University of Pennsylvania - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1923
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CLASS RE ORD
O BOARD O
EDITOR IH CHIEFH WALTER E.CARTER
MANAGING EDITORH WILLIAVI N.O'REILLY
BUSINESS MANAGER -- PAUL BOWNIAN ROOT
ADVERTISING FIANAGER- VERNON STOUEEER
CIRCULATION MANAGER-' LEON N.EPSTEIN
ART EDITORH ROY E. LARSON
PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITOR' ' HENRY R BORIE
EDITORS" JONN W. PRICE
R H. SCNLOSBERG R.A. SMITH
ASSOCIATE EDITORS" WALTER C.f'IILLER
T. B. l'i.RINGE JAIYIES ILTITLOW
H. EREW WAIDNER WILLIAVI J. A.WATT
ART ASSOCIATES" HARRY B. DORREL
GEORGE E FREDERICK AARON HSPENCER
BUSINESS ASSOCIATES " RICHARD BEUCIILER
SEYMOUR COHEN JACOB H. EROELICH
ALLAN B.GOULD H. BYRON GERVIN
ITH the publication of this book, a record of hard, loyal work for a
great and well-loved College, the Class of 19223 drops the role of an
undergraduate body, and, passing through the gates of graduation, takes
its place as the youngest of the Alumni, loyal as of old to the support
of Pennsylvania and to all things for which it stands.
Twenty-three was born amid the unrest and excitement that filled the country
during the troubled years after the war. The spirit of conflict gave to it its
fighting spiritg and the days of its life were red-letter days, all of them, because
of its enthusiasm for all that tended to the welfare of the lfniversity.
Deeds of glorious achievement have filled the short time between the fall
of 1919 and the spring of 1923, deeds that have lifted high the name of Alma
Dlater because of the undaunted spirit of the class and its individual members.
And this last brief year has topped them all in bringing forth to its fullest expres-
sion once more the Pennsylvania Spirit.
Such a record the Class leaves behind it-a glowing, a wonderful inspiration
for each member as he looks into the future years: a feeling of deep reverence
and thanks for the College that has made him, and made him happy: a love for
the old traditions signified by the colors Red and Blue that will grow brighter
with the years and touch with a glow of reverence and deep affection the name
of the University of Ben Franklin.
NATHAN A. ABRAMSON 'IP E II JOHN EELDEN ADAMS 6 X
HN tn fe ackv
Waterburg, Conn. Wharton Glens Falls, N. Y. Wharton
Glens Falls High School.
ROLAND TAYLOR ADDIS A T A
Philadelphia, Pa. AI'Cl1liBCtlll'C ERNESVIW S'rEIJI1EN AALLSOPP A T A
Protestant Episcopal Academy. Golf Team C21 C33
C453 Junior 'Varsity Soccer Team Mb: Manager
Freshman Soccer C359 President of T'ennsylvn.niu
I. A. F. L.: Sophomore Ball Committee: Jubilee
-ll Leslie St., Newark, N. J. Wharton
Newark Aeadeniy. Wrestling CBJ. Transferred from
Cornell in 1920.
I-IERMAN AI.TSlIi'LER K N ALFRED WILLIAM ALVINO 9 A X
SSS lilligon St.. Paterson. X. J. Wharton 187 Winyaii Ave., New Rocliclle, N. Y.
Paterson High Sr-lmnl.
RICHARD ANTHONY AMEISEN
437' Park Ave., Collingswood, N. J.
Collingswood High School. Pricstley Club.
l'Iumilton Institute. Bus:-lmll C153 Pipe Committee
C235 President Hamilton Institute Club.
BAYARD STOCKTON AMELIA A T
Trenton, N. J. Wharton
George School. Phi Kappa Beta. Junior Societyg
Sphinx Senior Society: Football Team C153 Basket-
ball Team C115 Soccer Team C23 C3J, Captain C495
All-Intercollegiate Halfback C-LJ. Cliairniani Fresh-
man Smoker: Vigilance Committee.
ERICH OTTO ANGERMANN JOHN J. APONICK Z' A E
2509 Harlan St.g Philadelpliizu, Pa. 212 E. Green St., Nanticoke, Pa..
Central High School. Q Nanticoke High School. Luzerne County Club.
WALKER ARMINGTON, SD 9 X ARNE PAUL ARXESEN
'25 lvoodland St., WVorcester, Mass.
South High School. Worcester Polytechnic Insti-
tute. Fencing Squad C415 Junior Picture Commit-
tee: Musical Clubs fGlee Cluhj f4Jg Mask and Wig
Preliminary Show CZJ.
2930 N. 2-ith St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast. High School. Northeast Clubg Whitney
Engineering Society: "Men about Towne" Club
i4ggcEg1giueers' Show 123 C33 C-LJ: University Band
K2 3 Kill.
JOHN LEROY ARNOLD ERNEST ARON
Lebanon, Pa. College 175 lflnstcrn Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
West 'Clwstnr Stair: Nnruinl Sc-lmol. Pliilmmitlu-ini Nvlli1l'lOll
Society: Naturnlisls' Field Club' Dnr Duns:-he
xi-owing Eddmtionnl Club. ' ' Manual Training High School.
CHARLES JOHN ARTHUR
4-04 YV. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Brown Preparatory School.
"Men about Towne" Club C21 139, Secretary My
CHESTER ALEXANDER ASHER, Ja.
"Chas" "Bailling Alexander"
5520 Wfayne Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Scabbard and Blade.
Picture Committee CSU: President Cadet Officers'
Club 1453 Captain Penn Chapter of Scabbard and
Blade K-Q5 President R. O. T. C. Rifle Club C455
Zelosophic Societyg Cadet Officers Club: Cast Zelo
Plgmy 0155 Cadet Captain R. O. T. C. IBD, Adjutant
c .TTT -If ,'
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HARRY G. BANZHOFF K A fb
1101 4th Ave., Altoona, Pa. Wlliarlon
Mercersburg Academy. Instrumental Club f2D l3J
C'est la Guerre Club.
CHARLES LAURENCE BARBOUR
"Larry" X A A
244 W. School Lane, Germantown, Phila-
delphia, Pa. Wharton
Gernautown High School. Pennsylvania Military
Collc ge. Scabbard and Blade.
ROBERT A. BARBER
1750 Union St., Allentown, Pa. VVharton
Chairman Executive Committee 1355 Vice-President
C est la Gucrre Club.
.losism ouvisn .BARNES K EI
1538 S. 58th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Night Editor
"The Pennsylvanianu Ill, Associate Editor f2J,
Editor 135. News Editor HJ. Class Executive Com-
mittee, Chairman flip Dartmouth Trib Committee
CD: Toastmaster Freshman Banquet C135 Suh-
Chairman Freshman Snicket Committee Ill: Sub-
Chuirnmn Sophomore Asiatic Night 125: Sub-
Chairnmn Sophomore-Freshman Love-Feast KU
121: Sub-Chairnmn Junior Prom Committee 137:
Freshman Cotlperutive Committee QU.
IRWIN BARON Z B T
1 W. 94-th Sl.. New York C'ily Wlmrlon
Mmxunl tliftllllillll Hiizh S4-hool. Ifreshnmn Soccer
Tenm: 'X :irsity Sm-r-or Ti-nm C31 C-llg Class Snow-1-r
Team C23 CIN C421 Sm'niurl.um'l1von 'I'iv:kr:l Com-
inittr-ng 'Varsity Club: Anvil Club.
IYILLIAMS ABR.-X115 li.-XRRON Z B T
180 High St., Porllzincl. Maine Wharton
Hebron Academy. Freslunxlii Football Team:
Junior 'Varsity Football Tenm C21 C333 Dues
Committee C13 C233 Cooperative Committee C135
Smoker Conunittoe C13 C233 Teller Sophomore Elec-
tions: Asiatic Night Committee: Campus Jubilee
Committee C13 4,21 C313 Sophomore Prom Com-
mittee: Fights Committee: Love-Feast Committee
C2Jg Sub-Chairman Junior Week Committee: Junior
Luncheon Committee: Maine Club CU C2j,
Secretary-Treasurer C2i: Junior Representative
XVharton Honor Court C3J.
MILLER FRANCIS BARRICK A E fb
1526 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High Sehool. Freshman Truck Tenmg
'Varsity Trunk Tr-mn: Freshman Steering Commit-
telcgl Freshman Cooperative Committee: Sophomore
Vimlrirwc Committee: Asiatic Night Committecg
Junior Ifrom Committee: Junior Banquet Commit-
toe: Junior Dues Committee. Class Presenter.
CHARLES VICTOR BARRY K A
3537 Locust Sl., Philadelphia, Pa..
Elyria High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg
'Varsity Club C433 Freshman Track Squad: Junior
'Varsity Basketball Team CZJQ Assistant Manager
of Crew CBD, Manager C-lj: Rowing Committee C35
CAD, Secretary C335 Undergraduate Council CLD:
Mcrzlmcher Club C25 C33
WILLIAM BATER, 211
2228 W. Diamond St., Philadelphia, Pa.
ERNEST D. BAXTER B G YI
'71 Oxford Ave., Cambridge. Mass.
YN orcester Academy. Glce Cluh.
ROLAND STANERT BAUDER
517 Garheld Ave., Palmyra, N. J.
- School of Education
Pelmyra High School. Phi Delta Kappa C35 C415
Civil Engineering Society KU f2l: Educational
Club f3J I-11.
FRANK COX DIE BAXTER dr' B K
4904 Chestnut St., Philarlelphia, Pa.
Brown Pr:-pnrutory School. Alumni Membership
Committee fill Sophomore Composition Prize:
Philomathcan Societyg Philomathean Cust, Pro-
duction Manager: University Dramatic Club Cast
621 C311 Nuturalists' Field Club, President C335
Clusics Club: R. O. T. C. 2d Lieutenant C335 lst
Ineutcnunt 0173 Assistant in Zodlogy Q21 i315 Axis-
umt Instructor HJ: Student Editor "Alumni
Ji.7Lii'S C. HAYLINSUN fl' PI Ii. fl' ll K
655 YV. 160th Sl.. New York Cily.
MUFHS Hill! School. So mhomore Scholastic Honors:
Nriturulists' Field Club: Swimming Sqmul Ill
Crew 121 133 f-D.
EARL LEROY BAZHKIORIC A E fb
West Palm Beach, Fla. College
Palm Bench County High School. Freshman YVel-
come Committee 635: Junior Prom Committee C333
Chairman Silver Bay Committee f3Jg Chairman
Senior Election Tcllers LAD: Christian Association
C473 Bible Study Committee C23 C-ij 3 Sherwood Eddy
Meetings Committee KBJ: Gilkey Meetings Com-
mittee MJ: Christ-ian Association Financial Cam-
paign I-Og Arts Association f2J C32 MJ: University
Dramatic Club 1213 Zelo Society 123, Louder ISD:
University Camp Counselor.
GRIER RATCLIFF BAYNUM A T A
303 S. Walnut St., Milford, Del.
Milford High School. Secretary C'cst la Guerre
LEIGHTON RODNEY BEALE H K A
21-1 Redman Ave., Haddonfield, N. J.
Haddonfield High School.
DAVID FLEMING BEARD XII T
5043 Pulaski Ave., Germantown, Phila-
delphia, Pa. Mechanical Engineering
Germantown Academy, Freshman Soccer Team
C135 Third 'Varsity Soccer Team C235 Junior 'Varsity
Team C33 'Varsity Soccer Team C431 Class Soccer
Team C13 C23 C333 Junior 'Varsity Basketball Team
C433 All Inter-Collegiate Soccer Forward C-135 Mask
and Wig Club C33 C431 'Varsity Clubg Merzhacher
Club C23 C335 Dani-ing Chorus "Toll Talcs"g Hexa-
GEORG E HENRY BEA YDRY
132 W. Q0th St., Erie, Pa. lVharlon
Central High School. Sr-rub Football Team C33:
Junior 'Varsity Football Team C433 Third 'Varsity
Crew C333 Night Editor "The Pcnnsylvaniann C33,
Associate Editor C33, Editor C433 Associate Editor
"Junior Annals"gExecutive Committee C433 Dues
Committee -C13 C233 Freshman-Sophomore Love-
Feast C13 C233 Banquet Cormnittee C13 123: All-
University Dane-e Committee C-13: Chairman Fresh-
man Pipe Committee: Class Elec-tion Teller C33
Franklin Society C33 C435 Eric County Club C23 C3
C43, President C33.
ROBERT BEATTY A 2 411
2308 E. York St., Philarlelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Northeast High Sehool Club.
JOHN BYRON BECHTEL Acacm
3016 lil. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. Pa.
Central High School. Senior Class Luncheon
LL0Yl?Bll3lylll'lll'l'S lll'X.'ll'l'lfl. K TI Gl"5'l'AY Flll'lDl'lll.lCK BECKER T B 11
. , 'l . . ' "Gus"
lilo Pano ht.. l'lnlnclvlplnu. Pu. lllmrlon 4-7Q1 Onklanrl Sl., llrankforcl, l'l1ilz1clelpl1iz1,
FVQ4-sf gllllznmls-lfzlxiixlIigh Svluhml, 1-'wsllnllrxn Swim- Pu. Cll6lTllSlI'y
mm! vnu: 1 : :rsll ' S - ' '2 I . . ,, . . I w ,
Nl: flzun- C-'I7IlllIllIl1':' H3355 I.lllllllllllnl-llllrl'rnlnllllltml tial. DHij:fil'llII3-x?I,E.l:,RIIllrnnkford
CHARLES P. Bl'll'Kl'lTT IIILTON J. BEERE T E fli
Newfleld. N. J. Wharton Anderson St., Mt. Jewett, Pa. Wharton
Clayton High School. Mt. Jcwett High School.
LELAND W. BEHR ARTHUR BEREN
147 Division St., Amsterclam, N. Y. 3745 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Amsterdam High School.
JOSEPH HENRY BIBEN
"Joan 4 . - 4 w .- N ,
5621 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. Wharton LLOAEERQEPRT BILMLL ACAUA
C tlH'hS.h l. Altl'h'lClb:'V 'tj r v - '- '.
C?1IiibxiaFreimaii Kgiootbalcl 'lllitrsilly Foliltlylull 401 A' W' alnut bt" L mon Clty ' Ind'
C25 CBJQ Lacrosse Team f2J 432g Dramatic Club KQ2 - lvllilrtoll
133 f4Jp President Menorah Society 643. Union City High School. Indiana Club.
ROBERT RVSSELI. BLACK dv 22 K
S0 Park Ave., W., Mansfield. Ulnio
Unihvcmitf Svhool of Clow.-lnml. Mzumgvr Gym-
nasium Tcxun I-lb.
E. DAVID BLECHMAN fb E A
122 32d St., Newport News, Va. College
Newport News High School.
THEODORE A. BLAKE fb K N11
Wlhitney Point, N. Y. Wharton
Binghamton Central High. Teller Senior Election
gil: Mak-nl Clubs 123: Manager Freshman Soccer
Pllfll 1 .
JULIEN EDWIN BODLE
E KID Z, Z E, T B H
Q42 Winona. Ave., Germantown, Philadelphia,
Germantown High School. Wrestling Squad H22 C35
415 Priestley Chemical Society.
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JOHN CLAYTON BOGAN, JR. NI' T
618 Upsal St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown Acacleiny. Sphinx Senior Society5
Cricket Team C155 "Red and Blue" Board C15 C25
C35 C453 Sophomore Prom Commit,tce5 Sub-Chain
man Junior Prom Comniittecg Ivy Ball Committee:
Chairman Intcrfmternity Ball Committee C455
Merzbacher Club C25, Vice-President C355 Assist-
:zmbt Manager Track Team C35, Associate Manager
E K N, T B Il, A K E
1729 Ravenna Blvd., Seattle, Wash.
Staunton Military Acmleniy. Rocky Mountain
HENRY PETER BORIE Z ill
Ryclal, Pa. College
St. Paul's School. Chestnut Hill Academy. Fresh-
man Crew C155 'Varsity Crew C355 Class Crew C15
C25 C35 C455 Photographic Editor 1923 Class Record
C455 Patroness Committee: Junior Prom Commit-
tcc C355 St. Paul's School Club C15 C25 C355 Chestnut
Hill Academy Club C15 C25 C35 C455 Franklin Society
C455 'Varsity Club.
FRANCIS R. BOYYLER
4 Sampson St., Spencer, Mass.
David Prouty High School. Football Squad C25
C355 Junior 'Varsity Football Team C-155 Wharton
School Relay Team C251 Sophomore Prom Com-
mittee C251 Smoker Committee C355 Junior Prom
Committee C355 Senior Dues Committee C452 Ivy
Brill Committce C-15: Newnmn Club L15 C25 C35.
JOHN .XLllI'X l3OlVNIAN ARTHUR RODGERS BOYD
Jaclcshoro. 'la-uri. 2475"
Wllflflflfl 107 YV. Vilasllington Lane, Germantown, Pa.
Jn:-ksborn' High Svlmul. Carson :mel Newman Civil Engineering
College' Germantown High School. Student Chapter,
American Society of Civil Engineers.
PAUL MAXWELL BOYER HARRY MARTIN BRADIGAN, JR.
116 Llanfair Road, Arilnxorc, Pa. 932 W- Oak 5L-, She11af1d0'3h- Pa-
Wharton ' Wharton
Lower Nieriou High School. Shenandoah High School'
JAMES FRANCIS BRADLEY ROBERT VINCENT BRANION X A A
1313 N. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 61 Kinderhook Sh, Chatham, N. Y.
West Philadelphia. High School. Architectural Chatham High School.
Societyg Vice-President Architectural Class 141.
FRANK P. BRAVERMAN
4171 N. Fairhill St., Philadelphia, Pa. YVILLARD HENRY BRLEDE
Wharton 3731 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Wilmington High School. 1Vl1ill'l0U
HAROLD ELIAS IZRIGIIT E II MEYER ROBERT BRODY
524- Dolilglass St... Reading, Pu. G25 Jl'eH'erson St., Pliilmlelpllia, Pa.
Rmidiug High Svlmol. Freshmzin-Soplinnmrc C4-nlrail High Svliool.
Loye-FcasL Committf-c fill: Chribtiam Aruwviamtimi
Drive Committvo Kill: Bvrks County Club 113 125
fill HD. Svcrvlury fill: Cllupl.-l Urxgunist Ml.
ERNEST NEILSON BROWN JOSEPH ELLSWORTH BROWN
"Bf0w7-lfgn "Joe" T B H, H E, 2 E
50 W. Stratford Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. 6302 Morton St., Phi1adelphia,Pa-I I D
Chemical Engineering Mechanical Eugmeermg
' ' .' l l. 'V ' F ' T N th tHi hS h ol. S or,Seni rEngineers'
lE1'3n?1i5'Z'Y'fE42iil- Fzilllom f2'?'?5Syf4nf3"c"'g Tgiv if N051-he3S?C1ubl'0uS O
MATTHEW STANLEY BROWN
Cedarville, N. J.
Bridgeton High School. 1
MURRAY WILLIAM BROWNSTEIN
620 George St., New Haven, Conn.
New Haven High School. Penn-Cornell Concert
Committee IBD: Nutmeg Club.
WVILLIAM ISAAC BROWN T B II
Vilashington Ave., Berlin, N. J.
Haddonfield High School. Civil Engineering
Socief-y i2l 13, fill.
LOUIS A. BRUNNER, Jn. A Z7 111
4-7 Belmont St., Carbondale, Par.
New York Military Academy. "Punch Bowl"
C25 Q33 HB: Lutheran Vice-President Christian
Axociationg Sophomore Prom Comniitteel f2D:
Freshman-Sophomore Love-rFeast. C213 Chairman
Song-Fest Committee QQJ: University Symphony
Orchestra C31 K-D: Leader of Band HJ.
WILLIAM PI-IILLII' BRYANT ZZ A E DAVID VINCENT BUCK
Q11 Shasta Ave., Roseville, Calif. 208 S. 36th St., Pliiladelphia. Pu.
, Architecture Wharton
Spark I-Iigli' School, Spark N-ev. -University of
Nevada. I.'nn'ers1ty of f'llllI'Ol"lll1l. Columbus
FREDERICK SILAS BUCK 9 A X I
-fF,i,,-V HENRY HOMER BUCKELMUELLER
, 2 J ,- if f 'feuclw A T
32 E. Pearl bt., Ylellsulle, N. X. vvharton 18 Holland Pl., Buffalo, N. Y- V
Wellsville High School. Green Lame Camp Com- ' Wharton
mittee- f2j, Lafayette High School.
WELLS SACKETT BUCKINGI-IAM -
"Bzzck'? . E A E
Apt. 210, "The P01'tl1CI',H Washington, D. C.
Western High School, Wkishington, D. C. Crew
C25 C35 C453 Winning Crew, Fall Regatta C453
Capital City Club C15 C25 C35, Secretary C45.
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM BUEI-IL
5360 N. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Football Squad C25 C353
Baseball Squad C15 C25 C35 C455 Northeast Club
C15 C25 C35, Vir'c-President C453 Priestley Club C15
C25 C35 C455 Engineering Assoc-iation C15 C25 C35 C45.
RICHARD KLEIN BUECHLER n A fb
754 Clinton Ave., Bridgeport, Conn.
Bridgeport High School. Milford Preparatory
School. 'Varsity Tennis Team C25 C35 C451 Fresh-
man Tennis Team C153 H1923 Class Record" C455
Jubilee Committee C253 Cremation Committee C251
Class Dues Committee C25 C35: Class Executive
Committee C35: Junior Prom Committee C355
Chairman Entertainments Junior 'Luncheon Com-
mittee C353 Vkfliarton Assoc-iation Dues Committee
C-l5g Nutmeg Club.
PHILIP L. BIIRGETT A S 42
Montezuina High School. Grinnell College.
Assistant Manager Gun Team C35: Iowa Club C25
C35 C-L53 Baud C25 C35 C453 Orchestra C-15.
NORMAN GLENN BURLAGE BENJAMIN ll. BUSCH, JR.
Fredoma., Y. "lim"
Wlmrton '2022 .xl'l'll Sl., Plmilmlclphin, Pa.
grefloqla High Sclxucgl. Sophaumrc Puxlisllriulmt Arts
inmnnttea 1235 Sopmmore. 'rexqntion Ecction gl. J 5. yn p .: l . Sm L S I C Y
'loner lm: 'lumor Bm"lu"" C"'nm'm00 lm' Wilxlnllrggprlfq Furllp lzlltlo J11x1iE:l'mlElectll2llL
Connnittr-1' C333 Junior Pic-turc Committev 1133:
Arts Aeuuf-intiuxx fly CD 131, Excuutivo Commxttvr:
HB: Newman Club HJ fill CD I-ll: Scope and Plan
HOWARD BUTCHER III ELLIOT CADES
3337 xvilllllllfl St., Philadelphia, Pa. QQSO N. 29th St., Philaclelpllia, Pa.
CHARLES EDWARD CANE 9 'E
Couclersport High School. Secretary Wharton
Association C43g Ivy Ball Committee C435 Mask
and Wig Club C33 C433 Cast, Preliminary Show,
"Persian Nights" C235 Cast, "Somebody's Lion"
C233 Cast, "Tell Tales" C333 Cast "Here's Howe" C43.
WALTER EVERETT CARTER B 0 H
Taylor St., Chevy Chase, Md.
Emerson Institute. Friars Senior Sorietyg Editor-
in-Chief H1923 Class Record" C433 Capital City
Club C13 C23 C33 C435 Board of Managers, Franklin
HYMAN S. CAPLAN
842 'Walnut St., Lebanon, Pa.
Lebanon High School.
ROBERT SCOTT CARY E X
203 Albemarle Ave., S. W.. Roanoke, Ya.
Roanoke High School.
DAVID F.-Kll.Ql7l'IAll C,'.NYl'1llS
"Dara" B I' 22, A T
:EQ Clarqmonl. Ave., lillll-Zllll. X. Y.
Hutrliinson-Central High Si-hunl, BulTulu, X. Y.
Sphinx Senior Society: Phi Kappa Beta .lunior
Soviety: Funk-inf.: 'Fcum 6123 xiii: l'rL-slnmin Fl-:wing
Tuum 117: "The Pi-nnsylv:mi:in" 1,21 CBJ. liflimr-
in-Chief K-U2 "lied nnml Blue," Bmircl of Editors
U23 133 HJ: l'lilitor-in-Cliis-f "Junior Annals"
133: Scalp uncl Bluclc: Franklin Soviulyp 3Iun'ibr'r
limlvrgrnclimie Cvuncil: llcniber Atlrlelifr Counf-il:
Axistant Mnrlzigvr uf Iniuruxwv Tvmn 133: l':il0dir--
toriun, General Chaiirnmn lim-rmllvgiuu: C'mnl'er-
KI WON G CHAN
WILLIAM EDWARD CHAMBERS
"Bill" uL1'7IliL'u 9 E
1-I-U1 X. Hilh St., Pliilzulelpliia, Pa.
Cuniml lligh School. Freshman Crew HJ: 'Varsity
Croix- 121 C39 L-il: Class Crf-ws Q27 Q33 MJ: 'Varsity
Banggeng R Co., Swntow, China SH,AN CHAN CHANG
Diocesan Boys' School. Hong Kong University
Chinese Students' Club. Chinese Students' Club
Suan Kulnrb School, Bangkok, Siam. Phillips
JOHN HOMER CHASE B 9 II
1735 P St., Washington, D. C.
Friairs Senior Society: Freshman Crew QU: 'Varsity
Crew C22 139 C-13: Manager Boxing Team 1435
Board of Editors, "Red and Blue"g 'Varsity Clubg
Capital City Club.
WILLIAM CHARLTON B 9 H
427 Kathmere Rd., Brookline, Delaware
WVest Philadelphia High School. Freshman Foot-
ball Team: Editor, "The Pennsylvanianng Franklin
Society: Executive Committee C175 Banquet Com-
mittee CIJ: Sophomore Vigilance Committee 1235
Sophomore Prom Committee C233 Sub-Chairman,
Junior Week Committee 135: Dues Committee
KU 133: Senior Class Luncheon Committee I-ij:
YVest Philadelphia High School Club C13 C23 f3J 141.
KARL PORTMAN CHESNEY CI' A 9
New York City, N. Y.
Kansas City Vfcstport High School. University
ol' Missouri. Freshman Crew: Championship
150-lb. Crew C31 f-Hg 'Varsity Club.
F ELTON CHOW
lll Queen's Road. E.. Hong Kong, China
Canton Government Scholar, University of llong
Kong: Holder of Nanyang Corporation Scholarship
to .-Xnioriva: Chinese Students' Club CJD, Sec-
NORBORNE R. CLARKE, Jn.
"Newly" fb I' A. A M H SZ, fl? B K
451 Government St., Mobile, Ala.
University L-iilitary School, Mobile, Ala. Boxing
Team C233 William Pepper Medical Society.
HENRY NEITZ CHUBB fb IJ K
' ' Ilmfrzje' '
Alwinizton High School.
WILLIAN2 REYNOLDS CLARK A T
"Bi I" ,
5032-Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Friars Senior
Society: Freshman Foot-ball Team C193 Rifle Team
CBD: Gun Team C355 Chairman Banquet Ticket
Comniittee C372 Chairman Assembly 'Committee
C4l:Vocational Guidance Committee C35 C415 Glee
Club CM: Undergraduate Musk and Wig Club C25
C35 C455 West Philadelphia High School Club CU
C25 C31 C455 Cheer Leader C321 Head Cheer Leader
CKLJ: Mask and VVig, Cast, "Don Quixote, ESQ."
CU: Cust, "Somebody's Lion" C235 Cast, "Tell
Tales" C313 Cast, "Here's Howe" C453 Manager
Gun Team C33 C4l: Secretary Minor Sports Coni-
llllttee g l
C , Yi l ll
JAMES STEPHEN CLIFFORD, Jn.
"Jim" H K A
5710 Thomas Ave., Philadelphia, Pa..
La Salle Preparatory School. Assistant. Basketball
Manager 435: Associate Manager C455 Sophomore
Cremations Committee5 Clizxirxnan Junior Prom
Committee C355 La Salle Club.
LLOYD LEE COCHRAN A 22 fb
135 Cottage St.. Lockport, N. Y.
Lockport High School. Phi Kappa Bctu Junior
Society5 Class Dues Committee C15 C255 Wharton
Association Dues Committee C255 Social Service
Committee C25 C35 C45, Chairman C455 Class Execu-
tive Committee C25 C35 C-15. Chairman C35 C-155
All-University Picture Committee C255 Columbia
Trip Committee C255 Sub-Chairman Sophomore
Prom Committee t255 Basketball Dinner Com-
mittee C255 Class Fight Committee C255 University
Camp Committee C255 Jubilee Committee C255
Students' Relations Committee C355 Chairman,
Junior Week Committee C355 Glee Club C15 C25
C35 C455 Mask and Wig Show C155 Undergraduate
Musical Clubs C35 C455 Leader, Glee Club C455
Interfraternity 'Couneil5 Sophomore Cremutions
Orator C255 Class Cheer Leader C15 C25 C355 'Varsity
Cheer Leader C35 C455 Member Undergraduate
Council C45, Treasurer C-15.
WILLIAM LLOYD CLUSH
337 hfarket St., Sunbury, Pa.
Sunbury High School. C'est la Guerra Club.
THEODORE L. COHEX
130 Elmer Ave., Sclienectutly, N. Y.
Fonda High School. C'est la Guerre Club.
ELMER HOPKINS C'Ol,.l'I 1:1 X
StQ'xgfant Apts.. Hlnnvoml Ave., Bullzilo,
Bliffnlo l.ninyr'lto l-ligh Svlionl, lic-iissvlncr Poly-
torrhnur Instituto: l..:n:ros:4c Squad C21 C35 Colurnhin
Trip Committcv 425: Junior Prom C'oininiItr.-1: C333
.lunior Luncheon Coniniittvr: C313 Whnrton Amocin-
tion Duqs Coniuiiltvc Cflig Mnior Duns C'ommiltr-0
C451 Jubilqo Conunitlvc CID: Su-nip :inrl l-linda CU
C27 C3l,.vll'K'-i,l'CSlLlCllL MJ: Glvo Chili C-Hg Nlnsk
and Xvlg Show, "lIerv's Howto" I-LJ: Assistant
Song Imxnlr-r IM.
NELSON HALEY COLLINS
19 Lincoln Ave., Rutherford, N. J.
Rutherford High School. Vifatcr-Polo C21 C35 C415
Captain Freshman 1Vater-Polo CU: Bronze Medal
winner in Dr, Thomas A. Biddle SSO-yd. Swimming
Championship C335 Dartmouth Trip Committee C3J.
Gl'iH.XLlJ Cl.'LLlCN COLEMAN E X
1317 Coil Ave., E. C.'lc-velaml, Ohio
Shun" llinh Sc-huol. Sphinx Sonior Society: .lnnior
'ilnrsity Foothnll 'FOHIII C22 C32 C-LJ: Ivy Bull Coin-
niittvc MJ: Sub-Clinirinun .lunior Vifcek Connnittve
C315 Suh-Chnirninn Sophomore. Prom Connmttoc
127: l"rosldr'nt Inter-Fraternity Conn:-il CD1
SuI,m-Chuirnmn Christian Association Fmmirrinl
Drivn-3 Senior Advisory Board, Student Relations
C'0IllIlliliL'l'f Sophmnorc Pants Fight Coinniitii-me:
Sm-izil Sm-rvif-c C'orninittvc--, Christian Assorrmtlon.
JAMES DRAKE CODIPTON
"Jim" 111 K ill, B I' E
201 Central Ave., Dayton, Ohio
Steele High School. Phi Kappa Beta. Junior
Socictyg Sphinx Senior Societyg Financial Director
of May Day Jubilee C233 Student Relations Com-
mittee C23 C335 Musk and Wig Club C3j C435 Football
Committee of Council on Athletics C33 C455
Assistant Manager of Football C353 Manager of
Football C-ll: Mask and Vilig Show C35 C-45.
CHARLES DANIEL CONNELL
317 Stuyvesant 1Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
JOSEPH EDWARD CONNELLY A X A
Q26 Perry St., Trenton, N. J.
Wharton 4 Wharton
New York Prep- Glee Club up C27 645: Mask and Trenton High School. Trenton Club.
Wig Show C21 C33 C413 Mask and Wig Undergraduate
Club f3j C4j.
JOSEPH A. CONWAY ROBERT EMBIETT COOK E A E
"Joe the C. P. A." "Doc"
2503 Carpenter SL., Philadelphia, Pa. Apt. 30, The Robinson Apts., Chattanooga,
South Philadelphia High Schoolg Secretary C'cst , W'llf2U't0l-1
la Guerra Club 123' Cen Lrnl High School.
E. LOUIS COOPER A I' Rl
155 W. Girard Ave.. Pliilaulc-lpl1i:i, Pu.
Cl-nlrul High School. Clwss 'l'o:im Lil Clip r-U.
WINDSOR FRANKLIX COUSINS
"Doc" "Cons" "ll'1'ndy" 11113 K
226 Oneida Ave., Warren, Pa.
Warren High School. Chairman Arts .lollificiition
Coniniittoe l3Jq Treasurer Arts Association QU:
Eclucutional Coniniittce. C.A., H35 Q-D5 Luoheran
Executive Coniinittcc Q33 C-DQ Secretory W arren
County Club CD 1253 Philomathean Society Q35 HJ.
HUBERT ANTHONY CORISE
3120 N. Park Ave., Pliilarlelpliia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Crew L-U: Physics Club
ill 1233 Northeast Club KID Q21 GU C473 Arts Associa-
mm up 423 my my.
GEORGE JONATHAN COVALT
5121 Regent St., Philadelphia, Pa.
San Diego High School. University of Southern
California. Secretary Zelosophic Society 643.
GEORGE ERNEST COWDEN ROBERT SMITH COWPERTHWAITE
"Cowdie" "Boll" "Cop" fb B K, II M E
North VVarren, Pa. 127 Atlantic Ave., Haddonfield, N. J.
Warren High School. Freshman Rifle Team: Friends' Select School. Freshman Soccer Teamg
Presbyterian Committee C313 Vicc'rPres1dent War- Junior 'Varsity Soccer Team i215 'Varsity Soccer
ren County Club 621. Team C433 Class Soccer Team QD C25 135 HU:
'Varsity Club C-Hg Philomatheau Society 137:
Arts Association C15 C25 Q35 f4l.
JAY ANDERSON COX ACACIA
530 W. Spring St., Lima, Ohio
Lima High School. Junior Prom Publicity Com- G' T' CR055 ,
mitteeg NVhart.ori Association Dues Committee. n'h2lI't0l1
RICHARD HOWELL Clfl3Bl'lliLl'IY HENRY POOLE CULLEN E A E
uDl.f'Ix'u "Pie" "l?1'r'l1" "Cub" "lIanlc"
662-L Gormnntown Ave., l'hiluclelpl1iu, Pa. 1-l-I-L Bert Ave., Trenton, N. J.
A x 2. X A A College
Cllemiffnl Ellgilwcring Trenton High School. Froshnmn Baseball Team.
Qt-rumuntowp lliuh School. Alvmbit' Sucivtyg 'Vur- '
Sify l'V'0Slll1U-Z TPIUII Q33 C-U: lilvctriculCummittvc
Pfl0Sfl0Iv' Club .Show C335 Privstlcy Club: Engi-
DAVID JAY CULVER HUGH V. CUNNINGHANI U A X A
1135 Allison St., N. W., Whshinglon, D. C. 227 ,Main St., Johnstown, Pa.
Washington Central High School. "Heel and Blue" .l0l'lHStQXVD High SGIIOOI-A ODQH HCHFUI Club?
Bonn-1, Executlve Commxttce C23 CSD.
ROBERT OVERTON CUPPY A X A SAMUEL IVLERRITT CURRAN E fb E
"Bob" HR. O." "Shrimp" "De-merit"
521 Kossuth St., Lafayette, Ind. 301 Grove St., Haddonfield, N. J.
Jefferson High School. Transferred from University Haddonfield High School. Senior Dues Committee:
of Illinois 137. Gym Leader Clj CZJ C39 145.
THOINIAS EPWYN CUSHING DANIEL SUTHERLAND DAVIDSON
"Gush" "Tom" 4-Sud" A X A
233 Bal-:er Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 108 Saratoga Ax-eq Cohoes, N. Y,
1 E E--T B H' .H E lVharton
Mkchamcal Engmeermg Egberts High School. Junior lveek Committee:
Boxing Squad. University Band KU 121 C33 Cell-
XVILLIAM EDWIN DAVIES K E
lYest Clinton SL., Frankfort. Incl.
Frankfort High School. "Tho Pnnrxraylvrmimf'
Bmlrcl C29 Gil Nl: liusinox-x Munugnr "Frc-sliniun
Handbook" C333 Christian Association Campaign
Committee 111 l2J C319 Claw Dues Committee IIJ
Q-ll :Jubilee Colniriittvc C23 1 Junior Prom Comnxittoeg
Ivy Bull Cllllllllll-lL?0I Frcslinmn Pipe Committee:
l.m'c-Faust. Conuniitr-c' 1'2l:llnnsic-r Club Ill C25 1-lj.
ELMER DEAN. JR.. 9 A X
802 W. Water St., Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira Free Academy.
ABBOTT SABIPSON DAVIS B 6 H
24- Bramhall Sl.. Portland, Maine
Purtlunrl High Svlmol. Maine Club.
H. BARTON DEVINNY B 9 A
1869 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
St. Paul Central High School. University ol'
Minnesota. Undergraduate Mask and Wig Corn-
mittee C255 Musical Clubs C253 Mask and Wig
Shows: Preliminary Show, 19203 "Somebocly's
Lion"g "Tell Tales,"
EDWARD GLENN DICKSON BRIGHTON C. DIEFENDERFER
30-L5 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 1626 Chew St., Allentown, Pa.
Central High School. Scrub Football Team CID Allentown High School. Muhlenberg College.
125 f3Jg Crew C255 Wrestling Team f2J C31 C-LJ. Lehigh-Northampton County Club.
DONALD TYNES DILLON fl' K XII
"Dill" JULES NEVILLE DIRAC
1601 5th St., Portsmouth, Ohio '6Frog"
Wharton 34-L20 N. 20th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Portsmouth High School. Junior Banquet Com- Architecture
Ymtfee- West Philadelphia High School.
LEONARD C. DOBRANSKI
4221 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pu.
Germantown High School. Vice-President Sigma
Delta Sigma Club 137.
PAUL P. DOSBERG B E P
96 Vilatson St., Buffalo, N. Y.
BuEalo Technical High School. Freshman Smoker
Committee 1175 Sophomore Fight Committee 1275
Junior Banquet Committee 1375 President, Buffalo
Club 137 1-17.
JAMES NEELY DODSON, Jn. A 'I' A
540 Briar Pl., Chicago, llls.
Culver Military Academy. Wharton Dues Com-
mittee 1475 Secretary, Culver Club 1275 President,
Culver Club 1371 Musk and Wig Preliminary
CARL SMITH DOW A E fb, A E P
180 Hillsdale St., Hillsdale, Mich.
Glen Ellyn 1Ills.7 High School. Hillsdale High
School. Captain Junior 'Varsity Debating Team
1275 'Varsity Debating Team 127 137 147, Captain
1375 Episcopal Committee 1275 Vestry 137 1475
Bible Study Committee 127 1375 "Kids to the
Country" Campaign 127: Christian Association
Dues Committee 1375 Eddy Campaign Committee
1375 Senior Class Dues Committecg All-University
Dance Committee 1475 Social Service Committee
1-L55 Deputntions 127 137 147: Debate Council 137
14 , President 1475 Student Finance Committee 1375
Delegate to Springfield Debate Conference 1475
President Delta Sigma Rho 1-17: Jubilee Committee
1275 Gilkie Meetings Committee 1475 Chairman
Special Publicity5 Philomathean Society 127 137
1475 Recorder 1375 University Dramatic Club 1275
Cast. "Old Fortunatusu 137: Philo Plays 1475
University Discussion Group Leader 127 137 1475
Ivy Oratorg Manager Debate Team.
ROBERT NORTON DOWNS 3D A XII
5916 Greene St., Germantown, Pa. A
z ' Fine Arts
Germantown Friends School. Friars Senior
Sodietyg Freshman Crew: Soccer-,Squad C23 C33 C435
'Varsity Soccer C33 'C43: Assistant Manager Cricket
Team C33, Manager C43: Ivy Bull Committee:
Germantown Friends School Club C13 C23 C33,
President C431 Mask and Wig Club C23 C33 C435
Board of Governors C43: Dancing Chorus, Mask
and Wig Shows C23 C33 C43.
WILLIAM JOSEPH DOYLE fb A 'I'
28 Lexington Ave., Greenwich, Conn.
Greenxyieh High School. Junior Prom Ticket
Committee: Newman Clubg Nutmeg Club.
LEONARD J. DOYLE
4429 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
HARRY J. DRAGONETTI A 411 A
"Drag" "Sl1oriy" "Shrimp"
1615 S. Broad St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Cirvolo Italiano.
NATHAN A. DRETZIN fb E A IRWIN DUBIN A I' M
75 Fort Washington Ave., New York, N. Y. "Dugan" "C. P. A."
, Wharton 238 Catherine St.. Philadelphia-1, Pa.
DeWVilt Clinton High School. VVhi1l't0U
South Philadelphia High School. Class Basketball
Team: Truck Team: Swimming Team: Asiatic
Night Committee C233 Menorah Societyg Spanish
Club: Sophomore Vigilance Committee.
JOSEPH WILLIAM DUFTON Z X LLOYD FRANK ECKHARDT
"Joe" 306 E. 25th St., Portland, Ore.
West Market St., Clearfield, Pa. Wllarton
Wharton Washington High School. Oregon Agricultural
Clearfield High School. College ill-
. X .3 .1 , ly! , WN! Y, . ..
'l,,,'l ,'l,,,.z?',.l,u1 .. 'lull lwli ,ww ,r
CHARLES F. EFROYMSON WILLIAM M. ELBERFELD B 6 H
"CIz11ck" "Luke" "Eph" "C'hollcy" "Bill"
3627 N. Pennsylvania St.. Indianapolis, Ind. Columbus Ohio
Shortriclge High School. Butler College, Indiana-
polis. Hoosier Club.
EDGAR STITES ELDRIDGE, JR.
4-921 Royal St., Philadelphia, Pa. 2 E'
Northeast High School. Northeast Club CU C27
C33 GD: Pricstley Chemical Society CU 129 l3J HJ
Whitney Engineering Society QD C2J.
HOWARD EDWARD EMMONS A K E
1515 5th Ave., Huntington, W. Va.
Phillips Exeter Avnclcxny.
LEON NILES EPSTEIN K N CARL ll. ERTRESVAAG A K E
"LW" "15ppy" "Erly" "Swede" "Bug"
294 Grave Sl., Rocky Mount, N. C. Botlineau, N. Dak.
Edgemont High Sn-liool. Circulation Manager Shattuck School. Phi Kappa Beta Junior Society:
H1923 Claw llc-corcl": Cxilltii Duns Committee Q33 Sphinx Senior Societyg Football Team QD C27 C33
QU: Junior Prom Qonuniltce 133: lVhnrlon .-Xsu40eni-
tion Duc-s Comnnttec I-UQ Southern Club C13 C25
C-U: Frnnklin Society HD.
'Varsity Clubg Rocky Mountain Club.
EDWARD LOEB ESPEN
6601 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa. THOMAS ELLSWQRTH EVANS
Mechanical Engineering 225 S. 39th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Cheltenham High School.
141: Entertainment Committee Junior Weekg
242 Centre St., Trenton, N. J.
ating? Model School. Trenton High School. Trenton
ERNEST EDMUND FARRELL
Q11 Spring St., Trenton, N. J.
Ohio Northern University.
JACK MOE FALK
' "John" "Buck" "Cap"
Spink-Arms Hotel, Indianapolis, Incl.
Shortridge High School. Junior 'Varsity Basket-
ball Team C22 C315 Golf Team C29, Captain C353
Wharton Dues Committee CD: Publicity Com-
mittee Junior Week C333 Junior Luncheon Com-
mittee C3Jg Junior Prom Committee C353 Class
Dues Committee C113 Hoosier Club CD CZZJ.
ROBERT HOOLE FAYFIELD K A
507 YV. Delevan Ave., Buffalo, X. Y.
Lafayette High School. Wnshingtoim and Lee
University. Polo Team 125. Assistant Manager C35,
Manager C-D: Cricket Team C32 C-LJ: Track Squad
CU C21 C331 Swimming Squad CU C231 Track Team
C11 CZJ: Class Dues Committee CU C21 CBB: 'Wharton
Dues Committee: Jubilee NVeek Conimitteeg
Freshman Banquet Committee: Sophornore-Fresh-
man Luncheon Committee: Scalp and Blade C15
CZJ, Secretary C3J, Treasurer CH: Freshman
Instrumental Club: Mt-rzbncher Club: Representa-
tive Member of Indoor Polo Asocimion C-15.
FRANQLS HQQLL FEE LORRIN EMMETT FLJLDKAMP
i1""1'1k w I A -1-Q7 Preston St., Philadelpluia, Pa.
3383 Clmeslguut bt... Plulmglelplna, Pa. Wharton
La Salle I"rnpumtory Svhool. Exnrutive Committee-
Arts Asocintionz Lu Sullc Cluhg Newman Club.
JOSEPH GEORGE FELDMAN dv 2 A
"Joe" Y ZELL GERALD FENNER '
444 S. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa.. 23 E. lVasl'1ington St., Colfax, Iowa
V Wfharton Wl121I't0D
South Philarlelphin High School. Freshman Foot- Colfax High School. Grinnell College. University
ball'1"eamg Ticket. Committee 433. of Colorado. Iowa Club: Gym Loaders Club.-
fnlx 7 H ",'l'f.i. " Q '7
1 ,. , , .
1 1 3 :yi Ls lr! Y
HERMAN FERGER, Jn. A X P HARRY S. FIELD
Ferger Place, Chattanooga., Tenn. 3945 Pennsgrove St., Philadelphia., Pa..
McCallie Preparatory School. Fourth 'Varsity Vlfest. Philadelphia High School.
Crew C353 Third Varsity Crew C453 Sophomore-
Freshman Love-Feast C25: Junior Luncheon Com-
mittee C359 Junior Cane Committee: Green Lane
Drive C353 Assistant Manager of Wrestling Team
C353 Class Dues Committee C453 Wharton Dues
Committee C451 Southern Club C15 C25.
CEDRIC FERRE FINLEY B 6 H LORAN FISCHER A '1' S2
"Chick" "Fish" "Bud"
412 N. Washington St., Wheaton, Ills. 5th and Spruce Sts., Wamego, Kaus.
Lake Forest Academy. Wamego High School.
LIXDALE CA RSON FISIIEII
"Bild" u1'l1.NllN K A CSoulhern7
JOSEPH LEO FLEMIXG H K A
225 Fairview St., Pottsville, Pa.
Pottsville High School. Villa Nova College.
ROBERT Ll VIN GSTON FLATHER
"Bob" B 9 I1
2129 lst St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
Central High School, hV!1Sl'1i!'lE,fOl'l, D. C. Friars
Senior Society: Jubilee Committee CU C2J: Wharton
Dues Committee C173 Junior Prom Corriniittce C315
Wharton Smoker Committee C353 Class Dues
Committee C435 Ivy Ball Committee C413 Assistant
Manager Baseball Team CSJ, Manager C495 Capital
City Club C13 C25 C31 C4J.
YVILLIAM P. FOLEY
111 E. Mahanoy Ave., hlahanoy City, Pa.
Mahanoy City High School. Football Squad C21
C315 Track Team C21 C39 C413 Freshman Track Teamg
WILLIAM STEPHEN FOLEY
Adams Ave. and Boulevard, Philadelphia, Pu.
Frankford High School. Glee Club C255 Engineers
Show C153 Whitney Engineering Society C15 C25
C35 C455 Frankford High Club C15 C25 C35 C45.
CLARENCE JENNINGS FOX 2 A E
8 De Salaberry Ave., Quebec, Canada
Quebec Seminary. Hockey Team C25 C353 French
Relay Athletics Reception Committee C253 Junior
Week Committee C355 Assistant Secretary Le Cercle
Francais C25, Treasurer C35, President C451 French
Plays: "L'Etincelle" C25, "La Poudre aux Yeux"
C15, "Le Retour Imprevuu C25. "l,'Amour Meclccinn
FREDERIC JULES FRANCAIS
C "Fritz" "Freddie"
Westhampton Beach, L. I., Y.
Wcsthampton Beach High School. Cornell Uni-
versity. Freshman Lacrosse Team: Lacrosse Team
C35 C-L51 'Varsity Club.
ARNOLD S. FIIANK
In z 1: Cul Engineering
Choslvr I-huh. A.I.E.lC. 415 Q21 Q33 HJ.
JULES M. FRANZEN
104 Hall St., Akron, Ohio
Honor Man of Class.
BENJAMIN LIC VIN FRANKEL A F M
2643 S, Alder St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philuclclphia High School. Class Track
'1'e:uug Junior Week Committee Gil: Menorah
GEORGE FRANCIS FREDERICK 27 E
9 Belmont Circle, Trenton, N. J.
State Model School. School of Industrial Arts.
Associate Art Editor H1923 Class Rerrorcl" C453
Greek Ball Committee 1155 Florentine Ball Com-
mittee f2J: Spanish Ball Committee f4Jg Winner
All University Ring Competition 121.
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MAX FREEDIVIAN ENIANUEL FREENIAN A E H
409 Essex St., Salem, Mass. "ilIanny"
Wharton 1227 Market St., Wilmington, Del.
Salem High School. lvlTiU'f0Tl
Vililmington High School.
HOWARD MILTOY FREYV .
-1 Dutchn 1 ' JESS ITRIDMAN cp 1: A
415 Moody Ave., New Castle, Pa. Fnd-V
Wharton Barnesboro, Pa.
New Castle High School. Staunton Military lvhm-ton
Academy. Grove Cit.vCollege. Footb:1llSquud C313 Bnrnc-sboro High School. Open Hearth Club C19
Band Q2Jg Staunton Club. C21 C31 149.
EDWARD H.-KRMON FRIEL A X A
163 States Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
St. Joseph Prcpurntury School. Trunk 'l'Pum C27
Gil K-U: Crow Country Tcfun Q21 L35 1'-ll: Junior
Wfeck Committee 433.
CHARLES E. FROHMAN
Sandusky High School. Philocritic Record 133 HJ:
Cust Quill and Baub1e's "He and She" f3Jg "The
Admirablc Crichton" fill: "The Yellow Jacket"
C353 Philomathean Society: Vice-President Buckeye
Club C331 Deutsche Vercin C-tj: University Dramatic
Club fill, Treasurer 435, President 143: Theta
Alpha Phi 1455 Manager "The Sun" Actors' Fund
Benefit Play: Manager "Pantaloon"g Winner The
Philadelphia Forum Contest.
JACOB HENRY FROELICH A E KID
4508 Maine Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Augusta Military Academy. Business Board
H1923 Class Rccorcl": Smoker Committee f2Jg
Dues Committee 137: Chairman Decorations Com-
mittee Junior Banquet 132: Luncheon Committee
133: Chairman Fraternity Public-ity Gilkcy Meet-
ings: Secretary and Treasurer Interfraternity
Council MJ: Southern Club C13 f2J C333 Franklin
SAMUEL R. FRY 9 A X
18 Trent Ave., Wlyomissing, Pa.
New York Military Academy. Swimming Squad
KU C25 C333 Polo Squad 131: Berks County Club
C15 f2J C32 C4J, 'Treasurer 633.
JOHN JOSEPH GEOGHEGAN
"Ja6k', "Joan T A F, E E
811 E. Chelton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
I .. Chemical Engineer
Roman Catholic High School. Roman Catholic
High School Club.
EDWARD P. GEUTHER
139 N. Ferson st., Philadelphia, Pa.
Girard College. President Girard Club C33 MJ.
HARRY BYRON GERVIN fb F A
204 W. Locust St., Johnson City, Tenn.
Johnson City High School. Acting Manager of
Tennis Team 135, Manager 4435 Associate Business
Manager H1923 Class Record" C415 Junior Prom
Committee i393 Class Election Committee 632
C415 Franklin Society MJ.
1204 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Leaders Corps Club K25 C33
C-D5 Central High School Club C25 C35 C-D,
LORUMBRE MANUEL GARZA FEDERICO D. GAVIOLA
3438 Walnut St.. Plliluclelpliin. Pu. "Gang"
, ' Wharton Maasin, Leyte, Philippine Islands
Manila High Schqol. Limbo de Mmzsin. C'est la.
Guerra Club: Vice-Presiclcrxt American-Filipino
HERMAN P. GEIGER T E fb
WILLIS RALPH GEHMAN 116 WV. Summit St., Alliance, Ohio '
Souderton, Pa. Hlharton
Wllarton Alliance Preparatory School. Junior Prom Gom-
Frankliu and Marshall Academy. mittee C355 B1-1Ck6f5'0 Club: C11lV0Y Club-
l , , l v ll lil l X X
1 ,i ,i 1 1 'l,
, ',XlMH,,, f 1, Ml
LOUIS IRWIN GILGOR EARL AUGUSTUS GILL Z 112 E
"L0u', v i Patton, Pa.
1231 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Wharton
Wvl1Zll'l'.OI1 Patton High School. -Track Team C21 C313 Fresh-
South Philadelphia High School. Treasurer Pocket man Track Teami Sllrmt Medley R919-Y Champion'
Billiard Championship Tournament Committee. Ship Team 121 i373 Newman Club'
JAMES BOYD GILL K E
4324 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Phi Kappa Beta
Junior Society3 Sphinx Senior Society: "The
Pennsylva.nian" Bourd C25 C3J, Night Editor C2J,
Associate Editor CBJ, News Editor C335 Freshman
Bible Editor C213 Assistant Manager Hockey Team
C353 Wharton School Honor Court C25 C3J, Secretary
C253 Class Historian C15 CZD, President C333 Franklin
2ociety3 Bargglugp Cggmmittee CDL Plgsbyteriun
ornmittee C 3 iairman Smo er on iitto A If .
C233 Chairman Refreshments SophomoreYnConf IVILFIEED PONRILLL GUJLEN
Exittee C2j3c9JChgrma.nL Soplgnnore Cregngitiion th Gllly
ommittee .. : reen ann ommittec 1 25 64 5 -y A '
C323 Dartmouth Trip Committee C13 C353 West St Bangor' Nlame vvharton
Philadelphia High School Club, Treasurer CD,
Bangor High School. University of Maine.
JOSEPH A. GLASNER
2538 S. 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society:
GERALD ANTHONY GLEESON
718 E. Westmoreland St., Philadelphia, Pa.
, - College
Roman,Catholic High School. Baseball Club C133
Roman Catholic High School Club, President K2 5
Newman Clubg University Dramatic Club.
MARTIN THEODORE GLASS-
3710 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Sophomore
Honorsg D. Van Nostrand, Prize H355 Physics Club
g?gk1VQeJnorah Society C23 C35 C451 Chess and Checker
u .. .
ROBERT JACOB GLOCK
3809 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
ROLLAND ROSS GLOVER II K A
216 N. Wall St., Joplin, Mo.
Joplin High School.
MORRIS H. GOLDSTEIN fb B K
' HM. H ."
719 Berks St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Henry LaBarre Jayne Com-
position Prize CD3 Honorable Mention Sophomore
Composition Prize i253 Sophomore Honors:
Rhymersg Der Deutsche V erein, Vice-President 645.
SOL NATFAN GOLDER
USO H ,
1723 N. 42d St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' '
D Arts and Science
Central High School. Brown Preparatory School,
Philadelphia. Menorah Society.
803 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
ROBERT J. GILLETTE fb K il' WILLIAM THYNNE GILLINDER, Qu
"Bob" 'Hlfoosd' "Bill" A 'I' A
358 Main Sl., Winona, Minn. 23 Sullivan Ave., Port Jervis, N. Y.
Winona High School. Football Team Q23 131: Port Jervis High School.
Freshman Football Team: Freshman Crew: Teller
Committee f-LJ: Minnesota Club QU.
CONSTANT ARTHUR GILLIS
KECOHV! KGGITH I
884 S. 14-th St., Newark, N. J. CHARLES GINSBURG qu B A
East Side High School, Freshman Football Teagn: Q07 Pine SL, Johnstown, Pa.
Freshman VVuter Polo Team: Junior 'Varslty Vvharton
Football Team C25 Q35 645: Banquet Committee-CID:
Ticket Committee KD 125g Decoration Committee
Johnstown High School. Open Hearth Club YD
f2l 435 Q45-
ALFRIQIXIJIOHN GORDON E A E
6426 Drexel Rd., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School, Junior 'Varsity Football
Team CZJ C31 MJ: Vice-President, Senior Class:
Chairman Cremations Committee 123: Class
Picture Committee 1435 Banquet Committee 423.
JULIAN FRANCIS GORDON
223 N. Prospect St., Massillon, Ohio
Massillon High School, University School, Cleve-
land, Ohio. Buckeye Club 133.
DAVID BERNARD GORDON A I' M
"Reddy" "Reds" "Curly"
423 Ritner St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Junior 'Varsity
Football Team: "Economites" Literary and
Debating Society: Leader South Philadelphia
WILLIAM HENRY GORE K A fb
1707 S. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Pot tsvil le High School.
ALLAN BRYANT COULD A 3 'IP
"Al" "G'0ulr1y" "Sh1f1fl:"
56 Anderson Pl.. l3nl'falo, N. Y.
Buffalo Lnfayollte High Svhonl. H1923 Class
Record" Bonrwlz Sophomore Cremation Committee:
Scalp and Blude C17 Q23 137, Prvsiclcnt K-ll: Instru-
mental Club L25 CSJ: Mnnngf-r of Glen Club K-lj.
FRANK DATSON GOULD A X P
Wesllmrnplon Beach, LII., N. Y.
Wcstliampton Bench High School. Freshman
Track Team: 'Varsity Truck Team C215 Scrub
Football Team f2J 1351 Junior 'Varsity Football
Team MH: University Band C17 f27.
WILLLAINEZJENNINGS BRYAN GRACEY
321 S. Jefferson St., Mount Union, Pa.
Mount Union High School. Huntingdon County
ROBERT VVILLIAM GREENE
32 Elm St., Canton, Pa.
Towne Scientific School
Canton High School.
WRIGHT GRIFFIN A T
34 S. 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Nichols School, Buffalo, N. Y. Scalp and Blade
Societyg Track Team CU.
ELMIER EDVVIN GRIFFIN 9 E
IKGHWT' , '
New York, N. Y.
De Witt Clinton High School.
YVILLIAM HENRY GROETZINGER, JR.
'-111m-y" '-amz" 27 fp 2
5904 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Freshman Foot-
ball Tcamg Hfslnuan Track Team: Swimming
Sgjungg Junior Cane Committee: Glen Club
JACOB GROSS rl: B A
300 Keystone Ave., Crcsson. Pa.
Crffsson High Sclxool. Dormitory Buskc-tbnll Team
CIP: Caine Comnnttee CBB: Jewish Advisory Coni-
mnttee C-IJ: Open Hearth Club C11 C23 C35 C-lj.
64th and Malvern Ave., Overbrook, Pa.
LOUIS RICHARDS GROVE A XII
128 Broad St., WVoodbury, N. J.
William Penn Charter School. Sphinx Senior
Society: Freshman Football: Scrub Football Team
C253 'Varsity Football Squad C33 C435 'Varsity
Club C435 Mask ond Wig C31 C455 Board of Gover-
Ears C453 Musk and Wig Dam-ing Chorus C17 C25
II. L. HAEBERLE
lfvharton 1947 N. 29th St., Philaclelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School.
15Zi:..w'1 QH2zE'f:.p:-'zaeZvTExwfi5'Q'4'4f - A ' . ,:
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HARRY A. HALL
601 Turrentine Ave., Gadsden, Ala. SIQ S. 40th St., Pliiladelpliia, Pa.
I Wharton Wharton
Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alu. West Philadelphia High School.
NATHAN HAMBURGER Z B T
HARRY RICHARD HALLORAN Q50 S. 17th SL, Philadelpllia, Pa.
332 W. Earlharn Terrace, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hazleton High School. Sophomore Debating
Teamg Secretary-Treasmrer Civil Engineering
Society CSD: "Men about Towne" Club: Newman
Clubg Engineers' Show C435 Glee Club 145.
Cheltenham Preparatory School. "Punch Bowl"
C23 C35 C-Hg Wharton Dues Committee ill f2H CBJ:
Sophomore-Freshman Love-Feast Committee:
Class Dues C17 CZDQ Philadelphia Orchestra Drive
L11 121 133: Junior Prom Ticket Committee Gil:
Prints Fight Committee C213 Asiatic Night Corn-
mxttee f2l: "Jubilee Barker" 1213 Franklin Society.
R. D. HAMILTON Z il'
S337 Walnut St.. Pliilzirlelpliin, Pa.
Merrersburrz.Aczirlemy. Phi Kappa Bum .Iuninr
Society: Spliing Senior Society: 'Varsity Club C-ll:
Mask and Wig Show Q21 L3l: Manager of Soccer HJ.
CHARLES EDYVARD HARRINGTON
Mead Ave., Coscob, Conn.
Greenwich High School, Coscob, Conn. VVrestling
Squad CZJ C311 Clam Dues Committee: Newman
Club C21 C35 141, Secretary 133: Newman Club
Executive Committee: Nutmeg Club.
IRVING EUGENE HAND A 'T'
ll-12 Evergreen Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Plainfield High School. Freshman Travk Team:
Freshman Football Toning 'Varsity Track Team
125 C335 Sr-rub Football Team f2J: Sophomore Prom
PAUL EUGENE HARRIS ACACIA
123 W. 3d St., Blansfield, Ohio
Mansfield High School. Campus Concert Ticket
Committee 1235 Lutheran Committee C335 Christian
Association Campaign Dues: Buckeye Club:
ROBERT CHARLES HARRIS A T
7003 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School.
DANIEL HARRISON H A fb
Lincoln St., YVaynesburg, Pa.
Waynesburg High School. Sophomore Cremation
Committee C257 "Jubilee Barker" C393 Clam Dues
Committee CU: Junior Prom Committee 1333
Sophomore Prom Committee 623.
WILLIAM THEODORE HARRIS T A fb
865 VV. 180th St., New York, N. Y.
Townsend Harris Hall, New York, Y. Sopho-
more Debating Team.
PAUL BURTON HARTENSTEIN A T
398 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Mass.
Springfield Technical High School. Sphinx Senior
Society: Phi Kappa Beta Junior Society: Class
President 123: Junior Week Committee 133: Chair-
man Sophomore Vigilance Committee: Ivy Ball
Committee Q-il: Chairman Student Relations
Committee: Mask and Wig CU Q21 435 HJ: Under-
graduate Mask and Wig Club C31 I-LJ: Musical
Club fl? f2J LBJ: Undergraduate Council Q23 I-LJ.
WILLIAM CHARLES II.-KRYICY E A IC
1-P23 Alta Vista Blvcl.. Ilollywooal. Calif.
'Nilkiiislaiirg lligh School. Cla-v Club fill: Musk :md
Wig Show QCD.
DONALD WALTER HEAD 9 E
Hornell, N. Y.
Hornell High School. Friurs Senior Society:
Freshman Cross Country Team: Frvshrnan Track
Team: 'Varsity Cross Country and Truck Tvnm
L23 C3J K-il: Four-Milv Relay Team cnrnpeting in
England: Captain Cross Country Tvam C33 Q-U5
Chairman Personal 'Work Committcu Christian
GEORGE T1-IAWLEY HAYMAN B 9 I1
153 E. State St., Doylestown, Pa.
Doylestnwn High School. .lubilce Committee C11
gllzo Transferred from University of Missouri in
JOSEPH BERNARD HEARN
.1 J 0 an
1526 N. 56th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. West Philadelphia
High School Club IU C23 C37 C435 Newman Club.
A. RUSSELL HEATON O E S. LESTER HEIDORF
"Russ" "Les' "Jake"
Ferris Lane, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 50-L Broadway, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Western School. Freshman Soccer Team. Hudson Falls High School.
HENRY LEO I-LEINBMAN K A Q
83 W. LaCrosse Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
C'est la Guerre Club, Treasurer QD, President LID:
B. L. HELLMAN
3419 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
CIIARLES N. l'IlCNlJlCRS1'I0'1'
119 S. 59:1 Sl.. Pliilnclelpliizi. Pai.
State Nurnml Svlinuln Iilufunslmru, Pn. Senior
Class liunvheon Curnrnilive.
WALTER CARI. HERRMANN
FRANKLIN LELAND HERDEG 9 X
Maltbie Heights, Gowanda, N. Y.
Gowunda High School. Freslunan Wrestling Teemg
'Varsity Wrestling Team C23 C33 C433 Interfraternity
Tennis Team C133 University Wrestling Champion
C135 7ouncls3 C233 Novice Meet Champion C135
pounfis3 C233 Captain Freshman Wrestling Teamg
Christian Association Dues Drive C13 C333 "Kids to
the Country Campaign" C235 Presbyterian Com-
mittee C235 Sophomore Prom, Committee C233
Junior Dues Committee C335 Junior Prom Com-
mittee C333 Social Service Committee C33 C433
Eddy Committee C333 Gilkey Meeting Committee
C43: Manager of Freshman itiusical Clubs C131
Zclosophie Society C13 C235 Freshman Musical
Clubs: Instrumental Club C23 C33 C435 Glee Club
C433 Undergraduate Music-nl Clubs C43.
416 Oak St., Johnstown, Pa. College HARRY B- HERSHEY
, . . .
Johnstown High School, Clnss Banquet Committee 1229 W ' Lehlgh Ave" Phlladelphla, Pa'
C13g Open Hearth Club C13 C23 C33 C433 Lutheran
District Executive Conmzittee. Northeast High 3011001-
HENRY BENJAMIN HESTON A T
25 School Lane, Ardmore, Pa..
Lower Mcrion High School. Business Manager
"Punch Bow1g" Member Freshman Constitutional
Committee: Chairman Ticket Committee, Sopho-
more Prom: Member "Junior Annals" Board.
CHRISTIAN HEURICH, JR. A E lb
1307 New Hampshire Ave., N. W., Washing-
ton, D. C. .
Western High School. Junior 'Varsity Basketball
C25 C35: Capital City Club.
HERMAN STRECKER HETTTNGER
"Hell" "Harm" 9 X, B I' E
1325 lNIineral Spring Road, Reading, Pa.
Reading High School. Delta Sigma Rho Honorary
Debating Society: 'Varsity Debating Team C15
C25 C35 C-L55 "Red and Blue" Board C25 C35 C45,
Managing Editor C455 Chairman Foreign Students
Committee C25 C35 C-15: Philomathean Literary
Society C15 C25 C35 C455 First Vice-President
Christian Association C455 State Fencing Champion,
JOSEPH MITCHELL HEWLETT, JR.
"Joe" E fb E, E T
3639 N. 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa. A
Northeast High School. Executive Committee
Priestley Chemical Society C152 Whitney Engineer-
ing Society C15 C25 C35. S0Cl'C'U1Y3",Tl'?BSl1l'9T
C45 : Executive Council Engineering .-ksocxation C-153
Clam Dues Committee C25: "Men About Towne"
Club C453 Northeast Club C15 C25 C35 C45: Dancing
Chorus Mask and Wig Show "Tell Tales" C35:
Dancing Chorus Engineers' Show C-L53 Hexagon
HARRY K. HIESTAXD A T Q
1-1-U Blunlivim Sl.. Gerrnzinlown, Pu.
Germantown High Sc-lmnl. Soc-ond 150-Pound
Crew KSU: Swinuning Squad QU: Art Spoon "Punch
l3owI"AL3l f-Sl C Senior Luncln-on Commiltvc C-UQ
Franklin Snr-ivty Q31 I-ll: GL-rnmntown lligh School
Club CU 121 f3j K-lj.
JOHN F. E. HIPPEL H K A
4627 Oakland St., Frankford, Pu.
Frankford High School. Football squad 121: Crew
K2J CBJ GU. Junior Prom Ticket Committee 131.
WILLIAM J. HINDS E fb E
624 State St., VVZLLCTLOWII, N. Y.
Wlfatvrtown Higli Sr-hool. Sophomore Prom Com-
IIIILUECAQQJQ Junior Prom Committee f3Jg Auditing
Committee 623. 1
LEONARD FREDERICK HIRSCH
"Lon" wiv 2 A
1127 Rockland St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High Scliool. "Towne Scientific School
Journal" C3 DMD, Business Manager C-L75 Sophomore
Honors: Priestley Clubg Northeast High School
Club: Engineering Association: Associate Member
HENRY VEGHTE HOAGLAND 111 I' A CHARLES FRANCIS HOFFMAN
Colorado Springs, Colo. 218 6th Ave., Altoona, Pa.
Asheville School. Friars Senior Society: Business Altoona High School,
Assistant, "Red and Blue" 113 123, Circulation
Manager 1339 Sophomore Vigilance Committee 123g
Sophomore Dues Committee 1235 Junior Dues
Committee 133: Chairman Sophomore Honor Code
Committee 123: Chairman Wharton School Voca-
tional Week Committee 1333 Senior Luncheon
Committee 143: Rocky Mountain Club 113 123 133,
LOVVELL A. HOLDEMAN B 9 H
"Phebe', DAVID HOLMES
513 Garfield Ave., Elkhart, Ind. 4-4Q6 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Elkhart High School. Freshman Swimming Team. Education Club.
ADDISON FINNEY HOPKINS E A E
Tasley, Va. '
Virginia Military Institute. Sophomore Prom
Ticket Committee C235 Sophomore-Freshman Love-
Feast Committee 127: Junior Dues Committee IBD:
Junior Banquet Committee 1355 Southern Club
ID 125 G53 f-D.
DAVID REYNOLDS HUDSON
3900 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
MORGAN CHARLES HOUSEL A E fb
Lake St., Bergen, N. Y.
Bergen High School. Rochester Business Institute.
Gun Team 112303, Captain C31 f-D, High Gun Man
133g Junior anquet Committee 133: Rochester
Club, President C215 Newman Club, Secretary C2J,
P. BOLAND HUGHES
MERRITT HULBURD, II
7016 Greene St., Mount Airy, Pa.
Germantown High School. Cricket Team ID 621.
Assistant Manager Music-al Clubs C535 Chairman
Concert Committee, Junior Vveek 135.
JOHN DESMOND HUNTER
Q89 Park Ave., Newark, N. J.
Barringer High School.
JOHN FINTON HUBIES 111 2 K
"Jack" "J. Fintonf' "Johnny" "IIumL'sy"
1734 Middle St., Sharpsburg, Pa.
East Liberty Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa. Friars
Senior Society. Freshman Football Team KID:
Varsity Football Team Q25 C33 C-D: Presbyterian
Committee KU 123 CSD, Christian Association.
Dc-nominationnl Vice-President. C-ll. Cabinet f4l,
Financial Drive Committee f3l C-ll: Y21fS5lIv' Club
C37 H35 Presbyterian Affiliate Club C-LJ.
IRVING BRIERLY HYDE X A A
Stoltx-ille, N. Y.
Pittsfield High School. Sophomore Asiatic Night
Committee 423: Junior Banquet Committee LBJ.
PHILIP J. HYMAN A E H RALPH EDGAR IRWIN T B H, 27 E
6201 Reedland SL., Plxiluclelphia, Pa. 350 W. Court. SL., Doylestown, Pa.
Wharton Electrical Engineering
West Philadelphia High Sm-hool. Soccer Team ill: Doylesmwn I-Iipzli School. Penn Leaders' Corps
Junior Varsity Soccer Team 433: Glen Club OD: C15 l2J Q37 MJ, Secretary 027, President 433.
West Pliiluclelplria High School Club C11 C253
Menorah Society 113 125.
JAMES BRIGGS IVES IVIOSES JAFFE
"Ji1n" "Jimmy" "Moe"
153 N. 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa.. 131 Broad St., Keyport, N. J,
Central High School. Kcyport High School,
GEORGE JAGGARD T B 11 IHIRBERT CHARLES JANUARY
"Jack" "J'iggs" "Herbie'l HH. C."
Pemberton, N. J. 214 Pearl St., Suffolk, Va.
Collingswood High School, Collingswood, N. J. Jefferson High School, Suffolk, Va.
Priestley Club CD KQJ C37 MJ.
LOUIS ROBERT JEFFREY T B II
GEORGE HUHN JARDEN 430 N. Biffmev st., Dunmore. Pa.
4728 Cedar Ave., Philadelolxiu, Pu. u ' MeCha11iQ31EggiD3ering
Electrical hngmeermg Dunmore High School. Rifle Team Q31 C495 YVhitney
West, Philadelphia High School. "Men About Engineering Society: "Men about Towne" Club:
Towne" Club. Glee Chorus, Engineers' Show 015.
JAMES E. JENNINGS
RAYMOND WEEKS JEWELL 2 N
3 Springate St., Utica, N. Y.
ARTHUR WALLACE JERREMS, JR.
HAH" A K E
224 Linden Ave., Highland Park, Ill.
Culver Military Academy. Freshman Fencing
Team CD5 Pony Polo Team Q25 132, Captain 1415
Freshman Banquet Committee ID: Sophomore
Prom Committee f2Jg Culver Club.
THADDEUS BOSTIC JOHNSON
136 E. Ave., 45, Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles Polytechnic High School. Archi-
VICTOR E. JOHNSON CLARENCE A. JONES
706 S. Helen St., Sioux City, Iowa. Wharton
JOHN PAUL JONES A E Liv
, "., B . f , P .
GOMER EDWARD .JUNES A 2 Q 70 Pleasant bt md Ord 3 Wharton
193 South St" lvarrior - - Bradford High School. St. John's Manlius. Fresh-
W1 ngmeermg man Track ffeuxn 1155 Writer Polo Team C-U:
Hanover High School. Hillman Academy. Civil Sophomore Vigilance Commlivtec CZJQ Junior Prom
Engineering Society. Conimitteeg Manlius Club, Vice-President HB.
STANLEY ADDISON JOY A 'I' SZ CHARLES JOHN JUSTICE
HSHIIIH uillr. Allllffflln 'hfugfi uflhgyi'
1920 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 5903 Keystone St., Pllilarlelphia, Pa.
Wharton Electrical Engineering
Atlantic City High Svhool. S1-ruh Football Team Frankford High School.
C271 Swimming Squncl IU C25 KID MJ: Water Polo
Team Q23 CD HJ.
SQ States Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. FLOYD PEHLIP KARG B F E
Electrical Engineering Delanco, lx- J'
Atlantic City High School. Atlantic City Club. . . Yvharton
President 433: American Institute uf Electrical Mt. Holly High School. . Burlington County Club,
Engineers: Engineering Association. - - . Vice-President CBB. President 145.
CARL ADOLPH KARSH dv B TI
560 E, 21st St., Erie, Pa.
Erie High School. Freshrnan-Sophomore Love-
Feast Committee CD: Advertising Committee C115
Erie County Club C23 C3J, Corresponding Secretary
C333 Arts Association C15 C23 C315 Christian Asso-
ciation CIJ C21 C3J, Settlement House C3J.
ALFRED KAUFFMAN fb E 11
942 S. Hohxnan St., Hammond, Ind.
Hammond High School. House Representative
C353 Indiana Club C43-
WOLF YVILLIAM KATZEN 412 B A
S2307 Beale Ave., Altoona, Pa.
Altoona High School.
RICHARD JOHN KEARNS, JR. Z XI'
39.6 Sunnyside Ave., Toronto, Canada
University of Toronto Schools. Phi Kappa Beta
Junior Sonic-ty: Sphinx Senior Society: 'Varsity
Hockey Team CD C25 C33 Cell: Arts Association
Executive Committee C25 C355 Chairman Junior
Cane Committee C3J: Asistant Manager Track
Team CBJ, Manager C-43.
ROBERT PRICE KEI1Z'l'H
915 Elm St., Van Wert, Ohio
Vnn Wi-rt High School.
LUTHER H. KENDALL 9 X
786 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. University of Buffalo.
Scalp and Blade,
CARLTON KENIPER E II
1484- Monroe SL., 3Vashir1gton, D. C.
McKinley Manual Training High School. Capital
Kglu?DC13 C235 Whitney Engineering Society
WALLACE KIMBALL fb z K
1324 W. 9th Ave., Spokane, Wash.
Lewis und Clark High School. Phi Kappa Beta
Junior Society: Friurs Senior Society5 Christian
Association Drive Committee C335 Chairman
Religious Education, Discussion Groups C435
Christian Association Cabinet C43 5 Spirit Committee
C-135 All-University Dance Committee C435 Secretary
Freshman Class C13: Chairman Banquet Committee
C133 Chairman Freshman Cooperative Committee
C135 Sectional Clubs Chairman, Jubilee C13 C235
Chairman Vigilance Committee C235 Wharton
Memorial Committee C235 University Reception
Committee C235 University Regulations Committee
C235 Sophomore Honor Committee C235 Student
Relations Committee C235 Chairman Sports Divi-
sion C335 Chairman Freshman Field Reception
Committee C235 Chairman Speakers Committee,
Junior Week C335 Junior Luncheons Committee
C335 Princeton Trip Committee C33g Zelosophic
Literary Society C13 C235 Rocky Mountain Club
C13 C23 C33 C43, President C235 President Senior
Board of Proctors C435 Assistant Manager Basket-
ball Team C33, Associate Manager C-113.
CRESTON ALEXANDER KING WILLIAM ALEXANDER KING
"Terai, 1410 S. 10th St., Camden, N. J.
917 Woodlawn Ave., San Antonio, Texas Wharton
Main Avenue High School. University of Texas.
Rocky Mountain Club.
ERNEST O. KISTLER. '15 A 9
PIERBJQRTBAY KINLEY K A fb 129 N. Iiickofy st., Mt. Carmel, Pa.
I NIM, Wharton
326 vs' Nlam St" Lock Haven' Pa' Allentown High School. Sophomore Prom Com-
Wharton mittee C213 Junior Prom Committee C353 Junior
C'est la Guerra Club. Dues Committee C333 Le Cercle Francais C2l.
RUDOLPH KLAUDICR A E fb. 'l' B fl
'74-47 Devon St., Plliluclclpliiu, Pu.
Chestnut Ilil-I Avmlc-xny, Chestnut Hill, Pu. Junior
Week Puhlimty Curnxmttof- 133: Rifle Team 113 123:
Rifle Club 113 123. Secretary 133: "Men about
Towne" Club 133 1-13: Enginecrim: Awoeintion:
Chestnut Hill .-Xvnclrniy Club: Civil Engiinfering
Soriety, Melnbm-rslnip Fonunitteo 133 1413, Exeeutive
Committee 143: Enzineers' Show 133 1-13: Musk and
YVig Show 133.
ALBERT EDWARD KNECHT H E
37 Pear St., Palmyra. N. J.
Whitney Engineering Society: Priestlcy Chemical
Society: Burlington County Club: Insnrurnental
Club 113 143: Musical Club 1-13.
511-32 Chancellor SL., llliiladelphia. Pa.
South l'hilmlelpl1i:v. I-Iigli School. Sophomore
Honors: Menorah Society.
FLOYD A. KNOLL
54- Gates Circle, Buffalo, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. Gun Team 123 133 143,
Captain 123: Polo Team 123 143, Temporary Captain
123: President Intercollegiate Trapshooting Asso-
ciation 133: Scalp and Blade.
WILLIAM BRUBAKER KOONTZ
5108 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa..
Tancytown School. Central High School.
WALTER RAYMOND KURTZ, Jn.
418 VV. Stafford St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Chestnut Hill Academy. Christian Association
Dues Committee C315 Chestnut Hill Academy Club
CBJ, Secretary and Treasurer KD C21 C415 Freshman
Orchestra: Symphony Orchestra 147.
RAYMOND ELMER KREIDER
201 E. Main St., Palmyra, N. J.
Palmyra High School. Juniata College. Christian
Awociation Cabinet MJ, Vice President "Other
Denominationsn Group: Dramatic Club: Cast,
Zelo Play C315 Leader, Boys Club under Christiar'
CHAN KWVAN KWOK
Hong Kong, China
Canton Christian Collvgfe. Chinese Students' Club.
FRANCIS AYENEL LAISAW fb I' A
Hotel Albernmrle. Atlantic City, N. J.
Vineland High Sc-hool, Yiuclnnd, N. J. Frinr
Senior Society: Fl'f'Slll'llI'lll Crow Country Team C151
'Varsity Track Squad C25 C355 Freshman Truck
Teaiug Jubilee Week Conmiittee C353 Junior Prom
Committee: Vocngionul Guidance Committee C35
C45: Spirit Committee C355 'Y:irsit,y Cheer Leader
HAROLD JOHN LAMM -'IP K N11
110 Glendale St., Bellevue, Ohio
Case School oi' Applied Science. .1X'Iask and Wig
Club: Glee Club C253 Mask and Wig Shows C25 C35.
ROBERT HAYES LAIRD, JR. A X A
1426 W. Ontario St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Editor, "Towne
Scieniihc School Journal" C455 University Dramatic
Club C25 C35 C455 Germantown High Club C15 C25
C353 Pricstley Club C15 C25 C353 Civil Engineering
Society C35 C455 As:-iociatecl Member Franklin
BERNARD DAVID LANE
"Bernie" "B. D.', E A M
1361 E. Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio
High School of Commerce. OhioiSiate University.
Class Dues Committee C15 C25 C353 Love-Feast
Committee C15 C255 Pipe Committee C155 Cane
Committee C355 Teller, Junior Elections: Buckeye
Club C25 C35 C455 Cleveland Club C35 C45.
JESSE EDWIN LAROSE
2133 S. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Rifle Team C23
C33, Captan C437 Intercollegiate Champions C33'
'Varsity Club: Band C13 C23.
LEROY GOODWIN LEAP E 42 E
410 Monmouth SL, Gloucester City, N. J.
William Penn Charter School. Freshman Football
Teamg Freshman Track Team: Scrub Football
Team C23 C335 Freshman Reception Committee C-L3.
ROY FRANK LARSON A T, T E A. E E
3109 E. 83d St., Chicago, Ills.
Bowen High School. Friars Senior Society: Art
Editor H1923 Claw Recordng President Tau Sigma
Delta C331 President Architectural Society C33 C437
Greek Ball Committee: Florentine Ball Committee:
Spanish Ball Committee: Insurance Committee:
Ivy Bull Decoration Committee.
HAROLD BRANDENBURG LEVER A T
1-L Spring St., Ilion, N. Y.
llion High School. Merccrsburg Academy. Sphinx
Senior Society: Track Team C23 C33, Captain C13 C433
'Varsity Football Squad C333 Junior 'Varsity Soccer
C335 Sophomore Relay Tex-im: Holder World's
Record for 60 yards C13 C333 National Junior 60-
yard Champion C13: Southern Collegiate 80-yard
Champion C13: Holder 1Vorld's Record for 30
yards C433 Holder of Intercollegiate and World's
Record for 70 yards C-13: Intercollegiate Champion,
70 yards C432 Middle States Champion. 50 yards
and standing Broad Jump C433 Intercollegiate
Point-Viiinner C23. Indoors C33 C435 New York
State American Legion Champion, 100 yards
C43: National American Legion Champion, 100
and 220 yards C-13: Member of Chzimpion 440-yard
and Sprint Medley Relays C331 Track Committee C433
Social Service C23 C33 C-113: Mercersburg Club C13
C33 C-43, Chairman C233 'Varsity Club C23 C33 C-13.
FREDERICK IRVIN LEYY Z B 'I'
Seelhach Holol, Louisville, Ky.
McKenzie Svhool. "Pune-li Bowl" Busincsa Spoon
QU 123 131, Arlvurtising Mnnzuza-r HJ: "Junior
Annals" i3J:-".lulwilr1n- Burk:-r" 229 l3J3 Freshman
Dues Connuittec-3 Froshxnrm Cuiipvrativc- Coin-
mittce: IN'ushnmn Banquet Comniittcv: Asiatic
Night Committne 623: Publi:-ity Cmnmittuv Sopho-
more Prom Al2lg Wharton Ducs Committcv: Senior
Dues Committee: Krrntuvky Club: Franklin So:-icty.
KOK NYIEN LI
1730 Park Road, Shanghai, China
LEONARD PHILIP LEVY B X P
3151 Frankford Ave., Pl11lil.dClIJlllZL, Pa.
Frankford High School. Track Squad 127: Wres-
tling Team HJ 3 Junior Smoker Committee C3J:Junior
Prom Tickvt Connnittcc C319 Senior Dues Com-
uiittcc 015: Fmnkford Clubg Wharton Association.
RUNDOLPH EDISON LIFSON -
YVh:1rton , . .
St. John's University, Shanghai, China. Chinese 3940 Spruce bt" Phlladelphla' Pawvl
Students' Club Q27 C35 141. larton
IRWIN HENRY LIGHT
Avon, Pa. 3 . 5 ,, , ,
' Wh rt
Lebanon High School.
JOHN LINDSAY A E KID, E T
3301 Arch St., Phlladelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Scrub Soccer Team KU C239
Cricket Team KQJQ Sophomore Soccer Teamg Junior
Soccer Teamg Editor, "Towne Scientific School
Journalng Ticket Committee, Philadelphia Orches-
tra 135: Civil Engineering Society, Membership
Committee CSD, Executive Committee CSB, Presi-
dent. C411 Executive Committee Engineering Asso-
ciation K4D: "Men about, Towne" Club, Play Com-
mittee 145g Franklin Society: Engineering Asso-
ciation: Hexagon Engineering Society.
SAMUEL F. LILLEY, JR.
'615 N S'denha.m St Philadelphia Pa
Central High School. Rifle Team C13 K2J C35 1455
Central High School Club.
CARLTON FRANK LINEK A X A
3822 Carlyle Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Lincoln High School, Cleveland, Ohio. Ticket
Committee Sophomore Prom C253 Publicity Com-
mittee Junior Prom 131: Cleveland Club.
ELMER CHAO-TANG LING JOSEPH VVILLIAM LIPP
75 Chi-ho-lee. Hengfoong Rd., Chapei, "Bill" A X 22, T B 11, 23 E
Shanghai, China. 139 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia., Pa.
President, Chinese Students' Club M35 Secretary Gerumntown High School, Alcmbic Senior Society:
Philadelphia Chinese Students' Bnnking Club HJ. Manager, Engineers' Show 0175 Pricstlc-y Club C19
121, Vice-President CSD, President C4Jg "Men about
Towne" Club C22 C33 C415 Glee Club C4J.
SAM LIPTON . ,
103 College Ave., Des Moines, Iowa SIIRtEIlI5k1LiTEgE1?
Wharton " y ' ' '
North Des Moines High School. Drake University Boys' High School.
PHILIP ATLEE LIVINGSTON JOI-INT LLOYD, JR.
"Phil'l i'Li11y" "Johnny"
108 Chestnut Ave., Nm-berth, Pa. 17 S. South Carolina Ave., Atlantic City,
College N. J.
Narberth High School. Philomathean Society 131, lvharton
Recorder C433 Le Cercle Franqais C2jg Naturalists' Atlantic City High School.
Field Club C25 135. President C-LJ.
RALPH LOUIS LOCHNER A 'l" A EDGAR JEROME LOFTUS A T SZ
15 Birks Place, Newark, N. J. 2413 N. Main Ave., Scranton, Pa.
East Side High School, Newark, N. J. St. Thomas High School.
MICHAEL JOSEPH LOFTUS GRAEME LORIMER ill T
332 E. Norihuniptou, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. Church Road, Wyncote, Pu.
Luzemecountychlb' William Penn Charter School, Sphinx Senior
Society: Cricket Tvum C315 'Varsity Crew Squad
CSD K-D3 "Red and Blue" KQJ, Marinzing Editor CSD,
Editor-in-Chief HJ: Associate Editor, "Junior
Annals" Cfijg Prr-sidont Franklin Society C-tl.
Wharton GEORGE BACON LOUGHERY, JR.
g1':nkf0gfgigl1USQl100l. Prfgident Fmgliiford Sigh 112 W. Johnson St., Philadelphia. Pa.
c oo u g ni ' rsit' t.' bg t, - ' ' '
Philoniathcan Soc-iliziy Iglayslallglglc Foxllsunatiiii' El6Ct1'lC2llEI1g1l'l6eI'1I1g
"The Tempest." Northeast High School. A. I. E, E. C11 C21 C35 145.
FRANK TURNER LOUX
5235 Catharine St., Philadelphia, Pa..
West Philadelphia High School. Priestlcy Club.
RALPH DOUGLAS LOVENDALE
"Pele" C12 E K
421 Blair St., Salt Lake City, Utah
East High School, Salt Luke City. Boxing Team
C253 "Punch Bowl" Q11 l2J GD. Circulation Manager
145: President Rocky Mountain Club I-ij: Glcc
Club QD: Mask and NVig CID.
GEORGE I. LOVATT, JR. Z N
UG. J: I ,"
49 W. LaCrosse Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
LaSalle Preparatory School. Coxswain, Crew fly:
Senior Class Luncheon Committee C415 Under-
graduate Council K-D.
GEORGE GRAFLEY LOWER Q A K
Q34-2 YY. Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Brown Preparatory. Education Club. Executive
Secretary 139. President C493 Naturalists' Field
Club, Secretary C439 University Scout Club,
GEORGE BRAINARD LUCAS
101S S. -L7t,l1 St., Philadelphia, Pa.
St. Joseplfs High School. Musk und XVig Club
Q21 C37 C411 Dnncing Chorus, Musk nnrl Wig CU Q21
C31 K-D: Golf'1'cum C23 CID.
DALLAS BLAKE LUMPKIN E N
826 N. Carrollton Ave., Baltimore, hld.
St. John's, Annapolis, Md. Freshman Lacrosse
Teamg Sophomore Ball Committee: Junior Week
Committeeg Junior Luncheon Committeeg Senior
HAROLD F. A. LUDEWIG
"Lu1Irly" "F. A."
587 4-lh St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mnnlius School. Freslinian Laprosse Team: Fresh-
man Dues Connnitxcc: Mzinhus Club. Secreta
nnd '1'rr-:isiirvr C23 131, Prvsirlent HJ.
YVILLIAM lVILSON LUPTON
1719 Euclid St., N. W., lVa.shington, D. C.
Central High School, VVs1shing,ton, D. C.
ARCHIE H. MACFARLANE HERBERT A. MAHAFFEY EX
"Mac" "Arch" 3809 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
4320 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Wharton
West Philadelphia High School. Lacrosse Team
411 C25 CSD, Ca tain C-LJ, Intercollegiate Champions
f-33: Concert Cjonxmittee Junior Week C555 Senior
Luncheon Committee: 'Varsity Club.
JAMES J. MALONE
"Jim" NIORRIS MAX NIAMOLEN fb B A
1128 Divinity St., New Haven, Conn. "Max" "Mac"
Wharton 203 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore, Pa.
New Haven High School. Nutmeg Club: C'est la lVll3l'l.0D
Guerra Club. Lycoming County Club.
OTTO W. MANZ, Jn. II K N
6 Christiana Apt., Atlantic City, N. J.
Atlantic City High School. A. I, E. E. KD K2 HSD,
President I-lj: "Men about Towne" Club 139,
Treasurer 4473 Dancing Chorus. Engineers' Show
C35 C-0: Hexagon Engineering Society.
FRANK BERNARD MARKRITER
"ilIark" E A E
Apartment 87, 1740 Euclid St., N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Central High School, Washington, D. C. Crew C353
President Capital City Club.
504-2 Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society.
E. EVERETT MATHER, JR. B I' E
328 Riverview Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
West Philadelphia High 'School. Sophomore
Honorsg Cadet Officers' Club of R. O. T. C.: Roh
serve-Officers' Training Corp ill C21 L31 C4J. Captain.
GORDON ELLWOOD MATTHEWS
403 Grove Ave., Elmira, N. Y. Acncu
Athens High School.
JOHN HESS MCCOMB E N, fb B K
1707 Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Secretory Undergraduate
Council C435 Vice-President Arts Association C333
Northeast Cluhg Presbyterian Commuters' Club,
l?resxdent C433 Dramatic Club, President C335 Lead-
1ng role, Dramatic Club's Play, "The Admirnblc
Crichton" C23, "The Yellow Jacket" C33.
JOHN MQALLISTER 2 A E
XVest Philadelphia High School. Freshman Foot-
ball Teamg "Punch Bowl," Editorial Spoon C435
Chairman Refreshment Committee C135 Dues
Committee C13 C23 C431 Junior Prom Committee C433
Chairman Ticket Committee Junior Luncheon:
Chairman Senior Class Luncheon Committee C413
West Philadelphia High School Club.
SAMUEL KERNS MCCONNELL, JR.
"Sam" "iliac" O E
-1-305 Aspen St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Freshman Wrestliiig Squad
"Punch Bowl" Busines Spoon C23 C33 C431 Chris-
tian Association, President C433 Undergraduate
Council C431 Dues Committee C135 Jubilee Com-
mittee C13: Class Executive Committee C231 Audit-
ing Committee C231 Sophomore Prom Committee
C235 "Jubilee Barker" Committee C23: Methodist
Committee C233 Class Treasurer t33g Sub-chairman
Banquet Committee C333 Chairman Social Service
Committee C333 Christian Asociation Cabinet C33,
Chairman 143: Chairman Dues Committee C433
Rally Committee C435 Chairman Undergraduate
Elections Committee C43: Northeast High School
Club C13 C23 Cf-13. Treasurer C335 Zelosoghic Society
C13 C23 C43, VicefPresident Q33: Fran lin Society
C23 C33 C435 University Camp, Green Lane. Coun-
sellor C23, Athletic Director C33.
FRANCIS E. MCDONALD A T Q
1634 Oneida St., Utica, N. Y.
New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, N. Mex.
Assistant Manager Crew I35. .-Xmocinte Manager C-15.
NATHANIEL CRENSHAW MCELROY
:fMack,v uslwrlyu Z CI,
2012 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
E ' l Aca lemy. Freshman Tennis Team:
J.piicgrriZcer Teiam C3l1'Varsit3: C3l C453 All Intel'-
collegiatc Outside left C35 C412 YHTSIW Club-
EDWARD GEORGE MCFAYDEN
"Mac" "George" E fb E
17 Willowlawn Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Lafuyr-ite High School. Freshman Baseball Team:
Baseball Squad C35 C455 Hockey Squad C455 C'est la
Guerre Club C455 Scalp and Blade C25 C35 C455
Leave of absence, 1018 to February, 1921, on war
duty5 Lieutenant in the U. S, Marine Aviation
BEN Sfl'REE'I'ER MCGIVERAN fb A 9
817 3d St., Hudson, Wis. lVharton
College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. Phi Kappa
Beta Junior Soc-iety: "Red and Blue" C15 C25 C35 C455
Temporary Freshman President: Freshman Presi-
dent5 Dormitory Representative C155 Under-
graduate Council C25, Secretary C155 Vigilance
Committee C255 General Chairman Junior Prom
Committee5 Decorations Chairman Interfraternity
Ball C355 Chairman Undergraduate Council
House Party Committee C155 Pants Fight Com-
mittee C255 Attorney, Sophomore Crema,tions5
Chairman, Pennirnan Bowl Committee C355
Entertainment Committees of Sophomore Smoker,
Asiatic Night C25, Junior Banquet, Junior
Luncheon5 Mask and Wig Club C35 C455 Musical
Clubs C35 C455 Franklin Society C15 C25 C35 C455
Northwestern Club C15g Wisconsin Club, President
C25 C355 Writer of Lyrics "Fight on Pennsylvania"
C255 Author of Bookand Lyrics of Mask and Wig
Preliminary Show "Persian Nights" C255 Cast,
Mask and Wig Show C15 C35 C455 Glee Club C15 C25
C35 C455 Class Poet: Class Day Committee.
JAMES H. MCGOWAN
765 Gotham St., Watertown. N. Y.
Watertown High School. Syracuse University.
Newman Club, Secretary 641.
WILLIAM GORDON MQKELDIN
108 YV, Bank St., Athens, Tcnn.
McCallie School, Chattanooga, Tenn.
B O II
DOUGLAS LIVLNGSTONE MQINTYRE
"Doug" "lilac" G E
Q3 Robinhood St., Dorchester, Boston, Mass.
Mount Vernon High School. Swimming Squad OJ:
Boxing Squad f2l f3J.
EDWARD WVILEY MCMULLAN
UBIUCB' 9 E. T B II
24-52 Nicholas St., Philadelphia, Pu.
Central High School. Alcmbic Senior Society fill:
'Track Team CU f2J: Mile Relay Team C31 GD:
Member of 2-mile Indoor and Outdoor YVorld's
Record Holders Relay Team: Priestloy Club CD f27
433 MJ, Executive Committee: 'Varsity Club 131
Hy: Central High School Club t2J Q35 CLD.
CHARLES ROBERT RIEISNER
79.45 Limekiln Pike, Germantown. Pu.
St. George High School. Tcehnicnl College,
103 S. Glst St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philnclelpliin High School. Glee Club.
GEORGE FRANCIS MEREDITH A K E
5350 Cedar Ave., Philaclelphia., Pai.
Mercersburg Academy. Phi Kappa Beta Junior
Society: Sphinx Senior Society: Freshman Truck
Team: Freshman Cross Country Teamg 'Varsity
Truck Team 423 fflj C493 Member of World's
Record 2-Mile Indoor also Outdoor Relay Tcamg
Chairman Sophomore Executive Committee 121:
Decorations Committee, Junior Prom C373 'Varsity
Club: Mercersburg Club.
PHILIPPUS MILLER A 111
C I !
St. Davids, Pa.
St. George's School, Newport, R. I. C'est la
WARREN JENNINGS MILLER 9 E
1608 Lincoln Ave., Berwick, Pa.
Berwick High School. "Punch Bowl"g "Jubilee
Barker" 423: "Junior Annals" 137.
H. S. MINSTER 111 F A
3619 Locust St., Plmilaclelphia, Pa.
WALTER PAWSON MILLER, JR.
"IValt" 'N Z XII, E T
422 XY. Upsal St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown Friends School." 'Hexagon Senior
Societyg .Iunior 'Varsity Soccer Team C21 C-LJ:
'Varsity Soccer Team C315 "Red and Blue" 121 L31
I-ljg M1923 Glas Rccorclug "Towne Scientific
Journal," Circulation Manager C-D9 Senior Class
Luncheon Committee: Germantown Friends Club,
President 135g 'Varsity Club 147: President Engi-
"P eppfrm i nts"
1057 Hoe Ave., New York, N. Y.
Stuyvesant Preparatory School. Freshman Base-
JOSEPH VINCENT MISSATT
S. SY. Cor. 63ml and Race Sis., Pliilaulclplxia,
RAYMOND THEODORE MOOCK K E
1132 Veuango St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Editorial Staff "Towne
Smentihc School Journal,"
AUGUST L. MITKE
3799 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
MORGAN FRANCIS MOORE II K A
701 N. 8th St., Shamokiu, Pa.
Shamokin High School. Mask and Wig Under-
graduate Clubg Musical Club: Mask and Wig Show
C21 C355 Glee Club CU L23 C35 143, Secretary and
JAMES EMILE MORAN
660 Cooke St., Waterbury, Conn.
Crosby High School. Freshman Tennis Team:
'Varsity Tennis Team f21 131 1415 Junior Banquet
Committee C315 Newman Club: Nutmeg Club:
Secretary and Treasurer Federation of College
Catholic Clubs: Dormitory Representative I41.
ERIC W. MORGAN
41 W. Green St., Nanlicoke, Pa.
Nanticoke High School.
ANDREW' SCHINIMEL MORGAN
314 W. Seymour St., Germantown, Phila-
Germantown High School. Hexagon Senior Society
Prcsidentg Tennis Team C11 C21, Captain C31 141:
Class Constitution Committee 111: Vice-President
Tennis Association C315 Wliitney Engineering
Society f11 I21 631, Vice-President 1415 German-
town High School Club 01 C21 631 I-11.
700 Garfield Ave., Palmyra, N. J.
Palmyra High School. Burlington County Club,
President f21g NVharton Association.
EVERETT LIONEL MIIGLER K A
51 Board Avo.. Buflzilo, N. Y.
Hutchinson Central High Srhool. Sphinx Senior
Socioty: "Hard mul Blum-" 1121. .-Mlvcrtisimg Mnnuxzur
135. Businvw Manager HJ: Juhilm- Conxinittvr-
KU i233 Dues Conunittvu flj fill: Sophomore
Pic-ture Connnittve 423: Suphornorv Prom Com-
mittoc C233 Students' Rc-lxilioris Conmiitico 433 irllj
Chairman Novelties CTOTIIIIIHICQ' Junior Bunquclg
Scalp :md Blxiilv Hb GJ, Trvmmror 425. Yic-0-I'rr-.si-
dont, 137: Franklin Soi-ir-ly KQJ fill. Board of Di-
rectors Ml: Bnskctlmll Manager, Junior 'Varsity
Team i3J. 'Varsity Tcum I-U3 'Varsity Club.
JAMES WILLIAM MATTHEW
410 Park Place, Brooklyn. N. Y.
JOHN P. MURDOCH, JR. K 2
54-Q3 Cedar Ave., Philzmdelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Hexagon Senior
Society: Freshman Swimming Tc-am YD: 'Yarsifiy
Wntcr Polo f2D, Captain 6233: "Towne Sclientihc
School Journal," Managing Editor f3J, Ed1tor-1n-
Chief f-113 Alumni Committee.
Wharton JESSE NAYHOUSE
Erasmus Hall. Amherst College.
OSCAR SEVERINE NELSON B I' E ALBERT NEYVNIAN, JR. Z B T
"Nels" 1115 Wood Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo.
503 S. 5th St., E., Missoula, Mont. Wharton
Vvllarfon Colorado Springs High School. University of
Missoula County High School. Treasurer, Beta Missouri' Rocky Mountain Club'
Gamma, Sigma G05 Zelosophic Society, Treasurer
f2j, Business Bfanager Show "The New York
Idea" C313 Rocky Mountain Club: German Club:
Presbyterian Commutcrs' Club: Gym Leader 125
cal el. p
CALVIN ARMAND NICHOLS B I' E
The Stonehurst, 45th St. and Osage Ave.,
JOHN GRANT NEWMAN XV1131-ton
4542 Hazel A'-'C-1 Pllllfldelplllfll PH- Y west llhusaelphia High School. west Philadelphia
llllarlon Club ill C293 University Band KD C21 C31 C-D3
West Philadelphia High School. Vniversity Orchestra l-lb.
ROBERT JOHN NICHOLS WILLIAM E. NORVELL, Jn. B 9 H
"Bob" "Nick" "Bill" "lfV'z'1lic',
Bustleton Ave., Bustleton, Philadelphia, Pa. 303 High St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Frankford High School. Baseball C419 Frankford McCallie Preparatory School, Luwroncevillc,Ten11.
High School Club C13 C25 C33 C-LJ. Tennis Team CU C33 C433 Golf Squad C315 Instru-
mental Club C3J: Southern Club: Mask and Wig
' Show CID.
PAUL DAVID N U BER
SAMUEL BOHUMIL NOVOIVIESKY ffpaupf
"NOW" 1308 W. E' A ., Pl'1.dl h' ,P-.
175 E. Kinney St., Newark, N. J. me ve H rl ep la Qvharton
Wharton Northeast High School. Coxswain, Sophomore
East Side High School, Newark, N. J. Gym Team Crew C213 Northeast High School Club C15 C2J,
C21 C35 CQ. Secretary C3J, President C-LD.
EDYVARD STEPHEN OKDONNELL
168 Pearl St., Holyoke, Mass.
Rosary High School.
SANIUEL PLUMER OFFICER E A E
918 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
Franklin High School.
LEON C. OESTREICHER E A M
5422 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
VVest Philadelphia High School. 'Varsity Boxing
Team 125 C33 1455 Junior Picture Committee Gil:
Sophomore Dues Committee C271 West Philadelphia
High School Club.
ARTHUR DONAL CHL
Williamsport High School.
CARL M. A. OHLSON
702 Pine St., Johnstown, Pu.
Johnstown High School. Baseball Squad C21 C375
Freshman, Baseball Tcnmg Open Hcnrth Club CD
C23 C35 HJ-
FREDERICK GURNEE OUTCALT
"Fritz" T B II
Corner Union and Burlington Aves., Delanco,
West Philadelphia High School. Camden High
School. 150-pound 'Varsity Crew C25 C31 C415
Freshman Class Crew CID: Civil Engineering
Society: 'Varsity Club C4Jg Camden High School
Clubg Rifle Club CZJ.
WILLIAM I-I. O'REILLY 9 A X
"Bill" "l.x'uckH "Dutch"
227 Claremont. Ave., Mount Vernon, N. 'Y.
Mount Vernon High School. De Ln Snlle Institute.
Frmrs Senior Society: Ice Hockey Team C25 C31
C4liTI'l1K!li Squad 139: Scrub Football Team C25
C355 Junior 'Varsity C475 Won lteath Trophy
C215 Fall Crew Race-Winners' Boat C153 Managing
Editor H1923 Class Record" C437 Vice-President
Wlhnrtnn Association C-U5 Class Executive Com-
mittee C325 Vilignnce Committee C2Jg Chairman
of Athletics Campus Jubilee: Sophomore Prom
Committee: .lunior Prom Committee: Newman
Clubg Franklin Society.
JOHN WOODWARD OWEN
Park and Oakland Aves., Maple Shade, N. J.
Moorestown High School. Burlington County Club
Glee Club C4J.
LORIN DRESSER PAINE 2 A E JOSEPH PANTALEONE
HP7f7llf1'UH Q04 S. 37th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
306 Church St., Berlin, N. H.
Berlin High School. Le Cercle Frang-axis C2J.
RICHARD JAMES PARTRIDGE
"Dick" "Pat" fb B K
3935 N. Franklin St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. 'Varsity Soccer Team C3J:
Junior 'Varsity Soccer Team C213 Baseball Squafl
C355 Freshman Baseball: Class Soccer Team C13 C25
C39 C455 'Varsity Clubg Northeast Club.
ERNEST ALBERT PATCHEL, Jn.
Q4-25 S. Rosewood St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadolpliiu High School. Christian Asso-
Fiunncial Committeeg Glee Club, Baritone
ROBERT LEYBURNE PAT'l'EIiSON
MBOIIU A T
327 Cooper St., Camden, N. J.
HOUSTON RANDOLPH PAXSON
4308 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
H K N, T B H, 2 E
NVeSt Philadelphia High School. A. I. E. E.g En-
FREDERICK YVESTON PAUL K A CID
136 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. C'est la Gucrre Clulm.
WILLIAM MCCARTHY PENFIELD
"BUF, "Pen" E fb Z
187 E. 6th St., Oswego, N. Y.
Ridley Park High School. Scrub Football Team
C21 C35 C413 Sophomore Dues Committeeg Junior
Dues Committeeg Junior Cane Committee: Senior
Election Tcllerg Undergraduate Council Election
Teller: Executive Committee, Senior Class: Senior
Luncheon Committeeg Empire State Club.
ROBERT PENNOCK A T
13247 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Ashville High School. Freshman Football Team:
Freshman Crewg Football Team C25: Crew C35:
Ashville Club: President Cleveland Club C35.
WALTER WILLIAM 0. PESTKE
300 Wilkins St., Rochester, N. Y.
East High School. Freshman Truck Team: 'Varsity
Track Squad C25 C35 C453 Christian Association
Financial Drive C35 C453 German Club: Rochester
Clubp Lutheran Executive Committee C35 C-15.
'WILLIAM ELWOOD PEREIRA
2015 N. 3d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High'School. Northeast Club C15 C25 C35
C453 Glee Club C455 "Men about Towne" Club C452
Iinggigzcgg Show C455 Whitney Engineering Society
K ' -
WILLIAM WALTER PFLUG 2 n
'SB-ill" -SJ. sv
Lafayette St., 5Vhite Plains, N. Y. - u
WYhite Plains High School. Priestley Chemical
Society: Engineering Association.
CYRILI. HENRY PFOHL
117 Belews St.. Winston-Salem, N. C.
Tinsley Military Institute. Southern Club C29 KID'
Band V23 C37 C433 IHStI'LllI1Clll3lC1LIbC31 CA17.
JOHN DAVID PHILLIPS
3711 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa..
West Philadelphia High School. Band Clj C25 C35 C4Jg
Instrumental Club C453 Chapel Orgamst C31 C411
Arts Axociation CD CZD CBJ.
BERNARD JOHN MONAGHAN
2230 S. Broad St., Philudelpllizi, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School.
CHARLES MAXYVELL PLAISTED
"Blum" Z 11? E
Court St., Utica, N. Y.
Wellsboro High School. Sphinx Senior Society:
"Punch Bowl" C13 C2J, Art. Editor CSB, Editor-in-
Chief C413 Art Editor "Junior Annals" C355 Art
Board "Jubilee Barker" C215 Freshman-Junior
Committee C155 Sophomore-Freshman Luncheon
Committee C135 Sophomore Vigilance Committee:
Sophomore Smoker Committeeg Sophomore Ban-
quet Committee: Chairman Publicity Sophomore
Prom Committeeg Freshman-Sophomore Love-Feast
Committee: Steering Committee Junior Week C831
Franklin Society CD C25 C3D, Vice-President, C4D.
CHARLES PLOI-IN E A M HERMAN POLSS
"Clzarl1'e" 1021 lVIcKean St., Philadelphia, Pa.
240 VV, 981:11 St., New York, N. Y. Architecture
Clark Sg:hoo1. Swimming Squad C22 C31 C4jg Fresh-
mhan Swimming Team: Sophomore Dues Comnutteeg
ALFRED EASTON POOR A q, WILLIA3I'QUSTAVE PGRTER
35 E. 69th St., New York. N. Y. I 'Gifs' N .
A1-Chitecture 19 High bt., bouth Paris, Me. '
?:AgSi?5I1f1?:,.School. Architectural Society, Vice- South Paris High School. Wharton
FRANK HARDESTY PRAEGER
HSIIIIIIU 2 II, T B H
Washington, D. C.
Mcliinley Mnnunl High School. Capital City Cluh
Priestlcy Club: Whitney Engineering Society.
2522 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. "Towne Scientific
School Journal" C83 1433 Priestley Chemical Clubg
Engineering Associatiom University Dramatic
Society: Franklin Society C33 C433 Cadet Officers
Club C33 143.
HAROLD TI-IOMPSON PRENTZEL
i225 Copley Rd., Stonehurst, Upper Darby,
W'f'st Philuclclphin High School. Junior 'Varsity
Lax.-rosse Tcum 4233 Third 'Varsity Soccer Teuni
C33 H33 Methodist Conimittce 113 1333 Christian
Association Campaign Committee I23 C3331 Coun-
selor ut University Camp C23 C333 University
Settlement I-louse C13.
JOHN WALTON PRICE 9 X
3615 Locust St., Pliiladelphia, Pa.
West, Philadelphia High School. Friars Senior
Societyg Lacrosse Squad C233 Editor H1923 Class
Record": Undergraduate Council 1433 Freshman
Smoker Coinmitteeg Asiatic Night Committee i233
Junior Cane Comnxitteeg Junior Election Teller3
Episcopal Committee f13 I25 C33 i433 SGHJOF Cl?1SS
Luncheon Cornmittee3 West Philadelphia High
School Club, Vice-President 1333 Mask and Wig
Dancing Chorus "Tell-Tales" 133, Dancing Chorus
"Here's Howe" C433 Ivy Ball Ticket Committee.
JAMES TAGGART PRIESTLEY WILLIAM MORRIS PROPPER
3619 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 467 Lyceum Ave., Roxborough, Pa.
THOMAS MORGAN PRYTHERCH
3809 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
FRANCIS PATRICK QUIGLEY
328 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
Atlantic City High School. Scrub Football C21 L33
4431 Freshman Football QU: Freshman Crew Squad
C113 Swimming Squad: Newman Club 117 l2r f3l
1455 Atlantic City Club 1315 Whitney Engineering
Society IU: Electrical Engineering Society C13 H21
R333 Student Member, American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers. E
JACK RABOFF . ' A I' M CALVIN HAGAN RANKIN
1811 S. Broad St., Plnluclelplnu, Pa. "Cal" B 9 U, B 1' 2
Wharton 223 Buffalo St., Conneaut, Ohio
South Philadclpliin I-ligh Sc-hool. Mc-nornh Society. Wharton
Connenut High School. "Jubilee Barker" G33 3 Under-
graduate Manager Combined Musical Clubs lily.
NORMAN SOLOMON RAPOPORT
WILLL-131 NATHANIEL RANSOMZ O X "Rap"
"Nat ' "Rams 814 N. 7th St., Allentown, Pa.
3910 34th St., N. VV., Cleveland Park, D. C. . 'Wharton
VVhaI'lLOI1 Allentown Preparatory School. Lacrosse Team C255
Western High School, Washington, D. C. Lehigh-Northampton Club CBB, President 141.
ALBERT CORNELIUS RAYNER
"Al" T B II
1320 E. VVashington Lane, Germantown,
Germantown High School. Civil Engineering Society.
FRANK GEORGE RECKUS 9 A X
21 Oxford St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Hanover High School. Mansfield State Normnl
School. Football Team Q31 4415 NVrestling Team
1315 Freshman Football Team: Freshman Baseball
Team: Freshman Excrutive Committee: Freshman
Banquet Committee: Frcshman Cooperative Com-
mittee: Sophomore-Fra-sliman Banquet Commit-
tee C115 All-University Picture Committee C21 Q Musi-
cal Club 1213 Green Lane Campaign 121: Sophomore
Cremation Committee: .lunior Prom Games Com-
mitteeg 'Varsity Club: Newman Club C11 121 Q31
i415 Luzerne County Club 111 I21 C31, VicePresi-
CHARLES BECHDOLT REALEY
708 Blackshire Rd., Vililmington, Del.
Media. High School. F reshman-Sophomore Debate
Council C213 Philomathezm Society C11 621 Q31 141,
Treasurer C31, Scribe Q41, Editor "Garret Gazette"
C313 Deutsche Vert-ing Moderator Philomathean
LYLIQ ELLIS REPLOGLE
Yellow Creek, Pa. A
lfrunkliu and Marshall Academy. R. O. T. C.
Officers' Club: Cnptnin R. O. T. C. 141: Philo-
mnthean Society: Scnbbard and Blade: Christian
RALPH HARVEY REYNOLDS E N
WILLIAM REYNOLDS, Jn.
"Rolf" D "Bill"
ROXlJllry. N- Y- ' 114 Linden Ave., Rutledge, Pa.
ll harlon Civil Engineering
Junior .'Vursity Baskntlmll TL-:un 4,211 Grven Lune Southern High School. Civil Engineering Society.
Campaign llj Q21 K3J:Campus Jubilee C113 University
Settlcnment Work ill gill.
GORDON BELL PASSMAL RHOADS
4639 Hazel Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Freshman Basket-
ball Team: Freshman Baseball Team: Junior
'Varsity Basketball Team L25 C355 'Varsity Basket-
ball Team HJ.
CLAYTON SYLVESTER RICH
Q47 Rhode Island St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Griffith Institute, Springville, N. Y.
EARL KEEN RICKER A T A
2341 Woodford St., Portland, Maine
Exeter Academy. 'Varsity Crew Squad C253 Junior
'Varsity Crew C353 'Varsity Crew C453 Class Crew
C25 C35 C453 Crew Medal C451 Teller Committee:
Class Day Elections: Ticket Committee Senior
Banquet: 'Varsity Club.
WI LLIANI ERWVI N RIEMEN-
S C H N E I D E R
1509 5th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
DEALTON JOHNSON RIDINGS 9 A X
116 Ruskin Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
Syracuse Central High School. Henley Regatta
C353 Assistant Business Manager "The Pennsyl-
vanian" C15 C25 C35, Advertising Manager C453
Assistant Business Manager "Jubilee Barker":
Business Manager "Junior Annalsf' Wharton Dues
Committee C35: Alumni Home-Coming Committee
C253 Episcopal Committee C25 C353 Students Rela-
tions Committee 2.353 Faculty Lecture Committee
C353 Junior Lune eon Committee: Senior Class
Luncheon Committee: Syracuse Club C15 C25 C353
Senior Banquet Committee.
LEYVIS KERR RIMER A E fb
2239 Penn St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg High School. Suimming Team C35 C455
Freshman Debating Team: Sophomore Debating
Team, Cnptning Winner Dr. Thomas Biddle Trophy
SSO-yard Swimming Championship C355 Freshman
Debate Committee, Chairman: Sophomore Debate
Committee, Chairmang Debate Council C15, Vice-
President 125, President C35, Treasurer C-L5:
Grchestra. Committee C25: Green Lane "Kids
to the Country" Committee C251 Jubilee Committee
C25: Reformed Committee C35: Christian Encin-
tions Deputations C251 Zelosophic Society C15 C25
C35 C453 Dauphin County Club C15, President C253
Cast of "In the Zone" Cl5, "The New York Idea"
C25, "Charles Il" C35.
l C I,
RINGIL xp T
Three Tnns, Pa.
Episcopal Aeamlclny, Sphinx Sr-nior Sociz-tv:
Sm-rub Football Tumn filly 'Ynrsity Iioothnll Tunm
135: Manager Frcshnmn Tennis Tm-nm 129: Fresh-
man Football Tenmg Awovinte Editor H1923 Clow
Recorcl"g Vigilance Cornlnitlve 427: Chuirmnn
Sophomore Banquet Committee 121: Chairman
Punts Fight Committee 1233 .lnninr Week Steering
Committee C335 Vice-Clmirmain Students' Rclnlions
Commitvtec C371 Governing Bonrml llouston Club
C-U: Chief Counselor Linivf-rsily Cxunp Ml: Chris-
tian Association Cabinet HJ: Governing liourd
Franklin Society I-ll: Council on Athletics I-U:
President Senior Clnss: Chnirnmn Unmlcrzrudnntc
Council f4l:Episcopul Acmlr-my Club fl? C23 C33 fell.
President Gil: Committee on Welfare MJ.
Calle Amunalegui 253, Santiago, Chile
Colegio de los Sugrndos Corazoues. and Tokyo-
American School. Junior 'Varsity Soccer C333
Soccer Squad, 11,5 C25 C33 MJ: President Chilean
Students" Associationg Vice-President Latin-Amerv
can Students' Association.
WALTER M. RITTER
416 VV. Washington St., Sandusky, Ohio
HAROLD COOPER ROBERTS CID B K
Q31 W. Tulpehocken St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Abington High School. Classics Clnb f2l f3l i4l
RELPH ROBERTS A XII
1520 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Episcopal Academy. Friars Senior Society3 'Varsity
Club3 'Varsity Crew C23 C33 C433 Second Freshman
Crew3 Sophomore and Junior Class Crews C23 C333
Member of Championship Crew Spring Regatta
C133 Member of Championship Crew Fall Regatta
C33 C433 Sub-Chairman Junior Week Committee3
Senior.Dues Committee: 1923 Endowment Fund
Committeeg Senior Class Luncheon Committee:
Vice-President Episcopal Academy Club C333
Chairman Senior Luncheon Ticket Committeeg
Senior Honor Committee.
MALCOLM WHITTEMORE ROCKETT
"Malo" 'KJody" fir K XII
18 Mountainview St., Springfield, Mass.
Central High School. Dues Committee C233 Sopho-
more Prom COIHlDlttGCQ Provost Smith Commemo-
ration C233 Picture Committee C233 Chairman Music
Junior Prom: Cane Committee C331 Dormitory
Representative C333 lnterfraterliity Council Delc-
gate C33 C433 Jubilee Week Committee C333 Asiatic
Night Committee C233 Chairman Music Interim-
ternity Ball C43.
ABRAHAM ROBINSON A X Z
5649 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Alembic Chemical Society3
"Towne Soientic School Journal," Managing
Editor C433 "Men about Towne" Club. President
C433 Engineers Show C23 C33 C431 Priestley Club
Show C13 C23 C33 C433 University Dramatic Associ-
ation Production C33 C43.
"Pete" "Rodin 'sThe Slwilf'
Atocha 2-L, Ponce, Porto Rico
Ponce High School. University of Porto Rico.
Newman Cluh3 Le Cerclc Fmngaisg Spanish Club.
CHARLES CARROLL ROIILFING
"Charlie" A X A
East Orange, N. J.
NVcst Pliiladelpliin High School. 150-lb. 'Varsity
Crew C21 C335 'Varsity Crew C315 Junior 'Varsity
Crew 1335 Scrub Football Team 121: Junior 'Varsity
Football Squucl CSD: Member 150-lb. Intercollegiate
Crew Champions 137: Pipe Committee C215 'Varsity
Club: West Pliilaclclpliin High School Club.
SANFORD H. ROSE
11415 Durant Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
East Technical High School. Glee Club C433 Buck-
PAUL BOWMAN ROOT E -'D E
2124 Sassafras St., Erie, Pa..
Central High School. Business Manager H1923
Clues Rccorclf' Junior Prom Committee: Franklin
Society, Board of Managers.
MARVIN BIEYER ROSEN
446 William St., Buffalo, N. Y.
HARRINGTON JOHN ROSENBERGER ISADORE ROSENBLITH
"Jack" E N "Rosie"
Vllest St., Doylestown, Pa. 54 Spruce St., Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio
Doylcstown High School. Member Olfrccrs' Club. Ashtabula Harbor High School. Menorah Society
R. O. T. C. ID C23 C31 143: Buckeye Club 141.
, . . "Romsey"
1 f ' l , .
uALT?I2Sjl: ROSEINBLSH Acfcu 467 Broadway, Buffalo, N. Y.
3Q3 N. Walnut St., Union City, Indiana , , Wharton
xvharton Techmcul Hxgh-1School .of Buffalo. Track Squad C235
- I . U H I CFOSS-COUTIUD' bquad l-25: Freshman Crux-Countryg
mon my u xc 'xg . c oo. oosxcr u . 'res man e u mg enmg ym 3 ers .u L1 ,
U CtPblII hShlH Clb I' h Dbt T G Led 'Clbj
HOWARD ROSS E 3
4818 Frankford Ave., Philadelphizi, Pa.
Frankford High School.
PAUL ARTHUR ROTH E II! E
"Paulie" "Abc" K'Ham" "Gravy" "Pal"
251 Linden Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Buffalo Lafayette High School. Class Treasurer
C25: University Settlement-House NVork C15 C255
Chairman Wharton Ticket Committee C153 General
Chairman Sonhomore-Freshman Luncheon Commit-
tee C15 C25: Dues Committee C15 C25 C35 C-L5 7 Students'
Relations Committee C355 Columbia Ticket Com-
mittee C253 Poster Fight Committee C15 C255 Ban-
quet Committee C25 C355 University Dance Com-
mittee C35g Pants Fight Committee C15 C253 Flour
Fight Committee C253 Picture Committee C253
Class Luncheon Speakers Committee C355 Junior
Prom Ticket Committee C353 Luncheon Committee
C453 Scalp and Bladeg Senior Class Luncheon Com-
mittee: ,Basketball C15.
CLYDE C. RUTH Z T
104- Windsor Ave., Highlznncl Park, Phila-
delphia, Pa. I
West Pliilnclelpliin Iligh Sr-hool. "Towne Scientific'
Svhool Journal" C35 C452 Vice-President Civil
Engineering Society: Exec-utive Council Engineer-
ing Amoeintionp W1-st Pliilndclpliin High School
Club: As-sovinlv Mi-rnher Frnnklin Soc-iety: "Men
ubout Towne" Club.
EDWIN WISE ROTHSCHILD
1314 4-th Ave., Columbus, Ga.
Columbus High School, Junior Dues Committee:
Dormitory Representative Provost Smith: Southern
Club: Crew Squad C15 C25 C35 C-15.
JOHN MARSHALL ROYVE 9 X KENNETH GUY ROWNE
"Jack" "Ken" "Dulcen
90 Dartmouth St., Rochester, N. Y. 214 N . Martin St., TiU1SViUC, PH-
' Titusville High Schno
West High School. University of Rochester.
Rifle Squad f4J.
DANIEL THOMPSON ROYVND QD K XII
Pleasant Valley, Wheeling, W. Va.
Augusta Military Academy. Golf Team C21 1353
Winner of Fall Golf Tournament C235 Moonshiners'
Club, Vice-President CSJ: Daisy Club 145.
C. V. RUEGER
102 S. 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
JAMES A. HUGH B 9 II
413 N. Jefferson St., New Castle, Pu.
Staunton Military Academy. Freshmen Crewg.lunior
'Varsity Crow C25 CID: 'Varsity Crew Hb: Font-
lmll Team C23 C311 Chairman Teller Committcv:
Class Day Election: 'Varsity Club.
EDWARD WALTER RUPINSKI E A E
6lR7:p57 ICRMPEVY snEd!l
2836 W. 36th St., Chicago, Ills.
Tiltlen Technical High School. Architectural
Societyg Class Secretary and Treasurer C35 C453
Spanish Ball Construction Committee.
ORLANDO lllllt'l'I'lRD RITMBOLD
"0bl'r"' fl, 2 K
1052 Clinlon St., 'll0f'lZlWi1I'lCl1L, N. Y.
Nichols Prenarntory School, l3uiTzilo. N. Y. 'Varsity
Football Tmun C21 CFU: .luninr 'Varsity Football
Team C-19: Lacrosse Tmun C29 C33 HJ: Intercollegiate
Chmnpionship 'fiesnn C353 Freshman Football Tcmn
CID: Ifreslnnun Buskvtbnll Team CU: Scalp and
Blnrlc: 'Vnrsity Club.
JOHN REGINALD SABINA
902 S. 47th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Kings College School, London. England. Eta
Kappa Nu C3J C455 Swimming Squad C33 C495
Secretary of A. 1. E. E. C455 "Men about Towne"
Club C33 C435 Chairman Construction Committee
LEON SACKS A I' M
1145 S. 60th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Freshmen Foot-
lgillgseamg Southern Club: Menorah Society CD
IRVING LEONARD SAPERSTON
"Irvl' "Sup" "Sappy" Z B T
130 Dorchester Rd., Buffalo, N. Y.
"The Pennsylvanianu C11 C23 CBJ, Assistant Business
Manager C-13, First Assistant Business Manager
C133 Assistant Manager "Jubilee Barker" C213
Business Manager "Jubilee Barker" C315 Assistant
Manager "Junior Annals" C355 Freshmen Dues
Committee CD: Wharton Publicity Committee C215
Junior Dues Committee C395 Junior Week Refresh-
ment Committee C3Jg Junior Prom Ticket Com-
mittee C3J: Wharton Dues Committee C433 Senior
Picture Committee C-My Franklin Soc-iety C11 C25
HENRY SALVATORI A fb A
2133 McKean St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Secretary, Circolo
Italiano: A. I. E. E.: Play by Circolo Italiano C3D.
GEORGE BRANDON SAUL A E fb
Q Arts and Science
Onte-launee Vocational High. Executive Com-
mittee C3Jg Rhymcrs' Club C2l. President C31 C471
Classics Club C2J
CHARLES ALEXANDER SAYLOR, QD
"Bus" K E
1558 Mineral Spring Road, Reading. Pa.
Reading High School.
JOHN SCI-IELL E X
9 E. Union St., Somerset, Pa.
Somerset High. Sphinx Senior Society: Associate
Manager Basketball Team HJ: Manager Inter-
seholastic Bnsketbnll Tournament Q31 HJ: "The
Pennsylvnnian" Q25 135, Bnsinrss Mnnager Q-ljg
Christian Association, Cabinet C-U, Chairman
Committee on Special Meetings and Conferences
C415 Rally Committee C433 General Chairman
Junior Iiuncheons Committee CD: Chairman Junior
Vifeck Publicity Committee KSJ: Students Relations
Committee Q25 C31 L-Dg All-University Dnnce Com-
mittee llijg Sophomore Prom Committee 123:
Asiatic Night Committee C233 General Chairman
Gilkey Committee C-il: General Chairman Senior
Banquet Committee C-Hg Franklin Society 121 C35
i433 Board of Managers C4J.
WILLIAM EDWARD SCANLAN E N
112 Walnut St., Johnstown, Pa.
Johnstown High School. Freshman Cooperative
Committee Q33 Secretary Inter-Dormitory Council
l1J:.Clnss Xicc-Presiclent 123: General Chairman
.Innmr Banquet Committee L3l: President Wharton
ghlgolchifgemoeisition H13 Presiclent Open Hearth
EVERETT JOSEPH SCHENK
Camden, S. C.
Camden High School.
PHILIP HENRY SCHLOSBERG XII T HENRY FREDERICK SCHMITZ
41 Carleton St., Portland, Maine 22 Liberty St., Auburn, N. Y.
Exeter. Entered from Bowdoin CZD. Editor H1923 Auburn Academic High School. Assistant Manager
Class Record." Rifle Team C23 C335 Central New York Club.
ALBERT HARTMAN SCHOELL
4524 N 19th St Philadelphia, Pa..
-. N 7 4 - . ., V
NATH51?i'rte.lpSl:,PH bCHhEIDER School of Education
- - Nth tH'l Sl l. Shmre Honorsg
1911 N- 31st S1-, Pllllfldelphlfl, PH- Y Piorkleiixs Epsaiifi Kiilixliclxemnticqsp xaffernim 1.251
villa-l't0l1 Phi Delta Kappa.. Tau Chapter C315 Education
Central High School. Clubg Northeast High School Club.
EDWARD JOHN SCIIROEDER K E
1748 Holyoke Ave, Cleveland, Ohio
University School. Junior Prom Ticket Conunittce
Glee Club i215 Musk :mal Wig Show C27 f3j,
LEON JACOB SCHWAB, Jn.
4405 Lindell Blvd., Sf. Louis, Mo.
Jackson Academy, St. Louis, Mo.
IRVING SCHUGAM E A M
Norfolk, Va. VVharton
Maury High School. Freshman Rifie Team:
Iiumnwt Committee C21 1375 Sophomore Prom
Committee, Asiatic Night Committee C233 Dues
Committee C23 Gil: Junior Week Committee:
Wharton Assof-iatiou Dues Committee 137 MJ:
Ivy Ball Committee: YVhurton Smoker Committee
Q23 1333 Sophomore Freshman l.ovc-Feast Com-
mittee: President Viriziniu Club 127 C315 Alctheo-
5853 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. -
West Philadelphia High School.
I A i -xxxfwwm
THEODORE L. SEDWICK Z X
2249 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Technical High. Purdue University. Third
'Varsity Crew I-13: Instrumental Club f3J MJ:
Hoosier Club C23 IBD I45.
HORACE JAY SELIG E fi? E
920 N. 16th St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Central High School. 'Varsity Fencing
Squad C22 Q35 K-133 Assistant Manager Fen:-ing
Team C333 Christian Association Tellers' Committee
C215 Zelosophice Soviety KD, Secretary f2J, Treasurer
132, President MJ: University Dramatic Club i235
Cerrfle Francais CU: Spanish Club C233 Program,
Arts Jollification i339 Casts of Zelosophic Literary
Society plays: "The Wonder Hat" KD, "Potpourri,
1920" 623. "The New York Idea" K2J, "The
Merry Monarch" 135.
RALPH SHERVVOOD SEELEY
Gunnery School. Nutmeg Club 137 143.
LESTEIE HOADLEY SELLERS A NI'
Glenn Rd., Ardmore Pa.
Arts and Science
Lower Marion High School. Rifle Team 125: Fresh-
man Rifle Team QD: Whitney Engineering Society
1233 Rifle Club QD 125.
1510? E. Dauphin Sl.. Philadelphia. Pa.
School of Erluezition
Nortlienst- High Srhool. Pliilzulolpliin Normal
MORRIS N. SHAEFFER db E II
5-L98 Hays St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Peabody High School. 'Varsity Basketball Team
C455 Junior 'Varsity Basketball Team fill 131:
'Varsity Baseball Team ISD: Cremation Speaker:
JOHN WI-IERRY SI-IADLE, Ju.
"Doc" II K A
S11 McKean St., Kitlarming, Pa.
Kittnnning High School.
CLINTON HUGH SHATTUCK B 9 II
336 VV. Culver, Phoenix, Ariz.
West Division High Si-hool of Milwaukee, Wise.
Friars Senior Soviety: Beta Gamma Sigma, Presi-
clentg Track Team GJ CBJ K-LJ. Letter in 133, 145,
Numeruls in C153 Chuirman of Committee on Faculty
Foreign Students' Relations: President Spanish Club
f3l: 'Varsity Club.
JOHN VVILLIAB1 SHEEHAN GEORGE AUGUST SHELLAS, JR.
"Bill" 4-18 Stuyvesant Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
282 Essex St., Bangor, Maine lvharton
lVl12L1'tOH Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pants' Fight
Bangor High School. Maine Club, Newman Club.
ALBERT BERKELEY SHERNIAN
"General" "G. S." A T Q
Mercersburg Academy. Southern Club C25 C35 C453
Virginia Club C25, Vice-President C355 Mercersburg
Club C25 C351 Associate Editor "Penn and Ink
Column," "The Pennsylvanianl' C45.
Committee C255 Zelnsophic Literary Society.
DAVID JAY SHLENKER
2511 Caldwell Ave., Birmingham, Ala.
Central High School, Birmingham. Ala.
PHILIP SCOFIELD SHOEMAKER ISERTRAM B. SHRIER
1100 Spruce St., Philarlelphiu, Pa.. "Bert"
Wharton 2508 Derbyshire Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
lrlzist High School, Cleveland. Christian Associ-
ntum Dues Crmunittou- fill: Dormitory House
GEORGE ROGERS SIDWELL
FRANK SIANO 27 Orchard St., Port Jervis, N. Y.
ffpmnkov Mechanical Engineering
' ' '2 1. PtJ 'H'lShl.S 'hClbC2J:Cdt
930 Nrountam St" Phllalg-?lRlfE' la - Olilicergrglfub lil fgjfgtuclelanliranch A. I. Eli E.
W1 ngmeermg CD f2Jg Whitney Engineering Society MJ: First
South Philadelphia High School. Civillingineering Sergeant, R. O. T. C. IU, Second Lieutenant C27,
Society. First. Lieutenant 133. Captain C-D.
JOHN WALTER SIKORA E A E
Oak St., Boonton. N. J.
Boonton High School.
DAVID G. SKALL fb E H
1387 E. Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio
University School, Cleveland. Freshman Banquet
Committee: Wharton Association Committee I-Q:
Dues Committee 117 C27 633: Freshman-Sophomore
VV. LEWIS SIMPSON K E
3900 Wlalnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
VVest Philadelphia High School. Freshman Base-
ball Team: 'Varsity Baseball Team C31 K-ij: Scrub
Football Team C25 f3J C-LJ: Freshman Smoker
Committee: Dartmouth Trip Committee: Sopho-
more Vigilance Committee: Junior Prom Publicity
Committee: Attorney, Sophomore Cremations:
West Philadelphia High School Club: Assistant
Manager Wrestling Team 435, Manager I-lj:
Intercollegiate Wrestling Association: Member of
American Olympic Association.
17 Martin St., Rochester, N. Y.
East High School. Rochester Club: Menorah
CEDRIC VIVIAN SMITII
"C. V." "f'f'rl" "Snzz'Ily"
59 Pillolt Pl., West Orange. N. J.
Gaston Strr-et High Sclmul. Privslluy Chcniicnl
EMANUEL AINSYVORTH SMITH
7020 Wloodland Ave., Philaclelpbiag Pa..
Woodbine High School. Woodbine. N. J.
COOPER SNIITH Z XII
6700 lviSS11lIiCl'i0ll Ave., GCFll1ZLl1t0XX'Il. Pa.
St. Puul's Sr-hnol, Concord, N. H. llorzkc-y Team
C21 133 C-IJ: Class Crew Ill: Assistant Manager
Iimwlmll Tnmll Gil: Assoviaue Manager Baseball
'll-uni 145: Sophomore: l-'rom Cornmittc-vc Christian
Association Jnlnilvv Commitloc- C253 Ivy Ball
Putrones-4 Connnittec: St.. Pnu1's S1-howl C'lub 613.
FRANK LESTER SMITH A E fb
H05 Powell St., Norristown, Pa..
Norristown High School.
JAMES ROSE SMITH A T A
Lone Oak Rd., Paducah, Ky.
Culver Military Academy. Teller, Junior Elections
C353 Music Committee, .Junior Prom C355 Culver
Club C15 C25 C35 C45: Southern Club C25 C35 C455
Kentucky Cluh C35 C45.
LAWRENCE MQEREDITH CLEMSON
SMITH fb K E
Deepdale Rd., Stradord, Pa.
Haverford School. Phi Kappa Beta Junior Society:
Sphinx Senior Society: Freshman Football-Manager
C355 "The Pennsylvnnianf' Night Editor C15,
Associate Editor C25 C35, Editor C451 Chairman
Publicity Committee, Junior Promg Merzbacher
Club: Haverford School Club: Mask and Wig
Clubg First Chorus, Mask and Wig Show C25 C35 C-15.
JOSEPH J. HARRISON SMITH
"Smitty" E H, A K K
231 Reed Ave., Monessen, Pa.
Monessen High School. Secretary, First-Year
Medical Class C453 Zelosophic Literary Society
C25 C353 University Dramatic Club C25.
M.ERLE EUGENE SMITH
Rockwell City, Iowa.
Rockwell City High School. Wrestling Team C25
C35, Captain C-L55 Freshman Wrestling Team:
135-lb Middle A. A. U. Champion C253 Novice
Championship, 1-15-lb Clam C15: University Cham-
pion, 15S-lb. Claw C353 Presbyterian Committee
C35 C451 Chalnel Committee. Junior Week C353
Personal Wor' Committee C-153 President Presby-
terian AH'i1iat.e Club C453 Iowa Club C15 C25 C35,
President C453 University Settlement House C155
Reading Deputntion: Chester Depntation.
NICOL HAMILTON SMITH
UN'l'Ck" A X IS, 'I' B II, E E
3036 N. 7th St., Pliiludelphin. Pu.
Northeast High School. Sophomore Honors:
,Priestley Chemical Society.
253 S. 36th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
RISGINALD A. SMITI-I fb 22 K
I-L09 E. Grantham Ave., Sl. Paul. Minn.
North Central High Sc-hool. Spokane, Wash. Scrub
I"uot,bull Team C21 131: Junior 'Varsity Football
Team I-U: Freshman Football Team: H1923 Class
Iles-md" Board: Rocky Mountain Club 111 Q2l 1333
Master of Archives 133: Senior Pir-ture Com-
FRANCIS SLAUGIITER SMYTH
"Fas" KID K N11
2117 Spruce St.. Plliladelphia, Pa.
Germantown Academy. Freshman Football
Squad: Freshman Track Team: 'Varsity Track
Team 123, Squad C313 'Varsity Swimming Squad
C415 Chairman Wharton Committee Christian
Association Drive 4235 Gilkey Meetings Committee
1455 Ticket Committee, Ivy Ball QLD.
xiwilx 1 W l
' i I il i i
i ' 3
LEONARD ROGERS SNYDER
Elkins Ave., Elkins Park, Pa.
Cheltenham High School., ,
GEORGE NELSON SOEDER A X I
834 S. Cecil St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1
' Chemical Engineering
West Philadelphia High Sc-hool. "Towne Scientific-
Sehool Journal" Board.
GEORGE SAMUEL SOBEL T A db
2904 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
Temple Preparatory School. Scrub Football Team
C23 i315 Track Squad C-ily Second Place, Discus
Throw, Spring Handicaps 1455 Junior Dues Com-
initteep Junior Banquet Comniitteeg Vifharton
Association Dues Committee 045: Rocky Mountain
Club ill 125.
LELAND FANNING SPALDING A X P
Q73 Indiana Ave., Providence, R. I.
Technical High Sehool. 'Varsity' Football Squad
123: Suimming Squad 135: Sophomore Prom
Committee: Green Lane Committee: Cremation
.XFYSIIHEDIOIIIS Cnrumittee: Sophomore-Freshman
Love-Feast Connuuttee: Junior Class Dues Com-
mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Christian
Association Drive Teller, VVharton Association
EDWARD GAINES SPEARS B 6 I1
307 Lindsay St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
McCallie School. Frzshman Football Team: Scrub
Football Team C21 Ml: Jubilee Comlnittee L11 till:
Wharton Dues Committee t2J t3J Q-ll: Junior Lunch-
eon Committee: Mask and Wig Club, Secretary HJ:
Mask and YVig Show C22 Gil 1-lj.
JOHN HUNTER SPEICHER A T S2
Somerset, Pa. ,
Blair Academy. Second 150-lb. Crew f3J: Asiatic
Night Committee 125: Dues Committee C23 GD:
.fhnior Week Committee i373 Tellers' Committee
MORRIS HARIIY SPECTOII
3846 Kensington Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High Svliool. Asiatic- Night Committee
C233 Yigilnnz-is Committee 627: Spanish Clulmg
AARON HOSTETT ER SPENCER 9 X
Franklin and Marshall Academy. .-krellitectural
Soriety L-LJ, Treasurer QLD: Assistant Art Editor
H1923 Class Record" Q-Og Architectural Class, Vice-
President C13 , Ser-rotary-Treasurer CPD. President Q-U3
Treasurer Student Body Association,Architectural
School f-ii: Sec-onrl Frank Miles Day Prize 121.
THEODORE NELSON SPENCER
906 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
lVest Philadelphia High School. "Men About
Towne" Club: Whitney Engincering Society:
Dancing Chorus Engineers' Show K-ll.
3745 Locust St., Pliilaclelpliia, Pa.
FRANK SPENO, JR.
Ithaca, N. Y.
ROBERT EARL STAFFORD E X
2405 N. llfleridian St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Shortridge High School. Purdue University. Swim-
ming Squad kill Q33 145: "Punch Bowl" CD G37 C471
Art Editor "Red and Blue" Q-LJ: "Jubilee Barker"
121: Art Editor, "Junior Annals" f3Jg Hoosier Club.
GEORGE LESLIE STARK WII,Ll.'iNl FRANCIS STARSINIC
"Jack" 596 S. Srl St., Sleclton, Pa.
1713 Grande Ave., Cartilage, Mo. lVhzu'ton
A 4 Y5'llI1l'l0ll Gr-orgmuwn University. Newnizm Club: Field
Dover High School. Sfrcrm-tary, Fc-:lc-ration of College Catholic Clubs.
QS03 Queen Lane, Germantown, Pu.
Penn Charter School. Temporary Class Secretary
C155 Permanent Class Secretary C155 Banquet Coni-
mittee C15 C353 Vigilance Committee C15 C255 Sopho-
more Ball Committee C255 Junior Prom Committee
C353 Soccer Squad C25 C353 Class Soccer C25 C359
Third Soccer Tearu C251 Baseball Team C155 Tennis
Team C25 C35 C451 President, Tennis Association.
CHARLES GORMLEY STEHLE
9 X, A X E
5010 Penn St., Philadelphia. Pa..
Frankford High School. Alembic Chemical Societyg
Priestley Chemical Society, Treasurer C25, Execu-
livc Committee C45.
HENRY STERN WVALTER G. STERN
4606 Westminister Pl., St. Louis, Mo. 4606 Westminster Pl., St. Louis, Mo.
Soldan High School. Washington University. Soldan High School, Washington University.
ROBERT BLAIR STEWART
501 Whashington St., Huntingdon, Pa.
Huntingdon High School. Svruh Foothall Team
121 C431 Huntingdon County Club.
MILTON DONALD STILES
717 S. Main St., Athqns, Pa.
.-Xlhons High School.
l- N- 5'l'l'l'l'ILl9ll K 23 YICILNON IilGlCl,UW H'I'0I'l,"l"l'IIl E A I-I
:tNf'Plff" , - . "Slqf" "Sl1url.-I"
1311 Cloveluml Avo.. XXNUIIIIRSIIILQ, Pu. IHII3 i.'liI'lon Rd., C'lm'4:Iuml,OI1i0
Rvnslimr High Snhnul.
JOHN ICDWARD STRAIN E fl' IC
5030 Cedar Ave, Pllilzulclplliu, Pu.
Clllllflil lgliuh Sl'h'nul. .lfriurx HL-ninr Sm-i4-Ly: Huxu-
on Somor Mllgllllflfflllll Snvuftyz Umlvrgrmlunlo
Zfuunuil 1425 Chuirnmn .luniur W4-uk Smoker CID:
Whitncy lf,mzinm-rim: Society, Sc-cramry-'l'rv:murm'
FD, I'l'rrrsirAlvIlt f-D: Mxmk und Wig C'luIy fiijg Glen:
lluh ISSJ: ElllLilU!1'l'Bv Slmw C23 GH.
lfuivc-rr-ily Hvhuul. Amlvvrtinimz Nlilllllllfl' "NZM
IHHHH lhr0nr4l" HJ: Huplurmmrn- Prom
QLD: .Iuuiur l'rom C'ummiLt4'1' 11115 Nlxmllllwr Musivnl
iflulm Wugruln Hb: hllUllllLl'l' Hymplmny im-In-afru
C-H: 1xNNIll'iIl'l' Munmzvr ffra-xv Iitl.
CIIARLICS VlC'l'0R H'I'lIAl,l'IY A DJ fl'
Ripley, W. Vu.
Hiplr-y Ilifgh Nvhuol.
DONALD WILLIAM STRAN G 9 A X
13919 Lake Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Culver Military Academy. 'Varsity Polo Team
CBJ C415 Junior Prom Committee CBJQ Sophomore
Cremations C235 Sophomore Prom Committee 4217
Freshman Banquet Committee CD: Poster Fight
Committee CD: Acting Manager Polo Team i273
Culver Club: Buckeye Clubg Cleveland Club.
HOBART AUGUSTUS STROUP A E fb
368 E. Main St., Bradford, Pa.
Bradford High School. Track Squad C3J MJ: Dues
Committee QD 123: Sophomore Prom Committee:
Junior Prom Committee: Banquet Committee KU:
Asiatic Night Committee 6274 Smoker Committee
WILSON HOLLOWAY STREETER
5 E. Kingsbridge Rd., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
William Penn Charter School. Priestley Chemical
Societyg Engineering Society.
FERDINAND HOWARD STROUSE
123 West r Gravers Lane, Chestnut Hill,
Germantown High School. Spanish Club C332
Gerniantown High School Club.
WILLIAMQLINUS SULLIVAN PAUL DILWYN SUMMERS fb A O
"Bill" 354 Park Sl., Walla Walla, Wash.
137 N. 6th Sl., Olcan, N. Y. Wharton
lYllI1Il0l'l Walla Walla High Svlmol. University of Vlfasliiiig-
Olezm High Snllrml. N1-wmim Club. ton. Polo Team Gil 4-ll: 150-lb. 'Varsity Crew f3l:
.Iuninr Prom Cnmmittm-3 Rocky Mmmtuin Club.
THORLAF MAURITZ SUNDT II K A
1900 Sth St East Las Vevas N Mew
STANLEY ROSKAM SUNDH1-:IM " ' U l AgCgite'Cgu,,,
612 S- 341th St-i 'philadelplliav Pa- ' East Las Vegas High School. University of New
lvharlnn Mexico. Architectural Society.
THOMAS WILLIAM SWVEENEY
"Tom" KID E K
400 WC. 153d St., New York, N. Y.
Dwight Preparatory School. 150-lb. Crew C133
Cooperative Committee C133 Asiatic Night Com-
mittee C233 Luncheon Committee C233 Vigilance
Committee C233 Junior Prom Committee3 Wharton
Association, Chairman Election Committee C33,
Dues Committee C33.
GEORGE WILLIAM TAYLOR B F E
5033 Saul St., Philadelpllia, Pa.
Frankford High School. Sophomore Honors:
Senior Honors: Frankford High School Club,
President C333 Debate Council C233 Philomatheun
Literary Society, Treasurer C23, First Censor C33,
Chairman Play Committee C23 C33 C433 Playshop
Cast: "Irish Players," "The Tempest," "Old
Fortunutusf' "Bound East for Cnrdiff3" University
Dramatic Club C33 C43 Cast: "Mrs Bumpstoad-
VICTOR VALENTINE SWEENEY
"Vic" 112 K NI'
Shaw High School. Freshman Football Teamg
'Varsity Football Squad C23 C331 Junior 'Varsity
Football Team C431 Lacrosse Squad C333 Editor
"The Pennsylvaniann C33 C433 Class Secretary C23,
Treasurer C433 Toastmaster Freshman-Sophomore
Love-Feast C233 Banquet Committee C333 Dues
Committee C-133 Luncheon Committee C433 Editorial
Board, "Red and Blue" C433 Class Prophet3 Toast-
master Senior Banq uet.
MACY ORVILLE TEETOI-l A X P
Hagerstown High School. Swimming Squad C133
Campus Jubilee Committee C13 C231 Chairman
Miclwinter Frolic Program Committee C23: Junior
Prom Committee: Musical Club C13 C23 C33 C-133
Leader Instrumental Club C333 University Band
C13 C23 C33 C433 Symphony Orchestra C431 "Men
about Towne" Club: Hoosier Club, Engineers'
Show C13 C233 YVhitncy Engineering Society C13.
LAUREN IIALSTEAD TIIAYER I! U 11
' ' La fry' '
332 lfl. Lincoln Avo., New Castle, Pu.
New Czlstlv High Sc-hool. .'xSSl5lllllt. Maximizer
Fencing Team QBJ. Munugcr Q-U: Blush- Crunmittcr-
ill: Sophornoro Prom Cl0lllUlliUfUQ .-Xrc'liilor'ts'
Bull Comnnttec lvfl l-O: Clllllflllllll Ars-liitvvturul
Entertmnnicnt Ciminiiltvc 131: Inslrumvutul Club
Executive ClIU1ll1ltiPf' K-U, Luiulvr C-ll. Prc-sim,lvnl
C-U: Symphony Orvliostru l-IJ: Vnivm-rsity llzuul ill.
PAUL WALTER THOMAS H X
Q17 S. 513k St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Glen Club f2j Q31
C-U: Mask and YVig Dancing Chorus C23 135 C453
Musical Clubs: Mask and Wig Club: Frcshnmn
Cheer Leader: 'Varsity Song Loader C-ll.
FRANK PRI+INTlCI'I THOMAS K 23
1220 S. Main Sl., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Hopkinsville High School.
MILLARD CRUISE THOMPSON A T Q
Johnson City, Tenn.
Fitzgerald and Clark School. Trinity College.
giniaor 'Varsity Football Team IBD C-IJ: Southern
O. STUART THOMSON, JR. fb B K
5221 Catherine Sf., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. "Junta" Editorial
Board 143:.Physics Club, President 113 1233 Philo-
mathean Literary Society 183 1435 Rhymers' Club
133 143: Der Deutsche Verein 1435 Naturalist's Field
Club 133 143.
JOHN COCHRAN TH URMAN
. "Big John"
3603 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Sphinx Senior Societyg Freshman Football: 'Varsity
4 All American Tackle 1922
Football 123 133 1 33 ' g
'Varsity Track Team 133 143: Point Winner I. I.
A. A. A. A. 143.
ROBERT WILLIAM THOMSON Acfxenx
573 W. Elm St., Lima, Ohio.
Tennessee Military Institute.
JAMES KLINE TITLOW A X A
127 W. Greenwich St., Reading, Pa.
Reading High School. Track Squad 133 143: Asso-
ciate Editor H1923 Class Record" 1435 Dues Com-
mittee 133 143: VVharton Dues Committee 133 143:
XVharton Association Election Teller 133 1-13:
Junior Week Committee: Chairman Picture Coni-
mittee 133: Luncheon Committee 133 1433 Class
Executive Committee 1433 Berks County Club,
Treasurer 123 133.
LOUIS TONG KONOGY E 'I' 'll
4-31 S. 56th St., Pliilarlelpliiu, Pa.
1Vcst. Plxiluflclplxin High School. Junior Cum.-
Committcc 131: Ari-lxitcvturnl Cla.-Ls 1-Iistorinn C15
125 C31-GU: Clllllflllllfl Arvllitr-vturzll Class Vigzilnnco
LOUIS A. TORRACA
Q7 Hoyt St., Danbury. Conn.
Danbury High School. Gym Leader: Circ-plc
Italiano, Secretary 1315 Whitney Engineering
J. R. VENDRELL TORO fb X .X
3 Amor St., Ponce, Porto Rico
Pom,-c High School.
FRANK M. TRAVALINE, JR. A fb A
1117 S. 4th St., Camden, N. J.
Camden High School. Camden High School Club,
President!-11: Clrcololtalianog Gym Leaders' Clubg
University Band C17 f2J C83 C-173 Musical Clubs C-13.
GEORGE G. R. TRAVIS
Travis Heights, Tulsa, Okla.
Tulsa. High Sr-hool. Rocky Mountain Club.
THEODORE TURK 111 E .X
208 Wyoming SL, Bluefield, W. Va..
Beaver High School. NVrestling Squad C233 Sopho-
more Cremations Committee: Junior Prom Com-
mitteeg Dues Committee HJ: Moonshincrs Club
LAWRENCE RAMSER TRIMBLE
"Laffy" "D0ug,' A T Q
1212 Qd St., Moundsville, VV. Va.
Qggnundsville High School. Manager Golf Team
ANDREXV G. UNCAPHER 9 A X
184 Washington Ave., Vandergrift, Pa.
Culver Military Academy. Freshman-Sophomore
Love-Feast Committee KU: Cane Committee ISSJ:
MILTON EARI-IART UNCA1'l'IlC1l, Jn.
"Unk" "K1cf1g1r" 0 A X
18-L Washington Ave., Ynnclergrift. Pn.
Culver Military Arnclmny. Pipu Gnninittw: Ill:
Sophomore Prom Conimitlr-v: C'uIvcr Cluh.
STORM VANDERZEE dv K N11
45 Washington Rd., Springfield, Mass.
Central High School. Asiatic Night Committee
1215 Mask and Wig Show C22 C33 K-ij: Mask and Wig
Club C33 Gijg Musical Clubs 133.
LLOY D JOH N SON VAI L
Greenwich Iligh School
CHARLES WILLIAMS VAUGHAN
505 WV. Market St., Cartersville, Ga.
Cartersville High School. Glee Club 141.
2 fb E
LOUIS JOSEPH VENUTO MAXWELL EUGENE VERLIN
"Leif HVenoot" I I 8042 Eastwick Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
600 E. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, I - VVha.1'ton
Chemlcal Englneermg west Philadelphia High School. Menorah Soeietyg
Central High School of Philadel hia. Priestley
Chemical Society C13 123 131 143 Sight-Singing
gj University Band Ill f2J f3j 141.
MILTON SEEKINGS VINE 2 112 E
JULI0 VIGHfDfXVILA , I 151 Washington Highway, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ave., Indepenclencla 9, Mexico City, Mex. Wharton
Archllevture Baseball Squad UD: Class Dues Committee C113
University of Florida. Philomathean Literary Wharton Dues Committee 1115 Scalp and Blade
Society: Le Ccrcle Frnnqaisg Spanish Club. Sc-vretnry 145.
Naradhip Rd.,- Bangkok, Sialn
Cascarlilla School, Itlmen, N. Y. Le Corvle Frnnqais
113 i251 Instrumental Club I-LJ.
DONALD CALVERT XYAGNER
"Don" "Wag" "Hans" E fir E, E T
717 N. Front St., Reading, Pa. I
Reqding High School. 'Varsity Crew CBJ C455
'Varsity Club: Civil Engineering Society: Berks
County Clubg Hexagon Engineering Society.
J. FREDERICK VOLLMER E, A E
3760 N. Bouvicr St.. Philudelpllia, Pa,
Northeast High Svhool. Junior 'Varsity Soccer
Team gJg'V:1rsity Soccer Team C33 M55 Sophomore
Dues ommittecg Senior Lunc-hcon Ticket. Coni-
niiltce: 'Vnrsity Club.
vs'1LLr?w1Z,if:cK WPQGNER 2 N
1111 s. oth st.. 'mfg inure, Ind.
I-I. FREW WAIDNER Z N, B 1' E
2408 Roslyn Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Baltimore City College. Freshman Crewg 'Varsity
Crew C23 C33 C431 Associate Editor H1923 Class Re-
cord" Board C435 Freshman Banquet Cominitteeg
Sophomore Ball Ticket Cemmitteeg Junior Prom
Ticket Conimittee5 Social Service Committee C433
Senior Dues Committeeg Chairman Interfrnternity
Scholastic Cup Committee C435 Chairman Christian
Association Dormitory Committee C435 Chairman
Wharton Senior Insurance Committee: 'Varsity
Club5 Franklin Society: Marshal Football Rallies5
Chief Counsellor University Camp C435 Sphinx
HOWARD PRATT WALL
'iPralt" N, E T, A X E
119-L S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Episcopal Academy. Secretary Sigma Tau Hono-
rary Engineering Fraternity C435 Alelnbic Chemical
Soeietyg "Men about Towne" Club: Priestley
Chemical Society, Show C33 C-13, Treasurer C435
Instrumental Club C13 C23 C33 C-13: Undergraduate
Musical Club C33 C435 Engineers' Show C33 C43.
HENRY WILLIAIVI WALKER 9 X
7010 Pennsylvania Ave., Bywood, Pa.
Swarthmore Preparatory School. Vice-President
Engineering Association C435 Plays Committee
Engineers' Shows C33 C435 Mask and Wig Club C33
C435 "Men about Towne" Club C23 C33 C435 Whitney
Engineering Society C13 C23 C33 C435 Combined
Engineers' Society C13 C23 C33 C435 Mask and Nvig
Dancing Chorus C23 C335 Engineers' Show C13 C2-3
C33 C-135 Hexagon Engineering Society.
EDWIN R. WALLACE CP E K
"Eddie" "Wally" "Baldy"
Monroe St., Stroudsburg, Pa.
Stroudsburg High School. Assistant Manager La-
rrose Team C33, Manager C-135 Sophomore Prom
Committee5 Sophomore Cremations Committee.
WILLIAM HOGAN WARD THOMAS WILSON WARDLE 2 fb E
3900 Walnut St., Plxilaclelphia., Pa. "Rell" "Tom"
Wlmrlon 357 Owen Avo., Lallsdowue, Pa.
Fppcr Dnrby High School. Junior Weak Song-Frst
Crmnnittcc: Vice-Prvsirlr-111 of lfnclcrgrauluatc Glve
' I H72 Glcc Club l 2 I3 MJ: Sunshine
Chu 1 I l J J
Qunrtc-ltc HJ 127 fill.
JAMES ROLAND WARE fb B K . v
I --Ji,,Z,,w-v EDWIN COULBODRN WARFIELD
1709 Filmore St., Camden, N. J. , Wflrf Lddw
College Westmmlster, Md. l I U
Camden High School. Sophomore Honors: Classic Electrical Engmeermg
Club, Secretary l2J, Treasurer 137, President GD. VS'estcrn Maryland High School.
WILLIANEZ J. A. WATT Z X
"Bi " .
911 Delmont Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.
Schenectady High School. Associate Editor H1923
Class Record" C413 Franklin Society.
DEAN JEWELL WELIB A '1' S2
45 Upton St., Battle Creek, Mich.
Battle Creek High School. Banquet. Committee Ill! :
Senior Dues Committee.
JOSEPH WEINTROB Z T fir
44 N. Rhode Island Ave., Atlantic City,
Atlantic City High School.
502 Bond St., Elizabeth, N. J.
Buttin High School. Dues Committee ill.
HENRY WILLIAM WENDT
Gloucester, N. J.
Gloucester High School. "'l"oxync Scientific School
.lourm1l:" ".Iuntog" Dramatic Club: YVhx!.ney
Engineering Society: Philonmthcun l.1Ler:iry Society.
YVILLIANI NORRIS YVESTCGTT
704-3 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Chemistry-Towne Scientific School
Germantown High School. Glee Club C425 Priestley
Chemical Society CD 125 C31 C435 Germantown,
High School Club.
1016 S. 51st St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Baseball Squad C233 Glee
EDWARD STERN WEYL
"Edu II M E, 'P B K
6506 Lincoln Drive, Philadelphia., Pa.
Germantown High School. Freshman-Sophomore
Debate Committee fill: Philomathean Literary
Society C33 143, Scribe f4J: Physics Club Gil:
Rhymers' Club Gil C433 Phi Beta Kappa. Gig
Germantown High School Club.
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EDYVARD XVHEELER A T A, E T GEORGE ALDRIDGE YVHITLEY E N
5806 Pine St., Pliiladelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior
Society: Hexagon Senior Engineering Society:
'Varsity Crew C25 CD, Cuptnin C-IJ: Vlfuter Polo
C4J: Class Vice-President 1335 Glec Club
. 4 .
WADSWORTH WHITTIER B 9 H
73 N. Arlington Ave., East Orange, N. J.
East Orange High School. Jubilee Committee
KU C255 Sophomore Proin Connniltcvp Wharton
Dues Committee 623: Junior Prom Coimniltcce.
189 Barrington St., Rochester, N. Y.
East High School. Associate Manager Polo Team
CARLOS KEEN EY WIEST
Richland, Pa. V 1
Rim-hlund High School. Albright College. President
Dormitory Governing Committee C451 Zelosoplue
Literary Society, Treasurer 435. Nice-President HJ.
EYVINGS E. VVILLCOX A T Q HARRISON BRAINERD YVILLIARIS
uliobl' "DMC" "W-ill" X A A
138 23d St., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 7 Murray St., Binghamton, N. Y.
College E Wharton
Temple High School. Rico Instituto. University Blnglmlmon Central H-lgh Sflmnl-
PHILIP TUTTLE WILLIAMS A T A
3917 McKinley St., Washington, D. C.
Central -High School. 'Varsity Crew f2J GD C415
Subiflhairniiin Junior Prom' Committee: Dues
Committee M15 Southern Clubg Capital City Club'
W. KENNETH VVILLIAMS
401 Brooks '
3 , i iv
X !l,lNNK X !,l.
.,l,-, .Al Yi.
ORV AL ELBERT WILLIAMSON 9 A T
1113 Olney St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Arsenal Technical Schools. Architectural Society:
Chairman Class Executive Committee: Spanish
Ball Construction Committee.
JAMES RENNIE WILSON E dv E
92844 Wisconsin Ave., Washington, D. C.
Los Angeles Polytechnic. George NVashington
University. Gym Team KU f2J C31 MJ: President
Junior Architects: Architects Honor Committee:
Chairman Sniock Committee IZJ: Orchestra Com-
gitgoe 621 K3-J: Architects Show CBJ: Capital City
ROBERT MORGAN WILLIAMSON
4711 Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia., Pa.
Germantown Academy. University Band.
RICHARD JARRETT WOLF
1319 Nedro St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ccntrnl High School.
OTTO WILLIAM WOLTERSDORF
"Count" "Dutch" "OH"
2411 Duncan St., Frankford, Pliiladelpliiu,
Frankford High School. Der Deutschv Yvrcin
Frankford High School Club.
LEWIS JOHN WOOD E X
28 S. Irvington Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.
Shortrirlge High School. Butler College.
ALIVIIED WALKER 'WOOD, JR. 2? A E
805 E. 7th St., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Iloplailngvillo High School. Assistant Manager
Swimming Team CBJ. Manager C495 Assistant
Manmgcr Water Polo Team C37, Manager 143.
CARL B. WORKMAN
Lititz, Pa. '
Lititz High School.
HSIAO PO YANG
Jan-Jer-Chow St., Chungking, Szechwan,
St. .Tohn's University, Shanghai. Chinese Students'
Club C15 125 C35 441: Chinese Students' Banking
Club C33 M33 St. Jolm's and St. Mary's Alumni
Association in America KD C25 f3j, President MJ:
Cast, "The Willow Pattern Plate" f2j.
THEODORE YANKAUER, JR. Z B 'I'
36 'Neilson Ave., Fur Rockaway, N. Y.
Far Rockaway High School. Assistant Manager
Riflc Team Gil, Manager C433 Executive Committee
I. A. A. R. C. HJ: Junior Picture Committee C31
Shih Ho Lee, Tientsin. China
Tsing Hua College. Chinese Students' Club flj
f2J C35 C455 Chinese Students' Banking Club C35 Oil.
HOWARD EDWARD YARNALL, JR.
Wallingford, Pa. ' H M 'E
Westtown High School. Enrllnom College. Rich-
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CALVIN A. YOUNG, Jn.
810 iYalnuf St., Philnclelphin, Pa.
JOHN FREDERICK ZINIBIER 0 X
14 Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Poughkeepsie High School. Third 'Varsity Crew
1233 Junior 'Varsity Crew 133, 'Varsity Squad 1433
Freshman Glas Crew 1133 .Junior YVeek Committee
1333 Foreign Students' House Committee 133 1433
SubjChai.rman Smaller Denominations Committee,
Christian Association 1433 Vice-President. Debate
Council 1433 Dormitory House R-epresentzttive 143.
TOWNSEND BARR YOUNG fb I' A
908 S. St. Bernard St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Friurs Senior
Soci4:ty3 150-lli. Crew 133, 'Varsity 143: Winning
Crew, Spring Rcgnttn 1233 "The Pennsylvanianf'
Night Editor 123. Associate Editor 133, Editor
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133: "Reel and Blue," Editor 133 1431 Editor-im
Chief, "Cornell Pictorial" 1333 Sophomore Prom
Committee 123: Students Relations Committee
1333 Junior Prom Connnittec 133: All-University
Dance Committee 1332 Rulliy Committee 1433
Executive Committee, Musica Clubs 1-13: Chair-
man, Finance Committee, Christian Association
1-133 Christian Aww-intion Cabinet 1433 Ivy Ball
Committee 143: West Philadelphia High School
Club 113 123 133 1-13.
ALBERT 'WALTER ZIMMERMANN
'izlln E T, A T A
1512 YV. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Sphinx Senior Society
Hexagon Senior Engineering Society3 Freshman
Soccer Team 1133 Junior 'Varsity Soccer Team 1333
Freshman Class Soccer Team 1133 "P. A. F."3
Sophomore Prom Committee 1233 Undergraduate
Council 1433 Secretary Senior Class: Mask and
Wig Clubg Glee Club: Whitney EngineeringrSooiety-3
Sigma Tau Honorary Engineering Fraternity.
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FRANK JEREIVIIAH ZININIERNIAN
4534 Regent St., Philadelphia, Pa..
West Philadelphia High School. Freshman Soccer
Team C133 Junior 'Varsity Soccer Team C217
HP. A. F." C233 Junior Banquet Committee.
Ruma-Jarak, Srem, Jugoslavia
Prepared at. Budapest CHu1igaryl. Schaesburg
CRumaniaJ, and University of Belgrade CSerhiaJ.
International Students' House Committee.
"Peanut" "ZisH "Tiny"
322 N. 2d St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
Central High School. Menorah Society: Central
High School Club.
DAVID ZOOB K N
185 S. Balch St., Akron, Ohio
Akron West High School. Axociatc Editor, "Junior
:-knnnls" CED: Banquet Committee CD C25 C351
Sophomore Prom Committee C273 Junior Prom
Committee C3J: Dues Committee CD C25 CSJ:
Vocational Counsel C-O: Claw Music Committee
C113 Class Historian C33 C413 Green Lane Camp
Councillor C313 President, Arts Association C473
Zeloso hic Literary Society CD C21 C31 C4J:Buckeye
Club 81 C25 C35 C471 Glee Club C27 C31 C435 Music
for "Fight On, Pennsylvania," '23 Class Song, and
Prize-Winning Junior Prom Song Aletheophile:
Mask and Wig Preliminary Show C2J. '
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Tuesday, June 19, 1923, 3 PM. Senior Arch
Overture ...,4 ....,,... . ORCHESTRA
"The Red and Blue" , ..A,, TIiE CLASS
Salutaiory ..,. . TFHOMAS B. K. RINGE
History . . ,... DAX'ID ZOOB
Selection A . ..... ORCIIESTRA
Prophecy . . . . VICTOR Y. SWEENEY
Poem . . A A A . BRN BICGIVERAN
Pre.a-erztm'z'orz.s- , . BIILLER FRANCIS B.-XRRICK
Transfer IU' U1
Ivy Ode . .
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The Planting of flze I ry . . . . D.-kX'ID F.'x.IQQUI'I.'KR CAVERS
Ivy Oratiozz A.... , . . CARL SIIITI-I Dow
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FROM THE ARCHIVES
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ELLED out by the largest collection of embryo athletic heroes and literary
geniuses it had ever been the good fortune of the University to contain
at one time, our class yell was sufficient notice to the world at large. and
to "Twenty-two" in particular. that we had arrived.
The Sophomores, true to the traditions of former years, entertained us right
royally on Franklin Field during the first week of school. They did this with
such a pure and whole-hearted enthusiasm. coupled with a complete lack of dis-
crimination, that it was beautiful to behold. lYe were all intensely interested
before our reception began, and came away afterward duly impressed with the
warmth of their unrestrained delight at our matriculation.
Desirous of getting organized, in order that we might plunge into the midst
of the myriad activities that Pennsylvania has to offer, we elected Ben S. hic-
Giveran temporary President and George L. Rosenfield temporary Treasurer
and Secretary. Their actions after this election merely continued our suspicions
as to their wort.h, so we retaliated by making their respective offices permanent.
To round out the list, George Champaigne was elected Vice-President, Arnold
YV. Chapin, Secretary, James B. Gill. Historian, and Barnes, Sawyer, Charlton,
and Reckus were elected to the Executive Committee. Under the able leadership
of these men, "Twenty-three" rapidly came to the fore, where she has remained
ever since and always expects to remain.
During the first year we were frequently annoyed by the solicitous attentions
of 6'Twenty-two." After cleaning up the Soph dorms and giving friend Custer
of the Vigilance Committee a well-deserved bath in the Frog Pond, affairs
quieted down quite a little. In spite of this foretaste of our power, "Twenty-twoff
by means of a satanical ruse, managed to outstrip us in the Pants Fight. Our
indignation at this ingratitude for our heretofore careful consideration toward
wayward Sophs came to fruition on the battle-ground of the Flour Fight, which
took place at lVIuseuIn Field, where We bared their defections to the World.
Taking advantage of our first opportunity to do anything at Penn, We started
'things right by turning out a "Fresh" football team which Went through a- hard
.schedule undefeated. Gur basketball team was also a world-beater and encoun-
tered the best teams in the country with nary an entry in red ink. Soccer, with
the aid of a couple of our men, captured the Intercollegiate Championship and
brought it to Penn, where it belongs and has belonged for the greater part of the
time that it has existed. Our baseball team and the crew kept up the good work
and rounded out a particularly successful Freshman year in athletics for
Fire, brimstone, and devastation broke loose for a period of three weeks, all
knifing and strangling being done according to the rules of the Inter-Fraternity
Agreement. After a few weeks of pledgeship, conditions resumed their normal
course, and the favored ones among us took their respective places in the ranks
of their chosen fraternities.
A great many of our budding songsters and musicians made the grade and
became members of the Glee and Instrumental Clubs, eighteen of our class-
mates being the main reason for the successes that the Clubs scored that year.
The bright ones among us moiled and toiled as heelers for the various publi-
cations, with rather surprisingly good results. "Sam" Smith, "Dave" Cavers,
"Ed" Horan, Don hIcComas, Otto Rhoades, "Joe" Barnes, "Joe" Dugan,
"Johnny" Abersold, "Jimmy" Gill, Ridings, and "Johnny" Schell made the
various boards of The Pennsylranian. Ben lIcGiveran and "Jack" Bogan were
elected to the editorial and business staffs of the Red and Blue respectively.
"Doug" Downie, hlax Plaisted, Wiarren lliller, "Fred" Levy, "Bots" Brunner,
Ralph Lovendale, and "Sammy" Mc-Connell represented us on the Punclz Bowl
The fame of the Blask and Wig having inspired quite a few of us with an
unholy desire to at least get into a show, if it was only to say "Dinner is served,
hI'Lord," a goodly number from our midst came out for the various parts in the
show. Although he used a large basket, "Charley" lforgan was unable to keep
our shining lights under cover. "Billy,' Clark cavorted gaily as 'iRosinante,"
that matchless steed with the flirtatious glance, while "Beeby" Brause, "the
world's worst actor," played "Beppo, the village barber." Lucas, Grove,
Jennings, and Prytherch pranced in the Dancing Chorus, and so many of us made
the Glee Chorus that it is impossible to mention their names in this account.
Ben NIcGiveran, as "Aladdin," made the hit of the show in his feature number
which was the climax of the performance. "Don Quixote" was indeed without
its peer throughout the land, and "Twenty-three" can lay claim to no small
part of the credit of its marvelous success.
lVe had very little difficulty in routing the Sophs and putting over a corking
good Freshman banquet at the Normandy. Everyone enjoyed the food, in-
cluding the 'Sasparagrass with Soph dressing." "Joe" Barnes, as toastmaster,
told some cracking jokes, and during the evening the Class Song, music by "Dave"
Zoob and words by Ben S. hIcGiveran, was introduced with great, success.
At the beginning of our second year at Penn we all came back to school full
of pep and energy, anxious to renew old friendships and make new ones. Sad to
relate, great gaps were apparent in our ranks, due to a difference of opinion
existing between some of our classmates and the faculty as to their respective
abilities along certain lines ol' educational activity. tYith the major part of our
college career still ahead of us, 'there was little time for grieving over our lost
comrades. tYe set our faces to the front and carried on.
"Burt" Hartenstein was chosen as our leader for 'the Sophomore year, and
the Class of 'Q-lt, whom we trounced uumercit'ully in all the inter-class contests,
can best testify to the fact that "liurt's" leadership was of the right sort. In
token of our superiority in these class fights mentioned above, our Class re-
ceived the Penniman Bowl in recognition ol' its worth. The other officers of the
class who so ably seconded 'Al3urt's" leadership were "Billy" Scanlon as Yice-
President, "Yic" Sweeney as Treasurer, "Jimmy" Gill, Historian, and hleredith,
Cochran. Calder, and Mc-Coimell on the Iixecutive Committee.
Once the momentous task of electing class oliicers was accomplished, the
Class turned its attention toward the coming football season. hliller. lilrtresvaag,
Thurman, Cochran, Yoeglin, Sullivan, liibeu.
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Sweeney. Lenham, Lucas, Reckus, Langdon, Hinge, -
Grove, Humes, Greenwalt, and Spaulding caught l
the attention of 'the new coaches, and all made good, T
either on the first team or as substitutes. The
'Varsity quintet fell all over itself welcoming Miller,
Voeglin, and Sullivan and decked them out in trick
sweaters with a big blue P on the left side. Oh, yes!
The 'Varsity with these three additions won the
Intercollegiate Championship. Coach tvright.
after first making sure that they possessed the quali-
fications necessary for a good oarsman, namely, a
strong back and a weak mind, adopted Leifeld.
Roberts, Wlaidner, Wiheeler, Coxswain Chase, Borie,
hlattison, Wiilliams, and Young into the various 'Varsity boats.
The redoubtable "Boots" Lever, who makes up in speed what he lacks in
height, was a sure point-winner in the sprints with the track team. George
ltleredith, Don Head, Gill, Blchlullan, Foley, and Thurman were out on Frank-
lin Field daily, pounding the track, playing hare and hounds, and throwing
grape-shot at each other and the bystanders. Llewellyn, ltlahatfey, NIcNIullan,
Stout, Sullivan, and W'hitehill all made good on the diamond, where they chased
fame and baseball with great success.
hlany of us who were interested in social service work found a wonderful
organization in the Christian Association, through which we might accomplish
the maximum good that lay within our power toward the betterment of those
who lack the opportunities in life to which we have access.
Of course, life was not a continual striving for honors on the campus. 'We
indulged in a rather hectic Asiatic Night at the St. James, about which a great
many of us retain only a rather indefinite recollection, due to the confused state
of mind that some of us were in on that memorable occasion. At our Sophomore
Ball, the first social event of our career as a class, we set a high mark for other
classes to strive to equal. No small measure of the success of this affair is due
Don lVIcComas, who was Chairman of the entire Ball Committee.
It is not necessary to go into the details of our subjugation of the incoming
Class of ,Q4f. Suffice it to say that "VVallyU Kimball, the Rocky Nlountaineer of'
the vivid personality and the Hashy horsemanship, took charge of this valuable
department of social service and performed his work with that admirable thor-
oughness and dispatch which had by now become characteristic of the achieve-
ments of our Class. It was during our second year at Penn that our new football
song, g'Fight On, Pennsylvaniaf' was adopted and used with great success. The
music was written by "Dave" Zoob and the lyrics by Ben S. hIcGiveran.
During the Hrst semester, the hlask and XVig staged a preliminary show in
order to round up some promising material for the big show at Easter-time. The
play, "Arabian Nights," with book and lyrics by Ben S. McGiveran and music
by "Dave" Zoob, proved to be very
fine and had a very successful run at
the llask and Wig club house.
Mask and lYig's show went across
with a bang, and we can truthfully
say that this was due in no small
part to the further inroads of its
ranks made by members of our
Class. "Charley" Cane, Mackenzie,
IIC-Evoy, Hartenstein, and "Billy"
Clark were in the cast, and. ot
course. the Glee Chorus and
Dancing Chorus were composed mostly of our men. "Burt" Hartenstein as
"Zulz, the little Sea Vamp," made the big hit of the show and will, on the
slightest provocation burst forth in the strains of his l1it number.
"Jimmy" Gill and Calder Brooke were elected to the Sophomore Honor
Committee and did yeomau service in preserving the standard of the Honor
Code. Paul Hartenstein was a member of the Yndergraduate Council. while
"Jack" Kearns, B. B. Brause, and "Sam" Smith officiated as members of the
Executive Committee of the Arts Association.
Junior year rolled around as Junior years will do and found "Twenty-three"
prepared to stay in the lead, with "Jimmy" Gill as President, "Ed" lYheeler.
Vice-President, "Larry" Davis, Secretary, "Sam" Mc-Connell. Treasurer, "Dave"
Zoob, Historian, and Cochran. O'R.eilly, Buechler, and Gordon comprising the
Junior Wleek is the big time of the Junior yearg we made ours the best ever.
Lloyd Cochran was general chairman and a real pep-instiller he proved to be.
VVe began the week with exercises on the Balcony, after which we all attended
the chapel services. In the evening we had an old-fashioned song-fest with the
Freshmen in the Big Quad. followed by a real good time and plenty to eat. at our
smoker i11 Houston Ilall. under the leadersliip of "Jack" Strain. NVQ Dllt through
a eorking good banquet at the Rittenhouse, where huge quantities of rolls and
food were 1-onsuuied by all, allliougli "Billy" 5f'IllIl0ll 'tried his best to convince
us that there was soniethiug real to eat, if we NVOtllllUl1l.V let, up for a few minutes.
YYednesday night was Junior Night al the Cornell and Pennsylvania Combined
hlusieal Clubs' com-ert in the big ballroom ol' the Bellevue-Stratford. The loss
of the PCIIII-fl0I'Ill'll football game proved soinewhat of a llZl1IllIJCllCI', but we
solar-ed ourselves with thouglitsol' revenge and went O11 with tlll'fl2l,IlC'0-lQllC11211106
being the Junior l'1'o1n which was enjoyed i11 Xvidglltlllllll Hall under the com-
petent supervision ol' Ben S. Bll'filVL'I'2lll. .X few among us who had exceptional
vitality struggled out lo see the l,t'Illl-fi0l'll0ll soccer game on Saturday, but
most of us reinained i11 the arins ol' Morpheus until the following day wl1en we
heaved many sighs ol' re111i11is1'ent joy and regret. The "Junior Annals." which
were distributed at the banqiiet, were llillltlfillllllxlj' llllllllfl i11 red moroc-co witl1
the l'e1111sylva11i11 seal stumped i11 gold o11 lhe 1-over. The coniinents, under t.l1e
able supervision of "Dave" C'avers. were far beller illlil more interesting tllilll
Patience illlfl industry liaving lJCCl1 illllj' recogiiized at last, bits of jewelry
dangled from the NY1ll4'll-l'll2IlllS 0li.hl7l'l'SUl1l, Barnes, Cavers, Dugan, Gill, Sinith,
illlll Young. thus signifying to the world that these gentlemen had become
members of The lJt'IlIlN.lj1I'flIlI-llll liditorial Board. In the meantixne, Davies,
hlclivoy. Ridings, F-aperston, and Schell had perfected gilt-edged alibis t.0 prove
why everything was run wrongly before their advent a11d how they had changed
conditions: result was election to T110 l'1'1111.sy11'1n11'11n Business Board. 1IcGiveran,
Graeme Lorinier. Cavers. and Hettinger made the 11011 111111 131110 Editorial Board,
while Frank Bailey was also tolerated O11 the Board because l1e ow11ed a Graflex-
Bogan, Chase. Hoagland, and llugler kidded enough corporations into adver-
tising in the 11011 111111 131111' to make the Business Board. YVarren hliller thought
up enough saffron-hued jokes to make the Pzmclz 13111111 Editorial Board, while
hlax Plaisted and Bob Stafford illustrated them. Brunner, Heston, Levy, hic-
Evoy, Lovendale. lIcConnell sold enough Arrow ads to also put their spoons in
the Punch Bezel.
Fifteen o11r of tl1e thirty-six 111611 comprising tl1e Glee Club were members oft
our class. while "Mace" Teetor was leader of the Instruiiiental Club, which is no
small honor for a Junior. Lloyd COCl1I'QII1, "Billy" Clark, and La Baw were
appointed ,Varsity Cheer-Leeders-the first time that Juniors were made mem-
bers of the regular 'Varsity Cheer-Leaders squad.
"Jack'l Kearns and George Saul represented us on the Governing Board of'
the Arts Association, while 'gBillH Barron and "Jimmy,' Gill had similar duties
with the XVharton Association.
We marked finis to our Junior year by electing Tom Ringe as President for
our Senior and banner year.
Three months of so-called vacation went by, and back we came, to gather
up our respective duties and obligations for the last time. The election for the
other offices of the Senior Class resulted in the choice of "Al" Gordon, Vice-
President, Zimmerman, Secretary, Sweeney, Treasurer, Zoob, Historian, and
Cochran, Beaudry, Titlow and Penfield on the Executive Committee.
"Davey Zoob as President, "Johnny', lVIcComb as Vice-President, and
Cousins as Treasurer, took charge of the Arts Association, while the VVharton
Association was headed by HBillyU Scanlon, and "Bill', O'Reilly as Vice-President.
The names of lNIcComb, Hartenstein, Zimmerman, Lindsley, Cochran, Mc-
Connell, Strain, Cavers, and Ringe appeared as our representatives on the
Undergraduate Council. '
A last look at our major athletics: ':Poss" hliller was captain and "Jimmy"
Compton manager of football: '6Boots" Lever and 'cJack" Kearns were in
charge of track, George Sullivan and "Bob" Flather took care of baseball,
VVheeler and Barry looked after the crew, Amelia and Hamilton managed soccer,
while "Al" Voeglin and lllugler took care of the basketball quintet.
In the minor sports we find "Vic" Holst heading the swimmers and Blorton
hleyers the water poloists, while 'Wood ofticiated as manager. hlerle Smith and
"Lew,' Simpson took care of wrestling, "Heian" Hettinger and "Larry" Thayer
of fencing, Hunter and Black of Gym. Yankauer of rifle, YVanamaker and
Butcher of hockey, Lucas and Chase of boxing, 3IacFarland and Wiallace of
lacrosse, Gervin of tennis, Jerrems and Fayfield of polo, Downs of cricket,
Trimble of golf.
hlajor and minor sports from football to cricket have lured our classmates
from the peaceful gymnasium class and have transformed them into what T he
Pennsylranian is wont to term football huskies, matmen, foilsmen, tankmen,
riflemen, stickmen, puck chasers, raqueteers, diamond adornments, speedsters,
booters, etc., and all its relations. Although the lists of our classmates who are
winning honor for their Alma hlater as her representatives are too long to include
in this Record, yet not a day passes without their deeds being extolled in the
columns of the newspapers and periodicals of the Nation.
The last year of publications saw "Dave" Cavers as Editor-in-chief of The
Pennsylvanicm, hlax Plaisted in charge of the affairs of the Punch Bowl, Graeme
Lorimer at the head of the Red and Blue, and Wally Carter bossing the minions
of the "Class Record." There are many of us who had various positions on the
publications, but our names will have to be left to their personal notices.
The Class of '23 has the unique honor of being the first class in recent years
to raise the standard of the Ivy Ball back to the position of social prominence
and importance that it used to occupy in days gone by. "Sam" Smith as chair-
man did wonderful work, both for his c-lass and his University, in performing his
task so ably.
The class banquet was held at the Rittenhouse, under the leadership of John
Schell, and everybody had a real good get-together. Preceding the banquet by a
month, a luncheon was held on the campus, with Don hIeComas as ringleader.
This also was a very enjoyable affair, and it might be remarked that there were
even some who said afterward that they had had enough to eat. After the
luneheon, we 1111 went over t11 the 1,11JI'2lI'y steps 111111 111111 Olll' pic-tures taken 1'or
t11e last ti111e as tl el11.ss.
hflusieal Z11'fZl1l'S flourished this year 11s never 111-fore i11 the entire history of the
l1I11VPI'S11y. This was clue i11 no s1111111 part. to the 1'C0l'QQ2lll1Zll11U11 of 1111 the
hlusieal Cluhs on 1111 entirely 11i1'1ere11t 111111 wider 1111sis lllilll 111111 1Il'I'?1101i01'C
existed. The 111e11 111' nr1lNY0ll15'-'1Q1ll'C0U IJlZlyl't1, 111' t'0lll'St', t11e 11-111li11g role i11 this
new work, and C2111 rightly lay 01111111 to 11 great 110111 111' the credit 111111 honor 410110
the U11iversit3' 11lI'OllQll t11eir C'OllQ'Cl'1S.
The C11I'lS1Q12lll .'xSSOt,'1il1Q1011,lll1t1Cl' t11e 1111111 1e11111-rship of "Sam" 1X1f'flOllI1t'11,
f1111etio11edwit11 l11Ol'C 1111111 its 11511211 l1l'1'1li'f'1101l i11 this, 11111'Se11iorye111'. ihlilllj' of'
our C1i1SSI1l2l1CS did woiitlerful worli 1lo11'11 at the 1li1'1'e1'e11t S011l1t'1llC1l1 houses i11
the city, 211161. of course, i11 tl1e l'11i1'ersity's 111111 set'l1e111e11t. 111 11111litio11 to t11is
work i11 t11e 1-ity we were well represe11te1l 115' t11e 111011 who 111-ted 11s eouiiselors
at Green l,1111e duriiig the 511111111011 lt is just this s11rt 111 unselfish, disiiiterested
work. whit-11 the clllI'lS11ilI'l .Xssoc-i11tio11 is doing 111111 1111s clone, that ll1Rl1COS 21 1111111
proud that he is 11 ll1GIl11JQl' of it, 111111 only t11o gl1111 to he 111110 to 1111 2t1lj"11111lg.f 11t
1111 'to 1.tt1'1,l1?l' the 11llI7IDl11G'SS of the poor ll111?0l't1ll12l'1GS whose lives it tries to II1il1iC
a little happier illlfl hrigliter.
Blask and 1Yig, with our Class 11s le111li11g p111'tieip1111ts in its sl1ow L'Here's
Howe." Could not help hut l1e 1111111.11 511011111 heathe BEST EVER! 1,I'ilCtlC211ly
tl1e e11tire east 111111 the 1111111 of t11e 1,-liorus are iJFXYCII15'-111111611 111911, 111111 i11 this,
our last perforn1a11ee, PC1ll1Sj'1X't1Il1211S rep11t11tio11 i11 college shows more than
held its own. 1Ve feel quite safe i11 saying. 11s the ilC1VGI't151I1g.f 1111111 111111111 have
it: '61Ve lead-the rest follow!"
It is our unique pleasure to he the first 1-lass to gr11du11te since Otll' 11111111111otl'1
new Stadium on Franklin Field has been eompleted. I11 recognition of tl1is fact,
and in the hope tl1at "Twenty-tl1ree's" fighting tl'LIC11t10l1S may 11e t11e source
of inspiration to t11e Red and Blue teams of t11e future, we have p6I'l112111GI1tly
endowed a flagpole and flag to be placed high 11p over tl1e Stadiiim wall with o11r
class numerals en111lazo11ed o11 t11e Red 1111d Blue flag of our :hllllil 1NI11ter. "Twen-
ty-t11ree" hopes that it will aid and inspire tl1e big Red and Blue teams to an
ever greater and greater HN ever say DIE" spirit!
The Class 11eld its last election at Pen11sylva11i11 wl1e11 it chose 1VIcGivera11
for Class Poet, Sweeney for Class Prophet, Dow for Ivy Orator, Saul to
write the Ivy Ode, Cavers to deliver! t11e Class Valedictory, and Barrick as
Our brief cycle of years at Pennsylvania is now closed, and we, as the Class
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of '23, shall exist on the campus only in the pages of history and tradition. Four
years of the keenest soul-making competition that it has ever been the good
fortune of any of us to enjoy, have made their indelible tracings on our minds
and hearts. VVe entered these famous walls of dear old Penn a heterogenous
mass of individuals with separate ambitions and hopesg-under the watchful
guidance of our Provost We have gained that whole-hearted enthusiasm and
high-spirited pride that makes for the true Pennsylvanian the World over. So
it is that, in closing its record at Pennsylvania, "Twenty-threel' chose to
dedicate its hope and aims toward an ever greater and better Pennsylvania to
Provost Josiah H. Penniman, the living personification of the University of
Pennsylvania. Dlay we ever keep him as our standard and guide to ever
greater and better things. Pennsylvania first-Pennsylvania last-ALXVAYS
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llosl of us older, lmt 11ll ol' us gzune,
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lYClI'C welded at lust into 11110.
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lYe're each IJCllIlSYlX'illll2llS son.
Over the tliresliold were wulkiiigr towz11'd life-
lvzilliiiig with confident tread-
Out from still waiters and into tlie strife,
Into the world with imlmroglios rife,
On with best wishes were sped.
Out of the rapids We stugger to rest,
Fresh from the battle glareg
Here were we girdecl and sent to the test,
Out midst the whirlpools that we must bestg
So on toward life we fare.
Wlelve taken from hands that were loving and tender,
And We'll give our all in returng
For our Alma MH-t61', with undying splendor,
Forever our love will burn.
-BEN S, MCGIVERAN
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NE evening, recently, it so occurred that my good friend and room-
mate, the illustrious "Jerry" Coleman, took me out to a party at
which they served Ivelsh rarebit, among other things. I knew that
if I tried to do away with it that I would be in for a bad night, but to
save "Jerry" from embarrassment I gave in and took a chance with the dish
that was before me.
On the way home "Jerry" and I began to discuss the various members of
our class and attempted to for-etell what the futures of the men, who did so
much to advertise Asiatic affairs, would be.
So the IVelsh rarebit and memories of Asiatic Night had a telling effect on
me. The following was my nightmare:
Time: 5,000 A. D.
Place: Somewhere beyond the River of Doubt.
One of the high dignitaries in the Great. Beyond came up to me and said,
"You have indeed been accorded a great privilege. It has been decided that you
are to be sent back to earth for three months and in that time you are to do
whatever you think would most greatly benefit mankind. But. remember. you
have only three months."
And with that I was transported back to my old habitat.
Finding myself in Philadelphia. I hastened to the spot where the Ivniversity
of Pennsylvania had once stood. Despite the fact that I could not understand
the language of the girls who surrounded me. I could easily discern that I was
on the campus of an institution that was attended largely by women who showed
nothing but contempt for the few male students. I could also tell that they
claimed that there was no co-education at this school, although they did admit
that they allowed men in the Teachers' College.
I lost no time in locating the old site of the Houston Club and immediately
started an excavation project to unearth the old building, so that I would gain
access to hIr. Bushnell's office and thus find out something about my class.
You see, I had died as a result of my Hrst day's work after leaving College, and
in later years none of the members of '23, after they had departed from Blother
Earth, had come to the place at which I was hanging out. So, partly to satisfy
my curiosity and partly to reveal to humanity the achievement.s of these great.
111611, I worked feverishly so that I could 214-coniplish my purpose ill three short
Finally, we lll11.'0V0l'0ll the old C'luh, Zlllil after a diligent search about the
place I found a cow' ol "'I'IIlC Al,IlhlNI RICGIF-'l'I5R" dated BI2lI'Cli, 1950.
Here is what then was spread all over the world as the greatest 'find since the
iiR2?C'f3l'lfl of the Class of 199.3 as 'laken from Circat Kiaiiuscript that has been
.Iohn Schell was recently elected l'l'0SlClC'llt of the Soinersct Soft Drink
Herbert hIahafl'ey is working o11 il neu' proposition.
Graeme Lorimer, after years spent in the literary field, has finally been made
Editor-in-Chief of the Police Uuzctfc.
Lloyd Cochrane has been appointed Head QXIIIIOUIICCI' llll, the Broad Street
Station. The University can truly claim to have started fl0f'lll'2lIlC o11 his career
011 account of his early training on Ffillllillll Field.
Iiiilliam Scanlon, the great politician, has at last reached tl1e pinnacle. He is
now Chief of Police in Johnstown.
"Sam" Smith and Victor Barry own the controlling interest in the Beauty
Massage Cream Company. Robert Norton Downs, Qd, is the demonstrator for
John Bogan has just finished his latest work. It hears the title of "Etiquette
for the Dian."
".Ierry,' Coleman '23, ,QL '25, '26 is now Chairnian of Executive Committee
of the VVharton School.
Storm Vanderzee has left the stage and is now conducting a dancing class
for youngsters at the Ritz.
"Benn IVIcGiveran is writing poetry for W hiz Bang.
Thomas B. K. Ringe has given up his attempt to reform the world and is
now proprietor of the Three T uns Inn.
"Ain Zimmerman, after finishing l1is engineering course, Went with the
Pennsylvania Railroad and is now running the Paoli Local.
George Sullivan recently retired from big league baseball after breaking
the home-run record.
"Bohn Gillette and John Thurman, those famous acrobats, are still on the
"Dave" King, the candy merchant, was elected president of the Hershey and
King Candy Company a short time ago.
"BobU Hamilton is still explaining how a soccer team should be properly
"Bert', Hartenstein has never 'figured out whether or not the cracks about
hi1n in the Red and Blue were meant to be mean digs.
Henry Heston is still in Europe. All the Business Nlanagers of the Punch
Bowl go abroad after they graduate.
"Pop" Hoagland and "Tubby" Young are still trying to pass Spanish 2.
"Jim" Compton has given up efficiency work in disgust and is now on the
Dayton police force.
"Bob" Flather is manufacturing baseballs.
"iVally,' Carter has issued a bulletin in which he states that all Seniors must
have their pictures taken for "The Record " by hlay, 1956.
"Bob" Fayfield is grooming horses.
"Bill" Norvell is manager of the Walton Hotel.
hlalcolm Rockett. has started an uproar with his articles on "Should a College
hlan Fall in Love?"
"Jack" Kearns is learning how to skate.
"Dan" Rownd has become a missionary and is now working on the natives
of lllheeling, lil. Ya.
"Jinx" Smith is head waiter at the Lorraine Roof.
John Speicher is seriously considering going to work after he gets a bit more
"Ted" Hughes is teaching co-eds in the Vollege Course for Teachers.
c'Babe" Grove has nearly finished his research.
"Dave" Zoob still smokes a pipe.
"Fred" Levy is in the fur coat business.
"Bill" O'Reilly is now in charge of the Dorm cops.
S'-loe" Barnes has gone into business with Doctor Goodspeed.
"Ain Gordon has written a book, the title of which is. 'lNow, lYhen I lYaS at
"Jun" Titlow is managing the Studio.
"Bill" Penfield is helping Titlow.
George Beaudry has become a public speaker so that he can have larger
"Charlie" Cane is looking for a job.
"Sam" lVIc-Connell is working for Charlie Cane.
lVIax Plaisted is doing the art work of the La Vic IJClI'ZiSl.CIZ7l.E.
Everett llflugler is blowing up basketballs for Spaldings.
"Dave" Cavers is covering Camden for the Associated Press.
"Bill" Clarke is dealing in horses, lions, bears. and other animals.
"Lew" Simpson finally moved to lVashington to save traveling expenses.
".Iinnny" Gill is still explaining how he QI'ilLlll2l.lQC4,l in 'three years.
"Boots" Lever is the fastest inessenger boy in the service of the Wlestern
Union Telegraph and Culxle C-llllllllillly.
"Ed" lVheelei' is eoueliing 'the Ueecrliwoorl crew, zuifl George Nfereditli is
eozieliing the track team of the Jenkintown institution.
Buircl Amelia is ll11lllllfilClQlll'lllg llilll' tonic-.
Lloyd Bechtel is posing for ,XI'I'0XY flillllll' zlcls.
And with that the ularni went oil. I hope that sonietiine I will he able to
Continue the drezun so that I c-an foresee lhe greul heights to which the other
ineinbers of the Class will rise. For instalnee I would like to know if "Johnny"
lNIeG1.1i1'li will ever grzulllzlte. oi' il' "I5z11'l" Ivixxvillllj' ever will flo ziwziy with
the foliage on his upper lip. Anywziy. lel's go on to the next stop.
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The urge that cries for beauty burns
In faith that hopes for memory:
Symbol in which a youth returns,
You are a path from what shall be.
Ivy: a bond that thought shall fix
As something certain of the past
For us who turn and pass and mix
To take the burdens of the last
XYho left the late familiar ways
And walk with question by their side
Yntil the rude Caprice of days
Has taught them quietness and pride.
For ours is no uncertain road
And no despair of weak delay:
Wle know that Time shall be our goad
NYho walk between the dawn and day.
We know-yet we shall question, dream
The same mad towers of dust and foam
That Carthage dreamt before the scream
Of jaekals marked the path of Rome,-
The ll10l'llll wonder o11 our lips
And i11 our hearts the 2lIlC'lC'Ill pride
Of StI'0llgJQlll f0I'0SllilIlOXVCll by eelipse
And proinise horn to he denied.
For He who holds tl1e night at rest
And winds the stars about His hair-
Who is He?-And we take tl1e quest
That leads, hut leads we know Il0t where.
lvhile you shall grow and feel the spark
Of inner life and vague desire
And grope, unfaltering, from the dark
Against the sensed, eternal fire,
Knowing no glory but il day
And quiet in a secret won:
The Hxed futility of clay,
Or some new lovelier dream begun.
-GEORGE BRANDON SAUL
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Fellow Clcz.ss11zc11'es, and Uflzer FI'ZiUllIfS of 1110 l'111'1crs1'fy.'
Wle are 111et together at tl1is time to render a few words of appreciation i11 tl1e
11211116 of tl1e glory of our heloved Alina lfater.
During a period of the last. four years. tllkt Class of IQQS has been plodding
ever onward. Every huilding and walk of our I'niversity has coine to l1ave
ia significance near and dear to the hearts of all loyal classnien. At this ti1ne we
are standing LIIJUH tl1e threshold of life. i11te11t 1117011 clainiing our rightful places
i11 t.he world of today. lYitl1 four IJCIlI1SylY2111lil years as a hackground, tl1e Class
will go forth i11to tl1e various channels of life. and, hy tl1e l'-I't1itS of its e11deavor
it will ai111 in at. least some slight extent to show its appreciation for all that
this great University llilS given 11s.
Today tl1e historical plaiiting of the Ivy is taking place. For generations
each class has loft this syniholie token of its ever-growiiig regard. I will ask
you to look witl1 me for a IIIOIIICIIT at the Ivy. All that we see today is a few
leaves a11d a cluster of roots, hut i11 its innerniost recesses is an all powerful
something 11ot visihle to tl1e eyes of man, its great potentiality for growth and
expansion a11d heauty. 'IlllG roots planted i11 tl1e right type of soil and properly
nurtured will, in tiine, hecoine a IIIZIQIIIIICQIII vine. spreading ever onward a11d
outward, endeavoring to reach, with ever-clinging tentacles, the highest attain-
.ahle places. Tiine Ollly adds to its usefulness and hea11ty a11d strength. Tl1e
potentialities for growth i11 tl1e Ivy are practically lllllllllllinfl.
It is this token of love and loyalty and heauty wl1icl1 the Class of 1923 leaves
to tl1e University, as practically the last of'Heial act of it.s 1111dergrad11ate life. It
is a beautiful thought to consider the siinilarity hetween this little sprig of Ivy,
with its powerful roots, and tl1e Class of 19:23. As we stand here today as a class
We are little inore than tl1e unpla11ted Ivy.. The super-vine covering so beauti-
fully the walls of our historic buildings represents our ideals. The class has the
potentialities for growth, received within the walls ol' this glorious institution,
and with this training will step into the PIlX'll'0ll'll1CIll propitious for develop-
1nent and growth. The men of our ranks will spread themselves into the four
corners of the world, and will, by their worlc and acc-omplislnnents, do their
share to continue the immortality ol' l'ennsylvania life.
Bly Cl2lSSl11Cll. as individual members of this class we are wealig as a class
we become strong. and. finally. as inemhers of the t'ar-reaeliiilg body of Pennsyl-
vania men, we become powerful. As today we plant this Ivy, the challenge to
every loyal elassman is to step forward and ever onward in upholding the mag-
nificent traditions of generations of Pennsylvania men.
-Xt this lllG1l1Ol'2llll0 time in our lives we are atliliating 1101 Ollly with those
loyal l.,Cll1lSylV2lIll2lI1S who have gone before us, but with the great hody of
all college and university n1en throughout. the world. Unless we perpetuate that
spirit which Pennsylvania has awarded as o11r heritage. we are disloyal to that
.-Xlma llater which has been such a great force in o11r lives. ,Ks tl1e silver spade
severs the sod in preparation for the planting of that token of our undying
loyalty. let us heartily resolve that tl1e growth in our strength and service will
far outdistanee the untiring growth of tl1e laudable Ivy.
Bly Classmen, the entire world lies before us, and it is for us, the Class of
1923, to place ourselves in such walks of life as to bring only honor and glory
to this grand old place of learning which has been the pleasant training-ground
of so many men.
As the years roll by, our numbers will decrease, but what is lost in quantity
will be gained in quality, and as we continue in the surging sea of life, we may
ever glorify that institution we love so well. As loyal members of the Class of
1923 let us heartily resolve that as individuals we will promote only those
ideals which glorify our beloved Pennsylvania.
,HE past four years have quickly sped, but into their hours has been crowded
much that is fine and noble. Beneath the shadow of thy walls, O Alma
hiater, we have found friendship, knowledge, and a love of things worth
while. The ties wrought by our close coinradeship and our common loyalty to
our common ideals cannot be severed by the word "Farewell.', Scattered we
shall be on the morrow, but today we realize that wherever we may be along
the thousand separate paths we soon shall tread, there shall there be some-
thing of Pennsylvania.
Our studies, our activities, that daily routine which invades even college
life, may have obscured from us the knowledge of this fact, but now, with a
vividness born of the solemnity of this moment, we sense its truth and its signifi-
cance. Wie are sons of Pennsylvania. children of a benign mother. No idle
coiner of words was he who first chanced upon that happy phrase "Alma llaterfi
Indissoluble as those of blood are the ties by which we are bound to her. Upon
our minds, in our souls, is the indelible imprint of her hand. Pennsylvania, we
are thy sons!
Unused are we to voicing in high-sounding phrases the devotion for Pennsyl-
vania which has been ripening in our hearts. Rather have we striven to express
it in our deeds. Lust for popularity, praise, and selfish gain has not been the
incentive which urged on our efforts on field and campus, but rather loyalty
and a desire to serve her whom best we loved. But. today, a vaster prospect
widens before our eyes. College life will soon recede into the past, a fondly
treasured memory. Sterner tasks than those of the campus await us who with
pride have declared ourselves Pennsylvania men, and we must dedicate our-
selves to their achievement.
VVe are called to loyalty to the ideals for which Pennsylvania stands and has
ever stood. In our hands will be their keeping. If we would be faithful to our
trust we must recognize that claim to the very best. within us which our Uni-
versity, our Nation, and all humanity by right possess. Wie must learn to serve.
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To the Class of 1923, Greez'ing.s-:
Q It is a great thing to have had
5 a good start in life, first, by hav-
I ing been born in America or by
having lived there: second, by hav-
ing had the opportunity to coni-
plete the course of an American
- high school, or preparatory schoolg
1 l and third, by having attended and
graduated from the University of
I Pennsylvania. Anyone who has
Y had these three privileges, owes to
the world a higher and a better
kind of service than do others not
equally fortunate. I like to think
of lite as a great opportunity and
also as imposing corresponding re-
A sponsibilities. The spirit of Penn-
l sylvania is that of unselfish service.
The I'niversity as an institution
I asks nothing for itself. except the
Pm,i,,,t1 11,-,,,,,',,,,,,, means of serving well the world
through the students who take its
courses. and through its contributions to knowledge as the result of research
by its faculty and students. The students are actuated by the desire to
increase, through education, their power to render service to the world.
I congratulate the class of 1923 upon the success that individually and
collectively they have already attained and I desire to express to them my grate-
ful appreciation of what they have done for the University as undergraduates.
IVIy personal relations with the members of the class will ever remain among
the precious memories of a life spent '
in association with college students. W ' , K '
0-4A"0A H. GMA:
I-"Ai v 1'11.'.
THOMAS B. K. RINGE, Clzaifrman PAUL B. HARTENSTEIN
JOHN H. MOCOMB, Secretary GEORGE I. LOVATT, JR.
C. VICTOR BARRY SAMUEL K. NICCONNELL, JR
DAVID F. CAVERS JOHN W. PRICE
LLOYD S. COCHRAN JOHN E. STRAIN'
ALBERT W. ZIMMERMAN
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Sec-rcffary , .
Trvaszcrcr . .
D.-XN'ID ZOOB, '23
JOHN MCCOIIB. '23
GORDON MAIIY. '24
XVIXDSOR COUSINS, '23
F F 23
BENJAMIN BUSCI-I. '23
GEORGE FONDE. '24
DANIEL ROTIIERMEL, '2-L
XVILLIAM LINGELBACI-I, '25
ERNEST SCOTT. '25
JAMES P.-XTTON, JR.. '25
SI'I,v.aN FREUND, '26
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The first speaker to start the PFOQFQIIIIIIIG of the year was Bertram Peacock,
a former Pen11 man. whose subject was "Opera i11 English." hlr. Peacock 112111
the leading role-that of Franz 50111117611-111 tl1e operet'1.21 "Blossom Time"
a11d proved 11i111self as capable 21 talker as 110 was 21. singer. These accomplish-
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will testify, put hlr. Peacock in 21 class with
Nlark Antony, Patrick Henry, Prof. Harbeson,
and other 11I11l10I'1',2t1S.
On December 5, or three weeks after hir.
P621-COC1i,S talk, the Sunny South sent 21,
representative to historic Room 200, College
Hall. Frederick H. Koch, Professor of Dra-
matic Literature at the University of North
Carolina, gave an illustrated talk on "Folk
Playmakingf' Though he did not know
it Cand undoubtedly is still ignorant of the
factj the eminent southern Professor estab-
lished a record that will stand for many,
many years. For the first time in history,
Room 200, College Hall, was packed to the
Dean Robert 3, Burke doors-and not aslumbering soul could be found.
January 9 saw Joseph C. Lincoln, the dean of story-tellers of the sea, come
to us through the auspices of the Arts Association. Mr. Lincoln, who wrote
"Shavings' and other universally known stories, spoke on g'Old Cape Cod and
Its People." So enthralled were we during Mr. Lincoln's discourse that dingy
College Hall seemed transformed into salty, misty Cape Cod, while the clattering
street-cars changed into fishing-smacks outward bound for the Grand Banks.
Nlr. Lincoln's talk, interspersed with many quaint bits of humor smacking of
the sea, dealt chiefly with the customs of the old New England coast villages
already made famous by him in prose and verse.
Following lVIr. Lincoln came iVilliam W. Ellsworth with an interesting
illustrated lecture on 'Wloliere and His Times." January Q3 was the one
hundredth anniversary of Boker, author of the famous play "Francesco de
Reminif' The Arts Association celebrated accordingly, and Wfalton S. Pyre,
formerly a member of the faculty of the University of Wisconsin, was secured.
lVIr. Pyre, who gave some intensely interesting dramatic readings from "Fran-
cesco de Reminif, was eminently qualified for the subject as he had co-starred
with Otis Skinner in this play. -
Like Napoleon, the Arts Association did not believe in dividing its forces,
and consequently did not hold a smoker the first term. But this was more
than made up for by the ever-to-be-remembered affair given at the beginning
of the second term. One-act plays, farces, singing. and eats galore were enjoyed
by the entire membership of the Association.
One of the main causes of the success of the Arts Association this year was
the active interest and hearty cooperation of Prof. Robert B. Burke, Acting
Dean of the College. It was primarily due to him and President Dave Zoob
that the interesting speakers, with their varied topics, were secured. Dean
Quinn, although on a leave of absence, continually kept in close touch with
the Association and provided many helpful suggestions.
During our entire four years the Class of 19Q3 has been most active in the
doings of the Arts Association. None of us served in an official capacity
during our first year, but our Sophomore year saw Jack Kearns, Bernie
Brause, Laurence Smith, and j
Martin Quirk on the Executive
Committee. During our third year,
Jack Kearns and George Saul pro-
vided the Executive Committee
with the fruits of their colossal
brains, while in our Senior year
David Zoob was elected president,
Johnny lVIcComb served as vice-
president, Windsor Cousins as
treasurer, and Francis Fee and
Benjamin Busch were on the Ex-
OUR years ago, as l+'reslnncn. wc joined the Wharton Association. A
horde of upper classmen seemed to surround us and with practically one
swoop con-alled us into the Association. NYC surrendered our fifty cents,
only too glad to get oft that easily, and in turn rec-eivecl a little tag that we
mentally consigned to the scrap-heap. lint for once it may be said that ignorance
was bliss, for the one and only time in our lives, our unsophistication and igno-
rance, instead of harming us, caused us to join an Association that for all time
we will remember with pride and pleasure. From l"reshman to Senior year the
Wlharton Association has always been an aid and a stimulus to us.
This year. under the able guidance of "Bill" Scanlon, the Association has
been as active and helpful as ever. An extremely successful smoker held at the
beginning of the school year was a good omen with which to start the season.
To this smoker, at Houston Hall. came Freshmen and Seniors alike. Not one
went home disappointed. The inimitable Dr. Grayson, with his Huent tongue
and cheery smile, the grim but humorous Dr. Nloxey, who always has a couple
of "new ones" on hand. and our silver-tongued registrar, "Tommy" Budd. all
helped tremendously towards the success of the
evening. Also mention must be made of the
vast quantity of food that was "stowed away"
and the Hsmokesi' that gave many a Freshman
his first taste of tobacco. As The Pennsyl-
vanian would put it, "a good time was had by
A very good plan for helping all Wharton
men was put into effect by the Association this
year. There are myriads of Wlharton men who
have absolutely no conception, or, at the most,
a very hazy idea, as to what they intend to do
in the future. To aid these men in choosing a
career, the Wharton Association allied itself
with the Vocational Guidance Committee of the
Christian Association, and, as a result, leaders Dggy1,J01m,g0yL
OFFICERS OF THE
Presiclent . . . . . WILLIAM SC.-XNLON. 'Q3
P71-l'6-IJFC-9Z'Cl671,f .... IVILLIAM O'RE1LLY, '23
Secretary . . . . .XLBERT ROSE, '24
TreasIurer . . . . I-IERBERT B1NG1A1,xM, '24-
in the various lines of industry were brought to Houston Hall to explain to our
embryo mentalities the ups and downs of the different vocations. The first of
these speakers was Dr. Holmes, who spoke on the "Psychology of Choosing
a Profession." Following this, hflr. Hopkinson dealt with "Law as a Professionf'
and then our own "Sol" Huebner told us of the advantages of insurance. hir.
I-I. H. Kynette, of the Atliin, Kynette Advertising Agency, and a Penn man,
gave us the inside information on "Advertising." Finally, Nlr. R. F. Perrott
spoke on "Industrial hiIanage1nent."
One of the concrete examples of the work of the Association is the obtaining
of the new YYharton library. Now harassed students looking up the intricacies
of the Federal Reserve System are no longer bothered by hearing Co-ed Olive
tell Co-ed hfluriel how she "turned .lim down last night." and then having to
listen to friend B'Iuriel's description of
"the perfectly wonderful fellow with the
gorgeous yellow Stutzf' At. last Vtiharton
men can walk into the library, and. in-
stead of entering a modern Tower of I 4
Babel, can find themselves in a. room where
they may studygand study in peace. A is
further help of the Association was the
donating of a large, suitably engraved
clock to the library.
Furthermore, the conference system
was instigated this year by the Association.
Every Freshman, before definitely choos-
ing his course, was urged to have a talk
with the head of the group he intended
selecting. In this way the Freshman
was told exactly what the desired course
was and the Professor had a chance to
personally interview his future students.
Thus, as Dr. Hess would say, "the right
Freshman with the right spirit was in the right coursef' N ow there are merely
enough required subjects in each group to give the student a thorough back-
ground, while he can elect such courses as suit his individuality and personality.
Through our entire four years the Class of '23 has always been a firm
supporter of the VVharton Association. VVe have always actively helped all its
plans and have been in thorough accord with its policies. In our Sophomore
year we were represented on the Honor Committee by James Gill and Calder
Brooke. In our Junior year, Jimmy Gill repeated on the Honor Committee.
Charles Kane was Secretary, while Paul Hartenstein, as Treasurer, collected
the elusive dues. In our Senior year Bill Scanlon, as President, and Bill
O'Rei1ly, as Vice-President represented us.
Pres iclcni .... .
Secretary . . .
ROI' F. L.-IRSON
I-IERBERT G. HII.I.
CARL F. GIIOAIMI3
HENRY J. TOOAIHS
H. B. DOPPIQI,
JOE F. BOOTON
DOUGLAS G. BRIIIIQ
D.-XVID C. CLELANIJ
XYILLYS P. WAGNIJII
WAI. E. RIISIIIQNSCIINIQIIJIEII
OIWAL E. WII.I.IAIIsoN
JAS. F. BIIAIJIHQI'
ALI-'REII E. POOR
. T HOM.-XS XYHARTON
. TI-IOIuI.I' M. SUNDT
. A.-IRON H. SPENCER
I-IENIIY E. M.-IDDON. JR
SIIIRLEI' C. HOIZSLEX'
'1'IIAIIIJEI'S B. JOHNSON
EIIWAIIIJ W. RL'I'INSKI
H. B. TKNIGHT
GHOIQGE A. ROBBINS
.XI.BEH'I' L. H.-IWES
C1I.A.IzI.IsS Y. IXFEGER
S. IQENDRICK LICHTY
.IOIIN LANE EYANS
HAIIOLIJ H. WI-:ISSE
XLICTOR E. JOHNSON
OST of the campus inhabitants rarely see the architect, except at night.
Then he is staggering under the weight of several tremendous drawing-
hoards, T-squares, triangles. and water-pans'-hound for the dorms,
where he will spend the rest of the night bending over a board in putting the
final touches on a problem. The architect is little known outside his department,
but in the world of art and architecture the Pennsylvania School of Architecture
is known as the best..
There is a Hne spirit of friendliness and cooperation among all the students.
This is fostered largely by our system of instruction. Younger men help the
Beaux Arts men in doing the simpler drawing on their problems. In return,
the older men help the Freshmen and Sophomores. This is easily accomplished
since our entire school of Q30 men work in the same big drawing-room.
Men of the Architectural School are still upholding the high reputation of
the past.. In Beaux Arts design we have been getting more than our share of
medals. In the first three problems assigned by
the Society of Beaux Arts Architects, Pennsylvania
won one first medal and thirteen second medals.
Three men are at present trying for the coveted
Roem Prize, with another Penn man placed second
in the First Preliminary Paris Prize Competition.
Our position of leadership is largely due to the
inspiring teaching of our faculty. Dean Laird,
Doctors Cret, Dawson, and Everett, and Professor
Gumaer have unselfishly devoted themselves to
the school. YVe suffered a deep and irreparable loss
in the middle of the year by the sudden death of
Prof. John VVyncoop, who was an Assistant Pro-
Dean Laird fessor of Design. He was a former winner of the
Paris Prize, an architect of no little reputation, and a kindly and devoted
teacher, loved and respected by all the students with whom he came into con-
tact. His loss will be keenly felt.
The event of the year, the Spanish Pageant and Ball, meant Work for every-
one, from the Dean of the faculty to the youngest Freshman. Kindly advice
and encouragement in the undertaking by Dean Laird, criticism and help in
building and in designing the decorations by Professor Cret and other members
of the Design staff were cheerfully given. Most of us sacrificed our Easter
vacation in order to paint scenery, build scaffolds, and sew upon costumes.
'When the night came we were all tired, but satisfied that we had given our
best efforts to make this pageant even a more glorious success than the
The pageant represented the return of Columbus and his mariners to the
court of Ferdinand and Isabella. They disembarked from their ships, which
were cleverly represented at one end of the room, and marched through the
cheering populace to the throne of the king and the queen. Columbus knelt
before their majesties, but was told to rise and be seated in a position of honor
while he told of his adventures. Knights, ladies, hidalgos, monks, inquisitors,
and peasants were all there. lYe seemed to be re-living some previous
existence in the Spain of Ferdinand and Isabella, so real were the decorations
and the costumes. No member of the school, no matter how tired he was from
preparation, will ever forget the thrill of pleasure that was his when he danced
in the sunlight of the square of the beautiful Spanish seaport of his own building.
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HAPPY balcli of aspiring and ambitious Freslnnen l1l2lfl'lCllli1lLGf.l in
September. 1919. all of vvhoni in their blissful ignorance and unsophisti-
cation. fondly believed that in four short years they would be turned
out full-fledged engineers. But. oh, xvhat a rude and sad awakening awaited
them that was only the more cruel l7CC21llSC of-its ahrnplness. The disillusion-
nient was sudden and complete. Almost overnight. from a happy, confident,
care-free group of animated youngsters we changed into a studious, worried,
anxious class of embryo-very ernbryo-engineers. .Xnd so we struggled through
our first year. To he sure there were those who figuratively "hit the dust" or
caught the Wanderlust fever and so disappeared from our classic halls, but Cand
we admit it ourselvesj the Class of '23 is blessed with more than its share of
brains and so the great majority of us finally managed to pass the first year's
work. However. we were so busily engaged in keeping our heads above the
scholastic waters that we had no time for outside activities and none of us had
a chance to show our powers of leadership.
lVe returned the next fall a smaller but we hope also a wiser class. Knowing
what confronted us and having finally become accustomed to working all hours
of the day and night, we determined to show the rest of the campus that we
knew as much about activities as we did about our old friend and plaything,
the helpful slide rule. Soon our leaders began to assert themselves. Eddie
'Wheeler decided that anybody who could pass
Chem. 3 or Calculus could easily pass anything
on the river, and accordingly went out for crew.
Eddie had passed both his Chem. and Calculus.
Needless to say he was a fixture on the crew.
Al Zimmerman, he of the golden voice, warbled
lustily for the Glee Club and also made lVIask
and Wig. The rest of us went merrily on our
way. We had but little leisure, due to our efforts
to obtain that magical and ever desired bit of
sheepskin, but the little spare time we had was
more than taken up in keeping wayward Fresh-
men upon that narrow and beaten Cexcruciatingly
President. . , , .XYALTER P. BIILLER, J
Vice-Preszklerzt . . . HARRY W. XVALKER
Secretary-Trea.s'z1Err'r . . FRANK SI-IELLEY
beatenj patl1. NVhat was lllOl'0 iinportant, we were laying tl1e llOtIIlKl21tl0ll for
our successes ol' the next two years.
ln our Junior year we forged strongly to the front. Ed Wfheeler, as expected,
pulled a lusty llllIl1l1Cl' four oar on the crew. .Xl Zlllllll0l'll121Il repeated l1is ,Mask
a11d tYig successes and also scored heavily for the Glee C'lul1. tValt Miller
aided tl1e soccer team i11 winning several well-earned victories. .lust to show his
versatility. lYalt decided to RIIIIIISC and 0llU'I't2llIl the campus hy 111921115 of his
educated pen. .-Ks a result. a Her! um! 111110 key soon adorned l1is vest. As 2111
engineer, lYalt knew the llIlIJ0l'tZtIlf'0 ol' correct balance Zlllfl accordingly a
"Record" key S0011 C011llt0I'l72ll2lIlC'l'tl the Rez! and Blue one.
TYQ canie back for our senior year to find :1 new honor bestowed llptbll Dean
Frazier. He was chosen as the l'lXC'lltIlIgli' l'rofessor i11 l'lI1f1lllGCl'lllj2Q to France.
Though we were proud ol' l1is glory we also were saddened by l1is enforced
absence. l'rol'essor Vlewell. as .Xcling Dean, S0011 wo11 l1is way i11to o11r hearts.
and though we will ever regret being deprived of the aid Zlllfl advice of Dean
Frazier. this loss was greatly alleviated by the helping hand Zllltl magnetic
personality of Professoi' Ulewell.
Tl1is year has indeed been a successful one for the lQllg.flIlGC1'lI1g School. The
different societies were more closely welded together than ever, and as a result
each one benefited through its closer COIltilC't with the others. The "Bleu About
Towne" gave their usual SllC'CC'SSftll show entitled "Laying Letty Low," or "The
Tale of tl1e Yellow Dog." It is I'lIHl0I'Ctl tl1at -Xl Robinson who snperintended
the show just turned down an offer from Flo Ziegfield. As for tl1e men who took
part in the production-it certainly speaks wonders for tl1e hold that Engineering
has upon llllelll, for 11ot 0110 of tl1e IIIIIHGTOLIS theatrical offers was accepted. The
Engineering Association held a series of meetings which culminated on February
27 when there was a combined gathering with the Vocational Guidance Commit-
tee. Here the problems of Engineering as shown by tl1e outside world were
discussed. A ten-day series of lectures upon "Topography" was given by Pro-
fessor de Margerie, the French Exchange Professor. These lectures were intensely
interesting and instructive. For some unknown reason the scholarship of the
school was suddenly raised and the membership of the honorary societies, Sigma
Tau and Tau Beta Phi, soon showed tl1e effects of this phenomenon. One of the
best features of the year is the success of the Towne Scientific School Journal.
This is due in a large part to the herculean efforts of Johnny lvlurdoch and Len
Hirsch. Our outstanding men this year are Ed Wlheeler, captain of the crew,
and Frank Sutherland, star tackle on the football team and member of the
Glee Club. Al Zimmerman and Jack Strain are on the Undergraduate Council
while Al is now leading the Glee Club and starring in lVIask a.nd VVig.
In summing up we would like to state that while our hopes are not of the
same exaggerated rosy hue as they were just before we entered, neither are we
as downcast as we were after looking at our first lesson. Fortunately we have
chosen the happy medium. VVe believe that while we may never bridge the
Atlantic nor build a second tower of Pisa, still we are on the highway of success.
I-IEXAGON ENGINEERING SOCIETY
ANDREW S. BIORGAN, President
IVALTER P. RQIILLER, JR.
JOHN E. STRAIN 1
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BRANCH
President ..,.., O. IV. MANZ, JR. Secretary ..,.,. J. R. SABINA
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1X1tl14111gl1 George I,114'11s was 41111' 4111ly I'QIJI'GSG1112111VC i11 tl1e first 4'l141r11s that
year. lie 41141 so well tl111t 11e f1lle41 tl1at part for t.l1e next tliree procluetions. He
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first chorus. Ill the sec-4111cl C11Ol'tlS our C'1i1SS11121tGS. "Babe" Grove, "Jim" Jer111i11gs,
111141 T. BI. Prytlierelq "sl14141k their dogs" to tl1e tune of some catchy strains.
Supplying most of tl1e 111el4141y
to this Cllilfllllflg pr0ducti011 were
"Ben" 1X'ICG1X'C1'i1l1, D. NI. Ferguson,
J. BI. Davis, "Burt" Harteusteiri,
111141 "Al" Zi111111er111ar1, who graced
the glee chorus.
The music of "Don Quixotel' is
considered by some to be tl1e best
of any of the Nlask and 1Vig shows.
"lNlhe11 'We Have tl Castle in Spain,"
and the specialty feature, "Alad-
dinf, Will always be remembered.
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Then came the tliirty-tllird animal pro-
duction, NS0lll0IJ0ClylS Lion," which from
2111 arlislic viewpoint probably olrtshono all
lJ1'Ul'0fllIlQ lDl'OCllIi'tl0llS. Clint we say that
1 C2lf'l'l time a new one appears.Q "Son1ebody's
Q Lion" was especially noted for the exceed-
l ingly well CXl'C'llt0fl iillllI'l'0l' ClZlIll'GH and for
the liI'llX'l"I'Sll.y of PCIlllSj'lX'2ll1l21 interpre-
talion of the lfokine Ballet.
The Class ol' '23 awoke to the fact that
they could show their c-lassniates that it was
not iinpossible to niake the cast, as some of
the c-ynics were wont to prophesy. Not only
did several make this cast. but also walked
away witl1 the lion's share of tl1e honors.
"Bill" Clark was "Leo" the lion. "Charley"
Cane, "Burt" Hartenstein. "Larry" Mc-Evoy, "Bart" DeVinny, and "GazZam"
hlackenzie were right there wl1e11 the curtain finally rested after the seven-
In the first chorus we again find George Lucas, accompanied by "Babe',
Grove, Storm Yanderzee, "Jim" Jennings, "Sam" Smith and "Charlie', Kellen.
In the second chorus Paul Thomas, J. E. Lonergan, H. W. TValker, "Eddie',
Spencer, "Bob" Downs, C. T. Adams, and "Ed" Spears were present.
The song-birds among old 'QS were "Ed" Schroeder, "Benn Shupe, "AIM
Zilnmerman, BI. F. hloore, "Charlie" Connell, Ralph Lovendale, g'Bob" Hamil-
ton, and "Si', Lamm.
The thirty-fourth animal production was a delightful Swiss play, "Tell
Tales," where tl1e audience came with the hope of seeing VVilliam Tell, Jr.,
take the part of a target. William, Jr., however, proved to be a dynamic sort
of chap and soon had the tyrant Gessler under his thumb.
"Ben' hIcGiveran took the lead and brought down round after round of
applause by his melodious singing and clever acting. "Barney,' Brause, as the
Soothsayer, "Charlie" Cane, as "lVIina.," and "Burt" Hartenstein as "Tina"
outdid themselves. "Bart" De-
Vinny, as "Stefan" sure sounded
good to critical ears and we could
not get enough of him. "Bill"
Clark as, "lVIo,' and TVI. A. Johnson,
as "Meeniel' acted as Gessler's
The "Opera Bluesw and 6'Palm-
istryl, were decided hits and came
as a complete surprise. .
Dancing in the first line Were,
George Lucas, "Ed" Spears, "Larry,
Walker, J. E. Lonergan, "Sam"
Smith, '4Charlie" Killen, Storm
Vanderzee, "Bob" Downs, and
The Class of '23 in the second
chorus were "T" Hyatt, Paul
Thomas, "Johnny" Price, "Joe"
Hewlett, "Dave" Beard, "Jim"
Among the warblers were "Bill',
Harvey, "Ed,' Schroeder, 'GAIN
Zimmerman, "Bob" Hamilton, "Charlie" Connell, llerritt Hulburd, "Sin
Lamm, "Jack" Strain. "Jerry" Coleman, and BI. F. hloore.
6'Here's Howe," the Mask and Wig production for 19Q3, was notable for its
tuneful lyrics. clever ensemble dancing. ingenious sets. and albeit. for its many
beautiful chorus girls. The locale of the 19Q3 show was placed in Philadelphia.
during its period of occupation by General Howe in 1776. The action of i'Here's
Howe" took place within the confines of two elaborate scenes. Many special
features added to the excellence of the production.
The Class of IQQS was unusually well represented in the cast of i'Here's
Howe." The leading man was "Ben" 1IcGiveran, the second lead was ably
filled by "Bart" DeYinny. "Burt" Hartenstein made a very entrancing leading
lady. "C'liarlie" Vane was just as acceptable as the ingenue. C. I,aFarge,
Thaddeus Hyatt. "Bill" Vlarlie, and "Barney" Brause were others who had
leading parts in the 1923 show.
In the chorus the following of our class appeared: George Lucas. J. E.
Lonergan, "Babe" Grove. "Ed" Spears. Paul Thomas. "Sam" Smith, "Bob"
Downs, "Jim" Jennings, Storm Yanderzee, illlll "Jim" Compton, while in
the second chorus we were represented by J. XY. Price. It is said by
many that the dancing was comparable to the English dancing ballet which
appeared in Fred Stones "Tip Top" some time ago.
In the glee chorus we were
glad to see "Bill" Harvey, "Larry"
BIcEvoy. "Si" Lannn, B. H. Cole.
"Charlie" Connell. and E. li. Keyte.
who are our classmates.
This production saw the stag-
ing of two particularly good "ex-
tras," a Sicilian specialty and a
sketch entitled: "There is Noth-
ing New on Earth." In both of
these our classmates figured promi-
In closing we want to say that
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the smlendid sue:-ess of these various mrmluetions would have been hardlV
p0SS1l7lG wxthont the lll1tlI'll1g2Q efforts und rust knowledge of "Charlie" Mor-
gan, Charles Gilpin, und E. RI. Luvino.
To the Class of IQQ3 we say that they have
left Z1 permanent stepping-stone to future
Pennsylvanians whereby the latter may
IN THE SPIRIT OF '76
BY DARREIJL H. SMITH and the Committee on Production. Based on Scenario by HOWARD K. MOIIR
Music and Lyrics by CHARLES GILPIN Costumes designed by EDWIN M. LAVINO
Produced under the personal direction of CI-IARLES S. IVIORGAN, JR.
THE COMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION
EDMUND H. RODGERS CIIARLES NIORGAN, JR. EDWIN M. LAVINO
JOHN H. MCYFIXDDEN, JR. TIOXVARD K. NIOIIR CIIARLRS GILPIN, Chairman
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XYILLIAM E. ALMY
CII.-XRLES D. CYONNIELL
HARRY L. CURTIS
JAMES D. COMPTON
H. BARTON DEXYINNY
EUGENE C. FELT
FRANK J. GILLIS
JOSEPH F. GILLIS
LOUIS R. GROVE
PAUL B. EIARTENSTEIN
AND WIG CLUB
L. M. C'. SA-IITII
EDwAIm G. SPEARS
VFIIADDICUS T. I-IYATT
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I'I.-XRULD J. LAAIAI
NIORGAN FRANCIS MOORE
J AMES H. PROTHERO, J R.
FRED B. SAIILLIE
L. M. C. SMITH
PAUL W. THOMAS
HAROLD W. VVALKER
ALBERT WV. ZIMMERMAN
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F THERE is one thing in which every college Freshman thinks he is truly
accomplished, that thing is singing, and we of the Class of 1923 were no
exception to the rule. But for the niost of us, just one interview or war-
bling tryout with "Pop" Scales forever convinced us that our voices were nothing
of which to boast. However, a few fortunate ones gave forth such silvery for
were they golden?j notes, that they were welcomed into the Glee Club with
open arms. Likewise, many 1923 men worked their way into the Instrumental
Club, which was led by the energetic "Dick" Weaver.
This was the first year after the S. A. T. C.. and we had the first real musical
organization since the war. Under the guidance of "Jack" Hart and Dana Wiright,
,graduate and undergraduate managers, we saw a very successful season. The
joint Pennsylvania-Dartmouth Musical Clubs concert at the Hotel Pennsyl-
vania, in New York, on the evening before the Dartmouth football game, was
an occasion never to be forgotten. Later, concerts were given at Orange. N. J..
Beechwood School, Scranton. Girard College. and in several Philadelphia schools.
The annual Cornell-Pennsylvania combined concert brought out a large and
The following season, 19Q0f2l, again found "Jack" Hart at the helm 'as
graduate manager, with "Swede" Carlson as undergraduate manager. The
season opened at Devon llanor School. on November IQ. Then came the New
York trip, for a C'oluml1ia-Pennsylvania combined concert held at the Hotel
Astor. Following in almost breathless succession were the
Thanksgiving concert at the TXTU.l1llfl1C'tllI'GI"S Club. concerts
on the campus. concerts at the Germantown Cricket club,
. the Harcum School, Beechwood, Girard College, West
Point Military .-Xcademy, iYashington. Hvilson College.
and Harrisburg. That schedule was more pretentious and
interesting than it had been for some years.
As Juniors we saw almost a repetition of the previous
year. Practically every audience before which we had
appeared in 19620-Q1 was anxious to hear us again. "Jack"
Hart and "Bob" Riley arranged for combined concerts
Mr. Geo, E. N1'f2SC110 with Lafayette, Dartmouth, and Cornell during the foot-
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND GLH111 CLVB
ball season. WVe again went to VVashington, the Harcum School, Devon Manor,
and Beechwood, not to mention quite a few concerts given in the suburbs of
Our successful season, however, was sadly interrupted when, on February
13, 1922, we lost our old friend, Burton F. Scales, director of the Glee Clubs for
fourteen years. It was our privilege to work with "Pop" Scales for three years,
and he earned a place high in our esteem, both for his outstanding personality
and for his great ability.
This year closed a period in the history of the Pennsylvania lVIusical Clubs.
Before going on it might be well to stop and see who, in the Class of 1923, were
numbered in the lVIusical Clubs' ranks. In the Glee Club we had Harry
Haberle, and VVilliam Harvey carrying first tenor parts, with "Bart"
DeVinny, Paul Hartenstein, and Paul Thomas on second tenor. "Benn
lVIcGiveran and "Jack" Strain sang first bass, while 1923, with S'Bob" Hamil-
ton, BI. F. hloore, T. IV. Wardle, "Ed" 1Vheeler. and "Al" Zimmerman, nearly
had a monopoly of the second basses. Besides this, the "demon accompanist"
was our own "Dave" Zoob.
In the Instrumental Club, 1923 boasted of the following men: "hIaceH
Teetor, leaderg G. IV. Haley, Frank Herdeg, H. M. Irvin, T. L. Sedwick, Storm
Vanderzee, Howard lVall, and J. O. lYoodling. tenor banjosg L. H. Thayer and
C. H. Pfohl, saxophones1 T. N. Catujian and Allan Gould, violins: BI. T. Harrell
and Lester Hergesheimer, flutes. Thus it can be seen that in three years 1923
had acquired a large representation in the lIusical Clubs.
In the spring of 1922 a movement was started among prominent and inter-
ested alumni, the ultimate aim of which was to effect a complete reorganization
of undergraduate musical activities, and to give the Musical Clubs a permanent
graduate body somewhat after the idea of the Graduate 3Iask and 'Wig Club.
After organization plans were completed, the man chosen to carry them out was
Dr. H. Alexander hlatthews, the well-known organist., composer, and director.
:Associated with him were Richard L. lYeaver as director of the Band, Orchestra
and Instrumental Club, and George E. Nitsche as graduate business manager.
In the fall of 1922, with this trio at the helm. the new "AIusical Club of the
University of Pennsylvania" was launched into a most
successful season. The following units were organized:
a Glce Club of 165 men, University Band of 92 pieces,
Symphony Orchestra of 80 instruments. Instrumental
Club of -10, and a large Sight-Singing Class, each with its
own organization and officers. The classes of membership
in the new hIusical Club are active, associate, graduate.
and life. hlembership includes admission to all concerts
of the Club or of any unit. besides receiving a. special rate
on tickets for various plays and musical entertainments
Calvin H. Rankin Several prizes have been founded by int.erested alumni,
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Leader . .
First Tenor . . .
Second Tenor . .
Baritone . . .
Second Buss .
President . .
Treasurer' . .
, . . . . . . . . ,GEOROI-: W. NOR'ruROI-.'24-
Uluzx 'I'1I.xY14:R. '23
. . . . . . . . . . .I.'l.YDE R. DExOLER,'25
. . ARTHUR CIABRIELIAN, '25
, . I'IARHY W. BLANK, '25
. . . . , . . . , . . LEON T. MOORE, 'QI
, . , . . . . , , . . TI-IEO. N. SPENCER, '2-I
, , FRANCIS R. BTILLS, '26
B. STEGURA, '27
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B. CORRIN. JR., '25
R. GAILY, '25
SONG LEADERS-FRANKLIN FIELD
E. HOPKINS COLE, '23
ClL7:Cj4PAUL IV. TIIOAIIXS,
H. L. HABERLE, '23
R. M. COOK, '25 HOWV'ARD S. HATEIELD, '24
EDWIN R. COX, '25 H. HEDLEY, '23
EUGENE FELT, '24 FRANKLIN L. HERDEG,
FRANK J. GILLIS, '24
JOHN J. KEEVERS, '25
T. WILSON VVARDLE, '23
PAUL F. KILBURN, '2I
BEN S. IXTCGIYVERAN, '23
GEORGE U. MARYOTT, '24-
MORGIAN F. MOORE, '23g
BERNARD G. SPILLIE,'Q4I1
to be awarded annually for the best Pennsylvania songs.
The Club and its various units have given monthly
concerts in Weightman Hall and the Academy of Music,
followed by formal dances, and the attendance at these
functions has been very encouraging. The Instrumental
Club, Band, Orchestra, and Glee Club have broadcasted
radio concerts through the Gimbel-Ledger Station. Besides
these, the following concerts are worthy of notice: Janu-
ary 17, 1923, University Band led by .Iohn Philip Sousag
A January 31, combined Princeton-Pennsylvania lNIusical
Lauri-1, 11, Tlmypr Clubs Concert at the Academy of Blusicg Blarch 3, Glee
Club at Annual Intercollegiate Glee Club Concerts, New
York. Concerts were also given at Altantic City, N. J.. Binghamton and Buffalo,
N. Y., and Ardmore, Pa.
In this greatly enlarged hIusical Club. the Class of 1923 played a leading
part. The extent of 19Q3's leadership can be realized by one glance at the list
of of'Hcials of the various clubs. This year has seen the dawn of a new era in
the history of University of Pennsylvania music. It was our fortune to be
part of the bridge spanning the gap between the old and the new, and we
may justly and proudly claim to have done much in the establishment of this
new regime. Slay 'this first season, with its huge successes and great campus
popularity. be only the forerunner of a truly brilliant future.
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S'l'l'l'7liNT at Pennsylvania can easily find. ainong the great number of
activities fostered by the Ivniversily, some special one that seems best
adapted to himself. Wvliat the sports offer lo the would-be athlete,
what the publications give to the novice in the field of journalism and writing,
what the Mask and XYig holds for the aspirant to terpsiehorean honors, the
minor dramatic organizations of the l'niversity promise to the neophyte seeking
The l'niversity Dramatic Flub made its first bow lo the theatre-going element
of the Lniversity in our Sophomore year when it presented "The Admirable
Crichton," by J. II. Barrie at the Little Theatre Know known as the "Plays and
Players C'lub"D. The Dramatic- Club filled a long-felt need at l,'ennsylvania
by offering membership to both men and women students in an organization
that had as its sole object the production of plays and the fostering of a keener
interest in the drama of today. Professor Dohnan of the English Department,
by his untiring work in the Club's behalf. has done much toward making it a
permanent addition to University activities. Last year. "lbs, Bmnpstead-
Lee" was produced at the Philomusian Club. and for its annual spring production
the Club staged "The Yellow Jacket," a charming travesty on Chinese drama
by Hazelton and Benrimo, at the Little Theatre. In this. our Senior year, the
Club has produced several one-act plays, among them "The Sunf, by Gals-
worthy, for the Ac-tor's Fund, and "Pantaloon," by J. BI. Barrie, as its entry
in the Forum contest at the Academy of Music. "The Tragedy of Nanf, by
lVIasefield, has been chosen for this year's annual production at the Little
Theatre. This spring also saw the formation at Pennsylvania of a chapter in
Theta Alpha Phi, a national dramatic fraternity Whose membership is open to
active members of the University Dramatic Club whose work has been of a
certain caliber demanded by the fraternity. 1
The Zelosophic Society, which has set for itself the unique task of producing
only significant American plays, has a long list of successes to its credit. In
1920, under the title of "Potpourri 1920,', three one-act plays by American
authors were produced, and later in the same year a revival of Edwin Forrest's
greatest success, "The Broker of Bogota," by Robert lVIontgoniery Bird, a
Philadelphian, was staged. The Society,s contribution in 1921 was "The New
York Idea,', by Langdon lVIitchell, also a Philadelphian, and the son of the late
Dr. S. VVier Mitcliell, a former trustee of the University and eminent physician
and novelist. Last year saw the reproduction of "Charles the Second," by
Wasliington Irving and John Howard Payne, and this year Charles A. Hoyt's
charming comedy, "A Temperance Town," staged at the Little Theatre, was a
timely production, bearing as it does on a popular act recently passed by our
legislators at Wlashington. As its entry in the Forum contest, Zelo produced
"A Game of Chessf, by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman.
The Philomathean Society created quite a stir among the latent playwrights
of the University in our Freshman year by inaugurating a competition for the
writing of original one-act plays. Early in the spring, the four plays awarded
the first four places, "The Broken Horn," "Her Biggest Scene," 'glade and
Ivoryf, and "Oh, Eau!,' were given. The same spring witnessed the production
at the Academy of hiusic of four one-act plays of the Celtic Renaissance: "The
Rising of the NIoon,'l by Lady Gregory, "In the Shadow of the Glenn," by John
HI. Synge, "The Singer," by Padraic Pearse, and "The Land of Heart's Desire,"
by Wlilliam Butler Yeats. In the spring of 1921, Fhiol, taking advantage of
the natural setting obtainable in the Botanical Gardens. staged an outdoor
production of 6'The T empest," by Shakespeare. The effort was so well received
that last spring "Old Fortunatusf' by Thomas Dekker, was produced in the
Gardens before enthusiastic audiences. "Bound East for Cardiff," by Eugene
O,Neill, has been chosen as Philos entry in the Forum contest at the Academy
The Engineers' Show was always an animal event before the war, and when
the "Bien About Towne" Club was established in 1919, the revival of this
miniature hlask and lYig organization was greeted with approval by all who
had witnessed its previous performances. The first performance attended by
the Class of 19Q3, as Freslnnen, was "All For Nuttin'," by "Charlie" Simon,
who was president of the Club in 1921, and who also wrote that year's produc-
tion, 'EAU for Love, or The Plumber's Bride." This year, "Laying Letty Low."
the music of which was written by "Robby" Robinson, who is also president
of the Club, was given before an enthusiastic audience which gazed spell-bound
at "Bill', Lipp, "Ot" hlanz, "Nellie" Klauder, and others of the nimble toe.
Le Cercle Francais, primarily established to promote interest in French,
also gives an annual play as one of its activities. In 19Q0. "La Poudre aux
Yeux" was given at the Philomusian Club, and hIoliere's "Les Femmes Sav-
antes" was produced at the Bellevue-Stratford. Four short plays were staged
during 19Q1: "L'Etincelle,' and "La Grammaire" at the Philomusian Club.
and 'gUn Caprice" and "Le Retour Imprevu" at the New Century drawing-
rooms. Last year, in honor of Moliere's tercentenary, Le Cercle et Salon Fran-
cais presented "L'Amour hledic-in" at the Philomusian Club.
THE "MEIN ABOUT TOVVNEH CLUB
l'1n'1'rr.v1'ly QI' l,l'lllI-VjjIl'llIlI.ll lV'rr'.w'nl.w
ULAYING l,E'l"l.'Y LOW. OR TI-IIC 'l'.Xl,E OF THE YELLOW DOG'
By O. W. Nlxxz. Ju.. I'I.lC.. '23
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Gzrmzclolyzz-Parlor Maid ,..... ..... . K. R. ICXOBLAUCII. CH.E.,
Ambrose-Ice-mlm ......... . . . . . . S. V. JENKINS, ME.,
Oszralrl S7lI'C1.7lg1I'-1'lTl'SllIllflll. al College . . . ........... H. S. '1'HoENEBE, ME.,
Betty-His Sister ..............,........... G. H. JARDEN, EE.,
M rs. Letitia S1lI'C7:1lgIC1,lI0I'llf!f of Belly mul Oswald and Boss of lhe Rcnzch . H. W. PARKER, ME.,
Dr. Amos Surcingle-Rciirerl Vmfrirzary .........,....... J. NV. LIPP, CH.,
Bill 0'1'wf1T6-COIIUQC Boy in Low with Belly ...,...,..... H. P. RCICCLURE, CH.E.,
Kitty-The Hosiess of "The Yellow Dog" . . . ...,. . . C. R. DOLMETSCH, CH.,
Mr. Airozlulc-Proprietor of "Tho Yellow Dog" ........ . H. L. H.-XEBERLE, C.E.,
O. W. NIANZ, JR., '23 H. W. W.u.KER, M.E.. '23
C. C. ROTH, C.E., '23 R. KL.XLTDER, C.E., '23
S. K. ALLMAN, CHE., '24 T. N. SPENCER, M.E., '23
A. L. ROBINSON, CH.E., '23 J. M. HEWLETT. JR., M.E., '23
L. SHUhI1XN,'R1.E., 325 C. P. O'TooLE, M.E., '24 C. R. Do1.m1E'rsCH, CH., '24
H. R. HALLORAN, C.E., ,23
C. R. HEADLEY, CH., '25
W. S. GRIFFITH, CH., '25
C. B. SONNHEIM, C.E., ,25
B. C. KOCH, M.E., '25
S. L. GERHARD, CH.E., '24
L. R. JEFFERY, M.E., '23
W. E. PEREIRA, M.E., '23
THE ZELOSOPHIC SOCIETY
"A '1'EMPERANC'IC TOWN"
'ARCH Com-im' ux' f'1I.-XRLES A. I-IOYT. LITTLE r1'IlI'I.XTRl-I-JilIllllll'j' 19. 20. 19 3
lvIl!ll'7' flz'rc'1'lz'm1 of SARA F. 'l'. Plein:
Reza Hardman . .
Lancclnl J omnv . . .
Sl. Julian Jonas . . .
"Genll0ma11 Jul'k" Worlll
Sf1ll'1'7'l' Bfflcher ...,
Kneclarzrl Pray .
Frank Ilarrlman . .
Frcrl Oalclzursl ....
Dr. Calrlzvell SClI1'yt'I' ,
Uncle Joe Viall . . .
William Pulnam .
Wes Perry . . . .
Jurlge Graham Doc .
LKUTIICCZ Sprigy . .
U'1'll Peake , . .
Pufimzcc Harflnzan .
Arabella Doc . . .
Diary Jana Jones , ,
S.xm'r:1, T. BIILLER. '26 C.
f'II1-IS'I'I-IR A, .-Kslmu. JR.. '23 WH
Iilmcmlz B. Rrmx. '26 C.
Gm' E, BIANX. '26 Wu.
W. W. W'xcx1.r:R, '24 C.
Xolumx W. CLEMEXS, '2-l- C.
C'n.xRLlcs A. LAXG. JR., '26 Wu.
LLQYD B. Gxmux. '26 Wu.
C'.uu,os K. XYIEST, '23 Wu.
Grzormm H. Kvmz, '2-L Wu.
'1'IlE0. D. Rx2m'c'K.x. '25 WH.
RIFIIARD 11. I'31Tx12R. '26 Wu.
Tmso. H. XITSCIIIC. '24 W1-1.
I-IoR,w1: J. SELIG, '23 Wu.
.IMIES E. HANNA. '25 Wu.
R. A. GEIYLIXGEIC, '25 Wu.
DIARY PAUL BURNS, '23 ED.
RIARGARITA Cx-Lmpxox, '24 Eu.
M.xRC..xRE'r L. SVHELL, '23 ED.
M.-un' E. Mrmrfonn, '23 En.
ELIZABETH K. B.mTEx. '25 ED.
IQFORIC we came to l'ennsylvania as Freslinien. there cznne to ns little
black books containing worlds of inforination-the Freslnnan Bibles.
These were the first oflif-ial. yet personal, welcome to Pennsylvania-
and they eznne froin the i'ln'istian Assoc-ialion. It was through these books that
most of ns first heard of the "if but since onr eoining to the Ifniversity it
has been a constant influence in our claily living and activity.
A HIUIHGIIIIS thought will show that most leaders on the campus are leaders
in, or are vitally interested in, Vliristian Association work. Our own leaders of
the Class of ISJQ3 have clone ninch in this line. and through their efforts have
benefited themselves and their class, as well as the Christian Association.
"Sain" 1IeC'onnell was elected president of the Association in the spring of
IQQQ and has carried tlirough an ambitions and praiseworthy program. Through
opportunities offered by his position he has certainly been an inltuence for good
on the campus. This year, a new office has been created-General Vice-President
-and Herman Hettinger. long connected with the Association through foreign
students' work. fills that position.
The first real activity was the intercollegiate conference at Silver Bay.
'The 19223 men who attended were "Herm" Hettinger, Paul Thomas, "Johnny"
Price, Earl Bazeinore. XValter Pestke, "Arch" hIcFarlane, and "Charlie" Vaughn,
'every one of whom will testify to a well-spent and profitable week.
Immediately afterward, the University Camp at
Green Lane opened. In the five boys' camp periods and
the one girls' period, Dana How had almost a thousand
of the less fortunate children of Philadelphia. The Class
-of '23 had many "angels" who helped to run this paradise
at Green Lane. "Tom" Ringe was chief counselor and
"Sam" NIcConnell served as athletic director. Other
counselors were Frew Wfaidner, Hans Wfeniger, Paul
Thomas, "Louie" Rimer, "Johnny, Abersold, "Jerry',
Coleman, Earl Bazemore, and Harold Prentzel.
In September, just before the first term opened, the
annual camp for Freshmen was held at Green Lane. Sam McConnell
President, SAMUEL KERNS NICCONNELL, JR.
General Vice-President, HERM:IN S. HETTINGER
Baptist, EARL BAZEMORE Methodist, E. D. BAXTER Law, JAMES PATTERSON
Episcopal, PATRICK M. MALIN Presbyterian, JOHN HUMES Medicine, J. VERNON ELLSON
Lutheran, L. A. BRUNNER Reformed, ROBERT H. SHANK Veterinary, J. S. HOGG
' Dental, ALFRED LANGDON
Other Denominations, RAYMOND E. KREIDER
REV. CHARLES O. WRIGHT
Chapel, Vocational and Episcopal
REV. JOHN R. HART, JR.,
DANA G. HOW
Presbyterian and World .Missions
REV. CHARLES A. ANDERSON
Methodist and Religious Education.
REV. E. GUY CUTSHALL, PH.D.
Dean of Pennsylvania M edieal School, Shanghai,
J OSIAH C. MCCR:ICIiEN
Baptist, Special Meetings and Conferences
REV. FREDERICK B. IGLER, M.A.
A REV. A. XVALDO STEVENSON
Lutheran and Personal Work
REV. ROBERT H. G'EARIIART, JR.
REV. CLAYTON H. RANCK
MISS IVIADELEINE ERSIQINE
Foreign Students, A. P. WVILLIAMS
Finance, CFOIVNSEND B. YOUNG
Personal Work, DONALD HEAD
Religions Education, VVALLACE KIhIB.ALL
Social Service, LLOYD COCHRAN, CARL S.
Special M ectings, JOHN SCHELL
Vocational Counsel, STEPHEN SWEENEY
World Missions, GORDON NIA!-IY
About 125 Freshmen attended what was considered as the best camp ever
run by the C. A. Those who attended were given a full share of Pennsylvania
spirit and ideals by "Je-rryl' Coleman, John Schell, "Dave', Cavers, Paul
Hartenstein, "Tom" Ringe, "Don" Head, and others. "Sam" lVIcConnell
was director of this camp. One of those who helped make this camp a success
was Dr. Holmes. Dean of lVIen. Coming from Drake University to fill this
newly created oflice, Dr. Hohncs has time and again found it in his power
to aid the Christian Association, and his help on such occasions cannot be
Another annual affair run for the Freshmen was the reception, on September
30, before the Franklin and lVIarshall football game. About a thousand Fresh-
men were the guests of the Association at a luncheon in Wleightman Hall. This
same week, the various churches on and near the campus held their annual
receptions, banquets, or "open houses" for students.
On November QQ, Q3, and Qi, Charles Gilkey led a series of inspirational
meetings in Wfeightman Hall. These were a great success, largely due to the
efforts of the manager, John Schell.
Soon after came the dormitory
and fraternity discussion groups.
This year there were over Hfty
such groups and there ca.n be no
doubt but what they exerted a
strong influence on campus life.
The last outstanding C. A.
activity was the financial campaign.
This was managed by "Tubby,'
Young, and the results were ex-
ceedingly gratifying. The energetic '
committee secured 954,000 in cash and pledges for 341,000 additional.
Year in and year out there goes on a great work-a strong institution that
carries Pennsylvania's name farther and farther. This institution is the Uni-
versity Settlement House at Qfith and Lombard Streets. Here, all day long and
well into the night, Pennsylvania men are giving instruction, guidance, and
leadership to the less fortunate. The service department of the Christian Associa-
tion, Which cooperates in this work, was led during the past yea.r by Lloyd
Cochrane and Carl Dow. "Frew', Waidner and Frank Herdeg have also done
praiseworthy work in this connection.
Before closing we must note some changes in the C. A. personnel. Rev.
Robert H. Gearhart is the new Lutheran Secretary and Rev. Clayton H. Ranck
represents the Reformed Church. Both of these men have quickly and easily
assimilated their tasks and have worked themselves into places high in the
We cannot express too emphatically our appreciation of the cooperation and
help accorded us by the Christian Association secretaries and by the Christian
Association in general. The existence of such an organization as this is a
large factor in the maintenance of high standards in every phase of University
life. The Class of 1923, in leaving, takes with it much that has been received
through the C. A. and its Work, and which will serve as a mighty influence
in the future of every man.
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SURVEY of the debating activities for the second term of 1921-Q2 and
the first term of IQQQ-Q3 reveals a large percentage of victories. During
the spring of 1922, Pennsylvania's forensic representatives met and
defeated Syracuse, George Washington, and Columbia, losing to Cornell and
Bates. Taken with the earlier victories over Pittsburgh and North Carolina,
these contests composed a season of five victories and two defeats.
Coincident with the opening of school last fall, a debate was arranged, after
protracted negotiation, with the Oxford representatives who were touring the
East. W'eightman Hall was crowded, and the Pennsylvanians succeeded in
securing the majority of their hearers, votes. The University team upheld
the negative of the League of Nations question in this international contest.
Early in October the Debate Council joined the Eastern Collegiate Debate
Association, comprising nine colleges and universities, each of which will have
four series of triangulars during the year. Pennsy1vania,s first contest was
with VVilliams and Amherst, the negative team defeating the former and the
affirmative succumbing to the arguments of their Mlassachusetts rivals. In
the second term the team faces Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, Wlesleyan, Cornell,
and Columbia in triangularsg probably Pittsburgh, North Carolina and Batesg
possibly a trip through the hliddle Wlest during Easter recess, as well as proposed
feature debates with Temple and Vassar, and one in the national capitall under
the auspices of the National Literary Society.
The participation of the Class of 1993 in debating centers largely about the
persons of Herman Hettinger and Carl Smith Dow. Hettinger has been on the
team all four years, starting as alternate in his Freshman year and ending as a
member of the group which met Oxford last October, and sandwiching in two
years as one of the captains. Dow was on the Junior 'Varsity his Sophomore
year and a captain on the ,Varsity the following season, also debating against
Oxford. In addition, these two men were members of the Debate Council their
last two years, Dow serving as president the current year. Lewis K. Rimer and
Frederick Zimmer are two other Class of 19Q3 men who have served on the
Council, the former having been its head during his Junior year.
At the time of writing, a proposed revision of the personnel and work of
the Council is before the Provost for his approval.
'VARSITY DEBATE COUNCIL AND TEAMS
OFFICERS OF DEBATE COUNCIL
Manager ......... CARL S. Dow, XVI-I. ,23
Assistant lllanager .
FREDERICK ZIMMER, WH. '23
LEWIS K. RIMER, WH. '23
. . ARTHUR T. GILLESPIE, WH. '24
NORMAN S. CLRMRNS, WH. '24
PATRICK M. MALIN, WH. '24
HERMAN S. HETTINGER, WH. '23 JOHN H. JVENMAN, WH. '25
REV. JOHN R. HART, JR.
'VARSITY DEBATE TEAMS
FRANK SCHOBLE, C. '24
ARTHUR T. GILLESPIE, WH. ,245
JOHN S. COWAN, ED. '25
W. C. JASON, JR., C. '24
PATRICK M. MIALIN, WH. '24
JOHN H. X7ENMAN, WH. ,25
DAVID C. COLONY, C. '24
EDWARD BIBRRMAN, WH. ,24
DELTA SIGMA RHO
DR. :RAYMOND T. BYE FRANK S. PARKER
DR. THOMAS D. COPE DR. JOSEPH H. JVILLITS
REV. JOHN R. HART DR. JAMES T. YOUNG
DR. EDNVARD S. MEADE HAROLD N. BURT
ALFRED H. JVILLIAMS THOMAS J. MURPHY
President .... . . CARL S. DOW
Seclretary-Treasurer . . PATRICK NI. IVIALIN
HERB'IAN S. HETTINGER J. LEO BUOKLEY
PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY
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First Ccnsor .
Scriba . . .
Treasurer . .
Librarian . .
FRANK C. BAXTER
DAvID C. COLONY
ALFRED B. HARDAGE
CHARLES B. RE.ALEY
PAUL G. CIIANCELLOR
PHILIP A. LIVINGSTON
PAUL W. BOXVMAN
Second T erm
CHARLES B. REALEY
ALFRED B. HARBAGE
HERBERT W. FITZROY,
EDXVARD S. VVEYL
RALPH C. BUSSER, JR.
JOSE BERGUIDO V
THOMAS C. BALLAGH
HERMAN S. HETTINGER '
GEORGE W. TAYLOR
JOSEPH K. SKILLING
CHARLES B. REALEY
JONATHAN H. PUGH
FRANK C. BAXTER
CARL S. DOW
CHARLES E. FROHMAN
THOIVLAS C. BALLAGH
PAUL G. CHANCELLOR
DAVID C. COLONY
ALFRED B. HAIiBAGE
AYLVVYN P. VVILLIAMS
VVENDELL B. EKI-IOLM
JOHN H. VENMAN
:HERBERT W. FITZROY, JR.
HENRY W. XVENDT
PHILIP A. LIVINGSTON
WINDSOR F. COUSINS
O. STUART THOMPSON,
J. LEROY ARNOLD
EDWARD S. VVEYL
LYLE E. REPLOGLE
FRANKLIN C. BING.
PAUL W. BOYVMAN
XVILLIAM M. LEE
RALPH B. SHARER
EDXVARD G. YEOMANS
CHI LIEN HSU
RALPH C. BUSSER, JR.
VVILLIAM S. MOCAHAN
HERMAN G. LIVEZEY
SABATO M. BENDINER
HIRAIVI P. BAMBERGER JAMES CRAXVFORD
REDPORD R. H. SARGENT ELI K. PRICE, 3d.L
ZELOSOPI-IIC LITERARY SOCIETY
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President . . .
Treasurer . .
Master of Archives .
IIORACE J. SELIG
CARLOS K. XVIEST
NYORMAN YV. CLEMENS
VVILBUR C. PEARCE
LESLIE J. BOXVLER
Second T erm
CARLOS K, XVIEST
NORMAN W. CLEMENS
XYILLIAM PAGE TVIEALING
GEORGE J. COVALT
RIIDOLPII A. GEIQLINCQER.
HORAXCE J. SELIG
CARLOS K. WIEST
CHESTER A. ASHER, JR.
GEORGE A. SHELLAS
NORMAN W. CLEMENS
ORVILLE E. WEBER
S en iors
Jzm io rs
FREDERICK W. DEININGER
GEORGE J. COYALT
SAMUEL K. NICCONNELL
OSCAR S. NELSON
DANIEL G. ROTHERMEL
THEODORE H. NITSCHE
IJIARDLD L. JONES
THEODORE D. REDUCKA
GEORGE M. ALLEMAN
VVILBUR C. PEARCE
WILLIAM P. JMIEALING
GEORGE H. KURTZ
EDGAR B. RUDIN
GUY E. MANN
DONALD N. CAMERON
LLOYD B. GILMAN
RUDOLPH A. GERLINGER
JAMES A. I'I.-ANNA
D. BARLOVV BURKE
VICTOR E. DEMERS
RUSSEL D. HERSHE1'
THOMAS R. REDXVOOD
HENRY H. JACOBS
JOHN T. SCHAFFER
THOMAS S. LEE
VVILLIAM P. LAWS
EDWARD C. DENNY
K. W. CHAUN
PHILIP R. SCHUMAKER
CLIFFORD M. IRVING
J. VVILFRED EMLING
SAMUEL T. MILLER
LOUIS G. ZAMACONA
CHARLES H. LIORGAN
HARRY' F. WALLS
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LEWIS R. GOLDBLATT
BURLINGTON COUNTY 'CLUB
President . .
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
JOI-IN W. OWEN
THOMAS P. DYSON
FORREST C. JOBES
HORACE E. PERRET
. . FLOYD P. KARG
. . J. XVILBERT SNYDER, JR.
. . LAWRENCE H. NOLTE
. ALBERT VVORTH
CAPXTOL CITY CLUB
President . .
Secretary . .
WALTER E., CARTER
JOHN HOMER CHASE
WM. R. MILLER, JR.
J. H. COOK
FRANK B. NIARKRITER
WVELLS S. BUCKINGHAM
ROBERT L. FLATHER
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HENRY P. BORIE RUDOLPH
J. MANDERSON CASTLE
HUBERT I. DUPONT
ROBERT A. EICHELBERGER
JAMES S. FARNUM
HOYT G. GRIFFITH
CHARLES A. UHLE
WALTER R. KURTZ, JR.
JOHN L. RANDALL
HARRY G. SIEGRIST
JOSEPH C. TAYLOR
C'EST LA GUERRE CLUB
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C. C. ALCORN
B. F. ALLEN
V. L. ANNIS
JOHN C. EVANS
WM. K. ILHODES
E. R. SOUTHICE
E. H. SAILE
J. J. TVIALONE
H. L. FIEINEMAN, Chairman
ARTHUR L. M:Xl2LOXVE
P11I1lir'iz'y Officer .... HARRY XV. GRAY
CI-IAS. J. HAINES
R. F. HAMMAN
A. A. HAIVKINS
H. G. BANZIIOPE
G. R. BAYNUM
H. C. BEST
D. M. BLUM
J. H. BORBRIDOE
B. J. BROWN
D. V. BUCK
J. J. BUCKLEY
K. L. BLY
J. A. BOXVMAN
G. S. CALLOXVAY
A. YV. CHAMBERLAIN
VV. G. CHRISTOPPERSEN
-G. G. COLE
E. R. COLEMAN
G. S. COMPTON
J. A. CONXVAY
C. E. CORT
A. T. CULLEN
VV. J. CURLEY
S. NI. CRISP
W. L. CLUSH
J. E. DAY
J. L. DENNISON
J. A. IJOUGHERTY
E. R. DUCKERING
M. P. EATON
N. H. EDDY
J. K. EICDAL
J. C. EVANS
G. W. FARABAUGH
L. M. FORREST
C. P. FRANK
W. D. FULLER
R. F. FLECK, M.D.
J. E. GODETT
H. W. GRAY
H. F. HIXMEII
R. H. N EWMAN
C. H. M:XLONEY'
E. E. MCKEE
T. F. O'DEA
I. F. OESTE
J. R. PI-IENEYER
H. E. POTTER
J. NV. REBER
J. L. REILLEY
W. K. RHODES
R. J. ROBBINS
C. S. RICH
E. H. SAILE
E. P. SALISBURY
G. P. SAVAGE
J. J. SCHEERING
G. B. SHELDON, JR.
W. H. SHOEMAKER
A. S. SMITH
E. R. SOUTI-IEE
L. I. SPOONER
A. G. STEXV.-KRT
R. W. SHERRY
G. M. SAvANSoN
E. F. 'THOMPSON
C. A. TIFFANY
G. R. TOUCHSTONE
A. C. TOTTNE
F. B. 'TRESCHER
H. A. D. WACKER
H. D. XVAGONHURST
J. R. WALKER
A. NI. XVI-IITAKER
B. H. VVILDERMUTH
D. A. XVILLIS
J. T. FVILLIS
R. VVILLIAMS, REV.
CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB
Presidezzt . .
Secretary . .
T. Y. CHANG
, . P. C. YANG
. . FELTON CHOW
. . T. T. QUO
K. N. LI
M. H. LI
T. C. LI
E. C. LING
S. M. LING
C. M. LIN
J. C. LIU
T. C. LIU
C. S. Lo
VV. Y. Loo, JR.
J. Y. LOUIE
S. Y. LOWNE
T. T. Quo
M. C. SUN
L. K. SUNG
Vice-Presiderzzf. . .
Treasurer . . ,
L. DE PASQUALE
HIIXRRY J. DRAGONETTI
. PHILIP FRANZESE
J. A. L. ERRIGO
L. J. DE NOTE
C. F. BUEALINO
D. L. FANTE
G. P. SELLA
J. W. DE LISI
F. M. TRAVALINE
C. DI GIOVANNI
THE EPISCOPAL ACADEMY CLUB
President , . . .
Vice-President . . .
Secretary . ,ROBERT
Treasurer , . . EDVKVARD
CHARLES BACHE 4
THIADDEUS DALY, JR.
N. CRENSHAWV ,NICELROY
H. DOUGLAS PAXSON
D. STEWART POLK
PHILIP WALLIS .
JO1-IN VVILLIAMS, JR
PT6SZ'Cl0flf . .
Secretary . .
E.ve0utz'zwe Comm 1'tz'ee ,
DAVID LOUIS .ABEL
JAMES BIAIR ANDERSON
GUSTAV FREDERICK BECKE
HARRY PAUL BECKER
HILTON FRANCIS BICKING
FRANKLIN CHURCH BING
HARRH' GILBERT BLAIR
JAMES EDWARD BOWMAN
THEODORE H. BUTTON
CLINTON M. CHERRY
CHARLES E. CONNON
ALFRED BENNET HARBAGE
EARL G. HARRISON
CHARLES J. JUSTICE
HAROLD F. KRANTZ
HOWARD R. LOTT
NORBIIAN B. MCCULLOCH
CHARLES G. STEHLE
WILLIAM H. STEYVART
RENIBRANDT D. SUMMERS
LEROY H. VANDERFORD
HENRY B. WALTER
MILTON A. BELL
. HOWARD R. LOTT
VVILLIAM H. STEWART
THOMAS A. BENITEAU
HAROLD S. GRANT
HENR1' J. LEVY
JAMES W. MCLEA
SAMUEL L. AKVOODHOUSE
ALLEN J . LEASE
MELVILLE W. FULLER
FRANKLIN D. HEISS
ROLAND D. CAIN
XVILLARD G. COOK
JAMES J. CUNNINGHAM
JOSEPH W. IQRADOSKA
VVARREN A. BROWN
GREENSBURG W. DONOVAN
LAWRENCE J. MCEVOY
CHAS. H. THOMAS
LOUIS G. FLITTER
CHARLES S. TOMLINSON
GEO. W. TAYLOR
GERMANT OWN FRIENDS SCHOOL CLUB
1J7'U.S'ljCZ67'L7f . . .
Vice-President . .
Secretary . .
WALTER PAWSON MILLER, JR.
EDWIN PAUL PATTON
SPARTA FRITZ, JR.
CHARLES ROBERT TRUITT
NICHOLAS NEWLIN BAILY
ROBERT NORTON DOWNS, Sd
HENRY LAWTON RUSSELL
ELWOOD FRANKLIN REEVES, JR.
ROBERT LUCAS PITFIELD, JR.
JAMES ROBERT WOOD DOWNS
ALFRED PARSONS HULBIE
JAMES LEE PATTON, JR.
ffl-IOMAS HOMER ATI-IERTON, JR
JOSEPH GRANVILLE GOFF
JAMES FORSYTHE NICHOLAS
HIRABI XVARREN RICHMOND
PTO.S'7:d'fIli ...... ROBERT E. STAFFORD
Secretary-Treasurer . MAURICE L. H.kRRELL
EDGAR W. BECKMAN
EDWARD M. BRESETT
DOMER E. DEYY'EY
NEIL S. ESTABROOK
JOHN W. FORREC
STANLEY L. GUMBLE
FRANK L. HAMILTON
MAX E. KLEEM.iN
MARION A. PIKE
RICHARD J. RUSSELL
L. L. SEDXVICK
W. P. VVAGNER
WVILLARD N. BREIDE
M. R. BICKLE
VVARD L. BARNES
M. EUGENE CLARK
WILLIAM E. DAVIES
C. F. EFROYINSON
HENRY J. FRENZEL
A. D. HOWLETT
HOWVARD H. HATEIELD
CHARLES H. MARTIN
STEWART W. PIKE
FRED H. BECKMAN
KIRK L. BLY
IIOXVARD K. BRIDGES
JAMES N. DE.-XKIN. JR.
RICHARD G. FOLTZ
RALPH C. GUENTHER
FRANK M. HARLEM
HARRY A. HUNSBERGER
J. G. KAPP
RICHARD H. PRETZ
W. D. PLATTER
C. R. RUCKELSHAUSE
ARCH C. VORIS
LEXVIS J. WOOD
P-resident . . . . . DIERLE E. SMITH
Vice-President . . . . Ross VVALLACE
Secretary . . . . CECIL M. RHODES
Treasurer .,..... HYLIAN DAVIDSON
Correspondence Secretary DAVIS CHAMBERLAIN
T. J. I-IANLEY
HOWARD A. BRODY F. P. HUEF
Z. G. FENNER
A. L. FITZGERALD
F. B. GODDEN
LAX7ERNE B. HERRING
C. HALFORD 1
D. M. LIDDLE
J. H. PUGH
BERTRAM W. STRAUSS
H. O. SUGG
JOHN F. VVHELIHAN
BURON R. PINNEY
W. F. HARRNIAN
EDWIN R. WILLIAMS
H. C. JENSON
LE CERCLE FRANQAIS
Presideni . . 4 . . HERRIANN FORTIER, WH. 'QS
Vice-Presz'dent ..... JosE BERGUIDO, W1-1. '24
Secretary . . . . , FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, C. 'Qi
T-reasureir . . , . ALBERT JOSEPH NPORRIER, WH. ,Q5
Director . . . PROF. ALBERT FRANCIS HURLBURT
E CERCLE FRANQAIS was organized in 1899, and has for its purpose
the study and the cultivation of the French language. lVIeetings are
held monthly in conjunction with Le Salon Francais, the Women's
organization, and a play is presented each spring. At these meetings promi-
nent men, exponents of French culture and thought, address the societies in
French, after which discussion ensues, and the evening is terminated with an
informal dance. These gatherings take place at the International Students'
House. This year the following men have addressed the club: Dr. J. P. Wicker-
shain Crawford, on "L'origine du Cercle Francaisvg Prof. A. F. Hurlburt, on
"Maria Chapdelainevg M. Emanuel de Margerie, on "Les Auteurs Scientifiques
Modernes"g and Prof. Giroud, on 6'Les Poemes d' Edmond Rostandf, lylari-
vauX's classical and piquant eighteenth century comedy, "Le J eu de l'Amour et
du I-Iazardfy was successfully produced in May at the Plays and Players,
Theatre by members of both societies coached by Prof. Hurlburt.
LUZERNE COUNTY CLUB
J. J. APONICK
W. J. BECKLEY,
R. N. COLLINS
E. J. CORNER
J. B. FLANAGAN
T. J. FINNEGAN
L. B. FREEMAN
A. C. HEIIM
President . . .
C01'TCS1707lll'i71.g Secretary . .
Recorclhzg S ecrelary
R. A. DORSCH
JR. JESSE HYMAN
J. WV. JONES
J. P. KEATING
J. S. KULP
M. L. LYDON
CHARLES F. LONG
D. R. MAJOR
A. H. NIILLER
J. M. NIILLER
J. G. MORGAN
J. O. SCHMITT
E. T. STONE
President . . . . . JOSEPH H. BIBEN
Vice-President , . . , REUBEN MAGILL
Treasurer ........ . . JOSEPH FELDMAN
Co-rresponding Secretary . . . GERTRUDE BUCHMAN
Recording Secretary ...... BERTHA HEIDELBERGER
JACK AVERBACH MORRIS LIEBMAN
JACK FELT HELEN TEITELMAN
E. K. 0. M. . .
S. K. 0. M. . .
G. 0. 0. C. .
F. N. NATHAN
F. M. GILLESPIE
J. S. CHAMBERS
S. M. KLEEBIAN
G. N. BIGGS
D. T. ROWND
H. E. EMMONS
. . .ARTHUR BEREN
. . A.- S. EMMONS, JR.
. . M. A. MENDEL
. . MORRIS BERMAN
Roll Call of M oonshfiners
F. D. DODDRILL
F. J. ANDERSON
I. P. BROXVN
J. P. POLAN
R. C. LAW
E. C. YANCEY
E. F. FRYER
H. H. ONVENS
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL CLUB
Presiflenl . . . . PAUL D. NUBER
Vice-Pre.s-zklent . . . CHRISTOPHER W. BUEHL
Secretary . . . J. FRED X7OLLMER
TTl'7f1SIlI'C7'. . . IJOXVARD NI. T EAF. JR.
RANDOLPH F. ABBOTT
ARNE P. ARNESON
JOHN J. fXSHTON
FRANCIS M. BARRICH
M. H. BAUM
S. M. BENDINER
HARRY H. BERNTHEISEL
F. A. BONASI
BENJAMIN A. BOURNE
JOSEPH E. BROWN
ROBERT F. BROWN
CHRISTOPHER JY. BUEHL
PAUL G. CHANCELLOR
GORDON H. CLARK
R. S. CLOVER
ROY L. COHEN
HUBERT A. CORBE
L. E. DAVID, JR.
HOXVARD E. DETURK
F. WESLEY DITTMAN
J. D. DORSEY
CHARLES B. EGOLF
H. V. EICHMANN
E. S. ELDRIDGE, JR.
JOHN M. FEENY
NIICHAEL W. FISCH
EDWARD L. FISCHER
GEORGE G. GIX'EN
L. H. GOULD
CHARLES GREEN, JR.
ROBERT A. GROFF
S. RHEN GUNDRUM
PAUL E. T. GUTENKUNST
G. KELLOCIQ H.ALE, JR.
E. E. HANSCOM, JR.
JOHN R. HARTMAN
XVALTER T. H.AZLETT
BENJAMIN H. HELLLIIAN
JOSEPH M. HEXY'LETT, JR.
LEONARD F. HIRSCIi
DON:XLD K. HOWE
ELIHU J. HURNVITZ
LEXVIS M. JOHNSON
CHARLES B. KASS
CHARLES S. KIEFER, 3d
RALPH A. KINCKINER
RALPH A. KRAUSE
CHARLES F. KUDER
J. S. LANVSON
JOHN P. LUKENS
XVILLIAM A. MIKCKIE
GEORGE W. NIARTYN, JR.
JOHN H. MOCOMB
SAMUEL K. MCCONNELL, JR.
HEIZBEIRT H. NIIDDLETON
RAYMOND T. MOOCK
ROBERT W. NOBLE
PAUL D. N UBER
RICHARD J. PARTRIDGE
F. XV. PAUL
VVILLIAM E. PEREIRA
EDXVARD E. PICK.-XRD
G. W. PFLUG-FELDER
D. BROOKS POYVELL
JOSEPH P. REA
GEORGE C. READ
A. H. SCHOELL
H. M. SHARKIS
C. S. SMITH
JOHN G. SMITH, JR.
PAUL R. SMITH
EDXVIN B. SONNHEIM
ARTHUR U. SUFRIN
T. J. TALLEY, 3d
TIOXVARD M. TEAF, JR.
TVILLIAM B. THREAPLETON
J. H. TOLSON
F. G. ULLBERG
J. FRED VOLLMER
L. E. TVEISBECKER
THE NEWMAN CLUB
First Vz'cc-Przfszfzlalzf . .
Secforzcl Vice-Pre.vz'dent .
Rzff'0rrIing Sacwfrlrly . .
C01'1'c.sp071rII'ng SC'CI'CflII'y .
MARTIN F. VLARLEY
'FALBOT H. DIZESSEN-LDBLANIC
EIARY M. GALLEN
WILLIAM J. DOYLE
JAMES H. MCGOWAN
E.-XRNEST C. SCHNVILK
REV. JOHN YV. IKEOGI-I
HE NEVVIVIAN CLUB is the club of the Catholic students at Penn
sylvania. It was founded in 1893 and has the distinction of being the
oldest, largest and Inost active denominational club at the University.
Its activities are very extensive in the fields Of religious, educational, athletic
and social service work. It also holds numerous social functions, engages in
dramatics and conducts a student Employment Bureau. The club is now
occupying new and spacious buildings Which contain St. Bede,s Chapel, Newman
Hall, many large club rooms, and accommodations for fifty students. The
property also includes the residence and Oflice of the chaplain, Rev. John W.
Keogh, who is also National Chaplain Of the Federation of College Catholic
Clubs. The following is the representation Of the Club in the diHerent athletics.
BASEBALL FOOTBALL GOLF
VVILLIAM C. IMIAHER WILLIAM T. C ULLEN THOMAS CONTE
HENRY D. ROIIRER FRANK R. lDENVHIRST
OSWALD H. ROTH JAMES DEXVHIRST TRACK
WILLIAM L. SIMPSON
EUGENE C. BONNIVVELL.
JOHN V. BREXV
JAMES E. CARMACK
JOHN J. DOYLE
JAMES P. IAJCNICHOL
JAMES S. CLIFFORD, JR
JOHN A. BRESLIN
JOHN H. CHASE
JOHN A. LUKAS
EDXVARD A. FARRELL
EDXVIN J. FEENEY
JOSEPH F. GILLS
NOEAL A. HLTBER
XVILLIAM T. KELLY
THOMAS A. .WICINIAMARA
WILLIAM H. OVREILLY
FRANK G. RECKUS
JOHN H. REINERS
GEORGE H. SULLIVAN
IEICTOR V. SNVEENEY
FERNAND E. ESTEYEZ
YARMOND G. FISHER
XVILLIAM P. FOLEY
EDXVARD H. FRIEL
MATTHEW E. KEOGH
GEORGE F. MEREDITI1
JOHN WM. MOONEY
ERIN C. SMITH
.JOHN P. IVIURDOCK
SAMUEL B. HADDEN
FRANCIS L. KIEP
CREW RIFLE JOSEPH J. :KIVLAN
EDWARD MITCHELL BKIORGAN C. HOUSEL ROBERT M. MCCLENN.AN
JOHN E. IXJCNICHOL
HOCKEY SOCCER ARTHUR F. THOMPSON
RICHARD J. KEARNS, JR.
EDWARD L. BROWN
JOHN T. CLOSE
ANTHONY A. FLECK
GEORGE B. STEVENS
IJANS F. BOOS
VVILLIAM J. DOUGHERTY
THADDEUS M. JASKOXVIAK
JAMES E. IVIORAN
JOHN M. VANNEMANN
JUAN N. TORULLA
JAMES F. O'HEA
ROBERT E. POLOSKY
WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN
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President . . . .RALPH D. LOVENDALE
Secretary . . . .J. M. SEAMAN
Treasurer . ..... PAUL D. SUMMERS
B. N. TVIITCHEL
M. F. SIMONS
A. NEWMAN, JR.
J. STANLEY YOUNG
C. B. BECK
R. A. SMITH
M. A. BERGER, JR.
R. F. STEPHENS
JAMES G. LONG
L. NI. PRAGER
D. G. CORBETT
R. D. KEITH
O. F. SHEPHERD
T. B. MILLER
J. LEE RICE
H. WILSON ROGERS
M. C. XNAHNI
COLLIN W. MATHEISON
L. F. ECHARDT
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HART E. VAN RIPPET
A. O. ROSELUND
A. F. APPEL
C. L. WVELCH
E. T. HAY, JR.
O. B. PENRY
UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB
IIICG-P7'Lf-Yliflffllf , , . .
Secretary- 7vI'f?llS1II'C'!' .
Business Mmzczger , .
CHARLES E. I+'RoHMAN
IJOROTHY L. BLACK
IIALPII B. SIIARER
Director . , . ..... JOHN DOLMAN, JR.
LEILA BARNES PAUL IEOSENBAUM GIVJIYIJIPN VVJXRE PIENRY .R,OBE.R'I'S
M. T. ANCKER
D. .IAY CULVER
FRANCES K. DREW'
1le1'1'1'e Members Qlllarelz Ftzfrstl
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PRODUCTIONS OF THE CLUB
"The Admirahle Crichton." Little Theatre, May 16-21, 19221.
"Mrs Bunipstead-Leigh," Philomusian Club, November Q-1, 1921.
"The Yellow .Iaclcetf Little Theatre, May 1-5, IQQQ.
"Tragedy of Nanf, Little Theatre, April Q6, 27, 28, 1923.
ONE - ACT PLAYS
L'The Constant Lover" "Enter the Hero"
"Lima Beans" "Suppressed Desires"
'KAnatol,' "He and She'
"The Sun," Forrest, Garrick, and Broad Theatres, February 2, 1923.
As pa-rt of the Actors' F und Benefit Program
"Pantaloon,', Academy of Music, March 14, 1923,
Ufinner of the Philadelphia Forum Collegiate One-Act Play Contest.
Membership in the Club is open to graduate and 'LlILfIc'!7'gTC!ll1.lC!f0 stuclerzts, members of the
faculty, and friends of the University. Active membership is at reward for service
to the Club.
THETA ALPHA PHI
HONORARY DRAMATIC FRATERNITY
Open to Active Membe1's of the Club VVinning Distinction in Drzunaties.
JOHN DOLMAN, JR. FRANCES K. DRENV PAUL ROSENBAUM
DOROTHY L. BLACK CHARLES E. FROHMAN GORDON W. WARE
ELIZABETH COOKE IVIURIEL SCHOFF Joi-IN H. MCCOMB
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"THE PENNSYLVANIAN " BOARD
Editor-in-Chiof .... DAVID FARQUHAR CAVERS, '23
Managing Editor . . . TOXVNSEND BARR YOUNG, '23
News Editor . . . .J. T. BARNES, '23
V. V. SWEENEY, '23 L. M. C. SMITH, '23
G. H. BEAUDRY, '
C. R. TRIIITT, '24
D. F. GIJEPKNER, '24
C. B. REEY'ES, '24
S. FRITZ, JR.
G. G. MAHY, JR., '24
M. L. WILLIAMS, '24
P. M. MALIN, '24-
J. H. WHARTON, '24
W. T. HOBSON, '24-
H. H. MIDDLETON, '24 C. H. ORR, '24 E. SCOTT, '25
L. E. TENNANT, '25 J. L. PATTON, JR., '25 G. W. STEPHENS, '25
W. F. WHITNEY, JR., '25 F. G. WVILSON, JR., '25 J. M. HUGIJES, '25
J. M. HENDERSON, '25 K. H. MCDOWELL, '25 J, L. DAVIS, '25
Business Manager . . . ..., JOHN SCHELL, JR., '23
Advertising Manager ......, DE ALTON J. RIDINGS, '23
Circulation Manager .,..... WILLIAM E. DAVIES, '23
First Assistant Business Manager . IRVING L. W. SAPERSTON,
Assistant Business Bifanagers
L. J. MCEVOY. '23 J. W. JONES, '24 A. S. MORSE, '24
H. DAVIDSON, '24 C. J. HELDAIAN, '25 F. ALTMAIER, '25
J. ORR. '24 M. L. CAMPBELL, '24 M. J. ADES, '25
S. H. FRENCH, '25
P. J. F. SCHMITT, '25
HE ending of the school year of 19Q3, marks the close of one of the most
successful literary eras the University has witnessed. Throughout the
year there have appeared in The Pennsyl-vanfian, time after time, brilliant
editorials and news articles concerning our campus life and affairs of the outer
world. Nor have contemporary publications lagged behind. The Punch Bowl
has increased its circulation manyfold and brought exceedingly favorable criti-
cism on its clever jokes and quips and cartoons, that are worthy of our best
National humorous magazines. Under the guidance of very able literary minds
the Red and Blue has developed from a puny medium of campus expression to a
virile mouthpiece of all-important and serious topics. And in this book-this
"Record!'-much effort and interest have been displayed in making it an asset
to our University.
Even before we were well settled at the University, we were attracted to
The Pennsylnanian. We had heard so much about the wonderful possibilities
open to heelers, and were told that even though we didn't make the Board, the
experience gathered would be suflicient to repay us for our elforts. After passing
through a maze of splendidly fitted editorial offices, we soon found ourselves
before the spacious burnt walnut desk of the Chief. In terse and precise language
we were told what not to do. However, it took a lot to discourage us those days,
and with hearts filled with joy and pens with ink we wrote and wrote and wrote.
But, modestly speaking, everybody has not the ability to write, so several of
our more phlegmatic classmates essayed the business
departments. One of our tasks was to go out every night
when on duty and get the printing force some coffee-
at least they said it was codec, but we could get it at one
place only. Maybe it wasn,t coffee. Everybody volun-
teered to deliver Pennsylvanians in the mornings, and from
that great number it was necessary to choose a few
fortunate delivery boys.
"Dave" Cavers, T. B. Young, and "Sa1n,' Smith, be-
lieving in that old motto "a rolling stone does not glitter,"
soon had their H30 points" written and were so well
known among the illumini and to other high lights on the Cavan
THE PENNSYLVANIA "PUNCH BOWL"
Board of M anagers
Editor-in-Cliiqf ..... C. MAXNVELL PLAISTED, '23
Managing Editor . . . REGINALD M. BUDD, '24
Business Manager .... HENRY B. HESTON, '23
Circulation Manager . . . RALPH LOVENDALE, '23
Advertising Manager . . . FRED LEVY, '23
Art Editor ....... W. THORNTON MARTIN, '24
ROBERT E. STAFFORD, '23
J. SEATON HUFF, '24
JOE SHULOF, '25
WARREN J. MILLER, '23
JOHN E. LONERGAN, '23
ALFRED HARBAGE, '24
J. MCALISTER, '23
SAMUEL MCCONNELL, '23
LANVRENCE MCEVOY, '23
LESTER I'IANO, ,25
JOHN HANN, '24
CHARLES WEINSTOCK, '25
I'IARRY K. HIESTAND, '23
PAUL W. PENNOCK, '25
J. E. ANTHONY, '25
HOWARD A. NIEDHOLT, '24
ELLIOT K. GILROY, '25
FRANK EUSTACE, '24
LOUIS, A.l BRUNNER, JR., '23
NATHAN HAMBURGER, '23
CHARLES DAGIT, '25
EDYVIN EDELSTEIN, '24
JOHN J. KAUFFMAN, '25
JOHN L. EVANS, '24
GEORGE STEVENS, '25
GEORGE D. MULLEN, '24
GEORGE MCCLINTIC, '24
S. M. BENDINEH, '25
GALEN S. HOLSHUE, '24
CLIFFORD ORR, '24
IRVIN SUMMERS, '25
EUGENE ARNFELD, '25
MELVIN SHAPIRO, '25
campus that they were elected as Night Editors,
serving thus during their Sophomore years. G. H.
Beaudry and "Bill" Charlton took a little longer
to catch up with their classmates, but they
gradually rose to the position of Editor in their
Senior years. "SamU Smith ended his career on
The -Pennsylvanian as Editor While "Dave,,
Cavers Was the Editor-in-Chief. V. V. Sweeney,
a man to be "loved and feared but never ignored"
was the power behind the "Penn and Ink Col-
yumf, and one of the Editors.
"Johnny" Schell, the 'SNewsboys' Pridef, De
Alton J. Ridings, 6'Bill" Davies, 'SIrv" Saperston, s
and "Larry" lVIcEvoy, all rose from the ranks, as it were, and in their Senior
year we find them swivelling in the following chairs: Schell, Business Nlanagerg
Davis, Circulation hflanager, Ridings, Advertising Nlanagerg and Saperston,
First Assistant Business lVIanager.
J lVe do not make it a habit to talk about our
classmates, but we want to say this one time that
they did themselves proud under the excellent
leadership of 'cDave,' Cavers, and will go down
in the University annals as worthy Pennsylva-
As official organ of the student body of the
University, the Red and Blue had, in passing years,
grown stronger and finer, and if its excellence were
to be perpetuated a need for new and virile pens
was imminent. And this need was filled by several
of our literary and artistic classmates, who saw
in this publication an admirable medium for ex-
pression of their divers abilities. The Red and Blue was growing bigger and
better and here was a chance to get in and carry off some of the glory of success.
Graeme Lorimer, genial, with facile pen and no end of
originality, took the reins of lVIanaging Editor into his
hands during his Junior year, and had little trouble in
reaching the coveted post of Editor-in-Chief, in this, his
Senior year. Wlhere the Red and Blue had formerly voiced
the subtle lines of poets and dramatists, with only an
occasional picture of some athletic event, she now became
a medium for everything that was of campus interest:
pictures of personalities, of teams in action, book reviews,
serious topics on economics, science and the arts, profuse
drawings, comic and serious, short stories, verse and-even Plaigjggl
THE "RED AND BLUE"
Alflllllgillg Editor .
Art Eclitor .....
WALTER P. MILLER, JR., '23
DAVID F. CAVERS, '23
BEN S. LVICGIVERAN, '23
T. B. YOUNG, '23
SAM M. HIRSCH, '24
EDXVARD ALTEMUS, '24
FRED SMILLIE, '24-
B71-91-HE?.S.S Jlanagfv' . .
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JOHN C. BOGAN, JR., '23
LOUIS SCIIWARTZ, '24
JOHN HOBIER CHASE, '23
A. R. XYHYLY, '24
HAROLD HECHT, '24
C. R. TRUITT, 'Q-L
GRAEME LORIMER, '23
HERMAN HETTINGER, '23
ROBERT STAFFORD, '23
W. THORNTON RIARTIN, '24
CLIFFORD B. REEVES, '24
.FRED QUINN, '24
D. BARLOXV BURKE, '25
L. DANIEL BLANK, '24
L. FISOHER, '24
JAY CULVER, '23
L. M UGLER, '23
R. L. HO:XDLEY, '24-
. F. Al REIXAI, '2-L
R. STREETER, '25
R. XV. ZEI-IRING, '25
LEICESTER E. SALOMAN, 'Q-L
C. EDWARD GRAFNIUELLER, '25
M. B. ALLEN, '25
J. NV. xv,-KLKER, '25
JAMES M CVEY, '25
a beauty contest. But let us stop there. Herman Hettinger, who has very little trouble writing on
things of vital interest, became an Editor in his Junior year. That Herman was not dozing over .f l '
his pen is evidenced by his succeeding to the W
position of lVIanaging Editor. Herman, however, 56
has acquired an executive turn of mind in his last 2, p
year at the University CWharton School will do ' y ',r' Q
itj and now has enough heelers writing for him to
keep the Red and Blue brimful of good news until 1 i", I e Q
the end of school, so you see, after all, that he
does handle his odice well, VValter P. Nliller and 0.Qf3JM
David Cavers made the board as Editors in their
Junior year. "Benn NIcGiveran, outside of his business hours, writes most
delicious verse, and if you've subscribed you can verify what we say. T. B.
Young, who won undying fame for himself through his article, "Public Disgrace,
and How To Bear It,', became an Editor during his
Junior year. D. Jay Culver didn't join until this
year, and though we wondered where he had been
for the last three years, his work was liked so well
fm and he was so generous in giving it that the best
thing that could happen to him did in the shape of
a. Real and Blue key.
W'hile Graeme and Herman and the rest of the
boys were spending money as rapidly as they
could, Everett lVIugler was trying to make it-
and in his Junior year was made Advertising
Nlanager. It is said that he was so industrious and
would send the heelers to such remote and danger-
ous places for advertisements that many of them
never returned. Anyway, the Board thought highly enough of Everett to elect
him Business Manager. John Bogan, who got an early start, having made the
Board in his Sophomore year, became so popular in other
circles that even a small share of his time on the Real and
Blue was acceptable during his Junior and Senior years.
"Bob" Stafford is one of those chaps who is so modest
about his work that he has to be shoved into the limelight.
XV e, his classmates, are certainly proud of "BobU and think
his covers are great. Especially were we glad to learn that
he ihad been made Art Editor during his Senior year.
Perhaps there's just enough pathos in every Freshman
to make him a true humorist. Anyway, some of our class-
mates saw many funny things happening around the
campus, even though the Vigilance Committee furnished
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THE H1923 CLASS RECORD" BOARD
Editor-in-Chief . .
Managing Editor .
Business M anager .
Circulation M anagor
Advertising M anagcr
Art Editor ....
WALTER E. CARTER
WM. H. O,REILLY
LEON N. EPSTEIN
ROY F. LARSON
REGINALD SMITH J. W. PRICE P. H. SCHLOSBERG
T. B. K. RINGE W. J. A. WVATT
K. K. TITLOW J W. P. MILLER
H. FREYV WNAIDNER
A. H. SPENCER G. F. FREDERICKS H. B. DOPPEL
A. GOULD B. GERRIN R. BUECIILER
S. COHEN J. FROELICH
the aforementioned pathos, so the Punch Bowl was picked on by these. The
committees they have met since would make any Vigilance Committee appear
mild, but more of that later. C. Nlaxwell Plaisted, to be correct, but we call him
"hIaX,', began drawing startling pictures during his Sophomore year and was
made Art Spoon. WVith a change in womenls style of dress, "Maxi, was better
able to depict current feminine daintiness to the extent of being made Art
Editor the following year. This year "Max" was Editor-in-Chief, and a good
one, as the Punch Bowl of 19923 will bear out. Henry Heston was Business Spoon
when a Junior and now is Business lVIanager. Ralph Lovendale didn't let his
spirit grow cold and went out for business, making the Board in his Freshman
year and holding it until he became a Junior. Fred Levy, to quote Alger, had a
meteoric rise from Business Spoon to Advertising Editor. "Bohn Stafford "drew',
a key very readily with his clever art work. Harry Hiestand drew such good
automobiles that he just naturally drove into the office and a key. VVarren J.
Miller got an early start, becoming an Editorial Spoon in his Sophomore year
and continuing through as a Junior and Senior. John Qnot pronounced "Jawn"J
E. Lonergan waxed so humorous during his Junior year that the only outlet
was through the Punch Bowl, so he was also made an Editorial Spoon.
Samuel NIcConnell, Lawrence J. lVIcEvoy, and Nathan Hamburger sold
enough advertisements and subscriptions to merit the coveted gold key. 'CNate,'
retired, however, before graduation. Louis A. Brunner was a Business Spoon
while a Sophomore, Junior, and Senior.
After chasing around for several weeks trying to find the g'Record,, office, our
efforts were finally crowned by success, a.nd thenceforth some very hard work.
VVe were all given some lengthy assignments and assisted generally around the
office under the direction of the 1922 Board. Competition increased as Hey
Day approached, all of the eligibles were on edge until the good news was
announced. Then! VValter Carter, who rounded up subscriptions running into
the hundreds-or was it thousands?-was, because of his everlasting good
nature and good sense elected Editor-in-Chief. Due to his etlicient super-
vision this H1923 Class Recordw has been put before you. William O!Reilly
was, as Managing Editor, "VVallyH Carter's first and most able assistant. Paul
Root, one of the "goldites," was elected Business Manager. N. Stouffer was
chosen Advertising lVIanager, while Leon Niles Epstein was chosen Circulation
Manager. The positions of Art Editor and Photographic Editor went to Roy
F. Larson and Henrie Borie, respectively. To J. YV. Price, Reginald Smith, and
P. H. Schlosberg went the positions of Editors. Conferred upon the following
was the title of Associate Editors: T. B. K. Ringe, J. K. Titlow, W. J. A. VVatt,
VV. P. Nliller, and H. F rew 'Waidner. The Art Associates were A. H. Spencer,
H. B. Doppel, and G. F. Fredericks. Then came the Business Associates and
they were: A. Gould, B. Gervin, J. Froelich, Richard Buechler and S. Cohen.
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N APPRAISAL of the status of athletics at the University of Pennsylvania
cannot be made with unlimited pride. Not one of the six major sports and
thirteen minor sports has produced a championship team so far this year.
However, three of the major sports and Eve of the minor sports have two months
to go before completing their season, and success should come to Pennsylvania
through at least two of these teams. ,
The new Franklin Field Stadium was far enough advanced in construction to
accommodate maximum attendance from the beginning of the football season.
This magniicent structure, seating 50,000 people, and costing 2B800,000, will be
completely finished in time for the spring relays. The Stadium is of Italian
Renaissance architecture and a beautiful work of modern engineering.
Football naturally predominates in the world of college sports. The improve-
ment of the Red and Blue gridders last fall over the team of the year before was,
therefore, highly acceptable to the student body. The season, taken as a whole,
was fairly successful, with five games won and three lost. Lacking a concen-
trated and driving attack, but superb on the defense, the ,Varsity met not a
single reverse by a decisive score. The early season games with Franklin and
Marshall, University of the South, and the University of Maryland, were won
with ease. Swarthmore gave our men more of a battle, but Pennsylvania
triumphed by one touchdown. The brilliant victory over Navy was gained
partly through individual playing, but more through the fighting spirit displayed
by the team. Too confident of their ability, the following week, and expecting an
easy game, the Red and Blue met defeat at the hands of Alabama. Pittsburgh
and Cornell were classed among the Hrst five teams of the country. Pitt defeated
Penn by the single point scored after touchdown. A week later Penn State,
although consistently outclassed by our team, held the Red and Blue to a 6 to 'T
score. Thanksgiving Day, Cornell, exhibiting the most powerful and well-
timed offense seen on Franklin Field in recent years, and seemingly making Hrst
downs at will, were held to a single touchdown and one field goal.
With the wealth of material available next year, for football, and with
fighting "Lou', Young as head coach, everyone expects Pennsylvania to get
back where she has been-at the very top.
The basketball season ended with Penn tied for last place in the Intercollegiate
League. Several games were lost by a single point, two more in extra periods.
Yale, winners of the League championship, finally defeated our ,Varsity at New
Haven in three extra periods, and Dartmouth scored a win in two extra periods.
In every game Pennsylvania fighting spirit was supreme. Our men were never
beaten and caused the best teams in the race worry at every turn. Pennsylvania
basketball is in the process of reconstruction and we know that a few years
hence she will lead the League once more.
The Soccer team finished second to Princeton the past season, being de-
feated by a close score after the two teams tied for the championship. Coach
Stewart developed his organization at the beginning of the year from only a few
certainties. hlost of the players will be back next year, and, with their greater
experience, Pennsylvania has better than an even break to repeat her victory
of two years ago.
Wfhile no claims were made for championship honors in baseball, last year's
nine held its own with the best of the college teams. Under the guidance of
Coach Cariss and Captain 'SBilly', hlaher, Pennsylvania won sixteen games and
lost eight. Two games were taken from Cornell and one from Dartmouth, the
last after fifteen innings of strenuous play. Wlalter Huntzinger, pitching perhaps
the best ball in college circles, turned in twelve victories in as many times on
The Red and Blue nine should be strong contenders for the championship
this spring. It has been years since as hard-hitting and experienced a team
has been brought together. Difhcult as it is to judge by such of the early
season games as have been played, at this time no winner is more likely than
In track a.thletics, Pennsylvania did not quite measure up to the record made
two years before, when the Intercollegiates were won. However, Captain
"Larry" Brown broke two worldas records on Franklin Field, one in a special
race of 1,000 yards, the other as an anchor man in the two-mile relay at the
Pennsylvania Relays. The Dartmouth meet resulted in a victory for our track-
men, but Cornell triumphed over them by a narrow margin. The team got no
better than fifth in the Intercollegiates at Harvard stadium, due to the failure
of the Red and Blue runners to perform up to their previous standards.
So far this year, Pennsylvania has had a very successful season, winning the
Indoor Intercollegiates, in New York largely through the efforts of the Held men
developed by Coach Robertson recently. The annual Relays, to be held on
Franklin Field the last week of April, will be bigger and have a wider repre-
sentation than ever before. Pennsylvania should make a creditable showing in
these games, but will be heavily handicapped by the loss of such stars as "Larry,'
Brown, Bronder, Meredith, and Holden through graduation and ineligibility.
The first crew race of the season was won by Pennsylvania from Yale, on the
Schuylkill, last spring. At the same time the Junior 'Varsity and Freshman
contests resulted in victory. In the Childs Cup Race with the 150-pound crew
rowing as ,Varsity, Pennsylvania took third place. The Red and Blue placed
fifth in the Poughkeepsie regatta, the last race of the year. The 150-pound crew
was the best in the country and developed such a reputation that no other crew
of its class would compete against it. Pennsylvania should win more races this
spring than last, since most of the 'Varsity of last season is again eligible to
compete, and additional facilities at the new boat-house are bound to be re-
flected in the development of new material.
The showing of the winter minor sports has been very creditable. The boxing
team lost the championship to the Naval Academy by one match, after winning
every other intercollegiate meet. The swimming team finished third to Yale and
Princeton in the League race. Ice hockey, after a late start, proved its worth to
the management of the local rink and is firmly established for next year. Pony
polo, another recent addition to the minor sports at Pennsylvania, among
other teams defeated our traditional rivals at Princeton.
The success of the outdoor minor sports is problematical. Perhaps the great-
est chances for a championship belong to lacrosse, which tied for the title last
year. There has been a re-birth of interest in this sport and at present Coach
Powers has a squad of seventy men working out daily.
From the standpoint of mass athletics, the University of Pennsylvania has
had as much or more success than any college in the East. The policy of en-
couraging each man to go out for some sport has long featured Pennsylvania's
athletic program. Records show that of approximately 4,000 students on the
rolls of the Department of Physical Education, almost one-half receive gym
credit during some part of each year as a candidate or member of one of the
nineteen major and minor sport teams.
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Class of Q3 reported in full strength.
Dr. John Keough assumed the
reins of Freshman tutor this year,
the heterogenous mass molded 'L formidable combination. The team
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as hlercersburg and Kiski, and as a result they were acclaimed the Champion
Freshman team of the East.
Next season we stepped into the hands of John VV. Heisman, 'QQ-C, who had
this year returned to his Alma Nlater as 'Varsity mentor. "Poss" Miller,
"Johnny" Thurman, and "Bug" Ertresvaag upheld the honor of 'QS on the
gridiron in the Sophomore year, for which they were awarded the coveted HP."
In our third year two more men of the '23 Class, "Al" g
Voeglin and "Al" Langdon, secured berths on the 'Varsity
Of nine games played this season but three were lost, and
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fame in the Senior year.
Captain Nliller, Sullivan, Langdon, Thurman, Ertres- ,
Pennsylvania's greatest team for years was constructed.
It was the honor of this team to dedicate a new stadium
the impressing personality of Blanager "Jim"
and our dashing, inspiring Captain, "Foss"
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opened this season for the first time and
capable of holding 55,000 people. The
way they performed their task may be
judged by the following synopsis.
Franklin and hlarshall were the first
taken into camp by the tune of 14-0.
The University of the South followed and
a Q7-0 victory was turned in. Our next
invaders, the University of lVIaryland,
were repulsed by a score of IQ-0. Swarth-
more visited Franklin Field, and by means
of an on-side kick were the first to cross
our goal-line this season. But, by a
reversal of the same tactics, Pennsylvania
retaliated and emerged victorious by a
Tllilrmflll SC0re' Erlrcsuaag
The strong U. S. Naval Academy were
entertained on the following Saturday in one of the Hercest combats of the
season. There is no one, I believe, who will ever forget the keen rivalry between
the two institutions, the splendor of the stands, and the struggle of the teams
displayed at this game which resulted in the fifth straight victory, 13-7, for our
As a reaction of our success, over-confidence set in and enabled the University
of Alabama to hand us our Hrst defeat of the season, 9-7.
The powerful Pitt team were our next visitors, and although the result was
disastrous for us, it was by a margin of only one point that they were able to
secure victory. The intensity of the battle is evidenced by the close score, 7-6.
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NOEL R. HUEBER
FRED B. SMILLIE
JOHN WV. HEISMAN
F. HAROLD GASTON
DEXTER YV. DRAPER
LOUIS A. YOUNG
DR. JOHN KEOUGH
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Left Tackle, SUTHERLAND
Left Guard, IQELLY
Right Guard, GRAIP
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Right End, ERTRESVAAG
Right H atfbaek, SULLIVAN, NICGRAVV
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In our next game the tables were turned
and the Warriors of Penn State proved
victims for our team, after a pitched
battle, by ai score of 7-6.
Our annual classic with the mighty,
undefeated Cornell team took place, as '
usual, on Thanksgiving Day. The big ,,,
Red team threatened our goal-line on ' Pf i i j i
several occasions, but our valiant fighters ' uii' '5'i
permitted them to cross once only. The if
outcome was a 9-0 victory for the visitors.
However, we have the distinction of being
the only ones to hold Cornell to a single-
figure score during the season.
VVhereas defeat was tasted thrice, due
371,11-Mn to the narrow margin of the victors, the ' i2,,lg,,0,L ii'
season is regarded as the rnost successful
in recent years. Our team was given third place among the eastern elevens by 'L
prominent sports writer, and Walter Camp selected Johnny Thurman as his
choice for all-American tackle, with honorable mention for Captain "Foss
This year marks a rejuvenated school spirit for football, the perpetuation of
which will place Pennsylvania in its zenith as a football power.
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Il1y Anotherucrabucaught. And
there is another bent rigger
-B+ or a broken oar. This great
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aquatic event on the Schuylkill
may have resembled, because of
the splashing, a water polo game, but it
was really the first fall practice of 1919,
when the famous Class of 1923 made its
debut. There, beneath the scornful
gaze of the upper classmen, who, of
course, were "past-masters" of the art of
rowing, was crew history in the making.
At Hrst we could absorb only the
fundamentals, and the workouts were
rough and stormy. In the class races
held that fall, we had to bow to our
traditional enemies, the Sophomores.
But the will and the spirit were there,
and when rowing was resumed, in the
spring of 1920, our 1923 crew found
itself in the following form: Bow, "Billy Chambers, 2, "Matty,' Mathewson, 3,
"Babe" Lieiield, 11, "Pete,' Borie, 5, 'gRosie,' Rosenburgh, 6, "Jimmy" Rugh,
7, Frew Waidner, Stroke, "Vic" Eva, Coxswain, c'Jack', Chase-seven of whom
in later years saw service in 'Varsity or Junior 'Varsity boats. This crew had
only two races and made a creditable showing in both.
Because of the importance of the regular workouts, Coach Wright did not
permit the "First Freshn to row in the spring class races.
But our second crew, meeting all comers in a series of
races, won the interclass championship. This crew was
made up as follows: Bow, Downes, 2, Roberts, 3, Smith,
4, Ireland, 5, Sexton, 6, Williams, 7, Wheeler, Stroke,
Outcalt, Coxswain, Zimmer.
When, as important Sophomores, we returned in
October, 1920, no 'Varsity crews were picked, but, just
before Thanksgiving, a class race was held, in which we
again had to bow to a superior crew-this time the Seniors.
As in all fall practice, however, the most important thing
was the Hspottingv of men for the next spring's big Manager Barry
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In the spring of 1921, after a hard struggle for '
Ooxsgbain Chase places inthe big crews, six 1923 men found them- H,aidng
selves "in the seats of the mighty." On the
'Varsity were Relph Roberts in Bow, "Ed" VVheeler in 4, and Frew VVaiclner in 5.
And in the Junior 'Varsity boat were "Babe" Liefield, "Jimmy" Rugh, and
"J ack" Chase.
In the fall of 1921 our new boathouse was formally dedicated. These new
quarters accommodated a record-breaking number of candidates, and Pennsyl-
vania can now boast of the largest and best boathouse on the Schuylkill and one
of the finest in collegiate ranks. In place of a class race that fall, the dedicatory
exercises were made the occasion for a series of encounters between several
specially picked crews, in all of which 1923 was well represented.
The 1922 season was the most successful for Pennsylvania since the war,
and 1923 can proudly point to her share in the success. The 1923 men on the
'Varsity were Wheeler, WVaidner, Roberts, Chambers, Williams,
and Chase, while Ricker and Rugh were
the Junior 'Varsity representatives of the
class. These two crews came through the
dual races with a string of victories, and
in the Henley, held on the Schuylkill, the
'Varsity gave the famous Navy eight a
hard, spirited ight.
During this season, too, Coach "Joe"
Wright developed a fine 150-pound crew.
This crew won the 150-pound championship,
being undefeated in its class, and established
a new record in the Henley. It was also
selected to represent Pennsylvania as 'Var-
sity in the Childs' Cup Race, and as a
Junior 'Varsity in the Henley and at
Rygh Poughkeepsie. On this crew were the fol- Rgbgrtg
1921 JUNIOR 'VARSITY CREW
lowing 1923 men: "Don" Wagner, "Ches'
Chesney, '6Chollie', Rohlfing, and "Fred" Outcalt.
Fall rowing in 19622 saw the sport rise to greater
heights of popularity. The class race was post-
poned until the following spring, but in the boat
which won the intra-mural race, there were many
Now that indoor work on the machines has
begun, speculation is rife as to this season's out-
come and the makeup of the crews. This year
there are in the University nine men from last
year's two ,Varsity crews, all but two of whom are
19223 men, and only the stroke of last year's
150-pound crew has graduated, leaving a good
combination which includes four 1923 men. So a
Chambm very good season, with IQQ3 well represented, can Ricky
be expected for this, our last year at Penn.
Rowing, among sports one of the most aristocratic and yet one of the most
popular, is daily advancing at Pennsylvania. The greater share of this is due,
no doubt, to 'iloew VVright, a capable and popular coach, and, in his time, a
great oarsman. Under his careful and expert guidance, the great Pennsylvania
rowing traditions of the past are fast being turned into the realities of the present.
And, in this development, 1923 can proudly claim to have had a large part.
For the last three years, the names of Captain "Ed" Wheeler, Frew Waidner,
and Relph Roberts have remained on the ,Varsity crew lineup. Changes have
been made, others have come and gone, but those three remain as almost a
fixed part of the 'Varsity boat. And 'cPhilU VVilliams, "Bill,, Chambers, "Jimmy,'
Rugh, Earl Ricker, and "Jack" Chase cannot be forgotten when the rowing
history for the past few years is recorded. VVe can but look forward with hopes
for their continued success in their last, and what should be their best season of
rowing at Pennsylvania.
'Varsity Race, Poughkeepsie, June 26, 1922
SEASON O F 1922
LAWRENCE MIXNSFIELD ROSENBURGH
CHARLES GORDON COOKE
CHARLES VICTOR BARRY
. .JOSEPH WRIGHT
Captain .... ,,,,,
Dlanager ..... . .
Assistant Dlanager . . , ,
'Varsity Junior 'Varsity 150-Pound Freshman
Bow, R. ROBERTS L. M. ROSENBURGH D. C. XVAGNER J. J. DOYLE
2. P. T. WILLIAMS E. W. DAY J. H. BEATTIE B. R. LAUB
3. H. T. SWAN T. D. FRENCII R. L. HENN R. R. HAWS
4. W. E. CHAMBERS G. B. SINGER K. P. CHESNEY W. D. BEATTIE
5. H. F. VVAIDNER M. W. MUGGLEII C. C. ROHLFING A. D. KANREICH
6. E. WHEELER J. A. RUGH F. G. OUTCALT D. B. BIATTOS
7. S. JELLINEK E. K. RICKER H. M. TEAR L. H. METZGER
Stroke, R. B. NIA'1'TISON H. A. BIEDHOLDT L. F. BARNHART R. M. BEACH
'Co.rswain, J. H. CHASE N. B. DAYTON E. A. SHUMXVAY A. M. ROSE
Yale at Philadelphia. Distance, li miles. Wton by Pennsylvania, time, 6.53. Junior 'Varsity:
YVOH by Pennsylvania, time, 7.02Z. 150-pound: Won by Pennsylvania, time, 6.45.
Harvard at Cambridge. Distance, 12 miles. Won by Pennsylvania, time, 7.06. Junior
'Varsityz VVon by Pennsylvania, time, 7.03.
Childs, Cup Race at Princeton. Distance 1M miles. VVon by Princeton, time, 9.20, second,
Columbia, third, Pennsylvania. Junior 'Varsityz 1Von by Princeton, time, 9.54, second,
Pennsylvania. Freshman Cdistance, 135-5 mileslz YVon by Princeton, time, 7.25, second,
Columbia at New York. 150-pound crews only. Distance, 13 miles. Won by Pennsylvania,
American Henley at Philadelphia. Distance, li Iniles. 1rVOn by Navy, time, 65.282, second,
Pennsylvania. Junior 'Varsityz YVOH by Princeton, time, 6.38M. 150-pound: VVon by
Pennsylvania, time 6.41 Cnew recordj. Freshman: VVon by Navy, time, 6.43M, second,
Intercollegiate Rowing Association Regatta at Poughkeepsie. 'Varsity C3 mileslz VVOH by
Navy, time, 13.33M Knew recordj, second, WVashington. Junior 'Varsity Q2 mileslz VVOD by
Cornell, time, 9.45M. Freshman C2 milesj: XVOII by Syracuse, time, 9.27, second, Penn-
SEASON OF 1923
Captain ......... . . . . EDVVARD WHEELER
Manager .... . ........ CHARLES VICTOR BARRY
Assistant lvlanager . . . . PAUL CARL BODE
Coach ...... . . JOSEPH VVRIGHT
April 21. Navy at Annapolis.
April 28. Childs' Cup Regatta at Philadelphia. .
May 5. Triangular Regatta at Derby, Conn., Yale, Pennsylvania, Columbia.
May 26. American Henley at Philadelphia.
June -. Intercollegiate Rowing Association Regatta at Poughkeepsie.
the colleges and universities of the
country a great number of those who
had left to enter the service. The war now
safely out of the way, education could
again be given its place, and so we find a
decided increase in the number of students
at Pennsylvania. A natural reaction to the years of war Was the general re-
vival of all forms of athletic activity, and track received its due share of
It is a curious thing that, though other sports seem to have "on,' and 'goffi'
years, track at Pennsylvania has maintained a consistent standard. It is an
uncommon year when some record is not broken by Pennsylvania men, and
the fame of the annual Relay Carnival on Franklin Field has spread to all
parts of the world. France, Canada, and England have sent representatives
to compete with American teams in previous years and this year the Australian
University of Sydney, New South 1Vales, Australia, is contemplating joining
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In X 1 ' N TI-IF, fall of 1919, there returned to
the ranks of foreign claimants for honors at the relays.
It has been given to the Class of 1923 to witness this revivification
activities, and to follow the progress made during the
last four years in the realm ruled by the stars of track.
Names of those gone before-like Berry, Meredith, Lip-
pincott, Dorsey-inspired the Class of 1923, as Freshmen,
With some sense of the great heritage that was theirs as
In their Freshman year, the Class of 1923, barred, of
course, from the 'Varsity, made an enviable record. "Don"
Head, as a member of the cross-country team, Won the
annual cross-country meet With Me1'cersburg. Running on
the track team, he Won the mile event in the Nlercersburg
meet, finished first in the 2-mile at Cornell, and captured
Hrst place in the mile in the meet with the combined high
and preparatory schools. "Boots" Lever, captain of the
Freshman aggregation, was foremost in the dashes, being
the national junior 60-yard champion, holder of the
Worldis record for the 60-yards, and southern collegiate
80-yard champion. Shattuck also made the runners of
Cornell, Hill, and the combined high and preparatory
schools do a bit of hustling to keep him in sight.
McMullan, as a middle-distance man, ran splendid races
in the quarter- and half-mile events, as did George
VARSITY' TRACK SQUAD
Mereditli, who was also a member of the cross-country '
team. Reynolds, as a high' jumper, carried first honors
in the meets with Hill School, with the Cornell Fresh, and
with the combined high and preparatory schools, while
"Big" John Thurman's mighty efforts with the shot
against M6TCCTSbl1Tg and Cornell added more points to
the "Penn Fresh" side of the score-sheet.
In 1920-21, the Class of 1923's Sophomore year, the
heroes of the Freshmen track team were seized upon by the
'Varsity. "Donn Head now occupied berths on both the
'Varsity cross-country and 'Varsity track teams, and
justified his position by winning the 2-mile in the meets
with Harvard, Columbia, and Dartmouth. "Boots,' Lever this year was a mem-
ber of the A. F.. F. track team, the Inter-Allied track team, and Intercollegiate
point-winner. George Mereditli and lVIclVIullan continued their Freshman
work as contenders for quarter- and half-mile honors on the 'Varsity, and
Shattuck also drew a place on the 'Varsity. In the field events, Thurman
and Reynolds showed the same pep that had characterized their Freshman
year. Thurman kept his husky opponents at the shot on edge in the Cornell.
and Harvard meets and at the Intercollegiates, and Reynolds, in the high
jump, won his event at the Penn Relays, took second place in the Dartmouth
meet, and tied for first at Cornell.
As Juniors, still higher honors fell to the Class of 1923. "Don', Head visited
England as a member of the University of Pennsylvania relay team, which
brought home second place in the meet with Oxford and Cambridge. This was
the first meet of its kind between three great universities of two great countries,
and it is to be hoped that the future will see a growth in this spirit of athletic-
rivalry between nations. "Donn was also captain of the ,Varsity cross-country
team in his Junior year. The world's indoor and outdoor 2-mile relay record
team this year wore the Red and Blue of Pennsylvania, IXfIcMullan and lVIeredith
bringing to the Class of 1923 its full share of honor. Thurmanls mighty frame
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Captain . . . . . . HAROLD B. LEVER, WH. ,23
Manager .... . . RICHARD J. KEARNS., JR., ARTS 523
Associate Manager . , . . JOHN C. BOGAN, WH. ,23
Assistant Managers D V 1 W. ALBERT SMITH, WH. 324
OMAR K. BOYD, WH. ,24 I
Coach ..... . . . LAIVSON ROBERTSON
INTERNATIONAL RELAY RACES AT CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND. IVon by
Cambridge, Pennsylvania second, Oxford third. Time, 18.723
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD.
VVon by Pennsylvania:
Two-mile American Relay Championship. Time, 7.492 fNew Recordl.
One-quarter-mile College Relay Championship. Time, 432.
College Sprint NIedley Relay. Time, 3332.
DARTNIOUTI-I DUAL IVIEET AT HANOVER, N. H. Pennsylvania, 78Mg Dart-
CORNELL DUAL NIEET AT ITHACA, N. Y. Pennsylvania, 55Mg Cornell,
.INTERCOLLEGIATES AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Won by California, 405
Pennsylvania, fifth, 16. '
INDOOR TRACK SCHEDULE
MILLROSE A. C. MEET AT NEIV YORK CITY. Lever won 50-yard, second
in 60-yard dashes.
VVILCO A. C. IVIEET. Lever second in Sprints, McLane first in mile.
NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS AT BUFFALO
GEORGETOWN A. C. INDOOR MEET AT WASHINGTON. Lever made new
world's record Cindoorj in the 30-yard dash. Time, SM seconds. Lever won
40-yard dash, second in 50-yard.
JOHNS-HOPKINS INDOOR MEET AT BALTIMORE. New York A. C. at New
York. McLane second in Baxter milef Lever won 50-, 60-, and 70-yard dash.
IVON I. C. A. A. A. A., AT NEW YORK, CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 29 POINTS.
Lever made new Worlds and Intercollegiate Record of 730- in the '70-yard dash.
lVIcLane, Rose, Sherrill and Owen each made Intercollegiate Records in their
events: the two-mile, Broad jump, and Pole Vault, respectively.
TEAM WON MIDDLE STATES CHAMPIONSHIP
OUTDOOR TRACK SCHEDULE
TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD
DARTMOUTH DUAL MEET AT FRANKLIN FIELD
CORNELL DUAL MEET AT FRANKLIN FIELD
INTERCOLLEGIATES AT FRANKLIN FIELD
Indoor Intercollegiate Champions
still spread terror among the Cornell and Harvard forces, and among contend-
ers for shot honors at the indoor meets. Shattuck showed his mettle as a dash
man by winning the 440 at the relays, and finishing second in the 100-yard
dash in the dual meet with Dartmouth. He also ran the hundred and two-
twenty at Cornell. c'Bootsi' Lever again ran in the front ranks of the dash men,
being a member of the champion 4140 and sprint medley relay teams, and once
more setting a worldis record for the 60-yard event. "Boots,' is also the New
York State American Legion champion in the 100 yards, and National Ameri-
can Legion champion in the hundred and two-twenty.
This year, the last to be spent at Pennsylvania by the
Class of 1923, presents even more auspicious prospects
than previous years. Captained by Lever, whose record in
the past has been one of high achievement, the 'Varsity
track team faces a promising season.
Before football, before baseball, almost before civiliza-
tion itself, "foot-racingn was known and esteemed as a
true indication of athletic prowess. The Olympian
Games of Greece, living today in the International Olym-
pics, were, perhaps, the most important event of the
ancient Grecian year, and great were the rewards given Bggan
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trials of speed and endurance between men-track, the oldest form of sport.
To Pennsylvania the Gods of Olmypus have been singularly kind: other teams
have come and gone, living for a time in the sun of fame and victory, and
then sinking for a time into defeat, but track has been consistent in the standard
it maintains. Pennsylvanials track teams have become settled facts, like things
of old tradition, and the Class of 19Q3 has done a great deal toward keeping that
tradition alive and flourishing.
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in the past, it has always been natural and
logical to say that each class has had the best
team, but beyond a doubt the Class of 1923, in
their Freshman year, had the best yearling team
that has ever entered the University of Pennsyl-
vania. This team not only beat all their opponents
.. of that year, but the lowest score that they regis-
tered against their rivals was 10 to 2. This, how-
ever, is not all, some of the other reasons are players like George Sullivan,
who held down the "Keystone Sack," "Ed,' Farrell at short, Hinkle at
third, and Shuster at first. This was a winning combination in itself.
Then, too, out in the "garden', were the able players, lVIiller, Mahaffey,
MclVIullan, and Simpson, who did much to stop any rallies that their rivals
might have attempted to make. However, the success of that year was largely
due to the batteries and well do they merit praise. There were three pitch-
ers who helped to account for the undefeated season, namely, "Chick" Passon,
A. C. Breslin, and VVilson. VVhile "Billy,' lVIaher, aided by F. Reckus, was
on the receiving end. Finally, but not least, was the man who whipped this
combination into shape, namely "Eddie" McNichol. To him much credit is
due for the initial development of these men who soon formed the nucleus of
Then came the season of 1921, when the men
of the Class of 1923 came under the tutelage of
Dr. Cariss, coach of the ,Varsity baseball team.
It was not long before this able mentor saw the
abilities of these newcomers, and gave many of
them regular berths on the 'Varsity. Captain
Meyers, who headed the team this year, was
well supplied with pitchers-Larson, Stout, and
Llewellyn. Larson turned in eleven victories.
Again the catching was done by "Billy,, Maher
who successfully handled his pitchers. A
group of heavy hitters composed the inield.
"Mike" Whitehill and Conrey held down the
"initial sack," while Shriver played shortstop,
and the All-American third baseman, George
Sullivan, played his usual position. In the
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son, and Miller, who took care of the high ones
VVhen Dr. Cariss issued the call for baseball in the early
season of 1922, the Class of 1923 contributed her share of
players. 'WValt,, Huntzinger was the pitching ace, with a
sum total of fourteen victories, too much cannot be said
for the brilliant performance of Mold Huntzn during the
season. The infield did not change much from that of the
previous year, as it was composed of the clever coin-
bination of 'Whitehill, Sullivan, Farrell, and Hinkle. In ,
the field, there were lVIcNIullan, Nlahaffey, and Simpson. Manager Flwflwf
This team turned in a total of nineteen victories over some
of the best college teams in the East. Victories over Dartmouth, Columbia,
Navy, Army, Cornell, Brown, and Swarthmore were a few notable ones.
Let us now turn to the prospects of the year of 1923, which will conclude the
appearance of our class on Franklin Field. The leader for this year will be
Captain George Sullivan, who will play at his favorite "sack,', namely third.
In addition to him there are Conrey, "Ed" Farrell, '6Herb,' llflahaffey, 'iMilce,'
NIclVIullan, and "Lew" Simpson who will make up the biggest part of the infield
and outlield, While the pitching ace of 1922 Will be back. Besides Huntzinger the
veterans, Floyd Stout and 6'BillH Llewellyn, should help to turn in a long string
Never before has a baseball team of the University gone South for spring
training, but this year, lVIanager '6Bob,' Flather is going to take his squad to
Atlanta, Ga., to meet such teams as Georgia Tech, University of Georgia, and
Dartmouth in five pre-season games. This trip should help a great deal to put
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DR. YVALTER CARISS
DR. ROBERT YATES
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Catholic University . . Franklin Field
Ursinus ..... . . Franklin Field
Penn State . . . Franklin Field
Wfilliams . . . Franklin Field
Lehigh ..,., , . Franklin Field
Princeton E .... . . Princeton, N. J.
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Lafayette . .
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our boys in ine condition so that when they return to Franklin Field after the
Easter holidays they should be a winning combination.
The schedule for this coming year is one of the longest and hardest that a
team has ever undertaken. There are about thirty games, not including the
pre-season games, and on this list there are several new opponents, some
of them being Catholic University, Franklin and Nlarshall, Boston College,
and Pittsburgh. On Straw Hat Day, Penn is to meet an old rival, namely
Yale, and this should be a big day.
Before closing, a few words of appreciation are due to the never-tiring
efforts of our able coach, Dr. WValter Cariss. From the first day of the base-
ball season to the last, this man gives all he has to turn out a winning ball
team. He is not only a capable coach, but a leader of men. To Manager
'4Bob', Flather much credit should be given for his able efforts in managing
the team of 1923. Dr. Robert Yates, the coach of the Freshman team, also
deserves much praise and thanks for his unselfish efforts in assisting Coach
Cariss on the baseball diamond.
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URING our undergraduate years the basketball team
has twice won the intercollegiate championship,
was once the league runner-up, and in our Senior
year occupied the cellar position in the league. It was
in our Freshman year that Chicago challenged Pennsyl-
vania to a three-game series to determine the collegiate
championship of America. Though defeated in the
Hrst game at Chicago by a close score, the 'Varsity came back in whirlwind
style, defeating Chicago in Philadelphia and again at Princeton in the game
that made us American champions. The twelve hundred loyal Penn rooters
that saw the play-05 game at Princeton will never forget that wonderful victory
and the celebration that followed. Not until dawn, after hundreds of policemen
had occupied the points of vantage around the campus, did the celebration end.
VVhile the 'Varsity was winning the American championship, our own class
was setting up an admirable record. Wle won fifteen of the sixteen games we
played. "Al" Voegelin was captain that year, and his team-mates were Passon
and Nlathewson as forwards, Greenwald, center, and lVIiller, guard. Of this
quintet only two are graduating with their class. Greenwald graduated in 'QQ
while Mathexvson and Passon failed to return to college after their Freshman
During 1920-Q1 Voegelin and lNIiller played on the 'Varsity, captained by
"Danny" lVIcNichol. George Sullivan was a .
substitute on the 'Varsity squad. These men
of our class did much to bring the intercolle-
giate championship to Pennsylvania for the
fifth consecutive year. VVe defeated Dart-
mouth in the crucial game of the year at
Hanover, 31 to 16, thus clinching the title.
Princeton fell before the Red and Blue in the
final game of the season 27 to 20. Pennsylvania
this year won nine of her ten league games.
In our Junior year the basketball team
was captained by "Bill" Graves. "Al" Voegelin,
"Poss" Miller, and George Sullivan were
stellar performers. The 'Varsity lost to Cornell
at Ithaca but atoned for this defeat in a
return game which we won 30 to 28, after a p
hectic extra period of play. Dartmouth threw 1
a scare into our camp, losing only after a
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hard fight by the close score of 24 '
to 23. Pennsylvania had undis-
puted league leadership with one
more game to play, and that with
Princeton. Wle lost to Princeton
which caused a tie with them for the
league leadership. Thirteen hundred
strong we journeyed to Tigertown for
the post-season play-off game to de-
termine the championship. After a
nfmmgm- illugler bitter struggle Princeton Came out on Associate DIl'l'llClgL'T
top, beating us 28 to 23. Igmbflll
The championship cup, held by Pennsylvania for five straight years, was
presented to Captain VVittmer of Princeton at a banquet given in honor
of Pennsylvania's fighting team.
Losing three of the greatest players who have ever worn the Red and Blue,
namely, Graves, Rosenast, and Huntzinger, Coach "Eddie', lNIcNichol started
an uphill light to whip a representative team together for the 1922-23 season.
Captained by "Al" Voegelin, Pennsylvania fought hard but was victorious in
only three league encounters. ive defeated Columbia at New York, 22 to 165
threw Cornell from league leadership by administering a 30 to 25 beatingg and
downed Dartmouth 33 to 23. It is noteworthy that Pennsylvania won three of
the Eve iinal league games, Ending her real strength only during the last leg
of the race. 'We lost two league games only after extra-period play. Yale de-
- ' Varsity Clwerr Leaders
BASKETBALL CH RONICLE
Captain .... .
Manager ....... .
Assistant Manager . . . .
Junior ,Varsity Manager . .
Freshman Manager . . ,
Tournament Manager . .
Head Coach ...... .
Assistant Coach . . . .
Freshman Coach .... .
Junior ,Varsity Coach . .
EVERETT L. DJUGLER
JOHN E. MOELING
WILLIAM C. GRAVE
Forward, JAMES CARMACK Substitutes: GEORGE JAMES
Forward, GEORGE SULLIVAN JAMES NICNICHOL
Center, WILLIAM KNEASS WM. LEOPOLD
Guard, ALVARD VOEGELIN M. SCHAEFFER
Guard, J. K. MILLER RHOADES
St. Joseplfs . .
Drexel . . .
1N1CGill University .
Muhlenberg . . .
Dickinson . .
Delaware . .
Navy at Annapolis .
Penn State ....
Cornell at Ithaca .
Yale at New Haven .
Dartrnouth at Hanover .
Columbia at New York .
Princeton at Princeton . .
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feated us at New Haven 32 to 28, only after three extra periods had been
played, while Dartmouth beat us 19 to 17, but, only after the game had gone
into extra time. VVe were greatly handicapped by the lightness of our team
as compared to the other league contenders.
Only three men from our class have won their HP" in basketball, but these
men have had a large part in Pennsylvania,s victories. All are major sport
captains, Voegelin of basketball, lVIiller of football, and Sullivan of baseball.
Their names will e'er conjure memories of indomitable tight and the never-
give-in spirit that characterizes Pennsylvania teams.
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OR four years Soccer has been a major sport
here at Pennsylvania. Enthusiasm for this
English game has increased every year, and
it has successfully held its place with the other
JLL major sports. In our Freshman year, we saw the organization
of the Intercollegiate League. Many men turned out for the
X Freshman team in 1919, and the Class of 1923 had a very
Bayard Amelia and g'Joe" Heywood were our contributions to the 'Varsity
team in our Sophomore year. Following in the footsteps of the previous eleven,
our team again brought fame to the old halls of our Alma Mater by winning
the Intercollegiate Championship. A great deal of interest in the sport was
displayed by the entire student body, and if the old players, who kept the colors
flying years ago, could have seen the throngs of students crowd Franklin Field
and cheer for our victory over Princeton, they would realize that their efforts
in the beginning were not in vain.
In our Junior year, nine places on the ,Varsity line-up were left open by
graduation. This meant that nine men from the Class of 1923 might be picked
to step in and uphold the wonderful record which had been made by the grad-
uating members. The competition waged hot. Coaches Stewart and Gould
had a big job on their hands, and, with the hearty cooperation of the players,
they built up an eleven which proved themselves in every way a great credit
to the University. Due to an injury to Captain Paul Patton, Bayard Amelia
acted as uskipperl' for the greater part of that season. He held the position of
center halfback and, to say the least, was the
mainstay of the team. Vollmer, Baron, McElroy,
Miller, Nolte, Downs, Partridge, and Blair were
the other representatives of the Class of 1923 who
played 'Varsity Soccer in their Junior year. The
showing made in the league that year was very
good considering the inexperience of the men,
and, though a championship team was not turned
out, we claimed the second berth.
lVIuch of the success of the past season
is due to Captain Bayard Amelia. Because
of his excellent leadership and untiring
egorts, the team was a very stiff competitor
for the championship. Of all of the pilots
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1922-Q3 SOCCER TEAM
we can feel safe to say that Bayard has had more pep-more of the
"old fightv-and has done more to instil the spirit of determination
into his team than has anyone so far in this still infant major sport. "VE
VVe as a class appreciate his efforts and only hope that he will be an i
example that the leaders to come will follow.
One of the first games on our schedule our last season was the
one with Toronto University. It was a hard-fought battle from
start to finish, and the interest of the spectators was held to the
final whistle. Though the "Canucks" were the champions of the
Dominion, they were held to a tie, 1 to 1, by the excellent teamwork
of the wearers of the Red and Blue. Soon after this game came the
ight with Haverford. Our worthy contestors of the Maiii Line 4 f
proved themselves a very capable team, but not sufficiently capable,
however, to down our now smoothly working machine. One minute
remained to play and the Haverford boys were ahead 3 to 2. "ShortyU NlcElroy,
our outside right, in a final grand rally, shot the goal that tied the score. An
extra period was played in which our 'Varsity triumphantly upheld the colors
and won by a score of 5 to 3. In Ithaca, the following week, another great
struggle took place, but again the Red and Blue were too much for them, and
Cornell went down to defeat by a 5 to 3 score.
The end of the season found Pennsylvania and Princeton a tie for the cham-
pionship. On December 13, it was played off at Princeton, and after a terrific
struggle in the bitter December wind, the Red and Blue went down with flying
colors. We finished up our schedule with a victory over the Navy by a score of
Q to 1. Despite the fact that soccer with the Hmiddies' was a newly organized
sport, they put a very formidable eleven on the field.
The 'Varsity "PH was awarded to the following men of our class: Bayard
Amelia, Cowperthwaite, "Davev Beard, "Bobby,' Downs, "Bill" Baron,
5' ' "Freddy,' Vollmer, "Harry', Blair, Nolte, "Dick" Partridge,
A' "Shortyn lVIeElroy, "Walt,' Miller, and "Bob', Hamilton,
' 0- lVIanager. Bayard Amelia, "ShortyH McElroy, and "Dave"
Beard were elected to the mythical All-American Eleven.
0f the thirteen men who compose the ,Varsity team this
year, ten have played their last soccer for Pennsylvania, and
so to those of the Junior Class who have been with us through
the ups and downs of this last season, we entrust the reputation
of this noble sport for the coming season and with the best of
success, and may they uphold the Red and Blue with all their
"Bob,' Hamilton proved himself a very capable and efficient
manager and merits any praise that may be accorded him for
-A " A survey of the soccer season is not complete without a
Baron word about Douglas Stewart, Head Coach of the soccer teams.
SOCCER SEASON 1922-23
Captain . . . . . .
Manager ..... . . .
Assistant ltlanagers . . .
Head Coach ..,. . .
Assistant Coach . . . .
Freshman Coach . . . .
BAYARD AMELIA g
ROBERT D. HAMILTON
J. NASH DALY
CARR F. PROSS
J. MARSHALL VANNEMAN
C. RUSSELIJ MURPHY
Right Fullback, BEARD, R. DOWNS
Left Fullbach, CASTLE
Right Habtback, BARON, REEVES
Center H ahfback, AMELIA CCAPTJ
Left H abpback, VOLLIVIER
Outside Right, NOLTE
Inside Right, BLAIR
Center Forward, LINGLEBACH
Inside Left, PARTRIDGE
Outside Left, IVIOELROY
Crescents A. C. of Brooklyn, at River Field . , . . ' -
Toronto University, at River Field
Staten Island, F. C. at Staten Island . . . 7 Q
Montclair A. C. at River Field ...... . . 0 0
Yale University, at New Haven . . . Q . . . . 5 0
Philadelphia Cricket Club, at St. Martinis . . , . 1 1
Haverford College, at Haverford .
Cornell University, at Ithaca .
Harvard, at Franklin Field .
Princeton, at Franklin Field . .
Princeton, at Princeton . . .
Navy, at Annapolis . ,
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Throughout the soccer circles of the country Douglas Stewart is thought of
with a great deal of respect. It is with pride that we associate the name of
Mr. Stewart with that of Pennsylvania and justly attribute the success of the
late season to his tireless efforts. Another familiar figure who could be seen
every afternoon on the Held was Assistant Coach Gould, the right-hand man
of Coach Stewart. And so to these men, not only do the Class of 1923, but
the entire student body, express deep appreciation for their interest and
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URING the past few years the many minor sports at Pennsylvania have
received more attention and have achieved greater successes than ever
before. The "sports for all" program at the University has been adopted
by these worthy sports in a truly aggressive manner, opening to all the oppor-
tunity to engage actively in some branch of competitive athletics, regardless of
previous ability or knowledge. The 1923 men have, from the very start, taken
advantage of this opportunity, and are largely responsible for the renewed interest
in minor sports.
In the tank, '23 was ably represented by Lloyd Bechtel and "Lew,' Rimer.
In the dual meets of the 1923 season, arranged by Manager Walker VVood, the
swimming team was very successful. Practically the entire team of the sister
sport, water polo, was from '23-Captain "NIort" lVIyers, "Toods" Cowlbeck,
Collins, J oy, and Jones g and before crew duties took him away, "Ed,' Wfheeler
was one of the mainstays of the team.
The wrestlingteam went through a good season only to meet with hard luck
toward the season's close. Frank Herdeg, of the 135-
pound class, was taken from the team by a broken leg
received in practice, and others were laid OE due to
ineligibility. Thus the team was greatly handicapped
in the Intercollegiates at Ithaca. The management of
this team was in the hands of Lewis Simpson.
Under the leadership of 5'Johnny" Lucas, Penn's
boxing team came very close to a championship in 1923.
The glove-wielders won all but one of the dual meets
scheduled by Manager "Jack', Chase, who put across one
of the best seasons in the history of the sport at Penn.
The lacrosse team has bright prospects for another big
year. In 1922, "Arch" MacFarla11e, HJoe" Biben, Rum-
bold, and "View Sweeney represented ,23 on the team and
squad, which was awarded the Intercollegiate champion-
ship. N ow, with "Arch,' as captain and ':Ed" Wlallace as
manager, last season's performance should be repeated.
Captain llIacFarIane Captain Smith
Much is expected of, and no doubt much will be accomplished by the new
and first paid coach, "Eddie" Powers, who takes care of both lacrosse and
Two relatively new sports at Penn are ice hockey and pony polo. Both are
rapidly gaining their share of popularity despite the many handicaps under
which they are played. Captain Percy Wananiaker, "Bill,' O'Reilly, and
Manager Butcher have certainly, through their efforts this last season, won for
ice hockey a permanent place in the minor sports world at Pennsylvania. In
pony polo, Captain "ArtU Jerrems, Paul Summers, "Gil" Strang, and the rest
are accomplishing the same under the guidance of Manager "Bohn Fayfield.
"Eddie', Atlee led the gym team through a fairly successful season that was
arranged by 'tBob', Black, who managed the team for the past two years.
Golf and tennis are more widely known at the University as recreational,
rather than as intercollegiate competitive sports. Intercollegiate tennis has
attained some notoriety, and 1923 is ably represented on the Penn team by
Captain "Andy" Morgan. Byron Gervin is manager for the 1993 season. Golf
is not on such a firm footing, so that Captain Thomas Conte and lVIanager
Trimble have cut out for them a task that is none too easy.
This season,s fencing team has, under the leadership of Captain "HermH
Hettinger and the tutelage of Coach Terrone, accomplished more than ever
before. Throughout the season "I-Ierml' Hettinger and 'cDave" Cavers have
been the team's greatest strength, and both should do well in the Intercollegiates.
Manager Thayer, with eight meets to arrange for, has had his hands full, and
much of the teamls success is undoubtedly due to his ability.
The rifle team this year had a high standard set for it by the previous season's
team. Captain "Jess" LaR0se and Manager Yankauer planned and executed a
comprehensive schedule and placed the team well up in the intercollegiate
The gun team likewise followed a season that was very successful and, while
their meets are hardly in full swing, everything points toward a repetition of
last season's showing. At any rate, Captain 'cMort,, Housel and Manager
"Bill', Clark believe so and are working hard with the rest of the team to
With "Donn Head as captain for the third time, the cross-country team went
through another good season, ending with the Intercollegiate Meet in VanCort-
landt Park, New York, where all of the Pennsylvanians placed well up on the list.
From this review of the thirteen minor sports it can be seen that 1923 men
played no small part in this field of activity. They built up reputations for them-
selves and for their University, they have benefited physically, mentally, and
socially, for the companionships of the athletic field cannot be equaled. In all,
they have added to the equipment necessary to play the game of Life. May
their successes in this greater game equal-nay, double and treble-their suc-
cesses of undergraduate days.
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C'apzfaz'n . . . DONALD NV. HE.iD
Manager . . . . JOHN C. BOGAN, JR.
Coach , . . LANVSON ROBERTSON
DONALD W. HEAD, Captain XVILBUR H. VAN DINE
ELMER O. NICLANE CHARLES S. CULLMAN
SAYMAN IQERR FREDERICK H. BATES
J. RVAYBIOND FISHER EDXVARD R. FOSTER
YVILLIAM H. PEAK
NOVEMBER 4. Handicap Meet at Cobbls Creek. Won by Bailey '26, Head YQ3. Qd, Van
Dine ,245 3d, Fisher '25, ith.
NOVEBIBER 11. Quadrangular lVIeet with Columbia, Cornell. and Dartmouth at V an Cort-
landt Park, N. Y. YVOH by Cornell, Columbia, Qd, Dartmouth, 3d, Pennsylvania, Llth.
NOVENIBER 27. Fourteenth Annual ,Varsity Intercollegiate and Third Annual Freshman
Intercollegiate Championships at Van Cortlandt Park, N. Y.
'Varsity Race: Syracuse, '75, Yale, 108, lVIass. Tech, 113, Columbia, 118, Cornell, 119,
Maine, 1415, Dartmouth, 158, Princeton, 169, Harvard, 182, Penn State, 211:
Freshman Race: Penn State, 40, Princeton, 71, Yale, 90, Syracuse, 91, Cornell, 118,
VICTOR HOLST, Captain
J. E. HANNA
UE. M. BECHTEL
J. M. Fox
- W. F. HARVEY
A. G. VVIGGINS
A.ssz'sta11.t lllanagers ,
C. C. N. Y.
Yale . . .
C. C. N. Y.
Yale . .
A. 1vALKER WOOD, JR.
. . . 42 20
. . 19 413
. . 12 50
. . 17 +115
. . 50 12
. . 4:3 19
. . 19 43
. . 43 19
WATER POLO TEAM
MORTIMER MYERS, Captain
H. D. COWLBECK . G. J. FRIEDMAN
J. P. JONES N. H. COLLINS
S. W. JOY
J. SHULOFF L. MARIEN
lk... 1 . T
. 4 NIORTIMER MYERS
. . . . . . .A. WALKER Woon, JR.
Assistant Managers . . XVARREN WRIGHT
C. C. N. Y.
Yale . .
C. C. N. Y.
Yale . .
. . GEORGE IQISTLER, XVALTER
. . . 21 31
. . 4 '76
. . 6 48
, . 12 41
. . 5 12
. . '7 36
. . 5 54
. . 15 54
1923 WRESTLING TEAM
F. L. KIEP, Acting Captain
FRANK L. HERDEG
P. R. LUTZ
Heavyweight Class, J. A. KAUFFMAN
J an. 27
Feb. 1 0
Feb. 1 7
P-5 - - GIG
Captain , . NIERLE E. SMITH
Manager ..... . . YV. LEWIS SIMPSON
Assistant Wlanagers . . . . REGINALD NI. BUDD
Coach . . . J. LEONARD NIASON
Pennsylvania . . 15 Princeton , . . . 10
Pennsylvania . . , . 8 Lehigh . . . .23
Pennsylvania . . . . QQ Virginia . , , . 9
Pennsylvania . . . . 0 Penn State . . . . 26
Pennsylvania . . 0 Yale . . . . . 25
Pennsylvania . . 6 Cornell . . . . 16
1922 TENNIS TEAM
ANDREW S. MORGAN, Captain
ORRIN L. MANGUN '
WILLIANI E. NORVELL, JR.
JAMES E. MORAN
W. JAMES MACINTOSH
J. MARSHALL VANNEh'IAN, JR.
H. BYRON GERVIN
J L L
, , . .
School of Osteopathy
University of Virginia . .
Country Club of Virginia
Baltimore Country Club .
Lehigh University . . .
Yale University . . .
Swarthmore College . .
Syracuse University .
University of lVIichigan .
U. S. Naval Academy . .
Harvard University . .
Dartmouth College . .
T C N N I S
SEASON OF 1922
Captain ...... ANDREVV S. BIORGAN
M anagefr ..... ARTHUR B. SEEGER
Assistant Manager . H. BYRON GERVIN
F'FGS1LfI'ZllII Illanager . THOMAS B. K. RINGE
Coach ....... NVILLIAM T. SPILDEN, Qd
. . . . . . 2 Pennsylvania . g, .
. . . , . . 0 Pennsylvania . . .
. . . . . . EZ Pennsylvania . . .
. . . 8 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 3 Pennsylvania . . .
. , 8 Pennsylvania . , .
. . 1 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 1 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 3 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 3 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 5 Pennsylvania . . .
. . 6 Pennsylvania . . .
SEASON OF 1923
. . . . ANDREW S. MORGAN
. . . . . . . H. BYRON GERVIN
THEODORE CAMPBELL, JR.
Mana ers. . .
g F. FLETCHER GARLOCK
. Country Club of Norfolk at Norfolk
April 2. Country Club of Virginia at Richmond
21. Columbia at New York
25. Lehigh at Philadelphia
28. Baltimore Country Club at Baltimore
May Q. Princeton at Princeton
5. Yale at New Haven
10. Harvard at Cambridge
11. Dartmouth at Hanover
May 19. Cornell at Ithaca
1923 GYM TEAM
EDWARD ATLEE, Caybiain
HAROLD B. MOCLARY GEORGE V. CRESSON
JAMES R. WILSON JAMES KUMAZAWA
SAMUEL NOVOMESKY - JAMES PARSONS
JULIAN S. LONG
G91 A 5029
Captain . . . . EDNVARD ATLEE'
Manager ..... . . ROBERT R. BLACK
Assistant Manager . . , . G. GORDON lVIAHY, JR.
Freshman Manager . . . DAVID A. GRIMES, 3D
Coach ..... . . G. R. HE:1P
Feb. 10. Navy . ..... QSM Pennsylvania .
Feb. 16. M. I. T. 29 . . Ha.1'va.rd . . 11 Pennsylvania. .
Feb. 17. Yale . . .... 23 Pennsylvania. .
Marcll 10. Army at 'West Point.
March 23. Intercollegiates at Annapolis.
G Y M
HERMAN S. HETTINGER, Captain
DAVID F. CAVERS
DONALD THOMPSON K
E. NEILSON BROWN
J . H. PUGII
HARRY W. ALLERS
Captain . . , .HERNIAN S. HETTINGER
LAUREN H. T1-MYER
LINDSAY Y. IPHOMPSON
WILLARD J. DAVIS
Manager ..... , .
Assistant Managers . . .
Coach ...,. . . LEONARDO TERRONE
SEASON OF 1923
Fencers Club of Philadelphia.
Foils-Pennsylvania 5g Fencers Club LL.
Columbia at New York.
Foils-Pennsylvania 5g Columbia -1.
Sabers-Penusylvauia 3g Columbia 1.
Epee-Pennsylvania 1g Columbia 1.
Dartmouth at Hanover.
Foils-Dartmouth 53 Pennsylvania 4.
Sabers-Dartmouth 33 Pennsylvania 1.
Epee-Pennsylvania 1g Dartmouth 0.
Harvard at Cambridge.
Foils-Harvard 5g Pennsylvania LL.
Epee-Pennsylvania 1g Harvard 1.
Navy and Massachtlsetts Institute of Technology
Foils-Navy 5g Pennsylvania 4.
Pennsylvania 6g IW. I. T. 3.
Sabers-Pennsylvania 23 Navy 2.
IVI. I. T. 3g Pennsylvania 1.
Epee-Navy 23 Pennsylvania 0,
Pennsylvania QQ M. I. T. 0.
March 2. Columbia at Philadelphia.
Foils-Pennsylvania 5g Columbia 4.
Sabers-Pennsylvania 3g Columbia 1.
Epee-Columbia QQ Pennsylvania 0.
March 9. Yale at Philadelphia.
Foils-Yale 6g Pennsylvania 3.
Sabers-Yale 41g Pennsylvania 0.
Epee-Yale 1g Pennsylvania 0.
1923 LACROSSE TEAM
A. H. IVIACFARLANE, Captain
flsszstavnf Managers . . .
A H NIACFARLANE
Emxnx R VVALLACE
SEASON OF 1923
Captain ......, '. .
WYLQE i ....... 4 ' T .
April 7. Cornell. .
April H. Penn State
April Harvard .
April Navy . .
lvlay Stevens .
lllay Hopkins .
lVIay Army . .
May Lehigh . .
May Mt. Washington . .
Lacrosse Club . .
SEASGN OF 1922
Cambridge . . . Pennsylvania
Navy . . . . 17 Pennsylvania
Harvard , . . Pennsylvania
Cornell . . . . Pennsylvania
Crescents . . . . Pennsylvania
Syracuse . . . Pennsylvania
Stevens . . . Pennsylvania
West Point . . . , Pennsylvania
Swarthmore . . Pennsylvania
Hopkins . . . Pennsylvania
Lehigh ..,.... . , Pennsylvania
Mt. Wlashington .....
Champions of Southern Division.
1923 HOCKEY TEAM
Left Wing .
Right Wifng .
Center . . .
. . .P. W. VVANAM
. . .W. O'RE1LLY
. . . A. C. PRINGLE
. . A. G. LCFURRAY
. I. . R. J. KEARNS
. . .D. B. CAMINEZ
C. SMITH H. FORTIER G. C. NEAI
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H O C K C ' Y
Captain . . . P. W. XVANAMAKER
Manager ..,.. , H. BUTCHER, 3D
As.s'is1fa1ztZl1anager . . . . G. B. HASTTERSLEY
Coach ..... . . EDWVARD POWERS
Columbia University . . . . . Q 0 Philadelphia
Swarthmore Hockey Club . . . 2 3 Philadelphia
. . 11 1 New Haven
Yale University .,..
Cornell University . .
Princeton University . .
6 2 Philadelphia
1923 GOLF TEAM
THOMAS J. CONTE, Captain
G. A. GRIFFIN
H. C. WILLIAMS
Yale. . .
G O L F
SEASON OF 1922
Captain . . . JACK M. FALK
Manager , , , . . L. R. TRIMBLE
u C. C. . . Pennsylvania . . . . . 6
. . . , Pennsylvania . . . 1
. Pennsylvania , . . . 3
. Pennsylvania . . . . 8
Pennsylvania . . . . 3
. . . Pennsylvania . . . . 0
. . . . . Pennsylvania . . . . 3
a C. C. . . Pennsylvania . . . . 2
SEASON OF 1923
Penn State . .
Harvard . .
Princeton . .
Williams . .
Cornell . .
Dartmouth . .
Pittsburgh . .
June 26-30. Intercollegiates
THOS. J. CONTE
LAWRENCE R. TRIIVIBLE
XVALLACE B. ENGLEHARDT
LESLIE B. CIZEK
. . . . . . . .Philadelphia
' New York
. . Trenton
' New York
. . Bethlehem, Pa.
. . Philadelphia, Pa
. . Siwanoy
1923 RIFLE TEAM
JESSE E. LA ROSE, Captain
C. VANDER BENT
I. DU PONT
. H. A. HAUSER
H. T. GRAVES
Gag , 0
, . Q -
. . JESSE E. LA ROSE
. . THEODORE YANKAUER
, . CAPTAIN HERDIAN THORIAS
TEAM STANDINGS, SEASON OF 19QQeQ3
Preliminary N. R. A. Position Team IVIatches:
Prone . . .
Sitting . .
Kneeling . .
Standing . .
Intercollegiate N. R. A. Match:
University of Pennsylvania ,Varsity . 993 987 900 986
V. P. I. ,Varsity . .
M. I. T. 'Varsity .
Columbia 'Varsity. . .
Intercollegiate I. C. A. A. R. C.
. . 500
University of Pennsylvania ....
Pennsylvania 'Varsity .
Pennsylvania ,Varsity .
Pennsylvania ,Varsity .
. 1588 1586
THE BOXING TEAM
JOHN LUKAS, Captain
,K O X I N G
Captain . . JOHN LUKAS
Manager ..,.. JOHN HOZVIER CHASE
Asszlstant Managers . . EDWARD CLISSOLD
Coach . . . GEORGE DECKER
February NI. I. T. at Pennsylvania.
lVI. I. T. QQ Pennsylvania 3.
February Army at IVest Point.
Army 3g Pennsylvania -lf.
February Penn State at Pennsylvania.
Penn State 3g Pennsylvania 4.
Blarch Colgate at Pennsylvania.
Colgate 33 Pennsylvania 4.
NIarCh Navy at Annapolis.
Navy 4g Pennsylvania 3.
PONY POLO TEAM
ARTHUR JERREMS, Cqptafin
CHARLES D. BRIDGEMAN
ROBERT H. FAYFIELD
FLOYD KNOLL -
Captain . . .ARTHUR JERREMS
Manager ....... ROBERT I-I. FAYFIELD
Associate Illanager . , . GEORGE VVHITLEY
Assistant Managers . . CHARLES LYONS, BARRETT CULIN
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Coaches . . . DR. HORACE ALLEMAN, FOSTER REEVE
Virginia 1VIilitary Institute . . . . -1 5 Lexington
Cornell University .... , . 10 11 Philadelphia
Norwich University . . , . 4 JAZZ Philadelphia
Princeton University . . , . 10 Q Philadelphia
VVest Point ..... . 5 8 West Point
Yale University . . . 3 13 New Haven
Troop A .... . . 4 5 Philadelphia
1922 GUN TEAM
M. C. HOUSEL, Captain
FLOYD KNOLL ALONZO F. KNIGHTS
J. ROLAND LOWER T HOMAS KNOWLES
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Captain . . . .M. C. HOUSEL
Ilffanager . . . YV. R. CLARK, JR.
SEASON OF 1922
Intercollegiate Trapshooting Meet .... Third Place
Princeton at Pennsylvania . . . . .VV0n
Pennsylvania at Princeton . . . .lVon
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THE INTERFRATERNITY AGREEMENT
HE present Interfraternity Agreement has been in vogue at Pennsylvania
since 19Q0. Ten years previous to that date the first agreement was
drawn up. Since the adoption of the present agreement various attempts
have been made by the fraternities signatory thereto to strike out or modify
parts of it.
The thing uppermost in a fraternity manis mind is to speak to, or "look
over,', a Freshman. If an agreement is drawn up that prohibits this, it is sure
to lead to deception. You will seldom find a man who admits that HE is doing
the deceiving, it is always the other fellow. It is rather difficult to draw up an
agreement in which every clause has a narrow and strict interpretation that
will suit each signatory fraternity. VVith the present agreement, the Council
has endeavored to provide for one interpretation of any clause that may come
under particular consideration.
Fraternities which are signatory to any agreement must cope with a strong
temptation to take advantage of "the other fellow" at critical times, but this
is the point Where the spirit of the agreement is tested. There has always been
a certain jealousy that has existed among fraternity men, and in their eagerness
to get the best men for their respective organizations, they overstep the lines
drawn up in the agreement.
Here at Pennsylvania an agreement should be adopted that would permit a
legalized period or periods in which the fraternities could "look over" the men
of the yearling Class before the prescribed Rushing Season in February. The
agreement could also be amended as to the illegal use of the dormitories in
"pre-season rushing,', an abuse that is becoming more pronounced year after
The Interfraternity Council should not only exercise such administrative
powers as deal with the agreement, but should give its attention to constructive
ideas and constructive criticism that would make for a better University.
Interfraternity relations could be much better on our campus. If a better spirit
of cooperation could be arrived at and maintained among the fraternities in
the agreement, there would not be so much of a tendency to violate it.
Let us hope that by the time this book has come off the press there will be
an agreement adopted that will not only be respected by the fraternities, but
one that will bring the fraternities to the fore in a bigger and better
January 27, 1923 fi
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WILLIAM HENRY FURNESS, 3D, M.D.
ALBERT PHILIP FRANCINE, A.M., M.D.
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CHARLES NATHANIEL DAVIS, A.M., M.D.
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JOHN CLAXTON GITTINGS, M.D.
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CHARLES NIERRIUM XVHARTON, B.S., M.D.
ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSAT, PH.D.
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English and Domestic Hats and Furnishings
Boots and Shoes for Dress, Street, and Sport
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods
' Send for " Compmirons "
TREMONTCOR. BOYLSTON 220 BELLEVUE AVENUE
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIRST YEAR
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Quality unsurpassed. Style of outstanding
distinction. Fabrics out-of-the-ordinary in
patterns and dependable to the last all-Wool
thread. Clothing you will Wear with pride.
Prices you will pay with pleasure.
Like many other good things, VViclcham
Clothes can be obtained only at
STRAWBRIDGE 81 CLOTHIER
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS
LAUNDRY W 6 HH
Student Seffvice TAILORS
HARRY R. ENDICOTT
247 South Thirty-Seventh Street
I 207 Walnut Street
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The initials of a friend
You will find these letters on many tools by which
electricity works. They are on great generators
used by electric light and power companiesg and
on lamps that light millions of homes.
They are on big motors that pull railway trainsg
and on tiny motors that make hard housework
By such tools electricity dispels the dark and lifts
heavy burdens from human shoulders. Hence the
letters G-E are more than a trademark. They are
an emblem of service--the initials of a friend.
GE lE lElLlEQTR,lIC
" There is a recognized besl in every line"
and Club Emblems
The Standard of quality
among College Greeks
for more than a half
THE D. S. AULD CO.
COLUMBUS - OHIO
Manufacturers of Class Record Keys
Philadelphia Ofhcez 8 Drexel Bldg.
NINETEENTH AND MARKET STS.
of the world
Storage Under Highest Class
Ideal Conditions Appointments
Exide Service Station
Repairing and Recharging
THE BLENHEIM GARAGE
P. BEASTON'S SONS
3628 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 3701 Spruce Street
Prompt and Efficient Service Day and Night
CLCDTI-IES FOR CCDLLEGE MEN
Imported 'and Domestic Woolens
Fashioned into Clothes that Fit and are Distinctive
C. T. BARBIERI 85 CO., Tailors
1111 WALNUT STREET
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Station Pennsylvania Railroad
Capital ..... 3500,000.00
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Total Resources 2,795,000.00
Let Us Demonstrate
Our Kind of Banking
We sell exchange on all
parts of the world and
invite you to use our
Bank of North America
SL TRUST COMPANY
Member Federal Reserve System
307 Chestnut St. City Hall Squat
LL of the buildings of the University of Pennsylvania
and a great majority of fraternities are heated with
coal from Geo. B. Newton Coal Co.
Answers the Burnin Question
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27 Yards.-One in every section of the city' and suburbs
Main Ofnce, Franklin Bank Building, 1415 Sansom Street
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stop at the McCreery F1fth Avenue
Men s Shop It 1S convemently located
on the second Hoor and eas1ly reached
by the spec1al Arcade Entrance at 366
F1fth Avenue between 34th and 35th
Streets Here you w1ll ind complete
assortments of clothmg as well as hats
caps and the famous All Leather
slloes You vv1ll also fmd that for mer
chandrse of quahty our PIICCS are sur
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We can handle your orders for
Business Books, after Graduation,
by either mail or phone, and give
the same satisfactory service you
received during your College Days.
236 SOUTH 40th STREET
First-Class Work at Moderate Prices
B ll Bering 8452 Come In Again
N IFTY BEN 'S
SMOKES and PERIODICALS
Billiard Parlor, IO Brunswick
Tables, Soda Fountain, I2 Seats
33d and Chestnut Sts. Philadelphia
I' F. TAPLEY CGW Book Manufacturers
LONG ISLAND CITY
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3643 Woodland Avenue
3655 Woodland Avenue
Most Sanitary Shops
on the Campus
Sarnese Hair Oil
for Dandruff and
P-urely a student shop
N-ever too busyto do a favor
N-o trouble to show our "stuff"
A-visit by you is most Welcome
S-erviee a Hxture
H-ouse of satisfaction
Y-our convenience paramount
Merchandise Zbat expresses personality
The Collegiate Shop
MANICURING 11 BARBERS 3709 SPRUCE ST. PHILADELPHIA
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146 North Seventh Street Philadelphia
IOI4 CHAPEL STREET NEW HAVEN
505 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK
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Gilbert 81 Bacon
Ehutugrapbs nf Quality
for 1923 Class Record
1923 Dental Record
Benj. H. Shoemaker
Every description of glass required
in construction of buildings
205-211 NORTH FOURTH ST.
Bell, Market 641
Keystone, Main 1020
We Merril the Cfczss
3657 WOODLAND AVENUE
133 North Seventh Street
Valves and Packing
New Standard for 125
lbs. working steam pres-
This is the latest addi-
tion to our line and is
of our medium pressure
and extra-heavy patterns.
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SERVICE ESTABLISHED 1895
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3700 Spruce Street
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For W0men's l f- I
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Frank 8: Seder, 5,1554 'g d QL ' X'-,
y The ideal paper for University,
College and High School
Proof of its excellence may be found by its specfqicatlion
by many of the leading un1fve1'sit'ies of the country
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N.B. The 1923 Record is printed on Black 81 W7hite Coated Book
Not something for nothing-but
doing what you want done in-
telligently, economically, and
Hranklin QIJutu:Gng1fahing House
632 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
ENGRAVERS FOR PUNCH BOWL SINCE 1904
BELL PHONE, WALNUT 18-7
KEYSTQNE Pnntmg Company
P ' t
N. E. Corner Juniper
and Cherry Streets
12 SOUTH TENTH STREET
PHILADELPHIA Printers of the Punch Bowl
C' Sare Are Good "
Everybody Likes These
Closest to Campus
221-23 South 36th St.
Day and Night
Opposite the Dorms Service
Instant Delivery H Baring 1922
3711 SPR UCE STREET ACCESSORIES
GRADUATIUN ibntel Stjiames
Do not hesitate to
call upon us for
the fulfilment of
You are assured of
the same efHcient
service that was
rendered to you as
Houston Club Book
The place Where your
party will go off
with a bang
' Dancing every evening
13TH AND WALNUT STS.
A National Institution
3709 Spruce Street
Clothes do not make the
man but go a long Way toward
making the opportunity that
makes the man.
IYe give you the style you
needg just the fit you require
in ready-to-wear or made to
Also Furnishings and Hats
at moderate prices.
817 BROADWAY, COR. 12TH STREET
I. G. WILLIAMS
S. E. Corner 37th and Locust Streets
JOHN H. ROELOF
Phone, Woodland 4515W
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3633 Walnut Street
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