University of Pennsylvania - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1925
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THE CLASS RECURD
IT IS THE AIM CF THIS
CDF TI-IEVCLASS RECQRD:
To stamp witli pefrinanence tlie
fleeting events of College yeafrsg to
gifve to tlie futiwe tlie facts ancl
faces of the pfresentg ancl to aolcl to
the annals of Pennsylvania tlie
contributions of tlie Class of 1925.
THE SIPDHIRQIIVII' CCDIF:
n taken uf our sinners: respent
anti ahmiratiun, tmz, the Qlilass
of 1925, habitats this iKenuriJ nf nur
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taught for lm' name un the atbleti:
tielh, uplgzlh it in manifnlh tnallxs of
alumni life, anti, as Qlljairman of the
Qlouncil on Hltbletics, when tnhulz:
bearish Bernice tu the sutcess uf
, Pennsplhania atljletits
SIDNEY M. HUTCHINSON
i -- i FTTIMES to every Pennsylvania
graduate comes the desire to
gn 5 once more gaze upon the ivy-
- - covered buildings of old Penn.
During his four years in college he fails to
appreciate their beauty, their grandeur, and
only after he has received his diploma and
goes forth into this hectic world and is whirled
and tossed in the maelstrom of her caprices
and fancies does he realize what ancient
traditions surround the walls of his Alma
lllater. He does not stop to think how he will
miss his old environments and he will never
cease to cherish fond memories of her silhou-
etted towers. All hail, then, to the Penn-
sylvania Campusg may it ever grow more
dear to the heart of every loyal alumnus.
DORMITORY ENTRANCE FROM WITHIN
A CORNER OF THE TRIANGLE
THE CLASS MESSAGE
HE CLASS of 1905 has entered upon a new era in its history
For four years have we labored and striven and learned, that
we might now enter the realm of life-work and good citizenship,
to lay our just rewards as a tribute at the feet of her who has
sponsored us-our Alma M3tS1'.
A career at Pennsylvania, all too short, has inspired in us deep reverence
and a true respect for the great University whose heritage we claim. Our
undergraduate days have been marked with high aspirations and sincere
endeavors toward a righteous ideal-that of serving Pennsylvania. If we have
succeeded-and that is for others to judge-then we may retire with a true
feeling of satisfaction. If not, it has not been for a lack of devotion, and we
are unfeignedly thankful for that which we have done. ..
During the four-year undergraduate career of the Class of 1925, Penn-
sylvania has entered upon a new epoch in her activities. She has emerged
from a period of quietude and embarked upon a tremendous building program,
developed an adequate endowment campaign, and set forces in motion, all
bent toward accomplishing a more centralized and efficient administration,
undergraduate and graduate. VV e are happy that good fortune has granted us
the opportunity of participating in 'these efforts toward the constructive
development of our Alma lVIater.
I Our graduation unveils even a greater opportunity for Service and respon-
sibility. lVlay we remain intact in spirit and in loyalty, if not in body, that we
may, working as a. unit, accomplish deeds of achievement that will redound to
the benefit of Pennsylvania. lVIay we forever reverence her venerable age,
her glorious history, and may our affection for her ivy-clad walls, and that for
which they stand, be as deep-rooted as our souls. I
lVo1'cls fwafil little, but our m.e.s'.s'age is-
t'Pennsylfzvcm'iai, true love for tlzeef,
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Qin the Glass ui 1925, Qbreetingz
HE GOAL of graduation is in sight, the long race is nearly
completed, and at Commencement you will receive the diploma,
indicating that as a result of the preliminaries, you are qualified
l l for the final. Education, however broad and deep its foundations
may be, must throughout your lives be increased by the building on these
foundations of a beautiful superstructure. lNIen are judged not so much by
what they know, as by what they do with what they know. lVIere knowledge,
like gold locked up in a chest and buried, may be intrinsically valuable, but
practically useless. Knowledge, however, that is kept in circulation, and is,
therefore, constantly benefiting the owner and others with whom he may be
in contact, is the most valuable thing in the world. "Knowledge is poweri' is
an old proverb, but it requires good character, clear thinking, and unselfish
interest in others to utilize power aright. During the years of your association
with the University, you have, doubtless, been impressed by the fact that
college days are not only a preparation for life, but they are life itself. It is
probable that your position in the world in relation to other men will be
similar to that which you have .maintained toward your classmates in college.
If you have been faithful, reliable, and earnest in all that you have done in
college, and have invariably chosen the right ends, and the right means to
accomplish those ends, it is likely that this will be characteristic of your lives
after you have left college. I believe that the Class of 1925, with which I have
been somewhat closely associated, is characterized by the qualities to which
I have referred, which are faithfulness, reliability, and earnestness. hlay
every blessing attend you on your way, may every honorable ambition be
attained, and may peace and happiness dwell ever with you.
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Tuesday, June 16, 1925, 2.30 PJVI., Dormitory Triangle
"The Rezl and Blue" .
History of tlte Class . .
Class Prophecy .
Class Poem ....
Spoon Man .
Bourl lllan .
Cane Man .
Spade Man . .
Hfzunorozzs Presentations . .
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. . . . . THE CLASS
. . . ROBERT A. STREETER
. JOHN E. MCGOVERN, JR.
. . . . . . ORCHESTRA
. . . LEWIS K. DXVORICIN
. MALCOLM BAILEY .ALLEN
. GEORGE WARREN STEVENS
. , . . . . RAE NICGRAW
, XVILLIAM E. LINGELBACH, JR.
. EDXVARD F. NICGINLEY, JR.
. . . ROBERT A. STREETER
. ROBERT R. OSBORN
. . . . , . . . ORCHESTRA
. XVILLIAM E. LINGELBACI-I, JR.
. . . . . . . . . . . ROBERT A. STREETER
. JAMES M. PIENDERSON
. . . . THE CLASS
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E CODIE to the last outposts of the familiar time which we have lived together
and tomorrow we shall go forth alone, seeking fulfilment of the dreams that we
have dreamed. Farewells are always brief, unworded intervals, shadowed by the
ghosts of other hours-hours of labor and achievement, hours of summer idleness, the
upsurging strophe of cheers when the team started down the Held, thin October sunshine
in some dusty laboratory-hours that cannot be retold except in friendship, loyalty. It is
ever so-no record is made true, no history complete. '
In a real sense, there cannot be a History of 'Q5. Four years have held so many things
that will not marshal themselves into an orderly procession, because they were four years
of eager, contradictory youth. -There are but aspects, single hours stepping almost at
random from our campus life, which we can fix in words.
Not long ago, as people think of time, but at the other end of our worlds-four years
ago-the Class of ,Q5 came into being. VVe remember the strangeness and glamour with
which this new world was vested, and whenever we see a forlorn Freshman wandering out
Wloodland Avenue the feeling returns. The first days, a boy was quite alone. Then came
the halt beginning of knowledge, and we were swept by the wings of enthusiasms which
we did not comprehend. There was a Field Welcome, and garden hose maneuvered by
Sophomores, which taught us that we were not an amorphous lot of boys who happened
to be studying the same things at the same time, but a Class, if only in self-protection
It was swift and imperative, the organization of the Class, yet it did not lack precision
Anker Bailey Henningsen we elected temporary President, and Eldon S. Chapman
temporary Secretary-Treasurer. ,
A few swift weeks played monitor for the traditions of Pennsylvania. Those associa
tions which, if their telling be out of place in a history, are still the fairest guerdon of
campus life, quickly matured. Vile found the things we wanted to do, and the Freshman
teamsisprang into exuberant life while an army of heelers and aspiring actors, debaters
musicians and political conjurers went quietly about the foundation of renown.
So the Poster Fight was encountered by a Freshman Class as united as any of its
precursors. The posters Haunted their objectionable presence at vantages all over the
campus then, not merely in the Quad, as now. The rear of College Hall saw the flood
tide of combat g and College Hall suffered damage thereby, so that the Olympians refused
to render a decision as to the victor. Other incidents of rivalry are too numerous fol
recounting. VVe found triumph in the venerable Pants Fight, and bereft the Sopliomores
of their President when they held their Asiatic Night, the last of such, and we sat down
in memorable banquet to celebrate it all, until the rafters of Green's rang as rafters
. These were the gay incidents. But progress had been made in many other lines. Wie
had chosen Joseph lVestbay VValker as our permanent President, Allen G. VViggins was
Vice-President, B. J. Tepper, Secretary, Eldon S. Chapman, Treasurer, and lllilton Hecht,
Historian-'25 had become a class. In every campus activity our strength made itself
felt, and the climax to a year of activities was the winning of the Fenniman Bowl in the
rather handy fashion of 15 points to 4.
It had been a golden year, and, if our
story of it seems woefully incomplete,
perhaps that is as well-each man re-
members what the year meant for him,
and all its failures and accomplishments.
He remembers the team, the winning of
his numeral, the key which crowned a year
of ignominious heeling, the new fraternity
pin-a hundred victories. And he re-
members, over all the things that year
, . gi' brought him, the new spirit which suiused
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his life, the new name that he had learned
The fall of 1922, if it discovered ranks depleted somewhat, found the Class of '25
emerging into the full radiance of power.' It was not like the fall of 'QI-strangeness and
uncertainty were vanished, and we came back with warmthfand high resolve. A color
and rhythm pervaded the new year and all the conquests We had planned seemed possible.
The Vigilance Committee, with Charles VVeinstock as its chairman, admonished and
reproved, as is the way of Vigilance Committees. But we think ours did it just a little
better than the others, and surely the Freshmen were shown how to be of use to themselves.
The episodes of this tutelage we fear to linger on. They are of the merry bagatelles which
lure historians from their tasks and leave them roaming in endless merriment to their
undoing. It is enough to mention what we all remember very well, that after the smoke of
the traditional rivalry lifted somewhat, the Freshmen had captured the Fenniman Bowl
by a margin so narrow as to verge on the miraculous.
They were days of rivalries-hearty, full-throated contests lit with the glow of
friendliness-and we remember them with pride. Sometimes we wonder if thesheer
glory of combat will ever return as we then knew it-a glory in effort and honorable
achievement which was never dimmed when the other fellow won. .It was not winning
that we treasured.
The Sophomore elections made George Vllarren Stevens our able President, with
Hugh King as Vice-President, E. Paul Norris as Secretary, Samuel H. French as Treasurer,
and lllilton Daus, Historian. The swift current of the year swept onward over Thanks-
giving and the game, over the usual cycle of the scholastic year, into the backwaters of
the lllid-Years. It seems, now, that we never could have been idle an hour that year.
Hey Day arrived, and the Love Feast acknowledged that all men are created free and equal.
Spring must have been insidious those days. 'We can recall storming around in lllarch
and buying cough medicine and galoshes. Then suddenly it was the last Friday April had,
and a beneficent committee had been deux ex machina under the admirable direction of
J. Lee Patton, Jr., in making the Sophomore Prom a social and financial and esthetic
conquest, where it had only been a social conquest in other years.
From every sentry-post, now that the year was closing, came reports of what '25 had
done. Her men were already integral upon every Varsity team. They were being heralded
among things Thespian as promising lVIask and Wig men. The lordly publications were
finding them essential in the business of telling people things.
VVherefore, the Sophomore Banquet at the Majestic was a merryfeast, a confirmation
and an augury.
Then we were Juniors. It just happened, and we wondered if we ever had been
Freshmen. There expanded an air of reserve and concentration among the classmen.
The first new thrill of loyalty had given way to confident labor. No longer did we fumble
through October thinking of last August, and uncertain how to begin. VVe had much to
defend now, many structures to augment, a goal to be attained.
The Junior Society came forth in full splendor. Grant VVestgate became President,
with James Carmack, E. A. Hamer, Rea lVIcGraw, Robert A. Streeter, Eugene lVI. F lues,
John J. Doyle, George VV. Stevens, J. Lee Patton, VVm. E. Linglebach, Ernest Scott,
Norman Pancoast, Robert VV. Zehring, Elmer McLane, and A. L. Papworth forming
an able body.
Elections were revolutionary. They brought an air of tense uncertainty which was like
wine to those of us who liked to test our strength. Sullivan introduced a new verve in the
ancient party lines. The best part of it was that we knew nothing serious could happen,
because the candidates were, without exception, worthy of the dignity. So when Lee Patton
was acclaimed our President, and Frank
Dewhirst, Vice-President, with Win. Ship- ' g ,-,p In g f
way, Secretary, a Treasurer in Murrel J. ,Evil -1 ,"i' p
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we knew that the frail craft of Junior 'LMA i f zv vi..
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The rest of us prepared the canes which
would mark us apart from other men and
thought of the Cornell game and the attendant festivities. Anticipation merged into
realization almost imperceptibly. WVe found ourselves receiving the Junior Balcony from
the Seniors and knew we were at last an 'cupper class." Wie were marching, to the swing
of canes, to chapel services arranged by Harry VV. Allers. Wie were seated in banquet mood
at the Rittenhouse and someone was making a speech about how all the world was J uniors.
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and all Juniors were the world-or was it that? Another
day, and the Smoker was engineered to success by
J. S. Lancaster, free from the ancient interruptions of the
other Smokers we had known-a little peace at last!
Came Thursday, and the Cornell game. There may be
many Cornell games in our career as Pennsylvania men,
and we hope there will be-but none of them will be so
right as that game was. Rain, mud, and defeat conspired
to take it from us, and they failed. It was our game g we
would rather see Penn lose as she lost that day than go
through twenty undefeated seasons. Then followed the
Prom, crowning Junior Week with the most orderly and
yet the gayest revelry a Prom has ever known. E. H.
Panek had prepared everything, from lights to music, as
it should be done, and he and his committee have our
The life of the campus seemed to move at a pace even
more accelerated now. The managerial competitions took
place, and it seemed hardly a month until, in the spring, the elections to the Undergraduate
Council were under way. Joseph VV. Wallier, William N. Freyer, Francis VV. Sullivan,
John Headley, George W. Stevens, Robert Osborne, James Swarts, J. WVayne Wrightstone,
William A. Haddock, John,Ryan, S. H. French, C. E. Dagit, with Robert A. Streeter as
chairman, composed the Council.
WVe had chosen Robert A. Streeter as President for our Senior year, and that was
a choice well made. 6'BobU has fully proven the confidence which we reposed in him, as a
leader and as a man, and the Class owes, in a real measure, many of the triumphs of our
Senior year to his unfailing services.
The Mask and Wig produced "That's That" in splendor, augmented by the men of
,Q5 who starred and danced and became notables. Another group of notables realized their
ambitions when the Senior Honorary Society elections were announced. So, in content
and fair promise, the year came to its ending.
Summers have a manner of contracting, as our school career advances, and the summer
of 19241 was perhaps the briefest andimerriest. An August moon, or twofand then we
stood upon the threshold of our last year.
The minor Class officers were duly uncovered in LeMoine C. Wheeler as Vice-President,
Edward S. Panek as Secretary, John Gordon as Treasurer, and John E. McGovern, Jr.,
as Historian. 1
VVe had attained full stature, and the world was ours. It was a mellow season and, could
scribes be critics, we might term it the best year of all-Our Year. But who shall say?
Wle cannot ever forget the midnight caprices of the earlier years in the maturity of our
ambitions. VVe merely write "It was a golden agef' and say no more.
Out on the gridiron, to the crescendo of 'Tenn-syl-van-I-A!,', the men of 325 had
conquered all their world and given us a stainless season. Rea McGraw was no longer the
mere idol of a class-he had transcended into the heights of football renown, and a true
Pennsylvania captain. "Ed,, lHcGinley had found the plenary might of All-American
tackle-the best tackle of his time, and one of the truest sportsmen. And there are all
the others we have cheered and loved and prayed to, when the ball was on the ten-yard
line-6'Ted', Fairchild, "Bill" Coleman, Clarke Craig, "Ain Papworth, "Jake,' Kauffman,
"Gene,, Flues, 'Edu Bennett, and Frank- Dewhirst. There could have been no prouder
manager in football than Eldon S. Chapman.
The Varsity soccer team had achieved another Championship, and the following
Seniors shared in that glory: Captain 'cBill" Lingelbach, "Jimi, Anderson, Russ Schuler,
"Norm" Pancoast, "Jimmie,' Downs, "Chris" Sensenig, Newlin Bailey, 6'Joe,' Brandschain,
and lVIacDonald. Lester Sharp managed the team.
The basketball team strode gaily through stern opposition, with "Bill', Kneass at the
head, 'iliinmyi' Carmack, former leader, "Billy,' lVIorris, "Benn Dessen, 6'Jackv Doyle,
Harvey Block, and "Sami, Kohn representing 325 as well as Manager Pancoast and his
able associate, J ones.
VVell might ,Q5 boast of her contributions to Pennsylvaniais track prestige when one's
mind counts over Capta.in Hill, our Intercollegiate Sprint Champion g "Ben,7 Owens and
Nelson Sherrill, two famed pole-vaulters, Elmer McLane, "Bill" Coleman, Ray Fisher,
hflanus lVIcHugh, and other lesser lights. nJim" Swarts was our able manager, assisted by
g'Bob,' Streeter. ,
Baseball saw an almost complete '25 team in the field. Captain "F,ddie,' Farrell,
"Eddien Allen, Henry Schuff, 'cChris" Sensenig, g'Jack" VVilliams, "GeneH Flues, Grant
VVestgate, and Rea lVIcGraw were members of this great Pennsylvania organization.
Rowing-the aristocrat of all-with Madison W. Pierce in the position of Maiiager,
and Hector NIacDonald holding the Captaincy, found a wealth of material in the Class.
'llacki' Doyle, Frank Hensel, "Gus,' Goetz, Johnson, "Bus', Beach, "Johnny,' Bergen,
c'Eddie,' Bennett, Don Swan, and many others pulled the Red and Blue blades of old Penn.
Our minor sport teams were largely selected from the ranks of '25, in fact, if we were
so vain, we might shudder with the very thought of their fortune when our men are gone. WVe
live and hope and pray that they may prosper when we are far away and cannot aid them.
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The story is long, and we are proud that it is. It cannot be completely told in a
chronicle which aims at some meed of brevity, if it is to be heard at all. The Class of ,Q5
does not have to reward with words those men who have carried her to fame, they have
other sweeter trophies of their conquests.
T he Penrnsylravzian alertly ,squired us through our four years, and under our regime the
veteran daily prospered, and added a Pictorial Section. The '25 men who led the Board
were: Editor-in-Chief. George VVarren Stephens, lVIanaging Editor, James IVI. Henderson,
News Editor, L. Everal Tennant g Column, R. K. Osborne 3 Pictorial Chairman, C. Edward
The Business Board was headed by Elwood F. Altmaier, with lNIurrel J. Ades handling
advertising, and Paul J. Schmidt, circulation.
VVe made merry with the Punch Bowlls Brewer, and congratulated him on winning the
College Wits, Competition Bowl. Elliot K. Gilroy was Editor-in-Chief, John E. lVIcGovern,
Jr., Managing Editor, and George G. Stevens, Art Editor. The exchequer was controlled
by Irvin Summers, C. E. Dagit was Advertising Manager, and Eugene Arnfeld, Circulation
The Red and Blue went rolling on under C. Edward Grafmueller, with D. Barlow Burke
as hlanaging Editor, Joseph VV. VValker as Business Manager, "Ben" Tepper, Advertising
lVIanager, and Milton Daus, Circulation Manager.
A 'fClass Record" more than worthy to recount our achievements comes forth, due to
the noble eHorts of Harry C. Temple, Editor-in-Chief, and his able assistant Harry VV.
Allers, Managing Editor. Darwin Uffer was Art Editor and Paul Tyroler, Pictorial Editor.
The financial folk were headed by Donald M. Swan, Business Manager, with NIorton R.
Herr, Circulation Manager, and Roger Clipp, Advertising Manager. I
The last "VVeek" of our career came all too soon. In all its splendor, Ivy WVeek presaged
the crowded festivities of the year's closing from afar. A smoker, the banquet, and sporting
events but led to the social aim of our four years. The ball may only have seemed the best
Ivy Ball there ever was-but it was a semblance which we still believe, even if we were the
parties of the first part. S. H. French marshalled the Committee, Charles Larkin saw that
Vlleightman Hall looked less like Weightman Hall than it ever has, and there sounded music
such as man has never heard. Laughter and lights and the rare wine of youth which can be
Harlequin and Villon and Xavier at once-then the Ivy
Ball flickered into the half-world of things which are
remembered sometimes about the fire in club-rooms, or in
construction shanties on the slopes of the Andes.
Crowding each other now, come the chords of the
prelude to our last J une, when the Class of '25 becomes of
age and stands among its Seniors, and these things are too
near for any Historian to balance.
The story has been liinned but poorly. The Class of
'25 came into being when the University yet resounded to
the last footfalls of the war, and our heritage was in some
part uncertainty and disruption. VVe have lived through
a time which has not only brought back concord and
surety, but places the Red and Blue upon the highway to
a new significance. We have participated, not dis-
creditably, in the formation of a defined and already
successful student government. The Undergraduate
Countil began its labors in our Freshman Year, and has
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come to its present highly representative and efficient form during our time, and under
the leadership of our men. The stadium and numerous other building achievements have
come during our stay. Athletics have changed policies and advanced to national promi-
nence, and the lwask and VVig grows stronger every year. The Endowment Campaign
has at last begun its great labor to broaden and fortify our resources. Truly, ,25 has
been privileged to move among great things, and lend its strength to Pennsylvania in a
fuller measure than many classes. '
VVe have finished. The hastening days in which we move with elan and color of campus
life, are the language of a very great farewell. Our stature has been molded these four
years in friendship and in loyalty, and we are better for it than we could perhaps have
made ourselves. The Class of '25 will have no other monument than that which Time
shall give us in a last fulfilment of the honor and the friendship and the memorable deeds
which we have lived together.
Tomorrow we go out, alone now, seeking the Grail of that fulfilment. And, somewhere
for each of us, it will be found, deep in some quiet valley, or upon the ringing heights which
front the world, or where men dream and bargain in the dusty market-placeasomewhere.
YVhen we have found it, then will the history of '25 be written in a nobler script and by
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The birds flew toward the sung
The northern wind with chilly blast
Blew from a sky of dun,
And we were born in Oetobery
Nineteen and twenty-one.
From far beyond the seven seas
Thy sons have gathered here
To seek the wisdom you impart
And garner of thy cheer,
For thy name is a friendly light
That all who know revere.
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The fruits of thy hard-earned fame
Have taught us how to live
And led us on with high resolve
Toward things contemplative.
Now that the time for parting comes
YVe,ll not forget thy name,
But go forth to the Waiting World
To glory in thy fameg
It shall be spread through hill and dale
VVith brightly burning flame.
Four times the trees have leavedg
The bees have left the hiveg
Four times the flowers of spring have bloomed
And all things are aliveg
Four years We've stayed, but go in J une,
Nineteen and twenty-ive.
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' -GEORGE BERNARD SHAXV
Listen, dear classmates, and you shall learn
Qf the future after you adjourn.
Ashes to ashes, clust to clust,
I may be wrong but mln God I trustf'
HE DAY of realization had at last dawned. It was in the year Q7 A. V. QAfter
Volsteadj-twenty years since it was Class Day. It seemed just yesterday that
someone was telling us that we had reached the final outposts of our college career
and now must face the sterner problems of life. A man who loved Alma lVIater was
speaking of loyalty and of our debt to Pennsylvania. The history was read and an apology
was oiered in recognition of the fact that a history could never in the real sense picture
the record of 'Q5.
But verily it was not yesterday, nor was it yesteryear, but rather twenty years ago.
The youthfulness of the occasion might be viewed with undue enthusiasm by anyone else
but myself. The Board of Governors of the 1925 Endowment Fund had announced that
the undergraduate fund had already matured and that formal ceremonies would mark the
transfer of that fund to the University. The slogan "T am loyall' had actually materialized.
To me the occasion was viewed with the thought of "Vent, Viclfl, Viet," because of my
membership on the Board of Governors. But I was more overawed with joy at the thought
that here was an ideal chance to meet once more my former colleagues. Sweet were the
memories of bygone college days. Regretful was the day of Commencement-the day
which plunged us into the struggles and turmoil of life.,
Knowing that many of you who were unable to attend this occasion desire to learn how
the "old boysl' are "facing the music,', I am glad of this opportunity to relate in a casual
way about those who had so long ago finished their carvings in marble and passed into
the realm of "Old Gradsf'
George Stevens and Barlow Burke are filibustering in the Senate for the purpose of
Hkilling' Senate Bill 144251 which proposes to carry out the fundamental principles of
birth control. They are doing this at the instigation of 'cBud', Chapman.
Those two worthy disciples of Dr. Hess, c'Bob', Woodruff and "Willie,, VVheeler, are
telling people the secret of longevity by selling them life insurance.
"Pete', Hiestergis the proud father of four altos and two Sopranos-a rather harmonious
seXtette according to "Ellsworth,' Clark.
"The VVeak but Deadlier Sexn is the caption of the thirteenth novel written by
gllimw lVIcVey is the manager of the Shubert Theatre and is taking care of the legal as
well as the moral side of the "Follies"
'llaken Kauffman is turning out winning elevens at Vassar College.
The "Three MLlSli3t6C1'S,,, c'Joe" VValker, c'Sam,, French and 'cBill,' Freyer, did not
look prosperous at the occasion but they claimed to be making lots of dough in "I-Ianki'
Schuff's bakery, in spite of the fact that the "Ivory Ball" is a memory.
Harry Allers is writing limericks for the Baltimore Sun. Wlitness the following limerick
about two popular classmen:
Bill and F rank, the Sullivan twins,
Who now are makers of violins,
, Look so alike,
Like M ike and Ike,
H ard to tell apart-like two pins.
A unique slogan has been adopted by "Bohn Bierley, "Lou,' Ingber, and "Cliffn Irwin
for their famous novelty dance orchestra-"'VVe Carry Our .Own Pianof, A
c'Booze', Brewington was recently elected lNIayor of lVIillville, N. J., without the use of
Fifth VVard politics. He is also a co-owner with "Joe', Hughes of an airplane route from
Philadelphia to lVIillville for the express benefit of "Ardent Youth."
George Hill is running the crooks out of Lansford at a fast pace, rivaling Butlerls
bandit chasers of many years ago. A '
It seems as though "Bob,, Osborn is sorry he did not graduate from the VVharton
School. c'Bob,' has to light the candle at both ends to make both ends meet.
"Lefty', Jarrell isin dire need of mortgage funds to finance his operations at Vllashington
and offers to mortgage the Capitol. He expects a real estate boom there in the near future.
"Norm,, Pancoast told me that Jarrell may be left-handed but he is always right.
In rendering decision in the matter of Harry Temple's eighth divorce, Judge Zehring has
decreed that he will have to pay his wife not alimony but all the money, thus sustaining
John Venman, counsel for defense.
'4Nels,' Sherrill and L'Ben,' Owen have patented a diminutive all-metal airplane and
it is currently reported that these machines will soon be produced in great numbers and
marketed at prices likely to put them within the reach of almost anyone who yearns to fly.
g'Lee,' Patton, who is heading a banking syndicate, claims that the project will
necessitate "high Hnancef'
Undoubtedly this will afford "Bill,, Coleman and 'iilimn Swarts the opportunity
of living a high life at low cost.
'cBen,' Rau is thinking what will happen when people take to the air to escape dry-law
enforcers or when they begin to fall into the streets while c'Bob7' Pilch is merely using
P. R. T., with 'cLes,, Sharp at the helm, has felt the keen competition of the Nloon Air
Passenger Service with the result that "Tom" Hodgson in charge of "Service Talksw has
begun an advertising campaign by placarding the trolleys with the following verse, bringing
to mind "Harold lVIore,, and "Eddie lVIoken.,,
Gflve a cheer for "Scotty" Noone,
Who never travels in a "lllo0rt,"
Fair from a freaky close to a slzeikg
He rides in trolleys seven days ct week.
Another uchip off the old blockf, "Bill', Lingelbach is Professor of History at Radcliffe
Htliml' Henderson was chosen Chairman of the Alumni Drive for 398,000,000 in re-
cognition of his work in the Undergraduate Endowment Campaign.
With the strategy of two of the best football brains in the country on the coaching
staff, Clark Craig and "lVluggsU lVTcGraw, Pennsylvania's football team has achieved
National fame as the 'gPeerless Eleven?
"Charlie,, Dagit and Gilackn Headly are building houses at the rate of one a day by
having the walls and floors made in the factory and then shipping them to the operation.
For diversion after the formal ceremonies, the following brain teaser was displayed and
solved by Grant Wlestgate.
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Senior Class President-now University Trustee.
Best Journalist on Campus and Class Historian-now
publisher of Chester Times.
Undergraduate Council-now prominent fight promoter.
Business Manager of "The Pennsylvanianu-still a
Spectacled ball player-now successor to Dr. Cariss.
Our contribution to Walter Can1p's All-American-now
Head- Coach of Pennsylvania's football team and
prominent local banker.
Phi Beta Kappa and Undergraduate Council-now first
Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania.
Midget of the football team CFrank Dewhirst describes
him as "the fellow who walks on his knee-s"j-now
with the "Follies.',
Junior Class Treasurer and Advertising lVIanager of
"The Pennsylvaniann-now President of the High
Sea Billboard Co.
Editor-in-Chief of 'fPuncl1 Bowl"-now sole owner of
"lVIack' Allen recited some of his latest poetry. The following verse brought a great
round of applause. P
Three long rays for Eddie Cox,
Small but clever as a fox,
On Franklin F ielclg in M ash anrl Wfig,
To tell the truth, heis really big.
"Ed,' Graimueller is in charge of the Spooning Bureau in Houston Club where the
students can get the names of girls who pet and those who donlt. This is not very romantic
but it saves a lot of time. '4Don,' Swan, Ed's assistant, says that when a Freshman goes
on a petting party with a co-ed, he has to turn in a report as soon as he gets back. It also
saves a Senior a lot of guess-work in case he ever takes her out. He carries the Freshman,s
report in his pocket so that he cannot make any mistakes.
As was expected, '4Eddie,' Farrell recently won the National chess championship
owing in no small measure to "EddieU Schissel's ability as a cheer leader. "Bill,, Kneass
was in charge of the tournament, 4
Because of the increased popularity of air passenger service, Madisoii Pierce, President
of the Camden Line, has raised the fare 'ga la lVTitten,', Some months later, Public Service
Commissioners Mitcliell, Wlilson, HBuck,, Summers, and "Jack', Gordon declared that
this was not fare.
c'Ben,, Tepper says that the latest scandal is contained in 'cMilt,' Nahmls latest
play, "The Foibles of Co-Edsv and Harrison Kildare,s latest play, 'gThe Foibles of
The repeal of GF6Sl131H,S Law was being promulgated by G'Bob', Streeter in Congress
after a consultation with his political boss, 'clilddiev Allen and his associate, McGuire,
but the matter was iinally dropped after a court decision, rendered by Judges lWcDonald,
Downs and Bennett, sitting en bane, declared the law unconstitutional.
g'Sheriff,' Kohn and "Jack', Doyle have attained an enviable reputation as authors of
mystery stories, even while at college. It was not generally known then because they have
always used the pseudonym HConan Doyle"-Kohn and Doyle.
Nly space being limited, I must of necessity close with the ,thought that three thousand
years ago, Esop said- -
Who seeks to please all men each way,
Anal not hi'rnseU' oj'encl,'
He may begin his work today,
But who knows when he'll end?
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VVe are gathered together to perform one simple last ceremony at the shrine of our
great love, before we are blown and scattered as the golden brown leaves of autumn by a
sweeping gust of wind-a ceremony symbolic of the completion of another cycle in the
Universityls life of serviceability and denoting the exodus of the Senior Class of 1925 from
her halls into the business and professional world that will soon absorb its members.
Rather than sad meditation at the parting of the ways, this occasion should be one
devoted to introspection and an anticipation of what the future holds in store. Our
experiences along the path we have thus far traveled we may look back on as a sermon
ever-present to motivate our actions.
These four years have brought to all of us abundant experience of mutuality in forming
judgments, which implies having onels most analytical thoughts criticised and refined.
As we turn from the life of giving to the life of getting, we realize that we have been
given a foundation for a focalized and concrete outlook that years and experiences must
still further develop. WVe, like the ivy, have been thus nurtured and developed to that
point where we may independently further our own existence, and where we have reached
an appreciable degree of serviceability to thought and achievement.
Now the ivy, as ourselves, is about to be transplanted into a new environment, with
its more complex problems and difficulties of existence. Its early training and careful
nurture will be tested by the degree of success in this adaptation, and consequent sur-
vivability. Ever growing, ever aspiring to greater heights, 'it becomes a sermon of beauty
and inspiration to future servants of Pennsylvania, growing and entwining its way about
these walls and about the hearts of those who testify to it as their symbol of devotion.
For every individual there is a Vocation of living, that he is here for a purpose or pur-
poses that he is to find and make his own, and that his education should help him find them
and appropriate them. This is a broad assumption, of course. One might organize a whole
philosophy of ethics, of religion, and of history around the concept of a man as such, and,
of course, the heart of any general philosophy is just here. Life is for something, and
education is for life.
As we step out into larger fields, let us then, as this ivy plant, cling to those things that
are best and finest in life as we grow upward and spread our tenets of contact-never losing
those spiritualities and loyalties that inspire our growth in the proper manner. VVithoi1t
these latter, growth is as the temporary flare of a weed, but the plant shrivels up and dies.
VVe, as educated men, must retain loyalties to -those important organizations of society,
such as one's family, one's country, one's university, one's church. VVe must retain those
spiritualities that are unseen. Edward Everett Haleis 'fMan without a Countryi' was
internally undeveloped, a victim of spiritual deprivation before the woes of his external
plight began. Our duty to Him who gives us life and being is a reverence and worship that
will justify our creation.
As spade breaks earth, then, may we as dynamic disciples of Pennsylvania, take a
silent and solemn pledge of lifelong loyalty, as a fire whose flame will ever burn bright and
never smoulder in the maze of other things that .will confront us. And may this ivy remain,
growing more beautiful in its solemn splendor and admired and revered by future genera-
tions as a symbol of devotion of the Class of 1925.
J mms M. HENDERsoN
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ISTORY and prophecy-our past and our futurek-have just been reviewed for us
Wie have heard our Ivy Orator, and our Class Ivy will henceforth mingle its leaves
with those of other classes, symbolic of the unity and the loyalty of Pennsylvania
men, be they graduates or undergraduates. To say farewell after four years of intimate
college associations arouses complicated emotions that are difficult to analyze. There are
regrets, and there is the pang of parting, but superior to these and stronger than they is
the pleasurable satisfaction of a college course successfully completed, and the consciousness
of the increased capacity and power our University life has brought us.
The history to which we have been listening bears eloquent testimony to the fact that
one of the most cherished possessions of our life will be the memories of college days. Not
that they have always been entirely pleasant or easy. Even now we recall that the process
of getting educated has had its painful sides, too. There have been failures and disap-
pointments. Like the broader life on which we are about to enter, life at college has had
its ups and downs. There have been hard knocks, stiff opposition, often temporary defeat,
though rarely without the hope of ultimate victory. What better evidence of this than
that we are here today, confident and full of hope for the future?
Most of us came to college ready for the work that lay ahead in the classroom and the
laboratory, but few, very few, I am sure, expected the inspiration we found there in the
teachers, the men whom we will always remember as the embodiment of this great Uni-
versity. VVe half suspected, but learned only with real experience, of the stimulus of
college contests and competition in the forum, and on the athletic Held, of the depth of
feeling and of loyalty engendered by the traditions and the stirring songs of Pennsylvania.
We have gathered knowledge, gained experience, made friends, and occasionally, at
least, caught a glimpse of the vision that comes to men aspiring to do bigger things. Not
only manhood but leadership has been in the making. The hard work, 'the discouragement
and occasional defeat, whether it was in the classroom or for the honor of the team and
Pennsylvania has served to harden the muscle, to stiffen the resolve. We have learned
that nothing is impossible to the man who makes up his mind.
. Through the multiplicity of experience in college life, increasing in intensity with each
year, we have learned to understand more clearly the real spirit of our University. We
have come to appreciate that liberal democracy which is characteristic of her and which
extends equality of opportunity to all without fear or favor. But we have also been shown
the reverse of the medal, the side that reminds us that benefits conferred and advantages
enjoyed also impose obligations. There we find the positive, the constructive element in
the Pennsylvania training. It reiiects the practical application of our university work in
everyday life. In its essence it is service, service of the highest types which in turn means
leadership. And this is the real spirit of Pennsylvania as it relates to her graduates-
leadership through service. Pennsylvania stands for service in every phase of its complex
and varied life. It appears in the industry and untiring devotion of her faculties, her fine
hospital staff, her administrators and trustees, and her alumni. Leadership based on
service has been the keynote of her policy from the days of Franklin, our founder, to our
own. And no university could set for herself a higher or more worthy purpose. The role
of leaders in state and National life is, in our day, assuming an importance greater than
ever before. VVith the tremendous advance in science and the amazing extension of man's
control over nature, eliminating space and time, statesmanlike lea.dership becomes an
imperative necessity. It was Cicero who said: "Such as are the leaders of the state, such
will be the statefii University men of the country are under permanent obligation to the
nation. To no other group is that superb phrase of the French, noblesse oblige, so applicable.
To us has been vouchsafed the training, the associations, and the ideals of this fine old
University. It will be our business to use them to the best advantage, remembering that
opportunities rarely come twice. They must be seized as they present themselves, and
this can only be done by constantly fostering the habit of thinking ahead and thinking
big on lifeis possibilities. Our coaches tell us that to aim at nothing is to hit nothing.
This holds true in life as in sport. Action that is worth while can only spring from thoughts
that are worth while. Ideals are the inspiration of all worthy achievements.
Only by the faithful observance of these, her' precepts, can we hope to repay the debt
that we owe our University. VVe can make our contribution to the uUniversity Fundug
we can be one hundred per cent loyal, but we really make the adequate return only if
we increase the ultimate standard of achievement of Pennsylvania men. And as we
separate to go our individual ways let it be with the will that there shall be no failures on
this score. Then this Class-Day will be a real commencement on the road to progress and
success for each one of us. We have been given the talisman-the key to success-and
we can now go out with confidence, to carry on in a wider field of activity.
Fellow classmates, in bidding farewell to Pennsylvaniais campus and its rich memories,
may I take the liberty to acknowledge again on your behalf our gratitude to the Uni-
versity and to pledge anew our devotion to the ideals of our Alma Matei'?
WILLIAM E. L1Nc1zLBAc11,JR.
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ABRAHAM ALLEN AARON
9207 Oakland St., Springheld, Mass.
Springfield Central High School.
RANDOLPH A. ABBOTT
520 E. Belgrade St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Whitney Engineering Society..
HOMER ACKERSTROM E A
1 Benefit Terrace, Worcestei', Mass.
W0l'C6St9T Commerce High School. H1925 Class
Recordl' Business Board: "Red and Blue" Business
Board C35 C4Dq Senior Week Ticket Committee ,093
Taylor Societyg Zelosophic Literary Society, Secretary
f4Jg German Club. Died April 7, 1925.
MURREL JULIAN ADES Z A M
1369 S. lst St., Louisville, Ky.
Louisville Male- High School. "The Pennsylvaniann
C2l CBJ, Advertising Manager C433 Assistant Business
Manager "Junior Annals?'g Treasurer Junior Classy
Sophomore Banquet Committeeg Chairman Freshman-
Sjciplgomore Love Feast QZJQ Kentucky Clubg DeMolay
EDWARD NICHOLS ADOURIAN E A
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Williamstown, N. J.
West Philadelphia High School. , Endowment Corn-
mittee Kfllg Christian Association Financial Committee
355 Taylor Society C33 f4j.
WALTER BOYD ALEXANDER '
209 E. 4th St., Media, Pa. .
Williamson Trade School 1
GEORGE MLERVIN ALLEMAN W l
40412 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. , I i
Wharton , '
Randolph-Macon Academy. Zelosophic Literary A ' ii
EDGAR CUNNINGHAM ALLEN A E CID
2201 Gaines St., Little Rock, Ark.
Little Rock High School. Friars- Senior Society: Base-
ball C15: Varsity Baseball C25 C35 C45: Varsity Club.
MALCOLNI BAILEY ALLEN K A
80 Spruce St., Portland, Me. ,
Portland High School. Class Poet.
HARRY WAIDNER ALLERS E A E
3903 Brookline Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Boys Latin School. Friars Senior Society. Managing
Editor 1925 Class Record.
GEORGE BOGGS ALLISON B e ri
925 Lock St., Tarentum, Pa.
Tarentum High School. Student Council, School of
Fine Arts C45: Architectural Society C35 C45.
SYDNEY K. ALLMAN, JR.
"Syd" KID E H, A X E
Wyncote Rd., Jenkintown, Pa.
Jenkintown High School. Hexagon Senior Society:
Alembic Senior Society: Golf Team, Captain C45:
"Pennsylvania Triangle," Circulation Manager C451
"Men about Towne" Club, Business Manager C45:
Musical Clubs C25 C35 C45:PresidentPriestley Society C45.
ELLWOOD F1ELD1NG ALTMAIER e A X
12 Owen Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
Lansdowne High School. Friars Senior Society: Frank-
lin Society, Secretary C45: Varsity Tennis Team' C35 C452
Assistant Business Manager "The Pennsylvaniann C15
C25 C35, Business Manager C45: "Junior Annals" Board
C35: Banquet Smoker, and Picture Committees C15:
Smoker Committee C25: Sophomore Prom Committee:
Junior Week C35 : Episcopalian Vice-President. -
FRANCIS EVANS AMBLER E A
MQ N. 2d St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Academy. Gym Team Squad C35.
JAMES MAIR ANDERSON A X P
210 E. Upsal St., Germantown, Pa..
Frankford High School. Soccer CID, Junior Varsity C2-J,
Varsity C35 143. Baseball Squad. Q3l, QLD. Varsity Club.
GERHARD O. ANGERMANN
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Central High School.
CHARLES LODGE A12-KER '
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41932 JN. Mervine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Northeast Club.: American
Institute of Electrical Engineers.
ALVIN FRANK APPEL A E H
1011 8th,St., East Las Vegas, N. Mex.
New Mexico Military Institute. Class Relay Team
i215 Rocky Mountain Clubg Taylor Society.
NATHAN APPLEMAN E A M
203 E. Sunset Drive, Tulsa, Okla.
'glilsija High School. Tennis Team Cljg Rocky Mountain
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HARRXDROBERT ARONIS fb B A
601 S. Warren St., Trenton, N. J.
Trenton High School. 'V '
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2102 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. V
EDWARD HAROLD BAER '
125 Lancaster Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Buffalo Hutchinson Central High School.
L. RAEFORD BAILEY, JR.
1320 Alameda Drive, Portland, Ore.
Jefferson High School. University Arizona C115 Uni-
versity Oregon K21. Rocky Mountain Club.
NICHOLAS NEWLIN BAILY
"Sam" Z XII, T B 11
124 W. Penn St., Germantown, Pa. I
Germantown Friends School. Hexagon Society: Fresh-
man Soccer Teamg Junior Varsity 'Soccer Team. C215
Varsity Soccer Team C31 C415 Engineers' Dance Com-
mitteeg Germantown Friends School Clubg Civil En-
gineering Societyg Compass and Chain Society C419
Varsity'Club C31 C41.
HARRY NORMAN BALL
6125 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. .
West Philadelphia High School.
GEORGE EDGAR BARBOUR
56 E. King St., Shippensbiug, Pa.
Shippensburg High School.
J. MCCLURE BARCHUS
Elk Lick, Pa.
Salisbury High School. Staunton Military Academy.
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16 Marchant St., Gloucester, Mass.
Gloucester High School.
FRANK J. BASTIAN, Jn.
110 E. Mahanoy Ave., Nlahanoy City, Pa. -
lX'1ahanoy'City High Schoolg Lehigh University.
PAUL BRADFORD BA'l".l'ERSBY . A E113
"Bat" 1 -,
4635 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. V
West Philadelphia High School.
ALEXANDER SINIPSON BAUER A X A
1426 Somerville Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Track Team C15 C251 Scrub Foot-
ball Team C353 Junior Varsity 645.
BRUCE CRESSWELL BEACH
"Keren HB66fh0U67l.H V"Batonsls.i"
4616 "D" St., Philadelphia, Pa. ,
Girard College. Swimming Squad C353 Honors in Music:
Conductor-University Symphony Orchestra: Musical
Clubg Girard Club.
RANSIPORD MASON BEACH 2? X
5052 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
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West Philadelphia High School. Crew Q15: Junior
Varsity C255 Varsity C3515 Championship 150-Ib. Crew
KQ5 C353 Varsity Club. ,
F. MILNOR BECHTEL, JR. K 23, B I'
5135 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Swinnning Team C125
C35 C455 Junior Banquet Commi'tte'eq Senior Endow-
ment Committee: Lacrosse Manager Cfij.
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HENRY HERMAN BECK E A II
24112 S. Orkney St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Varsity Wrestling
Squad my 443.
ROLAND J. BECNEL C11 A 'I'
St. Gabriel, La.
St. Gabriel High School.
EDGAR TVVEEDY BELDEN, JR. K A
7 Somerset St., Vilorcester, Mass. i
Englewood CN. JJ High School.
MAX L. BENDETT
69 Mechanic St., Norwich, Conn.
Norwich Free Academy. '
SABATO MORAIS BENDINER
469 Abbotsford Rd., Germantown, Pa.
Northeast High School. "Punch Bowl," Editorial
Board: Philomathean Society: Menorah Society, Vice-
President C4J: Northeast Club: President C-43: Dramatic
Club: University Forum.
EDWARD HAVEN BENNETT Z A E, E T
519 E. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Friars Senior Society: Hexagon
Senior Society, President: Football C23 CBJ 445: Crew
C22 G35 145: President, of Engineering Association.
STEPHEN MAURICE BENNETT
703 8th Ave., Belmar, N. J.
Asbury Park High School.
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LOUIS OSMOND BENOLIEL CID E II
347 S. Highland Ave., Merion, Pa. 3 '
4West Philadelphia High School, Cornell C33. Track
Squad C335 Track Team C439 Musical Club f33 C43g
Orchestra C33 C435 West Philadelphia High School Club.
E. MAX BEREN A E H
Parkersburg, W. Va. '
Parkersburg High Schoolg University of Illinois C13.
"Junior Annals" 1335 Editorial Board "Red and Blue"
C33 143, Picture Committee K43.
1119 Caledonia St., Butte, Mont.
Rocky Mountain Club, Secretary C333 Assistant
Manager Golf Team K33.
JACK MANUEL BERKOWITZ K KIXK
"Berk" . , -3' ' 'fl
808' W. Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Southern High School. Wrestling Squad: Education
Clubg Menorah Societyg University Forum.
G. WILLIAM BERNTHEISEL
"Berniei' V ,
1229 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia,.Pap
Girard- College. Girard Club, Vice-President.
ISADORE SHARON BIGG C15 B A
'fDort" -"Shania" '
512 Brinker Ave., Latrobe, Pa. '
Latrobe High School.
JOSEPH HYMAN BINDER 41 B' A
"Big Six" "Chief" "Joe" .
'771 E. 102nd St., Cleveland, Ohio
WARREN T. BLEASE
268 Washington St., Hartford, Conn.
Hartford High School. Band CD CZD.
ARTHUR BOYD BLIN N
33 Tuscan Rd., Maplewood, N. J.
East Orange High School. Naturalists Field Club:
German Club C4D. '
HARVEY TEMPLE BLOCK II K A
"Ho,r1f' ' '
58 Brantford Pl., Buffalo, N. Y.
Hutchinson Central High School. Freshman Basket-
ball Team: Varsity Basketball Q35 C455 Varsity Club,
Christian Association Committees. .
EDWARD THEODORE. BLOOMBERG
18 Addison St., Gloucester, Mass.
Gloucester High School. '
BURTON KUNKLE BLOSS K E
121 E. fltliilhve., Roselle, N. J.
Roselle High School,
HARRY BLUMBERG dv B A
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14117 Washington St., Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston High School. Freshman-Sophomore Love
Feast Committee C235 Mountaineers Club.
WINFJIELD EPHRAIM. BOGARDUS
"Tick" 9 II A
405 S. 4th St., Fulton, N. Y.
Fulton High School. Colgate University 635.
JAMES CHARLES BOHAN, JR.
5 YV. 91st St., New York, N. Y.
DeWitt Clinton High School. Vigilance Committee:
Mask and Wig Shows: "That's That" C35, "Joan of
OSWALD LEE BONNEY, JR. E Liv E
718 VV. Princess Anne Rd., Norfolk, V a.
Maury High School. Freshman, Sophomore, Junior
EDWARD RUSSELL BONSALL 9 X
121 Melrose Ave., Wvestmont, N. J.
West Philadelphia High School. Cross-Country Squad
C15 C25 C35 C455 Track Squad C15 C25 C45g West Phila-
delphia High School Clubg University Settlement
House C35 C45,
THOMAS FUSSELL BOON A 2 4:
215 Green Lane, Manyunk, Philadelphia, Pa.
William Penn Charter School. "Punch Bowl" Editorial
Board C35 C45. .
JAMES HECTOR BORBIDGE
5910 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. West Philadelphia
Club: Newman Club, C'est la Guerre Club,
ADRIAN VICTOR HARALD BORCHERS
"Adi" A X A
7018 Greene St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
Germantown Academy. Vice-President Engineering
Association: Whitney Society.
WILLIAM FRANK BOWER, JB. 9 E, 'I' E A
99 Carnegie Ave., East Orange, N. J.
East Orange High School. Architectural Society C35
C45, Treasurer C453 Varsity Rifle Squad C255 Art Asso-
ciate "Class Record" C453 Class Treasurer C353 Student
Council C353 President Student Body Association.
iigchitectural Department C453 Frank Miles Day Prize
LESLIE JOHN BOWLER A Z if
49 Ohio St., Bangor, Maine
Bangor High School.
RAYMOND T. BOWMAN E A
1627 S. 56th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. West Philadelphia
High School Club.
DANIEL R. BOWSER
New Bethlehem High School.
FRANK NI. BRADIGAN
232 W. Oak St., Shenandoah, Pa.
Shenandoah High School,
STANLEY FULLER BRADING 23 X
"Tank" "Stan" "llIol'
213 E. Unaka Ave., Johnson City, Tenn.
Johnson City High School.
FORREST WILBUR BRAINERD
217 High St., Bristol, Conn.
Germantown High School. "Men about Towne" Club:
Priestley Clubg Lions Club: University Band C21 C33 141.
JOHN GRIST BRAINERD H K N
3623 N. 15th St., Philadelphia., Pa.
Northeast High School.
421 Grange Ave., Philadelphia., Pa.
Northeast High School. Soccer C155 Junior Varsity
Soccer C255 Varsity Soccer C35 C45 5 Varsity Club5 North-
east High School Club, Treasurer C45.
I-IERMAN M. BRASOF
552 E. Wyoming Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School.
"Steve" ' f
500 N. 61st St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Soccer C35 C455 Civil
Engineering Society5 American Society of Civil
MARION VERNON BREWINGTON, JR.
"Booze" "JcLck,' B 9 II, B I' E
104 Isabella St., West Salisbury, Md.
Tome School: Gilman Country School. Swimming
Squad C155 Wharton Association Dues Committee C155
Smoker Committee C155 Chairman Executive Com-
mittee C255 Vigilance Committee C255 Junior Prom
Committee C355 President Wharton Association C455
Endowment Drive C45, Ivy Week Committee, C455
Banquet Committee C25.
HOWARD K. BRIDGES
442 N. Wabash St., Wabash, Ind.
Wabash High School.
ALLEN MARCUS BRODY
"Zeke" "Steveif "Al"
4809 Grand Ave., Des Moines, 'Iowa Q
North Des Moines High School. Christian Association
gcgmmittee C35-5 Iowa -C1ub5 Dormitory Representative
JOHN GILMARY BROSNAN A II E
524 Vine St., Scranton, Pa.
Boxing Squad5 Spring Regatta Crew C35.
BLANTON J. BROWN K A C11
"Brownie" "Jaden "BeJ ay Bee" '
814 Napier Ave., Macon, Ga.
Waycross High School.
HARRY WILLIAM BROWN CIP E K
665 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn.
Hotchkiss School. Hockey Squad C353 Sophomore Dues
Committee C25 Q 'Smoker Committee C255 Junior Picture
Committee C355 Mask and Wig Club C453 Mask and
Wig Show Glee Chorus C15 C25 C35, Glee Club' C25 C353
Instrumental Club C25.
457 Washington Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va..
ROBERT FRANKLIN BROWN
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2835 N. 20th St., Philadelphia, Pa..
Northeast High Sehool. Scabbard and Blade.
WARREN AUGUST BROWN
87' N. State St., Concord, N., H.
Frankford High School. Whitney Engineering Society.
JAMES EDWARD BRUCKLACHER K A 111
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Harrison Valley High School. Lycoming County Club,
LOUIS FRANCIS BRUNER
Vincennes High School, C'est la. Guerre Club, Vice-
President C353 Newman Club.
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862 Hoffman St., Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira High School. Captain Freshman Debating
Team C155 Varsity Debating Team C25 C353 Assistant
Manager Gym Team C35, Manager C455 Junior Banquet
Committee: Band C1-5, Instrumental Club C25 C35.
JOSEPH ROBERT BUFFLER
19 E. Cedar Ave., Merchantville, N. J.
- ' Architecture
Germantown High School. Baseball Team C15.
YVALTER C. BULLOCK
Bangor High School. Junior Varsity Football C25.
DANIEL BARLOW BURKE Z A
"Dan" HD. BY'
4610 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pan
West Philadelphia High School. Franklin Society C459
Debating Team C15g "Red and Blue" Board C15 C25 C35,
Managing Editor C459 Freshman Handbook C255 Chair-
man Undergraduate Endowment Campaign C45q Junior
Publicity Coznmitteeg Christian Association Committee
C15 C25 C353 Class Dues Committee C255 Presbyterian
Student Committee C25 C353 Senior Picture Committee
C45, Zelosophic Society, President C453 West Philadel-
phia High School Club, Secretary C35: University
Dramatic Club C15.
FRANKLIN C. BURK, QD A E fb
4545 Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Swimming C15 C253 Crew
C253 Engineering Dance Committee C351 Engineers'
Council C453 Whitney Society.
JOSEPH D. BURKE
2547 E. Clearfield St., Philadelphia, Pa.-
St. Joseph's Preparatory School. Endowment Fund
Committee C453 "Lien about Towne" Club C35 C455
Whitney Society C15 C25 C35 C455 Engineering Associa-
tiong Engineersl Show C355 Newman Club Show C35.
LAWRENCE BURKHARDT, JR.
Q1 High St., 5Voodbury, N. J.
Woodbury High School. Treasurer Woodbury High
School Clubg Band C15 C25 C35 C45.
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GEORgL5.VY. BURROUGHS fb A 2, CID B K
1634 Broadway, Camden, N. J.
Camden High School. President Cmuclen Club C33.
FRANK A. BUSHEK
Knights Rd., Torresdale, Pa.
Frankford High School. Frankford Club.
RALPH COX BUSSER, JR.
Kesmelclon, Thorn Park Rd., Mannamead,
Plymouth, England College
Kings School, Chester, England. Philomathean
"Garret Gazette" C33, Editor-in-Chief C435 Interna-
tional Students' Committee C337 George Schleicher
Prize for German C233 Philomathean Society, Treasurer
C235 Freshman Bowl Orator C133 Debate Team C23 C335
Chinese-American Forum C333 Cercle Francais C13 C23,
Treasurer C33, President C433 German Club, President
C23, Librarian C33, President C43, L'Acac1emie Cosmo-
polite, Treasurer C43.
ARTHUR CLYDE BUTERBAUGH rf r
710 Wieldon St., Latrobe, Pa.
Latrobe High School. Mask and Wig Club: Mask and
VVig Chorus C23 C33 C43.
GEORGE HENRY BUTERBAUGH if T
710 Weldon St., Latrobe, Pa.
Latrobe High School. Architectural Societyg 1925
"Class Record" Board: Student Council C43.
THOMAS BUTTERWORTH 4: B K, qw A 2
1003 VV. 7th St., Chester, Pa.
Chester High School.
GEORGE WESLEY CABLE
New Castle, Del.
Penn's Grove High School. Priestley Club.
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JULIUS CADES -
16 South ConnecticutAAve., Atlantic City, N. J.
Philadelphia Central High School. Sophomore honors.
Instrumental Club C153 Band C35 C45.
NORMAN FREDERICK CALDWELL
"Red" ' Z B T
Tiptonville, Tenn. ,
Culver Military Academy. Freshman Cooperative
Committee C153 Dues Committee C153 Prom Ticket
Committee C357 Endowment Fund Committee C455
WILLIAM EMMETT CAREY
West Philadelphia 'Catholic High School. Newman
Club: Endowment Committee C45.
FREDERICK CASCIATO . KID M E
551 Marlyn Rd., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Varsity, Chess Team
C15 C25 C35, Captain C455 Chess Club C15 C25 C35 C453
CLARENCE R. CASE A 113 E
21 Linderman Ave., Kingston, N. Y. Q
Kingston High School. Junior Week Committee:
Christian Association Committeeg Ivy Week Committee
LAAP KONG CHAN
Kin-Tai-Loong-Hong, Bonham St. West, Hong
Kong, China Wharton
Canton Christian College. Chinese Students Clubg
Chinese Students Banking Club.
ELDON SEELY CHAPMAN if 'I'
109 Horner St., Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira Academy. Sphinx Senior Society: Football
Manager C45g Undergraduate lvlask and Wig Club C35
C459 Board of Governors C453 Dancing'Chorus "Mask
aid Wig" C355 Varsity Clubg Joan of Arkansas Chorus
ELMER BURTON CHRISTIE 112 B K
"Chris" "Parson" A
4003 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Palmyra High School.
HARRY WILLIAMS CLARKE, JR.. 'IJ A 9
169 Proctor Blvd., Utica., N. Y.
ROGER WILLIAM CLIPP
112 Broadway, Hagerstown, Md.
Hagerstown High School. Advertising Manager 1925
RICHARD SAMUEL CLOVER
1605 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Scabbarcl and Bladeg Uni-
versity Band CZD C319 Northeast High School Club.
SAMUEL COHEN - T E CIP
Punxsutawney, Pa. ,
EDWIN DITMAR COLE 2 dv E
40 Faneuil St., New Rochelle, N. Y.
YVILLIAM THOMAS COLEMAN XII T
458 W. lst St., Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira Academy. Sphinx Senior Societyg Football C23
C35 C455 Track C25 C31 C455 Pennsylvania Record Discus
Throw: Mask and Wig Undergraduate Club: Mask and
Wig C13 C33 C43-
EDWARD LIVINGSTON COMPTON
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Mauricetown, N. J. 1
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Port Norris High School. '
GEORGE STARK COMPTON
103 Atwater St., New Haven, Conn.
New Haven High School. C'est la Guerre,Club.
JEWELL HOWARD COOK 9 'E
734 Taylor St., N. W., Washington, D. -C.
Washington Business High School: Emerson Institute.
"Punch Bowl" Board C23 C33 C435 Sophomore Prom
Cornmitteeg Capital' City Club.
RICHARD WILSON COOK B 6 II
65' IVhittlesey Ave., East Orange, N. J.
East Orange High School. Towne Scientific Football
Team C433 Dormitory Representative C135 Freshman
Member Dormitory Executive Committeeg American
Society of Civil Engineers.
ELIAS JOSEPH CORNER. ' K N
317 S. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
VVilkes-Barre High School. Luzerne County Club,
Secretary C333 Band C33 C433 Musical Clubs C33 C439 C.
A. Drive C433 Luzerne County Club President C43.
JOHN BAIN CORRIN, JR. E H
1341 Singer Pl., Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Wilkinsburg High School. Assistant Manager Sym-
phony Orchestra C33.
CHARLES EDWIN CORT A X A
Clifton St., New Haven, Conn. -
New Haven High School: Butler Preparaitory School.
C'est la Guerre Club: Nutmeg Club.'
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JOHN ANDREW COVVAN K 'iv K
"Jolmny"- . Q .
32 Cedar St., Bridgeton, N. J.
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Bridgeton 'High School. University Debating Team
C453 Education Clubg Philomathean Society C25 C35
EDWIN ROWLAND COX, JR. 9 X
K'Edll'irf' "Sunshine" "Sm'iles',
Q3-18 Reed St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Southern High School. Friars Senior Societyg Under-
graduate Mask and Wig Club C25 C35, Chairman C455
Kite and Key Society C453 Cheer Leader C35, Head
Cheer Leader C459 Vaudeville Troupe Kite and Key
Society C35 C45g Song Leader C25g Mask and Wig Show
CU C25 C37 C45-
CHARLES FRANCIS CRONIN . K A YD
"M'ilce"' ' '
514 N. Center St., Corry, Pa.
Hyde Park High Schoolg C01-ry High School. Scrub
Football C255 Newman Club: Erie County Club.
ARTHUR THONIASCULLEN K A LIP
77 Westminster St., Springield, lVIass.
School of Commerce. Glee Clubi C'est la Guerre
CHARLES SAMSON CULLMAN '
800 YV. Thompson St., Philadelphia, Pa. 5
Central High School. Track Team: Cross Country
Team: Der Deutsche Verein. 5
JAMES JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM A X11
l537 Orerington St., Frankford, Pa.. 1 1
Frankford High School. Veterinary Medical Society.
CLELLAN DELOS CURTIS AE fir
Kicflellf! GCTuTp!5 Klaurth
Johnson St., Richfield Springs, N. Y .
Richfield Springs High School. Banquet Committee
C159 President Wedge Advertising Club C455 Glee Club
C15 C25 C35 C455 Band C15 C25 C35 C453 Mask and Wig C35
C455 Symphony Orchestra C353 Instrumental Club C15 C25
CHARLES EDWARD DAGIT E-112 E
5 "Charley, .
4527 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Sphinx
Senior Societyg "Punch Bowl" Board CD C25 C3D, Ad-
vertising Manager C4J5 "Class Record" Board5 Under-
graduate Council C4J 5 West Catholic High School Club,
Vice-President C3D, Secretary C435 Mask and Wig Show
C25 C35 5 Franklin Society.
LENNOX DANIELSON- A T A
Litchfield High School. Swimming Team C2j C35 C4j.
MILTON THEODORE DAUS fb 2 A
766 S. Irvine Ave., Sharon, Pa.
Sharon High School. "Red and Blue" Board CID C25
C3D, Circulation Manager C455 Cooperative Committee
CD5 Class Historian. C215 Junior Prom Committee C335
Endowment Committee C4D.
EDWARD JAMES DAVIS
2021 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Lions' Club5 Priestley Club.
JOSEPH LAWRENCE DAVIS 9 'E
20 Dudley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
Central High School. Editorial Board, "The Pennsyl-
vanian"5 Kite and Key Society.
WILLIAM KASE DAVIS, JR.
312 Honey Moon St., Danville, Pa.
V Fine Arts
Danville High School.
WILLIAM JOHN DAW ' CID A E, rib B K
14 Manhattan St., Ashley, Pa. A
East Stroudsburg Normal School. William Pepper
Medical Society5 Philomathean Societyg Naturalists'
Field Club5 Luzerne County Club. 4
LYELL C. DAWES A CID 2
700 N. Holden St., Warrensburg, Mo.
C'est la. Guerre Club.
WILLIAM HERBERT DEALE, JR. K A fb
112 Fire Island Ave., Babylon, N. Y.
Babylon High School.
EDWIN JOHN DE BEER 2 IE, T B H
1254 N. 28th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Chemistry, Towne Scientific School
Central High School. Priestley Chemical Club.
EDWARD S. DEEMER
3803 N. Darien St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School.
GUY DE FURIA A fb AN, IP B K
4127 W. 3d St., Chester, Pa. '
Chester 'High School. Secretary Chester Club C33 C459
President Circolo Italiano 145.
RICHARD JOSEPH DELONG, QD T B H
6544 Woodstock St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Whitney Engineering
VICTOR EUGENE DEMERS K E
' CQV' 79
400 Wurtetlje St., Montreal, Can.
Montreal High School. Wrestling Team KID CZJ.
ARTHUR EDWARD DENNIS lib A
186 Essex St., Bangor, Me.
Bangor High School.
EDWARD COOK DENNY K A fb
Sardinia, N. Y.
Griffith Institute. Christian Association Committee
C119 Zelosophic Societyg ,Glee Club C21 C31 C413 Taylor
Society C315 Settlement Work C11. '
FRANK RUSSELL DEWHIRST '
9 A X, 119 K B
63 Washington St., South Groveland, Wlass.
Irving School. Friars Senior Society: Football Team
C11 C21 C31 C41, Captain C119 Sophomore Vigilance Com-
mitteeg Vice-President Junior Classy Steering Com-
RUSSELL VAN ASLEN DIEVLER
7704 Union Ave., Elkins Park, Pa.
Germantown High School. Germantown High School
Clubg Spanish Club: University Forum.
GEORGE ANDREW' DOBOSH .
"De Bash" .
Catawissa St., Nesqrlelioningl Pa.
V I College
Munch Chunk Township High School. -
MANNING WADSWORTH DODSON
28 Park Pl., Kingston, Pa. .
V Mechanical Engineering
Wyoming Seminary. Scabbard and Blade: Rifle Team
C41 : C'est la Guerra Club. b
CARL RICHARD DOLIVIETSCH 2 411 E
"Dutch', HB67l,8Cl7:CIf,, "D0lly"
Hamlin, Pa. i
Towne Scientific 'School
Honesdale High School. Hexagon Senior Society:
A-lembic Chemical Senior Societyg "Towne Scientific
School Journal" C219 K'Pennsylvania Triangle" C31 C4,1,
Managing Editor C31 C413 Cane' Committee, Junior
Week: Priestley Chemical Society, Treasurer, C414
"Men about Towne" Club, Manager C413 Der Deutsche
Verein: Priestley Club Show C11 C317 "Men about
Towne" Show C21 C41.
GREENEJZHRY WVILLIAM DONOVAN, Jn.
6209 lllarsden St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Frankford High School. Civil Engineering Society:
American Society of Civil Engineers: Engineers' Show
C33 C435 "Men about Towne" Club.
JOHN M. DOUGLAS B 9 I1
2808 Frid Blvd., St. Joseph, Nlo.
JACK ALBERT DOWNING A 111 E
Sea Cliff, N. Y.
Sea CHE High School.
JAMES R. WOOD DOWNS A XII
5916 Greene St., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown Friends School. Friars Senior Society:
Varsity Soccer Team C33 C435 President Germantown
Friends School Club.
JOHN JOSEPH DOYLE K E, Kb K B
506 N. 341th St., Philadelphia, Pa. i
West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Friars
Senior Societyg Basketball C13, Junior Varsity C23 C33
C435 Crew C13, Varsity C23 C33 C435 Dues Committee C135
Banquet Committee C235 Cane Committee C333 West
Catholic High Club, President C33 C435 Varsity Club.
DANIEL RICHARD DRAKE
223 Elm St., Edgewood, Pa. I
Edgewood High School.
GEORGE CAMERON DROHAN B 9 II
106 Park Ave.,"Schenectady, N. Y.
ERNEST ALFRED DUMAS
114 Liberty A-ve., Atlantic City, N. QI.
, Civil Engineering
Atlantic City High School. American Society of Civil
LEWIS K. DWORKIN
2228 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Southern High School. Undergraduate Endowment
Committee C43g 'Picture Committee. C439 Luncheon
Committee C433 Taylor Society: Menorah Society:
University Band C33 C431 University Orchestra C43:
Senior Prophetg Permanent Board of Governors -1925 .
ROBERT JOHN IDWYER'
ccB05rs - i
228 Main St., Manchester, Conn. - - - -
Wharton ' 1 .
Scgubh Manchester High Schoolg Boston University C13
JAMES PEARSALL EARP A X A
Drew Forest, Madison, N. J.
Madison High School. "Men about Towne" Club:
Zglitney Engineering Societyq University Band C23 C33
HENRY DAVID EBN ER
Glassboro, N. J.
b .College , ' X
Glassboro High School. Zelosophic Society. N
SHELDON FRANCIS ECKFELD
'iEck" u V
271 Hudson Ave.,-Newark, h
Newark High School. Glee Club C13 'C33 C439 Mask and
Wig Show C13 C33 C43.
NATHAN L. EDELSTEIN
1023 Wingohocking St., Philadelphia, Pa. V
' ' Wharton , V '
South Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society ' '
University Orchestra C23. ' '
1740 South St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Priestley Club.
HAROLD NELSON EKVAL
Q42 Apsley St., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown -High School. American Institute of
Electrical Engineers: Engineers' Orchestra Conductor.
HERMAN MANUEL ELLIS
2227 N. 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
Central High School. Menorah Society.
REUBEN EMBER A E II
3305 Elgin Ave., Baltimore,'Md.
Baltimore City- College. Banquet Committee, CBJ: En-
dowment Committee C4Jg Luncheon Committee C425
Taylor Society: Baltimore Club.
JOHN WILFRED EMLING T B II, H K N
415 W. 10th St., Erie, Pa.
Erie Central High School. Coxswain 150.-pound Varsity
Crew C35 il Class Crews C23 C35 : "Pennsylvania Triangle,"
Editorial Board: Moore Honor Scholarship C453 Zel-
'osophic Society: American Institute ' of Electrical
Engineers, Secretary C4D: Varsity Club: "Men about
Towne" Cliib. ' ' 'I .
CHARLES HENRY EMMERLING A K E
"Charl'ie', "Chick" "Chuck"
425 Pacific Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. f
Peabody High School. Hockey Team C25 CBJ. .
JOHN NIORTON ENTWISLE
'fJolmny' ' , , '
420 Lyceiim Ave., Roxborough, Pa.
Germantown High School. .Class Banquet. Committee
C375 Whitney Engineering Society. V
JOSEPH ANTHONY LOUIS ERRIGO
A. I. DuPont, School. Department Football GU: Asso-
ciate Editor "Newman Quarterly" C25 3 Circolo Italiano:
University Forum: Newman Club.
HAROLD B. EVANS
2Q7.Chestnut St., VVatertown, N. Y.
Watertown High School.
JAMES KING EVANS
"Jim" A . A
6310 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
I, , ' Wlharton
Peabody High School. Glee Club C359 Taylor Society.
JOHN CLARENCE EVANS A
422 Bartlett Ave., Ridley Park, Pa.
- i Wharton
Commander C'est la Guerre Club C21
flake" . I ,
10Q0,E. Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa.
si ' Electrical Engineering
Northeast High School. American Institute of Elec-
tgrgcal Engineers: Class Baseball CED: Class Football C35
JAMES STAR ,FARNUM , -an K 2
101 VV. Gravers Lane, Chestnut Hill,
n Philadelphia., Pa. A ' -College
Chestnut Hill Academy: HF-Bar Ranch School,
Wyoming Freshman Fencing Team CU.
FREDERICK REEVES FARROW, JR. A
2842 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
i ' ' ' . Mechanical Engineering
Central High School.
JOHN HENRY FATZ
4939 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Class Football C35 C4Jg Amer-
ican Institute Electrical Engineers C4J.
ROBERT RUSSELL FAY X A A
2502 Eld Ave., Altoona, Pa. '
Altoona High School. International Students' House
Committee C475 Senior Luncheon Ticket Committee C4j.
HARVEY LEWIS FELL A XL'
"Ha7'v,' "Riding Blaster"
1025 N. Clayton St., Wilmington, Del.
Wiliningtoil High Schoolg University of Delaware.
Veterinary Medical Society. E
MORGAN WHITTLESEY FELT
"IVIorg" "Felty,' ,
39 Curtiss St., New Britain, Conn.
New Britain High School. Cricket Team C315 Assistant
Manager Ice Hockey Team C35 Q' Taylor Society.
JOSEPH VINCENT FERDINAVND
816 Carbon, Freeland, Pa.
Mining and Mechanical Institute. Class Football C455
g1reyvtC3J C413 Baseball C23 C35 C4jgWhitney Engineering
ocie y. -
NELSON LATSHAVV FERGUSON
133 Laurel Ave., Ben Avon, Pa.
Ben Avon High School: University of Pittsburgh.
JOHN WILLARD FERREE B 9 II
1213 VV. 3d St., Marion, Ind. '
Marion High School: Wabash College. Hoosier Club.
A il, E ir'
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STANLEY BOUTELLE FESSENDEN XII T
Harvard Military School.
486 Nirnick St., Sharon, Pa.
Sharon High School. Freshman Cooperative Com-
mittee C135 Junior Banquet Committee C335 Senior En-
dowment Committee C435 House Representative C43
Secretary, Dormitory Executive Committee C43.
GERALD PAYNE FINCKE A XII
Moreland Ave., Hatboro, Pa. V
Hatboro High School., Veterinary Medical Society,
R. SMEDLEY FIRTH
"Smead" , .
3227 Wharton St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Southern High School. Class Crew C23 C33 C435 Class
Football C335 Class Basketball C335 Civil Engineering
Society, Treasurer C33, Entertainment Committee C13
MICHAEL W. FISCH
5700 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Crew C13 C23 C33 C435 Dues
Committee C135 Cheer Leader C135 Northeast High
School Club: Newman Club. ,
WILLIAMZ ALLEN FISH
HBE fi I
88 Clinton St., Salamanca, N. Y.
Salamanca High School. Crew C13 C235 Ivy Ball Com-
ALVIN H. FISHER . E E
Q01 Blair Ave., Reading, Pa. I A
' ' ' ' Fine Arts
Reading High School. . . . , .
V , - 3 U' -.r.
J. RAYMOND FISHER K A KID
100 S. 8th St., Newark, N. J. -
gcghgjgl. Cross Country C11 C21 C311 C417
JACOB FITELSON -
2336 S. Mildred St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Priestley Chemical
Society, Engineering Society.
HERBERT WILLIAM FITZROY, JR. 111 B K
4355 Lauriston St., Roxborough, Pa.
Germantown High Schobl. Lacrosse Team C115 Manag-
ing Editor "Junto" C41g Philornathean Society: Uni-
versity Forum: Rlxymers Club: Germantown High
School Club, Classics Club, Vice-President Y. M. C. A.
CHARLES E. FLAXMAN
6901 Oxford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.. ,
South Philadelphia High School. Veterinary Medical
ERHARD JOSEPH FLEISCHMANN
'gDutch,' "Fleisch" ' T B II
6926 E. Woodlawn Ave., Philadelphia, Pa..
Roman 'Catholic High School. Compass and Chain
Society, Secretary C415 American Society oi Civil
Engineers, Vice-President C413 Roman Catholic High
School Club, Vice-President C415 Engineers' Student
Council, Secretary C419 "Men about Towne" Club C41.
VERNON FREE FLEMING
947 Hepburn St., VVilliamsport, Pa. A
- ' College
Williamsport High School. V '
CLYDE ARTHUR FLORO'
Van Meter, Pa. , -
Conncllsville High'Scl1ool9 Augusta Military Academy,
Fort Defiance, Va. Football Squad 'U-P C212 JUYH01'
Varsity Football C413 ChesS4Club C31. '
EUGENE MANNING FLUES
"Garten 'II T, 415 K B
2130 Scootwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio
Lake Forrest Academyg Scott High School. Friars
Senior Societyg Football C11 C21 C31 C415 Baseball C11 C21
C31 C413 Freshman Penniman Bowl Committeeg Ohio
Club: Varsity Club.
JOSEPH MICKLE FOX, JR. .X 111
Torresdale, Philadelphia, Pa.
Episcopal Academy. Swimming Team C21 C31.
CLARENCE ADOLPH FRANKENBURG
"Frankie" 9 E
2045 Chestnut St., Harrisburg, Pa. '
Harrisburg Tech. '
CARROLL HARVEY FRANTZ
Newtown 'High School.
HERMAN MERRICK FRANTZ
Newton, Pa. -
West Chester Normal.
ALBERT H. FRENCH A X E
303 Levering Mill Rd., Cynwyd, Pa. .2 A
Lower Merion High School. Priestley Club.
SAMUEL HOOKER FRENCH K Z
Bowen Ave., Woodstown, N. J:
Woodstown High School. Sphinx Senior Society:
Assistant Business Manager "Pennsylvanian" C21 C31,
Associate Business Manager C415 Sophomore Vigilance
Committee: Sophomore Treasurerg General Chairman
of Junior Week: ,Undergraduate Councilg, President,
Interfraternity Council C413 Chairman Ivfy Ball C415
Council on Welfare and Student Activities.
WILLIAM NORMANN FREY ER
"Bill" 2 X, B T 2
S767 115th St., Richmond Hill, Long Island
Richmond Hill High School. Chairman Picture Com-
mittee C23: Chairman Banquet Tickets C335 Advisory
Board Endowment Drive C43g General Chairman Ivy
Week: Undergraduate Council Treasurer.
11 5 Union St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
Punxsutawncy High School.
EDWARD LEE FRIEDMAN 111 B A
2102 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, Va.
Newport News High School.
Sayanomotomachi, Saga, Japan
Saga High School. Kiskiminetas Springs School.
ROBERT HUNTINGTON GABRIELIAN
I I J
4038 Powellton' Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia-High School. Glee Club C23 C33 C433
Quartet C23 C33 C439 Scales Society,
JOHN ROBERT GAILEY
New Park, Pa.
York High School.
HERBERT H. GALINSKY
425 Columbia St., Utica, N. Y.
Utica Free Academy.
RICHARD J. GALLAGHER
7607 Parkview Rd., Highland Park, Pa.
J oseph's Preparatory School. Swimming Squad C11
EDWARD GALLNER 2 T CIP
17 New St., Bridgeton, N. J.
Bridgetou High School. Prom 'Committee C315 Re-
freshments Committeeg Education Societyg Jewish
ROBERT' T. HOUSTON GARDNER
"Bob,' "Bull Frogs"
239 Brookdale Ave., Glenside, Pa.
Cheltingham High School. Band C11 C21 C31 C41.
EDWARD GARFINKEL KID B A
4 S. Surrey Pl., Atlantic City, N. J.
East High School, Columbus, Ohio.
FRANK FLETCHEPJGARLOCK b XII. T
29 Strathallen Park, Rochester, N. Y.
East High School. Tennis, Assistant Manager 131,
Freshman Manager 641.
ELMER ELLSWORTH GARRETT, JR.
Newton Square, Pa. H K N, T B II, E E
' Electrical Engineering
Cheltingham High School. American Institute of
HENRY LOUIS GARTN ER
9233 Jeliif Ave., Newark, N. J.
South Side High School.
MORSE GARWOOD 2 A, iv M E
544 South Melville St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Massanutten Academy. Crew Medal, Fall Regatta C233
"Class Recordf' Philomathean Society.
DANIEL W. GATES ANI!
Williamson School, Bellefonte Academy. Veterinary
DAVID REED GEER A H E
505 West 10th St., Wilmington, Del.
Culver Military Academy. Scabbard and Blade.
President C415 Culver Clubg Cadet Officers Clubg
JOHN HENRY GEERING
1505 7th St., Eureka, Calif.
California School of Mechanical Arts.
GREGORY ALFRED GENS
3917 Torrance Drive, Toledo, Ohio
ScottVHigh School. Ohio Club.
RUDOIQPH ALLEN GERLINGER
V tCRudy33 '
Fostoria, Ohio S
Fostoria High School. "Class Record" Board: Junior
Prom Committee, Ivy Ball Arrangements Committeeg
Debate Council C35 C435 Zelosophic Society.
ERNEST RUCKER GILBERT
Forest Hill, Riclimond, Va.
.login Marshall High School. Symphony Orchestra C35
WILLIAM H. GILBERT lib K N11
3641 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Haverford, Harvard 'Military School. Manager Tennis
THONIAS M. GILHOOL
407 Ridge St., Archbald, Pa.
St. Thomas College, Scranton, Pa.. Newman Club.
FRANK RODNEY GILLESPIE
Q26 S. Hawthorn St., York, Pa.
York High School,
ELLIOTT KISNER GILROY E CID E
610 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Sphinx Senior Society: Franklin
Sclmscietyg "Punch Bowl" C13 C2-3 C33 C433 Editor-in-chief
AUGUSTUS SHAW GOETZ 9 X, A X E
874 4th St., Ocean City, N. J.
Ocean City High School. Alembic Senior Society:
Varsity Crew C23 C335 Executive Committee, Sopho-
more Classg Senior Endowment Committee: Junior
Prom Ticket Committeeg Priestley Chemical Society.
2629 S. Philip,St., Philadelphia, Pa. '
South Philadelphia High School.
SOLOMON B. GOLDBERG T A dv
92551 Madison Ave., Baltimore, lVId.
Baltimore City College. Freshman Lacrosse Team C13,
Varsity Lacrosse Team C23 C333 Sophomore Picture
Committee C235 Junior Picture Committee C335 Fresh-
man Reception Committee C335 Baltimore Club C13 C235
Varsity Lacrosse Senior Luncheon Committee.
VICTOR N. GOLDBERG' A E 11
119 3d St., Elkins, W. Va.
Bordentown Military Institute: '
SIMONSAL GOLDSMITH CID E TI
2335 Eutaw Pl., Baltimore, Md. '
Park School. . '
HERMAN LEON GOLDSTEIN II A fb
1934 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa.. Q
Harrisburg Technical High' School., Varsity Boxing
Squad- C455 Freshman Lacrosse C153 Musical Clubs C25
C35 C455 Instrumental Club C25 C355 Symphony Or-
chestra C25 C35 C45. Lied April 23, 1925.
MILTON EMANUEL GOLDSTONE
"C'h'ic,' "GQldy"A T A '15, B"I' Z
1652 N. Appleton St., Baltimore, Md.
Baltimore-City College. "Junior Annals" Subscription
Committee C353 Senior Endowment Drive Committee
C459 Baltimore Club.
DAVID WILLIAM GOLTMAN fl' E 11
.1 D 0 C.,
1500 Union Ave., Memphis, Tenn. '
- Q College
Memphis University School. Swimming Squad C153
Gym Team C35 C45.
ABRAHAM , ALLAN GOODMAN
6049' Washington Ave., Philadelphia., Pa.
Central High School. Central High School Clubg
Menorah Society C25 C35, Treasurer C45, President C45.
JACK ARNOLD GORDON -iv B A
313 25th St., Newport News, Va.
Newport News High School. Interfraternity Basket-
ball League C25 C355 Picture Committee C153 Sophomore
Prom Committee C259 Sophomore Picture Committee
C25 9 Chairman Junior Banquet Committeeg Junior Prom
Ticket Committee C853 Treasurer Senior Class'C45g
Senior Endowment Committeeg Menorah Societyg
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ADOLPH CONRAD GORR 112 B K
44:6 Stevens St., Camden, N. J.
Camden High School. Sodalitas Classica, Treasurer
C31, Vice-President C415 recipient Greek Composition
Prize C115 Honorable Mention Schleicher Prize C115
recipient of Jasper Yeates Brinton Prize C215 recipient
of George Allen Memorial Prizein Greek C315 German
Club C21 C315 Camden Club.
CHARLES EDWARD GRAFMUELLER
HECK, uEddie,, ..G,raf,, QA 9
273 Montross Ave., Rutherford, N. J.
Blair Academy. Sphinx Senior Society C415 Kite and
Key Society C31 C415 Franklin Society C415 Varsity
Tennis Squad C315 Freshman Baseball5 "Red and Blue"
Board C21 C31, Editor-in-chief C415 "The Pennsylvaniann
Board, Pictorial Chairman C415 "Class Record" Board
C415 Freshman Picture Committee5 Freshman-Sopho-
more Love Feast Committee5 Sophomore Vigilance
Committee: Sophomore Executive Committee5 Sopho-
more Prom Committeeg Publicity Chairman Junior
Week Committeeg Senior Endowment Drive Committee
Blair Academy Club, President C31 C41.
WILLIAM FORD GRAVES ' CID A 9
5041 4th Ave., S., Jamestown, N. Dak.
Jamestown High School. Assistant Manager Musical
Clubs C31, Associate Manager C41.
HARRY WALKER GRAY E nib E
2112 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Seng!-al Manual Training High School. C'est la Guerre
u 5 .
RAYMOND WILLARD GRAYSON
55 Maplewood, Ave., West Hartford, Conn.
Hartford High School. Freshman Crew5 Dramatic
Club C1115 Glee Club C41.
ROBERT MCCAY GREEN 112 E K
1"7 E. Newfield Way, Cynwyd, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Smoker Committee
C211-5t Prom Committee C315 Endowment Drive Com-
337 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, lla.
Camden High School.
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SAMUEL GREENSPAN A M E
45 Sargeant St., Holyoke, Mass.
Holyoke High School, Ivy Week Booth Committee5
HAROLD GEORGE GREGG A X P
30 Claremont Ave., Port Chester, N. Y.
Port Chester High School. Glee Club CD Mask and
Wig Show CD C35 C415 Mask and Wig Club C35 C4J.
GEORGE RICHARD GRIFFIN E N
"Dick" . ,
309 Plant Ave., Tampa, Fla.
Hillsboro High School.
THOMAS FREMONT GRIFFITH f-If K E
Lawrenceville School. "The Pennsylvanianf' Board
C25 C33 C415 Sophomore Prom Ticket Committee C255
Wharton Association Dues Committee C255 Open
ROBERT ARMAND GROFF
"Bob" ' A 2 '15, 119 A E
Southeast cor. Broad and Venango Sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa. College
Northeast High School,
LOUIS WILLIAM GROTTA Z B T
46 Farley Ave., Newark, N. J.
South Side High School.
HENRY THOMAS GRUBER E E, T B H
.1 H e no
69 VV. Essex Ave., Lansdowne, Ea.
West Philadelphia High School. Compass and Chain
C455 Freshman Dues Committee C135 "Men about
Towne" Club, Treasurer C415 Civil Engineering Society,
LOUIS JOHN GRUEHN T 'B II
741 Cator Ave., Baltimore, Md. .
l Civil Engineering
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Gym Team C31 C4Jg
Compass and Chain:.Orchestra C4j.
SAMUEL RHEN GUNDRUM '9 X
5326 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. '
,Northeast High School. Cross Country Team CID C4113
Xarlsgity Track Squad C25 C31 C455 Northeast. High School
CARL ALBERT GUSTAFSON A
609 Newland Ave., Jamestown, N. Y. V
' ' Wharton
Jamestown High School.
MILTON R, GUTMAN cp z A
23 Nfanchester Pl., Buffalo, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. Varsity Fencing Team C2J C853
Class Executive Committee CD. .
HERBERT WILLIAM HAHN I
GEORGE THOMAS HALBERSTADT
"Tu'ck', A X 2,f'r B'1Ig 2 E
Southeast cor. Chelten and Park Aves., Phila-
delphia, Pa. Chemical Engineering,
Germantown High School. Priestley Club.
ALBERT' HENRY HALL K A CD
113' S. High St., West Chester, Pa.
West Chester High School. - -
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'sIDNnjg.lsTENETT HALL cw T
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42 Cambridge Ave., Dayton, O.
Moraine Park School. Freshman Baseball Team:
Assistant Manager Swimming Team 130, Associate
Manager C415 Mask and Wig Show 123.
CHARLES JACOB HALLER, QD E CIP E
y "Charlie" "Jake" ,
419 W. 10th St., Erie, Pa..
Erie Central High School.
RAYMOND FOREST HAMMANN
Cast la Guerre Club.
ARTHUR HAMMER II A fir
205 W. 89th St., New York, N. Y.
Horace Mann. Junior Varsity Baseball Team 125 1355
First in 125-pound Novice Wrestling Tournament 621.
GEORGE J. HANLEY
455 Washington St., Freeland, Pa..
JAMES EDWARD HANNA A 2 qw, B r 2
421 VV. State St., Media, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Varsity Swimming
Team 123 C33 MJ: "Red and Blue" Boardg "Junior
Annals'g" Zelosophic Society KU C235 Mask and Wig
Show CZJ, 'Cast 643. '
HERBERT GUSTAV HANNEMANN
Burlington Ave., Delanco, N. J.
Palmyra High School.
H. RICHARD HANO . YP E H
Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.
Kingsley School. Swimming Team CD C2j.
STEIN WILDBAHN HANOLD ' A X A
615 Centre Ave., Reading, Pa.
Reading High School. Swimming Squad Clj C33 C459
Ticket Committee Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast
CD5 Ticket Committee Sophomore Banquet C215
Ticket Committee Junior Prom C355 'Berks County
Club, Secretary C4j.
EDWARD EVERETT HANSCOM, JR.
6600 N. llth st., Philadelphia, Pa. .
Northeast High School. Pony Polo CD CZD C3-D, Captain
C439 Junior Varsity Football C413 Glee Club C23 CBJ Cflj.
FRANKLYN ISRAEL HARBACH A X A
450 VV. Oley St., Reading, Pa.
Reading High School. Sophomore.Prom Committeeg
Junior Prom Committeeg Berks County Club.
EARL THOMPSON HARKE11 A X A
49 Wall St., Trenton, N. J. V
Trenton High School. Freshman Basketball.
FRANK LIICHAEL HARLEM
805 Walnut St., Mt. Vernon, Ind. ,
Deerfield CMass.J Academy. Football C25 C3JgWrestling
Cljg Lacrosse C259 Senior Endowment Committeeg
ARTHUR MITCHELL HARRISON A E II
3745 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Southern High School. University Orchestra'C1D.
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I-IERF9l1?Dd,REED HARTMAN X A A
1319 N. Redfield St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Varsity Rifle Team
C335 SWlYYiIHlHg,SCI112Zd C13 C23 C335 "Punch Bowl"
B0Pl1'fl C431 Business Board 4'Junior Annals"5 Junior
Banquet Cornmitteeg Junior Prom Committeeg Presi-
dent West Philadelphia High School Club C335 Secre-
tary-Treasurer Taylor Society C335 Manager Varsity
Rille Team C43.
WILLIAM FORD HARVEY A if 2 K
3712 Patterson St., Washington, D. C.
Washington Central High School. Swimming Team
C235 Capital City Club.
PAUL MARTIN CONRAD HAUSER A Q E
43 Windsor Ave., Highland Park, Pa.
Central High School. '
CLAUDE SCOTT HAZEL E E, E T
814 11th Ave., MOO1'C, Pa.
Ridley Park High School. Glee Club C23 C33 C435 "Men
about Towne" Club C435 Whitney Engineering Societyg
Engineering Show C435 American Society of Mechanical
CARROLL RUTHERFORD HEADLY
"Jack" 2 112 E
3913 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
West Philadelphia High School. Hexagon Senior
Society5 Alembic Senior Chemical Societyg Under-
graduate Council5 Vigilance Committee C235 Mask and
Wig Club C33 C435 "Men about Towne" Club: Mask and
Wig Show C13 C23 C33 C435 "Men about Towne" Show
C23 C33 C435 Luncheon Committee C43.
CARL SAMUEL HEDSTROM K fb K
1614 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa. Education
Temple University. Education Club.
JAMES MALCOLM HENDERSON 9 EI, AB X
5208 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior Society,
Varsity Basketball Squad C235 Varsity Football C435
Managing Editor "The Pennsylvanian"5 Editor-in-
chief "Junior Annals"5 General Chairman Under-
graduate Endowment Campaign C435 President Chris-
tian Association: Kite and Key5 President Middle
Atlantic Division Christian Associations5 Permanent
Chairman Board of Governors 1925 Endowment Fund5
Athletic Director and Counselor Green Lane C13 C23 C33
C435 Chairman Social Service C335 Silver Bay C23 C33 C435
Indianapolis Convention C335 Chairman Board of
Admissions Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper As-
sociation5 Ivy Orator.
AXEL THEODORE I-IENRY
1820 'N. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. i '
1 ' ' ' I Wharton
FRANK GERARD- HENSEL A X A, Z T
403 N. Cove Rd., Merchantville, N. J. A
-' Mechanical Engineering
Camden High Schoo Freshman Crewg Junior Varsity
Crew C253 Varsity Crew C35 C459 Junior Cane Com-
mittee: Glee Club C35 C453 Camden High School Club:
Engineers' Show Orchestra C35.
CARL SAMUEL HERBST' E A
24,37 N. 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Social Committee of American
Institute of Electrical Engineersg Northeast High
MORTON RAYMOND HERR . ,
"Buddy" K N, B 1' 2:
207 S. Market St., Muncy, Pa.
Muncy High Schoolu Circulation Manager H1925
Class Record": Fencing, .Assistant Manager C359
Banquet Committee C355 Chairman Ticket Committee
Varsity HP" Banquet C45.
RICHARD FREDERIC HERR 'II A
37 Curtin St., Bellefonte, Pa.
Bellefonte High School. Wrestling, Assistant Manager
C355 Christian Association Committee C3519 Senior En-
dowment Committee C45.
H. LAWRENCE HERRING n Z A M
498 W. End Ave., New York, N. Y.
High,School .of Commerce. '
RUSSEL DOEDE HERSHEY A II E
ccRussr: :cRDn AI
Elizabethtown, Pa. I '
- - Wharton
Elizabethtown- High School. Zelosophic Society C25
C35,'Secretary C45g Lutheran Vice-President C45. n
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EDWARD HERBERT HERSKOVITZ
"Eddie" "Herbs" , , ,
Hotel Peter Stuyvesant, New York, N. Y.
DeWitt Clinton High Scliool.
WALTER HIESTER 9 E
"Pete" "Bill" "Jackie" '
N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa.
Radnor High School. Wrestling Team C11 C21 C31,
EUGENE LEWIS HIGER
1002 lfVashington Ave., Port Huron, Mich.
Staunton Military Academy: Fessenden School,
Boston. "Punch Bowl" Board. ,
GEORGE LEROY HILL A X A
206 E. Bertsch St., Lansford, Pa.
Lansford High School. Friars Senior Society, Track
Team C21 C31, Captain C41: 100-yd. Intercollegiate
Champion 19249 220-yd. Intercollegiate Champion
1924, Fourth Place, 200 Meters, Olympie.Games, 1924,
30 Center St., Gowanda, N. J.
Gowanda -High School..
JULIUS SPENCER HINCHMAN X A A
ccefudyuv cctfay SI1:
2218 6th St., S. W., Canton, Ohio
McKinley High School. Wedge Club, Secretary-
Treasurer C413 Football C11 C319 "Junior Annals'
Business :Boaz-dg Dues Committee C113 Luncheon Coni-
mittee C415 Picture Committee C213 Banquet.Com-
mittee C315 Endowment Committee C415 Ohio Club C21,
President C31 C415 Mask and Wig Cup Competition,
Second Place C31.
MOTEL HINDIN K CP K
978 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Education Club, Menorah
ABRAHAM LEWIS HODES
520 Fernon St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Menorah Society.
MAURICE VVILSON HODGSON K A 'ID
Cochranville High School.
THOMAS SALKALD HODGSON A T A
26741 Prairie Ave., Evanston, Ills.
Culver Military Academy. Sphinx Senior Society,
Swimming C25 CD C433 Pony Polo C15 C239 Swimming
Meet Medal C23 135, Baseball Manager C453 Freshman
Cooperative Committeeg Penniman Bowl Committee
1239 Culver Club.
HENRY G. HOFFMAN
VVater Polo C23 131 013.
LOUIS C. HOFMANN A Q E
848 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va.
Wheeling High Schoolg University of California 131.
HOMER LEROY HOOVER E A X
967 Ash St., Johnstown, Pa.
Johnstown High School. Wrestling Team, 135-pounds
C4jg Open Hearth Club.
SAMUEL C. HORNING A X E, E T
.1549 N. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Alembic Senior So-
cietyg "Men about Towne" Clubg Priestley Club.
JOHN FREDERICK HORRISBERGER
"Johnny" 2 cp E
217 W. Wyoming Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Gerniantown High School. Whitney Engineering
JAMES JOSEPH HOURIGAN
1034 5th Ave., Troy, N. Y.
Troy High School, L
DONALD KEARNS HOWE Z Q E
3609 N. 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. '
A. DELNO HOVVLET T A X P
1025 Lincoln Way, W., Mishawaka, Ind.
Mishawaka High School. Hoosier Club, Secretary-
ARTHUR WENDELL HUBBARD
519 S. 45th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. American! Society
of Civil Engineers.
FRANK PIERCE HUFF, JR. E Q E
134 E. lVIain St., Rockwell City,'Ia.
Rockwell City High School. Editorial Board H1925
Class Record" C433 Senior Endowment Committee C455
Wrestling, Assistant Manager C3j, Manager C4J.
JOSEPH M. F. HUGHES K E
Assistant Manager Boxing C3J, Manager C415 Penn-
DAVID W. HULBURD E .
O. LEE HUMMEL
"Brute" "60 'inchesi'
1118 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, Pa. ,
Pottsville High School. Crew Coxswain C15 C25 C355
Picture Committee C453 Reformed Students' Committee
C25 C35 C453 Christian Association Finance Drive C25 C35.
JAMES HEYWORTH HUNTER
"Jimmie" . 9 X, A X E
West Philadelphia High School. Water Polo C455
Priestley Club. '
EDGAR WAYNE 'HURFF H K N
56 Fayette St., Bridgeton, N. J.
Bridgeton High School. Banquet Committee of Moore
Schoolg American Institute of Electrical Engineersg
"Men about Towne" Club Cast C35.
Cheltenham High School. Spanish Club.
EDWIN M. HYDEMAN 49 E II
622 S. George Stg, York, Pa.
Tome School. Freshman Tennis Teamg "Red and Blue"
Business Board C15 C25 C35 C453 Wharton Dues Com-
mittee C15g Dues Committee C255 Prom Ticket Com-
mittee C25 C355 Picture Committee C255 Senior Class
Endowment Committeeg Ivy Ball Committeeg Franklin
Society: York County Clubg C. A. Campaign Com-
mittee C455 Class Day Program Committee.
JESSE HYMAN G T E fb
161 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Wilkes-Barre High School. "Junto" Business Board
C35, Circulation Manager C453 Dues Committee C15 C255
Junior Cane Committee: Freshman-Sophomore Love
Feast Committee C15 5Endowment Fund Committee C45 9
Luzerne County Club, Vice-President C35 g President C45.
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FRANK THOMSON HYPPS
2120 Catherine St., Philadelphia, Pa..
Southern High School. 'C'est la Guerre-Club, Executive
Committee C15 C25 C35 C45.
5854 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School, Band C15 C25 'C35 C45.
LOUIS E. INKER
llInky7! I l
872-.N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Chess Team C25.
CLIFFORD NIOORE IRVIN II K A
- ccclif-ri a:B0otSar I
321 W. Rio Grande St., El Paso, Tex.
El Paso Hi h School. Band -1 . 2 3 4 Orchestra
C25 C35 my 3 instrumental Clubc dylan ctzip .C -7 5
DAVID IZENBERG A 11
601 E. 23d Stl, Paterson, -N. J.
Paterson High School.
NATHAN LEONARD JACOBS 112 B A
28 W. 31st St., Bayonne, N. J.
Bayonne High School.
WILLIAM HOWE JAMESON
IIKA, QPBK, TBH, EE
220 S. 39th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Jenkintown High School. Van Nostrand Prize f35g
Compass and Chain Society, President C452 American
Society Civil Engineers.
KARL E. JARRELL 9 E
1420 Ingraham St., Washington, D. C.
Central High School. Baseball Squad C113 Track Squad
C11 C21 C31 C413 Cross Country Squad C21 C31 C413 "Class
Record" Editor C413 "Punch Bowli' Board' C413 "Red
and Blue" Board C413 Vigilance Committee C213 Pants
Fight Committee C21Q Students' Relations Committee
C213 Treasurer Wharton Association C313 Social Service
Committee C312 Ivy Ball Committee C413 Kite and Key
Society C31, Vice-President C411 Capital City Club,
President C413 Fund News C413 Class Day Committee
HOYER A. JENSEN E A E
2700 lst Ave., Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Cedar Rapids High School. Track Team C11 C31 C41.
FORREST CROSSETT JOBES H A E
352 N. Willow St., Bordentown, N. J.
Bordentown High S.chool3 Trenton High School. Rifle
Squad C213 Zelosophic Society, Treasurer C411 Burling-
ton County Club, Treasurer C31, Vice-President C413
Zelosophic Society Key C41.
SHIRLEY THEODORE JOHNSON A T A
Reed City, Mich.
Reed City High Schoolg Hillsdale College C11 C21. '
THOMAS ARTHUR JOHNSON
1500 Clayton St., Wilmington, Del.
Wilmington High School. Glee Club C312 Student
Leader C41. V
JOHN REID JOHNSTON
7932 Fillmore St., Fox Chase, Pa. 3
Northeast High School.
HAROLD LEE JONES E N
Saxton High School3 Harrisburg Technical High School.
Associate Editor H1925 Class R9COYd,,Q , Assistant
hiantagg Basketball C313 Manager Basketball Tourna-
EDMUND JAKE KAHN fir E A
2509 S. Boulevard, Dallas, Tex.
Forest Avenue H' l S h I. F h C S dg
Third VarsityCre15lC2D? 00 res man ww qua
920 Riverside Drive, New York City
Stuyvesant High School.
SAUL IRWIN KAMIN 111 E A
5605 Marlboro Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sehenley High School. Sophomore Vigilance Com-
mittee C2Jg Dues Committee C155 Chairman Music
Committee C353 Staunton Military Academy Club.
ALBERT DAVID KANRICH' H A fb
780 West End Ave., New York, N. Y.
DeWitt Clinton High School. Freshman Crew: Junior
Varsity Crew f2jg Freshman Welcome Committee.
LOUIS KAPLAN E T Q, db A K
946 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Students' Medical Society.
JOHN GROVE KAPP CID A 9
Mask and Wig Club C33 MJ.
JOHN WVILLIAM KARBOSKI
340 State St., Nanticoke, Pa..
Nzmticoke High Schoolg Bucknell University.
Elmore Ave., Englewood, N. J.
Englewood High School.
HAROLD F. KATENSTEIN ,
2203 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md.
1626 Champlost St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Football C155 Varsity Football
Q25 C35 C455 Wrestling Team C155 Boxing Team C35 C455
Endowment Drive Co1nmittee5 Intercollegiate Heavy-
weight Boxing Champion Q45.
THOMAS JOSEPH KEAN
95 Plymouth St., New Haven, Conn. '
New Haven High School.
ROBERT LOUIS KEANE
6361 Drexel Rd., Overbrook, Pa.
West PhiladelphiaiHigh School. Class Football C35 C5155
Class Baseball C255 Moore School Athletic Chairman5
American Institute of Electrical Engineersg Newman
Club5 Engineering Association.
JOHN JOSEPH KEEVERS K A fb
1558 Blvd., -West Hartford, Conn.
, - WVharton
Endowment Drive C455'G1ee Club C25, Vice-President
f35, President 1455 C'est la Guerre Club, First Vice-
Commander C355 President Advertising Club C455 Song
HAROLD 'ESTON KELLEY E IIB
German Township High School. 'Prom Ticket Come
mittee C255 Banquet Ticket Committee C255 Steering
Committee C355 Ivy Ball Arrangements Committeeg
Endowment Committee- C45. '
LEO MICHAEL KELLY qw A 9
Phillipsburg, N. J.
Phoenixville High School. Brown Preparatory School.
RICHARD JAMES KELLY
3515 Beechwood Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
ginzrihzi.-Ix1toPrep Cgichgol. CYig,ilag1ceNCommitE5e C25:
rxan. g 5
KZ, KQV President My ee u C 5 ewman nb C15
'FRAN CIS JOHN KEOGI-I A .fb E
48 Avondale Pk., Rochester, N. Y.
Aquinas Institute. Rochester Club.
MATTHEW' E. KEOGH 6 A X
70 Bridge St., South Hadley Falls, Mass.
Hebron Academy. Track C15 C25 C35 C45: Executive
gimgmittee Arts Association: Varsity Club: Newman
HARRISON GILL KILDARE
"Killyl' e X, fb is K
258 S. 46th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ,
Washington Central High School. "Red and Blue"
Editorial Board C35 C455 Glee Club C35, Vice-President
C45:'lPhilomathean Society C35 C45: Baptist Vice-P1iesi-
:lent C45: Field Song Prize C35: Co-Author "Joan of
Arkansasug President of Glee Club C45.
.JAMES ROSER KINNEY A XII
Netcoiig, N. J. '
Netcong High School. Veterinary Medical Society.
NIAX EICHBERG KLEEMAN Z B T
Hotel Deming, Terre Haute, Ind.
Normal High School. Photographic Staff, "Red and
Blue" C25 C35 C45: Business Assistant, H1925 Class
Recordu: Dues Committee C15 C25: Prom Committee
C255 Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast Committee C25:
Photographic Editor, "Junior Annals": Junior Banquet
Committee: Hoosier Club: Culver Club: Boy Scout
Club: DeMolay Club: Social Service Work, Christian
SYDNEY M. KLEEMAN KID E II
1424 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston High School. Business Assistant, H1925
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252 Main St., Gloucester, Mass.
Gloucester High School. Boxing Team C25 CBJ.
MARTIN CHRISTOPHER KNABE, 3D
816 14th Ave., Moore, Pa. T B II, E E'
Ridley Park High School. Compass and Chain Society.
OWEN BEALL KNIGHT, JR. fb A 9
HO. B." "0ssie"
5417 N. 6th St., St. Joseph, Mo. g
Phillips Andover Academyg Roxbury Tutoring School.
Banquet Ticket Committee C153 Picture Committee
C255 Cane Committee C-D.
RAYMOND LUCIUS KNIGHT A X P
207 Jay St., Olean, NL Y.
Olean High School.
FERD. S. KNOWLES, JR.
517 Tome St., Ridley Park, Pa.
Ridley Park High School.
JULIAN M. KOBACKER f-if E 1.1
92311 Glenwood Ave., Toledo, O. X
Scott High School.
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PAUL J. KOCH E II
New Waterford, O.
Columbiana High School. Band C11 C23 C353 Instru-
mental Club C25 C3J.
670 Tengachaya, Osaka, Japan
Lawrenceville School. President Japanese Students'
Clubg Committee of International Students' House.
WILLIAM FREDERICK KOELLE, JR.
6424 City Line, Overbrook, Pa.
Friends Central High School. Department Basketball
Team C35 CLD: Swimming Class Team CD: Civil En-
gineers' Entertainment Committee C355 Civil Engi-
neering Societyq American Society of Civil Engineers.
STACY PANCOAST KOECNEMANN, Jn.
"Staci, "Ken" A II E
56th St. and Central Ave., Ocean City, N. J.
Collingswood High School. Zelosophic Society.
DANIEL D. KOHLER A N11
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42 S. Reading Ave., Boyertown, Pa.
Boyertown High School. Veterinary Medical Society
SAMUEL KOHN Z A M
29'Whittier Ave., Trenton, N. J.
Bordentown Military Institute. Basketball, Junior
Varsity Basketball C21 C3b, Varsity Squad C455 Christian
Association Drive Committee CSJ.
SIDNEY JAMES KOVNER i CID E A
85 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Commercial High School. Freshman Football Team.
SYDNEY ALEXANDER KRAMER O A T
43 Columbia Terrace, Weehawken, N. J.
Emerson High School. Wrestling Squad C25 C35.
FREDERICK KRIN G E T
921 Cedar St., Bristol, Pa.
, Mechanical Engineering
Bristol High, School. Swimming Team C255 Junior
Varsity Football C35 C459 Crew C255 Department Foot-
ball C35 C457 Department Baseball C25 C35 C455 Engi-
neering Dance Committee C35 C45 5 Whitney Engineering
Society, President C45.
J IN NOSUKE H. KUMAZAWA
Shoko High Schoolg Keio University. Gym Team C25
C35, Captain C455 Zelosophic Literary Society C35 C455
Japanese Students' Club.
CLARENCE FREDERICK KUNZLER
"Dutch" "F1'ifz" "Butch"
910 Buchanan Ave., Lancaster, Pa.
Franklin and Marshall Academy.
GEORGE HARVEY KURTZ
312 W. Mahoning St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
Fignxsutawney High School. Zelosophic Society C25 C35
JOHN S. LANCASTER A E 419
113 Onondaga Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
Syracuse Central High School. Penniman Bowl Com-
mittee C15g Vigilance Committee C257 Prom Ticket
Committee C255 Chairman Junior Smokerg Ivy Ball
Committeeg Interfraternity Ball Committee: Secretary-
Treasurer Interfraternity Council: Band C35 C459
Banquet Committee C255 Freshman-Sophomore Love
Feast Committee C25: Endowment Committee C45.
ROBERT S. LANGE
4234 Redbud Pl., Cincinnati, Ohio
Hughes High School. '
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Cobleskill, N. Y. .
Cobleskill High School.
MARVIN J. LARONGE 111 E A
3824 Coventry Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
Glenville High School. Sophomore Prom Committee:
Class Dues Committee C235 Class Banquet Committee
CD5 Cleveland Club, President C4j.
RAY E. LATSHAW
323 Church St., Royersford, Pa.
Royersford High School: Lehigh University. Taylor
BURTON RANDOLPH LAUB 2 II
"Demon" "Smiley" "Burt"
2105 Peach St., Erie, Pa. 1
Ei-ie Academy High' schooi. crew 4195 Third varsity:
150-pound Crewg Picture Committeeg Ivy Ball Ticket
Committee: Erie County Club.
CHARLES E. LAUDENSLAGER, JR. E T
1416 Wyoming Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Class Basketball C33 C459
President Civil:Engineering Society: American Society
Civil Engineering: Roaring Lions Club.
S. FRANK LAVESON
2211 N. 33d St., Philajdelphia, Pa.
Central High Sohool. Menorah Society C35 C4D.
30 E. Center St., Woodbury, N. J.
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304 W. School Lane, Germantown, Pa.
Westtown School:4Olivet College CD C2D. Third Soccer
Team C335 Chess Club, Vice-President C404
STANLEY LEESER 112 E II
6733 Merrill Ave., Chicago, Ills.
Englewood High School. Editorial Board, "Red and
Blue" C35 C4j. 2'
WAINO AUGUST LEHTO
716 Acorn St., New Castle, Pa.
Suomi College Academy.
LOUIS ISRAEL LEIMBERG
3048 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Civil Engineering Society CD
C25 C31 C4jg American Society of Civil Engineers.
SHVION LENSON CIF B A
2301 Broad Ave., Altoona, Pa.
Altoona High School.
WVILLIAM JAY LEON A E A
9928 N. 66th St., Philadelphia, Pa. .
West Philadelphia High School. Boxing Squad C11 C25
C35 C415 Team C4DQ Ivy Ball Committee C405 West
Philadelphia High School Club.
LEO FRANK LEONARD
308 Oak St., Scranton, Pa.
St. Thomas College. Der Deutsche Vereing Spanish'
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VICTOR S. LESSER II A if
600 W. 113th St., New York, N. Y.
DeWitt. Clinton High School. Tennis Team C155 Tennis
Squad C25 C353 Water Polo Team C25 C35 C455 Winner
Fall Tennis Tournament C25.
HARVEY DUDLEY LEUIN' T A CID
214 Norwood Ave., Long Branch, N. J.
DeWitt Clinton High School. Crew C15 C25 C355 Glee
Club C455 Delllolay Club C35.
G CAbe7 7
7835 Brewster Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School.
HARRY L. LEVIN
835 W. State St., Trenton, N. J.
Trenton High School. Track Squad
mittee C159 Picture Committee C15.
LEROY M. LEVINSON
"Henry" "Levie,' b
163 Grant Ave., Vandergrift, Pa.
Vandergrift High School.
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3044 lflth St., N. VV., Washington,
Central High School.
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Shansi Bank, Tientsin, China
Tsing Hua College. Zelosophio Society.
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DAVID MAISH LIDDLE E N
105 Foster Drive, Des Moines, Ia.
West Des Moines High School. '
414-6 Parrish St., Philadelphia, Pa. 4
Southern High School. A
HARRY JAY LIKOFF - T E 112'
6117 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
West Philadelphia., High School. Endowment com-
ALFRED G. LINDBLAD, JR. Ve E 1
A Q SIBUCICBY
824 Aldine Ave., Chicago, Ill. Fine Arts
Lewis Institute. Architectural Society.
WILLIAM EZRA LINGELBACH, JR.
3 Z W, cr B K, cr: K B
ccwillyra ccEZv '
4304 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. College
West Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior Society:
Tennis C13, Captain C23 C33 C431 Soccer C13 C23 C33, .
Captain C433 Debating Team C33 C1135 Class Soccer .
Teamg Class Tennis Teamg All-American Center
Forward Soccer C23 C33 C433 "Red and Blue" Board C23 p
C33 C439 President Arts Association C43, Secretary C339 .
Ud dtPh'BtK ClbC43
President n ergra ua e 1 e a appa - u 3
President Religious Education C433 Chairman Com-
munity Center C33g Valedictoriang Bowl Man.
JOHN MORROW LINTON '
2059 N. 62d St., Philadelphia, Pa. Wliarton
Altoona High School, ' '
ABRAHAM H. LIPEZ
..Abe,, V A
333 S. Fairview St., Lock Haven, Pa. .
I Wharton' '
'Lock Haven High School.
Teachers' Training College:'1-Iigh School of Commerce.
Schleicher Prize f3Jg Menorah Society.
SIDNEY JUDAH LIPSON i T .E fb
1912 65th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
New Utrecht High School.
ROBERT' RAYMOND LISKEY
"Bohn "Jaow" ,
Harrisonburg High School. Virginia Club.
4218 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
"Junto" Editorial Board C27 CSD, Chairman C455 Philo-
mathean Society, Librarian C21 C35 C415 Rhymers'
Club C15 C2D', Chairman C35 i413 C'est la Guei-re'CIub:
GEORGE TRUMBO LOCKE
1311 Gallia St., Portsmouth. O.
Porwrnouih High School. Ohio Club,
JOSEPH LONIAX T B H, E E
5916 Jackson St., Wissiinomiiig, Pa. ,
Frankford High School. Priestley Chemical Society.
HERBERT TROSS LORENTZ E N
231 Lincoln St., Johnstown, Pa..
Igogmstown High School. President Open Hearth Club
OWEN A. LUCKENBACH 6 A X
29 E. 'Wall St., Bethlehem, Pa.
Nazareth Hall Military Academy. Lacrosse 111:
Architectural Ball Committee C41.
CHRYSOSTOM JOHN LUCKETT
1213 17th St., Altoona, Pa.
Altoona High School. Ivy Week Committee C41:
PAUL ROHRER LUTZ E T
1014 S. 49th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West:Philadelphia High School. Wrestling Team C11
C21 C31 H413 Third Place 158-pound Class Intercollegiate
Championships C313 Whitney Society: "Men about
Towne" Club: American Society of Mechanical Engi-
neers: Engineers' Show Q31.
HENRY JACOBS LYMAN
5914 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Lower Merion High School.
ISAAC SERRELL LYSTER, JR.
HECIGU A E CIP, E T
159 Midxvay Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
Lansdowne High School. Whitney Society: Glee Club
C31 C41: Engineers' Show C31: "Men about Towne"
Club: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
HECTOR EDWARD MACDONALD E X
"Moen "Malcolm" .
6-lf Amherst St., East Orange, N. J. -V
East Orange High School. Sphinx Senior Society: Foot-
ball C11, Junior Varsity C21, Varsity C31: Crew C11,
Junior Varsity C21, Varsity C31, Captain C413 Sopho-
more Vigilance Committee: Ivy Ball Committee:
Varsity Club Q31 C41: Student Vestry.
HARRY I. MACLEAN K A Q
28 Dellinger Ave., Batavia, N. Y.
Batavia High School. Instrumental Club: Zelosophic
Society, Secretary 131.
SAMUEL WILLIAM MAGITSON if A
619 N. Eugus St., Pottstown, Pa.
Pottstown High School.
MICHAEL EDWARD MALFARA
617 Center St., Johnsonburg, Pa.
J ohnsonburg High School. Newman Club. X
ROLAND .FRED MALLON - 9 X
816 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Sophomore Dues Committee
C235 Chairman Junior Banquet Committee C353 North-
east High School Club: Song Leader C319 Ivy Week
Committeeg Mask and Wig Show C4j.
ANDREW DURLAND MAPES E LID E
1222 Nebraska Ave., Norfolk, Ncbr.
Kemper Military School. Wrestling CD C413 Rocky
Mountain Clubg Band C11 CZJ C3j.
6016 Cobbs Creek Parkway, Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philarlephia High School.
ROBERT S. MARCUS K N
23410 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Technical High School. Football Team C15
C23 C35 C413 Wrestling C21 C333 Picture Committee C259
Endowment Drive Committee C414 Varsity Club Cflj.
10 Argyle Park, BuHa1o, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. Water Polo Team.
RICHMAN STANLEY MARGESON CID T A
1381 South St., Portsmouth, N. H.
ABRAM MARGOLIS A E TI
75,1 S. 5th Ave., Coatesville, Pa.
Coatesville High School.
STANTON G. MARQUARDT A T A
Commodore Apts., Des Moines, Ia.
Wes? Des Moines High School. University of Iowa
LLEWELLYN CHARLES MARTIN E db E
9 Norwood Ave., Rockport, Mass.
Gloucester High School. Scabbard and Blade: RiHe
SAMUEL MARTIN, JR. H K N
Lee and San Marino Aves., Bryn Nlawr, Pa. .
Lower Merion High School. Junior Varsity Crew C-355
Class Football Team C35 C455 Chairman Engineering
Student Council: American Institute of Electrical
Engineersg Varsity Club.
HOBART REINOLD MARVIN K A 419
450 Front St., Addison, N. Y. .
Fencing Team C25 C35, Captain C45.
KENNETH CARVER MASSEY
"Ken" "Canute" . M
42 York St., Larnbertville, N. J.
Lambertville High School. '
MARSHALL GROVE MATHENY B 9 II
322 E. Wallace Ave., New' Castle, Pa.
New Castle High School. "The Pennsylva.nian" Busi-
ness Board C35 C459 Business Manager "Junior Annals"
C359 Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg .Sophomore
Executive Committee: Sophomore Prom Committee:
Ivy Week Committeeg Manager Instrumental Club C353
Manager Musical Clubs C45
MICHAEL ALLAN MATLOCK T B II
414 W. Race St., Pottsville, Pa.
Roman Catholic High School. Compass and Chain
Society C152 Civil Engineering Societyg American
Society of Civil Engineers.
6212 Wfashington Ave., Philadelphia, Par.
Frankford High School. Wrestling. Team C15 C253
Championship Wrestling C-15 C25 C35.
YVILLIAM LEWIS lVIAY
1912 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Coatesville High School. '
THOMAS CANMNG MCBRIDE, JR. 2 'r
' ' Tommy' ' --C
210 VV. Chelten Ave., Germantown, Pa.
' Mechanical Engineering
Germantown Academy. Engineers' Dance Committee
C353 Vice-President "Men about Towne" Club C453
Mask and Wig Club C353 Whitney Society C15 C25 C35
CQ5, Secretary C35 3 Engineers? Show C15 C35 C455.
WILLIAM S. MCCAHAN CID M E
214 Ed St., Huntingdon, Pa..
Huntingdon' High School. Varsity Debating Team C45,
Philomathean Society C35 C45, Treasurer C355 President
of Interscliolastic Debating League of Philadelphia
JAMES MATTHEW' MCCORMACK
507 Bloom St., Danville, Pa.
St. Joseph's High School.
KENNETH HERBERT MCDOWELL
"Ken" "Mac" A T A
235 Armington St., Providence, R. I.
New York Military Academy. "The Pennsylvanianu
Editorial Board C25 C35 C453 Freshman-Sophomore Love
Feast Committee C153 Sophomore Dues Committee C253
Sophomore Picture Committee C25 3 Chairman Publicity
Committee Sophomore Prom C253 Junior Class Picture
Committee3 Senior Endowment Drive Committee.
EDWARD F. MCGINLEY, JR. A T A
Swarthmore Preparatory School. Friars Senior Society3
Junior Varsity Football C25, Varsity C35 C453 All-Am-
erican Tackle C453 Varsity Lacrosse Team C35 C453
Varsity Club3 Cane Man.
JOHN EDWARD MCGOVERN, JR.
La Salle College Preparatory School, l'Punch Bowl"
Board C35 C453 Managing Editor C453 "Red and Blue"
Editorial Board C453 Class Historiang Senior Advisor3
REA MCGRAW A T, CIP K B
50 Carmel Rd., Buffalo, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. Sphinx Senior Society3 Baseball
C15 C25 C35 C453 Basketball C15 C253 Football C15 C25 C35,
Captain C453 Sophomore Vigilance Committee3 Bowl
Contest Marshalg Scalp and Blade3 Kite and Key
Society3 Varsity Club3 Spoon Man.
FRANCIS MORRELL MCGUIRE A 2112
509 Linwood Ave., Buialo, N. Y.
Lafayette High School. Pony Polo C15 C25 C35 C453
Golf Team C453 President Scalp and Blade3 Assistant
Manager Golf Team C353 Manager C453 Head Song
EDWIN M. MCHENRY E N
525 Adair Ave., Zanesville, 0. -
Zanesville High School. Sophomore Vigilance Com-
mittee3 Steering Committee Junior Prom C353 General
Chairman Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast C253 Fresh-
man Cooperative Committee C15.
WALLACE LINCOLN MCINTYRE 9 E
35 Hawthorne Rd., Brookline, Mass.
Dorchester High School.
RANDOLPH THOMAS MCKELVEY
"Mac" 9 A X
611 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Wilkinsburg High School.
ELMER O, MCLANE A E fb, fb K B
Fort Cobb, Okla.
Central Normal School, Edmond, Okla. Friars Senior
Societyg Track Team C15 C25 C35 C45, Captain C155 Cross
Country C15 C25, Captain C355 Indoor Intercollegiate
Two-Mile Champion, with Record C255 Member 0174-
Mile International Relay Team C15.
WILLIAM Zi MCLEAR E X
401 Midland Ave., St. Davids, Pai.
Radnor High School-
EDWARD A. MCTAGUE
732 N. 24th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Brown Preparatory School. Newman Clubg Roman
Catholic High School Clubq Wedge Club.
JAMES 'LEWIS MCVEY XII T
5935 Wayne Ave., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg
Swimming Squad C25 C359 Assistant Manager Baseball
C35, Freshman 'Baseball Manager C5155 Crew C15: "Red
and Blue" C15 C25 C35 C459 Dues Committee C15 .Q Banquet
Committee C155 Prom Committee C259 Cane Committee
C355 Endowment Committee C459 Glee, Club C453 Mask
and Wig Chorus "Joan of Arkansas" C45.
RICHARD RAMSAY MEAD A T
249 Harvey St., Germantown, Pa.
Doylestown High School. Glee Club C25 C35 645.
WILLIAM PAGE MEALING ACACIA
425 Lincoln Ave., Williamsport, Pa.
Williamsport High School. Junior Banquet Ticket
Committee: Ivy Ball Ticket Committee: Lycoming
County Club, President: Zelosophic Society. '
WILLARD VINCENT MERRII-IUE
"Mei-ry' "Bill" 9 X, E T5 Q X E
59 Atlantic St., Carteret, N. J.
Easton High School. Hexagon Senior Societyg Alembic
Chemical Societyg "Pennsylvania Triangle" C21 ,C31,
Editor-in-chief "Q X 2 News" C413 'President Priestley
Chemical Society C415 1-'resident Alernbic Senior Chemi-
cal Society C413 President Lions Engineering Fraternity
C21 C31 C415 Eastern Chairman of the Engineering
College Magazines Associated C413 Chairman of the
Engineers Dance C315 Entertainment Chairman for
Freshrnan Engineering Smoker C413 Executive Com-
mittee Engineering Association C41: "Men 'about
Towne" Clubq Engineers? Show C413 Chemical Show C31
C415 Editor-in-Chief "Pennsylvania Triangle" C21C31C41g
Author of' Chemical Show of 1925.
FRANK N. INIILLER
125 N. Grand St., Waynesboro, Pa. 'Wharton
'VVaynesboro High School.
JOHN WESLEY MILLER
133 Queen Lane, Germantown, Pa.
Germantown High School.
ROBERT LEONARD MILLER A E if
1009 Lexington Ave., Altoona Pa. '
Altoona High School. Manager of Debate C315 Prom
Ticket Committee C315 Ivy Ball Decorations Com-
mittee C41g President Debate Council C31.
WILLIAM R. MILLER, JR. , A K -E
119 Kentucky Ave., S. E., Washingt'on, D.UC. '
Eastern High School.
J. 'CHESTER MILLEY A II .E
Harnnionton, N. J. .
Hammonton High School.
CONRAD FULMER, IVIILLS A X A
4424 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
St. Albans School. 'Scrub Football C21..
ROBERT LEONARD MILLS 9' E'
30 W. Sth St., Chester, Pa.
V Electrical Engineering
Chester High School. Swimming Squad C21 C31: Class
Football C31 C41: Baseball C21,g- Chairrnanilingiiieers'
Dance Committee' C31 C413 Engineering Association
Secretary-Treasurer C41: Chester Club: American 'L114
stitute of Electrical Engineers.
J. ALLEN MINNICI-I ' K 113 K
CHAI!! liDean!l CGDOCH, '
Hegins, Pa. I
Franklin and Marshall Academy, West Chester Normal
School. Education Clubg President C41g'Gerni:m Club.
JOHN ARTHUR MITCHELL XII T, B 1' E
5401 London.Rd., uluth, Minn.
Duluth Central High School. Manager Freshman
Tennis Teamg "Red and Blue" Boardg "Class Record"
Business Associateg Junior Week Committeeg Under-
graduate,Eudowment Cornmitteeg'Mnsk and Wig Club
C31 C415 Mask and Wig Show C31 C41.
RICHARD PAUL MITCHELL 5 A m
cpm" fuvfuchu C
128 Crafton Ave., Pitman, N. J.
Glassboro High.School. Assistant Manager Rifle. Team
C313 Arts Association ExecutivevCoinmittee C315 Freslu
man Cheer Leader C11.
CLARENCE LEE EDWARD MONROE
"M0nnie,' ' . SZ XII 4?
33 N. 42d St., Philadelphia, Pa.. 1
West Philadelphia High School. Rivas Bacteriological
OLIN JONES MOORE.
5553 'Webster St., Philadelphia., Pa.
Atlantic City High School.
JESSE ALBERT MORGAN
47 Seaton Pl., N. VV., Vllashington, D.'C.
Central High School.
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ALBERT J. MORRIER ' r
117 Meadows St., North Adams, Mass.
Drury High School. French Club, Treasurer C25, Presie
dent C355 Dramatic Club C259 Orchestra C25. A
WILLIAM WIDENER MORRIS 112 E K
' CGBilly33 fCBill97
835 N. Front St., Reading, Pa. I D
Reading High School. Friazjs Senior Society: ,Basket-
ball Team C154 C35 C455 Lacrosse -C153 Chairman Refresh-
ments Committee Ivy Ballg Varsity Clubg Berks County
Club, President C45.
EDWARD W. MORRISON
2l5'Ontario St., Cohoes, N. Y.
' ' Wharton
St. Bernards' Academy.
WILLEY BONHAM MOTISHER A X E
Mantua Ave., Sewell, N. J. X
Woodbury High School. Executive Committee Priest-
ley Club C455 Roaring Lions Club: Orchestra Engineers
Showg "Men about Towne" Club.
EARL E. MOYER
710 N. 6th St., Allentown, Pa.
Iola CKans.5 High School.
JERRY JOSEPH MOYER
134 S. Franklin St., Allentown, Pa.
Allentown High School. Lehigh-Northampton Club.
DUDLEY GREGORY MURPHY 2 II
629 W. 10th St., Erie, Pa.
Erie Central High School. Erie 'County Club C15:
Manager University Baud C35
JULIUS MYERBERG n Z T 42
3631 Liberty Heights Ave., Baltimore, Md.
LEONARD ROBERT NACHMAN 111 A
4513 Upshur St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
McKinley Manual Training School. Baseball' C135
Track C135 Banquet' Committee C13 C235 Love Feast
Committee C235 Asiatic Night C235 Junior Week C335
Endowment Drive C435 Sophomore Prom C235 Junior
Cane Committee C335 Ticket Committee Ivy Bally
Menorah Society: Spanish Club5 Capital City Club.
MILTON CHARLES NAI-IM CID B K
1019 Douglas Ave., Las Vegas, N. Mex.
Las Vegas High School. Crew Squad C13 C23 C33 C435
Crew Regatta Medals C235 "Junto" Editorial Board C23
C435 Sophomore Scholastic Honorsg Spanish Club,
President C435 Rocky Mountain Club: Co-Author Mask
and Wig Prize Scenario C435 Co-Author "Joan of
JOSEPH S. MICHAEL NATHAN
1327 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. .
Central High School.
SYDNEY J. NEEDS A E fin, E T, E E
426 S. 42th St., Colwyn, Pa.
Darby High School. Hexagon Senior Soeietyg Track
C13 C23 C33 C435 Banquet Committee C33 C435 Varsity
Clubg Whitney Engineering Society C23 C33 C43.
LEON A. NEFSKY Z B T
19410 S. 25th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
Lincoln High Schoolg University of Nebraska C13 C23,
BERNARD AARON NEVAS
HB no ,
57 3Voodu?ard Ave., South Norwalk, Conn.
Norwalk High School. Class Football C135 Baseball
C135 Nutmeg Club.
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DAVID NIRENBERG B 'Z P
a:N?:Tyss ccDa,D6sn ccB6!rkn
1919 Newkirk Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Erasmus HallfHigh School. Lacrosse C15 C259 Endow-
ment Committee C453 Senior Picture Committee:
Erasmus Hall Club.
PEARCE NOLAND, JR.
817 S. Dakota Ave., Tampa, Fla. .
Hillsborough High School. Rifle Team.C15 C25 C35 C45
Dancing Chorus Mask and Wig C35.
LAWVRENCE H. NOLTE A II E
630 Bridgelore St., Riverside, N. J. ,
Q A Wharton
Palmyra High School. '
ROBERT ,SCOTT NOON-E
312 lst St., Conemaugh, Pa. -
Conemaugh High School, Football C45: Endowment
Committee C45: Open Hearth Club: Wrestling C35 C45.
WILLIAM JOHN NORTH
"Lord North" "Bill"
49 Kay St., Newport, R. I. I .
Rogers High School: Tufts College C15. Cross Country
Squad C35 C452 Rhymers' Club C25. .
1121 N. 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School: Drexel Institute:
Evening Sehool. Menorah Society: University Forum.
4203 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ,
Central High School. Central High. School Club: De-
batingeCommittee Chairmang Menorah Society.
ROBERT RANDOLPH OSBORN
HQZU "Babu 2 A E, Z T, H K N
1524 State St., New Orleans, La.. I
p Electrical Engineering
Collingswood High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg
Hexagon Senior Societyg "The Pennsylvanianu C33,
Feature Editor and Columnist C439 'flied :and Blue" C33
C435 "Pennsylvania Triangle" C33 C43g Undergraduate
BENJAMIN MILTON OWEN A E
Viiesthampton, L. I. '
Westhampton High School. Sphinx Senior Society:
Track Team C13 C23 C33 C435 Intercollegiate Pole-Vault
Champion .C23 C33g University of Pennsylvania Pole-
Vault Record C335 United States Olympic Team C339
Endowment Committee C435 Varsity Club: Council on
VINCENT ALFRED PADULA A LID A
Q24 Prospect St., South Orange, N. J.
South Orange High School. Endowment Committee
C433 Zelosophic Society.
GEORGE 'l'HOMAS PANCOAST7 E 1112
Forestdale, Chester, Pa.
Chester High School. Ivy Week Committee: Glee Club
NORMAN LESTER PANCOAST A
fl? K XII, CIP K B, B I' E
2600 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
George School. Sphinx Senior Society: Soccer C13,
Junior Varsity Soccer C23, Intercollegiate Champion-
ship Soccer Team C33 C433 Christian Association
Cabinet C435 Varsity Clubg Basketball, Assistant
Manager C33, Manager C43.
EDWARD STANLEY PANEK A X A
99 Crown St., Meriden, Conn.
Meriden High School. Editor-in-Chief. "Newman
Quarterly" C13 C23 C335 Chairman Junior Prom Coin-
mittee C33: Sophomore Prom Committee C23g Picture
Committee C131 Secretary Senior Class: Newman Club:
JAMES LINDSEY GILLESPIE PARSONS
"Jim" "Bon ACACIA
802 W. Mahoning St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
Punxsutawney High School.
960 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Menorah Society.
JAMES LEE' PATTON, JR. Z XP, fb K B
262 Harvey St., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown Friends School. Sphinx Senior Society,
Football CD C23 CLD: Soccer CD5 "Red and-Blue" Boardg
"The Pennsylvaniann Board: Junior Class Presidentg
Chairman Sophomore Prom Committee C2j3 German-
town Friends School Clubg Glee Chorus Mask and Wig
Show C313 Student Vestry, Church of Transfiguration.
WILLIAM HENRY PEAK' A E CID
853 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Commercial High School. Cross Country and Track
Teams CD C23 C3J.
EDWIN DAVIS PEAKE '
304 Huntington Rd., Kansas City, Mo.
Westpo1't High School. .
AUGUSTUS .BROWN PENRY
5.18 Pearl, Denton, Tex. A
Denton High School. Rocky Mountain Club, Treasurer
C435 Assistant Manager Pony Polo C3b.
WILLIAM PEPPER CIP A 9
ngiuf, HPEPS, ,
2015 N. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Centra1'High School. Menorah Society: Musical Club
C15 C21 C35 C455 Central High School Club, Symphony
Orchestra'C1J C23 C35 C4j. A
HORACE EMILE PERRET A II E
410 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown, N. J.
Bordentown High School. Scabbarfl and Bladeg Bur-
lington County Club.
MARTIN P. PETERSON
76 L. Maskavas iela, Riga, Latvia
' Civil Engineering
Riga High School. Departmental Basketball C3D C435
Civil Engineering Society: American Society of Civil
Engineers. - A
GLENN ORRIN PETTY 'fb M E
203 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J.
Trenton High School. Chess Team CD C25 C35 C433 En-
dowment Fund Committee C453 Vice-President Chess
Club CSD, President C4j.
JOHN CHRISTIAN PFLAUM 27 A
8445 N. 63d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Track Team CD5
Christian Association Committees C35 C4jg Zelosophic
Society C31 C4jg DeMolay Treasurer C339 West Phila-
delphia High School Clubq Vice-President C4Jg Christian
Association Finance Campaign C455 Endowment Com-
mittee C4Jg Debate Council C4J.
JOSEPH ROSS PHENEGER
S. Main St., Bellefontaine, Ohio '
C'est la Guerre Club.
DOUGLAS MERRILL PHILLIPS 9 A X
134 Lucerne Circle, Orlando, Fla.
Rollins High School. '
THEODORE N. PICK
Hotel Riviera, Newark, N. J.
EDWARD ETHEGELBERT PICKARD
2218 W. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Northeast High School Club.
MADISON WESTCOTT PIERCE XII T
10 Portsmouth Terrace, Rochester, N. Y. ,
Phillips Exeter Academy. Sphinx Senior Soeietyg
Varsity Crew, Manager C419 Dormitory Representative
C133 General Chairman Freshman Banquet: Chairman
Sophomore-Freshman Love Feast: SophomoreLgQVigi-
STEWART W. PIKE ACACIA
1953 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.
Technical High School. Associate Art Editor H1925
Class R.6G0l'ClH'Q Architectural Society.
ROBERT ROWLAND PILCH
296 Bloomfield Ave., Bloomfield, N. J.
Bloomfield Higli School, New York Military Academy.
General Endowment Committee C435 C. A. Drive C33
gj4bMusical Club C25 C3Jg Publicity Manager Musical
LOUIS PINTO A KID A
1624 S. 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Circolo Italiano.
SAMUEL ALLEN PIPPITT A T
Wissahickon Ave. and Queen Lane, German-
town, Pa. Wharton
Asbury Park High School. Sophomore Prom Com-
mitteeg Freshman Reception Committee C315 Chairman
House Parties Committee Junior Weekq Ivy Ball Com-
mittee C4Dg Capital City Club.
ROBERT LUCAS PITFIELD, JR. A XII
5211 Wayne Ave., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown Friends School. Prom Ticket Committee
C353 Germantown Friends School Club: Mask and Wig
Cli1l?3g4? 7Board of Governors C435 Mask and Wig Sh ow
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CHARLES POLIS ,
1218 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Track QU C23 641.
WAYNE ARTHUR POTTER K A fr
Wellsville, N. Y.
Allentown Union School.
HAROLL3 L. POWELL
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Grandview Ave., Hubbard, O.
gtfqgzn School. Crew CD 121 C355 Ohio Club: DeMo1a.y
WALTER EASTBURN POWELL II K A
207 Dartmouth Ave., Swarthmore, Pa.
Frankford High School. "Men about Towne" Club:
American Institute of Electrical Engineering: Engi-
neers' Shown Orchestra C27 C31 MJ, '
RICHARD 'PRETZ dw E K
714 W. Washington St., South Bend, Ind.
Mercersburg-v Academy. Cricket Team C313 Mercers-
burg Clubg Hoosier'Club.
THEODORE PRIGGE E fir 2
477 VV. l4Qd St., New York, N. Y.
HARRY ALBERT PROTZMANN
513 Central St., Union District, Endicott, N. Y.
Union-Endicott High School. .
RUSSELL C. PULLINGER
Flour Town, Pa.
Ambler High-School. Baseball ill.
WILLIAM MCCLAIN PURSELL
716 Qd St., Portsmouth, O.
Portsmouth High School: Culver Military School.
Ohio Club: Culver Club.
Nauyaug College, Shanghai, China. Philadelphia
Chinese Students Club, Treasurer fill, Secretary C3J:
Chinese Banking Club, President QLD. '
HAROLD JACOB. RAPPAPORT KID E A
895 W. End Ave., New York, N. Y.
Far Rockaway High School.
BENJAMIN RAU E A M
312 Clifton Ave., Lakewood, N. J. ' Q
Lakewood High School. Lacrosse CD C2j C47: "Junior
Annals" Business Board: Freshman Cooperative Com-
mittee Clj: Sophomore Vigilance Committee: Sopho-
more Prom Committee: Junior Banquet Committee:
Sophomore Smoker Committee: Senior Endowment
BENJAMIN RAU A XII
Girard College: Temple University. Veterinary Medical
WALTER LEROY RAUDENBUSH
CG'WaVltH llRaudy7! .
1006 Sterling St., Coatesville, Pa. -
Downingtown High School. "
BERTRZAM DELROY REARICK, JR. -
.. Mt., V .
Saranac Lake, N. Y.
Germantown High School.
THEODORE DORN REDUCKA E 412 E
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300 Burritt St., New Britain, Conn.
New Britain High School. Swimming Squad C233 Pants
Fight,Committee C213 Christian Association Committee
C215 Junior Cane Committee: Nutmeg Club: Glee Club
C25 C3Dg German Clubg Zelosophic Literary Society C23
C355 University Dramatic Club CSD. '
THOMAS RAWSON REDWOOD A wiv Z
Bay Pond, N. Y.
ALFRED O. REED K A Q
South 9th St., Olean, N. Y.
Olean High School. '
FRANKLIN HARRIS REEDER, JR.
3932 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Philornathean Society
C31 C415 Naturalists' .Field Club, Vice-President C2j C355
FRANCIS LAUGHLIN REILLY 111 A T
908'N. St. Bernard St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia Catholic High School.
EMERSON GERALD REINSCH II K A
"Jeri-yi' ' .
7th and Lowe Sts., Stuttgart, Ark. '
Kentucky Military Institute.
2167 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Class Track f15 Q25 C35.
CONRAD BAUGER RHEINER X A A
3040 N. Bambrey St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. International Students' House
Committee C45 g Winner of Silver Cup in Mask and Wig
Undergraduate Dramatic Competition: Dramatic Club
C453 Boy Scout Club.
CECIL MERRIMAN RHODES E A E
405 S. 9th St., Estherville, Ia.
Estherville High School. Crew Squad C455 Crew
Regattas C25 C35 145g Iowa Club, Secretary 125, Presi-
dent C35 C455 Mask and Wig Show C45. V
JOSEPH LEE RICE, JR. E 111 Z, B 1' E
811K W. Park St., Butte, Mont.
Helena High School, Kite and Key Society, President
C45g Manager Fencing C45.
PHILIP RICHMAN E T 111
1641 N. 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. Water' Polo Squad
135: Menorah Society.
WILLIAIVI ABRAM RIEGEL, JR. E A
27 Front St., Catasauqua, Pa. ,
Catasauqua High School. Lehigh-Northampton
County Club, Secretary C25.
JACOB ATKINS RIESE CIP A
ffJack!D V t
595 Bergenline Ave., VVest New York, N. Y.
Town of Union High School. Dramatic Club C153
Students' Medical Society C45. A
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WALTER ALDAY RH-IL , T B H
2348 E. Norris St.L Philadelphia-, Pa.
Northeast High School. Department Football C313
Basketball C415 Northeast High School Clubg Civil En-
WALTER J. RITCHER - Z1 KID E
"Jimmy" V .
115 S. lst Ave., The Heights, Lebanon, Pa.
Iiebanon High School.
JOSEPI-LRITTER ' sz T fr, rc A K
211 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa. C
Central Higl1fSchool. Junior Smoker Committeeg Box-
ing Squad C11 C21 C313 Orchestra C21.
WILB UR HIRAM ROBERTS
209 E. 8th St., Erie, Pa.
Erie High School.
MURRELL QORTON ROBINSON A XII
S22 Preston St., Phi1adelpl1ia,'Pa.
West Philadelphia High School, Veterinary Medical
Forest Grove, Pa.
Doylestown High School.
JAMES EDGAR ROGERS A X A
1542 Frederica St., Owensboro, Ky.
Owensboro High School, Swimming Squad C113 Cox-
swain Second 150-pound Crew C319 Varsity Crew Squad
C413 Picture Committee C213 Junior Prom Ticket Com-
mitteeg Kentucky Club, Vice-President C31.
ALBERT BERNARD ROSENTHAL
445 N. Duke St., Lancaster, Ba.
Franklin and Marshall Academy. Wrestling 'Ifeam CSD.
LOUIS C. ROSENSTEIN A
2131 W. Ontario St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Northeast High School. Whitney Society, Officers Club.
RAYMOND FREDERICK ROSS X A A
1515 Peck St., Muskegon, Mich.
- - ' Wharton
Muskegon High School.
PAUL L. ROTHSTEIN
KCPaul3! iiT0b 99
676 Stuyvesant Ave., Irvington, N. J.
N . Wharton
Irvington High School.
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ROWAN, JR.
301 Park Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Manual Training High School.
HENRY HERBERT ROYER
242 Mather Ave., Jenkintown, Pa. i
Jenkintown High School.
924 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. '
RAYMCEXIQ, SEYMOUR RUBINOW
128 S. 50th St., Philadelphia, Pa. .
Townsend Harris Hall, N. Y. City5 Universite De
Lausanne C155 College of City of New York C255 Univer-
sity Forum, President C455 Philomathean Societyg
Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer C35.
CONRAD R. RUCKELSHAUS E X
2835 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, Ind.
Brookes School. Junior Varsity Football C25 C35 C455
Swimming C25 C355 Hoosier Club, President C45.
'CHARLES DELBERT RUSH - E II
West End Hotel, Uniontown, Pa. .
Uniontown High School. Sophomore Prom Ticket
Committee5 Junior Prom Committee.
MAX RUTTENSTEIN B E P
44 Crestwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Lackawanna High,School5 Hutchinson High School.
Banquet Committee C25.
JOHN RYAN 5
6381 Church Rd., Ove1'brook, Pa.
Saint Joseph's Preparatory School. Undergraduate
CLIFFORD LEE SALINGER fb A
Valencia Apts., Cincinnati, O.
Owensboro High School. Football C155 Track 1 5
Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast Committee 2:
Asiatic Night, C155 Kentucky Club: Ohio Clubg Menorah
Society5 Spanish Club.
J . HERMAN SALLEY
Liberal, Kaus. .
Kingman High School5 Fairmont College.
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MORTON H. SANGER fir 2 A
1806 Washington St., Waco, Tex.
Waco High School.
ALPHONSO SANTANGELO -
349 E. Main St., Norristown, Pa.
Norristown High School. Wrestling CD C25 C35 C41 3 Glee
Club C3J C435 Newman Clubg Circolo Italiano.
RICHARD DARLINGTON SCATTERGOOD
"Dick" k K E
115 S. High St., West Chester, Pa.,
Westtomfn Schoolg West Chester High School. Glee
Club C21 C31 C415 Taylor Society.,I
KENNETH ROBERT SCHAAL E lib E
iCK6nn5S iiG0ZdyY, '
1693 Buffalo Rd., Erie, Pa.
Erie Central High School.
RICHARD SCHACHNE, JR. Z A H
88 W. 5th St., Chillicothe, O.
Chillicothe High School. Ivy Week Decorations Com-
mittee: Ohio Clubg DeMolay Club.
5136 Woodcrest Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School.
RAYNIOND ELIAS SCHILLING E CA II
"Two Bitsn "Big Boy" "Ray" HR. Eff
856 YV. Granite St., Butte, Mont.
Butte High Schoolg Montana State Normal College:
Ohio State C2J. Christian Association ,Committee 'Clj
C355 Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast Ticket Com-
mittee CQDQ Endowment Drive Committee C4Jg Rocky
Mountain Club: DeMolay Club, Vice-President C335
Fund News, Undergraduate Editor C4Jg Wedge Club C4J.
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Central High School.
PAUL JOHN FREDERICK SCiHMITT
"Schmitty,' V B' 9 II
2206 Jederson Ave., Toledo, Ohio
Scott High 'Schoolf 4'Th'e Peimsylvaniann Business
Board C21 C31, Circulation Manager C41gPenninia11 Bowl
Committee C215 Advertising Manager filunior Annals"
C315 Wharton Dues Committee C113 Franklin Society
C215 Buckeye Club C21.
ISRAEL .L. SCHOENFELDT
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237 Mulberry St., Reading, Pa.
gfeaglixlg High School. Menorah Societyg Berks' County
RUSSELL CHARLES SCHULER
508 Waring Rd., 'Elkins Park, Pa.
Germantown High School. Junior Varsity Soccer' C219
Varsity Soccer C31 C415 Endowment Drive Committee
C315 Germantown High School Club.
ROBERT MORRIS SCHWARTZ H' A. fir
Brainerd Rd., Chattanooga, Tenn. '
McCallie Preparatory School. Wi'estling Squad C21.
ERNEST SCOTT Z XII, CD B K, CID K B
1917 Panama St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Kent School. "The Pennsylvaniaif' Board C11 C21
C31 C415 Senior Advisor C419 Football, Assistant Manager
C31, Associate Manager C413 President Dormitory
ROBERT DAVIS SEAGRAVES A X A
419 Sloan Ave., West Collingswood, N. J.
Collingswood High School. Ivy Ball Ticket Committee.
GEORGE FINK SEBASTIAN A '11
Reading High School. Veterinary Medical Society.
NIILTON SEGEL K N
11 Arcade, New Britain, Conn.
New Britain High School. Dues Committee C215
Smoker Committee C215 Prom Music Committee C255
Junior Cane Committee: Minor Sports Committee C335
Manager Rifle Team CBJ.
CARL E. SEIFERT K fI2 K
5741 N. Laurence St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Revere High School gfWest Chester State Normal School. C Y -
Education Clubg German Club. l
FRANK SEITCHIK , T A CID
6035 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Media High School. Baseball Cljg Junior Varsity Base-
ball C3Jg Basketball CBJ.
JAMES MORGAN SEWARD
316 Belvedere Ave., Cambridge, Md.
Wharton f- -
Cambridge High School. ' '
SAMUEL F- SHAEFFER
5498 Hays St., Pittsburgh, Pa.. X'
' College . l
Peabody High School. Baseball CD: Varsity Baseball
Squad C2J. 'fb , ,
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ELI SHAPIRO K N ,Q Qiififlyi
14 Jewett Pkwyl Buialo, N. Y. -
Masten Park High School.
MELVIN M. SHAPIRO T E Q
861 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Shamokin High School. "Punch Bowl" Board: Sopho-
more Banquet Committeeg Junior Prom Committee.
LESTER JOHN SHARP E A E
127 S. Duluth Ave.. Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
Washington Hi h Scho l. Friar ni ' ' Assis-
., g o s Se or Society,
tant Manager Soccer C35, Manager C45 5 Varsity Club.
DONALD WEAVER SHAW
Main St. and Whitehall Rd., Norristown, Pa.
Norristovvn High School. Taylor Society.
SAMUEL GODFREY SHEPHERD
5609 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Crew C153 Musical
Clubs Executive Committee C355 Symphony Orchestra
C25, President C35 C45.
JOHN EDWARD SHERIDAN
. "Giza" "Sherrie" "Irish" "Lqfly'i
17 W. Farm St., Waterbury, Conn.
Crosby High School. Nutmeg Club, Vice-President:
Newman Club. ' ' '
NELSON B. SHERRILL, JR. XII T
'76 Amherst St., East Orange, N. J.
East Orange High School. Track Team C15 C25 C35 C457
Joint Indoor Intercollegiate Record Holderg Indoor
Intercollegiate Pole-Vault Champion C25 C353 World's
Indoor Record Holder, 13 feet C453 Prom Committee
C255 Ivy Ball Committeeg Dues Committee C15 C25 C353
WILLIAM REMSEN SHIPWAY E A E
92 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y.
WESLEY HORNING SHIRK
2506 Brown St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Friends Select School. American Institute of Electrical
ARTHUR FRANKLIN SHOTT
-3551 'Bogart Ave., Cincinnati, 0.
Hughes High School.
KENDALL HARRIS SHOYER A X P
415 VV. Chelten Ave., Germantown, Pa.
LAUREN CE SHUMAN E T
B3 Wissahickon Apts., Germantown, Pa.
Frankford High' School. "Men about Towne" Club:
Whitney Engineering Society: Engineers' Show C2j CSD
CAD: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
BARNARD KRAEMER SICHEL
69 Shanley Ave., Newark, N. -J.
Barringer High School.
HARRY SILVERMAN 1
144 E. 4th St., New York, N. Y.
MENDEL SILVERMAN Q 112' E A
Lake Court Apts., Baltimore, Md.
Baltimore City College.
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WILLIA M Sl LVERMAN
405 E. 3d St., Bethlehem, Pa.:
lgitgigegruiligh School. Northampton County Clubg
WILLIAM THARP SIMMONS A T SZ
522-1 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Swimming Squad C13
C235-Wrestling Squad C33 C433 Football Squad C33 C435
Chairman Publicity Committee Asiatic Nightg Chris-
tian Association Board C23.
ABE ALLEN. SIMON A E n, B r 2
1443 South St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Picture Committee C433 Menorah
Societyg Glee Club C23 C33 C435 Taylor Society: Song
MAURICE FREDERIC SIMON fb B A
21 N. Main St., Butte, Mont.
RICHARD KATZ' SIMON
2236 N. 18th-St., Philadelphia,!Pa.
Central High School.
RICHARD LOWENSTEIN SIMON II A 111
1316 Gilpin St., Denver, Col.
East High School: University of Colorado C131 Rocky
MATTHEWS MALONE SIMPSON E A E
502 N. Wood Ave., Florence, Ala.
Coffee High School. Secretary Special class in Archi-
tecture C13g Chairman Class Stunt Committee C233
Class Treasurer and Secretary C239 Editorial Board
"Pennsylvania Triangle"g Architectural Ball Commit-
tee C23g Architectural Society C23.
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ROBERT LOVELAND SINGER B 9 11
413 E. Lancaster Ave., St. Davids, Pa.
Radnor High School. Wrestling Team H159 Squad Q25
L35 C453 University 135-pound Wrestling Champion C15
Banquet Committee C25 C35 9' Luncheon Committee
HENRY ALSTONE SKILTON 'lf T
Tower Hill School. H1925 Class Record" Board.
AARON SCHENITZ SMITH
6759 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. .
Central High School. C'est la. Guerre Club.
DONALD A. SMITH K A 111
325 Glover St., Woodbury, N. J. '
Springfield High School: Central High Schoolg Wood-
bury High School. Track Squad C25 C35 C455 Freshman
Track Team.C15. Glee Club C25 C35 3 Student Leader C45.
LYMAN -SHIREY .SMITH 'H A E
"Jim" "Shi'l'y', H
45921 N. 5th St., Reading, Pa.
Reading High School: Reading Evening 'Extension
School, Berks County Clubg Undergraduate Editorial
Boardof Fund News Q45. 0
LEO SMULEKOFF I if E H
513 Knollwood -Dr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Washingtoxi High Schoolg University of Iowa f15.
HENRY FIELD SIVIYTH, JR.
"Smitty" T B IL A X 2, 2 E.
307 Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa.. X
Chemical Engineering V
Radnor High School. Priestley Club.
JAMES LOVELL SMYTH
219 S. Scott Ave., Glen Olden, Pa.
Swarthmore High School. Q
THOMAS JAMES SMYTH
14 Cummings Rd., Newport, R. 1.
Rogers High School. A
EDWVIN ALLEN SNAPE, JR. A X A
318 VV. Logan St., Germantown, Pa.
Germantown High School. Glee Club C33 C4D.
NATHAN J. SNELLENBURG Z B T
Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia, Pal
Wenonah Military Academy. Football CID, Junior
Varsity Football C355 Pony Polo C3j.
CHESTER B. SNIVELY A X P
112 W. Blain, St., Waynesboro, Pa.
Waynesbo1'o High School. Picture Committee C355
Lutheran Students' Executive Committee C415 Senior
Endowment Committee C4Jg Glee Club Crib.
LEON SOBEL A M E
"Lean W -
57 49 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School.
EARL RAYMOND SOUTHEE
228 Court St., Binghamton, N. Y.
Awards Committee Musical Club C435 C'est la Guerre
Club, Vice-Commander C3J, Commander C4Jg Dormi-
tory Representative C4Jg Glee Club C25 C35 C4J.
MERLE LOUIS SPEER A E II
10902 Pasadena Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Glenville High School. Prom Committee C251 Banquet
Committee CZJ: Taylor Society.
HAROLD THEODORE SPITZNAGEL
"Spitz" T 2 A, 2 E
120 S. Euclid St., Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
Washington High School: Chicago Institute of Art.
Architectural Society C31 C453 President Class in Archi-
ARNOLD JAY STEELE 412 A 9
Adams, N. Y. Q
Castle Heights Military Academy. Lacrosse, Assistant
Manager CSD, Associate Manager C4D: Sophomore Dues
Committee: Junior Banquet Committee: Junior Prom
Committee: Chairman Senior Luncheon Comm ittee:
Undergraduate Editorial Board of Fund News C4J.
VVILLIAM SAMUEL STETN 2 A TI
1641 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.
South Philadelphia High School. C. A. Committee C4j:
Undergraduate Editorial Board of 'Fund News C45.
FRANK LYNWOOD STEINBRIGI-IT
"Lynny', 'I' B TI, H K N
636 Stanbridge St., Norristown, Pa.
Norristown High School. "Men about Towne" Club
C21 CSD, Secretary C4J: American Institute of Electrical
Engineers: Engineers Show CD C23 C31 C4j.
JOHN WARN STENHOUSE Z N11
4824 Pt. Lorna Blvd., Ocean Beach, Calif.
Kent School. Architectural Society: Junior Varsity
Soccer Team C3J C4J: Architectural Class, Vice-Presb
dent CD, President C21 C31 C4J: Chairman Ivy Stone
Competition: Varsity Club.
RUSSELL F. STEPHENS 112 E K
821 Water St., Lewistown, Mont. ,
Fergus County High School. University of Montana
CID: Rocky Mountain Club C2D C3j, President Celj: Glee
Club C25 C35.
ROBERT STERLING Q A
5912 Christian St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Junior Endowment Committeeg
Le-Cercle Francais: Menorah Soeietyg Musical Club C25.
GEORGE GORDON STEVENS ,fb A 9
318 S. Elmer Ave., Sayre, Pa.
St. Agnes School: Sayre High School. Lacrosse Team
C153 "Punch Bowl" Board C25 C35 C45, Art Editor C455
"The Pennsylvanianu Board, C453 Newman Clubg
Assistant Manager Pony Polo C35, Manager C45.
GEORGE WARREN STEVENS
' A T SZ, fll K B
246 VVyncote Rd., Jenkintown, Pa.
Mercersburg Academy. Sphinx Senior Societyg Golf
Team C25 C35 C45, Captain C15 C359 "The Pcnnsylvariianw
Board C15 C25 C35, Editor-in-chief C455 Sophomore Class
Presidentg Chairman Sophomore Vigilance Committee:
Franklin Society: Undergraduate Council C453 Athletic
Council C453 Senior Advisorg Council on Welfare and
Student Activities C45.
ANDREW J. STEWART
221 VV. Rogers Ave., Merchantville, N. J.
Camden High School. Glee Club C45: Camden High
School Club. C
JAMES DONALD STODDARD E 11
501 N. .Market St., East Palestine, Ohio
East Palestine High School. Band C15 C25 C353 Instru-
mental Club C25.
BYRON JOACHIM STOLAROFF' Z B T
V lczstollyn rcByrs M1-vexxa
160.1 N. Campbell St., El Paso, Tex.
New Mexico Military Institute. Soccer C155 Rocky'
EUGENE THEODORE STONE fb A E
68 S. WVasiliitngton' St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Wilkes-Barre High School. Luzerne County Club:
Students' Medical Society
MORTON STONE I1 A 112'
135 Cent-ral Park INest, New York, N. '
DeWitt Clinton High, School. Tennis Team C15 C35 C455
Business Associate' H1925 Class Record"5 Freshman
Dues Committee5 Sophomore Prom Committeeg Junior
Prom Committee5 Endowment Committee.
CHARLES E. STOVER
1003 3d St., Juniata, Pa.
Juniata High School.
ROBERT AUGUST STREETER A
"Bohn K A, il K B
717 Frost Rd., Waterbury, Conn: V
Crosby High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Freshman
Track Teamj Freshman Cross Country Team5 "Red
and Blue" Board5 President of Senior Class5' Chairman
Undergraduate Councilg Wharton School Honor Ex-
amination Committee C35 C455 Council on Welfare and
Student Activitiesg Council on Athletics C455 Associate
Manager Track Team C455 Spade Man. '
CARL OLEWILER STRICKLER
1003 E. Market St., York, Pa.
York High Schoolg York County Academy.
DONALD WESCOTT SUDELL
"Don" T B II, E' E
4-76 Gerhard St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Sigma Xi5 Whitney Societyg
"Men about Townef' Club.
FRANCIS WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN
1608 Jenny Lind- St., McKeesport, Pa.
McKeesport Technical High School. Football C15,
Sorub C255 Junior Varsity C35 C455 Boxing C15 C25 C35 C455
Baseball C155 Winner Penniman Bowl Boxing Contests
C15 C255 Undergraduate Council5 Chairman Picture
Committee C455 Chairman Decorations Junior Smoker5
Endowment Committee C455 Freshman, Reception
Committee C455 Vice-President Newman Club5 Chair-
man.Senior Class Committee of Newman Club Dance:
Chairman Class Fights C45.
JOHN PAUL' SULLIVAN ' A T Q
43 Passaic Ave., Passaic, N. J.
Passaic High School. Junior Banquet Committee.
WILLIAM FRANCIS SULLIVAN, JR.
1608 Jenny Lind St., McKeesport, Pa.
Mclieesport High School. Football C11 C41, Junior
Varsity C21 C19 Freshman Reception Committee.
IRV IN I. SUMMERS K N
817 Hamilton Blvd., Hagerstown, Md. '
Hagerstown High School. Lacrosse C119 "Punch Bowl"
Board AC21 CQS1, Business Manager C413 Endowment
Drive Committee C415 H1925 Class Recordng Franklin
Society, Board of Managers.
LEWIS W. SUTHERLAND A E KID
168 Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y.
St. John's Manlius. '
DONALD MACKENZIE SWAN 9 A X
Hancock, Md. Wharton
Hagerstown High School. Friars Senior Society: Frank-
lin Literary Societyg Freshman Football: Freshman
Crew: Pennsylvania Olympic Crewg Water Polo C31 C415
Varsity Crew C31 C415 Business Manager H1925 Class
Record"5 Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast Ticket
Committee, Christian Association Subscription Driveg
Chairman Novelties Committee, Junior Banquet.
H. JAMISON SWARTS - , A Z1 dv
516 Pennsylvania Ave., Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira Free Academy, Mercersburg Academy. Sphinx
Senior Societyg Track, Assistant Manager C31, Manager
C413 Undergraduate Council C41.
JOSEPH HASKELL SWEET
111 Colby St., Rochester, N. Y. V
Rochester East High School. Senior Week Committee.
ABRAHAM ARNOLD TANNENBAUM
"Tawny" "Arnie" KID B A
125 Third St., Lakewood, N. J. '
Lakewood High School.
EARLE CHADLER TAYLOR
Kennett Square, Pa.
FREDERICK CHESTER TAYLOR ACACIA
512 W. 9th St., Chester, Pa.
Chester High School. 1
JOSEPH C. TAYLOR 112 K' E
Chestnut Hill Academy. Chestnut Hill Academy Cl ub,
President 135. '
PAUL EDWARD TAYLOR
620 Quincey Ave., Scranton, Ba.
Scranton Central High School. Taylor
ROBERT BOYD TAYLOR
Q9 Lincoln Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
Lansdowne High Sch ool.
HARRY C. TEMPLE
Lewis High School: Shattuck Military School. Track
Team CD3 Editor-in-chief H1925'-Class Recordng Ticket
Committee Ivy Bally Franklin Society.
LINUS EVERAL TENNANT A 'I'
4817 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. "Pennsylvanian" News
Editor: Executive Committee flbg Prom Committee
BEN J. TEPPER Z B T
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Culver Military Academy. Franklin Societyg "Red and
Blue" Board C25 C35, Advertising Manager C455 Asso-
ciate Editor "Class Record" C453 Secretary Freshman
Classy Freshman-Sophomore Love Feast Committee
C253 Banquet, Chairman Speakers C255 Vigilance Com-
mittee C255 Prom Committee C253 Chairman Tickets
Junior Prom C359 Chairman Non-Signatory Fraternities
Endowment Drive C45 3 Senior Advisor C453 Culver-Club,
President C455 Hoosier Club.
NICHOLAS FRANCIS TETI A fb A
1131 Christian St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Circolo Italiano.
CHARLES HOWARD THOMAS
921 6 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Frankford High School. Philomathean Society
ROY ALLEN THOMAS, J R.
503 Haws Ave., Norristowvn, Pa.
Norristown High School.
WILLIAM. YOUNG THOMPSON
2030 WV. Ontario St., Philadelphia, Pa..
Germantown High School. "Towne Scientific School
Journal" C25 C355 "Men about Towne" Club: Whitney
Societyg American Institute of Electrical Engineersg
Engineers' Show C15 C25 C35 C45.
FARRAR TILNEY, JR.
450 Park Ave., Leonia, N. J.
Manual Training High School.
JULIUS HENRY TOLSON E T KID, A B X
2205 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. .
School of Education
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Squad C15g Gym Team C15 C25 C453 Crew C27 C43-
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CHARLES SAMUEL TOMLINSON K Q K
539 Arthur St., Fox Chase, Pa..
Frankford High School. Education Club. '
REGINALD AUGUSTUS TOOKE II K A
Munnsville, N. Y.
Munnsville High School. Varsity Lacrosse 141.
"T1'acty" "Mannie', 4
3221 Monument Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High School. Boxing Team CBJ, Captain Cjljg
Arts Association, Vice-President C453 .Central High
EMANUEL MARKS TRAGER
3863 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, O. v
Hughes High School. -
FRANKLIN FOUCHE TRAINER, JR.
"Doc" A X P
420 Meadowbrook Rd., St. Davids, Pa.
Radnor High School. Swimming Squad' CZD C35 141.
CLARENCE TREEGER H A QI,
"Claw-ic" "lVIac" "General"
Hotel Hamilton, 143 W. 73d St., New York,
N. Y. '
DeWitt Clinton High School. Sophomore Picture
GEORGE VVEAKS TROUSDALE A T A
117 Hudson Lane, Monroe, La. ,
Ouachita High School.
PAULslg. TYROLER Z B T
2323 Juliet St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles High School. Photographic Editor H1925
Class Record"9 Junior Cane Committee: Rocky Moun-
tain Cluhg Non-Signatory Fraternity Representative
C. A. Drive C45.
ROBEBE' IIS. ULMAN II A fb
405 W. 3d St., Oil City, Pa.
Oil City High School. Crew C15 czpg Band C15 C25 C33
g1I5libi5Sli1Dh0f1Y O1'ChG5tl'FIf C25 C35 C45Q Instrumental
DARWIN HECKMAN URFFER T E A
2937 Nicholas St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Central High' School9 School of Industrial Art. Archi-
tectural Society C35 C455 Art Editor H1925 Class
ge5ord"9 Chairman Pageant Committee Architects'
HYMAN URKEN 23 A M
932 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J. A
Bordentown Military Institute.
HARRY LEROY VANDERFORD A X P
1225 Herbert St., Frankford, Pa.
Frankford High School. Hexagon Senior Society9
Pictorial Board "The Pennsylvaniann C45Q "Pennsyl-
vania Triangle" C25 C35, Publicity Manager C459
Banquet Committee C155 "Men about Towne" Club
C15 C25 C35, President C459 Musical Club C25 C359 Sym-
phony Orchestra C359 Band C15 C25 C359 Mask and Wig
Show C454 Whitney Society.
JOHN PHILIP VAN DERHOOF
34th St. and Powelton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
.Butler CPa.5 High School.
JOHN HAROLD VENMAN B I' Z, A E P
692 Buffalo St., Jamestown, N. Y.
Jamestown High School. Debating Team C25 C35,
Captain C455 Philomathean Society.
JOSEPH ELLIS VOSS CID K II, K fb K
2549 E. Indiana Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Roman Catholic High School. Smoker Committee C353
Zelosophic Societyg Education Club, Newman Club.
CHARLES MAYNARD WAGNER K A CID
2016 Kennedy Ave., Baltimore, hid.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Baltimore Club: Glee
Club C35 C45.
JOSEPH WESTBAY WALKER CID K 'Il
606 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie, Pa.
V Wharton l
Carnegie High School. "Red and Blue" Board C25 C35, -
Business Manager C45: Class President C153 Vigilance
Committee C253 Undergraduate Council: President
Franklin Society' C455 Chairman Senior Endowment
Comifnitteeg Assistant Manager Ice Hockey C359
Steering Committee Junior Week C35, Senior Week C455
Interfraternity Ball Committee C45.
STEWART MCCULLOCH WALKER
1861 VVynnewood Rd.. Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School.
WVILLIAM WOOD WALTERS ACACIA-
Turner Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. '
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JOSEPH WILLIAM WALTON XII r
St- Davld S, Pa- . '
Haverford Schoolg Pennsylvania Military College C25. N 1
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SAMUEL WANDER I
131 7th Ave., McKeesport, Pa. V ' '
McKeesport High School: Duquesne University.
NING WANG .
Peking, China ' Wharton
GUY ST. JOHN WARNER. I A fp 2
120 5th Ave., Roselle, N. J. ,
Roselle High School. 1
EMANUEL WARTELS f ' I I
95'W. 119th St., New York, N. Y.
" f f A V 'S fWh'arton
DeWitti Clinton' High School. '
"Ma1z1ty"- i ' . AJ.
'WILLIAM HERBERT WATTERSON '
, ."BilV' . . A XA
1969 E. 82d St., Cleveland, Ohio ' ' ' '
' A V College
Mount Herman School, Football Squarl CD' C25 ?.Swim-
ming Squad C4Dgl Endowment Fund Committee, C4Jg
dent 4 l ve and Club
Penn-Hernion Club,,I'resi, C J: Ce l , ,
Vice-President C411 Fencers' Club C23 CBI. .
LINDSAY MURIE WEBSTER E A
GiLin75 EKDan!7 6CNOa4h97
209 Crescent St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Technical High School. Christian Asso-
ciation Drive Committee CD.
FRANK C. VVEILER 2 I1
Q4 E. Walnut St., Reedsville, Pa.
Reedsville High School.
CHARLES JUCH LWEINSIOCK A T A
155 E. 22d St., New York City
New York Military Academy. Track CD. C3lg Soccer
CD5 Puneh Bowl Board C25 C35 C413 Dormitory Repre- ,
sentative C115 Executive Committee CD3 Love Feast
Committee VCD: Banquet Committee C251 Chairman
Sophomore Vigilance Committee: Rally Committee C2D.
"Joe" "We'inie', , ,
4927, Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' n
Central High-School. N
MILTON WEIXELBAUM T E Q
VVesthan1pton Beach, Y.
- 'f '- 4 Wharton
High School of Commerce. '
CLAYTON' SOUTHGATE WETZEL E II
"C'layt,' "Rein , '. ' ' V
115 Walnut Ave., Wayne, Pa. , '
X ' f . .. VVharton
Radnor High School, Wayne. Picture Committee C255
Glee Club C25 C33 C415 Musical, Club C313 Mask and Wig
Chorus C3j. , '
LEMOINE C. WHEELER , E, ,- ,A TASZ
. ffwtma' ' . '
57 Dorchester Rd.. Browncroft, Rochester, NEY.
St. John's ,Manliusf Military Schczol. 'f1925 Class
Record" Board C413 Vigila.nce"Corninittee C213 Prom
Committee, CSD: Vice-President Senior Class C415 Gen-
eral Chairman Interfrateriiity Ball C43 g Rochester Club,
President C4D. '
COURTLAND YARDLEY 3D A Q
-V rccyouirtxa Hogg: , Q Lf-
6611 N. 10th St., Oak Laney Pa. -
U 1 " ' A' 4 'College
Central High School. "Junto" Literary Staff C39 C499
Fraternity Endowment Committee .C4J'7 Frank V-Miles
Day Prize C2l. , -
EARL E. WHITE X A A
"E. E." "Wh'itey',
-Redwood, N. Y. YV ' ' ' ' -A '
-- - 3 ' fWharton
Redwood High School. Associate Editor H1925 Class
Record." ' ' , .
JAMES DARLINGTQN'WHITEi X, is ritz
"Jim', . -. ' - , 2, Q I,
337 ,Charles St., Coatesville, Pa.
, - ., ' ., , , '.'. 'Wharton
Girard!College. Girard Club, President.C4Qg Glee Club
C47.u A Y 7 1 U' 1
JOSEHI-3 ANTHONY WHITE
4009 Haverford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' ,
, ' Civil Engineering
West Philadelphia High School. Departmental Crew
C35 OU: Football C455 Newman Clubg "'Men about
Towne" Club C3J f4Jg Civil Engineering Society.
WILLIAM PETER WHITE EV X
211 S. Virginia Ave., Carrolton,.Mo. -
V 'A V I Wharton
LOUIS HENRY WHITEI-IEAD
X "Louie, "Whitey"
Troy High School. Zelosophic Literary Society.
HENRY RALPH 'WI-IITEMAN
ccljauln Y -
Q7 Ferry St., South River, N. .I. Q
- 4 Wharton
South River.High School. Band Cllg Orchestra Q19 123.
HENRY COIT WILLIAMS iii' K X11
Q4-6 Tora Ave.,,Youngstown, O. -
Rayen High School. Golf KD ISD C415 Assistant Manager
Swimming Team C3j, Manager 145.
JOHN. RASMUSSEN' WILLIAMS, JR. XII 'I'
120 E. Walnut Ave., Merchantville, N. J.
Varsity' Baseball C33 OD.
LEO FRANCIS WILLIAMS
58 Spring St., South Norwalk, Conn.
Norwalk High School: Columbia University. Nutmeg
Club: Newman Club.
DAVID POND CWILLIS E A E
205 Crestmont Terrace, Collingswood, N. J.
Collingswood 'High School. Football C139 Kite and Key
Society, President C43. -
C. ALBERT WILSON E CID E
HAZ!! SKC' A-95
115 Front St., Greenport, N. Y.
Greenport High School. Friars Senior Society: Water
Polo C33, Captain C433 Business Board "Red and Blue"
C33 C435 Business Board H1925 Class Record"g Sopho-
more Prom Ticket Committee: Junior Prom Trans-
portation Committeeg Chairman Signatory Fraternities
Senior Endowment Fund Comrnitteeg Wharton Cabinet
C33 C433 Franklin Society: Glee Club C239 Mask and Wig
SLBOW C23 C339 Assistant Manager Cricket C33, Manager
FRANK GOVER WILSON, JR. A K E
6137 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
West Philadelphia High School. Football C13: Editor
"The Pennsylvaniann C13 C23 C33 C43.
GEORGE A. WILSON E X
210 S. Main St., Middletoivn, Ohio'
WALTER WILLIAM IVILSON dv A9
Topeka High School.
ALFRED CORRIN WILT
NAZ1: ccGasSyra A
710 13th St., Franklin, Pa. '
Franklin High School. Glee Club C33 C435 Instrumental
Club C13 C233 Orchestra C23.
MAXWELL J. WINDERMAN
545 Moore St., Philadelphia., Pa.
South Philadelphia. High School.
ROBERT L. L. WINDSOR
329' Cascade St., Fergus! Falls, Minli.
K A li?
Shattuck- Schoolg Peddie Institnteg Fergus High School.
Chairman Junior .Prom Decoration Comrnitteeg ,Are
rangements Committee Senior Luncheon 013. H
MEMS! 3 I
618 Carlisle Pl., Chattanooga, Tenn.
' ' Architecture
Chattanooga High School.
6803 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Germantown High School. Scabbarrl
HOWARD ANDREW WITHEY
, "Krick" f'Whiihey',
135 Maple Ave.,,Wellsville, .N. Y.
Wellsville High School.
BYRON LEE WOOD
829 Boyd Stl, Watertown, N. Y.
Watertown High School,
A E 415
FRANK B, WOODFORD ' A T A, A B'X
654 Hazelwood Ave., Detroit, lVIich.
Detroit Northern High School. Hillsdale College.
ROBERT NORMAN WOODRUFF K A
SKBOIJQJ ClW00dy!7 iKN0Tm!B
Boston Post Rd., Fairfield, Conn.
Pennington School. Football CD9 Third Varsity Crew
C373 Junior Varsity Crew 1395 Senior Endowment Com-
mitteeg Nutmeg Club CD, Secretary f2Dg Dramatic
Club 131: Varsity Club 141.
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J. WAYNE WRIGHTSTONE
"Jay', A H E,-jK 'IYK
Shiremanstown, Pa. ' '
5 . . A A . Education
Mechanicsburg High School. Undergraduate Council
2455 Endowment Committee C455 Luncheon Committee
455 Smoker Committee 'C355 Reformed ViceLPresident
of Christian Association C455 Personal Work Committee
C455 Eddy Committee C355 Zelosophic Society C25-C35,
President C455 Education Club5 Football C355 Varsity
Lacrosse C25 C35.
JOHN WUERTZ " ' ,
I4 Penn Ave., CollingsWOQd, N. J. A
' Chemical Engineering
Hammonton High School.
WILLIAM PLATT YANKAUER Z B T
Far Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. - ' Wharton
Far Rockaway High School. .Football C155 Lacrosse C15
C255 Hoekcy.C25.. I g 1
ROBERT WILLIAM ZEHRING
"Bohn HZGCIH ' 411 K WP, Q K B
33 Oxford Ave., Dayton, Ohio A
Steele High School, Sphinx Senior Society: Soccer
Assistant Manager C35, Associate Manager C455 Presi-
dent ,Penn-State Soccer League C192455 Business Board
"Red and Blue" C15 'C25 C35 C455 Social Service Comf
mittee C35 C455 Ticket Committee Freshman-Sophomore
Love Feast C255 Speakers' Committee Sophomore
Smoker C255 Class Dues.Committee C255 Intercollegiate
Conference Committee C255 Secretary of the Wharton
Association C355 Speakersl Committee Junior Banquet:
Chairman Fraternity Committee5 Eddy-Campaign C355
Dorm Representative C155 Chairman Senior Advisors
C455 Kite and Key Society C35 C455 'Ohio Club, Vice-
President' C35. '
PHILIP ZINMAN I E A
4001 York Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. '
Central High School. A
SAMUEL ZOLLET T . ' ,,
"ZoZl"' ' .
2035 E. Moyamensing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
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CLASS OF 1927
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faculty into close relation, and serve to promote
better feeling toward our University in the various
preparatory schools from which the men come.
These clubs are the medium through which the
advantages of Pennsylvania are set forth before
these schools, and the best men obtainable are
induced to come here.
Honor societies, as Well, share a place in the
firmament with these organizations. It is the
ambition of every student to some day place after
his name the coveted mark of one or more of these
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Treasurer . . . WILLIAM N. FREYER
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later in the year.
addressed us on the subject of "The Inside Story of Journal
spoke on the "Folk Lore of the Kentucky Nlountaineers.,
Dum Burlw James Stephens, the great Irish poet, talked on the subject of
'cMy Own Stuff," on February 24. For the first time in many
years, every seat in the auditorium was taken and many were turned away.
An entire evening was given over to the Arts Association J ollitication on January 17, probably the
most successful everheld. James Montgomery Flagg, of Life, and Frank Godwin of "Vignettes of Life'
fame of the S atufrclay Evening Post, held the audience spellbound by their stories and talks. Following
them there were exhibitions of magic, musical numbers, singing, and plenty of refreshments.
The class has always taken a large part in the work of the Association. In our irst year, J. L
Patton and E. Scott were appointed to the Executive Committee. In the second year, W. Lingel
bach was added to the number. Our Junior year found us with Lingelbach as Secretary and Keogh
and Nlandes on the Executive Committee.
IVhen the time for elections rolled by, at the end of our third year, WV. E. Lingelbach, Jr., had
been elected President and IVI. Trachtenberg, V ice-President: lXIitchell, Scott, and Patton repre-
sented us on the Executive Committee.
On account of the illness of the President, the affairs of the Association were for a time managed
by Frank Murdoch, its Secretary. With his recovery, President Lingelbach once more took the reins
and steered the way to the achievement of one of the most successful seasons in the history of the
IVIONG the many changes which have taken place
during the past four years is the Renaissance of the
Arts Association. This organization, the earliest of the
many departmental societies, has for years .brought many
famous lecturers to Pennsylvania and has served to foster a
During the past year we have been fortunate in having a
series of lectures which proved to be popular and worth while
to the student body at large. The first of these was Clayton
Hamilton, dramatic critic, who spoke in the auditorium of
College Hall on November 4. His subject was "The Plays
of Sheridan? This lecture was much appreciated and
served to arouse the interest in the speakers who followed
On November 18, Thomas L. Masson, former editor of Lzfe
ismf' On January 14, Percy MacICaye, poet and dramatist
FRAZIER MURDOCI-I LINGELBACI-I DE BRIER COMROE
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Presiclcrzt . .
VVILLIAM E. LINGELBACH
GRAERIE FRAZIER, Chairman
J. LEE PATTON
CHARLES E. RILEY, JR,
DANIEL DE BRIER
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O THOSE of us who are now leaving the Wh2L1'tO11 School,
after spending four pleasant, and, we hope, profitable
years, comes a realization of the real worth of the
Wfharton Association. 'When we entered the University as
Freshmen, in IQQQ, most of us paid our dues and joined the
Association because it was the thing to do or because we did not
know just what the upper elassmen would do to us if we did not
part with our dollar, anyway, few of us realized then what it
was all about.
YVe soon came to learn of some of its merits, for it was only a
short time until a smoker was held, primarily to get us, as
Freshmen, together and become better acquainted with each
other and with our instructors and to learn something about
the school. In addition to the smokes and refreshments, several
good speakers were present from the faculty and everyone
enjoyed the evening. I A
As time passed, during the four years that we have been
here, many lectures have been given under the direction of the
Association. The lecturers were usually prominent business
men from the city or vicinity, brought here for the purpose of
better acquainting us with our work and the problems that we will come in contact with now
that we are through with our work here. The lectures were always fairly well attended, and
it is to be hoped that many of us received suggestions from them that have proved, or will prove,
beneficial to us.
One of the primary objectives of the Association was to help conduct the Honor System which,
at the end of our Freshman year, the faculty and undergraduate body decided to suspend temporarily.
Since this has been taken away from the Association, it has been attempting to make itself as useful
and beneficial to the student body as possible and also looking forward to the time when it will be
considered advisable to revive the system.
During the past year the organization has been under the leadership of lVI. V. Brewington,
President, and a Secretary and a Treasurer from the Junior class, and although not particularly
active, it has, nevertheless, contributed its bit to the betterment of the University. One of the high
spots of this year's activities was a debate between the Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma
fraternities on the respective merits of the College and VVharton School. This, we are proud to say,
was ably won by our own Wlharton honorary fraternity, which proves the worth of that particular
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HE SESSION of 1924-Q5 is still rather young, and
we can make but a short report. In the Beaux Arts
Competition we find in the first projet fifteen first
mentions awarded and eight second mentions. In the
second projet, Holcomb scored with a second medal, while
ten others received first mention and five second mention,
In the third projet, J. A. Bower received a well-earned
second medal and eight others received first mention.
Wlhile the third projet was in progress, several took an
archeological projet and in this, Yang received a medal on
an exceptionally fine drawing while five others received
awards of first mention. The Wlarren Prize Ca short three-
day problemj was won by Yang, and Evans received a
mention. The second preliminary of the eighteenth Paris
, Prize has recently been held and our competitors are Kahn,
DmnLwird Evans, J. A. Bower, and E. Snyder. The fourth projet,
which includes the NIunicipal Prize, is now under way. The Ivy Day Competition was
won by Richard Pretz.
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. The Engineering and Graphics Department are well taken care
of by Professors Nolan and Wlhitney and Assistant Professor Parker, while Professor
Wlheelwright, a new member of the faculty, is giving a course in Landscape Architecture.
As is customary, this department held a Freshman Smoker which also includes a little
entertainment by the Vigilance Committee. '
The annual Smock Fight was held between Sophomores and Juniors. In spite of a
violent attack upon the part of the Juniors they were overcome by the weight of Vlulmbcrs
of the Sophomores plus the use of two smocks.
The event of the year, the Fine Arts Grand Pageant and Ball of April 17, meant Work
for everyone. The large drafting-room of the Fine Arts Building was used and was dec-
orated entirely by the students, managed by Darwin Urffer. ,
John Lane Evans Won the competition for the scheme of decorating the drafting-room.
The Committee on Decoration was composed of Nlartin, Nadir, Pownall, Tucker, Jacobsen,
Knight, Pavloff, Ellis, and Evans.
Unusual decorating effects were used to create the atmosphere of a court scene before,
a temple in ancient Thebes during festivities to the sun god, Amen-Ra.
The Walls of the drafting-room were decorated in a vivid and colorful manner. For the
most part, shades of red were used for the Walls, which varied from the warmer tones near
the base to lighter shades abovef These colors Werecontrasted with deep purples and
yellows, making a scene of startling beauty. In order to enhance the coloring, numerous
lighting effects were employed, which Were supplemented by many colored streamers and
banners, making a glorious scene and Wonderful dance long to be remembered.
FINE ARTS STUDENT COUNCIL
President ..........,......, FRANK Bownn
Vice-President . . . .ALEX C. SUTHERLAND
Secretcwy , . . . .J. RAY CARROLL
Treasurer . , .. .PHILIP W. CREER
President . . . . .ELDREDGE SNYDER
Vice-President . . . . X7ERLE L. ANNIS
Secretary . . . . . VVARD W. FENNER
' Treasurer ....... W. FRANK BOWER,
GEORGE B. ALLISON JOHN C. MACCALLUNI
GEORGE H. BUTERBAUGH BRITON MARTIN
HERVE1' P. CLARK TRUMAN J. TVIATHEWS
JOHN L. EVANS SHAMOON H. NADIR
HOWARD KNIGHT IRVING B. PARSONS
ALFRED G. LINDBLAD STEWART W. PIKE
AARON A. SPENSER
HAROLD T. SPITZNAGEL
JOHN W. STENHOUSE
ERNEST F. TUCKER, JR
DARWIN H. URFFER
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N 1921 the four departmental engineering societies
decided no longer to go their way alone, but to combine
into a single organization. Two representatives were
appointed from each society, and the Engineering Asso-
ciation was organized. Its main purpose is to foster
better cooperation between its members and the faculty.
The four societies that comprise the Association are: The
American Institute of Electrical Engineers, The Wlhitney
Society for lVIechanical Engineers, The Civil Engineering
Society, and The Priestley Club for Chemical Engineers
This Association includes among its members the com-
paratively newly formed Nloore School of Electrical Engi-
l neering. The creation of this school in 1921 was made
possible by the bequest of the late Alfred Fitler lVIoore,
and is now a distinct unit in the engineering group. The
I present Senior Class in this school holds the unique
position of being the first one which has completed four
years of study in the lVIoore School under the capable
superintendence of Dr. Harold Pender, who was formerly
head of the Electrical Engineering Department in the Towne Scientific School. This de-
partment is represented in the Engineering Association by the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers mentioned above.
Dean F razor
An Executive Committee consists of the presidents and secretaries of the four societies,
and a president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer elected by all the members. The
officers of the Association are: President, Edward Bennett: Vice-President, Adrian Borches,
Secretary-Treasurer, Robert NIills.
The Association gives to all the new men at the beginning of the year a rousing re-.
ception in the form of a smoker. The new men are made to feel at home and are given an
opportunity to get acquainted with their classmates. During the year many lectures on
engineering subjects are given by men whom the association obtains.
Now you have an idea of the close cooperation and organization that prevails. Not
only does the Association boast of its organization, but also of its active men. A list of
these will refute the popular conception that engineers are too busy to do their bit in
P-resident . . . . EDWARD H. BENNETT, C.E.
V ice-Pfre.s-ident . . . . :IDRIAN BORCHERS. M.E.
Secretary- Treaszmr , . ROBERT IIIILLS, EE.
IV. V. INIERRIHUE C. L.-LUDENSLAGER
H. IV. STEINI-rom' F. KRING
' The engineers that we point to with pride are:
Edward Bennett: "Eddie, is known the campus over
for his work on the varsity crew and football team. As
evidence of his popularity and ability he was elected to
Friars Senior Society. His brother engineers made him
President of Hexagon Senior Society and the Engineering
Association. ,He is also a member of the Sigma Tau
Robert Osborn: Bob has a wealth of humor and per-
sonality. He is the far-famed "Oz,,' columnist of the
daily "Pennsylvanian." Also an editor on the "Red and
Bluew and the "Pennsylvania Triangle." He represents
the Nloore Electrical School on the Undergraduate
Council, is a member of the Hexagon and Sigma Tau, and
is President of the Eta Kappa Nu honorary engineering
fraternity. He is a member of the Sphinx Senior Society.
VVillard lVIerrihue: "lWerry', accomplishes a tremendous
Dean Pemlffr amount of work for the University. He is Editor-in-Chief
of the "Pennsylvania Triangle" and has brought it to a
position where it won the intercollegiate cup for technical magazines. He is President of
the Priestley Chemical Society, a member of the "Men about Townei' Club, and is Presi-
dent of the Alembic Chemical Society and the Roaring Lions Club. He was elected to the
Alpha Chi Sigma and besides he has had honors of Hexagon and Sigma Tau conferred
Carroll R. Headley: C'Jack', represents the Towne Scientific School on the Under-
graduate Council. His record of four years in the Nlask and Wlig show is an enviable one.
He has also been in the engineering show two years. Nlany important committees have
fallen his way during his college career. The highlesteem in which he is held culminated
in his election to Hexagon Senior Society. A
Others who have forged to the front are numerous, but we can only mention a few of
them. Leroy Vanderford, President of 'cMen about Towne" Club, editor on "Triangle',
and "Pennsylvanian"g Hexagon Senior Society. Gus Goetz and Frank Hensel: Varsity
crew. Sam Baily: Varsity soccer and Hexagon. J. VV. Emling: Crew coxswain g and other
leaders in activities. . A
This year a campaign was made to get every man in some form of activity. The Asso-
ciation has been instrumental in maintaining the present high scholastic standing of the
Engineering School. These are the things in which the Association is interested and it
believes it can accomplish its aims by promoting harmony and understanding between the
engineers and the rest of the University.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA STUDENT CHAPTER
. CHARLES E. LAUDENSLAGER Secretary . . . WILLIIM W DONNELII
Vifve-Preszfdent .... E. J
Presidwzl .... .
J. L. Cox
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G. W. DONOVAN
E. A. DUMAS
R. S. FIRTII
E. J. FI,EIsr:IIIx1ANN
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Treasurer . . . KI3IxIxI:TII VX BIWTTII3
W. H. JAIIIESON
M. C. KNIIBE
W. F. ICOELLE
C. E. LAUDENSLAGER
L. I. LIMEBERG
J. E. ROBINSON .
F. H. SILIRP
E. B. SQNNIIEITI
J. H. LEVY
H. E. RIANN
C. K. MII.I,I:Ii, JR.
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J. B. Pm
J. R. SIIITII
WHITNEY ENGINEERING SOCIETY
President . . . . . .F. VV. KRING, JR.
Vvlce-Premldent . . . . F. H. PENNELL
Secretary-Treasurer . . .R. G. STAFFORD
R. A. :XBBOTT
A. V. H. BORCHERS
IV. A. BROWN
F. A. BURK, Qd
J. D. BURKE
R. J. DELONG, Qd
NI. VV. DODSON
J. P. EARP
J. TNI. EJNTXVISLE
F. R. FARROXV
J. V. FERDINAND
C. S. HAZEL
F. G. HENSEL
J. F. HORRISBERGER
D. R. HOWE
P. R. LUTZ
F. S. LESTER
T. C. IVIOBRIDE, JR.
W. H. MITOMI
J. A. MORGAN
S. J. NEEDS
L. C. ROSENSTEIN
F. W. KRING, JR.
D. VV. SUDELL
W. J. THOMPSON
H. L. VANDERFORD
J. R. RULON
D. M. STACKHOUSE
B. E. DEMARE
R. H. BORGENSEN
H. C. HOGAN
R. H. BRADBURY
O. C. CRESSON
J. G. SMITH, JR.
I. S. IARKIN
W. J. NIACK
F. H. PENNELL
J. W7AN ARSD.-XLEN
R. G. STAFFORD
Z. L. VVOBENSMITH
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PRIESTLEY CHEMICAL SOCIETY
President . . . . . VVILLARD V. MERRIHUE
Vice-President . . . . JOHN H. RUSHTON
Secretary . . . . . ROBERT R. VALLEE
R. W. CLEMENCE
. . CARL R. DOLMETSCH
WV. B. MOTISHER
G. T. HALBERSTADT
J. F. SACHSE
W. R. DOI-IAN
H. A. AMEISEN '
L. R. DALLETT F. J. SHROY
W. R. DOHAN E. S. SNYDER
C. B. EGOLF R. R. VALLEE
C. G. GROSSCUP H. G. HILLBORN
J. F. HARRON W. H. BAUMGARTNER
W. J. HINDMAN J. E. CARNEY
L. E. HOEGSTOEL N . S. CHAMBERLAIN
W. A. JACK H. B. CHAMBERS
WV. J. JKINDERMAN H. VV. COWARD
W. V. OVERBAUGH P. J. DOWD
J. E. ROBERTS H. W. FIELD
J. H. RUSI-ITON R. M. FITCH
J. F. SACHSE J. FULD
F. W. VVILSON E. R. FREDERICKS
C. M. AMBLER W. G. HENSEL
H. A. AMEISEN T. JOHNSON
J. H. BOOTH W. M. MEAD
J. P. BUTTON J. T. TVICGRATPI
J. G. BUTZ C. W. MOORE
A. F. CRISFIELD R. S. RUNK
H. FLETCHER J. A. STARKEY
W. A. LALAND R. N. VANBLUNK
W. M. LEE W. R. W7ANMETER
D. S. MERRITT C. ZAI-IN
R. B. TVIULLER J. A. JRALPH
J. CONNON T. F. SCHAEFFER
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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
MOORE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
l3I'l!8Z.ClC7lf ..,., H. II'. STEINIIOEI' Secretary ..., J. W. EMLING
I7'l.C6-PFHSZICIUIIII . . . J. T. N.-IUGIITON. JR. T-reasmcr . , . F. L. STEINBRIGI-IT
C. L. :IPKER E. E. GIARRETT. JR. S. RTARTIN, JR.
J. G. BRAINERD BI. GOLDBERG R. L. NIILLS
IIT. G. COOK C. S. HEREST L. MOSS
H. N. EKIQILL I. L. HOROIIVITZ R. R. OSBORN
J. III. EIILING E. III. HURFI' IV E. POWELL
J. FAIN Ii. S. IQALMAN III H. SHIRK
J. H. :FATZ R. L. KEANE F. L. STEINBRIGI-IT
J. M. FOX O. I. LEWIS J. IIVESNEESIQY
F. B. ANDERSON F. D. HEISS F. RICHARDSON .
S. R. CATSIEF N. C. HENII'OOD, JR. III ROACH
J. H. CROWELL J. MCD. HOIJTZINGER W F. SATTERTIIWAIT
P. H. JDOIVNIYARD R. J. KOONS E. M. SCATTERGOOD
H. ESTRAD.-X D. LEITCII. JR. R. H. SOLOIIAN
G. A. FOLEY J. B. LINDSAY H. IIT. STEINHOFF
E. F. FORREST E. C. LONGIVELL G. H. STITELER
M. II7. FULLER J. P. LUKENS T. J. TALLEY. Sd
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J. T. NAUGHTON. JR.
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President ....... KARL E. J ARRELL
ARCHIBALD W. EXDKINS
XVILLIAM S. BROWN
P. D. CHIPOURAS
JENVELL H. COOK
ALLEN R. FOSTER
CHARLES P. GIVEN
JOHN T. HARDING
JOHN W. JACKSON
KARL E. JARRELL
JOHN G. IQOLB
EDVVIN C. E. LORD, JR.
XVILLIAM R. MILLER, JR.
LESLIE C. MITCHELL
PHILIP O. PECK
XVILLIAM REESE SCOTT
BERNHARD G. SPILLUE
HUGO H. THRAN
CLYDE F. WVILMETH
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HUBERT I. DU PONT
ST. MARTINS, PHILADELPHIA
. . . . . . ROBERT A. EICI-IELBERGER
T rcasufrer . , CHARLES A. W. UHLE
ROBERT A. EIOHELBERGER
JAMES S. FARNUM
INHOMAS S. GATES
T. NIORRIS PEROT
JOHN L. RANDALL
EDTVARD A. SIBLEY
PERRY H. STEVENS-ON
JOSEPH C. TAYLOR
CHARLES A. W. U1-ILE
Presirlcnt . . .
V ice-Presicicnz' .
WM. B. ANDERSON
ISLENNEDY B. BAILEY
WVALTER W. BECKER
JOSEPH H. BINDER
RIILTON NI. BRUDNO
CLEMENT W. CHANDLER
JOSEPH J. DEUCI-IER
ROBERT W. DUDIIE1'
JAMES L. FREE
WAI. A. GILL
LOUIS D. GROSS
EDYVARD E. HALE
GEORGE W. HAIIE
SOL N. HELLER
YVM. S. HOPFINIAN
JACK C. HOSTERMAN
CLYDE YV. JACKSON
LOUIS S. LARONOE
MARVIN JOSEPH VLARONGE
HOWARD W. LINK
ROLLO B. LLOYD
.XRTI-IUR YV. LOEHR
HEIKBERT Y. LOESCII
EYERETT L. LOMAIESSON
EARLE DOUGLASS BIAAS
BIARYIN JOSEPH LARONG-E
WILLIAM R. WVINGATE
EDXVIN RAWSON NIOUNTCASTLE
XVALTER XV. BECKER
ROYAL S. RIAAS
LEE F. NICGEAN
CLAUDE B. NICINTOSII
HAROLD C. NIERTES
JOHN S. MILLER
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EDWIN R. NIOUNTCASTLE
HAROLD WILLIS PARSONS
FRANCIS C. W. PATON
EDNVARD S. ROGERS
DAVID W. RUSSEL
JOS. NI. SAMPLINER
ELDRIDGE S. 'SAAIPLINER
XVII. O. SCI-IROYER
JOHN R. SEBASTIAN
NIERLE L. SPEER
RICHARD XV. VIWAYLOR
GEORGE R. 'FI-IOMI-'SON
HENRX' E. WAREWICK
XVII. H. WVATTERSON
YVILLIAM R. WVINGATE
WM. S. WOLF
SIDNEY J. ZWVEIG
Pre.s1'zlz'uf . . . . . .JULIUS SPENCER HINfQ'I'IAI.kX
Vice-P1'c.wirlc1zf . , . . ROBERT XYILLIAM ZEHRING
Sec'rctcu-y-Trcrzsurer . S. .ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER
SIIELDON BEN ACKERMAN
WILLIAM ISERNER ANDERSON
GEORGE T. ARMSTRONG
JAMES RUSSEII BAILEY
KENNEDY BROXVN BAILEY
LESLIE JOHN BAILEY
WARD LESLIE BARNES
JOHN THOMAS BARTLEY
YVALTER XYILLIANI BECKER
HUGO ROBERT BERNER
JOSEPH HS BINDER
JAMES BRUCE BIRGII
SIMON J. BLATTNER
HTONVARD TRUOG BRENNEN
CARL HERZVIJKN BROXVN
LIAROLD FALCONER CAMPBELL
ALBERT STEPHEN CLOSE
ROBERT EDXVAIID COLE
.FOREST WILLIAM COX
GEORGE HENRY CRANE
VVILLIAM H. CULBERTSON
.ROY ALONZO CURL
ROI CLAYTON DAVIS
FRANCIS WELLS DAVISON
JOSEPH JOHN DEIIOHER
ROBEIQT VV. DITDIIEY
SHELDON F. IQCKFELD
GLENN SCHROER IERDENBERUICR
ALVIN BAUMAN FISHER
CARL VAUGI-IAN FISHER
EUGENE TVIANNING FLIIES
JAMES L. FREE
ILOBERT IQIENARDT FREED
TLUDOLPH ALLEN GERLINGER
WILLIAM AMBOS GILL
WILLIAM SHULER GINN
LOUIS Dl'DI.I'IY GROSS
ROBERT EMIL GUGENHEIM
EDWARD EX'ERE'1"I' PIALE
GEORGE XYRIGHT' ITALIC. JR.
SIDNEY STERRE'1"l' HALL
FRANCIS NORMAN I'TARTMAX
JOSEPH LIUVRENFE LIEINE
SOL NA'1'HAX IJELLER
Jl1LII'S SPENUER HINCIIMAN
XNTILLIAM SIMON TIUFFMAN
CVMAILNGS JAIJIQ HOSTERMAN
FRANGIS BERNARD HUBER
C'LYDE XVIGNIORE JAURSON
JOHN PJLMER JOSEPH
JOHN F. JUDD
IJENRY JAY IGANNENSOIIN
JOHN .I ACOB KAUEEMAN
TJONALD LEIGH IHAUFHOLD
GEORGE LINCOLN KING
JULIAN MILTON KOBAIJRER
PAUL J. Koc-K
THEODORE LEMBRIGIIT KOOS
LLOBEKT ALBERT KRANTZ -
EDWIN ROGERS KYLE
HERBERT GEORGE LANE
DAA'ID ITENRY LANGE
ROBERT S. LANGE
LOUIS SYLVESTER LARONGE
WIARVIX JOSEPH LARONGE
LLOYD J. LISTER
PLOLLO BRUCE LLOYD
GEORGE T. LOCKE
VVILLIAM NICIQINNEY LOCKE
ARTHUR WVILLIAM LOEBR
HERBEIIT V. LOESCH
EVERETT LOOSER LOMMASSON
D.kVID I. LOWENSTEIN
RALPH WVIIITEEIELD LUETHI
WILLIAM JOHN LUKASXVITZ
EARLE DOUGLAS MAAS
ROYAL SHELTON MAAS
LYNN ROLLAND RIANSELL
GEORGE ERSRINE NIAYNARD
LEE PIIILLIPS' MCGEAN
EDWIN MADISON WICLIENRY
CLAUDE BURTON MCINTOSII
ITAROLD CLEMEXT RLIERTES
GEORGE FREDERICK METZGI-:R
ADOLF EDGAR MILLER
JAKE BCIINITZ, JR.
LELAND ELLSXVORTH RIOREE
THORNTON XVILSON NIORRIS
EDXVIN RAWSON N1OI'N'1'EAS'l'IE
HAROLD XVILLIS PARSONS
FRANCIS COOKE YVARD PATON
JOSEPH ROSS PHENEGER
ALLEN AUGUS-'1'l'S POST
HAROLD LESLIE POAVELL
JAMES BENJAMIN POXVELL
XYILLI.-XM NIC'fwI,.AIN PITRSELL
PAUL YIVTOR PEIN.-ARTZ
JYILIil'R RJARTIX REAIY
JOHN NOBIE ILICILXRDS
JOIIN JAMES RICDGLE
NIYROX EDWARD ROBERTS
JOHN BARr'LAY RODGERS
EDWARD 5. RODGEIZS
DAVID W ESLEY ILUSSELL
WALTER AUSTIN RUTLEDGE
CLIFFORD LEE SALINGER
JOSEPH M. SAMPLINER
S. ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER
RICHARID SCHACHNE, JR.
PAUL JOHN FREDERICK SGIIMITT
WILLIAM OSBORNE SCHROYER
LEONARD SCHAVARTZ '
EDAVARD EYERETT SCOTT
JOHN ROCK SEBASTIAN
GIR.ARIJ SCOTT SI-IELDON
ARTHUR FRANKLIN SHOTT
GEORGE DANIEL SHOOP
EDWARD LEWIS SHUEY
T. FOYE SHUMAKER
JOHN NIILLER SIEGEL
ROBERT BRUCE SINCLAIR
ROY EDWARD SLAGLE -
LIAYAVARD WNILLIAM SLOECKER
RLIERLE LOUIS SPEER
JAMES TIERBERT SPENCER
AMHERST TIIOMPSON SPITZER
FRED JOHN STAHLHEBER
CYRIL CLEMENT STEIN
JULIUS E. SYCLE
ITICHARD XVI-IITNEY TYXYLOIQ
GEORGE ROBERT THOMPSON
IEMANUEL BKIARKS TIIIAGER
LTARRY ELLISON XVARXVICK
XYILLI.-XM HIQRBERT TVATTERHON
WVILLIAM WILSON TVELSH
EDAVARD TVERTHEIMER. JR.
THOMAS A. YVHITE, JR.
AYLAVYX PENNELL WILLIAMS
TIENRY COLT WILLIAMS
PRESTON ADAMS TVILLIAAIS
GEORGE A. XVILSON
GERALD STALEY WILSON
WYILLIAAI R.XYRIER XYINGATE
GEORGE MEAD XVI'1'IIINfi'l'ON
ROBERT DAVIS AYIT'I'EIi
XYILLI.-XM S. XYOLF
-FIKANFIS CLARK WOOD
JAMES BARTLICT'I' WOOD
XYILLIAM ARNOLD XYRIGIVI'
ROBERT WIINXIFII JYOLXG
TLOBIQR1' AX-II.LI.-XM ZEIIRING
IJAYID BERESIN ZOOR
SIDNEY J. ZXYICIH
LUZERNE COUNTY CLUB
President . . .
Vice-President . .
F irst Term
. . .J. HYMAN
. . . . .S. BOYD
. . . .R. GLANCKOPF
Correspomling Secretary . . . B. NORTHRUP
A. R. DRIESBACII
J. J. EVANS
F. GILLIS A
LYCOMING COUNTY CLUB
Preszdents .J. E. BRUCHLACHER Secretary . .HIRAM B VVILSON
W, PAGE MEALING A Treasurer , . GEORGE MORRISON
EDWIN O. AIPP
E. E. FELKER
J. E. BRUCHLAOI-IER
IIIRAM B. WVILSON'
J. W. BIENCH
W. PAGE DIEALING
WILLIAM S. WAY
CHARLES W. WEBER
W. LAMONT ALIORGAN
LEHIGH VALLEY CLUB
President .... ,WILLIAM EWADINGER
Secretary-T-reasurer . STANLEY W. IVIICI-IAEL
EARL H. KOCH
THOMAS J. SULLIVAN
EUGENE J. CONNEL
President . . . . .C. R. F., RUCKLESHAUS
Vice-Presiclevzt . . . . A. C. XLORIS
Secretary-T1'eas'zn'e2 . .A. D. I'IONVLETT
L. BROWN H. A. HUNSBERGER
P. BROXVN F. lvl. HARLEBI
D. BREAKS J. JV. :KENT
K. BRIDGES J. S. KAPP
M. BADGER G. W. IQELLER
R. RUCIiI.ESII AL D
CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL CLUB
President . . . CHARLES S. ROGERS Secreiary . . . XVILBUR H. SMITH
Vice-President . . FRANK G. HENSEL Treasurer . . . ROBERT D. COWARD
FRITHIOF B. ANDERSON
FRANK E. BIERFREUND
WM. M. BLOSSER
RICI-IARD T. BUCKLEY
GEORGE W. BURROUGHS
HAROLD W. COWARD
MARVIN B. COX
JAMES A. EBERLING
GEORGE A. FOLEY
ADOLF C. GORR
CHARLES P. HODTKE
WALTER G. HENSEL
FRED J. JANSSEN
ROBERT B. JOHNSON
EDWARD J. LOSKI
JACOB M. NIALAMUT
ALBERT B. JVIELINK
JOHN H. REINERS, JR.
HERRIAN E. SCHMIDT
EVERETT R. SHOCKLEY
JOSEPH M. STEIN
ANDREW J. STEWART
FRANK M. TRAVALINE, JR.
RICHARD W. VVEEKS
ROBERT N. VAN BLUNIC
PHILADELPHIA CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB
President . .
Secretary . .
T. P. YANG
EATON K. C. TSM
YOUNG O. LEE
BQ C. CHEN
HE Newman Club is the oldest denominational organization at the University,
having been organized in 1893. Its work is the care of the Catholic students, and
last year numbered on its roll over 1,500 members. It brings to the University many
persons of national and international prominence for the religious and educational work
it does. It engages in many social functions and dramatics and conducts a student em-
ployment bureau. The Newman Hall which it occupies is the largest denominational
headquarters at Pennsylvania, and contains St. Bede's Chapel, many club and reading-
rooms, and living accommodations for fifty students. The property also includes the
residence and office of the Chaplain, Rev. John YV. Keogh, who cares for the students of
lVIedicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy through the Newman Guild of St. Luke. He is also
the National Chaplain of the Federation of College Catholic Clubs.
The Club interests itself much in social service among the colored and Italian peoples
in the downtown settlements, teaching scouting, forming Scout clubs, teaching catechetics
and Bible subjects. Medical and dental care is given in the settlements, and in four charity
institutions of the diocese, also at the Catholic Bureau of Charities, where the children are
examined before committing them to the various charitable institutions of the diocese.
The Club has charge of the dental clinics in the hladonna House, and also that of the
House of St. Simon, the latter of which it fully equipped and maintains. '
The Alumni Association of the Newman Club of the University of Pennsylvania was
organized last year and has begun an eiective organization for assisting the undergraduate
body in its various activities. The Association tendered in Newman Hall, on the eve of
the Cornell game, a notable reception to His Eminence, Cardinal D. J. Dougherty. The
Association also brought to Newman Hall, James J. VValsh, lVI.D., K. St. G., one of the
organizers of the Newman Club, the founder of Newmanism.
The most notable event of the year was a club dinner to Edward lVIcGinley, all-American
tackle, a member of the Club who received in its name a very handsome gift. Some of
the prominent undergraduate Newmanites who felicitated McGi1ileyf were "Eddie',
Farrell, captain of the baseball team, Hans Boos, captain of soccer, and "Eddie,' Q"Chick"D
Gardiner, acting captain of the swimming team and captain of lacrosse.
rrI'IOMAS P. Fox
BENNO W. KRAUS
NIARGARET M. ESMONDE
HARRY A. DURNEY
JOSEPH J. REILLY H
JOSEPH F. GAUG1-IAN
CARI, J. SCI-IAEFER
IOSEPH D Gx1,L,xG1-IEH
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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
President ...., RAIJPII BUSSER
Secretary . . . . ADELINA RUETER
S. J. ABRAHAM
W. H. ALBERT
S. G. BURTON
R. C. BUSSER, JR
A. LE DOUX
W. A. FONTAINE
J. M. FOGG
L. B. HEILPRIN
W. G. HENSEL
T. N. HAINES
C. P. IWANICKI
A ctive lllembers
LE MONDE OU L'ON S'I-ENNUIE
Francois , , .
Lucy Watson . .
Jeanne Raymond .
Paul Raymond , .
La Comtesse de Ceran
St. Reaull ....,
La Duchesse de Reville
Roger de Ceran . .
Suzanne cle Villiers
Madame A rriego ....
Madame de Loudan
Madame de St. Reault
Le General cle Brflais
llfladame de Boines .
Nlelchior de Boines .
Des Blillets . . ,
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Un the order of their appearancej
. . . . . . I . . . . . . . NEWTON A. KAPANIADJIAN, C
. . . . . . . . . , . . . . EVALINA H. MATTSON, Ed
. . IXIARGARET E. AHERN, Ed
FRANK A. BONASI, C
. ELIILY J. Cox, Ed
. EMANUEL M. WEIL, Wh
ADELINE KUDER, Ed
. . . DOROTHY HAMILTON, Ed
, . ANDRE HENRI LE DOUX, C
. . . MARY G. TYVINING, Ed
. . RALPH C. BUSSER, JR., C
. THEO TUZINSKI, Ed
MARY ,L. FUGATE, Ed
OLGA M. FRANCIS, Ed
, , WALTER A. I-IERLEY, Wh
FRANCIS B. DOWNS, C
PHILIP MACLASKY, Ed
ALICE MITCHELL, Ed
N. F. GALLICCHIO. C
. . . . . . . . . . , . HERBERT V. OPPENIIEIM, Wh
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
, Time-The Present
JOHN H. SKILTON, C
ACTS I AND II-Salon in the Chateau of the Comtesse de CCFEIII
ACT III-Conservatory in the Chateau
Advzsory Director , . PROF. ALBERT F. HURLBURT Stage Manager . . Ii. BRUCE LLOYD NUI 27
Coach ..,. . .JOHN LANGDON JONES A.ssz'stunt .,... P1-IILII' MAI-LASRI I I P7
DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN
CTHE GERMAN CLUBJ
President . . .
Vice-President . .
Corresponding Secretary .
Librarian . .
HIRAM P. BAMBERGER
HAROLD B. BUSSER
RALPH C. BUSSER, JR.
HAROLD M. GOETTEL
WVILLIAM P. HEUCHERT
J. HAROLD IQAUFFELD
L. F. LEONARD
ROBERT S. MARSDEN
GEORGE S. MOYER
. . :RALPH C. BUSJSER, JR., ,Q5 C.
. . ELSIE DOERNENBURG, ,27 ED.
. . CLAUS JORDAN, '26 C.
. . OTTILIE FLEISCHMANN, '26 ED.
. . PAUL H. SCI-IRAER, ,Q6 C.
. . HAROLD B. BUSSER, '28 WH.
FRANK REEDER, JR.
ALLAN L. RICE
PAUL H. SCHRAER
ARMIN HANS STERNER
CLARENCE E. TOBIAS
VETERINARY MEDICAL SOCIETY
President ...... G. P. FINCKE Secretary .
Vice-President .... G. F. SEBASTIAN Treasurer
DR. C. J. IVIARSHALL, V.M.D. DR. J. W. ADAM
J. J. CUNNINGHAM
H. L. FELL
G. P. FINCKE
C. E. FLAXMAN
D. W. GATES
J. R. KINNEY
D. D. ISIOHLER
M. O. ROBINSON
G. F. SEBASTIAN
C. L. BRIGGS
H. W. I-IERRIOTT
G. H. KINEMOND
R. G. LITTLE
J. C. ROBBINS
J. A. ROGERS
J. K. STROCKBINE
G. B. SCIINELLE
G. M. LEIGHOVV
C. E. MASSINGER
S MOORE. JR.
L. A. PETERSON
E. W. RACICLEY
H. B. STEINBACH
A. S. VANSANT
C. E. WATSON
E. A. VVEBB
M. L. VVENDLER
J. D. BECK
L. M. ESR
M. W. HALE
C. E. HUTT
E. H. INIINER
C. W. INIILLER
J. A. S. LIILLAR
. . .WM. MILLER
. . .J. R. ICINNEY
S, A.P., V.M.D.
President . . . . . GLENN 0. PETTY, Wh. '25 Treasurer ...... ANTHONY S. GIBSON, Col. '26
V ice-President ..,. ALBERT E. LEEDS, Wh. '25 Team Captain .... FREDERICK CASCIATO, Wh., '25
ARCIIEY, JR., Wh.
B. . FRYE. Wh.
. M. GINSBERG, Col.
Secretary ...... J. CHANNING ELLERY, Col. '26
Other M embers
MORSE GAR11'0OD, Wh.
S. GOLDBERG, Col.
WM. S. MCCA1-IAN, Wh.
H. S. GRANT, Col.
WM. N. PIERCE, Wh.
N. H. BRACHMAN, Col.
LEON J. ROSENFIELD, Law
S. T. PAYES, Col.
JACOB LEVIN, Law
SAMUEL LISKOWVITZ, Wh.
I. LITXVINSKY, Wh.
L. K. BAZILIAN, Col.
F. ELDER, Col.
C. H. GORDON, Col.
H. E. GOLDBERG, Col.
BEN LEVIN, Wh.
ALAN I-I. MARCH, Col.
G. L. MARCUS, Col.
C. L. MITCHELL, Col.
SAMUEL KURNITSKY, Co
RODOLPH S. MELSON, Wh.
S. RUGEL, Col.
F. STINE, VVh.
ANDREWV PALMER, Col.
J. M. ROBBINS, Law
ADAM SMITH, Col.
J. L. VANDERSLICE, E.F
MORRIS V ERNICK, Col.
E. P. WARD, Col.
D. G. WEINER, Col.
S. CHAIKEN, Wh.
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Alembic Chemical Society . .
Alpha Beta Chi ....
Alpha Chi Sigma . .
Beta Gamma Sigma . . .
Eta Kappa Nu ....
Friars Senior Society . .
Hexagon Senior Society . .
Kappa Phi Kappa . .
Kite and Key Society . . .
Lions Engineering Society . .
Phi Beta Kappa .... .
Phi Kappa Beta . . .
Phi Mu Sigma ....
Scalobard and Blade .
Sigma Tau ...... .
Sphinx Senior Society . .
Tau Beta Pi .... .
Tau Sigma Delta . .
SPHINX SENIOR SOCIETY
Presiflent . . . ERNEST SCOTT
Secretary . . . JAMES NICVEY
T'l'8lLS'1LT6'T . . . HUGH J. SVVARTS
ELDON S. CHAPMAN
WILLIAM T. COLEMAN
CHARLES E. DAGIT
EDNVARD S. FARRELL
SAMUEL H. FRENCH
ELLIOTT K. GILROY
CHARLES E. GRIXFMUELLER
JAMES M. HENDERSON
THOMAS S. HODGSON
VVILLIAM H. KNEASS
VVILLIAM E. LINGELBACH, JR.
ROBERT W. ZEHRING
REA B. MCGRAW7
JAMES L. MCVEY
ROBERT R. OSBORN
BENJAMIN M. OWEN
NORMAN L. PANCOAST
JAMES L. PATTON, JR.
MADISON W. PIERCE
GEORGE W. STEVENS
ROBERT A. STREETER
A HUGH J. SWARTS
FARRELL CHAPMAN COLEMAN OWEN OSBORN ZEHRING
GILROY DAG11' PANCOAST LINGELBACH WESTGATE SCHISSEL GRAFMUELLER HENDERSON lVIACDONAI,D
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SPHINX SENIOR SOCIETY
FRIARS SENIOR SOCIETY
President. . . -. . CLARK W. CRAIG
Secretary . . . . C. ALBERT WILSON
EDGAR C. ALLEN
ELWOOD F. ALTMAIER
EDWARD H. BENNETT
CLARK W. CRAIG
JAMES R. W. DOWNS
JOHN J. DOYLE
THEODORE H. FAIRCHILD
EDWARD F. MCGINLEY
HENRY SCHUFF '
LESTER J. SHARP
DONALD M. SWAN
C. ALBERT WILSON
EDWIN R. COX, JR.
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. . EDWARD SCOTT LOWER, JR.
. . ROBERT A. EICHELBERGER
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CHARLES F. STEWART
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LESLIE M. CASSIDY
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JOSEPH P. WILLSON
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HARRY VVILLIAM BLANK
GEORGE VVASHINGTON BURROUGHS
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HARRISON GILL KILDARE
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Cataloguer . . . . JOSEPH LOMAX
Associate Editor . . . JOHN VVILFRED EMLING
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Vice-Presidernt . . . SAMUEL MARTIN, JR.
Secretary . . . CHARLES L. APKER
Treasurer . . . ELMER E. GARRETT, JR.
E. WAYNE HURFF HER4BER'D ESTRADA
F. LYNWOOD STEINBRIGHT JOHN LINDSAY
J. W. EMLING WILLIAM W. GILMORE
JOHN GRIST BRAINERD THOMAS J. TALLEY
HAYDOCK BEATTIE DAv1s FLETCHER BOOTH SONNHEIM GILBERT FULTON BJULLER STEVENS STEXVART
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HORNING IQINDERMAN DOWINWARD DALLETT MERRIHUE WEI.cI-I KASS 'SAcI-ISE LINDSAY
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W. V. IVIERRIHUE
P. K. WELCH
P. H. DOWNWARD
J. T. NAUGHTON
J. B. LINDSAY
J. G. HAYDOCK, JR.
S. G. FLACK
W. J. FULTON
J. P. BUTTON
R. B. MULLER
W. B. MOTISHER
H. FLETCHER, JR.
President . . . . . VVILLARD V. MERRII-IUE
Vice-President .... WALTER J. KINDERMAN
'Secretary . , . . . PAUL H. DOWNWARD
Treasurer ...... LAWRENCE R. DALLETT
R. R. VALLEE
W. J. KINDERMAN
L. R. DALLETT
E. J. DAVIS
W. R. DOHAN
J. F. SAC!-ISE
S. C. HORNING
W. T. 'VAN HORN
F. W. BRAINERD
J. H. BOOTH, JR.
W. A. LALANDE, JR.
C. B. KASS
R. G. STAFFORD
F. 'H. PENNELL
W. H. STEVENS, JR.
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W. V. MERRIIIUE. Po-esvklent 1 A. S. GOETZ
C. R. DOLMETSCH C. R. HEADLY
S. K. ALLMAN S. C. HORNING
DR. LUcAssE SACHSE DOHAN KINDERMAN HORNING ALLMAN BUTTON
JA CK DALLETT EGO LF MOTISHER OMOHUNDRO HARRON FRENCH SMYTH RIIERRITT
MERRIHUE DR. SHINN DR. TAGGERT DR. NIUELLER DR. LUKENS ALSENTZER HALRERSTADT
President . . ALLEN L. OMOHUNDRO
Vice-President GEORGE T. HALBERSTADT
Secretary . . . JOHN H. RUSHTON
Treasurer . CHARLES B. EGOLF
SYDNEY K. ALLMAN, JR
HERBERT A. AMEISEN
J. PARKER BUTTON
LAWRENCE R. DALLETT
WILLIAM R. DOHAN
CHARLES B. EGOLF
ALBERT H. FRENCH
AUGUSTUS S. GOETZ
GEORGE TQ HALBERSTADT
JOHN F. HERRON
SAMUEL C. HORNING
JAMES H. HUNTER
WILLIAM A. JACK
WALTER IQINDERMAN. JR.
WILLIAM M. LEE
XVILLARD V. MERRIHUE
DANIEL S. MERRITT
WILLEY B. MOTISFIER
ROBERT B. NIUELLER
ALLAN L. OMOIIUNDRO
J. HENRY RUSIITON
JULIUS F. SACHSE
HENRY F. SMYTII
WYOOIJFORD BEITH BICGOVERN LOWER NIEREDITH S1-xA'rz
A1.'rMAxER TOLSON BEAN EICHELBERGER HENDERSON
ALPHA BETA CHI
President . . . . HAROLD J. BEAN, Wh. '26
Seereiary and Treasurer . . .
FRANK B. WOODFORD, Wh. '25
ELNVOOD F. ALTMAIER, C. '25
CHARLES MEREDITH,, Wh. '26
DAVID SHATZ, C. '26
. ROBERT A. EICHELBERGER, Wh. '26
. JULIUS H. TOLSON. Ed. '25
JAMES NI. HENDERSON, Wh. '25
EDWARD S. LOWER, Wh. '26
HAROLD E. MERRICK, Wh. '26
JOHN J. MCGOVERN, Wh. '25
ROBERT B. BEITH, Wh. '26
KAPPA PHI KAPPA
Honorary Educational Fraternity
Presciclcnt . . .
Vice-Prcsiflcnt . . .
Correspovzding Secretary. . . .
H'z'storzfan . .
DEAN JOHN H. NIINNICK
DR. AUTHUR J. -JONES
DR. EMIT D. GRIZZELL
DR. LEROY A. KING
CHESTER C. O'NEAL
JACK M. BERKOYVITZ
JOHN A. COWAN
EDWIN H. NEIL
CHESTER G. STOCKER, '25
J. ALLEN MINNICI-I, '25
CARL E. SEIFERT, ,25
J. LAWRENCE STRICKLER, 125
CARL S. HEDSTRORI, '25
JONAS W. BUCHER, '25
DR. FRANCIS M. GARVER
PROF. VVALTER H. MAGILL
PROF. XVILLIAM C. ASH
DR. VVALTER T. WOODY
Graduate M embers
Q. A. W. ROHRBACK
RALPH B. SHARER
KARL F. OERLEIN
CHARLES S. TOMLINSON
ELLIS J. VOSS
J. WAYNE VVRIGHTSTONE
HERRIAN NI. OLDACH
LLOYD R. WALKER
JUSTIN H. HESS
WooD CREE BRIOKER BULLIB CI.ovER SMITH
PERRET WINTERS BERRY GEER MORINE DoDsoN BROWN
THE SOCIETY OF SCABBARD AND BLADE
L Company, Third Regiment
FOUNDED 1904-05 ESTABLISHED 1922
L. R. GIGNILLIAT, Brig. General, Gen. Staff, U.S.R.
I. L. HUNT, Colonel, Q.M.C., U.S.A.
JOSIAH H. PENNIMAN, Colonel, Special Service, U.S.R.
OLIVER F. SNYDER, Lt. Colonel, D.O.L., U.S.A., Ret.
WILLIAM ARCHER SQUIRES, Major, Medical Corps, U.S.A.
HAMILTON THORN, Captain, D.O.L., U.S.A.
WILLIAM STUART ELEY, Captain, D.O.L., U.S.A.
LLOYD S. SPOONER, Captain, D.O.L., U.S.A.
J. HARTLEY MERRICK, A.M.
Captain ..,.., D. REED GEER Second Lieutenant . . I. LEELAND HUNT, JR
First Lieutenant . . . WALTER F. O,MALLEY Fifrst Sergeant .... FRANKLIN H. BERRY
FRANKLIN H. BERRY
GEORGE H. BIGGS
PETER D. BRICKER
ROBERT F. BROWN
LEWIS V. BULLIS
RICHARD S. CLOVER
WALTER N. CREE
MANNING W. DODSON
VVELI-IAM W. DONNELLY
D. REED GEER
ALBERT C. WINTERS
I. LEELAND HUNT, JR.
WALTER F. 07MALLEY
EDWIN R. MORI'NE
HORACE E. PERRET
WILBUR A. SMITH
SMITH ELLERY GARYVOOD LEEDS ' PIERCE AIARCH
AZICCAHAN C.'1SCI1XTO PETTI' GIBSON
PHI MU SIGMA
GLENN ORRIN PETTY, Wh. '25
FREDERICK CASCIATO, Wh. '25
WILLIAM S. MCCAHAN, Wh. '25
MORSE GARWVOOD, Wh. '25
ALBERT E. LEEDS, Wh. '25
ANTHONY S. GIBSON, Col. '26
JOHN CHANNING ELLERY, Col. '26
WILLIAM NEIL PIERCE, WVh. '26
ADAM J. SMITH, Col. '27
ALLAN H. NIARCH, Col. '27
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Honorary M embers
WARREN POXVERS LAIRD
PAUL PHILLIPE CRET
GEORGE WALTER DAWVSON
HERBERT E. EVERRETT
G. W. HARDING
E. R. CLARK
R. TAIT NICKENZIE
A ctive Members
JOI-IN ARNOLD BOWER
WILLIAM FRANK BOWER, JR.
JOHN LANE EVANS
JOHN CRAXVFORD NIACCALLUM
HAROLD THEODORE SPITZNAGEL
DARWIN HECIQVIAN URFFER ,
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DRAMA AND MUSIC
i iHE Goddess of lVIuse was ever
known to hold sway in the hearts
of college men. Athletics, studies,
l l and other college activities all
have their charm and appeal, but who has
ever known a true University man Who can
resist the call of music? To those who have no
ability as scribes, or to the ones who are not
athletically inclined, this form of participation
in college activities opens a pleasurable field
of endeavor. Here, too, the men Who would
imitate Booth or Barrymore may cast their
lot with the dramatic clubs, and the debater
may find suflicient opportunity to express
himself in his chosen sphere. VVe may truth-
fully ask, What school, either great or small,
is complete Without her debaters, dramatists,
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IELDING to its increasingly- popular demand, the
current production of the Mask and Wig Club, "Joan of
Arkansas," played to capacity houses in Philadelphia for
two full weeks at Eastertide. By the arrangement of the
schedule, the Easter recess was so ingeniously made a part of
it that the members of the cast lost only about one week of
From a modest beginning thirty-seven years ago, to be
exact, on June 4, 1889, in the Chestnut Street Opera House,
the Mask and 'Wig Club has elevated its name to a distinct place
among college theatricals. Having reached its majority, and
having attained some measure of prominence with the years,
it launched forth unhesitatingly this season on an extensive
barnstorming trip into the Middle West. Detroit was the outer
frontier of its influence last year-Chicago this year-and
doubtless the administrations in the future are just wondering
where the line can be drawn.
The annual production of the Club is a strictly under-
graduate affair-it is played by undergraduates, the book is
written by undergraduates, and it has largely gained its fame
through the efforts of those struggling manfully for their sheepskins. The coach, so to speak, of the
production for many years has been Charles Snyder Morgan, who first burst forth into the Thespians
Limelight back in 1897 with the Wiggers in the production, "Little Red Riding Hood." -
Apropos of its strictly undergraduate birth, growth, and fruition, to be a member of the Mask and
Wig Club is the ultimate height for any Pennsylvanian, next to wearing the coveted "P" of some
Varsity team. More than 150 students applied for places in the dancing, chorus, which demanded
twelve, and when the inevitable cuts came, they were deeply felt.
Charles S. Morgan
The Erst play, produced by the organization almost forty years ago, was put on with fear and
trembling. The players borrowed the requisite costumes from their fathers, mothers, grandmothers,
sweethearts, and even from their sweetheart,s brothers. Old trunks were ransacked, heirlooms were
dusted off and carried Hbackstageng the University was in a turmoil.
The founders of .the Mask and Wig Club probably built better than they knew, pouring into the
world in a ceaseless Hood a little more of the happiness and joy of existence, taking. from it a trifle
more of its gentleness and its deeper unplumbed things. The fool in his motley is not too much the
fool after all. '
PITFIELD CHAPMAN LIERRICK MITCHELL REILERS
HE ADLLX BROWN BUTERHAUGH P.-LTO? -BOWEN ' GREGG IXAPP
ROBERTS CR.-XVENS J. F. GILLIS COX, Pr-eszvdent F. J. GILLIS WOOD XICBRIDE
MASK AND WIG UNDERGRADUATE CLUB
.JOHN D. BOWEN
HARRY W. BROWN
A. C. BUTERBAUGH
ELDON S. CHAPLIAN
WM. T. COLEMAN
EDWIN R. COX, JR.
CHARLES T. CRAVENS
JOHN DERN. QD
F. J. GILLIS
J. P. GILLIS
HAROLD G. GREGG
C. R. :HEADLEY
JOHN G. ICAPP
CHARLES E. KENWORTH1'
GEORGE C. T. KZUNKLE
HAROLD E. TWERRICK
JOHN A. MITCHELL
THOMAS C. NICBRIDE
FRANCIS C. W. PATON
ROBERT L. PITFIELD, JR.
D. STEVVART POLK
EDWARD H. PRESTON, JR
JOHN REINERS. JR.
HENRH' ROBERTS. QD
H. CURTIS YVOOD, JR.
EMMONS H. WOOLWINE
THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL PRODUCTION
JOAN OF ARKANSAS
By IIARRISON G. IQILDARE, '25g ALBERT G. NIILLER, JR., '27, MILTON C. NAHM, '25
Costumes designed by EDWIN M. LAVINO
Produced under the personal direction of CHARLES SNYDER MORGAN, JR.
THE COMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION
CLAYTON HTCNIICIIAEL, l'hairman J. BEDFORD FRENCH PAUL BURTON HARTENSTEIN EDMUND H. ROGERS
BRYCE BLYNN CHARLES GILPIN H. N EDXVILL RAMSEY CHARLES SNYDER IVIORGAN, JR
CHARACTERS IN THE ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE
Larry, the Ranch foreman ,,...................,..... J. CECIL HOLM, '28
Bee W insome, the soubrette it-ith "King's Jesters" .,........... RAYMOND DES. SHRYOCK, '26
T heophilus King, a traveling shozoman, owner of "King's Jester.s" . ..... IV. R. SCOTT, SD, '27
Fernandez Canada, a wealthy ranch-owner, uncle of Joan ,... . . GEORGE C. T. ICUNKLE, '26
Snow Flakes, the maid of all work ............. . . ALBERT G. MILLER, JR., '27
Yellow Peril, the Chinese cook ............. .... J AMES E. HANNIX, '25
Pedro, leader of a M emican army, Ramonls right-hand man . . . . HERBEIQT ESTRADA, '26
Ramon, suspected of being an American. outlaw .....,.......... JAMES C. BOHAN, JR., '25
Joan, from Arkansas, F ernanrlez' niece, on a oisit lo Casadobe .......... EDWIN R. COX, JR., '25
Miss Muscle Shoals, a Physical Czzltu-re Direetress, chaperoni-ng size zlebutantes on their first trip to the West
IJAROLD E. MERRICK, '26
SCENES: ACT I. Courtyard of Fernanclez' Ranch at Casaclobe. ACT II. Casadobe Dance Hall
ACT I ACT II
Haneho Roses Broneho Busters Indian III aids Indian Braves
H. G. GREGG, '25 F. C. W. PATON, '25 H. G. GREGG, '25 F. C. W. PATON, '25
G. F. DANIELS, '26
J. D. BOXVEN, '25
26 S. S. HALL, '25
B. W. FRAZIER, JR., '27
E. H. PRESTON, '25
Blusic Hall Girls
J. G. KAPP, '25
W. T. READ, JR., '27 5'
N. B. ROCI-IE, '28
O. C. CRESSON, '26
A. F. KEPLINGER, '26
E. J. SULLIVAN, '27
E. S. CHAPMAN, '25
C. A. W. UHLE, '26
W. B. TIIREAPLETON, '26
H. C WOOD, JR., '26
Music' Hall Boys
E. R WILLIAMS, '26
A, C. BUTERBAUGH, '25
J. C. GENTLE, '26
C. D. ORANGERS, '27
J. H. VVITHEROVV. '26
R. F. MALLON, '25
G. F. DANIELS, '26 E. S. CHAPMAN, '25
J. D. BOYVEN, '25 C. A. W. UHLE, '26
S. S. HALL, '25 W. B. TI-IREAPLETON,,
B. W. FRAZIER, JR., '27 H. C. WOOD, JR., '26
E. H. PRESTON, '25 J. A. MITCHEIIL, '25
Mexican Senoritas Dlexiean Senors
J. G. KAPP, '25 E. R. WILLIAMS, '26
W. T. READ, JR., '27 A. C. BUTERBAUGH, '25
N. B. ROCHE, '28 J. C. GENTLE, '26
O. C. CRESSON, '26 C. D. ORANGERS, '27
A. F. KEPIIINGER, '26 J. H. AVITHEROVV, '26
E. J. SULLIVAN, '27 R. F. MALLON, '25
Indians Illexican Generals
J. W. IVIARVIN, '26 B. G. SPILLE, '25
C. R. IIEADLY, '25 J. L. MCVEY, '25
F. I. CURTIS, '28
A. G. IIARRIS, '28
G. W. TROUSDALE,
E. S. LANNING, '28 J.
B. G. SPILLE, '25 H.
J. L. MCVEY, '25 G.
W. T. COLEMAN, '25 J.
R. C. GUENTHER, '26 J.
R. B. MIILLEIQ, '27 C.
H. I. DUNN, '28 C.
J. L. IIEINL, '28 A.
C. B. RI-IEINER, '25 G.
R.. J. PRINCE, '28 C.
J. S. FARNUM, '25 H.
W. H. WIAXXVELL, '27 T.
T. COLEMAN, '25
H. W. ALLERS, '25
G. H. BUTERBAUGI-I, '25
D. FVRIGHT, '26
W. ALLERS, '25
D. FVRIGHT, '26
H. RUSHTON, '26
N. KLUTEY, '26
M. RHODES, '25
E. IVIANN, '26
D. CURTIS, '25
A. MILLER, '28
J. MCBRIDE, '25
W. IVIARVIN, '26
R. HEADLY, '25
I. CURTIS, '28
G. HARRIS, '28
S. LANNING, '28
H. RUSHTON, '26
N. KLUTEY, '26
M. RI-IODES, '25
R. C. GUENTHER, '26
R. B. IVIULLER, '27
H. I. DUNN, '28
J. L. HEINL, '28
C. B. RHEINER, '25
R. J. PRINCE, '28
A. KUI-IN, '26
G. E. IVIANN, '26
C. D. CURTIS: '25
. G. SPILLE, '25
L. MCVEY, '25
W. T. COLEMAN, '25
H. G. GREGG, '25
F. DANIELS, '26
D. BOXVEN, '25
S. I-IALL, '25
. W. FRAZIER, JR., '27
. H. PRESTON, '25
H. W. ALLERS, '25
G. H. BUTERBAUGH, '25
J. D. VVRIGHT, '26
F. C. W. PATON, '25
E. S. CHAPMAN, '25
C. A. VV. UHLE, '26
W. B. TI-IREAPLETON, '26
H. C. VYDOD, JR., '26
J. A. MITCHELL, '25
"I WONDER WHAT WED DO WITHOUT THE MOON"
"The Man in the Moon," B. G. SP
Silrerg Moon"-Cake Wlalk Girls: J. D. BOXVEN, '25g S. S. HALL, '25. Cake VValk Boys: IV. B. THREAPLETON, '26g
C. A. W. IlIILE, '26.
Once in a Blue Moon"-Columbine, HAROLD G. GREGG,' '25, Harlequin, F. C. IV. PATON, '25, Pierrot, H. C. XVOOD, JR., '26.
HarvestMoon"-Country Girl, E. H. PRESTON, '25, Country Boy, J. A. NIITCIAIELL, '25.
"II!llL'fl1i1'ClIlJIOOIl"-IIZIIVEIIIZIH Girls: G. F. DANIELS, '26, B. IV. FRAZIER, '2'7. Sailor: E. S. CHAPMAN, '25.
FIRST ACT-"JOAN OF ARKANSAS"
SECOND ACT-"JOAN OF ARKANSAS
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HE SEASON of 1994-Q5 will long be remembered as a red-letter
year in the annals of the lVIusical Club. It has made marvelous
strides since its inception, three years ago, and especially during
the past season, under the capable guidance of Clayton lVIcMichael,
Graduate Manager, and Marshall G. lVIatheny, Undergraduate Manager.
Chief among the successes registered by the Club were the concert
given in conjunction with the New York Symphony Orchestra, the two
Academy concerts, the band trip to California, and the annual winter
It is a rare privilege to do anything in a musical way under the baton
of VValter Damrosch. The Glee Club's rendition of Beethovenfs "Ninth
Clayton McMichael Symphony" with lVIr. Damrosch and his orchestra was acclaimed by him
and the audience which filled the Academy to capacity, to be a wonderful piece of work. He was
so delighted with the performance that he is considering inviting the Glee Club to accompany the
New York Symphony Orchestra on its tour next year. Pennsylvania's Glee Club is the second
collegiate organization to attempt such a feat. A great deal of credit is due Dr. H. Alexander
Matthews, the Director, whose untiring eHorts have brought the Glee Club to its present high
standard. 4 A
The Hrst concert, on Thanksgiving eve, was a well-rounded program by the Glee Club under
Dr. Matthews and of the Orchestra under Hedda Van dem Beemt. As in former years, it was
followed by a dance in the foyer of the Academy which was well attended by members of the Junior
Class, for this concert has always been one of the important features of Junior Week.
The second concert, presented on lVIarch 4, resembled the first one in type of program, except
for the presentation of an entirely new repertoire. At this concert the Orchestra was conducted
by J. W. F. Leman, of the Philadelphia Orchestra, who so admirably assumed the direction of the
Orchestra after the death of Mr. Van dem Beemt. .
In Mr. Van dem Beemt's death, the University, as well as the Club, has suffered an almost
irreparable loss. It was his efforts which made possible the high development of our Symphony
Orchestra and brought the Band to its present standard as the recognized leader of all other college
bands. He was untiring in his work, picking the men on their ability as musicians and training them
to become accomplished in the playing of their respective instruments. Shortly before his death
he was appointed to a position on the faculty in the Department of lVIusic. It was his aim .to develop
a real appreciation for music in the University and to bring the Musical Club to a point where it
represented the highest standard of musical presentation.
Wfhen the football team went to California for its game on New Year's Day, the Band ac-
companied it, managed by P. Burton Hartenstein, then acting Graduate Manager, and led by Robert
Bierly of the Class of 1925. At every football game last fall the Band furnished
inspiration to the team as Well as to the throngs in the stands, proving that
without it a football game would be a relatively dead affair. At various stops
en route to the coast, concerts were given and Pennsylvania songs broadcasted
throughout the nation. It has achieved a reputation of being the largest and
best organization of its kind in the country, a fact easily appreciated by anyone -
who has watched it between the halves at a football game. A great deal of H
comment has been caused by Henry F. C"Shorty"j Marsh, whose seven feet in 1' uniform present an imposing sight as he swings his baton when leading the Band y q
on Franklin Field. The great popularity of the Band throughout Philadelphia V A ,
at large is evidenced by the crowds vs hich thronged the Fox Theater when the
Band appeared there during the latter part of March. A 1.
The last week of February marked the annual winter concert tour of the .
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Club. Binghamton, N. Y., Reading and Allentown, Pa., Wilmiiigton, Del., W 5 5 i
Washiiigton, D. C., and Atlantic City, N. J., were visited by the Club. The 5 fy!
Symphony Orchestra accompanied the Glee Club to the first two places, while K 7
the latter appeared alone in the others. Large audiences attended the concerts '
in every instance. The great number of encores proved without doubt the
pleasure of the listeners. At VVilmington a joint concert was held with the
members of the VVilmingt0n Orpheus Club, while at Atlantic City the Club was
the guest of Haddon Hall.
There is no doubt but that the type of program offered by the Glee Club has inet with more
and more approval every year. Each season the trips are longer and the audiences more enthusiastic.
An annual event is the appearance of the Glee Club at the Stanley Theater. During the past
season this took place in the week of December 1, when the usual success was scored.
Among other events of the year may be mentioned the Glee Club concert at the Philadelphia
Normal School in March and the appearance of the Band at the basketball games and Pennsylvania
Relay Carnival, Where it played the same part as in the football season, when enthusiastic rallies
are only possible because of its efforts.
As in former years a concert was given by the Glee Club at the Harcum School, Bryn Mawr,
where the usual good time was enjoyed by the pupils of the school as well as the members of the Club.
Normally the Glee Club numbers one hundred and thirty men, the Band one hundred, and the
Orchestra eighty-ive. Only necessity makes it imperative that this number be reduced when a
trip is taken.
From its rapid and organized development, it is evident that the Nlusical Club is acquiring a
position of importance in University life and musical circles. A brilliant future is ahead and the
time is not far distant when the Pennsylvania Nlusical Club will occupy a preeminent position in
JICGYIZTTC, Song Leader
F irsf Bass
H. K. AMEISEN
K. V. CAMPBELL
G. E. CHISHOLM
Z. H. CONEAIR
R. D. COWARD
L. H. CUMMINGS
H. A. EDLUND
C. B. FADDEN
E. R. FOSTER
E. R. FREDERICKS
P. E. GrU'1'ENKUNST
M. E I'IATCH
B. D. HILL, JR.
C. W. -JOHNSON
T. A. JOHNSON
J. J. KEEX'ERS
E. T. ICENNEDY
N. P. KISTLER
C. N. KLUTEY
H. D. LEUIN
J. W. LIPP
I. W. LIVINGSTON
J. W. MARVIN
J. L. MCVEY
R. M. STEVENSON
P. M. STRICKLER
C. T. TREGO
J. T. TURNEY
F. M. VARNER
J. W. VAUGHN
W. W. WALTERS
C. S. WETZEL
J. B. VVILLAN
A. W. BEAN
R. N. BRIGGS
A. W. CARPENTER
G. O. FLETCHER
L. B. GILMAN
R. E. GUGENHEINI
E. D. H.APGOOD
W. P. HARBIN
F. G. HENSEL
W. G. HENSEL
C. C. CURTIS
S. F. N'EXVMAN
R. M. RUBENSTEIN
L. G. IIESSLEDON
C. E. JOHNSON
W. L. CURRY
J. C. DARSH
A. H. EASTVVOOD
H. E. EVERDING
R. H. GABREILLIAN
W. E. GREENWOOD
R. L. HALL
J. H. HUSTON
E. A. KEEBLE
H. G. KILDARE
C. M. MEREDITI-I
L. J. RALSTON
D. A. SMITH
C. M. WAGNER
J. D. WHITE
A. C. VVILT
C. S. BENTLY
M. I. BLOCK
J. L. BROXVN
R. B. BUzzEL
W. E. CARRUTH
B. C. CHEN
H. J. COONEY'
W N. CREE
C. C. DUGUENNE
R. W. GRAYSON
E. E. HANSCONI
S. J. HARRIS
C. S. HAZEL
C. C. HUSTON
W. R. KERN
L. C. LINN
I. S. LYSTER
R. R. MEAD
J. M. MEREDITH
A. G. MILLER
C. N. MOEEETT
B. R. MORLEY
E. W. NEXVTON
C. W. OLCOTT
W. G. PALMER
T. A. SANDQUIST
C. T. TQOMEY
E. J. WAGNER
W. J. WILLIAMSON
R. A. WINTERS
P. C. WITMER
S. J. YOUNG
. VV. BOXVEN, Alto Saxophone
. B. BLOSE, S aconal Cornet
T. C. BONNEY, Drums
F. W. BRAINERD, First B-Flat Cornet
ROBERT N. BIERLY, Tuba, Leader
R. NI. BIERLY, Euphonium
C. H. BRANDT, Trombone
H. T. BRENNER, Saxophone
F. E. BRENS, Cornet
A. BRUSSEL, Saxophone
. BURKHARDT, Trumpet
. CAPLAN, Cornet
C. CASSEL, Cornet
OBERT COLE, Saxophone
O. D. COLLINS, Saxophone
PASQUALE CONTINI, Clarinet
L. COPLON, Alto Saxophone
ELIAS J. CORNER, Saxophone
A. P. CRISFIELD, Baritone Horn
JAMES H. CROSS, Trombone
FAYETTE CRUTCHER, Trumpet
C. CURTIS, Piccolo
CARLO DEMARCO, Clarinet
F. H. DEPASQUALE, Solo Cornet
P. EARP. Tuba
A. M. ENGART, Drums
JOHN W. ENGLE, C Saxophone
G. YV. FINDLEE, Flag Bearer
l. T. FEDKO, Solo Cornet
YVM. FREEMAN, Drums
PHILLIP GAGE, Second Cornet
EARL S. GARDNER, Drums
R. T. VV. GARDNER, Bass Horn
JACOB GREENBERG, Drums
ED. GILROY, Drums
WV. B. HAMMOND, Alto Saxophone
J. R. HIARMAN, Cymbals
W. E. HARRISON, Cornet
WV. HAEKINS, Trombone
J. S. HOPKINS, Solo Cornet '
R. B. HOTOHKIN, French Horn.
W. S. HUNTER, Solo Cornet
L. INGBER, Saxophone
C. M. IRNVIN, Drums
C. B. KASS, Alto Horn.
D. KERWIN, Clarinet
J. LANCASTER, Drums
GEO. LINTON, First Trombone
JESS MALIN, Bass Horn
G. S. NIALLORY, Drums
A. H. MAKNCILL, Bass Drum
H. F. NLARSH,Bt17ZCl'll7.ClSl0'7'
LYNN NIICHAEL, Saxophone
MYER A. LVIILLER, Saxophone
THEODORE S. MILLER, Basslllorn
WM. D. NIINNICH, Drums
OSCAR A. MOLDOIVER, Clarinet
WL VV. RIOLDAYVER, Saxophone
ROBT. B. NIOORE, Saxophone
A. MORIVITZ, Alto Horn
D. H. MICHAEL, Cornet
DAVID NEUBECK, Drums
DAVID OSBORNE, C Saxophone
A. C. PATTERSON, Solo Cornet
WM. H. PEAK, Cornet
R. C. POOLE, First Trombone
F. G. REI-INER, E-Flat Alfo Horn
J. P. REINTHAL, Alto Saxophone
ROY ROBBINS, Clarinet
HERRTANN ROSCHEN, C Saxophone
S. D. ROSENBAUM, Snare Drum
H. SCHAFFNER, Trombone -
C. B. SCHMICKLY, Trombone
P. C. SCHROY, Second Cornet
JUDSON H. SCOTT, Saxophone
LEON SILBER, Alto Horn
ISRAEL SILVERBERG, Clarinet
YV. H. SIMERAL,DT1l'7i13
R. M. SLIDMORE, Cornet
W. W. SLOCUM, B-Flat Clarinet
EDNVARD P. SMITH, Flag Bearer
STUART M. SMITH. Cornet
DAVID C. STUMP, C Saxophone
ROBERT S. -ULMAN, Solo Trumpet
RUSSEL T. VVALKER. Alto Saxophone
VVM. YVANDEL. Baritone Saxophone
CHARLES E. WEBB, Trumpet
R. WVILKINSON, Drum
DEAN XVILSON, Cornet
H. VV. VVILSON, Drum
STANLEY H. VVOODBURN, l"z'r.vt Trombonz
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VAVAVA AVAQA EJ 274 A'A'.e.'a'A'4'b'A"A A A Q".Q'A'A'A A'A"oV4 E
ENNSYLVANIA offers us an education not only through books and lectures, but
also in its wide field of campus activities. hlinor Dramatics have long been promi-
nent among university activities, offering to those of histrionic ability rare oppor-
tunity for development.
lVIembership in the Dramatic Club is open to everyone, both graduate and under-
graduate, and it is the only society on the campus that includes women students in its
ranks. In our Freshman year "Mrs. Bumpstead-Leighv was given at the Philomathean
Club. The spring of the same year the Club presented 'cThe Yellow J acketf' at the Plays
and Players Club, a charming example of Chinese Drama. The next year several one-act
plays were produced, among them, "The Sun," by John Galsworthy. "Pantaloon,', by
J . lVI. Barrie, was the winning entry in the Philadelphia Forum Contest. 'iThe Tragedy
of Nan," by lVIasefield, was the annual Spring production given by the Club, and was
staged in a most successful manner. Last year the Dramatic Club produced "Pu U. R.,',
a modern play by the famous Czecho-Slovakian playwright, Karl Capek. The production
was coached by Professor Dolman and Nh: lVIerritt Hubbard, and their efforts were re-
flected in the enthusiastic manner in which the play was received by Philadelphia and
New York audiences. In this, our Senior year, the Club gave its twelfth annual pro-
duction, g'Dear Brutusf, one of the famous works of Sir James Barrie. The familiar Barrie
touch runs throughout the play, and is marked by sparkling conversation and laugh-
provoking scenes. Wle can see, therefore, that the Club has been an important influence
in student life at our beloved University.
MEN ABOUT TOWNE SHOW
The busy engineers find time each year to devote some of their energies to Terpsichorean
and dramatic pursuits. Our first year the 6'lVIen about Townei' Club produced "All for
Lovef' or "The Plumber's Bridef' by C. S. Simon, Ch.E. '22 The following yeari"Laying
Letty Lowf, by O. YV. Manz, Jr., was presented in a most humorous way. Our Junior
year the "Bien about Townev Club produced c'Robbin Hood Sz Co.,,' written by L. R.
Vanderford. It eclipsed all previous productions with its galaxy of stars, and its humorous
lines. This year the Club produced "Two Dark Nights in Mexico," or "General Villafs
Folliesf' The well-trained dancing chorus was coached by Joseph Hewlett, a former
member of the hlask and Wlig show. LeRoy Vanderford, '25, NLE., president of the Club,
was awarded the prize for the best play in the competition.
THE ZELOSOPHIC SOCIETY
The Zelosophic Literary Society has been most successful in its production of important
American plays. During our Freshman year the Zelosophic Society produced "Charles
H," by John Howard Payne, two major performances being given in Philadelphia and
two in Harrisburg. In our Sophomore year Charles A. Hoyt's comedy, 'CA Temperance
Townf, was staged at the Little Theatre. As its entry in the Forum Contest, Zelo pro-
duced UA Game of Chessf' by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. The year following the Society
produced "Nothing but the Truthf, by James Montgoinery, a comedy filled with clever
and witty lines, providing interesting and amusing entertainment. J
The Society has always stood in the fore among student activities.
THE PI-IILOMATHEAN SOCIETY
The Philomathean Society is primarily a debating organization, but also engages in
dramatic and literary enterprises. Another branch of the Society sponsors the Inter-
scholastic Debating Society of Philadelphia, comprised of the debating clubs of the high
schools of the city. Our Freshman year the dramatic section produced an Elizabethan
play, "Old Fortunatusf, by Thomas Dekker, an out-of-door production given in the
Botanical Gardens. The next year the Society had for its Forum Contest play, "Bound
East for Cardifff' by Eugene O,Neill, which was given in a most capable manner. The
Junior year of our class, Philo produced three original one-act plays at the Philomathean
Club: a satire, i'Mai'celle Arisef, by J. Kennard Skellingg a comedy, "WVhen the Book
VVorm Turns," by Paul B. Chancellor, and 'cSocial Debtorsf' by Al. Harbage, all of which
were excellently staged and produced.
MEN ABOUT TOVVNE CLUB
President . .
Secretary . .
T reasmer . .
. . . H. LEROY VANDERFORD
. . . THOMAS C. MCBRIDE
. . . F. LYNWOOD STEINBRIGHT
. . . H. T. GRUBER
MENIBERS Qin order Of electionj
W. E. EMLING
J. E. FLEISCHMANN
T. C. NICBRIDE W. W. GILNIORE
F. L. STEINBRIGHT J. C. HAYDOOK
H. L. VIKNDERFORD C. S. HAZEL
W T. THOMPSON J. S. HOPKINS
J. BURKE S. HORNING
P. H. DONVNNXVARD F.. W. HURFF
J. P. EARP I. S. LYSTER
H. TL. GRUBER . LUTZ
C. R. HEADLEY MERRIHUE
C. B. KASS MOTISHER
J. T. NAUGHTON ' MULLER
L. SHUMAN NORCROSS
E. B. SONNHEIM H. RUSHTON
J. F. WELLS SACHSE
J. A. WHITE
F. W. BRAINERD
P. J. SMITH
N. H. STEVENS
D. W. SUDELL
Z. T. WOBENSMITH
I ENGINEERS SHOW FOR 1924
GENERAL VILLA'S FOLLIESM or "TWO DARK KNIGHTS IN MF YICO
H. RUSHTON, CH.E., '26
R. DOLMETSCH, CH., ,25
PRINCE, M.E., 528
L. S. LYSTER, M.E., '25
B. EGOLF, CILE., '26
. W. SUDELL, M.E., '25
Babcock, Colored Porter , . . .,... . . J. E. FLEISHMANN, CL
Wilcox, Second Colored Porter . . , . . J. NAUGHTON, E.E
Rex Holmes, College Student . . . . . C. S. HAZEL, M.E
Jack Potts, His Room-mate . . . . . C. R. HEADLEY, ML
Helen Hope, A Darlington Girl . .... J. D. DORSEY, ML
Lila Sonora, Her F riencl . . . . , WM. S. EISENLOIIR, C.E
Bliss Hope, Helerfs Aunt ..... . . . R. R. RAISLER, ML
Tiera del Fuego, A Sentry ....,. . . E. B. SUNHEIM, C.E
General Villa Nova, 1-U'63J'lCL17L Ojicer . . . . W. V. MERRIHUE, CHD
Cactus, The Generalls Bodyguard . . . .... E. VV. HURFF, EE
T. C. JNICBRIDE, '25 H. L. VANDERFORD, M.E.. '25
L. SIIUMAN, '25 R. B. NIULLER, CILE., ,27
F. L. STEINBRIGHT, EE., '25
H. IESTRADA, EE., '26
ALLMAN, CILE., '25
J. SMITH, C.E., '26
W. J. DONOVAN, C.E., '25
L. R. DIXLLET, CILE., '26
P. XYELSII, '26
F 'irst T erm
Second T erm
Pmszdent . . . . J. WAYNE VVRIGHTSTONE D. BARLOW BURKE
Vzce President . . . D. BARLOW BURKE CARL H. MORGAN
Secretary . . . RUSSEL D. HERSPIEY HOMER AOKERSTROM
Treasurer .... . FORREST E. JOBES HENRY EBNER
blaster of Arclzives . . THOMAS A. BENITEAU I'IERMAN D. ROSCHEN
D. BARLOW BURKE
HENRY EBNER A
J. WVILFORD EMLING
RUSSEL D. HERSHEX'
lil-IOMAS A. BENITEAU
BENJAMIN F. EVANS
WALTER A. HERLEY
FORREST C. JOBES
STACY L. P. IQOENEMANN
J. WAYNE VVRIGHTSTONE
WILLIAM P. LAWS
CARL H. MORGAN
HERMAN D. ROSCIXEN
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F irslf Censor .
F irst T erm
HERBERT W. FITZROY. JR.
JOHN H. W7ENMAN
YVILLIAM F. IQENNEDY
Scriba . . . JOHN STOKES 1-ADAMS, JR.
Treasurer . VVILLIAM S. MCCAIIAN
Recorder . HARRISON GILL KILDARE
Librariavz . MORSE GARWOOD
CHARLES HOWARD THOMAS
YVILLIAM F. KENNEDY
JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR.
WILLIAM H. SEVVARD
HIRABI P. BAMBERGER
SABATO M. BENDINER
HERBERT W. FITZROY, JR.
JOHN HAROLD VENMAN
HERBERT VVILLIAM FITZROY,'JR.
RALP1-I COX BUSSER, JR.
WILLIAM SETTLE MCCAHAN
HERMAN GROVER LIVEZEY
HIRAR1 PAUL BAMBERGER
SABATO MORAIS BENDINER
ALLEN JESSE LEASE
JOHN ANDREW COWAN
XVILLIAM OSLER ABBOTT
CHARLES HOWARD THOMAS
WVILLIAM JOHN DAW
GEORGE HOWARD VVALTON
VVILLIAM HYLLIS SEWARD
SERGIO GONZALES R.
JOHN RICHMOND TVIAGNEY
FRANKLIN HARRISON REEDER, JR.
JOHN VVESLEY YOUNG
HENRY ALEXANDER NIILLER
EDWARD AUGUST IQNOBELAUCH
HAROLD BATES BUSSER
EDWVARD FRANKLIN ELLIS
JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR.
RICHARD REEVE CAMPION
GORDON DE LEON MARCUS
CLARENCE EDWIN TOBIAS, JR.
JOHN NIARSHALL PHILLIPS
HARRISON GILL KILDARE
WILLIAM FRITZ ICENNEDY
LAWRENCE MURRAY CRONLUND
JOHN HAMILTON SKILTON
RAYDIOND SEYMOUR RUBINANN'
ROLAND DONALD CAIN
RAYMOND DE SOUVILLE SHRYOCK
ROBERT DAVIES WVITTER
W. LAURENCE CURRY
W. ALBERT SANDERS
H. CONWELL SNOKE
JOHN ALFRED IMLULLICAN
P. CAMDEN, JR.
n PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY
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HE Christian Association has been chief among the agencies engaged in the spiritual
and social advancement of our student body. Throughout our four years at Pennsyl-
vania this organization has exerted a profound influence toward that end. '
Our first introduction to the Christian Association Was in the fall of 1921, in the form
of an invitation to attend the Annual Freshman Camp at Green Lane. A large number
of our body availed themselves of this privilege, and the inspiration received from the
contact with campus leaders wasia big influence in shaping the destinies of the Class of 1925.
In the spring of 1924, James M. Henderson was elected President of the Association,
and he has conducted his administration in a most ambitious and praiseworthy manner.
The success ofthe Work of the past year must be largely, attributed to his splendid effort
and his administrative ability. In this work he has been ably assisted by Herbert Fitzroy
acting in the capacity of First V ice-President.
Robert Streeter, James Henderson, Herbert Fitzroy, Harrison Kildare, Russel Hershey,
VVayne VVrightstone, 'William Peak, VVilliam Lingelbach, 'Barlow Burke, a.nd Ellwood
Altmaier represented the Class of 1925 on the Christian Association Cabinet. The
Cabinet, with the advice and counsel of the Secretaries, has initiated and planned the
Work to be done and has carried out this Work through various committees and sub-
In the spring of 1924, the Northiield Conference was held at Silver Bay, on Lake
George, and James Henderson, Harrison Kildare, Herbert Fitzroy, Russel Hershey, and
Vilayne Wlrightstone Were among Pennsylvania,s representatives. Great value is to be
derived from such close association with great religious and social leaders, and those Who
attended felt more than repaid.
During the summer months more than a thousand youngsters, who would other-
wise have been unable to have had an outing, were
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V, entertained at the Universit 'Summer Cam at Green
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- - ay Lane. Among the Counselors We find the names of
f ',,3gL13gr-' y 2 Robert Zehring, John lVI1tchell, WV1ll12l,H1 Fnchel-
2 . berger, and James Henderson. Such opportunity
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if 2:5 , ' , - , f ' for contact with college men of strong Christian
gt. Z5 rw .gif i'?.- .asf-eh , ,44 V' aff ' . . X . . .
" . r ,. ' , . f , t.,, personalities means new opportunities, Worthier
,Qpp ambitions, Wider outlook, and finer manhood
. 4 generally for thousands of underprivileged Phila-
Gfwl LW camp delphia lads.
Baptist . .
JAMES M. HENDERSONQ
First V vfce-Presirlezzl . . . , IIERBERT FITZROY. 325
. HAIIIIISON IQILDARE, '25 Other Derzowri-nafz'on.w . , HENRY ROBICli'l'S, '26
. ELLWOOD F. ALTMAIER, '25 Law .....,... THOMAS B. K. RINGE, '27
. RITSSEL D. HERSIIEY, '25 Meflicine . . , W. HIAROLD STORM, '25
. . J. PAUL CRAXVFORD, '26 Denial . . . . IQORMAN J. IVHITEIHLL, '25
. LEONARD M. FAYLE, '26 V cicrinary . . . JAMES K, S'rROc'KmNE, '26
. VVAYNE WRIGHTSTONE, '25
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As the time for the opening of school rolled
around, the Association invited the men of 1928
to attend the Freshman Camp at Green Lane,
where many of the more prominent members of
our number aided in acquainting them with the
various traditions and ideals of Pennsylvania,
even as we had learned them four years before.
As a further aid, the Freshman handbook was
published, with John Abersold acting as Business
Manager. James Henderson and Barlow Burke
had served on the Board of the 1923 publication.
On September 27, prior to the Ursinus 'football game, the Christian Association was
again host to the Freshmen. A luncheon was held in VVeightman Hall for the first-year
men, after which they snake-danced onto the football field to witness their Hrst game as
undergraduates. Throughout the year the Christian Association has sponsored denomi-
national dinners and banquets as a stimulus to interest in the work.
There has been a steady advance in religious education in the University, both in
numbers and in the kind and quality of the teaching. This has been accredited largely
to the increased popularity of the numerous discussion groups which are held in the dormi-
tories, rooming-houses, fraternities, and among commuters. There are more than sixty
such groups at the present time, and their inHuence is being widely felt. William Lingelbach
has charge of Religious Education, and we must congratulate him on the splendid results
Among the many activities promoted by the Christian Association, the Settlement
House stands out as the most prominent. Robert Zehring, Chairman of the Social Service
Committee, was among the first to enroll in this work. He was soon followed by many
others of the Class of ,25 who have been associating and working with the men and boys
"across the rivers, assisting them in finding health, fun, education, and higher ideals than
they could otherwise attain. The men have acted as leaders in the Gym, in classes and
clubs, in games, and in manual training. In their work at the University House, the men
have aided in building up the bodies, arousing boys to the importance of education,
strengthening their weak or weakening moral backbones, vitalizing their religious faith
and training lads for constructive leadership among their pals. The service they have
performed is inestimable. 1 ' .
To the Christian Association, we owe a deep
debt of gratitude. The spiritual stamina strength-
ened, the personal habits changed, the new out-
looks provided, the re-centering of interests, the
constant upbuilding of the student morale, and
the countless personal touches that mean mental
and moral rehabilitation-thus has the Christian
Association been instrumental in increasing the
true worth of every man of 1925. Grggn Lane Camp
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BEAN KENNEDY VENMAN SWAN WITXX'ER NICCJAHAN
JACK HART VVM. F. KENNEDY. Philo. Representative
EDWARD W. MADIERA JOHN VENMAN, Captain Qf Team
JOHN PFLAUM, Zelo Representative OLIVER G. SWAN, Undergraduate Manage-r
JOHN H. VENMAN
VVILLIAM F. KENNEDY
HAROLD J. BEAN
NVILLIAM S. MCCAIIAN
ALBERT N. JVITWER, JR.
ROBERT D. WVITTER
President ....... . . .
Vice-President . . . .
Secretary- Treasurer . . .
Business M fmagers . . . .
T HETA ALPHA PHI
HGNORARY FRATERNIT Y
PROP. JOHN DOLMAN, JR.
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OMMEN T aroused from the mind of the
i austere Ph.D., or laughter founded upon the
shifting sands of collegiate humor, has
l l Wrought a path none the less devastated than
War-torn regions of France. The impression has been not
nearly so damaging, but just as impressionistic in every
T he Pennsylvanflan, a daily with the record of being
just a step ahead of the motley throng, lends freely the
information that so deeply reaches into the hearts of
undergraduates. It is the chieftain of campus organs, per-
haps, but to assume it as far greater than all other rivals
Would be unfair. The old Brewer with his champion,
Punch Bowl, has taken the smoky taste out of the bacon
over many a campfire, While Real and Blue has provided
Alma Mater With embellished records of her magnanimity.
Testimonials might be tendered, yea lavished, upon
our major publications. It is not our intention to do so.
Pennsylvania feels that T rlcmgle, recognized as the leading
technical magazine, and even Jtmlo, must be included
in our toast. 1
The test of blood is the one to make-us great, and yet
there lingers in our minds the thought that Alma Mater
conquers more by the pen than by the unleashed sword.
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BURKE WILSON DAGIT TEPPER HEL DERSON
SUMNIERS Sw AN ALTMAIER WALKER BUSHNELL STEVENS GEAFMUELLER TEMPLE
fe FRANKLIN SOCIETY
President . . JOSEPH VV. WALKER
V1fce-Presiclemf . GEORGE W. STEVENS'
Secretary . . ELLWOOD F. ALTMAIER
Treasurer . EDNVARD R. BUSHNELL
GEORGE W. STEVENS
ELLVVOOD F. ALTMAIER
LINIUS E. 'TENNANT
JAMES M. HENDERSON
ELLIOT K. GIIJROX'
IRVIN I. SUMMERS
CHARLES E. DAGIT
HARRY C. TERIPLE
DONALD M. SWAN
HARRY W. A-LLERS
JOSEPH W. WALKER IL
C. ALBERT VVILSON
JOHN E. MCGOVERN
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l " HE PENNSYLVANIAN "
FTER perusing our first copy of "The Pennsylvanianf' we noticed
a call for heelers for the Editorial and Business Boards. Those
of our class who nurtured a secret desire to be "NapoleonsU of
the campus learned that this was the sure way to fame and notoriety.
. Accordingly, many of our number signed up to write campus news items,
others, to chase the elusive Hadsf'
Our ambitious embryo journalists, after serving a long apprenticeship
as heelers, finally received the recognition for which they had worked so
ardently. George,Stevens, Wfalter Whitney, L. Everal Tennant, Ernest
Scott, Evan Christie, Lee Patton, and Frank Wilson were elected to the
positions of Night Editors. After the second competition, additional
Night Editors were elected 5 namely, James Henderson, Lawrence Davis,
Joseph Hughes, Kenneth lVIcDowell, and Thomas Grifiith.
The increase in circulation and the galaxy of advertisements of clothing establishments and
dancing academies indicated action on the pa.rt of our aspiring classmates in the Business Depart-
ment of the daily. Ellwood Altmaier, Nlurrel Ades, Samuel French, lVIarshal Nlatheny, and Paul
Schmidt were selected as Assistant Business Managers.
The Board, together with the entire class, mourned the death of Evan Christie, which occurred
during our Sophomore yea.r.
The day for the election of the Board which should manage the destinies of this illustrious paper
during our Senior year having rolled around, George VV. Stevens was proclaimed Editor-in-Chief,
with James lVI. Henderson and L. Everal Tennant holding the positions of Managing Editor and
News Editor respectively.
Ellwood Altmaier having proved the "Ponzi,' of the Business Board, was elected Business
ilflanager, with Paul Schmidt as Circulation lVIanager, and Nlurrel Ades managing the advertising.
These men aided materially in placing the publication on the solid iinancial foundation it now enjoys.
Robert K. Osborn was elected to the Features Board to guide the destinies of the 4'Penn and
Ink Columni' and to supply the fispice of lifen to the "tired college studentf, His efforts have
been most successful and "Penn and Inkw has maintained its already enviable reputation as a
heralder of mirth.
Editor S tcvcn .s
Under the leadership of Stevens, a weekly Pictorial Supplement was inaugurated as a feature.
This newly created division was placed in the hands of Edward C. Grafmueller as Pictorial Chair-
man, and it has marked another step in the advancement of "The Pennsylvanianf' The Supple-
ment has been a means of introducing the most prominent and active members of the University
to the student body at large and is an invaluable addition. This and many other progressive
measures may be attributed to the efforts of the Nlanaging Board of the Class of 1925. "The
Pennsylvanian' is a mighty factor in our campus life, and its influence has been j udiciously directed.
Editor-ivz-Chiaf . . GEORGE VVARREN STEVENS, '25 Managing Editor .... JAMES M. HENDERSON, '25
News Editor ..,.. L. EVERAL TENNIKNT, '25
ROBERT R. OSBORN, '25 EDXVARD F. ELLIS, '27
THOMAS F. GRIFFITH, '25 K. H. IMCDONVELL, '25 J. LEE PATTON, '25
JOSEPH F. HUGIIES, '25 J. LATVRENCE DAVIS, '25 FRANK A. VVILSON, '25
EDWARD L. BL7CKLEY, '26
LESLIE M. CASSIDY. '26
JAMES CRAXVFORD, '26
JOHN XVALKER, '27
RICHARD SAMSON, '27
SIDNEY J. STALL, '27
C. XVINDLE MCNIAHON, '27
ROBERT A. EICHELBERGER, '26 EDWARD C. MALLOY, '26
NIAURICE A. GILWIAXILTIN, '26 GEORGE E. PETERSON, '26
E. SCOTT LOXVER, '26
ROBERT S. REEVES, '26
EDXVARD H. WALKER, '27
J. DUDLEY MARKS, '27
ROBERT C, TODD, '27
EDXVIN A. STEUBNER, '27
GEORGE G. STEVENS
L. K. VANDERFORD
S. CROZIER FLEMING
RALPH B. EATON
ARTHUR M. FLACK, JR., '2
EDXVIXRD GR.k FM UELLER
M. K. M. MURPHY
D.-AVID W. RUSSELL, '26
GEORGE J. SCI-IWARTZ, '26
FRED R. SEELEY, '26
C. SUMNER DAVIS, '28
LEONARD C. DILL, JR., '28
FRANK J. VFUCKER, '28
EDXVARD IRISH, '28
LLOYD M. FAUST, '27
Iiizsiness Manager . . ELLWVOOD FIELDING ALTMAIER, '25 AfI1Iarlisir1g Manager . . . lVl'L'IiREL J. ADICS. '2
Circulation Manager .,., PAUL J. F. SCHAIITT, '25
Associafc Bzzsiness Jlanagcrx
NIARSHALL G. RIATHENY, '25 SAMVEL H. FRENCH
J. P. CRAXVFORD, JR., '26
F. IW. GILLESPIE, '26
W. A. WITIIUS, '26
A. M. HOPIQINS, JR., '27
Asszfxfuizl BIISLIIK'-VS Jfanagzfrs
JOHN L. RIXNDALL, '26 K. LINKER, '26 P. LOI'IS SMITH. '27
B. P. BROIDA, '27 T. S. FRIEDBERGI-JR, '27 JOHN M. MON'rumu':m'. '27
W. S. GOLDSTEIX, '26 XY. WV. WELSH. '27 R'I.-XHSIIALL LEWIS. '27
BTENXETH R. CLARK, '27 J. XYILLISTON SMITH, '27 H. W. I'IAxSr'OxI. '26
"THE PUNCH BOVVLH -
T C ANY of our members in their early University days heard
the "Call of the YVild" and responded as heelers to the
only safe and sane outlet for their enthusiasm, the "Punch
The humor of Elliott K. Gilroy was quickly appreciated and the
c'Punch Bowl" took him into its arms in his Freshman year,
awarding him a coveted gold key. Charles Dagit, Leslie Hano,
Irvin Q"Buck,'j Summers, Eugene Arnfeld, Melvin Shapiro, and
Charles Weinstock were elected Business Spoons by applying
l VVharton School education to the campus shopkeepers and getting
Editor Gilroy large amounts of advertisements. Paul Pennock was awarded an
Art Spoon in his Freshman year, while George Stevens and J. Carrol Anthony were both
awarded keys a little later.
This year "Gil" is Editor-in-Chief and his qualifications for the office can be easily
seen by glancing through a "Bowl.,' "BuckU Summers is our Business Manager and has
handled the financial affairs of the "Bowl" very creditably, while George Stevens has
concentrated his attention upon the art work.
Charles Dagit has very capably Hlled the capacity of Advertising Manager, and John
McGovern is keeping a check on the editorial material in the position of Managing Editor.
Rare humor and wit may be found whenever John McGovern, S. M. Bendiner, Thomas
Boon, Recd Hartman, Jewell Cook, and Karl Jarrel get together-the Class of 1925,s
representation on the Editorial Board.
Since there was no college wit competition this year, 'Tunch Bowlv once again will
keep the cup awarded annually by Judge to that college magazine which maintains the
highest standard of wit and humor for the year. This cup was won by the Brewer in the
season of 1923-Q4.
lVIost unusual of its many novel numbers was its celebrated Girls Edition. Once in
every five years a competition is held open to the feminine humorists of the nation in which
the keenest competition takes place. Thousands of jokes are submitted and from an
examination of this number the award of a "Punch Bowl' key is made to the one who
sends in the best material. The decision isbased on both the quality and the quantity
of the material. A second keyyawarded
on the same basis, is given to the winner
of the art competition among the fair sex.
Another number possessing great pop-
ular attraction was the annual 'clVIask and .
VVigU issue which lived up to all tradi-
tions established by former copies in by-
gone years for originality.
VVhatever the issue, 6'Punch Bowli' has
maintained its reputation as the leading
publication of college humor in America.
LASCELLES ELLIOTT LACY KAUFFBIAN BAILEY FREUND EATON WEINBERG LEUTHI
.WIATHIESON GRABOSKY GILRIARTIN HOLLAND DREW BICIQEE LITCHFIELD GRIFFIN COMROE IVIEYERS
ANTHONY JARRE LL COOKE HARTMAN SUMMERS GILROY DAGIT ARNFE LD STEVENS MCGOVERN
THE PENNSYLVANIA "PUNCH BOVVL"
Board of Managers
Editor-in-Chiqf . . . ELLIOTT K. GILROY, '25 Business Manager . . . , IRVIN I. SUMMERS, '25
Managing Editor , '. . JOHN E. MCGOVERN, JR., '25 Advertising Manager . . . . CHARLES E. DAGIT, '25
Art Editor . . . . . GEORGE G. STEVENS, '25 Circulation Manager . . . .EUGENE J. ARNFELD, '25
J. CARROL ANTHONY, '25 CLARENCE B. LITCHFIELD, '26
HENRY ROBERTS, 2d, '26 JOSEPH N. LACY, '27
JEXVELL H. COOK, '25
THOMAS BOON, '25
I-I. REED HARTBIAN, '25
S. M. BENDINER, '25
OLIN ' . A HIES N, '-
C W M T O' 26
.NIELVILLE EATON, '26
ARTHUR P. LASCELLES, '27
JACK HIXNN, '25
JACOB KAUFRMAN, '25
KARL A. JARRELL, '25
BERNARD I. COMROE, '26
ADAM KUIIN, '26
MILTON L. IIOLLAND, '26
J. HIRAM NICKEE, '26
ALFRED IYEINBERG, '26
ORRELL AXLEY, '26
RALPII LUETIII, '27
JAMES A. GRIFFIN, '26
M. A. GILMARTIN, '26
CHARLES K. ELLIOTT. '26
ERNEST E. BAILEY, '26
CHARLES WEINSTORK, '25
HARRY GRAEOSKY, '26
SYLVAN FRETND, '26,
NIARTIN NIEYERS, '26
"RED AND BLUE"
T YVAS not until our Sophomore year that the 6'Red and Blue"
felt the influence of the Class of 1925-an influence which,
though small at the start, rapidly grew as the class progressed.
During this progression the "Red and Blue" has undergone a
complete change, from a strictly literary magazine to what it is
today, a modern cosmopolitan whip of student life, sports, short
stories, photographs, dramatic reviews, art sketches, and campus
Editor Gmfmwuer The first to be rewarded with editorial keys were D. Barlow
Burke and C. Edward Grafmuellerg while business keys were won
by Robert A. Streeter, Robert W. Zehring, and.M. B. Allen. Later in the year, the editorial
strength was reenforced by VVilliam Lingelbach, Lee Patton, and James Hanna, while
James McVey, Joseph W. VValker, Milton T. Daus, Edward H. Hydeman, and Ben J.
Tepper were added to the Business Board.
During the next fall our Class made a renewed attack, with the same determination to
succeed that we have shown before and since, ending in the award of editorial keys to
lXIax Kleeman, Robert R. Osborne, Stanley Lesser, John lVIitchell, Max Beren, Harrison
Kildare, and Maurice Hollander. Not only were our editorial warriors successful but
among the 'tad chasersf' C. Albert Wilsoii and Homer O. Ackerstrom were awarded
business keys. The title of Photographic Editor was the accomplishment of C. Edward
So as we come into our Senior year we find our campus-periodical in the expert hands
of C. Edward Grafmueller, Editor-in-Chief, and D. Barlow Burke, Managing Editor.
Joseph VV. VValker has been given the key to the bank and full
charge over all financial matters, while Ben J. Tepper takes care
of the advertising. lVIilton T. Daus handles the circulation of
VVith two such capable leaders, as C. Edward Grafmueller and
Joseph VV. VValker, with the cooperation of their fellow members,
hardly enough praise can be given, because it is to them that the firm
position of the 'gRed and Bluev upon the campus has been main-
tained not only as a periodical but in the eyes of the student body.
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THE "RED AND BLUE"
g Board of Managers
Editor-in-Chief . . . C. EDWARD GRAFMUELLER, '25 CWh.D Business M anager . . JOSEPH W. VVALKER 25 GMU
Managing Editor . . D. BARLOW BURKE, '25 CWh.D Advertising Manager . BEN. J. TEPPER 25 CWhj
Photographic Editor . CHARLES CRAVENS, '26 QWh.j Circulation Manager . MILTON T. DAUS 25 K Wh D
Board of Editors .
WILLIAM LINGELBACH, '25 CCOIJ
J. LEE PATTON, JR., '25 CCOLJ
MAX BEREN, '25 CWh.j
JAMES HANNA, '25 CWh.j
ROBERT R. OSBORN, '25 CEng.j
MAURICE A. GILMARTIN, '26 CWh.j
LAYMAN J. REDDEN, '26 CWh.j
JOHN MITCHELL, '25 CWh.j
STANLEY LEESER, '25 CWh.D
HARRISON KILDARE, '25 CCOIJ
MAX KLEEMAN, '25 CWh.J
SEYMOUR B. WALDMAN, '26 CWILD
RODNEY B. HOTCHKINS, '26 CWh.D
NIAURICE HOLLANDER, '25 CWh.j
KARL E. JARRELL, '25 CWh.J
JOHN E. MOGOVERN, '25 CWh.j
G. KELLOCK HALE, '26 CWh.D
EARLE D. MASS, '27 CWh.j
ROBERT A. STREETER, '25 CWILD
ROBERT W. ZEHRING, '25 CWh.j
JAMES B. MCVEY, '25 CWh.D
EDVVARD H. HYDENIAN, '25 CWVILJ
C. ALBERT WILSON, '25 CWh.j
HOMER ACKERSTROM, '25 lWh.J
ROBERT GUGENHEIM, '26 CWh.b
KAHLMAN LINKER, '26 CWILD
HARRY EASTON, '26 CWh.J
J. PAUL WILSON, '26 QWILJ
EDNVARD R. NIORINE, '26 CWh.D
LEYVIS I. HIRSCH, '26 CWh.j
J. HIRAM MCKEE, '26 CWh.J
ARNOLD S. NASS, '26 CWh.j
ROBERT SINCLAIR, '26 CWh.j
EDMUND STUBBE, '26 CWh.j
WVILLIAM S. HZOPFMAN, '27 CWh.J
JESSE GEISMAN, '27 CWh.J
EDWARD VVAGNER, '27 CWh.D
WVENDELL BRIGGS, '27 CWILJ
"THE CLASS RECORD"
UNIORS! After two years of work we could proudly call
ourselves Juniors. This was the year that we had been
eagerly looking forward to, regarding it as one in which we
would have many idle hours to spend in the pursuit of pleasure.
W7e had reached the goal toward which we had been striving for
the past two years. Now we could rest on our oars and drift for
awhile with the stream. But no, one task yet remained, that of
writing the record of our class, and we could not rest until this was
accomplished. Our class had won many laurels, in the field of
Editor Temple sport, of drama, on the various publications, and other under-
graduate activities but as yet no record of these laurels had been compiled. This was
the task that now confronted usg, this was the task that we must accomplish ere
we could rest. A
Accordingly we entered the competition for the "Class Recordf' and assisted the
editors of the 1994 Yearbook in writing the history of the Class of 'QHL Hard work was
our lot, yet we endured it cheerfully. VVhy should we not? It was by means of this hard
work that we were fitting ourselves for the task that faced us. Night after night we sallied
forth, armed with subscription blanks, and cajoled reluctant students into purchasing
the "Record.H Day after day we descended to the '5Class Recordw office where we compiled
lists of clubs and societies, or wrote of the stirring deeds of our various teams. The work
was hard, yetwe did not mind it, and before we knew it, the work was over.
Hey Day arrived, bringing with it news of the elections to the board of the H1925 Class
Record." Harry C. Temple was elected Editor-in-Chief, and to him was intrusted the
task of compiling the history of our class. Harry VV. Allers was elected Nlanagingi Editor,
and Morton R. Herr, Circulation lVIanager of the 'cRecord.H The important position of
Business hlanager was placed in the capable hands of Donald lVI. Swan, and Rodger VV.
Clipp was chosen to assist hiin with the advertising. Darwin H. UrHer was made the new
Art Editor, with W. F. Bower, G. H. Butterbaugh, and Stewart A. Pike as his art asso-
ciates. Paul lVI. Tyroler was elected Photographic Editor, with C. Edward Grafmueller
as his -assistant. Rudolph A. Gerlinger, Karl E. Jarrel, and Frank,P. Huff were elected
Editors as a fitting reward for their labors while Nlorse Garwood, H. Lee Jones, Earl E.
VVhite, and Benjamin Tepper were made Associate Editors. The men elected business
associates were Mortoii Stone, LelNIoine VVheeler, Charles E. Dagit, Irvin I. Sumners,
Sidney NI. Cleeman, hlax E. Cleeman, Henry A. Skilton, Homer C. Ackerstrom. C. Albert
VVilson, and John P. Mitchell.
SUMIHERS :KLEEMAN JONES PIKE BOWER WILSON DACIT
BUTTERBAUGH MITCHELL SKILTON ACKERSTROM GARWOOD WVHITE TEPPER STONE
JARRELL GERLINGER CLIPP A SKY,-KN TEMPLE HERR TYROLER URFFER HLPF
Editor-'lin-Chiqf . .Q :HARRY C. TEMPLE Art Editor ..... . DARWIN H. LRI PER
lllcmagi-ng Editor ,... HARRY WV. ALLERS Photographic Editor . . . PAUL NI. TYROLER
Circulation M anagor . . . MORTON R. HERR Aclvertis-ing lllanage-r . . ROGER NV. CLIPP
V Business Wlanager, DONALD BI. SXVAN
RUDOLPH A. GERLINGER FRANK P. HUFF KARL E. JARRELL
' Associate Editors
LIORSE GARWOOD BENJAMIN TEPPER
H. LEE JONES EARL E. XVHITE
B usiness Associates
MORTON STONE IRVIN I. SUMMERS HENRX' A. SKILTON
LEMOINE C. WHEELER SIDNEY M. IYLEEMAN HOMER O' ACKERSTROM
CHARLES E. DAGIT MAX E. IXLEEMAN
JOHN P. MITCHELL
WILLIAM F. BOWER STEXVART A. PIKE GrEORGE
C. ALBERT XYILSON
Plzotographic .elssoc1'aie, CHARLES EDNVARD GRAFLHLELLER
"TI-IE PENNSYLVANIA TRIANGLE"
I H HE Towne Scientific School Journalf' a magazine repre-
senting the Towne Scientific School, had enjoyed a most
i VVith the forming of the llloore School of Electrical Engineering
prosperous career since it had been established in 1914.
from the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Towne
Scientific School, the Board of "The Towne Scientific School
Journal" saw that by extending its scope it would be meeting a
need for an official organ representing all the schools of scientific
nature. This need resulted in the blossoming forth of "The
Editor Mmihw Pennsylvania Triangle." This new magazine is the medium of
expression of the Towne Scientific School, the Moore School, and the Architectural School.
Under the able leadership of VVillard V. Merrihue, this publication has come to be
recognized as being the leading magazine of its kind in the country. At the last meeting
of the Engineering College Magazine Association, the "Triangle', received official recog-
nition as the best college technical magazine. n
Under its new policy the "Triangle" has enjoyed an unusually successful year. Its
scientific articles cause it to be distributed, not only to Pennsylvania men, but also to the
undergraduates and alumni of other universities. Its quarterly circulation of over 1,500
copies is attributable also to its humorous articles and the information it contains con-
cerning the activities of all the architectural and engineering societies and fraternities.
Willard V. Merrihue successfully finished his competition in his Freshman year and
made the editorial staff. This year, as the "Triangle's', Editor-in-Chief, he is responsible
for the unusual success which it has achieved. C. Pt. Dolmetsch was appointed to the
Editorial Board in his Sophomore year. As a Junior, he became Managing Editor and he
has held that position for the last two years. S. K. Allman was also elected to the Board
in his Sophomore year, and as a Junior he became Circulation Manager. This year he
held the same office and his eHorts have been a very important
factor in the success of the 'gTrianglef' H. L. Vanderford made
the "TriangleH Board in his Junior year. This year his efforts
were rewarded and he became the Publicity Manager. R. Rf
Osborn and J. IW. Emling both were selected for the Board in
their Junior years and they have aided materially in its success.
The Seniors of the "Triangle', are to be congratulated on their
good work in this publication. For it is due to their efforts that
it holds the high position of being the best college engineering
publication in the country.
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" THE PENNSYLVANIA TRIANGLE "
Managing Editor .
Business Manager .
Publicity Manager .
W. J. EMLING, E.E., '25
. . WILLARD V. NIERRIHUE, '25
. . CARL R. DOLIVIETSCH, Ch., '25
. . . ROBERT K. RAISLER, M.E., '26
. . . SIDNEY K. ALLMAN, Ch.E., '25
. . . H. LEROY VANDERFORD, M.E., '25
ROBERT W. NOBLE, Arch., '26
ROBERT R. OSBORN, E.E., '25 JULIUS SACHSE, E.E., '26
A. C. SUTHERLAND, Arch., '26 J. A. BOWER, Arch., '26
J. ROY CARROL, JR., Arch., '26 R. H. BORGERSON, M.E., '26
H P. D. CREEK, Arch., '26
DAVID REITER, E.E., '26 JOHN NAUGHTON, E.E., '26
PAUL DOWNWARD, '26 D. S. NIERRITT, Ch.E., '26
HORACE STEINI-IOFF, Ch.E.. '26
ATE in the year 1922, a new literary journal was proffered
to the vagary of st.udent taste. Projected originally as the
'fLotus,', its publishers shortly adopted the title of g'Junto.',
This title they deemed more appropriate because of the close
affiliations with Benjamin Franklin and old Pennsylvania tradi-
tions which it bore. Thus, the new literary quarterly was launched,
not without some degree of biting comment from the more firmly
Edif0rLiUmy A Wfhile the opening numbers of "Junto,' possessed a distinctly
artificial tone, the magazine soon swung into a healthier stride and
definitely took its place on the campus as the champion of literary endeavor. Here, then,
was an outlet for the pent-up belles-lettres efforts of those who strove to answer the call
of poet, novelist, or critic. The early growth of the quarterly was fostered by Paul Rosen-
baum, Chairman, and Philip Livingston, Managing Editor.
The merits of this literary offering were readily acknowledged, and the second volume
received an auspicious start through recognition as a University publication. Offices were
secured in Houston Hall, and the four issues for that year werelpublished under the guidance
of Paul Chancellor, Chairman, and Frederick Mann, Business lVIanager. During that year
its purposive scope was more fully attained through valuable contributions on the part of
faculty members of the University. Furthermore, a constitution was also drawn up,
conformable to the regulations of the Committee on Publications. Greater harmony was
sought, not only among the literary competitors, but also with the other publications in
the eyes of the undergraduates. e
The present volume has Herman Livezey for its Chairman, VVilliam Power, Managing
Editor, Andrew Shuman, Business Manager, Samuel Heineman, Advertising M3113g61',
and Jesse Hyman, Circulation Manager. The other members of the Senior Class on the
"Junto" Board are: Herbert Fitzroy, A. B. Magil, Courtland VVhite, Milton C. Nahm, and
Edward Hinton. Each one of the four numbers issued, ranging from 36 to 48 pages in
length, is pleasingly full of variety and quality-interesting and progressive, yet nothing
outre. That 6'Junto,' is fast winning commendation and favor from the Pennsylvania man
is clearly revealed when it is shown that the circulation this year has increased 250 per
cent over that of last year. VVho knows the limits of suchia journal?
The province of 'lluntov is definitely recognized as the short-story, essay, criticism,
and poetry. It has supplied a need which was only in part catered to by the existing organs
of student literary effort, and will no doubt serve as an active means for the development
of campus men of letters. I
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i i T HAS been said, and truthfully so,
that no school is complete without her
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athletics' and what is true of other
institutions of learning applies also
to Pennsylvania. This great University has always
been known for her powerful teams, and, coupled
with this, no other school can surpass her in the
sportsmanship of her players.
Each man, from the captain of football, that
greatest of all college sportfsjdown to the sub-
stitute on the least-known minor sport team, fills
a niche all his own in this particular sphere of
college activities. He is not paid for his efforts but
instead throws himself wholeheartedly into the
task at hand in order to make his team a success.
Little do the onlookers realize the intensive
training preparatory to one contestg and seldom
does the athlete complain of injuries or fatigue
during a game. He will always be found in the
midst of the game, fighting for Pennsylvania and
the proud traditions which surround the Red
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,SS ATHLETIC AJJOCIATION '33
L T , K I 1' Q H 1924-1925
S WE read of Pennsylvania's victories and athletic triumphs, little thought is given
to the wonderful organization which makes possible these results. Back of all the
athletic activities, large or small, stands a group of staunch and faithful workers of
whom much is said in criticism and too little in praise. Yet the Athletic Association is the
very heart and soul of all of our sports. Success in athletics at the University depends in
a large measure on the results produced by the activities of the Association. That the
IQQ4--Q5 season has been successful cannot be doubted. Perhaps the best proof of this
can be given by a resume of the results in the various sports.
Overshadowing all in the 1994-25 season of athletics is the triumphant record of Penn-
sylvaniais football team. A total of nine games won and one game tied is ample proof of
the superiority of our team over any other in the East. Pennsylvania,s most notable
victories occurred late in the season when the strong Lafayette team was defeated by a
6-3 score, and the following week when Pennsylvania was victorious over the strong
Georgetown aggregation by a 3-0 score. 1VIemorable always in the minds and hearts of
football lovers will be the Penn State game on November 15, when Pennsylvanials football
warriors held the invading Penn State athletes to a scoreless tie upon a muddy field. No
thought of football in the past season is complete without mention of Pennsylvania's
brilliant victory over the ever-menacing Big Red of Cornell. Mute testimony of our
supremacy is shown by recalling the winning score of Q0-0. Our only defeat came in the
post-season game with the University of California, and this may easily be attributed to
the effects of a long, tiring trip, change of climate, and strange environment.
The soccer team maintained the high standard which University' teams have set in
previous years by again winning the championship. This year's soccer team had the honor
of being unclefeatecl during a series in which eleven games were played. Junior Varsity
Soccer may also lay claim to distinction by reason of the championship won in the Junior
Varsity league. '
Pennsylvania may point with pride to the achievements of her basketball team this
year. While the team did not reach its top form early in the season, the results of the
games in midseason, and especially during the latter part of the season, show that Penn-
sylvania had a strong, aggressive team capable of beating the strongest of its opponents.
In spite of early setbacks, Pennsylvania forced herself into a second place tie with Columbia
and Dartmouth. During the latter weeks of the season three undefeated teams bowed to
the superior playing of the Pennsylvania basketeers.
In crew, Pennsylvania scored more victories than any other university in the country.
Three crews, the Junior Varsity, Third Varsity, and 150-pound, won college champion-
ships in their class. The Varsity took the Stewardis Cup from Navy and Syracuse, the
Childs Cup from Princeton and Columbia, defeated Columbia, Harvard, M. I. T., and
finished ahead of Syracuse and Columbia at Poughkeepsie, in addition to winning an
autumn race from Princeton.
On the diamond a remarkable record was established. Pennsylvania's baseball players
accounted for eighteen victories and one tie during the 1924 season. But four defeats
were suffered in a series of twenty-three games. Good pitching and hard hitting were
prime factors in achieving baseball excellence.
On the cinder path and in field events, the track team made a creditable showing. One
point kept the Pennsylvania track stars from tying Yale for first place in the outdoor
Intercollegiate Championships. Yale and Dartmouth succumbed to the superior ability
of our track men on another occasion, while Cornell succeeded in defeating Pennsylvania
in a dual meet.
In the realm of minor sports there has been a decided improvement. By dropping
cricket, polo, ice hockey, and the gun teams, the Athletic Association has been able to
concentrate more closely on the remaining minor sports. One feature of the added at-
tention to minor sports has been the enlargement of the coaching staff. Wrestling has
been helped by the engagement of Coach Servais, former Pennsylvania star. Swimming
received an addition to its coaching staff in the person of Assistant Coach Anthony.
Lacrosse has a new mentor in Coach Fries this year, and prospects for a strong lacrosse
team are excellent.
Prominent in the successes of the minor sports are the two individual championships
won in boXing, one in the heavyweight. division and the other in the 125-pound class.
Rifle team was again placed on the list of minor sports this season, and a remarkable
showing was made, so that the future bids fair for a continuation of this phase of sport.
Tennis, in the 192+ season, was handicapped by Weather conditions. Numerous
scheduled matches were postponed or called off due to inclement Weather and muddy
condition of t.he various tennis courts.
A notable feature of the Athletic Association activities was the Varsity NP" banquet
which was given this year under the Athletic authorities in honor of those athletes who
have Won their letters. The affair was a huge success and Will no doubt become an annual
one, in future years as a means of showing the student appreciation of the efforts of the
From the results given it Will be seen that success has come to Pennsylvania in nearly
all lines of athletics. Tribute is due to the Workers in the great organization Which enables
each sport to be run smoothly and Without conflict with other branches. Our Athletic
Association is deserving of any praise which may be given it, and here, as in all else, we
find cooperation of Pennsylvania men toward the goal of Success.
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OUR years ago, the Freshman football team of the Class of ,25
began their preparations for Pennsylvania's undefeated team of
1924 by going through the season with but one defeat.
During the Sophomore year, the men who had made such a glorious
success the year before continued their exceptional work. The result was
that five of their number received the coveted football letter-Craig,
McGraw, Papworth, Dewhirst, and Wfestgate.
The season of 1923 saw these same men playing Varsity football, with
the addition of Coleman, lVIcGinley, and Fairchild, but it was particularly
in the past year that the members of the Class of 1925 shone brilliantly.
Rea McGraw was elected Captain of the team, and with such a leader it is
not to be wondered that Pennsylvania can point with pride to its
undefeated team. The Class of ,25 in particular can boast of the members of its class who were
instrumental in giving us such a team.
The season began rather auspiciously, with victories over Ursinus and Drexel. Franklin and
hlarshall was turned back by a Q6-0 score, and Swarthmore, always a hard team for us to defeat,
proved inferior to us to the extent of 225-7. It was then we began to realize the true strength of the
team. The Columbia game was our first real test. Under the guidance of the late Percy
Haughton, the New York team had made rapid strides, and was regarded
as one of the really powerful teams of the East. The first touchdown of
the game was made by Columbia from the kick-off, after which our team -
proved its strength by coming from the rear and winning 10-7. On the
following week, we entertained Virginia, and defeated them Q7-0. One of
the hardest fought games in years developed when we played Lafayette,
hitherto undefeated and heralded as the most powerful team in the East. l i
By dint of playing hard, sound football, and by stopping the famous backfield,
we won the hardest game of the season, 6-3. There was a very natural reaction
after this game, and Georgetown held us to a 3-0 score.
Penn State next visited us and succeeded in putting the only blot on our
record. The game was played in a sea of mud and ended as it began, 0-0.
However, mention should be made of the fact that ours was the first team
this year to score more first downs than State. The most glorious victory of
the whole season came in our annual Thanksgiving Day game with Cornell. For
three years previous we had succumbed to S'Gil" Dobie's machine, but this was
our year. Wfe proceeded to give Cornell her worst defeat of the season, shutting
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And so Pennsylvania came to the end of an unbeaten season, viemg with 'iyiz aa -i,,,Q,4,j?- ff
Yale and Dartmouth, also undefeated, for the eastern crown. Pennsylvanias 311-0,',,1,,y-,111,1,,,,.,,'f,,,,
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defense, in particular, has been the miracle of the season. In our ten games only seventeen points
were scored against us. Our hats are off to the men who made such a team possible: to Coach
Young and his assistants, to Eldon Chapman, the Manager, and, most of all, to Rea McGraw and
the members of his Hfightin, team."
The close of the football season found Pennsylvania men waiting anxiously to see McGinley,s
name appear on 'Walter Camp's All-American team. In this they were not disappointed. McGinley
succeeds to the All-American first team tackle position held by Thurman in 1922. ,In addition to
this individual award, the Pennsylvania team was awarded a cup for being the best team in the
East. The Football Committee of the Veteran Athletes' Association selected Pennsylvania in
preference to Yale and Dartmouth, because of our greatly superior defense. The most prominent
authorities in the country have lauded the Pennsylvania team as being the best defensive aggregation
in the country. .
January 1, 1925, was -a disappointing day. Even though our team had been weakened by the
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DENVHIRST VVILSON KZAUFFMAN PAPWORTH MCG RAW RICGINLEY ROBINSON COLEMAN CRILIG f
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Captain ..... REA BTCGRAXV
Uanager . . . ELDON S. CHAPMAN Assistant Jlanagcrs: ARTHUR F TONIPSON
laaoczate Manager ..,. ERNEST SCOTT B. GRAEME FRAZIER
End, CLARK CRAIG
Tackle, EDVVARD BICGINLEY
Guard, WILLIAM COLEMAN
Center, KARL ' RIOBINSON
Guard, ALTON PAPVVORTH
Tackle, JOE XVILSON
End, TED FAIRCHILD
Quarterback, JOSEPH LAIRD
Halfback, REA BICGRAW
Quarterback, JESSE DOUGTJAS
Fullback, ALBERT KRUEZ
End, GEORGE 'TI-IAYER
T acklc, FRANK DEYXVHIRST
Guard. JACK BUTLER
End, DONALD SINGER
Quarterback, ALFRED LETH
Halfback, CLARENCE FIELDS
Guard, ROBERT BIARCUS
Quarterback, ENID THOMAS
Halfback, EUGENE FLUES
Guard, JACOB ISTAUFFMAN
Head Coach, LOUIS A. YOUNG. Assistant Line Coach, KARL THOMAS
Line Coach, LUD YVRAY Scrub Coach, JONATHAN K. BIILLER
Bachficld Coach, BERT BELL F reshrnan Coach, DR. JOHN J. KEOGII
End Coach, HOXVARD STEVENS Trainer, LAXVSON ROBINSON
Team Physician, DR. :ARTHUR LIGHT
SCHEDULE ' -
Ursinus College , . .
Drexel Institute . . .
Franklin and lVIarslIall ,
Swarthmore College .
Columbia University . .
University of Virginia .
Lafayette College . .
Georgetown University .
Penn State College . . .
Cornell University . . .
University of California . . ,
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loss of Craig, Fairchild, Captain-elect W7ilson, and Kruez, loyal Pennsylvanians had hoped for a
victory over California. As events transpired, our hopes were not to be fulfilled. California, coached
by "Andy', Smith, former Pennsylvania coach, handed the Red and Blue a 14-0 set-back. There is
little doubt that California was the better team that day. Without attempting excuses, We can only
wish that the game could have been played in the middle ofthe regular football season.
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the student body is rowing. This was clearly shown in the
fall of 1921, the dawn of our Freshman year, when a great
number of the men of '25 reported to Coach Wright at the new
boathouse in Fairmount Park. The Freshmen were a particularly
promising squad, and no time was lost in instructing them in the
intricacies of good oarsmanship. The fall rowing season, which
served to give the men some much-needed experience, ended with
a small regatta in November.
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to remain there until the weather thawed sufHciently for them to take to the water. On
the Schuykill, work started in earnest with approximately iifty Freshmen actively fighting
for positions in the first boat. When the time for the Poughkeepsie regatta drew
a light and a heavy crew struggling for the right to represent the
near, there was
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light crew finally triumphed, so that the Freshman shell at Poughkeepsie
lined up as follows: Bow, Doyle, No. 2, Laubg No. 3, Hawsg No. 4,
Beattie, No. 5, Kanrichg No. 6, Mattos, No. 7, M6tZg61'Q Stroke, Beach,
and Coxswain, Rose. This was one of the lightest crews ever to row in
the historic regatta and they made a
very creditable showing.
The spring of 1923 found a number
of our men fighting hard for places in
the Varsity boats. When the final
selections were made, Jack Doyle was
at stroke on the Varsity and behind
him rowed A. S. Goetz, Dick Haws,
and "Bus" Beach. The Class of '25
was also well represented on the
Junior Varsity by "Alu Kanrich,
Frank Hensel, L. H. Nletzger, and Cough Wggh,
Swan Lau b
A. Rose, coxswain. In addition, 'gBus', Beach stroked Pennsylvania's championship 150-
pound crew to another string of victories.
The season of 1924 marked one of the high spots in rowing activities at the University.
"Jim" Rice was secured to aid "Joe3' Wlright in the task of coaching the oarsinen, and
these two able tutors were determined to give Pennsylvania a winning crew. Their hopes
were realized only after an intense training season, made notable by the inspired fighting
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WRIGHT, Coach BENNETT SYVAN JENKINS BQDE, Illanayer 1.924
ASHTON BERGAN MEDHOLT, Capiain 1.924 HENSEL Y JOHNSON
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spirit of every man. The results were soon made apparent, for, in the Henley Day Regatta,
on the Schuykill River, our Varsity crew Won both the Child's Cup and the SteWard's Cup.-
Victories were also won by our Junior Varsity and Third Varsity crews.
Later in the season two Varsity crews were formed, one to row in the Poughkeepsie
Regatta, and the other to row in the Olympic trials on the Schuylkill. The latter crew
was stroked loy "Edclie,' Bennett, and also contained Frank Hensel at No. 7, and "Donn
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PIERCE, Mgr., 1925 JORDAN Rlcm, C'oach WRIGHT, Coach GRASOF BODE, Mgr., 1.924
REDWAY REEVE MACDONALD, Capt., 1.925 IRBIINGER GOETZ WILLSON
19241 POUGHKEEPSIE VARSITY ,
4. H. E. IVICDONALD
5. A. S. GOETZ.
6. R. REEVE
7. C. G. JORDAN
Bow, B. S. REDWAI'
C. H. GRASHOR
Nlanager ..... . .
Assistant Illanagers . . . .
Coach . . . . . .
HOVVARD A. NTEDHOLDT
PAUL C. BODE
MADISON W. PIERCE
JOHN M. DOUGLAS
Junior V arsity
L. M. JOHNSON
C. K. ELLIOT
J. T. SHAEFFER
W. W. NEWCOMET
R. N. VVOODRUFF
IRMIGER J. J. DOYLE
G. PFLUG-FELDER A. ROSE
R. L. HENN
B. R. LAUB
H. M. TEAF
R. M. BEACH
- J. W. EMLING
Varsity C0lympic Trialsj
J. J. ASHTON
A. G. JOHNSON
S. V. JENKINS
H. A. TVIEDHOLDT
D. M. SYVAN
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Yale, Columbia, and Pennsylvania Triangular lVIeet at New Haven. Distance, IM miles.
VVon by Yale, Pennsylvania second. Junior Varsity won by Pennsylvania.
Harvard Regatta. Harvard and Pennsylvania. Distance, lk miles. Varsity, Pennsylvania
first, Harvard second. Junior Varsity won by Pennsylvania, Harvard second. 150-pound
won by Pennsylvania, Harvard second.
American Henley at Philadelphia. Distance 1 155 miles. Varsity won by Pennsylvania, Navy
second. Junior Varsity won by Pennsylvania, Third Varsity won by Pennsylvania. 150-
pound won by Pennsylvania. Freshman won by Princeton, Pennsylvania third. Pennsyl-
vania awarded Childs' Cup and Steward,s Cup.
Intercollegiate Rowing Association at Poughkeepsie- Varsity, 3 miles, won by YVasl1ington:
Wisconsin second. Junior Varsity. 2 miles, won by Pennsylvania. Freshman, Q miles, won
Captain , .,.,.... . .
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Assistant Blanagors . .
Coaches . .
. HECTOR NTACDONALD
. ROBERT SINCLAIR
J. B. ITOHLER
. JOSEPH TVRIGI-IT
SCHEDULE FOR. 1925
Yale, Columbia and Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
lNTay 9. Harvard, Cornell, lVI. I. T. and Pennsylvania at Boston.
lVIay 23. Childs' Cup Race at New York City.
Nlay 30. American Henley at Philadelphia.
Intercollegiate Rowing Association Regatta at Poughkeepsie.
PIERCE, Mgr., 1.925 ELLIOTT RICE, Coach WRIGHT, Coach NEWCOMET BODE, Blgr., 1.024
VVOODRUFF BAYLE DOYLE R L. JOHNSON BTARTIN SCI-IAFFER
1924 POUGHKEEPSIE JUNIOR VARSITY
Swan at No. 5. In the Varsity crew which rowed at Poughkeepsie were A. S. Goetz
and Hector lNIacDonald. uJaclc" Doyle, 'gBob', YVoodruff, and HSa1n,' hlartin rowed on the
J. V., with "Gunny" Rose as coxswain. The 150,s had another successful year, due in no
small measure to the work of "Bus" Beach, stroke, Emil Heintz, "Burt', Laub, and J. YW.
This year prospects are exceptionally bright. Hector lVIacDonald, of the 1924 Varsity,
is Captain and Hllladn Pierce is lVIanager. The same old fighting spirit is there and we
expect great things for the coming season.
CAPTAIN GEORGE HILL
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N YOUR MARK! Get set! Bangiv Thus is the aspiring
Freshman candidate for the Freshman Track Team initiated
into the mysteries of speed and stamina. Pennsylvania
for the last decade has been fortunate in having for its coach
Lawson Robertson Who has brought the Red and Blue many
victories and who was also head coach of the 1924 American
The Class of 1995 has made as brilliant a record for itself in
i this sport as any. When the hrst call for track was issued by
Manager Swarts .
Coach Robertson, it brought out, about seventy-five youths clad
in their various togs of prep-school days. Among these ambitious youths were Elmer
McLane, "Ray', Fisher, "lVIatty,' Keogh, "Charlie" VVeinstock, "Bill" Peak, "Benn Owen,
"Nels" Sherrill, "Alu Papworth, "Bill,, Hayes, "Lefty,' Jarrell, and c'Hy,' Jensen. Later Q
these men developed into the most consistent performers of the class. The fall handicap
meet further proved that these men were capable of carry- X i
ing the banners of IQQ5 to victory. i
The Annual Relay Carnival Was the G
first competition for the team. The Q
Freshman Relay Team was victorious in
their race in the games. The team was y
composed of Keogh, Fisher, Hayes, and l
Jensen. Next on the schedule Was
lVIercersburg. Pennsylvania presented a
Well-balanced team but due to the lack
of sufficient second place Winners the
meet Was lost by a close margin. Cornell
was next encountered at Ithaca and here
again the team met defeat. This con-
cluded our activities in our Freshman
Shmigg year and although no meets were won Coach R,,1,g,f,,0,l
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the individual work of the members of the class stood out and they showed that they
were quite capable of taking the places vacated by the Varsity men who graduated. Dur-
ing this time a team had visited England and competed against Oxford and Cambridge.
Pennsylvania placed second in this meet. The class was represented on this team by
lVIcLane, an honor which seldom falls to a Freshman.
The Sophomore year found the boys eager to get out on the cinders again but first we
were to place the Red and Blue in the van of the countryis colleges by
capturing the Indoor Intercollegiate crown. No small part of this was due
to the fine work of Owen and Sherrill, who tied for first place in the pole-
vault and NIcLane in the Q-mile, where he not only won the event but
also set a record for the distance. The prospects for a successful outdoor
season loomed up large. The relays, as usual, were the first real com-
petive work. Pennsylvania took first in the 440-yard relay and took
second in two others. The dual meets with Cornell and Dartmouth were
lost and won respectively. The Intercollegiates were to be held at
Franklin Field this year, and the men were pointing for this premier
event of the season. Although the final score showed Penn in fifth place,
the outstanding work of 'cBoots,, Lever in winning the 100-yard dash
and the uncovering of a future star in George Hill helped to lessen the
sting of defeat. lVIcLane placed second in the Q-mile, as did Owen in the
Juniors at last, and another chance to put the Red and Blue colors out
MACDONALD SQHNEBLEY ROBERTSON, Coach ROGERS Lozxmfxssozr Woiir'
Relay team which ran second to Cambridge in flze Oxford-Cambridge-Pemz relay
to -the fore! The indoor season opened auspiciously, and a team composed of Martiii,
Hill, lVIcLane, and Kerr Won the Distance lVIedley Championship of America. Then
followed several invitation meets in which We received our share of the spoils. The indoor
championships Were Won for the second consecutive time. This was due to the all-round
work of Owen, Sherrill, and lVIcLane.
The outdoor season opened as usual with the Relay Carnival. Pennsylvania retained her
supremacy by winning the 880-yard relay With a team Com-
posed of Hill, VVolf, Keogh, and Mar'tin. The distance medley
was also ensnared by Lommasson, Fisher, Kerr, and McLane.
Fourth place was obtained in the 4-mile relay. "Bill,'
Coleman, a football star, reported for the Weight events and
proved his ability by Winning his event in the Yale-Dart-
mouth lVIeet and placing in the Cornell games. The Tri-
angular Meet resulted in a victory for Pennsylvania, While We
had to be content with second place in the annual battle with if
Cornell. However, we were to gain revenge on them in the
',q:. Intercollegiates, to be held this time at Cambridge. Going
into the meet with all chances against them, the men dis-
played that fighting spirit for which Pennsylvania teams are
noted and came through with second place. In these games
A 1 George Hill pulled the greatest upset that the sport has known
Kmgl, V for some years. George won both the 100 and the Q20 from a ,1,,,,,,,,,
Captain . . . . GEORGE HILL
lVIanager ..... . . H. JAMISON SWARTS
Associate M cmager . . . ROBERT STREETER
Coach ...... . . LAWSON ROBERTSON
April 15. ANNUAL SPRING HANDICAPS.
April 25-26. THIRTIETH ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD.
May 3. TRIANGULAR MEET VVITH YALE, DARTMOUTH AND PENNSYLVANIA AT NEW HAVEN.
Pennsylvania, 56, Yale, 55, Dartmouth, 35.
May 10. DUAL MEET NVITH CORNELL AT ITHACA. Pennsylvania, CHM, Cornell, WZ.
May 30-31. FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL INTERCOLLEGIATE AMATEUR ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS OF
AMERICA AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Yale, 28, Pennsylvania, 27 g Stanford, 242,
RESULTS OF THE INDOOR TRACK SEASON
XVILCO A. A. MEET, February 16. George Hill, First, 125-Y ard Dash, Dave Shatz, Third, 100-Yard
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY MEET, February 21. University of Pennsylvania, First, Mile Relay, Keogh,
Lomasson Rodgers, and IVIcDonald.
COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY MEET, February 23. 50-Yard Dash, George Hill, Second, Dave Shatz,
Third. Mile Relay, Won by Pennsylvania QSchnebly, Lomasson, Snyder, and McDonaldj.
INDOOR INTERCOLLEGIATES AT NEW YORK, March 1, 1925. University of Pennsylvania, Third, with
22M Points. Nelson Sherrill established a new indoor intercollegiate and World record in the Pole-
Vault. Height 13 feet. Benjamin Owen tied for Third in the Pole-Vault. George Hill, Second in the
'70-yard dash. Raymond VVolf, third in the 70-yard High Hurdles. G. Lansing Taylor, second in
35-Pound Weight-TlI1'oW. Hubbard and Casson tied for second in the Running 'High Jump. lVIelVin
Sims, fourth place in Running Broad Jump.
April 11. OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE MILE RELAY TEANI.
April 15. ANNUAL SPRING HANDICAPS.
April 24-25. TI-IIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD.
May 2. TRIANGUIIAR MEET WITH YALE, DARTIVIOUTH AND PENNSYLVANIA, AT NEW HAVEN.
May 9. DUAL MEET WITH CORNELL AT FRANKLIN FIELD.
May 29-30. FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL INTERCOLLEGIATE AlVIATEU'R ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CHAMPION-
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fast field. "Benn Owen contributed his share to the points by winning
The showing of the men of ,25 during the winter of our last year was
indeed creditable. George Hill captured more than one first and Keogh ran
on the winning mile relay team at Georgetown.
Although we failed to win the Indoor Intercollegiates for the third con- gy
secutiveg time, nevertheless our showing was very good. Nelson Sherrill
established a new Indoor Intercollegiate and world's record in the pole-vault ,
by leaping 13 feet, while "Benn Owen added his bit by tying for third in
this event. George Hill's sturdy legs carried him to a second place in the
70-yard dash. ' fy f ji
As for the coming outdoor season, a most auspicious one is predicted
for the 'Red and Blue. The team, led by George Hill and coached by
Lawson Robertson, bids fair to make a good showing in the Inter- i i
No small part of our victories has been due to the men of the Class
of ,Q5, and the names of Hill, Owen, 'NIcLane, Sherrill, Keogh, and Fisher will go
down in the archives of the sport as ranking with the stars of bygone years.
MACDONALD HILL OWEN
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HIS major sport, embarking in the Red and Blue ship, has
ridden the crest of the waves of baseball seasons for so
I many years that its reputation for this institution has be-
come highly respected. Brilliant players of this National sport, with
enviable records behind them, have made the University of Pennsyl-
vania baseball team one of the most formidable in college ranks.
And so, with the coming of each class to Pennsylvania, baseball
turns an eager eye to the material with which it hopes to carry on.
VVith the 1922 spring call for yearling players, the Class of
1925 responded with an unusual wealth of material. Early in
-Vf""'W' H0f1W"' the season, Coach Yates realized the possibilities of such a turn-
out, and quickly fashioned a fast and smooth-working nine which earned for itself a record
of which any Freshman team would be justly proud. Through a season of twelve games,
a well-drilled infield composed of Schuff, Allen, Buffler or Schaeffer, and Sensenig, and a
dependable outfield, Vilestgate, Flues a.nd Kneass, supported the battery of 'Williams a.nd
Farlly, or Teague and Wlestgate. The almost flawless work of the infield was to a large de-
gree responsible for the string of ten victories and only two defeats turned in at the close of
the season. These victories included triumphs over the Princeton Freshmen, LaSalle Prep.,
Peddie, and Lawrenceville.
The outstanding Work of this class did not go unrewarded. WVay down South. early-
season practices in the following year found
Schuff working out on first base, Allen covering
second, with VVestgate, Flues, and hIcGraw in 5,1
the field, while John Vililliams was supporting the
hurling staff. Early season victories at Atlanta, ' ' P' ' " 'fi
Ga., gave the Pennsylvania nine a flying start. "
Throughout a season of difficult games, the A A
sterling defensive work and the timely hitting "
of these men played a large part in keeping the ' -4, .
Red and Blue baseball record up to those who ' wx-Q V 1
laid claim to the collegiate title. Coach Cariss A, 1 ' 3
saw his team triumph over Pittsburgh, Cor- lgvx gell A A . . i f
nell, Navy, Dartmouth, and Columbia, in clos- . 2' Q
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baseball squad warming up at Atlantic City at the opening of the 1924 season. The results
of the early games were highly encouraging and predicted another banner year for the
Red and Blue team. As the season wore on, the brilliant work of Henry Schuff once more
on first base, Allen, already familiar to second, Farrell at short stop, and Sensenig around
third base, was a mighty factor in pushing the victories far in excess of the defeats. Here,
indeed, was an all-,25 infield of all-round qualities. Sensenig closed the season with a
record of only three errors, while the work of Edward Farrell proved that he has no peer
as a short-stop in college ranks. Rea McG1'aw, Grant Westgate, and Eugene Flues were
catching "flies,' in the field with monotonous regularity. When the balance of the games
played was struck at the end of the season, Pennsylvania was again a leader in eastern
collegiate records, winning eighteen games out of twenty-three played, losing only four
and tying one. In the annual Straw Hat Day game, Yale was defeated in a fast, snappy
game, and the season was brought to a close with the downfall of such strong nines as
Colgate, Dartmouth, and Cornell, in the order named. A
Coach Cariss has every right to expect an even better record for 1925. With only three
men lost from last yearis Varsity nine, everything points to a zenith year in Pennsylvania
baseball records. Manager Hodgson, with Captain Edward Farrell leading the Red and
Blue team, is taking the squad down in Virginia for the spring training. There, in early
practice, Henry Schuff will doubtlessly be occupying the first sack again with little com-
petition. Edgar Allen will be on second base, and the short-stop position could not be
more ably filled by any other than Captain Edward Farrell himself. Sensenig will un-
doubtedly hold third base down once more. In the field, McGraw, Flues, and VVestgate
will find some competition, but can always be counted upon. On the pitching staff, John
Ywilliams will be warming up along with Howard Long, Albert Kruez, Jesse Douglas, and
others, while Chace and Davenport will take turns behind the bat. The schedule is well
distributed among teams of the South, East, and New England. Prospects are of the
MCVEY CAsst. Illgz-.J FLUES LONG LINDSAY CHACE ANDERSON J. VVILLIAMS SORNESON CARISS CCoac1zJ BECK Ulflgrj 1924
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Drexel Institute . .
Williams College .
Ursinus College . . .
Catholic University . .
Lehigh University . .
Fordham University . .
Brown University . .
Yale University . .
Georgia Tech . .
Yale University . . .
Swarthmore College . .
Wlilliams College .
Brown University . .
Columbia University .
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the members of the Red and Blue nine.
Success cannot be attributed to the playing team alone. To Nlanager Thomas Hodgson,
the greatest of appreciation must be extended for the untiring efforts on his part in the
interest of baseball success, While to our coaches, Dr. Cariss and "Dannie" Coogan, only
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HF, Class of IQQ5 entered Pennsylvania at a time when that
institution reigned supreme in the realm of basketball. The
University had been represented on the court, by quintets
which had brought glo1'y to their alma mater by winning the
Intercollegiate crown four consecutive years. In our Freshman
year this winning streak was broken by Princeton only after a tie
and play off. This was the basketball heritage of the Class of 325.
In upholding this wonderful record on the court the 1925
' Manager Panmst F Freshman team got away to a flying start, losing only to such
strong teams as the York Collegiate Institute quintet and Princeton
frosh, while chalking up an imposing array of brilliant victories for the Red and Blue.
The team was led by c'Jimmy', Carmack with Kneass, Farley, Berman, Paine, lVIorris,
and Block as his running mates. '
In our Sophomore year, Coach lVIcNichol was faced with the difficult task of organizing
an entirely new team. Graduation had deprived the University of three of the greatest
players who ever wore the Red and Blue. However, '25
gallantly responded to the call for candidates and 'ilimmyw
Carmack and 'cBill', Kneass won regular berths on the
team. In spite of the low standing of the team in the Inter-
collegiate race, ".Iimmy,, made a name for himself in basket-
ball circles, being regarded as one of the most dangerous
forwards in the League.
Because, of his brilliant playing in the previous season,
Carmack was elected to captain the team during his Junior
year. Others of our class on the team were 'cBill" Kneass,
Harvey Block, and uBilly" fMorris. In our race for the
championship we were handicapped by the loss of Captain
Carmack who, early in the season, suiered a broken leg.
However, the team rallied and impressively defeated the
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also went down before the Red and Blue to the tune of 23-22 in one of the hardest fought
games of the season. c'Bill,' Kneass proved to be one of the most valuable forwards of
the League, standing second in individual scoring honors.
Wlith the opening of the basketball season in our Senior year, prospects for a successful
team were unusually bright. Six letter men were back, and the Freshman team of the
previous year gave promise of some excellent material. Although the team was rather
light and comparatively small in stature, it was hoped that 'gEddien lNIcNichol would be
able to mold together a successful combination.
The season opened auspiciously enough, for we beat both Lafayette and Queen's
College in our early games, and we were also successful in securing our first League victory
by defeating Yale. However, Columbia came down and administered our Hrst League
defeat, and our prospects were further dimmed by another defeat at the hands of the Navy.
Cornell was sent back to Ithaca at the short end of a Q41-19 score, but we in turn were as
unsuccessful when We ventured to Hanover to encounter Dartmouth. Our hopes were
rekindled by soundly trouncing Navy to the tune of Q4-10 and with a second victory over
Cornell. All this time Coach lVIcNichol was trying to find the best combination that he
could put on the floor, but before his efforts met with any real success, both Columbia
and Princeton had taken our tossers into camp.
Then, with a brilliancy of play that could not be denied, the team Went on a rampage.
Syracuse was the first victim, their undefeated team being stopped by the brilliant team-
work exhibited by the Wearers of the Red and Blue. Penn State was the next to succumb,
and their hopes for an undefeated season were also blasted, for they were thoroughly
BICVVILLIAMS, Asst Coach IICNICHOL, Cuur'1z DESSEN BLOCK DRUMMOND LINDSAY HANCOCYK, Dr. PANCOAST, Jlgr
. GOLDBLATT SHERR IXNEASS, Capt. CARMACK Momus DM'ENv0n'r
F ranklfin Field
Assistant M anagers ....
Head Coach . .
Assistant Coch .
Freshman Coach .
Junior Varsity Coach . . .
WILLIAM H. KNEASS
NORIVIAN L. PANCOAST
H. LEE JONES
JEROME 0. EVAUL
NIAURICE A. GILMARTIN, JR.
EDWARD J. NIONIOHOL
JONATHAN K. MILLER
PAUL DAVENPORT '
ROGERS LINDSAY, JR. 1
Drexel . .
Lafayette . . .
St. Joseph ....
Queen's University . .
Navy at Annapolis . .
Dartmouth at Hanover
Cornell at Ithaca . .
Columbia at New York
Princeton at Princeton
Syracuse . .
Penn State '...
Lafayette at Easton .
Yale at New Haven .
Varsity Opp one
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vanquished by a score of 36-24. Dartmouth, Lafayette, and Yale were next met in
brilliant battles, and they, too, were forced to lower their colors before the superior playing
of our rejuvenated team. Finally, and as a fitting climax to so great a spurt, Princeton
came down to play its last game of an undefeated season, and it was represented by a team
that had already clinched the League title. Few spectators Will ever forget the game in
which our team turned back the Orange and Black. The outcome was in doubt throughout
the game, and we only defeated our traditional rival of the court by the small margin of
VVith such a victorious final drive, the brilliance of the finish completely overshadowed
our early reverses. Playing with all of the courage and fight that is characteristic of
Pennsylvania teams, they finished the season With a rush and Were successful in tying for
second place in the Intercollegiate League. The Class of '25 can assuredly be proud of
the edorts of its representatives, for the able leadership of Captain Kneass, and the
sterling playing of 'ilimmien Carmack, "BillieH lllorris, 'fBenU Dessen, andVHarvey Block
Were the largest contributing factors to the successful season.
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CAPTAIN "BILL" LINGELBACH
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l IVE YEARS as a major sport and three Intercollegiate
championships during this period is an enviable record,
and it has fallen to the lot of Pennsylvania to put out
championship soccer teams in 1914, 1916, 1919, 1920, 1923, and
In 1921, our Freshman year, many men turned out to form
a Freshman team. It was at this time that the spirit and fight
of Pennsylvania was instilled into their hearts, so that after
four years of untiring efforts they have been able to give our
has created among the student body. and throngs of students filled River Field to cheer
the team on to victory over Princeton in the final game of the season.
"Bill,, Lingelbach advanced to the Varsity in his Sophomore year in the capacity
of center forward and has held this position ever since. WVe
nearly added another championship that year, but on the play-
off with Princeton, because of a tie, We were
In our Junior year We found several positions
open because of graduation and five more men
of the Class of 1925 moved up to the Varsity.
They Were, 6'Jimmy" Downs, USamH Baily,
Norman Pancoast, HJi1n1ny', Anderson, 'fChris"
Sensenigg and "Billy Lingelbach. The Class
of 1925 can be justly proud of this contribution
to the 1923 soccer success because in this year
the title again returned to Pennsylvania,
largely through the playing of t.hese men.
At the opening of the 1924 season we found
these men alert and anxious to uphold the old
traditions, and the championship of this year
has brought showers of praise from students
and alumni. 'SBill,' Lingelbach, through the
combination of such characteristics as a posi- f,'II1lf'hSfI'Il'IlI'l
Assisfunt COIIPII Gould
University another team of champions. This infant major
sport has been showing a steady increase in the interest that it
Pancoast Downs S chzzler B ra nd schain
tive personality, clean sportmanship and untiring efforts, has been one of the outstanding
figures in this wonderful machine. '
The Varsity MPH was awarded to the following men for soccer: Captain "Bill"
Lingelbach, Richmond, Pancoast, Baily, Schuler, Downs, Brandschain, Stewart, Boos,
Gentle, Sensenig, and lVIacDonald.
"Bob,, Zehring was elected Manager, but found it necessary to resign, and "Les,'
Sharp, Associate Manager, was then elected to that position. His capable management
contributed much to the success of the season.
Much credit must be given to Robert W. Zehring for the inaugurating of the First
Annual Interscholastic Soccer Tournament. The idea of this is to increase the popularity
and interest in soccer. Leading preparatory schools of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and
hiaryland participated. This is the first time any such thing has been attempted in this
sport. The winning team is awarded two silver loving cups, one, the Henry H. Houston IH
challenge cup. in honor of the only Varsity soccer player killed. in the war, which will be
fought for annually, and another cup which becomes the permanent possession of the
winning team. '
An account of the soccer season is not complete Without a word about Douglas Stewart,
Head Coach of the soccer teams. YVords of praise should always be thought of in con-
junction with Mr. Stewartas name. Hissuccess as Coach has been outstanding in college
soccer in the United States. WVe are justly proud of his connections with Pennsylvania.
Another familiar figure in soccer is Assistant Coach David L. Gould, a worthy aide: The
combined efforts of these two coaches have brought great success to soccer at Pennsylvania.
And so, the Class of 1925, wishes to express their deep appreciation for the interest and
services of these two men.
SHARP, Mgr. MACDON4xLD STEWART Boos SrEw.mT, Coach, GENTLE SENSENIG RICHMOND GOULD, Asst. Coach
BR.-XNDSCHAIN SCHULER DOWNS LINGELBACH, Capt. P,v.Ncos.sT BAILY ANDERSON
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LAYMAN J. REDDEN
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INOR SPORTS in our four years of college have given their
share of championships to Pennsylvania, and the Class of 1925
has supplied its quota of men. The past four years have been
only fairly successful, as there has been a lack of interest and appreciation
shown by the student body, alumni, and the Council on Athletics.
Candidates failed to respond to the call which offered them so little
prestige and no support.
This year the impetus and stimulus have been provided to the men
as never before. The tryouts for each squad have more than trebled in
attendance, while the assistant managerial positions have been swamped
by seekers. Nluch credit for this welcome change can be traced to lVIr.
Thomas B. Pritchard, Chairman of the Miiioi' Indoor Sports Committee.
Through his influence, efforts, and timely suggestions, minor sports have
come into their own.
Wlith the coming of "Bunny,f Servais, former 1 15-pound intercollegiate
champion, as coach of the wrestling team, the wrestlers have had a most
successful season. Captain Wlalter S. Heister easily dominated the 115-
Gf""1f'w'- LW0-W pound class, while the work of Herriot in the 175-pound class and Schehr
in the heavy-weight division was notable. Frank Huff did excellent workin managing the
team and contributed materially to its success.
Captain hlanuel Trachtenberg, with the help of George Decker, led the boxing team
through a long, difficult season. In the Intercollegiates, which were held at Wleight-
man Hall, Pennsylvania annexed two championships, Kaplan winning in the IQ5-
pound class and Kauffman in the unlimited class. The managerial organization is headed
by Joseph hi. Hughes, who is one of the most capable managers in the history of the team.
Coach George Kistler, aided by his assistants, John Anthony and Wlalter Faries, again
turned out a swimming team which Pennsyl-
vania may well be proud of. Captained by
"Eddie,, Schissel, the team had a very success-
ful season, ending with the Intercollegiates at
Yale. The Class of 19Q5fwas well represented
on the swimming team by L. Danielson, T. S.
Hodgson, E. hi. Bechtel, S. Highley, L. Rheim, i
E. D. Gardiner, J. hi. Fox, and W7illiam Bowden.
On the water polo team, captained by C. Albert VVilson,
19Q5,s banner was upheld by Gardiner, Swan, Nlarein, Lesser,
Hoffman, and Bechtel. Both teams were ably taken care
of by H. C. Wlilliams, manager, and S. S. Hall, associate
Fencing is primarily a contest of skill and dexterity. Speed,
quick wit, and the ability to outguess the opponent constitute
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Scfhisscl, S1.nzf1nmii'11.g Heister, T'VI'B.5'Iliill.g Bailey, Cross Country Trclchtenbery, Bo.z:i1zg
captained the team until illness made it necessary for him to resign the leadership. Basker-
ville, Allers, and Earp are the other representatives of our class in this sport. J. Lee Rice
is the hard-working manager of fencing.
The gym team under Coach D,'Eliscu has had the most exceptional prosperity through-
out our four years 'of undergraduate life. In our Junior -year, Julian S. Long won the all-
round intercollegiate championship. This year James Kumazawa captained a Winning
team and was assisted by Merrill G. Ehrman, George K. Gardiner, lVIaurice Kraenrer,
H. S. T. White, Dave Coltman, and L. J. Gruehn, While J. Leo Buckley had charge of the
The tennis team is captained by VVilliam E. Lingelbach and managed by YV. Gilbert.
Elwood F. Altmaier and lVL Stone are the other representatives of our class on the team.
Our class has made an excellent showing on the lacrosse team. The team was captained
by E. D. Gardiner, and he had the able support of his classmates 'gBen" Rau, 4'Jaclz',
Bowan, Robert Ross, "Edu lNIcGinley, Clark Craig, :'Joe', Keady, Robert Dudley, J. YY.
Jwrightstone, Kenneth Bailey, S. Goldberg, R. A. Taylor, and R. B. T ooke. The season
has beenivery successful, and much of this success is due to the work of Coach Powers.
E. Nlilnor Bechtel is the manager.
Our rifle team has held the intercollegiate title-for the last two years. Last year, under
L. P. Wlilliams, they won the National Rifle Association Intercollegiates as well. The
Class of 19Q5 is represented on the rifle team by Captain Frank J. Valgenti, NI. TY. Dodson,
and Pearce Noland. Captain Valgenti is holder of the Intercollegiate Four Position
Record. and is considered one of the best shots in the country.
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BECI-ITEL,lifIg7'. Faouucu PARKE LEVY BEAUREGARD JOHANSEN FR1Es,Coach REILLY RJHL STORMER WHIGHTSTONE LABOYTEAUX FARRELL
NIATHIESON, Asst. Mgr
Ross SAYDAH FITZPATRICK TOOKE GARDINER,Cl11.7l. ROTHMAN RAU ENES GOLDBERG
HOWE TRUBIBULL NUNGESSER GRIFFIN
Captain , . . EDWIN D. Gr.-XRDINER Assistant Managers COLIN W. MA'rH1EsoN, XVALLACE MYERS
.Manager . .
, E. MILNOR BECHTEL, JR
R. A. Ross
S. B. GOLDBERG
A. V. SAYDAH
A. A. ROTHMAN
R. A. TOOKE
YV. H. FRIES
0. D. ENES
H. H. FROHLICH
SCHEDULE-SEASON OF 1925
April 9. Cornell Chomej . . . . . Q 0 ' May 16.
22. Stevens Chomej . , . 6 3 23
25. Rutgers Cawayj . . . Q 3 27.
May Q. Johns Hopkins fawayj
9. YVest Point Cawayj .
Nlaryland Cawayj .
. Lehigh Chomej . .
Penn State Cawayj
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STREETER, Illgr, CARROLL TOOMEY NICLANE, Coach BUELL GUNDBUM LIEBERMAN CASSIDY, Asst. Mgr
STARRATT BAILY, Capt. FISHER
Captain . . ERNEST E. BAILY Manager . .ROBERT STREETER Coach . .LAWVSON ROBERTSON
ERNEST E. BAILY, Capiain J. Ii.-XYMOND FISHER ROBERT STARRATT C. ADDISON BUELL
WILLIAM CARROLL RHEN GUNDRUM JOHN A. NIILLS SAMUEL LIEBERMAN
OCTOBER 25. Fall Handicap Meet, Cobb's Creek Course. Won by Sinclair, '28. Time prize-Wlilliam Glenn, '28.
NOVENIBER 1. Quadrangular Meet-Columbia, Cornell, and Dartmouth, at Van Cortlanclt Park, New York City
Dartmouthg Columbia, Qdg Cornell, 3dg Pennsylvania, 4th, with 93'points. Captain Baily, 5th.
NOVEL1BER 25. Intercollegiate Meet, Van Cortlandt Park, New York City: Pittsburgh, lstg Pennsylvania, 12th.
HUFF, Mgr. GRAHADI IVIOUNTCASTLE SERVAIS, Coach WAXELBAUM C. Giuvns H. GRAVES, Asst. Mgr
MACDONALD WIGHT HEISTER, Capt. LILIENFELD HERRIOT
Captain . . . VVALTER HEISTER Assozfizzte Managers . . . HAROLD T. GRAVES, RALPH GEUNTHER
Manager .... FRANK HUFF Coach ..... . . L. J. SERVAIS
115-lb. Class YV. V. S. HEISTER, Captain 145-lb. Class .... YV. YY. HOLLfXND
125-lb. Class G. D. IVIACDONALD 158-lb. Class . . . P. R. LITTZ
135-lb. Class A. J. L1r.1ENF1-:Ln 175-lb. Class ..,. W. S. HERRIOT
Pennsylvania . .
Pennsylvania . .
Unlimited , . .,.... S. SCHEHR
WRESTLING RESULTS, 1924-'25
Princeton .... .10 Pennsylvania . . . 16 Columbia . . . 11
Syracuse , . . 6 Pennsylvania , . . X Army . . . .' .
F. and NI ..... 5 Pennsylvania. . . . -. 16 Cornell . . . . . 13
Penn State ' .... 29 Pennsylvania .... 6 Wlest Virginia . , 16
In'fe1'collegiates, March 20, 521. at Columbia: First, Penn Stateg second, Yale: tliircl, Lehighg fourth, Pennsylvania.
i'Pennsylvania-Army ccallerl off.
EI.I.IS, Asst. Mgr. RICOIO Cox-IEN HUGHES, Mgr. SCI-IMOIQI-:Im GRIFFIN, Asst. Mgr.
ORLOOF IQOPLAN TRACHTENEERG, Capt. DECKPJR, Coach IQAUFFMAN
Capfczilz. . . . MANUEL 'TRACI-ITENBERG .fl.s'.sisIa1zt HIKIILGHUVS . . J. A. GRIFFIN, JR.
Illavmgm- , . .JOSEPH M. F. HUGIJES FRANK ELLIS
115-lb. Class . . WM. LEON, JOHN RICCIO 1-1-5-lb. Class . , Bl.-XNUEL 'IlRACl'I'l'ENBERG
125-lb. Class . . SAMUEL KOPLIN 160-lb. Class . . ARTHUR COHEN
135-lb. Class . . CLAIRE SCHMOKER 175-lb. Class , . . GEORGE TIIAYER
FRANK SIYLLIVAN Heavyweight Class. JACOB K.-IPI-'I-'MAN
SCHEDULE, 1925 -
FGlD1'1li11'y 14. Away, Yale 33 Penn 3. Blarch 7. Home, Colgate +L: Penn 3.
21. Awav, Armv: won by Penn by default. 11-. Away, Penn State 5: Penn 2.
QS. Honle, Waslxington and Lee 3: Penn 3. 21. I-Qway, Navy 13 Penn 3.
March 27 and QS. Intercollegiates at PCI1I1SylVi1l1lil
lvon by Navy, 23 points.
Sec-onrl, Penn State. 11 points.
Tlmircl, Pennsylvania. 10 points.
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IYISTLER, Coach HANNA BARRERE SUPPLEE BECHTEL Fox WILLIAMS, Mgr.
REPI1 RYAN CHACE SCHISSEL, Capt. WILSON DIANIELSON BOWVDEN
Captain . .EDWARD SCHISSEL Assistant Manager . UP. D. XVEINBERG
Manager . . HENRY COIT YVILLIAMS Coaches .,.... GEORGE KISTLER, CHARLIE CARRIGAN
E. SCHISSEL P. VVILSON B. BOWDEN J. RYAN
L. DANIELSON N. SUPPLEE C. BARRERE E. M. BECHTEL
P. CHACE E. REPP J. Fox E. R. .WIORINE
U. P. Opp. U.P. ODD-
Jan. 16. Columbia at home . . .47 15 hlar. 7. Yale at home . . . . 17 45
23. Princeton at home . . , . 21 41 13. C. C. N. Y. at home .... 419 13
Feb. 14. Yale at New Haven ..... 10 52 20. Columbia at New York . 38 24
20. C. C. N. Y. at New York . . . 43 19 21. Brown at Providence . . Q8 34
23. Princeton at Princeton , . . Q2 4-0
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IKISTLER, Coach WINER BARRERE FARIES, Ass'l Coach BAUM 'WEINIIIPRG Asst Mgr
BAILEY BIAREIN GARDINER WILSON, Capt. SUTIIERLAND LESSER Bon ER
Captain . . . . C. ALBERT WVILSON Coach ..... WVALTER FARIES
Head Coach .... GEORGE KISTLER Manager .... H. XVII,-LIAMS
Assisfant Manager . . . A. VVEINBERG
Foru'ard.v . . . C. ALBERT XVILSON, Captain Backs ..... LEONARD NIAREIN
ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND DONALD M. Su AN
Center . . . . VICTOR LESSER Goal ....., LYAIAN BARN, III
S'llll.S'f'ifllfL'S .... CLAUDE BARRERE, K. B. BAILEY. JOHN BOWEII
WATER POLO SCORES-1925
Jan. 16 Columbia 343 Pennsylvania Q0 Feb. Q3. Princeton 503 Pennsylvania 13
Q3 Princeton Q75 Pennsylvania 17 Mar. 7. Yale 583 Pennsylvania 10
Feb. 14 Yale 59? Pennsylvania 7 13. C. C. N. Y. 303 Pennsylvania 37
20 C. C. N. Y. 353 Pennsylvania 36 20. Columbia 511 Pennsylvania IS
BUCliLEY,1lfy1'. LEI-IMAN vPENSEL D,ELISCU, Coach BENEDICT STAFFORD ICURNITSKY BERKOXYITZ Ii0PL1N,ASSf. Mg:
IUIUEGEE WHITE IXRAEMEH KUMAZAW,-., Capt. Ci.-KRDINER EHRNIAN ATLEE GOLTl1AN
RTCCALLA E SMANIOTTO
Capfain . . . JIMOSUKE H. KUMIxz.IwA I-l.sszT.viant Manager-.w . I'lENRY I. IQOPLIN, ROBERT HJXSLETT
. .J. LEO BUCKLEI'
JIMOSUKE H. Kun-1.xz.uva, Clczplain
NIERRILL G. EHEMAN
February QU. Chicago . .
Q1. Minnesota .
21. Wisconsin .
27. Dartmouth ,
7. Princeton . . .
21. lntercolleviates C
M. I.T. . . .
GELJRGE K. CQARDINER
HENRY S. T. xv!-IITE
DAVID W. GOLTMAN
, , 769 Pennsylvania
. . 631 Pennsylvania
. . 585 Pennsylvania
. 21 Pennsylvania
. 18 Pennsylvania
. . 215 Pennsylvania
M. FRANCOIS D-ELISCU
LOUIQ J. GR
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Navy, 573 Dartmouth, 12: Pennsylvania, 7: Princeton, lg M. l. T., 0.
MORINE, Asst. Mfgr. Cl.-XUDIN BEXSKERVILLE RICE, Mgr. NICICRIJXN QUILLIN, AML. Mgr.
LESLIE APPLEBAUM, Caplmn, TERRONNE, Conch CLARKE BOOKLER
Captain . . .JOSEPH APPLEBAUM Manager .,... . J. LEE R-IFE. JR.
Corwlz , . . LENARDO TERRONNE Asszsfczvzt .llanugvrs . .EDWIN R. NIORINE. E. BUXVEN fQlILLIX
JOSEPH APPLEBAUM, Crzptazfn IFRUESDALE CLARKE
CHARLES J. LESLIE IIENRY C. BASKERVILLE
DJXNIEL GAUDIN CHARLES NICKM.-xx NIORTON BOOKLER
February 1-L. Army rs. Pennsylvania Cawayj Foils 7-Q Blarcli 1-I-. X. Y. U. rs. Pennsylvania fllomol Fails
Epee Q-2 lipee
February 20. Yale rs. Pennsylvania 01011103 Foils 6-3 March QI. Navy rs. Pennsylvania Cawayj Fails
Epee 2-2 lipcc
February QS. Cornell rx. Pennsylvania fliomel Foils -L-5 March 528. Hamilton rs. Pennsylvania fawayj Foils
,Epee Q-Q Epoc-
b'IZll'Cll 7. Columbia rx. Pennsylvania Cawayj Foils . , 8-1 April Q, 3. Intercollegiales at New York
Epee . . 2-2
Captain AIJDl6lJ2'llll'l1 won the Intercollegiate Epee ffliampionsliip and Pennsylvania team plac-acl second.
CAMPBELL ELLIS STONE LINGELBACH ALTMAIER COLBURN GILBERT
Nfgr, - Capt. . Asst. Ivfgr.
Manager . . . THEODORE A. CAMPBELL Assistant Ikfanager . . . JOHN MITCHELL
Assistant Mavzager .,... VVILLIAM U. GILBERT
XVILLIAM E. LINGELBAOH QCaptainJ ELLWOOD F. ALTMAIER
FRANK B. ELLIS
2 West Point
Q Lehigh. .
HAROLD B. COLBURN
TENNIS SCORES 1924
. . . 'T Pennsylvania . . 2 Dartmouth
. . . 41 Pennsylvania . . 3 lVilliaIns .
, . . 9 Pennsylvania . . 3 Swarthmore
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WEYL ' SEAMAN BROCK Monaow
4 STEVENS ALLMAN, Capt. DICGUIRE, Mgr. MERRITT HUNSBERGER, Asst. Mgr.
Captain . .,.. SYDNEY K. ALLMAN Manager ...... FRANCIS M. MC'GUIIiE
Assistant Managers ..... ROGERS M. DREXV, HARRY A. HUNSBERGER
SEASON OF 1924
May Q. Harvard . Pennsylvania . . New York
May 3. Princeton Pennsylvania . . New York
May 10. Penn State Pennsylvania . . Philadelphia
May 16. Columbia Pennsylvania. . . New York
May 17. lvilliams . Pennsylvania CA.M.j . , New York
May 17. Dartmouth Pennsylvania fP.M.J . . New York
May 24. Yale . . . Pennsylvania . . New York
SEASON OF 1925
May 8. Columbia . . . . .New York May 15. Harvard . . . . New York
May 9. Williams CA.M.j . . . Montclair May 16. Princeton . . . New York
May 9. Dartmouth fP.M.D . . . Montclair May 23. Yale . . . . New York
L I T C H
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DOUGLAS ADDIS, Asst. Mgr. HARTMAN, Mgr. HOULBERG LERCH
LISKER FEASTER VALGENTI, Capt. N OLAND WILLIAMS
CHRONICLE OF RIFLE TEAM
Illanagar .... H. REED I-IARTMAN Assistant Managers .... JOSEPH S. VVILE
Captain . . . FRANK J. VALGENTI ' J. STANLEY Anms
FRANK J. VALGENTI NIANNING W. DODSON S. LISKER CHARLES W. DoUGLAs
HAROLD T. GRfkVES JOSEPH F. FEASTER, JR. N. PIOULBERG I.. K. LERCII
ALXVYN P. WILLIAMS PIERCE NOLAND RALPH V. H. WOOD
Feb. 14. N. Y. U. . .... 1908 Pennsylvania 1898
Feb. 21. Penn State . . . . 1904 Pennsylvania 1936
Feb. 28. Columbia .,........ 1827 Pennsylvania 1937
March 7. Princeton .,........ 1757 Pennsylvania 1957
CNew worlcl's intercollegiate recordj
lVIa.rclI 14. Syracuse ......,... 1897, Pennsylvania 1957
March 21. BuH'alo ........... 1822 Pennsylvania 1959
S CN ew world's intercollegiate recordj
Marelx 28. C. C. N. Y. ......... 1902 Pennsylvania 1941
Indoor Intercollegiates at New York, April 18. Outdoor Intercollegiates at Annapolis, May 18
THE INTERFRATERNITY AGREEMENT
S THE President of the Interfraternity Council, it is my
duty .to review the. present agreement among the fra-
E ternities for the rushing of Freshmen.
? 5 E During the past year there has been less criticism of the
'-"-"-"-' agreement than in previous years. This is due to but one
thing-a better spirit and understanding among the fraternities. The
progress made in this line is worthy of special Commendation, but the
success of the past year also proved the possibility of further improve-
ment. The achievements of the past should only serve to inspire us to a
greater effort in the future.
The preliminary rushing smoker served Well its purpose of giving the
fraternity man an opportunity to Hlook overn the Freshmen prior to the
regular rushing, and by so doing lessened the temptation to the over-
zealous fraternity to overstep the conditions of the agreement.
The right to bid Freshmen any time during rushing season was tried
for the first time. This served to legalize what had previously been the
bane of the agreement's existence.
The problem of "pre-season rushing" in the dormitories has not yet
been satisfactorily met. In this particular, more than any other, the
present agreement seems lacking. It is rather difficult to draw up an
agreement that is specific and yet meets with the approval of the signa-
tory fraternities. But the abuse of the code of rushing in the dormitories
is still evident and reflects adversely on the effectiveness of our agreement.
The Interfraternity Council is not merely an administrative body for
the purpose of dealing with the conditions of the agreement. It should
further its position by the giving of sound criticism and constructive
advice that would result in a spirit of fair play such as is necessary in so
serious a matter as fraternity relations in University life.
It is our hope that before the present term' ends, the few remaining
problems will be solved and the entire agreement will be so respected
by all fraternities that the Whole policy will tend to the glory of student
relationship at our University.
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Alpha Chi Rho . .
Alpha Epsilon Pi . .
Alpha 1VIu Sigma . .
Alpha Phi Delta . .
Alpha Psi ....
Alpha Sigma Phi . .
Alpha Tau Omega .
Beta Sigma Rho . .
Beta Theta Pi . .
Chi Delta Alpha . .
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Phi .....
Delta Psi ...,
Delta Phi Sigma . .
Delta Sigma Phi . ,
Delta Tau Delta . .
Delta Upsilon . .
Kappa Alpha . .
Kappa Alpha Phi .
Kappa Nu . . .
Kappa Sigma . . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
Omicron Alpha Tau
Phi Alpha .....
Phi Beta Delta . .
Phi Delta Tau . .
Phi Delta Theta . .
. 384, 385 Phi Epsilon Pi , . 406, 407
. 370, 371 Phi Gamma Delta . 356, 357
. 490, 491 Phi Kappa Psi . . 35Q, 353
- 443 Phi Kappa Sigma . 346 347
- 438, 439 Phi Sigma Delta . . 414 4,15
' 394, 395 Phi Sigma Kappa . 376 377
' 408, 409 Pi Delta Epsilon. . , 392 393
' 358' 359 Pi Kappa Alpha . . 426 427
' 434' 435 Pi Lambda Phi . . 382 sas
. 354, 355
Psi Upsilon . . 364 365
' 440' im Sigma Alpha . , . 445
. 374, 375
' 342, 343 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 378 379
I 348, 349 Sigma Alpha Mu . . 410 411
U 446, 44,7 Sigma Chi .... 350 351
v 390, 391 Sigma Lambda Pi . 436 437
1 372, 373 Sigma Nu .... 368 369
V 362, 363 Sigma Phi Epsilon . 380 381
, 404, 405 Sigma Phi Sigma . . 388 389
. 432, 433 Sigma Pi . . . 396 397
. 418, 419 Sigma Tau Phi . 416 417
. 366, 367 Tau Delta Phi . . 424 425
. 402, 403 Tau Epsilon Phi . . 428 429
. 444 Theta Chi .' . . . 398 399
. 430, 431 Theta Delta Chi . . 412 413
. 4292, 423 Theta Xi .... 400 401
. 442 Zeta Beta Tau . . 386, 387
. 360, 361 Zeta Psi . . 344, 345
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ISAAC A. PENNYPACKER, B.S., LL.B.
WILLIAM HENRY FURNESS. Sd, M.D.
THOh'IAS NV. HULME, B.S., C.E.
ALEXANDER VAN JRENSSELAER,A.B1.
GEORGE B. WOOD, M.D. .
CHARLES N. DAVIS, A.M.. M.D.
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ARTHUR C. HOWLAND, PH.D.
JOHN CLAXTON GITTINGS, M.D.
ARTHUR H. HOPKINS, A.B., M.D.
CHARLES MERRIUM WVHARTON, B.S., M.D
ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSAT, A.B., PHD.
JAMES HANIILTON CHESTON, A.B., LL.B.
KNOX NICILWAIN, B.S. IN EE.
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FREDERICK LEWIS WVEHR
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JOSEPH NIICKLE FOX, JR.
CLARENCE WORTH OLCOTT, Qd
CHURCHILL YVILLIAMS, JR.
WILLIAM WILSON LONGSTRETH, JR
WILLIAM NIIFFLIN LARGE
JOHN PRICE VVETHERILL, 3d
THOMAS ANTHONY HUGHES
JOHN IVICCALLA KENNEDY, JR.
WILLIAM SHERWVOOD WHITE
SAMUEL HARPER COLLOM, 3d
ROBERT DAFFRON, JR.
DANIEL CHARLES DONOGHUE, JR.
HENRY HAVELOCK HORROCKS, JR.
EDYVIN CHESLEY ESTES LOJRD, JR.
HAROLD YADRIAN IVICTIGUE
LAWRENCE VVILLIAM ORB
WILLIAM ALPHONSO ROLIN, JR.
FRANCIS JENKINS TUCICER, JR.
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FREDERICK FRALEY, M.D.
SPARTA FRITZ, JR.
JOHN MCARTHUR HARRIS, JR.
CHARLES CUSTIS HARRISON
CHARLES CHAUNCEY SAVAGE
JAMES ALAN MONTGOMERY
F. CORLIES MORGAN
ROLAND SLETOR MORRIS
THOMAS RUNDLE NEILSON, M.D
O. H. PERRY PEPPER, M.D.
GEORGE WHARTON PEPPER
WVILLIAM PEPPER, IVLD.
NICHOLAS NEWLIN BAILY
ROBERT STAFFORD BRODHEAD
HERVEY PARKE CLARK
WILLIAM EZRA LING
NVILLIAM AUCHINCLOSS TRUSLOW
JAMES LEE PATTON, JR.
JOHN WVARN STENHOUSE
CHARLES W INTHROP LEA
ALFRED PEARCE CRISFIELD RICHARD TOWN ODIORNE
FREDERICK HOFELE CRAWFORD ROBERT COMLY SHOEMAKER
MILTON BENNETT MEDARY, Sd SIDNEY J. STALL
JOHN MEAD MQNTGONIERY
ROBERT W. BARKER
F. ALLEN BARTOW
JAMES F. BILLINGSLEA
BEAUVEAU BORIE, 3d
JOSEPH B. COWPERTHWAITE
ALONZO GARTLEY, JR.
THOMAS S. GATES, JR.
WILLIAM B. HUSTON
DAVID H. LUDLOW
R. WALLACE MCCLANAHAN
JOHN B. MITCHELL
HARRY T. SALLMON
GERALD B. WEST
OWEN JONES WISTER
WEST HUSTON LUDLOXV
GARTLEY BARKER SALLMON BARTOW Bonne: GATES BILLINGSLEA MITCHELL
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RANDAL MORGAN, A.B., A.M.
EFFINGHAM BUCKLE1' MORRIS, A.M., LL.B.
JOHN BARNARD GEST, LL.B., B.S., M.E
CHARLES ROOT TURNER. M.D., D.D.S.
J. NORMAN HENR1', NLD. '
BARTON COOKE HIRST, A.B., M.D., LL.D.
RICHARD HICKNIAN HARTE, M.D.
VVILLIAM DRAPER LEWIS, LL.D., PH.D.
GEORGE SUMNER CRAMPTON, M.D.
IXDDINELL HENVSON, A.M.. M.D.
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3539 LOCUST STREET
RUSSEL DUANE, A.B., LL.B.
WILLIAM HEWSON, A.M., M.D.
WVARD BRINTON, A.M., M.D.
JOHN COOKE HIRST, Qd, A.B., M.D.
HAROLD WVALDRON HOW, M.D.
PAUL CONNER VVAGNER, A.B., LL.B.
JOSEPH MARCHANT HAYNIAN, JR., A.B., M.D.
JOSEPH STOKES, JR., A.B., M.D.
EDWARD CLARKE LUKENS, A.B., LL.B.
:KARL MUSSER HAUSER, PH.B.
EDWARD ABBOTT SIBLEY, A.B.
GEORGE VVILLIAM NORRIS, A.B., M.D.
HUBERT IRENEE DU PONT, A.B,
CHARLES EDWARD JKENWORTHY, A.B.
FRANCIS DRING YVETHERILL LUKENS, A.B.
JAMES BRYANT TVIASON. A.B.
VVYNNE JAMES, JR., A.B.
WVILLIAM E. PARKE, A.B.
DAVID STEWARD POLK, A.B.
JOHN HOLLINGSWORTII VVHARTON, A.B.
CHARLES MUNSON JUSTI, B.S. IN
HARRY PARDEE KELLAR, A.B.
JOSEPH CLIFFORD TAYLOR, A.B.
LOUIS B. LAPLACE, A.B.
CECIL I. CROUSE, A.B.
JAMES STARR FARNUM
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DANIEL SMITH TVIERRITT
ELLISTON PEROT BISSELL
CHARLES VINOL HULICK
CORNELIUS NOLEN VVEYGANDT
XVILLIAM WILSON YOUNG
T. MORRIS PEROT
THOMAS FREMONT GRIFFITH
, OSBORNE COATES CRESSON
JAMES MAURAN RHODES SINKLER
WVILLIAM REESE SCOTT, 3d
PHILIP JAYNE CHAPMAN
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3637 LOCUST STREET
Faculty M embers
'WILLIAM ELLERY ALMY, B.S. IN ECON.
FRANCIS HERNIAN BOHLEN, A.B., PH.D., LL,D.
ARTHUR LATHAM CHURCH, B.S.
ROBERT DECHERT, A.B., LL.B.
JOHN FRAZER, A.M., PH.D.
CHARLES HARRISON FRAZIER, A.B., M.D.
GEORGE HARRISON FRAZIER, A.B.
ARTHUR HOWELL GERHARD, A.B., M.D.
JOHN P. CROZER GRIFFITH, A.B., M.D., PI'I.D.
FRANCIS CLARK GRANT, A.B., M.D.
CHARLES PREVOST GRAYSON, A.B., M.D.
ELDREDGE SNYDER, A.B., B.S. IN ARCH.
JAMES ROBERTS WOODS DOWNS
HENRY NEILL PAUL, JR.
VVALLACE LEONARD ALEXANDER,
HORATIO CURTIS WOOD, JR.
ROBERT LUCAS PITFIELD, JR.
OLIVER WOLCOTT BROCK
ELI ICIRK PRICE, 3d
HENRY DOUGLAS PAXSON, JR.
BENJAMIN VVEST FRAZIER, JR.
GEORGE CHAPMAN THAYER
EDWARD KING MCCAGG
WVARWICK POTTER SCOTT
JOHN STEARNS BLEECKER, JR.
JOHN KENNEDY EWING, 3d
JAMES SPEAR HATEIELD
THOMAS HART, A.B.
SAMUEL FREDERIC. HOUSTON, A.B.
EDVSVARD WALTER MADEIRA, A.B., LL.B.
THOBIAS NOLAN, B.S.. M.S., PH.B., A.M.
CHARLES CAMBLOS NORRIS, M.D.
GEORGE STUART PATTERSON, B.S., LL.D.
RALPH PEMBERTON, M.D.
WVILLIAM POVVELL ROBINS, A.B., EG., CA.D.G.j
ARTHUR RINGOLD SPENCER, B.S., LL.B.
ISAAC STARR, JR., B.S., M.D. '
WVILLIAM DANIEL STROUD, B.S., M.D.
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ERIC ALLAN MCCOUCH. A.B., LL.B.
JOSEPH SILL CLARK, A.B.
MORRIS DUANE, A.B.
HENRY COLEMAN BASKERVILLE
RICHARD HENRY REEYVE K
JOHN DURR BUEMMING
HOWARD TUNNELL LONG
AVERY BORRODELL CLARK
DAVID PENISTONE SCOBIE
JOHN PHELPS VOORHEES
BERNARD PENN-GASKELL NLCGRANN
CHARLES CORSON DAY
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3809 LOCUST STREET
EMORY RICHARD JOHNSON, PH.D., M.L., SC.D.
HAROLD SAVIN SHERTZ, B.S., LL.B.
CLARENCE E. CLEWELL, E.E. '
WVENDELL PHILLIPS RAINE, B.S. IN ECON., M.A.
CLARENCE NEWELL CALLENDER, B.S. IN ECON.
GEORGE ARTHUR YVILSON
JOHN P. MITCHELL
VVILLIAM NORMAN FREYER
HECTOR EDNVARD MACDONALD
STANLEY FULLER BRADING
J. PAUL CRAWFORD
FRED M. GILLESPIE
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JOHN CHARLES FULLING
CONRAD ROBERT F. RUCKELSIIAUS
MAURICE K. MICHAEL MURPHY
GEORGE TELIPORD MORROW
EDSON DENIAREE DRONBERGER
JAMES FREDERIC SPIGLER
HAYWARD WVILLIAM STRECKER
RICHARD NEALE YOUNG
SAM COLLINS PLUMMER
HAROLD MORRILL FARON
ARTHUR FRANCIS DILLEMUTH
JOSEPH PATTERSON BINNS
VVILLIAM BROWN DERN
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FREDERICK BRUCE FORWARD
THOMAS JEFFERSON JOHNSON
IALTON LEROY PAPVVORTH
RICHARD ISLIRK SNIVELY
RANSFORD MASON BEACH
NVILLIAM ZIEGLER MCLEAR
LLOYD BRIGHTBILL GILMAN
ALAN COVERT GARDNER
HARRY ALBERT HUNSBERGER
JVVILLIAM IRA PRINCE, JR.
ARTHUR GLASPEY JOHNSON
JAMES EUSTACE, JR.
CHARLES WINDLE MCNIAHON
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THOMAS ARTHUR CAWTHRA
CHARLES NICKOLAS KESSLER,
CHARLES JOSEPH LESLIE
WILLIAM J ORDON, Sd
RALPH EDWARD CULBERTSON
HARLAN SMITH DEVOE
JOHN FREDERICK MARQUARDT
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MORRIS LEWIS CLOTHIER, A.B., LL.D.
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FREDERICK EHRENFELD, PH.D.
EDWVARD HARRIS GOODMAN, M.D.
EDWIN R. IQEEDY. A.M.. LL.B.
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WILLIAM HENRY LLOYD, A.B., LL.D.
PAUL HOWARD NIUSSER, A.B., PH.D.
CARL XVILLIAMS, M.D.
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Faculty M embers
WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON, A.B., M.D.
GRAYSON HOWARD MCCOUCH, A.B., M.D.
KUHNRATH PANCOAST, M.D.
JOSIAH H. PENNIMAN, A.M., PH.D., LL.D.
HENRY MCIQENTY ROTHERMOL, A.B.
SAILER, M.D., PH.B.
FELIX E. SCHELLING, PH.D., LITT.D., LL.D.
ALLEN JOHN SMITH, A.M., M.D., SC.D., LL.D.
EDGAR FAHS SMITH, PH.D., SC.D., L.H.D.,
M.D., LITT.D., CHEM.D.
CALVIN MASON SMYTH, JR., M.D.
GEORGE SCOTT STEWART, A.B., LL.B.
RAY BEACH WALLACE, B.S. IN ECON., M.A.
THOMPSON S. WESCOTT, A.B., M.D.
EDWARD GEORGE HARTJE, JR. WILLIAM HOMER GILBERT
NORMAN LESTER PANCOAST ALEXIS HUNTINGTON BOSTWICK
FRANCIS COOKE WARD PATON ROBERT WILLIAM ZEHRING
JOSEPH WESTBAY WALKER WILLIAM MARTIN COOPER, JR.
HENRY COIT WILLIAMS
GEORGE FILSON DANIELS GRAHAM VEALE
FRANK BURKHART ELLIS, JR. RALPH VICTOR HAROLD WOOD
PRESTON ADAMS WILLIAMS GEORGE LANSING TAYLOR
EDMUND LIEDGE STUBBE SAMUEL HAROLD SUPPLEE
JOHN HOFFNIAN MURRAY ,
RICHARD CORBIN FORD THOMAS XKVILLIAM HOUSE, JR.
ALFRED NIXON SUPPLEE JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR.
RICHARD SESSIONS REDWAY JOHN THOMPSON SHAFFER
JOHN SCOTT WALKER HAROLD MARSHALL SOARS
LEE PHILLIPS MCGEAN
MARCELLUS EUGENE WRIGHT, JR.
JAMES L. FREE
XVORTHINGTON GIRARD BUTTON
JOHN THORNLEY HARDING
DAVID VVOLFE COATES
ARTHUR WILLIAM LOEHR
IRVING ROGER STEVENS, JR.
ROLAND BEADEL POND
WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL
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3529 LOCUST STREET
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ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN,.'X.B.,1JH.D. JOHN GOODRICH CLARK, M.D.
ROBERT H. FERNALD, 1XI.E., A.M., LL.B. GEORGE FRANKLIN COLE, A.B., PH.D.
ALBERT DUNCAN YOCUM, PH.D., PHJB. THEODORE CALDWELL EDWARDS, A.B.
BURTON NLORLEY, A.B.
NIARION VERNON BREVVINGTON
RICHARD WILSON COOK
JOHN MACF.ARLAND DOUGLAS
GEORGE CAMERON DROHIAN
NIARSHALL G. BI,-XTHENY
XVALTER AUSTIN RUTLEDGE
PAUL JOHN FREDERICK SCHMITT
ROBERT LOVELAND SINGER
J. WILLIAM FEREE
DAVIS T. BOHAN CLYDE VVIGMORE JACKSON
CHARLES WILSON DOUGL.AS GUY E. MANN
MELVILLE UPTON EATON EDWARD SCOTT LOWER, JR.
HARRY NICCASLIN EASTON, JR. CHARLES :XUGUSTUS VV. UHLE
J. STANLEY YOUNG
WILSON TRAFFORD ALLPASS
LFHEODORE H. ARNOLD
CHARLES STUART BRYDON
RICHARD STEPHENS CHAPMAN
ARTHUR MOSELY HOPKINS, JR.
FRANCIS BERNARD HUBER
HOWARD MANNING IQIRK. JR.
JOHN CHARLES ANDERSON
WVARNER RAINS CLEVELAND
LEONARD CARTER DILL, JR.
STEPHEN RALPH DOUGLAS
JOHN NLERCIER GREENE
HOWARD WILLIAM LINK
RAYMOND FREDERICK NIULLER
ROBERT :ALBERT KRANTZ
SAMUEL WILLIAMS PARKE
JOSEPH FIELDING PATTEN
ERWIN A. -STUEBNER
DONALD KIRK SINGER
VVILLIAM MEREDITH WOOD
DONALD KENNETH VVRIGHT
GEORGE BIRDSAL PASSMORE, JR.
DONALD EDWARD PRATT
ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN, JR.
FORBES ALFRED RYDER
HENRY WVILKENS SCHMIDT
LAWRENCE NIARKWOOD SCHOFF
BLAINE WAHAB SCOTT, JR.
EDWARD ARTHUR TALBOT, JR.
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3614 LOCUST STREET
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CHARLES H. MAXON, A.M., PH.D.
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JAMES C. HOWGATE
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EDWARD THEODORE GRANDLIENARD, C.E.
JOHN PERCY TVIOORE, B.S., PH.D.
JOHN WILLIAM ADAMS, A.B., M.D.
LEMUEL BRADDOCK SCHOFIELD, A.M., LL.B.
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RALPH CARL GUENTHER
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GEORGE ALEXANDER GAGE
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CLARENCE GRIFFIN CHILD, A.M., PH.D., L.H.D.,
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HENRY HERBERT DONALDSON, PH.D., SC.D.
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HARRY BROWN VAN DEVENTER, A.M., . .
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JAMES FORSYTHE NICHOLAS
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BERTRAM POWELL MOORE
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ARNOLD DALE KERFOOT MASON
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HAROLD SAEGER STINE, A.B.
R. V. BOLGER, B.S. IN ECON.
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HARRY LEROY VANDERFORD
HAROLD ELY MERRICK
JAMES FREE MITCHELL
JOHN RUDOLPH TAPPAN
RICHARD DORMAN TRAINER
JOHN L. LISTER
JOHN MOYER MEREDITH
EDWIN C. PEASE
HERBERT NEWTON SCHWATT
THEODORE W. STEVENSON
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THOMAS POTTER MCCUTCHEON, A.B., PHD.
EDWARD R. FOSTER
WILLIAM CALVIN HOOVER SLAGLE
ROBERT NELSON BIERLY ,
THOMAS SALKALD HODGSON
WALTON EARL CARRUTH
RICHARD JOHNSON KOONS
YVILBUR LINCOLN HUNG
AUGUSTUS MOSES FULK
HARRY ROGER GILSON
VVILLIAM JOSEPH BRENNEN,
PETER JOSEPH COLE
FRANK NIAURAN CORNELL
THOMAS WINDSOR HARRIS
JOHN DALY ICERRIGAN
KENNETH HERBERT TVICDOWELL
GEORGE WEEKS TROUSDALE
CHARLES JUCH WEINSTOCK
STANTON GRANT MARQUARDT
EDWARD LEWIS SHUEY
CARL ROBINSON ICRIEG
ROY EDWARD SLAGLE
WILLIAM FREDERICK IQUEHNE, JR
JOHN WALTER VAUGHN
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THOMAS ANDREW HALL, JR.
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HIRAM CAULKINS, B.S. IN ECON.
LINCOLN VVILKINGTON HALL, B.S. IN ECON., PHD.
HERBERT SPRUCE HARNARD, A.B., PH.D.
LUTHER ARMSTRONG HARR, B.S. IN ECON., PH.D.
SHERMAN LANDERS, B.S. IN ECON.
WILLIAM JACKSON MERILL, A.B., M.D.
DANIEL EDWARD OWEN, A.B., PH.D.
EDWARD HOWARD PRESTON, JR.
KENNEDY BROWN BAILEY, 2d
JOHN DOSS BOWEN
ROBERT WVARREN DUDLEY
HAROLD DANIELS HUXLEY
GERALD JOSEPH KEADY
WILLIAM ROBERT MILLER, JR.
JAMES WILLIAM ALLSTON
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JOHN BOWEN KOHLER
EDWIN RUSSELL NIORINE
KARL EMERY ROBINSON
JOHN HUNTER SLATER
CARL HERMAN BROWN
JOHN HUME COUPER
FRANCIS VVALTER DALEY
ELVIN FOSTER FREY
RALPH LEIGH HALL
WILLIAM DEREVERE COMSTOCK
BURRIS MILO MITCHEL
BENJAMIN MILTON OWEN
CHARLES HENRY EMMERLING
ROBERT ANDREW ROSS
CHESTER LAWRENCE OLSON
EDWIN DUDLEY GARDINER
EDWARD JAMES SULLIVAN
WILLIAM THOMAS SULLIVAN
RICHARD WHITNEY TAYLOR
HENRY CLINTON PARENT
JAMES W. KENT
JESSE THOMPSON NICHELSON
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KARL WM. HENRY SCHOLZ, B.S., A.M., PH.D.
LEIGHTON PAXTON STRADLEY, LL.B.
JAMES HERBERT HORNADAY, B.S. IN ECON.
JOHN FINTON I'IUMES, A.B.
G. LLOYD WILSON, A.B.
SIDNEY SANDERSON, M.A.
ROBERT DANIEL KEITH
WILLIAM FORD HARVEY
HARRY WILLIAM BROWN
NIERRITT VVILSON, JR.
GEORGE MCNEELY BELSTERLING
GERARD SCOTT SHELDON
ROBERT LINCOLN SEITZ
WKVILLIAM M. BUCHANAN
HANLEY MANUEL WHITE
PAUL PERINCHIEF DAVENPORT
LLEXVELLYN LESLIE CHAMBERS
LYALL WILLIAM BOWEN
JOHN R. KELLER
B. NELSON GUNNING
JAMES ABBOTT FRYATT
DONALD COURTNEY STREEVER
VVILLIAM BERNER ANDERSON
NORMAN SIDNEY HUMMEL
ROBERT MCKAY GREEN
VVILLIAM VVIDENER MORRIS
THEODORE HIRAM FAIRCHILD
JAMES WARREN HARRIS
EDWARD T. HAY, JR.
LEONARD R. FAYLE
GEORGE C. MUNGER
RICHARD PAGE AIKIN
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CHARLES THOMAS MAXWELL, JR.
CHARLES B. EGOLF
RUSSELL FREDERICK STEPHENS
PENNINGTON COPE WITMER
FRANK SCHOBLE, JR.
PHILIP DOUGLASS CREER
WILLIAM M. EWADINGER
DONALD KENNETH IRMIGER
EDWARD VVARREN HOAK
HENRY LLOYD CHILD
STANLEY MANUEL WHITE
FRANKLIN ERNEST KENDRICK
IRVING LIVINGSTONE WILSON GLONIGER
FRANKLIN SELLERS PATERSON
JEROME KEESE CHENEY
NORMAN EDWARD MALONE
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CHARLES FOX GORDON
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DONALD RABISAY YOUNG, A.B., A.M., PH.D.
JOHN LANGDON JONES, A.B.
ROBERT BAKER MITCHELL, B.S. IN ECON.
THOMAS JAMES MURPHY, B.S. IN ECON., A.M.
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EDWARD H. BENNETT
RICHARD P. MITCHELL
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THEODORE G. KNOBLAUCH
R. F. WELLMAN
EDWARD M. LA MARR
DANIEL OSMAN MERRUCK
JAMES JOSEPH MCGINNIS
HENRY LOCKWOOD MILLER
THOMAS PICKERING PRATT. AJR.
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ALAN MOSER RICH
HERCULES DORN STEWART
JOHN HUBLEY SCHALL
JOHN EDWARD TRAYNOR
RICHARD ROYAL WEIR
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D. D. FAWCETT, E.E. ROBERT ANDREW KEILTY, M.D.
FRANK GOLDSMITH SPECK, PH.D. ROLAND F. KRANIER, PH.D., A.M.
MATIiEW WILSON BLACK, A.M. JONATHAN HOWE PUGH, B.S. IN ECON.
CHARLES EDWARD DAGIT
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CHARLES JACOB HALLER
CARROLL RUTHEREORD HEADLEY
ROGERS MUNRO DREW
JEROME OSBORNE EVAUL
MILTON LEYVIS HOLLAND
FRANK .NLAXON ALLEN
THEODORE CHAPIN BONNEY
JOHN STRONG BONSALL
CLIFFORD HENRY BUX
ALLAN CORWIN DAVEY
FIOYVARD IRVING DILLINGHARI
VERNON HORACE KUNKLE
CHARLES ALBERT BEHRINGER, JR.
JAMES HARRINGTON CROSS
HARRY B. MCCLURE, C.E.
JOHN FREDERICK HORRISBERGER
FRANK PIERCE HUEF, JR.
DONALD KEARNS HOWE
STOCKTON GLYNN JOHNSON
HAROLD MANCHESTER JOHNSON
CLARENCE BUSHNELL LITCHFIELD
GEORGE NEAL DUSENBURY
FREDERICK ADAMS FISKE
HAROLD HENRY FROHLICH
CHARLES PROCTOR GIVEN
CARL WILLIAM GSAND
BURTON PAUL NIANSFIELD
WILLIAM FREDERICK FISCHER, JR.
CHARLES RUSSELL HILTON
JOHN DAVIS KING
DONALD BREMER MACNEIR
ALLEN LLEWELLYN OMOHUNDRO
KENNETH ROBERT SCHAAL
CHARLES ALBERT VVILSON
MARTIN LUTHER LONG
JOHN HIRAM MCKEE
JOHN PAUL WILSON
THOMAS WALLACE MCNARY
RICHARD JAMES REILLY
WALDEN JONES RICHARDSON
CHARLES EDWARD WEBB
JAMES VVELLFORD WHITE
JOHN FREDERICK WOLF
CHARLES STUART RAMSAY
MOYER ROBERT MILLARD
KENNETH RIAL STEAD
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VICTOR S. LESSER
STANLEY EDWARD BENFORD
PAUL JOSEPH BUECHLER
ALLAN S. DAVIS
NATHANIEL GEORGE KANRICH
JOSEPH H. FULD
RUSSELL N. LEVIN
DANIEL E. PRICE
ALAN B. ROTHENBERG'
ROBERT MORRIS SCHWARTZ
RICHARD LOWENSTEIN SIMON
ROBERT SIMON ULMAN
CLARENCE B. TREEGER
WILLIAM SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN
GERALD M. GREENCLAY
GORDON ARNOLD OGDEN
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SOLOMON S. HUEBNER, M.S., PH.D. GEORGE HERVEY HALLETT, PH.D.
EDWARD LODHOLZ, M.D. XKVILLIAM ZERFING, D.D.S.
GEORGE E. NITZSCHE, LL.B. GWILYIVI EMYR OWEN, PH.D.
WILLIAM ALBERT CAPON, D.D.S. JOHN REINERT WHITAKER, B.S. IN ECON.
DAVID B. JEREMIAH, A.M. PHILIP SAMUEL STOUT, M.D.
WILLIAM ROY HOCKENBERRY, A.M. COLLIER FORD NIARTIN, M.D.
J. RUSSELL DOUBMAN, B.S. IN ECON., LL.B., M.A. BENJAMIN A. THOMAS, PH.D.
JOSEPH JOHNSTON SUTTON, B.S. IN ECON. H EDWIN M. FOGEL, PH.D.
JOHN FRANCIS JEREMIAH, B.S. IN ECON. LEON ELKANAH SMITH, B.S., M.A.
ROBERT REIGEL, PH.D. FRED DICKSON WVOOD, D.V.1VI.
RAYMOND ZMLORGAN, PH.D. LELAND GOODLANDER EDINGER, B.S. IN ECON., M.A.
LELAND JAMES GORDON, B.S. IN ECON., M.A. WILLIAM HARKINS, B.A.
WILLIAM D. HARKINS, A.B., LL.B. JOHN VVHITAKER, B.S. IN ECON., M.S. IN ECON.
JOHN KNOX PATTERSON
ROYAL JEROME SMITH FREDERICK CHESTER TAYLOR
LEONARD CHARLES HAIVIBLOCK C25 Med.j ROBERT HARRIS GEARHART, JR. CGrad.j
EDWIN OLIVER APP NORMAN WVEAVER CLEMENS CGrad.j
STEWART WILSON PIKE EDWARD LYON ICEYTE C27 Medj
JAMES LINDSEY G. PARSONS DONALD GLENN CORBETT
LEON THOMAS MOORE C25 Gradj EDWARD JACKSON THOMPSON C25 Lawj
NVVILLIAM WOOD WALTERS JOHN RAYMOND KAUIPFMAN QCCTJ
HAROLD FREDERIC STEPHENSON HAROLD B. RAMSEY C28 Lawb
LVILLIAM PAGE NLEALING
VICTOR MARTIN PARACHINI GEORGE EICHNER FRANKLIN MERION TARBELL MOOBERRY
JOHN COOPER TINKLEPAUGH JOHN LEONARD DENISON JULIAN HORNE CHAMBERS
GEORGE EDWVIN CHISHOLM LOYVELL HOFFNIAN FISHER VVILLIAMJIXRUMAN THORPE, JR.
HARRY VVARDEN WILSON ORVILLE EBER DIMMICK THOMAS ROBERT JOHNSON
EDNVARD PAUL SMITH CHARLES AUGUSTUS KELLEY
GORDON WALDRON FINDLEY DENNIS BLACKBURN STOLLINGS NORNIAN MORTENSON
SAMUEL SYLVESTER DIEHL THEODORE STARK MILLER T. FOYE SHUMAKER
WILLIAM A. BURNS
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HERMAN B. COHEN, M.D.
IRVING D. ROSSHEIM, B.S. IN ECON., LL.D.
NORNIAN S. ROTHSCHILD, M.D.
MYRON ZACKS, M.D.
NORMAN F. CALDWELL
LOUIS W. GROTTA
MAX E. IQLEEMAN
HARRY L. LEVIN
PAUL M. TYROLER
IRVING J. GRIMES
REYNARD L. JOSEPH
RICHARD K. EINSTEIN
HENRY H. I'IECI-IT
JAMES S. ULLMAN
HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER
ROBERT D. STRAUS
ABRAHAM L. BASHWITZ
JOSEPH S. LEDERER
EDWARD G. BAKER
HENRY A. LEVY
EDWIN M. PHILLIPS
JACK M. SAKS
NATHAN J. SNELLENBURG
BYRON J. STOLAROFF
BEN J. TEPPER
BERNARD S. STEINER
SEYMOUR B. WALDMAN
WILLIAM D. WALLBRUNN
JOSEPH B. LENZNER
S. ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER
JOSEPH I. GRIMES
SIDNEEK O. LEVIN
WILLIAM S. WOLF'
HARRY W. PFEIFER, JR.
JUSTIN F. LEEKER
LGRIMES VVALDMAN HELD WEINBERG LEDERE11 G.G1uMEs BASHXVITZ BUTLER OHNSTEIN BAKER WOLF ZELTEH PFEIFER LOXVENSTEIN GLUCK
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WALTER WOODBURN HYDE, A.M., PH.D.
MORRIS JEFFERIS BABB, B.S., PHD.
EDWARD POTTS CHEYNEY, A.M LLD
WILLIAM EASBY, JR., C.E.
WILLIAM HARRISON KAVANAUGH
WILLIAM ARTHUR HAZELTON
ANDREW DURLAND MAPES
HARRY WALKER GRAY
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THEODORE DORN REDUCKA
LLEWLYN CHARLES MARTIN
HENRY NEVIN ROBB
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RANDOLPH VVALLACE MEYER
HENRY SHAW MONCRIEF
THOMAS GUY MILLER
GEORGE NICHOLAS BIGGS
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EDGAR BERNARD RUDIN
CLYDE ALEXANDER PEARCE
ALBERT LEE KLOPFER, JR.
CHARLES FREDERICK DAVENPORT
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STANLEY W. MICHAEL
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HERBERT VINCENT LOESCH
FORD MCDERMOTT MARTIN
MAHLON KIESTER ROBB
MAURICE LEWIS CAMPBELL
JOSEPH LEE RICE, JR.
EDWIN DITMAR COLE
JAMES CARROLL ANTHONY
GEORGE THOMAS PANCOAST
DONALD LINDSEY BUCKLER
RALPH WESLEY FOSTER
ALBERT CARL LOHMANN
HAROLD PARKER JOHNSON
BENJAMIN LISTON BOWDEN
CHARLES PERKINS LOHMANN
WALTER CHRISTIAN MAYER
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CARL VAUGHAN FISHER
EDWIN ROGERS KYLE
CHARLES EDWARD MIDGLEY, J
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GERALD JAMES GABRIEL
HENRY LEE ZIEGLER
GEORGE EMERY TAYLOR
CARL RICHARD NELSON
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ROBERT LEONARD MILLER
LEWIS VVISNER SUTHERLAND
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GEORGE CLIFFORD 'FI-IOMAS KUNKLE
GARDNER MAURICE GORDON
NIORLEY VVATERFIELD BAKER
GEORGE ALBERT RODENIAN
ROBERT LESLIE PIKE
GLENN SCHROER ERDENBERGER
CHARLES SCHUYLER DOERR
CLYDE GREY GOODMAN
TVILLIAM ELDREDGE MASON
JOHN HARRY MILLER
XVITHEAT THOMPSON CUTLER
PHILIP GREGORY LEWIS, JR.
PAUL IRWIN BERTRAM
ALAN CORSON, JR.
HARRY CONARD AMBLER
EDWARD JAMES HUNTER, JR.
ROBERT CAMERON HUTCHINSON, JR.
HENRY FRANCIS LEUTHOLT
1V.1:0RLEY PAUL LUTZ '
ALEXANDER BYRD MACDOW'ELL
HENRY ALEXANDER MILLER
EDMUND JACOBY OERTER
RICHARD ANDREWS OGDEN
WILLIAM HERBERT OTTEY
FRANKLIN CLARK BURK
PAUL BRADFORD BATTERSBY
JAMES EDXVARD HANNA
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HAROLD VVHITE APPLEYARD
EMIDE ANTHONY THOMAS
JAMES REGINALD .HARMAN
FRANK WILSON GOADE
ROSCOE BASIL BUZZELL
EDWARD POWELL BAILEY, JR.
HOBART RICHMOND VVIMBLE
LEONARD LEGRAND HUNTER
GEORGE BIRNEY SALISBURY
GEORGE HONVARD TVALTON
EDVVARD JAMES FOLEY
ARMAND JOSEPH PEARTREE
MALVIN VVALTER RUNYON
GEORGE N. J. SOMMER, JR.
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FORREST C. JOBES
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WILLIAM G. SIMPSON
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L. A. PETERSON E. A. WEBB
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CHARLES ANSON RANDLETT VVARDWELL, B.S. IN ECON., MA.
SAMUEL HOWARD PATTERSON, B.S. IN ECON.,,M.A., PH.D.
EDWARD ROLAND COX, JR. '
AUGUSTUS SHAW GOETZ
HARRY HIRT ROTH
ROLAND FRED MALLON
HARRISON GILL KILDARE
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JOHN GEORGE SADTLER
WALTER DWIGHT NOSTRAND
OLIVER GOULD SWAN
JAMES CHARLES MACLEAN
WILLIAM HARRIS STEVENS. JR.
GEORGE KING GARDINER
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FRANK PARRISH SCHWARTZ
WVILLIAM YVINTERBOTHAM WOODSIDE
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J. FOLWVELL SCULL, JR.
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JOHN E. BOSWELL
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JOHN C. XVELCH
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DANA GREENLEAF HOW, B.S. IN ECON.
JOHN ROBSON SKEEN, B.S., M.A.
HOBART STEVEN PERRY, B.S. IN ECON.
JAMES HEYWORTH HUNTER
SAMUEL RHEN GUNDRUM
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WILLARD VINCENT MERRIHUE
ALBERT M. WITWER, JR.
CHAPMAN T. BEAUREGARD
ROBERT BRUCE BEITH
RALPH CHARLES PFENNIG
CHARLES STAGG ROGERS
WILLIAM MCCAND,LISS LEE
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HERBERT ANTHONY AMEISEN
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3930 SPRUCE STREET
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HAROLD E. PENDER, A.B., PH.D.
CARLOS BERGUIDO, A.B., LL.B.
CLAIR L. WVILCOX, B.S. IN ECON., M.A.
C. CANBY BALDERSTON, B.S. IN ECON.
EDWIN F. PIKE, B.S. IN CH.E., M.S.
OTTO E. ALB'RECHT, A.B.
JOHN EDWARD COBLE
WALLACE LINCOLN MCINTYRE
CLARENCE ADOLPH FRANKENBURG
WILLIAM LIGGETT SHENTON
WILLIAM FRANK BOWER, JR. .
ROBERT LEONARD MILLS
DUDLEY NEAR VAN KLEECK
WILLIAM F. SATTERTHWAITE
KERYL VELMORE CAMPBELL
FRANK HUBERT VVELLER
WILLIAM KENNETH KASTNER
JAMES BERTIE WILLAN
EDWARD ANTHONY DRISCOLL
HENRY THEODORE INMAN
JEWEL HOWARD COOK
KARL ENNALS JARRELL
JAMES MALCOLM HENDERSON
WALTER S. HIESTER
J. LAWRENCE DAVIS
ALFRED G. LINDBLAD, JR.
HERBERT P. GREGORY
JOHN HENRY RUSHTON
JOHN MCCALLISTER SHARPE
WILLIAM EVERETT FAITOUTE
KIRK S. WIGHT
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CONRAD VELDER HAHN, B.S. IN M.E.
WALTER SEILER, B.S. IN ECON.
ALEXANDER SIMPSON BAUER
ADRIAN JVICTOR HAROLD BORCHERS
CHARLES E. CORT
HOWARD J. CARROLL
JAMES P. EARP
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W. N. BAUGHMAN
HENRY VVILLIAM CHUBBUCK
MICHAEL IGNATIUS CUNNINGHAM
C. H. FABER
CARL HENRY GRASHOE, JR.
HERBERT EUGENE BAILEY
FREDRICK D. CRUM
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JAMES WATSON JACOT
GEORGE DECIUS MILLER
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HARRY JAMES LOMAN, B.S. IN ECON.
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DONALD ASHCROFT HILSEE, B.S. IN ECON.
DAVID MCCAHN, B.S. IN ECON.
CHARLES CARROLL ROHLFING, B.S. IN ECON.
FRANKLYN ISREAL HARBACH
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FRANK GERARD HENSEL
GEORGE LEROY HILL
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JOHN L. HAIVIILTON, JR.
CLAUS GUSTAV JORDAN
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EDWIN CLINTON LONGWELL
JAMES BARTON MACPHERSON
JOHN NIERLIN 1VICLEISH
HAROLD I. NEUMAN
DANIEL A. SOUTHWELL
STANLEY JOSEPH SIERACKI
ALEXANDER NICKNIGHT SYKES
NIILLARD G. SCHRAM
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GEORGE M. LINCOLN
WILLIAM CUTTING MISSMER
EDWARD STANLEY PANEK
JAMES EDGAR RODGERS
EDWIN ALLEN SNAPE, JR.
ROBERT DAVIS SEAGRAVES
VVILLIAM HERBERT WATTERSON
FRANK HOGAN MASSEY, 2d
ALBERT GRIFFITH MILLER
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HARRY J. WALTERS, JR.
RUDOLPH E. STEFFL
HENRY T. VANCE
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NATHANIEL EDWARD GRIFFIN, B.A., PH.D.
WILLIAM EVELYN MAGEE POOLE, A.B.
MALCOLM BAILEY ALLEN
ROBERT AUGUST STREETER
ROBERT NORMAN VVOODRUFF
CARL EDWARD ALLERSMEYER
HOWARD FRANKLIN PARK, JR.
ALEC CHARLES SUTIIERLAND
ROBERT BRUCE SINCLAIR
FRANK LONGSTAFE BAXTER
DAVID BRUCE CREW
RALPH WILLIAM DAVIES
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EDGAR TWEEDY BELDEN,
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DAVID VVESLEY RUSSELL
FRANKLIN LYLE TINKER
JOSEPH XVARK HUGGINS
EDWARD SMYTHE HALL
CHARLES TILLYER, TREGO
JAMES SAVAGE VVEBSTER
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3940 SPRUCE STREET
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ISAAC HUSIK, PH.D., LL.B.
JULIUS BAYLINSON, A.B.
SYDNEY K. ALLMAN
LOUIS O. BENOLIEL
SIMON A. GOLDSMITH
DAVID W. GOLTMAN
JACK S. GOLTMAN
HORACE R. HANO
JOSEPH R. BEAR
ALAN B. DAVID
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MARTIN I. FREEMAN, JR.
ROBERT E. GUGENHEIM
LEWIS I. HIRSCH
ROBERT K. RAISLER
CHARLES K. ALLMAN
B. PAUL BROIDA
WILLIAM B. FREEMAN
HENRY M. FEDER
ALVIN B. FISHER
CHARLES M. FLEISHMAN
EDGAR A. ANSPACHER
RUSSEL I. OPPENHEIM
BERNARD H. LOWY
ALBERT L. ,WERTHAN
DAVID W. LEDERMAN
EDWIN M. HYDEIVIAN
JULIAN M. KOBACKER
SYDNEY M. KLEEMAN
MARTIN D. MEYERS
FRANCIS N. NATHAN
EDGAR L. YORK
JOHN P. REINTHAL
GEORGE G. STEPPACHER
ALBERT LIEBERMAN, JR.
L. D. GROSS
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AVILLIAM DUNCAN GORDON, B.S. IN ECON.,
RALPH B. ALLEN, A.B., M.A.
ALBERT FRANCIS HURLBURT, A.B., A.M.
CLARENCE L. ECKEL, B.S. IN C.E.
GEORGE F. RICHARDSON, B.S. IN C.E.
FRANKLIN G. CONNOR, B.S. IN ECON.
FREDERICK BOLEY SCHELL, JR., ME.
CLELLAND D. CURTIS
EDGAR C. ALLEN
XVILLIAM H. PEAK
THOMAS F. BOON
JOHN S. LANCASTER
H. JAMISON SVVARTS
ROBERT E. XVATTS
CHARLES R. KIMBER
ORRELL O. AXLEY
JOHN R. FORD
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BENJAMIN A. EDWARDS
JAMES PRATT FOLEY
GEORGE M. VVITHINGTON
HARRIS FOSBINDER BROWNN
ROBERT RYERAS VALLEE
ROBERT LANGSDALE BUSWELL
CHARLES NELSON TVIOFFETT
DAVID BUSHROD JAMES, JR.
XVENDELL LINCOLN BRIGGS
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GURDON XVEBB HARTSHORN
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CHARLES JOSEPH PHILLIPS
CIJHOMAS WADE JARBOE
HARRY :XBIJAH FISK, JR.
G. VVREELAND HORTON
ROBERT A. GROFF
JOHN J. IQAUFFMAN
F. WILSON CARRAWAY
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FRANCIS M. MCGUIRE
WILLIAM W. MCKENDR1'
JOHN A. BRAINERD
LYLE L. SHEPARD
ROBERT N. BRIGGS
RICHARD TVIANNING ARCHIBALD
RALPH BULMAN EATON
WILLIAM LAWRENCE DE ANQUINOS
ELMER C. ARMSTRONG, JR.
HAROLD D. BARNSHAW
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HENRY GEORGE AOFMANN
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CARL OTTO HOFFMAN
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THEODORE VARNEY BAOON
DONALD M. SVVAN
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ALFRED W. ALVINO
HOWARD M. SATTELE
JOHN B. RODGERS
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JOHN R. TAYLOR
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EDWIN M. STRAUSS
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HOWARD L. BERGMAN
HARRY D. DERMON
MYRON S. GOLDMAN
SIDNEY J. KOVNER
MARVIN J. LARONGE
MORTON H. SANGER
THEODORE G. RICH.
ARNOLD M. SMITH
HYRIEN E. WINE
ARTHUR H. MAISNER
MILTON MILLER .
NATHAN N. NAIMAN
YOUNIE J. LEIBOWITZ
IRVING W. PERLMAN
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EDWARD GALLNER PHILLIP RICHMAN
LOUIS IQAPLAN JULIUS H. TOLSON
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LEON REIBENBERG SAUL KAPLAN
FRANK BLOOM ISADORE L. KOHEN
SIDNEY CATSIEE DAVID REITER
JOSEPH GOLDBERG MORTIMER B. ROSENBERGER
IRA HIRSCHBERG EDWARD M. ROSENFELD
EDNVARD K. JACOBSON HERMAN BRENNER
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ISRAEL I. SPECTOR BEN VVARSHAVSKY
HARRY STEINBERG ISRAEL PERSKY
NORVAL LEVY SAM LEVY
WARSHAVSKY CANTOR PERSKY BRENNER STEINBERG S. LEVY, N. LEVY, JACOBSON
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MAXWVELL GOLDBERG BERNARD BENJAMIN EIOHHOLZ
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SAMUEL J. ROBERTS
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ABRAM ORLOW, B.S. IN ECON., LL.B.
MAX ERVVIN BEREN
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HAROLD LEONARD JUDOVICH
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WILLIAM B. GOLDBERG
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JOSEPH H. BINDER
EDNVARD LEE FRIEDMAN
J ACK ARNOLD GORDON
MILTON E. KOSSACK
WALTER HERBERT GOTTLIEB
EMANUEL M. GOLDBLATT
BERNARD E. JACOBSON
NATHAN LEONARD JACOBS
SAMUEL PHILLIPS LAVINE
SIMON LENSON I
MAURICE FREDERICK SIMON
A. ARNOLD TANNENBAUIVI
LEO HERBERT REICHMAN
HARRY AARON GREEN
CHARLES L. LAVINE
HERMAN MODELL I
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WILLIAM VERNON WAX
GERALD N. FRANK
BECKER PEARLSTEIN PROPP FRE!-:DMAN L. LAVINE ARNOLD BAER ILLOTVAY BJARCH R. MILLER
TOBIAS GORE S. MILLER WAX JACKSON GOTTLIEB ROSENTHAL GOLDBLATT C, LAVINE LEVY LUXEMBERG
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FRANK B. BLOCK,
JOSEPH F. ULMAN,
MILTON EMANUEL GOLDSTONE
HARVEY DUDLEY LEUIN
JOSEPH FIDLER BRENNER
HASKEL ELIOT WINSBERG
BEN JAY DLUGACH
MAX ALBERT RIES
ALBERT RHEINSTROM ECKMANN
SIDNEY LOUIS SHRIRO
REGINALD ALFRED HIRSCH
SOLOMON BUSTER GOLDBERG
SAMUEL MAURICE RAPAPORT
NORMAN LAWRENCE ROBINSON
MILTON M. SUSSMAN
GILBERT STANLEY SIMONSKI
HENRY JAY KANNENSOHN
FRANCIS DAVID KONIGSBERG
HERMAN LEONARD MASH
COHEN Hmscii BASKIN IQONIGSBERG KANNENSOHN ISENBERG
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HARRY MERRILL GEHMAN, A.M., PH.D.
GEORGE DEWEY HARMON, A.B.
MERLE MIDDLETON ODGERS, A.B.
HAROLD E. SCHOFIELD
HARVEY TEMPLE BLOCK
J . LEO BUCKLEY
CARLTON FREDERIC DOSCHER
RICHARD FREDERIC HERR
HARTMAN BURRELL HERR
JOSEPH KEEN RULON
GEORGE JACOB SCHWARTZ, JR. -
EDWIN RAWSON MOUNTCASTLE
CHARLES ALFRED ALLEN
VVILLIAM REEL ATLEE
RUSSELL GEORGE BENZ
ALLEN COURTNEY BUDD
VVILLIAM EVERETT CLEMENTS
JOHN FREDERICK JUDD, JR.
EDGAR H. BENEDICT
CLEMENT W. CHANDLER
WARREN L. COBB
ROBERT M. DIGBY
JACQUES P. DU X7INAGE
EDWARD S. FISCHER
CLIFFORD NIOORE IRVIN
WKVALTER EASTBURN POWELL
EMERSON GERALD REINSCH
REGINALD AUGUSTUS TOOKE
CLARENCE WARREN SPEIGHT
DELVIN CLAIR STORMER
LEONARD K. LERCH
JAMES MILTON KENT
RICHARD STEEL VMACKENZIE
HAROLD CLEMENT MERTES
THOMAS J . STAPLETON
REGINALD FRANKLIN STERLINI
ALFRED EDWARD READ
HOWARD GRAFTON BRUSH
EDWARD G. HARDENBROOK
WILLIAM D. HUYLER
R. STANLEY PILAND
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RICHARD M. SNYDER
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SAMUEL HEINEMAN S. BURTON SPIRT
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GERARD HARRY ISAACSON
GEORGE L. ROSENBLOOM
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FRANKLIN R. CAWL, A.M.
BLANTON J. BROWVN JOHN J. KEEVERS
JAMES E. BRUCHLACHER HARRY 1. MACLEAN
C. FRANCIS CRONIN HOBART R. MARVIN
XVILLIAM H. DEALE, JR. WAYNE A. POTTER
EDWARD C. DENNY ALFRED O. REED
J. RAYMOND FISHER DONALD A. SMITH
NIAURICE W. HODGSON C. MAYNARD VVAGNER
ALBERT H. HALL ROBERT L. WINDSOR
HOWARD A. WITHEY
WALTER S. HUNTER E. DANA HAPGOOD
CHARLES HUSTON CRADDOCK JENSEN
GEORGE W. GEUDER
A. GARDINER GIBBS
FRANKLIN M. NICE
ELLERY W. NEWTON
GERALD R. RANSOM
MILTON J. REED
WILBUR H. WOLF
NVEXVTON RIXNSOAI BRONVN ICATTERMAN PLANKENTHORN JENSON
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BIILTON S. LEIDNER
SAMUEL KELL.AR GOLDSTEIN
IRVING C. LIVINGSTON
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S. MALCOLM STRAUSBERG
IIOXVARD L. FRANKS
ROI C. DAVIS
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HERBERT E. KAUFDIANN
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MURRAY ADDISON LAMBERT RAYMOND ELIAS SCHILLING
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LEON GILDENBERG HAROLD GRAF PINCUS
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CHARLES E. DONINI AUGUST K. DE MAYO
FRANK M. TRAVALINE, JR. HARRY J. DRAGONET'Jf1l'
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HENRY E. EVERDING
ROBERT R. FAY
H. REED HARTMAN
JULIUS S. HINCHNIAN
HAROLD J. BEAN
HOWARD S. BRUGH, JR.
CLIFFORD G. CORNWELL
FRANCIS J. CUBBERLEY
JOHN T. YOUNG
GORDON F. BLIZARD
WINCHESTER BRITTON, JR.
GEORGE H. CARPENTER
HUGH GIBSON EVANS
ARTHUR W. HOWES, JR.
STEPHEN H. BILLINGTON, JR.
FRANK L. CREIGIITON
THEODORE LIMBRECHT KOOS
CHARLES VVILLIAM RANCK
CONARD B. RHEINER
RAYMOND F. ROSS
EARL E. WHITE
PAUL R. FARLEY
FRANK HARTMAN, JR.
RODNEY B. HOTCHKIN
WELLINGTON J. SNYDER, JR.
DARRELL HOWARD MICHAEL
JAMES H. SANFORD
CARL S. UHRIG
RAYMOND PRESTON NULMER
MARSTON T. WOODRUFF
JOHN LEONARD HALLSTROM
WILLIAM LINDSEY GRAMER
EDWIN STEVENS QUINN
DERWIN BLAIR LAWS
WVILLIAM RUDOLPH IQESSLER
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ROLAND J. BECNEL
EDWARD T. BOWEN
MARCUS J. LYDON
FRANCIS L. REILLY
' FRANK J. SCHAUMBURG
WALTER F. BROVVNSON
D. EDWARD BURNS
ARTHUR J. CONWAY
JOHN E. COYNE
EUGENE N. DALY, AJR.
PHILIP W. DONVNES, JR.
THOMAS P. FOX
JOSEPH D. GALLAGIIER
F. HERBERT HENDEY, JR.
LEO T. CREGAN
DOUGLAS R. KIMLIN
FRED W. LUIGART
HORACE F. TVICCONNELL
JOHN N. ANDREWS
ROBERT C. DEVINE
JOHN S. FITZPATRICK
DANIEL G. HOGAN
ERNEST A. HOMSY
PAUL E. LAWLER
FRANK J. NAUNIANN
J. MARCY 0,BRIEN
J. RICHARD OGDEN, JR.
FRANK J. ROBERTSON
JOHN E. ROBINSON
EDWARD V. TOLAN
WVILLIAM V. VVALSH
JOSEPH F. WHITE
JOSEPH D. MOORE
CHARLES J. O,REILLY
ANDREW J. PLANDING
THOMAS J. SULLIVAN
GERALD D. HOWE
JAMES A. KELLY
JOHN P. O,NEIL
CARL J. SCHAEFER
CHARLES H. SCHREYER
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SAMUEL F. GREENSPAN
SOL C. BRECKER
3606 LOCUST STREET
BENJAMIN F. KABISLER
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SYDNEY A. IQRAMER .
NIORTIMER S. EDELSTEIN
ALBERT B. IVIELNIK
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JOSEPH M. STEIN
EMANUEL H. NICIQMAN
VVILLIAM E. B. SLAVIN
HIRAM B. WILSON
SAMUEL M. CAPLAN
HUBBARD HATCH BJELSON HAGENBUCH FRYE WILBAR BURTON ACKERSTRORI FOSTER
BINKLEY GREGORY AMRLER STOTT GARWOOD JOHNSON SEAMAN ROSCHEN BOWVM.-LN DERR
PFLAUM LEON BURKE COLBURN RIEGEL ADOURIAN HARSHAYN' WEBSTER KAISER
Sigma Qlpba fraternity
Founded 192.4 A Established 1924
EDWVARD N. ADOURIAN
RAYMOND T. BOXVMAN
KENNARD W. GREGORY
CARL W. KAISER
HAROLVD C. STOTT
PAUL P. JOHNSON
CHARLES A. SEAMAN
ALVIN G. BINKLEY
9232 SOUTH THIRTY4NINTH STREET
WILLIAM JAY LEON
HOMER O. ACKERSTROM
FRANCIS E. AMBLER WILLIAM A. RIEGEL I
JOHN C. PFLAUM FRANK W. ZIEGLER
XVILLIAM C. BURTON HAROLD C. COLBURN
HARRY C. HARSIN NICHOLAS C. DEV. HENWOOD
DAVID H. HARSHANX' CHARLES S. HUBBARD
CLIFFORD A. SIMONS MELVIN G. DEARTH
KARL B. HAGENBUCH RODOLP1-IO MELSON
CHARLES L. XVILBAR. JR. JOSEPH T. DERR
MARTIN F. HATCH JOHN Y. MACE
BENJAMIN P. FRYE
D. BARLOW BURKE
CARL S. HERBST
HERMAN D. ROSCHEN, JR
JOHN BRAYDON QUICKSEI,
alta hi Sigma
F ouncled 192.4
3439 CHESTNUT STREET
FRANKLIN BRUNELL IQRAUSS, A.B.
FREDERICK 1VIILTON WORLEY, B.S. IN ECON.
CLARENCE REGINALD CASE LOUIS CHARLES HOEMANN
LYELL CLARKE DAWES FRANCIS JOHN KEOGH
JACK ALBERT DOYVNING THOMAS RAXVSON REDNVOOD
GUY ST. JOHN VVARNER
JOHN DAVIS BRITTON CLINTON PARKER GEORGE
ALEX GLENDAY CLOUDSLEY ADAM KUHN
GEORGE WILLIAM FARABAUGH 1 GEORGE GLOVER WRANDERVEER
EDWARD PAUL FLYNN BENJAMIN IRVINE VVILKINSON
BIAURICE NATHAN BRIDGES WILLIAM A. HARGIADINE
JOHN UNDERWOOD GRISSINGER WILLIAM LOUIS GOECKEL
PHILLIP ANTHONY MILTON WILTSE '
PAUL EDWARD BIXLER
XVILLIAM DONALD MARTIN
FREDERICK C. GENTCII
ELMER FRED DAVEY
FREDERICK N. FARREL
MARTIN GRISSINGEH BRIDGES GENTSCH FARRELL ANTHONY BIXLER
VANDEVEER FARABAUGH CLOUDSLE1' FLYNN GEORGE BMTTQN WILKINSON HARGADINE
DAWES KEOGH REDWOOD ' CASE Knfwss WARNER DOWNING
DELTA PHI SIGMA
INDEX TO ADVERT
Alexander Co.. Gus. . .
Alsberg Co.. YV111. . . .
Atlas Wholesale Grocery Co
Beardsley X Son . ,
Belz Co., Chas. A. .
Bender, IVm. A. . . .
Berben Insignia Co. . .
Bonsall's Sons, IVm. S.
Breyers Ice C1'eam Co. .
Brooks Brothers . . .
Campus Barber Shop .
Campus Delicatessen .
Clad Co., Victor V. . .
Clearbrook Ice Co. . .
Cohen Bros ...,
Cotrell K Leonard . .
Cozzi 8: Bellano .
Davis lk Young . .
Derian, Osgan ....
Direct Coal Co. . . . .
Dormitory Hand Laundry . .
Dormitory Shoe Repairing Co.
Dougherty Sport Shop .
Drive-It-Yourself Co. .
Dunlap Printing Co. .
Dykeman, Loeb Sz Co. .
Edward Tailoring Co. .
Empire Hotel ....
Endowment, Senior . .
Ermilio 8: Co., L. R. .
Fairmount Laundry . .
Farren, Thomas, V. . .
Francisco, 1VIichael . .
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. .
Frascati Restaurant . .
Frings Bros. Co. . . .
Groll, IYm. E. ,
Guilford . . .
Hamilton Bazaar . . . 47 3
Hamilton Grocery Co. 476
Hoffstein, B. I-I. , . . 456
Home Life Insurance Co. . . 471
Hoover K Smith Co. . 471
Houston Club .... 457
Jenkins Bros. .... 462
Jones K Co.. P. IVI. , 467
Kelley, Jos. V ..,.. 477
Kendig, Wfhelan, IVIason 463
Keystone Printing Co. . 473
Kresge, D. H. . . . 459
Lancaster Restaurant . 463
La Palina Cigars . . . 458
Lausterer,WV. L. . . . 474
Laws, Arthur . . .... 459
Liberman Sz Son, Jacob 461
Life o'Grains Baking Co. . , 468
Luttrell, Thomas J. . . 477
Mann, IVI. J .... . 476
IVIurphy, D. T. . . . . 470,473
1VIusi Boot Shop . 475
McCaha11 Co., The VV. J. . . 470
McCarthy, Henry . . . 477
McFarland Co., J. Horace . . 48Q
New York Life Insurance Co.
North Philadelphia Trust Co. 465
Penndashery ..... 455
Penn Drug Co .,... 467
Pennsylvania Barber Shops . 459
Pennsylvania Hotel . . 472
Pennsylvania Punch Bowl . . 483
Peoples Bank and Trust Co. . 450
Philadelphia Bag Co. .... 469
Philadelphia Photo - Engraving
C0 ............ 481
Provident hlutual Life Insur-
ance Co. ......... 460
Pyle 81 Innes . . , . 469
Radbill 8: Son, A. ...... 461
Real Estate Title, Insurance,
and Trust Co. ...... 472
Reed's Sons, Jacob . . . . 466
Ritz Jewelers ........ 468
Rodgers, NI. E. ....... 473
Rosenberg Co., Arthur IVI. . . 458
Scott-Powell Co. . . . . 465
Shredded WVheat Co. . . . 457
Shoemaker, Benj. H. . . . 458
Smyth Bros ..... . . 455
Stanley Coal Co. . . . 470
Stanley Theater . . . , . 474
Stetson, D., Tailors ..... 475
St. Lawrence Dairy Co .... 461
Strawbridge 8: Clothier . . . 464
Strong, D. C. ........ 478
Supplee Ice Cream Co. . . . 463
Supply Co., R. K. . . . 476
Tapley Co., J. F. . . . . 466
Tuell Brothers. . . . . 46Q
Van Horn 3: Son ...... 476
Venturi Market House . . . 474
VVarren's Inc., Tailoring N. . . 477
Watson Sz McDaniel Co. . . . 469
Wells ik Son, C. F. ..... 464
YVhite House ..... . , 456
Wfilliams, I. G. . . . , 465
Winston Co., J. C. . . . 456
Zamsky, H. . . . . . 480
Zullinger, A. H. . . . . 456
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Member Federal Reserve System
Main Oflice: 180.2 South 15th St. n PHILADELPHIA, PENNA
I Seventh and Girard Avenue
OTHER OFFICES: Fifth and Bainbridge Streets
lSeventh and Wolf Streets
Qvnilrmrxii Sgnrnishiitg 11055,
B 0 S T 0 N PALM BEACH NEWPORT
WHY I AM
AM the father of children, two
boys and a girl. Providence has
permitted me an unusual success
in my profession, in spite of a limited
I education, acquired through hard and
grueling experiences that a proper eduf
cation would have avoided or at least
SAMUEL PERKIN3 ALLENTOWN, PA, have made much easier. I do not want
Mfmbff 01' fhf 5200000 Club, New Wk W0 my children or others' children to be
limited by the same handicaps. Success
in life does depend, other things being equal, on education, and the colleges
have contributed more to individual success and happiness than have the
institutions of learning in the lower grades. Experience is the best teacher,
and knowing what my life has missed it is my desire to explain to others a way
to avoid, if possible, such hardships. '
My suggestions are not made in a moneyfmaking spirit but are the outcome
of a desire to put a workable plan for an education before as many people as
possible in order that they may enjoy the advantages which my life has missed.
One of the officers of my Company has put the case, it seems to me, very nicely
on another page, which I hope many will read and ask me about if they feel
at all interested. I i
Read Mr. Buckner's remarks on the next page.
BETTER THAN STGCKS
R. WALKER BUCKNER says, HI always like to say to a
father, 'You may want to give your boys or girls something in
life. You may think it is a great thing when they reach fifteen or
sixteen years of age to give them some bonds in their own name or some
stock. Now we have something for you that is a great deal better than
that. Bonds and stocks will teach children extravagance, because they
are getting incomes which they never have earned. Life insurance will
teach them thrift and economy, because you are giving them something
regarding which, when they get to the position where they are earning
money, you can say to them:
L' 'I-Iere is a contract I put on your life eight or ten years ago. This is
something you can never get again in your life at that price. If you
have the money you may buy other things, but here is a thing of great
value that never can be bought so cheaply again. Under all circumf
stances keep this contract in force. Don't ever give it up. Some day it
may be the means of helping your son or daughter to get an education.,
'LBy doing that the father has taught that boy or girl thrift and
economy. This plan costs the one who buys it a relatively small annual
outlay for 310,000 at ages 15 or 16, and if the dividends are left to
accumulate those policies mature as endowments for these young people
when they are still in the prime of their lives."
An interesting story. By dropping me a card to Allentown, Pa., I
can tell you about an Institution with two million members, now
celebrating its 8oth Anniversary, that has helped thousands of young
people in its long career to secure college and higher educations.
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We tip owr Dobbs to the
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YOU WILL ALWAYS BE WELCOME
COLLEGE MEN'S APPAREL
U. OF P. CAMPUS
3713 Spruce Street, PHILADELPHIA
Merchandise That Expresses Personality
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1 Our expert service lifts all your printing troubles off: your shoulders. VVe can devise
1 styles to suit your taste and carry them through all your vvork. VVe specialize in
1 educational printing. Catalogues, monographs, examination papers, bulletins, foreign
languages, school and college magazines,
CLASS RECORDS, stationery-work that is "all
Greek" to most printers-all are handled by our large organization in a way that has pleased
many of the bestfknovvn institutions the East. Some have employed us For 35 years
THE JOHN C. VVINSTON COMPANY
100611016 ARCH STREET
Thank You! Fm Still Here!
A. H. ZULLINGER
Prescriptions Compounded by Graduates in
BELL, Baring 83-70 KEYSTONE, West 6915
Spruce and 40th Sts. Philadelphia
B. HQ HOFFSTEIN
Zllputhetarp anb fihemist
The Fashion Tailors
Cleaners and Dyers
WHERE CHESTNUT STREET CROSSES 37th
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Don't be afraid to eat all you want. lt. contains all the muscle-building,-brain-making elements in the
whole wheat grain made digestilnle by cooking in steam, shredding and baking. lt is the most real food
with the least tax on the digestion.
is the favorite food for study or play in all schools and colleges. Two Biscuits with milk make a perfect
mealhbut lots of youngsters eat a half dozen at a sitting, and then "holler" for more.
TRISCUIT is the Shredded Wheat Cracker-a crisp, snappy whole wheat toast-a nourishing pick-
me-up for any time of day. Lots of food in condensed form. Delicious with butter or soft cheese.
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
THE HOUSTON CLUB
Invites both Alumni and Undergrad-
uates to make use of its facilities and
assures them of excellent service and
SUPPLY STORE - BARBER SHOP - SODA GRILLE
HFROM' FRESHMTAN CAP TO CAP AND GOWNH
Benjamin H. Shoemaker
PLATE GLASS an M 46 T5 M
WINDOW GLASS JH IH IH TIN! T
WIRE GLASS k
Whenever you hear f
records being sh tt d
think of La Palin h
Every Description of Glass Required in Cigartfhifgn d gt d g R
Construction of Buildings Sorglligcszri lgewiil fdlb a
mout 0 Sfno CCOU en
205-211 North Fourth Street
BELL, Market 641 KEYSTONE, Main T020
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D. H. KRESGE
LEADING EXCLUSIVE TAILOR FOR COLLEGE
MEN IN THE EAST
Desires to announce that on or about .Iune 25th they will occupy their own building Cnow under construc-
tionj at 3710 Spruce Street, where Pennsylvania men will find upon returning to College in the fall, a
building so constructed as to meet every requirement of college men and housing "The World's Finest
Fabrics" for STRICTLY CUSTOM CLOTHES, as well as Specialty Ready To Wear Garments.
As specialists, identified with the "actual productionn of Conservative College IVIen's Clothes during the
past twenty-nine years, we bring to Pennsylvania men the benefit and protection of such knowledge and
experience as will tend toward making the "House of Kresge" an indispensable institution for the "Better
Dressed Pennsylvania Nlanf'
INSEPARABLY ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY
COLLEGE CLOTHES SINCE 1896
PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRINCETON, N. J.
amass air Wil ARTHUR LAWS
AND 236 soUTH 40th STREET
FALLING HAIR I
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
OF SHROEDER BROTHERS
Keeps the Hair
Pennsplhania 25arher bbups
A' SARNESE First Class Work at Moderate Prices
RoFEssoR HUEBNER, of the Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania, has Performed a Public
service in stressing the importance of fCHuman Life
With the realization of the Human Life Value,
men also realize that the necessity of Protecting it
adequately by life insurance is at least on a Par with
the necessity of Protecting Property values.
There is also a growing realization that in each
individual case it is vitally important that the life
insurance Provision should not only be adequate in
amount, but that the Policies should be so drawn as to be
fitted carefully to each special need of the individual.
To see that the insurance its the individual need
is the function of the modern life insurance man.
RICHARD S. DEWEES
111 South Fourth Street.
PROVIDENT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
L.. B. SCHOFIELD '13 T. M. SCHONOUR '12
30th and Race Streets
ST. LAWRENCE DAIRY CO.
WILLIAM E. GROLL
A specialized service' rendered to fraternities
and Campus Organizations 24-26 South 33.1 sheet Philadelphia, Ph.
SHOE REPAIRINC COMPANY
WE RECOMMEND O'SULLl VA N'S HEELS
267 South 37th Street Philadelphia, Pa.
Uur fraternity representative nnitt catt on you
A. Radbill SL Son
84th Street and Bartram Avenue
"Makes hot fires and warm friend "
Compliments of '
Jacob Liberman Sz Son
NEW YORK CITY
Compliments of a Friend
BELL, BARING 7672 BELL, PRESTON 33273328
Special prices to Fraternities, Restaurants
4013 Market Street
UCRAB MEAT" THE YEAR 'ROUND
133 North Seventh Street
Valves ana' p Taaezrzg
BRASS GATE VALVE
' New Standard for 125
pounds working steam pres-
This is the latest addition
to our line and is constructed
along the lines of our medium
pressure and extra-heavy
1207 Walnut Street
L a u I1 CI 1' y
HARRY R. ENDICOTT
247 South 37th Street
WEST PHILADELPHIA, PA.
XM B zz Pl ICE FOR SALE
P Stow 87 AT OFFICE
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Clearbrook Ice Company
CCHAS. B. WINN, Proprielorj
220 DE KALB SQUARE
SU PPLEE PHILADELPHIA, PA.
C R EA IVI
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G O I- D Lcmcastefr fIQstcLwrc1frI1:s
M E ZZQ SOUTH 4oTI-I STREET
MIL K PHILADELPHIA, PA.
4 5 L NCASTBR AVENUE
ONE ORGANIZATION BEHIND BOTH ' PII BMW 3186
SUITS A D oP CQAT
HATS and SHOES
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, WICKHAM CLOTHES can be obtained only at
STRAWBRIDGE Es? CLCTHIERS
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. I
REPAIRS Preston 2765 ALTERATIONS ESTABLISHED 1878 BOTH PHCNES
XV . .
QL. ,-IF. 1132115 84 Ginn M A BENDER
The Best Butter, E ,cL d Q3 lt
CARPENTERS ggs H Ou W
AND BUILDERS Sixth Avenue, Reading Terminal
Market, Twelfth and Arch Sts.
124 SOUTH 36TH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. WM, A. BENDER. JR. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
BELL, BARINC o987 KEYsToNE,WEsT 2607 I V ,
p Ilbulham 65. 2Bum:-fall 5 buns
C o H E N B RO s .
DEALERS IN RC C P I N G
M eats, Fancy Fruits and Produce
S. E. CORNER 36TH AND MARKET STS.
Fraternities Supplied PHILADELPHIA, PA.
FURNACES - RANGES
3826 Market Street Philadelphia, Pa.
FRUITS and PRGDUCE
3627 Chancellor Street
I. G. WILLIAMS
S. E. Corner 37th and Locust Streets
The character and value of securif
ties alone do not determine the
value of an estate. The care and
skill with which it is handled
means as mucheperhaps more
-to your heirs.
Many large estates clwindle unf
der careless executorship While
small ones left in competent hands
Suppose We hold a conference,
in conidence. .
B oad Street, Germantown and Erie Avenues
Above Erie Avenue
qllrine fabrics in unusually attrac-
tive patterns and colorings, Reed's I
Standard of Tailoring and mod-
erate prices make Reed's Cloth-
ing especially desirable.
Suits, Top Coats, Qvercoats
535 and upward
JACQB REEDES UNE
1424-26 Chestnut SE. P In i I a d e I P lm i as
To MAKE A KRECORDW UNE
- MUST EXCEL
Cut Record has been
made in the field of
J. E. TAPLEY oo.
LONG ISLAND CITY NEW YCRK
Binders of the Leading Annuals of the Country
EINDERS n RULERS
PRINTERS OF TI-IE I
N. E. Corner Juniper and Cherry Sts.
ORGANIZED 1829 CASH CAPITAL IsI,OOO,OOO T
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SERVICE STRENGTH I
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THE FRANKLHN FIRE HNSURANCE A
COMPANY UP PHILADELPHIA
ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, PRESIDENT T
P. M. JONES sz Co. DRUGS
XY p alize on furnishing, l t t
I If I t ll tl
t e us.
PENN DRUG COMPANY
1514 VINE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. Oppme Dom
Clothes for College Men
5 'HWADE FOR YOUH
328-75 SUIT OVERCOAT TUXEDU 338-75
THE EDWARD TPPTETJORING CO.
OFFICIAL IEWELERS TOR
34OQ PVQZHMX Sfreef T'6z'lq1z'c'!pbz'rz, 7351.
Poplar 0693 P k 1452
The TRAINING HOUSE 'If'fCfi0f ' Exfefiof
Life O'Wheat Bread E .
Delicious and digestible, Comiiiiiig in ofthe
Sixteen elememsfoundifl Wheat 1217 North Eleventh Street
LIFE O'GRAINS BAKING Co. Philadelphia
COZZI 81 BELLANO
PHONE, Walnut 1884
264 SOUTH IITH STREET
The McDaniel Steam Trap
ffe" f K is the dividing line
, ff' M in between steam and
I - ,ff x water. Steam cannot
X AIsi -Vf--V :.,,:V.! blow throughg Water
cannot stay ing and
the cost is small.
WATSON Kc lVlcDANIEL CO.
146 North Seventh St. Philadelphia, Pa.
PHONE, LOCUST 3337 PRIVATE BOOTHS
Our Best Wishes to the Class
of ,25 Tae
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PYLE si INNES Frascatl
LEADING COLLEGE TAILORS
1115 WALNUT STREET Restaufant
Clothes for the Discriminating
T A I L O R S
214 S. Eleventh St. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
E. SCHIAVONI, PROPRIETGR
Evevytlaing that Makes the
Italian Supper Famous
1727 ARCH STREET
I Z6-I 36 Washington Ave.
American and York Streets
"Coal :Chalk a Treat for Heai,'
LESTER W. DVREMAN ' D 1: J. LOE
DYKEMAN, LGEB Sl CU.
Converters of Cotton Fabrics
931 MARKET STREET
45 EAST ITTH STREET, NEW IYORK CITY
D. T. MURPHY
419 SOUTH 40TH STREET I
Cigars Magazines Tobacco
W. J . MQCAHAN
AND MOLASS ES
ioi SOUTH FRONT STREET
Victor V. Clad Co.
IIQ AND I2I SOUTH 11TH ST.
Por CoIIeges, Institutions
CALVI COOI .IDGE Says:
'iLife Insurance is the modern method whereby the
uncertain is made certain and the unequal equal. It is
the means by which success is almost guaranteed."
W7hy not guarantee your success by securing a Life Insurance estate
now, and on a plan combining saving with protection?
The Life Insurance profession offers splendid oppor-
tunities for the young man who is above the average
CLARENCE A. WRAY, General Agent
I-IOIVIE LIFE INSURANCE CO.
524 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
TH E . "If if is made of metal, we make il"
Hoover8ZSmith Berben Insignia Co.
AND FRATERNITY INSIGNIA
Official College Fraternity I OF MERIT
RiNGs CLAss PINs MEDALS
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of every ciescripiion
616 CHESTNUT STREET
V 733 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa
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ALBANY, NEW YORK
FOR ALL DEGREES
Tlakers to the Students of
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Intercollegiate Bureau of Academic Costurnes
Cigars, fpipes, Cigarettes, Tobacco
Candy, Chewing Gum
3134 Market Street Philadelphia, Pa.
The Real Estate Titl
Insurance and Trust Com an
Total Resources Over 315 000 000
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523 Chestnut St., Opposite Independence I-Iall
Pa lcard Building, 15th and Chestnut Sts.
THE OLDEST TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY IN
Philadelphia, P enna.
Y ROOM WITH BATH
0, 34, and S5
DOUBLE-56, 5157, and S58
Appointed Official Hotel of th Al
Association of the Un' 1 '
N. 81 H. O'Donnell
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A New Yo rk
KEYSTONE PRINTING -COIVIPANY
FINE PRINTING OUR SPECIALTY
IZ South IOth Street QW,.Yf,f','1"if876D PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Bell, Sprt1ce3797 Keystone, Race 4360
rtmftsgig: IMPORTER OF
Atlas Wholesale Grocery Co. Oriental Rugs
A. S. MILLER, Prop.
I'Iotels, Restaurants, Fraternities
and Institutions Supplied
CLEANED, REPAIRED, DYED AND STORED
Cleaned by C pressed Aw-the Safesz: Way
LL, Pmasron '5IIl
3727 Walnut Street
1723-27 Wood St. ' Philadelphia, Pa. D Philadelphia, Penna.
D. T. 'MURPHY M. E. RQDGERS
CIGARS TOBACCO l qtafgfgf
419 S. 40th St. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 4038 Locust St. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CHAS. A. BELZ CO. HAMILTON BAZAAR
ENGRA VERS .
DIPLOMAS FURNISHINGS, CHINA
FRATERN ITY CERTIFICATES
1507 ARCH ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
FRA TERNITY A CCOUNTS 5oI.Ic1TI5D
3944 Market St. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
'Dizeclion Stanley Company of ,Hmerica
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l9th and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
Stands Foremost Among
of the World
FOR BETTER SERVICE CALL
Davis 8: Young
Coat and Apron Supply Co.
T J. BURKE, Manager
Bell Telephones: Preston 1357, Preston 5481 '
3202-04 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
W. L. Lausterer
SELECT TABLE BUTTER
4704 Parrish St. Philadelphia, Pa.
R.Venturi 82 Bro.
WE have been for years earning
the right to put that word unf
der our name as Eood Dealers, but
it is now an accepted fact by our
friends and we appreciate their def
pendence on us for we try to render
a real FOOD SERVICE.
Edward K. Otten
TAKE this opportunity to thank
the Fraternity boys for their
patronage in the past and pledge ourf
selves anew to give the best MEATS,
etc., at the most reasonable prices
ASK THE BOYS WHO KNOW
Venturi's Market House
1430-32 South St., Philadelphia, Pa.
WE SPECIALIZE IN SUPPLYING GOOD FOOD TO HOTELS AND INSTITUTIONS
hat KVellfDressecl Feeling
There is no greater comfort than knowing
you are wellfdressed. Always showing the
latest in English Woolens which we know-
will please. The right
style, and above all,
quality, the right
the right price.
THE Gus ALEXANDER Oo.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Showing every Thursday and Friday
at Cinalli, 372 3 Spruce Street
Every Wednesday at
Park Avenue Hotel, New 'York
College men everywhere
are fast turning to Stetson
D because here at last are
Clothes lvhieh meet
MUST BOOT SHOP
3611 Woodland Avenue
of style, wear and price.
22 S. Howard St. - Baltimore, Md.
Dougherty Sport Shop
424 SOUTH 52D STREET
Opposile Black Oak Park
EVERYTHING FOR THE ATHLETE
BASEBALL, TRACK, FOOTBALL, SOCCER, BASKET-
BALL, C-YM OUTFTTS, BATHING PANTS, PENNANTS,
PILLOW TOPS, WALL BANNERS AND SPECIAL
LETTERING, T E N N 1 s R A c K ETS RE-STRONG
FORDS DODGES BUICKS
RENT A CAR
Pay by the Mile
1830 Market St. Plxiladelpbia, Pa.
Lombard 3617-3618 Main 8034
R. K. SUPPLY CO.
VV I-I O L E S A L E
22124 South Delaware Avenue
"WE DELIVER THE GOODS"
Sandwiches of Quality
Fraternity Kitchens Supplied
HAMILTON GROCERY CO.
PHONE BARING 90l6
37th AND SANSOM STREETS
M. J. MANN
TILE WORK REPAIRED
Stone and Brick Fronts Renovated, Brick Chimneys Re-
built and Painted, Rough Casting and PIastering,Cement
Pavements, Stone Steps Rebuilt, Cut Stone, Masonry
and Brickworlc, Cellar Floors Laid and Repairecl
PRESTON 4210 AND PRESTON 1783
4206 Chestnut St. WEST PHILADELPHIA, PA.
VAN 81 SON
THEATRICAL COSTUM ERS
Costumers to the Leading Colleges-University of Penn-
sylvania, I-Iarvard. Yale, Columbia, Cornell,
Princeton and manv others
CAPS AND GOWINS TO RENT
921 IValnut St. Philadelphia, Pa.
L. R. ERMILIO A. D. ERMILIO
L. R. Ermilio 8: Co.
1117 Walnut Street
PHILADELPHIA I PENNA.
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JOHN M. CUNNINGHAM,Vice-P d T Our Campus Represent t'
W ARRE N ' S
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Tuxedo Coat, Trousers, and White DoublefBreasted- Vest, S4o
ThreefPiece Suits, S35
FourfPiec:e Suits, 345.50
Fine Worsted Suitings, S45
3425 WALNUT STREET
THOMAS V. F ARREN
WINDOW SHADES, AWNINGS,
SLIP COVERS, CURTAINS
3722 Walnut St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Plumbing and Heating
246 South 40th Street
JOSEPH V. KELLEY
SHEET METAL AND
40th Street and Lancaster Avenue
HEATERS, RANGES, ROOFING
SHEET METAL WORK
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. BELL PHONE
3725 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa.
1925's PLEDGE LIT THE TORCH
that is blazing the way to an adequately
Our Responsibility Sl25,000 in 1945
If you pay 55 a year, our
promise anai piecige will be ful-
jiiieci-or lV3 cenis per day . . . Is
your Uniuersify worth as much to
you as the price of a ciaiiy news-
Your Class Has Pledgeci It,
' BOARD OF GOVERNORS
D. BARLOW BURKE
GEORGE W. STEVENS
J. LEE PATTON, JR.
ROBERT A. STREETER
JAIVIES IVI. HENDERSON, CHM.
Your University Expects It"
3707 SPRUCE STREET A
5 BARBERS MANICURE
The Campus Barber Shop
3607 Woodland Avenue
For ihaf neat Hair Dress
GLORIA HAIR OIL
366I Woodland Avenue
CIGARS and TOBACCO
HAT CLEANING. and
ICE CREAM SODAS l-
. - 258fA South 37th Street
Best MllkShGk6S on the Campus
TRY OUR OWN DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CANDY
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Trade LIQIS Perrodrcals
or Prrvate Pubhcatrons
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klnds of Prlnted Products come
from our Presses To customers
who appreuate parnstaklng
efforts and attent1on to deta11 we
can render an unusual servrce
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The Campus Shop 3649-51 WOODLAND AVE.
C1355 GuilfOrd's Stores are, and ever have been, appreciative of
gf I your kind patronagep We feel as though a part of our very
5 Own family were leaving the fold when you graduate. Cur
heartiest hest wishes-for good luck--long life and prosperity
-is extended to each and every one of you.
It is our hope that you may permit us to serve you in the
Best future, as We have in the past. Each of our ia stores extends
a cordial invitation to you, in addition to their hest Wishes.
Benjamin Franklin Hotel LIST OF OTHER STORES 27 South 15th Street
9th and Chestnut Streets 1225 Market Street 1540 M k t Stre , 1518 Market Street N.E. Cor. 5th 81 South Sts.
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