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I I 'I ' ' ' " f Y ' II 0 6 O I -IAILIEXANDEIK' II-IPXIEYNOIIDS Q W QZSZQZSFSIS ' I ' R ' 4 ' 01020101020 ---I I IFUIREWORD Fleeting is the vision of a four-year span, Prone is the mind to forget, Careless of his valuables is Mortal Man, And much does he thus regret. Mariy are the happenings of boisterous youth Most of them soon glide away. The golden store of our memories, in truth, Is emptied from day to day. But some there are, much more precious than And these adhere to our soul: the res Panoply of campus, come, thou welcome guest, And to thee welll drink a dole. Such fond mem'ries of thy ivy-covered walls, And those spacious swards of green, And of hours in thy venerated halls- 'Tis THESE thoughts that are supreme! .: O 1 ' 'am Q NTEN 5 QAMPU5 no ALUMNI QLASS Z7 0 ORGANIZATIONS MUBIQ a DRAMA PUBLIQATIQNS ATHLETIQS FRATERNITIE5 9 OF 00 . - 1' ' 0 . O O 0 . 0 0 w n-1 N 4 . - - ' - o I V -. A O O Oo 0 xv fx ' ' 0 , 0 .. O o 3 o ' .. Xxx oo O ,J TQAEMMRA K r W - w i f 4 w Y 1 ! f v 4 . . , I THE CAMPUS N RECORDING the various events and activities that go to make up the college P J: U. , E- V ran- fi at X Q .,,. . ,ff-QQ-A ,- - Q , -5-4 --uv-Fggff .J ,fe-fffv lv - g an f-- ELFWQQ . Quia rmat. D. ,, jfcgxfff 15 1 l. '34 V1-A Y . . . , - kkay, JE ,L , . x. i .f,. .I T . "wil Y,-it A 0 9 -:JW " 4 . A 1 Iv ,. I, Jim 4 5 I ..l . f days of the Pennsylvania graduate, it T . seems only htting to pause for a moment and in. consider the campus which gave birth to so many of these happenings. Day after day the if undergraduates cross back and forth over the grounds from one building to another, some air hurrying to classes, some lingering on their way, while others walk along steadily staring L "'i into space with their minds on distant thingsg E but during these days few give more than a 3 passing thought to the soil over which they F are walking. lt is only when their short stay l at the University is finished and they set out The Lil"'W into a new world that they realize how dear each little nook has been to them. They recall pleasant memories, and each ivy-covered building looms up as a monument to their .once-happy days. The former hard-looking walls and stony structures fflslflg, soften in their memory as they link them up with past experiences never again to be repeated. The campus is indeed a storeroom of rich recollections for the graduate who leaves his' former abode after a brief four years or sog but in reality he has taken away with him, through his contacts, only a very little. There is much about the Jn campus of which he has just a 'Wg ,H , . . Hifi 5 f 5 . hazy conception. Before his day P'-ee 4 P other Pennsylvania men have trod its grounds and helped to build up its traditions, and after he is gone future sons of the Alma Mater will frequent its walks and add to its glories. Concerning the campus of Epi years to come, one can have but P one's own faulty conception. Probably -many of the older "ii structures will crumble and new y'. gggg i and more stately ones will fill ,Q The Museum Courtyard their places 3 probably new, and Cai 25:22 W lil iff: '77 i IVA 5 fill?fifilfiilfiiiililk F"f""lil 'i fn.: v:l , ., - ,. 'V e...-.2-PM-...,,,.,-,-c...,-A+.--..finA.-. - -. --:AI 13 It-A rw.. H .. f X 1' .1 : l 15 yet unht 1rd of adx ances in tduc ItIOI'12ll possibilities 11 ill give rirer mafrnihcence possibly the h xnds of time xx ill so change the entire outlay of the once fami liar grounds 'is to make them unrecovnizable or it may even be that the present site of the University will go completely out of existence All of this is extremely uncertain But with Harmon reference to the past one can bring to light scores of rich traditions and long buried interests by merely leafinfr through the pages of history, even though numerous 'ind invaluable memories remain lost to all save those that hold them In comparison with the University itself, the campus is still young for while nearly two centuries have passed slnce Hrst this institution had 1tS beginning it has been only some Hfty years that the present West Philadelphia site has embodied so famed a school of education. lt is but necessary to go back to the year of 1873 to find the first Graduating class from the then new buildings while in the Class of 76 one Hnds the Hrst group to complete an entire four years in thehnew quarters. D While a half century in this day of speed and progress seems as a mere cog in H - 1. 1 o 4 1 ffl Ei-1,Q:-a12:3e1:5X?5Pig-Tllfilgls 31122225 Cf U R.Dr . We D 'U Viv X W I 2, - l,1, z ' AL - , ff l . ,aff rise to additional edihces of 1 Q QQ . . ' E f O 4 :aff . ' 1 af' vg- .vl f O . . ' , '- 13:2 1 1 iff: ' C '66 . t . V 2' D l . ' 5.2! c 1 , 1' -Q . . . 7 i l V i lv' J . .y A '? .A . . . . . . ' 1 zz: ',,l I A . . . . V. . . . . , . 0 F N ' ' ' ' I '. Mx 1 bg 1 gl u D D , 1 9 f 9 xl I g 1 la - the wheels of time, still it is surprising, if not astounding, to compare the Uni- ga versity and its campus of today with the same of fifty years ago. The twenty- jan three members in the Class of 1875 could occupy about three buildings apiece on the present campus, while the seventeen hundred students that were 'ryu V ' graduated from the University in ' 5 the Class of 1926 might' be some- rj ','l- 3 what crowded in the two or three Q31 structures that composed the lf? i campus for the 75,S. yi Back in the 70,8 the campus ,514 consisted of just fifteen and a ighi I ' half acres of ground. An increase J A to more than fifty acres in the two decades that followed seems if rather great, but if the under- yi graduate of today looks about him ' -,ff The D,,,mS in Wim, he can see that goodly expansions f W l 14 Ir-- ' Mx'f'W' ,. ' X EDGAR FAI-IS SMITH Take the advice of afaitbful friend and submit thy inventions to his censure." '-'THOIUAS FULLER f .D s J.. V K t, . Y M --- - -N -- v--f' x 9. I 'n , fl A - W I - 'D . fi al fl gli lar ld 5 W i' X9 if' - 1 11 . .rr l ,Lt .Ll A., S1413 ,ill ,il ,tx Eli E' YF' sf! still exist and will continue to do so. If F the plan of moving the University to Valley Forge is ever carried out, it is certain that there will be a sudden and extensive spread- flf ing-out. , jg The campus of 1878, with as an-ee buria- lligi ings, in reality could hardly be called a campus, especially considering the fact that one of these three was the University Hospi- tal Cthe other two being College Hall and ffl, Medical Hallj. The College Hall of that date is the College Hall of today, with vfery little change in outward appearance, The Lime Quad ', athough many thousands have frequented its halls and classrooms and all have contributed their bit toward its history. In the course of the next twenty years, the appearance of the University grounds was somewhat changed by the addition of twenty-hve buildings. Prior to 1891 there was no Library on the campus from which books could be secured. How g different this must have been! When the undergraduate of the present time or rl the graduate of recent years stops to consider the many hours every week that Q5 are spent within the four walls of this building, whether in concentrated study or in varied forms of idling diversion, he wonders how the students of forty or fifty years ago passed their time. l 73 lt was not until 1896 that the University had any dormitories, and even then lx they were many less in number than today. The same year saw the springing up ll, of Houston Hall where today the undergraduate whiles awayuhis vacant hours Qi and where University publications and numerous campus activities are housed. Z4 How peculiar the campus would look without these two central edilices. Q y Today, 'when athletics are mentioned at Pennsylvania, one immediately thinks of Franklin Field where football games are played and the Penn Relays hold sway or one's .g thoughts turn to River Field where innum- erable other contestslare fought g but such was not the case forty years ago. At that time the Athletic Association was maintaining a field at the corner of Thirty-Seventh and Spruce streets where the dormitories are now lil: located. . Logan Half One other very interesting change has been -:JI 16 Ik-- f 1. o WEIGHTMAN HALL It is the conservator of moral, mental, and physical bealtbf, TJ. G. HOLLAND I. X. 0 A me :ell Ziff f effected in recent years which malies the Pennsylvania of the late nine- f.,',7 teenth century seem very differ- ent. This is the erection of Vlfeight- fill man Hall and the instigation of a ig plan of compulsory gym. requisite to graduation. To the present y undergraduate, who is compelled i A . . . , i to obtain gym. credit IH some way 2, ' or another, it seems almost unbe- - iiei na Q lievable that those who attended Al West Philadelphia Station N I' the University in 1880 had to pay an extra fee for gymnastic privileges, but that was the case. For when the first gymnasium was fitted up by the students in an ll old empty room in a basement, only subscribers were allowed to beneht from it. 93, Perhaps, though, some of the dearest memories connected with the campus that can be dug out of the past embody Pennsylvania's old and traditional ivy vines which have always been the symbol of friendship planted deep in the soil of a mutual trust and love. Clinging closer as it grows older and perishing not with A T the structure which upholds it, the ivy lives among the crumbling records of the past. It is ever being renewed in the physical sense by the succeeding graduating classes down through the years as they plant their vines and offer their last con- tribution to their Alma Mater on lvy Dayg while the tender spirit connected with A that final farewell is passed down to each new class and proclaimed to the world ' in songs that tell of all the glory behind the ivy-covered walls. The ivy is not meaningless. , 0 Thus it is that from the time the Hrst spray of ivy was rooted near the walls of College Hall by the Class of '73, on up through the years, the Pennsylvania Ig, campus has been growing richer and richer in tradition and has been gaining more and more prestige. A few of the bigger jumps of the first twenty-five years have been briefly touched on. The past quarter f century has seen equally as great enrichments and enlargements, and this brings one down . to the present time, the history-in-the-making rv, known to the graduates and undergraduates of today. ln the course of these four years that lv-as Vppv 'l,444,., have just passed, an unusually large amount 3? of expanding has taken place and spacious QL buildings have sprung up in scattered parts cf- A 93 Gale of the campus. Each has added its bit to --21 is Ia N 4 .v. 1 1 0, 'r .1 1 I ,U l? K W .A .1 ' A ,Q 'Q , m O. .1 ' I ,O 9 0 'l K x O. D ll .. I ,o 0 C- , l ix .QA l 0' ll I I ,U l l OA D 0 O 9 .4 ' 1 ,Q I 'I l I 'A Q. ,l 1 A L . if L1 -,fp P if. ,.,-,- .'i. 4 "1 ENGINEERING BUILDING Hear ye not the bum of mighty workings ?" -'KEATS if ,v ,s ..f ..f n. 41 L..-, i w 1 .V 1 V' '4 A 3932 Q Pennsylvania's ever-growing and ' i W V ever-progressing University. Ms ' h One of the first structures to see Q-Liu completion in these last few years ffl was Bennett Hall which houses the School of Education. Situated on the corner of 34th and Walnut streets, it holds forth as a challenge to those who seek higher education. ln the spring of 1925 the Ath- Houston Hall letic Association set out on one of the bigger undertakings, namely, the double- decking of the Franklin Field stands With the growing of the undergraduate body, with the increasing numbers of alumni, and with fthe boosted interest taken in Pennsylvania's football games, it was felt that greater accommodations should be provided. Accordingly, the seating capacity of the stadium was enhanced, raising the figure from fifty-five to eighty-Hve thousand. . The early spring of the following year saw the ground broken in Big Quad in preparation for the erection of two new Freshman dormitories, and when the fall session of school opened, six months later, many of the newcomers started their University careers in these new quarters, Ashhurst and Magee. This addition of two buildings was just another step in the manyfold plan of enlarging the dormi- tory system. I The most recent improvement in the campus building plan was brought to the front last New Yearfs Day when, with Pennsylvania's victory over Yale in her first 5 League game of the season, the new Palestra was formally opened. This spacious structure, with its ten-thousand capacity, will more adequately and more nobly serve the Alma Mater in the years to come, than could its predecessor, Weightman Hall, which, being much smaller, was somewhat handicapped in its efforts. The accommodations afforded by the new Palestra will, however, provide for more than a mere basketball floor and stands for on- lookers. The other half of the building, when actually completed, will include one of the best equipped gymnasiums of its kind in this .7212 section of the country and two swimming- l 2 Provost Tower lifj lf? f" f T .QI 20 Ip.. 1 I I Q it lg ., if , 5 rg l ill fri lr? , . if .ip 1,53 s' e L is 1' i X t 3 vu 1 lj i F i r ft? t . .WL F 2 f ,Q ..:3T,g ,li ff ,deff -fr. , 1 u N . HAMILTON WALK Scenes must he beautiful which daily viewed please daily, and whose novelty survives long knowledge and the scrutiny of years." '-COVVPER , l ,Jr rfif Q LAT px .-- v -.1 fri .ur si ' 1, .N mg 1 1.11 If K TW 3- A l V 'f J"f..' .14 -. ',ftf,,.--'Q-15,245-,.4-1, 1353----,CL5.,...--':.:-55-1 f I . . ,i lg , . Z 1 .4 I 1' N-,'v?1xQafuQr,1.,Sq,1,,.m-a..1gg,lr,nv4 1 9. --W 1 z .J " Q, 1 -washer-Q Lifes..-LQ. :aff .-1-.1.lg,-s:ff4-ffQ2rV' 1--' --'--'-ewfttres-12'-" Wt I I Q pools fone large pool for competitions and a small pool for beginnersl, as well as numerous other lesser facilities such as new ofhce quarters for the major sports. V i Although it can scarcely be said that Logan Hall has been neglected in the building plans Qfor the days were few in the last four years when scaffolding was not touch- 1514 ing some wall of the old Wharton Schoolb, still the com- bining of Logan Hall with Hare Laboratory, which was A completed in the early fall of 1926, was perhaps the most ,L notable improvement. In this connection, perhaps, V 'W mention might be given to the new Alumni Hall, de- E l scribed by Dean Johnson as "the fulhlment of a long- Lil cherished dream." Located in 210 Logan Hall, it will be A' lil a convenient place for such events as informal receptions, y , faculty teas, Alumni Society and Beta Gamma Sigma , f, , , same of Edgar Fabs smith - my '1,..,, meetings and the like. About the end of the year 1926, or the beginning of 1927, the University pro- foil? P. vided a new home for the Moore School of Electrical Engineering. The previous summer, title had been obtained to the building which stands at the southwest corner of 33d and Walnut streets. This structure was then completely remodeled 'A and is now said to be one of the best equipped schools of its kind in America. ' Since its creation, in 1923, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering had, prior l to December, 1926, been housed in the Engineering Building. if, So much for what has been completed in the last four years. But there still exist several important evidences of present progress in the form of the new Audi- torium which is being erected on the corner of 34th and Spruce streets and the gy new Christian Association building, the site for which is at 36th and Locust streets. if-l The former will see completion some time during the 1927-1928 school session, or at least will be far enough along to give the Class of 1928. the honor of being the first to be graduated from within its walls. The latter, .jf commonly known as Memorial iflfj, Hall, or "The Heart of the Cam- pus," -is expected to be ready for lm., use about the same time, although fly! as yet work has barely got under way on it. Even beyond this concrete pres- ent-day progress, however, lie Thirty-fourth and Woodland many and intricate plans for the riff? X --al 22 If:-A MEDICAL HALL Physicians, of all men, are most happyg whatevet good success they have the world proclaimethg and what faults they commit, the earth coverethf' -QUARLES F. -ff 'IHiE1219,27o43Tl E C OP-DD 1 -. -F. rf-0 ef , future. There is, for example, a 33,050,000 expansion .1 YQ plan in the medical line which will extend over a period 'Ag aj of years. And the Medical Committee has not been v . sitting idle, for more than 351,100,000 of this already has ,b ix been contingently pledged. N is-Q The construction of a boulevard on the west bank of T . l A the Schuylkill and the eventual widening of 33d Street if. . will vastly improve the approaches of the campus, and it it hoped that before so very long a way will be found to ' ,Q J remove the elevated freight line which divides the River .5 Athletic Fields from the Museum and Franklin Field. "r 'e ' .lust such plans as these show how Pennsylvania, ever li unsatished with present achievements, continues to reach ." out further and further, limited only in its efforts by the i . i t i element of time. l r . . 1 fi During the short time that the present graduate has Lenmg gs . made the campus his home, one change after another has been brought about until . ' . in outward appearance these grounds are as an aged oak covered with a new foliage. 2, Figuratively speaking, the campus has grown from a small sprout, shooting up T9 - Q and spreading out with the sands of time and being strengthened in its growth ' fit by the very atmosphere about it, but it is ever the same, unfaltering in its purpose. ,YQ A And each Pennsylvanian, whether of generations past, present, or future, will ..' ' ' hold it dear to his heart. When in years to come graduates have spread far and wide over the earth, :ig 'V when new hopes and aspirations in a different world distract from their recol- .iv .ii lection of bygone days, and when familiar faces of college classmates are long i 'jx forgotten, then. may the graduate turn to ' .p the pictures of his campus and call back to ,X if i memory the halls and walks of his Alma if gf, Mater and these, in turn, will open the door 11,5 . T V to the past. 0 Q" Though changes since his time may have lig A been great, and the future may hold in store 9- , ' " even greater changes, still the Pennsylvania if ' ll! atmosphere was, is, and will remain the same 'p . pm, pond forever. f yr " wi -'ral 24 Ii:-A K ' +I lg - 1,21 ' H, E121 Z. o 51' I fig! S ilk, V, iw- L :.'f1.-:aff , - M, o f ' W' 5 o' eQV 1i-4 we ZOOLOGY BUILDING SC S! There is but one book for genius-Nature. ifM1VIE. DE LUZY I 1 3--.1 ,ii ' fx 2-gf I f ,L 1.1 .if A, ,U 'r I. I-:Syl J, LN. f -f"'j , ALE? if 'Ll' rf I' 1-41 .3 ll-1 f Q 3:-4 . ,V V xl Lg. ,Mk I" it rr 'L+ sz r-771, ff ,fti ': 1 'J ,I lf'--Lf, I -F3 I Ei 17.1 -". rf .Q . gi I 1 vm' '-,Tal S my ll kv, YT gift? ...K , 1. .1 ix ff J 12-fs? ex-ici. 5 . ,, . :Y-J 1 .1 'Nl pa iff,--3 iraqi, iff? x 5 " Hi -f '-Q K 4 ,1 ,53- - :X I J ll-.Q it ',,' iw. : 2 I wtf' X .534 Efii 1'-. l . , t 5,-A -K.-J.. .. . ,s,. - 5-4-.' .. A424 Q., .. I A '- f.7-F-:Egg-f-.1l..f' --7' lv- Asn- "f's--fi,-732'--f..,..f.:a .- MEMBERS OE THE CLASS OE 1927, GREETING: I-IE UNIVERSITY has three main purposes for its existence. Une of these is to preserve and disseminate what the world already knows. In dissemi- nating knowledge the University conducts its educational work of which the graduating class is in a sense the product. A second function of a University, necessarily connected with its educational work, is that of conducting research, in order to add new knowledge to what the world already knows. A third function of the University is to maintain in the community or nation certain standards of culture and of learning, in order that the whole nation may profit by having at least a part of its citizens well educated and provided with knowledge that can be applied not only to the practical needs of human life, but more particularly to the development of the mind and soul of the people. You who are being grad- uated from the University this year have been under the influence of teachers through whose efforts the University functions. You have been provided with opportunities to learn and with opportunities to understand the applications of knowledge both in the realm of matter and in the realm of spirit. You are, there- fore, better fitted to enjoy life to the full and to take your places as leaders of thought and of action than those persons who, less fortunate than yourselves, have never had such opportunities. The world has a right, therefore, to expect of you a higher standard of thinking and living than it can reasonably expect from persons who have not been brought into contact, through classrooms and books, with the best that is known and thought in the world. To the results of your personal experience and observation you have added the results of the experi- ence and' observation of men of many generations. You are able to interpret the present in the light of the past, and you are able also, through a recognition of the laws which operate in human life, whether individual or community, to predict with a reasonable degree of certainty what will probably happen in the future through the operation of these laws. There is somewhat the same difference between the life of a University trained man or woman and one who is not so trained, that there is between the simple barter by the interchange of commodi- ties and the international banking system. One is a very simple process, the other is equally simple in principle, but complicated in its operations. The Uni- versity now enrolls you among its Alumni. It is proud of you, because it believes that the influences to which you have been subjected, and the use which you will make of them, will be for the happiness not only of yourselves but of those with whom you associate. It is through you that the University makes its largest contribution to the good of the world. As you go forth from the Univer- sity halls you will be followed by the affectionate interest of your teachers and associates, and you will soon come to realize that being a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania means much. I With all good wishes, I am Faithfully yours, Provost -.' .---., -Q., 13. -f""'-.f."t- .., . we 4-'gf .1-V at .',. ,fm Q af-Q ,A A. way,-g,f,'g are- ,-P.,-I .I l V' V. . 5,71 ,wr , . xf ff .,f.y f"--ff Xwf- ---q --1 a ,Kar -C. . 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Eff? ,.-- 5- f W W' 1 Q '19 ?7 ifWf , V ..... v u- j 2 ' , IL, 1 ' -in ul.. . ..,4 r 9 ' .1 Fluff .f R' ' 'A Q f . 4 1 y If . -17 U f 'Wim Nh 915 H fl' W A f+ fb 'gixiir lil 1 'sf f . ,V f Y . .. .. H . X: ,I ' .11 xx dj. 2 J Y ix .TQQL4 7 I' ill" 'X Ami X' "J ' V, 'IW 4? .gm , X mmm! :ummm ,D w g T I ' .- H! 5 .1 I I A r I ' , S' VN fl MX fy in . ' ' t - N-. x ' ' K f A I X X 1 . 1 ng. A fi. , ll g' E E E4 AE .f i 'i V-Q ' W Q V 'Wifi N 'gl-' 1 1 f if 574 ' ,i J'igI.jf?"'TgTing . , . ,Y if ..i. .---Q, , ,,--R.,.-.,, f- ' l' ,N f P .J I Q ff..-if-'jiirqju jff"s.,,g'ib.-3 'jl',125f-1,..q af 1 A gf, ,.,a41ieg:gaf-ww ff- if ALUMNI URGANIZATION HE General Alumni Society is a federation of all alumni groups-departmental societies, organized classes, and associated Pennsylvania clubs, each of which sends a representative to the General Alumni Board, which directs the organized service of Pennsylvania men for their Alma Mater. Every alumnus is annually requested to contribute S55 toward the expense of this united service, which is only measured by the number of loyal men who respond. The work of the General Alumni Board is carried on by standing committees as follows: One for each department, constituting a Board of Visitors by statute of the Trustees, an Executive Committee, a Committee on Property and Endowments, a Committee of the University Fund, a Committee on Finance, a Committee on the Midwinter Gathering, a Committee on Alumni Day, a Committee on Advertising, a Committee on Membership, a Committee on Schoolboys, the Editors and Associate Editors of The General Magazine and Historical Chronicle and The Pennsylvania Gazette. The General Alumni Board nominates for every vacancy upon the Board of Trustees of the University and conducts the ensuing election through a mail ballot to all graduates of three years' standing. W The alumni elected Henry N. Woolman to be their President last November upon the resignation of Dr. J. Norman Henry, who had served for hve years with great distinction and had been elected Trustee by the alumni. Mr. Woolman,s offer of a large tract of land at Valley Forge for the purpose of the removal of some of the undergraduates to' that American shrine has been the project most before the alumni during the past year. We have a committee of twenty-nine very capable and distinguished alumni working on a plan to bring this about. The National Conference of the Associated Clubs in Indianapolis last October was a notable event. Secretary of the Interior Hubert Work, '85, was elected President and the next Conference is to be held in Washington, D. C., November 7 and 8, 1927. The Society has chosen Robert Ai. Eichelberger, '26, Field Secretary, and will resume with vigor its work among Local Alumni Societies, which was interrupted by the campaign of the University of Pennsylvania Fund. Pennsylvania men everywhere have now an added duty to perfect their organizations in order that the Fund may have effective instru- ments to work with. f--. - 4- ,-M-.v,.+f-- f .. .W , -- Q, 1 ,. , hr -aw TA. . -, 4 X V.-f .., -,- ., A ,rg-:iz .s',.1...v' . wr--, X , 3 , . .,,,j,..-f,.a1f4 A ki . 'ewfiifu if .' -L af-' . -1-+ .rf-., , Y .2 - .- -- Y C .Q A ,.,s-.,, .. ei ,,- ,n,.,..- . ,, f 41. -A, ,A -.-.K ff2-Z,.-lx.,2.'-,,,3.,,z ."x. fiffasl .,,-A: - -Q i , V -al 30 In-M -- at -.gr Pnl" li T W Re fit ,xl z Gil 'all fall la? 5.42 new .G R . lag? at dh J, if Q daft. ga U 'i C Ulf l, is hi :JL 4255? c' A gil!! Q' Q ll di y . . 0 lA at 4' dl ,Q y ? Vg .Lage C33 ggi? Ui 5-QW' . Wei l :gg , Qtr. f -I ffl Rv? AA l.,i'4.' in i lui 11 L I. HUBERT WORK, '85 Med. President of the Associated Pennsylvania Clubs --:al 31 In-' SYDNEY E. HUTCHINSON, '88 Chairman, Council on Athletics --1132 112.- GEORGE A. BRAKELEY Vice-Provost Qf the Universily 33 Wm ,,,, ,,,.,,,., - HENRY N. WOOLMAN, '96 President of the General Alumni Society -21 34 Ie-- LOUIS C. MADEIRA III, '14 Chairman of the Organized Classes of the University --1135 In-V J. HARTLEY MERRICK, ,QOU Chairman, Council on Welfare of the University --:JI 36 Ik-- i J. NORMAN HENRY, 795 Med. President of the General Alumni Society, 1921-1926g Trustee of the University N-11 37 11?- CLASS MESSAGE OLLOWING Graduation Day, the Class of 1927 will be dispersed, never to meet again as a unit. lt seems fitting, therefore, that we should leave behind a message of appreciation to the University that has done so much for us during our undergraduate daysg The four years which a man spends in college are the transitional years from youth to manhood, and are therefore crises years. Under the hand of our Alma Mater they have become years of strengthening and broadening and a period of harvest. We have learned the great truths of life and the highest ideals from her. It is our duty as Pennsylvania men to make the most of the advantages which we have gained here and in that way to show our appreciation for the University. Since our matriculation as Freshmen, the University itself has passed into a new period in its history, and under wise and far-sighted leadership has taken steps to continue its tradition of "hrsts" which began with the founding of the first Chair of Medicine in North America in 1789. 1 Time alone can tell the record which we have made here as a class. Life awaits us, we must go. With sadness in our hearts we say farewell to you Pennsylvanlia-"Mother of Men.,' Q --al 38 Ie-- , Qy,,:l.', . Y-J, Q! Q., 8 H 1 n w'J ' 3 -5' E ' II MI TEQE U19 2,?EREfQ'QQQ if qt YY hd I A If-IFF' X X X 7 f W ff A I .. A I ete 1 A Rv - lg 'er' , X t v ' f' ' XL' - -ivei 'P .ka X .... .. . 'T a T-3, . - we , 4 I Eau' I-I 9 ' X PIR 5 HG! Lg? 9 3, T. 'OI 1 ' ' " - 'ii I W A If -OAI-I P any .'-V up . I fi: Monday, June 13, IQ27, 2.15 P.M. ' ,Q . 5 , A , I-1 xtx' k fr I PROGRAM 'n r U Overture ..... ....... . . ORCHESTRA 1 I Aw "The Red and Bluef' . . .THE CLASS 31: V, f Salutatory .... .... J . F. WOLF l' y History of Class . . . . ALVIN G. BINKLEY 'EL' ' Selection . . . .... ORCHESTRA - y Class Prophecy . . . CHARLES SOLIT Class Poem ...... .... E DWARD FURIA igfqk' Presentations of Honors . . . . CHARLES S. BENTLEY A Valedictory ..... . WILLIAM GOECKEL "-J' T Ivy Ode . . . . V. H. KUNKLE Ivy Oration .... . EDWARD DRISCOLL U 5 A "Hail Pennsylvania" . .... THE CLASS ffl if ' 4. 'LP I 5.1.1 QJ A . r-Q1 41 15-- 1-1. i 5-F M315 -1 I in F52 S-1'3,h,,, T - fan - wwgff- .1 S 3' P- 43 I 'SH 2 Q1 I X SSJE1 if S Ei?-E '95 MQW W X 6 OI-IUR iq in 1 7 - Haifa 5511115 ShZEiSgOf'r - fx? X A S ' s c - n e , , 1- . f iiilgtfyafilfeiisf131116221isfifww X' ' - ' H ate edele C0 t- C 31 PHS' -,if kj f y qu' m ft P Ct' m W W ly' tlo Inf -gl ji - 6 MIHQ ue h r ,IO H1 e Cr ID H H - . ., 43g W!! 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Butler, Jr., Treasurer, Vernon H. Kunkle, Secretary 3 and Edward R. Whalen, Historian. The Class hghts were keenly contested. We won the Flour, Poster and Pants Fights and so were entitled to the guardianship of the Penniman Bowl. The shades of night had passed. We began to comprehend the responsibilities de- volving upon us. This was self-evident in the manner in which our classmates subscribed to the Endowment Fund. Individual members reaped the harvest of their toil in assistant managerial capacities. More were elected to publication boards. Most notable of all was the success of our men in Varsity football. The Varsity lettermen of this year included Albert Kruez, Fields, Jesse Douglas, Thayer, Singer, and Butler. Add to this the names of Rogers, Sieracki, Pike, Freeman, Odiorne, Parke, Thompson, Hayes, Duncan, Fonde, Miller, Walker, Marks, and White. That lineup worked wonders to brighten the smile of Lou Young who succeeded in closing the season without defeat. There were social as well as athletic interests to be pursued. The Sophomore Prom was held as usual and later the merry feast at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel, which ended with a more or less hasty exit, bringing to a close our activities for the year. Following a delightful summer vacation, we returned to school no longer undergraduates but upper-classmen. The cares and worries of class fights were ours no longer, consequently we could turn our attention to more important activies. Class elections received the major portion of our energies, aside from studies. Ralph Eaton was elected President and Donald Singer, Vice-President. Crawford, Glover, and Sullivan were elected to the offices of Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian respectively. Things began to hum during football season, and in anticipation of the Yale game Octo- ber I7, plans were being made to besiege the New Haven bowl in countless numbers and witness that gridiron festival between the "Bull Dog" and our fighting "Quakers" On the sunny morning of that game, the Connecticut town witnessed the arrival of thousands of loyal Pennsylvanians in all modes of transportation ranging from the lowly Ford to the modern limousine. The outcome of that spectacular battle, in which our far-farned Kruez and Rogers distinguished themselves so gloriously that day for the Red and Blue and the Class of ,27, will often be referred to when we are waxing our fond reminiscences of our undergraduate days. With the return to the campus from New Haven came the prospect of the traditional Junior Week. With "Jack" Wolf as General Chairman, plans were well laid and resulted in a most successful week, surpassing those of previous years and establishing a precedent for those to come. Activities commenced with our receiving the Junior Balcony from the Seniors, and then with canes furnished by the Committee's Chairman, David Haymond, the class marched to the Chapel where the venerable Provost Penniman and Vice-Provost Mc- Clelland addressed us. The following night, with great enthusiasm, we enjoyed a Smoker well planned by Charles Bentley, long to be remembered because of vivid impressions and first-row blushes. Next in order came the Annual Banquet at the Hotel Adelphia. On Thanksgiving afternoon, mid colorful scene, greatly improved by the presence of the fond guests of our classmates, our traditional rivals, Cornell, went down to ignoble defeat. The Week's activities were climaxed by the Junior Prom, where many a fair heart throbbed with the wonder and splendor of the occasion. Memories of that week were long retained, and we were suddenly brought back to earth with the approach of Mid-years. Following this intensified period of study, the Class gave their conscientious support to the Memorial Hall Drive conducted by the Christian Association. Then, on the advent of spring, we found before us the problem of electing men to guide us through the destinies of our last year. Justin Hess, William Jordan, George Stevens, Wallace Palmer, W. E. Mason, C. Windle McMahon, John Schaeffer, Charles Maxwell, Stanley Lennox, William Goeckel, John Wolf, Chairman, Edwin Pease, Secre- tary, Edward A. Driscoll, Treasurer, made up the personnel of the Undergraduate Council. 1. f 'fo a n r ,YI il 'T I f lf.. fl M ' 1 . "' I' ,Q l it 9.4 3 if I ' l Q U 'Q 3. ,gf ' 4 J ! ': 1 j C 1' , ,I 'e Mfg NL'-.'.1 --aj 43 ja- u,3flfjf?'gQ,T?:1''Tff,U'-f81'Q5'W'x'f"F5'F?ijFETiiTjFT ff fr, ' ' if , f ' I 'soc XJ P-Xl fl xl.-M1fTij,i'i.ilTj'F,9'Tf1-.,Q,'?f5'F'N:Q- A Ariiihig-F'-Q '- ' ,"" 7-jf, f' L V i ' ' I 1, A . - John F. Wolf had been chosen President for our Senior year, because of his integrity and ability which has since been obviously shown in his successful management of the affairs of our Class. In that capacity he has served the interests of our Class well, and to him we owe many of the triumphs accorded to the Class. Following the wise selection of these men, we were treated to Albert Miller's "A Sale and a Sailor," the Mask and Wig production. Our fellow-classmate was highly complimented upon his ability as a play- wright and actor. Finally classes broke up for summer vacation. Another milestone had been passed. We returned to our respective homes to spend a most delightful summer, preparing for the last lap of our course. On our return the minor class officers were duly elected. "Buck" Freeman as Vice- President, "Herb" Watson as Secretary, comprised the staff of minor officers. We had come into our own. It was our year. George Walton furnished blazers for the Class. Out on the gridiron, George Thayer captained the Red and Blue Varsity through a successful season which was climaxed by the tie with the Cornell warriors. This exhibition was witnessed by increased numbers due to the addition of the upper decks to the stadium. There could be no prouder manager in football than ".Iack,' Schaeffer. The basketball team, captained by "Pudge" Davenport for the second successive year, fought through keenly contested games. This sport was housed in its new home, the Palestra. Goldblatt, Lindsay, and Chapman comprised the other 727 men in the Varsity squad, with Manager Krantz and Associate Manager Johanson. The Varsity soccer team had another successful year, and the following Seniors helped to make it possible: MacDonald, at the helm, Callahan, Wood, and Buswell. Irwin Stuebner managed the team. "Rob" McClean captained the track team, supported on all sides by his classmates, including Slagle, Rogers, Barnshaw, Starratt, Payne, and Baxter, with "Edu Dronberger managing and ".Ioe', Barr assisting. In baseball, ,27, too, gave undivided support. Captain Overton Tremper, Armstrong, Bishop, Fields, Kruez, Lindsay, and Walker were members of the strong aggregation managed by Philip Deckert and "Doc', Allen, his associate, who also presides over the Interfraternity Council. In rowing, many Seniors pulled the Red and Blue blades of Old Penn, including Captain I-Iill, Nylund, Nevius, C. L. Mitchell, Northrop, and Nauss. Un all the minor sports teams, the men of ,27 swelled their ranks. Outstanding stars were developed such as Captain MacDonald, who won the 135-pound Intercollegiate Championship, and I-larold Colborn who played first singles for our Varsity tennis team for three consecutive years. We may well be proud of the wealth of material of our Class and the support which it has rendered in athletic activities. "The Pennsylvanianu grew and prospered through our four years. During this time the Pictorial Section was added, and last year it celebrated the hftieth anniversary of its 79 1 I QA n o if I I I n o .vi K 1 94 .1 I I A. 5 'O . x Us I U .1 I I 5. Q G1 I l .A l Y B D I l I I I l I IA X 9 if 1 l .1 1 l Q Q ' P l .A . l 9 U ' l L4 ' 1 AO 0 ll l K u 'A D 0 2' I 1 ,I Q 0 U 1 7. M W U ' 1 45:5 we. in - r. - , Q 1, . , i . A qgf' s .sa A-V. A. , V, P-X.-":"w.-1,"' ,,:f, ,H-'r f fs., ,I-., ,rs yew' " .2 , ' 'N iq- ' f " , . . " J' S '. tl ., Q33 3547- r-M-'fu F' If "' -f. ' "-ff'-Q ,A fr, li .Q " ' D l'! i , 'V liffffll --ai 44 if.. Xt.. K 7 :flu 2 14 Eff' 'r .1 .5 , v M if - 4 founding. The Seniors who led the Board were: Editor-in-Chief Charles Windle McMa- hon, Managing Editor John Scott Walker, News Editor Samuel Crozier Fleming, Pictorial Chairman Earle Maas, Photographic Editor Wm. B. Hamilton. The Business Board was headed by A. Moseley Hopkins and the circulation was in charge of P. Louis Smith. The wit and humor of the "Punch Bowll' continued and its circulation was widespread. Wallace Cv. Palmer was Editor-in-Chief, Benjamin Kresch, Managing Editor, and Joel Kaplan, Art Editor. Richard N. Young, Business Manager, and his associates, Thomas Hughes and Emmet Hyman, as Advertising and Circulation Managers respectively, brought the Associated College Comics Convention of the East to our campus. The "Red and Bluel' continued its increasing popularity under the editorial guidance of J. Dudley Marks, with William Hopfman, Jr., as Business Manager, Jesse Geisman, Advertising Manager, Eldridge Sampliner, Circulation Manager, Earle Maas, Photo- graphic Editor, and Wallace G. Palmer, Art Editor. lfxla The H1927 Record" has been wonderfully improved. Raymond Samuels, Editor-in- .V K Chief, and his Managing Editor, Sweet, together with Art Editor Lacy and Photographic Editor Einstein, have wrought a complete change in the size and beauty of the book. fi. lt may truly be called a masterpiece edition. "Jack" Scholle filled the newly created office as Manager of the Service Bureau. But Henry T. Vance, that capable and proficent 5- Business Manager, aided by "Ham" Rubenstein and "Ray" Grant as Advertising and Circulation Managers respectively, had laid the foundations which insured the publi- ,yriysii cation of a book comparable to the deeds of '27. lilies Then came the week that every Senior looks forward to throughout his college life, and yet as its approach nears us each is reluctant to let it culminate, for with its passing also Qi' passes our active undergraduate days. This is at least once when we all agree, when our fondest anticipation has been far surpassed by the realization. The week of festivities if climaxed by the lvy Ball was under the General Chairmanship of "Ernie" Mason. The lvy Ball, under the guidance of Henry T. Vance, was conducted in admirable fashion. "Ed" Smith saw that the Palestra looked less like the basketball court but resembled the cloak of spring touched by the goddess of nature. "Pere" Smith furnished the music so Htting to the occasion. Thus our week went by and formed a part of our fond memories of dear old Penn. The Class now saw ht to elect those as Honor Men who had best served us. Such was ' our choice: Spoon Man, Wolf, Bowl Man, Marks, Cane Man, Davenport, Spade Man, gi McClean, which Honors were awarded on Class Day by Charles S. Bentley who is Presi- dent of the Christian Association. After these awards had been made, E. A. Driscoll de- livered the Ivy Oration, William Goeckel gave the Valedictory, Edward Furia read the Class Poem, Charles S. Solit made the Class Prophecy and Vernon Kunkle recited the Ivy Ode. The story has been poorly outlined. Events and happenings came all too quickly. Many happy associations and their details are all too numerous to re-tell but we can l remember that we participated, not discreditably, in the growth and expansion of our lil? University. We have witnessed an immense building program, including the double- decking of the stadium, the erection of the Palestra and the new gymnasium, the enlarged and improved Logan Hall, the new Freshmen dormitories, the removal of the Moore School of Electrical Engineering to a building of its own, the lrvine Memorial Hall which is now nearing completion. We can also appreciate that we have been able to subscribe to the Christian Association Fund which will permit the erection of a more pretentious P home on our carnpus. J Y-S - Our Undergraduate Council deserves more than honorable mention. It is worthy of our warmest praise. lt has conducted the Hnancial affairs of each class on a sound and a business-like basis. It kept alive the lower class ight tradition when the combats were threatened to be banned. The new membership policy of the group will give better repre- 91' . its . . lift Ii. ,,f.::,, ,-gn ' fa lf'1f-"?Tf'T'-iff'-,ffa-1 1,--.,."w.-J-,,. .V-ff-.1 ,f-...S , J y, 7 . ."f5W"Mliif1' Era: '."Zfr17"'2-'X ff-rf., .'f'f:v".':. ' 1434" . :ff"7 ref- " - ' ' -'AJ Q, f'.L.+i '- 'xp -..ij Ql".,..3 f,Hflg': 35 to --QI 45 Ilia f'-,Zvi TQ Jlwgx 24 ' W: 1... v - - V-TV-iT E-Vw -- .V--VV V V X EU F? Z, 753111 E C O Il DDQ sentation to the lower classes. Adding to these improvements, the Council succeeded in setting aside a week in the beginning of the first term in which the hrst-year men might better know their University. Their good work has brought about many desirable reforms, far too numerous to record at this time. And now our four years have passed-four years which have advanced us a bit further from port. Our good ship I927 has carried us through happiness, disappointments, and success-yes, to some, failure. The time has come when our cruise as a group ceases. Each of us embarks on another ship-Destiny. Each of us is a pilot of his own frail craft. With fortitude, courage, and faith gathered from our brief stay at Pennsylvania, We forge ahead into mysteries of the future, there to meet our problems and solve them as our Alma Mater has best taught us. ' ALVIN G. BINKLEY if . 0 ' ' " ' " ' f . Y rig!! , ns,--in. 5 . .- .-we-.. ., bv 4 V- ...V ... .... 1. , .-. 1 V a gs. 5 V " 1- .1 ' -- "J J V f -9' r V iv? 1' ' Vw 'lf-1'V.r51?-'.,.TlZ ii ,.2:LHf-'rift G' . -O-R . ..V-eg A .. .1 -J-ff -A . -,, 1: .. - :V lr LW , swvwwy X-,4,..V.L ,ia .r, is ..f...Vw4. ' ' -' - v V V ' V '-V - V . - A, . V , ,VVV - W, ,f-ina-Qaadiyg a,j.,,,-.3.,.4y.-kg.,VNJqg5agg:,,A: 'v,'4,.-.gQ1.f,iig!N,1?QT.5g V-QI 46 Ir-- s 'Q X x 0. 'f ' 1 ,Q C 'o , x 0. .1 I I Al . 3 .1 Q' I I , ,O 0 l 'Q l .OA 9 v O .1 I ,I I 'o 1 I .4 l O l .v I D Q O l l .A l U I l .4 ' 1 ,Q I O K x M Q .. ' I ,O A O 'Q X I I 9 I l ' 1 ,O A a 26553 ' ws!-u Q f u l. MANY MOGNS LATER ITTING on a veranda in the far-off town of Poonia, India, with the heat registering 101 degrees in the shade, I lay back, day-dreaming of events that had happened years ago. There came back to me those good old school days and pleasant times that we had had on the campus. Somehow I felt that I had grown old, although it had been but a few years since I had come here. As I tried to throw off my feeling of homesickness, I heard the most pleasant sound imaginable. It was the chug, chug of a Ford, as if with each bump on the road it would fall apart. With curiosity I rose to see who had brought this remnant of civilization into a mudhole of bugs and heat. Suddenly this Hflivveri' stopped with a shudder and a man alighted. He started to tamper with the crank and gave up in disgust. With long strides he started for my bungalow and I arose to welcome him. At the bottom step I stopped short. There, in a hat which once seemed to have been a Panama and a linen suit which one could just about tell had been white, stood "Charlie" Bentley. There never was a more welcome sight. Like old women, we began to chatter away. He was doing missionary work in a nearby town, feeling homesick and the like, and was about to give up in disgust. Then and there we decided it was high time to return to dear old U. S. A. The next morning we started for Bombay. After a day's journey we reached our destination. Finding that the first ship left early the next day, we stopped at a hotel, and as we entered we noticed a great deal of commotion in the lobby. Walking up to a porter, we asked him the reason for all the noise and clamor. With an astonished look he told us that the great American hnancier had just arrived. In broken English he went on to tell us that the gentleman in question owned all the rubber plantations around Singapore. Shoving our way up to the front we came face to face with "Hen" Vance, the same old fellow. At lunch we started to "pop" questions at him. He told us that "Benn Gordon had built up quite a reputation as an after-dinner speaker. He was a much-sought- after man. In New York City he came across "Dave,' Haymond who had risen from a loan office clerk to a prominent member of the New York Stock Exchange. All the New York newspapers were publishing, daily, speeches of the hght for the repeal of the Volstead Act. The leader of the party favoring the repeal was our classmate "Pere" Smith and his opponent no other than "Ernie" Mason. So interested were we in our conversation that we had not noticed the man sitting at the next table. His face seemed very familiar. I nudged "Charlie" and asked him if he recognized the man. With a shout he rushed over to the table and beckoned us to join him. It was "Wally" Palmer. "Wally" told us that he was here in the interests of his lumber firm buying the teak forests. Bidding the boys good-bye the following day, we boarded the boat. In twenty-one days we sighted dear old U. S. A. To get rid of our "sea legs" we decided to walk over to the Club. Walking down Broadway we noticed that the "Great White Way" was just littered with advertising signs. In large blue letters above each "ad" we read: "E. Hyman Adv. Agcyn and beneath the name, "Sponsor of cooperative advertising." At the Club we bumped into "Bob" Cipcer and "Vernie', Kunkle who were delegates to the Democratic National Convention from Connecticut and Pennsylvania respectively. Feeling tired, we went to our rooms. On a bureau I noticed a "Pennsylvania Gazette" and eagerly 'I glanced through it. The magazine was chuck-full of ads. Here and there was a little reading matter. When I came to the masthead, in bold type was the name, "RICHARD N. YOUNG, BUSINESS MANAGER" and in smaller type "C, Windle McMahon, Editor-in-Chief." What a come-down for "Wink." In the announcement column I noticed that "Bill" Goeckel was elected a trustee of the Uni- versity and "Ed" Pease Editor of the "General Alumni Monthly." "Bill" Hoffman was president of the Co-operative Marketing Association of America. "Al" Klopfer was manager of a famous acrobatic troupe. "Dud" Marks, who, in his undergraduate days had been quite a specialist in hats, had become a vice-president of Stetson 81 Co. f 1-1:-gfsfff. gfimfifti'-an ' 't if-eff' U if w'-jfigigzi-ff 'I Y Q It e?'f'.5lr' -jj 47 Ip.. 47 'ij' all .3450 L . I QI tiff lt? ip! 2- Q 0, I .Q A. I 9.- '11 1 gl U 0 'Q mf lu I f ,Q P 6 I 'D I 3' I' .. I , . " I ,I , , 'Q , x ll U 0 F gf lf' ,O , 'l K xi ix 5? ,O ix i Q I I I 0 9 I ,ie . l"- N wat i fri Eid Tifiii l' iff 1 ETL? fl? Pk yi:-X1 -" "" " ' " ' 1 Y'?'T?'::- :T " 11li,lL'!'L!i ii..':':tiiT Tl' ' T' ' C -. A ' 1. ie . . . . . . if Mfg "Arn ie" Mason was working intensively compiling a model Federal Labor Law forlthe Government. ,A 'M' .loel Kaplan had become a painter of renown and was at the present studying in Paris. j ' RIF,-5 "Dick" Miron was making a name for himself in the legal field. gf . ali j U H V ' ' 75 , I -,ii Bob McLean xx as coach of the University s tracklteam. HI, Clarence Mesirov was prominent in railroad activities and had but recently been appointed to 9' Y' f the Interstate Commerce Commission. .. Q Q j "Charley', Maxwell had in his profession of medicine discovered a serum which prolonged youth. V - Claude Mclver had recently been impeached as President of WVomen's League for Purifying the 'if Country's Election System. His activities in the Club's recent elections were rumored as the cause ' tv for his downfall. ' 1.,,, xi I' fi' "Doc" Allen had dropped out of the competition for assistant director of Houston -Club, having A ' not quite made the mark, and had left for South America to enter a Held in which he is adept, pro- motion of dancing. I "Charlie" had just returned from England where he won the Diamond Scull Championship. . "Sam" Fleming was now the Managing Editor of the New York Times. Overton Tremper was -'fe I , with the New York Yankees and has made "Babe" Ruth feel sick with his hitting. A 1 I, Wilson Allpass was rivaling C. C. Pyle, having just signed up "Don" Singer and George Thayer, and about these two famous football stars built an unbeatable team. ' Q. I , F, "Pudge" Davenport was coach 'of the famous Vassar Girls' Basketball Team. I I 'P D At 5 o'clock I went down for dinner. As I descended the steps an aroma of a peculiar kind- was " H I' wafted to my nostrils. Upon reaching the reading-room, in an armchair sat Ray Samuels, a pillow propped behind-him, smoking a pipe and -entirely enveloped in smoke. With a hearty "Hello" he 4.3 greeted me and immediately went into a discussion of his new method of making pipe tobacco. "' ' At the dinner-table we were joined by Jesse Geisman who had lately been elected president of e' ff I the New York Stock Exchange. We conversed about our Alma Mater and classmates and .I esse' told ' .. us that he had just received a few "comps" from "Al" Binkley for his show, "Girlie, Girlie' "Al" I had become the world's foremost gloriher of women. ' U That evening we saw one of the best shows in a decade. As we left the theater, which, by the f , . way, is owned by none other than Bruce Lloyd, we bumped into "Jack" Scholle in the full regaha I Ajll ' of a knight of the stage door. He was going to "sup,' with the leading-lady of "Girlie, Girlief, As we stepped out to hail a cab, two drivers rushed over to us yelling, "Cab, sir." To our amaze- J ,QQ Qi, w ment we recognized "Joe" Barr and "Ed" Dronberger, so we separated and hired both cabs. We V- . asked to be taken to a nice night club. In a few moments we found ourselves inn front of what we f ' later learned to be the most exclusive club in New York. In bright electric lights the club prol Q 1' claimed to the wide world that its owner was Rayrne Grante. . I I The entertainment of the club was led by "Ham" Lieb. In the midst of our nocturnal enjoyment, . the lights went out, women screamed, waiters rang suddenly the lights were turned on, and in the -ll center of the club were a half dozen policemen and two men in civilian clothes. The two men walked ' over to us and handed us a card which read: . Q l H Q .' . HKRESCH AND MR. KRESCH f ,, Q. I District Attorneysf' Iii' 'F' It was indeed a delightful surprise. 1 b 3 i' ' They were there to clean up all night clubs which did not obey the law. Bidding them goodbye, fx if .' . . we left. ' -,M , While riding up. Fifth Avenue we noticed that the streets werenagog with excitement. The , 1 newsboys were running everywhere, shouting "Extra! Extra!" In glaring headlines we saw rf, 5, p 5 . . "JOHN F. Worr a " , Elected Chairman of the Democratic National Committeen r ., -I 5 We knew that. it was but a stepping-stone for "Jack" to something bigger. On our arrival at U the C-lub we were in time to congratulate him. upon his appointment.. While in the corridor we were "At - ' surprised to hear a powerful oratorical voice. We walked intolone of the rooms- whence it issued. 1 ' There, standing over a round-table discussion, raved "Ed" Furla, on the oppression of the working I class, being aided. by "Red" Driscoll, NLP., who had recently been elected to the Englrsh-Parl1a- j ment as a Laborrte-against the challenge of "Spike,' Webb who was defending the capitalistic . ,Q ? - interests.. We stayed until 5 listening to them and so ended the night. , Q The sight of all these old friends warmed our hearts with the good old cheer of our undergraduate j rr., - days and made us decide to remain with them in America. M " CHARLES S. SOLIT 'f S . , .2 . 'ft f V Q ' ' V,-w-. n . .yt .-r , - , '.,- ,af A af 1f77ilfi153LfLf'1'5.L I '.fV'f'1? --22148 je-- if ' ' M EC? if? Q?-ig. M l YTD 5 A -T r The slow and steady flow of years Brings us our turn at last To plant an Ivy in between The Ivies ofthe past. In humbleness we place you here And pray that you might spring- In strength, with those already grown And scores that years will bring. May the guiding hand in heaven Grant you strength beyond conhne, That your arms be ever ready To encircle and enshrine. Ever bent upon your mission Upward, upward to the peak May you never cease your climbing Toward the lofty goal you seek. May the life of you grow stronger, May you never fade or die, May we ever see your branches Thrusting upward to the sky. May you thrive forever verdant, Clinging always to these walls, Adding year by year your foliage To the beauty of our halls. May we see your living beauty Hold these walls in fond embrace To denote the love we cherish For this old and hallowed place. As the sands of time sift onward And the days and nights retreat, May the Sponsor of all beauty Heap His blessings at your feet, So that in the grey, dim future When our lives are weak and spent You may consummate our wishes As a living monument. ,,.,..h.,J,:!f,,'5.-,Y: ,xgspg--'es,3 v.,..,,.: A- y ut, 9:-s.,.f.ga-,,J.!!a-,J-r-. V , :,.1T'm1A .awe-.i" as - 'H 'Jaya ' ffl-'.,-. ' V - .irq r 95,53-.,3?15:,.,,,.Ujg --21 49 Ib-- -VERNON H. KUNKLE Gif' E22 K vp 'w V7 W! am E, P ren A 1 ,Y I . X I Q, F1 ' X, ti , ny! Q. We Q if E T P? I 'l E i r ,A -. ti will aw' Zi fr." 1 r 'K W l a Bs .. 1 we H31 an-fl T QQ?-'33 s k-051' '42 is Eg an fx , f4 f""' - af t pp QBAV KS - 4 , -4 i. ,q fa ff X rw - 2 v I t . - Q lv 'F N. u g, .. ?' 'l T 0 .,, 4 ' 1 is lx . . ef' i it 4, , of I Q . 'Q v, g Q. f We ve reached at last the distant port Whose shining beacons oft we sought Little thinking of a parting day Till now once more before the end Comrade with comrade friend with friend We meet to sing our parting lay. Gone now the hours free from care And all those times of friendship rare Precious moments of boundless joy That often come but cannot stay' Gone and fled are they all today- Goalless doings idle dreams of boy. Those hours of joy were but wavelets That in laughing dancing rivulets The parched sands of life have bathed And calmly rolling toward the Deep Have faded as in calm sweet sleep By the dark and passixe sea enslaved. The dawn is creeping-on the night, . And the weary moon like a tired eremite- Tired as oft we were of night,s monotony- Now smiles, and welcomes the soft creep Of the dawn from beyond the Deep, As until now with eastward gaze did we. We are moored at port, lying free From wind and tide and threatening seag And the sounds that come swelling, The waves' breaking and roaring, The sound of the sea that falls dying Brings back a brine-lover's longing. How carelessly, blindly we sailed While the shore's glittering beacons we hailed! Are we sad we were fools to be thralls To the sun-flooded unborn day, And blind to the star-dusted way, As we listened to the shore-bird's calls. The beacons now are dim and gray, - The sky-domed towers we saw far away Are now lost in the building maze That surround them and close them on shoreg The luring lights we saw before Are all swallowed in one vast haze. The sounds from the deep come swelling, The ship-caressing waves come telling Good-day and good-bye in gloomy shroud. I ' ,-7 i .Q .yi Q4 I9 ' o sf- ,1 , I - A9 g o , " I LQ. l, if '- 1 ,Q xl lm, 1 , 9, ,, 1 it in Q . D .X fi. .i , li D I Q J, ,. QQ 11 ' Y x Q ' :mfg t -s s t t c c t it U s " J z J f. I ' ' 1 . Q, . - ' . - ' -Y Q G, O . is . I -, A T ,Q in Q QQ X v 6 wx . l 1 v h Y' X. ' 'J L ' 9 - ff Q 5 I Q If 'P' M 0 .- . 1 ke- QQ- .. . - X X . s 0 , 9 I if 1? v :vi U A. 4 oi 9 ' ' o' U if 'Q I , , 6 K 1 Q! , ' , 1, ga A' D D , ll 9 Y' ' 'Q I .0 2, I 7 O I , , .Q o., all 9 1 1 g' T . s v ' ' , 1 a . 2 - - 1 ,H , .A ,Z N ,K , 1 "i..4Q:fw -,'-'iw .,-,Z , Z. -W, - .Nw and .. a,5W6.,, ,f-'-fs.: Jail. V ,tu .,,-fair ,E J,,A--- 1 "1 a - .1 ,P - T- -- . '-Q91 -A ' - s ii f-fitfilvff-w21f'Q.fi-1:if' 3. tif-vigil-2?Q?Li-H ft:--ifzfimfaa .- . - . H! ' . -I--f - .Q , 'JT,--i'4.JJ--3'3"-aI,,fI'-1L,faffW7'?.,jM,aif.g,X.e--iff-m.t,,j:,.-fwlg,ff-"AE5.,i.lQa1g::i31.i, --QI 50 Ia-- ,. K . T A xt' W 'Qi-1, HEU19 2 YQRE C o RBD xy, K l The good ship Pennsylvania, - The faithful craft o'er long an era , , l Stands majestic, strong, and proud. P, z The ship now is to others who jf 1 . Will sail her o'er the rolling blue, 'V 1 One hour before the dawn's bright eye " ' The sun's long reign comes slowly warning ls granted us on deck this morning- yi I A fleeting moment for sadness to sigh. 'W if P But are we blind to the roseate band ' Extending o'er the eastward land? Af, S, Are we slaves to the star-dusted way, l With the sun-flooded morning at hand? T ' Let us on with a smile o'er the sand T 7' With the gold-flowing laughter of day. T. x Let us sing of that voyage of youth, . l When nothing but joy was the truth, y When we lost all sight of the shore T Qi With a soul that smiled in sweetest peace, if JA j Thinking these voyagings never would cease, , Q Which now we can sail nevermore. A .. l Life's shimmering jewels of happy hours , , ' 4' Pass upon a swift, unlingering tide -' Beyond the unretreating gates of Time, , if Too soon to be gathered and stored, , f , l To touch a future joyous chord j T- 1 When the heart's own bells won't chime. 'ffl T A5 Or else if quick we dip our hands If T!! ' ' ' lnto the stream to gather strands f 6 ,fi ll Of the flood-time's dazzling weeds of gold, F T. F Soon shells and threads more tempting, luring, 1 i t Fly by, and while the new securing T l We needs must lose the old. he 0 l Perhaps we pick what seems to be rv - a A perfect pearl, but surprisingly "'I ' j This gem we feast our eyes upon J' P. 3- Will change its form or shape or hue P . .. l And dissolved, falls out of view ' V, Beyond the formless gates Endymion. .1 Q A' iff 'l Yet why be sad when silvered dreams T ji ' Will guide us with the pale moonbeams, A Q' 'Q O'er lonely lands and quiescent sea f.a T l. ' To a warm still seaside nest -1 I " 1 Where those flashing long-fled jewels rest A? - Adorning the ocean's breast with glee? ,. . fl P Or do we fear the rugged paths ahead, 5 Life's unknown landward paths to tread? 1 Nay, beckoning us are wondrous lands, 5 ' And dazzling jewels, hours glad, ' ' 'g ln all the sunls bright splendor clad A ' Which are not heralded by gray sands. I K And there before lies happiness, T D V And all the honor of success, f So let us on with happy stare, 'a A To us, dear friends, felicityl g' T And through a long eternity, T ' ' ' Our noble Pennsylvania, good fair!-EDWARD W. FURIA - ' ... ., , x 1 I I, Ag 9 . 'f -A , 2 T X4 fs-T' reeeb c -:drip , if r , , ' T t ' ' ' 1 ' "1 r 6' , , -'T T-f 0, .QI Ig.. o 'R f 7: si ". I Y v , TX A f , 1 1 . W' ' 7 if-'---Ag----Q f W ' --' "':- Q:-E..-3'-'T "'N .-i.TfL:,7,,f.:,---xv,---7.7.-,?i21...gK , 1-gf:-.np 9- ,. M , Q Y Q-Bw, s . , ,Sak ,.r ,..A.A X. ..x. . ' f- . 1- Q. - - te r fs ff ff S an - F yy Q 'Y ii ODAY we have assembled to contribute to a beautiful old Pennsylvania tradition fraught with significance to all her sons. Today, through the " symbolic planting of the lvy, we pledge our troth of undying love and loyalty Ivy -1 , , to our Alma Mater, formally attesting to those attachments which four years of Aly, contact have deeply, deeply rooted within our hearts. And how more intensely are these attachments felt and how more deeply rooted do they become when we are also f knit together in one common bond of brotherhood by the recollection of the great an and noble heritage of Pennsylvania tradition it is our privilege to share! This heritage of glorious accomplishments and records of historic lore, inscribed y upon the brightest pages in the annals of the past by the sons of Pennsylvania since the days of Benjamin Franklin, her founder! May we, God willing, do justice to it! May we, as this lvy grows, also grow in our service and loyalty to our Alma Mater, always cherishing, constantly kindling our love into a steady and enduring flame, chaste, pure, and unquenchable asqthat which vestals for their goddess 'fly guarded. ii ' This little Ivy plant is symbolic of many virtues which we should consider as worthy in the upbuilding of every structure of real manhood. lt grows with a i' commendable tenacity of purpose, ever aspiring and attaining new heights, ever ' i,Vg'A' branching out and encompassing a larger field of activity. When all else seems to fail it, even sunlight itself, still it pursues its upward struggle and gives forth its best efforts, beautifying and enriching that structure which is its framework. Q As we leave these halls of Pennsylvania to assail the walls of difficulties which will confront us in our future life, let us cling to those ideals which we have assimi- 1, iff lated in these four f th t P l ' L t heri h the teachin s ' my years o our you a ennsy vania. e us c s g LQ. and traditions of Pennsylvania, mirroring them through our growth and service in the enrichment of our civilization. ' A 1 li L' l Let us for a moment consider in retrospection our four years of University life. I We gathered from all parts of our Nation and from many foreign countries, from , varied spheres of influence, often with divergent interests, assembling here at Pj Pennsylvania to form as a single class unit. During these four years together we have merged and fused our ideas and ideals, assimilated knowledge, broadened FQ f'lt 1 iai r 7 --QI 52 12:-i '1 Q I H afar! .Adria rm 9 zzmaz C Q R DEX at z TN ' lf . . . . . . l -il , our viewpoint of life, and formed strong, life-long friendships. We have 'met rn ,ffl nil., friendly scholastic, campus, and athletic competitions, matching our brain and ' gf' hbrawn against each other, each of us striving to utilize our capabilities to the V A utmost, achieving and attaining those things which our talents best adapted us. ffk And out of this caldron of endeavor We have emerged stronger and better men, ln .5 for it is in competition and cooperation that one obtains the true test of his real ' Worth. We have emerged, all of us, real Pennsylvanians! t Tp Just as we fervently hope that our Ivy plant shall prove to be strong and " 5 virile, adding to itself year by year, and in time spreading a preserving mantle ij 'P about this building, so should We, as the Class of 1927, in the coming years of our A 3 alumnihood become a vital force in furthering Pennsylvania's educational progress. ' , , O1 ' . If In a few days We leave this campus to spread throughout the land, but We can it ' l never leave the spirit of Pennsylvania which has become a living part of each of us. yd," gl No matter how distant We may be, We can become active in our local alumni club and keep alive Pennsylvania ideals and traditions for the rest of our days. 25- Forever our heart shall beat with a quicker pulse, and in our mmost soul shall We vow undying devotion to that Which, above all other riches, possesses the price- ' ' ' less treasure-the name, the fame, and the memory of PENNSYLVANIA. , EDWARD ANTHONY DRiscoLL ik '5 f 9 3 9 if it it u if l 5 Li if ' QA 3 A ' ' . ej if l-,rl V 25, lw i I' X 4, g , df'- .,x 1 A, 5 6' Q Q .5 R' it , 5 , "" , :Qf1fE',,'if CHQ V A P 'K ' I ' .4 ' . 'V' , ' aaii r, -,,- 1 .QI 53 Tp.. . C' , . um- all f -. ffl fw H34 To 3 it J--,-f - fx, 5 1 . I X I . in ij 1 v - .1 Al , 'r I J Us 2 N Y . I. 1 . , . A . . -I X Us . .1 I ,I 'e Q . 9. 0' V I I - .. I -V QA?--.--U ------ef----Y-'1f1i , ,K , , , ,mc -if Y- - -7- - --- - - , Q , vlf- ,N .P p r . f -5, ,, ii , ,,.-.., ,,-, , 1:-la , :SNL 'Nr if il lr- 7. W K WM ii' l . - I -Q- -, - I , OMORROW will mark the formal closing of our all-too-brief careers as under- graduates of the University of Pennsylvania. It is my very great privilege to deliver the valediction, or farewell message of the Class of 1927. ,As modern University men, we shun displays of sentimentality, still we cannot leave this great in- stitution with a mere shrug of the shoulders. Our feelings demand some outward form of expression. Expensive as our stay here has been, and notwithstanding the fact that an education such as we have received has been variously estimated at definite potential monetary values, we do not leave this institution as so many merchants, feeling as though we have driven a bargain, no indeed. When we matriculated at this University, we became members of a great family, and as days grew into weeks, we became cognizant of the broad, hne principles upon which this University is based. Our brothers in Penn- sylvania, drawn as they were from every state in the Union and a score of foreign countries, representing practically every important race, color, and creed on the face of the earth, formed a family in no narrow sense of the word. We early saw that the spirit of this in- stitution conforms quite exactly to the spirit of the United States within whose boundaries it is situated, that the democracy and competitive spirit of the United States have their fac-simile in the democracy and competitive spirit of the University of Pennsylvania. The lives which we as individuals have lived during our stay here have been many sided always, and devious at times. We have often been shunted off a bit from the path leading to graduation, at times our vision has been becloudedg our standards of valuation have been warped. But constant contact with the other members of the great family has prevented any serious or permanent misalignment from the true course. We do not infer that our stay here has been a grand holiday. We have all been sorely tried, and at times, I fear, we have been found wanting, at other times we have returned the victors from the toils and encounters of undergraduate life. We all at some time have felt the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune", we all have had the laurel wreath of victory placed upon our brow. The degree of our elation in victory or of depression in defeat has been at all times dependent upon the amount of effort necessary for the task in question. Graduation from this institution, therefore, means much more to those whose stay here was fraught 'with financial, mental, or physical difficulties than to those who had but the ordinary cares of life, the law of compensation is ever with us. What have we gotten out of our association with this great family for whichiwe should be so thankful in our farewell message? It is probable that no two members of the Class have derived the same fruits from their toil, but a few generalizations will suffice. First of all, we have received the education and training for which we came here, and just as our definition of family is not narrowly restricted, so neither has been our education. When A f' -1. ' " , -- 4 Q-,T ana. -I -.,'R-7 722:-.Aw -, at---.fl 1'-,. ,r -1 fr ft"-. f- L2 ir-'fr f - V .. fair. 2. , . ' ' , L'JQ:M,.'5wgjQr-v.,X W 'gf ls n J L-,,1vQ..,ae 'Y -. ,wuajg V- . --QI 54 In-' we say, then, that we have been "educated,,' we do not think primarily that we have allowed ourselves to become the subjects upon which our faculty has practiced the art or profession of pedagogy, that is but a part of the education which the University has so freely proffered to us. Qur education has included a general shake-up of our ideas: old traditional petty prejudices have been broken down, new and more vigorous principles have been instilled into us. We have learned from field and forum that leadership is based on service, we have seen examples from the pages of history as well as from our own exf perience and observation in University and civic life. Our education has brought us into contact with each other, not only by permitting the natural tendency of association of those of similar tastes, but also by broadening and cultivating different tastes and so widening our social circle. This has brought about lasting friendships, and has redounded in the derivation of a fuller life by all of us. Not the least of the benehts of possessing an education is the ability to derive the utmost satisfaction from life, which, at best, sometimes becomes a bit tedious. Again, our education has acquainted us with the forces and factors, the ways and means by which men are influenced, by availing ourselves of this knowledge we are enabled to become leaders in the economic world into which we are about to enter. This is, perhaps, the only undemocratic feature of education. The extent to which we have received these advantages during the past four years is dependent upon the manner in which we have laid out our time and energy, the materials have been furnished us-the mosaic is the result of the skill of the craftsman. Our gratitude is extended, then, to the University for having been the medium through which all these privileges have been extended to us. But it should not take the form of' mere words only. Of him to whom much is given, much is to be expected. It is incumbent upon us to live at all times in such a manner as to reflect credit upon our University. By attaining-a high standard of accomplishment in later life we can best reflect favorable criticism upon our University. Q Our sincere gratitude must also be extended to our parents and friends for the part. they have played in sending us to this great institution. And now, Fellow Classmates, as we bid farewell to our University in our undergraduate: status, let us realize that we are but changing our relationship with this great institution. As the "Red and Blue" so aptly phrases it: "And when to all our college life We've said our last adieu, We'll never say aclieu to thee, Our colors, Red and Blue." 9f,.M.zsf.fQsJL . 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N Mx xl 1 I5 41 FJ.. 1-13 ff -. , ru 1 , 117' W! l SYDNEY ABRAAIS BI A E, TI M E "Sir Syd" 5832 Trinity Place, Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION VVest Philadelphia High School. Education Club, West Philadel- phia High School Club. .IOHN STOKES ADAMS CD K XII 325 S. 43d St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE ARCHIBALD WILLIAM ADKINS 111 F A lGHap77 1424 16th St., Vllashington, D. C. COLLEGE Devitt Preparatory School. 150-lb. Crew C11 C21 C315 Arts Asso- ciation Executive Committee C41g Varsity Club C31 C419 Capital City Club C11 C21 C31 C41. LEO BEHRNARD AHERN .. ee., I7 North St., Mohawk, N. Y. WHARTON Mohawk High School. .Iunior Banquet Committee. CHARLES ALFRED ALLEN H K A llDOc7l 8 Bronson St., Oswego, N. Y. WHARTON Oswego High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Assistant Manager Baseball C31, Associate Manager C419 Sophomore Vigilance Com- mittee, Co-Operative Committee CI1g Advisory Committee Chris- tian Association C415 President Interfraternity Council C4.1g Dormi- tory Representative C115 Senior Advisor C41. JOHN BURTON ALLEN fl-AZ57 lljackff " West St. Litchheld, Conn. WHARTON Litchfield High School. WILSON TRAFFORD ALLPASS B 9 II "Wi ts" 38 Gates Ave., Nlontclair, N. J. . WHARTON Montclair High School. President Friars Senior Societyg Assistant Manager Football C31, Associate Manager C41g Varsity Club, Mana- ger Travel Association C41g Council on Athletics C41. CHARLES MELVILLE AMBLER, JR. A X E "Charley,' 5113 Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE Priestley Chemical Society, Priestley Society Show C11 C21 C31. .4-JI Ip.. S. aff. . if , lu.. UQ 313' , le feaklf lily. .LA-ll.- Tu: E' 1 Qiffil tg xv, . 'yy' .f f'f. ts... 5 Wig! . KVM I -.--f 1 'z ,'4jEq,1-'F . .ml l' lil -.41 . V! 1-2-.N 1 "1 lhliffii 1 X JV? . .,.' Y ,rf 'fi3fil'iQI' E 44, . ,fgwli 1111111511 . vgpyfli - W. 'TPI ' 1. l ,V . ,c. ,W M.: 1 1 E' , .X igj? lfg, , ,iv I .2-if ' X 51' fl. 1, ti. Xl 1, M. 1. -I L, Q 3 ., . lx.. ? .lyt- . 4.11 . , ill, lf H ,ijt 1 C, I V 11, ,N XII .,,,:,1r . ,f !,,' lash .1- IYINSW 1 5 xy? vi-f:I1iz: Z il ' IQ 15.5 f.-UM' illifffl L gif WC? 177-.1 .. I , . . . I?" urgi- linlgf 3 I-1 , l1'ff1f"l5 .Ill , JY' , .QQI Utd 11 6 digg, 11. ty- 'lg ng: . , . HUGH CRAIG ANDERSON, JR. db K XII 5812 Northumberland St., Pittsburgh, P11. COLLEGE Hill School, Tome School. Freshman Baseball Squad C153 Glee Club C15 C253 Mask and Wig Club C35 C45. R. WILSON ANDERSON 3327 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. VV!-IARTON Friends, Ccmral School. Musical Clubg Symphony Orchestra. PHILIP KARL ANTHONY A db E, B T E "Phil" 810 E. Denny Way, Seattle, Wash. WHARTON Germantown High School. Editorial Spoon "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C453 Endowment Committee C253 Chris1ian Association Drive Com- mittee C15 C25 C35 C455 Sophomore Honors. HENRY GEORGE AREMANN A E fb "Hank" Wisner Ave., Middletown, N. Y. WHARTON Middletown High School. ELIVIER CLAIRE ARMSTRONG A E fb flATmy7! 2670 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Shreveport CLa.5 High School. Baseball C15 C25 C35 C45g Sphinx Senior Societyg Varsity Clubq Manager of Wrestling C45. ISADORE WILLIAM ARONSOHN B E P ccRumpvx uBuCkyu 376 E. 32d St., Paterson, N. J. WHARTON Paterson High School. Endowment Drive Committee, Le Cerclt- Francais. LANE COOK ASH CIP I' A, K 111 K lKLanell 828 Wynnewood Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION West Philadelphia High School. Track Team C155 Ice Hockey Team C153 Travel Bureau, Education Club. CARL ASPLUNDH ..BuS,, Bryn Athyn, Pa. XNI-IARTON Bryn Athyn Academy. 61 RICHARD G. L. AYER Il? E A 200 St. hlarlfs Sq., Philaclelphia, Pa. COLLEGE FRANCIS BACCARI 74.2 S. W'arnoclc St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. Circolo Italiano, Treasurer C351 Le Cercle Francais. ROBERT CECIL BAKER E-N KFBOIDQ2 Everett, Pa. WHARTON Juniata Academy. Sphinx Senior Societyg Manager -Crew C4.5g Associate Editor H1927 Record", Penniman Bowl Committee. JOHN BEATTIE BARBOUR 9 E "Johnny" Shippensburg, Pa. WHARTON Shippensburg High School. CHARLES EDWIN BARNARD fb E K "Charlie" Elm St., Elkins, W. Va. WHARTON Elkins High School. HOWARD LINCOLN BARNETT, JR. H K N "Barney" 5332 Lena St., Philadelphia, Pa. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Germantown High School. Scabbard and Bladeg Secretary Engi- neering Assoeiation C453 Lions Engineering Societyg "Men About Towne" Club, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Engi- neer's Show C35 C45. HAROLD DOUGLAS BARNSHAW A E fb, CP B K "Barney" "Doug" 327 N. 13th St., Camden, N. J. COLLEGE Wooclstown High School. Cross Country Team CI5 C355 Track Team C15 C25 C35 C455 Editorial Spoon "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C453 Varsity Club. JOSEPH MILTON BARR fb A 9 lljoei! 206 3d Ave., Joliet, Ill. 'WHARTON Sphinx Senior Society, Assistant Manager Track C35, Associate Manager C459 Mana er Cross Country C453 Toastmaster Sophomore Banquet, Steering Committee Sophomore. Promg Sophomore Vigi- lance Committee, Steering Committee Junior Week, lnterfraternity Ball Committee. --11 62 IE-- .X C-. pg C5' I 4. 1 'uw-I.. C J. - -"x L v-ZQ .1-51 ,ITM . N X I ,I I fy WN -QI li N5 'fix . ,E , Q, If .4 vw illlll: xl ',1-:Alf .I,., It . I fi , ,Ca . I, K I., 'Pix 1 , TIC . V. Q gill . ff .,x,. ,M ffgrllllzgv Il l 1 505 im' 'wr .4 .Q I I' . IC M4 mx, I '. I . ,,. --x I low .,-I: I 11 'civil , ,jxz L wi .RH "W , f,' f,...1 V . , rl V, ffm I iw ,Qrvfy HG .1 'Cl F . , I, , ,ly Il? 2 . ,I Q. ,Lg , Y, il 'il S-sv. ' of -!v. .11 xv I 'ill . ,., ,. go I 2:1 'Fvef' nfg. '.i ly, ll! J C- , -If K., .CC I I ll llilf' 'kllffw I ly ICC Y.. .f., .ya II: .1 , I I I .1 fqfs -,. xr I HOWARD WESLEY BASORE KID K X ..HOwdy,, 3103 Parkwoocl Ave., Toledo, Ohio. WHARTON SYLVESTER CARUSO BATTAGLIA A fb A "Bat" 601 4th Ave., Troy, N. Y. WHARTON Lonsingburgh High School. VIRGIL CHESTER BAURHYTE 23 VVilliam St., Catskill, N. Y. WHARTON Catskill High School. NVILLIAM PAUL BAXTER E fb E 1331 VVest St., Wilmington, Del. WHARTON ARTHUR WILLIAM BEAN A LID Z WAT!!! Washington Square, Norristown, Pa. WHARTON Norristown High School. Christian Association Cabinet 1434 Scales Society C33 C455 Glee Club C21 C35 141. FRANK BEAR 22 Aclsit Place, Hornell, N. Y. WHARTON Hornell High School. EDWIN ISAAC BECKER, JR. T K B fFEd3I 6lEdd-lei! 5524. Wayne Ave., Germantown, Pa. VV HARTON Germantown Academy. Wharton School Football Team C25 QQ. HENRY ABRAHAM BELAFSKY "Hank" 207 Nlaclison Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J. COLLEGE Perth Amboy High School. --11 63 In-A HILDING ARVID BENGS fb A E, CID B K "Frankl' "Bing-Bingn Smethport, Pa. ' COLLEGE Smethport High School. Sophomore Honorsg Philomathean So- ciety C21, Scriba C31 C415 NVilliam Pepper Medical Society. CHARLES SUMNER BENTLEY, JR. "Charley" A X A, B 1' E 133 E. South St., Corry, Pa. . XKVHARTON Corry High School. Editorial Board "Red and Blue" C31 C415 Editor "Christian Association News"5 Chairman Junior Smoker C315 Student Advisory 'Committee C415 Senior Advisor C415 President Christian Association C415 Social Service Committee C315 Team Captain Memorial Hall Campaign C315 Glee Club C21 C31 C415 Scales Society C31 C415 Chairman, Honor Awards Committee C41. ARTHUR ABRAHAM BERENBAUM 1603 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Russian Gymnasia. EDWARD ALBERT BERG A E fb "Eddie" 33 Depew Ave., Dover, N. J. ARCHITECTURE Dover High School'. Art Associate H1927 Record"5 Dues Committee C415 Rally Committee C41. NELSON RICHARD BERNSTEIN E A M "Rickie" 280 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. - WHARTON High School ol Commerce. Wrestling Squad C11 C21 C31 C415 Gym Squad C11 C21 C31 C41- JOHN WINDRIM BIERNBAUM . I32I Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Football Squad C115 Swimming Squad C21 C31 C41. ARTHUR CECIL BINING A G X, K 111 K IO3I Main St., Woodlawn, Pa. EDUCATION Llanelly Hi h School, Llanelly, S. E., Great Britain. Education Clubg Theodlelphian Society. ALVIN GEORGE BINKLEY CID K T KGAFY Wernersville, Pa. WHARTON Wernersville High School. Editorial Associate H1927 Recordng Christian Association Cabinet5 Sophomore Endowment Committee Junior Cane Committeeg Christian Association Memorial Hall Drive C31, Blazer Committee C415 Class Historian C415 International Students' House Committee C415 Berks County Club C21 C31 C41. -'QI 64 In-A HARRY CHARLES BIXLER ..Bix,, 128 Main St., Newton, N. J. WHARTON Blair Academy. NORMAN HARRY BLANKENBILLER "Norm" "Blanky,' 1334 Delaware Avenue, Wyoinissing, Pa. V571-IARTON grilirgylkill Preparatory School. Prom Committee C355 Berks County MAX BLOCK "Mac" "Muggs,' 77 Walnut St., Montclair, N. J. COLLEGE Montclair I-Iigh School. Intra-Mural Football C25 C35 C45. MORTON BOOKLER .fM0rt,, 1.B00k,, HC-ap., 6027 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE CA. 8: S.5 Fencing Team C25 C35, Captain C45g Fifth Place Intercollegiate Fencing Championships C35, Le Cercle Francais C15 C25 C35 C453 Spanish Club C15 C25 C35 C45g Der Deutsche Verein C25 C35 C45. LYALI. VV. BOWEN CIP E K Cuba, N. Y. VVHARTON Buffalo Hutchinson Central High School. Track Team C15g Relay Team C155 Banquet Ticket Committee C255 Smoker Committee C355 Orchestra C15 C25, Instrumental Club C15g Band C15 C25 C35 C45. EDWARD WINSLOW BOWERS A E -fb ilEdDI 800 E. Mahoning St., Punxsutawney, Pa. WHARTON Bellcfontc Academy. MORRIS BRAILOVE HAII7 2865 N. 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WIIARTON Central I-Iigh School. CHRISTIAN H. BRANDT E H Harrisburg, Pa. WHARTON -'21 65 Ib-- HERMAN LEXVIS BRENNER E T CD "Henri" 5025 Wlalnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. W HARTON West Philadelphia High School. Junior Hhonorsg Taylor Society of Industrial Management C453 Menorah Society C25 C35 C45. SAMUEL BERNARD BRENNER iCSa1n27 lKBTen!l EAU 524, Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE La Salle College. Reserve Officers' Training Corps C15 C25. WINCHESTER BRITTON, JR. E Z a4:BTit:: 14, Cranford Ave., Cranford, N. J. WHARTON Cranford High School. Tennis Team CI5. B. PAUL BROIDA 1700 Market St., Parkersburg, W. Va. QIJETI VVHARTON Parkersburg High School. Vigilance Committeeg Business Board "The Pennsylvaniann Cr5 C25 C35 C453 Chairman Smoker Committee C153 Permanent Class Endowment Committeeg Chairman Endow- ment Committee C253 Chairman Banquet Committee C353 Moon- shiners' Clubg Chairman Ticket Committee Ivy Ball. ROMAN ALEXANDER BROWINSKI KGBTOSY llROme7l 807 Highland Ave., Carrollton, Ky. WHARTON Carrollton High School. Freshman Vocational Guidance Committee, Secretary C353 Memorial Fund Campaign Committee C353 Kentucky Club Cr5 C25. HARRIS FORBINDER BROWN A Z in "Brownie" "Fosty" 58 Highland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Hutchinson High School. Nichols Preparatory School. ISIDORE BROWN ICIS7! 4,800 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. Cane Committee C353 Le Cercle Francais. .IANNA PAUL BROWN K E Crown Point, Ind. WHARTON --:II 66 It-' I 04 .:..7av..:f3.33,,-.p.as 1,-':1:a1-.31 ., I- ' " .E'2:'2:1':If5IfE IIE1Ei2?5if5'5I:5E:i':" "2:'E1:Z'x"'. ' .... rs . 5 I I C, M.a.a.W,., ,, ,g . . , . -Q. . ., w e ..,. .I 1 IF: I 5 I- . " 'NT -C. fb . farm Iva' Ei.. ., ...,.4..f , ,s , , 'fit-w,.:,. ,,. ,:..- P' sf- gg.. Q., , , .guj we a.:.w,,, M.. an ,,.....,af3,..- ...V . ,. ,Q ..,.:w..y...-Ti.. .. ,MIC I I 7 1 3 I I I .I, I.,I lv. XX , ,Af M It '- I U .I Ig . I I1 ,II :,I.I .ICA ,Ix.lL5. II fi.: ao --.I " Ii, X II, IQIQI' Clif-. f ,JFII If If-If fi IM CII, I' wIf.- Ig. 'I I . ,Q If ,I . III I, VI, II i, fi. A UQ. fl .IV . II l,5'l Q IC ,. ily' fill: I I' , --I I. Www If 79592 ,I 7.3, fy .U , ,I .X ,,VV X 'f ' .'I:. 'YI I- .VI 1. NI ' 3 , IH 'II . 'JI I I. .I ,ml II Ifff. .17 'IL r-,rf I' . If Iii If If, ll lg? . .V If .W f l,. 'ffl I 3 I, P1 A ,Il Y .L-,IV .II N331 'FI 'f If, IH., C74 III? ' I ,I -.lui A.. Eli. ICI Iv .XJ- I If! 3 F , I ii - If., , I,' ,,-I II .V .i.i. -J I .. x' I Il .W II V.. I III V I, -ff 13. ,I 1.1- 1 I I Lag? YQ l . 1 MORLYN LEROY BROWN 9 .E ..Bud,, Buffalo, N. Y. XVHARTON South High School, Youngstown, Ohio. Golf Team C25 C35g Mask and Wig Show C455 Instrumental Club C15 C25g Band C15 C25, Symphony Orchestra C15 C25. Left College in 1924. HAROLD EDIWUND BROBECK Lcft college in 1924. BEAUMONT SCHRADER BRUESTLE 44.90 Richmond St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. ".lunto" C25 C35 C453 Philomathean Society. CHARLES STUART BRYDON B 9 II KlSluS7 803 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Lafayette High School, Buffalo, N. Y. Junior Varsity Football Team C255 Varsity Football Team C35 C45. ARNOLD GANS BUCHSBAUlW Z B T llBuxie7! Clzipii 202 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. VVHARTON Columbia Grammar School. Freshman Crew Squad C151 Cross Country Squad C25g Associate Editor ulQ27 Record'g Penniman Bowl Committee C25, Assistant Manager Boxing C35, Associate Manager C45. EDWARD LEONARD BUCKLEY, JR. E N, QI? K B 116 Fort Pleasant Ave., Springfield, Nlass. WHARTON Central High School. Editorial Board "The Pennsylvaniann C15 C25 C35 C455 Class Historian C15g Vigilance Committee C253 Spring- Helcl Club, Assistant Manager Soccer Team C355 Secretary-Treas- urer Interfraternity Council C353 Leave of Absence in 1926. Rc- turned in 1927. CLARENCE ADDISON BUELL I A T S2 CKAdd7! 7145 Theodore St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West: Philadelphia High School. Cross Country Team C15 C25 C355 Track Team C15 C25. LEWIS VERNE BULLIS ..Lew,, 4.78 66th Ave., Milwaukee, Wise. VVHARTON South Dakota High School, Milwaukee, Wise. Scabbard and Blade Csl. Captain C45- HENRY BURKE "Hanlc,' 323 Taylor Ave., Scranton, Pa. W HARTON Central High School, Scranton, Pa. Lackawanna County Club. BENJAMIN F. BURTON Frederica, Del. COLLEGE ROBERT LANGSDALE BUSWELL A E fb KiBOb!I lKBuZz7! Main St., Lumberton, N. J. WHARTON William Penn Charter School. Soccer Team C155 Junior Varsity C25 C35, Varsity C455 Varsity Cricket Team C159 Freshman Baseball Squad, Picture Committee C15g Spanish Club C155 Varsity Club, Mask and Wig Dancing Chorus C45. JOHN A. BUTTERWORTH fb A 9 ".f0lmnie" 7434 Boyer St., Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Mask and Wig Club C35 C45g Tennis Squad C155 Mask and Wig Show C35 C45. JOHN GARRETT BUTZ "J'oe,' 735 N. 41st St., Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE-CHEMISTRY West Philadelphia High School. Sophomore Football Team C255 Priestley Club. LEWIS WILLIAM BUTZ A X E, T B H ..Lew,, 425 S. 68th St., Cardington, Pa. ' CHEMISTRY Northeast High School. Priestley chemical Club, Priestley Chemi- cal Club Show C25 C35. CLIFFORD H. BUX 2 qi E His-izz" 1212 Melrose Ave., Melrose Park, Pa. ' WHARTON Northeast High School. Northeast High School Club. DAVID GREENSTEIN CADES A E II, Z E S2 GlDave7l 114 S. New Jersey Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. WHARTON Tallulah CLa.5 High Schoolg Monroe CLa.5 High School. A-4 68 ia- 1 x 4-'X .1 V, la.- -x M, I - - K: x A' I V. -i fx: tibgl in aff, ' It I I QNX lx ay 1 gig. 1,-'-lynx ,ji 1 ..,. IZ, lffl C1451 5.-, no , px - fx H,-yfllg A 4, "os , ,ffl Q53 7121 3 lylz' , V-I " lv. 1' ll 6xQ,!l 'I . ll. fly' f' VJ .V 'V . ,'ll5l3fE1f 'HCI J. ln' :'qFflf'x IV' 5' . , ' I ,C f, it Q35 fl ICQ? il!! ifillzii Q1e!,.,ll,i iiiilfhf' 1' -.li 3655: I I Us -ACL eg' L I 'A,.I?l!1'fxf, 5 Will ll--1 .-5:4 I 1 , vfpf' 1245523351 f ' 5 7 yi fy ff x f , -' lx 4-. 1... Ll fx is-'Q ,..,,..1q 1 ll i JJ. ' av, . . 1. .Ja gf il' I ll ,-.. L,- wig sf If-.5 MFI' .1 ?W2i'Af',.f3,, PIL -4 tw mfr-- IK W '- fi .Ta may 1 ROBERT LEE CALLAHAN Baltimore, IWCI. FRANK JOSEPH CAMPBELL 26 XV. Upsal St., Philadelphia, Pa SOLIS STANFORD CANTOR HSOZH A X A WHARTON WHARTON E 'I' CIP 1727 VV. 68th Ave., Oak Lane, Pa, WHARTON Northeast High School. Soccer Team CID, Third Varsity C25 42,53 Northeast Club. ARTHUR LAWRENCE CAPLAN Portland, Maine FRANK SILVERIUS CAPRIO "Kap" "Lightning" 217 Lake St., Newark, N. J. Burringcr High School. Circolo Italianog Art WILLIAM LEONARD CARNS ..Len,, KP A E COLLEGE COLLEGE s Association. HKN 1134 S. 56th St., Philadelphia, Pa. IVIOORE ELECTRICAL West Philadelphia ,High School. ,Vice-President American Insti- tute Electrical Engineers Q03 Engmeers' Show C4J. GEORGE H IRAM CARPENTER ilCaTp77 110 E. Henry St., Elmira, N. Y. Elmira Free Academy. JAMES S. CATERSON go ..Jim,, E Z WHARTON 2226 S. 7OlZI1 St., Philadelphia, Pa. West Philzxtlclphia High School. VV I-IARTO N SIDNEY RICHARD CATSIFF E T Q "Sid" "S. R. C." 5707 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. XVHARTON Central High School. Junior Varsity Football Team C23 C333 Moore School Football C23 C333 Representative to Engineering Council C133 Cane Committee C333 Picture Committee C333 Prom Ticket Committee C333 Ivy Ball Favor Committee C433 Ivy Ball Ticket Committee C433 lvlemorial Hall Fund Ccmmittee C333 American Institute Electrical Engineering. THOMAS ARTHUR CAWTHRA E X lCTomI7 21 S. State St., DuBois, Pa. W HARTON DuBois High School. RICHARD STEPHENS CHAPMAN B 9 1'I 2016 Edgewood Drive, South Pasadena, Calif. WHARTON San Diego Army and Navy Academy. GEORGE GLENDENNON CHARNEY 112 A 1432 Bryant Ave., New York, N. Y. WHARTON Morris High School. Debating Team C333 Endowment Committee C23- EUGENE J. CHAYFITZ UG-enesr I25 S. 60th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. - VV. HAILE CHISHOLM A II E Garrett Park, Md. WHARTON Central High School, Washington, D. C. Capital City Club, Re- serve Ofhcers' Training Corps. JOSHUA ALLEN CHRISTIAN 9 X, E T "Jack" 2041 W. Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa. - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING William Penn Charter School. "Pennsylvania Triangle" C33 C43 Whitney Engineering Society C13 C233 American Society of Me- chanical Engineers C33, President C433 Lions Engineering Society C33, President C433 "Men About Towne" Club C33, Secretary C433 Engineers'AShow C23 C33 C433 University Band C23 C33 C435 Hexagon Senior Society. ROBERT JOHN CIPCER E 112 E KCBOIJYY KCCipY, 324 Fairview Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. VVHARTON Bridgeport High School.. "Punch Bowl" C33 C433 Vigilance Com- mittee C23g Prom Committee C233 Fire Feast Committee3 Endow- ment Fund Committee. 4-QI 70 Ik-- I I 'I V Ig ' V ,I . I IF, I .V ,QIIY-II. wi I , . II -rl 12, I I ' W 1 I I 5' I , . I -If, I III I 3 Spf CI if-gi:-I I III .CII ,KAEXAKI , I PI, 1 35131121 fl'IlIQ', I I all- II!-,I ll: .I IVIII ., I tl 1l,'JiI,If. I Noll ' -all. IIIIQII IRI I VCI IIIINIIII I 'xg QQI I ...II I.,-- I Ii, If.-,ff I W ',-I IQ- ,IC IQ. I Aol IIN Iii I IU .Q tx l :ig 'I 3. ..I I 3 'IW 3. QI., ,Ifz,..o I Cl , , ,'ST'i1If 1, u N . In II:.I,,"q, ,IMI Itifp I I LI IIICWQII I'LI,3lF' . JI, X -jf. ICQ IZZII I ,CI I 1.. IJFIII. I 'Ul,rQ"" I I' ' 3 J "'fIf I ,IA il Ig I'Iii.X,l- I Ill "ll71'iI 'Ii '- -.x-II, II 'Z' CI, I II 'fl'flW3b 4 'l,. W ull 'III ,.w , iii 'IW' 1. 1-,sr 1 WV : . fl I fr rpf ,W Nil! L 5211 ' ,jig s L,,1,:,- I fi? ,I I Me- I fllwll ll I . x 'fi-1 ,1- 'FwQf, ' l v'.l,Vlrf1,, Cllpiflu- Q , 1 3 v 1-ll,-1 'X L, 'jd ' ,,1"' . lhlf 3-4 l Ill ' as uf I . , -N .D I , ll.: .j31k.. 1 MF' ,1,. 3, Ll, .,H, Vff - fly' .fl I 143, J, I I lllfjw W . , -'ilii-1 L I 41. HU . lf! Half v Jr , lf' ' MV Yflll .Q 4 'af' . ,I , xxl-W -pf mill, , All T., 113, , , ljm, ,I ,Will -, ,fha 153111: Vg, , r, , QW' 155 .C I A" 1 fflgll N fllfwlq ' Rgfwge-1, l- 1 I, J .nip 12,1 ljfiflw .JN all .4 , 'IOC 1 Ihr., 23319 . If I lf rl .J fn, 4 irfnll , ,, ,, Hg W . l E. 1 ,, I 1 'ffl l pp, , , 3 ' All? f I ww' r--rr A ., 0 :Ci ' ul- ? 1, N , ll' 5 lv I :E gil ,A fz . '-,w1?,1. 1Cl.X1! ,, 13.31, -,,, N ' x I 1 I I I l l I . . 'Y If ,Q 7' ,- vu' I l -a. I x I ::-el-- .sr I GEORGE CLIFTON CLARK 4908 Knox St., Germantown, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Germantown High School. Glee Club C33 C435 Lions Engineering Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. KENNETH RUSSELL CLARK 4.500 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON "The Rennsylvanian'-' Business Board C23 C33 C433 Business Manager Pictorial C43g Franklin Society. TRUESDALE CLARKE K A "Bill" QI Wellington Ave., Rochester, N. Y. , COLLEGE Collegiate School. Fencing Team C23 C33 C43. EDWARD LYMAN COFFEY A T llEd!3 50 Main St., Mill Hall, Pa. W1-IARTON Loclc Haven High School. Football Team C13, Junior Varsity C23 C33 C433 Track Team CIJQ Cane Committee C33g Lacrosse Team C4-3. HAROLD COHEN 3128 Broadway, Kansas City, lvlo. WHAR'fON Northeast High School. BERNARD NORMAN E. COHN "Bernie" 331 E. Penn St., Butler, Pa. COLLEGE Butler High School. Manager University Symphony Orchestra. HAROLD CLARK COLBORN qi K T "Coley', "Coalbin" 51 1 Wynne Ave., Penlield, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Tennis Team C13 C23 C33 C43, Captain C13g Squash Team C33 C433 Individual Tennis Champion- ship C23 CSJQ Individual Squash Championship C23g Prom Ticket Committee C33, Glee Club C33g Graduated in February, 1927. WILLIAM FRANCIS COLBURN "Bill" 51 S. Manning Blvd., Albany, N. Y. VVHARTON Christian Brothers Academy. Newman Club C23 C33. -sl 71 Ia.. L 1 PAUL BIERY CRAWFORD K E Hartville, Ohio XVHARTON BENJAMIN COOPERMAN Camden, N. .I. COLLEGE ALFRED T. CRAIG GK-AZ!! iicraigieii 4051 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Harrisburg Technical High School. Christian Association Fund Committee Czlg Spanish Club CQ. WILLIAM JOHN COX, JR. 9 X McKeesport, Pa. WHARTON CHARLES J. COX "Conde" 1014. Strong St., Schenectady, N. Y. WHARTON Schenectady High School. FREDERICK HAFELE CRAWFORD Z 11' "Fred" ' Ernlenton, Pa. WHARTON Emlenton High School. Barge Medal Crew C353 St. Paul's Cup Crew C3j. CHARLES D. COLLINS "Charlie" "Jiffy" Sanger Ave., Waterville, N. Y. - WHARTON Waterville High School. Band C25 C35 143. Transfer from St. Law- rence University. DAVID BRUCE CREW K A csDaven 45th and Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON William Penn Charter School. Prom Committee Czjg Band CID C33 C45- --21 72 Ib-- .X 71 I. 4. ,. 3 1 I xt.. 4 R. . Fxcjlflll , -. - , Z .NK , MQW RQ! ljllff 'Q l, Qi I iflhzi ' . llrkxjx. 5 QW 5971 V :MJ lj iifti 'RTV-l 4 'I lQ4:WW'.l 1' .W . willy ,air V, g ' ffl. E Jew I , Xfrfll f JE, l ACES" 51511 ,lf"1l'l W: 1 31.1 5 5 Q7 I hi I trellis 1 ZX llil- H ,dx ' ,fd .1 fflllhifli 1. fiihjlg l i if . iii li '. Oil ' f. ff 1' ,I sY,V'liEwl I A I I 14? A! llllilifw I . RH . I 3 'W 1 ,--I 1 'CPC' ,lx if, f- I .17 , I -' 'Q K . E f lg 5 .cgi 71. 1 J'-lzjillpff' ' I .VH 1 'fliilifx-fi l I z ii. 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Cf my 551 C5911 575-l'1.5 'I 1 llxxi J ?:,1'Qfl,f11 11, 1 -1 -1- '1 1' 1 .1 11. -H 11 1 . 1 1 1 1.. 11 1. 1- 1 1' .. 1 1V 1 X 1 M, N1 ,, ,N 11 ,4- Y NE: , W 11 111- -1 4:-, 1 l 1 X' M 1 V M ,C ,. , FREDERICK D. CRUM A X A "Uncle Walt" River Edge, N. J. WHAR1-oN Collegiate School, N. Y. Football Team C13. RALPH EDWARD CULBERTSON KKCully!7 112 Hillcrest Apts., Salt Lake City, Utah WHARTON East High School. NATHAN JOSEPH CUDEN 1538 Ruscomb St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Germantown High School. College Football Team C433 Education Club .C13 C23 C33 C435 Chess Club f43Q Jewish Students' House Association. VV. LAWRENCE CURRY 842 S. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Glee Clubg Philomathean Society . WITHEAT THOMPSON CUTLER A E -ir 3237 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Cross Country Team C13g 150-lb. Crew C23 C335 Minor Sport Champion "P" C235 Prom Committee C339 Varsity Club. GEORGE M. DARE "Dick" Pearl St., Bridgeton, N. J. WHARTON Briclgeton High School. PAUL P. DAVENPORT 112 E K, 111 K B fKPudge77 619 Lafayette Ave., Trenton, N. J. WHARTON York Collegiate Institute. Sphinx Senior Society, Baseball Team C13 C23 C33 C433 Basketball Team C13 C23, Captain C33 C435 Varsity Clubg Christian Association Cabinet C43. MARION I. DAVIS Z B T 126 S. Hanover St., Lexington, Ky. WHARTON Lexington High School. --11 73A 11:1- MERRITT GAMBRILL DAVIS II K A "Dazg,1"' "Davel' 501 Concord St., DViln1ington, Del. DVHARTON Episcopal Academy, Overbrook, Pa. Freshman 150-lb. Crew QIDQ St. Paul's Cup Crew C1D, Fall Regatta Winner Q2Dg Episcopal Acad- emy Club CID: University Symphony Orchestra QIDQ Instrumental Club UD: Band Q2D 13D Q4D. CALVIN WELLS DAY E II KACQZYI 281 Huntington Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Hutchinson Central High School. WILLIAM LAWRENCE DE ANQUINOS A E fb "Bill" I004 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Alexander Hamilton High School. Football Team CID, Junior Varsity f3D C4Dg Lacrosse Team C1D Q2D C3D Q4Dg Freshman Coopera- tive Committeeg Class Historian CID. HOWARD ARTHUR DEER 9 A X "Precious" 72 Maple St., Hornell, N. Y. WHARTON St. .Iohn's Manlius Military Acaclemyg Hornell High School. PHILIP DECI-IERT A XII, fb K B llpbilw KKDeC!5 300 S. 41st St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE William Penn Charter School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Junior Varsity Soccer Team 12D C3Dg Manager Baseball Team C4Dg Presi- dent Arts Association C4D. WILLIAM DEHART E Z "Bill" 916 E. Main St., Reynolclsville, Pa. COLLEGE Reynolclsville High School. ARTHUR FRANCIS DILLEMUTH E X lIATt!7 lKDill!7 6732 Quincy St., Germantown, Pa. ' COLLEGE Germantown High School, -Princeton Preparatory Schoolg Tennis Team C1Dg Executive Committee Arts Association CID. HOWARD IRVING DILLINGHAM Z '11 E ssDilly1a Auburn, N. Y. WHARTON Auburn Academic High School. -11 74 12:-1 1 . .x, .M -011: , .D . l '1. 1.. , . C . 1. 1-Y Wulf I' I V :xlxkl . wlDfX1 M" I 1.. ll 1 l1. fill'-1. ,-N 1. L '. +1 , 1 ell - .M ,, QW. I 1, H lil!! ,. 'li . . -N. L l. :11 , 1lK'v.: -, . 11:1 1 .2 Fas ,111 .V 1 1-1. Ml, K1 D553 . lj. ..l'1 1li llf ,J 1' ll l1'C:111 . . ,. .lf I. ,. .L1 1-I 'X .. ,221-1 15511 ' 1 ll fa! 15: 1 Us ff 11, 1 'ci 'l W5 -. 1 -1 1'. 1-1 1 .1,. E, 11. l .ll , . ,UL V 117 l, Us? l -l 111 1 l 1 . 'J 1 119-'fi -111 .X1 91 '1 -:W 1 .Y 11-Q. Ill. , lllx .K .Nil AN llil 1111" .1 . rfzlll Q l111'1 f ig. -. 4- 11.111' . ., 211, -., . 11' 11"1 U21 .l . 1 ALAN RICHARD DIMELOW A X A HAI., Franklin Place, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. , WHARTON Wooclmcre High School. ORVILLE EBER DIMMICK ACACIA IOO8 Grandview St., Scranton, Pa. WHARTON Sirxtnton Central High School. C-lee Club C455 Lackawanna County Ll . VICTOR JOSEPH DI NUBILE KiViC73 719 Fitzwater St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON South Philadelphia High School. Newman Clubg Circolo Italiano. CHARLES SCHUYLER DOERR A E CID, T B II 532 S. 49th St., Philadelphia, Pa. CIVIL ENGINEERING West Philadelphia High School. Civil Engineering Society. ROBERT NEWMAN DRAKE llB0b77 CCDut:k!7 Greendell, N. J. WHARTON Newton High School. FREDERICK4 EDWARD DRECHSLER Broad Brook, Conn. WHARTON ALBERT RUSSEL DREISBACH A X P HAZ!! 65 Lockhart St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. COLLEGE Wilkes-Barre High School. Luzerne County Club. EDWARD ANTHONY DRISCOLL G E 44Redi7 336 Chestnut St., Springfield, Nlass. WIIARTON High School of Commerce. Business Board, H1027 Recorcl"g Prom Committee, C231 Christian Association Drive Committee C335 Chair- man ollunior Prom Ticket Committee C3lQ Endowment Fund Drive Bursar C235 President Springheld Club C35 C453 Newman Club: Treasurer Undergraduate Council C453 Debating Team CID Czjg Ivy Orator. 75 It-I EDSON DEMAREE DRONBERCIER E X "IWolce7IU 'KEd,' Terre Haute, Ind. - NVHARTON Sewanee Military Academy, Sewanee, Tenn. Sphinx Senior So- cietyg GolFTeam CIDQ Cooperative Committee CID, Banquet Com- mittee C2Dg General Chairman Junior Prom Committee C3Dg Inter- fratcrnity Ball Committee C3Dg Rally Committee C4Dg Hoosier Club CID C2D C3D C4Dg Assistant Manager Track Team C3D, Manager C4D. FRANK J. DUANE lil E A i'Frank" 5427 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. ARCHITECTURE West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Architectural Societyg Newman Club. CLIFFORD FREDERICK DUNCAN A T llpalii 246 Thomas St., West Haven, Conn. EDUCATION Sulheld Preparatory School. Football Team, Captain CID, Varsity C2D C3D C4.Dg Junior Varsity Basketball C2D C3D. LEO I. DUSHOFF uLeess ccDuStysv 2648 S. Darien St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION South Philadelphia High School. Track Team CID, Education Clubg Jewish Students, House Association, Menorah Society. GLENN SCHRIER ERDENBERGER A E CII Mansfield, Ohio , WI-IARTON WILLIAM HENRY ERB C12 A E i6Bill77 llDu!Cb!! CKE.,-bl!!! Sassarnansville, Pa. COLLEGE Boyertown High School. Sophomore Honors, Berks County Clubg Der Deutsche Verein. JOHN WILLIAM ENGLE uljackn Meyersdale, Pa. ' VVHARTON Meycrsdale High School. Junior Prom Ticket Committee C3Dg Musical Club C2D C3Dg University Band CID C2D C3D C4D. ALBERT ROBERT EMANUEL zaBeTtas 232 hflifflin St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High Schoolg South Philadelphia High School. Spanish Club CID C2D C3D C4Dg Spanish Plays CLZD C3D3 Forum Circolo Italiano Tripod Club C4.D. --QI 76 II:- J 14 K MI af :1'Z::II'-4::Jv:-75:9:7:55:3::3F:5.1i:.5'527:'.2'f:?!5:37:sfm33'1:T5:!:Ji 5:9E:'S'7:1:F:'11l I1'I III: '.! II I?" IJ ' E EIEI II 'J I' :I I I IE' If III isazrs.-1--11.1-:aI:-I .:5" Ifre -:Ig III, II-IIIII :IIII'I:I2IIl III Ildi i ss:-.aII:1::-':?.':-I ,.I.Iz':V - .. .rw -:III Ir.. II II I .II I II II, I liillii . If 15:1 I I :II III QIIIII . . :iw F. III III I 'I I III ISI I . 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WHAR1-oN Albany Academy5 Albany High School. Sophomore Prom Com- mittee C251 C-lee Club C155 Undergraduate Mask and Wig Club5 Mask and Wig Show C35 C45. RICHARD KEYSAR EINSTEIN Z B T "Dick" 2206 Francis St., St. Joseph, Mo. WHARTON Central High School. Wrestling Team C15, Penniman Bowl Con- tests C155 Photographic Editor, H1927 Record"5 Vigilance Com- mitteeg Banquet Committee C155 Junior Prom Committee C355 Endowment Committee C355 Sophomore Prom Committee CZ5. MATTHEW BENJAMIN EHRLICH c'Matty', A E IT, 2 XII A Crescent City, Fla. ARCHITECTURE Swainsboro High Schoolg Syracuse University C15 C25. RAYMOND STANLEY EDELSTEIN Allentown, Pa. ' ' WHARTON A. RHEINSTROM ECKMANN T A CIP lKECk2, N. Park St., Gouverneur, N. Y. WHARTON Dean High School. Cane Committee C355 Assistant Manager La Crosse Team C35, Associate Manager C45. RALPH BULMAN EATON A E 111, IIS K B ..Ralpb,, 96 Livingston St., Buffalo, N. Y. Q WHARTON Lafayette High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Editorial Board, "The Pennsylvaniann C15 C25 C35 C455 President Junior Class5 Chair- man Sophomore Banquetg Vice-President Christian Association C455 Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity Council C455 Vigilance Com- mitteeg Kite and Key Chapter, Blue Key Society5 Assistant Mana- ger Football C35. HAROLD NT. FARON E X 22 Jefferson Place, Hempstead, N. Y. WHARTON Hempstead High School. ANDREW FATULA 1.Andy,, ..Fat,, 724 Furnace St., Evans, Pa. VVHARTON Emaus High School. Wrestling Team C15 C25 C35 C455 Lehigh Valley Clubg Spanish Club. --511 77 HENRY MORTON FEDER 111 E H "Hen,' 579 Linden Ave., Yorl-1, Pa. YVHARTON York High School. Associate Editor HIQZY Record." HENRY OTTO FELDMAN T K B "I-lanky' 1911 Erie Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown Academy. ROSCOE LEONARD FESLER "Ros" "Fes" Stamford, Conn. WHARTON ALBERT JOSEPH FIELD UAV, 793 Central Parkway, Schenectady, N. Y. WHARTON Schenectady High School. "Red and Blue" C35 C435 Endowment Dr1ve'Comm1ttee C215 P1cture Committee C155 Dormitory Repre- sentative C4,j. JOSEPH FINE SC.-j'0e77 18 Florence Park, Stamford, Conn. COLLEGE Stamford High School. Vice-President Stamford High School Club C45. LEONARD FINKELSTEIN "Fink" "Pbynque" 139 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville, Fla. WHARTON cggniversity Symphony Orchestra C13 Czj C335 NATHAN NORMAN FINKLE A E II Trenton, N. J. COLLEGE JOSEPH FIRST 55.10677 5651 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Varsity Debating Team C3J C454 Endowment Committee C215 Junior Week Committee C333 Sopho- more Honors5 Member Avukah Societyg President Menorah Society C4J. '-:JI 78 Ib-- ,X X -' HORACE FLETCHER, JR. A X E "Fletch" 3430 Crawford St., East Falls, Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY-TowNE SCIENTIFIC Sci-loot Germantown High School. Alembic Chemical Societyg President Priestley Chemical Societyg Lions' Engineering Society. HENRY REEVES FISHER UI-lent, 920 Lindley Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' WHARTON Northeast High School. Northeast High School Clubg Menorah Society. ANDREVV MORGAN FLEMING lfAndy77 225 Fairview St., Pottsville, Pa. WHARTON Pottsville High School. CHARLES HOWARD FLEISHMAN CID E II Vermont Apts., Atlantic City, N. J. WHARTON Atlantic City High School. JOHN ARCHIBALD FITZ-PATRICK "Jack" "Fitz', 1505 Cleveland Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. WHARTON Niagara University Preparatory School. Newman Club. SAMUEL CROZIER FLEMING Z N 405 E. Ridley Ave., Ridley Park, Pa. WHARTON Ridley Park High School. Friars Senior Societyg "The Pennsyl- vanian" CID C21 f3J, News Editor QQ, Chairman Sophomore Picture Committee C233 Junior Banquet Committee Q3Dg Christian Asso- ciegtion Cabinet C4jg General Chairman Christian Association Drive 4 . ALVIN BAUMAN FISHER CID E H Bellefontaine, Ohio. WHARTON "Punch Bowl" fzj C33 C4D. EDWARD JAMES FOLEY A E fb CfEd73 Q0 Newton St., Hartford, Conn. WHARTON Hartford High School. 79 GEORGE ARTHUR FOLEY 441 Haddon Ave., Camden, N. J. W HARTON Camden High School, RICHARD CORBIN FORD CP K XII "Dick" New Harmony, Ind. V WHARTON The Tome School. Freshman Football Team. EUGENE FREDERICK FOSTER "Gene', "Shorty" "Snapper" 654. Chestnut St., Coatesville, Pa. WHARTON Downingtown High School. SAMUEL HARRIS FRATKIN "Frat" 3125 Wharton St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION South Philadelphia High School. Menorah Societyg Jewish Stu- dents' Association. BENJAMIN WEST FRAZIER, JR. A X11 Philadelphia, Pa. A COLLEGE THOMAS EMMET FREEMAN 9 A X "Buck" Tolles Square, Naugatuck, Conn. WHARTON Irving Preparatory School, Tarrytown, N. Y. Friars Senior So- cictyg Substitute Football Team CID, Varsity C35 C42 Class Vice- President C4jg Varsity Club. WILLIAM B. FREEMAN ..Bub,, QIJEII 46 Mallery Place, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. WHARTON Wyoming Seminary. Sophomore Prom Committeeg Endowment Fund Committee Qzjg Band Q15 C25 13D IQ. SYLVAN FREUND Klsylil llsidii KN 300 W. 108th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON Far Rockavyay High School. Business Spoon "Punch Bowl" 12D C3D, C453 Executive Committee Clbg Arts Association CID. 11.1 L :zzz ' ..::: 3 5, V ,-, --:AI 80 Ib-- , ...EI ... -1 . I 'I ' ' ,tw Nr x I vt w 3H' rays S sys, fag, 5 Wxw .pr Q wa Q f' ij? Qbgkeffp ,K ff 'Sy f 535 -V ai J? 3 go Vie? K f- .,., :ma-fwh,.'w0T -r ' NN :--S:31:i:S'57E-5:35:51-4E23-5593522353'?FJ5i':"', "IQ 4 ' ' - I ii' 1.s::.s.::.:-:-1-Hs:1-:.::':f::::.::: i.'11.-.f- . e at 5:1 re-mamzz-:s.I-iff.: . . 4-ar., lwksf 1 . - 132.11-5'f:f:1. -. .'fi9' 2'Q' i ' I1.-EF:iiidfrri:2:-:E:f:l:b5-E:gSi:5:f5:, ,f , 5-5 "tix .' -iff, '. . saw:-::f:fi5:e:51:gQ5:5:: :wif . . 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I I ,, 2 I l.sfiylfx g Y 1 'W' ll ' Lififiiiii ,JI 5 .1U1i.x U52 1 'zlff . . : T ' 'T' iNl1":31 2115 -Xi '1 F 191' 1,1 x11 1 ill 1 1 ',11:if: H . 1' 1 1 1 1 1 l 911111101 .1 1 1 ,D:x1b'.'1 -1QC11'f1wi1'ff ,H 1 15111.11 1 ff, 1 :C Q F 1 1:13 1 iff' 7 1 , 1 1 --,1,- 111 1 ' ii-11 i N lfli ,i ':afM1,"'1! 1 N 1-xl' -1 1 1,2 ,V1 l '. .,,lQl1L, 1 -,lt 'l iI4'mi1A . 'ix ffl: 1" 1 --li . . , 1 W ill 1 11 15 Ll 11-1 1 1 11 " ' i l1lif1l1iif'i i 'fl' 1 1 1 111- 1 1' 1 'Tlll' l 1.-filer: 1 1 ,K 1 1 1 l r 'ill1i'1 1 1 .111 , l ' 1 i' l 1 111110-f 1 , W 1 l J -' 11' 111, 1,1-,M 'ill ' llc f -1 cgffllnl 1 W 1, 1 11, 7 fl-1 1 1 ?f1i1. 1 ,QNCWH l 1.55 1 ill 1 li513', 1 li' 1 1115351111 1 -.. l1fli1..? 11- WI' 1 111i ' all In-4 1 '1?Cu'1f px 1 D1 .fl 117115-Al .G 1111, 1 11f 1, -L. ya- L- 11.1 1 ' Dbl .L 1 L, -1. 1, 1111, 1 W1 1 11--- , . 1 'S l l 1 l 1 l 1 l 'iff' ' li :ff l 5 - 1 l ,' 1, - il 351' "l1,,,,1 I 1 ELVIN FOSTER FREY A K E UFOSH 1611 Boas St., Harrisburg, Pa. COLLEGE Harrisburg Academy. NIURRAY M. FRIEDMAN CID A E I4.04 18th St., Altoona, Pa. COLLEGE Altoona High School. Philomathean Society C35 C45. HAROLD HENRY FROHLICH E fb E GCHQZD 49 Cherry St., Geneva, N. Y. WHARTON Geneva High School. WALTER JOHN FULTON T B II, H K N "Walt" 1547 Womrath St., Philadelphia, Pa. MOORE Frankford High School. Lions' Engineering Society C25 C35 C459 Vice-President Engineering Association C453 American Institute Electrical Engineers C15 C25 C35 C455 "Men About Towne" Club Show C455 Moore School Football Team C25 C35 C45. EDWARD W. FURIA ' B r 2 l1Ed79 801 S. Darien St., Philadelphia, Pa. XNVHARTON Central High School. Debating Team C35 C45g E. L. Merrick Prize for Debatingg First Prize Winner Frazier Contempornneous Speak- ing Contestg Czrcolo ltalianog Class Poet C45. JOHN JAMES GAFFNEY 34,1 N. Felton St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON HARDEN P. GALBRAITH iv E A Kicellyji 236 N. 2d St., Harrisburg, Pa. COLLEGE Technical High School, Harrisburg, Pa. MATTHEVV KIRBY GALE 5412 Mascher St., Philadelphia, Pa. VVHARTON --:II 81 Ia-- GEORGE KING GARDINER 9 X 750 Asbury Ave., Ocean City, N. .I. NVHARTON Ocean City High School. Gym Team CID C25 C35 C453 Varsity Club. EMMET NICHOLS GARIS A X A 358 Adams St., Freeland, Pa. WHARTON Mining and Mechanical Institute, Freeland, Pa. DANIEL GAUDIN 232 S. 45th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Fencing Team ClD.C2J C31 C4jg Le Cercle Francais, Spanish Club, Der Deutsche Verem. JESSE L. GEISMAN 2 A M 6CJesSI7 251 W. 89th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON DeWitt Clinton High School, New York, N. Y. "'Red'and Blue" C27 C3J, Advertising Manager C451 Sophomore Vigilance-Committee Czjg Freshman Banquet Committee. MARCIANO GENUA "Charlie" 73 Union St., Waterbury, Conn. COLLEGE Crosby High School. SYDNEY GERBER 4629 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON EDVVARD O. GERI-IARDY N11 T nEdn 744 Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. I WHARTON Riverside High School, Milwaukee, Wis. Freshman Wrestling Team CID, Sophomore Prom Committee. BURRILL MYERS GETMAN A T S2 S6Getl7- 272 Otsego St., Ilion, N. Y. I WHARTON llion High School. Manager Squash Teamg Junior Week Committee CSDQ President Mohawk Valley Club C41 . .QI Ig.. K-cl'- x will gil W9 We is-?vmT'fa mx 3 -.53 :QW li jf? 'H if: iw- .qv-E llglwt ,M-31v..,r,,, 3 15- I J - C ,L H1522 N , gsxffalif ii.i wivwil n l , -,ft-J I y ,liwkfrliv 2 ir" I lf: , Q All a li' 1'lfW l I will 5 lg-xii-il 5 lgfl 1:4 . llflles I we H Yi i 1'Tiil'S 3 BER lil" 1 f .Qi 1 , . I - MEGA ttf I 'pl Q f- L vi: F I" J JI 1 --:J . J l-.- I -H ,ff ' A Q.-I L- 4' 3 ."f'?'l11w 4, .. -, my 4 .rf , I , 1 .dv i f '0 1 ,i7l.lliw, . al'-SW I 4,31 p Bel ' ll I ,. KN, 1 L'-'Q-like-1 I .'L,.' ' , I, 7. X , ,-," wie. HCC?-. 2: ZR-,Qlli 4 I Ji- w ei? lily: , nf.-N I 'jjjfg 1 Eff,-ll? I I 4. ' il' , ,L .- , 54 ' ,Wu , .'4-Lilley 5 'Kelli f 5 'Alfa 2 f-3' f -3 fl r ff, L I, 1 lv film ' I iff? VQ, felfll 7:2 si if -fry: ' . W, I IRI, fl IH, . 'Gulf' I f il I, . .ISNJJ ll 'I W1--. 'I '. 4 lr I l ., !,,'If, ,Af ,, 1, .. ANL' 1: L-1 sfwn G ll' I I dfilgi' l I lil?-N JI E., 3..- Isfg ,"' CW. . Fu 'Q ggiljl, ,, . eix If ,i-. .1 ,- L ,-LW,-. , .4 III "fl, .'I ll M1 ur. 'VC ,ll 'QC' . 'ITC 4 I I,-N, ., 'll Cl :YC IIC c., A. ju, a,- I , . 1, L, V I I ll ll C My 4: I-fI-.r ,I,.. .wp ,. IX ,, .L hifi I 1, 4, . ,,... ill.. ., I ,. ffm, 'UI . Il. im' ' MI' 7:0 , W1 IIN l . ,,. "Pla .Iv IM. ,gg fu . ' ll l'I'i.': ,I ,A. V lu, , ,.f,x .1 IRI, .U Yi 'I I El inks - I1 ""'I J 'CCY ., llhfff ' E. ,QI , wr .glf :J if wr -,Ii ' " KY: Iuffm U 'fl I , ,111 ,my , 111: I 1,jl: I1 rf . jflft .W ,. W 'zu , . 3,-l I 134, . W Cyril. il 3 Ili- . yl C. .IC I ' , yr fr, fl: , I , .I ,LC , ,- .y.,., , t-I. :-:,' . -- --+I All , I-IN WWI . ' I 1 v fyllln, ., , A ' I--, I - I I,,,,' dxf, P 'I ,X GEORGE WILLIAM GEUDER K A fb 812 W. Henley St., Olean, N. Y. I WHARTON Olcan High School. Wrestling Team C21, .I. RUSSELL GIBBONS rib E A "Gibby" 24,18 W. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Brown College Preparatory School. Scabbard and Blade, Treas- urer C31 C41g.Glee Club C41g Newman Club C11 C21 C31 C415 Reserve Officers' Training Corps C413 Transportation Committee Ivy Ball C41 GERARD BROWN GILBERT T B H Cl.-Ierlryil 2I28'W. Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa. CIVIL ENGINEERING York Collegiate Institutef Rifle Team C113 Lions' Engineering Society, Compass and Chain Society, Civil Engineering Society. HENRY ALEXANDER GILDRED Z B T "Hen" "I-Iermanosu "GiZi" I 143 New St., Far Rockaway, N. Y. WHARTON Pennington -Seminary. Boxing Squad C21g Freshman Soccer Teaxng Junior Varsxty Soccer C315 Varsity Soccer C415 Varsity Club C41. YV. SHULER GINN IIDOCH , 534, E. Linden Ave., Mianiisburg, Ohio. COLLEGE Mercersburg Academy. STEPHEN A. GIRARD 83 Montgomery St., Waterbury, Conn. WHARTON Crosby High School, Waterbury, Conn. RUDOLPH RALPH GLANCKOPF T E fb asRudyrs 273 S. River St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. WHARTON Pennsylvania Military College. Track Team CI1, Varsity. C213 Editor H1927 Record", Sophomore Endowment- Committee, Luzerne County Club CI1, Treasurer C21, Vice-President C31 C41. MAX GLASS 401 E. Rockland St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION South Philadelphia High School. Basketball Team C21 C313 Educa- tion Club. .ai 83 Ie, ROBERT L. GLOVER H K N, E T K!Bob!7 772 113th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Richmond Hill High School. Class Treasurer C33g Moore Honor Scholarship C23 C33g American Institute Electrical Engmcersg Radio Club: Christian Association Drive Committee C33. FRANK VV. GOADE A E 'ID 432 E. Main St., Batavia, N. Y. WHARTON Batavia High School. Senior Blazer Committee. WILLIAM LOUIS GOECKEL A CID E, B F Z KCBill!! 39 Park Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. WHARTON Wilkes-Barre High School. Friars Senior Society: Undergraduate Council C43g Chairman of Rally and Spirit Committees C433 Chair- man of Committee for Freshmen Regulations C435 Football Holiday Committee C435 Endowment Drive Committee C439 Luzerne County Clubg Newman Club, Symphony Orchestra CI3 C23 C33, President C435 Mask and Wig Glee Chorus C335 Newman Club Play C135 Valedictorian C43. BENJAMIN WILLIAM GOLDBERG T E KID "Ben-Gee" 185 S. Grant St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. WHARTON Wilkes-Barre High School. Photographic Board, "Red and Blueu C33 C435 Reserve Olllicers' Training Corpsg Luzerne County Club. EMANUEL MENCHY GOLDBLATT "Mencby', "Defence" CID B A, K 111' K 1607 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Southern Hih School. Baseball Team CI3, Varsity C23 C33 C431 Basketball-Team CI3, Varsity C23 C33 C435 All-Collegiate Basketball Guard C23 C333 Education Club CI3 C23 C33 C43g Junior Prom Com- mittee C33g .Iunior Banquet Committee C33. ARTHUR MONROE GOLDSCHMIDT New York, N. Y. WHARTON SAMUEL KELLAR GOLDSTEIN , B E P Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON STANLEY JOSEPH GOESSWEIN I9oo E. Jeflerson St., Orlando, Fla. COLLEGE Memorial High School, Orlando, Fla. Classics Club, T ,H W If -31 84 Ip.. lar I a Flf' ffl iii.. 'il -QXH-"Ll , . ..-L .... -...-..............- ,....Lx:.. 'l wal 'Ffa I 51 atiiltel 'qi E1 'C W la I-Ii? lg .I II 'I sf M3 li'3C,i3i I l"TI.fl I , 1 lE'1f"giiis.I! : C M. 21,25 l Lg-llgi :Sig QL Q 5 l I ,TQ I . I I "CQ ', Jr, Eggal li-'lil' 2,341 'limi QJI l,Qi3lI1gi I 144331. A l hifi 1 5 JB, P1537 lin 5. 'Q fr' l i i ri 2552 rl g IIKISESII llylvl I+l1l7i" ICQ tj j il H f 73, I 1 I A 4 ' I lfqllsrl I : I I .y. '- If , , ,I-f,ggIg5 13 1 wb, .1122 I 'l7ll'1l,'1' v . fir? 'Q lf?h?"?4i 15911 Kiel. . 'Avl- l ff' l 1' llflil A l f w'i.t+i lf k'ba,3j,1 ' lie 5 i,lg'flfil Y 'Tvf 5' 'im I ' Zfllwxl ga1g14f4Q: 1 .1 1 1 .. W1 I V ,DQ lllllinis l Wits' .gr g,l 1. . 1 XS, 2 If L. ' . 41. ,:l.flQll:3: -aff, . .1 " J . .C ,5 C11 wzif I .if-,J1 ,W , W...- 1 1 1 1 f.1,. 'S Q9 .Q M. .IQINFV if' "lm" 1 -lu ,1' ll . .V fiziillfil . W.. 1 x1f!l.lAf fag' ,tx 'A ' M- '-I X iz sf iii... 1:illlt.g. Wy- X V-vig' . Lffl,-'J l' .71 ,vi I fmt.-. 'lg' i ix 3 llliy . V1 f mtl.. ,. 11 , 31 'wllw . If K ... ,. . ,E . ,iggps ..,'W?j1'i. 1 1. N. y 1, . 115513. ".,1'." . ,nfl 1 ..., . l . NV vg 2.1.11-3 " all I 53. 1 1. .vgwylbp l . l 712-'1',l'E?, v J! EMYX 3 1'f'0Qml'tf il I W' . 1, ' -l.:,. s: fill l l' '-. will IM' I 111' Q I F' ' 'Alle' WSTAQA' ' '11 X0 . l flu.. :Jak 193, 5-I ' ' -,,.' - fl-.llllt l,.'i."!,ll'j. l 1' 431 ' I 1 a- . ,tg .- 1 -g 1.5, ' 2 .:'-.:- :- -: Q 11. ' fl '1l'A ii w.l Te VJ. 1 ll 1 1,7 .111 v., -. 1ws1. H CLYDE G. GOODMAN A Z fb "Goody" II Ketchum Place, Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Hutchinson- Central High School. Sophomore Prom Ticket Com- mitteeg Senior Blazer Committee. BENJAMIN SAMUEL GORDON K N "Ben" New St., Far Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. WHARTON Clark School: Lacrosse Team C03 'Business Associate H1927 Record"g :Iunlor Cane Committee: Assistant Manager Rifle Team QQ, Associate Manager C435 Ivy Week Smoker Committee QQ. CYRUS HERZL GORDON ..Cy,, 6026 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Chess Club, Avukah Society. WALTER HERBERT GOTTLIEB fb B A "Wulf, New York, N. Y. WHARTON RAYME DAVIDSON GRANT dv E A zcRay:n c4Raymie9a 223 E. Lafayette St., Easton, Pa. VVHARTO N Easton High School. Circulation Manager H1027 Recordng Co- operative Committee Cljg Junior Dues Committee: Endowment Drive Committee C332 Vice-President Lehigh Valley Club C455 Spanish Club. CLIFFORD HOLMES GRAVES B I' E GKCli.H'77 U 902 S. Braddock St., Winchester, Va. WHARTON Handley High School. Varsity Wrestling Team Czj. HAROLD LYNN GRAY Clayton, N. Y. WHARTON CARL 'WILLIAM GSAND Z 111 E "Charlie" 5029 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 WHARTON Northeast High School. Football Team CID, Business Board "Red and Blue" Q35 441. .QI 85 Ig., 4-ze H 4 ',, fy, ,T se 2. 27 f ' -':z45" ..g'16 A'I.'f '2 . x v,::11,A,,'Qf,,, .f 1. Ag : Q15 9 ..'m .f1g:,:.::41--. 'z ya . . 2 l, 44 1 iq . MW ' HENRY TAYLOR GRAY "I-Ienl' "I-Ienien "Hank" 4.812 Trinity Place, Philadelphia, Pa. NVHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Swimming Team CID. MONROE GREEN "George" 104 Broadway, South Amboy, N. J. XVI-IARTON South Amboy High School. Swimming Squad C213 Endowment Committee C4J. MANUEL GREENBURG in A 9 "Mike" "Mam1ie" 5901 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. CIVIL ENGINEERING Northeast High School. "Men About Towne" Club, Civil Engi- neering Society.. JOHN UNDERWOOD GRISSINGER A dv Z3 "Johnny" Governor's Island, New York, N. Y. WHARTON Central High School, Washington, D. C. LEON SELIG GROSS 494.6 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IARTON JOHN PETER GUAGENTI 226 N. 64th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Circolo Italiano, Newman Club. ALBERT LYMAN GUSTIN, JR. 111 A 6 Kansas City, Mo. ' WHARTON JOHN J. HAFER A X A 'lJack" 29 Frost Ave., Frostburg, Md. WHARTON Mercersburg Academy. Crew CID, Associate Manager C473 T-iclcet Committee Varsity "P" Dinner, Junior Prom Ticket Commxtteeg Der Deutsche Vereing Wrestling Squad 135. --21 86 Ia ll ff f-lllgfseifl ,vi 15 '5"41 ' lliiilrl 1 ,V51?Xf.L,f xiii I 1111 -1 N L. l ,I ,l,. li3aQ,lf?'4,15 ,., . 'iii 'll ffl l--1l.Q.' 115' 'N lylij W 1 -liiijwlilli l Evil 115111, 1 .'-1111311 " ll 1 r Dil . ,V al lm l 'l 111 i 3 l 2 -I T llltllllfll 1 H3519 , l 1131 V1 1 1 I WDW- l 1:1.l1Q11 l "-,jlyl 1 ,. 11. , 1 .1 l 1 l 1 Y lhii' l igyyyx. 11 .,.. l li"..lZi1f 1 1111 1 l 1 1Xl 5 .l',f1 Fl M13 will l r,..g1'1l 1 lfclgi yl 1 1Vi,l9 l15ll5,14 1 ,A 7114. ' 1 111'lf1lf., 1 1 'Q5111' j 51532311 3 .lil 1 Q' 3 nfl' 1 hjwf yr lj 1 llf ."f.lj 1ll' f 1151 ja ., U , 1'-51 !,f',q,' A1131 KARL BUCKALEW HAGENBUSH lCHaggie!, Nlarket St., Benton, Pa. WHARTON Benton VocationalSchool. Symphony Orchestra CI1 C21. .IOHN LEONARD HAMILTON, JR. A X A "Jack" 412 Walnut St., Winnetka, Ill. ARCHITECTURE New Trier High School. Freshman Swimming Team, C11, Varsity C315 Varsity Water Polo Team C31 C41. WILLIAM BERRY HAINIILTON A X P "Bill" 4028 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING West Philadelphia High School. Hexagon Senior Societyg Photo- graphic Board "The Pennsylvaniann C21 C31, Photographic Editor C41g "Pennsylvania Triangle" C31 C419 "Junior Annals"g American Society of Mechanical Engineers. GEORGE HENRY HANEY 216 Piquot Ave., New London, Conn. WHARTON Niagara University Preparatory School. WILLIAM ASHLEY HANSEN, JR. A N,K1I12,A T A SIBHZYQ lfBill-V71 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa WI-IARTON Cedar Rapids High School WILLIANI HARGADIINE, JR. A fb E HBALZIIY Felton Del. WHARTON Felton High School. Varsity Wrestling Team C31 C41 g Travel Bureau. JAMES REGINALD HARMAN A Z iv, A M H S2 KlReg77 190 W. State St., Trenton, N. J. COLLEGE, MEDICAL Trenton High School. Blazer Committee C41g Band CI1 C21 C31 C415 Symphony Orchestra C21 C31 C41. EDWARD GUEST HARTZELL K1-Ed!! 2074 N. Main Ave., Scranton, Pa. WHARTON Scranton Central High School. Lacrosse Team C21 C313 Lackawanna County Club. --:AI 87 Irs-- MARTIN F. HATCH "I5fIarl" 5303 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Philomathean Societyg Glee Club CI5 C25 C35 C453 Scalcs SOCiCtyQ Theodelphian Society. RUBIN DAVID HAVSY K5DaveY! KKBOI27! 3024 Euclid Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Central High School Club. JESSE GRABE HAYDOCK, JR. H K N "Jess" 316 E. Kings Highway, Haddonfield, N. J. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Haddonfield High School. Editorial Board "Pennsylvania Tri- angle"'3 Junior Prom Committeeg Baptist Committee, Christian Association C35 C453 Secretary American Institute Electrical Engi- neers C353 "Men About Towne" Club C25 C35 C453 Lions' Engineer- ing Society C25 C35 C455 Engineers' Show C25 C35. DAVID HAYMOND "Dave' ' 206 Magnolia St., Hartford, Conn. WHARTON Central High School, Springfield, Mass. Business Board "Red and Blue" C35 C45-Q Business Board "Junto" C35 C45g Chairman Junior Cane Committeeg Blazer Committee C453 President Hartford County Club C453 Glee Club CI5 C253 Dormitory Representative C35Q Class Treasurer C45. ARTHUR S. HECHT K N "Art" "Healer" 430 Chilton St., Elizabeth, N. J. WHARTC N Metuchen High School. JACK HELD Z B T, B I' E utfackn 310 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. WHARTON Mt. Pleasant Military Academy. Soccer, Third Team C25, Junior Varsity C35, Varsity C453 Varsity Club C45. WILLIAM EUGENE HENDRICKS 9 X, E T lKB1:ll!! 230 Harvard Ave., Collingswood, N. J. , MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Collingswood High School. Hexagon Senior Society3 Varsity Track Team C25 C35 C453 Freshman Track Teamg Junior Varsity Football C253 Bonsack Memorial Trophy Cup C25 C353 American Society of Mechanical Engineers C35 C453 Whitney Engineering Society CI5. LA RUE HENDRIXSON "Henny" 208 Penn St., Ridley Parlc, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Left school in June 19253 re- entered in September, I926. "W 'li 'I ICI., 1. .jp , ,- - av- ---R --ui-S--f ---- - -. - - -N I+, ,C.LvI. 315 My i .gif 'I Ya In I1-I - 'I' ., f'-:I I I5 1 .ml :CIC Y v L nfl- X ni 4' ,, .I I I 1--, M-i'1', F..-mi IQ: Lid I I3 Kewl L- Immny 13. EQ lin I" " fir 't gf- l fy Q ' T'i"li il 5355: 3,11 T143 ,ALI I 1 A ' lfw cl I 532' V l,.f.LI Ed .I I V " I I '96 , I ffi INV, r l l ,idly retail I Sl ' I O35 ff .I 1 .I 9 Iwi I I I IIEIIRYI - l rl S' +I-" I 'ZA f-ffisil I 1 ' 'al 3 I 1 5 ISU , lei 'Ei I I If I Inv! ll I ' . ' l l-rfplici Ig: 5.41 ,I 1 l, Zyl -'Li I: IL, , Vw: .I I Ijififrxl -I ill fifilisilfjili l :Nl lr' ' IH QW 2'-Pal. ff, .sz 221+ - ." 4.51 Il 'T-If "1 , 42, -E' g7744Fft I,?15f'a.:A L .,.. -,.-,.,,,, I . L ,U . , L . -.. . -ff --.-JA-Wi V. .: , . ,2:,.C:.: -a, --2.514 ueaagaw ,-15-IQFSVIQ-if 5 -x ' I r - 'raw-w ,I 5 L... I r- ' , . fI.,f 1:33-'j,.,7 'TL J I f"I:g:.' 'rfzf' N L ' 'fzifirfif l .451 Ip., ' ililrfl E II" I LI VI 'K-If. lv, , A IIIJI 'I I ,IIIIIZ , I I QIQQIII' I .56-P' 'I IWCII' 'l 'II 1 Eqillil I 5 I ll- I - II-III I I 'np .I ,IIT-lg: NI QIQCQZ- ' I' il 'I I' ll III , IMI, ... I F' 5,59 ' - I N' " IIE: 4 I. I . JIA. ttf, iv, 7 .Ng .Idff 'Lum I, 'IWW i Ii 5 ,IIE f HCI' 'I' Ll 1' If" 'Q In :QI I 'I 1'II N . II.:II,I,.iI 'I .II 'I 1 I I 1 I-' II I 3 :NTI IIIPWI li ' fi A I I l'I?iq.lff'lgJf-I 1 Eff!! l lx 'if' Ni I 'teh K l?'I I If Il E IIIIII If II 1 oi-'IIIFJI ii NMC l Ilfl lx- ' 1" .EI al I V I E 'EGF N 5-'All-I4?I Ira IV I ljjh. , I0 , LII- I I-FJSQI' II LII I I-III I hifi I N'9lllV'i I I IJ BSI I 1' " :xi "I I I I VIII I' .I fig 1551 2 .W . JCCI lIIIII,III1iI'I I' 2" IIIII' I L III' I Fil E liii f I :'sNfC I ll I I-'eIIlf,I"' I ,V II -. Nil il .I ,JI - I IFLE5-1 I I 31 CQ II II I I VI! II Zlfdlw If S S?" EIIIWIF :3,,IIg.xI' I "f'Lv1-'Isl 'Ii A "l'zL,l :.I. " .lil 'W 5. X If if ' LQ f r I 1 -las, If IE FI ,ir , J I, , , ,I ,J I..,I I W Igv: II .I , I-- - , .-Q I . gs . II II I v--.- I I - WALTER HENNEBERG 9 A 111 rfwaltai 288 Braddock Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. COLLEGE Northeast High School. Dramatic Club C25 C3j C453 Philomathean Society. FREDERICK B. HERMAN K E "Fritz', 214. Trafalgar St., Rochester, N. Y. WHARTON Newark CN..I.D High School, Rochester Business Institute. Fresh- man Banquet Committeeg Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg Sopho- more Prom Committee, Sophomore Smoker Committeeg Senior Blazer Committeeg Rochester Club, Secretary Sophomore Vigif lance Committee. WILLIAM HERMAN 2 II II "Bill" 215 Ifth St., Lorain, Ohio COLLEGE Lorain High School. Ohio Club C35 C453 Cleveland Club C31 C435 Glee Club CID Czj. PHILIP CAMERON HERR llpbilw 52 W. Stewart Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. WHARTON Lansdowne High School . JOSEPH M. HERSI-IBERGER 9 E "Hersh" 303 E. Main St., Everett, Pa. WHARTON Everett High- School. Varsity -Wrestling squad C25 C33 C451 Chris- tian. Association Drive Committee CID, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Blazer Committee. ERNEST HERSKOVITZ 111 A "Ernie" Wilkes-Barre, Pa. W HARTON PAUL B. HESCH 327 E. Main St., Titusville, Pa. WHARTON St. Titus Preparatory School. Newman Club C21 C3D. JUSTIN HENRY HESS K I-IJ K, fb A K, A II E IIJUSI, 424 Highland Ave., Westville, N. J. EDUCATION Woodbury CN. JJ High School. Education Club. .QI Ip.. 'V I I 1, .I , ,I IRI ,g.::I I,H.,. I ,lim ,I I ...I ' ,IQII Ib' II I ,I I I'I . .II II-:+I II, I I gm I If A ' Tfl If I I 5, --" l .5 III - , +14 III lf' , I 1 'ff' YI I' I ' kj 1 VI? II if l 'SIIZI I- II- , .X I Il I'IfI , LC I .14 II 1 yi", . 'UI-' , I 3. :If-,I I I I I XIXI WIC I NH - J ,fl I K III, 'I .Ic- II I I I EI IIII I.,If, I -Il Y ,-.,I I. I'-I" I III 1 I fig, . V, I Il' ' VII WIJIY If-,IMI , I, III... ll 'I ' I I I I I II: l I .II . -.I+ IIICLZ' ifTV'IIf" I I II,f ,IFEX-i I: X , V if l l .I.. ET. I JI I .L-,I Il III LII LEONARD J. HESS alien., 251 W. 95th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON DeWitt Clinton High School. ISAAC JONES HESTON .. Ikev 4716 Pacific Ave., Wildwood, N. J. WHARTON Wildwood High School. FRANCIS LAIRD HIGHBERGER CKHigb73 119 S. Maysle Ave., Greensburg, Pa. WHARTON Peddie Institute, Greensburg High School. CHARLES HENRY HILL 3178 Tuckahoe Road, Camden, N. J. COLLEGE Reserve Ofhcers' Training Corps, C'est la Guerre Club. CHARLES THOMAS HILL E A E "Charlie" 4525 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Friars Senior Society, Varsity Crew C25 C3J, Captain C435 Endowment Drive Committee, Kite and Key chapter, Blue Key Society. RICHARD HENRY HILL CP A 9 "Dick" "Rich" 501 Richard St., Joliet, Ill. WHARTON Joliet Township High School. Editorial Board "Punch Bowl" Cgj 4 . HAROLD GEORGE HILLBORN ul-Iillsyu 554.6 Cambridge St., Philadelphia, Pa. Towmz West Philadelphia High School. Priestle Chemical Society Q0 C25 C31 14.53 "Men About Towne" Clubg Orchestra Qzl. IRA HIRSCHBERG V E T fb lIISe7l 1533 N. Natrona St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. s smwq.-MQ., 404 gdyr MN , :A y 1 b5z2vff2:Lf 1221112323 -. ...w e- 'E-ff:f5:fi1f5 l '7.'IF1'. '-f1'i?f5 ' f1:5:I. E2k5f-S51Eff':li-'-E51EIf'E-E.-E5-555 s::2e:4::sf.. gsm11:fs.'i:.::s.efz:s-s:ae:2-1:521:5-12: 'iw ..f.:ez1: 'ef-:. ez.::i:-52.e:zes::-za.:r.:-.111-1:51. 1252 fi J'--'F -321.,..:5:1'5Esizsfv2:5:2v.rQ51:2':s'z'75Z fmt- wo- 6.5-wa-:Q ..:.:-.. ' 1: I 1 i2:.31fi:'1,:::.e,ff', 543iix2Zff1f- - it f.' S . : , :esf:.:'::-195.1fgeag.-s-2.2.1-sm.: -.fm 11:-,:. z:::a:s1e:e:::z...r-1 fm-1-::'f:r:-.1'f-"f::51:'22:51-15 . se.: fc 135:-...sa M.-.fi .. .Q,2'.a:-,s.ff5aez:.z-1s:::.::-em. .Mi -Xgiill y l -.1 - l l. -51"-In ,.,..-1, -W ., I M311 iN fi 2 rm Llfyyi-QV11 5'1f'fi.i fl 5-'QL lelfl :igfl 9 A, lf FNS '14 . .mx '1 5Af,H,.i F9 S1519 ,SMLE I 47.12 we r.g51NY:-' l'e:iQ'I-:ll 1 1 f - H. Qi i'f5flKli?1 3 2' QW 1 at if 5' li l 3 W1 mil.- ': fvswwzig I lil C "li,-N l 1 I flf'SE5'-1 llelhl 1 4 ,A I ,Viv 1 1141.1 L ,. I ,., arf-New 1 ' xfijl- 'i I 1 X1 C. ella, I '. 1 I 1' 555' .3 f .TY Kali-.111 L33 ffbf I N 1 It 'f-vi V 1 Ko' 1'5"-ffl 51564313 -' 'U U IV E gf-127m Q1 ilQiJ3f1s 1 2 1 3, 51 --1 5... : .rcs 42-tl 1 If 1 QL! l 7 V 2 ifqj,-1 X51 wif: 'Liv' X IQ? 499' ..,l l 5 .. V- 9 Hifi li 'ilfiglkii gf' u51'f A E E "Q, .1 1.fzrr..f ' " .J I B559 l .9:f'i. 1 7 rf LQ," 1 I' l HQ fl l fglg' leli "-5 I . I 512i .5 1 uv 14 J.. ll fl"fff2f1 if -.-LT g fel J X xg, . fx. W H , -- 1, if-:Q-1. -A :riz e4-. u .. A-I 3 v 1 f. fr t...:...g . fa: ,Y ' ' .. . , '-3,7 , V., --21 90 121-- . ..., J-,.. rf, ...u-:H .V ,- '.a..' .4 NN ' ' -age" ...,,. -C: 5111711141-' CHARLES KOCH HIRZEL Llcb-iz!! 24.02 Catalpa Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. ARCHITECTURE Brooklyn Boys' High School. Student Council Architecture School. JAMES ALEXANDER HOBBS Manchester, England. COLLEGE Manchester University, England. PHILIP H. HOFFMAN A E CP "Phil" I5OO 7th Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa. WHARTON Beaver Falls High School. Travel Bureau. ALBAN WILLIAMSON HOOPES UAZ11 ul-Ioopsien I520 N. Willington St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Friends' Central School. WILLIAM PENN HOOVER, JR. E N, KID A X KSDOCYY Hooversville, Pa. WHARTON Windber High School. , WILLIAM LIMEN HOFFMAN, JR. lib E II lKBill!7 Commodore Apartments, Ford Drive and Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio WHARTON Shaw Hi h School, East Cleveland, Ohio. Managing Board, Franklin Society, "Red and Blue" C15 C25 C35, Business Manager C455 Circulation Manager "Junior Annals" C355 Ohio Club. ARTHUR MOSELY HOPKINS, JR. "Mase" Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. B 9 II WHARTON Lansdowne High School. Sphinx Senior Society, Associate Mana- ger Gym Team C453 "The Pennsylvaniann C15 C25 C35, Business Manager C455 Kite and Key Chapter, Blue Key Society C35 C45. IRWIN HOROWITZ 'IDEA 771 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. DeWitt Clinton High School. --QI 91 Ia-- WHARTON JACK COMMINGS HOSTERMAN E fb E ufackn 1277 VVest Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio ' XVI-IARTON West High School, Cleveland, Ohio. Swimming Team C15 C35, Freshman Sophomore Love-Feast Committee, Christian Associa- tion, Cleveland Club, Ohio Club. JOHN ELM ER HUYETT ul-Iueyn Esterly, Pa. WHARTON Mount Penn High School. Berks County Club. JAMES ISRAEL HYKES 11: B n 212 S. 39th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE EMMET HENRY HYMAN Z A M lCNig,, 698 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. WHARTON DeWitt Clinton High School. Freshman Swimming Team, Varsity Squad C25 C35 C45g Boxing Team C25, "Punch Bowl" Business Board C25 C35, Circulation Manager C45. HENRY INGRAM fb F A Eau Claire, Wis. HENRY THEODORE INNMAN "Harry" "Ted" 9 EI, B I' Eg A E P 58 Sycamore St., Springheld, Mass. WHARTON High School of Commerce, Springfield, Mass. Varsity Debating Team C15 C25 C35, Springfield Club. CHARLES PAUL IWANICKI E A E, CID B K Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. "Junto', C25, Managing Editor C35 C45g President Phi Beta Kappa Undergraduates C45g Henry La Barre Jayne Prize C15, Sophomore Honors, C25 George Allen Me- morial Prize C351 Edith Lovering Merrick Memorial Prize C455 Le Cercle Franeaisg Chess Club C35 g Cast of "Phormio" C25, Cast of "Menaechmi" C35, Classics Club C15 C25 C35 C45. WALTER WILLIAM JACKENS zzjaken czwaltsx 560 Senator St., Brooklyn, N. Y. VVHARTON Erasmus Hall High School. Lacrosse Team C15, Varsity C25. , 1 ii .af Q2 Ip.. 1, X , A fig :FIES1 , G1 'welll A , 1 '5 1 Nil! 1:1111-xg LCQ mi ,A . M., Z': 181,55 2315 5.233 .F 5111.-4' 2 ' Rx?" 1'-Q, -, 1,5115 s P515 1,-W. lla? Xliifi F1gq?l1 1 'K L. Tl I ACM' pallgil gg- fill 1 1 A lw 1 1 K V... ...Q , 1 ., 1131, 4 5 ,all ffiiii' f liff Q A WC, ., E121-1 ,JE 'xlhvf QQ 1 ll 1 . 111 ,L 1 1.5 Cecil l lx ,811 11' Jie, liEl'i:'Ql 1 15, , 4 , pal' 529' 1 '21 .5-2 ' lfkliiw 9-ww 1 'u', 1 I11 INLCKV1 61, YQ1 'L nfl: , 737511 C lwff 1 1" 1 " lfxilfl. 'fC,C,'33 f' Ev- lf1'1,xf. 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I ':'.,'-lu.. i K1 'ff 51 .UL . 1 rl I...--11 , ,JIT ,- W I lf'l"5T' ' IIEIIJIQY .lg lillx . lv: 1,3 .,, I I -,:,fIl- 11 I :I ,pwjjrvlpi 1 1- 1 I I 'li 1 1 .IJ 11--' . 1 1111 1 4 If E,!l.l.., SW,-:.,l',1 1 lfllff ' l 5123! 1 Q 'ffl 1 wills ,Alf , ' M 11 1115 111112 :E 1' to l Mya, I A." Cal, 'lf lx '? 1' "Sing, PERRY HAMMOND JACOB "Commodore" 3441 17th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. WHARTON Business High School. Zelosophic Society CI5 C35 C45, Secretary C25g Capital City Club C15 C25 C35, Chess Club CI5. STANLEY JAKUBOWSKI rrjacku 4127 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Pennsylvania Leader Corps C15 C25C 35. DAVID B. JAMES, JR. A E 111 ClDave9I Kljimi! 1920 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE William Penn Charter School. Freshman Banquet -Committeeg Christian Association Committee, JunIor Dues Committee, Chair- man Refreshments Commxttee, Junior Prom. JOSEPH FRANCIS JENOVESE dv B II ll-I0eJ7 llJen!P ' St. Mich ael, Pa. A COLLEGE Adams Township High School. ARTHUR FRANCIS JOHANSEN A N11 66-Art!! llJ0e77 1816 Avenue L, Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Polytechnic Preparatory Country Day School. Sphinx Senior So- cietyg Lacrosse Team C15 C25 C35 C45Q Assistant Manager Basketball C35, Associate Manager C45 , Tournament Manager C45g Junior Prom Committee C35, Chairman Ticket Committee, Senior Banquet. JOHN JOHN 104 E. Gay St., West Chester, Pa. WHARTON West Chester High School. ARCHIE c. JOHNSON A X A "Arch" 23 Willard Ave., Bradford, Pa. WHARTON Bradford High School. Picture Committee C35. CARL E. JOHNSON "Ono" 7215 Wayne Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Upper-Darby High School.American Society Mechanical Engineers, Lions' Engineering Societyg Whitney Engineering Society, Scale Society C35 C455 Clee Club C25 C35 C45g Engineers' Show. -"4-4 . -al 93 Ia-- ROY EMERSON JONES "Dean" 2314 XV. Hagert St., Philadelphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Northeast High School. Chess Clubg American Society Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM JORDAN 3D E X, E T "Bill" 126 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Atlantic City High School. Friars Senior Society, President Hexagon Senior Societyg Under raduate Councilg Crew C13 C23 C335 Stroke, 150-lb. Intercollegiate Champions, 192 g Chairman Moore School Student Government Committee C43g ghairman Penniman Bowl Committeeg Moore Honor Scholarship C433 Varsity Club C23 C33 C435 Cvlee Club C13 C23 C33 C43g Dormitory Senior Advisor C43. JOHN FREDERICK JUDD II K A "Judd" Glendale, Calif. WHARTON Glendale High School. Intercollegiate Championship Crew C135 150-lb. Championship Crew C23 C33 C433 Varsity Club C23. NORMAN JONAS KALCHEIM E A M "Norm" 5623 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Business Spoon "Punch Bowl" C33 C43. DAVID F. KALINER 224.5 N. 8th St., Philadelphia Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Crew C139 Football Team C23g Editorial Board "Junto" C23 C33 C4,3g Editorial Board "Red and Blue" C33 C43g Dramatic Clubg Pennsylvania Club C13 C23, Presi- dent C33 UQ- HARRY WILLIAM KAMIN 112 2 A IZI5 Malvern Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. COLLEGE Schcnley High School. JULIUS L. KANTES "Atwater Kent" 910 Dinsmore Ave., Far Rockaway, N. Y. WHARTON Far Rockaway High School. HERBERT KAPLAN fb A llHeTbYD Reading, Pa. COLLEGE "al 94 Ie-- JOEL KAPLAN II A fb "Kf1P11y" 161 N. Columbus Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1 WHARTON Mt. Vernon High School. "Punch Bowl" C35, Art Editor C453 "Red and Blue" C45. JOSEPH KAPLAN ..K-appyn .1 Joe., 2262 N. 5ISt St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Musical Clubs C35. SOLIS KAPLAN E T fb Kilfipw 3140 Euclid Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ARCHITECTURE Northeast High School. Northeast High School Club. WILLIAM KENNETH KASTNER 9 E ClKen7Y ISBN!!! I2 Colonial Circle, Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Blair Academy. , JAMES JOSEPH KELLEHER A Z 'lb KlJi'mP7 lKKell!! 5362 Arlington St., Wynnelield, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Crew C15, Third Varsity C25, Varsity C35 C455 Departmental FootbalITeam C25 C35g Blazer Com- mittee C45g Varsity Club, Glee Club C25g Newman Clubg West Philadelphia High School Clubg American Society of Civil Engi- neers. NATHAN KESSLER i6Nat7! I8I5 Catharine St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Junior Varsity Football Team C45. FRANK EDDY KIEFER Z N 203 W. 3d St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. WHARTON Mt. Carmel High School. DOUGLAS R. KIMLIN 112 A T 1.DOug,, II Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. WHARTON Poughkeepsie High School. NORMAN PAUL KISTLER "N0rrn" , 129 N. Hickory St., lX'It. Carmel, Pa. XVHARTON Mt. Carmel High School. Glee Club C15 C25 C35. JOEL KLEIN K N "Joel" 219 N. 6th St., Allentown, Pa. COLLEGE Allentown High School. LEO WILLIAM KLEIN llLdee7! 375 State St., Perth Amboy, N. J. COLLEGE Perth Amboy High School. Junior Cane Committeeg Senior Blazer Committeeg Class Dues Committee. ALBERT LEE KLOPFER, JR. E db E HAZ!! ' 9111 Frankstown Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHARTON Central High School, Springfield, Mass. Assistant Manager Gym Team C35, Manager C455 "Punch Bowl" Art Spoon C25 C35 C453 "Red and Blue" Art Spoon C35 C451 Editor HIQZ7 Recordng Presi- dent Kite and Key Chapter Blue Key Society. EDWARD A. KNOBELAUCH II M E, 112 B K llEd!9 2612 N. Bancroft St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Northeast High School. "Junto,' C455 Philomathean Society C25 C35, Moderator C451 Freshman Mathematics Prize: Greek Com- position Prizeg Sophomore Honorsg Classics Club C25 C35 C45, Treasurer C35: Der Deutsche Verein C15 C25 C355 Chess Club C25 C35 C455 Nationalists' Field Club C25 C35. GEORGE LIPPINCOTT KNOWLES llJaCk?I 317 Tome St., Ridley Park, Pa. WHARTON Ridley Park High School. EARL HENRY KOCH K A db 1018 Turner St., Allentown, Pa. 'W1-IARTON gkglentown High School. Lehigh Valley Club C15 C35 C45, President 2 . DAVID FRANCIS KOHN sc-Daven 5412 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE East Liverpool COhio5 High Schoolg West Philadelphia High School. Class Basketball C25 C35 C455 Ohio Club. 1.31 Ig.. CNW 1 l q'm.i,,,i11 1 .115 51 M1 -0.- 11 l '511 .11 C-'L' -1 N, 3 :Cl S715 l -1 .5151 ' ' 1-1111 1 1,1 1, 111 ,., ,. -W.: 1 Q, Ui 11 - l I 111' Ei? 1 41161.-" 1 gl1.s Lixiji- 3'SQlQ51pl9 1 . X U , ...lf . W1 fu.f1a9llfi 1111, ' Kg, if M1211-111 51 1:11 is 1 ., . 1.1 'i l 1' Jw ,1 1. f,',f! 1,11 A 1.191251 . '15 JJ., ' igilrjfg 1 11, 11:41 L 1 ' .. . 1 -'-1.--1 . X, P Til Q-. if .J15 5, ., 1 1 '.11'1CEl 111 - 1 .WN .il--, 1991321 .1511 ,161 1, +11 llji? . X If I .A . ...SIN 1.5 -Pl 11? I 1 Qi, . -11f71l' .1 ',. 1 Tgl 'yds .- 1, C! ill 'ifflifr 'fQX'1u1?-ij 11 , ,111 , 113115, .IV 11,3 11 lil' frm, .'1l' 11 . J11. N41 ii 'wi 11 1 '11 ill: , 51. 1 l1 1 11W,'. . 51, 1,jl1q11 .X1 1'f1'11 .J 11 1' fs' N, Tl? 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R 4.. ,.- JOHN GEORGE KOLB 9 E "Johnnie" "TimU 5432 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. WHARTON McKinley Manual Training School. Christian Association Me- morial Hall Fund C355 Capital City Club C15 C25 C45, President C355 De Molay Club C15 C25. ROBERT ALBERT KRANTZ B 9 n, fp K B "Robe 814 Wooster Ave., Dover, Ohio WHARTON Dover High School. Sphinx Senior Society5 Business Spoon "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C455 Varsity Club C455 Assistant Manager Basketball C35, Manager C45. HERMAN KRAKOVITZ "Herm" 4419 N. Sth St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON South Philadelphia High School, CARL KREIG A 'I' A East Orange, N. J. WHARTON MARTIN KREMER A E II "Mamie" "Mart" 6129 Webster St., Philadelphia, Pa. XVI-IARTON West Philadelphia High School. Junior Varsity Football Team C355 Junior Week Committee. DONALD BENJAMIN KRESCH B I' E, A B X lKBen53 KlDOni! 3224 Diamond St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Franklin Society5 Varsity Swimming S uad C15 C25 C35 C455 "Punch Bowln C25 C35, Managing Editor C455 'gRcd and Blue" C35 C455 Editor' HIQZ7 Record"5 Freshman Banquet Committeeg Endowment Drive Committeeg Sophomore Prom Com- mittee5 Junior Prom Committeeg Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Honors5 Winner of Merrick Prize in Publications5 Holder of Highest Scholastic Record in Wharton Schoolg Central High Club C15 C255 Menorah Society C455 Dramatic Club C455 Jewish Students' Association C35 C455 Debating Union C455 Winner of Pen and lnk Contest C155 Winner of New York Times Current Events Contest C355 Zelosophic Society Play C45. WILLIAM HARRISON KRESCH B I' E "Bill" 3224 Diamond St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Varsity Swimming Squad C15 C25 C35 C455 Editorial Spoon "Punch Bowl" C35 C455 Editor H1927 Record"5 Sophomore Prom Committeeg Junior Prom Committee5 Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior Honorsg Central Hi h Club C15 C255 Menorah Society C455 Dramatic Club C455 Jewish Students' Asso- ciation Debating Union C455 Zelosophie Society Play C45. FREDERICK KRUEGER ziFTed1u 1620 W. Clearfield St., Philadelphia, Pa. XIV!-IARTON Northeast High School. Gym Team C15 C25 C35, Captain C455 Sophomore and Junior Honorsg Varsity Club. ,451 Ig.. ALBERT FRANK KRUEZ A T, 111 K B "Little Al" 510 Stephenson Ave., Nlenominee, Mich. COLLEGE Detroit Western High School. Football Team C15 C25 C351 Baseball Team C15 C25 C355 Penndashery Football Trophy Award for Most Valuable Man io25g Mythical All-American Team, 1925: Gridiron Club: Varsity Club, Member Veteran Athletes of America. CHARLES FAERB ER KUDER "Cbas,' 2630 N. 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Northeast High School. WILLIAM HAYDEN KUEHN 9 K "Bill" 1414 S. 54th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Editorial-Spoon, "Punch Bowl" C451 Musical C ub C25 C35 C45gZelosoph1c Society C35Q Newman Club. VERNON HORACE KUNKLE E CID E "Benny" "Kwik" 717 Chestnut St., York, Pa. WHARTON York High School. Freshman Track Teamg Editorial Board "The Pennsylvaniann C15 C25 C35 C45Q Editorial Spoon "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C452 Sophomore Class Secretary, Vigilance Committeeg Endow- ment Committeeg Junior Week Publicity, Blazer Committee, Franklin Societyg Ivy Poet C45. EDWIN ROGERS KYLE Z KID E llEd!7 l6Eddie7! 19011 Mitchell Ave., Rocky River, Ohio WHARTON Rocky River High School. BROOKS GEORGE LABOYTEAUX E Z 6iLa!7 123 Severin Court, Crawford, N. J. ARTON W1-1 Crawford High School. Lacrosse C15 C25 C35 C45Q Vigilance Com- mittee C25. JAMES MILLARD LACKEY IfJi7n7Y 520 N. West St., Carlisle, Pa. ' WHARTON Albright College. JOSEPH NEWTON LACY llJ0e77 635 W. 59th St., Kansas City, Mo. ARCHITECTURE Vnlestport High School. Franklin Society, "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C45j "The Pennsylvaniann C25 C35 C45g "Pennsylvania Triangle" C25 C35 C455 Art Editor H1927 Record"g Endowment Drive Com- mitteeg Christian Association Drive Committee. f-:JI 98 It-- ,,. 1 . L. 1. .. ,Cx 1 1l Silly' ffl!! ' ll'f.'lffl 1 1 " 2"11',1,1l' 1 i 295' 1 tfrirfirl I' .11 leg, 1 1 ,filly G ' M I 1 Y,11x,,l,T I If-I-ll31bIQ1 1 51 lit ' I Ill? I AC ,I J? 1- I l'?Clll3ffI1 l lk l ,531 .T J ' lfjiyllfvl V118 l- W, I .j,'f1r'11 l ,111 1 1 , S' 1' 1 .1 l1 1. l lag 11, 5, I 1 1 1x1: 5 I' 1 ,Jia ll'fi'f1:'L" I 1.11, 1 l ffl ' vf 1 11,1 111, C My I 21 1 11 lv, 1 l ll 'Auf 1 all , l 111 'hh 'Jil 1 1 1 l llll 1 .,, 1 15 , 17'?1. 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COLLEGE Dwight Preparatory School. lScales Societyg Track Team CI3 C33 835 Gere Club C13 C23 C33 C433 French Club C335 Transferred from orne . SYLVAN LEFCOE illdacki! CKSAZIIY7 KKLQHUH 3858 N. 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa. Girard Club C33 C43. GEORGE M. LEIGHON A N11 "Marcus" Danville, Pa. VETERINARY Bloomsburg State Normal School. Veterinary Medical Society C33g Christian Association, Vice-President C33. J. STANLEY LENOX fir E K izstansa 913 Berkeley Ave., Trenton, N. J. WHARTON Tennessee Military Institute. Undergraduate Council C43. CHARLES JOSEPH LESLIE 2 X "Charlie" 55 E. 86th St., New York, N. Y. COLLEGE Collegiate School, New York, N. Y. Polo Team C135 Fencing Team C23 C33 C43g Spanish Club C23. -QI QQ Ik.. MENG-HSIUNG LIANG P 'If Care Kai-Ting School, Tong-Kar Village, Hongshan District, Kuangtung, China WHARTON Tsing Hua College, Peking, China. ISRAEL HARRY LEVIN "Levin" Vineland, N. J., R. D. No. 6 WVHARTON Bridgeton High School. Varsity Fencing Squad C435 "Punch Bowl" C435 Ivy Week Committee C4.Dg Smoker Committee C4jg Jewish Students' House Association C35 C4jg Avukah Society C4.D. HENRY JAY LEVY B E P "Hank" 3151 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Frankford High School. Class Lacrosse C13 Czjg Lacrosse Team C23 C39 C43- CHARLES LEVY 111 B A "Charlie" 245 W. 112th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON High School of-Commerce, New York, N. Y. Endowment Com- mittee Czjg Junior Cane Committee C315 Junior Prom Ticket Com- mittee Cgbg Senior Smoker Committee. SIDNEY OLIVER LEVIN Z B T ilsidli KCSOZU CCS. Ol!! 2301 Clay St., St. Joseph, Mo. WHARTON Sti .gofeph Central High School. Editorial Board "Punch Bowln 3 4 - ' JACOB H. LEVY "Jack" 136 S. Peach St., Philadelphia, Pa. CIVIL ENGINEERING South Philadelphia High School. "Men About Towne" Clubg Civil Engineering Society. BENJAMIN LOUIS LEVI A E H HBM., h 2126 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa. COLLEGE Harrisburg Technical High School. "Red and Blue" C35 C4D. SAMUEL LICHTENFELD llSam77 24.34 N. 54th St., Philadelphia, Pa. VVHARTON Tredyffrin-Easttown High School. YT s fr ,hz :P-'Q 'rms' --21 100 Ie-- .......,-....- XT . A 1 l MQ -- ,, -'af 1495111 'l-'iihll' fi 11 tg. gf.- .3 K' L I. r,'f"' - ,-:Wi 'li , :Ei . l. ,ul , 1. 1, 5.- IIS? 1311 1 .+, tri, I l - 1 IVY 1 1 A . 1 .,-, 'El 1 Eellsrl :.j'l,i" l .1 ' . w I ll l .ui , if-1 ab, 5 1 Wa I ' lfrif 'ff i p. Q., XF 1 lfligai ll lfllfaa ilnli 1 .iffy-Q31 C .A liill fel 'ijeii i 1 l'-:ll 1: . ffg l-Ex, Q 1 .1111 xt NSS Lil . ll ' T ul I Hex X 2, ,l TW 1 .1 11. l I1 t will -, l x yn K' . 3 , N fl' l W I I lf 1 HQ' 1: ii YQ? 2 'E 1. all M -' li if nl stilllifi lil lg:-, 'Q' 1 fffret fee 1 .,. z f I 55:11 -, 1 3' . 51' i..lS1','i', 1 l I 1 mf QITIV3 f .cfillff , 1:3351 1 I 1 WI. 1. ljll ' 1:1 lwgilef 1 JN , 3 . 913. 41:QTwXi.1 j fl. ,193 'H ,,. 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WHARTON Battin High School. Tennis Team C135 Endowment Committee C23. KERMIT ABJOHN LIGHT Miami, Fla. COLLEGE GEORGE LINTON "Lint" 5301 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadel hia. Hi h School. Orchestra 2 g University Band D e C 3 C13 C23 C33 K43. E G. EARLE LIPPIN SAMUEL WILLIAM LISKE "Liskey,' "Sam" "Bill" 4 Stanley Court, Stamford, Conn. WHARTON Stamford High School. Chess Team C135 Junior Cane Committee C339 Zelosophic Society C33 C435 Cast of "Fanny's First Play"g Chess Club C13 C23 C33 C433 President Stamford Cluhg Debate Union C433 Dormitory Senate C43, Forum C23 C33. --21 101 Ie-A ISRAEL LITWINSKY "Lit" 6155 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. VVHARTON Central High School. Chess Club. IRVING LIVINGSTON ' B E P "Liv11y" 865 WVest End Ave., New York, N. Y. XIVHARTON George Washington High School. Lacrosse Squad CII,-Glee Club C23 C39 C45- ROLLO BRUCE LLOYD E Q E srR0lIy:: IQ W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON Cleveland Heights High School. Le Cercle Francais Play H25 133, Cleveland Club. GERALD C. LODHOLZ KlJeTTy-77 5626 N. Sydenham St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Northeast High School. WILLIAM ALFRED LALANDE, JR. E E "Al" "Joe" A X E, T B Tl, 2 E 2138 W. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE South Philadelphia High School. Treasurer Priestley Chemical Society, Priest ey Chemical Society Show, Lions' Engineering Society, American Chemical Society. MATTHEW LOSCALZO "Matty" "Politician" 44.09 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Brown-Preparatory School. Circolo Italiano, Newman Club, Dues Committee 145. HERMAN ALBERT LOWE T E Liv, A B X "I-Iali' "Big Chief" 20 W. 72d St., New York, N. Y. A WHARTON Columbia Grammar School. Editorial Board "Red and Bluen C23 C31 CM, Smoker Committee Czjg Prom Ticket Committee C259 .lunior Prom Ticket Committeeg Ivy Ball Ticket Committee. HERMAN J. LUBOWITZ "Bobo" 3I7 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. --11 i021e-- 1, I, . 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Franklin Society: Cleveland Club, Pictorial Board "The Pennsylvanianu C21 C3D, Chairman QQ, Photographic Board "Red and Blue" C25 f3j, Photographic Editor C4.jg Photo- graphic Editor "Junior Annalsng Jewish Students' House Asso- ciationg Endowment Committee Czjg Dues-Committee C333 Junior Banquet Committee, Senior Blazer Committee, Chairman, Favor Committee, Ivy Ball. ROYAL SHELTON MAAS T E dv 2717 Euclid Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio WHARTON Heights High School. Cleveland Clubg Business Manager 4'Junto" C43- CARLTON ORNDOFF MACNEELY E X "Mac" 1040 Market St., Parkersburg, W. Va. WHARTON Kemper Military School. Junior Varsity Football Team Q3j C4Dg Lacrosse Team. ELIAS MAGIL A E P LGIWUC7 7 ll-Ecki! 2284 N. 5ISt St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Cen ral H1 h School Debatin Team 2 Ca tain Prtsi -r '51, A 'El CDf3J,',p C451 '- dent Central High School Club f3DQ Menorah Society C453 Avukah Society 143. .ai 103 Ia his bil LQ I W 1 lI'1'i I f I lr 1 11 1 V. 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Football Team CID, Junior Varsity Czj, Varsity Squad Q3jg Editorial Board "The Pennsylvaniann CID fzj CID, General Chairman 1927 Endowment Fund Campaign Czjg Sophomore Vigilance Committee, Wharton Personnel Committee C23 Q35 C4jg University Publicity Committee C4Jg Vice-President Franklin Society CQ, Kite and Key Society C21 C35 C413 Christian Association Cabinet C433 Senior Advisor C435 President Phi Kappa Beta Junior Societyg President Sphinx Senior Society. HARRY ABRAHAM DE MARSKY "Demar" 2Ioo S. Howard St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. --D11 104 Im-- ., , I-4 . .1 .A ,M ', 1 1 ,,11.. L., ..Q.- .1-. N. Q X ii N QNEQKXKXQ 1 'S tasty X sb A 'Me 55, kia E3 L V M,-S, -. .,,.1 A ,., .,. . Eaewem QQQEQFS Ea' 1 3 1 'GX dim 'N Ne. 'Q' ,IN 'N we 3 -xr., Ro. K x X , N"-News-,,51: , 'D ' X1 nf' 4. ' 1' -1521235 W7 X r-50133. ::.:' 1 -. . 1-111-"I . 1:4-1. :ax-:-:-.f-.-am ,: . . N : tk :saw ,.,. Q-1.-1. A" . 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' 2 .via 'RJ ll' -:C I- If I.: tlgjyllr-:I tw ,II I x f .JI z-. . ,,,,..IIQ,, 'II5.,w,' lilliflli XIII' . , . ff fig' ARNOLD D. K. MASON III T, 112 K B "Arnie,' 3OI Central Ave., Highland Park, Ill. WHARTON Deerfield Shields High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Crew CI5, Ijoflb. C25 C35 C455 Business Board "Red and Blue" C25 C35 C455 Vigilance Committee C255 Steering Committee Junior Week5 Varsity Club5 Christian Association CI5 C25 C35 C455 Assistant Manager Soccer Team C35. WILLIAM ELDREDGE MASON A E 'ID I4 Frances St., Malone, N. Y. WHARTON Franklin Academy. Friars' Senior Society5 Assistant Manager Lacrosse Team C35, Manager C455 Finance Committee Christian Association Drive CI55 Ticket Committee Sophomore Banquet5 Chairman Juni-or Banquet5 Ticket Committee Varsity "P" Ban- guet C355 Chairman Elections C455 Undergraduate Council C455 eneral Chairman Ivy Weekg Executive Committee C45. JANSEN DANNER MATHIE 404 North Ave., Girard, Ohio W HARTON Elizabeth High School. CHARLES THOMAS MAXVVELL, JR. CD E K "Charlie" 246 Wyncote Road, Jenkintown, Pa. COLLEGE William Penn Charter School. Undergraduate Council C455 As- sistant Manager Musical Clubs C355 Manager Band C455 Chairman Junior Picture Committee C353 Memorial Hall Fund Committee C355 Vice-President Christian Association C453 Chairman Strategy Committee, Memorial Hall Drive C455 Chairman Social Service Committee C45. WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL fb K III KKBUZD7 IQ W. Tulpehocken St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Soccer Team CI5, Junior Varsity C355 Assistant Editor H1927 Record"5 Undergraduate Mask and Wig Committee C25 C35 C455 Mask and Wig Show C25 C35 C45. PHILIP HAMILTON MAYER llPl,il77 107 E. Stewart Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Lansdowne High School. "Pennsylvania Triangle" C35 C455 "Moore School Record" C35 C455 "Men About Towne" Club C35 C455 Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers C15 C25 C35 C45. EDWARD J. MCALENNEY f.Ed., I 123 S. Main St., Waterbury, Conn. WHARTON Crosby High School. Editorial Board nlQ27 Recordf' WINFIELD MACLURE MCALISTER 9 X llBuS7l IOI6 South Ave., YVilkinsburg, Pa. ANI-IARTON Wilkinsburg High School. Christian Association Publicity Corn- mittee CI55 Sophomore Prom Ticket Committee C255 Interfraternity Council C35. '-:II 105 Ib-- I J, . lx l 1. I., lI I., Iliif .Ie J,- uf I Ibf. ,II I full .,. 'I ,.,, III-.I A I I I I I. I I X, III . 545. "I IIT. .Ns ,- iq :I- 'ffif' I N, SI I I .,f' 'f lift I5 I -.1 If . WWA, 'II' I .I t. ,II I fII,- Ili .ga f I 1- ,2- N.. ,N If-. I .. . ICI ,I.f.'Ii I.. ,... II? 'I,. I. II .X I . . 5, I'7ff 'II' ' I I,fQI'ff Iivkk I'-'IW -rl .II . 54719 I. II' Iftll'5'1 llxflfll 31,2 ' .' ll 5.5 I I I I 'll "fr l III HI, II .. I. .5 I.II xi Ii' ' ,..I. f1 Il "il , .. . . 5. I lv , ll l Ili l f, I' .I, , .f.III --I., II' : II.- r.X,,,.I , ,W . ,IX '71 :qu ini- .z !' . i2-- -' ,-.,- I CLAUD SEARCY MCIVER E Z, A B X "Aflac" . 4634 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Gainesville CTexas5 High School. Debating Team Ml: Secretary Debate Council, Features Board, "The Pennsylvanianng Phi Kappa Sigma Prize for Sophomore Essay. ROBERT ANTHONY MCCLEAN lKBOb!l I30 S. 58th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Friars' Senior Societyg Football Team CID, Track Team CID C23 f3j, Captain C4.Dg Holder of Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Shot-Put Record, 4.5 feet, 3M inches: Spade Man. GEORGE DOUGLAS MCDONALD CID A 9 l1DOug!! r 4.04. 4th Ave., S., Jamestown, N. Dak. WHARTON Jamestown High School. Sphinx Senior Society, Wrestling Team CID Cab fgj, Captain C4Dg Associate Editor H1927 Record", Manager Tennis Team 14.1. HARVEY KNOX MCCULLOCH E Z 'fMac" 235 Hallock St., Jamestown, N. Y. WHARTON Jamestown High School. ' FINLEY FREDERICK MCCOUBREY IIMUCIQ 2188 12th St., Troy, N. Y. WHARTON Troy High School. FRANCIS THOMAS MCGINNIS 5337 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Catholic High School. ' WILLIAM WILSON MCCLAREN ..MaC,, 62 South St., Pittsiield, Mass. ' WHARTON Connellsville High School. J. MERLIN MCLEISH A X A llMaC7! Fort Benton, Mont. WHARTON Chouteau County High School. Junior Varsity Football C25 C33 145, Senior Blazer Committee. no or -'QI 106 Ia-A V. . - f -5-y----rev-.-1 1' 'lyllQij'3i Q-A-swieil LQ! 'fjl v5.3 31.1, 'L wr 2151 T +.l'lf T: l7'X'15'Tl? wi ig I .' vt- il PW- 2 :QEIQXK-Yi QW .1 2 gli' 2 A - lu, l is QW T' i . ggfog 'Gig ' 'K Ngflll ' QL , gqislfigsiz Q' JK, 3 .hw .lla I KI? 103 I lla l l 4, , V.,.. 'lwhi .tl X. . I li X ZQQISQQ. Q ,ffl 5 'nfl wg u Ny, i 1 '-.2-,I ,. X ll! l 1,14 4 ' la? E llz 9 272' if-l'f'79k v- a K. V., I 1- ,gal . ik-lice.. Q wgipijff. x I ll ,L " -3 F.. lEJlM'Q3' goal I f 1.1 l Nt. JT. 'll' ll 3 5PQfUe'. ,r i. 1, V f .' ' f . fi . .. I 11, l :Z I ly - E VWLXX? l fffgilzlll 4 1: c..i liar! . 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WHARTON CHARLES VVINDLE MCMAHON , Z X "Wi11k" 1331 S. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior Soeietyg Board of Managers Franklin Society, Editorial Board, "The Pennsylvanianu CID C23 C3J, Editor-in-Chief C413 Freshman Cooperative Committeeg Banquet Committees CID Czbg Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg JUHlOf.W6Ck Committee C331 Council on Welfare C4Dg Council on Athletics C4,Q Undergraduate Council C455 Christian Association Cabinet C453 Wharton School Advisory Committee C415 Chairman of Publicity, Ivy Week. .IOSEPH HOWARD MECONNAHEY .1 Joe.. I7 Ave. D, Claymont, Del. COLLEGE Coatesville CPa.D High School. JOSEPH JOHN MEEHAN fi, E A lljoeif 6925 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Roman Catholic High School. Newman Club. CASPER CHARLES BAKER MEHRING lKRed7! 2601 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, Pa. WHARTON Harrisburg Technical High School. WILLIAM MENIN lKBill!! 3219 Clifford St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. Menorah Society. FREDERICK M. MENTZER Z3 II uP-Tedn 1430 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. WHARTON Harrisburg Technical High School. Endowment Drive Committee C253 Senior Blazer Committee C4.J. --21 107 Ib-- JOHN MAYER MEREDITH VV. Board St., Quakertown, Pa. Pcrkasie High School. Glee Club CID C23 C3j. HAROLD CLEMENT MERTES Cleveland, Ohio MILES WHEELER MERWIN "Smiles" 27 W. Main St., Milford, Conn. A X P COLLEGE II K A WHARTON WHARTON Mount Hermon Preparatory School. Baseball Team Cijg Pennsyl- vania-Mount Hermon Club C2D, President C31 C4J. CLARENCE MESIROV LKMezZy!1 4911 Chancellor St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. GEORGETJ. MEYERS, JR. ' IO3 S. 61st St., Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE West Philadelphia High School. American Society Mechanical Engineers. ' STANLEY WILLIAM MICHAEL Z fb E "Mike" 207 Lincoln St., Easton, Pa. WHARTON Easton High Sehoolg Perkiomen Preparatory School. Lehigh Valley Club. CHARLES EDWARD MIDGLEY, JR. E CID E :xNed:r 1 4 Hawthorne Place, Yonkers, N. Y. WHARTON Yonkers High School. Swimming Team C135 Junior Cane Com- mittee. ALBERT MILLER -:Alu 105 S. 2d St., North Wales, Pa. WHARTON North Wales High School. Wharton School Football Team C21 C35 -'ral 108 Ir'- ' ' If--' H' , I. -If " L..." .....' . - I , ,A . . ll I Y- .- I, 'II T: ., ME I' IAM l X gd, 3 M W 1 U lr I iw! lx , G. DECIUS MILLER A X A 4,823 Hazel Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Freshman Shell Creyvg Varsity Creyv Squad C254 Editorial Board ".Iunto" C35 C455 Plulomathean Society C35 C453 Arts Association C35, Secretary C45. JOHN HARRY MILLER A E fb 5430 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. A CIVIL ENGINEERING West Philadelphia High School. Football Team C35. RALPH MILLER llRedlY 79 Baldwin Ave., Newark, N. .I. COLLEGE South Side High School. WILLIAM P. MILLER "Bill" 354, S. Ioth St., Newark, N. J. WI-IARTON Central High School. Lacrosse C35 C45. RICHARD R. MYRON 4.737 Walnut St., West Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON CHAUNCEY L. MITCHELL, JR. 9 A X "Mitch" Ivliller Road, Mahwah, N. .I. WI-IARTON Clason Military Academy. Crew CI5, 150-lb. C25 C35 C455 Vigilance Committeeg "Junior Annals", Junior Prom Committee. CLELLAND LEIGH MITCHELL 42 M 2 24.31 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Northeast Hi h School. Manager Chess Teamg Memorial Hall Committee, Cl-hess Club. VVILLIANI ALBERT IVIOBIUS A X A Summit, N. .I. WHARTON -:II 109 IE-' C . .l .-rl? l x 1 v IM . M, I rn, .I .lull- . lil, xilfxli-'. .h iq 1 -'ill IC ll7'. 1,1 I Hifi , - I Wifi' .. I-"lg, ll' 1,l I I I x X I 1 X 1 4 'IIA' W! '. I '11 ii J gn I if". I, -fir ill -Q LR'l'k I- In . wr I 1 l 1 -, t. 11'-fi 2 ,. . x .K I T52 'y I 'H . ll... L 1 HERMAN MARTIN MODELL fb B A 818 S. 60th St., Philadelphia, Pa. VVHARTON CHARLES NELSON MOFFETT A 2 112 "Charlie" 39 Greenheld Ave., Ardmore, Pa. COLLEGE Lower Merion Hi h School. A A ia i n Exe u 'v g rts ssoei t o c CI e Council C435 Glee Club CID C215 Mask and Wig Singing Chorus C3J. WALTER NORMAN MOLDAWER 1610 Ruscomb St., Philadelphia, Pa. UNIVERSITY University Band CID C25 C355 University Orchestra C4,J. JOHN MEAD MONTGOMERY Z X11 "Jack" "Montie', 420 Church St., Evanston, Ill. WHARTON Evanston Township High School. Track Team CIDQ Swimming Team CID Czjg Business Board "The Pennsylvaniann CID Czj C35 C4.jg Sophomore Vigilance Cornmitteeg Sophomore Prom Committeeg "Junior Annals" Board. EDWARD JOSEPH MOORE, JR. 74 Park Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. WHARTON Wilkes-Barre High School. Luzerne County Clubg Newman Club. JOSEPH DONALD MOORE 112 A T CIDOTLS! 515 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. WI-IARTON ROLAND LEE MOORE CIHiCk33 4907 Pulaska Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ARCHITECTURE Germantown High School.. Architectural Society, Representative C3-J on Student Body AssocIatIon of the Architectural Department, Vice-President Lemon Architectural Class. STEVENSON MOORE, JR. A III ccstevepy zzpopv 57 Austin St., Chicopee, Mass. VETERINARY Chieopee High School. 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WHARTON Erasmus High School. Junior Varsity Football C25 C355 Lacrosse C35 C45- .IOLIS AFFREDO MORALES 51 Sol St., San Juan, Porto Rico WHAR1-ON EUGENE FRANCIS MORGAN B I' E 309 Henry St., Belle Vernon, Pa. WHARTON Moncssen High School. ROBERT SPRINGER MORGAN E N KKBOb!7 KKR0.yl7 309 Henry St., Belle Vernon, Pa. WHARTON Monessen High School. Mask and Wig Dancing Chorus C35. GEORGE MORTIMER MORRISON 1lNeufl! KACID 341 Hastings St., South Williamsport, Pa. South Williamsport High School. Lycoming County GEORGE T. MORROW "Rode" 4.310 Robinson St., Duluth, Minn. Duluth Central High School. Golf Team C25 C35, Ca NORMAN PETER MORTENSEN "Mortie" Ellwood City, Pa. Ellwoocl City High School. WHARTON Club. E X WHARTON Drain C15 C45- AcAc1A WHARTON ROBERT BERNARD MULLER 9 X, A X E, E T flBob7Y 5220 VValnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.. TOWNE West Philadelphia High School. Hexagon Senior Society: Alcmbic Senior Societyg President "Men About Towne" Club C Wig Show C25 C353 Engineers' Show C25 C35 C45. A-21 111 12- 45g Mask and Q. JOHN ALFRED INIULLIGAN "Jack" 620 XV. Sedgwick St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHAR1-oN Germantown High School. Crew C355 Editor H1927 Record"g Blazer Committee 143g Philomathean Society CID Q21 C33 QQ, Glce Club Q33 141. NATHAN NORMAN NAIMAN lib E A "Nat" "Beagle" 163 Orceton Parkway, East Orange, N. J. WHARTON Chairman Entertainment Committeeg Ticket Committee, Junior Weekg Sophomore Banquet Committee, Endowment Drive. TEE HARRY NATELSON 205 W. Grand St., Elizabeth, N. LI. COLLEGE ABRAHAM NATHANSON CIAZY7 1843 N. 60th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. Central High School Clubg Menorah Society ROBERT VVEIR NAUSS A X A llBob!9 215 Washington St., Gloucester, Mass. COLLEGE Third Varsity Crew C3Dg 150-pound Crew C4j. - JACK RAYMOND NAYLOR 2 X "Jack" 2345 College Ave., Berkeley, Calif. WHARTON East High School, Salt Lake City, Utah. Football Team CID. WILSON RITTENHOUSE NEISSER "Bill" 9 T sz, H K N Crozer Campus, Chester, Pa. i ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING West Philadelphia High School. .American Institute Electrical Engineers' Societyg Lions' Engineering Society. HAROLD DAVID NEUMAN A X A KlBaIdy7? I 830 W. Market St., York, Pa. WHARTON Rutgers Preparatory School. --21 112 Ib-' WINFIELD DEWITT NEVIUS A T SZ NNW., 126 N. Seward Ave., Auburn, N. Y. VVHARTON Auburn Academic High. Freshman Crew C155 150-Ib. Varsity Crew C25 C35 C455 Christian Association Cabinet. .IOSEPI-I NEUBURGER zo Freeland, Pa. WHARTON DAVID GILBERT NEUMAN "Deege" 5419 Wynnelield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. Central High School Clubg Menorah Society. ELLERY WILLIS NEWTON K A fb "Newt" 620 Olympic Place, Seattle, Wash. WHARTON Scales Society, Glee Clubg .Iunior Prom Ticket Committee C355 Clee Club C25 C35, Vice-President C453 Publicity Manager "Pina- fore" C355 Production Committee "Mikado" C45g Rocky Mountain Club, "Red and Blue" Quartet. FRANKLIN M. NICE 3D K A CID "Frank" III S. 4th St., Hamburg, Pa. WHARTON Hamburg High School. Symphonic Societyg Le Cercle Francais C15 C25: Band C451 Orchestra C15 C25 C35 C45- ALEXANDER S. NOCTON E N ilAlexH 6012 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON .Iunior Varsity Soccer C25 C355 Varsity Lacrosse C35. WARREN LESLIE NORCROSS 339 N. 53d St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION West Philadelphia High School. American Society of Civil Engi- neers: "Men About Towne" Clubg Education Clubg "Men About Townel' Club Show C15 C25 C35 C45. WILLIAM PHILIPSBORN NORDLINGER 1933 19th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. WHARTON Mal 113 Ir-- HUGO ROBERT NORMAN :rNoTm1s 6157 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. V WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. JACK MORTON NUGENT "Jack" Lancaster and Station Aves., Ardmore, Pa. WHARTON Lower Merion High School. Spanish Club. LOUIS EMERSON NUNGESSER A T ..LOu,, .Togo ..MiSty,, V 14,47 Glenwood Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Erasmus Hall. Lacrosse Team Czjg Freshman Lacrosse Team Cljg Junior Prom Committee, Fog Club'C3D, President Q4.jg Song and Dance Society C35 f4JQ Mask and Wig Dancing Chorus 14.1. ALBERT NYLUND, JR. 9 E HAZ!! 5931 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Northeast High School. Junior Varsity Crew, Vice-President Kite and Key Chapter Blue Key Societyg Editor "Freshman Handbook" C2Dg Endowment Drive Committee, Northeast High School Club UD C27- HERBERT J. OEHRLEIN "Herbie" 1840 Bathgate Ave., Bronx, N. Y. WHARTON Stuyvesant 'High School. HENRY BARTON OFF 314 N. Duval St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Germantown High School. Editor H1927 Record", Penniman Bowl Committee C459 Assistant Manager Boxing Team C3J, Manager C4,Jg Mask and Wig Show Q4.D. GORDON BRUCE OKUM Moak!! Nokia! - 600 S. 494511 st., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. E CHARLES B. OLER H K N, T B II "Oler" "Charley" Woodbury Heights, N. J. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Woodbury High School. 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T, U 1 .Q X .1 17: M 1 .5 .. 1 11 .11 .. , 1 - - 1- JAMES PATRICK O'NEII..L "Irish" IOQ S. Avolyn Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. WHARTON Atlantic City High School. DOUGLAS ORANGERS A T Q nDOugu Fort Washington, Pa. COLLEGE Ambler Preparatory School. Assistant Manager Golf Team C3JQ Editorial Board "Red and Blue" C23 Cal C455 Sophomore Banquet Committee, Mask and Wig Dancing C orus "Joan of Arkansas." VVALLACE G. PALMER, JR. A K E "Wally" 293 Goundry St., North Tonavvanda, N. Y. FINE ARTS Nichols Preparatory School. Friars' Senior Society, "Punch Bowlv C21 C3D, Editor-in-Chief C415 "Red and Blue" C3D, Art Editor C4Dg Art Editor "Junior Annals"g Secretary Architectural Class of 1927 CID C25 C35 C4,Q Scales Society, Franklin Society, Undergraduate Councilg Glee Club CID Czj. HOWARD BURNETT PARDEE ii, K T "Howie" "How" Short Beach, Conn. WHARTON New Haven High School, Branford High School. Glce Club C35 C415 Chess Club C4D. SAMUEL WILLIAM PARKE B 9 H lfsamil 6016 Jefferson St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg Football Team CID, Varsity C23 C35 C455 Lacrosse Team C25 C3j, Captain C413 Class Vice-President Cljg Varsity Club. HENRY LESLIE PARLETTE, JR. "Battling" "Ted" Manchester Ave., Moylan, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Swarthmore High School. Editorial Board "Pennsylvania Tri- angle", American Society Mechanical Engineers, Whitney Engi- neering Society. HENRY CLINTON PARRENT, JR. A K E "Clint" 1713 West End Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ARCHITECTURE Peabody Demonstration School. RICHARD SHRODER PATEK ..DiCk,, r.RiCb,, UPM1, 608 Hackett Ave., Milwaukee, VVis. WHARTON gfgilfyaukee Country Day Schoolg Riverside High School. Wisconsin u . 1111 115 In-1 ,11. 1 . ..1h------ - ---- I - 1 .. . .,,1 .- 1' W .1 I 1 1 I ,311 1,5 '11f1'- .. 1 I . f I X J '1 -1 ,1 1 il r I 1,1 1 f 1 LH .1 111' 1 1 I 11QJ,. '11 .CX . 'I ,111 11.1111 .fl ,111 .4 I 1, -, ,Wk " 1 111 WL 1 1 , 1 11.1111 ,fo I: .w ll' 119' 1' '11 1 .11 ' P, .1 1 T1 .1l1 I 1 111 11, 1 .11 J 1 1,, '..1 V JOSEPH FIELDING PATTEN B 9 II 867 IV. I8ISf St., New York, N. Y. VVHARTON George Washington High School. Junior Week Committee, Kite anjd Key Chapter, Blue Key Society Czl, Secretary 133, Treasurer C4 - RICHARD HENRY PAUL liDiCk!7 6767 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. VV 1-IARTON Germantown High School. SAMUEL ISRAEL PAYES "Sam" "Dutch" V 5727 N. Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Northeast High School. Chess Club, Menorah Society, .lewislx Students' House Association. CHARLES RUSSEL PAYNE 111 A 9 "Russ" ' 4135 Flor al Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio VVHARTON Withrow High School. Varsity Club, Track Team C35 C435 Cross Country Team C455 Olympic Team, Paris 1924, Fourth in I. A. 3i1A.Eimgle Run, National Steeplechase Champion 1925, President IO U . EDWIN CHAPMAN PEASE A X P, A B X ..Ed,, ..Epee,, Ellington, Conn. ' WHARTON Mount Herman Preparatory School. Franklin Society, Assistant Columnist "The Pennsylvaniann, Editorial Board "Red and Blue", Secretary Undergraduate Council, "Junior Annals" C35, President Pennsylvania-Mount Hermon Club, Christian Association Cabinet. MORTON PEARLSTINE PHILLIP VAN WAGENEN PECK KID I' A llpbilll b 3107 Cathedral Ave., Washington, D. C. COLLEGE DeWitt Preparatory School. Capital City Club CID C29 Cgj, Vice- President C4J, Assistant Manager Tennis Team 135, Associate Manager C4,J. SAMUEL ERNEST PELSON .-21 116 Ia- .Q Q: 1 NJ Q. Xe, .- xgitlqg 45,3 Qi INN, 1 rl IIHSULPQQ ,Sm r--- 2 Mila lliawiilf IL: dtfli ' F3 w '1' ftlffysrzi if 5, .Inj ij, WSFEN, r-'Sk . ,I K ,xQ1',',! .,,, I Elilii-El ,Z at G Y' 3 -,-. ,xg tr 1? AIN' . 7 I If Q 1, J' U ,i if II-Iliff. r .-fa 'l 'iffgfji Wi si Wfzf' IRIN- 2, .N I kxflzl' I ri li 'YS I I - 1 if I WIIFL- ' A I ' v ,r 1W'ljig?.,r .I , ,I LAT! 4 it I .,',-gig -.I liileslttlflfi I' lla! 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WHARTON Allentown High School. Lehigh Valley Club, Vice-President C33, President C455 Rally Committee C419 Cabinet Member Jewish Students' Association. ISAAC FRANKLIN PERSKY E 'I' fb liperltil 411871 145 Brown Ave., Holyoke, Mass. W HARTON Holyoke High School. Junior Dues Committeeg Spanish Clulo. LYNN ALLEN PETERSON A XP "Pete" 39 Graves St., Union City, Pa. VETEIIINAIQH' Union City High School. Vice-President Veterinary Class fijg Veterinary Medical Society. SILVE FRANCIS PETRELL llPete57 234 W. Main St., Frankfort, N. Y. W1-IARTON Frankfort High School. THEODORE JOSEPH PHILLIPS, JR. lKTed57 ClTT1:p,7 318 6th St., N. W., Canton, Ohio Wi-IARTON McKinley High School. Mask and Wig Show CID C4j. HAROLD STANLEY PLANK 46 W. Curtin St., Penbrook, Harrisburg, Pa. WHARTON HarrishurgTechnical High School. Reformed Students, Committeeg Christian Association Deputationsg Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Scahbarcl and Blade. SAM COLLINS PLUMMER E X 5839 Washington Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.. W HARTON West Philadelphia High School. HORACE IRVIN POLEMAN LID B K "All-Out" 402 Green Lane, Roxborough, Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Germantown High School. Philomathean Societyg Classics Club. 'q117k 'IW' ,f ,L We M J. I I , I ,Ig MI III'I,j' , .MI flilfifil l V. III In-'V' L- fx -M ' 23355 'IIA III , I,-SAll2,Tx lim 142, 'lI.gI,gI z II 'SQ -VJI l :il I IWM II: II I IGI I-ge M NW l- kde R .I,fIlIlNIJI l .-II." I ,., II. .I,.. 'I'-..,I . X, 4. I II' QI. ..II, -.I I.-II. ,I .Ile 'jf,II IIWQI 1-I f' , I I' I ,I IL III. ,III A III II-I I' W1 I lv I I I fn, .. II.--II , ,, LlIl WI I '. ...I - I I7 IV' V' lc 'I llIIf .K ll MH I Ill IX W, -,, I I L .Il I. If .I ,H I I I f I 'Ii' L ,IMI N fn .I, gal' 4, nfI,III I 1 I Il'P"iII'I I I I XVALTER H. POOLE 5725 Broomall Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ARCHITECTURE Southern High School. Art Associate H1927 Record." HARRY POMERANTZ 9 A CP rcpomym 9 4141 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. VVHARTON Central High School. Penn Boxing Team C3JQ Menorah Society. HAROLD MILTON POST 9 X "Pete" 704 Belmont Ave., Collingswood, N. J. WHARTON Collingswood High School. Commuters' Club. MYRON SIDNEY PRAGER Roswell, N. Mex. WHARTON MALCOLM G. PRESTON IO65 Camulos St., Los Angeles, Calif. WHARTON Girard College. Girard College Club, President C3JQ Band C3j C435 Orchestra C3j. JOHN BRADEN QUICKSALL CIP K T, A M H S2 "Braden E. 216 15th Ave., N., St. Petersburg, Fla. COLLEGE West Philadelphia Hi h School. Rifle Team Cljg Junior Week Committee C3Jg West Pi-hiladelphia High School Club. GEORGE WILLIAM QUINN 20 Henry St., Manchester, Conn. n WHARTON Hartford High School. SHALON RALPH II M E IlRalpl,l, 6318 Pafschall Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. we va - - - 4- f--T1-sv ----.4 .-.Q I Q. l 'T' ."'. 1 IMI .1 I "N5'1.1' fs 'E 1 , -' 'mn 'Ill -Xa? I ip' I ' 3111" ge my vi'- V12 Q: iw 132 1 'GI .Phil f::1. J V: QQ .l'1 1 ' ll wil W 'ffl I., . Qwiilyfl -1, H ,fn-' W 1-1 5 4 .. ,J .4 I V. .1 ., 1 1.-74 F. -, 19 1' lm I '1' Q .xalyew .f 1, f 1 1 -.2 1 gfihwisrg 1' vi I D51 -' 'F 311.2 lleyprlz lf 1 isle.: My ,ill Q ll iff ville? E 1 -M ,xl 1 mf 1 -1 X ,IW 1 C, . lizsl l icy, l i',....v 'IVV Hillel ,J ',,, 3 fij 1 l.',Q1' I lip' "1" ' 'wail ltdgl-,l ' iw all 2 ll ra M 1 ul wwf- 1 ww W2 l 1 .li Q griillfkal if 1, I.,-:I E3 lei' 4 I 5 All . 1. I 5 1' f-3 1715. fail 11 COLLEGE -15' West Philadelphia High School. Cross Country Team C352 Priestlcy ,-yi-f,. Club CID C25 C33 C4Dg Le Cercle Francais C23 C3Jg Chess Club Crj. Er Im 4 i V M Fmllkfi lfeqfad ,, ,, .--L .... ...,-. ,I..,-L.,,.. . .... . Y . - 1 W I ,,., wir. 435, 3 r I -Q1 C118 12-1 F ll 'K I -. -' A . ws' I I I"-j 1 Il I ., 1' A ANDREW JOHNSTON RANKIN T B II lKAndy!! 1334. W. Clearfield St., Philadelphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Northeast High School. Student Branch American Society Me- chanical Engineers, Northeast High School Club. ARTHUR C. RAUP lKTublIylY 5I5 N. Front St., Milton, Pa. WI-IARTON Milton High'School. Orchestra CI5 C25 C35 C4,5g Memorial Fund Drive, Christian Association. WILLIAM THACKARA READ, JR. 111 A 9 "Bill" 514 Cooper St., Camden, N. J. COLLEGE William Penn Charter School. Mask and Wig Club C25 C35 C45, Secretary and Treasurer C455 Mask and Wig C25 C35. ROBERT RUSSELL REBELE E N KKB0b77 94.0 Highland Road, Pelham Manor, N. Y. WHARTON Passaic High School. Glce Club C35 C45g Assistant Manager Golf Team C35, Manager C455 Mask and Wig Show C35 C45. FREDERICK GUSTAVE REHNER E H "Fritz" "Shorty" "Fred" 28 E. 21st St., Erie, Pa. WHARTON Erie Academy High School. Erie Club C35 C45, President C353 Band CI5 C25 C35 C459 Interfraternity Council C45. JAMES STUART REID sxjimmyyr 24.2 W. Clapier St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Varsity Squash Team C35 C45. CHARLES G. REINHART KKJe.H'!7 309 E. Broad St., Quakertown, Pa. WHARTON Quakertown High School. JOHN P. REINTHAL - 112 E II "Johnnie" 333 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. WHARTON Columbia Grammar School, New York, N. Y. Junior Varsity Foot- ball Team C35g Varsiti Boxing Team C35 C454 Junior Banquet Ticket Commxtteeg Orc cstra CI5 C25 C35 C453 Band CI5 C25 C35 C45. --11 119 Ie-- .-.X 'l I ,H fi ,' iT'j"- ' ' ig. UT?" A L-'Iffif-iL'Q1figQ"' iw I KQYWP . Fl "N if V 'ff f ' ...- Q. N- Ir ri' iii LVLT .I -2 - A Tiff- ,QQ lift' , :Elf " iQ.s11Y5?Ei.." C., Y' -E T-I -- -'-, .L i-sei?-.ff-i' A . 41- J' Ifffi ,I ,,'. 7 I, .'Igg? ri-i A' ' I . I v I ,K-I I W ILBUR hl. RENIH 2. Z lk:-X ya II ' .1 rzwebyy qxiqyi 1"'f'l I' I 56 Lexington Ave., Mansheld, ohio " 'A A- WI-IARTON ll vi f l Manslield High School. Endowment Fund Committee. 'fat ,vi ATT' M: T1 -K, ALEXANDER HARDCASTLE REYNOLDS, JR. ,I. I "Lex" A X P, T B II 'ff 4630 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' H' MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 'Ati West Philadelphia High School.. Track Team C153 Track Squad C25 fit Q1 C35:AASs1stant Photographic Edxtor H1927 Record" C453 "Pennsyl- I', IJ vanra Triangle" Board C35, Editor for Alumni C45,.Sen1or Dues IQ,-gl WIN' Comtmitteeg American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice- ynq President Christian Association C45. If 'Ki I 1 ,L ef 3 If 'I7-211 Jn- 14 . ALLAN LAKE RICE if B K J. -. 'Ii fl! "Dick" . 4217 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 3'f2:,I, COLLEGE J .Q-l 3-V West'Philadelphia High School. Christian Association Cabinetg I 11 w1'L'gI Schlercher German Award, Third Prize C255 Der Deutsche Verein jg' C25 C455 Le Cercle Francais C459 Reserve Officers' Training Corps C25 . . ,. -et I L' l Hifi I.1g,'.m 51,- iv' I I AIISIEEII WILLARD WEANER RINDLAUB Ilsgt .rRj'ndyv ug Downmgtown, Pa. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Downingtown High School. Associate Editor "Moore School p'AfIfIj?A Record" C453 Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers C35 C45- Pi II-.. i f! 1 I' IJ I II lofi l' M, I FORREST HETH RIORDAN, JR. E 111 E . "Snake" 5915 Webster St., Philadelphia, Pa. ig, I ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 4'.4.NI I II-,M Pennsylvania State College. American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, President C45g Moore School Honor Key. MEI N, I 'J..K!,r gi I '1 ill:-wfgfgi aiisi fip MYRON EDWARD ROBERTS 9 X 3, 290 Lora Ave., Youngstown, Ohio j1iIf'l:2-'ij WHARTON 1l",7,'xI,lIIT Rayen School, Youngstown, Ohio. II' I-" ii.: i'IQlj , als: I, I. , I ,I Ia 'Iliff . .. , . I W .:' Y "j-lf, 1. EDWARD ROSENBERG z I III I iff "Eddie" V 5010 City Line Ave., Bala, Pa. ' 3.4. you W1-IARTON j ' K Northeast High School, Philadelphia. E.:F.Ij.-Q l ljlfg li fi fu MAX D. ROSENBERG ccMaC1s HDOCU I I A 'I 32 Fleming Ave., Newark, N. J. I., , I COLLEGE Ii... WL ." Barringer High School. fi A he ' fair ii 1 ".I I . . . L., . , ...,.-. .I - I - 1--.f-7 - ,. Q-15-'il' -T., 3 . , L: ,If1L"Qq,,. P'-'.m"I I':l'fiE"'9'h.'h J i:95j'LIf . ri--fi 'ipiiI"H3lII3,"if7"ii5 'Q ig CQ ' lllfwiff .1 !3h"'-'-'f4fQufl"',L:jnn.1-ai, -Q'- 1 ,. -I ,L l V I,-N, V, .M QQHL itifijlb J,-1M ,E .D ..,1.,: ,,, 5, , ,. 43--.1 1' , .irie ?"v1Ti' ' - T --QI 120 Ib-I ri 13' 5 ' ili535?'fi Q'-'I' IJ Y 'Iii TY-it ffl' I,-7 IIQ,I.I I Hifi 'i'2iYIif'IfA'i 'I' .gif " W1 'X DWI fi i A ft li 575551. III' -If . I .' v7l.'I l I I--In II' R- I.. Wifi'l ?iifII,H' 2,144 .I y,:-1-IN.. X 'W I' .JI ' f Ai ,III I .II -A Pill FI ' f 24,415 I I'ZiQ.f iefl 11.4 Wifi!-ETII I' --LH .I I, ,N 3, It Igag 'Y Q? -III 111.2 KI' KIXEJII I 2155475 it I It I.. .WI-" il liallifl' - ,III . I 'L.If-CE". W ., QI +I I ,ia F- ' "If ul' ,IP I J .xx if:'7I."LI .lsfiff - if 'iff' LV. 7. iii' I' f lif I.. fi .alt .fil lf' I-.M I Qs:-'ka I I, , , I I'l , l' 3 ,f FIT-' , SIGMOND ROSENBERG "Rosie" 291 Brundid St., Troy, Ala. - WHARTON Troy High School. MORTIMER B. ROSENBERGER E T fb "Morly" 228 S. Melville St., Philadelphia, Pa. W1-1ARToN West Philadelphia High School. Freshman-Sophomore Love-Feast Committee C252 Endowment Drive Committee CZDQ Christian Assof ciation Drive Committee C25 C355 Vice-President Jewish Students' Association C435 Jewish Sbuclents' House Associationg Secretary West Philadelphia High School Club Czj. RAYMOND ABRAHAM ROSENTHAL fb B A ..Rayn uRoSy,, 31 Roxbury St., Worcester, Mass. WHARTON Classic High School. HOPKIN THOMAS ROWLANDS "Hop" ACACIA, K fb K 8 Abbott St., Plains, Pa. EDUCATION Mansfield State Normal School. President Luzerne County Cluhg Honor Council, School of Education. , MANNY C. ROTTENBERG 111 Z A 6lRud-y-If 1377 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Boys' High School. Varsity Boxing Team C3D. MEYER H. RUBENSTEIN T A CID ClHa7n7Y Q05 N. Belmont Ave., Richmond, Va. WHARTON Baltimore City College. Freshman Lacrosse Team C1D, Junior Varsity C3DQ Advertising Manager H1927 Record" C435 Senior Blazer Committee. ALFRED A. RUDOLPH V HAZ!! 5661 Lebanon Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Cross-Country Squad Czj. JOSEPH MARLOW RYAN Boston, Mass. WHARTON -al 121 Ie-- r 1 fi' .5 1 - I I . li i -C I 9 .fill ig, , I . , . , I lf Lig- l ',l3Qf'1 fi 'L IW ll il - 4, ., 1. ' ,war xv gg,-,Q 5.3.31 1.31, "J I ffi"l 1,WCif-.I 1. ll fn 1 ,-w wt i'ilf1yllfQfp , x" in .2254 :elif may ixialivgl ",,i'i'y,l1', Q 113 lid? 12- 52. M191 l1fell52l'tl , , . I big la lt 'tl pg n , ,my l. 3 llfl Will 3 if if. JL 5 tim if?"- 51,-KLQ l F'li5i" I "i F"' 1 I 91.5 lfE:'f0l5lv l liilff fl ,. 3 , ., : I 4 1 fl fl li.l?5:2-Yi 5'faXwf,, 5-T fl l 5114531 !,.05:' l A,-5 Q i+flIi"fl if HT- I 4 nf f :ti f li 2 fl11!ll,d"1..2i 1, .J 4 'L ll .1 ' r 'I ly l,2:f?5?l :gig Hyfigr' ll'ilfll Eel ' 51 '. 'T' 1.fj.v?g- ,JA x Pig- ' 'CA 4 iq ll in E of' E155 , If , W :Q-gfftii it 'agltiif I L r - "Q, I -1 t ' ,Q-,C HSL- 'v -3' :ua " 'fic ' ,- 1 -13:4 2,12 .i1-- ,eff-A.. H ?'v'll fn-f HARRH BIAURICE SABLOSKY KID A "Harry" 1 I5 VV. Nlain St., Norristown, Pa. VVHARTON MILTON MAURICE SODAFSKY "Milt" "Sodey', 141 Blue Hills Ave., Hartford, Conn. VVHARTON Hartford High School. PromATiclcet Committee C35g Hartford County Club, Le Circle Francais. JEROME W. SACAL "Jerry" Q5 Canner St., New Haven, Conn. VVHARTON New Haven High School. S. ELDRIEGE SAMPLINER Z B 'I' lKSaTnpy7! 2295 Chathelcl Drive, Cleveland Heights, Ohio . WHARTON University School, Shaker .Heights, Ohio. Franklin Society C453 Varsity Rifle Squad C355 Rifle Team C455 Debating Team C35 C453 Business Spoon, "Punch Bowl" C35 C455 Business Board, "Red and Blue" C25 C35, Circulation Manager C455 Advertising Manager "Junior Class Annalsug Sophomore Picture Committee C253 Junior Prom Ticket Committee C355 Rally Committee C453 Clee Club C455 Dramatic Club C25 C35 C459 Cleveland Club CI5, Vice-President C25, President C35 C455 Ohio Club C15, Secretary-Treasurer Cz5, Vice- President C35 C45. RAYMOND SAMUELS K N IlRay!7 llBOgie7! 3X7 W. 99th St., New York, N. Y. . WHARTON Asheville CN. C.5 High School, East Orange High School. Secretary Franklin Society, Business Spoon, "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C45Q Editor-in-Chief, H1927 Recordng Sophomore Vigilance Committee, Junior Banquet Committee, Senior Rally Committee. WARREN SIGMUND SAMUELS Z B T 4,28 Liberty St., Newburgh, N. Y. ' WHARTON Newburgh Academy. WILLIAM ALBERT SANDERS "Walbert" 43 N. 52d St., Philadelphia, Pa. . COLLEGE West Philadelphia High School. Philomathean Society C25, Scriba C35 C45- THEODORE ABNER SANDQUIST 6 A X "Sandy" "1lfIiser" 38 Fernleaf Ave., Longmeadow, Nlass. WHARTON Springfield Technical High School. Glee Club C25 C35 C455 Spring- field Club C25 C35 C45. I . . ,- ,. cm ,,,..a... W. ....a.,..,-.,.- ....v, .A--. 7-1 .--gr'-.. f""'f"-""'n.f' -, -..,,.,-' ...,.w-,-- ....-,..m,,,...,+...,..,.,.,....,.-.. --..,,,,,..,-.........,..,.,,...,,..,,-...,.?,,,a..., ...Y. . W-.. ... ., 1. .J . , , -v k M- T, V , ,A N------ae' A1 if-ww ' 12-'X-.'." -'auf . sixexavf ww re- V ' ..,, I .W ., .,,.- , ,...C , if 1. - ,. 2 Eff? ML ,1 i:..:4:a2sLa 4211261 . gferg- ' I . C . . . . . ., C 7' 'f5lf"'f':'f-'rffj . - . nw I v- F' . . . is , 'v ' ' F" ' C I uf , .' - 14-'-f ' . 4 . .h .ve-1 ,. ,jr-,-.. A . ,,::5x - -"vf,,-a- -ef-. ---V ii 5 .1115 A5-tg-1. ..i4:3.,g-bl . J ...W .... , , , A . V.. f,.-.N, .1s5L...,i- , -- . .,..... v , I 1.0, .V I-i iv,- tiff: ...WCC .-Ni.. f.........,,a.....Qaa -Daa....,..a............,D.,a2.....,..,...s...-,,4a:a.a1:-.ai-.1 af.. - , ...ta ,-.2 -2..:.,a-aaa, 1, ,QI 122 Ib-- lfjzi T... I H . v- 4. DSI? el -. '-:EN -ff ,. 'C aft' Fl :ii R-'iii Q. 'T ' 'fl' W.. '2 lf f ll NL., 'jr ,'j eil T 55323 !"..ikl-2" r fl' iff . -.lla lil . I5-E-liz ill liibi lffifvlllrl A I fs: Sllliil ,.. iii s,f.,5w 'Vt 'l I ' ' Q7 , 5525 will Qs, gl il' FS il' H . . j 'rim' . LFHEEJQE' Iilxlp mga lf pie' 'MF' ll? "gl -fm 552' 'Qi 5 -all ,, 1,. .. vm. '92, '-14: gm lift' tl":iQSel ww. ' l i. lv:-: T"r"'. N62 yr. . ,, , iii: " QW .V , ' 5 al ililf' fu,-' ez JSVZH 1 , , tg:'FQm ggqvw so . . JL., ,A Q. 4' -4 f.jf.'fului,' 1 ..-. . , I VHA I . I l I HAROLD JAMES SAXON Klsaxf! 4717 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. - WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Track Team CI3 C23 C33 C435 Swimming Team CI3g Gym Team C43. JAMES WATSON SCANLON "Jimmie" Main St., Moscow, Pa. WHARTON Moscow Hi h School. Lackawanna County Club CI3 C23 C33 C433 Newman Cab CI3 C23 C33 C43. JOHN M. SCHAEFFER A T KCJack!! 5 Park Road, Maplewood, N. J. WHARTON South Orange High School. Sphinx Senior Society, Track Squad C33 C435 Assistant Manager Football Team C33, Manager C435 Varsity Club C43g Undergraduate Council. HERBERT T. SCHAIN Berwick, Pa. WI-IARTON ABRAHAM SCHERZEY r.Abe,, 1206 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON South Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society. ROBERT SCHILDKRAUT T E 112 "Bob" "Scbill" Central Ave. and Linden St., Woodmere, N. Y. WHARTON Far Rockaway High School. CARL BUSH SCHMICKLY fb H 112 "Nick" 824 Maple St., Bethlehem, Pa. WHARTON Bethlehem High School. Lehigh Valley Club, Band CI3 C23 C33 C43: University Settlement House CI3. HERMAN E. SCHMIDT "Scbwatt" 264 Burwood Ave., Camden, N. J. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Carnden High School. American Societv of Mechanical Engineers C11 C33 C43: Camden Club C23 C33 C435 Whitney Engineering Society. -'al 123i Ie-A SHEPARD B. SCHWARTZ H A fir .. 1, Shep Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, Tenn. COLLEGE McCallie School. Crew C15 C25g Photographic Board, "Red and Blue"g Junior Week Committee. BERMAN SCHOENFELD, JR. Z B T "Baron,' 1220 2ISt Ave., N., Seattle, Wash. 'Wi-1ARTON Broadway High Schoolg Transfer from University of Washington. Editorial Board, "Red and Blue" C35 C45. FRANK P. SCHWARTZ 9 X 3817 Spruce St., Waterbury, Conn. WHARTON Mount Hermon School, Mount Hermon, Mass. Editorial Board, "Red and Blue", Pennsylvania-Mount I-lermon Club. PAUL CARL SCHRAY A X E, T B II lKPete7J KlTiny5, KfJ0e77 4.512 N. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMICAL ENG1NEER1NG Northeast High School. Alembic Societyg "Men About Towne" Club C35 C455 Priestley Club, Band C25 C35 C45. JAQUES SCHOLLE E A M "Jack" "Scole" Ridge St., Port Chester, N. Y. COLLEGE Barnard School, New York, N. Y. Baseball Team CI5, Varsity C25 C35g Junior Varsity Football C251 Winner Freshman-Sophomore goxing ,Contest, Penniman Bowl C15g Business Associate, H1927 ecor . MELVIN BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ E A H llMelJ7 66 Hoyt St., Buffalo, N. Y. COLLEGE Lafayette'High School. Junior Prom Ticket Committee C35g Rally Committee C45. EDGAR BAECHLE SNYDER 17061, 4.2 Nice St., Frackville, Pa. ' CHEMISTRY Pottsville High School. Priestley Club C15 C35 C455 Chairman Music Committee C25, Lutheran Students' Executive Committee C25g Spanish Club C15 C25 C35g Dormitory Representative C453 Chapel Organist C15 C25 C35. SIDNEY A. SCHWARTZ "Scbwarlzie" "Sasco" 5840 Beacon St., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHARTON Peabody High School. Junior Prom Ticket Committee C35. 1-ai 124 Ia- 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 N x -lf ' F' 1 ,x" 1 A , ix, .1 1.4'f'i"TY - 1 1 -1 NX 1 1'111'f'-'11 1 1k 1.1 ,1 16214 -K 3 fi-il 1 ' V1 "l 1?- - 1'i1 K- 3 ,1 11 I ,MW QS?" 631.1 1 ,sg 5 111204, 1 1, 1 lx: 1 '5 13111 5 ' U1 -1 l 11. 1 C1 . f 1' 1411 1 1 1 . 1 ,51 1115?-1 lore? 1 1 ' ' TCW: 1 NA 1 2 "7-ilzf-111 l 11,1e.. 1, , i if 5 5 ' Wigs 11111-1 1 ' V1 ' 'J 1 C141 : 1 ,11 V. 1121 1 15 I 1 '5"f1'31 13 1 1-1. 1 1.- ,' ,UP 1 1 l 5 1 .11 .115--N5 1 11 1 1 1, -1 11 1-17 1 ,z 'uw A 111 1 1-11,-. 1 C131 Hip 21' 1 , P111 1 Qa11,- wait 1 15,1 ' "T l l it if Q1 1 ' ap-, KCA 111-5- 115-1121, l ,CW 1 I 1 A 1 glifl 11 1,11 ,KN 1 V511 li 1 11 119511, . 111 X 1, gg. 1115 1 1 3 P 1 41,1119 1 .,1,,N I WU -'1 1. CCI ' 111 1111 1 111, 1,1 'if 1' 1. Q ' f-11 1111 ! 1. Q ' 11175 ,511 1 V 1 1 -X 1.91 1. 11,11 1 1 WILLIAM. SCHWARTZMAN fb A KIBTZZZ7! 395 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. WHARTON Milford Preparatory School. Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45. CHARLES ABRAHAM SEAMAN 112 K T "Larry" "Charley" I23 Spring St., Reading, Pa. COLLEGE Reading High School. Junior Cane Committeeg Christian Asso- CIZIFIOH Memorial Hall Drive C351 Christian Association Financial Drive Committee C25 C35g Glee Club C25 C35 C45g Berks County Club C25 C35 C455 Arts Association C25 C35 C45Q 1927 Permanent En- dowment Committeeg Mask and Wig C45. ISADORE SEEBERG "Skeets,' 176 Butler Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Hutchinson Central High. Junior Varsity Basketball Team C45. BENTON BOYD SEEMAN fb H 113 llBen,7 llskinnyi, Republic, Pa. WIIARTON Redstone Township High School. ROBERT EVERSON SEIFFERT E E, 'I' B H HBCU, Stoneleigh Ct. Apts., 46th and Walnut Sts., Phila- delphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING West Philadelphia High School. American Society Mechanical Engineers. SAMUEL JOSEPH SENDEROWITZ K N Clsamil 613 N. 6th St., Allentown, Pa. WVHARTON Allentown High School. Business Board "Punch Bowl" C35 C45. CLIFFORD F. SERVAIS ILCZLHYI Nadeau, Mich. ' WHARTON Ferris Institute. Wrestling Team C15 C35 C45. JAMES AUGUSTUS SHAFFER .1 Jimn 4632 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Temple Preparatory School. Picture Committeeg Junior Prom Committee. --JI 125 LOUIS SHAFFER 268 S. Vllelles St., Wlillces-Barre, Pa. NVHARTON Wilkes-Barre High School. Luzerne County Club. WILLIAM BERL SHAFFER II M E 1256 State St., Harrisburg, Pa. COLLEGE Harrisburg Technical High School. Scholastic Honors Q11 Czjg Scabbard and Bladeg Chess Club. NATHANI EL SYDNEY SHAHAM 2101 S. 9th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. Intra-Mural Football and Basket- ball Teams, Menorah Society. THOMAS SHALLCROSS 3D 2 N "Swede" "Tommy" Hotel Astor, Milwaukee, Wis. WHARTON Culver Military Academy. Football Team CID C253 Crew C12 C255 Temporary Freshman President, Culver Club CID C21 C3J QQ. - BERTRAM D. SI-IAPIRO , N 324, W. 1o3d St., New York, N. Y. COLLEGE Townsend Harris Hall. LOUIS LEON SHAPIRO i4LouY7 KIDOC!! 50 Magnolia St., Hartford, Conn. COLLEGE Hartford High School. Arts Association Q12 C25 C33 C4Dg Hartford Clubg Le Cercle Francais C15 Czj. WILLIAM SHERMAN "Willing Will" 1738 North Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. - W1-IARTON Bridgeport High School. JAMES ORRIN SHERRARD "Sberryl' 716 N. 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IARTON West Philadelphia High School. --11 126 Ia- li .x. I I- L .1 1 .WU . I -11- rein-TQ 1 1 U 2 I liiiilhwl lklilf fm 5 INK' xi l Q5 1: H131 'limi l if K,-',9'5.: " 5ff'!l,ff' If ,I 1 lizqgi IEEE 1 .13 lv.fgSlYN3,l ?,.x .L.V em. 5135? . , . I , ,JN , Q i,X'j1Ef" 1 will ::.l'l" 15' E551 ll fi ill-1 MY. 1 all WSI 2:12541 Wifi 2 'I f ' Y 4 . QOlj"l sffllii' 5 ' , .1 V, 5 .ll .4 I 'I ,.,, Q s lkifllrl H1 1 2 l-will k E glfdlif' I gif, ' I I lqlhlP??'l Jxfylf l -. 1,04 'fy . ! ,lr 1 .xl - NJN 2 1 ICJ , VA, ll' 12, I lg, . I 4 ff g1?'fe,l1.,j,. 1 , .. . W, , U ' .,. 1 Q LL . U-4 1 , W 1.--- I , 1.411 :gil 1"e 1 ' if , .iff . Q.. ".1l,,e5 3 jx1lX1,?.I 3 ary K ,V I I ,i X' -' wr .,, I .7 if all I 1"f'fil.wf. : I Wm -' 1. ' I il K . 5155 if'--,ix ' ' I . 1 ,rt M- I X 1, J 1 I ,lg-1' Q I lk 1 MJI3 . VS I,-3.1 .P 'lx ' I J' - rlll , ITT: , , Q-all-.ri . Wg, , . ,Y--I1 - FRANK JAMES SHIELDS llRed!! I4 Hamlin Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. WHARTON Pittsheld High School. SIDNEY LOUIS SHRIRO T A lib nsidn 7 Valley St., Portland, Maine WHARTON Portland High School. Junior Varsity Lacrosse-Team C335 Musical Club C253 Assistant Business Manager University Dramatic Club Czjg Orchestra QU Czj. ROBERT COMLY SHOEMAKER Z if "Bob" 109 S. zoth St., Philadelphia, Pa. CIVIL ENGINEERING William Penn Charter School. Compass and Chain Society, Presi- clent Civil Engineering Society CM. HOWARD ALLEN SILVER "Haw" "Johnnie" 6024 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Soccer Squad C23 C335 Freshman Soccer Teamg Member Championship Junior Varsity Soccer Team that won permanent possession of the State Cup, Spanish Clubg Spanish Play "Las de Cain" Czlg Menorah Society. IRVING SILVERHERZ uzipn as-ilvyv 612 W. 112th St., New York, N. Y. WHARTON Hartford High School. Junior Banquet Ticket Committee. MILTON MEYER SILBERMAN M A E KiMilt7Y licabbyw 2018 S. 65th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Rifle Teamg Wharton Football Team, Menorah Society, West Philadelphia High School Club. OSCAR SIMON UOSH 332 W. Hortter St., Germantown, Pa. WHAIKTON Central High School. CLIFFORD ALONZO SIMONS ..C-HHH ..Sim,, South Sterling, Pa. WHARTON Green Drchcr High Schoo 127 DONALD KIRK SINGER B 9 H, 41 K B "Don" 413 E. Lancaster Ave., St. Davids, Pa. WHARTON Radnor High School. Friars' Senior Society, Football Team C13 C21 f3I 14,1 Track Team 41D Q25 QBJQ Class Vice-President C3If Varsity Club. JOHN A. SKELTON, JR. 1632 S. 54th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Track Team KID, New- man Club. CHESTER CARTER SLAYBAUGH E if Z "Cher" 72 Livingston Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. VVHARTON Yonkers High School. Tennis Team CID. ELINOR CECIL SMITH 9 A -SID 229 E. Durham Road, Mt. Airy, Pa. EDUCATION JAMES WILLISON SMITIQ, JR. E N lKBiIl77 511 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Staunton Military Academy. Business Board "The Pennsylvan- 1an" L23 C35 UQ- P. LOUIS SMITH E A M Trenton, N. J. WHARTON "The Pennsylvanianu C25 133, Circulation Manager C415 Chairman of Music Committee, Ivy Ball. HARRY CONWELL SNOKE A E P "Snokey,' "Connie" I3O E. Fishers Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' COLLEGE Frankford High School. Debating Team 63D C493 Philomathean Society C25 C33 MD, Interscholastic Debating League, President, Debating Team, Captain C4J. DAVID A. SNYDER "Dave" 745 N. 38th St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Harrisburg Technical High School. --21 1281s-4 CHARLES STERLING SOLIT "Judge" "Coach" 3827 Cambridge St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON South Philadelphia High School. Business Spoon 'fPunch Bovvlng Senior Class Executive Committee, Blazer Ccmmitteeg Manager Intra-Mural Sports, Class Prophet. EDWARD S. SONDHEIM E A II "Ed" 'tEddie" "Sunny" 144 S. 5th St., Lehighton, Pa. WHARTON Lehighton High School. Picture Committee C255 Spirit Committee C45Q Lehigh Valley Club. CANDIDO SOSA SORIANO "Canding" 510 Tennessee St., Manila, Philippine Islands WHARTON Association Institute, Manila, P, I. DAN ALEX SOUTHWELL "Walter Camp" 101 Boyce Ave., Utica, N. Y. WHARTON Utica Free Academy. Mohawk Valley Club, Vice-President. DONALD P. SPILLER 9 E 6lD0n77 4409 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE West Philadelphia High Schoolg Episcopal Academy. "Men About Townev Club C35, Treasurer C455 Lions' Engineering Society C35 C459 Mask and Wig Dancing Chorus C35 C455 "Men About Towne" Club Show, Dancing Chorus C35. THOMAS ROBERT STARRATT CGBOIDYI 669 Chestnut St., Manchester, N. H. WHARTON Haverhill CMass.5 High School. Track Team C15 C25 C35 C454 Cross Country Team C15 C25 C35 C455 Varsity Club. HERMAN STEERMAN 112 fb CID fl-Ioelf 4554 N. Warnock St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. Varsity Swimming Team C25 C35 C455 Varsity Water Polo Team C25 C35 C455 Spanish Club. LOUIS STEIN 9 A Cb 815 N. Union St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON --QI 129 Ik-- KENNETH EUGENE STEINARD A fb E 1.Ken,, 61 Horton Ave., Nliddletown, N. Y. COLLEGE Middletown High School. Colgate University C15. HARRY BAUMULLER STEINBACH Hsteinyn 710 VV. Marshall St., Norristown, Pa. VETERINARH' Norristown High School. Veterinary Medical Society. ALBERT STEINBERG 1528 N. Marshall St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON HARRY STEINBERG Z T CIP 5309 Arlington St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. College Football C25 C35 C45. MANUEL MORRIS STEINBERG 129 N. 57th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON GEORGE G.-STEPPACHER 112 E II Hotel Majestic, Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Pennsylvania Military College. ERWIN A. STUEBNER B 9 II, B I' 2 IIETUII Afstufl 1904. S. zoth St., St. Joseph, Mo. W1-IARTON Central High School, St. Joseph, Mo. Secretary Sphinx Senior Society, Secretary Phi Kappa Beta Junior Societyg Assistant Manager Soccer Team C35, Manager C45, Editorial Board "'l he Pennsylvaniann C15 C25 C35 C455 Editor-in-Chief "Freshman Hand- bookl' C253 Vice-President Class C25g President Beta Gamma Sigma C4-5: VarsityClub C411 Chairman Class of 1927, Division ofMcmorial llnll Drive. WILLIAM HARRIS STEVENS, JR. G X, E T "Steve" "Bill" 2216 W. Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Germantown High School. Hexagon Senior Society, Water- Polo Squad C25g "Men About Towne" Club C25 C35 C4,5g Lions' Engineer- ing Society C25 C35 C455 Germantown High School Club, Under- graduate Councilg American Society of Mechanical Engineers C25 C45, Secretary and Treasurer C353 Engineers' Show C25 C35 C45. --QI 130 Is-- 1 1 01 1 xr :Cglllp 1 l,"'1 . 1, 1 ',,,fi1Q 1 C1 -11.9 i if 1 fi' I ' 1 ,-A ,- 1 QQXI i X ' 1 ,LUN1 .lil-1,0 5 1 l fill, ia., 51 1 '41 'N 1 ,xl 1 1 ,x 1 1 1, 1 ,., 1 1 lg" I 1 1 111i 1 1 -11 1. 115- 1051 1 1 1,1 1 5 '11 1 1 .1x 13 fi' 111 C11 .11 11 I nfl L: F1 .C- "51 '1l11 ll 1 111 1V 1 1 Cl 11, 1 111 11 1 1 I-li' gf 1 I 11 1 X1 ix X 1,11 -1 110 11 1 1 5 1 P1 11' 111, 11 1 'A' 1111- ,1 1 x 1f1i1 1.1,-15 11 .11 ,1. ,111111 1 1 1 C7 1111.1 ,, 1, 1 17' 1 1 1 'J 11 11 1 '1 HM, 11 rl fp ., 4.1 ,1 111 R1 C 11' ,11 N11 11 1 1 'f1l"" Lx1'l ,, 1 -1111, 2.121147 .11 11 1 4--lllili . 1.,-A. 1'l:N'fi5' i llif i llzviliwr 11513111121 VQFEL1- 'ii'-hlf' .h'11111,f Wfffiill '1 1 1 l l1:l,1.121 i'l1'1?l 'HIC -.- 1'Kq-' rf, 1u'+X 9, ,IDF I 1' I1 1 1 111- 1 1111 lx-:1 f", ,fi-1 il 1 1 il- '- l 1 1- I- l . .li 1. W H 1 'iff 1 1E',3!lfLfl1 ,fly l fi'-I L11 l 'e JIJ1 lfwjl, lift? 6211 5 Pllllfitl ia lv!! 1:35 1' I ' 4 'fi fell? ti 31 U52 .ea-l 1,-1 li :XC 1 YL ' ,Jlll mfilffll 1-241' 1 'JW . -. 11 El 1l Wiilllil 11115 M 1 j"1,.1,5 11111111111 . 111 lglfjwl I hi . 1.3 . -1 :'5I.l91451?3 Ll . I 1 1 THEODORE WESLEY STEVENSON A X P KlTed73 330 N. Front St., Milton, Pa. WHARTON Milton High School. NELSON HOLMES STEWART, JR. E T "Nels" 7018 Torresdale Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Frarilcforcl High School. "Men About Towne" Club QD C4.Jg Lions' Engineering Society C25 C33 C4D, Secretary C4D. Engineers' Show C35 ffl-I3 American Society of Mechanical Engineersg Whitney Engi- neering Society. JOSEPH SAWYER STOCKWELL it K T uujoen 429 W. Huron St., Pontiac Mich. WHARTON Pontiac High School. DENNIS B. STOLLINGS ACACIA cicumra Madison, W. Va. WHARTON Greenbrier Military School. S. MALCOLM STRAUSBERG B E P "SLrummy" "Puncby" 385 Crown St., Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Commercial High School. Lacrosse 'Team C155 Lacrosse Squad fzlz Lacrosse Class Team C2DgAWinner of Javelin Throw in IQ25 Fall I-Iandicapsg Dramatic Society Qzjg Spanish Club lzj. HARRY STRAUSS "Harry" 700 Holston Ave., Bristol, Tenn. Virg. , VVHARTON Bristol CTenn.J High School. Menorah Societyg Avukah Societyg President Jewish Students' Association Q4Dg Student Advisory Com- mittee C4J. HAYWOOD WILLIAM STRECKER Marietta, Ohio W HARTON GEORGE KLEPPINGER STRODACH IV fb B K "Dodo" 415 DeKalb St., Norristown, Pa. COLLEGE Norristown High School. 1-21 131 112-' .f 91594 - 1 H441 42432 '3 f .f3.11- 1-" l i' I -1, 3 , 1' of If I 15 1 1 - gg,-4 4,11 . WZ 151 6' 1,4 1 is E 1 '25 li, 1 ,.,., . 3 7 1 W .1 Q if 2. 2. '-1 1 - 1, . 1 1 If 1 3 -cg: .gf - 1- 1. . 154 ,Q A ,1,,..1 Y , - 5" '1 11 rj' ig, E A .1 1 12,16 11' 1 1 14. VQM11, ., 1f,,,, .1 11 ,..o-:-12:-:Q+v.1.11,-1,1 .4 . . 11 51 , . , ... . ,, Jw ,, '-,115 l 1-::1xsm- 31 5' f r? 1 32' 1 552' I 19, y f '11 of 24512. mf' -1' lS1' i'1,-:g:1ri.::3Sw:- 12- 11 f ' 411' 1. 2 ,151-2,1 111' wfwfam1f1,1-.-a 1 '1:,. 'J3' 32221 1 ' ,311 1 , ,U I g ,,,,4.,1 1 my , 4 ,1g?1.'11' v5111S 4 5 , -4 1, 4 , ff Vi 1 it, g, Q, -fr 4 aff 95412 gxffvi.-1" , 15,1 5.1371 "" 5 12 1 A4 A 5 ' ' Z!!!-:Sf S-5945?-43."fir' ' . 1 1 W 1.i X. '1 ,Jx 11 1l :,1', 41' 11 111.1 11' I. 11 l 1 .gi 1?-Q, 2,-1 l1 .11 1 1, bil. 211' 1 l 1 11, I lll U 1 5 Q I f1.1'1 l 1331 I ll an ',f11 A1V1x,11 1x1 lo wr 1 . ffl" I .V ll: I 1 ily' 1ii'Il ffl? 1 Qxl I 1' 1l '1 Z l ' T412 11 ,.,. 1, 11. ,- li' 1,1 L 1,l lf. " l 'lf :flux '91 if 11, -.Lx , 11. - l I 11 6 1.1! IW 1,1 lr 1 .ZQXH W' l 11,1 I 1 1, l 111. WSJ -11 .ill 1: .li -':,1 Q- f 'I 1 . 1 el' " lf," 1 ,lg,Rl11'g 1 Ji 111 41 11 A 1 1 f Ill? I., 1 DONALD J. STROHM "Don" 127 XN'hite Horse Pike, Audubon, N. J. COLLEGE Haddon Heights High School. -Varsity Wrestling Team C35 I-D3 University Championship Wrestling Team C33 QQ. FREDERICK JEROME SULLIVAN XVaterbury, Conn. W HARTON Crosby High School, Waterbury , Conn. CHARLES A. SUPIOT "Charlie" 1244 S. Millick St., Philadelphia, Pa. PIQOYVNE Lebanon High School. Newman Club C15 H21 C35 C459 Student Branch American Society of Mechanical Engineers Q23 C33 Q4Jg Whitney Engineering Society CU. MILTON MONROE SUSSMAN '1' A 111 lKMike77 255 W. 84th St., New York, N. Y. COLLEGE DeWitt Clinton High School. JOSEPH STANLEY SZUREK Hagaman, N. Y. COLLEGE Travis Preparatory School, Syracuse, N. Y. Rhodes Scholarship COmPCtlt0T 1925. W. COBURN SWEET, Jn. E X ...Irv Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Dickinson College. Squash 'Team C35 C453 Tennis Squad C31 C4Dg Managing Editor H1927 Recordug Glee Club C35 f4J3 Christian Association Q33 MD. ALBERT HOLMES SWING E A E uAAln 3507 Baring St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Varsity Crew Squad at Pough- keepsie IQ26 QD. AMSON CECIL TABOR Z B T 111-Iappyn .1AnS,, Whittier Apartments, Jefferson Ave. and Burns St., Detroit, Mich. WHARTON Townsend Harris Hall. --:JI 132 Ik-- 11 X. l lr- ml 'Y 11 . 1 . "fp 1 1 "11 ffeiil' 1 I. 1 111 l YYI1 1151 1' I 1 I' J I 1 1 QQ? 1 1 lilifx l 5,1-11211 1 11, 11 1l1 1AQ.mIf.f1 1 1 1 1 1 ,. ll 1 QQ'-,' 1x1 I ,W l js' , 11 1 11Wf1Qf111 Z W5 I 1 1: 11 A 1 1 :eil 1 ', ljh 1' W1 :vi-"Q, 4 . 1111i-sg-,Q1 1 T1 1'1' l 1 11, -.I 91751 I DP Sf . 1'l 1' 1,1-' 11'lZiiHiE l 1 my ,f iii"-X 1 6 X. 3 1 1 E 1, 1 I 1 '1 liglii 1 ' W 1 g "11:11l1 . 11t.l1l I '41 1-1 . .X1 '1 SCI-1 fir j lli 3 ,7 33 I 1 1.-ll 1 ?1Qf1g--, V511 ri 1 YN 1 11-3 11552 A1 1 QJ11' :ff- 1 11" T .1 11. 1 1--111 ilffxi liffifl 1 1 " 1 11. 5 '11 1 :',,,' 1 1 YU X l5,:,1i:Li V. 1 N, 1 L. 5 11ll 1 im ll iff-'1 1' 1 X ffl' ak I 1- 1 1 91314-I--' I 11' AW- it 1 lf! Q1 Q' :N11 - 1 11 ' I 1' -1 1 f ii?-If 1 51 , 1, H 1 J 51:151l1iif1 1 ? 5 -az Ili 1' ' . X.,, ll Vi' X if 441 N. l 'Rf 4 I l Til -1 x uj1ll'4 ' 23. ,,.. Vi. lx., "1 my 1 Ali QL 5 . ..g K E x 11, ,-.-, e" .K Jr fl L jj 1. .ljx w X EXE! .WX l 1 v' x 1 .. .L .W l ,i G 13, , ,It iv. 1, I. 4. x . llizl' gags! fyq 741' 5 -AFM' zk I I 5 Aff 7 ' - M. fum-. :-zz:-.54 ' W lil: E1ffE'EI1--.-ff . - .,. . ?1Q2::Ie.zZ-i2:2"E5?EE5Iif- , :-1-"4"'1.'X.,-:5"23:2.-S535".,.."?I1Tf f.. vi-3'.,.32zE:I.E:E1E1Ef51:1:-F.-"Efii2iif2i"'-5-PS' N ' --.,,:g,. '-mg, .,-fm, 5 -.::j:z-xy"-1.-5. wef- '. LEONARD A. TALONE Conshohocken, Par. VVHARTON J. RANDOLPH TAYLOR 0 A X 'KCoon" Arkport, N. Y. WHARTON Hornell High School. FootballTeam CID, Junior Varsity Czj 135. NATHAN H. TEITELMAN liRedS!1 liNal7! 1638 N. 61st St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Vineland High School, West Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society. GEORGE CHAPMAN THAYER A XII, fb K B Villanova, Pa. COLLEGE Sphinx Senior Society, Football Team CID C21 QD, Captain C4Jg Varsity Club. HUGO H. THRAN 6KHugb7l 1368 Emerson St., N. E., Washington, D. WHARTON Business High School, Washington, D. C. SANTUEL TILLES A I' M KlSam77 5363 Morse St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Mahanoy Township High School, Mahanoy City, Pa.. Wrestling Team Qgj. HERBERT TITELMAN E A M liTut7Y llTidy77 5424 Wynneheld Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. ROBERT CHARLES TODD E N tECandyl7 6x3 VVhitney Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHARTON Wilkinsburg High School. Editorial Board "The Pennsylvaniunn UD C23 C39 C47. --ral 133 121-- i. ,.. .,,, 3 Q li if rl V v . ,H rn' V, i 4, lil V' ' Y. fri. 'ffl l'fQl'l if larsl. Mfr' Qiqgqgf I "iw li' ,. lfff 'iff l V lfx 5 lfllllw 3 l'l 'l l l 1 i gf N li 42" ll-31' ll" kj - - I. iifiyf ' 1 rfflff l . W. 1 l l ,if ,. l lfml rf '11 nl i.- ilrg X l gfiiltllffi ' I Q lil ill 1-Q ' 5' .1511 .1 if up 1 ti 1 ls! li., ,l ...N 4 1.51 is-,-.i 's.Q,liAf3 ,ff H. L, i .JL . i r.,, , ILP1 l fllll' 1 A--u l ' N l I - ll 1. i if ,UV- l-, , w .I Ni A l ,-K... 1 . , Germ . 1-il-'- 'llkj lb, .. .cv ..i. ,.. 6. ,-U, lx LCV .l 1, .. .L .. F1 H--' '-i , ..,, ...,, Y- !.UV,U LEON BERNARD TRAUB A E II l40I S. 28th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. CARLTON OVERTON' TRENIPER A E fb "Tremp" 2697 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. XIVHARTON Polyclinie Pregaratory School. Friars, Senior Societyg Baseball Team CIJ, Varsity C25 C3J, Captain C4jg Varsity Clulz. THOMAS M ELV I LLE TU RNER "Tom, l 510 S. 6th Ave., Jamestown, N. Dak. WHARTON Jamestown High Schoolg Jamestown College. Secretary Zelosophic Society Cal. JAMES S. ULLMAN Z B T llJimmlf77 Hotel Brown, Louisville, Ky. WHARTON Louisville Male High School. Kentucky Club CU C25 C35 C4j. RAYMOND PRESTON ULMER E Z iKPele97 lCRay!7 Salladasburg, Pa. WH ARTON Jersey Shore High School. Rifle Team C35 C459 Lycoming County Clubg Christian Association Drive Committee. STEPHEN LASALLE VALORE Atlantic City, N. .l. COLLEGE HENRY THOMAS VANCE A X A "Hen" "llfIike" I5O0 Main St., Racine, Wis. n WHARTON Racine High School. Business Manager 'f1g27 Rccordng Sopho- more Banquet Committeeg Associate Editor "Junior Annals"g Christian Association Cahinetg Chairman International Students' Committee, Franklin Societyg Wisconsin Club, President C3j C4jg General Chairman, Ivy Ball, Senior Class Executive Committee. ALLEN STEARNE VANSANT A XII "Van" 3446 York Road, Philadelphia, Pa. VETERINARX' MEDICAL Frankford High School. President Veterinary Medical Class C415 Veterinary Medical Society, Secretary Czb, Vice-President C3J. .s .- . . V ff.-1 e ir:-7 in , .f ,H er.. .-shew , ,i - r Yi' N . ,.,--rw . .. , i... L. , i A U .', 4:4 L.-1' uf! -. ,1 J,-Q ,'- :rl .141-' ' , i ' , . . , :I:.Er.n'ffQ 555 H Eff.-'T.q. fgfibbf s?',jQ-' .' Qs 5.5. 1 .4f""'- :ivy :L-il ' ' ,, L I ,wt ' ., rf , fer C, 5.1.x-L12-.33f.s.--....,-,.....,..L,... ,.,.,-.W 4, ,A,L,,,,ur , ,WM WVMA Aww, . -QI 134 IC., ...Qt fill , ,po A ,, ,-sl ,--QI 1-L, Ti G31 1. , lil ali' yell?- aifl il f,'li'li. i i. .5 u-'.j,ii3:', Nik, lf'-l I f A l i,,'j"r'g, iff.: ' g xii- 1 . lj N-il' lies u'..,,l ,i,, l l.'r1.7' , g,i..ll I 1 mi 'elif lj 'Yl li' 1 .':'l?5l.g l z,Ql'Q2? Elf 'Fry - l 1 lisl li--l fy 3 S :gl l We fam! li. lf.4gs'f5f,,l lu. ll "Fl igjffhl r...q.it:,g lkjg P I efyli. to W4 J .Lx F l Aly- :rl . -.. ,ga ti' it 4 Afiil tflktja- lsll 4 , li T3 fl C rip Kfalfa 15.1-., ', riifiifakf, iv W :Q 'Ni' .,,. .. 3.V,lHJ :tu J V I ?Q.if2A,3Q'.f,f1Q. ,,f.. JOHN WALTER VAUGHN A T A "Walt" Marion, Iowa WHARTON Marion High Schoolg Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Cvlee Club C29 C33 C47- ARTHUR LEO VIEWEGER lvlays Landing, N. J. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Atlantic City High School. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ADOLF K. VOGT 9 X llAd7! Haverford Road, Ardmore, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. ANDREW VOYNOW llAndy7Y 4122 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. COLI.EGE West Philadelphia High School. Philomathean Society C21 C3j, Moderator C433 Dramatic Club Czj CQJQ Le Cercle Francais. WILLIAM CHESTER WAGNER A X A Orange, N. J. FXNE ARTS JOHN SCOTT WALKER iv K YI! 606 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie, Pa. WHARTON Carnegie High School. Editorial Board, "The Pennsylvanian' CID C23 C3j, Managing Editor C4,Jg Chairman Banquet Committee C03 Vigilance Committee. ELROY PERCY WALKER E HIP 2 "Perf Avoca, N. Y. WHARTON Avoca High School. GLEN G. WALLACE 1343 43d St., Des Moines, Iowa WHARTON West Des Moines High Schoolg Drake University. I-11 135 Ie-- GEORGE HOWARD WALTON A E fb uBucen 235 Washington Ave., Haddonfield, N. J. WHARTON Haddonfield High School. Business Board "Red and Blue" C35. C455 Editorial Board H1027 Record" C453 Memorial Hall Committee C355 Junior Week Committee C355 Chairman Senior Blazer Com- mittee C45. HERBERT ARTHUR WATSON HI-Ierbn 18 W. Plurnstead Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. COLLEGE Friends Select School. Class Picture Committee C355 Chairman Col- lege Class Dues Committee C455 Class Secretary C45. CHARLES EDWARD WEBB E CD E uspiken Greenport, L. l., N. Y. VVHARTON Greenport Union High School. Phi Kappa Beta Junior Societyg Friars' Senior Societyg Assistant Cheer Leader C355 Head Cheer Leader C455 "Red and Blue" Business Board C25 C35 C455 Assistant Manager Swimmin Team C355 Junior Week Committee C355 Musical Clubs C255 Band C15 C25. EDWARD ADDISON WEBB A 11' "Webbie" Unionville, Chester Co., Pa. VETERINARY MEDICINE Unionville High Schoolg Avondale Vocational School. Veterinary Medical Society C15 C25 C35 C45. EMANUEL WEIL "Manny', "Jake" 48 East 83d Street, New York, N. Y. WHARTON Andover Prep. French Club Dramatics C15 C25 C35 C4.55Treasurer French Club C35, President C455 Zelosophic C35 C455 Master of Archives C45. JAMES WEINROTH "Jimmy" Cecilton, Md. WHARTON George Biddle High School. Menorah Societyg Jewish Students' Association. MORRIS WILLIAM WEINSTEIN "Moe" 16 Dewey St., Newark, N. J. A COLLEGE Barringer High School. College Football Team C255 Menorah Society C15 C255 Avukah Society C453 Students' Medical Society C45. NATHAN WEINSTEIN 2-A II "Nat', 2472 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. COLLEGE Bridgeport CConn.5 High School. De Molay Club. -QI 136 IIC-- I I JESSE WALLER WEIXELBAUM T E fb "Jess" Westhampton Beach, N. J. WHARTON W-esthampton Beach High School. Track Team C155 Prom Com- mittee C25. PAUL KENNETH WELCH fb K T IGP. Ki!! Mantua Road, Sewell, N. J. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Woodbury High School. Lions' Engineering Society CI5 C25 C35 C455 "Pennsylvania Triangle" C25 C35 C455 "Men About Towne" Club C25 C35 C455 American Institute of Electrical Engineers CI5 C25 C35 C45, President C35. ROBERT FENTON WELLMAN E A E Jamestown, N. Y. WHARTON WALTER PIERRE WELLS A T SZ "Walt,' Coudersport, Pa. WHARTON Coudersport High School. Football Team CI55 Business Associate HIQZ7 Record." I-IASKEL WINSBERG T A fb "Brute" Grove City, Pa. COLLEGE EDWARD RICHARD WHALEN A T S2 KlEd!7 9 Glendell Terrace, Springfield, Mass. WPIARTON Technical High School. Prom Committee C255 Vigilance Commit- tee C255 Class Historian C255 University Orchestra CI5 C25 C35 C455 Glee Club C45. CHARLES LOCKHARD WHITE A Z fb "Chuck" 508 Tuttle Ave., Spring Lake, N. J. WHARTON Asbury Park High School. Football Team CI5, Junior Varsity C25 C35 C45- STANLEY MANUEL WHITE fb E K "Sian" 205 Frederick St., Athens, Pa. WHARTON Athens High School. Junior Prom Ticket Committee C355 Sopho- more Smoker Committee. -'21 137 CHARLES LOCKHART WHITE A E fb Spring Lake, N. J. WHARTON JAMES BERT WILLAN 9 E "Jim" Port Norris, N. J. COLLEGE Port Norris High School. Glee Club CID C235 Band C0 Czj. CLARKE LIVINGSTON WILLARD 9 E I5 Rosemont Ave., Frederick, Md. COLLEGE Frederick High School. Arts Association, Executive Council C3D, Treasurer C439 Christian Association, Vice-President C415 Orchestra CID C25 Cgjg Le Cercle Francais Cxj Czj C4J. HUGHEY SHANNON WILLIFORD K A accootvs 512 W. Henry St., Greenwood, Miss. WHARTON Greenwood High School. CLYDE FAIRFAX WILMETH fb 1' A "Zums" Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. WHARTON Central High School, Emerson Institute, Washington, D. C. Sophomore Prom Committee, Junior Week Committee, Capital City Club CID C25 C3jg Varsity Cheer Leader C31 C4D. ARTHUR HERMAN WILSON if B K 156 Sumac St., Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Germantown High School. Classics Club, Le Cercle Francais. GERALD STALEY WILSON 112 E K l4GeTTy!! 1607 Harvard Ave., N. W., Canton, Ohio A WHARTON McKinley High School. Ohio Club, Director CO, Chairman Re- formed Student Forumg Glee Club CID C2j. MILTON A. WILTSE A 111 E Alexandria Bay, N. Y. WHARTON Alexandria Bay High School. -'ral 138 Ib-- 1. 1- ,flji X x ,XM ICAC mf .V I .W , rg L xx. ig.. X61 V -GMM ,. A 1 1 I X 1 I 51?- .- I . i Ag, i. Q 1, . l vf L ll 'illii M. .1-Zi IC 4" 1' .X- ,I x. .V I I I r I I f lr, ,, r.,,19,:11 .fp . ,. .' 3 -7, 'af -iq: "fm C X. li,-. nfs? if'-. Ai ,L , . in wh.. ,H 1 ,. 1.5, E 1, J ff wlfi' in , .VL x I r, Mill 4.-.- ff V-' li. 3: .. I ,I ig. .,,,-wh, '--- IC r I .M 4' 'I . 1 1,- Ili 'fl lf if il -Q11 Yi' C, .1 .r,.v,f. . 1 l 1 ZACHERY TAYLOR WOBENSMITH 21:1 "Zack" 9 X, E T 512 Righter St., Roxborough, Pa. TOWNE Germantown High School. Track Team C155 Memorial Hall Com- mittee C351 Engineering Association C15 C25 C35, President C45g Whitney Engineering Society C15 C255 American Society Mechani- cal Engineers C45, Vice-President C35Q "Men About,Towne"-Club C25 C35 C45g Engineers' Show C25 C35, Manager C459 Lions' Engineer- ing Society C25 C35 C45Q Germantown High School Club C15 C255 Hexagon Senior Society. ABRAHAM WOLF czwolheva 1706 48th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Bridgeport High School. .IOHN FREDERICK WOLF E fb E "Jack" 307 Huntington Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON Lafayette High School. Friars' Senior Soeietyg Business Associate H1927 Recordng Banquet Committee C25Q Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg General Chairman .Iunior Weekg Class President C45Q Chairman Undergraduate Council C45g Council on Welfare C455 Kite and Key Soeietyg Newman Clubg Christian Association Cabr- net C459 Council on Athletics C45Q Committee on Examinations. C451 Basketball Executive Committee C455 Soccer Executive Committee C455 Spade Man. AUBREY GEORGE WOLK Q E H KfAub!7 5434 Aylesboro Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHARTON Peabody High School. Cooperative Committee C15g Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg Dormitory Representative C155 Glee Club C25 C35 C45- JOHN F. WOOD WILLIAM W. WOODSIDE 6 X iCWOOdy77 Q30 Sheridan Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHARTON Peabody High School. HARRY W. YOLKEN B E P 4sBumpyyr 246 E. 31st St., Paterson, N. .I. COLLEGE Paterson High School. Wrestling Team C155 Le Cerele Francaisg Spanish Club. RICHARD NEALE YOUNG 2 X Unit-11" 109 Morrison Ave., Punxsutawney, Pa. WHARTON Punxsutawney High Schoolg Friars' Senior Societyg GoIfTeam C153 Pennsylvania "Punch Bowl" C25 C352 Business Manager C45g Rally Committee C453 Permanent Chairman Class 1927 Endowment Com- mitteeg Senior 'Blazer Committeeg President Franklin Societyg President Association of College Comics of the East C45. r-11 139 ia-A MAURICE RALPH ZENTNER "i'VIaury" ' 127 N. Vllyoming Ave., Ventnor, N. J. COLLEGE Trenton High School. GERALD LESTER ZINIIWERMAN "Jerry" 1459 N. 53d St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON ge? Philadelphia Catholic High School. Newman Clubg Spanish U . KARL RUDOLF ZIIVINIERNIAN Klzimfl 89 Aycrigg Ave., Passaic, N. J. WHARTON Stevens Preparatory School. HYMAN ZUCKERMAN 430 S. 60th St., Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON DeWitt Clinton High School, New York, N. Y., West Philadelphia High School. Menorah Society. SYDNEY J, ZWEIG IKS-yd!! 13033 Euclid Ave., East Cleveland, Ohio WHARTON Shaw High School. Ohio Club CID Czj C3j C4Dg Cleveland Club CID Czb, Secretary C3j. RODOLFO LEO MARQUEZ fb E A ..Rudy,, 318 Adams, Eagle Pass, Texas WHARTON Eagle Pass High School. Spanish Clubg Newman Club. SIDNEY J. STALL Z XII USM., 708 Linwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. ' WHARTON Hutchinson High School. Editorial Board "The Pennsylvaniann CID C25 C35 C453 Chairman Sophomore Vigilance Committee, Class President Czj. FRANK B. HUBER B 9 H WHARTON --QI 140 In-- S 1' L,f SX R 5 59 Z X l gfxff Z ? 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Knock 'em out Hand 'ern a lemon Pennsylvania Twenty-Seven! ,,, , 'rr 145 In-A PARKE K. MASON THOMPSON DE ANQUINOS 7 , fi, X135 'QQFW Mi QV? TQ? 5,39 rj, 5 9: 1 r fi V. 'Y D 1 35... 11"H"?. 5- L1 A32 i"if?L ,f C V 3 's 'Elin 'V 'l", M9 gf N, 5 -:V : sw ' U r r 4 ,4 ,L 1, , Qr. ,,.,,,:.. vi ,X W' 1 fm. 1 T t,i,'.J' V W, IA . .Y X iff if J ,f 5' l -1 cg ill 1, I S'-' 1 ff 3 f' 1 11 A 1 Va' . Vl., -.M ,,, .f V511 ,, VII' in ry, 4, .f rj u. 1: 1 +1 ,I 'F fi A ,P fn, x fl fr 1, 4 . a 1 ., xi h A " 5-3 -I' , 1, 1 f 5 '.iii'f7i35Ti7f2f?f5ififffftvikfl lf? C 0 QD yin. - - ' -I ' ' ' N- f:g:- -- , , ,,,, 1 V -- .- Y v R A JE- ' :rind a s I 'U , 131 2 'wx A A5 Hai T 'ii' ,Q Z S.: ,Q ff T A fa, . Hy T' L 9 T, x . D I I A 1 . 'l CLASS OF 1928 , .- , .M .1 xl 7 I 1' President . . . . . H. DORN STEWART 'li Vice-President . . . FRED C. GENTSCH gf . 1 Secretary . . . . BRAND-xN SHEA ' PM Treasurer . . . . MILTON L. HOFKIN iii i 1 Historian . . . . JACQUES P. DUVINAGE, JR. if J -T6 I L, W! I A ,4 V YELL Yoifre the jisb ' 1, Were the bait Pennsylvania i Twenty-eight 91 ' X Q i , A 'f Pl p , T 'i. -if , , ,dl J ,Q R i 'i in A-21 146 IE-- f v-S J Ls. fm E 4 I 4 i N i K VA lginilio Y UBWYAYQZT initio' f !!iT.:.i - IIIIKQJQSIUIIVIFB ifllllmgi !Q 'l"mF'ql" Fm Pxgflxfe It .9 . -T,Wj,,.3?fq-. aff'-.1a4nfj-r'NvIr at ,.1'-,ea-wg.,.:.,,3:i:, ,iw-I H1-pkriazi 53 Litas Ql.Q5,r..!15LLA1iaj:f Q ia .wg . S Q' 6 , 771.1-:HQ fl'0f0f5jQwFlI!ilIl': X Z L-hula' GA mini. , 1.9'uLr 1356? aww! aw- fig Q ' f? .. '. iff s I Q HE steady moving finger of Time has marked off two years-years of development and of learning, of ecstatic joy and of disillusionment-since an humble band of newcomers wonderingly paid respect to the pedal of the cold likeness of Benjamin Franklin. At the start of our Freshman year, Leonard C. Dill was elected temporary President and William J. Brennan temporary Secretary-Treasurer. Some weeks later the permanent officers were elected: William B. Dern, President, Joseph Podgor, Vice-President, Jack J. McDowell, Secretary, Worthington G. Button, Treasurer, and Phillip Shore, Jr., Historian. Under their guidance we progressed rapidly towards organized unity. Under the guidance of Edward Irish we organized for the Penniman Bowl Contests, which we lost by a narrow margin. ' When we came back to school the next year, we found that our President had not returned with us. The Undergraduate Council Hlled this vacancy by electing Joseph E. Podgor, our Freshman Vice-President, to carry on as temporary President of the Class of '28 until our Sophomore ofhcers should be elected. When that time came to choose the men that were to lead the class, Worthington G. if Wi A ffof' 3, ,it hill k 5, QF? il 4.17-17" Fri Ti'T'! 'QV .1-I flight' f .Wil 2: - lozgfi' tk ri ,Y 'jgf rj'-oil V, ., fig? B eiiiif' ifilii' i s 21. M' Iliff lflil WJ ,Jef f' L, 3 W- A , My 3513 llx, .Clif 'i lil' , y ,. lldfyii il 1555- 1 -'-.J :F aff A . i ir'-V+' ,L ' AL ll .. ,W RK' .1 I ,,. Button assumed the Presidency. Supporting him were C. Sumner Davis, Vice-Presidentg Fred C. Goodwin, Jr., Secretary, Bernard H. Lowy, Treasurer, and John P. Berry, Class Historian. Our Vigilance Committee, under the leadership of Jack J. McDowell, ruled the year- lings of ,ZQ with an exacting hand. Weekly meetings were held and stern, yet just, dis- ciplinary measures were meted out. In the early part of our second year we succeeded in obtaining a commanding lead over our Freshman rivals in the Penniman Bowl Contests for the trophy annually awarded by Provost Penniman. In winning the "Flour Fight," "Rope Fight," and the majority of the athletic contests, we established our supremacy over the yearlings. Had the com- ATI petition not been called off in May, we undoubtedly would have gained possession of the Bowl. We were the class to participate in the last "Pants Fight," now a thing of the past. One of the high lights of this year was our Class Banquet, held at the Adelphia Hotel. is-Ji At this convivial occasion, speeches, good fellowship, and Hpeppy' entertainment con- tributed to the still-remembered success of the evening. The athletic standard-bearers of ,28 that nobly defended us on the gridiron, the basket- ball court, the cinder path, and the diamond proved themselves to be as fine Varsity material as they were yearling team men. Long and proud is the roll of '28's members that represent Pennsylvania in intercollegiate competition today. At the start of our third year, we selected leaders again. H. Dorn Stewart is our President, F. C. Gentsch, Vice-President, B. B. Shea, Secretary, M. I.. Hof kin, Treasurer, and J. P. DuVinage, Jr., Historian. Their guidance proved as capable as those who led before them. Their earnest efforts were responsible for the success-of a Junior Week which will not soon be erased from our memories. , ll? JACK DUVINAGE, JR. fi 1? Wi., Rib I--. ,,-,,,..,,,, , . , ,Wi ' ai 1471k-- GT, ,.. 5 .. ,. T .Y .11 f .sk as VT n 4, it 1 A ., 3. .V K 1 . . I - H- -, ' f ' - 1 :wi , , 1 'I ' rf' '-N ' at ' . A - .- I . - . - W, Q .i m . C a ' ,Q s - ,- V., wtf? -exe 'N 'warn-f-""'r I., I V- ,kb lx 'f'?i"ff'tjI?3,E 'Q' 'vffjff I P 5-ffjs.,',f'-TT - nf .Q in Q V .. .K l 5, 'D 1 ' Q, L 1 l l l I l 7 L x ll l' cel, Lil fe:-i -J 4 ,,- '- .. . ,," ep.. ..3,..z,,ag'irL-,.,, wgg:af,j5g,2,g,a5.j5gf:L,,-21.234 - --f 1-f A- gf, JUNICR WEEK f1fj,,' ARLY Monday morning, November 22, Junior Week officially started, and evidence was given of the fact as twosomes, three- somes, and foursomes of self-conscious but proud Juniors haughtily :ffl strolled down the campus to their 9 o'clock classes, freely swinging their will newly acquired canes. Eleven o'clock, with the dismissal of classes for all ,EQ '28's, saw throngs gathering on Junior Balcony for the Class picture, from ,Mfg-if: whence they paraded in the traditional Cane March to Houston Hall. fi," Here Vice-Provost McClellan gave a short address to the Class while 'ji "Jack" Sebastian, General Chairman of Junior Week, issued a plea for ijt" whole hearted support at the Prom. Monday evening, the Class enjoyed a smoker in Houston Hall to the tune of a jazz orchestra, while a number of exhibitions of local talent oc- cupied the attention of all present. M733 Tuesday was a day of waiting and anticipation of the coming events. Wednesday night there were numerous scenes of gayety for the Juniors, 'Mg . ,Vg, ,. 4 but perhaps the most frequented one was the Academy of Music where, fi-' M in accordance withan annual custom, the Uniyersity Glee Club and I Robert Will-BT,,28 Orchestra combined in rendering a musical selection. Following this the Prom Chanman Orchestra furnished dance music for those in attendance. Thanksgiving Day gave way to one of the biggest events of the week when Juniors, some escorting girls from distant places, witnessed the I0-IO tie gridiron game with Cornell. After the game, the remainder of the day was taken up largely by fraternity tea dances and theater parties. Junior Week was brought to a Htting climax Friday night when, under the direction of "Bob" Witter, Chairman of the Prom Committee, the long-looked-for Promenade held sway in Weightman Hall. The-details of this affair may be omitted, for each Junior knows Qfyfg best what it held in store for him. ' Saturday was a badly needed day of rest for all. iii at at tm ffl-it iffrlf .apt ffl? iffy? S352 ,fifwkf iii? iff ga? it ti "Q f , 'Rl gf JUNIOR PROM, CLASS OF 1928 N- I 5 ' f c"i --il 148 If:-V ij--P-N.-. f sa.. 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"Qgj,a,-.Qi .V Ji.. gl., 1 i' 5, I T?-.gi ,fig 5-V 3 ,gqffyi-l ' --1-" rotors C' Tiifotnrsf Q Tiirforntytl T 'iaioznfl Q Trista S ffgminllvg pf, Nlllhz s 5"IlI"4f P SNWVQ ' X ' - 4. 2 -1 - PF 10 s, Digi f , qu' r .bv , I 1lmGx6'?.aiind'5'E 11iiiKS'1 11a1'f-ii15s'E'D1' fiiaf -L- OMING to Pennsylvania fresh and aspiring, the Class of 1929 soon became acclimated to its historical surroundings and settled in to engrave its name in capital letters on the records of Pennsylvania tradition. We were the last class to experience the thrills of the old and torturing Field Welcome, to be followed a few weeks later by the humiliation of losing the Flour Fight to the Class of 1928. Willis MacDonald as President, Reese Dill as Vice-President, Edwin Cades as Secretary, William Doniger as Treasurer, and Granville Carrel as Historian, acted as executives of our destiny during our yearling careers and led us through the dawn of our college days resplendent with triumph and victories for the class of ,2Q. ln athletics, we were represented by the finest aggregation of Hrst-year teams seen at the University in many years. The football, basketball, soccer, tennis, cross-country, and baseball teams proved to be the most outstanding among the lot, as did the yearling eight, all winning a large percentage of their meets. From these teams, we have furnished the Varsity combinations some of their most promising men. Although the summer days cut our numbers, we returned to school to ad- monish the Class of IQ3O under the leadership of the Vigilant Committee headed by Reese Dill who later resigned the position in favor of '4.loe" White. lt was the Vigilant Committee that directed the Class to an overwhelming victory in the Flour Fight, upholding the old Pennsylvania tradition. Class elections revealed the choosing of Reese Dill for President, Granville Carrel, Vice-President, David l. Levit, Secretary, Robert L. Lingelbach, Trea- surer, and Ernest W. Borkland, .lr., Historian. These men took up the work of their predecessors, the Freshman officers, and succeeded in developing us into college men, loyal to Pennsylvania and to the Class of 1929. ' We realize that the weight of the burden of the University's progress will be more and more assumed by us each year that follows. We are prepared to face the test of carrying Pennsylvania's colors forward toward the goal of perfection. We have assumed a large part of this responsibility and view with zeal the time when 1929 will rule the campus, leaving to its successors high ideals for Penn- sylvania's advancement. ERNEsT W. BORKLAND, JR., Historian. --.1 3:1 ,fn 3 X-' t' -- - .-..-si wr.-,,. ,.f---.- ,f.:1vg, f "1 Q' ff 5 'f 1 k ': Iggy. "" fffi' '11,-ar, lk i4'j,fg5,'Qf:l1. ' 1, si. 'Cs - ,QQ glfilf .ggi -dl 149 Ig.. Q 1 f vi 'x 5 1... L , ,i me iff'-f' K .N l, J' V lflw xl 11 ,,-- 'iff I Q1 -.i Wg? M X 3 f 1 M. ' , , ,1.1, li ti l g 1 L 5 I 1 W , -lf, i I, ' l 3. 2 E x Zl lf. lzifls il , -lk l'il Ea '1 lx 1' I L-ll 'Fi . JI-- . fl -7.1 an Hs A. ff' U'- .wr 'mr 3 :V 1 iff' 1-g. X -4 xl fl'-71 l. lil., 111 'Qi H? lmml .xiii fb Cz' .fel A Iwi!! if ,. Rfii O R D355 I ,. 1 Z F FD L-Tv - 2? ja y. X N E C? 77, .LJ we 'Q X 1 0. l .1 ' 1 0 Y 0 , X 0. .4 I I ,O I 'Q I x 0. Y 7 I ,C l I 'o l x 91 l . I 1' 0 'Q 1 i .4 0 0 .1 I I ,Q 0 I 'A l U 0' 4 ' I ,O 0 'Q K x 0. 8 0 I .I ' 1 Ll I O I V l O fi 2. . - CLASS OF 1929 - lj L fy' ' 1 . Q .Al Presrdent . . . .REESI DILL - - f Vice-President . . .GRANVILLE CARREL .4 ' Secretary . . . .DAVID I. LEVIT Treasurer , . . .ROBERT L. LINGELBACH . Historian . . .ERNEST W. BORKLAND, JR. . U L 1 ., A Y. . W! ' 1 F . la , . A You re our meat - We'll cbew you jfne Pennsylvania A .: 5 Twenty-nine. V- . I. Lx 7 .A .Y ' A 1 ,Q 0, .. .. I. ' 7 l. V ' ' ue- ' -an ' -or ' A env- ' -.af - r A3"3f1?S1Aff'i.".fi'rbfA:fffAiT"r 3 r -' . A-A1 150 IA-- a a' M 92.9 , lf? it E53 il iii? 'I it if i .pry ,Q 'Tv' ' . if it v , 2 cry? rxxov: -'K Fira 5 L 4 if lem , . i A Y iii Q l iii ll' ' if fi til? IL I .A 1. is tri Gil L-D . fig 9 'itil ri Jil is-feb rfgfi ,r 3 .fi , IM it E. .J Q13 if 1. 5 ii. Ei? 1. f S Wifi. ,NW ,LVM Z.: . ,AMEX .fs .M ,ww , A--. ,., W... -.--:.-QT..- . ,uglgy .. 'ex ji FU I ,AN xfll: ,vm ww. PENNIMAN BOWL CONTESTS 1 T WAS in an effort to do away with "mob" fights and destruction of property on the campus and in outlying districts, and in order to create a better spirit of friendly rivalry between the Freshman and Sophomore classes that President Penniman Hrst conceived the idea of offering a bowl each year to the class winning the majority of a designated number of athletic contests. This inter-class rivalry was initiated compara- tively few years ago and since then has been attracting more and more real class interest each year. According to this year's program, there were seven events on the schedule: boxing, wrestling, basketball, swimming, crew, lacrosse, and track, and the class winning four of these was to be considered the class of greatest athletic ability and was to be given recog- nition by having their class numerals engraved on the Penniman Bowl. The first event of this year was the boxing bout which took place the second week in March. Here previous experience weighed heavily in giving the Sophs a victory in four out of seven closely fought matches. . In wrestling, which followed the same week, the second-year men were successful also in defeating the yearling team, but the hght was anybody's match until the final bout, when the Sophomore heavyweight wrestler clinched a victory for the upperclass team. The basketball game, which was played on the same day the wrestling match occurred, was particularly interesting because a plucky team of Freshmen were thrown up against Eve Sophomores who were in line for Varsity positions the following year. But here the Sophs rallied again and the final score ended 31-27, giving the second-year men three of a coveted four matches. However, in the swimming-meet, two weeks later, the Frosh regained their own by defeating their opponents 31-30 in a race which only the final relay decided. The crew race, the second week in April, added a second victory to the Freshman score when the yearling boat crossed the line two lengths ahead of their upperclass rivals. Up to the date of writing, there are still two events outstanding, the lacrosse game, scheduled for April 27, and the track-met which is to take place the Hrst week in May. A great deal of interest has been created because at the present time both classes have a good chance to win the contest and get their numerals engraved on the bowl. An added incentive has been given to the Freshmen this year in that by winning two contests they were given the privilege of putting their hands in their pockets when on the campus, and if they win two more events they will no longer be required to wear garters. 3 ln all of the seven contests, the Frosh have the advantage of having a regular class team while the Sophs generally have men of more experience and, sometimes, Varsity material. With this in mind, it is always interesting to note the outcome of the various games. The Sophomore Committee in charge of the contests consisted of: Travis, General Chairman, Hepburn, for boxing, Cohn, for wrestling, Lorms, for basketball, Borkland, for swimming, Doniger, for crew, Douglas, for lacrosse, and Dengler, for track. acl ---- -fuvf..-. A . -,., 1, . .- ,,.. .. ,f-..., .. , , ... .,:- W l rilglla 1 ,,,2.'j 'iifii' 7. fi, 'L ztpi ' ,Y if ,A " '-iff 15' if 611255 'F 11,11 I 51,2 5. A .T-fx l- rr 4' r Vgfgay .Lx x,f rg-fx llf l .elm ij, .., 'fffil K' 1' 'aff 5 is if -1 H . 'viii l if ff fl 1 fi .9 4 -.YL iv . ri, tiff, 5 i . . .S-Q, A X 5,1514 flfh if sw Y . U., .94 i5's'2 EQ if' fl L, .1 frijtlu ftfiyl. if-in 1 p. ...V F ? My A, QQ -Ln E, ifljl . 7-ze, 5 fy ,ar -Q, , ,f gf? X -- 4: 5 A -. .65 ' .L lf' tl rf, -1 -fy I? if-li A 55,5 lp if F""24f'V 2 M' ig, i 2 fl' QW . P-3 '1 i gif? llfll t y,,4 3 T, x 2-flair if-3.3 M ,fb s ' fi li 53,9 Qing' K 'fl f 5? I. im- lr:-h ., .-r. .,. 4 +...3.,,,-J wp . f---"2-L 'X ,. . J.,.f . a ..g-.., u - .. 9'La2"'i . 41,1 'fgfar-f y,?u:YQ- T. Va- asf 'f Nei. 17 ,Q -f,',ff1--"- .fits 5 a.'lg'f4jg 52 gt' i"1.'L -f 'Q ....,,,,,. 4, . 4,1 ,,,. ma X , wx, 2 , 1, lb . , 1 saw -1-..,..Ff-'E- ..,-1 .-Q. -..-L-f N. -!.".e..1.f1swi.4-'g, -.,,A.wv'---. ,.-, ,. .-,f Q., -Q1 151 Ia D. eff' 'Q' il R - L... .... L - . 94 I - ' I Sw 1 C71 I A YZ rf' f M GQ . -3 -M CLASS OF 1930 A, -' , ? I Al 8 O 'U K I .4 .4 1 I LO 'Q , x W D. .1 1 I ,I D 'o l x lx 9 Q I ,I 4A . 1 I s I President . . . .JOHN H. WARE III I ' 'Y . . . - Vice-President . . .ALBERT H. KINDLY B Secretary . . . .ROBERT BOLTON 'A ' .Q Treasurer . . .DONALD COOPER A Historian . . .JOHN E. GILMAN, JR. 'gf 1 a ., .P H 2 i .l P. A ' , 'Q M 2 'vi f K 1 ess em up -1 In 'l Treat 'em dirty Q ' T Pennsylvania I f . . X - Nineteen-thirty "iv . -3, E 1' . P 91' '. g' - 1 A 1' 1 - if 0 ' All ' . 'g 1 '- -Q. X n .V ii if r' . I AQ' - 4-'uf'-w 56... W 1 , ',',v X 'T' ,f"-,.-- ' X :w.fG'i..,o6krZ5::,EP K , ' - ' ' I E " ' " T ' 1 - A-:il 15212:-A ,af--.u .Q i 1 , Y SL 'li F1 wifi .ny .J .yr f L.. ri 11, V4 A 4 4 - .iii NW k 'n'd, vQlTi:'o'n"aW. W'Ig'p'o'o1PYQf'n'0'iY WEYCQ' X ll i' Nl V' X 'QI 'fy 'll V4 2 ll' AV X W S Z 4.1 2. fnllgf 1.9 I... -7 . S il ' 0 A 'Z Q Jiffy . H A i 'F is 4 4 b mfr 1 ' 1"0Z'Z I fhfrotoro 6 flier my Jimi :fbi I lint :ez ' . ' inllmisgrnullfl -' iuiiwlQA5'lil' 5'1C"Iil' ' lfiyrk il f fl . FQ FTER an eventful week at Green Lane, the Class of 1930 started the ball rolling by being instilled with the true Pennsylvania spirit. ln a short while we knew the Pennsylvania yells and songs from A to Z. Freshman Week will long be remembered by 1930, even though the traditional Field Welcome was discontinued. bs. The Vigilance Committee did not lose any time in making their appearance. They started their campaign early, receiving very cordially all "wrong-doers," and we find this highly respected Committee is still going strong. ww Our activity shown in sports has not gone by unnoticed. In football, out of the six games played, five were won and one tied with the Cornell Prosh. The Soccer Team had A a good season, splitting even in the six scheduled games. The tank season is still young, but judging from the swimmers' ability in their hrst two meets, we shall have a strong team. We hope the aspirants for the Baseball Team will do as well. A In the election for temporary ofhcers, John E. Ware Ill was chosen President and Donald Cooper, Secretary. With their leadership, the Class became more cooperative and soon preparations were made for the annual Flour Fight. Unfortunately, we were not able to locate the prescribed number of bags in the given time, therefore we continued Q 3 the wearing of our black socks. The greatest achievement of our Class up to the present time, undoubtedly, is the gg manner in which we handled the Memorial Hall project. Much praise is due the teams who 5 Qi' worked earnestly and fruitfully in order that their Class might make it a success. The ' Class as a whole is to be congratulated upon its support given the Christian Association. ' . i The quota, 3I2,000, was over-subscribed by lfz1.,Q22. 3 A few weeks iprevious to the close of the first semester, the election of permanent Class Q oflicers took placelh Those elected are as follows: President, John E. Ware III, Vice- President, Albert H. Kindly, Secretary, Robert Bolton, Treasurer, Donald Cooper, if-if Historian, Johrggli. Gilman, Jr. The Class ofllI93o aims to continue doing good work and especially hopes to excel the gi records of anyiformer Freshman Class at the University of Pennsylvania. ll JOHN E. GILMAN, JR., Historian if' ef, . Q. rf ii -12. A-21 153 Ib-- N. XY J NL M., .NW 1 '4 4, ,r ,wi , , , ln. 4 Y, V - 1 ,--. ,- V.,-. -7- --shfx ' f x " " i Q 6 4,3if-..,.-. i1i,4,,-f, Xg?wx5.5,,-wwvfgg - " "" gm 1 . QQ A Ll, V ,U -L .-x 2 ' Q3 Vlliilf Ef CD CCDLLEGE COLLEGE Kg J' pff W . W V i- Q M C I LZ Q W f f lv? - 2 'W1P+ . Y. 4 K, ,X sk 1 '64 , 1 is 53 ps . JW f 1 W 1 Q , ' 1 Y' f f f . x ZW ' K V: ' J + C P S PRoF.CoRNELlus WEYGANDT PROF- WM. P. HARBESON , XX 5 , x ,- WJ E123 'gi we . W W T H E M0 ST POPULAR 'VW 'Ml ' 'C PRO FESSORS HYVHWQ JW' , 4. mfg RK! If N M R , , N ,Q A ,..,, C, ' 1 r . f 1 W Ts' xr Alf 'il ' 4 'N X ,..:. X' x.xA Gi I , rl a s Wjyq If 4 4 1 "' i I , I . Q QQ' ' ' l 'Q 4 ff-91 r 1 v 4 9, in I f 5 - -- M H b Q 'Q f H Fifa 9' y 1 p 4 n 1 'ww f C ' I 'M E H i s I I 1 Hun g U 5 , I yum N I .J A: H-'11 PROF. CLARENCE G. CHILD KL PROE M- C- BOYD "xi 1 , COLLEGE FINE ARTS ,fs ik F5 K xl mx KW 1 N Ak N If ,, 1 13. Nw' pl. A xi ff W1 WHARTON WHARTON 4, 7 E 1 1.1 1 1gjgL,I QSM ni 1 , l f--1770 V Q '. 5 . 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V. qx , 5 , , x f .5 ' ,cf I, , "Z 5 f- -1 Qg A 40 .- ' ,.AVA , ,. , .A -.QI 156 IEC'- Q DEPARTMENTAL 1 f V 'F ' if UNDERGRADUATE COUNCIL HE men of the red hat, composing the organization officially known as the Under- 1 graduate Council, have writtennew chapters into the history of Pennsylvania in up 1926-27. Under the leadership of Chairman .lohn F. Wolf, these men, who repre- fi sent that great group of undergraduates collectively termed the student body, govern them 1 li in their class and many other activities, and cooperate with the University administration, j , have taken an outstanding part in the affairs of this ivy-halled campus. fl' Student government, which has become a Well-recognized institution at many colleges and universities, has grown more and more powerful, more and more active at Pennsyl- vania until this year it found itself settling matters of moment to the undergraduates, ffl performing important functions, sitting as a disciplinary court, conducting various under- all graduate affairs and supervising others, hghting for what it believed to be students' rights, receiving adverse criticism, often unwarranted, at other times plaudits-always aiming to serve best those whom it had been chosen to represent. The Undergraduate Council attained notable success in improving its own organiza- 'J tion, carrying on the development which started when Provost Penniman established the -fl body as it is known to present undergraduates in 1921. Even the composition of the Council was changed to make it more truly representative of the entire student body. Apparently there was no superstition over the fact that there were thirteen members who gathered around the table in the Mask and Wig Club Room, but the addition of the three Ei? lower class presidents and the two Senior Society presidents, while one delegate-at-large was dropped, brings the membership to seventeen. g With the cooperation of the University financial authorities, a well-organized system of handling the Class money was instituted, providing a business-like way of administering the funds which in one year amount to considerable. Another notable achievement was fl the revising of the election rules which had been in use in previous years, but this year were found unsatisfactory, especially in the unfortunate incident of the protested Junior elections. Such improvements cannot help but raise the prestige of the Undergraduate Council. I F The publishing of a pamphlet outlining the work of the Council and its relation to other University andundergraduate organizations is sure to promote a better under- standing and closer cooperation. The annually changing membership of the Council has presented a difficulty which this will do much to overcome. Reflecting the conhdence of the University administration in the student governing body, many disciplinary cases were turned over to the Undergraduate Council, and it is significant that in every case the recommendation of the Council was accepted by the administration. Aiming to mete out justice to all students who came before it in such circumstances, the Council attempted to give everyone the consideration which a fellow student rightfully deserves, at the same time dealing severely where such methods were deemed for the best interests of the other students, the University, and all concerned. Believing that there should be opportunities for the expression of University and class spirit, the Council saved the class hghts' tradition from what threatened to be its doom, arranged some of the best football rallies that have ever been held at Pennsylvania, con- ducted the Penniman Bowl contests in a manner which hasqmade these events stand for more than they ever have before, cooperated with the administration in establishing the worthy Freshman Week tradition, and last, but not least, carried on the fight for better football seats so that the undergraduate spirit might be made most manifest on Franklin Field. . Such have been some of the activities and accomplishments of your Undergraduate Council. EDWIN C. PEASE, Secretary L :'3gI':'f, . 'ai 160 ra- 'i if .5 1, i XM' Lay, i Vjv li fill lslf'-ffl smith Y? ., .,. fire if 1141 l. --1' .P 5?'T41 ' Wai J, , l 'rl' fi? if li-if WA 'L ,Iwi is l, K'-41 if as -1-- f ,yy 'af iirfl 'fs' avjl jl F If-fn 5 fi 5 fr 1 ,ia ix 31, -1, 5 5 'L 1. Q35 E f KL Qi T557 I if gill? ' fi? .,,. Ci? IX? C5315 'TL Lf I Y I 63:4-I .J 1 ' W ,Aff WW .41 I ,fxx If 'f ff? ,KIIQ F2513 J ii 92352 5 2 fig? R525 QQ nj STEVENS JORDAN GOECKEL MASON HEss SHAEFFER MCMAHON MAXWELL ' PEASE WOLF DRISCOLL PALMER UNDERGRADUATE CGUNCIL Chairman Secretary Treasurer WILLIAN1 GOECKEL MARTIN H. HESS WILLIAM JORDAN J. STANLEY LENOX ELDREDGE MASON . .JOHN P. WOLF . .EDWIN PEASE . .EDWARD DRISCOLL M embers --,. -..AX ,, fflf, ' -i I , Ll, J IV-, V., A-:II 161 II:-A CHARLES T. NIAXNVELL, JR. C. WINDLE MCMAHON WALLACE G. PALMER JOHN SHAEFFER WILLIAh'I H. STEVENS Lf AT' .f .. . . 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QQSQX QA 3 S09 ms-pf 3'-. -5 .,- RQ? 'W Q76 fi qrr:"GTW'a l I f N , , "' 4 sa ,' J' rv i lngcfa. Q' 2 KJA G an A Q -f XtAfa A - A a gp 5. X aggamsamsjfsgsygigifs-c24Qj,aCl Q M Q, g ffZ-WL if 7Z Q ax: fl? ' OLLEQE I-TALL, the majestic and the magnifi- ,y,l,4t cent, rises rom its awn of green and covering lfgffil of ivy, to watch, year in and year out, the activi- ties of its beloved undergraduates. Much of the tradition w lacking in the more modern buildings on the Pennsylvania campus is to be found centered within the walls of the College. Tablets mark the spots of some of the hrst and less genteel class rushes. The Steps show the time-honored tread of those who have gone on and continue to carry llfwffiv the weight of a newer generation. Only one of the two 2551 original bell-towers remains. Time and tide have made an impression on this old structure. Now, with the scars of modern engineering upon her, College Hall, the axis My of scholastic life and home of the Provost, continues to if? faithfully serve Pennsylvania men. K-rail . . if Graduating classes in years gone by could truthfully xg T state that had never heard of the Arts Association y nor its activities. lt was the Hrst of the departmental Dean Bwk, organizatiogs at-I the Univefsityii and through lack. of ,-W activity an pu licity was orce to assume a position of mere background for the College. However, during late years the Arts Association has become recognized as the official activity for this scope of University life, and with such FQ? recognition, has grown exceedingly large both in membership and extent of its activities. Concerts, readings, and drama all fall within the societies' activities which are aimed to 5 include and stimulate interest, not only in literature, but all of the finer arts. 1 The College is unable to boast of the majority of men who have interested themselves sg-Ei, in outside activities, for the curricula of the College force her men to make scholastic activities prevail over social. Even under such circumstances, undergraduates of this QQ department have been quite successful in making names for themselves on the campus. The departments of the College itself occupy an enviable position in collegiate ratings, the Department of English being noted for scope and ability of staf. Cf course, being the largest department in the school, it can well afford to be able to assume such a position. lg. There is, however, another department within the College which accomplishes so much 4" yet receives such little recognition from the student body.. This is the department of Psychology and the wonderful clinic work that it performs. Founded at the University of Pennsylvania as the second Laboratory of Psychology in the United States, by J. K-fi McKean Cattell, the Laboratory was soon followed by the founding here of the hrst 52' Psychological Clinic in the United States. jf! Thus, with an exceedingly competent faculty and a devoted student body, The College Nj, has done a great deal toward carrying the University to a wonderful position in University ' les. CJ circ ei? Q SSH Q a t' -'11 162 Ib-- n 3 ' ' . . A Q . . . . ' -- . I -R., -, 0 . Y , GTI-I E 12-2 YQREIC O RD A' . l 0' 'O I , i 1 ,. J' QA ' e Y' IQ' x I I .I W L. C' V. 1 - A6 af 'A 1 . .1 I A ' V ' I ' 'l I .I ARTS ASSUGIATION Iv u o , . U' P , ' IQZG27 g . I f ' ' I T President .... . . PHILIP DECI-IERT Y., I K . .1 3. b Vice-President . . .V . THOMAS S. GATES, JR. V ,G Q J J Secretary . . . . . . 'GEORGE D. MILLER ' I Q' . Treasurer . . . . CLARK WILLARD 'A ,L .4 i . ig ' .. 1 x ' .2 ' f .gl D Executwe Commzttee , Eg :Qin T' ARCHIBALD W. ADKINS THOMAS HUGHES' J .. i I A .- x . 1 1 1' E. PEROT BISSELL WILLIAM M. MCFADDEN "- fx D GEORGE C. BOWKER CHARLES T. MOFFET ' 'Q' 'O' K . A JOHN PETER BUTLER ELI KIRK PRICE 3D 'Lg ' . ' LEONARD C. DILL, JR. PIERRE MAROT QUINN, JR. ' 'J . I 'o J' BENJAMIN WEST FRAZIER G. FOSTER' SANFORD l I . 5 ' .A A H GEORGE C. THAYER , , P. .v I' A ' 1 lx A. Q' 1, I I K I A' 0. .,L , V I' 'f A A. . I I 0' I f ' 1 , 2 si' 0, .. , I. ' 2 , 0, A, . . , Q. -,.-N-,K N D, .i -i .. 5' Qfr2w1 S. ' .3 sl. . .5 Y Q. . 'fi . 1 I f I fn' - -A1 163 IA- 'I 51' Ah , 1 JY, , -5- H fi?--' f--m?:a,J.v..-,,I x . V I v,,.i,..... x , ,L , L-""" lf 1? W. ' 1 . I , , v u f x .1 157. .1 1. :r. N, 1 .V N X., ,+ I ' if ' if , fra tif 7-' hifi 'fa ' Y JX 'Z 1 'Q SQ vfgtQ,,'Sf FQ-A B 69 2 ajgnxs-pfN,m 5 LEf .5QX., Q29 df 3 ffjzj Z " E , iam ffl WW A - G fig QQQQ-is2 QQ Q, 94 ,LQ f fw k. i?5,Q aff HE students and faculty of the Wharton School, under the noble leadership of that far-seeing man, an D E .J pf ean rnory R. Johnson, have lent themselves to the inspiring task of improving the standard and . personnel of this department of the University. A careful selection of .the men to be admitted to the Freshman fpijjf Class in this oldest of American schools of business ,fm administration has- produced a type of student more fist adapted to the strict requirements maintained in this institution. During the past year many applicants were lofi turned away because of the limited enrollment. How- ever, this is in strict accordance with the new methods S3 being employed, and means smaller classes with greater Eff' attention on the part of the instructor to each individual. When the geographical scope of the enrollment in this department of the University is considered, the reputation of the courses here given is fully realized. Students from the wide world over journey to Phila- ijxll delphia to enjoy the privilege of studying in this institu- .J Q . . . . . V jf, tion. Nothing can be more indicative of the profound :fffifr Dean Johnson esteem foreign peoples hold for the Wharton School and its faculty than the attentions accorded Dean Johnson f on his recent visit to the Orient. As graduates return to their native lands, the fame of this ,fifth department is spread even wider, so that in years to come we may safely expect a great increase in the number enrolling from beyond the limits of the United States. Some means must be provided to care for this addition and work is being done along this line. if With the recent discussion, however, concerning transferring the undergraduate schools to Valley Forge, the plans for a new Wharton School Building have been pigeon- holed until more definite data as to the future location of the University may be worked out. Nevertheless, the old home, Logan Hall, has been remodeled and made as modern, as the Exif facilities will permit. Present plans include carrying these improvements on, so that the my undergraduates of today may be properly cared for without overcrowding, and we can if. only wait for what may happen tomorrow. Will it be Valley Forge or a new building on Eff the Woodland Avenue site? Whichever plan is adopted there will be always need for a ffl Wharton School located in the city, because this department has become an institution in night training for those who are forced to work during the daylight hours but who, never- Ui? theless, desire advancement. There are thousands in and around Philadelphia who have fi' been able to improve their position through training received in the Evening School Courses lglfi of the Wharton School. ln this connection, we can also mention the splendid work being done by this department in the University Extension Courses, thus bringing to those re- moved from the University a chance for a part of that training for which it is so famous. ff! Regarding activities little need be said. Wharton men can be found in every activity IQJAVA connected with their Alma Mater. As athletes, managers, publication men, and in dramatics Wi, they are found always at the fore in goodly numbers. In fact, it has become tradition among tiff, Wharton students that they are expected to be the most active on the campus, because their training peculiarly fits them to take charge of things and run them efficiently. wifi. Mi' r" lf Ei? ' -'SAI 164 Ib-' e '57 K X. Us V -I n .1 i ' 1 Q LQ 'Y O ii F4 . if .I 1' . .10 i 4. D Q N tb I3 la, Q gr X . til . ln aa . U. mi 'ff' if rf' Y .al gy? fi l1 il' I7 fii1',TT5 ff57?Q5:"":f11P3"TT"'ffif DQTEET w"1?"'T9iTf' -Tifzilfiilii ?mT::'f 47TA"f-Q' 'fiilzfffff T,i a-. I w ,.. all 12, El! Gif Cfff'-Q :res-if 4-1 ff'-'i'Q-QQ Wgsgkg-Qw Q-by M ,Davila-Dfw? I .b3-f Qwfg. ti., . . , f VI, .9 , -sc I D - .L I Z G 1 - " A.. Q G ,Gig 1 . Q3-Ei-3g 7 EJ22gQ ai,fg,3Y.7L,Z-W2-7L gil.. . . N 1920, the courses at the University were assem- bled in the School of Fine Arts, whose plan of organization, through existing and projected de- partments of work,.prov1des for a broadening oflits special field of activity as opportunity may arise. itil Two types of instruction are offered, professional and general, the hrst providing the- history and apprecia- tion of art and the second giving a liberal education 1,35 in which the history and appreciation of art and its if technical expression in drawing and design form the I1 ' maior interest. The professional courses are divided into three groups: Hrst, Architecture, second, Music, third, Landscape Architecture. Dean Laird established a unique and important principle of selecting students for the Department of Architecture in 1926. Its ad- vanced courses in architecture will be restricted to those students who have demonstrated a special apti- Dean Laird tude for that profession. ' . i Q U I The University carried out this program in the fall of 1926 by opening a selective school of architecture, with a three-year advanced course, admission to which was granted to those students who had shown special merit in a two-year introductory course. I The Department of Musicloffers two courses, each leading to a degree, and a special course leading to a certihcate of prohciency. The courses leading to degrees 1' contem late the education of musicians of two t es: Hrst, those who develo X231 I P I I YP P cinpacitly fior original composition, and, second, those whose talent lies in the Held ' , o musica execution. The special course is offered to musicians desiring to qualify in the theor of k .... . . Y Q33 I music. This work is designed to give the student a comprehensive knowledge of all that goes. to the making of musical composition, from the song to the symphony .T 1 or oratorio. ' The Department of Landscape Architecture was established in September, 4' .Q IQ24., with an educational standard, teaching personnel, and equipment which I-ll places it at full level with the course in Architecture. lt comprises a range of 1 f studies, both technical and cultural, deemed necessary to a thorough preparation ,I for the general practice of this profession. Z ' Thus the student of painting, sculpture 'or music, architecture or landscape architecture, or the decorative arts, studying in an approved. school, may earn the University degree by adding to his professional studies a minor volume of liberal I ' study taken at the University. V' 5 to FY? "?tfT"iQf51 7 1 'iff ff PD' -11 165 Ia ,7 pg itll ,I . af ,. T P vw ly l l 9' 1, L F317 fimyxt was I. hgh' HI 4: ,7 lvl Vp 1 as 15,253 'il .if fi- lg Ui if 127 2 gag? ,HY Fifi -I 91:-gr K' tif 'H'-, f.'.g!:'L ,1',.n,II. 1553? 311,13 if ffl? 1, 'WML if gy? Ziff h ikff .pnq i ff Er E441 J' KET ,lf Eg. YIY L5 .I NJ .as l QL.- . .4 Spff, 1 Q ali-f Hwy gain 2 ,ll wr' ru? fy 5 n -,J QI :gin Jlvfli? tpff gghi ,w,! .1 41 1 " 2. ffm: ffii ilsfg sin, "Y F71 'Q atjy bed rnx ,f 9 31 any lf ll' ' -. 1, fi? Jyfj lffif 3 5 if f QL! I.1Dgt,?' 'fic' iitifi TQ UQ W1 J?" ' ,V frbi lb lil, 4 f. I ln ,QQ 542.3 39. . f , ff, ti K ? Ll . ,.!f?,3f.i ,fgx Q-1 M, 1 -1 lf! 24' ,J 1.1- me 1 .ts rar ef !. J! if fr, . w L ' . ,,, ve' ' 2'1" ' " 1:sffi51sQiQliE?l ff-f 5f1'??F.:24 4- EQlefQ.LQf-,Qf STU . , 1 E l ugly -'L X -'N ,,--' . A Ql GWQsSQfQeXsi1 W hyfiii. QQ J HJC- .-iilf' 5 I D 4 0 if A Qg t ' Q X QYQQQQ A i Q tfv4Aw2N ,gig 4, JQiz7Qf5s-X, Q78,Q 21 1,221 jf, kill ESQ 1, S LONG AGO as 1894, a chair of Pedagogy was iii. yn S established in the College. For a number of years . QW! . it was capably filled by the .lovian Hgure of Dr. l"l Wi, Martin G. Brumbaugh, later governor of Pennsylvania. He was succeeded in time by his colleague and classmate, 4 374 Dr. A. D. Yocum. These two men plotted and dreamed 'Y . 411 of the time when the University should have a real 4 School of Education, and in 1914, after the passage of the Smith-Hughes Act, which set aside a generous appropriation for educational purposes, their labors H ' bore fruit in tangible form. In that year, Doctor Graves, now Commissioner of Education in New York State, ' fl' was created Dean of the School .of Education and the f f "lV'i resent de artment as we know it be an its existence. or. P A f P 1 1 g . . Irst the office of the school consisted only of a 41, 1 t ,rl desk in a comparatively vacant corner in Room 106, College Hall. The next fall this educational infant burst its swaddling clothes and preempted for its nursery all ll Dean Minnick of Rooms IO6 and 108. During the ensuing decade this ,9 predatory and lusty newcomer overflowed into all the Q. . less densely populated ofhces on the campus until, with the opening of Bennett Hall in 192 5, its sprawling administrative groups were gathered efficiently and compactly under a h single roof. Not only did this fine new building provide ample room for offices for faculty rg and executives alike, but space was provided for the Penniman Memorial Library, an 1 invaluable collection of educational literature which has been augmented until it now com- E? ffl, prises the staggering total of 28,000 volumes. , So much for the inception and physical growth of the school. Its curricular develop- ,Q ment has been no less amazing. ln 1892, a few classes were established in educational ,lily subjects for the beneht of practicing teachers. These classes were held in the late after- noons and evenings or on Saturdays. Very gradually indeed these classes were increased. 41 gi When in 1914 the school was organized, a course was offered for the training of academic D, fl teachers. Then a Department of Vocational Teachers Training was established in which l, ,ff courses in both home economics and industrial education were offered. Next a series of Q aff courses were added by which, with thelcooperation of the School of Fine Arts, students were enabled to train for the work of supervisors of art education. ' 0 X TQ In 1924-25, the season which saw the opening of Bennett Hall, three new curricula ax were added. These provided for the training of teachers of commercial subjects, of teachers pil of physical education, and for supervisors and directors of music. The Wharton School, the School of Physical Education, and the School of Fine Arts cooperate with the School .of full, EA Education in these courses by offering what is technically known as content work, while : ' In the School of Education concerns itself with the presentation and study of professional roi and technical problems suggested by the auxiliary work. 1 lg lfjf "1t'l L A T A-:JI 166 It-A ' :fairy .. we--'R ff - f f--We s -'Y 1 fs Z' ' .SET MU ' """" f " ' ' 'M' 1 fag 4. Q9 K , W I g r ff Xp' . f 1-Sag N A GM H, 33' as -' ff? .. 1 l .ZA L :W in I 'fi f AY , A 1 - N - 3 4 ii? er 2 Q .- gzfx-2 L '1 , .5 if ,- A , ,. gl 1 ' V 5 . 1 J . ,E 'YQ , 1..,!- J 3, wh fy Els. 1 Q 'x ff W--'f m H. W f. Y I 4' I 11", BAIBIZN CUDEN RIBHARDS Baogsxv SIMONSGTALBQ1' E:l.OGE Hunugrz THOMAS BROWN FLIEGEL MCCARQON SWARTLEY Ilglolzcxxoss Q W ., .3 ' BE T SSER ABLE IMMELMAN ARON , AcLgr?xIf':H YEEEZER LUDLTEATATTYWICHTQIIQIRAAN Pix?-SSKOPF AMMOIERE SIMZINS INGENITO KRAKUSIM CURRAN NB 5 ' BINING MCSHERRY MEASUROLL Hsss MINNICK WORST GRINS1-EAD PAITMER Mlcr-IENER V, P fb KL I ' J ' gn .ff . Q 4- X ,fl . , f -1 1 Q' X- qg E EDUCATIGN CLUB xl . f 2, , , ' " 1 -gf, Presrdent . . . . . JUSTIN H. HESS 'A ' Vice-President. . . . WILLIAM DILLER WORST v 4, Secretary . . . . RALPH MCSHERRY h U W , ,I n .. Treasurer ..... . . DAVID MEASUROLL A Assistant Treasurer . . . IVIATTHEW PALMER 'JA Delegaze-at-Large . . . EMANUEL GOLDBLATT ' , Facully Sponsor . . . DEAN JOHN H. MINNICK QQ, ft r ll 31 N r 1. f' I-Nj EQ' ,gi V V , 51 . - ,p-5 Ss, 5. Qi ' ' 4' lx ,I2 V I u , , . ." T9 ' gk ff?V"Zr--t- "wwf-H-N. - "1 f-wrfwrw fri Q' -4' .2 fwrfxffr-we f A ' N --we f ' ' as a em r Z r N s -QQ. fl f r 'E+- ww- e - 0 Y ?F"5sff?f-,ffs2r,rsL . ,QQQQ 11,1 167 Ie-A V H llf5'f'??f Ar .. k lQ3s2. . ...3 Y E 3. '- .4 , . rf, 's : C7 Q sv Q it " 1bSe .X' xf?sM 4 D 1.2 A 6 E-15 S Eva ?.. ', A ir, -Y 9 , - , , Y '- V f 'se1mlaL.,4s Qyfgkfifgiv 41 Q it csesarfg or 'ffm etsasgwcgyx ri Q,311Q3vfTZ-4f7QD 'S. - , FEL, - , HE School of Veterinary Medicine was established in October, 1884, and occupied a section of the old Medical Laboratory Building on Hamilton Walk. The student enrollment increased and in 1904 the lot at the corner of Thirty-ninth Street and Woodland Avenue ffm was purchased, and upon this site temporary quarters were erected. Subsequently, improvements were begun, and in 1907 the hrst new section of the school had been completed. However, it was not until 1913 that all the buildings, the school buildings proper and the Hospital, were finally equipped. These buildings and equipment are singularly adapted to the work of the Veterinary School and Hospital. The Veterinary School is the best equipped in the eastern states, and only one or two in the United States may be compared with it. The School offers a four-year course leading to a degree of Doctor,of Veterinary Medicine. ' The Veterinary School and Hospital are ideally located Dean Klein in a dense animal population. Within convenient access by automobile are many of the best stock-farms in the United States. As part of the course of instruction, the students regularly visit these farms, where they have the opportunity to observe the symptoms of the various diseases and accidents and the application of treatment by a member of the faculty. This method of procedure is known as Ambulatory Clinic Treatment. During the year 1926, on these farms, 5,200 cattle, sheep, swine, horses, and chickens were examined and treated. A large ffl? number .of pet animals, particularly dogs and cats, are brought to the Veterinary Hospital c 1 for treatment. There were 9,339 animals treated inthe Hospital during the year 1926. ,H Many of the cases brought to the Hospital are treated in the free dispensaries and the fees charged for those remaining in the Hospital amount to less than the cost of feed and care, M while professional service is rendered free. The Hospital, by treating these animals and A .f instructing students, renders a public service. . 5 The Veterinary School has within the past year suffered the loss of the valuable services 1 ' of a highly esteemed and popular instructor, Dr. Adams. He was the oldest professor in time of service in the Veterinary School. His protrait has been presented to the University f , is by the students of the School. ' 52,4 The Veterinary Medical Society is an organization in the activities of which all students participate. This Society serves to stimulate the interest in the science by the presentation '.. of papers by student members, with discussion, and also by securing speakers on subjects related to the profession. Each fall the Society holds a "Smoker" to acquaint the new A ' men with the customs and traditions of the University, and also to make them better A yiyl 1 acquainted with the upper classmen and instructors. Dances are held throughout the .V year, and the Society endeavors to advance the veterinary student socially as well as in . a professional way. . B fa .- 1' r-fi -:JI 168 Ir-- HF '-47 ' M A' 3- f' L! A ,X ,Al J QI T? 0 FA .. if I 1 35. 17 I - '. I 'LIQ , L b ,,,.I Tx J gl. ,1 , gf uf!! Q, . . , 5-5. 4 f O . K Aux' gk' ,. Q .Yr AE , ' 5 2 gl.: . 4,5 R , 'A ' r' IL I' ' . fr fv , X. 1 I v , 0 F A I I LJ .V IP 'T iii? 57? A i3Z'PJv SEITZ DAPSON HUGGLER BOWEN SULLIVAN BRIGGS PARRY DUNN DIRBELL WEST BARTO MCKINNEY BARNWELL ' DOETSCH MUFFLY LUKENS SCHEIDY MILLER SMITH MERRILL MCCAI-ION ROWE BEARDSLEE STEVENS BACHRACH BAYARD SCHALL QL S, 5' U HALE MEHAN WATSON STARKE VANSANT PETERSON MOORE DR.UNDERHILL DR.MARSI-IALL LEIGHOW STEINRACI-I WEBB WENDLER E5-,wgm HEGENBUCH TUCKERMAN RAWLINGS MILLAR PM ,. Ag I ' ETERI ARY MEDICAL SUCIETY .41 .L ft' IA, -5 ' G V Ojicers ff gb ' ' Pfcsidenl. . . . . STEVENSON MOORE, JR. Librari-an I. . . MAURICE WENDELL HALE Vzce-Preszdenl . . . HARRY BAUMILLER STEINBACH Executwe Commutee . ALLEN STEARNE VANSANT I Treasufer ..... LYNN ALLEN PETERSON JOHN DENGLER BECK ffbx, Rgcordzpg Secrelary . RUSSELL SIDNEY BEARDSLEE TAYLOR PRESCOTT ROWE g,.g',Xl Fznanczal Secretary . JOSEPH AMBLER SHOEMAKER MILLAR JAMES ALBERT MUEFLY D A W ,f W MEMBERS , - ' S Senzors is ig- HARRY MORRIS CORENZWIT STEVENSON MOORE, JR. ALLEN STEARNE VANSANT XI ,E P GEORGE MARCUS LEIGHOW LYNN ALLEN PETERSON EDWARD ADDISON WEBB VI .S I CHARLES EBER MASSINGER HARRY BAUMILLER STEINBACH MAX LOUIS WENDLER fly f L I M ' . . K Jumors , HAIM APPELBAUM CLAUDE LEROY LAMMEY J. HUBLEY SCHALL , I ALAN BACHRACH WILLIAM EDGAR MARTINDALE CHARLES FREDERICK STARKE Q' ,' , RUSSELL SIDNEY BEARDSLEE JOSEPH ALOYSIUS MEHAN CLARENCE MARSHALL STEVENS V' , JOHN DENGLER BECK JOSEPH AMBLER SI-IOEMAKER MILLAR MELVIN LEROY SWEIGARD Hn LEE MCDOWELI. ESH CLAUDE WILLIAM MILLER HARRY HAYWARD TAYLOR T 1 JOHN BERTRAM HAGENEUCH ERNEST WILLIAM RACKLEY EDWIN DOWNING TUCKERMAN ,Y , MAURICE WENDELL HALE WARREN BAKER RAWLINGS CHARLES EDWIN WATSON 1. CHARLES EDWARD HUTT TAYLOR PRESCOTT ROWE A ,I Ali Sopbomores 55 I LEE GODFREY BARNWELL ORVILLE HERRICK DRUMM JAMES ALBERT MUFFLY -ff RICHARD SPEIER BAYARD WILLIAM MCDOUGALL LUKENS SAMUEL FRANKLIN SCHEIDY J GORDON AUGUST DOETSCH JAMES VINCENT MCCAHON JEAN VAN TASSEL SMITH I WILLIALI PAUL DOHERTY WINSLOW EATON MERRILL FRANK WILLIAM FARNOW fd! if R Freshmen fn LESTER RUSSELL BARTO WILLIAM HUMPHREY DUNN PALACE HENRY SEITZ ABRAM TEMPLE BOWEN GEORGE WILLIAM HUGGLER DONALD MILTON SNOW ' MERTON LORENZO BRIGGS ABRAHAM KOMAROV JAY BROWN STAUFFER 1 HAROLD EUGENE DAPSON EDWARD DANIEL MCKINNEY CORNELIUS FRANCIS SULLIVAN N I CHARLES MERLE DIBBELL RICIIARD M. PARRY JAMES RUPUS WEST ' ' 'E "A T' A ---um' T- '--A A .-T A-. -"T fwffxsff- 2-H -'--f-,,-f A---- .AS f-1 T.-,H -fy, PM-mv: L .L -- A' A, A fi I . S ' I, .L . 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Con- '7 ,iff fronting him will be many difhcult problems to solve. . f Indeed, the great technical and scientihc advances of the V1 twentieth century have intensified these problems and. it Sill? opened up new helds of pursuit that offer to the Towne 23 ylhgf graduate a mighty challenge. The vastness of the held, 13- however, ceases to be appalling, for behind him he has a fail, training gained in one of America's most advanced and jfff ' famous institutions-a training tc equip the graduate for .ijy the particular career he has chosen. It remains for him ,lygfp ,i',,Tf, to apply his training, each according to his own judgment gained by careful and intelligent observation. J It is no wonder that this branch of the University of Q 'V Dean Frazer Pennsylvania was established as a separate school in IQI2. l lt has existed as a scientihc course leading to a degree iwl since I852, and was then an integral part ofthe College, known as the Department of Science. On several occasions it was enlarged to meet the development of the rich and expanding held for which it attained, until today it exists as an independent school and a splendid memorial to the late .lohn Henry Towne, who, during his lifetime, did much to advance this unit of the University to the position of prominence and importance it now ffff occu ies in the field of scientihc education.. i Tihe Towne Scientific School has three departmental engineering societies. They are 'fl' the Priestle Club, founded in 18933 the Whitney Society, founded in 1898, and the Civil EngineeringySociety, founded in 1905. These three societies, together with the American "al Institute of Electrical Engineers from the Moore School, have gone together and formed og the Engineers' Association, which is composed of two representatives from each of the four societies mentioned. The primary and successful purpose is to further good-will and Q J? encourage greater cooperation between faculty and student. lil, . - ' ' . 2153 isfrelrgiingtled ofuthefwordls of Dian Fraiqerhof tlhe Tovgne Sciesntihc School. i ' VA i . e I6 o activity or t e gra uates o t e owne c1ent11c School is very wide L . and replete with opportunities. The scope of engineering alone is extremely broad, so that ,J-5 innumerable avenues are open to the engineer. . . u . . . ' n V ' "Each graduate carries with him a twofold responsibility. His first' responsibility IS l t I A to himself, and the second is, in many' respects, Just' as important, for 112.13 nothing less . g y thandhis responsibility to the University which equipped him to take h1s place in the j wor . .TAT fl vifi IQ 'A S A , nt... . fi ,. ,- . ,.- ,..r M ,.--. .. ., . N ,. 5- .7 - i-. ..:zI 170 ia Y .- v A Q ,A I A A . X , V E- v ' , , -Q V "W" -.- T' , . T Q -- . -rj-"R,"-'fjii-+.Eg:je" I xifjj..flLlL.S--Zjfayrfggs T If1ElQI'1? 2 if Q R QD . L-945. ' 1 1:-ll 'Q li U mx. .9 ' ,Y Ei .A iff IFQSIL . f ,Q Q... Q-ggi.. wifi E If',r!7Ji JI . .il I EIA iii .A M73 S. 1 any V J . Y ' fffa 9- THE TC W NE SCIENTIFIC SCHCCL , 1... .LI W . -1 I. FWS .0 ' American Society of American Society of Priestley Chemical Mechanical Engineers Civil Engineers S - fig? j I , , A . . OCICIZY is-V if ml University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania 4:85 , hi Student Chapter Student Chapter wld ' .TI President, JOSHUA A. CHRISTIAN President, ROBERT C. SHOEMAKER President,-H. FLETCHER, JR. ' I Secretary-Treasurer, ROY JONES Vice-President, A. B. HAGER, JR. Vice-President, H. W. FIELD 1. Secretary, W. F. A. FITZGERALD Secretary, J. F.. CARNEY I ' QQ Treasurer, J. L. Cox Treasurer, WM. A. LALANDE ' K H I Seniors Seniors Seniors ,ll 'I I J. A. C S C. S. DOERR C. M. AMBLER j G. C. CPLFAIRI-FAN G. B. GILBERT H. A. AMEISEN .f f W. B. HAMILTON M. GREENBERG J. G. BUTZ S" If W. E. HENDRICKS A. B. HAGER, JR. L. W. BUTZ . , N- C. E. JOHNSON J. H. IRZVY H. ELETCHER, JR. O R. E. JONES H. E. ANN H. . HILLRORN h G. J. MEYERS, JR. J. H. MILLER G. W. HOFFMAN ' ri H. L. PARLE'l'l'E C. A. ROSENGARTEN W. A. LALANDE, JR. Q' A. J. RANRIN R. C. SHOEMAKER W. M. LEE X: A. H. REYNOLDS, JR. Q D. S. MERRITT QW H. E. SCI-IMIDT Juniors R. B. MULLER ,. j SEIFFERT J IERMSTRONG ECI-IROY ' . . TEVENS, R. . . LAMPHIN . . NYDER - " ' ji N. H. STEWART, JR. ALAN CORSON, JR. . . C. A. SUPIOT J. L. Cox Juniors 'Q - 1 Z. T. WOBENSMITH W. S. EISENLOHR, JR. W. H. BAUMGARTNER Q ,Q FITZGERALD E. CERNEY QA T Juniors . . ALLOWAY OEL I-IAMBERLIN A - ff Q J. S. B , J . JAMES JONES H. W. C ., , E , E. c. Effiiiiu R A. D. KEMP H. W. FSXQRD X if F. MASI F. S. MAHEDY W. G. HENSEL .f Ii C. B. MCINTOSH C. K. MILLER C. W. MOORE 4 -' gp F. H. PENNELL W. F. NELSON J. L. MCGRATI-I , I 'V I T. J. POWER F.. J. OERTER T. F. SCI-IAEFFER ' , S. D. REYNOLDS J. W. OGDEN A. J. STARKEY I J. C. SHAW N. N. OREHOFF R. R. VALLEE ' .1 W. W. SLOCUM G. M. RAMEY W. R. VAN METER , I . F. J. TUCKER, JR. W. G. RIDGWAY, JR. C. ZAHN Q I W. A. WITTE H. A. ROWAN P ,- A' YLMTTHOMPSON U. . . INGLE , ' f R. T. WALKER v . S. WITTLE, JR. - ,I "Q H. C. W f L1 R. I. WOKIJQIJD F' .. 'I 9 9 ' , .fagidtli A - S,',.,.T?,,-,A-iQ'-I y 1-Rye, !5yJ'1t:x,,,,,.,m,, L: ,W - , - I,--,J .e.,.VI,: 4 . 1 x . -f. 10501 369 . z 171 Ie- . . ,pg ,. -my .. - , . . . . .., ., , ,J .-- 1 f i X . A A A yf.sif.1fr-.?'u,Ri-3 Q , I J J- .v ,wp ,V a- 2 -L.,-'J K.-1. , V jigigggni. 1 , ,F...,.,t..,,?f.-,.aa Q- .U ,,,w1i,.s,kF!:Z?,fx,'9 P C7 15 Tbgg fait fff-"?Qi79 ?FY Y6 in I Q T ' QQT7" c3 to ,3QCf:Zw?Qggb gPkQ lTl-I the housing of the Moore School of Electrical Engineering in its new home at the southwest corner of Thirty-third and Walnut streets, we see the final achievement of thirty-four years of progress in the held of electrical engineering at the University. Early in 1923, the Department of Electrical Engineer- ing was detached from the Towne Scientihc School through the benefaction of the late Alfred Fitler Moore, whose will designated this school as a memorial to his parents, under the i name of the Moore School of Electrical En- l gineering. Until moving into its new quarters, it was housed in the Engineering Building. y The first floor is devoted to laboratories and a servic: shop while the second floor consists of administrative and staff offices and classrooms. The research laboratory lias a special group of electrical and optical instruments in addition to the common types of machinery in the instrument room. There is also a specially equipped shop for the construction of experimental apparatus. Each member of the staff who is engaged in research work is provided with an office containing special facilities for his particular type of work. The four years of the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering are divided as follows: QaD The fundamental training common to all arms and services, Cbj special training instruction for various arms and services. Dr. Harold Pender is the Dean and chief administrative ofhcer. Due to the increasing importance of the Moore School in the development of electrical engineering in the country, the Board of Trustees deemed it wise to have the structural features provide for two additional floors-in order to allow for future expansion. The special facilities of instruction which allow the student a leeway in the study of problems of Industrial Management and Corporate Finance make the Moore graduate more than the ordinary type of engineer. While engineering, of course, is primary, the development of executive ability is encouraged, thus making a rare combination-technical training plus increased foresight of in- dustrial problems. Dean Pender J . 1, . 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W' I-fri? lx MV. ,XL 1, ' D -. f T - 'Wifi A 5 P la br W Q5 -. , I- lk 4 9 A 'gi fs i 'aw I 4e.AR.a, 1f5S ,rLf2, , LWAYS pressing onward, never satisfied to stand as an un- progressive unit, the Christian Association at Pennsylvania continues to carry out its plan of expansion and growth which was so nobly started with the completion of an exceedingly successful drive for a new building. As the Class of 1927 leaves the University, men are leaving the Association whose untiring efforts have done so much toward the placing of this Christian organization in the en- viable position which it now occupies. Theirs has been a great work, and one which bears convincing testimony ofthe response to a whole- some and practical Christian enterprise among University men. Commencement week saw the laying ofthe cornerstone ofthe new building, which, of course, has been the culmination of the desire of every Association official. The building, when completed, will repre- sent an investment of 375o,ooo, of which the student body contributed 369,000 To S. Crozier Fleming goes the thanks of our Class for his great work in lead- ing the campaign. Though the Christian Association may be charac- terized as a typical undergraduate organization, the scope of its activities and great work is by no means limited to the student body here at Pennsylvania. Students taking active part in its work are used ex- tensively in carrying out its plan of service to all. This aim is very obvious in the numerous working units that the body has outside of this institution. The University Camp conducted at Green Lane, Pa., has long been famous among Philadelphia youngsters for the enjoyable vacations that it extends each summer to President Bentley f- --al 174 Ir-- rl i. all f 4 fag r A an fa it 52533 e., I .- -2, X .. Tv! f 'a fit I A" 3 S. -K gl Q 1. ai fa X . P, 'QB ki w cf 52 r gy -r c J 1 w a 0 N if ? .i .pu A 3 m x 5-if f. v ii'-lf F' - ' fi: r . ., U "T:-1i?jx" 'TF-v' ",, 'E-,gag-je'K.,' 'fs-Q --jf --ajffrf.-Exif' "iz, ,L "T: M12-:A '-i9'f'Si5f they ,f'-,E--LL f-gf' Q sf f Q V - . V F 1 55' Sglfglrttflf-33?-afz:fEeeE1e.ifiJ:?fQiQ 0:5195 il QE. LQ .41 lf' F if W YW V Y ' ii those who otherwise would never be able to appreciate the great thrills that camp-life affords. During the past summer, over hfteen hundred Philadelphia children were able to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. The University of Pennsylvania Settlement House is another of the outside working bodies of the Christian Association, conducted under the leadership of Pennsylvania under- graduates. For more than twenty years this social house has received active attention from members of the student body in the guidance of children of the slums, both in their play and more serious aspects of life. One of the lesser known, yet most powerful, of the C. A.'s active working branches, is the International House on Spruce Street. Here four hundred and fifty students, representing hfty-nine countries, are registered and participate in the programs outlined and sponsored by the Association. Foreign royalty meets the sons of American laborers on a common basis, exemplifying and furthering the pur- poses and desires of this democratic body. One of the newer working units of the Association is the recent instigation and great success of the Deputations Committee. This body chooses from competition, speakers, who under the leadership of "Charley" Bentley, have been going to schools, churches, and num- erous meetings held outside of Philadelphia, and talking of the op- portunities olfered here at Pennsylvania to those who are anxiously waiting to be able to take advantage of them. One has but to speak to the members of the Freshman class to learn of the wonderful accomplishments of the Christian Association in solving the ever-present problem of successful Freshman training. Each year, before the opening of school in September, Green Lane is held open for the incoming Freshman class. Here, for a small fee, to cover the cost of meals, the Freshmen are able to come into contact with campus leaders with whom they are to associate in the approach- ing school term. Every activity on the campus has an opportunity to send one of its members to this camp at this time to explain to the incoming class just what the purpose and scope of that unit is upon the campus, and how to enter competition for election to its member- ship. Further aid is given to the Freshman by the publication, each year, of the Freshman Hand Book, which in book form explains University life and its numerous traditions. emit ""'-f:"i- 'f'Zf"ri " fu -- 'ff Lani? L?'?fJ"','2afifT,+ Effpfq'--a.,,i. 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For the first time in the history of the organization, the Christian Association will conduct a Summer Conference for male students of the colleges and universities located in and around Pennsylvania. This is another attempt to further the scope of the Associationfs . activities. - As the Class of IQ27 leaves the University, it can well afford to - look hack and state that in the Christian Association every under- graduate can find an organization Whose principles are those of ever onward" in the carrying out of its noble, program of service. NA phase of student life stands impervious to the loenehts offered. lt is indeed an inspiration. A I A 1. V Q li .A I O .4 ' I ,Q 'Q X 1 0. ,, ' 1 ,O A , O 'Q X 1 0, .. I l I ' Q '-:JI 176 Ib-' A ' 1 .Q - , ifndrrsgiigzml Eg 0 RDD , Q . ,T 4 c O v 115 ',: ' 4 EI a, u 'X .5 'I -J. A It 2 tht I F233 ,Iwi I I J -I ll.-L 49 til I 4. I 6 I an J' Oi I -I KH I in f 554' 'S S 1. It --.IL ggi I PLS W win RSF' Rf .I , 11 5.83 + I l is at Iii? l.,-- 'ri ,II CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIGN CABINET 1926-1927 OFFICERS President ........ C. S. BENTLEY, JR. Vice-Presidents . . . .C. H. MAXWELL, JR. RALPH EATON Denominational Vice-Presidents Baptist . . . . .ALEXANDER REYNOLDS Presbyterian .... WINFIELD NEVIUS Episcopalian . . .ROBERT CALLAI-IAN Reformed ...... CLARK WILLARD Lutheran . . . .FREDERICK J. PFEIFFER Other Denominations .STANYVOOD SVVEETSER Methodist .... JACK MCDOWELL Departmental Vice-Presidents Medicine ........ WILLIAM LIMBERGER Law . . . . .JOHN DERN Dental . . . . .PAUL DIEFENBACKER Veterinary . . .... JOSEPH A. S. MILLAR Ex-Officio Editor-in Chief of "The Pennsylvaniarf' .WINDLE MCMAHON President of Senior Class ........ JOHN WOLF International Students' House Advisor . . .WELLINGTON SNYDER qv- fsrre -' WI if 1,1571 I- .12:.Yg at I I-gl iffy It if .Q V ,Hr Q' 1,1 A- My .U i' 5 JJ? IK 3.1. 535 I. 13 I fl -gf. Ql 'fb Q -I in 3 ff e-RI I 4 .-41 1, lla -g Q' f I I I ll W Viv Ef- A I A . il T' xl IJJQI fi In n 9 it K. Q, J Q1 qi. I " yftlps 4 h ,.,,,. . -MF ,X N.. .L .A ,- F ... . V. , y 1 V If rf23w.D 5, 3,1-1,g,.,,.. eifzj-f5I,.ifx5k ,v,m,:3 jj, f,fr'f I,ji.'fxQ.' 9 ' "'11,t1' 1 i - ' 9- X, . A , I"'x -.,., '-"-f , ' ' -H. A. ,e . V -'....'v .N J'-e...,f.-A.,.Affff-Im,f's.,.ff.,4.Lt1X-,,,,ffs.,.f-1-L --11 177 Ie.. I. fo-4-. -1 ,W 5. CJ it .,i.N , ,. Ti W T, - ...,. .A f iii ., 2 XX. H s S lift li. aaa'-fLQ.l?4R L QQ R D9 552 JQV Q E13 Vmf gy NEWMAN CLUB if". HE Newman Club, founded in 1893, is the oldest denomina- tional organization at the University. The Club is for if Roman Catholic students, and has a registration of over 1,600 members, of whom over 250 are active. The activities of the QJ' Club are very extensive in the helds of religion, education, and social .Ui service work. These include open forum lectures on religious and 5 philosophical topics by prominent leaders, numerous social functions, a large and well-stocked library and dramatics. Newman Hall is lg headquarters for the Club. ln the Hall there are contained St. Bede's Chapel, many clubs, reading rooms, and living accommoda- tions for fifty students. The property also includes the residence and ofhce of Rev. John W. Keogh, the Club Chaplain, who is also Lil Chaplain of the Federation of College Catholic Clubs. Settlement work has been an outstanding factor in the Club. 5 V I n the downtown sections, social service work has been very effective "0 among the colored and the Italian people. Scout clubs have been 0 6 formed, Bible subjects and catechetics, as well as citizenship, are taught. Medical and dental care is given in the settlements. The - I Club has charge of the dental clinics in the Madonna House and the ' 4 House of St. Simon, which it equipped and maintains. ln the past Q year over 1,700 cases were treated in the clinics by dental student members of the Club. in i The Middle Atlantic Province of the Federation of College ' Catholic Clubs, embracing Newman Clubs in the eastern and south- X, eastern part of the United States, held its annual congress in Phila- delphia on February I8-20, 1927. The Saturday afternoon business and election meeting of this Convention was held in Houston Hall, on February 19, 1927. At this meeting two members of the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Club were honored with office, viz: Jeanne I Pericat, Recording Secretary, Joseph F. Vanhorn, General Secretary. Q QF' 4 it .0 wi' 3 1 -Q1 178 1a Q -- -- -ef-fm vm, va.-. -.,- .,k,, ,,,. ,,,,,,,.,n .,.,,,,,. ,-,-,-.:,,:..q..-..:.....--Nr - ' - Q,-3 .1 4, 5 .NL ' ., Q. if ' fi?" J N, L 5 I gg. F im 6 by 3 Er J fir U' . L, rj 1 L5- J. s-a ,lx Q Qi J fl J ,t pa. X iv L 'D 'wt . I-'ZIV' NEWMAN CLUB President ..... . . THOMAS J. SULLIVAN First Vice-President .... JOSEPH KENNY Second Vice-President . . . MARYROSE BOYLE Treasurer ..... . . CARL J. SCHAEFER Recording Secretary .... JEANNE L. PERICAT General Secretary . . . . JOSEPH F. VANHORN f-X1 ,. ,- , "'.L --wx., m. f-. -., , ,, A A ,.X.1-,',-,dr-... ,ei af- ,Q ,. ,-Q, , -. -.iw -4 , .. ,, ,A ,. .Q , . A. ., , ., ,- .,-- .N J., ,.,.A.,,-.,,-1, E .---.-,.. E -.-N. - - -Q nh 'f-if K .1--'P L - ' " Aff, 1.1 S'-'i W'-4:.,:aw ru: 'Ln' ,. 1 ,r-vw-J v. 1 ' T-,T-' - r.' . ' ii H 5' Q if '35,-',,1!Qlii"g,j ,H k" 3.1111--.ff-P' V11-54? EE," 1, ..gf',4'wr. - . K- 1 .rvf -.-- - -' ... urn- "4., e,f,-,o .eq 179 Ie-J -11, , EPNP Q ,pg A J 'fJQz"r 5353 I Vu ,, ,fr ,, gfig, gyda r -x 2359" .ff 1, fn? 1310 1295 afgfgjx ,J ,E X a all iv img . Nag, ?fZ'Y IA? '1 L' ' A J wil? ' 'B 224 G93 .1 , 35, i r 4-, 1 Ywxf G3 553 Qui? YK Y ,Aff ii ' 'S ith 5 t if J W m Hi fir f ii' E5 x, Fifi WE ,., 'T - 'ie ,SQL Ui?" if . -.Abd 1, J mel "yn 11 1.1 tk v S 5 fm, Q iii Ji' Fi 'J 4 4 f. i .A ,X '- w 1 v.-.4 . ff in 1 ,Iii .',r',' 1 'is' rfgayv fi i v g vig .Hi ri ef ' 1 P. if 4 1-J g fy IIA KJV. ,QI ': I fj , W .4 11:1 Je ly l 1 ilamx iff' -r 5' 'af Txir' Ui I in ral it ,J F' 'W L' v -1 Ui? Ti lu iq: Il ' V' r M- ffili X . .f. -. N ,.,,, C L5:47 Za,-yn-Ar, ,,L,,1r3f3 .rf ' k-,sg-..e.Ta:-qv: , --.....3:A: y , . ,. "Q-fi , W I 'Q .5 J ILWIS 1-1 Q. , 'i 445 .37 5 A55 HE Jewish Students' Association, while only founded in 1925, has already become one of the most active denominational organizations upon the campus and a most potent force among the students. Its purpose is to cooperate with all ofhcial groups with the express intention of stimulating the religious, social, and cultural life of the Jewish students at the University. The Jewish Students, House, its home, is located at 3613 Locust Street, and is the center of all Jewish activity. It has the enthusiastic support of the Philadelphia community and is sponsored and maintained by the Philadelphia Branch of the United Synagogue of America. Other Jewish organizations also use its facilities. In it is located a spacious dining-room in which more than one-hundred hfty men and women students daily avail themselves of food prepared in strict accordance with the Dietary Laws. Indeed, the luncheons and dinners at the House resemble more round-table discussions by friends than meals in a dining-room or restaurant. At the House, also, religious observances are conducted every evening, including special services on Friday evening and on the festivals and holidays. Among its club-rooms is a library which contains many books by Jewish authors and authoritative volumes of a religious and historical nature. ,The activities at the Jewish Students' House are many and varied, including classes QR? for the study of Hebrew, Jewish history and literature, and discussion groups in current Jewish problems headed by capable leaders. A Bureau of Social Welfare has been started and works in harmony with the local charitable organizations. The latest addition is a Dramatic Club which in its short existence has presented a number of plays. Dances are frequently held at the House, the festivals properly celebrated, and varied social functions given. The Jewish Students' Association also publishes the Jewish Students' Association News for the purpose of keeping its members in touch with all its activities and with Jewish questions. It welcomes all Jewish students upon the Campus and extends to them a hearty gsm greeting, urging them to use whatever facilities in whatever helds they may be interested, whether they be social, religious, or educational. Your education at the University of Pennsylvania will not be complete without a knowledge of and an interest in the affairs of your people. ri L. Xi "le --al 180 Ie-A ii ,sw A I o o -.-, V - Y. l 4 -I ' -in i . W 5 15 Ste! .,,J.l . 1. 1 . I A 3 5 'fd I li, ' x 1' gf I A' . U V at t ,Ax I 9 W 2 1 P. l .4 ll 4 Vi n 'E YY 9 v 11" Q ,L 33 m 3 0 'W-u 1 ' 1 . Qi -. I 1 LQ i 0 I we w Et B 4 it it as 'ffm-gif "ffrt'g- 'E 1 ' '72 gtg: wif if-L-, . 'T :sf vf:f1f'i'fE3f"?Tiff" ff'f'effffZ.Tv-.4TQ:-4 f- . l.vg"E,1 ,KLfEf?:f:pii5f3.4? 'S.btf1i 'i.fi..lL.lflzgklli1 it .Q A: fb B2 it 1 lx 1 I. 4 Ln , 9 --K - K . 1 . V ' 1 A. 'A t u 5 'X It sf 1 Y Q' sv J I 1 'm A 31 1 P F fm ' , . '5 'i tx 'i 'L' . Q' Q . I N 0 AV 'L Tx, ,.. GALEWSKI Buomowrrz ROSEN MAAS SILVER LEVY KRESCH WARFIELD BERNSTEIN PEARLMAN ROSENBERGER BERNSTEIN S-rRAuss SADIKER LEVITAN JEWISH STUDENTS' ASSGCIATIGN CABINET President Vice-President , . Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary .... Assistant Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Entertainment Committee House Committee . . Religious Committee . Publication Committee Publicity Committee . Library Committee . . Membership Committee Dramatic Committee . Education Committee . Welfare Committee . .-. Lv .-., 1 'A-L, .HARRY STRAUSS . .MORTON ROSENBERGER . .SAMUEL HALPERN .ESTELLE B. BERNSTEIN .BESSIE L. SADIKER .DAVID LEVITAN .LEON SILVER .MORRIS PEARLMAN . .EPHRAIM BERNSTEIN .BENJAMIN D. KRESCH .EARL D. MAAS .GERTRUDE LEVY .PAUL ROSEN ESTER WARFIELD .JOHN BUDNOWITZ .ALBERT GALEWSKI ,gn av 1. 'fx ,f,.:. .4-ff-,A A--., arf-, ,-..,l1,,Y,.-..4,,",f-w.- - , N A. V.. RA. V. 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A v I s i'i.'1 i'17'.t," 'IIIL'-ii. 9'LWf.4:N L Mil 1 ' V M My ' ' A ' A U S, .,.,, . ll. 1!1, if 5 ,Nl ,Ld 11-JI I' If . ,I ,, ,sf ' :QA ',, W glaze , c f 1 s 1 I I' if H , ,cm I, 1 , 4 H I "Y, Q, 2, Ei- - I f 'I , -B'-' 5 my TI .322 I I . , if- W4 7 sf.. I 1 I I lx ,LQ I-Q, f ILJ If I. "TI V...- , vv,., -If I,' Ulu,- ., vUl, MENDELSON LEVIN SEIGEL WINER I-4251 KASSMAN RUGEL COI-IEN LITWINSKY VERNICR BALLOU DRASIN 5 PAYES FISHER SMITH MITCHELL CLARKE GINSBURG ff!! X..- Y 1 ' -'fi I: , wp :Jr ,' J- 2' 41, President . . . . ADAM J. SMITH frf',,rff, . . ' fli- Vzce-Presrdent . . H. L. ARCHEY, JR. Q-II I Secretary . . . CLELLAND L. MITCHELL agp Treasurer . . ALLAN J. FISHER Aw u- -rs, ws Members fffj , ff.,-, 7:1 K H. BALEN A. S. GIBSON S. I. PAYES 1.-Qi, .L ,Q J. BALLOU W. A. GILFRY N. RALPH .Mg -2' gf'-5' A. CALLAHAN T. M. GINSBURG S. RUGEL I if C. CLARKE, JR C. H. GORDON R. A. Ross M. COHEN R. JONES S. SEIGLE S. DRASIN S. KASSMAN F. J. STEIN xgjf I J. C. ELLERY S. LISHE H. TURKHEIMER ' D. FELIX I. LITWINSKY J. L. VANDERSLICE .1 , J. P. FALLON A. H. MARCH M. VERNICK 317, J. GALLIVAN L. MITNICH D. WINER 5 ' IIN. S. GEHNIAN A. PARDEE G. W. YOCUM ' ' I D. ZLUMBERG . 'f-5 -X vi . i L,1 gl :QQ Ri -I .MM vi 5, Jr 9' .. 4 , ,- , , , T f-.f Q- R' 'Atv --UII 183 122-- ,'Y kay I . in Ili' ff-If i 5 1 .ffj in I lf' .' If ,f-. Eli Yiit I ffl: IAF? lit? in Q15 Iv!! me liigg lt' it ,Li Q' ff? I mf' 1' qw, I ef- wa I my f, :C 4 ' -Fi, I aa, 4: if 94 , Lal. . .al Yikylii 1347 I ,fu f 145:-il lid.: ,jx 1 A 1 1 ,gf S, .gt 2 H' 1 7 jiri. fi I :gt Ca if 125 Q 1 .J if . if Q rr xiii-ju Qi 9 lg ,y Silt sm 1. 1-, ,al is ,, ,DW --Va, ,,.. --,..-......2,,xW 1 U . . , I s 'syn -xm- 9 qt" 'ttf-Si am , 4:-.JA ,Ja c-ax , v C fl' . .53 SIDE from the ordinary yearly progress and betterment which time itself confers upon a growing institution, debating at Pennsylvania has taken some dehnite and decided strides forward in the 1926-27 season. The primary reason for this has been the formation of a "Debate Union" which has stepped in to more adequately hll the position of the old Debate Council. The purpose of the new organi- zation, in addition to acting as a controlling and managing body, has been to allow all students interested in debating to take part, even though they do not become members of the squad. Under the able direction and attention of Coach Kennedy, together with the aid of the other ofhcers of the Debate Union, Captains Magil Cfirst termj and Snoke Csecond termb, Graduate Manager McMichael, Undergraduate Manager Gramer, and Secretary Mclver, the scope and importance of debating at the University have greatly increased. A number of open forums have been held, and everyone who cared to was invited to attend and offer their suggestions and contributions, as well as receive new ideas. As a result there were eleven Varsity debates, one international debate, and three Freshman contests this year, better material was available for the teams because more men could be tarriedg and all the debates were much better attended. Since the time of its beginning in 1894, the Debating Team has been asserting itself more and more each year. From a single annual debate with Cornell, in the early days of its existence, has come a schedule of fourteen debates, crossing national as well as state lines. This year, Captain Snoke's Varsity had contests with Princeton, Bates, Wesleyan, Amherst, Yale, Rutgers, Lafayette, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, and Col- umbia, as well as Christ's College of Cambridge, England, while the Freshman bucked up against the Rutgers, Lafayette, and Princeton Freshman. Despite the increasingly hard schedule, however, the teams shouldered the task and well maintained Pennsyl- vania's high standard of previous years. In the Annual Frazier Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, held in February under the auspices of the Debate Union, it was interesting to note that more than hfty men took part, while last year only twelve competed. Edward Furia and Freeman Elder, both members of the Varsity teams, were awarded Hrst and second prizes respectively. In assigning the honors for the success and progress of the season, one dare not overlook the Class of IQ27 and the part that it has played in furthering the cause of debating at the University. Here Magil, Snoke, Inman, First, Furia, and Sampliner deserve credit for their help in developing and rounding off their younger team-mates and for fulfilling their position as backbone of the squad. In the same breath, one might mention the Delta Sigma Rho Honorary Debating Fraternity, which is to a reat extent responsible for the interest taken in debating here and throughout the g . . . . entire country. Magil, Inman, Elder, and Snoke are members of this organization. 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WALTER ROSSER M17 'fr-J F .rg DONALD J. ALLAN WILLIAM L. GOECKEL LEO E. POLLAKOFF IM-fy JOHN J. APONICK BEN. W. GOLDBERG THOMAS PRITCHARD V61 'Qfff GEORGE J. BALOG WILLIAM GOURVITZ EDMOND S. RACOSKY 7555 HAROLD D. BERI4 ALPHONSUS L. GROHOWSKI JOSEPH J. REDINGTON . ff F R B ' D T R L .I RANK . OHAN DONALD C. GREGORY AVID . OWLANDS E , , Q 33, PAUL R. BOHAN JOHN T. GRIFFITH HOPKIN T. ROWLANDS f 'IQ STANLEY LE RUI BROWN NEWMAN W. HAWKE GEORGE P. SCHMIDT ffggx? SAMUEL T. BUCKMAN ERNEST HERSKOVITZ GABRIEL A. SCHWARZ .. , 'ff-' . CHARLES J. BUFALINO ELMER C. HOFFMAN WALTER L. SCHUMACHER I L J J .ing MICHAEL A. CONTINI LEONARD P. HOFFMAN DURELLE T. SCOTT ? V ijfg ELI COPLAND CARL E. HONTZ LOUIS SHAFFER O 2?-'gg WALTER J. COUGHLIN BENJAMIN H. HORN THOMAS G. SHEEHAN ff' ARTIHIUR B. DAVENPORT DONALD C. HYMAN WALTER J. SMITH X' f..'7It 1 '. L:1.,g,r LEO J. DECKER MILTON I. HYMAN JAMES H. STICKLER gp V JOHN DIEDRICK RALPH R. JASPER WALTER H. SWETTMAN rl ALBERT R. DRIESBACH FRANKLYN W. 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IXQ6 197 .5 Scabhard and Blade .............. 212a 'P Sophomore Vigilance Qommittee ...... 210, 211 :Q Tau Beta Pi .... f ....... 9 ..... 202, 2.03 Q.. fl ,I 'e 2. Q4 ' A ,Q ,D . ef 4 ' 0 'A :' af: ' 'z -HI 190 Ii:-' f - ' ' n N me-G::.- M-: - gm W F " lil HQNQRARY g, 1 i ADZRNIIIB dl ll lf If! xi' fix FB 1' f FUI i f n ll Ml Qi...- W M Q16-xmg.L9 'O g 1 l A C 1 .v ' 1 4 " t R. O O V o PHI BETA KAPPA I 1 1' J ' , President . . . . CHARLES PAUL IWANICKI fl I. . . . A. , Vzce-Preszdent . . HILDING ARVID BENGS r - ' 1' Secretary . . . . , ALLAN LAKE RICE -, , I y Faculty Admser . . Q JAMES FISHER IRWIN' " Y J 1' 0, 5 O Members ' - 0 0' I . l LESTER LUFF CARLISLE, JR. 'Q .0 , : ' , W. LAWRENCE CURRY ' .Q U ARTHUR GRAHAM EICHELBERGER 5. I I 0. A f WILLIAM HENRY ERB I' ,1 EDWARD AUGUST KNOBELAUCH I 1 'I A - - A RALPH MILLER . 0, r JOHN MARSHALL PHILLIPS ' .h w J Q' It HORACE IRVIN POLEMAN '1 I L. Q ' WILLIAM BERL SHAFFER . O7 , 7 I JOHN HAMILTON SKILTON Q J :A - w HARRY SOBELINSKY ' D ,R N! GEORGE KLEPPINGER STRODACH .4 O, ' . ' 5 . 1 f ARTHUR- .HERMAN WILSON ' .Y ' 'o 1 ,O I ' 'I .. I 1 .' I . 0, ' 5 I . I U' - I I 'Q A. 1 ' ..4 i I I 'T f J. ' I U l ' I., " NE f O Ov L ' I -.of ' - 'R' 5 - - s- R...' , Q I J --EI 192 Ib-- 31, I , I HEI Q ZJQR QM I SQ 1' Y QI 'fy-5 QIILQ I In II 42' 1' -J , ia , W V Q .. M if Qi I 5 j ' ' I2 -L n " 1 'infix I f L 'ff 'fbi H , 1 , E? - 3 .- ILT 1 .fl I X -14 I Q ty! Q? ,V in I' r I Q31 L Y ' I fl. -A 1 ' MILLER ERB PHILLIPS CARLISLE lf'-I Z H WILSON CURRY ' BENGS IWANICKI RICE KNOBELAUCH SOBELINSKI 'Q' I I EJ PHI BETA KAPPA W, Ski: ' I- 5 I Y ig I I Q15 4, Q , V 3 1 V ' 'Kr I I I 9 " I . X : 41' wk-'rfb F? 'I I E ,-vi: I! I ,I L- - ' I I 7 A 'Q I I i W 91 ' Y 1 1' 3 U I , I I . , I' I 2 I "I' 'I --QI 193 Ir-- v W QQ? THEU19 Z 7 115 C OP-DD V 3: O .. ' 1 Ao YO X I f 0, 1 . 1 1 .I BETA GAMMA SIGMA '5 5 , l . r ' . . I 'o Premdent . ,. . . ERWIN A. STUEBNER , x A I I 0. 5 Secretary . .. . . :ROBERT SI MIORGAN I Treaiurer . . . WILLIAM! BL. GOECKEL fi I f A " . . :fi , , Al A Members 3 I I O ' l 5 X .A , ' PHILIP K.-ANTHONY . a 5 x CHARLES S. BENTLEY fl 0. ,Q ' EDWARD W. FURIA Q' CLIFFORD XGRAVES I, I I A " JACK HELD ' O I F . O ,. I THEODORE INMAN , .1 , x 1 I 0. DONALD B. KRESCH A. ' 1 WILLIAM KRESCH ' ' 2' 'O 5 J. DUDLEY MARKS 1 V A .4 ' ROBERT S. MORGAN . 0 Y. Y , ' X I EDWARD SMITH 1 I I- Ii I ,Q 0' -, I I K x A' O, .. V n ' 2 1 ll A. . I I 0' ' I I x Q A. I. ' ' n o ,. , A ' . 2 1 O, .Q . --A1 194 Ip- Q , f l ,Q i g T5 Q ' .lg xx x l , 'w i . , . y if N Q, 4 r lr , 7 , ' S 'Q K I 1141 -1,-fix. f-If ' Q. 5 ...X Q ,5.:f::ff:m.g. f A A- ,M --.F ii "", 5.5. - ,.f:.,jg 13 331-jx -Q ,Li D M SQ 4. LIL - r 45 1 E 1 fm T . rin . ! W f I a s y . X Fumf. MARKS GRAVES SMITH D. B. Kmzscu W. H. Kmzsca l s-P' xi ml .. 'E ,. BENTLEY MORGAN STUEBNER GOECKEL ANTHONY ' BETA GAMMA SIGMA Q5 f f V? ' Z ..... ' 'T ,!. -Q ., V .--.... k ,,l-..'.- R Y - lJ:I,,:1, X.. L.--NJ ,,wr, K., . I, M- . , 5 .a , .mx x . . .W , ww, , . .-,,.,. . , N ' if 4 ' . in y " . x, . - .. f,.. I H .,.. -Y " . . 1, ' -if x ' :Seng .' -1 'JL f ., v.-1 ,5..-'-wwf-,-.74 A , - . . -W , 1. ,ff ,f-1 1' .QI It.. Q C3 jf E151 42155 F X 'P 4-'Af wg A WW iffy ' sgefsg we M gg. . 1 ,1- 41 W. kg. -vlsifi A bt , if f Lg . .J f ia QM , . H 65's-:min ffm 'Dx w .X 563 . 'H f wi w"'e fq v , X gl-Lx Q gf' af If Qi I it . yi. E5 'TTA 4 in , . KD VW 5.34.2 V? we G-. FN XIX 'vi 'fiv 1 'fs ii K . r 4, .f'gsj'? ry ,r-jfifxfl .' .lr A . TWV- 9 I ' ' . n .QTHEQIQ 2 7I'lll.1RE,C-0,RDDf. Lanz. I' v ' 1 X If .U .1 C It .vi I :. ,I 7' V 7 .. . V. 5 SPHINX SENIOR SCCIETY , I 4 ,l wg . ', 3 Presrdent . . . . . . J. DUDLEY MARKS ' 5 ' A . . Secretary . . . . . ERWIN A. STUEBNER ' Q' Treasurer . . JOSEPH BARR ,, 1 I K ' o. ' ' Members . V O ,V g ' C. ALFRED ALLEN I , ' A 0 . ELMER ARMSTRONG ' . U O .1 ROBERT C. BAKER . .1 ff A JOHN . BUTLER :I ' K ' PAUL P. DAVENPORT , PHILIP DECHERT ,- I I i '- EDSON DROINBERGER ,O ' ' RALPH R. EATON ' of . . I , CLARENCE FIELDS K Q O ' BENJAMIN FRAZIER .A A ARTHUR M. HOPKINS, JR. ' . 'U v ax ARTHUR F. JOHANSEN 7 I 4 O 1 . ROBERT A. KRANTZ U ' O U .1 GEORGE D. MACDONAILD I 'Q ,6 ARNOLD D. K. MASON g ' . A ' - C. WINDLE MCMAHON ' . SAMUEL W. PARKE ,f I I 1 " JCI-IN SHAEFFER A: . J V ROY SLAGLE . .1 ' l GEORGE THAYER 'Q Q l ' ANDREW F. THOMPSON 'A ' ' I I . 'Q 1 l V 1 I C. L. U I . . ,V 'O 1 A' af C I v I O 'O . I ' 1 O, - ' 3 . A I --:II 196 Ia-- N hw '62 ' af..wU NX 1 5, fi fi? 3, bi' iff rf, E? E QQ! ,f .J ,, Q12 ' 1 'ia v 'u- F? iffy N3 4- 4 gfygfi 'Q 1 J Of W L . .. I x T , Am! A.: - . Q.N,,Ow:L5.,:mm,mQOL.E.LE U.ll-O E, Y, ig EQ.--i SLAGLE .IOHANSON ALLEN FRAZIER DAVENPORT THAYER DECHERT BAKER THOMPSON MACDONALD ARMSTRONG SHAEFFER HOPKINS MASON STUEBNER MARKS BARR DRONBERGER MCMAHON EATON SPHINX SENIOR SOCIETY 1 if E, f f -N Mawr- O VM- - ' gf- fi f Lf' - 'f 'inf . , - ' .. 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GOECKEL g ' K ' by CHARLES HILL ' .. 5 W. F. MACDONALD ' 5 I i ,V - - W. E. MASON . .1 ' . . 1 ROBERT MCCLEAN K x o . WALLACE G. PALMER 'O - CHARLES ROGERS' Q' I ' ' 1 o ' I DONALQ K. SINGER " I O ' ' .- ' CHARLES STUART ,. I I V x l 1' C.'OVERToN TREMPER QI , L CHARLES WEBB ' O .4 I 2, JOHN F. WOLF ' Q . 5 ' ' RICHARD N. YOUNG - fl 'Q I L' I, ' . O I 'Q I - . l x 2 1 IA I A' U I . 0' . ' 1 - 3 x A' gn .. 4 n ' 2 I 0, -- ,Q . . y Q't ' .', 1 U 5.4 O .ia O I' J ' U Ax-nf' ' If 1 5, 'xii . y'- V 198 Ig.. 4 "?'f. ,QQ l..f ,7 M,- V1 if . L., Lv' ,L Ag .,,, 4 ,.L .f- 4 A :1 v . '1 N "w A7 1 3 4' ' EH If' 1 -'H ff B L 'L L' f 'l" ' -A" 'M fT:'fi.:Q-gLfTL?.1F, if-.,,Cfgi35Q.E,'cf,:133kiQM llimlli QALU if f I n 3 Q fm FTM ' M7 A ., ig 1533 u ,L .w W. 1 ' -af' ' ii?- , 2327.2 Q in E35 E El fn V Y ff . A . , L 45192 5? 1 W IQVV V WEBB FREEMAN STEWART MACDONALD MCCLEAN MASON iii , , . WOLF JORDAN HILL YOUNG ALPASS SINGER TREMPER GOECKEL FLEMING 2 -1 4 , FRIARS SENIOR SOCIETY V, V Vi , 1 Q E "w i 1 1 'Mi ' 53 ff, 5-fx .ff ' , Q9 :L E E9 W5 L 2:2 .1 QE -, L New 0 IJ Q q QQ 11 E V ' W w 25 -if A , A LP, '-dl 199 'I Eff IIS QTY? 5? RI .1 , lr-4 Ig: 5 eg FI' I L' FQ? 5? A F75 Q 'X . a 1 z v P' L1 .Lx -L'I .I ff 51 a P- is v n 'Sr 3 -.II .Xu 'X -H fiifiwi ,-3: 5. 3 f-3 e,-m.1Af',fs1ig27 ..3fi13-Iilgf-2 S-I-wxf I S Rx. 4 - . - -. A... lgjgisl 9 A Le? JS- Q U R NY. K . Y., .1 I .J I' I F Wg 'I 3 'I ug ,I 'V .Ag . 56 I! 1 DQR' if . .1 Hia. I 1' '7 f .9 STEVENS HAMILTON CHRISTIAN MULLER Y '. WOBENSMITI-I HENDRICKS JORDAN NAUGHTON MERRITT Q ff . rx "QA Q HEXAGON SENICR ENGINEERING SQCIETY A .I , P President ..... . . WILLIAM JORDAN 3D Y Secretary-Treasurer . . . . W. E. HENDRICKS P 54 I Members RZ sf J. A. CHRISTIAN ,,II , r, . WILLIAM B. HAMILTON I ' I D. S. MERRITT QI R. B. MULLER AQRE J. T. NAUGHTON, JR. W. HARRIS STEVENS ZACHARY T. WOBENSMITH .Q A "fl.T"-'l?""M -. 'F' 'ji-:fpf"T'N2f""'-w.4v "xg R-,,,4fS,,.--4'-A -S'-.L agp ff-S-iG.1.11'r fi ff- '-,,,1,.f.. " ',f+SfA-..C41-r-+,J'iw'f ffm- -'-. f- f ffw M ' ---11 200 Ib- '- A T .N fw i up H ' 'W ' - ' E ' V11 E. 'E V 2--Qi :stiff ' -F7012 M A lf.. H E E119 2 .ITEM .E L QR . H - -. .:4, . - .. . - LL.-. .L , V? -TTY. - xg? Q .V J., few' T mi ' . j 4" 3 Q MLP Q . . . '.g-,,-,Elo Q. T W Isl A M ,TQ Q- U . A Sify B 1- 'I -Qxmfv . 'Il' 1 1, f. V.. . . I A.. Q. r 4 ." ' , A M girl .K'. Y ? V If N Q4 Y ' FLETCHER BUTZ VALLEE CARNEY VAN METER HENSEL COWARD ' Q ,I V, SCI-:Roy FIELDS MERR1-:T MULLER AMBLER LEE AMEISEN 32 A , ' W lil if ' N, A. L 4 qi 1 ALPHA CHI SIGMA 'Q 1 . 1' bf It Preszdent . . . . ROBERT B. MULLER -1 -. 5 Vice-President . . . . DANIEL S. MERRITT u w . ? , . Q' fx Secretary . . . . HUGH W. FIELDS ev' 1 Re orler . . . HAROLD W. COWARD ' A9 P , Treasurer . . . . PAUL C. SCHROY Q ff Members 1 J A 41 NL C. AMBLER W. G. HENSEL In H H. AMEISEN W. A. LALANDE ' LEWIS BUTZ W. M. LEE fb A I . 1 A J. E. CARNEY R. R. VALLEE X V, L. H. FLETCHER, JR. W. R. VAN METER if 22. . . Qi D i 5 1 -ff? ,QQ 2153224152-:'4x'?fM'f"-Wir-. f T, Tig' f T.Qf'l.'i lj' , Twfisfp E'.' '3f'f'1"Ei7 11. 1f'frf" N311 M' R' ' 'PYfEAM,f1f51g.Ffj',fff'fL'f fi.-'ffgiiTqr:3KTL4VIji',iqp Q " sig-'xiii -51 201 hc. O ,'AQTHEE192.7ERECORD 'O ' 1 x ' o a. I 1' I A 'Q I I V I 0. I . 2, DELTA CHAPTER OF PENNSYLVANIA 5 I- i , . AP President . . . , . ROBERT E. SEIFFERT Vice-President .... CHARLES S. DOERR .Q I 'Secretary Q . . . JOHN A. RANKIN " I Treasurer . . . WILLIAM A. LALANDE ' ' 1 . I 2, I J " V Seniors . J . A . 'Q LEWIS W. BUTZ CHARLES B. OLER an ' CHARLES S. DOERR JOHN A. RANKIJN . . . WALTER J. FULTON ALEXANDER H. REYNOLDS A., GERARD B. GILBERT RAYMOND RUWELL 'g f CHARLES GROSSCUP ROBERT E. SEIFFERT A . I WILLIAM A. LALANDE PAUL C. SHROY - 'o EDWARD F. LEAHY THOMAS TALLEY :I .7 ' JOHN H. MILLER A Jurziors ,I 1 ' 1 " b WILLIAM G. ARMSTRONG NICHOLAS N. ORHOEF I' ' HUGH W. FIELDS GRANVILLE M. RAMEY - -v fl WALTER G. HANSEL SAMUEL S. REYNOLDS .U I S. REID WARREN, JR. :I r. .' I ' I Q. Lf 0' . . I I 3 A. I, II: I 0, N A. U I A ' 1 2 gg A o. .Q 1 x ' 2 I 0. A, 1 , 5.4, 1 A, - n ' N.. Q ,. , n , Q ,,..-STV! H , r S l M.. ,A . Vx' .,-H A rxifix , 96,-vS,,k:s V Q n IE. . .. --:II 202 12:-1 Q al i""'b1'iwfC fi ffm iff?-ff-TF ' A 5 Z? fffd T- lxfwiiiii "fi V LEU M , . M A 'M L L U A 23' WLS Sf 'V' I' fig- 'Q B S 54- S M H e .v :SEQ 1 M 5.52 3 A . QW? W! 6' V ,N ,wif Q-if 4, sg? . - ' WJ: 5 fi? W o o J L A G55 F ,KL .. ,,,. Z ,f .1 a Q .V 1? i A IC "'V , 1 L, , ,W " ' RAh1EY S. REYNOLDS HENSEL f ? OLER FIELD WARREN ARMSTRONG LEM-xv A. REYNOLDS A A v -a. w o V TALLEX' GILBERT Dolsmz SEIFFERT RANKIN FULTON RUWELL ' S I TAU BETA PI Q M' ,I A fz 5 U4 1 I Y Y Q I w. o 14 a vb KW W V' f-Xfvmyl ' . if 1 if I ' , ,L L figf, 5, .Q HF' 3 L, 'N x f "'-- ,Q n-P-Q ' ' -1. v. ,, WH H X' PF ' 49 X ' 'N 'cl SQ 1,1 5 W Q ij fx ' Q., Dj VM! ,lyrfjgwd , A if 5- 5 if " 4. 2.fF9fQf ge, kai! IKIWJ A 7 Q' QW A , 9' f,1 as 97 lv . 0 Q A '4 I' Y . dk 4. . 9.515 fb 59 3 ? 5 L , L ,L , .L , L L. , , . . - . ., M7 ' A -'11 203 11:-V l. T S i 'TT-f:"H1f:.z. 'R 1 A -ff' -- 12? Rf- wfwm- ' +2 i:f+f.ff.f.Iw...i:fT5.?'4F4,.I I L, Q R 'Qi ' in wr: :js xl . UW V ff. fr f i 'OI A EE' . Sai? if T5 iii.-L. ff 7 f' X N , if ,J E I 253,151 1 ig . QL: ' '. QI-Q .' K CIT D. W if ff T , L K. gl' ,V ,K , . .CS ' f 3 pug ' , I . 1' gif . f A . 14 I A ' 1 , L. , ' i fi. KELSON GRIZZELL STEWART TOMLINSON MACLASKY . . my STOCKER MINNICH DUNCAN SEIFERT HESS MEASUROLL ROWLANDS PALMER GILL 4' T BINING MILLER ROWLANDS WORST MINNICI4 AsI-I RAAE OLDACH WOODY 4 I A-'fi A l J i Q4 5 IC. KAPPA PHI KAPPA , .7 . , , , ' LAMBDA CHAPTER 5 F4 OFFICERS h 3, President . . . ..... WILLIAM D. WORST . ' ' 1 Q 1 Q H1 Vice-President .... . LANE C. ASH ,. ' Recording Secretary . . ARTHUR C. BINING VI. r Corresponding Secretary . . . ALBERT RAAB 'N iv i Treasurer ....... . HOPKIN T. ROWLANDS , my Historian . ....... HERMAN OLDACH , MQ-2 qv' UNDERGRADUATES 5 I '14 Seniors A ' 9 Sf' 'Q CLIFFORD DUNCAN JUSTIN HESS Q P' EMANUEL GOLDBLATT PHILIP MACLASKY I .3 Juniors if- .. JOHN LUDLAM DAVID MEASUROLL IQ ' v I ,, THEODORE RELLER GEORGE MCCOMSEY 'QR i 4 r Sopbomores J " LOUIS FLOGE FREDERICK GILL I. G3 ' MATTHEW PALMER i 2 KJ 4 Sf . I -. T! J" , . -Q? F' 'ff .3 , A Eff 5 'SN 'IT-"x"ff'1T"ff"'aTf'r 'H-Q' , -""'-."r"""'x..r-., ,- f-'- mf: , ff--..e ,-f-.. --Aw'-.vw -.H 1. .A . , L ---A , Ji .fi T ,I YQ ry A L.,,if7,'-4QQ,dL.!f',.,f- A X ,, jf'-H3.,,'gf..f, f II. +f?j'i',,. if., j-cai1g'fg fry -,ggiP',5ga'j-gyf-1, P' X , I' 1 'R H1 204 IF' '"ilTQff"a"'fIK"f"I1'-FHEQL1-"Ti '--'51-A 'PF-I y'x'97?'fT2f'i I-Jil-.7T'3T, ?7 "-Ffifii f4':?fN SH Iqfgmfq fp.W3.i'f xx Q' iv-f"..QT-Q-f ff. "'1..,,fX Ifn,f4 If F 5 Hifi fy ,f IH Hn A If I III-!, J I .-I '. I-ff IX- '--f A-'...1S-iw A- ,I ay Q! 1 I I I A , 1- I . IWZJJ--"JA "5'E"'-EAW" " "' IW''Fh'N'5'iL""'w"f5 .-E gqgiiggfz'-jgig' ii" Q1,.-'lgggfgizzggigigig,LIA1,j5LL,7"-'-E-S-f' f F 559' -S525 Eff WH' I' 'L H I If L3 LJ .gjxs L oh: If I I 4. Vi ' I 'Im If I EFI, :LII P1 A9145 LII flfir I1 1 ,gf I IQ' 5. . If III In 4 ,jj 'S 1 . f L, rv I1 T EA .. f fr-. . 14-We I ffl' .- P liz. Ii? Agfa 'f I -Ili HAYDOCK NEISSEII BARNET1' CARNS SATTERTHWAITE KOONS GLOVER OLER FULTON ETA KAPPA NU HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY FOUNDED 1904 President . . Vice-President . Treasurer . . Secretary ,..... Corresponding Secretary . ROBERT L. GLOVER . CHARLES B. OLER . WALTER J. FULTON . RICHARD J. KOONS . . WILLIAM Members HOWARD WILLIAM JESSE G. WILLIAM L. BARNETT L. CARNS HAYDOCK NEISSER ,,,+,4.x- f ' U bf'-,. ' I' --21 205 In-A F. SATTERTHWAITE I 41' -, Q ,E i IRI' ix IT 14 QI, I -.gh 41: ..:wL'. ' IL' In mg! -' fv .' I af W' J lu, " I I I If ., 'v VNI J. :ami ':'J'n- ' .N ,, :E .III Q ., w fax I I ,- 'f IW' 5' lm? .I flfj I HI 4 'Wi I1 IL- L. F? I aaffg, Qfiq. ,firwf X-5451 ,. Y, , xfgfg ff' 'P --rllij' I W ,M ILE. iviff 1 I I r'L'1-Q90 ffl f wg ,fl ,ef L","q'1 I , Q- W I- WI? L53 I II' 53515 I ' K IQ? AISI EI. up S132 EW fri? Ifiigf. VIII Qi Fifff 5 fr' f-filnisi f E 1!f43kI VI ,rv .'-3 'I - P I.f VIII mf If : I A I I Y I l YJ .V 4 " V. r N if - if ' .1 ti. f f I Y -H' I nf. 2 .bv .YT X '1 ' T lem' , . ..x .wi 1.1, . JA .1 4 Us 4 9- ' iidiilfiiii ilffifeiffa lflfgik i if .... .. 3 lv: f I 5 I S, 4. lily, T gf?-5. THE KITE AND KEY CHAPTER OF THE BLUE KEY SQCIETY f k-. URING the last year the Kite and Key Society has made a long step for- 3 Ward. lt has become the twenty-hfth chapter of the national organization it 2 .1 known as the Blue Key Society. This Society acts as a rim to the wheel Q of college service societies by binding them together in an strong national fraternity. By joining this national organization, the Kite and Key Society has received the gg benehts of cooperation with similar societies in colleges and universities all over the country. It has learned how these societies are solving problems similar to its own, in their effort to serve their own universities. This desire to serve an institution creates a bond great enough to hold the societies together in a strong organization. The Blue Key Society was founded at the University of. Florida in October of M by 1924. Since that time it has grown to a national organization of thirty members R with many other colleges now petitioning for membership. Twenty-eight states , il, are represented, and in all probability a few years' time will see the Blue Key the greatest national college organization in existence. lts principles and aims are to r aid the university or college in the same way the Rotary aids the community, lg' fi? through Service, the motto of the Society. When men get together in an organiza- fl , A tion of this kind, willing to serve and consider it an honor to be given an oppor- tunity to work and do big things for their university, that organization and its members are bound to grow and prosper. Besides this national afhliation, the Society has carried on its regular meeting 2, A' of all visiting teams and making their stay at Pennsylvania as pleasant as possible, thereby creating a friendly sentiment for Pennsylvania in all colleges and schools that have sent teams or visitors to us during the past years. Further, the Society T has aided any other University department or committee that has seen Ht to call by on it, knowing that the Kite and Key Society stands ready at all times to live up K1 il f to its motto of "Service" to Pennsylvania. B Eff, it E E President W I la .t"i --JI 206 Ik-' i WWE' ' L' ,g lm-A D' TT - 79" m"fi"TT ft' 1, :wifi i VA,, 3 lf fr 1 ' W -. A 333, A - ' ffl? GY , T, ff, , A - .3-'. :Y V u 15 A r v T ., . r . .Q ' an Q ' E .. V 1- vw 4,15 if -4 11' 'W I RU ,N , U r fp CT . . B o fi .1 , it -I., ' g l . ' 9 ' :inf L "ww 94- A f-, ' V. 4 HUNTER SWEET DILL ADAMS PERRY BOWERS A f- 0 HILL HOPKINS EATON NYLUND KLOPEER PATTEN MARKS PENNEY WOLF it -.SR ,iiiy . uv lb 1 , ,ii -- 1,5 BLUE KEY SOCIETY - 1 -1 -- A V KITE AND KEY CHAPTER .5-.V Ai! lg! President .... . . ALBERT L. KLOPEER, JR. 'A Vice-President . . . V. ALBERT NYLUND -. Secretary-Treasurer .... JOSEPH PATTEN , 5 . if L Senior Members w 1 ,lr RALPH B. EATON J. DUDLEY MARKS ' I CHARLES T. HILL , 'JOHN C. PENNEY A. MOSELY HOPKINS, JR. JOHN F. WOLF ,. E .fx Junior Members Qi 71 WALTER D. ADAMS ' WARREN L. HUNTER - FLOYD L. BOWERS WILBUR M. PERRY .4 ,E LEONARD C. DILL, JR. L. F. SVVEET :Ill .. ki . 9 3 - 1. ,mu mm., g E . , 4- -' nr. ' EE ,fa EU... if . A Q' A dmllhlllmx T XL "dl 207 Ib-' +15-'.f"+-:gf-1f'. 'Eggs f .1k..M-'T--Q,-gL...,5u, .T-s.,.--.r .E-V-. .-.A L.--1 - ii- i"4'T'A.fw'E'1:fr-J' 1? f""lfflQ?'fEf" A "VD NT"--'C-?QJA."fb '..-ff" C'-v 'F' 3 md 1 fm :ffl L..,-ff1".,,J.f-L'ig,'f'Qj-,,,,fff,-A, ,v--.,,-j',,v 4,1 '-L-Eyxh, . H .T , 1,. T . 1. L. ' 1 . ff? r K ' K6 A i ff' O Lg 0 8 L L T ri I Y 4 1 T. G I4 ' J rg, I lf D 5 ' I M . U gi ' I .1 I I I 2 L 2 m m I 'E . Adi fx. J rj "N Wife - ru 4 m WA "wif ,l'F2'3'I:1jIjQEE1Q 2 7ER E C O Pg D .. . 1 , 1 .0 ,A ff 7 'n A. .1 li 5' ' ' PHI KAPPA BETA JUNIOR SUCIETY G W J : 0. A .' President . . WORTHINGTON G. BUTTON' ' 1 " Vice-President THOMAS S. GATES, JR. S Secretary . . I. ROGER- STEVENS, JR. 1 A 'U 3 Treasurer . GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, J 'I - Historian . . EUGENE J. CONNELL ' 0' , I I Q ' : ' .. Members ' ' if ' 2 5 C. SUMNER DAVIS ' ,T STEVEN ,RALPH DOUGLAS ,. 4 - - 'A J EDWARD W. I-IAKE 0. ,. NORMAN E. JVIALONE ' ' x 0' J, HARVEY MATTHEWS 'L A I Q ' JACK J. MCDOWELL "S . - Q' . A5 JOSEPH FOLWELL SCULL, JR. lf , .A ' ' JOSEPH M. STEVENS , , Ex! H. DORN STUART I' 0. ' 5 . EDWARD A. TALBOT, JR. ' 2, .Q gf 7. J I x ' 1' a, 1 ,O 1' ' o A: : 1 ,T r O, ' 5 n 0 5 N.. 1 A',- ' n N.. Q V - if Q - ...Qu 6 , l V, , , ,- , --21 208 Iz:-- A EW J' mf o n L lin In . wg za T .Aj AI E5 4. 5. N R D ,ff su l 21 f . 1 A m 1 'Q T, l'. ' 1 J' A . ,, 1 Y f' fmptx X 1 .-'V,- :fu ' " 'X www V 1" , ' G: W1 ET . TT: 7 Muff ff riff? ' ' w1qf' "'?f?f' 771' Ts ffl' 'f 5- . .f f Y- M -Rst?-" W., v M 2-' if - EE E33 T 1 ,Ji ,,. . 0' .if D ff? Z mpg? Q., K ffm if "'. Q23 ,, ff l T P, 'r Q22 2,3 - 3-6 af, he ,. 41 vf !K x 1 a 5532, Q MALONE MATTHEWS Doucms STEWART MCDOWELL DAVIS CONNELL TALBOT SANFORD BUTTON GATES SCUL1. STEVENS PHI KAPPA BETA K rv 'f. 5 Q , Yi? ,PV 2? J J af? .I jp, n -A.-fn: la J ' X14 'T' W 'PLO-fi 'K 'Km Fffua. 'E E 5 E ,fy 's- u"::?5 I I by ,, H "N'4Nf'Ef'1'A' " "ut 'MT -' ' 'N fx ' T rf ""' Y 1 'E f fx ...f ,ff-.rpg J QD G V -vw .T L 'wZ,1H1gf-N -,gxzf L ' g'.fj'7--ag T5 V Q ' 5511-iw 'T-fm T , ' .T in-E-'TT' , 'E 7'-1-,ri , , . A T fiffiazifiggj E1 zoo TF-- U1Q27QRE CORDDi-,4G1: , SCPHOMCRE VIGILANCE CUMMITTEE CLASS OF 1929 ' Chairman . . . . M. REESE DILL, JR. Secretary . . . J. K. WHITE V Members N. G. ASHLEY , .ROBERT L. LINGLEBACHS L. M. BERGER H. W. ROY E. H. BORKLAND R. L. .JONES A. BOSS G. L. WHIPPLEV G. S. CARREL F. H. TRAVIS C A. V. COPLON E. L. WAYMAN, JR. E. M. CoRSoN C. J. RINSLAND WM. N. DONIGER SIMQN KA-PLAN C. L. ENGLEHARDT FRANKELL M. WOLFF PAUL F. FAINS J. HEPBURN ALUAH FASSETT D. S. GALBRAITH IRVING J. FEIST I ELLSWORTH S. LORAS J , F. FOLEY, JR. N. C. MCCOLLAUGH 'PIERRE M. PURVES S. B. HORWITZ ' 1 . ,Q ' . 'O l I .A .1 ' 1 ,Q 'Q A ' , I. . ' --:AI 210 .' 45? 'I Th I :P If i I -1 W ' is ' 4 ' TTQQKJ Q I X iw' 12? fi? W' I Ju if I1 I "I fi' U' K if fi. ' 5. Q5 . v 'ix I 'O' C K 5 ' f 5 ,i ' ' IL' Q ' s 0" tif! I SQ T I 1? I ' C, ,Q I I HORWITZ FEIST DANFORD FINE JACOBSON WALBRIDGE MCDONALD BORKLAND COPLON EPSTEIN f . , DILL PURVES BECKWITH BECKER FASSETT MORSE GENDLER FOLEY C01-IEN JONES PHILLIPS ' -- 4 WOLFF CARROLL LAWLER TRAVIS ZULLINGER WHITE LEVIT PAUL DONINGER KERNER BEACHBOARD 1 , A gy. T - il, SOPHOMORE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE A my ' Q ., 'i "Q-if 1 ' ' .4 ' QL' m V' o Q 4' ' 1 I +9 - I' -ll 1 I I ' f' ' 0 6' , -4, ' If rl l' L. Q! ' W ' I ll I L. ' ' W A. , s l' y 3 A. l, ' u a ,, f. 3 I I I . I I CI-Sffwwzw if Nw-lf-If' 'WQWQIMWSQWMI Wf..,f Af I i n Winwxzi. I MI-,-41mf5fI145i':m.:i,4eI, , 3. f .SM,2A,,MaC1'3JQar3E54,,g?i1cQ5 I 41 --11 211 rp- .A-I . ,. ,W nf., 'Iuffme ' ' A 'f'4'I'f'Y"'v' -Lf, YQRIR C V I1 IT' F54 F fT'1f'-12'-hi li ' '.-,1.,P'b 1 ' --L xykl 'I rr ' . I C . rr I j - I. w . q ' !,Q,L.v,f-.,,,-,., ,,,--AJ., L, ,.wL,gp.,-LJQ-wie.. .1 5. .LY.!..f 5:21 I A 1.-is ...H .f L. A ,Q ' , D. 1 ,f f- -777.7 :Y-. -T ff .,..,,."'r11"' .-.ni ,.--f N- , ,Z-I "' RQ!! Af A Q4 .,.f Q -O --I. K1 . 4 Q1 4 0, f 5' ,ij w fr- va 53 19' f' . I 'fkjfn 523 ww 2214 .1 f LI . 2 594 IM YI EES -51 0 X . vw 'I blrfwi GINSBURG VANDERSLICE CLARKE Q ARCHEY FXSHER SMITH ' MITCHELL , PHI MU SIGMA MARCH President . . . .CLELLAND L. MITCHELL Vice-President . . .GORDON F. BLIZARD Secretary . . . .ADAM J. SMITH Treasurer . . .ALAN H. MARCH HARRY L. ARCHEY, JR. CLEMENT J. CLARKE, JR. ALLAN J. FISHER THEODORE M. GINSBURG JOHN L. VANDERSLICE LJ. 74' ,f- 5-. v L I K-4-f WNV-A A M--IALWLJ E-Q We-I. ,Qi If ,f if IW .,,i,,5 . .QW ' A 1, . - nf" ., -V, -1:3-X I . r- , I-ff'-1' , v, .I.,,.' If IEiE1.124 'iff-. .I ' Us-tw . P' if ?',..j:"f1f 1 vrfifew wsi1.fi??Ifi'e iii 'f ff! JXL3'A-.L.,X?1-Y-1..-,,A,-,rvff-,,Lh,!,g--e,.JCi, Lrl, ?,.,',gMiT5If1M,fga:Q,,32-V WELQKQ, I Q I-A1 212 Ie-A E t Q Z 733 QB 'z A y ELIJQ G If W" OI ' l .1 ' V' I T .6 2. 5 0 JE .Y ?' I. r 'B .4 I or I .5 3. D v., ,.y l x ' ' it t A A 5 I I ll I .U rl, 5 D ' G' Eb J li I I , , . A P I ' l CE 771.77 DONNELLY PLANKENHORN KEMP WARREN PARKE BROTZMAN SNEE HEINECKE ' ' DRAVO TRUMAN PLANI-c LOMAX FRY BULLIS GIBBONS SHAFFER GEISLER BARNETT REYNOLDS .. Q11 'I if THE NATIGNAL SCCIETY OF SCABBARD AND BLADE 5 f I " S, QI . . L COMPANY THIRD REGIMENT A I FOUNDED 1904-05 ESTABLISHED 1922 .J W "In order to unite in closer relationship tbe military departments of American universities and collegesg to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and eficient oficersg to prepare ourselves as educated men to take a more active part if , ", and to bave a greater influence in the military affairs of tbe communities in wbicb we may reside and above all to spread " . intelligent information concerning tbe military requirements of our countryf' B l HONORARY AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 1, A Atv CHARLES G. DAWES, Vice-President, U.S. Qi: , ", R. GIGNIIESITT, l?rg.16IIIEI:Ieral,SGeneral Staff, O.R.C. L A, I . L. HUNT, oone, . . .,U. .A. .I l JOSIAH H. PENNIMAN, Colonel, Special Service, O.R.C. . , jx D OLIVER F. SNYDER, Lt. Colonel, Ret., U.S.A. -1' 5' JOHN FRAZER, Lt. Colonel, Chemical Warfare Service, O.R.C. 'S' CHARLES AVERY DRAVO, Major, D.O.L., Inf., U.S.A. I I ,Q i WILLIAM ARCHER SEUIRES, Major, Dental Corps, U.S.A. Q I A 1 V. A, HAMILTON THORN, aptain, Inf., U.S.A. j T' .1 WILLIAM STUART ELEY, Captain, Inf., U.S.A. . ,Q LLOYD S. SPOONER, Captain, Inf., U.S.A. IL. it RUSSEL BURTON REYNOLDS, Captain, Inf., U.S.A. I", HILTON EDWARD HEINEKE, Lieutenant, Inf., U.S.A. . , I - .I WILLIAM H. DUBARRY, Lieutenant, O.R.C. J. HARTLEY MERRICK, A.M. ' . , .. I X 3' ACTIVE MEMBERS , ,X ' I Captain ...... LEWIS V. BULLIS Second Lieutenant . . .JAMES R. GIBBONS ' Q First Lieutenant . . . PHILIP F. FRY First Sergeant ..... WILLIAM B. SHAFFER , ' , v HOWARD L. BARNETT, JR. CARL R. GEISLER WILLIAM B. SHAFFER of 2 'N ELDON S. T. BROTZMAN , ARTHUR D. KEMP THOMAS J. SNEE ug :N LEWIS V. BULLIS WILLIANI L. LOMAX ROBERT O. TRUMAN . ' HENRY J. DONNELLY, JR. GEORGE G. PARKE S. REID VVARREN ' PHILIP F. FRY HAROLD S. PLANK RALPH V. H. WOOD L . JAMES R. GIBBONS CHARLES F. PLANKENHORN 'C A. ,. I .I E i715-:SC1A'?ffzx::vf1E1tAI"?Q:r-fwer2rzf?Lrfwfzf' fffizyfzr nf:-off A if we -fd' ff .I..f+,If Milf: ..'-f73ft --L1..--f1'sQj.-- '71 " .. 'fe -- . .Eff . .JK.T?f"'fQA-21:1-L+fd'1Lqg.i.f. 42:5 ilL""T'3fJZ'1s ., A-11 2l2a Ie-A ff . ,,..,L. A. Q, ,A n , - f N H . ,Q wif 'f,L.i ' g 'ffs,.1N,1f '55 :gf - r- 'D . ' ' E? Q: Y 1 1155 Fw... ,-hy , RM mx' 'g fjv! A t ,J f ' ,V , ,, m K , if 4 1 af , Q f Cv sq. fp 'X x , I 334 2123. iff 3 - 2 il. ,, ,I , 55? I Q A. , ,mi .1 1 I fs 9 I' PQ? Q 1.2 H I, Y., 1 6951 J fy.-4. v :Eff 7 gl, ggi i ff 5, cf '- ey 1' A-ef" , Aa 'C 1 1 :+P . N-1.3 xg . ff Eli- Q Q, ., 2 'P A fi b 'gi if P4 w '-yi, QA , A9 . 4 5- Cf , Fi ' Q., Es. u Q Tx ,af L 9 - MEMORIAL TOWER f' 1. T g an sf' , 5 53 sm. xp! , . U W ' Q Av' .5 ' ' i.-'f:'w:-.fm- f'w :f-w,fbzP'wf-fx-A'.-f-6-- .,Iffr Vw-.,.L,,-Xmewmfrwff' V ., f'M--ffff-Qw.fw,p+ff'QfeAf:f-r-mfyai-farm -4-Qgff'-,Lawffm 'I 57 4 .-11 2126 . ll l ' in 4 . . -Y--mtv.,-...:f-xi " .- ' -m.,,,.-,. . - ,W-1-M. , .. ,.,.4,.1:"-f"-.- .-x ,-g-,-4.,.,, - +:- 1 , . -, ' W 'f- - x - ' , A , u :gg E TH .EDI Q5 Z 'XE CBQSE- ' ' 8 ' it ffl? in l A 'fi 57 ' . it fm. i it cc OOT MONV, will long live in the memory of men of ,27, not only as a Scotch expression but as the title of the milf. thirty-ninth annual Mask and Wig production. Since M as the days when Clayton Fotterall McMichael founded the Mask H Q and Wig Club, back in 1888, down through the present generation i , and to the days of the stars of the 1927 show, Mask and Wig has l , been constantly growing. It is not unusual to hear the remark 5 A "This was certainly better than last yearls show. I do not see how it could be improved upon." But each year Mask and Wig , goes forward! Chairman Frazier The class of ,27 has seen the production of "That's Thatf' 12 "Joan of Arkansas," and "A Sale and a Sailor" since enrolling 'fl 'L at the University of Pennsylvania, all of which were creditable productions. While the first mentioned played, as usual, at Atlantic City, Wilmington, and New York, besides be the customary two weeks in Philadelphia and the extra performance in this city, the itinerary has -now become far more extensive, and "Joan of Arkansas" had the distinction il lx l of being the hrst Mask and Wig show to play Chicago. The two weeks' engagement in Philadelphia is now the regular procedure. if "Hoot Monln will long be remembered by men of '27, and the "Campbell Chant," "Blue Heather," and the "Hoot Mon Stepn will be whistled for many years to come. N One of the most active members of the Mask and Wig Club is Benjamin West Frazier, Jr., who is Chairman of the Undergraduate Mask and Wig Committee, member of the Committee on Production of "Hoot Mon!" and the energetic leader of the first dancing V chorus. In fact, the "girls" in the first chorus, with one exception, were members of the 79,73 ' , Class of ,27, and such a "comely" looking group they were-and such dancers! For their dancing ability, credit must be given to Charles Snyder Morgan, Jr., to whom the highest Sf? praise is due as coach of the production. PT Later in life, when the men of the Class of ,27 gather together, you will find members " of this Class who took part in "Hoot Mon!" with the words of the famous Mask and Wig .1 song on their lips4"Why is there only one 'Hoot Monl'-and the answer will be 'Because Ah therels only room for one.' " A S, . i. 1 95. hy F ll' i ,S 'U' . - --al 215 It-' FIRST ACT-HHOOT MON" SECOND ACT-"I-IOOT MON qv fm- V' X 5 Ad ,- x 4 U 'xl ,fy fx A I D .,n4 J. X ? 1 'Q' f., f I 2 -.v -2 1 .. -Y fl "XT Twrv 5 M, ,.,,m f 1' -f Q ' I , 43-1 I. r 1 'JJ fn ww F151 f 1 ff 1,4 uv 'J ,UL x-', S , ,r ., ,, ' f I X I , 1 w r --:JI 2 l 6 Ib-- 1 1 ,, rs gm- A jg '. '- ,QQ EIL J, 4 'i' F3 'E:'5f:,-. iiil' fe'Zif,A:,.m...f.,f--if-ii'j.E:.uf-A-A vw . A ' 1 Q at THIRTY-NINTH ANNUAL PRODUCTION 'fx "HOOT MON" or "Clans Across the Sea" By ALBERT G. IVIILLER, JR., '27. Music by CLAY A. BOLAND, '26, and DAVID B. ZOOB, '27 , Produced under the direction of CHARLES SNYDER MORGAN, JR. L Based on Scenario by PAUL BURTON HARTENSTEIN, '23 . ' THE COMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION ' CLAYTON MCMICHAEL, Chairman HARRY L. CURTIS HARRY R. NEILSON , BENJAMIN W. FRAZIER, JR. FRANCIS C. W. PATON CHARLES S. MORGAN, JR. , PAUL BURTON I-IARTENSTEIN H. NEDWILL RAMSEX' EDMUND H. ROGERS ge 'f CHARACTERS IN THE ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE 5'7" Sir Malcolm Stuart, Leader of Clan Stuart and proprietor ofthe hostelry . . . WILLIAM R. SCOTT, '28 . Fitch, General utility man about the hostelry ..,........ THEODORE J. PHILLIPS, JR., '27 Minerva, Maid-of-all-work ...................,.. FRANCIS I. CURTIS, '27 J, Mrs. Lydia Smithfield, Algy's wife .................... T. GIHON JORDAN, '30 , r , glgernog C.b3lq'.Z.3'mghfield, a rich American genealogist touring in Scotland . . . JOHN A. PALMER, '30 3 . . , 5 .ancy mit e , t eir daughter ...................... J. L. DAGGETT, 30 - Sir Douglas Campbell, Leader of Clan Campbell and the arch enemy of the Stuarts. HAROLD A. EDLUND, '28 I Margaret .Stuart, Sir Malcolm's daighter who bas been at school in Paris. J. ALEXANDER BLIEDUNG, '30 ga Jack.Cra.zg, ayoung Arnerzcan touring Scotland seeking adventure . . . GEORGE S. FRAUNRERGER, '29 'ji Bazlifskz, a Russian friend of Craig endowed with great business ability . . . ROBERT F. BROWN, '28 " pf' LOCALE-Sc0tIand. ACT I. Courtyard of CastIe Stuart. Summer . ACT II. Underneath the Green Tree. One month Iater .4 -' ACT I MARGARET'S FRIENDS SJ Clan Stuart Lassies Clan Stuart Laddies Girls Boys Q k. '1y'gRAZ'ER' "I", '27 I' R' STEVENS, '?8 B. W. FRAZIER, JR., '27 I. R. STEVENS, '28 tit I 'A 'Bb'1"T'is'R'i'vBR-BIZ -.7 R' E' R'S2.TQ'fi B297 T',,f"SHUMWAY' '27 'FQ' 'E' QL"'D'NG' '29 , ' ' , f ' ' g . . UTTERWORTH, '27 . . USWELL, '27 W' H' MAXWELL, 27 M' L' BROWN' 27, W. H. MAXWELL, '27 M. L. BROWN, '27 'E'?'SR0CHEI 2? M- A' MCHENRYI 30 N. B. ROCHE, '28 M. A. MCHENRY, '30 J 'T' SEE-'Qg2Ng237 gV',lSQl'x:ERg2S8 E. J. SULLIVAN, '27 A. W. SAWYER, '28 R1 'Sf IA-'fIAg13C?1FIN?,':j3 ff S 'il1'5L'li3QlI., '27 , SYNCOPATORS - R. R. WIER, '29 D. W. HAYNES, '29 C1715 BOYS IAI. gV.g'ARSONs, '27 '-IEIAYNES, '30 il.SI:RAz1ER, JR., '27 EEVENS, '28 . . NGELHARDT, '29 . . I-IAYER, '27 . . HUMWAY, '27 . . LADING, '29 ' J. A. BUTTERWORTI-I, '27 R. L. BUSWELL, '27 fl A ACT II W. H. MAXWELL, '27 M. L. BROWN, '27 gg? REVELERS .I3.SRocI-IE, '28 Ig'ICHENRY,g3O ff Girls Boys . . ULLIVAN, '27 . . AWYER, '2 ' ' J. T. SELLERS, '29 B. B. TRUITT, '2Q ,fl AIZAZURUS, '28 lIg!IpiIIxINING, '27 MERRYMAKERS IQ . . ORGAN, '27 . . UNGESSER, '27 Girls Boys 95 5' Swiziitss 3- QA- gg, Regs- ' . ' ' ' r ' ' ' . S. B. PICKARD, 'ZQ . . C ONALD, '29 I E A. G. ENGELHARDT, 29 G. C. THAYER, 27 A-8-gVEYMANN, JR., .28 gluocms, .28 ' ' - - J. . REGORY, '29 . . OMMERFIELD, '30 ' 3 C'yQi'7f5',?Yi1K. C'15"'5'51'f'iAR-'58 if E' .1E.z1'::::Effi"' 5. 2 1igrs.fEa" . . EBELE, '27 A. ILLEMUTH, R., '27 ' ' ' ' ' ' 'AE W. D. LILLEY, '30 W. S. BEAUMONT, '30 , ' VAN DORN ROCK, '30 A. C. VAUCLAIN, '30 GYPSY SPECIALTY . C. N. MOFFETT,,'27 C. P. WALKER, JRJ, '30 Qfpsy Men Gypsy Girls . R W' C' ELWELL' 27 H' C' ANDERSON' 27 B. W. FRAZIER, JR, '27 I. R. STEVENS, '28 . y 2 HaV1.Gse'1innaZis at Castle Stuart Beg-bgfshait Castle,Sguart .'f"PF'g'5"T'fr"l?::f'V'g'R1?g, ,27 g'Jg'x'?,'Sf:, 323 A R'R'RE-QELCE A27 A'DiLLEIG'OrTrH C27 W- H' MAXW'iLLf '27 IK 'EAROQVN' '27, " W- D- IJLLEY' '20 . W- 5- BEAUMONTI '30 gf .?'5Eii?5.1N2?.. A.'Wi sAi.Yi2f"2s'O I . EAS DHRN Roclf, 30 XIAUCLAINj 30, ' . . OEEETT, 27 . . ALKER, R., 30 , , W. C. ELWELL, '27 H. C. ANDERSON, '27 CANOE SPECIALTY , E , . Canoe Girls Canoe Boys ' E A L Clflngcflmllbfll VVETTEITS , SFRAZIER, JR., '27 EEVENS, '28 I if - - AZURUS3 2 - ANNINGI 27 . . HUMWAY, '27 . . LADING, '29 , J- T- SELLERS. 29 B- B- TRUITT, 29 , J. A. BUTTERWORTH, '27 R. L. BUSWELL, '27 " R- 5- MORGAN. 27 L- E- NUNGESSEB. 27 W. H. MAXWELL, '27 M. L. BROWN, '27 R. R. WIER, 29 Y D. W. HAYNES,, 29 N, B, ROCHE, '28 M. A. MCHENRY, '30 . 4 H- PARSONS. 27 , R- B- HAYNES, ,30 E. J. SULLIVAN, '27 A. W. SAWYER, '28 , 1" EEINGELHAQRDT, 29 'II'4HAYER, 2g I L . . LARK, 29 . . ILLAR, '2 , -Q R. R. REEELE, '27 A. DILLEMUTI-I, JR., '27 DANCE SPECIALTY W. D. LU-LEY, '30 W, S. BEAUMONT, '30 B. W. FRAZIER, JR., '27 J. T. SELLERS, '29 ll VAN DORN ROCK, '30 A. C. VAUCLAIN, '30 N- P- SHUMWAY. '27 E. A- LAZURUS. 28 - 'A , C. N. MOFFETT, '27 C. P. WALKER, JR., '30 J. A. BUTTERWORTZH. '27 R. S- MORGAN, '27 e 4' ' W. C. ELWELL, '27 H. C. ANDERSON, '27 W- H- MAXWELL. 27 R. R. WEIR, 29 Y ' C. A. SEAMAN, '27 G. T. Bowes, '30 N. B. ROCHE, '28 H. W- PARSONS, 27, 'Q . S. B. PICKARD, '29 R. M. MCDONALD, '29 E. J. SULLIVAN, '27 A. G. ENGELI-IARDT, 2Q I A.C.W ,J.,'8 J.W.H ,'8 ij- I. C. cREf.'S'QZ',N'29" 2 F. R. sO'.lffQ'.fi.Ei.., '30 Alfefnafes ' P. E. HARTENSTEIN, '30 F. C. FANDERLOI4, '29 H. B. OFF, '27 D. P. SPILLER. '27 ., , H. J. JENEMANN, '28 W. F. LEE, '28 W. L. SAGENDORPH, '30 J. M. KURTZ, '28 'U :K I O i.Qm':'fjjl..1jx J Jug., Q,f"j.'.fx4 fu -5 A '-,,,:j:w,-fsf-.,41T,-j, It "FP, A 'I-S. A VI-.Q,g--.,,p..,-L3,I'-I--.f- ' -...gl -f-.'?,-- -'P' 'GLY ff ff . JIT-iff --el 217 Ie-- ' 'C H T125 I' fi T Sir' " 5 'Ii A' III' -, 'Lia .943 I W Ain tat 5.55. 5...-Z III? ggi an .v I .D V2 te L39 e.. In gp fr' -Y ,.. QI 'Z 3,2 .QE gp, EI ..,, an 5 f, B it 3 1 '5- I t' ,2.1ff:.:-aiiztffef I Q 'Fu-sh ', 1 ,f .0 .1 I 1 .I 'Q , I U. .1 I I l 'e I .4 .f ,I I ,Q 'o X x .Q 1' I 4. ?5.THE31Q 2 .7zEu12.QnL Q0 1155.1 , .-I ' -' CURTIS Tx-TAYER STEVENS V . WEIR SHUMWAY PARSONS BUTTERXVORTH ELWELL S V N SCOTT READ, JR. FRAZIER, JR., Chairman MAXWELL SULLIVAN 'X A ' . S. . STUDENT MEMBERS OE THE MASK AND WIG CLUB , ef 19264927 -. Chairman . . . . .B. W. FRAZIER, JR. ' i gf J. A. BUTTERWORTH W. R. SCOTT 3D 'T A F. T. CURTIS N. P. SHUMWAY . ' u W. C. ELWELL T. R. STEVENS Y . Q" W. H. MAXWELL E. J. SULLIVAN wg ,I H. W. PARSONS G. C. THAYER l . . W. T. READ, JR. Rl R. WEIR 'T , 'O Q ' 3 I S. 'A i V s Q S: l' N P- I Q P' .5 ze' '. L K , .' 5 --21 218 Ian 'Q X x .A 0 g. I Ao O I 'Q K K 0. .1 1 I ,Q 0 'l I x lu 'V ' 1 ,O 6 ' t 1 'I l 1 04 .. I ,I 'Q 1 I 0. O O .1 ,Q O 0 K 1 lm 9 l 1 if ' 1 ,Q U J.. .--a . ' -4 xv" ' 1 X. f ll S. j, i. Q fc ffl fi. AA.. gui iff!! ' i :td ex x ' GQ 2 D ' 4 ' A iff il llll 'll TE T l .. " ,jj gif 'T will 3 T STEP forward was taken when the Band, Cflee Club, and , I Symphony Orchestra were united into one organization, i 1' and, this year, even more progress was made along the ltlg, , line of able administration when three undergraduate managers Q, . were appointed to assist Graduate Manager Clayton McMichael in his work. Charles Maxwell, Ralph Leigh Hall, and Robert D. fy' Coward of the Band, Glee Club, and Orchestra respectively, Q- were wisely chosen to hll these positions. This year has been a ,F banner one for music on the Pennsylvania campus, largely due l,ff.l ' to the efforts of these men and the exceptional talent available. q Manager Maxwell The hearts of all loyal Pennsylvanians throb with pride when 2 - the Band, one hundred strong, swings into formation and marches 3 . down Franklin Field to the stirring notes of "Hail Pennsylvania." 'The role of Drum W 't T Major was capably hlled this year by William Cveggis, who ably wielded the baton and led ,Ly his men through intricate maneuvers. An innovation and pleasant surprise to all was the Freshman Band, led by Walter de Mets, which was organized to inspire the Yearlings. Qi The Ba-nd has worked hard this year. In addition to its work on Franklin Field during the football season, it has also attended every basketball game played in the Palestra. The undergraduates demonstrated their appreciation, however, by turning out in large all, numbers for the Beneht Basketball Game which was given in honor of the Band, and as 0 " a result new uniforms will be purchased for the coming season. Qu 'l if The Glee Club was signally honored when it was invited by Walter Damrosch, con- l ductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra, to make up the male chorus for the rendition j ' H - of Beethovenfs Ninth Symphony, which was given April 9 and IO in New York City. The ,Q -- Clee Club scored the same stirring success that it has in the past two years, this being the 'S' -l third consecutive time it has taken part in a joint concert with the New York Symphony 4 ' 1 mul Orchestra. Inasmuch as this was the last appearance of Mr. Darnrosch as Conductor-in- 'fab .5 Chief of the Orchestra, we may feel justly proud that he chose the Pennsylvania Glee Club 'il to assist him. ' T ' l The Annual Thanksgiving Eve Concert was given jointly by the Glee Club and Sym- flriliiiil K phony Orchestra at the Academy of Music. The concert was well attended, and the , audience was a most appreciative one, calling for encore after encore. T- M The Glee Club also scored a huge success in another production, namely, "The Mikado," i ' T perhaps the best-loved opera of the series of favorites turned out by Gilbert and Sullivan 1, whose efforts in the field of comic opera have never been surpassed. The choice was a E" happy one, and well suited to the talents of this organization. The Class of 1927 was well . . mn if l. 5 if ff 7 3341? SXT 'ififii ff' L3 1551 'C il 5 .2 ' ' A sa- e'-A .-'- -Vu H' A , .efj- . - f- ,J X... ,-cs., 1--.1 ,.., 1 ,,t1,,u:1,, --:AI 219 Ir-- "1"E'ff4V1'x, ff- fl' fi' ,:., 'Tff5'r:jl,j"' ' tt: ' ,. YT .L . - I l Q - :I ttf t- tfifi-.i:?ff17?5f:.'?7: T iii Elf' lass-A71 IL C QR DD, , W ff , ...r..,-.. W Lu. .L kg? . 1 ff? represented in the cast. Herbert Ameisen played a leading part in the character of "P1sh- if , Tush." Clyde Dengler took the part of "Nanki-Poo," the hero, and Schuyler Baldwin l layed the art ofthe "Milcado.,' The Senior chorus men were: Martin Hatch E. VV. , P - P , Fl-ai Newton, Charles Bentley, B. D. Hill, R. F. Willrnan, T. H. Sandquist, and R. N. Steven- -l"l , , ' rj! son, President of the Glee Club. The entire cast deserved to be commended upon' their 21,5 efforts, and much credit is due Dr. H. Alexander Mathews and Adolph Vogel. The support accorded these organizations this year furnishes added proof that college men are evincin more interest in the cultural and esthetic hases of education and are g P , turning their thoughts to the finer things which life affords. That there exists on the Penn- sylvania campus organizations which can fill this new need redounds to the credit of those l who in the past worked for the continuance ofthe ideals of fine music. The high standards set b ' the musical or anizations has led to a fuller a reciation of true values b Penns l- D' g PP Y Y Q vania men. Our Band, Glee Club, and Orchestra reflect glory upon Pennsylvania, and the Qj successes which they have scored this year should serve to spur them on to greater achieve- l ments in the future. . Graduate Manager . . .CLAYTON MCMI,CHAEL Student Manager . . . .CHARLES T. MAXWELL, JR. Assistant Managers .... CHARLES A. BEHRINGER D, HENRY W. SCHMIDT ' A. B. MCDOWELL C Q . r . ,.,. L ,'il. '..1 ' ii' 1. J' :Q S lx .-,l, fv.- - Q ,i.. V i Head Cheer Leader ' Webb Band Leader Poole Q' .A I 1 EL-x 'Q x it . 9 - k 1-. F -. isa! - -. 5 n r ., rs- J.. ,iz-it,-fa-L5 ,V an, ,-,k:i,,1.,k Wfll L,,D. 18615 Q95ffsFfQ5-1-iw srfsLQ"D5Ql5fa'F....affe.r-if 4 .sgfif-'ff+'1"'?' f ,Ur-fxaa , Q3 ,L ar 220 Ie-- .9 ff I V, .Il S "T if? -' QQBg:ig?EX5'gimfLBWf1?i'3i53.3.4.3 L,fZ..L.Qi?i..4y..!.JQQL'ilEif:..BiB1QLLELWQYE-Lf.-iiiivifif.-IEQE.fc1:.fsf12if iififfe 4 G: 'ff ' J Ziff' - Ip QUU 5331 jysvlqjf 1. 22113 Q' I :i'x'f:J , g IR Elf I Q1 I. I ,ij IQ IRI 1 fn 7 if .L Q A SE .3 TDI ?!Xv"1A'i n . 'Q gag. .h I gk I I f"'S ff J F1 73 I . X vw, - . if .E 3231? 55.51 .AH-Q., 4 'fi 9 SIA . Q I SE 835 Ci F f-'i S . IQ GLEE CLUB .ixfj 122:95 J ' FIRST TENORS .. If -z 'T E. S. BROWN O. DIMMICK J. R. GIBBONS J. S. MCKENZIE R. S. PERKINS Fx G. E. CLARK W. DING R. L. HALL B. S. MAGEN S. E. SAMPLINER Mig ELM G. C. DAVIES C. B. DOANE F. J. JANSSEN VV. S. NAGEL R. V. TOOKE If Q3- 0 R. W. DELAMATER A. H. EASTWOOD WM. JORDAN W. H. NIVEN J. H. WARE bww: Q C. DENGLER M. FINE V. KUNKLE H. B. PARDEE R. WOOD L , SECOND TENORS .fp F. S. ANDERSON E. A. COMPTON H. E. HUSTON S.:PERSON C. A. SHAMAN MQ. A If ' J. A. ARCHER L. H. CONFAIR H. P. JOHNSON H. G. RATNER S. N. SIEGAL f',I-'W N C. S. BENTLEY J. COOKENBACK R. C. LE CLA1R H. SALINAS W. D. SWIFT J. , M. J. BLOCK J. ELVERSON R. A. MILLER T. A. SANDQUIST J. VV. VAUGHN . 'ff R. B. BUZZELL A. HAROOTUNIAN J. A. MULLICAN D. SAYERS R. A. WINTERS IQ M1 B. C. CHEN J. H. HECKMAN E. W. NEWTON dl. 1' 5'-G I ' FIRST BASSES I H. A. AMEISEN G. B. FADDEN G. JACKSON J. K. LUTHER W. SCHWARTZMAN fli A. H. BAXTER J. N. GISH P. E. KIRBY W. MACDONALD R. M. STEVENSON D Q J. A. BLIEDUNO J. A. GRUHLER R. M. LEWIS R. E. IVLIMS G. L. THORPE ,L 6 I C. DOUD NL F. HATCH I. LIVINGSTON E. M. PITT E. J. WERTHEIBTER , W. E. DUCCAN. B. D. HILL T. J. LUCE R. SCHERMERHORN G. M. WHITEHOUSE SECOND BASSES A ' I P. K. ADDAMS P. D. HARTLEY G. MCCONISEY J. PUC-H R. F. WELLMAN 'M ' S. F. BALDWIN W. G. HENSEL L. T. IXJOORE L. SCHERMERHORN A. G. WOLK ' R. D. BARNEY J. S. HOOD J. F. MOTLEX' C. A. SCHLACK P. H. YEAKEL , A. BEAN R. L. JONES S. NEWMAN J. A. STRATTON D. R. YERGER E. CORDON I. LA BELL M. J. PATTERSON M. TRAIMAN R. L. ZULLINGER I I A if A. L. FISH R. H. LAKAMP A. S. PAYNE W. TUTTLE ,?,,,.'i f 1,5 Lg. 2 - -. . , . - if W? mf.. T V F Sw 'fm-f"' 'sex' T"TjR1-' -'I 'I-I". .I7"if::' .4 ,Tia " i"'T""l.'afTf'3f? ' I'I' "7 "ff ...rffL'i'5ff7'Tf : f' TW? ':. 'D' .'5w'fl1'fT SJC "T.f1f-il" ' iii A -V? ff - f I 4 xi-T ?Iff:f+-it if if fwfclijfzliz '-QI 221 Ib-- ,E ! Eff' X , 'D 'D gr-'fe'-A -'ex ' fffllffwii Si -A 'E E T 'I TC I 'Fil' ' P ' A .9 A xfJ.Q2r.:'.?1S2,!:.iff?v3e..e.e1e?.S.ii,a1f-Q .LEi,ZEE-.tiff MQ. R.Qff?Kfe-:CP wif... .W il. . F. va I 1 1 . "A If- I 6, ,' A RI ills - F' I 'Q I Q K. , Q.. if" li f Y by AL ii '. . J i Q3 I V A I I5 IT b 2 ,L A A Q F Y 71 .ggi - E ,if MEMBERS DF BAND YI L ROBERT BAKER, Flute L. FINKELSTEIN, Saxophone R. R. MURDOCK, Drums C F. L. BASLER, Flute WM. B. FREEMAN, Drums H. W. NEWBECK, Drums f ' li " 5 PAUL H. BEIDLER, Bass E. S. GARDNER, Drums D. B. OSBORNE, Saxophone Ee A -' ' CLAIR BLOSE, Cornet WM. J. GEGGIS, Drum Major W. T. OTTO, Saxophone if l E W. M. BOUCK, Saxophone SOL. GELB, Saxophone J. A. PILLEY, Trumpet ' Q C. H. BRANDT, Trombone EDWARD GILROY, Drums A. B. POOLE, Clarinet . ,, L. W. BOWEN, Saxophone W. B. HAMMOND, Clarinet R. S. POOLE, Trombone 3 Y R. A. BROADY, Cornet J. R. HARMON, Cymbals M. G. PRESTON, Bass I JAS. A. BRUSSEL, Saxophone ALEX. G. HARRIS, Flag T. G. REHNER, Alto W. H. CAIIN, Saxophone CHAS. HAUSMAN, Saxophone J. P. REINTHAL, Saxophone BERNARD CAPLAN, Cornet W. B. HAXKVKINS, Trombone H. M. SCHAFFNER, Trombone f J. C. CASSEL, Cornet B. J. HORN, Saxophone CARL SCHMICKLY, Trombone f' 'f J. A. CHRISTIAN, Saxophone W. S. HUNTER, Cornet P. C. SCHROY, Cornet if ,- WM. E. CLEAR, JR., Drum R. R. JASPER, Saxophone C. P. SHOEMAKER, Trumpet PHILIP COHAN, Saxophone D. C. KERWIN, Clarinet LEON SILVER. Alto N- N. COHEN, Clarinet WM. R. KESSLER, Clarinet W. H. SIMMERAL, Drums ' A . CHAS. D. COLLINS, Saxophone C. R. KEY, Clarinet W. W. SLOCUM, Clarinet ' .H .V ' M. A. CONTINI, Baritone H. K. KEY, Trombone J. W. SNYDER, Piccolo ,Q R. C. COWARD, Melody HENRY LEVIN, Melody C. M. STEVENS, Clarinet v . Y EARL H. CRAIG, Saxophone GEORGE LINTON, Trombone R. S. TAYLOR, Trombone J 7 ' DAVID B. CREW, Saxophone A. MALIN, JR., Bass J. L. TRUNK, Saxophone '. 1 V 'Q M. DAVIS, Saxophone F. S. MANN, Clarinet D. J. WALKER, Clarinet 5' Q g , W. H. DE METS, Eup. BERNARD MAYERS, Clarinet R. T. WALKER, Saxophone " ' ELLSWORTII DOBBS, Baritone J. A. MCKEE, Clarinet WM. H. WANDEI,, Saxophone I 7 " GEO. B. DU BOIS, Trombone H. MEYERHOFF, Alto REUBEN WEINSTEIN, Trumpet fi, -q I. H. DUNN, Trombone J. A. MILLER, Saxophone H. W. WILSON, Drums W 'H ' l J. W. ENGLE, Saxophone W. N. MOLDOWER, Saxophone C. J. YARRICH, Saxophone ,Lg ALVA FASSETT, Trumpet J. S. MONTGOMERY, Clarinet if ' LMC. --QI 222 II:-A Y TH EUL9 2 vggg C O R , - C 1 Y 7, ,T ,C 'fl fx :Q f 'A' . , ORCHESTRA , 7. ., 'First Violin Cello V V,. la A. G. BARRON, Col., '29 El. B. HANSCOM, Wh., '29 3 2 ' , H. E. CRAIG, Arch., '29 B. S. LETZLER, Arch., '29 ' - L. FTNKELSTEIN, Wh., '27 W. C. MCENTEE, Wh., '30 R H 9 WM. L. GOECKEL, Wh., '27 J. P. REINTHAL, Wh., '27 ,lf x C. F. HAUSMAN, Wh., '29 D. SAYERS, Col., '30 f", D. P. J. HODES, Col., '28 ,N if D ' L B. HOUSE, Col., '30 Bass , W. H. KUEHN, Wh., '27 J LUBOW 929 l J 6' P. M. LESSIG, Col., '29 ' M ' , 8 'O I R. PATCHELL, Col., '28 J' Y' ACE' W " 2 . b A. RAUB, '27 E E J' ' ' " D. SALAD, Wh., '29 me , , A D 1 ' N. SHAPIRO, Law School, '27 L- BASSLE13 ent. ,29 .gv 4 L. SHULMAN, Dent., '27 - H- S- MAYNARD. WI2-. 29 ll 'A S. T. STAFFORD, Col., '27 C- P- SNYDER: CO1-, 29 7 5 ff' Q f pi WERNER, Col., 129 H. N. THOMPSON, COI., 28 W , I. 5 'M. S. WERHLY, F. A., '30 , V, 'I gi B. WORD, COL, '29 -Clfmfwf , g . ,U . ' A. B. POOLE, Wh., '29 . Sewnd V10l112 A. L. ROSSER, Arch., '30 . V W. ALEXANDER, F. A., '29 J- B- SABEI-1 Wh-f '30 V . R. W. ANDERSON, Wh., '27 :Q B N. CARESS, Col., '29 Trumpet 1, ,Q ' B. D. COMPTON, Col., '30 R C B M dt 1 L' Q fr G' A' DEWEY, Wh-f '29 R. N. DIESEL, CEI., 1, A gf L. EDELSTEIN, Wh., '29 .N "D ' L. H. GLASSMAN, Col., '29 T b A , J, KOVNER, Wh., '28 'Om one . ,L 7 . . E. D. LAUFER, Wh., '29 W. B. HAWKINS, Wh., '28 . . J 5 O. MEIER, Col., '29 R. C. POOLE, Wh-, '27 '. ' I S. POSNOCK, Col., '30 TISTZE, Wh., '30 fi I og M. ROSENBERG, Wh., '29 K ,O ' i H. W. SALL, Col., '30 Tympani l , , R. E. SCHNEIDER, Col., '30 , Lx 7 W. L. SHUMAKER, Wh., .29 J. R. HARMAN, Med., 30 3 S. STARR, Col., '29 , A . 3 L. E. WEBB, Wh., '28 Asszstanr Managers . E. R. WHALEN, Wh.. '27 B. N. COHN, Col., '28 ' J 3 S. PLANKENHOR-N, Wh., '28 if X W. Viola .l I " J. KEISEMAN, Col., '30 Librarians ,f A+' ' H F' M' NICE' Wh" '27 W. ALEXANDER, F. A., '29 ' Q' J M. BACHRACH, Wh., '29 "9 I Bassoon J. O. BRAVO, Wh., '29 ' , P. J. DONATH, Col., '28 B- SAKEWITZ, Wh-. '29 . ' Y.' .' l X 1. 1 I u, . ,Q .V .. 1 1 1 ' Al U, .. .. 'L l ' I C, ,I ' . ' E. ' ' ' . T A ' rfcuw ' -L ' A - ' - ' f 2 - f 1f"ff v. . . G. --:II 223 Ib-- , , --.1 H - AJ 1 -. an 5-5. .ff ec, 1. 1' ext 'we E-. , wr-, E. .c.g....,,,1 ,. , , . , : ,L ' .- ,V - - vt- -P4 - . -wc.-f 'fs-rf-rs. 1 f-' A N-1' .'v.- -"req mr- ' J f Y r i' fi" 7,' ?,l F -. 'Talk iff" 'X A. ' inf 'f- " " 1' . -J - " a- ff. l ifBiff?-1-ill:.f:QC2f-3'-xfl.3..ffC-ff?12fly? . - 2 - - f-:fi 15.1-:eff ynx. i. 1,.. J . vm t' nl r 4- 55 ,fi 'fl '- mfg? gqrx Q K A A lf' 5 H Nl R . We :Nl N, Q f C' T ' 6 1 f D 'C ' fi ' ".,-"'-- Mm! ff ' K' 7 A .. - .m.,sJ4.mM my RAKES , ir 3 FT l-.KX . 'X A OO OFTEN sports are set as the sole standard of a school's worth. Pennsylvania ji iifp is one University which can fall back upon other fields for proof of its greatness. lts excellent record in sports is well recognized, its historic background is known, fvqtj its various schools are regarded highly, its publications are renowned. Yet something is trim amiss. Dramatics do not receive the support or recognition of which they are deserving. The lkivi.. students in these clubs and societies are doing as much in their way to advance the name of Qi if Pennsylvania as do the athletes on the gridiron. Besides the Dramatic Club, Pennsylvania lljliff 54,1 can boast of two literary societies and an Engineering Club. All these combined contribute to the fame of our Alma Mater. '- The Dramatic Club gives students an opportunity to prove their ability in the art of Nfl acting. Experience is not a requisite for admission to this organization, for courses of byte' instruction are given by the sponsors to those ambitious to acquire the proper knack. In our Freshman year we were favored with two plays, "The Tragedy of Nan" by wil lfgkj .lohn Maseheld, and HR. U. R." by Karl Kopec. The latter play was given in New York lg by request, and very well received there. "Dear Brutus," by Barrie, was the play given in I lflfl 1924. Its reception was superior to any heretofore accorded any of its predecessors. Last V gg QQ 'li' if year a series of one-play contests was conducted. "The Refuge" was the winning play and was produced in addition to several others. The active participators in the production Q92 of those shows were rewarded by being made eligible for election to Theta Alpha Phi, a fig, national honorary fraternity of dramatics. jj Starting the year with the customary tryouts and casting of three one-act plays, the Sql? Dramatic Club went through the year with its accustomed success. "The Boor," by Auton Cheklov, was well received. After the mid-years, the Matinee Music Club author- 51,5 ized the Dramatic Club to prepare the production of "Beethoven," an original play in three scenes by Frances Anne Wister. The play was presented at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel. The Philadelphia Orchestra and soloists aided the Dramatic Club to make this play , 0 about Beethoven very realistic by interfusing the scenes with very fine selections from the V if master's compositions. Mr. Bernard Rothberg played the part of Beethoven. ge, MEN ABOUT TowNE CLUB . p The engineers are well able to cope with their fellow students of the University in the -fl, 1. matter of dramatics and their annual show is by no means an innovation there. It dates back to many years before the war, and although it was suspended during the war, it was QQFQ remodeled with new vigor afterward. It was in the revival year, 1919, that the Men About Towne Club was formed by certain members of the cast of "Much Ado About Nothingf, R. S. Staughton was its hrst president. 1 "Robin Hood 81 Co." was our first contact with the Club. This play was written by 'ig-gi C H. L. Vanderford and very successfully put over by S. V. Jenkins. ln 1924, "General , l lffif Villa's Follies" was presented, the producer again being H. L. Vanderford, also president . at this time. This was adjudged the greatest production in many years. ln our Junior Fix at ai 224 .fm gl r-1 y-H 512835 2-0:65951 ESQ USE ffrimfb 4?i.Ed'-I! Coe-Mm HJFH-3l"""'f.-O'11 Ce'-za?-VU? fi 25D"'OR7S :"'F+'t4g3 EGEET' he lute HH-UOQCE 0:3-1f:vEbE':O Od' cn Wm o5"sJf-:2"f3-mO5"U4 .-.FRZL4 5 ' mmm-r-4. w CD,-1 v P-4 n-4 Y 55" ,-, Q, CD C53 ro U 'Ucn.91D9'E-+923 55' FUDOSDFDU " S0541 EI.".cpC....57v-:Q b-HQQFQ my 5'Q.Og90.2 ,UQUHHD :sg F2 F 012,50 gy-Q3-':Tgg-in ...Q-tg D . D'f4f'f5'9e22gfbcn Ed 35TH '-lg 9':fO12"'O'55f-tg.: :v"'5i'5"f WU? S.9J1'f Q Bc-9-"i"f4Q-' v-1-CDH' c7a'CL Ei. ',3cnU'Ot-D SDD44 249'-1 ow 1-rm H cn STI KN? fm:-U: arena:-gap Saamg ,ig U-garb: rnodgm t4.om ,JA CDD-O-.gpg g3U..""UQBL4 gg ,+G-1 Elmfbffmswi-OfDS?"" E54 D452 .reel CDR" t-l fD':F"SgCD lwlv-L-4' gggifgvgmifggida 0 mmffwfqo' llfql zafigqg Q':.'...g9.,:f Z ggaifi JU, oo . 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O- CCM IZig'.wFa" ,-+2320 S Qli OQDCPU, :rofvw5 mo 3 0 W3 QIQQ fbi-4,-'Tj' O HC 77' .54-,. +053 3Fs.9..G. .mfs if S 5' mpg gn 5-D.'-:I I 19451 wr-r L'w'U"'1't mm? ffyf' ED, C41 ""UP'1l:-il-H Q-ir? 2 fn. fb OO - gijzlu sffffe' :.-22 FU Q :. f-iflf' E. :e5'5f-C05 3 lilffl :ro 9+ ff so r3.0 2.0 Q o ff F0 CD r-eq:-PD" 071519-4 1'-114 5 :VAX -iff ipipiji X A A ' .f:W7""7Z I -f'x?"T2?i2ilTT3i'7L'1..'E4i'4 "ir .A . 1 J e so X ln University dramatics, the Society has played no small part, and the productions of . the last four years have carried on this excellent tradition, these recent presentations equaling, if not surpassing, previous ones in their artistic success. During our Freshman ' LQ year the Society produced three one-act plays by Lord Dunsany. In 1925, it gave Sheridan's ' brilliantly clever burlesque of the Heroic Tragedy, "The Critic," for two performances. Q, . ln our Junior year it staged Shal4espeare's comedy, "The Merry Wives of Windsor" for T three performancesi This year, being even more ambitious, it turned to the modern play 'lf g - and gave Leonise Andreyev's, "He Who Gets Slappedu before five enthused audiences. f THE zELosoPH1o soomrv sl 5214 This Society does not limit its activities to any single field, as is the opinion of so many fl, Sl unaffiliated with it. Its endeavors include dramatics, debating, and literary work, the v 3 primary stress being upon original work by the members. Each week a critic is appointed to give constructive suggestions for improving the meetings. if W f 11 .il We witnessed the Society's dramatic ability for the Hrst time when they presented "A Game of Chess" by Kenneth S. Goodman in 1924. The clever little comedy by James T Mont omer , "Nothin J but the Truth" was the selection in the followin ear. This C , il g Y S . g Y , v proved to be a very big success. "The Cricket on the Hearth" was chosen in our Junior fi-:pil year. This marked a deviation from former practice, as heretofore only plays of American authors were taken. Evidently the English play proved popular, for another one was J chosen this year, namely, "Fanny's First Play" by George Bernard Shaw. ' ef.. - The literary work of the Society includes occasional reports, by the members, of the l fl 55 32. 32 F ai " D- 55 Q5 Q-. B2 93 ai 'TE gan. 92.3 ,,. 5-no 552 EAL 522 c-I-GQ TE. QE. I3 OUQ l-TCU FP' P4 553.1 mil. 5,3 ag Gila wif OO F: OGQ 2:4 S39 D5 Q44 4-PE' Hon 2? Eff Sa' mug, QE 5-U2 Pl 23" H. C0 Q41 YD 99 :1 D.. CD U' S53 Fl' FD UJ S FD "1 FD 23" 'L D.. E. rf 53" 3 fi F "1 0 2 55 CD VJ '56 "1 E5 CD ED Z2 rf' rf E. FD H. I3 .-Q C ... Fl' FD SD 2 33" Ill fb .sf K. ., IE, The talent of the members is not even limited to the aforementioned subjects. Oc- - ...v ' . casionally, the musicians and poets display their versatility at recitals given on meeting nights. i J . , The Zelosophic Society founded Intercollegiate Debating. It established the Eastern A . Pennsylvanian Debating League, of which most of the colleges in that area are members, . and for many years it was an active participant in the league. For a time it withdrew, but ' la. this year it resumed activity with these schools, the only difference being that now it J . .. Q . 'I' . W,-.q...,!rM My-Q... 'iv . . . w, . i'3'..5- . ' -ff . 5- 9-'gr -f'2,g.-. -t e debates in the name of the Society rather than that of the school. Q 'EE' i "Ti'he"f"fjf"'X"7w'xs-'Me-"Thai-""' '--mm-i'?f'f"-,"" vi" ' y, '-"+ "swf-C'-i"' ""Qf74 'Cl' T- t ' QFLZQE-Txfr":.N4144"'9' "T"1""'f'. 'Wft' -aft-q"' "Y 7 '--"M 'ew-"' Mit:--' iiffffrlifliiff- ff1'Tf9if . fQf7'kift?!fftil 1 ' " F' rx lifialr' 2 '-:XI 225 Its-- r v ,f'- T f EC L.QTHEQIQZYLQREClO11DD,.I.,4-SEI , 15 Q: 4 .A . . . ,. :.' PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY 1: . . .. OFFICERS 1926-1927 Y. First Term Second Term if ' Moderator . . ANDREW VOYNOW EDWARD A. KNOBELAUCH ' ,T First Censor . EDWARD A. KNOBELAUCH BEAUMONT S. BRUESTLE fl .L Second Censor BEAUMONT S. BRUESTLE WALTER HENNEBERG " F, Scriba . . . W. ALBERT SANDERS W. ALBERT SANDERS is 'if Recorder . H. CONWELL SNOKE MURRAY F. THOMPSON , . .W . Treasurer . JOHN A. MULLICAN LYMAN LEE .A 'Q Librarian . JOHN R. MAY ANDREW VOYNOW ., ' 1 3- ,L ' , JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR. A. WALTER .JOHNSON , 5 fl HARRY BALEN ROBERT L. JOHNSON ..9 +9 ALFRED L. BANYARD EDWARD AUGUST KNOBELAUCH :Al T HILDING ARVID BENGS LYMAN LEE A - SEYMOUR BLANKFORT ELIAS MAGIL 'Q I 'xo ' BEAUMONT S. BRUESTLE JOHN R. MAY I f' A. BRINTON CARSON JEROME E. MAYER ' RICHARD REEVE CAMPION GEORGE DECIUS MILLER , LAWRENCE MURRAY CRONLUND JOHN ALFRED MULLICAN .A 5 '15 FRANCIS BELLSTERLING DOWNS JOHN MARSHALL PHILLIPS THOMAS ARTHUR ELWOOD HORACE IRVIN POLEMAN ' A 2. MURRAY M. FRIEDMAN WILLIAM ALBERT SANDERS gli ALBERT A. HAROOTUNIAN EDWARD L. SIMONS, JR. F WALTER B. HART JOHN HAMILTON SKILTON :A ' MARTIN E. HATCH ROBERT HENRY SKILTON Q C2 WALTER HENNEBERG HARRY CONWELL SNOKE 2' L fx I WALTER G. HENSEL MURRAY FORST THOMPSON Lg! Q' PAUL ROBINSON HUNTER MELVIN WILFRED THORNER 1 ' 'A ANDREW VOYNOW V 2 4,5 :A A 'o. A' 9: . A. . . A D ft ' . A : ' ' ' . .' 3 0, hz - -.41 226 IE-- XQTH EU1Q 2, TUREC Q R QE 54?i7'1i? X' x .5 N, IJ, A .9 I ,A bv 'YO' , x. lr 9 l P 0 D Q. Qu B . ' " E n A gf I 1, Q A v , 9 .! ip - , , w 04' H P Hy -f , ,s lg A . , "L I I ml 'v-. 4 I' 1-. 35, . , -1 5 I A w , 1 , ul , All A A-. H I ' L , 0 .KX Il, Q 41 I7 , Y 1 N 'L xrjx GLU. ' SN. , MILLER THOMPSON DowNs WARNOCK BALEN POLEMAN R..IOHNSON BANYARD MAYER A..IoHNsoN BAER CARSON BLANKFORT HART SNOK12 CRONLUND HENSEL HATCH BENGS PHILLIPS FRIEDMAN BRUESTLE HENNEBERG KNoBELAucH Vow-:cw SANDERS LEE MULLICAN PH ILOMATH EAN SOCIETY Q' , 1, V r N4 Z I YH .ity 'gf ..,,.,f-L I A-I-qdix Nl' gr .34 I -1 il A.. W kr 'L L il 'Q --11227 In-A L,:rkf"- -jf- -'1--', ' ff' , .,,,-, M- -Vg R, y Q., f-R -cw' X A..-:Q W f .pri f vga- a ' ' 0 ir- G , I an -5- - , K , JT A 1 I 4 iw 41 A f f fp-??'1Af-.1.vT'2'4Eizflf-R AC, WI f' 'Q L9 f- 4-1 -' "VAu,' H - " ' ' -- , .A . . -.W A' 1 If -.-Z.,-,g.,-Af -ff ' 'M -- J ,ff R--L..Q.f'. I, . - 'L , -.,i,,-j-,,,f" - , .,-,. QCTTH E519-2 731112 C O RDD' ,QQ ZELOSOPHIC President . . . ViceEPresident . Treasurer . Secretary . . Master of Archives SOCIETY ' CHARLES L. WILBAR W. HAYDEN KUEHN R. PARKER WI'SE THOMAS TURNER EMANUEL WE1L JOHN BODGAN T MATTHEW CRAWFORD DAVID ESPIE HENRY HAYMAN PERRY JACOB EUGENE LERCH SAMUEL LISKE HARRY POLLIKOEE ALEXANDER PUGH FREDERICK WAAGE --:JI 228 IF:-' dm"'B A if -w f-Eff-avi ' !LX.f 1' we- 4 - A w- . ,I 1 by ,I ,- j i""f4' -- ,--'ww -Eff?-.Y 'f- 'if 'M-N IL 15,3 ,WJ if-' ,L ,fn fgggg f f ,1V'P 1'L5?' Lg J L flikz-fi U M, gy 1 F' ia I .5 Malik V ,Q ,x ' '1 la .3 I -R Q Cf ' f ' O FM gi , 1 5 Q .m A Le K X I 51 I .1 Y lx rg? . 1' ,L 39? 4 PA 5, Q . X " 1 A' e 5. D. Sari A --'S-,4 r ,,- ' -fx-5-, ,- -N V - - r .S M5L M,LAliL f :Xu v BEIZER SCHRAMM PUGH BOATRITE HEILPMN RELLER SCHEIFLEY HALLER FoosA NEP. Pouxorr JACOB WEH. KUEHN WILBAR WISE LISKE CRAWFORD ZELOSOPHIC SOCIETY Hi? ,.l. .1 ' , f Y .lf 5 ,J X-. k .QI V -X ,r bf- v ----,Ji N..fl--,xswrxi fix "1-Krug,-9 x-A'--.,5f,,p..'a- .ffur -k - li, -"f"9AfS., 1. X K 9 W., 5 u Q1 2 -' ,. ,. '-frfpy ,F-Q ,f-,ffv 7112, '- jf Lfqd?Q?29'y2f'5r?S:"' Lfvfg 'Q f"51,,- ff-.ihgi 3' --ik -J, 13 2 A 7-QQ, 5' 4 Q - ,..mf-,ig E4'vfq.y .A ' , - '- f an lem- 1- 'Q .mm -k L-Q wx M. - 1 ' -J-f-" JJ- w-XQ..f'- av 2.1 ..',."'-WL -51 229 Ig.. sig: MJ. D v- U Q5 6. A ' 2-Ex Al F I M nm vig Sin Va Fx A I I' W X . GQ 25 1' F F ii Ai' QL gy F I i f Wx NJL N We 'P U 31 Q? fq vf , 5, df 3? 41 4 1 F2 I ZAMY. EfQbxqb QlH.QU19 2 75311 E C O 11 DD O' . v ' . Q .3 gf ,Y 7', 0. A. ' DRAMATIC CLUB . f, Oficers ' Cf '. - President ...... WALTER B. HART '- ' I Vice-President .... ELINOR C. SMITH Secretary-Treasurer . . CATHERINE R. ROMA 1 S. Faculty Advisor . . . O. STEWART THOMSON A I ., 7 Executive Committee ' ' SEYMOUR BLANKFORT WALTER HENNEBERG ,Q , HAROLD A. EDLUND BENJAMIN ROTHBERG '- ' RUSSELL K. THOMSON ' 3 fl A , l ,. ,I i X' 'Q .5 P: 'f , 0 .I I I 'Q ' I THETA ALPHA PHI +' ,f 4 NATIONAL HONORARY DRAMATIC FRATERNITY ,. , , q Delta Chapter A g V - Ojicers , , , 'ge President ...... CATHERINE R. ROMA ' ., gf Vice-President .I . . . ELINOR C. SMITH '1 . 1 Secretary-Treasurer . . WALTER B. HART " lg Faculty Advisor . . . PROF. JOHN DOLMAN, JR. ' ' e , -Q 1' Members 2, SEYMOUR BLANKFORT WALTER HENNEBERG I . MAUDE M. FRAME MARY MONTAGUE ' ' .' J I I ALVIN FISCHER OLIVE NORMAN :I 91 - H A. fl .v A gl' ge .A O, ' I .0 . N A 2' - So .5 gfx .sf 3.5 1 1' iq ' ' Q 'V use , A " ' 7,7 f Y V V 'V W ,V , i ' U V' I 'X ' ' -' H Y l ' ' .V R21 230 Ib- ' DOOR TO CRAIG DORMITORY '-21 23 I 1214 la 'Q g! PUBLICATIQNS "' i 1 ACH OF US, leaving the University, W carries away a coveted treasure of f' ' ' memories. But Memory is at best i :f ort De. LII ., Ll' x ' f , 'A IA: .sl - - '2 ephemeral. The most permanent, tangible i record of one's college days, the chronicle of - . , the best period of his life,'is supplied by our i as . publications. The hve publications of the 1 campus present mute but none the less striking , ' testimonial of what we can and do do. We have 3 . . swept the boards, literally and figuratively. l t ' Pennsylvania has always been justly proud . - f ., of her superb athletic records, but in the less- . p bruited Held of publications, the workers have - been no whit behind their more stalwart cohorts ' in raising the glory of the University. Under . 4 4 the able guidance of 1927 men on every board, -e . more favorable comment than ever before. "The Pennsylvanianf' the "Punch Bowl," i w the "Red and Blue," the ".lunto,,' and the t P "Pennsylvania Trianglenaare well known to all. Y . But a periodical, like a symphony orchestra, is i P q only what its conductor makes it, and that is why IQ27 has every right to be proud of the W . tone of its work. ' A . " u I, ' Y' - . LL.. l I' ., .5- i o A 'Q A 5 ,! Q1 I 2522 Q s V 2 S . 9 , A rl' 5 'o X 0. U ' x si .1 I va . 1 Q - m I C 'Q , x Qi -J i I ,p 'O x 1 'A ,V ' 1 ,s ' ' 1 . ' 4 - , 1 , . A . ., - Y:--f-xy A -. W ,A 3,3-.,,,, ,..., A . L- .4 .- l li Qi U1 232 Ir'- 'Q 5 x o ,Y 1 pl O O .ge M l I ,Q . . . . 'Q our publications this year are attracting even at 0' l '1 I J o 1 X UA .4 ' 1 I F. '0 x 1 o 7 1 o I 1 ! U QT ,gi ' ' La , g.: -1. If I . lm N I . A ,A I, . IQ MV QAAQ ' bf W . II PI ' Csqvh' 6" ' ii 94 2 Y I 7 gf Yi! ls, 5 v V- 1 1' -I V .I .19 . If ik Q I C A.,,1r if IJ ,Z-. . Q! I. ,I .H 0 f WI fl' ' 9. ,., 0' i ,, ' 'I j 5 I 5:5 . fix fig I 4.85 if .W , I V2 fE,E DIG ZYEITIQER , .v gk Els' . LA' -so MCMAHON SAMQQS SAEERRNIFELL I-HCSITNG KIIQIXITRIRZ Hum-ITSPKINSKRESRCANCE CLARK ' FRANKLIN SQCIETY President . . . . RICHARD N. YOUNG pg Vice-President . . . . J. DUDIDEY MARKS '- Secretary . . . . RAYNIOND SAMUELS Treasurer .... . . EDYVARD R. BUSHNELL ' Assistant Treasurer KENNETH R. CLARK S. C. FLEMING WILLIAM HOFFMAN A. MOSELY HOPKINS THOMAS A. HUGHES D. BENJ. KRESCH JOSEPH N. LACY . . JOHN SOLENBERGER I . VERNON KUNKLE ' EARLE D. MAAS C. WINDLE MCMAHON . WALLACE G. PALMER x ' EDWIN C. PEASE 5. 2 rv K Us -If gf. I .I 4.x 1 I! I I ,, . ln .1 I S. ELDRIDGE SAMIDLINER HENRY T. VANCE J. S. WALKER A L 0 U,,..-L.,,,...X.6,,,.,..-, . -... A, . A-, 1 . A I . - , f 'rf-A ' --11235 IA-- " i 2 "I . , IJ 'I L. V. f n f .v 1 ' 'ft-le"'iIl .g'-ii " X fi 'fffigimf if ' 'T 'ajft-4: 1 ' -. -.:v'T.' eq ' 'sa 4.-ff.. -fn-K Tiff-. 1 I. QgL:.5:1.l ., I' fa -'z r ' .ki .'E.r 1 1' 1.14. . 1 T T .fa . 4,162.5 'lil-1 -i. . lj P 11,4213 r ' .7 t I. 1, xl H135 3. 'Lg X ' l' Tift 'Jil hlgk' 4. 3 V , K 1 1 ,225 H THE PENNSYLVANIAN 'i EMBERS ofthe Class of ,27 played a prominent part in the publication of "The Pennsyl- . ' -141 van1an," as in other branches ofthe undergraduate publication held. An unusually large 1 . 52,1 number of men engaged in Hheelingi' for the daily in our Freshman year. 'lf' 'Syn After serving their period of apprenticeship as "heelers,', Sidney Stall, John Walker, C. Windle ,Q -L McMahon, and Richard Samson were elected to the Board at the end of the hrst competition, in J 'ffl January, 1924. J. Dudley Marks, Erwin A. Stuebner, Robert Todd, Edward Walker S. Crozier 1. f -y - .' . - 1 fffuv' Fleming, Ralph B. Eaton, Lloyd Faust, and Vernon Kunkle were the successful candidates in the f Q Q' two subsequent competitions. A . Willison Smith, Jr., Kenneth R. Clark, Theodore S. Friedberger, William W. Welsh, P. Louis -1,7 ,QU Smith, B. Paul Broida, A. Moseley Hopkins, Jr., and John M. Montgomery were elected to the ' 2,11 Business Board. Theodore H. Arnold, G.'Cohen, Earle D. Maas, and William B. Hamilton were Qf' -' gif' members of the' Class chosen for the Pictorial Board. Theater comment, under the caption of "Side- T' 2- if lights on Footlightsf' was written by Edward F. Ellis. h ' ' ' 2 ff-J When elections were held to select the men to uide the destinies of the ublication throu h . ll , V, . g . . . P . g 3 the 1926-27 year, C. Wmdle McMahon was named Editor-in-Chief, S. Crozier Flemin , News . ' , fs, . . .g ' a'f Editor, and John S. Walker, Managing Editor. A. if-:jf 33.-17 ' ' i Moselev Hopkins Jr was elected Business Manager' .., . ,gq. . . gmim mmxv 1 ., 1 In l l .1 ' . "air-11' . A, ' 5 Kenneth Clark, Pictorial Business Manager, P. Louis 72.5, I- J' Smith, Circulation Manager, and Earle D. Maas, Pic- x I-fs " 1 ' torial Chairman. - '5 D ' Eiiiii if H H "" M" The general high- standard of the daily was main- 27313 mai vnsifaeiigifwcqgsf siinrunassrflsuilissnmmnmum mm 'Callled UI1dCf the gU1Clf1HCC Of thi? managing board, and - ' ,,,, fHfWIlll5Q5lllll.lllU1ll,lf,lTlW lQf marked improvement was made in several departments. f, 'fif' fa 'HW FL ' . The "Penn and Inkn Col um flourished under Head Q, , g ,r-, -5:-3-r:-31-kfggcfgy .,: ..,... ...K W -.0 - ,,,,, :gm ,,,, ,,,....a. .... ....,..,.l,w,,,,,,,,g3,. f ,, . y . . . , ' "-- mga:-A-' Colyumist S. Mclver and Assistant Colyumist Edwin lf C. Pease, and articles of entertaining and .original . :X nature appeared in the Theater Column, 'fS1del1ghts on 7 3525 mm gs1vaes1m'.fQ Footlightsf' supervised by Edward F.. Ellis. I 1, , . 1' nj Several feature issues were published during the Eg., ' 1926-27 year. Following the usual- custom, an All- fri" Football ISSUE appeared OU ThflHk5S1V1Ug Day, OH the ffl? f721'1jf1f?f5 l2,Q51'iiV ,," ,i" ',"' occasion of the annual football ame with Cornell. x J hCOYDf05LlL A-, G 11, .a .tx---...ac 1 ,.,. 1 .HQJHY-WEBUUTAT . g . Q L -.Tf'3!.'ffTffifgfgg5g. The Forty-hrst Anniversary Issue -was published on 2, kj Q '.9' aggifia is December 15, 1926, commemorating the 'forty-Hrst Til? .im Riff year. of the publication of "The Pennsylvanianf' The ii . .Zi1fjj13,qjig,1.gf ""4 1 Anniversary Issue contained several articles concerning it I" gm'",g,,fTj?ffj'lI"fQ Xp, the early days of the daily, and of the founders of the Gi 'Qi . , Publlcatlon' . f E13 li! . .,1' "The Pennsylvaniann during the past year appeared ' fp AVQ' in six-page issues. It is -generally recognized as one of E iff: i"'x --- ' 1 N the foremost college dailies, and is an active member of .E gomegl Game Issue the Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association. his xy Q' ' "J Tr If' . f T T 'TP'fX"' -"i5gf"T' -A115-..4"fe"N '.-' ttf-mfr-,S,,,.-"f-1, ---h., I--. --dvi:-:,f-7 w i' T """2'5kfii 'T i 'I 7 'Digi "al 236 Ib-- E- I RL- 1 -e. 4, A -. ET? TT "f+fff.Qg.i-ffiwi, ',1 .IS Et I 2 Q. A J. 9 'L' f fin MT' it-gg A t P E fi tt. CP? IQ I it fl , O ZULLINGER SCOTT COPLON CAMPBELL ADAMS OMAN GEYER DAY ENGELHARDT PEASE HAMILTON W. CLARK CORSON LINGELBACH M. DILL CRAFT PICKARD EVANS HORTON SLOAN MCKENNEY KAMBER GRAHAM BERRY TALBOT .L SPIEGLEMAN LAUTEREACI-I WHITCOMB MILLAR MCDOWELL TIEFENBRONNER DOUGLAS LEWIS STEWART GRAFMUELLER ' '- L. DILL DAVIS BONGAARDT PODGOR gm FLACK BROIDA SMITH CLARK MCIVER HOPKINS MCMAHON FLEMING WALKER EATON MONTGOMERY STALL KUNKLE V. gg an 5 THE PENNSYLVANIAN Editor-in-Chief . . CHARLES WINDLE MCMAHON, '27 News Editor . . S. CROZIER FLEMING, '27 Aj Managing Editor ..... JOHN S. WALKER, '27 A Feature Board: S. MCIVER, '27, R.IF. BROWN, '28, EDWIN C. PEASE, '27 I Associate Editors H. T. BONGAARDT, '28 L. C. DILL, '28 J. J. MODOWELL, '28 J. E. PODGOR, '28 ' A. M. GRAFMUELLER, '28 F. B. HESS, '28 D. L. MCLEA, '28 H. D. STEWART, '28 f ' C. S. DAVIS, '28 E. S. IRISH, '28 D. B. MILLAR, '28 RALPH B. EATON, '27 . SIDNEY J. STALL, '27 VERNON H. KUNKLE, '27 ARTHUR M. FLACK, '27 lt ' ,W - Assistant Editors A ' E. M. CORSON, '29 W. A. STANGER, '29 R. L. LINGELBACH, '29 W. L. DAY, '30 C E. EICHELBERGER, '29 D. W. EVANS, JR., '29 H. W. OIVIAN, '29 L. A. GEYER, '30 . J S. B. PICKARD, '29 R. H. CRAFT, '29 C. R. HINDLEY, '29 M. V. DILL, '30 9... ,, gf Business Nlanager: ARTHUR MOSELEY HOPKINS, JR., '27 Circulation Manager: P. LOUIS SMITH " Q ' Assistant Business Managers LA' W. D. ADAMS, '28 R. B. SCOTT, JR., '28 A. V. COPLON, '29 J. L. SPIEGLEMAN, '29 J. P. BERRY, '28 S. A. SLOAN, '28 R. L. ZULLINGER, '29 J. CAMPBELL, '29 V 7" S. R. DOUGLAS, '28 H. H.TIEFENBRONNER,'28 W. M. CLARK, JR., '29 R. H. SAMPSON, '29 , G. V. HORTON, '28 E. A. TALBOT, JR., '28 F. D. GRAHAM, '29 B. PAUL BROIDA, '27 JOHN MONTGOMERY, 727 di I Pictorial Chairman: EARLE DOUGLAS MAAS, '27 Pictorial Business Manager: KENNETPI R. CLARK Q51 Photographic Editor: WILLIAM B. HAMILTON, '27 Assistant Photographic Editors 'X I 0 J. F. MARQUARDT, '28 W. F. MCKENNEY, '28 A. R. ROSE, '2Q WILTON H. C:AI-IN, '29 fs. A. ENOLEHART, '29 W. G. LAUTERBACK, '29 MCLEAN F.WIiITCONIB,'2Q LIAROLD KAMBER, 729 C L 1 2i:1I'f-11.7-mfr. ""' 'J A 7"'?f3'f'1?'V'S T :A-'gif' 1 if--:I Trp. 1:1 'F-Kf',Q,.f - -'T f-J ff . , I n """' -'-f"4Q..'. i 1 - ff: ' ' wif'-' 9:v-?lff1Lf'Qf.i'If4--"f1',7f..i l'."?li3ti'P2f7i:".-if'filefifg ' fit ' l' '-11 237 IR-- I-iafli "2 bfi 97 I' r if 'ft www., l 'YQ ii 'ff tiff If aff iiigfki af' f A I I 9 t' 'I Wi. fp LR ,Rt J, wggiijj, F ffl F A l ht' TE I as if' 1 It' I G .gl live' IQ Lu I ,RL A W4 Wiki, X. ifciif . 7, W I ,QQ l -tj. 'f IEE.-4. ' J .L . . I U. tif" I 1' dll. F245 ii 5. "' I W 9 I II! JI .3 YJ, M'l"k Iv- I I 1:5 . R' ji 3? 5'tfL,3' IDL, 'Fifi' f 'LL' N9 il'-.5 , . I I . ' A-I ,F-'if' fi ? ICE? f riff 'A-fir" L 1,2 f If H, Li I - 1 4' 1 5.223 :fl 3' wid .',,..sl, 172 Q l- '4 I A fe' wQ GZQWW 1' ' a ' l cc as Wo? . PUNCH BOWL ' ' HE "Punch Bowll' has had a special allure for the Class of 1927, for its masthead has boasted the names of more members of our Class than of any other similar if group in many years. Among the man redeemin qualities of our Class, therefore, Q It must e counte its propensity or umor. dl b d ' ' f h y g Qi It did not take long for the old ladlers of the Brew to recognize the stellar worth of . those of 727 who wheeled" for the publication. By the end of our Freshman year the names J of Arthur Lascelles and Ralph Leuthi had been added to the Bowl's Business Board. The Sophomore semesters seemed to inspire the humorists in our midst to pour forth A their effusions on paper, for D. Benjamin Kresch, Harold Barnshaw, Alvin B. Fisher, and Philip K. Anthony were elected at that time. The new Art men were Wallace G. Palmer, Jr., Albert Klopfer, and Joseph N. Lacy, who had dipped their brushes in India ink to some ' Cy purpose. Again the Business Board gathered to its charitable bosom, and Sylvan Freund, rl Richard Young, Raymond Samuels, Robert Krantz, Wallace Conklin, William Welch, Emmet Hyman, and Joseph Waxelbaum sported keys for that department. Came the Junior year. The stalwarts of ,27 once more attacked with ink and type- writer and contract, and they were not to be denied. Joel Kaplan, James Farber, and Charles Cowan took places as Art Spoons. William H. Kresch, Vernon Kunkle, Edward 1 L Ellis, and Robert Cipcer hung the shingles of the Editorial Department in their rooms, g , and Thomas Hughes, Samuel Senderowitz, Eldredge Sampliner, and Norman Kalcheim , were raised from the ranks to the honor of Business Spoons. Having girded their loins and bared their teeth, the competitors for the Managing U Board struggled through the Junior year, immersed in work. And, lol the Board travailed and ' brought forth, at the end of our Junior year, a new Managing Board which was to be the guid- x ing spirit of the "Bowl" during our Senior year. The fortunates were: Wallace G. Palmer, Jr., y Editor-in-Chief, D. Benjamin Kresch, Managing Editor, Joel Kaplan, Art Editor, Richard .1 l N. Young, Business Manager, Emmet Q W, Hyman, Circulation Manager, Thomas A. Hughes, Advertising Manager. Even in our Senior year, persistence . . won out, for William Kuehn was elected A an Editorial Spoon and Charles E. Solit placed on the Business Board. . li Those who have read the "Bowl" 'ry over a period of many years have freely ' J admitted that the publication has shown ' i a wonderful improvement, both in size A Full of Cheer Number ElT1ClxqUall1Zy lfl this p3.St year. Ball and Jane Number if ge .-1-,fr ,. ,,-'P--.a .- .. . a Q ,.. EEE? 'A A' if 'l" ii ' 4-41238 Ia Q A - I .Q E+, H - --R TP: A-Sw I L' LTP? JEJLEQE S ZJQRE. Q0 R I . . is if I Xa 5 if 15535 E551 a 0 1 'QL . fi 1- L2 .Q If.- I' I- r un -I, .5 ' SAWYER GOLDMAN COOKMAN DIAMOND BAILEY BENNETT KADIN HOLZMAN FISHER SOLIT LEVIT ROCHE JACOBSON FISHER MACINTIRE COWARD KALCHEIM DUNLAP ANTHONY STERN HERZPELD EDEL BROWN BOBINSKI KEY LACY LEVIN CONWELL W. KRESCH KUEI-IN KRAN1-z KAPLAN D. B. KRESCI-I PALMER YOUNG HYMAN SAMPLINER CIPCER KUNKLE BARNSI-IAW THE PENNSYLVANIA C' PUNCH BOWL" Board of Managers Editor-in-Cbief . . . WALLACE G. PALMER, JR., '27 Business Manager . . RICHARD N. YOUNG, '27 Managing Editor . . D. BENJAMIN KRESCH, '27 Advertising Manager . THOMAS A. HUGHES, '27 Art Editor ..... JOEL KAPLAN, '27 Circulation Nlanager . EMMET HYMAN, '27 ALBERT KLOPFER, '27 WILLIAM H. KRESCH, '27 ROBERT CIPCER, '27 ALVIN B. FISHER, '27 RAX'MOND SAMUELS, '27 ROBERT KRANTZ, '27 SAMUEL SENDEROWITZ, '27 NORMAN KALCHEIM, '27 S. ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER, '27 SYLVAN FREUND, '27 5 I is v . S 0" ' I I, IU' 'A I 1 I S 0 ' A It L .9 . 'W Q' CI, Q 0 r 1 .1 Q F . .E YA f Sf? MT". I Q.-' r if V 2' 4' Fl , . , AL, .Jig 5 , f. ' . 1 f I-, X 'xt A-.-. if' f ' ii L! 3 ' I ... 4 Marial 'uf-. W 'S-.-f-J .ff-.f' 1 - ,Y . .f"" 1 vf-.."' P .ft ' ' Q.. MX ' L- : , yi . -L 5 ,at ,., I. Y 1 iffy PG.. , . s sf... -, - Art Spoons NORMAN B. ROCHE, '28 ROBERT F. BROWN, '28 Editorial Spoons PHILIP K. ANTHONY, '27 REUBEN HERZFELD, '28 PHILIP KUEHN, '27 HARRY EDEL, '28 HAROLD BARNSLIAW, '27 SIDNEY LEVIN, '28 CHARLTON R. KEY, '29 MARTIN L. MACINTIRE, '28 S. L. RABINOWITZ, '28 ROBERT HOLZMAN, '29 I-1 ' 1. H I .Ai tr 11 'E xg, i ta . V ig ll Q. 1 5 I1 S .'. R! .I 9 0 6. if ,' 'J 0 ,H .I v 9' ,A 'Q Q 'L in fb 'D 3' J VERNON KUNKLE, '27 S. PHILLIP FISHER, JR., '28 I, iii-s.'p Business Spoons - - CHARLES S. SOLIT, '27 SIDNEY S. KADIN, '28 JESSE I. FRIEDMAN, '29 I PERKINS BAILEY, '28 JOSEPH CONWELL, '28 EDWARD CORSON, '29 4-4 Q JOEL NASS, '28 MYRON GOLDMAN, '28 DAVID LEVIT, '29 SEYMOUR DIAMOND, '28 ALLEN SAWYER, '28 ALFRED B. BENNETT, '29 EDYVIN PHILLIPS, '28 OSCAR STERN, '28 ROBERT L. ZULLINGER, '29 ROBERT COOKMAN, '28 LAWRENCE RUSSELL, '28 D. EDWARD FRANK, '29 ERRETT DUNLAP, '28 JULIUS JACOBSON, '29 "' ' I 'N " VT i A-if 239 1E 1 1' 3 Kid Y . 71 'lr' f - le 'r' ni I L ..V .. - x Vg' ,r r,l ,if 1 A. 'P w' gf' 1 Q73 .Enix , I yr N1 1, fl.. el V JAKJ' I-N. .241 If I "V 1 Fr-M, 'K' Ji' uit? 5 liij L 7 1. -7,1 ll Fx f amy!!! Egfr! :I f L iii? C Q29 ilthill lil l Eli .git 1 2 -CQ xiii 5.3 3 .1 . il If l fa gf. 5 ff? 3 if W Sl x, V U we ,f I ke' ' 1 .,,1.j i::":i:f 6 l 25 gg! F-4 .. 92' 3 fgl 7'.,,..f', Wil 4 W' A 1 ,,. ' 1 h 41 ,gy 41 5-'J -uf -fi, f Q 5 x A H lp: E ii' Q wrl 2' . 4 ., if 1, .- ., gs. -f ,,-, ,.,c ual. ,ik-h .., V. ,-., . W. 'az-'v' . - . , iv A 5 V. 7 UOWNS a H1927 RECORD" T HAS been the goal ofthe present "Record" Board to produce a volume that would be superior to its fifty-six predecessors in as many ways as the short time allotted to the preparation would permit. It has long been the consensus of opinion that the "Record" has not been just what it should beg that it has not been truly and completely representative of the University, when it is considered that it is one of the main sources of publicity and propaganda for Pennsylvania. The present Board lays no claim to having produced a "Record,' that is beyond criticism. Suggestions a-plenty are in store for those who will follow us in this important work of recording the accomplishments of Pennsylvania classes. We are singularly glad that we are not to be the recipients of these suggestions, for it is with no ambitious pen that we complete our work. To return, however, we do believe that an auspicious start has been made toward a truly comprehensive volume that will advertise Pennsylvania fully, yet not ostentatiously. Changes have been made in page size and in the arrangement of the several sections of the book. New features have been introduced in the hope that the H1927 Record" may compare favorably with the printed outpourings of the graduating classes of other leaders in the field of education in these United States. The entire Board has labored diligently, and cooperation has been forthcoming whenever needed. For this, those who have been directly responsible for the publica- tion of the H1927 Record" wish to express their appreciation. Thanks are also due to those who through their apprenticeship have been initiated into the mysteries of the publisher's art and who are now fully equipped to venture upon the task of compiling a new volume. Our thanks, how- .iriii-sgiiiii 1 15: P- :Yi 5, lgsgg:'jg:- i5g:izs:1z:'g't 555551, 5 eflfggqgsi..fifagffeszaiirlgfiif.fi 2 if ie'eQff.:3fff2igl4fr2::-vie! igftiila... .- 2 rf? 114 5 sfgnlgifrg,figqaiglsgeziil.Heierig -lv" f if T 5.1 :gurlinfrgggggisfggllizziig'19 gf' - 41 sill'-mia! ive sewing 'vw MZ: ' 1,01 .. 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SCHOLLE REYNOLDS LACY VANCE SAMUELS RUBENSTEIN GRANT SWEET Hilti? .ni.5V.1 iffy . A 1 9 2 7 RECURD BUARD . . . . fffffi' Editor-in-Chief . . . RAYMOND SAMUELS Business Manager . . . HENRY T. VANCE W Managing Editor . . WEBB C. SWEET Art Editor ...... JOSEPH N. LACY Air, Circulation Manager . RAYME D. GRANT Advertising Manager . . MEYER RUBENSTEIN Photographic Editor ..... RICHARD K. EINSTEIN ' I U. - K Editors iw? R. RALPH GLANCKOPF ALBERT L. KLOPFER iii, N D. BENJAMIN KRESCH WILLIANI H. KRESCH fd JOHN A. MULLICAN xgbzjmii ,. W I I .r'?-U Associate Editors .QQ .. ,,. ROBERT C. BAKER HENRY M. FEDER WILLIAM H. MAXWELL IAF. ALVIN G. BINKLEY GEORGE D. MCDONALD H. BARTON OFF ARNOLD G. BUCHSBAUM EDWARD J. NICALENNEY GEORGE H. WALTON 'QQ' Business Associates EDWARD A. DRISCOLL ROBERT F. WELLS iffy: 'Biff BENJAMIN S. GORDON JOHN F. WOLF .ff-.iff JACQUES SCHOLLE A . fr - Wig Art Associates ,L EDXVARD A. BERG CHARLES M. COXVAN WALTER H. POOLE 'HQ - . IA Photographic Associate 5,46 ALEXANDER H. REYNOLDS 41 fgfi 53.5 T' '+"?:'Vln'.f5l"""' C' ff 1I':x2f1gf.':.f.:cI.."2r.Aw-f.,.f,gS.'o.fi-1an ijwffz iff- 'Z 2'-sf . ,r .' YQ, ..,,nv 5 . I V, 'V A- ,Y - . 34 'If If Yfhlrzvgkj .la 4 I Lwsfi 241 IR" ,.... A C 0 R 1 W.. A Viv- -,. GQCLT .fy ,nwfig-,:rm MM Hows-.- .E ...iii r. if . I tri Cl 61 lvl -li?- gw 'c RED AND BLUE " LTHOUGH the Class of 1927 labored diligently for the "Red and Blue" their Freshman year, it was not until they had attained the dignity of Sophomores that their efforts were rewarded with several names appearing on the masthead of that publication. ' Those elected on the merit of their literary ability were J. Dudley Marks and "I-lalv Lowe, while Albert Klopfer became a member of the Art Board and Earle D. Maas was made an Assistant Photographic Editor. William S. Hopfman and Jesse Geisman were ' the hrst of their Class to be elected to the Business Board. At' the spring election, Edwin , C. Pease was elected to the Editorial Board and four more business associates were also P added, namely, S. Eldridge Sampliner, Arnold Mason, Richard Redway, and "Spike" . . Webb. The Class of 1927 took pride in its success and redoubled its efforts the following l year, once more reaping the reward of hard work. In their Junior year, D. Benjamin , Kresch, Berman Schoenfeld, Edwin Ellis, Frank P. Schwartz, David F. Kaliner, Charles A Bentley, and Ben Levi were awarded Editorial Keys. Wallace Palmer was elected Art Editor and Albert Fields became a member of the Photographic Board. David Haymond, Bernard S. Schwartz, and G. Howard Walton were elected to the Business Board. At the end of this year the Managing Board elections were also held and J. Dudley Marks was N ' I given the title of Editor-in-Chief, Edward F. Ellis, Managing Editor, Wallace G. Palmer, X Jr., Art Editor, and Earle D. Maas, Photographic Editor. Those elected to look after the ly Hnancial welfare of the "Red and Blue" were William S. Hopfrnan, Business Manager, ,. Jesse Geisman, Advertising Manager, THE SHTUR'D,gY and S. Eldridge Sampliner, Circula- ,f'ef jg ,,. 1T1iiifiifiigffifii if' ll ,ll POST tion Manager. 1 Under the guidance of these cap- J' A able men the "Red and Blue" has RTL Q prospered and grown this past year. "lilii ' ' 'w ' its ffl d 'th ' t tin pages are r e wi in eres g yyzcz ' reading matter and its appearance A Zyl Sash month is eagerly anticipated by t c .... the student body. We justly attrib- ute its success to the effective work and constructive endeavor of the Saturday Evening Post Number Class of 1927. Valley Forge Number . 2 '-:al 242 It-- Y x x .A l O .1 ' 1 ,Q 0 C 'Q X I 0. D .1 I A ,Q 1 . '. I x 5. U 'V I I ,I D 4 'l l x Q Q ' I ,O Y! I .y V. 0. 4 1 l O I l Q I P I .A l xl I I .1 ' 1 ,Q l 0 W I li . . .. ' 1 ,Q la 8' . mi. 1 I 9 I G Q' F . Q 7 3 I l .2 R . afar: 4 V. I I as- A E AE I I TL, ' f 7 I H- wif-:fin ,I 'I , V' W a I. I A V' Sf, , A JI. -I ,ref , 1.2 I ,H L QI Q lj. EQ QR 44' +R f. A349 . A 'KEN I , WW , it , J, "I" . I Q ' IMT, -. ,- - .ijifv I A I ,E I I .,f U1 'wif I ' e. 4 0 -' . Rafi! I 5. I-Y A, V' Q " ,. I W D I ,LJ fi if I 4. ' 1 9 lf .L A I7 I I e 9 MCI NTYRE YEATON SAMPSON IRISH HOFFMAN A KAMBER STRAUS OWEN GRAFMUELLER TALBOT MALONE FISHER SCHWAR17 BECKWITH QUINN YOHE HALFF STEAD , . . . - f HAvMOND FRANK Or-PENHEIMER GOLDSMITI-I SALUS GOLDBERG KAHN FIELDS REICH CI-IORGSH ROBERTS WEBB SC!-IOENFELD 3' .I , LARONGE LIEBOWITZ KALINER MAAS HOFFMAN MARKS KLOPFER PALMER LOWE KRESCH PEASE ,I ,W Q , QQ 55 T, RED AND BLUE ,' . if Editor-In-Chief . . J. DUDLEY MARKS, '27 Businepq Manager . . WILLIAM S. HOPFMAN, '27 5' , ,. Managgng Edztor . ALBERT L. KLOPFER, '27 Advertrsrng Manager . JESSE GEISMAN, '27 ' f' Art Edrtor ..., WALLACE G. PALMER, -'27 Czrculalzon Manager . S. ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER, '27 -, ' ' '41 Pbotograpbzc Edztor .... EARLE D. MAAS, '27 i V, R 3 v I ' "'. U Art Board WP I' 'I I ROBERT BROWN, '28 JOSEPH KAPLAN, '27 JOEL KAPLAN, '27 In. in Board of Editors ' L I 1 Q , HAL LOWE, '27 EDWIN C. PEASE, '27 PHILIP S. MUMFORD, '28 fr- I -' ' FRANK P. SCHWARTZ, '27 ' BEN LEVI, '27 RALPH RICE, '28 3514 1, f fBERMAN SCHOENFELD, '27 CHARLES S. BENTLEY, '27 ROBERT H. HALFF, '29 I 1 D. BENJAMIN KRESCH, '27 EDWARD S. IRISH, '28 WESLEY H. BECKVVITH, '28 N J W. W. WOODSIDE, '27 FRANCIS I. CURTIS, '28 ALLAN J. FISHER, '28 f ' X RICHARD SAMPSON, '27 ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN, JR., '28 BERTRAM HALL, '29 I' , W V , 1 DAVID F. KALINER, '27 NORMAN E. MALONE, '28 ROBERT LDZULLINGER, '29 ' I fu Q ' 1' Photographic Board ,E ' 1- ALBERT FIELDS, '27 CLAIR A. YEATON, '28 ELI REICH, '28 u 'A A ' ROBERT D. STRAUS, '28 ALBERT GRAFMUELLER, '28 HAROLD KAMBER, '29 . JOHN MARQUARDT, '28 WILLIAM F. MCKENNY, '28 JOSEPH FRANK, '29 L I , ' SPENCER OWEN, '28 ,' , . , . . ' ' Buszness Asszstanls II. I , . 35 ' ARNOLD MASON, '27 ARTHUR S. SALUS, '28 KENNETH STEAD, '28 , I I RICHARD REDWAY, '27 WALTER E. HOFFMAN, '28 MARTIN L. MCINTYRE, '28 41 , G. HOWARD WALTON, '27 SAMUEL ROBERTS, '28 EDWARD A. TALBOT, '28 L, E , E Z BERNARD S. SCHWARTZ, '27 CARL S. ANDERSON, '28 BEN CHOROSH, '28 1 fm FRANK CORNELL, '27 THOMAS I. GATES, '28 LEROY HEPBLIRNE, '28 1 DAVID HAYMOND, '27 DONALD WOOD, '28 YONNIE LIEBOWITZ, '28 , C. H. GSAND '27 JAMES YOHE, '28 LEONARD OPPENHEIMER, '29 h CHARLES E. WEBB, '27 WORTHINGTON BUTTON, '28 GARDNER WHIPPLE, '29 Y , HENRY TIEFENBRONNER, '28 ROBERT WITLER, '28 ALAN GOLDSMITH, '29 ff! ' 'I -. LOUIS LARONGE '28 DANIEL LOENTHAL '28 ? ., 1 2 ' if I. . ,I I' ' If A T iI'7Kl -- f'i'V.'.' ix- - ' ..SirPAIQIE.-iIf':.wd2fff.f.:ffIfjfiiiw--1'ii'lIff?ljf1r2fFCE',fI-fg,lWj315535.f,1'ETfE-A,:?gI4L1'Zff'iQ,!, --:II 243 IE-- v ' If .CQ 1122 if' 'CTI-IE PENNSYLVANIA TRIANGLE " . .. INCE its beginning, in IQI4, "The Pennsylvania Triangle" has been constantly broadening its scope and pushing forward in importance at the University until it , , now gives expression to all student activity in the Architectural School, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering, and the Towne Scientihc School. This publication has :V combined the activities of these three schools into one magazine, thus bringing about a closer tie between the groups in the different departments. Q ' I Through the efforts of Editor-in-chief Naughton, and with the 'aid of Managing Editor gp Slocum, several new sections have been added to this year's "Triangle" Perhaps the most L. important of these is the Architectural Section, which includes the best work ofthe students ' in that school of design and which features reproductions of the best problems as well as a -if description of them and gives the results of competitions in which the students have taken " part. Expressive of equally as great a stride, however, is the section which deals with one V L ' prominent alumnus in each issue and tells of his work as an undergraduate and his ac- QL complishments since his graduation. , A' The Business Board, under Business Manager Day, has had a new era of proficiency- -y C' this year in developing an advertising section unequaled by any undergraduate college 4' magazine in that it contains all highly technical advertisements. These ads not only bring Q, dehnite results to the advertisers, but they are instructive to those who read the "Triangle" l- l and very properly supplement the editorial end of the magazine. gf, Although "The Pennsylvania Triangle" is an undergraduate publication and the ii majority of its articles are written by undergraduates, still it has a circulation of over one f thousand copies which are distributed to Pennsylvania alumni, alumni of other univer- it V, sities, and to high schools and preparatory schools, as well as to students on the campus. gf The circulation among such a large group as this may be accredited to a great extent ii- Q to the diversihed Held which it covers: scientific articles, ,humorous articles, and T., university-wide interest stories and developments along with the architectural and engineering school activities. A il 'T Following last year's innovation of a policy of distributing the magazine monthly l -I instead of quarterly, this year's Board has continued a successful step in the publishing of the periodical. "The Pennsylvania Triangle," this year, as for several years past, 4, has had the distinction of being recognized as the leading journal I " . of its kind in the country, and the Engineering College Magazine I 1' E Association has recommended its policy to the boards of similar hz? fri Publications' 'c W Along with Editor-in-chief Naughton, Business Manager Day, A Managing Editor Slocum, Circulation Manager Blamphin, and Alumni Editor Reynolds, there are several Seniors who deserve a . V - great deal of credit for their work this year. They are Carlon, Christian, Parlette, and Lacy of the Editorial Staff, and Merritt and 'lf Mayer of the Business Staff. ., , QS.: fp' 5 49 --QI 244 It-' Ii! Q r f- ' -' " 8 7 'N " T :rv .. jfs-gif' ' ., , ' -v.. ' . R. Q T lj E Q19.l,7H3Q El if QR F ii 1. A+ W. Q X 9. QQ .1 3 x Q.. ' 1 gl A 93 HOLLOWAY M HAAIILEJN BLEECITDER WRIGHT CAFIRLON KE1E:I-IAM LACY ZMERRITTC MULLERH V MASI ' Am ISYEIICSIN ARLEHECUM NXEZETON """"'I3',.Y 'HN REYNZIZZRD A""'C" 'CTHE PENNSYLVANIA TRIANGLE" B ' Editor-in-Chief . . . .J. T. NAUGHTON, JR., E.E., '27 , Business Manager . .C. C. DAY, E.E., '28 I pi Managing Editor ...., W. W. SLOCUM, M.E., '28 3. Circulation Maizager . . .A. M. BLAMPHIN, C.E., '28 M Alumni Editor . . . . .A. H. REYNOLDS, JR., NLE., '27 'lk 94 Editorial Stal? R. F. CARLON, Arch., '27 J. P. KETCHAM, Arch., '28 ,fl J. A. CI-IRISTIAN, M.E., '27 F. H. RIORDAN, E.E., '27 I YAP M. E. WRIGI-IT, JR., Arch., '28 J. N. 'LACY, Arch., '27 J. G. HAYDOCK, E.E., '27 W. B. HAMILTON, M.E., '27 ' C. ZAHN, Ch.E., '28 , F. J. TUCKER, M.E., '28 il H. L. PARLETTE, JR., M.E., '27 F. MASI, NLE., '28 9' H. W. COVVARD, Ch., '28 A. T. HOLLOWAY, C.E., '28 J' 1. - Business Stab' D. S. MERRITT, Ch.E., '27 P. H. MAYER, E.E., '27 J. S. BLEECKER, M. E., '28 H. C. WOOD, C.E., '28 R. R. MULLER, Ch.E., '27 H gf l ,Q ' ' fr", 'J NRFL. ' 'f ' ,J-ff'wff'Tf ,I ' ., 1 ' ww- . ' ' f tw.-..f.:TDffmw7Qs.f.?'zfF...aQf5f..:..fr ZHC..4I':.ff. Q ,t --11 245 It-- I . flag ff T35 KJUNTCT' ' Q. 5 N THE five ygears that have intervened between the first ap- V pearance of .lunto on the campus it. has established itself Q - a as the one undergraduate magazine which has made a serious yr. attempt at literature. And for this it has achieved a unique if position, both on and off the campus. lt has long since lost the UQ? following of those who were merely interested to see what wild Q. if- schemes the collegiate literati would evolve and is now of prime QI' interest to those who are concerned with serious attempts in the lhl U IA Q realm of belles lettres. - my gi Ed1fOfD0wm From a small beginning it has grown rapidly and with its A growth in size and circulation there has increased the interest of the whole student body. " i This has been evidenced repeatedly this past year in that all of the issues were sold out S' within a day or two after their appearance. - The fact that contributions were received from over fifty men shows that there was ,ef fr' G keen competition for the editorial honors and that a high grade of work was necessary to ' I A the making of the Board. Yet the editors were forced to leave unpublished many articles ,Ll that otherwise would have deserved a place, due to the lack of space. AV l " Q And the circulation has shown the same upward trend that the material has, for though lg the number of copies was increased each issue, yet, as stated, the issue was always sold out jf", gl within a few days of its being put on sale. At the present time, ".lunto" has the second largest circulation of any magazine on the campus. This, in five years, is a notable achieve- f ment. . Y The value of the magazine to its contributors and the ability of its writers is attested . '. by the fact that they have kept up the high standard that was set them by the name of fi y the paper. One of the former staff members has had a novel published and another has l A a volume of verse in the hands of the printers as this is written. The name of the magazine is taken from a club of wits formed by Franklin for the purpose of discussing the affairs of the day, if A particularly those of the realm of letters. b The staff of publication for the current year consists of Francis Q A B. Downs, Editor-in-Chief, Charles P. lwanicki, Managing Editor, John S. Adams, Jr., Seymour Blankfort, Edward Knoblock, David Kaliner, Rodney P. True, and Beaumont Breustle, members of the sl. VV, Editorial Board. Royal S. Maas is Business Manager and Armand .f I Peartree, Advertising Manager. The Business Board consists of David I-laymond, B. M. Horn, M. M. Houseman, George Mintz, P J. W. Goldberg, H. E. Leutholt, Sam Silverman, and Albert Tandler. 'W 'Qi A T 0' .i at 5 . 5 W 1 Q-V , ,I 1. ' r' --21 246 1a I I H E Q19 2 ZS RL.I25QQ.REE?2Q2 3 ,. gk! Yu .Q B Q if . gi 5.5 :K , XI Q ' I 1 K 3 3 , I Ii U., . 1, 1 'II In . j. x. O, 1 s if I 4 -5 B .. . I Q , I i I I 9 'P B s- - F 'UUNTOn V .Q ADAMS BREUSTLE TANDLER HAUSMAN HORN SILVERMAN LEUTHOLT MINTZ f V A KNOBLOCK HAYMOND GOLDBERG KALINER DOWNS MAAS BLANKFORT TRUE f ' '- I 1 I i I ! A, 1 Iii! 1. I .I I ' I LP. 'O li It K J B E f 5 O" I I Q ll I .Q I 0, I L i I ly .4 'a L I ' I ,gi ix ,i . 'V . ii I Editor-in-Chief . . . FRANCIS B. DOWNS Business Iwanager .... ROYAL S. MAAS Q ii Managing Editor . . CHARLES P. IWANICKI Advertising Manager . . . ARMAND PEARTREE I , 'C , T1 If, Editorial Board V I JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR. EDWARD KNOBLOCK RODNEY P. TRUE SEYMOUR BLANKFORT DAVID F. KALINER BEAUMONT S. BREUSTLE lffffi. In ,i. if ' . A Business Board 'N I .ii DAVID HAYMOND T. W. GOLDBERG it ,r , F1 A ' I B. M. HORN -H. F. LEUTHOLT B A - I M. M. HAUSIVIAN ' - ' " an .- ig N! -' 'Ili I ' ' A A ij 1 U ,, B gi A. I., 0 i I 3 A ' U. .1 xi 5 u r ' "- gn " I I f ' 'Dianna --:JI 247 It-- BJG'-HSJf. A CP gz vma E C o Il Doi ATHLETICS MCNG the host of activities which work them- selves into University life, perhaps none at- tracts more universal interest or spreads further the fame or disrepute of a university than does athletics. Every school, large or small, strives to pro- duce teams which conquer traditional rivals, while scores of such games are broadcast to listeners in every section of the country. The fundamental im- portance of athletics as a part of the college or uni- versity curriculum is now generally recognized. Pennsylvania has long been a leader among colle- giate institutions in all forms of athletics, and gradu- ates of years back still recite victories of close-fought contests Where only moral courage and the straining of every sinew have nosed out what seemed to be unconquerable opponents. But there are things of more vital concern than mere victories, for they may be idle honors. The spirit of sportsmanship and clean play that has characterized all of Pennsylvania's contests has been the outstanding feature in her record. lt has built character in her athletes and better prepared them for later life as Well as piled up points towards a Winning score. Both those Who have ac- tively participated in the game and those Who could but lend their moral support have fought for the glory of the game and for the everlasting renown of their old Alma Mater! . ffl? r-siiif --11 248 ya-- i 1 I I f i 5 . SCINIEP N' if Q FOOTBALL BRYDON BUTLER DOUGI AS DUNCAN FIELDS FONDE FREEMAN HAYES LAIRD MILLER ODIORNE PARKE ROGERS SINGER THAYER THOMPSON BASKETBALL CHAPMAN DAVENPORT GOLDBLATT LINDSAY TRACK BARINSHAW MCCLEAN PAYNE ROGERS SLAGLE STARRATT BASEBALL ARMSTRONG FIELDS KREUZ LINDSAY THOMPSON TREMPER CYMNASTIC EHRMAN GARDINER KRUEGER 2 SOCCER BUSWELL CALLAHAN GOLDST IN HELD MAGDONALD SILVER FVOOD GILDRED ROWINC HILL KELLE.-IER MASON NYLUND RIFLE BALL MGLEISH WOOD A-2:1 251 112-- . if yi..- ah fy,-.. 1f.g.,,,.f, 3 ,if-A-e..e.fsts-1 TEQ-l'TWTA 2tQi:ee:- .- --- -as . ' 5 1 ,, 1 I ., use L5352555-iii-pt-',.:-? 1.5.5 ea! Q Q 7 31 Q Q R- 3' -. ' T71 i if 'Ti TT 'W' T :ffl ' M21 Q 1, , 41,1 f?:t'fx: ' 1 1.1 , 3 35 M -1 ,K " . at 4' 2411 A I HLE l IC ASSGCIA l IO - we , , Wil! fe l l 3 ol A f-. . . . 1 l 1 X ' ,ij 'E HE visitor who comes to see our University, stands in awe of our mammoth stadium, surpassing the 'Q 5 - 1 Colosseum of ancient Rome in size and grandeur. He pauses before the portals of the Palestra, which is f f 1 the incarnation of the principle that athletics are for all. He feels that here is a splendid tribute to the A, glorification of the human body which was the heritage left us by the ancient Greeks. -Q All these feelings will surge within his heart, but he will not deign to notice the low squatting structure gk . Ut on the northwest corner of Thirty-third and Walnut. Yet it is here that the plans were laid for the stupendous . W 51, structures he has admired. Here the countless little details are worked out which enable the sport life of the W- University to go on in the myriad forms. lndeed, all tribute is due to the Athletic Association. ,Y The increasing enthusiasm over indoor sports, particularly basketball, is due principally to the splendid 1 K3 A facilities of the new Palestra. It was here that 10,000 people witnessed our strong basketball team on the night A of the Princeton game. It was in our Palestra that the Intercollegiate wrestling matches were held for the ' ' Hrst time at Pennsylvania for many years. ,U 1 Immediately adjacent, and virtually a part of the Palestra, is the new swimming-pool and gymnasium. -iq i P The new pool, much larger than the old one, has a seating capacity for I,5OO spectators. The gymnasium is lf. , , L one of the largest and best equipped in the East. r ,' The best test of the efhciency of the Athletic Association is reflected in the success of the teams themselves. Y ' , Q We point with pride to our football team undefeated by any Eastern teams and meeting its one defeat by a gl small score to a Midwestern collegeg a strong basketball team which was kept from the championship by one ' ,Q ' and two point losses. Although not quite so successful in Soccer we nevertheless defeated several strong op- ' ponents. Our crews were among the best in 1926, and the baseball team was indeed a credit to the University. ' qv H ln minor sports we have not been so successful, but these sports are being built up rapidly, and we may 'g. 'S expect far better results in the coming season. '3 1 A W iiw i I A W ' e' I r I ' , l T '2' i , 51 I I' li . ' I 0 V 1 l .1 1 I U 1 1 A " o 0 ' . 1 1 P 5 1 f' x 'e 2 1 la, V- Q' ig I 'E K X Q. U4 . I.. K 1, 1 7 I Q A ,Q 9 A ,T D' 1 L , ' , " The Palestra I K' .. ,f 5 1 2 . , 1 .1 ' V A, i F if Q I A 11' ' A 8 V 0 T Tktfi'-Q 1 7'9" .f5e""'TN I 5 ., -cliff? . .2 , .441 252 Ip.. W W W JGR SPCJRTS il , . -41 -W 4:1 5' 2 - X 7 -' . , gi' f 2'--f if 1 v'.f-,.1ff-,fafm-Q+ .7.f4'f- .' V . ,,:,:.--:WV f, gm -- , , , 1' . :gf , Q ' b ' , Y Captain George Thayer I u. ,J ,r N 1, ' I :af 'ff V.,-' ,. v ., if ,, -:--1- --. ' - ' ' I F ' I'-XX-',.rle.l"Ef1fi:f"Q1g!-:fgEf'5i',a is A . Z if ' It . ,l ,VI I Q F A .sg un I I , A P . ff A A F 3 nr " D I I ll-lf . . .I J, I, im , ff f'-Q, 7 J iff? ' J- lm W mm , . gl 'U A 'T "' lf ni. 1i25FL S THE 1926 football campaign at Pennsylvania was ushered in, the .1 ' 'l followers of the Red and Blue were pleasantly surprised by an in- ' novation. Instead of the defensive tactics common to Penn teams , 59 of past years, we were to have a team with a powerful and deceptive attack -the "hidden ball" offense. Some conservatives were decidedly opposed to this change in policy, but as the season progressed there was no question ffl that, in spite of its newness, the idea was a success. Along with attack we ef' ' . found that defense was not overlooked. In these days a team that can go , 33 U 9 through a schedule and have only twenty points rung up against it for the entire season needs no qualihcations as to its defensive power. ' Many of those men, who as Freshmen were prominent on that unde- ' yy feated eleven, starred again on the Varsity. With George Thayer, an All- . American end, as Captain, the team started out to make football history. ri The "hidden-ball" attack was a bit uncertain at first, but when Franklin fag. 55.1 V andAlVlarshall was disposed of at 40-o, prospects began to br1ghten.JT1he . .. . A ' following Saturday, with the scene practically repeated against o ns 37... . Jill - Ho kins O- Penns lvania su orters be an to wax enthusiastic The li If X effectiveness of the new attack had been demonstrated, but would it hold Manager Scbaqief against the better teams? That still had to be proved. Next on the sched- I, .,. Z ule was Swarthmore, who always gives Pennsylvania a close fight. When jd? A , the Varsity smashed their way through to a 4.4-o verdict over a team that was supposed , to offer serious opposition, even the skeptics were forced to admit that in p I spite of graduations and the loss of Kruez, we had an exceptional team. W Our Class of 1927 presented a potent array of football wealth. Rogers I in the backfield was a shining light, while in the line-Butler fought like a - Tro'an, at the win s Ca tain Tha er and Sin er were illars of strength, ' ,- I g P Y g P . . ' 4 - outht of unquestioned ability and stamina. Let us not forget such worthies , with Parke and' Duncan preventing thrusts through the line-we had an .fl 1 x ' , as Freeman, Fields, Douglas, Laird, Odiorne, and Thompson on the bench V j R, ready at any moment to Hll a gap in the backheld, with Hayes, Fonde, and ,flag f ' ' e Miller ready to bolster any tired or injured team-mate in the line. il As the season wore on, we had an invasion from the West. Chicago, tutored by the "Grand Old Man of Football," Alonzo A. Stagg, arrived at ' 1 Franklin Field with the avowed purpose of breaking the wands of the "Four Magicians," as Rogers and his mates behind the line were called. However, by the end of the fourth quarter they were as tired of seeing, the I rd, ' young football- Houdinis perform as any team ever was. Sufhce it to say I, , that Coach Young's aggregation romped home with a 27-o verdict and that 6,4 the "hidden-ball" attack was at Pennsylvania to stay. Williams was next flffifl , eliminated by 36-o after the Varsity had operated on them for one quarter. ,RTI , L' Now came our time to travel. With several special train-loads of rooters, Cwcb - f the Varsity left for Urbana to meet Illinois, sans Red Grange, but with a I f'L,,,,H young l f' 1"--s,t1-'P Q..-s.aa,.f-""'-.vf----.ag .... H - Q .ave --saw ..-- If-.wah-N -1-Fe -'rv-HH ref. -a f"':'e-ww -N.,-N1 -'-g.:,-- rs, QC ..," " ., ra-..,,f.--'-.-', , . ,K .f tf'r f --QI 255 Ib-- fa f, n Q 1 , y W- 7"2-1 ,ff ax. Q19 Z 739 FL C 0 R V X x 0. W Q' X' at I L bi QA A 1 X fi" f - ' i ' ,1:'.- -'.. 11 ' 1 I A- ' I x 'U 15 2 Rogers Fields Parke P' powerful aggregation. Unfavorable weather was encountered-the entire game being ' ' played in a sea of mud. The game was fiercely fought between two evenly matched teams. Ro ers, in s ite of the fact that he had been laid u with an attack of ri e, made the Q ,a P 1 , P 1 g PP , trip and played brilliantly throughout the game. Handicapped by the heavy footing, the , Red and Blue's attack did not function to perfection, though it gave Iilinois all they cared I. to handle. In the closing minutes, with the score deadlocked, Illinois unleashed a forward ' passing attack which brought them within scoring distance and, after failing to gain through our line, "Frosty" Peters drop-kicked a field-goal that proved to be their margin y of victory. - Our chances for an undefeated season were spoiled, but the team was given no rest, Q for the bloodthirsty Nittany Lion from Penn State invaded Franklin Field. Although the team was badly battered up from the Urbana upheaval, they retained a decided edge ' on the State CoIlege outht which the score of 3-0 does not fully show. ' ww . i f x 'it. " ,- 2 Hayes Laird Freeman . 1 5 1 kg ' gl' '- N91 e " , 11-' Y 5EiiW ?'5" Knife' TTI 4' 1 --ai 256 12-- "' iefif if I is ,QQ it 'QA i. ig A! Will, . . - I f l if ' 4' . E T ii it lt .I - 1 , l i, ., . ll 4' ' , . fi sn V- Qla 'i - 1 il . 76 mi W V 1 nr' f ll . 1 ,D Q . 'Q .X -3 vi . 0' T , I ,Q 'W QTIELE Q19 2 7311 E 1 Singer X Thompson Douglas Columbia, fresh from a victory over Cornell, next dropped in to pay us a visit. The same story as the State game holds here, too. Although the Varsity consistently out- played their rivals, they did not quite have the punch to score and we had to be content with a 3-o verdict. T Then came Turkey Day, Cornell, and a new attendance record at Franklin Field. The football was such as only those two time-honored rivals, fighting tooth and nail, could display. Cornell, conhdent of victory from her recent conquest over Dartmouth and Columbia, grimly determined to end up its season with a victory. For three quarters, in spite of the Varsity's determined fighting, Cornell held the upper hand with a ro-o margin. Then, at the opening of the hnal period, Pennsylvania showed her power. Before the quarter was a minute old, Wascolonis hid the ball so effectively that he was 65 yards down the field and over the goal-line before Cornell knew what had happened. Receiving the kick-off, Penn took the ball and started another spectacular drive down the field. Wi'Cl1 an attack of slices off tackle mixed with occasional passes, they once more were in Cornell territory, once more they neared the goal as relentlessly and determined as a tank in action. Cornell's defense was of no avail. A 15-yard penalty halted the attack and then Paul Scull was injected into the fray and came through as in the State and Columbia game, adding the necessary 3 points to tie the score. The Red and Blue was not con- tent. After an exchange of punts, another march down the Held was started, once more Scull tried his skill but a desperate Cornell line hurried him, and the ball bounded into the seething line of scrimmage. Another exchange of punts, and another advance into Cornell territory, with the lthacans losing ground on each play,but time was short, and before the Varsity could attempt to score again the time-keeper's whistle ended a most thrill- 'a V , ff i ' 4 r , ,.. .,,,-, 4, V in T hii -hsz ' I ' t-'ir ' ing climax to a very successful football season. A n A ,lily Q 1-' ,-,. E! 5 Fl l 1 lf. .1 1 ri 'o K x 0. 9, N , ig 1 F M 2 0 U , Q l 2. f c of ' A 0 1 'e Q 6 Butler Odiorne 'Q L 1 U. may D .Li '-:JI 257 Its-- ROGERS SCULL, F. SMITI-I ODIORNE MILLER PIKE HAYES BRYDON SCHAEFFER ALPAss SANFORD FREEMAN LAIRD THOMPSON DOUGLAS I-IAKE MURPHY SCULL, P. YOUNG PARKE DUNCAN BUTLER THAYER WAscoLoNIs FIELDS SINGER A Snap from the Penn State Game fx ,V u . --:JI 258 12:-I ,1 ' 0 A S FOOTBALL CHRONICLE Captain ..., GEORGE CHAPMAN THAYER Manager . . . . . JOHN M. SCHAEFFER Assistant Managers: THOMAS S. GATES JR , Associate Manager . . WILLSON T. ALPASS I ' TRVING R. STEVENS JR . LETTER MEN . End, GEORGE THAYER Tackle, JOHN SMITH ,- Guard, SAMUEL PARKE ' Center, JOHN BUTLER A Guard, CLIFFORD DUNCAN I Tackle, EDWARD HAKE End, DONALD SINGER . Quarterback, PAUL MURPHY - Hablback, CHARLES ROGERS ' ., Center, STUART BRYDON I HaUback, THOMAS FREEMAN Habfback, RICHARD ODIORNE Habfback, PAUL SCULL A Fullback, ALFRED WASCOLONIS End, FOLWELL SCULL, JR. Tackle, HARRY MILLER Tackle, FOSTER SANFORD, JR. Guard, ROBERT PIKE Tackle, EDWARD FONDE End, JOHN HAYES Quarterback, JOSEPH LAIRD HaUback, CLARENCE FIELDS Habfback, JESSE DOUGLAS I Quarterback, ANDREW THOMPSON A , COACHES A I l ,Head Coacb, LOUIS A. YOUNG 9 Line Coacb, LUD WRAY In Ii, Backjield Coacb, BERT BELL Scrub Coacb, POSS MILLER Sept. 25. Franklin and Marshall . . . .I Oct. 2. Johns Hopkins .... 1 9. Swarthmore . . ' - I6. Chicago . . . f 18. Williams . . If 30. Illinois . . . Nov. 6. Penn State . . I3.C:Oll1I'I'1lDTEL . f 25. Cornell . . . A Totals ....... . 1 I 'o x X .I 0 I Q .I I U I 'O 1 I UI U 0 .1 ' 1 Al li 4 'O x x 'K .1 ' 1 ,I . 'O x x 04 . . 'v ' 1 Al . 'O K I 'A l l .4 ' 1 ,O 4 V Y X x 'A B .I I I ,C 5 O 'o R 1 9. Q l .V ' 1 Al I I Team Pbysician, DR. Assistant Line Coacb, KARL THOMAS Freshman Coacb, FRANK DEWHIRST Assistant Fresbman Coacb, JOHN DERN Trainer, LAWSON ROBERTSON ARTHUR LIGHT SCHEDULE Opp onen ts Varsity O 4.1 . . 7 40 . . o 44 . . O 27 . . o 36 . , 3 o . . o 3 . . o 3 . . IO I O ..........2o 204 All games played on Franklin Field except Illinois game, which was played at Urbana lll 6 3 2 5 Q " -" it are ' " -he A . " A- , 10' . O! T Q-. f-'I' j , f- fl , vs- '-:AI 259 IF-- if ' W W , ' 1 My fa Ria Vw, Caplain William MacDonald 3-Q r W i-ig: ma AZ - Ca. an gr .. 'ax' -x T f W if 0 QQ ER , . xy . 1. 33. an '- HHN SQ V .--fx 1 E53 L , 2,,,g,- - - -1 m y if J ' A' . HE Varsity record for the season of IQ26, mark- 6 fi' ing the Hrst year since the dishanding of the ln- tercollegiate League, is not one of particularly T 7 i outstanding recognizance for the Red and Blue hooters. il? Of the ten games played, six resulted in victories. The 'lg Varsity succeeded in winning their first three consecu- it tive games, the third victory heing over 'the Altoona xiii Works by a score of 4 to 2, thus avenging the defeat of . the previous year. The Penn State aggregation managed to gain a I to If O decision in a very closely contested game, hut the fol- ij jf lowing week the Varsity triumphed over Cornell by a score of 4 to 3, in an extra-period game. Pennsylvania ' il J' i showed the best playing of the season in this game. l . Manager Sluelmef Princeton was again successful in chalking up an- other victory against Pennsylvania, winning by a score of 4. to 2 after a whirlwind come-hack by the Red and Blue players. 1 I iii When the call for Soccer candidates was made this - fall, Coach Stewart and Assistant Coach Gould found six veterans hack from the previous year. These men were Captain MacDonald, Wood, Calder, West, Pratt, and Shelmire. With this group as a nucleus, the coaches commenced to build up the Varsity, choosing at the same time certain men ' lt from last year's Junior Varsity and Freshman teams. A, rfal " The Varsity "P" was awarded to the following men: MacDonald, Callahan, Wood, Girvin, West, 'gg 'A Pratt, Calder, Shelmire, Lazarus, Gildred, Dietrich, Coach 5,e,,,,,,, af: if 261 Ir-- and Buswell. Of these MacDonald Callahan Wood 'Gildred and Buswell are members ofthe Class of 1927. To "EW" Stuebner, Manager, goes a large portion of the credit for the excellent manner in which the team was handled. Roy Slaffle the Associate Manager is the one to whom the credit for the success of the Third Annual lnterscholastic Tournament goes. This event inaugurated in 1924, is designed to foster Soccer among preparatory and high schools. To Douglas Stewart, the veteran coach of Pennsylvania's Soccer team, goes the credit of putting on the field a team composed largely of green men, and due to his ability to handle men, he rounded them into a smooth-working combination which came close to winning another championship. This year marks the rounding out of his sixteenth year as head coach of Soccer at Pennsylvania. This is the hrst year in which Pennsylvania has been a member of the Intercol- legiate, Soccer Football Association of America, having withdrawn from the old Intercollegiate League last year. Pennsylvania did not win the championship of the new league this year but next year under Head Coach Stewart, and with the able help of Assistant Coach "Davy', Gould, Pennsylvania should rank well up in the Soccer world. V ' , ll 9. HU 4 9 .gp 9. Y I 1 ,r' Ku 6. !l J., xx I A' 1 0 O ' A iffi yi ' fffrfeEEf't A Q "U , UF . A-Q' fm - - vt A-41 262 Ib-- A sr v Q 4. li? lf-I lv-H U IPL . H lm .Q XO N is - nv 'Fl .O O ' I1 I V O U T O 5 p A' I ni A a as E i Callahan - V., ? . , U 3 7 Buswell Ax 1 Y' V I ly , ll 3 9 L1 5-. 'Y 7 1 ,O v., I X .A .1 ' 1 ,I I U P I U4 I u' F I . B D x M P I D .7 I ,L P 1 0, 'P 0' J I 9 I 1 X 'A 5 P O ' I O P I x I o I I l ,I I O l 1 u l , - Y, H 'V - TH E 19 2 7UR EWG O P4 D5 , -1 '-33 1 " I. 'PERL .. , 3 W. I-, ', 62:-fi: W oo d 16' E Gildred A-Q1 263 1?- S'ruEnNE1x, Mgr. Gmvm LAZARUS CALDER CALLAI-IAN WEST SHELMIRE P1-:ATT SLAGLE, Assoc. Mgr S'rExvAR'1', Coach GILDRED WOOD MACDONALD, Cupl, BUSWELL l'IELD GOULD, Asst. Couch Scrhmncxge --:II Iii" 1 4 m GTHEU19 z rlgln E Co Roo 11' I ,o al. . n if SOCCER CHRONICLE 5,4 Head Coach ..,........ DOUGLAS STEWART I il gl, Assistant Coach . . .DAVID L. GOULD I Manager .... . .ERHWIN A. STUEBNER " l ' ' Associate Manager . . .ROY SLAGLE p Assistant Managers . . .JACK J. MCIDOWELL if 34 l JOSEPH M. STEVENS V I ' Captain . . . .WILLIAM F. G. MACDONALD F 7' Q lo. 3 TEAM gf . . Goal, CALLAHAN va , M Right Fullbaek, WOOD 32, '- l, Left Fuzllfaele, Cmvm " ' 1 Right HaUback, WEST ' fi Center Hahlback, MACDONALD f' Left I-IaUback, PRATT, CALDER 'A V " Outside Right, SHELMIRE " Q Inside Right, LAZARUS ff, P. , Center Forward, GILDRED ill.. - Inside Left, DIETERLE 'C " gf A, Outside Left, BUSWELL .A l l in A - ' A Varsity 'Opponent 0 . A V V Germantown Cricket Club ........ . . 3 o ' I Al l Englewood Field Club . . . C. 6 I . . Q i il Altoona Works .... . . 4, 2 ' 0 I crescent Field Club . . . . 2 5 J' I ., Montclair Field Club . . . 0 4 fl ' Al Penn State .... . . 0 I ' A gf' Cornell . . . . 4. 3 2' '+ Haverford . . . o 2 5' ' .Princeton . . . . 2 4, i Haverford Alumni . . 3 I . ,C Alumni .... g. . 4 2 A. A l li! 7.1 o, I - ,O 0',i A 0 I I I I ,Q 0. af hi Q . . "'-e I 1 "'-a D '-QI 265 Ir-- Cap tain "Pudge" Davenport My v 14,344 fM,A 1.44 ' gg 1 M ' " ,, K A. ww .2,,- ff if' gf.. ,- , 'I. W ff w3rifw.wmfiL mi QQ YQEEQQSQPQ mi .Vs L pta? A., -Y .Y ., ,,L fam, I A I Y I . Y 3-' ii ,- . ,mf 5.2. . '- 2 , vga i ' 4' 'S l T . - ffifff 4 fifif .U Xliiii fill L iixtria LL i W va HHN 1,3 , , . . A V. ' :L . fl V91 . . N .,-4 A., HE year of IQ27 will go down in Pennsylvania's N basketball history for two excellent reasons. The first 1 if. , , was the opening of the Palestra and the second the L. ebb and flow of a Hghting team through its campaign of rl' twenty-six games. At times during the season, enthusiasm if g knew no bounds and it was bruited around that the Class h of 1927 was going to produce a championship team after a sf . . . ' wait of six years. But basketball is one of the most un- : v .Lf ' i ii , el bfi Qi X , certain games on the athletic calendar. The vagaries of the p l game are so manifold that frequently a weaker team defeats it a stronger one. y 4g - When Pennsylvania had its "nights onf' as the court ad- D il dicts have it, the team had all the earmarks of a brilliant A one. We recall with pride that streak of victory on the ' - Y imager mmf Palestra floor. Yale, Lehigh, Dartmouth, Lafayette, Navy, H' Penn State, and Syracuse-vaunted teams, succumbed to the brilliant playing of Captain Davenport, "lVlenchy" Goldblatt and their team- ,Ll . 15 1' fy mates. The Naval Academy and Penn State, riding on the crest of an 'HQ unbroken string of victories, could not cope ' ,K U- with the dynamic attack of the team. "' vi,-:Q gy . gt 2 T Syracuse, undefeated in the East, with the famed Vic Hansen in the lineup, could not .T stop that rushing attack. Then followed .T the let-up, with surprising and unexpected if defeats which put us out of the race for C13 , . ' ' C! Qi y f the league championship. ik. Sixteen of the twenty-six games played l 'A M . I fl. resulted in victories. We met defeat at the I 0 1' T! hands of Princeton by 4 and I-point or . . . . ' , margins, Columbia by 1 point, Cornell by .T 2 points, and Dartmouth by 6 points in C6acg,McNiC1,,,1 M, . . g! ..a .2 .. R ...H . 0:11 267 Ir:- N if 1 3.,--,, ,.,. -,,.-,,,,a.,u -V,"-5-ffgij 32, -1 a ,L,-,gc - -1-t 1 r , xx- ,, - - K B . in f.,2i:?l5?i.fiFff4?:fi'T9.5.:ZIf5.Sf33i'fi ffl? rr 4 LLQQ BD .qfsy wi' iii L52 registered league games. Syracuse, Navy, Maryland, and Ursinus were the other teams to win from Pennsylvania. The climax of the season came wit t e ina rince on game. ,recor - rea ing crow o en Pl' hhflP t A db k dft thousand wildly cheering enthusiasts witnessed a fighting team going down ig to defeat by a single point to finish in a tie for third place with ive victories and as many defeats. g 'Q It has been a great year for basketball at Pennsylvania, and one of ,ell which the Class of IQ27 may be justly proud, for it has contributed the if yi three stars of the team-Captain Davenport, "Menchy" Goldblatt, All- l Colle iate uard for two ears, and Ro er Lindsa . Besides these radu- g g Y g Y g xgfj ating letter men, Chapman, Schaaf, Magner, Connell, Lorms, and Luka- 'Fy switz were awarded the Varsity "PU in recognition of their excellent performances. Both Coach "Eddie" McNichol and Manager Robert A. . Q Krantz deserve commendation for their share in this year's victories. in . . . . 'V The added facilities afforded by the Palestra have made possible a 6 fuller enjoyment of basketball, and this favorite among major sports promises to continue in its place of supremacy in the hearts of enthusias- Q l tic Pennsylvanians. Z 1. .y , ff. 1.x Q . ll 1 E if 5-'ig 13 Q' ti . p 5 94 . Q Q , Qn- P ti l' l. 7 wal 268 ja . , T gl F 10 ' 1 X , lg 3 O 1 .!",. ,lr ,I . 1 .' 3 1, J if I 'L A 9. 1 Da iq f 9 1 ,ll ff? Vw l 1 'A L 0" 1 , I ,O 0 L x QTH E 10 .2 7QR E CD D. WWW 1 9, if , t X , :J ' e gy X .a If Qu iq 1" Q .1 V ' Goldblatt Thompson V. It ., r 1, , , C ' ' i lr M , . Y ,V A, ,, . ,9 4 -. 4 r c, ...ma 4 ,.-M. 44 few: A A 5 Walker Chapman 0 Q1 269 1?-4 . ,D ' " N , i W KS' D ,L .1 L in D i 1' K s 2 , Q' I 1 Q. I I .4 ' v DR. HANCOCK KRANTZ, Nigr. Luxmswrrz Lomas CONNELL MCNICHOL, Coacb JOHANSON, Assoc. Mgr MAGNER LINDSAY DAVENPORT SCI-IAAF CHAPMAN 1926 VARSITY TEAM '21 270 Ib-- V. ' 1 A -.A T Q -S . f"- -- 'iii ---1 ., .A -2, -K, 3- S -- 4, , .E , . 4 lH 'W f3Q THEU1'9 2 7511 E C 0 D-DD 1 li 1: Y I' a -, 3 ' BASKETBALL 7.1 1- L T Captain . . . . . .PAUL DAVENPORT ' 5 f, Manrager ,... . . .ROBERT A. KRANTZ -0' . ' Assistant Managers . . . .MARSHALL LEWIS T . . EDWARD HENNESSEY D Coacb . . .EDWARD MCNICHOL Q' ' A 1 ' -p LETTER MEN . p o ' MONTGOMERY W. CHAPMAN EMMANUEL CTOLDBLATT WILLIAM J. LUKASWITZ i I EUGENE J. CONNELL I F. RODGER LINDSAY THOMAS MAGNER H P P PAUL DAVENPORT ELLSWORTH -LORMS JOSEPH G. SHAAF I V.- g. a. b 5, . 'l Penn Opponents ' 3 2' Dec. 4. Ursinus . . .....,. . . .23 28 l II. Drexel ..... . . . . .39 26 , .. P 18. St. .loseph's . . . .35 30 1 I' 28. Syracuse . . . . . I6 33 I ly , I 29. Rochester . . . . .29 26 " L 3o. P. M. C. . . . .21 I7 ' - Jan. I. Yale . . . . . .. 26 I5 - Q .1 4, 5. Navy .... . . . I7 25 ' ' 6. Penn A. C. . . . .32 24 'I p 8. Lehigh . . . . . .26 25 ' I2. Princeton . . . . .I9 23 ' I 5. Dartmouth '. . . .34 22 ,YI ll I . ' ,A I9. Lafayette . . . . .27 I6 yr . f 22. Navy 3 .... . . .32 I8 I, ID I 1 I 29. Penn State . . . .32 26 3 2 Feb. 5. Cornell . . . . . .37 31 9. Maryland . . . . .2I 26 lr J E I2. Columbia . . . . .25 26 , , .6 16. Syracuse . . . . .29 22 ff l gr' I9. Yale . . . . . .22 21 ll, I ' I. 22. Cornell . . . . . .16 I8 aj "Ll ' . 26. Dartmouth . . . .21 27 4 - Q' March I. Dickinson . - . . . .36 38 rg ' I C I b' , -xl 5, 5. ourn ra . . . . .32 24 'Al 1 . 8. Swarthmore . . . . 32 I4 . L ' I2. Princeton . . . . .25 26 ' ' .le ,f a,I IAQ l" . ' . .4 af .I f, 0. ,, 4-:JI 271 It-- Captain "Bob" McClean ,W fl 1 Q.,,,' , ffm Q Af fw' I 4 it f of 1 -4 A S .15 , - 'gg . ' V 5, . 59 . Jr w "TTT TTT-TT 'T T "Pj . f i - A T 1-J all I 'G' 1 lt 1 Til I' dfig..-it Q A ws-IN ,. it 'W HE standard of track athletics at Pennsylvania has never ' been as high as at the present time. Never were so many men beating IO seconds for the Hhundredn and 22 seconds for the ' "two-twenty", never were so many men "shading" 5o seconds in the 7 Hquartern and 155 in the "half", and never were so many broad- up f jumpers bettering 24 feet or so many shot-putters "hovering', around 3221 the 5o-foot mark. As in the old days, when "Ted" Meredith and A T' , Kranzlein, wearing the Red and Blue, smashed the records, so, today, fx men like MacDonald, Slagle, and McClean of the Class of 1927 are .5 iht setting up greater standards to strive for in the future. Over hfty eager candidates answered the call for track in the fall of our Freshman year. The results of our indoor work soon proved that we would have an exceedingly successful squad. After a number Manage' Dmnberge' of meets, Coach Robertson chose Bowan, Colson, Snyder, and Woben- smith to represent us in the Freshman Une-Mile Relay Championships. They proved very capable of handling the task placed upon them and came in a few inches behind Cfeorgetown's victorious team. f. After the Relays, our thoughts turned toward the coming Dual 3 Meet with Cornell. As event after event was decided, our superiority 5 f was shown and the result was a great victory for us. To Barnshaw, ,A al ' ,Q lVlcClean, Slagle, Kanrich, Starratt, Singer, and Buell much of the 1' - . success of our yearling team was due. , Q55 Tj- : 3 ' The next season found us aspirants for the Varsity, and several of rr ' i'.! us promptly showed that we deserved a place. At Georgetown, J llrll-43 .1 'fr MacDonald, Hendricks, and lVflcClean upheld the prestige of 1927 by 'x 2 sbp-. s f 3. iq ff If V . . scoring heavily in the sprints and field-work, and conclusively demon- pail J, strated that our Class furnished an indispensable part of Pennsyl- .gl lx L2 Sl vania's track material. Next came the Osteopathy Games in which wifi MacDonald was "anchor" man on the winning One-Mile Relay Team. ln the Indoor lntercolleffiates we laced third after breakin our A C P g , share of the records. ' Cm-1, Roberlgon LU, fd 'f?7'frr'f:f'ff 5 Q fir-frfrf -xmas: 2' we f :g1a:1fft'fe-ft'xg-efficiQ':,.frrf.us'fi1aff -zo-f'iffrf"'ef nfl.-W aw-.L llfftlt1f:5f?,Tl'f?if??f1Qft1'i1 Pi-ff. f ' Qir' 1. 2 A-21273 Ia coa DQ A A QQ Pl 555 4" 9 v 1 f The outdoor season started with Pennsylvania sending a One- Mile Relay Team to England to compete with the fast Oxford and Cambridge teams. ln a very close race, our team, with MacDonald, was second to Cambridge. The greatest event of the Relay Carnival was the Half-Mile Relay Championship, in which Pennsylvania,s team shattered the record. ln the 'Triangular Meet with Yale and Dartmouth we hnished second to the "Eli's," but the following week Pennsylvania had its day by winning the Dual Meet from Cornell for the Hrst time in a number of years. Then the lntercollegiatesg this time in Philadelphia. Fifth place was ours with only ii points A A ' less than the victors. McClean, Hendricks, MacDonald, Slagle, and , 1, Barnshaw represented the class of ,27 in these meets and they per- , formed in wonderful style. A ' "i' .luniorsl After winning many events in the Newark A. C., the f Bamsbaw New York A. C., and the Osteopathy Games with a practically new fl team, we proceeded with much confidence to the lndoor lntercollegiates in New U- York where third place was captured. "Roy" Slagle tied for second place in the 7 pole-vault at I2 feet, 4 inches, while "Bob,' McClean took second place in the gif shot-put with a 'gmighty heave." Q' We will always remember the second day of the Relays, April 24, r926,awhen, .1 with MacDonald, the quarter-mile relay record was set by wearers of the Red 'ig and Blue in the astounding time of 42 seconds. On the same day, Barn- shaw, Payne, Starratt, and Glenn took third in the 4-mile relay. Payne ran a Y. beautiful race as "anchor" man. Coming from far behind, he set out after the is leaders and gradually overhauled the Held one after another. We wish the straight- A away had been 20 yards longer. McClean repeated his excellent work fi by again placing second in the shot-put. .3 ln the Triangular Meet with Yale and Dartmouth, we bowed 5 once more before the men from New Haven, despite the fact that f'Bob" took first place in his event by putting the shot 44 feet, 9 A inches. Cornell avenged its former defeat-score 752 to 592. lt .1 , was a hard loss for we had seven Hrst places. Finally, in the Out- 'tg door l. C. A. A. A. A. Meet, Pennsylvania Hnished in tenth place. f Our representatives placed in most of the semi-Hnal heats, but the -, field was most unusually fast, six old records having been replaced SA' and one other equaled. - 1 ln the Millrose A. A., Boston A. A., and New York A. C. Meets we In placed in all of the events in which we entered. Then, in the Fifth 41' Regiment Games, at Baltimore, Payne won the mile in 4 minutes, ' 275 seconds. Lamberg and McClean took first and third in the Payne 'o if ' 1 -11 274 1a- 1 TI-1 EIUI Q 2 Ymn E C on D - ' . -9 il: ld' l 1 A, .I i.ll sf I . -Q i Sfarragg lVIacDonald ,lt I shot-put respectively. The Winning distance was 46 feet, 1 inch. ln the National A. A. U. Track and Field Meet in New York We took many places, the outstand- gl ing ones being Payne's second place in the 2-mile steeplechase and MacDonald's , second in the goo-yard run. ,,. The I. C. A. A. A. A. Outdoor Meet came around again in which Pennsylvania A5 took hfth place with 14.2 points. Harvard Won, having collected 232 points. - A Word of praise, finally, is due Coach' Robertson for his untiring zeal in training the teams which have brought, and are bringing, so much renown to Pennsylvania. :ii Much credit We give to Manager Edson Dronberger for his eflicent handling ' '- ofthe business end ofthe Meet. His task has been no small one, and he has done fi, his Work well. f' Lastly we congratulate Captain Robert McClean and the other vvearers of the "spiked-shoe" who have made, and are making, track history at Pennsylvania, 0 . - . :F and particularly the record of 1927, so glorious. of ' A ,Q 'tl l I 'A ,U 1 1 Ll 'o 8 I . .4 . C f C + 'Esc 1 --Q1 275 Ia-- W? .qw 'Cu U? M 21 J . , ..-gi. w 'ff 1 'Q Fw Q -.,,,.,.. tgw .. .ff--' - MQ- . ,, . . 'Q Ex 1, M I K4 'V 1 E 1 J' - , 'ci 4"l 1 . I' A ,O l P! 'Q t x o. X .1 I 1 ,O 3 0 K ' A V7 a ' I df i if P 9 6 51 , , u J ff 2 AJ I W L, - f 5' ' La 4 .al N '+ ik' I 'V N. it fl?" Y f' C, P BAXTER R SHEPHERD DECARVALI-Io SKANRICISI H ' 5" 1 .5 in EARSON OLIN ATINSKY ALPH AXER AxoN EILPRIN 1.- il DRONBERGER, Mgr. ROBERTSON, Coach BARR, Assoc. Mgr. LAMBERG GREENE WEISIGER GLENN Tuxlu. GILES MEREMBECK 5 H 2 fb- 5 - MARTIN MCGLAUGHLIN STRATTON MOORE ' Lowv BARNSI-mw SLAGLE MCCLEAN, Capt. STARRATT PAYNE FRANKS F. Scum. ' ' ' .42 1 Q- . lu 1 L ' fi . mfg ' 7, x . 1' 2' X- O ' .E is J" ' 1 1 f- an E E ' " .A o ,Z-11 J 4 , V7 yi? 1 A a f Q! . X 9 W F f !! V 1' "" Q V V .L 1 . K 'F' QA. , -' 1 1 , f ' L , 1 , J 1 .3 K' I , x f A! 4 j 1' K , ' ' '7- V W , ' I ' K '92 'N 4 . 1 b ' Slagle Hendricks lil, J Q 5 ' 'ffxitg " f E if M wen .Q.y. w ,,-,V -. Adwijfwrf- ' M. . -1 nf 1 - , 0:41 276 Ir:-4 :I I I Ir? 5 . W' .I Ia V, .A' 1 ' . - .JT aft. I I 'FTTTFZT T977 if f -- 'f ff 'fi''1'I'f2W'1I9'C?AZlIf'iQT32 Ii w ma I - TI1IEIEII.9 QJQR E?Q5Q:.I2. I, , if TRACK CHRONICLE 51, 4 ' Captain . . . . . ROBERT A. MCCLEAN Coach ....... LAWSON ROBERTSON 'A Manager ..... EDSON D. DRONBERGER Assistant Managers . STEPHEN R. DOUGLAS if Associate Manager . JOSEPH M. BARR RALPH S. ESTUS . -- Mg, M I RESULTS OF INDOOR TRACK SEASON, 1927 it -ll I I MILLROSE A. A. MEET, February 2, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. Scull, First, 50-Yard Dash., I 9 BOSTON A. A. MEET, February 5, BOSTON ARENA. Second in I-Mile Freshman Relay. My 4 A NEW YORK A. MEET, February I4, NEW MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. ScuII, First, 60-Yard Dash, . D FIHHISS, Third, 60-Yard High Hurdles, One-Mile College Relay, Pennsylvania, Second. . -' FIFTH REGIMENT INDOOR GAMES, February 26, BALTIMORE, MD. One-Mile Run won by Payne in .I 4 mInutes, 2755 seconds, Lamberg, First, Shot-Put, McClean Third. L ' NATIONAL A. A. INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD MEET, February 28, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. ' 4 lg Payne, Second IH 2-Mile Steeplechase, MacDonald, Second in 300-Yard Run. ,I is I I. C. A. A. A. INDOOR MEET, March 5, NEW YORK CITY. Pennsylvania, Fifth, With 142 points. 2' Lamberg, First III Shot-Put at 46 feet, 4 inches, McClean, Fifth, Scull, Third, 70-Yard Dash, QI Slagle tied WIth SIX men for Fourth in Pole-Vault, Baxter tied With three men for Third in High- , P Jump, Pennsylvania, Fourth, in 2-Mile Relay. I Q ' MEADOWBROOK GAMES, March I9, PHILADELPHIA. Glenn Won Miss-and-Out Race, Cowy Won 1 50-Yard Dash, Franks, First, 50-Yard High Hurdles, Brill, First, I2-pound Shot-Put. I QQUA t If RESULTS OF OUTDOOR TRACK SEASON, 1926 April 23-24. THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD. Pennsylvania Won . I ,i the Quarter-Mile College Relay Championship of America. V' I May I. TRIANGULAR MEET WITH YALE, DARTMOUTH, AND PENNSYLVANIA AT FRANKLIN FIELD. Yale, 5823, Pennsylvania, 40. . ,I May 8. DUAL MEET WITH CORNELL AT ITHACA, N. Y. Cornell, 75gQ Pennsylvania 592. W 4 7 it I May I 5. TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS. , up May 28-ZQ I. C. AL A. A. A. OUTDOOR MEET, SOLDIER,S FIELD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Pennsylvania, il-Q I0 points, Southern California Won With 35M points. f I A .-I OUTDOOR TRACK SCHEDULE, 1927 ,T April 23. SPRING HANDICAPS AT FRANKLIN FIELD. L If ji April 29-30. THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL RELAY CARNIVAL AT FRANKLIN FIELD. I 1 I I"' May 7. TRIANGULAR MEET WITH YALE, DARTMOUTH, AND PENNSYLVANIA AT HANOVER, N. H. May I4. DUAL MEET WITH CORNELL AT FRANKLIN FIELD. 4 . A' May 21. INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP AT FRANKLIN FIELD. U 5 May 27-28. I. C. A. A. A. A. MEET AT FRANKLIN FIELD. EK if "I '1 P .6"i!tii -I I , I 7 Q9 0. .g ' r 'AT' fi. .meirilr-S: I is ' I ff . C 'Y r -ft" I-A -A f- fr,-'fa Iijll-ffyffse i1iifE:.f-21.5 --al 277 Ie-- f w w 1 f 1 if-9 ,Q il 51,1 Y Kimi i- YY, , l . , ' Wifi' 1 , N i 'wg 1, 4 E ,'wL.-. i V-. Q. 5 31 X , 1 1 f 1 -T, w 5 Ng K N ' , -.i , U 1 1 ' vylf' C'czp'ain Overlon C. Tremper i X3 - , , 1 . . , w . xx 1 ., w , ,, W W K - N mx Y I ,... , 1 ,w X 4 I gf . rifitbw .ZZUR trio Z lvj P 1. an - T ,lf ii ffl - i M3 ' ' r 1 ' ' Q 'A ' ' y N - A , HHN sf A V :LM A I1 PA , lg -- ly 1 1 9 ATTER UP! Season after season Ends this call answered by ' greater numbers of aspirants for the Varsity and Freshman baseball teams at Pennsylvania. ln the same way the crack 7-A9 of the bat and the smack of the glove calls to each Freshman class I in turn, in turn did they call to the present Senior class in the spring of 1924. The summons was answered by a group of earnest youths, willing to strive for the glory of their then new Alma Mater. Among 9 F these candidates were Armstrong, Thompson, Scholle, Goldblatt, df 'T' and Sitley in the infield, and Tremper, Little, and Fisher in the out- ,Q . , held. Bishop, Douglass, and Knobelauch threw them up to Daven- l . 1 port. Overton Tremper captained the team to a most successful i. 91 i season, only two games Ending their way into the lost column. .,,. As Sophomores the next spring, every man reported for Varsity fi l baseball. Tremper took his place in the outheld and Bishop pitched 4 Manager Decberz . . . I, A enough games to wm his letter, while Davenport waged a hard fight ' with Chace, a letter man, for the catching assignments. These men, together with Armstrong, Thompson, and Goldblatt, who saw action during the season, mate- A rially aided Pennsylvania in winning the Quadrangular League Cup. .Q Two men who had not worn the 1927 numerals came into the lineup N during this campaign. "Paster" Fields roamed into the outer gardens and HAI" Kruez emerged victorious in three pitching assignments. The team in this year was composed largely of veterans, and it was ..- a difhcult task for the'Class of 1927 to place men in the lineup. 1- M, w f' v fir,- 'S 0 , 1 ol a" ' 1 5. 'l ,R x L I 1 " V , 1 .K 51 A' Q 0 U l Q' w "-1 With the opening of the 1926 season, Coach Walter Cariss was 7. confronted with serious difhculties. A veteran infield, one of the '19 smoothest ever seen in action on Franklin Field, had passed into the " Y golden realm of alumni, leaving vacant every position on the inner ill! circuit. ,The solution to this problem came from the playing of one 0 or two substitutes the year before. Elmer Armstrong handled the ' .' . keystone sack to perfection, with the aid of Andy Thompson, who 'Ag alternated with Cole at short. Lindsay, a Senior, took the throws It at hrst, and Hummell, from the Freshman team of the preceding year, Coach Cam, 1 if . Y' f , I -i --21 279 Ii:-V F 5531 rf ffm. 'l qs, x 1 ' t, ' wf. E51 ,f . I fin : iiffi 1 of K ffl' if E3 gli' ' .fi fa yi Knobezaucb Thompson gf looked after the hot corner. Scholle awaited the call as a substitute infielder. 1 Tremper, Fields, and Thomas formed the outfield. Prospects were bright for a 9, successful season. Although Pennsylvania won a majority of the games, the 'X teams in the Quadrangular League took our measure often enough to force us into a tie with Cornell for third place. Victories over Harvard, Yale, and Princeton were bright spots in the season. Tremper compiled a batting aver- gg age of .407 and Fields trailed him closely with 362. At the close of the 1926 " 'f season, "Pasterf, Fields was chosen to lead the team the next year. Philip Deck- 19 ' ' ert and "Doc" Allen were elected as manager and associate manager respec- , tively. Bishop, who had been counted upon by Doctor Cariss in early season ffi ,Lg l I' .1 practice, developed a sore arm and was unable to get going until the latter part ly ' of the campaign. Davenport was far underweight as a result of a strenuous. fi basketball season and failed to win his letter. Kruez was the leading pitcher, win- if 1 A ning nine and losing two games. ' Yr Prospects appeared much brighter as baseball entered the fifty-fourth season . . at Pennsylvania this spring. Although facilities in past years have been somewhat ff. limited and this has served to keep the number of candidates at a minimum, the Q year 1927 viewed a brighter outlook. With the completion of the Palestra, the long- ' ' felt need for early indoor training-space was supplied. -A cage where the men could '- A get their "batting eyes" earlier in the spring was provided. Doctor Cariss was able l , A, to look over his Varsity material more leisurely, and every man was thus given a . 49' chance to show what he could do. Howard T. Long, who captained last year's team, 'B took charge of the destinies of the 1930 aggregation. Over two-hundred candi- dates, the greatest turnout ever witnessed at the University, reported for the .QA --Q1 280 15 W GTH EQ19 2 Troma rg c or l T a fl . ' s Vx e,V 5 WI AN' l . 2.5 f 1 3 3 , M af f el , 7 fr u if 5 . ' ,A u - . L X '21 , .i ,pa ,. ,l, A 0 ' Walker Scbolle 1 ' 0 o . K K f Varsity and Freshman teams. Philip Deckert arranged a schedule of thirty-two - Q ,- A X 1 v-.nf it T games for the Varsity, the longest schedule of any University in the East. - - . However, scholastic difhculties visited the team in three instances. "Sid" r Hummell, star third baseman of last year's team, had to leave school, and "Faster" r .9 - Fields, one of the mainstays in the batting strength, went into spring training with . . . kv- the New York "Giants" "Al" Kruez was ineligible. Despite these setbacks, Doctor fx 5 lit Cariss has done remarkably well in gathering together a team that looks like a con- . , L tender for the'Quadrangular League title. Overton Tremper has been chosen to . il' ' lead the nine in place of "'Paster" Fields, and this "swat king" again covers the y 5 -I' ' A, . center Hpatchf, "Sammy" Thomas and Deutsch complete the outfield. Paul , y Murphy, who did not play Freshman ball -last year, scoops up anything around .5 ' as . f first base. Coach Cariss is fortunate in having two sets of experienced helders ,Aa around second base. Armstrong and Thompson carried most of the burden last , year and Tashjian and Cole can be depended upon. Paul Becker, who hit .420 .jjj .4 on last year's Freshman nine, is handling the assignment at third base. Foster - T Sanford, Hook Walker, a newcomer this season of the Class of 1927, "Ted" 'T - T Knobelauch, and Shober divide the mound duties. Connell, a veteran of last season, l .A - T i and Matthews, another Junior, take the "ins" and "outs" Davenport, though f late in reporting, is also rounding into shape. ' I ' 4 . . ' 1 ,I ,V ' I ,n 7 A I' I 1 , 1 o. .1 ' 1 .0 I I 'o , K 0. O 0 .I ' A .0 5 0 'o , x 'A M O .1 ' 1 AO 8 f a x 0, 4 l 0' l I Y . . I I 'A D l I 0' l ' 1 ,I D 0 'Q X x U4 X I .1 .I , I ,Q 9 O 'l I I .A l If .1 ' 1 ,o I 0 0 K 1 0. L 0 in Q. I O . .' 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O7HARA, PORTER, SHOBER, iq' A REINHALTER, RA1THEL, DOWNS, GRUHLER. as 5 b W ., ' Substitutes ,. I Catchers . . . ..l. O,HARA, MATTHEWS Shortstop ..... COLE First Base . PERLMAN Right Field SCULL 9 Y ' Second Base TASHJIAN Left Field CAMPBELL, DARBY I Third Base WALKER Center Field MACDONALD fl, : L. SCHEDULE T Lg SEASON, IQ27 :rx I Opp. Penn. Opp. J l April 2. Springfield ...... May 7. Yale . . . . T., 'l , 6 Drexel . . ...... IO Rutgers . . . ' " 5 9 Franklin and Marshall . . I3 Dartmouth . Q, ' R I3 Washington and Lee . . I4 Princeton . ' ' 2' 14. Washington and Lee . . I7 Ursinus . . . 1 I5 North Carolina . . . IQ Penn State . . :Ax Q 2 16 Duke . . . . . 21 Dartmouth . I . v- 18 Richmond . 24 Temple . . . U l K IQ Georgetown . 26 Haverford . . fl lt 20, Maryland 28 N. Y. U. . . ,O . A l 23. Army . . . 31 Columbia . . , .f 26 Swarthmore . June 3 Vanderbilt . . A ,. ' , 29 Harvard . 4 Penn A. C. . . , I " 30 Yale . . . IO Cornell . . '- ' ' May 3 Columbia II Harvard . . 'Q 5. 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No time was lost IH In- Iwi structing them IH the intricacies of good oarsmanship, and In a few days .Eve crews were rowing In barges. This gave the men much needed experience, ending in a small barge regatta in the latter part of November. The men were given a rest for six weeks, but early in January rowing was resumed on the machines. On Washington's Birthday the weather had warmed sufficiently to allow the crews to start spring practice on the river. After a few days of strenuous workouts in the barges, three of the crews fl were placed in shells. Then the Hght began, as seventy men were fighting UQ fi A- for positions in the Freshman boat. After continual shifting of the men, two permanent crews were .finally picked, a heavy and a light one. The light crew finally triumphed, so that the Freshman shell at Poughkeepsie lined up as follows: Bow, Rennieg No. 2, Nevius, No. 3, Gilsong No. 4, 21-,lKg" Mason, No. 5, Spiglerg No. 6, Perfect, No. 7, Mitchell, Stroke, W. Jordan, 'gig , Coxswain, Judd. This crew made a remarkable showing at Poughkeepsie "j.Z?S, by winning their race as it has been a very long time since a Pennsylvania if Freshman crew has given the other crews their wash. Mana BT Baker During the season of 1925 we hnd a large number of our Class Hghting 33:99 g for positions in the various boats. The I5O-pOL11'1Cl crew, stroked by W. Jordan, had a wonderful season and were I5O-pOU1'1Cl Inter-Collegiate Champions for that QQ! K ., year. At Poughlgeepsie, the I957.Classf Wai refpresenteddbglf Chagles IL-lill, I927 Captain, 5,555 owent asasu stitute or t e arsity, an y un as o.3 .CA In the Junior Varsity boat. The Varsrty and Junior Varsity crews placed fourth and third in their respective races. his 21 y Coaches Spuhn and Luft became coach mentors of the ff? Pennsylvania crews in the fall of 1925. Spuhn and Luft ij rowed together at Washington and are considered the two Il. best oarsmen that have ever rowed for the University. After leaving Washington, Fred Spuhn became Assistant ' ay. I Coach of the Harvard Crews, but we were soon fortunate lggljly A il enough to get him to coach here at Pennsylvania. He im- , , mediately began working the boys into the ways of the ,I Washington stroke. Within a few weeks he had this stroke ..5L", so well perfected that we beat Princeton by six lengths, in ll November. QQ. I Early in January, rowing was resumed on the machines. ff. f , The crews were soon on the river, as Spuhn wished them to QS get an early start because the race with Navy was only two gy months away. if When May I arrived, the Varsity crews were in the Hnest ,'I' .,,, 5,11 ff' if! Head Coacb spuzm condition for the race with the Navy. The Varsity and Aggislam C0aC1,Luf1 lj Q i S . A .lid --21285 Ia- SINCLAIR, Mgr. FAYLE SPUHN, Coaclz BoR1E BAKER, Ass't. Mgr. SEBASTIAN GENTSCH ELLIOT IRMINQER, Capz. .IORDAN Him. BERRY, Coxswam VARSITY CREVV, 1926 Freshman lost by a few lengths, but the Junior Varsity and 150-pound crews won their races by a close margin. On May 8, the Varsity lost to Yale by a few feet in the spurt over the last Ioo yards, but the Junior Varsity broke the Junior Varsity record by beating Yale and Columbia in , , 9 , .2 . .. . . 2 V, 1. io minutes and 25 seconds. The Freshman lost to Columbia by one second but kept ahead of Yale during the entire dis- tance to the finish-line. The 150-pound crew beat Columbia, this making their second victory for the season. The Pennsylvania crews traveled to Cambridge on May 22 ,X 11 . and brought home their share of the honors from the Tri- p angle Race. The Varsity won a length from Harvard and , ,-r' lf? lf'J 1 half-length from M. I. T., due to the fact that we spurted in x Q the last 200 yards, after Harvard had the lead from the start. .gli 2 4 y The Junior Varsity won from M. I. T. and Harvard, but the 5 fi' 1 Freshman bowed to both of these New England crews. The Childs' Cup Regatta was held at Princeton in 1926, and we were represented by our Varsity, Freshman, and Second Freshman crews. The Pennsylvania Varsity led from the start and finished four lengths ahead of Princeton. The crew rowed easily and seemed in much better condition than i n the previous week, when we won from Harvard and M. l. T. ulbvlp One of the largest races held that year was the Henley Regatta, May 31. The Penn A. C. accepted the wash of the Nylund Pennsylvania Varsity. On the other hand, the Junior Varsity 4-21 286 Ib- N auss -i .-N, .' 1 x. .,r 1.4 1 in ' Tfl . Q-wi. .. fi I ". .4 -w A P4 M.-- T . t ' lf.s,?l ' wa " 'PNP ,pf - rm' A ' :Till A Qiililfi . ,:'.,fI3y .N , v will Q 1 5? 'fgylj -V J. ...gg 4 l'-'iffy .Jr -Juv . .. 4' .g,:g,f,f fig Hall , ' A Lili, T f 'tiff' TX gqfllilirjll gd l 1,?i,.,Q. 1 . my Kg, l QM, cz, HJ 33 Qs f 1 J- n 9 SINCLAIR, Mgr. MCKINLEY SPUHN, Couch BAILEY BAKER, Ass't. Coach 11' JTY4. s KELLEHER MCGEAN SVVEETSER PENNY JOHNSON INYLUND 3,f,pfl f.ivf?E BERRY, Coxswain yl .-My fr . JUNIOR VARSITY CREW, 1926 and Third Varsity lost to the Syracuse and Princeton crews respectively. The 150-pound crew was composed of eight members of our Class: Coxswain., Judd, Stroke, W. Jordan, M13 No. 7, Mitchellg No. 6, Neviusg No. 5, Rennie, No. 4, Cutler, No. 3, Adkinsg No. 2, Mason, Bow, Gilson. This crew, after six years of unbroken success, lost to Syracuse in the Henley Regatta after defeating the Navy at Annapolis. dfg-affjfi. 3' The Freshman crew lost to Columbia. ' ' T The Pennsylvania crews left for Poughkeepsie within a few CWA weeks after the Henley Regatta. Our Class was well repre- .332 sented in this Intercollegiate race. In the Varsity crew was Captain Hill at bow, and A. Nylund, J. Kelleher, and T. Penny 595121 ' T rowed on the Junior Varsity. Washington, Navy, and Syra- cuse Hnished ahead of Pennsylvania, but Washington was the Mel' , 3 only crew that forced Pennsylvania to take its wash in the T , y Junior Varsity race. I The schedule was one of the most imposing in many years for , 1 ' all the crews, but this year we have still a harder one to face. -V . . . . 5.51, pg Our Class is represented on the Varsity this year by Captain ii,.ny 'V Hill at bow, J. Kelleher, No. 2, T. Penny, No. 43 and A. Nylund is rowing No. 3 again in the .lunior Varsity. Crew is T 5. being managed very efficiently this year by our Manager, ig T , Vpzl S Bob Baker. All the crews are having strenuous workouts and if they will be in hne shape for the Hrst race with Navy on May T fq 29. Our prospects look very bright and we expect this to be 1, News our best year in rowing. Kelleher riff 0. My , rf-fi.. 'fr - ,. 2 f .ff fr str-'Citi' fwfr Y-if 1 eg? .fffiifs P r T252 , -ewf'..f1 gf f J -... 2 ral 287 11:- Ef6nqm 31 Q Z 712R E C O HDD I Y . 4 V: 2. 7 1 ,Q 'o af :I ,5 'a I x U. ,Q Q' Cutler Mitchell Pepfect Jordan l. . ' - I l f 3- 3 91 og ,o .Y I -v. ' 1 x I A 0. " 1 I . l . ' In M: - 'V , 0 e . P :I . Ag 0 I 1 Q 0' A - . lg .A 'Q lx 1 I 91 ,n 0' l . ., I K 3 5' .5 f, ' Spring Pmlllce on the Schuylkill . ., a ' ' f A 1. . . A , o' - 'Al 1 f 9. l X I . ' A 1, o, A, - Q M11 288 1b '1 f - .2 r - I- - - to I 1 1 I ' +1 I , H '-are-enafi . " nz? R531 HE U1 a 2 YEQE QDOELD 'T sf' 11 - A CREW CHRONICLE ,I 1927 ji I Captain ..., . CHARLES T. HIL1. L I Manager ...... . ROBERT C. BAKER A fi. ' ' Assistant Managers , . EDWARD A. TALBOT, JOHN B. MITCHELL 0 if Head Coach .... . FRED SPUHN 1 if Freshman Coach ...... MAX LUFT We A I. 1927 CREW SCHEDULE ' April 3o. Pennsylvania and Navy at Annapolis, Varsity, Junior Varsity, 150-pOl1HCl, and Freshman. . X May 7. Pennsylvania, Yale, and Columbia at New Haven, Conn., Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman. . A ii, May 21. Pennsylvania, M. l. T., and Harvard at Cambridge, Mass., Varsity, Junior Varsity, 150-pound, and if jr Freshman. . ' I May 28. Childs' Cup Race at Philadelphia, Pa., Pennsylvania, Columbia, and Princeton, Varsity and Freshman ' American Henley Regatta at Philadelphia, Pa. ' June 29. Poughkeepsie Regatta, Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman. Q 1926 . V Captain . . . DONALD K. IRMIGER 'Ti I A Manager ..... . ROBERT B. SINCLAIR "tn " xv' Assistant Managers . . ROBERT C. BAKER, T. S. FREIDBERGER 1. ' 1 Head Coach .,., . FRED SPUHN lib, 1 Q Freshman Coach ...... MAX LUFT 1 ,I 514 SEATING OF CREWS AT POUGHKEEPSIE ' A ' ' .Varsity Junior Varsity 150-Pound Freshman Q, Bow, C. T. HILL J. BAILEY SPURDLE HABICK ' 2. L. FAYLE E. MCKINLEY MASON DEARDORFF 'iv' 3. C ELLIOTT A.. NYLUND ADKINS GINNS ' 9421 4. H. JORDAN J. KELLEHER CUTLER DONIGER L I . 5. J. SEBASTIAN W. JOHNsON RENNIE ASHLEY A 1 6. B. BORIE MCGEAN NEVIUS DAVIES 7. F. GENTSCH PENNY MITCHELL BORKLAND .,-It if Stroke, D. K. IRMIGER SVVEETSER W. JORDAN LANGE AQ? Coxswain, PFLUG-FELDER J. BERRY J. JUDD FRANK lf? X., . I fi' SCHEDULE FOR 1926 May I. Pennsylvania and Navy at Annapolis. Distance, 555 miles. Varsity Race won by Navy. Time, - 9 7.27. Junior Varsity Race won by Pennsylvania. Time, 7.52. 150-pound Crew Race won by Pennsylvania. Time, 8.08. Freshman Race won by Navy. Time, 7.55g. t iq 1 May 8. Pennsylvania, Columbia, and Yale at New Haven, Conn. Distance, 2 miles. Varsity Race won by PM ' ' 1 Yale, second, Pennsylvania, third, Columbia. Time, I0.I2g. Junior Varsity Race won by Penn- N' Sylvania, second, Yale, third, Columbia. Time, 10.25. Freshman Race won by Columbia, second, .- 1 Pennsylvania, third, Yale. Time 10.26. . ' May 15. T. May 22. Pennsylvania and Columbia at New York City, N. Y. Distance, 196- miles. I5O-pOl1I'1Cl Crew Race won by Pennsylvania, second, Columbia. Time, 5.57. Pennsylvania, M. I. T., and Harvard at Cambridge, Mass. Distance, IZ miles. Varsity Race won u a A by Pennsylvania, second, M. l. T., third, Harvard. Time, 9.28. Junior Varsity Race won by Pennsylvania, second, M. l. T., third, Harvard. Time, 9.43. Freshman Race won by Harvard, " ' second, M. l. T., third, Pennsylvania. Time 9.22. . ' May 29. Childs' Cup Regatta. Pennsylvania, Columbia, Princeton at Princeton, N. J. Distance, IM miles. Varsity Race won by Pennsylvania, second, Princeton, third, Columbia. Time, 9.4.5. Freshman 'lj A Race won by Columbia, second, Princeton, third, Pennsylvania. Time, 9.55. Second Freshman . Race won by Princeton, second, Pennsylvania. -F ' ., May 31. American Henley Regatta at Philadelphia, Pa. Distance, 556 miles. Varsity Race won by Pennsyl- 9, vania, second, Penn A. C. Time, 7.5-3. Junior Varsity Race won by Syracuse, second, Pennsyl- . ' . I vania. Third Varsity Race won by Princeton, second, Pennsylvania. 150-pOlll'1Cl Crew Race won A A , by Princeton. Freshman Race won by Columbia, second, Pennsylvania. 'X 'xi June 28. Poughkeepsie Regatta. Varsity Race won by Washington, second, Navy, third, Syracuse, fourth, ' Pennsylvania, Hfth, Columbia, sixth, California, seventh, Wisconsin, eighth, Cornell. Time, 19.2852-. to Junior Varsity Race won by Washington, second, Pennsylvania, third, California, fourth, ' + Syracuse, fifth, Cornell, sixth, Columbia. Time, I5.402. Freshman Race won by Columbia, . . second, California, third, Syracuse, fourth, Pennsylvania, Hfth, Cornell. Time, II.28-Q. ' I ' A , Q . fc-' A ' ""' ' 'Q A I ' 42 fbff' A ft ' .3 Q?i7?53.iE3SQ?E?fcfe.tir:vsa-..?.. ?.i?3'-frail at --:aI 289 Ia-- Sii 11 DD of 1 I Y 7. 5 ,O .A .. 0' A' 'J 7, ,T .0 -. 2 :L O. A' ,. MINOR SPORTS 9 2 ' 1 V PAGE 1 1 .0 . 0 Boxing . . . . A304 ,. Cross Country . 2. 297 ., 1 , I , b Fencmg . . . . 301 5 1 Golf . . . . 299 ' ' f, Gym . . . 3002 ' if .0 5 R Lacrosse . . . .296 ' Rifle . . p 298 , 1 1 '- L Squash . . . . 307 ' ' ' Swimming . ' . 7302 I ' 0' . -, Q ' 1 Tenms . . . . . 3062 x 1 ,O - 7 , ' I . .W 5 , , Water Polo . ,303 . o , , 2 . WfCSfIIHg . . . 305 9:1 5. , ,i . I Q r ' ' 2' 'U l x .A I .. . x :A 9 'g 1 t I 2 0 I .0 I .' 1 1 af 'Ag i! 'A ze 'o if .Ag 41 290 In-- ffxfw MINCR SPCJRTS 4 1 N4 1 x r .tif X 1 -, 'n use -4 .4 1 ffl 5: Sift ei' M1NoR sPoRTs P . s F XV E look over the records of the past years, we can then realize iii, 21' how important the Minor Sports of the University have really V V - f 'ffl 'HM become. Through the untiring efforts of Thomas B. Pritchett, Chairman of the Minor lndoor Sports Committee they have come 3-. 'ffl " V' T into their own. They are receiving greater attention from the stu- I . dents, as evinced by the increasing number of men competing for 'fi 'P the various teams and managerial offices. V 'A Undoubtedly, the best possibilities for a successful season in the P7 .LN Rx Minor Sports division are with the lacrosse team. Coach Fries has 'I L, " 5 . a wonderful squad to work with, as the team only lost two letter . lgff a- 55, men through graduation last year. Our Class is represented by "Sam" Parke, a regular football guard last fall, and who is also captain of lacrosse for this season. He showed wonderful handling ' i. .,.-f of the stick in the Hrst game of the season with Lafayette on April 2. ,fi Pa'ke'L aC'0SS e The Red and Blue team won by 8 to 3. "Bill" Moore, who also graduates this year, is very strong, powerful, and speedy on the attack. Trum- Q, 9 bull and De Quinos are very skilful with the stick and are members of our Lqxj gill. Class. Captain-elect Hake, Miller, Moore, Monk, Pine, and other football men have taken a very great interest in this sport this spring, and, as Coach Fries ',.' says, "Football agility and aggressiveness, combined with stick handling, makes for a well-rounded lacrosse player." Things look very bright this year and the KV ' team expects to give all of its opponents a good fight in all its games. Again "Bunny" Servais has been instructing the wrestling team for the past p season, with George D. MacDonald as its captain. The team was handi- y Qi . capped this year because of green men and injuries to the regulars, 'qe' Pi fag but there is one man who has consistently upheld the reputation of ff Pennsylvania in this sport, Captain MacDonald. He won hrst place WL ' in the lntercollegiates which were held in the new Palestra this winter. 4 A The rifle team did not win the Championship this year, but it won T , its share of the meets and shot some very close scores. Ralph Wood ,S iii, was captain, but due to graduation in February, "Bill" Perry, a Junior, was selected to captain the team for the remainder of the year. tl I .1 Ulmer and Mclseish from our Class are also on the team. Frank K. l . Valgenti, Jr., last year's captain is coach of the team this year. He is f the holder of the National Individual lntercollegiate Championship QE for the last two years and also of the Worldfs Four-Position Record, !p,, My l ii Z5 in which match he made a perfect score, 400 points out of 400. i2VIaCDOnalJ" .. 35 The gym. team, coached by D'El1scu, had a fair season but was Wre5tling -A' j F T' --:XI 292 IQ:-b 1 B .,f W .Vx f E U1 Q 2 YQDIE C O handicapped by the loss of Captain Krueger and Gardiner, who were taken sick during the latter part of the season. Ehrman, a member up of our Class, has not lost a meet in two years, and he won, for the second consecutive time, the Intercollegiate Championship on the " ' U side-horse. The team defeated M. l. T. but lost to Princeton, g y Dartmouth, and Army by close scores. A very excellent group of swimmers have been developed under i e the able tutelage of George Kistler. "Tommy' Johnson is captain Q? this year and has been doing very well in the loo yards. Steerman . ig and Repp from our Class are doing very well this season. The team beat C. C. N. Y., Army, and Brown in the lntercollegiates held in New York City. "H Under the able instruction of Coach Faries, the water polo team has been combating its opponents with great force this season. Captain Moore, Herman Jordan of the Varsity crew, and Lea Pew' Rifle if ' McGean are the powerful backs which give the team a strong defense. The team beat :W a, 1 Dartmouth this year by a large score but lost to Syracuse and Columbia by a close one. As none of the men on the squad graduate this spring, Coach Faries expects sg, hne results from the team next year. This year, fencing has the largest squad in the history of the sport at Pennsyl- g u i vania. Coach Terrone has accomplished excellent results with the men under his tutelage. Captain Bookler holds the State Sabre Championship. Gaudin and Van Meter are very adept with the sabre, while Leslie and Clark show very good form F. in the epee. The team beat Hamilton and Syracuse in the Triangular Meet, while at! in the semi-Hnals for the lntercollegiates, we placed the foil and epee teams. I a j The boxing team is still faced with the difliculty of developing .g . green men into clever boxers, but regardless of this a Hne team was ij developed by Coach Decker this year. Although we only placed third fp . ,' in the Intercollegiate Boxing Tournament, we did beat Western , Maryland. Our team has always met with stiff opposition from Penn gl :A T State, Army, Syracuse, and Navy but it has vindicated itself because ' of its galaxy of individual stars. Ramsey, 125-pound class, scored a fl. knockout at Syracuse, and Lewis, heavyweight, scored a knockout in V " V 4. the meet with Penn State. Captain Levy has also shown us some real K T ' ii boxing in the 125-pound class this season. A Q Tennis was played indoors this year for the Hrst time in the history of A the sport at Pennsylvania. Captain Kraft and his mates placed fourth .. in the lndoor lntercollegiates this winter. The team lost all ofits star TD, 'LL players through graduation last year, but under the tutelage of Coach . .. guy, B xing Hendricks, it expects to star in the National lntercollegiates in July. 'n .. af --11 293 1a- R-if , Iiii3T'1-I E319-Q imp. Eg geo R DD 7, ,a if 'Q ' I .0 ' f I I. B W i v I , -.p- f -' . Moore Krueger , V Water Polo Gymnastics 'Y H O 1' l Our golfers have already shined their clubs and are wielding their mashies in the iw practice-room of the Palestra, thus getting in form for the season. The lntercol - 'T legiates are being held at Garden City this spring, between the large colleges and Q f universities in the country. Captain George Morrow is expected to lead a Cham 0 D pionship team this season. "Dan" Merritt from our Class is also on the team " F Squash is one sport at the University that does not have a captain, but all ' sports have to get a start in order to fare well. The team beat the Penn A. C. and 1 T Q5 5 tied with Cynwyd. Due to lack of facilities, the teams were not able to enter the l ii City League, as their courts were too congested with their own teams. r ig aj Captain W. H. Glenn and his running mates placed very well in the meets this H . year. Pennsylvania won from Dartmouth and Columbia by 15. points. The team .g 0 Q, placed sixth in the Intercollegiate Cross Country Race, although it was handi- p, 25' capped by the graduation of men last year. Captain Glenn, Payne, Merembeclc 4 e - h and Starratt are all members of our Class. . Q' The Class of 1927 has shown, during its four years at Pennsylvania, a real is interest in the Minor Sports. Their support was not merely theoretical in cheering T T l ' ' the members of other classes along, but in the active participation in each of the V. v 'fl man activities comin under this broad title. A lar e ercenta e of our Class has 9' W , y s s P s . , " . fought hard in their contests, so that their University might gain favor in the eyes jf' ' J of the other colleges and universities in the country. ' o' r 1 ' gf .3 e I . Y 2' T' Q I f ,r" --QI 294 In-4 . r. THE 1Q27pg13.E C QRDD N , , Bookler Fencing .1 'xr 1.12, X 4, wa Jgiriv, 45? 'o x2 Q.: i s g' I ,Q 'A r ,if l l r Q7 1 I , A' D I 5 Morrow X N i Gob' ' 3 8 'A 12 .ix .. .1 I Y l' V N Q "g Q I . '.A' 0 2 . ig,-.:fmw, Q W? ,.V. . .. , . Zgviff ,. 1.-Mn. ,. 4 t?"?-" ':,' :-' V .- mi - V- Y,,,,1,,,g ,fc f eggs. ,, W '- a:a::::,,:,,'-'1-:zg-if . ,,,.f,, ,h .. y.. .,',,, .. Y ' - :' -. ' V :U Q? ww 4 xi Ii z f x1,,,9?f '-'Mfw' Q ,W Johnson Swimming 1 -"' Q H 1 P. . 1 5 xg f , 3 V 1 2 x 1 1 ' 5 1 , Q 44, 5 one ' , fi' fm,-Q? 4, -4, - i WW'2Mw 'ZW 'Y ' 'Q 4 , Q 2 94 fi 1 4 f ro' E ' I' ,O V Q. 4,42 . ..,. up Q. ' 'ff eg' 1 i v fi 6 ,, b ff: f A m 0 if 1, I wing? 'W Q y S3 cf? 1 .1 Q if 1 in, ni ' ' ,. A.. gq,,f., hp. v H rg, - '. K ' 743:12 ff '5-f .Q '5 5. WZ 'Q 'l Kraft '. Tennis A ' 'I i 1 0. .. ' 1 5. W w .nn A n' n '. 'Wig ' sd ' lr v , , ' . "' ' ' , 'f f Or, ' 5 . '. 4 . 4 U NO ' on n n ht f . , .0-' A. . N' J ':J-E' n - V, ' n . - k ' 4 5 g fx Q ' ,Q A 0 'gn Q -' -ij -V ' is .' 9.321 , "'. ,, "' Q ,K '. - "' . ' '-21 295 Ir" HHN I l:'l 4 l'l' .I ,4 ' jr: I .MJ .'0 ll " ' " EFI!" M055 ll LOESCH, Ass't. Mgr. GOLDMAN GREENE MILLER COHEN DOUGLAS MOSELEY BURNDT, Ass't. Coacb MASON, Mgr. HUGHES COFFEY HARE TRUMBULL MONK CLARK BORSCHAW EDWARDS CHAMBERS STERLING HIRSH MULVEY FRIES, Coacb JOHANSON BUTTON M. MOORE PARRE, Capt. W. MOORE NATHAN PINE lK1NG,Ass't. Mgr. . JOHN D. KING HERBERT V. LOESCH A. EDWARDS L. S. TRUMBULL W. MOORE M. MOORE N. L. STERLING B. M. HIRSH J. F. MULVEY W. MILLER E. D. CLARK Stevens Institute fAwayJ Army CAwayJ Swarthmore CHOmeD Cornell CAwayj Captain . , . . . . SAMUEL VV. PARKE Assistant Managers Manager . . . W. ELDREDGE MASON Coach ........ W. H. FRIES TEAM Goal . , . . , J. J. DOUGLAS Center . . . . . . Point . . . . . S. W. PARKE Third Attack Cover Point . . . E. HAKE Second Attack . . . . First Defense ..,, W. BUTTON First Attack . . . Second Defense .... S. R. NATHAN Out Home , Third Defense .... S. BORSCHAW In Home . . SUBSTITUTES H. JOHANSON W. H. HUGHES C. O. MACNEELY R. E. MONK E. L. COFFEY W. PINE A. L. GANUNG G. H. CHAMBERS A. NOCTON SCHEDULE April 2. Lafayette 32 Pennsylvania 8 QHOmeJ May 4. April 7. Yale IOQ Pennsylvania 5 CHOIDCJ May 7. April 9. Rutgers 5Q Pennsylvania 3 fl-lomej May 14. April 19. Harvard CHOmeD May 2I April 23. Brown CAwayj April 30. St. JOl1n's College CHomej --21 296 It:-1 lX'1ay 28 Penn State CAwayD Q oss QU In BARR, Manager ROLIN MEREh1BECK WALSI-I HARRIS ESTUS, Ass't. Mgr. RALPH GLENN, Captuzn STARRATT Caplain ........ WILLIAM H. GLENN Manager ....... JOSEPH M. BARR A. A. HARRIS C. RUSSELL PAYNE H. ROLIN B. MEREMBECK S. RALPH R. STARRATT E. J. WALSH SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 6. Dartmouth-Pennsylvania. Over the Cobb's Creek Course. Pennsylvania, 20g Dart mouth, 35. NOVEMBER 13. Columbia-Pennsylvania. Over the Van Certlandt Park Course in New York City Pennsylvania, 2OQ Columbia, 35. NOVEMBER 18. 18th Annual Intercollegiate Cross Country Run over the Van Cortlandt Park Course Pennsylvania placed Sixth. --Q1 297 ia- NV' V55 if . 3- '5 1 W-lk:-, . . 1 Ai ' A- P J -af :-' ,-I . , , ,S . .. X.- "'fl -9 li uhm gras: - 5 ' L ' If, LMI IIE rw' RIFLE . 4 I .r-ff I I V . MEX " -U . . fn: -1 :JL :fl YI "I. Ir,- I ,fe 4 gt J. . . J, if I-S I V. 'ra rr If 4-. W I X.. 1 f,.l I. fi yy IT I ,mf 1 L. fi I SOMMER, Asst. Mgr. WRIGHT, Mgr. VALGENT1, Coach P MCLEISH ULMER HENDERSON WISE SCHWARTZ BEIZER PERRY, Capt. You GOODE .12 I J r L Captain . . . WILLIAM M. PERRY Assistant Managers . . EDWARD R. MCKINLEY jflflj Manager . . . DONALD K. WRIGHT GEORGE N. J. SOMMER, JR. Associate Manager . . . BENJAMIN S. GORDON TEAM MEMBERS WILLIANI M. PERRY WILLIANI J. MCLEISH THEODORE A. HENDERSON HAROLD BEIZER WALTER F. WISE RAYMOND P. ULMER HAROLD L. YOH CHARLES E. SCI-IWARTZ W. HOYT GOODE SCHEDULE Jan. I5 Dayton . . .... 3518 Pennsylvania 3693 Jan. 22 Denison ..... .... 3 428 Pennsylvania 3663 Jan. 22 Cornell ..... . . 3732 Pennsylvania 3663 Feb. I2 George Washington . . 1457 Pennsylvania 1439 Feb. 26 V. P. I. ..... . . I4IQ Pennsylvania 1441 Feb. 26 C. C. N. Y .... . 1927 Pennsylvania 1934 Feb. 26 U. of Washington . . I449 Pennsylvania 1441 March 5 Georgetown . . . . . 1419 Pennsylvania 1444 March 5 U. of lowa . . . . 3589 Pennsylvania 3772 Nlarch 5 Nebraska . . . 3594 Pennsylvania 3732 March I2 Wisconsin . . . . 1446 Pennsylvania 1937 March IQ Penn State . . . 1421 Pennsylvania 1417 March 26. Norwich . . . 1468 Pennsylvania 1376 0:41 298 II:- fv- l F. I El friei e w 2. YEPg.E.g.D F f TE- mafia Ria aw ,QM b ' ' e -K ig T . , QT. .1 , , .Q Wy. I .I A it 'i mm ., ' -I 'J' .A 2 I. f I : .1 I I4 Y In X M2339 .QF 'fo ,x IQ' . I ? Y X K U. I A! f A 1 1 5 y Qin f. A .5 gp 1-. - ' 49 ...., ,9 3 . X' Z .-'J 1 1 SMITH HAVEN GITTENS HANSEN ' lg, 1 HOFFMAN MERRITT MORROW COLTART - : I . 1 W Y P' o l l l gi E X "' 0 9 F Q . W ,ft Captain . . . . GEORGE MORROW - Manager ..... CARL O. HOFFMAN , Assistant Manager . . . . ROBERT TULLER 'di TEAM ii, .I X G, D. MERRITT - R. COLTART Green Valley C. C. CP.M.j . Swarthmore fP.M.j ,... Whitemarsh C. C. CP,M.D , 28. Alabama CA.M.D ..... A ' 30. May 1. 6. Wesleyan fP.M.D ..... Dartmouth fP.M.D .... Qt .- April 10. 23. 24. Washington and Lee fP.M.D Huntington Valley C. C. CP Q 7. . M. A. HAVEN W. SMITH T. D. GITTENS J. KELLY R. HANSEN SCHEDULE . Philadelphia . Philadelphia . Philadelphia . Philadelphia Philadelphia J' Philadelphia . Garden City .l Garden City May I3 14 18 20 21 28 New York Trip Harvard cA.M.D Yale CP.M.D . . Princeton fP.M.J New York Trip New York Univ Williams fP.M.D Brown fA.M.D . eisiicy I CA.M'.D i Apawamis-Rye Philadelphia Garden City Garden City Philadelphia l 71 'av .I N l 8 I Q 1 Q ii .1 ' 1 Al' I 'Q x X. Ci .Y ' 1 ,Q I 'C K 0. 5. ,C J O B , .Q . M Q. p In 0 I2 'Y I ,O V ' ,O D 1' 'O Y I I 9" 1 I 1' 'I X I .4 l I- ,Y ' 1 ,Q ll I 2 k O 63519 --al 299 Ir-- A ff-'S - t f . ' '-2133 H has I ' ' .S ' ' I -Q .0 - , ' .1fILa.1,Q.2 LAR fl QQP- DW I ,' ,5 R X I I .. It .m 1 ., C ' 1 . K. wmv if ' , :F I l J. 'Q A F li - .1 '1 AQ fl -'Q ,ot 4, . 1 ,. '- I I. Q I 5. . J I I I .gf X l ,L IQ. , , s 1 . I I ,Y .A 3 N s n 9 0 I 1, I ii I F KLOPFER, Mgr. STEIN BERNSTEIN LEI-IMAN - GILMAN, Ass'z. Mgr. , 6 KURNITSKY GARDINER KRUEGER, Captain EHRMAN xgl L I I I ' Captain . . FREDERICK KRUEGER Assistant Maiiagers . JOHN E. GILMAN, PERKINS BAILEY ' I 'Q Manager . . ALBERT L. KLOPFER, JR. Coach ....... DR. M. FRANCOIS D,ELISCU gf '1 "' -7 I " I, VARSITY TEAM I A' - NELSON BERNSTEIN FREDERICK KRUEGER, Captain BERNARD LOWY - ., I MERRILL G. EHRMAN SAMUEL KURNITSKY WILLIAM MORSE I , 1 I. GEORGE KING GARDINER WILLIAM LEHMAN L. F. SIMS, JR. .K ,di HARTSON H. STEIN 0. I ' ' I SCHEDULE ' 1 . Dec. II Wilmington Y. M. C. A. Cexhibition, Wilmington, Del.j A Feb. I2 Ohio Wesleyan ....... I2 Pennsylvania .... 42 CI-Iomej j ' Feb. 25 Mass. lnst. Tech. . . . .13 Pennsylvania .... 4I CI-Iomej , ' ' March 5 Navy ...... . . .37 Pennsylvania .... I7 Cflnnapolisj 1 1 .. March IO Dartmouth . . . . .34 Pennsylvania . . .20 CHomeI Q. 1 I March I6 Princeton ,.... .... 3 2 Pennsylvania .... 22 U-Iomej x 1, A' March 27 lntercollegiates CP1incetonD '- Q n March 30 Army ........... 30 Pennsylvania .... 24 CWest Pointj . 1 April 6 Temple ......,. . . Pennsylvania .... CHomej " K lIlERRILL G. EI-IRMAN, Individual Intercollegiate Champion on the Side Horse 3, ,S ' -. I SO . 'A 'J ' A ' 15. 43. ' ' V ' Q' A Q1 5 F7"'2" fill' i q" I' F V --21300 ja-I I .Y 311 1 I H . H- 1 If . -. I I , 1. ' fi . fi qi. . .. H. ' - b f . -,.. I HHN - 1 '- .2 'flak . 1. I gf 11 A 1 I is! . Qu " A 'TP A Q . iq: 'x ji '. 'rf ,V X qi. FA. Ig- V H, 'I f Q 1 S..-1 i V ' 5. .1 :QA BEACI-IEOARD LESLIE GOLDBERG CLARK TERRONE, Coacb 'il MODELL, Asso. Mgr. CLEMENTS, Mgr. GAUDIN BooI4LER, Capt. VAN METER Homes MEAD, Asst. Mgr. Coach . . . LEONARDO TERRONE Captain . . . MORTON BOOKLER, Foils, Sabre 5' X PHILIP HODES, Fails I WILLIAM CLARK, Epee WALTER BEACHBOARD, Fozls DANIEL GAUDIN, Sabre 1 g CHARLES LESLIE, Epee ROBERT VAN METER, Sabre K , . Ep 4 Manager . . . WILLIAB1 E. CLEMENTS Assistant Manager . . . WILLIAM MEAD N X. QQ Associate Manager . . HERMAN MODELL , me 'K .' X January 29. Navy . . . . Lost . . . 13 4 -1. February 5. Columbia . . Won . . . 10 7 Y fl! ft February 12. N. Y. U. . . Won . . . 9 4 . " :LA February 19. Syracuse . , Won . . . 11 6 . Hamilton . . Won . . . 9 8 V Q X '11, I February 25. M. 1. T. . . Won . . . 8 5 Q ' N March 5. Cornell .... Won . . . 9 8 ' ' if ' March 12. Harvard . . . Won . . . March 19, 20. Semi-Finals at Navy. Second in Foils and Epee. ' April 14, 15. Finals at New York. fi X. 25-4' in Q -5- - W F.. .,. -A . . ., .. A A . . A I R Y-v ,.,,....fw.fM..,q:f . uf- 14-fffwr-AML-fI'fT'.sfrw-'Eriff.: H2 - A ' it wr. A . .-lf .mf':1r:g . Eid. I :I - . e. LQ 2.455-+:i.fe.f.1I.'::.f.fi5:....,,::..ai.,f.1I:..---L f -'QI 301 It-A :Tf-njixf -fx-,P 35575:-xvflk, ' ' 'Tig-. "i'1.2i,r' 'T-:""'f-' 4-57" ' 3-R , - ' Q . I - - '. L Eff+1Q,,2I! L. C 0 D- . T 3' ig - "5 . . C 3 I Cy' 'U I .1 fa? :A li? Q l..1 E' -5 . I Q ,. ' , 'WWE' 1 I . A - A' l, sf- uw 5 .H . . .vt . . 5-,Q .,. : I M, f mm "A q K " I A! lui' ' . by qv 'ff 3? L. t I 'd i Q! L? .QA ' 'dr 5 gl Q ggi. K in I if 4. ... 'QAM I , I Z' 'af Q' BERRY KISTLER, Coacb STEERMAN REPP HOSTERMAN MARSHALL KERRIGAN WEYGANDT ' if KAPLAN MACKENNEY BLEECKER JOHNSON, Captain MCLEA COWPERTHWAIT 'Y 3 . 'L ' , X' f 'L Captain .... . . THOMAS J. JOHNSON Assistant Managers . . ALBERT L. WERTHAN A Manager ....... CORNELIUS N. WEYGANDT JOHN P. BERRY ,. Associate Manager . . . CHARLES E. WEBB Head Coach ..... GEORGE KISTLER 'YQ Assistant Coacb . . . . HENRY I. ANTHONY fx' VARSITY TEAM JUSTIN BACHARACH ' MURRAY KAPLAN NORMAN E..MARSHALL QA, K . JOHN S. BLEECKER WILLIAM F. MACKENNEY - EDWARD M. REPP A , CHARLES T. COWPERTHWAIT DONALD L. MCLEA GEORGE SASEEN fy .ly THOMAS J. JOHNSON HERMAN STEERMAN I .4 ' ' SCHEDULE Q Penn Opp. Penn Opp. Perm ODP- 'N 1. . .5 I Dec. I7. C. C. N. Y. . 46 I5 Feb. I2. Army . . 37 25 Mar. 5. Yale .... I6 46 9 Jan. 15. Syracuse . . 28 34 Feb. 26. Navy . . I6 46 Mar. II. Columbia . . 31 31 4 D Jan. 2I. Princeton . . I2 50 Mar. 4. Brown . . 35 27 Mar. I9. Dartmouth . 26 36 h I . March 25, 26. Intercollegiates at C. C. N. Y. . I a f s I F' ' I - ' ' ,,, 3 A ,I 371. ' ' 'E ' N 'iii AY9' ' ,O --21 302 Ir-- 1 if cl - 1 . 1 il III! TER P LO K1sTLER,Coacb WERTHAN,Ass't.Mgf. STONE MCLEA BLEECKER JORDAN COWPERTHWAIT WEYGANDT Mgr LEVINSON BERGMAN MooRE BLAUD Captain ..... BERTRAM P. MOORE Assistant Managers . ALBERT L. WERTHAN Nlanager ..... CORNELIUS N. WEX'GANDT JOHN P. BERRY Assoczate Manager . CHARLES E. WEBB Head Coach .... GEORGE KISTLER . AssistantCoacb . . . . . . WALTER FARIES V TEAM Forwards . . . LEONARD H. BLAUD ' Backs . . . . BERTRAM P. MOORE JACQUES LEVINSON ELI EICHELBERGER ALFRED C. BERGMAN LEE P. MCGEAN Substitutes ' CHARLES T. COWPERTHWAIT HERINIAN J. JORDAN DONALD L. MCLEA LESTER STONE JOHN S. BLEECKER SCHEDULE Dec. C. C. N. Y. 525 Pennsylvania 4 Mar. 5. Yale 56g Pennsylvania I8- Jan. Syracuse 2IQ Pennsylvania I5 lvlar. 11. Columbia 285 Pennsylvania Il Jan. Princeton 53g Pennsylyanxa 5 Mar. 19. Dartmouth QQ Pennsylvanla I5 Feb Navy 61g Pennsylvanra I5 A-al 303 Ir-- IMI XIII 1515 HHN Q. OWEN HUNTER ELLIOTT Ross LEWIS MILLS COWAN DEOKER OFF Asst. Mgr. Asst. Mgr. PELUSE WINORSKY Coacb Mgr. LEVY, Capt. Captain . . . . . SAMUEL C. LEVY Varsity Coach ..... GEORGE DECKER Manager ...... H. BARTON OFF Assistant Managers . . WARREN HUNTER Freshman Coach . . . LEONARD MASON SPENCER OWEN Associate Manager ...... ARNOLD BUCI-ISBAUM TEAM i II5-lb Class .... HOBBS, PELUSE I45-lb. Class .W . . . WINORSKY, COWAN 125-lb Class .... RAMEY, WEINER 160-Ib. Class .... NORTHROP, Ross, ELLIOT I35-lb Class .... WINORSKY, MILLS, RICCIO 175-lb. Class ..., THAYER, LEWIS, Ross Unlimited ......, REINTHAL, LEWIS SCHEDULE Feb. I2. Syracuse 4g U. of P. 3. March 5. Yale 4Q U. of P. 2. IQ. Army 6g U. of P. I. 12. Western Maryland 22 U. of P. 5. 26. Penn. State 55 U. of P. 2. I9. Navy 75 U. of P. o. March 25 and 26. lntercollegiates at Syracuse. Won by Penn Stateg U. of P. 3d. A-QI 304 In-A , .,,. I ,,,.. WT , FTD! . --Nl V ' ' T- :T ' MWRESTLI C y GRAVES SERVAIS Coach KANDELI. D. MACNAMARA P. MUMFORD W. HUYLER TUNIS SCI-IULTZ STROHM KANDELL I3 Syracuse 6 Cornell 6 State ARMSTRONG Mg. HARRIS HERSHBERGER FISCI-IER SCI-IMUCKER TUNIS CRONLUND GAMM STROHM SMITH PRATT MCDONALD, Cupl. BOGDAN SCI-IULTZ Captain .GEORGE MCDONALD Assistant Managers . . Manager .ELMER ARMSTRONG Coacb . .L..I. SERVAIS TEAM FISCHER SMITH HERSHBERGER GAMM MCDONALD BUCHANAN HARRIS MARTIN SCHMUCKER BOGDAN CRONLUND PRATT SCHEDULE Pennsylvania 6 Brown .... IQ Pennsylvania . . Pennsylvania I3 Princeton . . Pennsylvania Pennsylvania . . .13 Columbia . . Pennsylvania Pennsylvania .... I 3 Army , , lntercollegiates, 5th place. --QI 305 Ib-- I xx ki IfQi15 2.Z2lfgE-,QD Q .V 'Q X 1 ,L qv ll --I 1.52 - , an , , 321 L v . . " ' 1 . . 5 V I fl ' 99 ' li, F , . I . 3 E I .1 I I f I . ' - A' 9. fl. .1 N H N ' X ' pg' ' " Y il f . . 5- f" , 1 if il? if LJ 4 fir ' I r Ag 'iii I 1 .- 21 .Q Fi t P I vi , A Q7 ll ' H I ,' A! ff. ' A L1 .xiii P , . Gt I I I 9? A. .., HENDRICK MILLEN HOFKIN MCDONALD, Mgr. ll: SOWERSBY KRAFT LINGELBACH Nfanager .... . . .GEORGE DOUGLAS MCDONALD Q, I Associate Manager .... PHILLIP VAN WAGENEN PECK 1 g Q' , Assistant Managers . . .RALPH W. DAVIES A! MARTIN L. MCINTIRE I 4' 4 5' Q I TEAM ,K gl P. Captain ..... WILLIANI KRAET UAE ' '.MILTON HOFKIN .IOI-IN-MILLEN ' , , xi ROBERT LINGELBACH FRANCIS SOWERSBY ' 3 x WESLEY STANGER A . SCHEDULE U . , April 9. Penn A. C. Cl-lomej April 30. Lehigh CAWayj May I4. Dartmouth fAwayj K April 21 Fordham U. Cl-lomej May 6. May 20. Rutgers CI-Iomej l l ' Ll April 23 Princeton CAwayj May 7. Amherst CHomej May 21. Cornell CAwayQ .I 0 April 28 Virginia CI-lomel May I2 Pittsburgh fl-lomej May 23. Swarthmore CHomeD , April 29. Davidson Cl-lomej May 13. Columbia CAwayj May 28. Navy CAwayJ is ' l g ' u ' .J --Q1 306 IA-I .I lf QR. I-S. I I -4 :Hg A A J-. A . V+ Tl I '1 u 5 Jw' I lil-1 I E-I is an J ll S- - ' ' - 5 ffm 334. kai? IL' f" ' QE... ENN 49 Y .I .4 W Cr. ,K flgfl' lm ja ES. I Q53 fllp ll' 'l fa lzgll 'lm 5,1 ,J T36 J' LQ! EQ! F L21 QQ af. MERRIT1- SWEET HOFKIN GETMAN, Mgr. 'YV Y FF El'-ti HENDERSON STRAWINSKI GRAFMUELLER KRAFT ll Q Manager .... . .BURRILL MYERS GETMAN l- Y -. Assistant Manager . . .EDWARD S. IRISH fl ,J . egg? Coacb ............ JOHN D. HENDRICKS hgh fi if - VARSITY TEAM JOHN P. BUTLER WILLIAM KRAFT JAMES S. REID IQ I fig' BENJAMIN FRAZIER, JR. DAN MERRITT J. F. STRAVVINSKI ' - rf '1 ALBERT GRAFMUELLER W. COBURN SWEET, JR. SCHEDULE jfq , , Jan. 31. Cynwyd Club. l Feb 7. Penn A. C. K. Feb I2. Yale CAt Hornej. A . . Feb 17. Cynwyd Club. V! 4 Feb 24. Germantown Cricket Club. iid, J ' Feb 26. Harvard CAwayj. Q5 4 Q - ' - f , "1" I ' . - 'f"'iff'i?'-1:1 .rv--f'?1f?Mb-A. IS'-T If-fbli --:JI 307 It-- 3-Zi2lBE-C..0 HDD 75 2.: . fl 2.1 . " - THE TNTERERATERNTTY AGREEMENT ' ' 7' . . . If -'. RATERNITY men in general here at Pennsylvania realize the -0- . . true merits of some form of agreement regulating the deferred 1 'fr rushing of Freshmen by fraternities. Every thoughtful under- 'Pia U- graduate can fully appreciate the real benefits to the entire University il ' ' ' as well as to the fraternities themselves. v T The existing lnterfraternity Agreement, with few necessary " amendments, has withstood the test of three seasons. The present iiyt D i 1 agreement is the outgrowth of several preceding pacts written and Q., if amended by a capable group of men, guided by the dire needs ex- ' i pressed by experience of the past, who hope that it should best satisfy T ...p the interests of all concerned and promote better understanding P among the fraternities. It is true the present agreement has its faults, but it has done a great deal to accomplish its intended purpose. Q' The fraternities in general during the past year have endeavored V -- :fi to comply fully with the provisions of the agreement. The regular E , , period of rushing this year was shortened to ten days. lt is needless . to say this was a welcome amendment to Freshmen as well ras T y, to fraternity men. ' Q . . An lnterfraternity Night, sponsored by the lnterfraternity Council, in conjunction with Houston Hall management, was a gur l decided success. ln the opinion of the writer, affairs of this sort are .5 , .5 l the ultimate solution of our entire fraternity problem -here at Penn- T' Sylvania. Many more like affairs will tend to closer linking of the il fraternity men in bonds of true friendships and love for Pennsylvania. 1 - During the past year a very commendable spirit and understanda ig" ing among fraternities has existed here at the University. May this , spirit and understanding be improved as the years' pass by and may if fraternity relations here at Pennsylvania in the future add only to the Q3 ll fame and glory of our University and of the fraternities themselves. . .W , . ,. gf Q All fi 1 3 49 4,4 3 xi: T T Q. 3? Q l .-21 308 1a- L E 57 THEU19 2 mn EQQ R D 6 Acacia ..... Alpha Chi Rho . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . Alpha Mu Sigma . Alpha Phi Delta . . Alpha Psi .... Alpha Sigma Phi . Alpha Tau Omega , Beta Sigma Rho . . Beta Theta Pi . . Delta.Kappa Epsilon Delta Phi .... Delta Phi Sigma . Delta Psi .... 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 Delta Tau . . Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Phi Gamma Delta . FRATERNITY INDEX PAGES - -354 . .340 . .390 . .412 . .410, . . 364 . . 378 . . 328 . . 406, . . 324 - 1 344 . . 312 . .416 . . 318 . . 360 . . 342 . . 332 - - 374 . .402 . . 388 . . 336 . . 372 . . 414 . . 400 . .404 . . 330 . . 376, . .326 5 ! 355 341 391 413 411 365 379 329 497 325 345 313 417 319 361 343 333 375 493 389 337 373 415 401 495 331 377 327 Phi Kappa Tau . . Phi Kappa Psi . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Phi Sigma Delta . Phi Sigma Kappa . Phi Sigma Lambda Phi Beta Delta . . Pi Delta Epsilon . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Psi Upsilon .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu . Sigma Chi .... Sigma Lambda Pi . Sigma Nu .... Sigma Phi Epsilon . Sigma Tau Phi . . Sigma Phi Sigma . Sigma Pi .... Sigma Zeta . . Tau Delta Phi . Tau Epsilon Phi . Theta Chi .... Theta Delta Chi , Theta Xi ..... Zeta Beta Tau . . Zeta Psi . . . PAGES 422, 322 316 384, 346 418 392 362 396 352 334 348 380 320 408 338 359 386 358 336 420 394 398 368 382 379 356 3 I4 3 423 323 317 335 347 419 393 363 397 353 335 349 381 321 499 339 351 387 359 367 421 395 399 369 383 371 357 3 I5 uq311k2 R -S, fA-- , A .- A ',fE2,:Hff---gif I : V -:H-ef :.----AE - - ,J - A, A A . .. - , IEEE-IQEJLEB E CAD U. Diff " 1 9- , "-e , CAS I' 'flu' 1 '13 R5 , , ff I ZBeIta ight Jfraternntp A, 1-'I W ' 'v QEEta Qlhapter' I! 3453 WOODLAND AVENUE " if Founded I827. Inactive 1872-1885 Established 1849 I x I FACULTY MEMBERS Q' ' 'I l - . JAMES HAMILTON CHESTON, A.B., LL.B. KNOX MCILWAIN, B.S. IN E.E. QI, . CHARLES N. DAVIS, A.M., M.D. ISAAC A. PENNYPACKER, B.S., LL.B. WILLIAM HENRY FURNESS 3D, M.D. ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSSAT, A.B., PH.D. . 5 ff Ig JOHN CLAXTON GITTINGS, M.D. E. HOLLINGSWORTH SITER, A.M., M.D. ,IA I rf ROBERT C. HILL, A.B. ALEXANDER VAN -RENSSELAER, A.M. I r ARTHUR H. HOPKINS, A.B., M.D. CHARLES MERRIUM WHARTON, B.S., M.D. 'Q' J ARTHUR C. HOWLAND, PH.D. COURTLAND YARDLEY WHITE, A.B. A THOMAS W. HULME, B.S., C.E. GEORGE B. WOOD, M.D. . . L. , I ACTIVE CHAPTER E? ' JAMES GILBERT BALFOUR CHANNING FRANCIS LILLY - Q . il WILLIAM WATTS BALL, B.S. EDWIN CHESLEY ESTES LORD, JR. I It ' HARRY HOWARD BENT HAROLD ADRIAN MCTIGUE E' , SAMUEL HARPER COLLOM, III HENRY SHOCK NEEL .. 3 . . KU- EDWARD PARK LEWIS CUMMING LAWRENCE WILLIAM ORR 9' If ROBERT DAFFRON, JR. BOISE PENROSE, A.B. V ,. . Q. JOHN RIDGEWAY DEACON WILLIAM MORGAN PHILLIPS 27' I DANIEL CHARLES DONOGHUE, JR. WILLIAM ALPHONSO ROLIN, JR. ...' ,O I "4 HOWARD DUANE, A.B. EDGAR ARTHUR SINGER, III ' A , SCHUYLER FISHER FRANCIS JENKINS TUCKER, JR. , g V ,Q WILLIAM GOODELL GEORGE HENLEY UHLER, III ' HENRY HAVELOCK HORROCKS HARRY JACQUES VERNOR 9 THOMAS ANTONY HUGHES HENRY WHITE 56, A JOHN MCCALLA KENNEDY 3D WILLIAM SHERVVOOD WHITE fl ' 4 L .I f FREDERIC HOUSTON WILLIAMS F3 1 4 ,Q , I! .-5 'Q E-l 37 1 I ' Q pi . , Atv, l . Y Q -el' 'I , 1' . hi .Wa-ff 5,521 Z ,.,6k!,::T?,,I.S.,,,q R- , is Y. I , ,,,,,, 17'::q,.,, 4? T, N J yflx pr' --21 312 IA . Q . . . 1 . I V I , THEEI19Z7QRE CQRDD , -. , .- , .. , - .V , YQ ' 1 x? .9 .A I A 1 T, . Y. y' - x I I Q. A' U O Q 0' 'Q " I x Y I U. I I ' .1 x , I l O, 5. I O I . 'P 0' 'Q I I y .4 F U Il I .1 I 3 - A 5 A 5 , L gg g,,' o . N ' Msg N l v iyr , is 'iii .A X 1. -A V- V 1 ' 2 I 0. ,Q I I Q Q' 'o I I I 1 ,O .4 .Ll U U . ., y 1 SA I , L. U U . . I' 'g I I . I A. 'A ' 0 PQ .' 1 3. I A I 1 , . 2 e I 1 x A' 0. ' ' s 4 .O Q 'I x ' ' 1 0. ,Q C I O V 4 2 0 1 X 1 ' L. Q, ' u 1 .. i . 1 7 U, 2 L Q ' All , ' V xo- ' .la 1 ' , sq -if f'-QE In f ,V N. oi ' .0 4 1 ' ...QA ' gf 1 v , . 9' , 'C , Ol ' 'O is fl , 05 fl . as ' ng ' --21 313 Ib- .- - A-f -, L... - . . A - xf- - ' - WJ ,L ,.'L,L4.LIffI'I E310 .Z 753113. E C 0' " I , x ' 5. .,.-- "JP ' .A ' 5, 1 J' Hifi" ffgffibai-m 1 Q J Zeta 1951 jfratztmtp 1, ' , , . I ,a " 5:59. g 'kif'lLiQ'l:. -"12...S?a.' . L F'1 I R45 E 45, 31 gg? ' A . 1 L5 imaI 'i!'l1 SFISIUTH UJHDYBIT -'Q , 1 231,-1,1 ll l I bi Twenty-nme Chapters. Founded 111 1847 at ' 5 J, i" k,,,,, . New York University, New York, N. Y. ' . I W Establzsbed 1850 0' - A ' ' fi 1 I 1 O., I . ' E FACULTY MEMBERS K X . Y K CHARLES LOUIS BORIE, JR. JAMES ALLEN MONTGOMERY ,I W WILLIAM H. DUBARRY F. CORLIES MORGAN . " ' I ELDRIDGE LYON ELAISON, M.D. ROLAND SLETOR MORRIS ' ' fl FREDERIC FRALEY, M.D. THOMAS RUNDLE NEILSON 1 A -9 SPARTA FITZ, JR. GEORGE WHARTON PEPPER -D. I . ' JOHN MCARTHUR HARRIS, JR. WILLIAM PEPPER, M.D. . :H CHARLES CURTIS HARRISON CHARLES CHAUNCEY SAVAGE ffl, x a. h ,Q ' ' ACTIVE CHAPTER I . ' ., A.. 2 i DONALD ALEXANDER ROBERT KILLOUGH 1 Is GEORGE N. ALLEN SYMINGTON P. LANDRETH, JR. ' FRANCIS A. BARTOW ROBERT L. LINGELBACH I ' JAMES L. BILLINGSLEA DAVID H. LUDLOW 527, 1 . 1 . 0. A BEAUVEAU BORIE, III ANDREW Y. MCDONALD .510 ' 1 ROBERT BRIGHAM HENRY P. MCINTOSH, 3D ' - , . O' I JAMES G. CAMPBELL, JR. JOHN B. MITCHELL 1 1 ,Q STALNEY B. COOPER JAMES A. MONTGOMERY, JR. Io. 'P I CHARLES T. COWPERTHWAIT, JR. JOHN M. MONTGOMERY , I 'QA FREDERICK H. CRAWFORD JOHN B. MORGAN if 1 1 2. GEORGE DAVIES ALBERT ODIORNE Af JAMES K. DUKEHART D. SERGEANT PEPPER ' 5. V JOHN M. DYSON VAN DYKE QUEREAU K 'Q MURRY FORBES ROBERT C. SHOEMAKER ' . . , A I RICHARD W. FOSTER LANCELOT F. SIMS, JR. ' I 9 0 'I 0 ALONZO GARTLEY SIDNEY J. STALL '. , 'I THOMAS S. GATES, JR. ANDREW VAUCLAIN I I o 0 ' ROBERT M. GIRvIN,' III ALLEN D. WALLIS . ' E. LEE GOLDSBOROUGH GERALD B. WEST ' ' 2, WILLIAM HAINES EDWARD M. WILSON X S " NORMAN HEMINWAY OWEN J. WISTER " o c c .. Q.. I. ' " I 0. I ,O ' "L sn, ., " in ff, I - ' gibgi jf' .':.i3fQ1-'gpiefazi iiji :fi N , A., :..1 f'Q.' ' O all ' -e 5 3? , ,Vg , J ' 6' M , 1 TJVB .1 4 K -- lj B 'F QF . 1 A w 5' ' 1 A FP- ODIORNE MACDONALD HAINES QUEREAU NEWHAUSER MCINTOSH KILLOUQSH DUKEHART . ALEXANDER HEMMINGXVAY CAMPBELL GIRVIN PEPPER LANDRETH S1Ms LINGELBACH FOSTER LM! LUDLOW GOLDSBOROUGH BNGHAM MITCHELL B1LLxNcsLEA BARKER WxLsoN GARTLEY COOPER WEST ' lg' SHOEMAKER J. MONTGOMERY CRAWFORD STALL ALLEN GATES BORIE A. MONTGOMERY WISTER SN 'F ZETA PSI U W 5 5 V v , , L fu Q -' ' .1 7? ,lf ' - .41-fA'fgf4 ' -6:14 nz X LJ. A, JQIE Q, -E -IN. ag-gm 'A.1E:..g ,, ifiAxik?F' ' 'V " ' 4 E, Eg- - - '!9'5i2?Q.'. :5:- .1 -ferb, , W, 51953 4 3: -. Q Pam X Wk f-:il k ' 1 V1 4 ' Q 4 -, P . ,T 1 . ' ,433 -' A 5 ,mf .! "fwa'-ev V A " 4 ig. L -,.- ' -:f f. ., ,N . 1, W 2 T gf . 9' rr... 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Established 1850 FACULTY MEMBERS WARD BRINTON, A.M., M.D. KARL MUSSER HOUSER, PH.B. GEORGE SUMNER CRAMPTON, M.D. HAROLD WALDRON HOW, M.D. RUSSEL DUANE, A.B., LL.B. WILLIAM DRAPER LEWIS, LL.D., PH.D. , 6 THOMAS SOVEREIGN GATES, PH.D., LL.B. MAX LUET, B.S. I, JOHN MARSHALL GEST, A.M., LL.B. JAMES HARTLEY MERRICK, A.M. f, JOSEPH MARCHANT HAYMAN, JR., A.B., M.D. EFFINGHAM BUCKLEY MORRIS, A.M., LL.B. -'k JOHN NORMAN HENRY, M.D. ELLISTON J. JIVLORRIS, JR., A.B, I , ADDINELL HEWSON, A.M., M.D. GEORGE WILLIAM NORRIS, A.B., M.D. Q WILLIAM HEWSON, A.M., M.D. JOSEPH STOKES, JR.,'A.B., M.D. T BARTON COOKE HIRST, A.B., M.D., LL.D. CHARLES ROOT TURNER, M.D., D.D.S. Y JOHN COOKE HIRST 2D, A.B., M.D. PAUL CONNER WAGNER, A.B., LL.B. v . . h il ACTIVE CHAPTER ELI HASTINGS ACKLEY CHARLES MONSONQJUSTI, BS. ' ELLISTON PEROT BISSELL, JR. HENRY STOKES KAMERLY WILLIAM CHALFANT 3D HARRY PARDEE KELLER, LITT.D. L' PHILIP JAYNE CHAPMAN LOUIS BORSCH LAPLACE, A.B. B LOUIS MOORE CHILDS 2D .ff , I CECIL IDELL CROUSE, A.B. . HAROLD DAVID ROBERT CRUMRINE GEORGE HARVEY DAVIS I HENRY DAVIS 3D JOSEPH HARDING DUFEIELD ' ' A WILLIAM READ ELMER RALPH FARNUM ' WILLIAM DOUGLAS FRANCIS , CABELL GWATHMEY ' HENRY HUSTON HAYMAN CHARLES VINAL HULICK RICHARD LEIGH HUNTER V U I .1 .r I I A 5 I 'O 1 3 .4 F ' 1 Ll G I K x 0. DANIEL SMITH MERRITT EDGAR BARTOW MULLER WILLIAM ERNEST PARKE 2D, A.B. T. MORRIS PEROT 3D DAVID STEWART POLK, A.B. DAVID LAWSON RAGLAND JOHN RICHARD RAMSBERG CHARLES TINDALL ROBERTS ROBERT MILTON SHIREY, A.B. LAWRENCE MEREDITH SMITH, A.B. ROBERT GEORGE TAYLOR CORNELIUS NOLEN WEYGANDT JOHN HOLLINGSXKVORTH WHARTON, AB. ' - WILLIAM WILSON VVHITE l 5 , 'I l x .A C I 7. I ,O I I 'Q X 1 9. .4 ' 1 ,O 'fl 'Q I x 0. .Y I I ,U I 47 3 I ,A 9. I 'I O I Q I ,C 0 I x U. In 9 I .1 ' 1 ,C I l I X 'A O O .4 ' 1 AC I I 'u K x 'I I Q ' . 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CHARLES PREVOST GRAYSON, A.B., M.D. kv ' Q' WILLIANIS BIDDLE CADWALADER, A.B., M.D. JOHN CROZER GRIFFITH, A.B., M.D., PH.D. A I. Ft ARTHUR LATHAM CHURCH, B.S. THOMAS HART, A.B. CHARLES DAY, B.S. IN E.E., M.E. SAMUEL FREDERIC HOUSTON, PH.B. 'QA E ROBERT DECHERT, A.B., LL.B. GEORGE MCFADDEN, B.S. , I ' 'I WILLIANI DRAYTON, JR., A.B., M.D. CLAYTON MCMICHAEL, B.S. M THOMAS FITZ-HUGH, JR., M.D. CHARLES CAMDLOS NORRIS, A.B., M.D. ,' ,i ' , JOHN FRAZER, B.S., A.M,, PH.D. RICHARD HENRY REEVE, A.B. , . 'CHARLES HARRISON FRAZIER, A.B. M.D., PH.D., D.SC. ARTHUR RINGOLD SPENCER, B.S., LL.B. A GEORGE HARRISON FRAZIER, A.B. ISAAC STARR, JR., B.S., M.D. 1 1 I ARTHUR HOWELL GERHARD, A.B., M.D. WILLIAM DANIEL STROUD, B.S., M.D. M, , 'T FRANCIS CLARK GRANT, A.B., M.D. I DE FOREST PORTER WILLARD, B.S., M.D. I if ACTIVE CHAPTER :Ag JOHN STEARNS BLEECKER, JR. HOWARD TUNNELL LONG - I . QI GEORGE CLAY BOWKER PENN GASKEL MCGRANN , P LOUIS OCTAVE DE BRANGES DE BOURCIA GEORGE BOWMAN MILNOR RICHARD CHURCHMAN ' ROBERT THOMPSON OLIPHANT L I I CALVERT COGGESHALL HENRY DOUGLAS PAXSON I 1 CHARLES CORSON DAY ELI KIRK PRICE, III 91' WILLIAM LANG DAY PIERRE MAROT PURVES J. MONTGOMERY DEAVER RICHARD HENRY REEVE I .1 PHILIP DECHERT WESLEY VAN NOSTRAND ROBINSON ' I HENRY KUHL DILLARD HARRY MANNING ROLIN 'Q ELLASON DOWNS WARWIICK POTTER SCOTT U-I . KENNETH FRANCIS EDWARDS FLOYD TALLMADGE STARR . '21 JOHN KENNEDY EWING, III CAMERON COURTNEY STINEMAN if .7 BENJAMIN WEST FRAZIER, JR. GEORGE CHAPMAN THAYER 4' A' WILLIANI GEORGE GERHARD. JAMES FRANKLIN WADDILL I, K1 ' BRUCE PRICE HARDEN HORATIO CURTIS WOOD -' 2-1, JAMES SPEAR I-IATEIELD STEPHEN STOCKTON WOOLSTON -Q 'QI if PHILIP ROMAN I'IEPBURN " ' I I 'i o L ' ' 'A SQ I-11 318 IA- Q 2 7 13. O HPD 1" ': I H .. :, A v V Q' 0 , ' I I . Q, A0 'O Q a' ' V O I . 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CLARENCE NEWELL CALLENDER, B.S. IN ECON. , STANLEY FOLMSBEE, A.B. V ACTIVE CHAPTER I Seniors I Q THOMAS ARTHUR CAWTHRA WARD CURTIS ELWELL GEORGE TELFORD MORROW RALPH EDWARD CULBERTSON HAROLD MORRILL FARON JACK RAYMOND NAYLOR :lf HARLAN SMITH DEVOE CHARLES JOSEPH LESLIE SAM COLLINS PLUMMER ' - ARTHUR FRANCIS DILLEMUTH ' CARLTON ORNDOFF MACNEELY JAMES FREDERIC SPIGLER EDSON DEMAREE DRONBERGER CHARLES WINDLE MCMAHON HAYWARD WILLIAM STRECKER E RICHARD NEALE YOUNG Juniors . WILLIAM BROWN DERN THOMAS JEFFERSON JOHNSON CHARLES TAFT PORTER J, - ERRETT DUNLAP, JR. FREEMAN ELDER FRED DEWITT DANFORD NIELVILLE REESE DILL JAMES RUSSELL HIBBS JOHN LEWIS HICKS JESSIE N. AYCOCK KENNETH COWAN, JR. WILLIAM B. DICKSON LEWIS M. FRENCH ALLEN G. GRISWOLD JOHN FREDERICK MARQUARDT Sophomores JOSEPH ROLLAND KELLY JOHN HEYWOOD SMITH I 3 JOHN S. MILLEN ROGER WOLCOTT REMINGTON DENTON SAVAGE RITER JOHN COLUMBUS WILSON, JR. ,I ROBERT NEALE TULLER I JOHN W. TAYLOR, JR. I O. I NICHOLAS F. WEBER A . Freshmen CHARLES W. INGHAN . T. GIHON JORDAN 1 THOMAS RUCKLEHAUS ' ROBERT M. RYDER . A, MAXIMILIAN GEBHARDT SECKENDORFF , DOUGLAS STALLEY ' ' .L-I. 'I' I 04 af I I Ai V l 1 X 5. 3 I Ll 2 3. .1 I I ,U 'u II F UI .25 J I Ji nf. It V. 1 K .4 0 .v ' 1 . ,Q I' K 'I ' I . 6. x I M D .1 ' I ,Q I x m .A .v ' 1 ,O O ,A I U O 11 2 ,5 A 'T I ' A .T" A I ' ' T T ' J' TTEQYVETT fpf-iii? C '-fi. 2 . .BI 320 IA-- WALTER WARE SLOCUM 552:33 - ' . . .R 4 I fl' 1 K. .f, 5 Q T 4 iiC9us'1'!f9C , . -- W QT ,. v HEEIINZYERE CORDD' ' ' 1 . ,O 'Q 1. x 1 l X , 'A 0. V 1 4 5 . . .. 1 1 1 1 A' .O , I ' 5 ' 0 , V. K 'I 1 0, 0, y . . C 1 7 2' ' A I ,Q , U I 4 ' , .. I x 2 " l I' . W P .Q 3' o ' Dig ' 1, ' 1 wi E. ,5 -' g v ,N . , Ari 1 - ff' Ng gm l I 1 W li . if A '- g ' 0 -ii' . 425 ' W ' miami' ' 1 I I I ! ' ' A. ,Q . , ' I 'O ' -x l x x X '- 'A 9 e ' 1 f 4 .' O ' I I 1 Ao .0 X 0 o I . 'Q U 1 K 1 X 'A I. ' 1 .1 . '4 . ' 1 ,Q ,C ' I I . 'Q : X 2 g .A - V A ' n Y 6 v 2' 1 I 1 ,O ,O I I 'Q 'S 1 A V O, U. 0 0 F 4 F Q U . Q - ,, . 7 1 I' ' A If ' V I ' " A ' -eu - -x 'few ., Q .5 Lefi I rg' ' O4 ' A , , . , F N. , ., - vo Lg! 0:11321 IF.. xv: I4 ' IJ1 kappa sm fraternity - M 14 Zinta Qlbapter . . 3641 LOCUST STREET 1, E Y Fifty Chapters. Founded in I852 at Jefferson College, " A Canonsburg, Pa. Established 1877 5 FACULTY MEMBERS . .. JOHN STOKES ADAMS, A.B., LL.B. WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON, A.B., M.D. :J GEORGE H. BICKLEY, B.S., A.D.F.G. HENRY KUHNRATH PANCOAST, M.S. , THOMAS ALIBONE BUDD, B.S. IN ECON., A.M. JOSIAH H. PENNIMAN, A.B., PH.D., LL.D. rv' MORRIS LEWIS CLOTHIER, A.B., LL.D. HENRY MCKINTZ ROTHERMEL, A.B. SENECA EGBERT, A.M., M.D. JOSEPH SAILER, M.D., PH.B. 549' FREDERICK EHRENFELD, PH.D. FELIX E. SCHELLING, PH.D., LITT.D., LL.D. , A EDWARD HARRIS GOODMAN, M.D. ALLEN JOHN SMITH, A.M., M.D., SC.D., LL.D. ' si EDWIN R. KEEDY, A.M., LL.B. EDGAR FAHS SMITH, A.NL, M.D., SC.D., P. J. KEEPER, A.B., LL.D., LITT.D., CHEM.D. A ' HEILNER MAXWELL LANGDON, M.D. CALVIN MASON SMYTH, JR., M.D. J' ' WILLIAM HENRY LLOYD, A.B., LL.D. GEORGE SCOTT STEWART, A.B., LL.B. Q", GRAX'SON HOWARD MCCOUCH, A.B., M.D. THOMPSON S. WESCOTT, A.B., M.D. QQ PAUL HOWARD MUSSER, A.B., PH.D. CARL WILLIAMS, M.D., A.B. , , ACTIVE CHAPTER A I Seniors 'fif 5 JOHN STOKES ADAMS, JR. RICHARD CORBIN FORD HAROLD MARSHALL SOARS 6 HUGH CRAIG ANDERSON, JR. RICHARD SESSIONS REDWAY JOHN SCOTT WALKER I AQ, Juniors L WORTHINGTON GIRARD BUTTON WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL, JR. ROLAND BEADEL POND gi DAVID WOLFE COATES LEE PHILLIPS MCGEAN IRVING ROGER STEVENS, JR. ARTHUR WILLIAM LOEHR MARCELLUS EUGENE WRIGHT,JR. pl ' ' Sopbomores ' -' ' ALBERT LOUIS BERNDT JOHN HOLLAND KEITH RALPH LEROY PECK, JR. JAMES EDWARD DUDUIT RALPH EDWARD MONK THOMPSON JUSTUS ROUND ,Q TALBOT DOUSMAN GITTINS ROBERT FREDERICK MORRIS JACK KENNETH WAMPLER DAVID ROCKEFELLER JARDEN JOSEPH KREAG WHITE A A Fresbrnen A All JOSEPH DONALD AMELIA EDWARD ALEXANDER TSERTCHER, JR. "4 I WILBERT SHERIDAN BEAUMONT ROBERT EDWARD KISSEL A LESTER COMLY BOSLER, JR. ' HENRY ASHTON LITTLE, JR. 5-. ,J JAMES BARRY DIVEN, JR. WILLIAM PRICE LYTLE ' PHILLIP DONALD HARTLEY JAMES WARREN SPEAKER Q DILLON RANNEY HUDER STANLEY MATTHEW ,STEWART ' LOUIS MCDONALD HUESMANN WILBUR REGINALD TROWBRIDGE FORD GREY KEELER, JR. GEORGE LAWRENCE WHYEL Q 0 9 L A .5 .-A1 322 IA-A ' ' ' . ' -fi ' 1, -' - -- - . iff 'Q V. X l ' X 2, '- , - Q. .1 Q' 1 , ' 1 , 11 I . . -A , ' V ve 6, 3. 9 I ' 1 U' 5 I ,N 1 W L. , I - P . Q I JA ' 0. 5 M . , . f ix Q 4 U ' 7 Y fl 7' W iff 1 . . - Ziff. -5 A . 'W' :Q . . Wil , . .1 O 1 ' 1 ,O . V Y A O . N TQ . : ' Q, 'A , l . , 0 ., l ,. A I . . .. -. I V 1 H 5. , 'A , ' 9 ' , 4 2 2 I , ,I A' f g . l 'e ': 1 l 04 l. U ' 0 X 'Y .I ' 1 ' I ,s ,o 5 I o 1. '. n V 'l ' UL 0. o Q 5 , . A -.' Wf'fN1 J ' ls -l E.-I, ' ' I ,C .. 1.2 fl . -If l n fu G'Z!'Tl9e6g,a9a ., - 1' 0 lil 575' ' I -jf-I in f-i 1 i . . ' o A ' . . m, V THE31Q 2 ILJRE C O RBD, -'-A. . wr- --.P F3 Mfx S- -TP--- vi u . I I y' X 1 UA Iv ' .L . E , ii I Ezra Theta i jf ratzrnitp 2 A. I O I 35131 Qlijapter 'Q 1 I I , 3529 LOCUST STREET '-- 9, :U Eighty-Jive Chapters. Founded in IS39-at Miami . . . A University, Oxford, Ohio. . ' g Established I88O .1 . , I I Q .-0 Aj y . ' ' FACULTY IWEMBERS 1. JOHN GOODRICH CLARK, M.D. BURTON MORLEY, A.B. M.A. ,E GEORGE FRANKLIN COLE, A.B.,'PH.D. ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN, A.B., PH.D. ,i ROBERT HEYWOOD FERNALD, M.E., A.M., LL.B. CALVIN HAGAN RANKIN, B.S. IN ECON. .- CARL HARTZELL, A.B. ALBERT DUNCAN YOCUM, PH.D., PH.B. I 'O 1 1 ACTIVE CHAPTER QA , Seniors ' WILSON TRAFFORD ALLPASS HOWARD MANNING KIRK, JR. WILLIAM MADISON PEPPER CHARLES STUART BRYDON ROBERT ALBERT KRANTZ DONALD KIRK-SINGER xii RICHARD STEPHENS CHAPMAN WILLIAM GILBERT MOORE, JR. ERWIN AUGUST STEUBNER J - ARTHUR MOSELEY HOPKINS, JR. SAMUEL WILLIAMS PARKE WILLIAM MEREDITH WOOD 5 ' FRANCIS BERNARD HUBER JOSEPH FIELDING PATTEN DONALD KENNETH WRIGHT R Q 1 I QA Juniors - K I . , 0 LEONARD CARTER DILL, JR. RAYMOND FREDERICK MULLER ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN, JR. R 7 STEPHEN RALPH DOUGLAS PHILLIP SHERMAN MUMPORD HENRY WILKINS SCHMIDT,JR. 2' JOHN MERCIER GREENE GEORGE BIRDSAL PASSMORE, JR. EDWARD ARTHUR TALBOT I -4 MILLER MOORE I .I I I Sopbornores 1 NATHAN BEE HUNT HAROLD WILLIAM ROY OI GEORGE MICHAEL LAWLER ROBERT JOSEPH SCHNEIDER . D, SOUTHWOOD BELL MORSE BELFORD WREN SHOUMATE I - I OLIVER DONALD NOBLE BIRNEY BATCHELLER TRUITT JOHN FLETCHER RICE WILLIAM SCHELL WHITEHEAD ' ' 5. - Freshmen ' 'V ' MONROE VANSANT DILL BRUCE HARRISON LA PIERRE JOHN KENNETH EASTON HARRKINGTON ARNITT LEEDOM O, JOHN GEORGE HENRY CHESTER BARRY PASSMORE u --' PHILIP BERNARD HOPMANN WILLARD DANBRIDGE PENDLETON ROBERT HOLLISTER JOHN WILLIAM RYAN JENNINGS SUDLER HOOD RICHARD FREDERICK SEARS ' 1 Il ROGER WARD INGHAM - JOHN M. SHANER WILLIAM AUGUSTUS'KOCH JOHN DEAN THOMPSON A A SAMUEL EUGENE KUEN JOHN HAINES WARE 3D .. - 1 3 1 Q X.. . ' I A' Q. . 9, V'-' i S., K 1 In -I ix: . I S ED, x. ' 'G . G- 4 A ' -A1 324 IA S QTI-I Emw 2 YQR E IC 0 RDS 1 S1-IANER WARE EASTON LEEDAN C. PASSMORE LAPIERRE Koen SEARS PENDLETON M.DII.1. HENRY Hoon INGI-IAM KUEN HOLLISTER RYAN HOEMANN NOBLE MORSE WIEIITEHEAD RICE RAY SHOUMATE TRUITT LAWLER SCHNEIDER HUNT KIRK SCHMIDT QUINN L. DILI. DOUGLAS M.MooRE TALBOT MUMPORD MUI,I,ER G.PASSMORE GREENE KRANTZ BRYDON PEPPER W.MOORE WRIGHT HUBER CHAPMAN HOPKINS AI.LPAss STUEBNER SINGER PARKE Woon PATTEN BETA THETA PI f L .fl A 41' H- Jlfa , - - 3'.ai'fIf:-:1'I1-,ala ' wi.fg4"iff!,q:Q m,,,,, 3, inf: -f E-,fella--D mf :Y :E V :LAN--I fue' wx.-M .mr fu, I-gg 1554, J" U51 a' '?f.,3'pI,I' ww I-: T '7'2'flJ,.'-11,11 mira! , Ihr. 'I ,Im M1 QI JI' I 5 'o Li I M , 2 ,Q 'Q n 4 o lt, ,Q 'd l M nf I ' I ,D l C I 'Q x by 31 'I ,Q , I J W4 .v I ,Z 'e l UI -1 , ' A lf' ' I I! . ,5 xv O. I O 1 I: D ' r I. -Y ' ' ' g ,Q ' 'NC ,' pn , , -40. ,Y ,Ov-,, V, '. '., N0 'I '- I A-If-f . --A E- - . --A A -4 ,. 'QI 325 Ib-- I L5JCI3,-Q,, C- U, .H 2. RDD5. ' l I 'Y f'i, f x. - ' bl gamma Eelta jratermtp If, 'E M T " l 1 '. WETEYF . E 2 F? .: Esta Cllbapter sg :EE fl 36IQ LOCUST STREET 9 . Founded in 1848 :I ,4 ,1 , Established I88I " ' FACULTY MEMBERS 3. LEWIS HENRY ADLER, JR., A.B., M.D. J. CHARLES HICKEY, D.D.S., M.D. ' JAMES ADDISON BABBIT, A.B., M.D. DAVID T. HUSTON, A.B., M.D. 3' DIMNER BEEBER, A.B., LL.D. ELMER SANDER JOHNSON, B.A. Af GEORGE MORRIS COATES, A.B., M.D. HAROLD HAVELOCK KYNETT, B.S. ' STANLEY F. COOPER, A.B. ROBERT CHARLES LIGGETT, A.B., LL.B. 3 v HENRY LAMAR CROSBY, A.M., PH.D. WILLIAM FREDERICK MOORE, M.D. THEODORE JULTUS GRAYSON, LL.B. MATHIAS ADAM SHAABER, A.B. I. FREDERICK L. HARTMANN, A.B., M.D. STANLEY PULLIAM SHUGERT, A.M., PH.D. A - RALPH A. YOUNG, B.A. ' .l ACTIVE CHAPTER . ' Seniors ' Y' W. ARCHIBALD WILLIAM ADKINS LYMAN BREWSTER IVES SYLVESTER WILDING RENNIE :Aix LANE COOK ASH GENE STANLEY NORTHRUP GEORGE EARLE TIPPIN 'C WILLIAM THOMAS CRUSE PHILLIP VAN WAGENEN PECK CLYDE FAIRFAX WILMETH ' L EDGAR CRAWFORD FONDE JOHN JOSEPH PENNEY 2' ,Ag q Juniors A , ROBERT IROSE' CARSON JOSEPH LAWRENCE HEINL DONALD BEATH MILLAR . JOHN W. HYLAND DONALD LATOUR MACLEA ROBERT HOLDEN SCARLETT, JR. g V HUBERT GEORGE LANE ROBERT KENNETH MACLEA RICHARD MORRIS WORRILOW .A Sopbornores iz' ERNEST WALDEMAR BORKLAND SIDNEY STONE FIELD ORRIN HENRY INGRAM ,S NORTON POTTER BOWLER ALAN BIRNEY FISHER WILLIAM LAWRENCE LOMAX ' , WALTER DEAN BROWN JOHN OSWALD HALSTED WESLEY ALAN STANGER ' ROBERT MUMPER HUMPHREYS , -is :N , 'M Freshmen A ' - CHARLES W. AUSTIN THOMAS M. FARR GEORGE A. STEVENS .f WILLIAM W. BALLARD III' SYDNEY A. GERVIN, JR. JAY IRWIN TONE, JR. If BENJAMIN H. BARNETT JOHN N. GISH CHARLES P. WALKER, JR. A A HOWARD B. BROWN BOGARTUS S. MITCHELL WALTER B. WARREN, JR. A ' ASA DICKENSON ZACHARIAH B. NEWTON GEORGE M. WHITEHOUSE 'Q WARNER G. EARNSHAW PETER P. PRICHETT . . 2' I . ,o --QI 326 IB-- TH 1f: 1q zzmp. 1: c o HDD nl' f . Thvxufdm L I 'O A x U. C' Q I I ' ,o I 'x 0. 1 r . + ,V I I .0 n A xg I ,A 'I U I - r - I . 1 K W 0. b gl 1 ' 0 15 ' 0 ' ' 1 - ' v , may " 1' 0 V l 'P .1 , I 1, o L Q' Q . 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I' KARL GREENWOOD MILLER, M.A., PH.D. f ., HENRY SHERMAN OBERLY, A.B., PH.D. 3 PAUL RUDBERT ORR, B.S., M.S. I . ALFRED HECTOR WILLIANIS, B.S. IN ECON., M.A., PH.D. - U LOUIS ALONZO YOUNG, B.S. ' - c w ACTIVE CHAPTER . fl Seniors I A 'I CLARENCE ADDISON BUELL , SAMUEL LEHMAN NYCE 2' CLINTON ANTHONY CONNELLY CHARLES DOUGLAS ORANGERS , I BURRILL MYERS GETMAN ERWIN WEDEMANN . ' 'O l I .A .1 ' 1 ,I 0 C I' U X 1 .1 .1 1 I ,O 'Q . x I. ,Y I ,O i S G6 l I .N 9 I ' r ,I I 'O 1 I .4 .1 1 I Al I 'Q l I lx .4 ' 1 ,O I K 1 'I .. ' I ,D l l 1 U L JOHN MITCHELL HAYES WALTER PIERRE WELLS A ' I ' WINFIELD DEWITT NEVIUS EDWARD RICHARD WHALEN I ' r , Juniors " ' " RALPH SHAY ESTUS FREDERICK JOHN PFEIFFER Y , - . HOWARD CLAIR ETESON ALVAH WOOD STUART A U WARREN LESLIE HUNTER JOHN TODD STUART i J . CHARLES SETH INGHAM STANWOOD CHANDLER SWEETSER in I V DOUGLAS EDWARD MCNAMARA '-'I I ii ' Sopbornores KEENE ABBOT HENRY HUGO LANGE gf MARVIN ALFRED ANDERSON EDWARD SCHAFER LAUGHLIN f ' WILLIAM HENRY ARMSTRONG ROBERT BINGHAM RAITHAL ' RICHARD HENRY BRAUE RICHARD HAZEN SAMPSON .I , -5 I VERNON EUGENE DUCKWALL EVERETT JAMES STOCKMAN HARLEN GRAHAM DUDLEY HAROLD LIONEL YOH N 7-1 A' ROBERT LOCKWOOD JONES - I Q Freshmen ' ALLYN LANDALE BAKER NORMAN MALCOLM QA' ALBERT WALTER JOHNSON STUART WILSON PALMER A , GEORGE WILLIAM KUNZLER JOHN BURKE SABEL ' " JOHN BEAVENS LEWIS DOUGLAS HAZEN SAMPSON . . g' MARK WELLINGTON LYONS A 1, 1 5 I , . I 0 'i . I' 2 l U, A. -9 - ,- Q - S ,f-,, . , , - A .,,,., ., A J , I..f 6, -:JI 328 IE-- .TL I -,I -9 '1, U l U C 1 I It .1 I I ,I W Y., , I l. . .1 1 I, A 0 'Q x, K 'm 5 O 'r I4 A gi 1.I x w U- I wg X A gi P . 'I Q w 'N wx. 'U K' if ' 1 ,U .1 Y' 1 'A . I ,Y Q1 ,C 'A ll 'Q X x .4 O 'I ' 1 Al I l I ,A 1 0. l I 1fHLm1Q2vmpxE C QRDE 2. . 1 9 sip 1 a D. SAMPSON SABEL MALCOLM LYONS ARMSTRONG LEWIS BAKER JOHNSON PALMER LAUGHLIN SPENCER .LSTUART BRAUE STOCKMAN JONES LANGE STABEVRN You DUDLEY DUGKWALL ANDERSON NEVIUS CONNELLY WHALEN WELLS GETMAN A. STUART WEDEMANN NYCE ETESON RAITHEL BUELL MCNAMARA INGHAM SWEETSER Esrus HUNTER PFEXFFER ABBOTT R.SAMPSON f din mw fq ?f 1?f f ,, 'fi ... - :iii ' ' v ' , -1:4441 n. '4:-:E- - QQ- .W , A H' .: ,sv W4 ' 'QWQLNUWN ' P fl ll P I .1 I I ,I E i V Q Q I Ali ' .I ,- ,l 0 I U Q I lk 1 I ,O 0 0 qv I I ,U C ll If 'Q l K QA U 9 .4 F I ,O 'i 1 3. I O .I ' 1 ,I l 0 l 1 i 0 I C " A-ral 329 It-- - f 'JI ,G ,:ill'1'I,j H2319 3 TIER E C O RDD, V , , V I g T A ' bl ZIBeIta Ulbeta :Fraternity ,- - . I imnnsplhania Zeta Qilbapter ' ' 3707 LOCUST STREET :Q .Q- J ' Ninety-five Chapters. Founded in 1848 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 2' '. i Established 1883 .4 u Q . ' Y 2 , FACULTY MEMBERS 9- 5 GEORGE W. BAUMEISTER, B.S. IN ARCH. DANIEL BUSSIER SHUMWAY, PH.D. J FLOYD ELWOOD KEEN, M.D. EDWARD ADAMS SI-IUMNVAY, B.S., M.D. 2' A ROBERT R. MCGOODWIN, B.S. IN ARCH. J. VERNE STANFORD, B.S., M.EL Ag . LAMBERT OTT, JR., B.S., LL.B. JAMES M. WEST 3D, A.B., LL.B. , I ARTHUR H. RICHARDSON, A.B. ' U' V J '. ' f x ' A I ' ACTIVE CHAPTER .A , Seniors .W 3 JOSEPH MILTON BARR JOSEPH T. LAIRD 3D ' I ' '45 JOHN ALRICH BUTTERWORTH GEORGE DOUGLAS MCDONALD ,N " - ' HAROLD THEODORE GRAVES, JR. CABLE MANNING A f . ., " ALBERT LYMAN GUSTIN, JR. . WILLIAM THACKARA READ, JR. ' I ALBERT BERTRAM HAGER,,JR. GEORGE NEWMAN SPRAGUE J -if , RICHARD HENRY HILL ANDREW FRANCIS THOMPSON '01 I ' Juniors ' Q .. ,.v X JOHN RODMAN CLENDENNING EDWIN SPENCER OWEN '1 ' I ALBERT MILTON GRAFMUELLER WILBUR MATTHEW PERRY 19 - 7 F. CLARKE MARTIN PAUL SIDNEY PROSS , , ., ' EDWARD ROBERT MCKINLEY JAY FRANKLIN STRANVTNSKI, JR. I Q I , A WILLIAM NELSON MEAD A Q A" :A ' Sophomores , , 'Q . HAROLD S. F. BATES. HOWARD FUSSEL NIXON J.. 3' GRANVILLE S. CARREL LEE OFFUTT 2D I, ' A WILLARD COPE DAVIE FRANCIS SOWERSBY ' W A' ' TAYLOR BECHTOLD GLADING MCLEAN FORMAN WHITCOMB A , .. I ALFRED MACBRIDE 1 'O A x A. K A Freshmen A 94 ' ' WILLIAM H. BUCK WARREN A. PINE, JR. - - "Q GEORGE W. HUGUELY EDWARD C. RAY ., A I ' WILLIAM O. JACKSON WILLIAM D. SWIFT li ' THEODORE H. KENDALL, JR. RICHARD B. WELLS .0 ' - DONALD H. MACLEAN A D 1 - 'D .5 gl' ai: 'Q . X . ' - F '.i ,-P' .E ' SE, 'pf 'R 1 . If fi AQ. 7 A I -:I 330 IR- X353 V ' I K s a 'C x .QT '21 e ,m 8 -, 4 , ,R ' 3 ,J W: I C ill 9 ' ,J I: I F I ' jl , KENDALL SWIFT PINE RAY BUCK MCLEAN WELLS HUGELY fi, f WHITCOMB BATES NORTHROP CARREL GLADDING DAVIE TURLINGTON MCBRIDE SOWERSBY " SPRAGUE CLENDENNING PERRY MEADE HII.I. MARTIN MCKINLEY GRAFMUELLER GRAVES Pnoss STRAWINSKI " NIACDONALD READ LAIRD GUSTIN HAGER MANNING BUTTERWORTH BARR THOMPSON ff PHI DELTA THETA ,Ig ll, I M I . e Yi' '-' Q 1 V -o? -, . if 1175 9f,. L1gPi' Z . '22 , fb . lj im a' Qfxf ral ,I l.! I Y- .: . .T fl ,I 5 I1 i. .M I U. D O Y I V . 4 I A A A W 1 Q I ar., , A ,. ,sg A V 1 , L . . A K M -I I f V , I E-- 5. A IQ .fmhri I , I I fmE.f5?q.wd'4 on I ,Af-fs --D21 331 It-' J . o o I nf' gi 1. 0 gl Q I Wx p,. I ,K nk D In I , 'I I Bl n 5 4- I l rf. ' I X D I . ' 'Q ,5 111 X gl 1 P 5 Q wt! A A "-A ' ,II ' I I! D I P,. I Q' 'Y 1 , Ag A D l 1 I 6 0 ., 'Ir 'Q -4-fad ' 'ff --'E-'?':i3T 41. af T W P Ufw...QDf 5GH,.i"QkA:-. g,gI,.?+ EDWARD L. COFFEY CLIFFORD F. DUNCAN CLARENCE L. FIELDS NORBERT- J. CLURE JACK F. CROFOOT HAROLD M. DARBY H. SPENCER EVANS, JR. J. DONALD BEAN EDWIN R. FAIT SAMUEL C. FISHER FRANK P. MULLIGAN MATTHEW G. BAILEY WILLIAM BANISTER HALSEY G. BECHTEL, JR. WALTER G. BELLAIRES KENNETH CISNEY 152 7.21231 C OGRDEP ': 3. Eelta illipsllun :fraternity 1, ,O ipenuspihania Qibapter Y: 3614 LOCUST STREET 3. .1 Fifty-two Chapters. Founded in 1834 at It VVilliarns College, Vifilliamstown, Mass. " . Established 1888 ' ,Q O., FACULTY MEMBERS . G' ' .1 HENRY V. AMES, A.M., PH.D. SEYMOUR DEW. LUDLONV, B'.S., M.D. "1 JAMES H. AUSTIN, B.S., M.D. J. LEONARD MASON, A.B. 4' FREDERICK W. BEAL, A.M., PH.D. CHARLES H. MAXON, A.M., PH.D. ' . HENRY GIBBONS, A.M. EDNVARD S. MEAD, PH.D. i JOHN H. GIRVIN, M.D. WILLIAM O. MILLER, A.B. HENRY I. HUMPSTONE, A.M. HOWARD H. MITCHELL, PH.D., PH.B. :AT ARTHUR B. LIGHT, M.D. GEORGE B. ROORBACH, A.M. S BENJAMIN A. THOMAS, A.M., M.D. , C ' . .U ACTIVE CHAPTER J , , Seniors lg: CRISPULO D. GOIZUETA L. EMERSON NUNGESSER If ARTHUR F. JOHANSEN JOHN M. SCHAEFFER ALBERT F. KREUZ OTTO A. ZIEBELL if if .1 A A Juniors E A EDWARD W. HAKE HARRY T. JOHANSEN, JR. , FINLEY B. HESS ALBERT C. MAGEE Y WALTER E. HOFFMAN RICHARD M. SAMSON EDWARD S. IRISH CLAIR A. YEATON Sophomores Y 4 G GILBERT R. OTT THOMAS M. POOLE EDWIN C. PEREGO PAUL J. SHEA . +9 SHERMAN B. PICKARD FREDERICK F. WEISBECK ,V WALTER C. PINE GARDNER L. WHIPPLE C "Q ' x Freshmen :I EDWIN B. GRIFFIN WALTER MAGAI - PLINEY E. HARTENSTEIN LESLIE Q. MILLER ' ., V DAVID W. HAYNES JOS. B. MOUNT , I RICHARD HAYNES HOWARD SMITH I If EDWIN KOETSCH HARRY W. ZEISING . . Zi l 1 U. Y. ' I A9 . I V ,-:- N , i.. 4 ,V QDZI 332 Pm . , 4 A . Ili-EI Q A2 ZQE ECI 1' 4 4 4 'Ag 23 54 4 A 'DM W 25 fi g 9 4: a v. 6 I K W , I ,4 , X ,L Q11 4 ',, ' 4 : 1 I f. I., , - ft - '4 ' V 1 Q lf . 4 xi '4 , E' ffl a -, A- .. 50 i ' "' "" ' ' ' ' ' ' . 'Q , SIIEA MOUNT SMITH BANISTER KOETSCH I-IAR1-ENSTEIN HAYNES BECII1-EI. ZEISING CISNEY GRIFFIN if , 'Q ' BEAN FAIT OTT MULLIGAN PINE PEREGO PICKARD BELLAIRES MILLER KAYNES sn., X4 FISHER WEISBECK DARBY HOFFMAN HAKE IRISH EATON EVANS CLURE ' ' ' SAMSON ZIEBELL H. JoI-IANSON HESS COFFEY NUNGUESSER DUNCAN GOIZUETA A. JOE-IANSON 7- 5 DELTA UPSILON --- v 0 " ' V4 L V? P , V T 'fi' I4 i- 4 W4- ,m . -1 I ln. ' 4' 1 -, ev ff ., I I ! ' 5 , ,L V E f- 4' A ,X X , , .Q F vP,:,.3: - fa W V ' 'v 4 i g Ig ?-iq 1 in 44 .4 5 ' EE ' f i fal if 1- I Y J: W Us I I Ig 'i QE g,5' - K . ' . I .' 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LEWIS FREDERICK PILCHER, PH.B , LL.D. 1 v HARRY BROWN VAN DEVENTER, A.M., PH.D. LAYTON BARTOL REGISTER, B.S., LL.B. f :HENRY HERBERT DONALDSON, PH.D., SC.D. LEMUEL BRADDOCK SCHOFIELD, A.M., LL.B. -- gl EDNVARD THEODORE GRANDLIENARD, C.E. MILTON HAMOND STANSBURY, A.B. A ,6 E VVILLIAM PAGE HARBESON, B.S., PH.D., LL.D. RICHARD SAUNDERS STOYLE, PH.B., LL.B. .tx ALFRED LEWIS LOMAX, A.B. ROBERT GRANT TORREY, M.D. 19, Q ' 'I JOHN ARTHUR MITCHELL, B.S. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS WEIDERSHEIM,A.B., LL.B. A 9 ALBERT DRAPER WHITING, M.D. . 3" . , , 1 L ACTIVE CHAPTER Q I 71 l Seniors EDWARD OSCAR GERHARDY ' WILLIAM MOFFAT MCFADDEN lx .5 7 RICHARD WOOD JESS WILLIANI PAINTER MEEKER fy JAMES DUDLEY MARKS I .HENRY BARTONAOFF 91 ARNOLD DALE KERFOOT MASON FREDERICK EUGENE PERFECT ' NORMAN PRICE SI-IUMXVAY ' - ' 6" , A , - Il .funzors X' gl FRANCIS IRVIN CURTIS DURAND REED KINLOCH II BERTRAM POWELL MOORE --A GEORGE ALEXANDER GADE JOHN ALBERT KOCH HENRY ALEXANDER ROWAN III FREDERICK CHARLES GOODWIN, JR. GEORGE WILLIAM MARSHALL GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, JR. K y L WALTER ALBERT JOHNSON SAMUEL JOHN MCCOY WILLIAM JASPER SIMS OI 'I V F ' J - J 0 'Q Sophomores 64' 3 ' LUCIUS ARCHIBALD ANDRENV, JR. ELI EICHELBERGER WILLIS NATHANIEL MILLS il Q EDNVARD GORDON ASHLEY PHILLIP CURTIS GOODXVJN CHARLES STOXVE MH'ERS . H. ALBERT MORRIS DILXVORTH CASSEL FRANK DORAN GRAHAM FREDERICK JEROME SCHROEDER ' A ' . Q WILLIAM MINOT CLARK ELWOOD EMIL HANSON JAMES TOWNSEND SELLERS I! Q I JOHN MORRISON CLEMENTS LEFFERTS SUYDAM HOFFMAN CHARLES MILLER SHEAFFER , K A ROBERT I'IOMAN CRAFT THOMAS READ HULME BERNARD AUGUSTUS TONVELI. Q, Freshmen ' I , 1' . :A JOHN NEGENDONYQ BALL KENTON ROWE FLINT WILLIAhi LLOYD SAGENDORPH T1 A JOSEPH WASHINGTON BEALE WESLEY FIURLBUT GARNER LEIGHTON PAXTON STRADLEY, JR. A' JAMES ALEXANDER BLIEDUNG RICHARD MORE KEATOR GUSTAVE ADOLPHE VAN LENNEP, JR. A , 3' ROBERT PIARVEY BOLTEN FRANCIS JOSEPH KELLY, JR. 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' PAUL CRAWFORD ROBERT HASLETT FRED R. SEELEY it h I A FREDERICK HERMAN 19' 1 Juniors 5' gf SUMNER DAVIS PAUL B. JOHNSTON RICHARD THOMSON I S. JOHN DIELENSCHNEIDER GEORGE KINGSTON WILLIAM TITZEL Q ' WALLACE GILL, JR. WILLIAM LUKASWITZ CAIRO TRIMBLE I ' Q' EDWARD HENNESSEY GEORGE MAHANEY GLENN CHARLES WALL gg I T. DOUGLAS JOHNSON CYRIL STEIN WILLIAM WINANS I QA' u Sopbornores A "QT FRED DEARDORFF NORMAN MARSHALL if 0. I I LUIN DEXTER JAMES PADGETT ff . 5 HENRY EAVEY CHARLES SCHANLEY , ., I J. ROLAND FIERO I BARTON SENSENIG G 'I SAMUEL GARVIN MARCUS SHOUP ,A P' JOHN HOCH I WALLACE TAIT -J, ' ' THORNTON TRAVIS ' .. . I 1 Freshmen fi " ALBERT B. BRODBECK EDWARD P. O,REILLY go ' ' HAROLD P. CLARK FRANK A. POWELL . Q' ALBERT C. FISHER VAN DORN ROCK ' 'Lg RUDOLPH H. JACOBSEN WILLIAM F. ROWLAND if ' M. H. MCCONNELL, JR. BYRON A. SLAUGHTER, JR. '- I ' MAITLAND A. MCHENRY JOHN L. UTZ - J if JOHN M. WOODSIDE .5 0 ' 1 . A. ' .V -w V . A A ' Qmfw ..,f 4 . . ,U Q- V, JV -. 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ROBERT RUSSELL REBELE 1 . ., I SAMUEL CROZIER FLEMING THOMAS SHALLCROSS 3D 'f .I ' I i FRANK EDDY KIEFER , JAMES WILLISON SMITH, JR. ' "' . 7 ROBERT SPRINGER MORGAN ROBERT CHARLES TODD M " - L- v. ' . lg ii ,I Juniors Q. - EDWIN THEODORE BAILEY E LAWRENCE BRADFORD RUSSEL I I 4 PERKINS HILLIER BAILEY ALLEN WAKEMAN SAWYER A I ROBERT ROLLIN COOKMAN, JR. PHILIP SHORE, JR. 'QL 'I .1 'N ROBERT JACKSON FULTON SAMUEL ALAN SLOAN, JR. IQ ' I WILLIAM BENNETT KRAFT, JR. JAMES ALAN STEPHENS Q. 5' PAUL TEGLER MEYER JOHN GODFRED WALBER, JR. I ' RALPH HOUSTON RICE, JR. DEAN CAVIT WILSON it 3.1. A Sopbornores GEORGE HENRY BARTH HANS WALTER HECKMANN if gg . EUGENE JOSEPH DALY HENRY LEWIS TREBERT 'Q . A , ALFRED CONWAY EDWARDS EDWIN LUCIUS WAYMAN, JR. I I , II U' - . f ' 5 Freshmen I A x A' HENRY GRAHAM BARBEE, JR. WILLIAM DAVIS LILLEY QM - -1 ALFRED WILSON CHASE JOHN FRANCIS MCFEATERS gg EDWARD THOMAS COX JOHN CONWAY MENIHAN q JI g ' FREDERICK WILLIAM DEGENHARDT, JR. ARCHIBALD WOODS PAULL 3D It i! . PAUL RUBEN FOIGHT, JR. EDWARD GREEN PINKERTON 19' T ' LESTER FREDERICK GRIEB ARTHUR WARREN ROGERS ALBERT GRIFFIN CHARLES EDMUND RUSSEL if 'L' HARRY EVAN HUSTON,,AJR. 'HENRY WINFIELD WICKENHISER A A 3 - V 'O .I 'I I Lf. . . 1 -HI 338 IB-- w GTHEU1Q2vm11E CORD l I 1 1 1 . I q P PAULI. HUSTON GRIEB ROGERS FOIGHT BARBEE PINKERTON CHASE MENII-IAN TREBERT EDWARDS GRIFFIN MCFEATERS COKE BARTI-I WILSON SLOAN AKRAFT COOKMAN BAILEY DALEY FULTON - MEYER SI-IALLCROSS BAKER STEVENS SHORE FLEMING BUCKLEY KASTEN RICE I 1, SIGMA NU 'N :Selig ' ' 1 wr T' . Q, fg I "' If f I 6 I .1 I I I 'Q X I 'I P i .1 I l P I U. i a ,1 I . 9 .Q K X 'A 5 0 I1 I B .1 ' 1 ,I 'O , I .A I 0' I I 1 ,Q 0 C 'Q l I .4 Q 'V ' I ,l I 0 ,I I 0. I O A so ' 04, so 'gg g gy " , ls, No' ' 04 , 0 1 in Q. . aQ 'Q,' 'g'-I gjwk -I -'i nn' ng Tp ' ' 1 I-Q1 339 Ip- ' fe,-T4 A 'W ,ar 'f 'IT-il-::?wfq W' 'F--"N '- C I' ' , -D ' .9" Q '- Lvl 52219 Z ?fBfQPS.IL CEO D. D 2'1" T' A V . v 'Tia - M, p a 1 u ratzrmtp ,, 'fk'f:r:11.- :gf-1 :B pffsi ' I 9' v -. AQEY' ' ' . . 39131 35111 flibunffr 3' ....-1' 53 H555 Y -. 219 SOUTH THIRTY-SIXTH STREET tg L' 19 5:5ihf5iT"'1 ' W , ' J . ,-I f I' ig Twenty-two Chapters. Founded Tn 1895 at ,I S Y. Trznmf College, Hartford Conn. 'I '-" :gf 11. "'i?"' I' . fi' 1 ' . ' ' ,O fgj ,, M Establzsbed 1896 " T fiivj-,i,':.--Q"' ,lv J . .P g . ' A . in W,. - FACULTY MEMBERS 3 A .K . ROBERT VINCENT BOLGER, B.S. IN ECON. EDGAR LEROY POTTS, A.B., LL.B. LEE NELSON GULICK, B.S. IN M.E. ISAAC JOACHIM SCHWATT, PH.D. JOHN ROBINSON HUGGINS, A.B. PERCY VAN DYKE SHELLY, A.B., A.M., PH.D. 'Lf GEORGE ARTHUR MACFARLAND, B.S. IN ECON. OWEN LOUIS SHINN, B.S. IN CHEM., PH.D. 9. 'rj ' PHILIP CHILDS PENDLETON, B.S. IN ECON. HAROLD SAEGER STINE, A.B. ' TREVOR BREWSTER JYATES, A.B. if, i' -1 I L' GA A ACTIVE CHAPTER , ' i I Seniors - fl v, ALBERT RUSSELL DREISBACH EDWIN CHAPMAN PEASE if Q' P WILLIAM BERRY HAMILTON ALEXANDER HARDCASTLE REYNOLDS JR. . " , ' ' JOHN LLOYD LISTER THEODORE WESLEY STEVENSON JOHN MOYER MEREDITH WILLIAM THOMAS WHITE . , t . sl Junrors ' CHARLES ROBISON ALLEN HERMAN LANGE, JR. I, J JOHN WILLIAM BUTTS LESTER FALLER LANGE f 1 WILLIAM BOWMAN BOYER EDWARD SKILLMAN LANNING P " HAROLD ALLING EDLUND JOHN BOWDEN NORTHRUP I. A KENNETH GARABRANT FAHS HENRY OWENS NORTON I RUSSELL CONWELL GRIFFITH HERBERT NEWTON SCHWATT Q REUEL STEWART KAIGHN WILLIAM ANDREW THOMPSON A f Sopbornores PAUL KELVIN ADDAMS JOHN CHARLES GREGORY 3 ' JOHN ANTHONY ARCHER EUGENE JOSEPH GUENARD l . ' ROBERT BROWN ARNOLD RALPH ROEHRIG JASPER ' A . JAMES ROBERT DODGE RAYMUND JOSEPH KERNER Q' RICHARD LEWIS DOLE GEORGE WALTER MCCOY, JR. JA" JACK CLAY DRESSLER JOHN FELIX MULLEN ALFRED GEORGE ENGELHARDT MORTON HERRINTON PHELPS Freshmen ELLIOTT ACKER COMPTON JOSEPH ALFRED MONROE, JR. l. 1 SNOWDEN EBLING BENTON CARRUTHERS MULLIKIN , ARMSTRONG JONAS FREDERICK WALTER LOUIS REICHARDT 1 fl RAFAEL GUTIERREZ HERNANDEZ EDWIN HENRY SCHADT ,ko LEONARD PERRY HOFFMAN ROBERT PERRY SCHERMERHORN , MALCOLM WHITE MILLER WARREN VAN ELMENDORF ,Q WILLIAM HENRY WESTPHAL, JR. , 1 I. ' . ' f 5-IDA' ,dp K , ..- W' 'i ,sq ' ' 9.4-A I . I .S.5. j 7' . Q ' gg,-P-"' Q Tafgafzg-,...S ., 5-,L..S.-Q:-p!E.T,1I.-..,,..C3.. 4.39.5-A Q --41340 1F-I MONROE REICHARD COMPTON EBLING PHELPS VAN ELMENDORF WESTPHAL HOFFMAN MILLER SCHERMERHORN FREDRICK SCHADT HERNANDEZ MULLIKEN JASPER ARCHER DODGE GREGORY MCCOY DOLE ENGELHART GUENARD MULLEN THOMPSON KAIGHN EDLUND H. LANGE L. LANGE LANNING BUTZ NORTON GRIFFIN STEVENSON FAI-Is NORTHRUF HAMILTON PHASE DREASBACH REYNOLDS KERNER LISTER ALPHA CHI RHO N u ns: L ' '54 fb ,J N V MZ 'XX ..--' f . " f Wifdvf' 'F . mb . 4, Qi ,, , 1 3 A K I f' ,. .-,fs if 5, 511 ,m f ' 1. 'A . - I,-f ?Ei'S1E?a. Naiu' : .4., i'5'E+',2'?' E fx , V., .Ei N ' M 4HrznK9" .CH 341 Ig.. fJ7coC?X9zbLEQf1'ZTHEE19 ZYQIRE Q ORDD1 7' 'S .5 2. ., Balm Gian Reita Jfratermtp .V l I I I 0. l - A' . ., QBmega Qlbapter ,. 'A 3533 LOCUST STREET 1 'Q Seventy-four Chapters. Founded in 1859 al 2' Sl! , A. --'41 Bethany College, Bethany, VV. Va. Af , , . 1 f I .- V . , Established 1897 ' .1 tis. 'h 1. ' xv. I I I x A. O. ' v I FACULTY MEMBERS ' ' v as JAMES P. WICKERSHAM CRAWFORD, A.B., PH.D., LITT.D. gg THOMAS POTTER MCCUTCHEON, A.B., PH.D. I 'A' ' ' HORACE M. BARBA, A.B., LL.B. ' ' Q' WILLIAM CALVIN HOOVER SLAGLE, C.E., SOD. he 3 4h FREDERICK S. SCHOFIELD, M.D. gf ' ACTIVE CHAPTER ' ' 9 . ' Io' n 3 W Senzors - Ii , f- WILLIAM ASHLEY HANSEN CARL ROBINSON KRIEG I P' ' ' FREDERICK JOHNSON JAMES FREDERICK MCLONEY ' 2' RICHARD JOHNSON KOONS - ROY EDWARD SLAGLE 5 4: JOHN WALTER VAUGHN :Ax - - Q Juniors 1. WILLIAM JOSEPH BRENNAN, JR. THOMAS WINDSOR HARRIS :Ax PETER JOSEPH COLE WILLIAM FREDERICK KUEHNE -' FRANK MAURAN CORNELL WALDEMAR FERNANDO LEE H1 ' ' WILLIAM JOSEPH DOWNEY ROWLAND BRADLEY SCOTT f ' Q' JACK ARCHIBALD FRASER CALDER PEARCE SINCLAIR 4 -'Q 5 HARRY ROGER GILSON DONALD GUNN CALDER SINCLAIR QA! , HARVARD WOOD I C I To Sophornores QQ gl' DANIEL CARLYLE GILMARTIN WFILLIAM DESMOND O,HARA H' CHARLES EDWIN HABICH DAVID DANIEL PALMER I." . A ROSWELL BEERS MILLIGAN WILLIAM DINSNIORE REINHAL1'ER X- ' 2' , ROBERT GIRARD MORONEY JAMES ALBERT STRATTON fi p , 1 w ,l JOSEPH EDMUND O HARA ALFREDO JUAN TORRUELLA .A. . DWIGHT EDWARD TUTTLE - . Freshmen Q!" WILLIAM DYMOND BENEDICT SAMSON MCDOWELL, JR. a 1 CHARLES FRANCIS BRENNAN ' AUSTIN EDWARD NOONAN I I' V HAROLD JOSEPH BROWN GEORGE STANLEY SAYLOR ' 21. ALBERT DE GROAT DAWSON CHARLES HERMAN SHEPARD A he A' VVILLIAM FRANCIS LARKIN, JR. ALBERT HENRY WHEELER, JR. . I JOHN WILLIAM WOERNER, JR. u ae . J " Q.. " Q v .. o .f I -- -I 6 ' 2"-' u -. . A ..4 ., , A 4 ,V 'Y A 0 -A1 342 1 A in - v- D A s . Y- ' X: 'N ' 13 --'L Wl ,QTH Bmw 2 7UR.E Q0 N I - - . I I P A 1 , I ,- I 1 5 , 5 s S Sv Q' fl l. LAO f 1. QQ X N., V rf ! 1 .i , 1 'i -i' f' f 1. ri "Y .I . s 'J 9 .IAN , V - 9 . 2 DAWSON NOONAN BROWN LARKIN C. BRENNAN WOERNER BENEDICT SHEPARD ' D HABICH STRATTON TUTTLE REINI-:ALTER MILLIGAN MORONEY GILhiARTIN SAYLOR GILSON COLE C. SINCLAIR FRASER W. O'I-IARA Dowwsv J. O'HAnA D. Smcl..-uk LEE ' HANSEN KUEHNE W. BRENNAN BAUGHEN Kmarc JOHNSON SCOTT Hmmxs WOOD DELTA TAU DELTA , . Z f D P Y 4 1 . 4 Wh F f ,f w I gl' WWWQW E 1.6 W .J ,y X i .nwwWMmHHwu ... E'mn111J!Ill liH ' ff! ' , Ng J gf 423,21 QQ? .N ,TA Uv uh U. , I 5- Q Qi. V f .19 l O 70 I I x I A' Qs S I O 1 ' l 1 U Al L ' ' - - - . . . ,,-'-w,- V -. . , .ff V- 5. . 'N' 1-h -. I N-L V .V 9 -S. N W 4 Qf Ayrvt: jpg' --21 343 121-- "ii-f""x' .g ' TR' 'R -"':'ff"m ' 3175 RE" .. ,. v E I T-"ZF R .- ' T2 N' .f , . 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' ' ELVIN FOSTER FREY HAROLD WILLIS PARSONS fl I EDWARD JAMES SULLIVAN I ,O . T R Juniors ' ' 2, WILLIAM DE REVERE COMSTOCK 2 Sophomores , I I.. LEE MANTEL BERGER WILLIAM HAMILTON NIVEN Q., 1 3 MARTIN BRILL JAMES MARK PRENDERGAST 'I X ' W CANNING ROGERS CHILDS WARREN DAGGS TUXILL - "h HARRY HALL GERE GEORGE TOWNSEND UNDERHILL - ' fn RICHARD DRUM LAIRD JAMES NELSON YOHE !" ROBERT LAWRENCE ZULLINGER :A . Freshmen . A v ROBERT H. BARNES KENDALL G. HATHAWAY H- I RICHARD BROCKWAY CHARLES F. HOWARD ,U A CALVIN S. GOSCH RAYMOND L. LANSELL A S , 9. J DONALD GOSCH EDWIN B. LIPP is ' I HENERY B. GUERNEY, JR. LAVERNE R. ROOT 1 I 4. A o ' . JAMES J. SLATTERY, JR. ' ., 2" 0, W 5. IE? --QI 344 IR-A rn W.. ... v '11 7 1 ,I V l 1 1 la aw ' ' 1 .U B 3. 5 D 9 1 .1 1 9 I 4 P x 'A U Q IJ 5 .1 In ly 'Y 9 - H w .x I lx I, - ' R N if I lx I W I l 'nv 2 x K 'A . 7 n" ' 1 Q2 U X x .A I Q I I A' I O l 1 I ,.' ' A ,C , E 19 U -- , 'tin l V' V, Q' C. GOSCH D. Goscn LANSILL LIPP SLATTERY GUERNEY HATHAWAY Q . HOWARD Bnocx-:WAY BARNES NWEN PRENDERGAST LAIRD Rom- BERGER V KENT SULLIVAN CoMs'rocK PALMER COUPER ZULLINGER DA LEY FREY GARDIN ER DELTA KAPPA EPSILON J fssssfssf, m ,. . , . .. :2E2EE2E1' ' J' - , 1 -. A- 1 gi I . Sqn ,,yyif'rll1l-1,,W ffm - vi' - - :fu - ' - 1 . A Q' , fr' 'A 'ig' W ,W 1 'nun 'Q 1 W U. I X ' 5 ' 0 ,, 1 O. Y L K ,Q 9 II' Q H ,I 5 Y w Q I QA Q1 Al 4, . 'Y 1 Q ,L 1 94 .1 ' 1 . I+' ., ,, 1, , W Y-I .- , gg, W 1 -4 f . - n " i- I1 W ,Q .A I 'I F . U '-QI 345 In., ,- E 5'1's?5QiTHE.Q1Qz 73111-QC ORDDf.146Qi .Q L THOMAS CONWAY, JR., PH.D. I SIDNEY SANDERSON, M.A. G. LLOYD WILSON, A.B. PERCIVAL M. WILSON, C.E. iBIJi bigma ikappa jfraternitp jllilu Cllbapter 3618 LOCUST STREET Forty-six Chapters. Founded in I873 at Nlassachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. I Established 1900 FACULTY IVIEIMBERS JAMES HERBERT HORNADAY, B.S. IN ECON. JOHN FINTON HUMES, A.B., M.A. u KARL WILLIAM HENRY SCHOLZ, B.S., A.M., PH.D. LEIGHTON PAXTON STRADLEY, LLB. ' ACTIVE CHAPTER .I ' 1 ,O U I I I lu .1 I .O 'I , I U. .1 ' 1 Al 'Q A 1 'I i 1 I 5 ,U I i 5 i I. Q i O 9' O' E 1 P I G li 1 'A I 4 0 I 2. 1 ,O 'Q X I .A .7 I I ,U 'o K x .A O .Y ' I ,O I K 1 I 0 ,. 'o 'Q X 1 .A .1 I I ,Q 'O ll 9. .v I I Al Y., K 4 .1 1 . I Al I l. I 0 . ' I Y Seniors .X RICHARD PAIGE AIKIN PAUL PERINCHIEF DAVENPORT B' A CHARLES EDWIN BARNARD JOHN RUSSELL KELLER u ' LYALL WILLIAM BOWEN JOSEPH STANLEY LENNOX ',Q LLEWELLYN CHAMBERS CHARLES THOMAS MAXWELL, JR. ' I .V . I A ALLEN GROVE CRESSMAN GERALD STALEY WILSON A' T STANLEY MANUEL WHITE , ' f - Juniors 1 Q CARL SHIPMAN ANDERSON WILLIAM ERNST KENDRICK Qu A , WILLIAM BERNER ANDERSON RHEINOLD TER KUILE Q f JAMES ABBOTT FRYATT NORMAN EDWARD MALONE 0' ' A IRVING LIVINGSTONE W. GLONINGER GORDON SMITH 'I V WILLIAM T. HAGERTY DONALD COURTNEY STREEVER i i Sophomores F ' KENNETH VIRGIL ANKENY JEROME K. CHENEY JOHN PLAKIAS . JOHN EDGERLY BARNES ALVAH FASSETT ' ARTHUR BROWN POOLE WA ' JAMES STEWART BECKLEY WILLIAM ANDREW LINDELOW EDWARD WALKER R A JAMES BIEHL ZELLER 1' , I .0 Freshmen A . JOSEPH E. EATON FREDERICK E. GIBSON PIERRE MALM ', I GUERT WILLIAM ENSIGN JOHN E. GILMAN, JR. JOHN R. NICHOLS H. BENJAMIN NORMAND ' ' 2 1 . TI. Q. 9 -6 A Eg? '1 gi 9' ' -'BI 346 IE'- 4 GTHEUTQ 2 YURE C 0 Rumba ENSIGN EATON MALM NORMAND PooL WALKER PLAKIAS ANKENY ZELLER NICHOLS GIBSON FASSETT GILMAN LINDELOW W. ANDERSON C. ANDERSON HAGGERTY MALONE KENDRICK FRYA-r'r BECKLEY BARNES SMITH STREEVER TER KUILE KELLER CHAMBERS BERNARD DAVENPORT CRESSNiAN MAXWELL WI-IITE AIKIN LENOX WILSON PHI SIGMA KAPPA New - ' 542, H235 E Ei 'ul Nacfffux I If swf iff' Iwi, ,Li:?Q.,5 Qfzakanf ,A " A '1 A 9529559 . A I 1 ff , ---I +A-v A '-- - - I '-:JI 347 Ir-- A . A 'fo A 1 M4 5 -A, ,EF ' ,1 1 . B., u v W x ui ' Qgt " Inf. -F L -' F L+' , 5 ., I uQ, I 1 , , FK uf AI, 1 '- lf 5 , G r G ,.-. 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EARL VOLLMER Freshmen ROBERT BEAUDRY JOHN BRIDGES NOBLE HALL ELLIAT HANSCOME LLEWELLYN HARPER JOSEPH HARTNETT LAWRENCE JACKSON WILLIAM KASTLER PAUL LEE ROBERT LOKEY LAWSON MILES CARRAL PRATT CONRAD SCHOWERER JAMES SWITZER GEORGE TATE FRANK THOMPSON FERDNAND VANDERGRACHT MILTON WETZEL 'Q I 1. .A I A I A EDWARD R. PURSELL I I QA' I Q' 1 3 ' 1 7. I Ll C I 'Q K X 0. .I 1 I ,C 'O I x 0. .1 ' 1 I I 'o K x 0. D Q I ,I I 'Q 1 I .A I 0 ' O I .1 I I Q I I I 'A I U I I I .4 ' I Ll I 'Q K I C. 0 .. ' I ,I . 0 1 1 U.. . W I ' I ,O ' ti' D 0 5, Q '- v. , -' 3 , I --21 348 IA.- ' ill? - ' F QTTCAH 45521 5 A wg HA f i i Q3 I I 42.13 jp A W'-i A Q. ' 153152 ffh .ax .. N' 5 I A aw? U L . ff? if 1. 5 5 C3 1 4 ,Q , Q 23: . i - ,F-, . 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REE,,Wi1faivA.5fim-.ffwf,A2,L+i2f:ff,ffLg,.,a.-,wif Af ,,iEA1EfXf2nbA:L3,4:,E:1yfg3f5sfz 349 11:-A " C .QTCH,EiE19Z72lURE CIORDD ' 1 U 'Sff' ' ' QE ' If , , I Sngma bn psnlun 1 A V' - ,2L?: 5 .g,,L A "1 .32 I-. !',f:,,,k z'g,H ,,'yIiI A ,R ,5 3909 SPRUCE STREET :'f"If+ II . . , . in F H I.. Fzfty-four Chapters. Founded In 1899 at Unwerszty . of Richmond, Richmond, Va. ,.-- - -' " - - ' A -A"-Q' ,i1f'fw 2"55 'Vooh' '52 Establzshed IOO4 EC 'fr I ' ' 5 V7 ' .v ': -f :f,.a7'Ez.'fF-zgiiiiafA.-.ff nf--.H . , A A ' ' ' R' ' lf'L.1ff?5-'25f3'f3f-ffif'37? kfSff'3'f??'5': ' ' "T - .5- . . ' ' FACULTY MEMBERS K I 4 CARL KELSEY, PH.D. WILLIAM BATES, M.D. IC MATTHEW WILSON BLACK, A.M., PH.D. ROLAND LAIRD KRAMER, A.M., PH.D. I G - WILLIAM HERBERT BLACK, A.B. . HARRY BELL MCCLURE, B.S. IN CH.E. A ' JOHN FRANCIS BRIDGEMAN, B.S. IN ECON., A.M. JONATHAN HOWE PUGH,'B.S. JN ECON. , CHARLES DEON FAWCETT, B.S. IN E.E. FRANK GOLDSMITH SPECK, A.M., PH.D. ' ALFRED IRVING HALLOWELL, M.S., PH.D. ' ACTIVE CHAPTER V' . Seniors 'A I FRANK MAXON ALLEN' CHARLES PROCTOR GIVEN RICHARD JAMES REILLY .- f CLIFFORD HENRY BUX CARL WILLIAM GSAND WALDEN JONES RICHARDSON A 4 ROBERT JOHN CIPCER JACK CUMMINGS HOSTERMAN CHARLES EDWARD WEBB ' ' ' HOWARD IRVING DILLINGHAM VERNON HORACE KUNKLE JAMES WELLFORD WHITE ' H HAROLD HENRY FROHLICH ROLLO BRUCE LLOYD JOHN FREDERICK WOLF ,, STEPHEN BANNINGTON SWEENEY, B.S. IN ECON. A . v m w-f m I w lr ul Op Q. ' Q . v - - ' 'Q 9' Q in ' ' -'O 0'-' -0 3- ' ' -0' 3- K ' up ' . ' 5-'Q 5'-Q' i."- ' F' . ' 'Q S' . O ' A f Q ,, -Y -.. 1 . 'O . QI 1 1' 5 ' . A Juniors ' CHARLES ALBERT BEHRINGER, JR. JOHN DAVIS KING EDWARD WILLIAMS BRIGGS, JR. EUGENE HURDLE LORENZ DENT ERVIN MARTIN LUTHER MACINTYRE WILLIAM FREDERICK FISCHER, JR. KENNETH RIAL STEAD MATTHEW JAY STOREY ALFRED HILLIARD BROADBENT EDWARD SPENCER BROWN EDWARD MAHLON CORSON LLEWELLYN FOGEL DRYFOOS EDWARD THOMAS EVANS WILLIAM CYRETZ 3D STANLEY JAY HARRIS ROBERT MILTON BEER RAYMOND MILLER CAPWELL WILLIAM RICHARD COLE, JR. JAMES STANLEY COOK Sophomores ANTHONY DRESSLER HERBST CHARLES RUSSEL HILLTON CHARLES HUSTON LACLAIR, JR. FRANK WADE MARTIN, JR. HOWARD- WHITE OMAN FRIDTJOF TOBIESSEN JAMES WIEGERING WILSON, JR. Freshmen HERMAN WISCHMAN FISCHER LEMUEL AUTEN GEYER HENRY CHEETHMAN GRAY ALBERT EDWARD LOBLEY CHARLES SCHAEFFER EMORY SIMMONS 51919 1-AI 350 IA- 'O X I M l O 7. I ,O O I 'O K 1 0. .1 1 I ,O I - , .. , 'O I y 0. 6' A 1 I ,O O 'O K x 0. I 0 ' I ,I I 'O 1 I .4 0 .1 I , , I v. I: I 4 .. I 1 ,O 5 'Q l I O. I Q1 1 I ,.l U O 'Q , I O. 5 U '1 I I ,O 'O X x 'x I 0 lf ' A Al 0 P 1 9. D of , I P O I I 1 I 'A 3 0 'Z' I .1 ' 1 ,I I! 'O X I 'A .1 I I AU U O K 1 .A l .1 ' 1 Al D O K x 0 Em E U19 2 71331 OO E DEX H. FISCHER COLE COOK BEER GAUER GRAY CAPWELL SIMMONS LOELEY BROWN BROADBENT TOBIESSEN MARTIN KuNIcI.E WILSON OMAN HERBST CORSON LORENZ Drwroos HILTON HARRIS LACLAIRE ERVIN STOREY FROLICH BRIGGS STEAD KING BEI-IRINGER MCINTIRE W. FISCI-IEE LLOYD GIVEN WHITE WEBB HOSTERMAN GSAND BUX REILLY RICHARDSON CIPCER DILLINGHAM ALLEN SIGMA PHI EPSILON 5? ,.,-f .-1, NX' 4, I .f. I . , e 2.1 X j 6, x f 1 fffiff ' lr, I ,I E5 l ' V J' -Q I 4: r r ,, - Q., 1 we f'Y5J7'?:siEiW 2'P'zT', ' ' Q so ' in no4. -p: . ' Ap ' " .f'- li ,sa , Q, ' 0 . 0- . fbrf I E-I --I 3, I Ng --:II 351 Ir-- gf? ,V n if g o 5 E I 1, 'D ml V! A9 ,. 15 ,A iv , ., E. , I , Qxl -. 3 - Q! ' a Yi i s .ww 9. '1 In ,V o I ,R it A -p Q lx ' l C 1. Ib 11 QI. w e .. 'Q I 'l I. 1 b 'l ,O 0 f if G 1 J L I 3. -I ,O I S3 739- E C 0 D- DQ: 191 iiamhha 1913i :Fraternity JU , Zeta Cibapter J 3800 LOCUST STREET fi? Sixteen Chapters. Founded in 1895 at Yale j College, New Haven, Conn 5 Q' Established IQO5 ei rg 3 P ACTIVE CHAPTER it-qi A S Seniors LQ STANLEY E. BNENFORD JOEL KAPLAN L A ARTHUR M. COHEN I GEORGE F. A..SI.INLOE I NATHAN M. FEIST SHEPHERD B. SCHWARTZ u Juniors N. G. KAINRICH A EDGAR STERN I RUSSELL LEVIN MAJOR L. STERN ' DANIEL E. PRICE LESTER STONE 3, A Sopbornores . l DAVID B. FINE HERBERT G. RATNER .- Il SIMON KAPLAN MURRAY ROSENBERG . LEON KAMINSKY LEE SHEURMAN , DAVID LEVIT SAMUEL A. STERN . HERBERT LUDWIG EDWIN C. STIEN 1 A 7 WILLIAM B. MELNICK HAROLD M. STIENMETZ . ' I Freslomen ' , I ALTAN BLAUNER J. W. GIMBEL W VICTOR B. GILBERT ROBERT NEWMAN ' ' ALBERT E. STIEN ,Q :fe .1 ' 1 ,O 'Q ,A x U. A-21 352 IA-- ! u Q W v -' a A w.. ' - , , ', . ' ,- 'Y - ' y' Q I" V1 V 7' 'w ,iw :ML 'F' -1j:fxj:.,vf-L. 1f'iY "'T???-fl E i Q me I 1 l ' if' , . 5 Q if ,V QQ iq' fy ,iw '. t I VI, Q Atv' A Q W 1 , ff , Q r U . f ggz 1 'J 1 A 1 . g,Ql 5? sk gm X . I X. , H J K A '. I 1 4' 3 NEWMAN GIMBEL A. CAPLAN RUSSEL STONE SHEURMAN STEIN f' t ' rg BLAUNER MELNICK Rosamssno Lsvrr S1-EINMETZ RATNER Fmz 5 Y , KAPLAN KAMINSKY LEVIN COHN FE1sT SWARTZ STERN fp. gf, PI LAMBDA PHI ,Nga , 5 ' 4 ,Q Ti, . I lg, , V ' ' ,V 2 5' ' ,-ffm ' 1' A' Qwf my 1 ,fgf L , I' u g Y ' 'Q Q 54:4 51,53 , 5 f I ' , gl, A Y I - - if 1 ff , 49. t lx 'S if w Q , .J A , , Z ' I, 1' ' , .Y -1 . , , ,Q A. 0. 3. 3,5 . " ' " D 1 9 1 ' ' - 1 'gf"f. "' .4' " 'ff' 6, -A l V-fl-' ' Q"'QfXf, f A 299' - N -LK?" TN QQ Ffffrt' N ' Q L,41:51DQFrii?f2Xe.4fiLix9m,.1E53?.1siq f5N22+i31 1-sf 353 Bc-- B EEE T TEST Q Z 7 3551 Q3 Qll Ti FL xi ' ' Y " " '?""'? """""' " Q15 W Qcania Jfraternitp I l-'J 'D jfranklin Qlbaptzr I 5 3907 SPRUCE STREET bi G3 Thirty-three Chapters. Foundedi IQO4, at University of I, f Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. fi J Established 1906 ' FACULTY MEMBERS EDWARD LODHOLTZ, M.D. COLLIER FORD MARTIN, M.D. RAYMOND MORGAN, PH.D. GEORGE E. NITZCHE, LL.B. GWILYM EMYR OWEN, PH.D. ROBERT RIEGEL, PH.D. LEON ELKANAH SMITH, B.S., M.A. PHILIP SAMUEL STOUT, M.D. f mg WILLIAM ALBERT CAPON, D.D.S. L' J. RUSSELL DOUBMAN, B.S. IN ECON., LL.B., I C, M.A., PH.D. I EDWIN M. FOGEL, PH.D. , LELAND JAMES GORDON, B.S. IN ECON., M.A. GEORGE HARVEY HALLETT, PH.D. WILLIAM D. HARKINS, A.B., LL.B. A ' WILLIAM ROY HOCKENBERRY, A.M. 1 5 Q I J 'uh 'J .bg I I 6 - I Ia T c A v - i. I- 4- e Q a A , L e 0 e ' " - " P' . S ".. Q' ,H ... , 'Q . w 'Q 9' , , "'. P' 1 1- "'- 3' 4 4. .5 if .H .5 1. .- 4. .E f. Q SOLOMON S. HUEBNER, M.S., PH.D. JOSEPH JOHNSTON SUTTON, B.S. IN ECON. K J! DAVID B. JEREMIAH, A.M. BENJAMIN A. THOMAS, A.B., A.M., M.D. 4 It JOHN FRANCIS JEREMIAH, B.S. IN ECON. JOHN REINERT WHITAKER, B.S. IN ECON. , FRED DICKSON WOOD, D.V.M. I' V ggi? ACTIVE CHAPTER V f l Seniors lj DONALD G. CORBETT NORMAN P. MORTENSEN EDWARD P. SMITH 1 ORVILLE E. DIMMICK HOPKIN T. ROWLANDS JOHN VERNON STANGER I ' - TORRY J . LUCE T. FOYE SHUMAKER DENNIS B. STOLLINGS ff' Juniors ' if JOHN R. BELL ALEXANDER G. HARRIS U. FLOYD RIBLE I SAMUEL S. DIEHL TRONDER H. JOHNSON WALTER J. ROSSER it GORDON W. FINDLEY GEORGE G. PARKE H. WARDEN WILSON ev I Sophornores ARTHUR D. COLLINS THOMAS A. JOHNSON JOSEPH' R. MCFATE . 6 FREDERICK W. WHITTLESEY , Tit A A 5 Freshmen 'W CAROL E. HONTZ GEORGE W. HUDDELL JOSEPH P. JAQUISH ' A WALTER J. SMITH .. I ,p 'I if '-:JI 354 IP:-' 1 ' ' -' f --" ' V -Y .A ",-' " ' ' ' ' ' -"4 C ' I " 'Y 7 Y Y I' Y' "' 1 Ti Y Y " ' ' A ' r' ,"s"'Q'L"x 'T' it" "', ifff?f7?5 H ElQlf?,,-1,7 .QQ E-,LQQQ R KE ,4 - M I 1- - Vg?-gg. Q9 5 fi iv ? 5 If? X A Q ,5 X Q A... I BELL E H.-mms Fmnusv MCFATE Rosssn ROWLANDS I JOHNSON RIBLE .IAQUISH PARKE WHITTLESEY HAN1-z Hunosu. SMITH - ' SHUMAKER Dmmxcx DIE:-u. SMITH STOLLINGS MoR'rENsoN Co1.LxNs ' x ei ACACIA -10 I N' . A U 1 III' Y SJ .,,yiW5 I vW:,gwJ.,i -,.' . K ,W I ....- :Z K' .I - 1' - ' WTWF in ' f 0 4 i ff 1 V AWK. H Y 'Y:Af ' v in 5 -WW : Vfh' Q fWfm1,W, i, A -: ,," Jr N ' Q X ,, Ar-. u .. ' . A if B . : 1, r 9. ' 0 - .-Nu .1 li . - Q. V - --.. .-.,.-- if ' - . ff , ' ."f1f-"H1U'5" '- fm-XAQQA W . R, Q 1 --:II 355 Ir:-A '-Ti" ""N"'N 'Nu' ' is' - v' ,1-. '-fr . S . E QQ? 739 E C O R DD ,Q ,, :S I va VZ' - Kg Zeta Esta Gian ,' :Fraternity I4 AY I Qlibzta Qlhapter ,Q 3819 SPRUCE STREET " c,.?" Q V. Sf Thirty-four Chapters. Founded in 1898 g, Ht at the College of the- City of New York, New I A' A f York, N. Y. Establzsbed 1907. , ? FACULTY IWEMBERS ' A HERMAN B. COHEN, M.D. . - NORMAN S. ROTHSCHILD,.M.D. ., fl' MYRON ZACKS, M.D. "5 .X L., ' ACTIVE CHAPTER . , 0' , 'A J Seniors A ARNOLD BUCHSBAUM A SIDNEY O. LEVIN . DI Y MARION DAVIS S. ELDRIDGE SAMPLINER - .- RICHARD K. EINSTEIN WARREN SAMUELS' V.. ' HENRY GILDRED BERMAN SCHOENFELD JACK HELD A AMSON C. TABOR II' JAMES S. ULLMAN S .9 'Y' Juniors :IX ABRAHAM L. BASHWITZ RAABS LEWIS J V WALTER BIBO ALFRED ORNSTEEN ,J LEON BUTLER HARRY W. PFEIFER, JR. 'fy' JOSEPH I. GRIMES EDWIN M. PHILLIPS A' CARLYSLE HELD ROBERT STRAUS . -. JOSEPH S. LEDERER HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER J.. JUSTIN F. LEEKER WILLIAM S. WOLF vl 1 JOSEPH B. LENZNER ALFRED ZELTER .A Sopbornores ',v FRANK BARRON RICHARD LEVI IRVING GLASSBERG RICHARD ROSENWALD f A ROBERT H. HALFF CHARLES WOLF . J BERTRAM KASINDORF FRANKEL WOLFF 'Q at Freshmen - ,. NORMAN COHN MAX LIVERIGHT ' ' IRA FALKENSTEIN JOSEPH LOUCHHEIM 27, RICHARD FRIED LESTER SAMELSON I! JAMES FRIESLEBEN LAWRENCE SCHNADIG , 3 SAMUEL HART EDWARD SCHOENBERGER ,. WILLIAM HEINSHEIMER ARNOLD SIMONS xg HAROLD LEEKER LEONARD WOLFE A" .5 -- -Q ' - ' .' V- jv '--. -.. .gt V' M , . V Q, , -11 356 IA. Q1fHm1fm-mga c Qami 1 :sw I xx 'n ' .- ilu, - lg 0 n l ,Q x! , . , 'jf ,Q 'V 1 - 11 X . ' 'D ix 1, 1- 1 . 1 , . -F 1 ni -Q ' w ' o I' I AL TU V x Q,- P SCHOENBERGER HEINSIMER Cox-nv H.LEExER FREISLEBEN SAMELSON Ram SIMONS SCHNADIG FALKENSTEIN L.Wc1 FE Loucx-:Helm A Llvxzmcx-rr Gmmns LEDERER S-rxmus J. LEEKER BUTLER ORNSTEIN Woua PHu.r.xPs BAsHwrrz Buao ZELTER TIEFFENBRONNER ,- 4 TABOP. ULLMAN SAMPLINER LEVIN DAVIS BUCHSBAUM SAMUELS SCHOENFELD Gunmen EINSTEIN HANSTEIN , g HART BARON KASINDORF LEVI HALFF GLASSBERG F. WOLFF C. WOLF R. ROSENWALD iw. . I L ,ly 4 ZETA BETA TAU 31 Q .ff ,-- ri? J ,Af , 9 , 2 I 3 ' , A 5 . V img. ' o"0 'M A W, A, . U 0 n Il f Qqnagw , ' '.gxuuu1l"Jf" 9 6 fflfmgmnmnnugi if K- Y :Ji , X -aff! - SEP, 3' L f 2 L 1 Q 9 S Wh C N . -fi Q 1 9: .E '5 ', 5 "--' Ji' J f:W ,V ' 5,1 .1 4 J . 3 - if W2 BTW V Wg! I Q, ' X.-5' E 12595 ' 'A ,t n l , X. . "U , 1 ' Q. 2 ,A u 1 9. -' .1 ' I .O 'o , I .A .1 ' I .O 'U , x U. I D .1 4 . E F I ' L I .I ' 1 ,Q 9 2 I .Y ' 1 ,Q 'n l I lx .1 ' 1 ,I 3 X x D1 .1 I 1 ,Q 'Q x X .4 .Y ' 1 ,s Q O 0 u ' Rl W. nl -H ' j . Q - .1 ,. pl ' e v QM, 4, Q JC., -- --1I357Ihf- 31 Q 13 373915 Q9 R 'O 3 1 Sigma 19131 blgma fraternity ,. I ' 1 ,Q Zllpba Qlbapter ' ' 'Y 3914 SPRUCE STREET N: 9. 3 Fourteen Chapters. Founded in IQO8 at the University of .. V Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. , Established 1908 , . I 3. FACULTY IVIEMBERS I . MORRIS JEFFERIS BABB, B.S., PHD. WILLIAM EASBY, JR., C.E. q, -I' , ' EDWARD POTTS CHEYNEY, A.M., LL.D. WALTER WOODBURN HYDE, A.M., PH.D. ' WILLIAM HARRISON KAVANAUGH +9 . n. W , 2'. I ACTIVE CHAPTER , if . . K V " Seniors ' GERALD J. GABRIEL STANLEY W. MICHAEL I I ALBERT L. KLOPFER, JR. CHARLES E. MIDGLEY, JR. fy . EDWIN R. KYLE CHESTER C. SLAYBAUGH I' F . ALBERT C. LOHMANN ELROY P. WALKER I .U h J. HARMON WILSON, JR. J Juniors 1.4 U HOWARD T. BRENNER CARL R. NELSON L' . ERNEST A. FARRINGTON, JR. A. HARTJE RIDDELL ' ROBERT G. FARRINGTON MAHLON K. ROBB HERBERT V. LOESCH GEORGE E. TAYLOR ff' FORD MCD. MARTIN NORMAN WOODWARD " Sophomores . MALCOLM L. HAZEL BIRCH B. PHILLIPS I, I MERWIN W. JENNINGS ERNEST H. SLAYBAUGH CHARLES E. KLINE, JR. JOHN F. STUEMPFLE fl tgl Freshmen 'A FREDERICK S. ANDERSON WILLIAMS W. MURRAY Kg. EZRA V. BOYER W. BOOTH SETTLE, JR. -xl HERBERT J. BUECHER CHARLES L. SHERMAN 3D fit RALPH E. DEMENT HERMAN L. SPRAGUE ' ALFRED W. HESSE ROBERT A. STREET Q-- SAMUEL G. JACKSON ROBERT S. TOWEY I' I, LAWRENCE W. KENNEY, JR. DONALD E. WAITE HAROLD C. KILPATRICK ALDEN H. WEED " D.. I Q' A " U4 ' ' V' -f . " , Y Y - ' " 'f S, , ' A 1 Q ffifgfrgz y A , E -16.9 --:II 358 IE-- Q Ax' M A , W Q-.573 15, amig -2375? ,J Q. A F 5' X, -2 Q by vcwrmf fxyfgfwgp- -Y-:Eff A "" M 'J ' ' ' "ny "'ifLT"i'j':'iY'A ri A R-5 N - WAITE SPRAGUE TOWEY SHERMAN KILPATRICK KENNEY BEUCHER SETTLE L ,V PHILLIPS STREET JACKSON DEMENT ANDERSON KLxNE MURRAY HESSE E. SLAYBAUGH ' Loxsscl-1 HAZEL E. FARRINGTON JENNINGS RIDDELL NELSON BRENNER . . MIDGLEY KYLE LOHMANN C.SLAYBAUc1-1 . MICHAEL R. FARRINGTON MARTIN N SIGMA PHI SIGMA 'Q ,- Kg,-., A MQ if 1: ,H i, W1 .x 9 ' , W ' va I-I:-N 4 7 ,', , Jsyoe ' f' fi ID f XXX , f . Q. XX X I AQ I W . A - Fu QI' ffEix5:w?i,3?5V Q , . X L , .,, X .E 11 1, L 'gf' .F iii . 5 'W Qs 1. I J R n 1 G., FY- 'bl P I f , , . 1,1 ' T pt 9 ,, qv' L. f nf ' , 5 W 'O E X 3 X 1 'Y I ui A J E4 A I V . Q NN K V ' x 2 3 . 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Q ' I I ACTIVE CHAPTER ' '. za Seniors ' P Ax I EDWARD ALBERT BERG GLENN SCHROER ERDENBERGER JAMES JOSEPH KELLEHER I . 5 EDWARD WINSLOW BOWERS CLYDE GREY GOODMAN WILLIAM ELDRIDGE MASON 5. gf WITHEAT THOMPSON CUTLER FRANK WILSON GOADE JOHN HARRY MILLER ' 7 CHARLES SCHUYLER DOERR JAMES REGINALD HARMON ROBERT LESLIE PIKE "I . ' 7 GEORGE HOWARD WALTON ' C ' I A . A Junwrs :A 1 . EDWARD POWELL BAILEY MORLEY PAUL LUTZ GEORGE ALBERT RODEMAN -. C ' JAMES LOUIS BARREN ALEXANDER BYRD MACDOWELL MALVIN'WALTER RUNYON h ROBERT FRANKLIN BROWN WILLIAM FOSTER MCKENNEY GEORGE JOSEPH SCHREINER 3D I ROSCOE BASIL BUZZELL JOHN WILLIAM MENCH GEORGE N. J. SOMMER 2D id I. U ALAN CORSON 2D HENRY ALEXANDER MILLER ANNESLEY MORTON STEWART 0 . KENNETH WRIGHT GLIDDEN EDMUND JACOBY OERTER HOBART RICHMOND WIMBLE 'i ROBERT CAMERON HUTCHINSON ARMAND JOSEPH PEARTREE ROBERT DAVIES WITTER if .1 'J HENRY FRANCIS LEUTHOLT RALPH ILIFF WOOD 'A ' . Sophomores - 'Q JAMES LACKEY CRAWFORD LEROY JOHN HEPBURN ALBERT RICHARD ROSE gf 3, DANIEL ALTEMUS D'AMOUR ROBERT EMORY HITCHINS JOSEPH GEORGE SCHAAF CHARLES WOODPORD DAYTON WILLIAM GRANT LAUIERBACH JOHN JOSEPH SHOBER L .i DAVID WALTON EVANS 2D PAUL VINCENT MURPHY WILLIAM HACKETT SULLIVAN lj ' RICHARD ANDRUSVLQGEDEN Vx 2 Q " 0. , v . Freshmen ' . .. HAROLD EUGENE CARNAHAN RONALD BERWICK MACKENZIE ' ' lx GEORGE HUDSON EBBETT GEORGE WALDEN MACLAUGHLIN fl '- I JOSEPH LEO GOODE FRANK W. MCCLATCHY ZD . ,l A ' EDWARD HENRY HEGMANN HAROLD CHESTER MORGAN A , .1 FORD RYERSON JENNINGS THOMAS PRITCHARD ,P " KENNETH JOSEPHSON DONALD WELLS REED 2D ie A' ' CHARLES EDWARD KRAMPF LOUIS YOUNGLOVE SCHERMERHORN 2D " ' JOHN PATRICK LOOBY JOHN GURDON STEELE - ' CHARLES JOHN YARRICK I ,- f-I ..: -X T N H - V. ,- -V V' , V,A4 . N . H ... , -Al.. . I, K., p a . --:JI 360' IE-- A A 'QiZf?'mR,EESQ0 - r I g ,' A! 1 . .1 I u . 4 ' .. ' if 9 3. K, I 1 F9 U QI, I v O l I .A .1 ' m , I 4 I' U' 'I ' I I I, V I I C' n if ' 1 AL . .9 ,N I ,gg gf? If . J. lf, ij A ' f-In , A. . 1 , i ,- wg Qtgbxi Mr, CRAWFORD HEGMANN EBBETT MORGAN STEELE MACLAUGHLIN CARNAI-IAN KRAMPI2 I-IITcI-IENs MURPHY SCHERMERHORN JENNINGS . ' ' Y Goomz DAYTON Q, REED PRITCI-IARD SULLIVAN EVANS OERTER LAUTEREACI-I MCKENNEY RUNYON LEU-rIIoLT WIIN1BLE SCIIREINER BUZZELL HEPEURN RosE 5 Ak UA ' MENCI-I HuTcI-IINsoN STEWART MCDOWELL BAILEY KELLEIAIER GLIDDEN SOMMER BERG CORSON GOODMAN GOADE , V' DOERR MILLER PEARTREE BARREN WALTON CAMPBELL ERDENBERGER BOWERS HARMON 5 , G- I Al ",', DELTA SIGMA PHI .I -, I 4 ' V X . , W Q' L 1 "' b nfl N 'F it R l. , I. ' 'W E -WI Q, IIN -I - fi Y gm - 71 JV ' . IQI E NN ab I' W, Ai-1 , I A . , , J xx? I K j , I1 ' f X ' , me I iq V "' I 2 Q , f' X X 'Q ', , I ' " 0 '1 , AQ fi L I U. A I - 'fihl . gi - . - Agg, I V L! 4 'I Q L gr A -gu i - l-Q, K D I: 5 , Qj lzfts- . + -s L, A AETQI 5 + A I ., w 'I . 0, --LW,,,YI,Af15QW3' li v. V-21 361 If-' EFEIQZ TZHPLE C O RDD 5 2 g .0 C T ' . fl A A B1 Reita Epsilon :fraternity f' ll I V. ' 1 , 1 -0 A , I Qlpba Qlijapter -. ' j -.A 'i 3609 LOCUST STREET Il: L Ti i :ll O. I . , ,O A Six Chapters. Founded in IQO8 ' I ' , at U. of P., Philadelphia, Pa. , I' I 125 Established 1908 'Q I ' I .5 Q- 0 4 , 5 1311- 2.x ,ve FACULTY MEMBER lf, It . , DAVID T. ROWLANDS, B.S. IN ED. . i . Q' S 'o .L ACTIVE CHAPTER g 1 ' F Seniors ' .. . JUDSON C. BRIGGS GEORGE E. JONES 2' , J. HUELL BRISCOE EDGAR M. MYERS , FINLEY E. CAMPBELL CHARLES J. RELLER I HAROLD L. CARSON I WALTER W. RELLER JAMES C. CREW GEORGE W. SMEDLEY X FLOYD G. DAVIDSON J. WAYNE WILSON I A Juniors 5: WILLIAM A. BRADLEY, JR. WILLIAM J. RUSSELL ' HARRY M. CUMMINGS J. FRANKLIN SLOTTER f KENNETH F. DAVIS PAUL D. SPANGLER 1 I In RUSSELL A. DAVIS WALTER F. SPARKS HERBERT T. FERREE ALBERT F. SWARTZ JOSEPH P. FORGY WILLARD E. WEITZEL 2 JOHN OTIS LONG JOHN C. WHITE . Sophomores li JAMES R. BROWN, JR. L T. ALLEN GLENN, JR. g CHARLES A. DICKENS C. EDWARD MOUL HENRY N. FANZ ROLAND M. PENNEWELL 1 NEUMAN W. HAWKE FRED B. PRIESTLEY I ROBERT E. STEVENS . fi :Ll .., 1 if I ' ,Ag f Lx." I ' i"' -AI 362 ' L ? WZ 1 ' E YU, n DD Z ' ' ' xv: 5 f. ' N 0, 4 Q ' M 1155 E sl ' 9 ' Q 5 A 5 :X 5 2' J 5 , 1 . A l I 0' 0 I R Q 1 Qi A , f f f :Zz A . ' M141 363 'Ic- M mm C i j..QTIj EQ1Q zo VER E C O RDDSQ Hllpba 195i Jlzraternitp - QEp5iIun Qlijaptzr 39 I 3 WOODLAND AVENUE Eight Chapters. Founded in 1907 at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Established IQO8 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. E. T. BOOTH V.M.D. DR. W. J. LEE, V.M.D. ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors GEORGE M. LEIGHOVV LYNN A. PETERSON CHARLES E. MASSINGER ALLEN S. VANSANT RUSSELL S. BEARDSLEE JOHN D. BECK LEE MCD. ESH MAURICE W. HALE CHARLES E. HUTT CLAUDE L. LAMMEY WILLIAM E. MARTINDALE STEVENSON MOORE, JR. ' EDWARD A. WEBB MAX L. WENDLER Juniors CLAUDE W. MILLER ERNEST W. RACKLEY WARREN B. RAWLINGS TAYLOR P. ROWE CHARLES F. STARKE CLARENCE M. STEVENS MELVIN L. SWEIGARD CHARLES E. WATSON GORDON A. DOETSCH ORVILLE H. DRUMM WILLIAM M. LUKENS JAMES V. MCCAHON LESTER R. BARTO ABRAM T. BOWEN MERTON L. BRIGGS HAROLD E. DAPSON CHARLES M. DIBBELL Sophomores Freshmen JAMES R. WEST WINSLOW E. MERRILL JAMES A. MUFFLY SAMUEL F. SCHIEDY JEAN V. SMITH EDWARD D. MCKINNEY RICHARD M. PARRY DONALD M. SNOW CORNELIUS F. SULLIVAN ? . 'Q lx o. 0 ,1 I I ,O v I lx I 4 . 1 I I L. Q 'o -x .1 '1 ,Q 0 0 , , A U. P. l l x 0 o I 0 I I 'O 1 I 9. 5 O .1 I I ,O Q I 0 1 1 04 9 U .1 ' I ,O I 1 K 1 PALACE- H. SEITZ 'A .. ' 1 ,Q I O Q K I I I I o ' 1 ,Q QSLLJ-rffir? H is 0 ."ECr-NL..-ck . A--g if. .1-by I A M - .T"T.. -E' - A I 9 .. -.21 364 Ie-A L53 " W - A-'A 7 T ' A 0 V774 ' " - gi--ge Y f x ' f Iii " ll ' 7 Lm..JC,..mJC-:mx Wa WWMI . S3111-1 Bmw 2 7UREQQ13, DD I -I - , if.. M .1 I , I lk- , I' AI. ' I Q 'vi , I L 1 1 F I! QT A1 P 1' 1, -' Nj, 2 - . ' I U iq "li f I, .1 ' I I H if ' wi ' Ig Ig I , A to if T , .1 Qu- , , . Y 'Q 2, I A Ep. M, . I . ' 0 I , If T Y 1 SEITZ BARTOW DAPSON WEST BOWEN DIBBELL . A ,S I MCKINNEY DOETCH LUKINS BRIGGS MERRILL MUFFLY SMITH PARRY ' SULLIVAN -' sf .nf I SCI-IEIDY SWEIGARD LAMMEY BECK HUTT RAwI.INv:s RACKLEY WATSON MILLER SNOW ' - I ROWE WEBB VANSANT LEIGHOW BEARDSLEE MOORE PETERSON HALE STEVENS if I v -- v QA,- I 4 ALPHA PSI J. .1 lr -1 I T. 5 f ,, J ' ' G .QE W ,I I.. Ik I 3 I ' Q ! I r ' Im 'mu I Q 7 I J" mr "um, 1 , I X' 'I . 4 ik I ' I 2212 I ' 1 Allw 9 Ji I T I , -. -I If .K , ,is . LM -- I A ,I 'Q QQ -F -'nn-- , I , " 1 J ' 1 - V J M 2 I I, 'Ig I li l- L. 'QA . , L v .. I ' I I .4 'I IQ. I I7 X . I' I3 I I" K 1 A. O. . ,, .. ., L ' A ,g 0. ,Q . . ., il ' 'Qi f ' h"Q V ' - 31 ' E- may A .QP - ' ' 'Q-5. 1 HUF' Q 1 J- N 'X' Q. . - -. I . I Sw- I -- - . , f ,.,-ff1,I2'ff99'W5z -.11 365 15- LJ I me gljfofjf-EE C O II Dej j j Q Qigma 1Bi fraternity Z1BeIta Qllijapter 3928 LOCUST STREET Twenty-eight Chapters. Founded in 1897 at Vincennes University, Vincennes, I nd. Established 1909 FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. D. L. WALLACE ASSISTANT PROF. W. J. CROMIE DR. FRANK A. FOX ACTIVE CHAPTER ' 'O X X .A 1 .1 ' 1 ,O 0 4 'Q l X 0. . .1 I I ,O I 'O ,A x Q. .Y 1 I ,I 'U 0 'O K x 0. 0 b .. I ,O I 5 'O I I 0, . I U O P .1 I I ' I l .I i F I I 'U ' 1 ,O U 'Q K x Io. . 9 9 o ' I ,O A G 0 I 1 u O 0 0 ' 1 ,O S 0 Q Seniors CHRISTIAN H. BRANDT FREDERICK M. MENTZER L CALVIN W. DAY RUSSELL R. PLASS i. A PHILIP F. FRY FREDERICK G. REHNER 5 ELLIS R. WARING I Juniors - - I LEONARD H. BLAND JOHN R. PRITCHARD, JR. S ROY A. CURL HOWARD L. SANDS if 4 LLOYD H. ELLIOTT ROBERT M. SANKEY ' L JOHN B. MACK, JR. HANS P. UMBACH SPENCER A. NORRIS LARUE S. WAGENSELLER Q Sophomores I LOUIS K. BUELL WILBUR S. JEFFERY . FRANKLIN P. COMES, JR. WILLIAM O. KAISER DANIEL F. DE BEIXEDON C. WAYNE LACOCK DAVID J. ESPIE WILLIAM OLDHAM AA KENDALL S. EWER HAROLD W. OLSEN CHESTER D. HEBB DANIEL ORT GEORGE L. JENKINS CORTLAND SMITH ' . ' FRANK J. STRASSNER A Freshmen ' FRANK R. BRADEN, JR. EDWIN I. LAMONT f , HARRY F. DOMHOFF WILLIAM A. NEELD y RICHARD F. GOEKE RAYMOND S. PERKINS ' l JOSEPH L. HUNSBERGER RICHARD N. RICHARDSON ' DAVID L. KURTZ C. EDWARD VAN DUSEN . 5 ' -V . r , -"' .Ah-. - .r, f-ag - ., ,.. - W . , My -- 4-21 366 IEA Y' Ks 'QU '91 xr k A 2. . 4, nf? :A " 1 'f f , V ,Q 1 A ,. 'Wx Ulf Qfiif if 1.. Hi AAV' , l ' 2 A I . :Q Qifz 4 .. if T ,yt K lx .1 Ji: a o Ag , Y .A I . I -gfif.. w E43 'V MV, .,J,,.5. 'J rs Q S. fi Q f MJT! a . N D- -- .--A4 iff? ' wi DQMHOFF NEELD HUNSBERGER Gosxs LAMONTE g ORT VAN DUSEN BUELL LAcocx OLDHAM Umsocx Xvfj ' -N5 BLAND WHITTAKER BEIXEDON Ewan Comms Hess STRASSNER 'Jaw Q LE Doux BRANDT REHNER PRITCHARD MENTZER Cum. SANDS KAISER DAY SANKEY SIGMA PI A-,I A wb K bpiaia - A qi s 4i P4 V Y- ' A LQ' fn' W 1. qm'WU.'i1f"l25 SZ I X EJMMQQI ,, N 1 ff ? 2. ,, , .A 1 1 , 5 sm Q 3 W ,N EN ' - ' r lk ' AN W 'Y 521 'L iii A vf , J ' " A Q4 1, ' ' ' ' -73, -w . l ,V A Q ' 9" , J if g 11. ' 5' "-5TfE1' f '? 4 in Jay , 3- . A ".,1 1 'C 'fbv , R wx mx. -' na 5 . 2 5 .1 K' . " 5 L ' , 1, u c xt-.f lf ' .bt K' ' if-.S a 2 f. fr :Af-fizfri ' ' ...fig T A -nfs ' 'wg HA A A WWA- A A QA-A vgfgfaslg A ., A A S . A ,1L,wmfQr,z Ei A-11 367 1A- S - . -,ig T 4 , ,.,, A , ...QA . Iu,C?B...LL.. JSLTHLEIIQ .2 2.211 E CSO RDLA, f 'TT' - ' - x C ' 'A NJ' J A U15 QE ' ' " ., beta hu jfraternmtp ,, 1, 1. ' N' n o 1' . 7 ikappa Gllbaptelr fp ' 3817 SPRUCE STREET o. 'O . O' gl Forty-four Chapters. Founded zn 1856. Ii , Established IQI2 4' ' '. L, K ., . 7 0 I - I ' 3. T FACULTY MEIVIBERS' Q I - Y . 0 5 I EARLE DE WITT BRANDT, A.B., M.A. SAMUEL HOWARD PATTERSON, PH.D. 'I NIICHAII. MICHAIL DORIZAS, PH.D. CHARLES ANSON RANDLETT WARDWELL, B.S., M.A A' ' WALTER REICHNER FARIES, A.B., LL.B. JOHN ROBSON SKEEN, B.S., M.A. r , .1 DANA GREENLEAF HOW, B.S. IN ECON. HOBART STEVEN PERRY, PH.D. . ' A GEORGE PHILLIP WILLIAMS, A.B., .LL.B. ,Q 1 ' -A f . ACTIVE CHAPTER N Seniors ' Q51 l .i Q. HERBERT ANTHONY AMEISEN WILLIAM MCCANDLISS LEE FRANK PARRISH SCHWARTZ , . , P P 1 JOSHUA ALLEN CHRISTIAN WINIIIELD MACLURE MCALISTER GEORGE. EDGAR STEIGERWALD , I ,I WILLIAM EDGAR CLEAR, JR. ROBERT BERNARD MULLER WILLIAM HARRIS STEVENS, JR. . ' 1 I 2 WILLIAM JOHN Cox, JR. HAROLD MILTON POST ADOLF KREUTZER VOGT ' 1. GEORGE KING GARDINER MYRON EDWARD ROBERTS ZACHARY TAYLOR WOBENSMITH II 1 I, WILLIAM EUGENE HENDRICKS CHARLES STAGG ROGERS WILLIAMWINTERBOTHAMWOODSIDE Tl ' I , A Q. Jumors - A J'-Y' ARTHUR MERRICK BLAMPHIN JOHN MA1'ER KURTZ NORMAN BUDD ROCHE 'I A ', HOWARD TOWNSEND BONGAARDT WARREN THOMAS NAGLE JOSEPH FOLWELL SCULL, JR. L' ' 1' WILLIAM JOHN GEGGIS, JR. SAMUEL FELLOWS NEWMAN WALTER HERMAN SWETTMAN ' 3 I 4 I ' ' .1 ALLAN THOMPSON HOLLOWAY FRANKLYN HERBERT PENNELL JOHN CLIFFORD WELCH I ' 1 ROBERT WORTHLINE JOHNSTON HERMAN COLLIER PHILLIPS JAMES ALEXANDER WILSON A, WOODBURY LEW YOUNG V J Sopbomores ' " Q' A N I ALAN RITNER ANDERSON ROBERT BERKHOUT JOLLY HAROLD WILSON MEAD U-' JOSEPH HERMAN BELAVAL THOMAS MACDONALD JOST WALTER EDWARD PRICKITT pg , A ALFRED4 S. BUTZ, JR. MORGAN SCOTT MACDONALD PAUL THOMAS SCULL , A ' JOHN JAMES DOUGLASS, JR. CHARLES ERVIN MCGLAUGHLIN GEORGE HENRY THAYER 2D I 2 V WILLIAM HENRY BREHM HUGHES WILLIANI HENRY MCKEEVER, JR. FRANCIS HAINES YOST A 1. l x .0 g Freshmen ' 4. . O U DAVID JAMES DARLEY NELSON EDWARD LUKEMIRE GILBERT MARQUERING SCHMIDT ' f ' Q EDWIN HARRIS FORT 3D LESLIE MANSFIELD THOMAS BARR STEVENSON .. ' A ROGER CHAPMAN HOUGH JOSEPH WILLIAMS ROGERS, JR. EDWARD ADRIAN TEAF if I ' WALLACE GOODWIN KNIGHTS HUGO SALINAS HENRY EDWARD WATKINS, JR. 1' ' 0 I O I' , 1 I Q I I A0 i I I U 'O . A. ' 0, A. TEQQQU3' I ... I . -,. S, Q., u .Eg 'HI 368 Ib-- E E UML' YEJTZECC I3 D QlT Q 9 'ff' 1, V1-4 gn , I N i.--..,,-' I 2--,,'j,,i9.' if K iq- fv In ' l?q5'-Q-cfH'f3':f5'J-C ?Qif3kl?7 TEAF SAUNAS MANSFIELD Houcx-I SCHMIDT WATKINS DARLEY Fomn ROGERS PHILLIPS KN1G1-rrs Cox F. Scum. S'rEvENsoN ANDERSON .Io1.Ly Yos-r Doucmss NEWMAN .Ios'r MCKEEVER MEAD HUGHES Bu-rz MACDONALD WELCH GEGGIS BELAVAL LUKEMIRE SWETTMAN P. SCULL PRICKITT STEIGERWALD WOBENSMITH BLAMPHIN YOUNG ROCHE ROBERTS PENNELL NAGLE P051 AMEISEN HENDRICKS STEVENS SCHWARTZ BONGAARD1' HALLOWAY MCALLISTER WooDs1nE CHRISTIAN CLEAR WILSON KURTZ GARDINER THETA CHI I V Q- f wr? F - Q "iz, . V55-155 g f? ' '54NiVq1PW'VL1HwQ 3' ful I nllwilllxv A Y - Ifi, rn . ,, . Q2 1-4 'fg33W2E"m, wmifwgh! A 'f Q7 n. Wig" "" V I E L A YNY f ,Q , ' 3 'S .L 4, ALP 55: if xja U I I 1 0? 1 X 1 E. 1 N' 4 2 L w Sf I . x A A. YF' .1 A V i li ., . H l Q Q Q-'S-,, -A 1 - ' -ng-'K E p 'f"Sw0. "ff Q.-szrff'-, 'Mfwj-,:, ,gf --:al 369 Ih- L : EQIQ 2 TIEIR E C QR D 'N 7 I V: .0 JA Gliheta 361 Jfratermtp .. I :. Ag ,. Q9mitrnn Qibaptzr I V. I5 3930 SPRUCE STREET :I 'Q Twenty-nine Chapters. Founded in 1863 at Rensselaer xg' 6 Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. 'F 4. . . ' - , 5 E V A .Lu Establtshed IQI2 ' L, ', 'A J,"-..I . 21. 'I 'O S' FACULTY MEMBERS :I 1 ' JOHN R. ABERSOLD, B.A., LL.D. CORNELL M. DOWLING, B.A. ' sf OTTO E. ALBRECHT, B.A. ARTHUR HOLMES, PH.D. I 07' C. CANBY BALDERSTON, B.S. IN ECON., M.A. HNAROLD PENDER, PH.D. is . . .L J. LAWRENCE DAVIS, B.A. EDWIN E. PIKE, B.S. IN CH.E., M.S., PH.D. J . CLAIR WILCOX, B.S. IN ECON., M.A. . ' gl S A 'Q ' ACTIVE CHAPTER 3. ' H., Seniors ' f ' g T JOHN H. BARBOUR JOHN GEORGE KOLB fl " MORLYN LEROY BROWN JOSEPH SAMUEL MALLORY . ,O EDWARD A. DRISCOLL ALBERT NYLUND JOSEPH M. HERSHBERGER D. PERCIVAL SPILLER HENRY T. INMAN JAMES BERTIE WILLAN WILLIAM KENNETH KASTNER CLARKE LIVINGSTON WILLARD Juniors ROBERT H. BAXTER BENJAMIN MEREMBECK ESTEBAN ANSELMO BIRD LEO PAUL MORRISSEY JOSE MANUEL CALDERON RALPH EUSTACE SCHNEIDER ANDREW WHITE LEE JOHN ROCK SEBASTIAN HOWARD C. MATTOX WILLIAM HARLIS SMITH Sophomores WILLIAM RUSSELL CLARK LUCIUS BOARDMAN MORSE GEORGE SHERMAN FRAUNBERGER I EDGAR HOWARD REDINGTON CHARLES ALMON GILES JOHN F. TARRANT WILLIAM N. UEZZELL Freshmen , THOMAS B. BARLOW HOWARD W. HALL HENRY B. BROWN, JR. VICTOR H. KINDSVATTER THEODORE E. A. CARRICK HENRY B. MILLIGAN JAMES E. DOUGLASS, JR. BENJAMIN H. OEHLERT, JR. .- JOSEPH E. FOLLMAN, JR. HARVEY W. REDINGTON W . ' DONALD C. GREGORY ASA FORREST SEAY, JR. 2 PHILLIP C. TITUS 5. I ' 0 A a 6. ' 1 , ,Q q . I 'fc 'A.'A '., J . ' . ':4i'1L5A Q' ,LSL -I 1' avg:-,Q 6 " ' , , A Q . W I - ,km Q f, f. . 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STEWART PAYNE ' lamhha Clibi Qlpba :Fraternity Qlipsilcm Zeta Qllbaptzr 225 SOUTH THIRTY-NINTH STREET Seventy-three Chapters. Founded in IQOQ at Boston University, Boston, Mass. Established 1912 DONALD ASHCROFT HILSEE, B.S. IN ECON. BERWIND PETERSON KAUFMAN, B.S., A.M. HARRY JAMES LOMAN, B.S. IN ECON. CHARLES CARROL ROHLFING, B.S. IN ECON. WILLIIAM A. MOBIUS ROBERT W. NAUSS HAROLD D. NEUMAN DANIEL A. SOUTHWELL STANLEY L. TRUMBULL HENRY T. VANCE W. CHESTER WAGNER JOSEPH B. MEAD HARRY J. ROBINHOLD MILLARD SCHRAM HENRY S. THOMAS STANBERY SPEER WILLIAM S. STEEN HENRY TARRING, JR. R. BERNARD THOMPSON C. RANDOLPH WADE JOHN A. WILLIS A Freshmen ' SAMUEL I. AUKER DONALD S. COOPER JAMES A. MCCALLION EDWARD N. AUTH CHARLES H. FISHER JOSEPH MISSIMER ROGER K. BENTLEY ROBERT M. HARRIS HENRY T. SHAW, JR. JOHN C. BRADLEY, JR. JAMES W. HARSHAW WILBUR E. TAEFFNER HENRY L. BROCKERMAN EARL N. HOLLIS CHARLES W. WATSON HARRY S. CARHART OLIVER HORN IRVING E. WHITE A ROBERT L. LEITCH 9 I, , Hi -9 ' . 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WILSHIRE HARCOURT GEORGE M. WOLFE Freshmen DONALD K. ANGELL MURDOCK K. GOODWIN ' B. ELLIS CONRAD ARCHIBALD W. KINGSLEY A ' . fl IRA H. DAVEY CHARLES F. LENZ A W, A' JOHN G. GOODRICH JOHN K. LUTHER QA' ' ' RICHER M. GOODWIN WALTER H. MULLETT JOHN C. SCOBEY , A K 0 O, ' g ,Y . A: I Q I 'Q s J l 1 s, 1 I A. ' sq . . ' sk ' , - A . 7 ,A N... F . ..., . ' 1-21374 Ie-A . I 1 . ' 11, . fi A iz- A M f A W C . EE 'ffiw fm Arif 1 Y - fI'HEQ1fE' 2 Af UR..Q.1fQ.f. f 7 .tl E A A Qs ' :3 E - ce. fx-if .H R X 1. HW- M13 hw X-. "I 3. fm . ' - , ,m f 8 0 '51 ' ' f. , ' Q C Lx 1 vi 44 3 1 A Fm Q A A 1 ! I Tl ik!! ' A . 51158 I R .1 X.: S9 H 1 L- , V Y ., Hai, j-ing! . I w ' 1' 0 - S H FI 'L .F X! 'fd R , Y., . SEABEY GOODRICH LUTHER Hin . , R. M. Gooowm KINGSLEY MULLET ANGEL1. CONRAD LENZ DAVEY N. Goonwm Q., Q' 5. , A lx WILBUR FILES DECKER WALBRIDGE HARCOURT WHEELER WOLFE BROOKE 4 A GAGE TINKER CLARKE HUGGINS CREW BAXTER DAvIEs "B, ' 1 .X JB' 'Q KAPPA ALPHA 3-Ng A ,A . . , Ywif Q kgk H f , Q " I, ' -51:15 " Q ev 0' Ai W Q i E' A is 'S ' 4 nn- cu , I. I , X v I - . if I 'Wg . . A 4 pg. - m, Ai- 5 E. . kg, A, E., 'F' AA, 12, . i , , 1 , 1 fx!!! ' AE, B 1 P533 ' 1 .A 4 . U5 Q . uf I 4' 55 i n ' f5'faS, zLsaa , ,, Wi? 1- ffm, ,w,.-.m,, ,. 1,515 ,ff-X. -,4,.,X ,MPX-. . U . . , . L. A 'r-4 :rm iggww 1 1520512 --QI 375 Ib-- WJ? Ri E? in A f ." A l I it L 'u 1 4 '4 I 2 l K l .4 I I, 'G N X .nr Q I ' 1 ,I J U I 'I 7 i 1 .1 u J 0 JI X UI in -l U I 'gk 'H av .I A fp' fl Fl ev: 1BIJi Qlipsilun Ei fraternity .f 6EEta Clllbapter FACULTY MEMBERS JULIUS BAYLINSON, A.B., LL.B 3940 SPRUCE STREET Twenty-three Chapters. Founded in 1887 at the College of the City of New York, New York City Establlsbed IQI3 ISAAC HUSIK, A.B., A.M., LL.B., PH.D ' ACTIVE CHAPTER B. PAUL BROIDA HENRY M. FEDER ALVIN B. FISHER CHARLES H. FLEISHMAN WILLIAM B. FREEMAN WILLIAM HOFFMAN, JR. Seniors ' LESLIE LIFSON I RICHARD LOWY JOHN PL REINTHAL . GEORGE G. STEPPACHER EDWARD WERTHEIMER JR AUBREY WOLK I Juniors HERMAN BENSDORF DAVID W. LEDERMAN SEYMOUR A. DIMOND WILLIAM E. LEHMAN JR JOSEPH FELDMAN B. ALBERT LIEBERMAN JR ' S. P. FISHER, JR. BERNARD H. LOWY PHILIP S. FULD RUSSELL I. OPPENHEIM REUBEN HERZFELD A. WEIL ROSENAU CLARENCE A. KOHN OSCAR N. STERN ALBERT L. WERTHAN Sopbomores n ALBERT BEHREND EDWARD LEIBENTHAL IRVING J. FEIST LEONARD J. OPPENHEIMER MORRIS FLEISHMAN, JR. ROBERT H. STROUSE JOSEPH FRANK 2D ALLAN G. ULLMAN , HORACE J. GINNS ELSON C. WEIL Freshmen ROBERT ALLMAN LESTER L. BEAR PHILIP H. GABRIEL PAUL GANZ HENRY F. GOLDSMITH JOSEPH E. JOSEPH MYRON WOLF OSCAR KIND , MERTON L. LINDEKE BENJAMIN -P. LISSNER JR LOUIS P. SOLOMON RICHARD N. STEINFELD - BERNARD H. STROUSE W 0 A .1- ' 1 ,Q O I . V. K X .n ..' . I. 1 . ,O U I: Y. I 1 fs. - .iv 1 A I. . A. O - I . ,. V. .R 1 I , . . . 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LESTER E. KLIMM, B.S. GEORGE F. RICHARDSON, B.S. IN C.E. FREDERICK B. SCHELL, JR., M.E. CLEMENT VOLLMER, A.B., PH.D. JOSEPH H. WILLITTS, A.B., A.M., PH.D. ACTI VE CHAPTER Seniors WILLIAM L. DE ANQUINOS RALPH B. EATON PHILIP HOFFMAN DAVID B. JAMES CHARLES N. MOFFETT GEORGE M. WITHINGTON Juniors G. VREELAND HORTON THOMAS W. JARBOE GEORGE W. JAYNES DARYL JONES JACK J. MCDOWELL Sopbomores NEWTON C. HAWLEY CHARLES R. HINDLEY JAMES T. KITSON ELLSWORTH LORMS ROBERT M. MCDANALD Freshmen ROBERT M. FORD ALBERT H. KINDLER FRANCIS D. MILLER, JR. ' -'O . h- - H ff I ins Ts. 455 - 1' . ,V f,.,., , . w 1, --21 378 Ie-- WILLIAM L. MORGAN STEPHEN F. SNYDER CARLTON O. TREMPER ROBERT R. VALLEE CHARLES L. WHITE GRANT W. NITRAUER, A.B. CHARLES J. PHILLIPS RAY W. TURNER EDWARD G. WAY, JR. ROBERT L. WAY GEORGE SASEEN RALPH E. SCOTT RALPH STONEMETZ - RAYMOND E. WALKER CARL W. PFANNER EDWARD F. SILSBE, JR. WINTHROP E. STARBARD FRANKLIN S. WOLFE . 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Established 1914 'e Ig ACTIVE CHAPTER , ,I Seniors I' NELSON BERNSTEIN HAMILTON LIEB ' JESS GEISMAN JAQUES SCHOLLE 3 EMMET HYMAN PERCY SMITH gi' NORMAN KALCHEIM HERBERT TITELMAN ' . xl., I Juniors A ,S PHILMOUR BEIN ' DANIEL LOWENTHAL A . MILTON DINER DAVID SILBERMAN 5 A ALBERT GALEWSKI HARRY SIONSKY EARL KATZ IVAN SMITH A A I SIDNEY UDITSKY Ig' ll ,I Sopbomores , 4, ALEX ABEL JULIUS JACOBSON , ' ROBERT ATLAS JACQUES LEVINSON HAROLD BERNSTEIN ' LEO LEWINSON QI BURTON COHEN GEORGE MINTZ 1 WILLIAM DONIGER WILLIAM MORSE " ' SAMUEL HALPERN JULIUS SPEIGELMAN 1 , LOUIS TRAXLER P' 'Q Freshmen g ' HERBERT BOBROW ALLAN KADETSKY ' L. STANLEY ELSAS HERMAN KULLMAN ALBERT FISH GABRIEL LAVINE 1' HAROLD GOLDENBERG PAUL MEYER 5 STANLEY R. GREENBERGER HAROLD RAAB ' Q HAROLD HALPERN HERMAN W. SALL I 0 X 1 ,,4 4 A.- ' I ,O 45? -"L 'Has . 380 f 4 rs . ,L ,. , A., . x 9 I 1' ' ' 'ff' ' ' - 'f'Ei,-W inf' "T?gi:T'i 12' L 4f,7x'ftf' 4 'if '--""- :"' '? 'IEA iff' ff A 4- E' EE i 2535 ff, ' 5 4 L. 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Founded in 1847 at Union College : Established IQI5 , of A A U V ' 1 A! : Q I FACULTY MEMBERS " , if CARL LEWIS ALTMAIER, A.B. ',. l J. ARTHUR S. CALLEN, ME. '4 . ., EDWIN BURKET TWITMYER, M.S., PH.D. ' Q, EDWARD MARVIN TWITMYER, A.B. " 1.5 I I ACTIVE CHARGES D, 'I U . . I Senzors . ' HOWARD A. DEER JAMES F. O,HEA ' '21 . 1 IRVING W. DOWNING THEODORE A. SANDQUIST "Q i Ab THOMAS E. FREEMAN q ISAAC M. SMALLEY ' 1 EDWARD J. MCALENNEY J. RANDOLPH TAYLOR A 1. b CHAUNCEY L. MITCHELL CARL L. WELLINGTON :Ax . IL l 2, I Juniors 0 I J WALTER D. ADAMS WILLIAM S. GOULD, JR. 2 JOHN P BERRY EDWARD K. HALBLIEB W' l, I HARRY H. EDEL GEORGE L. POLLEY 1 Q HERBERT G. FREI PAUL B. WYANT A. l 4. g I Q Sophomores If P GILBERT F. FREI NEWTON C. MCCULLOUGH, J 4, I gl, EVERETT B. HOLLANDS PAUL F. PAINE 2, I V A WILLIS A. MACDONALD JAMES G. STRADLING. JR. A 1' 4 HERBERT G. MARVIN RALPH M. TOMPKINS . ,Pl GEORGE VROOM, JR. 4' I K . ,A ' ' Freshmen . Q Q MARSHALL R. ALLEN HARKNESS N. W. HAUPT '.l in ' EDWARD L. DEWHIRST JOHN F. KRAMER 1, , STETSON G. EDMUNDS THEODORE MORRISON, JR. 'Q 'v LESTER P. FEY SHERMAN W. REED - - 1, JOHN K. GARNER WILLIAM M. YOUNG ', ' I s VA. .. al' 2' A I , Ag Q - rr NIA' 1 W Agn, -is 0 . A ,. 1' , - 1 u . Y Y H . ,W-.Q .l.,. . . - , I .l W.. . d I 4, W Q . - A A , if R ',1 . L-.9 A-21 382 In-A QTH gum ZZQRE C O DQLQQf fl 1 , . sf L 1, 1 wi 0 W 1 I F. A GY ,lg .Mix DL I 4' , ' Y fa ,xl ' , 7? 'fl , . DZ' I '51 , ' ' v. GARNER ALLEN YOUNG FEY BERRY VRooM REED DEWHIRST EDMUNDS HAUPT KRAMER PAINE MORRISON gi MCCOLLOUGH POLLEY ADAMS EDEL COULD MACDONALD TOMPKINS MARVIN HALBLEIB DOWNING SANDQUIST DEER SMALLEY TAYLOR MCALENNEY MITCHELL O'HEA FREEMAN Q, THETA DELTA CHI ww, ? 11 is QA, T '71 P FY ,-3' gf Abkv U 15 Wt Q, 2 4. L ' yg yy L., J 2553 , V ,JW 'QqmQQiiWdmESy 5,W W if If A9 SQ, I' 1 ,- IX A I K x. U. in Q Y. L v 4 6 1 P 1 1 1 W Y ,f ix .A .v f 5 1 a 4 U lx U o ru of-L Y P 9 , wt L x 41 m l . fl ,A ,fag a v l W K. Y 5, vii. 3 . R L K Q It E .1 ' I gl Je U l ' I ,O 1-ff UQ 5zxEy.3fiiQ?f 12- H3 gn I 11 'Q xl 9.3 S7395 C 0 f . x 2 0. iBIJi Sigma Reita jfraternitp ' , ' M g I ,Q Zeta Qllbapter - 3824 SPRUCE STREET M 3. Eighteen Chapters. Founded in 1920 at v L Columbia University, New York, N. Y. :I Established IQI6 A' 'o ACTIVE CHAPTER .gf Seniors Y ' ' R. GRANT H. KAMIN al I. HOROWITZ N. NAIMAN . " M. ROTTENBERG ' Juniors F. BERGMAN I. KAUFMAN . ' ' H. DERMON L. LARONGE . B. DEUTSCH Y. LEIBOWITZ STANTON GLASER A. LEWIN '1 , , M. GOLDMAN P. ROBIN A A. G'REENSPON A. ROTTENBERG ,Q S. HEILBRUNN A. SALUS 'fi Sophomores L2',h P. BENEDICT ARTHUR .IABLOW g 4. S. COHEN H. LAMBERG . ' L. ENGELHARDT N. LORCH 1. M. FELDMAN D. MAGAZINER 'gl' S. GELLNER M. NAST A. GOLDSMITH M. ROSENBERG ' L. HAUSMAN J. SCHAPIRO '21, B. HIRSCH J. SILBERMAN ,Q W. WISE . , . K. Freshmen :Ax J. GROSS D. SCI-LWARTZMAN . C. ROSENBLOOM L. SIMON ., M. 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ARONOWITZ HAROLD GURWITZ K x ' .L SEYMOUR BLANKFORT ALFRED HARRIS " ' HARRY CANTOR ' SIDNEY KOHEN ' 'I MORRIS EIGAN ALFRED L. MATERSON ,' 2. A LOUIS FEINSTEIN NATHAN ROSBROW I A I LEONARD GENDLER ALBERT RUBIN I Q". JOSEPH A. GETSOW EDWARD G. RUBINOFF 'L fl. MILTON E. GLICKMAN RENE M. SCHENKER lf If JACOB SHORR O, f ' ' e 'gl Freshmen d. L 1' - . I 0.I HASKELL M. BLOCK HAROLD M. MILLER A . . LOUIS GOLDNER JOSEPH ROSENBLITH I I 0 .Q CHARLES J. MILLER HAROLD STERN I' I I x Q A. 9, , ' . 'Q .. 1 ' A . A V . . .-.Un - CIC., l A.. A ,... In J . , Q. Q- ' . -nr . , '- - , gain E8 --AI 386 IR-- HE 1 Q 2 ?ElR Q j 7 f 59 3 G E' K 9, X W , ? .' J! MF' ,,,,AV ff 1 A C5 V' l in V l .FQ .1 9 K '12, , .' ' .. .wgfm ' BLOCK RUBIN MILLER GOLDNER ROSENBLUTH STERN xg, N' ARONOWITZ GENDLER A.HARrus Sz-xomz MATERSON RosBRow GLICKMAN RUBINOFF ,. gf, 1 1 ,O N 'U K W ln .1 I I I -Q , n v.' ix , 'I -4 ' 1 TA 'Q R I 'fx Q 1 4 A A!! I O 1 I N. LEVY S. LEVY S. HARRIS ROSENBERG ROSEN GOTTLIEB GURVITZ KOHEN W 9 1 . , '- PERSKY ROSENBERGER GOLDBERG Hmscx-IBERG CATSIFF KAPLEN S1-EINBERG ROSENFELD CANTOR .J W f Li ""' SIGMA TAU PHI M ww 3 H, I yy Q- "7 w 1 'W 1 " "A " 4 Q , A ,. 5 , 1 1 ' w., .vi 2 1 I x fl by i f E .A 1 in ' t K' A . T W "Qi J' ' 6 . Nh- w.:sff" ' A'-firm-W '-ff-ffl' , ,, L 'I' Ei --21 387 In-' -F-' I . 'N-A - - is - - A- - L?1.CfI12f5YG9?rd?L9ciQJLQ4m,IIi E319 2 71:42 E C 0 L, - .f .WELLS ,LL L L 1 W . . U U 'C X x in ,. ' , " 1 kappa u fraternity If - 5 J to Q - 33211 Qlbaptsr -. P - ' 3703 LOCUST STREET - M. :' V E . . 0 I Sixteen Chapters. Founded in 1911 at the ' University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. A I ' Established 1919 fg 4' S. A 'Q 1 J ' ACTIVE CHAPTER 'A' .4 Y A' ' ' ' Seniors ' .V SYLVAN FREUND ARTHUR SAMUEL HECHT , 2 . o I 5 BENJAMIN SAMUEL GORDON RAYMOND SAMUELS il L SAMUEL JOSEPH SENDEROWITZ I". 3 ' u 1 X Juniors I 0. BENJAMIN A. CHOROSH SIDNEY R. NATHAN . A ,Q .A PHILIP COHAN SAMUEL J. ROBERTS , ,A i RICHARD PAUL EFROYMSON NATHANIEL ROSENFELD I Y. ' SIDNEY STANLEY KADIN HENRY MORRIS SCHAFFNER I., i , JOEL NASS THEODORE EDWARD SHAPIRO 9" ' ' CHARLES LOUIS SONNEBORN, JR. 9 -A - 0' i .1 OI! Sophovnores . 9 8 JUSTIN BACHARACH HAROLD KAMBER 1 PAUL BENJAMIN MONROE KAPLAN - , RICHARD CHODOEF HARRY LEOPOLD, JR. 1' ALVIN V. COPLON JULIUS ROTHMAN it I T 1 JESSE I. FRIEDMAN JULIUS SAMUELS I . 'I ROBERT STUART HOLZMAN DAVID FRANK TIPP J V I J" 5 SAMUEL BERNARD HORWITZ MORRIS JOSEPH ZACKS lj .I 'YA Freshmen X' ' 2' WILLIAM BOOKHEIM ' IRVING LEVY ,I HAROLD EDWIN GORDON BERNARD PREIS QA' , ' , LOUIS HELLER EDWARD SCHWARTZ ,. MAURICE HORWITZ JOSEPH TENENBAUM I I 1 WILLIAM LOUIS KARPF MALCOLM A. VENDIG " MAX MORTON YAFFE I0 . - A F 0' .- ' 1 2 ' 0 u 0 .. 1 L ' . 0. ' I V J Egiftfb-K. . cl ' , in K fi' - ii.. f Y ,f a 1755. 'A X Af f ox H21 388 It-A 1 l 1 -R " , -sir' .Af ,Q . - .ing A' ' ' f ' T ' ' - . A 2 YQD. E Q0 HDD 0 , , .A,..,,.ff4,. A v , v "' 1 W -r f-'- , new ' ' V 1 . 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A- .B I H D311 9,29 YERSEBC O D- lf" 0 V. X x. 0. +1 QI ce '1 ' ' ' ' A A sg. nba pm un 1 :Fraternity 7. T- A 7 ' 1 1577- ' " Gamma Qibapter ' if 3745 LOCUST STREET ,X 'I k!"'.,.-: " 8 i Fourteen Chapters. Founded m 1910 at New York ,v " A University, New York, N. Y. It L - ' Established 1919 ' a n ' . .v 4 'Q : K . I ' FACULTY MEMBER I I ABRAM ORLOW, B.S.,-LL.B. Tj I ACTIVE CHAPTER X ,. A . '-A F' Semors Ll. ' D. G. CADES N. FINKLE h ' ' ttf M. B. EHRLICH M. KREMER fi '- A L. B. TRAUB J fl Juniors . It 1' B. BERKOWITZ W. B. GOLDBERG 'A B C. M. FELT M. HOFKIN "1' . 'C B. S. MASTER .v K F.. ' Sophomores . , Q S. BORSCHOW A. GOLDBERG A 4, I .O D. L. BOXER J. L. GOLDSTEIN :Ax S B. COHEN H. KOFF Y . Q S. COHEN R. I. LANGEL P. lg L. FEINBERG S. STARK ' ' A . I P. J. FINEMAN L. SUKLOFF 1 N 5' E B. FEUERSTEIN JACOB ZION , . "Q 1 s A. V , , Freshmen ' ' -, E. J. LINTZ L. STEINMAN A ' N. NAYFACK LOUIS WARSAW L7 1 4 - A., ., A O f, '- A .5 ' A 3 0 .. 'Y a' 'Lf . J . n Q1 Si' ..r ' ESQ ' if -1. 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FRANK SYLVESTER MILLER U 1 I BERNARD ILLOWAY SAMUEL MOSKOWITZ v. 1, LEONARD LEVINE NORMAN PERLSTEIN I Q A I ' HAROLD MARCH SIMON PROPP - 9 , 9 I , 1 tf Sopbomores fl " ISAAC BECKER ANDREW KLEIN 1' J JOSEPH DIAMOND ALVIN LONDON , ' ' ft IRVING FELT WILLIAM ROSENBERG If A' JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN MORRIS SCHINEMAN 51 ' ' BERTRAM HOLLANDER MONROE SHAFF ' 'Q ARTHUR WARNER Q' x ' ' I .g - Freshmen . Q' SIDNEY BERNSTEIN MILFORD FENSTER 'Q 1 ,I LOUIS COHEN SAUL MARKOWITZ :A . . ALFRED DOLGIN MORTIMER ROBINSON , , 'g HAROLD EISNER MITCHELL SOLOMON i. x ' ' I 'A I. . A , 0' - 1 , X 2 A, O. ' ' 1 C .. ., L I I I Q. 'f,o ' ' -. ' vig 9 so 'X -I , -n, , ' ' pa , S I, is F' . g gg ' .gf To ' - "' , - ,L . -A . I-21 392 PM 1 , 1 M -WW, Y, ,Y ,,iQ -,W ia, ..C,.-A, - V - . 6- f . - - X- v. 1 'x ,, , f fx '11 fc- "J X WJ I 1 aww' ' "' F" ' ' 1 ' ' 'H'-' Z: '-' N35 fm' " Q", 5 M1 .J ff A YJMX tg V L Q 55' f . 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ECKMANN SIDNEY L. SHRIRO ., 'J MILTON SUSSMAN 1 , J 1 ' Juniors HERMAN COHEN HENRY J. KANNENSOHN J. REGINALD A. HIRSCH FRANCIS D. KONIGSBERG 0 f HERMAN MASH J . .V ' I A' Sophomores ' ' SIDNEY S. ALTMAN LESTER LEVINGSON 5- ARCHIE G. BARRON LEON MARGOLIS gl' HARRY D. BUEGELEISEN BERNARD SAKOWITZ A CHARLES KUNSTLER HENRY SILVERSTEIN HERM-AN WEISMAN 2 5 . L . . Freshmen V .,Y L JEROME KLAFF MARCUS KUNSTLER 'I ' SIDNEY WILLENS ,V ' 1 ,O 'O 6 m ' - N. ' In 4 ' S-. ' -.. . - A-11 394 IA-- Oh-' ' 'A 'Q X x ll 1 ,. ' 1 ,O O 'o , x .1 1 I ,O 0 'o x Y , no qs I A 's I I, ' O. 'I .P. 's I., x .QA- O t ig' ,I I I Al 9 0 ,gt 0 O .4 ' .1 ,O 'Q K x 0, .' ,I 0 xx O .. ' I , A. if ff if' M 4 'Sai . af , I F 'h 54, W j 9 f 1 ' l'-, T-F' 5:1 ' v We WA! 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ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors CHARLES ALFRED ALLEN RICHARD STEEL MACKENZIE HOWARD GRAFTON BRUSH HAROLD CLEMENT MERTES ALLEN COURTNEY BUDD ALFRED EDWARD READ WILLIAM EVERETT CLEMENTS THOMAS JOSEPH STAPLETON JOHN FREDERICK JUDD, JR. REGINALD FRANKLIN STERLING Juniors WARREN LARUE COBB EDWARD- GRAVES HARDENBROOK ROBERT MCELLIGOT DIGBY WILLIAM DEMAREST HUYLER JACQUES PIERRE DUVINAGE, JR. ROBERT STANLEY PILAND GORDON MCKAY FISCHER FRANCIS EARLE SMITH RICHARD MARCEL SNYDER . Sophomores WESLEY HALSTED BECKWITH ALBERT WILLIAM HENDRICKSON JOHN GREEN BONNIWELL THOMAS HENRY JOHNSTON, JR. HOWARD PECK BURKHEIMER CHARLES CHRISTIAN LURICH, JR. HOWARD CLARENCE DAVIS MARTIN JAMES PATTERSON PEARCE DAVIS PAUL JOHN RITTER BERTRAM FRANCIS HALL ALBERT EDWARD SCHOBER MARSHALL LYMAN HARRISON CHARLES EDWARD SCHWARTZ Freshmen DAVID CHAPIN COLTON WILLIAM VAN SCOYOC PORT PEDRO CELESTINO FIOL WILBUR SELLECK PRATT WESLEY THOMAS HOLMES EARL LAFAYETTE RUSSELL ROBERT HENRY LAKAMF WILLIAM HAMILTON SPATES, JR. 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I ' X I? , Y J' Q' U, I P' .,,, ,ff-.L ,L , -u , - 'lin' gf' zz, .-- ,TT , Ng ' ' A ff E 112.33 C O R DD .F I Y :A Q, - r r O' 1 I iiiappa Qlpba 19131 jfratermtp Ag L M . ri c Beta Cllbapter Q, 3924. SPRUCE STREET- '- Il Three Chapters. Founded in 1920 at Georgetown ' University, Vifasbington, D. C. V ' 'ft ' Established 1921 ' .5 -' FACULTY MEMBERS ' , - FRANKLIN R. CAWL, I S. S. HUEBNER, PHD. 2 'I WALDO E. FISHER, PHI . F. CYRIL JAMES, .PH.D. - ' It ' E. L. MCKENNA, PH.D. ' ,Y . A A , , ACTIVE CHAPTER ' A Seniors 'Q at GEORGE W. GEUDER E. W. NEWTON ' u Q A. G. GIBBS FRANKLIN M. NICE, JR. I V EARL H. KOCH GERALD R. RANSOM , GEORGE M. MORRISON MILTON J. REED x AU 6 ' M Juniors E I. ELLSWORTH DOBBS JOHN S. MCKENZIE QA' FRANK L. ELLIOTT SPENCER E. MERRY I . HUB'ER M. GEMMILL MAXHAM METCALE 1 5 W. HOYT GOODE DAVID B. OSBQRNE ' f GEORGE T. KATTERMANN CHARLES F. PLANKENHORN A 5' A. VINCENT LESAIUS JOHN H. THOMSON 2 I JAMES L. MCCAULEY WILLIAM H, VVANDEL 0 WILBUR H. WOLEE ' , I. 2 o., X Sopbornores I! Ib JOSE O. BRAVO P ALBERT G. KATTERMANN A fl GERALD G. CRIST GEORGE E. KERN, JR. X I9 GEORGE A. DEWEY, JR. WILLIAM M. LAMB . . G. HAROLD HOUSEHOLDER ROBERT A. MILLER 'Q' I Q g Freshmen I ' 1 . EDWIN L. GRAUEL, JR. JAMES B. PARKER, JR. LESLIE QUINTEN MILLER CLIFFORD WING ' 'Y ag A 1 .. , af '- . ' f ..f7 Qg..fV.f'5ICEl .-21.402 IA-- VH' : , -1 .1 I ,go yt in LA .1 I I .I U 'O , I I. l' ' 1 .5 l K w '41 l U .1 ' 1 .5 i 'a 3 x .A X 0' . ' 1 0 C 1-.X K 1 1,4 0 U l .1 if " 4 ,X J 9 0 V., X 1 lm , 4 bi' I ' n A" 'o x x .4 VI .Y ' 1 gl I M 'Q L x U. n GIHEU19 Z YER C,Q,RDD ilE? E Y -ai . 1 J W' ., , . M .Fi Qs- I Nm 1 .xy I X ,Q ,p , . , L! P4 A , KIME GRAUEL TOBLEE WING PARKER 1' LAMB R.1X'1ILLER KERN A. KATTERMANN DEWEY CR1s'r OsBoRNE HOUSEHOLDER Bxmvo , .Q MCKENZIE GOODE MCCAULEY GIBBS GUEDER KOCH LESAIUS G.KA'r'rERMANN MORRISON ELLIOTT TOMPSON ff' RANSOM NEWTON NICE PLANKENHORN REED Domas WANDEL WOLF GEMMILL r -hx A KAPPA ALPHA PHI ' ,ix ,, 'I JL Y M .. .gi !I E 9 9 - Q fi. Q , - ' Y A ' A Q A w L , v A p I' IV M wp gli ' Q -2, Ag 90 2 - 0 X - N 'IUII 'POMNIIN Illlll A , 'QW I Q SUI ff L' . if . -:I 403 Ima-- QT C THEUL22 713111529 RDD v 'Q - :Ax ,. iBIJi Reita Eau ,. I :.' t A If ' Qlpba Qlbapter ' u V. ga 3814 SPRUCE STREET :V 'Q Founded in 1921 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. V 2' gl' Established IQ2I . ,L Q' A 'O 'Ag FACULTY MEMBERS . gl' , , ERNEST VICKER-S, D.D.S. . ' . -, THOMAS P. FOX, D.D.S. . g' 1 J FRANK J. NAUMAN, B.S. IN ECON. , ,C 2 L l 2 ., ACTIVE CHAPTER -O. ' 'I Seniors A I ' ,Q DOUGLAS R. KIMLIN FRED CW. LUIGART 0. . J PAUL E. LAWLER THOMAS J. SULLIVAN , fv . :ill Jimiors : V: "C ALFRED V. AGRELLA A GERALD D. HOWEV i A JOHN N. ANDREWS JAMES A. 'KELLY FRANCIS K. BALDWIN JOHN P. O,NEIL ORSEN DECKER FERDINAND A. SEIGHARDT PAUL DEVANEY KIRK C. TUTTBE CLARENCE J. FLAHERTY JOSEPH VAN HORN DANIEL G. HOGAN I ALFRED WASCOLONIS Sophoniores JOHN VD. ALLEN JOSEPH E. LUDES 1 CHARLES LA BORNE- SYLVESTER MCGRATH Freshmen ' NEIL R. BOWERS CHARLES A. HAILE JAMES V. GARTLAND WILLIAM J. HOGAN . . VINCENT J. MURRAY , l' 1 'Q I I x I ,O o, .. 0. u ' ' 1 0. 1 ,Q 1-RI 404 IE-A W QTH EU1 C22 vmn EJCQO R D 0 A U 1 f m f I VZ' -, 1 ' ,1 W1 6 1' Av V' ,I 'o .I IA .1 I .5 I U. I 1 .1 I . Z P Y 91 1 1 .1 I b 1 1 HAILE MURRAY BOWERS ALLEN I 9 1. GARTLAND DECKER TUTTLE FLAHERTY ANDREWS MCGRATH LA BORNE Em HOWE KrMuN BALDWIN LUIGART SIEGARDT HOGAN KELLY ' ' .qt K ' 1' V PHI DELTA TAU 1 I, . E 1 ff, 1 , - 'P X ' , 5 c Y, 7, , ,Q 1 1 1 ' ', 1- ' , s im U Q' 1 K yt' Q3 Q1 1 ,QW 1 1 1' L 1 gs .1 f 1 11 I 1 Q' im 1 1' I ' B l' 5' 1' 1 1 .4 V Lvl ' 1 .V ' 'Q A. 9" . ' . 'e ef I- J .A I - ' Q -MW QE xifwfmf 1 R' , 4 1 H I V 4 .,, .1 FV. fr.. K . 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A DONALD DICTHEISER ALBERT KRAFTSOW ' ' I 'O ji PERRY EPSTEIN EMIL LAUPER :V ' A . b. DAVID GELLERT HAROLD STARK . . ' EMMANUEL WIENER Q " K . l I .A I Freshmen P' S . JACK ABELEW ABRAHAM GREENBLATT ' 0 , ' lv ALBERT CAPLAN LOUIS KARABELL xg I 'I MORTIMER GRADESS RALPH SCHNEIDER " ,Q SIDNEY SILVERMAN ' B xi 0' S ' I A Y A. 0" A, ' 1 3 A Q' 2' U A: '3"' ' . . -- xx , . . I , ,. , ' 1.4 If f 'Q 1- it i I ig ' 2 LST?-' V-'T "N ' Z, ,T 'V ' 1 A, . fl' --241406 IA Q51 Q iz :HEQ . Q 111 E lb . - -1'2SEf"'f""th"" ' ' ""'Jff 'iz ' "' ' ' 5' f-if 'v . ,LL ..., I1 me-' ,. ,.,, "I 1 Q L Li . 5.3. .UF wk fi-' vs .xy R HE! b 14 r f x 1 ' " 534: i, . 4452 QW. Q 4 I 8v W l I J! u . M21 19 N ' 1' ff? 4 X? ISA: H J 'iff X.. 5 A . ff 77-.5 E E fr f -, Q A Q. . 'N . P ' F' Q3 ' , KARRABEL SCHNEIDER GELLERT ABELEW GREENBLATT SILVERMAN DICKHEISER GRADESS LAUPER I 'I S KRAFTSON STARK COHEN WITTY JACOBSON FRANKS EPSTEIN KESSLER CAPLAN ' "' IQ V KANDEL1. 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Established 1922 ACTIVE CHAPTER I MILTON HENRY HAUSMAN I HAROLD GRAF PINCUS A MARTIN IRVIN RABINOVITCH Seniors SAMUEL BRENNER MORRIS CARL PERLMANN MALCOLM FERDINAND CAPLAN MILTON MORRIS PROPPER WILLIAM HERMAN MELVIN BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ MAURICE ADDISON LAMBERT EDWARD SAMUEL SONDHEIM NATHAN LOUIS WEINSTEIN Juniors SIDNEY LOEB RABINOWITZ LEON SILVER RICHARD EMANUEL SWART LEON WASSERMAN Sophomores BENJAMIN FREDERICK BLACK LAURENCE GRAF COHN ' PAUL SANFORD DWORSKY BERNARD SAMUEL JACOBSON GORDON HART KEISTER I MOSES SKY .U 7 1 ,o Y ,Y 'A .1 ' 1 .I 'o , I U. .1 1 1 .U 'O I 'I' ' 1 ,O I I U. 0 , ' I ,U 0 'o l I .I .I ' 1 ,I I I 'Q X I In l 7 1 ,C U G' 'I I I .1 C I .Y " 1 ,I O , I U. EMANUEL MAYFIELD KOHN JOSEPH GEORGE KRONICK IVAN PAUL PECHNER JOSEPH LEONARD POSNER- HAROLD SYLVAN SALTMAN 'O X I .A l O .. ' 1 ,o D I 'O K I 94 fl .1 1 I ,O O 'O . I 0. Y 1 I ,C D 'o l I 0. ll 0. ' I ,O I O 'O I I 01 I QI ' 1 ,O Q Q O K I .A 0 0 .4 ' 1 ,O 'o K I UI O .. 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A , ACTIVE CHAPTER Graduate Members 1 JOSEPH A. L. ERRIGO - ' I Seniors SYLVESTER C. BATTAGLIA A JAMES A. PARADISI , Juniors VINCENT A. DE BENEOETTO A NICHOLAS DI GIANNI P ANTHONY J. D1 STASI ANTHONY GATTOZZI MICHAEL A. SORIANO , Sophornores BENEDICT BORDONARO JULES DEL VECCHIO FRANK J. MEGARO I ANDREW P. VIRTUOSO I ,f I .U ' 1 .I l 'o , 1 9. .1 1 .5 1 'Q 1 n 91 I l ef I ,Q 'O . I U1 0' I I I .,. K 1 'A i I Q l' h I F I I 'Q x I 'A I I I .1 I 1 A9 'I K 1 .A I U .Y ' 1 Ao O l 'O I 1 U. 3642 CHESTNUT STREET Eighteen Chapters. Founded in IQI4 at Syracuse Uniterszty Syracuse, N. Y. Established 1922 FACULTY MEMBERS DOMENICO VITTORINI, A.M., L.H.D. LOUIS PINTO ANTHONY A. NARDONE ALBERT D,ORAZIO HORACE C. GOFFREDO MICHAEL NOLE NELSON C. POLICASTRO PIETRO A. ROSAMILIA ABNER P. MITCHELL LOUIS J. PELUSE RAPHAEL REMONDELLI ' Freshmen EDGAR LA CAPRA WILLIAM LAMBERTI ' ' ' , not' gp K Q ' - wif' Q-1 Ti.. 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HARGADINE KENNETH EUGENE STEINARD MILTON ADAIR WILTSE II ' ' 9 " Qi -12 ? 5 -'- .v 1 -4 Y -Y fl 2 - -' H? ,H .M . 5.-A Bmw. r,., I - -.,.-Mr L 1 VR- '--2. ,Y .. , X X I .X ' XX H XX X ,J . T-Q , X . I - -1-1 fs, X I XF' 1 , :gf ,X A ,- 4, Q V, N1 91LXiv,,EX4 M 53,113 1-L U1 Q' IZLYERLLR. 'ALE f HP I X A, X ' , , ., E . , N ' X. f I Q N in ,P .X A LL . , I X! ,-v ' I I X 91 I, X X XX, . , -- V. f' ' ' 'g-'XXI .L H .-1. I XX L -, hrr. g Q , "AIX I XX , X, IX .- u X e X'-Y ,X , X, X -X X 76' 'Offs' 'I "- ' ' FH V , I I I 3- , I Q , I A A C I 3 Q' v , 'I "1 mfpf A I 1 - II .. II : I I - X. .. 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I Established 1924 .1 I ' S FACULTY MEMBER THOMAS COWAN 3 I ' 1 ACTIVE CHAPTER .1 ' 5 Seniors L FRANK J. DUANE RUDOLFO MARQUEZ l HARDEN P. GALBRAITH JOSEPH J. MEEHAN :A JAMES R. GIBBONS JULES MORALES ., I .1 ll Juniors I I WILLIAM B. BUCHANAN FRED W. SCHMUCKER , ' HENRY H. CARTER A HOWARD F. MUNRO l WILLIAM P. MOUAT THOMAS J. SNEE I . .A . l " Spphomores W . 2' THOMAS LESTER BRADLEY C. JUSTLS GARRAHAN I ' - A' STANLEY L. BROWN JOSEPH J. GILBERT ' ALBERT A. CARIBELLE JOHN A. PILLEY Cf THOMAS W. GALLAGHER PAUL A. RAFFERTY " G. ALLEN SHIELDS ' " 9 , Freshmen xv: " DANIEL C. BAKER A DANIEL JOHN POWERS " . ' ' WILLIAM ALFRED GAWLER GEORGE LEWIS SEIFERT ' ' 5' EARNEST LOUIS KOCAK ROGER D. SULEMAN 7, . .I I , I Q " A '. 'A :.' A I. .1 l K ' I 1 I .' ' .' 1 - A. 4 . Y . V . - in , 1 Q. i - Y tllir Q I- .A -V, . . I- V I ,A 0 I --AI41s1A..'.I' I , . . 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K 1, 1 u -, ,cs H V W 4 ' Emi, , ,S , j,,THE319 2731215 CORDDA ,cgi Y 1 'o x x .A , , ,Y-,,, C 1 I ,nv Inq! ,, III-T-I-fzn, Sigma Zeta :Fraternity 'f ,fl if--,Qi Q-'Qj.1?iii4l3-'zv I , 'Q CUJI flfljdpitt T 1 A' ff ' -'9'sLI'1 ' " -:nw 61 LOCUST STREET - 3 5 - P 1- l .. I-f Two Cha ters. Founded natzonall and locall Jon Ma 8 ,O I Y. N p .V .y .V 9 . IQ26, at Unwerslty of Pennsylvanza, Pbzladelplna, Pa. , - '11 ., , x , 0. - 3 FACULTY MEMBERS J HENRY EDWARD EVERDING 2' I , FRED RAYMOND PIERCE ,O ' 3 0 o ACTIVE CHAPTER Y, l . A , Senzors 0. I ' , GORDON F. BLIZARD - HARVEY MCCULLOUGH I I - WINCHESTER BRITTON, JR. CLAUDE S. MCIVER ,- A GEORGE HIRAM CARPENTER DONALD ARCHIBALD NORMAN , 5, I WILLIAM DE HART WI'LBUR REMY fr ' ' a o HUGH GIBSON EVANS JAMES HAROLD SANFORD fl BROOKS LA BOYTEAUX RAYMOND P. ULMER 1 .0 A 04 , Juniors A O .. STEPHEN HOOKER BILLINGTON THEODORE L. KOOS . .1 U CONRAD FREDERICK BOND DERWIN BLAIR LAWS 1 I I ' . 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T ,Ag , Qlpba iuta Clllbaptsr , , ., 232 SOUTH THIRTY-NINTH STREET ,. 1 , , I .O WW 0. ' ' Thirty-tbree Chapters. Fourrded in IQQ6 at University of Affiami, . A Q Oxford, Obzo. Establzsbed 1926 2' a. . .4 - - FACULTY MEMBER ' ,f DR. D. MACKENZIE -, 1 5 .: x ' ACTIVE CHAPTER , A Sehiors , xg A. G. BINKLEY M. W. MERWIN '- R. BRIEDENBACH H. B. PARDEE - - H. C. COLBORN C. A. SEAMAN .. C. R. H. FOSTER J. STOCKWELL ' 5 , P. K. WELCH ' I Juniors ,. W. BAXTER J. Y. MACE 1 'l W. BECK T. MANNING 'A P. F. DONATH R. MELSON ' ' C. DOUD R. PALMER gf S. FLACK C. SCHEIELEY A W. HAMILTON C. SCHLACK E. LAZARUS C. WILBAR 'Q' Sopbomores A S S ' :Ax P. H. BIEDLER G. FRANCIS R. BISHOP C. HILL ' ' C. BOHMER HIPPLE, JR. fl C. BOHN G. M. JEUCH ,O G. BRUMFIELD B. KEAR . . . J. CASSEL O. LAMBERT ,. M. CATUNA H. MAYNARD l I J. H. CURRENS KURT. RUNGE " ' R. DONNELLY C. L. SNYDER ' I A C. W. FLACK A. WARNER g' L. FLOGE ' H. V. WILLIAMS 'L J. W ORMAN 6 ' - Freshmen . - .. V. GROSHENS G. KEEFE i ' J. HANSELL J. KNECHT " R. HOTTENSTEIN H. MARKS ' H. MCCORMICK . K 2 . I 1. .Q 'K B 1 I O, bg --QI 422 In-A Ef 5 Mm' 'A' Qi' ' L 'W N , MJ WWW!-Am, ,QTHEU192 YQR LLL 0 RBD. , A , .L 5,14 , Q7 ' E6 I , l ,I jk 3 ir. - l , . 1 X, 9 Q1 1 9 11. 3' ,I A - Q A -I ie '- I lv 6 ""' . . r'- 'Q wb ,. ' 1 ga I 4 l g ' in V , A - 0 , -, I ' . if , I R, I ' 'A X ' ,. I ,Y , I ,U A' O A 7' ' ' ' A ig , 'A r S A A le: REED BRUMHELD KNECI-rr Box-IN GROSHENS HANSELL BOHMER MCCORMICK HOTTENSTEIN CURRENS KEEFE A. lx HIPPLE BEIDLER WORMAN WARNER FLOGE WILLIAMS CASSEL RUNGE KEAR SNYDER Bxsx-lop LAMBERT HILL I CATUNA HAMILTON MANNING SCHEIFLEY BAXTER MELSON PALMER DONATH MACE BECK MARKS DONNELLY N WELCH BREIDENBACH BINKLEY Down SEAMAN MERw1N WILBAR PARDEE STOCKWELL L-, . N PHI KAPPA TAU 1 lf nf '1 J . ,U 'Om .4 f' I 5 gl RN Y! . gl .b 0 1 fV,. 9 2. , l' ' - .' A Lf I i ' A s' -- u v 4- -' I Q x 'Q x 'F All 'P . A 3 ' l W ,, -1 a .' ' ' m 1 Lf A A 2 V," ,K 1 A' . I. . 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VERY year there are many people who give a great deal of their time and effort in helping to create a better Record for the University of Pennsylvania. Many times they have a business connection with the book, and again some of them have no apparent connection whatsoever. But the Willingness with which they have cooperated with our efforts is deserving of some recogni- tion, and the Record Board Wishes to express its appreciation for the Hne spirit in which they have helped. Mr. Julian Ollendorff, of movie fame, has given us a great deal of his time and has drawn for us sketches of some of the publication men on the campus. These pictures are run throughout the ad- vertising section. Mr. B. F. James, president of the Philadelphia Photo-Engraving Co., has helped to guide the general scheme of engraving in the book. He has been at all times an ardent supporter of a better Record. ln a little oflice ofthe J. Horace McFarland Co., in Harrisburg, there is a man who has been largely responsible for the Record printing contract going out of Philadelphia for so many years. Mr. W. E. Rowe has a knack of taking the mass of material that pours into his oflice, assembling it efficiently, and guiding its progress through the gigantic presses until it comes back to Philadelphia a finished book. . ln the great rush for Senior pictures last January, the Record received the quickest service from a photographer that it has ever had. In one Week the Zamsky Studio averaged nearly one hundred sittings per day in order to complete the Senior section so that the book might come out in May. The advertisers in the pages that follow have been largely re- sponsible for the improvements in the Record this year. Their faith in the advertising value of this publication has furnished the Hnances that enabled us to attempt to produce an annual rather than a Senior Class publication. A RAYMOND SAMUELS, Editor-in-Chief A-all 426 Ib-- 'TRAFFIC GRI N- AWN U ,4 . i I, ,I fa as ,G is S -fi T 2 ' li I ll? 'J' ' ,J E s,-f'VkL'1 ,fi -f fi . . N ' ,, O X .jflf A " P,"-Fila " X515 M li ' 5 4,-'-m r lil' 7 as 1 ga Hmm 11-i f sf, ,M ,. , 1, r, .,,.., l .f iflm I iz lffmi 55529 i ' 7 7 " s X . H W ? X H. Milan H f X E W ' ,f ' ,- K ' f ",'J.?Vi X", .X it ' T 'its . Z ,ff 79 fi' K Tlwilrn- sf,-I ,f-247 M - ,'-' , ,f f llL'.-IW: ff X iamx-?!'l -. YOSQEX- 3,1 LQ i . ,, f " llfli'1'Egce. ,iff f. ,f ' - 9' I-Q as I A' - 1' ,mf M ' 1311" ' '--t-- -::,,-' .,y,1'. if.::.i!i. ., ?5c,,"'k,3M" In f iii? k,,f' fy If H 41 , A X Ng-N 'V'-' X ' rj , a f f V Stand at aryl Cormrr. TAND on any corner where trafllc congests-lend an ear to the mournful wail of neglected motors-the newness of the paint on the hood may be deceptive, for many a shinf ing hood covers a howling motor-what's the answer?-OfIfL. The experienced and careful motorist knows the value of good oil-thousands only learn to their sorrow-to them "oil is oil" until a big repair bill differentiates. The manufacture of Motor Oil is just like the making of clothes, bread or ice cream-it takes brains, experience and expensive equipment to produce quality. We feel that we have been fortunate in perfecting this combi' nation-and when we offer the motorist THAT NEW IMf PROVED SUPREME MOTOR OIL we know there is no better Motor Oil to be had. I At the SIGN of the ORANGE Disc GULF REFINING COMPANY A-al 427 Ira- SIX OUT OE SEVEN GYXS IT has been the privilege of our organization to make the "Record" covers, with but one exception, from 1921 to 1927. IT has been our further privilege to handle the binding of the Annapolis "Lucky Bag" Qconsidered the largest college annual contract in the countryb for that same period of time.. PERHAPS we are lucky, but we like to think that it is because We have deserved it. ROBERT H. WESSMAN, WH. 517, PRESXDENT J. F. TAPLEY oo., 4130011 Qzfcamifacfwfm LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. I 1 Qiilliff' ' 1 kr r r .i 1 1 The ibennsplhanna Barber 511011 "DUKE" A. SARNESE 3655 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia 11 428 1a- ESTABLISHED 1818 CE chi omeiw f, CANT fftix A C euilvfitelw Egnrniaahing Qnnhn, MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK Ulf P4-It "jfVf.l'77. 4' All if fl -lf'21lWQT . eg' N ,f. V ., Q'fs2:'7i13fT'4fl :elle N-J .cl'fWll'l S W f I f f RWM ,fe I . I 1 aww X ff if " ' Nl .I is f a J Q all l W , s X X '-"f ' I f , N, 1 6, g Z, ,, f.,, , ! l ,lf-:" ll lily' J ' 45, NiQsf'3ff Qr lsx R ll lil l l! ' f ' vm ' X In mum y ff xl, X l Ulllnxm , ' ' Q F1 lx JJ! A xxx ,,1 W T fxxgfi ff l X 4 V X I 72 X j, ll A14 X XXX N1 l 3 1- . Y ANA . Z' Z' K, ,N -,X? lxllX,Ng "lll' 7. ' , Q I w lw wfl ll w , V J-,jj -:Z ln' L il' ' 45: 55 :iw . --,Z 'Y Nl: F i f I E ff all W 9'-' ' M w ff: ' f ff ' V K 1i1.. ' ' 4 , .4 :gi L :Wa X I EF-I ' lf I A I 4 ,7 ' V Q e E f ,J fx Ll X j A L57 awoons snomzas W! Xf Z .fl liy ijl Xl f , fy ff "' ff ffl J W, l al l l! Eff. Q T . :iw 1 Clothes for College I School or General Wear Semifor BllOOKS,S 'Miscellany B 0 S T 0 N PALM BEACH NEWPORT LITTLE BUILDING PLAZA BUILDING AUDRAIN BUILDING Tnzmou-r con. BovLs1-on C o u N 'rv R o A n 220 B:u.:vur: Avenue '-21429 Ip-- NATICDNAL BANK UF CQMMERCE 713 CHESTNUT STREET C966 NATHAN T FGLWELL C f JACOB NETTER HELPFUL AND PRCGRESSIVE I PICCADILLY Smrzrteff Calf? in Tlzz'lazrZe40!zz'a FAMOUS FOR Irs FOOD SQ DANCING -4' -P- Luncheon Dinner Supper -if Y- jlfeyer Dawn Urvlzesfrrz SQ Luncheon, 85c. . . I2 t0 3 Dinner, 32.00 . . 6 tO 0 CNO Cover Charge at Dinnerj L. B. SCHOFIELD, '13 T. M. SCHONOUR, '12 President Vice-President Direct Coal Company YARDS 30th and Race Streets 1344 Belmont Avenue PHILADELPHIA ' PENNA. Y J Sjbecz'rzlz'zed Serfuice TQmz'ered to jm- fernz'fz'e.v and Crzmpuf Orgrznz'zaz'z'0m SPECIAL FRATERNITY RATES M566 Fruit and Trodzzce S Jlfrzrkez' 218 South Fortieth Street PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. PHONE: EVERGREEN 54651 VAN HORN 81 SON so ESTABLISHED 1852 A Thea trim! Cummers Costumers to the Leading Colleges-University A of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Princeton and many Others. Capx and Qofwm to Rqnf AT DINNER AND SUPPER 12th and chestnut sts., Philadelphia, Pa. I - -E1 431 IEA P' .c: 'T , ,. Phone, Baring 8783 Qpen 8 a. rn. to 12 midnight HARRY TESSLER DELICATESSEN AND LIGHT LUNCH I Y. Q6 Finest Foods - Most Moderate Prices 225 South 40th Street Free Delivery l I EVERYTHING POR THE STUDENT -DRuGs College Seal Jewelry Laundry Bags Pennants and Banners Alarm Clocks Stationery - Students, Supplies PIPES DUNHILL MILANO W. D. C. ORLIK KAYWOODIE MEERSCHAUM 1 FOUNTAIN PENS WATERMAN SHEAFFER PARKER CONKLIN WAHL oAND1Es 2 WHITMAN PACE U1 SHAW ' Lunch at Our Fountain BREAKFAST, 7.30 IVe Parcel Post Gifts lo All Points PENN DRUG CO. Opposite the Downs 3701 WoodIand Ave. .f' .ffxfa Q ' "tv ' " Qff:sfn.isf'PX E23 f ijfg. ' Rl, . ., A ,. i f- X 'SII RK , f ,sw LJ. " 2 ,K -. - It-f I--,gl I .. Q we 5. kat - ,J , Y Q "mu 1. '12 ny X N ' , sgrl fr' 'N KSN , 1' ,, ,QEQF QQIQM . f GFWXXXX tx , ffIi!f't1A we - - X 4 57 Hllh-1-I K 1 I :s y n 9Mb,.'. Jay xcPUNX11 --QI 432 Ie-- -lil NEAREST EVERYTHING Restaurants for the Time COFFEE GRILL Counter and Table Service When Your Time is short FOUNTAIN ROOM All Foods Prepared hy Women Cooks Soda Fountain ROOF GARDEN OR MAIN DINING ROOM Dancing. Plattersg Luncheon at 65 cts. Dinner at 31.25 CHILDREN HALF-PRICE Everything on all Menus served full portions at Half-price to all Children ROOM RATES: S4 to 85 a person-No Higher C5551 W Q 'l.LS.'71t'm. I I I If .flrlvliusellinv H -4 I X, I I ' ,Q rncmmpe to HOTEL f, I QW, . ,ADEJJHIAX twjiiye :P Lv , Jl elphilnwalre XX Q I I . U enny arena N I gpgan JIcadeny FuuArLv -I X Xx L? 6, I - I :".ln4E3n irc," , Qric Theatre X XY In .kgh I b ' X 1 ' Fwfsfl -f' ' ' I YMCW' muonic D X VI I I2 I Af .I . i I I V . I' F2122 A 'P 'L del h' .r--. gargzjtliietr--ngcz Rmplf Lf li' .ull 'l IIf'ri:zg:al Shzwbridgedrgfkwkr :..1g:,g:: I I ,l A 5, K4 AZ 4 I I 1 , , I X - ore, A- ..,, fmmf' gg- favIIIE::1un jwko : 333,333 I I.-I HERE . .. , Mew I f Ou fe I 5 f 319333 M I I ffm A Uma-' tanley . tanzon u IEEE: I it 1 :gif-Ezine, 3:5 ,VJ Q 3.3: ng e urg a le 'LL . szffwe IH' Il , Theatre Theatre F51 tre 4312131 Killa X Lore alre given, I 2 3 'QE-"Nga tw l'r'l 1 -,III Lore I IIIIIIWEIIII Ugg agfggkwz IE mai l , ,.,- I gil my Chestnut treezt :5 In i r' Chestqtut Street - I I A I ir s f 0 . X f I I 'IM - Q2 at Yheflzre G II I 'spasm Theat e N I to ' XC1lh57hCKllf8 Q amm alflf lrg qn Ill 'ul 617 th I rw L L A J, - A Wai w as Uoffwrhmfe . QTY W SU 1?,'gM,,e-T . 'Union League CD 0 ee wmv Imngh M I g fQ X a MI.. .Academyo unc ' 'Broad Stfheatre nw feet 0 -'T I I I I I I I I La- ln,-I ll 4:41 1 I-I Charles Ellis Goodin, Class '05, Pfi2Sfd6f7,i HOTEL ADELPHIA NEAREST EVERYTHING CHESTNUT AT THIRTEENTI-I PHILADELPHIAW --11433 ie-- A Zureau of Serbzee ana' Satisfaction LEON MERZ COMPANY General Insurance FIRE - CASUALTY - SURETY 220 South 16th Street PHILADELPHIA --QI, l:CJ-- General Agents Suburban Hgents UNION INDEMNITY COMPANY LUMBERMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY LA SALLE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY HOMESTEAD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY , ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY VICTOR V. CLAD COMPANY 119 and 121 South Eleventh Street, Phildelphia, Penna. Manufacturers of KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - FRENCH RANGES For Colleges, Institutions, and Fraternities STORING PHONE, EVERGREEN 5948 EXPERT CLEANERS 'OF ORIENTAL AND DOMESTIC RUGS AND CARPETS Special Attention Given to Cleaning and Storing of Fraternity House Rugs American-Oriental Rug Renovating Company Cor. Cuthbert and Lowber Sts. CRear 44 North Thirty-Eighth St.D --ti 434 Ie-- METRO GULDWYN MAYER PHOTOPLAYS -Pretentious Present I Offering to the Public Entertainment of Merit THE EST PHILADELPHIA TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY 3 7 Years of Seasoned Experience COMMERCIAL AND CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAVING FUND DEPARTMENT TITLE INSURANCE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE 26723 Interest on Checking Accounts LIZ Interest on Savings Accounts Capital, Surplus and Proiits, 31,500,000 Resources foverj .... 10,000,000 Trust Funds fkcpt scparatej, 4,500,000 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER PHILADELPHIA CLEARING HOUSE Walnut, at 36th St. Lancaster Ave., at 40th St. Q21 436 In-I ake Your ppearance Mend Its Way PRING IS WITH US. You'll be out more-home less. And fair damf sel eyes, too indulgent perhaps in the springtime, may rest uneasy on the Winter suit or an awkward tie that needs replacing. It is only natural and human to have a hundred suggestions for the reform of someone else. So the Campus Shop contains a thousand good suggestions for the betterment of your appearance. Suits, Shirts, Ties, Socks and a hunf dred other things. no GUI LFORD - BAC I-IARAC H The Gampus Shop 3649-51 Woodland Avenue we Philadelphia, Penna. K BROTHERS FifthAve-nine Boot Sh op Between -rm and 482' Sueezs. Newxbfk u - v .. ,, . 1, , df-1 , .-deff-'s,5?w M r l . . 1 i-.. J yi r,i' Exhibit Shops in all the Larger Cities ' 1 3 f ls, ., X " i, A LOYAL . vp 1 Mleff Qi" 2 ff . , , 2 5 Q T Q CLEANERS AND DYERS X ' 'J 1 , E J ' , , 'x Repairing, Altering, Pressing 1'RAY" French Dry-Cleaning Daily 4069 MARKET STREET 262 S. 37TH STREET Bell, Baring 8214 Bell, Evergreen 6506 i --21437 Is- llbinzkb am S ITS O P COATS HATS and SHOES t nding distinction Fabrics Quality unsurpassed. Style of outs a . out of the ordinary in patterns and dependable to the last allf Wool thread. Clothing you will wear with pride. Prices you ' ' h l ure. will pay Wit p eas ES can be obtained only at A Like many other good things, WICKHAM CLOTH ER'S TRAWBRIDGE CLQTHI STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. EIGHTH AND MARKET , gp. ' , L N N 3 S ' I .. I E ' A . S . Q..--' . ' Q is Q si, S :xsxx'mxxx N ' h 5 ' 5 s g --'I -' ' X 1 4 ' E S W.. ..- ' Ss' - 3 Q sr .- ,, I . , . ,S ' ' ' S , . 'S -3' . ,I ,s , ' - ' L ,V 4 V . ,- .. .- , , Llc P f 3 Sq by S .v" 61,5 pl xx , ,Nw - X Q s ,N Q -, . xx Q ts 6 . A N 0 Q Q Q - Q x s . 3, ,. s , - f S S 5 5 .x Q .x . '- Q -'Q '- s ' . -' es if S' X X ' ' Q.-xXxMwM,.o'o mei X'-.-m"Xv,x0' XXNQ -was S-u s"'mRxxXXX"XXxy f x, F. H.. -.9 . X00 .. x . ,xx , QNX xxx --E1 438 Ie- Ib QI 'Yotfll Cheer for the Sherman Square Hotel If You Try It just Once. So Whene'er 'You Plan a 'Uisit to the Metropolis of the World Assure 'Yourself of the Best by Ref serving a Roorn at The SHERMAN SQUARE HOTEL Broadway and 71st Street New York GZQ76 TARIEE REASONABLE ROOMS AS BIG As THE GREAT OPEN SPACES RESTAURANT A TREAT GECRGE H. BRADLEY Managing Director 4, 4' r-EI 439 IR-- THE CUYAHUGA MORTGAGE CO. UF CLEVELAND extends to the Students and Faculty ofthe University of Pennsylvania an invitation to visit our headquarters -to enlist our counsel Without obli- gation-and to participate in invest- ments of unsurpassed stability Hgapital, Like Labor, Seeks Security" E 600 Union Trust Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio --11 440 1a Great Lakes Cruise The steel steamships, Tionesta, Juniata and Octorara Of the Great Lakes Transit Corporaf tion sail every three days from all the principal ports on Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Superior. 2230 MILES of incomparable scenery on luxurious ships- a World renowned cuisine and the finest of sleeping accommodations. Meals and berth inf cluded in fare. Orchestra - Dancing For further information, tickets and reservations call any Tourist or Railroad Ticket Agent, Or JENKINS BROS. 133 North Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. GOES Manufacturers of valves, Packing Mechanical Rubber Goods A FAIR OFFER If you will put a Jenkins Valve On the worst place you can find, where you cannot keep other valves tight, and if it is not perfectly tight or does not hold steam, oils, J- F- CONDON, P- T- M- , acids, Water, or other fluids longer than any 6-,W 'Peo GREAT LAKES TRANSIT CORPORATION gl! other Valve, zzz Erie street ' Ql You MAY RETURN IT AND YOUR BUFFALO NEW YORK - MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED ' 'bei-55' MEATS AND POULTRY We specialize On furnishing Fraternity Houses. If you have trouble with your butcher, see us GNKD P. M. JONES 1549 VINE STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. BELL PHONE, RITTENHOUSE 8862 LEVY INC. Tailors to the Srnart Dresser taxi? We. lug: e 5 4 ' I ' Q ,,, .-Q , f ' 2, it , 1 I , , 1 , V fs RX, ' f f ' ' ,.1 Kr eg :,m Q , gssgz I 70: ae! gk? p ,.,, Q N , I rir I 4 M Ziff' ' ca c.-wo , "FRED,' 1 IO2 Walnut Street PHILADELPHIA --af 441 Ie:-A E. K. OTTEN P. G. OTTEN MEATS CDTTEN 81 TTE Wishes to thank the boys for their valued patronage A GREGON 1 4 3 O'3 2 SQUTH STREET The Hotel St. jfames Walnut at Thirteenth Street PHILADELPHIA is most fortunately situated near all attractions in Philaaetpizialv smartest section ana' comprises all the elements most soagtztfor in a family hotel home LOUIS L. SEGAL, MANAGER Gowns Q Hoods Q Caps We guarantee correctness AHZULLINGER Pharmacist PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY GRADUATES IN PHARMACY ONLY BELL, Baring 83-70 KEYSTONE, West 69-15 Spruce cgi 40th Sts., PHILADELPHIA in every detail Full infomation gladly sent on request COTRELL ac LEONARD COLLEGE DEPT. ALBANY, N. Y. i Er. 183 JI 442 Ie-- bilahszlpbiaz irarh atiunal anis Capital, Surplus, and Profits 328,500,000 L. L. RUE, Chairman of the Board JOSEPH WAYNE, JR., President The PhiladelPhiafGirard National Bank is a conf solidation of The Philadelphia National Bank, organ' ized in i8o3,, and the Girard National Bank, organf ized in 1832. Each as separate institutions enjoyed records of efficient service and unusual facilities, and at the time of consolidation were the two leading commercial banks of Philadelphia. All of the experience, facilities, and Personal service of each bank has been retained in the consolidated institution, and is available to meet every banking need. The Largest Bank in Philadelphia --QI 443 Ia' Four Fine Stores in Philadelphia for SAR 01211-IRVING QUALITY HATS 1038 Market Street 1524 Market Street 802 Chestnut Street 109 N. Eighth Street OVER 100 STORES-COAST TO COAST THE BECKMAN COMPANY 3 IO N. I I th Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. --Qnlznpu Efzgrcz foam' Prin fem' and Sm rim ery I Dzlolomas Fra ferrzizfy Cerfyfm tex Fra ferrzziv Smfiofzery nqlunb.. Qlbristmas Qiarhs WITH FRATERNITY EMBLEM A SPECIALTY Bell Phone, Evergreen S287 COURTESY ALWAYS Clearbrook Ice Qo. CHAS. B. WINN, Proprietor Ojjtice: no DE KALB SQUARE Ice for Sale at Office PHILADELPHIA THE MARK OF QUALITY , Three Generations Have Known M R' ff f f ga ay Inge ii Own Made ,, 8 Phone, Evergreen 8560. We deliver 'haf 3343 Woodland Avenue Conveniently on the Campus 1 A tflv x I ' rg, QR I QELI , A If R 5 : 3 a 3 4:-A Q9 -CII 444 It-' ' 'f PHILADELPHIA Chestnut and 39th Street I-ICTEL PENNSYLVANIA Fireproof . Uafaaafafaa Parking - Garage ff? Q32 5.335 Q- te' E fl if fa- '. fs-4. -f N- ,: -1214: H M :mil fiav las - : f if 311'-fqig, iff fq'-.--'i' 'Iii . '- -21-:FS E- -' Seiiafvf' N21--ZFY1-:?fP : if Qiiiillfll 1:--:g?1rf:Q. 'af pin QQEFEEEH-WE fl' L ' -si 211'-. '?1:U5UEliHIf2 vw- WWE 2:11----.2:'I-N ,wigs-5-4 H,--L, ' 5- X-x J-"-v -ga ' Y iii J, - - - a fill. .i5,UfE:.-l.-l,.? if W:'F"' if -- - ip' nu r 'wfigiwifvfw' -rwasf1+'..a ' .., .:. .. ,., OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT 6oo ROCMS-5oo BATHS Rooms with private bath and shower from - - 83.50 per day Rooms with running water from ----- 2.50 per day FOOD AND SERVICE THE BEST Near West Philadelphia Station-Pennsylvania Railroad-University of Pennsylvania-Franklin Field -L -il 445 fs-- Speciai Rates io Hofeis, Fraternities and Restaurants S615 lality Meat Markets S. MAZMANIAN, Taroprietor MAIN OFFICE: 3800 Market Street Eve 2897 The S 8: S is the leading meat market of the U. of P. Campus, in prices, quality, and most in service and delivery. Let us help you solve your meat problem. STORES: 38th oc Market Streets 5 l 39 Market Street Eve 2897 Gia 4923 l90l Columbia Avenue Bouvier 6: Shunk Sts. Sie 7650 Iac 3860 The main store is al3800 Jliarkel Sireel 'Clie branches are at 1901 Columbia Ave., 5139 Jlfaikel St., 1730 Skunk Sl -'21 446 Ie-- MCDERN HOTELS in Progressive Gities CITY HOTEL CITY HOTEL Schenectady, N. Y. The VAN CURLER Alexandria, Va. . . The GEORGE MASON York, Pa. .... . . The YORKTOWNE Martinsburg, W. Va. . . The SHENANDOAH Camden, N. J. . The WALT WHITMAN Norristown, Pa. . . The VALLEY FORGE Troy, N. Y. . The TROY Salem, Mass. . . The HAWTHORNE New Britain, Conn. The BURRITT Gardner, Mass. . . . . The COLONIAL Oswego, N. Y. . The PONTIAC Winchester, Va. . The GEORGE WASHINGTON Carlisle, Pa. . . . . . The MOLLY PITCHER Philipsburg, Pa. ..... The PHILIPS Coney Island, N. Y. The I-IALF MOON Virginia Beach, Va. The CAVALIER Rochester, Pa. . . The PENN BEAVER Wilkinsburg, Pa. . Hamilton, Ohio . Th e Th e PENN LINCOLN ANTHONY VVAYNE Uniontown, Pa. . . Glens Falls, N. Y. , Middletown, Ohio . Kingston, N. Y. . . Newport, R. I. . . Troy, N. Y. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Willimantic, Conn. New Castle, Pa. . . PottSville,iPa. . Savannah, Ga. . Ashland, Ky. . . The WHITE SWAN The QUEENSBURY The MANCIIESTER The GOVERNOR CLINTON The VIKING The HENDRICK HUDSON The READ HOUSE The NATHAN HALE The CASTLETON The NECHO ALLEN The GENERAL OGLETHORPE The I'IENRY CLAY AMERICAN HOTELS CORPORATION, 25 west 45th se., New York City I. LESLIE KINGAID, President Affiliated: UNITED HOTEL COMPANY or AMERICA M RIIET TREET TITLE 8: TRU T C0. Southwest Corner 52d and Market Sis. PHILADELPHIA OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNTIL 11 P. M. Capital, Surplus, and I Reserves 0ver S4,000,000.00 Checking Accounts, ZWJ Interest Savings Accounts, 4'Zp Interest Safe Deposit Department Trust Department Titles Insured to Real Estate Bond and Investment Department Foreign Drafts and Travelers' Checks I QQ! , ..... .4 1 ...fixff -I""' ' y M, J -'-, b w EEK , . , Bonnie oo er ONNIE DOVER is a beautiful light Weight, zzflb. boudoir iron yet practical and serviceable for all light ironing. Containing the famous Vea NOfBURNfOUT Heating Element, equipped with sixffoot detachable cord and plug set, and niclcled steel stand. Packed and Carried in a handy leatherette traveling bag. 'Sold by Hardware and Electric Stores and in Philadelphia by john Wanamaker. The Dover Manufacturing Co. Dover, Ohio --al 447 Ie-- BUILDING BRAIN AND BRAWN is the job of a real university-but you can't build them out of books alone. Rational exercise, good habits and a Well-balanced food will do it. That's the reason Sl-IREDDED WHEAT is on the training table of every college ancl univefsity in this country It is a whole Wheat food, scientihcally cooked, and a nice balance between proteins and carbohydrates. Deliciousl ' h' with milk or cream. y nouris ing for breakfast or lunch Made Only' by THE SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY Niagara Falls, N. Y. iw s N I: S 1MlLK Q - n,c n I I l s U P P L E E f I C E gy l a cyy -tla , Wl x CREAM aIase I A N f ff W, GOLD :syi I I A V1 A a MEDAL i y yf y'y fy 5 I a MILK "MCSE" NEXCELLED --U11 448 Ik-- Tlfze estern Saving Fund Society of Philadelphia -I ' INCORPORATED 1847 i Main Office: Tenth and Walnut Streets KENSINGTON FRANKEORD NORTH PHILADELPHIA FRONT AND YORK STS. 4643 FRANKEORD AVE. GERMANTOWN AVE. AND VENANGO ST. Assets W Over INTEREST 363,000,000 OFFICERS ROBERT J. BRUNKER, F. F. I-IALLOWELL, VicefPresiclerit and Treasurer J. R. NAULTY, Assistant Treasurer C. P. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Treasurer C. A. WHEELER, Secretary ALFRED C. HARRISON GEORGE STUART PATTERSON EDGAR C. FELTON CHRISTIAN C. FEBIGER EDWIN S. STUART A. A. JACKSON RODMAN E. GRISCOM FREDERICK FRALEY, MD. -4 President O. W. WEISEL, Manager of SubfOjf1ces CHARLES HUB, Comptroller H. E. THOMPSON, Assistant Secretary JOS. B. TOWNSEND, JR., Solicitor MANAGERS WILLIAM R. PHILLER B. DAWSON COLEMAN JOHN W. GEARY EVAN RANDOLPH LEVI L. RUE W. W. CURTIN CHARLES E. BRINLEY HENRY G. BRENGLB ROBERT J. BRUNKER HENRY TATNALL ALBERT L. SMITH JOHN E. ZIMMERMANN WILLIAM W. BODINE ROBERT K. CASSATT GEORGE H. FRAZIER GEORGE MCFADDEN P A SAVINGS ACCOUNT is the FOUNDATION of your future SUCCESS. Start Now and Save Regularly --S1449 IE- CTEL ORMANDIE CCLUB NORMANDIEJ I 36th and Chestnut Streets I PHILADELPHIA, PA. 4' IC' "In the Heart of the Campus" . X V I Rates from The 32.00 pefr Day - N Hotel foof Smart' Special People Monthly Rates UNIVERSITY OFIPENNSYLVANIA . .W ,..., Th1eeBlocks PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD STATION ..... Three Blocks BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD STATION . Tm Blocks PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL .......... Twenty Blocks WALNUT STREET BUS SERVICE ........ One Block CHESTNUT STREET TROLLEY SERVICE .... Af the Door MARKET STREET ELEVATED STATION .... Onefhalf Block AUTOMOBILE PARKING FACILITIES . . . . . Unlimited -4----P Club Breakfast f f f 30.50 CLUB NORMANDIE SpeCia1LunCheOn , , , 0,75 SESSIONS NICHTLY Full Course Dinner f f 51.25 AFTER 9 PM NO COUVERT CHARGE UNTIL 9 P.M. Show MUSIC! DCL7TCl71gl aqui - Hb.. HDTEL ORMANDIE 36th and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OE CI-IAS. C. KELLY --:JI 450 Ie-- MAKES BREATHING EASIER -A-3 uic fIQltef XN R fOr for H CQLDS O ICCQUGHS NO G , ,XQQCHED BY69 CQUGHS NO NARCOTICS 9 'fu 'Q' b y THROAT CRQUP it " 5 bqiifamiox' COUGH DROPS TICKLE A511-IMA ,,,,,,. 1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, VOICE I-.'!5i15'f'! i - :fc T5 3i',i"Ff'l' 5293 STRA IN 56 56 WM. H. LUDEN, INC. READING, PA. PENN MEN I x Q71 r IX. KNDWI 0 I , ,QQ M, Literally thousands of EDWARD FA I R M 0 U N T '41 if Suns are worn at Penn. Correct college styles, cut singly by band to LAUNDRY STUDENT SER VI C E HARRY R. ENDICOTT 247 South 37th Street VVEST PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1 your individual measure and bench- .,:. i.,' . - tailored in smart fabrics from tbe V foremost looms of America and Europe. Sold direct to you witb- zi 5- ff out one cent added for any X N I' f I I .1 in D I ' lie' ol! ,I X 'Ev . K, I? if 7 K gi I if 9 ' V . li ,f . 5 5+ K um middleman ' - f -"lk bi ' tg F- ' 523.75 IQ Q-I and THE 75 EDWARD TAILORING Co., INC. 338.4 S. E. Cor. 16th and Ivlarket Sts. Entrance: 7 South 16th St. I YWXRD CLOTHES .MADE FOIQYOU --21 451 le-- The rum-total of motorzhg perfectzbn spells Cczdzllac HE almost absurdly simple reason Why Cadillac dominates the Hne car field nearly to the point of monopolizing it is that every hour spent in a Cadillac represents sixty minutes of unal- loyed luxury, both physi- cal and mental. All good cars of all types and sizes have their good points-but all good points ofall phases ofper- formance, unite in Cadil- lac in a sum-total of rest- fulness and reliability which spells the differ- ence between complete and partial comfort and content. CADILLAC MOTOR CAR Co. YJhz'ladelplzz'a Branch Broad Street and Ridge Avenue Broad Street and Ridge Avenue Service Rosemont, Lancaster Pike ' Germantown, Near Queen Lane Station Telephone, Stevenson 9100 Statlons Frankford, 1697 Fillmore Street ' ' LIKE LIFE ITSELF ' ' The 'Y ginger giigageg as aa 0 i ..,,,,::. ,Z.. Y' Q, gi IKE life itself! you will exclaimrwhen first you hear the Vivaf v-if fr ZEQQQ . H . . . -H Q' '52 tonal Columbia. Like life itself ! -never was a phrase .fig '-Ugg ,V Q . . . . more aptly descriptive than this slogan of the new Vivaftonal l if -9 Columbia, the new livingftone Columbia. "Q, There 1S a Vivaftonal Columbia for every home. Each model is a t.,. s if ' f . . . . striking example of the artistry of the cabinetmaker. . . . . . Years of expenence and experiment in recording sound achieved ...gy .a ecrwb .,..t. , " . AW the Columbia New Process Records, made the new way- Elec' trically-Vivaftonal recording. Years of experience and experiment . MODEL 810 QC1osedj in reproducing sound have now culminated in the Vivaftonal Cof lumbia -"like life itself ll' 7 Prices Models S90 4 f to COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH COMPANY Sizes S300 1819 Broadway New York City 4-:JI 452 In-1 'u QI Suits, Top Coats, Overcoats of superior character. Perfectly tailored in correct fashioning, S35 and upward. I I JACOB REEDS SONS' 3,,...,,x 1 11424-26 Chestnut St. Philadelphia A I N ,.. 1 if 'L fr z.'.m ,. 1, , 7 ,N f ' xfl lfl' was , I MQ 2 kg? Pfrinters of the UPUNCH BOWL PRINTERS BINDERS UI I fs 1 lc ,ww fl,-'X xx ' 5 5 ,f Q Q ' I , ,WW 'MEM r fr I ia xxx fy Jaya? liibikigg, fjyi I .xXQ, ..'gQ, f tigif L IL? iii Q lx 52160 +1 A X ,-' K- xv I "SERVICE" I I RULERS SQ DUNLAP PRINTING COMPANY N. E. Cor. Juniper and Cherry Sts. PHILADELPHIA, PA. -'21 453 In-b Sittings by Bell fI'5elephone Appointment Walnut 3987 H. ZAMSKY PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION 902 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. School and College Annuals are made by highly trained men in our special department. It will pay you to investigate. Photographs in this Record are a sample of our product and skill NO PRINTS GIVEN FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT PATRON'S WRITTEN CONSENT --A1 454 le- Ubffany fPenn Men- d Ni ht banking service so convenient IND Franklin Trust Day an g that they carry their accounts here throughout their stay at College. Hundreds of Penn 'cGrads" now prominent in the world of busif ness are Franklin Trust Depositors. Why don't you Hbank with us and grow with us" too? Open 8.30 A. M., ,til Midnight FRANKLIN TRUST COMPANY Southwest Corner Fifteenth and Chestnut Streets - R S5 513475133 lljfllgfgstogiits A la 57oI3:Ze7fi17f1i'i7tloli71i7nOiZixtiSnue Front Street Ojice 'Z NIGHT m Frankford Office Frankford Ave. and Paul St. Front and Market Streets DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE THE BANK THAT GAVE PHILADELPHIA H0TEL WALTG BROAD STREET AT LOCUST - ,iliiw-y.. ' , F' Il Heijsmqhlr is Q: if wlmgfesssv N fi ..nl1,:.:ii?L: 400 Rooms . . 32.50 upward la L eg 4' + Excellent facilities for banquets, class reunions, and all social functions 4' 'Y' CHARLES DUFFY, JR., Manager --21455 In 4, BELL RITTENHOUSE 6181 KEYSTONE, RACE 4360 ATLAS WHCLE SALE CRCCERY COMPANY FRATERNITIES - OUR SPECIALTY 172g,f25f27 Wood Street P PHILADELPHIA 172628 Carlton Street A F RE E D ' S QUALITY MARKET HoUsE MEATS and CRCCERIES COR. SUSQUEHANNA AVENUE AND WOODSTOCK STREET PHONE-COLUMBIA 6o8z '4' -P SPECIAL PRICES T O FRATERNITIES +- 4-n 7 WZ w eb-I I I E " ,S " " "' 12- . C n ew get I K 3' ,A.: ' I it ie I f if V X , ,T f. u 0 W HEN 41456 It-- SERVICE DAY8. NIGHT 4 QSSQQV 4942+ 4. 9 -F COURSE you can manage your life Without thrift...just as you can drivefa ear Without gasoline. .. - if is going downhill E - Have a Bank Account... Keep it Growing ' G-1-E THE CoLoN1AL TRUST CoMPANY FOUNDED 1899 Head Omce: 20 SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET Open unlil midnigbt daily' OTHER OFFICES MARKET STREET AT THTRTEENTH LEHIGH AVE. AT GERMANTOWN GIRARD AVE. AT SEVENTH WOLF STREET AT SEVENTH BAINBRIDGE STREET AT FIFTH WALNUT ST. AT SEVENTEENTH --21 457 IR'- Evergreen 7672 BELL PHONE i Eve s327-33zs- 29 T ULL BROTHERS ina JFUUUS ,Shah ani: Qllrah meat Gut ipecialtp 040 Special Prices to Fraternities, Restaurants, and BoardingfHouses GWO FREE DELIVERY 4013 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa. I I KENDIG WHELAN MASON ' 'Sailors SQ 1207 Walnut St., Philadelphi BELL PHONES l Sgfieghggsl 6347 ALDIN E GARAGE GYO 2027-2039 Sansom Street Philadelphia - Penna. Eve 7050 Wm. 5. 2Bun5aII'5 inns 3826 Market Street ORD Heating Roofing Spouting Repairs J f if WM 'v'M.,, J , f fi X 5 Na X if f ff ff ,Ffa fill 7' - Y Q .,,L L I M' 'i , f W ff an J "SAM" 41 458 Ir-- I!! Dil We congratulate the Class of 1927 and extend our sincerest Wishes to each of its members for a successful lifetime s of service Q All illustrations in 'Elie flQco'rcl ' I Q 2 7 Engraved by "fPhilac:lelpl1ia'7 AN ASSOCIATION OF SKILLED CRAFTSMEN ' DESIGNERS 6 PHOTO' ENGRAVERS ' RENDERING SUPERIOR PHOTO ' ENGRAVING SERVICE PHOTO -ENGRA - G gQ,1JyiPANY mc. PRESIDENT PHILADELPHIA agp m sa 'AIJI 459 Ib-- QJ- A lfagmg!Ql EiE f -I 1 T JMPOR TED Eng 11 S hs R1 'img X tttttt t lti ili i ML U ll B0 0 T S and - 'af SHCES y 12f' .fiiifif fffi Ffff i ff f 2222 ff 2222 I 22f F' :222?22232i25sEfisi.s A 208658 ygrkw. ' I CHESTNUT STREET' Hickey-Freeman Customized Clothes 1332 CHESTNUT STREET There is a definite style known as the University lVIan's Style. Any clothing manufacturer can produce it-but it takes the most expert hand tailor- ing to do it justice. And have it do the same for you! That's Why Hickey-Freeman put the Finest of needled talent and skill into their University Clothes. Because it is their careful, adroit hand-tailoring that gives these styles that smooth, graceful effect that only the best custom tailors can equal. Hickey-Freeman Clothes Are on Sale or Prominent Stores Throughout the Couniry 3-Iinhegfjfreeman Qfo. Rochester, N. Y. i l The McDaniel Steam Trap Eg is the dividing line .... between steam and bbgZ.,. -ee---'1A, .... N Water. Steam cannot How throughg water - ., -:-, . ,,.k , 7-iii , ..,, , 'fit W y y, 4 Cannot stay ing and in the cost is small. WATSON 81 MCDANIEL CO. 146 North Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. PEN-COL BUTTER-UNIVERSITY FAVORITE GEORGE E. LEACH WHOLESALE Butter f Eggs f Cheese 7170 Berkley Road CUpper Dorbyj, PHILADEI PHIA, PA. Sherwood 5120 Lansdowne 2035 Ural 460 IE-- prnah ,QUERY rust nmpanp 12TH AND ARCH STREETS BROAD AT GIRARD AVENUE nf 4. The best friend in the world today is a Savings Account. Thrift means Independence. Open a Savings Account with us, and watch it grow. We pay 4 per cent interest plus Ioo per cent service. Two per cent interest allowed on Checking Accounts. TITLES INSURED Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent A CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S82o,ooo T RESOURCES SS3,2oo,ooo STATE AND CITY DEPos1ToRY IOS. W. SALUS, President H. MCCAULLT, Sec'yf'T'reas. 'P- 4. WE CONSIDER EVERY NEW ACCOUNT AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEMONSTRATE OUR SERVICE B O O T I-I B Y S Nationally Known . M t SEA FOOD RESTAURANT l T I 13th Street below Chestnut :'i T 'V f f? OPEN SUNDZEE 3-IO P. M. ' ,.,i 2 A S. ,... PRIVATE Rooms FOR BAN UET 2 S . . .... ' -l -i I s T ,- to 2, ga , M X Cgf D V tr ' ' x lr' 3' "fg?fII'gf f I .fowl -A . . A , . . D I Quality Refrigerators for all Purposes . P I Used with Machines or Ice -fPERCY" MCCRAY REFRIGERATOR SALES CORPORATION THOMAS L, PEROT, Philadelphia Represenialive 206 South llth Street PHILADELPHIA Pennypack 7669 --:il 461 Ib-A A Statewide Organization - representing Nationally Known Mutual Fire Insurance Companies which return Dividends of 2062 and more to their Policyholders :il K' la , t is - , .. Q 3 i -:pal gt 2 ., rv: EEN m n ' 5.5 Eel! mn: Q . S ll f' 'lmfh , -"-'fries-f.:-.-215. 4 --' Q aaai sr ss- A if FL 1 . - . - 'iir rli Eff f' -1 H .ii - Ill! ff -' ll1'E ?.:'T-'1 Rx ,- nnnl 'ii A xl -, - iw., ,,. - .-il., + HoUsToN DUNN, INC. 708 South Washington Square PHILADELPHIA, PA. ' iw, V . - ii' ' ,, ,' 1 ,. M1462 Ie-- Thoroughly Educated When You Patro nize Reuben's! P- 4 'x4?xJ'x'f'x1?x!' CGC top off four of the finest years in your life, make a resolution now to come to Reuben's. Midfday Luncheons, 85 cts. Blue Plate Dinners, 31.25. Ternpting Chicken Reubenola, Welsh Rarebit and Chile Con Carne at even more fascinating prices. And Coffee-well! me Louis actually delights in ordering for you, for her, or for the family. Needrft even think of food- lct Louis do it! 00.9 For years in New York, and now in Philadelphia, it's HEUBENT5 "THA Tfs MLK' In PHILADELPHIA at 213 South Broad Street In NEW YORK at Avenue, at 59th, Broadway at 81st Madison ff' 7 1 ,MI X 1 'I ' ff A ii- La.. 1 V. fxg. My f?'4'W", " 'gf '-'M L. 1,1 I? r 7 X lyff 6 X ' ' 'ffl f C s X an ix ,rin PZ. . . if ....,, 4-'-V 1 43202 - -, .. ,. ' A l :il fm? 1,1 A , X Y "NIC" WALTER PFORZHEIMER Slnhestmmt Securities no BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY .sq 463 1a- CO FIDE CE If an automobile manufacturer were to substitute cast iron where Specifications call for steel, he would have a difIicult task in same group Of metals. explaining that both belong tO the Or, if a jeweler attempted to substitute a white Sapphire for a diamond, the plea that both belong to the precious-Stone group would not serve as a satisfactory excuse. Modern business rests upon a foundation of confidence. Without it, the ultimate goal can never be reached, regardless Of product. Your contract with the L. G. Balfour Company protects you from substitution. It is our constant effort to maintain a service that will inspire your confidence. Ofhbia! ?elvelef.g to the majority of fraternities and sororztres on ebery college campus BRANCH OFF I CES BOSTON WASHINGTON NEW YORK COLUMBUS CHICAGO ATLANTA PHILADELPHIA RICHMOND PITTSBURGH INDIANAPOLIS KANSAS CITY DES MOINES DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES SEATTLE I T T THERE IS QUALITY AND SERVICE AT ENN O C K' S I FANCY SELECTED MEATS BUTTER, EGGS, AND POULTRY Catalogs, Folders and 'N' Advertising Matter in Speczal Fraternity Rates Efnefal- OKD Class Record Books. EVERGREEN 7140 3914 MARKET STREET Commercial Printing of any kind. ADJUSTO CASE Adjusts 6 to I5 inches 1 Solid Cowhide it ' INNQVATIQN ii Luggage and Trunks 5 zo ber cent Student Discount THE LUGGAGE SHOP of JOHN C. FAGAN RITTBNHOUSE PLAZA, IQTH STREET AT WALNUT I I 3 Specialties: - Envelopes, Plain Sheets, Writing Pads for memo. purposes. Williams 8 Marcus Co N. W. Cor. 10th and Lombard Sts. C Philadelphia, Pa. --al 464 Ie-- TEGRIT 0 fl s 1 .5-Jl - it s 'fl tWfET "' if y JY Q ,, 'lg -X 'Q 5 A Qjxsiyfxr 2: '1 ,Qullllfl "Time and chance lmppefnetli to them allf' Thus ends a timefproved biblical admonition-confirmed in your own experif ence every day. How often have you said L'It's the unexpected that always happensu? How many of your best laid plans have miscarried? From an experience covering many years and thousands of individual cases, we sincerely advise every man or woman who owns property: 1. To make a will. ' 2. To appoint a trust company as the executor of that will. The many advantages of appointing an executor whose continuing existence does not depend on the survival of one or more individuals are too obvious to need recital here. Our purpose is simply to remind you that, just because "it is the unexpected that always happens," there is no time like the present to assure the faithful execution of your will. Integrity Trust Comp an 717 Chestnut Street 4th and Green Streets Capital and Surplus, 84,250,000 --21465 Ia- H 0 L 1 Invites you to spend yowr 'vacation at Amefriccis Gfrecttest I Family Resosrt RATES ON APPLICATION SUUTHERN . . 1 , GCEAN CITY NEW JERSEY BATI-IIN G TENNIS FISHING SWIMMING GOLF BGATIN G Qzkve fo ennsplhania VY Ylermanmf Sndowmenf OLD IVGRY CGATED BOGK USED IN THE 1927 RECORD a produc t 0f the Dill 595 Gollms Gompcmy distributed by Kegel 59' Gompcmy, Inc. 140 NORTH 6th STREET - PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. FL0WE Rs Telegraphed Anywhere, Any Time 006 HARRY S. BETZ IO26 W. Lehigh Ave. Col. 6002 Nursenes FARM, Dav1sv1lle and Byber ve. Eat and Bc Merry at The WafHe Studio 208 South 36th Street 11,5 Twfereni! Gompliments Mastbaum Bros and Eleisher I I e It "Where-a-zway?', In the annals of the Whale- T man, that old refrain rings Out- .- , as to the Senior on the thresh- old of a new journey-and so to . ::" In 5.-nv ' , us, as We anticipate the establish- . KN I'I1CI'1t of 2111 CVCD bCftCI' SC1'V1CC HS "1l1"Wf Tum' ' 4' 5 .. .. -:'- .. A ' T52 t" lll il Psi XXX 19x X 4 1 . x l S ' W LW, 'MH 1ll 1 1 4 an Institution for Campus Wear. The College Shop E3 2 , 3643 Woodland Avenue , "EMBELLISHERS OF EXZTERIORSHA . . Bell Tele hone Benjamin H. Shoemaker p T INCORPORATED J. F. LOWDEN PLUMBING PLATE GLASS --l WINDOW Steam and Hot Water Heating 104 South 40th St. Philadelphia Every Description of Glass Required in WORLD'S GREATEST INDOOR SPORT Construction of Buildings. PENN 205-211 North Fourth Street PHILADELPHIA I CROSEN BROS-5 Where Gentlemen Play the Game TELEPHONES - BELL, Market 0640 KEYSTONE, Main 1020 3659AX32?:1iland fjollgtielxtlltarket .- , O --:JI 470 Ir:- l. COLDBERC Whoilesale and Retail --P I+' ERU ITS AND PRODUCE '4' 4. S. E. COR. 4OTH AND LOCUST STREETS Evergreen 5818 "SPECIAL SERVICE TO ERATERNITIESH 2240 POUNDS OF GOOD CLEAN COAL TO EVERY TON Mason-Heflin Coal CO. Main Office 4th and Allegheny Mason-HeHin Yard Mason-Heflin Yard Richmond and Dyott Sts. E. Norris and Girard Ave. Mason-Scholes Yard Mason-Smyth Yard 4th and Allegheny Avenue Trenton Ave., and Venango Street ,p4sfah"'N 3 MASON'S VICTORY f. - Af: "' f Kr' ur, ' f- nf V ' 2 JQCQNEWQ-mxza:.r-,, X ' ' - v '- Cie - r A 2, I , 5? ' 7- S R fl-I ' '- 1 V - ff, Q . 7, qi: if ,f f,,- ..-,115 Mason-Adams Yard I Mason-Adams Yard 49th and Grays Avenue Upper Darby Mason-Ogden Yard Mason Builders Supply Co. Swarthmore, Pa. 69th and Market St. "5XC'ore Heat Value for a ilollari' ievx- ' CARL H. AVPFORZHEIMER E99 CO 25 BROAD STREET NEW YORK --11 471 1e-- DUDEQ-Q-lg?-TH sas ROAD STER ' "Y Mm Lim Bw For weekend trips away from the grind! 125 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore. Ardmore 2431 131 N. Wayne Ave., XVnyne, Pa. Wzayne 1328 SUM 5.5845 f. 0. b. ' Haverford Rd, at Ardmore Junction. Ardmore 23,3 Germantown Branch Greene E? Rittenhouse Sts. Germantown 7926 Frankford Bfmh Parkway East: of 18th St. 4744 Frankford Ave. Delaware 2307 RU ho se 9 OO 1 en u 1 -te 2 4 .La-- .- 'fgft . to I' I . ' ' V 2 .. ,- . V W Vw 4325. av 3 I . law f ' f I f r -' ,j f A .i Q , tai? " M ' l Sm X KV I jkf':5f,",f!?'!f5?Lf' by I 2 -. 1, Sanz. Nfl ' , 471 1: NJJJ 4 1 fm Sz' W I I , 'X . .LV , . ' 0 f . rf- - , ,M L "COACH" W 4 , I f ffff"' A f Tw it Y? 4 eeee moe ARCH STREET . ?HELE-A ELEDHHXEQ-. in CLASS PIPES ALL KINDS fPipe fllepairing I. G. WILLIAMS S. E. Corner 37th and Locust Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. A-3:1472 Ie SAVIN ea D1 TULLIO f7YCeArchcmt 'Gailofrs 7527 7 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET PHILADELPHIA A"AA :EA'AQ 5 iii ffl if if' ' , ' :':'?E K , ., ,f ff 690 QQ I f ? nllcflfyg ',lvj?4,l!n ,, , 9 lili gflff' P ' 2 'jaf ,Z -,P ifitfp 4-92? 2 Q f - .,. ,Nik .X-fi-,AL f .UE-E-if 2: -fk 1- X j, i jg 15- ,C 5 'Z E'af n ALL' nf' 2? iff n 1 ,PE ' 'fo n gb near the Ocean iiflv callevi Ul1fBreaIzers Q. 0 55 o modern in eougpment and well conducted it IS known as one of theWo1:1dS flnest Hotels 5? L plan a Sojourn bytzho Sea and visit Tlireqiikers JOEL HILLMAN NEW JERSEY JULIAN HILLMAN President '15 Wharton Vic -President 8 Nanag M zgsgagegasszsaezfaaffaeaiagzgz aQsgags5zge525agzgageisiagsgagagagaas z5agegsai22222gi555552gi52555Sge553agagagzisgagsgzgagagagzg- 3z5252555sigisigigiiigigigigiiigii ,,4., M u ,,,,, ,VV,, .,.:.:.,..,,,.,.,.,:,1.:.:1 g 1 A I - , . , ,Y 2 ' ' I I I f vs,- . X 5,-I ' . Qi , , ii " 4, ' EXIT :-vivx fs - - L , .4 - " I 1 if ,lf..:g4?3M',, - .X . 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Builds up the starved tissues, which prevail in every home. Nervousness, Aci- dosis, Auto-intoxicat-ion and Brain fag are relieved in an al- most unbelievalale way. Satisfac- tion or no pay. Ask your drug- gist, doctor, or write direct. DR. A. B. KLAR, Food Specialist CHINESE FOOD SERVED ON SECOND FLOOR DOVER, OHIO, U. S. A. yuan.. -,--,- -V ---,V-,, , .... , L .,.,.,. ,,.,.L .,.,, T... Y.Y.,.,.,,. .,...,..,.L.,,, .Y.Y.Y. .... ,. ,,Y,,. 3. ,.,, ,,., .,.L..,.Y.v.,-.,,,.v.....w..,....,...... 3 -,AlffazzfzzwcCwgyklafesflzbqhcliassliofel North Carolina Avenue Ocean Block With accommodations 'for 250 guests. All rooms have private baths. Q Two to six room apartments available on long or short term leases. American Plan Concert Orchestra 3 A feature in favor is the location-on a highly restricted residential I avenue in the center of the resort. Q' For rates and infomation, wntc A. O. Frzmckle 8: E. L. Cope, Managers 4 n ' I ,.,,........,... .. X I' "II'9. -- 5B 5 " INA' 'i'Fliigig-5,15 Egllg f , Nm f fs 5 lin PE' FE 5- 'li l 7 -. -eta L fl X . 51 412199. I 5 505 : +.e-.:,.. . , f" X . 4 Mi le " 1.ll'5l 1 uw-h " f IL fer- I" T for Jqny ana' ,411 7-Durposes Manufactured RIGHT Here SMYTI-I BROS. 37th ancl Market Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. A. Salus 85 Sons MEATS, POULTRY CANNED GOODS, Etc. Distributing the highest quality Q of food products for Hotels, Clubs and Institutions tit I4, I6, I8 North Delaware Avenue I7, I9 North Water Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. I6 South Tennessee Avenue ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. --QI 479 Ie-A DURING THE TEAR JUST PAST Hou T HALL Had the privilege of the support of the Class of 1927. Our doors will always be open to welcome you when you return to the campus. The facilities of our business departments are at your service as Alumni. We operf ate a mail order department for your convenience. 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F A "1 A1531 f - -12 , a F5 is I, Www - i.,. , ' I HOTEL SYLVANIA LOCUST below BROAD i I I V P IAQ? I eg' me BROWN DECORATING OO flbfficial ibecuraturs tn filhp 25511, 1927 IF IT ISN'T ARTISTIC IT ISN'T A DECORATION umkgmao Floral, Electiic, Scenic Decorations PAGEANTS, FLOATS, STAGE PROPERTIES WEDDING DEOORATIONS CBELL TELEPHONED SPRUCE 6440 iw N95 I I sodas "At All T5I1e fBette'r Stores" 4 H .-..--- 'I r 1 ' 'I faq' 55 ' .ls ,Q fa A ' 6' 4,5 K .3 1 , ' . ff. 1 h -. , f r ,f X j ' , 9 ks x. V51 G ' Q , , -, 'Q - X 1, C . wx-fzxx h f ,f nmxxtix -1- - N -fi", mln - - s ,A , ' t WT I A ix' - ' . I ll I II X K it 'Tn ,z' ',..,Ihf, U , ' ' -X, N . x . "Mi, I K 'I t f I I' I' X' , ,K V 5 A 'AHAMH North Philadelphia Trust Company BROAD STREET 6: GERMANTOWN AVE. Above Eric Avenue Insures Real Estate Titles Executes Trusts Rents Sale Deposit Boxes Interest Paid on Check Accounts 271 Saving Euncl . .I .... A . 4? HOURS: 9a.m.to3p.m. Saturday until I2 noon Monday and Friday evenings from 7 to 9 .V- 5 L Clothes for the Discriminating College Man MICHAEL FRANCISCO Tailors 214 South Eleventh St. PHILADELPHIA, PA. ECIW. K. Tryon Company PHILADELPHIA19 LEADING SPORTING GOODS STORE Q12 CHESTNUT STREET gffglk --:JI 483 It:-4 ,FT- Il "FIRST FOR SERVICE" PHONE, PENNX PACKER 1300 GARAG 2ISl and Ludlow Streets 22d and Ludlow Streets 1433-39 Manning Street Carlisle ef Wood Streets 1825-33 Market Street N. E. Cor. Broader Pine Streets 202-10 S. Ninth Street 1714 Market Street PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. All cars are fully insured by us during the parking in the garage and in transit hoth Ways. ThIs Insurance will cover fire, property damage, collision, and theft and will involve no charge to our patrons DIRECT WIRE WITH ALL HOTELS OFFICIAL GARAGE FOR ALL THE HOTELS I TOWING, ACCESSORIES, TIRES AND TUBES otnesr srUDENT SUPPLY HoUsE ON THE CAMPUS - 52 YEARS ON THE CAMPUS 9 BE A I 0 S. Buchshaum 86 Son 37th Sz Spruce Streets Wal Estate and Mortgages DRUGS 247 South Fifteenth Street Famous Coffee and Lzmclteonette ' Monogram Paper and Pipes PHILADELPHIA, PA- BAYLINSON BROS. A . I EVERYTHING Fore THE STUDENT 3 Splendid Restaurant Sl A restaurant that is not only SPLENDID in name, but in the quality of the meals and type of service tendered to our patrons ,.,',,. EDMUND J. KOLLHOFF EXCLUSIVE FOOTWEAR 3 6 4 5 W O O D L A N D A V E N U E 3611 WOODLAND AvE. PHILADELPHIA, PA --11 484 Ie-- WCIRRORED The clothes you wear reflect your irmate 'nature as well as your personal physical characteristics. O. T. BARBIERI 69' OO. -4 - ,llleercbant ffliailureh Qllutbezl -C 7'- IIII WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. I 3 'J X I ,P i f 4-lit-557 5 ff f i hxls . '-' dry, .aj x wi 2 wf-1 L R Z g il' I ff 'Q ,VA . f lil -All .lm '. pg? " I ' alll-l I me I g, V N03 5 .qlv VAL' A ' . .',. I zffwix . fl . 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