University of Pennsylvania - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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W IQ, ' ST' f . -. . X 'M , 'Ll Q , 1 II . I I I I I :f. N N W 'Q -. ,P ,-In Tig! J. . A I II IIIII I ,Im .IIINIII TW IEII IIjL".llIil-III: I IFIIH' I I f If' ' ' If .L - '- Is.'3:I5ffT liI .. . vI HDI'-I III I,I I 11-I-.IH .f .' I ,-. II -'. - In . I . 1gl. . IE-.. n 'u"I. n' THE RE ORD FUR 1928 Unz'verj7Qf of Pe nnjylvamkz g 1-ul 'A 1 ' , 7 xf Y ' , 3 Bemg the HIS T GRY of the acfiviiies of the Undergraduate Clai- fes for The fchool Year 1927-28. .gxb A X K1 AH 35 P4 'X' A 'X- Gri V7 KJV, 'FS'- L-0 A - K : X' ':'iiJ :Q Qwul :fl "1" 'Gr nm 4541: :Q-xfflz Sb' W :PQ 5 nm,-r Q. ' Cgffm ,AS WX, 75C ff,'5N 8 -HQ s9 x Qfa 'm J PHIL.4fDELPHIf1 VOIL1meLVlll -, .T .v Q ... 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SAVIN Business Manager Q Q ' SAMUEL J ROBERTS Adverfisivg Pfanager ' ' ARTHUR 5 SALUS Art Editor-U o0"0DD J. IQOWLAND SNYDER Photographic Editor ' 0 VVILLIAM E MCKENNEY Servzte Bureau Manager' MARTIN L. MMINTYRE EDITORS Charlef S.AncIer'Ion Jobn Mace I-Iarrg Edel Jofepb B. Mead Richard I2 Effroqmfon Spencer E. Gwen Edward E. Hale George B. Paffmore Job!! D. King Theodore E. Shapiro Herbert Loeicb Leiter Siove. Lufaq .Sweet BUSINESS ASSOCIATES Philip Fiersteiv Herman Mafia Philip Fuld Harrg J. Robinbold Reginald Hirsch WiILiIam Smiib John Jacob Leiclg Kenneth Il. stead ART A55 OCIATES Arnold V Cook Jackfov P. Keicbarr: William H. N Qubeck DHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATES Mgron 5. Goldman Ruffel C. Griffith ff,-f av G7 If fy! - ' . - is a :- +5 2 W Vx, ii 'N' 111' 71214, , My x.-P" i Q- qi: r an Pe ' f few i .. va- t , M,-nsf...oa 1 i un .N 1 I L J 4 ,. waxy.. ,V if , . . N356 1' -wi. ,,.,ig,f-I H A . A, X M fy , " 1:44, 5-7 -are n ,x 4 e,-.a+ 33.33 Mr., A Nm XR! Q- . ---fig? 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Gentle reader do thou as thou. tumeth Over tlaefe pages in pleafant reminifcences recall to mind what things many and great have been wrought during this college yean for it hath well been laid that induliry gives plen- ty and refpect. 5.653 ' -A 'jiri F3 , 1" -H' v nv --A1 'Q - 65 fi . galil.: J' 'J v n ,Qvf a ' 5 r . , QR , . - ,, I ,. ,AA 753. .A - 6 " xf' .QV FK 91' ' A ov 1' ' Qx 'PN' Q F. tra: 1 , . ti X: 'Fm ' I ' Q- X ' 'api Q S I, ' LIQ v ? by qi?" ur Na" Q? 7 We 5 Q45 4:3519 2' W -Will", 'X Z 12: x K P 'Y The Campus 51'0gfcz,z7!9y of '28 Orgcz111Zc2z'z'0ns Az'!:1Iefz'cJ Fmierm'Iz'e.f Hfmdbzzzdx F- M, L52 e am pus l m e have boughi for fhe Academy fhe houfe - .s s?3that was built for Iiinerani preachlngr... -.W-.ram.,,.. . L-um 'aww'-.ln a e. if 5 U! 'Q ft 'DL is? 1' at gg.. ig: E532 tm Ep E! 4 E , A 1 z.iY 45 1' ,lm .U 4 w 1 I 4 N l 1 K w I lThC1925RECURDlWMJ ets. .?s riff rf, ,Qs e ,hglfeji 1 r ei l .Z l ,Z 2 2 2 Q 2 3 ir it l si . .2 2 -2 ' I YZ e I el 3 r .2 ll Q xf . ' Iv-VV, 7 1.2-X vs 17726 Campus X-X ,a,.,.,,,s,,AANAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfv.,-.,.,.,.AA,-A,V.A,.,-A,V,,V,,xA5 W HAT a house be provided for the Academy, having a garden, orchard, meadows, and a field or two, constitutes Franklinis first conception of this great University which he founded. The Academy of 1740 Well provided for every activity of the student body. r 4 .Q .la ' , 52 .,, 1 gy rl G , .V 6 I . Al , wr ' .I sl' m 'Z' '-if Q ,- x X if iq E Q2 1 1 I' 2 QQ li-3 w If X l It V! 56. l f 't lr l lf' 9 'E T ll During 188 years the tastes and demands on a 1L campus have changed, and even so has Pennsyl- vania's campus kept ever apace with that change. . t The house has developed into an elaborate system of 'f f class and reference buildings. The garden and or- chard have blossomed into the beautiful Botanical af, G d d H lt W lk O d ,f ar ens an ami 'on a . ur mea ow is now r 'S if the broad green swards of the Quadrangle and Tri- Q angle. 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UNIVERSITY G1-a s ENNSYLWANIA .. . ., ,,,. .. .....,,. ,, ,,,,,. ,..... . .. .... .... . ..... L.. ..... . .... F lj ......, l .,.. ... .. , - H .....,,,.,., -- Page Seventeen 'Y it 532 Ei R EC 0 RQ in 1' .. ...F 5,4 'Y fy' "-hiv.-.,. .2' -R .,, 1" rx Lgzfhjz if i . ,A ,jaw ., -i, ' r ,Ai !f,.,4,j , . jf.: hill, " w., 'A ', -,L it ','-17201: I. If .1 n H2 P7 41 f . ,, s ,fy ff. ,, .,gi..s5 nlj lk!! i .fv X, To the Class of 1923, Greetingsr- IRST. let me congratulate you as a class upon having completed your courses of study and attained your degrees. Second, let me congratulate you upon having attained these degrees from a University, the traditions Of which reach back to a time prior to the or- ganization of the Nation, a time in which men of spiritual leadership, extraordinary in- tellectual ability, and far-sighted wisdom were drawing up a form of government that repre- sented in some ways a political experiment, and in other ways followed the thoughts which had been, with increasing importance, occupying the attention of theiwise men of Europe. To the men who participated in the deliberations from which came the form of government of the United States of America, the young institution, which has developed into the University of Pennsylvania, made a large contribution. Your inheritance as University graduates in- ei' vie 'tt cf- 'LU ig. 5 wi, Il f in Q N A E, - n?. I Q F? fwi V4 Q.. 1 B Q , .5 cj I H li Lt' 5 i s cludes the entire history of the Nation. It is a great thing to be academically the lineal de- 5 scendants of those who saw, as did our founder, Benjamin Franklin, that knowledge and the , applications of knowledge are useful to the well-being and happiness of men and communities. ,- It will well repay you to study the history of your University and to see how, throughout the 1 7, history of the Nation, it has always played an important part in those deliberations by which '- . ffiffi'-ff our form of government and our happiness as a people have been safeguarded and preserved. 3 is iffy.. . . V ' i You go forth on Commencement day as graduates of a University that has these great ,Tj A ,- traditions, and throughout its history has been true to them. You have sat under the teach- ing of great scholars, of men who have exemplified in their lives and in their' teachings the i x best thought of the best minds of all the ages. The community and the Nation of which fi '- J' f you are citizens may reasonably expect of you a higher type of devotion and service than " Q that which it may expect from others who have not enjoyed your privileges. As a result of ' your education, you have been brought at least to the door of the world's great treasure ' if houses of thought and inspiration. It is your privilege as you proceed in life to enter further into those treasure houses and to take as your own what you find will be for your greatest ' 6 i permanent benefit. T f l 'git The wisdom of mankind is not all to be found in books or in museums or in works of art. ' It may also be acquired by daily contact with those who are intellectually your elders, and it J ' V may be imparted by you to those who are intellectually younger. You have therefore, a dou- p fr ble responsibility, one the responsibility for faithfulness to what the past has taught you and .J t to the memory and teachings of the great souls of the earth, the other a responsibility to " those who, younver than you, will look to you for guidance and leadership. K . .O D . . . . . "ff: 'K The University has opened the doors to you. Your life after leaving the University will Q3 demonstrate to you and to the world the value of the opportunities that you have had. 1 1 u n 1 l I I' l Qi In giving you this brief parting message, I do not wish you to feel that you are separating i g yourselves from the University, for you can never do that. Its service to you has been too '1 great to be forgotten, and its influence upon you will still be potent, though you live beyond big-gb the ordinary span of human life. 'gi .if M Faithfully yours, - "Lx 111. XL' A M y edt itfslyi A "- if fmgabi H, + 2 tml Aa-. ' fp Asxlflfiy I ' Provost l 3 all 'J'-f i 6 MTW ' r"K r ' . i"'Elf'-f " :Wag 'i .0 -I ,J if' X iff. 'r ' ., Cl-Er , 4 N Nf'yf,"ig L' ' iffnifl -Lrsygi, b l ' -if ,f A f 7 smxm l' ,. if gg gg 5, +5 , ' ' " " E 5 fl" us.,-5 nf il--i'-'--' Y i'vfi-v ---.----... . -.....'-.,.... ....... - mr .,..1- ii----.,,. --.-... - . y T r' HT t 'af' - Q we , .7 --5, s 7 - 4 5 yf 1 gilt seifaiansa LWXANIAQ 1- --s---f-M were --awi W .-s...was --- ..f,,. ...L.ew,.s..a34A,5Q ..... .,.,. s c .,,. . .... s .... , ..,.... .,,...,.., l as Page Eighteen PHov0sT Josmr-I H. PENNIMAN Page Nmeteen Class Message HE time has come for the Class of 1928 to express its deepest appreciation to the Alma Mater from which it is about to depart. We should realize, as we stand prepared to enter the Whirlpool of Life, that, as individuals and as mem- bers of the Class of 1928, we are indebted to the University that has mothered us for the past four years. Let us go out into the world resolved to serve in such a manner that we can place our just rewards at the feet of our Alma Mater in token of our appreciation for what she has done for us. During our undergraduate days, many lasting friendships have been made. The campus has been our little world of activ- ity. Now we emerge from this limited environment which has meant everything to us to seek achievement and renown. No longer can we feel the warmth of the daily contact with things that have become very dear to us. As we look forward, may these contacts which inspired us as undergraduates serve to keep us intact in spirit and loyalty that our deeds might reflect glory on Pennsylvania. Page Twenty . xx, 1 ff Qg1'I'nUi!EM2?1r R..Ua1111M LU 0.111111111111511 Qi Ri 51 jf .Ly ffl., 3.2 JY gf-.n.1wVUFLEEilLswmfQn.gLS?f'imfQi 11 -' 7 ...Il-W J- - -- V- - .zwrlw --V .'-....:.::z':::.1-:' fx "', 1' f Y. - ..., - -7 - -5 -'K P-mo-WSWWM WW 'P-MP' Pliffii? C. : 1 'i is 1 - x ll, " V l' 3 g5:"-f.E.Lf- SEP? - -,Lk--1 EL- -.- 1 T 4, , Ihr,-+2--'ij 1-.. - - - - -wt C' 1 Z "A ' 5 Q fm . .- 'A 1 - - 1 RA, 5, a -3- y Y 4 E-1 f1 so 1 . 1 . .' -' 5 f 45 f N I 13 2 ,-,, -, A 2 ., .ff X, "files: 1, if -T...-, - :iq Q N gg 5 Xl' L """ ' ' "' i1:gn?E+ " 1 it REQ 5 is new ' f y ,W mfs ,W A fax ffl?-fy? 3555 TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1928, 2:15 P. M. JQQFJS 'x.,.,1i'- 5 .fg.,12Rg f-liiief 1 Eiga: J 3 0365? 1 Iliff" 4 xifixf 11 Program J - J ll? 219 1. 'ff' I Overture ......... .ORCHESTRA iff.-" Q e e an ue . . .. . . . 1 UTI. R fl d Bl 2' THE CLASS W "rs 1 Salutarory .... . JACK J. McDOWELL I History of Class. . . .JOHN Y. MACE QQ H 1 Jj.ffYg1 Selection ..... ..... . ORCHESTRA 'ffl . A R, ' .... f v,'L.gf'51 Class Prophecy. . . . . .MEYER MADWAY j'-i,4jjfffgg Hill " ' 1 V -,wwwrik sv ww Class Poem. . . . . . . . .FILINDO B. MASINO f f Presentations of Honors. . . . .JOHN P. BERRY Valeclictory ..... . . .JOSEPH B. MEAD 1 :TQ I 1 my V Q W 1 lbwsii. 31521 1 jlJlf3jYJ,,gl J 1 Transfer of Cap and Gown .-V' .QE ij iii' V :Qff"f X C 1173? f 1- VA J 1i'kiQQ ,eq . .- s 'Q lib 4 F,u"j' - KF51' , Yivkif P ' QVZW 9 gvgggfvg. ffifpsf fiffavf Wim XVQVQ N 1, nh. I-, - 553: f .-M... 4 if 1 ll 1 . Jil: 1' Ml JD' fb ga M45 ang Ivy Ceremony Ivy Ode. . . . ..... . . . . . . .THEODORE Koos The Planting of the Ivy. . . . . . .HONOR MEN Ivy Orazion. . . . . .GEORGE J. SHRINER 'cHail Pennsylvania? . . . .THE CLASS ,ei q QE. J ELF. mf my -. .v.1I1"-. ' 1? 1, iw.. 1 N5m,,..,: N , QW. N251 1' 3 JJ -'J N w is f'5 13 9 H. J' 1 J". :K'v,G' 1 lf NYJ is Yiiiwo' ,Q mi v L5 ,.. a 11.1 ,7., QMKIL5 :WVR '45, ,fly V, , J Q1-Tae? 1 af. ' A IH'-X .E -JV' E 7 fl Ziff.. V. T -Y 2--5' .-.fm JNL ff.f-- E A . L L -. I is 1 Y, ,- ,, -. 1 Tal, ,f ,of ,cf.fffv1f,-b z-- 1. Uh' -'1'ILT"A'i""'r""i11L1""' ig " ' """""" '--'T-M'-'"i':i'3"'T:?i'wf'i-"' zh3E19ZfFzlff.' 'f3,.,1.-2:r':.:i1r:H--' -fri' "O ii" ,llfi "" 1111? 'H . " ' . 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Th e I 9 Z 8 R E C O RD j j VLJLIIJTJIQW fi-27 ' F A 1' P it j Xgfyzs--'12 Evfjr-ii ESQ 'ff Fil' Q NE, X. fl? Q4-fini s 'Li N . , .N 1 -, t 33 -HQ .VQP1 - -as r- a 21?-5 12-2 -- . ,fs C If Q, .1 P1 L? "" .. wif S?" Ld' .- ra. ' l l M OUR short years have passed since we, the Class of 1928, paid our first humble re- aff, spect to our honored founder, Benjamin Franklin. We wonder at the passing of 5 I time and our four glorious years here at Pennsylvania. j j It seems but yesterday that Leonard Dill was elected Temporary President in our fiaifiil Freshman year, and Bill Brennan, Temporary Secretary-Treasurer. Later in Novem- ilfrrji ber, we can well recall J ack McDowell campaigning in the Dorms for the party which elected Bill Dern, President, Joe Podger, Vice-President, Jack McDowell, Secretary, ljf' U gf' , Wo1'tli Button, Treasurer, and Bill Shore, Historian. ,3f Of course we put up a valiant fight to win the Penniman BoWl,tunder the leader- 4 l ship of Ed Irish, but our arch enemies, the Class of '27, were victors by a narrow 5 S+ ' margin. jr Our Freshman year was filled with fond memories and our yell, l9You're the Fish, il Welre the bait, Pennsylvania '28,,' will linger on in our minds for many years to come. ff 7' Hey Day climaxed our activities as Freshmen. It was at this time that many of QQ1Ej,.., our classmates and a great many of our rivals were immersed in the frog pond, and we fry still rememloer Johnny Bogdan doing a triple somersault and landing in the famous j i! ff J. ooze. 4 . .. y Many obnoxious and loquacious Sophomores were made to feel their presence on the Campus was undesirable. Be it said, that because of the too strenuous action on l gvij the part of both classes, the activities were curbed for further classes. j.. j At the beginning of our Sophomore year, we returned to the Campus to find that f l our President, Bill Dern, could not be with us, and the Undergraduate Council filled .lx his vacancy by electing our Freshman Vice-President to carry on as temporary Presi- Qj i Q dent of the Class of '28, until our Sophomore Officers could be elected. 'A Now we had arrived at a dignified station in life, no more black, socks, dinks, or 1 Ji matches to adorn our person, and to weigh us down with infinite responsibilities. We could throw out our chests and feel that we were now somebody. 2 f J A X Soon our class elections were held and we chose as the leaders of our class, Worth X259 K Button, President, Sumner Davis, Vice-President, Fred Goodwin, Secretary, Bernie p Lowy, Treasurer, and ,lack Berry as Class Historian. 'Ft n ,lack McDowell was chosen chairman of the Vigilance Committee, and he, with 7' swift and firm justice, exacted from the yearlings the respect and attention due our jj j' class. Weekly meetings were held and stern, yet just disciplinary measures were QQ meted out. Q rv In the early part of our Sophomore year we easily obtained the lead in the Penni- il. ty' man Bowl contests. Our conquests were the MFlour Fight," MRope Fight," and the . j, 5 majority of the Athletic conquests. Unfortunately the contests were called off early l i' : I j in May, thus preventing us from gaining possession of the coveted Bowl. , t ,153 , l . -t.1 . 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That great tradi- tion was sadly abused and we can truthfully say that those who have not had the op- portunity to participate in a Mljants Fight," have missed a part of their college Educa- tion. The big event in our Sophomore year was our class banquet, which was held in the Adelphia Hotel. On this great occasion speeches, good fellowship, and upeppy enter- tainment" contributed to the success of an evening that will not soon be forgotten by any one. Our athletic standard-bearers of '28 were represented on the gridiron, the court, the cinder path, and the diamond, proving themselves excellent ,varsity material. The first part of our next year was given over to the Junior elections, and after a long and arduous campaign, we elected the following officers: Dorn Stewart, Presi- dent, Fred Gentsch, Vice-President, Brad Shea, Secretary, Milt Hofkin, Treasurer, and ack Du Vinage, Historian. Our school year advanced rapidly and soon the traditional MJunior Week" en- thralled us. Jack Sebastian was the General Chairman and on Monday morning, No- vember 22nd, Junior Week officially opened. VV e can still feel that thrill of walking to a nine o'clock with our canes proudly displayed to a serene collegiate world. At eleven o'clock we were dismissed from our classes and we gathered on the Junior Balcony for our class picture. This was followed by the uCane Marchi' led by Dorn Stewart and Folwell Scull, to Houston Hall, where Jack Sebastian offered a good sales-talk for whole-hearted support of the Prom. Monday evening we all reas- sembled in Houston Hall for the Junior Smoker, which had been planned by Bill Smith, long to be remembered because of vivid impressions and first row blushes. Wednesday night, in accordance with custom, the University Musical Clubs gave their 'annual concert in the Academy of Music, followed by a formal dance in the Foyer. Thanksgiving Day gave place t0 0116 of the biggest events of the week, when Juniors, escorting their fair ones, witnessed the ten-ten tie with Cornell. After the game, the remainder of the day was taken up largely by Fraternity Tea Dances and Theatre parties. Friday night was the culmination of the week's activities. The Junior Prom, under the able direction of Bob Vlfitter, took place in Weighman Hall, where many a fair heart throbbed with the wonder and splendor of the occasion. While enjoyable memories of Junior Week still lingered, Mid-years Were upon us, and then pushed into the background. The Chris- tian Association conducted the annual Memo- rial Hall Dinner and our class responded nobly to the call. The Juniors that were honored by being members of Phi Kappa Beta Junior Society Were: Davis, Douglas, Button, Gates, Stevens, Sanford, Connell, Hake, Malone, Matthews. ll Q1 McDowell, Scull, Stewart, Talbot. Q With the advent of Spring the problem ,kflirxlz ' - was presented of selecting a suitable man V The Frog Pond Q-QQ! Q , 'L' "gif--M . - - . - Y .--.--.-- 7795- 1-:::1::1-:n.'.'.-Lrlvg.:f:::4'L::1..- W ,- J li U lft-l l V SF if 7 if U lii?Qa-.T-Zflrfi-Tflll it D. it sa. .4 A. - ,.,. .. . 5 - . f ...sn ,.... Page Twenty-three 11 rim tt, :lay .lil fc, , f I .ttf lf. iff' . ,:' ,T Rf' 1 'gl F t-L usa Q l tiff' 5' "N JV Q cl 51 Q. ft- Ffa 'lil' J , :isgi . expat stffilfz 1 I 1 il LQ? ll at-xl-W RCW! afltiic Hbffxf time l ff il gjffxi, f lf Qt f ... .. ,, 3 P 71 A L6-. H k Y I w .gn-sw. . .., ,nr Nici. A gs . N., .- 1 rf 1 r39ff,"C2X A. .l..1.. 5 4. -X EFQZQA.. N fig Qvj. l Y .1 J . 4..,-,f w:f A, 4 . gy I 'DWL 4 L-515 J , fi"- ff up ': ifw if WEEE? R f.. wi, 1-,,.-5. '1- .YQO V f ilp7i!'l Q 376355, 'X X51 . N Lulu l ffm' ,V l vffwflf 1 Iliff .1-i . rv .J ly N' 1 x ' . I V, 5: ,- i.,., , . - 2,7 tl I-147 If lf-li I . '- . . 1 1 grant I . , D1 I jf, i,. V -f. . .,v-f- --..f-f-,-----v-----fl: "' ' X A -,N V ' '63 fx Vx . ' -vfr .. f.qT,,....,.,.,.,,.,,w,,,w:R --""1 al www M U PM W-www' Wall. to guide us through our last year and also the Undergraduate Council. ,lack McDowell F fit! 4 ' 1 wml' Q ..-. . 'QW'-. ', lcd? Q. vi.-ix 13' ,H '1 'e ni x-,Q 1 Fitz? 752 i '- a'T'ii', ' l ,tl fi' A 5451 Zbilfllylf , i , -T l--2 , Q, 1 J. .V '- Dpi-YL, . lvl. ,I M., .-If -.511 ,W tgp Q ,f , , 15.3 ,f . .hfwiff . T Vit' t i ,Q .11 , lili- l 1 ' if. 1 1' -'N U I .J -it '5f"...j 1 ' Lkwll Q -fi- ,lX,. , l 'Sill ' ally! fa, Tiff! . xmftfi t 'lt P- AP- lwral .. N ,-- WE J,-yu. is Sa 1,9 X Fa X 1' am ' l '34 'Wm Ai l was chosen for this position because of his ability and personality, which had been dis- played in the management of other Undergraduate affairs. We could not have se- lected a better man, for he has served the interest of our class well, and to him we owe many of the triumphs and distinctions that have been accorded to the Class of '28, The Undergraduate Council was selected and the following men represented the various schools and departments: Baxter, Mead, Smith, Wvitter, McDowell, Wvright, An- derson, and Samson. The third milestone had been passed, we returned to .our homes for a most delight- ful vacation and rest to fit ourselves for the biggest year in our whole college career, a year that will remain in our memory throughout our entire lifetime. On our return to the University in the fall, the minor class officers were elected: Haggerty, Vice-President, Hausman, Secretary, and Rosen, Treasurer. Milt Hof- kin was appointed Chairman of the Blazer Committee. Our football team was piloted through a good season by Captain MEd" Hake, ably assisted by Sanford, F. Scull, McGinnis, Darby, Lenzner, Downey, Wascolonis, Hoff- man, Moore, Kashowitz, Titzell, all of the Class of 728. L'Tom" Gates was the capable Manager with Stevens as his associate. The basketball team was headed by Captain uGene" Connell, who, with the aid of his valiant teammates, Lukaswitz, Matthews, and Chapman, brought our basketball team to thrilling victories in the Palestra and then the Intercollegiates Championship. Rowing-the aristocrat of all-with Manager Mitchell at the helm and Fred Gentsch holding the captaincy, found a wealth of material in the class. Stan Sweetser, Herman Jordan, ,lim Bailey, Don Coates, .Tack Oerter, and .Tack Sebastian pulled the Red and Blue oars for old Penn. Jack Berry served as mcoxw most of the time. Baseball saw an almost complete '28 Team on the field, Captain Sanford, Herb Tashjian, Matthews, Hook Walker, Berney Deutch, Gene Connell, Pete Cole, Pearl- man, Darby, O'Hara, Thomas, were members of this great Pennsylvania organization. 4 MBob7' Barker and Norman Malone were 'the Manager and Associate, respectively. The varsity Soccer team was aided by Captain ulerryw West, Vollmer, Shelmire, Matthews, and Pratt. .Tack McDowell was on the scene of action as Manager. The Track team under the direc- tion of Manager Douglas and his As- sociate, Ralph Estus, produced the following wearers of the Red and Blue on the cinder path: Captain F olwell Scull, Heilprin, Fletcher Moore, Greene, Kannick, Lowey, Franks, and Martin. Our minor sports teams were largely selected from the ranks of '28: in fact, the class contributions are going to be sadly missed next year. Leaving a recital of athletes, we find the daily uPennsylvanian'7 un- The Scene of Many Rowbottoms .f' 1-. ff . .- . , :. . if X X -,...-1NXXN.. . a'1a':-,,,g- i Wil f lil F' ilxmlii r ' 05' 1 :',L,fgF'1 . swf-,I ,E 5 5 l l'-1' "l.',' - f-wilfll., , QTi.P,gi l ffiillilp Zfkxtigl' L t-Us' , ,TW-iii' t IQTQQV-f w 5. Qigl ,T Will e, twffjyd ilitisx , gt, 'wig E idx.- .. it N fe if J Xl ll l'Qf!"if. ' 9 w Agp-54,6 if "2 if -v,..'.Lg . ,gf .gf 'I 1 .ilfli .' -' 5 iii?-I' l ,lifjyl l ffl, lyf' 'tg I 'i 351 5 ,, '-lx-:X ' - ' vii: X '7',.,.j-X wif: 'iQggi"U-21 :wT.5,A Y, iii' 'I ' fffg 'g tl 6552, , ,351 1 yu, f 1 1 ' l't KF, ll lla i f .gt if-M i H l ful' 'l 1 -A-H---ig-ms-.. wig: , Y -- -l95,4tEQ-T534-JiiffQ5-fr--..,-- . - ,r ,A ..-V , , H . ,fu un A m '31 V i-'55 .'5'7 if-75-'Q I -J' i 1' W 1 'FV , -' .f get-we ff- ' Ti-.i-W" 5-1-5 ' :i 't ,--" fLxE2"-'if ---- ' - '.ral4:QSf:':QlL1Lv.u.!.L:E2b.,.Zgfii!-LbiixLQSZQQWLILJMLMZLSZQ-2?Z:l-ss'Lf.i4Lh' ,----- ,. 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A A I f 'ft M1928 Record" promises great things p I Cv' TS under the direction of Henry Tiefen- 1928 Vlgllance Commmee R . . . . UXMKIVF gs S , bronnei, as Editor-in-Chief, together aa. 1: at Ju -. . , , , , HT. with Roberts as Business Manager, Savm, as Circulation Manager, and Art Salus acting N as Advertising Manager. A . . . . . V' . asf- rggll, The uRed and Bluew has Ed Ir1sl1 as Editor extraordinary and '4Lou" Laronge as My " ll - . - n . . K M1 Business Manager. Quinn 1S Managing Editor and Norm Malone, Features Editor. Ken flyissgg Stead was Advertising Manager. Q 6-,QU Joe Doud officiated as Head Songleader as well as managing the Clee Club, while Pete Comstock acted as Head Cheer Leader. .N Our biggest event in the senior year is the Ivy Ball, and likewise it is our last collegiate G-51295 Q social function. The Iv Week festivities were under the ca able mana ement of Norm lil-277135 55.3, J . Y . p g . . 'D "" rff Malone as General Chairman. Jack Du Vlnage was head of the Ball Committee, and Bill Mead headed the Luncheon Committee. The Christian Association, with Bob Witter as President, entered their new building here ll fftgdl to continue the policy of good-fellowship with a Christian environment. H K?ffWQ2?'ei ' ,aff . ls Mai Qi lI1if9flf'r lvvvf. . . J l Gffrell If ck Beta Gamma Sigma, with Joe Mead as President, inaugurated many new features, espe- cially the a'Wharton News" and the reviving of the defunct 66Wharton Association." We can well recall the Christmas Tree party held in Houston Hall. The members of Beta Gamma Sigma are: Frank Hutchinson, Tiefenbronner, Sam Roberts, Camden, Tuller, Sebasian, K. C. Tuttle, and Flaherty. The Phi Beta Kappa Society chose the following for membership: uBo" Brown, Art Quinn, Bill Bahr, Hallett, Rapaport, Singer, 6'Tom'7 Gates, Phillips, and Miller. A The Interfraternity Council was organized under a 11ew agreement, to take the place of the much battered old one. The President was Spencer Owen with Button as Secretary. The Interfraternity Ball at the Penn A. C. was managed by Warreii Hunter. For work well done the following classmates were elected to membership in the' Sphinx Senior Society: Tom Gates, President, Rogers Stevens, Vice-President, Ed Hennessy, Treasurer, Barker, Button, Connell, Curtis, Davis, Dull, Douglas, Estus, Hake, Irish, McDowell, Malone, Mitchell, Owen, Perry, Sanford, Scull, Sweetser, Talbot, and West. The Friars Senior Society roll disclosed the following: John P. Berry, President, Perk Bailey, Secretary, and Brown, Chapman, Pete Cole, Comstock, Gentsch, Lukaswitz, Mclntire, Matthews, Joe Mead, Miller, Moore, Pratt, Quinn, Sebastian, Sloan, Stewart, Wascolonis and " 1 Witter. Our Undergraduate Council deserves a great deal of praise. The Class affairs, financial matters, lower class fights, and even the elections, have all been handled in an efficient and businesslike manner. 1 The Class of 1928 goes out into the world better equipped to meet the vicissitudes of life, P because of the many problems we have been forced to face, and We would not forget that we still have before us a still greater problem-that of Life itself. May our friendships be never-ending and our principles such as will ever honor the name of MPennsylvania." .IOHN Y. MACE. V. , I "1 " my I .S K it I' 5 , .s, , , fl' I F Q Q 1 , M I 1 V W-- , -.v.-.. . M.-. .T .A . - T -.ig-1. ff--M .f.... .., .....,..,.... ,,... r.-T ,, ,,,, ,Tffafg-sm,f-fi..--Ts?-eff.-ff-f-.-:ff tl..--J Jvyirfkg-J. . 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L' .itfllj ,. 1 I x 4 . f W '1' FK 2:3 ,V K- 1 - w-H V 1 swf- f ' Lil.-4 5 P 1 HM . ,MN ':'1"'f"'.' "Kid" L ' -.gag . -.'.".- :.5, ,fx .X t , . 1 r.- .UAE :-5, L.- .. -ali. .v-K. ' 1'1i,L,Qll. it 52f",fiQi ft A-ff , MM ". f 'H tr . .- , AWN. Q-.taifl af-ru Alf . -.-wg -get Lx. ' Yi' F V V5 . - ,I . 'Zv . iff lx .,-vit, 'buf-llif' i 14. .-.-E121 f.,-,AN-' . 1 I , . . ,L-.J . f'-Il'-A i-Y ,MM Qi -'-- - 7 7 H' W' - Nil , M ET-3.,,5iN E?-' 4-lla? Y- 3-Zyi R v -Ji X ' . ff' 'J U' E X' 'E F ' -- 4 -- . 2 N N i Ji- .,:-.figs .-. 2 G 'bw W T sg' N wgffrit FT f' 'f - - A - as Taken from the llletropolis "Morning Milki, of April 12, 1945, owned and published by EDWARD IRISH HE greatest excitement prevailed in this city yesterday, when the case of E. Spencer Owen vs. Robert Witter opened in municipal court before Judge Norman E. Malone. Interest in this case was so intense that crowds gathered before the courthouse two hours before the doors were opened. At ten oic lock Dave Broselow, the court bailiff, began to admit those who were fortunate enough to have secured passes from District Attorney Masino's office. In the section reserved for the public were to be seen men notable in many walks of life who had come here from all over the country. Among these were Worthington Button, the millionaire western clubman, and Edward Hennesey, diminutive mayor of Elmira, N. Y. Ed Hake, who succeeded Rockne as Notre Dame's football coach, was seen slouched in a corner, half-hidden by Stan Sweetser, head of Cluett, Peabody and Co., who achieved a remarkable rise from collar model to President of the Arrow concern. Seated next to Sweetser was George Horton, well known debonair man-about-town. The huge bulk of Alfred Wascalonis, wealthy Pennsylvania coal operator, was seen meandering up and down the aisle apparently looking for two seats in which to place itself. Seated next to each other toward the front of the courtroom were Marshall Lewis, of the Council on Athletics, Theodore Koos, librarian, and Thomas Gates, Ph.D., Professor of Psy- chology. These men act in their various official capacities at the University of Pennsylvania. Others present who are connected with the University were Don Millar, dancing coach of the Mask and Wig, and Marc Wright, who is now engaged in designing the new buildings for the Universityis removal to Valley Forge. Because of the unusual circumstances which surrounded this case, several distinguished men of letters were in the audience. Arthur Hobson Quinn, Jr., arrived to get material for his next play, which will center about the three principals in this HTragedy of the Clouds." In- vestigation of the legal aspects involved prompted the presence of Eugene Connell, whose book on the '4History of Iurisprudencei' is now the standard college text. He was accompanied by his faithful secretary, William fSmittyj Lukaswitz. In the hope that he might find inspiration for another book of poetry, Milton Diner, hailed by many as 'fthe second Walt Whitman" added a touch of spirituality to the assemblage when he came in. ' There were other nationally known figures who stood out from the crowd. These included Robert Brown who, under the nom-de-palette of "Bobrunsky,H has been setting the standards in modernistic painting, H. Leonard Mash, newspaper syndicate caricaturist, and A. Needle- man fNeedlesj, feature writer for the uSun.', The latter two were covering the trial for the dailies. Because Judge Malone was detained at his estate in Alden, Pa., the trial did not open until 11.15 A. M. The clerk of the court, Roger Stevens, began to impanel the jury. Nineteen men responded-it was found that Edwin Phillips was absent. However, a telegram was received from the absentee which explained that he was detained in East Orange where he was officiat- ing at H 111f1ChC011 of the Lion Tarrlfirls Club. Counsel for both sides then examined the veniremen. Chief counsel for the plaintiff, J. J, McDowell, was assisted by John P. Berry, while the defense lawyers were Attorney William Hagerty and Benjamin Horowitz. The first man called, Perk Bailey, of the Saturday Evening Post, was immediately ac- cepted and became foreman of the jury. The next man, Max Fralin, begged to be let off be- cause his presence was necessary at the polls in yesterday's Council election. The Judge, deeply sympathetic, excused him. The examination of Louis Laronge, brought out the fact that he is .M I '1 f rm. W1 Pvt Nw" M . I 'cfeiifgl f if I E E xs third? at tts! , ' U ri? . if GDR viii? A L' I ti that I5 I at 4 '91 2 at 4553 I Edit 11 ,fps 5 tl i . ' ,li ' '- :Ui Y., f.. tial RWE I sniff Q K 1 Elia W '17 . 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The third juror to be accepted was Fred Gentsch, who told the court he was a bond salesman for Drexel and Company. The next two men to be examined were excused because they had to play with the Athletics against New York in the opening game of the season. They were shortstop Pete Cole and center fielder Bernie Deutsch. Judge Malone, an ardent baseball fan himself, dismissed them with the warning that they would be recalled for duty if they did not beat the Yanks. E Jack DuVinage, President of the Cunard Line, was next to be installed on the jury. A humorous note was introduced into the 'proceedings when Walter Hoffman fBeefj was ques- tioned by the lawyers. When told that he was accepted, he said, "Your Honor, for the last eighteen years Spence Evans and I have done everything together. We've never been apart in all that time, and l won't.serve unless he does.', Whereuponiby the Judgeis intercession, both lawyers waived examination and Evans was installed with his partner. Hoffman and Evans are known on the stage as the G'Comedy Duof, John Mace, leader of the Sinful Syncopators, the famous Broadway jazz band, was accepted as juror number 7. Jurors numbers 8 and 9 were C. Sumner Davis, Associated Press Editor, and Henry Tiefenbronner, the man that tickles the country's sweet tooth with his chocolates. Leonard Carter Dill was challenged by Hagerty because of his well-known conservatism where the opposite sex is concerned, as expressed in the magazine of which he is editor-in-chief. Although Carl S. Anderson, traveling salesman, begged to be excused, he was refused permission by Judge Malone to go to Norfolk, Va., where he had business to transact. State Senator Arthur Salus was permitted to escape service because he was needed at the Capitol, and Samuel J. Roberts was also excused on official business. The eleventh juror to be accepted was Kirk Tuttle, eminent savant and scholar. George Schreiner, famous after dinner speaker and orator, insisted on addressing the courtroom, but was excused. The last juror to be picked was Milton Hausman, ward leader and anti-organi- zation man. McDowell opened the case for the plaintiff who testified in his own behalf explaining his version of the air accident. Francis Curtis was then called to the stand. Curtis told the court that he was a producer of musical comedies and that he was riding on the Route D, Mitten Airbus on Walnut Air Lane when the accident occurred. Walter Adams, business man, and Howard Franks, trainer of Olympic teams, corroborated Curtis' testimony. They, too, were passengers of the airbus. The additional information was elicited that defendant Witter had as a passenger a young woman, who was in the front seat with him. Further questioning brought out the statement by Franks that Witter was driving with one arm about the young lady. Hagerty grilled Franks for more than a half hour, but could not get him to retract this statement. At this stage in the proceedings court adjourned for lunch. As soon as the Judge went into his chambers, the courtroom began to buzz with loud conversation. Speculation on the outcome of the trial was universal, and everyone re- mained for fear of being unable to gain readmittance. Joseph B. Meade, financier and life- long friend of the defendant, was heard to remark that 4'Justice must be blind if it brings about such a state of affairs!" Just before the end of the adjournment the news got into the courtroom that Milton Hos- kin had just won his match at Forest Hills, which meant that the U. S. was to retain the Davis Cup for another year. A moment after the Judge had reseated himself, Folwell Scull, Principal of the Select Preparatory School, and Foster Sanford, Athletic Director of the School, breezed in, arm in arm and stood up in the back of the overflowing courtroom. Other noted men who were forced to stand were Richard Samson, retired, Paul Rosen, head of the Meat Trust, and John Sebastian, 'Diamond Sculls Champion. When court reconvened, Witter was the first to testify in his defense. He denied that he was driving fast or that he had his arm around a young lady. He claimed that the "young lady" was an aunt and that she was sitting in the back seat. Cross examination failed to shake his story. 1 William Smith and Martin Maclntyre, who were on a pleasure jaunt in their two-seated Stutz airboat, told the court that Witter was alone at the time of the crash. The Judge inter- rupted here, and sternly declared, "Gentlemen, youah stories are not at all alike. You all bettah go home and get them straight. Ah am goin' to let this case up in the air for the time being. Case dismissed!" Thus ended the most interesting court trial of the generation. MEYER MADWAY. lt? 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Our college days have been too brief, And, while we have been dreaming, Time, the thief, Has robbed youth's coffers of four precious years. But, has he not left something? Who can weigh A good book's worth or assay, with a glance, The gold in verses that so gaily dance Through glittering pages wrought hut yesterday? Who, when the lamplight's sympathetic glow Brings nights of music and of mystery, Has not been filled with that rare ecstasy, The humble sort that makes the heart ache so? Who has not seen in pillar, arch and wall More than the mere cold stone, and found a soul In every portion of that living whole, A willing tongue in every trophied hall? Say not within these shrines Tradition's fires With no import nor lofty purpose hurn, In vain the laws and precepts that we learn, To no avail these Gothic shapes and spires! Soon, blatant cities shall their summons send And Industry make claim on each and all, 'Twill then he stimulating to recall The parting handclasps of each faithful friend. Along the thorn-set path, with trenchant knife, Fate strikes, and Circumstance her impress leaves, Sweet, then, to wear the chaplet Learning weaves Symbolic of a richer, fuller life. The hour-glass sand runs through: night cannot wait, V But rushes down. I light the lamp, the while Praying the passing years may gently smile Upon the Class of Nineteen Twenty-Eight. THEODORE L. Koos, '28 WH. ,, ,K .V iq i fl V ,SGI Q Eg 5' 'X so 1 it I y WM MQ aj .112 graft- Witch 1 1' 'pai I M5555 r 3 WE G i 1 6'12'ATi' Wt I, N ,y yi it ,J 'w WIT r lbw ,-'if ftgfgv Qg Esifzfyii L, WHT, I '?i'xx I 53 lf! ffiwif :Vi J 'Y Xl-Qi I fy. it 2-AAQJ 4 . ns, -V' -X QINTU Q5 gf ry: re: 3 2Pfe'ifl+g . 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His giddy cycle wanes and dies, t 'N -1 4 . . -,A " The song soon ends, but the gift to sing . . . . . fn' L Shall e'gr live on in ivy gu1se- In glory sweeter than Pindar's tunes, Wgdfj V X5 In beauty rarer than mystic runes. ii? ffl .1 III iflaat X - u , ' X, ' 0, IVV, for in thee we Jlace ,ff S , . l , ,EQ 1 ' r, aj xo My I The duty -of a monument, To stand in thy full emerald grace Mig, For those who from these portals went li To pry the outer world'5 delights, QQ ,ffmyjlyl To reach famels bright and loft heights. 3, . I, "xii f IV Q O, Ivy! Thou art a token rare, if Thy green, the green of love e'er fresh, l ' it 3 Bold Aspiration's sheen so fair, " Remembrance in each verdant mesh. 1, 5 Of Florals joys thou art the queen, ,. . . . , grew r- N As thy tendrils r1se and twine serene. 'piggy . 1 ir HAL ' ' 1 ltr 1 T V 'W A Soon comes the time to part, and then T P ? 3 The silence shall be dee er than " ' f xi. ? P 9 up The falling snow in a dreary fen . . ' We shall remember o'er Time,s span, " 1 For a little bit of the human heart, wi, Of places loved, is e'er a part. X Y ' I ' -- 4 , ibm .I , . I 'fy . It holds a little nook, secure -ge! From vultured ravages of age: Q1 ?,Q3 3 With love that shall foreaer endure t We write thy scroll on our heart's page. Q Take! take this sprig that we bestow, , A Ere we part like friends in sunset glow. T N J -FILINDO B. MAs1No. ll T A we T ., 'A 'T as s - nm--- M... .w., n--,-..s-.e.s .,,-.,..V-.-,..a,a - a.,-,,....,, .,Qtfi3Z4-Rl H'--H-f-Q--P-as.ff1-yr.-mmsaws -,-. 1 -Q-,Ti-fnwsfmffs-asa-7.--ff. -.-: --,f,-.-. - ,,,,rgn,, ,,,, T, ,,,.,, -,', f'L,,L'Qf,+-Qtayp .,.,, k ,-.',-, ,- ,v.-, ,V H.,-,W V. IE . . , .,.. .A , t . , , -, V. - , . , ' U N W is L if nf " t fl A . A r A it EN- ,ns , , ,gn 7 -MM ,,,, ,4,7,r-,,,.,,.,r. ,,,, g,fggRgjfl3.Z11Aji,,srr ,,,,,, ,,,, W W-Wgv Agni,-igmkhwqsr-,r Page Twenty-nine -.A-,.--:..,n.11s 'M' fy A 1,3 s- - . ,,.. T .,... i 'IVY 2: I.-' 1 ' 'Y gui. - - X ' . Y' I' -'IF 'R' ' 1 e i li. e I J' 3 if fi. L. Q it D' 25599-U-U ME!-tl-fll5fl-'U'-1U 'WLM .. ff -----at ,, W, ' W W- , - ,, ., '-.A+-H ' .f , W, ' ,- .35 N ,33 Fellow Classmates and Friends of the University F. are gathered today to perform one last, simple act of rever- ence to Pennsylvania. VV e are glad that it is our privilege to be here, but we are also sorrowful when we realize that, after today, we are no longer undergraduates, but will have become Penn- sylvania Alumni. , Four years have sped quickly, and it seems such a short time ago that we came to the campus as Freshmen. We have witnessed many changes at Pennsylvania in these four years: a new Irvine Auditorium, the new Hutchinson Gymnasium, a greater Franklin Field, the Palestra and other advancements. So too, there have been many moments of trials and tribulations. Very often there have been great disappoint- ments, when it seemed life just wasnlt worth living. Even last fall when our football team was defeated by Penn State it' seemed at the time as though the bottom had dropped out of everything. However, the anguish of that defeat was completely wiped out by victories over other traditional foes, and later when our basketball team won the Eastern Intercollegiate Championship there was no thought of past defeats, we were too concerned with the joys that come from victory. Life will present many of the same problems and there will be many occasions of disappointment when it will seem nothing could ever be right again, but it will be our task to look ahead and remember that no matter how great the disappointment, it can be forgotten and over- come. At the time a disaster occurs it appears to be the greatest thing in life, but it is soon forgotten, and later considered as a trivial matter. Consider for a moment this small, insignificant sprig of Ivy. To-day we see nothing but a few leaves and a cluster of roots, but within it, and 3 .. n f l L' f N . 5, As' r -M QQ ws 'W if I. at fi LL . Q -2 Q w V- Jer l PIM Z! A: AJ' ' IJ W. gill 1' iq 'U-ef., .E 7 9415 653297 Q f M , v. 1 if Umifllx C23 i . l l , IVR . .gi l ly l T l illtii' Q X l -E :QE ll f. xc, i clit-at V ' M xg-5 :fbi ' of .g. not discernible to the eye of man, is something that allows it to grow and spread. ever reaching for higher points. Its powers for growth are ',f.lf practically unlimited. It is this token of love and beauty that we, as a class, bequeath to the University, as practically our last oflicial act as undergraduates. Let us compare this little sprig of Ivy with the Class of 1928. In years -at 53 . s,-,L : H s, lggisajlkf 5? ia" 5 jf ' x v 's t '+'l i i'i'i' iiil" il"lli 4 iifl T 1 li .1.,2'.'1-':f5-g.n.gn-,:.-n--.Qi ..., i ,.., . ..,.. gl.- T ,..,,. y Page Thirty ' Ig 4 . s. , O -4 Ins I9 2 8 Rrcoao j.,,,.,- at -,3 61... . . to come the Ivy will have grown to be a beautiful Sllpel'-Vl1'1C covering, WE? the walls of our Alma Mater. Time will add to, rather than erase, its potentialities. Classmates, we have the potentialities for growth, re- I ceived within the walls of Old Penn, and with this training we will step forth into the four corners of the world, to become integral units in 'n ,ls ,s . . ' J irq the life of to-day. It IS a challenge to us to-day to vow that we shall if rr , . . . . f- I ever strive for bigger and better achievements, as the Ivy will ever u strive to attain higher pinnacles. YV e are duty-bound by love for Penn- sylvania and ,respect for ourselves to be ever attempting greater 'J achievements -fin' ' Wllat we say to-day matters little to that spirit that will carry us alfa' jpeg on and upward, or down into tl1e tragic descent of a life wasted and thrown away. We, like this Ivy, are facing a new world of affairs for the first time. If we have grown mentally and physically, so much the YQ? better. We should be able to wlthstand the bitter pangs of occasional defeat and adversity, and fight on until we have attained the goal we A . are striving for. Let us place our goal at a high level, and resolve that our lives will be worthy of the trust and faith placed in us. ,Y 'it . . ,Q As members of the far-reaching and powerful body of Pennsylvania if . . . . . . I F . men, lt will be our duty to ever glorify the ideals and traditions of our 399, Alma Mater. Our heritage from Old Penn is one of knowledge, lasting friendships, and pleasant memories. In return for the gift she has ' " t . I . I I given us our Alma Mater asks as remuneration that we perpetuate her 'I name and her spirit, and that We ever remain loyal to her. If we fail to do so we will be weak, but if we succeed we will be strong. Let us then dedicate this Ivy and this stone to Pennsylvania, to her by .l a i l l i D l At' traditions and her spirit, praving to God that we shall not fail her and I I 1 never desert her. F331 , Gnoacr J. SCHREINER, JR. i f If '33 " ' I -' I it ' 16 ,L Ks, w EW , 'ggi A'--Q ug illllf I W"l wi A +V Q. V' I 4 I , , W!! Q11 1 ff' ar 91 f ar 'ails 1 1- 9 IQ I +33- nll, . , fy? T S9 at W5 A W' W 4: , ' It xwaw an va . w, , m NQQpy4g1, xX, q.v 4vap gj.,,? ta4m , an A g 1,101 1 c , Y fo . .,., .. ,.........,.....,.......,.. ...,.. ,,.. . ....,.. . .....,. , ,,.,............,.. .................. 5 ., ,,,, W, ....,. ..,. H ,.,,, g ,..... ,Y ,,... ....... .. ..,.......,..........,.... ..,. t . . .... 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Not knowing, then, as now, what the future held in .iS'ii,i'35-ff store for us, but with great zeal and high hope in our hearts, we have pursued our Way in quest of the knowledge and power that would enrich our lives and enable us the better to serve mankind. We came here for educational training, for general mental discipline, for that pre- liminary general enlightenment which every man should have who enters modern life with the hope of leadership and achievement. The activities of the future will so soon tend to dim many memories of our life here that, while these memories flourish in full vigor in our minds, it is only fitting and proper that we should give at least this day to recollection of our college years. Time will tend to obscure not only our mental record of men and campus events, but also the knowledge which we hope to retain for our direction and guidance in life. The difference between one human being and another, and as between man and other creatures, is largely a difference in power of remembrance, whereby I do not mean that strong mental retentiveness so often prized, and not without good reason, but that moral grasp and imaginative power by which past experiences can become the very stuff and strength of char- acter. What shall it profit to have seen the world or to have been liberally taught, if the past is all to be forgotten? Of what avail is wisdom, if we lose the key to the things that have been? They are now of the essence of our life. The key to past experience reveals the se- crets of the mind,s strength, and of the force and depth of our being. It will be well to retain and apply our college education. W'e have crowded into the busy four short years now ended thoughts, deeds and actions, in a healthy environment rich in tradition. We have associated with vigorous companions of our own age, and have been influenced and guided by scholarly men. We have not lived in a mon- astic atmosphere of seclusion, but have rather been permitted to rub elbows in a large city with all classes of mankind in a manner conducive to forming an unprejudiced outlook on life. These intellectual, moral and physical influences if correctly applied will have a great effect on our future well being. A In our stay here able scholars have taught us, inspiring examples have been set for us to follow. We will do well to emulate these men and to strive to catch something of the quali- ties that give them distinction-intellectual insight, emotional sympathy, a firm grasp of princi- ples, and the power of giving precise and forceful expression to their thoughts and feelings. VV e have come to realize how interesting intellectual work is, how vital, how important, how closely associated with all modern achievement. Study, to the earnest student, has been a part of life itself. Lectures may sometimes have seemed formal and empty, recitations may have been dull and unrewarding, but it is in conversation and personal contact with scholars that we have found how vital knowledge is, how it ties into everything that is interestingiand important, how intimate a part it is of everything that is 'fpracticaln and connected with the world. W'e have not always been made thoughtful by books, but we have generally been made thoughtful by association with men who think. The spirit of learning has been conveyed by contagion, by personal contact. W'e have been learning and we shall continue to learn. Every mind was made for growth, for knowledge, and we shall not doom our minds to inactivity. We shall keep them as,tools ig 3,1 .1 ':-iff pil! 3 4 1 'lift lily? 1 ,.f.g-:.1fi- if .il-ff,-.W . fix-.1 'E 'Wy .4 ',,j:U1 2" 4 ikkff 1 I fig . fl. . ZX ' il W I. .Q L, QU, f ,gg 'T J.. .,'. 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'g 1,!: ...W WT' :Yi h ".5Qf,w"' .T A,.I, " Jax ,775 .111 L 'Q ,ft ,,.'3 'ffx 'hwy 'lx-,:?l Iii! jj wil V- f-ef---- -- A- -f-f ---- ,-.. . .... Sify Q 1 E 35 e l with which to obtain, from the knowledge of what has gone before, instruction for direction Q and guidance in the future. If we are to live worthily and happily, we must be able to meet the situations in which U29 Q developing life places us and to express our capacities in our activity. Our duty to society as well as to ourselves is to understand what we are doing in our place in life. It has been said T3 that this is the whole of the law of the prophets. Each man must perform his task in life in the best manner possible, remembering that often the most inconspicuous task well executed, like bread cast upon the waters, returns benefits a thousandfold. Work is the law! Like iron that lying about unused becom-es a mass. of useless rust, like water that in an unruliled pool becomes stagnant and foul, so without action the spirit of men turns to a dead thing, losing its force and ceasing to inspire men to achievement. We know 53 from our campus activity in friendly scholastic, athletic and campus rivalry that it is hard work that gives men sympathetic consciousness of 21 COIHIHOH 350211, 21 fidelity to fight rules and practice, a sense of right conduct which we call honor, a devotion to duty, and an idealism that carries men onward. f Character is the result of two forces-one the initial force which the Creator gave when he called us into being, and the other the external influence and culture that mold and modify up the development of life. At Pennsylvania we have all been subject to discipline, to liberalizing 3 influences and to a general intellectual, moral, and Spiritllal regimen- These are 'Che HIHUCHCCS if that make for right and good in the upbuilding of character. We hope that a taste for beauty ff' and a relish for what is refining have been devC10Ped in each of us' and that the C11ltiVHti0n Of ffl L ' good taste will be our concern while we also striVC to be agreeable and 00111100115 111 0111 I'Cl-3110115 ,iliil fr' to our fellow men. ' There is perhaps no other single inHuence that has been better for us than common disci- , pline. Nothing has bound us closer together than the consciousness of deeds done in common, of requirements performed side by side, classes attended together, and campus and athletic X activity carried out with brotherly co-operation. This discipline has been enjoyed in an en- vironment rich in the noble heritage of Pennsylvania tradition coming down from Benjamin Franklin, the founder of this great University. On these grounds and within these buildings we have met as classmates and have formed lasting friendships. This campus where first we met as friends will be sacred to us all through our friendship-all the more sacred as our friendship deepens with the coming years. A To-day marks the commencement of service to our Alma Mater as alumni. Like every' cherishing mother she has been very benevolent. She has richly bestowed upon us her rare i X treasures, and shared with us her lofty ideals and glorious heritage. We shall now wish to re- pg pay her beneficence, to be sons willing to serve her constructively, to aid her in need, to loy- lgafi. 1 ally shield her good name, and to maintain her honor. Fellow classmates, as We bid farewell to our undergraduate days at Pennsylvania, rich in 1- memories of campus activities and college lore, as we leave here to blaze our trail through X V'-515' life, let us keep in mind the loyal sons of Pennsylvania whose efforts and services to humanity f jf have been crowned by noble achievement! Let their lives inspire us to great accomplishments! rf' Q if ,..V' Let us highly resolve that '6We shall make our lives sublime and, departing, leave behind us flllf' gi,j'9g.,V' footprints on the sands of time." i ..,,,l, L, a fi 5 E F- Q 5 M-32921 if F11 51 I Ylafij, C635 j . j , E 4 E, 'lzljlj 'ff g l,Q,'?'if,g E "U" I 5 5 ii' 'N' or ii j 1 2' -'L 'flair' ,ff ng 1. 5 fi r ' . ,, Page Thirtyslhree 1 , , 1 MX? J V 'if ,ga 'CLASS1 PM Y Q' Q h"x' fi'-, or dj W ' 5 ' ""' "' ----fr if-if---1-T 1 .V.-,,L.V1:,i..-,-,.....n,,..,. ......... .,....., .... .1 ij. . Q 9 2 ,..................... - ..4- wwf- ....,... .. .-.. ..., -fi -Y - -- - - x-f :ff 6:- ' 1 : 'FF U11 M P 1 'X . I , , FRESHMAN SQPHUMCRE 1 " ' I' A , 4 , ff'-'5"i1"Z'2'H'Zki'2S'2E-"Z9.!Q f3f'5SZ' 4"" '3?Z"i'?S'Z'?!'Z'!Q' ' 1 N E f f - 1 1 1 ff 1 2 1 f 2 1 i 1 A 1 K 1 1 X, LN 1 I A 51 I 1, Q F' Y 1 1 - 5 , 1 0 1 Y i 1 H 1 W 1 J 5 " N .I I 1 1 ,151 Q 1 Q 1 -1 XX SV 9, V 1 1 W 1 N? Q L 1 1 1 - I t it 11 1 L 1 Hfx I 5 '1 t W ,f V 1' 1, B 1 N W - If ' 5 B ' f1 1 1. ' A , 'l ..: ' 'A W' 1 . -QQV j, -fx T ' ' 1 J N 1 ', 1 WILLIAM BROWN DERN , vA'V ,1 ,. WORTHINGTON G. BUTTON ' XT KN KE, fi HE! , ,-,,:,, ,gfiifff 4 -ff-fav-f-E if 1 W W 1 H: ,X 'QT Sv CLASS PRESIDENTS 4 I lf' KH , -f , , " Y . T , 1 . 1 . . " ' Q1 ,. " . -- , ' f , ,. ' ,v, 1 -1 W Q 'fyfwh pf -2? -4W'f9-?f'?9!?Z951 4' lx Z -- rip '-Y---?1?'f" -111 f---- -ff. . .W Y .,.-,Q-I v,,,.--:1nunlmvu- 1 1 1 . I f 1 1 0 11 . M 2 uf Q, 1 0 1 F1 S 1 P ul: 1 1 31 ' ' "' 1 3 Q V 1 2 Y 1 1 If A 11 g 1 1 111 1? 5 1 1 l ' 1 s 91 1 1 if Q 1 J S 0 Y 1 ' 1 W f 1' 1 1 . 1 1' : 1 X 1111 1 1 1 141 1 1, 3 H. DORN STEWART "1 JACK MCDOWELL N 1 Y' 5? 'I'-'fAf1? .G 3 , if HS, 4 1,o .1 1 JUNIOR SENIOR . 1 jk 121 'x xi Qi 1 x 2 NJ Ax 4 L ix, 1 1x Vx, E A. my WY b ,XL N N Ax 'F 5, F - w 1' . 1. W' xN'N W" I X ""' " '1'E' fx" X1" 'K txxxxxxxxxXyE.XxxxxxKXmXxHxxuxxxggx sxxx G!!1Xxxxxuvxxxxxgxxxxxxxm13.N --X1 Ngggiuyu mxgk xxxxxx 01'--91' '----1--'vu-v' -A XA In u M I --.1 ws. FE..- . .., 5,.,.x.? ,..,T:. 3,3 . E... 5 , T.. Page Thirty-four 1 1 1111 J -W1-.2 1 1 ,V -7 1. 1' 111- 11: L' -'V' fi 1' ,.-151 1' 1111 1 , -' 11 If 1 1. 11: 1 1 111 if 11,1 11.1 . 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A .. 1x 1 1 .. 1 11 1 1' .1 1111 11 '11 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 111 1, 1' 1,11 1 1 1 1 1 ' 'I 1 11111 1 1 1 -Yv- JACK McDOWELL ,435--1 H0 CDR 11111, 1 , 11111- 1 11V7-,,,.,,'. T .' ,vii X1 1175 X1' M1115 X, 11,1 J. FOLWELL SCULL, Jn. ,,.r,,e.,,,,,,,- Q- ,- CANE 11-41:4 11'Liv-2:-f'w.v1,,vf1-y'3 ,--gif' 'Q 11 i' 1" 131 1 f-.1 1 11 1 11 f-"--:Li -1, ..1:, ,rf-A 1 1 1f:1 11 ,511 1 1 1 11 ' 11 1 11 1.111 11 1 1 111, 111 1 11'1 ,If 11 - 1. 11 11 Page Thirty-five Q11 1 1 11 1151 1111 131 15,1 1 ,1 1. 111 , 1- 1 1-, A .M sy. N i --- 1 EDWARD W. HA KE -,.,,-1' 191 11' 1111 1 1 ,31 11-1 1 1111 1111 111 13111 1,1111 11-11 1111 1 f1 1 11 51 6-1-1 11 , 1.,.-1 ME F5:1:+1'i.f- 2?2,ff?fT-+- '27 ff. f. 11 ,-W-11: 1ff'.g1'1', 1 211' 'uf 111.1 1 1' 1 XJ vqjzflfjif-9 r1.,kf'f,5,1 '....-X 4 EUGENE JOSEPH CONNELL SPADE 1: "1 1 1 11 Q1 1 11 Q11 11 11 WN1 11.11 I 1 11: :NN 'B I gf , " Lograph Y QQ F you would not be forgotten, do things Worth flue wriiing. il ga J L l N N l A i B I l I I H ' - 1-in Q K- . ix WALTER DAVID ADAMS 6 A X "Wulf, Rochester, N. Y. WHARTON East Iligh School. Franklin Society C413 Asst. Bus. Mgr. Pennsylvanian C11 C21 C31g Advertising Manager 1415 XVharton News C413 Vigilance Committee C213 Blue Key Society C21 C315 Secy. and Treas. C413 Rochester Club C11 C215 Secy. and Treas. C31g Presi- dent C415 Ivy Ball Committee. ALEXANDER BERNHARD ADELMAN HAZ!! Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Wfest Philadelphia High School. Baseball C115 Senior Picture Committee. RALPH M. ADLER KID B A New York, N. Y. WHARTON Dwight Preparatory School, Varsity Tennis Team C215 Semi-I'inn.l, Tennis Tournament C21, NATHAN ACRAN A 5 P, TT M E, fb B K "Nat" "Nude" Philadelphia, Pa. P E COLLEGE Vineland High School. Debating Team C11 C21 C31 C415 Picture Committee C31. . JOHN ALLEN ALDRIDGE Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Port Arthur Collegiate Inst. CCanada1. PHILIP I. N. ALPERDT "Phil" "Pete" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON VVest Philadelphia High School. Red and Blue. Com- mittee of Twenty, Endowment drive C11g Board of Governors, Permanent Endowment Fund C215 Blazer Committee C41. Chairman Senior Picture Committee. if CARL s. ANDERSON osx -'slim' Creenport, L. I., N. Y. WHARTON Greenport High School. Red and Blue Business Board C21 C31 C413 Editor 1928 Recordg Chairman Elections Committee C415 Undergraduate Council C41. VIWILLIAM BERNER ANDERSON fb E K Cleveland, Ohio WH:XRTON Page Forty Al 1 ,. 1 11 7 1 f,-11 11, '31 . ..1 W 15. i1 1 11 1 11 11 1 .1 1 1 1 1 11 11.1 J14,1'gN.1 .QT .. . 11 11 '1 11 1 1 .1 .1 1 -:1 11,1"',1 "1 '1 .1 '1 1 11 1 1 1. 11 1 117 353 'fin .11 13 231 1r1'1?IA11 .V II Q 111 11 11,1611 yjfiljl 11 1 1531 C111 1 .1 1 5 1 1 -11 El 2? 111 11 1 1 1 . if? f tg 5,1131 ,1v'u'1i,1 1 11 5 1 ' 1 1 21,11 1 1 ,1 u. 1 VXI-IARRY LEE ARCHER, JE. 1I1ME "Arch,' Mt. Airy, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Chess Team CD, CZJ, Gig Chess Cluh CU. C2J, C335 Secretary 1255 Vice-Presb dent Phi Min Sigma 141. WILLIAM GILBERT ARMSTRONG T B TT "Bill" Brooklyn, N. Y. CIVIL ENGINEERING South Philadelphia High School. Freshman Foot- hallg Freshnlan Honorsg Van Nostrand Prizeg Com- pass and Chain Club. WILLIAM ROBERT ARONSON O AT uAndys: Trenton, N. J. Trenton High School. Wrestling Team CD! CZJ, C335 Endowment Drive CD3 Vigilance Committee C213 Trenton Clubg French Club. SAMUEL JACOB ARSHT Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE EMANUEL M. ASBELL "Ma1utie" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. NORMAN HASKELL ASH A3 fl' uKida: Wincl1estet', Mass. EDUCATION CLAUDE E. ATKINSON c1TIinyss Fond du Lac, Wie. WHAR1-oN Fond du Lac High School. Secretary and Treasurer, VVisconsin Club CZJ. JOSEPH ATLAS ujoen Atlantic City, N. J. XVHARTON Atlantic City High School. Senior Luncheon Com- mittee. Page Forty-one 11 11 1121.1 11 1 11 ' 1 11 in 11. if lu 1, 1 11 .W .11 11511 110i13S1f, 11 51 l 1 . W1 1 11 11151 11E2QNK'.1 A . 11 12. ts 11 . N. . LJ . 1 ' . I ta. . 1 1 'I-.Ill A 11 11 111 ' 1 1.11. 1x1 H1 YI xx "Et,-i..J 1 'lfz1,.-2 11 1 11 '111 1 I Ng 11 1 If N11x -1' 1 3 UI 11' M 1 .131 1 . Ty 5 .ally 1 11 4 xx Ni' in 1 1 x V. 1 X i 1 llxgtul .1 I1 la 11 1 1 111 119 1.1 1. 11 . 11 E1 ie. :l T il - a A .fl gli i I .V f ,sr 1 ffl N W nf' N L' l lj 'gl 5 2, fl Vviifl' I K ll l l , H l li' Li? 3. lil Q, if iff' l. r F R if lhjfglln e fl 3 ,ff lil 1 l ll ll l I' 5 A f f," ggi L. 3. .g. lli 1 lf 5 ffl f' I 1, ill li l l , L ' l ll Q. , l, if ,g ll .. '4 ff i O12 'Y ,ff B ' g Q, E ,B ,. .I Til I -'71 .,l. -5 -A --A -A R .. -A L . A ,lk .. L., X . W-,A - r -rr -- - e '--A .A , Q "--fs.q::f.,ff',- g: . 5' 'il X .A v l X 1 I fl . Fixx If RAYMOND FOLLETTE AUSTIN filo, Narberth, Pa. gl Q FINE ARIS l lr l A KA AX L- -1 . :TL l , . ll I I J llw HENRY DAVID BACKALL Tll Philadelphia, Pa. l NS WHARTON 'l Football Squad CU. l Q Lx 1 N l WILLIAM GAYNOR BAI-IR "Bill,' A A Trenton, N. I. llflx COLLEGE x Trenton High School. Trenton Clubg Vice-President. 3 Ni lm, 3 if X lqx ' EDWARD P. BAILEY, JR. EN 1, Philadelphia, Pa. 6 , . xl W lil XX :EIL W , N EDWIN T. BAILEY EN ll Alliance, Ohio.. ' f 'NX WHARTON VV' Alliance High School. ' , ' 1 l . JAMES RUSSELL BAILEY Azfr y' AJ rcllirna: A Mansfield, Ohio. ' WHARTON ll Crew CD3 Iunior Varsity C21 C315 Varsity 1433 N I Treasurer YVharton Associationg Ivy Ball Committee. 5 XR V N PERKINS HILLIEE BAILEY EN lb, "Perle" l BN South Bend, Ind. ' II T' WHARTON ,Nik South Bend High School. Friars Senior Societyg 1 W il Business Manager "Punch Bowlvg Franklin Societyg Associate Mfanager Gym Tearng Ivy Ball Committee. 1 llx . 1 'X ' J +'-N MILLARD SEYMOUR BANKS SAX QM il "Frenchy', "Mill" Buffalo, N. Y. WHARTON lx Lafayette High School. Pennsylvanian Business I Fx Board CU C25 C455 University ,of Grenoble and 'I X Sorbonne, Paris, France CSD. 59 3? 1 viii. l ,A . l gl? i' ,fy ,L-W -- M- ..... ...-.. ,-...,...,..,,- .... ....,,.,.,......A..s .,.. .-. ...J-+5 .F-4.-..-..- ... , , ...F , Xe -' ,l l lxlrl I -It .3 1.':i::i4Q,.g::.:'1:'??s-+v--s-'--'------- lixii. ng-leg.,1v.:vgii-N .x,-. .,:Eui.X-Q i ..i-- i. i..i: - i.--l. T L " '- ' ' ' 'VT' S ' "" ' 55' V37 I I A - l I 'l QL.: Excel dial aide Lil Jail LL Wil 51 ill JL ll --f-ls.L-SEQQQI-1ll1'LTQQ:lg1f:'lliT-' 7- inn A.. L- , .A H. 'T - : I ' -li Page F orty-two --1f X. A '41 lf. 1' ' A 91. fff 1 ffl is J EXIN .1 I 1' -VY' ' -if V. 'Q iw A , ,,,,. -i -- ..- -..--. ,--,,..-.: . A 7.71.7 - ,.- i:11:i,.,L ,, .isgieffff-gf, LA- f---fee-- f:L5iQfii 'Lhi T511 iii, , 1 311, 1 ', . 1 NAX111 ROBERT WHITE BARKER Zxlf 1 IWVN - ICBOFQ 1 1 l' 1 Germantown, Pa. 1 1 111-1 1 ii WHARTON 1 1 fv' Gerrnantown Friends School. Sphinx Senior Societyg All 1- 1 ,J 1 Assistant lvlanager Baseball C3jg Mfanager C4jg 11 X11 1 1 Varsity Clubg Ivy Ball, 11. N1 i 1 1 14119 1 1 ' ' 11 11 A 1- 1' 1 jg JAMES L. BARREN A2111 111xl1 1 A 'H . 1 cc-Iirnss A 1 H 1 Hollywood, Cal. 155 WHARTON li111Q113ll 11" Princeton Preparatory School. 1' 11 1 1 1 1 'Ml 11111 1 . M W ,X 1 ll V 51 ll 23 1' 4 1 1 1 51 113' V ELWOOD M. BARRON A X A 1 "1 1 1 "EIU ffwhifeyv 1 .1 .1411 1? 11 -.1 1.11 1 1 1 1 1 ' Avalon, N. J. 1 V0.1 ff, 11.1 1 '- QQ' 11 If 11 A WHARTON ,1 XL sf 1E Middle Township High School. S3 Qi f, lik' x 1 1 1 11 11 1 ' , 1 V fl l , 1 fl 11 1 X-51 .X 1 11 .7111 JOSEPH L. BARTHOLD Q1 1 ' "Joe" 1 13,31 14 . 1 1K1 N0fl'1StOWU, Pa. l 11 1 1 1 COLLEGE '- 1 1 1 I Norristown High School. CMC 1 fi 11 l .f' 11 '1 S lmll. 311 F 1 1 1 1 MAX BARTH 1 1 I W ccMac:: VL 1 '1 1 , - iff Q Newark, N. J. 1 11 ll 3 ' . ARCHITECTURE South Side High School, "Q, 1" 11 1 1 1 C1 1 1 1, m 1 f 1 ix- 1- F. ALLEN BARTON ZXI' 1 A-nj, .1 I1 . 14' -, 1 .pil "DLzzy,' I1 1 11,56 1 Chestnut Hill, Pa. g 1 WHARTON 1 ' 1 ' Chestnut Hill Acadernyg Soccer CD C22 C3jg Fresh- XV man Dormitory Representativeg Sophomore Vigilance 1 ,XY 1 Committee. i1 11 1 1 1 1, WV 1 '1 l- 1 1' 1 1 , 1 1 1 ABE L. BASHWITZ z B T K lf 1 1 f" 2 "George Lester" W' X 1 gif New York, N. Y. 'ill Qi' WHARTON 1 fb, 1 1' Ethical Culture High School. 1 1 91 1 1 K11 If WARREN ALWINE BAXTER CPKT 1: 1' GAJ Philadelphia, Pa. 'Citib- '1' ,Nfl MOORE We V C 1 H'l s E 1. Et K N 1 E 11 1111151 111 Fgiiilgzalllg Siiiub clfcciiitball 451, ilgiofill Haiisrfilifi 11111 1 Committee C215 Picture Cornmitteei C355 Under- 11 11 1 A1 graduate Council C455 Class liights Loinmittee C435 11x11 1 1 ' A, I, E, E. Clj CZD C35 C459 Lions Engineering So- 11 '-1.11 1 ,F 1 ciety C235 President C4DQNEl1glH6CYlS Show C22 C31 1 X 1 1 j C425 Bien About Towne Club C3J. lin -Q1 ,J 1 1 IU'-, T 1.1-A VN , ,. Q i A -- - .--AA --.ec ..m A-..E--.-.-.-A.. WA. f 1 1.-f --1-11 1-W E A 1 T 1 fffii' L 11K'i:1i FEET 1f"'i:'ifTkW41 1e.e.o '11 p T 1oo1 ' 1 ' fm' ' 1 11. C 1 L A ' Page Forty-three LEWIS KRIS BAZILIAN "Leu", "Kris" Hartford, Conn. EDUCATION Hartford Public High School. Hartforcl County Cluh C25 C35 C455 Chess Club C15 C25 C355 Education Club C45. DONALD SIMPSON BEATTIE Hamilton, N. Y. Dl2N'r,xL WALTER S. BECK YD K T "Wall" 'lSam" Willow Grove, Pa. Moons Abington High School. Moore School Football C25 C35 C455 Moore Baseball C355 Assoc. Editor Moore School Record C455 Memorial Hall Campaign C255 Amer. Inst. of Electrical Engineers C15 C25 C35 C455 Meri About Towne Club C455 Engineering Show C35 C45- JOHN ANTHONY BEHAN "Iohnny,' Brooklyn, N. Y. - WHARTON Brooklyn Manual Training High School. N Baseball C155 Wlharton News C455 Secretary Xkfharton Ass'n C455 Treasurer Newman Club C35 C455 Ivy Ball. HERMAN BENSDORF, II VIJEII "Bennie" Mempliis, Tenn. CoLLEc1s Iohn Marshall High School. ALFRED CECIL BERCMAN fb E A "F:-itzv , New York, N. Y. ' X WHARTON Columbia Grammar School. Rifle Team C155 Xvater Polo C15 C25 C35 C45. HAROLD DANIEL BERK , Wilkes-Ba1'1Ae, Pa. WH:tIiTON Coughlin High School. President Luzerne County Club C455 Symphony Orchestra CI5. FREDERICK MILTON BERNFIELD "Freddie" West Haven, Conn. COLLEGE Nlfest Haven High School. Arts Association C455 Hartford County Club C35. , if i-will Page Forty-four li iii 'ixi ' 5 ..V: N Q.. 1 'xg El f. M l ANQ l l 1 W! 11,3 ll' fx 154 it if 1. Ifxlxll ii 1 ,JC 'N iii ,K ,CJ 'L I l MSIE w xii v. wi' 5--AY. u ,,. . .,. i il . 51 il' 1 ill itll l 5 I i if 'Nl I I 'l x 2 llN'o2f'XQi, If br, i ,km l ' f if I. J til it ' i il? 5 ml sl -. L sl C ll., 1 Q1 ' mx. X5 M4 l 5 1 l, lk l 1 AX' . Xi 5 . 'Chl i li 5 l . Niki , Cy. lg 93.55 VL l l i ,. .xl l 5 . X. .litsf bf. T, . 5 M 1 bl ls : xx it gulf' l l Ml yi ls. i SQ +L-Aa it am 1 Ha. 3 i5 Plxl N N, nity? nii' E -15", I il: I .li ,., . fflfitia 1 f,-yi . , . 1 . il' r 11? "A if ,. w u 1 .ir vi, 1 Y l 1' i i 1' 'il--254 Y 153.322 l' 4'1Ll'il ' J f ll 3 gy ifii ,Q fl l I J . Q X l li iljfli ll el. 15 12 i if l ll . .. I gl I li lfill 1 il' i 'Q ill lkfflg l I l 1' 1 4 ,ll S l' ff' V i, ., , in ' I i life lf lf? .F l Ir ' C. I !"'1' fl . -T9 al' Z' il glgfil J ,i 1 i i U. xl- 1 r 14 i . ew ,, ji i I . M. T. fl? i llll l l K 95? i ll l I ' iii ilffl ffjlil ljygwiw . it " I t ll? 6 QL it ,gf ' WF T fl if 2 life ' J' Y, i f if EPHRAIM ROBERT BERNSTEIN B E I' "Ephie" New York City, New York WH,inToN Crew Squad C15 C253 Boxing Squad C25 C355 Cross-Country Squad Q45g Cabinet Member-Jewish Students House Ass'ng Cercle Frangaise. JOHN PHILIP BERRY 9 A X ujackss Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Friars, Senior Societyg Cox'n Freslnnan Crewg Coxfn junior Varsity Crew Q25 1355 Peunsylvaniau Business Board Q15 C25 Q35 C45g Vigilance Com- mittee 125g Class Historian C255 Blue Key Societyg Undergrzicluate Councilg Manager of Swimming. 7QTHOMAS BERTOK l "T.ommy,' 4' Capo distria, Italy A WHARTON Gym Leacler's Class C15. PHILMOUR M. A. BEIN E AM "Phil" Mansfield, Ohio COLLEGE FRANK EUGENE BIERFREUND, JR. Camden, New Jersey WHARTON LOSTEPHEN H. BILLINGTON, JR. EZ "Steven South Orange, New Jersey ARCH. HARRY AUGUSTUS BINGHAM Hartford, Conn. WHARTON ll PAUL EDWIN BIXLER A-'PE Ponte-Nova Bashia, Brazil WHARTON Page Forty-fire R 4 ff. . 177' -JF'-:X 'TW is xiii- K. -:'fP.fe .. A--is K - 7, if'f.iN. mb i . 1'1.'..-f-PHA-'fif1-.H-2, X' Jtli. , . . Ak .V -K i-,. , , ,.i . -- e--- -- -.-xA-..f,.- x if 1 l ARTHUR HERRICK BLAMPHIN GX ' il "Meri-J", "Bubba" 5' aft if fp, S sg ll fi Sgt -C' l l gi. Germantown, Pa. C E l lx- Y 55,3 IVIL 'NGINEERING i 5 3' Lower Xlerion High Scllool. Track Team C153 Penn- il C E Sylvania Triangle C25 C35 C455 Circulation Manager C355 Managing Editor C455 Undergraduate Council l' ' C455 Hexagon Senior Society C455 Sigma Tau En- f V gineering Fraternity C355 President C455 Compass V iii, N and Chain Society C455 American Society of Civil 1 'V Engineers C15 C25 C35 C455 Lions Engineering So! li Cieiy C13 Q25 C35 C455 Senior Smoker Committee. ' '54 LEONARD HARMON BLAND an V GEL 55, SKS db K H' X Bellwoizlrd Pa.pee 3 WHARTON ' ' Altoona High School. .Vxlater Polo C25 C35 C455 I it Senior Luncheon Conlnllttee. ' 1 ii i , . ' .l . ,, . P l 5 LN l of XXCLAIR BITTNER BLOSE AHE S gtk A ujoess I l l I , Slatedale, Pa. I 'q ll l lj WHARTON 'ji 5 Slatington High School. Lehigh Valley Club C35 ' Xikl if i C455 German Club C25 C355 Band C15 C25 C35 C45. Wmfl limi W il ,V i l ' 4 , i Q L JALBIN WALTER BOBINSKI fbK,2A2 VNC 5 Milf' uBobss, MAF, 5 l like Riverhead, Long Island, N. Y. ,PMN li! WHARTON 1 l 5 M I Riverhead Higli School. Piiiicli Bowl 425 isp C495 i W S I Iunior Prom Ticket Committeeg Chairman Speakers . ll ll Q fglniolr Bagquetg. Junior Cane. Commlttee5 Senior Q 1 ' 1 it . l i , unc leon omml ee Hixix 6' ' llhila ' 5 1 ' l 5 I 4' l 5 v JOHN P. BOGDAN A l 5 5 Trenton N. J. 55 , l , WHARTON thx 5 i " Trenton High School: hVrestling C355 Captain C455 'Xi YH Glee Club 429 gay 445. V V3 i V l 5 C will 1 l l 14 J LAWRENCE M. BOLLAG BEF I 4 uLarrys:, ccpopv Y' ,V 'll Philadelphia, Pa. . ' A F WHARTON . Frankford High School. Second junior Varsity i l Crew C255 Freshman Squad Crew C155 Wrestling l , R A Squad 525.5 SWiITl':fF'li11g Squad C355 Captain Fra- 'X 1 , 4 ternlty NV1lT11'Y11l'lg' eam. l ' 1 ' E X5 Nfl 5 VNN f ,x J A , l 3 L CONRAD FREDERICK BOND Z Z 'I r - Qt' " "Petey S N. , I X C Q Philadelphia, Pa. 4 H E' 5 fl WHARTON 3 L I li Collegeville High School. Football C155 Wrestling wil 4, . squad 429 C35 my g 4 xl l l f f l f ix lf HOWARD TOWNSEND BONGAARDT OX if .ff i "Towny,' A Y 5 Philadelphia, Pa. i N K l li WHARTON ig ln rl VVest Philadelphia High School. Pennsylvanian C15 ' ' lf' C25 C355 Managing Editor C455 Sophomore Vigilance l N gig Committee C255 Ivy Ball. I 9 iw - A N J 5" I pig, A., 5 A in Q t 1 c A . 1 X. --f ,H ggi- '--fff- A ig- ,--.-,. -- : gicrrrtzr- - -,tgirl i'i- -rrw'gg,- firing i,1i1rfft'rWjIn'rvT.-Cam-,-fQi?T1YT1'.j1-5,15-'xx-wwlw.vv,fg,,gg1 ii-:. Loggi-A ,L1L3gAAgj'1 A:.i-.iil1.lA.i.x.W'XX, i V Mm D V 'M' New FTF? FSF' 7755? fr-:iff lliifff' 'E A. H i .l,2ll ui L Page F arty-six -' ' -fzkiziq if six ,frrjfj 41.115 112.:,.fL' " - 1' '- 'ff sax ,fu 1, LX ., I ,4-qi-fr ,1- si ' ' " I r i- -,, I I, 5 A l f i I .1 I 1:1 U is. In llffjf il llnilgxq H HIS . I 1 liz! ll ll lvl ll I 11, Xi I l 'l -5 1 lla N4 .Ki l 1 Wil I ffl C.. All INN il I ' N-A l i '15 l lhll Ng :LS l is 2? li C I ,N 1 F YF lixzx his A rf i 1 1 I IC. ffx as 1 A 1I M 1 Ai? I1 .ix 5 1X i N .AC I li 9 l 3 1 XJ A H , .y I ll ' All I Q Isl Gal V' ew 1 I ilffl l ' l I ., A l -l 1, 11 . I I ,f A ' ' . ,i24?iA-.ji I go-.- wI4,oiif,gfQig,iiiigi ' I I ' ' I 'I I H l' FLOYD LEROY BOWERS A242 ffll Butler, Pa. I 1 l ll WHARION 1 ll 1 Butler High sciwoi. 121116 Key society C25 gap C415 ,rags Orchestra Cljg Glee Club CZD. Q 1 Ti ELDRED CLIFTON BRAINERD 1. 4 .X ccE.C.:: l Tl Maplewood, N. I. T 7 ,li OWNE if H all Wlest Philadelphia High School. Editorial Board, Q +- -11 Pennsylvania Triangleg Steering C333 Dues Com- '1 mittee C315 American Soc. of Mech. Eng. Clj C25 Nw C35 C4-D3 ,Men About Towne Club C23 C31 C4Jg ,gf Y :lggeg-53yglyta12?DGy1n Leaders Corps C23 C3j C415 I yall . I l 1 if I WILLIAM JOSEPH BRENNAN, JR. A T A 7: ' 1 Newark, N. J. I ly WHARTON ' Barringer High School. Class Treasurer CU, Smoker VIE ' Committee C2551 Ivy Ball. ls l.,,5l?' " . l l1 I HOWARD TRUOG BRENNER 24'-E 1- I "Howdy" l4,YA'!4 Youngstown, Ohio. ffl WH.ARTON I Y South High School. Chairman Iunior Cane Marchg N l fl. Senior Smoker Committee. t' as i 1 EDWARD WILLIAM BRIGGS, IR. E QE I I J FEd77 K' Albany, N. Y. f 4. ll COLLEGE F Albany Academy. W . MIA! 1, T , DAVID DANIEL BROSELOW c:Da,Ue:s A Philadelphia, Pa. ' N . COLLEGE , Central High School. Varsity Boxing C433 Central ff High School Clubg Senior Picture Committee. :YI E ffl mfs ' l' 1 l fgl MALACHY JOSEPH A. BRODERICK ,fa Z :aMals: lg Philadelphia, Pa. x WHARTON 1 Wfest Catholic High School. l 1 flfl f" 3 1 ljQf ISADORE JACOB BRODSKY 1 , npudv ' Philadelphia, Pa. W ' ,. HARTON JA XVest Philadelphia High School. Football Squad f 9 Cljg Scrub Football C25 C33 C4-D3 Varsity NVater Q F WY' Polo CZJ. ,V 1 l :fx ll- .. H " I J -'e-f-A-- rr' "-1-I' '3?f1"' 'i "':jj3:+"'-'r-'tra -Lg "5lfI.""""A'1Z.l1L'.LIQ.Yl'- ' Aa-I if .-.- ,-.- --LALALLIFT-'spu:mrl:.rrr::1:'.:::3r:.:.I1giiTIQ:gD33'i2fgS'TQ jL11:i,g?1TQjgg2f:1:1g:::g,g:'1T:4Qjg4Wj ' 'TDP ' iii, if 'tiff' Qiiffiff TIQTW ffl?" if'i'7Ef'il I fy lam El We Itzsi gi Qg.-fy mi my y Page Forty-seven ELDON SHELDON THOMAS BROTZMAN AHE Easton, Pa. WHARTON Ezistfm High School, National Snciery of Scabharcl :incl Blzulc. EDWIN CHARLES BROSIUS ..Ed,, West Grove, Pa. WHARTON Coatesville High School. CLAYTON LIPPINCOTT BROWN, JR. ATE itClUyT,, ' Norristown, Pa. WHARTON Wlesttowu School. ROBERT FRANKLIN BROWN fl1B'K A2111 HBO!! flBrlLnsky?! Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE XVest Philadelphia High School. Friars Senior So- cietyg Franklin Societyg Alpha Beta Chig Punch Bowl C15 C25 C355 Editor-in-Chief C455 Red and Blue C25 C355 Art Editor C459 Peniisylvauian C355 Head Columnist C455 Iunior Annals C355 Mask and VVig Cluhg Mask and VVig Show C25 C35 C453 Mask and XVig Troupe C455 Philomathean 'Play C155 Zelosophic Play. JOHN HARVEY BROWNLEE fI1I'A "Jacky "Brownie,' Cambridge, N. Y. WHARTON Cambridge High School, lkfashington and jefferson College C15. JOSEPH J. BUDNOWITZ OAT "Johnny" . Passaic, N. J. ' COLLEGE Passaic High School. Track Squad C155 flunior XVeelc Committee 4355 Sophomore Vigilance C'om- mittee C255 Menorah Societyg Classics' Club. ,fl ARTHUR LEON BUTLER Z B T nljnssa nBOz:: Troy, N. Y. WHARTQN Troy High School. V WORTHINGTON G. BUTTON ID K NIf,fIvKB East Orange, N. J. f WHARTON Freshman Footballg Lacrosse C155 Varsity Lacrosse C25 C35 C455 Treas. Fresh. Classg Sec'y and Treas. lnterfraternity Council C455 Pres. Phi Kappa Beta Sphinx Senior Society. Page Forty-eighz l li-AT ll ll ll 4 li xl l ll X llbll 1 l l X. NV x5 s ,N ,. 5 CRE CC A 'ff-i g, -4 Sl? 2 lx Xi iff? l 'hp iii'-Q5 '- il L.- 1, I X X-l .. i ,CC , jr . N lia l i ,Y I. 5 wi . xr --n lx ml PM l l ll' Cl! l ' il I , xl .wi f llfi ll ,J l Nz Xi sl 5 M49 I I" lc? l 5 , l l . X. if N 1. rf' Le 'L l lk il E l . l Elia l A lic .l ,INEC , Y, i . . .-, if l l Cl ' 1 l . zliglfll 1 .lf , JOHN YVILLIAMS BUTTS A X P uBll,ttSiCH Philadelphia, Pa. - WHARTON AND ENG. Endowment Committee C253 ljuzinls List. ROSCOE BASIL BUZZELL AE fl, "Bunn "Red" i Springfield, Mass. XVHARTON Springfield Club CU C25 C35 C413 Scales Society C3D C4Dg Giles Club CID C25 C30 C4l. ANDREW CALLAHAN, 31-cl. 'Anclyi' Pllilaclelpliia, Pa. COLLEGE Chess Club. J. BARAQUIEL CALVA EXP Mexico, D. F., Mexico TOWNE American Chemical Society: The Franklin Institute: Die Deutsche Cliemische Gesellschaftg Sociedad de Alumnos cle la Facultad dc Ciencias Quimcas, Mexico. HORACE P. CAMDEN, JR. B 1' 3 Glenside, Pa. WHARTON Red and Blueg XVhartOn Newsg Advisory Committee AVllEl'l'tOl1 Newsg Board of GovernorsglVharton Ass'nq Iunior XVeelc Coinmitteeg flunior Senior Honors. DONALD NILES CAMERON csD0nss r:DoCss Carbondale, Penna. . COLLEGE Zelosopliic Literary Societyg Secretary-Treasurer Middle Atlantic Students Associationg Lackawzuina County Club. BERNARD CAPLAN "Cappie" Lebanon, Pa. COLLEGE Picture Committee C355 llzind CU C22 C35 C4j. PETER CAPERALE "Cap" Philadelphia. Pa. MOORE SCHOOL Pugv Forty-nine .f ' -Iv I I f I I IQ? xl! VIE, 5 -- 7 if hi E I I I If, W- I ,II If I I I I I I I III ICI I I I I I I I I gff I W IR I I II I I If I 1--i I II I 41 ffII Ig I 1 ' I Y i 'W-"4 Iii' I I I IQ' IIFII L'jII I I ififtif. I I ,fill X I I I I Ii If, I- ,Ii I I FA :- .I . -. ,.,,,..., 1 ,x.. .I,,.. ---I I . 4,11 '-fc-'-L C.- .i I I -X 4'-fog:--. ..,. "' If -lx 'ssc . -Is. X I x xt -- .Aga .1 - I,fg1- I phgfwvnsuxmkfwqgggg "' , . -I - -V I Ygei-ff: -f--' I ' I N.-ITAL CHRISTOPHER CARABELLO Ik I JANE "Chris" "Carrie:' Reading, Pa. COLLEGE Reading High School. JOSEPH EDGAR CARNEY A X E scjoen Philadelphia, Pa. ' P TOWNE Roman Catholic High School.. Alembic Chemical Soeietyg Priestley Chemical Societyg Penn R. C. H. S. Clubg Treasurer C355 President C45g Men About Towne Club Engineer's Show C35 C45. ROBERT CARSON ff, 1' A "Boba Los Angeles, Cal. ARCHITECTURE Los Angeles Polytechnic High School. Architectural Societyg Vice-President Senior Classg Architects C455 Sophomore Vigilance Committeeg Chairman Archi- tectural School Smoker Committeeg First Prize Sketch Competition C45. HENRY HARE CARTER fb E X New Dorp, N. Y. EDUCATION Curtis High School. President Spanish Club C15 C25 C355 French Club C25 C35 C453 Student In- structor of Physical Education C35 C455 Spanish Club Plays C15 C25. I f. 549ORDON H. CHAMBERS Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High Schoolg Lacrosse C15 C25 C35 C453 Freshman Numeralsg Minor Sports Letterg Chairman .junior Banquet Ticket Committeeg Mask and 5Vig C455 Senior Luncheon Committee. BENJAMIN CHOROSH K N New York, N. Y. WHARTON Senior Smoker Committee. Red and Blue C35 C453 Chairman Refreshments Committeeg Ivy Ball. MDAMON NICHOLAS CHURCH 2 AE "Nick', Alexandria Bay, N. Y. WHARTON Basketball C155 junior Varsity C35 C455 Iunior Prom Committee C355 Ivy Ball. M CHARLES NEELD CLARK AIIE "Bill" Pitman, N. J. WHARTON Woodbury High School. Crew C255 Freshman Vkfeek Group Committee C45. It III I .I IS I ' II I ICIX 'I I I III I I If 'I I I I III ICQ? IN QI Ighxri IRI I IH I S, . I .N rl I I I II III IX . Y 5I Ilia. II I I' I I I II II ' I EIIXQ ' NI.. SI WI N I I If X, ' I x V I III I II . I I L INN .A PI IH ny . xx I R NI 'Q M III, I ' 1 I Irs I""1 I X :N I I I 5. .Lib RIA, sk. 13 . ' 'Y tx Q r I x. ..., IQIII 95 Page Fifty eerfv e:Qe , 4,7-1 if-1' -- -:N .Q l l 1 1 ,A mf A A fi i-C- K fl l - -in-fi. Lf ,iillliljfimf :fsfix ,J -4: OE-K ,J 2-Jfig..-ggfxljlfi-if ",,. E V.., . ' fe lfainfwlfwif-vivo-: L!-xN- -'-4-1'- ,,'----A.. ' A 'Toi --.-- .ff-.f ff--,--.. ..x. 1 '1?1J.,.T.ii..af,4fg, jf C I f- Y' FH I' M1 ""h"' " 'W' ""- 'Tiff ,- lf - ,HW . J- 3 if ,CET "" ""'AA ' m """"" ' "" """"7' "" 717' "'- 'WH' "WWW "-'-'- ---7 iT"TfTrw1f'.'-:TV-f:.T'i:' if U ll iieiiiffii Wil FREDERICK H. CLARK 5-ff 3, ,if ii . vw. f 'ff "Ted, Biff Clarkn ' , Elmira, N. Y. ' lil? WHAIITON .hr 3 immifa Free Academy. Boxing C22 isp 449, lay- l BJ-'E Vee Football C4j- 'Second Place Intercollegiate l. Q, 1' Heavyweight C2Jg 'fhird Place, Intercollegiate Light- Pl- lg' C V 'AW Heavy C335 Second Place, 60-yard dashg CBoarcl l X-bi-I fl 'f' l l Trackj C4D. -l ii W 3 i il'-W it ALBERT EDWIN CLATTENBURG, Jr. YPBK l, JIM? ccAl,aa csclattss - TS' L? 1 Q IA Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. PN, X ., ,rf COLLEGE mf iii ,iyffa l Chestnut Hill Academy. Greek Composition Prize il 'll ' Clbg Cllestnut Hill Academy Club. L l" 3 il i ix fl lf, , l KW iii' V, Xhl Y l ,i ix? Q I fy . if DAVID WOLFE COATES fPKX1' L i Llanerch, Pa. ' 1 il , 6 i l i Aj! College ix I 1 AE if Xa l l' Til 'iw G? Lf :wa 1 i, l X67 WARREN LaRUE COBB II KA V lox . N uTy,, if Txvlxl 'E Bellefonte, Pa. Q? W i WHARTON , l L l Bellefonte High School. Student Publication Board, " ' ' 3 Ny'l1Ego1iq4Nesvsg Ray Yerger Honor Codeg School f , O. ., . QXS J X - 'N llc, :fl T. f l 52 'lf ' 1 . 5 V Mil GEORGE EUGENE COHAN 9 A 111 lx 1 K E Philadelphia, Pa. ll 5 ' Q ll ii C lKlZ'Ei? X Mwst . . t OLLECE Qi LLM South Philadelphia Hlgh School. Iunior Prom N ' Ticlcet Committee. J, L il , li 5 fi ' l , Wjf ,gi l T li I A. il F Ap PHILIP GOHAN KN Z? i Meriden, Conn. 7 X , WHARTON ' ': "' Meriden High School. Band C33 C4D. fi' C lv J-,il lim Af ' A AM-, Ml l 'L flf gi .IRWIN JEREMIAH COHEN SCA l if Troy, N. Y. J? ,fx l, 1,44 COLLEGE All Q gfl "B, N i ll .fill ll f 'ml L li G ,ACR , JULES COHEN QA .53 gl 'C P Ch N Y ll A it ' ort ester, . . I ,ffl WHARTON l ,l Port Chester High School. Boxing CD3 Crew C255 L l Thlrd Varsity Crew C355 150 lb. Crew Squad C4J. Nixl, 1? 4 'lk ' l 'iF,g' fl :X lifffifw W ie ,Ld - Ki ,fog .-.. i ..-1- L .. ii"i wmouiufgi9".1jl'LlijfiiiililIZSQ' LT53Q?l21T::1r::1,:'iii' fi? 1'7" L.: - Y, 1 lfliflii ll'i35iY':i TTVLH--ii f Hifi? lifi:f'T' 5i'1'Ti' i777-.Ti f"r""3lFi1"'l if '77 l177f'l-'f"" ' Y 'L "i'i'x'f l , Wllifedl Wfl ell fefeidl Lfgl i-.521 s?LL3.l.l will ll 14 .ll Lael Lhll ipaq! ,fi L T2 l . '. L gl 1 Page Fifty-one ROBERT VANCE COHEN "Bob" Philadelphia. Pa. COLLEGE C C-:ntrnl High School. WILLIAM COHEN "Bill" Trenton, N. .l. COLLEGE Trenton High School. HIMAN J. COI-IN lKHiD Kane, Pu. WHARTON Kane High School. junior Prom Committeeg Morgan Dorm Representative C45. PETER JOSEPH COLE, Jr. ATA "Pete" Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Erasmus Hall High School. Friars Senior Societyg 'Baseball Cl5g Varsity Baseball C25 C35 C453 Iunior- Varsity Basketball C35 C455 Varsity Club Scholar- ship C25 C35 C459 Varsity Club. EUGENE JOSEPH CONNELL E A E, 'T' K B "Gene, 'ICBIIOUSCU Bethlehem, Pa. WHAHTON Perkiomen Preparatory School. Basketball C15 C25 C355 Captain C455 Baseball C15 C25 C35 C455 Sphinx Senior Societyg Spade Man. JOSEPH S. CONWELL, Jr. KlJoe77 1 Chestnut Hill, Pa. COLLEGE Germantown High School, Freshman Track Squad: Punch Bowl C15 C25 C353 Circulation Mlanager C455 junior Annals, Business Chairman C355 Junior Cane Committeeg Banquet Committeeg Senior Luncheon Committee. ,M ARNOLD VOORI-IEES COOK Morristown, N. J. FINE ARTS ULYSSES SMITH COOK A fb A "Cookie" Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Central High School. ' L I 'l 'nw Vw nn: 1, .N C ql ll " I , ll fifll W , Ll Q' 1 l ii' 1 li-X 5 swf. ll ii cl :fl I Sl llfg S I, 14 an .gf F1 ' l 'E' it . e . lil gl f Il My El il ' 54 S I 1 . H W l' ll ll ll il' l if 1 Ml ,lf i ' il ll fl il itll! 25 ll l ill it 5 :iv-l U r el 1 It irij QU ll 'I l al fl he :P l' ' I .5 .XL I3 Fe 1 fi.-r. , , NYE, 5 1 ' 'll-all ll ll tl W ,- l 22' tl? gl ..fx , li. , W lilo . N-,ix 1 lflsl . W H I li .1 ilxli Ei 4. L .l i 'E 'll if 'F 'X il ' 1 43 . xii 3 2 ,lg 1 1 1: sly l lLlEllv..,ll 1 l' wal 1 l. 2' .' V C .i , -All l X f yi 1 ..., . C R 5 - X i 1 1 '-J Page Fifty-two 1 lliiiiilki VY I V M 'Y I I YY I I l i..-,1 , mv. Q l 'flyil fRoBERT ROLLEN COOKMAN, Jr. EN Q ..B0b,, 1 E l Fitchburg, Mass. 1 N 'N ,lg WHARTON ' 1 Vlfg Punch Bowl C25 C35 C452 Franklin Polo Club C25 C35. I e :I -Nl' l' N 'mill l All .Y ' I 1 5 ll FRANK M. CORNELL AM I "Frank" lf 'E Germantown, Pa. ll A gf COLLEGE 1? Af' Recl and Blue C25 C355 Circulation Manager C453 1143" Iunior Annals C353 Junior Week Comxnitteeg En- -f I clowrnent Drive C255 -Memorial Hall Fund C25. 4 eiflirg L lf C I LUIS FERNANDO CORREA , "Lou', Merida, Yucatan, Mexico ME VVI-IARTON C A' Varsity Boxing Squad C253 Newman Club C15 C25 " ' C355 Spanish Club C15 C25. F,- ll .Al , , rf' ALAN CORSOB, Jr. A Z fl' ffm: ll, uAln . LW 3516 Philadelphia, Pa. ay, TOWNE ' Compass and Chain Society, President: Civil En- l l -ii gineering Societyg American Society ot' Civil En- gineers. oi Q. ' , WALTER STILLWELL CORSON V yoj uW'alLu ' r Q ll Q Philadelphia, Pa. :gif WHAIITON Spirit Committee C453 Honors C15 C25 C453 Frank- l ' ford High School Club C159 Methodist Commuters .C Club C15 C25 433 445, ffl 4 T. I 'W ' WILLIAM THOMAS COTI-IRAN BAE 1 "Bill" I Rome, Georgia X X? WHAHTON fl ,' Innior Annals Board, Class 28. 5 Y I ll l - ffffl HAROLD WILBUR COWARD AXE 5' gig "Punch', l, 64 Riverton, New Jersey if TOWNE l Hexagon Senior Societyg Alembic Senior Chemical Societyg Editorial Spoon "Punch Bowl" C25 C35 C455 . Editorial Board Pennsylvania Triangle C25 C35 C459 KV? Associate Editor Iunior Annalsg Priestley Club. r J 1 dl!! l LEWIS HERMON CRAVEN S "Lew," "L0uie,, l lf- Wasliington, D. C. is 1 IVH.-XHTON ' A Dormitory Representativeg Capitol City Club. 1'- , f-A v , fi , lwf l Irs 7 il:lI'fi3,v'3iir-A-1135755.V.1-..-.L...,.- ..... . L .. M I L.. I 1liIff.j"'g iltiflfi ,W l'7if-'ffl it Q. ' . ' l 'Q Q- Illia uffg ,QQ-:X 1 Q:-I :Ziff V . Q , Page Fifty-three HARRY S. CRAVER "Dutch', Mount Hope, Va. WHARTON N Mount Hope High Schoolg Honors C25 135. MATTHEW A. CRAWFORD Reynoldsville, Pa. WHARTON Reynoldsville High School. Zelosophic Society. FREDERIC E. CRESSMAN "Fred," "Cress', Pottstown, Pa. MWA. l x A txiki, Y V . ., x. il, :iff 52 iw ' w 1. it ll gil .i :xii l or w. ' ll? MVN X i, Nl 1 1 5 ,M lx '-A 'uri 1. ., 2. l . .. l .,i. xl' i 'Soil lime. Z l life . l ll 5 lglxllx ' 5 - 1 -it i .N 1 COLLEGE If QL? Pottstown High School. iw-T55 1? A W W' WALLACE FASSET CROSBY "Tat,,' "Fuss" Noxen, Pa. WHARTON - Wyoming Seminary. Aero Club Q45. xi ' My i .lg Manx, VJAMES HARRINGTON CROSS ADB I Q "Jim" l l ne, Pa. My-I 9 W1-IARTON QV Q East High School, Erie. Pennsylvanian Editorial Boardg Vigilance Comrnitteeg University Band, Uni- versity Orchestra. 3 I Ki i Q1 I FRANCIS IRVIN CURTIS avr g jkl Overbrook, Pa. iijii WHARTON 'Qfwmfl The Choate School, 'Wallix1gford, Conn. Sphinx Li lliil Senior Societyg Red and Blue Editorial Boardg .li ilu Chairman Undergraduate Mask and VVig Clubg , ll! Mask and Wig Show Cast Q15 C25 Q35 145g Author A' 1 of Show mp. 3 t N31 Wi, , . QU ROBERT T. CUTLER X uB0b,s: e5Rubess ga Woodbine, N. J. WHARTON Fi Woodbine High Schoolg Football Squad C155 Crew L' l Squad Q15 C255 Junior Prom Committee. ' ,X X , i Xi EQA2 ALEXANDER ALBERT DAAS HAZ!! Axwi Brooklyn, N. Y. W WHARTON ily. ' Manual Training High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ki l fi ii li, V' l gfi . Aw., .... c A Eh, .- 'E-Pl li ee i . ' 1 'V Mi' :iff Uzfiif' '7if'w?37i vFi'fT'f iiiif' i . e,,, nj ,il J gm y.1.Lli Vigil LW. Li.91l!,ll ,L Vliiifill hilly Page Fifty-four ,f " . ,Yr - 1 ., I 11 , 111 .55 1? 1 1 l1 1 11 11 11 . 11 1' ' Lf .-4. . ,11 C SI 'el 1 'K ' fel , .1 ,.., 15 J' 1' 1 1075" E1 ' I 11 1 51 . 1 1 1 11 1 .fl fi 1 A' W l 5 Al PAW ' l' ig' 1 1 1 1 ill ,Jyzfl ' lZ1Al 1 1511 .11 1 X4 KECQ, 5, 2 A 1 f-1 5741 1 XA? 5 1 S ln Ai 1 1? H fp fi 1, fl' 1 ' 1 ,fi CXY 1 3 1 1 l. Ml f' 5 l- 8 21 f 51 26 l fj 3 CO 11' 1 1 5 5 1 1 1 at 1 1151 11' 1 ROBERT E. DAFFRON, Jr. ACI' uB0bs: Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. HAROLD MANDEVILLE DARBY AKI1 ccjvugypss uDarbs: North Plainfield, N. J. WHARTON North Plainfield High School. Baseball C15 C25 C35 C455 Football C155 Iunior Varsity C25 C355 Varsity C455 Basketball C155 Junior Varsity C255 Lacrosse Squad C255 Varsity Club C45. JOHN CARL DARSH. rcwallyss Westfield, N. J. COLLEGE Tome School. Glee Club. HUGH HAROLD DAVIDS II M E Llanerch, Pa. MOORE SCHOOL Germantown High School. Soccer Squad C15 C25. RALPH DAVIES K A Scranton, Pa. WHAIKTON Senior Luncheon Committee. CHARLES SUMNER DAVIS, Jr. KE nsudsss Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Phi Kappa Beta Junior Societyg Franklin Societyg Sphinx Senior So- ciety'5 News Editor' Pennsylvanian C455 Editorial Board C15 C25 C355 Vice-President Sophomore Classg Vigilance Committeeg General Student Chairman C. A. Memorial Hall Driveg Assistant Manager Soccer C355 Senior Luncheon Committee. HENRY DAVIS, 3rd 'P K E c:Happyr9 Yeadon, Pa. ARCHITECTURE Lansdowne High School. Track Squad C15. KENNETH F. DAVIS - H D E, B 1' E scKens: Scranton, Pa. WHARTON Central High School, Scranton. President, in second year. Class of 1926 Scranton Extension of X-Vliarlon Schoolg Member of Debating Team Scranton Exten- sion School5 Member Board of Governorsg XVhnr1on Association C455 Lackawanna County Club 1,35 C455 President C35. 3 lin X ' "il li -. 5- 5 :EQ-lf . ,J-. 5 1 5,1155 .11 55,1,,-f'f5,Ej,,,W,,H,- 5,-A 5 5,-.Y-YHA A ,A .5 , , , ,V,, ,L ,A V, . . ., , ,H , , ,. .-. ,,,.. ,, , ' Fa'-J' 'K 1' A-'if 4"s" -' f- f- --v -, -v- ' - - ' "-"' f A,..,C-,iCS,t3iT iii ,ifiii : 7'Iii1,T-7T'T",'f'f 'W A' T," ' V ' ,Q I O 1'r:i'-511..:xa-:pez-rel:sfdlfgi...-'-.:::-:gggj5g.g:rgTgg.Qg:ggjg -Q11':.I.ZjLLg.1iigifgggtiic.1LL new Q-.lvl-,...LT::.,: VLlY::.V.Y..:!L-gene, 1:2 inf, , W. 5 Twrr--51" WY1 51 - . . 1 1y- 1--W --,A 1:1 F' '5'-5 :'iy1.j'32. :eff-2 ' 1'-'i-:jg-f 1 4.257 5- 51.17 5 ' .Q 3.1 5 1 .. 1 111111 mlb-..' f1s',5F511 1-We -1'-1,-111 f-.1 . t. 5 5 121'-1' '1 f1:gf5E' rf" 1 ' f 1- 1 1 .,fr'1' ' 5 1 1 5 5 1 4 34-lioggyl if-a.1-J-L15 11.11-gtg, E521 LSL, 154525111 711 11.51 egg.. 3.75, WV. -13511 5 , Page Fifty-five 151 1 .1 11' ' 1551.11 1 1 l'5:?Al,'lL' 11"-1. 51 il ll: li ll '21 1 1 lhl 1: 'Nix' 1 ating! wi A' TL- 51 '1 ll 11 12 1 l .l 5 ' ll I 1 1 aw' fl 1 Q51 V52 1 l N 5,1 l lg -ncbi V1 il 1 HQ 1 I .5 5 ll ' Vglii 1 11 XJ 1 5 xl l A 1? 1 live S' 1 'X 1 lap .lil l F 'Alfa e- w l 111 hlg 'r "-1 Lk I l fix? E 1 l i1 if I Q ll E111 X 7 1 '1 1 1 l 1' Eli 15 lx ia? Xia?-X El 51 ly 1 1 1 ML ll 1 1 1 1, lf., 1155.3 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1' l YINCICNT ANTHONY alt-BENEDETTO A 'I' L1 "Vi11c'e" Creenport. L. l. WHARTON Greenport High School. llaselizill C115 Boxing C215 Xe-wnizm Club C11 C21 C31 C415 Senior Picture Lfuninmiltee. ORSEN DECKER WAT "Deck" Poughkeepsie, N. Y. WHARTON Poughkeepsie High School. AARON DEITZ Hyattsville, Md. COLLEGE Central High School, lliashington. WALTER HUPFELD deMETS iCWaIt!3 Torresdale, Pa. WHARTON Girard College. Student Leader of Baud C415 Assistant Learler C31. t HARRY DAVID DERMON 'DS A "Dermv Memphis, Tenn. WHARTON Central High School. XVrestling Squad C11 C21. BERNARD DEUTSCH' 433 A "Bernie', New York, N. Y. A WHAHTON Evander Childs High School. Varsity Baseball C11 C21 C31 C-41g Varsity Club. PAUL JEROME DEVANEY QP A T wud., Buffalo, N. Y. ' WHARTON Lafayette High School. Golf Squad C215 Crew Squad C41g junior Prom Ticket Committee C315 Blazer Committee C415 Newman Club C21 C31g Senior Smoker Committee. Nl 5 ! X l lg? il if li l tml C il N lf iw Ti it ff ll tiki? ll lf 5' r NVS LC .. , 2 v E .kk Y. l ' auf 2 I ig ll 'iid i E, xx-.hx 3 :Flu gli ,Cm l . 'I li LN my i NT, lxl 2 ,f it lil 1 Ng: :I Xl l, lit llswe X l W il lfl Ni V in ljix ,- . ,5 C 1 E WC We . L 2 i Q l Ni li if M il i lihel L sl il XiNi Nl l ,, ,li JOHN MARTIN DIEDRICK, Jr. IIAE , f ,AX "1ack,', "Caesar", i,i',,iiLi1f . l N", .l Nanticolce, Pa. l li .4 WHARTON l I Nanticoke High School. lf'resident Pi Lambda Sigma WC V Pre-Legal Fraternityg Provisional Committee Sec' ,lf'- if tional Clubsg Luzerne County Club C115 Secretary ll, 'lx C215 Vice-Pres. C31g Pres. C41g Treasurer Aero jl fx A Club C415 Senior Luncheon Committee. fl' Wi- :l gi ,. , if L 1,5 L ,U 4., qgi, ,NL ij 313441: ' -i ::7ll,:1:Lt.:g 2 so-5: "9-'ff' Li ,Z ,iii gf--Si, if A . .f M ...f - .. . 4 me f 2 i . if J 1:1 if F41-5'll lil-.ll Page Fifty-six 1 ii li 11 .1 I, .1 i 1 1 1 M lf ,Li 11: , ', v Q11 2 - el l,.af11' l if 1. 1 11 11 1 1 11 1 ,. 1' 1 1 1,1 'll L ll ., ,onli 1511 11 1 1 11 W W " 1 I1 1 1 11 lb. S xl W W 4 -p . - i 4. his gil 12 11 fa -1 1 11 51 1 lit Ss 3: 1 1101 W 1 W l 'F CTWQ1 1,41 . 1,1 N 13.1 :SAK 14 . 11s. 1f 311 4 f1,'l5i li Q l i SAMUEIJ SYLVESTER DIEHL "Sam,,' "Diehl', ACACIA Lockhaven, Pa. XVHARTON Central State Normal Sclioolg Chairman Iunior Brom Ticket Committeeg Christian Association Cabinet C435 Lutheran Student Executive Committee C13 C23 C33 C43g Memorial Hall Committee C335 Masonic Clubg Lycoming' County Club C33 C43. S. JOHN DILENSCHNEIDER Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON LEONARD CARTER DILL, Jr. B 9 II, A B X Ltllenii Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE lVest Philadelphia High School. Sphinx Senior So- cietyg Alpha Beta Chi Honorary journalistic Fra- ternity C433 The Pennsylvanian C13 C23 C33 C433 Editor-in-Chief C43g Advertising Manager Freshman Hand-book C235 Temporary Class President C135 Vigilance Committee C135 Rally Committee C33 C435 Endowment Drive Committee C13 g Memorial Hall 3Fund Committee C23 C435 Class Fights Committee C435 Christian Association Cabinet C435 Managing Board, Travel Association C33 C439 Undergraduate Council C435 University Camp Councillor C23g University Council on XVelfare and Student Activities C433 Council on Athletics C435 Franklin' Society President C435 Blue Key Society C23 C33 C435 NVest Phila- delphia High School Club C133 Senior Dormitory Advisory Executive Council Arts Association C33 C435 Executive Board Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association C435 Steering Committee Ivy lVeek. SEYMOUR A. DIMOND fl' E H USy!7 East Orange. N. J. W'H,tR'FON East Orange High Sclioolg Punch Bowl C23 C33 C-13: Ivy Ball. JOHN DIMUN, Jr. 'flohnnyv Trenton, N. J. COLLEGE Trenton Senior High School. if MILTON A. DINER 5 A M New York, N. Y. Steering Committee Ivy XVeek. gj'ANTHONY J. DI STASI A fl' A "Tomy Highland, N. Y. XVHARTON Poughkeepsie High School. Crew Squad C133 3rd Varsity C23g Associate Editor -Junior Annals C33: .Blazer Committee C433 Varsity "P" Dinner Ticket Committee C433 Orchestra C133 Nexvnian Clulig Poughkeepsie Cluhg Ivy Ball. X. 111 C C1 ' VXELLSWORTH DOBBS Kfifr 1 Bernardsville, N. J. 11 Wx-mnToN jf Q3 Bernards High School. University llancl C13 C23 K 315 on eo. 1, Hifi .--Y . 1ilafglisiliiiilfieefilaa- A -5751 A 1 lWQW3QHfQNuy171U Page Fifty-seven J 1 1 11 111 1 ll 11 1 .1 1. v 11 1. 11' ' 1 iq' "1 A 1. ,V .1".J-f1 11 ,1-1, lf 1 11 111 '1 flffl, I M 1. api. i' '1 '11 1231--Q1 l11 1111, 1 1 1 11 11. L1 11 l W. 1 -. .. 1:1 Q 1 CX, ' f '1, Cal. 15: 1 fs. 11 iill 1 1, N1 X 1 M W lg V51 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1m 1 NX. :CL 11 11 1 1 ix, I 1 . NX W sl A1211 1 1 1 W 'N 1 1 NK' 111 .FL il 1 1' 1 C1 i i 1 l 1 1 5 1 xlxxl W 1 11111 l . 1 1 1 m 1 is 11. 1 1 lily 1 W 1 . f i r li - 5, .HN i N PAUL FRED DONATH -IJKT gp gi Philadelphia, Pa. ll COLLEGE ' fi 555+ XX'est Philadelphia High School. Freshrnabn Crewg i ll Banquet Committee C155 Iunior Prom Committee C355 I 5 5 Blazer Committee C451 Der Deutsche Verein C15 C255 lx' x President C35 C455 Symphonic Society C255 Vice- H k President C355 President C455 Glee Club C155 .Uni- 1 HE Q versity Symphony Orchestra C15 C25 Vice-President C355-Presideriut C45 2:Bandt5155 Instrumental Club C155 . S Senior Lune eon Ommi ee. N 5 ' HENRY JOSEPH DONNELLY, Jr. AIIE 14 1 fl "Harry, Donn ' West Philadelphia, Pa. W ' HARTON i 25? fi I VVest Philadelphia Catholic High, Xvest Philadel- ll Nfl 1 ' phia High School. Scabbard and Bladeg Newman qi 'I Club C15 C25 C35 C455 Freshman XV:-:ek Group Leader 'X W f .1 C45- Q" 1 ' . iii ,SL 95 I 'NI C '1 Vila A ' ii ii 1 CLARENCE DOUD V TKT ii 5 p wg csjoev :ll X Malone, N. Y. i - me gi WHARTON ,' Sh. f 'rj Manager of Glee Club5 Head Song Leader C45. l ' xl . ' 5 B Q M STEPHEN RALPH DOUGLAS Ben, QPKB 'C if St. Joseph, MO. N XN Y llli. f WHARTON ' Y " l St. Ioseph Central High School. Sphinx Senior HC Society5 Assistant Manager Track C355 Manager 1' ,fl C455 Pennsylvanian Business Board C15 C25 C35 C455 ' ' ! Member Executive Committeexl. C. Av. A. A. A, C45. 1 ' l Y L LJ lx ' if X i 5 lull. ia if 5 'wx XV' WILLIAM JOSEPH DOWNEY A T A, B I' E lil I I ccBillv xi 5 1 lfi ii .5 Mahanoy City, Pa. lik f n WHARTON 'i 'X C ll iviaiiiiioy Township High School. Football up C25 XV? C35 C455 Wharton Honors C35 C455 Varsity Clubg 5 tg 5 ff Board of Governors, Wharton Association. 3 , l .I H i M THEODORE DREYER i RW l c:Ted:! ,ix ' "' r jd Los Angeles, Cal. A7 WHARTON ' P :L San Diego High School. Secretary Masonic Club ,N ' I N C355 Councillor Green Lane Camp. 'IN . If-L! 5 1 it 1-ffm ' T 'ri i fl il 5 . , ,L 1 i lf, , C RALPH KINCDON DUCAN Q i 1 Je' N 1 Ili. ,.J0e,, E XIX. 2 5 Pitman, N. J. I H gi , ,,,, . 'Lilxlq WHIKRTON 5 1 Vi Ridley Park High School, Glassboro CN. 1.5 1-ligh li V5 ig M l School. Aero Club- C45. l l :ii i N i gn be 1 1 H H. IRVINC DUNN ' Cx 'H JL . , 1,41 7' Glens Falls, N. Y. lah 3 ' ' COLLEGE Q 5 ' xi 1, ' lf Glens Falls High School. Mask and XVig C15 C255 5 -- ' M1 Track C25 C355 Crew C455 Musical Club C15 C25 C35 X35 i i' 1 if C455 Symphony Orchestra C15 C255 Band C15 C25 'lX 5 - - i .. 'ii C35 C455 Dramatic Club C155 Aero Club C45. .I s, Vg 5 1 rx' llxllixll -Pi ..E24.l5..ff.i'TEor1" P'P":essi, ..'. :r,.i. '1i1.ggiigi.:1'3531151121111g::i.:fg2:i::iz::::tit-.ifffi--freess?is2m'ZsV-UA-.. 5. . A'-ei P . -----A-ilaaieaasfgagssfias P12225Q-ggiE-ueeeeagezeeassiei- 251143. if--A . , ,' , . 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Historian C315 Sophomore Steering Com- mittee C215 Penniman Bowl Committee C11 C215 En- dowment Drive C115 Assistant Manager University 'llgrziffel Association C315 Manager C415 Chairman Ivy a . DONALD NICKLES EAMES Yardley, Pa. WHARTON f HARRY HULDREICH EDEL 9 A X South Brownsville, Pa. W1-IARTON South Brownsville High School. Punch Bowl Edi- torial C21 C315 Managing Editor C415 1928 Recordg Junior Banquet Committeeg Ivy Ball. HAROLD A. EDLUND AX P Pelham Manor, N. Y. A WHARTON Senior Luncheon Committee. RICHARD P. EFROYMSON KN "Dick, Ei" Indianapolis, Ind. . WHARTON Shortridge High School. 1928 Record5- Hoosier Club C11 C21- ' WILLIAM STEWART EISENLOHR, Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. Towmz Germantown High School. Men About Towne Club5 Student Chapter, A. S. C. E. and S. A. M. E.5 Engineer's Show C11 C21 C31 C41. JFREEMAN ELDER E X, A E P "Free, Papa" New London, Conn. WHIXRTON Bullceley School. Debating Team C11 C21 C315 Cap- tain C415 Member Board of Governors, Wharton Association C41. FRANK L. ELLIOTT KA 41 Rahway, N. J. WHAm'oN .ffaiy-W, , I , .-.-.HT . ,--af-2. ,.. ,. ,... ., U .. .,,. , ,t H ,V K ,,,,.h,c ,, .I ,,J.y ,.i, . , . Y W , 2 ,I Q.,-,II .I ,.,,,.I ,a,.1,,I -,f.,.i.-, -, I I q I , I ,I , I liim Vilfl I'-,2"'1 iiii ifiif' ,ff-LII It Q!-Q A .,'wII 'jrjff YY' , 1575, Page Fifty-nine I ,I . I Ir fx I I I ' I ' x 1 - . xi If s, 5 -. . I ffrf,,I Ii '- 'I -I 1 if II 'I N. ,N ,, If, II II. Xi-I Iii .wa Ax ,. 1 ct ti Ii ff.. 'i I wc.. If SSI II ,VW 'WSI' wav? .,, IICIIIPIIIII In I II aI I I X, - I1-,'xI .-,. I I II' I, I I' I H I II II II I IN- ii Iv EE 'W' I.- II'iX,A 2? IW. -1 II' I II II I 'I If , ll I Ib-fi. II 2 If N I ' Iifl III I 51? IN 'AI ig.. XXIII - --X f' '. If' ' IEINQT'-1. II I I UXIII I " NI I 01 ,II I I II! II I NI I LLOYD HILE ELLIOTT Bluffton. Indiana lloxing 'l'c:m1 C21 CSJ. WILLIAM J. ELLIS, Drexel Hill, Pa. ALFRED G. ENNIS Philadelphia, Pa. RICHARD LEE ENTWISLE, Ir. "Sheets" Philadelphia, Pa. junior Class Banquet Couimi-ttee. DENT ERVIN E WE Elkins, W. Va. RALPH SHAY ESTUS A T 0 sfEsE,ss ssshass ' Montrose, Pa. Sphinx Senior Society g Sopliomore Vigilaince Coni- mittee C251 Blue Key Society C4J: Associate Man- ager Track C455 Managei' Cross Country C4jg Ivy Ball. ' 1 NXHERBERT SPENCER EVANS, .lm-. A XP "Spencefl "Satch', Albany, N. Y. Football CD3 Junior Varsity C21 CSD MJ, Captain C4jg Satch Cluh CIJ C25 CBJ C4J, President 141. KENNETH GARABRANT FAI-IS A X I' Bethlehem, Pa. W1-I.x1rToN IVV Ball. . 4'X' GTI' Jn . so -- -.-J.-..-.d-?..--.55 -fir all nlll l 1. fl ll i 1, w fi I, will lull ip rl fi ll ll ll C gt 3. X lw .il I 1. It l l , I I A li' I lr il I L E, ly A I I xl l is it w- ll' it lk I lx :QQ l ,l ul "V" 'E ' ww ' 7 "U" ""'7"'Tff f - - ,... , . ,-- ,. - -- - -ff .- 1 '-'-- s i-V-Af.-vw. psf-.w Hszfi --::. I 4 I 2. 'U p I ...gy ' 1 ijyll gllyl Eilill Lixkgl ixgfipll lffiifl llifll Page Sixty l 1 w QE? ls 6 lx 9 l .t'1, 2 .,.V J, ,t tl' llil' l A. ,t , if Jl lf, lt 345, .fr t JOSEPH KAUFFMAN FARBER 13 QU "Joe" Dayton, Ohio XVVHAIITON Steele High School. Miami L'niversity QDQ junior Varsity Crew OD 141. Y JJ! W.: ' , ,fel W li lf l ll 0,34 ERNEST ALBERT FARRINGTON, Jr. S an Hifq "Ernie" lf in ,jj Haddonfield, N. fl. r ffff W R W ,t H,u:TON l Penn Clmrter School. M1 W5 1 L ttf 1 if My will li ROBERT GRANT FARRINGTON E93 w u i I li a4B0bsa t rl l Iiaadtmfieid, N. J. fam fi' WHARTON 6 ll Penn Charter School. ? l i .l ' 'x . , ll T 2 till T ,,- JOSEPH FELDMAN TH 1:10855 lijzl Q New York, N. Y. W ' WHARTON , 4 4 Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. Laciosse CUQ Rifle CHD, M t it it l R ' I Ii EDWARD ELMER FELKER MCI uEddien CKE Beaver Springs, Pa. l WHARTON 5 XVilliamsport High School. Freshman Cross Countryg 1 Aero Club President MD, Lycoming County Club. . X52 Till - - ik -A REGINALD THOMPSON FERGUSON, I X' ,ill . "7Regy,', "Fergy', 4 ll 9 Philadelphia, Pa. ll WH Q63 Northeast High School. 1 - .X 1 f if tl 4 Q 1 HUGH WILLIAM FIELD A X ll, 'I' B U f' if "Felix,, it Q i Phi1aaeiphia,Pu. 5 b ry 'l'nwNE ll West Philadelphia High School. Alembic Senior ' ,f Society, President C435 Vice-President, Tau Beta Pi 5 H433 Men About Towne Club. President C453 Priestley l if Club. Secretary CZJ, Vice-President CM, President ' fl Hjg Engineering Student Council 142. I ,f VXHAROLD F. FIEDLER fl ll Fort Wayne, Indiana l I WH nrroiv ll Central High School, Fort X'K'aync. Deans ist Student Gym lnstrnctor. it I ,ff ll 7 LJ-5 QQ,gi.'fi5ig ii QfQQg11QQ .iliifiw Y 'R A W Y' ' 1 r L rf Ljilrttr. "Uv,-L' HY 1 .ll .t , vu ,Hi Page Sixty-one PHILIP FIERSTEIN T E H "Ph i I ', i Newark. New .Iersey , COLLEGE 1923 Record. W VIIVIORRIS I-IERMAN FINE 2 A II csM0,ss cspcten Baltimore, Md. WHARTON Baseball Squad C155 Junior Varsity Football Squad C253 Baltimore Club. RAYMOND FINE SCRay9! Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE GORDON McKAY FISCHER II KA Mayville, New York WHARTON i' . X ,' iwt fl, 1... . i il ii Y iii il ISN i - 1 Yi 1. flivitj. R. ii lf? iii Nm if Ev 1 I , I 5:12. I lv: 72 li li 1 Axkdf E, ii. 'Nl .Chi ii Wh '-4 l il 1 5,5-l i 5 , L :fir r Q if I: I Hi Qxfii :RU sg. 15' 5 'Ri wi ll Q if 1 N gi 3 'hfii we 53 Z lfifa . E il li ll if ' ful l ll Xl lx La '55 is-4-. QQ s .. ii .. xx . ill, i 5 F-il WILLIAM FREDERICK FISCHER, Jr. EQE li l "Bill," "Fish', X Philadelphia, Pa. NJ WHARTON gif ggi wiesiiiiig Team C355 Punch Bowi C25 435 445. . iwlf. l l ifALLAN JERRY FISHER fhM2,Brz id G s:Alss Iixxxl Philadelphia, Pa. f A25 WHARTON Chess Team C15 C25 C35 C453 Red and Blue Editorial V54 k.., ' lioard C35 C459 Chess Club C35 C45, Treasurer C353 H iji. President Phi Mu Sigma C45g Member of Board oi ,Q i. ri! Governors of the Nlfharton Association C453 Honors 'Rf lt 415 C25 Q35 C455 Edith L. Merrick Prize for Piihiica- ,KU tion VVork for year 1926-19275 Northeast Club. IX-:Q lx? 5 1? 2.1 i JOHN NEWTON FISHER 1- k "Newt it ii ig IVilliamsport, Pa. flow WHARTON 5. lf? ll i i , Il ty iv- ' x . 5 ' ilgixff. if HARVEY EISHMAN ' 'Fiif,,:.i :cFiShn cieveiihd, Ohio wg . 2 WHARTON ig I If IN A .. iihi. . .lf , - DW..-,.--,.,.--,.L,h,,L-.--,..-.h,L-?lX.i,1,f?liiiif Y-ww Page Sixty-two , QRS HARRY A. FISK, Ir. A2112 Elmira, New York . WHARTON WALTER FRANCIS A. FITZGERALD Gflfitzil Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE Compass and Chain Societyg Civil Engineering Society. CLARENCE JOSEPH FLAI-IERTY fb A T "Flick" Cirardville, Pa. WHARTON Vlfrestling Squad CD5 Circulation Manager, Wharton Newsg Junior Prom Committeeg Publicity Committee, XVharton Associationg Newman Clubg Ivy Ball. HERBERT VICTOR FLIEGEL K fb K 6iHerb,7! 6GViC!! Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Delegate at Large, Education Club C253 Education Club. SAMUEL IRVING FOREMAN Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION MAXTON NORMAN FRALIN Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE GERALD NELSON FRANK 4193 A If-Ier-ity!! Danville, Virginia WHARTON Ivy Ball. HOWARD L. FRANKS B E P New York, N. Y. Q WHARTON Fresliman Track C125 Varsity L21 L55 U35 Varsity Club. Ivy Ball, Page Sixty-three All ll y Q3 'i all lu if' 21 lf If-1111 ,mi rl l x .1 Xfl , ll li: l -' 11' vs I 'VM sf ! lv l NY igkflg lm lfl I ly helm T ay lil lg l A if Nl xi 3 lil , Gi l lgxixl . Y 59,5 ,bg lg' ,l N 'ELL if .N lm 4 . lsxlx QF' fl Rl. V. ll il 1 l ' ' n l lvl 5 ' li fly ,R I, 5 .ll 1. br lil li Nl-J " qt ' nb, Nl ll lm lf 2 l l f l : F l wi-Tl 'X-., '-J, Il-.i N' rl Wing i E Yi E ,ix ,.,, E, ir' l I l Ln f Lei 17 lllil imp lf Vi Ili . l l l Fi l ,r In l 1 A--4 f i i l ,. 1 i 5 I , u , Vixczii ,x1ic:H1B,iL1J FRASER -XT-X, BPI New York. N. Y. WH.-XRTON .-Xmlorer lligh School. Retzi Garnnm Sigma Hon- orary XYliarton School Fraternityg Board of Liov- ernors, XVh'zirton Association UQ. EDWARD L. FRATER Philadelpliia, Pa. , XVHARTON Northeast High Schoolg Red anilxBlue C31 C415 .Iunto 133 C415 Northeast High School Qlub UU- ln HERBERT G. FREI 91335 "Herb," Strebchv Long Island, N. Y. . COLLEGE Richmond Hill. Football Squad Cljg XYrestling. LEONARD E. FRIEDBERC T E 'I' "Lena, Mahanoy City, Pa. IVHAIITON i fllahanoy City High School. .IAMES ALBERT ERYATT fl' 3 K Portland, Maine WEHARTON Senior Luncheon Committee. ' PHILIP S. FULD 'I' E U 'fphipi' York, Pa. WHARTON York High School. Business Board, 1928 Record. LEONARD ALBERT FEINBERG "The Earlf, "Leng Philadelphia, Pa. WHAIITON Central High School. GERMAIN GABRIEL "JerryH West Haven, Conn. COLLEGE XVest Haven High School. Memorial Hall Fund C253 Arts Association f4Jg Spanish Club MJ. .R 'VM ui j 5 jj f IER1 l 13- 0 l LHR ixl l 2 Pl f E 1 QM ,vrlhl ,Q lxi X ., I ll ,x kwi , will N , lofi l, , l in Ygslil Nl E he lil lr lxl l or X gil Q NYPD! J ll, gl I ix ' i N: ,S xx lbsv fl i. I I l 1 N r " , . , i 2 l' ,i 1 N ' AD ll l l I Ni il Xl if Sl Q. V ly. 'iilljl bh N. X .i 1 ily l XX IDA-9 in f ill 'XH lr ox l lliwk ' 'lr-X ix U ri malta. fix f 'uw - ....,,-.L 4 L ff, ',f,Qf""" ' 'Wj " ""' Y ' ' Y 'Qi Y " ' ' 'ff' N "'E'Q,Q1fT, "ffm ' E'T,L2"fI',T'1'fiT' V.JLi.TliTSiif153'T5lTlu .Lu-:N--D--': 11-efgfi,-f ,. Y, , e3i'f.- 1 .-K-.-.qi 7-Q: 1 J f--3,-sl' l rv, if A I I L' A i ri M lm 'lrfawwlli flj V - Y ,Y , , A. .. 1. u '.ii1-. A .. .., :i M ri me, .,-Jai M. Page Sixty-four . l l X no rl 4 lyiilt, lllix 1553 l W' lj, l fy l ffii 1 1 sl.. lfi l l fm '14 f N il I " l' lvl : Q ff ll lu I A ., .- .l I Vyil ,fy , .fi l. l l ill I2 gl 1 i . .v 51 l X61 l,'s I .fm lf W ' W If v .l V53 'X' 1 5 53 A9 I . ,445 1 ,ii fi fm.: V a if la iff K s 'T l I ' r l Mi, fY U A? 1 X . l 1 I l 1 fix E . 1 sl lf . K if .f in J me 1 ,- ','.' if :JVV v ,V-" ,nfl 1 ya ,v ll ll , 'l I l U 15. ll ll M lff fi I' ETF ,. 5 in ix 1, .5574 I 1' l , . l cl-1 A F l l PHILIP WARREN GAGE KA "Phil,' Warsaw, N. Y. WH.-xm'oN ALBERT GALEWSKI 3 A M "Captain" East Williston, N. Y. COLLEGE Hempstead High School. Fencing Team C415 Cap- tain's Cup C315 A. F. L. A. Eastern Division Cham- pion C315 French Club C11 C21 C31 C415 President, Jewish Students' Association C41. THOMAS SOVEREIGN GATES, Ir. Z XP, fl' K B llT0m97 Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Chestnut Hill Academy. President, Sphinx Senior Society C415 Assistant Manager Football C315 Man- ager C415 Red and Blue Business Board C31 C415 Council on Athletics ,C415 Arts Association C11 C21 C315 President C415 Chestnut Hill Academy Club C11 C21 C315 President C415 Undergraduate Councilp Ivy liall. HUBER M. GEMMILL K A fl' llHubG!! Sunnyburn, Pa. WHARTON Millersville Normal School. FREDERICK C. GENTSCH AWE Ogden, Utah WHARTON Ogden High School. Friars' Senior Societyg Crew C115 Varsity C21 C315 Captain C415 Senior Advisorg Vice-President C315 Ivy Ball. BERNARD DAVE GILES "Bernie" Mt. Vernon. N. Y. WHARTON JOHN JAY GILLINGHAM Bayport, Mich. WHARTON Saginaw High School. .IOHN E. GILMAN AEfIf nlohnniei' Cornwall, N. Y. WHARTON Stony Brook School. Crew C11 C21 C315 lllanager Freshman Gym C315 Manager Gym C41. -- fit.-. s-.x.-,-...-, -,,-,,H,,, -, . , , . ., , , . I l .sv -.1 5 V! Page Sixty-five EH, VV l, 5 532 1- F-ll 9 l- l 1,9'QGQ1'r sis. 1 I ii . . Il H lll ls? .,. l. lil Igxlll l 1 . . . . , 5 5- ff: is I -fx E. w liz, I ll 'fir' ll ll .lxgs I 3 ll' ix. i vi' .ini if R 5 F I ,l l lx li. il l ' 1 ll N ' . Q7- I i -l 1. 1' .ox . llhu- ii. . .ll 'g l lvl ' N1 TC lil l ,lvfl 1 Ml. lx. N: -LQ X I . ' Ae Q.. wg W .Wi .HN 11l'f Fil, 'lip 1111 5 li Xa' .' 1 il 5 1 W Mi il 1 l Qi lf? la llwgyxg il V211 ' ful ' .Z il lf 5 Y. ll . i ., ' .l '24 'l.-5 4 l :fl :fm il. 5' -Ll ,ill l il . i T Ll .C lligfil .lf f' f' if , ,ii .i .gif dfli Elf l il, li l A1 lf.. ill. -l . ,,. ll ,--96? wh hi 5 T' ' f 7 . 9 ww lily . 1, ,A L35 ai ill C. wa iii. .i l l' l Y 1 fl, 1 iii il- Ji l l l :fy .i . 'wi . l n 2 l I l THEODORE BIAXWELL GINSBURG QPAK Philadelphia, Pa. L5 3 I COLLEGE lfxgl Q Phi Mu Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilong Treasurer C415 Vice- President Chess Club C213 Student's llediczll Society. ij EX 134 ' 'I 'N l vial STANTON SAUL GLASER mah ' ii ustani, Y Philadelphia, Pa. ,Nl WHARTON A 1 XVest Philadelphia High School. xl gms, . I Z , .5 l . QWEQ, legs YIILLIAM HENRY GLENN AXA l, I L "Willie.': "Bill'3 A l Q i Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON jll fx, Germantown High'School. Freshman Cross Country, Varsity'Cross Country C23 C335 Captain C4Jg Track l kai Team C11 CZD C35 C4jg Varsity Club. l F, , l if-C NYT KENNETH WRIGHT GLIDDEN AE-'ID Susquehanna, Pa. il. WHARTON i ' Tlx., i ' LEX: Iil,lL. uv in ry! V WN 1 lRv1NG LIVINGSTONE GLONIGER flax It ,N Germantown, Pa. I i"V 3 . WHARTON ' Q Penn Charter. Zelo Play CD5 Mask and Wig CZJ. L, lxll T MAX GOLDBERG f Q "Muncie" il " Philadelphia, Pa. Q . COLLEGE . West Philadelphia High School. Freshman Football. 'xl i ' .ii Y. l wg? . l lg WILLIAM B. GOLDBERG , AEII ix, ' fflsilr' l Xt Louisville, Ky. T WHARTON 3 Louisville High School. Fencing Squad CD C25 C35 ' - ii' C4Jg Freshman Picture Committeeg Vigilance Com- ' N mittee, Chairman Junior Picture Committee, Ivy il l Ball. L., . eg-ix! MYRON S. GOLDMAN 'TEA ,CAR "Mike,, i , 'EQ Fort Wayne, Indiana 'i WHARTON ,ii Culver Military Academy. Iunior Varsity Lacrosse "fix CSD: Punch Bowl C21 C3J C4lg Photographic Editor, ii lx 1928 Recordg Endowment Committee. Q? lag! 'S .i . lilhli . .,., i .-NL,,,LwLe-a,,.m IL.. eiwugill - ez: .:: -ff f-.- ,eff 1 i1Q.QIelf iii' I 1 ' "fi i Page Sixty-six ,.4rf1"f' RALPH M. GOLDSMITH "Goldie,, Scranton, Pa. WHARTON Dormitory Representativeg Lackawanna County Club. WILLIAM HOYT GOODE KAfb Yonkers, N. Y. W1-IARTON Baseball CU, Varsity Rifle Team C32 141. HERMAN S. GOODMAN Scranton, Pa. WHARTON Lackawanna County Club. HOWARD GOODMAN "Howly,', "Goddy,' Newark, New Jersey WHARTON FRANK GORDON Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON EDWARD GOTTLIEB' E A 49 ..Ed,, Philadelphia, Pa. I WHARTON THEODORE R. GOTTLIEB "Ted,,' "Pr0fessor,' Abington, Pa. COLLEGE Avukah Societyg Orchestra. SIDNEY BENJAMIN GOTTLIEB E T fb "Sid," "John', Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IARTON Ivy Ball. 45".i:f-4 ff' ' ---- --- -- ---------- -- - ---4--Mr -f---4--'H -f--'1?"F" " - 'Q-+L? -r -iflzf ' r,'::.i1i::,' 1114... Az,-. VL - Y V --- ' .::'a- .. . ,...m.....-Mar..I.::.,::f,.,, -'-411+--u --JZZC-T--THf.,.11:.'.'7.,.".."7.:::i'.iT'-'ZTLJ' :.T1'1'TTZif,'L',-"'i?".- """'i1,..,a:g,,: .... u..,..', ,Mg -Ja ja K .... .. - . V -K-4 ---- --- - --v---------f- - - - ' : . .:--- -, iff-1:4 :rife , , M111 , ,V ,L 9 , , w . l X , . , . V , , .. , f . ill. liixff -:41219 .L.iQ":, LLLQ ii.:':,3,,.i l.f1'H,1, ,rg-.Q 1 .H+ .L '.f,i'1!i Q, fl -,Q " W '.. l x Page Sixty-seven 1 l Nl' 1 iw ,. rl 51 ix 1 X vm if gl N 1, awk My l Era yi. va QI if If fl gl il Mr fl Ill '1 'I leg, X LR lx E K XT' lx fi ll. l fl xi if E 1.2 T T. VJ A li flll M A 'lr M. I w, 'X Tf Z V v 5 I . "I I. I f.,4I 5 5 I I I ' 'lffii III I' II I I . I I VIII Ilgfl If I I I II I IMI If ll fl It I l l I I IM lg I QI I Xb I I X ,II I I . ,Qi IICIII I II I' 'I I I I II I "YI I II fHEN1IY I:LAY c.:0LfLn Pliilaclelpliia, Pa. WHARTON XYest Philadelphia High School. Crew C13 C23 C435 Third Varsity C535 Spanish Medal C33. '- WILLIAM SWETLAND COULD. JI-. e A X .IBHIH Scranton, Pa. W1-IARTQN Scranton Central High School, Bethlehem Prepara- tory. Lackawanna County Club. D I I I II Rylll I W . I :III 'W QI IPRII IIN I FMIII l I III I. L I I II LI I NI i 1 33 1 QI I I MARCUS H. GOULDING I "Marc" ,, III Ardmore, Pa. Nxl WI-IfxnToN I S 55 ALBERT M. CR.-XFMUELLER. fl'-A 9 I llAl,!! KiFife?7 F Rutherford, N. J. I WHARTON ' Blair Academy. Tennis C135 Varsity C335 Red and Blue Pictorial Board C13 C23 C33 C435 Pennsylvanian Editorial C13 C23 C33 C435 Sophomore Vigilance Com- mitteeg Ivy Ball. Q 1 fx 5. IIE. THOMAS MAC BETH GRAHAM A St. Joseph, Mo. 'fx WHARTON V WILLIAM LINDSAY GRAMER E Z, A E P L X ..Lin,,, UBHIH :sk Carbondale, Pa. COLLEGE Delta Sigma Rho C335 Secretary-T1'easurer C435 Jay- Vee Lacrosse C335 Varsity C435 Varsity Debating C23 C33 C435 Manager Debating C33 C435 Senior Advisorg Phi Kappa Sigma Sophomore English P1-ize5 X Lackawanna' County Club. L ROBERT MILTON GRANAT, Jr. "Bob,,, "Stone" .,' H Lancaster, Pa. B' ' COLLEGE ' Eganklin and Marshall Academy. Cercle Frangais It JEMERSON WELLINGTON GRAVER ll ilEm73 Ihiladelplaia, Pa. WHARTON INI VXfest Philadelphia High School. Endowment Com' I mittee C13. QI' 6 I5 5 ' A I I ' I Page Sixty-eight f my 1 ' ' ,qafm . L. ---ma-rf XX .ff ff .fr '13-'3":'f,mi,' 3" 'i' - X . ,-'if'f'41., on 1-1 'Q Q -- "" 4 X ff ,- X. -. A , A 4?-" f Q' Y. N . .. Rf., 7. ,,,. .MW V.. I Kr ,iff-'QQ , Y .. Eh' J" l 1 f ' W.-im ,mv .-afmamm-.fnqfw-raw-.-1-.wer wfmvrrf-V-A ,X in f A ROLAND FRANKLIN GREENAWALT "Walz', Huntingdon Valley, Pa. WHARTON HERMAN NATHAN C-REENBERG Philadelphia, Pa. VV!-IAIITON JOHN M. GREENE B 9 II Sayville, N. Y. WHARTON Freshman Track. Varsity C25 C35 HD. NICHOLAS HERKIMER GREENE "Nick" Bronxvillc, N. Y. WHAHTON iwfmber of Winning Crew, St. Pau1's Cup Race, 1926 2 . ELIHU A. GREENHOUSE Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON JOSEPH D. GREENSTEIN "Joe," "Greenie,' Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE RUSSELL C. GRIFFITH A X P uchicxs rccgrigrs Kingston, Pa. WHARTON Freshman Crew Squad C115 Iunior Annals, Circula- tion Board C335 1928 Record, Associate Pictorial Editorg Junior Smoker Committeeg Luzerne County Club, Secretary CZJ UD. ELWOOD GRIFFITHS flGriH7! Sharon Hill, Pa. WHARTON ,,f7s.n,..l-.-, ,-,,-,-,AU L, M, gm, M, WMM,-,, ..,.,,.. ,,.- --s. .. ...,.,. , Wim , , , Eirrclfg-ga--w,,,,.,.3f:---Ani,--1-,gflvf-5133---yr-'-- W- - -W 'W'-ff'-v ' - --"' ' '- '- r' "-ff 'H' M' ' f ' -,gli T3 ': ,-'- -4. L,- ,M .Y ,. Page Sixty-nine .1 is i iq.: l lr-M M gi LL: N 2 .rl X lllxsi is .ff":.',-:rT1.'.f -.-nw r , W . I, ,. -., I .L1,f-.1:,g,-'y1:?-ff-:f- - ---- fm 1-1+ - ff- - . . . ,. ' 1 :jr 'f 1-.,. W ii li 5 ill xii- n., V L if 5 mr XN ? . x A .e., .. ,, ,, 5' his X NT lr x . ,X N be CN. 'I .ir , 1 I. . ll if ax ij Nr l v' w 1' I J! Ixlb if Nl ix! i ? L- I Nl 3? :Sf ,. li X., 1. 5 gxkxh w' N V. l Qlczfp . .W 3 X. I l l i r r X e 'L W L if JN n rx X Ji 1 A. ,l 'x wif J f f qv E xr? :X Eu ia W 31 I. Ji lvl'i1" -RS .- ., 4-I .r:..-, , . L t I W3 if JOSEPH IRA CRIMES Z B T "foe" I ll Denver, Col. il ' WHARION NX lVcntworth Military Academy. EAC, 4- I, 3 1 , wi ' WILLIAM T. HAOERTY 415K :Q ig UBHV, 7 Xu Clearfield, Pa. WHARTON l 3 X "gi Clearfield High School. Vice-President Senior Class. ii l 'tif In it Y lS'QKgl ge' N it ,aa Ig THEODORE NOEL HAINES I 'PBX Q tw 'fTed', A 1' Clenside, Pa. WN Q1 I COLLEGE X' XM Stamford High School, Germantown High School. IES NP Cross Country C455 Cercle Francais Society C355 E Tlieoclelphiaii Society C355 President C453 University f Camp! Secretary C45. I l 5, . f EDWARD WILLIAM HAKE AT, fIDKB ,lf-X K ca as XIX . Ed . :EYE Philadelphia, Pa. I I 2,5 gg WHARTON li Hi XVest Catholic High School. Sphinx Senior Societyg I Q Varsity Football C15 C25 C35 C453 Captain C15 C455 I Varsity Lacrosse C25 C35 C455 Boxing C253 Cane Man. N 1 Dkj Sl VX 'Hi' . EDWARD EVERETT HALE AXA li 9 "Www QI, Cleveland, Ohio filg- COLLEGE I ZF, Baylor Military Academy. 1928 Recordg Cleveland , Club. ' if l It I VROBERT ARTHUR HALLER 9 X, B 1' E It Jig? srBob:s Erie, Pa. U will WHARTON I Central High School. Social Service Committee C453 l xl Zelosophic Society C35 C453 Swimming Squad C35. QNX l X .N-.aj .M I Y UR WINSLOW N. HALLETT E X, II II E ? f-Ch "U7in,' All I? Arden, Del. I wks, COLLEGE I I XVesttow11 Friends' School, XVilmington Friends' I l School, Sophomore Scholastic Honors. I l NX I .1 --Q 'ii JOHN L. HALLSTROM E Z I' Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON ' Ii NX ie Hz. Ng f TLV I -1" ff 14:1-.+f e4'.-T-l-'Rafi-..w efsatfifif-ff?'1fPi31'5j3?5.24l5.sf'-iiiriff f - . . C H SI ' fl ' jiiir'ii'QL121"'.fggi '.y' 755735343 I- . . I I . Ll fill I I , I ll Ig lg l ll llgsilllyf Page Seventy .'!:.5,-5,5 . , f Y, ,J Q- ,, , f riff- .,::f-,ff,.l+. was. . . ef. . ' i -- I V. 'Aix' if-"Qi-f?"3' "1 ' L 1' " H'?"'4 ii':ff?'f:fff2-'?.A,rfil"' V .- -5 ,vf.'C-.f,.f:-.-.-1--fel-Yi-seam?-,-.-ff.12::f222HEf--ff:ffff- 1' ff:-1:-ffm.. ..1-man.-Qi-1-,fee--rr-1-f '-g',,A ' e r . , ' r, ,. Ffff:Tg:Apjg :.:L':,.1-1 , ,-,, :Y 1 WHARTON West Philadelphia High School. Third Varsity Crew C255 Junior Varsity C35g Boxing Team C455 Junior Annals C355 Ticket Committee, Junior Prom. N. -M Q -. an r llfl .I OE WESTON HAMILTON HT..W if 5 H Philadelphia, Pa. . It l lil lf' C35' Senior Blazer Committee' Ivy Ball , -l 1 1 - l AA l V l l of l C "l ap lr!-ll l l ll ll lllgfll . I . fir 'QC' O I l ll ll 51' E, 2. l l l ll 5 ll l lf all ,aaa Cii, :2 all in-,Ql ll all ll l l gl a lla hll l l l ll l v 'l w l ul l lllj' VW if ll al ll f l lf C Tl! , .5 ffl -lf' l ll . t, D . 1-5 ,, . l ll .4 lla? Cel l ll' lil , to lzail l ll l 4 Q 1. l l ,l l. ,His in gig 7 T' El 'L lL' l l ,,-C ll lei' Hg-, , A, --1 .. , -rl-3.2. .,. ,i .,,..-.. , . WILLIAM H. HAMILTON fl' K T rcBillsr Norwood, Pa. Moomz Chester High School. Track Squad C25 C35 C45: American Institute of Electrical Engineers C25 C353 President C459 President, Radio Club C25: Men About Towne Club: Engineer's Show C25 C35 C45. VCWILLIAM AARON HAND HPud,!3 KKROHSH Cape May, N. J. WHARTON Cape May High School. Business Board Iunior Annalsg Junior Prom. Committee, Love Feast Com- mittee Cl5g Ivy Ball. GEORGE CARSON HANNA, I r. "Hanlon Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Frankford High School. Der Deutsche Vereing Le Cercle Francaisg Classics Cluhg Frankford, High School Club. V JOHN HANNA Milford, Pa. Milford High School. WHARTON RALPH STEWART HARRINGT ON Aidan, Pa. WHARTON Lansdowne High School. 5Vharton School Honors C3 . ALEXANDER G. HARRIS "Bucky" Upper Montclair, N. J. Acacia WHARTON P,eddie, Montclair High School. Aviation Club C453 Band C355 Iilask and VVig Show C153 Mask and VVig Troupe C15 C25 C35. NORMAN HARRIS CCNorm57 Scranton, Pa. V WHAHTON Scranton Central High School. Lackawanna County Club C15 C255 Treasurer C353 Vice-President C45. ....---...fl ff ..-,.,,, W ..-....e e1..... -ar -:Hi A -. ,. I 'fivz-t rp- 1--' gf, -'--rw------.v --nn Y "W . .f' ' ' ' ' ' Page Seventy-one .,. l KIA l v .W ,. V., l v. -f..,. ll l l it ill. ll' 55. iilfffm l' ll li ll,,E1Cl l 'Nl U. lhiii f l lg ll i,.ll W lt- ll ll WL tl I 'l wg l Q ll ll r 'Cixi fp: ll l ll ll l All 5 ...X-xl , l.,ll. EN an l l ll il 'lf if l 39 ll ll ll l X, W1 l R J- .I ., ... ,Y -' l mi ', l'C.I, . :F ", "5 l l l ll ll ll 'l 'N ll Q S Elf llflf ll ll H' l will ll li .l Fl, ll 'lf ll":,,! 7, ll li' 1 . 1 rl C l lla l ll -N ll I C . . TX-, - i--51 ,, - -.7,.....1. -.., 5 SEYMOUR HENRY HARRIS E T 'P llSi!7 New Haven, Conn. WHRXRTON Crew Squad C135 Iunior Cane Committeeg Glee Club 113 C235 Cercle Francaisg Primatic Clubg Member American Academy of Political and Social Scienceg Senior Luncheon Committee. x, THOMAS W. HARRIS ATA "Tom" ' Salt Lake City, Utah WHARTON Sophomore Yigilaiicel Committeeg Cheer Leaderg Senior Dormitory Advisor. EDWARD HARSHAW, Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Track C13 C23 C33 C435 Sight Reading Greek Prize. iv I MGC, liiiliwfiil . , M if il ,T .D gi 25 N i N v-A T 1 , it VW' N I5 W lauy 5: Q2 Aix .Rf 5? I i 'Q il" F xr 3 i VN' xr tg 51 "Q-i . i J rl Bs iw it T si. '21, w YN: i A i 1 I fix S V25 I W5 . 1 1.5 WALTER B. HART KK ' 55 T i Walt 1,5 Ni Philadelphia, Pa. A 'RY COLLEGE g' TSR Editorial Board, Iunto C33 C435 Philomathean Society I If f C33 C435 President, University Dramatic Club C33. ff li T Fx L . ' 'A ML Q? ' f, ' ll 5 l ri i F. NORMAN HARTMAN 2 z lb A 5 "Norm" QQ ' Toledo, Ohio lzwrrxg A WHARTON ,RTWQH l g qi il if F N 1 fi. 1, LXLOUIS HENRY HARTMANN -'touieif R55 5: . 35 Trenton, N. J. L 5 'Qu ARCH. I l. HN, , K N HILLARD ARTHUR HASENKAMP ii! 4fHill,1: uHaZs: ,xl Philadelphia, Pa. 3, 33 3 WHARTON . 5 Q .1 ll l T MILTON HENRY HAUSMAN EAU l unlickyss 4aMikers I Aix-X Bridgeport, Conn. COLLEGE E Baseball Squad C135 Iunto C335 Advertising Manager i' 6 C435 Plqture Committee C235 Committee Junior Prom. -A It . Decorationsg Banquet Committee C335 Secretary of 5 1 5 Class C435 Ivy Ball. X, . Cl 'f'--'r -e5,r -Y - ' -X ff-V-T---V-Y k f ---'- -3-A-----4 ...... .-..-.-.A...-..-.--w-.-.--,,,fix- "! Qi VRS, Page Seventy-two ,ix J, 1 fclxlf' --54-R1-"""f??xi?i'.SE5VT5iiigf3x'i W iii! ii ii I 'f ' ' 'ii' :'i"fI:i'-ii X . ' - 4QA -f -V,-.-I1 - f.V. -. 2.--l..,..-.... 'rm-' -,..RhNm,t,y-, .,Y,,, V -W ,W-g m ,Y 1 A A ,f lg- '1 f ee ' il dill WILLIAM MAX HAUSSMANN il il Fox Chase, Pa. 7 ll i L rXRCHI'l'liCTURE in li il , Lf: Jenkintown High School. Hi l 2,!:52i L XA 15, N33 li li A il- fm: 'fl l as C l in 4 ll M ARTHUR RAWSON HAVEN 1 , i I la: ll . "Aran NJ f il- Llanerch, Pa. ' I Y li A .Ji WHARTON Q83 I JQVWI Haverford High School. Golf Team C15 C25 C35 C45, ,iggxi fl l We ' , 1 L l I i ' l 'f' Fil ll. ,Wi 1-X l f-J I W 3' 'flu' 2' Wx, 2 lfii il WILLIAM B. HAYVKINS l 'N' 'F ll "Bill" 1 ER! Bridgeton, N. J. wx: 1 ii 5' WHARTON Til Bridgeton High School. Musical Club C15 C25 C35 XX? Q, ,2,.Jf. H C435 Band C15 C25 Cay C459 Orchestra up C25. .fv,lkQ . 4' J l - 'wilt cl 1 l ,L I L 'iffy A l SYLVAN HEILBRUNN CIW E A Q' KYQN in S- ' cs i ' l. i1 gl,P"'4 i DOC , gm 'A lf ll A J -A C' N ' eleey lty, . J. My 1 WHAIKTON l Dickinson High School, Rifle Team C353 XVrestling A l l mf, X Squad C155 Gym Squad C25. Tlx X! 1 l 1 ,f , l' N l 5.55 milf l L , l J l i4 LAWRENCE HEILPRIN iN i M45 ii' aL 'Q i' N. X' 1 arry' Wx fi IPhi1adelphia,Pa. Wi ll' fn' ll W1-IARTON ' l gk ii il I l li Mx 1 T L 4 Az' -E l THEODORE A. HENDERSON ' A ii. fc 5 P4 Z1 Taunggyi, Burma ' 1 ' COLLEGE Xi V ,L W if ' V X f 7 I l i YK, 1' El. NP ,fi I .gi if X A lfxi 4 L i' ii lvl I i EDWARD MATTHEW HENNESSY K5 W i C "Three Staff, "Mike,,' "Ed" ANN 3 El " , N. Y. i li 59351 mua W1-IARTON 'LH E Elmira, Free Academy. Sphinx Senior Societyg i i Assistant Manager Basketball C35g Manager C453 i l l l 1 Treasurer, Sphinxg Chairman Sophomore Banquet ' l 1 Committeeg Newman Club. H' X U i f WALTER GERARD HENSEL AIIE, AXE, lil-.iw C Q ill T B I1 F f 41' I sz ' sa 1, f- 1 Waldo 'f1v,wf, gfl Q if Memhanwiile, N. J. A v QW Q ki TOWNE il, il C l . l Camden High School. Fencing C25 C35 C459 Edith lg l N ljllffi L. Merrick Prize in Biusicg Cercle Francais C15 C253 if'-.N l ' " Camden Clubg Philomathean Society C35 C455 Priestley '-5 K club up C25 gap C455 Scales society gap fly, Glee 5, .gy Q, li if-'il Clull C15 C25 cap 443. chapei organist. , if of-gl 5 . . ' Y Zi?,g,f",iIR , , Y , A Y A., "- ....--..-...Y- ..... - Q-....--.--. --...-...-...,-..f1 - . .. .4 , I , L --,' li..i,. i L.. ,. .f-'Rl . if ' fgirl' Exim? Eff" 557535 TTT? mff?'?47l i153 :rf-'Z iilliffl lfflll lf", Y' lfvli-in " - . li! fell MSL law? riff al gig. gggd Zfflglll lliilall l:Qi5Qg:,A L ii: .41 Page Seventy-lhree REUBEN HEHZFELD ff' E TI "Rube" NVQ-st Point, Ga. COLLEGE lYesr Point l-ligh School. Punch Bowl, Editorial lionrrl C25 C15 C45. UHFINLEY BAIRD HESS AT, B 1' E "Red,' . Uniontown, Pa. I NVHARTON hlereershurg Academy. Pennsylvanian Editorial Board. MARCUS HIGCINBOTHAM, III. KKHigg3,,55 K6Maj0r57 Bradley Beach, N. fl. WHARTON Asbury Park High School. BENNETT MARCUS HIRSH fl' E A "Ben," "Hershey" Jacksonville, Fla. WHARTON Duval High School. Lacrosse C155 Varsity Lacrosse C35 C45- ' GEORGE REEVES HIRST HA E Pitman, N. I. , WHARTON Glassboro High School. WALTER EDWARD HOFFMAN AT "Beef" Norfolk, Va. WHARTON South Orange High School. Varsity Football C455 jay-Vee Football C25 C355 Freshman Football C155 Business Board, Red and Blue C25 C35 C455 Vigilance Committee C255 Varsity Club C455 Chair- man, Senior Smoker Committee. ISRAEL LEO HOFFMAN "Lee" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON South Pliilziclelphia High School. MILTON L. HOFKIN AEII Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Freshman Teunisg Varsity Tennis C25 C35 C455 Minor Sports Varsity P C455 Chairman, Senior Blazer Com- iiiiggze C455 Pennsylvania State Junior Tennis Title o er. Y. K. -. ...--.i.--.!.t-X """'i ' ' W' ' C ' ' ' """ """"'-"""""" i'r"l, 1.-.i.,,,,,L W. , . , ,, ., f'.....n .' " get:-TH' msg,- .X V V W Y W , W - . W. 5 Y , 5, I V5 H Page Seventy-four wa X ly 5'i..3k,,Zi5l l.1,i,3!5.ij i 1' X A .1 1 f' 1 9 X, S1 T F1 il ,-I 1 .1 111 1l,1 1 1 1l l 141 if '1 l1 11 l 1 511 lj L ,"1 1 -1 1 1l11 vl .5 ' 1,1 1,15 3 An . f 11: willy MLM U32 ,fa l ,. 1 l 11 ll 1 M f gf' 11 1 w fi A 171 -1.- fi -1 if ll X. W1 1 1 Nl 'Af .ao l ... V 1 J li? W ,1 ' 11 ll 12 f-4 0, vl fr Il., 'il i 331 41? v l l ,ll ll1 11 ,1 1, .-1 N 1 1,1 fail 111 T1 ',1 51 I 1 ,Ml 11 1 1 1 .-1 Q. . il 1 lf .1 WARREN W. HOLLAND Philadelphia, Pa. VV!-IARTON RUSSELL FRANKLIN I-IOLZ "Russ" Cernizintown, Pa. WHARTON Fresliruan Cross Countryg Northeast High School Club C33 HJ. JOSEPH JOHNSTON HOOTAN Montclair, N. .I. AncH. Secretary of the Arcliitectural Society OU, BENJAMIN HOROWITZ "'Benny," "Ben" Philadelphia, Pa. 1 NVHAIKTON Deans, List, Soccer CD3 Central High School Cluli CD5 Ivy Ball. GEORGE VREELAND HORTON A E fi? ffszfmv Laurel, Delaware WHARToN Business Board, Pennsylvanian C2j C35 C455 Pictorial Manager, Pennsylvaniau C413 Senior Smoker Commit- tee 1 lABRAHAM S. HOTTEL, J1-. Quakertown, Pa. NVHARTON FLOYD ISAAC HUDSON Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Hand Ball 137g Cercle lfrancaisg Band. .IOSEPH W. HUCGINS KA Dowington, Pa. W1-uI1T0N Page Seventy-five fx N1 T XI. A, , 1 P1 1" 1 l 1 s y . X 1 1 1 NX -1 1 llw ll lwlx 1 lx 211, 11 x ll 1, 1 l l XHX lll lf Xxx ll11 li ,l 1 1.5 l :Y 1l' 1 Xl -1 1'1l1 .l11ll 1 U 11 fll11 Nl bs .111 lfll ' .N , -fix E ,ls , f" - 8x4 -UA-Tit wg '15, .. J Ji: l- A- V - H- - -,., .i .J---,.....,f ..::-...s ,le W- -- .-- -' ...:.gr:,T::'::-:xg-sr: , , . .-w-r:r.- .na-,I ii,Z..7,1, x i....f o Ria qw? 'E .. My ug yi N Fr HORACE HENRY HUGHES gl - 'l Xi Haddon Heights, N. J. LQ 1. COLLEGE I. it 'QQ Haddon Heights High School. -1. QM. F J 3'gi tsl 1 .-. 3 - . 'I LEONARD LeGRANDE HUNTER AE flf, Z .: I 1 f X it H 'H l Len 'NMI I Charlotte, N. C. Q 'xx ARCHITECTURE QE gy Charlotte High School. Architectural Societyg Uni- ,CMAQ versity of North Carolina. fits' e ll M il .Nl , ICN gy WARREN L. HUNTER A TQ East Orange, N. J. ' 3 U WHAIRTON -. I 1 Blair Academy. Blue Key Society C35 C4jg Assistant lltwxl Manager Boxing C355 Associxte Manager C4Dg Blazer If -X Committee C425 Chairman, Interfraternity Ball Com- Sv mittee C4D. , l 'qi FRANK CLIFFORD HUTCHINSON A X A, B I' 2 Narberth, Pa. 1 WI-IARTON ' Lower Merion High School. Junto Business C33 C455 f Wfharton News C435 Board of Governors, Wfharton RX .Nl Y "I ts? T Association C4j. lx 1 X 'N Ar. X: I 'Ale ROBERT C. HUTCHINSON, Jr. AEC? ' , nrcyss I XX l Stonehurst, Pa. , NN WIIARTON I kv A Vifest Philadelphia High School. Senior Smoker 'Wh 71 Committee. I l 'Q 5 l fi! WILLIAM DEMAREST HUYLER ri KA NWN ugillss East Orange, N, J. . WHARTON I fb Assistant Manager Wrestling C353 Manager C453 l l , Penniman Bowl Committee CD5 Flour Fight Come ' , M mittee C2lg Senior Blazer Committee CIO. NX m NX . WAV JOHN WENTROTH HYLAND fIf1'A HE' Lansdowne, Pa. WHIXIITON I, ls i X X AZ, . at 3 FRANK PAUL INGENITO NC Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION K if Kg . Q 5, 'L' i If iQT12QffQ.X1iQQ:5- .... A I.AI.II iiix I - -5 f--- 7 fplifiif .:,. " N . IL .fy 1 I . it jLl.il-filiil :ell IRM siail Emi IFN?-l Page Seventy-six ly-ffl:-. Af- 11i.:Ns'I: b fgrzie- 'f .r CJJ rr' I..I T: I' 3 - L.-.-L, " ' K -iff: ' S' Q If'f1'f' TBS, .L I ,I W 1- -'viii-'-fx-Egg-L, V---W - if --' -2-l, liLa -T H--f.--Lv. f --- v -H v -. H . , , . . I I I I I I I .II I II ' P L I I H III I O I 'S' WNW I 'Ig Q I ' Igg, I I EDWARD SIMMONS IRISH AT I 4:1111 WI ccNed,n npopas Y 3, I ll ff II Brooklyn, N. Y. ?. ,I I I I ,I WHARTON I' I , I IXWTI Sphinx Senior Societyg Franklin Societyg Squash Il, QI Q--il Racquetsg Manager Lacrosse C155 Red and Blue C25 .I' E Q25 II C35 C45, Editor-in-Chiefg Pennsylvanian, Editorial II' I, C15 C25 C359 Business Manager, Freshman Hand- 'H I I ,.5,4fI'IqI book C355 Chairman, Penniman Bowl C153 Chairman, Isp, .1 IIWI Sophomore Banquetg Junior VVeelc, Steering Com- I' Ifegf II I mitteeg Interfraternity Ball Committee C25 C35 C453 I III II I QI' Ivy Ball. III II I' II 'LII II II II f Ei I. I I , E II HENRY E. JACKEL .fro I I " JI "Jack" ljjggu I 54" 'I Philadelphia, Pa. TI If I W1-IARTON I I . II I VI II .Im III II nfwf' EI! MKII I. A455 I N' .I IH I .f I-I II I XJIJOHN W. JACKSON I II II I I II Washington, D. C. I I. I I' I WI-IARTON I II I ff' Rifle C155 Social Service Committee. IW'-XII I I I lil?-L 'II I A ,I 1 "ICI II II FREDERICK J. JANSSEN III I uFredsx fy Camden, New Jersey I j Exe if COLLEGE I I IIA! Camden High School Club C15, Vice-President C25, '52, Hp Treasurer C35, President C453 Scales Society C455 'I 'QM ZKI ' Glee Club C25 C35 C455 Chorus 'APinafore" C25, I I I I "1SI1kado" C35, "Hades, Inc." C45. ' I I I I ,I I,I If I? III I I lb I, C -I XI. I, iikfs If . I I I 1 I IIQ , I I ' I I THOMAS WADE JARBOE A2112 ' fgjnl El "Tem,,' "Twump" C. II F Kansas City, Mo. IITIUNI I , II WHARTON 'IEW IIVI I Ivy 13311. Mg! "I II I 'AEI I IJ II I ,f IN, I Ifrf I I 'Ni I I -I - DANIEL JASPAN A2-I 'I I II York, Pa. I I COLLEGE ,I ' II II I fwf I I XXI .LL . 1 'yr' Q .I , Il.-Lil .II-ff I I - . , I . IR. iI I I I I ' , I' II-I I I I I II I IIN I I If if GEORGE WAITE JAYNES If JCI Syracuse, N. Y. 'I .ii TI I I WHIXRTON IIV'iI1IIqi.,',qI I I I I I N I I I I I 'I Iiflliiri I. I ' I IGI I Xa: I 1.4 IIA III I II HARRY JOSEPH JENEMANN IN'IIiI,,gI II I II Phiiaaelphia, Pa. I I II I I h WHARTON II II ' ,I,I.9I Mask and Wig smgmg chorus cap mp. Ip, I I W? - I 'I I' 'Q I -, ,I ':7'V iq K5 ihn Vi ..-V --. X I ':i::i:iT' lf iff , I 'SsI',' I' ffxi if-Qlg,jIE.LII Igge-.4 CHQ 2,,3.5QIf f,1Q,,I .HS .QQQV ij, ,HQ -f QVQII QQIKIIA ' II vlffj '.-. .I If! ' 'I , . I Page Seventy-seren HARRY JOHANSEN AT Brooklyn, N. Y. XVHARTON Lacrosse ISD HD. THOMAS DOUGLAS JOHNSON V KE Decatur, Ill. J 'Vit . J X. . yy Q. lm , ll Q . 2 1? u J: H-ll V l l, Va. iff, 1 v W if J . I . px-JJ 1 ll. X2 J ' .N--Ng LA' jXlA ,jp ' f 71 T Lt Y - WHARTON 2PfQfbxf, wi li JNJ ll' N ei HQ '95, -:l V' THOMAS JEFFERSON JOHNSON E X bl J .,T0m,, M Pittsburgh, Pa. lyk? WHAHTON I' Q, Mercersburg Academy. Swimming Team CZJ C315 ilgrlix Captain CU CSU. J W W J all J sv,'ROBERT WORTHLINE JOHNSTON OX 'l HBOIJU Philadelphia, Pa. 'gif WHARTON Q' ll li, lVe5t Philzide1p11ia High School. Crew C11 C23 C31 1 ' l C453 Endowment Committee CD5 Christian Associa- V, J ' tion Drive CZJ. It ll 7 1 ,JM it -vi XC ilgflx I - . :J J l J I X. OARYL JONES A343 7 South Charleston, W. Va. 4z,,qXiKi WHARTON gy? li W! ' 5 it J ll txlii 1' E JAMES DILLER JONES EA Ithan, Pa. r TOWNE 5 J Nl , 3 Emil 1 Jing! l my l1lERMAN JOSEPH JORDAN AXA ' Wilxllington, Del. I 1 WHARTON H Cologne, Germany. Crew CD3 Varsity C255 Jay-Vee I 1 ll C33 C435 XVatex' Polo Varsity C335 Varsity Clubg J President German Club CZD. W I , :JN J V JOHN E. JOSEPH gig .joan WF? Cincinnati, Ohio llull WHARTON 1 1 lj St. Vincent High School. Golf C355 Senior Blazer 'KJ ll , Committeeg Ohio Club. Hull fi lit 'K 'F' X" Zjtifl ,jo i'CqE f'L'WY?w A if .AEI 3 X V 7r Tfgfglgm' VQ2',,A-,L Y Q ,, J J Q J J ' ii golf? 5 LU? 'ggfrj Page Seventy-eight 5 6P- .ip CU SAMUEL J OSEPH . I H , 'L Paterson, N. J. l ix ' 5 A ll I WHARTON 3 ilyqyl. P2ltel'SOl1 High School. f'1ea'?? if will Vlflinll if j ll ii: I Q ii Ii 3 1 ll it .., ijiflifii DAVID EDMUND KABNICK .PEA 4' Sea Cliff, N. Y. i, f COLLEGE l fl' K lx VY? Mil i - SIDNEY S. KADIN K N X lf' ' ,J X V lk' Sid 1 New York, N. Y. iv WHYXRTON il 'Jgj High School of Commerce. Punch Bowl C21 C31, 'Q 2 Advertising Manager C414 Franklin Societyg Steering 'l Committee, Ivy VVeelC. It l l lg? X19 EDWARD KAISER Ks '53 .Af Phila delphia, Pa. ff! WHARTON fl' i South Philadelphia High School. Track Squad C311 IJ 5 Cane Committeeg Picture Committee. ' i Al A? 3 . Q12 if' ' ii NATHANIEL GEORGE KANRICH IIA fb ! 14Nate,s9 uBeckyu Jn New York, N. Y. V WHARTON gg J High School of Commerce. Track C11 C21 C31 C415 Mi Wfrestling C11g Pennsylvania Discus Record, Metro- 'politan Champion and Record Holderg Smoker C113 Penniman Bowl, Banquet C115 Vigilance C21g Dra- I jf matic Society C11 C21 C31. hifi 1 'C Kd ASHER KANTOR 3' 'V-1 r:Ashas i Newark, N. J. . i WHARTON i bfi? Central High School. Freshman Lacrosse. hifi 3 vmirfifi fi ' lm A I M14 MURRAY STUART KAPLAN New York, N. Y. iff I COLLEGE 519.1 Mox'1'is High School. Varsity Swimmin.g C21 C31 C41. I I H: fi ,yifl " ffm A ' ARNOLD M. IQASHOWITZ if "Kash" Q ji pg New York, N. Y. 3 li COLLEGE gi',ft'f,f DeiXV.itt Clinton High School. Scrub Football C215 5" W "1 Varsity C31 C41g Varsity Club. . Y' ' 1 1' Q 1 .Q .N M A 1 Page Seventy-nine i X Nl 11. fi 1 v l tv i Q.. .AF T Vi . .C 5 5 me L., C. W. 1 i im iw I ir, T gl v I wx. is L . ifi L. A gli their fi l I N P x lm BW PZ 5C ii H. iii, 1 tr, il l' X .U Ll ii .. i. it r l r -4 fl. ' : 5x ,fax X R. . - - rp -B- -.Hx .4 1- . , Xx"'i11::f- -AR -' -i 1 i .. -.V.-xghk . v-.,- ixln. 4 , , -, - -- -5 H-. .4 -L.. ,. . . fs.. 3 N. V 1 i i A E ' "lik fifix RNS?-i . -1' GEORGE T. KATTERMANN 1: A fl, I "Heiney ' , ii Dover, N. J. l l WHLSRTON Nix Dover Iligh School. ,i ,XX T 2 ll 1 Q Y ' .r l J. I T IRVINO ISRAEL KATZ Qgx Pl 'l d lphia, Pa. . N H a e COLLEGE Kiwi Ivy Ball. 'il ' i i rl l sqfxl " lgffxi l i Ni ALEXANDER KATZIN ' i pl Philadelphia, Pa. ' 5' Q COLLEGE Lf N4 .1 S I-. UA, xl . Mk X 1 ll lil l J. HAROLD KAUFFELD g N, Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION X' N A Northeast High School. Schleicher Prize CZJ. i l K . 5- XX M35 i T . QX T l IRA KAUFMAN WEA X 1' New York, N. Y. ll? ok WIIAIRTON "KV fl New York Military Academy. XXWQLQ .XX X , I ll V iixlx i JEROME H. KAUFMAN N. .. ,, T. All Bud i Philadelphia, Pa. ' X Af' WH ON T ' Northeast High School. Crew C15 C25 C305 Ivillgall. 'N X . 1 X YNY . XX X .X X llx MAURICE KEAN I X 'Q "Maury', ji H Ei Philadelphia, Pa. Eh E WHARTON f 'gi VVest Philadelphia High School. Senior Luncheon Committee. li :ix X ., 'N MONTGOMERY BURR KEIM R 11 2 8.73553 as - ,ss 4: .ss ' ' ' 2' Kenny , Dustel NX Collingswood, N. J. ' WHARTON H 1 Collingswood High School. Board of Governors, XVhartou Associationg Scholastic Honors C13 C23 C3D. . 9 Bl . , ,D 'Ylf ----fl-'mmmr-f-.Tsm--mm .... M .i--. rvmiii ii'.i' i7'i'i?rH li-ill gi? A 7- YM' Page Eighty Y - -'-----'- --- --1.-N -Hue-. ,Y,- ' II . .V rs-. ... CII 'IL1 K I II 6 II. 1 Ili 1' 1 ,4'fI11N 1111 1 J ,I 11 11 I if Ek. riff. 41 fi if E41 jf ,251 YE ff X, ,. 'o aI I1 X! "1-F 1- ,f. ew-1-Y--H-if. fn-.,-.--f..-,i1,..7..--.-.1r.-......-1. 1' . 1. II - ,iiffie V-::.,.""'-fr' :1.-'PL' Ii ' fi- 1 ii:-.C , 71- j . .1 gg-.pf ' .1 . - --1 -1 H-V --4-5 V ,,.:.,,-.-- VI.- 1 21381, 1, VV Q V I --.ix 1:11-:'.1, 111,211 , ,. '1..S:"' -1- 11 . 1 II ew 1 jd 1:3-",,,,,,-.11 V . .V-rg., . 1. .- . .. 4 ...4e.... 1-f-f--fe- - ---1.4 1 . .1 . 11 . ' ' ' C- , .1 1 ,, A--Y 1 - -----A---AE..-., :JEAN - -..,, ,J,,,.-, .1 , ff' ffi -1'fT?5'fE?---'.SEI? Qi, 1 rj rf 55, f':?iiF:?FfF?EH6112-E'-"i 1 -"-' --+ET- ,i 1- E1 -' ' ', " "I .S . Wig... Y, ,Y ARTHUR DICKSON KEMP :aA7,tyss Philaclelphia, Pa. 1 TOWNE Philadelphia Central High School. Scabbard and Blzicleg-Captain and Adjutant R. O. T. C, C455 Society of Military Engineersg Civil Engineering Society. f, I1 1 CIVILLIAM RUDOLPH KESSLER EZ L! Newark, N. J. DENTISI, JACKSON PLATT KETCHAM "Jack," "Keith" Poughkeepsie, N. Y. . ARCHITECTURE Poughkeepsie - High School. Architectural Society C453 Hexagon Senior Society C453 Punch Bowl Art Board C455 Pennsylvania Triangle Art Editor C35 C453 Art Board, 1928 Recordg Secretary Architect- ural Class C353 President, Student Body Association of Fine Arts School C453 Chairman Lighting Com- mittee, Architectural Pageant C353 Poughkeepsie Club C15 C25 C35 C45. JOHN DAVIS KING Z fl? E "1 ohnnyi' Erie, Pa. . WHARTON Academy High School. Associate Editor, 1928 Recordg Erie Club C15 C25 C35 C45g Assistant Man- ager Lacrosse C355 Manager C45. GEORGE PAUL KINGSTON KE Elmira, N. Y. WHARTON Ivy Ball, IRWIN KINS Newark, N. J. WTHARTON South Side High School. ' GEORGE DAVID KLINE "Klinee" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON XVes'r Philadelphia High School. RICHARD ELLIOT KLINE ssDiCk,v uEaSyu New York, N. Y. XVHARTON George Washington High School. Crew Squad C25 C35 C453 Junior Prom. Committee C355 Newman Cluh. I I . 1 .. . ,,,-, I1 I-,.,:,. I 1 1 1 ,111 1 1 sn 1 1 I E - '1 T ' 1 ' 135'-'1 I' .MI '11 I - 11 --I . 1. ' .I -W 1 'I .1 ' N . 1 . 1 1-,Tl fllgf.. 1 Q44' T715 Ur. '. . .' 1- 1 I 17.1, .f " 'K' . 1 Q ' - I 1 ' I i 1 Page Eighty-one , . .. .. .11-rfwf-.-ememfw if-,-:m.q,--H VH- --::g-:L .- -,, -Y-A 'Q Wi - 1 1. II ,I II .I II 1:5 11 I1-I' 1 4. fix k, 1 1,fl1P,5 1 1 I 1 I IEA. I I Ie - 11' X- I 1 TI 'IIQI II 1 ix IW. 1 ' 11 1 1 II'11 1, I1 .ff . 1 1 I 1 X or I II III' "I .l. III IIN 1' , ,1 It N,1i1 Ubi I Qs .K I II, 1 I 11 I 11 1 IH lztx 'ss : .Q I ' lx ' I I 17, to it IFN EI :Ri I I N. X51 EI F1 .11 ,II tx' I 1 x, I A is Y sl I 1 11 I 1 1 I II ' NC I 11 we , I II I If 1 IX X I IS 1 1 'A I 441.1 X1. 1 . 11 .Nl IW . I II I 1 L-- 5 11 11-21- IF 1 I W. IIII CII' C 3 111 11 II I 1 1 ,II 4 1 1 -1 I5 1 I- -' . xl I1 'ai IIIII. 1 I III 1K1 I I "Q 1 1.-L ' I1 1 I 11 1 '15, I 1 19. 1 111 I 1-. -4,1 I1 11 .I 1 I if . I 1 I I 1 1 I1 I KOREJI KODAMA Tokyo, Japan WHARTON ARTHUR EDWARDS K OHN Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTOE Senior Picture Committee. FRANCIS DAVID KONICSBERC ' TA4' New York, N. Y. WHARTON X' THEODORE L. KOOS EZ w, lcTed:s Dover, Ohio W'HARTON Dover High School. Class Poet, Senior Blazer Com- mittee, Assistant Manager Travel Association: Ohio Clubg Secretary-Treasurer 423, President C35 1455 1928 Recordg Business Associateg Senior Lunch- eon Committee. Class Poet. IRVIN JACOB KOPF 9 A fb, 111 B K, E E CIW, H Z fb ulrvaas asM0pes: Philadelphia, Pa. . COLLEGE Wfest Philadelphia High School, ffewish Students' Association CU Q21 C3Jg Classics Club 00. SAMUEL MEYERS KOPF Rochester, N. Y. - W1-IARTON XVatson Preparatory School. ISADORE KOTZIN Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE South Philadelphia Higli School. V JOSEPH RASHEED KOURY AUE ...loco Binghamton, N. Y. Wi-IARTON Binghamton Central High School. Soccer Squad: Dean's List. As., ye, - -' 'f ' . .-'- in f'-1.1-.:.+f-ee.-"-1,ftj:L-,L.W,::, ---- - V V- - -v - --f-if-1--Tf: l fg PQ lk Q Sl llw .Elia . .gl gm will .FM 'gig i N l Mm l l ,Silk ll X. RQ lx Q FK 1 . 5.4. Q 4:6 ALQQ f iw 43 ,K 'i ff' ii lf l 1 lar' ix' I ' :N L y . . fm ll fl l ng :QE . is 2 ' l Ml KN Sig' . l 1 ' r X lE I X 1 m my 'Sl .1 in 5 N like L. A l .15 l "D N l, lx 4- 5 J -:il A' 1 Page Eighty-two Hill It i ,,,, X43 f - M '- 'f ,,, J ,. '-1 , l1,,' l .rt ii li I i it f' -ii l i A ll will l Aw. il C H 1 lfl ll is . 1 i, J l iw li QE' if i ii lil 'V lf is If V l l i lgxli, ii- 'fif l Ii his I if , it A ,,, ow f ,K 5 Q2 QI ii Vigil' Z1 li il! li il l il nigh. 1 V' ffl will ii gi ll 51 25 M il nuagi fly ., 4- .. l' ,Ali C l il l li ll if I V43 X ,C ik Hi pi l rl ll ii i lf f if Y -fi 62- C g 5 ll fl ll li Ji I i 1 'I iii :Nil ll JACOB KOVNER "Jake" Wfilnlington, Del. WIJARTON University Symphony Orchestra CU C23 CSD CLD. WILLIAM BENNETT KRAFT, Jr. E N uBill:s Haverford, Pa. - XVI-IARTON Tennis Team CD C22 C35 C4j, Captain CD C33 C4jg Squash Team C25 C355 Vice-President Christian Association C4Jg Memorial Hall Drive C3J. IRVING H. KRAKUSIN "Irv" Hazleton, Pa. EDUCATION Education Clubg Luzerne County Club. JOSEPH A. KRAMM Atco, N. J. COLLEGE NATHANIEL KRASSENSTEIN "Knute" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Track Squad C4J. MORRIS KRESLOFF Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE KUBE KRICHOVETZ "Krick" Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Avulcahg Camden Club. ARNOLD BAER KRUPNICK A M E HA!! Mount Holly, N. J. WHARTON Junior Varsity Vllrestling Team, 1926-275 lllusic Com- mittee Junior Prom.g Endowment Drive Committee, 1924-25. Page Eighty-th ree .. VH., ,, ,, I li C , i ug i 5 11 i i 92, i 'i Ei Xl -if L WL.. i aixx i: 'K rv, ii ,X . Q1 liwcjf Fl iff l l' 'iv ii gi xii mfg if il ll fl li vi W ? ff jf if Cl V X' gi il 2 Qiiji N Xl! l .2 li il if al ll W.'-Ki, E ii Xi! fi ' 'ill lf. ii J 'SW . 'l i!"i'fff Ii ll li 4 l 1 ,ll il ,xi 5: ,1-'xii I i i mf-.1 'f 1 'V-'rf'-. if +4 ii if -A if 2 f i if .5 fi 'xiii C, . Wi-A..-I' ii A it-l il ll l l lex! if Xli ii! iw: 'Tilt ji Q 1: XI ,Q w 1 5 g if 'V nf? . i 1 lil il il.. it Eli ii: JW, if if'lllV N ,fi N, 1 ii 'I i ,1 1 r l . A51 f A- 21 1 A- .11 l fd . Af. 4 fl 1l . .l 1 JI l i 11 l 1 ' W1 le l l 1 ll l 1 1 lla' 1 ff' EE. 5 - fl :V 41 1,41 l 11 1 1 l 41 ll 1 Qlj ll V iii il Q. M if 1 Ml l l m lf ,Q 5 in l .41 1 ,f if A ylfig 1 l l 'ref' 15' I l 1 . 1 f. . 1 .1 11 5' X? If 1 2 i 1 4 gd 1 I Q1 J . . 1' VHA. ffl? 1' l . . l ll li 1 1 1 4, C llglffl Q l,,1'f'Rl l 4. 1 l1 ll . Z., 1 df! f ii Vg,- 'iiilql - .'---K. ' -V:-, -ze 'iz-iii-G , .. ., 1 . X1 L X.,--L -..f15i"9Jdi:x'igf '- 'K 1.-V ' 1 -u2:..,.- 1.-f, --1 lf1A.,.,.! Y NY iik- Ab - f 1 q g-,M -Yi wx gwi- i- 1M,...-, -, N, ,C-,l .H ww-vwf'-'1e1w-1w-+.f"+',- T-gfrrvf -- Y- Y f- - - . - --f-- - f -fffffff - ------ff -- d-wa-W -fi-ii-Tv -if--------J --- -. .- ..,,,.4 Tl ? i 'S NYILLI.-XII FREDERICK KUEHNE ATA ', "Bill" .Y 1: White Plains, N. Y. H W XVI-I.-KRTON Culver Military Academy. " 11:3 SAMUEL KURNITSRY A M E lx "Sam" ' Springfield, Mass. l' 'Xl I COLLEGE xl NX Technical High School. Gym Team CD C21 CBD, Wag Captain C413 Intercollegiate All-round Runner-up l.1" C273 Senior Picture Committee 1 N! ll 1 will JOHN DANIEL KURTZ BX W1 , 1 1 Wiliiiington, Del. W1-IARTON " l XVi1mington High School. Mask and VVig Club C31 ' clog ixidsk and Wig Show 439. dl lQ1.,.s1 1 l . Q, FW f HARRY LABOVE 9 Afb 1 Haddonfield, N. J. e .li 59 WHARTON 'ul Haddonneld High School. Menorah Society CD C23 I l C405 Secretary CSD. li l 4' 1 .1 . Xl 1 1 Nl 1-...Tig l , il 4 will l 'l ' HERBERT GEORGE LANE rrd 'ix Toledo, Ohio ,LWQY WHARTON limb Q . i f ' NJ if LESTER FALLER LANGE AXP i Q A"Less" ll New York, N. Y. 11 WHARTON N 1' l DeVVitt Clinton High School. xl N l 1 lx 'dial . 'ip WILFRED DERWOOD LANCLEY 'lx ICDOCM 5 X Nanticoke, Pa. Q' I 49 COLLEGE HH Nauticoke High School. Luzerne County Club. l . I! LOUIS S. LA1-1oNGE 'IIE A M L nLoun Qxxxkx Cleveland Heights, Ohio Heights High School. Franklin Societyg Runner-up , Doubles Hand-ball Tournament C355 Red and Blue ll 1 C11 C23 CID, Business lllanager C413 Junior Avnnals 1 1 l l Business Associate C335 Endowment Drive C139 li, .l Q Freshman Smoker Committeeg Freshman-Sophomore Nl' Lovefeast Committee CIJQ Vigilance Committeeg Ohio X Club: Cleveland Club, Secretary CBJ, President C455 l- rvy Ban. . 9 A. " W.. 53 uiigiir "'1"i-N-"":':fl': r ri'-'::.'d" T"""' "E " ' ""- - "1 Y ..L, ' -7 ,F 14 e C1 , 4 - E- 11: l Ifilddf Page Eighty-four x 1- , Q 2:9-,I1 -3-1,2 " l ' ' -T 'r ,NK 6 l1 rw 1, il alll' ti 3 . 1. ,X 1'-I 1 If li 1 lvl 1 ,v rt lQ.LXX 4. le 1 1 lg, N- J 1 l 'li l 11 1 fl 'ilr llyil I 1 I 1tl1xl lx l 1 X. lb ll Y K. 1 it '1 l Nl mv illw I I x .xx l, 'X l lx tg. l .jk wx NX li 1 LN X. tw all l il l1 '1 llnl lllxi il 'lei lf l'A.1 lll t . 1 or 1 L - - - . . - . or wma, f.-,, .,mW-Y.71T1T,sm.W-M-W fA.1- F ff, if ' .1 .pe-191 ffz '.', L "1?45Eiifflff-3-,iF4??4f??f:fl4g, lli?:' 'ij 'V 'f NL- V-Q4-Y 'WWW' 9' " gtggiiigf.,.fffiifiigigiV-ggiiiijtiirf iL'?,i.igT.i'iTf':L-' - "ffl- "1Tvf' lil! Y L. , fl 'q NATHAN LAVINE 4 ulvuteu 1 Trenton, N. J. EM WHAIITON AN-11 Trenton High School. Dean's List: Trenton Club. .V aj 1 1 l ,W lf ,Q X fl 31 L DERWIN BLAIR LAWS EZ 55 Geneva, N. Y. fi XVHAIITON fi fi 'f W A fl 'lf DAVID W. LEDERMAN 'DEH "Davey W ill New York, N. Y. it WHARTON A3 Ethical Culture School. ,EJ ANDREW WHITE LEE 9 5 Wlashington, D. C. fig' - XVI-IARTON A Central High School. Blazer Committee C411 Capital I City Cluln CU KZJ C31 003 President CID. 1 P 1 .41 lj . ,A 4 W ,if A 1 , YVALDEMAR FERNANDO LEE ATA yd Wally H 'll San Juan, Porto Rico KD 1 ff: XVI-IARTOLN Lllil XVorcester Academy. Mask and XVig Undergraduate Clubg Mask and VVig Show. l 1 I. . XT if 'CHARLES FREDERICK LEIBRICK "Dick,, ffl l Roslyn, Pa. ' 1 WH.fXlRTON N Chestnut Hill Academy. Freshman Football. of Q M JOHN JACOB LEIDY fb E A figi "Yonnie" Al Baltimore, Md. 56 WHARTON X Baltimore City College. Red and Blue C35 C-U5 I? Editorial Board, 1928 Record. if 5 kb 1. " BENJAMIN MICHAEL LEISTER ffBen77 ' Philadelphia, Pa. 1 1 EDUCATION i gi-afxkford High School. Education Club: Dramatic ' , 1 ua. l -'? ii -----f- --4,44-egg Y ',,gL7C1.j1g Lg Lili z1i'A1i:'::.lr1--1 'fffsfiifr i . ' . Y A1 '-f, M Q1-.t44fh..-r11Tlff+ f 'gpg A .53 - -- - . :L will F5753 W 1 . O A 1 O f as L 1 L44 311111. at-Q. L.1:1,.1 11 . . , . t L , - .e.. .11 . . 4 1 - Page Eighty-five LPN: X .Sl 4 up if 5. l f l W 3 1 ll iv, li . , 4 ll I f lift ' . fil" ll ll l ,Sl gi 'ii L? l,-.1 f 'll E5 fl ll Tig l l in i ,gif ' fail if i in ill lull in ll .I Vigil 2221 'IJ' 'ii g .xml il if ii." i 'fxum D N PL ll-w in ' i i 'S 'i X l fi x .i -Q R qc 3 - JUSEPH E. LENZNER Z B T EH. C Trenton, N. ,l. it i if' DENTAL li ' ll Fomimii fn. ,Tay-Vee 4239 vmiiy Football can mg lgxli il Varsity Club. il W NX if rl liljfl ADOLPH VINCENT LESAIUS KAW lil 1 "Vim ' lil Q Scranton, Pa. WHARTON ia Sl H l Lackawanna County Club, I iqgwll ' IK T I im 1 ,Nl ,L N131 E, W- .. Zi STANLEY RALPH LESS HSECIILM EY il li Little Rock, Ark. iii WHARTON ll ,.,'i,N ,RQ i Tum l 1 Y- HENRY FRANCIS-LEUTHOLT A E fb XXX Taylor, Pa. l gc JN COLLEGE if Iunto C335 Business Manager C415 C. A. Cabinet, 1927-28. i Q if .N Y 1- TSE l fl ii 5: i T-'Ll fl. l HERBERT S. LEVIN lik ' il Philadelphia, Pa. F .X X! WHARTON VW' 3, Senior Picture Committee. "Qi V il ir 4 All ROBERT SANDSON LEVIN F Bennington, Vt. WHAETON 'N ,Y ,W l PX. RNS 'Q i Rrl lx LEONARD A. LEVINE 'DB A fix-X Philadelphia, Pa. ' E T' COLLEGE 1 X X ll! 'N REUBEN LEVINE HRul,e75 Bridgelon, N. J. lb' COLLEGE ii T i. x iff? ii V ibwcl 7 -f ff .ff?.firffffgegielfaa-T.,.i.,,..55gg3L.3iii'--4'.T17i,-42--. ..... Y.-f'1 e-.-W. . .,-.,,. L .C C ,C iQjj7jl 44l-il,L will ll.MQ.T Till. Lk Page Eighty-six ll wal. -A f-1' 1 1 . f fr-'A -44--.1 i -. .X ., ,:- A , , .. T.. . 1' ' ef'--i'P,'f'-M .1 1 I -.14 ' ' .H ' - .-.1 -xx- ,,,.. . , f , ,.Af:g-,-1, , 1 , H ,W L. -K. .1.1--ff-af-mTTf2,.?.f.-,fl.f.-fff1vf,f-ww ef- ff f--:-f'f2:-.--r.:-f..--Q5 f p ,V K . I. ,T viz, if 1, :iff :f Jr' -A w l A ,. in li li l .1 ,--l iii Ei ll Sf! lj 33: ,eil Af- Q ll fw sa. ll ll 14 ' EYE 'l il Al xii .1 .J 3' Qs' 3 nfl 5 to X ? M W A E ABRAHAM J. LEVINSON Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. DAVID S. LEVITAN Philadelphia, Pa.. EDUCATION ABRAHAM HARRY LEVY Brooklyn, N. Y. COLLEGE Alexander Hamilton. LEON LEVY New York, N. Y. WHARTON NORVAL LEVY E T 'I' Binghamton, N. Y. CoLLEcE Senior Smoker Committee. SAMUEL CYRUS LEVY E T fl' Yonkers, N. Y. COLLEGE Boxing QU Q23 Q35 C-Og Captain Q4jg Ivy Ball. FRANK JOSEPH LEWANDOWSKI E A5 ju' uLeeas I Philadelphia, Pa. V WHARTON 3 Central High School. President, The Forum C4J. E fl ffl! 7 1 W' CLIFFORD LEWIS, 31-cl. 'll lx If Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Episcopal Academy. Iunto Editorial 00. 35 ' Amee ....,. ew- .FLAME-...-.af---fx..-Q-.if-.W Page Eighly-seven f. ,ll lil V l ,A Tl ,l .lr ti i I I l C a l l 'I U 4. 7. . .j"'i 'F l l i l i l l .fi u 'x A! 7' l. it li, W-l ffl .. J .. ., l l. .. 45 . 1 l, -3 ,-- 'f . Y xi' f il f , l Il I 1 i if at L, xx we fl I lla i .l Al 7 ii Zi . ,fi i ll l "ffl Ml i., fr Hi l I i ,. ,, I , 'C 2'g,.ffQX5f,jffq,i VYVF LQTQ L L Lg - f -W 'VA 'gwfg ,WV W jiii IL'LT3f..AiZ.'.1"fff'f'L'ZLilll'iJl1LI..LLg-.,.gE515-gi E- . XL ,, NX, MARSHALL LEWIS EAR "Marsh" Ridley Park, Pa. ' WHARTON L, 3 XX'est Philadelphia High School. Pennsylvanian Cll C23 CJJ C-03 Circulation Manager C4Jg Freshman Handbookg Business Manager C21 C325 Chairman Pub- A -1 licity, Varsity P Dinnerg Varsity Club: Blue Key 'lb Society C33 C415 Assistant Manager Basketball C353 Associate Manager Basketball C435 Tournament lx l Manager Basketball C4Dp Senior Smoker Committee. X .xg ' i R CHU-CHANG LIANG . Peking, China ls., W1-r,uzToN l' l 'QP Tsing Hua College, Peking, China. 1 .Ll .iii I LN B. ALBERT LIEBERMAN, Jr. CPEII, 155-E HAZ!! I Kansas City, MO. 'Nm COLLEGE X' lfVestport High School. Students Medical Society Bibi C4Dg Aero Club C4Jg Student Instructor Physical ' . Education Clj C25 C3j. ' ltxix ' ' 'X LY JUSTUS W. H. L1EB1G ht., Rutherford, N. J. ' WHARTON J lx. ix l NVQ ll HESSER CHARLES CLAPHAM LINDIC K X fCHeSsll lk R Philadelphia, Pa. V 0 VN COLLEGE Q Frankford High School. Color Guard, Band. A i l Q LESTER M. LIPSCHUTZ l ' -A uLes,, Y qu Philadelphia, Pa. A 1 WHAHTON lx Germantown High School. 'Q ,P . N . 'C A xl K. , lfptx l J. LLOYD LISTER AXP .i X, lfllisi! 5 Mansfield, Ohio ' it 'Ps WHAETON ,l Mansheld High School, lx : Y. LAC i AUGUST L. LOEB ' ' Shreveport, La. WCA COLLEGE L " li r . ,"ii7z?iRil'F ' Q1 - fn l Y WN K W X' 'ifjt1+f' Q W- 'G1' s v - N t E - Mil Page Eighty-eight fx ,-iff :YT ff'f'1fT:.1 - 'iz ' Y 1" " 1 iff: fff775l'7l,f"':.5.. .N ' , X--3 s. ff 1 k"1.,x 14-111,-,, 51" 1. 1 1 , .. H Q., ...X 7, f .. l x ,..-41.1 f ,f ,A 'L -'1.g1.ff111 '- V .1- .1 1 " ' N Q, 1 :,,,1f1-1-fx-. . , , , ,,,.NCgx:s..w,.......n,,-,,.-14n--- 1.e..1'L..A4. fu--1--,J 1,-,111 , 5 1 1, z - 2 31 5 -xi -.-.1-X ,. 1. ',1 -..Ju 5e3,ELsge,.1'7-lr'-fQfgL-kfff W' V-Lf r 4 fQu',g-f.1L,1'fQ,1 . g.-Ke' z::-- '--..1.i1.gg,4 44.1 141 wi ',-,-new-.-wr-mf xx, f 1 1 f f-si f,-1 --1 V',,,,Q?s2 ' - Y., ---11.-- ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ev r- :is: : 13,9- .,.d' 1 'f' 'F T 5' ,D x171-i s J. .- Q, -. 'fx -4 in W 1-11 1 1 1,55 ' N hmm l Q i in 1 Y, . I X 1 SN, i Vi .N b 1 Igilfg iw , N S NK W. KL 1' f X, , V YB QL ik N 3? 1131 IX ix VN I f 'VX Cr A li' -4W1 E 551 1 Q No.1 W 11lH 1 ly. fxjl ,ly-. 1l 1 1 1 1 1 ,J in fri 'N l V. 1 A A ee x-. ---.-.......L-.-...,,.,.- PM 111.5 r-Q'-A ----H-im -. -W., .mere LN . C-V ' 1 A li ARTHUR WILLIAM LOEHR -PKXP 1 :X 1 ll I , Cleveland, Ohio 1 1 WHARTON qi 1 V HERBERT VINCENT LOESCH E fl' E 5' 1 "Herb" J Lakewood, Ohio 1!,- 1, WHARTON ,fin Associate Editor, 1928 Record, Chairman, Committee E, 1 on Faculty Cooperation of the Wharton Association lv .Ak C455 Junior Week Steering Committeeg Blazer Com- ' ,fi mittee C4Dg Associate Manager Lacrosse C335 Asso- QA ! ciate M'anager C-U3 Ivy Ball. N 1 M1 1 W A 1, A I T 13. CLINTON LONCWELL A XA iii Pl ludjllnli, P f ii a e p ia, a. M113 31 Moons in Crew Varsity Squad CZD' CSD, lien About Towne , j' Clubg Glee Cluh CED, Eng1neer's bhow 131. 1 1 . 5 11 KH 31 '1 BENJAMIN LOSCHER A Philadelphia, Pa. l , , WHARTON 1 1 1 ME fi. , E5 Z M7 11 . 1 1 1 1,5 I ANDREW JOHN LOTZ ,fu -s Paoli, Pa. i 1 COLLEGE gl 1 2 1 1 1 M Ll W lf : I YVALTER ALBERT LOXVE E N , I f ,l uW'allyss L A l Fitchburg, Mass. l 1 V! WHAIITON 1' N 5 1311! 1 N' 1 ' 1 1 1 .1 1, ALFRED NATHAN LOVVENSTEIN 5 .X xv t H-A1775 lKLowe97 ,311 1 ff Philadelphia, Pa. I 1 1 WHARTON Q Central High Clubg Menorah Society. 1 j I1 ' fl 1 21? 911 Q JDAVID LOWENSTEIN Z BT Q i, lv Cincinnati, Ohio ll Mi XVI-IAIITON ff' Q K 21 3315 W sd fzst A .... QTIlTQIiTf12fliLff???1f1Q' .... 1'...L'L1i1f4f-'-T?-"'-'lf'-"W 1 1 1 V.. , 1. -. F-., ,Q 1 ,, ,. , Page Eigh ty-nine .,l .,1 ...px 1l' 16 N, 9-.4 '- 1 1 x DANIEL LO5VENTHAL E AM 'L V Atlantic City, N. J. 'Dill WHARTON 1 ' '1 .-Xtlzintic City High School. K " N N1 1 . N31 fi BERNARD H. LOWY LIPEH Q 1 "B erniel' E554 , South Orange, N. .l- X WHARTON 'il Xl . l 1 1 X, Columbia High School. Track C15 C25 C35 C459 Gym " Squad C35 C459 Co-holder -yi-Mile College Relay 1' gil HI Record9 Class Treasurer C253 Endowment Fund Com- Rig, mittee C259 Vigilance Committee. 1 C . Y1 il 1 . l . ' Sl' 1' 1 fg K1 ' 1.1 N Q1 . x5 1 Q ' Z4 l JOHN CLAUDE LUDLAM KCPK 2 C ll 1 "Jaw ' T51 19 1 Millville, N. J. K 1 1 EDUCATION i NI l il" St. Agnes High School. Secretary, Kappa Phi Kappag SX if Delegate, Education Club9 Education Club, L x I f'1 Atl 1 i1 A 1 l1 1 fl! U1 NJA WILLIAM JOHN LUKASWITZ, Jr. KAE ll I l V HB-ll as HL k as W XV , l , MC y' V 1 N l' HR. A Dayton, Ohio ' Y F M' WHARTON MC! University of Dayton Preparatory. Friars' Senior W 7 ' l I Societyg Basketball C15 C25 C35 C451 Baseball C15 C25 1 l y C35 C459 Freshman Football9 Scrub Football C25 C35 Q . li QI 449' lj? lg 'll E- xr C 4 'Z Y. lfq 1' 1 Tx. 141' 1 5' 1' l 1 1 l . l ix MORLEY PAUL LUTZ AE fb 11X 1 1 M1 JI, Altoona, Pa. 9 L ANN X. WHARTON 'P U Altoona High School. N MY 3 I wwf' . . W 1 l . lx Q 15,4 in Cl 1. ill ., JOHN V. MACD fb K T QCQJQ1 li will Colwyn, Pa. 9'i5Etjl1 If WHARTON 1 dl 1 Ivy Ball Historian 445. K1 . l ' .fi is XR 6, X375 1 41' N1 K -J A 1 '1 1 1 DONALD L. MACLEA frm ly. 1 ,,. 1 . El lg ggi! Bronxville, N. Y. ' ll ' 1 WHARTON 1 f fl ldrll New York Military Academy. Swimming C359 Cap- All 1, J 11 tain C459 VVater Polo C359 Pennsylvanian Editorial N l ' Q! Board C15 C25 C35 C453 Team Captain C. A. Drive 3 1 l li! Endowment Comlnitteeg Chairman Flour Fight Com- ' Ll.-" , mittee C259 Senior Advisor C459 Pennirnan Bowl Com- X! lflx mittee C25. , l, AIAX, ' 'T 11 1 fi 1 ROBERT KENNETH MaCLEA, Jr. KIJFA , 5 X Bronxville, N. Y. l 1 1 LQ' WHARTON 9 1 I 1' New York Military Academy. Rifle Team C15 C259 i, Xl ' aj Zi' Vigilance Committee C. A. Drive. li eg 9 dui 1 lb., Y V ,-- Y ll li ..4.QM--.......A.-...h.av...-...,...,-f-.---A-A--------Jr-X .s.s.4i,iilC. A gr ' .Ll Pa,gieYNinety ,ff '- ,' -. .f fsgxf-f A, . ln ' ,.-:N ir V-' - -. ...X uk. Y ,. H- A-j' .K-rf ,-5 X ' i C' f '-'fsjiqf"'i7:g11.5f'1'Ti"'.jlf?,.......4.-.,. .4 .CL ff ' -. l l 1 'ff' Elly' ' MEYER MADWAY .4 C l El . l . Philadelphia, Pa. Q l 1 1 3 ll S WHARTON ' ll lk? Central High School. Smoker Committee C135 Prom. Ticket Committee C335 Menorah Society C13 C235 ,fxmgl Treasurer 'C335 President' C435 Central High School lg J-id! Clubg Christian Association Drive C235 Ivy Ball. W 'K U l J JACKSON D. MACENAU AHE ijfggzll ccjacksa 5 Erie, Pa. lg WHeXRTON , X Academy High School. Lutheran Student Council. u l l lf ll ,QXTT 5. fi 5 l " GEORGE FITZMAURICE MAHANEY KE in X cclyitzjn :cR0gera: l 'X 5 Sharpsville, Pa. il Q X WHARTON VI. Q Sharpsville High School. Basketball C135 Junior l Varsity C23 C33 C435 Football, junior Varsity C23 C335 li, I Freshman Baseball5 Captain ,Tunior Varsity Bas- j 5 keilieill C435 Newman Club up 429. 5 Q lb? FRANCIS STANLEY MAHEDY l ii "Stan,,' ulrishi' V' ll ,L fl Bywood, Pa. I Rt TowNE .l', Central High School. Compass and Chain Society5 4.1 Civil Engineering Society5 American Society Civil l A , Engineersg Newman Club5 Faculty Assistant in f l JJ' Ch. E, C43. CA l -' l 3 J. S. FASSETT MAHER ATE M ' GFUSV, KH 'E Hornell, N. Y. P fl WHARTON , Hornell High School. Speakers' Committee, Wharton l' l A-ssociation. l ff X W 44195555 uljrnpahn if JESSE A. MALIN ,fl West Chester, Pa. - WHARTOR ,ef Vwest Chester High Scllool. l3ancl C13 C23 C33. All lt + 5 5 3,7 NORMAN EDWARD MALONE fl1KB, :PER ,f F "Norm" Ke, gl lvleliile, Ala. WHARTON . ,w J ' University Military School. Sphinx Senior Society5 ii I Football C135 Tennis C135 Soccer Squad C23 C335 5 . Assistant Manager Baseball C335 Associate Manager jll C435 Red and Blue Editorial C23 C335 Features Editor fl? C435 Sophomore Vigilance Committc-:e5 General Chair- f 5 man Ivy Week C435 Varsity P Banquet Committee Q C435 Christian Association Drive Committee C235 Blue Key Society C43. i. li l f 'V' l Q HAROLD ELLIS MARCH fl' B A i 1 5 "Harvey," "Marchy,' 5, Q Altoona, Pe. ,lfja WHARTON ll Altoona High School. Ivy Ball.- y,A4lf1?.tX if li lQ're.-::i1'v-J .--'Lila ' ff'-fl: Qffff 'Q..lfff1iQffQ?9il'l 'lfl 'f,',f9?1f 1- ?:Y'?'1fif ' TCYHTM-'gl-7' . , "" , , 4 Y in ef.-yy.. qw, 4555: :ig 1 1 -A l 5 , V If-Ajjj-4+-4 -H+ 721: A1 -gg :..',T'-:.,,,. .L..-g' , rr: ,...iig1-. ip f. Y Y . ' ,V Page Ninety-one i 'ii ' li 1 lllll. LAX., lfilll l f. 4 'mi ' sqm fl lil 1.5533 ll . 1' 'Nil , ll -- ,Xl li .Sl Wx 'Q .fi ll l lil ll 1 3 ll. 'I . SEQ? l 1 . i i l V333 35 l N ll ' l A l l if ' l lx. rbi? f Riu Y l l ll 5 f .ll il . .4. li . fl all :prix J I AV NK: i its il H.. his ix l 2 xl ll iiriilb 'l HE: 1 3 8 ii ll 1 1 ll J wx l Tl l l fl 1: li ll ill I i 1,5 fl MX? l "ill .. fl 1 i 1' i l 5 i l 5. .7 l ..'-ixxfixx -fx -V5,x .- iq? - . ,- l XA ' f ji. ,fx A A A 'X --ff---1 ,. T..wf1.7,,f-fva- -.-7-11-qqgw-f-T..g+.,.,g? ,T-1 1 l v l 1 W" 7' " - ., , -V -,,f,,j.,T,'.1g,,, Q gig, " T:glgL:'.' 'i'.1,.fiii' 'jill ' JOHN FREDERICK MARQU.-XRDT EX W' Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IAHTON , i Pennsylvanian CD C25 C325 Pictorial Chairman C-03 l Rell and Blue, Pictorial Board C25 C31 C-0: Ivy Ball. ,X i N 3 ll N C F. CLARK MARTIN fm 9 C7-Xi Newburgh, N. Y. WKN Q WH.ARTON , l I iw fN V JOHN BLAINE MARTIN Milford, Pa. ,iq lg XVI-IARTON T 'N f l . Klk! FORD MCDERMOTT MARTIN E KDE 1 'N . 1 Rockport, Mass. Begin WHARTON " Track CD5 Varsity C21 C35 C105 Red and Blue C33 'X C415 Junior Prom. Ticket Committee C3D. . 3 N Q i wg li Q4 AL 1? N, .HERMAN LEONARD MASH T-5-fl' Y "Mashie" 1 Atlantic City, N. J. Xxil WHAIITON 'QE' gl 1928 Record, Associate Business Editorg Freshman ' Smoker Committee: Junior Dues Committeeg Senior ' Blazer Comniitteeg Ivy Ball. if li lf like 5 FRANCIS MASI "Pedro,' 'N ' 1' 4 Philadelphia, Pa. l Towmz E il Pennsylvania Triangle, American Society Meehan- 'lx ll ical Engineersg Circolo Italiauog Men About Towne ,Li l Clubg Men About Towne Club Show. l wi N l 4 Ni I 2 Q s FILINDO B. MASINO Qkhxl "Fil,'l "Mass,, Qi Philadelphia, Pa. KL COLLEGE lx C T Chairnmn of Refreshments Committee of Junior Prom.: President of Circolo Italiano C4j, Vice-P1'esi- il 9 dent C335 Ivy Ode of Class of 1928. wx Q 53- l BERNARD SPENCER MASTER AE ll ' lllklg "Bernie" Philadelphia, Pa. lg L WHAIKTON , Qi X-N Ivy Ball. Q, I lim' - 1 wr, Q , Jill civil: ee 215 V 1 e-+1 uuu,.rf ,QA A ,-, 1, V315 Tigggf 1,,g,,'l i5Qj,7L,ll 'lui-all fll wiffil liiwlfgil Page Ninety-two .,.. if ,.f:r?flr:"- -17295, l'J' "J 7: ia fm f-:Liu--- t K A .. - '-. -' ' A--'1 -- --1 -1 "A:W' f J me JJ We ll uf-gf JP my J -1 v dill' vis C. HARVEY MATTHEWS K H, 'DKB , l l Philadelphia, Pa. il WHAIKTON I, l Friarsg Baseball C31 C415 Varsity Soccer C21 C31 C415 Q N- l Basketball C11 C31 C41. N E J A ' 3 J ' 4 if , C J w. i J WILLIAM S. MAXWELL i J J! Philadelphia, Pa. lljgxk fl I CoLLJzci-: ' Sl J ' l J Xxl , I ' "x J W' JAMES LASSELL MCcAULEY KA 11, Nl H - ,, .1 ,, X C hm, Mac JA Eltron, Md. ' , J WHAJKTON l 1 Elkton High School, Army and Navy Preparatory J J J 4? School. Junior Picture Committee C315 Senior Picture ll , I l Committee. fy JCE' C81 l , 1 5 CJ 1 A JACK J. McDOWELL AE 'l', 'PKB, H A Z J I ' Bradford, Pa. J I J by WHARTON , - ,Q Bradford High School. Sphinx Honor Society: Man- lg, V 1 ager Soccer C415 Pennsylvanian C11 C21 C31 C415 5 X. , R I Undergraduate Member A. A. Council: Chairman J N .- Endowment Committee C115 Permanent Endowment XY 1 f Committeeg Dean's List5 Senior Advisorg Blue Key fl Q Societyg Class Secretary C115 Class President C415 J Jfl Chairman Undergraduate Councilg Spoon Man .C415 ' 1 Chairman Vigilance Committee C215 C. AJ. Cabinet 5 ' C31 C415 Varsity Club: Editor-in-Chief Freshman lx J Handbook C215 Business Manager Freshman Hand- J! book 131. JJ .X l 23' 'CHQ gl Jl ,J . LEE PHILLIPS McGEAN 'PKXI' ' M Cleveland Heights, Ohio ly i f E WHAARTON 1 -X ll University School. Freshmen Crewg Iay-Vee Crew A , C215 Freshmen Swimmingg VVater Polo C21 C31, Cap- -Q' tain C415 Endowment Drive Cl1. l J J QJ l A J J M1 K J A AJ l - J N T1 I JAMES JOSEPH MCGINNIS 2 A lv AJ , l . ujirnn - Germantown, Pa. l COLLEGE J l A St. Joseplfs Preparatory and Germantown Academyg X4 l -fi! Football Team C21 C31 C415 Varsity P. L X ll Y J l' NXT 1 ' 4 J M . ,J ' I " JAMES THOMAS MCGRATH AXE lx J ' ujinlss V? 'XR J 'L is Staten Island, N. Y. J! H il 1 TOWNE 'Rx fl J l Frankford High School. Priestley Society. PM WJ J J, J JJ ly MARTIN L. MCINTIRE :fm J X l uMaCs: C QD i Clenolden, Pa. liilsgfw J V WHAKIITON 'Maxi Jil JJ Glenolden High School. Friars Senior Society C415 l l l 1 Franklin Societyg Business Board Red and Blue C21 l , l V 5 C31 C415 Punch Bowl C31 C415 Manager Service Bu- "J i Jlf reau .1928 Recordg Junior Annals C315 Vigilance lt. l l XLJ, rf Committee C215 Junior Prom. Committee C315 Asso- lk ' KP-t Clfife MHUZISQY Tennis C313 Associate Manager Ten- , V, gli gf ms C415 Senior Luncheon Committee. lx Sb, .ff l J- J J F fx. - A-: J ' ' ' -N LAM'-T ,Lf-:Q 'Il,T'f'JE.i'f'1T .if . fer- --A , .... A+ S-, --.-V i ii l li -l l lllilull if-77 Vfl ll iff? J 57'7fTTf'7i'ffiff7fff7ffiJJi S 'C C I -1 ll 'J-fvzflil lli-':l1':l if - .VJ--Il -- ---TJ l J l J JJ , JA, ,J J-,,,-, .,. L.. .. .. ,.,,, L',"1.Igl 'MLC .f',,1, '-I , Yj'X'. JLYVYVJJ ' ' '-'J J ix V 'J X. JL 5' '.J Page Ninety-three I, 'f 4 Si 'l 11 l " .Y . - 1 Ag., A'Qll"-. ' A I , Af 111, , . , . .' I 1, X :Lg 'A r- ' 1--A U3 ,. -AAC l rv , A fir .-,.,C, . - . . --,.....:1f..4..','.. -ei' ., ..,,.--. . - , Ll A - 1 f'-Lf r - -- -- -W -W .Y.Y- ---YV ..A.-- -Y- .,..----,- .-g,-- ,LY4 - A A Y --' fr-A f VY W -.,- Tfri:-1:1.:,::e:-7:-,-R.-fair' 14,1-:fr-fg::7.w:eq?,eT .?j2,igjgg -A A, ,Ll-L -vf ---sz igT?'Xi' r l 1 M l .A . , - . . ll' C CLAUDE BURTON HICIBTOSH I Cleveland, Ohio 'I TOWNE 1 1- .3 Men About Towne Club C35 C453 American Society , -. 'ii . J ileeliirnical fgnaiieers CD C25 C31 C433 Towne Foot- Ng! Y if Zl eam' - . ,M M WILLIAM FOSTER McKENNY A241 A 12 fvvlaaf , , 15' Louisville, Ky. 'Q Q b ' Q WHARTON l- , . I 'i, Swimming CD C21 C33 C455 Penusylvanian CZJ C335 IN ' Q KJ Photographic Editor C-U3 Red and Blue C21 C30 C405 ' Junior Annals C339 1928 Record, Photographic Edi- Q ' l' ' Deazfs List. l Y ef' ll il tor' l A , l lx ' i il Q ' , w 1 ll il ,f, L Ulf' ,QN . l g A 5 . l JOHN SMITH MCKENZIE KAQP A , g ii ccMac,9: sc-lacks: yxx ,fri 5' Philadelphia, PA. WHARTON RS N T i Scale Societyg Glee Clubg Perlciomen, Club. l lt 3 M l i i 44' Xgk' r .. . 1 l X rl ' l N Vlixj EDWARD R. MCKINLEY M0 Y 'gA.,fMT Glenham, N. Y. .yr I WHARTON 1 N P ' A A l f' iiix Q ii RL 1 N l 5 ll a l ' ll I , 3 JOSEPH FRANCIS McMAHON lx f f ,Vi . Butler, Pa. F X-Xl A, 1 lx H A WHARTON MX- f V f , I, , gi , , 1 RALPH MCSHERHY l 'N ' X4 ccMaca: W f!"H'il Yoe, Pa. l AD? j- ,fl - EDUcATloN Q I' Mi Circulation Manager of the Educational Outlook: it 11 l Secretary of the Education Club: Chairman of Group l , Committee in Y. M. C. A. Memorial Fund Drive: M l , l Education Club. W - Dx i Y 2 .CNN i W R I' C l 1 L - HAROLD ADRIAN MCTICUE Aff' lx ' flfff Far Rockaway, N. Y. Wi XXX KS ll b WHARTON 'NH if Basket all CD. l li i JOSEPH BENEDICT MEAD AXA, BFE i l ccjoesa at l 5 Meriden, Conn. 'C 'Xl QA' WHARTON i Friars ,Senior Societyg President Beta Gamma Sigma, 'Q Q Undergraduate Councilg Endowment Drive CD9 New- ' it ll man Clubg Editor, 1928 Recofdg Editorial Board, l . 1 X Red and Blue C31 C415 Business Board, Punch Bowl r i - 1 5? C33 C455 Editor-in-Chief and Founder of "The Q I . 1. Wharton News of Finance and Commeroeng Chair- N U man of the Board of Governors, Wharton Associa- in N i' --f tion: Valedictorian. Q . A y of l . ' it r- ' j , V .- l ella' --Qfmfi -.,---,--,. N, , , on A ,C,,-..,, QA-. A-- , A , Nl 1 X' N V I Y .. , ,b 3 .,.. -R E5::C1Qrf in we ' 1 Y 1 A"'i' Eli . - A4 "+'1"""-"""v"- 'fr 'RQ A ---- --- A ' - R. A 15 Page Ninety-four .fix V, -ix " ' ' O I, Qfi. itxra :Z-9 .--5 3f,L.2"'Ale- '-' ' V ' ,X.:--.,"- ' ,in . -.. ,.-,,., . v r:.:::.:r:..,t::,-p--..-.-4, 1.1-1,-,.. 1, 'A '- ,fi-Z-f - f 19'-' . 1, V.. ' 1,,,.ir- i .. L ,f ,.-' ssz., ,C 1 -i , . 4 i-W. ,M-',' mi- ji-iq fix --X K A- .- iw,if-?'hf2"'f ,, Qipi 1. i .. '. 'f Nla. 'iff QQ 1iQIi 'i'1 .i. jf '-jf . -x . LL..-gf-,-.N A-f h. if --s-. - M , . . . f f- f .Cs ..-T.-- L, X , ..,-.Le M..-,M - ..-1,-.Wx-...-,., , 4.,, ,rf v N, W.. y. . .V fw.f.,KA:1-i:.ff.:Q,: E- ,M Y ,ff if Lg, .,. -lil' 1' ,Lf hi' W. ,A 5:7-1 H 21' i i -------+il- -Fei-' ,Af -.. -.oL.,f.- --ff --W. MW-, .,....-,,,,g'j W WY V Y Y . 4 i 1 :J .J ia W. A YA U if .gi 'A" WILLIAM NELSON MEAD fh A O iff yi iii "Billv 1 ' i I if Cynwyd, Pa.. l Tred ff ' -E ' WHCRTQN l mi y rin asttown' High School. Manager Fencing 3 ff-KVM C435 Chairman Senior Luncheon Committee. i. H-1-kg y -HEL , 4 15 l' if' I 'i E pfrli l All 1 4 15 I l , 1 lf A VERNON J. MEADOR U5 ,Lf Jonesboro, Ark. V 'wljfqxm , i WHARTON ' 'Af' Arkansas College. i '14, X i 1 k if 5 I if 'i' QL I l' Xixl C- Fl! , i- DAVID WINFIELD MEASUROLL K fl? K ' J W uDaUe:: V 'l i L ln: - . F X ' W Hlghtstown, N. J. ICQ! 1 f ' E F .i ig IE Hightstown High School. Education cihigugivlfgm L SY-7 -Q' All Treasurer C355 President -C453 Vigilance Committee 'N 3 l 5,651 ' C59 gq4gIercle Francais C22 C335 Education Club C23 ' ll. X ' 'i l .C i V Al 1' 'NND KR Ti YW i UDOLPHE S. MELSON QDKT ly Llahei-ch, Pa. 5 Q WHARTON 1 il lx, A xg 1 ll XX n? i All Mug? . h JOHN WILLIAM MENCHQ A E fb A' ujackss 1 ,fi ' Milllinburg, Pa. 4? li 'p X. I 1 ' t 1 WHARTON 'QV gl w lvl1mlHl3LlI'g High School. XV1ll1amsport C. C.g 5: Q Lycoming County Club. H i l' 1. ' i l X4 NJ f' CARRIS FREDERICK MERNER E N , Ci if T ccjackv gr C fx Evanston, Ill. li C4 WHARTON , l ii. ' , . Ottumwa CIa.J High School, sim University of ii M Y fl? Iowa CU. fi ' pl 'Xi if l W fff' GORDON F. METZGER 1. :4Metv V f ga llfyidll Canton, Ohio li! W 1 W il Mcxcihiey High School. HWTON L ,Til . 5 Si M iw ll Vol . . m E A 1 PAUL T. MEYER EN I in HP. 11:1 'frregn ilhi' Q X i Montclair, N. J. H I+ WHARTON .gi 5 i ji,-'Q University School, Cleveland. Football CD3 Junior ii i 1. T Varsity C25 C415 Baseball Squad CD C23 CID. il 4 -if hi lx ,. l ' ,fr ,','i"3. V f' '- -'-" f' "' "LX"L:"i"'f"""- 'LWMM ' " ':..,.,-,, .L N.4.. ,,'g:' .il :,,..i:fJ f V' i N, 1 Qgzzqggaggijgfnarlzifpbmw.qxeezszzuz-.11-.:E:iy.gi-Qggiggizgxgigferl .'-'Z1Li1'Lf.4.'L3 Mixer" ",:1gi:':":iiii:1g.g-1,ig -::.,::f.. Q .4 . ggigl g'fi-g1,I'f v . ..... ir- iii, .. 5 .-i. -C? Ll C V. -, ,T5r"'uv f'1"T1m ,TWT-" lflvjiie fi1"fi-ev wifi:-'f .- L lii , l L i i -ACL .mi-C, ,i -iii. nigh X E:.'gg.i ' 'p f' fgi 1. i .f . -'--viii i- i Q, . ,ii i , K inf ., ,, A 4, Y, .i.- I , '-'- ggi. f, 1-fe-.-, .- .N -.ali-T, :I 1-.5-T, -.1 f, T- llrfl Hnliilx 1 X i' ,.-,., -. . O., ,..,.X, ii ,. ,i .i J. i . 1 ...Q--i il :fr 'i' Ni'--' if-he--Q-3 ,.---- fog:-., i . ,-'ew i,1'.4,'.. 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Q l f ROBERT LEE MILLER fI'B A 1 ., 1 1 IlB0b,5l llSh0rt3,. T X Johnstown, Pa. "N I WHARTON Open Hearth Club. X I1 N3 XJ JOHN BARNARD MITCHELL Zi' 1ll1 "Jaw Knee" Emlenton, Pa. llf WHARTON W1 Nk Manager of Crew C453 Associate IVIanage1' C313 S ' Varsity Club. JX1 :N 1 PIO Q. MOLINA , 1 YN Baler, Tayabas, Philippine Is. WHARTON X Filipino Students Clubg International Students Council C4j. I N Y 1' E1 Alix BENJAMIN FLETCHER MOORE, Jr. AXA ' P uFleLch,v uBenrs Moore Pa. 1i X' , Moons MV 3 Eta Kappa Nu Societyg Varsity Track C21 C32 C453 ' 1 First place in Hop, Step, Jump, U. of P. Relays, 1927. W 1 A l 1 1' l BERTRAM POWELL MOORE WT Ji X -13.1111 J A31 East Orange, N. J. 1 1 WHARTON l 1 Track CD5 Water Polo C23 CSJ, Captain C313 Inter- l l fraternity Council C413 Chairman Penniman Bowl l Contests C255 Committee on Scholarship C3Jg Ivy Ball. 1 5 XR V N 1.5 1 N lx. CHARLES WILLIAM MOORE AXE NX "ChoZly,, II T' Philadelphia, Pa. W . TOVVNE 1 , Zigiestley' Chemical Societyg Priestley Club Show CD i llx I ig xx HORACE I. Mooaiz 1153-1 ..Dinky., im Philadelphia, Pa. ' EDUCATION g Education Club C3j C4D. I f 4 til awe., F ,1.111f1111 1.11 W' Q--7555-1 L?-f?Z,' tru'-4955-I ,?5.g,.f izkianil. .LUKE-5 gym, a .M 1 14911 Niall 11 11,-pll lf1fzQal1 li 1111.11 llgfill li lwll lltlll li1 - f.-...- EMM..- ,., -Z ...Y,, ' ' ,:l""' ,Tig.-,. 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Friars Senior Societyg football C151 Varsity C25 C453 Junior Varsity C355 Varsity Lacrosse C25 C355 Captain C455 Captain Freshman Lacrosseg Varsity Club C455 Program Committee, Junior Prom. GEORGE PHILIP MORIARTY npatjf ulworin Vineland, N. I. WHfkRTON Columbia High School. Newman Clubg Spanish Club. WILLIAM REIFF MORGAN Allentown, Pa. ' WHARTON Allentown Prepamtory School. SAMUEL MARTIN MOSKOWITZ fb B A New York, N. Y. - COLLEGE Cluster High School, Closter, N. 1. JOHN FRANCIS MOTLEY E T, H K N Philadelphia, Pa. Moons Roman Catholic High School. Scales Societyg Moore Honor Scholarship C253 American Institute of Elec- trical Engineersg Newman Clubg R, C. H. S. Club: Glee Club C25 C35 C45. WILLIAM DAVID MoUAT fb 2 A "Bill" Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Germantown High School. JOHN THOMAS MULHALL 9K 5 Q 5295. "Iohnnie,i' "Shoulders, 741' West Pittston, Pa. ' I WHARTON I St. Thomas High School, Scranton. Luzerne County i Clubg President C35g Newman Club C15 C25 C35 C45. .KU f l' 1: lf ' RAYMOND FREDERICK MILLER B 9 II 3 ullayn t V. Malba, L. I., N. Y. 'X 1 WHARTON Flushing High School. Track C15 C255 Lacrosse C35. ' 4 E, -'ii f , f'35?5.5iEP1?jg2gE.Ei':1:l'-:rl-f:qi'fg,f3fri"'T-jTj2fig-351ejizggggiargszssgazf.if,ze- '1'H1LE5lE??ifl 14' 1'--.1 f . fj5g111 ll Qfiagzl Qiegigg, L lr C11 .L ' Page Ninety-seven " Q 1 ffl 1 i 1. l 1 H." 1 , 2... llc. 1 ll IWW 1 ' 31:1 1 1 15.11 1 1 EI 1 i RT ST Pl L1 I 1 ll li"-ll 5 1 W 'S-.1 1 1 il 513 ly fi l l"XJt1...5 F! HDCL 1 F ilklv 1ll,X 1 si 1. I ll. T- 1fg.Ek 3 I1-1 l Mil li' 1--Nl NYY. Wilt ll lr PE!! Qn,x lbw 1 11 M . bg WY A -.gil ' 1 iQ lj i Ml ' I Ki N CAQ1 '21, T x 1 1' 1 FYI ...ag I1 hrs: Ci 1? . C I I .7115 c. T11 li 1 lj fxl' iq it x X l 1..-1 1 1 lil' F i1' I l ll l A - I3 i i, .A Aa, s. JOHN FRANCIS MULVEY fi "Jack" A lfiitk J New Haven, Conn. fi WHARTON ' C' ll ' llillhouse Preparatory Schoolg Football Cl5: Crew Cl5g I. V. Lacrosse C253 Varsity Lacrosse C35 C45: if Track C253 Vigilance Committee C255 Banquet Com- 'Q' 'Chl mittee C25g Picture Committee C353 Newman Cluh QQ kj 3' C15 C25 C35 C455 Connecticut Club: French Club 'Qs C255 Aviation Club C353 Senior Luncheon Committee. , l" Q ' 1 l his l PHILIP SHERMAN MUNIFORD BSU i "Phil,' li NX! i -ll WA Philadelphia, PA. MN Q, WHARTON 'lik i lVest Philadelphia High School. Assistant Mfanagei' li V W'restlin.g C353 Associate lilanager C455 Red and Blue l i l C35 C455 Memorial Hall Driveg Ivy Ball. Eh ' is ' I 'il V L ., L , 4 X", ' r ,Nl L i' Q Q 'lf HOWARD FERRIS MUNRO 'I' 3 X, fl, A E, li -'D B K HN i Philadelphia, Pa. ' Sig COLLEGE il- ., XVest Philadelphia High School. Program Committee i life? E' Junior Prom. C35. N, :xl 1 1 : ii i 1 3 it x l M HN.. A 1 .f ' . 'li N. ,M JOSEPH R. MURPHY S3 YN. " 'I'-Lv,.i'i Philadelphia, Pa. C .fl WHARTON l 'le' fi : ll Germantown High School. Tennis Teamg Squash 4 ' A 1 T' Racquets. ,A ' " 2 'Qi . 155 ily Wy. -il will L 1 'Q A il' . i : '. Sl' i G C 55531 Wil ia A A i l ' gli il LANDRETH T. MURRAY il, w 1 rcMurs: fr 1 Philaclelphia, Pa. MV- ! LL WHARTON lfgffliii, Northeast High Schoolg ,Tay-Vee Soccer C355 Third iw! l 'giealrrt C455 Memorial Hall Committeeg Northeast 1 E I Ll . W Q l T ,ri R CHARLES IRWIN NADEL A31 ,EK4-rbglr lfRed,77 ffFat!7 XM '-Li l Carteret, N. J. is . l , ' COLLEGE 3 W I bf A Rahway High Schoolu ,Tunior Cane Committee C35. 'Xu 3 3,495 . . . ' ii i' C ' A i I Nl l , ' . i tl JOEL NASS K N lm 1, ' 1 a 'x 5' gy Allentown, Pa. l H if " COLLEGE 3 lei, ii Allentown High-School. Punch Bowl C15 C25 C35 C45g 1 l, ,t ,N H 'gsgilauce Committee C255 Penniman Bowl Committee , ' i H ig ll ' il .fa if A L' A iN 'I 1-Z 41- ,aj 11 SIDNEY ROBERT NATHAN KN A fi' , il Us-dn ' K ,, i y A L . 5 Albany, N. Y. K 1 Q W1-IARTON lltxx i W' 'lrack C155 Lacrosse.C25 C35 C45. '-N Mi , Q Q5 A A flllmf L .LL .. .. .. L ,L L LL L LLL.,-L ,L,,.L.LLL.LL LL L -LL 5: A ,. L.LL. L- A L A LL L nr ,,L ,gill i 'l L L L ' f'L.'f-:1fg'LfLZ .5 'H "iii ii Qiiff ' W L ,H K V 1 ziAlg:!,fr il 51.11 Il Lili QLLA mal lil LL. Page Ninety-eight l . A 1 1 4. i l. El 13 , ,f m ll ll QD ,X-if-Lil ,Clif Qi img x. .i 1 C f fl P H .lei lff.. Q. fl' H. Q13 51 All l' It C ll l f .l'YxfE4l l ' if 1 WMI! if ! ll all lj I if i ffl lffllf iL4,i'iV if fnli i I 15 I - Lfli .lffltf fl! i gl l Q. Ilfiill v Hail' l lf! ,VH . H l V 5 if ll 5 ,Fil iflfj ,W I . i fy' Ely will E' 5 ll C f l.. 4 , 53,9 -. l, : AW' V FU g' l rll fl . fxwm infill '-4 rr ll ,i 1.1 l lf Iv u 2 .xii 'ii " ff- J' 1 - .. . 4, will 1.1 ..,,. . ' ' ABRAHAM THEODORE NEEDLEMAN Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Ivy Ball Committee. CARL RICHARD NELSON E fb E Duluth, Minn. WHARTON Duluth Central High School. V RICHARD YORK NELSON A SVI' CP "Dickv Ardmore, Pa. W1-IARTON Lower Merion High. Inter-Racial Committee C4J. 1 W. HENRY NEUBECK EZ "Hank,' Trenton, N. J. ARCHITECTURE Trenton High School. Swimming Squad C215 Art Associate, 1928 Recordg Band CID CSD C4D. ROBERT JAMES NEWMAN 6 K Sea Girt, N. J. COLLEGE Manasquan High School. SAMUEL FELLOWS NEWMAN "Sam,,' "Girls" Brooklyn, N. Y. WHAIITON Erasmus Hall High School. Glee Club CD C23 C35 C435 Scales Society C31 C453 Assistant Manager Glee Club C3J. GEORGE CULP NIBLO Norristown, Pa. COLLEGE EUGENE ARONSON NOGI V BSP "Gene," "Tony" Scranton, Pa. WHAHTON Carson Long Institute. Wlrestling Squad C31 C-Up Freshman Smoker Committee: Endowment Drive C133 Lackawanna County Club C33 C455 Cercle Italiano. , .x .. ,A ., -Af U , A A , W - A 'A AAAAAAAAA. AA-.- N- f .. A---AA.AAAA.f..-.-A -in H . , . . X..-,... rd, ,. A-M A A -1f --f -f -'- -- Y Y-- Q, 'AAA AA A . AA. AAAAA AAAA.AA. A 11, f f A -- A . . - - -' MC-'.-fs .--7--1.-f.E1... 1 :Tire- -f- 1-:: ir-.-2 N --bf- . . . ff - e - f " ' W- ' f 'nf '-' A' " - ' ' ...... .-.-.,.41. AAA i.-AAA... 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NORTON AXP, BFE Ml . 1 llH8ll,, ' V f Germantown, Pa. lil H WHAETON 1 Fxxl l VVallingford CConn,J High School. Board of Gov- ,i .N ernors, VVharton Associationg Junior Prom. Com- MS mitteeg Junior Banquet Committee. Q3 i l . ll. ' - J. LOUIS NUBER, Ji-. if-kb. "Jacques,,' "Nu.bic" Washington, D. C. ' 71-u. W1-IARTON Q Harrisburg Academy. Capital City Club CSM Vice- Qi., ,i l President C4D. 4 ' lim llktlil ,. .. l l ' I l' l ' J EUGENE BARCLAY NUCENT Q I il Brookline, Pa. 1 No WHARTON ' 1' 'xlj' X5 Lower Merion High School. Ivy Ball. 1 l l l lx S Q5 JAMES HENRY 0'CONNELL Q., il Norwich, Conn. l' WHARTON ' Norwich Free Academy. l ' il ' LXR ll. N , FMR . E wi EDMUND JACOBY OERTER A B fb, T B II NX. "fuck" If HE, Philadelphia, Pa. ' 1 TOWNE gl, "gs Compass and Chain Societyg Varsity Crew C33 f4Dg ll W Civil Engineering Society, American Society Civil l, Engineers. it l N JOSEPH EDMUND 0'HARA ATA Aw ujoefs iaNedas Corning, N. Y. l i COLLEGE lgx Mansfield State Normal, Kent School. Baseball U15 ' , Varsity College can 449. N, X lll 9 I . Fl .,,.-.--Q-.Al.T...-.i....Qi1-...-TE.: .-.-...,,.1g,.--..g,,.,e. gg,....-.-511-11- cog-, .,..... ' l Ol ,gill 16 fill mall .cg il will Page One Hundred .--E ,,,, ,.. ,..l?i.....,i-.-....-....-4 ff!-ii-V, JL., 14:22 Q f-1.--f.-ff ' D- if--ie' " ln., we -- -' ll l s if lil N' 9 1 lb J l i 4 xii 1 4, x lv E N 6 I U9 li im I i x V' 41 L 1 "" .. 5 - . ,D , C iff 1 f 'V Q SQLDQIQ -f fe I ' - -- f - fe ----V -ef f--f-- -6- iffgiiii, "H iTn,l - ' "W WW' Q lil A if ' ' NVILLIAM DESMOND O,HARA A T A 5 aBillv il i Corninff, N. Y. lfyf D COLLEGE N N Baseball C153 Varsity C35 C45. ,ff 5 X - RUSSELL I. OPPENHEIM KIYEII X l i "Rusty" I WH 1,1 Baltimore, Md. J W1-IARTON IAAC Lacrosse C159 Gym Team C35 C45g Aero Club C45. fi? ffv W l 1 A fl F' DAVID BURTON OSBORNE KBQP I liDaUe,77 550:55 K , 1 Camden, N. Y. MI-Eff? WHAIRTON fl' 1 Musical Clubg Baud C15 C25 C35 C453 Varsity Base- !-5 hall Squad C25 C35. if X , . XR ,C DAVID OSHIVER 'M :cDaUe,9s scoshss I X Philadelphia, Pa. 4 Y ' C . 1 4 , "Scrub" Football Squad C25 C35 or LEGE XXCQW 1 3 411 W ' ft l i C A 1 E. SPENCER OWEN YIJAS fi Ei. "Spence" ' FQ Cynwyd, Pa. Aff' WHARTON 5 f Editor, 1928 Recordg Red and Blue Photographic 1 Board C25 C35 C455 Photographic Editor C45g President Inter'fra'te1'nity Councilg Sphinx Senior Society. fu WT C ' 4 Vi Lfflfi 1 RICHARD SIDWELL PALMER 'DHT 'I 4 Chester, Pa. XXL, Mooms fi C Y , 94? fd C 6 . Dj' ANTONIO EDWARD PABALE 9 E ccpopv '0 Cro t, a. ,J 1' 1 f P ,-4 Q COLLEGE Executive Committee of the Circolo Italiano C455 Secretary of Camden Club C35. 0 i wi GEORGE BIRDSAL PASSMORE, Jr. B 'P If Oxford, Pa. WH.AllTON 1, Crew Squad C15 C25 C355 Eflilorial Board 1923 1 J-gl Rscorclg Blazer Committee C455 Red Cross Committee K . D. Q . 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C15 C255 Vice- President C355 President C455 Towne Scientiiic School Student Council C45. IRVING WILLIAM PERLMAN fb E A KEITH!! Brooklyn, N. Y. YYVHARTON Baseball C1 C255 Varsity C35 C455 Ivy Ball. FREDERICK E. PERFECT I 51' T Fort Wayne, Ind. XVHARTON Xl WILBUR M. PERRY 'Pl 9 "Bill" Rutherford, N. J. W1-uR'roN Rutherford High School. Sphinx Senior Societyq Rifle Team C15 .C25 C35 C455 Track Team C155 Captain, Rifle Team C355 President Kite and Key Society C455 Chairman Penniman Bowl Committee C455 Chair- man Provisional Committee on Preparatory School Clubs C455 Kite and Key Society C35 C455 Cheer Leader C35 C45. - V - -- W--7.77 . ,-:::::. 5 Ziyi 1 l -- 4..Cg.f,-ffl WA . P lm! ix it I ix ISK YN tux AAL F A ,K it 'x 'af lm . A3 Ns ll N' he M if N . HC ax' 1 N rgikxy ki it ig, 5 x 9 Q5 law 1 1 -Fa 5 , ' -f-- f - -'r -r-f- '-W-----.0 N1 ,U 5 . . .. ste:-rigtg-e.. ,unix 4 ze.4'Q.f,4.... . , ..., 5- .... ..i.,. ...enkff I , , -1-vac yfjfa':'j7 ,rf---'gg 1 i " ',-1 M X-. f".'f i 4 ,. 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W in :ii l, 1' ' Z.. ,fr ,fd WILLIAM RIDGWAY PETRE Wi ' "Pete" .ia i l l f 2. Bethlehem, Pa. i2'lEl COLLEGE Qfw-Ii Central I-Iigh School, Philadelphia. fi .ffl if 1 li IN HARRY W. PFEIFER, Jr. ZBT ,ffil Little Rock, Arkansas fl WHAIITON lg i Culver Military Academy. Boxing Squad C215 Soc- Nvpiffd cer Squad CD5 Culver Club CD CZJ CSD. in i X Y xl 'Q A fi if - Q WS l' pg il FREDERICK JOHN PFEIFFER ATU I ' "Fritz" i 'Q Fort Wayne, Indiana 4 . ,f 5 WHARTON 4flE, Ji Fort Wayne Central High School. Franklin Society C f C435 Crew Squad CD C255 Managing Editor, 1928 lt Record C455 Christian Association Cabinet C3D C435 1' Hoosier Club CD. Al, CHARLES JOSEPH PHILLIPS AE fp fig ffchm-lie" 1 Stratford, Conn. 2 WH.m'roN if Stratford High School. junior Prom. Committeeg ' 1, I'vy'Ball. 4 - - yall ll' S in PM if I 1 9 EDWIN M. PHILLIPS Z B T, B I' E 5 "Ecldie', VA? East Orange, N. J. lg ll Q . WHAIITON H Rifle Team CD C25 C355 Varsity Clubg Punch Bowl M' 1 C23 C35 C435 Wharton News C435 Board of Governors, 3 1 XVhai-ton Associationg Debating C325 Chairman Ticket I Connnittee, Senior Luncheon. .2 I fr 49 EDMUND JOHN PHILLIPS, Ji-. f scphilss 4 Philadelphia, Pa. Moomz flfil Xlfest Philadelphia High School. Swimming Squad. lp YQ? Af I 3 l 1+ .fi HERMAN COLLIER PHILLIPS ex Qi Eg, ..Phil,, I W Laurel, Del. t ' COLLEGE A3 Laurel High School, Dickinson College. f I f QQM VHAROLD CRAP PINCUS E A 11 I 5 upinkyn I 5 New York, N. Y. l WHJXIITON -Qi Cd' New York Military Academy. Junior Prom. Ticket jf? Committeeg Senior Luncheon Committee. iirsiiy li, -iifix . ...'C I Y ll 1 SIT... --- ,au 5 , . . - .,,, ,-" ,f'-fig -"- '- ' -"' ' - A -'W -'---' r,1igLg,,,1 1: 1. H 4 - -. -t-.0 .alxzzfjgpli 1-wwgia--fgyeefiazffHifi--111.,ef'f- ' f ' ' no ' If- P ' ' EFT-Q! LT? TE if TF. , A ffll ffl?-.ii .. L' .5 .f 1' p I , ' i . Page One 1'IlIIllIl'0ll and Three .U Q! -I we , . 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L cu,-xRLEs FREDERICK PLANKENHORN i Qi-if K A lb 'mfxkjl Y. "PIanky" xi 1 ,S i Williamsport, Pa. ' WHARION ' 1 i' XYilli:.nnsport High School. Scabhard and Blade , X C453 Treasurerg Assistant Mznlager Musical Club C353 Lycoming County Club C15 C25 C35 C453 Secretary WILLIAM HUTCHINSON PLANT, Jr. "Wiillie,,' "George" TNQ, Auburn, N. Y. X Q 2 W1-IARTON 1 HQ Auburn High School. Golf C15 CZ5. N i . yi 1 . i 1 . C NC JOSEPH EDWARD PODGOR ABX Y. C fc-109,59 :clay-Edu: I Philadelphia, Pa. i WHARTON ,f i XVest Philadelphia High School. Editor-in-Chief, NK Junior Annals C353 Editorial Board, Pennsylvanian if N C15 C25 C353 Features Chairman C453 Vigilance Com- mittee C253 Class Vice-President C153 Class Presi- dent C253 VVest Philadelphia Club, Vice-President Qi C253 President C35 C45. i HARRY POLIKOFF WC Philadelphia, Pa. 1 WHARTON ' South Plliladelphia High School. Debating Squad C25 C455 Freshmen Team C153 Literary Editor, Iunto 1 C35 C455 President, Zelosophic Society C453 Vice- y President C353 University Debate Union C35 C453 Forum C25 C35. ' , W' I! yi' i X . Q f 3 A LL? i V ' 'N ICT' 1 ii i ., ARTHUR J. POLLARD UC . i 1 ,H '24,-ri is LJ -5 ,3 X ., H New York, N. Y. i V 3? i dal COLLEGE km f Stuyvesant High School. Cr-ew Squad C15 C25 C35 C45. N I . . i i 1 4 .L NC, AE ji f Ah. C N3 GEORGE LAINO POLLEY OAX A 31 7.17 Andes, N. Y. w 4 C1 1 WHARTON 1 ' , E Princeton Preparatory School. 'Ky . .5 k, gf Y 1, H N 1 . Jvfipavj xi, l . I 1 is i N Wil wi 2 Ei MAURIOE POLLON J l pfiiug Philadelphia, Pa. 1 its Q ll li WHARTON 3 2 ' i i 'C 3 . r wing .C 14 L .I ' 111,51 Aifkxf 1 ,eff if ij l ROLAND B. POND f1'Kt1' C 1 l Cl Syracuse, N. Y. C if WHARTON if C' ' E i i - f -- 'E ,.... .... -A.- .. .......,. il.. Page One Hundred and Four i R C25, President C35. Q r , N of 12?-ff f 1 -- 'R-. A -X . u .Q vile K ,j CHARLES TAFT PORTER E X thug ? 4 i J "chunk" ll 1'-if l Washington, D. C. W WHARTON' V. l Detroit University School. lkq X 111 i TTIOMAS JOSEPH POWER, Jr. ET Q 5 ::To'n:: Philadelphia, Pa. N, ' TOWNE 4. j Vklest Philadelphia Catholic High School. Pennsyl- l vania Triangle Editorial C3J C435 Endowment Drive N CD5 Bien About Towne Club C3Q C4Dg American Society Mechanical Engineersg Newman Club: En- ' - 1 gineers' Show C35 CID. ij 1 l 'T' Mil. L 'Nl . 4N sg ,fl A ' ,i 5fTHOMAS PICKERING PRATT, Jr, EAE ' l:To'n,as upickss dw is W , Towson, Md. 'f WHARTON 1 S W Towson High School. Friars Senior Societyg Soccer W QD CZJ C315 Xvrestling Q23 C31 003 Track CU. :il 1 llxqlxl , HAROLD PRICE AME I' 'N CKHHZQJ l New York, N. Y. 4 WHARTON 4 High School of Commerce. . WRX i. roll: gl s1MoN PROPP WBA ll, I l :cSkipper,a: zcsiv ixh . Tupper Lake, N. Y. lllvxl COLLEGE hx Sl Lake High School. Junior Varsity Football ' 'ks - in I . ix W l 1 3 N I 5 PAUL SIDNEY PROSS 'PAQ ' 4 1g "Pete" lf Montrose, Pa. I Q Z ' WHARTON lx . Wlyoming Seminary. lg 1 l ' ll I l ALEXANDER LeFEVRE PUGH, Jr. , TBH, EKN if X 4 . Al If ll Elizabeth, N. J. il Moone 1' TNQ, Battin High. School. Vice-President and President ' t Chapter A. 1. E. E. cog A. 1. E. E. up czp 4395 ll ' x Zelosophic Society Clj Q23 CSD. I My i if ,af NORMAN soLoMoN PUSEY 52 . ulvornzss 1 ' West Grove, Pa. WHARTON 4. 1 .. W ' ' f 214.5 fig-ii life,-L 51, ffffii .1 ,'l..iQ4YQfL K ,xwkmw Page One Hundred and Five 1 1 ,-:G ,. f r 74' 1 -1 '1 1 1 .1 11 I. P11111 1 1 11 211 P 1 '1,'l1 1 Mf lf! 11:4 1 1... ., iffii G f. Ca 1 1 .4 1 . I. J. 1, 11 W ' 161 1 i 1 1 lil 1, 11112, 31 J1 . N 1 1 43 Q L1 f' I if 1 111 H s 1 - MT 1 1 If T 21 1 51 1 2 l 1 1 l' ,X1 1 LQ. 1 5 4.13 N11 . 11 1 1 11 1 1: 1 11 11 I 1 1 11111 I 1 1 1 1 1 41 ii lffj .11 11 '1 I 5. 45 , 1 I1 .1 21 1 1: 11 1 1 I1 11 ,K .L X , -Xxx' ' 'ff-'1t. -a-1' 1 1 1 --Y., --w-11-ww.--. .-Y- .-' ARTHUR HOBSON QUINN B G H, fb B K, T B H, E T, H M E will-tu Cynwyd, Pa. ' COLLEGE Lower Merion High School. Friars Senior Society: Franklin Societyg Red and Blue CZJ C335 Managing Editor C4Dg Executive Committee Phi Beta Kappa C415 President, Alpha Beta Chi C423 Executive Com- mittee Arts Association C3jg Freshman and Sopho- more Honorsg Sophomore Composition Prizeg Arts Association CD CZJ C33 C4Dg A. I. E. E. C413 Ivy Ball. MARTIN IRWIN RABINOVITCH E A H "Ma1'ty,' Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Central High School. If SIDNEY LOEB RABINOWITZ ' EAU "Rabies" 1 Providence, R. I. 1 g COLLEGE Classical High School. Wrestlixig, Junior Varsity C3Jg Varsity C435 Punch Bowl Editorial C33 C4D. . HARRY WILLIAM RALPH ' OAT V "Stretch" '11 Easton, Pa. I WHARTON Easton High School. Endowment Drive Committee CD3 Memorial Hall Fund Committeeg French Club: Lehigh Valley Club. I 1 11 '1 111 1x 11 GRANVILLE MARSHALL RAMEY TB H "Dammey" Ridley Park, Pa. TOWNE Lansdowne High School. Boxingg Compass and Chaing Undergraduate Civil Engineering Society. 1 f 1 If CHARLES WILLIAM RANK, Jr. ZZ Williamstown, Pa. WHARTON 1 Williamstown High School. 1 f v 11x '1!LUDWIIx lVI. RECI-ITSZAFEN -MAE ' X '- :sRexsa Wa1'sawv, Poland, WHARTON Maher Preparatory School. 11C AA WILLIAM FCLEMENT REGLI, Ir. scclemsa W Lansdale, Pa. Q 1 PN COLLEGE Roman Catholic High School. 1 'SITC'-if-.:1ffe1f1 I frff-1:1 :1f"'.11 iffiiff' T255 'F ' 1 1 hall 11 R11 . Nw, ,H-,-,lw, .. ,. .W A ,W ,K Wiz... 1, ., it-if-f:3i,f:.:,. ..,. YAml,,,:,iL.1.. -.---A Page One Hundred and Six we 4 ll PV l Q, It A f.. f il M. fffl 4 re u ,AA .ii .aft 1 l 14. 2.9 Nt A ': l gxi H J! l ft l ff vw w ,l Al L-1 -f at KW gm M, . c i v FA? IE, 2 ff fl ,fl .X A ftp! 5 X24 J gil J ufv J 1 WH Al M . Xt 'IF X gg Y fel ,f 3, ll? C ,llc I,:,x N ,M wi ir ... . f ': , '-'.ktliiiifft-.7-121-7.1 tit:"::gj:1'1',':ii'i2S753 ,1,j'-' ' . 1 ' g 'F -if 'Jil V,-J1 tb-" 'I '- T' ' ELI EMANUEL REICH TEQIP Atlantic City, N. J. W1-IARTON Atlantic City High School. .Red and Blue Pic- torial C21 C31 C413 Pictorial Chairman Junior Annals, junior Banquet Committeeg Senior Luncheon Com- mittee. THEODORE L. RELLER K fl' K ccTed:J Hatfield, Pa. EDUCATION Hatfield Ioint High School. Zelosophic Society C31 C415 Education Club C21 C31 C41. WILLIAM JOSEPH RENWICK "Scotty', Schenectady, N. Y. XVI-IARTON Schenectady High School. AUGUSTINE ANTHONY REPETTO "Gus', Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Northeast High School. SAMUEL DORNAN REYNOLDS TBII "Sam" Rutledge, Pa. TOWNE South Philadelphia High School. Men Avbout Towne Club C21 C31 C415 Vice-President C415 Lions Engineering Society C21 C31 C415 American Society Mechanical Engineers C11 C21 C415 Secretary C315 Engineers' Show C21 C31 C415 Spanish Club C11 C21. DARRAH ELLSWORTH RIBBLE :cRed,:: uRibss Reading, Pa. WHARTON Reading High School, Schuylkill Seminary. Berks County Club. LEONARD LOUIS RICCIO ffLe'l,5, flRiC,!, llRicy,,, Meriden, Conn. WHIXRTON Boxing Team C21 C31. RALPH HOUSTON RICE, Jr. EN Kansas City, Mo. WHARTON M .,,t-f Tk' .4-,W --- - --an -.-J .. L..- c --- rv- - -- c -- H f- W- ff -Y - Page One Hundred and Seven I 4 il W M l. F-,li 1 ll' ' X.: i Cl Eixel. IE. rv, C5 W-f' V CQ, ,. If my WU V H li., L41 ,. 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'NX Q WHARTON Q1 SX South Philadelphia High School. Picture Committee, ' Junior PYOIDQ Menorah Society. 1,1 .XI t MAHLON KEISTER ROBB E412 1YN "Nemo, .lr.,', "Cl1isel,, 3 Bellefonte, Pa. ' WHARTON 1 1 1 llellefonte High School. 1 X, 1 1 31 Nik' 1gl1.1 1 1 N QJAMESCRESSON ROBERTS 1 1 ffjimv ix A Lansdowne, Pa. 1 XVHARTON 1' VN XVesttown High School. Soccer Squad CD5 Travel Im 3 Bureau CID. Y SAMUEL J. ROBERTS KN, BFE 1 X "Sum" fx Erie, Pa. 1 WHARTON 11 Erie Academy High School. Board of Managers 1 Franklin Societyg Red and Blue Business C21 C33 11' C435 Business Manager, 1928 Recordg Endowment 1, ,11 Fund Committeeg Sophomore Vigilance Committee: 111 1 Iunior Cane Committeeg University Rally Com- 1 mittee C4Jg Dean's Listg junior Honorsg Erie County 1 Club KZJ C35 C419 Board of Governors, WVharton 3 .X Association 00. LF 1 R. Y 511 1 ,musk HARRY J. ROBINHOLD, Ji-. AXA Hg "Smoothie" ' NM Philadelphia, Pa. ' 1 N1 WHARTON 1 Germantown High School. Business Board, 1928 11 Recordg Blazer Committee 00. I1 13. 1 1 1 1 XX 1 . msg! 1 BERNARD SAMUEL ROBINSON 1 Philadelphia, Pa. we WHARTON ' K W , 11 13 1 11,1 - if 1 .1111 1191 . L ,- -W 11 , f 1, L---f ,, ,-fv,:,M -2 ff'-,,:.,l fgugiggljfg 1 'if 1 Q .C ng ,,.. ,141 11 11 Q11 11 11 11541 111111111 11121.11 1155211 1124111 my ,. L , Y, ,Z+L.,g1jjr"1" "" Tin" Y 4-Z' -.-1 ,Q 1 - ' - A Page One Hundred and Eight K' .T Y W1 3, 1 -my 1 W fzf1'fl+s:lf"?' 1114 Tl 1 r '.jf11f'F.i.':: fra..-fi Q-1 f -.1 ui-Q .fffff - l K-1 ' f --X-Ax'---...ff--L .- '- . ' ' . 1 fl , ,. '-:rv .. , - l 1, 1 1 f .gf l sf, , l .X- . ' EWU 12- ' , 1 X 1 l -' '. , Lifiil''lilflirlf'-'Fir-fx. ' ' I ' , - 1-ull 'H 'A,. I ' '.hL 1 ,N :ig A f ,YVA f:f-Q:.Q I ,,... ,ji 11 ,,,, " lf' Q4-...'.i',' "i'LT,."'1'9SQ3liz1'iF,, - ---A., ul ll-5 ' r NORMAN BUDD ROCHE GX Hfgh ffl l .N Louisville, Ky. fl , l WHARTON 'l Q ll U- 111111011 Bowl 4395 Art Eglllol- 4454 Mask and wig an 11 g31bUg4Jg3DB'I2gkt llflg Show, Dancing Chorus llvx 1 - , as . gf -FLM lfNjl 1 ll lg :tl , X 4 , J W ll ff AARON ROCKOWITZ ll, .fl El Rochester, N. Y. 111,31 1' - A W 'A ,L , I I-IARTON MWA ll il ,ll 4' . . l g fyl f . 1 lt V if N rg lf ' ll l lil A. H. RADDLE, Jr. Ml - Philadelphia, Pa. Wig 1 . ,, Xi 1: AEE WHARTON :F ,, , l 1. ,xg 'ff A Well ll , , if ll 1 5 X4 llhxl 5. l l l-' K flll. .. il ffl GEORGE ALBERT RODEMAN A I., fb N vu 9, 1 Plliladelphla, Pa. 1 A ,Tl 4 ARCH. Q , l A 4. lx 1 K 'f lf Q, KS A lil. sl lf Nl l ' STANLEY MICHAEL ROGASNER ll W, l ' Philadelphia, Pa. ' I, WHARTON X tru Baseball Squad Qljg hX7l'l2lI'tO1l Honor Roll. fgmf J PAUL ROSEN 2 T fb 5 l - l- 'X l KT Atlantic City, N. J. W ll HARTON 1 -ll E , W'restling, Iay Vee CD C42 9 Class Treasurer C495 jx f Christian Ass'n Fund: Enclowment Fqnd Comm.g -:fl l VVharto1i ASS,l1 Smoker Comm. C4Dg Iewlsh S'tlldCl'lIS Q 35521 Llalalrleqgl Cij 1335 Mellorall Q22 C313 bteerlng gl 4 1 om , vy 1 ee '. V .lf E fw ' 's 1 Yi l.-N 5 E Krall mffwsf, wi l l l 1 l l XM' ELMER LANDIS ROSENBERRY li 593. Flourtown, Pa. ll gg E, Al XVI-IARTON lik F441 Pres. Ambler High School Club cal. l ll 7113 X . - 51 ll l 'l il , I 'l lil? ,1 A f - X 1-l. 1, 1, QD131 MORRIS ROSENBERG fb E A 1431 Idgfil csMo,.l-y,:a sclzosyea 'q limgks St. Petersburg, Fla. ll! ! l " WHARTON 'lf' .3 l 4 , , In Lacrosse CD5 Musical Club Keyg University Syllr ll'-Y, 1 phony Orch. C13 CZJ. 'l 1 C lf' ll' l' 1 lvfg Y, V ' ff.:-4 1-tifffi7jf?5ff?fiS5ffga12A j.55. A W " ?i5'Lfff?'4 ' "' f"' i',' 'L -, -- 'V 5 llf "". """"" ' " ' W ' .5 AA- , 1 -:Q iff, Y 53,5 A J QL ggg. 1 . - -- A f. AMY- -7-A ..A, Y L gr.: --,.A-..-..i -MWY ,-M, T ,4:,:A..., ...-- f-Y -f,.:. .Y fn, ,. V 1,4-- vii- Y Y '- Page One Hundred and Nine .5 iv - IQ' 7 ., . L H l 4. l i W 5,512 J fl l' .fl ll lil l i Q 1 . M if f HK if . f' l dig? Y w M i V f i if A ,4 lf!! ' , 1 is 'll lN,f'4l -Y fx 'L . W 1 fi W3 W1 T l I F ' rl lqfi L Y ii M l Jfvl l l If -' 3 : yn Q11 r. ..- .Fi . . V 1 ll ,I ,il ij 1 s RAYMOND ROSOFF .X ,Q Ii, 1 L W Philadelphia, Pa. ,Q 'I 1 COLLEGE il ll Germantown High School. Swimming C115 Crew iiiil' l Squad C235 Fencing Squad C25 C-O: German Club. i Nl ill V, - .1 i Q-,Lk fl Vi JEROME H. Ross Lv fl sg ".lerr3'i, l - Lewiston, Me. l- lt WHARTON iN Iordan High School. Football Qljg Lacrosse CU: gh' XVrest1ing Squad Q2Dg Boxing 137. il-'TIE 1 u B W . ll 'NN X.. i l li . PHILIP ROSSMAN i :alll Stamford, Conn. ,Q COLLEGE fix if .Ei I . ALFRED ROTTENBERG 'P 2 A WAI!! 5 Brooklyn, N. Y. 4 EE W1-IARTON Boys' High School. - , 'x .N N HENRY A. ROLWAN, 3rfl. WT, ET, TBH :ix 3 "Spike', 3 'XX Phiiaaeipllia, Pa. 1' V TOWNE lqrqf XVil1iam Penn Charter School. Baseball Q55 Pies., i llq Civil Engineering Society: Compass and Cham Society. N RK!! Q AN MILTON RAY RUBIN Brooklyn, N, Y. W W 1 WHARTON il' M N. :LX WILLIAM M. RUBIN R CfBill!3 Boston, Mass. i 'Bs WHARTON Boston Latin School. , ll L . 'X LEON RUDER M Philadelphia, Pa. XVHARTON Q Ivy Ball. ig- xl lyk ' -ff V ------ -of A -E----f--if-, ..., . , f W ,.,,,., ,,.,,, . . "iii L if L l Page One Hundred and Ten , X vw.. f ,525 L' Ji.. 371' ' , in . lil' ir.. L W I l 1-1 ' .4 l if ,A for f Cf. if 2 i 5 l .lf lt, z K, wk ll A li t ff Wi .2 4' A Wi sip X. fT4Kg. 7,4 J? f'-f till f l N, X i S . Q ffl. 14921 L rs ,VI 1 Xlf. lf' ,' -iz' 2. C, ' ,, W-. i vm, -. i ,. J 9,4 . iz fl la,- iu, 4 If Sl I ,.. .ai 1 . 4 1 ,,. . 1 , -X ., . , N l av' ,Q 1-,Y i . .ill we will . 4 jlj N. -..l at . 34 G14 4? fi 5.1 fi' .9 it l 4 4 .gl D 3 9 45 wir: I lil 4 ljbg .X MALVIN W. RUN YON A E 'IJ "Main New Brunswick, N. J. WI-IARTON LAWRENCE BRADFORD RUSSELL Z X I "Larry," "Russ" Wellesley, Mass. WHARTON 150-lb. Crew C35 C455 1927 Intercollegiate 150-lb. Cl1ZK11l1Ji01lSlllDQ Punch Bowl C25 C35 C45g Varsity Club C45. BERNARD QUENTIN SABUL TIME "Bernie,' Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Education Club. LESTER J. SACKS "Les" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON MAURICE GILBERT SAILER "Bones" Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Blazer Comm. C45g Central High School Club C35g Senior Luncheon Comm, ARTHUR STUART SALUS 1192A "Arden Philadelphia, Pa. - WHARTON Franklin Society, Swimming C15, Varsity Squad C253 Baseball Squad-C155 Boxing Squad C25 C355 Red and Blue, Bus.'Ass'n C25 C35 C455 1928 Record, Advertising Mgr.g Chairman junior Vlfeekg Entertain- ment Comm.g Senior Luncheon Comm. RICHARD MUNSELL SAMSON Aer Noida' Bywood Heights, Pa. COLLEGE Pennsylvania Editorial Bd. C15 C25 C351 Red and Blue C35 C-L5: Literary Editor C355 Freshman Banquet Comm. C153 Treas. Undergraduate Council C455 Mask and Xvig Show Cast C45. PAUL S. SAMUELS fb E A Poughkeepsie, N. Y. XVI-IARTON Chairman Iunior Cane Comm Page One Hunflrecl and Eleven K.,-. , l ji., ., xx f Ji tar C 1 lg im, lx EY Q! .ll ll l 'fir vuqi. ui? l il ll lv l .Iso l, i No.1 . J IN Q. x v-4 4U lt! Ll fs fl .Q Rf gy Us if-I .A M l I 1 Vt , 'l ' 1 xxx Y Iii . if C i 1 ,L it ill L X . l i 3 lull A i5 IC W uxli J -z Ty, i Sli ll , ,, 'i fl' 1 . K V.7. , ' 1 .V fx . , A il A ll WT QW P52 HN. ' I l li' ll: 2 A 5 l1'? V , V. glllox' A+' HT ffl l l . V vb fix V' 2 3 1 it ' M. 3 he gf ,ff KT l' 43 i VL r ffl 1 a f CSC 1, il 2'-ef r i if 1 A. ll l L l lf fl Q nfl' jifll xl ll ll l l ll ll Ai 1 fl lu' 41 1 ' ii .k. .JA iw 1 i J. fw'l 'tl y 1 ' i L s ff'-i-Tw '75-lllbc -' X -f.-.. E'-S'-'A - C S. X 4--1-X fx -. if' . Tlgli.. 5337113-..E,.-X 1-VS C -cet.. -tgpewlflfilisfanfiaeei -Lfigggfi,a,4faf2rTijjffWffW22TTT222gg Y N e or 'H' ef 'E ' - Jr-'rr or on or Hee fsx . FYQEC 1 lat HOWARD LINCOLN SANDS EH w , l "Howie" j W Attica, N. Y. WHARTON N Buffalo Technical High School. XYharton News C4D. ll? x GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, Ir. XI' T, fl' K B ttsandyvs Newark, N. I. COLLEGE ,, , Kent School. Bzisehall C25 CID: Captain C433 Fresh- L B bll F buzps C4JFh 'N man asc a C135 cot a C CJ 3 res man Foothallg Track C433 Vice-Pres., Arts Ass'n C4J: , Sphinx Senior Societyg Undergraduate Councilg Var- sity Club. it u llglkl ROBERT MORTON SANKEY 3 H, AKK s:D0C,as c:B0ba: X l Wilkinsburg, Pa. 'N COLLEGE, MEDICAL lf- 'C lhlilkinshurg High School. Sophomore Banquet Comm.: ll! S , Chairman, Music Comm.g Iunior Promg B. C'. Hirst . Society , lx ll. TX. g ERWIN SATINSKY B E P ' YN nErv,n usattyas Philadelphia, Pa. W WHARTON ' Central High School Track Team. QX X. l ENN RL Sl l N REED HEYDRICK SAVIN i liHeydie,J lg? N Philadelphia, Pa. lx WHARTON , XV ea m Germantown High. Blue Key Society. Assoc. Chair- 1 man, International Students' Comm.g Circulation Man- ager 1928 Record. Ivy Ball. lx W W f K-V ALLEN W. SAWYER j All KAI!! R 'Q West Newton, Mass. , WHARTON ,. i. Noble and Greenough. Punch Bowl C21 C3Dg Mask l - . 5 and lV1g CZD CSD. 1: XR . J N ' EC i - he l I l, X. i NHROBERT H. SCARLETT dur A M? X Erie, Pa. fl Ng WHARTON l ll Q 'ol I r l l l l, llx ll N 'l'AEl THEODORE FRANCIS JOSEPH SCHAEFFER 3 irq: Q Philadelphia, Pa. ' TOWNE South Philadelphia High School. American Chemical ,lx Societyg Priestley Chemical Society. lik . 'x le? WYE Ja ff-xc l ll-f. Q. f -ofi ' H- 2- 094' . E L ' Q43 ll ..., Tp' to jf 515211 limi 2L3fial,lClQeilllz1l3l,l llfill Igagcmdlgiiglreg and ru-me 241, XV GH I ll 42fT'1"f. ,fflvf - H , '- -1:52 ,.-cffyff' -' is-1 f' ix -,-P . ,ff .f Eff ,, -m-. ,, ,L "fir" ,. Q" iii- f , I ,AV was v,,"'-,.' sf..LY ,V .. -. -:- DLX. ' -W ,. , L H., -cr. 1' , rg-yi.:--' 1 :Lg 111-.C " ,,.lf.,l -- ., ..,s,-- -- ,N fVllx-,, I. 1. ,9- s-'f:w Nf:s...---- --1f...:'Lfp-,.f:L-+ -' . , ,L .if l.-'W X .1 fu" " V L V'-Y ' .f i'f':L,A 'f-f1.:1'T-:X--Y-ki' Y, 4 .5 . -- rw.--.-:f Yr.- XI lar- Ill ... ,. 351 Agn 54 'If u N, . ll: N, rl ml ,qi ll l V 4 fl l fl dl V :All 4 lim ,F A l l lr lil J, f, fl IEA ,ll l Mal E ll M.. fl' f 3 f 3 f il 2,4 'll' jf Y l l 1 f QB , Q 1 ,J l xl , ,l ,S .4-l .I v 1 nr l., XA 5 x l ' DANIEL EDWARD SCHAMBELAN "Dann Philadelphia, Pa. Wy-'IHARTON Froshman Football Squafl Cljg Menorahg Avukahg Unlv. Club of Sigma Alpha Pi. CLAUDE K. SCI-IEIFLEY IPKT Tamaqua, Pa. COLLEGE lk' MANIE SCHEKMAN "Schein" East Orange, N. fl. Wx-IARTON Boxing Squad C45 "Herb" ROY WILLIAM SCHILLER Philadelphia, Pa. junior Prom Comm.g Menorah Societ S. Club. GEORGE P. SCHMIDT Nvilkes-Barre, Pa. Lf HENRY WILKENS SCHMIDT 'cHank,' Elizabeth, N. J. Spirit Comm C455 Musical Clubs C25 Mgr. Band 131, Mgr. HD. CLAIR LEO SCHMOKER C23 C35- HERBERT S. SCHENKER Overbrook. Pllilaclelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Gym Corps CID C233 Honors CD C21 C-O, WHARTON y C375 W, P. 1-1. C COLLEGE BGR WHARTON GU 5 Assoc. "Smoke" Butler, Pa. WHARTON Boxing Q21 C31 Q-lj, Captain Q2jg Newman Club C17 ll if - 1-,u1.,,g,gl.-f' v,f-QED. ... ,.....--,..,..,,..,,, . ,....-,g. ,,,,,,,,,,A . , ,,.,. -, .. . ,, Q' .. . .. . . . .M W- H, , W, H,-4 Y AMY , 2 1 e l L. I .Q dl is ssifwg 1f.f::,.w.L ,L Lx,L..isrfxv::',:,1:fi::ci':frv:. IQ 'l'1'lfD ""' ' 'iLlE1T'fL"i' Tillv' L.-,, .1-1 '- ' ' I """ - "' .N rl ' QA' HJQLLZN I-2.1 "f T .GTV , -'Sf 3 -J' :S f 1 1-1 ' " x.zSj5.'11ll Qfllffl Qeifgx Vijgklrl :U.',1,,,3 1 ll., ,Q X-... :U ll , if , Page One Hundred and Thirteen ' ul l :E 2 l ll - x l 5, E L, Cl V u vw. 1, L. ,.,, 'x Y, if Ekl? l l 'z MXH MSX F W5 sf lliyg Z la ls w la N. so Tn lf 'S Y ak. w I ll If x, ...W Q 4 I G N N0 Q il l .Xl ll l Xl ll l 4 Ll Yu or lx , Xlx 1 5,3 R V Llffzfglg sl ir! N x 1 1 xl l All .l A ,NN 1 l T' 1 M w w w w fx IME? Suit lk l , l l l 1, E ffl nf . .AL IL' PH ,i ,A lil N. Mfr? X. 1 l 151 Fwg I 'Q il 5 'Q ,, l l . .gl if ' WTF. 1 ap? lifli i LW ii li , i ,, l ull li? inf? lf' iii if Aifhi ' W il ll l Ji iii l i 3 ,lf 'ii . 5. A iflii Mi I A+. aj K Mill f " ff-1 ii W 1 . l A A i l 6,1 l J . lla fl E' Q I, J ifdl 1 l' 44 wg ii lg! fl 9 Y wi li ill? lh i if i lil ii lifel- ill if' i-Hi .31 llh l J ,Il .5 gi lhkl ,Al Y S ,wil NWN il w 'wi il i , .l l iijilffi g fo Zyl , fig Q ,fi J 1' i ' I D ' i . WV' FRED WOLFE SCHMUCKER fb 5 A Wats0ntows'n, Pa. WHARTON XYyoming Seminary. XYrestling Qljg Varsity NYres- lliug. ALFRED J. SCHNEIDER, Jr. GX MAZ95 Merchantville, N. J. WHARTON XVest Philadelphia High School. RALPH E. SCHNEIDER . 9 E Utica, N. Y. W1-IARTON Assumption Academy. GEORGE J. SCHREINER, 3rd, AE CD llSmike,79 65101039 Johnsonburg, Pa.V' WHARTON Swimming C135 Varsity Swimming CZD C353 Junior Annals f3jg Vigilance Coming Iunior Prom Ticket Comm.g Senior Blazer Comm.g Dormitory Council C133 Class Ivy Orator C4j. CHARLES HENRY SCHREYER "Charliev Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Mahauoy Township High Schoolg lVest Philadelphia Boys, Catholic High School. ALAN R. SCHWARTZ HAZ!! . +--if-Y ---w....-W-...r.T::rv - 7' .grin jg QA-Y' P '- lr 154 . REQ his l. LNX i Q RN N 1 l i ' fl- ' Fx iq N MS Il N is , :X i i N ,Y MN hgp lislidm lx.- 1X ix "V ibq qw ish? i mf' i. Philadelphia, Pa. 1 WHARTON U, XVest Philadelphia High School. Senior Blazer Comm. N ' N. if, l ri igbx CARL SIDNEY SCHWARTZ N "Carl,, H gl Philadelphia, Pa. i :RE WHARTON ' i if Frankford High School. Avulcahg Menorah Societyg Jewish Students' House. ilxx , 3 R ingfki' p 'PAQ GEORGE SCHWARTZ i Philadelphia, Pa. wi WHARTON fi? Vlfest Philadelphia High School. ix . Ai ilii-.lil E " 'W' ' E" ' ' " ' ""' """'!.,lQZqL.L.'T.l lilg...if.i'+,.TLig,t4:g4t:lx.gg:':f?'-3 1:14, .2'g.-111, E -IQ-flellr--"-if -lil' V- 721 fl- -5523: 51-f 5:'.fii-'ij ' ' , lr'-Q' . Tffii- -'14 -, r 3:31 E -fr 'flf' eiea ll f!i1Uli'U ?wi:wMihM7ffQhgMF'iiEWf55WWHh Page One Hundred and Fourteen FRANK SAMUEL SCHWARZ "Bully,' Ventnor, N. J. WHARTON MATTHEW A. SCIULLO "Matl,', "Sl1orty,, Westerbury, Conn. WH.-XIITON Fencing C25 C35 C455 Junior Cane CO1'Hl'l1.Q Innior Banquet Comm. EDWARD EVERETT SCOTT "Scottiei, Portsmouth, Ohio WHAMON ROWLAND BRADLEY SCOTT .STA "Scotty', ' - Corfu, N. Y. W1-IARTON Pennsylvania Board. Business C25 C35 C455 Scrph. Picture Comm. C255 Strategy Comm., C. A. Drive C35. J. IFOLWELL SCULL, flr. GX Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. EDUCATION Sphinx Senior Society, Undergraduate Council, Kappa Phi Kappa, P-hi Kappa Betag Football C155 Varsity CZ5 C35 C455 Track C155 Varsity C25 C35 C455 Captain C455 Vigilance Comin.j Bowl Mang Ivy Ball. JOHN ROCK SEBASTIAN 9 E, B I' E 'fiackfi "1ohnny', Lakewood, Ohio WHARTON Friar Crew C155 Varsity C25 C35 C455 General Chair- man Iunior XY:-ek: Pres., lVliarton Asslng Honors C355 Cleveland Club. MAXIMILIAN G. SECKENDORFF EX Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE BERNARD GERARD SEGAL "Bernie,, Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Debating C155 Varsity C25 C35 C455 Coach Freshman Debating Team C355 Second Prize Frazer Debating Contestg Honors C45: Cum Laude5 Menorah, Avukahg Steering Comm.g I. S. A. C155 Arts Ass'n. Page One Hundred and Fifteen ll E 'Wal l if il XTX F FAC! 5, Ps is ilu 2 wi ., N A . -x Dil it , jflxl 3 A RCW Y ,A i N C , .ii 't C 1 lf ll 9 ii 1 -ei ry li J 5. iz , ,. .1 1 X i.,xf, liek x . Nt I. i l ri Ni i DQ 1 i W QT Lil El ,,' fx- V Bi ti K ,, va. 92- Ti J I S3 sw .CB I Y v 3 , 'ri Ci, Nl i l I 5 xi l l l F , .5 :QQ ,l 1 W W5 ii in if s -if l . iii L rl - 5 i i f .L. 15 i C. . 4, l l i I 1 ll i ,ll 'i l ', 'a l l Til ,l L 'ii i ff? 1 1.4 Q' 1. fl -fl li Vli'ii l 1 , l iff? iifff i' lb ' i il l 1 l l Lil, hai ' A if? A ll wi i W lflh .l 1 l ffl' gl V A ,nl ll , AF' . l l ill hi K ffffll l KY Z Y l K 'alll li li e self? fl l Ahh' il 51 l ll l :Ki A "1 . 5, L .1 lo-, " "'Q.Qf,' 'iigx 5, ,w A.. 11 3, ' X: Q-A LA, bfi-n Y Q iffrx s,ir.-1:4 ., Y ix ---L ix:-in r :fl , . V .- ., .---.r, L J . jj.-?qffE,.4if,5,.g5,,':5,17,mfg - - -------V-V -W--. -W. .....,-....-v-.Iwi fl, MICHAEL PAUL SEGRUE SK Binghamton, N. Y. Wli.-XRTUN llingllzilnton Central High School. XYl1arton Ass'i1 Comm. CLD. . ----- -W -- - W.. . ,, .-.. i-1-.-A---A-v-- rv:-of-.-1.27 .. i, ,, . .. H., ....i -r--1 ii. -,--.-..f-..,,,,. f --mi. f .,.- -M::f -r L .ii-:L - 1 v - , ,.-mW-, lf P lh his ll Ei ll xl X Nh if lil l l iw, 5 Nl l' , AARON SELTZER Philadelphia, Pa. i if WHARTON F S Germantown High School, fl , l ll ' 1? is :iw JULIAN c. SELTZER . l ll Philadelphia, Pa. Ml ll WHARTON f K3 Central High School. XVhartou School Honor Roll.g 1' SSN Senior Luncheon Comm. ' V ky -gk 2 WAYNE LOCKE SHAFFER B911 I Y ' ilBud75 M Philadelphia, Pa. ' , COLLEGE 5 li V Northeast High School, Dickinson College. Soccer n3J. K l l UL il . RQ ' 5 'LEON DAVID SHAPIRO ,ix 3 :sLeeas Philadelphia, Pa. 1'-V 5 COLLEGE Central High School. Executive Comm. Avukah. 3 , , I ,l il l N l 4' Ah THEODORE EDWARD SHAPIRO KN fCTed5! 5 X Forest Hill, L. I., N. Y. W ll L V WHARTON "Ni E' DeWitt Clinton High School. Assoc. Editor 1928 Record. J his xi lil' ij BRANDAN SHEA ex lm "Brad" 5 N - ' ll ll lVash1uglon, D. C. ik ji WHARTON l IQ, lVestcrn High. Pres., Newman Club C435 Class Treas- l i urer C355 Senior Luncheon Comm. W , hh J W ?Ax GERALD YOUNG SHELMIRE AHE lg il "Shelly" Ki Southampton, Pa. l WHARTON i George School, Freshman Bzlseballg Soccer fljg Var- F sity QZJ C3J. If Q S . is it H5 ' f-XX V290 N . 2 2 EE.. f A A hi.i ' f ..'. ll Page One Hundred and Sixteen A 1 1 1 1,15 2 I fl rfsjg X113 1 .3551 ff 1 1 fd fl S W S7 iff 1 1 If 1'f37f.'il1 ,f 1 K V . ' 11 A 4- 1 1'f1 ii' 1 41 i1' ,- L ,X ff 1 X. 61 if T 1 A1 47 2 55' I , 1163 1 4. QR, ff 1 1 1 5? V111 1 l 1, 11 if 1 ,J 1 11 11125 lf. .Q , -lj fl lf! 112111 Jn, 1. Q33- iff G4 if 1 1 Ll .. l lllfill ROSS EDMOND SI-IRADER Drexel Hill, Pa. COLLEGE Dramatic Club C25 141. FERDINAND ANTHONY SIEGHARDT fb A T ulfonis usiggiess New York, N. Y. COLLEGE Newman Club. DAVID SILBERMAN E A M Atlantic City, N. J. WHARTON Ivy Ball. LEON SILVER 2 A IT Chambersburg, Pa. WHARTON Musical Club: U. of P. Band CID 121 C33 C452 OI'- chestra CD5 I. S. A. Cabinetg Menorahg Avukah. MORRIS SILVER ullflllllTiQ,,, "Battle", Steelton, Pa. COLLEGE SAMUEL SIMKINS Cisamii Philaclelpliia, Pa. COLLEGE Transportation Comm., Iunior Prom. VIACALDER PEARCE SINCLAIR ATA iicaln , New York, N. Y. ' WHARTON Cross Country Team CU Track CID. DONALD G. C. SINCLAIR, Jr. ATA ClD0n!9 New York, N. Y. y WHARTON Track C15 C25 cap C-O. Page One Hundred and Seventeen HARRY A. SIONSKY 3 A M Willow Grove, Pa. COLLEGE WILLIAM E. BURR SLAVIN OAT "BilIy,,' "Abcll1l,' Bridgeport, Conn. WHARTON Endowment Comm. C155 Vigilance Comm. .C255 junior XVeek Conim.5 Senior Blazer Comm.5 Chairman, Edu- cat. Comm. of I. S. A.5 Senior Luncheon' Comm. SAMUEL ALAN SLOAN, Jr. EN CIAZ53 Cynwyd, Pa. . WHARTON Friars Senior Societyg Pennsylvanian C25 C35, Bus. Mgr. C455 ViceAPres., Franklin Society. WALTER WARE SLOCUM E X E T Ardmore, Pa. ToWNE :Xue .I L lk- X. ? N SEI Ni ,en ,,l,, Nix? Nr.. :vi -l. If il f I lx' ll IS 5 2 I I Xu President, Hexagon Senior Societyg Sec'Y, Sigma gl Tau Hon Engin. Soc.5 Pennsylvania Triangle C15 Q' C255 Manag. Ed. C355 Ed.-in-Chief C455 Rally Comm. X51 C455 Chairman Comm. on Awards5 Franklin Society5 Nl Lions Engineering Society C25 C35 C455 A. S. M. E5 F l Band C15 C25 C355 Orchestra C155 lvy Ball. . xg' if ISAAC M. SMALLEY 9 A X N Ewan, N. J. V WHARTON TNQ ly FRANCIS EARLE SMITH IIKA Q5 5, ulprann .. Waterbu1'y, Conn. WHARTON f Vigilance' Comm. C25. xl: X I IVAN B. SMITH EAMQAE C selves, H is 1 Trenton, N. J. Y COLLEGE lVreStling C15 C35 C45, Jay Vee C25: Univ. Champion N' Wrestling 125-lb Class C355 junior Cane Comm. NLE? I 521 KINSLEY SMITH 'il GCKin55 X Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IARTON 'SX 11' .fox . 5. .5 It . . Y IQ. .ii. ' QQ, Qlfm 'Wfilf - QV: f, -, , El 'I fun ff L5 'E ijg 'l l1,U'fl'p lf V Il 'l 5 I ilgifll ,. .. Page One Hundred and Eighteen I l l i . l J x I l v . f rf 11 732 .JL Qi i xl I l i Q51 I' .ffl C li l ' lf if E llilf l- .Fil sm :5 er' ll il pf' lil .1 " ffl 1. ,aj Q wil i' .l l ll 1 wg f ll Hi Lid W ffl ,il ll 'S ii l ef- ,f l wil !',,. Q 1 if 5 n 1 ! ..l 4 Til lf' ,3 Q5 lf :fl will I ci l K 5 ll 1, .lfii 'lf 59 ,. F? fill' lj s 14 ll l l l. Q: I iq P: I if Q11 f , ill ir Lf' lm lx in l li 1 i i ll ll' il li A f fi J' ,il l l ,Di , ,: . . , . S .cm ---:.:f'..-f--'1,,,--r ' . . :T-T-.1 --.-H-4-fu MAURICE M. SMITH Hsmittyi' Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION South Philadelphia High School. Education Club. ROCICWELL AUGUSTUS SMITH "Rocky,,, "Smitty" Hockanum, Conn. WHARTON Hartford High School. Conn. State College. vi THEODORE R. SMITH KlTed55 Cohocton, N. Y. WHAETON Avoca CN. YJ High School. VAUGHN K. SMITH Lansdowne, Pa. EDUCATION I X-JWILLIAM H. SMITH 95 "Bill," "Smitty" Evanston, Ill. WHARTON East Salt Lake Citv High School. Golf C21 C31 C453 A-sst. Editor 1928 Recordg Sophomore Vigilance Com- niitteeg Travel Ass'ng Secretary. Undergraduate Coun- cilg Steering Comm.,' Ivy NVeek. THO-MAS JOSEPH SNEE fb E SZ, fb B K GGToIn,33 HT- 1.5! Harwood Park, Upper Darby, Pa. COLLEGE Ronian Catholic High School. Scabbard and Blade Societyg Junior Prom Comm. C355 Edward Ziegler Davis Prize, Der Deutsche Vereing Newman Club, R. C. H. S. Clubg Chess Club CD. V, V JOSEPH SNOWISS fr A :slogan Blosshurg, Pa. WHARTON Blossburg High Schoolg Senior Blazer Comm., Iunior Prom COITIITLQ Ivy Ball. JACOB ROWLAND SNYDER T E A, Z E Philadelphia, Pa. .ARCHITECTURE Bangor High School. Architectural Societyg Art Ecli tor 1928 Record, Decoration Conuuittee, Medieval Pageant CSU. Page One Hmulred and Nineteen i ,- K 2 ll XE I Lifilxi l 'Tile-. il lflbli, is W li r lv iq xl il f lisi W 5 N Qi l 'l 2 X . l lil i l i M xl N ii . -.L N, bx 21 -.Q . V: llllfi Ei l. . N4 'L NX I fr 55 f kj l fi 'B lj X, N si l Wi 'ill , i ' l ir - Xl .iq l WI . 1 f O. +5 1 f J li 1 T' " H f I lliil 4 5 in N., ll l Mxl I i i A 5 lag WAN 5, .1 l l Q ' 'fl Qixlll F-P 'il lvl: l ll Y' ., V f Niall 9 if ,, lf-QT - yi Y i ll l :if if i fr.. i. l. .lx 1 Jie! .li A 'ra Hx ,, :R 1 I w .l RICHARD M.-LRQEL SNYDER HKA 55 Sl fr-xg cczekess li , Reynolflsvillc, Pa. lf. A 2 WHIXRTON 'VXA A H35 MANUEL SOBEL lg l E "Mannie" 3 Nh Philadelphia. Pa. , N WHARTON ,l , 1 TK . XR, V-N-:xy MORRIS C. SOLOMON "Sol,', "Morrie" I Philaclelphia, Pa. ' 'N WHARTON if Swimming C155 Assoc. Intramural Mgr. C35 C45. il M GEORGE N. J. SOMMER, Jr. AE fl' Wi NN Trenton, N. .l. 'I Y COLLEGE Soccer C155 Rifle, Assoc. Mgr. 135, M-gr. M55 junior Prom Ticket Comm., Ivy Ball. RAIL 5' N- if , Ki LEONARD ELROY SPENCER lx, i "Spence" - N-X Manoa, Pa. F QQQV 3 WHARTON 1 RM l STEVEN MURRAY SPENCER A T Sl, AB X , AN "Steven K Omaha, Neb. N' COLLEGE ' C. A. Cabinet 145. " R ,E Na Re? ' lx, JOHN WILLIAM SPURDLE X-X Rutherford, N. J. ' H '? WHARTON hiv-gk Crew .150-lb. Varsity C25 C35 C45g Intercollegiate Xl Championship Crew 1359 Varsity Club. i lx ' EQ, RUSSELL CHARLES STABERN ATR nRuSty,:a c:RlLS:s Helena, Montana W X ' WHARTON I XVrestIing Squad 125g Hlharton Honor Roll C35. if xllx ll 922- fl L, , , L E, L ,c,cc -L 92 W ' 5 l ,gif E L ffl V fill ifiifi Page One HunflEeLZ and Twenty lk, ,gn 4, ,V CYRIL CLEMENT STEIN KE, ,1 wi 4 ll 4,4 -.X A I ,J iglil i mf' :X lil' ., ,fi C X lil- ,ff V R flf ai W' if 7 -H, fd 5 m I fig 'Ji-fa -Q Fl Y u l l f xii! Til lf X ll I4 5' 14 1 ll 5 li, C l Q . ff" 1 X STEWART FRANK GEORGE STALNEQCIER E "Stew,', "Stallyl' Egg Harbor City, N. J. WHARTON Egg Harbor City High School. German Club C25 C35. ERNEST STAU Cleveland, Ohio COLLEGE KENNETH RIAL STEAD P3 fl' E, B I' E Clicenfi Guilford, N. Y. WHARTON Sherrill High School. Red and Blue Business C25 C355 Advertising Manager C455 1928 Record Boardg junior Prom Committee C355 Franklin Societyg Senior Smoker Comm. BFE s:Bud:s Columbus, Ohio XVHARTON University of Dayton Preparatory. Football C155 junior Varsity C25 C455 Basketball S155 Junior Var- sity C25 C35 C455 Baseball C155 Gof C455 Captain, I. V. Basketball C35 C455 Wharton News C455 op io- more Vigilance Comn-1.5 Board of Governors, Whar- ton Ass'n5 Interfraternity Councilg Honors C15 C25 C355 Dean's Listg Newman Club Ohio Club. FRANK JACK STEIN 9 A fl' Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Chess Club. J. LEOPOLD STEIN slacks: Philadelphia, Pa. A ' COLLEGE South Philadelphia High School. NED STEIN nsteiniev Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON lVest Philadelphia High School. Crew C15 C255 XVres- tling, Freslziman Squad. WALTER STEIN Philadelphia, Pa. W1-IARTON ..lL.. . , 5 -215,4 5355- ' 5 5 wg, 1.5-gf.W Y L., ,jjggg .Y ggiijg gig Y ' 5, W.- Page One Hundred and Twenty-one 5 lm, .'.,W l VW lil, ill-lg vfylmr l Rl I ll iN fl gl. 5, ' Yi 4 i Q' .Rl hifi 1 Syl 2 l l Nix l- S N fil'r.QA gl N .M 5 :l N - Y ggi I fl 5 " AX 'lx L x i It C' lk lily 3 llelrfi' il + E ,X ill lax gli dh-5 I , J 5 lr l C Ni 1" 5 .ly 'N r, I .. , WC5 l I 5 f fi ll 'v ,l, .ll ., I fs l cl all ll 7 I' Q 1 'Sy lf' 15.1.1 , IN NORMAN LAWSON STERLING AHB HAYOTIILS, "Smooth" Crisfield, Md. WHARTON Soccer C115 Lacrosse C21 C31 C415 ffunior Prom Ticket Comm. vw., -5 in gi -N., - i. fl 23 ll Li ii 5 s 9 ifwl i' 1 'Nfl li. WQXRQC lx L' fy i U1 3 15 'task Si i., 5. All 6 1 'v .I OSCAR NATHAN STERN msn 'jfit F "Stewie" . 3 . . A ix Fl WIIIIIIHQIOH, Del. :Ml Q4 COLLEGE fl 11235 Puncli Bowl Business Board C21 C31 C41. ,i l IRVINO ROGER STEVENS, Ji-. ' KIPKXI' If Uljl "Hoge, 5 1. East Orange, N. J. WHAXRTON C Sphinx Senior Societyg Vigilance Comm. C215 Coun- rK'F,,X cil on Athletics C415 Football Comm. C415 Baseball 5 "C Comm. C415 Mask and XV'ig' Club C31 ,C415 Blue Key 5 X Society C415 Assoc. Mgr. Football C413 Mask and XVig i Show C21 C315 Assoc. Mgr. Football C31. 'dwlxi . mr'-Xl . .fs ii ANNESLEY M. STEWART 'AEG' 5 R453 Darby, Pa. f YN If WHAIITON 3 XL l AEQL mi it fxi C l 1 LESTER STONE HA fb jg GILES!! F ik WHARTON 151' 3 Xvater Polo C21 C31 C415 1928 Record5 Assoc. Chair- Ni i man Penniman Bowl Contest C115 junior Cane Comm.g ' Ivy Ball. E it r , i 2 F ikg I -- Ax ,T fi A95 J MATTHEW J. STOREY 2 QE ,RC "Mani, 55 I Jeannette, Pa. f 'V WHARTON 'QE N-5 5 . R. gi A S . . 5' is 1 nk :I ROBERT DAVID STRAUS ZBT E -Ci "Babu ll 1? San Antonio, Texas fi WHARTON F1 l Refi :intl Blue C21 C31 C41. Endowment Drive C115 5 if , Rocky Mountain Club, Taylor Society, Pennsylvania ' 5 ' lirancli. Ivy Hall. 1, Q V is T i I Alf JAY F. STRAWINSIQI 1 j I Phaiafieiphia, Pa. N l i I' xi COLLEGE lp X' . l l'Q 91 if . ,A as mil - - E- - - f--- -V3 - A--1---M A A---A ,H-44-7-M v-f- f-I -R,--A----.TEX 5 Qi livi - f ' 1' ' - ' fzggj' . 'Y H , ff:fS1'f:3Til1l:.ffff'TT? ' ' "Wi - ' -we-f -- - -- A - --Y . . - --- -- fy ---- 1, .- - - .Y V- .-Q,--4' C.-.--.-Sf. ,V -.gm-y -H-WT . . . . . ,T .5 - V, , . 1 . 5 Li ,i, Mi , ,ii . f 5 . 55 i . 1 I.-75, ,ii 1 ,lil I 3.5,jiy! V ,ww . i I M i I 5 , l fi 1 s 5 J 5 5 fi -. . . i... . 1 . .T ,. , ,J i .. .. ,. .,.L- 1. I .gi i f .- 1' f .. ii , ii . V. A i . . wi iv 'gy i. ii, i-1 .,-A i. :ed L -M A.-'Y :-- ii Q '-4 1,2 ,. T 1 . 1 . ,.,,,r . ..hA. .,.. QQ., Page One Hundred ,rand Twenty-two ,5' isrg . 'Y ii .wi f vi M ' -:gi . ' 4-ir i . ,Jil C if ij l ll li li 1 ,, . l il . U l il .3 l . ,wi . A. I . if . lr i if fig. 'il i' J lil ll 1 ii -:Zi lf' .Q . i. I ,. ,i it i .,- ' .L .l' ifriv fl i ' li is ' ll 'lj Jilin lfwgi' EIL 1? il l N, l My i ,ll"'il'litl ff 3 Q ii il .wi fl is i li 'J l li iizl Liff' M. il H .i . i ' , rl 2 1 ll ii Si ,fsmii fi il xi. .,n:S?1 lf-:ii gif . ll xl if lf A i' Iwi ,foil it AL' r .5 ,nfilvl .f l MI ill: A i' i hi A AKA 5, ,f Ji' i iivdli I l fi as I H if li 5 it ljlfgf i 565 fi' H ll H52 . Q I.. V DONALD C. STREEVER 'I' EK Ballston Spa, N. Y. XVI-IARTON JOHN TODD STUART, Jr. A T 9 Gflackii Trenton, N. J. W1-t.nrToN Trenton High School. XVrestling Sqnarl CU C215 Vigilance Comm. QZJ. ALBERT ANTHONY SURJNA Ellcland, Pa. COLLEGE glanslielrl Normal Schoolg Miami University, Oxford, hio. RICHARD E. SWART 3 A H lGDick77 Upper Darby, Pa. WHARTON XVest Pliiladelphia High School. EDWARD JOSEPH SWEENEY "H. R. H." Atlantic City, N. J. WHARTON Atlantic City High School. Aero Club, Secretary CLD. LUFAY ANDERSON SWEET E X I C5Fay37 Pittsburgh, Pa. COLLEGE XVest Philadelphia High School-Transferred from Dickinson College CU. Iunior Varsity Football C25 C305 Kite and Key Society CSM Blue Key Societyg Vice-President C455 Assoc. Editor 1928 Record Boarilg Cross Country Team C455 Varsity Track OU. STANWOOD CHANDLER SWEETSER ATO "Stan" Woolaston, Mass. WHARTON . Stone Cllostonj. Sphinx Senior Socictyg Crrw CID C23 C31 C415 C. A. Cabinet C32 GD. WALTER H. SWETTMAN 9X Hazleton, Pa. ARCHl'I'EC'l'L'ItI2 Page Ono Hundrvrl and Tivcnly-three l 7 l ,xx it Q .i.,q I fl I !, ll Q l ill 5, ll is ,ft if ilitf V32-fx 4 i ri 'tk 4 I9 'l 'l i all 'Z " li l Xi, I I XV, N AN i X l ii,x 1 ii, MQ if li il- J Ili wx it X 5 4 mf A JL y . .xr ll U agp iw i V it fi Vigil: 1 FW, l si il it lj li 1 ifkiiii vii .li I 1 lf F7455 il 1 yi iii il, fb. i i lil it lift! il if ii R . if ,V ' l .rl ii lil 'l xlflk li' if ' ii.. l 1 i fl' ii i i ii Tl il X i4, 1. Q. l 4. llfllll 1 4 W ' . l HE, lflg ll 5 Z .5 . iii? 14 W-,,f," 1 l :x if x if ll f 114. fs. E lfiaifl NJ I I If ' Fl li If -fy I I lr ll L ,Al 'M If r sell f' I, 1 llf of ll All l ifrfll Ls ll Ill llf' fiff li, l. fy Q5 1 ll l' , N V in ' , I ll ., ,, '. 'l .N l 14 l 1 ' . fl JULIUS E. SYCLE "Jules," "Jule', Cleveland, Olxio WHARTON llzxsclmll C153 Ohio Clulmg Cleveland Club. EDWARD A. TALBOT, Jr. B STI .fEd,, East Orange, N. J. WHARTON Sphinx Senior Societyg Assoc. llgr. Crew C3j, Assoc. Mgr. C435 Pennsylvanian Bus. Board CU C25 C33 C413 Red and Blue Bus. Board C21 C35 C415 Soph. Smoker Comnrg Chairman All-Univ. Dance Comm. C4jg Blue Key Society. HERBERT BRUCE TASHJIAN Pllilaclelphia, Pa. WHARTON Baseball Varsity C25 C33 CAD, Freshman: Varsity Club. GEORGE EMERY TAYLOR E 111 E Gloucester, Mass. WHARTON WILLIS BUSBY TAYLOR CCBus,!7 if-Ioeii Chatsworth, N. J. WHARTON I Xll7REDERICK A. TI-IIERGARD "Ted,H "Lumber,' Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON SAMUEL GEORGE THOMAS CGSam99 Port Kennedy, N. Y. WHARTON HAROLD M. THOMPSON "Tommy" EDUCATION Orchestra CZD. Page One Hundred and Twenty-four l A ' 1 A. l flue' ,Asif 21 ii ' 1 ir r I N ui iii' .Q lfgkjl if i N ' . ll! Vli KI il Ei ,gli if! ii Vi' ii ' U Ui wi nifi .ffl if-'ll i i il i li r 5 ,, ix-fl? Mir ll i, ii 11.1. V1 .rx 5 if i El 5 Mir We . +5 iii Wi? ffl 5 if 33 Qing' sf' 1 iii A ii K Q i iilofhipy lol JI il: 5 iflil-5.1 if Miki 12, CT rl Qi ffj. EA: E ,jail 2 f 4 Mg i ii ii i Mr il 1 f .. 1 -""" xi ii 'Vi 5: I 1 . iii 1 ' hifi' W ffl ' ir' Qi' JOHN ANGUS THOMPSON ccjackn Brooklyn, N. Y. WHARTON Polytechnic Preparatory. MURRAY FORST THOMPSON fI1B K Overbrook, Pa. Conuzcu Haverford School. Philomathcan Soc. C23 C31 C4p, Moderator C4D. JOHN DANIEL THOMSON K A flv ccT0mmy:s Holyoke, Mass. - WHARTON Holyoke High School. Swimming CD. RICHARD K. THOMSON KZ ccDicksa Brainard, N. Y. XVI-IARTON HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER Z B T s:Tiefss Milwaukee, Wis. WHARTON Riverside High School. Pennsylvanian Bus. Board C21 CSD C415 Red and Blue CD C2jg Editor-i11-Chief 1928 Recordg Secretary Franklin Society C4Jg Endow- ment Drive Cljg Penniman Bowl -Comm. C2Dg Me- morial I-Iall C455 Wisconsin Club C21 C31 C4Qg Rally Comm. C413 Deanis List C4Dg Ivy Ball C4J. JOHN LESLIE TINGLE "Tin-ear," "Lean ' Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE Vxfest Philadelphia High School, C. E. Societyg Engi- necr's Show C3D C455 C. E. Baseball Team. CAIRO DAKIN TRIMBLE KZ "Trim,' Princeton, Ill. WHARTON Culver Military Academy. ROBERT ORCUTT TRUMAN A H E f6Bob75 Owe go, N. Y. WHARTON St. Iol1n's Military Academy, Manlius, N. Y.g Owego Free Academy. Scabbard and Bladeg Manlius Club Page One Hundred mul Twenty-five l wi 'ill 'I ll' i ll I' 5 J i li ax fb 'YU 5551 I ii 'lf Q ii xi Billie I 'bs 2: ,EY-'wh i lvl il . .ii sri Tl x Vik 9? i i Qi xii ii I' J N px ilml .1 X' . l il I 1 YS. I .IX .ig I R52 lfxt N 1 I E .5 NR iihimfn if RAT. 1 ii I .JRR r if .ii V- i if if 'i J 11 kd I 9 i ii i ix I il . WN ., Q ff' Y .X X W T !i 1 '1 .1 l l l A 'Q , ,l ql Jil , fi, Q -A.1"1 1' .- 1 l XMI 1: V1 il Qflleil .1 'W 1 1 ll l 1 V 1 IE 159 ogy ll 'vll ill' 1 1511 W 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 fgi llzffl l im: Ml l1M ffl' A REQ r W 1.1141 I1 Q 1 1 llM 111 1,1 1,9 ifirfll 1 IQ' of-lf 1' Cl H l l 1 1 f 3,4151 AGRI N1 i I 15,5 3 'N I Citi i ll Q W 1 1 l 1l " 11 1 1- .1., JOHN LUTHER HOFFMAN TRUNK SA ajucko Chester. Pa. WI-1,xnToN .-Xero Club C-U: Band 1,15 C25 C33 Nl. CARLYLE MCINTOSH TUCKER 911' 'P "Carl" Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Member Interracial Comm. C3D. FRANCIS JENKINS TUCKER, Ir. Adv Moylan, Pa. K TOWNE Hexagon Senior Society: Penrisylvanian' Editorial Board CU C25 C33 C455 Pennsylvania 'lriangle Edi- torial CZJ C335 Alumni Editor C4jg Amer. Soc. Mech. Engin. Clj C27 C3D, Sec.-Treas. C4D. ROBERT NEAL TULLER iCB0b 9, Leesburg, Fla. CHUIN TUNG Mukden. China Chinese Student Club. HOWARD TURKHEIMER, Philadelphia, Pa. RAY WENDEL TURNER Manticolce, Pa. Senior Luncheon Comm. KIRK C. TUTTLE nTut,,, ffcubev Tulsa, Oklahoma EXBFE WHARTON ARCH. Jr. WHAIiTON A .72 fb fl' A T WHARIQN Reta Gamma Sigma award for outstanding Freshmang Tennis CU C3Dg Boxing Sciuad C2jg Punch Bowl C215 Innior Annals, Managing Editorg XVharton News Assoc. Editorg Dorm. Rep.g Junior XVeek Comm.g Aero Club C4J. l1 LA IN., ri - .LL . ,.1 1:1-1-'w22?1.:':7.?:-A '1'--J L krfv--as 5,- 1- N1 T: 1 1 - Y , U .Cy I: "1 . 'Ki ,X .1 N 1,5 V lk li li In 5 i 1- VX1 WX51 1, 1' ll . l gl X1 . 4 lllkl 1 1NN 1 . lx l EJ T' 1 li 1' ll A 1 1 Wi -X 1121? , 11' I El I l N1 1 ' N Q1 lim U 1 I I "l 1, Ang A 1 1. 1 , , IN l l '1 l 1X1 l l K+! 2 xl 1' Moi we 1:36,-Xl 1,' RE 1 I .5 'NN l .Aix 31 .l 1R4l QL N 1 TH ,, l ELC EH? 131.1 .Nl ll 11 1- 1 Nl Ao nf lll ' m Page One Hundred and Twenty-six A131 :dl 1' l l m 1 ,- 4.-" f- -. -:. ' - F 221, . Ty' 'N I I II w I II I II I I II II I VIIYQIII :XQSIII I II I If I IMI , W. If -T YI -'i III I' 'II I .KI I I, II I I 1 'I I' II I IPI' I I' Ii 'II II I :II I II I III I I IW P' II 4-I If Fi? HI I U I ,AFI I Q R. L 3.43: V ICI I I I I :KJV If I I fgf2II I II ' fi? Eflgqfi I I I II ,XVI QITIII 'I H IIII I II MII WI If If If If? YI If F I I,,I4I If 9' I' ,rim kr: I I I I ,I I IQ QI I I, I IL 4 I I IJIIIZ ' -'II II , X ,N SYDNEY R. UDITSKY E A M fisidf, X Germantown, Pa. I I WHARTON unto. I-IANS PAUL UMBACH EH Forest Hills, L. I. W1-IARTON ROBERT RYERSS VALLEE A Z fb, A X E, lCB0b?9 LI ,H Philaflelphia, Pa. I TowNE Alembic Senior Chemical Societyg Lions Engiri. So- Clefyi Prrestley Clubg Engineefs Show C455 Priest- ley Club Show CZD. JOSEPH F. VANHORN fl, A T Philadelphia, Pa. 1 WHARTON Newman Club Sec. C25 C3D, Pres, OID. WILLIAM RODDEN VAN METER AX E "Van', Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE FCl1Cil1g CD, Varsity C21 C33 C435 Half-share of Phi Qamnia Sigma Prize for Soph. Englishg Priestley Chemical Club CU Q23 C32 C435 Philomathean Society. MORRIS HARRY VERNICK "M0rrie', Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Chess Team CD5 Chess Club, Secy. Team. .IULES THOMAS VOGEL nwlhiteysa Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Crew CZD C35 Gljg St. I'aul's Cup XVll'lllC1', 1926 and 1927. HARRY P. VOLDOW .IVOIH Pliilaclelphia, Pa. XVI-IAIITON Page Onv Hundred 'mul Turerxty-seven I I I I .IIII II I IIPQI II III? II 'I WI III IM I I ix' X, I lk x IIE. QW ' ,I II me I I5-. 1 I 1 II I II III I KI ,I I ' -iw? IKE' Q. is Inv, I III: ' I I ,I I II I I I I XIII yn if II IIPIQI H I III I II I I INI I f 1' I A Imxli IIIII: EY I I I I I I 1 IXII I I 'IE XJ , ... xx IBKII 1. li:-.x-.II I III I I 'II RI I I I II I' AI In IL' 3 IRIN, lj I,3gI I I I I I -FII II I I' 'WPI It X IL PIIYQ, I 'fi ,I I I I X III IIIIIII I IXJKI I I,-'N ,IL AQ? FI , I II III II I If 'I I I II SE 'ff i IQ II II 'Ii' II I I I 'I II I I 5 I, I III' II I I II I II' Vx. mf., Im . -, 'I I III I I I' I . I I , If I I RI EARL STANLEY VOLLMER BAE Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Nortlwast High School. Varsity Soccer C453 Iunior Varsity C355 Varsity Clubg Northeast Club. E FREDERICK O. WAAGE fl' B K, H 5 'I' GIF,-ed!! Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Bethlehem High School. Zelosophic Society C25 C453 Treasurer C35g Classics Club C35 C45. E LAUREN CE A. WACHTEL s4Lar1,y:s Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Wlest Philadelphia High School. Soccer Squad C25 C35 C455 Class Numeralsg Freshman Smoker Comm. LA RUE S. WAGENSELLER ZH Cfwaggyp Cf-Buddy!! Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE W'est Philadelphia High School. Soccer Cl5g Soccer Comm. HOWARD EVANS WALKER C5WeD9 Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Wlest Philadelphia High School. Soccer Cl5g Soccer Numeralsg Third Varsity Soccer C25 C35. RAYMOND PITMAN WALKER CGHOOIEBJ Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON XVest Philadelphia High School. Football 1 C25 C35 C455 Basketball C15 C35 C45g Baseball C15 C35 C455 Varsity "P" in Basketball C355 Varsity ' Baseball C35 C455 Eastern and Quadrangular Championship C35. HPI! 111 League RUSSELL. THOMPSON WALKER Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE Germantown High School. Vice-Pres., Student Chapter S. A. M. 12.5 C. E. Council C15 C25 C35 C45g Men About Towneg A. S. C. E.g University Band C15 C25 C35 C4-5g Engineefs Show C25 C35 C45. EDWARD JOSEPH WALSH Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON St. Thomas' High School, Scranton. Cross Country C23 C35 C453 Tfmk C25 C35 C45- f - --A f s if- -1, ge:--5 rua' 'Q i,.-Ci' . C : . C- , . ki , l ..l ix ,, it lv: lg vamfl' -. 4 rl . . 1 ' 41. ,lr it i. .pl xl .1,l,,:,4 ' l . .,l g ,:. ,i All lj li .l ll 5- li Page One Hundred and Twenty-eight ,P P he I HIL? Aki, iv . l L.. , . . L .-.,.11L,.:42Qf.E 2.23. , S! -. -x f ., Ck ll-.E HN ll lm fl X. 1 lil l Th , X ass' X 51' CN gt . wp ll lm AF l NN i tl lxx 1 ' N C , ls R W F X Xl 453 Bill l l S l i NN Air ti s 5 it ' l N XX it l Nl lax E N, 4 '5 in 1 1 il . l l . l l fb, . XA as la lt. lg xl .1 X l C . if it J ll QQ. l ls! l fill A .l,e: I li i ll w i .ff ,, .. .. . A l, IN? wi m 3 5 ,lf 2' H E 4. I I V W I I "vi J lp- L if 'r x 1 V Y 54 I l w A l I 1 4 is Q x 6 ..,-...rS:, K in l? or A I 3 I ,i ,fr K "I 1 V Q lfk r 5' , ll. H' ll 1 If ll 1 . 1' for '. gi x 1 rl. F U 1 ."' if 1. L ..: ivy, .M i lvl M. lf y lil if Q fm.. . M- fi l,, .A fly 1. Tc l QA l wx 'W ,, w JOHN G. WANDELL "Windy,,' "Dutch" Allentown, Pa. WHARTON Iunior Cane Comm.g Lehigh Valley Club. WILLIAM I-IAMLIN WANDEL K A CI: c:Bill99 Pittston, Pa. WHARTON Blazer Comm.g Luzerne County Clubg Orchestra Qljg Baud CID CZJ C31 C435 Senior Picture Comm. JACK A. WAI-'EN i6JaCk7l Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATION Education Club. S. REID WARREN, I r. T B H, H K M CIR-eidlf Lansdowne, Pa. Moomz Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Scabbard and Bladeg Moore School Recordg Sec'y, Student Branch, A. I. E. E.g Society of American Military Engineers. DXALFRED WASCOLONIS fl' A T "Waskey', Plymouth, Pa. COLLEGE Eriars Senior Societyg Varsity Football C21 C35 MJ. RICHARD HADLY WATERS Torresdale, Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Honors C255 Frankford High School Club Q2Jg Chess Club CZJQ Aero Club 143. SAMUEL ELIAS WATOV CDAE "Futsy" Trenton, N. I. COLLEGE EDWARD GEORGE WAY, Jr. A547 HEJM Asbury Park, N. I. WHARTON Football, ,Tay Vee CZJ C33 Q4jg Circulation Mgr., Freshman Handbook 133. Page One Hundred and Twenty-nine -i 'Y B. , ga ls," gil tl i 1 4 B 1,5 C ROBERT LE ROY WAY A S fb Wg ugobw .- Asbury Park, N. J. WHARTON Asbury Park High School. Advertising Manager, Fresh- FQ A man Handbook C355 Intramural Sports Manager HJ. if so li lil l l ixil 5 CYRIL DENNIS WACNER SAE New York, N. Y. WHABTON ' YUM li A 1! X-Xl! , , W f l X LESLIE AMIEL WEBB l SGLes,55 lKWebby!9 ' 6 X Philadelphia, Pa. Q l WHABTON if TM Germantown High School. Honor R011 C355 Uni- .SS W versity Symphony Orchestra. if iw! lx WALTER D. WEIKEL ll gp ::Mike:s 'Kei-tvxu Philadelphia, Pa. i WHARTON Germantown High School. A. S. M. E. C4jg A, I. lg E. E. 415 423 435. A l gxxi ll 'X ...lil DAVID GILBERT WEINER ccTexas g ll Philadelphia, Pa. . . N COLLEGE Northeast High School. Chess Team, Ci3fJf21il1j Chess Club. ,xl l if Aki MAURICE JACOB WEINER ccMOevs 'Q Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON l 5 South Philadelphia High School. Boxing C335 Hon- ll ors C25 CD. L sxli ily i . I5 Nl JOSEPH WEINFELD E ,mil Philadelphia, Pa. 31 WHARTON l' Frankford High School. I l R , x ik-: HYMEN WEINSTEIN 1 4-KX :sHyrn:s Y Philadelphia, Pa. N COLLEGE X11 l Central High School. 'lx Ls.. ....,Y-p.:s, -wsas--.,i..irsI.gT.... W12192:i.142:1Q22LTi.f..ii'J-.L. l-. .. . -.-H .. ' Page One Hundred and Thirty .l- s-Y-----.Q -- iv-A ? . w or 5. W X , i , , , .r t : ' 1 'l l ll ' 7 i l y I ll f PQ 'i l ll l ll ll, ,,1 If lf, llwlg f' '31 . -ll fl H- " ,i f ff' l f , Wil i. J l M inlmbll L' Mi f L l il E ilgixgi ire? f --'Jfli lf nfl l .,,, . W l gl ii I V Ml, ll' in fig! 'F Sf? 'il I ffl f ll x li Mill 'i if ll ll 2, I y I ,lfl 1, f ifl f will IM? 5 " fl il ll ll: i it J ii f' Q li ll H 5 ,S e . , Y 'Vli B I Pl l ll l, l f , wt' ' ' i I ll ff '77 " JACK L. WEINSTEIN tsJaCk,77 tcYak9? Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Cane Comm. C305 Picture Comm. 1393 Banquet Comm. C555 Blazer Comm, C4jg Menorah Societyg Ivy Ball. MORRIS MORTON WEINSTEIN "Morryen Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Fencing Squad. BENJAMIN WEINRACH "Benn Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTQN V WILLIAM WENICK "Bill" Philadelphia, Pa. W1-1An'roN Football CD5 Iay Vee C25 Q35 C4Dg Silver Football C23 C33 C455 XV'I'65tllllg Squad 125. HARRY EUGENE WENNER "Chick" Scotdale, Pa. WHARTON Menorah Society. GERALD BRUCE WEST . Z XI' "Gerry', Germantown, Pa. WHARTON Sphinx Senior Society: Soccer C25 CID, Captain C-0, Captain Freshman Teamg Germantown Friends School Club CID Q25 Q35 C-0. ' HARRY HOWARD WEXELBLATT Philadelphia, Pa. CORNELIUS N. WEYGANDT fb K E Germantown, Pa. Moons Swimming, Manager CSD. Page One Hunzlrcrl uml Thirty-one ALBERT CONRAD WEYMANN, Jr. HAZ!! Philadelphia, Pa. WHARTON Germantown High School. Iuuior Annals Boardg Junior Banquet Committee. Deau's List, Newman .Clubg Mask and XX-'ig CBJ C-0. ALBERT LOUIS WERTHAN TEH Nashville, Tenn. WHARTON GUY PRESTON YVHARTON ' Brooklawn, N. J. WHARTON HOWARD STORMS WHEELER KA Batavia, N. Y. WHARTON JAMES WELLFORD WHITE 5 'PE "Fats" Richmond, Va. WHARTON Iolm Marshall High School, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. PAUL VAILLANT RANDOLPH WHITE "Paulus" Jamaica, N. Y. COLLEGE St. Paul's School, Garden City. Alliance Francaise Medal, Cercle Francais Q05 Dramatics CID. WILLIAM SHERWOOD WHITE A43 66Bill55 Philadelphia, Pa. Moomz Germantown High School. FRED WIGFIELD, Jr. UAE Steelton, Pa. WHARTON , i . ll' 'l Page One Hundred and Thirty-two l .mi lE'l:1ft 1 1 W tl W, t 1 lx , . l ll ,c , fl ll ll x 'il Xtw V 1, 1, li Nil ' --t lt Q 1' fl I 'ill Nl ,vw it ,l l Y l l l to l A55 my rw U l tw ki tl L A Ei I ,i X. ll l' 'Qi l all PM 1, .QS N ,E ,. tiff? w .fx 1 'law H l Elwfll l EW I .W E lvlliiril 3 N mlm l l Q C l A l ,t I ml ? - Ki, ,il I, l 1,il,..Lll 1 - rf?"-l It ll, ?,'l 5 5' I l' ' -rl '4 ll' xi f:'if" lj 1 ,Ss Q l X, A' ANTI? N ty X :TQYZFQWGT f ali J- FH ,fr ' -:ow-I--,,f.g ' Sv..-k,-,' ,,4- v -ix L f-,fi?xJfb-. fl: ,,.f1"" ' u s..-ff 'N V-. 1-.. .1-L, 1- - . I fi . w:5f'N- Y EFX X mfs f5"'KXS..,, , 1 I '- Q. 1. ic . lf .LA f. 5 .' 'SL'f.fS?' "' X' ' 'xi-'f'.If5iX ,af - -1,53 1 ,f-xref' 1- 4 I'.n.,i1ZL2Q1..ff.f,-...W -.A-nf, if .1 .-.aff . T ' 5 .5 ' , ,L i.f2v.- Xb- ,f,i,.,,.,.,.,,i..W, A eq. S " ' , ,. 7 . . 4Y-- ..-. L V.. , s 'A wk , E Ei If 1 if if , 'XI -,-znnxii wha HIM' Iwi .1 .y. Ir 1, iw 1, ,,., nil i . , '1 V -1. 1. .1 . 1. I i 'ij Ijf. I .,' WZ' I I I I ., I 1,5 ik. ,. 5... IJ' I I f I+' 1' I A f I X. ,cl . I! . I U 1 I lf, I fy, f. Q I iff elm. I . r If -me . e. . 'il Vg", V1 I f ll I Ificri 1' -N ,f S. mul' 'f r' U fl 1 i . i I I II, if H, 5 I I I Ky: 151 1 I I " 'X' " -D YV.-. .. .,.. Y Y YHRD ..e:eiL4! Y,,Q,J,, ,.,- CHARLES LUTHER WILBAR, .Ir. 'FKT "Charlie" ' Philadelphia, Pa. COLLEGE Zelosoplxic Society, Sedy C25, Treas. C35, Vice-Pres. C35, Pres. 1355 Green Lane Counsellor C25. CHARLES HARVEY WILLIAMSON Binghamton, N. Y. I WHARTON DEAN CAVIT WILSON EN Coraopolis, Pa. WHARTON JAMES ALEXANDER WILSON GX lCIim79 Ciobbov ' New York, N. Y. W1-IARTON Lacrosse C15, Varsity Squad 125. SAMUEL FRANCIS WILSON Philadelphia, Pa. WH.ARTON Soccer Squad C15 125. HOBART RICHMOND WIMBLE AZT "Habie,' "Whitie" Auburn, N. Y. WHARTON ROGER ALLEN WINTERS ..i5Rog97 East Orange, N. J. WHARTON Junior Cane Comm., Smoker Comm., Banquet Comm.g Musical Cluhg Glee Club C15 Q25 C35 Q45. WAYNE ALBERT WITTE "Curly,' Philadelphia, Pa. TOWNE Assoc. Member of Sigma Psi Societyg Pennsylvania Triangle C453 Am. Soc. of Mech. lingm. Q15 L25 Q35 1455 Men About Towne Club Annual Show C45. Page One Hllllfll'Gd and Tllirty-Ihree 4:17-'ffr--Qsf' '-i' --' I ,- E1 ' ' . -fr ., i .fr U A ..- '1 .fr 1' '.kN5'.--, 1, -' .11 "Q --.Tj l,, 34 QW f' 1, h.. , 1. I A ig, W1 L" H , f".gLg4..."- ""ZiQsai43i4S.-T X- - I " " 'A' fr" X' ' 3' -.fa V ,Q f H ' fr"-f' I -.,.4 -1 if .ff-- 1,5-fa.. ,...-. V-.-ni... ,.... f.....am-mi-.q..i,5..,.,,,,,,,,m,,,,7,+ ,V Y - V - . W -r - ir - YF- -f----isa?-Lfiigif' V a Qin-. .. 1 I, - CJ ' l ROBERT WITTER L5-Eff' "Bob" Rlanslield, Ohio WVHARTON Friars Senior Societyg Undergraduate Councilg Gen- ' P x : - eral Chairman of junior lVeekg Steering Comm. Ile- ' L ' A morial Fall Fund Driveg Pres., Christian Association E 3 419- . C Ph. is WILBUR H. WOLF KA4' N f A Brooklyn, N. Y. N ' ' WHARTON A , Y 0 ' i ' l f WILLIAM s. WOLF ABT i M ii-' l ulfouyea , , ' '-.C Cleveland, Ohio. ' l , I Af WHARTON 'X iff. Q. Shaw High Scl1ool. Vice-pres., Cleveland Club C45. ' SEI f JL X 4' Tl l l DONALD MINUSE WOOD SAX '1 . X "Woody', 1 'XX ' 'VL Garden City, N. Y. i Y WHARTON .1 'ij li 2' Saint Paul's. Tennis Cl5g Business Board, Pennsyl- ligx, if l 1 ,, vanizzn C25 C35 C45g Business Board, Red and Blue 5 li U il C25 C35 C495 Memofiai Hall Drive comm. . C lk. . WC. Y g if A lf' 1 C -H 'U CI Q :R ' A i X 4' ,oil - ll lj l HARVARD C. WOOD, JR. ATA l l llflfl "Woodie,' ix L , -1 5 X l lf Lansdowne, Pa. i NQ . sl TOWNE lv lf ,fill Lansdowne High School. Pennsylvania Triangle 4 rl ' . l W Ii bl C35 C45 J , A , ll RALPH ILIFF WOOD A-24' X Ii "Woody,, w -,, J N C T5 Media, Pa. Aw f ali: ' TOWNE Cl! ll Media High School, Iunior Annals C355 Capt. Towne ' 1 Comm.L Memorial Hall Fund Drive C255 Vice-Pres., W l Student Chapter A. S. C. E.g Pennsylvania Glee X ff-5 Club C25 C35 C455 Men About Towne C35 C455 Or- L Yi chestra C355 Musical Club C35 C45. E 1' 1, l TMA l i l L- Vgr 5 EVERETT WOODRUFF lm T fig? "W'oocli'e, Zevi' if LN! l? Avon, N. J. I V XVI-IARTON lx Asbury Park High School. MARCELLUS EUGENE WRIGHT, JR. CDK 11' R N , li, Q Richmond, Va. 'AX I ARCHITECTURE 3 M 1 Iohn Marshall High School. Hexagon Senior So- A ' cietyg Lacrosse C155 Pennsylvania Triangle, Editorial I C355 Circulation Manager C453 Vice-Pres., Fine Arts 5 Class C153 Sec'y C25, Pres. C355 Rally Comm. C453 K I Clirrri., Igylftone Comm. C45g Undergraduate Coun- l NX ' ci g vy a . - f 'rw N K ld p T f T I ll -'L I' 'ti TQ-r - vm-1 ""6W"1'-ff--5-A--ff.. i5v,o.t.mu,Wx-wir-r-'nm-ri--..,.,l, .t.-.r. 1 xasrnrxxixwxxxxxxxixrwxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiamytyaxxxxWxxxxxmmuxiLnwuxmmmiCt.uiirrrxt5-nxC Vn, tt-.. ...wLgC-Y: - :L Till' CVJW .W X gl, .nr Fog V -' I If N V . - V .- A -C5 .W ' ' was I T. . ..s.5... YL. is-i lil M 9 EJ film Wil EER W Wl m w Page One Hundred and Thirty-four A9 . 1 ill ' 3 lx 'R l S 4 7. L 1 l , ' x . N . , FWF, n .. RQ 1, S . .,,.,r , . , Fe rifle' Ng, S. fc fy -V ll.: .. R. U 1.: 3 .A , 'n 411957 4g-r K NNN -f-' ' , A .Q fx fp" '- -f-f'ff""" '43 'N mr jp le -i?41?5x,rrfLLg: D'f'-XA, .if.lff.,,w Af'--N, mm,v,""m"'h'-"""'"""""""'"H------... ,Mlm-vuwvqtiiu mam-.mn 1 .N , ,.. . U.. .,. .. AQQAA: , hmmmmummwwmilmmvmx-wwmW,V,,,,,i,...M-.f.,:i,.mn1'3v'1r-rn-.1-.ww-n-a-vt-3,K 1 R A A A A - -so R so E R -A RRRR R so R- A--'-----M-R--Egg. A 'Nxxyx 5 li U MP gg Q 'M l" T fl l PAUL BYRON WYANT GAX J . X A Clarksburg, W. Va. f N W1-IARTDN ll fl 1. l N li R l A N I I I SAMUEL YATES QA 'l X' Rochester, N. Y. Nly Y li A XVI-IARTON WN-33. F , Baseball CD. xg il ' I l ' 5 ll Ari I '1 ll! , Wil fi CLAIR ALFRED YEATON AT ' ,ARM if c:Reds: HAHH M W KQL1 5 Amesbury, Mass. ,N 'N 'T j 3 all - ' WHARTON NX Qfl lV.1.lCl'OSSC CID, Varsity Squad C4Dg Red and Blue C25 QQ lu. gl can co my .3 A l , I' Q' l -f 3 ELM D. RAY YERGRR J. f RJ 'APM R N l li-2,11 ' Souderton, Pa. . milf' if 5 EDUCATION U4 -A Scales Society V131 C4jg Education Club C25 C33 C453 M , Zelosophm Spclety C25 Q4jg Glee Club QD CZJ C33 Y V Q lv C4j' D1-amatlcs C25 C3D. ' ' 1 fill , N521 A wif wg '7 KG Q will A F 1 l icliwi , E ' A XVOODBURY LEW YOUNG 9X N f 5 M "Cham "Gabba" lg- Nj . f Ottumwa Iowa 6: 'Y f H Q .QV , WHARTON N Baseball CID. N flax ' A 4 b l A 'M : . f JL Ku EDWIN ARTHUR ZEEK 1 A ' I T uEd:a Q 1 ' Plainfield, N. J. RQ Senior Luncheon Comm. j tl WHARTONV ' 3 , , fl li Y ,T Q-J 4 ' , A , ' N 1 1 .N ll ALFRED RICHARD ZELTER ZBT 'Eg 1 , X, 8 "Spikey i H Rochester, N. Y. l' WHRXRTON Soccer CD9 Vigilance Comm, C2Dg Ivy Ball. w 1 , l i 0 NA BENJAMIN ZUCKERMAN l "Benn Philadelphia, Pa. ' , WHARTON 1 ll? ' all . , , R. 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' 5 1 1 iV41jP ' l f, I y agfliifn n 13 5 mfg SENIOR YEAR 134 X A V1 M5515 5 A ' nn 3 win n lx ' x ' 'Q Hlvusgh E Y 1 Class of 1928 nihkq ww? War-.i ff 252,21 71 President .... .... J ACK MCDOWELL ng, . A n '! . . 9' 5 I V zce-Preszdent. . . . . ..WILLIAM HAGERTY ,J n n Q QS? Secretary ..... . . .MILTON H. HAUSMAN nr ' 45? Treasurer.. . ............ PAUL ROSEN J, 4 + . . Ex' Hlstorlan. . . . . .JACK P. DUVINAGE, JR. L ? n fxw vl - CLASS YELL fffffl S3 'I You're the fish Wc-fre the bait 'C Rf, Pennsylvania . ,um 1 fav? 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DORN STEWART gy' X Q-. Q , l Q A.. S Vzce-Preszdem: .... . . .FRED C. GENTSCH' 3, ' . . r Secretary ..... ..... M ILTON HOFIQIN ' Treasurer. . . ........ .BRANDON SHEA n f ? E Q . . 'fi ' .gg Hzszrorzan .... .. .JACK P. DUVINAGE, JR. .12 - 'Ai' ii :QA 0' A g n V6.3 W' ffy E! 539 xii' N . . .Q ' 'W wa .f f ,gif nl' 3 ll ' Inj' 0. w . -if . fs' 'Q F 4 - 'N - 2 Avg-L i ENNJ QfX V V H W i X i NV. . vhw-4 , .M fl mm. . ,.,.., ., ...,.., ..,.,,,,... ,.,. . , .,..... ......,.., , - .,,,....... . ...,.....,........ .. ......... . ..... . 5 .,.. ....,.. . ,..,.. ....,...,..,..,.. . ....,. . ,W . ,,,..,, W ..........,.. .... ............. . . .. , ,. EUN I VER S I TY G Q ENN S YLVANIAl A .. , ...... ........,...,,...,, - A . ...... .... . . .,.... ....... . .. ..... L .. .... . i I . .............. ,.... 1 .. .... ., . ....... Q. ....... .-.B Page One Hundred and Thirty-sever: H1 , 'Nr 1,1- M, -V ,fwjgf V V - M is 7 I ' 1 :eau ,..,,.,,,, Iwi , ' 1 5 3 ' . 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JACK MCDOWELL Treasurer. . . . . .WORTHINGTON BUTTON gmQ.", . W?-.LCN my 11, Wsiff Q :WW'27i'- 1? :I ,Lxq Wfcfigp W -fx .., W W AW W W ,NE W GW :liz WW:-iv .1 W pr-,' .fm-s 1+ JW Q fi H 'QCQWQS 1 W zffjm K W W Wg- W. W .rllfagbjlx Q 3. , A. W L1-1 W W .' ffii' FW gg--,WcWWxW :W , W, -.W W " I I W W , W W W W1 W W .7-b N WW 'W -- W I , ,z IW - 'W-fin. riff W, ,W- ' W N W, fi f ,' Vx' 5 ,121 . 2 ' 'ff ,cm '51 WWW' Ja" 1 Wggx. W'.:'i 1 Wm., ' r A 53,54 W W WWW-1-xW'x W,fWtWWWf WU., W vW3.1Wf - Worr W 'fx 59.11, if Wifi Wkfiiiij W , 1 ,awp if-5W'W:Wj.?j5s WW WW, Wig' W W. 'Wms-. W'- C245 W 132'-.,LWf.f W X Wfmaif W W W if Historian. . . . . .PHILIP SHORE WW--WQQWWW' Wwf ' k I PM 1 W . Wrkzlgf? . WUT, .J 'W 19,5 0 . WWAIULW 4 I K V I X: K. .W , :wr W rr W fij ' W ' XE Y - . W ' KA ' -W new 'W 1 r A I K 5 'Wi ' -fa -ff-' W Q4-WJ f?'- 1 fr ' 5 HWY 4 W' .,.f-5553-lx 5 W-HW . . ..- .- rr, 1.-nz? .. ffl 'rf' I if - r rr M X W .,,. 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I ,ji X Q E ?!"if E , ,Q u J U 1 0 R s u' 5515- iff . ,, 5 - ,.,5 giifsnti. -1: an l , an-4---un unununnn- -----u nnuu " E! l 'Gt 5 lifsT2fa'ff1I:1llllmnIE o f g .L-E K . t o ' i .- " 'E ' N ' E, llillm-lillllll' I """"" 'mi E ' T-5 alB:2!!g.c"-55 --TQ :ln !1uunum "li W' 5 Ie X in t.miunu.,Zf elldllllllllllll: . Z 7 - - Y .1'.'3f Ax :jllltmjlllllllul-Illllllllllaf: 5' V uuungnunuuuluunnunlul lnnnununuuuuuu ..---- -...--nnllnunnnnllll -un..-. unuunun- nufuunnuunnuuuunnid- Q . 4 , f il f 1 '-Q ft' . QQ N the year 1927-28 the Junior enrollment has been the largest in the entire history of the -:ii University. Due to the exceedingly large conglomeration of humans called L'Freshmen," who first made their appearance on the campus in September, 1925. By one method or V another a large majority survived the first scholastic year, a year in which the basis of the class7s present unity was laid. V To record the history of the Class of 1929 as a group is in itself an arduous task, and there- Sf" fore it may be seen that the chronicling of individual achievements must necessarilv be left to if xi? . . . . ' 3 2'-'f a future date. However, it may at this time be said that thus far the various members have 11 dthl .1 1 ddd tth 'G Q, -A we assume e our ens ian e own o em. , E965 In one sense, the present Junior class was unfortunate in that it was the last class to frolic ' nj! with Sophomores in the Field Welcome. In another sense, however, it was very fortunate in 5? this experience for it provided the nucleus for the real class spirit which now exists. At any rate, we emerged from the Welcome in a revengeful mood which bade no good for the Vigi- 4 19' ' lance Committee. i 'PL E? 1 . . . . . . '- Organization as a body was next in order and we elected Willis McDonald temporary Presi- Eg' dent, and Vlfilliam McCage, temporary Secretary. At the permanent elections held later in the 1 gba, semester, Willis McDonald was chosen President, Reese Dill, Vice-Presidentg William Doniger, 4 H Treasurer, Edwin Cades, Secretary, and Granville Carrel, Historian. Athletically, our Freshman class produced, as in everything else, winners of the first cali- Qc? bre. Not only did the football team run through the season undefeated, but the other teams p also gave very good accounts of themselves. These same men then carried on their good -- ' - ' cc an - - . 9 ' work and in a comparatively short time found themselves the backbone of Varsity combi- F ft. M. T I .47 f 2 Q I fi-3 tt 16 .x A J N I t x n 1. rf 1 1 C . . I 1 not hesitate to admonish the Class of 1930 1n the true sophomore spirit. This was effectively , , , I accomplished by the Vigilance Committee, under the leadership of Reese Dill, who later re- 'W ' signed the position in favor of Joe White to become class President. At the same elections, VA 5, 1 Granville Carrel was selected as Vice-President, David l. Levit, Secretaryg Robert L. Lingel- 17 , N- ac , reasurer, an mes . or an , r., istorian. A V' bhr -as tWB kit-1J H' ' 1 1 g p In the Penniman Bowl contests we very easily upheld our Sophomore dignity by gather- -'Taz ing together a sufhcient number of points to Win the Bowl for '29. V i'- x ff-'Y The first thin of im ,ortance this ear was the selection of our Junior Class Oflicers. ,f' 7 , .0 I, g P Y , JV ,Q The following men were accordingly unanimously elected to office: Edward M. Corson., Presi- f dent, B. Bernard Thompson, Vice-President, David 1. Levit, Secretary, Edward Seibert, Treas- 4 urer, and Pierre Purves, Historian. Suffice it at this time to say that these men fulfilled their f L promises to their classmates and gave us, the Class of 1929, the greatest Junior Week ever ' . 1 held at this old Universit "' ' at 1, Y' , , fill PIERRE PURVES, Hrstorzan. ff? -4, IE? 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X. , - -, . - e- 1 ,f . - - ......-........ i . .,, , ,, 1f.,,x . +.. ,, ,,.- - ..,.... -,. .. ....,,..,-...- JUNIOR YEAR " Class of 1929 . . .E. MAIILON CORSON . . . . . .BERNARD THOMPSON . . . . . .DAVID I. LEVIT . . .EDWARD SEIBERT . . .PIERRE PURVES CLASS YELL You're our meat We'll chew you fine Pennsylvania '29. MSQFR..- 971.-jj,lLJ gg, 'uct , ,GQ QLAINJ-DA, --A-X ., ' '.'.4-.iiP1',! " ::1ii:7g.".i'1:'T:::g..7T17't"." i.:?'i"'. Q'-":-I :v,-gii . 'f' .ffl1'T'- Q" ffi'.YA.'-'I1f.f' ' A K Q2Lf51.Lf'-75'-i7'UPQfE!1 ,TK M75-Df'fi1Ug:!.4.'l44-D.1fc'LQ51f.fMZ. C4155 I gg -f T.-fn mm...wwf-gm---ff.w..+ ....,.,N.T.-mmm'-f . . . ,:"f,'vx.',ivg'f 'I-fiI:,'.,:E'vr ' M YA VA .E 4, 7, ,V T T A N 14. 1 fy. V, T' gm IV 'X M l ,ggi W2 z W2 . j.,'3f'.? fgffncfi 'ii -'4 I ' 1 fl QKQQSQQ 55725335 I -x CQ . N -jfwl. vb 5. ycliiiw w X QW 1 x ,f 'D gy gffikiim 5 3 1 'Lei' Q I R RR Elf HY: 1 K4 9 1 . . HY. 'Z 21 E15 R S 45? W ' xg . 61 m 1. X X . iid :if ..-- . -..., VK, :fy , ggi .PR l ff ,J aw... .. -'.....,D..,,.-,a......,..,-..,,,..- 4-.. .,..Q........e..Da......,.,.........a.a.. ...J . . f R f'.f.'R'. , ...JL .. . , Iy,.j.,,..4,V,h .,- Y, ELL--....1,,,', . .. -,. -, ...N,,,-,. ..... -,, ...-.-. - f--...--.., ,.....,........,-Q. -..- Page Une llundred and Forty-uw ' Junior Week ONDAY morning, November 21st witnessed the ofHcial opening of Junior Week, a much cynosured event and one which will long be cherished in the hearts of the men of Twenty-nine. Possibilities of an embarrassing situation arose from inexperience in the use of the traditional class cane. These, however, were overcome by a plentiful supply of Murads which lent sufficient nonchalance to combat the otherwise awkward circumstances. With the dismissal of classes, a general influx of Juniors into the Big Quad began, where the customary perturbances coincident with class picture taking were successfully overcome. Paul Scull, as master of rites, then headed the procession in that time honored event, the cane march. They proceeded to the Chapel, where Dr. Josiah H. Penni- man delivered an inspiring talk on tradition. The Reverend Jack Hart succeeded the provost with a short address which paid tribute to the enviable record of the class of Twenty-nine. In the evening the class gathered to cement those bonds of friend- ship, ever growing faster in the years they had spent together. Over the pipe and the weed they pledged themselves to loyalty to their class. Music, refreshments and a talk by Dr. Harbison were parts of the pro- gram. Tuesday night brought with it the much anticipated class banquet at the Hotel St. James. Rusty Callow, Pennsylvania's new crew mentor, and Jim Henry were the speakers. The class was entertained on the following evening by a recital at the Academy of Music. Selections were rendered by the University Glee Club and Orchestra in accordance with the annual custom. Thursday afternoon found everyone at the Thanksgiving Football Classic. A rather one-sided contest was witnessed in which Cornell was defeated 35-0. That evening was devoted to theatre parties and dances. All earlier functions of Junior week were placed in comparative in- significance by the dazzling glamour of the Promenade which was held on Friday night in the new Hutchinson gymnasium. Thus time turns the last page on the beautiful theme of Junior week but leaves with each man a new feeling of pride and devotion for his classmates, the men of Twenty-nine. ' :dp I I l Page One Hundred and Forty-llzree Junior Snaps ...-. -..-g- . -nf-..-M---.-,-. .,.---Ll: -- g , l W T 1 N F W A W, 4 2 f.'.rf'11 :ji-QT W -A , 1 Miki' X4 . x x I x J, L nl ' fr. ,jig f1Q."'? , 12:3-N., 1 V55-far' ' A. x ' . 10:-.x 45.1,-" V. I l Iiigigfiixi' . fir 1 0 ,I-iq y Zcdrf 5 'imlfiil-gil 5 X .- f 2 l r 5,31 g -ls-D, ss'- 'wfix Q 5 r..L -. ,.. 'GM ' ' . 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S P xfxg jig' LTHOUGH the class of 730 has been at Pennsylvania for only two years, it has already established itself firmly in a majority of the Universityls various activities, and is endeavoring to make a record which will surpass that of any class which has gone before it. 3, At the beginning of our Freshman year we were not obliged to go if-if through the usual Field Wfelcome, but we soon became accustomed to working together and were a solid unit when we stood side by side in the annual Flour Fight, which we lost by a small margin to the class of 729. Under the leadership of our class officers, President John H. Wa1'e, 3rd, Vice-President Albert H. Kindler, Secretary Robert Bolton, Treas- urer Donald Cooper, and Historian John E. Gilman, Jr., we continued our good work and oversubscribed our quota for the Christian Associa- tion's Memorial Hall by more than one-third. Soon after coming back to school after summer vacation the class again elected oflicers. John H. Ware, 3rd, was chosen President for the second successive year. The other oliicers selected at this time were as follows: Edwin F. Koetsch, Vice-President, Harry S. Carhart, Secre- tary, Philip D. Hartley, Treasurer, and Herman W. Fischer, Historian. This year the Sophomore class reinaugurated the 'traditional Field Welcome and later in the term triumphed over the Freshmen in the Flour Fight by 'retaining an unusually large number of unbroken sacks. After mid-year examinations, a few men decided that they preferred to graduate with the class of 731, consequently they stayed out a half year. However, the rest of us returned to work so that, when we finally reach the end of our four years, we may leave Pennsylvania confident that we have contributed to her tradition with the name of 1930 engraved in- delibly among the foremost of her classes. HERMAN W. FISCHER, Historian. Page 0110 Hlmrlrml mul Forty-fiL'e Lg., W- ', 1' ti Q A 4 Y x f 1 ff N :M .' L 'fq'5 :fl-W ifgf- ? if-Fix l if J WF? E 2' wi,-1 I ','- .gg-Q-J E HL' Kit: if 5 'J-if if i 1 Kigxtx l Ii:-'Til ' TZ fll'?Ef',f' " 21139 -'11 A tiffa- l' 1 K IST, ,-4-T ,I lfrfxx xt It-.vlfra Qi . ttcfax rt' aaa Pj-Fx Nfg-1 f g1iQ?j2.g: lpn :Rt :F'?ix.: ,. 53621 jk. ' WJ Tl! ' t tag! f EQ Gin! Ld ,. ,AX-. af, ' '-'ifl lf- .. K .f -g-gym i,,,?.xl x- ,-J' ' ' ww el' is Nur.: ii - '-:fu , VH 214215-5 1 gg 1,1 LV.-i mfr ,- We-gg, 4'1V'l."'f ,, fha,-all-1 . ir? lr... il -l ,ffl-l N Q my J .m,, ' fl .A I wt J . H Gi, 1 P-W-as ,.-- .,.. 'nu he ICE 2 8 R E C QRD f "givin r W vi? wi M f . A1 12? F Qin dj? ,Ag-, "xx-1 I , ,1 -is ,1. nb ,- F , V- I L l V' nj' M , '3 if' 55 M, ig' T T! xkx 1 535' . KO ' H Z V1 px 'lu In gg. - r My r MQ 1 EQAUITQQJ , -fir C512 - ' l"""T5 H am SOPHOMORE YEAR H 'H X '54-I A E 'Y , ge f ' 3 r Class of 1930 y UB? W , President ...................... JOHN E. WARE, III. H "N . . 'fs b Qi: Vzce-Preszdenr. . . .... EDWARD IQOETSCH in lf if? Q '--a '-wg' Secretary ..... ..... H ARRY CARHART an 3 Treasurer. . . .... PHILIP D. HARTLEY 425 . . , ' B Q ra? a Hzstonan ..... .... H ERMAN W. FISCHER T ri '35 r fs? wa U' X ff. 3 , E Q. 5-faq 'ii , -w .fi CLASS YELL ,402 "QW a 5A dp Q V Pennsylvania '30, i Bless ,em up 1 Get 'em dirty A 9 ' if . fr! a 'ITV' 6' SW J- gi, Q7 i ?" a . ZH vw- as Z1 "gp, -' Qx - -' R i i i X ENM-WA' i i W i in H it' 1- ' 5 mam ,Q , v 4m.a ..w.4ns g? i M.1.. v I e 11 1m e v m, , e """"-""'i """---.--""'----.,,,.,,.-.1-----1-1-"---W'-1-----""---'H 5 ------'T-h'1vm1wE,,n,qTu,,.an-----rrfrrrrrrlmmwm.-H---1-"'W""'1f'1'-----w......,.Tn-n,rnu.-unI QUN 1 VER S 1 TY O Q ENNS YLVANIA .. .,,... ...,. .... ...., ..,, ..,. . . . . . ., .....,. . ..A.. ,.. . ........ .. K ...... fb -, . .... ..,,l., .. .,..,A,,. ...,. ,. ,,,,.. ........ mg . Page One Hundred and Forty-six ,C T' 4-9 f in . i . ' it , , fftfjiif-'iSf1F?'Tiff1?feiii'2- T22 n'.t.f'tULQa,'l'1' UW' Lt..Vennef 1 1 H r ' ' 'tt J ,2- .. U fi -N. . ..t 4.,,., it .L tw- + ,jf .E - f mf 4 he-lens' M' 'L ' glsllxfk 1. r. 1, , 1 ,, , ,, A!,. J , ,cm 1, H gag - Penniman Bowl Contests , . 0 longer does the welkin ring, as in the days of yore, with the blood-curdling yells of raging Sophomores intent upon their prey, the Freshmen. However, l such was the case not so many years ago when the famous Bowl Fights took place on old Museum Field. These now exist only as tradition, since they had to be discarded after a fatal accident had proven them to be absolutely dangerous. But without these fights, class spirit was in danger of dying out, and so in 1921 Provost Penniman put into competition a bowl, the purpose of which was to foster friendly Ei rivalry in athletic events between the two classes. The Bowl is on permanent display in Houston Hall and the winning class each year has the honor of having its numerals Q yili 2 i'll inscribed upon it. Up until this year the Class of 1925 was the only class which had 'fl-it I not been successful in winning the contests at least once, and now the Class of 1930 4 seems doomed to the same fate. ' The contests this year included baseball, track, basketball, soccer, crew, lacrosse, s boxing, wrestling, swimming, water polo, fencing, tennis, handball and tug-of-war. , Each major sport counted two points for the winners while a victory in a minor sport was worth one point. ' Vlfilbur M. Perry was chosen as Chairman of the Bowl Committee and under his guidance, in co-operation with Sophomore President Ware and Freshman President 1 Qi' Geran, the various lower class teams were organized for the contests. 2 1 The first event was the track meet which the yearlings won by a close 22 to 20 score. The winners and their events were as follows: Ball '30, 100-yard dash, Blauner V 5244.1 '31, 220-yard dash, Sleght 931, one-quarter mile, Miller '30, one mile, Berlinger '31, lp ,'4, - shot put and discus. The Freshmen, captained by Roy Warren, then won a 4: to 2 victory in the soccer game. The score, however, does not indicate how hard pressed the Frosh really WC1'6. 31,--L if Again the Sophomores were jinxed when they lost the fencing match 9 to 8. Thus l r,A,' the score already stood 5 to 0 in favor of the Freshmen. f But on the following afternoon their efforts were finally rewarded when Brill, Hu- din, Nuttall, Salow and Steele hammered the F rosh into submission lL to 2. The basketball game was hard fought and resulted as usual in a heart-breaking lose for the second year men. This may be attested to by the 'fact that at the end of the regulation game the score was deadlocked at 19-19, and in the five minute extra period which followed the Frosh were ahle to cage two field goals while the Sopho- 5 mores were only able to drop one through the cords. it f f, The crew race between the two classes again was a close contest. The Sophomore p 1 boat was practically the same crew that had rowed as Freshmen in 1927 but the Frosh l "f l kept just a little ahead and won the race by a half length margin. 1 yy ff? fn f A day later the Sophomores lost by forfeit the swimming and water polo meets. .P C in This was caused by an unfortunate misunderstanding as to the time at which they 1 T were to be held. 4 I i The baseball, lacrosse, wrestling, tennis, handball and tug-of-war events are yet 031 to be contested. It will readily be seen, however, that even if the Class of 1930 does T win these, they will only have a total of 8 points whereas 1931 already has 11 points -,2 i to their credit. 'git We therefore extend hearty congratulations to the Freshmen victory and sincere 1 condolences to the Sophomores for their loss. 1, ,Q-4' l Rn,-' I, J , nj" V3 "'i "': Q7 ""l dii' Y T 'dCl0i'0 Til' CC'i ""' f "C' Q T 1 ,,,. C' 'it 3 .N - t rl' fr t r ...... 1 iii-, ga 1 Page One Hundred and Forty-sermz Sophomore Snap I 1 i ,mm - - f f - L' A . A 2 ,7 " 1 ' I ' , 6, ff I 34 . ! L . I A . l .U 'rg me .I f... f.-..-, , vu , 1. f.' 1 x n .' ,7 M 1. .. fl W - dig.- ls sb: M, .,Q-,I 'rx .C I .5 gg , f. '.q.j.-,X t 3 , -PFW 1' ' wi- 5 J fr-sl' ' g- 3.- .fw . v AN: Nxlxli jjx X- "WE-', ja.. WJ Aint-1 Qs. ,T ' V sip. Vilii., f- ,Q fmjiji - 1 -mfg f lg: JQ3 xi ,. Us ,-,.m.,1,. I ,f .eff I , ,W 's 53-Q . 1 ' M' il iii. 'Wil Ll X . mx. Xwlri i txt f,u..1 pg -L I WEE? l, .V . If li!! iff. ' f .3 .. 1 V V7 if-flip .N .351 W ci- liar A J Fjillflv ffl-lib! fa s ,!,w',,J t -Wf- WPI C"1,l:ff.? vhllfdl se:-222 - 1 lx iii? e ryrllgirrl' asain. 151 M Q , I . ,.. -, ..... ..,... s Eg T E455 ,Ia 2-M 'f i e E ,L '--' ,-' I T' N: ....---:n.---1nn nun un---.--.---.' u quuuu nunnnuunnu 1 nu i 1- n n --------. l..----- nnnn s u 1 nnunuq .: fi " sl? . ,gn s .- 5 ' jQ,.Q.Ea M' T Q T. eumnmm A Yi -.Q I- WFYWW FTER an eventful week at Green Lane Camp the large class of 1931 was enrolled and began its career as a part of Pennsylvania. I While there we learned the universityis songs and cheers and our class yell. At the opening of classes the Sophomore Vigilance Committee put in its appearance and caught Freshmen everywhere, instilling in them the Spirit of Obedience. The temporary officers elected were Theodore Larkin, President, Benjamin Rider, Secretary and Treasurer, and under their directions preparations were made for the annual flour fight. Unluckily, the Sophomores had some bags intact, at the close of the fight, but the Frosh rid themselves of the rule of wearing black socks by raising 5l5,000 for the lVlemorial Hall F und. This contribution to the Christian Association was one of the greatest things the class has accomplished so far. Our doings in sports have not gone by unnoticed. ln football We had a very successful season, losing the fn-st game but winning the suc- ceeding four, including the one against Cornell Freshmen by the score of 49-0. The soccer team had a very strong aggregation and played a hard schedule. ln track and baseball we have some of the Hnest pros- pects in years. For the first time in years the Freshmen won the Penni- rnan Bowl Contest and this alone speaks well for itself. .lust before the close of the hrst semester the elections took place and the following men were elected: Edward J. Geran, President, Thomas Dilworth, Vice-Presidentg Charles Henderson., Jr., Secretaryg Edwin M. Reynolds, Treasurer, Richard Gentle, Historian. If the class of 1931 continues its so far enviable record, there need be no doubt of its ability to stand very high in the annals of Pennsyl- vania. RICHARD E. GENTLE, Historian. Y: fin f ',f':f1'Q:x lk . -f.f9,? .1 El wth.-. e e, are .. .. i VR L .... ,...--....,.,,, ,,. l. . ,. v fl W, 2 E ll l 2' . .-.... wk. .,,,,-J-L.. ,J,.v,,,. ,v,,.m.-,r-. .--. L.. ,....-.-- --,.,a,s, 4 L, --- -N------H f- - ' -- gg' ,ig YQ," "A"1:1k Page One Hundred und Forty-nine X , . 1 i -1 J.-. r ., 'SX --'Syl l P H' fi nr, . ,Q Tn., . If i . ...J N , YM ., 'W sf .A ,oh-,x . ..,,fgAxy ., A... I lil 'ff ai' my .wi .avi ' ,. 9. ..,, li., . 1 -AX Q11 I -N ,, 1 - 4 The 1928 RECORDl TFT? V ' ' L 7 W ' '1 H9 L uw . 4 - -Munn mill- sl ITN? j ll ' vii .A rg 455 gxjnh AZN '1 YEL. riigr ,f '22 fi" .,.f ' if pg L A .e .0 E 'I "A V52 fl' ' '37 1-lf" D V Vp.. D D I U . . pai? ' ' 9 fr Wa E247 3,3 gs if L' ' 54' 59' N r Rv g D n 5 J . X K ' ', A' M 1 D , ' . ' D A ' D ' 59' FRESHMAN YEAR Q af ,rv X . -vx an f- fx n! ' - Q? Sl rj Jfxw, V 7 Class of 1931 Q 'M . W .Q q. Presndent ....... . . .EDWARD J. GERAN 'GE X A fr? Vice-President .... .,..... T 1-IOMAS DILLWORTH , r Y-, D Q1 'I Q7- Secretary ...... .... C I-IARLES HENDERSON, JR. QQ QI' nag vf-N f Treasurer .... . .... EDWIN M. REYNOLDS 'th ' I-Izstorzan .... .... R ICHARD E. GENTLE ZS' V-A' ff Li . CLASS YILLL 5 4Qi " U ' ff M' Sock ,em, rock 'em - U' A D , 'FQ - f. 'Q' :Wake em run Ez 9 'ik V Pennsylvania thirty-one - . Q, if sq 'Q lyk' 1 Q54 fy . ,wr ' Rza, QW. 'Q dv W 1 ' - - f A P' , 'LW K N I' Qx , --- hr V i i in' V-KT' i -H nu ' Y k i A i , .. f . avg fm f g v mmjgmva , : -v A Q, , v 111 .1 4, 453 v n r mwa vv E T .. .... .... , ...,,,............T,.,...,......,. , .. ,,....,, ,,,,,,, nm ,,.. ,.,,,,,, U ,,,.,. ,Wm .,,,. ,, .... ,Y ,,,,,,, 7 ......,,,..,..,.. E U IN I V E R S I T Y Q E N N S Y L V A N I A L. 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Uifllelyf Qigffggit was stronger than the separate ent1t1es of Q M its members. 3 The University has taken this lesson to heart, 3 and as a result We have many organizations to l I accomplish what individuals could not. Clubs lg' have been established bythe different religious groups with which a student may affiliate him- V . . . '-L11 self to secure companionship. Intersectional clubs perform the dual function of creating f l' ' rl ll ,' tiff' ' 1 closer co-operatlon between the students and the Sl?ldf,q' .was . . .'QQffTl?i' faculty, and promoting better feeling toward our ggi: ifi: tr . . . . 1 M. glfggmy UH1VCTS1ty in the various preparatory schools 'llff' . V: X, Lu fl from which our students come. Honorary Ylllifig 51:1 . . . . , QV' Ly! scholastic fraternities promote scholastlc pro- 'nifty hill . . . . . . . M'-is J' 1,3535 HCICIICY. Social fraternities inculcate the spirit Qing? g my . . Sffifpt of brotherhood into their members. gl' 2, 'Ji . . . 655 These various clubs and organlzations con- :L lg- 'l 7" . . ,fl hx tact every student ln some Way and constitute f f --.5 -, ' , , - 11 , llfggfil the vital core of undergraduate l1fe. ' fl ,JV . . vi 1135, ,X We Eli A 'AQ lx ' EF' N4 t ig, VM' N CQ? .11 . fbi sf: 1 1- ,fy f w , ff J-,T 'f' t j 5521 , A an r r -r 1 V V,--We --vf i 1A..T.T-, ,, , ,r ,.r..- ' 1fw"1.r"' A'-Vit 7- , ' ,T , , ,nl , -, , , ,, f , ,. .-1 i 3555 5533-gnls3g?,',Q.pz1p5gQgg'Aflgrg2 barragefggaragxtfgyawhwli :SQ-.:Qf1l:36XtQf3QfQ'QIgQhWQhilJMWkXQN1RXkt 4WNAM014 ha'i?f U' U N ' ' "" " "" "f""""'- " " "" " ' """"""" """"' 'MT' ,gy -'1 'fv"'-f'v'1fvm'1'v'v"ff'1'rr'nrh-1-n-1-ve-r:v11'1'rrq'm-fnm-ff.--Tnvn ,.......-- 7 '.,,,,, .-.v - - ...-.--.I--.Jw V- , I Y' jr V V 117' jfiasfv S: L . L' 4 -v ez -1: V, -f gl d r, rs, t if rt tt 2. ti fr Ii ra, at rl at rt Laws. 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' it "I ll l 'L",.'.Q'1Ix I .-, ,-:--ff ' ,3'g,.,Jj..j. iff. li, A 3y41yJ' l qw,v'Qi,1 "A, c fy. f1,w?.ffsf . t .L it 5 "4'lsw. ' 3 -.":5l4Qi 3 '. fjgiti Qi it :Wi f '.' 'lf-J 1 X. Y- 1 X , itat? ii Q. l 5 mf . u l Q' T if I 'L G 1 III' Q. 'A Lal l ... , ,:-,..rr.i.A..ri..I V it K' x . f .QI H WWi!Wflq2g REQURDhMmWWWWm I , I I , I s . , I s s svn--. is I as lil? '-v wrwrwrjujjujjuighlgjujjujigfwrffwrwrviQ-yuiyujjwwrwr"'K'r't1Vi1jf3'L!i13'u'f3'u13Wi'fwVtywyujj'uT1r'wv"'YrX"VVrnji' I H p J. fu 5 ZZ GQQYZY HZI6' OMWM7 5 QQ 772 OT az' 51' 1' Y W 271 D71 D71 Q aa AA ae a.sau,L:.m sham A: A414 ' is iOW many of the seven thousand Pennsylvanians who compose the student body know the powers and duties of their repre- sentatives who constitute the Undergraduate Council? Do you know that the seventeen members represent all the classes and all the F uf, undergraduate schools? Are you aware that thirteen members hold of- fice because their classmates have shown such preference at elections? . Or that only those who have been Pennsylvanians from their Freshman I year are eligible? Do you know that, Mall decisions of the Council af- fecting the student body shall be considered as final?" That the Coun- ' cil has supervisory powers over all class elections, class banquets, Proms, and all committees of tl1e several classes, such as the Sophomore Vigi- lance Committee, the Junior Wleek and Ivy Week Committees? With the cooperation of the Bursar's Ofiice, the Council collects the class dues, pays all bills and awards all contracts. lt is through the Council that the U Freshman Week activities are carried on, that all rallies for student and i player enthusiasm are administered, that the class lights and Penniman l Bowl contests are conducted. In a word, the Undergraduate Council is It the active head of the Student Government ill all undergraduate affairs. Your Council of 1927-28 under the able leadership of its chairman, .lack J. McDowell, and with the aid of the University Administration. has made another chapter to add to those in Pennsylvania's Book of iff ' P T , Student Government. A year ago the membership was increased from thirteen to seven- teen in order that all campus groups might be represented. This has improved the working of the Council. Likewise the new financial arrangement for class funds provides a businesslike way of administer- ing them. Appreciating the honor of the high oflice accorded them, your Councilmen have performed their duties zealously, anxious that their service might be commensurate with that honor and trust reposed in them. They have acted as a court of student discipline, have fought for student rights and, undaunted by unwarranted criticism, have always striven to further the interests of those whom they represent. WILLIAM J. SMITH, Secretary N af-X Qi l I e I ,t M " E 'U N l Q 71 :Q w M tg X9 a rx ss- ,I W l W, . aasma3s.-,,.mfl-.., an -5 is 'sf' """ """""t'f'T"'- ""f""""""'f"f:'muf--+----ff'f'-1-'11"1'1w-rf+-11-n1'f"ff-ff'f'f"-'ffff"E'Q7 :7.'.1a.-, ...,, :.T.m-n-I-vw-1-nf..,,1 ...,, 1 :.1,...,,n7,ft-rn .... .1-mrn-fm ..,,... :vm ........ 1-rr -,--- 5 1 Y. -- Q -- -P Q- -. is -, .. A - .- , .. . - 1- - . , .sw ffhiblii omgprtnrtamimnanta, 14:11.tl1:Liift,.'---i:tL2:f"Mt--M'-itw 't" --ttuif3t"tvritt"K4in 'L'l"5'f"f' t"" rt:n.'ff'i:::igg:LLgs"s:f "'1 .Jff'fi'i' 'st' wtf' t"'t" il" ti Page One Hundred and Fifty-six -4 .r .l 5 A L3 15 W . 1 130 if -1 1: l A h ' .6-3' I I 4 . ay. .gg F 1. X, l 4 T J Q i Ilya 7, 95 .5 I CC' 'S 9? T in L9 55 '-46. q s -1 . ..-.,........,.,.... .... ....,,,,.............n-... 4-.-mv: ITM 1925 RECQRD . JEW ?.. 1 . W 14. 5.. ff Q9 tr H ' 19 .5 , A 'i 4 K6 T im? 0: J 'E E . QQ 57 R "O R T J tl Q V45 K L , J.. ' ' - HW' y BERRY GERAN BAXTER 72' CORSON VXVRIGI-IT .ANDERSON Scum GATES BLAMPHIN I Y' gi XVITTER SIMITH MQDOWELI. SAMSON DTLL MEAD . :R 'Da A 1 1" QE Undergraduate COunc1l ,F r" " .?' . , A ' K Chazrman. . . . . .JACK J. MODOWELL . 7 A Secretary .... ..... W ILLIAM J. SMITH T , . Treasurer. . . .... RICHARD M. SAMPSON - Q, ' . -Q7 .I R 4, J Members Tj . 'K ' E gb CARL S. ANDERSON 4 p WARREN A. BAXTER A JOHN P. BERRY 5 ARTHUR M. BLAMPHIN 4 EDWARD M. CORSON IDE . X THOMAS S. GATES We J EDWARD JEROME GERAN NA AW- LEONARD C. DILL i ff .JOSEPH B. MEAD .fag 9 AH' G. FOSTER SANFORD, JR. ff 1: J. FOLWELL SCULL, JR. 557' 'bill JOHN H. WARE, 3RD. ' Q1 ROBERT D. WITTER J -T K : M ' E W Q if ...UQ ARCELLUS . RIGHT, JR. . gg, 4 12 A 'B' W . Si m Psi' . K j- ' 'Tx ' 1 " 4 -A Y , R ENNJQ1- , 1 ' ' - . . r ' 'J ' In I ,,.. ...,,., ..,.,,,,,,,.,..,,....,..........., . . ,,.. . ........... . .,..,.,,,.... - .......... . ,..... .,... .....,.....,.,........ . ...... W.: A .. I UN1vERs1TY 022, - YENNS'1LV.ANIAl 1. ..-.,..., I ....,....... A.. .... .. ,..,............... . ...,. A... ...,. ...S ...... .. ...... . F ' 19 ...... ,.. ..... . ..,.., .... ...,...... TQYAA-' Y Page One Hundred and Fifty-seven lIll.'D'M'K gy I My I wt I MJ.. s tl? f ill? tell.. f . F G- UCH of the tradition that centers itself about the name Pennsylvania lies inside the oldest of the many University buildings., College Hall. Here it was in the same classrooms that those first sons of William Penn, eager in a new-found enthusiasm, learned their letters. The passing of many footsteps has made little difference and time has dealt lightly with these walls covered with the ivy planted by those first sons. The long corridors echo with the voices of a newer generation but cling to the memories of the old who passed on the traditions which many have fol- lowed. The newer, moreover, fortunate in their herit- age, smilingly carry on the work, proud of the trust that has been given into their hands for safe-keeping. The Arts Association is the official activity of the College. Sanctioned and supervised by Dean Burke, it attempts to do its work and uphold its tradition as the first of the departmental organizations of the Uni- Defm Bmke versity. Purely scholastic in its ideals, the Association brings before the student body numerous lectures throughout the year. Acting as a link between the student world and the world of science and fine arts, the Association also introduces to those who attend its meetings many experts in the field of drama, literature and music in order that they may in a greater sense appreciate their daily routine of college life. The faculty of the College, for which the University is so well known internationally, are almost entirely responsi- ble for the suggestions as to the lectures. It is in the capable hands of the Dean, as head of the College faculty, that the work of the Arts Association finds its real inspira- tion. The ambition of the Association is to be Well known merely so that it can, to a better degree, serve the undergraduates. Here is the one chance the student has to come into close and intimate touch with the field of higher art. The Arts Association has been more than fortunate in two things. First, the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania is situated in a large city which naturally attracts the best men in the fields from which the Association drHWS its Speakers. Secondly, the organiza- tion is a part of the traditions of the College, which occupies an enviable position and whose naturally acquired prestige adds to the influence of the organization. It is use- less to expound upon the worth of the departments of the College. Let them speak for themselves. The high position held by Pennsylvania in the world of modern colleges is due to the thought and patience actually practiced by its distinguished leaders. H47 ff Q." 4 ,wi 2 H: p ni . , , , , W ,..,. ,nn f -zjvg 1--gg q . . W... . ,, , . ....,-.- H-. f- --M- n,,,iA,A.,,,nn..,. I " V -f - :ii "LT573lil,-Q'LfQ'fQQfQfFf.gTLlS75 f we I ' ' - -r--1-513' gj,::,.g'--F ,-.---TTT.---,T .f-:-f,-ss.fff- -1 ---- fm-m-.17-s.-.f..-Tam---as I - .' 1 - '-- A -1, ?i,E'5U-l?f,I' T- -t --X fi "Z, Q' : -f- -A ' . - K . ' , f 9,-, ,,9.,w J f, t ., -. . it 4 ,ff an 1 . . x . - ' 1' nf f'fL'Vff -f-.!-fiff -V .l I. .ft xl. Q. .- ff! Ii. 'fa 7 I' . - - , tw-f....f.. , .., . - 1 . . 1 fm. -M cv- 4 -Q :gli - .2 ... .fnihnninn ,---,....n,-nn- ..n..t.,,,.-.i ,,., -LAX Iff:jannftm.,,.n.s ng., , .. T ,--a,,.nt.-- -- 1- -fn., .,-.tant is-M -V - -.L Page One'Hu11dred and Fifty-eight .... ,...-..-......... -.-m.-,mr J J he H92 8 Arts Association H Preszdent .... ........ T HOMAS S. GATES, JR. Vzce President ..... GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, JR. A Secretary ..... ........ G EORGE C. BOWKER Treasurer . . . . . .RICHARD HUNTER Executive Committee JOHN E. BARNES PHILIP J. CHAPMAN DAVID W. COATES LEONARD C. DILL ELLASON DOWNS RICHARD W. FOSTER SAMUEL EUGENE IQUEN PIERRE M. PURVES ARTHUR H. QUINN, JR RICHARD M. SAMSON WILLIAM R. SCOTT JOHN H. WARE, 3RD. V I E Y C 1 v -. x x Hg . . fi I 4 A JS 5 I Q51 - I-I 7 I .Q K '1 Jw IH L 1 L X W" W1 '. f Wi . Q7 IQ IIA .kj it 'I K III I ig", . :EU If Rf .if Fffffij I W-J , l1A'l'f If .-I p I I ?f'p,ghf' ,,,W:.l K N -X.. f- g,.,b.W Llx KU g , .. in V iff., L, w. - I ' Qf Q25 HV Idgv, -A 'I if fp III - x I - N fb 'H QIEQYQZ , 1: xx eyg.-:wfEi1fo? J J,-Ms C -A , Legg vAG132'xAvAGbwQ2yLK Q4yggf 4'v'..r. , S la .mmm M J- AMA a w w v an h E .,.. .,.. . ..... .,.. . ... ......,.,..,...,.,........,... ........,......... L , ..,.. I... . .I .....,..... 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From the standpoint of permanent changes and improvements, it is doubtful if any of the forty-seven years of its history have been of as much significance as this session of 1927-28 just past. Far from being of a radical na- ture, these changes introduced already give promise of hav- ing much iniluence on the Wharton School of the future. During the summer months workmen were busy remod- eling the fourth Hoor of Logan Hall and installing fixtures for a business library. As a result the Lippincott Library, named in honor of Mrs. J. Bertram Lippincott, a daughter of Joseph Yvharton, was in readiness for the use of the stu- dent body upon their return for the past session. From a nucleus of about two thousand books at the beginning of the year the library has grown until, at the present time, there are approximately ten thousand volumes available for use. These comprise source material of all kinds, particu- larly all Federal and State reports, statistical and industrial reports and other business data. Since the library is in- tended to supplement the Wharton Reading Room of the University Library, the books do not circulate and are re- stricted to the use of undergraduates completing their Senior research, Evening School and graduate students. . In addition to providing the best p0SSilJle research facilities, as are now provided in the Lippincott Library, the necessity for a preparatory research course for undergraduates had long been recognized by Dean .l0h11SOl1. ACC01'Llingly such a course wasestablished this year and has -proven itself to be of great help to Juniors in preparing them for Senior research and simi- lar research work in later years. ' p Dean .l0l1l1SOH, during the past year, also appointed a Committee on Incentives, which has done much in analyzing the motives presented to the average student today for doing 'lhonorn work. The personnel of this committee was composed of members of the Faculty and under. graduate members of Beta Gamma Sigma. One result of this committeels work, which is of great import, is a recommendation for greater privileges for those students of high scholastic standing. Other stimuli for better work were also taken under consideration and may prove of much significance in the near future. ' For forty-seven years now the Wharton School has been steadily expanding in scope on the sound basis laid down by its founder, Joseph Wharton. The changes of this past year have been merely in keeping with the principles given by Mr. Wharton when the school was first endowed: "cTo provide for young men special means of training and of correct instruction in the knowledge and in the arts of modern Finance and Economy, both public and private, in order that, being well informed, and free from delusions upon these important subjects, they may either serve the community skillfully as well as faithfully in offices of trust, or, remaining in private life, may prudently manage their own affairs and aid in maintaining sound financial morality, in short, to establish means for imparting a liberal education in all matters concern- ing Finance and Economy? Dean Emory R. Johnson lt -,. r Lrg: . . V.. . , N .1 .ew " iy' 1 It . C. wif i' f 4 E 'Fi N C' ' 19' V t . . 1, - ' 4 , ' 'ie lr l x AQ' I 1' V K 1 K I fl E ,fx FN I ,P- ,. Xi F.. W 1 4 t at - 1 JL7 ' JIS, 1 Yu' U32 --.52 J! 5 Q ly 91' GD 'ft W F 1 its - - . . . .... - . . ,W i , , - ll ---4-i--M ----- fr .--- ---- -1 v-'vw-rv-1--v --- ----ff --'--f f' -1 ---1'1, VEEEESE-,qi-.en ,,,,,, ,,,.,. ,,,,,. r , fr,,.m-,.,,,.',5nr.-.,,0,,-, ,,,, Wm ,,,,, ,wma ,,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,., .,:,,,,.....,..,,.,,,w U N 3- T- it 3 l li' U N N 3 Y L V A N I A3 ,ka---. . at at . ..... L... ..rr.-,...r.,.. .... ...wld ..... A .,,,., - Page One Hundred and Sixty 'QA X 2 ll' ,Q it 4 A lt I L91 tit it aa -. . t Levis xi was fda if 4' ,Jeux-25 l .-.,....a..,..,,,,L enifmaisewa as mrmrfw atefaasdswarfffffwewe QUltit1E.Q11tif1Ttl-lT'LAW!nLlimlifPiBA?djth!lThlTlLfll Unit 'gl' jf, ijt 45754 ffl A fgwf' Jyt ,Y Tl""""' ""i""5'3:T:"' ' t""- 7,545-?f'. ' .1:i.:fZT'itfT1Q:i:f"' 42-4-L. gn., ,,f, J.:.:T:f"'.x:1.Ti:::41:3:rL:fief:-:B1 -.. TiiT"QLJ7" ' a f 'fif'Qft1 i i135iyt,l: if Jilrfjaf 1.-A . '- 1ti.f'H'Qiv.' f 5 KARA YS-Qfi!-' . it Qt' 51 I 'Q' +3 wf 4 ' JTDKXQ' 'z ffl ia ti iw. 1 tt ta '25 V S " 0 1 H 1 I - 5' l T,-if ff., I-pl , ' 4, It - ,watt A , ll t2Vvi.?Ss' ti 3' 'N 'Ti f A 'tWt".'t " ' ' 1 ft-:'.'5?il-'.f E i - 1 p - sTEv1-1Ns- 1 X . . ,lifft .ug OR many years there has been a need for an organization of the student body of the Whar- ton School into a group that would be exclusively Wharton, inculcating into their minds 5731 t new-1 ii fgfrtl V .Jinx Ps ' s fitfif 1. HQ: , lk, .lip ' 574 at YQ t S , -x. , a greater sense of their duties and responsibilities toward the Wharton School of Fi- nance and Commerce. Other Schools of the University possessed such organizations but the Wharton School, because of its greater size and leadership in practically all lines of campus activity, existed with its student interests divided. Vlfith these needs in mind a group of the members of the Class of Twenty-Eight talked over and formulated plans for the Wfharton Association in the late spring of l927. The local chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity being in- terested in stimulating wider academic interest in the Yvliarton School, was the logical body to inaugurate and sponsor the Wharton Association. ,loseph B. Mead, President of Beta Gamma Sigma, presented his plans for the Association to Beta Gamma Sigma and to the proper Uni- versity omcials stating that Nan Association organized for the purpose of instilling a wider acas demic interest in the work of the Wharton Schoolg stimulating discussions and debates on topics mn... ,. www, 'lj' up , I M as G Witt 1 ,llixnfw N ' nil I I npdiig' I, Il'4zQ4"J .E f it i vi' s .gtetq +V .J " . 1 W6 'tl tsih. wtf . " of interest in the business world, encouraging Faculty-Stuilent Get-togethers, and securing prominent business men as speakers would serve a Worthy purpose. uThe Welding of VVharton Undergraduates together While they are undergraduates and in- stilling in them a good spirit and regard for the School and its future possibilities would 3 eventually make of them more valuable and more interested Alumni of the Wharton School? These efforts of Beta Gamma Sigma were rewarded with unprecedented success. Payments rf of the nominal membership fee surpassed the most optimistic expectations to the extent that t't3E3fj,f :N the Wharton Association became the largest organization on the Campus, having a member- ,Q ship of about 1000 Wharton men. Among the energetic men contributing to this success IX. were Allan J. Fisher, Ed. Phillips, Horace P. Camden, Jr., John R. Sebastian and F. C. Hutch- s inson. . w l , At a mass meeting of its members the Association Was oiiicially organized and a constitu- tion adopted, making the members of Beta Gamma Sigma ex-officio members of the Board F 5 of Governors. Nominations for officers were then made, and a few days later the results of the election conducted by the Undergraduate Council gave us the first officers of the Association. W ' A few Of U16 YCHIVS aCCOmPliShTf16H'LS may be noted. A live group spirit has been developed ' Y' 'among all Wharton School undergraduates. Financial contributions of substantial size have been made to the new Lippincott Library of the Wharton School for the purchase of books. Miyagi In co-operation With Beta Gamma Sigma, a system of unlimited cuts has been established as a reward to Seniors having good records of scholarship for three years. This is a good incentive . ,J to make all students strive for scholastic attainments. aThe Wharton News of Finance and tflw. Commerce" has been successfully launched as the first exclusively Wharton School publication. This and many other projects have been valuably assisted by hearty FaC11lty co-operation and , 'gm interest. As this is being Written plans are under Way for the Business Man-Business Student Dinner to be held at the Bellevue Stratford main Ballroom, which will bring the student and 'v7lfQ the man of affairs together. His Honor, Harry A. Mackey, Mayor of Philadelphia, Hon. Ro- p land S. Morris and many other distinguished men will be present. P Y May the good work and high ideals of the men of the Class of Twenty-eight who have p Qt' t gtpded the Wharton Association in its infancy be an incentive to greater achievement to those 'qi , wio remain to carry on. 4, 1 ,az X .N It A A 0 P P' -, 0, K. QZPPSQQ IW t 4 - -. -. . .- f- . . -- A , 2 ff-12.1.2 351- - .. . ,. . . , , ti ta it it fl if iff? to f s B , .1 Page One Hundred and Sixty-one ,. -. rw. PA- ,W ,Aw ,X .5 5 A L. 1, . . -S,, X' v. 1- 4- . I f I mi f ' B D "'m"" A W if W .L N 1 WI.-1 . III 2 g 'I 7795 JQQTQAJ 1 fvijlflv' M5121 - ,I J' ' "Iq.'Y1:I1 PQZQJA' .Mit-F'-4 3'i4if5?i J? 'Q I f mg., Q -'P-LQ ls. Hp cm ' 'YW f NIAIIER LOESCII HUTCI'IINSON ELDER MON AMARA STEAD NORTON DOWNEY ROBERTS FIEFENNBRONNER TULLER CAMDEN FISHER LOANE KEIM HALLER FRASER DAVIS HESS . BAILEY SEBASTIAN NIEAD BEHAN BENNETT STEIN Wharton Association Board of Governors JOHN R. SEBASTIAN ALFRED B. BENNETT. . . DONALD S. COOPER. . JOHN A. BEHAN. .. JAMES R. BAILEY. . . GEORGE S. LOANE. . . JOSEPH B. HORACE P. CAMDEN, JR. C. SUMNER DAVIS KENNETH F. DAVIS WILLIAM J. DOWNEY FREEMAN ELDER ALLAN J. FISHER JACK A. FRASER . . ........... Preszdent . . . .First Vice-President . . . .Second Vice-President ............Secretary .....-..........Treasurer . . . .Freshman Representative MEAD ....... . . .Chalrman ROBERT A. HALLER FINLEY B. HESS FRANKLIN C. HUTCHINSON MONTGOMERY B. IQEIM HERBERT V. LOESCH J. S. FASSETT MAHER DOUGLAS E. MCNABIARA . 'iiffifvkaj Tiff- 'Q ' .?..,.... ..-. ..-vw ,q'E.,,.::.: .T,,,..,,-.......-1 ' Tm- ft-- W A 577r' --:Q-77.-V--.A - ,... A134 A -.-.:r.-:SM :Q Ml? T"'f"2 'MHS ' SKQTYIOA HENRY O. NORTON EDWIN M. PHILLIPS SAMUEL J. ROBERTS KENNETH R. STEAD CYRIL C. STEIN HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER ROBERT N. TULLER 1 :LI I W f 'l fin LI-C.-J J 1. XRS ...NM T59 I R35 Ni J gig! J . ., . vfsw gilygq 'ifflfl , ,IM JAY . Qkkwflfw -I .QQSXTQR Wfxlf . , I I l CAE? If fi 1 i , K '1 :sf II 9 1 4' X 1 V' :mf Rf. A J 6. J gy gl. I w:T'v"'S? TTfF"V I ZAf:f'X!fL2!E.Qd03'Z!.f,'Q3 Ihglfjg, ,A -'IQ4 ' fl -f.-f A-:mu 5, UI :lg-A' A 4. -f .-..,,,,,,.,,....,+'..,....... 1QQ'4ax YEL xAKjNLG.MfI U?x.f4k2?x..R1x AU5 f A. rx 'KN 4TTT7'-'ff57"7'vTn'f1'fi7r'T'l"T1TT'7T'W7?F1'rT?fTf7f .... I . r . , . . I 1 . I fm--f f-- R- --A--Www?-----Y -A-ffff-AAVW I :Q 1 . E in M ' , 1+ . ' A L, ,. . . T, ..,. Q, . . .-.H ::.ff.f,I- :-7.- fam. X...AJ, -,w M, 'N - SA. S 1 A NIS if E1.VANlIA4. Page One Hundred and Sixty-two 1. .: .4,j,'z1,', 1'11'7g"'1,i11S,J 17. .1 ' ' , .fx 1 1 15,2 ' 1 Www- -'ai 1 1 D ll J iii, ji: , . QQIFQ Q 31163111 1' X1 ,wa 1 !"f.52gJ t ,Ja-.Dj Q in-UTM 1 1292214 yi .i 1' Tix 1 1 tagim W4 L, 1l3.x"'i1 1 l Lis?-'F it 12,169.41 l I? ll f'Fir1i 1' 4t1biQ3f 15 Hips l F qw li SV' E Ui' 7. -1 f- . K6 IL i 1, lr- Wmx 'N tc an li WM. 'TTB il 1' 1 stty r V? 1' A ,, .. 555' .: 1 ?gg1?Q, l 2233? 1 1 s if ,X P? l 1 11111111 gl s c LE-.11gtua1gllQ5 . -F i mm a ill' ' 11saa. m11a111 fsslI11. G HE School of Fine Arts was organized in 1920 offering courses in Architecture and Music, both technical courses, together with a course in the Fine Arts consisting of the History and Appreciation of Art, its expression in drawing and design, besides liberal studies. To these courses, which have been con- ducted for many years in other schools of the Uni- versity, there has since been added a technical course in Landscape Architecture. ln 1926 Dean Laird proposed the Selective Principle in Architectural Education which was adopted by the University. At the end of this college year the two- year introductory period of this plan terminates. This will involve the selection from among the candidates for the degree in Architecture of those who have dem- onstrated aptitude for that subject and the deflection of others to those courses which, as may be demonstrated, are better fitted to their needs and capabilities. The University of Pennsylvania, having been invited to participate in the third Pan-American Congress of Dean Laird 1,1 i, 1 . l .. . H. r 51527, , mu 141 5 1,11 21 x f , J 5,-7 l V 1 1311 1 1 - 1-' -, 1 iff-vssf 'Xia ' '1 i l 1 1 ijlll',,,Qj L 'ff I 1' ',. 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Four papers were contributed by the staff o.f the Department of Architecture, three by Dr. l y Laird and one by Professor Parker. , An exhibit of students? work was sent from Penn- lx 31 sylvania to the concurrent exposition and received live of the seven gold and one of the g5 three silver medals awarded to the six schools contributing from the United States. 1 At the beginning of this year the Department of Architecture resumed participation yy 1 ti p in the competitions with other American Schools of Architecture and ateliers held by 3 l if the Beaux Arts Institute of Design in New York, conditions having been modified ' ,N which had led to withdrawal in 1925. The reputation of the school both in America fl? I, and abroad is indicated by the fact that within the past few years the student body was gg? tp, represented by India, England, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, the Philippines, ' ,g - Canada, South and Central America and practically every state in the Union. ff 2 Tr 1 1: i ipttfzi ,T L 'tfse f sa A 1..- -Jgfzif 1 " ""4" ""' "'t ' ' ""'t" " 1' ' 1 'W' C 1,4 , X, -, ,y Q U N t tt y p tif' A" " " 'tv ' " " " ' A' 'R' "-"t"'M't't"Qtt"rt'l-3 up 1,.V,,,fL-ff-"Z3"1""""""---W"""""'M""--112 ,,,.,, , 'Page One Hundred and Sixly-Ihree 4. 1.1 1 . The I9 2 8 Rrcoan 1 'W'f'q TV V Y Y V vA ff, X' ' J. 1. , ,J ,gs Sa lllllimmlff Q ff ' f i "' " ' li? -1 3-gr nllllm' 31 as :gi 1..,,.'Eg r I 4 :a tm: rf.: js Ilhb 'sq -1 1 Til fr gif M i t P52 . 57 1 of R 1 s . . . 911 HE School of Education was organized 1n 1914. 2 Since that time, it has grown from a small insti- Lk i l 1 tution with about thirty-five students to one with bg' l over fifteen hundred students. The program has in- tu f creased from a single curriculum for the training of f 2' teachers of academic subjects to eight curricula pro- 4 . . . . . - U viding for the training of various types of teachers and W supervisors B." ' P- i .N - . . . . .C P Pm Another growth which 1S S1gl'11flCEl11'lI 1S that of the 1 -', De f El t' h'ch is the most active l 1 partment o cuca ion, w 1 'fo' 4 . - , i factor in the Faculty of the School of Education. In . if 19141, there were five members of the Department T compared with twenty at the present time. This in- . ut find' crease in faculty has resulted in the introduction of I p various new phases of teacher training. l R The past year has been marked by several important A ff5?l2Zi5 changes. The Department of Education has been in- f 'yy T Dean Mi'mi'3k creased by six new members, the size of the classes has ' been reduced, and there has been a more dehnite dif- 7 I I . . A. px ferentiation between graduate and undergraduate work. By these means it is hoped tp TI that the instruction will be materially improved. A personnel worker has been ap- I pointed' whose chief duty is to study the case of each new student, direct him 11'l the se- T Q1 if lection of his work, help remove any obstacles to his success as a student, and 1n some ,V Q5 cases direct him away from the teaching profession. 1 . H, T Another significant improvement is in library facilities. The Maria- Hosmer Penm- ' man Memorial Library has been used by not only the undergraduates but .also the E graduates. Recently Room 222, Bennett Hall, has been equipped as a reading room its .t for graduate students where those working on research problems may pursue their 1 ' work with the least possible disturbance. TNQ 2 The next step in the development of the School of Education should be a school of K pl' practice. .lust as a hospital where a prospective physician may serve an internship is xy TQ. necessary to the proper training of men for the medical profession, so a school where 's , . . . . - v if ,K p prospective teachers may serve an apprenticeship is essential to the training of teach- Ju' ers. The University authorities have approved such a plan, and it 1S hoped that in a lt' few years this will culminate in the most im portant step ever taken on this campus to f Ill - . -- . . . - - f 1 . , piovide for the propei t1a1n1ng 0 teac 1618. M L y. t j -L I f 'Q i x Y V V-v., QX YE J L A Q J W W YYY AY VW, Y Ewa.g1a.11wwmfMvmwnmawMwQ1asaeMewaw1y 5 a s Tp RE . ..... L' ...,.... ....., . M .,,........, ..,,.. W ,.., ,, .,,,,,,.,..,.,,,......,... .,..... i an ,, ,,,,,,,,. , ,,.,, i ,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,, mmm ,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,., ....,........,.... ftonivsasirroits rNN.SYtvAN1A L5,.',v,,. .,..,., . .,., , .. .... If .... f. ,..,,,. 2, ..,. ,..,..' ' :. .,., .,....... . .w,,,.... ....1. ..... Page One Hundred and Sixty-four 3. .f ' I lx I 9 2 8 R E C K PRD I M 'ix' S I , ' L9 .- is I " 16 - Aj LP' W X M ,pf xg. ' 'fl i f CW No 'fi' M E75 iw A Je' 4 5 -'Q "Q A if ff f-' ff' 1 I if A X W Q I :mt T- 7 '25 RE' , fi' 4' ' , VB 3 S. e. 'lg if W Xi, 1 - 'vf' eff A -m T v 4 iii, P 'I t. ,g .Wir Ig. V - if A T ' I!" f 13 A- 1 - Lk. GOT.Dh1AN PoDoLA1xc1c BALIS POWELL PRESTON HELRIBOLT STEIN FLEIGLH SARIEL BRACKIN 'NIILLER AUGUST TALBOT SMITH SPRY K9 XVALKER S1-ROCK OLM1 IDEIXIAREST TANNENBAUM BIILLER IQERMAN DIARTIN PRESSMAN HURWITZ RICIIARDS KIMMLLMAN SULLIVAN 9" SIMONS STABLLQ LAMBER1' COPE S XVAPENSTEIN KOEIILER HERTZFELD BORENKOPF SXVARTLEY FLINN INGENITO CARTER 2 QL, 1 LA '1 -. A . ' .f L 1 .. , L ' f 'X' ,N INITINS XX' cu-r1:rzxrAv Bnonszcy 'PLOUGI' BIEKSUROLL Pxmzrr Moom: LUnLUxr SCULL G1:nsoN 1 , 1 .' J ' - ' ' 32' Q ' 5? vi 4" v-.W . Q . A 15 1 4..- 'ur 5 f .Q . W 1 . Jgy lb o ll QQ' Educatlon Club . QE 4 : 41 gm I ' W lx i . 4, ' -,- Preszclenn ..... ...DAVID W. MEASUROLL , . . U A Vwe-President. . 1 ......... LEWIS FLOGE .4 L Secretary. .... .... S AMUEL BRODSKY ff l T reasurer. ..... ....... M ATTHEW PALMER Faculty Sponsor. . . . . .DEAN JOHN H. MINNICIC , I: fi' '- 4 1 iv ' p-uw ' 'x , P' gr KN! e BTU' L' 1 ly ' A W P gy 'vi ' K' K 'ego A Q, , ' -- I YV Y W i V i Y C.- ggyfih' . A i W i in ir i H--AA - 7 4' Wasp' vnu ' I MA U lawns .of ACL ' L .. 1 .MMA AM! , f Y WV, Y, I ! D!ZbJAMfA ld - . .,.. . .... ..,....... . . ,. .. .... ...... ,.,. . ......, ,,,................ . . .. ..., ...L s ig. .,,,. ..., ,,,, . ......,, U , .,.. . ,mm ,.,,,, ,, ...,, ,,.,,,. ,.... ..,. . , , , UNIVERSITY 0 2 ? ENNS1LVANIA 'LL' . ...... ..... . ,,...... -.. .... ...... .......,..... , . .,... ... .,,.. L... .... ..... . ,J.t,,,,,,.., .... .... ...,.... . ........... . Page One Hundred and Sixty-five ,,.f grim 4 l. i' K' 12,12-'EA UD? "f A If AI ll' ' , Q-S5 ll 'll s M " ' ',5,,,"',, ' nail' t IW it - aflfvrf . G - UNCTIONINC continuously and successfully as part of the University of Pennsylvania for over a l half a century, the Towne Scientific School con- tinues its purpose of giving thorough training to its students in order to prepare and equip them ade- . . jfji i 5 44.15329 7 ?,hQX.4:f , , .ef i ll-ixhdll 1 tg",-.5591 1 ml,-xw 'HQ t ' . LQ?-:if-ffl 1 ' 'L cn z 2 iiffil -vw N V l Milt' -. ,mv . p H W3 , Q k . Q ,., . i -CW' . , .NN , m k ' Wg . 1 lit W 1 31411: 1 3,4 ill 5-'X fm lffigf ','-I -Q Y nfl K ' , . ,,.-nf fw r' V ' 'J -fu gf. ,1A., Ll. -y.. quately for their professions after graduation, and to wiiggqf enable them to take their places as intelligent, useful citizens in their respective communities. ' Though a scientific course, leading to a degree in science, has prevailed at Pennsylvania since 1852, it p was not until 1873 that the uDepartment of Science," as it was then known, was made a separate unit of the l 1f- lg 1 U11iversity. In 1875, through the benefaction of the late John Henry Towne, for years a Trustee, who did p much for the cause of scientific education, it was partly l l endowed and subsequently named the uTowne Scien- V p tific School," remaining as an independent department ,. Dean Frazer of the University until 1888, during the administration of Provost Pepper, when lt was made a part of the ilggijil College. This status it retained until 1912, during the , administration of Provost Edgar E. Smith, when it was again re-established upon an independent basis, as one of the Schools of the University, embracing at that time the gepartrnents of Architecture, Chemistry, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical f ngineering. :IXQIQ-Q In 1920 the Department of Architecture became independent under the name of the School of Fine Arts, and in 1923 the Department of Electrical Engineering was established as an independent unit under the name of the MlVIoore School of Electri- I cal Engineering? The Towne Scientific School at present contains the Departments of Chemistry, .Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The remarkable progress of science and its applications during the last fifty years has led to development in many fields, and it is a matter of pride that the graduates of r N this School. have acquitted themselves so creditably, in numerous activities in which Elegy haxie identified themselves, both 1n the realm of pure science and in 1tS d1vers1- rj X ttf . app ica ions. W6 A Under the new plan in operation since 1925, the students spend the first two years fwf in the College, during which time they receive thorough training in the fundamental - subjects necessary for their subsequent work in the Towne Scientific School. Their A last two years are spent in this school in intensive work in Chemistry or Engineering, so that the student personnel at present consists of Juniors and Seniors only. ' i?"ft t ,, 5 tt A .. s c . ,., Page One Hundred and Sixty-six J. B. CARNEY P,-G T W P f - V AA, MF ' ,-Q -A A-fi -7 ...Riff-w....-L-.....-....,,-,.,,.., A..- ' 12- cf: . Q -r ri' Y: Q 1 . 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J X1 "1 DOLAN RIDGENVAY OGDEN JONES LOCKE BLUA1 TINGLE XMALKER XVOOD NVHITTLE DAVIDSON FITZGERALD JJERBST MOORE XVILSON CRONLUND FITCH SHAW BAUMGARTNER OSTERLY DJCINTOSII I-IEOKMAN KOONS GLASSMAN GILBERT :KELIP EISENLOHR I-IOUGI-ITON GAMDRILL SIMMONS GEGGIS NIASI :KABAKIIAN VVALIPLER SCIIICK BTIENNER POLKE OERTER CORSON MILLER MCTIGUE NELSON MILLER SCI-IAEFER IQLTNELHOEFFER I-IENSEL POXVER EBLING BARKER FOLEY BLANFIN ARMSTRONG CI-IAMDERLIN V1NNR'IETER RICGRATII ZAHN FIELD CARNEV CONVARD TUCRER PENNEL PRINCE ROAN NVOOD BARNES The Towne Scientific School American Society Of Mechanical Engineers IJNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA STUDENT CHAPTER Presiderrb. FRANK H. PENNELL Vice-Pres., RICHARD J. PRINCE Sec.-Treas., FRANK J. TUCKER W. H. BAUMGARTNER J. B. CALVA Priestley Chemical Society President, HUGH W. FIELD Vice-Pres., ROBERT R. VALLEE Secretary, CHARLES W. MOORE Treasurer, CHARLES ZAHN J. S. MCGR.'STH C. W. MOORE JR. Simi? S. CHAINTBERLAIN W. COWARD . W. FIELD C. HENSEL i"F'16?'?UP"F QOQFQQQQIJ I-1 'Cr' PSQPFOF 2:34.-131-3'-:: UPOQEOFZ gum-mix 1-I-r Ez, of.1 2:- 2? UU ERLE WAMPLER W. F. LEAGUE Seniors G. F. BLIZZARD T. J. POWER E. C. BRAINI-:RD S. D. REYNOLDS C. C. DAY J. C. SHAW . B. MCINTOSH W. W. SLOCUM . MAXSI F. J. TUCKER, J F. H. PENNELL W. A. WITTE Juniors R. H. BARKER E. LAZARUS K. W. BRENNER P. OSTESZLE J. A. EBERLINC P. POHLKE J. E. FOLEY R. PRINCE J. R. GAKNDINETTI D. RITER J. H. HECIQMAN D. SCHICK, C. F. HILL D. SPILLER E. J. IQABAKJIAN M G. I. KOONS V A American Society of Civil Engineers '. 'iff 11 UNIVERSITY OF PENNsYLvANIA ,QQQF -lj STUDENT CHAPTER Hr' HV . g.g.1'L,11 Preszdent, HENRY A. ROWAN, 3 ,"!,j' Vice-Pres., RALPH I. WOOD ffg Q Secretary, ROBERT S. BARNES I 7-5-,gf-,j Treasurer, JOHN C. CARR 1 ' WIN' 1 J WR! 11:1 l1,ff1i?Ax W. G. ARMSTRONG F. S. MIXHEDY' 1151.151 A.-M. BLAMPHIN C. H. MILLER ALAN CORSON, JR. E. J. OERTER W. S. EISENLOHR, JR. J. W. OGDEN W. F. A. FITZGERALD N. N. OREHOFE fy, J. D. JONES G. M. RAMEX' A. D. IQEMP Mx 'A -Z R. S. BARNES C. LIMNIOUDES ' DAVID BLOOM A. S. LOCKE J. C. CARR W. G. RIDGWIXY gb W. J. CLANCY H. A. ROWAN, 3RD. 1 'I R. L. COLTART J. L. TINOLE L. I. DAVIDSON R. L. WALKER . E. P. DOLAN SAMUEL WHITTLE, JR.. 1 J. J. GILBERT H. C. WOOD Q1 f" L. H. GLASSMAN R. I. WOOD 1 A. D. HEIKBST ISR iii . I I' 4' -' A "L, ,Q V-V . .. -1 I ,' 15 4 1--.... 7.0 ....,..,. , ., 4...,... ,4.....-, ,.. ..,.,.,..... .. .. L. .W Page One Hundred and Sixty-seven T. F. SCHAEEFER R. R. VALI.EE W. R. VAN METEIK CHARLES ZAHN J. G. MILI.ER F. L. MUEHLMANN R. A. NELSON W. H. SCHAEEEEII J. K. SIMONS H. G. WILSON R. T. MOORE l X I,9,,Q7f' 1, 1115! QI, .1 MTA' 4 I ' Tflzi 1' 1!..".f'G,1 111 ,grey 3'-I :fill 1ww 1 151, 5 ,3f -V 'Z I . K W, 1 li f , ,1 ff' .. I 'If' I ' .11',1f1 .U 1 1 1 1 .R rj 1. ff " ' .1 1 'f 1 ,-141' I 35 l L"fr1?21 5 l'fE1.ITf LAW I HE71' fi,- fn W 51 1 QE! 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From 1893 to 1914 in- struction in electrical engineering and mechani- cal engineering has been given in a single de- partment known as the Department of Mechani- cal and Electrical Engineering. The growth in the number of students taking electrical engineering, together with the steady increasing importance of this branch of the en- gineering field, led the trustees of the University in the fall of 1914 to form in the Towne Scien- tific School a separate Department of Electrical Engineering. Early in 1923, the Department of Electrical Engineering was detached from the Towne Scientific School through the benefaction of the late Alfred Fitler Moore, whose will designated this school as a memorial to his parents, under the name of the Moore School of Electrical Engineering. The school was then moved from the Engineering Building to its present quarters at the southwest corner of Thirty-third and W'alnut Streets. With the housing of the Moore School in its new home, we see the final achievement of thirty-four years of pro- gress in the field of electrical engineering at the University. The income from this endowment is used primarily to develop undergraduate instruction in Electrical Engineering. A portion of it is also used for graduate in- struction, and to encourage research work on the part of both faculty and students. The undergraduate course in Electrical Engineering in the Moore School, follow- ing two years of college training, is a two-year course. These two years are devoted primarily to the intensive study of purely engineering topics, but throughout his course in the Moore School the student is also required to continue the broadening of his in- tellectual background by devoting a part of his time to the study of some phase of liberal arts, pure science, or economics. This undergraduate course leads to the de- gree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Throughout the course, the endeavor is made to give the student not only a thor- ough technical training, but to develop in him those characteristics which are equally essential to success, namely, industry, good judgment, self-reliance, initiative, ability to work with other men, and above all, common sense. Dean Pender L Uff " ' ll? S' 1 I Stahl I uf T 1 '73 I' 11 if JMU? xl V1 itifflil vgqriaf f rl Wil ml if Wilt al jfjrrex .wird lQf'Z.l'Q?,.'! ill-xiii ' KA 3'V',W iisaaiii In Milli? f r rw 150 Q.. ri laill' 15-'ggi' 1 Q1 F' all I 11 , .' . AJ ' - 4 lx 1 tt ' , Ji , lt y ,fe be Ir il 1 1 A ,614 li lx 'E i,fw'55if7x'X. . 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I IIM-,I,If':e.:,If I g n II III 1 I ' IECI'If.'IIII 1,4IWI-Ii,-'fi EFI 'IIN ' I II 'versity Clubs ' I ' 'I E - 'X fl I II .I A H I I I ISI I1 ' QI " 9 e :I I , III -YI IIQ' IM " 3 II Q '-"'---'II' , I 'gxpfs-IIEI I- f " Il - -'I 'I I jg I-I-, IQ S .1 'fx 4 .H , Hz. 1 H RI s I si' hf'Ki-wie' xx " A S s 0 C 1 A T10 ARKING a new era in united Church work on the Pennsylvania Campus, the Christian Association en- tered its fH3500,000 home on March 22d,1928. This step has made possible a greater fulfillment of the HPennsylvania Plani' of religious work. The new home of the Christian Association, besides con- taining complete office facilities for the staff of workers, lounges for men and women, is spacious and complete in its makeup. Club rooms and banquet rooms are provided in abundance for the use of University Activities. ln the very heart of the building is found the student contribution, Me- morial Hall, dedicated to the sons of Pennsylvania who gave their lives in the Service. This beautiful and useful auditorium, which will so Httingly serve undergraduate needs, was built as a re- sult of 3B75,000 subscribed to the Memorial f .r Hall Fund by members of the Faculty and , classes from 1926 to 1931. The Christian Association has grown ,z.,: from a small organization in 1896, when it operated on a meagre budget and somewhat ineffectively, until today it presents a power- 'i"tT ful religious organization, reaching into all gi, branches of students' life. The Association is Church-centered in its program. 1ts Sun- day schedule is carried on in the campus "f' fa,,4. if churches, thereby keeping the student active f in the work and worship of a church of his Page One Hundred and Seventy President Witter 1.42115-5"-'.W '1s..g..-...'p'm , A , ,,.-, . 1 ,,.f,,,.,,, , ' jgv' , 2 -fn,-t 1 lil , ,I':'L3-A-1 I jig! if I 1fqf'fjQ3H , ju g ,ffqfffl E fluffy 5 'Fi' . 1 A gif l Sihvtkaf piss? l U 'NW t 1 fffsli f Qlw tier ,S I Lf 1 ? A. 1 9251 f .ig I lgffgfi I rf! 951' 17533: 115,-ig w f 15511 -' ' 1 1 Ylfiix l 4, 5 fam 1 'PWS' I sf M, , drive! ii' js,,i'fl fat-E I Iii? I 593331 :X Xgijgx l . X51 L7 5' rQ'!-'nav-5 if? WF? ' 'Z 'g 1 1 f 'H ' ' 1 Q 179 1' 5 x nf. X S K ,L .sr Eff,-sf 3 N ,Z -jj, 1 56? 5 jg 1' fl 1 1' f Ll : 'yi fi 1 x I 9 -5.3114 1 lmiglyyi w X r'7M'fWf I Q QU! fm 1 'xLf",,QL I yli w 'iff' , X own denomination. The week-day activities center in the new building, The University Settlement House, The Inter- national House, as well as the homes of the members of the staff. The summer activities deal with the camps for under- privileged boys and girls at Green Lane, and the foreign missionary interest is fostered by Dr. "Joew 1VIcCracken7s splendid work in China. With the graduation of the Class of 1928, the Christian Association will lose several workers from its ranks. "Bob" Witter and "Bill" Kraft retire as President and Vice-Presi- dent of the Student Cabinet. Ted Henderson, Mal Runyan and Stan Sweetser give up their positions as Denominational Vice-Presidents. Among those committee chairmen the toll is greatest. Fred Pfeiffer, Henry Leutholt, Sam Diehl, 'aSuds', Davis, MSteve', Spencer, and "Hap,, Edlund will leave vacancies difficult to fill. ln addition, Jack McDowell and Leonard Dill, who have toiled untiringly in their serv- ice, will leave the ranks. The bond of friendship and good fellowship has been very close between the Class of 1928 and the Christian Association. In the four years of its existence, the Class of 1928 has felt to the utmost the influence and stimulating effect of the Christian work as practiced by the Association. But while receiving its benents, the members of the class have not failed when called upon to render their service to such a worth-while cause. 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R. 1, 7 W1 1 V' ir uf' ll? 1 1 ifitvfi 1855 sf , ,. . . ., 1 :fs-ri 91 YN? ' V' Q55 i 4-7'T1XQi 5, 'six 55,1 ' -:fx , n nel 1' 11 1151151 C9 F1 'S Wei :,f'1'ii1' ii 1A.f,.e g 1. 1, f1 1 i jimi: 'R LLELQ- a?1f'1'i 1' -3171:--. I Jfff' 10.51. 1 JONES HQANSEN EICHELBERGER HALL REDINGTON TOBIESON HENDERSON LEUTHOLT McDowELL Dzu. LEIIMAN Dxmu. SXVEETSER RUNYON IQTZAFT XVITTER IENNEY STEVENS PEEIFFEIQ Christian Association Cabinet 1927-1928 OFFICERS President ....... ..,........,.. R OBERT D. WITTER Vice-President.. ........ ,..... XX 7ILLIAM B. IQRAFT, Jn. DENOMINATIONAL VICE-PRESIDENTS I 1 'Jo I ' . TN" F f me 11 3 7 1 51 i1 5221" W2 1' 1551 ST' . '3eZ1'..Q-s 1 s 'if l ,iff 5. 13,5 1 My V, 1 i- 'I' 'K Q Q 1. 2, 1 1j." LA ! 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MILL.kR Iifffffl I mx 1 EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS lv ff X ' - ' cc v - as 1 y not Editor-Ln-Chief of The Pennsylvunlan .............. LEONARD C. DILL, JR. E' 'BBQ 1 President of the Senior Class ............ ...... J ACK J. MCDOWELL 1 N 1 Inzez-national Students House Adviser .... .... R ALPH C. BUSSER, JR. 1 -T ei 1 1 5. ls". 1 . as U' G ' 1136261 1 1 ,1 11Lg51 1l,'f ,.JiQr ,if 5' LQ' ,L ... .-f - ..- ----.-..-. - . 0 .. L . ,nliffflfi .- f .. f ' f E- E Lj-15-7:51-17,l:Eifijia:i'wT1lZI.1QN...ll'Q.1.-- ..,. -T-,-.-..-. ef.. ' ii-f"1.i. 2.5. S.aA. T"N'V51.-.gmg T-fi-E'-f -f2,.g,1,-1.s.-- . 1. .1 f . .... . .... ...s.W...... .......... ,,.. . .-..+.f.. ....., T mT,,.. ., ..,. ,. ...,.f.-...v v..1E4i-HE .,AV i.5,5,I.,-f-5..,W,,,.....,,,.s,...,f..,,.A -.f.---,.-.. 1... - 7 - ' f' E7 . ' if "fi if ' "W '1'..1A:fIii'1f'-' E15'.2yW .T T iff? 'C ' 1 LEU ,.., ill. . M. N fri' L sf-. ,fps ..f.-:'iQfL,g, Page One Hundred and Serenly-Ihree V v'v v'v sf'-r v'v v'v v'Q v'v.v'vy'v v'v v'v v'v -f'xf,-'Tv lf' QI' hvx 1a'Nill' 'Sv'N7w7 Eil v if V Y V Tlf 'wr fl V if Sr N1 v Q . sf 'nfl Y - V HT' WQY5, l lg All ,115 rv -u uf ui nl pr yr nf wr u ,ni -1? vi' v?'jvr'rvPTt1v 3L3vvQ1vQvvf'yYjv?7"y Yj1T'j1T'MY,jjvT'LjvT'Qv'TfNvT'Q1if"1i"Ljvifvjyifj1T'fyT'Q'1i'f v .3 " AMLL4 A-L A-fl-L' L'-A-1 ' 4 J sg -A ' czwmm fzzb M- 3 E X 9 l E w 2 A -- 7511 , K - v Z if 'T rv' r"v r"v, rvv VT Vx II'YiT"K7T'T7"Y7"f7"K "fr 7'K7'xU'rU'1U"t rxgrxjm -. f ff.?'J.2'f5.5s 4.34.54 aflwffr A.?:f!.e:.5913.i:4.2sA.2 225i.Xi4.5i.Q-441:42-L-Si's.f:f4g4.f,44.4:14,f:,13,?,LCfgzfQs:si fs.f--"i.fs14.fs'52fc1a-is.5:A4-s:lQ4s'A4xfNA 1-Qlwk HE Newman Club of the University of Pennsylvania is but one of the one hun- dred and forty similar organizations in institutions of higher learning through- out the United States and Canada. These clubs were organized to promote the religious, social, and educational interests of the Catholic students in the non-sectarian colleges and universities and are today banded together in one international organiza- tion known as uThe Federation of College Catholic Clubs? The Newman Club at Pennsylvania was the first of its kind organized and was also the first student denominational organization at the University. It was founded in 1893 with a membership of 25 or 30 students. As the University has grown, so has the Newman Club grown and today it holds the active interest of over 1200 students. Newman Hall and St. Bede's Chapel, 38th and Spruce Sts., are headquarters for the Club. The Hall, in addition to the Chapel, includes reading and lounging rooms, an auditorium, and living accommodations for 50 students. Also, the property in- cludes the residence of Rev. John W. Keogh, the Club Chaplain, who is likewise the Chaplain of the Federation of College Catholic Clubs. The religious and educational ends of the Club are attained through. open forum lectures on religious and philosophical topics, religious devotions, retreats, lectures on Catholic literature, and study in the library. In addition, the Club sponsors numer- ous social functions and dramatic productions. Besides these general activities, social service work is probably the most important factor in the Club. Settlement work, car- ried on by the student members of the Club, has been very effective among the colored and Italian people in the downtown sections. The children in these districts, in par- ticular, have been aided and developed by the Clubis efforts. Bible subjects and cate- chetics, as well as citizenship, are taught. A prize-winning Scout troop was formed several years ago and is continually maintaining a good record, under the leadership of the student workers. The field of medicine and dentistry are not neglected in the set- tlements. The Club has charge of the dental clinics in the Madonna House and the House of St. Simon, which it equipped and now maintains. ln the past year over 2000 cases were treated in the clinics by the dental-student members of the Club. Outstanding events in the life of the Club this year were the football dinner ten- dered in honor of Captain Ed Hake, the lectures of Rev. Charles Bruehl, Ph.D., on MModern Sex and Marriage Problems," the lectures of Catherine Bregy, Litt.D., on uThe Christian Reaction in Modern Literaturei' and '6Catholic Literature," the third annual Club Retreat, and the production of the Frank Craven play, '4New Broomsfi The Newman Club has continued to hold its place, in the life of the University during the scholastic year, and the approach of the vacation season finds it stronger than ever and busily preparing for the reception of the Summer School students and the work of the next year. 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I I J 4 P , I 'Q-11 ------- ,H - - 4..- NIULEOON LIEENER M. SWEENEY E. SWEENEY FORTIERE S1-IIEK IVIULHALL NUGEN1' FRIDAY NUWINSKI RILEY KEAIINEY FITZPATRICK Rom: SEGRUE BICBIAIION STONE NOONAN SLATTERY VAN HORN BEIIAN MEAD SAVER LLIERLITTER Newman Club President ........... First Vice-President. . Second Vice-President. . . Third Vice-President Treasurer ........... Recording Secretary. General Secretary. . . Chaplain ............. . . . Past President H9275 . ...JOSEPH F. VANHOIIN JAMES J. SLATTERY, JR. . . . .MARIE A. MCCABE . . . . . . .HARRY STONE .WILLIAM J. NOONAN .. .... NAOMI C. SULLIVAN . . . .JAMES E. NUGENT REV. JOHN W. KEOGH . . . .BRANDAN B. SHEA Page One Hundred and Seventy-five :fTT'Qf-I I ff AH M Ku' I 'N ug- N If Jiri is Jim!-if KQV' A , 34.31, If YJ II ' X 'I I 15 1 'xii YS' Q9 ,eg if- 657 . CW' ' Li . ,I hi if .9 Y al I 1 H W if Q. 5' I ' 'WCS 9 I U I I' YV Ai U4 QQ, 'Lia :gg I, 953 f 4.9. mg ,fbi A Q 1'J I -Zi: wifi . . ,I Wakf ' Y I .,., ...Q I M X, 'IJ' ,':. I I I ' .si f I 1.931 A r 1 -. X 'H. ,vi . ,X WM, 'ii ,fy I . L-. '15 ,. ,I f.,x -, ,.X ,tu .1 ,-. ...,. 1 l'l.'14-.., H+ 'T' -'-- -- ,..... ..-.,,....,..1 . it .U S s fist D E T S A S S " Q .5 '31 N'-W M CI T 1 o as . Y- Z -- 1 I STEVENS -L 'ttk - HE Jewish Students' Association, While founded only in 1925, has All -J already become one of the active denominational organizations 4 on the campus and a most potent force among its students. Its purpose is to cooperate with all oflicial groups, with the express inten- .. tion of stimulating the religious, social and cultural life of the Jewish Students at the University. l li J The home of the Association is at the Jewish Students' House, at 3613 Locust Street, and this is the center of all Jewish activity on the " campus. It has the very enthusiastic support of the Philadelphia com- I munity and is sponsored by the Philadelphia Branch of the United Synagogue of America. Other Jewish organizations use its facilities freely. A large spacious dining room is a dominant feature and more than one hundred and fifty men and women avail themselves daily of l the food prepared in strict accordance with the Dietary Laws. Religious C services are conducted every evening, including a special service each Friday Night. Among its lounge rooms is a library which contains many volumes of a religious and historical character. Classes for the study of Hebrew, Jewish history and literature and W discussion groups headed by competent and able leaders are but a few :jgff'.jf'i of the activities of the Association. A bureau of social welfare works in harmony with local charitable institutions. 7 This year has seen an increase in social activity with the giving of frequent dances on festivals and during both terms. The Association publishes the Jewish Association News for the purpose of keeping students in touch with its activities. It welcomes all Jewish students on the campus and extends to them a hearty greeting, urging them to make use of any and all of its facilities in Whatever fields they may be inter- ested, whether they be social, religious or educational. llfillfla ..a e ,t a ,r .. . - 3 irii. 1 eiii ' 5 ... 1 gi Page One Hundred and Seventy-six t ff The I9 s Effotm ' s. .le V' i 1l' Ay 0 J .V 1 ,, 3 1' -S .V . Q Q ' IRR gm 11 4-Q X . rl A I in-75 X X1 Us" Q3 '. ipffgjs 5 . ,Diff f' 13 . 5-Y.. I XIXLQUXI , gtuqzg 3 1 Wil . M wfq, IQ ff, E-tx7lli?A"1i . -1, -I ,XQKLDBX Q N E QQWW. 1 X7 fx ' .:.3,g,f I. fy? f Q . . -I I :fb 52-1' it iffy? . 'fJ!:t55 Q1 I vm 'E -r TE.. 5f"4X'w4, " y X X, 1,11 . 1, f-. 1 I 2- ' J : ff fijij I Lf- 3 5 ' .'A2g3. I tx ..Xg 'w'Q1y"'f' ,I . 4,ggwXf,g, U! Q" ,AX . f, 1261? ip 7'-'WJ 4' 'Q L25 f ' 2'f,rf'! 1' 1,--"jL'fw . 53518 f V !f1'f.f7gfX'-P ' I"'n:fxx 1 1 I- gm ftxxfaglt R711 Rgj . 14321,-gf X IILWTCX 3 54.41 HEX 5 krfxix , eefimtilf My: A ' Emi? .f-, I , I I, f' MQ .UL -,. . X . ,X.,...,, . .,,.....m .-. EPSTIEN SIEGIEL GALEXVSKI SLAVIN Jewish Students' Association THE CABINET President ..... . . .ALBERT GALEWSKI Secretary. . . . Vice-President. . . .... DAVID LEVITAN Treasurer. . . . COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN SEYMOUR N. SIEGEL .. .EMANUEL KOHN Rst KAR W1 iq! fm n, xp .1 at Qtggjif 6 6299? 'I :Vi-ei Qfmfx uwkfwlfx : .QQW 5 EV 1 L35 SEI . f .' X531 X ' 'iii-9. i""N--I' X IAF:-'yJ,' E 531 ' I Q. X51-:Qs-.5 X I I N' OWEN . -I. X 1' Y ,XX .. X1XXXX,'X I . ' ri' 11' . X-. QV 3 ,if'Ixj!. 5 fig, ffX,f 1 VIL' W."t . - I .bn K' 1, 'I 43 1: 'V . .X .. I I f"IL5'Q 13 'flzrwi raw i fi 'vi' 4 QF' 3.1.5 .If . I. .ai I tty: fX E13 . ff 'XLAX , Xq , ., XX ,XX ,XXI .X I1 WS n--I: fX. :X f, .ga-.-5 -.,,, XI. 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L 5j"4ji:fjIgggg.gQ ,X I - ,-1 ' , I i 'ff A"A " ' 'J My-4' lf- A-H" 'mf' Cfjufrw-R-svrwpiiigr':iii"i:1::L::i'i'ti"' W' " ' .. W Page One Hundred and Seventy -sewn lt x"C fx lf, 1 . ' w t .','j! 5 4 l ,IA , Q. X. f-, Tw .w 'sl 'qc' 1 Vf. .11 1 ,rg "j','.Q.l pai? j alll' l 12 I '-'fit 1 l l I 4 ,Qt 4 'fx 1 .'..f,V l :Cir I .. l 'xc t ,yt x ,QQ rm, 4"fl is ff f r , full ' P77151 E .FXUU l . x .TN I '-W w yr., lf 2, ,y V 'GW 11-mul 'Ill ff? f R--if 'Zvi Till x-IJ lf.-X ,, 1. xl ft . l 1, alll K3 VV X p7 T X.. F S xy? I 1 . ...nt ,N :"w,,'X 4 I H'Z?fil 4, V - A self? P' -"".- -T11 1 in If . - - 'reveng- INCE its beginning in 1894 with the inception of the Columbia Cornell, Penn- sylvania triangular league-the oldest in intercollegiate debating circles in the country-the Debating Team has in certain years been a very prominent activity, While in others it has almost fallen into inactivity. However, in our four years at Penn- sylvania, the Debating Team has maintained a uniformly high standard-both in its quality and popularity as an activity. The annual feature debate has been the opening one of the season held alternately with Oxford and Cambridge Universities at Vllitherspoon Hall and usually broad- cast over the radio. Other debates in the past four years have included contests with Bates, Texas, Columbia, Cornell, Rutgers, Lafayette, North Carolina, Pennsylvania State, and the members of the Eastern Collegiate Debating League, which includes Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Williams, Wesleyan, Amherst, Dartmouth, Brown, and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania's record over the past four years has included victories in the ma- jority of these debates, while our standing in the Intercollegiate League has never fallen below third place. The feature debate of the season was the league debate with Harvard, since neither Oxford nor Cambridge visited the United States this year. The Honorable Harry A. Mackey, Mayor of Philadelphia, presided and was introduced by Arthur L. Church, a member of the Board of Trustees of the University. The debate was broad- cast over the radio, but nevertheless the audience was so large that over a hundred were refused admission. Freeman Elder and Bernard G. Segal represented Pennsyl- vania and although they lost by a 2 to 1 decision, the debate proved one of the finest in recent years. L Too much credit cannot be accorded Graduate Manager Clayton McMichael and Coach William Kennedy for the sustained interest in debating. The class of 1928 was adequately represented by Nathan Agran, Captain Freeman Elder, and Bernard Segal, the last named assisting with the coaching of the teams during the past year. These three men started as freshmen by winning every debate and thus formed a strong nucleus for the team during the past three years. Francis B. Downs and 'Manager William Gramer, both of our class, also debated for Pennsylvania in 1926- 27. The Freshman debating teams of the past three years, coached by Mr. Kennedy, the first two years, and by Segal the last, have not lost a single contest in three years. ln the annual Frazier Oration Contest, Robert L. Frey, a freshman, completely up- set all predictions by taking first prize, while Segal won second place. Page One Hundred and Seventy-eight ,WX 3 A. 1l".'I .iv Q" , ul, 4. X for-N, 0 AX .171 'lx t 1 :QW .F ff ,J ,X ' l wr ll ' ili- alpfg lla. R 11 ,qlfgifllll grixl Za at 1 'Y fl l ,fliflf 15351 QF. U 'ji l ' l 1 fn A J PSP is bf A. QR l ,tail w gt, ,Q lam if 2, hifi , 1 'fzvlrm " 1. Tffu l ft ff, 2,1 "?2aW1m.55ig.. .. ..... i1..I"7' .,., L 'M f E - IE' .e me E ff E' 'VZA e ' E... , 1 f E I JI PV 37, - . Re- 'U' 'I X5 '7 W2 fm TV I W-.L ,.- E H ....-,We,g?5:3?5"Q.? IIIgnfEpLr14.T1n IIVIITI n .RIFQLWPELQFETQIII PM E IQ L. 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W' lt' A : 'A Pj: NWI 1 O wg ., K. f r H I 1'G F -I 1. f- X9 :N - C' 1 1 - BEAUVEAU BOORIE X5 ALBERT EDWIN CLATTENRERC, JR. n, ' Y " fl nal' THEODORE CLATTE A was NBERG T A .h AER' C 975 JOHN W. CLEGG, JRR. f r r ij, 01, GEORGE C. DAVIES5 JR. fif sfo, Q9 - , eg. .9 45 T52 ELI EI-CHELBERGER nip X X . W RALPH R. EICHELBQERCICR , . ll ' .'- '9' RICHARD LI .BRICK 1 - l E P? F 2 I W 4. I, - pgs! T. MORR-RIS PEROT, SRD. gr? I my W QQ! FLOYD T. STARR H QS" lv A s 534' . 67,3 A: 51- 9 I -' B-T' 'DQR lf -S5 I D. ly?-5 ,if if f ' ive' I Ilgl' , lay U' l .fr i 1 A an au' 'P fa, .A ..!x V X, I. . l -Q9 ui: vu Q ' Nt Ni Ms' I fb R cb Q7',x .6-M 7 e Qu WI ,. . f?j -QP V Q4 A V E x rvwm A ,E A f E. Iw i 1 -Y Wagga Ava. vsI w4ax.ua -IwxzMS Y'.i .9 Enm.,vN' xv . U V1 1 4 4031 - AW! V -KW!-wan-SN tv.. ... , .,.. .. ..,... T ......,.. .... . ....,,...,. .........-- . ........, . .. ...,...,,,,...f v..,.... ....,.-- ..,...f 5 E .... rrl1'1'rn'rn-rvwm ..... ,,n-T,-rm ..... n-rm ...I .... 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EDWARD CANTOR DONALD H:YMAN THOMAS SHEEHAN J ISADOKE CIMMET MILTON HYMIXN ROY J. SMITH .Iggy JAMES CONAHAN RALPH JASPER JOHN UTZ li- QQ MICHAXEI. CONTINI IRVING IQRAKUSIN EDWARD VINCENT V' 5 LEO DECIQER FRANK MAKAIICZYR ALFRED WASCOLONIS I W - f JOHN DIEDRICIC, JR. JOHN MULHALL LEWIS WILLIAMS .I PETER FORVE JOHN MURPHY' VVILLIAIVI WILLIAMS DELMAR GARDNER JOSEPH OLEXY JOHN J. WEISS ,Q ,I - RUSSELL GRIIIFITI-I LEO POLLAKOEE ADAM YASTRZEINISIQI I 4 NX iv-I ll W 'I J I R I, .9 L I 2 f., I I I I - V" Y! 'xr iffy' IA- A 31.-fix ' "P - A ',f5,f?g65'i,RQ47I, 3-H A - Y W A,-,,,,,,,,1:ii:l.":2. iqI3iEHQsQA.mAAp ,, etmglgfgxzigggniix ..fIji2giQig:..jgZgf M... ...., , .,.,.,, , ,.... ., ......... ,,-..,..,,. .,..., ,... , ,. .... .. ..,.. . . . In .. agG 5.Ei5,.,.m..-f.i .L . g ' 4 if 1' Ik " y,"'f.-A -w , 1 ' ' ,- I ' if N ' U N I V L PI S J T I Ll DQ R L N EA A I L 'Rf A AJ P L'kL I L.. , . .....,,.,. Y..,.,,, .-.. ,, --.-... 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H 6Z.1g,.fjf7 J QUAD r-cw L . ,.,,,, M' WY ,I uf . 73 1:0 ,M - I: I: 5ffj'fJ! bg Rf Tiw J STEWART LEHR CHAMBERS 4 SMITH Koos DUVINAGE, Mgr. BERGUIDO, Grad. Mgr. THOMPSON DILL FISCHER ey F I 'R 1 , wr, luv A QA. :ep . " 3 if-NEA 35- I V 531931 V J W .H L W-'I .3-,', -.. F .W fc! :Fw-mf-jf' ' Hi" 2" 2' ff ff'-'J . V . ,-. .IL N 'JJ 'QW- - I ' L. I W .23 Cx , H' 17- W rv.-21211 I ' I ,'Al,'1'f7i,1'i J .X Nj. I ' lY0..J1I: 'i 'UL 3-is S' X if J. WI A ,J 1 I U KIJJ ,':f" Y J X H. . . 1' 'ft -L N 2 ' V f If ,Vw-3 ri 4927" J H3915 1 W V ' ,T--A I NT-UT 'ff 'za VAT, 7- , .W . xxx 'Xb I V. AA , -LI wx .N ,H .X . POT: 2 1 5, ISYS. gn- Y 4 -'-I X, 7 I! I Q 0 9 Q J UHlV6FS1ty Of Pennsylvama Travel ASSOC13t10H EQl,1QQfjf it 43 E nf? Z5 MANAGING BOARD jjfgveleifgiief M' 11 fwigfk fiijlgfg-M Graduate Mana er .............. JOSE BERGUIDO, '24 QKSQWIJJ V-71,-.IQ. I I g ,Ll Rim' Mgjg It Assoctate Manager. . . ...... DONALD BEATI-I MILLER lwanager ......... . . .JACK PIERRE DUVINAGE, JR. I Alternate ..... ..... W ILLIAM A. THOMPSON, JR. ' I I w.,a.mzf1 Q2 1 I . . V Sentor Asststant Managers I Q I LEONARD CARTER DILL, JR. THEODORE L, KOOS W9 .,. .- 53.5 ' GORDON MCIQAY FISCHER WILLIAM I-IARLIS SMITH IIQQ35 th X Mfg Junior Assistant Managers 'f f SIDNEY LEON CHAMBERS WESLEY ALLAN STANGEIL' JR. ' If , CARL BOEKEI. LEHR GUY KINGSLEY STEWART W Wm I' b Q5 I Y . V , J . . 11 , Y . , 1 I . . ,, I: F? 'I R If ' 1 5 M' R F' I ,DA If I I .DARE-fx If? :I 'Lf N Y- - ,L -- -"-' 'ffk' "1:' '::M1.:' " Qwki' iy U N J S3 I 1, QL' ., . A A If Og- .. .... ...... . .. .... L-, LL... AMAA., .... .I... .L-,L3Eg:.1?3'ji:if.gel ..lLliMA.-444 Hliillaxf 1 Page One Hundred and Eighty-three ,. . If Q. f. MA A.. ,V -Q 1- -gi Q:LIAJLII-I.LjL.fI.L1...JI.L'LTLHL .. i ,Iwi f - - -'N I -7-- 9' IFLW"""u?W'UTK1T1'U7l1"LI'AI!TI'T4'fi .II:.,, .,' 6 . . T PDQ A V . AJ .5 X 1 Q Iwi' . xr! I W1 X iiEQ'f..J 4' . 4fQf.f."I I CIC1 f A . '27 1 IF A Ig, L, . piggy . I .,'.f1'l . 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E xr yu' IQQMJ ?"affa?f'..X J 1 gif'-fr V R ,j 'Thx V: , 4 t - I 2 ,.?9-ng? f?7'iXl GINSBERG ARCHEY X M DERSLNi?xsHER bmi-EL CLARKE Bmzmzn f Hwkcgf' U ' ' lx ,XE J jf KXJx . 1 .35 MN U NJ 0 0 . NSW P111 Mu Slgma WR? M? ' ff 'J - J President ...... ....... A LLAN J. FISHER f i A. Vice-President. . . ..... HARRY L. ARCHEY, J R. Q R gg Secretary ...... ...CLEMENT J. CLARKE, JR. . Treasurer. . . ...... - - ...... THEODORE M. GINSBERG ' GORDON F. BLIZARD af , ' STANLEY A. SIEGEL JOHN L. VANDERSLICE P w R iff ' J : ,cr ..! 4 5 in .19 - J: , J -5 E Hg I w 'SQ9 . f9'7l A "i . 1 'agp' V . SN:-Q V i i V ir gxi V EQJFIJUPXJX? Y Y Y V F-7. . 1 . , ..... . .,,,.. .,,,,,,,. . ,I ..,,. .- ...,., .,, .,,, ..?,,..... ..... ..... ........ E A .,,,, . ,,,,,, E ,... ..,,, - ,,,,.,,.....,, .,.., ..,.....,.,... ... ..,.........lA.,.-V. A2 T... . I gUNIJVE..R.SI1Y 0 ,4 6 ENNSYLaVANiA WL Y. . ,. . .... ..... ..... . .4.....,,,,, , . 1 ..-- --..-..L.4,u,,...,.,,. ....4, ' 1 .d..V ...., yi... ...,:J,. 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DONATH ALFREDO J. TORRUELLA '55YjQWj f JOHN F. WOIRMAN 'Q5g,bf'ff, ifiifa ww' -23. ITT? 'Q'- J1 AT-4 '-fl?-1 G H ,kgwp A :D ,'l!if-231' f If ' S' 'WW' WP-' - -P 'Plfelf E 17525:-,':1z.'.,:N3', 1 H ' "':377f?7'f3fi??if5P , f - '- f- v ..... - ve, -- 4 - --.'.'.,-i.Ii-,Lf1-'Q Q" i'lf'- Q' ,L:..l 'sgslyr-LAL. L - 3+-' ,A -,. . .. . A ,. . .... , 1 .' X 'J .N y. Page Two Hundred and Four ,,.,x,,..I...,,.,m,,,-..fm-w.-. MIWW-,,,,,,,,W,,M, I-U . m- m- N- ...IM WF, V -I ,Ti VX V I I:-A---"'--m'1:':':'-W-N'1355125111-xiii? ' I , , H . ' " I -7--'W--WA--xf-BF - HT EFEESWATQELYEI'-Efgiinfiisiw.mifei.gffl5fI I ' c Ii. g hw, ' .3 ' I Eijwij f Ml: U-GQ I I' QBQF' I .L Ia-:IQ X QI I li QQIQTX 1"'1"" I" W '. 'QV-ffl 1' Ig ' Z. I i em ll Q: gr! Yu I -4 I If "QF: JY mfvpl I 1 ' "M vp I I I -' Lx 1 , My Q," Iv' I 'HK fx I .-54 -fxj 1 Lv If.,-' I 1 'lify' I 41 ., W 1 3, .I g if V Q 1 ,nm L . U '- ' '-'11, I ' Xgli, 1 . ' 51:1 " I 3 ,I -:xl 5 1 If QL, 2923. I 'Q . 3 ,-:I yi-gif W Q,'Sr!4x1. 1 in I 7LQi'E',' 5 I I . ,1.:.,, , 'swf-.-1. 9' hfyrfi-wliyx -gy' ,I +I f3fH3"'1?' I i'i5VG"i . S., Q Q il 1' ill" I iffix I . 'qfelwi -- QI. A ,K Af!! 1: ir I Ps' N J 3 if fjglg I I mf I g,'je,?3 1 f . -.A iv If J g,VMI..im 1 GQ' ' f'f'QFIi35J -.f .2 I .fa I kgjfffp M1 ,b 113- l X, . I7 W ' f 'I 'UDP I ffywit I1 4 I 7 WV g I 11 w ' I f 'IW ' 7 7: 5.516 ...,, X I I1 QM I ' If-af. 1 127 "5 L W IAQQ ! fri" :fi L, X .it Wi-, 1 E,-1 X GRAIIER SEMI. ELDER LI NGELBACII Delta Sigma Rho President. . . . . .BERNARD G. SEGAL Secretary. . . . . . .WILLIAB'I L. GRAMER FRANCIS B. DOWNS FREEMAN ELDER ROBERT L. LINGELBACH Q I raft. fr "H Xx ,-' I' MIP musv df' . I g l, IW. I - 1 W, I 'LI - I Page Two Hundred und Five fy . .lr . 'V 1 T" I . 5 PM ' 44172 if I .5 E'-', 4 J ,, 'I 4 P .J ' , X, 'Q K .Lg X' V, , 1 ,ju 5 I I A., 1.1 I..- -. .- I 'I 1 .I W. ,, . I. Q jA-,gf-if T512 Qu, ,mx ,.. ,-..fu..- L..-:L4-.!.-I.,..L, Y. ' 1 V ESQ! 'VII' ' .ADV I . , 'Y X T9 Vai I gg! D! W K . .. 9 . L' 1. J . I K 7 Ai 2 .41" Mfg? 9. .'., .5 frgf 'Q ' .' 1 if r 'E -H II ,A H AAA In ' I Q. "'- Q,f I p i2 1 'fi JACKSON PATTERSON COOKENBACH HECKMAN V ft. -- Tn-I--I-LE HENSRL DUGAN BIAGEN BLOCK DICKENZIE ' NESVLIAN HILL BUZZEL DOUD ARCIIER IANSSEN NAm.E 1 2-X1 J . 'I I V' I f x 0 IJ.- ' In , Scales SOC16tV .I ' .fe ,f'f.A,g3'. Honorary Members J7111 iffy H. ALEXANDER MATTHEWS I QL' -U CLAYTON MCMICHAEL ' H Qwlljf WILLIAM O. MILLER 4 EDWARD W. MUMFORD I,,.f, JW Offfcefs 1 M fg3vI.-J! President ..... ......... ..... . C . DOUD 'E fjjff Vice-President ...... R. BUZZELL 1 , i Q Secretary .......... ............ J . A. ARCHER 'I in iq I V M. BLocIc F. J. JANSSEN N 'N E. . BROWN B. S. MAGEN J. COOKENBACH R. S. MCIQENZIE IQ",-5 . R. IJELAIVIATEII W. S. NAGLE 5' W. E. DUGGAN S. NEWMAN gfxi' J. HECICMAN M. J. PATTERSON 'FJ 45' 4 W. HENSEL A. S. PAvNE "QW gf , B. HILL M. STEVENSON 2 G. JACKSON W. TUTTLE gfgkg 4. i 22 . . f V . ' . ' -'SW 545' I :RIA-QIL il K?-T . . - -N-4 'I . 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HEINERE SNEE KEMP BROTZMAN VWARREN PARKE PLANKENIIORN XVIIITTLE The National Ociety Of cabbard and Blade L COMPANY THIRD REOIMENT FOUNDED 1904-05 ESTABLISHED 1922 "In order to unite in closer reIationsIr1'p thc .military depart11Ient,v of American ftmizzersities and collegesg to preserve and develop the essentzal qualnzes of good and eiiczent dfzkersg to prepare omu selves as eclurated men to take a more actme part and to have a greater mflu-ence In the amlztary affuzrs .F IX f A '. 7'1 S 1 X . 1 ' i 'CMJ ',1 5.4 'T .fwl 111 11 1 2. 111.., yr. 1 IR-'.f5ll , , KW' 1 1:3 A .Nail . 4- X 1 l 2-Hfl 1 1 1 1'1'-11.111 11 7 ,ijffrily . 4:51111 P ll1'f..'l lu I 1-JI! 11 135 l 1' HE fel "EDJ l..1..1Qg?1 I .R XXI. 115 11I5,:1f1yf 1 M115 .-,1.. 11555 21142.-gg? .1 .1':':.J, ,f I 1, ae1.111f'f 1 Age.. ff l lgjf 6,255 l 212331, 11 1,.-f3x. .1.fo1-'+ . I .X I l R fair? ' 1 A152352 f 1 . A S 1 1111:5.,1I,1. 1 l5"l"I 1 1 ' . .I fgillf 1 YT VR Ti 126551. ' V - ' 1, 1'U:1-114 :1'11Lx1 1Q 'DTN , .L ,JS 1 L! Q, N. .1 1: 51 L, 1 ' me-' l 1111" 1 M .CTE 1 ' 2 1 X I 3 ' E, RUS 5 ' 1 of the.oo1mnu11ities in which we may resiqe and above all to spread 'iutelhlgeazt information concernhzg I XM the 11m!11taI-31 req1u1.rement.v of our comztryf 'J A ' M b - 1 W' Zig. ctzve 0771 BIS my CHARLES G. DAWES, Vice-President, U. S. HAMILTON THORN, Capt. Inf., U. S. A. 1 LEIGH R. GIGNILLIAT, Brig. Gen., Gen. Staff, 0. R. C. WILLIAM STUART ELEY, Capt. Inf., U. S. A. 1. Q 1 .Q I I. L. HUNT, Colonel Q. M. C., U. S.. A. LLOYD S. SPOONER, Captain Inf., U. S. A. +522 , JOSIAH PENNIMAN, Colonel, SpecIal Service, O. R. RUSSEL BURTON REYNOLDS, Capt. Inf., U. S. A. J OLIVER F. SNYDER, Lt. Col. Ret.. U. S. A. HILTON EDWARD HEINEICE, Lt. Inf., U. S. A. F N JOHN FRAZER, Lt. Col.. Chemical Warfare Service, 0. R. C. WILLIAM H. DUBSKRRY, Lieutenant, 0. R. C. CHARLES AVERY DRAVO, Lt. Colonel Inf., D. O. L., U. S. A. J. HARTLEY MERRICIC, A. M. : " WILLIAM ARCHER DQUIRES, Major, Dental Corps, U. S. A. 'QQQQ F f ' 'J 43 KTTH 1, ' Honorary and Associate Members ' 1 VN if ' Captain ............ ...ELDON S. T. BROTZMAN Second Lieutenant .... ...CHARLES F. PLANKENHORN N .3 Fmt Lieutenant ................... GEORGE G. PARKE First Sergeant ................. THOMAS JOSEPH SNEE . . coo ' 'A XVILLIAM W. BRAUNWARTH JOE GASTEIGER GEORGE G. PARIQE gf ! ELDON S. T. BROTZMAN OSCAR M. HANSEN, JR. CHARLES F. PLANKENHORN V'rrQjP ul! WILLIAM CI-IALFANT, 3RD. ARTHUR D. IQEMP JOHN C. SINOLEAR, JR. ' v n ROBERT R. CREIGHTON CHARLES E. KLINE THOMAS J. SNEE .211 LOUIS DF BRANGE DE BOUIIGIA, 2ND. ROYDEN KLINGELHOEFFER NEWIVIAN WFALBRIDGE. JR. EIENRY DONNECIIELY, JR. OTTO MEIER. JR. S. REID WARREN 'I' RANK HARLES ABELL GEORGE B. MILNOR SAMUEL WHITTLE, JR. Qffm - WVR- Q 1 J ' 314 if Di 1 'X , .. W FQ .- . 4' .. " ..l.LfJfu7fIfii.-,'I,,- WrwkvpmwhmyaffMWeeoem1oez4maQS2ERoIDYPRY1Aof:QEaifffagggLi1Qg?A:1iUbf3MeiE4eweLEEEA ,... . ...ye2f1.11.saj 'EVQQ l""' QQ' """' QQ' """ Qg"""'S'QQ ""l" 1l"m',QQ""'QQ,Q 'SA' Q"T'WT'1xfTTTl"'f.Q""C7'N"'Q7f Q"f'm.M 1 HJ N 1 Af 11. 43 .1 II 1,1 111 1 .- . .111 A fi .L .. .,.., ..,,...., . . ,.,, .. ..,... .... . . ......, ..... , . . ...,... . .... - . ,... S.2QijEfjQ,,,,,.,,,..i,, ...LD .. ..-L . .. ,. .. .,.,.L... 1 1 1.....---o.-,-.-...,+3-ggi Page Two HlLlldI'l'lI and SPl'f'll The Kite and Key Chapter of the Blue Key Society URING the first year of active membersliip in the Blue Key Society, a national organization, the Kite and Key Society has clone a great deal to increase its scope of activity and to perform its existing functions in the University. The Society continued its practice of meeting incoming visitors, en- tertaining them during their stay, and sending them away with a better feeling toward Pennsylvania than they had had before they arrived. In this connection, the Society took care of approximately six hundred visiting athletes who were here for the Interscholastic Tournaments in soccer, basketball, tennis and track as well as those who were here for the Penn Relays and other athletic meetings during the year. Schoolboy Day was a bigger success than ever in stimulating interest and enthusiasm among secondary school students in the surrounding country. Due to the efforts of the Society the facilities for accommoda- tion were increased to allow a greater representation from the high schools and preparatory schools located at a distance from Philadelphia. Publicity work has been fostered in an effort to induce the better class of schoolboys throughout the country to come to Pennsylvania to enjoy the benefits which it has to offer. Propaganda for spreading the prestige of the University and promoting a greater friendship for Pennsylvania has been successfully employed through co-operation with the University authorities. Perhaps the greatest achievement of the year was the revival and strengthening of the University's Sectional and -School Clubs., which are organized primarily as a connecting link between the students and the alumni as well as those contemplating entering the University in the future. A definite group government for the organization has been established to direct it along these channels. This movement will bear more and more fruit as time goes on. W' e think the Society has amply carried out and fulfilled its motto of NService', and has shown its service is not restricted to any one field but is adaptable and ready to be applied where service is required. Page Two Hundred and Eight JIIIIE--...mlb-,,.,.q .,.,,f...----3-1,-,Lfgx--1-if - ,I.1...,.-I X-Ax. I,-1 f,I' ZEFHGWWm-fmm,..T.W...,,,m.wm,EIQ V-V H If 41' 'ny' X mg.. -If -.L-L-.lT-L. ,..' Swv.--A-Tv.:-H-iff fn -.-f---..L ., . . .. .. 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H.AWLEY GEORGE M. LAWLER Honorary M emb ers RICHARD L. HUNTER MARSHALL LEWIS NORMAN E. MAXLONE RMK 'Jill R Q2 K NA Mil Ifmm Q X, J PURE Two Hundred and Nine WARREN L. HUNTER FRANK W. MARTIN, JR. ROBERT B. RAITHEL ERNEST H. SLAYBAUOH JACK J. McDOWELL I. ROGER STEVENS, JR. EDWARD A. TALBOT .I ,A Us .l cf. I ' I I4 -Aix' XJI 'I In L' . W. X II II .I III I.. AI I II Y. 'lf 2 1 If V. , I fu: I-II! K' .J Nm, ill K. A "1 F If 8 f I . Qi Tiff5..f35gaf,H1:gg1Fj:.7ggiLi 'C I Af' U R E L 0 rf' - - . r ' E ' ' ' ' ' " R' " iafre? 55 353' iff' Wm A+? 541- WR , , W ' WB. ff' If 2 9, Bti . N Z Phi Kappa Beta Junior ' ' a. . . . . ' gb SOC1Cty ,Q v . . . 5. I Q X K President ..... ................ P AUL T. SCULL 'H . l 50' ', Vice-President .... .... W ILLIAM M. CLARK T 5+ Secretary ...... .. .ROBERT L. LINGELBAGH 2 Treasurer ..... ..... B IRNEY B. TRUITT 'G A 'Q.. P - Historian .... . . .GEORGE C. BOWKER , if? r 1,3 I Q Members A, rg 4 1 , I l,,1 R JOHN E. BARNES a 1 ' W " EDWARD M. 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SLOCUIVI RICHARD J. PRINCE DENION S. RITTER DANIEL F. ScHIcIc, JR. DONALD P. SPILLER FRANZ G. WESIENILIRP C. PAUL YOUNG HY?-1 1' WY D, r'f1:r:ggf:4'2 W' EIS l' I. v+,.'I:. 1 IQSVN I ' f ll -' f H 'WK 4 I I i- N 5? Q T! We If V ' '21 Q: 15. 7 if if Iii.-1-'Qui ' svawz- f --. T., L. v-.-, ......-.-,.......-.-, .-L.. - .......,:.. . I-.-1 ,, - , ,- , . ,,I, -, ., I . N, .... . , , ,X . . . ..:, 1 1,5 .. ,i-.,.:.i..,. ...7..,.,,..,,,.,.,.., -fifyf' .j-QVNIQ . - ' -' v:iTr1J,uWX,'X.'N4',T'---fa: 4-AJ--,.-'.,,.,,, . g.,,.iL,,M ,avi . M: I L 4EEE-1m:4i9.4L23!If2E4fILMTQELIQSI2xJ!LQ.59.Qf3-LIST 5wE1QIM55fC!55QQ wk ' L- 1 we '.ff..ff,Tm.-T.ef.---ffm-1we- . L:-P.-.,-f" ,, . ,, HJ' - ' -' .-I I, .E 'T ffff' GT: T 'T ,as Af , -I -...,, ,HE 'A -f IW"'i1."QQ" ".F1gQ"fsi'iiiTL11iil2g:'A"iii"l':.gg"UQ:'--Q-'-"Q-'--M1-2---M''Y-1-RM-JMR ' -M -H--Ji Page Two Hundred and Fourteen .-X,,i L DR M mm K W and MVSIC r-I' . .1 . A ..f . .1-'I' 4-2.-- ' -51.13 .zu -L. l....1-- - '. 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Through its years of service it has become noted for its singing and dancing choruses, whose infectious spirit and enthusiasm gather a large following to the Mask and Wig. Some remarkable productions were wit- nessed by the class of 1927. Sloan of Arkan- sas,'7 MA Sale and a Sailor," and 'LHoot Mon" were all shows of high calibre. The program since the showing of the first of these productions has been extended so that the troupe included several new places, on its 1928 schedule. In addition to the usual two weeks' showing in Philadelphia, performances were given in eight other Francis 1. Curtis cities. The music of W1'arantella" was as lively and pleasing as ever. Two of the most popular numbers, uSweet Sweetheart of Mine,'7 and Wfhe Wolf Step Bandfi will long be remembered by those of the class of 1928 who played in the show. Francis 1. Curtis, Chairman of the Undergraduate Mask and Wig Club, and a member of the Committee on Production, was the author kv Xl of the play. He took away first honors in the comedy by his interpreta- tion of uMadam Guinere Bliss." He did some fine work for Mask and Wig, his singing of M011 Sister," in ulloot Mon" being the outstanding favorite of that show. The girls were prettier than ever and the dancers, most of whom were of the class of 1928, were unsurpassable. For this we give much credit to Charles Snyder Morgan, I r., who acted as coach. Norman Roche, who played the part of leading lady, was one of the pret- XEQ tiest and most graceful of the ugirlsf, t In the future, when the traditions of Mask and 'W ig have been car- i rled on to further heights of success, the class of 1928 will remember "Tarantella" as one of the best of a long line ol noteworthy shows and can look back with pleasant memories upon the fortieth annual Mask and Wrig show. ,.,, ,-if . 2-iii -A-----.-.---...,.-..--.1.. . , ,, -'-si 7 izif'-ESQ-if-.,3. ,A , Y , , i , x 1 P ee . 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W,., .... -..A 1. .. . ,.-,A,-h,-..,,,L, , ,,,..,,,. . ., W., . .. 1- Page Two Hundred and Eighteen Q-A W - A-Amf.L...f,...2..---- . N .. fs-V-W-Alu.-f-.--1---......-Am.nA...-L.. ' F'--T-H TI -TR. A IT' fr. ff- M. ..-, ,. - -S V'm'f"f"T'T'L-T- Ar. -.eu . - TI. I. I, t,I ,I .- . . I. ., , IQ, , I Fra, F. ..... ,....-.-..-....-..,............-2::.Z . , - 1,:T ,,,,,,,Q,i,gL,,j wiiifljiiwi-'iii?iiF-2 ,QI P TRI A A IFORTIETH ANNUAL PRODUCTION I 1 ec 99 If ' QQ., , TARANTIELLA IW.. at ' I . , f ' 3? r I By IRANCIS I. CURTIS, 28 IRQ? Music and Lyrics hy CHARLES GILPIN Produced under the direction of CI-mm-,ES SNYIJER MORGAN, JR. THE COMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION I CLAYTON MCMICHAEL, Chairman CHARLES GILPIN HARRY R. NEILSON jg FRANCIS I. CURTIS FRANCIS C. W. PATON Q,-fgjg' WS. PAUL BURTON HARTENSTEIN H. NEDWILL RAMSEY X 'T CHARLES S. MORGAN, JR. EDMUND H. ROGERS HITS' H IRI'-1 WJ'-fa f. tj Hg-X I lui., II 1 rn.,-W P9593 I -"zNX , . .I I I ITSM I .I ILP-I 'S YEQJI iiQz1Q.LII 'QR af? , X'l.":S'1fI," f . .III ,I , , ,I K., I I -f J' 'D"'I'I . II ,'I3'.g':,I a'.?fi"l ' LI, .II I xt--I - 7'-S. 'PI' 1 '1"IL'-R 'ff' I4,IIv ,. X. . I 1 CXX: ' ILYIQYZII mf-I I' 792: M .r"1If.,: A! I .EW-.-. 'III' I "T" ' HH. LQ14-3'fl Q I -'vi-4lI'Ii1 "'SI'7gfw-1 WIIQII '- x"i1?X ' I- 'ig-lin fkffw I "CY Q ' X . CHARACTERS IN THE ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE Bud Bangs, Publicity Avent of the lnstigation Pictures, Inc ........ CHARLES W. BOECKLER, 329 Bertie Rose, Director of Instigation Pictures ................. ........ I TAROLD EDLUND, 28 -Frisco Fanny, A tough little "extra" ........... .... J AMES A. DAGGETT, '30 Battling Flannigan, An ex-flyweight champion. . . .... C. B. DOANE, JR., '29 Percival Dare, The company's "hero" .......... ..... R EUEL S. IQAIGHN, '29 Prunella Pinkerton, A purity Ieaguer .......... .... R ICHARD W. SAMSON, '28 Al Stone, The censor ............................. .... C HARLES R. ALLEN, '29 Mme. Guinevere Bliss, The writer of scenarios ..... .... F RANCIS I. CURTIS, '28 Laline Lane, Leading lady of lnstigation Pictures .... ...NORMAN B. ROCHE, '28 The Wolf Step, The leader of the Mafian Brigands. .. ..... W. S. BEAUMONT, '30 Tonio, His righthancl man ............................. ..... .... W I LLIAM R. SCOTT, '28 Jim Benton, Schuyler's assistant ...................................... ROBERT F. BROWN, '28 PROLOGUE. The Action of the Prologue takes place in New York City between War1'en Schuyler, president of the Instigation Pictures, and Jim Benton, his manager, at Schuyler's office. Time: Summer, the Present. ACT I. A ruin in the district of Marechiaro, Sicily. ACT II. The lair of the Wolf Step. Time: Ten days after the Prologue. ACT 1 I Bggggdg B,w"i.'di ,S R I 'essex S15"Iv'I2i'2i.i'5'2I 2' . . IDWELL, . 1. EE, ' ' ' ' I , , I H. B' BROWN, JR., .30 W- D- LIU-EY, ,BO W. D. LILLEY. 30 SOMMERTELDI 30 L. G. CLARR, 31 R. M. MCDANALD. '29 Boys Gzrls I. W. HUGGINS, '28 D. B. MILLAR, '28 T. R. GLADING, '29 R. R. WIER, '29 H. I. IENNEMAN, '28 F. SOMMERRELD, '30 F. I. KELLEY, IR., '30 I. HR PLAKAIS, '2390 Sllallish Belles Spanish Bravos S'?E3f'E'f,ER',2LR" 30 ELM' .30 I. H. PLAKAIS, '29 F. I. KELLEY IR. '30 " ' 15' ' L ' "- R M K ,3 I, I E. DowNS, 29 I. C. GREGORY, 29 ' ' EATOR' 0 C' MANNINGI 28 D. P. SPILLER, '29 E. I. VINCENT, ,'31 Cabaret Girls Cabaret Boys C- MANNING. '23 T- B- GITTTNSI, 29 P. A. DAVIS, 4th, '31 I. M. KURTZ, 28 R. R. WIER, '29 I. M. KURTZ, '28 T. R. GLADING, '29 If 1 l,'hI.2If-Ffa' Ur' TRI' I H Xalan, V. IKE., JII I L. I: Ill 1 my I I I f fIi""f.Q 1 5' ,if f- fish .' .1- 1 V747-I e - -I,'!I.IIfe'fil I II?-QS! I I '1-I 353 'I 'I 'Gill -A .-, V - R- 'L 'Z .'.. '41, ' ' If .I 1 It- . 3251 , I,.S.'- ZH, , iff rg. IV. f-fffla ' Ilgifllr' I I5 'WAX ICA.. IQ, 19 If Q if II?-M I'..'K .. ,ICI 'IRQ 'Ri' 'MI' ' vkfi' ' Lxvlfixfx . I. T. SELLERS, '29 ACT I1 Wlqwx Slhsp elgiiiiii I29 Clgvqyixfws .29 Mediterranean Girls Mediterranean Girls JM' "" E. J. VINCENIF '31 PI A DMS fmt '31 R- R- 'WIERI '29 P- T- f7"'PMA"' '23 I '..'?'IN CSTf' W. R. PRETTY, '30 D P: SPILLER '29 I' H' PLAKAISI '29 D' ST"l"'Y' '30 "T" 'QIFT I T. B. G "29 l B I ' VV- R- PRETTY, '30 I- S- EATONI '30 553.92 I, Af, ITTINS, G. C. OWKER, IR., 29 , I I II SI- ffwtfv. R. M. KEATOR, 30 L. B. SCHNEIDER, 31 II7Als,,1.,f GIQLI Camera Men Camera Men I. C. GREGORY, '29 L. A. ANDREW, IR., '29 EI'-I 'ISIUIT-I-, '29 29 gf-NDERLIK, i209 E. I. XCCINCI-:N-r, 131 SWIFT, 3300 VTKIEESI ffviv . . HAMRERS, ' . . ITCH L , '3 T. B. I T S, '29 . ULLLTT, ' 5,5351- S. L. CHAMBERS, 'zo G. R. PASSMOXREIZ 'ao J. M. Icinliil, '28 I 615' ,',' SWIIFI I F. C. TITUS, '30 E. A. MASCHEL '30 - ' . . .. . 4 r. .. I-'Rf' M ' E I M ' E I A"""'m """f:"r' 29 'af'-LI foyzgi ovie x ras ovie x ras T. R. GLADING, '29 F. . FANDERLIK, ' 12. gig, P. T. CHAPMAN, '28 L. A. ANDREW, IR., '29 F. I. KELLEY, IR., '30 E. A. lvl-ASCHEL, '30 3'-2,135 5140 D. STALLEY, '30 W. D. SWIFT, '30 G. C. BOWKER, IR., '30 R. H. MITCHELL, '30 'I ,gli Ifffii I. S. EATON, '30 H. ,A, LERnnM, '30 T. T. SELLERS. '29 G. R. PASSMORE, '30 L. B. SCHNEIDER, '31 WV. MULLETT, '30 E. DOWNS. '29 R. R. WIER, '29 9 599' ' Mm" . MM 2: R..?.5R'E.?'I28" l7Il.HR.Il'1lg':Sl it IIIIERII 'C' ll' lPVI?!llIEAIS29'29 TFRIETOIIIYT 'il P. A. DAVIS, 4th, '31 I- C- G"Efi0"Y- '29 , ,. . , ., . I E , ' I . ' .yQ',1g,, I- I I W. R. PRETTY, '30 T. B. GITTINS, '29 B' B' TRUITT', 29, 1221 K -LW' 11 R. M. KEATOR, 'so I. M. KLIRTZ, 'es Cfiff,'1fj,'gQf'.2g9 T.-M. ivmzl Q28 1 .fix I Y U , A. C. IIIEYMAN, as QE- C- .rmysr ,30I R' M' KMTOR, .30 ' 1 5 , .j I ' 55 file W Oli Step s,Band The Wolf Step S Band Games of Chance Games of Chance QQ , T. R. GLADING, 29 B. B. T. TRUITT, '20 V 4 ,gif-I ' F. I. KELLEY, IR., '30 C. H. CI-IAMRERS, '29 ROULETTE H DPOMI' Ogg IF' 'f I! G. C. BOWKER, IR., '30 S. L. CHAMBERS, '29 T- C- GREGORY' 29 I' ' LAKMS' ,' 'IIQYA I T- F- C- I 'sa 15- L Y, ,D - , '29 F, ,F I ' ". X. RETTY, '- -I' I - I, , K' D. PPNEIPTLLER, '29 E. MllxlSlclllI-IRELIlK"3029 T. B. GITTINS, '29 F. I. KELLEY, IR-, 30 ' ,iff ' I . .gary C. MANNING, '28 R. H. MI ci EL , '30 DICE CARDS I ze' I P. A. DAVIS. 4th, '31 G. R. PASStMrlnRl4'30 R. XVIER. '29 Izovfgls. '294tl 31 F' .T T. I. KURTZ, '28 . .. AVIS, 1. ' , . QQGA P. K. BIIJWELL, '31 L. G. CLARK, '31 I. T. SELLERS, '29 D. P. SPILLER, '29 Il' gm: A I H. B. BROWN, IR., '30 I. NV. HUGOINS, '28 T. R. GLADING, '29 G. C. EOWRER, IR., '29 I '-'I I '-.rn-25' .V .- 'I A f .-?77lT'x '?' I 'Q I I - . I1 - -'T - -I ----'-Ivrfr-I-InfIfft-PI-wen-1-P,-rr-T.,-vm-.mqfvw-If-.7 . 5, 5 -II ,I4 ,-, v, ,,w,fA PM , nj 'sg -- --1fA--4e-'I-r"- E i - : E . Ig,f,.wI-.Awww-q...f .... .mf ...,.. L . , ,L I I I ' Ts- T Q- M f f R. H- -A A I T- if F . I 'J N l 'ff lil. tt It I. I It 'QI 55 .5 Il. 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Much of their good Work has come as a result of the efforts of the Scales So- ciety, which has taken the leadership in the promotion of the activities of these organiza- tions. The Scales Society, composed of mem- bers of the Musical Clubs having had two or more years? experience, in the third year of its existence, has done much to gain the popularity necessarily lacking. They have been used as a nucleus around which the Work of these clubs has been built. The management of these clubs under the leadership of Graduate Manager Clayton McMichael, and Clarence Doud, Bernard Sakowitz, and Henry Schmidt, Managers of the Glee Club, Orchestra, and Band respectively, has been of utmost importance in building up the work. The students of the University may Well be proud of the band Which has represented them on Franklin Field and in the Palestra this year. It has gained for itself, by diligent striving, a distinctive place among college bands of the country. William Geggis, as Drum Major for the second year, very capably led the Band, one hundred strong, through its maneuvers on the football field. Arthur B. Poole and William de Mets conducted the band in its concert numbers. The Yearling Band was on hand again to accompany the Frosli in their sing- Manager Doud ing. The Band has been an important part of the Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit and has played for their drills and parades. The annual concert in the Academy of Music on Thanksgiving Eve marked the beginning of the season for the Orchestra and Glee Club. The concert was greatly appreciated by the large audience that at- tended. A new type of Opera was attempted by the combined Men's and Women's Glee Clubs when they presented 4'Hades Incorporated" at 5-NS? ,ff ,q.ffffT3i"Nf .api---:ix 'ik , f ,f,- fs YYY mix. qw .Iv L ..,, 4, .gk ,-X.-, " ,nn " ,W --,,--,,g5i,.3 F'-1.4: aYNE:1-Lijiiy.: -...-:f'?i. .. xfisafifi-if321.. .Xlf """':fT"' 'JV 35 fm? i7f"""""' T T ' M,T-ashs-wmff-W-salma.-MYYY.Y-:?.4aA2:':::f YI. -7517-'ii Us gr - 12' m 15 ff iv Ye' A Y' f Y. 417' 25531 U D-YYl, i 11, iii. r Q 3 c or A '1 44-Y-wil. --..-m,,,.......mn.,,J,nn..-...-...,. .4-,,.. .. ...-Yn.-..... ... rn, Wm, . W- ,.... .,,,, . .,,. V A . . .. y, YX , Ze, A, Y V 1 nf, , Page Two Hundred and Twenty-one K iff? 51 'Q.Y:'fN'2'T K' ' 'XT'-'bfi 'l 'Th' :'f-Sul--. X . .jp .j5-1,,2,Y.- Sv, Y Y lf flfiixi li 'fel 'V' 'S ffl MSI" 'Y V511 CL .Qi 351' Q X X X X S., I. 4 ...QQ lil vi. K- r f, '-YiYf,1' i 'lllirtl ,Q ' 'Sv In Y. Q' war" e ' ."'-kl fiwgf Yi Y-mai V 'Qi ,EY .Y .Ya tfw Yu '-f"Y . Y V ,w1Yj'f'.. YYQYTK Y., ,. YY.- F' .4 LYLY 1 ' .., . Lx.-12 y 'fi' ..f ' Y' 921' 1 YQ Yf Y Y. - Y . .O LJ 4' f Y WMM' 'I ,1nY.51Y . Y ll" -5. X , 1' , Y' N ,134-'J .YYY Y ,H PM-W..Y.Y fl 'S'7f'flf. X Y yysvrmgw gf Wil' YY gtg-' -' w Yqg.. 'HY 'YN x P, N- nj,-Q, X' lt.l:1i5.V l 'tl5f1'lVf Il nY2Yf .'w- H Rift ll-. lzlffml Slat!! M PM Y '44 .+ ': Y tl . fail t qmfrw 1 Y . , , -a..-.....,Y--1-W , . ., ,-as-rf pn-m-N ' 1 af:-.:::-,15Trff.:Fr-:.-+:--:i'r c c . S 1 .. cr. ' the Academy of Music on May third, fourth, alld seventh. The score for this opera was written by H. Alexander Matthews, who has guided thc destinies of the C-lee Club for the past 'few years, and William O. Miller, Comptroller of the University. The opera is certainly a credit to its authors who deserve much praise. It is set in an environment of Greek mythology and portrays the origin of jazz from the early times. The Glee Club could not have made a better choice of operas as it was greatly suited for them and proved a good climax for their season. John Archer proved to be one of the important attractions of the show by his playing of the part of Tinker, a typical American business man. A. Stewart Payne, a veteran of last yearas operetta, uThe Mikado," took the part of Pluto, a Ruler of the Underworld. Other leads were played by Ray Ballard and .loseph Shirley. The Class of 1928 was well represented in the chorus by: M. I. Block, J. P. Bogdan, B. B. Buzzell, C. Doud, W. G. Hensel, B. D. Hill, G. Jackson, E. J. Janssen, J. S. Mc- Kenzie, XV. S. Nagle, S. F. Newman, B. A. Winters. In addition to the opera the Glee Club increased its field of in- fluence by giving concerts in Atlantic City, Beading, West- field, and Maplewood, besides giving several radio and professional engagements. The Club was exceptionally fortunate in having a student leader with the ability of William S. Nagle, who wielded the baton at most of the concerts. The Glee Club also had the honor of perform- ing at the Stanley Theatre for a week in November. The Symphony Orchestra has also had a busy season. Its first concert was in conjunction with the Glee Club at the Academy of Music, and also there were several successful trips. The activities of the Musical Clubs during this past year have been a credit to the University and their good record has served to further the interests and better her reputa- tion. That such high standards can be set and maintained is evidence of an achievement of the aims and ideals set .... by Benjamin Franklin when he first founded this great D . Mgr. Schmidt University. L - . ' , 4 -t -"x 5, A MQ!! ,ala Hl5QA 1 C R li its ,fx , X il W':5l'3ll it ri :Q C5131 3' ziygtl, , Iss. v Wfhrw , li ,, . N. 1 ,. if 1 Dm if af tl -'lb tl view! lf D, A at . ,V A 'fflfxxpfiflfl y ya., V -. 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ADDAMS CLATTENBURG STOCKMAN COOLEY JVIARKS TILTON HUGTIES DAVIS CLARK SEIGEL SCHOLDERER LANGNER F1511 KTRSHNIT PALEY FOWLKES TUTTLE BROWN HECKMAN IANSSEN PAYNIZ BUZZELL DOUDCMGRJ, NAGLE :NENVMAN BLOCK RIAGEN MCKENZIE SALINAS Student Leader ........... Pianist ......... J. P. BOGDAN E. S. BROWN P. B. COOLEY R. W. DELAMATER C. DENGLER H. B. D.xv1S B. W. ANDREWS J. A. ARCHER M. I. BLOCK N. P. BOWLER E. H. BROOKS R. B. BUZZLE G ee Club .H. ALEXANDER MRXTTHEWS .WILLIAIH S. NAGLE . . . .ROBERT M. H.ALEY First Manager ......... Assistant Manager. . . Assistant Manager H. DING J. R. GIBBONS J. M. HUGIJES W. B. IvES F. J. JANSSEN W. E. IQINDLEY A. I. CLARKE J. H. CONFAIR J. COOKENBACH J. N. DAUMAUX M. FOWLKES A. H. FUNKE P. H. LANGNER B. S. JVIAGEN J. S. MCKENZIE R. MEADE W. S. NAGLE K. E. NEIMAN Second Tenors J. GORDON R. M. HALEY J. N. HECICRTAN J.. HIMMOEF R. C. LECLAIR R. C. LLOYD . . .GEORGE L. THORPE . .. .. .. .ROBERT JOLLY W. POLEY J. E. POWER D. REED J. E. STURNS R. V. TOOKE R. A. MILLER S. MOODY H. SALINAS T. A. SANDQLHST S. SIEGEL W. A. STINSON- First Basses . A. WINTERS V :I: l .I ' ..-....... X' nw? i 'iz .3,JRiJf my. H6512 ,P JWA ' E1,g37n. 1 'A-553,77 I ll' If i WWW JMR I1 J: HRW ww 'LEW QQTK QEAA 5 vxQ:1E.3' U .3J'KZ'Ll5,' 3 Lea' R 1WH UW! T -g.,.r:s. cf QQ... RQ., 3-.ff A th! xC:'f.g X ' lx, A- 1-MJ .R S..-., A v if- ' 39 jgfxl. J .Jfgf :MZ A +"."."vfl' ' 'fw"1ffQ" MNH . 'Z' .4 'J .5 'H . ,. xl ff ' s'f-'E-W ffl-V :f M jigil 1 il M .. -A 'wx NEA 1' . ,,. ,. , 'ff . IJ' ' .I L, N,N'Q rj 'N .x .1-f?--J W - . if '3 1' 'R' - Q .F H' .fwg ., J .N 'L x . 5 V' W' ZR 1 , .R , .1 J . .5 1' - Giza ff X - 4 .., Rap- 1 .- j' ".z?'l'f lwplefy F -T if uv.. gm 11" ' , H ,Q-L, GT:-7' 'LJJJ ' -.R W1-i Nw L' L LXJ"',u3, . IC. w A' -'Z5s,x-if 'NR lau.5f1M UW.. V.. 1 .. ' 1,.P1'Q I f A 4?f'NE'!f .J .'JL.:?iLx c..Lr Hy fs, 'HUT 1 fi?-575 W 'IEJJ1' W 1?f:f'W1 R-.-1 vu'-' fg, -.ia-f-J! X1 ,W 7, 1 f' ffw. R. ?1T'i 'X ' 'Lx Q5ff,A. V HRM-t ' J J RfQSg-Bef PFWQAYS 9 kim. 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A IJOLPH VOGEL Manager .......... ..... H ENRY W. SCHMIDT Student Leader... ..... WALTER DE METS Assistant Manager.. ..... THORNE J. TRAVIS Drum Major ............ WILLIAM J. GEGGIS, JR. H Student Leader .............. ARTHUR B. POOLE Assistant Manager ........ ROBERT L. COFFMAN . T 'T S Sl . S. AUKER, Clarinet L. E. BALLENCER, Trombone I. B. BERD, Cornet S. A. BERCER, Clarinet R. E. BINZ, Trombone C. B. BLOSE, Cornet W. M. BOUCK, Saxophone E. V. BOYER, Trombone R. A. BROAIJY, Cornet J. A. BRUSSEL, Drum W. H. CAHN, Saxophone B. CAPLAN, Cornet C. R. CARRICK, Saxophone F. R. CASSEL, Cymbals J. C. CASSEL, Cornet E. M. CHRIST, Saxophone A. V. CLAPP, Drum P. CO1-IAN, Saxophone N. P. COHEN, Clarinet M. A. CONTINI, Alto H. E. CRAIG, Saxophone E. DOBBS, Baritone G. B. DU BOIS, Trombone H. I. DUNN, Cornet C. ELTERICH, Cornet J. FAULB, Saxophone R. K. FISHER, Cornet J. F. FOLLMAN, JR., Trombone G. FRAUNRERGER, Saxophone F.. E. FULLER, Saxophone S. GELB, Saxophone E. F. GILROY, Drums L. GOLDNER, Saxophone F. M. HAMMEL, Cymbals W. B..I-IAMMOND, Clarinet J. R. HARMAN, Cymbals W. B. HAWICINS, Trombone C. F. HAUS.MAN, Saxophone B. M. HORN, JR., Saxophone R. R. JASPER, Saxophone J. S. IQAUFFMAN, Cornet D. C. KERWIN, Clarinet W. R. KESSLER, Clarinet C. KEY, Clarinet M. KLEIN, Bass H. LEVIN, Alto W. D. LILLEY, Clarinet I. Y. MACE, Clarinet I. A. MALIN, Tuba J. A. MCKEE, Clarinet L. C. MESSICK, Saxophone H. MEYERHORF, Alto J. G. MILLER, Saxophone J. S. MONTGOMERY, JR., Clarinet R. R. MURDOCIQ, Drums W. H. NEUREGK, Drums D. B. OSBORNE, Saxophone W. T. OTTO, Saxophone M. PAPERTH, Drums J. A. PILLEY, Cornet T. PRITCI-IARD, Clarinet J. RAFFETTO, Saxophone . ROGERS, Saxophone . B. SABEL, Clarinet C. P. SHOEMAKER, Cornet L. SILVER, Alto H. W. SMITH, Saxophone J. W. SNYDER, Piccolo C. M. STEVENS, Clarinet A. J. STRANG, Clarinet A. D. THAELER, Sousaphone C. E. THRASHER, Trombone I. TRUNK, Saxophone F. W. VANBUSKIRK, Piccolo D. J. WALKER, Clarinet R. T. WALKER, Saxophone W. H. WANDEL, Saxophone H. W. WILSON, Drums E. WINKLEMAN, Saxophone C. J. YARRICK, Saxophone I J r 7 A 's ., w. pi, I i 5,1- ... i 1. ,. -I 1 " ,A T I: ' A T5 ' 't H68 ix 'hir' ICQ C 'S Fi K2 LZ . 4? ,T IS. PY' . vis WV. ha J Ig 'L Qx I 1 V W, Q - , . , 6 I , . L pp , I JQQQMLQCQQMXAQCMLYAQQQCDA X p. ? V 1 -..-... ..-Sw ..-... nf: .... -.,..,...-.- - -.f.1----- -..-...f ,, ,,,, w,,,,,T,,.,1,1 ,x,lA.,'.',x,,,,,,x .IIKI .l,I..l, 1 A HTH! ,,,',I, 1 .m-jj ,I,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,g7,,,,,,, ,I ,,, I U be T bf E R. 1 '1 OR E N N 'E LV A N IA? IM... , nr , . ,. ,,,. .. ., , ,V,. .... H .... ..-.... . .lt . ..:, ......., : ...... ... ..... , I -4 ,-,i.,.,,,,,i,.,4,,,,,, ,,:., k,,,,,ii,,, ,, K ,4Q!AJ,u,,,-, , ,JJ,,,L,,,,,,.V.LL,,D.,.. .. . . Page Two Hundred and Twenty-four 5' .A -6 ,s A , 1 Ar- -I Q 1 P A . 1 I w -1 f .L A -14: 171 -A f .-fmmwmww.- ..,, .mm-A. ..., , ...,.,. ,. ...,., - h In Q - Q I Avg' ..,. .X...,. . ,.i ...,. iT: .,,., ...., , ,jTi,g'Wj,WW,gj-fs. . M31 T hs I 9 2 U .. . - R Q.13'..3?'1..? . , V-' ' ' 7 " ' " f - --- H --fn -A -N-f-f f.-. ff- A. 1111. f- , .. . . .,,,,,,, YL,n?mlZifi?lgEf' 1 'W 5353511 .A J ? "ff"-.33 Orchestra 9 1,452.6 Conductor ............. ADOLPI-I VOGEL Manager ........... BERNARD SAKOWITZ sf ff-'E Assistant Manager. .WILLARD ALEXANDER 'iq First Violin J. M. WADE, E. A., '30 ij ' K. W. BRANDAU, A. 81 S., '31 L' A' WEBB, Wh" '28 EIARESS, fa S.b'29 . Basses L.. , . . OHEN, D ., '2 S. W. G , A. 31 S., 929 A LQ H. E. CRAIG, Arch., '297 J. LUB0f,f"'Q,'f7'iQ,, 729 X 'A L' H' GLASSMANA GE" 29 I. NAGELBERG, Col., '31 L X gf H. GOLDBERG, Col., 30 4 . 5 5 D. GRAY, Wh., '29 F MGS 5 'f fl T. R. GOTLEIB Col. '28 T- A- COPE. C01., '31 1 fig gt X 5 1 I I 243 P. J. I-IDDES, Med., '30 R. E. SNYDER, Col.. '30 . 'S T561 B, HOUSE, COL, '30 F. W. WVANBUSKIRK, Med., '30 3 J. IQAPLAN, Law., '31 . ' ' .J. KOVNER, Wh., '28 Clarmet 7 E1 ' ,F -Am Y. 0. LEE, Arch. Grad. H. H. PETERSON, Col., 30 V 51? J P. M. LESSIG, Col., '29 A- B. POOLE, Wh.: '29 I S. NEISTAT, Col., '31 J- B- SABLE, Wh-. 30 j 'L- S RADBILL 731 A. L. ROSSER, Arch., '30 , .3- ,gg C. S. RHEIN, Dent., 30 , D S W1 ,29 Bassoon I Aga H1 Q21-ILACTF. A.. '31 ' P. J. DONATE, Col., Q23 A. SILVERT, A. 81 S., '31 Tympani ' R. SWERDLDEE, A. 81 S., '31 A. KIVOWITZS Wh., 929 V331 A. D. THACLER, Med., '30 ' Liiiqg , J ' P. WERNER, Col., '29 Trumpet , J B. WORO, Col., 729 I. B. BERD, Col., 29 7 A R. M. DILLARD5 Col., 29 Second Violin ' C. ELTERICH, Wh.. '30 I M. BACHRACH, Wh., 729 R. FISHER, GOI., N. BRASLOW, Col., 931 M. SIBIONS, Wh., 1 G. A. DEWEY, Wh., '29 Trombone lxhxvyrecl L' EDELSTEIN' Wh" ?9 H. D. CRESSMAN, Ed., '31 Tir., 1 ITVIHI-SEAN? AAdE2'S3'30 French Hom A fri: ' ' ONT A ' " ' E. MARCUS, Wh., '29 'gf--H1 . J. LANG, Co1.,'31 . . E. LAUFER, Wh., '29 Cello gg., 0- MEIER. Eng-Q '29 J. BRENNER. Col., '31 'gg' A f S- M- POSNOCK, C01-, '30 C. HENDERSON, JR., Col., '31 ' 5' W' . H- W. SALL, C01-. '30 E. HANSCOM, Wh.. '29 . Q4 i R. E. SCHNEIDER, Col., '30 W. C. MCEN'IEE, Wh., '30 . ,g i 1 W- L- SCHUMACHERAWJI1-A 29 M. SHULMAN, Col., 31 . R' , 5 AE' f P. SELECKY, Col., '31 u A ff! , M. SHULMAN, Col., '31 Vwlfl S. STARK, Col., '29 H. GRAFF, Wh., '31 Q, 0 W. F. STEINKAMP, Wh., '31 J. KEISERMAN, Col., '30 en? A : I 4. '5" A J L' . 'Q l lay' l ' 1 A s J, ' 1 Q AK A- . -. . A A f aww.. , ..-....,.. . - .. -1 . H "" 'lhbh "" E U N 1 V E 11 1 A if D T-233, 113 FN Y L 'Af A. A Page Two Hundred and Twenty-Eve T Tri , , . nw -. ,.,, ,,. ,,,.,r,,A,4,-lIQ., , be 2' . 'Til 1 R at A ' SK ff. 1 .gpg . .Il lim 1 - A -Q Dramatics at Pennsylvania hold a position of prominence. Besides a dramatic club, Pennsylvania also boasts of two active literary societies which include dramatics in their yearly program, and an Engineering club that produces an annual show. The University Dramatic Club offers an opportunity to both men and women stu- dents to improve any latent histrionic ability which they may possess. Tryouts are held at the beginning of the school year in the form of participation in one-act plays, di- rected by older members of the organization. Election into the Dramatic Club makes for eligibility for its annual Spring production, A particularly prolific year resulted in the production during the first term of Rex Beach's uBrothers,M Maeterlinckis H1ntruder," Pmlankfort's MThree," last yearis prize- winning play, lVlilne's uMan in the Bowler Hat" and uBoy Comes Home," Hough- ton's MFancy Free? Jasper Deeter, ldirector of the Hedgerow Theatre, coached the Spring Production, uFrom Morn to Midnight," by George Kaiser, which was given at the New Century Drawing Room, April 28th and 30th. An expressionistic play with a cast of forty, the former Theatre Guild production met with even greater success, newspaper critics acclaiming it as fine a bit of work as seen in Philadelphiais theatres this season. The Men About Towne Club The Engineer's Show had been for many years before the war a feature much prized in the annual calendar of the Engineering undergraduates. During the war, however, the event was allowed to lapse and accordingly, when it was revived in 1919 it had all the aspects of a novelty. At this time the group in charge of the production, desiring a permanent organization, formed a"Tl1e Men About Towne Club." This organization has come down through the years true to the ideals set by its founders. Each year since 1919, the fall term has disclosed an unusual amount of bustle and activity in the Engineering School that could in no other way be interpreted as curricular work. Al- ways just before Christmas, a production has been launched, each one a little better at ax. ?CKi!7il 'wall l LLAND Q fi-4 xl ,JW ' AX ,252 new ,N , Q, y AX.. - Q if ".t Q17 dfllf-A ltr lil 575 1 "xf:'c3 if ' rf, w- l I Ma?2f"'l X MF., 'U 'lv lrlwjfw l'Ylj32i'l? l X 5, t,'. I, H ll' 'si l'ifVlif JD l ' f'1Tl il lfiticliiilf . X. .ri- tl . , H -xwt gt -lllfy, 1 Lllill .f-WR 'f ,ill 'Q 5 ,, :Vigil . it . il 'l ,'jf'3, J Jjgllif f 1 ,, x'l,LZQr ,lfl ' ,Mft A t lt.-X Wy, Q xg vain. X j AILXX it Gzg, I fifdfilfl' ' H' .V 1 , vs- . . - :- 3- x l Q l lrflyll All l , l .1cllQV.4 ilflilygi- ,, ' g 5 .yy 1 al l 1 ' l 4 vlilfif , n tcm fgnkigi lfil??2F1 zfilgf i lttscsil l w 'KW Q . l ffl SN' 1 ll?-'l:'r'W I, rl . x rw , A L , ,ff than the last. ' This year, in the production of the 1927 show, the Officers and Plays Committee showed unusual courage by hiring the Playhouse of 'the MPlays and Playersi' at 17th and Delaney Streets. The results were far beyond the fondest expectations of the clubis members. MStan1ding Room Only" on both nights proved that the production is growing in fame and rosy hopes are held for the future. uBarbara of Sevillen or MSprained Ankles," written by William McCandliss Lee, Ch. '27, was by far the most pretentious performance ever attempted by the Engineers. The increasing of the stage facilities gave the coaches the opportunity to put the finish- gflgijggj -Y -,H -- 1 J. 1 .- - ,, ..,, n,,..N.,,.,,,1,n,r,c,,M,.-,, ,.A-,n....m..n1.l -. . .. .. . 1. . . ,. lleiallii5?i'r'P1P""A'QfATn''if"'f"MfTi'PffilT"'P1fW-Tm'n'w"PPfPTTTTWPPTP -1 fa. ,,gj1,T-HH---J,,-,ra-MWMH,,,mn,y,,QMwA,-,r-..,mX,Eiga fi.1 smmugp.. ..,.,Nn, . ,,, ,,,g,K,-A-,.,Lnn, ,.,, ,,,.., L ,., ,.,.. ,,,,..,s,,..T...-,s...n,i,, Page Two Hundred and Twentygsix ,.,..,. .....,..:.st'? :+V s ji? A 1 Q if 1' aff-,:1., ,.,... . ..,, iff .. . fi:.:w,,..g,s.s.f-P 5 mn, for e E3 p Q ,Ur Lire f r- 431 1 :QF if 4 r.,,f .. f A ,f 'JD' I I' 1 rv , 1 21 ?fwKg2j' Nl U.:-.Lu Q fu "1 , dtwtf cl QQJFTQII 1. riikkviejl ftbggpw .., s I' QPF se 5 tl Light, I 1, lift f 7 P ffesxf Y WV' If : 141251 Qi aff Af megan? Q iff! 7 a , il . Mf- Vg, v i 4 fax 1-bf' , . ,, X .- , .,, 'l :Ht-Zli KEN 5 5 '17, ff " 1 if 1 l X fs.-, ing touches to Lee's excellent manuscript, and the increase in the size of the stage gave the dancing choruses room to do their ustuffw in such fine style that favorable com- ment was heard on all sides. The Club's members are elected from those Engineers connected with the show who have materially assisted in the production. MlVlen About Townew keys are awarded to those deserving men Who have been in two presentations of the show an-d who have been active members for one year or more. At the close of this, the most successful year for the Club to date, the officers and the production committee wish to thank and congratulate each and every man in any way connected with the show. Philornatliean Society Over a century ago, when our young Republic was first emerging from the bonds of literary dependence, The Philomathean Society was founded at Pennsylvania. Through all of the chaotic years since then, while changes have been continually upsetting un- dergraduate life, Philo has remained, first and foremost, a literary society. It has strived for the maintenance of the old American tradition of freedom of speech as no 15,454 If L, 'TH' il bfi X zgfaxgi 1-ww --1 . A . .saggy- l'gi,," 1 '1?f,5s.1m , HQ df' i EF ll figizgfiil. hillary af 15121.34 f sp '14 tw .f illlfii 6 Q fi'f5?1J' 4 wif li g31lfl5i'f1.! QWJ-'px 1 iq 1. s' fi' " ' Qi, . "CT ' I lCig,,.!2w: m1,,,',r,j', fi '- fill: , M, ,AZ gs' 1 Y' w N f .,, , ""4 1: 1 ' Wg. 'w "ful , ': ff? . M , 'ul il J f , - 1? Q1-vfm' -V im ,ix ,4 5 -4 I, other Pennsylvania organization has done. Philo is definitely committed to the be- lief that undergraduate life reverts to a primitive stage when debating, dramatics, and the classics are not an essential and recognized part of it. Q ! pl After the favorable reception given to Leonide Andreyev's ul-Ie Who Gets Slappedw during five performances in 1927, Philo made its first venture into the 1risl1 drama this year. Mlohn Ferguson," b,y St. John Ervine, was acclaimed a distinct success and worthy of Pl1ilo's high standards in dramatics. Amolpgl-ptlieg lionipecpclgiflvgtlf ldebating, the Society sponsors a debating league 2,11 among t e lg c oo s o 11 a e p ia. The Philomathean Society extends its membership to all undergraduates who have QYWCKWPQ intellect and honest convictions. V . . ' 1 loso hic Societ P55111 Tha Ze P y 127339, 1 ,' ' l ffftagjif The Zelosophic Society, founded in 1829, has for ninety-nine years filled a great want ,Q in the lives of Pennsylvania men by developing the cultural aspects of college life. At f 'f all times, the aim of Zelo has been to maintain a sincere interest in arts and letters, and Pl p to foster individual expression among the students. . 1 As an example of Zelo's work, in the early nineties, when intercollegiate debating was seldom and disorganized, the Society formed the present Intercollegiate Debate Q-A X Union and served successfully as Pennsylvaniaas Varsity for a period of years. Since 1907, participation in dramatics has been a major activity of Zelo's. The motivating purpose of this function has been to cultivate interest in the American 'fi jr Drama, although works by foreign playwrights have also been used in recent years. Qfgili y y 1' ln 1925, Zenlo produced MNothing But the Truth," by James Montgomery. The follow- jul g 1ng year, Dickens, NC1'1CkCl on the Hearth" was renderedg and, in 1927 'Tannyls First l Ejlgaygw hey ihayyl. The 191:28 groductgin, outstanding in current University Dramatics, is L 55, ,7 1 G eyon t e orizon, y ugene 'Neill A Zelois Centennial Year, 1929, will signify the close of a century of service to Penn- sylvania, and the beginning of a new era in which sincerity of purpose will continue Eli HAlere Flammamf' r"s Q y ff' f 1 A tif' tliiirid iiii A Piii A ' T 1 ' A"' ' AMA A A 1 ' A Q, 'Q' tt't" """' ""t t"" ""' 't""t'f"t'fi1i:j'i'17ff' 'W 't" P T' '-" """g 'A ' 3i1"t'1--':L:'5L,'11jj jj Page Two Hundred and Twenty-seven x I 3. --H--. .... 1-.P-.-. W. .-- 1 . .-- -. .-YY .. ---..-- V A -----.fun-vmn-pg..-., SiiImfJHLf'If1f'1"uI.r.I JMLOIMJ Th e I 9 2 8 R E C O RD . ga ' I I I I I ' ' :gf I A 'N Q QRS? . 3 Q il' fu W ., I Je' WI. KT? - .4 'f xg 3 . ' ,li Ate r 1 Q 0 'g f, 1 he Phllomathean Soclety 2,9 ! 4 W ' gp. OFFICERS 1921-2s .qgl K 2 first Term Second Term ,5- .-- C ' Wg NIURRAY F. THOMPSON. . . . .Moderator .... FRANCIS B. DOWNS psf 1' . f . ' ' FRANCIS B. DOWNS... .... Fzrst Censor .... RODNEY P. lRUE ' SEYMOUR BLANKFORT. . . .... Second Censor. . . . . .SAMUEL BARR FD- 5 I . ,gs A. BRINTON CARSON .... .... S crzba ....... AUGUST LOER fi' A Q v. I ALFRED BANYARD .... .... R ecorder .... . . .ALFRED BANYARD xg ' IT F' RODNEY P. TRUE .... .... T reasurer. . . PHILIP WERNER . gy' A .U H i . I , 4 WALTER B. HART .... ..... L Ibrarzan. . . MURRAY F. THOMPSON i g Q' SAMUEL BAER I HARRY BALEN E V ly I g ALFRED BANYARD -ii I Ji I Q, SEYMOUR BLANKFORT 1. .f IQ 3 wg JULIUS BRENNER 69 vii. cx . QYQ A. BRINTON CARSON ff? gag I C rv Q5 JULIUS OMROE 1, FRANCIS B. DOWNS 9' EA? ROBERT F REY H -p. ' i -.5 A431 WALTER B. HART 'f Q ns 1 "V WALTER HENSEL ! ET' V HAMILTON H. LAMPE , E A I AUGUST LOEB S' 5 , ' HERMAN MICITL Ii 1 I' ' I 'X ROBERT SEBASTIAN ' ' 41 en f I SEYMOUR SIEGEL -'T ' ROBERT HENRY SKILTON .W ' ' U . fb! Y QQ: MURRAY F. THOMPSON - I Iv- ' 'g g I MELVIN W. THORNER E gg ' , V W RODNEY P. TRUE ,Q K ' X 525 WILLIAM R. VAN METER I SP . 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W.A. . ,Y W- K- V Y --- - - -- 7 - -i - .-- --- --- - - - -- -,, -,xref ff, fc-age-Q:-cc-QV-fo-Qs-Q -vvvv' f -V Q- '-vc zz "vvvQYr'v" V'M'v ' vii? LW-ffxifvy VN?F'f'y VF v"S1v",1rl 'div V " Rvv 1vLjvrlyvfvyvfHu j1TH1vl'j1if"iv V vv V YV VH' Vv.vt , qi' 1 l I I ' I i 4 A4 an an ka N44 ,-A 24,9 ,g,,,,,,4Mt, AM QQMMM AAMM ,,A,,,,,A,rA T is only right that we, as loyal sons of the founder of this great institution, should be keenly interested in Campus Publications. This University owes its origin to the ideas and ideals of a man who, no matter what other positions in life he obtained, was at heart a pub- lisher. Benjamin Franklin, beginning life as an appren- tice in the printing trade, worked himself up the ladder of success into the Diplomatic ranks of this country and was our plenipotentiary in European Courts in our Wai' of Independence. However, he was so thoroughly con- vinced of the value of the printed word and its power to convey thoughts and meanings that he disregarded all his other achievements and wrote his epitaph as that of Ha printer." We of 1928 shall also achieve our measure of immor- tality through our publications. Our feats and achieve- ments would soon die, unnoticed, were they not preserved for future years through our efforts. MThe Pennsylvan- ianl' chronicles our deeds, Wfhe Punch Bowl" manifests our humorous moments, Wllhe 1928 Recordl' tells of our history, uThe Red and Blue" reveals literary abilities, the 'G.lunto" also depicts the work of our pens, and the 6CTri- anglew commemorates our scientific accomplishments. Even the most glorious deeds would soon be forgotten were it not for these permanent records of every phase of our University life. fu-Vx,x,a,,,xA'A k. if 'i' W l Cixi R Veg-l' :MM LI", I fffiqgj lm. 1: '- Qfptj 52- VU! l flfllffilt Q cfs? is 'LJ--ll ' 1,-1 A -1 5 VW tit? tj .-ff ,ip rf, 'G M in llsxhizg l f35'e.'f? Q2 1 lf t E-Q Page Two Hundred and Thirty-four '-- -'ft w'Q:?,i'Q6xgQs1ft, , ,, . A-1111111u1111111 1 2111111111 N i x1 ? I 111111I1III1mI anus 4' 1 5' 1 I 1'lIIIl11I1 1111111511111111'111111lUMWW11111 1 1 11 XJ .11,1.:..i,.g.I1-ff-'-W 1111 111 1 11 1 '1 1 1 ,w 'Q I 1 5111111 11111. 1111111111111 11111 11 we 1 1 WN11 5 45115 13 E 11 1 I X F,1II1 fX1V'x 111IiF-S X' 1 E I I 1 11111111111 I Q If 1 M M1 1 I' IY 1 1 II 1x Q XXX 1 1 1 1 1 f X 1 1 Q11 E11 11 1111 1 g X E11 1 11'i5ix D 'KQQR ti 1 X S 5111111 wg? .gsm 111111 P BL1CAj1j1Qi . K EI -,I A :lI.:1n . I I - I II -, -5 III. 'lg , I 'LI ,4nm'1n-- ' I I 111111 -I- I ' IvIIII,i"' I' '11 . .,rf... , 1 '. 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BUSHNELL ' , U W Q L . PERKINS H. BAILEY ROBERT F. BROWN CHARLES CORSON DAY E 1. LI S IDD 3 W4 M' R, I. gg' . Q, his I Q5 Q. I! Board of Managers SAMUEL ALAN SLOAN WALTER WARE SLOCUM HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER 'LEONARD C. DILL EDWARD S. IRISH LOUIS S. LARONGE SAMUEL J. ROBERTS Associate Members L . f s? , - . EH vu? .N yy . tw A 5 Ikg 'Ka T 1 f P , 77"'x A WALTER D. ADAMS SIDNEY S. ICADIN FREDERICK J. PFEIFFER C. SUMNER DAVIS MARTIN L. MACINTIRE ARTHUR HORSON QUINN, JR. W 4, 'Q HARRY H. EDEL JOHN F. MARQUARDT ARTHUR S. SALUS ' I ' GEORGE V. HORTON IQENNETH R. STEAD A ' fr I A V" F I . ' LY 7 7 1 vgxgifgfff-fry, X, Y .- .. -MM Y rl ' """' . " '. . A - ' . I I UN I YER S T TY ORQQQQPENN 3 YLxf AIx4I .A.3j Page Two Hundred and Tl1irly-seven WThe Pennsylvaniann T was the golden keystone of The Pennsylvanian, the first publication key to be worn by members of the class of 1928, that symbolized the early literary accomplishments of our class. This interest and effort was maintained through- out the Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. Since heeling for the board is primarily a Freshman privi- lege, our class early established itself in this particular activi- ty. In fact the response to the call for heelers was so great and the resulting rivalry so keen that at the end of the first competition in January, 1925, four members, instead of the customary three, were chosen for the board. These men were 1 Ed. Dull Leonard C. Dill, Jr., C. Sumner Davis, Edward S. Irish and ' LLOI' l Donald B. Miller. In the next competition H. Townsend r J I , . Vg. . QW. QI... Q 'Xxx-,..,'v.v: ,l l 'ff -- w l T1-figs.. l-is-ilrwl .1 wgfrf Q- t I 'I 'ill' . l Basil , 3 Q if 55 all 1 ff. .. Bongaardt, Albert M. Crafmueller, and Finley B. Hess were selected and in the final . 1 w . . 1 l. W.. ,W if , S competition were added Donald L. MacLea, Joseph E. Podgor, and Jack J. McDowell. 1 ' Walter D. Adams, John P. Berry, Millard S. Banks, S. Ralph Douglas, Rowland B. Scott, Henry H. Tiefenbronner, S. Alan Sloan, Jr., George V. Horton, Marshall X Lewis and Edward A. Talbot were elected to the B11Si116SS Board. John F. Mar- 553551 quandt and William F. McKenney showed themselves skilled in handling the camera fvfyj and were elected to the Pictorial Board. Somewhat more than a year later the Manag- i. elf ing Board elections were held and the class of- ficially took over the responsibilities pursuant to publishing the Daily. At this time, Leonard C. Dill, Jr., was named Editor-in-Chief, C. Sumner Davis, News Editor, and H. Townsend Bongaardt, Managing Editor. S. Alan Sloan, Jr., was elected Business Manager for the year 1927- 28, Marshall Lewis, Circulation Manager, George V. Horton, Pictorial Business Manager, John F. Marquardt, Pictorial Chairman, William F. McKenney, Photographic Editor. Under the guidance of our class it is felt that the high standards set in previous years have been maintained by the Board. In accord- ance with the practice inaugurated in 1927, Robert F. Brown, Features Editor, has con- ducted the destinies of the MPenn and Ink" column alone this year, assisted by a Junior member of the board. The quality of the paper this year marks it more than ever as one of the foremost college dailies in the country. uThe Pennsylvanianw is an active member of the Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association. ' Sym: I . J 4 'l ' " if l -vklilw if k..-fix ' ' V. - I I V ,-3 ,.r! ,-azffmrmnxk I .. ' A . .ai-R v ' if ' ' P t 4 . -to 1 B11 9 SQ 2311112111 f iq , - ' ' '--5'-if .BWIEES L . , ,EMMA . ,.:. fgmggfm, oPross"cmumfcu"maut'sncmmcwnoatsm fF1,5'Q,m,2!,gLU1FfUi 'lggggtl ,W,M,,.W,,g,j, tainxrsoecitnmsgnygiecuintz ominxtmrlaigqwwzzwm x 1 N-37'5Q7397'C'A V- ,.,,. wan pmamigr Qtll H "Tilt-17Q'.ff"', f ..,... - ,..- . ....... if ,L . . W .................. .... .., . . , ,, 'ffiiiifilt' -"" -""::7 'x:':fg5q5:w.'1:' ,QC : .. 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ROSE, '29 "The Pennsylvaniarf' . . . .CHARLES SUMNER DAVIS, '28 Features Editor. . . . 8 LEONARD CARTER DILL, '28 Managing Editor ....... H. TOWNSENII BONOAARIJT, '2 ROBERT F. BROWN, '28 NEWTON C. FIAWLEY, '29 Associate Editors F. B. HESS, '28 C. R. HINDLEY, 29 R.I ' DL .. LINGELBACH, '29 . MANCLEA, '28 A. M. GRAFMUELLER, '28 JACK .l. MCDOWEI.L, '28 E. S. IRISH, '28 D. B. MITJLAR, '28 Assistant Editors J. W. EASTON, '30 S. H. FRENCH, '30 L. A. GEYER, '30 N. E. LUKEJVIIRE, '30 H. W. FISCHER, '30 G. M. NEIL, '30 Business Manager, SAIVIUEL ALAN SLOAN, JR., '28 Assistant Business Managers J. W. WARE, ITI, '30 A. V. COPLON, '29 N. V. COHN, '30 F. D. GRAHAM, '29 E. A. TALBOT, '28 R. H. SAMPSON, '29 J. CAMPBELL, '29 J. J. SHUBERT, '30 W. M. CLARK, '29 J. I.. SPIEGELMAN, '29 Pictorial Chairman. .. ........ JOHN F. IVIARQUARDT Pictorial Editor ............. WILLIAM F. MCIQENNEX' Pictorial Business Manager ....... GEORGE V. HORTON W. OMAN, '29 E. POIIGOR, '28 A. STANGER, '29 VAN XVINICLE, '30 A. MORRIS, '31 R. DERR, '31 B. POLHEMUS, '31 I.. ZULLINGER, '29 S. Bmccs, '30 A. LEEDOIXI, '30 P. SOLOMON, '30 S. WOLFE, '30 J. K. LIITI-TER, '30 W. N. CAHN, '29 H. IQAMBER, '29 H. J. BUECHER, '30 .ff -. is Jig fd-1. :A - . .. 11 F DAX F' iw. New R NC Ny- . 7 ff: rf-I' X M. F. WHITCOMR, '29 B. T-T. STROUSE, '30 ,-,X-,,,,ga,....,--. . ......- .L ...Y . Y .- .,. A- 1 . ,N W il FA wh' I. 'I'-' ij' 1 v .I xl A I I :'K.3R3'I".Q ' ww ,A A Lu: . ,- -'fx . T .411 fy' '.1 ' V ', ' Hg.-,Ng !I."i'.' jk ,I ..,, Z. - w-.flrwf l A iflimf 'I l My 1 TAR.. cfm --. 1' I.. 0 I+ I 'FR I " I gf lbs. COA' 2108, N A 4' 08.32 Vs N. ff 7. 1925? jigf2i0"' A fFr'f8"'i' , ,A 'A -2,155 ' 2-:I 3 V13 iq'-1 J KWSN I Milf . 1 R si1'fN.", 'MAI-I2q mr f A 1 i .L ,.,.j, fy I, I. T AI: M:-lt . ff erm' iii iff' far- '. ,fx W .A hi. vrwkii ., ., gwffg, .1 5 jigs'-'w . .:'j,f23 4 3 ew 1 V yg'w,5 1" I may , 1 'WU' iff? if 3 li. FY 5 r IQ" '. i 'F' ' If 1 T Viilviifl y I ' 0 1 ilzfff . 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For in all things, T512 mirth helps a man to succeed, as it has well been said. Nineteen Twenty-Eight quickly realized how p true are these words of Poor Richard, and it Q, ,V saw early in its glorious life that the Road to Success is reached best by passing through 5 .14 gf? 41:1 Mirth: at Pennsylvania represented by the 1 'cPunch Bowlf, Ever since 1924 have our N J-1 ' Y quips and jests brightened the pages of the .f f l Editor Brown t4Bowl," and it was in no small measure due to 5. 'A us that early in our career the Sludge" cup for 5115 f y tl1e most meritorious college comic was presented to the Jolly Brewers. g p At the end of our freshman year, 1928 first appeared on the MPunch E xif Bowl" masthead, when Joel Nass had shown his business capabilities. QS At the election held the following December MBo" Brown was presented i f fgiffy with the coveted Art Spoon, and William Fischer and Reuben Herzfield in Q .,n,.,1J- .x' -721' gf N. . 1 Q31 l ,A N Q ' 1' , 1 flfigff-1 ' iiifjf i ffl'-:Lf 5 ii.-V W" .1 ..51 I hrsff' l i j.-SRDM l fwaf' :Wit l fm Qt 5 , r., 4 3 ' :Q . A . 7 .t l lki X IES f ? ,W , 5 tm 'f P Y' Y by. Y .W .gg . Lb .9. e L . N were given places on the editorial board. But 1928 stirred the jolly brew so lustily that more ladle-wielders were soon appointed to the NBowl'7 staff. Early in the following year Harry Edel and Harold Wi. Coward had proven their worth and were taken as Editorial Spoons. Ourclass can handle business as well as pleasure, however, and Perkins Bailey, Sidney S. Kadin and .loseph Conwell were given the symbolic Business Spoons. The words of the sage Poor Richard remained in our ears till the end of our Junior competition, and more Men of '28 were seen to be on the way to Success through Mirth. Martin Maclntire and Sidney Rabino- witz were elected Editorial Spoons, Norman Roche and .lackson P. Ketcham won their art spurs, and Joseph Mead, Seymour Dimond, and Edwin Phillips made the business board. ln this our final year, 1928 is making ,ein all sit up and take notice of how a publication may and does thrive under the proper management. Robert F. Brown wields the Ladle as editor-in-chief, and Harry Edel capably serves as managing editor. Art Editor Norman Roche exem- plifies the spirit of the uBowl" on canvas. In -A! the business competition one man stood at tl1e top, and Perkins Bailey now shapes the finan- cial destinies as Business Manager, ably as- sisted by Advertising Manager Sidney Ka-din and Circulation Manager Joseph Conwell. The eye of tl1e master will do more Work A than both his hands, says Poor Richard. But not only does 1928 watch over the destinies of if the MBowl'7: it also works and leads the others, for as Poor Richard well says, if you would have a faithful servant, serve yourself. f. T.,-W., ., 4:..t,1. ,V .- sa H2534 511 ff' fs .,,,,,t rf . gp.:-a . sm 'T 1 ' 3113! . 3' . , if f .-.-.. .p ' XJ Q . if Q N 4-X , 1212 W 1 FD I sf H ,4,. Qs. as go 1, E. 1 U51 i by 71 ' ll az. my gd , Q? it -'- . 1 ?fm2xv'?F1fVJm.X. -s s 2 A - I f V f ' ,Q T2Qtwx6dxEDZil4XE'UX N 1 I up . .-walt ........ 5 ..., V ...,.,. ..... , ..., .... L ,,... .,,....,,. .............. 5 5 1 g i? ,,,.,,,,,, T ,,,,.,,., ns.: ,.,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,.., ,.,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,...... ....... ............ ........... . . . .cawvaasiirifors rNNSYLvANi.a.5 .... ., ...,, , ,... ...... .,.. . .... . . ...gl ...,,.. , . ..... .LLM X 1 ,.,, ........ L ..., ,.J. ..,. . ...... . .... ....,. L ....., A--i Page Two Hundred and Forty Y..-rarrm., .... .A .............,..q1m.,,,. ITEC 192 SJRECOR JI . VJ .93 E' :I e ' Q, 'Ei ,I,, s 19' A Hy QI . I sf ' I' .D , Ki I9, 9 'Ng Ir 'CEA K .3 fffq , 51 Q. Q A I" R.' fo I vw, X .59 I ,lf I N ' I W' , FA I In I EFX? k In I bk 1 1 'H' R" "J Ip' Z HAROLD W. COWARD, '28 ' MARTIN L. JVIACINTIRE, 28 WILLIAM F. FISCHER, JR.,'28 I Jglxs ' Mfg Ri I' v YIQJI I B' I 22 4 N5 52 ' I N D 'R 36 3 me I ' 'im' If ' I Ii 5, I I ,qv X lie I II 'Q' Ihr' 9 IiW I 69 e B2 I WV' I F ' IL LL I CHARLTON R. IQEY, ' GRIEE BECKWITII JKEY HALL DIAMOND NASS BAER TRUITI COMROE APT KIESTER H. KAI-z E. KATZ :KULLMAN YVAGNER FRANK COWARD K K L W T LOR M 1' FIS HER ZULLINGER I MACINTIRE SCIIUDERT GOLDSLIITII BEDDOE ERNER APLAN EvI-I-T EIL AY IAR IN c , DUNLAP RUSSELL STERN CONWELL ROCIIE BAILEY BRONVN MOELIIINNEY BENNETT GOLDMAN OEEUTT The Pennsylvania "Punch Bowl" Board of Managers Ediior-in-Chief .............. ROBERT F. BROwN,f.'28, Managing Editor ..... ...... H ARRY H. EDEL,"'28 Art Editor .... ....... ........ N O RMAN ROCHE, '28 Business Manager ...... ..... P ERKINS H. BAILEY, '28 Advertising Manager ..... .......... S ID KADIN,, '28 Circulation Manager ............ JOSEPH CONWELL, '28 I Art Spoons J. ' JACKSON P. KETCHIAM, '28 LEE OFFUTT, '29 J. ALEXANDER BLEIDUNG, '30 29 ARTHUR IQAPLAN., '30 JOHN BEDDOE, '30 SIDNEY APT, '28 Editorial Spoons AI, BARBIERI, '29 CHARLES HINDLEY, '29 GEORGE ZEUGSCHIWIIDT, '30 SIDNEY RABINOWITZ, '28 SAMUEL BAER, '29 WESLEH' BEOKWITH, '29 BERT HALL, '29 JULIUS COMROE, '31 BJEUBEN HERZEIELD, '28 1 I Ii I I I I II II I1 5 J 1 I I I C'- 'M I I. Q J .Ii EQ N Isv J E f 2 I I egg 'Es ,,I QI.. Eg'-N? MIQJ I I 1 I I I if 'ii f .K '1 'R i E, pr . " Q ' I I - P? I U I, 62 5? J. wi xx, IA .fn ' bg GZ If-' 59' aff I A Q A I. 'I ROBERT S. HOLEMAN, '29 JOHN IQRAMER, '30 HENRY GOLDSINIITH, '30 ' '. ,. 5 Business Spoons I- L -. , JOSEPH MEAD, '28 ROBERT ZULLINGER, '29 RAYMOND KERNER. '29 JACK ROSENBAUM, '29 NI JULIUS JAOOBSON, '29 D. EDWARD FRANK, '29 BIRNEY B. TRUITT, '29 PAUL BENEDICT, '29 1 -' P Q JESSE FRIEDMAN, '29 BERNARD SAKOwITz, '29 JAMES YOHE, '29 J. J. SHUBERTn '30 P. JOEL NASS, '28 FRANK MARTIN, '29 FRED DANFORD, '29 EARL KATZ, '30 I 'Q t EDWARD CORSON, '29 R. MCELI-IINNEY, '29 STANTON GOLDMAN, '29 MAX M. YAFFEE, '30 ' 'Qu 2 , X DAVID LEVITT, '29 HAROLD KATz, '29 XVILLIAM- CLARK, '29 HERMAN KULI.M,,XN, '30 C, ,x ALFRED B. BENNETT, '29 ROBERT WEIL, '31 WT . I 'v , j 1' I .I I F ' S - I -HI- . - QffERWwaNsSs- - - gg.- JI-A Q- -D, , ' f . .A A rf,-f-fe A-T . I 5 :IKAEQQQALQ1M.AzcAvApc4IDIsf.fAfoIQ.,A,Q,f:L4qs.-la.A'I f'7 A ,M ,,,, qv . ,.., H W1 .,,. jj illlll ,,.,, l Him' ,,,,,..,,.,, ,,,, , ,,,1,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,,.,..,..,...,. - : .-..... 5 .7 41' 5 -,-5 ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,.,,. .,,,. r, 7 ,,,,,,,, I ,.,..., ,H ,,.... m,.,,.f' , . "P-fr-I---'rTI""'-vrvfvrffvffvvfvf Ei S'-SBI 5 - my 3 , 'UNIVERSITY 024, E.NNS J?.LR"f"i...l:"'J1.Agi IL ,,,g i A-,,,V ,,,V , ,L ,AX,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.. ........... ...,., , ,.,. . . . . . . ....,. -I ..IJ.L.B3..'?gQ P144 0 gif. ...-.-. U... .I . -. 1-- ,---I. .. .Mfg I Ri II 'I--' A I -vi--AAL-1-L-'Ji--'-T'-::,iJ Page Two Hundred and Forty-one 1928 Recordu " OT only a Year Book but YOUR Book," has been the slogan of the 1928 Record and it has been with this idea in mind that the present volume has been compiled. The 1928 Record has striven to faithfully chronicle the activities of all four classes of undergraduates at Pennsylvania for the year 1927-1928-and we trust that a care- ful review of this book will bring forth your commendation. , We point with pride to several innovations peculiar to the 1928 Record. The introduc- tion of the Franklin theme is, we feel, a step forward and carries the Record along the path of Year Book progress. The working out of this theme required detailed and accurate research work and necessitated historical authority in creating both editorial and art material suitable to the period. The result, we feel, is unique and fully compensates us for the extra time and effort expended. The addition of composite pages of Junior, Sophomore and Freshman snaps was a long-needed concession to the underclassmen. The employment ofthis new feature should prove conclusively that the 1928 Record intends at all times to make good the boast expressed in its slogan. To lend a lighter touch to the more serious facts to be found in this student almanac a Humorous Section was added with the inevitable uBo'7 Brown at the helm. It was our opinion that in years to come you will enjoy reviewing the best Penn- sylvania humor of 1928. The managing board is sincerely grateful to the many people who have cheerfully cooperated with it throughout the year and have fostered the Work which was done. We wish to express our especial appreciation to Dr. McClelland for his helpful guidance and valuable advice. We are also in the debt of those members of the Junior Class who, as Heelers, faithfully performed their tasks. However, we shall in this case allow actions to speak louder than words and reward them with the opportunity of editing the 1929 Record. 1 With this brief explanation of the contents of the 1928 Record we will leave you to peruse in peace the material found therein. This particular volume is .dedicated to Benjamin Franklin, the founder of our great University, Whose life shall be a source of real inspiration to all Pennsylvania men-but it is devoted strictly to you and your inter- ests-it is Your book and as such We leave it in your hands. Editor Tiefenbronner 'pg 2 y ip--w FRAXMXELZASR -pig ty .J 5 'ilxflfffy f f'i:f'l,'-'ill .TW ,Q .4 Lt,-,', is-3. , , x lily l It w ya, at ' N l' i 'Aff A 60.11 il ' l ., 1 v , NY- lr .y M., . 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P' w .-U' 1, .1 1 .41 JKHSJX 13. Q L Editor-in-Chief ......... HENRY H. TIEFENBRONNER , A U 11 ' 55.1-Ri il YS? 1 E121 NEUBECK STEAD Koos, SMITH ED EL KING LOESCII HIXLE ANDERSON EEROYMSON JVIEAD RJACINTIRE SALUS TIFF ENBRONNER ROBERTS 1. Managing Editor ...,........... FREDERICK PFEIFER Circulation Manager... ....... REED H. SAVIN 1. Art Editor ............ .... J . ROLAND SNYDER SIIAPIRO LIEDONVITZ MASH HIRSCII ROBINIIOLD MACE PIEEIEER SAV1 N SNYDER 1923 Record Board Business Manager ..... ...SAMUEL J. ROBERTS Advertising Manager .... .... A RTHUR S. SALUS Photographic Editor ......... WM. F. MCIQENNEX' Service Bureau Manager .... MARTIN L. MACINTIRE 1 -ac-F 1, , T1-fl f . .11 ' J.1f1ff1' 1 ' 11. -11-1 Qf l A 11:13. .gk 1 ili1L1ij.-'f J Weis.. . Kg 1.2321 MOIWF '1 .-fr-Q' .J 1. lf. :x ' HPV Yi f ' Ji. X' Y IICJW il cfs 1?-31 J EVIDYS1 Q' 1.'N,.11Qm1., , , ,Q 1 1 . 1. 1. Ufwfi-RS JG: 'fl' . .3.f??f?2u5 . LQ JJ- : -'z 1 f J Q15 37, J 1 15122533 " .5 7" P! 1.1.1 VL53.--. 1 J ' ' W' 11.1135 V ffl' ' Higfi-11?f1 1 1' TWH? . KJ Jgfff' 1 : 1 A 1'?5f3'1f Kg SQ 1 X ffl.. 9 Q- ws: 'N KR 'U it "mil cf.. . ,- 1 iw?-1 :J .X 1 J Qjiffgiwi .1 I "K 1' L 1 ll QZLW Q Q1 ui! I -. 'J f ,1-321+ I 1 1. 1171:-em. , 1.5. 4 , . 15 1 '4.11Rf. 1' P., J NI Editors Eiga? M 1 1, .Am '-I,-J 'fl-. CHARLES S. ANDERSON JOHN D. IQINC GEORGE PASSMORE QQQSLW -P:-S1 HARRY EDEL HERBERT LOESCH THEODORE E. SHAPIRO Wgggm . Ni RICHARD P. EFROYMSON JOHN MACE LESTER STONE 'Qzll' '11 EDWARD E. HALE JOSEPH B. MEAD LURAY SWEET 15,9 A - SPENCER E. OWEN 1 1 N .. 1 . In k? P - - '1 gli Business Associates 1 vw S 1 f " KAR ' PHILIP FIERSTEIN JOHN JACOB LEIDI' I KGB. Wx, . PHILIP FULD HERMAN MASH ' Kwik IL Y ' REGINALD HIRSCH HARRY J. RORIN1-IOLD " EQ 1 THEODORE L. KOOS WILLIAM SMITH ,Q Q .1',- IQENNETH R. STEAD 5-171. A 1 . lf ' , 1 'I if 1 Art Associates I . ARNOLD V. COOK JACKSON P. KETCHAM Q Q WILLIAM H. NEUBECIC 1 - 4. 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Red and Blue A VERCOMING all obstacles in the shape of precedent the Class of 1928 had eight of its number elected to the HRed and Blue" Board during its freshman year. Louis Laronge, Henry Tiefenbronner, Louis D. Gross, and Arthur Salus were the deserving workers chosen for tl1e Busi- ness Staff. Edward S. Irish and Ralph Rice were elected to the Editorial group, while Robert D. Straus and John Mar- quardt were added to the Photographic Board. This unusual ability and willingness to, work has continued in the Class throughout the four years of its presence on the campus so that by the end of its junior year, it had forty-four members on different Boards of the NRed and Bluef' A number as large as this was unheard of before and is nearly twice as large as the average. Following in the footsteps of their mates, six more heelers from this Class were elected in January of their Sophomore year. Samuel Roberts, Carl S. Anderson, and VV alter E. Hoffman were the Had ,get- ters" chosen, Arthur Hobson Quinn, Jr., was chosen for his literary ability, Robert F. Brown was the first of his Class to make the Art Board, and William F. Mclienney was elected as a photographer. In the Spring of the same year Frances I. Curtis, Nor- man E. Malone, and James Farber were added as writers, Spencer Owen, Albert Graf- mueller, and Eli Reich joined the Photographic Board, Brude Forward and Gilbert Simonski made the artists group, while the Business Board was enlarged with the elec- tion of Thomas Gates, Harold Katz, Robert Leopold, Donald Loenthal, Kenneth Stead, Martin Mclntyre, and Edward Talbot. Further additions were made in January, 1927, with the election of Richard Samson, Philip G. Mumford, and Allan J. Fisher to the Editorial Board, Clair A. Yeaton to the Photographic Board, and Wortliington But- Iiditor Irish ton, Ben Chorosh, Leroy Hepburne, Yonnie Leidy to the Business Board. Witli the final elections in the junior year Horace Camden, Joseph Mead, Edward Frater, and Ford Mar- tin were chosen for the Editorial group. At the end of that school year elections were held for the Managing Board to guide this magazine -during the senior year of the Class. The ones chosen were: Ed Irish, Editor-in-Chief, Art Quinn, Managing Editor, Spence Owen, Photographic Editor, uBo" Brown, Art Editor Lou Laronge, Business Manager, Ken Stead Ad- vertising Manager, and Frank Cornell, Circulation Manager. Under the supervision of these men, the MRed and Blue" has completed another successful year and it has surpassed many heights set by classes of previous years in the publication of this important campus periodical. 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L OU LARONGEA '23 Managing Editor .... ...ARTHUR H. QUINN, JR., '28 Advertising Manager. .. ...... IQENNETH STEAD, '28 Features Editor ,,,, . ,,,, NORMAN E, MALONE, '28 Art Editor .............. .... R ORERT F. BROWN, 28 Photographic Editor .............. SPENCER OWEN, '28 HORACE CAMDEN, '28 FORD MARTIN, '28 RICHARD SAMSON, '28 ALAN J. FISHER, '28 JOSEPH MEAD, '28 FRANCIS I. CURTIS, '28 ALBERT CASSEL, '29 ROBERT D. STRAUSS, '28 CLAIR A. YEATON, '28 Art Board CHARLTON R. IQEY, '29 Board of Editors TOWNSEND SELLERS, '29 JACOB LICHSTEIN, '29 ROBERT H. HALFF, '29 WESLEY H. BECIQWITH, '29 BERTRAM HALL, '29 ROBERT L. ZULLINCER, '29 TAYLOR B. BLADING, '29 WILLIAM HAINES, '30 Photographic Board ELI REICH, '28 HAROLD IQAMPER, '29 ROBERT S. HOLZMAN, '29 CHARLES R. HINDLEY, '29 BERTRAM H. IQASINDORF, '29' SAMUEL BAER, '29 HAROLD LEEKER, '30 WILLIAM DAY, '30 GUERT W. ENSIGN, JR., '30 JOSEPH FRANK, '29 JARED A. FAULB, '30 Ifj-:J-i 1 A, M' j ff' ' 2,1 gt , I ' - 11 up :I I I I .us ?'!"'1'g-' ' JI WEPIJUA' I . ,A '- V L if ,-elf" 7 I I 'I Wi, . 5, Rig: -, J .1 QA , 'I' ' 1 I- I I A: .ga I, I :I Vg:-'1 'I 'N IJ. ' U-, fi! I J Rl if-'.Qg,,I I 'ffllxi fi zvgmff .qw W! 4 lrfrf gg?-:Wx '73-Aw I Eff. RZ-Ii ' i YY? '31 9. IIs',nQf ' TES'-3. I S.. 'f3i.Jfs'r ww? Q 1iiWfb'U H4f'a.'fi1 74355 ' .1iIIQ.Ig1i-A IIIIQZQ LE,- . R M .I Igrffsfr' 1 If iffllf MLN' ' Mgflri' 15 RQ' I A I faq UI" .I f 5 fix' 'IQ . f,.,R .3 ALBERT GRAPMUELLER, '28 WILTON H. CAHN, '29 EDWIN F. KOETSCH, '30, .g'ji'Q2ygQ,9 , J Q WILLIAM F. MCIQENNEY, '28 HOWARD B. JNOIIMAND, 30 jjygjwb f Business Assistants fgqgmgfl- - - . 'J,.1,. ' gr I HENRY H. TIEEENBRONNER, '28 JAMES YOHE, '28 LEONARD J. OPPENHEIMER, '29 I ARTHUR S. SALUS, '28 ROBERT WITTER, '28 CHARLES DAY, '29 ff- ' Q WALTER E. HOFFMAN, '28 MARTIN L. MAOINTIRE, 28 NORMAN COHEN, '29 ,gggyfgl i g: SAMUEL ROBERTS, '28 EDWARD A. TALBOT, '28 PAUL BENEDICIL, '29 X7 Ea' PHILIP I. N. ALPERDT, '28 BEN CHOROSI-E, '28-, ,I DAVID LEVITT, 29 7 I Q WORTHINCTON BUTTON, 28 JOHN LEIDY, 28 ALFRED E. EDWARDS, 29 mgqg, 'bfi N CARL S. ANDERSON, '28 LEROY HEPBURNE, '29 DUNCAN BRIGGS, '30 I. y--1 Q91 ' THOMAS S. GATES, '28' ALAN GOLDSMITH, '29 PAUL MEYER, '30 .33 ffm S2 P , DONALD WOOD, '28 STANBERY SPEER, '29 HAROLD KATz, '29 QQJQQQ7 4'-1 : Vw J r 2 ,mn , A 5. ' 21 24' , ,ff-"'1:fffL,.'-,. I ' wifi A- ,, L . ., L Y , ..-. ---- -- ----- f--, -f---H - --f I -- """'I 343 5-7413 3, Q ji jr-rj ' fl g:i,,,.,.,,.,.:-,,.,..,,,.,,....,T.,,.iT,TY?,,,,,,,,,q7,,,,r,.?,,-,.,Tn,w.::,.,,fr,T,,.,,,,m,L, .....5.f,-T,, --..--v .- 5--rnvv, .5-qv-'7'W "f"'T'1-1'iI'j'fTf: ' yf.'TTf'- 212 T, -'if' A I 2? T' T 'E' Ti, -7' " ' 7 'j,,I-gli'-Ilia-'if':Q I--I . I 1 ' V , . U' 'J N ' TV EJ 4.21 If L Q ,I f .'. - -A 1---1 V ' 'H J K- I .ES L .... ,HULL A, .,,,,L.,-..,-L. L .fz2f5v75i4AL,,,. .,- E-L.---LA AA- I 1 - Page Two Iiundzgiw andy'-N F Orly- five X- V. D l Y l if ...EE if 1 rf if-NS. .a"Q:??4 Efdijfglj .," Y ml-f H izjffi ,wr A hw' We f 54,1 pa. 31 D ,Mg . Kg, W .7 "N in- 'ASE 'Rx ' 55.3 v GG 0 0 97 'ne i The Pennsylvania Triangle " HE Pennsylvania Trianglef' dedicated to the inter- ests of the Towne Scientific School, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering and the School of Fine Arts, has become the outstanding activity of the techni- cal schools. It was first organized by the Whitney Engineer- ing Society in 1910, and published as the "LWhitney Engi- neering Magazinef' However, in the fall of 1913 it was de- cided to broaden the scope of the magazine, so as to include all departments of the Engineering Schools, and the New Year saw the inception ,of the MTowne Scientific School Journal." The magazine continued to flourish until 1917, . 1 when the war brought its issuance to an abrupt end. It re- mained for the class of 1921 to breathe life into the .1 ournal, and again greatly revised and improved, it appeared and be- came firmly established on the campus. Coming rapidly forward as an undergraduate technical publication it was soon rec- ognized by the Engineering College Magazines Associated, known as the E. C. M. A., an association of the better 'technical college publications throughout the United States, and elected to membership. It was decided to expand publication from a quarterly to a monthly basis with the May, 1924, issue, and to indicate another phase in the growth of the Magazine, the name was accordingly changed to the PENNSYLVANIA TRI- ANGLE. The name is symbolic of the three fields served by the publication-E-ngr neering, Architecture and Science. At no time in its history has the magazine been held in more popular favor than in the last two years, both on the campus and throughout the country. At the annual convention of the E. C. M. A., held in Columbus last fall, MThe Pennsylvania Trianglew won first place for contents in competition with the publications of the twenty-one leading technical schools of the country. Its circulation has mounted from a limited distribution in 1914 among two departments of the Towne School, to a circulation of Editor Slocum .Q f I IJ 3 N. over a thousand copies a month among eighty-five per cent of the undergraduates of the combined Engineering Schools, and Alumni in twenty foreign countries. While the Anzacs in Australia are reading the Alumni Notes, their classmates in Europe, Africa and the Orient are laughing f ?j over the Center of Gravity jokes. The men of the Class of 1928, especially Editor-in-Chief Slocum and Business Manager Day, have done their work in a very able manner, and their loss by graduation will be keenly felt. The entire Managing Board, as well as a majority of the staff members of this year's publication, are members of the Class of 1928. They close the eleventh volume with a word of encouragement to those who are about to open the twelfth, and express an earnest wish that they build well upon the foundations laid throughout eleven years of effort. .f .fxifii-J 1, 'xx T. mipff' . .2 at A . Tx ww , I y-' ' 9 "Q-QQ? '-rw 1 'W 59131: M3411 '3 YK A ,.-Elgin ., my ,twat ww . gs., ?- 1- If w ' :fy 't' Ll:1ly'H, l .. :J 1-N, 1 E .4 vl .. ' ic ' r 0 Jn 4' K -L, V 'fx K vi gi ' J 'yy .11 l 1. .w 'z 1, u, J..,r in I W 9 H, ,J l 1 V1 3 V LE.. lm' . 2' ax: l ll . I y , f 'lil vi V' 'fwfW"f?9SiW5?MD'WE9:k!??"tEe2wif-'e+n":..tZM131 1:94 " ' 1 f V. Es. ws'fY:wk'swSv'f:E3'if?v-ui:yif-'sa32'-fit'-fffraa:UMz3fMrnTfS- wf V "IAN r -'La-'amass'-TL.a'r3f1".f-galnfcfsgifez'mtg-s'.f2f,L'f,..,,, A . X .. n - -Y sw .- , 1 ff 113. 15' ie'ff'vfvfwee-af-ei-'samM51 at sr, 1 fp f.,. i-L. w " 1 MJ' 1,93-Q ' ri L . ,f,,- ' .',.j-14.5. vue-L'f' ' - ' 1 ,'lvff,,-. A-"Q :--,.,,.f.a'1'J1:if:4tj.fEi-'i , . 371'-7U"w'Pi'?f'1 1 .- 'V-951-:A il?-T7 an 1 9 ' .. .-1 -.sXg,a.:,..: .2 W .ug-. .sl a f-D. ' ga ' Wa. -A l I r 'All f' -- La,-,V , , , W, Y, , ,.....,,,,., I :JA 123 Qf ' 7321? ....... . ...WW .-.- . . , g uf .fun .1 rl lt. if -Y -NW...-.Y A .WY H -.M A . . L..- ar-.. J-, 201 -,. , ,YM , ,V ,. , .,, . a ..s,,,,.,,,,A,.,-.,. , Page Two Hundred and F orty-six E' ff. ..v.f.,,w1f.-ffiqw.-. fm-wfTvmEQ"" A' ' ' "" ' '--'M'-Y"----A-'K wig -A-- --W'------ we--v ---x-.--w---.A,, ,, Vg , .PQ-P-ininv ,TQn::lx?.?i...2.L.,...:iiF:. k -T f 'r ,T 'gf VA K d Y, I ,N '-Q . 'j I 1 r- -- -'rf 'fwfr' '3IvE1'1'?F'T'v""1""' .T "-':Tw'Lf ' 31. 13, , 'V' 1, 'J '--- , '- , , A 'A la ,LQLlQ!,fiQ3p5:J,!'L'y..!!11-'UIAIGUQHJEQQ'H-1 JL 21 . L ' Y' .- -' ' A -,4, ll w .ifJ'T.QI'LEf1J'A VL 7 W J Q15 M r '... N 'X 1 ' si '. Ar 5 L 'iw A 7-'Vw 1 97 88 I5 ',.L,v4.,.5 g 'LL ,- Wie ' 4 f'f,?D5?Jf1 rim I J .: i Wig? Kg, CQ ' .1 rg J av 1 B 1, I X J 72 , 47' L., 4 Zi?-1.1 J lf . ai' . Y fu 4 'H 'S -ir .1 K A ' . Uh, , I 7 Ti w 588 ' nf . J i Tw. WTI, , E .. , .1 - 1 .0 H r f 8 W. -'gf--w -. V---' -- ef 4 -A .mf . ., 1'11,1fwn.74,,-' 1g,u:,.,-... , ..,. 1 . 'ff e 1' '2-.1g -'. . ,L 9- 1, 1 - , V 39 + -'--'- -MP-Ay K..2L. mrs- - -A-QW-J . W. COWARD, CH. '28 GLASSMAN Po Wm OESTERLE MAS! STROUSE DIVEN BROWN' PETTIT LP-EVSER Bmzmz KETCHAM INGHAM 'Wim-B BRAINERD TUCKER DAY SLOCUM BLAMPHIN WVRIGHT Cowmzn "The Pennsylvania Triangle" ' Editor-in-Chief ........ WALTER W. SLOCUM, M.E. '28 Business Manager ......... CHARLES C. DAY, NLE. '28 Circulation Wlanager .... M. E. VVRIGHT, JR., Arch. '28 Deparzmenml Editor ...... A. M. BLAMPHIN, C.E. '28 Alumni Editor .......... F. J. TUCKER, JR., M.E. '28 Editorial Stay? J. P.. IQETCI-IAM, Arch. '28 T. J. POWER, M.E. '28 F. MASI, NLE. '28 W. A. WI'FTE, NLE. '28 W. S. PETTIT, Ch. '30 C. BRAINERD, M.E. '28 ZAHN, Ch. '28 S. INGHAM, Arch. '28 Business Stay? H. BEIZER, '29 W. D. BROWN, Arch. '29 L. F. SIMS, Arch. '29 J. B. DIVEN, Arch. '30 H- C- WOOD, C.-E. '28 L. H. GLASSMAN, C.E. '29 J. H. LAWSER, CH.E. '29 P. D. OESTERLE, M.F.. '29 B. H. STROUSE, '30 ff A as Q J If . J.-eww " M ' " " w"",t-.-.,J..f-' " ' " ' ,-n4f,,,.-.,,..,,,,,,,, .-.. ,.- .nr Mu, Mm., ,JM L...-. ,L vm... H.: 'J X Page Two Hundred and Forty-seven ini" .,-X1 H lfivi I U .s 'yif V 4-4 A u . QTQ ' Jlieifigif 'YW vii . im' . J. Pax , Eff? 2 .A if A Fi 571'- i F1253 1 if'fffVM 1 a K. my 1 U - ...r ' FTW . S"?'."x1 bfi x V,.g.9. Aff,-2?-W f 5a,vg1mJ5.' . .8 1 1 . mer ,Q .Jw . QV "1 .I fa-M . 5 ff 31.2.31 A rfzzmb E l"W"fl1 . .V 1. 1 -if--11 ? 3 QW 'Wx 'iq 2 '45 W-xl! 4. , .ily . I mist! w law' .w '..g:.g'W:A' I I-X, ' . .SL 2 01.21, . .K 'TQ Wffw n V85 V za J ML A rg, V 1 w ,S-QE c" K gg? A WY' J wg 5 ,Kashi A "Yu 4 , f : 49:4 I ,fi i lfltvgtifx 'W l.j1LPf.' 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But with an increased circulation and a growing reputation, .l unto became firmly im- planted. Four issues were published each year. Each issue was filled with stories, poetry, and essays of the highest literary value obtain- Editor Blankfort able. In 1927 .lunto decided to add one policy to the ones on which it had based its previous existence. That policy was to consider both editorially and in prose the contemporary doings of the Universe and University. Its columns were thrown open for any discussion pertaining to' campus and undergraduate activities. Edi- torially, it attempted to consider the virtues and vices of a university. Articles were Written pro and con about the many salient occurrences in the contemporary world. With these controversial essays and editorials X M ri ax' were many significant and virile short stories and poems. Men who formerly shied at a pure literary magazine began to take an interest in the sci M325 z r .vi-as , 5 332s stories and verse written by their fellow under- This new addition to the traditional policies p'.,' of .lunto has met with the approval of many of the prominent faculty members. .lunto has ,rvq "V,..' , ii' ifi , t,..i 2 siflf' L -' 'f -' f ' supplied a need felt by all thinking under- graduates and it will continue to publish the best of the undergraduate literary endeavors and critical articles. ,lunto will continue to stimulate the student body and will no doubt achieve the success which is forthcoming. 835 ia a+ . If I Q B 45 fa,"--5, --'- , '. vt., ,,.- W, .. rv , ,,-Z.Q,,- X V- f K7 Q , 2? 4. .., M.,- f x4 f z , sg, 'Sf N 1. t aaa 4' s f, f .sag vw- W K X 7 5 x i: -Q V I A N 1 ft X l K' 5 f ,M A Q f Q L f f , g Q sr vc-. aff eiaaadf ' . 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I . 51' A Y . 3, IE, .M ' RE .v 1 I3 I R ,, J' V I 'Sv AR5 I 'I 1 I' 'UQ Ii Mk f fiziixff I I Vie ma, ., I, I. .Q I R I fe if I s 5 X -L, I iw . V.-"' V CARSON CARNAHAN BRODONARO SILVERMAN HEILBRUN LAUFEL ' 'ATR ' I-IUTCHINSON HANSEN ARONOWITZ KOHN DWORSKY SIEGEL GLANTZ ' , 9 z 3 TRUE HART HORN BLANKRORT LEU TIIOLT HAUSEMAN POLIKOFF FRATER X - - X . 1 ' 5. . ' V - -i-I 'g . .. I W . 1 - .- ,, ' : -. A , 4 A , wq ' .nur I . - cc 77 ? ii, I Junto T o ' ' I Q E - Y .1 4 I . . . . ' ' in 'Q' Q Editor-In-Chief ........ SEYMOUR MICHAEL BLANKFORT Business Manager ..... ..... H ENRY F. LEUTHOLT , Managing Editor. .. ..l ...... RODNEY PHILIP TRUE Advertising Manager .... MILTON H. HAUSMAN Q1 Circulation Manager ............ BENJAMIN M. HORN V , i k I 3 ' "' - . f i .N Editorial Board K5 5 A. BRINTON CARSON ROBERT M. SEBASTIAN ' I 4 I. - WALTER B. HART HAXRRX' POLIKOFF + WILLIAM V. PORT ROBERT H. SKILTON ,K THOMAS R. BIRCH EDWARD L. FRATER s kg .il Business Board K I J. ARONWITZ EMANUEL KOHN ,A ROBERT ATLAS EMIL D. LAUEER BENEDICT C. BRODONARO ARMAND PEARTREE 11' pai- . PAUL S. DWORSKY FRANK ROSENTHAL , 5' IRVING GLANTZ SEYMOUR N. SIEGEL I ' LQ? , RICHARD L. HANSEN SAMUEL SILVERMAN I ROBERT HEILBRUN ALBERT S. TANDLER :Q Q FRANK C. HUTCHINSON J. A. TARGET avg- F. R. JENKINS SAMUEL UDITSIQY U - gl 4 I -1 xiv A R 5? 'ix QI' If G 31 1.5 , 9-ff' 'LU I . K '-5:9 ' Rx l . Q , I , . M V wmv i W f V :u ma T i V V I ,J uwsmx'mvmY4nfymLv4.w. awww. m m I , mf .4Iza 4.v -IwMms g?-: nv .Mx'-- wmv1 no lb U aw. J- .LgQOXQm24f?6f . W., ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,, , im, ,,,,,, W..- .,,. ,,,,. , .,..---..,..., ,,.,. .,,,.,,.,n,m. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 ,m ,,,,,,,,.,., ,. :,V. ,,,, 1 ,,,4,,,,44 H, ,,,,,,,,, .......,,f . . 5 Mummy, 3 p -3, I QUNIVEIRSITYOQ YENNSYLVANIA ,,,. ..,.... .... - I,.....,....... .....,. . ...,.V ,... , ..... . . ........ , , , ...... I A.,,....,-.. ..... . . ..... ., .. i Page Two Hundred and Forty-nine . I l 4 .J 1 ,wijfr ' V ,'??.!.IA I H IV. . , 5 P l ,fr Wu 1 5, ,fy-. Nfffe-:'. l sf, l ...it K y I ,J,,.E,.,. I Ifsll -j4xV'u ,' f1:f1".' 'W :'1i.lFl.-4 A tx, UNI J? ."' ff' .4 5. jisifsg mf: D. 'ffif f l Milla. , L Kiltie? Liifffi jaw rv l gm! iiiiiftf. Qi' fb? lifjiri lfixlfvl 'nazi-"' I "WY I "N I . ww WCS F? ' V551 WI, 'ifrffifei 135741 ll U 4. f . ffl lf' ,I ,M 'C' fl W w J-H FX' ' .. 'j , w If ' - N ,V 1 .X Y , X i l 6fThe 'Wharton News of Finance and Commercee' N February, 1928, there appeared the first issue of the 'Wharton News of Finance and Commerce. The beginning was unpretentious, sixteen pages constituting the first number. It was not a magazine that was the result of a sud- den inspiration but rather the first material manifestation of a movement of many years, standing. It was the realization of a suggestion made by Joseph B. Mead on February 27, 1925, in his Freshman year when he presented his plans to Dean E. R. Jolmson and to publication men on the campus. Among the Faculty and Students there had existed the feel- ing that the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce should have an exclusive Wharton publication. ' On the Wlharton Faculty there are experts in all phases of the science of business. The Wharton School has a wealth of resources for the dis- semination of knowledge on various subjects of economic, social and political matters. Yet heretofore there had been no medium at the exclusive disposal of the Wharton School in which Wharton business principles and practices could be published. With tl1e formation of the Wharton Association sponsored by Beta Gamma Sigma there existed in these two groups sufficient enthusiasm and ability to carry plans into realities. Joseph B. Mead and others planned this publication in co-operation with members of the faculty, and the constructive advice and mature judgment of Dr. Emory R. J ohnson, Dean, was of particular value. It was due to this great interest of our Dean that the NEWS was established in its excellent offices on Woodland Avenue. ' A Faculty Advisory Committee headed by Dr. Johnson and including as its members Doctors Frank Parker, H. J. Loman, G. L. Wilson, W. D. Gordon, L. A. Harr, and L. W. Hall was created. The active work of editing and publishing is in the hanfds of the Student Publication Board headed by Joseph B. Mead as Editor-in-Chief and ably as- sisted by Horace P. Camden, Jr., F. C. Hutchinson, W. D. Cobb, K. C. Tuttle and Howard Sands, with Sidney Kadin and Walter D. Adams very splendi-dly and efficiently handling the business departments. In its present form MThe Wharton News of Finance and Commerce" constitutes tl1e nucleus for a publication that should become a respected authority in the world of business and financial publications. It has successfully presented material of wide Editor Mead value to the practical business and financial man, as well as . . , the stu-dent and teacher, in a concise, business-like way. Yet - 'YM WHARTON NEXVS . of FINANCE und COMMERCE it aims to be non-technical wherever possible and attempts to give items about prominent personalities of interest to all. With its large and growing circulation of seven thousand i copies monthly there is every reason to believe that from VIIIIA lxl' these unpretentious first numbers successive numbers off mi growing size and value should evolve if the hearty co-opera- J tion of student, teacher and alumni continues. The inaugura-A y .. tion of The Wharton News of Finance and Commerce is an ' it . UNHVERSIU W PENNSYLVANIA accomplishment which should live through the years as an 1 achievement of members of Class Nineteen Twenty-Eight. 1 ' .1...,m'.... Initial Num bw' .-f. f L- if' .V . . J-N gl. h ,. ,. . W. A ,, ,. x . 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Magi, every school's curriculum, athletics have been a , greater and greater factor in University Life. From a very humble start amid modest surroundings, the Q1 importance of all forms of athletic sports has grown l Rnlfg . . . 4'- until today 1t has an universal appeal to all classes of inf, people in all sections of the country. Mental de- yy ' Xara 1 ' h 11 ' 1 C1 W ,, Mil, ve opment wit out p ysica cannot roun out a man 4 V properly, thought our Founder, and thus this Uni- y versity has developed in both endeavors equally. vigil? This great University has always been foremost wif among the leaders of collegiate sports and has oh- 3 Q Q19 tain d ld f h - ' J f, e wor renown or t e fine spoitsmanship of p 6 her players. The famed fighting spirit of Pennsyl- vania teams has built up a wealth of tradition for l p the Red and Blue, and, win or lose, true Pennsyl- I: a' 1- 1, vanians will be found fighting in their characteristic 11.1, Wi manner for their Alma Mater l 992, xl' Q 'fl at lg? 1 N -Q s g. 16 51 rf' -ow if . UL: T l! i 6 'ITU' ' 1 Y 'KI v D F -' ' 5 V 1.7 iii - Q Ma iwnnr yMw,ga,,MW ag ssss gww magma E 5 i 3 Hr f awaawa 1 Q 1, l - V - v- -,ia ----4 --f----' - ---.. --1--'f--f--i--'----- if vi---- --1- W flff- 55,9 , , W,-,fn-r . , . . I if is i My ry, all Q3 fl T Y is in is it t, if A N 1 A xliillf.. ...,,4,,Y . ..,, 1, ,ig,W,L,-.-,g,,,,,,.ggis .... ,Ll ,.... Y . ., ,.., ,M ,. ,,,, ig NXJWQQ' gdhdgk. . ,,,,.!i - ii g,fiiLf,,,,,i.,,,-,fi ,Qggigi .Q-1 ,.,. ..i?,,,-,,,,,i.:.....,,:, Page Two Hundred and Fifty-Iwo hletics w 4 i w ofshing is of more im-poriance for fhe pub- 1 qq A"N i . Q. r -. X llc wealjhan io form and Tram up youth "Ulf ""f4?""' 22' -1" 1 ., 1 . . -1 .Y-A S9 ., ' 5, -4 '5., furibf, ,wk f - V' gb,---4' - 74 ,? -Je , K Vi "V J 55154 2? .:' ' 'I ,ffff ,. f 4' -G ,I , , ' A f I if Ll, Iii. '-,N , -'I' A ' I i l, P ' - ' I uns- '1 ., A iifayfif, "'52'f'1f., A , . so 1:7121 I -'ff .t9',"ff J "Tri 1" '7' " W -- , A2171 rf?" 1 M 417.2 WWW' ,f 5 rs- .ff,a "" 1 f ,,,f' as - ftflZf12I.I ffzixrff Q . 139 , .rtflfflf-I A will 'L "'9lWZ7f'f 1,9 'A - MEIZ5, jtqhfg ' A I fx SH ,I fy if-1.Ij,fiw?mW1f,gffg.,A.. -gf: .q lygrff '-1? EaLMlfL?!if H 1 - J 5Qa'IR'sIM.' .sxmzi - - "L, -A fin' Wearers f th Football EDWARD W. HAKE, Captain ALFRED WASCOLONIS J. FOLWELL SCULL, JR. JOSEPH LENZNER JAMES J. MCGINNIS WALTER E. HOFFMAN MILLER MOORE WILLIAM J. DOWNEY G. FOSTER SANFORD, JR. 'ARNOLD M. IQASHOWITZ HAROLD M. DARBY T. S. GATES, JR., Manager I. R. STEVENS, Associate Basketball EUGENE J. CONNELL, Captain C. HARVEY MATTIIEWS MONTGOMERY CHAPMAN WILLIAM LUKASWITZ, JR. EDWARD M. HENNESSY, Mgr. MARSHALL LEWIS, Associate Track J. FOLWELL SCULL, Captain JOHN M. GREENE BERNARD H. LOWY L. B. HEILPRIN B. FLETCHER MOORE, JR. S. R. DOUGLAS, lwanager R. S. ESTUS, Associate Crew FRED C. GENTSCH, Captain JEROME K. CHENEY JOHN R. SEBASTIAN STANWOOD C. SWEETSER EIJMUND J. OERTER BEAUVEAU BORIE JOHN B. MITCHELL, Manager EDWARD A. TALBOT, Associate Soccer GERALD B. WEST, Captain C. HARVEY MATTHEWS EARL S. VOLLMER JACK MCDOWELL, Manager RICHARD HUNTER, Associate Baseball G. FOSTER SANFORD, JR., Capt. SAMUEL G. THOMAS EUGENE J. CONNELL BERNARD DEUTSCH PETER J. COLE RAYMOND P. WALKER ROBERT W. BARKER, Manager NORMAN E. MALONE, Associate A J-V Crew HERMAN J. JORDAN JOHN P. BERRY JAMES R. BAILEY JOSEPH H. FARBER RICHARD E. E. IQLINE DAVID W. COATES 150-lb. Crew LAWRENCE B. RUSSELL JOHN W. SPURDLE FREDERICK E. PERFECT , H. 1, A W.. .. . . v V- -,-A-n-'A-xvvv. 13? 'V .rv are -uf ew va, .rv za: :'::r,'Q,-.revs v'v,g-vrvv V: v-.wvxfvv vv vvvvvv vvyvv-Tvvvvvvvvvwvvvvww YTY . 1 V1 . 6' ',.'1I'vrf1l"vv'vlI1l YY 'YY 65 ' 53 Q3 I W aww? 077 Qfffhfefzbs vs IE I 5 2 1 l . sa -. f W7 K7 llnlllnxflltllllillllli AA AA AA AA A ' . 2 I 1 , ' ' . I . ' ' It ij-A 5- A L-.J is-A,L ,, QQ. 1-Al,-.Q Z 22 ,XAAA ,A-,,AA,A AAJCA .-Af.fvxA,AfXA4f-AAAf-sAf-Af-Q AfxAfvAfsc4.vxA As - ' ANA in corpore, sana mensf' is inscribed just above the north gate of Franklin Field as an inspiration to every student of the University of Pennsylvania. HA sane mind in a sane bodyf' is the meaning of the five Latin words that could be the athletic motto of every student in the land. ln furtherance of that idea the Council on Athletics has done everything possible to make the equipment used by the students modern and up to date so that their physical well-being can keep pace with their mental de- velopment. n U During the college year 1927-28 noteworthy improvements were made in the athletic plant of the University that should have a far-reaching influence on the future of athletics., A swimming pool, modern in every detail and lacking nothing for the convenience of students was opened in September. Seating 1500 around two of its sides, the pool was much used dur- ing the season, the Intercollegiate championships and the National Collegiate championships having been held there. ' Adjacent to the swimming pool, the new Sydney Emlen Hutchinson gymnasium was opened shortly after the University convened for the fall session. ln addition to a much larger gym- nasium than Weightman Hall possessed, the different minor sports received quarters much larger and with more conveniences than they formerly had. The office of the Council on Athletics, which for several years was located at 3301 Walnut Street, was moved during the Summer of 1927 to the north wing of Weightman Hall. More commodious quarters are provided for the handling of the vast amount of business necessary to conduct fifteen sports. Each major sport has an office of its own while the minor sports have a large office for their use. During the year additions were made to the University's family of coaches. Russell "Rusty,, Callow, fresh from his triumphs at the University of Washington, became head crew coach, while William S. Merriam, from the mid-west became head coach of swimming. Pennsylvania does not have to bow to any college in the country in its coaching staff. Con- sider the following, Lou Young, football, Ed McNichol, basketball, Dr. Walter Cariss, base- ball, Douglas Stewart and Dave Bould, soccer, Lawson Robertson, track, ,Bunny Servais, wrestf ling, George Decker, boxing, Archie MacFarlane, lacrosse, ,lack Hendricks, tennis, Lenardo Terrone, fencing, and the aforementioned Callow and Merriam. These coaches produced a great number of the outstanding players in various sports dur- ing the college year. ln football, Ed. Hake was named on the Associated Press All-American, John Smith was one of the tackles on Grantland Rice's All-American, and Paul Scull, Paul Murphy, John Shober and others received honorable mention. Paul Scull was selected by the Veteran Athletes of Philadelphia as the most valuable football player of the season. In Basketball Pennsylvania not only won the championship but produced the player to break the long standing intercollegiate scoring record. Joie Schaaf established a new record of 125 points for a season, twenty-six points better than the old mark. Only four field goals separated Schaaf from the all time field goal scoring record of the league. Add to those achievements the winning of the septathlon track and field championships by Barney Berlinger, a freshman. The yearling not only was adjudged the champion but he performed the feat of winning the seven event program from such outstanding performers as Harold Osborne, the Olympic decathlon champion, Fait Elkins, national decathlon titleholder, and Toney Plansky and Emerson Norton. former Georgetown luminaries. Pennsylvania ranks high in intercollegiate athletic circles as it does in scholastic circles. Good coaches, excellent equipment, modern quarters, and a policy of liberality in all sports have contributed to a seat among the mighty in athletics. . H -- W -A - - gi: 1 '- 1 f- f G ff --'- Y g-f-f ffli-we rfwrf' f'fET.'v1? 7? V Y E 1 "' ,-fi' vs., ' '- fJ9L:4'f:L'n.154-:Qi P", 'c.5JlQ5!Q1.f:eLf4h.!4'2-2 .N .f ,132 . -.f....H..f.-.1--E. ' --1H'f-1'-""2'fr fi 1 X' 'iraq 4 V' . . vi---ff":.1T.3'v ',,-,- Thi- f- ' say- Q. , 1 . . Y lg.. -. - I . 5 . L, , . ' ' 4, . V 1. ., , 'zfff' .Q - . .'. 1' f.. " 2 . H Y -.VJ 'J' -- ' .Q-.g':..4:.f .,. f f il -11 A., nli,::::T.,g..,, nn., ,nrn 11.11, ,.,, , .... 1: in-gig, tn,..-'.nc..l:.....,an.:::.:r-.,,5.,,.-.,.g. Minn- Page Two Hundred and Fifty-six ,-X 1 ' gl A ' Pei Hif' f .I 'f g-.fb ' ' 41.111 Yhqlify .lj 1 ' N 55 x A 1.54, X-'xX1 ,'S1Ymm.':Nx s 1- -N J," ' X4 vit " '?sj21f,f',f!-2' - NA Hx, - yi? ff 1 E .... sg W -+A X, Fw "f JW! x f X fix N ak Nl '. ' Q W ' W Q I 5 fs H 1 . - X. - yy ll- I Q ' :V is N33-T4 JT. ' . X fx 'F x JM? 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Q Q X, X -1 - - . xx ' R- " A ,,- ,ugtagfl-A XS" f , I :mketch I2 , .ff "' 0 . 1 The MA LO RTS 5 . lillh ' PANORAMIC VIEW OF FRANKLIN FIELD PA FOR THE CORNELL-PENNSYLVANIA GAME i,,,A, 'T 'A '. . , A ,4 qI"'E?IfT,- I"T, F" K' ' , N- JM., , .11- I 4 X "f .7 J r I H Y , ,L ,A Q .v . , .. V. , J A wwf Hw1,.,, Y Nb FN . KY. 5 ly, -ik - ,,.- ..,,.L.-'...Q,e.-.,1gL-,.YQ f fa. Sf, I, Vgwrim r.,.gixg', t, WW' CAPTAIN 4'Ecl.,, HAKE x lx W1 X ,,.V Qi 11' 'J X ' F x ' x K M Hz fbi' :UX5 . My wi ,,,,l ,AVE TF?- JN My! , :N K, lulyn .mb J! 'I' E A xg :WY- ,ff ,X . .TY t ., .N n N 'JN ff. S, ffl! ll A I l3Q'fLQ g Vx W ff Q 'gm y. v" , . n WDP klcilxx, f- , Vu ' 'ffijn M, YQ. W' Qgsf 'iii ' ' 'I lQ,',m1 xm WF ,,-, 'Vg ,L f 6,1 7 ,-, 1, J, ny--. 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Y ' Page Two Hundred and Sixty The following week brought Brown Universityls famous eleven Iron Men 'L ' ' - 'lr ' f .--- ' fm? - E - -- . ff- 1 ' 369 . - . M oo a .2 uh 'N lx, ' xv .l lf sf, A ' -3 5 - .. n- e-4l Q V nl- , OUR years ago the class of 1928 started on its way to football history. On that Freshman Team of 1924 were men destined to become stars in later years. The season was a successful one, and prominent among those who helped to make it so were "Edu Hake, Folwell Scull, MAP, Wascolonis, G. F. Sanford, .Jim McGinnis and Miller Moore. Since then the same men have gone steadily forward doing good work and earning their places in Penn- sylvania s Hall of Fame. For the season of 1927 tl1e coaches welded together a team with a powerful and deceptive attack, the famed 'chidden ballx offense that was so mystifying to our opponents of. the year before when the Four Magicians" amassed a total ' Q of 204 points against formidable teams. The season began with Franklin and Marshall as our first opponent. Al- ',,,V gu though the day was more suited to a Fourth of July baseball game, 45,000 people, an opening day record, melted through the tumstiles to watch Captain Hake and his huskies run up a huge score. Before many minutes of the first quarter had elapsed there was a touchdown scored by Pennsylvania and then Captain Hake tackled'Chapel to force a safety. The score was 8 to 0 then, and remained so until the final whistle, much to the surprise of the sweltering spectators. fp It was in our next game that Pennsylvania got the Hhidden balln trick ei' working effectively and thirty-three points were run up to nothing for Swarth- more despite a mid-summer temperature of eighty-eight. Manager Gates who had been undefeated since the 1925 season, having been standing team of 1926. The Tron Men averaged much heavier than Captain Hake and l1is teammates but were unable to hold our elusive backs and Penn- sylvania won, two touchdowns to one. Penn State visited us next, eager to win over our team as they had not done since 1923. Pennsylvania was clearly outplayed and lost the services of four good men who were injured in State's surprising 20 to 0 victory. It was now our turn to visit a foreign gridiron. Several special trainloads of rooters accompanied the Varsity to Chicago to meet Alonzo Stagg's eleven. Pennsylvania fully expected to win this game though the bench was lined with players injured in the State game. To the great surprise of the Pennsylvania cheering section, Chicago gained their first victory against us in a six game se- ries, 13 to 7. Two unexpected defeats in succession stunned everyone. In the next game the Navy, smarting under a Notre Dame defeat, secured revenge for their 1922 defeat, 12 to 6. The entire First Class accompanied the Middy Team from Annapolis. F. Scull did his part for the class of 1928 by running twenty-two yards for our only score. On the following Saturday when our great band marched out on Franklin Field playing a'Auld Lang Synel' it symbolized the renewing of relations with Harvard after a lapse of twenty-two years. With our Varsity line-up intact for the first time since the State game, we proceeded to hide the ball effectively from Hlohnny Harvard" and scored 24 'points to none for the Crimson. Captain Hake scored one of our touchdowns. the East's out- The Columbia game was won 27-0 with the Class of 1928 doing most of Coach the work. Vlfascolonis starred with long runs, great line-bucking and two ffLou,: young Qs 9 as --'fs f 1 SQ 1 lf' 435 f ' 47'4'Q25fl'ifl55.m . H H ,. .V ,rf I -,V 1- 47 .L gf ip: in Al! 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From the start of the Ligfalli game tlle an was filled with forward passes and in the final accounting thirty-eight passes had R been thrown by Penn backs, fifteen of which were completed for a 'total of 328 yards. All our ZEXQQ scoring was done in the first half and the game ended as the half had 35-0 in favor of the Red I and Blue warriors. Immediately after the game it was announced from the team's dressing 1' rooms that Paul Scull, our all-around star, had been chosen to pilot the team through next year's ,' campaign. Kg .f WN . . it For a week after their great victory over Cornell the team was allowed to rest and read ' If ,A all of the All-American teams that were filling the newspapers. Grantland Rice's All-Ameri- t I "f f 411545 'QL 1 . W ll I W . I I :iv tp 'ggi y .l li .1 T 4 Q 'gr - -. 1 I J USB wg 1 ' ul.-l' ' 'QE 'A Je' I9 - 9. I P-'Ha get T ,Qi -, I -rg Y ,W f 'QQ I- " I f't :T McGinnis Darby Wascolonis Fl ,f t '1 X 2. 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Others to be honored by the va- 1 ll rious sport-Writers on All-American teams were Paul Scull for his all-around ability, Paul ,X Eli, Murphy for his great Work at halfback, and John Shober for his competency at quarter. X. "K On the seventeenth of December the Varsity entrained for the Pacific Coast, there to battle QQQS5 the University of California Bears on December 31st. A Memorial Bench was unveiled pre- ' ' vw vious to the game for Andy Smith, coach of the California eleven that defeated Pennsylvania 'Q i 14 to 0 in 1925, our otherwise undefeated season. Smith was a former coach and player at 1 y Pennsylvania. This year's game also went to ,the Bears and by the score of 27-13. This game ,Qing i f closed the collegiate football careers of many of our classmates-Hake, Wascolonis, F. Scull. 4 ,5 Lenzner, McGinnis, Sanford, Downey, Moore, Hoffman and Darby. It was 1928's last football ffl 0' 5 game as undergraduates, but the class can be relied on to be in the stands next fall and in the p if years to come, ready to lend its cheers for the continued glory of Pennsylvania. A .7444 I l g is 1 as 1 " FW l si' KT 2,- a il -Q2 i 1 Qtr! . U' 1 'Fit' 5 'E W 'tr "gif 1, . . to fn l W f 'fa f r : '? '- R3 ' hy 1 .41 'Va ff m . Tztzel , Kashowilz 4 li 'ff .Lf ! 1 jfs ' " ' Y..Y . Y Y. - 5 V M ,QR T311---Y--I-AW----My-ff-giig-571331151::t1i,":::1-LiillflQ ' -V-C 4 - -V - - V V. W- 5. T.. 1 -+95 '7'f""' " Tf'i7xT'Fs4'T e..' W 1 tlll I is H at -:WI if Um"kft. 'iw' -'si ir- 1 P 'F fl 1 1' U lx l W lit L 1 L-P .ip of ,r 'L , lil .t ' "' , 9' ' "" " "A"-er-'fe-ef '-'j ' ' A" '-LJ t'-ro" no "" Jtffflt, jNf!L""'."'11gnL' ,egg o"' 1. -H gfflf 'lritii " A' "ng J Page Two Hundred and Sixty-three 1 1 , x I y Q X y . x,., I , W pw ty, .MJ . , 1 , . 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G, . if A GJ? r j 1 7 1 WALL' 1 H ' Hin - 2.4 kv EIB: fame! 43,92-f 9 'I If 54-gl 1636 I zR"vh,a1 aj, J, A f"i ED! f J 137' 5 Pzvlvjft , xx mix .fx ,I NWS. I-K. lx if if I .ESEEFW J : ,E . 'Q 1-C W i 2. ,B LQ? F YA ix A .Fil A J mv. liflflij I fir f, M FEE , ' 1 JT? P Football Chronicle . fi I' IJ .1 Captain ..... ...... E DWARD W. HAKE All Manager. . . ........ THOMAS S. GATES, JR. Associate Manager ........ IRVING R. STEVENS 1 Assistant Managers ..... JOHN E. BARNES and GEORGE C. BOWKER LETTER MEN 3. EDWARD W. lllAKE, Tackle MAIITIN BRILL, Halfback ALFRED WTASCOLONIS, Fullback MURRAY FORBES, JR., Halfback jg-'5gjQQ' F OLWELL SCULL, JR., End WALTER W. MAGAI, Guard f'iR.2fU' JOIIN H. SMITH, Tackle JOHN L. UTZ, Guard fri ' PAUL MURPI-IY, Halfback JOSEPH OLEXY, Center 1 ' I PAUL SGULL, Halfback WALTER E. HOFFMAN, Guard lggiigg JOSEPH LENZNER, End FRANK P. MULLIGAN, Halfback 1 G. FOSTER SANFORD, JR., End CHARLES URBAN, Guard . wx ,V I' JAMES J. MCGINNIS, Guard ALFRED RA'1'0WSKY, Halfback 9,I,s,ffaI 1 4 3.2.15 WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, Tackle RALPH MONK, Guard LEON WESTGATE, Center WALTER G. PINE, Halfback JOHN J. SHOBER, Quarterback GRANVILLE CARRELL, Halfback MILI.ER MOORE, End WILLIAM SULLIVAN, End H,AROLD M. DARBY, Center MORY W. SCI-IANIMAN, End MOR1' H. WILNER, Quarterback D. C. ROSENBLOOM, Halfback ROBERT SCHNEIDER, Guard ARNOLD M. ICASHOWITZ, Guard S. EUGENE TCUEN, JR., Tackle JOHN BALL, End COACHES Head Coach, LOUIS A. YOUNG Freshman Coaches, AL LANGDON Line Coach, LUD WRAY Backfield Coach, BERT BELL FRANK DEWHIRST Scrub Coach, POSS MILLER Assistant Line Coach, CARL THOMAS Team Physician, DR. ARTHUR B. LIGHT Oct. JACK BUTLER SCHEDULE Sept. 24 Franklin S1 Marshall .... 1 Swarthmore .......... 18 Brown ...... 15 Penn State .. 22 Chicago .. 29 Navy ..... Nov. 5 Harvard 12 Columbia 24- Cornell ..... Dec. 31 California Totals ............ .......................... 1 67 Varsity Opponent . . 8 0 0 U33 ..14 7 .. 0 20 13 .. 7 .. 6 12 U24 0 ..27 0 H35 0 ...13 27 Won-6. Tied-0. Lost-4. All games played on Franklin Field except Chicago, which was played in Chicago, Illinois, and California, which was played at Berkeley. ...-, ,,.I,,.,..g, . .....f.....,,- Page Two Hundred and Sixty-five E J xf'.',-71 In 'emu J MI. al wliffj ' nfl 1 EEC? I 1, M551 1 1355.9 ' L .... I ,L WDW J' I V531 1 Q. J 13355 I- 3 7 f MQ .7 'gejiy MDV V7 NL' . ' QA rx 1119 ' CNP. H L. 3 49.1, I gg F 511. ' I 'YWFHI 55151 If 'Y I . ' vw: :wigs J pjjfi uf ' ..' X .NJ L ' 4521.1 . 'vifrif-" I yv J 'il 12.1 1 I ' BTC ., V, , R Fila .1 x gm- , ,N,,,,,,wg ,, ,w. ,.,. -35 ff-.-... -f .2-Mm .. F... hw- if C 8 R 1f:.fM:wQ1iFfmmif5gJ,u,QX T T1 e I J 2 E C O R D Af--4 I V if , l Q' X '79-A 57-2? 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The cup was awarded .,' f to Pennsylvania for the greatest number of victories in it :3-'ir 1 , 5 1 ,Q Q, 'fi the Old League. - do l Under the new regime of the Intercollegiate Soccer 4 if . Football Association of America, the Red and Blue has .Q7!!f' V' 'A ' iff " ,X ' rf'.lil.:5l -1522? " not made an enviable record as yet, but only two years if f-. ,Q gr- - ,:, . . . . -' Lyji L- ' have passed since 11S inauguration and the prospects are f becoming brighter and brighter with the influx of more irq."-1 , , . - 1y3r,f'f' .wow . i f - .. fi. f ww 1 e 1 experienced players from among the fi eshmen. ,,,.,,y,f, T- , f . . . . QF?" if 5 The season opened rather mauspiciously with a loss A - ti, to the Montclair Field Club at 4-1. However, the team yu, jig 2 - , . . . M553 'ggggxlg '-" " -W returned w1th the fighting spirit to avenge the defeat of lik-ffm, aryl f '-.1 2251 '., -1-f i ' s. .tig- . . ... last vear and severely trounced the Crescent A. C. by 6-1. .f This was an unexpected but well-deserved victory. Then HM5' ! . 7. ffiyjgii Manager McDowell followed two defeats at the hands of Navy and Penn State 'inf' -tl ' ' i 39,4 "'- H. in which games the Red and Blue booters seemed to go to , X 'log A' . , . . rf mag! pieces in the face of severe opposition. On the day of s..,j 1 . H "'i'1fl': the Harvard football game here, the Pennsylvania Soccer UK ' fry -3151, 13532, J Team won a closely contested match from the Harvard ' . . . . i an Vg contlngent by a score of 1-0 by taking advantage of their 5.5 at -:sp . . 'ff gfelxjfgig,-1 opportunities. 1 - - '17,--of 5-2554, Haverford succeeded 1n taking the glory out of a well .:,.,:3' f . . . . v'-A A1 played Pennsylvanla victory by tying the score 3-3 1n the . A - - V' 4' ,QA Q closing seconds of the contest. Then the Princeton repre- 4 4. ' . . . . . . L?"1X' sentatives with their overwhelming skill and experience. ?'51 which later gained them the Championship, gave the il 55, 4 Varsity a serious setback when the game ended 8-0 for H. ' ' . . . . H 5' ,p f the Princetoman Tigers. The redeeming feature of the . 4 ' season was the final game with Cornell which was a repeti- tion of last year in that Pennsylvania emerged victorious gf 1 and led their rivals by the score of 4-1. ' C' 4K-Vg . . 1 -,ww The coaches were greatly handicapped from the begin- fs' y n1ng by the lack of experienced players, owing to the My 1 graduation a11d ineligibility of the 1926 team. West and S9 e, Lazarus were the lone holdovers from the season before, Coach Slew,-, g P55 ' I . fp , f . ' .if a ' . fx Il i "' J- K iO ' E'VWJb,, X . f-A537 ,Y ,L L?-:gi tied.. EV.. ., ,..,.........,. ....,...,,. ,........, ....... . . , .......,....... f- .,............. ..... ...., E ..,... ..,., T-rn-mv-fn--n1Tv1'frwro-m-rn-fm-N.-, kr . 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Witli these men as the nucleus, Coaches Stewart and Gould moulded the 1927 team, looking to the future when other teams would be called on to represent the University. The outstanding player of the current season was MBob,' Lingelbach, captain-elect for the campaign of 1928-29, who was picked for a position on the Intercollegiate team. The main source of material for the 'future teams is the Freshmen who have learned the rudirnents of soccer in their secondary schools. The Interscholastic Soccer Tournament has been promoted since the year 19241 for the obvious purpose of encouraging schools in the vicinity to engage in a series of competitive contests and to show them the fa- cilities for the playing of soccer at Pennsylvania. This task for the past year was handled by Richard L. Hunter, the Associate Manager, in a most efficient manner. ,T ack J. McDowell, the Manager, directed the efforts of the Varsity, the .1 unior-Varsity, and the four other teams that were always to be found playing down on River Field. The Head Coach, Douglas Stewart, is the leading authority on soccer in this country and Pennsylvania is proud to have so capable a one at the helm of this great sport. Stewart has an able assistant in uDavey" Gould, a veteran of seasons past. 'GCy7' Davis, a member of the 1924 Olympic Team, has been obtained to aid the coaching staff in their great Work. With the advantages accruing from a wonderful Freshman Team and an exceptionally fine J-V Team, the prospects for the coming years are exceedingly bright and more can be expected in the 'future than has been the case in the recent past. 1 , H1 1 'I1A?gy11,1,' 1 gf' ,' 1 11- 1 11 Eu! 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V' ,A H my 1 A I lfgj QF' 3 f3i5iQQ 7-el! . :QQ Y 5 fixxibxf Q 8 In 'Q F5 .pf u f 1' 5 E5 i "W 1 f 1 'fy A A 5 f W ' .,! gr x- W .1-. feds uv Of, k .gag 7 kr' If " 5 ,U A E 1' 'M 11 .iqxsglyjl pf f-,W-' 3, xl 1, -,gm ,- ,.,, gy I f 'LQ3'i F W K gm 3511 Y- i , QU R057 " n U.fi'r.57 iff'-12712 I YV.-515 1 k'.X'Tzl4, I x' 5? 1 L j H51 1g'?'7ii5 W2 'H .1 1 2 WA EE, 5'-vw jug, if 1 '19 mi I .4 U32 E I . P'- i 1 xii! A - , - v dit, Q , , Tslffimgugmmwmmggw ff . A lb I I rvx vx u my , 2 0' VNV Qin' f 9 BJ 0. fi ' I' W ' 'fi Eu ? X Y 'Q' L.. ! 5 T9 ips, 1 Qu lr' Q K3 , Q- 'LQ ff: f 3 ' . SSP , X - Q: 1, .AA,.., ,, A,,4A, , ...,... .,, .,..,.,,,., ,., ,,.., ,I ..,, ,......, . .... ..,,... . . HUNIVERSITY IA 20-7 -PQ? . ..... .L ..A. A ,.., , ..... ., ...,.. L .V.. ...... ,?..:.v .... 23.1. i I. -5 r Q , e ', ,mg . . I 1' lf 9' T 9' , yn. :ZR . r 'hi 5. A ' 'V I K . 1 2 " ls . rl ' Q Soccer Chronicle Head Coach .............................. DOUGLAS STEWART Assistant Coaches. . .... DAVID L. GOULD IRVING C. DAVIS Manager ......... .... J ACK J. MCDOWELL V Assistant Managers. .. .... SEWARD H. FRENCH ANDRE C. VAUCLAIN Captain .... . . ..... GERALD B. WEST TEAM Goal, MATTHEWS , ' l , F . .4'v K Q' Ii N. '. ev. ug r Ji: SQ' 5: - I 3 T gf? 5. N ag' if . , T A A ,JM Right Fallback, HRUSLINSICI .g yy y Q25 HT Left F ullbach, LINGLEBACH 1 Right Haljffliack, E. REDINGTON A 'A 5 Center H alfback, WEST 1, ' V 9 Left Halfback, GOODELL l a Outside Right, LAZARUS X Inside Ri ht, VOLLMER H R' ii 1. ef- 1 g - Center Forward, HOUGHTON 5, K JI. T 7 T Inside Left, MINCHER ' Ek i fi Outside Left, H. REDINGTON 's q . "' C.. 5.3 A SCHEDULE Gym ' lf? :AT Varsity Opponents I Montclair F. C. .... . . 1 4 , Crescent A. C. ...... . . 6 1 'bil- U. S. Naval Academy .... . . 0 3 Q lggq y Penn State College . . . . 1 7 fifx . ' 7 Harvard University . . . . . 1 0 Q. g. cgi, ' Haverford College .... . . 3 3 .Fila f-A ' 'J Alf Princeton University A .... . . 0 8 l T A ' Qt R Cornell University .... . . 4 1 ' 'T USS. 1 I L f gg, A Q6 S4 W ' 'Li V Q99 Qx f ' L V r fulljhk ,HV Y V Vi if i Y , , - ' W :x mvam,x1s2 ma.w. .a:4.aMszf. avi. .ra.-.mwaa .es Ev ans fgf lkbbxbhixvf. 1' '.w 1v1.x4 Av. H vm f l .-... ,. ., . ,... .. .,........................-f-.,. ........, , - .... W... ....-................ ,. .... --.-. . .........---... ... A '.-A-Wm.. ..... nm-nr ........,1......, 'rrrrvfrmvrrn -.-..,..........-' ,.....,.,...,,,. ...-. . V ....... Hun. 32"-E-'I ,T UNIVERSITY O ENNSYLVANIA ..,..., ,,,,, ,...,...,.,,., , ..,....,...... . T ...A i ..,.,,! ,,,,,, .,.. . j ,.,,. ...... -... .... . .... .. ....... ,.., A ...... ,L ...., Ll. ........ i..Y ........ --A-LA Page Two Hundred and Seventy-one Th Q 1 9 2 8 R EC 0 RD I I IE ' I " ' E E E E Eb' ' "V,.,.1' lx- H, -In ,. 1 I II ,E I z Ffifjwa' I? 1 .IQ 9 t JV. 'Q I G9 ey' I :,. 'QV IL , I . ' , I . hw J I 2' Gi' ff ' . 1 '14 I ef? 14, ' ' I W , I ' I I, I f m If K 9,5 NI 2 I 1 I a H 6? :WN - I , . I H ? fir UQ '. vf- 5 'QI Q T T, 1 2. 'faq OH' I' I ,, 'i 25 .14 I ng 'QQ IF E W D, an I YRS 4. CAPTAIN EUGENE JOSEPH CONNELL I 3' 9 I IE ' 'N .L gi r As '? ,Q K p E A 'av' 9 I f "? ,MW , 'Q 3' f ' F -G xp ' 'f f E E E E W2 EE -I E E ' I 1 E ,EN Q I rv nv ng E v ,g,ywv E ' ' '--- -'--- "-' H '-----'- 4'-- '----f-'---"'---'-- '----'--f--- 1 V fnmfzr ....,. mf-mf ..,...w. 11 ...-. fm-n-rrn.,1..n..T,,,e ..,..,.... nv .,,... ...........,-f . EUNIVERSITYU ? IELFJIXIS-YLVANIA , L- ..,.. I, .. .,,,.. ,4.,.... 3. ..,....v , Y...., . ..... i ....,.. , ...- . ., A...f...V.-. ,---- , Hur- i.iM1,.Lv.y:..Y.:V.,, .... ....,,,... ..... ..... . ,... . . ,L .......,..... ....,........,...,....ig,.Vl Page Two Hundred and Seventy-two .nl ,hw I X 11, , . W Ki, -, W 4 Ji- 4,1 V W: -A-S -I - Nqgfma ,mn-.,. , . .v-:und , ,.,. 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' - .V + 'LV " at 1 ' 1 ' " 7 fi rl I 4 y . , -,L V , ., . . , N lilvrfi WG their 1595715 R051 ECTS for a successful season were far from alluring when the first call was issued for the "mf: ' ' ill?-ff basketball squad at the beginning of the 1927-1928 .3 Y . . ,J XXESFQSM season. In view of the particularly hard schedule 'la 'W . . iff- 7 planned for the season's campaign and the mediocre il lip ,Q " . ' 1 TFQKX. play evidenced in the first game of the year, only the lfiif A - . 1 . . . ll ' fxvit 'Mill' fighting spirit so characteristic of the Red and Blue fi F - 7 l v-raft fllffpfig teams of the past could have enabled this year s team 11 "3f!f3,!ll - - 'Vigil "V: ii' to emerge victorious. . . . J 4221 i,j,,?gj5kQ,E In spite of all the handicaps imposed from the very ,KMA 5 . . A . .l R- bevinnin the basketball team of the Class of 1928 did Tl t D gl e P:-,eff-. ,gg close the league season in a tie for first place with ,5iQf5!Q s . . . fljggmy Princeton. Then, 1n the play-off on March 20th in the l5f,Y2g,2F '3 fl . frjf Qyfii' ,,':3tf crowded Palestra, the team proved 1tS real mettle. When QQ 11525, C,tf'Y'?iQV . . . U-Q the final whistle was blown, a two polnt margin gave Manager Hennessey Pennsylvania her first League Championship in seven 2 years,-and seventh in the Un1vers1ty's history. The playoff game will long remain in the memories of all those who attended it, yet the first inkling of what . . - . . . if i was to come was given in the Michigan and Ohio State 4 1 games just as the season was getting under way. The ,X 1 " 'fi Q - rllfrliz 1 gy, Navy game played at Annapolis shortly afterwards it 1- 'i 521 ,g'q served to strengthen 'the confidence of the team's sup- wlijigtfy Q orters, and after the victor over Princeton at Prince- 7' I A Y -531 ton and the real teamwork exhibited there, the final 1 outcome of the race for the League cup was made clearly evident to Pennsylvania men. Hopes for an immediate victory were dashed in the Jlqggy very last game of the regular season by the defeat on 1 ,wgffiil 4 ' . Q- my March 10th at the hands of P1'1IlC6t0Il. Ten days of rest, however, worked wonders with the morale of the team as a whole, so that the quintet came from behind V Q jg in the extra-season struggle to break the existing tie for fflllxy the Championship and to bring the League Cup to C,,,,C1, MCN,C1,,,1 iii?-, ' :rl-'i " Q 1 U ll , V - . i - - - - - Y. ', W' ' 1fQ,-,4':7?E',-f-9,511 r :"::.:' "Lit:-1--A ' " i V ' i-.., ,,,,,, E , ,, J- V . .,,.,. ,,f-v,,-,, , a,-.,-,1.,,,.-+.1,1,..-.r-V.-,lf ,,-M,--.-.v.T.YEEvi-, q.....,Y 6j.,,.V,,,,,g,,.,,,..,-.,,,l,,r,..,,.,TT ...,,Y 3 77.5, -,.v,l ,,.,m,!,, , ,,,,,.,,.,,. , ,, l 5 Q 'f 1 .- 1 , f--.R -mx 'f 1,-E .L .W jf . -,- -Q -- 'hir q- .3 .. , 2 X. 1 'J N I V' E 'Et 3 t 't tr U Ml! to Ia ta S 1, ttf rl 1 1 5-f i- V, . , ,- ..,, . , . ,.. . ,. ,a-.....11.,.,,,.-.1.,.. .,,, 5195: I afgflfk.. .,.,., .114-W , , ' PM , H Mb- K ., ll Page Two Hundred and Severity-three .. l- . 1 -- my , O, -4 A x' --v 'it'jf'j"j-5g?g1+"'r"433.T-Vi P '- , .T , P it i-faf---- -,-,- 1 4- if WM-VVPVMNVM P MER A 3 R Pennsylvania. A glance at the statistics for the season 'if reveals the fact that all games played away from the x P A Palestra resulted in victories for the squad. Twenty- 4 VV 31, two of the twenty-seven games played, including the "5"""A"ll'f' play-off, during the whole season were likewise vic- Q ,V L ,Q . tories. Four of the five defeats chalked up against the H25 V record were lost by an average margin of one and three- l H' f 3 quarter points. p f P if in uloew Schaaf was undoubtedly the outstanding play- f 3f,f,f er of the squad. This was true both of his floor ability i , and of his eye for the basket. He was considered as ' p Q I the season's best forward in the East, breaking the indi- if vidual scoring record for the Eastern Intercollegiate it 'yt M IAYMI League with a season total of 327 points, a record F destined to stand for several years. uGene" Connell i"a Ciwfiiiifm proved himself an able floor general throughout the ' ll't iff season. His consistent floorwork, coupled with an ability to score at critical times, did much to aid the team's success. MMonty" Chapman and Harvey Matthews, who have also worn the Red and Blue jerseys for the last time, will leave gapsiin the Varsity 'lineup difficult to au. K MSmitty" Lukaswitz, the real pivot of the attack in the final Prince- V ton game, is the last of the quartet , furnished the Basketball team by the ,lflfgf Class of 1928. Prospects for the coming year, how- by ever, seem bright in spite of the loss of fff lix these four lettermen. The vacancies on it the Varsity squad occasioned by their graduation will be filled by men coming up from the Junior-Varsity and Fresh- man teams, both of which have also Vat K- X wound up highly successful campaigns , from every standpoint. The Junior- q W 3 if i ig, Varsity finished a hard schedule of four- V774 pqlpq rvi i teen games with but two defeats, while f 5 ' ,gh l the Freshmen emerged victorious in ten t 4 iiiz t1'i ' gf their thirteen encounters during the tyliii 333, Luka-Ywitz past Winter- Matthews H ,Qi i i V9-fi if f M 'X smqbgtwat V , -v up , mg,-5ff ?giii?jX3P1-t T -- fi i-"ii Pwmkif - as - ll ,.,...,,,, ., ., f. ,..,,,,, aqgtigift ppg rv rg Aa s t fr if o La is N 33 sr it v A N i can x- t g ,.,,.. ..,., ,..,.. K 14 ,,,,.,,, up ,.,,, ,..t,, .,,, .,..,, I ..,. , ..., Q Page Two Hundred and Seventy-four T---rfuvn-1:-W-I-A-wp.-rI.-,.I.r.IIf.rvf-...,r.rr-rap...Ianrfmnn-.I " I ' A.. -Q -. - ,-., in ,Q FV - ww ,. . , '- 7? 57:-I ,f' I , A L ,.. .. :I-niIn..r1:...I.I.z:...',,II ag ' . "" f r LQ" T W' M 5.5 , ID.. .. It ill? . .. . ----1: .---..- , lgUY-1H.R.0,Ff?FT-LmrF2'rbmi-l'lTLS11LujrLS1lll5 ' A' L , .- 'i I - rx 2 I? ' Q: V 1 I , N - 7, 1 li ZQEYJQ' 4 E191 I 925545 W .7ir.,.IfQVQ if L ,,A. 1 Evkw I 413105 "Pull in I1 f, IJLTIA 1 I Quit! 1' Mrk A UIQ. 351 pI ary 'I ,rf I II 'I"f'7x I :I'K'7-" V .IIN-S , . 'I:1'rEF' - raw? Q4 AI'0 I' A 112113, .A U 5W',f4.I ' uI'3f 'I '.,'f.r.'1r I '714 gli FWFRIYI 'I I WM I' III Wx I ...I , . I ' Ii 'lilfflx l r' "Lf," I! Sif t! I xx ffwzfl 1"El.ii. is ,X .F Captain . Manager. Associate Basketball Manager. . . . . Assistant Managers. . . . . ..EUcENE J. CONNELL EDWARD M. HENNESSY UMARSHALL E. LEWIS VERNON E. DUCKWALI FRANK D. GRAHAM LETTER MEN EUGENE J. CONNELL, Captain JOSEPH G. SCHAAF, Captain Elect C. HA.RVEY MATTHEWS MONTGOMERY W. CHAPMAN A. EDWARD LOBLEY WILLIAM LAZAR JOSEPH F. HARTNETT OLIVER DONALD NOBLE JOHN GREEN BONNIWELL BERTRAM B. OTTO EDWARD M. HENNESSY, Manager WILLIAM J. LUKASWITZ, JR. MARSHALL LEWIS, Associate Manager December 3 10 17 21 31 J anuary 2 7 VARSITY CHRONICLE St. Joseplfs . . Haverford . . . Ursinus ..... 'Michigan . . . Yale ......... 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I 21 Army ........... . . 28 29 ff?5fA. 25 Dickinson ...... . . 33 26 ln '- 1 1.21" 'iflg X 28 Navy ........ . . 26 17 gy' 1 February i 5,?Fa'l.fZ1.f'. 1 II 1 2 S3 ii . ,cg 5 . fr LS 8 Maryland ....... . . 30 26 .RAN .N Q A 11 Cornell-away . . . . . 34 18 13 Columbia-away . . . . . 37 16 JI if I 2 16 Dartmouth ...... . . 29 30 A f ' 18 Harvard ........ . . 36 20 i g fi 22 Cornell ........... . . 28 26 '4 2 , M131 25 Dartmouth-away . . . . . 35 34 ISE' I 29 Swarthmore ....... . . 29 22 . Q' Mardi 3 Columbia ....... .. 34 28 7, frail' 1 ' 7 Yale-away . . . . 39 33 ji? X 13, f 10 Princeton . .. . . 12 29 J 20 Princeton . . . . 24 22 A 'K-X-2 Il 4' League Game. fy Q, 'ill H' Playoff for League Title QQ , . ,A QI' 3 ,I 3: 1 -' left' I F 'F' I ' v A ' ' "" " """'f---" 4-----II- I II -III--'-- A---Iv-mn -I I-f------- A -I ----- ww- ...www --.- Lf -I-rr-Ir.-T-Y rl:-W '- :-.-rj-T QU N I V E EWS I 'E Y N N .S Y L If A AI LAQI -- .I....I ..... ...I ..... . , . ,..l...i ........... ..... , , ,,...., . ..., L.. .,.. ,,I.,..,,,r1,,, J JL-A L. ,I,WAY,,.Y , , ,. ,,A, ,,-, A, ., , 1, ,.,,.,...,n.,,i,,, Page Two Hundred and Seventy-five Y YA., ,A ,,,.,.. .H ,. ,-. -.., -Y A -- 5 A - Q - N 'fi --'-.- ,w.-+-fp-wa--T-H-W-Wtwinf. ,LZ ,WN Cf jj C M I L 4 I PM LA u 9- C 'wg WCM g'?'CMWN ' M-C' C' -"' 'W-N H mm"'C 'WWMAC' .I 'i 91, HJ-' 'W ' .-'mf-N X ,W-,.2l.V. - FTXTFF ,day 3 i.,".Qw1, A XV'- HERBS1' HAR1-NETT BONNIWELL OTTO IOURDET, Advis. Coach E. MCNICI-IOL, Coach NOBLE STRASSBURG DR. HANCOCK, Phys. LEWIS, Assoc. Mgr. IIENNESSEY, Mgr. LUKASNVITZ IVIATTIIEYVS C1LAvM,xN CONNELL, Capt. SCHAAF LAZAR Lonmzv NICVVVILLIAMS, Ass?t, Coach 1928 VARSITY TEAM .Xxx , QKQN 'iq 15 W my , W,-N . 1 ggi f'. I fu'r.xAJ3 I ay! 1, Lu, x N M3259 'lgiaffikxf QR .Mg fc-pax HW-'FJ 1 rvirzl' 1 L.- 1 j"'.F'f5 'Z l".',?'3fjf 1 PFD' ., E " -,51'2?F Q 4f1'g1'5 1 fN-41213 'Q Ulf? ' ' N MVN IMI 1 Q1 al f, ., , 9,51 M5 .f,5fEwff. . ui! 'fwg Y l6',gu,C21-1 , Xi.xX7f'S1 lr ffvl, ,1g.,:3u 1, 3 EAQQ . ,fr I 1f,s'f.'5'-l 3 "iff ,' 0 iggflf. it". ,LQ .. V. jk . , ws. Ill' W U ,X ,XQ .R 2 ,- "J 'FFM5 Y ,. . ,",,3:-:xl 'W' 1 'W 'X' x E 1 f , , .. Ay 1.-sg-.w, 1 "x"f'f' K 15 9 :ff':"'V'JJ ' Imizvu' ., M W Vfl,,'x2Q QQ, 1,3 'lljfzl .X I figbxf ft f J ,QM w f ff W I T-V' u' ft 1 , 3, l fy , ,My X v I fx - 14.79 if f'f'ww?'Ifi M vim f X ,, X,"'.I'1':zfX- X G 75' X15 'f f ,,fg:3'Tf... 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V.'s Opponents 1 13' December 3 St. Joseph S J. V. ..... . . . . . 37 .24 'L ,ggi 12 Penn A. C. ......... .. 29 24 . tw, C4 1, 17 Ursinus .l. V. ....... .. 33 25 5 5 'QQ January 2 U. S. Naval Reserve. .. .. 20 16 S 14 Phila. Textile School .... .. 56 6 1 RY. eip 18 Princeton J. V. ....... .. 22 21 'A 25 Westchester Normal ...,.. . ....... . . 20 24 ,,, 1' 28 N. J. State Normal .................. .. 43 51 February 1 garianco Cllib of gilizabeth, N. J. .... .. 26 24 -.- 4 estchester orma ................. .. 27 22 fflv, 11 Swarthmore J. V. ................ 39 37 1 Q 16 Phila. College of Pharmacy .... .. 33 19 1 -if f 18 Washington Square College .... .. 28 31 . 29 Swarthmore J. V. ........ .,.. . . 53 32 1 Q ' gf, ' ' 1 nw -5, , . .is X 54 Freshmen Chronlele Freshmen Opponents W 5 ,Xp 51 15 ,Q rf' Q 1 Wg W , I 1 l I gf' ' 15 1 l ? 3, 1 l 2. L lk' xi ' i 7 -1 l 1 1 1 11,1 1 1 1. - if . . 119 1-195 - if ff 5931 .QM flip? F' ' 'fmt-I 1 lltggfgxilt ,ss . surf K 1 5515. 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E .Q 1 ef' N . .Q e 2 ag? 1 Qu if ,K W lf! 5 1 il 5 'Z + xl A -if 5' 4 3, . -A4 . .4 1, ,,f..x 4 -A, 3, iify ' X J Swim' 1 19 f 1,4 5 gm?-3, .J , 1 T w 5-X ' r liuxlg ,rv Q 'fvl f -f 5,4- ' " . L, , 4 :11 1 9 M - -fsv, K -' , x xi 525 ' iff, X YQ U5 1' F 1 '. , .Du er a 051 My rf-, . Q'-3 CAPTAIN J. FOLWELL SCULL, JR. v M- vas' w Q: . Q iff ,Ulm f Y? -'N QM 1 Q. .L P wig uk' ,G eff 5. , I 'ny Ni... l ki A - - A : ' IUQ v g g A , 1 1- W Y 'Y' ,U Y . GN U U IU IY QQ L - W i AWX G TV E ..., fniw, ,. .....,.,,,,,,.. ,,,.,, ,,.,.,..,.,.,,,,,, , , ,,.Y,,,,,., , .,,,,.A,,,,,,,,,,,,...,. ,,......,,,,.. E ,,,,,4,,,,, ,J ,,.4,,,, 5 ,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, 7 4,,,,, ,.,, V ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,...,,,,., .....,..., ,.,.. . . . hum 1 VER s 1 TY G E ENN S YLVANIA J, ,.,.,, ,, ,,.,.. ..... . ,L . .,,.. , ....,, , .,,:,.... . .....,., .,,... . . ,..... . 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INCE track is one of the late, but extremely important sports of the season, it is necessary for us first to record the results of the out- door season of 1927. Unfortunately, the men who have been wearing the Mspiked shoe" to uphold the honor of Pennsylvania have not been very successful in their efforts. But they have tried, they have done their best and are therefore deserving of all the recognition we are able to give them. The first real competition of the season was indulged in on April 23, 1927, at which time every man on the squad had a chance, in the Annual Spring Handicap Track and Field Meet, to prove to Coach Robertson that he belonged on the squad. The enthusiasm which prevailed at these contests was enough in itself to warrant their continuance. Following this, on the 29th and 30th of April was the great Penn- R 'ffT-lf. ,. ,,x,. .W sylvania Relay Carnival,-the 33rd edition. Our athletes immediately . i,p I put Pennsylvania on the front page of all newspapers with the an- 1Vlww5e1'D01Lglas nouncement that a team composed of Folwell Scull, MacDonald, Tuxill cnfgggi, and Lowy had tied the world's record in the One-quarter Mile College ti't l'f225-525 Relay Championship Race in the time of 41 6-10 seconds. 1n the final fri- 1 . . . . . , heat of the One-half Mile Relay, Pennsylvania tied for third place with Mar land. Then a team com osed of Freshmen Buch, Davies Kastler 4 .,'r WE 11" l Y P 9 1 Al' fi-PIE and McLaughlin took second place in the One-mile Freshman Relay TTY. . 5 event. The 480 Yards Shuttle Hurdle Relay event, always an interest- .V it ' . . . E 1ng race, was closely contended, and resulted in a victory for our titled R' ' A' 1, . . . - . . . . Wifi!" visitors from Cambridge University, Yale and Pennsylvania, respective- . . . . 1 'rw' ly, following. This team was composed of McCoy, Satinsky, Tobiessen Q 'F . ' . . ':'i'. lla? and Franks. 1n a special Hop, Step and .lump event, Pennsylvania again tifffrif ff' lj came to the front in the person of Benjamin Moore, who did 45 feet, t ' - . X 'L ll 8 1 4, inches fr 7 , 'Q 'X JD The first dual meet of the season was engaged 1n on the seventh lxfcji y of May, 1927, with Dartmouth, at Memorial Field, Hanover. Although V J ti there were no exceptional performances on either side, the meet was if closely contested, resulting in a victory for Dartmouth, 72 1-3 to 62 2-3. ,E ,QP rg 1 One week later, on Franklin Field, we bowed to Cornell to the score Com, R,,be,,8,,,, Pi' at -- 111-QM .A - 1 . . 4,-S..- .ig J4. --11" ,...-..,..,- ,-. ,.,. an -W E-Af3'95f3T:ffEf1,E.:ifF" Hifi' ' " 4g.f7if.Q..-Q,, 3T1:T'5j1' T'-Fi' Tgififr, r Q ..t' E.-ffijf fi W ff7f'Tf..'Him' 'f" 'f wfw ffl " .. , . Q ' 7 U N l V FL- if 4 Q -1 nf - if-7 - .. PZ'-lifi-f3i4"k'u""'"""""'k'Q""Zi""" "" """L't' 'M"4ii1i "AA"A "" "'v""'-""'-H"-"vt1f""7:1:'-:W '-" -" ""' 1g11T-1"'1L4 Q1jl.1'fQQ-, Page Two Hundred and Seventy-nine 1 ' ' ' " N J I Y , . YYY- I ' I ., llf'i,fi. ,,,,,,,,, ' ' -Q-V-Q f - - 4, , H" - - iixfg ja, 1L""""'Lg V 'X ' ' x"' A ' , K . ' 1 . L 1 ,, Q Lfff 1 :LJ Is ,f Pi if lMfi"Ml.iFlIlHfHUIn1VItUEilQHW,n'U?IEt of 79 to 56. The weakness of our team in this 1neet, as well as i11 the if meet with Dartmouth, seemed to be in the pole vault, Javelin throw and hammer throw. Our strongest events were principally the shot put and discus, in which Lamberg, McClean and Kanrich competed, and the dashes, in which McDonald, Tuxill and Lowy competed. Also, our milers, Payne, Giles and Glenn were usually able to garner several points. ' K f -f ' On May 27th and 28th, Pennsylvania had the honor of being host ' ' 1 t I of the Annual I. C. A. A. A. A. Meet. Several new intercollegiate records were made. Pennsylvanians placing in the finals were Payne, iff who won the two-mile run in 9 minutes, 25 8-10 seconds, MacDonald, fourth in the 220-yard Dash, in which Borah of California established a if ' I new intercollegiate record of 20 9-10 seconds, and Harold Lamberg, W F ".,, 1 1 .,,., A fifth place in the Shot Put event with a throw of 45 feet, 8 7-8 inches. The indoor season this year has been slightly more successful, al- . though there is still room for improvement. At the Millrose Games in New York, Captain Scull won the Hnal heat of the 50-Yard Handicap Dash in 5 3-5 seconds. The Pole Vault was tied at 13 feet between Harrington of In- dianapolis and Barney Berlinger, Pennsylvania's brilliant Freshman athlete. In the N. Y. A. C. Games this pair did not fare as well, both taking only fourth places in their respective events. Competing against a large field in the Annual Meadowbrook Games on February 21st, Scull took second place in his favorite event. In the 50-Yard Open Hurdle Race, Gentle, a Freshman, came in a winner, with Franks a close second. Bill Glenn, Captain of the Cross Country Team, came in third in the novel uMiss-and-Out" Race in which, on each lap around the track, one contestant must drop out. The Pole Vault, which was a handicap event, was won by Stratton, with a 12-inch advantage, while. Berlinger came in second from scratch. In a similar Shot Put event, Lamberg placed third. Stratton also placed first in the Handicap High Jump. Then, out of a clear sky, came a uflyingn freshman, who landed only when he had reached his objective. The Mlucky onen was Barney Berlinger, the place, the Knights of Columbus Games in Madison Square Garden on February 29th. He was Pennsylvania's lone entrant, but by winning the Indoor Septathlon Championship brought his own name and that of Pennsylvania to the 'forefront of American track circles. This stalwart 19-year-old youth, who had been known by his friends as MMercersberg,s One-Man Track Teamn thus became recog- nized over-night because he had, in his Hrst real competition, ucome throughw with an astounding victory over nationally known track stars. These included Harold Osborne, 1924 Olympic Decathlon cham- UA- r YF. ' I T H fa el was 9? 'Q tgp, s f- f, fel L 1.73 5 ' c 1' I M' is tic qt' t EQ. tm 5 if 1 '. EWR? ,itffx A ', I H fills XA 'tiger : ', 1- L, I gf N L'.ifFf?"Z I G ff, KIM- K qt x, D f -1 anti TSIQW' 1 J" tigf 922' Vlxsf- 3 It f,-XJ. - xff'.5fi'Q iff " FJ --2 1 1j,,:.'-L7 f ffii: ' 1-inf, R r.-.zgat 5. 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' y a? 1 WJ it :EQ v N Qs-1 FQ H 'E ,Q-S - M, 11 1 F 11 . 7 gm .1-A' 1' 5 ff? 691, -- ll YQ , .W Pg? F 7 ., Q 1' . 'ng DJ l 7 9417- 117' 7 the present national titleholder. Rarney's victories included first places in the Shot Put and Pole Vault, a tie for second place in the 60-Yard High Hurdles, third places in the 60-Yard Dash and Running Broad Jump, fourth in the 400-Meter Run, and fifth in the High Jump. In the Indoor Intercollegiates, in which only Varsity men are eligi- ble to compete, our team did not fare as well. Cornell won the title by a half-point margin over Georgetown, which team scored 20 1-2 points. Yale was third with 19 1-2, and Pennsylvania was in eleventh place with 7 points. lmmediately following these activities and as soon as weather con- ditions permitted, the squad began outdoor training for the spring schedule. First there was held, as has been customary for the past few years, several handicap meets to stir up enthusiasm for the sport. These events served their purpose well in uncovering the heretofore latent ability of Foster Sanford, .l r. Also such freshmen as Barney Berlinger, Fred Steiner and .loe Relay were able to prove that they will be valuable Lowy to future Pennsylvania teams. As this book goes to press we are anxiously awaiting the advent of our Thirty- fourth Annual Relay Carnival, which is to be held April 27 and 28. These games will be especially interesting this year since they will have the additional attraction of having the decathlon event featured as the official try-out for the 1928 Olympic Team. It is indeed an honor to Pennsylvania to be thus favored by the U. S. Olympic Committee. Although the competition will include the cream of the country's famous athletes, Pennsylvania feels certain that her freshman star, Barney Berlinger, will be among the victors when the results are announced. ln the sprint events Pennsylvania also hopes to place another man in the person of Captain Folwell Scull, who has been a consistent point. winner. Come what may, time only will tell. It is an undisputed fact that these men have in Lawson Robertson the best coach in the country. They know this, and will undoubtedly profit by his experience. Manager Ralph Douglas and Associate Manager Ralph Estus have very capably assumed and fulfilled the task of managing the teams. They have devoted their time and energy for a period of three years and to them a great deal of credit should be given. The seniors of the squad, namely Captain Scull, Franks, Glenn, Greene, Heilprin, Kanrich, Lowy, Martin, Moore, Sanford and Wals'h if are to be congratulated for their contributions to track history at Penn- i sylvania. I Thus we close the history of the 1927-28 season with a sincere feel- -A ing that our men will prove even more capable next year in adding to ,e n the glory and prestige of Pennsylvania. 1. IP Si' f N. K 1 Tf,',illj'iT7N,,i 7 ' -' 1 fe-f ,xx f ,A T5 L- - -- ' -' ' ' f 1" " "r:t1t::n1 WJ.. -, Yi -iili 1 Tv ' Li' :iii . .,. .. H r 2.11 14. -..T rv-.H,- -....' 'T' Eiga: Ii- --f,---,--s-- f- - ML, Vhsaniixilfilf-xwk11ELX,g,vs:fmay-Affgifsimt-aivaffaz'-Infatf-'f1gnsLe:eL7yQQfi4Qs.LFi,hffiiafzl-?,. 2914. f TT-a--A-,...,.,..,,,.fam-.,,,....,.---ff-s..H,,,,,a.,-TWH, ar.,--.-,...-..,,.,,WM--mm-swam-.45-Eff,-V3.A,:jfy51-fy - --. . f .-, tsg,,'1:Qg,1-j .: . 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V' xj E 4 "-.- :A lr ww if F1 5142 N - Q' V-'Kuff I , XE E,fLi9lff ' N ' ilQiR3i5 , xh Wu x ,X V ,I -q,,-Jw: F L T sf .4 ' 1ffQ,J."g , 3 KANIQICIYI Bucu HZOUGHTON BooN IQASTLER BALL HARSI-IAWV IMIEREMBECK HARRIS RoL1N 1, I. 1.41 ROBERTSON, CoAcH GILES YVIALSI-I SWEET FRY HEILPRIN PEARSON SAXER GREENE McCoy TOBIESSEN 'FEIST GLENN DOUGLAS, MGR. jXff'jf,:Qg3 .' ' MOORE LAMEERG FRANKS SCULL, CAPT. LOWY STRATTON SHEPERD MARTIN ,, Z PA, , P H4512 x, ' , 1 wg W: 3f'iV1'FQj' 1928 VARSITY TRACK SQUAD "1" M ', ., 41 ' may-1 'l H L ,f ,. f ' vf- uw? 1 fit 'b 1 99711 .W Y ,f. 'I 'Emi F X -Ef9, E N 1, F W7 F N .- -egigggf W my if Aff-1 ",- 4 35 ' N QQ A QV, 5 Je A asf M in 'x' SQ? N A 7 A l 75' 5 sz, 2- 'vt ' ' i f'. Heilpfifl Franks Kanrich Moore 3 W ' 9. 4243 'H l lf ? N . A V R 'li ' .qgph -I x ivan I G, QYE J? 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RESULTS OF INDOOR TRACK SEASON, 1928 Knights of Columbus Meet, January 28, Boston. Scull, Second, 40 Yard Dash, vfav I Lowy, First, 40 Yard Dash, Trial Heat. 22,555- JFZFW Millrose Games, February 2, Madison Square Garden. Scull, First, 50 Yard W, "f. Handicap Dash, Scratch, 53f5 seconds, Berlinger, Tied for First, Pole 1' 'IR Vault, 13 Feet. " Boston A. A. Meet, F ebmary 4, Boston. if New York A. C. Meet, February 20, Madison Square Garden. Scull, Fourth, ' 60 Yard Sprint, Berlinger, Fourth, Pole Vault. Meadowbrook Games, February 21, Philadelphia. Scull, Third, 50 Yard Dash, Scull, Second, 50 Yard Invitation Dash, Gentle, First, Franks, Second, 50 Yard Open-Hurdle Race, Glenn, Third, Miss and Out Race, Stratton, First, Berlinger, Second, Handicap Pole Vault, Lamberg, Third, Handicap Shot Put, Stratton, First, Handicap High Jump. Natic51aLA. A. U. Track Meet, February 25, New York. Scull, Third, 60 Yard as . Knights of Colmnbus Games, February 29, Madison Square Garden. Berlinger, First, Septathlon Championship. I. C. A. A. A. A. Indoor Meet, March 3, New York. Pennsylvania, Eleventh, with 7 points. Scull, Third, 70 Yard Dash, Lamberg, Third, Shot Put, I Pennsylvania, Fifth, in 2-Mile Relay. Cornell won with 21 points. RESULTS OF OUTDOOR TRACK SEASON, 1927 , . April 29-30. Thirty-third Annual Relay Carnival at Franklin Field. Pennsyl- p ,92S:Xt vania tied the World's Record in winning the Quarter-Mile College Relay Championship of America in 41 6f10 seconds. Moore won the Hop, Step and ,lump with 45 feet 82, inches. Uf3,,gg.fg May 7. Dual Meet with Dartmouth at Memorial Field, Hanover. Dart- mouth, 72 1f3g Pennsylvania, 62 2 X3. May 14. Dual Me?t6With Cornell at Franklin Field. Cornell, 79, Pennsyl- EEQH vania, . iflgfhif? May 21. Twenty-fifth Annual Interscholastic Track and Field Champion- K Z ships. Mercersburg won with 41 points, Peddie, second, 14-M. X i May 27-28. I. C. A. A. A.. A. Outdoor Meetlat Franklin Field, Philadelphia. l ? ggpnsylyapia placed Ninth with 8 points, Stanford won with Q Sz.. 2 pO1n s. , , MQ ' 356' I OUTDOOR TRACK SCHEDULE, 1928 April 21. Annual Spring Handicaps. flu' I April 27-28. Thirty-fourth Annual Relay Carnival at Franklin Field. May 5. Dual Meet with Yale at Franklin Field. .IL A May 12. Dual Meet with Cornell at Ithaca. . May 19. Dual Meet with Dartmouth at Franklin Field. :J Interscholastic Track and Field Championships. I May 25-26. I. C. A. A. A. A. Meet at Soldiers' Field, Cambridge, Mass. ' I K f ,Arg R35 ' bat , All LQ - ---, , -ie f A ,nggiiiti . --21. 56" ImF'PI.Q,'li'If4 "i' if .,m"i'T'i' Q ' E U N 1 TV E ,R 5 p 1 T if O pa ge pr, N D4 A 'if L if T Afkull Page Two Hundred and Eighty-three 1 ,,, g,':g,,:,, ",, VVVWVYW ,,,,, ,,,, , W K ,,.,,, f .... 5 .,.,........,. T ...,... .,..,. - f R C '-1r'zmr-fr- P ' Th ra I 9 2 8 E O RD V ,rf - Y ' ' ' ' V - - - rf iT?v' im Elvis, -w-.7 fi-4 A'. ., K gif f W? H 1 Q Il' DM WQ Qs! . 955 '62 ' Q' J. " 5 1 'lu 'if 'Q , Q ful, , f ff? 12. . ak, 151' 'T i Vx .xii Kg 01 B. ' '4 Q' YW I :. .fa 4 is -9 ' , QQ 1' , ,' 5? W gn. , Q25 Q, X9 1 at A if AQ? SY :AQ JP. , 5 .J-' -'Z 1 Q . S' ad ,QV 10,5 C47 .ga .rv 2? ' : 1' I N 'I P23 nz 2? i ,v 'f i ' 2.- lfvq '55 ' x E! ilfx 1 No, ' ffl M. CAPTAIN GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, JR. - 3 myrs 'H F HTH' fl A .9. Q., :QV 'GR if ' CU TG' 'f 4 qs- 'QQ I ,. ' - V 1 -W w A' Y, .Biff-'fi V VV W V V : ENNJ P f V V V Y V . 'V W f ,V 1 V , , ,L , A I v V V ' Ugifv f sw 1 1 " 325375 - my 4, . ..... f mn ..,..V. L: ..,,. .2 ........ ........ .H ...V....... 4.....,,,,..... , . ,.....,. ...........,.., 5 ,,,, W , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,., .,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.. T ,,,,...,....,.,. .... . ,UNI'WhR.SITYQ "a ENNSYLVANIA.5 gr. 2 YQEM, ,,.., ,,,. . , ,,,... .... ..,. A .,........ ,,..,,, . ...,,.... , , , .,,..: , ., ..V.. ..... L , A,,.2,J,. .,,,. ,L ,.:. ., ....,,...i.....,....., gin., ...... ,..:f...,..l...i.....,...i.,..V.:V,1-Lsziu Page Two Hundred and Eighty-four ' ,-My l V .0. f, X. T.1,.?', 13 MH., If ix. 1. 'Q ef- A -V xii 'L 'i .x ,.i "4 ,- in X Us L iii? fr? 'Ei ' karl J -. - -1 - . - - T-, , 'a-:far 1 , A' i- . -1- :fifihfjipfl l? Z g , " ss Milf ,. 3' ' a E T 1 is ei is . . .eg - - il , Q 5 ' : - mia ' - f -aft' v - - fix ldfiivlll t J l vl - V' . i -- ,Qi-l'flik 1 ' 1 D 1 1 ?-f sag ..z- 1 ff ll ,i ' W igrspg is Y' 3 . . . . 2399 HE perennial lure of the diamond, the call of cracking bat and flying ball, has always found the sons of Pennsylvania enthusiasti- llyiggtl cally responsive. Year after year the entering classes have answered the call and contributed their share toward the maintenance fi ii..g iff, -of Pennsylvaniags baseball prestige. Nor was the present Senior class Qfqyyge My V an exception. In the Spring of 1925 the class placed on the field an up by unusually successful Freshman team with Cole, Wfalker, Perlman, Berg- .ggguo man, Hummell, Tashpan and Faubeii seeing action in the infield, Klffflsi 5 Deutsch, Craitzer, Forbes, Thomas, Bond and Shelmire taking care of 5,3513 the outfield positions, and Sanford and Matthews, Simmons and Lukas- ,,i, ,. witz bearing the pitching and catching burdens. Sanford was 'unde- .QD i feated throughout the season and established a splendid record 1n his first year of service for his Alma Mater. 'l In view of their splendid work as Freshmen, it was not surprising Z 2 to find that many members of the yearling team found positions on the y .gi-2 '.f' -.p.,. i Varsity squad in 1926. Cole and Hummell received Varsity letters for 'gil Manage, Burke, their work in the infield, Thomas was similarly rewarded for his playing 3 Us I- . , . . - ac vo iyEif'jl in the outfield, Sanfords masterful tw1rl1ng earned him a P. and 1694? Connell, playing his first season on a Pennsylvania nine, also became a letterman. Tashjian, Deutsch, Vlfalker and Matthews, as members of Qgggff the squad, assisted the Red and Blue diamondmen to win twenty-one 5- L . . . .Ln K ',', V,V, g .Vi y of tl1e thirty-two games in which they were engaged. i Xie, Gr . 2 531 The 1927 season was one that will be long remembered by Pennsyl- HE? K: ' . ' . . - -a.- I Mir' SQ? vanlans. The Red and Blue nine overbalanced five losses with twenty Q 1 1 triumphs and once again won the coveted Quadrangular League cham- ' 5 . .A . . . . . ':"' '77 Q, p1onsh1p. The representatives of the class of 1928 signally distinguished 'V4 - . . . . v Q 2'd'I','if'f'lW-lff:i KVM" 1 themselves during this season and were materially responsible for the Q success of the team. Foster Sanford was the principal moundsman and H "t' .y , , , , 15. i A P1-0VCd to be one of the finest pitchers that has ever handled Coach is Cariss' hurling assignment. uHook" Walker, with six victories and , E three defeats, was a worthy member of the pitching staff, and MGene" KEEP, , . . '. . . 4. . ,, . lap, Q . Connell s catching and hitting made him a valuable receiver. Bernie A91 1 Deutsch, with a batting average for the season of .361, just three points I less than Connell's percentage, and "Sam" Thomas, another .300 batter, ',,. . H played regularly in this year. uPete" Cole, at first-base, was the other .'4- fa' "--Q ' member of the class who earned a letter in 1927. Coach Cams fig! ak i ' 'lu Q, 1 Mdfgsgf- V rrp Mx' half - H Y ' , ,, H - Y ,, 7' 'A"' '15-S21 5+-f -I --fr 'fif it I s a 1 ig U ,rw 1 Yr ri- 1, -.Q i i. r U la .r V . - i 4. Mgffes- -"' M' "lr--A-'tt' 'fr-NAA--'-""s Mrrrrr'Ar'A'e1'3e'4?5. fiflfgf-Lee-f'f'-gif" 'r"e K' ' -'-4' A'-' """""'L"l'i'7!'- .. 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O'Hara did not break into the line-up fre- quently enough to win their letters, all three wore uniforms throughout the season and were ready to provide additional power in the pinches. uBill'7 Oililara, starting for the t, f? lr , ' '2 I , -w, , V1 ' first t11ne for Varsity in the Penn State game, pitched the Red and Blue to a splendid f at triumph over the powerful State combination, 4-2, and received his letter at the close -- of the season. p Dr. Cariss' annual task of preparing a strong nine, was rendered much lighter at the , M opening of the 1928 season, when all these players reported for practice in the Pales- fi gf y tra. -The prospects for the season seem very bright with Captain Sanford, Walker, and w n Y 1 . VV. O'l-lara ready to take tl1e1r turns on the mound, Connell, J. Olllara and Matthews pf x E 1- l '5' 5 N hug -gr' , :,,,. .q,:.:,,,? ,,,g ,,. fi 4 ' 1 ,., -1 1 Tv' 1 H ,,,.. 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I are 'Ns K3 5 . it 1-rf 'Y M, 3,5 ' t , l gif, , 'i f' :xl-Z -'l--l- E vii All ..,. l,ll 1 m ,VQV A 'I f A yin J ,. ,.,,.,,,4.4,1,.. ,.,,,,. ,.,. ,.1. 2 ,:,. : - ',., , :I 2 rib Cole Perlman 1 A' 57 R' ASQ U fx. 'lk' l ' Sli , , . 'ful f, available for duty behind the plate, Deutsch and Thomas apparently certain to roam li L the outlield, and Perlman coming into his own at last on the initial sack. Accompanying these Seniors on the Southern trip were other experienced players: Wilner, a Sophomore holding down the keystone sack, Slaughter and Trudeau, of last ga gf, yearis Freshman nine, vying for the open outfield position, Shober, Gruhler and Drewes Q99 filling out the pitching corps, and A. Walker, R. E. Wfalker, and Reinhalter ready to .PE ' provide capable substitutions. Every consideration indicates that, under the able guid- J' . . .- 1 Hifi ance of Coach Cariss, the Iifty-fifth baseball season at Pennsylvania should be a most 1: ,Q successful one, and that the Red and Blue is in a favorable position to defend the ww! championship of the Quadrangular League. 7'-'J 'Wi all KY, M .1 l QI s ay ss f K H, ",- X iq, . .it Wm, gl "Vo if? if 32 l i s f d wg - , a , ' QQ , - X fa, y o ' .lg ix' 221 Y .W ' 'ir Q' i ,' 3. J- .f , ,.,,+,Fx5,g-Qg,'fif-2 , 'Sl' ll' ' , ffL"""" . '1 , uw B35 Darby ' 0'Hm'a p 1, ' "vp j QQM Y 7 fN'l-rbi W Y , , , 7 - i V V 2 7 A v' ' ewsmwmvamis-YN NA 'sein 4lv.a 4ivsz-.n aiea awfamm .sw -M' 4ns Zf'f. '5V"- -9- 9' Y "W AU" w as in W . .... ,. ,..... ..... ,.,,. ,.., T . ..... ..... - --,.aa,.. ,,.,.. ,W ......... ,,..,..,.......,....,.....,. E .-,.m .... .m-fm. QUNIVERSITYO E, ,J ENNSYLVANIA L, f ,,,L,, ,.,,, ,,,,,,,, V ,,,,, A A ,,,,, . ,,,. 1 ,,,.,,,,V, ,.,ll...V. . .,., ,..,.. ..A.. 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Tuoxums Mfxrnrmvs DEUTSCH PERLMAN idfifiu N633 U,f.'1,'p. 1928 VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD 1'9,jjrf' ITM A . 05.25 ff.2fQJf, 32 Alix A? fhxxrqf,-QR . Qy i-.Nan ' X um.. 1 K. 4.1. bn? 1' 1 , ,, 1'ic'x'- , 1,9 L f' . 69152 fugqf, 4 K P , Mm QL-if 7 n I , A . tx . -. 5- ,- ,, - - . ,,- .. fr' ifnmx ' -1 HNSf'?Y4.4W f MW v 1:i',lg ix 2 .' 1 'ff 5, W' -5 Eflp' I 'RIS V"T'Q , Q. 'H-'Q VIE' ' f M, ' ag if ' T695 .. N I , . 9 f , , f fy g g,f25gQ? 4 1' xx xW! 'C 1 L ..., . , UW. 1253317 I mf Ei MMU A fix gl..-IL: 1 ' 4-1- ' EQ -15 QTL vx ji as ' f 165' vfffgw ,. r-mu .- fi' 1 .mix qrg - h riff? 'X 'V ' .' f" :x ?:?5'4z17:'5E'3'1fPiI fi 1 1 " ix! U1'Ai!.,'J Thomas Connell JUS? f l 4 -1 - ,WR -fx! I ' aff. I Lysvfg. 5 I --gg., I 1 ,, '7-, V xw iff -- . . gf My ' ' '-J. 3 n"y ii A 1' -- - ----- -f-A--my-rf-.,-.-..-..-.-, ,-.,,... .,,4,,,. ,i..,.-,f.-N, f. --wg:-.51.-.,..-.. Q. . ... ..,. .- , , -1-.-f. T Y- ,! .vs V . , ,, . 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BAKER Associate Manager ...... NORMAN E. MALONE ' 13 . A . M CHARLES R. HINDLEY ssistant anagers .... RALPH L. PECK, JR. ft' Coach ........... .DR. WALTER CARISS TEAM X5 ity' TEE Catcher .... . . . CONNELL Shortstop .... . . . A. WALKER Q 'Keg First Base . . . . . . PERLMAN Right Field ...... MACDONALD gl Second Base . . . . . . WILNER Left Field . . . . .... DEUTSCH Third Base ......... TASI-IJIAN Center Field ......... THOMAS Pitchers: Captain SANFORD, W. OQHARA, GRUHLER, DREWES, R. P. WALKER, "3 SI-IOBER. ' A ' 'J W' . 14' If? -Q! Substitutes tg' Catchers ..... .... J . 0,HARA, MATTHEWS Shortstop ....... COLE y Q? First Base ..... ........... R EINHALTER Right Field .... ..... S LAUCHTER I ' 'iv Second Beee. .. ......... DARBY Le i Field ..... ..... T RUDEAU 5. GJ . A T g Third Base .... .... R . E. WALKER Center Field ..... ...... S CULL . ve" 'f 3' SCHEDULE gg 1 - Penn. Opp. Penn. Opp. March 31 Drexel ......... . . May 1 Duke University . .. ..... April 4 North Carolina .... 3 Lehigh ....... .. . . . 69' 5 North Carolina .... 5 Yale ...... 'QQ 1, 6 Duke University .... 8 Columbia . 7 Duke University .... 11 Dartmouth . . 8 Duke University .... 12 Princeton . . . y 10 Davidson ...... .. . 16 Penn State .... T 11 Navy ............... 19 Harvard . . . X 14 Swarthmore ........... 23 Ursinus .... 'QE 18 Franklin and Marshall. . 26 Dartmouth . . . Q! 21 Bucknell .............. 30 Cornell ... Q 24 Haverford .... June 2 Columbia . . . . flil' 1 27 Rutgers ..... 6 Penn A. C.. .... W - 28 Yale .... . . 9 Princeton . . . Us 15 Cornell .... 'NJ ' ff- 3 '21 'sill Lf 2 Q 4 27 .a A 1 5 . , . l y ., an re psvfvweekgf, , 1, .C U ,, . 11, .-w.eyv ...lgfifi my L R of I . ,.,,.,,,., Nm. ..., en ,,.. ,,.,. ..., . XE.:-if 5 ,...,, ...... W e, .,... :em ,,.. ima? ,.,. ..,,. ,,,,., .,,.--...e.,,,,.,,T,TTn.,.,:-I EUNIVERSITY ENP+.SYLXfANIfa.2, L.. ...,,,.....,.. , .... ..... . j .... . ...., ..... ..-V .... , ..5..,,,.,... ..i.. 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G .. ig W . xl K X' cn . 1 asia' l if' 131 ' A 1 F .1 la E 2.?""'7TI'P--. iv jig. A . v ,g ' l . . H va ,wma--5,4 -Y .mm , . - - 2-: QW' .. V. . ' ::.A,' as-.,:..z:E0'f5Xv za- . f 1.-f--zs.:wQm .. J -nf-'wa .1:g'f...fs.-a. A "aa . . .. ,,,, ,wng ,, k . . .ai 3 4 5 5-4. 1351 f 63 34 4 W teh? 1 'C Q if J - ,Q -I V, 4 :l:-f3fW'i2f'- , QB, 495 12- .5 'X ..fi4-.-Nags: Q. 01-gif, 1 af . .... 1 Sie , 5 .l ....,, . . ,J .Vq., Xl- at L :MV-'4?53:f w 525775 lllife QTQQQJ. 'dei' f x 544, 9 'I , 5. 2'-f Q 5. W A A 1 , my xy 53 l as ' 5"fw.4J f ., .,. N.. I ff 1 ii :-Q , if 1, Q- 1.g- 5, 1 Manager Mitchell EGINNING with our Freshman year, the Class of 1928 has always been very much interested in rowing as in all other sports and we have been exceptionally well represented on the Schuylkill. At the time when crew practice started in the Fall of 1927 Very few of our classmates had ever been in a shell or pulled an oar, but they were husky and willing to learn. Some hundred men turned out, overlooking the fact that they had to walk from th.e campus to the boat house and back almost every day, and under the skillful tutelage of Coach Joe Wright, six crews were soon working out on the river every day. After the Annual Fall Regatta when the weather became too bad for rowing there was a lull. Following the Christmas Holidays began seven weeks of rowing on the machines and then back to work on the river again. Then the fight for the freshman crew began in earnest. There were two crews, a light one stroked by 66Stan" Sweetser and a heavier one stroked by L'Bo', Borie, the latter finally proving superior and rowing as the first Fresh- man Crew. This crew was composed of Bow, Bailey, No. 2, H. Jordang No. 3, F. Gentscbg No. 4, L. Mcflean, No. 5, W. Johnson, No. 6, J. Cheneyg No. 7, J. Sebastian, Stroke, B. Borie and Coxswain, J. Berry. Our crew had a very successful year, losing only to Yale, and at Poughkeepsie placing second to Syracuse, in which race Sweetser stroked the crew because of Borie's illness. Witli the beginning of school in the Fall of 1925 camel the crewmen of the Class of 1928 with renewed vim and vigor, anxious to uphold the glory of our class at the boat house. Since that time our class has been represented in the University crews by more men than any one other. In 1926 all of the mem- bers of this freshman crew were representing the University in either the Varsity or Junior Varsity shells with the exception of one man who did not return to school. Borie, Gentsch, Sebastian and Jordan rowed in the Varsity which was the best sprint crew in the country that year and Sweetser, lVIcGean, Bailey and Johnson in the Junior Varsity, the finest Junior Varsity crew in the Eastern Collegiate rowing world, taking second to Washington at Pough- keepsie. Along with this success came two new coaches, Fred Spuhn and Max Luft, represented to have been the two best crew men ever to row at Wasli- ington. Much of the success of our crew must be accredited to them. With the season of 1927 came new enthusiasm for the Class of 1928 crewmen. They were notaccustomed to the new stroke brought from Wash- ington by Coaches Spuhn and Luft. Although the Varsity Crew did not win any of its rows, it gave an excellent account of itself. An unfortunate accident at Poughkeepsie when our shell struck a submerged log about 250 yards from the start and finished with a shell half full of water, which prevented our Varsity from making a better showing there. During the course of the sea- son, tl1e Junior Varsity was successful in giving their wash to Navy, Princeton and Columbia. In these two crews rowed all of the men who had rowed the year before with the addition of lVlcGean, Jordan, and Sweetserls rising to the L wink at v 1 ' 'fl 4.-. , H 1 A 55: gy. 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T., win- ning from all of these crews and defeating Harvard twice. Our 150-pound crew showed their decisive superiority as oars- men and their unequalled spirit by winning every one of their races by remarkable sprints in the last quarter mile. In 'this crew rowed two members of our class, Russell and Sperdle. At the American Henley Regatta this crew won the championship and set a new course record for the 150-pound crews, bettering our Varsity's time. This year both Sperdle and Russell, vet- erans, are back. Russell is stroking the boat and J. Vogel, Cohen and R. Johnstone have risen to this shell. Prospects look good at this early date and we are looking forward to another championship. Vlfe are now face to face with our last season and our last 7 chance to row for the Red and the Blue. Witli HRustyl Callow Q- y i xt., l T. 1 " x W 'ia l l E- W. X K 1 ijx 1 G itll.. l 6 l l l 0 Y x lar- W GN 1 Q fx it 'f .ff of . ffilf TQ ' to 'YW T ,lil H ff- T' l 'T , ' Q t r 992. J ' M I wi iff? ,U " w I p Q up at the helm and Fred Spuhn as his able and competent assist- ant, rowing conditions at the University have taken on a new AN, ,M and brighter hue. Coach Callow comes from the University of I A lllvllf.. T .M Washington where he won a remarkable reputation as a coach '1t'12A'1":"' Sweetzm. in rowing circles due to the showing of his crews, especially at Saba-,,i,,,, K x I f ill. C, W. fi fl ,..a , . , , :L .- .- . - ., E... H . T fi, is 'fa 'fr' tt. if A N I A ..,, M.. Wi-,,,,,,,,,-,,Y,,,H,w-,Mi ,,,. A, ,mn-,, ,,TA,il ,Ani i,,, .. ,,,.,fr,3 3n,,.i ,.,.,,, .,.., , ,Y Y... Yy., 5 . . .,,... ,. , .... ,rn ,,,, ..., , Page Two Hundred and Ninety-two -Y--f----.7....-iv..f.,.,..--.-.-.W I . A. . T X, ,,,YY Y-,WH A- I 1 : f -'Z 'C' U.-. ,'s ,. W - , 1 VlEEE?lEEiT!TIEi!5!WiiL:Mi!ii4iQin1 1 1, 5, F L 7 V' fi . . , . 1 V lfiii-iifjfgfi .i H 'V we w.i's, Vi. ' V ' - ,-' f -- H- - f- ' -v J -..- - -W.. 5 --.---H--.-Y..-. :Leg-3 '-" 1,15 W2 llfwEi'2f ' Q ws? 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He is working hard to give Pennsylvania its rightful place in the rowing world and the men of the Bailey Class of 1928 are doing all that is in their power to help him. His genial manner and smiling countenance are giving the men new enthusiasm and a desire to give all that is in them for the honor of dear old Pennsylvania. If his hard work, ability as a coach, pleasing personality and the high standard of his men mean anything, Nlfiustyw will undoubtedly show the looked-for results. He has a heavier group of men to work with than his crew from Washington which placed second at the Poughkeepsie Regatta last year. His crews have been working on the river since mid-February, which is earlier than has been the custom here. It is much too early to make any conjectures as to the seatings of the various crews as the first race is nearly a month off and Coach Callow's policy is to shift the line-ups frequently and give each likely candidate a chance to row in the Varsity or Junior Varsity boats during the practice season. Captain Gentsch, Sebastian and Sweetser, survivors of last year's Varsity Crew, are working with a vigor that augurs well for the crews of 1928. Coates and Bailey, through their diligent work in the past three years, will probably be seated in this year's Varsity also and Oerter and Berry will, to all appearances, make the Varsity Coxswain. ln the Junior Varsity we have Farber, Kline ---.w......--v -,--.:v1,--.-1----me--F -, W- . .Ll 1 . -u+....,.I.I..-hmm.,.I..a..L..+..s.4...:..,...-,.....L.-L.-...iA,.,4. .I .,....,c.L ,..,...-I..L. . , I Ocrtc Page Two Hundred and Ninety-three I' x-51 ' 1 J If I . .EV ffr' ,xi U 1,1 5' ' fi . 19' :SLN W I 1,2 5'-7 'gil I .1 7-.yum 4'l.uls,.1- ,KW , . 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I Gila 2 E W f I-.Q 1 ' . l v' ' fl 1' 3 it n ' v JLQ vgs 119' 9' 1 islg' 'W I U E 2 gl? ul! It i f ' YA, P ll? -,p THE UNIVERSITY BOAT House and Hamilton as the most likely coxswain. Along with these oarsmen at the beginning of 'our Sophomore year, a dozen men turned out in the managerial competition. Although this isone of the longest and hardest man- agerial competitions, only a few men dropped by the Wayside. J. Mitchell and E. Talbot finally won out as Assistant Managers. This, our Senior year, we find Mjohnnyv Mitchell as our competent manager and "Ed" Talbot as his ahle Assistant. And so, as in other yearsi we look forward to great things from "28,s men on the river. No season ever looked more auspicious at this early date. We are con- fident that the Class of 1928 will work and give their all and will be Well remembered in the rowing annals of Pennsylvania as a great group of oarsmen, Berry Coates PRACTICE ON THE SCHUYLKILL in-..,,1 ,.i ,VW 3 T ? 3 Q r i F l l Nl H r il Q, t it Y L H is Q Y l G l I H3 if ' f I' i 'N Ks? 'ea Q AJ it T ,MQ fir! A! X 1 375-51 5 Q .saw in 2.0 rw y Qfgllj as Lx ,R l avi' M22 Je 4f v -'S V Q it 44 ,fmt V4 " x 5 f - ,J 7 ff? Q I ts Q 'N FN at t 5 4 ' ,A 932 B3 tg .ft 4 . U , fx 25 iff. 3 L 9 I ,, . ' f,.x lf" .J pk A7-if I w i ' 'M ":1 't"""T 'rim' ':""' '-'f'1T,""1"""f"W""'f"'1TTT'T'f'-"'TfmvfT""1'-""'TT''B J gp .f .. -'vm-...R K1-A--.f--. - 1-rw, ,z .1 ..,... ,Q .,.1 mam. --.t.,..,,,..,.vv-f1...4 . I 1 frffi-M ---1----G'H'1'f - v -1 1 - 1 -1 1-' 1 , ., , ,A , 5 li 1. , - , , -' 31 S Q" 'A V' 'if' -" H .,." 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Q F 1 .Kg 5 3 ii: 1 L3 .9- Ev I Q' E Crew Chronicle 1928 Captain .... .... F REDERICK C. GENTSCH Manager .......... ..... . JOHN B. MITCHELL A , t t M EDWARD S. LAUGHLIN 17 Sus an anabers' ' ' ' HAROLD S. F. BATES Head Coach ........ . . .RUSSELL S. CALLOW Freshman Coach ........................... FRED SPUHN 1928 CREW SCHEDULE May 5. Pennsylvania, Yale, and Columbia at Philadelphia, Varsity, Junior Varsity, 150-pound and Freshman. May 12. Childs Cup Race at Princeton, Pennsylvania, Princeton and Columbia, Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman. , May 19. Pennsylvania, Harvard and Navy at Philadelphia, Varsity. Pennsylvania and Navy at Annapolis, Freshman. May 26. American Henley Regatta at Philadelphia. V June 19. Poughkeepsie Regatta, Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman. July 1. United States Olympic Trials at Philadelphia. e 1927 Captain .... ........ .... C H ARLES T. HILL Manager ...............,............. ROBERT C. BAKER Assistant Managers. .,IoHN B. MITCHELL, EDWARD A. TALBOT Head Coach ............................... FRED SPUHN Freshman Coach ............................ MAX LUFT SEATING OF CREWS AT POUGHKEEPSIE Freshman J. MINIHAN J. WEIS 3. A. NULUND C. BORKLAND A. TEAF C. IQRAMPF J. VANQUEREAU Varsity Junior Varsity Bow, C. HILL H. MILLER 2. J. TQELLEHER W. JORDAN 4. W. DONIGER D. COATES 5. F. GENTSCII J. FARBER 6. J. CHENEY H. LANGE R, SEARS W. PINE K. EDWARDS W. TROWBRIDGE 7. J. SEBASTIAN J. BAILEY Stroke, S. SWEETSER B. BORIE Coxwain, E. OERTER J. HAMILTON 1927 SCHEDULE April 30. Pennsylvania and Navy at Annapolis. Distance 1 5f16 miles. Varsity, Junior Varsity and Fresh- man, won by Navy. Times 6:32, 6:52, 6:45. 150-pound won by Pennsylvania. Time 7:09. May 7. Pennsylvania, Yale and Columbia at New Haven. Distance 2 miles. Varsity won by Yale: second Columbia: third Pennsylvania. Time 10:21. Junior Varsity won by Yale: second Columbia: third Pennsylvania. Freshman won by Yale: second Columbia: third Pennsylvania. May 21. Pennsylvania M. I. T. and Harvard at Cambridge. Distance 1M miles. Varsity race Won by Har- vard: second M. I. T.: third Pennsylvania. Time 9:12 3f5. Junior Varsity race won by Harvard: Second M. I. T.: third Pennsylvania. Time 9:37. Freshman race won by Harvard: second M. I. T.: third Pennsylvania. Time 9:55. 150-pound race Won by Pennsylvania: second M. I. T.: third Harvard: Time 7:52. May 28. American Henley Regatta. Stewards Cup Race and Childs Cup Race for Pennsylvania, Princeton and Columbia. Varsity race won by Navy: second Penn A. C.: third Princeton fChilds CupJ: fourth Columbia: fifth Pennsylvania: sixth Syracuse. Time 6:30 3f5. Junior Varsity race won by Pennsylvania: second Navy: third Princeton: fourth Columbia. Time 6:43 2j5. Third Varsity race won by Yale: second Princeton: third Pennsylvania: fourth Harvard. Time 6:4-4 3f5. 150- pound race won by Pennsylvania giving them the Championship: second Columbia: third Harvard: fourth Yale: fifth Princeton. Time 6:39 4f5. fourth Navy: fifth Cornell: sixth Syracuse: seventh Pennsylvania. Time 20:57. Junior Varsity 3- mile race won by Washington: second Columbia: third Californiai fourth Pennsylvania: fifth Cor- nell Time 15'12 4f5. Freshman 2-mile race won by Navy: second Syracuse: third Columbia: r QQ, ' June 29. Poughkeepsie Regatta. Varsity 4-mile race won by Columbia: second Washington: third California: if ' fourth Cornell: fifth Pennsylvania: sixth California: seventh Wisconsin. Time 9:45. I-I: -fp'-' mf. A 6.21 :axis A, ,ku-,,,1JM 7 hA,uw,,g-,W,- K W u Y N 1 V W A ,,,.,,1i-fjpgffgsgl 3.:Q'.f:5.'?,-'.tj,. gl, '3.i1i?'f1fY7 fs 'ffififlif' A ""'i 1,1-5, 'f- ------.-1-M--.e---s -,-f ,.-,.1,..-- .--. - .---..- - I Htl . . Q . 'I , N Page Two Hundred and 1Vine1y-fire L, ...,.,. K v ..f-,, .Pg -jsgl! f.Y5'f?'Q Q 'w.?'.'Jj' 1 . .?cgQ1'Q'f- ,N Jin 'bw 5- . nap- ' 'R ,ri . 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U' tag? 4 i mari ffx fiijf N i,. ffm! V, H l hgjfv Qt. C1 A ' me , X x ta v W f -w air .' 5 X , U A, x QW lil' N! v yl hw iv r . V 5 ii- 1: ,,L6,ffi1,, ,fapgll . .jicxy - 1, ,lin ,ii:A,,i':j.mr, V- - NW vt ' I erw V F , .' -.1 fc- T:-':: ' -- -- .f f , 5 1 " I E:Q-A-'fgh FA' -HTL' F-It - in inn t ' c of . 4. A . . if it I 1 1 ' U., ,ij gyQi1Lr1?7ifM?lrUr5Q,1UULFMQMQI ,L ,, - Q WL., 47: ir-.fn 'figs Y -425-, Wlgfqfr f 4 f N'-,YA In r - ,7A?LgeY Y A L W '-1' l INOR PORT D Moore, Lacrosse Penn State OR a number of years minor sports at Pennsylvania have met with only mediocre success. This year the showing has been much better. Minor sports have received much more attention from the students, and the opening of the Hutchinson Gymnasium has placed at their disposal better equipment and facilities. These factors have done much to aid in the building up of good minor sports teams. Boxing was our most successful sport in that it ended up the season in a blaze of glory, after a very poor start. At the beginning of the season, Coach Decker had to forfeit bouts because there were not enough men out to represent the University in all of the divisions. Later, however, the boxing horizon cleared and a full team was able to func- tion. The Intercollegiates were held at the Palestra, and Pennsylvania made a wonderful showing. Three men, Captain Levy, Broslowe, and Captain-elect Winorsky, reached the finals and were only eliminated after furious extra round bouts, and close decisions. Pennsylvania took third place in the meet for the second straight year, bowing to Navy and Much credit is due to Coach Decker for the way in which he built up a fine team from only ordinary material, and for the showing he made in the lntercollegiates. Cross Country again had a very good year, due, no doubt, to the internationally known coaching ability of Lawson Robertson. Two members of the Class of 728, Captain Glenn and Vlfalsh, showed real form and speed in all the meets. It was Captain Glenn's second year at the helm, and as usual he steered the team through stiff competition with consummate ease. Fencing enjoyed its usual good year. Captain Beachboard, ably supported by Galewski and Goldberg of the Class of '28, won or tied a number of meets. Coach Terrone is to be congratulated upon the showing made by the team, and also by our graduates who are showing up well in Olympic tryouts. ' The golf prospects this year are very good, due to an early start and much practice. The home links have not as yet been picked, but at any rate there is a good squad working for places on the team. This year marked the first appearance of J. E. Mais, who succeeded Dr. D'Eliscu as coach of the Gym team. Coach Mais was fortunate in having Captain Kurnitsky back, and he was able to build a quite good team around the leader. . as 4. H I 'i l.yi'f':i ff, , ,V f.. aff! yi Q1-211-.--I as ...- ,.,.-fa-j r::1.'?""' """ 1..,,..s: S X S SQ f Q " 1 .Q Q Sidi L ...af .. Sf . f ' , s 9 .. 1255 H5 v 2 1, . , ..., ...,,. s ., ,,,, y . , .,,,,,, . of 'I Glenn, Cross Country R- xi' lb 4' X r l X A T R YW: 'Y . ,gi l Tn :Q :PZ tts' Q . UE' w FN . is .F 1 'li Q l 1 ' l l Gil if l Q . e, ll' w Cf y X l 0 lm 456 ' 1 SV lr, ll. ali I .R 1 ' 1 rp if w . A K i T 1 ZW 77' yglli if 'B i. r- if . Q: .m l iw Q l 'tt 1,1 , V ix I Qgvtuwwb Gy i W i V VY V N V 1 A1 """' ""' ' """"""' ' '-f""---t- --'-ft- -A --" -T 'y---'t--- -'-' '1f- - ' "1---f 5 --.. ........ 5 ...,....... H ........ . ,,.. ' ,rms ...,, -. ,... zsm' LQUMN plvp E R S I T Y -O 2, 5 E. N N S' Y L V A N I A p p p . . , ...,,.,.. .. .,..... .... A .... T ,,,.,..., Page Two Hundred and Ninety-eight w X x ,i yr l w 1 Q, , ,A ,-,A ,,g,Qj"1, ag -.L-4 y af In Lacrosse, too, a new face made its appearance in the coachis po- g l sition. Archie MacFarlane, a member of the History department, suc- I ceeded Coach Fries as mentor of the stickmen. Coach MacFarlane has ki7'?l i f l been able to build up a very strong team in the short time he has been tj- 4 L5 in charge. Hake, Monk, Utz, Pine, Magai and Captain Miller Moore are 1 using their football training to good advantage when they wield the , stick. The first game, against Lafayette, ended with the score 14-5 in F35 i favor of Pennsylvania. From all appearances it is certain tl1at the team ,ji which beats Pennsylvania in the Olympic tryouts will have to be far mx above the average. if' tt' Captain Henderson was able to lead a good rifle team into competi- ' tion this past year. Coach .Va1genti, present record-holder and captain of our last championship team, was responsible for the superior train- ing of our marksmen.. Goode,.Perry, and Phillips are members of the . team who are graduating, leaving Beiser and Bobrow as a nucleus for IJCXI YCEIIJS tC3IIl. 1 Henderson, Rifle A third new coach was introduced at Pennsylvania when Coach Merriam called out the swimmers. A large number of men responded, but John Bleeker, last year's p star distance man, was unable to swim due to outside work. MacLea was then elected A :bw b Captain in place of Bleeker. The seasonis showing was very line. Pennsylvania hav- Qflfgiill ing won four meets and placed George Saseen second in the Eastern Intercollegiates, and third in the Nationals. Captain MacLea, Teaf, and McKenny, besides Saseen, did i very well throughout the season. Saseen will no doubt be heard from in the Olympic tryouts. Vi' Coach Merriam also handled the Water Polo team, and in this, too, he was very successful. Levinson, Bergman, Utz, and Heckman starred A with the poloists. ik' From all we can see Coach Hendricks will have a very successful W . : season with his tennis team. Milton Hofkin, who rated number ten in the National ranking, will do much to aid Captain Bill Kraft in bring- ing the championship to Pennsylvania. Lavine and ,Arnold Simons, the Middle Atlantic Doubles Champions, are also members of the Varsity aggregation, as is Bob Linglebach, the captain-elect of the soccer team. Wlith a lineup of this calibre, Pennsylvania's tennis prospects are very t bright indeed. n i The Squash team, also coached by Mr. Hendrickson, has just finished a successful season. The squad was essentially the same as that of the p Tennis team. t gat i Colmrr, Golf Under Captain .lohn Bogdan, Pennsylvanials wrestlers went through , gt 7 ' ,Q , ' f ,rc gc c gg r c , ,, ' , , A c r A , M , mg-c ,Eva sf' . .,,. 1.ff..,,:,,-,Q,f lt U N I V E .B 5, I T. Y- .Q . ,.., lf: N.. 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The three men named are the only ones graduating and therefore Captain-elect Gabriel, tl1e Sophomore star, will be able to lead a strong team to the mat next yearg ' It can readily be seen that the Class of '28 has done much to advance the interests of Minor Sports at Pennsylvania. Although during our four years here we have won only a few championships, the teams that defeated us knew We were in the battle. MacLea, McGean, Q SQ' 39' LE ' E yg gi v X? 13' wi '4 'B . E 6' 0 if' f? as X Q ri 3 .PLE .Li ff 5' A '3 A. Q. 29 rg 5415 QQ' ,t N 5' s 1 D. WE ', 1 flv .f 1 r i a! 9. ' Q. P93 ' 3 E 'L . 1. Y 4 Q 'K D fi Q I N I vs - Swimming Water Polo . -f ' . l K ' Q, EFIQL i X ENNJQP PT W V V , , A p 1 If We U . f, U1 W 257152 , f e f W f u -...,.---.. ,.,.......... ..,..,. . .i ...,a..,.,., ........i4.........,, ............ . . 5 ,,,,, , ,,.....,.,,,,.,, , .,,.,,,,,,.., ,mm .,.,. nvrun ..y,,,.......................... gUN1vEaa1'rYo a4 ENNSYLVANIA3 - -..L ...., ,.,- , ....,, ,,.... ,...,.,... ,.,...Ae ,,,, .,,. . . ,.,..t Y,., . . ,....... . , 1 I .4 ,,,,.,,,,A,A A! .A,,,, ., ,,ee,,A , ,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,V i , ,.... ..Z ............. --.A.-, Page Three Hundred sTlfg.e innnmnng 1923 RECQRDlMM?W?1 V. ' -..:.mlm,, ..x.,.,.:.,....,X....,,, , ,,k,,,.,..,. ulfmrm I 'ig Rumi d -1 -ui .-w ,,. V K 'If 24' ' L ' W" ' .Y- M n r if-3 QD, ., 'fg . R ,A rf 'Q Xa, QQ QV!! LJ l' 'ri' 1 'Sgt l gg '15 ' ' . I A 'Egg Q 5 3 ig iw i 'r KJ Qin W ,LQ , Q , gt 1 6? + . . , ,, , ay ' '- l ' :-' 4' ' f si, ' ff ? 1 QT 'faq i .,.,A I Levy, Bogclen, Q5 Boxing Wrestling -5 xl : T T r 4 9251 , f l It is the earnest desire of the Class of 1928 that the remaining classes do their 1,5 .n -X . . . . . . . 'ff ' 1343 , share to aid 1n the advancement of Minor Sports. Pennsylvama has the fac1l1t1es and rl X' ' . . . ,-3 ,159 the coaching staffs, and lt 1S up to the undergraduates to take advantage of these and tiff is put Pennsylvania on top Where it belongs. ,fl li' i I " j u -A 31' y W l' wi ' 21 i F' I 'QB l , if: W , Ki ? Q Q. THQ j fi' 1 1 ' , 1 ' , 1 Q1 "T n .., vi ng a l Y x ' l ,MQ ,gig :X , 4 if, lk l i Q i l yi ,lik . K It wi 1. X W W' , QQ Ml- rw i --.52 1 3. -536 , A Q 1 w . if W - DQ Kraft. Q K Y Tennis G QB, '-wg ma i G if 'r Q ' ii 15 A W' l U K ' r-sg? 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In Home... SUBSTITUTES F. P. MULLIGAN J. Moons H. B. Kors K. H. CISNEY SCHEDULE Apul 14. St. John s College at Pennsylvania. Aprll 21. Pennsylvania at Johns Hopkins. April 28. Randolph Macon at Pennsylvania. May 5. Pennsylvania at Harvard. m4T:N ,'1'1"'.iK .....H. JOHANSEN M. HIRSCH 1. BALL H. SMITH F. E. GIBSON W. HIARHIGAN May 9. Pennsylvania at Swarthmore. May 12. May 15 May 19. May 26 .Z ,HL --. XY . Cornell at Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania at Princeton. Pennsylvania at Rutgers. Pennsylvania at Dartmouth. 16352 Wy ,Q f ,sl . I em M ll CNS--1 li ,-LQ: Wiki T,15jfQ.:j7'6 I gary!!! 3' an ,.. , ji ,fikifgg f-1 inffivm TJ. UI, --111, Qs' 'I's.e.F ii xl M.. 1 . -,wa 'zllel .:!.rQ:'.R Vfiifke. X K?-. 'N1'w'x'.-H J -M79 1 Wg 1 1' fix I if 1116: X43 flxg lm-:fn N wifi: 1' iz :L kff 1? iffqfpilk A r., 1' 2 N ,Mix I V -is 1. .xv .11-Ly xi fi Rf: ,I 14 iv tr. up PIUFYM 1 I gi Wifi, .f VF-...Jr 11 fi C-.-' Y' .gr ' ' 7 77 MTB' :7'Cf7fi 5A'f7Q'?.'Us7 f " s wx' ,.'.fv,. 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Forfeit to Pennsylvania QVQQCEI Dec. 17 Gettysburg ........ 1300 Pennsylvania 1303 Feb. 25 Cornell ............ 2645 Pennsylvania 2514 'jE,Q-1 :AQ Jan. 14 Mississippi A. 81 M..1380 Pennsylvania 1278 Feb. 25 Illinois ............ 1301 Pennsylvania 1310 14550171 Jan. 14 Rhode Island State. .1283 Pennsylvania 1278 Feb- 25 Iowa - .--.-- ------- 2 770 P6TlIlSY1Van1a 2514 lE7f','ij :Kali Jan. 21 Lehigh ............ 1330 Pennsylvania 1287 Feb- 25 MaSSf1C1'l11S,US A552165 1243 P0UTlSY1V3I1ia 1310 MZ-Q3 Jan. 28 West Virginia ....... 2563 Pennsylvania 2509 M313 3 GeUYS17111'Z -------- 1310 Pennsylvania 1320 fl Jan- 28 Washington . .. . . .1367 Pennsylvania 1326 Mar. 3 Northwestern ...... 1322 Pennsylvania 1323 Jan. 28 Pittsburgh .... .... 1 311 Pennsylvania 1326 Mar. 3 Syracuse . .. .... 1360 Pennsylvania 1323 'Stix Vfeillfj Feb 4 West Virginia ...... 1344 Pennsylvania 1310 Mar. 3 Stanford ..... .... 1 344 Pennsylvania 1323 1 XKQQD Feb 11 Drexel ....... .... 1 334 Pennsylvania 1320 Mar. 10 Penn State . ....... 1355 Pennsylvania 1347 1' 6-fl-sl Mar 10 Pittsburgh ......... 1364 Pennsylvania 134-7 wyi.-7. ,I NQCLJE Q QT '91 I fr L 'TJQ'-'E ' ' 4 Twfi feet-Tfif-'efkl-theeL-Leif" .Y , 1 f -- 4--,- '-11f-'-'-- --"'-'--'-f---'-' 3 T -r 'f1-- ------'-"1'- r 13 'Lwrg L2,Fee-..mmm-f.-1-aww.-f.v. ..,.,. fr ,..,, .,.. are ,,..,,,.... 1-n .,... n-fn-af. ,1-,,...... ,.,.. , an-5, i- i7 " ' ' " ' ' "" Ai 'T " in 'f2?Li'Ej4Tl11?!'??D GTK ji. 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R ODNEY COLTART Manager ................. Roman ZULLINGER l,.2Q f q i ' f 511 ,fqf Associate Manager ...,... ...STANBERY SPEER .jxggxgffi ,117 'f tif fffi 99 5 ' 1928 SCHEDULE fi 1 1184 'A April 13. Swarthmore at Philadelphia. May 4. Dartmouth. - 1 .KN f WE33: 11' j 14. Pennsylvania Alumni. 5. Yale. Mi6f?,'- Lie, Q 15. Green Valley Country Club. 11. Princeton at Apawamis, Rye, N. Y. s 20. Lafayette. 12. Harvard at Apawamis, Rye, N. Y. K W 21. North Hills Country Club. 12. Brown at Apawamis, Rye, N. Y. yillq l 26. Georgia Tech. 19. Williams at Apawamis, Rye, N. Y. QQ 5 28. West Point. 26. Philmont Country Club at Philadelphia. 1- A' 3 vb., June 26-30. Intercollegiates at Apawamis, Rye, N. Y. 'vw 1 y'ff5Q:iz1 Q i! 5 I QQ ' i 4 new all f- ' ' - igefjg, fsf -. 56:23 ' ' , . . "'f"1 1- ' 'J iT:g:::":r 1" A 5 I - ti " V 5 -A . E U N l V 5.3 ...... ..,. 51 32 .,.. ...., Q ...., QL. 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BIGR. HEPBURN SNYDER Man. GILMAN CAPT. KURNITSKY Cofxcn Mais Scnmun-r Ass"r. MGR. K.-xmzsxzx OPPENIIEILI NICCLURE JORDAN GOLDBERG I ' . F 325' W. l-1 . ,lu x J 511 1 Ri V 1 li! :Will L ll 'xl' ,Gai 1 fill! ll 661 1 19:9 CII Et iq 153551 1 L-' 'IE 1 ff wk? 4 ,X fx . lllill 51 F9751 0 'Q 17-lik 13111 1 gl 3129-' I mit!!! '1 My A .1 3-! iffy 2, 'sa A+, If qc. :x,E,.',,g, llf7'QN .fKPgP.2GoLf r ffxfug: ty I "x,f?PgTX ll :EJ 1.115 xl, i mga. lw'1ll1: f gf Ny" f' , wg-.9373 ' 1 Captain. . . . . .SAIVIUEL KUnN1Ts1cY Assistant Managers. . ' I I n LE Roy J. HEPBURN .f'1Xj5ll'w Manager ..,. .... J OHN E. GILMAN H.xROLD KANIBER! , PM Coach ............................ JOHN Mus 11,7 VARSITY TEAM llg, 54- 5W:,gl SYDNEY GOLDBERG SAMUEL KURNITSKY, Capt. ' HENRY Hrzmstlrcu ELwooD MCCLURE V. . 4 ' ' THOMAS JORDAN ARNOLD SNYDER - SCHEDULE " KES X Feb. 17. Ohio Wesleyan . .. ........ 16 Pennsylvania .... 39 lg EM? ' 24. Dartmouth .... . . . 39 Pennsylvania . . 6 7 S9171 , Mar. 3. 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LEONARDO TERRONE Ca tain. ................. WALTER BEACHBOARD 'giw2QV','! V A: ' . p wllcx,-, g,S11W5grg BERTRAM H:xLL, Fozls I BURTON L. COHN, Epee 'gif' -.J gp-fiuyil ROBERT VAN METER, Foils A HERMAN F. RODRIQUEZ, Sabre 1211.-'l:'lY WALTER BEACHBOARD, Foils HARRY JACQUES VERNER, Sabre 'L'-55 R A G E ' M A ' S S b- -Fw' I-7.XFiA,1, LBERT ALEWSKI, pee . A'l'THEW MEDEO CIULLO, a IC xml-3,VV,g Manager ,... .......,........ W ILLIAM N. MEAD Asszstant Manager ....... URICHARD L. H,-.NSEN "wo, .M '?11f1i.,f,fIl A - 'V-ff. xUe?.f'f Lk - -.-W? QQ7fw.gf5 N January 21 Army ...... . . . Lost . .. . . la-2 Q A,1'y5'ff'V, rf 28 Lafayette .... .... W on . . . . 2-15 Q! ggi?-g gf February Columbia. . . .... Lost . . . . 15-2 liQ'T5?" ,GQ-1 ji M. I. T... . .... Won .. .. 7-10 H 'xffffijl W I lf. Cornell. . . . . Syracuse... 5 was ' March Harvard. . . T K Q53 4 10 18 4 25 " 3 10 Princeton. . . 10 12 ....Lost .. . .Won . . . .Won ...Lost .. .. 5-12 7-10 .. ...8-9 4 lil". 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SASEEN R. C. HOUGH M. H. MCCONNEL, JR. STERNBERG fi T. J. JOHNSON DQ L. DIACLEA E. A. TEAE SCHEDULE Pennsylvania Opponent Pennsylvania Opponent Jan. Brown ...... 34 28 Mar. 7 Navy ....... Q I Jan. Princeton . . . 15 4-7 Mar. 10 Columbia . . . 30 32 Feb. Yalc ........ 27 35 Mar. 16 C. C. N. Y.. . . 50 12 IQ, Feb. Dartmouth .. 22 40 Mar. 21 Syracuse ...... Rafi' Mar. Army ....... 27 35 Mar. 23, 24 Intercollegiate: ' A March 30, 31. National Collegiates and Olympics Tryouts. ' 5. 1! . 'S . I " f 'ix' 'i'i f 5+ 2 f T v 5- 1 if -. -L I. A 153' Y' L A. 1 A. E' rr 1'-Ir'-'--'-I' M or El" I-ar"'fr' eaoeee aei' r"IrrJ4"5 '--. mf-ifE.f:'+3y::- gig Page Three Hundred and Eight v w I I M i7f!'t1!TK1!5MlEMi.lQ3LUJS.U.KJHHESPTAYMQUQQ 53 K1 Q9 f ff WL 'WL , 'A' ?f?l'7?1'7i UFJH5' EL . . . we E' .L ....-.,.gf: -..L 1' Eg. " -' '- B""'u"-"Q1-'frftn-'-Zniilf-W" 1' ,X . 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BERRY A. RICHARD RosE L Associate Manager ...... ALBERT L. WERTHAN Head Coach ........ ..... W . E. MERRIAM I 'f X A 'L . . VARSITY TEAM 1 1 tj' . 1 Forwards Backs f Jw ' + L. H. BLAND L. P. MCGEAN J '- . J. 1 , - J. LEVINSON M. J. MITOSKX' . ,AJ R a j A. C. BERGMAN H. W. l'lECKMAN .C 4-Q . nu- . 'I if ey 1 SUBSTITUTES T X 1 . C. T. COWPERTHWAIT J. L. UTZ J ' 'J L. STONE D. F. TIPP 1 24,154 W. GRETZ, 31:11. FR SCHEDULE 5 "9 ,,f Jan. 21 Princeton, 755 Penns lvania, 10. Mar. 7 Nav ., 95g Penns lvania, 5. 1115 -flw ZLL xA Vt Y y . y . UV J-fq. AQ Feb. 15 Yale, 603 P8llIlSylV3Illa. 5. Mar. 10 Columbla, 153 Pennsylvama, 27. Qrgfjfgji .' Feb. 18 Dartmouth, 153 Pennsylvania, 23. Mar. 16 C. C. N. Y., 445 Pennsylvania, 20. V. V 'R'- 311 L' W' . "vi, Tl ' ' H- A1 . . Lf'-1: V 1 V A lflwmffwfiw"',f.l'l'Wf'f ,.1' Q .. ,. .. - 'ff' Mfff J'1'1 ,Q1,?f5'V J-. ,. H .. A lj PJ 'fig if 113 if if 'PU J Jil, IN V. R . . 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MIL-"1El 'QV'-'I X 1.5.1, , - 31 1,1' f .X wtf? 1'f-l 54 1 af 1151, 'I-lfijll - :il Y , X L K-Wil Nfl PAUGETT, .4.vs't. Mgr. BARNES, Asft. Mgr. VWINORSKY BROSELOW CLARK HORN DECKER, Coach OWEN, Mgr. A-17' Q .11x 4,-. BIARZZACCO LEVY, Capt. ROSENBLITH ' V 2 5 VSA! QQ-:1fy'.'1L 1 1' Captain ...... .. .... SAMUEL C. LEVY Varsity Coach. . . . .. ..... GEORGE DECKER WQQ11 Manager ........... .... . .E. SPENCER OWEN A . M I A I WILFRED BARNES 11"'1""l 1 eff , SSlSlCUlt and CTS. . . . . . 1 .111 Freshman Coach... ......... LEONARD MASON g JADIES T. PADCETT '1 11 Q'-11131 '5 f. Associate Manager .................. WARREN HUNTER l 'ff 'v'.N :lil TEAM 115-lb. Class . .. .... MARZZACCO 145-lb. Class ...WINORSKY 125-111. Class .... ........ L Ew 160-111. Class ... ..... HORN 135-lb. Class .. ................ ROSENBLITH 175-lb. Class ............... ....... C LARK Llnlimiled ...................... BROSELOW Mage. Substitutes: STEELE, BRODSKY, PELUSE, SMOUKER, NUTTALL, MCCLE1XN, MILLS SCHEDULE ' 1 A 1112.. 1151 11 1 1 Jan. 21. Western Maryland, 35 U. of P., 4. Feb. 25. Navy, 6g U. of P., 1. ' lan. 28. Virginia, 4: U. of P. 3. Mar. 3. Penn State, 5g U. of P., 2. 1+ M Feb. 18. Syracuse, 55 U. of P., 2. fm Feb. 11. Ar1ny,5g U. of P. 2. Mar. 10. Yale, 41 U. of P., 2. 1 1 il 11 , 11 l A 1 ,-. Q . W 'L ' 555-lf: March 16 and 11. Intercolleglates at Pennsylvama. ' 1 15411 1 fs 1 'M X .062-ill? , 11 Q 55 1,1 ' ,,f-552131 .XM IQXQYE 1., 5-,Z gff figyxrau v1 11... 141 fi' .4IT.1lT. .".::"'L1:1tfi:t. " S '- A f A. W 14 or . 1 .jjj f , 1. i .T ' 3,31,Q-SQJQQBLSQQ'if 5Lf'i3QQQ,Q,.U1EiZJaQ,gQ,1Q-Lwqfg.0MxWs.f451V5Li-255397 1. . . . . - . 7:1 , -'I"5-?'fAT'-''.Tfl'fT2Zf.-1157 -if ...-,..v-.w.,...F,L.1 fu- .-,-W.-A-,1..-.1.mwfmmT.-fqpfvmf.-.11fvmf.,3I 1 . . 1141-11.i'i!if1:... L - . .-- .. .. . -1 3 1 , I 7, '., ' -I -, '1 " 11 S 2 ., 'A 'Al -- 'L Qi.. 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SERVAIS Assistants. . .. . .. U-MRCH W. PHILIPS ' TEAM . .... MORRIS GAMM 145-lb. Class. .. .... ROBERT GOODWIN II r yi I, -If .f--.I JI-L-3"f' I I' ?,:"!2fii lI'i55Y.9,'IQi2 1 1'fi2'Kf I NM V .f 5455 .QA I Qf71ff7,I' - Sgr "I 3 I FQ Lf., f II' I. ICQ- 56' I' L1 ,V Iv I. 'I-.f-.J IL S' fudfeh ,yffA17.:- ll HI' T311 Il UQ' 1 ' '.- :Qxl ll QF 'fffl .. -M. 3 . :QI -. , uf., I , II "li M RIWFQI5 1 Mi . My 97,2 - 1. I f 'ff fl 'gif-f'f I 'LI . 'I 'f ' 1 Dill "1 ,A x "J N ...M X ,Af .gag U. 14? LI.. 1 ii Qlilffl ig? V, I ':,?"I Ikvsifil .I ,I .IQgIA,1cI1I fill ' if ,r 1 'gli li ,MW .1 jx, - 'vflf' 3 .. fl, 5. 125-lb. Class.. . ........ JOHN BOGBAN 158-lb. Class... ..... GILBERT FREI lj 135-lb. Class. . . . . HSIDNEY RABINOWITZ 175-lb. Class .... . . . .... PHILLIP GABRIEL Heavyweight Class ..... ...CHARLES URBAN Li Qglu SCHEDULE ' A Jan. 21. Pennsylvania ...... 10 Syracuse ...... 23 Feb. 25. Puennsylvaniaf. . 3 Cornell ....... 24- 'lf .6 ' 4,9 , 28 Pennsylvania .... .. 4 Penn State ..... 18 Mar. 3. Pennsylvania.,-' ,... l5 Franklin and 'L .ffil-' M4 x Feb. 4. Pennsylvania. ..... 8 Columbia ..... 19 V . Marshall. .14 ', 11 Pennsylvania ...... 12 ' Army ......... 10 10. PerInsylvania...,,.'.5. 3 Lehigh . ....... 23 W u,f.l . ' ll if A ,gfgf I Mar. 16 and 17. lntercollegiates, at Princeton-Pennsylvania plaeecl 6th. ,, Individual-Gabriel, 3rd in 175-lb. Class. Urban, 3rd in Heavyweight Class. 3155111 : . L? is MQW I F ui-. iii P111 'A 'Y . . ' - . H '-J "" L . 'iizr'-f'::..:i...,.'W: '...+.ia"'? "" 'Y ff ' .i.:4:.4..-:4iT..- "s' 'tiiggg'-'i lf?" Q 'il.' f '.7Q"'W'WW"'gi Gm U Iwi I Iv li, Ia is I I IJ 13 N is .II IL. If A M 1 fe... 3 - .. ,, .... .,,.. .,.. , , i,,,.J,. ,..i,. .... . ., .. . ..,.. Z.. .,,,,,.., .... liiJ'..! ..... .,,.. . ,, . .Y .,,. -M Q, 1 . ., ,A-,4,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,..,. CCL.,-1,1,,..a.. I Page Three Hundred and Eleven i Wil II! J I, f. l I. 11, yghff I E .Ji A , 3 :l""L'x, I f A .HJ If-1,15 I.. Y' Jw 5 26 I CLA 'kai ' Lf 5?IiF'cN ww n-QNX, s , I, Mfg, 1 5lf',f1f'..T1 I IL" ff- I I , . jx l NHL Wig I f wir? la EXW? 5 no Ir 4 Yi - I VD IA Q4 1' WI v ,Lp I F4 . L lfais, I 4,1 I e ll-SEQ-x j 1 f 3 xcfmx W .f 3 ?'kQ'f . NYJ 1 Qllafrfi I MQ I rkie 1 199131 li-,L!'L .f A l L - .. 1 .. .L-V.-- - --- N - - 7Q--f'f,.I.-nT-,-I-II- .,.,-Y...,,,,, . -..-.-. - . L, ., I . . . . . ,-.T.:,:, Y, .I A. I, W --X Ji I J.-,YI M, LI 4 A -LAY .. v4.L,.,.-,.1-.I1. 1.5,-ana rfffufmwv-me Ii " ' "A - ,lg . . . ...- "- " E . 3 ff: . I 9 1 T 5.3 l ' X ' 1 Mfr F T: I ' RYAN HOFKIN Coach HENIJRICK STANGIIR LINGEILBACH RAUTII DAVIES SIMONS KRAFT LAVINE TEAM M ............. . . . . . .RALPH W. Davuzs . W . amlqer Assistant Managers ......... . ARNER M BOUCK Assocmte Manager ......... ...MARTIN L. MACINTIRE RICHARD SAMPSON WILLIAM KRAFT, Captain GABRIEL LAVINE MILTON HOFKIN ARNOLD SIMoNs - WESLEY A. STANCER, JR. 1928 SCHEDULE April 13 Columbia at New York. May 11 Villanova. 20 Haverford at Haverford. 12 Lehigh. 21 Princeton at Philadelphia. 17 Dartmouth. 27 Virginia. 19 Harvard. 28 Duke. ' 23 Navy at Annapolis. May 4 Colgate. 26 Cornell at Ithaca. 5 Yale. 30 Army at West Point. 9 Pittsburgh --v-.-Q.-...qi .-fx- It 'i 2593.9 I S537 all li AY H x 1.39 I i iw 1 . 1 .4, 'Gal ii IQ' +G .IW I Q If N' S-w Sl wf I Yi , 4 . 11, 1 D , ii ,Qi im K 5' Q A I. V' V af gf l 4 'N 1 A KS I 41 -. LID. f I l -el! 4 ly : M 1 1 .sv .1 5 . if . th...-. , 'x?UI1Ir2 I 4-fi ww I wil 1 ,, YQJ 757, 1 'J' 1 V L ll Xxl H- r rf-.f -mst--:I 11 -N n, af v----,.Q,,, , ,L-L, M,-Q-NA, A, U W 4 Y V M ITV' 4 :f?Qf7.5i'f7lir2Q, TQ- --' 5 ,, WY , if , YW V , , I A , ,,,,,M,,,,.,,, .,,,,,1 11 ' " " I I 'I I ' " ' ' I- 'e - ' - r I T " 1 M7 I E' V I- -5.51 33 Q3 X f - .1 ,-,1-f,.,- ., . I,.. ,.1:,.I,f.-,.fmmv,Iw.mw.wIwmI.-I1-.-mv-.f , . , Y. ... , . , .: -'III .i-Q.: .af-- M, W f. .-,. ,I L, ,, .,, -. I.. , 1' " ' . 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Cynwyd Club March 7. Law School EQBAI Y- . February 24. Penn A. C. March 14. Merion Clas ' FL. . March so. Yale J -.7545 V. 1 X ifiiif 6528 ' fl-:p , Q: Q bi Qffiuiy G I "Y 59 ,-:ff-5 I f, -P K fggyffx, yer' xml - - - ..-Y - - ' -f -, --8-ff 40. E4',,:. :g4g::1i Li'l'--7 -"T-LFJEIL 1WifTi'i"'T'm'n:a'E'g 'u" ptr ..a.' '4" -- ., . . g A- fi New ...... ...,, "N .,.. .,,,. i'fj.,'i.,.....fi... ---Q i. .' .... ,..', i ..,. Page Three Hundred and Thirteen I 5 .tae ,A - -1 . AJ I I l i 4, w-.4 .yv ,M 1 1 .Q -Vip sh A .- 1-ft L iz':a',,wq ye' i-val u uw tw, -r ,D fl in , fi, 'il 'lr ,, 1 ' f ," 44- ,i,4.,-. 1 'M ,W fi Ollfl ,rn .. e My its . If 'L' ,fi tif? 71, sf- 1 , Ki, Mix pri In Ly! 4 4 X w 1 y ,A-Q. ,,,. 3 ,fi PF X. X we ,v, v ,V ' .1 Q x , LQ, 5,11 ,1 ,a WN L4 i. 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The new agreement has provisions which will make possible effective enforcement through a Faculty Gov- erning Board which has power to try infractions of the agreement and administer what penalty it considers necessary. It is the earnest hope of the Writer that this new agreement will not only prevent future violations, but will constitute a more lasting tie of unity between the fraternities signatory to it. gpm W . -r.. vu, Ng- xml 1 51, nh. 344 'A' '-5, ,L " If f if .v,+ ,, .qw , 7 ., its-.3 -. ..i, 1,--. -ft "Wi Xx 5 . 2 N -, xl ii E s 5 x l 1 5 A 1 I v V it-.L , Z 1 1 l l U V I l i l 1 w x 'v 4. my '-.X Q UI-' fr r 535, -53 "7'7w N fx ,x nr r , gm Q L tx ski il YM: H2271 we ,V fl rlfllfjl fQl'y...N-', rljfc lyfdlrila K, ,,. fe x.. -M gf-xikc It 'gllllgx fn Tx J, ,. i riff will ,fftipf ff R, riff, QW ' 1 ts. nf 55353 lg. 313' fi 'HW 'gif-I"l i '-4.54 ' 1 fwfr I Qui? his L . r . 1 .Nt :N fbi 3 'I' ,P 1 .tv , . fe ! W . :Ii i Q' , 63. W pl I. Q XX ' if e e - s -C - fm-f .-f--1,.-,e,-..e, - - 1 - pg A er Q V-1. QTY l ' , 'l 'UI' Q rl- - Lu rt 1 rf it ti S 1 'ir I rn N N S wif VA N it-xi A Marisol o,,s s...,.. 1 ..s,... ,t ..,... .g.l. g !o ..... t.t, ,. .,.,s..r Page Three Hundred and Fourteen N H JJD NN g -Q ra erm IGS fi.. find I love company, a chat, a laugh a glass and even a song." Y -4 A ,, ii ia 1 2 3 lic' 7 Fraternity Index Il Pages 1 M Aaaaia ........ 360, 361 Phi Kappa Psi .. ' lp Alpha Chi Rho .... 346 347 Phi Kappa Sigma .. 1 Alpha Epsilon Pi .. 394 395 Phi Kappa Taa .. 1 Alpha Pi Epsilon .. 416 417 Phi Sigma Delta l Alpha Phi Delta 412 413 Phi Sigma Kappa .. Alpha Sigma Phi .. 382 3483 Phi Sigma Laiiihala . A Alpha Tau Omega . 334 335 Pi Delta Epsilon Vip Beta Kappa ....... 426 427 Pi Kappa Alpha .. . I, Beta Sigma liha 408 409 Pi Laaihda Phi ..,. 11 Beta Theta Pi ..... 330 331 Psi Upailah ....... p , Pi Delta Kappa Epsilon 350 351 Sigma Alpha Epsilon - 4 Delta Phi ......... 318, 319 Sigma Alpha Mu ' gf Delta Phi Sigma 413, 419 Sigma Chi ........ I t l Delta Pai ....... 324, 325 Sigma Lanlbda Pi . . . .N Delta Sigma Phi ... 366, 367 Sigma Nu ......... 1 . 4lf ,1 Delta Tau Delta 343, 349 Sigma Phi Epsilon .. ggi Delta Upailaii . 333, 339 Sigma Phi Sigma .. 1 ? Kappa Alpha 378 379 Sigaia.Pi ..... A "t" Kappa Alpha Phi .- 406 407 Sigma Tau Phi .. Kappa Nu ...... 392, 393 Sigma Zeta . . . J Kappa Sigma ...... 342, 343 Tee Delta P111 --- if Laj p Laiaihila Chi Alpha 376 377 Tau Epsllen P111 1 oiaiaiaii Alpha Tau 414 415 Theta C111 ------- 67, Phi Alpha ........ 402 403 T11ete.De1te Chi g g Phi Beta Delta .. 396 397 Theta Xi ------ Q52 p Phi Delta Theta .... 336, 337 Zeta Beta Tee - 1- ? p Phi Epsilon Pi .... ..,. 3 30, 381 Zeta Pet I 'PQ Phi Gamma Delta ., .... 332, 333 A W ' ' U ,151 11.31 e ,S ,, , I T, ie P N 111 Y fat iv, 11,1 Aa Page Three Hundred and Seventeen f 0 I C ' '. , . EL ,. , I I I - A ".ig1.E.. ...,..x...,...... 1 ..T ,,,,,,....,... - ..,. .. ...,. , L Th E I 9 2 gr R E C O R D J QR F., . . A I A- WY. J Biff' f 9 503 Reita 1BbI jfratzrmtp J W Q fih Qfta Q1tIJ81JtB17 TW 3453 WOODLAND AVENUE 0 If 51 . " Founded 1827. Established 1849. 5' li" y . Q3 " l FACULTY MEMBERS J OI-IN CADWALADER, A.B., A.M. CHARLES NATHANIEL DAVIS, A.M., M.D. Q' .1 E. HOLLINGSWORTH SITER, A.M., M.D. ARTHUR CHARLES HAWLAND, Ph.D. ISAAC A. PENNYPACKER, B.S., LL.B. JOHN CLAXTON GITTENGS, M.D. ,sy WILLIAM HENRY FURNESS, 3RD., M.D. ARTHUR H. HOPKINS, A.B., M.D. if gg ALBERT PHILLIP FRANCINE, A.M., M.D. CHARLES M. WHARTON, B.S., M.D. . :fy THOMAS W. HULWIE, B.S., C.E. ST. GEORGE L. SIOUSAT, A.B., Ph.D. if , ALEXANDER VAN RENSSELAER,-A.M. JAMES HAMILTON CHESTON, A.B., LL.B. , W4 T. FRANCIS CADWALADER ROBERT C. HILL - Vg.- .QL COURTLAND YARDLEY WHITE, 3RD., B.A. KNOX MCELWAIN, B.S., C.E. . ' JOSEPH LEIDY, M.D. fg b AG' gf? L ACTIVE CHAPTER " . GEORGE H. UHI.ER, 2ND. WILLIAM MORG.AN PHILLIPS SAMUEL H. COLLOM, 3RD. CHANNING FRANCIS LILLY, JR. 95" fl ROBERT DAFFRON JAMES GILBERT BALEOUR DAN. C. DONOGI-IUE, JR. JOHN RIDGWAY DEACON HOWARD DUANE WILLIAM GOODELL HENRY H. PIARROCKS, JR. HENRY S. NEEL A EDWIN E. C. LORD, JR. EDGAR A. SINGER HAROLD A. MCTIGUE HARRY JACQUES VERNER, JR. .J LAWRENCE W. ORB HENRY WHITE I ly WILLIAM A. ROLIN .JAMES WILSON ANDREWS 1 gi 456 FRANCIS J. TUCKER, JR. WILLIAM LEONARD BEARD gg ' FREDERICK C. WILLIAMS ROBERT HOWARD EISENBREY , 1 .43. WIL'LIAM W. BALL ASHLEY DUCKETT HARRIS lf HARIIY BRENT CHARLES HENRY HAYS 'QE EDWARD P. C. L. CUMMINC JOHN MILTON HAYS Q3 BOIS PENROSE, 2ND. ROBERT PETTIT HETHERINGTON '-Ia' REID MUNNIKHUYSEN SETH CALDWELL HETHERINGTON, JR. i gi GEORGE CLARK JENKINS CHARLES THOMAS MONK IQ' J S" T94 W "li T 15? '- R .UN I VER S I TY YLVANIA ..... ,, ..,. .. ,.....,. - ..,................... . .... .. .... . ..... . ....... , .,...... . ..... 1. . ......,. . ..... . . ..,.... ............ ..... . I ..... . , ........ G M .... A ....... Page Three Hundred and Eighteen Y ef-'WWF QE? P: ' - - , " - ' '- Tw 1 5 ' - N, ,. ' ,r 1 ul . The 1928 RECORDl - Q Q l . . .. Y . Q A .A fu 1 f . A gg? A AQ A" . gf i A . K' if 7 , , fx Sgr? .!,- A 4 . n U Q .leg M ' w - , 'gli w, iff , WJ ,' 'Kris E' - I , ix - X! MVA 'wa x wh -V , ' Y, fu ' '24 .qw - W U , f .L , r v V, .J ,4 WE A . - , H ' ew ' - - - .2 'C' 9 5925? . 14 "I V ,1 4. I f I r sq . PN M . 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'Sq f' r J Qigma Qlbafptet QA 'J 3337 WALNUT STREET 99- I Twenty-nine Chapters. Founded in 1847 at "Y New York University, New York, N. Y. ifyfaqi Established 1850 Q ? I X.. I b - 1 , LY? li H ALF df I Tryp' l QA3 r U I Q. , W. IN, tl A A I ti, I 'I' A I K T 22 T at Q I9 Q ? X ,M Ki ' ,H as ' Y , , I I NX I LQ A' I Cv 59: Q9 My . W 'QA fs. 9 26, ' . 5: im' U T ag- wif I QI .'Ie K-,W 'OTH' I: sr M ll' 5 f , IL L CHARLES WILLIAM ELDRIDGE FREDERIC LOUIS BORIE, JR. H. DUBARRY LYON ELAISON, M.D. FRALEY, M.D. SPARTA FRITZ, JR. .JOHN MCARTHLTR HARRIS, JR. CHARLES CURTIS HARRISON JAMES ALLEN MONTGOMERY F. CORLIES MORGAN ROLAND SLETOR MORRIS THOMAS RUNDLE N EILSON GEORGE WI-IARTON PEPPER WILLIAM PEPPER, M.D. CHARLES CHAUNCEY SAVAGE ACTIVE CHAPTER ROBERT W. BARKER JAMES L. BILLINGSLEA BEAUVEAU BORIE, III Seniors ALONZO G.AR'ILEY THOMAS S. GATES. JR. DAVID H. LUDLOW GERALD B. WEST CHARLES T. COWPERTHWAIT, JR. SYMINGTON P. LANDRETH, JR RICHARD W. FOSTER E. LEE GOLDSBOROUGH LANCELOT F. SIMS, JR. Juniors ROBERT L. LINGELBACH JAMES S. MONTGOMERY, JR. Snphomores DONALD ALEXANDER ROBERT BRIGHAM STANLEY B. COOPER JAMES K. DUKEHART BERNET J. CLARK WILLIAM V. EMORY JOHN M. HUERNER HENRHT P. PAGE WILLIAM HAINES HENRY P. MCINTOSII, 3d VAN DYKE QUEREAU ANDREW VAUCLAIN Freshmen JOHN H. POLHEMUS WILLIAM B. POLHEMUS HOWARD S. RUE, JR. XVILLIAM C. STOKES, JR. I , I I' . J 1 I . X A . .' As. uf I if R 5... V 2 ' if . n Y-N 1: ' " vi L uf T J .A Ji f CL- -R I I -E f 'J Q! fb! IKX Q I? " my I A" .5 3205! a , i . - m I Qs A .f TW". 1 L RgRMv,EIvAAw9QAfAAvAvAwaOgAAv1wmA4AgaP.O vv .. E vw LQ v, , nv T 1-,fu Am 1 we AT... . .... . .................... I ...,.. ............ ..... . . . ,....... I .... .. ....,..................... ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, ,Wm ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,.,, ,,,, . . ,,.., .... , . QUNIVERSITYO S, S ENNSYLVANIA L ,w,f ..... .... ........ L .... ...... . ................. . ..., .... . . ....... 2 . . ..... ...... . 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QA, If RAYMOND FREDERICK MULLER HENRY WILKINS SCHMIDT, JR. I All Rzghgggfji MILLER MOORE EDWARD ARTHUR TALBOT ,XI ., ,E .Wt Ik Juniors fs , , ? ,IIE NATHAN B. HUNT WILLIAM KABLE RUSSELL I TK +2 GEORGE MICHAEL LAWLER ROBERT JOSEPH SCHNEIDER ifggyj OLIVER DONALD NOBLE BIRNEY BATCHELLER TRUITT Q Yi WILLIAM SCHELL WHITEHEAD '15 F 2 'K SIN ' Sophomores . ' MONROE V AUSANT DILL WILLIAM AUGUSTUS K.0CH ik Q JOHN IQENNETH EASTON SAMUEL EUGENE IQUEN 1 Y, I, . . I 4 . HB. 29 U , I . ,J UI QW I Q' V I , . JOHN GEORGE HENRY PHILIP BERNARD HOFMANN ROBERT HOLLISTER JENNINGS SUDLER HOOD CHESTER 'BARRY PASSMORE WILUARD DANRIDGE PENDLETON RICHARD FREDERICK SEARS JOHN HAINES WARE, 3RD HARRINGTON ARNIT LEEDOM Freshmen WILLIAM CHARLES ALTMAN JOHN HERBERT BELAND ROBERT THOMPSON FOSTER NORMAN PAIGE EASTON HARRY BRAITHWAITE DAVIS JOHN HENRY HARRIGAN CHARLES HENDERSON, JR. HUBERT SWAIN NELSON JAMES DAVID NEVILLE JOHN FRANKLIN TEEGARDIN YN E S. 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HUSTON, A.B., M.D. . DIMNER BEEBER, A.B., LL.D. ELMER SANDER JOHNSON, B.A. . ' QA V, , GEORGE MORRIS COATES, A.B., M.D. H.AROLD HAVELOCK IQYNETT, B.S. It f ig STANLEY F. COOPER, A.B. ROBERT CHARLES LIGGETT, A.B., LL.B. I . 92 HENRY LAMAR CROSBY, A.M., Ph.D. WILLIAM FREDERICK MOORE, M.D. THEODORE JULIUS GRAYSON, LL.B. MATHIAS ADAM SI-IAABER, A.B. ki FREDERICK L. HARTMANN, A.B., M.D. STANLEY PULLIAM SHUGERT, A.M., Ph.D. RALPH A. YOUNG, B.A. ru. Sv . I I '- emors '1 ' 9 1 . ., ROBERT IROSE CARSON DONALD LATOUR MACLEA 'Q Q ' .ZF JOHN W. HYLAND ROBERT KENNETH MACLEA "lv 93' B M iff' lg, HUBERT GEORGE LANE DONALD EATH L ILLAR V JOSEPH LAWRENCE HEINL ROBERT HOLDEN SCARLETT, JR. RICHARD MORRIS WORRILOW T W". . E A A 1 if J Juniors ,137 ERNEST WALDEMAR BORKLAND SIDNEY STONE FIELD 551, NORTON POTTER BOWLER ALAN BIRNEY FISHER ,IAQ WJAIJTER DEAN BROWN JOHN OSWALD HALSTED W ESLEY ALLAN STANGER Zi' Sophomores T 1 . 2 I e 1, 'Egg CHARLES W. AUSTIN WARNER G. EARNSHAW GEORGE A. STEVENS ll! WILLIAM W. 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BOSSARD, Ph.D., M.A. LOUIS WALTER SEEGERS, B.A., M.A. JOHN ROBERT ZKLINE, Ph.D., M.A. MURR.AY SPITZER, A.B., M.A. ICARL GREENWOOD MILLER, Ph.D., M.A. LOUIS ALONZO YOUNG, B.S. 1 ALFRED HECTOR WILLIAMS, B.S. in Econ., M.A., Ph.D. I ACTIVE CHAPTER JH Seniors RALPH SHAY ESTUS DOUGLAS EDWARD MCNANIARA WARREN LESLIE HUNTER G FREDERICK JOHN PFEIFFER f5ffi2,' jm CHARLES SETH INGHAM JOHN TODD STUART STANWOOD CHANDLER SWEETSER I 184321 Juniors ,wif IQEENE ABBOTT HENRY HUGO LANCE ' MARVIN ALFRED ANDERSON EDWARD SCHAFER LAUGHLIN QQ WILLIANI HENRY ARMSTRONG ROBERT BINCHAM RAITHEL RICHARD HENRY BRAUE RICHARD HAZEN SAMPSON IJ". IQZI' VERNON EUGENE DUCKWALL EVERET JAMES STOCKMAN QT-Wiqijg ROBERT LOGKWOOD JONES HAROLD LIONEL YOH Ijyfffgfi Sophomores ALLYN LANDALE BAKER NORMAN MALCOLRI GEORGE WILLIAM IQUNZLER STUART WILSON PALMER II JOHN BEAVENS LEWIS JOHN BURKE SABLE MARK WELLINGTON LYONS DOUGLAS HAZEN SAMPSON A Freshmen WESLEY RAYNOLD ANDERSON JOHN ANIANDUS LUDERS HOWARD TAFT BERG CORNELIUS MALLORY V W 'H' ROLF NORBERT CARLSTEN EDWIN HARDIN CARLTON JOHN SOUTHAL CONNANT RUSSELL WHEEI.ER NILES WILLIAM HENRY NORRIS CARL HENRY PAGE, JR. an , F ., I H JOSEPH HAROLD DEVEAU ALLEN MORREL PRESTON Hk,,w,y, JOSEPH CRESSWELL DODSON RICHARD STOPHLETTE AMBROSE KOCH IQUNKLE EDWIN ESTABROOK WYELI,ER ELL ij PAUL GUY WOOSTER , I 5 4 241 ,ggi-fTtj4lxf"rf3. 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Q JQQQZIIQ FACULTY MEMBERS RQ WILLIAM MORSE BLAISDELL, A.B. ARTHUR H. RICHARDSON, A.B. '65 , Q GEORGE W. BAUMEISTER, B.S. in Arch. DANIEL BUSSIER SHUMWAY, P1I.D. I FLOYD ELWOOD ICEENE, M.D. EDWARD ADAMS SHUMWAY, B.S., M.D. F lf? . ROBERT R. MC. GOODWEIN, B.S. in Arch. J. VERNE STANFORD, B.S., M.E. E Y ' LAMBERT OTT, JR., B.S., LL.B. .JAMES M. WEST, 3RD., A.B., LL.B. , 5 ,I 2 ACTIVE CHAPTER JKEJISINJ I - GJ i Seniors I! F ALBERT MILTON GRAFMUELLER WILLIAM NELSON MEAD A EDWIN AUGUSTUS IQEEBLE I EDWIN SPENCER OWEN CABLE MANNING WILBUR MATTHEW PERRY .,,..f. E. CLARK MARTIN PAUL SIDNEY PROSS ff EDWARD ROBERT MCIQINLEYV JAY FRANKLIN STRAWINSKI, JR. it "1 JJ' I f Pm: In 'f 'VQFT I ,.-r. Juniors Q v'iyi,5J min' Hhxeum I 'fix HAROLD SIDNEY FASSETT BATES JOHN IQEATING, JR. 16, if 'V ff 2? I. 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THOMAS, A.M., M.D. ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors II If F .IL N ORDERT J. CLURE JACK F. CROFOOT HAROLD M. DARBY H. SPENCER EVANS J. DONALD BEAN EDWIN R. FAIT SAMUEL C. FISHER FRANCIS B. AYRES NIATTI-IEW G. BAILEY WILLIAM R. BANISTER HOWARD A. BAUMAN WALTER S. BELLAIRS LORD LA. CISNEY THOMAS J. BARRETT WALTER L. BLAKE JAMES L. BOYD ALDEN I. CLARK LAWRENCE G. CLARK EDWARD W. HAKE FINLEY B. HESS WALTER E. HOFFMAN EDWARD S. IRISH Juniors FRANK P. MULLICAN GILBERT R. OTT Sophomores PLINEY E. HARTENSTEIN DAVID W. HAYNES RICHARD B. HAYNES ALLEN U. HERR EUGENE H. JORDAN EDWIN F. IQOETSCH Freshmen RICHARD E. GENTLE FRANK E. HADNOT ROYAL S. HAYNES BENJAMIN C. HOLLER .-:.1'D.- ALBERT C. MACEE RICHARD M. SAMSON CLAIR A. QYEATON WALTER C. PINE PAUL J. SHEA FREDERICK F. WEISBECK WALTER W. MACAI LESLIE K. MILLER .JOSEPH B. MOUNT HOWARD W. SMITH IVINS C. WALKER HARRY L. WARREN CHARLES W. JUMP EUGENE M. MACDONALD WILLIAM H. ROASE HERBERT S. WOODS CLIFFORD N. WELLS I.. ,A I. .X '1l.i.:C. ' 'II If. . 5 . 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EQ Q 1 WALKER SMITH SHEA FAIT BEAN Orr MULLIGAN CISNEY NIILLER BANNISTER XVEISIBECK SAMsoN HAKE CRooEoo'r HOFFMAN YEATON Hzzss ,IRISH DAKBY JOHANSEN EVANS DELTA UPSILON 1 X, ix . Nix 1"-F' A M f A fb 1 Sfiliw - A W 1 A 1 ' ' x'FfG2.4ew. a-'ww-T 5SN f ' 1 1.25 . . .fihsm A 76 I ,X 5 V A . ---'17-'---"'-A-Y-K-AEA ---- f --"-'- 'j'--i+ggif',2pffgffiiffiffflsg'-Agif? ,,,, , .i:,:r"'A:L:iI1.L .L . L. L. .. -7,-L.-f--N-----r-LTLL--" Y.-..-.L. -..Y-. ....L..,.SQ.,T. YYYA -- ,-f-.f- A--1',,-i,!'9'c:'i-'fb12 .- 4: --fr ff-fr -ffm wg'-f . 4 ...Sq mi. ..,., ,.,. .x.. ,,, I -L . A p if sl- A- n X71 1 - Page Three Hundred and Thirty-nine ""'ff,'jQffL,f ifff1'Z1fffTQ'Z1I'gZiff.QT. 1. ""' " "W ' "Wan" L' M ' . FF? 1 4' ,gl ,y s I w xr? J 55 53' ' l .ne 'Q Q QA Q I . Y, N? L3 55 ll LN' ,. K. .LL A-.L XSXQQ1 fx Mg rw we Sf A A F ai. C9235 ..'1 ff L? I Ki 15 Q ' I Q2 ,i .VW 1 5, ,i.,,gl.f A fiiz .261 mv A gf!" 7 I J . ' I . 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MIL'1'0N HANIOND STANSBURY, A.B. RICHARD SAUNDERS STOYLE, Ph.B., LL.B. ROBERT GRANT TORREY, M.D. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS WEIDERSHEIM, A.B., LLB. WILLIAM CHATTIN WETHERILL, Ph.B., LL.D. Z-ALBERT DIIABER WHITINC, M.D. ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors FRANCIS IRVIN CURTIS BERTRAM POWELL MOORE GEORGE FOSTER SANFORD, JR GEORGE ALEXANDER CADE HENR1' ALEXANDER ROWAN, 3RD WILLIAM JASPER SIMS Juniors LUCIUS ARCHIBALD IXNDREW, JR. EDWARD GORDON ASHLEY ALBERT MOIRRIS DILWORTH CASSEL WILLIAM MINOT CLARK JOHN MORRISON CLEMENTS ROBERT I-IOMAN CRAFT JOHN NEGENDONK BALI, .JOSEPH WASHINGTON BEALE ROBERT HARVEY BOLTON JAMES ALEXANDER BLIEDUNG .JAMES GIBBS FIELD KLENTON ROWE FLINT WALTER ROBER'1' BLIEDUNG BERNARD AUGUSTUS TOWELL Sophomores WESLEY JLIURLBURT GARNER RICHARD MORE IQEATOR FRANCIS JOSEPH ICELLY EDGAR ALAN MASCPIAL ROBERT NICHOLAS MITCI-IIZLL Freshmen ROYAL DOUGLAS GREGG ELI EICHELEERGER FRANK DORAN GRAHAM WILLIS NATHANIEL MILLS CHARLES STOWE MYERS JAMES TOWNSEND SELLERS FREDERICK JEROME SCHROEDER, JR. WILLIAM LLOYD SAGENDORPH LEIGHTON PAXTON STRADLEY, JR GUSTAVE ADOLPHE VANLENNEP GEORGE AUGUSTUS VARE MARRIOTT CORTES W EDSTER ALBERT COOK WOODRUFF NORMAN ALFRED REEIQS J-Qrgfdk X jIf'klg..I fJ Y- if AI. .I Y A SE? Lyra V: B AH 2 'fgI'lJ7'f'l QM' I, fax . HMA' .IIAIIX-I . 'WIREII ' CJJJ-J. If A A . LW' .Ah ,Q Q-'ax xx - 1311 X QL' 'I Cf II .IIIIQN 'I Jlv . . ' im A "I--uf T- IIS! 'A I va . I f"f?11- y JWCEC. fl? 11 ' -I' ' F' 'I ,I 1" II, , A: I., .I .Lg EV' 'J'-I J'4',"'1wI, I I, MMI: fr r, ' uk'- .' QW! I 1.x H . I , J r I .5 . :QI 61'ifTP1'E 1 I' 'Z I: ,I .' ,I 5' . if,I,3,.W,. Zfkfugiffhf J - WS.. . 'Wi' a.. A "QCA ' ,-CaI.'.+' .1,Qj?L- 1 2 Y-JE? Yi IJJQR .R .K I fyzffggqj. 13? Jw? 4 EM' 553 4 6 Eqyffff Ri' JA. Q. A T L" l x 'H 4 B" lv Il K Q . 412 I N CARL JOHN WILLIAM CLEGG, JR- .JAMES HUGHES IQNOWLES BASIL DOUGLAS ROBINSON I FRANKLIN J. COLLINS. JR. MAURICE DANIEL LARKIN, JR. BENJAMIN CHARLES TARER f wifi 1. RALPH RICHARD EICHELEERGER RICHARD M. MILIIER HENRY DEFOREST WRIGHT I ' ,QI I f J QSM J. RICHARD RANCK 5.2 'el if N L , - fi , 3 A V +2 , XSEILERSC fm if "Tim,-L.- Y 'iff A-f EAS1'?s'fAX-if,-A"'fL"5iJliiffrfif-. . . . 'i"Lf-r-:f-.Tf,-'- -.-A .4 ,I,. I " I ,K Rf K I 'Y' 'T - -ffffff' Yfvfw-fffvfn 11- KY- vw if-f:-iv-H-0-vwfff-'ffm Y Efg5,.,q1,,T ,vp-.-,S-.iq-f,v,1:S-1.1-111-ff-A-,vmwr-n-HSwv-1-rr'-www'---fw -v1-fwffv'-TrvI1'rw1 f'W'1'1fI'?, I T7 jf. 'A' :Ti iff EP? 'f J' 'V' 7 ICR, N EQ EET .. L-LJ....4g-...Ll.-I-..i.g,....gLLLLLA .. ..... .LL Iii. 'i1L4I4LIL..Le..f1.-ii Page Three Hundred and Forty E61,15.'5TJI5EIZg13i.gi3r, 1 Q, A ' .LW 1 ,, ' vi Q Q! f-jx ,378 gpg, II' f f-ffi ,-ff-fp .-ITT:-:?Tf::iT?'itT:f I" X I 11,1 -II I-AI' I. ,I IT," ' " ', I I, Q, IE 1::?+?ai1fQz:::,E- LI-I 'AW wr 'H Q K 'C' C' C U 7 N K 'uw A II I II.IgIpIiiIII sg .I ' I I I Iffiif ff Gy .xii ' fuQQI'SEsiYE ,I , If ,lL.,1II 4 2 'If-Aff-Iss cf I 19554. 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U N ,l , , J YA- Y ,J .J kappa bmgma jftatermtp . g ' X ' A 1 1 QM if 7 Q -S ' Qllpha cIEp511Dn Qtlgapter Q3 3 1 wg, I 3706 LOCUST STREET ag' Z1 " ll I .4 "-S. 'P' Aw Fl: R4 pn: '7' .' ' f-f. One Hundred and Three Chapters. Founded in 4x 1869 at University of Virginia. 'Q fiJeg,3'. Established 1892. T1 5 . .4 ' I .,-, it HIT uk 5 -fxiiifil W ' NX ' 51,4 iii I - 3. I. I e I fx ' g'5:-V51 7 ' ,tw-,5,f, S. FACULTY MEMBERS A t 1 -bA,gf"yj5 ALFRED CARLETON ANDREWS JOHN ROBINS HART, A.M. 1. JAMES FURNAS BOGARDUS ARNOLD K. HENRY, M.A. Eif,ff'.-Qi? GEORGE HOWARD EHLERS, M.E. LEWIS HENRY IQIMMEL , YjEf"i'l : H W fjvfaw PAUL GEMMILL, A.B. GEORGE WILLIAM MCCLELLAND, A.M., Ph.D. fhijj :hx A OLIVER EDMUND GLENN, A.M., Ph.D. FRANCIS HUGH SHIELDS, A.B., LL.D. gg' F. xv" I '. ' 5.1. fix" ' A Q' wx'-Wg! I A Z1 X1 ACTIVE CHAPTER X W, Seniors V, H, EA 1 435531 SUMNER DAVIS GEORGE KINGSTON CYRIL STEIN ,, Q wi :gf 'I A ?g I'?,fiRy S. JOHN DIELENSCHNEIDER GEORGE MAHANEY RICHARD THOMSON P 'R I ESWARD HENNESSEY WILLIAM LUKASWITZ WILLIAM TITZEL ., f' ,015 ' ' glsmly T. DOUGLAS JOHNSON CAIRO TRIMRLE ' A uniors QQ I A A ' FRED DEARDOREF SAMUEL GARVIN JAMES PADGETT LUIN DEXTER JOHN HOCH CHARLES SCHANLEY ti J. ROLAND FIERO NORMAN MARSHALL WALLACE TAIT i l THORNTON TRAVIS 'gf Vigij.. 1 ' 'A ' ' sw I Sophomores 'gif C5535 . .--:' ALBERT B. BRODBECK M. H. MCCONNELL, JR. FRANK A. POWELL ALBERT C. FISHER MAITLAND A. MCHENRY WILLIAM F. ROWLAND , RUDOLPH H. JACOBSEN EDWARD P. O,REILLY BYRON A. SLAUGHTER, JR. M. A I JOHN L. UTZ F . JH . ll A 17 Q 6 TSS men ' I' ZOE JOSEPH W. ARCIER RICHARD T. BURROUGHS WILLIAM JOHN NOONAN V GEORGE A. BAKER WILLIAM G. CARLSON PERRY M. OLIVER WALLACE L. BLANCHARD FRANK J. KEEGAN JOHN A. OLSEN ROBERT W. BULL ROBERT H. KING BENJAMIN W. STRICKLAND gf CHRIS BURKHARDT FRANK C. LAGOSTE ARTHUR CLAYSON SWALLOW, JR. A HEI 1'QT"" I J "R asf' f f. ' EDWARD H BURRITT GERAI.D A. 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' 'Q "' 1 "-' Q, ' , ' " .A 'L-,Q f: I f'- , 'Q ' Eixfx 1'-fl, I X ,. i ' Q L if'2'ff2g-,!'.,.tf7 H ' 1-,, 1 ' ' 3?-if A ', f!5ZJ: X' QTY' ff-' 1- Ee-515152 43755 I 4: U 42 . ,et-A m A ,R I J -7 wg. Q! 43525. .44,,a,-R , .. ' .. IA 3319 WALNUT STREET , ff' if ,.g2f3 R HIT," , :R -Rf , Aw?-Ri .. ' :R Q Ia'-'j "" ii:,'?d:,' 3- X QQ, ijt! '71 - ,HR T ffilfxgk, kj if is: . . '1 f"". T .gggfj 2-1,5gQjQ1f"! -if Nznetv-one Chapters. Founded In 1869 at V19-J3jj,'I . - RA- A - - 'ff I 33 0. liz - - - . - I-.ml ..- ' l ,gif f,.A A -'-' , R Vlrgmza Mfzlztary Instztute, Lexmgton, Va. ,,I.-W-f I Lwqffi IW " Am Establzshed 1894. ig W -1a-- FACULTY MEMBERS ALLAN CHESTER, A.B. GEORGE EVERETT LETCHWORTH, JR., A.B JOHN HARVEY, M.D. JOHN HENRY REINERS, JR., A.B. HOWARD TI-IRUNE HOVDE, B.S. in Econ. ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors EDWIN T. BAILEY PERKINS H. BAILEY ROBERT R. COOKMAN, J FRANK E. IQIEFER WILLIAM B. IQRAFT, JR. WALTER A. LOWE GEORGE H. BARTH EUGENE J. DALY R. Juniors PAUL T. MEYER RALPH H. RICE, JR. LAWRENCE B. RUSSELL ALLEN W. SAWYER S. ALAN SLOAN, JR. DEAN C. WILSON ALFRED C. EDWARDS CARROLL B. FOSTER GORDON S. MILLER L 'fififf 55fqyf7?A I A IX J R,Ig7,r we Q pf! '. 1, 'ffftll ': I Q T I. J, A f'l'."-W! I1-1'?'Q"'. HX 1 -.5 . 3 ,fi wifi ' '-YW I, I TQQ ' I :J JI. I HELQQ' Q -.ff 02111 1 Q iflfv? ik T "Qin A -AN ,fx ' ix., fwfr, . if-I 1 fl '.:'1C11'.'1 I , . . 1 EARTH'-'V. ' 'fm 1! I QQLJK 1 P, . lf' 5 A .11-51, WQIQHQ IQ I A ,A -I H- A . 15 JY' ' Sophomores fxgf ' ' 1?-.Exj EDWARD T. COX HARRY E. HUSTON, JR. FREDERICK W. DEGENHARDT, JR. WILLIAM D. LILLEY TUQH PAUL R. FOIGHT. JR. JOHN F. MCFEATTERS LESTER F. GRIER JOHN C. MENIHAN ieilv ,I ALBERT GRIFFIN A. WARREN ROGERS I . ,I PIENRY W. WICIQENHISER A C fx 35 . J F reshmcn MAXURICE V. CANAVAN EDWARD C. LOGAN ggi' EDWARD B. CRAVEN ELLIS G. MINNER A Wpwpj IQEITI-I P. CUMMINCS GEORGE MORNINCST.AR STEPHEN H. DROEGE HOWARD R. BETTING I - Q9 EDWARD L. GRUBER RICHARD W. ROWDEN .5 H3 ROBERT C. HAROBINE WALTER T. SHELDON EFA HOWARD IRWIN WAYNE A. SYKES I R55 RICHARD C. IQNERR JACK B. TRENT ' , WARREN LANE JOSEPH R. TREW MAR1'IN TRAYNOR 1. I Z' ' . A I -- I . - .... , " SJDJ T' "J' ' JD'J' ' DTJT"""'T'T"T' "'A T565 'JDT .A - .. I L iz. 'LQ T I 'J-l fi' -.1.' 5 I L A. lx TRI M, .AGL 5? Q, L A-:l1i1'::'::::i5iii.'h"."f'::..'iiiifZL"4Ri: " ' "I" SGH" -' 'Ai ' "Q, "'J' l'f?'1"'MfU'L4i1fZl' ' ' Page Three Hundred and Forty-four 1 EQ E N E , - N, EEEE ...... ,,,f:.,mff::ff ,A,,. g 4,,,g,-,Q 'Ti L QyQinVf,3LnLwLJo1LTu,lLn,wLu4rf5Qw.11LwLgg LL Qi 4 y Qgg: L, L A-by Lgff gf5mmEglQigF-lgggflbfggwg,ygwgg-gf, ga ---ff - -f 5 - - f -Y -L --Yf -Q ' - - if f--f--.-L.,:E.1-7- .:fii"i i:iW'.',l Yip, ? .1 ,L V, ,L Aw ,A,, EW, L 5:33 W4 54kfi:Q1H Q 4 1-Saba!! QQ E ' 5- Hi---.55 . . xxf 5 X E' A W rX N 2? C of n afkflw 2 -L. -. SQfZ74'xl I ,N L lik-at 1 ,-pda? I ' -vJ,f .', Y ,iw :I 5536! 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U A V L W-.J .EFL 3357 f .137 A I ,IV V 'P I I. E RQI ,lr CPF A .,,, , rc W A 'N iff' if 5:5312 ef. .,,. A.. V A MH,-fry 'E f. X- ,..f I.. - I. . .GU f . C ff. E RE .522 HJ If I flag MI E.. ,: ,.' -, .I.' .. ,-. A I .1-LA WYJIS A ' S ,. .W Y I ..I A A7 V . I RE, 14" EQ X., if J if rw QR A 4 tif' . 1 I . QI TV JT. .I A 'mt Vi 'X J- S I' --R' I, Kg? IN? J I ..Q1Ul,' IM pr.. RI. ,Im is KEKU W 4' 4. L R M 13 R W Iskgg ... ....,, ..,........,. L 'U ,fffeifffii-5-gf'-iE1'o. I Sie I I A i ?iH?iHHHiMe192L RECOR .WWE Q pba Qtbm isbn jfratermtp -- .- EK-.-4-H-41,.-A I f 1 fgefi i 390' 19131 QEUHPW 219 SOUTH THIRTY-SIXTH STREET W .f Q' A- 'f ' 1 .. , - :.3'.-If A v,- ' I T hi s , If I2 . -' , 1 . 1 1 Founded 1895. Established 1896. i 5 I, ,. , ,v, FACULTY MEMBERS 31. I I V C' I U gf Q . A 4 .sf nj, QU, . B Aix ' 39. rv . YP' Yi' QE U 6 v lr D . lv '!I , I .. .I - ' uf 5 1 v 1 A Ky ' 6 . ,-- Q A' ROBERT VINCENT BOLGER, B.S. in Econ. EDGAR LEROY POTTS, A.B., LL.B. LEE NELSON GULICK, B.S. in M.E. ISAAC J OACHIM SCHWATT, Ph.D. JOHN ROBINSON HUGGINS, A.B. PERCY VAN DYNKE SHELLY, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. YH, GEORGE ARTHUR MACFARLAND, B.S. in Econ. OWEN LOUIS SHIM, B.S. in Chem., Ph.D. PHILIP CHILDS PENDELTGN, 'B.S. in Econ. HAROLD SAEGER STINE, A.B. if TREVOR BREWSTER YATES, A.B. 'IN . ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors HAROLD A. EDLUND EDWARD S. LANNING - KENNETH G. FAHS J. BOWDEN NORTHROP LESTER F. LANGE HENRY 0. NORTON X A Juniors I PAUL K. ADDAMS RICHARD L. DOLE GEORGE W. MCCOY, JR. W CHAS. A. ALLEN ALFRED G. ENGELHARDT EDWIN MCELHINNEY 5 JOHN A. ARCHER JOHN C. GREGORY JOHN MULLEN ROET. B. ARNOLD EUGENE J. GUENARD HERBERT N. SCHWATT f WM. B. BOYER RALPH R. JASPER WM. A. THOMPSON A ,KJ J. ROBT. DODGE REUEL S. KAIGHN DANI-'ORTH S. WALKER RAYMOND J. IQERNER . I So homore N QII A P S , R JOHN T. BEDDOE JOSEPH A. MONROE, JR. SNOWDEN EBLING BENTON C. MULLIKIN ARMSTRONG J. FREDERICK WALTER L. REICHARDT RAPHAEL G. HERNANDEZ EDWIN H. SCHADT MALCOLM W. MILLER ROBT. P. 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I I Established 1900 A , M592 T A FACULTY MEMBERS ff E2 I THOMAS CONWAY, JR., Ph.D. SIDNEY SANDERSON, M.A., Ph.D. WY I . I JAMES HERBERT HORNADAY, B.S. In Econ. LEIGHTON PAXTON STRADLEY, LL.B. AQ, ,M JOHN FINTON HUMES, A.B., M.A. G. LLOYD WILSON, A.B. x 92535231 IQARL WILLIAM HENRY SCHOLZ, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. PERCIVAL M. WILSON, C.E. lff'Tf253 . 5 ACTIVE CHAPTER N1 4 ,xl 'f A . Semors CARL SHIPMAN ANDERSON BENJAMIN NELSON GUNNING WILLIAM BERNER ANDERSON WILLIAM T. HAGERTY 11Q.fQ,'f5l JAMES ABBOTT FYRATT WILLIAM ERNEST IQENDRICK IRVING LIVINGSTON W. GLONIGER NORMAN EDWARD MALONE -RAI. GORDON SMITH .1-11.3, I LLLHA 'K-.mm ,JI I iv' I"-'ff . XII IP Junzors A ?lfZl?fji JOHN EDGERLY BARNES WILLIAM ANDREW LINDELOW JAMES STEWART BECKLEY JOHN PLAKIAS JEROME K. CHENEY ARTHUR BROWN POOLE Qjljf I' CHARLTON ROGERS IQEY THOMAS CLIFF WILSON f HENRY IQNOWLTON ICEY JAMES BIEHL ZELLER X-'QS I lj I Sophomores LAWRENCE LITCHFIELD CLARKE FREDERICK E. GIBSON f ' I JOSEPH S. 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J I SQ, 1 , , , ' Sigma Qllpba flipstlnn jfmatmnltp I, rf' I 153 ag 4 K ,JI EPUUBYIDHUJH Theta QEDEIJJWL T 2 , J 'iv if 4 3908 SPRUCE STREET 1' ' 6 -io-o-+-- Lg S. . 'JA- One Hundred Chapters. Founded In 1856 at University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Established 1901 ' ii? A S I3 FACULTY MEMBERS, . ' V T21 DONALD R. YOUNG, AB., AM., Ph.D. L ROBERT B. MITCHELL, B.S. in Econ. 'vm I1 J. L. JONES, A.B. f. I. J J I ACTIVE CHAPTER .. . .I FRANK GORDON BLEE, JR, JAMES MCGINNIS MONTGOMERY CHAPMAN DANIEL MERRICIC F,- Mripiq' J DAMON CHURCH THOMAS PRATT, JR. EUGENE CONNELL JOHN SHILLINGFORD QQALQ5 WILLIAM COTHRAN SAMUEL THOMAS vg 4, J JAMES CUSH WILLIAM THOMPSON EMIL FORMAN CYRIL WAGNER j' MARSHALL LEWIS RICHARD WIER - Lf. ' .,,.,- i lv-fgg-1. 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NITZCHE, LL.B. g f ' 1 1 LELAND JAMES GORDON, B.S. in Econ., M.A. GWILYM EMYR OWEN, Ph.D. I JT :V 5 GEORGE HARVEY HALLETT, Ph.D. ROBERT RIEGEL, Ph.D. WILLIAM D. HARIQINS, A.B., LL.B. LEON ELKANAH SMITH, B.S., M.A. 7 xi QA WILLIAM ROY HOCKENBERRY, A.M. PHILIP SAMUEL STOUT, M.D. WJ 5 SOLOMON S. HUEBNER, M.S., Ph.D. JOSEPH JOHNSTON SUTTON, B.S.- in Econ. -il .ww V 9 6.5 DAVID B. JEREMIAH, A.M. JOHN REINERT WHITAKER, B.S. in Econ. I JOHN FRANCIS JEREMIAH, B.S. in Econ. FRED DICKSON WOOD, D.V.M. A 1, '. TRW . I E Aww ACTIVE CHAPTER ,Eg 'I Seniors F 'FEET E JOHN R. BELL ALEXANDER G. HARRIS ' FREDERICK H. CLARK GEORGE G. PARKE SAMUEL S. DIEHL JAMES I. H. STINE Mr ' , , GORDON W. F INDLEY H. WARDEN WILSON Qi f A L - 1. r . if Q 55 QQ Juniors ', 9 .,s - 3 ' ARTHUR D. COLLINS THOMAS A. JOHNSON L' , u ' if ZEHNDER H. CONFAIR TRONDER H. JOHNSON II ' Q5 WALTER A. DOMANN JOSEPH R. MCFATE FREDERICK W. WPIIT1'LESEY ISE- mi- Lb! Fr, H y -I AQ' . Sophomores I , "I . ff RUDOLPH J. HOFER GEORGE W. 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ACTIVE CHAPTER ' 1 f X ' I' 'vnu Senwrs If A 1 ffff HOWARD TRUOG BRENNER FORD MCDERMOTT MAR'IIN ' H.7K.fafI -P jf ROBERT GRANT FARRINCTON AUCUSTUS HAR1'JE RIDDELL P I-.,ff' M'-. , 1 - ERNEST AI,BERT FARRINCTON MAHLON ICEISTER ROBB HERBERT VINCENT LOESCH NORMAN WOODWARD 12 A' I , ,A QATAR in 1 A Ffiiiililw J MQ? MALCOLM LEROY HAZEL BIRCH BIDDELL PHILLIPS MERWIN WILLIAM JENNINCS ERNEST HARVEY SLAYBAUCH J, A CHARLES EDWIN IQLINE JOHN FREDERICK STUEMPFLE J 034. wif 'X I RSV T ir Sophomores I iff A l' I -4 - ILP EZRA VICTOR BOYER HAROLD CALVIN ICJLPATRICIG er. A ,il f 'wg 1 H . Q5 Q IU.. r ERBERT JACOB BUECHER WILLIAM WOODS MURRAY :Ik y - I RALPH EARLE DEMENT WILLIAM BOOTH SETTLE 'vi g' ALFRED WILLIAM HESSE ROBERT ALEXANDER STREET g f SAMUEL GRAVATT JACKSON ROBERT S. 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CLYDE LYDON IQING, A.M., Ph.D. GORDON HADDON CLARK, A.B. . ERNEST MINOR PATTERSON, A.M., Ph.D. CLARENCE ARTHUR IQULP, A.M., Ph.D. FORREST B. ASHBY, A.M., Ph.D. WILLIAM NEGLE LOUCKS, B.S., A. EDWARD POWELL BAILEY JAMES LOUIS BARREN ROBERT FRANKLIN BROWN ROSCOE BASIL BUZZELL ALAN CORSON, 2ND. DANIEL ALTEMUS D,AMOUR ROBERT CAMERON HUTCHISON PAUL 'IRWIN BERTRAM JAMES LACKY CRAWFORD C. WOODFORD DAYTON DAVID WALTON EVANS, 2ND. EDMUND CARR BUCKLEY HAROLD EUGENE CARNAHAN FORD RYERSON JENNINGS CHARLES EDWARD :KRAMPF GEORGE HOWARD WALTON, ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors HENRY FRANCIS LEUTHOLT MORLEY PAUL'LUTZ WILLIAM FOSTER MCICENNEY JOHN WILLIAM MENCH HENRY ALEXANDER MILLER EDMUND JACOBY OERTER ARMAND JOSEPH PEARTREE GEORGE ALBERT RODEMAN Juniors LE ROY JOHN HEPBURN ROBERT EMORY HITCHINS WILLARD GRANT LAUTERBACH PAUL VINCENT MURPHY WILLIAM OTTEY Sophomores GEORGE WALDEN MACLAUGHLIN FRANK W. MCCLATCHY, ZND HAROLD CHESTER MORGAN GEORGE MAHON NEIL B.S. MALVIN WALTER RUNYON GEORGE JOSEPH SCHREINER, 3RD. 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CAHN PAUL L. EPSTBIN DAVID G. FELDSTEIN D. EDWARD FRANK I-IERMAN CLICK STANTON B. GOLDMAN GUSTAVE G. AMSTERDAM PAUL DIBNER J ARED FAULB IRVING GLANTZ 1930 BENJAMIN M. HORN JOSEPH T. MAROOLIN NORMAN PETOW FRANK ROSENTHAL SEYMOUR N. SIEGAL DAVID WOLFE MAC A. PKIRSHNIT HOWARD SAVITZ ALBERT S. TANDLER RICHARD. WAGNER 1' 1 . , 1, . I I .a ' If 4' , 'C' .5 'B 11, Q3 1 I' Nr' l :ja EE r Vi! . QQ 'P' 1:1 I l 331' 6 . 3,3 I W' ,ku f f YV Nr U 22+ :V g pm ff' 1 Q4 H J 5' 'ififm rp, ,' -I . N . I E K5 1 . I 'ce 6' f Q A QQM IRA A. BALL ERNEST MEYERS 1' ' ,P . 1 ' A U, ADOLPH CHERTOCK DANIEL ROBBINS RQ ' I ' I Im E . ARTHUR GOLDSTEIN ROBERT ROSNER I ii A W .S i " I' JOHN M.AYER BERTRAM SHERMAN A VPU J EDMUND SPIERS I H N QS H fag 4 lg 6 Q T1 1 I1 . xl I - 'nf ' .ffl 34? gi A I If A s ff .N Q 5' gf?-'X4w:HRg,QgIy7'3Qw:oOIJ2io5oRD L 9 ? A O W R ,...N. ,T. .,.,.,, .... I ,,,. . ,,,,. ., ,... ,,,, ...,., , , ..,.. ,,...... . 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RSI I1 Juniors Fu' M,ffjf'5, X N.elQq jliN MORRIS EPSTEIN IRVING LEHMAN I pfiiw MILTON FINKEL BERNARD ROSE ik egg 'heigii ALEX GAMM MILFORD SALNY 56352 - ' ' I ,A V03 H !r A MORRIS GAMM JACOB WEINER 5131 QQ NATHAN GREISLER SOL. WEISER E I S-1' NPN . I LAWRENCE WURMAN Agri . C 1,71 X J XB ' A -I' I , ,gh Z Sophornores 5,1 A ,tx f L Q EDWARD BECK BENJAMIN LICHTENFELD ' rv F ,L IRVING COOPER NATHAN PITEL Q xi :fr HARRY HESS MEYER SAMUELS K? ' 1 . 1 b 'Q , 1 -3 WL nk- Freshmen 'f Eff? ' V Q, MOZART ALINIKOFF SAUL LIEB if . 'ig A ISADORE CIMMET SAMUEL NEISTAT Q I , . K ? I MAX DUBNOEE HENRY RABINOWITZ I I 20' I HAROLD KEAN HUGH J. Ross " To 5 5 - Af! if X' Os" 1 L, , , We I - 4 . W 3 ' YYY Y Y Y i W . .,,,, ... S + - ,..,,.e.. ., b , E "" M' -W ..,..,.. , nm ,,.. A ,,,.,. . . . 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EMIL DOERNENBURG, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. saw Yfs I, , ! ,R T-S72 - his gg ACTIVE CHAPTER Seniors WARREN A. BAXTER JOHN Y. MACE 'J' WALTER S. BECK RODOLPHE S. MELSON 'Q I ij A . 1 . PAUL F. DONATH RICHARD S. PALMER , CLARENCE DOUD CLAUDE K. SCHEIFLEY I CHARLES L. WILBAR, JR. KIHQ , I! ' M J ' I W X r unlors , K! , RICHARD D. BISHOP THOMAS E. MANNING 'jf CHARLES W. BOHMER, JR. DAVID C. REED, JR. J .E CARL E- BOHN JKURT O. RUNGE K1 'fix V JOSEPH C. CASSEL STERLING H. SCHULTZ Q RICHARD W. DONNELLY CHRISTOPHER L. SNYDER 1 ,If LOUIS F. FLOGE ALFERD S. WARNER g f 'Q' J CLYDE F. HILL HARRY V. WILLIAMS, JR. I f GEORGE M. JEUCH JOHN F. WORMAN A" ' . ' I 'Q Rfk . lx NIE - 2. I S h 'J-5 " is op omores X . .I K JOHN L. HANSELL GEORGE E. IQEEFE wb M. DONALDSON HENDERER JACOB F. KNECHT J , ,Q RAY E. HOTTENSTEIN HENRY C. JVIARKS I . like I HARRY F. IRWIN HOWARD L. MCCORMICIC fili 'YQ' A Freshmen J 'fi U' .1 A 1'-K9 'AQ A ARMAND J. ANDRE VICTOR PAUL, JR. .W I EUGENE MACG. ENGLISH LESLIE E. REED -Qt. 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' " , ' SEN 1 K , ,Q ,..- ' A ?'-2 b uf "-11 ' -'-- ....- jj Hdd GU LF P U M P S-anywhere dealer or service station are heacon lights of service and quality-courteous attendants, prompt and efficient, make it a pleasure to purchase GULF products That Good Gulf Gasoline Gulf No-NOX Motor Fuel Supreme Motor Oil Combined with SUPREME MGTOR GH. either of these gasolines insures power and mileage-fill your tank change your oil and note the im' provement in your motor. At the Sign of the Grange Disc GULF REFINING COMPANY d Th y X at 2 QSERVI EWYQ IXLITY1 A 1 Before Graduation and After Success in life is largely dependent upon personal ap' pearance. Wellftailored clothing is invaluable to any rnan-in college or out. UNIVERSITY CLOTHES SHOPS custom made garments have proven their Worth during your college career. Let them help you Win success in the World of the future. Tltlnihersitp Qilntbes 5130115 3 705 Spruce Street 1336 Walnut Street clwlldf the College Man Will Wear" WEYMANN Ban jos-Guitars-Manclolutes Ukuleles ,fx r 1 ilf,..".A,'g h 1 l ,iyyiiltillilllll all- -.J 'VNS' -. h a f, . Xe' vi' fiiziz r' A ' ,qi . . al W 222913290 - e l 1108 Chestnut St. .Uaiz'zzfacz'-urerx for over 50 years L. G. BALFOUR CO. 101 So. 13th St. Philadelphia, Pa. Fraternity lnsignia-fafuors- programs Call Pen. 2755 BALDWIN S. BROWN VAN HQRN Sr SON ESTABLISHED issz Theatrical Coxtamers Costumers to the Leading Colleges-University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Princeton and many others. Caps ana' Gowns to Rent 12th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Page Four Hundred and Thirty-two W ESTABLISHED 1818 wa!! , G euilemfnlg HfUiKhiUg nnfrzi, MADISON AVENUE COR. 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Bovnsrou C o u N 'rv R o A n 220 B:u.:vu: Avenue Page Four Hundred and Thirty-three The McDaniel Steam Trap 5. is the dividing line be- tween steam and water. -.2 Steam c a n n 0 t How throughg water cannot stay ing and the cost is Small. r if ' 'v in-.glial ff- i ' LQ :Q Ui VV-ATSON 82 MCDANIEL CO. H6 N. NI2ll'SllLlll Street Philadelphia. Pa. Exclusive Footwear College Men's Clothes 'Yi ED, JL lKO1LlLHCOlFlF 3611 Woodlaiid Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Wfhete Bohemian Philadelphia Meets C uh llaiido 525 S. Broad Street To Dine To Dance To Be Entertainecl Plione-Walnut 7688-89 Efficient and Comteous Serfuice You Will Find at The Plaza Garage 2027 -39 Sansom St. WHELAN Tailors MUFTI and GULF CLQTHES 1215 Walnut Street 2nd Floor DGRMITGRY HAND LAUNDRY Cleaning-Dyeing-Pressing 3 707 Sptuce St. Philadelphia Page Four Hundred a nd Thirty-four An Account at the First National ls an Asset to the man in college, and to the mari who has graduated, As Benjamin Franklin said, "The use of money is all the advantage there is in having moneyfi The Centennial has served the University for over fifty years, and the character of its service and its complete banking facilities have earned for it many customers among the faculty and student body. While the Centennial Crlice is conveniently near the University, it may be more conf venient after graduation for the student to use another of our centrally located orlices. FIRST NATKDNAL BANK of Philadelphia Three Cyices in Three Major Locations Broad Street Ctlice Main Cflice Centennial Cfiice Broad and Sansom Streets 315 Chestnut Street 32nd and Market St eets Pg F H d .1 fl Thmy.fzve THE WEST PHILADELPHI TITLE A ID TRUST COMPA Y 38 Years of Seasoned Experience COMMERCIAL AND CHECKING .ACCOUNTS SAVING FUND DEPARTMENT TITLE INSURANCE -SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE 205 Interest on Checking Accounts LIWQ Interest on Savings Accounts Capital, Surplus and Profits, 51,500,000 Resources foverb . . . . 10,000,000 Trust Funds Qkept separateb, 6,500,000 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYS-TEM NIEMBER PHILADELPHIA CLEARING HOUSE Walnut, at 36th St. Lancaster Ave., at 40th Page Four Hundred and Thirty-six Organized 1829 as Nam Cash Capital 31,000,000 x , , 49 it . lan I N -rg. K ,., ll ' f 1 ll News 59 Ns r xv f -N, xx rf '06 l gg, xx qL'lLADi95y . "You may delay, but Time will not"-Benj. Franklin The name of Franklin for more than a century has meant to Americans the highest type of industry, thrift, loyalty, protection from disaster, Wise counsel and sound philosophy of methods and practice. Likewise the name of The Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia for ninety-nine years, or very nearly a century, has stood for the highest type of Fire Insurance as a protection to industry and thrift against the disaster of Fire and other causes of loss of created values and material resources. The Franklin Fire llnsiuurance Company of PHILADELPHIA CHARLES L. TYNER, President Main Ofnce 421 VVALNUT STREET Central Office, 1236 Locust Street Camden Office, Wilson Building ' FRANK IBIRUTHERS r BEASTQNQS lE'11fthAvennelHinntSlhnp Between -HQ and LIBQ Streets, New Yin-lc 3701 SPRUCE Established 1874- A type of shoe for each of the differing footwear needs of the modern college man. BAYLINSOKN BRQS. Student Supply Store on the 4 t "ii' Mi . I , Campus Exhibit Shops in all the Large Cities Visit Our Grill 1 iff-7 College Pharmacy 3701 Walnut Street BAYLINSON BROS. Famous Fountain Luncheonettes Page Four Hundred and Thirty-seven 'cHon0r Qualityn The best in MATERIAL and CRAETSMANSHIP PEREECTION IN DETAIL and TRUE VALUE ij DANCE PROGRAMS INVITATIONS and FAVORS CLASS and FRATERNITY STATIONERY PINS and RINGS CHRISTMAS and VISITING CARDS H Skillkrafters Stadoners-Engravers-Jewelers PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone, Evergreen 5287 Courtesy Al-ways Clearbrook' Ice Co. CI-IAS. B. WINN, Proprieior ol-rim 220 DE KALB sQUARE Ice for Sale at Office PHILADELPHIA LOYAL CLEANERS SL DYERS Repairing, Altering, Pressing French Dry-Cleaning Daily 262 S. 37th St. PhiIacIelphia, Pa. ' LIT BROTHERS Eighth and Market Streets I Philadelphia This ls Philadelphirfs Economy Headquarte for Young Men's Clothing We Shall Be Happy to Serve the Members and Friends of the Classes of 1928, '29, '30, '31 Charge Accounts Invited Page Four Hundred and Thirty-eight 5 .533 ' I ll a ,Ju 53 , -2 ' ff .fs "-' ,mia-' ,,g"'2 A-,,, se -I -f 1 1 -. 1: 2, 55 V ,... . sf- . " ' " " J I +- -'A I f:'?E5If '- ' wif-fi?" " , ,w " ji... .651 155 1" .9 -et : V- , -W 'ff zsffs' kzfzf - IM. 'u f wr, 1 ' 1 'Sz - A f '-" ,'-. 1 'L , ..,' C omplintents of the CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BAN PHILADELPHIA . Chestnut Street at Second K 1510-I2 Chestnut iw Q 6' an he E Q 1 Q f W 'Va W I 35355 X, 5 W"f'H?,f ' " .. I '61Err' :'1r-:,:-'.'- .-' saw- -2. -'-- 'elzrzw vzw ..,.,, ' 12::::.. zE...2z.: :eeafefzs, . .-1222 21 ' f '1-'w f: .af1f .s2' -' .Eff 1 :'E1E :'11' 511-:':fE:E :, -, " "" -5 ff':2I5' :25" -EZ' -:' -I . 1-13,-. ,:-2121: :5,- .Z'.2:1:2-1 -. :-. " -1. 6:5525 21:5 ,: :-' '- .g:-- ::, -.-:1-1 .'-22' 11- 4, 92:12, 'Hz 251+ '. '-' ,5:js'y3: ,' 1 , 5: . '-:-:-x,1---:-:Am-:-:-:v:-:-:,:v:-14--- .:f:.. 4+ , , 1: :1Q1Q:, ., Wie: 453- -' ,,::,., - 251: v::.?:.,511f,1 A. Km---at if, I4 Page Four Hundred and Thirty-nine JE KINS BRGS. 133 North Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. N-fx Manufacturers of Valfves, Packing AND OTHER Mechanical Rubber Goods X-'N 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, acids, water, or other fluids longer than any other valve, ' You May Return lt and Your Market Street Title SL Trust Co. Southwest Corner 52d and Market S Philadelphia Open Day and Night Until 11 P. M. i I I Capital, Surplus, and Reserves Over 354,000,000 Checking Accounts, ZW Interest Savings Accounts, 4fZp Interest Safe Deposit Department Trust Department Titles Insured to Real Estate Bond and Investment Department Foreiffn Drafts and Travelers, ts ta Money Will Be Refunded Checks BELL PHO-NE Ever-gr-een 7672-3327-332s-3329. Boulevard 2367 B S j p W . . ., . . ' Sea Foods - 1 Shad and Crab Meat Our Speczalty gi , W .fi av " 5 if 1 , - - 2 r Sf? ecral P71688 to ' . ,V - - , f Fraternities, Restaurants a 7-Zi, . - , , ,:::"5-Ag, "" 5 , and Boarding-Houses , we A --:- 1 .. mewfmi-' A DELIVERY ., ' A K , bei' . ' Q ,vwgx vw , Q I' " i xiii at-,335 4013 Market St. A 7 41Q West Chester Pike Ph1lade1ph1a, Pa. ..,, HE RYE.B TG , B ILDER PHILADELPHIA NC. Page Four Hundred and Forty C W GRANULATED SUGAR Wliile Benjamin Franklin had no connection with sugar refining, the influence of personf ality as applied in the development of great industries is highly demonstrated. Without question those University of Pennsylvania men Who established the Franklin Refinery, could not have chosen a better name, syn, onymous as it is for achievement, quality, service and depend- ability. These principles have been carefully adhered to for more than sixtyyyears, thus proving tha-t there is an incentive and much to be proud of in a good name. The Franklin Sugar Refining Company Philadelphia REAL . HARRY JoHNsoN remember l Wherever you are ESTATE sea' EEEEJEAEQ rivet Town 24 Campus Wear l 3703 Spruce Street C23 A2 Packard BuildingfwPhiladelphia will gladly Sewe you in person or by mail ll P e Four Hundred and Forty-one MASTBAUM BRGS. and FLEI HER Philadelphia For SMALL SAVINGS We recommend savings banks, building loan, and guaranteed mortgages. For LARGER SAVINGS Bonds and preferred stocks of utility corporations if Hnancial rating is high. Debevoise lnvestors Corporation 56 Pine Street, New York, N. Y. REPRESENTATlY7ES visit the leading cities of the country and a dependable mail order department is maintained. Copy of itinerary will be sent upon request. I co TAILORS 1014 Chapel St. 16 East 52nd St. NEW HAVEN NEW YORK Many U. of P. Fraternities have had their dining-room problem solved by MARY A. HUNT 307 So. 39th St. Fraternity Caterers Page Four dred a nd F orty-two DEFIANCE SALES CORPORATION 1214 ARCH STRIQET, PHILADELPHIA Engineering and Drafting Supplies M y four p I e I sale' your A h't t IS ppl St CIOARS, MAGAZINES STUDENT'S SUPPLIES . lamb . I. G. WiIIiams S. E. Cor. 37th and Locust PhiIaCIeIphia, Pei. The EAIRMOUNT LAUNDRY STUDENT SERVICE HARRY R. ENDICOTT 247 South 37th Street VVEST PHILADELPHIA, PA OL here the University Man who regards as important both his appearance and his dollars comes to buy his clothes. Exclusive Agents for STEIN BLOCH CLOTHES STRAWBRIDCE 63 CLOTHIER Marker and Filbert Sts. at Eighth St. PFHddlFyh A. Salus SL Sons Meats 'f Poultry Cormecl Goods Etc. DISTRIBUTINO THE HIGHEST QUALITY OE FOOD PRODUCTS POR HOTELS, CLUBS AND INSTITUTIONS 14, 16, 18 North Delaware Avenue 17, 19 North Water Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. N4-X 16 South Tennessee Avenue ATLANTIC CITY, N. 1. ESTABLISHED 1908 IRC. build business on the "solid W. TYRIE STEVENS, I . 4 rock" for those factories they represent, Long experience enables them to discrim' t Ag R p D vt t and as to Credits. They can convert most inqiurie into ina e as to 1 ents, e resen 'ves. orders for cash. Their record of successful sales is well known. All correspondence replied to in like language and on factory letterheads. An organization complete for Shipping, and sales promotion, also Engineering Department. Service Confined to those few industries they represent. W. TYRIE STEVENS Ei-port Mazinger 50 Church Street NEVV YORK CITY Priiiteffs of The "PUNCH BOVVLH PRINTERS BINDERS PRULERS '23 DUNLAP PRINTING COMPANY N. E. Cor. juniper and Cherry Sts. PI-IILADELPI-IIA, PA. L. B. SCI-IOFIELD, '13 T. lf. SCHONOUR. '12 P1'e.s1idc11t VIACE-P7'CX1'd611f Direct Coal Company YARDS 30th and Race Streets 1344 Belmont Avenue PHILADELPHIA - PENNA. A Specialized Service Rendered to Fraternities and C amjms Oi'gaiiiza.tio1is Page Four Hundred and Forty-four Meds Wear Qf Distinction ? 2-5- X W My X .J A ! 4 ASW W1 1 f 1" f f i W' L lr Ar , QMM PHILADELPHIA-PRINCETON P F HdddF1Q Incorporated 1871 GU RA TEE TRUST st SAFE DEPQSIT COMPANY PHILADELPHIA, PA. , CAPITAL - - 1,500,000 SURPLUS - - 1,900,000 316-Z0 CHESTNUT STREET 1420 Walnut Street 9 South 52nd Street H. W. GOODALL H. E. YOUNG President U Vice-President Secretary J. S. SHEPARD L. H. SANFORD Vice-President Vice-President Trust Ojfcer . Treasurer PFHdcl dFy KNOX HATS COLLEGE SHOP SIMON ACKERMAN CLOTHES Jr-XS I We furnish those deft little touches about your 'fi I ZQSI clothes that mark the Well-groomed University l-Q If man and we Won't touch you much while doing it. Q IK FQ 35,7 FREEMAN Q85 BROI. TT 3643 Woodlaiud Avenue NUNN-BUSH SHOES NEW HAVEN CLOTHES C. L. PRESSER Hardware 'QI 1.2 HOUSEFURNISIJINGS, GLASS, PAINTS, PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, ETC. 3602 Market Street, Philadelphia Both Phones Q We L in IETF I 1886 we EN 71735, FITZGIBBONS STEEL BOILERS The BOIIQS' you can afford to own Steel as 31: durability 1 X W7 Heat?1:qnSISes 01 t Pow to sso P. C mplete gQx,r- lmensxons upon request FITZGIBBQNS BOILER Co. IN ORPORATED 570 Seventh Ave , New York, N. Y. l . ef. wi f N0 1 4 ,1 fxf-an . 1' , ...M-91a.1'-5--, -I-ff rf.,- F. , . 5- 1 it ' Evffl ,LE rjetgq- , 35453 , --:rw , if: .lei " A- , f' ,5 ig?-I .5 , 1 mg' I, W L gr. gf ' , , ., "3::I?.E1-E-yi' ,- ' sir -. K r.. I Pyegslf L 7 42 1 4 -fi :V - J 'e di