University of Pittsburgh - Owl Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

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Miller CDirector of Athletics and Physical Education, C. W. Ridinger, '93 Crlireasurerj Alumni ikeprraentattuen A. R. Hamilton, '94 Laurence B. Hurst, '02 Dr. E. T. Chatham, '09 B. H. Smyers, '93 C. W. Ridinger, '93 C. Trees, '95 Dr. P. V. McParland, '04 Prof. Alexander Silverman, '02 Floyd Rose, '96 Dr. H. W. Heckel, '94 Zliarultg illviarznrntatiuza Prof. H. B. Meller, '10, School of Mines Garfield Houston, '03, School of Law Prof. F. A. Foraker, College Prof. R. W. Sies, School of Education Dr. E. M. Frost, School of Medicine Prof. H. E. Dyche, School of Engineering Dr. A. F. Judd, '95, School of Pharmacy Dr. F. D. Tyson, School of Economics Dr. H. E. Friesell, School of Dentistry Dr. R. F. Bacon, School of Chemistry Nnhvrgrahuate Eeprrnentatiuva W. K. Benz, '17, School of Engineering E. B. George, '17, College E. N. jessop, '17, School of Chemistry P. O. Burggraf, '17, School of Pharmacy T. D. Murray, '17, School of Law Miss M. E.'McBride, '17, School of Education George W. Megahan, '17, School of Dentistry Norman MacLeod, '17, School of Economics F. l... Conwell, '18, School of Medicine E. Emrick, '17, School of Mines Qbthrr mrmhrra Dr. S. B. Linhart, Representing the Chancellor --H. Dr. Walther Riddle, '92, Representing the Board of Trustees ,..,, 'iflj Charles S. Miller, Director of Athletics and Physical Education 'i' . K. E. Davis, '10, Graduate Manager of Athletics Y' 503-505 Commonwealth Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 ' ' 1 Twelve , ' '17 739 TKNJRJ IJ me g , ,.,,,.....3gf.v.igQ....,.......-...i....-f1.1- W .,,, .- . . Y fix' ia'.i CW' ChaSSMilIe1' Directoi- of Athletics ' Grimm Al'HLE'lIC9 V fb 'P r ' fe ! r 5- - ! V, Q " 'wrzz liv --'A gg? --,- l f . ' lv V5 'l V- igerrhvh nn the Efnp I HE present school year of l9l6-I 7 will soon be a thing of the past, but what it has meant for the University in the way of athletics will live l' on forever. At the opening of the fall term, there went into effect in all departments of- intercollegiate sports in Pitt thequone year resi- gg dence rule" adopted by the Athletic Council on January I3, I9l5. This event marked the placing of Panther athletics on a par with the best universities of our country. The excellent records made by the various athletic teams during the inaug- ural year of the new ruling have far exceeded the hopes of Pitt followers. With all freshmen and migratory students excluded from varsity competition, it was to be expected that the standards of the teams would be slightly lowered. Such was not the case, however, and the apparent ease with which the coaches turned out powerful teams was the pleasing feature of momentous happenings. ,Without a doubt the football season was the most glorious one ever enjoyed by a Pitt eleven: Under the coaching of All-American "Pop" Warner, the Panthers went through another campaign without suffering a defeat. Critics and scribes everywhere were unsparing in their praise of the team, and they hesitated not in awarding Pitt the intercollegiate championship. The elimination of Brown at the hands of Colgate. on the same day that Pitt trounced State, left the title undisputed. Once more were Captain "Bob" Peck and "Pat" Herron hon- ored by Walter Camp in his All-American selections, while Hastings, DeHart, McLaren and others were mentioned by many writers. Led by the versatile "Andy" Hastings, the basketball team took up the work of spreading Pitt's fame where the gridders leftoff. Carnegie Tech, W. 8: J., Lafayette and Rutgers were conquered, but the most notable victory of all was the one over Allegheny College. Previous to this season the Methodists have never been vanquished by the Pittsburgh five. Owing to the inability of several regulars to accompany the teamf the eastern trip was not as successful as last year. Syracuse was the only opponent to win a series from the varsity. Individ- ual honors went to Lubic and Hastings, while DeHart on winning his in- signia in this branch established himself as the first athlete to earn four letters at the University. U ld '0 1 I omfiec 1 Q LJ i T r 0 lr' or rf' P an ,,pg 'P M AZQXI- ..1. e----if go O- a " ATHLETICS' J 05 ' ii -v -:a':I!::i:'., .-.. , . 7- ....Li::,- as P 9 12:32 5 5 E E W i Vg, . The oldest inhabitant couldn't remember a season nearly as gratifying to Pitt adherents as the l9l6 Track season. Another "first time in history" was chalked up when Coach Kerr's charges downed Penn State in a dual meet. The W. or and Tech clashes proved very easy for the Blue and Gold, as did the rest of the field in Pitt's section of the Penn Relays. With such performers as Captain MclVlasters, Albright, Livermore, l-lugus and Sutherland, it was not at all sur- prising to see the records of long standing fall. In a year of wonders, the lone regret was the showing made by the baseball team. Despite an excellent pitching staff and an infield of ability, the nine couldn't get going, with the result that out of fourteen games played, only five were won. This spring, though, every indication points to a real Panther season. A new coach, in the person of Walter A. Blair, who caught for several years for the New York Americans, will be in charge, and with his ability to develop men. a winner seems to be assured. During the past year at the University, minor sports were given,a great deal of attention. Good results have been' obtained, not so much in moulding con- sistent winners, as in carrying out a reconstruction process with bright prospects for the future. Swimming, wrestling and tennis, after a year in the making, are due for worthy accomplishments in this field. As a natural outgrowth of the one year rule, freshmen athletics were put on a higher level than ever before. Since the new ruling went into effect a most powerful football eleven and the fastest plebe five in this section have been de- veloped. With "Chalky" Williamson in the capacity of coach, the chances for a good baseball team among the yearlings are fine. Activities in Co-ed sports have gone merrily forward with Laura Hammer France at the helm. Like unto Warner's crew, the girls' basketball team romped E through its second season undefeated to the championship of Western Pennsyl- vania. There is a first year squad, and they, too, have made an enviable record. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon the girls and their coach for the able manner in which they have upheld the athletic honor of the University. 'N F l l I Q 3571 , . l p ,' .. ll I u 1 'uf i 1 mf I Fifteen. Q 1,4 3- ,Q A ag wx. sm ,W-,,,..l V, L .L ,. .. W A A Lak- rrggege L -2- x 3 , s ff gi' A' f . -' l llilll li' in Q "' ' "-"' ' VW LU' KI., L' "" 'M' T' """"f" 'A""' "A ""' 'jk' 'li'it'i'L""'g.2lNi:1i.'l sri . '. Ai' ATHLETICS 534' A 95. FN 0 . ' llibd m fr '- " W vs rarrrn n he 15 will i p I "P" is regularly awarded to those men who have played in a f I l l certain number of varsity athletic contests, including, in most sports, 1 wi the W. 6: and Penn State games. The successful candidates in fgfff .ii track must secure not less than I0 points in one season in inter- collegiate competition. or t e rst time in niversity istory, an at ete won t e rig t i ,Il F h fi U h hl h h .E l to wear four letters,DeHart earning this honor by participating in football, base- gl I fi Q ball, basket ball and track. Hastings, Carlson, McNulty and McLaren won fl' the honor in three branches of athletics, while several men accomplished dis- I , ig' tinction in two departments. A lx 1 lb 3 Letter winners for the year l9l6-I 7 are as follows: i 1- V V l T FOOTBALL li R. D. PEcI-c, JR., Captain L. HILTY D. H. SIES yl l l H. C. CARLSON G. W. MCLAREN R. K. SOPPITT ,l JAMES DEHART F. B. MCNULTY E. A. STAI-IL I ll S. FRIEDLANDER E. D. MEADOWS H. A. STAI-ILMAN ll R. A. GOUGLER V W. H. MILLER J. B. SUTI-IERLAND 1 1 C. E.. HASTINGS J. T. MORROW C. E. TI-IoRNI-IILL I J. P. HERRON F. R. SEIDEL J. A. THOMPSON, Manager BASEBALL I , T. P. BEATTIE, Captain H. R. FORNEY J. N. HAYES J. B. BELFORD S. FRIEDLANDER L. KENNEDY H. C. CARLSON T. A. HART E. H. LANGDON JAMES DEHART C. E. HASTINGS F. B. MCNULTY J. S. MATSON J. S. Gow, Manager BASKETBALL C. E. HASTINGS, Captaln R. A. EASTERDAY 'I'oM MCCULLOUGH H. C. CARLSON E. T. HAMMER G. W. MCLAREN JAMES DEHART BEN LUBIC F. B. MCNULTY J. LORENZ SCOTT, Manager TRACK Louis MCMASTER, Caplain C- K- FRY D. E. MAYS C. W. ALERIGI-IT J- S- GRUMBI-ING J. W. R. SI-IEEI-IAN J. M. BURWELL J. E. Hucus D. H. SIES JAMES DEHART H. E. JORDAN J. B. SUTHERLAND R. A. EASTERDAY A. R. LIVERMORE W. P. WALKER E. C. ECKHARDT G. W. MCLAREN S. D. EDSALL, Manager SWIMMING None awarded during past Season. WRESTLING ' J W. M. REILLEY. Captain J. KENDRICKS, Manager il ,H TENNIS 'Ill' U' A. S. 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Uhr Mreatvzt :Eleven in Amerira ig l 'UST at dusk on last Thanksgiving Day, when "Tiny" lVlaxwell's shrill whistle brought an end to the State game, the Panther team rounded out its greatest season. It had accomplished the mag- l nificent feat of winning the undisputed championship of the Intercollegiate world, and had at last assumed the position to which she was so richly deserving. The schedule for the year was an unusually hard one, and offered the Syra- cuse eleven as another new Eastern opponent. Despite the strength of the oppos- ing teams, Pittsburgh came through victorious in easy fashion. Navy, Syracuse, Penn, W. or and State were met and vanquished. With the exception of the Navy encounter, the scores were decisive and left-no room to doubt Pitt's supremacy. The brilliant record made by the team can be attributed to the wonderful, smashing attack and the stiff defense planned by Warner. Simple plays, that were certain ground gainers when carr1ed.out properly, made up the backbone of a bewildering repertoire. Team play with clock-like precision was perfected. Each man had a place in every play, and he saw to it that he performed his duty. So well was this done that everywhere scribes marveled at Pittsburgh's interfer- ence. After seeing Syracuse trampled in the mire by the Pitt onslaught, Walter Camp, the distinguished football authority said: "This team play is perfect. They are a most wonderful team. Pitt is a marvelous combination." While the team was essentially a perfectly balanced unit, with every man a star of the first water, the Worklof several players in particular stood out for ex- ceptional brilliancy. Captam , BOE' Peck, for the second consecutive year, fought himself into Mr. Camps first All-American team as center, and "Pat" ssl Eighfeen ATHLETICS Herron was again placed at end on the second eleven. Various writers picked "Andy" Hastings as one of two best halfbacks, which honor he fully merited. All the other regulars, DeHart, McLaren and the rest, displayed great ability throughout the season, and were on numerous selections and honor rolls. lt is small wonder that, with this galaxy of stars, a championship was captured. Something that must be mentioned in connection with the success of the var- sity is the caliber of the reserves. Men were kept on the bench most of the time who would have been regulars on any other college team. Such men as Gougler, McNulty, Meadows, Miller, Stahlman, Friedlander, McClelland, Stahl, Hilty. Brown, Harrington, Ammons, Kendricks and Mclntyre would have been wel- comed on big elevens. Coach Warner fittingly stated that there were no scrubs -that every man on the squad was of varsity material. As wonderful and pleasant as it was, the close of the past season left a tinge of genuine regret in that it marked the passing of the greatest man who ever donned the moleskins at Pitt. "Bob" Peck, the clean and energetic center cap- tain, no more will strike terror to the hearts of strong opponents. He has com- pleted four years of faithful and invaluable service on the gridiron, during which time he brought the first All-American recognition to Pittsburgh. It was his irre- pressible courage and fighting spirit that led the team to the highest pinnacle of football fame. Stars may come and stars. may go, but "Bob" will be everlastingly revered as the greatest of them all. Three other sturdy athletes, hardly less renowned, have played their last game with the Panthers. They, too, have seen four years of successful competi- tion and their familiar faces will be missing when the fall comes again. "Pat" Herron, considered by many the peer of end men, and honored twice by Camp as second All-American, will graduate in the spring, as will Rendall Soppitt and Claude Thornhill, two of the best linemen ever developed at Pitt. The Uni- versity sorrowfully parts with them, not only because they will leave big gaps in the ranks, but because they presented characters seldom met with in college life. Ammons, Stahlman and Friedlander, famed for their persistency and grit, have finished their courses and their absence will be mourned by many. Before concluding this review, the gratitude of the student body must be extended to the management, the Athletic Council and the Coaching Staff for the efforts they have made to place Pitt athletics on the highest possible plane. They have worked together in perfect harmony and that they have succeeded in their endeavor is glorious history now. Surely this has been the season of seasons for the Blue and Gold-one of which a Pittite may well feel proud. May the same be said of yours, Captain Carlson. '5!' il"' Nineteen ,1 lx? L 1 ,I 1 nw-W . w , ,,f'jp M ,Mx 'I fxww 3,,3.,! ,Ewan 1'iMf,fQ ,eiwy ..,,N...a,-gf ,.,, H Y 15 -, 1' ' 51-M '-,X Tum ffl, if-33.-Y . 1 ln' V 21" Ay?-KN ' f 1 U 'yr , fw,-3 N , . -f ' , M A. , A -,M I 53, My ' .. . .',. ATHLEIILS . rj, , ffviiqfi I 'I Q L 2 5,9 V,-,ga E-, m-. 3552 1 if? WI avi! ifi 22: H1 1 A QM! 1,.I ta? 5 -Q5 YH-5 1:21 ,UE W, WE? "I .. 'il 41 ii! W Aw fl, XM UN 255 if pl lzip H ? I we ,!l ,W :SN fl' sifx ig' ,, 4 1, I! I 4 5 , E 9,1 Sz! Sf' gi 12 H X 51 ,,, SMS 1,1 2421 2,13 7525 aw 1 E7 5"rAX 41' ai :, xi ' 3 l 1 I 4 1 z F Y I . A i 1 4 V , W V. 'Lf if , in . al ' 7 V 'V 1 1 r ' ! Y Hom-cl 1 4 Twent 31 f , , , ,A 1 5 1 ' f NN, ' , f f :WT AA fy- .Wm M W Zta.-Lia! ,X '1"f . A .. -4 , . , "MQ, nm-, 3 M.. ' w.. , ' .. l L ...,.,...,...- M. .,,....,,N...f.u..f Mi... .,,,-Ic- X .-:if Z .. .M - W-...J-W ..,. s FX LA 1 fix i K. i i lun' I Em I 'NK 5 I ATHLETICS 1 Nw 1 E. :I I i , ! .ls U' I fi 55 Jw iv w 1 ' 4 N W W W i D 1 I ' 1 . ,,,, Twenty-one ATHLETICS A Zlleuume nf thr Svrannn PITT 57-WESTMINSTER o In prying off the lid of the l9l6 season, the Gold and Blue Eleven swamped Westminster's gridders in a contest that was not much more than a stiff signal workout for the varsity. The Pitt attack was driving and almost irresistible. It showed eight touchdowns, six resultant goals and one field goal. Hastings, DeHart and McLaren advanced the ball at will, as did McNulty and Gougler, when the opportunity was given them. Many substitutions were made and every man played up to form. It was an auspicious start for Capt. "Bob" Peck's boys. PITT 20-U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY I9. Arriving at Annapolis only a few hours before game time, Pitt displayed poor form against the Middies and just managed to win out by a single point. The long hours spent on the delayed train without breakfast had its effect on the team, as was shown by the excessive fumbling. Despite the closeness of the score, Pitt's play was far superior to that of the Navy. The running attack was powerful and overwhelmed the sturdy sailors, but several opportunities to score slipped by on account of the loose handling of the ball. The touchdowns made by Warner's proteges were all earned by straight football, while two of the Navy scores were directly due to Pitt fumbles. Capt. Peck, Hastings, DeHart and Soppitt excelled. It was a costly win for Pitt inasmuch as Rendall Soppitt was injured and out for the season. PITT 30-SYRACUSE. UNIVERSITY 0. Outclassing the heavy Syracuse team in every department of the game, Glenn Warner's football warriors walked off Archbold Stadium with a glorious victory. Looming up as the first important clash of the year, and one that would be bitterly contested, it quickly developed into mere play for the Panthers. Each time she got the ball, the Blue and Gold began a drive which the much-touted Hollenback line could not stop. A more powerful running attack and a stronger defense than Pitt offered was never seen on any gridiron. Coming after the poor showing of the previous Saturday, the game was exceedingly pleasing to Pitt adherents. Pittsburgh presented a marvelous combination, as Walter Camp observed, with every man a star. PITT 20-UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 0. Before the largest crowd that ever witnessed a football game locally, Old Penn staged its first appearance in Pittsburgh for years, and was humbled by the fast going Pitt machine. The Quakers, fresh from a victory over Penn State, put up a stubborn defense, but slowly and surely the greatest team in the country battered its way to success. The brilliant work of Hastings and Del-lart in the backfield and Capt. Peck on the line had much to do in conquering Penn. After the game Coach Folwell, of Pennsylvania, said that it was no disgrace to bg beaten by a team the caliber of Pittsburgh. He praised the end play of Hen-on and Carlson as the best he had ever seen. Twculy-two ATHLETICS PITT 46+ALLEGHENY COLLEGE O. Allegheny's sensational aerial attack of a year ago was missing, and Pitt had no trouble in trouncing the Methodists on a very muddy field. The regular team, with the exception of McLaren, who was injured, was started. McClelland was at fullback and Gougler soon replaced Hastings, who was suffering from a weak ankle. It was pre-eminently the reserves' day, Gougler and Friedlander sl-tarliling on the offense. Coach Warner was at Ithaca watching Cornell play ec . PITT 37-WASHINGTON 8: JEFFERSON COLLEGE 0. Showing an attack that was even more powerful than that uncovered in the Penn game, the Pitt Panthers ripped and tore their way to a brilliant victory over their time-honored rivals from Little Washington. The drubbing handed out to the Red and Black pleased Pitt adherents immensely because it was the worst ever experienced by W. 8: It can be said that in defeat they were not disgraced, for the old fighting spirit and clean play was ever present. DeHart with his long runs and McLaren with his short line bucks gave the big crowd many a thrill. Gougler, who was playing in Hastings' place, and Herron, at end, also shone resplendent. PITT I4-CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 6. Pitt was not up to form, while our neighbors from Schenley Park were in fine fettle, so consequently the Panther was held to the lowest score of the season. The failure of the Blue and Gold backfield to get going was a big surprise to the fans who expected a larger score. This was partly due to the Plaids' stubborn defense and also to a slight condition of staleness resultant from the previous hard games without a let-up. Tech had a wonderful team, though, and it looked as good as any that had been met. The play was slow and long drawn out on account of the over alertness of the officials. PITT 3I-PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE 0. The smashing, irresistible and smooth working offense that had made Pitt famous was again in evidence against State. The Center County lads couldn't cope with the fierce attack, and they went down to the worst defeat suffered from Pitt in history. "Andy" Hastings, making his re-appearance in the lineup, was the sensation of the day. He booted two field goals and scored a touchdown. Capt. Peck brought his career to an end in a blaze of glory. He was here, there and everywhere. DeHart, McLaren, Herron and Carlson also were very much in the limelight. At the same time as the Panther was drubbing State, Brown was being eliminated by Colgate. Pitt then had a clear claim to the Intercollegiate football title. Verily, 'twas a day of thanks, long to be remembered by Pittites J IQ 1 0 .5! I-'hifi lla! Twen ty-three A I IILL I ILS RIVALS - FRIENDS Ybventy-four HPOPH UBOB A'l'IILE'l'lCS "Skip" Tries the End R- D- PECK- Captain H. C. CARLSON. Captain-elect Center End Twenty-five ATHLETICS Twenty-six The Ninety Yard Drive fxx ao, P. HERRON End R. K. SOPPITT Guard f x ATHLETICS The Famous Interference ' C. E. HASTINGS ' J. DEHAR1- H ab' back H aU back r E S I v s W1 X 2 E 5 9 A . S fi 5 1 1 a 4 I 2 Y e i Q R P 5 6 2 I 5 . 6 f , Twenty-sczfen A'l'IlLli'I'lGS xii. Twfnly- eight Over the Line 4' , C. E. THORNHILL F. R. SEIDEL Tackle Tackle ATHLETICS Through Left Tackle fu -of' J. B. SUTHERLAND ' D. H. Suas Guard Guard Twmzly-nine x 1 ? 5 1 K m 3 2 5 5 4 1 li 15 L I i K 1 i 1 E 6 Z r I r w ATHLETICS Thirty G. W. MCCLAREN Fullback ' 'Andy" Goes Over J. T. Monkow Quarterback ATHLETICS When Westminster Darecl W. H. MlL1.ER Quarterback F. R. MCNULTY Halfback Thirty-one ATHLETICS 1V'Q if-1 y-nw H. A. STAHLMAN HaUback Behind the Line E.. D. Mrznnows Quarterback ATHLETICS Before the Fumble Q3-Er 45 ,eq-. mu, E. A. S1-Am. L. F. Hufrv Guard Tllfklc Thirty-three ATHLETICS Tllirly-fnzzr Around Left End S. FRIEDLANLER HaUback 'WK R. A. GOUGLER Halfback A'l'lILE'l'lCS ka A , ., M,,s ww TH The Onward March x 'S Welcome Penn Tlzirl-v-fizu ATHLETICS ' Yuff. Q ixwnii.-I . ,- V V K When "Sunny" Failed Tlzirfy-.rzlv If was Lucky FOr Penn fx A'l'IlLE'l'ICS ' '75'!5iQ'f1? x .AMER vww'x,- Penn's Alma Mater During the W. 8: ' V Thin!"-W7'4"' x I 1 5: 1 . E 4 3 s . i 1, I 5 fl I , 1 1 M , A I U X! . 9 I Q ! a 'r 1, ,Q fxl 21 5 ,. 3, K i Q .3 x r 4 4 I 'Thirty-eight ATHLETICS "Bob" and "Pop" Discuss a New One 4 .MX 11 M 1'--N 1,1 111121 Mo 11 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y if M..M.,,.1.- .,..V ""' -"ML-, ,. ' I, if ,QQ 11, ' 1 1, 14111. ,, M.-..,,..L,,.-1'Lf 1 ,17 1 -. .1 1 1' 4A"':'J H: :3i,v,j X, 1 ATHLETICS QM' 1 -2 fx 1151 WN gg 1 H ' ' 11 M1 L 1 1 11 11 :fi 1 1' 4 ,. 3511 1 1 if 5 1 Q .' 5 1 511 1 I 1 fff' 1 , 1 7 7 ' , !' i, W 1 N 1 M 11 1 I I If 1 1 .1 I 1 N11 1 5 111 1 11 1 1 III , ' E 1 1 ' 1 ' , 111 1 1 Elf W1 ,V '1 1': 1 M' 1 121 H1 FLOYD ROSE 111 E ! ' Assistant Coach X ' 1 I 4 11 1 1 51 R . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 31 !1 1 51 11 I . b i il 1 1 VQ 1 1 rl H.. I Ill I Il 311 I 1 . ,N- ' I xlf W 112 ALEXANDER STEVENSON Q kg 1 V Assistant Coach If L4 1f. A 1 Y 1 I . ff 1 1' Y, 1 ' I Thirty-nina 4 , Hi ,1 1, " 21 If A , M.. ls? fl 1' ,,,11 f- M ,,f- 1 1' 1 fit. 'Rl' M11 If"s'x,,,,,,,,W,,M,W,,,.,,m,,1.,..-..-1.-.- .,1- - -WM: mf--1-'fu-1-'IW -1A1--1 - if ,Y 1:1 -1 '71--111g ,,,, P "f"i' -1111 mah- .,.. W" JL if 11 1 1 11 1111 1- N-.f . ,, .,., ..1-,v...,,,.,,,, ,M W, MM... ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ......,1 1 HN' " -mv, W--. .,,..,., . ..,,......,,...,1.....m..w...1.1 .-1, -1,-w-.W H ' M-"""""rxg?f"jT""""1,?'T" M 1 -ffff 1 1 12--- z f Lg4,..-A-- -M--A-----11?-ff --M--f-v---fm ' M M " 11 ' F arty ATIiLE1'ICS UCHALKYU HBOB I MI , ma , K L L? igw r :wlwq i i - H W - ,AIA ,- iq? ,w J,,i...,j-iq NW, .... f:....,,,.,. ,,,,, ,V 4 nz , , ,,,,,! xsqxy -I - 1 A M, w "'4"C"' ':""" ' ' M-H---My A- X iff New K . 'K W 5 X .V iw 2.1 ,Mx 0 ,r.'1Q-, ' 1 1.3 ' b ' ATHLETICS ' , 1 ff , ,QP 4 V 0 I V1 N, Vyw XM I N1 1 I I4 -1 is 1 W1 I4 i 11 iv !i ,, WE il ii, 15 il WN E Iii? Hg ll is ' il H ki IQ if ll ,w N ,E ny .I1 N 'N 154 If z! !5 Bizwkrt Mall fi I1 af Q4 IQ IW ' H1 H4 uns uw: In-u uv. Lb Fi LJ' i Forty one lf'!'vki , ' Yu. A fmfi Y TW W M, M 1' I, ,H ,fum ,. " " ' ,, , a ,V .v . "'-'-- ,f-' 1' '1-., . , , .f ' 'Lf ' -. f--- 'iv Y" f X ,,f- ..,.,.,....T' I .... U ... . ,. I, vvlfgxx V: JS? w 7 , , 4 5 H , LM -, ,M . .. 1 , L :W ,W ,.,, .,..,-,.-.-M . .... .. .,.A ...N... ..,.,L.L . . ,,,.. ,-., ..,, ..,.. .. , . -. , , an 1 'Jw--r-Q--Q.. ,....v...N,, ,iw V 4. . I :J Y qw?-,wi-xnm N: XLT..- ,.... ,. , .. ....,. - ., N. , .,, A ' 7. X 'ifL.1f::. . .L .g.,. H 3 wi'--ZQEP' m ,f ' ,,,fN rw L iT!'Hli i:ilX .. I s Y- Q I f ..,,,,.g ,. ,W , if if . ......,..,,.,,, t Fisk? . if xi ff Tl"'f'f.f-..s ?if1l?.f?i'if'-if ire 1. ' L1m:'f:T:Tfi"-iii fffm' AgjJm.e2:i-..11...,-- ..f.,5,ggj,'2f,, Q!, -mfg?,,1g.'3,,,.3s1.4i3g5fLu1.g.........."...."..s...-.::fiL-A-3 V M - .,,,,, .4 4 1 :HM fl Nfl :mill ...H f , ,El sl my :pl V E2 Y Fr Hi F! 'Q s X. E 5, il ' , '5 'z 35 I 4, i I I VIVI bill QU wi r VT' ATHLETICS A COACH FLINT CAPTAIN HASTINGS MANAGER SCOTT Basket Ball ic-yf' XNCE. again did Coach Flint rise to the occasion and develop a basket- ' ball team that reflected the athletic prowess of Pittsburgh Univer- sity. After the sensational football season, it was typical of the 'Sufi v Panther upward march in sportdom to display for the critics' ' approval a conquering floor combination. On account of the football injury sustained a year ago by Captain-elect joe Matson which necessitated this sterling athlete's remaining out of sports, a new leader for the floor representatives had to be elected. "Andy" Hastings who had done noble deeds in the past, was chosen unanimously, and he filled the osition to erfection. Out :Si nineteen games on the schedule, fourteen were won and only five were dropped. A pair of encounters was taken from Lafayette, Carnegie Tech and Washington Sc Jefferson, while Syracuse with an exceptionally strong five was the only opponent to capture two games from Pitt. An even break ensued when Penn State and the University of Buffalo were met. The most pleasing feature of the season's work was the victory over Allegheny College, as it registered the- Panther's initial win against the Methodists. The finish of the present campaign brought to a close the wonderful college career of a wonderful athlete, Ben Lubic. During the four years he was on the team, he engaged in eighty basketball games for the University, which resulted in sixty-five victories and fifteen defeats. Through his accurate foul shooting, Ben himself was responsible for a score or more of the successes, and in recogition of his marvelous work, the Athletic Council voted him a place in the Hall of Fame. It was a fitting climax and an honor fully deserved by the popular Braddock youth. At the Varsity Letter Men's Club meeting after the season's end, Frank. B. McNulty Dent. '18, was elected to lead 'the l9l8 team. Forty two is-ff f f- ,f J' :Re af., my 4' , 1 HA - 4 ,f"'Nx fn la A ,.-'xr Vw 'If ,I N-N., 'w'm.,,,,,,,.,., ,,,.,,,..............,.........,,.,,...,.,,..,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,n,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.., . 53 , ,,,,.,,,, ,. . , ff.-'Mm L yr gf, ,.,.,,.. .-,- ....... -.........--...--.......LW-...ir,,,,.,,,.,,,,:g,,,:ggg g, Zi? IAN" iT"g',"" ' ' 'U f'W"'T! Tf'TT"TTi"'l""'i"T7T' 'ie wfgngeef' " ' A 5'- 'A .- H ' Lf , 4 ,,,,-.,.n.--, ,,...i..:,,, -.,.,.:.,x.:.,s,L2,,,,,j.e '-T"-:gg VW - -- , J ATHLETICS Eankvt Mall Umm Slanding: Manager Scott. NIcLaren, McNulty, McCullough, Lubic, Coach Flint. Silling: Hammer. Easterday, Captain Hastings, DeHart, Carlson. I"0?'fj'-f1I1'L'l7 ll are-we 3 llllI3 "2' 22 '1f? k 5r' if 'fl ew' W . X F Slit :ya iliernrh Jan. 8-Pitt . . . I7 Syracuse ..... 22 jan. l I-Pitt .... 3l Juniata ..... Jan. I3-Pitt . . . 39 Westinghouse Club Jan. I9--Pitt. . . 30 Allegheny . . . . jan. 23-Pitt . . . 33 Camegie Tech . . Jan. 26-Pitt . . . 32 W. 8: J. . . . Feb. I--Pitt . . . 37 Penn State . Feb. 7--Pitt . . . 22 Rutgers . . Feb. 8-Pitt .... 33 Lafayette . Feb. 9-Pitt .... 24 Swarthmore . Feb. I0-Pitt .... 28 Army . . Feb. I5-Pitt .... 27 Lafayette . . Feb. I7-Pitt .... 26 W. aj. . Feb. 22-Pitt 34 Lehigh .... Feb. 24-Pitt .... 32 Penn State . I Mar. 2-Pitt .... 2l Syracuse . . Mar. 3--Pitt . . . 29 Buffalo . . . Mar. 7--Pitt .... 39 Buffalo ..... Mar. I0-Pitt .... 25 Carnegie Tech . . iiiig 3 ' 6' ld an Q 1, 0' Forty four .3 CD L, lu - 03. - y 3 'fees-3 Q I v OD V --v 31" U .r' 0 L ll- .sl I ' ATHLETICS + JSF' W- I Euan Ball llll full Illl ilill M 1 'M . Forty five w . Nu Y A'l'I'lLE'l'ICS COACH WILSON CAPTAIN BEATTIE MANAGER Gow H Bam Mall 73- 6. ' NIVERSITY enthusiasts were considerably disappointed with the lb W showing of last year's varsity nine. Out of fourteen starts the team .Q was able to gather onlyh five victories. In "Eddie" Langdon and Q, "Al" Hart were to be ad two of the classiest pitchers in inter- collegiate ranks, but ragged fielding and weak hitting threw the games into the lost column. A notable instance was the Navy game in which Langdon held the Middies without a hit, only to lose by a I-0 score. This was the only major sport in which Pitt lost to Penn State during the year, all three contests going to the Blue and White. Tech was beaten twice while an even break resulted from the Lafayette series. Rain helped to put a damper on the season by preventing both the games scheduled with W. Bc This coming season will witness a great change in the policy governing the diamond sport. Great efforts are being made to put baseball on an equal basis with the other major activities. The new coach, Walter Blair, has seen years of ex- perience in the major leagues, and is skilled in handling young players. With several new men and all of last veterans, except Capt. Beattie and Hayes, avail- able for duty, it is felt the l9l7 program will be more successful than of the past seasons, Langdon, for three years one of the best of college twirlers, will lead the Panther nine this spring. Fort y-six 4 ATHLETICS mane Ball Gram 1 l 3 l 4 i S Z I l 1 l ll ix Standing: Coach Wilson, McNulty, Forney, Hart, Manager Gow. lf Sealed: Hayes, Captain Beattie. Langdon, Carlson, DeHart. fl Silling: Friedlander, Kennedy. Hastings. Q . i iliernrh ' April Pitt 2 Syracuse April Pitt 7 Lafayette Q May Pitt 8 Carnegie Tech Q May Pitt 0 Gettysburg Q May Pitt 6 Lafayette May Pitt 3 Army May Pitt 0 Navy May Pitt 3 Bucknell l May Pitt 6 Westminster E May Pitt 3 Penn State May Pitt 6 Carnegie Tech june I Pitt 3 Penn State il ,Iune Pitt 3 Penn 'State l June Pitt 8 Alumnai 4 J Iforly-sefuen ir i flu L , s l K 'N 5,3 CM. M ,- 0 .'3?f.c.QL ".1.,i..f:1"i-,,,,,.,......,.. , ., .. L :',.,Q2L,, ' 'F U b fi g.,,,-,r.1LT'3wJ-L..,... . . ,,....,,.,,,.,r,..:,....s.3'x-.,.g' .1+Zs4LL..Eg,?'?- ATHLETICS 'X lg Bl Z-xx if bi- z. u l 1 l COACH WALTER A. BLAIR Walter A. Blair, the new baseball coach for l9l 7, has had diamond experience l in collegiate and professional circles for many years. He is a graduate of Buck- nell College, where he starred on the college team there. His first professional l work was in the old Tri-State League. Later he was signed by the New York American League team and was their first string backstop for a number of years. After he left the big league he coached the baseball team of the University of Maine, where he met with unusual success. This position he held before coming to Pitt to assume charge of the destinies of Captain Langdon's men for the I9I 7 SCHSOH. April April April May May May May May May May May May May May May May ,I une J une J une june Forty-eight -,"x"x,, Kf""m,, ...M . , 1f........l" Q 7530 i"2T:l-f?353?7fft'fQ:7'?fi'M" 'ag "KH ,'1-yy'-'Wt ,fl - ,..fi7i,i ...-u.i.M-f"k.s.gm.f.n--u-1l'f.....,w.l1-u.-.w... .. .. . ,..,.- 1517 Svrhrhuln Juniata Chic Wesleyan Carnegie Tech West Virginia University Western Reserve Home Home Home Morgantown, W. Va. Home Ii' Navy Annapolis, Md. Lafayette Easton New York University New York, N. Y. Army West Point, N. Y. West Virginia University Home Penn State Home W. 61.1. Washington Michigan Aggies Home Pittsburgh Collegians Home Westminster Home I H. . Carnegie Tech Tech Field Ll" ' W. 81 Home ' 'lil Penn State State College 4-l Q Penn State State College llifll-,1, Lehigh Home ff 3 1 E r',Wi,v .. , Ewa 53 ""is--an fe. A N-s....i".f1 if .4 M wwf' '7Q.,f' wiki , """'-rNr.,Q """ .' 'VJ 1.45 l 1' . ....,. .. g..........,If..-.,. ...fffli ..... ts-.....Lf" lfyf lil Jlifkra . , ,,- .,,...., .,-,., .. - ......,. ...t . . .s-..........,..3.,,,,.-.. ...M--T ,,,:3p-:L 7: Q., , D H l,'Y,.M-if ... . ,.........s..,c:f:..,.,.fxc..-.!,a,.gvLI,,s:.'.ig5J N w 1 x ATHLETICS ' ' .'a M, g 1 Efrark ull ull l M 1 . :- Y N P . Forty-nine ,N ,fd ---xg ,Je-:L fqgam,-0--1-:Af ,-:,f.. --........,.....,,.-...:,a,,,f1,,,,, X,:lN . MVN , -vi ATHLETICS COACH KERR CAPTAIN McMASTERS MANAGER EDSALL Clrark ' 'S , 'Q -Qi EVER before has a Blue and Gold track team accomplished so much 1. in a single season as was done by the squad last year. Develop- ment in this department has been rapid in recent years, and ln the 1l.,f'gK, spring of I9 I 6 Coach Kerr brought his charges to a state of excellence EEQML heretofore unknown in University history. Signalizing the third year of Professor Andrew Kerr's reign as coach, the team made it memorable by winning the dual meet with Penn State. This is the first time Pittsburgh has ever downed the Mt. Nittany re- presentatives on the field and track, and this feat alone serves to indicate the season's success. Washington 8a jefferson and Carnegie Tech were unusually easy victims, while State barely nosed out the Varsity in the Intercollegiate, in which the Pitt performers secured ten firsts and a tie out of fifteen events. Syracuse was the only rival to turn back Kerr's boys, and had the meet with the Orange come later in the season, the result here would have probably been much closer. For the second time in more than twenty years, the Panther won its section of the Penn relays. Burwell, Del-lart, Crumbling and Albright formed an invincible quartet which finished well ahead of a fast field. A number of men were entered in the Middle Atlantic A. A. U. championships, and high place was won by several. Burwell broke the sectional record for the 60-yard dash indoors. lfifly ATHLETICS Urark Umm ' , i Slamling: Manager Edsall, Walker, Southerland, I-lugus, Sies, Eckart. Coach Kerr. V Sealed: Canan. McLaren, Sheehan, Captain McMasters, DeHart, Mays, Albright. Sitting: Grumbling, Livermore, Wigle. As was to be expected in such a good season, half a dozen University records fell. The one mile record, which had stood since l909, was lowered by Albright, a freshman: "jim" Burwell, the speedy colored lad, surpassed previous marks for both sprints: Livermore beat his own best time in the two mile: and Hugus a'ndlSutherland set new records in the high jump and the discus throw, respec- tive y. Captain "Lou" McMaster brought his wonderful career at the University to.a close by winning the final event of the State meet, the broad jump, thus bringing victory to the school. The Sewickley boy's performance during the yeiar was all the more remarkable in view of the fact that he underwent an oper- ation for appendicitis on March I9, the day following the Syracuse indoor meet. ln recognition of his great work during the past two seasons, "jock" Suth- erland, the big Scot, will lead the l9l7 team. With Kerr again as coach and the present favorable circumstances existing, prospects for the coming spring are again indicative of great success. Fifty-one ' I Y I EVENT I00-yd. dash 220-yd. dash 440-yd. clash Half-mile run lVlile run Two-mile run I20-yd. high hurdles 220-yd. low hurdles Broad jump High jump Pole vault I6-lb. shot put Discus throw Hammer throw EVENT l00-yd. dash 220-yd. dash 440-yd. dash Half-mile run One-mile run Two-mile run l20-yd. high hurdles 220-yd. low hurdles Broad jump High jump Pole vault Discus throw Hammer throw I6-lb. shot put F ifty-two ATHLETIC , .1 A Sgraruze 1113221 FIRST J. Burwell, Pitt J. Burwell, Pitt G. Burwell, Syr. Finch, Syr. Albright, Pitt l'l. C. White, Syr. B. Brown, Syr. B. Brown, Syr. Sheehan, Pitt Hugus, Pitt Curtis, Syr. ultz S r Sh , y . H. A. White, Syr. H. A. White, Syr SECOND G. Burwell, Syr. G. Burwell, Syr. Peterson, Syr. Peterson. Syr. Parmalee, Syr. Livermore. Pitt C. Lange, Syr. C. Lange, Syr. Steele, Syr. Clapp, Syr. E Steele, Syr. Hugus, Pitt Fry, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Schultz, Syr. S I THIRD Brown, Syr. Irving, Syr. lrving, Syr. Albright, Pitt George, Syr. Wiegel, Pitt Jordan, Pitt Hastings, Pitt Hugus, Pitt Sheehan, Pitt? Curry, Pitt Clapp, Syr. Cobb, Syr. Fry, Pitt johnson, Syr. Final Score-Pitt 45, Syracuse SI FIRST Burwell, Pitt Burwell, Pitt Hemman, Tech Grumbling, Pitt Albright, Pitt Livermore, Pitt Jordan, Pitt lVlclVlaster, Pitt Sheehan, Pitt l-lugus, Pitt? Haub, Tech Hugus, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Girth 1113221 SECOND Smith, Tech Smith, Tech Walker, Pitt Eckhardt, Pitt Rieser, Tech Wiegel, Pitt Adams, Tech Adams, Tech McMaster, Pitt Berman, Pitt Easterday, Pitt Sies, Pitt IVlcl..aren, Pitt Ellerton, Tech THIRD Hemman, Tech DeHart, Pitt Mays, Pitt Mays, Pitt Lawson, Tech Walker, Tech Miller, Pitt Hastings, Pitt Bremmer, Tech. Curry, Pitt Sheehan, Pitt Adams, Tech Mclntyre, Pitt Adams, Tech Final Score-Pitt 93, Tech 33 TIME, HEIGHT, DISTANCE IO 2-5 sec. 23 I-5 sec. 5I I-5 sec. 2 min. 4-5 sec. 4:40 4-5 sec. l0:25 2-5 sec. I6 4-5 sec. 27 2-5 sec. 2I ft. 4 3-I0 in. 5 ft. 6 in. I I ft. 4 in. 43.20 ft. I34 ft. 8 in. I33.92 ft. TIME, HEIGHT DISTANCE I0 sec. Hat 2 I 4-5 sec. 50 3-5 sec. 2:02 3-5 sec. 4:40 I-5 sec. I0:I3 sec. I7 I-5 sec. 27 3-5 sec. 2I ft. 8 in. 5 ft. 8 in. Iii? 3? t. y' . 1.37 ft. sjiii. 39 ff. 3 an. EVENT l00-yd. dash 220-yd. dash 440-yd. dash Half-mile run One-mile run Two-mile run l20-yd. high hurdles 220-yd. low hurdles Broad jump High jump Pole vault I6-lb. shot put Discus throw Hammer throw EVENT l00-yd. dash 220-yd. dash 440-yd. dash Half-mile run Mile run Two-mile run l20-yd. high hurdles 220-yd. low hurdles Broad jump High jump Pole vault I6-lb. shot put Discus throw Hammer throw ,ATHLETICS HH. 8: EJ. 1115221 FIRST Burwell, Pitt Burwell, Pitt Mays, Pitt Eckhardt, Pitt Albright, Pitt Livermore, Pitt Fry, Pitt Wilson, W. 8: Sheehan, Pitt Sheehan, Pitt Hugus. Pitt Easterday, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt SECOND THIRD DeHart, Pitt Canan, Pitt DeHart, Pitt Wilson, W. 8: Canan, Pitt rumblin Pitt Walker, Pitt Walker Pitt G g, . Storer, Pitt McKelvey, W.8: Wiegel, Pitt Miller, Pitt Easterday, Pitt Moore, W. Sr J. Hugus, Pitt Fry, Pitt Smith, W. 8: J. McLaren, Pitt Kernott, W. 8: J. Kirchner. W. Bt Jordan, Pitt Smith, W. :Sc J. Curry, Pitt Moore, W. 8: Sapper, Pitt Sies, Pitt Sies, Pitt Final Score-Pitt IO9. W. 8: I7 lima State illllret FIRST Burwell, Pitt Burwell, Pitt Mason, State Crumbling, Pitt Albright, Pitt Livermore. Pitt Brown, State Brown, State McMaster, Pitt Sheehan, Pitt McMaster, Pitt Fry, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt Sutherland, Pitt SECOND Dolbin, State Dolbin, State Ludwig, State Shea, State Schroeder, State Hunter, State Barron, State Barron, State Palmer, State Kunkle, State Hugus. Pitt T Page. State, Sutherland, Pitt Sies. Pitt Cubbage, State THIRD White, State White, State Cottom, State Shroeder, State Garland State Whiting, State Hammitt, State Connell, State Sheehan, Pitt Pickett, State? Wilson, State Cubbage, State Dembly, State Clark, State Final Score-Pitt 64, Penn State 62 TIME, HEIGHT, DISTANCE I0 3-5 sec. 23 4-5 sec. 54 sec. 2:08 3-5 sec. 4:50 3-5 sec. I0:32 2-5 sec. I7 4-5 sec. 27 4-5 sec. 22 ft. 5 ft. 8 in. l0ft. 3 in. 38 ft. l0in. ' IZI ft. 8Min. I39 ft. 9M in. TIME. HEIGHT, DISTANCE I0 sec. 22 2-5 sec. 50 4-5 sec. 2:0I 3-5 sec. 4:33 3-5 sec. l0:0l 3-5 sec. I5 2-5 sec. 25 sec. 22 ft. 8 in. 5 ft. IOM in. ll ft. 6in. 39.l ft. 128.5 ft. I45.2 ft. Fifty-threw sq FHL I 'i ff' ATHLETICS ' 'Yi I EVENT 'I00-yard dash . . .220-yard dash . . . 440-yard dash . . Half-mile run . . . One-mile run . . . Two-mile run . . . . . I20-yard high hurdles . 220-yard low hurdles . Running broad jump . Running high jump . . Pole vault ...... 'Throwing I6-lb. hammer Putting I6-lb. shot . . 'Throwing the discus . 'One-mile relay .... April 27-28 May 5 May I2 May I9 May 30 June 2 June I I Lb' rf Fifty-four Efrark anh Zliielh illvrnrhs HOLDER JAMES MONROE BURWELL . . JAMES MONROE BURWELL . . JAMES MONROE BURWELL . . JAM:-:s STEWART GRUMBLING . . . .. CHARLES WELKER ALBRIGHT. . . ALVIE RUSSELL LIVERMORE, JR. STANLEY LAWRENCE Sco'r'r . . . STANLEY LAWRENCE SCOTT . . JOHN WALL REc1s SHEEHAN . . JOHN EARL Hucus ..... Louis McMAs'rERs .... WALDEMAR WILLIAM ZIEG . . . . RALPH MAURICE GALVIN ..... . JOHN BAIN SUTHERLAND .... I-lAzLETT, DAv1s, RosENTHAL, BRYSON. Compiled by W. W 19147 Srhrhulr Penn Relays at Philadelphia. Syracuse at Syracuse. N. Y. Navy at Annapolis, Md. Zieg, . I3 "f. B 0 TIME I0 seconds 2I 4-5 seconds 50 3-5 seconds 2:00 minutes 4:29 4-5 min. I0:02 2-5 min. I5 4-5 seconds 25 seconds 23 ft. 5M in. 5 ft. II in. I I.72 ft. I48 ft. 6 in. 42 ft. IOM in. I28.9O ft. 3:30 3-5 min. May 22, I9l6. Eleventh Annual Intercollegiate Meet of University of Pittsburgh Carnegie Tech at Tech. West Virginia University at Morgantown, W. Va. Penn State at State College 'LJ -3 -Q. I., I, I as ssss -L I Y , 1- A as--E-gfiisilsgiifiis Q ar.. 1.1- ATHLETICS -2 EVN Qv illlinur Athleiirn Fifty-jiz G ATHLETICS COACH REINECKE i CAPTAIN REILLY MANAGER KENDRICK wrestling A beginning of the wrestling season saw a huge task facing Coach Rei- necke. With a stiffer schedule than usual on hand, and no exper- 'fled' enced material with which to work, his work was cut out for him. From men who were entirely green at the game,the coach, by hard X ""l"'f3 work, formed a team which made a fair showing in the different meets. Forster, Stahl and Sutherland, three certain point winners and letter men of last year, weren't available for this winter's squad. Reilley, last year's leader and the only seasoned man left, acted as captain. Collegiate matches were engaged in with Penn State. Lehigh and Boston Tech men were also entered in various open meets. Working out with the team this season were several men who had earned reputations at other institutions. Notable among these grapplers was Olson, a former Penn mat man. l-le exhibited great form during the year and should be a tower of strength a season hence. Henry and Johnson are two other men of class ineligible by reason of the one year residence rule. Without exaggerating in the least, it can be said that next year should wit- ness the wrestling game at its highest point of development at Pitt. ln addition to the men who are experienced during the past season, these newcomers will be available. From this wealth of material Coach Reinecke should have little trouble in turning out a winner. Fifty-six A 'I' ll L E 'l' I G S wrestling Grant Standing: Coach Reinecke, Stanford, Smith, Ferguson. Scaled: Storer, Olson, Gantos, Kendrick. Nicholls. Fifty-.vrrzlen ,, --Wh' . ,nu Y' XJ. , I ,N ,r ,r g'f'1 U ' 2 I ATHLETICS coAcH ssrrz MANAGER HAINES Urnnin 'HE results of the I9l6 tennis season were quite satisfactory to the devotees of this sport. With only one letter man available at the opening of the year, prospects weren t as bright as in former- times. iw 'MQQ However, a host of likely looking men reported and worked with fine elif E enthusiasm for a place on the squad. Consequently a good team Y W - was picked from the field, which finished the schedule with two victories, two defeats and one tie. No Eastern trip was taken during the year, but this spring the manager has planned an attractive jaunt with matches scheduled with the leading univer- sities. Great returns are expected from the Pantherslthls season, when the past year's seasoning and experience are bound to show their effect. Harry Seymour and D. Seitz,who have. re-ndered valuable help to the teams in the past as tennis' advisers, will remain in the same relation for the coming year. They are anxious to turn out a good team, as the schedule is the most extensive ever taken by the University. lfifly-viylll A'l'IILE'l'lCS Glvnniu Grain Standing: Manager Haines. Scaled: Myers. South, Spindler, Mohn. Ifffl-V-Ili!! mp-L ATHLETICS :qt 'va PW .3 I -- :: -- ' K- .. tag 12 ? 's :P ig f ,dl l 1r 1: --Q ,v I May 3-Grove City at Pittsburgh . May I3-Penn State at State College May I9-Penn State at State College May 23-Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh .... . 3 illrrnrh I Pitt. Opp . . . . 4 2 . . . I 5 . . . . . I 5 3 june I-Syracuse University at Pittsburgh . . . . 5 I May May May May May May May May May May May ,I une ,I une all: b' I 1517 Srhrhulr I-West Virginia University at Pittsburgh 9-Westminster College at Pittsburgh I0-Penn State College at Pittsburgh I I--Grove City College at Pittsburgh I6-Gettysburg College at Gettysburg I7-johns Hopkins at Baltimore, MCI. I9-Michigan at Pittsburgh 22-Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh 23-Bethany College at Pittsburgh 26-Allegheny College at Pittsburgh 30-Penn State at State College I-W. Q J. College at Pittsburgh 9-W. 8: J. College at Washington J, ld 1 rl' 1 ' I Sixty Q 1,1 -1 3 I , M gg C - g I H - Ml I 'ffifi':Z:'1z1::''m'm"":"i''MC-1ES? ' F 'W'- , K -. wr' 1,453 'i VFW!" 'Hi' C -iff H .Wiz ggjg' y.:.,x11h, K, 1 , , 'W-rf I Dfw- in i A ATHLETICS COACH TAYLOR CAPTAIN TAYLOR MANAGER SWOPE. Swimming my -nf ACK of good material prevented the University from having a top iyigzllfi notch Swimming team this year, as hardly one new swimmer of any 'li class reported at the beginning of the season. Things looked rosy at the early part of the year, as both J ack Love and john Born, t-wo of MQ' ' the best local swimmers, entered school and with these men in the line up, Pitt was able to hold their own in local A. A. U. meets, in which they scored many points. These men both left school before the first semester was over, and left the team in a weakened state. Harry Taylor and Wylie Swope have again been the main stays of the team,and between them have kept the University close to the top in local swimming circles. f Sixty-one ,x . -I .1 , il swf' ,-rf . ATHLETICS Among the newcomers on the team,who have shown improvement this year. and who will be valuable next season, are Messerly, Willis, Foster, Hamilton, Barbour, France, West, Hannum, Marlan and Finley. No college teams were met this year on account of the Freshman rule, the annual meet with the Navy not taking place for the same reason, so Pitt's work was confined to local A. A. U. competition only. The following this season, at the Press A..A. U. The University Swimmers won the Love, Swope and Born. Harry Taylor won the 40 yard got third place in the 40-yard free second in the 40-yard, while Born 100-yard event. The Pitt team scored 3I points, getting second place. On December 8, at the P. A. A. Gala, Pitt again captured the open relay race, beating the P. A. A. teams from scratch, and establishing a new local record for 200 yards. Love won the 50-yard scratch, with Taylor third. Willis getting second in the 50-yard handicap. On January 26, in a dual Meet with P. A. A., Harry Taylor scored three firsts, scoring I5 points, winning the 50-yard, l00-yard and back stroke: Swope getting third in the dive and third in the 200-yard. Love was not eligible for this meet so Pitt lost the relay and the meet. February l6, at P. A. A., Harry Taylor won third place in the Middle Atlantic Association A. A. U. Breast Stroke Championship, which was the only open event on the program On February IZ, at the Swimming Instructors' Cala, Harry Taylor won third place in the Middle Atlantic l00-yard championship, Swope also getting into the final heat, Messerly won second in the novice race, and Taylor won the 60-yard back stroke event from scratch. At the P. A. C. Cala on March 29, Harry Taylor of Pitt finished fourth in the l00-yard National A. A. U. championship, which was won by Tedd Cann, of New York, in 55 I-5 seconds. The Relay Team won second place in that event Many new records were established in the University championships is a list of what the Team has accomplished meet held in the Oliver pool November 4. Relay Race, the team consisting of Taylor, back stroke race, the 80-yard medley race and style. jack Love won the l00-yard and got got third in the 220, and Swope third in the which were held in the Pitt tank April 6, the winners being as follows: 40 yds. Novice Race J. C. Hamilton 27 I-5 sec. 40 yds. Free Style Harry Q. Taylor 20 sec.-new record l00 yds Free Style Harry Taylor 57 2-5 sec.-new record 200 yds Free Style Wylie W. Swope 2:24 I-5 sec. 40 yds Back Stroke Harry Q. Taylor 26 sec.-new record Plunge for Distance Sixty-izco J. H. Messerly 60 ft. in 45 3-5 sec.--new record 'yii5lQ.lg...o ATHLETICS iiull nf Efliame X OR the proper preservation of athletic tradition and celebration of victory, the Hall of Fame was established in l9l3. It consists of ,A -I YQ S I pictures of teams and individuals who have brought honor to the University by notable achievements in all sports, which are hung llffiis-Zi! up on the walls of the Track House. Major sport and tennis teams which win their games, series or meets with W. 6: J., or Penn. State: exceptional minor sport teams: athletes who win their letters in three or more sports: track record holders: coaches, directors, graduate managers, athletic chairmen, and such other individuals as have signally advanced the athletic I as reputation of the University, all Hnd a place there. The following pictures are now hanging in the Hall of Fame: Football teams of I9l3, I9l4, l9l5, l9l6 Basketball teams of 1915, l9l6, l9l7 Baseball teams of l9l4, 1915 Track teams of l9l4, I9l5, l9l6 Tennis team of l9I4 linhergruhuatz Athlrien I J. H. WAGNER J. W. MARSHALL S. L. Sco'I'r J. M. BURWELL J. W. R. SI-IEEHAN H. C. CARLSON J. M. DUFF, JR. Lows MCMASTER J. S. GRUMBLING E. F. AMMONS A. R. LIVERMORE, JR. J. B. SUTIIERLAND F. B. MCNULTY BENJAMIN Luaic Unarhrz, Eirrrtnrn. Managers auh Alumni S. B. WILSON J. T. TAYLOR GLENN S. WARNER CHARLES REINECKE M. E. EDMUNDSON B. H. SMYERS A. F. JUDD K. E. DAVIS ALEXANDER SILVERMAN A. R. HAMILTON FLOYD RosE WALTER BLAIR R. D. PECK, JR. T. F. HEALY C. E. HASTINGS J. S. MATSON JAMES DEHART G. W. MCLAREN ANDREW KERR G. M. FLINT J. H. THOMSON C. S. MILLER J. C. TREES L. B. HuRs'r Sixty-three 3 ya 4 If M.. ,.... . " lf' 4-fvfmf' ff" , ff? 1 F Ivy: l.. a :lily 2, .J a jg, ,ml ,,f,,, 1' ww :swf ,lg-says. , 1 gig 'li 1 Q ' ' ' 'I 32 t gxlu, ATHLETICS it 'iii S Wifi W Uhr Zlitrnt ZlTnur ifletier fllllan I 1 I 1 i i Z i is ru 5 ffl lg' le W nfl '1 li lg 3 ,i Ly K fi Hilimmir iB2i8art" y,,,, :ii 51,5 . fvl ig? :ll gl 'xii R 'Y ri' 3 1 l V I The signal honor of being the first student to be awarded his letter in all four major sports rests on the shoulders of james Del-lart, Col. 'l8. For three years he has been a backfield star on the football team and as such has received his insignia in that branch of sport. During an equal period of time he has held down the third base position on the baseball nine, for which he has been presented with the coveted HP". Last spring, the Reynoldsville lad ran the dashes for the track team and was a member of the winning relay teamg and by meeting the requirements for a letter in this sport, he placed himself among the list of eligibles for the Hall of Fame. The last winter saw "jimmy" starring as a guard on the basketball five. His brilliant playing warranted his receiving his insignia in this sport, and thus he became the first recipient of the athletic "P" in each of the four major sports. Diminutive "Jimmy" is one of the most conscientious as well as modest workers in school, and the honor bestowed upon him is a popular and deserving one. Sixty-four 'Q 1 i .,f K I 1 K. 1 , ATHLETICS ' , , , WK f , ' if , s , gb ,.. 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YM?ai:fiF'3f5sf55S',2-SQ. 5' 1 .1! - - x .Hrrnhman 2-Xthlvtirn S ixty-five fqfig-ng, 9.2 .az ' Q. te ATHLETICS :qw ' ' y. W' my 'K M ' ,. . q- W 4' ls I l I l A COACH KERR CAPTAIN WILCOX MANAGER TRIMBLE Freshman Zflfnnthall A , ' A SD RESHMAN FOOTBALL last fall assumed an important place among University Athletics. With the advent of the one-year rule, l the team was put on a more representative basis than in preceding 'VZJNQ5 ears. As was expected, the Panther yearlings were the most vi y , , fel ' powerful in history. A large squad of husky youths reported to Coach"Andy" Kerr in the beginning: and having the advantage of practicing with the varsity un- der Warner receiving, as it were, the coaching of two such noted tutors, the crew was not long in shaping into a mighty eleven. The schedule was in keeping with the strength of the team, such worthy opponents as Kiski, Thiel, Bellefonte Academy, Syracuse and Penn State Fresh- men being met. A great victory was 'won over Syracuse on the same day as the big eleven swamped the Orange. The defeats by Kiski and Penn State were ex- cusable for in both games the class of the Freshies was most apparent. Some future varsity lights were uncovered during the course of the season lp in the persons of Wilcox, Aschman, Kelly, Thomas, A. Allshouse and V. Alls- fl l III!! house. Pearlman, Pitler and Burd also gave indications of future greatness. All :fm lf" in all it was a fine eleven and Coach Kerr is to be congratulated for the excep- 'Q' , tional showing the boys made. v x' , 'l ll Sixty-six 0 Om Q A-M A A g f fV,g M T' ig Y ig TWETYT g A ' A I "A gg j e 1-1-.j.123gf-iiigfiafegiff5A 5 ifgsgfgi' j 4- , . .q .P ., f ill 1 x 1 ,L Nr ,iw--. ----ww ...ml ... .. . ,..-f N X-1 , ,x, , . -aug .,, ..,-,..,,.,, .... .-.....N, . ,... .R : , r f:.,1....s--ff, 1 W .. , . ,.f:1,?f"' 1 fx A ,A - -Xuwq, -.- .K .L. .,. ,, ., ! 3 I A .4 ,uv 14. -- f , .,,x., f - -.-.nr ,....,..... A -1 . if ,- , .. , ,, , ' .,, ,X , , , , - -Lf, V. i-'T me 'J A T H L E T I C S Efrenhman Zlinnthall Gram Back Row: Coach Kerr, Eaton, Burcl, Olson, Goldstein, Peters, Henry, Kelly. Middle Row: Capiinahalgn, Mitchell, Miksche, Winters, Pitler. Pearlman, Bloom, jew, Manager Sealed: Burllilerllfliiffith, Aschman, Allshouse, Captain Wilcox, Thomas, Allshouse, Chain, Schofield. Illzrnrh Pitt . . . . 52 East Liberty Academy . . . 0 Pitt . . 6 Kiski ......... 23 Pitt . . . 7 Syracuse ...... . 6 Pitt . . 7 Bellefonte Academy . . . 6 Pitt . . . . 33 Thiel College ..,.. . . 0 Pitt . . 0 Penn State ..... . 7 Sixty-seven l 'X rf' l ,,.,, I M f ,r rr , ..,, , NIL V , A 4:--. J , ,. ,.. N, ' it - .. , .- - -.W-ff' ,,.. , , yt 'Aw' '--.,,,, 4f-'1,."- ,Q , "wwe-031. .M , .....' ,,. ,-. .h .. QV, . .1 ,W ... I f""Xa 'yas' a.....f ' .'.""w. :' 2"",fWf',3. f f f-Qwxfif iffy : ' 1, . . . 5 , ' r .4--mt. 'i'f-'vw' 'f Tw -4" 'V W -- ' 'W f,,.,,4 , .-AV, afar. 'J . ATHLETICS COACH OCHSENHIRT CAPTAIN McLAlN MANAGER DAVIS 3Hreahman Eawkeihall may S was the case in football, the Freshmen basketball team was the best 56 Aiihj, yet. Starting the season inauspiciously by losing to the strong Schenley High School five, the youngsters braced and tasted defeat only once thereafter. Indiana Normal, Kiski, East Liverpool High, 1453? East Liberty Academy and the Tech Plebes were some of the routed opponents. All the players were strong and fast, in fact as much so as the Varsity men. "Bob" Penman's work, probably stood out as the most brilliant of all, and he seems headed for a certain berth on next year's big five. The playing of Capt. McClain, Reisgen, Levine and Wilcox also indicated future stardom for these lads. Norman Ochsenhirt, known by all Pitt followers of basketball, again coached the first year men with his usual success, he leaving nothing to be desired in this line. Sixty-eight al ,gy J' ' ' Erznhman ikazkrthall Gram Standing: Manager Davis, Burke, Reisgen, Neff, Wilcox. Coach Ochsenhirt. Sealed: Lautzenhizer, Penman. Captain McClain, Levine, Frishman. Sixty-nine mp-L ATHLFTICS ,I I nl I5 . , 5 . 'yi 7 EE? -9 22 -.fFsf5 M, 'ew - A i w W 'W Q v I III ilivrnrh V Pitt Fresh Schenley High School . . . Pitt Fresh Qrafton High School . . . Pitt Fresh Westinghouse l2nd Team . . Pitt Fresh Edgewood High School . . Pitt Fresh. Tech Plebes ....... Pitt Fresh Kiski .......... Pitt Fresh Avalon High School ,. . . . Pitt Fresh Kiski ......... Pitt Fresh . . Pitt Fresh. . . . East Liberty Academy . . Pitt Fresh Pitt Fresh. . . . Pitt Fresh. . . . . Pitt Fresh. . . . Pitt Fresh Pitt Fresh Pitt Fresh.. . . . East Liberty High School . Shady Side Academy . . . Punxsutawney High School Kittanning High School . . Indiana Normal ..... Apollo High School . . . Tech, Plebes .... . . 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Vw F 5"iW!"? k'?.Ff'fQfN'53'T'P'3-ff'i5'5g-2-5i'i91?f'ffim' v' 1 - . -.,J .1 . 9' .' - un-H .4 - 1, . .L iu 1. ' +,.,,, df, f k'Ig',.'2'g1f'1-'4,-.,'WfL-AL,Wifi A ,Lv ' A - 4: ',:Q"f:a1.v1'a'11r'1'?f'fz:7,1"'f"''' , , w M5 ' mv ' Fifi .AT S ' T1?.:fwsw'-'Ai ' '35 Q m w5 i. ww """""'... 4 .1 '+R' 1' 'X ' ws" . rl ..,,-,af f5,.3.,'-n .1 Eff ,515-. meal 1s::fHjf3f2ig:fg31:s1asSiffw' ,2g.:1fa:E:gyvivZ1l:.J.3 1, X, , QF?" " Q I - 'i , Athldifg mvmm 5 l"': I" ld ' 2: ll bl 1 v Se110"ty'0He LJ ,Q 'F '3 T' ,lx i CD '04 gm - 0-55 -Q . ,J " 9"'7x,, r F, Yin ATHLETICS CAPTAIN WEHMIER MANAGER MILLER Girlz' 'Harzitg Eaakethall ' OLLOWING in the footpaths of their big football brothers, the girls Varsity basketball team, under the coaching of Laura Hammer France and N. C. Ochsenhirt, Med.' I9, has completed two years ll X on the Hoor without a single defeat. Last year the Pitt sextet 5' 'R played seven games, losing none, and this winter they captured all from a six-game schedule. This indeed is remarkable considering that the foremost college representatives in Pennsylvania were met. Adherents of women's athletics throughout the state. have marveled at the aggressive game displayed by Mrs. France's charges. The explanation of this lies in the fact that all the girls are fast and play best under fire. Captain Minnie Wehmier and Grace Vohr at forwards are nearly on ia par, with Miss Wehmier probably a little more sensational. Brenda Wright plays the best guarding game, but Sara Bonnett is not far behind her. Marie Groetzinger and Lela Lewis are line at center and side-center, respectively, and with Ruth I-larrison,Verna Irons and Evelyn Sutter as reserves, round out a splendid squad. This fast combination has remained intact for two seasons, and chances are it will be the same in l9l8, practically assuring Pitt another championship. A vote of gratitude is extended to the girls and the coaches for the able manner in which they have upheld the athletic reputation of Pittsburgh University. I 'sly Seventy-two Girlz' Eazkrthall Gram Standing: McClenehan. Wright. Groetzinger, Bonnetl Manager Miller, Harrison. Seated: Sutter, Coach Mrs. France, Vohr, Lewis. ilivrnrh Pitt Girls . . . 27 Geneva College . . Pitt Girls , . I8 Waynesburg College Pitt Girls . . . 23 Waynesburg College Pitt Girls . , 22 Geneva College . . Pitt Girls . . . 20 Westminster College. Pitt Girls . . I4 Westminster College Seventy- thre NF i 8' . ATHLETICS A - ' ' -u , . ,,,::..,..,f 'fv - fi X E O R' ,, .---:?2:lnT. Wf..- C sis JV l l I l , Q M, COACH WRIGHT MANAGER GASKILL CAPTAIN STOKES Girlz' Errzhman Eewkvthall I-f:-zw, first year girls experienced a very successful season on the floor, hav- ing won five games and lost five. The schedule, drawn up by Miss V . Genevieve Gaskill, was the most extensive of any ever arranged for kfqlj a co-ed team, and many new teams were met. Miss Brenda Wright Star guard on the Varsity Girl's five, gave as much time to the freshman girls as she could spare from her other duties, with the re- sult that near the end of the season her proteges had attained a state of perfec- tion in their play that five of the last seven games played were credited in the win column. Miss Mary Stokes stood out among the members of the team. She held he ivotal osition and outplayed all her opponents. At forward, Miss down t p P , , Grace Gilson showed an accuracy at shooting that counted many polnts for the Pitt girls. The other members of the team showed signs of promise and should provide splendid material to aid to the varsity squad next year. 5 . ll S even ty- four ' if v - 1 ,, CD 1,4 it A A - , i f ,. , . ,.,. . f f is 51553 1 "A" 'iii eff-' "Ei: zoff. X' ATHLETICS Girlz' Illreahman Eazkethall Gram Standing: Davis, Manager Gaskill, Popp, Coach Wright, Moorhead, Tyndal. Scaled: Merriman, Welsh, Captain Stokes, Klingensmith, Cilson. iliernrh Freshmen Schenley H. S. . Freshmen . . . . Allegheny H. S. . Freshmen Wilkinsburg H. S. Freshmen . . . . N. Braddock H. S. . . Freshmen South H.S. . . Freshmen Schenley H. S.. . Freshmen Oakmont H. S. . Freshmen Oalcmont H. S. . Freshmen N. Braddock H. S Freshmen Blairsville H. S. . Seventy-fi've 4 , ,, M71 J, 'A 5 A V- 7. ,.., f,,.u-'11---N.. , 1 . , ,rf ,' ln. 1 v J in 'fl .fy x ,1 .ff SM" ' Q' q HW Y 'X M, A Q T' 1 Z 1 r Q, E 5 E 5 I 2 3 5 e e 3 E 5 F 3 Y 4' 2 ? 1 I X , 7 1 , My . 4- x , f I Szfventy-six 1 N ' gl' fm W' , J II I IIII I I I I I I lllll lrul If I H .V Ji Ig 0 THE UNIVERSITY ' Bnarh nf Efruatrra Tix-Gbiiiriu The Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Mayor of the City Of Pittsburgh. The Chancellor of the University. Gbiiirrru GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP, Ph.B., Sc.D. - - - President RT. REV. CORTLANDT WHITE!-IEAD, D.D., LL.D. - - V ice-President THOMAS HARLAN BAIRD MCKNIGHT .... - Treasurer SAMUEL BLACK LINHART, A.B., A.M., D.D. . - - Secretary Qllana 1 RT. REV. CORTLANDT WI-IITEHEAD, D.D., LL.D. WILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND, Ph.D., LL.D. JOHN ALFRED BRASHEAR, Sc.D., LL.D. GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP. Ph.B., Sc.D. JOSEPH LEONARD LEVY, D.D. HOWARD HEINz, A.B. ANDREW JACKSON KELLY, JR. SAMUEL ALFRED TAYLOR, C.E. WILLIAM PENN SNYDER HENRY CLAY MCELDOWNEY Qllana E GEORGE WILxINs GUTI-IRIE. A.M., LL.D. JOHN KNOX MCCLURKIN, D.D. JOHN CRAWFORD WALLACE, Pharm.D. ALFRED REED HAMILTON, B.S. ANDREW WILLIAM MELLON. A.M. JAMES HENRY Locl-:I-IART, A.B. THOMAs HARLAN BAIRD MOKNIGI-IT THOMAS PATTERSON, A.M. WALLACE HURTTE ROWE Glam: 3 BENJAMIN THAW, A.B. WALTI-IER RIDDLE, Ph.D. ANDREW CARNEOIE. LL.D. EDWARD VosE BABCOCK WILLIAM LUCIEN SCAIFE, Ph.B., C.E. GEORGE STURGIS OLIVER, A.B. JOSEPH CLIFTON TREES, M.E. RICHARD BEATTY MELLON MARTIN GROVE BRUMBAUGH, LL.B, Seventy seven , ...... I II -I- I I .II I llvll IIIKI K, - I I f-1, -. ..... - W-- ,fx I Q5 ' I ng .. :V V 4 P f if ""' ' ' L.g:,..1:g1. .,.'L3g.Li.:T1-:L .. TA 'ii' LQ Iii' J: ll Seventy-eight THE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLOR SAMUEJL BLACK McCORMlCK if -'ik Y! 'Pf fw J-qw W? : ffm --fla w Y , . R S I T Y V Iv Avw Ill I nun: CRETARY SAMUEL BLACK LIN Lil! QM Ox-fX7'LJ l MA 5 - '- V --2PQ" :Q ffm' ' f? Eighty THE UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR ALBERT E. FROST Binh iilliag Eleuenth, 1517 iliia man a lahnr nf Inu: apprrriatrh hy rung atuhmt. alumnus aah frienh nf the lllniumaitg TIIE UNIVERSITY .1'::', ' Q ,IH-H H 1:?'Ei2- 21'?'Si5 .".5:f'j:I,' :ifijng 7'i5Q'f'2?ff '1'E?.if1f "-fri 1:f15 J. E ii: ?fi'lf?E'Ii H:?e?fi2'?1'if,i1iTiE? I ' Uhr Qlnllegr COLVIN WILBER FETTERMAN, Ph.M. - - "'LERoY ALBERT ARTHUR, B.S. - , 'GEORGE M. P. BAIRD, A.B ..., Guy GAILLIARD BECKNELL, B.S., M.S. ARIEL AMOs BENEDICT, M.A. - - EDWIN BERRY BEROUM, A.B. - , ELVERTUS FRANKLIN BIDDLE, B.S., B.O. ISAAC BOYCE, B.S., B.T. - - - ,IosEPI-I MCCLUNG BROWNLEE, B.S. ,IOI-IN EARL BROWN, B.S. - L MILO RUFUS CLARE, A.B. - - REARDON STEWART COTTON, A.B. ALLAN DAVIS. A.M. ....., - WILLIAM HARRISON EMIC., A.B., Ph.D. , - . ERLE FAIRFIELD, A.B., M.A. ..... WILLIAM OLIVER FARNSWORTH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. - - Joi-IN COLVIN FETTERMANN, Ph.M., Ph.B. - - FOREST ALMOS FORAKER, B.S., M.S. - - LINCOLN ROBINSON GIBBS, A.B., A.M. - FRANK TI-IORPE GORMAN, A.B. - - - LAWRENCE EDMOND GRIFFIN, A.B., Ph.D. - FRANCIS JEROME HOLDER, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. - EDMUND GRANT HOWE, A.B., M.A. - - ALEXANDER STUART HUNTER, A.B., LL.D., Ph.D. OTTO EMERY JENNINGS, B.S., Ph.D. - - - REGINALD HALL JOHNSON, A.B., A.M. - - ROSWELL HILL JOHNSON, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Biology Dean, - Instructor in German , Instructor in English . Instructor in Physics ,, - Instructor in Physics , .. Instructor in English in Public Speaking Instructor . - Instructor in Spanish , - Instructor in English . Instructor in Geology - Instructor in Biology . Instructor in German - Instructor in Dramatic Art ,. - - Instructor in Biology - . - - Instructor in German .. Professor of Romance Languages Dean of College, Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of Mathematics . - - - Professor of English , - - Instructor in Spanish - Professor of Zoology - - Professor of Mathematics - - - - Instructor in History Special Lecturer on English Literature - - L Professor of Paleontology - - - Instructor in French Professor of Geology Eighty-one JS will JOHN FREDERICK KLEIN, A.B.. A.M. FRANK HARDY LANE, A.B., A.M. 'CARL FREDERICK LEMKE, A.B. - , CHARLES WILLIAM LEMMI, A.B., A.M. lv JI I :W I ERWIN FOSTER LOWRY, B.A., A.M. - - - MILFRED EWART MACDONALD, A.B., A.M. - . JOHN MOFFATT MECKLIN, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. JOHN KEMERER MILLER, A.B. , , , WILLIAM MILLWARD - . V . , JOE WOOD MORRISON, A.B. - - RUFUS WILLIAM MCCULLOCH, A.B., A.M. , MARGARET V. NAIR ..... ARNOLD EDWARD ORTMANN, Ph.D. - ., . FLEMING ALLAN CI.AY PERRIN, Ph.B., Ph.D. . FRANCISCO PINOL, LL.B. ..... . . JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS RESCHEN, A.M., Litt.D. CARI. WILHELM RICHTER, A.B., Ph.D. . JAMES ALBERT SWINDLER, A.B., A.M. . EVAN TAYLOR SAGE, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. . HENRY SAYRE SCRIENER, A.B., A.M. . WHITFORD HUSTON SI-IELTON, A.M. . AARON MOYER SNYDER, A.B., Ph.D. , STEPHEN DOWE THAW, A.B. - . BERTHOLD LOUIS ULLMAN, A.B., Ph.D. JOHN VALENTE, B.S .... - . ANDREW BENNETT WALLGREN, B.S., M.D. W. PAUL WEBBER, A.M., Ph.D. , . , HOMER J. WEBSTER, A.M.. Ph.D. - - ,. CALVIN NAETzINGER WENRICI-I, A.M., Ph.D. . JESSE HAYES WHITE. A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. . JONATHAN LEO ZERBE. B.S., M.A. - . STERLING AVERY ZIMMERMAN, A.B.. A.M. Qlhnmistrg THF UNIVFRSIIY - - Instructor in German , Professor of Public'Speaking - , Instructor in History - , Instructor in French Q y. fl W 1 2, H951 'es 'fs W A ln. I .It H .qv 'W ., - Instructor in Physics Instructor in Mathematics - Professor of Philosophy . Assistant Professor of English - Teaching Fellow in Botany Instructor in Mathematics . I - - Instructor in English - ., - Assistant in Latin - Professor of Physical Geography Assistant Professor of Psychology - ., .. Instructor in Spanish .. , - Professor of German . ., Instructor in German . - - Instructor in Physics , Assistant Professor of Latin - - - Professor of Greek - - - Instructor in French Assistant Professor of Psychology - . Instructor in Astronomy ,. - Professor of Latin .. - - Instructor in English - Assistant Professor of Zoology Assistant Professor of Mathematics - Assistant Professor of History , , , Professor of Physics . Professor of Psychology ' - Instructor in English . Instructor in Biology RAYMOND Foss BACON, Ph.D. - - - Dean of the School of Chemistry and Director of the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research FRANCIS CLIFFORD PHILLIPS, Ph.D. ..... Emeritus Professor of Chemistry ALEXANDER SILVERMAN, M.S. - - Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department of Inorganic, Analytical and Physical Chemistry. Lecturer on Glass DAVID SHEPARD PRATT, Ph.D. - - - Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Depart- ' ment of Organic, Sanitary and Microchemistry MARKS NEIDLE. Ph.D. - - . Assistant Professor of Analytical and Physical Chemistry LATHROP EMERSON ROBERTS, B.S. ARTHUR BERT COLEMAN, M.S. - . RALPH FERGUSON BRENNER, B.S. GRANVILLE AKERS PERKINS, B.Chem. .... RAYMOND MILLER HOWE, B.S. - 'WILLIAM ALLEN HAMOR, A.M. . . WGEORGE OLIVER CURME, JR., Ph.D. - 'HARRY ESSEX, Ph.D. - - - 'LEONARD MERRITT LIDDLE, Ph.D. . IBEN HARRY NICOLETI Ph.D. - . 'CHARLES EDWARD HOWSON, A.B. - lllll lllll bl In ni' I Iqhtg two - - - ' Instructor on Leave Instructor In Organic Chemistry - Instructor in Analytical and Physical Chemistry Instructor in Organic Chemistry 'Instructor in Organic Chemistry Lecturer on Chemical Literature - Lecturer on Chemical German Lecturer on Chemical German - Lecturer on Organic Chemistry - Lecturer on Organic Chemistry - Lecturer in Sanitary Chemistry lull lull ld F ihi O 1.1 .1 1, llgm v A It ffm., sesses so S- A A 355 A .XA 11 I Z2 ll ffmlw '19 Us 53 SH?" . -- .. j K' -A--fl .,,--tc. QC' 'Wt-ay ' j --35 k .45 W JY Tl-IE UNIVERSITY sq' . H. EDMUND FRIESELL, B.S.. D.D.S. - - - .. Professor of Dental Pathology and Therapeutics and Operative Clinician - Dean, Professor of Operative Dentistry s OWEN LOVEJOY HERTIG, A.M., D.D.S. - A Eentrsirg ' HARRY STEWART HASLETT, D.D.S. JOHN STEWART ASHBROOK, D.D.S. STEWART LEROY MOCURDY, A.M., M.D. - R. J. MCGINLEY, D.D.S. - - H. J. RYAN, D.D.S. - , . O. M. SORBER, D.D.S. - . CLEMENT RUSSELL JONES. M.D. - WILLIAM LINCOLN FICKES, D.D.S. FREDERICK CHARLES FRIESELL, D.D.S. , - ALBERT FLOYD JUDD. Pharm.D. JOHN FLOCKER BIDDLE. D.D.S. - ROBERT ZUGSMITH, D.D.S. - - - Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry, Anaesthesia and Extracting Professor of Dental Anatomy, Dental Medicine and Comparative Dental Anatomy Professor of Anatomy, Oral and General Surgery - . - Demonstrator Operative Technics - - Demonstrator Operative Technics , - - Demonstrator Clinical Dentistry Professor of General Pathology, Materia Medica and Therapeutics .. Professor of Dental Ceramics and Hygiene - Professor of Histology and Bacteriology - Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Metallurgy , Professor of Orthodontia and Radiography . Professor of Physiology and Embryology Bexnnnstratnrs sinh Assistants CECIL OLIVER BOOTH, D.D.S. - - - ..... Prosthetic Dentistry LESLIE WADDILL, D.D.S. - L - . Dental Anatomy, Operative Technics PATRICK VINCENT MCPARLAND, D.D.S. - ,.... Clinical Dentistry Lucius WALLACE OHL., D.D.S. - C. J. BALEACH, D.D.S. . A. A. BRACKMAN, D.D.S. - L. J. CALIHAN, D.D.S. - - W. B. COULTER, D.D.S. .. - ALBERT LESLIE EVANS, D.D.S. - EDWARD C. SHRYOCK. D.D.S. - ELMER WEGER. D.D.S. - - SAMUEL DWIGHT EMRICK. D.D.S. JOHN C. HIPPLE, D.D.S. - - MAX NEAL, D.D.S. , - - ALLISON LUTHER LEWIS, D.D.S. THOMAS ZWINGLI PLANK, D.D.S. ARTHUR BOWMAN FRENCH, D.D.S. HURST DAVID FONDA, D.D.S. - WILLIAM EMERY COULSON, D.D.S. CLYDE THOMAS PAYNE. D.D.S. - CHALMER MCCOMES, D.D.S. - CHARLES CULVER BRIGGS, D.D.S. JOHN BLAINE LITMAN, D.D.S. WILLIAM ANDREW DUNN, D.D.S. RUSSELL HARRISON KIRK, D.D.S. EMANUEI. GEORGE MEIsEL, D.D.S. - , Operative Technics, Clinical Dentistry Anaesthesia and Extracting I Demonstrator Operative Technics .. Demonstrator Prosthetic Technics - Demonstrator Operative Technics , Demonstrator Prosthetic Technics . Operative and Prosthetic Technics . - - Clinical Dentistry - - Histology and Pathology - Prosthetic Dentistry - - Clinical Dentistry ,, - - Clinical Dentistry - Crown and Bridge Work - - Prosthetic Dentistry Librarian, Clinical Dentistry , - - Clinical Dentistry .. - Clinical Dentistry - Crown and Bridge Work - - ' Crown and Bridge Work - - - - Clinical Dentistry - .... Prosthetic Technics - - Chemistry and Clinical Dentistry - , - - Operative and Prosthetic Technics - ..... Histology and Pathology HARRY CAMERON METz, B.S.. D.D.S. . - ,. Orthodontia. Ceramics and Clinical Dentistry ALFRED CLYDE YOUNG, D.D.S. - . - - - ' .... Clinical Dentistry DIc1-:SON LEE SINGLETON, D.D.S. - - .... .... A natomy ' EDGAR THOMAS CHATHAM, M.D. - . ....... l - Anatomy F ICI II WILBERT MCKEE, D.D.S. - --.. - - - Clinical Dentistry I Lu . A, E, FAWCE1-T, D.D.S. - - Demonstrator Chemistry and Prosthetic Dentistry A. M. MARTIN, D.D.S. - - - - Demonstrator Clinical Dentistry Eighty-three , V4 J It L.. A LLILL i ,,,,A,,,,,, S, i si . is a 0, of A .I l f li if Y W J TT"'-.-.,..,,.- X A X Vw ,,,x,.............1:::.-. -----'2e"f----------"-'-'-1----A-- -Aw-.--.......,:,,,,.,, , ---: Y' , l ,A ""fR'-we . .Am -AY-- L - --,,-.1--:gin W .- W . . .V L. . . , .- :ss --- 'rr A ' . .ISM PEZ: - ' ffTf'i""'i"7""T"T' .... ' ' 'T""',,, "Ting 'f' . .,.. ' H- "':7T LLYSTZ'-xg ....I - 'gras as ' 'lllfil OHPTLYL -?'la.,ff5 A lu 1 JD! THE UNIVERSIYT llerturez fs as A . II" I a I-II JI y 'W : I I . iii if 1:1 .I I II I, 'I I I , I ALLISON LUTHER LEWIS, D.D.S. - . - , Crown and Bridge Work I ' CECIL OLIVER BOOTH, D.D.S. - - Dental Economics II EDWARD C. SHRvoCIc. D.D.S. - - . Dental Jurisprudence ' ... . JOHN C. HIPPLE, D.D.S. - - ..,. Dental History , ,,, , ' ' ARTHUR BOWMAN FRENCH, D.D.S. ,,,,,, Ethics ' ' R. C. IVICKELVEY. D.D.S. - - . Demonstrator Clinical Dentistry F. C. HOOD, D.D.S. - - - - Demonstrator Operative Technics I I II III I I . f Ernnnmrra I I I JOHN THOM HOLDSWORTH, Ph.D. - - - Dean, Professor of Finance and Economics I I II . FRANCIS NEWTON TI-IoRPE, Ph.D.. LI..D. . Professor of Political Science and Constitutional Law QQ! HOWARD WOODHEAD, Ph.D. ....... , - . . Professor of Sociology f'! IRA C-RAEssLE FLOCKEN, A.IVI. - - , ,, . .. - - Professor of Accounting 5 FRANCIS TYSON, Ph.D. - - - ..... Assistant Professor of Sociology I CHARLES ARNOLD, A.B., B.S. in J. - . Assistant Professor of Journalism and Advertising H ALBERT BAYARD WRIGHT, A.M. - - - - ASSISCBHF Professor of Political Science g HOWARD CARsoN KIDD, A.M. . . .. - ,. Assistant Professor of Economics III MoNTFoRT JONES, A.M. - - .... . - - Instructor in Finance EAUL D. CxoNgERsE. AAMM - Instructor In Commercle CLeave-of lAbsenceQ .II HARLES . COVEL, . . - ..,,. ecturer in nsurance , er , . I 1 I finming iirnnnmira III I Ii! .JOHN TI-IoIvI HOLDSWORTH, Ph.D. - - - Dean, Professor of Finance and Economics :gi IRA GRAESSLE FLOCKEN, A.M.. C.P.A. ,,,.. Professor of Accounting JosEPH ALBERT BECK, B.S., LL.B. - , , ,. - Instructor in Econgmics iii JOSEPH ROVER CONRAD - - - . . - Instructor in Business Law 3 AUGUST HILLER, C.P.A. ..., ,, - Instructor in Cost Accounting AUBREY LEONARD AsI-IBY, A.B., LL.B. - Instructor In Corporation Finance and I1 I 'I Business Law I 35' .IAME5 ORICN MACLEAN. C.P.A. - ..., Instructor in Accounting I V CHARLES ARNOLD, A.B., B.S. lh J. . , - Instructor in Advertising . N MoNTEoRT JONES, A.M. - - . Instructor in Banking and Finance JI HOWARD WOODHEAD, Ph.D. . . - .. - - Instructor in Sociology , iff FRANCE: TYSOIB EILD. .... Instructoxi in Social Egonomy M .12 I SAAC ,0YCE, . . ...., ,... n structor in anish I ELVERTUS FRANKLIN BIDDLE, B.S., B.O. , - - Instructor in Public Spsaking ' MELVILLE C. WOOSTER, C.A. - , Instructor in Auditing and Accounting Ill ALBERT LAWRENCE JACOBS, C.P.A. - ,,,- Instructor in Accounting . -IFAUL ?lELANEXN,E!CONVli13li-15555 A-M- A A - - I Instructor inpcorrfnlmfrce I assi: AYES HITEI - - A - - - nstructor in s c o o EDMUND C. CAUSE - - - - Instructor in AccountingySysteg II ' I JoI-IN F. LENT - - - - - Instructor in Railroad Traffic II: 'I HENRY W. ARMSTRONG - - - I Instructor in Real Estate ' V I W. KENNEDY BROWN - - - Instructor in Real Estate 3 Vs. I WATSON B. ADAIR, LL.B. - - - Instructor in Conveyancing .IAME5 R- DUNN- A-Bu I-I--B - - Instructor in Conveyancing I 351 JOHN W- CHAI-FANT. B-S.. I-I--B- A - Instructor in Title Insurance :Apr FRANK H. ECKEL5 - M - - Instructor in Accounting --H I 5 nc, FREDERICK H. OTTMAN, A. . . Instructor in Accounting Lf," ' 1 as FRANCISCO PINoL - - - - . - Instructor in Spanish I .L V9 JoHN T. DUFF. JR-I I-I--B- - ,. Instructor in Business Law ' I' A I , . , II Eighty-four II I W4 'I -v-. ,.-'x I I 1 f ,Y-f,ft"'fqN"'Ei4' BX..- - A-1 A Az:-:.w-A, AA,-.......,....AAA,-.AA ,,AAA1Af"N f 5-xx N I A ., if I , 'jf , SI" " 1-f - If A, 11 f:1,j9x,.....-:..-.AAAA-AMAAAA.....-AA AA A A ,WC .A -,ggi Ye, , flag If I Iyiligli--qvw, ..:M-s-..,...-f-..,,,..........--- - - ---A 'Tig -W -4 A - A A Y A A A AY ,172 h..,1, Y , ,c I 'Al--"x I ---ues" . f , -.. :'tf'.f3fia,,,g5h:f.'.z.i..ze"' LA- A L-,L A I 3,151 ' ' - - . All! in X ,, A , "," t':-Lf." 'T ff X - I' .mafia - , A .q3rig-g.g.ir+ zjbgggf - - X ir A THE UNIVERSITY If I 1 iEhuratinn il in X GARDNER CHENEY BASSET, A.B., Ph.D. - - Miss SUSAN TROWBRIDGE CANFIELD, - . 3 , V, I I MRS. ALICE MARY CARMALT - . . . I 5 FREDERIC CHARLES CLAYTER, - - I MISS KATHERINE FOULKE, A.B.. A.M. , MISS ADELE MAY JONES, B.S. - - 'ffl GEORGE ELLIS JONES, A.B., Ph.D. - . HULDA JANE KENLEY, ...... THOMAS JOSEPH KIRBY, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. - - HERBERT REYNOLDS KNIFFIN, - - . , I- CECIL KENYON LYANS, A.B.. Ph.D - - - 1 MARGUERITE LOUISE MCLEAN, A.B., A.M. - .I ,Ig I 'r ll ll 'I WILL GRANT CHAMBERS, A.B., A.M. - Dean of the School of Education and Professor of Education Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Psychological Clinic - - - - - Instructor in Music Assistant Professor of Elementary Education - - - - Assistant Professor of Art - Instructor in Secondary Education Assistant Professor of Household Art - Assistant Professor of Education , - - - Instructor in Music - - Professor of Elementary Education - Professor of Fine and Industrial Arts Assistant Professor of History of Education Assistant Professor of Household Science CHARLES BARR ROBERTSON, A.B., A.M., M.S. . Professor of Educational Administration 1, f I RAYMOND WILLIAM SIES, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. - Professor of Educational Administration 'if Miss MEREDITH SMITH, A.B., A.M. - - - Assistant Professor of Childhood Education III Miss MARY GLOYD WAITE, B.S. .... ' Assistant Professor of Childhood Education I I MISS CATHERINE MATTHEWS, B.S., A.M. ..,. Fellow in Educational Psychology , all I MISS FLORENCE MABEL TEAGARDEN, A.B., A.M. .,... Instructor in Education if Mart Glime Zliarultg I WILLIAM FRANCIS ASHE, A.B. ,... Lecturer in Play and Physical Education ',, JAMES BOUDREAU ,.,.... - Assistant in Fine and Industrial Arts 35' ' THOMAS WILLIAM BURCKHALTER, M.P.E., B.S. - Assistant Professor of Physical Education WILL EARI-IART ....... M l I MISS LILLIAN EATON .... W GEORZJE PRESTON ECKLES - - - MISS AGNES BURNES FERGUSON, A.B. MR. DENA Zuc ECKERT, A.B., B.S. - . - - - - - Lecturer in Music - - - - Instructor in Education Instructor in Commercial Education Instructor in Physical Education - Assistant in Industrial Arts EE, PERCY V. GAI-IAN ..... . - Instructor in Physical Education 3 1 KARL GOTTLICH HEINRICH ........... Instructor in Dancing g I ' WILLIAM FRANKLIN KENNEDY, A.B., l- I- - Instructor in' History of Education MISS FRANCES McGoucH, B.S. QColumbIa Unxversityj - Instructor In Physreal Education ' Miss MARY EDNA NOLIN ...... - Assistant in Industrial Arts , I W Il MR. GEORGE WILLIAM POSTGATE - I ' MR. EVERETT SANDERS, B.S. . . , Miss JULIA SHOUREK - - ,V MR. MYRON WALTER, B.S. , I I MISS EDNA WHITEMAN - . . MISS EMMA WILDER . . .. ,, MRS. VERNIE LOCKWOOD WILLIAMS - Instructor in Defensive Sports Assistant in Industrial Arts - Assistant in Nature Study . Lecturer in Nature Study - Instructor in Story Telling Instructor in Physical Education Instructor in Porcelain Decoration I, , MIsS ADA VAN STONE HARRIS - - Lecturer in Elementary Education 1 I SCOTT EARL LESLIE , , - - Assistant in Fine and Industrial Arts I I I Saturimg Qllaaa fur Glearhera I ' MR, BEN G. GRAHAM, A.B., A.M. - Instructor in Saturday Courses for Teachers 1 I MR, WILLIAM FRANKLIN KENNEDY , Instructor in Saturday Courses for Teachers I II- I MR, GUS-I-Av LUNDQUES1- , , 4 - Instructor in Saturday Courses for Teachers Q if ME, EARL WILLIAM REED L Instructor in Saturday Courses for Teachers L, I' MISS ELIZA MCMULLEN , Instructor in Saturday Courses for Teachers LN, .Y .. I if ' Y A 'I Eigl1.ty-Jive L llvl' ,fe-.N ,N ' -,N l I Ig Nl' .sf-FW 'J,,.f A f --.,,,,,,,..... ..,... .....,.,..,...,...,.................,,............ ..... .........,,.,.,..... ,, 'Q X MW- if-M If fl uf A-r..T-W" ,,,.,,.,. ai If 1 fir we , - 3 all-Q. ISi?,.t.A..,..,.t,?i::lf2?f,.,,.--.t.flftZ.-.QtfL-,,,,..,s2lff,f,fiM..,-A in . ,. , ,,,L,,,-..,,,L,..,,L,.c....,.,...,,..X...I..,...-.....-t..-,,-...,..,... -. ,....,T.,m,..3xQ:3,,, ' A 'S ss. " gas: I A ' if R ...ts .fi.sss.g.tL't' - -'L' Jl"L THE UNIVFRSITY ,Qt iinginrering N, A I I ' FREDERIC LENDALL BISHOP, Ph.D. ....... Dean, Professor of Physics 1 ' DANIEL CARHART, M.C.E., Sc.D. . - , Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering ' REID THOMAS STEWART, C.E., Sc.D. - - .. Professor and Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering ' ,IOHN HAMMOND SMITH, E.E. - - Professor and Head of the Department of Civil Engineering PAUL MARTYN LINCOLN, M.E. in E.E. - - Director, Department of Electrical Engineering MORRIS KNOWLES, B.S., C.E. ' .... Director, Department of Sanitary Engineering DAVID FRANCIS CRAWFORD - - Director, Department of Railway Mechanical Engineering LESLIE HUNTINGTON HARRIS, B.S. in E.E. - - - Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering fl' Oh I , -. --ff ,,ii,,, 3--W ,mygu M,,N ... . . P my g .,,,f:ii:,,I f,, ,d b ' Q, 155511, , if , -f l JV I V LOUIS EUGENE ENDSLEY, M.E. - . GEORGE WILKINSON CASE. M.C.E. - JOSEPH SIOUSSA LAMBIE, C.E. - - ,IOHN WEBER, M.E. ...... HOWARD EDWARD DYCHE, M.E. in E.E. .. , - Professor of Railway Mechanical Engineering - - Professor of Sanitary Engineering ,. - Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering , Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering LESTER CHIPMAN MCCANDLISS, B.S.' in C.E. . . Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering WILLIAM ROY WIGLEY, M.E. - , ,IOHN WISHART HALLOCK, M.E. , - . DAWSON DOWELL, B.Sc. in M.E. - ROBERT LEWIS GLASS, B.S. in E.E. .. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering - .. Director of Co-operative Work Instructor in Civil Engineering Instructor in Electrical Engineering Hllrhirinn THOMAS SHAW ARBUTHNOT, A.B., M.D. - WILLIAM WIGHTMAN BLAIR, M.D. - - - JOHN JENKINS BUCHANAN, A.M.. M.D., Ph.D. . EWING WILBUR DAY, A.M., M.D. - - - OGDEN MATTHIAS EDWARDS, JR., B.S., M.D. CHARLES CLAUDE GUTHRIE, M.D.. Ph.D. - JAMES DELAVAN HEARD, M.D. - CHEVALIER JACKSON, M.D. - . GEORGE COFFIN JOHNSTON, M.D. , .. OSKAR KLOTZ, M.B., M.D.. C.M. - THOMAS MCKEAN THOMPSON MCKENNAN, A. ROBERT TALBOTT MILLER, A.B., M.D. - - RALPH EDWARD SHELDON, A.M., M.S., Ph.D. DAVID SILVER, M.D. ..,... WILLIAM KEMBLE WALKER. M.D. .. - XAVIER OSWAED WERDER, M.D. - . CHARLES EDWARD ZIEGLER, A.M., M.D. - THOMAS SHAW ARBUTHNOT, A.B., M.D. .,,. - BENSON AMBROSE COHOE, M.D.. A.B. - THEODORE DILLER, M.D. ....... NI., - . Dean of the School of Medicine Professor of Ophthalmology , . Emeritus Professor of Surgery ,, , - - Professor of Otology - - . L - Professor of Pediatrics - Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology ,. .... Professor of Medicine Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology . - L - Professor of Roentgenology - - - - Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology M.D. ..,. Professor of Neurology A Y .. - - Professor of Surgery - W - Professor of Anatomy Professor of Orthopedic Surgery , - Professor of Psychiatry , ,. . Professor of Gynecology - . - A - Professor of Obstetrics Associate Professor Medicine Associate Professor of Applied Therapeuticff Associate Professor of Neurology WILLIAM LUDLOW HOLQMAN, A.B., M.D.. C.M. - .. Associate Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene RALEIGH RUSSELL l-IUGGINS. M.D. . - . Associate Professor of Gynecology Joi-IN ALDEN LICHTY. Ph-B.. Ph-Mn MD- - - - Associate Professor of Medicine EDWARD EVERETT MAYER. M-D-. A.M. - - , Associate Professor of Psychiatry ROBERT RETZER, M.D. .... , , ,, - Associate Professor of Anatomy ELLEN JAMES PATTERSON. NLD- - - Associate Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology EDITH TIEDEMANN WALDIE. M.D. - . WILLIAM CHARLES WHITE, M.B., M.D. - - - - - RAYMOND ALBAN DANIEL GILLIS, A.B.. M.D.. G.M. - - Associate Professor of Otology Associate Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Obstetrics l I llffi GEORGE LIVINGSTON HAYS' M.D. - - , g - - - Assistant Professor of Surgery ' ,l i" 'ff as I ' ,N r X Eighty-six II ' gafffa A 'II -3 x S' I I"'i WWW KM T I S' ' fig i11,j9xI.- -........,..-,.-s-. Ei, L, V 'NG ,U ' - A... W. t. .. ,,.. ,,,.,...,,... M.. I nr, MMM M , . - N-. ' :,,,,,g mg 1 1 KL-mlfgifu V461 A , l l mph ' Q. 12' THE UNIVERSITY Ib I4 Oi JAMES IRVIN JOHNSTON, M.D, - - OTTO FREDERIC KAMPMEIER, A.B., Ph.D. - - - Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Embryology and W' W ' 5+ -nf iigw b, L55 ' ll' Vg, JAMES HOMER MCCREADY, M.D. IRWIN JUSTUS MOYER, M.D. - - HENRY THOMPSON PRICE, M.S., M.D. HOWARD GUSTAV SCHLEITER, A.B., M.D. THOMAS GRIER SIMONTON, A.B., M.D. JOHN REID SIMPSON, A.B., M.D. - STANLEY SINCLAIR SMITH, M.D. . . EDWARD ALOYSIUS WEISS, M.D. . JAMES FRANK EDWARDS. M.D. - - JAMES GARFIELD HOUSTON, A.B., LL.B. CHARLES JOSEPH BARONE, M.D. - - DAVID MARTIN BOYD, M.D. - - WAID EDWIN CARSON, A.M., M.D. .. BENDER ZELOTEN CASHMAN, A.B., M.D. ALEXANDER HUNTER COLWELL, M.D. - HARRY RYERSON DECKER, A.B., M.D. Comparative Anatomy Assistant Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology - Assistant Professor of Medicine . Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Medicine - Assistant Professor of Medicine - Assistant Professor of Otology - Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology - Assistant Professor of Gynecology - - Lecturer in Tropical Diseases - - - Lecturer in Medical Law lnstructor in Obstetrics, Magee Hospital - - - - - Instructor in Pediatrics , , lnstructor in Ophthalmology - lnstructor in Gynecology - - Instructor in Medicine - lnstructor in Anatomy HOLLAND HUNTER DONALDSON, A.M., M.D. .. . - lnstructor in Surgery JAMES KEELEY EVERHART, M.D. - - . - . - Instructor in Pediatrics SYDNEY KINSMAN FENOLLOSA, A.B., M.D. - , Instructor In Medicine in charge of NATHANIEL ARTHUR FISCHER, M.D. RAYMOND J. FRODEY, M.D. - . - ELLIS MILLS FROST, M.D. - - . GEORCE W. WASHINGTON GRIER, M.D. JOHN PERRY GRIFFITH, M.D. - - CHARLES HENRY HENNINCER, M.D. - JOHN CURTIS IRWIN, A.B., M.D. - FREDERICK MURRAY JACOB, M.D. THOMAS GOTTHART JENNY, M.D. . SCOTT LORIAN KOCH, A.B., M.D. - - THEOPHILE KARL THEODORE KRUSE, A.B., A.M. CHARLES HOWARD MARCY, M.D. - Clinical Laboratory A - - Instructor in Otology - lnstructor in Gynecology - lnstructor in Medicine .. lnstructor in Roentgenology - - lnstructor in Surgery - lnstructor in Neurology - Instructor in Obstetrics - lnstructor in lmmunology - - Instructor in Medicine - Instructor in Ophthalmology lnstructor in Physiology and Pharmacology - - - Instructor in Medicine WILLIAM WATT GRAHAM MACLACHLAN, M.D., G.M. - - - - - - - Instructor in Medicine WATSON MARSHALL, A.B., M.D. .,... lnstructor in Laryngology and Rhinology EVAN WILLIAM MEREDITH, M.D. - - - .... lnstructor in Surgery EDWARD JOSEPH MCCAOUE, M.D. - . .... lnstructor in Surgery WILLIAM SWINDLER MCELLROY, B.S., M.D. - - lnstructor in Physiological Chemistry ALEXANDER CHARLES KINGSLEY OWENS, M.D. - - - Instructor in Ophthalmology HOWARD HENRY PERMAR, M.D. - - - L - - lnstructor in Pathology PAUL ROTHROCK SIEBER, A.M.. M.D. - . - - Instructor in Surgery ROY Ross SNOWDEN, A.M., M.D. - - - - - lnstructor in Medicine JAMES OLIVER WALLACE, A.B., M.D. , - . lnstructor in Orthopedic Surgery GROVER CLEVELAND WEIL, Ph.G., M.D. .... lnstructor in Surgery HERBERT G. WERTHEIMER, M.D. - - - - Instructor in Dermatology CORNELIUS COLLINS WHOLEY, A.M., M.D. - - lnstructor in Psychiatry ELMER E. ERASTUS WIBLE, M.D. - - GEORGE JESSE WRIGHT, A.B., M.D. ERNEST JOHN ATEN, M.D., A.B. - - CHARLES FREDERICK BIETSCH. M.D. RALPH HENDERSON BOOTS, M.D. - - - lnstructor in Ophthalmology - lnstructor in Neurology - - - Demonstrator in Medicine - - - - Demonstrator in Gynecology Demonstrator in Pathology and Bacteriology 1 Eighty-.ve'ven l i, ' . 1-' ,- Ponzi52Y''OI"s"'i"'I1ff'f"l1'r"i""'s"ffiiiO5if a s A-fi L J L 4-L ff! J J " THE UNIVERSITY ALBERT JOSEPH BRUECKEN. M.D. - ALFRED WILLIAM DUFI-', M.D. , - ANDREW PETER DIZMURA, M.D. - - Demonstrator in Pathology - Demonstrator in Otology - - Demonstrator in Medicine '19 03 so EE f I ROBERT MORGAN ENTWISLE, B.S., M.D. - EBEN WINSLOW FISKE, A.M., M.D. ,IOHN WASHINGTON FREDETTE, M.D. - HENRY CLEMENT FLOOD, M.D. - ELIZABETH GARDINER, M.D. L CARL GOEHRING, M.D. - ,' - CHARLES ELLSWORTH HARRIS, M.D. - ROBERT THURLOW HOOD, B.S., M.D. . CHARLES ALBERT KOENIG, M.D. - GEORGE RUFUS LACY, M.D. - - FREDERICK VICTOR LICI-ITERFELS, M.D. HERBERT MILTON LONG, M.D. - - MONTROSE BOVARD MAGOFFIN, M.D. CHARLES BUCKELY MAITS, B.S., M.D. WILLIAM HENRY MAYER, M.D. - - CHARLES W. MORTON, M.D. - - JOSEPH WILLIAM MCMEANS, M.D. - JOHN G. RICKETTS, M.D. - - - DEWAYNE GREENWOOD RICI-IEY, M.D. JAMES WILLIAM ROBINSON, M.D. - RALPH VINCENT ROBINSON, M.D. SAMUEL BERNARD SCHENCK, M.D. - JOHN HOWARD SEIPEL, M.D. - ZAccHEUs ROSCOE SCOTT, M.D. - JOHN HUBER WAGNER, M.D. - EDWARD WILLIAM SUR HORST, M.D. HAROLD N. STEVENS, M.D. - - - ARTHUR EDGAR STRAUSS, B.S., M.D. GEORGE GRIER Bocas, B.S. - - ALBERT DALBEY FROST, B.S. - - HAROLD AMBROSE KIPP, B.S. - - ROBERT HAMILTON MCCLELLAN. A.B. CHARLES KEPHARTO MURRAY, B.S. - SUSAN SHARPE WADDELL, B.S. - - - - - Demonstrator in Surgery - - Demonstrator in Orthopedic Surgery - - - - Demonstrator in Surgery - - - - - Demonstrator in Medicine ,. Demonstrator in Obstetrics, Magee Hospital - - - - Demonstrator in Pathology - Demonstrator in Medicine - - Demonstrator in Medicine Demonstrator in Psychiatry Demonstrator in Pathology - Demonstrator in Laryngology and Rhinology - - - - - Demonstrator in Medicine - Demonstrator in Medicine - - - - Demonstrator in Medicine - - - - Demonstrator in Medicine Demonstrator in Laryngology and Rhinology - Demonstrator in Pathology and Bacteriology - , , , Demonstrator in Medicine - - - - Demonstrator in Pathology - - Demonstrator in Surgery Demonstrator in Roentgenology - Demonstrator in Obstetrics - Demonstrator in Obstetrics - Demonstrator in Pediatrics - - Demonstrators in Surgery - - Demonstrator in Medicine - - Mellon Fellow in Internal Medicine - - - Mellon Fellow in lnternal Medicine Temporary Incumbent - Student Assistant in Physiology and Pharmacology - - - .. - Student Assistant in Anatomy - Student Assistant in Physiology and Pharmacology - - - - - Student Assistant in Anatomy - - - - - Student Assistant in Anatomy Student Assistant in Physiology and Pharmacology Mines MARSHMAN EDWARD WADSWORTH, Ph.Q. ..,,. Dean Emeritus, Professor of Mining Geology Emeritus, Curator of Geological and Mineralogical Collections HARRY BERTINE MELLER, E.M. ....... Dean. Professor of Mining STEPHEN LINCOLN GOODALE, A.M., E.M. - - Professor of Metallurgy HORATIO CADWALLADER RAY, E.M. - HENRY LEIGHTON, A.B. ROBERT MOFFITT BLACK, E.M. - ROSWELL HILL JOHNSON, M.S. - ANDREW BENNETT WALLGREN, M.D. - LOUIS G. HUNTLEY, E.M. - - ., J. EARLE BROWN A.B. GEORGE A. BURRELL A.B. Eiglzty-eight - - Professor of Ore Dressing Professor of Economic Geology - Assistant Professor of Mining - - Professor of Oil and Gas Production Lecturer on First Aid to the lnjured - - Lecturer on Foreign Oil Fields Instructor In Oil and Gas Production - - - Lecturer on Gas-Gasoline . r- ,,,. ..-. ,....... .....-.,,.,,,, ,.,,, ,,,,.,.,,, 4, sf' f' 'X A U K A IN" ' "WJ fit' 9 J I i ixhw-A01 XY? .. ,. - Iv ' -A V -5' , ef - we-A ,. .,,. . , . ., ,, , , 1 N' -as ,E . . -, ..... .,.... -,..,...., . ,,. eng K ,. 4' , ,.r. . . . .. ....t. ., .- ,... L.. M. M., ., n,.,,,, g U ,ifjl , If.. , A Jmrmwnmqqm jx W .. , ,.,,, V, . F I 4 I I a LI II 1 l G' K, if 1 I .,fai'N ' , W. M .,,. ,,-..l'55...r1.,.f ..,,,f . .....,.1 rl, ,UI 45 J"L W' my E .,,f?fQ b, ' are m ay W lv gk dy: iiharnmrg A JULIUS ARNOLD KOCH, Ph.D., Pharm.D., Sc.D. - Dean and Professor of Physics and Chemistry FREDERICK THEODORE ASCHMAN, Ph.B., Pharm.D. ..... Professor of Chemistry JAMES HARTLEY BEM., Sc.D., Pharm.D, ..... Professor Emeritus of Pharmacy ,IOHN FREDERICK BLUMENSCHEIN, Pharm.D. .... Associate Professor of Pharmacy. KARL SI-IAW BURKETT, Pharm.D., .... Assistant in Botany and Pharmacognosy LEASURE KLINE DARBAKER, Pharm.D. - - Professor of Pharmacognosy and Bacteriology ALBERT FLOYD Jupn, Pharm.D. .... Professor of Botany and Materia Medica STANISLAUS HERMAN KossLER, Pharm.D. - - - Instructor in Pharmaceutical Arithmetic A F R , lVl.D. - - ...... Professor f Physiology Lg3issEHiLBlfx?:l:I?Ilgh:rml1l3?Es - - - Professor of Pharmacfr and Director of, the Pharma- ceutica Laboratories JOHN HERMAN WURDACK, Pharm.D. - - Instructor in Latin and Assistant to Chair of X Chemistry 1,5 ' iii' rd: :M , b l ' Eighty-nine A 1,1 , ps Y cj if 'Q at I A Q - Y :Ll I I A , , Q I . 2 Ninety R. N, CLICQUENNOI EMERYS FRANCIS RAY L. KENT CLIFTON I. RUST -y, 3 . ,1 'Z-i7 ' xX x. I . KS, -Er Ld X r. f Qllawz Cmtirerz XV V President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Niuely-one J.""w-A-Q -NV- ,1 xv.-gf, V -,. 1 sw' H- l if Qi 1 5 M: ylllvii rvli . 1,1 ..- iff tilt g Nl Vll V5 wil ik? fl C 5, 'x iii il '? sgl V? 1. ' 'x 211 ' 1 1 31 l ,P vii f pil, , f 'f px lull 1442 1.5 H31 W2 I It lla 11155 "Mi 1 I 1 l -'-own-'as 1 M., 'A fran. 'rf- rig Tyr' frflfigl, ii. M fax r 1 I X A X -If .- M., ,AAA ffsfsi--si 'li if-i va? l,l""'i'::'2x:1af--....,.-...--- Q...-,if-:fe-N f X , Q.,-' g " of-: 4 ff r ',,.,. ' Ig-1 fl lf'-Y 1, ,....4 " Mr- ,fig if V- .j-if W, V 1 " ,..ggi.1Lf1 f 1 ', ,gif "' X' ' lffif, -V - A-M-JVM" 1--33 l ll! J ix-it-.Q V 1 . ,.,., ,., , .,..,.....-.,...,,.i, ,1.,i, ,x,.. i...,i..v:ii,4,.iiirii.r.i,. V' 1 1 1 u l E v J R'WK'HWVHNIUitlllllllllliii'iilliliilliliillllllllllHIIllIHHHlllilillliilllllllllIlllllllllilllllllillll lllllfrlll ii, y,,i , l . 1 i. . .i i r v W M5m'jV" A-'F COLLEGE EVA ABRAMS Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School P. E. P. Ambitious, energetic. pful. One of those two-year students who came back for more. lt is a pretty nice old wifi, Eva,---l---we don't blame you. NORMAN R. ANGNEY E K Il Glenshaw, Pa. Alleghen High School l9l8 Owl'Board I I "Agony" is the ofhcial Shylock of the College Junior class, and many of us have learned to dread his approach. He isn't a bit ashamed of the fact that he hails from Glenshaw, wherever that is. An admirable chap. whose friends are as numerous as his acquaint- ances. S. E. ARMSTRONG, "Sam" EA E Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School President College Freshmen Cl lp Cap and Gown Club CID Q21 OD: President Cap and C-own Club GJ: H1-Kockey Club "Sam's" claim to fame does not rest entirely on his dramatic ability, for he can do lots of other things, too. He has a strong personality, and many likeable qualities. besides strong executive ability. Everyone knows "Sam." - Wu.uAM C. Anvm Pittsburgh. PB- Pittsburgh High School ' ' . . Arvin is a firm believer in the infalllbrlity of the profsg this is probably the main reason back of the helpful corrections and suggestions he is constantly doling out to them dur- ing lectures: he probably takes .pity on the poor dears and out of the abundance of his heart helps them out of their difficulties. Tx-loMAs E.. BARTON A 'PA Washington. D- C- M Street High School . . l 'Tis said that curiosity will kill a cat. but we are willing to risk a few lives to l'lncl out what that M in M street stands for. This is the third year we've given that the once over, and we don't know any more now than when we started. You needn't sneer at Thomas just because he hails from D. C.: that's no sign that he's a Congressman. Ninety-two i, , ' '- l V -. .Nw 1 ,- " Mud" 'ww 5 -41' .:., ,1,- fa. ..-,..,5 n ffm" 'P ll 495 ,,I V! 'lil rl? gal' 'r,,. Iii f iz . p I C 0 L L E G E E E if VIRGINIA HAMILTON BAa'rr.s'r'r P Wilkinsburg. Pa. . - ' u Wilkinsburg High School 5 Women's Activities Association . 4 1 I Virginia is one of ourxquiet girls who are exceptionally clever in classes. We could 1 I say lots of nice and cute things about her, but we advise all curious persons to make her i acquaintance. They won't be sorry. H , r SOLOMON NATHANIEL Bazar., "Sal" ID E 1'I, , Braddock. Pa. ' g Braddock High School D . I ' Varsity Debating: Socialist Study Club: Philosophical Discussion Club ' This industrious youth believes primarily in the freedom of speech, and secondarily in 1 'r the exercise of the right of freedom of speech. His orations are always for the side which E L seems to him to be getting the worst o things. He is particularly brilliant in sociology. 3 I and we hope we wil be in class the day he argues things out with Dr. -Tyson. ' 'L Wu.aER C. COLVIN Califomia. Pa. ' Q California State Normal School N ga A bashful and aesthetic indivldual. He entered our midst three years ago to acquire ' , F 1 intellectual ability and as yet he is a pupil of the old school. Fond of ancient teachings i and movies-Lsome blend! g , 1 , , Ii, ELEANOR CALIQIOON ' Ambridge, Pa. ' K Woodlawn High School 4 HH Beaver College ' I V 4 ml , Women's Activities Association U 'v . ' X. E Eleanor is always busy doing nothing in particular. She is another of our girls who 4 "2 i decided Pitt held more advantages and al urements than Beaver. Always wears a if nfs 1, pleasant expression, and will do anything for her friends. Q if , wf 1 ' , 'l ' : J' Cacxns. JANE Bovn KA 9 5 Lg 111 Nl Pittsburgh, Pa. Q fl 1 Peabody High School 'Q f A 1' Executive Committee W. A. GD Q , 5 f if Cecile jane is quite an authority on etiquette, formal dances and summer resorts. We 2 fi L never saw her at a loss what to do next or how to do lit. How she manages to make A's 5 I , 'l I and B's in all her classes and still carry' the heavy social schedule she does, is a mystery f gg, to us. X . ' A ,. . I is Lil, - . Nmcty-ihree "N 5 I f 1 ,,.,.-,..-.-s.,t,,,.i.,.W,,,,-, ,,,,,,,,i 7 we......-..ca-,.,.,..,.,.-,A,t,...,....,.,..-,...i...........,............,.il 2 9 , V alfa , mi, K' wffxif 's..,..,..,......,e...-. --- V ff -v---W--Iam.-...........-T 1--as-r-f"'A"'vL 1' NN-.t ,fix EV - 1 x W .,.-f---A-.W W A ey.. W: J, ,.""g W 'Nur-'fS,,,.2 ' I xxx' Mm ggihwwd ia A mmf! ji--.--f"" WhxP""'-.:"',f il - 'W Pr K, P 5 iff i f 'i"f" ' i'x7""M7 fff:'S':P'4"fP'f"""Wfmf'i'ffW.m""f'ff"i7fW'f' N ' m""fW,575"'-5'l"7':? I -tv: P F L : g f "1 i :fi 'fa' iggg , ' -1 'a'c' 1 A- 4123? Bl -rife 4,15 t , -..ees ., K fg sa ,, as M Q "iU'gggQ-1 " Fi ., . ff' e F 1 f'1v2gj5fPf1 iw it -tl Q e ,gf Q ilglglllllllllllllllllllilllllllulililllllll , . zm:i'i1l'a1ii1 .11 mm a . llllilllillllllllllHllllllllllllllllll l ' 'l T ,lv Sq' yt 4 ll X, lil' 'v l l il ll l l 5, ,ill 'i,l. .-1, illi qv .J will. H 'l 1. i: gl .ali Is .Qi ll! 25. El. Elf gi i Ii! ,. flzi i 'Il lil iii ,is Mil llll illlz Iigis til .gli .141 lfgl :lui JH: :jf V fl 'll "ai 'ini IW ali? 2- 14- M 7 H1 . V 'TIA A7 s. -..- K' ip a gf" V I. lf., ' COLLEGE H. Cur-'FORD CARLSON li' Ql' A C-J A K ' 1 I Fayette City, Pa. ' . V - Belfontte Academy ' . " . V ' Varsity Football CU Q25 C335 Varsity Basketball CD1 C22 CSD: Y. M. C. A. .P Besides studying Medicine. "Red" finds time 'to be active in athletics. His modest traits together with his generous disposition, have won him many friends. He is to lead our next football team. Success to you, "Red." f I - . HAROLD CARMACK Wilkinsburg, Pa. A . Wilkinsburg High School V ' Mandolin Club ..,- . Harold and Robert are like the Siamese twins--always seen in close conjunction. Up to date we have been unable to learn whether they are really twins or not: but we will give everyone two uesses. Harold loves to laugh. and when he does, the entire class is apt to catch the ingection. Here's hoping the never loses his sense of humor. ' Rosen-r CARMACK. "Bob" Willcinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Q Mandolin Club ' This is the other half of the Carmack combination. They aid and abet each other in everything they do, even on the mandolin clubs. We suspect that Bob joined to chaperon Harold--or is it vice versa. , I HENRY T. CARPENTER, "Hal," Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Pitkin Club CID CZJ C32 I , 1 I "Carpy" is a very elusive individual who steadfastly refuses to divulge what meaneth i the mysterious T. 'in the middle of his name. I just to get even we will call him Henry. I By persistent inquiry we learned that he occasionally ca ls on the fair sex, abhors colored sox, and has one constant worry-that of being called on in class when unprepared. MONTGOMERY Sco'r1' CQLMERY, "Gum" ill I' A Swissvale, Pa. . Wilkinsburg High School , I H Oberlin College H i V ' " Despite the Monte. l1er6.1s.a dandy chap, who didn't take long to make good at , Pitt. His references were satisfactory. too. so he was immediately adopted by l9l8 H. Niriety-four -..l . . ...., , ,. , 1, Nfl, jlililf ,,., ,.,,,, , , ,.,.,,.... . M. W. . . 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P It seems that she did not saint sumciehf ervditikaiiiAHifiiliiiiiSwiiezbui.2?bfeIi?SChCi0IS.Q.Afer She iSA'qHirwn widuvui - jf Hworker. along scholastic lirieigQdt5IRitE.zi3gP'This.iis everfmentiqning. theaoeialflife in which' A Q QsheQjihdu1geggQ'epd which.qaeiarimee.rhreaArexia.QroQimerfere.winh,herAPsqbeolPwerkg Q fT?ARUSSi?1iL'0TT DAVIS?fPe!9".Qejf:f.ARHI:zffiff-P1inf '4-... "." P 'A 'A -P P. 532. Qlrlqrnesteaelppa... 11 .P,.5P.5P..35.P. ,5AQ5.QQjfj,f.2jA'Q..if2ggE.1A-AZIAQ Pj .',f- .:..A. -Aj A A 2 A 3 - Q eff? A..HQn1esfead2!HiizhPSChQvlf?1fig?3lz2PHS A" 22252522 55:1-i .A"'A 'fy 1- ' PP PP 'P - l 'A 'Stuklent Senate AGQ:'A.ChaifinanEiSenb.tef!Exeeut1vef Committee: Captain Freshman f Q 1'..f',jQBaskeQtEall CHg.-Diuide5AQ2JifQC4pP'egQlQQQwn.ff3QgA.College Owl Editori .Secretary and ' 'jgffPIgQ3ATreasurer... . P Q QlAQ1ijg55ffQjQfQs1s35Q5-Q, :z .1' Q A Q Z P I ' I P- Q 3A.A5'C0llCBe Senate 9 'A'-5:3 -- P. i M '3 P' A I ' HerePweQQl'iave a very talentegljndividyiall who-can ddeverything and clo it well. 'For' 'P 3 J:Epfdflfjblifjhigliversatilityg'juBt..glahCbi:atiifhg1Ygcolid fLboveL'?QTf3' . P A . . .A 1' A Q i. 4,:'. .VAS Z E .., H. ,E ..v .Q gf Qi'Reyholdsville,..Pd .Q'1 .fgPPP13 .A PP Inf52gg11ggj,AggQ.-A1 Q Q Q Q 11 .V': 5 fReyholdeiiilleillflidhif56ho5lAiiiffff-Q55-.pEQ'Q '!:111- rf QQ' .1i:' A3 .zff l - A - Q A . ' X "'KiSki-.Pie aiaforfSdHdo1if?iPA-z: ,"- 4 55iPl21,fagAfEFf3PiP:.A l l ' l f.ii'if P ' w . SQ saguruidsnlifeifgf Footbellg ymifyQ-Basketballevmaty Baseball. varsi:yPTraek . 4 EQ Itiwould be like painting the lgyato jiiytb Write-Something. about "jimmie.ff'. -His naine. is ldnbwn everywhere thatgT'9l51.j 555 .ffqizl ! N- A 3 A Q QQ 'ZQ' A " .A P 'fl D .Q Q 1. QA 4. . .Q I. . , . Q A m.Q,:::Altoqna.-Pa..A.f A--: QI.-A'.1i1figQ 1 QQ -. I gi- g.Pin.AlwohaPHighASehoe1--P , ..2 l:l 1:9 . ' P ..1W..A. Ae: NdWirii1lf1i:ClulJQPP '.': if ':" D155 "", .PTA A.A ' l l ' Q QP Q . ff I Here is one 'of:ouitftybiCal'i296eCls. lD'.Wl1OSB llfesehool end social activities are perfectly x ju '. .bglAheed. She hae-a Veijy etti'active'.smile,Qangi'a winning personality, . P. A A A Wxmaa C. Doucmxss. A KIJAQA A QQ " P Q P P . . 3Eiu:sburgl'n Pa. " A 'A fjg- 1 PP Q P A A Q Q',,Allegheny High Schools-P 'Q Q1-IA Q I AQ .. ' . A ' Q I: -'i'AY.fZM. CQ. A.:Polity Club . L Q' A It ' A Q QQ A' .V I .Q ill-u bl P V' The creator of invisible ink., Qlfleibelxeves ln retammg his ideas until he enters the law. ' " ' lg . . ggchgglg then look 1out,' fellowsg present Aphnloeophy will be rent asundeiu ' ' - 'cl Ll - . P. . - int- N 1 r6v .X . K ' - t e -aye vhq LJ 1" P Qi . if ..P+ -.If 'X 53 3 T. E E :1ln:11::.:iT-gzlgilii:lfggigztigigg-Li-P P- Q35 'AA 3 A V gf' V 'QIWWS I sq "ya 0'- wv s - W COLLEGE RI-:EA Eos Reading, Pa. V N A University of Pennsylvania. W. A. A. . ' When it comes to studies, Rhea "strikes at the stars with her exalted forehesicll' You'd think that the grade tree grew only A's to see her report card. Farmers Fluxanon. "Fink" ' Pittsburgh, Pa. ' A , 1 , , .V 1 Peabody High School A International Polity Club Vice-President - Fink is one of a type who receives inspirations spasmodically. while pursuing his course in philosophy, and then assumes an idle attitude toward life until the next clay. . BYRON JANUARIUS FINN Pittsburgh. Pa. South High School Newman Club Byron Januarius has one constant dread---that of being mistaken for a German. He is a sociable youth. and isn't afraid to smile. whether he knows the one smiled at or not. He is eamest and determined in everything he does.whsther it's reciting in Political His- tory or rooting for old "Uni," V Donoruv M. GREEN A Z Mt. Lebanon Pittsburgh Academy I U U . I . ' ' International Polity Club: First Aid Club: Women s Activities Association Dorothy is always very much in evidence in the corridors of State Hall. where she has a following all her own. Usually follows the line of least resistance, but makes good at everything just the same. She is quite enthusiastic about basketball and dancing, and is a most wonderful cook. MARIE Gnosxrzmoen Z TA Pittsburgh. Pa. Allegheny High School g i 4 ' Girls' Basketball CID C21 GJ: Women's Activities Association 1 lil Marie is one of the stars on the yet undefeated girls' basketball team, and quite as ' ,ll ' I Ill I clever at other things as she is at athletics. She has finally succumbed to the lure of the : 'li i gn' Physical Ed department. and may be seen most any time with a pair of gym shoes in one "Y" I l 69 f hand and a traveling bag in the other. 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Ivan: rl ill All -- I COLLEGE :ff gill :H -if sa, ,Y W --, T1 , -,NN K -W H --W--M N- M 1 Ml ' 5'f ll . .. l 1 Ru-ri-1 R. HARRISON, ' Rufus, X ' l l I if Parnassus. Pa. I 1 'II il Parnassus High School A l I ll 1 1 ,z Young Women's Christian Association: Women's Activities Association: Girls' Varsity 5 l X Af 5 Basketball I , j My M Until we found out she was from Parnassus. we were quite sure she hailed from South l 3 If gl' :s Ca'lina or Geo'gia, for that slow drawl of hers was most deceiving. "Rufus" refuses to X ' l l allow her school work to interfere with her athletics. 9 , Ili CccsuA jAcQusr.iNE: HAR'rz. "Cale" Q ' ll! ill 2 Pittsburgh. Pa. i Hg S Altoona High School U , Ill Q Women's Activities Association l A ix I g P "Cele" is about the busiest person we know. How she gets from South Side to Cora- i l ' if 2 opolis and back to Pitt each day without the Magic Carpet is a mystery to us. j ll? 3 ' ' l GLEN H. HEILMAN, ZA E i w 'Q 5 Leechburg, Pa. - i' 1 ' lf' f 5 Leechburg High School . f 1 le ll Q ! Class Basketball QU: Druids I . lil 3 Cupid's first assistant. Glen carries a tremendous responsibility upon his capable l ' Q Q 5 shoulders in dragging down his A's and B's' in the Medica School. and simultaneously 2 A ill 5 I I maintaining his batting average in the Fussmg League. i wg X H135 5 Hsi.sNE.HowAno. AZ A ,mf 4 Q, 3 Pittsburgh. Pa. A Il, 1 'l iff E , Charleroi High School ll 2 5 Southwestern State Normal ' 5 Scio College l Elf 1 3: ' 2 Carnegie Library School A gr lil 1 A ' A " A smash Y W CA cabinet 9 lm 5,5 3 Women's ctivities ss 1 . : - - - 1. Q, Q ' Q Helen should be a very erudite yound lady, if the numerous schools she attended has i Q H fff l anything to do with it. Beside her countless other duties. she chaperones Mary and l 1 l Iii lj ' ! ,Q plays the pipe organ. , 1 ,Us ll ' . .N i M I A lgl2,f: l MARY E..HowArm A Z glyll il ,455 g Pittsburgh. Pa. z 3, Ill: li j7 2 S Charleroi High School 2 Q 5 Q l :Q il Pittsburgh Academy K 415i , il 5 . A Scio College 1 l l'5 ' . igl , 3 Women's Activities Association: W. C. A. l Ny 5 ' 'QQ ' A Mary is very popular and precise in every thing she does. although she often refuses g j j jj ' lp, 2 to obey Helen. Her enthusiasm is always at highest tide, especially for affairs in which Aw ' Q 1 "VI , 5 , ll :: the co-eds are concerned. b N, N , Ninety-seven ' ' l . ......-..-. A .,,..,...a.-. .. . ..., .,..c.-.- ,.,. We..- ....-, --A--It-M A -fm ...v...-.....,,..,- .,., , ...,.., .,... ,,. . ...-.-..,.,,,,,,,,.,,, w 'IJ l ll M g '. 'm CD A P f f ll. . i ' . w . i- i'?T1g,g: 17.1 . .gli I iii? -V W f nel QHQH -s D J O an I QE Q L11aniiiiiiiiiilliiifiiliiiiiil1sw' mi mmlm Ill 1 COLLEGE .,.............-.....................-.1.....-..,.,..-. ....,.-, W MARY ALMA BARTON JOHNSON ERO Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Central Hi h School ' Treasurer W. A. A. oi: Y. W. C. A.: Pitt Players CID C21 Q31 Mary, besides bossing the English department and shining in public speaking. man- ages to run the Pitt Players and still have time enough left for a social engagement elver night. Her poise is perfect, her temper equable, and her personality altogether c arming. ' ' VIVIAN JOHNSON ,"Billie" ' lngram, Pa. . g Crafton High School Women's Activities Association "Billie" is of the approved feminine. ty e. as depicted-by George-McManus. She .always looks as fresh and dainty at the eng of a hard day's work as she does when she steps off the car from Carrick. However, we don't think she cares much for scholastic attainments, -but believes in "l'm in college not for knowledge. just for college life." MAY KARNS A Z Braddock. Pa. Braddock High.School . ' V ' Women's Activities Association .-'. A ' May is one of those brave souls who take their lives in their hands and ride in from Braddock in those cute little see-sawing street cars. They evidently do not make her sea-sick, for she always seems very much alive when seen in the corridors' of State Hall. J. RAYMOND KAVANAUGH A I Sharpsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh Central High School ' ' Pitt Players: Cap and Gown OJ C223 Newman Club: Classical Club A This chap is easi y recognized by the bright pink mufflers he .wears on cold days. He has an extremely interesting line of conversation always 011 YHP, and is noted for his con- genxa ity. . Tr-rowms R. Ksuomcx. "Tom" fb I' A Duquesne, Pa.- . , , . Duquesne High School , I - ' Varsity.Wrcstling CIQQQZJ OJ: Freshman Football Cl J: Varsity F00tballSquad CZJ 137: Manager Wrestling' eam OJ: General Senate C21 C3l:APres1dent College, Senate CBJ: junior Prom Comrmttee GJ V Q . . , 1 . A Owing to the high price of paper. we dicln't have room to put-in any moreof Tor-n's ac. tivities. He is extremely versatile in social circles, too. but is usually so busy that his school work interferes with his other engagements. V., , . ' H l 4 , N-incty-eight ' A . A LJ hm y W .... 77 T. V -- V - - - V -. V e-,-., .H -,,,,--,-.-.. .-...QA - ff M, li I mph 0'- 53 .3255 0--A l A--. -,,-:-- . .- 3 COLLEGE Enwm C. Kxmczmrjiz.. "Ed7' i A E H , - Catlettsburg. Ky. , ' - a a A Catlettsburg High School - . - A y University of Wooster -'I - 1 . Q ' f . . goreign Student' Committee: Prodigal Club f2D:,President Prodigal Club C325 Debating eam Q - ' ' . . We will back Ed againstanyone as the tallest fellow in the class. And that ian't all. He has a unique brand of humor which would. make a murnmy smile. It is only lately that he has succumbed 'to thewiles of the fair sex. but at the presentarate we fear greatly for his future. An industrious worker, and sure tobring fame to l9lB. Ben D. LAzAn . - ' 1 Q A Homestead, Pa. . - ' . 1 Homestead High School - . ' Q Ben spends his days interviewinganxious students, pounding the typewriter, and chewin gum. He is very sociable, for he often smiles atus. Once in' a while he varies things by attending class. ' V. i 1' ' i PEARL Lrrrns Pittsburgh, Pa. . . - A . Central High School A . ' 9 ' I ' W. A. A. . , . E Started in the rnusicxicourse and liked Pitt so well that she decided to come back for i cligrige. Fluffy goldy hair. dreamy. blue eyes and fondness for pretty clothes-that's itt e ear . ' - . -, ' ERNE:s'r W. LOGAN fI1 B H Dubois, Pa. V A , Dubois High School I . I . Ernest is 'a tall grotesque being who goes about his business quietly. Since he has isolated himself on the hill we have been unable to .hear of the wonders of Dubois, which from his own account is the birth place for engineers. just why he has forsaken the engi- neering school to follow medicine makes us wonder. ' VIOLA B. R. LUDWIG, "Billy" H Aspinwall, Pa. A Aspinwall High School Bethany College ' i Y.'W. C. A.:'W, A. Ar, . " . . Violafs activities are .not merely confined to the environs of Pitt, for they say she is quite as popular outside., She' has a low and 'pleasant voice, ever a pleasing thing in woman. We wish there were more co-eds like, Billy." , . . E no Ninety-nine O 1.1 M s e , i f nl IX e egsfwa W-' eraa QQ..-. 5 -J A: -'3 its carer Q4 lllflff' R i an -Q A .s K U iw 77 ' ggglr QQ ' Vw' .- K ' IT1liiiiciiiiiiiiiWiiTifiiihiiiiiii liiziiii iimiiliiilfii iiiiiiiiiiifiliiTiimiiiiimfaiiiiihiiiiiiifli1une ' J' 1 sv' 1 I 1- iz' ' , , W , ,,,,,-i,,,-,,,v,,,iql-,a,,,,,, , ,,-, "1 COLLEGE -,.............,.-.........,.....-........L...................., , . .....-....- ...Y 1 Q A ' I MARGARET voN LYON. "Peg" - Connellsville, Pa. Connellsville High School 1 Maryland College ' . 1 Women's Activities Association 1 , 3 L I Dianthian. ' ' 1 "Peg" is a newcomer in Pitt this year. and a welcome addition to the ranks of the co- g 1 eds. She is one of the most genial and warm-hearted girls in school, and optimism must ' f 1 be her middle name. However she does have one grievance. and that is "luncheon." ll MARGUERITE MATTESON, "Meg" A Z ' I I Washington, Pa. l Washington High School I K , , il l W. A. A.: Pitkin Club: Intercollegiate Prohibition Association i X ll, ' il "Meg" is one of our ambitious girls, who also believes in preparedness in her studies. 5 1 1 We don't believe she cares much for men. V X3 ri 1 HOWARD MCCLENAHAN. "Mac" T I , 1 W , 1 Pittsburgh. Pa. A I gf! X Allegheny Higgs School A 1 Q Pitt Players: I resident Pitt Players CZ, I i H X 5 "Mac" is known to everyone in .the University who has any leanmgs toward the I ll i ff! 3 2 dramatic art. He has the true artistic temperament. probably acquired by his assiduous 1 f E 'ff 5 frequenting of the Nixon theatgr. bHei:isl5hf1 man who was largely responsible for the J: ' 4 3 1 success of the recent pageant at or es ie , is stage managing eing quite professional. 1 w IM Q 1 H 1' 4 . 1 - l U " Y F M CLINTOCK. "Flossie" ' mi 3 La':,i':s:P: g i i Wdidzx'E-lA5:lii35:lieJ:iXasociationI l f ill l To tell the truth, we think her nickname fits her. "Flossie" appears to come to school Q ,X only for the social eiiversicqn It affords her, although she manages to pass some of the Q 3' , ' ll , hardest courses in t e oata ogue. 5 vi 1 f . .. A Eli, VERA LEONE Nslsl-1, ' Very Nice E R O Q 5:3 yi Q Canonsburg, Pa. E 7 'N ' l' ' Canonsburg High School I new cms clee Club: w. A. A. 2 A f There are pretty girls with Haxen curls, ' 5.5 And black hair's grand tis said- ,, V But as for me my heart strings twine , ,, , Round the girl whose hair is red N i One hundred 3 QV' 'NW ' N, if A f ',,. Lvl Y , J' W 3 Eff i A it if" it ll N 3 ,Q Vg W - I ' W Av, V Q ' I7 ,ai .V P"h-u-ex., ....-..?..,............t-.g.e.,.,.,..f..,.-...,,m....fi.1:1g..,.....,.,...... ,... -f' di N' .2 Y ' A A - -- -f --W ":"'f: 'ZAA "":'K"'fiTT"!"""T' , -flfigiftsf. " t 'Z'-:. i i i n i it 1 1 'x B 5 f I , 4 Z it ll- Q """"' Y Y, - 0 A ,.. ," ."' h ' -. i :yin t i 'iss s 5 V QA QD , a i 255556 e e -- e tv P ' .Elf if. 'Ti?fii13F:,f?lzE?QfifEf5f?Ef2??5?:7E fFf 3l2"f?fF37 'A.,' Q Q0 llllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfililllllililiillliifIIHHHIIUIHHHHIIIHHHHHHlHIIlIlHlIHlllHL5 I , . pl VI f ' I C 0 L L E G E V W- joi-IN j. O'DONNELL, "Pete" I Summit I-gll,bPa. i ' I N E "lg:i::??i1s ati! Irishman, and very proud of the fact. ,We also found out that he was quite fond of good things to eat, likes to rush-the frails, and is in constant dread of get- 1 11 ting fat. QOn behalf of the editor, we give him credit for being the most illegible writer , j in school.J , , ,ij BERTHA ORTMANN KA C9 Q N Pittsburgh, Pa. , I W Geabody lligh School fi ' ' ' ' ociation , , I Beiiilsrfiiniz a iihlgtlgiilleegirl with golden hair, and a sunny smile. We wish there were W ' l more co-eds like her. Her demure appearance cloesn't mean a thing. which you will End l ' ' out when you know her better. Bsnvr.. Ami-A PAPE. "Betty" il Pittsburgh, Pa. F gg Butler High School 1 Al' gem? Coiifgifcli Wrgiieiixfeekly Staff Panther Owl Klub 1 if 7 nt an: . . .: 1 I Z f wil W: haxie here exhibit A of that ebullient company who write the comic section of the l YE 3 Pitt Weekly. We don't recollect just who the informant was but understand that Betty W' ff M is awful fond of marshmallows. When we mention her out of school. it is always, "Our M Betty." gg 5 ,Q l j a WALTER PETERSON, "Pete" E K H 1 llzumcsutawneyw-l?a.h S h I X, 3513 ' o 1 rl' "lg2i:cZPi:vdnx?Zry Lgl.'i0:S South, who is apt to be absent-minded. We can excuse him li for that, though, because one must think of "her" part of the time. at least. He is al- 1 ways cheerful and congenial: and genuinely popular with everyone. , He never startles ' E 5 gl with his brilliant ideas, but inchnes to actions rather than words. 3 L 1, ' ,t Ki I H. A. Pmcs t figgf Latrobe, Pa. -5 1 kitrolloe Hghlfchool X :Q 5. , pi V Thie:i::l?vidiiaFgefavorite indoor sport is arguing! with Dr. Linhart. The arguments 'E 1 are never decided either way. but nevertheless he as "spoken his mind." We admire Y him for his tenacity and perseverance. V l Q if One hundred one . .. , , i 5 W 9 , it if tl "IW, M,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,......-..--4-'-'- '-""""""""-"" '-- -'---'-'-"-- 'mf'-1 V-s-ww P--fi f 'Ja' 74 if V A ,"'v.,x -'wgfi IQ wp- L f--" C vw J Q "qt ,,.. . V Us V --1A'--- -fs --'- -- W- --- A-.- - f ' We-------r-----f - - ---,T-1 ' ig My 01 V ., .... -.... A-v.--.....:gs.---li. -LT..T..-,.3.. . ,i . j JDHL 'IJ :qi 4 as 32' f QH h X cl Ns W 2, Lil J EUIHIHIHIHIHIHHlHIHIHIHHIHIHIHIHIHIHIIHIHIIHIIHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHHIHIHIHIHHIHIHHIH i I I l ' s I 1 I i I l rf COLLEGE MAaaAns'r HALLVRALSTON A Z . Pittsburgh. Pa. A . . . . A P Allegheny High School V ' 3- , -- . ' . . ' - Girl's-Glee Club C22 OJ: Y. A. CU C25 GDI' g . ' 1 That much-becurled littleblond Peggy from North Side. Usually to be found on sec- ond floor State lunching or 'cramming history. i . . I Ti-mooonc G. Rcvnonns QATI . y McKeesport, Pa." ' ' McKeesport High School A ' Another doctor in the making. If he intends to ractice in thesame metropolis which proudly offered him as her contribution to Medical Science a couple of years ago, all we've got to say is that the makings better be good. MARTHA ELIZABETH RomNsoN, "Bobby" A A A Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Y. W. C. A.: Women's Activities Association Personally. we are quite fond of "Bobby," and we know'-we aren't alone in this obses- sion. She is very shy at first. but when YOU get to know her. she fairly radiates "pep" .and enthusiasm. One of the pillars of the chu-we mean school. N CIARA MAY Russ:-:LL Avalon. Pa. Avalon High School W. A. A. One of the rare, deluded persons who come to school for an education. Otherwise ss fine girl. Cunon lnvmc Rusrr. "Clif" Pittsburgh. Pa. South High School Class Treasurer l9l8g Y. M. C. A.: Pitkin Club "Cliff" is always quite exemplary in conduct, at least during school hours,but we have heard various rumors as to how he-spends his time in the evenings. He is reputed to be quite fond of the movies, but this is mere hearsay. His activities are quite varied, and he is indeed worthy of the trust l9l8 has placed in him. One hundred two H fd' n 01 O 1.1 . 0 OA, A' - - -H Y 4,0 'Fi if f be eggs .. " it QQ - f UTTT - 10 CO . ,, W' ' f-Q52 ' lc cr i U ' f bf' A . HHHHIIIIIIIHHHIHHIH HI HI HIIH HHHLE V sv' COLLEGE MARY Louisa SANNLLR' AHZQ - Q - - ' Wilkinsburg, Pa. -e f - ' ' -' ' Wilkinsburg Highischool ' -- Q ".' - ,Q -ZQ - ' Q ' - I girls Glee Club fl! Pitkin Club: :Y-QW. fA.': intercollegiate Prohibition ociety ., ,. . . , , . , , , This little for gets rnarlts 'all out to jherdsize.. 'l-ler pupils have to get a microscope to be certaiiijthat' they have a' teacher atzall .lrq i Q A , ALICE. E.'ScH:vn'rz, "Alf . Q' - Q -'V. 1 ' Q Q I ' ' ' ' Pittsburghg-Pa. - I ,, I Q' -- -Q Uniontownilfligh School "l, - ' , ' -Q QQQ- 'Q ' , " .Q QQ- - ' 'W4A.-A.:OwlKlub - ' ' Y ' just now f'Al's"'fa.vorite occupations seem to'be'skatingQand attendin' formal dances. . How she manages to do thisgand yet be exempt- in American Political History is the eighth myster of-theworld 'to usa- Notice herQnice smile. Q It is very effective with- well, that miglit be telling., 1 ' V . V V. Q I I P- , I Q lVlA'RlE:lVl. Scnwmvrz ' Q- ,'i- ' H - . I U ' A ' -Zlpittsburgh, Pa. ' - Qi Q- Q Q . Q . Q. Q Q ' 'Peabody High School- ' ,Q - QQ Q ' . Q' -' " ' ' ' ' P.E'..P.:Y.W.C.AQ.: - 1 '. Q- , - ' - QU A Q j - The veiled lady. She delights in belabormg theprofswith lengthy and learned ques. . tions. Evidently not broughtup in--the era of the unseen Qandnot heard" doctriney Gzoaoa A. SEUBBRT. f'CaIculus"- ' - ' - V , ' ' -- Q Latrobe, Pa. . . I .IQ-. .j 3 . ' ' Latrobe High School - ' - ' , .- ' , Q - 'Carnegielnstitute of--Technology e A I 1 4 ' l"lere'a a, fellow Whoknowshow. to appreciate a good school. We are more than glad that he decided to come across the Hollow to a regularinstitution. George's mind runs - to mathematicsg and hear Qthathe hasfigured tothe second the exact moment the World War willend. Has the rare Ciuellfyiof always being sincere. . ELEANOR G-,SPANdLER-'. ii ' 7 i ii ' Bellevue. Pa: '.'- ' Q I , ' -' - Q Bellevue HiZh'School' ' - ' - - A s ' CD:-Cl: r ' 'ndTrssS1ifGr 425: V' -P ' 'd W. A. A, 3 Q Y. W. cinifhfsssurlihba lgiitlgitiiiglub -gl 5- 422131: ,Prsnicaoifrffitfff 4 aug W.-QA.cAR Execu- 'i tiveCommitteeC2D.- ' ' A ' - .Lu doesn't talke-shefaccomplishesL 'HoWever. this isfiustito the world in generalg-on ac. . quaintarice ,you discover about all itherest of the virtues there are left to possess. rar , , ' ' - ' ' II , x ,Q , ' I One hundred three . Qp M W i O 'LJ - Y M 'fake .- -ggi, F . ml Eleanor isoneiof those qiuietgirlsi who nevertheless"are'arnong the most' active. 'She :S 1 t . .r a llllliiii a.. ... . Hip . W jf IE . i r .. . .5 QOLLEGE 4 I I L W- '-"" A--M--W-A -'-- -"- t - ,Q,,V -- V- - ,.......-,,... ,,,..,,,,, g . Hormca MILLER SPRANKLB. "Swank" V I ' Punxsutawney. Pa. MV l Punxsutawney High School 1 qi f Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Mandolin Club CU C325 Secretary and Treasurer Pitkin Club CD5 2 ili 1. 5 Rrogigal glub: Acting Secretary and Treasurer jefferson County Pitt Club 122: Q X .... Q Y E 5 - From the above you will see that "Sprank" has not been inactive during his career at J 5 Pitt. ln fact. although he does not attend Co-ed dances and whiles away his weary hours 3 i .gf N .at the Strand. he is just the type of man the school needs to inject that much-discussed i l 1" j' I "pep' and school-spirit into things. ' 1 ,ii I - Rosa Srussl E R O Toledo, Ohio . 5 Qi 1 Swissvale High School 11 Q 1 ' We are sorry to say she has left us for other fields. While here she was president of the j 4 X Y. W. C. A.: she was also a mighty good dancer. Such things do happen. Q DOROTHY EVELYN Suran A A A Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School , Girl's Basketball UD C23 OD: Y. W. C. A. 1 Oh. Ev'lyn. quit your clev'lin' 5 And quit your giggling, too. 'l'hat's fine advice. but don't take it. Lest you would not be you. CHARLES MILLER TBA Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabod High School Musicallclubs Q23 ODE A. O. O. F.n I Here is another participant in the Dl8COfd Squad." However. judging from his pic- ture. he is otherwise quite exemplary in conduct. Charles has one principle-that of .never reciting more than once during the same recitation hour. He is well liked by all 'who know him, and not afraid to in ulge in school activities. JOHN C. TEGETHOFF 411 B Il Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School 4 Pittsburgh Academy t Another scion of the Pfrlnceb Aflbertj institution of educational pursuit. We've go: L ' ' to hand credit to john for sheer innate ability, because all the records testify that he's X . 1 getting through in spite of the handicap. 5 11, , P 2 a 5 ,fi 5 One hundred four i.gl1,v1 .-wx" s 2 .. ' , , .. A If 2 Q 93 ,.,. 'fwwfgif-'X,,,,,,,.....'f,-. ,.-.,.-..,....-.,- L", ,,-A,,.fQLQMmxa-s.i" ., fa ' i V' liflliffwi T X i' 4 01 A- fs A A . ,flu -2 5- .. C ,, L T 'M ,f ain M if " YY A A W 'Ui A Y. -il I gh N - A E I .i U3 fp COLLEGE ii? H32 .V iiiif llfi .r..........-.........,-.-..-L...,...,.,.LLL ..,.. -.,,.,-.... .w.. . ...,,..-,.,,--,..,. L.,,,,....,,,...,,,. ,, v w , . In in an in 1 Hi Tl GRACE MARIE Vol-IR, "Pink" A A A - Pittsburgh, Pa. i Peabody High School ' ' Q 35: Basketball Captain Cl D: Varsity Basketball UD QD GQ: Y. W. C. A. Social Committee fig 5 f2Jp Class Secretary and .Treasurer I . . u i , 152 5 Grace Marie is a composite-of pep, an indomitable spirit, and pink hair. whence her 5 H' Q nickname. Possesses the happy faculty of doing things just a little bit better than any- I ' iii 5 one else, and doing them first. We are happy to learn, though, that "Pink" is going to , j 5, H give up her social activities and start revxva services at Pitt. She made this sudden de- ' Qlf cision during her recent trip to Waynesburg. 2 HUGH STANLEY WALLACE, "Stan" fb B I'I I L !,. lngram, Pa. Z Wi, ' Carnegie High School 1 iii f Student Senate C22 " "5 3 Stan is one of those competent individuals who is able to assimilate knowledge while s , ,M traveling from his native haunts. l'le has a wonderful knowledge for political transac- , ' ' ' tions and is also an authority on ancient philosophy. ' 5 'hi 1 MW 3 3 i":i 2 5 i .1 2 . LAURA E. ZEIGLER 5 T 'N F 2 Duquesne, Pa. 7 S fit 'i., ' Duquesne High School Q 1:2 Q 5 C-irl's Glee Club: W. A, A. g She clicln't put down her nicknames but they are probably Ginger. Carrots. etc. If 1 5 S you want to get her started, ask her what is a plateau? , : , . .. . , I if 7 "inf iiifii Z ivijg i 932.5 iirli i wi 5 P w 1, .5 4 iii? 1 lp S fir' . Z mg' 5 5 I T llirvi i wily qw 3 . ,E One hundred five i i...,.,.. .,.. ... .,,,,.... .... ..,.., ,... . ...,,,........ .t.....,.,-. -----A .... ., .....,. -,-..,.-,.---,---d A ,XX CD qxfxfv' 3 Lf N,...,.::fl , i I L ,. i V . A Q he-as -A f 2 ae-- 2- A-W--M -:e..W,f"M"Aw Ni in X, ' ' "' I f . ' if .5 -W , V , ,L -,,,,.,,-7 L..- ,,...n. A HH as wllivl ...gagg- IHIIIHHIHHIHIHHI CHEMISTRY Rosaar BRAINARD Coney Barberton, Ohio Edgewood High . Chemical Society Corey is a surenuf shark if there ever was one. He chooses his company well, therefore sublimed from Engineering to Chemistry. A good fellow, chemically speaking c. p. V KENNETH D. Doons, "Doc" A X E Butler, Pa. Butler High . Senate: Owl Board: Chemical Societyg Y. M. C. A. The worst that can be said of "Doc" is that he originated in Butler, filtered through Tech and Finally came to Pitt. Can be found most any time with his friend P. lpe carrying on the destructive distillation of tobacco: even had to smoke in the "Movie," ls earnest in all things and believes in everybody. He does police duty in the Analytic Lab and holds a big stick over the poor "fresh.' CHARLES CLYDE LINTNER, "Nux Vomica" Irwin, Pa. Q Irwin High School Chemical Society ' Nux's motion is mostly unordered and his migration is toward the cathode rather than the anode. Although his concentration is low, Nux has precipitated out of studious so- lution. True to chemistry "Ammoniacal" fumesnwhen Nux makes improvements on Physical Chem lectures. He is a good scout even if his alias is poisonous. KENDALL Slaaanr Tr-:si-I. "Si" A X E A ' ll, P . , . s xnwa a Asginwall High School Owl Board: Chemical Society: Secretary School of Chemistry: Y. M. C. A. Si's ambition was agriculture but farms come higher than laboratories. hence Chemis- try. Says the opposite of what he means. but usually means well. His reactions re- garding "lea femmes" are unsettled GD atlsresent. Has controlling interest in the School of Chemistry. ' Ofncial title "john," or " ay Dium" of the "Movies." ,Iosam-1 PAUL WIBLE.. "Doc" Kittanning. Pa. Kittanning High School Chemical ociety H 1 . Doc is Dutch, "nut ced. His ideas are as incapable of transmutation as are the ele- ments. ls chemically active about eighteen twenty-fourths of the clay. Makes all approx- imale weighings to one ten-thousandth of a gram. Doc's capacity for work is terrible. One hfmdrcd six - CD IJ 1 3 0,5 g g g ' H - , M gk- 2225? i i 5323.51.31-aiefffgfggjsff-1- 3 'L " cak- Jill.. ' 5 5 i-I .Qt fs nw , W Qll i i i Lil i l l W p lv illlllll IIHIIHIIIllllllIIIIHIIHIIIIIHIIHHIIHIIIIHllllIHIHIIIHIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIllllllllllllmllllg gm I Alf DENTISTRY i il A Eninn LEk0XiplVlBRDSE.' V V ., A . Sharpsliurg Eta H' h School ' V 37133 UTS' 'mi IB , ' ' ' ' . . . , ' ' Sharpsburg gave' us"thi.s quiet and gentlemanly individual who acts as a guardian or chaperon Cwe don't know whichlfor Harold. Made the memorable trip to Syracuse at half expense, and enjoyed seeing'Walter Camp's eyes opened by Pitt's wonderful offens- ive. ,V . e PARK R. Asx-nanoox V ' i ' . -- 'Alliance,I-Qhtzs' h I . - ' ' ' , AH. . D , L A biilgzlst sllidencln grid a'-first'-class workmen. Sometimes he combs his hair. but most often, he doesn't. No more will he join in those memorable parties of pre-nuptial joy. ELMBKE.. ATKINSON' ' 1 ' ' Pittsburgh. Pa. W Z FiftlLAvenFe High School e e b 32:3 bill: aa ron of his, Ackly looks more like a portable carpenter than a pros- ective tooth gpecialist. ' Ever found together with Findlay, which fact possibly explains W . is A-l Work ' 1 ' ' JOHN LA Vo' BARTON -'P' Q ' Punxsutawney. Pa. Punxsutawney High 505001 C d G CD , T'gF::l-?gdeli:lYi1n0f the boys. "Deho" frisked gayly about in the chorus of Dr. Divorce. Up in the Knoxville "Y" they think him very cute, but we are prevented printing Big Bassis opinion of him. ' , E - RALPH A. BAs'rRess A 21 A Grove City. Pa. Grove City Hifh School Grove City Co lege . ' J ' Vice President Junior Class ' W ld 't R l h 1 k retry- sweet at center on that Varsity Five this year? When he 1 A quit :lie iioor Saline Sui riost what promised 'to be the best center Pitt ever had. How- 1 :jjj ever. he is starring now in Operative and the indoor pastime so thoroughly known by i lol x Hoyle. A One hundred seven l ' i L, iam V , A . , ' ' AL-in p , Zan' iiiiii it l 0 CD It -- V,,, M -..... A -.. ii::g---,,. W .fm do aaa- 'A' iiii aw 'l I ' A D' zg1'f5.5'g"tf2"""'Tf"'t:'ff12--gg-1 , L. H ,r?f1ir. is" sses f D 5. f 1' - , e , ..,. . , -,.,. . W. . A , ,,,,,,.,,.-,, L 1-nA ai' A. all if I was 1' 5' ir' iff, lil' .N VE. rfi , . ,D me y ,Q D D :wg DENTISTRY 'fig I X v ii: T A V... . ,. ,.,. ,, ,V .M.4,.,,.. ,,,-,M , A. ' l l ' f Coumnm' O. Bxscl-roms A E A E Qp , , i Massillon, Ohio 5 1' 1 Massillon High School ' I Q Busy as he seems to be, Bish may often be seen helping an unfortunate start a gold , i 1 ll 2 filling in the typodont. Were it not for the fact that he believes the Massillon Tigers l 3 invincible, we would admit his having considerable intelligence. Q 1 fi - . A . I Q ' 1 DAVID Moaous Bois A E A i ' Homestead High School. Homestead, Pa. i University of Pittsburgh Economics All hail to Moegle, Homestead's brilliant man about town! This tall imitation of a , I 1 1 1 student is some bearcat on the polished hardwood, and in view of the fact he has the dis- A 1 Q ' tinction of being the cotillion leader of Homestead, Braddock and East Pittsburgh's I smart set. i S l . I 9 W ' ' 1 JD!-IN Lrasua Boors lb A GJ 5 ' 2 New Brighton High School. New Brighton, Pa. Q 'N 5 Geneva College I Q f r V Penn State f H 5 5 University of Pittsburgh, College Druids . ' ' Vice President and Cabinet, Y. M. C. A.: Student Senate: Musical Clubs: Beaver i W 1 Club: Prodigals jack is interested in so many activities that we often wonder how he spares the little time he spends among us. lnsists that chocolate is of great value as a body builder and 2 f a brain maker. and offers himself as testimony. S EARNES1' MARK BREED llf' S2 l Meadville, Pa. 1 ' ' Meadville High School - Meadville Commercial College Allegheny College Here we have a fellow little known outside the circle of his intimate friends. His dis- ' position is mainly responsible for this obscurity. Quiet, too much so, he goes about his A ' Q work without attracting the attention due him, for he is a lad worth while knowing. g i . HAROLD F. Barsror. A E A 4 - l Albion. Pa. , l Albion High School ' ' 1' . 3 . . 4 Once upon a time someone said that a man who has a hobby to amuse himself will ever 1 ,N 5 be happy. A sure winner among the coeds, and was once heard to say "nicey. nicey" 1 V . . i over the 'phone. Hops, pink teas and naughty deeds are his shortcomings. l ' fl l 1 5 . 3 1 A .P .. Q One hundred eight E ',,l3,' - ' V ,i , f .. J f " li ,. . .ggi I New-S ' . .-.. 4W'. L - i . 1 fi f gr'-, -. Avxnl UMW, g,,., ,.r, . A E MEM -mm-W W M,..5Ql,.L "'-'-RXNQ-V!,f J V i . it .,:,-.b:g1:T,m,:1i, ..,. .... . .,.. ..... . ...... .. . .-,. . ,.... ,,,,, g,,,--.,.. .. ..., ..,,, ,H .. ,,,TT,,,T, grrivr ,gk . +3 ply dwf'U L Bw' . J A- fa , -V ,, Y g 7 f g -,W A A g Y , A A' A im IIIIHHHIHI mu IIHHIII r mu I i HIHIIHIHHH!HIHHHHsHHHH A I ' 'P J J l Q V llsl' mini. ning 1:51 iii M lg' lil lil :ill l iii .W ei, .N lil 1 lie! Ml lil will If Juli mf Nl MQ :fl .ai 'il Q NU .ll, ill' Wi. lifii 1fL.I' will Vile li: ifilf iml ,. fill :gifs :ifi Jill, li Fins ?i'lf Hi l. L-liii, 'ffll il, "ill Nl!" Htl 2 iE?"' . nv A i DENTISTRY ,,'----w---'--'- -,A - ,,,,-,,.,.-- --A- ,.-.-,... -..W . ,,........,,.. ,--,,.-,. -, , V V M Y H ..,, 15 1 ra xv F2 :CF 4-VU Z fisfiii QSHEQEZ 585.355, "' 00 9,209 Wm .UE W rn -FZ: Z l"' Zin-- swa- ---o rE"? E FQEUQS o-570-F 5 ED-N In 30 :rg F' lf' -1' n-1.0 fl: 0 .,,... m W lp o-1: Q 9, 'gf 'U rr 3 02 5-90 0 ru FZ Q.. 0 :1 75... Q 0 5 3 Lf' mn o 0 sn 3 at sf. . ' D rn SS- Q U Q-rr 'U 5'5- iff 71-1-. FPGA TN EW' 4 3 :- GEORGE I... CAVANUGH OW' ll? A .Y ill i Watertown, N. Y. lg Watertown High School . 3 University of Buffalo ' f ll That he is blessed with more than ordinary common sense is shown by George's for- i saking Buffalo for a good school. He hasn't been with us long. but we see in him all the i 2 Q earmarks of a mighty fine fellow. E g l l 5 E. Bnucz CLARK A 2 A A af 23 5 z i New Wilmington, Pa. 1 I 9 New Wilmington High School f Westminster College B I Tufts College i 5 "Clarkie" came from Tufts with so much knowledge of anatomy that Dr. McCurdy 5 A 3 appointed him to his staff of demonstrators. No mistake was made here. either, for he E f knows Gray and a few more. and has the happy faculty of imparting his knowledge. CHARLES W. CONN A 21 A Uniontown, Pa. E North Union Township High School i I Madison Academy X . v Modesty is written all over him. but nevertheless he has failed utterly to conceal his uncommon ability. We wish that we could go about our work with the same interest 1 ' and patience that Charlie shows. - HAROLD MAcx Covent A 2 A Portersville. Pa. W Portersville High School Westminster College E Grove City College ' ' Glee Club 122 I ' I We have been trying to trace Portersville on the map for the past couple of weeks, f V Q without success. Dutch claims its his home town, still it dqesn't seem to handicap him ' 5 any in big town society. His love affairs rival those of Henry VII l, ' E A l l l il a One hundred nine i 1 ui 1 ....,,..,,.........,..,...-.,, ,PBM M--A hkxll wr -F .-A. N' mum!-1--J fi!!! W wx it bw mf,f,k.,"i"'t M L AM, 5 A X , f NN.wvm1nmi,1x,M,F,..,,m..., ,,,,,,,,,m,-mm ,,,, mmummw. ""'w,:A 5f'J" "-Wh Fr., A N wi ,.. MMR i "" ,l'il,.-is A A ":4fl"i if ,M Liv s.,A--,.2ggL, ..t.,A.-,.,,...,,,..,.2i.::::f..,.--..... ,rf "N-of-" yy i gig' W'+"fmi J Q ' X' W -A-.f 11.72-.'i ' 'ig':'V"'iir::.g.-. on -f Q n mp-L ' i-'-f ' 2 -s T191 1 -sir ens-Q-' I ow Q , .Ti- wi LH V 2 li E if ld C1 DENTISTRY WILLIAM Ennis Camel -'FQ lngram, Pa. A 3 V"'- 1' . ' 1 . ff. A - Crafton High Sol'l00lf'jE - ' . 1 iv 3j,..I li :Shi "ni A 1 , E fs: - Class -Football A- 1, 5-3 1 ' jj 'j2'5'Q'iAA A1-A--51' - 2 5- Earle believes that oneshouldgive his-mind necessary'relaxationAfrom the burdensome grind. ln thislies the aecretof hisbeing an-authority on the Davis "Two a Dayff and a student of the Terpsiohoreaniartf A3 ,A '-V' - - A QA A - - A- - ALPHEUSIJ-,CROSS M 'i ' A .,. . - Q x . . Rochester. Pa. ' ' A. ' ' .A '- A I ' ' Rochester High School- AA ' it A ' ' A Q A - -, f , A ' - Can you picture AAlpheusAAas a fnghtnngidentist? e Yet some 'humorist 'filled in ,"L.esch Cross" on the nickname line of- Alvie's card. ' Zwilljalvvays reinernberhirn as a quiet-going, slow but effort-mskingstudent, whose sticktoitiveness we aclmiredr A A ' - -- Fosran I...s.oN DBHA.RT"- ,gi - i 1 if V- - 1 V A H 1 'i Harrisburg, Pag Q A ' A ' Harrisburg High School' ,A A ' A A A - . 1 V 'A 1 Harrisburg Business College 1 i .1 ' - ' , - Glee Club CU CZJ: University Bondflj C251 Cap ancl'Gown Og C21 j ' ' A This is he, Girls, whosenimbleness of toe-and slenderness of gure-you all envied as 'he flittered herefancl thsrsfm the role-.of Springtime. !Yes, incleecl. through 'his rendition of the entlesrt of clanci!ig.'AFoster has. become deservingly popular with Athe student bodyogthellniq A ' 1 , .. , " , '- Monms W. Dal-lsnr 2 51113. PPT Q . Harrisburg, Pa. ' X A A A A Harrisburg High Sohool J ' A A University of ennsylvanxa 1 ' . A 1 i n n ' Student Senate UD: Leader of University Band CID KZJ - 4 ' A' A x He is F'oster's big brother, and in addition bears the same cognomen as thefamous Jimmy. Consequently ask anyone if he knows M. W. DeHart, and you're bound to be answered in the affirmative. A V X ' E.aNss'r P. DEHAAS A E A E 4 A A Edenboro, Pa. Q. ' Uniontown High School A - ' Although Ernie is s rilglht good scout, he makes it s habit to hom in -on private gon. versations unsolicited. is marks' of distinction are his dental "monument" and his fisnceeg we see enough of the one and hear too much about the other. One hundred ten I IJ 1 .1 3 Wiki- A , E54 G'-is. ' at g - Y gg g 'I ' A M lgs W ii CJ i 4,6 'l ' J-s A DENTISTRY PAUL: H, DEFFENBAUGH 'A 21 A S - Fairchance, Pa. ' Q ' .. A A Uniontown High School A . ' Q . 5 V Q , . . 'h Y. M. C. 'A. Prodigalsff f ' . ' A ' ' , To look at "Pop" you 'wouldn't'surmise'that he had, the praiseworthy ambition of filling Vernon Castle's' boots, yet verily"tis so. 'Possesses a rare disposition which never fails to make a' good impression. ' ' I ' T ' HARRY A. DENHOLM 'I' Q ' ' ' i i ' Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School ' Pittsburgh,Academy A, - i h . . . , .Penn,State College -'V' . V 4 ' . - ' - ' . Newman Club' A . '. ' V t , ,' ' Contests most 'vigorously' Hating s self-assurred title of the best athlete 'ever turned out of-Crafton. lf there is a decision either way. we sympathize with poor old Crafton. "Brownie,',' we will state, is alittle more handsome than he is an athlete. CHARLES Dxzrz - l Carrick. Pa. . ' .- - . ' . Universityhof Southern Minnesota j ' ' ' h I I I A ChicagofCollege of DentaLl.Surgery 1-3, . , ' - ' Here wehave the original globe-trotter. Chief cast. his early fortunes with the middle west, but tiring offthe,"wild and'wooly" decided upon Pitt and civilization. He is located in Porcelain Atechnic Lab. among the other newcomers. SAMUEL Wrnuhm DILLER, ja. - , A Lancaster, Pa. , A . - ' ' . ' Franklin and Marshall Academy, ' Z A ' ' University of Pennsylvania I ' , A Samuel is one of several who decided we had a 'better Dental school than Old Penn. He. hasn't changed his mind- since coming here. either.. Apparently. "Dill" is an earnest youth. but he has1the same failing as most good-looking men-Skirts. Louis I. D1ss,' Ja. ' A Z A . . llion, N. Y. ' g , llion High School 5 A 4. N ' h 1 ' University of Buffalo , ' - V ' ' j l ' a - llion fever hear of llion? isg-responsible for this new recruit who is with us. The won- ders af' Pittsburgh as an e ucational centre penetrated as far as Buffalo and Louie took up the call. He tells some interesting stones of his home-town life, but at that we aren't convinced yet that it exists. f , 1 Oue hundred ele'ven 1.1 as . , , M--in F-mn--mi , , g-M m f O- E 'T-l"" :g:Qfz':"'- ,..-,.,...,-':i:::::?:L 3- '. :r If ig 33 Alf" -N if if fi dm IN, " 'A zergi 1 1 4 , A M g J . W ,um 1 U3 'i i il ' rin: A MQ if Q ia HX ,, 1 I. v 5 MQ DENTISTRY 1 if if :PX ii w 1. w V fig i -N-WX----X..---.--...... -..--.-... ...--..-.,,,,--,.,,-..,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,., .w I i l 1 1 i . . u A Hanav L. Ewmc R, .il tal, 1 ir , , ' 1 Pittsburgh. Pa. 1. i ' K Peabody High School ai X 1 1 1 Harry runs a close second to his neighbor on the right for the championship of the iil 1 . Klass Kutting Kids. This bo even cuts Exam periods, feigning the grippe, and would i ' f have gotten away with it hadlift some of the bunch seen him chasing the ivories over H, l l the green. ' A l 2 iz 'Q EDWIN B. FAsr A 2 A 'Q' i 5 Q Fairchance. Pa. 5 7 , 1 A ' 4 Uniontown High School 5 li l i f University of Pittsburgh. College 3 1. Q I 3 Edwin tries to live up to his name in everything except completing his roster. He , 15 K. 'N ' ' and Deff came from Fairchance, but they insist they have little chance of getting back f 11 X l , f anything they lend out. Eddie has social ambitions and spends much time in pursuit f' , l 2 ' of same. I . 5 E ? ' sp 1 N , Haam' El. Fsrrsas 5 , if ' Pittsburgh. Pa. 3 Pittsburgh Central High School i QTL 2 Mandolin Club fl J: Menorah Society , ui Q ' ln Harry we have a fine combination of a good fellow and an earnest worker. He is , 1 ' always ready to lend a helping hand to a classmate. Knowing him. one cannot refer 1 Z ii E to the Dent as a roughneck. Spends his spare moments at the Gardens, where he is a Q Z f . 3 X regular whirlwind on the blades. I 1 ' l . 1 ALBERT I. FINLAY , ' Pittsburgh, Pa. 5 j X g Fifth Avenue High School V Q , , L 1 lt can be safel said that but few profit by their mistakes. Last year he saddled up 3 i i i 3 E a vulcanizer baclfwards and was nearly "kicked" through the ceilin . To date r '- Y if X i , , ,, ,, 8 epeti I Q 1 tion has been avoided so we can classify Al among the minority. ' . 1 Louis FIRESTONB KID E IT I 35 5 Detroit. Mich. X Q 5 Mclieesport High School Q 4 5 f A X Freshman Basketball: Junior Prom. Committee: Menorah Society li Q 9 ' ' 1 lf you want to know anything about basketball. ask "Fisk"--he knows. His activi- ii iX E I ' 3 ties keep him almost too busy to attend school. If he isn't digging up advertisements : I Q K 5 . X g for Qhevl Og, gearing basketball. or selling Prom tickets, he's covering the whole floor 5 ' lf l ! L4 1 at .... ances. : E f 1 Q ' ' ir' i ' One hundred twelve YH' re- f 1 X 5 5 .i 'Q 5 ..., ..,. ,.- X - .-......,.1 li I 1" yi iifi - f X. W . , " .e.-,-.,-... X, -- ee... .... .,ee..,.... .... 'rx p i fig!! N' CD NEC? Ni 'ef .,,gb'x---- ..,, E 'Lee M., , .X gg v W-""'N's..,f , .--gf 'F F y A W v DENTISTRY J. C. FRANKLIN: KW' Butler, Pa. - A Butler High School University of Pittsburgh. Pharmacy ' "B n'e" was a real pharmacist before he determined to become a Dentist. From ' ' ' ' f h . Onl en l present indications he's headed towards a chair in the UHIVGYSIC a ew years ence y recently we found out that Ben was a charter member of the jlimior Order of Benedicts. Joi-IN E. GESTNER A E A Tarentum. Pa. Tarentum High School t Class Footbal ' 'fi ed Jack to the Dental profession and thus rid itself of a notorious Tarentum sacri c n l gunman. The Heinz trip proved this promising student to be quite a ladies man. Monnxs GOLDFIBLD ' A , Hartford, Connecticut Hartford High School Chicago College ' ' . . Menorah Society - ' There was cheering in the junior Lab. led by the Pitt bandmaster. Everyone set aside his work to see whom had entered. It was none other than Goldlield, familiarly known as '.'Murphy" Capologize' to the lrishl. V Lasrrnn Gor.bs'rs1N a. A A Pittsburgh. Pa. ., ' I Pittsburgh Central' High School A - .- Menorah Society . ' Lester had a perfect lecture attendance last yearand bids fair to repeat this present term. ln a quig he is almost certain to answer, thus leaving us to believe that he opens a book occasionally. Hia willingness to accommodate one has made him a big favorite with the boys. V r e ' , - . X FONZA E. HAMILTON A 2 A l V Chicora, Pa. , Concord Township High School ' , Geneva College I , ' ' President Junior Classy Class Football I We thoughtso much of "Hanm1e that .we made him president of the class. Nor was our faith misplaced in this lilgable lad. He is one of the few who knows there is a time and place for all things. Besides being one of the honor men, Ham is intensely in- terested in C-irlology. ' ' r rn ' A One hundred thirteen 0 1.4 l Il M C3 - , g v A 'SX P . " ?"'f ""iH"i7?jTP'T:'l'mmW"""""iS22' -fs:-. ' S-as VY? wc, sq" F ,v mul nun l l n I 'Lol 5 DFNTISTRY RussaL1.'S. HALPIN A E A Carnegie. Pa. A St. Francis College Inter Fraternity Basketball I H H The Prosthetic shark of the junior class. Hal got so far ahead of the rest that the Dean, on Mr. judd's recommendation, asked him to do his aluminum plates over again. Another one of those basketball fiends from Carnegie. S. G. P. HARING v Crafton, Pa. , Crafton High School . -1 This is he, readers. the best athlete ever turned out of Crafton. Pete is a rare bird. He finished well up in front this year and was not slow in letting the gang know about it. He talks very little, a good quality. indeed. considering that when he does its about him- self or his work. ' EARL FRANKLIN HARTLEY Fairmont. W. Va. Fairmont High School V ., West Virginia Club ' A "Red" hails from a sgirit-less state. but he has all kinds of pep. ln this young man the West Virginia Club as an ardent booster. He is a soloist of no mean ability and he frequently favors the "Little Lab." with a warble or two. ' R. A. Hayes IP' Q KW' gutler.I-1?-h S h 1 ut er 1 c 00 . p Universitg of Pittsburgh. Pharmacy A ' Claims to be a druggiat, but who knows? "Snack" holds dissection in contempt, judg- ing from the way he holds down that stool and braces up the wall. Has little to say in argument as a whole, but he can hold his own and then some on scholastic basketball as a topic. ' jo:-:N Awww I-lsr.riNs1Ns 'lf' Q B F ll . P . eaver a s a . Beaver Falls High School ' . ' . ' V Sort of auspicious name for this small member of the elect. nicht wahr? Ollie has placed a special order for a dental chair with a step ladder attachment. l-le's big enough at that to watch ,Iack's chocolate bars and wear a fifteen collar. One hundred fowlwfl TMJ ll s if F ' it ' up as A Q , 3 fr -e-lfiigi :gf gs-3f:QgT"--Q-"M: 1 i film as A - rc f J-Wm ' x g ' 6:-' mfg: g ,, 5: xg 5. ttf ' ' ' ' Y ldn. Ang' V A" " " W A .f 'P l I Y Y D E N T I s T R Y in l ' A,Ji3nii3514CQ'si+ismggg4s' A A AA A AA A A AA A A AA A-"'.'Trenr0H.i N- J- A " - ' 13 Q: if l A iii- f 2' 3 if l i -Trenton High School , 2V 3 4132! 'ls' AAT ff 'Q fy 3, A. A- A ' I A P Freshman Ba.sketballiAGlee Club UD: Menorah Societyff- W" A - I ,A A " The kid is veryversatile: -::-. Hevisga star Aa.tAbasketball, the .best left-handed catcher' in 1 the class, and only recently lgl0s5ornerA forth as a solo'SiIi8G!f in H kosher rninstrel showi l FREDERICK Ennwoon A Al ,-A 9 A ,Q g I ' me Allentown, Pa.- A A A 1- ' 3, I - ' Allentown High School in ' ' -A 'j ' V X A' MuhlenburgACollege'--A 3- ' N V j A l 1 1 A X I University of Pennsylvnnio.: I A A. i ' ' A '." A A 2' 'Freshman Football:AManoging Editor of Panther: Contributor-to Owl. ' A "'Duke" was oneof theiPilgrims'from Penn last fallrand that if didnft take him long I ' -to acquire the Pittepiritiisfevident atle, glance over his activities. Asa' side line to Den- ' ftistryflxeq specializes'inAi1rt'JQvkhereihfhe is m0St:pt'0fiCientL Tl1e'one-year resideg-me rule I l Q Vpreventsnhim from landingoflgerflj onthe wrestling' tearn., -Q 'A i - P V . ' ' A"' lzil ,H Ai V A: McKee5P0rt4APi- T AA:-' Z'f'Al:' 'filf' If A 1 ' 'N " lf? - ' A -Valparaiso UniveraityQPrep,,E2Q5135, AA," 9 '-, f A: A A A A ' Among 'Mclieesportz51Qre1iresengtiiies'yyve5'hove'iBig'fBill. AEI-lefsl aornewhat likehis A Q. A"Piratef7 namesakeg but hisAsLthletiqgi1l?ili1giesg .os displayed- to usjare morson the Spanish :,1AZorclerL' Havinghgd Vfelperaieolheiisranlexpert onbridgesg ' 3 V e ' QQ 'jfNEw,IShlel'0, P8.'Ajg:2Q-3'f5A,45QEV " 'A ' fl A Q ' - ' - "2 l 'A I L' -ffAiUnion:ownHighgSehool.f-QAQAA,azjffsjgn xlx. is,,A 1 f be if F iff: 1 AA Donfcbe, misguided Aby,fri-siQe,15peairdn6eLAbleaSe.i George isno minister. Qeven if he does " lgfgs- Aa8Surno'that'cliyix1e atrnbbphgieibfgurevefenpi QYes,:he is a righteouslivef i5vl1o"wouldn't I 5Af?"tliinlc'5of5Qgoing,,outl for:afAi,giiriie.ff-giijyeryQshidiousis 'hepandf we'-predict-idfbriglit future , lf3i7fif9Fl3i"F+lf1?1f"'f"'fG17 pjfi Ai 5-'i2, If is ' 7 112715'f.AE1iY1if5i5NiY5- f'A"fQ5515As51'51s5 5'iiiF3- "-. A5 AAAA 1: '21 21 V V is A i -1'Elf'lEl'f1lif5?5iFfe3AAC5?l5!f1YQi2Effl 5 'Q 1Agigl'1 'iii e'.1'- iiff-If ' ' :"" fl-211-ff Umvefeiwfvf- Buffalvif liiisi.f3212252EE2131laEzEsAiii??g2i'f:fiAA As'V l ' f V P Ei il yi i - QAffiEsiA2le1?f+gii32' E -. ' Q V A "5 f,:f2f3g:A:'iBill 1Nyegand MsrkfzTwain1liaclgno:hmg on?Ben whenugcemes'down'AtoEredl"wirfand - li ' A l 7Iv3A'jlgSlff101'Q7 i"2 ilf-Ieisveryecleversatsgoshingjgtheifyoung-ladies alenggifor whiehlreasongheeisafa- . '1 Aiiapvvflrelfdfi'fw'Km?fmdvlfPf"QE19i194fi1:1iYi23f'if A,l'-- iii ' V v rd' i AA -1 ' 1 -i "'ll X :V . 1 l , 7 ' A .3 - A -- ::,- - - --e .Y G 'S' A eff? " l iff-C . ff EVN llllllmmllhll--D-M W ' " S mmumuuum VN 115-' . 9155 ' - 'iff W ' " W li -' lllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllill!!IlllllIIIHIIIIIIIHIHIIIIHHIIIIIIHIH L J TillllllllllllllllIIlllIllllllllllglllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll DENTISTRY R. KENNETH Iso ' New Wilmington High -School A H H V Westminster College ' I , - ,..- i U - V Freshman Baseball ' A V ' Q 'fx ' , Behold Ken. the noted curbstone comedian and joke, buster of the big Lab. Has a voice like a robin and very 'frequently can be heard fwarbling ,an ancient melody. A happy-go-lucky lad, a goodfstudent and always known to be on the job. V Cx-maass A. JOHNSTON 1 Wellsburg, W. Va. , Wellsburg High School Z V 1 , . Ohio State University - - . , West Virginia Club. - ' V ' ' T ' - Q Like the most of the inhabitants of the Porcelain Technic room. heis learned in the wreatlin game and gives promise of develoging into the best little I I5 pounds in-Wells- burg. Charles believes that every Dent s ou d let joy be unconfined when celebrating football victories. STEWART M. joHNsoN h Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School 1 Q T ' Ho! 'What have we here? Verily, the one lone milkgfed exhibit of the entire class. Yes, folks, this is a display of the rarest species.. He vows that his lips have tasted not of coffee and malt extracts-'-and he is not one given over to mendacity, either. ' S. L. KALINOWSKI ' Pittsburgh. P84 . Duquesne University , 4 University of Pittsburgh. College For a hard working. conscientious plugger "Kal," is awarded the Blue Ribbon. His college career is a checkered one, as it were, for before deciding to join Dean Friegellk clan. he eojourned at the Bluff institution and our own College. T , Roaam' KAPLAN McKeesport. Pa- A Mclieesport High School Menorah Society ' Someone. we can't remember whether it was Shakespeare or not. once said that the influences of environment cannot be overcome. Here. though. is Bob, None of the best and jolliest scouts we know. despite the fact that he comes from Mclieesport. One lzzmdrcd 3i.t'fl!l?1l ' ' , CD 1, hh Y T AQ- V 7 " B--I A. mp-h i 5, -""" simfif.- - j ax'.... -21 -- v L w ., l DENTISTRY WILLIAM P. KENNEDY .A E A - Scranton. Pa. "', . ' , . Old Forge Highschool - i ' ' I ,, : NewmanClu ' ' ,Q ' i jg From the president-of the class we received the astounding news that Bill really does , imagine that its nice, to get up in the morningp One of thevery few we know of that isn't engrossed onthe su ject oflovep V . . T 1' Z WILLIAMA.KERN AEA V ' ' Jeannette.-Pa. . ' N g Jeannette High School ' Y e , , ' 4 Freshman Football 1 z - 'A A versatile athlete'-who could display varsity class. if he so willed. He used to be a ' loyal Little Lab. man. ,butlforsonie reason or other he severed his allegiance this term. His jovial countenance, pipe and good humor keeps him well up in popularity league, . . . . , . , OTTOA.KESEL AEA! i ' D l Pittsburgh. Pa. ' Fifth Avenue High School' . Class Treasurer 12, . ' - ' l One of the celebrities of the class. this German grouch destroyer. Were he not in- X I clined towards too frequent repetition, we would commend highly his I-litchcockian effcirts. At that he produces many a hearty laugh with his good, clean wit and inimitable 'sty e. ' l . ' F. L. WA anew Kui-ILMAN 'If' Q CD A C9 Ursina. Pa. . Gettysburg Preparatory School ' Gett sburg College . Freshman Baseball ' One of McCurdy's student authorities in Anatomy. "Kuhly," with the aid of Bass and Bennie, makes the dissection on table one a beauty. We'look for him to patch up the varsity outfield this spring. Ever hear him laugh? WALTER C. KYLANDER A E A ' 1 Knoxville, Pa. ,A A A , i' Q Q Knoxville High School ' W . ... . Freshman Football: Class Football N I I 1 ' "5 Walter says he comes from Knoxville, where the sun always shines, V lt must rise late iill f li up tgre, judging from the time Kylie blows into classes. fMost of the time he spends at 'C' L i , the avis and with the opposite sex. ' 1 L 1. ' ' One hundred seventeen 'M ' ' 'T ' 'A l l 'LJ L , - v 50 ' ' -s-'-f-Q---1'--f----f------i..... -,.....7 Li f f L.-... 'Y i .ig A A Qi E E """"' i ' M - A 534, e e mp-L Hy nes? y I ' ' V J .. 5 U 1- Q -E 'ma' "' A If ..f:"'a k5f' w- if dv .ll V gunna lIIHIIHlllllIllIHIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIHIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIHIH I I w N i I I I I 1 UH: bl '1 DENTISTRY Gaoaon N. LATIMER . Youngstown, Ohio A South High School - , A quiet, modest man who finds favor in the eyes and hearts of the coeds. Just glance at his image to realize why. A Isanon Levy Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Pittsburgh Central High School Menorah Society A good. steady worker, of the "talk little, do much" belief. lsador is always willing for new knowledge, so naturally he never ceases askin questions. Self-confidgnce and a little relaxation from his studies and work would make him an excellent prospect. ARTHUR C. Lmnaano A 2 A West Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School ' Class Baseball: Inter Fraternity Basketball Here's a real terror of the floor game. and with him in the lineup, we clon't see how 3 team could lose CPD But his prowess isn't confined to basketball. friends. Besides being a reputed pitcher in the Homestead Church League, he shakes a mean stick at the ivories. Rmrmonn C. Lurz ll" S2 NIJ B TI Bridgeville. Pa. Bridgeville High School Pittsburgh Academy University of Pittsburgh. College X , , . Newman Club ' I Yes, jerry is a native sonolthe Panhandle metropolis known to us as Bridgeville. We hear there is one bigxattraction in this old home town, which might be advanced as a plausible reason why e shook the Pre Med course for Dentistry. WILLIAM Davin MCCLBLLAND A 2 A , P' b h, P . xtts urg a Pittsburgh Central High School . University of Pittsburgh,.E.oonoi'nics - - , I . Dental Editor and Sgortmg Editor I9I8 Owl: Dental Chairman junior PromiCom- mitteeg Varsity Foot all Squad C21 '13-jg Freshman Football CU: Hockey Team C21 A gentleman, a scholar. a poet. philosopher. Bill was too modest to say anything about himself so we had to yvrite It for him. No matter whether in athletics or in the class room. they simply don t grow them any better. . 2 i One hundred 'eighteen W g Q, LJ -9 L 0 0 it - .. O ' fl W gg, . A... A We. wr f f" v 'T,:.""I:L:1"t""jf" 7 ' W .Jig fill' i C57 ifx. . - - - . . T717 . - ' 9' Ye' ' e -h'A f if sJ.l.l,Lf9. ff Us Qu r , -We 'i X s -F i .. .. A ssss s i 4' .fl i r- . if Q i 1i"' : l si i i i D E N T I s T R Y il Y--N--.......1. ..m. ....--..n,,...,--...-,.. .,,- ,... .--...,-..,--...-.s-........-.,.-.'.,,.,,w, .V,.,,.,,,, , - G. W. MITCHELL TI P KI! E 'IP E TQ N 1 New Wilmington. Pa. ' W 'i New Wilmington High School ' Westminster College l M Ohio Northem University ' W , glass! President CU I d I I d ll h 1 li o ' ona it an gent emany con uct, 1 ed - "lVlitlch.P Wietlfdfshe beydefending the allies against WNlit:, or alalagtzptfilixliding tg adidrrilslel i li theory to the faculty, he commands attention and respect. X H. W. Moom: ll" Q , Middlebourne, W. Va. ' , X Tyler Counlty High School L 34 Q Valparaiso niversity, Pharmacy ' . Q' "Katy," everything considered, may be termed an all-around student, but is excep- ,E tionally good in Anatornry. As you can see. he is one of the lar e delegation from the X il Snake hunter's state., his shouldn't count against him, thougiz. for he is a. man gf .N good cheer. , FLOYDE I... Mosse. A E A ' Coraopolis, Pa. foraogfoliil High School ? AI b d . n't o ju t tunrfng or a name most as P ' IW .- ' ' N Evgn thouglh handicapped by 'such a handle, Morse is gginxg riletggxitionabdgiangllllzlate 1 bright men of the class. Ei JAMES V. O'DONOVAN 'P' Q A " Connellsville, Pa. 1 . N Connellsville High School V - Eellfmm gui 1 f 11 h Y J i oo t ,'rs,ortisis e. es'm,"' "' h 11 d 1, ' asked ab'o?.it.urHeei.s :tonnellsville product. and this elcrpllrins lllshclmigrtiggxnlfr the dig? ' ones. EMU. CARL O1.soN ll" Q Highwood. Conn. X Berkerley Pre School f it University of gennsylvania l I HH : 1 ireslimman Football: Wrlexstling Squadh h I d h 5 all 1 note tecampus.wo asm ' fl' 1, h - I All bl he has beennsvltluoldsr Talley the Swede" is an athaletfe vlrlth'r:sl?rliZl1tefll1tl1Trd alugadrdftlhlnni k I , X at Pitt. He played Freshman football withability, but his long suit is wrestling. l A 0' ii ' One hundred nineteen l . g l r ,M r A s is M-ha i xl D x ,, , - W L M CD y M qy 11,1 A y jp M ' V 1' y .... fl.l?i-.Lg.'j W?Il.'LI1I.1'QLll' "' 'Z""'- hir' -7 - " AT: ' f 9' yp L - 1 2-0. . .. i.. ,.... --.W --Aw--- ...... liQ'l'i1ZL.ZZi :.'2jQl 3 f 11? !Qg3f51'1gh.1f11hw1Q1 . 11.1.5 cccc - c -1 1. 1!TSZfwrmvWH'mMTTWw?i. '1VWU921.,N?i7:5,, U1.' ' 15 N'L3?a6f2?mfjfr11f,-1migf'ff?jIYff3fV1111Q4fQQHWj1Q15kuLU.wlJL-emislszbcft 'A , 1 1 11 11 " M 1 1 -, 1 11 .3 W 1 11 11 1? 1 11 71 11 is 1 1 11 .1 111 1 p, DENTISTRY 1 11 1U '1 11 1: 1 ' , ,-. ,,.,., -..,.,..,- .... -......-.,..-.....-.,., . -.- M---f.-.----------- s-h--1-----M----A--h 111 1 ..-A ,N . 1 1 1 11 1 1 V 1 1 1 FRANCIS J. Ows:Ns dv A X 1 1 17 ' 1 Tarentum, Pa. 11 3 1 Bishop Auckgagid CaramlmghSchool , 111 1 ' ' ' ' , mac 11 1 1 ghgvggglish Arlllzsslldor toilhe Pilzt Dental School. War abroad doesn't hold any 1 11 1 terror for 'English." but its no telling how strife at home may affect him. Always dis- 1- I 1 2 gusted at his work. but he clings doggedly to it. 11 . X' 11 X , 1 11 1 1 ' 11' V I l.AgVREliICEPl'l. Peraasow 'I' Q 1 5 ' unoa, a. 1 11 1 El' b th H' h School 'I 1 1111 1 11 1 Urligeriity olglaittsburgh. College 11 1 1 ' Pete is an accomplished Dent..'who boasts of an A. B. degree from our own College. '11 1 L ' 'Thai he possesselslstirgnlg qualities I8 evident from the fact that he once held down a N 'EN .1 facutyseatina xg coo. 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 , ' Z1 1 JOHN C. PILLOW A E A , 11 V 1 ' P' h h.P. 11 1 1 Alle:h:hi1HiEh School 111 1 11 Dental Manager l9l8 Owl l . 1 Q 1 11 We admirg the choice of a certain young lady we have heard of, for Jack is a boy any- 1 1 . ld love. Quiet, unassuming, optimistic and congenial, he has all the earmarks 1 , , one cou 1 1 , 1 -of a true gentleman. He as ever ready and glad to accommodate a fellow student. 1 1 1 1 11' 1 'O. P. QUILLIN1 Ja. A L A 3 T't 'lle, Pa. 1 3 Titxzxllle High School . E 1 Another one of our classmates who but recently put aside the wonderful lights and all 1 1 the gals. Yes. he took unto himself the only girl and his own fireside. For the life of us, 1 'we can't picture Quilly in the role of the guardian husband of a household. 1 1 . 1 1 ' EDWARD Baoox Ro'rx-mmmm 1 , M K esport. Pa. 1 . lVl:KZesporli H1811 School , , , , , , 1 1 1 Lately. Eddie has been guilty 'of naughty and mdxscreet actions. Admits having seen I 1 I T Very Good Eddie and the Follies--and he liked them! Also he formed the habit of ' 12.1. if accompanying a young lady to the basketball games. and was even heard to say "Gosh" '-.1 L 4 ' not long ago. ' A 1 I -.One lzumlrcd twenty 1 1 h N Y i Y , ...W -W ......... -... -..,....... ..,, .....W,,, 4 , Y- W- ---- .Cen . W Q CD T 1 .M rs i WH i VV i 'xxx x 11 U F -Y is " W V 1 't 3 ' is ZH ,la he-fggeggggighfz ar A, . 'bls..Q-- ' t. -i 1 i i W .V V.. ii' Qlfiiiffiliriiiiii 742135: l f Z . i I i 'I 7 . , 1 i fi i . . .. , li K We-f-A .. M, ., m,W,,,,,, cm- . fm-A J ..... as .. .-,ff 1.31" f wif" :c1j'fx:z'M5's . . Xe-"fi Nik Q 3 Wk Ns. . . g J ff .., . rar. -. -- - -W W1-1' E xx f X If' - f ,fu , W ,-" . ,ff J. J. Lt .ll - ' .,. 'H rw.J"1 , . A- .T of n ffwZE,g3L5Agifl5E.1Z'g.,.:Ts.:1.-...-t ,, JK wwf.. .I . , 1-nfiii 1 iw. ,l....:Ln...-,.'3S-4.4-,'-jgggklgxhdzzgi W1 I .. J, .W , .Mmm M A,,r,...,xAw V .. i W ,V 1 A rx I I X JW Q. X' ' Ji if Iii f lx g 1 . I 1i A if . if il H' A Q5 il . 2 'iii V i iff Y 5 li 5 1 ,-,.,. . ...,. , H51 DENTISTRY 1" i - iii . 1------M--------------...-..... M-.. .... A,.. .. . ..,. . ..- ,Ms ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, NNW, W ,,.,, ,W,,,,. ,MWMWMWFM-A I 5 ' 'R Fi li - li I 5' Q ' LAWRENCE BERNARD Ricos A E A i Qi, i 1 A 1 Moundville, W. Va. , il ,I i lVlclVlechen High School l l ' J! Union High School 3 il 1 55 ' ,Q Class Football Cl D: Secretary West Virginia Club 5 l Q 3 Q Look who's herel Larry, the snake hunter .from Moundsville. W. Va. He has a repu- 3 f i 5 Q tation for being very active among the opposite sex. .No wonder. just spy those auburn Q . , l., 5 locks and the spgndicbphysiqui Theyican t resist him. Where he happens to be. look I if I, . ' or pep, a true est irgmra c aracterxstic. 5 55 ,i i , .1 I i N 1 N f CHESTER A. ROBINSON A E A f i . i - a ,R Brown, W. va. ' fs? if 1 Fairmont State Normal ' ' lg, " Robbie is still another mountaineeruwho is slowly andninauspiciously climbing towards f 1 V a peak in the rofession. West Virginia surely has done its part in helping to make a new 35 1 i it j 2 building an ablsolute necessity. This son is very modest and doesn't believe in speaking fi 1 iffii unessspo ento. " iw, Y J 'A A F SAMUEL HOWARD ROSENTHAL Q 'J 5 Monessen, Pa. T "S, ! ,M 3 Monessensl-ligh School 1 liif N 'll ' Menorah ociety . QI 5' 3 Have you ever noticed Rosie when he wasnit busy? If so, you have witnessed a rare 1, 1 i ii! 5 sight. Whether its with his own work. a freshxe's or a senior's. he always has hands full. 1 Q gif That he is a good .student and a workman, there is no doubt, but sad to relate, he seems 1 ji A E to know and admit lt. 5 "ii LAWRENCE P RYAN A E KD F51 1 I l r 3 - , Y I ' ' il? Syracuse, N. Y. gl 5' A iff c. B. A. Academy u lsig if i University of Buffalo , H . 3 .N 1 2 A good natured lrishman who came to us after a year s experience and learning OD at 3. lg Buffalo. Makes friends easily, and he and Cavanaugh form a pair of good scouts. W ' if 13 EDWARD D. SHUMAKER X ,V 4 Rochester,.Pa. 1 1 1 3 Monaco High Schoo 1 1 3 5 , 5 5 I gochesterll-hgh School- h I V . fl iff' 'e nstitute o ec no ogy , , 1 , Q ,jf ' 7 Vlmlleiiell, whom have we here? If taint old Doc Yak we'll be blowedl With his i - . 1 ' jaw of iron and his wonderful development. he can stand off the onslaughts of the anat- L if 1 1 omy rough housers. A fair student of practical ability, but he appears fussed in quizes. 1 4 1 3 ' ' L L I I ' I One hundred twenty-one 5 ' -iw 4 W ', Y . f 1 1 D M-.- ...... .... , .......,,, r,,,......e.e........,-,.,.-.c.,J , ..-M eeeee E is ,E 3 . A R A i. I -- fs as E is is :lit rg 'fl 0'- ri so lil - ss .,-.. X DENTISTRY JAMES Wn.L1s Scorr A E A Cabot, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Pennsylvania State College An admirable character is our J im. He is a student who believes it is a greater thing to try without succeeding than to suceed without trying. Technic is his strong point. He avers that school is merely a minor part of a college education, and he makes it so. B. C. Srnouu. A E A Bruin, Pa. Bruin High School Grove City College Student Senate 12,3 Y. M. C. A. . D Grove City College has turned over to Pit many a splendid man--and Bert is one of them. Like the rest, he is a student, a good scout and a gentleman. just of late he took a liking to the mat game, but he vows it isn't as tame as generally believed. Manrng SNIIIDIERMAN Pitts ur . B- Pittsburgh Central High School Menorah Society ' Even if he has hair of a fiery hue, Marty is a pretty good-natured fellow. Joins in all arguments with zest. and admits to being a critic on theatrical productions and con- certs. Also he is a busy club man and a parlor entertainer of repute. N. C. STANAGE II" Q Monongahela City. Pa. , Monongahela High School Class Baseball ' l Next to Sammy's school work comes the ladies. with whom he finds much favor through his golden smile. lt is rumored around that he is a lover of no-mean ability and experi- enced. We can't attest to that, but we can say that he certainly is a skilled prosthetic artist. H HOWARD M. STEELE A E A Bellevue. BB- Bellevue High School Westminster College ' Musical Clubs ' I , Howard determined after a short career at Westminster to sacrifice himself to the up- lifting of the Dental profession. Strange to say, he's a fair baseball player and not a bad Une hundred twenty-two CD If singer. But seriously, he is a pretty good sort and we wish him success. 4, 3,6-ii exif J Q 31 3 mp-L W W' DENTISTRY glosiiifi-iZ'l.iS'ri:isLi:i 'A XA W '.jLatrobegPa.: . A'f, r A - , Latrobel-ligh Schoolg , E f ' ' s ,'A. , ' -' Q 1 University of Pittsburgh, Education , A I - .- ' 5 -- A I ' ' ln the person of J. l.,' Latrobe 'gave us a native we're proud of. - We like him for the one big reason that the getsiaorosswithout sounding his own klaxon. Another thing in his favor is theqfact that he ,disclaims any relationship-to' H. M. V K ' J. EARNIQSIQSTUART 2 A E , V - . ' Hartford City. Ind. ' , Hartford City High School Q ' N ' A 'Purdue University ' .. P ' . ' , - An eamest student, as his name imglies: a. capable workman and a proud father is this I,ndian.5' When not, engrossed with t e pursuance of more weighty tasks, John devotes his time and energy to managing a motion, picture emporiumsomewhere in Pennsylvania. C.,HARo!Qn STILLEY' A A Q D - , ,D 1 ' I "I-Iay.Pg.1,. -,Z , i . J.. . Fifth .Avenue High School - i . . ' " . ' ' r I. CL Harold Stilley! This is'he, dear observer,-who can speak with 'intelligence u on any viral-sgibjscilknovm to mankind. Whether it be on Birth Control, Hattie or Flillo dancing.-,hefistperfectly nonchalanm g Since he-won that trip to Syracuse he is a real sport sndvrrakesa chance on-anythingnow. ,g 2- I f 5 r 1 . CHARLES SfSTi'l"T V- 5 Q... Z , -pg, , ' 1. my ,P N Q A Steuljenvillegohio' Avb, ' . Z- ' '- A ' ' - Steubenville' High School. Ag ,E f - - ' ' 5 qzffherewas an uproar, in theuold' city-of Steubenville. c Fair ones cried.' young ones laughed, 'etrongI'ones"cheered for -Charles was goingto-venture thehazardous journey overthe Steubenville Pike to Pittsburgh. whereihewould learn an honorable profession., HARRYQHOMER Sroorsr 1 ' ' ' ' ' f PQhU5bQfQi'fWlfVBf ' ' ' 'Z fg 4 , - . ' u , . , Pennsboroilfligh School -A Q11 Ilf g--' Q Q x X Q ' West'Virginia:Club - I' 4 3 ' H- ', , , . . ' - . Wg,ean,say for him that hers a little more quiet and civilized than some West Virginian weQknow4,1,jgHg Swaps to conquerf-abut whom we haven'tla1aen able to find out. Maybe. Harry will enlighten you., P f ,A - , V I . ' F0 i ',"ii 'V ifn' it . W' i I W One hundred twenty-three A LJ X 0 'M , CD r as g fy 4.0, Sk- ig., fo'W'-'nomoffzrff'5 -K I ! JSF" is S 0'- e 41fff Ql 5r .s eeee - it ,v i v v I 1 l I : I r, Il in V i 1? ii fl Y a il ll 4 4 , I . Y I 5 X 1 n 0: DENTISTRY RAYMOND Enuorr S-roman 'If S2 Elimi?etii'i-lia'h sch i ' Eliza et ig 00 Track Squad CI D: Wrestling Squad iz, I l . Ray has 'the reputation among the dental boys for being the best little two miler Elizabeth has ever turned out. He can also wrestle some, Judging from the fact that he stayed the full nine minutes on several occasions. ROLAND M. SWANK ll P fl' 'F' Q Leechburg. Pa. Grove City College Muskingum College . When it comes clown to food. congenial fellows, don't overlook Swank. If you haven't done so already, you' l find him pleasant and ever willing to help a classmate in the rut. Ronney, we esteem thee. THOMAS Mn.'roN TAYLOR A E A Emlenton. Pa. Emlenton High School Carnegie lnstitute of Technology F h Baseball ' res man l H I When the lecturer says "Any questions? count on Tom to register. From the man- ner in which he answers and interrogates in quizzes one is forced to believe that he burns the proverbial midnight oil. PAUL NELSON Tuna Grove City. Pfi- Grove City High School Grove City Co lege i Here is a quiet, unassuming lad. who very seldom if ever has anything to say about foolish things. A sensible specimen, as it were. Of course Tearie lives up to all the nice statements we've made on the Grove City citizens abroad. Lowa. B. Tx-ioMAs ' Evans City, Pa. Mercersburg Academy Westminster College ' Tommy stands on record as a loyal advocate of the four-year course. Can boast of a longer acquaintance with Mr.. Judd and the demonstrators than most of us-for which we envy OJ him. An authoritygon baseball, in which sport he is most efiicient himself. One hundred twenty-four ' O LJ 1 I 1 s r 1 ! 5 i l 1 1 l 4 1 all x i l I l l v 1 1 is in - H - . 5 5 i 3 55"- lr q ii Q' Y rarfuzz-A' ij yd- lb, ' .1-me Q... 6 J UN Q E11 J . K. 'i i I l i I I 1 I wil r l I E 51 DENTISTRY JOHN A. THOMSON 'lf' Sl . Greensburg, Pa. - . , . Greensburg l-ligh School ' One of those rare individuals is john, who knows what to say, and when and where to say it. He keeps abreast with passing events and proves it by being a preparedness advocate. We predict that Joe is going to make good with a vengeance. VAN Buscnrisw WEBER 'P' Q Grampian, Pa. Allegheny High School Juniata College After attempting the gentle art of teaching, Van decided to give up the role of educa- tor and mingle with the Dents. Of late he has assumed the hap y facult of mixing zvith the ladies and consequently society has been seeing much of tiiis Clearfield county armer. LLOYD Wert!-:Lay A E A D Pleasantville. Pa. Pleasantville High School Class Football I f ' B k b ll nter ratermty as et a ' Can you wonder why he has such pleasant characteristics? just take a peep at the name of the villa he calls home, and the mystery is solved. Frankly. we would welcome more men of Weekley's kind. g Howfxnp E. Wi-urs ll" Q Carrick, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School But for White's unassailable confidence in the Kaiser and his edicts, we could say that he isn't impossible. No doubt, he is a good student. and has the makings of a future dentist, but what he needs most, is a few lessons on American citizenship and American patriotism. ' D. LLOYD YouNc: N Avonmore, Pa. , W Avonmore High School ' . l D The last of our noble tribe and xncldently the Triple Entente was a little late in making his debut in Society but he's going the pace now with the best of them. A lad you can t help liking even if he does read Snappy Stories. One Imndred twenty five CJ LJ i ii z L lb ' Y , sa i Y jgl E ,,5ii-im -'-- elif-..--ilil:"'r'l11:42 i . E L if l . 4 N r .... - li as A do i i ' A ' 4. .. .,,, F 'vi' 'O7... ii V if J-Wm 5 5 l -25 .,,fsv M' 'iw J" 1 V ECONOMICS Annan. K. Anosnson A Ben Avon. Pa. Allegheny High School Allegheny Preparatory School ' A. O. O. F.: Pitt Weekly CU 121: Assistant Manager, Musical Clubs GJ: Freshman Tennis Manager . , I A. K.-a busy. bustling, brainy. Does anything as his activities indicate. ls a con- stant puzzle to his friends as to why he stays in Ca and when his home is not a thousand miles away. 4 R. CLAIR ASHBAUGH, "Ash" Braclcenridge. Pa. Tarentum High School 3 Prodigals ' Accompanied by his pipe "Ash" seems in a perpetual state 'of complacency. Allitera- I tively speaking. he is sane, serious. sincere. studious and successful. V. .11 WALTER H. AUFDERHIDE E K II Pittsburgh. PH- , East Liberty Academy ' Peabody High School Assistant Manager Musical Clubs: QA. O.-O. F. V - . , A Yes, he's German. A warm friend of all but especially of those who werenot possessed of the fortitude to climb the hill and participateiin Provin's pranks. As military as his compatriot Ludebuehlg-which is going' some. ' " - .. A " EDWARD J. Bu-man , V H - .f . . Pittsburgh, Pa. ' V ' I A - - ' "Love islilce the measles--we all have to go through it.'Y . ' ' To venture into the labyrinths of matrimony, to harbor the Hy-Costa-Livin'. :to create amusement for the world's bachelors-all this was foolhardy braveryg but to do allqthis gn the Q. T.. and not even,-.vg.word.to the.Monday Niters. "Butt" that's downright nerve. Your "pology" is accepted., Success. ,. V . A ' . ,, . 1' ' A ' HAROLD McConMic1g CI-!APELi1.5Z A-T A . - Youngstown.'Ol1l0 V 1 l , . South High School. Youngstown - ' . , ' - A. . , ' Rayon Hi8h'Scl1o0l. YO'-IUESYQWH H V ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' -' - . I Ill I Chaps is allied with W. C. A. in extolling the excellencies of the Bea bitten-state fpar- Cl ' don the plagiarislnlh A tremendousxfevival ofactivity in the real estate business of li Youngstown is anticipated subsequent-to Chape's graduation. f ' ' 1 . pd- p One hundred fw2Wfy'4'ix V I A ' , LJ M ,OM g P O A gg P v A , 4, . MM, . ,,,. i it -.,-.-...-... M-- ., .-.,.- -,Q., , - :C ig, .mf l . CWEEL " iii? f' W ' fri: 4 f if-1 1 " ' ' .J X' ' X Sip dh. A il' ' '4- IHIH I l I ECONOMICS RALPH N. CLICQUENNOI A T A i Kinzua, Pa. ' . i:Va'f'lfli?l' EMS cl A S l Ed oot a : rui sg ssistant porting itor Weekl : Wrestlin g S Student Employment Bureau: Class President OJ: Omicron Dc lta Kappg ecretary The dignified President of fwe are delighted to take exception with the opinion of our predecessorl the best class tumed out at Pitt. Click is a friend of 'all but especially of those of us who are in financial straits and must scrub floors, address envelopes. See the employment bureau. l - Gzoncs I-losxiNsoN Davis EA E g Connellsville. Pa. ' A Connellsville High School Hi-Kockey Club: Advertising Manager Weekly 011235: Freshman Basketball Manager C315 Chairman Prom. Committeeg Omicron Delta appa Who in spite of the imperial edicts of authorities eliminating the most fruitful source of income which made the Prom. Rossible by dint of tireless labor retained our great social event on the par established in t e past. . NEAL D. Dobbs. "Irish" Pittsburgh. Pa. I . Peabody High School Class Football ill J: Glee Club Cl J: Assistant Cheerleaderfl J: Varsity Hockey A-jolly good fel ow. His chief possessions are a friend-winning smile and an incom- prehensible liking for Duquesne Garden. Would rather skate than eat. - WILLIAM l-l. DUNCAN Pittsburgh. Pa. East Liberty Academy Washington and Jefferson A Glee Club "Dune" since his entry into a real school has not allowed his talents to lie dormant and has helped make our Musical Club a hummer.. Here s hoping he will give our track team the benefit of those qualities that gave hun his track letters at W. 6: J. I E511-mn Ewan E ' P Pittsburgh. a. I . . . , "One of the most difficult things we girls ever have to do' is to draw the lme between - prudery and prudence." - I believe in women getting men's wages-married ones do already. One hundred twenty-seven CD WWQXXM7 T4 'e e ee A gg i . V . . - e 0 ..-' 53... ,Q i , a I , . . I I .4 I-I I .-- ,, '-I ,,, 5 I' :A-.N cfjg,Qf1i'f"l'.fS....,Yfiw, 1, -1 if , I N l I i .y. I I 1 . . '.---M..- .. ,....,., .V , Z., ., . . ,. ." -.M-41111,-I x, . . .Li E. Vi W 2 f I !.,...,. ,,., ,.,. . ...,.-. Z .A,- :....f-j:.3,:-.-5-Ak"-n- Ag Q . . I 1,5 E glviffl .163 it A " W A I A ' ' 'I vi. Ta Jifip i -I ' X 'iw 1. 4-A. I R w I wi ' 5 i 1 ii if li . i - i I U fi xiii il 7 5 I ii sim W9 I ., , I M if-filf M l 'li"'l'i?i1li'YiiiI5i5iiii.'ViidliqiiiififfiilililSiifiilililillibifiliifliiieiiiiiliiiliilii'iiifhlliflifillflffiilllglffffi' iilifi Q I .. I 1 ' ' I i I I E EczoNoMIcs 5 . .HFS . 3 Sill i l FRANK SCHUYLI-:R FERGUSSON 1 " 2 E Avalon, Pa. 5 .' I i ' Avalon High School I E Y g ' l Treasurer, Prodigals: Wrestling i , l ' Possesses all the qualities inherent to his compatriots except the one always associated 1 i I i with Harry l..auder's name. Appears to most people to be a grind but we know better. Q Ii 1 . I l A 1 Q EMRYS G. FRANCIS ' Y 3 i 3 Farrell. Pa. 5 f. 4 3 Farrell Hi h School ' , , it I Pitt Weekly UQ QD GJ: Economics Editor Owl: Musical Clubs 132: Prodigalsg Vice- ii , f i Il:regd6ntFClass l9I8g Prom. Committee: Sigma Phi Kappa Uournallsticlz Wrestling: 5 3' M 5 .... 1 M E A mighty likeable chap des ite his name. lnsists that Ll d G d th W l h " il. i i are the'cream of the earth ancibthen. by his ability and succegg, botliiiiiiggrfdl out gf cliss, i Q proves It. So retiring that he asked us to compose his wnteup-a task which he ia doing ' I or o ers. , 5 1 1 ' I BRRTRAM C. GILBERT 5 1 Q New Castle. Pa. fl S New Castle High School li f Q X A man with a good English name like this couldn't help but be solid and conservative. i i' Q Q Slightly viscous and with some ideas of his own but he can still tell a good story and that 5 I 1 Q 2 pleasantly. 1 ' ,L 'j , 5 1 l M ' J V ALBERT W. GRQTEFEND, "Dutch" A E fl . ' fi A l New Castle. Pa. Q I5 Ii , New Castle High School i lg: Q A Valparaiso University 'Ii 1' 1 A' Y lfgtlts glzcikly CU Q21 GJ: Assistant Track Manager: Druids: Fratemity Editor 1 1 I 1 w 'K 1 ,1 3 l D teh. as the Managing Editor of the Weekly, th b' t f ll h ' l I A 'Q Q' "Wlily didn't my notice of the meeting of the lnsecgiafub gaoooriefheilrclt Zliizegyeliigligls iii I 5 I 1' he is not working. he is to be found on the second floor of State Hall. ' . h L' I ' :X , 1 4 Q i 4 CHARLES E. HASTINGS. "Andy" fb 1' A 3 I 1 I ' l Brookville, Pa. 3 I lg 4 5 llirolokvgle Higikschsoh U, cz, G, V B k I Hi, A 5 ' ': arsity OOIH : a 'r tbl I 2 3gV ' 'Ei 2 1 i alicia f37glPgesic:enr of cli...-.an 5, omigggl 135.1tT1f.p2.f 7 4 5 4 P awry Baseball :gf z ' j I L d' ent emen, t e asso t k t l ' ' ' " " .H I i f I the Zregieilri all-round athlete in the U. S. A. 8 es gl-ea P easure m Introducing Andy' li if +4 One Izmzdrcd fzuclrly-cz'gl1t i 'fl 1' Z . ' mv Vi, W I....... ,... . ..... .. -.. .-,- - --.----f--,----- -- -- -- .....-..,..,,,,,,.,,....,,.,.,.,.,,,, . , ummm ma- M-ww-Wm iq' 1 I L 5 " ' i ' il' fx K' i - 'H -- "" v"'x.1.,.,w, - .,a,..::..,. . , Y VYV, Y ,g W M UMW V M 2 -. I ft..- I C A .V N.. I ' 1 Ci Q." 'lglvf A 'f ., ' V Cf " " ii ' Alhgjg-'?g,1Qfg:,,.Q4g g . L. ' I 7 L All 1 Ur , . i'lj'.!:?.,l :axe 1 A U 71 ., -W , , l. . , .L .-..- ,T . . ,,,, ,. -,, .T 1 t A ,. 1- . T. ,,- 'All li 5 5 '-.lx j, F - -'i7'- UV, V A V Y ... wr, H' 1g.l.n..v . .. egg .ag 7 fp! iilli 1 1 .54 fi 1 l 5 5 l 2 Q E C 0 N O M' I C S , 1 u f I ....-......-..s.. -.-- .... r g ' LEONARD F. HILTY EA E - Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School Football 'Was your train of thought ever wrecked by an auditory sensation resulting from H1lty's attempts at harmony accompanied by "Andy's" tenor? Is possessed of some of the latter's well known gridiron ability. HARRY L. JACOBSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Central High School Menorah Society Never fear the unexpected quiz if jake is around. He always has something you can use, even if it isn't exactly the way the book puts it, and his good nature won't let him be sparing with it. WALTER L. Knvnvncn Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny Hgh School Comptroller wl , Why purchase the latest copy of Vogue when one glance at "Kim" will acquaint you with the up to the minute styles in dress? Has every night engaged and can still survive that interesting C. P. A. work. R. LUTHER LANG Williamsburg. Pa. r Winsburg High School Gettysburg College- U I Another of the several- ln our class who have tried other institutions but have decided that a Pitt B. S. in Ec. is the best of all. Lang is one of the quiet chaps but will "get . there." ' F. DoN LEONARD 2 A E ' Washington. Pa. ' 4 Washington High School I l 1 Culver Military Academy u Co-discoverer with T. R. of the River of Doubt in South America. Has other traits peculiar to the Nlooser and has found the secret of-passing through school with all the ' ease and dignity imaginable. One hundred twenty-nine CD 'ff 41 r 'L 'Si -3 I i l Y Y L. Q. ssss ---ef ,s M JEVS R if . vw 3 W' 1, gEfg:5, ' km gl -wif e-A uv JV ECONOMICS Janome L. Lavv, "jerry" IIA fb , Pittsburgh, Pa. ' ' I Peabody Hi h School E Advertisingllflanager Owl: Junior Prom Publicity Manager .- As enterprising and bustling as theuother Jerry. The nature of the activities he is engaged in will offer you an indicationeof his characteristics. .Jerry is never tb bg seen in the halls unless occupied in the serious business of discussing politics. . . V Q 1 Gsonos E.. Lunszsum. E KH ' A J Pittsbur h. Pa. Osceola high School Pittsburgh Academy ' ' A Carnegie Tech Class reasurer, QZJ . , V . - , We really won't mind doing our bit of hep if some of the officers are only as good- natured and eflicient as "Dutch."' l Ann-lun L. LYNAM A E ill Pittsburgh. Pa. Villanova Preparatory Andover 1 , .Q V Q ' ' Villanova College I ' V Hi-Kockey Club: Newman Club: Junior Prom Committee A firm supporter of, the doctrine of- never leavingpstudles interfere with pleasure. A good scout and does not hate the women. Q ' STANLEY H. MALQNE J fl' I' A A Crafton. Pa. , A , , Crafton High School I' -- J . A . J J Q . V V . Cap and Gown ' , -2' f J Stanley used to haunt the libraries but on becoming ,s Junior he put sway childish ' things and his life now has in it more of sterner stuff. , - ' .lscos A. Msmcovrrzv " L A ' 7 V V - Braddock. Pa. , Braddock High School E ' . . . X . 'N 1 Debating , - 1 ' ' ' - ' I , ' Q H ' 5 gg 1 2 Has been an mmafs Of Phe College for two years and then. enrolling' with us. submitted I C LM to the inevitable. We will pardon him for thcmistake and extend a hearty welcome to lo im. ' I ' - ' 1 1 . - V V fd? 1 One hmzrlred thirty 101 J V l - J Y C . "' ' IA. 5 L fm J as f f JI K T N -1' "" "' "- -- ECONOMICS .DAY'roN E. Mays ' Punxsutawney. Pa. 3 M lVlcCalmont High School ' . ' ' I ' - ' ' - ' Punxsutawney High' School ' ' A . - " i ' Varsity Track CID 121: Prodigals: Student Senate OJ: Varsity Letter Club, Never judge a man from the townhe-comes from. There is a determination in this quiet Punxsutawneyian which has won many a point onthe track for the University. Our only regret is that he is so busy we can't see-more of him. ISRAEL A. MELNICK , , . ' . ' ' Pittsburgh. Pa. - , Pittsburgh Central High School Debating - 1 1 A . .- , " ' . An A after Melnick's name is a natural phenomenon so common that it has ceased to elicit comment, As the class spell-binder, he can make us believe in the fourth dimen- sion. value of assemblies, or anything else. WILLIAM HAROLD MILLER. "Foxy" A Gilberton, Pa, ' ' Wyoming Seminary ' . ' Varsity Football flj CZ, Ol: Class Basketball CID Nicknames are not given fornothingras the sporting records and class grades show. Foxy's school career is not badly overbalanced on the side of studies but the fact remain that he holds his own withthebest of them in the class room. RAYMOND KENNETH Moyrzn ,E KH L Monongahela, Pa. ' . Monon ahela Hi h School H . r - " lVlandoEn,Club: l'itt Weekly: Manager Freshman Football: Prodigal Club: Student Senate - ' Raymond Kenneth Moyer! What fond dreams of greatness, what lofty visions of superb achievements do confront us at the murmuring syllables of that illustrious name. But alas! the fortress of our dreams has crumbled. and we sit in blank and pathetic de- spair. R. K. M. has departed from our midst. r Seriously, he was a consistent, steady worker. and we hope to see him with us again next year. 1 E. P. McCAR'ran l Pittsburgh. Pa. , , X Alle hen Hi h School y 8 4 ' . ,, . "S:5iool is the chief business of you men Just now. as the Dean tells us. so Mac is attending strictly to business. Despite his modest and unassuming manner, he is not neglecting the cultures side of life. of which the appreciation of living loveliness is a. phase. One hundred 'thirty-one LJ 4 ' V , V I Y 5 -.... 5 5 if M e--'efaf--raw:--M-W--as--gf 2- + g f1l "'L A r 'lb usa -u' 7'- ,v s 'N A w sqm A "sz ECONOMICS J. J. MCCARTHY A E fl? I Braddock. Pa. St. Thomas Preparatory School , University of Pennsylvania 1 1 - , From the Emerald Isle and possessed of an abundant stock of lrish stories to prove it. ' 4 Admits that Pitt is superior to Penn in moreways than one. N X Ric:-man T. MCCAR1-Nev III K E Ben Avon. Pa. ' Ben Avon High School Washington and Jefferson College V 1 Tennis 5 ' I . A , Dick is a recently acquired asset from the neighboring institution, but his goocl nature and gentlemanly manners are rapidly winning him the good will of all. 1 r n I I i ' ALEEN W. lXlCFS:0RMICK, "Chancellor" fb I' A E.dgZx3a'1-lah School Class Baseball i ' I u , . ' ' "Chancellor's" actions are usually in keeping with the dignity of his title. He does , I , not find it hard, however, to forget his office and mix up with the fellows. l ' i GERALll1THl?MSS Monnow E P' . . V ' ' it i 2 iiiiiibiighccgntiiiligsh fi K k Cl b W' s h P ii . on u :1-oce u: innr "Pb1' ' , Sggalgiigz Biisineas Manager l'9l8 OWL: Omicro: lsdltfmlzheppiize In u lc i E "Got your five dollar boys?" His wonderful business ability Uerryj confesses that . i l economic training was necessary to extract the money from some of the fellowsl made i this glorious monument of the Class of l9I8 possible. . 1 . LEONARD F. Piazza 1 3 Bellevue. Pa. ilgillighenyi-llflxlgl'gSl::h41ol ' vue lg c oo ' Piiesiident ltalian Qlub: Young Men's Christian Association ' l I If Q I III I If variety is the spice Of life. Piazza has not lacked relish. just to-keep up his reputa- ' "' ' 1 Q1 tion Leonard recent y had the banns announced. and. no man protesting. he is now con-- 'fi' L tmuing his variegated course with a companion. ' L A One hundred thirty-two i 1 .ah "" p ' ' 04. b i -so . ., .V "T 7 H--' -' ' ,--' f- . . ., .... -, .,,,, ,,,, ,....,..,... ..... -.......,,,.. .. ff ,,,,,,,,,.,, -3 g 3. L51 :i:f:g1"'t:tif'gi' --f f:--------.--i7ff.--f- I . .3 ,Wh ., .1 ,.... , ,wfkffs-N 1,,fa,.-, 1 X V WL. . . .A - fs , A In ,l 1 N i, I. l li 2711! . p W 1 1 I I ECONOMICS Y f f - --- -W We V 5 ALBERT N. Rsvnouns A E TI I I Sewxckley, Pa. ' l Coraopolis High School , 3 lj Ligonier High School g 1 ,Q W mcQrllll.givgrsiXyO O F ' , 5 usica u s: .... ' . Ill Notice the last mentioned degree. Has attained permanent recognition from his work i f ' as organizer of the Musical Clubs chapter of the Ancient Order of Fleas. 13 I " Q .H . A ' A i lil J. Cvnus RHODES, "Cy" 'Z New Castle. Pa. I f ill New Castle High School ' gg: j Pitt Weekly QQ Q21 GJ: Secretary Prodigals: Publicity Chairman: Young lVlen's Chris- Q 5 Q ll ll txan Association ' ll M Q He is constantly attempting to show that it is not because he wished it so, that he ii W 1 Q comes from where he does. Seems to differ with us on the question of whether it is our ii ill i F Y duty to study. He holds the affirmative. , i . . I I 1 l 3 i l ai! W' f BENJAMIN Rosawsr-um: w Pittsburgh. Pa. U g .ii V 5 Fifth Avenue High School . 5 A Q 3 5 Controller, Weekly: Sigma Phi Kappa 1 1 V! 1 5 Has the unique distinction of having pulled down an A in Psychology, while the less 3 3 Q! i fortunate of us were content with a C. ls following the precedent established by. former 5 ffl 4. Chancellors of the Exchequer, Cof the Weeklyl and closely scrutinizes our Weekly Knot F L iff, Q i, weekly, but Weeklyl expense accounts. 5 3 ii ' i 5 iai ir , 5 i 1 ' , NORMAN K. SCHALLI-:R Z i l ,I Pittsburgh. Pa. . 3 5 X 5 l Fifth Avenue High School 5 j ir' X l How long does it take to become a C, P. A? At the rate Schaller is absorbing that 5 if I I Q gruelling accounting course the Governor will soon be signing another diploma. 2 i ' " ' .1 i " ! 'My i J I ' l 1 It X F HARRY Sl..osowER ,' ' ' i 'kg 3 B Pittsburgh, Pa. 3 . l - "The only sure things in life are those that have already happened." i . I I He has his wagon hitched so high, he sees naught of what passes below. Went to San Q Y ' ' X r' Francisco to run the Exposition: found himself walking back to Pittsburgh. 9 M I y. A . ' iw, One hundred thirty-three ., if CD .1 il f fffff sff'e W----mfriif-'-'f i-fee ' - .V '53 'Ti ffiii. .. 4" ' " Q.. .5 ' '1g:g, T11 . Q Q. 3 W A i M i 1 ' . y eh ' 'Ye'-Mm ,,,, 4, ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,gf .- v,.,,-Q.-..-...M .....,. m...........,.,,......,...,..,......,,.,,,,.,,f" ,' N ' '-.R ffm M is me H y lg-ii"W'w..., ,' i 1 A r A gggg H so "R 'R " Y . ' - if ,,. , , . 'C f H YL RA lmsgggiif H Q, 1 In , K Jhik, J? ,d tw "1-1-:qu ECONOMICS I 'C P. R. SINGLBTON EA E Parnassus. Pa. Parnassus High School Allegheny College A , Debating , - a . , e We extend a hearty welcome to Singleton. also congratulations on judgment. Has already shomm that he has ability in, those profound questions asked in Psychology, JOHN HENRY Sono 'P I' A E Pittsburgh. Pa. Bordentown Military Institute Cap and Gown Who when the class takes up And we're with cares o'erladen, Who then does cheer our hearts. Who but the Cap and Gown maiden? L. R. SQUIER. Ja.. "Squee" A T A Tionesta, Pa. West Philadelphia High School I H' h S h l Oil City ig c oo Junior Prom Committee: Class Football QI J: Assistant Manager Basketball Has constantly puzzled his friends by his unfailing defence of Oil City when he comes from Tionesta. He started with us in the Freshman year, went to Mines as a Soph and returned to the fold this year, but 'tis rumored that he is contemplating a change to medicine. CLINTON LEE Wanmau. Elizabeth. Pa. Elizabeth Hi h School Mclieeiport iligh School , Prodiga s Has not yet been convicted on the charge of disturbing the peace. Will surel be success in life if he attacks its problems with the same amount of zeal as he err Hays is conquering the heavy courses given in our school. 'p R. W. WILLIAMS KID 1' A Braddock. Pa. Braddock High School . V l h Colle e ' Q lelg engg 8 f An h b ic trie One Semester 0 Q8 ehy ut old associations proved to b t he returned to the onhgglace. Hl3'QYOCllVltieS for procuring ads and otha: igaitgoseiiihx' only to our sect result in the position of Business Manager of Pitt's publication, One hundred thirty-four CD I-J .3 S 36' ei .A C e.. C ii A in n ek' t 'fix g le., Q L in L ox W Q nu v 1.- IE ECONOMICS KIVIE WOLFE 3 . ' Q kPittel:urgl1,,Pdf I ' ' V ' V' ' Pittabufgh.Central High School ,- . V , . MenorahHSociety: Wrestling. ' A ' ' Wolfe is the last: name on theirollxcall and ipso facto he is usually the last getting to class. .Comes from Penn Avenue and has pugilistic preclilections. I One hundred thzrty five L.: la lu ls 3 Lb' W . l 'dl O I 1 1 F Oigg --Q -- A-fi? ll' 58Mif1WL4SivD . Q 'J gfialf '- R aqzfi ilfijjiffvi at R s .xg i . 3 .1 I5 3 i 1 WiiEfiiR?fffif"'5WV525555-i'3?ffiIii?:lfil5HiiiiJ11ifif7'ei!4'QfJfiflf.l:a22ii2fLYfiiiiiliiillillllilliiiliilliliiii i ii , ' U ' A V 'V ' Q' A . 4 ' V' A , Y "iff f.fff2'ffQf1iQ.1'iJ ' EVENING SCHOOL i i ' l Y . GEORGE S. BARR A Kllf' v 1 3 Pittsburgh, Pa. . I gig j "He who is always a little late never catches up." 2 I ini 'Tis mighty hard to say anything about a fellow who is his own judge. jury and coun- i Q' I sel-and who keeps court while the world sleeps. However, duty is dutyl We close our Q Q. i 5 eyes and take a dare-devil guess-George is a profound thinker! E If 1 1. W x James H. BARR . 5 Q lwf Pittsburgh. Pa. ' 1 ' Nj. "Man may be made of dust. but he doesn t always settle." F I1 'I Jim is a fighter of the pacifist order. When attacked, he turns loose the spigot of his wit c ii ' with such speed and force. his adversaries usually retreat in great bewilderment and dis- i 3 i order-pending the time when their own wit may come meandering in. 5 2 ,3: 1 i s i l l 2 1 I HOWARD E. BEHRHORST A 1' fl' 2 iii is Pittsburgh. Pa. . 5 llij Evening School Manager l9l8 Owl: President of "Monday Nitersu 2 ILE! "A train of thought is often wrecked in a brainstorm." 4 i 3 ' "Old Top's" aspirations are so hgh it often makes him dizzy to look down from the , i -imaginary heights. Whether his la der of success will be able to hold up under his I I9 I i ,ig pound pressure depends a great deal on the steadymg influence of a certain alliance. 1 i , ii 1 1' 1 v , 1 H21 a U2 Rilgman C.hBxl3o'r'rER 5 iii 'ttburg. 8- -'.', I 8 "Most of us can find fault with our eyes shut." 3 Q He speaks of "taking" Spanish in the same tone of voice as cod liver oil. "Dick" has , i 5 5' not yet come to realize that poor excuses are worse than none. 5 3 Eval ' 3 i Q 1 Q ' Davin M. Bmu. E X Pittsburgh. PH- , l 3 in 1, Evening School Editor 1918 Owl: Secretary and Treasurer 'Monday Niters." L 1 gi Q "lt takes more than an expert accountant to tell us how little we really know." 2 l His extraordinary good qualities and his extraordinary had ones are so numerous and f 1 H i interwoven and.they in tum are so badly nrixed. with the common ordinary ones it would be the height of folly to try to assort them m the order of their importance We therefore refuse to slight or magnify any of them One hundred thirty -YM' ,ff R1 CD , - f - - W '-'-- e- a- ': ,. "L.QQ 5 ,,,i:.:':..: . , 1.3 W" ' . .ill Y A,,,,w, ,,,f,,Wih V M515 36' .34 .,.., - s. .,.,.--.,,,,,.,--, ,,..,,,,,,W,,, QA . as V U' s .R Ia R R 'R 'li ,, z , g .4 -I 5' ' 5 ..,, ' ..1"r1.. -, ,N . I if ,..j""""""Q ' ", X 1 ' 'MVQR l '1 ,, ,,,, ...W ., .. .. ., , 1 . A ' fl 1 1.4. '-1 I I Sig: ' l , if 1 ' , fr 1. 11 , :QQ ' , ig: ig' , -Q -F .. 1. 1 1 . , -1 ,151 .iii l'f'l Ylf' i.."'1' C" 'fl L'1i1.U1 IIW1 ggi ffbj 511.1 4" r:.:w' 'lil ' 53? :.1115i Lg, 33 11, 1 1 ' l 1 ""-' . 1 52? ff-ffl il'!l .Vi 1.11 Ui Wifi we 1 1 . 1 1 me EVENING DCHOOL QQ! Mjfll ...,n.M. ...-- ..,. -.-W 1. .A.. . Wil if Q iw 1 iw 1 N 1 3 DAVID S. COOPER A KW' , 1 -, , f Pittsburgh. Pa. 4 3 "Invest a little in the bonds of friendship." if : 5 ' Dave has caught some of that contagious disease commonly called "Pep" from his ' 3 5 3 5 body-guard Ed. lt is hoped that by the time he reaches his senior year, he will be in Q A class for which he is aspiring so enthusiastically. Ng J 1 4 1 4 l 3 4 3 ' w Jsssia K. CROWNOVER if .1 5 1, Dormont, Pa. 5 A 1K 3 1 "Let your thoughts be well dressed if you would have them move in the bestof company." ,Q 1 l u l Jesse has always been the acme of politeness. good behavior and perfectness. We i 1 Z ' ' know our place, so we refuse to criticize. Z 3 11 Q 3 1 5 Z 4 A s I 1 1 Josiam-1 F. Dxsraxcu A I' fb g l ' i 4 Pittsburgh, Pa. D 2 1 2, Q "Love in a man is like gold in quartz. It.must be got out of him by squeezing and i ' 2 I pressing." f 1 l l "market and Buicksf' We wonder if joe was in on the leak. He joined the Monday l. Z ' I A jovial good fellow. Knows a little about everything and a good deal about the E 1 - ' 5 1 Nighters, but resigned, saying, "You don't have to go into training to run into debt." 4 f 1 5 Did you say a steady? i ' 1 . Y M l ifz l, i 1 s 1 i 11. 4 JOHN A. DONALD 1 1 l Pittsburgh. Pa. u 1 I g1 A Q ' "When hearts are trump, the girl expects him to play a diamond." 1 5 1 Q Very, very well "Red." A- personal model. reared and refined by Dr. Linhart. Don- 3 ff l ald is a hard worker for the E. S. A., especially if the majority is with him. I ' ' 1 3 2 l Q i EDGAR Gmrrrrus A I' 'IJ Q " S 2 1' Pittsburgh. Pa. f i ,D l 1,3 5 1 1 "Some people imagine themselves so good- that they want their reward on earth. "I Q3 - Q l 1 ' P quit the Monday Nlters and Joined church." .1 'T i 1 "Grill" keeps all his Law in a note-book. l f 1 , 4 1 . 1 g Another contains all his Cost: ' - N . V I Tho a junior this year, 'tis his one constant fear, 2 1-,Q g X. Q "What if my note-books got lost?" Q 'rj 1 1 Q 'LK 1 1 1 l . - P One! hundred thzrfy-seven Q l i r lhrul Mm-nm., V-mx I ,... ..1.. .. .... ............ ,....,-. . .. .. ..,. ...-. .. - .--- ----.-----1-. 4-.1...t......-......,.l 1 ru lux 1 Ni 'AMI al! NK F I 'O Q fa CJ s11"Y"'riXM i 1 l J. ,... , x 1 Jrwi, 'suv J: , ,raw Y - --- g --:V1-.---as --.- --.-af------1' -1-of 'J AN M MN ""xV E! 1, H " I" I' K - .4 ' A A im' V V, V 74--,-,,,.,-. . -- 1111: -.-. , --fff 2 if ,aj Q ,QF ! 1 I as fr -. Mu- ,. ,.. e. J ax' ., -739 3 A ii we-y , al . -v .'l , .,i i imulmlnulluIHIHIIHIIIllIIHIHIIIHIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIHHIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIHIIHIHIIHHIHIHE i :lr ,,.,.,,,,:i....--.1-:.'.j.-...':T:-A ,.L::"'T- Y -' EVENING SCHOOL ' JOHN HOLLINGSWORTH 1 Pittsburgh, Pa. I . A ' , p I "A smile is like the massage for the facial -muscles. Axdsdxgestlon, helps you get over 1 it when you fall on a banana peel. lfyou don't do it in public, go down into the cellar." I CLIFFORD C. Hovxms . H , Munhall, Pa. ' I "Moat people have five senses. -but few have the sixth-common sense." Smiling all the time, Cliff can smile at nothing and take great pleasure in doing it. He , I even Hits a half-bewildered smile while in the midst ofAsl1by's jaw-breaking, brain- muddling, finger-crimping note-taking. lsAAc Kalman f -E Pittsburgh, Pa. ' ' "You can break the ten commandments rovxding you observe the eleventh-'Thou ' shalt not ge found out.' " A "Ike" was a sunday School. teacher beforehe came to Pitt. After a course under Beck he grasped the economic waste of time and quit Sunday schooling automatically. , FRED L. LAWRY A I' fi? Z' . , Wilkinsburg. Pa. ,"A square deal always wins rounds of applause." Diogenes' historic specimen, modernized--behold on "Slim", a "square" round man. Always on the level. sometimes treed, but true to arithmetical proportions, never 'con- cerned. . ' NORMAN W. NOLAN p r l . Pittsburgh. Pa. . l Q i ' . . , "justice consists in legalizing what we want to do, and PCIIRIIZIDS what we don t want others to do." f . I 'II Nolan has been one of the brightest pupils ,ever graduated from Mr: Williams' jour- i bl nalism class. One of the f'old guard,'7 who did more for the E.. S. A. than he is given '45 ll, credit for. A friend in the truest sense. . - f . ' 1 . . Jar 1 One hundred thirty-eight ' M e e e - NA 4 A , ,- .. M 7,.,,,.?t:--... ..,..-- f-.-....4..M.,-.,,,,.,,,,,-d,,,m,i:5, ,,-if ffm :ga gy, fa ow 'e m W ln EVENING SCHOOL A :ErowgRDFM.IfPoWE1.4L-in f ' . I 1 ' . Pittsburgh. Pay i P . P yi'1j' 1, -3' , I g " 'I ' - "A'eoft-headed nail and a hard-headed.rnan-'areboth hard to drive." . ' i E.d'is aucornbination of la variety of substancesg 99 pei' :cent of which is Pep, the other one 'per cent. -being' PepQ' ,gwithout him: the E.fS..A. wouldn't be. Like a galvanic battery he throws his energy fully into what he is doinggand forces it to a successful con- ' clusion. H-We neednft say-P'he's our best locker-fgloolcg iTowns near Connellsville, peasecopy. 1 .V" 1 , N "E.DhVlN.l.i.'REsSl,ERi- AK1lf'i- g i "" Pittsburghi Pa.'- ' - P ' I ' , "If you'wish your life to 'like sweet muimic, don't betoo sharp or too flat--just B V 1 -3' Q , g .natura." P - -Always as fresh-and chipperas al cyclonegand looking finer than frog's hair. His ca- 5 ' paoityfor "knowledge" -puts the Hspongef in the rum to shame. As Shakespeare says, I TThe,b0yfS ,P t , e-,, P P i 4 f P ii j0Hn.W.iRonrNisoN - A .- 1- -P B F 'll P . A ' A ' eaver as, a P P .. 1 Q IP- - '."There is a lot of difference between coming back and going back." ' To succeed a man must have confidence. to have confidence he must have knowledge -to have knowledge he must be informed. -Therefore, l say into you, get in on the ground Hoor by matriculating at the Evening School. Q i . GEORGE W. Rooney- A KW' Pittsburgh. Pa. ' - b i I "A quiet smoke probably means a good cigar without a band." ' Next to his meerschaum, they say Ressler is his closest friend. We would like very much to insert at least one knock..but he has issued warning that that would be con- sidered an overt act. - , T SAMUEL S1-xi1..i..1v1AN P I . - 1- ittsburgh. Pa. P ' i A . M l9l8 Owl 1 , .illi Associate? anager P , P A ' ' "' ' "Courage is what makes people forget they are afraid." . 2 Q11 Q larsl ,g Th 'ld ' h Id h' . VSh'll .divides his time betweenT h d P'tt. S ' ilu he Zevlzrnwxtenilssllthe Znnuhll1TechlPl,ttPfootball game. It is rumggedallhat ht sellsqilzsiiy M 'L' do A A l ' One hundred thirty-nine 26 l O LJ 4 li e l ff M2 1- -0 M122 frownooo'Wo'rm'o'o -f AV 0 V U ka 096 ow Q EEEQ A QB fi- -22 ll- L W l 0 5 In 2 'vi EVENING SCHOOL ' I i T1-xomns E.uSvlgi:is:NEYV m ' A A . ' 'V A' ' A A Q Aapmwa l Va. A "Defeat is for those who acknowledge it." A ' V Tom hasn't decided whether he will buy out the Standard Oil interests in South Amer- " ica or become a member of iJ.'P. Morgan 8: Co. Whichever he does. we wish him lucky ll l .. il Dglndymissp A A A ' 'Z l A A V a' A 4 ' ' . . I A "lilac cxorst of wisdom that is attained by Wage ns. rhauwe have so little time left zo A .A 'A malcei useof it." . 'A A 4 A deep, profound .thinker of the type a la Shakespeare--"Yon man has a lean and Al hungry look. he thinks too much." - A 'A D ' A K ll! A A , 'O 1 :M il V U1, . ill 1 lm 1 full l U3 if :ll l ml l Q 1,1 v 3. ' A' A-- 314 , g:,::g:i1QgfL:1." ' ' 2:::ii:,T4':g1,A fm' "A"'A""' ii Aj 1 3 Y , " gf 5. 9 'Aa' ..-- 01: AA ee nf -r -- -- '24-Z :jqgj ' Kr One hundred fdrty' 1 df ' fr- 7 ,fo D f ll wo f is ? ul s H ,,,,. lliis uiiiu l"'l 1 ' I , 4 EDUCATION r 5 X i ,r-,,.- , N5 I 13 Bessie BEISEL , r ' l X '3 ii f Pittsburgh, Pa. - ' 1 'l i Fifth Avenue High School . i lil I Peabody High School , A l .1 li w W, A. , ' K , ' W Bessie is one of .those sweet and quiet persons-that 'you know and yet don't get well .H acquainted with.' Those who do know her willtell you that it is your loss. , l t GRACE BERLIN, "Pele" W 5, Wilkinsburg, Pa. ,is 1 I! Wilkinsburg High School ' , Hi 15 Women's Activities'Associe'tion H I' ' i 5 lj! if il Y Nlaininterest in life, ' eats and dates. .Can t get on time to a l :30 on account of I Q ' Q! if interest in former, nor to 8:30 due to interest in latter. They say the dates are all of one 1 gg, ' variety now. i 3, ?f l i lr l 1 ' W . 5 , ll I 'Q i ii SASQF 30515 BISNNET, "Sari" Z TA .P fi lm? I 1 1 epla. a. Q 339, ff lg Egiliaologilolnggig ichizol V i ,g ogy " +5 ' 0 is l Q , I w,il5gyoEiXkgball:CAl.? C21 GD: Student Senateig Bachelor Maids: German Club CID CZJ: 1 y 1 ' , ' ' t' 't' ssociation , Q N -'sfiisnii Laid! lvlljgh Mucky Muck of the Bachelor Maids of America. May we also 3 3 I il E K mention her interest in Bachelors of another sort. E Y il l lr' . ' , ll ' I ' R131-1 MiNEnlXA,BnowN E'R0 A ,P 1 rmont. a. ' ' 1 Q 5 lxrgllgni Normal V P ,LE Orie of those joyous juniors that served time as practice teacher in the fall. just see f ig li Q the dull care dro ing awsgl Ruth is a very live member at Pitt, but we are afraid her X ' 3 if I heart is inclined gash-wa . ' I i HELEN S. BURCKHALTER, "Burky" - A A A ll ll Ei Grand Junction, Colo. - Z ,i ' H' h School 4 G"l"fi1J 'i,nci5'oif lggClub Owl Board op i - U' Ow u : - - - 2 , , , , . ,. . . That pest who has been artmg you from your cherished five sxmoleons and haranguxng , ' l bl you in chapel toibuy an SWL. Nevexxmlnd, Burky, your work will soon be over an , i 1 K your popularity will return Better resign from the Owl Klub lest we ldon tj forget + i One humirtd fortv one w . . W CD I-Jo o do i 4 I - ' . y . . 1 ll' eeee ye ,,o,,i,,oo,,,,,..,..l...,o.1Q,..r all Q e"' wr' 'err e 2' 'iii' V fxx ee--fi--W 1-o...,....,..,o V- XX I gli . " 1 t o o t fs - W gil? :.a ftf., 17? "'i ,,Q - i J-ikfx "5Wf, ' f-2 HQH i s , .A . Gif' W' W 'it 'vi 4 5 .f J Y EDUCATION N H Maacmnm' Cocx-IRANE, "Peg" A A A 1 i Greensburg, Pa. V A Greensburg High School A ' '- V Hollins Co lege . I 1 , Women's Activities Association' ,Z , -- , Coming to us from the exclusive environs of Hollins, "Peg" has a southem accent and lovely manners. Classes never bother her. and her favorite haunts are the Gardens and the Schenleyp "Peg" has nice brown eyesand curly eyelashes. with which she creates much havoc among the sterner sex. ' , l x , Ang: RUTH Cnrfgrnen A A A lg ippingport, a. i' , Pittsburgh Central l'ligh'School A ' A ' ' E Pittsburgh Training School ' V V Il To look at her you would never think that she once cherished hopes of becoming a serious and sedate school-ms'am. and even' taught the dear innocents for a year. l , Ruth is our prize society lady. Q A society event isn't a society event at' all unless she vi is there. She also has more men in a week than most of us havevin a year, but she stoutly F maintains she can't help it--they pursue her. A , , . V V , EMMA Demmcea ' ' X l Logsn's Ferry ,I Parnaasus High School ' ' Women's Activities Association ' - 5 The sort of girl who keeps in the background. If you have noticed, though, when ig, comes to tests. she is more there than some of the noisy beings. li FLORA G. DETWILER1 "Deity" A l Oakmont. Pa. Oakmont High School Classical Club: Women's Activities Association Seems to be a beaming and cheerful person. beyond which we know little of her. CHARLES W. Fnonencn A CIPA , S. Brownsville. Ps. V S. Brownsville High School . r X Storer Normal D g D . Varsity Debate Captain GJ: President Pitt Lyceum: Secretary lnternational Polity 1 52115 Club i ::::: I B ' V e attention tothe fo e ' b'l' ' d h , ' " iii! takeyaplggtuofi :glib the next occupant oi Egzkzrlifz sligdgml bite It is pretty safe to uri rd One hundred forty-two 'gh ' A I ' ' v , K- o 2235 -ff RIMA qi.. p a J UW my J' p in 1 it x v i l iiinl 3' l 'Il,- S 'III' .... ir..- - ll I' : l l E r g E i a 1 in 3 l --.-,-- W ...fi i E n U c A T 1 0 N . g i ' F 1 l as W 3 ELMER. G. Gnunss .QA TI' ' A Q Pittsburgh. Pa. , ,. V 3 - . ' il 'f 1 Peabody High' School ' l E ' . lil ., Deutscher Vereing Pitt Players .. i ' , 5 . Hi iff Grubbs is the guy whoiput thehist min histrionic.V"'Friendi Elmer is a real patriot. ii' f ig . wears his flag at ha fmast,-always carrxesa clean handkerchief 'to be ready for Chau- Q I p tauqua salutes, and infact? does eyerything'chicQ ' ' , Y' Q V , p KM ELMA B. GOLDINGER, f'Rusty" H ' 515 Tarentum, Pa. .. 1 N Tarentum High School V ' L A Q. . D v 1 l 5, ' Women's'Activities Association V Q 5 , ' ' "Rusty"M-yes. it's red or mighty near 1t.ancl a mighty pretty pair of brown eyes go . Vg l with it. One of the quiet oneswxth a .propensity for fgetting there." Q I I .- x ' f ' ' H' fini , ' Rosfxus Louise Guauszv " ' ' ' ii. 1. l ll. 4 W I ' Pittsburgh, Pa. I , r I . . X V ' ' Mount cle Chantal fwheeling. W. Va.Q . I g 1 Margaret Morrison. A ' A , . ' Lucky Thirteen: Newman.Club . 'i -V, - ' ' M i It is the style' to be elim---so Rose is sylph-like. . Very dainty--achieves coiffures which , ' are the despair of every other girl. jSome little man-killer, V Uses Jap-Rose soap. 4. f SARA Louisa Hs:rHaR1NcroN.' "Lou.-" - . p l r Bentleyville, P... . e y . il Bentleyville Highschool ' nz.. by h n f W 1 Girls' 'Glee Club: Newman Club: Women s Activities Association- - . i i One of those co-eds who embarrass us by getting their escapades in the papers. If you , 5 must go bob-sledding, Tonyfget a selffstopper and don't use a wagon and the curb for Q, . that purpose. ' , ' ' I , ' ' 1 gf . " - . ' Pl , t ll l MARGARET I. I-Ionnocxs .,,,, Swissvale.Pa - ,ml ' "1 ' Swissvale High School , ' Q ' 1 . Y. W. C. A. ' . 1, Wi , Has little to say and says it not. Wherefore is considered quite wise. r X r ' af P ' .P , ,. P One hundred forty-three 61 LJ L 4 in its gg - i C3 t e e it - g 4.62 f k V 5 .V 1 2 i 1 i i I . ix , . "V" 'f"'T"ff"' - fi'-"" ""' ' i 74. ' ""- lli: -M-.M . .. -. X . N limi "'iLf.j-.. 'iff g U 1 X, . in , ' .. , rg. 1,?-1fA111.-f-- -A,--" f --H -'Hf ' ' fig-,,LL,f ...T:f:lL ,...,.. -.......,.. Ai-, .5533 ,ML fi ' '--' f 'fi fi. 143 . A A,,. . , A ': ,.i V 11 wg XL . A I lx, .1 .U , 63 . ,V l I . .. .ig Vfl I ,. .H-z 3 .H I-ii Q eete I 'Z I 1 - ' ' v' 1 PH' 1121 'Qgigl i 5 li i 1: 5 Illia : if. I' ai? ,, i 5 ' Wi gi A EDUCATION PM 5 1 it i' 2 fe T MARY FRANCIS Hows, "Fritzie" A A A 'i ' Q ' Tarentum, Pa. ' 3' " 5 , Q Tarentum High School i 3 ' ' 3 Vice-President Student Senate C315 Chairman Meetings Committee Y. W. C. A.: ' 3 Women's Activities Association 4 ' . H Fritz-yes. she is vice-president of the Senate: but it was the dread of her life lest at Z W r j 3 some meeting the president would fail to appear. 1 , 2 5 . i , .5 iii f i ' VERNA lRONS ' Ben Avon, Pa. ' Ben Avon High School 4 C-irl's Basketball CD C313 Y. W. C. A. , fi . l Verna does a little bit of everything-recites, plays piano and basketball, and makes ' good fudge. Her latest talent to develop is singing--oh. yes, didn't you know she got her f ' . practice teaching job thusly? Ask her how she likes Waynesburg? i ' I r MYRTLE A. LEY 1 Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Y. W. C. A.: Women's Activities Association I Pals with Red Mowry.. Mostly to be seen with a German book. Never looks worried in spite of practice teaching. l l CORA Mownv. "Red" Derry, Pa. Derry High School Y. W. C. A.: W. A.' 3 A quiet. unassuming girl. but with unsuapected possibilities if you take the trouble to ' investigate. . V I l Q 1 JANET MAcDoNAx.D E R O ig X . f 1 Pitilbiiighbpi' D b T 425 E ' iii f f W. . -: i1"5 0 ating elm : xecutive Comm'ttee 3 :Ch ' ' ' iff, , Prom Committee: Vice-lzresigeiit Q2jg P, E, P, 1 4 5 mrman Education .. 1 Please. ma'am. give me ve o ars so we can have a Prom: it is to b t' 1 - S f "'i E A affair. you know and-Poor Janey, it'S a thankless job. e en ue y a Put 'i i l L . l i rm One lzzmdwd forty-four 3 Seiji 1 L U' , . Wg ,A . ,hi 7 l , -- -"W" fx-. ,,,,.-,...--..,......., .... --......,. , ,,f"' ""X. '- te ii-..i,f""'Wl? if ..f A l 1 fix 'Q " ' "--641:--1 'fff - - ---- -'-- -'H -----M---1-, ?......:A,,.-,,,, ..,,.,, ,,,,M,,-,, ,.:,,QW,A,-me "" ""1.,,,,,f" -r:'f'1- if -1 A -f - - - "" 'fx' ff- - -- . f ,Z-,.....,.,:.-,., , N as-,-mg W., I V H 77, A A -5. r 1---M W M .-- A Q- -,Li.?:s.5,.-If-:Z - AF 1 -. , Q 0 V , + 'J run it il i '1 H ll 1 llzsllrilfinw llili MII1- f n g' .0 ' fu f .- U llfljlfi 1 U " k lrf . ' ' l llf lil 1 ll, 1 l if EDUCAT-10N ' l I 1 ""'--"""""'-"""ir+:w-----v..-.....,..-...-. .- ,.............,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,., ,, .,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,.....,,.... ..,,,,., ,,,,,, ,,.,.,.,,.,,. ,,.., .,,. .,,.,,,Y 1 FLORENCE MILLER, "FIo'f Z TA A A N 5 lf? i Knoxville, Pa. ' 1 . IH Knoxville Union Hi h School 3 W I I Basketball UQ CD: lgreshman Baseball Manager QD: Varsity Basketball Manager GJ: l 1' 3 Senate 121: Education Editor l9I8 Owl: Bachelor Maids:'W. A. A. i l ' , V Suppose we just leave a space. You can fill in to suit yourself. 2 Y 1,4 3 1 if S 4 . I 1 ,V Q MILDRED M. MILLER, "Mid" A A A 'l M , Freedom, Pa. I ' if i lf? , Freedom High School Q y P College Yiicecfzgsigent OJ: junior Prom Committee OD: Women's Activities Asso- I' A 5 4 clarion: .... I , 1 'L f "Mid" takes school with a great deal of seriousness. but manages to have a rattling Q if j' ' ' good time. just the same. She is especially fond of revolving doors, Phi Cams and good I Q . ' Q ' substantial lunches. She crochets, too. and does lots of other things which in a luckless 5 1 3 moment we promised not to tell. Welike to watch her smile. ' l 5 GWENDOLYN RICHARDS, "Gwen" ll ' lv ' 5 Pittsburgh. Pa. x 1 Charleroi High School 1 ' il , Q if Beaver College ,, Q ,N Pitkin Club: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. I ll 3 X E ll "Gwen," havigg transferred her affections from "Beaver" to "Pitt," has decided to I ' 1,5 S l make an extend stay in our midst. She seems to take great dellght in Philosophy, l Q ' i X vi altlzlough she doesn't think much of some of the conclusions reached. A very determined 4 ' 4 J stu ent. 'I ' A t ' li 1 l ' A ' ty i I.3 2 li , jj 5 11 . HELEN C. Ronan-is li E gl fi el Swissvale, Pa. fl .1 Swissvale High'School Q 4 wt sf German Club: W. A. A. Qs 3 Q The quiet and droll member of the "One Of The Three." 3 ll l I V WALTER J. ROBERTS A lpfl Carrick, Pa. . 3. , I Knoxville Union High School ' ' - 11 L . ,fel Walt has sung his way through argumentation and debating, and dreamed through Q . 1? philosophy. If he took up geology, he would probably learn that by lylng on his back Qi '- 1 'ii V on the grass counting Milky Ways. ' 1 " - 'li l 6 One hundred forty-five V A l f up mmm '.. ,.,... -. ...,.--...,.,.,....-.......,..--.-.-.v..-,-..J l ff' N3 M 'Q . nm A My rw i t femrts, its- ' seess tete A eeeseeee FHL fa ow f5r ..,f"'f a ff-ww. A - i f ,v A v, sq" 'ya JillillllllilllllHIlIIlllIIHlII IIlllIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIHIIHIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHHIFE ' EDUCATION V C, if lf- " i .s1j.i5'f,:E25A-' Af 3 Willdnsburg, Ph. jf, A .A ' A ZA-Q35 -A 131- -- , , A' A x Wilkinsburg High Sbhoblif-gf "v! -'5ffQf3Ef'5i:A'Qgj1af, A- f 3 A Pitkin O72 Y. '!" 3sfj:j,'3Af.ff Q -- -- . A D0n'r judge Dodieby'herfibictuiref-theiliihdtbzrdphdflwasgfeeling.ill wheh- he took in . 1 She's all right and We likdiigiw ..'V QA qxxb ggi" 33,51 AV 4 V V ,A b .N HBNRIETTAVSCHLEGEL A ZW A' A E A A j. ffm 1 1 V 1 A4 A V' Q H A Pittsby.1rgh,gPa.A jArg:A- .i if -1,A' Q in A, A .,-,, Af I1-In A- ' ' - Henry is now doiingfout Spanish arid ahqrthanCl'AtoVti1e young 'ideiiffof Union High ' Z - School pf Knorkvilleiiv yciug fcagtgviihl qhgqgingfhat2ldcaIiEyA,: ,A L X Ax V X A.lscmQQLizA' "iQ', ' A A AAA4 fi' M AAA4 .A A AA A ,A A A Pittaburghlpaui ,:,.., ,vnc 5 ,N V! N.: Lili: ,ziv-'L' :1A-:ivQ if NZAII ni Pittsburgh'HiihjSCl16ql- ,V .'A' 3-Eyrff 'Effjiffjf ,,"'1 AA:'fj'fM V4 -Wil, A ' Pronounped I' eslqighg wegbelieve. .glxfdbnlyfthe tiame4.tlmufgchilly5Qhgweverg,A5nd' : whatfsip E.'F13Tf16.rY'--fig: A Algui-iff .,'- f 'VN' N.fQ3ggA'1A1:gf XAAA i A ' Rnsiikkii-iS'ri5QxVAiil:A ,J Altoona-'Paw v13AiAA A1f.25'2i iff li 1 If Ap' A QVV-. A A ATQA I , Altodna High.SQhQdi'1Q:42E.1f'gQ ,Z AA I ' .- - U H 'Q E, :AQ 1 fb, 5,1 V '-WQ'A.1A- "':' A'5.Q5gffj:1gQ2.,Zf5fl9' ":' 3. Z V 1 -- :if , 'I 'W 'pig Notithe RebedddibfA,E'gunnybroQlgijFarm1fandegP SheAdoesnftAspell itfhat WdS1.f'AThoughA Ofwffwhem bQ12rF2'15'fLH4B1v"'Y S?'W4YafmdAAiHa .frilly ' T' Newcdstle,,PB- ' n 1755 -',. A7 :Ah 'I ' ,1-. 1125--ff? 5125-EV f 'TQ' :E III!! Newcastle Hi3h.S'?h001 'A 1 --,' ?'f'7f3591"- .V12 5 -- Alfi il -2f25f'-fQA?iQ,'f, A255 "A' 1 .-Q25 1 Q ' " Ii bl A A justuifnafine thxastray man among'-Qthis Bevyvofigirliig Cbhiidiifinglfhis1'huhHii:apfheif' ld 88118 810112 airly WCULN H' V jif 'aff A--. 1 A 1 M 5 A E' ' W i V 5- i", If . , AA A-3 if '-'-' QA?-If ff' A - 1 17 'Q 'I mf One hundfedjgffy-s1xAA: ' A ' A V' ' A A " 'AAA YA- ' ' - eh KOA ' g I N ,AA p fe -2 61551 A isa. G- 63" ffm QI!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHllIIIIIIHIIIHHHHHHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIII-U3 0 L gy 1 -.. Q.. , . ..,.. me EDUCATION WILHELMIISIA C. -VVEHMEIERQF'fMini1ie,"7 , 'Dianthianu M Pittsburgh. Pa. '-1-' 5 .:'A f H. , . , .. , Fifrh Avgnue Highfschoolgf gg '-V 1.555 gg ,I 1 1 ' . . Q AA.. Universitydf,Pitt5bui'gh'sSaturdayAClass J '.-, 3. 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F Electrical Engineering N Rochester High School , i X we swimming up Q33 5 . 7 ' V Do they call him Brownie on account of his complexion or does it come from his middle 2 X , name? Anyway, we all hope he will break some record in swimming. as he expects to. 5 E ' x f C. B. BENNETT V ' i ' ' Crafton, Pa. . ' Crafton High School Electrical Engineering Q American Institute Electrical Engineers Cstudentj ' 7 He has adopted the habit of carrying a suit-case but it isn't generally known what he 1 ' ' carries in it. He must be trying for a place on the Faculty. 1 1 ' NATHAN EDWARD BONN. "Count" , ii ij " Pittsburgh, Pa. 4 , Q Electrical Engineering 1 2 Fifth G mnasium. O essa, Russia Q 5 gt Philadeibhia Central High School , 4 , I gocial Science Club: American lnstitute Electrical Engineers Cstudentlg Chemical 2 A ,g , ociety 5 fx i if: B ' tho 't n "G bf th ." If ll h' ' - -: N Q ,f f 5 coulzllilpt :ang lrdien siihlilaobacl plidcreatxoblivg. orlirle ailsiiviciizows hoiiw hafcl gcliiidggbzlllaigue it 2 ii , ALLING COLE, "Al" :Si f Q, Pittsburgh, Pa. V 2 gl 1 13' Mechanical Engineering 2? gi 2 3, 1 George H.SThu'rste.Rr:l Scfxhool I E ig , 2 American ociety ec anica nginee s St d tJ 5 5: 2 Barney Olclfield's most feared rival. Hoidsutlf: one hand record from Pittsburgh to if 5 New York and retum. 1 W t i , tr A Om' hundred forty-eight Q i L,.-----..,,..-.--....--,.W-..v-fe,,-EM --.. ..-E e..,..,.,.,E, -E ,,...----..,,, ,MJ i A ix! A Q ii ' Y' "l'4'1 '-3-3: Y 7 ,,.'i W , " , ' ,, ,,: v- - ,N l A5 1 is is if igigg is ig E f '-5 13 1 . EE i 55 f s -'-- 1 :il-fiif4':3l if " g L. flrfmpg fx . J g W ji EDJ I 0 :r i ng safer. 5- I, ,Ig t V .K :lf I I .QE 1 W7 ENGINEERING 9,4 I Ll. ll llfze l E Q Q Q: I How.-mo S. ConBE'r'r, "Hub" 3 Q .21 , Wilkinsburg. Pa. 5 5 I if Q Civil Engineering ' 5 3 Ii g Wilkinsburg High School 5 f ll 5 One of the reasons for the high cost of paper. He never thought of saving them up and . I N. .I, l il , sendinglthem to her every week by Parcels Post. Hub may be found any time driving i 3 either his car or his pxpe. I I V N A Z I I r 5' l Qi 3 I H. ELMER CREDE E E Pittsburgh. Pa.. .QI 5 Civil Engineering l 'gf Allegheny High chool ' I ' ff I A quiet student who approaches bexng a scholar. We hate to think of the marks he . 5 1 A might pull if he were in Economics. Thxs 18 because he came from Tech. 3 ' il' ri vi I 5 WILLIAM J. CURTIS, "Weary" A fI1A Eli g Sewickley, Paz ' Z , 1 ? 5, Electrical Engmeering 9 Q: 7 Q Sewickley High School ' 3 iii It is funny how some people can come to school entirely dressed and still be asleep 5 fl: Curtis is a good sport. though. and doesn t get sore when you wake him up. f ,I . 'il .E I . I li ROBERT H. ELLIS, "Bob" E IG E I l Eittsburghlzalaa. Y an QP ectrical ngineering sill .5 fl Peabody High School - , 'l Y American Institute Electrical Engl-neers fstudentj I .5 U g Robert's pet motorcycle always waits for hIm on the steps of Thaw Hall. If he makes 5 6 5. 5 ,g Q as much speed in his chosen profession as he does on his motorcycle. the name of West- ' S A inghouse will soon be changed to Ellis. I I 'l l . , , I I 1 I " il ' lr ' ANGUS FERGUSON, "Froggy" E E .I Pittsburgh, Pa. I I, , Q Civil Engineering 1 ' "' ' : Peabody High School - Y ll U E He doesn't say very much nor has he done anything to be sorry for, but he hopes to .E T soon. He is a good student and is always good natured about it. II V . lil i ' Ong hundred forty-nim O 1.1 l lrl lr . 5 Ii 1 si .rl 1? t. g. 5. I R I . 2 5 . I s Q. E F 2 ,. it 5 . Ea li if lt Ig X Q I ,. II VI Ig- E ,. I. Ti I .J is Q' I I L 4,0 iff 'Q for N One hundred fifty Q .gi ll 0 H - M bf- M f e - Q -15 W' ip- 1f,? l' . 5g1g- -ff "nits t m' ll ' " W QllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllH1IIIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll-lg A W 'N Sq 'yi ,, , A ENGINEERING Joi-IN JEROME FINERTY 2 E Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrical Engineering ' Fifth Avenue High School , American Institute Electrical Engineers CStudentJ , l I l john is always one of those present whether any one knows it or not. He has a smiling it acquaintance with all of the girls on the campus. No one knows. either. that he once N, worked an M. E. 9 problem. l Woan-x B. FQRMAN, "Doc" 2 E l, Buckhannon. W. Va. fi Electrical Engineering ' Buckhannon High School West Vir inia Wesleyan College Studjnt senate: Secretary and Treasurer American lnstitute Electrical Engineers fStu ent To be fair with Doc we must sa that he isn't afraid to stand u for what he lm matter how little that may be. He has a good idea of "Pittsb1l,rgh by Nightfoggsi liz also has the stuff that makes an Engineer. jo:-IN PROPER FRAZIER. "Petey" A T A Pittsburgh, Pa. A . ' Civil Engineering - A Allegheny,High School H . A- E Petey is the only man known who can carry on a strike all by himself. l-le has further proven to us how brave and careless he is by smoking in the basement of Thaw Hall. i , , S'rAN'roN CHIBLETT FUNK, "Chissy" 4 . Wilkinsburg, Pa. - , , . 1 R ' Civil Engineerini V - -' Wilkinsburg Hig School E E V . . 1 . Susquehanna University-' ' j ' " j, - . Another' one of those rough Civilsj A man is known by the company that keeps him but not so with Chissy. He smokes a pipe. ' 1 I- g I ' A , ' , A ' , FRANK GRANVILLE GIBSON. "Gibby" 2 X Q - -- Pittsburgh. Pa. I I ' ' ' " A . I D A Mechanical En neermg . R ' A , ' , . f Peabodyl-ligh glchool .N " A , Q f f I i y III!! junior Prom. Committee: :American Society Mechanical Engineers CStuclentJ III!! v A serious-minded youthpf good intentions. The th ht fW ld R ' , mind, but when she do. Gibby is not easily brought balnclllgtoz stalierlgglcisitiiiiiloliiilxisx his ks : a i1LiF11f-lf3ig5g:iIfillflf--"'f' I 4: l w i 1 it ' il' illlMUl'.lUUlULlUllUlUUllHU,l!,aU.lD.l!,.l.llUlLU!.U.U.3,lf3fl,l,Ul1H!lU.l.UlLl'MMMMU!i.lll.!lllMl!!lUUUlLfE I ' l""'-""""""' "A" """' 'A """ .Li,:..1..i.L:.:'L.1Z.1T.L.. illggglgixlil.:.Lif:.itj:iZi1T:?4.1::1?:.1:1"""'.,""1g:' "'A rr' ---:1g3gl.-::g:------ , E N G I N E E R I N G V M 5 e e , . .. . ... ae, , --.EM . ., . , ll, l l T T Curms MAncau..oN Gaaaxc li 4 5 Electrical Engineering Q I L t b H' h S h l ' I P ' a ro e ig c oo 1 Rumors have it that he spent a lovely Co-op term among the fair sex of Oil City. This is not true. They wouldn't let him. 1 H. H. Hoovan. "Hal" Coraopolis, Pa. , Civil 'Engineering . ' ' i ' Hal has been accused of being a politician. Anyway he is spending the greater part of H Coraopolis High School -I his life at Pitt. V ' 1 I ' CLAIRE A. HonNiNca, "Slim" 'Q Corfu. N. Y. ' Electrical En ineerin ' 1 Bradford Higlm School , Mt. ,Iewett High School - i Griffith Institute . , A very quiet lad who never casts a shadow. He may come from the farm, but this doesn't stop him from always having his lessons. I i 1 Baltimore. Md. Mechanical Engineering , Allegheny High School American Society Mechanical Engineers fstudentl The most remarkable memory in the University. He never tells the same one twice. He is a good student also. but he isn't proud of the fact. Louis PAUL KENNEDY E E Freeport. Pa. . Electrical Engineering l Freeport High School ' uq l Bellefonte Academy ' I ' American Institute Electrical Engineers QStudentJ . L iiii: Varsity Baseball GJ C25 . ' ' l . -- Lu Kennedy has made a name for himself onthe Varsity Baseball Team. Every one is . Kd L looking- for him to pitch some no-hit games this year. f L i " 'A ' A , . One hundred ,fifty-one v l e y as - gg ii ...iifwrfa 1 fair e W l l V. I , . I Elin' i X llilllg A Y F3 - ii W . ,M l ' Latrobe, Pa. 3 1 T I 1 1 4 lu l 1 4 l I CANFIELD Hursou, "Can" , ls I I iv 1 . 1 1 Fra' ,V ,, 1 .. .N WM . , , ' ' " f FQ L,,, -X Wu ,E f -..a Q7 .,:C7g7""', ""7"'F'7f' M, llllllliim- .. TTKYZET ' 'T:f'f2 iii' e ' - f E if" if ' "-'MJ-"1Qfff.':' A' " f1C'i-'ffl " '- JJ' ru -ui w , A - mfr 1-M-df ..A. at ,,,. ,J ij. W -I E W NQBNE-.g3'3r1.,,.,,, U., . ,, N gn ' 14, , ,, , 3. H ,1 y E ff, 'Q . ' "- 'E or A E , 535' gym,,:1fa:nwm,.mrim:2iiwa..sgg,g5Q1s21:111w,:1.:ww22?Q23ffffsfeinr'f2fze1wafers.,ff:famifxnsefmuaznfafualli , 1 .gil H . wi A Its: ., ,mr 1 , 1 Z' gi: 21111 1, , Q Z1 1,11 . '. Q lf 2215 .4 It 1111 Lirlii ' A 1:35 iam lj, me ggi E25 ie NIH 11--. :iw 1 ' ' qt: :ig M ::ft: in -1- :M I is ' "f: il' fir? :iff 'N Vfuffzff mf- f'- -' - :ww . I, . ,,, '+"'Z:l, ,ug Q,-.m.1wv5as1f5mm1zgmnmzmmlmazimn,mm:anmm1mulrlummmamuame:ff,,.fzfferrfzffrrrlzsml 3 1 - , - -A A ,,f. 1, -f -fx H Llai i Vgjwij ENGINEERING 1 t yi . ,,,.,. . M an 5 Q i 5 'I i 1 SHANNON THORNTON KUHN 2 E Q ,, Hamilton, Ontario, Can. Q if ' 5 Mechanical Engineering Qi M 3 Hamilton Collegiate lnstitute 2 Q 3 . Kuhn came all the way from Canada for the purpose of flunkin Math. IO. Let's ive 1 , , . . . . 3 8 4 C V ' , . him credit for getting results. He is also somewhat of a baseball shark. 5 . 1 2 I 5 Q f EDWARD ROBERT LAPPE, "Bob" 2 5 9 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 X , Mechanical Engineering L 2 ' 2 East Lihertly Academy , 1 Q , Rensselaer olytechnic lnstitute Z ' f Wireless telegraph and motorcycles take up a great deal of the hoy's time, but he still L i finds time to bum cigarettes. He is very ambitious. always looking for more work to do. S . 3 H , g 5 , - .. .. ' 5 if Q 4SAMUEL CARO LEVY, Rabbi S QI 5 Pittsburgh, Pa. 5 5 Chemical Engineering 5 5 X i X ' Fifth Avenue High School . g Q Wrestling QU C21 Of: Chemical Sccietyg American Chemical Society , 2 ig A good-natured litt e jew. The only thing that keeps him out of the heavy-weight i Q 3 Q class is his size. He reminds us of the old saying. "A small mind in a small body." i e 1, i ' 1 ill LEW HOPE LOGAN. "Aggie" ZH - 5 Butler, Pa. . X f W I Mechanical Engineering rl , 1 Butler High School R f , , American Society Mechanical Engineers fstudentj 5 -Q , , And now we come to the wit of the class. Aggie never cracks jokes, he just talkg naw. 41 5 , 1 ' f ral and everybody laughs. ' He is studying En xneering merely as a form of amusement. 1 S ,F ' He expects to appear yet. in the same bil with Gertrude. Q Q T 5 3 ' 3 ROBERT BROWN MAGILL 2 E 5 Pittsburgh, Pa. l i Wi ? Mechanical Engineering 3 f Zelienople High School Q 1 F Allegheny Prep. School E f Allegheny High School , g . Q Musical Clubs CD CD: Y- C- A. I . , 1 5, Q Talks all the time but doesn t say anything. He is always doing missionary work he, , 2 A tween classes. - ' i A g ', shui - Q 'One hundred fifty-two 5 y, - , . , ,.,, . ,,.,.. ,,..,, y A TE .' 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Z' . 1 illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll HllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli f I ifEfR77:f5f'l?fFf:1EEffff-i55:fif2f?Af.i ffgfiffiLfffiff,-WfffIjiiwi "" 1 Z 117. .ifzfiitfff EQ Li.-.fgggiiiill Q11 ENGINEERING 1 11 E - 1' 1 215 1 il 1 AMW, W I X XX X X --.- --,- W---........................-..-. ...-.............. --...-.--........,,.....,.,...,.,,X X H. H. MARTINDALE 2 E XX 1 Pittsburgh, Pa. X gl X X 11 Esaltsfy Ensrzesnscc 1 X111 1 sur lg coo 1 HQ, I 151 il Musical Elubs CU ' X 151 1' ' E X di A Euielt lad who falls for the ladies. He hasn't been in our class very long but he stu- l ' I l 1. X 1X les ar. IXH 1 lil 1 1 1 .X lf EQLQXI X W. E.McBRxDE EE 3 "VX gl! l Coraopolis, Pa. 1 1X1 3 f 1 Sanitary Engineering 1 X 1 1 5 Coraopolis High School 1 Ui ' 1 lg! Q Musical Clubs CID CZD: Student Senate CZJ "1 ?11 Another one of the plumbing gang. His favorite s rt is loafing around the steps of 1 X . Thaw Hall. He has never been known to take a boogcio class. 11 X 1 1 XX ' I X . W Q CLEMENT REGIS MCGANN A Q X gX5f 5 Wxlkinsburg. Fa. X ig I jisg 1 Electrlcal'Engineer1ng ll 5X X11 Xl Connellsvnlle High School . Q3 12 ggi I Mandolin Club CU CZD OJ: Wrestling Q35 Xl X11 11Xf 3 Very fond of carrying bricks around in his suit case to give the impression that he is XIX X 111 X1 viorklrff hard. The only reason that he stands at the head of the class is because he is X , X :Hi fi teta est. ,'i l U1 S Q ' . - 1 li ' i LAURENCE DOUGLAS MCMICHAEL, "Mike" II X Oakdale, Pa. 1 1 I 1 1 X: Mechanical Engineering X 1 1 Robinson Twp. High School X I l Mike is a loyal member of the "More Work Society." He can't quite understand why X 1 the University doesn't at least keep him busy during the noon hour. . Eau: D. Msnmows Runl A T A X Clvll Engineering 1 Pittsburgh Central Hugh School Freshman Football Freshman Basketball Freshman Baseball Varsity Football 12, X Eric is little but he is active Besides carrying the unusually heavy schedule of the X 1 Cxvxl department he has plenty of time to take care of the Gardens He knows so many 1 1 . women that he has to keep track of them with a card index One hundred fifty-three 4 v i ' 1 1 9 1 1 5 31 1 X .. .. ' hlgfam' FTB- . .11 1 X . . ' fl 1 X Xl 1 li X X X : ' 1 l 1f ill X C32 Qruids: l-li-Kockey Club 1 X i X 1' - I 1 . X115 ' ' ' X ' 1 , X . X X w,X1X 1 i S 'F 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 . 'h ' 1 Ml l X A 1 . Y I A . 'A ofilgi 2 E5iQi11.jQf,, 1 IF 554g' X ,. " .. QA- 114533452 f rw M.: .1 'l ov 1 wililgllliklllilbllllllillwlilllllllllllliillllilllllllliilll-Ill-ll!IHUIInlllvlllllllllliilllllgillil?ill!IllHHIIllllgillqllglllullliflil in A A A ENGlNEER'lANGv Y ll JAMES HAROLD MESSERLY,.lMCSS', ATA is Warren, Pa. . l Mechanical Engineering . l warren 1-ugh School Q Bellefonte Academy . I E Swimming OD: Engineering Editor l9l8 Owl: American Society Mechanical Engi- - neers Qstudentj l Can generally be found going to or from Kenny's. He has also passed off Pool. lf you 5 don't believe it ask Hop. fl A. LOGAN MILLER, "Zeke" ' ' New Kensington, Pa. l Chemical Engineering New Kensington High School . 1 Wrestling UD C21 GJ: Chemical Society l 2 Zeke is liable to pull the small town stuff at any time. He studies hard but hasn't j learned very much yet. Cheer up. Zeke, Opportunity is still with us. l l 1 v ' ALBERT MASON Momus I Elizabeth, . I A! nica ngineermg 'f Elifalixeth High School ' t l il T Student Ban 5 American Society Mechanical Engineers QStudentD lg He is well known to the rest of the student body through the newspapers. His idea of 1 1 a comfortable shoe is a sandal. He is also President of the Student Advisory Board. f il 'V 1 , lil l I i GLEN WAYNE Naam. "Parasile" I 1 IDI l Pittsburgh. Pa. - - ' 2 ill Mechanical Engineering 1 Q if E Allegheny High School . , 1 1 ,El A American Society Mechanical Engxneers'CStudentD ' 1 IH Slowly approaching his ideal, he is wishing for the first signs of spring. when he can l Eli , appear in sandals. We would suggest a gun as an aid to his voice culture. . E F31 X A 1 1 lil GzoRcEPCooK NEWTON. "Newt" A T A ' 2 ll? E ' , a. I Q lVlle?:hanical Engineering , . 1,3 Erie High School . . l 1 g .. . . Student Senate: American Society Mechanical Engineers CStudent ' j . D . Q H' The boy with the Marcella wave. Another member of the "More Work" club. Will A' fa someone tell us what day it was when George was on time for Economics? 6. One hundred fifiy'f0W' L -,Q CD Iv, . .gh ' ' ' ,A y 1 l A fig? 1 'I.fE.iI",liIf g-,.1i':" ' oiggfgiifff 7' 5 !:EliT'?1"E',.1l-lI.l Q 1 W L ll ll . Bw, ry. A J 'Yi qw' Ei 'a sm is ENGINEERING ' Ws3iEARL Pwrehsq 'i'Pele'-'g "," 2 Coalton, O. T . , . ' ' Mechanical Engineeringw , V A ' Jackson High School 2 I ' . 2 ' . ' ' American Society. Mechanical Engineers fstuclentl It is a-toss up as to who bought them first. Some think that Morris did. Just the ' same he is a good student and knows it. ' A A. I. F. PFEIFFER E E ' Altoona. Fa. ' ' ' - Railway Mechanical Engineering Altoona High School . i , ' American Society Mechanical Engineers QStudentD Dean Bishop informs us that he is still a Sophomore so we are wondering just who he bribed. in order that he might go into the Owl as a Junior. WILLIAM E. SCHAFFNIT, "Bill" P2 E ' Bellevue, Pa. A A A L- . 2 -Railway Mechanical Engineering 2 - 2 A -. 2 A Bellevue'High School ' . ' - - - ' A ' 1' A Bill is one of those kind of guys who are lucky enough to get a-Co-op job in Thaw Hall. 5 Alsog he iesomewhat of alaclies man. 1- His pink cheeks are always attracting attention. 2 'KENNETH EDGARASLEEKA.-f'PdYson'fA H A - 'Wilkinsburg, Pa. A A if ' A H Q..Civil'Engineering' " ' ' -I A . ' P , ' , fjwilkinsburg High School 'A i . . A . . A T he .onlygfault .one can fintl w1thAParson is that he loafs around with Corbett: If it i A waen't'for thishemight become a great Engineer. When he was looking over' his AF reeh--1 A IA' Annan rnarks'he,Acliscoverecl that he Ionce got an A. 2 ' '2 - A A A 2 A ' MEEVILLEVBIGHAM S-rou-r QEAE l T: - Pittsburgh. Pa .'V, A AA A2 ' ' A A . ' gf jE.lectrical Engineering ,Q J . - - 2. A A . ' A A i A I' gAf.AA1.AASouth,l'ligh'School A ' i'f --'A 'A A 'V A 2 A ' 2 f A ' ' - 2 , ,,, , -I 3533 2' p-Engineering'Manager'l9I8 Owl: American .Institute Electrical Engineers CStudentJ ' --- - U if fg-zfl-lewis 551311 who ,will make Q good,Engmeer. He is a good student but he doeen't tell A 'C5 A :in A' gvg,-ybodye about in H He doesn't say much about. the women, either. r V' .A1- - A l 2 A . - A AA One hundred ,iffy-five lm 1,1 0 ,O I9 - A AT A,,,f....-t - harp- -2- 1 - , if 2 A I Q 5 TYDHETE ff il! 4 yi v - - I 4: v f , , ll Wi ENGINEERING l l ' :Q 1- Ili! if Z w i 1 WILLIAM J. WATSON 2 E - - E Soldier P... ! Q 1 Civil Engineering l Q .5 1 Q Soldier High School , 5 M 3 . Thought so much of his Freshman day tormenters that he deserted his own in order 5 ' to be with us. We reach out with both arms as a greeting. Q 2 I J' i i l S lsAAc HARTLEY WEINBERGf "Weiny" 5 i Q Pittsburgh, Pa. I Q 1 3 Chemical Engineering 1 Central Hi h School Q Q 3 il American Ehemical Society: Freshman Football 7 ' " l Weiny has all the arrangements made for starting a pawn shop when the University i ' ' rj is through with him. He ought to succeed for he has all the qualifications of a loan artist. 2 Q il ' E A l l 3! ' GEORGE LAUMAN WEST ' A E H 5 w 4 Pittsburgh, Pa. E l il 1 Mechanical Engineering 2 ,Q 3 East Liberty Academy 3 Q 1 Student Senate CU QZJ: American Society Mechanical Engineers QStudentJ if , George has held the University record for chinning ever since his Freshman year. E A ly This probably accounts for his being so popular with the ladies. 3 53 i i , 1 i LAWRENCE ARTHUR VINCENT 2 E 7 f ' W l Pleasantville. Pa. Q V M lj Sanitar Engineering I f Q Titusville High School Q if Q Pleasantville High School f , gi' ' The corn-fed man from up State. His friends are all expecting him to be the best Q ' plumber that the school has ever turned out. L ' 'H ' , e l' , l 1 i i Qi I 5 l - WFLIAS JAIYES ZEI-ufuss, "Bill" l iii' , 'tt urg. a. 5 fli Eleclrical Engineering l ir 'll i Pittsburgh Academy I 4 l 2 fij I , American lnstitute Electrical Engineers CStudentJ ' 11' Bill doesn't have enough work to do with only forty hours a week. so he is taking a few 1 i cultural Subjects at the Ailademy. He won't tell ua where he takes his Co-op. i 1 l id One hundred fifty--riff A .f 'Nxv Y W V V i::?t-- a 6, I..,.! . , I H Y V A iv iiif'igfilfffiiiiiifiiiliifQ24'1f2:.1,::if:ii7EEf1f.if: . QQ l XM 1 CD . a s 2 ? if Q J L gs, Q 'N ,fQLf3HElEE.fiQN i: v it ll i 3 1 lt ,. ,gi y H I E V Z i i,nifl,U.LU.Ll!l!l.'!,!ll!lUUUW!F".f5WF'1UWiW..'.l?.fiU'!.!f.Qfl1,'!!U,'..U?lflFUUF''if'iliirnesxzegfzfmiilfiil Q ME -, ' 1A'AA' A Y A V A A Y Viuimilrilri I nl fl lill il: i in-. ' 1 i 2 C5 Q- Q . - O 1 OQFUQQO .O'U'U"' 1 ?' 5532- E.Ff'Ff'5 i nm He-rn: 1 SP 'S-'iii-""gU 039 3 .4--....: swc::U 5 P WSU--10 Q..-1-1 . U ...nenvsn among, 5 15 9..A:',P"" gD'P'1- l N . 3' ncziVi4'U svE'Ul:l E 4 5' IP? "'nQ?2 L '- f' 9 27 5 K Us ,, s - 2 E D. B gg' PU 5 'E 2 Q ss sn i n.. s: - s 2 1 Z 2 5- F' F' 2 Q 5 5 D- Z nl n I1 za 2 Z 3 5' 0 na E -- on 21 5' a 2 S 2" 5 12 Q . ug 3 F' 1 S E' i 0 : 0 1 I Q '4 l E E 3 o O 2 5 i 1 'Z' 5 . :F o 3 . 21 5 S S . i E , Pittsburgh, Pa. 7 Mt. Union College x Western Reserve Med. . Q A highly successful advocate and manipulator of the gastric lavage. Thinks that eat- ing is merely a habit. We are all with you, Brad. ' 5 - . u L 1 1 3 ' 5 l 1 i Y i I 1 V ' ll Y' '1 Z gig ' D. D. BUTLER. Fat 111 P P.. 4 4 X wi 2 Pittsburgh, Pa. 5 iff 5 , East Bethlehem High School Q Q f Orthopedically speaking, Dell belongs in the I-lerbivora. "Will you please repeat that. 5 E Eg Doctor?" A great hit with the gentler sex. , Q f t ll A l 'il i 3 , W' , F ' - Y l l 5 3 ' n i s Q 'l ' F. L. Couwmu., "Red" 111 BH B E. ' Q U" 2 . ' 3 I Tarentum, Pa. l ' Q 2 1' 1 Duquesne University I I ' 5 W l " Georgetown University f 3.l I ' Student Senate' Newman Club . .. UI " P' i He of the Sorrel top and the argumentative disposition. Cold mornings and early LN A Z classes have no terror for him. A fine fellow to whom we wish the best of luck. . 5 ' 2 A One hundred fifty-.re'z1e11 ,, N W., 'X LJ 'ai .g:::g:g4 'D V . , r 2 w 5 . t E I 4 5 la r 1 i l li l F r All Jwkfwx 35 gi Q L I ' 0 45 W- Fy p. .,f?a Qm ,, --:55 - QQ V V MEDICINE ' ' CHARLES B. DAUGHiERTYQ' B. S., "Chuck"Aiaff1I2E'I7 A QN 2 N A g ' A Jeannette. Pa- ' ' t ' 13 Ai Q 33 l sit A A Jeannette High School - A A Q Ag E ,i'.", iQ '..! A QA 1 . ' f School of Pharmacy. 1 - A ' A A '- A V.'- 1 'V -Q 1 A 'President Students'Medical Societyg Medical-Marisiger l9l8 Owl The great lover. .Age is no object. ,A good fellow and sure to be a success. Josarx-I A. DOYLE, A"gDoJo" ACI? B II 3 BEA A A GA Greenville, Pa .-.' ' A AA ' V Greenville High School V A --1 Q , Q Q Q Q Q ThielCollege ' 'A A AA ' A ' ' ' A, 'Cless Treasurer ' l Q AA ' -n Af A g f A self-elected member ofthe heart breakers club.f Being lrish by birth, his only la-Z N ment isthat he had 'rio choieeq ' I " fu 3 A ' U ' A ' AA ' A A l J. H. ECICLES, "Eck" l,..-, 'A A A ' ' .A A A A "Pittsburgh, Pa. L g A2-z A' ' V' A Q ' A Allezheriy HishASChDQl Q ,'V-' I A zn my Ai ' A A A 'I W Thinks that gyne shquldbe'marsupializedL Takesffiw notes et lectures. Would rnake' A a'good poollplayerleineeheQhold6"hislecture cards Wellf A 1 A ' , A A M A A PAUL F. ECKSTHIN WFP BA1'li'f'i3A'ixAA A AA A A A A A A AA Pittsburgh, PQ- - 'fiff-fAjf'1l f ' ' 'Alf A f 'A Peab0dyHishSCh0Q1 "5 A-'3-EQ'l'f?j'- ' -fl 12 -A ' A ' -' A FQ So far as we h4veAbeeh1ablCfP9 d1SQ0v6fsAh6AiSnTt even a Socialism AAsrer1in5teksmble ' ' of Wl1af2'edl.iCatidii:Will d933fClF'F"m3n"'7"A" "" f-'fAIffA A"' A'fj QAQ1 ' I A' I-QyfAAj A. WlLL1AM j. FE'i"iER.13B.ySLQ 'e'Billf" M fl?fI7fAf E Nj AV'Seottdale.-Payer.,-'HAA'Aiig,5A AAAA 1jQ ,fi 'Q ,',' A ffl, n AA A Swtfdale High25410011?-'itffifaiA 1:1fEff5-'A ih" 1 ALAA l 'AAlAA,- 1 551' f A Ae1lAl 11, Vi1 :f1A A - Allniversity Colle8e'f'fAA1,A2 ""': 52:51 ,-"A ffl, 7 A'1A'1' , q A"'A' E " -AAQHfiAQg: 'Qliifflfff' AA A gresidonajlunior' Claqsp'QJgnioifAProkhA Comhriitteei' Vice+President Stdclerits 3Medieal2wA A ... ' Ofieti' 'A A 'EE' ' "3 eAAiiA'TfA:5'7 A'el If F 'A121 V ---3 1i'f5E::5.:2' l 3' l ' ' The speed demon of ourclass: 'Reports sayAf1mAAs1afz was: the fasfesfaiauiafhaffscafd A I I I1 I l V lddle 699' 'turned QUE' which AhQ hh-ihhihizly adrnitsi A Above ellifidAgentlernsn'-Eiridixifjhlghyv l 'dr 1 AAA200d1'f'11F'W'o l 5 A + A' 1 1 r mr Q 4OMQQ7QQQQQQandAfifty-?ight Q Q Q AA A H A. A Ag QQ LJ 0 val, AAO AA Y fl 4fe:-X- Qfai' e' ' noses -: F J ' , 9 a-05 ,L 2 H0 25 ... L n li I 1 er . 'lf 'V - we ' e ,,,,, , is vi IMI I I I I .. ll 1 7-1 H -.. LEIQQUEIIIIIII II III I I I IIIIIIIII I I III i"'-'Q"i'-'t'i"'Q---'P-'K-i"7"-' """"' 'Q' E D I C ----- -btt.'.':..1'fQ:'l':Li"ii"i"' I I , - ee e .i im., i H i is t Iii I R. Grnsons. "Bus" N E N III X Sharon. Ba. u HI , I Sharon High School I III State College ' . , , , ' I 5 The other half of the Hibernian-Hungarian Alliance. Helping Sharon build its roads. A 5 A Fine chap. well liked and welcomed everywhere. . , , I 12 .. - iz' II I J. P. HARVEY, "Haro" EAE N EN ' Pittsburgh. Pa. i V - be 1 Wilkinsburg High School . III Glee Club: Junior Prom Committee - 511 I I Pap, our gladiator who challenged all corners at 125 pounds ringside. Very popular I I and sure to be a successful obstetrician. Q ' ' I . . III HAaox.n Gaonos KUEHNER, "Dutch" I A E IT N E N II Ambrid e. Pa. g r , III Beaver gulls High School Q ' ' I Class Footballg Class Basketball: Claes Baseball: Clase President Cl Q: Owl Board ' "Dutch," the boy wizard, has great ability to draw good grades without apparent effort. You can easily tell by the picture that he is the most andsome man. D. LIPSCHUTZ, "Davy" a , ll3ittsll:urgll':,pl9a.d I .-f i r - . , 'ttu 'cacmy t , V l"lis tlavloiite pastime is thinking about exams. Will stand for much kidding and is always therewith a smile. ' I A I ' - . H. N. MALONE, "Chqunce"' Q 1? 2 ' I ' ' ' ' A ' N ml EFzaEetl1:,I-1:ahS,h I . . , A V! Q .1 , Q .V,. A .A I Q ms: "ij Ogangfrologsg, .cl-iii: specialty is team work, jwirh 'James ,',' D, H5-formerly bluffing idx' ' Freshmen One hundred fifty nme , , Ll . v 1, , I , g I FI I I I gg Ii Igm e .I C3 H gg All fslfk-. ormeofiW"fsMrW" roeo TWJEEET5 5 4' ll l 1 l il , , mul null ,F l .I f s l l Q ' a W l 5 1 ,i I .mi I Q. W fl 1 HQ , y Y ' M E D I c 1 N E l N ,w..M-... W .. .,... ,-,,, , , ..,.,. ,.,.. .. .,,. ,,.. - .. ...,....-,.....,. h l AULEENE A. MARLEY A A A 1 4' 'f , ' Pittsburgh, Pa. i , , New Castle High School T , ' Y. W. C. A.: Pitkin Club: Students Volunteer Association ' , "Why shouldn't women have the ballot?" Bound to succeed in her chosen work. . . Q ' l 5 , , fl, 11 JAMES B. MCCONNAUGHEY. B. S.. "Mac" A T A fb P E i if 'g Wilkinsburg, Pa. i Q - E ,I Wilkinsburg High School l . l n l Q ' Class Treasurer: Class Football: Cap and Gown j 1 1 , 5 E "I know, teacher." A noisy rolly-polly with a heart as big as his grip. The coming u J e surgeon of the class. j V J 1. J 3 ' . 'Q N J. JAY Sci-nam, "jay" 'IJ A E i I ' 5 l Pittsburgh, Pa. W ' W V Pittsburgh High School ll , . . University of Pennsylvania . Q lx X ' Q Medical Editor of l9l8 Owl J V . 2 F Introducing Mr. J. J. Schein, editor extraordinary. The only recommendation that M we can give him is the following extract from his own write-up: "One gf the finest fel. ' , gl lows that we have." " , A ll l ' 2 ' l 4 H. H. SULLIVAN, "sung" fb B H .' . ' Pittsburgh, Pa. V - 1 , 3 . Pittsburgh High School l 4 as ' Sully is a strong advocate of a drilling system. Efficient and very well liked. af? -. , - w .SUSAN S. WADDELI... "Sue" A A A ll' H25 ' Bellevue, Pa. , i g 'A Bellevue High School ll, fs ' Penn Hall i L f I 'V Wilson College l l . Pitkin Club: Y. W. C. A. , I gf, .f Good student: mild mannered: champion of right and moral justice. An invaluable 2 nl S Ili ,l asset and we hate to lose her. 4 L if ' W 1 , Om' hundred sixty . f' 3 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,N ,,,,, M..- ,.... ,.,. .-,........-- ........ -.-L.-...A........,...........-................-...,.....................-,...,....,,,,,,1, -M-MAJ N 'if , Kill . K li' WN,W V, 7 , V w, ,uv . ,Mg vwvgrgv Y . gl: X i ',....-ww-f l J D Tsai at ly vplvviyihwnv-Y.m,, ,WW W ,,,, ,- ,.,,, :,,,w,,,,, ,-V, ,W , , , , M., ,W vi, 4 ' if1i'lZ...-Y A H so is st?-1l1'5f f , , 4 V-fww :iz . :ya fm ow 5, .,.,-- ff ..--fa '--' . 22 -qs, .g-ra gg 1 ram 557 ug-' J k 1?!' gg '... 7 v v iv v' ' , MEDICINE 's 1 'ff-an-1: Z.. 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M ., -AA fi g.,-gig. -el, ..:aa-H-.sg-:ck-'ZW qt QQ- W- '53 .3 -3 -o : 3 MAA-- - A V - .. :: -- Q- ge' wg ' V Ill ul bl '1 n v 'll qA 5-TllllllllIllllIHIHHHHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIHIHIHIHIHHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHHIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII MINES ' DQNALDAJ.:BAxc'zsagQf'Doh'l A 1 A Winclben Pa. l 'hi' 5 V -3 A A "ig 4 FSE f L A H '-.Winclber High Schodl -, P - V ' ,,-' Q12 -122, Q' Gif' fi' ' V A A A ' -if Freshman Basketballglstudent ,Senate"f2D C319 Eliesutlvelcdknnilttee Gly Panther ,Ujgt I Editor-in-chief andVMines'Eclitor:l9I8VOwl4, T A 2g:fT N 2 2 52. All that we ask. wheti'y6filj5h'1hlc6N y9urjbW11'wrifeFupNf6i' this spade is that yoj1.tel'rl15Exl:f justicewith mercy. 'ff' f-lgjQ:f:'Q1E A.. ,ff f lf pw sql - ,. .. a. .. .. 4- .. .. .. .. HARRY C. BE.NsoN,V"Hi1rry"' E FE' Pittsburgh, Pa. Q A Q- A A Pittsburgh High School g - ' ' - V A A N. Des Moines High -School A A t l - ' li . A l ' T The one real expett in! the' qlsss who has Aan answer -for anything. Besides being an authority on guns and arnlory' supplies in general, :he caxxabsorb more gl-mfr gtofieg than any other .in Hitt ."' We hate Atq lgtllthgdanlybgdieiz Qiyijiibdtlvit was Toh1xfiie1ifrho'6hi-isteiiedl h1mf'I-Oulse-' Q A 2 -IZEAQQV TEST 1' f' -V1:: 'hifi-5 As Ay , A ' 35: V A Rsmffa. Bssgms ljgj if l 1' ,"t l 'V" ' A't: l l ' fl' Johnstown, Ps. . 'ffjfl jg,g'1-s'Ai HAV:1"'1j, -Ajgij, ff--Liv jig- jj h1't - j A jI'1fgj5 5 J0l'll'l8t0Wh. High SCl106l:giii" 33' ".g 12' A gifif' N' lf: 'g ",, iff" Air? 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V' f- V 'Neyeijgedgisedrgf?Beitifflejsbqiel beaicat or mere than juetu good student, yet' here is 15.5 fhgvmq9gZwhQle il1gggged hjgn-gig-theNliriingischool.:5 Canfsmella jokeilong before if is, . pullegi Eyxgzlpbgeeqeee qiyeglleehgql spirivtail. Fgllg haxfdifqr jqhnstdwn cqfnivale andqicedtea. 1'.'1f.CHKiiIlE5'.Cf2HIffif1JFlQ '!.. fiafl 'E' " X ' - ' N' ' eeee . . - ee - l:ff:Pe21b0dYsHizh 50110015Q1I3zara'-sl's.:s1ifl53f1:'5"5f Ziff il 1 . ' V f '75-C5982LBfQ9id?f4f'fZ33'535F5255253'5'52Ei5E5:5iif5Qi'Q ,',-- if --'N' il I" V V - -3' - AQzigiiiglCh4g!ligQg.tHelvexisatilegidelightsfinaNfullxschedule andfseveh ddtes in E'.e.sfLiberty. 'An Q e .hungary.member1qf3ig11q2f,1ggeggi1aecgue'yy11i1e 'ar Camp aswell aafrhe guardian ofthe health' . V Q. .offfthd bdnbhf1iQ:!?gfSQfiI if61de1him?i!liiar2.6nxnhdal2was.:Chf2hribr-than. pfwwe anywvwd' 1 V e. 7 "-- 1' 'Z -' ' 'V'V ' ' ' ' ' "1 ' -ff.: Pirrsburzh'.E:Pd.'12ei:.geaiffllfgi2:f1fi.s1.?'iH - -V -V . . A H , , 1".:3f:1'5:1Ane81f655f3.Hi'55595351125'f7f:E:f5Qz2ff..ljifififffn-5" . 'm.-'. z, Q.: '- '1i-, .--' ' ' f ".' ' " "Lx, 4 :1SWi!!i3Y1iDZ?fZg f3,f7:55Q-35f.2':5..f5'15?U'5f5.5i22'flf-ifill' f' '-"' - V q -- A 'N -- ..j.NBiIEi' seemsutb'begbleuitq-fopget his tripfdveriethe Mesabi Rangei Heap big cut-up ofg z : 'Miiiif1i:.55h0.5I5. 1.1f3'f5F.3f5f53Qf?P.?U83Q?d -il? 91752313 hi91N'4h9al C0316 back-e V A 'q ' 'V A 1 Jmms1L4.fFos1sg.' JRg.. 'fjim' .1li.T11.,23j11'1ny, .1 rf: 2E.2PitfsBuiEh..PHfz 2153 ,.N' 321 42' ',, ' ' . ' ..52-nazi'-aff ':E:Sh5aYiSid5:AhademyA2f'. f fzins -Q11 '5 N! fe Q . . - -' Tis?-'2.iZ5:3.... " 4ff 'Ji:zuhigh-funivefaipyigg-'liiw --,Q' iwf2f.:.+,vifI '1..' 1"e.Qr1' i1 V ,. A' - ' . H 4 ' A1T6'Jil'h'W6 Bi'6..fHdhkful foi' many littleside feeds while at camp ' 'Was hearly:W6xiQ6v6i' i .to the side of the deadher ones during his stay m Wzndber but that midnight let'tei"etuE saved l-um Inclmed to be partzal toward moustaches and Visco! The ongmal statxonery One hunhdreal sixty-three' T .3 3 . . . - e e - L1 '-'- ,: ., e b- ' 'V - :WE I. , ' . '. F. W . eeeeee e . e 1' W 0 fm O -e ' 432 i" "?5i"4" 'f "" - , fmp-w A 'AJ' rg. .' tl J A 'Ig -uk' ' GF 37 "l 'W ...- ,- g-nu ....,....,.............,...,..,Q ,., , . W l r MINES ' RAYAALQ KENT, "Rby7.' I A2 A A fPirtsburgh.'Paigjg, Ag ailggl "-Q Z. A, -AVV A Q M , . A 3 'V,Q Shady Side AcademyA Q2Q1gg12AA A . QAAQQAA ' A, g5.iggQA 3:..,y A, Ar A 1 - AsSiBtB,nt F00l:lJBllA:NI9!iQld9lfQ--' V ' Agzjiiyll 'A 'Qj,Q',A3:'-Q? 1' N .7 "3!fA'.A-VELIAZZ.: ' If you want to'seeAl'rim QcdWl.ftl1enfask1liijhabdtjf hidA3nagi'wl1ile 'UP:WiEh:'fH6fo6tI55ll: V , . team ar Camp Hamiltofie3izBe1ievesAdm'-rhefminuing qqursaAisjhardAeveirafferlheAharrfqr- A saken the Engineering9ch6olAjto'comeQwithAus.jJZ- A' AA' ,A A j " , A A 2AA ii 1 jAqAQAgi if A EDWARD HQ MESSER. 7'Ed','3AA E KII-A 'B C-DfIA:1AAA V A Sisterpvilleg W1AVag 1:5 A A , A SigtersvillejljlighiSchool, .':. A V A A Q 1 A-I Q E A WashihgtonffdiidJeffeisdiifqqllege Q A . , A A . ' X A , , A '. Mines,Chairrxian'Junibr1PfQhfn Committee A A A ,Q A 'A A W , ' ,A , , A A The mlYA?1i1A?Dd.G8Sgf,iT!512l'IC .ll-2nlOr'ClaSB, AWe'l1ate S spring' that ondalaoljt his bding A rinci y t e' dttifijiil p.tsQd'per ectperdenta 6 in C0 , i ' he well ds his o U ur es. A A . EAeanspliep.yily towdrd,Tri'iDQlj:b and State' Halfcqnfabs. gy A A , " , I , thellcqi 3, X 1 l R. PAUL NrcHou..s. "Nickf',1.3.AAE'I'I.g , A A3 5- ' -A A Q A FairHAven,'PaQ.. xffriy r Aff. A, ,A ' A H r . 'Dondra High Sghooli, EfQj'32' l l 3 ' T ' if 'A.4:' A, Tfi' A .l,5?,fia.I A AA ,A A A studentAsenapgA433:-Advifdry Board GJ: Wreegling rgqy 123.4355 Fd6tHallfSfjuad'5.'Clhss A.,Foqrbalh,MirnngfManagerg19ls Owli AI, ., ,Q ip, 5 AA Ag , V A A P We1willAback.this ,liar ,aq.iainacAanyAbeforejrha blueiribburfa-are pagsedgrouhag "., 1f'NickAA acteclvless seridhsg wewdu dQberatAa loss' to Understand him. Gathering shekelhifromthe ,Iuniotshas apfaarentlyvputvseveral gray ones in-his brown thatch. 7 Aiwondeffully versed in Squirrel l-lxl topography. I A' A AA A b 'iv .3 '.. - AA' ,. THoMAsfE2nvfin:Nbrrg'f"Tmhmi5'.' xxp' ' f ' ' ' Spartanbdrg,.S.C4 'N AA A ' . . A Vf2AAE'Qf. ' S rtanburg'HighScl'1odl l ' V AA , .Q 3'A',f l A Til oniegenuine heart smasher frqm the' Mason Dixon Line ancl"Presidenf of: the Cb.rrii5lA" l-larmlton ussers leaguef Knows hrs Southern dialect rhakes it hitland takes ddvantage ' A of it... Outsidegif this he rndnages to pack away rnorellylath credits than-seems possibleg Kmvmjmo OKAZAKI.4H0kf8H ,A ' ',A. A' , Tolcionlapan ' A' A ' A A- A , l 'rhwQpTecg1:Pmaena,Aca1. .A A , A , A , j A 5 ..Qp ' A NlPP0n9 Smllm Q.50l'l- Has-a sense of humor that is rehl and enbugh spiritffm-'any two ' ' I H U . A Qrdinilrli men- A vi dolftr know Wl10,it,waa thatwarnecl usioithe Yellow Peril but if here, 3 ld 7 gs a snmple, 'then weqwxsh we had more of it. i. I A lzf' V A A H A'," , . 0 l G A 1,1 v V Orw .filrty-four V A ' ,AAH Q AA A ' ' AA I' QM for AA wil ' ff 1 ' iii r,,9,f,.. W h V I 1 2 r 'qw i ,N E w i E i i A ' 6 l, . s l I J 'x Ji Q, ll , L-, 1 T Hg E Ll' 2: ' :: r ,, W . ..,.... me ' ' MINES . JOHN F..O'r'ro, 'fjawn'-fi I h . l , Hastings. Pa.- ,, e r . l A . - , Hastings High School ' iii , i pl E f H ' ' After staying out 'for aryear- and absorbing some ractical mining. he has come bacll and started to gather in A's'where he left off.. Never igooka twice at a Coed but there may ' be a reason. 'H I H , A 3 , H Q h ' , . n l I Wnmsn C. SALAMONQ g"Red". A Z H " E 1' E l Beaver Falls. Pa. . Beaver Falls, High School 1 Geneva College: Glee Club GJ: Beaver- Valli? Pitt Club Voted the most industrious man at Camp. amilton as well as thelchampion blues chaser. Has added to his other sins by singing in the Glee Clubs. Knows enough West- elrn lvlinirg terms to stagger a certain Mr. Young. Usually found comparing notes with ommie ott. ' - ' ' ' I . ,ll WALLACE E. THOMAS,, "Wally" Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Pittsburgh High School E A V i Track CIJQZJ A ' 1 ' - ' Eats up'work-with as much enthusiasm as he does mileage on the track. Can be de- pended upon to ask all of the questions necessary in class. Delights in throwing crucibles ' around in'Met.V Lab. when in his shirt sleeves. CALVIN W1-urs. PoLLocx, 'fCal" E K II ' Butler, Pa. ' 'Q , - A a Q, 4 Butler High School ' ' 1 , A ' - X Im .Glee Club CID-f?:Y.aM. C. A- -'Z , . ' ' i ... 1 The handsome ond titan of the Mining School. Canhuaually be found where Carl is. I iff i U The former pillar of the Glee ,Clubs hasconlined his attention moreato mining this year. MIL , Is on speaking termswith. school spirit and possesses a disposition that is flawless. io' , ' 'V , Q l . r ' One hundred .sixty-fi'vfr ' O 1.1 ll p s llgm -. e H - H 1 Ye g I mp-I A Uv JI' o I h "' 'H' "- ' " ' ' 'A ,,-' T-f' , ' I II P II A R M A c Y I V . , , , , Tx-xoMAs L. Ancizo, "Tom" -KW' I Pittsburgh, Pa. yi , I, Z.. , V ' 3 I , ' A , Ig South High School . - V g -I V . V- A If I Why so much noise from such a. little fellow? Butuwe guess he is just full of life. 'He fl ' is a member of the "fl"ish" gang. y P. ' b 'V D- I . II ' , ' . 1 5 I I, . is ' III I fr ' Menu: BALDWIN, "Swine" KW' ' . I r I H5 I Berlin, Pa. I I I I I II, III Berlin I-ligliichoobwl A A 151 Pharn acy itor ' , A I I , I Our considerate editor mustunot by any means go unnoticed. His principal occupation , I' is standing around and watching ot er people work. 1 b ' ' 1 I . I., IL' I . fig I PAUL BENNETT, "Flip" KIP' ' 1,1 I Altoona, a. Flip is caught quite frequently helping the girls in laboratory. III I I , I . I I III I I I li, I CARSON l-l. BRADY, "Slim" fl' A XI' I , I I A:toona,I-l?a.h S h I . 1 'I I A toona ig c oo , ' I I ' Slim has a great desire to go with Barnum and Bailey's circus.. You have to see him , II 1, to know why. A ' 1 A I I - 4 I v I M . glp I iI'I I I I I , ' Enwnnn Dwvian. "Eddie" KW' - H11 ' Windber, Pa. ' ' . I IIE-I Windber, High School V 'I 4 :A 5,4 I A husky lad despite his nickname. , I . l ' I ,A One hundred sixty-.fix ' I A I ............ - .... -,.o..,.... o ..,.-.-.-.....-..,:.,. t t ,,,,,m,,M,,,,,,1 W ,I , y gg I . 5- CJ ii It , ' in e ef - o ,Ag 1 . fi, , , ,,,, ,, f 2 .1 -...-. ,.,. - , . M, W ,W Ayvh -mv---q--- Aidw il.-W4 A-,n .-m-w-A-.-h-wM- :: -.4i 'V , A I 3 E "i"'j1jM--..e,,,,-.-r--1,LT'-in-W--h"TI"""": 5 2 :Cf gs Y II 7 ls III 5 I I I I I I 5 III 5 , , .,.,V.V......., ........ . I P H A R M A C Y V V V Y V I MARGARET Fooixiirv, 'fPegg1e" ' I II Greensburg, Pa. . - -r , .I I Greensburg High School. . . ' A I I I One of our society girls. 'Always looking forward to a dance or a skating party. If I ' I O II LAURENCE F. Fox KW' ' .II 'Clarksburg. W. Va. - II - Washington Irving High School t t ' His greatest ancl very proper ambition is to pass the Pennsylvania and West Virginia I' state board examinations. Also looks forward ,to settling down in connubial bliss. I I I II , : I 5 I ANNABEL. GKRDILL ' ' ' . Braddock, Pa. H ' ' " I . III North Braddock High School , St. Nlary's College 1 I - - ' A student before she is anything elser I One of the shining stars of our class. ,I ' I I Iii. f, I I Miuamau C. CUNN A . . g I Elizabeth. Pa. - - 1 , ' I Tuskegee lnstitute i " 'I - I One of ,our front seat students who absorbs all the worcls of wisdom which fall from I , the lips of the faculty. I ' ... . . Crf'-'f,ENcE M-51...-ffn.d" ' 11? A Xi . . I , , . J ""' - nstown. . . ,. ' "H- hu gowe Collegoan ' . - ' Q Q' 7 ' ' 1 . U' W . . "Sure I 'm awake. Look! I I'm up.'T V However. Hill is Iwi: as sleepy as he looks. , . . . ji" Q , , , , - L Nl' ' . H I I V, . n , 'A ,b VOM? hundred sixty-seven 101 L.: ,IM v C3 I - v will is s s . -12:3 . Q QJ 09 " 1 .3 Q 01 3 ,:i, 1 f A I .A 1' 1 1, null 111.1 1 il !11 112 ilf I1 111 913 111 IQ1 :ffl il11 1111 11. VI 11 V: if. ll 11 1. ,1 .1 11. l 1 I 1111111111151 PHARMACY Q 1 I 1 ,.,...........---...-.......---..-....-......... l --Q---....f.u....L....-,.,. .,.. V V 1 1 WILLIAM Hoovsa. ,IR.."'Bill" lb A X , Hooversville, Pa. 1 1 Winclber High School ' , li Bethany College - , Having constructed the large city of Hooversville, Bill is seeing the sights in the town X 1 l of Pittsburgh. Yes, he plays the piano. I 1 I 1 111 1 N ' 11 in f ELIZABETH Hunsr, "Bettie" l dl Q Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 1 gi 2 Mt. Pleasant High School fl 1 , I l Secretary and Treasurer of the class 1 , K, N Bettie's sunny disposition is a worthy product of her Mt. Pleasant home. She keeps ,1 15 11 - the archives and is engineer of the purse strings. .1 I 1 N L ' ' K l 1 l, 211 l i 'l ' ' l 1 l , HARRY IRWIN KIYA X fx ,gl A 1 1 New Castle, Pa. ' If il 1 1 1 New Castle High School 1 3 1 1 111 E ' Harry upholds the reputation of the Pharmacy School on the basketball floor. He I 1 l ii' i Q .stars in Coraopolis. il L lg Q 55 W - 1 i ' E il 1 'X 1 1 1 , 1 ff Q Q I ' 11 gf' 1 5 2 !1 1 1 . I 1, '. 2, :N . 11 ANTHONY A. KOBELAK E Q f. I l Pittsburgh. Pa. 1 ill 11 E 2 i j Pittsburgh Academy ' 1 I Q11 11 i'11 , I What was that?. Only Kobe coming down the hall. Evidently thinks he is taking a 1 'll il I if , 4 -course in brick laying. ' 3 il Q l if ' ' : 2 11 1 . l A 1 1 1 .1 1 2 511153 11 i 1 l 1'1?l i , ,Joi-IN WILLIAM KASZER, "Wilhelm" CID A X Z i 3 12 , '- 1 Coraopolis. Pa. 1 S f 5 Coraopflis sigh Echgol h 1 i , Q I, Q L 11'1 1 ? "Wilhe m" as a ar time at sc oo for there are quite a number f h ' ' I " " li, keep an eye on him. He carries submarines in his overcoat. I 0 Jo nme Buns who l '1 2 1 . . ' 3 ll dig 10:10 hundred .vzxty-ezght - 1 , 5,1 1 33 ff L f 1. "Tr: f' Y 1' 'N-vm-Im--.1N--M--M---W.-....s... 1' 'N' 1 f ff ll ..-txt' lm! ,.,.-. , 4"""""m""""" """"""""""""""' X xx I M, M S , , ,W . N V , l '1 is -... ,Aft 542211 1., ..,. . 'W MV TK f -f "r-1-N S' 'l'5""A Nr..':.i'j"'f5'57jAff"" fb---.V . . 3- ,s,. Y, ,, . W I 4 g -1 "W -M jgilfij-' s .4 . 41 J--rw ry, 9,9 -3-gy-. :: 'JI W. - .42 .- Q- gg' lm-V ' 7" 'MP M' 31.-' ' mi W wg JV Vg, ll PHARMACY g5f,QEQ1:EfLvliQbi5-5Mi15Ki:kcY',gfI1.A'X455Q.f- , . . , 11225:Q,3i3'Conriell5villei'Pdf' Q "'.- , .123 , , jp ,',',' . X. fi. f ' , A :jeffliifzzcbfljiiiblldilille "1- , Q, 'Q l' H: f' 'Q 1- -. 5 V 1 :gl ' V- ' . , "1 '55 lt' ie a mystery how, thisyoungrmanf got on' the good Biclo3of.theAfoculty. It must he 1- fhisfwinning wayggvivl Q. 1 , g ' 4 ' ' , SAMUEL',KllliINlVlAN, "M1lllor1s"' A P'ttb HQPJQ 'L E, , ' . - -, 'Bl-xrghsah 1 - ' V V ' ,-,Soutl1' ig g c oo ,Q 1- -- . l ' How he does'fa1l'fer the ruatle ofa skirt. However, he, is industrious anclshould make f d2OQdhUGb'm'f1p.,- 7 . ' ' I JAMES l.QUT'1'6N. ",lirmnYe'l i' . ' u Clarksburg. W. Va. A A H Q , Washingtonj'Irving.High School ' - ' A prirne ,fauoritdamongiull 'the students. Another frontiersman from the wild and wooly state of West Virgnma. X I - , ' Mrcnnsl. F. MoNs.nNnY. "Mike" A Sharpsville. Pa. r ' P Sharpsville High School ' m 2 He knows how to 'make use of his remarkably long legs. Perpetually in a hurry. tl I ' I . u Hom: D. lVllLl.lGnNl "MiIIie"' CD A X Q , n ' "' ' ' ' Greensburg. Pa. A 1 ,,,, l?l:linc:fl?llt?lNl:lIlHle,S:ll1g hhy who never foils to answer a questionf I 'l S rl xl Q Q One hundred .ri.1-tv-nine l ,A , N ,.,f, W 4,0-, ww, .....-........ ...e,,.,A Y.,i,,,,,,-.aa,,,,,v W -, , W :N 0 0 n A A r . " Q I J -' ,ol e e e or ,lg , 1 ' I I I rung u ff"'f-, J W 'lm Q Q-iiffi fl A m e Q5 --: 'L'a -.f- lf , e A -in ,N lllll 1' nun: .... , ...- ..- my A AAA'-WA AAA A M V .y, Y V ' Q ' ' ,M A PHARMA,cY RALPH E. MAITLAND ' fb A X ' ,. , A . ,A ' D Ap. A - A- ','. ,i H, "D:?lgg?1Tgwnshipqhligh-school , 2 ',:' . A' ' ' , A N . ., A A V ' f - . A d"'l21e idol of the gui s of'l?g1de Street. .AsRalph hee led hairfhe ndtukally falls for the A - ar ones. V V-N- V V- ' ' A -ji -- 'N '- AA A A :A .. , e . NELLB V. Nxcou.s , A Sharon, Pa .'A, V A ' ' . A ' , .. ' igxaronllhlgh School d- h - ik b . h b - Af . A B a ai time atten inguto .er wo u t ' 'Wh' ' A wheresshe is. AAt that she has the highest :frail ingscgfillefm to j'i"9B"f""ch 90 do . X WILLIAM G. OCILVIE, "Bill" 11? A X A ' Brocton. N. YL - 4 AT - Bnfcton High Schogl A ' , ' . . y ' . Va Iaaraiao mversxty ' , , A ' ' - A A , A - ' "Bi l" complains ther all ghe xjgxghts seem se short to him. He is a slow' sleeper and it takes a long time lo get al hxght s sleepy ' A: A A D AA AAA -A D , WM. H. RAWSON KW' H " A A A A Punxsutawney.-Ffa. - f f 1 I A. A . ' A' ' '-3 A A ' 1 Punxsutawm? Hxgh School , 1 A I ' if A , f- ' A' if 'Zi , My! how he nee like to go fcqpartxes. ,Although he often gets up with ai seveie heladb acheghe easily works it A fl A V Q 1 F A, A A 1' , AA 5 X ' ' JOHN E. REED Kill' l ,,,,, Gallitzin, Pa. l A l 1 --"' Gallitzin High School 'A i A - V ' , U 5' St. Francis,ColleieA AA A A V 1 f' A ' , V if " . :Ai .1 One of our most nll1antetudenta.,,Alwaya interested in his werlgg 1 4 fa' A ,OnellllQnzl1'ed'sevehAtyi I f i A ' l h Z . il 1' M ll A Q nl S E T""L , If f . Ag A ,x Jblkf-N 2 sq' .ya 4 W' W 'N PHARMACY 'fJ0FlNfEM90REQ?R0Y5T9Ni A'A'C4ke8?i?iA,i .A' 3 .Q3s2?'fPifCShUi'8hS.PH- '1'2' I1-'Qfgf '-,,- f-y"QQ ."' 1 Q. 1, .Q Q Vi' Pift5bUTSh'A0ade1'fly1'.x5:f' -.Q ' .EQQQQEZQQQg1fQ'.QfQQ. EQ 4 ' fQ,.1AllcQlienyQl-Iigh Schooliii ,-',Q A . A ,A 1qgfg2.1, -3i.Q.f. 1,9 .gfpgg 1311 ,',' One of the Hallroom boys... 1Would luke to go.oq.fhe.gruge. ZA' 'PAUL H-R555--fAffrT0N9?' '.. 'i'..AfX ., . . A , ' .Q Ridgwa.y,51Pa.N:. 3 AQ 3. Q . Q A Q . Q 'Rid wayf-High'sp1mo1 A .A 1' A A 3Q .Q I M Wilghevertakc up ddyfs restggeven when we all cut .upend goto the Davis. 'But he can AA.:Qalways.QuhSwer.:theAQuiz Master. f Q- Q: .. ',,- 3. -A N . V. A A 'gs A ' QR:CA1..v1x4qScox.1,oN,"DimpIes"' QAQDAQX QQ.i.QA '--- . QQ A Q. Barxiesboro,:Pa.' Q . ""' .Q '.,, .Ii "A .Q Q 3" U ., Q . A ' ' B' 'nesboro High School' ' ' 4 ' 1' -' ' A A A A ' : at . , , . I A ,A 1. A ' . The Cambria, County Honeys, Hevlovesg tostroll Qmto lectures late wxth that nonchalant VW' . fjiffff '7f3.fE5f::f" A. 1 ' A "" i .". .2 i 13 1.5 u ' A - ' Ai ' J ' . . ' r ' Auciusfr H..SPaocx . I ' ' H AA Q .A A Q A A " YukonfA'Pa.jo 'Q ifif . - , Q A j .voungimida High'Sclioql V Q. 3 . Q . ' ' They siayzthat he saw himself Qin the'mrrrorQ once when he had hrs laboratory coat on " andnow heis considering givmguup Pharmacy to. become a butcher. ' Altoona,fPsiI. ' 1 2 -A , A' Q AAA1m0fw1A1-zahschool .AVV A oA -A . - Q r ' ' ' ' Miss Swan faves to go skating. :A She is edcortecl most of the time by one of our instruct- 2 "' 2 luv! , bl ' V or? Shi is also a very good student in the chemistry lalag where thiq self-same instructor new r y 'wocate ., A ' 'A ' . r ' , , Q Q U 1 Qr . . i r . Q . Q , Q fd' ' ' One hundred seventy-one 1,1 r 0 n, CJ "' wq M A A A f f M - AA:-'AA -A - 5 ' 1 .Q J , "'- Q i m R 'ig ge Q ll HHIHII l' lmuulmlnmrumulnlnu Q4 ,, L .L- Q I -.- 3 0 l." -iw . - - . W- W! .ilf ef ifm fyi w Ee -wit. Q ' 'Quanta milllllllmllllllllllllllIIHHIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIII nuns A' dl' 'W l '91 Q.. e e e JIIE PliAl!NIACIY Y l-Imimr O. Winans 1 ., , Q QQ Q Qi Q Q . ,, , Export.Pa. Q - . l A A i QQ- - Q lrwinHigl1Scl1ool ' 'Q , y Q QQ' ' ' 1 h Firsito come tomaehool and last to leave. He opensuchool, by getting ghefirst otder of' greg em Q - - QQ Q V Q ,- ,., ",-pgH'1ff7, Q, ,. my JACOB ALPHONSO WINTERS, "Tish" Kllf' if A 9' . 'Q ' ' Q .g H Lyndora, Pa. U Q',v Q V , Q .Q 'Q -Q' ' lButlerl-'IighScheol - - 1' V -, ' A Freshman Football:'Pharmacy, Manager Owl ' Q If U 'j' I Q 1 Q. " Always talking but neverfeaai enythixig. ,Isfan ardent admirer dfburlesque showgl 151- 'Q "Give me a cigarg Serubbyl' Q ith allhxe faultsjwe'geri'1:.help'liking hip-ip QQ 'j' Q. g Igfiff ' HowARnYouNc'-CIDAX ' 3, 'f A A P f, Elizabethi Pal Q , f .'.Q 'Q p I ' Q4 ' C - J ' ' ' ' ' QQ .Elizabeth High School, Q: ' ,, ' . Q -.Q A Q JI Q1" -'Q Q -Q1Q 1 QQ'N Q- 122 Lg 'sag 1, V ' He keeps his mouth. closed and thinks., Helnevexfasks qmgegtiotisnbutilme 'iiever fail! iid: 'answer those put to hiing Q. Q I . 'Q ' ji' Q' ' Z' i- gif '4Q'2 555 Q Q Qznlia 1- 1.1 , , Q ld mr One htlhdnjd seventy-twp' 'Q ' Q gm Q 1.1 lx 4+ M ee e , 432 62 1- ea 4554 -:vaio 59 4: :ae .Yi v , I A 1' Q., , Y -- I ' . ,A A ,' GI N E. I I 'N I ' I T211 5-Q, U I U Qu 1 A I J If E I, A I - I M .m,A,,,,M,,G,,zLi..f.,......-,-,. 5,7,f,,Qfx5, I W5 'N,'.,X3lI:1.....-.. 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'- SHI 7,9 all .1 .I I I A X I gig? ,iss ww e --1: T ll ll ll ll l I I f N Q., I' I 2 'K I R24 ' FW.. l ' H fff' ra 1, gav e V eaaa fo' H To 2 Qin Gfnllegr Seninrs MARGARET ALLEWELT Sewickley, Pa. Sewickley High School Ohio Wesleyan University . W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A. Last year's bird of wisdom, the l9l7 Owl, predicted that Margaret would soon banish her Wesleyan loves in a real school. Good work, bleary eye: she now throws peanut shells at the players with the best of them. ROBERT W. ALLISON XA E Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School A pair of glass eyes, a grin, and a look as of ever dawning intelligence: and you know that Bob is among those present. ELIZABETH BATES Pittsburgh, Pa. Y. W. C. A.: Women's Activities Associa- tion The tragedy of human limitations decrees that Elizabeth and her biographer should be strangers. From what they say about her, though, the loss is all the biographer's. JOHN K. BIBBY Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Y. M. C. A.: Pitkin Club: Varsity Debate The man.of the hour: the great puzzle is J. M. DICKSON Edgewood Park, Pa. East Liberty Academy Musical Clubs UD John has a monopoly of doing the unex- pected. You don't see him for a while and are about ready to conclude that he has left for other climes when he pops around the corner. 'M IAN FORBES I 1 Pittsburgh. Pa. Homestead High School , Panther Board C35 MQ: Pitt Players GD 141: Y. M. C. A. Q35 C4J: Glee Club GD: Pitkin Club GDI f4D: Wrestling CU CZ, OJ: Cap and Gown Club QU 125135: Elector l9l7 Owl Board The ever reliable Scotchman, the popular idol of Kingsley House, has spent four years in the thick of things that demand fair-mind- edness and unalloyed grit. If there was ever a man who deserved respect as a doer of things, run your blue pencil under the name of Ian Forbes. CHARLES HENRY GARLOW Arona, Pa. , Greensburg High School Y. M. C. A.: Prodigal Club: Pitkin Club lntroducing "Hen", Hen conceals a likable that he is still a studious recluse when Presi- personality behind a pair of placid blue gray 5 dent Wilson is in such crying need of his ser eyes, which apparently see nothing out of the ki vices at Washington. ordinary, but know everything. 0 One hundred seventy .wx CD , -4. X Y?-01 g cc' COLLEGE GERTRUDE IRENE GARRISON E R 0 lVlcKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School Girls Debating Team: Second Prize Sopho- more Oratorical Contest: Girls Glee Club Prima Donna of the Home Concert. Thor- oughness and sincerity are among her ster- ling qualities. Whistling and mimicry are chief among her generous accomplishments. EDWIN B. GEORGE A E ll A I' Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School: l Editor-in-Chief Pitt Weekly 141: Editor-m- Chief l9I7 Owl: Pitt Weekly Staff U1 Q21 C31 441: Winner of Sophomore Oratorical Contest: Junior Prom Committee College Chairman: Captain Freshman Debating Team: Varsity Debate QI 1 121: Student Sen- ate CI1 f21:PittPlayers 421: AssistantlVlana- ger Debating Council Q31: Publicity Mana- ger Cap and Gown Q41: Classical Club: President Oratorical Fraternity: Senior Ball Committee: Athletic Council C41: Omicron Delta Kappa. An uncrowned king in attainment, he is ac- claimed the intellectual Colossus of the school. His editorials in the Pitt Weekly were literary gems. With a passion for right, he had a power thereby and was always ready to con- cede superiority in others. His matchless record distinguished him as an orator, an author and a scholar of unchallengeable pre- eminence. LESTER C. GILSON QA ll Castle Shannon, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Pitt Players Hats off to the astute histrionic star. He suddenly popped into our midst when the ver- dancy of freshman days still tinged our brows, and even the trials of a dramatic career haven't dampened his original ardor. ANNA E. GRAHAM KA C-1 Pittsburgh, Pa. Oberlin College With her faultless features in classic repose, she calls the Pan Hell board to order and then the fun begins. She was especially designed to smile in tooth paste ads but we know that she has a far more serious career planned. ELLA R. HILL New Kensington, Pa. ' New Kensington High School Most cheerful of girls-splendid lunch company. Surely has the gift of gab, and strange to say, actually knows the right time to use it. EDNA J. HISSEM Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Pitkin Club: Y. W. C. A. They say she has a young minister up her sleeve-why, Edna, what a place to banish a nice young man. With baby doll eyes and curly hair she still insists on being intellectual. ALVIN H. Hoc:-I Bellevue, Pa. East Liberty Academy That Hoch der Kaiser stuff and the " 'Bel- levue Kid" have pulled on Lefty so long that he wouldn't feel at home without them. lf it were not for that fact that we sympathize with his aspirations for June, we would like nothing better than to have him Hunk a few years, so we could watch him grin a while longer. HELEN HUNT, "Hcling" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Wilson College Dianthian: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. Board: Pitt Weekly C31 C41: Panther C31 141: Pitt Players Q31 C41: Lucky Thirteen: Owl Klub Who is Helen? and what is she? A bit of femininity. With a penchant for knowing how one should tell a hat: . With an uncanny insight Into Who's Who. and Why, at Pitt: And a motherly air of taking care of the latest hatching of Fresh. WILMA ST. CLAIR Huo'r A A A Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School W. A. A. Classical Club Very small-just heart high and 'stremely business like. The recording angel of the W. A. A. board. Possessed of an "Age of Innocence" expression and a persuasive voice. JAMES F. KARCHER Rochester, Pa. Rochester High School Y. M. C. A.: Biology Laboratory Assistant The Guardian of the diplodocus. J. F. has had a checkered career since his matriculation four years ago, but even the saddest prophet never suspected him of such depravity as becoming a biology prof. A. S. F. KEISTER A Scottdale, Pa. Oberlin College Here's a cute one. Keister coaxed a luxuri- ous mustache into existence: then fearing people would think her to be a rough person, she wears a wrist watch to counteract the fierce effect produced by said cilia. One lmndrcd .vevelzty-sewn Q n. ' coI.I.1:GE GLADYS HARPER KIDD Nappy Z IA Pittsburgh Pa. Bamard School Columbia University Bachelor Maids Tall and divinely slender, and they call her EDITH ALICA MussER KA O Altoona Pa. Altoona High School W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Student Senate Q31 f4D: Junior Prom Committee Her mannish taste in clothes and courses quite belies her innate femininity. Though an J 0'- 1 -v -rim -A K--U H . .- Napoleon. Why, l wonder! Add the slimness of lrene Castle to the golden locks of Billie B. and to these a wonderful brother and you will have a few of her attractions. MARGARET KISKADDEN Etna, Pa. Aspinwall High School Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Pitkin Club Her sense of humor is revealed in her twinkling eyes. The fact that she is a Latin shark doesn't keep her from being a real live girl. ELIZABETH KLINGENSMITH A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School When she came to Pitt she was the most dignified young body but she grows more frivolous every year. "Sans Souci"-"Ohne Serge." Thats Betty's attitude toward life. lmagine a lisp and a baby stare in a senior. LADA P. LosA Coraopolis, Pa. Coraopolis High School Y. M. C. A.: Pitkin Club The pride of Coraopolis has sailed through a placid career at Pitt and now with sage de- meanor awaits the benediction and sheepskin. REGINALD R. MONK Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Colgate University A name like that ought to be able to write notes to Germany-suave, imposing, dignified and diplomatic. We could rave about it for a vacation: wonder if it fits him. VIVIEN B. MOOL Pittsburgh, Pa. Ben Avon High School Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Pitkin Club lmagine a Latin teacher 4 ft. l I in. in heightl Try high heels and tall hair dressing, Small One! Why will those little things go in for ancient languages and science. MARGARET MUIR, JR. Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School W. A. A. . . One of those interesting cases where a little tomboy girl grows into a stunning and indi- vidual young woman. Oh OhOhOhOh- those eyes!" Her boyish propensities are still traceable: her selection of courses for sci- ence is her specialty. One lmndred seventy-eight exemplary student she still manages to keep up a busy social life, house parties being the specialty. VICTOR E. NIcI-:I.As Evans City, Pa. Thiel College lt's a long jump from Evans City to Thiel College, but the leap from Thiel to Pitt we claim can only be done by a professional athlete. Some stretch: will the "Nickle" stand the strain? J. A. MCCURDY Jeannette, Pa. Lafayette College McCurdy is not our roommate so we can't tell you any secrets about him. But we once knew another "jumper" from Lafayette, and we'll let Mac by on his predecessor's reputa- tion. PHILIP F. MCNALLY A 21 fl! Homestead. Pa. Homestead High School Wrestling Squad: Pitt Players McNally is one of those chaps whose genu- ine talent doesn't display itself until you know him for about three years: after that you haven't time enough left in which to appre- ciate him. MARY C. NAIL Verona, Pa. Verona High School W. A. A. The most elusive senior-she must have her quarters over In Thaw Hall or some of those out-of-the-way places. But she is known by her works-some student. A. C. OCKENDEN Sewickley, Pa. University College Southampton Versatility in the original. For hours he can regale you with learned discourses on philosophy and similar light readings-and that night trip off the light foot stuff with the best of them. PENNOCK H. ORR Pittsburgh, Pa. Hamilton College U "Easy on that .Stl-IH." quoth Shakespeare: let up on that line ere the candle snuffeth itself out in the draft." 'LJ I, o jr I I i v ,J - ' 4 Pfala ea if J-Sffm A COLLEGE W- . -.f am Q31 CRETE C. POWERS New Kensington, Pa. Slippery Rock Normal W. A. A. One good bet against the brunettes being the most proficient man-killers. The little red head-I beg your pardon-Titian blonde with the appealing air. GEORGE O. REEMSNYDER New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Carnegie lnstitute of Technology Y. M. C. A.: Pitkin Club: Student Volun- teer Association The last time we heard definite news of Reemy, he was headed for the Theological Seminary: it is our devout hope that the cares of this world have in no way deterred him from his praiseworthy mission. JOE F. REPLOGLE Oakmont, Pa. Altoona High School Oakmont High School No matter how often you see joe, the more you see him the better you like him. The best of it is, that you would like him even if he wasn't an artist par excellence on the cello and lived in Oakmont. ' T. G. REYNOLDS McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School The pompous doctrinaire from the Tube City. He is dignified and still after four years of 1 college life retains that permissible quality. GEORGE A. RIZNER McKees Rocks, Pa. Coraopolis High School Boys, bring on your rubber tired carriages, and drag out the crape. After rejoicing our hearts for four grateful years the darling of McKees Rocks is contemplating packing his trunk and taking a Pullman back to his native haunts. EDWARD M. SCHAULE Plymouth. Pa. Plymouth High School Class Football: Student Medical Society Schaule don't wear glasses, is guiltless of all profane attempts at mustachios, and has never. to the best of our knowledge. committed mur- der. ln spite of these deficiencies we like him. JACOB LYON SIGAL Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Slsxdent Chemical Society: Student Senate A howl of protest is lifted to the sky from the mobs of assembled students. For you to disdainfully leave us and essay to glide through the medical school with your usual flippant ease, was had enough: but, Sigal, oh, Sigal, why did you have to exercise those un- canny wits of yours, and leave us in the lurch by graduating in three and one half years? For this crime Jacob' Lyon is mud-- - MARGARET R. STONEROD Pittsburgh, Pa. Women's Activities Association. Highbrowed but human. Strong for cul- tural courses. dotes on long walks in the spring sunshine and Chinese embroidery. LEROY H. WERTZ Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Y. M. C. A. Leroy, we have great tidings for theel At present we are forbidden to divulge the news, but it is all ready for you and is wrapped up in a little paper roll that Dr. Linhart is thinking of giving you next Commencement Day. EARL F. WILSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Y. M. C. A. Earl is a man of vicarious duties. Part of the time he studies, and part of the time he -doesn't. We wouldn't get so mad about it but he's got it all over the rest of us at both of them. Never mind. Earl, you may be smarter than we are, but we get our diploma first: our name comes before yours. 'J' ' ld One lnmdred vevmtg Mme CD 1.1 M p p A . - A -" , COLLEGE A . i , it ' N W ' ii-iw! i I I E Mm . . i Qlullvge Zluninrn DOROTHY DURBIN, "Dol" Milwaukee, Wis. Wauwatosa High School Women's Activities Association To tell the truth, Dot has a whole lot more nicknarr es, such as Dolly, jimmy, Dodo, Dee, et cetera, so we'll put them all in and you can take your choice. We know it sounds improbable, but she just loves American Political History. Outside of that she is very normal, although she doesn't like publicity. GORDON ENDERS Pittsburgh, Pa. We would give half of our inheritance to attempt a pungent pun on Enders. but we're so fearfully certain that the thing's been done before that we can't muster the nerve. lsADoR FELDSTEIN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Boys, if we all could make A's like lzzy can roll those pool balls, we would have grad- uated the year after him instead of the year before. lzzy always eyes the boys up with his cold stare before he tips them off to his new hunches. WILLIAM R. JAMES, "Tuck" Charleroi, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Glee Club: Chemical Society Tuck acquired the gentle art of singing while blowing glass in a factory near Charleroi. To the best of our knowledge. we believe he would be a real chemist if he would devote as much time to his studies as he does to that old Corn-Cob. ARTHER W. KORNHAUSER Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School Treasurer Deutscher Vereing Debating Team Besides being an orator of the first degree, "Kornie" is also a leader and creator of new ideas in psychology. His arguments are always deep rooted and logical Om' lzlzlldrerl cighiy -if?-'L COLLEGE W- ag 3-9-Q :: ,--A - . ,.-L::-., -- 5 zz:-N :Z .16 3 Q QQ XZ ifll' W lv sq' 'px GEORGE B. LAMB, "Ceiss" Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Here is one of our active social enthusiasts. Some day, however, he threatens to sel- tle down, become truly studious and cut out the movies. "He is quite as popular with others as he is with himself." , ESTHER LANDMANN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Central High School Classical Club Esther's prime ambition is to become educated. and after that to perform in the Classical Club plays. She is the type of girl we all long to be in our saner moments. ELIZABETH LEARN A Z Braddock. Pa. Braddock High School Elizabeth has nice curly hair and blue eyes, our favorite feminine combination. She is very earnest in everything she does, and we predict success for her along whatever line she cares to seek it. CLYDE E. MANSFIELD . Boston, Pa. Mclieesport High School Clyde tickles the ivory keys with an elegant bomb that melts the stony heart of the rockiest maid. We wondar how he ever got away from McKeesport. J. M. MCCANDLESS Pittsburgh. Pa. Allegheny High School One day an innocent-looking child bothered us half a day asking us whether we knew a fellow by the name of Mick Candles. At the end of that time, after patient search, we discovered to our astonishment that the youth was referring to our old friend J. M. PAUL QUAINTANCE, "P. O." Bucyrus, Ohio Bucyrus High School Defiance College, Defiance, Ohio Quaintance is a quiet sort of a chap, who always seems to know what he is talking about He showed losts of discretion when he came to Pitt, and we are glad to number him in the Junior class. sf- 'inn fl M One lmudrcd ciqlzly an 'LJ i - CD, . E E g if gg 4.6 if A I ll 4 Il 'T L 11 .i, 1 4 I X ' ,Jil , if 'J'-of--we f1focoi,e.,f1go,o.is.ao1ao ' A , A C 0 L L E G E l Q ry ,y 'V' 5. , A J A ,dui ri' f 1 , Mo. fu om . 'I 'f V4 "1 "' A V i 3,11 M, lg . ,V - ,4 1, Ei Z. K - 'iff i 4' 'f i G lil -T 'ii' I I , . 5 I f' K' ' ' ..1 zwllllilfu i hozw r in 1.lDW!21ml1ll1fi7lIl1i ni. lla ik Q M.EJ'om.s.. Glnllrgr Snphnmnrw MARY AIKEN A A A J. DEWITT BAKER I Braddock, Pa. Woodlawn, Pa. ' Braddock High School Woodlawn High School Secretary and Treasurer of Class: Pan- Rochester High School hellenic Association Secretary: Y. W. C. A.: CLIFFORD E B W. A. A.3l Advisory Board of the Panhelle- Pittsburgla IQZRBOUR 1 me ASSOCWOH Peabody High School r 1 52 in HV q.. i r H President Y. M. C. A.: President Pitkin Club R. BARASH Pittsburgh, Pa. Michigan Agricultural College A. P. ADDLEMAN Greensburg, Pa. Eau Academy Cumberland High School Mars High School Y. M. C. A.: Varsity Track RALPH P. BEAT-ry Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Pitkin Club M. I. BERKsoN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Menorah Society EDWARD R. AMES fl' l' A Pittsburgh, Pa. Knoxville High School Student Senate CID JAMES S. ANDERSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School JAMES D. BOND Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Varsity Football CU N. L. BOTSFORD Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Pitkin Club: Student Volunteers: Track Team CHARLES W. BRADFIELD Millvale, Pa. Millvale High School FRANK B. BRODERICK fb I3 II Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School MERWIN K. ARMSTRONG E X Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Mercersburg Academy Freshman Basketball: Asst. Basketball Mgr. QD: Student Senate C255 Bug Club M. ASHINSKY Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School W. E. AUSTEN Aspinwall, Pa. , Aspinwall High School Student Band MAE E. BREWER Sewickley, Pa. Sewickley High School ALMA P. BAKER Pittsburgh, Pa. Cumberland Valley State Normal School W. A. A.: Pitkin Club: Y. W. C. A. Om lnznrifcd mqlzti Izzo U7 JF K ,ff T J Q9 NX ""'T ,I fi: fu i"""""'QIL.Qf' ""'r E ' .Tlx , all f4i.f-f"'N'Eflf A ...... ...,fi.-E-ffl. eeeeeee E ' ' ,g2's1"f'-'riff ug':3f":fffTTM""" "'""""'N"':"""""'-me'MM--vim-it---A-A-'-h-fr--+fA-+-:X--M 21" A W- eeree - E be I mp-A COLLEGE G. R. BROWN sv: Baltimore, Md. I ,' WINIFRED BROWN Swissvale, Pa. Baltimore High School f KATHERINE FINLEY Pittsburgh, Pa. 4 Westinghouse High School - 5 H. FRANI-csTEIN W- -- :: j - ,: .- ' 3,-5-m Z: -1fi5' u' ar. S5 'Ir ' JV Braddock High School Dianthian: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. WILLIAM R. BROWN, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. Virginia Union University. Richmond, Va. R. N. BURNS Millvale, Pa. Millvale High School CECELIA Busci-I Millvale, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy R. N. CAMPBELL Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney High School G. M. CLARK Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School ' MORTIMER COHEN fl! E TI Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School W. F. COLE Pittsburglr, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School C. CORIADO Connellsville, Pa. Connellsville High School Italian Club WALTER H. DEER QA H I Pittsburgh, Pa. ' East Liberty Academy Pitt Players I T. W. DONLEY g Pittsburgh, Pa. Aspinwall High School JoI-IN L. DUFF Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School JOHN R. DULL Glade, Pa. California Normal School I Prodigal Club: Track Team A. M. EATON Nebraska 1 - Nebraska Wesley University F. T. EDWARDS I Pittsburgh, Pa. iiiii Fifth Avenue High School 5' JOHN R. FARREL Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School ' G. O. FRAZIER DONORA, Pa. Donora High School A. FORSYTH ' Youngstown, Ohio Wilminito Conference Academy Marion High School University of Maine WALTER R. FOSTER E X Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Freshman Baseball: Bug Club MAUDE FOSTER Marietta, Ga. Marietta High School. Marietta, Ga. Pitkin Club: Y. W. C. A. C. T. FRANCIS Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School MABLE C. GARDNER AZ Pittsburgh, Pa. Altoona High School I. K. GARDNER Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Bug Club ALVIN B. GINN E K ll Ben Avon, Pa. Ben Avon High School Varsity Football Squad MACY GINSBURG KD E A Boston, Mass. University of Pennsylvania Newburgh Academy J. R. GLAZER Belpre, Ohio Pittsburgh High School A. GOLDBLOOM Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School ,IoI-IN GRANK Ashtabula Harbor. Ohio Ashtabula Harbor High School N ' R. GOUCEER ' ' Ii Harrisburg, Pa. ld Conway Hall Varsity Football CZJ One lumdred eighty three I LJ 4.6 V O-.ZIV ,,,, "T" F Q C PLZ: E 'O. V. GREEN A KIJA St. Louis, Mo. COLLE Summer High School, St. Louis, Mo. MARY R. GRiFFIN Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School G. W. GUNN Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School EDWARD W. HALL Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School LEO P. HEID Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Student Student fl jg Asso Weekly CZD DOROTHY HODGSON Rochester, Pa. Rochester High School ADoLPI-I KONEIG lb B TI Edgewood, Pa. Edgewood High School VIRGINIA IRWIN KA 9 McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School MARIAN M. ,IoI-INs Pittsburgh, Pa. ur h Hi h School ciate Editor Pitt Pittsb g g Margaret Morrison School, Pittsburgh, Pa. Y. W. C. A. HAROLD E. ,IORDEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School HELEN C. KELLY Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy MARIE E.. KEER Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School W. M. KIRCH Millvale, Pa. Allegheny High School SADIE M. KIRSH AZ Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School RAYMOND S. KIRKWOOD A Arcadia, Pa. lndiana Normal School Eli Prodigal Club: Chemical Society R. P. LANG Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy O uc lmlzdrcd ciglzly-four GE WILLIAM P. P. LANG ll? I' A Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Glee Club: Cap and Gown M. C. A. CU 627: Y T. C. LAPSLEY Glassport, Pa. Classport High School BENJAMIN LEVANT fl' E ll Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Vice-President Sophomore Class: Com- poser Cap and Gown Club: C-lee Club H. E. LOHSTOETER Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School T. C. LYON Pittsburgh, Pa.. Allegheny High School ,lol-IN J. MCCARTI-IY Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School JEAN MCCRUM ZTA Beaver, Pa. Beaver High School R. S. MCELROY Pittsburgh, Pa. Ohio Wesleyan University C-lee Club C. R. MCKNIGHT Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School . L. MCMURRY Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School NORA M. MCNERNEY Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy MARIE R. McSwIcAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Dianthiang Pitt Weekly QU C255 Panther GRACE K. MARTIN Pittsburgh, Pa. Ben Avon High School Y. W. C A.: Pitkin Clubg Red Cross Aid C. MAFFEE Pittsburgh, Pa. jefferson Medical School O. B. MARKOWITZ Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School COLLEGE HARRY MARKovITz Canonsburg, Pa. ' Canonsburg High School Student Band: Student Orchestra W. W. MILLER A 'I' A Pittsburgh, Pa. n Secretary Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Assistant Baseball Manager: Bug Club NORMAN C. MILLER Pittsburgh. Pa. l Duquesne University J. R. MILLIGAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School HAROLD MITCHEL Rogerville, Pa. Rogerville High School T. MONK Wilkinsburg, Pa. Norwich High School J. S. MovER Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School A. H. MUELBAUER Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne UI iversity 'C. E. MUNN J Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School MARGARET MURDOCH Pittsburgh, Pa. Westminster College MARIE A. MURPHY Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School CATHERINE NAU Pittsburgh, Pa. Hood College, Frederick, Md. C. F. NILL McKcesport, Pa. McKeesport High School MARGARET O,HALLORAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Dilworth Preparatory School EDWARD R. PARRY Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School HELEN PATTERSON Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls High School W. D. PAUL EA E Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School C. F. PEAIRS I West Newton, Pa. West Newton High School E. L. PERRI Donora, Pa. Donora High School IDA D. RAMSEY Erie, Pa. Erie High School BERTHA C. RAUI-I Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School R. C. REAGERY Clairton, Pa. Clairton High School PAUL Z. REIST Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy C. E. ROWE QA II Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School R. H. ROSTER Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy C. A. RoosE Darragh, Pa. Greensburg High School S. F. ROUND Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School J. ROURKE Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School HELEN RUSH Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School S. A. SAcIcs Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School M. W. SCANLON Pittsburgh, Pa. Wooster College. Ohio PAUL SCI-IMIDT Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School ALICE E.. SCHMITZ Pittsburgh, Pa. Uniontown High School MARTHA J. SCHMIDT U Dormont, Pa. South High School, Pittsburgh Ona lzmzdred eighty-five 'X ilu'-' Vg, ,V i PAULINE SCANLON Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School WILLIAM SI-IAPERA KID E TI Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Force Committee: Pitt Players E. W. SCOTT Pittsburgh, Pa. Carnegie Technical School, Pittsburgh MARY SESSA Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Elizabeth Academy, Convent, N. J. JOSEPHINE D. SESSA Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Elizabeth Academy, Convent, N. J. H. G. SWETZER Manor, Pa. Manor High School HARRIET E. SMITH E R O New Brighton. Pa. New Brighton High School CATHERINE SNELL Bedford, Pa. Bedford High School C. LEONARD SNELL Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy J. G. SNYDER Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State College KATHERINE SPRING Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School MARY STEPHENS Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School ALMA K. SWAVEL Millvale, Pa. . Park Institute, Pittsburgh NOROLIE STIcIcI.EY Sewickley, Pa. Sewickley High School ul Ill bl 1 R l Ona hundred eighty .mx JI-lk. we HH -Q COLLEGE E. J. SULLIVAN DuBois, Pa. 4 J 45 0" buff ' I E2 -aa:-'QJ 6Tv ,,. St. Catherine High School Duquesne University, Pittsburgh Freshman Football, Wrestling Squad 23 Panther up qzy H. C. SWETZER Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School E. C. TAGGERT Youngstown, Pa. South High School, Youngstown, Pa A. TALBERT Brownsville. Pa. Brownsville High School L. TALBOCKE Pittsburgh, Pa. University of Michigan W. E.. TREZISE DuBois, Pa. DuBois High School W. PAUL WALKER 411 F A Apollo, Pa. Apollo High School Varsity Track QI jg Y, M, C, A, W. C. WHISTON , Pittsburgh, Pa. . Indiana State Normal School I Jefferson Medical School J. B. WALLACE Hoboken, Pa. Allegheny High School MARGARETTE WEBER Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School W. E. WIGLEY fl' P 2 Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy STEPHEN YESKO Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School Z LJ A ' - 1 M J W , 2 ffiiiw' -' QQ. -, 6.121 PMN 'X lf.:-' 351' ,v lllll llll' bl '1 fd COLLECT -'Q 7' , M 9 ' 2421 ? ci ? F HRW? .1 yxtx . N-, x - T' . 1 IFR V .., ,,.- 7 , , I.. 0 H A 3 '34 'ff' my Mn .I-nm. K CLARENCE ABRAMS Canonsburg, Pa. ELIZABETH ALLISON Verona, Pa. MARGARET ATWATER Wilkinsburg, Pa. GORDON I-I. BALL Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM BAuRvs Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN BIEI.sIcI Pittsburgh, Pa. W. T. BLATTNER Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH B. BLOOM Pittsburgh, Pa. lsAAc BLOOM Burgettstown, Pa. J. C. BLOOM Burgettstown, Pa. JAMES E. BOVARD Kane, Pa. MARGARET BOYD Pittsburgh, Pa. DORA BRESI-:IN Pittsburgh, Pa. IRA BRYANT Avalon, Pa. T. H. BURKE Pittsburgh, Pa. ISABEL CAMPBELL Oakmont, Pa. C. W. CARTWRIGH1' Pittsburgh. Pa. CI. R. CHAIN EA E West Newton, Pa. Qlnllrge Zlirezhmnn ,IACOB Cx-IAITKIN Pittsburgh, Pa. LILLIAN CLYDE McKees Rocks, Pa. DAVID COOPER Pittsburgh, Pa. HELEN COUFFER Pittsburgh, Pa. U. G. COUFFER Pittsburgh, Pa. LORRAINE CRUM Canonsburg, Pa. LAWRENCE F. CURLEY Pittsburgh, Pa. MICHAEL F. DALFONSO Pittsburgh, Pa. GEORGE L. DAVIDSON Monongahela, Pa. MOLLY DAVIDSON Pittsburgh, Pa. ARTHUR DAvIs KD I' A Pittsburgh, Pa. REBECCA DAVIS Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES DELP Pittsburgh. Pa. E. J. DIAMOND Pittsburgh, Pa. E. C. DOTY Mimintown. Pa. ELEANOR F. DREYRuss , Pittsburgh, Pa. D FRANK EISENBEIS Pittsburgh, Pa. GERALDINE EMERY F reclericktown, Pa. One hundred eighty :eww 1.4 I I I le. S 5 gg i ng g I 1 W In We 533 Tm: JOHN P ESCHER Edgewood, Pa. FLORENCE FASSBURC Pittsburgh, Pa. JAMES W. FEICK Noblestown, Pa. KATHERINE FINLEY Pittsburgh, Pa. J. W. FERRIN Jamestown. N. Y. ADOLPH FINN Pittsburgh, Pa. HELENA R. FLINN Wilkinsburg, Pa. EI.sIE I. FRANKLIN Munhall, Pa. L. L. FRIEDMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. JACOB FRISHMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM FUHRER Pittsburgh, Pa. W. R. FULLERTON Pittsburgh, Pa. SAMUEL L. Fuss Pittsburgh, Pa. HOWARD J. GARBER Pittsburgh. Pa. ROBERT GARDNER Pittsburgh, Pa. ERMA GII.L . Pittsburgh, Pa. IONA M. GLEIN Coshocton, Ohio l. GOLDSMITH Charleroi, Pa. EVA GoLDsTEIN Pittsburgh, Pa. B. GOODMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. JACOB GORDON Pittsburgh, Pa. JULIA GUARINO Pittsburgh, Pa. C. A. GULARSKI Pittsburgh, Pa. MARTIN HONNIGAN Monessen, Pa. DOROTHY H. HAs1' Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH HECHT Braddock, Pa. IC R O QPML 03 . .f ir 55 'Fi c O L L E G E A 'N R. J. HOGENNULl.ER Pittsburgh, Ps. JOSEPH HoLzMAN .lv Johnstown, Pa. L 5 HAROLD GOOD ' Pittsburgh, Pa. ' N. HORVITZ Pittsburgh, Pa. CHESTER C. Houck Pittsburgh, Pa. ' RICHARD HUNTER A E II Beaver, Pa. AED K. T. HUTCHISON Monessen, Pa. Lours IcNELzI Pittsburgh, Pa. ROLAND H. ILAND Pittsburgh, Pa. DAVID W. INGRAM Belle Vernon, Pa. GAYLE lsERsEE Pittsburgh, Pa. S. M. JACKSON Pittsburgh. Pa. E. W. JEW Pittsburgh, Pa. . KATHERINE JOHNsoN E R O Pittsburgh. Pa. B. W. JoHNsON Ridgway, Pa. CHARLES C. KAMMER Pittsburgh, Pa. HAZEL L. KELLITT Pittsburgh, Pa. W. J. KELLUIS McKeesport. Pa. E.. H. KIPP A T A Carnegie, Pa. ANNA KLINGENSMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. L. M. KOCHIN Pittsburgh, Pa. EUGENE KOENIG Edgewood, Pa. SUSANA LAIGE Pittsburgh, Pa. E. LEBOVITZ Canonsburg, Pa. J. J. LEE Pittsburgh, Pa. MAURICE LINDER Dayton, Ohio JOSEPH LOUGHREY AAA THELMA M. HERRON E R O Wilkinsburg, Pa. Connellsville, Pa. r 3 e M One hundred Highly-eighl ' CD Ig M he E A v IC I 3 - 1- M... ...1. ' T --F-,QV-,Mg hdgh W1-ng, . ..... --.,..,, .. .,-..,-,.....,. ,,....,,,,,,,,, , 7 1 MW- ,, ' Q A A :tk Y' 0355 LLTL.--.-.......-.-QT.1TI1' 1,1rgg::"'Tr..-"'....."'-i :::---H 35 . . 3- QVTWW . . ., i 0 H " ' ,,...-..-- , , 0 ' , up ' V- - 52 li" - ' 13 .,- M , , ,,Uj' Q V610 J ' " -- ' ' Mu ' R R W' bf C O L L E G E 'A dv P, C: MARCINO MARY R. POPP N I ' Pittsburgh, Pa. New Castle. P8- U, ANDREW J. MEEK LouIs E. PRICKMAN ,vg 5 I' New Kensington. Pa. Crafton. PB- " .' MAURICE MENZOLARA JOHN PRIESTES ' Pittsburgh, Pa. DI-11110. PB- EVANGELINE MERRIMAN KA 9 Pittsburgh, Pa. CARL M1IcscH Charleroi. Pa. WILLIAM MILLBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. JAMES MITCHELL Victoria, Va. ANTHONY MONTANI Youngstown, Ohio FRANCIS P. MORELAND Pittsburgh, Pa. RALPH MusHBRusH Pittsburgh, Pa. W. A. MYERS Wilkes-Barre, Pa. JOHN J. MCCAGUE A 21 ID Munhall, Pa. J. J. MCCARTHY Pittsburgh, Pa. LEE MCCARTNEY New Sheffield, Pa. MARGARET McCAusLAND Pittsburgh, Pa. RUTH MGCRACKEN Parnassus, Pa. A. R. MCCORMICK Carnegie, Pa. SERVELIA MCMILLAN Parnassus, Pa. ROBERT MCKEAN Belle Vernon, Pa. GEORGE E. MCKENZIE Pittsburgh, Pa. MADELINE MCMILLAN Parnassus, Pa. ROsARIo Nuccl Braddock, Pa. CRISTELLA O'DONNELL Youngstown, Ohio MAUDE M. PARKER McKeespOrt, Pa. LUCILLE A. PARSONS Erie, Pa. , ,,, , DOROTHY M. PHILIPS ' "" Carnegie, Pa. E.. H. PICKETT Pittsburgh, Pa. 15 .1 If HENRIETTA C. RAUH Pittsburgh. Pa. W. W. REED Coraopolis, Pa. ARTHUR RICKMOND Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN A. RIEDEL McKees Rocks, Pa. ALBERT N, ROBERTS Pittsburgh, Pa. J. D. SARANDRIA Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM A. SCHMIDT Crafton, Pa. CHARLES W. ScOvEL Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY SELL Pittsburgh, Pa . EVA SHAMBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. BENNETTE SHANIcs Marshfleld, Mo. GRACE SHONTZ Braddock, Pa. GEORGE SIMPSON ABU Coraopolis Heights, Pa. MARcus SKY Johnstown, Pa. R. C. SMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. ROSETTA SNYDER Pittsburgh, Pa. LEONARD SOEAI. Pittsburgh, Pa. N. A. SPOSATA Pittsburgh, Pa. ARLINE STEIN McDonald. Pa. MINNA STEINERT Pittsburgh, Pa. ETHEL STEWART Pittsburgh, Pa. J. J. SUNSERI Pittsburgh, Pa. ALMA K. SwAvEL Millvale, Pa. ' J. W. TARNAXOWICZ Pittsburgh. Pa. One hundred eighty-nine IJ lvvrl :Inn M A :M .9 Q' ll ,I Oi I i Y gg ,JI fs , -1'r" --fl X . J-'L , COLLEGE MARY C. THOMPSON Pittsburgh, Pa. MlRlAM C. Toocoob Pittsburgh, Pa. j. S. TRAUGH Donora. Pa. JAMES A. WALSH A E CD , Munhall, Pa. H. R. WARING Pittsburgh, Pa. I JOSEPH WEBER Burgettstown. Pa. Momus WEBER Pittsburgh. Pa. DAVID WEINER Canonsburg, Pa. Louis WELDON Pittsburgh. Pa. G. D. WHITE Pittsburgh, Pa. HELEN WILLSON Clairton, Pa. ABRAM ZUCKER Pittsburgh, Pa. lllll ll I b' ld I F' 1 5 K One hundred mnety 1.1 4 . M A 3 jj- - 4,0 'f' IZ ---..:' is - ? , P as A ., gig 'gl R 44 'N I qi H H J BN 5,5 3-9-Q ,::,M... O .. ".,1,L-r:.., ig, ' 'i '- 'mgfv A" 2i1r -Qf k , D ' Q '+f3Lffg - v G 'V K 1 2 311 'W Qjj: DEAN R. F. BACON, Ph.'D Lu ra' W x O I d l CHEMISTRY -' fx Q -..-f!2:' 1 xl 6-1-,,.-. l 2 Cl '75 S Ti i t 0 0 A '- . 3.41 069 T - is I ll - 9 iliil ur 1 9 1 f of 1 W Nw -- n y H ll ll " ll 'lv ll Iime- I ll - 1 1 1 i '. ' 4 0 -X -C :J rikyl h' V t ,X 4 xt Glhemiatrg RUTH BUCHANAN, "Dol" Pittsburgh, Pa. Indiana Normal 's Christian Association Young Women University of Pittsburgh, College 'I6 Miss "Buke" has already captured one Bachelor in the College QB.S.J but aspires to another and worthier in the School of Chem- istry QB.Chem.l. A steady worker, especially in love with advanced analytical fmention it and see her smiley. THOMAS BRILEY DOWNEY A X .E and "Tombs" High Point, North Carolina Ellcton High School, Virginia B.A. Trinity College Columbia University Teaching Fellow in the School of Chemistry Student Chemical Society Tom hails from the sunny south and has left his "girls" behind him. As a "reel" lady Tom shines under the name of Miss Theta Ba Rum. Chemically, he has an acid proof, corrosion resisting disposition and a smile that won't come off. One lumdred nmely-Iwo Swniurz EARLE NOBLE JESSOP, "jess" A X E Classport. Pa. California Normal Senate: Student Chemical Society: Athletic Council ,less should have been a politician or a ma- tador but missed his calling and is now show- ing "Doc Garner" how to run gas analyses. ,less and his collaborators are working on some new theories which they imagine will revolution the field of chemistry. "Some baking powder, that!!!" FRANCIS MARLEY, "Curley" Pittsburgh, Pa. New Castle High School Chemical Society Marley doesn't say much so we assume that he lcnows a lot: all chemists do. Ag a brgncho buster he does not qualify but once he gets his hands on an explosion pipette its wrecked, "The curl that won't come off." Nflwik -- aa CHEMISTRY ' P 0 'W AW Hunt Grahuatna ALICE DACRE Buvrsnsxsnn Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S., Harvard M.S.. Cornell JACOB BARAB Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S., Pennsylvania HERMAN l-IEILBRQN LOWENSTEIN Nashville. Tenn. B.S., Vanderbilt University Fellow CHARLOTTE Hzws Mxnuan Manor, Pa. B.S., University of Pittsburgh Fellow As:-nan FRANKLIN Suu:-P A X E Effort, Pa. A.B., Muhlenberg College B.S., Cornell Fellow ' CLARENCE Ons YOUNG - 'IJ B K A X 2 A Sag Harbor, L. l. , B.S., Haverford College M.S.. Haverford College Fellow 1 1 ' 'I .ruin 1 ss r g Y . raf I rig , One hundred ninety-three N lm W CJ! g mg -Lg g Y C M2 V SEii-:..:::TLLg.':T1'.....,,,:4.-..' L.. ' V wi Q44 ' ' 'ij ,M g, I CHEMISTRY W5 ,Q gl "' Ep . I 'Il , N flu' . I 1 f 1 i I I 'lf f 1 Ill g A E . M.E.D'94- Gllgmnisirg Juninrra Joi-IN JOSEPH ISI-IERWOOD, "Ish" A X .Y Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Ish expects his reactions to go to completion but doesn't care to put 55.00 on his chances. ls not a socialist but his motto is l. W. W. Since he is one of the controlling factors of the Mellon Institute his favorite expression is "Come over to my ofF1ce." i JAMES WARD, IV A X 11 A T' Pittsburgh, Pa. Kiskiminetas Springs Phillips Exeter Academy Williams College - Chemical Society jim is not very well acquainted with the luminaries of Chemistry. Being a large mole.. cule fmolar weight 2063 his inertia is correspondingly great, consequently he's hard to stop once he gets started. When traveling to Meadville he applies the geometrical pro- position that a straight line is the shortest distance between two points. He reveres the name of Lincoln. One 1I1lHIil'l'd 7ll'llL'l'jY-f01H' CHEMISTRY "m ' l..guy,ff I' ' A :mf A tilt fl F1 U A 0: 'W I .fill 4 Mrg in, A - S fi? If Kali' b ..mzh 7 h i ia 1 ni nlhvmllylimmiiiilu. Ali ! Gllienziztrg jSvnpl1n111nrw JOHN l... ACHESON Wilkinsburg, Pa. Albany College Princeton University Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Chemistry Society WILMER BALDWIN, "Baldy" A X ll St. Louis, Mo. Solclan High. St. Louis Chemical Society WALTER SANFORD CABLE ,Iohnstown,'Pa. Johnstown High School Procligalsg Chemical Society HARRY ERNEST C-ILL, "Nitro" A X E Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High Chemical Society JOSEPH EUGENE GROSS, "joe" A X E Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School Chemical Society Moon HENRY KLEXN Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Chemical Society CHARLES STILLEY Option, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy MART WELLS Des Moines, la. West Des Moines Higlm Drake University Chemical Society MARY F. WILSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Butler High School ERNEST HENRY ZIEL - A X ll Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Senate: Chemical Society One lliuzdrv.-i ninfly -fi 'UE CHEMISTRY A Ru ul In f , 'qw ' I A 1 .U D . 61,27 , lifif? E53-'fi V' liter if f GEORGE SMITH BQICE East Liverpool, Ohio East Liverpool High School STANLEY WILLIAM COTTON Avalon, Pa. Avalon High School GUY RAYMOND COVER New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School LEAH ANNA DAvIs Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School MORRIS FINKELSTEIN Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School HARRY FRAIBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School GEORGE KUNKLE GESLER Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Um? lzmidred ninety-six Uhvmintrg Zlirnzlymen ,IOSEPH J. KLIMA North Braddock, Pa. North Braddock High School BURTON GORMAN KUHNS East Pittsburgh, Pa. Union High School WALTER RICHARD LYMAN Center Road Station. Pa. Linesville High School DONALD WILLIS MACFADDEN Knoxville, Pa. Union High School RAYMOND FREDERICK REMLER Glassport, Pa. Glassport High School CLARENCE M. SANNER Somerset, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy yu .La C5 l"""'N 7? IQ' '5 'E r n,,,,,., ,,,, ' - f ,Aww 'Q' sm! I I ' DENTISTRY A ' 'HEEL W Eff MNT WIN DEAN H. E. FRIESELL, B S., D.D.S. Our! lzzmdrcd ninety-.rwcn Y DENTISTRY Brntintrg Seniors .mf-L 'f 41- I One Izzmdred ninety-eiglzt DENTISTRY g.. YA N gl ' QQ ll? ' it i A .-- ' ' f f ' l5i?: , Y lf Us A 3 AN X F' Q nijehl F 'lv ' yt . H. , i !,,fpl- 'l is C Q --S Q - ,. T -.gullntl aa .. 'lgulli ll ll gh c f eases. T nil ' alll ig -s f If s infix .Fil l l I Brutal ,fseninrs WALTER L. ALEXANDER A E A New Castle. Pa. New Castle High School Class Football: Class Treasurer: Dental Dance Committee A busy man about school and about Oak- land. The Seniors must have much faith in Alex, seeing that they entrusted him with all of their Shekels. He lived up to his reputation too. O. CECIL AMMONS lll' Ll Arkansas City Kansas Arkansas City High School University of Kansas Freshman Football: Varsity Football Squad: Freshman Basketball There isn't a better fellow in the Uni than Ammy. He is clean cut and a gentleman through and through. His success in practice is assured as all the world loves a true man. ALBERT LAWRENCE BARTLETT A E A Clarksburg, W. Va. Clarksburg High School Class President: Dental Cadet Corps Manager Dental Track Team West Virginia Club ln his last year, Abe didn't forget his ability as a cheer leader. Though busywith, his ap- pointments and church work he still retained his old pep which made this school famous. A good fellow whom we hate to see leave. SHANOR R. BLYTHE 'l" L2 Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School Ohio Northern Charleroi will soon reclaim this promising celebrity. If he has as much success in busi- ness as he has had in feminine circles, we have no need to fear for his future success. Good luck, Tommie. THURLOW WEED BRAND A 'I' A 'l" L2 Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Pittsburgh, College Secretary Cap and Gown Club Here is a Senior we dislike to part with. For good humor and joyousness, Thurlow is noted. Everybody prefers the sunshine and he is that personified. ARTHUR EDMON BROWN A E A Cochranton, Pa. Cochranton High School Musical Clubs Brownie should have heaps of fair patients, judging from his looks. just as good as his face discloses, too. He claims that he is going to do his own prosthetic work. JAMES MONROE BURWELL A fl' A Washington, D. C. Armstrong High School Varsity Track CU CZJ OD jim has won his way into the hearts of us all, not only by track performances, but by his gentlemanly bearing. We wish you suc- cess, James. Olin hundred ninety-nine 'Ji 'Aa .-.M .,-, , W 67. N .1-rw glib! ,Qi I' i - . , n , V vain 5 ,,,. ,,.,. .,. M-n........ 'MM . A .,,, H f ,.., . tw 4 A, L . , ,, Y, A RA 1 tiff' 'ZH' V'-...WM , ,, f '- wg ' ... V, 'I 1. I l , ., 4.,.,,.Q.........- . , iv . , A DENTISTRY K L. FLOYD CAMPBELL A Z A Petrolia, Pa. Concord High School Grove City College Class Football Campbell is a most conscientious man who does all things well. Petrolia may well be proud of him. ELMER FRANCIS CLEVELAND Wilmerding, Pa. Union High School , Casino Tech Class Football "Cotton Top" is a real live one and happens to be as noisy as they make them. A singer of great volume. JOSEPH HODGSON CoLE A E A Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School Pittsburgh Academy Dental Collegians Ever watch joe travel the floor? A little bearcat in his course as well as basketball. RALPH M. N. CRAWFORD 'If' S2 Oakdale, Pa. Oakdale High School Not inclined to be noisy, but makes his presence felt. Ralph has a future. PAUL MOHON CUMMINGS A E A Wellsburg, W. Va. Wellsburg High School Dental Cadet Corps: Class Treasurer Paul certainly does love the ladies. His evenings are spent at the telephone down at the house. RUSSEL P. CUSTER Stoyestown, Pa. Stoyestown High School Juniata College - Russel boasts of almost a six years ac- quaintance with the Uni. Exceptionally quiet. FRANK Aucusrus DrAz lrwin, Pa. Braddock High School lrwin High School Wooster University Has kept well hidden under the cloak of modesty. Quiet and well liked is Frank who disclaims Mexican relationship. WALTER HAMILTON DONNELLAN 'If' S2 Braddock, Pa. Braddock High 54211001 Dental Cadet Corps: Class Football One who manages to maintain a fair at- tendance at the Gardens. Walter doesn't know whether to settle in Braddock or not. Two hundred ELLSWORTH EVERETT ESKEY A E A Sherrard, W. Va. Sherrard High School Class Football Ellsworth is a business man. now, down at the Schenley. Will relieve you of your wraps anytime at all. WARD WESLEY ESKEY A Z A Sherrard, W. Va. Sherrard High School Class Football Ward is a brother and business manager of Ellsworth. A big good natured fellow with plenty of knowledge. HARRY R. FORNEY A Z A New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School Freshman Baseball: Varsity Baseball QZJQ Dental Collegians .Harry is the Dave Robertson of the Pitt nine. He may seem a little awkward but he can sure sting the horse hide. ROBERT FRANKLIN Fox 'lf' S2 Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Cap and Gown UD: Dental Collegiansg Freshman Baseball: Hockey QZQ Foxy can tell you a thing or two about Zugsmith. Outside of Physiology, he is a stellar all around performer. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND ER ID IC ll Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Freshman Baseball: Varsity Football C21 OJ We'll ever remember Sammy for that field goal last fall. A student, a singer and a foot- ball player of fame. ROBERT R. GALENSKY Alliance, Ohio Alliance High School Robert is a pleasant faced individual who goes about his work as though he knows how. They say he is quite a fusser. L. KEMPLE GARIS A E A Knox. Pa. St. Petersburg High School Juniata College State College Ohio State College A man of many institutions of learning. He blossomed forth pB8t year as an assistant surgeon to Dr. lVIcCurcly. CARL ROMAN GORMAN A 2 A Gorman, Pa. Barnesboro High School Pop will soon realize his ambition of being his own boss, at least in his office. He is a modest man whom everybody admires, ' R. 1 W 5 fi . ..-'fill 'W af..-W...-.,, .. . inf, A 1 , MV... 4 ,, ....., .. is L' '."I,TLi.., , ' 4 , ... -., ,,,,. ..l .N nf' I ww- DENTISTRY CARL LAUFERE GE1sEL 2 X Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Wooster University lzglgxsical Clubs CID: Student Band CID C2D Snitz has survived a three years connection with the Pitt land. This shows that he is not easily disheartened and augers well for his career. Jol-IN M. GOEHRING 1I"Q West Newton, Pa. West Newton High School Pittsburgh Academy It is rumored that John cuts quite a figure among the ladies of our town. lf he goes back to West Newton this summer, someone will be disappointed. E. E. GRAHAM A E A Cleveland, Ohio Erie High School Western Reserve University Graham chose Pitt to wind up his dental training. He has installed himself here as a good fellow and a student both. GABRIEL F. GURLEY ll" Q Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne University Cap and Gown CID CZD C3D: Glee Club: Hockey CZD Here is a lad who represented the Dents at practically every social event of note. Prom- ises to be an honest to goodness society den- tlst. DEWITT HALL A E A Keister. Pa. Butler Business College Slippery Rock State Normal Class Football: Student Senate CZD: Class President DeWitt tries hard to establish himself in the good graces of the fair ones, but meetswith only fair success. A'good student and politician. WILLIAM FAYETTE HANCUFF A E A Gallitzin, Pa. Gallitzin High School Dental Cadet Corps William has managed to keep pretty quiet during his course. He should have a good practice. once the people know him. SAMUEL S. HAUDENSHIELD A E A Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School Penn State College Student Senate C3D: Advisory Board: VICC- President Senior Class ' f With his good nature and noisy jollity Sam has been prominent among his classmates. He sees that things go right in the Senate. too. THOMAS F. HEALY 'If' Q Altoona, Pa. St. Francis College Varsity Baseball Cl D C2D: Varsity Basketball CID CZD: Varsity Football CID Tom showed his grey matter when he sacri- ficed a little baseball for his profession. Had he the time, he would be a big leaguer. A line fellow, well liked. WILLIAM LEE lNsKEEP 'lf' S2 Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Bill has his own ideas about the workings of the Uni machinery. If he follows the ideals he had set in college, we need not fear for William. ETI-IEL WINIFRED JACOBSON Pittsburgh, Pa. - Pittsburgh Central High School Class Secretary CID: Girls Home Associa- tion Ethel proved to be just as brilliant here on the hill, as she was in High School. A very likable girl, with ability to share. Doss TAYLOR JAMES Z A E 1I".Q Pittsburgh, Pa. Ellwood High School, Indiana University of Pittsburgh, Engineering Carnegie Tech Musical Club CID: Varsity Quartette CID: Secretary Nlonongahela Valley Club Doss has entertained us with his hne sing- ing, many a day. We don't know how we'lI get along without him. Oh, yes, he was broadly educated. PAUL NOBLE JORDAN fl' K 'IV McDonald. Pa. lVlcDonald High School Washington 8: Jefferson College Paul will soon beat it back to wild lVlcDon- ald, where they think quite a lot of him. We do, too, for that matter. HOMER E. KIMMEL A E A Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe High School This smiling Teuton is most congenial. The kind of fellow who will have his patients back. Good luck, Kim. GEORGE lVlcCoMB KINER A E A Derry, Pa. Derry High School For his quietness and determinedness George deserves a lot of credit. He's an ex- ceptionally fine personage, also, MAURICE GREGG LAFFERTY A E A Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School Pittsburgh Academy One can't appreciate the excellent qualities of Laff, till he knows him well. Truly a man of merit, is he-and always ready to accom- modate aifriend. Two hundred one ,. l I . A 'Im I , ..- W. vii A .ll I 'Q .vi ..enrylwiwmlulifgirjtIITLX., .. .. .,,. 'E j! . xx 3,55 ..,., A Q b ,nw , ,, -LY: lllill ,"':'-A-11L'i7'll :,g1,'lTlL":- ,gill Cmlll' Gil il A L' fl All C ii . .i.,..l...W 1 .X 'xs- 5 gg - .V an .rvimw M40 1.,. lj H. , V L! .,.,, DENTISTRY .Af nity!! ji 'MARK ISADORE LEADBETTER A E A WILLIAM CARL MCCAIN A E A l qs' Barnesboro, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. " S3 Barnesboro High School ' Allegheny High School 3 Doc created a big surprise when he quietly Dental Collegians 1,1 fy left the fold of the contented bachelors. We lnterfraternity Basketball: Class Football L 'L I can see why he was accepted, for he has praise- As big as he, Bill can still show some speed . worthy traits. on tlfqe floor. lglazl briglit prospects, for he fgff' isas appyaste ayis ong. 1 fi! ABRAHAM LEVENDORF Monessen, Pa- JAMES CLYDE MCNEILL A E A 1 ' llglonessen High Schcgol I EUEEOU-ly-hvg-h I e was seen ver e u nt t' U On IB C 00 . patient home this vlvinlteii. eWZnd:Oifua?Iy? Marsh-all Cf-'llege ' ,Ei I thingis in the air. Abe? A typical example of line West Virginian , 5, manhood. Njlac has a smile that extends from H ALVIE RUSSELL LWERMORE A E A ear to ear, an a augh that I8 musical. n l QZIZZQI-liiiasieneei JAgA53Pf:gL5gcyf55gUfSI0N 'lf 52 'i 2 enn tate o ege . ' ' lli Xffgity T?-Q'3'Q3'fe'fe,'n Q19 QQVIC37: Musica' iiiffiefiiefnlfnillgfileieligleiiimxiiiieiiy Fo tb us d If i u s UQ 5 resi ent usical Clubs 5 0 a qua Nl . . U7 C29 ' 83,529 Ol' Class Football' Dental Cadet We remember him in his Fresh year about Alvie is a real fast man. Holds the two- aS5""'1aS tgey Same' But now he is 'eflned ig mile track record, and a membership in the an Cu ture an on knowledge bent- A Hue in . P. A. A. ln addition he is a water poloist and fellow' Fuzz' Hi a staunch admirer of women. 1 1 Jols5IsPHbSHIiLIi:s MATsoN 'l" S2 453, 1 Itts urg , . 1,1 H'?,l??tl:EL5gEEIg:f LUDWIG A 2' A Shadyside Acgdemy .fp Pittsburgh'Academy gruiidsij Varsity Football CID QD: Varsity EI T Fifth Avenue High School A321 ei HQ Q'P42P1VafS1fy Baseball U 7 429: ji i Musical Clubs up 425 me Vice President PF The 01 0f.H0'10' , li? Musical Club OD: Varsity Swimming Team ltt ost one of Its bfislf and Well hked atb' H U, 42, letes when Joe fell a victim to a broken ver- il, The German Senatorwour musically in- tebra. He was elected captain of this year's iii' elineel friend! Were all the beye of his eiiene- E9S"eFlf"l team' but Couldffr play owing to sition, wouldn't this course be a pleasant one? ls mls ortune' i RAYMOND COVERT LUTZ A II A EDEMFD CHRfj'T'AN MAU'-T A E A I ' N C I I P ' 1 menton, 3 Nix Cggilz Hgh seheei gmlgenffzln HHH School I I 1 Dental Cadet Corps B e toll , this happy-glo-lucky exhibit! fl hLutz the one persorfi we hive ever seen colmazz rigfgfgnfggf 5 god 11116.18 balqhoiths l w o cou wear a mustac e toa vantage. He . ' 13 WOT 'Sn t S lg te I - - either. in 1 IS as witty and full of fun, as the best of them. ' , G W. lVl ,Q I JAtIiaoIi1snZ7i'c:vIxAIlgaLYNAM A A wliT:?nsburg'ss2HAN A S A .lohnstown High School U l- mslmrg l-llgll School ' . ' ' When it comes to ood fellowshi and mverslty of Plttsburgh' Economlcs l I A friendship, count jim as a leader. With his gjntal Manager' l9l7 Owl: Musical Clubs 3 I 3 ?r:5s?:LgZ2.' he should expenence llttle trouble GA non-believer In the excitement league. Q if .iz?:.':.zva2.ii:z2i':d though he did JOHN BOYD LYON A ZZ A y ar' , 'jfg Canvnsburs- Pa. I HERMAN Marana 1. I. . e North Strabane High School Pittsburgh, Pa. 5 iii' gf'LWgeFEE3LSf7?fge gitgbutrgh Central High School LH 1 . te , l H Another boast for Grove City College. Hu ep ena h - iyll A .l0hIl.iS modest: not so fmulih sol that it of gcfdd ixlingmeleiciigrlicesilgglriigialieodlriiill isIl:Ji1lIi:1-ishrias 1 ,il ll8Hd1C8P9 him ln I5 quest of now C Ze- well Fitted for the profession he will soon enter. Hi F 7' ni Two lumdred two i, if 4. . i SL? '-f .. 'B ' ..'f 4'---Mi'-.e - A f 1 gl' A N e 41 lijl 'i 4' ' '993-. .... 1 "H -- ..... .... .. ,. . .. .L11i,..,....,-....ef"'.,,...tl. I " "-v"-1n-'- "M rv 1- . 3 e..I.:..s.,,,,.,...y........-.., .. -.,. -...... .......................-.....- ....,.....-...,.-.........,.,..,. , , M l,,,. K ,g .,,,.w e.. ,,.f""N 1' ' -. we.. K I . ...ei 4 1. -.,.1.- ,ei-In ..f,j ,, . V . .. . .. An' . Qi.. ...3.1.,,,.+f...,,e,,g.....-lI.,.....1..'...I.,..,........ . . e,...-...-.........,.....................-....,,...,.. ...... Y ' 'fa M- 3 gf- '25, DENTISTRY ROBERT BRUCE MOWRY A E A Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny Preparatory School University of Pittsburgh, College University of Pennsylvania Musical Clubs CID Q25 OD: Leader Mandolin Club Q31 We liked the way he conducted the Mando- lin gang this year. Robert is a student al- ways anxious to know the why and wherefor of facts. ' JAMES M. MULLEN 'P' S2 Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Washington and Jefferson College Cap and Gown QU Q25 Jimmie tried a two-week's sojourn at Penn in his Junior year, but he couldn't see it, so he hustled back to Pitt. We're glad for he's a right good chap. NATHANIEL WALTER NEE1' fl' E H Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Nat is the last word in progressiveness. Some day he's going to inscribe his handle in the hall of Fame, along with the rest of the immortals. PAUL THORGUY NELSON A E A North East, Pa. . North East High School Dental Collegians: Class Football UD Q21 Those small towns sure do send us valuable citizens, and Paul is no exception. He stands for everything pleasant and important. CLARENCE M. ORR A E A Slippery Rock, Pa. Slippery Rock High School Slippery Rock Normal Orr has gained the title of the serious- minded one. ln work, in play and in love. he has maintained this characteristic well. RAY W. OSBORN 'V Q V Mt. Vernon, Ohio - Carnegie Technical Schools Dental Cadet Corps From technical work to Dentistry was a big jump, but Ossie turned the trick to perfection. He's just about as good as the best. CSCAR JAMES RECKARD Clifton Mills, W. Va. California State Normal West Virginia University Dental Cadet Corps Besides being an excellent infirmary man, Reck is establishing himself firmly in the heart of a maiden up Herron Hill way. At a boy, Oscar. ROLAND DORRIS REDMOND A If A Mercer, Pa. Mercer High School Musical Clubs: Class Football: Dental Collegians Red delights in pounding in double 3 B's, and says that he intends doing quite a bit out in practice. We hope that he meets with the success he deserves. EDWIN JOHN REICHEL Erie, Pa. Erie High School , Western Reserve University Only this year, Reichel presented himself to us. and the boys weren't slow in finding out that he was made of the right stuff. J. EARL REMLINGER Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Business College Pittsburgh Academy Pop is blessed with a family and the seem- ingly ability to support it. As a laboratory man, he long ago took his place at the front of the class. HARRY RosE REYNOLDS 'lf' L2 West Newton, Pa. West Newton High School Penn State College Dental Cadet Corps: Dental Football "There's a little time for work, a little more for play, "With many a smoke thrown in throughout the long dreary day." PERLEY H. RICHARDSON, A E A Oil City, Pa. Oil City High School Well's School, Boston, Mass. Dick is another of the progressive trend of mind. But then, Oil City is noted for keeping abreast with the times. GEORGE A. WARREN Rlcc A ll A Gary, lndiana Cary High School Leave it to George-he'll take care of the ladies. This Indian besides rushing the Freshie Coeds, has many other little affairs. A promising lad in the profession. ELMER RAYMOND Ross 'P' Q. Chicora, Pa. Concord High School Grove City College Robbie is a believer in getting as much play from his work as possible. lt's a wise policy, if it works with the same effect on all. Loves the fair ones around Butler. Two hundred three DENTISTRY WILLIAM S. SHUTTLEWORTH A Z2 A Aurora, W. Va. West Virginia Prep School Bethany College. B. S. Dental Editor l9l7 Owl: Student Senate QU: Class Football QU Bill is an athlete of ability, but never showed at Pitt on account of his Bethany ex- perience. They claim they hid a Christmas present of his in the bath tub, and he hasn't found it yet. A. ALLISON SPIELBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Glee Club QU Can make more noise than any two men in the class. Spielly is a happy individual who wants everyone to know it. HENRY AUSTIN STAHLMAN 'If' S2 Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School Freshman Baseball Freshman Football Varsity Football Q27 Q31 To look at him, you couldn't realize that he was a football hero. What Stahly lacks in stature, he makes up in grit. Verily, a big. little man. JAMES G. STEINER 'If' .Q West Newton, Pa. West Newton High School Another specimen of sunshine is jim. He does everything with good results. And, oh my, how he takes with the ladies. RUSSELL LOWELL STEVENS McConnellsburg, Pa. McConnellsburg High School Perkiomen Seminary University of Pennsylvania ls Pitt known down East? Ask. Russell, he knows. He likes the hospitality of the boys in the Uni. A congenial person. PALMER J. SULLIVAN A E 'IP Benedictine College, Savannah, Ga. South Carolina Military College University of Pennsylvania This son of Old Erin thought well enough of Pitt, too, to leave Penn. He hasn't re- gretted his choice, nor-ihave we. Two lnmdred four ASHBY CAESAR ROBINSON A 21 A Clarksburg, W. Va. West Virginia Wesleyan We couldn't dope this one out. He's differ- ent from the other "Snake" staters in that he's so reserved. Couldn't say that he liked himself or not. CLARENCE WILLIAM RocERs W' .Q Latrobe, Pa. Bellefonte Academy The heartiest laugher in the school. ls a fine reason why all the world loves a fat man. Tubby with his unbounded joy, will catch on in business. EDMUND L. RODGERS A E A Barnesboro, Pa. Barnesboro High School Edmund has made a complete study of bones, wherein they say he's most proficient. He's a quiet and likable lad, just as one would expect from Barnesboro. VICTOR E. SCI-IERMERI-IoRN 'If' Q Bradford, Pa. Bradford High School Michigan University Schimmer is one of those modest fellows, one cannot help but like. He keeps very well posted on the baseball happenings in the Low Grade circuit. NINON A. SHAW Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School College of St. Paul Miss Shaw keeps better posted on Dental doings than most of the men. She is ever desirous of more knowledge and she gets it. ,IoI-IN WOLL REGIS SI-IEEHAN Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy Pittsburgh Academy St. Mary's High School University of Pittsburgh, College Varsity Track Team Qlj Q25 Q31 Q45 We certainly will miss this point winner on the track. john has enough medals and blue ribbons to hold a meet of his own. A man, every inch of him. MAURICE A. SHOWALTER 'lf' Q Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe High School We were ever entertained with Maurice',at the piano? He is some boy at this delightful indoor sport. lnseparable from Johnnie. i-Si -Pr- so ,, , A- A-. . ..o.o...f.:.. of W . 1 x g 1 ...m..,..,, . . .....,,,... n A . on .33 fifgli.-f :ffg753 WFT' "f 'O f- im' li1.Q5""', Q' V ui N li'-195' .....o1oCa3ff,4:9o -lvl N Qytgs.,-gi7s,oo,. . - E'-fist Mo, 5 D E N T I S T R Y l. l PERRY SWANSON llf' Q Max Wiueenp Brookston, Pa. Chambersburg, Pa. Sheffield High School Chambersburg High School Bellefonte Academy u Washington and jefferson College University of Pennsylvania The way in which he tackles things, makes Northwestern University us believe that Max has his mind on the fu- They say that Perry is almost destitute of ture. One of our best bets. Elothesdsince that fire at the house. A mighty ne an noisy man. ' S. G. WILLIAMS A E A Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School PAUL -1-RNAOVSKY 11, Q ' Another newcomer who lost no time in get- Charleroi Pa- ting in the good graces of the gang. Very Sra"is0i'13iirr?35'a3' o IC .1 o m"1d 'S he' ass oot a : enta a et orps , He is almost too conscientious for a Dent. W'E1LTER WTQGHT A 2' A Believes in consending 30ld to Tperfection re- Green8burg'HP'h S h 1 gardless of time consumed. ' hat's the old feens urs lg C 00 P I Some one was mean enough to steal a dozen pepper' au ' or. iofof l'liled'si instrument? It vias ahmean tric or e is eserving o etter t an t at. R? Vlfixnigans fb I' A A E A Palclca P. Yo:-na 11" Q roovie, . onhl,P. Brookville 1-:Qs School Moggngiihglg Hgh School University of Pittsburgh, College Dental Dance Committee Cap and Gown CU C21 OD Perce may be advanced as an addition to A handsome little chap, who believes that the Society type of Dentist. With his line. he lectures are primarily periods of rest. At his gets by very nicely. Good fortune will smile chair though, Roy is Young Wide Awake. on him, we are sure. U I it rl Two hundred five 'I .1 , , lg , ..., ,j., .1., ..,,. , . W :lv ,M gg A gg A ., A . .....f , ,W ,ss D. R g . - - DEN'l'IS'l'RY F1 ' A . l r I jail' V I I E ' PERCIVAL WAYNE ALLEN A E A Grove City, Pa. Grove City High School Grove City College President Student Senate QD: Cap and Crown QU Pace possesses a sweet wife, a magnetic personality. a nice voice, and has in his makeup the proper amount of aggressiveness and the grey matter to back all this up. Like Julius Caesar, "Venit, videt, vincit." EDWIN SMITH COOMBE 'l" L2 Canton, Ohio Canton High School Class Football The golclsmith and expert pinmaker of the class. A lover of indoor sports, indicated by his perfect attendance at Kenny's. He caters to the professional class-most often Registered Nurses. A jolly, happy-go-lucky chap, always looking for soft stuff. FRANK M. MCCARTPIY A ll A Oleon, N. Y. St. Bernard Academy Newman Club This is the gentleman from Oleon. If there's a finer fellow in the class we haven't lo- cated him yet. A pleasant word or greeting always produces a ray of sunshine, and that is seemingly Frank's intention. Refinement and good fellowship are two of his many noble characteristics. I HAROLD DANIEL MINERD 'lf' S2 Dunbar, Pa. Dunbar High School Connellsville High School Junior Prom Committee: Class Baseball Dunbar, of which Connellsville is a suburb, is guilty of this one. Let it be made known right now that Dan does something else beside devour Black Prinz, etc. Quite occa- sionally he may be found mingling with the ladies in the capacity of Bean Brummely. JOHN W. SIGAFOOS A E A South Bethlehem, Pa. South Bethlehem Central High School University of Pennsylvania Siggy prides himself as another of the immigrants from Penn., who delighted in the sound trouncing our noble warriors dished out to the Philadelphians. For a man so small he takes wonderfully well with the fair daughters of the Smoky City and Allegheny Two lumdred six n 4 D E N T I S T R Y Brntiatrg Zfrwlynwn Two hundred seven ,..' ..f' ' , 'He ' 1 Ll, iyfk 4 r,- 4-N ,L '.s,r -, ,,.,., ,.!,,g x .AI i, ....,.... ..,.Y.,.,f--- my... ,-..,,,,-' ww . A x I -I-H '- E-r I A, A A 1, wx DENTISTRY vw 1-I.. . , 2, f. A Tu R u U g . A . ,7 1 ,, M. ROY ALDERMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. GEORGE W. ALLISON Pittsburgh, Pa. C. V. ALLSHOUSE fb K Versailles, Pa. G. R. ALLSHOUSE ll" Q Versailles, Pa. JESSE A. ALTER Bellevue. Pa. BEN AMDURSKY Pittsburgh, Pa. J. E. BALBRIDGE, A.B. Latrobe, Pa. L. C. BALDWIN McDonald, Pa. MAR1oN M. BARKLEY Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN F. BARNETTE Pittsburgh, Pa. R. L. BLACK Slippery Rock, Pa. JoHN O. BOYLE Greensburg, Pa. GEORGE J. BRETT Clearfield, Pa. ALONZO T. BRINEY Pittsburgh, Pa. CLAIR M. BUNTING Bairdstown, O. R. S. BURD "I" .Q Uniontown, Pa. HARRY D. CADDEN Scranton, Pa. HERBERT L. CAMPBELL Oakdale, Pa. Two hundred eight J..-1 . . qi' cr my A .Y A Brutal Zlirwlymvn D. S. CARNAHAN Pittsburgh, Pa. GEORGE V. CARTER Mahanoy City, Pa. HUGH A. COCHRAN Tarentum, Pa. EARL B. CONAWAY Martins'Ferry. O. DON A. CRAWFORD Tarentum, Pa. JoHN A. DALEY Johnstown, Pa. JAMES DEWEESE ll" S2 lrwin, Pa. Rov A. EASTERDAY Lisbon, O. W. W. EASTON California, Pa. RUSSELL J. ENGLEKA Connellsville, Pa. JoHN H. EUWER fb li Wilkinsburg, Pa. CAssxE FERRANDO Youngstown, O. AMSBRY H. FETTERMAN Johnstown, Pa. ALBERT L. FINLAY A Pittsburgh, Pa. Joi-:N P. FITZGERALD Pittsburgh, Pa. VENCISLAUS FIREWICS Pittsburgh, Pa. V. C. FOLTZ Mercer, Pa. PHILIP FREINBURG Hudson, N. Y. V .4 E A X NFLW '32 3-sw N - O R v '..-,Q.,-": 1. 1.1.4 . e f ' I A 1 , 2 fl f , 5 L Qi W. M. FURNIER 'lf' Q Van Voorhis, Pa. RODGER S. GALEY 'P' Q Sewickley, Pa. H. W. GATEWOOD McMechem, W. Va. N. J. GEsTNER Tarentum, Pa. MAX GOLDSTEIN Portage, Pa. SAMUEL A. GRINBERG McKeesport, Pa. EDWARD F. HAGER Braddock, Pa. GEORGE F. HANTZ Greensburg, Pa. W. E. HARRINGTON Braddock, Pa. FREDERICK HIGHBERGER Greensburg. Pa. FRANK H. HOCKING Myersdale, Pa. JOHN E. Hucus A E A 11" Q Charleroi, Pa. W. J. HUTCHINSON, JR. ID A 9 Ambridge, Pa. ABRAM HYTOWITZ KD E 1'I Pittsburgh, Pa. HERBERT L. LITTLE Pittsburgh. Pa. J. R. JAcKsON Wilkinsburg. Pa. BEN H. JONES '1" Q Braddock, Pa. FRED JONES Wilkinsburg, Pa. GEORGE T. JONES Braddock, Pa. , DANIEL R. KELLEY Mt. Pleasant, Pa. JAMES D. KELLOG 'If' Q Charleroi. Pa. GEORGE KESEL, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. ALVIN R. KNEEDLER Greensburg, Pa. C. H. Kistler W' Q Johnstown, Pa. FLOYD V. KNAPP A E A Fredonia, Pa. HOWARD S. KRING A 2 A Johnstown, Pa. LOUIS R. LINDAY Washington, Pa. MAURICE H. LAPIDUS Pittsburgh. Pa. DENTISTRY W. REID LATIMER Oakmont, Pa. DAVID LEONARD 'lf' Q I ,A W if. Williamstown, W. Va. HARRY L. LESSIG A E A Munhall, Pa. G. H. LONG 'If' Q KID AX Greensburg, Pa. CHAUNCEY A. LOUTZEN Butler, Ps.. C. TRACEY LOWE ZANESVILLE, O. STEPHEN V. LUDDY Altoona, Pa. I. B. LUTES Charleroi, Pa. H. K. MCGOWAN Carnegie, Pa. CHARLES A. MCGUIRE Pittston, Pa. GEORGE W. MCLAREN Pittsburgh, Pa. P. W. MCMAHON Pittsburgh, Pa. HISER fb F A WALTER J. MCMATH A E A Homestead, Pa. ROBERT I... MAPEL Farmington, W. Vs. FRANK B. MCNULTY Carnegie. Pa. F. C. MADDEN Ontario, Canada MATTHEW MARCUS Q A N Johnstown. Pa.. C. MAURICE MARKELL Monongahela, Pa REARDON MARSH Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN B. MARTIN Irwin, Pa. WAYNE MARTIN Fairmont, W. Va. JOHN A. MEEHAN New Castle, Pa. MURDOGK MILLER Navarre, O. RALPH E. MILLER Pittsburgh, Ps.. RALPH M. MILLER Homestead, Pa. CLYDE L. MITCHELL Mahafrey, Pa. PAUL R. MONTGOMERY Grove City, Pa. JAMES M. MORGAN W' Q Munhall, Pa. gg: LR11 6' Two hundred nine 1 A -1--..,, I----A--+2f-ff':"f -' '---- W , I 0 ' Q7 1 lnng Avg,-'W J I-MJ A FRN., "I I I . , . fi . .. i A . if H. ALBERT SPEER Pittsburgh, Pa. E. A. STAHL Scranton, Pa. T. S. STANFORD Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH W. STANOER Pittsburgh, Pa. W. NORMAN STEIN Sharpsburg, Pa. E.. EVERETT STEWART Burgettstown, Pa. B. H. SWANEY A E A Uniontown, Pa.. MAURICE A. TAYLOR Linesvllle. Pa. GODFREY TERRY Pittsburgh, Pa. PLENNIE G. TOOTHMAN Fairview, W. Va. JOsEPH TUCKER fl' IC II California, Pa. LAWRENCE E. VANKIRK. Pittsburgh, Pa. DONALD C. WALKER W. Monterey, Pa. J. L. WATSON St. Marys, W. Va. ROBERT L. WELLER Wilkinsburg, Pa. V. C. WELLS McMechen, W. Va. RICHARD T. WICKS South Fork, Pa. M. E. WILKES Wauanne, Pa. GORDON M. WILLIAMS Utahville, Pa. C. C. WILLIAMS Pittsburgh, Pa. Ross B. WITHEROW Irwin, Pa. BAYARD A. WRIGHT A Latrobe, Pa. GEORGE E. WRIGHT Greensburg, Pa. JAMEs V. YARDLEY Uniontown, Pa. JOHN G. YODER New Kensington, Pa. A. ZELWIs III A I-J Pittsburgh, Pa. Two hundred ten DENTISTRY A. B. 'If A O .EIA MARTHA E. MORGAN Jeanette, Pa. VEs'rA T. MOYER Monessen, Pa. CARL H. MUTI-I McKees Rocks, Pa. E.. B. NAGLE Ontario, Canada J. B. NELSON Brockwayville, Pa. SAMUEL L. OsTRosKY Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY T. PATTON A E A Kittanning, Pa. I. R. PEARLMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. R. N. PENMAN A E A Grove City, Pa. EDWIN A. PFEIFFER Homestead, Pa. DAVID B. PITTLER fb IG Pittsburgh, Pa. H EMMET L. RIDENOUR II" .Q Rockwood, Pa. Louis E. ROBBINS Pittsburgh, Pa. HARVEY D. ROBERTS Erie, Pa. W. A. RUANE Scranton, Pa. MORRIS RUBIN IIA ID Pittsburgh, Pa. MYER SAUL Pittsburgh, Pa. BENJAMIN J. ScHEcTER Pittsburgh, Pa. MAURICE Sci-IERMER Farrell, Pa. HOWARD M. SCHWARTZ Pittsburgh, Pa. HAROLD C. SEAMAN Bellevue, Pa. FRED R. SEIDEL fb 1' A Hazelton, Pa. WILLIAM H. SILVIS New Bethlehem, Pa. M. O. SEEMAN Tranger, Pa. EDWARD H. SKINNER Fairmont, W. Va. HENRY SLOAN Pittsburgh, Pa. 'lf Q CHARLES G. SPECK A 11 A Johnstown, Pa. ECONOMICS DEAN J. T. HOLDSWORTH. PH.D. f Two hundred eleven E C 0 N 0 M I C S iirnnnmirz Snninrz Two lmnrlred 1710017112 ECONOMICS X.: C T 7 It g XJ A A W 1 - Q l , -1 .I I ii - I QW tw n- K1 I W iw 'lm Int E sg. ... ln ll i ' 1 I ,gg as F Em N Xl 'iirnnnmira Sfrniurz WILLIAM CHURCHILL ARTHER, "Bill" O.D.K. Massillon, Ohio Massillon High School President Senior Class: Sporting Editor Pitt Weekly 131 141: Manager-in-Chief l9l7 Owl 131: Manager Debate 141: Senate 121: Hi-Kockey Club: University Field Repre- sentative: President Ohio Society: Presi- dent Undergraduate Banking Class of National City Bank: Varsity Debate 131 "Bill" is one of the leaders in activities at Pitt: and even though he is always rushed with outside interests, still he finds time to attend to studies. So closely associated with the Ketchum trio that he is just like them. HARRY PHILLIPS AUSTIN, "Aus" E X Summit, N. Mercersburg Baseball 1l1: Hockey 131: President Inter- Fraternity Basketball League. Phil has that quiet, unassuming manner that wins its way to your heart as soon as you meet him, while his cheerful smile drives gloom away. FRANK HERBERT BE'rz, "Fish" Pittsburgh, Pa. Stuyvesant High School McKinley Manual Training School Hi-Kockey Club: ClassTreasurer131: Swim- ming: National City Bank Representative Frank was so anxious to get back to his own "happy hunting ground" that he left us in February. The gay white way must have a great attraction for him. HARRY BLUESTONE, "Bluey" Ill E ll Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School I Hi-Kockey: Class Football "Bluey" can always see the funny side of anything and we often envy him, for life seems to have no worries for him. WILLIAM EARL Bocx, "Bill" Oakdale, Pa. Oakdale High School Student Senate: Executive Committee: Hi- Kockey Club Although Bill never divulges any family secrets, yet we never knew that he was such a practical economist until he pulled that speech at the Economics banquet. However, it was just the forerunner of his future life. ROBERT BODEN, "Bob" KID A C-1 Burnham. Pa. Yeager town High School Gettysburg i After having been exposed to Bob for two years, we cannot help but wish that he had come to us lirst instead of wasting two years at Gettysburg. Can readily understand why he always has another engagement. WILLIAM TRUSCOTT CANAN, "Bill" A E ll Altoona. Pa. Altoona High School Y. M. C. A.: Cabinet 121: Kansas City Del- egate 111: International Polity Club: Clee Club 1l1 121 131 141: Leader Glee Club 131 141: Quartette 131 141: Secretary Musical Clubs 131: Cap and Gown Club 121: Pitt Weekly 1l1 121 131 141: Activities Editor 131: Assistant Editor 141: Class Secretary 121: Controller l9l7 Owl 131: Track Team 121 131: Assistant Track Manager 131: Track Manager 141: Pitkin Club 111 How one man can hold down this list of activities and still complete enough work in less than four years is a mystery to all cf us: and yet he does it as complacently and as well Es .he leads Pitt's singers through an Opus of neg. - l Two lzzmdred thirteen cf' V. .,. .,-4 J .If ,, ,, . ,,. ECONOMICS RALPH GIRARD EMERsoN, "Slicky" fb A GD Wollaston. Mass. Bangor fMe.D High School Dartmouth College Whitman QWash.j College Editor-in-Chief Pitt Panther After trying conclusions with Institutions at two extremes of the country, "Slicky" settled at Pitt and mighty glad we are, too. He took over the Panther and put it on its feet. ABRAHAM EPSTEIN, "Eppy" Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy President lntemational Polity Club: Social Science Club Collegiate: National Student Council of Inter-Socialist Society. "Eppy" first gained publicity in connection with the Oscar ll and later by his ardent oppo- sition to militarism. ln spite of his socialistic ideas, we all respect his knowledge and ability. WILLIAM CHRIST FICHTNER, "jef"' Jeannette, Pa. Jeannette High School Westmoreland County Pitt Club As the "Jeff" of the West-Fichtner combi- nation. Billy has attracted considerable at- tention on the campus: but his modesty has robbed many of the value of his acquaintance. FORREST F. FRANCE, "Baldy" A 'I' S2 Alliance, Ohio First Pennsylvania State Normal School Mt. Union Academy Mt. Union College To the uninitiated, France seems as meek and as gentle as a lamb: but one day in class with this representative of the Buckeye State puts you on your guard and you are not sur- prised at anything that mIght happen. HARRY S. GERSTEIN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Social Science Club: International Polity Club One of Prof. Flocken's proteges and ac- countant extraordinary. Harry is IOO per cent. proficient in the accountancy of invest- ments and all he needs now are the invest- l"nel'llIS. OSCAR l. HARTER IIA fb Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School ' Musical Clubs UD QD: H1-K0Ckey Club: Senior Committee While we do not believe in the use of super- latives, we 'must overstep here to say that Oscar is one of the most conscientious fellows 'in the class and as such is a true friend indeed. 'Two lmizdricd ,fourteen RAYMOND W. JENKINS, "Kid" fl' I' A Jeannette, Pa. Jeannette High School Cap and Gown Club Can we ever forget how Jenk made Davi- son's life miserable? lf not we can forgive, when we behold the beautiful chorus lady en- ticing the rest of us from behind the footlights. ALVIN GREENLEE JOHNSON, "Breezy" Pl X Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls High School Cap and Gown Club UQ QZJ OJ QU: Presi- dent C42 We are afraid Al Knot Alice, will have to 'take P. G. work if the Cap and Gown Club wishes to have a show next year, for the show must have a leading lady. Our previous knowledge was all that saved us from being enticed by her bewitching ways ABEL KLAW TI A 111 Fairmount, W. Va. Fairmount High School Peabody Conservatory of Music Pitt Weekly UD Q21 GJ: Pitt Panther QZJ 135: Musical Club's Accompanist OJ: Senior Committee. Mr. Pianist surely does win the hearts of the ladies by the way he rags the ivories. How their spirits do fall when they learn that he is married. JOHN LESTER KOCH EA E Sewickley, Pa. Bellefonte Academy Cornell University His favorite avocation is traveling around with the various athletic teams. Les. always made up for lost sleep in Transportation class. EDWIN I-I. LANGDON, "Eddie" 21 X O DK Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School Mercersburg Academy Cap and Gown Club UD: Varsity Baseball UD C25 CQ 141: Captain Q45 After having conquered everything on the diamond, Eddie looked around for new fields to conquer: but his previous training could not be overcome, and he sealed the contract with another kind of diamond. JOHN O. LEE, "jack" A 'I' Q Harlem Springs, Ohio I Mt. Union Academy Mt. Union College Efgisglab iz, Ol C433 Secretary Musical on asquite t kl k' f h . sic of the Glee ClTIb?sbutoi,t iiliglsbdfvet hiinrililn good stead when he is compelled to look after his wealth. which he will acquire in a few years. One of Conver.-ze's sharks. ECONOMICS AI.. PAUL LEFTON II A 11, O D K Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh High School Business Manager Pitt Weekly C41: News Editor C31: Economics Editor I9l7 Owl C312 junior Prom Committee C319 Musical Clubs C41: Senior Ball Committee: Hi-Kockey Al. Paul wasn't with us very long until he changed his name. and mighty glad we are too, for it was a stumbling block to everyone. Famous for his Pitt Weekly interviews In which Al. Paul said. REUBEN LEVISON, "Rube" Ib IC II McDonald, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Hi-Kockey "Like the water still, he's very deep," and no mere acquaintance can understand this gentleman. The thought of Rube reminds one of Davison's course in Economic Re- sources. GEORGE LITTLE ll' IC ll Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Class Secretary C31: Hi-Kockey George just fiddles his way into the hearts of the fair sex, for none can withstand the enticing tones from his violin. EDWARD ISADORE LOVITZ Tl A fl' O D K Olean, N. Y. Bradford High School Business Manager Pitt Panther C41 lf there is anyone in school who can make you feel perfectly at home while talking to you, Ed. is the one to dispel discomfort, for his sincere, unassuming manner attracts you at first sight. NORMAN MACLEOD, "Mac" A 'l' A 0 DK Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Y. M. C. A.: Chairman Junior Prom Com- mittee: Athletic Council: Baseball Manager C41: Hi-Kockey Can we ever forget the trials and tribula- tions of Herr Berger caused by the refusal of Mac to bring his German book to class? But it seems to be his nature. ELLIOT B. MCGREW, "Muggsy" 'lf I' A Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Sporting Editor l9l7 Owl: Tennis Associa- tion: Panther C21 Here we have a Utopian idealist who in- tends to study Law. He had better beware or his beautiful ideas will receive harsh treat- ment at the hands of his fellow barristers. But we have faith in Mac. - BERNARD MCPARTLAND A E 111 Uniontown. Pa. Connellsville High School Hi-Kockey This lrishman's wit radiates sunshine in all directions and turns gloom into joy. A great admirer of Heath's courses. An ideal toast- master for any occasion. ALBERT DANIEL MCPI-IERsoN, JR., "AI" Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School One of Prof. Flocken's accounting sharks, and well he is, for he bats l.0O0 in the fussing league in Bellevue. CHARLES D. MERvIs, Il A ill Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School Hi-Kockey More than an ordinary hustler. After hav- ing Converse's course in Merchandising. he decided that together with enough credits he also had sufficient knowledge to start into business. Thus we were lost his presence this last semester. PENNOCK H. ORR E fl' Pittsburgh, Pa. George H. Thurston School Hamilton College Although a new acquisition to the class, Orr has made a decidedly favorable impression on the boys. Our only regret is that he waited until his senior year before he saw the error of his ways and then entered Pitt. ROBERT DURHAM PECK, JR., "Goalie" EA IC Lock Haven, Pa. Lock Haven Normal School Pawling School Football Cl1 C21 C31 C411 Captain C415 All American Center C31 C41: Baseball Cl1 C21g Class Basketball Cl 1: Hi-Kockey The man who put Lock Haven and Pitts- burgh on the map by the way he chased the pigskin on the gridiron. Walter had no other alternative, for Bob's playing was clearly superior. WILLIAM R. SPINDLER, "Bill" Ill K X Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Tennis "Bill" is every inch a man, which explains why, in his two years at Pitt, he has been one of the most popular men in the class. Were we to say anything more it would detract from the force of the previous statement. Two lmndrad fifteen ECONOMICS l . Us way- :-- 22 '1f? xm?1:' --fx. Q S? W' Vx, JAMES Russau. WILLISON, "Rus" A E H O D K Pittsburgh, Pa. Shadyside Academy Musical Clubs UD CZ, CO: Assistant Man- a er OJ: Assistant Manager Debating 'lgeam fl J: Tennis Team OJ: Manager Ten- nis Team 142: President Student Senate 47 iVe cannot think of efficient student gov- emment without being impressed with the manner in which "Rus" took charge of the Senate, and biinging order out of chaos, made it a potent force in the University. No wonder he is admired by all the Co-eds. ADAM CRUMPTON Woob, "Woolly" EA E Turtle Creek, Pa. Union High School Cheer Leader 1240: Manager Cap and Gown Club MQ: Hi- ockey "A. C." is the picture' of beauty and grace on the football field as he leads the rooters in their encoura ement to the warriors march- ing triumphantiy down across the enemy's goal line. ! I I ' I ff ia ' l ' r 'fl In 0 Two hundred sixteen 0 CD 1.4 M i OA. """1'f'Q 1 -" -C ' ,-,, -f:' ,W QEQX , a as - ' 1.2157 iff' wr :I 'al li 8 ..... ECONOMICS Q3 df LJ i Ili , ii . li V muy., Q iErnnnmirn iluninra EDWARD F. BAKER flf 1' A Wilkinsburg, Pa. Blairsville High School . Assistant Track Manager: Manager Freshman Track Edison has nothing on Baker when it comes to economizing in the matter of sleep. You mustn't be too harsh on him, for no man who runs a track team, a bank and an Economics course can spare much time in getting acquainted with Morpheus. ALBERT H. CLARKE BIXBY EA E Sewickley. Pa. Sewickley High School Assistant Baseball Manager: Class Basketball QU Bix can hardly be accused of wearing out the University's furniture but on his occa- sional visits he sometimes gets into action and shows us that his hirsuto-rufous CHow do you like ith covering overlays a brain potentially capable. T. ALBERT HART E X Clarksburg, Pa. Indiana Normal Penn State Baseball Q I D Q23 We have missed "Al" this year and sincerely hope he will be with us again soon. We need him and his trusty arm. A. J. LANGER Carnegie, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Grove City College . Though this is Langer's second year with us we have not had the good fortune of hav- ing him stir up any excitement. We suspect that studying is or is not the quieting and benehcial infiuence. FRANCIS X. MCMURROUGH New Salem, Pa. California Normal Washington and ,Ieffei son College I When we glance at that name fthe Francie XJ our thoughts are immediately carried to the Strand. Francis is holding down a twelve hour job and consequently is too busy for activities. ' JOHN ALFRED VIROSTEK ' Braddock, Pa. St. Thomas High School University of Pennsylvania ' I Virostek can't seem to shake off the influence imparted at venerable Penn, so he is tak- ing his course with all seriousness, which is broken occasionally, however, by a brand of humor all his own. Two hmzdred seventeen N ECONOMICS U cr , - ' 1 1- 1: h 'if ,, l I 91:45 5-L K .. will-5 ' xr 'F if? f 2:15253 .'.,.f '--N , 'V ,1 Q V. " .1 1 . -9 x Q-vm' V- I g:::!5Ll -2 ' Esau W 1 if -'bfi ' A- 1 : ur' ' ,w . A 'tify ,gf L w 4"f1fiLg'f"31- 1" ' E v JU 5.'f'i75"3ffM'Q'1511.5 7631 gg.-qrg.'i . .1 4, ' A iiirnnhmim Snphnmnrrz Two lz1md1'ed Cl..!jllfL'l?ll ECONOMICS I4 Flu 25: , . lf . I J E . ' . 'li H, ,h lhVMYfM1i ni. U h I Ernnnmira QHPHUMUFPH SAMUEL ALPERN SAMUEL W. BROWNE Pittsburgh, Pa. Wllklnsbufg- P?- Fifth Avenue High School GEORGE W. ANDERSON Ashtabula, O. Ashtabula High School J. RAYMOND BALDRIDGE Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe Hi h School IZA IC Wilkmsburg High School H. F. BURNSWORTH Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School Musical Clubs JOHN Ross BURNS BYERS Coraopolis, Pa. Assistant Biseball Manager: Glee Club PAUL J. BAUM Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy W. DUNCAN BERRYMAN Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School A'l'A Coraopolis High School Assistant Basketball Manager: Pitt Week- ly: Musical Clubs: Band: A. O. O. F. R. H. COLEMAN Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Prodigals: Bug Club Captain Freshman Basketball Team: Bug Club: Swimming W. D. BEswIcIc fb I' A Los Angeles, Cal. Cap and Gown C. R. BILLINGS ll K X Pittsburgh, Pa. Taft School Yale John Hopkins Track H. BLOOME Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Debating W. W. BOOTH EA IC Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School Pitt Weekly: Track Squ WILLIAM BROMLEY Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School University of Michigan I. ad: Bug Club C. D. COUNCIL Mars Hill, N. C. Mars Hill College JOSEPH S. CRAIG .E X Sewickley, Pa. St. Luke's School Bug Club: Druids Freshman Football Ma C. EDWIN CRAWFORD Keene. O. Coshocton High School E. L. DAVIDSON Ingram, Pa. Crafton High School CHARLES D. DELPHEY, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Cap and C-own: Assistant Cheerleader: Senate: Bug Club EDGAR C. ECKI-IARDT E K II Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Track I nager l9l7 EA IG Two hundred nineteen ECONOMICS MAURICE FINKELHOR HA KD Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School University of Michigan FRANK E. FINLEY CID F A Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School . Assistant Football Manager: Freshman Baseball Manager HARVEY S. FISHER Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Musical Clubs lsADoRE l. FRANKEL HA KD Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Bug Club:' Cap and Gown MORRIS M. FREED Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Pitt Weekly CHARLES FRIEDMAN Ashtabula, Pa. Ashtabula High School W. C. GARNER Mercer, Pa. Mercer High School Pitt Weekly GEORGE J. GORMAN EIA E Shields, Pa. Allegheny High School L. G. GRAHAM QA H Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Pitt Players JAMES C. HAMILTON fl' I' A Pittsburgh. Pa. Shadyside Academy Cap and Gown: Class President QZJ EDGAR S. HASSLER Grove City, Pa. Grove City High School Band W. H, HECKERT Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School W. A. HELMAN lrwin, Pa. lrwin High School M. E. HANNUM A 21 II Pittsburgh. Pa. Crafton High School Pitt Weekly: Class Baseball QU Two hundred twenty FRANCIS J. HORVATH Farrell, Pa. Woodlawn High School EDWARD HOWARD A E 'IP Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Bug Club EUGENE P. HOWARD A E 111 Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Cap and Gown: Class Secretary CZD: Bug Club PAUL C. JENNINGS Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh South High V. A. JEVON A E Tl New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School Panther Art Staff: Pitt Wee : Club: Musical Clubs CU QZQ: Druids: Class Football ROBERT E. JOHNSTON 2 X California, Pa. California Normal Football: Senate A. B. KLINE .EA IC Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Porter Military Academy Penn State College Cap and Gown HERBERT KNOLL Mclieesport, Pa. Mclieesport High School EDWARD R. LEUSCHNER A 'I' A Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy Bug Club JOHN D. LUTES EA E Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School Freshman Basketball H. T. MCKEE Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh South High School JAMES S. MACKEY Freeport, Pa. McKees Rocks High School ARTHUR T. MADISON Monessen, Pa. Monessen High School Track kly Panther ECONOMICS WILLIAM S. MAsTEN E X Pittsburgh, Pa. Hill School Pitt Weekly: Track Apprentice: Bug Club FRANK B. MAXFIELD Bangor, Maine Bangor High School ' I Assistant Manager Football: Advertising Manager Panther: Manager Cap and Gown l9l7 I. A. MAZER Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Social Science Club J. C. MILLER, JR. A T A Homestead, Pa. East Liberty Academy Q Bug Club: Senate: Class Vice-President QU J. M. MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. Westinghouse High School Track ROBERT MILLER 'D 1' A Manor, Pa. Greensburg High School Apprentice, Basketball G. W. MORRISON Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Mt. Pleasant High School J. S. MoRRow EA IC Pittsburgh, Pa. Tome School Shadyside Academy Bug Club: Assistant Manager Cap and Gown: Hockey QU J. J. PAGLIN Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Pitt Weekly: Debating HARRY POLLOCK HA fl' Kittanning, Pa. Kittanning High School Pitt Panther , HENRY E. REA E X Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy Bug Club BURTON J. ROBINSON Sharon, Pa. Sharon High School J. W. Ross Medina, O. Mercersburg GUSTAV S. Sci-IRAMM Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh South High School Band JAMES HANNA SCOTT fl' I' A Wellsburg, W. Va. Wellsburg High School Assistant Cheerleader: Cap and Gown: West Virginia Club GEORGE E. SHARPE Pittsburgh, Pa. Knoxville High School 'l-lARoLD G. SHIRK E K TI Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Assistant Cheerleader: Musical Clubs UQ: Pitkin Club: Bug Club D. H. SIES E X Davenport, la. Davenport High School Varsity Football QU QD: Track fl J: Druids JACOB W. SIMON Pittsburgh, Pa. Il A 411 Pittsburgh Central High School FRANKLIN B. SMITH Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Prodigal Club: Panther Club BENJAMIN SOCHATOFF Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School OTTO A. STEIRT Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Washington-Jefferson College F. W. SWARTZ A 21 II Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Panther I. Swxss Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Central High School International Polity Club ORLANDO C. TI-IoRNToN A H E Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Pennsylvania Two hundred twenty-one ra' , 1 ll S I I I Ogm s - S - - A 1' c -..-. - ... 1... .fee-Qfejv I . 'NF-Wm 5 - -v ' , 2 ' . J f- If N EPP' --af f , X W' S ' 0 al 4 . I ei' E c o N o M 1 c s A I I I Russsu. C. TIBBOTT Ebensburg, Pa. Ebensburg High School University of Pennsylvania Cx-:Annes H. Wssr A E II Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy I Swimming Joi-:N E. Wnscsi. Elizabeth, Pa. Elizabeth High School Track CHARLES A. WILLIAMSON Pittsburgh. Pa. South High School Band C. L. Wmcx-rr ' EA E Jamestown, N. Y. . Jamestown High School Bug Club: Class Basketball CD l ' I :HI '1 I 0 I Two hundred iwenty two 1.1 3 'ta-A 1.-p H557 '-S "' FE'-T f' -4 p. Q 9.-- ECONOMICS A U U D , si Nifty I ff ig i'S,ijtg'f',. if ,I JOHN H. ALLEMAN Greensburg, Pa. JULIUS BENJAMIN ALPERN Pittsburgh, Pa. ISADORE AMDURSKY Pittsburgh, Pa. G. A. ASCHMAN A '.I' A Pittsburgh, Pa. WALTER ASHBAUGH East Liverpool, O. GEORGE AUFDERHEIDE Pittsburgh, Pa. OSCAR L. BAIR E X Eliwood City, Pa. THURMAN I... BARNARD Erie, Pa. LEO J. BERBACH Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH JOHN BEREZNAY Clairton, Pa. CHARLES DEWITT BIER Pittburgh, Pa. JOSEPH BONIDY New Kensington, Pa. ANTHONY BOSICA Pittsburgh, Pu. JOHN S. BOYD, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. MORRIS BRENNER Pittsburgh, Pa. LESTER BRINLEY Tarentum, Pa. HAROLD F. CAHOON Ben Avon, Pa. EMERY CHAPIN Pittsburgh, Pa. E iirunnmirs ZHrvshnwn ARTHUR THOMAS COLE Greensburg, Pa. WESLEY RENNER COOK Pittsburgh, Pa. JAMES NEVIN COULTER Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY DAVIDSON Pittsburgh, Pa. MAURICE DAVIS Pittsburgh, Pa. llVfl1 IRWIN JOSEPH DEAN Pittsburgh, Pa. ISADORE E. ECKER Rankin, Pa. JOHN EMUEL Pittsburgh, Pa. JULIUS CHESTER EIRLANGER HA fb East Liverpool, O. ARTHUR FALLON Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH H. FAUSET Wilkinsburg, Pa. LYNAM CHRISTOPHER FEENEY Pittsburgh, Pa. ' NELSON LARSHAW FERGUSON Ben Avon, Pa. WILLIAM J. FOSTER Pittsburgh, Pa. HENRY D. FULTON Pittsburgh, Pa. THOMAS W. GAMBLE Pittsburgh, Pa. HAROLD O. GOODMAN Clarksburg, W. Va. JOSEPH A. GOODMAN A 'I' A Pittsburgh, Ps. Two hundred twenty-three Ifm I I ' ' -' WM -. - ,T M I .IJ V53 f 'Jiri -- .- I 3 9 f -1"".45" R-1F?:f I .rw 1' ' fwgi. JIWIIQD ..7'- I " 'ERS i 5 33? 'Ee , , -1' no U19-E. fi..-.. ol-1, ' ' A E c o N o M I c s ' l A I HENRY CAMPBELL Gow. JR. WILLIAM BURNETT MILLER A T A Plttibl-ll'8I'h PH- Staunton, Va. HAROLD GRAEBING 'q' Leetsdale, P... CEQQQQJQSIXIOQQOW . WILLIAM A. GREGORY M N E X P'tt'b"'g"' Pa' Eil'.IIIIe1CiF1'3a. I I I z i I I. Ill I. sw -af- ...T Lf -. WILLIAM J. GRIFFITH. JR. Pittsburgh, Pa., NORMAN DANIEL CUE Pittsburgh, Pa. W. RICHEY HAMILTON fl' I' A San Antonio, Texas WALTER S. HANNA East Sullivan, Me. CLYDE EDWARD HARTZELL Knoxville, Pa. HOWARD SHERMAN HELT Bellevue, Pa. MARCELLIN M. HOEVELER Pittsburgh, Pa. J. W. INGLEPIELD KD I' A Coraopolis, Pa. ATA HELENA AGNES IVORY Carrolltown. Pa. BENJAMIN JACOBSON Braddock, Pa. PARKER JONES New York, N. Y. LEON W. KELLY A 21 CD Tioga. Pa. JAMES F. KIRK Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY LEVINE Pittsburgh, Pa. ORMAN I. LEWIS, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILIP H. LEWIS Punxsutawney, Pa. FREDRICK J. LIND Pittsburgh. Pa. HARRY I. LIPNITZ Latrobe, Pa. DAVID C. MCDONALD Wilkinsburg, Pa. THOMAS MCKEAN MCKENNAN Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN J. MCLEAN Homestead, Pa. R. A. McPHERsON Bellevue, Pa. NATHAN MALYN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. SAMUEL MILLER Pittsburgh. PB- CHARLES F. NEILsoN A T A Pittsburgh, Pa. MAuRIcE A. NERNBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN BALZER NICKLAS Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILLIP C. NYDES Pittsburgh, Pa. ARTHUR OLIVER Ben Avon, Pa. JAMES D. PATTON Ford City, Pa. ADELAIDE PEACH East Liverpool, O. A. R. PETERSON Wilcox, Pa. MAx M. POCHAPIN Pittsburgh, Pa. RALPH ADAMS POLLOCK Pittsburgh, Pa. PRISCILLA EVELYN PORTER Munhall, Pa.. WILLIAM L. REED Pittsburgh, Pa. JosEPH Z. RIDALL Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM RITCHIE St. Louis. Mo. HAROLD K. ROBINSON Pittsburgh. Pa. HARRY ROSENBERC. Pittsburgh, Pa. MORRIS ABRAHAM ROEENBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH H. ROSENSHINE Pittsburgh, Pa. HAROLD E. ROWLAND Pittsburgh, Pa. - HARRY SAUL Pittsburgh, Pa. MYER SAUL Pittsburgh, Pa. MAURICE SCHNEIROV Pittsburgh, Pa. ALPHUS HOWARD MILLER AUBREY WILLIAM .SCHOFIELD fl' I' A San Antonio, Tex. HARRY G. SCHWARTZ Rankin, Pa. Two hundred twenty-four IA I . ... . .. ' ' '-- peru -,., - . - -..-.,.-,.. ...,.. I ,, . ,,--JJ, -. . .... .. ,-,.-,, . , . tw! I L 4.4 Fry -14 VW mzfff, ' CHARLES S. SEATON New Salem, Pa. FRANK J. SI-IEA Irwin, Pa. JOHN B. SI-IowAL'I:ER 2 X Pittsburgh. Pa. FRANCES SILVERMAN McKees Rocks, Pa. LYELI.. SHEARER SPANGLE Williamsport, Pa. DAVID TABACI-INICK Portland, Me. WILLIAM J. THOMAS Weeclville, Pa. THOMAS A. THORNTON- Pittsburgh, Pa. ORsoN W. WILCOX ID I' A Wellsboro, Pa. AUDREY C. WILLIAMS. JR. Ravenna. O. HARRY S. WINER Pittsburgh. Pa. ALBERT WITTMER, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. A. K. WOOD - Pittsburgh, Pa. ZAREH EDWIN YARDUM Pittsburgh, Pa. ECONOMICS c c. ge' "ll -Y "I III lv : l I J 1 ' f ii!!! F.. . I in-1 Two hundred twenty-fifuc 0 1, ' '1 1-uv ' 4 V - L' gg J A62 ,L ... - ...ies . ..f-1. 'Ji 5 xg "K ,f7mfilvr-'MQXHH 0:5 ' . , . A 5 'F""X ,ffl f-. " 1 fl -W-H' '--- W mn-M I K ff" Q ' in f -' ""' ....-............ . . ,....,,....,,, ,, ..-.-- ,. x M--v-' 'Ax Qu.. Q ' i-"',.i,f3 935 nf" iff. lf v?"gZ',,. X . 1 ' -... N ' 1 ' F515 VW, M fxmj-331,ig..-.k. . . ..-.,,......,.-a....4:'.-x,jp,,.Q,551g:,,, HA J .M f,,,f1.e,gg Aa ,Q '-1 Q4 , ' ' :F ' 5, 'R V , . V?-, 1 1 5 WNY V I' , I lr W : ,fwg ' ' F ' , E L N . 5 4 . , L .Q 3, , Emfi my E 3 ps 1 W v' , , ,,, , 1. ps , g, wi u' ui - I vi IP f rl? xi: sw LF? E HH ,L lf' QI? 1 V! M1 zz - nlf ma vii W! iff 'E' ' 'Ui if ls. sz " rn , , A LN. gig , R 1, 4 TU N Vi :.,1 gif M A, H SH : H fl 1 1 5 W KI' 0,1 Q15 M. +1 Ili 15. wc 1: , , , I 1 " "ze ig! ,H 'I H! lm ff! Wi HI li? .Hg EH fi! -" ,Il , J' I, W-' rf 1 s wx: Ma IZQTI " " 15311 Lij ffl T' ,TIQ11 at -, , A M' 1 if-,ifi Two llIHl!ifL'Ii twenty-six 'g. .' V., ! A -. , 4 . - Sy .R .-1 ,HN A. N . .... . . Q, . ,L.. ..,.. ,,,.f 'N g xx , , .1 W, .... -nl md, 7,5 W . --.uxgihj -3, IK "wi, xhf' I ,,' lf"F""'m--5 'QQ' 5, ,. ..,,... .,.. .,.A.... ..-...,.,. M.-- ..... ........,..,...-,.-v...,.,..,,,.,,,,,,,,m,,,,,,,.,w,,f"'L.Wv-'LH M'-.,,.-"' ,W M ,.,.,, ,,,. -,... ,. , ..... ,. A..4,.. H, ..,. ,W ...A,. -. .4 , I 'rf H ' ff' ' ' --------W- -M ww-,Nm--.-V-,.4...-.-M... T. ,.u. .....- .4.....' 1 N"!.AtZ',Q,,.4.QQQL:.2fQ. 'Life' 1, .I fri-MH ."'i,,N:i,3g': h ,i'.,.T" .1 -. . 4 . --. at xx L. I M,.'4A...A , .. ... A.. .WA ..w , . L - vm,-.., V- 4...,.m- " Wi .M ,,,W,.,.......-.. W A . .w...M,.v..f , .--""'- -'H' , - , .......W..., L? vii. w, U' , ,Q , , 4 b - ' ,un 1-lf! ,, J ix' ' l X V xx'-N14-f-.M'f':'gM' "wg" - X... ., y,-. k , Ry' 'v K nm f-, N ,J ,, : g,,.,!, .,.W, , V , J . H - 1 4,1 , - 4, '. ,f- I W K ,, . ,, EVENING SCHOOL' X f y ' z V A S-4 , "Az , x MW n X I fv 1 M. wp F r lm 1 .g A ,,fI'f NIV? V, W, 4, H iw? 114' sm Wi sim M! f Iii' W mf 11,1 Qu .L 4 , - W ,N W, wie I, 1: OH' , ,lg I .I - , ii i M I i X, 4: lv XI sg 2? 11? iii 5,1 is si! , :Ez T121 . Hi . xg! . 1, ,, X li Eu I1 !a ix! 1 ffl My HU ::, i4' mx s .f '-X. J' W . V, ll I 1 M Wi! HK 3 Two hundred twenty-seven F Iwmfl' fl ,-f"".. ,f-' Wy, , .,X,. W' ,xf ,.. 1,.,,..-mf" " f 15 . N.. - X 1 , W-N-'Q 'Z .f-f' ' M' '. I a xx -1 - , x 1 - 4 ,AN n,..A, , . . ,. V' MUN 1 , ..!W , 4 , ,, 5 ' I ni 1 :M n I .M 3 .M 4 .M . .fm ,X .I I, f x -xv , y-3, , , k l.. Lf 1..,.M,,g, m.-K,2,,,, , 5 1 ei i J uw ffi 5 ' K1 5 K - if- fiT'?ff:'7'ffr"'V A 'ICD fi e -- ., M- ---, fi ' 'XXX -- L- .. JIU ' J an o ul w ,,1 it Q 'Hi N' if EVENING scuoor. ffl ggilr . 57 A' ir Y wi Y D Im Armen "'Q""""' A , M, . .. 4 of ia! f Sn iff'uimmL J Q it fr""W"" 4 'A- .K A " ' yt, ff ,ge-i'W,,,, ZX 64 5 fx: ,,,, If., 2 ul, V4 ill. , "f51,g.':LL"2 ' U x ,dxf lb if Q jg 4 ff , lllljff 2 sf' 61lff,1,'7-f,.6.. "H WU Q04 X ' f T 1 WF l in N f A . N' Z rf U i 0 ,i f f' Q' we ,V if . my e 1 , , fl! e 4 " wa.. w'ff,f'G4,Lff XG 4 -ii. mud m.,-nina? g 5 K -, ,T ..,-1 . W mf-wffff v,...W,Yl:' " P E A 5 l ' il 'ifil'l,lIZ,i . ,? 'ily Jmlj,,Iflllli,-Hffyffyf X 7 'i'afI' !f ffgi'1 'Jail il ' gy if-,iw f , - 1 " I A ' 'f ff' f.idI,"-'15 .1 :lu le e 1-A ia n? Wm' X 1 2lf?2?i1142F'Wlffrf+'WWv T fir 59 H, 4 W,l",' ' 5' 'W' " V-Yin 'Q ',,'f4w..m111...a , W MW-'fff' "6rF"""'IfW" " V'- X ,,. -1-3wnu11.f:uW if ,-Qfiiir 'rw HHwvllf,, v,,:,,'.N , fn U4 Je 1, M pu mr' yu I W 1 -1,111-Vi'l'1. X ?:,i,grhnmw 9 '- Jld ""' "" l I flfl an rl 151-'yy Ui.: 1-'5'+-uhbyggig R ' 4 X' 4 " EconorrjCS J a if , i pdflllers. fra.-ir g," ,Q-V an - f"Ygj "4-" 'A' AYVQ film., qi "ui ll if DEAN I-IOLDSWORTH'S DREAM Many, many years may come: many, many years Till Dean Holdswortlfs dream is a reality, Gee how glad we'll be, and then you will see,' He'll make them gran! an Evening School degree, Many, many years from now. Two hundred twenty-eight may go Pf , ix ,.T, Mf e geg, 'sl M 3 L, I M I-mf fi gg l i lim ll .- 1 :pairfiffflfffff11ff""'5'5fLiiEElf1f7iijf5N -g 11' E' ii-EJ EVENING SCHOOL, iiuvning Erunnmira iE3EPI1UiUP QIHIIIIIIUTPP Two lumdred twenty-fzilm J-ll. 3x EVENING SCHOOL .Q Q, fl' W- MV "' ss. 9H s ' ff ' 'QXKQ 'J ' Mitt Uraffir Anznriatinn ROBERT BADEN . N, E, BECKER . . CHAS. E. BENSON P. J. BOYLE . . E. L. BREEN . LILLIAN BRINGLING W. T. CANAN . MAX COHEN . . C. C. COMPTON . C. R. EGE . . KAYE W. ESTEP . MABEL P. FERGUSON C. R. FLEMING . C. E. FORSYTH PARKS R. GARRETT Jos. L. GEFFEN . M. T. HAHEY . GUSTAL D. I-IAMMAR P. P. HARNER . D. Jos. I-IARTER . L. H. HAPPE . . Roar. F. HILL . LEWIS D. JAMES . Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Kittanning, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lincoln Place, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dravosburg, Pa. Crafton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Braddock, Pa. McKeesport, Pa. Duquesne, Pa. Kittanning, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.. N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa L" 'fm W N .Two hundred thirty QWIJQQQ gg r'.r V- -l-' -.--.- A lf'-lffriifeilifffsizg Q f L.-- ,,,, ,,,. .-,,,,,,,. gg g T g 9 PU H ' -Q M f msn - Q - EVENING SCHOOL' :QW fm ow my ' L r' I 400 . . R r W 'v V 9' al ' lin! JOHN J. JoYcE M. KELLERMAN . JAs. L. KELLY I. KERNER . M. C. KOONTZ . Joi-IN O. LEE , . D. LENCHER . J. E. LoRENz . Lov1'rz . . G. H. MCCONNELL T. J. MCGEE . . Juuus MARxow1'rz E. J. MAUSHART . Cx-IAS. D. MERVIS F. J. Mic!-:AUD . . R. J. MICHELFELDER . F. W. NANZ . . P. C. PoYN'rz . F. C. RUSH . . F. A. W. Sci-:AUM S. SHILLMAN . . ELMER A. SOBER . T. B. TEJAN . . W. V. THOMPSON W. TSCHAPPAT . . ' Q v 55 1 Pittsburgh, Pai. Pittsburgh, Pa. Crafton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. S. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Braddock, Pa. Aspinwall, Pa. Homestead, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Carnegie, Pa. Sheridan, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Crafton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Kittanning, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. liazz' r" 101 7 wo hundred thirty one OTgfX7'I..z L 6 . . 04 J J T W - M0 pil C . . be f P P W P I -J gg M "" 'ffs 1'isfffff'""2:f"'E'r""':EQiff?EE1f as EVENING SCHOOL Enening Ernnnmirz ivninra T-:vo 111111517061 H1 irty-Iwo A I ,T ,. ,Vx I Y M. 1. . .fr ll ,I., l EVENING SCHOOL F .:f K IKE M ff I if .vfv ,Yi 4 3 ,I l I I, Ill, ,ll NN' 'lr' I! UI il ,Ir I .WI l, I :I ll ll li IE, lill fi II i Il 5 Il I sl ! ll Ill! ll. I1 ! lx! Isl. ll I I VI ll All 'slr .... .... Rf 'v lp Q3 fill' I L -.--Q ilr L xl 9 . is ' f i ' S gil gill . I I li u . III II 'lm A .I ll lil e H . Ili s. ll I I l I nvegl' FQ., ., I V N U I iinrning Erunnmir Swninrz GEORGE LEWIS ARNOLD A KW' Pittsburgh, Pa: "Each morning opens the door upon fresh opportunities-if you would succeed you must know them." SAMUEL Wooo BERRY Pittsburgh, Pa. "He who knows not whither he is going will very likely fall into a ditch-but a wise man maps out his steps before he begins his jour- ney. JOHN LAWRENCE BINGI-IAM A K W' Pittsburgh, Pa. "Spanish-American Veteran." "Fight for success in life as energetically as you would iight on the battle-field. I crave for a purer democracy." J. G. CASSEL Pittsburgh, Pa. "Don't drift-no man arrives unless he has a well conceived plan mapped out as to where he is going." KENNETH GAssAwAY Edgewood Park, Pa. "Noise proves nothing. Often a hen who has merely laid an egg cackles as though she had laid an asteroid." ELVERA HAMSTROM Pittsburgh, Pa. The first co-ed grad of the Evening School. Though exceedingly fair to look upon, she is unbelievably unconcerned. "A girl is sometimes called 'giddy' because she makes the young men's heads swim." WILLIAM G. HUNT A K W' Pittsburgh, Pa. "The things we get for nothing, are seldom worth the price. And most of all the thing we call 'Gratuitous advice.' " FRANK M. KEYSER Pittsburgh, Pa. "System is the harness that evenly distrib- utes the strain and permits big loads to be car- ried with ease." DAVID LENCI-IER Pittsburgh, Pa. "Harmony untangles, pacifies, regulates, enlightens and uplifts-it sweetens the task and mellows the day's work." W. A. MUNSON A KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. "The practice of economy is one of the prime essentials to success and happiness. I find more pleasure in saving than spending." Two hundred thirty-three M. rf-2 A fs. -' - . -..., f - ft' . , , ..e...., ..... ,. .......,..-... .. .,.. , L ,.. .. .,,,... , ,.. .. ..f iv vw X If ulx W.,-.ff NL!! 'I .,.--- L.,.-...i:a-T'j""" ..,. ,Milf A T.. MM X i I ,I . I -r-wi,--1. . .. . - , .,., . uv.. fin A. N., , ,M ., ,, A It rag., 4 ,.,..,,,,. ...f .- 'V' " 9- 'Ui--.-Q--F7 tw W... .. iLE...,,,j,f.,....".4. ..-V -A .i.h...a.- J- .. .i.-L...-..:r.-..a,..... "N" ' W, - f-mf' " . ,V ,nw-.,. ., ., ... ,L ff""Ww EVENING SCHOOL L 1 z . I l fs J gg g E 22 1fF'i, ALj' w 2 ' SXSW W' 'W l v VICTOR T. REED A KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. "I give Mrs. Reed due credit for my four years at Pitt. My greatest study besides ac- counting is, Berry." Aucusr WILLIAM RUTTKAMP A I' fb Pittsburgh, Pa. "It requires some will power to appear un- concerned when the wife tells you that you have been talking in your sleep." WILLIAM C. TOLLER A I' fb Pittsburgh, Pa. "Give me a 'Big Marsh' and car fare to Wil- kinsburg and l'll return the compliment with smx es. J. NORMAN WILSON A KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. . "Do everything for the girl you love except marry her." JAMES H. YOUNG. Jn. A P fb Edgewood Park, Pa. "People who are awful simple are simply awful." HENRY R. HAMMER A KW' Millvale, Pa. "l believe in prohibition. unconditionally. Drink is a paradox. Everybody-whether they are in favor of it or against it-wishes it , put down." I ij gin: 3 ,5 W W 6 Two hundred thirty-four' E A 0 0. g Q q I , A U " f f'255f""':: A M I ' J- fo' - . EVENING SCHOOL Am. I , msg: H F1 6' gb!!! Q i A j1'.k"'ii4 ,,nh , h x In in I-IhVXEY2 !i!za. f'. ,fi , 1 M.E.'km.s- Enening Ernnnmir Smphnmnrrn LOUIS ABBRUZZO Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY W. ALLERS Pittsburgh, Pa. CLARENCE F. K. APPEL Pittsburgh, Pa. WM. HENRY ASHFORD Pittsburgh, Pa. OLIVER A. ATKINSON Pittsburgh, Pa. WALTER SCOTT BARNES Pittsburgh, Pa. HORACE CHRISTIAN BECK Pittsburgh, Pa. VIRGIL E. BENNETT Rochester, Pa. R. C. BERGMANN Ambridge, Pa. HERBERT C. BOWERS Wiikinsburg, Pa. PATRICK JOSEPH BOYLE Pittsburgh, Pa. HERBERT E. BREESE Pittsburgh, Pa. MARLIN DALE BURNS Pittsburgh. Pa. MAX COHEN Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH W. CONNELL Pittsburgh, Pa. OWEN F. CONNELLY Pittsburgh, Pa. F. P. COWEN Pittsburgh, Pa. JAS. KING DAVIS Pittsburgh, Pa. FRED J. DEMME Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES E. DOUGLASS Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES J. DRUMMOND Pittsburgh, Pa. K. A. DUNCAN Ambridge, Pa. CHARLES ROBERT EGE Wilkinsburg, Pa. ALBERT H. ERTEL Carnegie, Pa. LEON E. FELMETH Pittsburgh, Pa. Jos. L. GEFFEN Pittsburgh, Pa. S. W. GIBB Sewickley, Pa. CONRAD T. GROSS Pittsburgh, Pa. LOUIS T. G. HAASE Pittsburgh. Pa. TH05. EDWIN HARVEY Sbarpsburg, Pa. HARRY F. HELMIG Pittsburgh, Pa. MAX HENRICI Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN A. HOLLINGSWORTH Pittsburgh, Pa. C-EO. A. HOLMSTRON Pittsburgh, Pa. ELLIS K. HUNT Pittsburgh. PR. JOHN J. JOYCE Pittsburgh, Pa. WILBERT FRED. KING ' Pittsburgh, Pa. D JAMES L. KING Pittsburgh, Pa. A Pdf Two hundred tlzirlg fi'U P' b h, P . DAVID H. LIGHT 'tts mg 8 I1 J sql EDWIN KLEE EVENING SCHOOL WM. J. PROVOST W- i th , ' sr -5 Pittsburgh, Pa. WM. A. KONRAD Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN ELMER LAMMERT Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN F. LEHRIAN A I' fb Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. ROBERT L. LIPPERT Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN EDWARD LORENZ Carnegie. Pa. LOUIS LEVY Pittsburgh, Pa. A. C. LUcAs Sewickley, Pa. CHARLES WARREN LUNK Pittsburgh, Pa. ANsON J. McCoOIc Pittsburgh. Pa. CHARLOTTE MCKINNEY Pittsburgh, Pa. ROBERT A. MAGILL Banksville, Pa. CHARLES A. MARTIN Wilkinsburg, Pa. LESLIE E. MARTLEW Pittsburgh, Pa.. CHARLES DANIEL MILL Pittsburgh, Pa. CLARENCE W. MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES J. MOSHER Pittsburgh, Pa. RUSSELL C. NIEMEIER A I' II, Pittsburgh, Pa. W. C. OWENS Pittsburgh, Pa. CLARENCE C. PARFET Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH D PATTERSON Ben Avon, Pa. CHARLES F. POWELL Pittsburgh, Pa. ALFRED J. PRESSING Avalon, Pa. Two hundred thmfy .wx Pittsburgh, Pa. CLIFFORD W. ROADS Duquesne, Pa. FREDERICK A. ROI-IRMANN JR Pittsburgh, Pa. WALTER LAWRENCE SEBRING A I' III PAUL H. SEMLER Pittsburgh, Pa. C. B. SI-IEPARD Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN W. SI-IIBLER Pittsburgh, Pa. FRED WALKER SHIELDS Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY WILBUR SIEBERT Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILIP SIMONS Swissvale, Pa. JAS. E. SMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. AUGUST SMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. H. L. SOLOMON Pittsburgh, Pa. ALMOND JOHN SORG Aspinwall, Pa. RUSSELL F. SULLIVAN Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILLIP C. TOBERG Pittsburgh, Pa. WM. H. TREUscH Pittsburgh, Pa. G. R. VOLTZ Pittsburgh. Pa. ERNEST J. WAGNER Beaver Falls, Pa.. RAYMOND GEO. WEIGAND Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRY M. WELSH Edgewood Park, Pa. HUGH C. WILD McKeesport, Pa. HAROLD K. WOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. ,L L- .3 . - ' www M, ,L.' '1-........-- .... .....--. fart I I ' ' A3 ' lm pw w ,mp .zk.',,.- Vi 4 ' ' 1 EVENING scHooLt Q 5 i I I ,I I A ! ,II a A I , ifbkg I N U E3 fi - st- ff! 3 . , ,- 'QS-f 1,. I s, .A r, -J' f - ,F , - .-af - -f?++-f NM-IFE f f f . FT, -,V 5. -. .,' Y Q YV s . L . f!1?f'ie+,ff f 11, I w ' 'I I I H H m, I - I 2 I I Euvning lirnnnnur Emrvalgman 1 ANNA A. ADAMS EDWIN L. BREEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. CLgz'rIsbI-I. ALLISON AIIEA lVLARYhBizDEwER E itts urgh, Pa. itts urg I H- , HAYWARD M, ANDERSON WM: ,IENNINGS BRYAN BRosMAN 3 Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh- Pa- 1 Jog? A. ARMIZTRONC. CHIQS- BEOIEVN 1, iquippa, a, lttS urg , a. ' Grigxncri LEEIITDARNOLD MSITHQ A-hBlE0WN , itts urg , a. Itts urg ' a' I ETISIEL SAAYES BAER R'-GI, FRANK l?DUCHMAN Ig itts urgh, Pa. CSWICW- H- Djgllp FRANK BEACH FEEIXfTHOhlgAS BRYANT , ittsburgh, Pa. fa ton. H- C, W, BEESE JOHN THOMAS BURKE Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh- Pa- Cisi- Y Bram JR- Cf1'l':,3Z'Eei2IT"SSLL ltS urg , a. - ' JA? F,tl?ERl,:Rg1N0 ,IAISQIVSLSOEI CSMPBELL itts urg , a C Ona - 5- I KENNETH BLACK KATHRYN CAVITT Q Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa- 'I SABIN BOLTON HOMER I... CLAPFER 1 Pittsburgh' Pa, Swissvale, Pa. M. EORLAND GIis?k?I:WMl?NPCLARK 5 eswic , Pa. I s uri! I 3- ' HOMER BOWE5 G. WILLARD COLE, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa- f EDSVARE B.hB?DWKER NfgfnAg E1-ll-WIQOD CA'-E 5 itts urg , a. I s ur8 - H- l THOMAS BOYD, JR, CHESTER Coox COMPTON 1 Pittsburgh' Pa. Lincoln Place, Pa. HARRY WILLIAM Bovn WADE H- CQNCT Wilkinsburg, Pa. New Bflghwn- Pa- 1 GEO P B JAS. M. CONNERS V 1,215 pQf'L om Pittsburgh, Pa. I Two lmndrcd tlzirty-sewn A I ,yew t I Q I 3 I ,Ax 'I I ,, I... .,,. I , J mf M, -w .. :qi GEO. F. CRONMILLER J . Pittsburgh Pa. MIRIAM DARB Pittsburgh, Pa. LEWIS L. DAVIS EVENING SC HOOL JAMES LUTHER GARDNER Millvale Pa. F. M. GARLAND Pittsburgh, Pa. ARTHUR GLUCK -10 ' 01 ff1i...Qa qq Ml- A dv I , R , ,JR Grafton, Pa. WM. LEWELLYN DAVIS Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilmerding, Pa. CLEMENT W. GELL fun Pittsburgh, Pa. V F'w5Q1'5'H? N'z:2:::a'.?M.:f:2.?MR BEN R. DAWKINS g ' ' Oakmont, Pa. Hginhg -J' Slam CARL THEODORE DIERKER I 8 urs ' 8' Pittsburgh, Pa. RFE. CLOLDIEN HERBERT J. DIETRICH 'tts urs ' Pa' Grafton. Pa. SYDPJEY GORDON CIEARLIES STIEWISART DOHERTY C Pntsgurgh' Pa' itta urg , a. HAS. .-GULLETTE, JR. F. E. DUCKWORTH Came81e- Pa- Pitfsbufih- Pa- FRANK GUNNING RAHPH DUFFET1' Pilft8blIl'gh, Pa. Pittsburgh' Pa- JAS. ARTHUR HAFER JAS. VAIL DUNHAM Pittsburgh, Pa. Piffsbufgh' Pa' FRED KARL HAHN ROBERT GILMORE DUNN Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilmerding' Pa' GUSTAV DAVID HAMMAR JAS. PAUL EAKIN pittsburgh, pa' Pittsburgh, Pa. E. C H MARGARET EDWARDS "ipvfag8ur'AhR"Pa AMSTROM Pittsburgh, Pa. J H H 8 ' ' ANNA A. EGAN ' t .ANCOCK Pittsburgh' Pa' Wiliunsburg, Pa. JESSE E,-DER JOHN WM. HANSHUMAKER Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh' Pa' ! LLOYD ELLERY LEO HENRY HAPPE Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh- P8- OLLIE FLOTZINGER TPIIQODORE F. HARNACK Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. MABEI. P. FERGUSON ABRAHAM A. HARRIS Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. A. J. FERSCH D- J- HARTER Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. JOHN MOFFAT FETHERSTON RALPH HAUCH Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. J. AI..LEN FISHER VIRGILNP. HAWSE Wilkinsburg. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. HENRY M. FLAHERTY FRILD J. HEINZ. JR. Edgewood Park, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. C. H. FLEMING, JOHN S. HENDERSON Aapinwall, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. CHAS. E. FORSYTH HARRY EARL HENRY W Dravosburg. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. I .i . T HARRY W. FRANKEL CHARLES F. HERBERT ,H , ' "jf Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. :JH ' M. W. FRISCH SIMON J. HERDT " Pittsburgh, Pa. Rochester. Pa. I I V I ' Ji Wfvi Two hundred thirty-eight 2'i'Ifii il 7:7 I rf- K'N"'w,,,.....-.....-----M---W.--W.- -.-W-L- .L ...- H-.- .. L .E . 1. , wr ,xl tw? .1-'--Q-A JV, WV, if, PS-x1"n1""qA- ,. L35it'-,,,-....,....,.-q:v:..-:.n.":i?..-..... 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Youngstown, Ohio FAYETTE J. IRWIN JAS. LLOYD Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. MARSHALL C. JACKSON JQHN GEORGE LUCAS Pittsburgh, Pa. Carrick, Pa. LEWIS D. JAMES WILBERT JAMES LYDICK Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. EDITH W. JAMES JOHN ELLIOTT MCCAHAN Pittsburgh, Pa.. Braddock, Pa. M. S. ,JENNINGS ALICE MCCLOSKEY Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. ARTHUR S. JONES WILLIAM H. MCCONNELL Pittsburgh, Pa. Aspinwall, Pa. GEORGE R. JONES SAMUEL WALLACE MCCUNE Pittsburgh, Ps.. Sewickley, Pa. HEl.EiN J. JOYCE WILLARD G. MCFADDEN Pittsburgh, Pa, Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN J. JOYCE THOS. J. MCGEE Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. FRED P. KAMENS MERRITT MARCUS MCINTOSH Pittsburgh, Pa. Cettii. Pa- WILLEMINA KAPTEYN JAS- W- MCKEE Pittsburgh, Pa, Steubenville, Ohio JOHN FRANCIS KENNEDY El-MER DAWE MACKEY Pittsburgh, Pa. McKeesP01't' PH- GILBERT ROBERT KINDERMAN Al-VIIN W- MP-NTZ Pittsburgh, Pa. Mlllvale- PH- THOS. F. KIRK FRANK J- MARCO I Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh- Pa- HARRY A. KISTLER GEO.. MARKELL Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg- P5- ALBERT G. KOLBE JULIUS MARKOWITZ Mclqeggpgrt, Pa, Homestead. Pa. LOUIS ANDOR KOMJ-ATHY THQS- WESI-EY MAR!-IN Homestead, Pa. Plftsbufgh- PH- CHARLES MCDONALD KOONTZ W- WA!-LACE MARTIN Pittgburgh, Pa, ' w1lklhSbUl'g, Pa. WM, BENJ, KUN-I-Z JOHN KYLE MATTHEWS I HH: Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa- :II QI! b' JOHN FREDERIC LANDAU .IAS-I H- MATTHEWS '6 , Pittsburgh, Pa. Pltfsbufgh- Pa- I R , 1. JQHN D, LAUGHAL5 EDWARD J. MAUSHART 1 ra' Pittsburgh, Pa. Aspinwall. Pa- 51 V - Two hundred thirty-nine 1 0 ,M ,I 'v I NM! f . S. , fgjigl f 3 ' .1E1ii3fl..'lE::,.,.. 55 , , 'W FRANK E. MAYER Pittsburgh Pa. PAUL L. MEEDER Pittsburgh, Pa. EDWIN TI-IOS. MELONEY Pittsburgh, Pa. rq J-L gs, , utils D -A ge EVFNING SCHOOL JOE C. PATTERSON Beaver Falls Pa. THEODORE H. PATTERSON Pittsburgh, Pa. gvl RAY C. PETTIT L Pittsburgh, Pa. . . I "' . 'fi-54 1. ' O -' :: ... WAKE-S.: O , I SAMUEL W. MENZIES Pittsburgh, Pa. HOWARD MEREDITH Pittsburgh, Ps. WALTER ERNEST MICHEL Pittsburgh, Pa. GLENN STEVENS MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. ' WARREN STARKE MILLER. Wilkinsburg, Pa. WM. A. MILLER Wilkinsburg, Pa. R. J. MILLER Sewickley. Pa. FRANK A. MOI-INEY Pittsburgh, Pa. J. M. MCCANDLESS Pittsburgh, Pa. ELMER J. MOHRI-IOFF Pittsburgh. Pa. WM. ESLER MONTGOMERY Crafton, Pa. BENJ. SEAMAN MOORE Wilkinsburg. Pa. CLARENCE MOOREHOUSE Crafton, Pa. FRANK R. MURDOCK Pitcairn, Pa. A. R. NEILSON Wilkinsburg, Pa. ALLAN S. NEILSON, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. ROBT. P. NELSON Pittsburgh. Pa. H. E. NESBIT Pittsburgh, Pa. CLARA L. NIEBAUM Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILIP H. B. NORRIS Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES B. NORTON Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES LEWIS NOSS Pittsburgh. Pa. W. E. PALMER, SR. Pittsburgh, Pa. W. E. PALMER, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. Fwo hundred forty HOWARD N. PIERCE Pittsburgh, Pa. LOUIS PLUNO Pittsburgh, Pa. NORMAN V. POPENEY Pittsburgh, Pa. ARCHIBALD PRENTICE Bellevue, Pa. WM. FRANKLIN PRICE Turtle Creek, Pa.. RAYMOND C. PROVOST Fair Haven, Pa. GEO. LANE RALSTON Freeport, Pa. WM. D. RANKIN Wilkinsburg. Pa. ANTON F. M. REETZ Millvale, Pa. HENRY C. RHODES Pittsburgh, Pa. EDWIN RICHARDSON Pittsburgh, Pa. ROBT. S. RITZ Pittsburgh, Pa. KATE ROBINSON Sharpsburg, Pa. ALFRED E. RONALD Pittsburgh, Pa. LIONEL B. ROTHROCK Crafton, Pa. PIETRO F. G. RUBERTS Pittsburgh, Pa. STANLEY G. RUPP Pittsburgh. Pa. FRANK B. SACK Pittsburgh, Pa. SAMUEL T. SAMPLE Swissvale, Pa. J. C. SCHINDLER Wilkinsburg, Pa. IRVIN WM. SCHMIDT Pittsburgh, Pa. EDWARD SCHOLZ Pittsburgh, Pa. SIMON CHESTER SCHONFIELD Pittsburgh, Pa. HENRY D. SCHUBERT Pittsburgh, Pa. CARL SCHUI-I I ' 'I I Pittsburgh, Pa. RUTH CONNOR SHEPPARD Pittsburgh, Pa. 531' LJ 3 'B ' I I V J I '. C' J " ' KW' Q-as - Egg.. J L A 9.9 3--9 - .-:: ,. j 0 J :, y,,g.-ff.-,,d EVENING SCHOOI' 4 W' 'm? sn- J 51- 'ar J N- QA wi 'T ' :qt T CLYDE O. SIPPEL HARRY E. TREUSCH Pittsburgh, Pa. Sharpsburg, Pa. RANDOLPH SMITH JAS. N. TRIMBLE New Kensington, Pa. McKeesport, Pa. LEE B. SMITH WM. TSCHAPPAT Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. EVA J. SMITH C. F. UHLMANN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. FRANK SIMPSQN SMITH RANDALL T. VAN PELT Pittsburgh, Pa.. Pittsburgh, Pa. GENETTA IONE SMYERS G. E. WADSWORTH Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Pittsburgh, Pa. ELMER ALBERT SOHER HARRY P. WALKER Pittsburgh. Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. MAX L. SROLOVITZ WM. A. WALLACE Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. T. J. STEWART ELDER R. WALLACE Wilkinsburg. Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. MILLARD F. S. STEWART I ROBERT H. WEITERSHAUSEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. A. D. STUBBLEBINE W. L. WHITE Pittsburgh, Pa. Swissvale. Pd- ALFRED STUBBS FRED T. WHITLINGER Pittsburgh, Pa. Wilkinsburg. Pa. DAVID J. SWAIN DAVID WHITMAN ' Ambridge. Pa. Pittsburgh. P8- WM. R. SYMONDS PAUL E. WILSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Ingram. Pa. OscAR E. TAYLOR EDWIN WILSON Pittsburgh, Ps. Piftsbufgh- Pa- CHARLES A. THOMAS HARVEY R- WOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa- CHARLES WM. TRAGER ROQERT YOUNG Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh- Pa- Louis ALVIN TRAUTMAN EDWARD ZIMMERMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa- V , l ll!!! 3 . 'J' It fd ' A , Two hundred forty-one I 1 I . .. -- - - - ,I 4' ' V J- W, 5: lwwgnd ,-,, W .,., :,-..--.-.-.-.... .... .-... .,.... M., ,..,,,..g:: QL- M-, er lt J , 'Q V " . E irq.":L151341:::::1Ef::L:gi'.'-r-'Q' 4--- ""IITI11'jL'?:,'E Ol? E , V, ,Mahi W M 2 . 77ve Hero Hard lines for' I0 Greefnbsx All i, 1 fbr' C TH , f E , Pe rode I .,A.,. , Two lmndrfd forly-Iwo 1 1 EDUCATION DEAN W. C., CHAMBERS. AB.. A. M. I Two lmzzdrcd ffzrty-tllrefr EDUCATION ' r Q -f fr' "i'Tr or A , A I "' S d x J il A R 'Q - " LW llllk all . 1 I I E - I fell lk: rw iii 'la iff- lii ml ldulll 'lf 1 n I ' ii up 1 '55 g E E HSA 2' l L 12 If r XC R1 'Xl Ehuraiinn Seninrz IONE Ausrafxw A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. Derry High School Hood College Classical Club: Y. W. C. A. A new senior in our midst. We like her so well that we wish she were a Freshman-that would make her twin with Vera in truth as well as in dress. LOUISE BORLAND KA 6-7 Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School Lucky Thirteen: W. A. A. l..ou is little and cute and flossy-looking, but she is not so frivolous as she looks. There is a lot of gray matter in her flaxen head. The very best company you could find when you want to be entertained. KATHERINE SELL Boivrz Z TA Greensburg, Pa. Greensburgh High School W. A. A. Kay is only partly with us-her heart went traveling westward some few weeks ago: but then, what's the diff?-there's a perfectly good one left in its place. Two lmmdred forty-four ALPHA HELEN BURKART Z 'FA A A N vpittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Lucky Thirteen: Senate 145: Executive Board. A girl of personality and charm that you can't resist, though till you truly know her, you may hold her a wee bit in awe. You see, she knows so much and does so may more things than the ordinary girl, sings, plays, re- cites, dances, is brilliant and good-looking. She is everything that is excellent-in woman. ANNABEL COOPER Falls Creek, Pa. Clarion Normal A "regular" student-actually worries if she hasn't done the advised outside readings. ISABEL EYLER Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School W. A. A. Blonde and serious is Isabel. And very reticent about her affairs. But we do know that Public Speaking is her P. A. EDUCATION REGINA HAUPT Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School W. A. A. One of those inexplicable girls who likes Math. and such awful things-a regular shark. None can put anything over on Gina: she knows how to stand up for her rights. DAVID Guclc Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School U. S. Naval Academy A sailor boy who will be in more demand than ever if the Germans get too familiar. Has acquired much nerve and courage in edu- cational visits to Homestead. . MARGARET HEAZLETT K H Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. Teaches sewing at Dormont school. She don't like kids with cork screw curls and sim- pering smiles, and she don't like to travel on three street cars and a train to practice teach- ing. lsn't that odd? RUTH HOGAN A A A Pittsburgh. Pa. Assistant frog cutter up at Schenley High. Another of our Pitt Co-eds that has a warm spot for Tech. JACOB KWALWASSER Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Oh well, you are not supposed to pronounce his name, so why worry? just call him Jake and succumb to the joy of listening to his wonderful music, for he's our Pitt Paderewski. LUCILLE LEONE LEwls Z TA Edgewood, Pa. Edgewood High School Y. W. C. A. , Lucy is a very distinguished woman-yes m. she's had appendicitisl She's one of those frail little mortals who looks as if a breath would blow her away, but don't fool yourself. she can go to fraternity house parties and dance five nights in succession and still l00l4 nice. EDITH Ei.xzA MATTHEWS A A N K TI New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School g ' Senate C453 Department Editor Pitt Weekly The Dean was disappointed that there was no man on the school Senate until he found that Edith was a senior member- l Cl 88 soon have her as Iwo men." She can do mo-re things and more efliciently than any other Zlfl in school. MYRA EVELYN MCBRIDE Z TA Pittsburgh, Pa. Indiana State Normal Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Council i Myra is "Aetna-izing" these days-no, not insuring her life, merely insuring her future livelihood in the manner of School of Ed. Seniors. But really, l don't think Myra need worry her head about that--what's the use when one has a voice and good looks. MARTHA MCNARY Z TA Canonsburg, Pa. Canonsburg High School W. A. A. You think she looks like a serious minded practice teacher-that's just her Oakdale look- She can be as frivolous and flirty as any when she chooses. Very much interested in Texas. A Texas University pin and a daily letter post. marked Dallas-we're getting considerable worried! CLARA Louisa MICHEL Parnassus, Pa. Parnassus High School Says she has no activities except practice teaching. Well, that ought to keep her pretty active. MARY LOUISE MOYE Z TA A A N Mt. Oliver, Pa. Knoxville Union High President W. A. A.: Lucky Thirteen Captain Co-Ed. Lou spends week-ends at Wheeling and charges camisoles on her bach- elor uncle's account. Possessed of a beau- tiful voice that came as much of a surprise to ber as to the rest of us. and which is a valuable instrument in that it can fuss Ed. B. George- some stunt. LUELLA PoLLocK Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Muskingum College Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. Can't get any dope on her: guess she must be pretty astute-it takes a clever one to keep things to herself around this school. CHESS AVA POWERS New Kensington, Pa. Slippery Rock State Normal W. A. A. ' - You ought to see ber handle a car. She likes everything about automobiles except teaching Crete to drive one. Two lumdred forty-five W' 9-9 A ..rn.:Zfi:..,i nA., 0 ...U S ge' -Ugg ll' EDUCATION qt J u -g ' 1.. HELEN Ralcl-I K U Carrick, Pa. , South Side High School W. A. A. You just ought to see Helen in her white cap and apron making a pudding or tart-she :is your ideal of a wholesome. cheery little cook. If you don't a ree to that, we know a certain bright-haired doctor who does. MARIE TRENAEY ScHMrr'r A A A Tarentum High School V Class Treasurer: Classical Club Little, piquant, with the most elusive dim- ple in her left pink cheek. You'd never be- lieve she is a senior, but she's on the Com- mencement Committee, so you'll have to ac- commodate yourself to the fact. EMMALINE HILDA SMITH Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School She was our big sister when we were a little Freshman. but being as how we towered over .her a foot or so, she never exercised her au- thority. h GOLDIE SOLOMON Beaver Falls, Pa. - Beaver High School A very ambitiousxyoung lady: she ought to succeed in the world for she sees that she gets what she wants and she wants to get every- thing that she sees. ANNA CECILIA SWANSON Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School No, she is no relation to Swansdown sugar except in the quality of sweetness. One of our English teachers said it was insipid to describe a girl as sweet, so perhaps Anna wont consider that a compliment. FLonA Mmm: V1cn.r Arnold, Pa. Amold High School Big black eyes. little black curls over her ears. a pleasant smile for everyone, that's Flora. Quite a musician and a perfect shark at French. J ,K I 'Two hundred forty-six ' -l9.,M ogmwvmgu gg gg g Y 1 'fm' ""r""fr ':":'ifi'?f'f'srjfi :iso ".'.'1' 1---1 as s,sa --fem: -A aaaa ... a a A rr e fm EDUCATION was m ix, A' ' N mf f A f Ehixratinn Zluninm CORRINE APPLEGATE. "Appy." McKeesport. Pa. McKeesport High School Franklin College Simmons College , - - Secretary H. E. A.: Women's Activities Association "Birdie" is an extremely studious sort of person who is never to be seen except in the classroom. By the way. what does H. E.. A. mean? MARY EWING Pittsburgh, Pa. Winchester School Mary is to be seen always with a troop of infants at her heels, for she is of the School of Childhood. f DORATHEA HITZFELDT Z 'l'A Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School W. A. A. Board: Bachelor Maids Dodie is a happy combination of school teacher, student and house keeper and is efficient at every one. Ask her how she likes slumber parties. ANNA MARTIN JONES Z TA Knoxville, Pa. Dilworth Hall Bachelor Maids: W. A. A. I know a preacher's daughter Who never orders water! No, "Hot'Fudge Sundaen is the cry That brings the sparkle to Anne's eye. Priscilla Ann is also the "pink of perfection" in the role of hostess to a slumber part. Two lllHldI'4'd forty-.va 1 l fKlff'9""L ' W- . q ' W Vw sq ly: ' ' " ::: : ALBERT Kuricsusmrrn Grapeville, Pa. ' Jeannette High School Speaks in a calm, drawling voice no matter what the excitement. A most imperturb- able individual. ' - Mancuaarnz ELLEN Rosawrs A E A Pittsburgh, Pa. Clarksburg High School West Virginia University Better late than never enter a good class P . eggy-you reached Pitt just in time to et your collection into the Owl'a plate. g I H I ' , 5.1 ra W 1,1 N Tw? hundred forty-eight l M v P P-fa 'L' - Ml M as .. J .. S 'A Q-as - .. as S.: S' EDUCATION AIQJQI ' ,WA I I vw . F . i E 'Skill .nln lDtEiAl? liin. '7 5 Zihuratinn Snphnmnrvn VERA E. AUSTRAW A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. Derry High School Pittsburgh Academy Hood College Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Glee Club HELEN M. BASTAR Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Girls' Glee Club: Pitt Players LEILA CLANEY Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Y. W. C. A. CLAUDIA CHAMBERS KA 60 Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Pitt Players: Y. W. C. A. MARION CLARK A Z Mt. Oliver, Pa. Knoxville Union High School Y. W. C. A. MARGUERITE W. COWEN Z 'I'A Allegheny High School Bachelor Maids: W. A. A. GRACE E. CRAIG Noblestown, Pa. Oakdale High School W. A. A. RUTH CRAVEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Crafton High School F. L. C. HAZEL CRITCHLOW Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy W. A. A. M. CARMELITA CROWLEY, Dianthian. Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School Owl Klub LILLIE E. CUPP Mars, Pa. Mars High School W. A. A. BLAINE C. CURRY E A IC Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney High School Druids: Track: Freshman Basketball-Base ball: Y. M. C. A. BEss DAVIS Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School W. A. A. LAURA BELLE DAVIS Z 'l'A Aspinwall. Pa. Aspinwall High School Pitt Players: Bachelor Maids: W. A. A. ESTELLA L. DOERR Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Y. W. C. A. RUTH ECKLES E R 0 Farrell, Pa. Farrell High School Hiram College Thiel College P. E. P.: Pitt Players: Y. W. C. A. HELEN J. EWING Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School W. A. A. MARIE IRENE FISCHER Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Allegheny High School MARY RUTH'FLEMING KA G Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Senate: Treasurer fClassJ Two IllHldl'L'Ii forlgv-nine GENEVIEVE P. GAsxII.I. Z 'PA Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Freshman Basketball: Manager Freshman Basketball: Pitt Players: Bachelor Maids CLARENCE Esxu. GOODE McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School HARRIBT GRAHAM Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School Westminster Prep Westminster College HELEN GRAVER Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School EDNA JANE GRAY A Z Munhall, Pa. Munhall High School RICHARD W. CRAvEs Dormont, Pa. Knoxville Union High School Vice-President Classical Club: Intercollegi- ate Prohibition Associationg Y. M. C. A. MILDRED DAPHNE GLASS Tarentum, Pa. Tarentum High School W. A. A. ADELAIDE HEVERLY Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School W. A. A. SIGNE HEDs'rRoM McKeesport, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Girls' Glee Club EDNA HOLDEN l Jeannette, Pa. Muncie N. High School Muncie National lnstitute Sorosis Club IRENE HOPKINS IC R 0 Connellsville, Pa. Connellsville High School Pitt Weekly GRACE HUBBARD Avalon, Pa. Avalon High School EDUCATION IRA I. HURWICK Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Pitt Players: International Polity Club MARGARET JENNERO Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School W. A. A. MILDRED KEITH Coudersport, Pa. Coudersport High School W. A. A. HARRIE1' ADALAIDE KLEIN McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School Pitt Weekly RALPH E. KLINGENSMITH Leechburg, Pa. Leechburg High School Freshman Baseball JOSEPH KLINE McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School HAzEI. MAE KOEHLER Emsworth, Pa. Ben Avon High School Y. W. C. A. HARRY L. KRINER E K II DuBois. Pa. Lock Haven Normal School Columbia University LILLIAN B. I..AwI..ER Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Class Secretary: Pitt Players Classical Club BLANCHE BERYI. LEVY Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Carnegie Tech DORIS DEBORAH LEVY Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Central High School P. C. W. LILA MARY LEWIS Z TA Classical Club: Pitkin Club Edgewood' Pa- SARAH HUDSON IC R 0 Pittsburgh. PH- Eclgewood High School Senate CID CZD: Freshman Basketball Vars P' b hH'hShool 'rBktbll:OlKlbPEPBh Pftci xi'1i?P. Ei?P.gI3wl KlubgY. W. C. A. lalzrlcliijs 8 W U as Two lzundrcrl fifly ANNA MARSHALL IC RO Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Class Vice-President 'CATHERINE MATTHEWS Edinburg, Pa. New Castle High School W. A. A. ,SYLVIA MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Y. W. C. A. fVice-Presiclentl: Glee ELSPETH MCCALLUM Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Y. W. C. A.: Pitkin Club ELIZABETH MCCLURE Burgettstown, Pa. Burgettstown High School EVELYN MCCURDY Jeannette, Pa. Lansford High School W. A. A. ,JAMES W. MCINTYRE A E11 Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Football: Wrestling: Track HELEN MCKAY Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School W. A. A. WILLIAM NEILL Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School LAURA ELIZABETH NIEBAUM Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Y. W. C. A. EMMA O'DONNELL Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School Glee Club ELEANQR ORR A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. Beaver High School Colfax School , IE R O MARRIAN PARKER, Dianthian Pittsburgh Academy Shippensburg Normal School Owl Klub ELMA PERKINS A Z Swissvale, Pa. Donora High School Pitkin EDUCATION Club ARTHUR ,I. PISCHKE Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School CHARLOTTE RAY Pittsburgh. Pa. Central High School LAURA E. RILEY A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School MARY L. Rumour Pittsburgh, Pa. Vandergrift High EMILIE SALOMON, Dianthian . Beaver Falls, Pa. Geneva College Pittsburgh Academy Owl Klub CHRISTINE SCHMALE Pittsburgh, Pa. Nashville High School State College Park Institute CHESTER SMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. Valley City State Normal LILLIAN SMITH Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School President Girls' Glee Club EDITH M. STARL Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Classical Club MILDRED E. SUCKLING Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School I. P. A. LoIs MARTHA TAYLOR Z TA Oakmont, Pa. Oakmont High School W. A. A.: Bachelor Maids MARGARET A. TEUFEL - Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School Classical Club ZORBIE ELLA TURFLEY Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School MARION E. TYNDALL A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. University of Cincinnati SALOME H. WEAVER Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Y. W. C.'A. ' Two hundred jifly one mp-L 5.9 3 ,, 8 e i ' ww EDUCATION E!! 'Fw Wi- Ajgw ..:,1.:-'aJ 6Sv ,,,. ikef ,V vt l 1 l EDNA M. W1c'roN Pittsburgh. Pa. South High School Owl Klub Donon-W JEAN WIGMAN A Z Pittsburgh. Pa. Knoxville Union High School Clee Club: W. A. A. Run-1 M. Wiscl-IMAYER Wilkinsburg, Pa. Freshman Basketball: W. A. A. RUTH S. Woufa Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School Classical Club: Pitkin Club ANNA Woozuzv Oakmont, Pa. Oakmont High School Classical Club: W. A. A. HILDEGARD A. Wuasrnorr Library, Pa. Bethel High School Clee Club CConductorJ 'V b' ld I 0 v W 1.1 .lv-15 Q 1 T A W Two hundred fifty-two A ' i U C3 H np fax. fig? ' is 'S S" s,,,f55 c f? I 2.2 ii EDUCATION FH, mfr! fri Array? lm MARIE ADELSBURGER Pittsburgh, Pa. MILDRED ALTENBERGER Pittsburgh, Pa. RUTH BAILEY New Kensington, Pa. JOSEPH BONIDY New Kensington, Pa. ERNEST BOUCHER Glade. Pa. LILLIAN BORES Pittsburgh, Pa. MARY BREMAN Woodlawn, Pa.. FLORA BROWN Baden, Pa. MARIE BRUNER Pittsburgh, Pa. ANNA CANNON Pittsburgh, Pa. MILDRED CHUGMAN Ben Avon, Pa. LoIs CRANSTON Pittsburgh, Pa. BERNARD DRASS Hollidaysburg, Pa. META EBERLING KA C9 Moundsville. W. Va. JESSIE ELLIOTT Gouverneur. N. Y. GRACE FRECH Wilkinsburg, Pa. LAURA FREICHS Pittsburgh, Pa. GIOVANNI GARDENI New Castle. Pa. Ehuratinn Illrwhman BLANCI-IE GARFIELD Butler, Pa. MARY GLEISS Pittsburgh, Pa. GRACE GILSON A A A Pittsburgh, Pa. SARAH GILSON Braddock, Pa. NELL GOSLIN Arnold, Pa. LEORA GRAHAM KA Q7 McKees Rocks, Pa. CELESTE I-lANI.oN Altoona, Pa. ADA HILDERBRAND Ben Avon, Pa. MILDRED HOLLAND Pittsburgh. Pa. ELIZABETH HULTON Oakmont, Pa. HILDEGARD lvERY Belleview, Pa. ANNA JAMIESON Pittsburgh, Pa. ARDIs JONES A A A Marquette, Mich. CLARENCE KLEIN Pittsburgh, Pa. MARGARET KIRKLAND N. Braddock, Pa. ANNA LAUFE Pittsburgh, Pa. LILLIAN LAUZJGHLIN Clairton, Pa. DORA LEWIS Clarksburg, W. Va. Two hundred jiftv threw Mp-Wm ' wig. , . ,f,,- f fgl fss, ' , I. .I W 7 0 E D u c A 'r I o N le N ,ga E ElgZ4BETIil lV:gZCABE MWTEA IEUSSEIISL WISBVB C, B.. I IDB urs, B.. B?LE LylCE1LElg.LAND N134 Saber? KA 9 ltts ufg , an un af, B. Dciagoriav lx1l1lLll5ER Tl-ELMA SHUTFERFLY itts urg . a. onessen, a. GWENITH MORGAN FLORENCE SKINNER K A 9 Swissvale, Pa. Wilkinsburg. Pa. Mama MCCIQRMICK ,JEIQNETEE S:lN?9ER arnegie, a. itts urg , a. ,IASB IVll,cDcLN1S.n Dcglzorx-E' S1iANll5E.Y Dianthian itts urg , a. ew est e, a. CARL NEI-mn MARJORIE STEWART Pittsburgh, Pa. -Rimersburg, Pa. ELIZABETH OCHSENHIRT Z TA 'MARY STOKES K A 9 D Pittsburgh. Pa. Blairsville, Pa. ALECE lirmnimrx? F. STUEKWRAEH itts urg , a. oc ester, a. HELEN RANDOLPH IsAsELLa THOMAS N. Braddock, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. H R 'MARY THOMAS xlRniltl:bug1li,ulga. Cleveland, Ohio A R Euvuzn Tl-:UMM lgzfiidcvuenigsing, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. L R 'M Y THUMM nlE'il'i:Zdoml?APa. lglitteburgh, Pa. EIBZABETH 5013-IRKASTE A A A ,Esgnznlyogx P - ing urg , a, ew ensmgton, a. EDYTI-na Ross HENRIETTA YA'nas Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. 2 I A i A J I ? FY ii Cy ,,. ' Ii Two hundred fifty-four wr fN..A A A - A A A A A A A , CD 'Xfkf' V ' ,mm-w' A W JA!!! 9:7 11 1' ' ll1'Ii1f1".'LI.E. ','. :':1:g.: 3.14: 'iliiffg'"LiEI,Zf1l.LL1,11L1.E..i'4MLL:EL' 11'IL ': " ' 'V - ' 9-T 'rf' 'H-"" 'W' 'A M'-A ""-A"'M"f.t 'L 'ru Y A ' ENGINEERING DEAN F. L. BISHOP, PH. D. - Two fllllllfftfd f?fiy-fiz ENGINEERING Enginrering Sminrn Two lzuudred fifty-.fix ENGINEERXNG . 3 Q Q ff . -- -Q L7 .1924 A U ' - A ' .real 'W' 'fill '1 i' I '- iii? Wi' W W "' A J U "J "' ll gl !i!!ll A 'll .. L- -sh: 1 5 H ESA :f l" J givi n es F N an xt flinginrrring HOMER E. ANDERSON, "Andy" E E Alliance. O. Civil Engineering Alliance High School Andy always comes to school two days a week, including Sunday. W. KARL BENZ, "Beulah" A 'lf A Greensburg, Pa. Electrical Engineering Greensburg High School Secretary American Institute Electrical Engineers fStudentD OJ: Athletic Council 145: lnter-Fraternity Conference Benz wears out the cushions on the Greens- burg local, studies hard, and hopes to gradu- ate. JUDSON BONSALL, "juni" Pittsburgh, Pa. Civil Engineering Allegheny Prep. School Gets real devilish at a cream puff. times and wagers EDWARD J. BUNKER Colebrook, O. Sanitary Engineering Jefferson High School Y. M. C. A.: Pitkin Cl Sort of queer but great on the reform work- 1 ubg Prodigals Svninra ARNOLD CHRISTIANSON Butler, Pa. Mechanical Engineering Butler High School Y. M. C. A. Chief Engineer of the Senior Class. Fond of playing the piano in the dark. JAMES Roa1NsoN DAUGHERTY, "Doc" Jeannette, Pa. Sanitary Engineering Carnegie lnstitute of Technology Grove City College h Tries hard enough but the Fates are against im. M. E. GOLDBERG, "Rosie" McKeesport. Pa. Mechanical Engineering McKeesport High School 3-5 Club Has any one seen Goldie in Comedian at the Gayety? his role as Bush I... D. l-lu'rcHasoN E E Dexter City, O. Mechanical Engineering Caldwell High School Carnegie Institute of Technology Why does he never cut Spanish-Little Brunette. Two lzunclrcd fifty-seven ENGINEERING J. EARL KROTZER, "joy" .Y IC Pittsburgh. Pa. Electrical Engineering East Liberty Academy Student Senate 00: 3-5 Club: Y. M. C. A.: Vice-Chairman American lnstitute Elec- trical Engineers fStudentJ: President of Engineering Senate: Treasurer of Senior Class Joy has developed into quite an interpretive dancer. HENRY J. LYNCI-I, "Hcinic" E IC -Pittsburgh, Pa. Mechanical Engineering Pittsburgh Central High School 3-5 Club He has dates for every night in the week. but we don't know where. CLYDE V. MCGANN, "Maggie" Wilkinsburg, Pa. Civil Engineering Connellsville High School 3-5 Club Slim but has a lot of grey matter. MILES C. MCWHERTER, "Mac" Derry, Pa. Electrical Engineering Derry High School 3-5 Club: American Institute Electrical Engineers fStudentD His favorite saying is, "School is one Hellu- va Joke." EDWARD H. MILLER. "Eddie" Pittsburgh, Pa. Civil Engineering Pittsburgh Central High School After trying them all he has finally decided to be a Civil. CLAUD HARsI-IA NELSON, "Nels" E IC Beaver, Pa. Civil Engineering Beaver High School Geneva College, A. B. ' Nels has a reputation as a politician. TRAVIS HAYES NEVILLE, "Nev" E IC Conneautville, Pa. Civil Engineering Conneautville High School ' We hear that Neville has a Black Bull Dog in his care. FULTON CLARK Noss Ambridge, Pa. Mechanical Engineering Pittsburgh Academy ' 3-5 Club He goes out to East Liberty occasionally to see his Aunt. so he says. Tlzvn I1 u udrwl fifiy-eiglzl JOHN CARL PE'rI-I, "CarIic" E IC lngram, Pa. Electrical Engineering Crafton High School 3-5 Club: Student Senate Q35 141: American Institute Electrical Engineers Cstudentj Why quit going over to Allegheny, Peth. just because Thomas refused to go over? THOMAS FRANCIS PRESTON, "Tommy" E E Monessen, Pa. Mechanical Engineering Monessen High School Cilee Club: Newman Club He sings most of the time and doesn't care whether school keeps or not. EDWIN R. RATH E IC Alliance, O. Electrical Engineering Alliance High School 3-5 Club: President American Institute Electrical Engineers fStudentJ Considering working in China, but for some reason he would like to stay in Pitts- burgh. JOHN WILLIAM RESE, "Willie" fl! K E Bellevue, Pa. Mechanical Engineering Franklin and Marshall Academy Franklin and Marshall College 3-5 Club Favorite expression-Let's cut this after- noon and go to the Gayety. ROBERT DAVID REDDING, "Bobbie" A .EI IT McKees Rocks, Pa. Electrical Engineering South High School Pittsburgh Academy Cap and Gown CU: 3-5 Club: Engineering Editor l9l7 Owl: American institute Elec- trical Engineers CStudentJ He is often heard to remark, "God save the King, we can't." LAWRENCE A. RIDDELL, "Larney" Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrical Engineering Pittsburgh Central High School 3-5 Club: American Institute Electrical Engineers fStudentJ He looks like a married man but he says that he isn't. JAIvIEs D. Ro'rH E X Wheeling, W. Va. Sanitary Engineering Beaver Falls High School Junior Prom. Committee Junior Prom. Committee: Cap and Gown Club CZJ Roth divides his time between Thurston and the Hotel Schenley. ns., .. f :.-,...1a--.5., ,. I ,. .. H PM ,ft I 81.7 f X 1 ,- ,x Tiff? ,,yZ""Efj?ffT'rJ3Z"'hQ.vf'.:f," 'jig"wj1g':1-ffifl' - A A ' Ht cf? ,,,, If-iii " ' '. i' ' ili i 4 V f ENGINEERING wg? fi H: UW pe. 5 4 U I 342 ii l w a i V i l 1 w l ' i WSEDELL THOMAS. "Tommie" E IC PRESPER Russo, "Pop" E IC K. aron, a. incinnati. O. Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering i I glgaan ll,-ligh School Stica Free Academy I - u niversity of Cincinnati ' The best Benedict of the class, thereby Seldom seen in design class. but he is some ' beating Lynch. designer. F-ERDINAND WACHTER E M ARlgYLiRUiS?g.L RUTTER. "Lillie Pal" Parnassus. Pa. Eitts Pr? il' - Mechanical Engineering ectncef ngmeermg - Barnesvxlle High School Parnassus High School 3 5 Cl b. A - I . El - I 3-5 Club Eg l u , S nzierican nstitute ectrica Duck the cigarette, Duke. here comes Doc- gsm-ears C tu ent? - His friends expect him to make a good office tor Bishop. boy R. Liss WHARTON A X .E EARL D. STAUFFER. "Butch" 3 St. Louis, Mo. Bellevue, Pa. ' ' Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering ' Yeatman High School Allegheny High School 1 l Chemical Society Student Senate OJ: 3-5 Club Why argue combustion with Professor ln a class with Lynch. How about the East Stuart? Chew Piper Heidsieck. End maiden? 1 , i 9 ul. , iq Eff? fl r W N iwl Two lIIHldl't'd fifty-Him' Q ri, Y xi- wi 1.45 .., ENGINEERING i xi A l if, in ' N li' ' W ii i E I E M.E.J' . I 'Engineering Ilnninrn EARL WARDEN HoP1-cms, "Hop" Leetsdale. Pa. Mechanical Engineering Leetsdale High School His nickname doesn't come from where you think it did, but his big ambition is to be Engineer Kon the Leetsdale Localj. He has already passed off French Pool. GEORGE. BAIR Sour:-I, "jake" EA IC Sewickley, Pa. Electrical Engineering Sewickley High School American Institute Electrical Engineers fstudenlj Tennis CZJ As an after dinner. as well as before, speaker, Jake has no equal. He can entertain an Enginfieefs Banquet without trying. George has been taking his Co-op work at the Stran . PAUL DOWNING WATSON, "P, D." A X 11 Clearfield, Pa. Chemical Engineering Clearfield High School Chemical Society What's in a name? Paul has been known to down many things, but they didn't know that when they named him. Paul has also been seen with a damsel waiting for a taxi, right where the street cars stop. Two flI1lI!ll'l'!l' .fixly ENGINEERING iinginmzring Snphnmnrea Ti wo I1 Il ndrcd .S'i.l'fj'-0114. ENGINEERING A .ULF 'fa ' j I ,AN W 1 W N , ff? il , I ...:hV1nlli5n . .I 1.1hIMll7lnlI?7l2l1: I... '7 1 I Enginezring Qpplynnunrra THORNTON D. ALBERT E IC GILBERT ADAM FEICK A 'll A Uniontown. Pa. Uniontown High School MEYER ALDERMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Brushton High School JOHN HAROLD ALLISON .Y IC Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School CHARLES THOMAS ALVERSON Beerston. N. Y. Walton High School WILLIAM T. ASKIN Ingram, Pa. Crafton High School JOHN F. BAKER Benwood, W. Va. Benwood High School THOMAS M. BIDDLE, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liberty Academy CLIFFORD VINCENT BROWN East Liverpool. O. Kiski Preparatory School Lou HENRY COLBORN Rockwood. Pa. Somerset High School JOHN FULTON STUART COLLINS, JR. A Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Student Senate WILBUR MARTIN CULVER Freedom, Pa. Freedom High School JAMES CLAIRE DIXON A 'I' A Millvale. Pa. Allegheny High School RICHARD A. ELSTNER Monaca. Pa. Monaca High School EA IC '1"zw IIIIIIKIITII si.v1y-lim EI! Avalon. Pa. Avalon High School DONGALD ROBERT FERGUSON. JR. A Willcinsburg, Pa. Willcinsburg High School WILLIAM FRANCE Pittsburgh, Pa. Chamberlain Military Institute Swimming UD C211 University Band GEORGE A. GARDNER E IC Sturgeon, Pa. McDonald High School NORMAN FORWARD CODFREY Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School HAROLD M. GRUBBS Sewickley, Pa. Sewiclcley High School JOHN BOYLES HALLAM A .Y fl' McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School Wrestling: Swimming GIBSON LAMB HAMILTON .Y X Pittsburgh. Pa. Wheeling High School LAURENCE HARROLD West Philadelphia. Pa. Dover High School GEORGE MCCORD HILEs Canonsburg. Pa. Canonsburg High School C. HOWARD HOOK Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School GERALD ELLIS lRoNs Coraopolis, Pa. Coraopolis High School JACOB F. KELLER Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School J L 29.9 .s--9 ' 8 cet!! ENGINEERING .y fm Bw 4 bl' . . W Vs I I 1" J' r r WILLIAM WALTER LESNIAK EAST Pittsburgh, Pa. Union High School ,lol-IN L. MACEWEN Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Beayer .High School , .. ROBERT-S. MCCARTY E E Uniontown, Pa. , Uhiontown High School ' Wi'LLxAnPi H. MCCURDY. Ingram. Pa. . , Crafton High School .T ,- JOHN LOGAN PATTERSON ' XX I Crafton. Pa. ' X Crafton High School . ' EDMUND L. PATTON E E ' Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High School Freshman Baseball LEE LYMAN PENDLETON Little Meadows, Pa. Oswego Free Academy SINCLAIR THOMAS POWELL . Homestead. Pa. Homestead High School Joi-IN FRAZIER SCHUMAKER Pittsburgh. Pa. Peabody High, School . . , . . HARRY Qurqc TAYLOR E E Pittsburgh. Pa. 5.. Allegheny Preparatory School Swimming U1 CZJ' i ' ' RICHARIS L. 'THOMAS ' , Sharon. Pa. Sharon High School WILLIAM XjAMEs WATSON E E Soldier. Pa. ' , ' lndiana Normal School . 1 ROLAND EUGENE WELDON S In Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School HOWARD BECK WENTZ ll! I' A Crafton, Pa. Crafton High School ATA A l Two hundred sulv thru 1.1 QM , u V r M CD 1 N .. ' L l. 7 .L iii? 'Twlfii L PM Sufi? ' .a 23 ENGINEERING Enginrrring Hreahxnan 1llHldI'4'!7' sixly-fo ENGINEERING ' u u H U . 5 ill I f . U QL ' -- bt' . I Af -V'f, 5.1 ,m if 'Hi Q . f1In'x?Qgf,,??ff.1f HERBERT W. BENNER McKees Rocks. Pa. Enginerring Zlirezhmen CHARLES M. BICKELL A 2 H Carnegie, Pa. ISADORE BRIER Butler, Pa. ALPHONSE S. BROSKY Pittsburgh, Pa. JAMES T. BURKE E X lngram. Pa. HENTY BUSH Uniontown, Pa. CHARLES J. CALLAGHAN Easton, Md. ORMOND CASSIL Indianapolis, lncl. CHARLES M. CORBIT, JR. Pittsburgh, Pa. HARRISON COOKE Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES W. CROCO Library, Pa. RICHARD E. DONNELLY Bellevue, Pa. HENRY C. DOVERSPIKE Pittsburgh, Pa. JOSEPH DREXLER Dormont, Pa. LOUIS ECKERT, JR. E E Pittsburgh, Pa. RICHARD A. ELSTNER Monaca, Pa. WILLIARD M. EVANS Aspinwall, Pa. E.. VICTOR FORD Pittsburgh, Pa. A'I'A ATA H. W. CERHOLD Homestead, Pa. PHILIP R. GILLESPIE Pittsburgh, Pa. THOMAS F. GLOSS Cumberland, Md. WILLIAM COLDMAN Baltimore. Md. ARTHUR B. GEMMILL Freeland. Md. LEROY R. GURLEY Altoona, Pa. ' ROBERT HELFRICH Titusville, Pa. WOODFORD HAMILTON Coraopolis. Pa. JOSEPH G. HOLLAND Washington, D. C. FREDERICK S. JULIUS West York, Pa. GREIG JUSTICE Crafton, Pa. ELMER A. KUHN X Z Hamilton, Ont. WILLIAM R. KERR Rennerclale, Pa. HARRU LUEBBE Carnegie, Pa. CHARLES N. MARSHALL Pittsburgh, Pa. WILBUR C. MATCHETT Beaver, Pa. JAMES MOODY Coraopolis, Pa. ROBERT P. MURDOCK Pittsburgh, Pa. Two hundred vnty five , 'YE' fs ,. ., . ' . - . ,L . T O ,. l Q wi-Q H9165 -qs -Q' ' ' ' ' ' 7 dn. .nb ' br' ENGINEERING . K 'Y Wfaiggbg' MCINTIRE HARRY T. SMELTZER ' ' Greensburg, Pa. IRA MCCOWAN EARL C. STARZ Umontown, Pa. pittsburgh' Pa. GLENN S. PEACOCK RAYMOND J. STEIN Crafton Heights, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. RALPH REIscEN GEORGE STEWART A 2 l'I Ford City, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. PHILLIP E. REDDING NEIL C. TALMAGE McKees Rocks, Pa. Sharon, Pa, EARL RICHARDSON D. SPENS THOMSON McKeea Rocks. Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. ' CLARENCE W. RoBER'rsHAw WILLIAM M. TOWNSEND Pittsburgh, Pa. Philipsburg. Pa. EDWIN RoBo'rroM ERNEST VANSANT Pittsburgh, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. CHARLES H. RYMAN LEOPOLD VILSACK, JR. A E Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa: T. GILBERT SHIELDS CHARLES P. WILLIS LaSalle, N. Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. WALTER A. SMITH CLARENCE WOLFE Freeport, Pa. Burgettstown. Pa. WILBUR B. SMITH WILLIAM F. YouNc Oakmont, Pa. Avalon, Pa. I Ill I I IM .K W Two hundred snty sim C39 -wkfsbfy 1.4 3 35, tes- eq. Gif I MEDICINE DEAN T. S. ARBUTHNOT, A.B., M.D. rad .fi.1'Iy-wt' MEDICINE 1 P 'sl -J LZ ' :u- A ,Zyl mf' x . ' I' 9 ,N ' Q s 1 it . i' f 'A V 5 ' Ph S 4 'M iiil R '1 i' i . rv is h E K1 if wie 6 9' ug' ii r Q' D, 1 sr 'E 'WK . 1 I E I 11 - KK an , 'Y 4: If .,---- Y 1 - 9 V J 4 ff' f' P! EPC P21 Alba! illllrhiral Seninrz RALPH J. ASKIN, "RaIphy" Ill P E Wilmerding, Pa. Union High School A bud-like voice-an aspirant to track hon- ors- a serious student. One who will remem- ber his school days. MARTIN E. BABACK. "Marty" Johnstown. Pa. Johnstown High School Class Vice-President "A Daniel come to judgment." Baback is hard of hearing in Dr. Miller's clinics, but he Evill probably outgrow that and achieve much ame. HARRY L. BAER, "Harry" fl' A li Finleyville, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Class Vice-President QD: Class Senator C31 "Bugs" Baer, the humorist of the medical school. One of the consultants of the Senior Flassil Always of ready wit, with a good word or a . ANTONIO BIANCO, "Tony" Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh High School Cap and Gown: ltalian Club A hard working, successful student. His knowledge is based on much reading. A tan- talizing smile is his. Tfw lzzuzdrvd .v1'.1'ly-ciglit MICHAEL DEPTA, "Mike" N E N Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Milwaukee Normal Student Senate: Class Treasurer GJ: Sci- ence Cluh: Cap and Gown An honest man of sober judgment-a stellar microscopist-treasurer par excellence. Mike is bound to succeed. RICHARD W. EBE, "Dick" E X fl' P .Y Edgewood, Pa. East Liberty Academy Class President: Tennis UD Q21 Protector of nurses. A man who cannot be stalled in the quizzes by any average question. A good chap to have at hand. AGNES B. FERGUSON, "Fergy" Rapid City, S. D. Rapid City High School University of Chicago Oberlin The only "fair" Senior. A very busy party and quite capable. Her Ford is a Cadillac's nemesis, but the doctor does not mind. JOHN N. FREDRICKS, JR., "Frilz" fl' B l'l Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School Pittsburgh Academy Medical Manager l9I7 Owl A soldier of more or less eminence. A hard worker and willing to let you know his side of the tale. MEDICINE Joi-IN J. HORWITZ, "jawn" 4D A E Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Medical Editor l9I7 Owl The MacBeth of the Senior comedy four. A good judge of cars. Jawn is always ready to help and is, indeed, a friend in need. HENRY D. JORDAN, "Heinie" 111 P E Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Wrestling: Student Band: Class Baseball The quiet man of the class. Quite a wrestler in his palmy days. HAROLD A. KIPP, "Skipper" A T A Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School Class Baseball: Class Basketball: Class Football Prof. Emeritus in physiology. A jolly good comrade and basketball player de luxe. Roscoe T. KLINE, "Abe" 'ID P E Evans City, Pa. Evans City High School Slippery Rock Normal A quiet, efficient student, addicted to the weed. Mike's cohort. WILLIAM T. MCCLURE, "Bill" B C-D IT A OA Wheeling, W. Va. Wheeling High School Davidson College Class President QZJ: Class Secretary C45 "Knowledge leadeth to understanding." Possesses a sparkling eye and a pleasant nature to meet. .JOHN A. MCCORMICK, "jawn" Pittsburgh, Pa. Mt. St. Mary's College Athletic Council Jawn is always prepared to argue and can tell you about the whichness of what. ' GILBERTI?-ZMYERS, "Slufy" EA E N E N V1-Y B Pittsburgh, Pa. Bellefonte Academy State College President Students' Medical Society: Class Basketball: Junior Prom Committee A born politician. The fuse of the bomb plots. Jeff in the Senior comedy four. Doc Moyer's chauffeur and handy man. A good man to do things and capable in his work. J. WEs'r MITCHELL, "Mitch" Ill P E KA Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School W. and J. College Bethany College University of Chicago Quiet, sincere and hard working. Mitch has suffered an unfortunate illness this winter and we wish him speedy and complete re- covery. GALEN E. MOYER, "Doc" N E N B GJ H O A K 'I' B L Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School Penn. State Y. M. C. A.: Cap and Gown The only four-letter man in the school. Heavy man of the Senior comedy four. lna vcstigator of riots and food strikes. Big Ann has certainly come through with a win since :the early days. We are mighty sorry to lose Im. NORMAN C. Ocl-ISENI-IIRT, "Butch" fl! P E Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School Varsity Basketball QU QZJ Q35 C4-J: Captain C33 f4J: Class Football: Class Baseball Our best bet at the passing game. Sir Walter Raleigh to Fergie. only he does not get his coat muddy. A good scout, with our wishes for success. STANLEY I... Scorr, "Scully" III P E Fairchance, Pa. Fairchance High School Clairton State Normal . Varsity Track UD Q22 GJ: Captain C35 "Absence makes the profs grow fonder" is Scotty's motto. Gets more sleep than any other man in school. SALVADOR SUNSERI, "Sal" Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne High School Junior Prom Committee Firm believer in preparedness. Every exam finds him so. His side issue is autos. Two hundred sifcty-nirze MEDICINE we illllehiral Jlnninra A. AIELLO, "Al" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Mandolin Club UD C25 "Al " is some musician and we will not soon forget his solos of days gone by. Above all, he is a good fellow and the kind we like to have arouncl. E. H. BALPH . Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Chicago W. A. A.: Class Secretary OJ D ' h 't l. Also an auto vice crusader. A sincere worker. One of the pillars of A. . s ospi a ISABEL M. BALPH A A A ' Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Chicago W. A. A. ' cl th ll call. That inseparable duoilf.. H.-l. M. Isabel. today is your ay to answer e ro 0 ll11m1'1'1'1I .vvfwllly Q Jr-L -- '75 ..-'1.:t.Lg::'.'f,, - F A N MH, . tt- -.,, -- f ' MEDICINE X 4 ip. lt V Q. p ' CLINTON E. BANE. "Clint" 'D P E Fredericktown, Pa. ' East Bethlehem High School Butler's side kick. Silence is his motto and a valuable one at that. It is rumored that he likes Spiritus Frumenti but we don't believe it. A. S. C-ABOR. "Cabo" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Lafayette College jefferson Medical The Hungarian Prince. Since his arrival at Pitt he has formed an alliance with the lrish Monarchy. Certainly glad to have him with us. C. F. Mra'rzcE.R, "Dutch" fl! B l'I Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School "Dutch's" main hobby is telling jokes. One of the best pharmacists in the class and certain to make good as a practitioner. DAVID STEINMAN, B. Sc., "Edwin" fb A E Pittsburgh, Pa. Townsend Harris Hall College of the City of New York Student Senate The Fritz Kreisler of the Medical School. Jay's manager and financial backer. Will not assent if the prof is right but woe to him if he is wrong. H. L. WILLIAMS, "Bill" KD P .Y Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School . "Bill" is a hard worker and is always ready with a helping hand. We are all with you, Lawson. , V . i I I I ' li ill" bl el' L 1 l o 1 ' fwu lnmdred :evenly one fd' he ,. - ,g g for . H fl :r 'L 2 ' 3 3 i2E?f'E?iZ25fi?T:,iiijiiiflflilfxlfieil-iffgfil . g ' L MEDICINE ll . . A A 1'1" 'I I "lf A ' fN4ll'l' lt lv , tqisf' I4 I1 gm: f-I .fm I K W rl' f-Y A li!-I p 4 yd 'I ' .. S qi ? 'W , jj. gl' if 5 X A III -" Fl' ,ry I - I " K U .nlnyilllg ll: I II I Il hlhvlilliyzllllliliyilhlNu :MQ .EJ'sr-M... illllrhiral Qnphnmnrra JESS L. ARMSHEL, "Major" 'Il .Y ll BEN KUNTZ, "Ben" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Pittsburgh High School State College Bovo M. LAWTHER, "Pele" fl' I' B GEORGE M. BLANK, "Jonas" Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School F. and M. College University of Pennsylvania JOSEPH BLEIR, "Wise" Wilkinsburg, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Pennsylvania EDMUND C. Boors Mclfeesport, Pa. Mclieesport High School Rl L. BOTKIN A 'I' A Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School HARRY E. CANTOR Pittsburgh, Pa. Clairton High School SAMUEL COHEN, "Timm" Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh High School ELIZABETH GLENN, "Libby" Franklin, Pa. Franklin Hi h School g Vassar College JAMES W. HERSHBERGER, "Hershy" Martinsburg, Pa. Juniata College Prep Juniata College Two 11 1HIdl'i'lI' .VE"Z'i'Il ty-two fl' Ii 'I " llf I' E Vanclergrift, Pa. Apollo High School Grove City College J. GILBERT LLOYD, "Gil" fl' II II Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School JOSEPH S. MAXWELL, A. B., "Max" Pittsburgh, Pa. East Liverpool High School Muskingum College R. H. MCCLELLAN A 'I' L2 'Il P E Irwin, Pa. Irwin High School. W. and THOMAS B. MCCULLOUGH, "Tom" Wilkinsburg. Pa. - Wilkinsburg High School Basketball QIJ C35 PARK MCMULLEN, "Mac" fl, I' E KA I Punkin Valley Bethany College A. J. MICHELS, "Mike" fb P E KA East Liverpool, O. East Liverpool High School Bethany College SUE O. NUTH, "Tools" Z TA Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Randolph Macon College CHARLES PRICE, "Hoc" ll' A IC Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Student Senate: Freshman Football -If Is II fb PE . QF-L -' A--'Q HQDH K -:'4-f-xl-2' V ' MEDICINE :qt it 3 W- we , .:::-- " W A LORRAINE E. RAMSEY, "Dutch" 111 B H Carnegie, Pa. Carnegie High School H. RAPAPORT, "Rap" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy HIRAM D. RITCHIE 111 B II Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy J. ALBERT RoDc.ERs. "Casey" 111 B H Braddock, Pa. - Braddock High School Student Senate ' I JAMES L. Sco'r'r, "Scotty" EX N E N O A K A Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Basketball Manager f4J: President l9l 7 Medical Class GEORGE H. TRAUGH, "Truck" Donora, Pa. Grove City College HARVEY E. TROTZKY, "Potz" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School School of Engineering Cap and Gown fl jg Class Vice-President HOWARD WEDDELL KD P E Elizabeth, Pa. Elizabeth High School CLARENCE R. WELFER ID P Z Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School University of Southern California. lllll I I . bl ld tg. ra' l Two hundred seventy three 1.1 0 - - gg, g B O E C MEDICINE X A I PM . l f 3 X-35: 1 -. -Le J A 4s.,T,Tf, 'S A' L ' . I-, Z," , X ...QW 6 V IPI: L.Iif,f?f2'f7f.1f ' A I V :I .1.. ,... ,K WILLIAM L. BENZ BA li Pittsburgh. Pa. DAVID H. BERMAN Ill A l'l Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrhiral Zllrezhmvn NSN ROBERT M. BOWMAN EA IC N ll N Pittsburgh, Pa. RAYMOND T. BRIGGS fl, P E Warren. Pa. H. CLIFFORD CARLSON Ill I' A 0 A K Fayette City, Pa. R. D. CASSADY E K ll N Altoona. Pa. OSCAR H. COHEN flf A li New Kensington. Pa. t LEO H. CRIEP Pittsburgh, Pa. CHARLES DAVISON Toledo. O. CHESTER W. DEWALT fl' B Pittsburgh, Pa. EULA ENO Des Moines. Iowa CARL W. CATTER lVlcKeespOrt, Pa. SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN ll' A IQ Pittsburgh, Pa. EDWARD GRIFFITHS fl! B ll Massillon, O. HAROLD G. HAINES E A E Pittsburgh. Pa. JOSEPH A. HELFRICH York. Pa. THEODORE R. HELMEOLD .I Saxonburg, Pa. PHILIP S. HENCI-I. A. B. Pittsburgh, Pa. WILLIAM T. HOLLAND ill P Uniontown, Pa. DAVID KATZ II A fll Pittsburgh, Pa. Two lI1u1drc'd .vm'clIly-four EN ll N V I..-. XAIP N V ..I 4 EN CHARLES V. LANGE lVIcKeesport, Pa. ERNEST W. LOGAN DuBois, Pa. H. N. MAWHINNEY fl' Bll Pittsburgh, Pa. H. C. MCCARTER N E N Beaver Falls, Pa. VOIGHT MOONEY ill l' E Pittsburgh, Pa. J. D. STARK, A. B. EX N E N Coraopolis. Pa. HOWARD A. POWER fll B ll Pittsburgh, Pa. HARVEY B. POWERS Ill B ll Pittsburgh. Pa. H. S. REITER fl? A IC lVlcKeespOrt, Pa. J. SPECTER Pittsburgh, Pa. MATTHEW E. SOLLER ill B ll lVlt. Oliver, Pa. F. X. STRAESSBY Pittsburgh. Pa. FRANCIS P. TARNAPOWICZ Pittsburgh, Pa. PAUL F. TECKSTEIN ill B ll Pittsburgh, Pa. J. C. TEGETHOFF Ardmore, Pa. D. A. TUSIN ill Wilkinsburg, Pa. H. S. WALLACE Ingram, Pa. J.O. WOODS ATQ NSN Waynesburg, Pa. J. G. WHEELER fl, B ll Bellevue, Pa. VIOLA M. YOUNG A A A Carrick, Pa. fl' Bll BE fll B ll B II fb K ll' fl' B ll UAK MINES V DEAN H. B. MELLER. E. M. Two lllllldffd .S'0'Z'1'I1lj'ff MINES A , 'U' '!'E wi X 1 A., N-Q, Q E ' ' hi S 'Wu ..!g!ll- iq J fu r V M4 l A-, A Y ljnrll vis! ' sw" sqm! 1 ll 4,1 SN .l r if Ml- f' S'ii'C W, QQ - an Q- Q saw' I' , l S5 il it lu.. mt :mu- J iilllinen Seninrz JUAN R. CASANOVAS, "Cas" Havana, Cuba Colorado School of Mines Too bad we are not allowed to run a picture of "Cas" here as we are sure it would fit in well with his A grade in second Hoor State- ology. Admits that the boys in the Colorado School called him "Silk Shirt Cas." E. BYERS EMRICK, "Emmy" EA IG E I' E Butler, Pa. Butler High School Class President KID: Y. M. C. A.: Athletic Council To Emmy must be given credit for thinking of the original idea of combining school and co-op into one. After abandoning politics in his freshman year he has come back stronger than ever. Louis H. FREEDMAN, "Louie" Pittsburgh, Pa. New Brighton High School We hate to think of ever losing Louie and that smile. Loves to sit back in the drawing room and sing the latest ditties. JEAN Assn. Gnos, "Buck" E I' E Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Besides possessing the most petit mous- tache, Buck has a disposition that is sublime. The chief gloom chaser of the Senior class. Two lzuudrad seventy-si.1' Jmvuas STEWART GRUMBLING, "Yum" EA E .I I' IC Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Track QU Q25 OJ: Student Senate Q21 OJ MD: President Jr. A. I. M. E. A genuine streak of greased lightening, no matter whether you see him on the track or in the classroom. Most popular man with the football team when in training at Camp. Jesse JoHNsoN, "jess" 11 1' E Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Carnegie Tech Hockey GJ: Mining Editor l9l7 Owl Since he did not leave the secret out last year it is up to us to expose him. Slight build and very handsome. CSee l9l7 Owlb. A running mate to Yum in those Saturday A. M. Lab. courses. TOSON KITAMURA, "Tom" Tolcio, Japan Carnegie Tech Grove City College We wish Tom had a heavier schedule this year as we miss his cheery greeting. Spends most of his time on the third floor of State with the neucleus of an education on oil and gas. MINES HENRY A. LEY, "Pessy" Aspinwall, Pa. Aspinwall High School Mining Manager I9I7 Owl We suspect that the title of Pessy came from these Seniors that Ley separated five simole- ons from last year. Usually wears a wise face and an armful of books. Prrr McCoy NUTTY, "Pitt" ZZ l' E Pittsburgh, Pa. Shadyside Academy Debonair. chic and blase. Why you have to go into the French language to express this fellow is past us. Underneath that bored to death air lies a generous hearted man. GEORGE R. SNYDER, "Bum" A E fl! E I' E Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School Penn State Another one of the Saturday A. M. Lab. gang. Likes nothing better than to get into a suit of overalls and chew five brothers. RANDALL K. SOPPITT, "Sapp" A 'I' A E 1' E Latrobe, Pa. Greensburg High School Indiana State Normal School ' Varsity Football CID C25 Q32 MJ Outside of guarding the right side of the Pitt line for four years, Sopp guards a neat little collection of A's. One of the best liked fellows in the school. JAMES H. TEUFEL, "Red" Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School Ben Avon High School You cannot disconnect a redhead from hu- mor and this one is no exception. Quite a student along certain lines and an authority on class hours. LEROY G. WELSH, "Babe" E A E E I' E New Brighton, Pa. New Brighton High School Class Treasurer Cl Dj Class President QZJ: Mines Chairman l9l7 Prom If Babe ever falls down on Mining he can be sure of a play factory job. Not as stern as he looks. S. WESTBURG, "Wes" Christiana, Norway Aachen Tech, Germany Gets the same effect from burning the oil that the mid-night sun gave him. Has no sins other than wearing an expression of wis- dom which may not mean much. Two hundred seventy-seveiz MINES "1 A .v,'1 iflff I I' ,'IffAN . 1: I 'I 5' I .. 427' in l "itil" .nm-' , l h i In l' t.lhVRY! !iraI. " E i fllllinea Sinphnmnrrz E. L. MILLS, "Ed" A E fl' Cadiz, O. Cadiz High School Case School Applied Science Mandolin Club: Pitkin Club JAMES T. MORROW, "jim" fl' l' A Rennerdale, Pa. Carnegie High School Football CZJ Q32 C4J: Baseball CID CZ, Q31 RICHARD C. PRIDDIE, "Dick" EA E Beaumont, Tex. Culver Military Academy Carnegie Tech GEORGE H. TI-IEIss, "T" A E ll E I' li Pittsburgh, Pa. Culver Military Academy Pittsburgh High School CLAUDIS E. TIAIORNIPIILL, "Tl1orny" E X Beaver, Pa. Beaver High School Football QU Q21 GJ HJ: Beaver Valley Pitt Club T. LEE TRIMBLE, "Shorty" A 'I' A E I' IC Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School Student Senate Cl D: Freshman Football Manager: Varsity Football Manager-Elect. T.-T. WARE Ft. Scott, Kan. Ft, Scott High School University of Minnesota FRANK H. WEISS Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School School of Chemistry A. M. WIGHTMAN Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Two hmzdrcd seventy-eight C. W. ALBRIGHT, "Walk" Massillon, O. Massillon High School Track CI J C. L. ARMSTRONG, "Army" EA IC Leechburg, Pa. Culver Military I cademy Bug Club HAROLD A. CARTWRIGHT, "Slim" A Ellwood City, Pa. Army and Navy Prep. Catholic University FRANK E. ECKERT, "Eck" A E il' Ridgeway, Pa. Ridgeway High School Football Squad Freshman Basketball: Newman Club R. FAYETTE GARVIN, "Bob" A E ll Beaver, Pa. Beaver High School Geneva College Student Senate QD JACOB M. HEPPS, "jake" Homestead, Pa. Homestead High School Bug Club ARCHIE M. HICKEY, "Hick" II I' IC New Brighton, Pa. New Brighton High School Student Senate 125: Y. M. C. A. EDWIN C. MCDONALD. "Mac" Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School Y. M. C. A. X ... M I N E S flillinvs 3'H1'2alymvn Two llluzdrvd .wvvllly-:Line .Pi T 5 L "H 'i'5,,y A MINES 1, V 'ON 1x 43, I. ' Um A A , . F-955 TWP, h1fg.R'f'1lf 5 ' ' Ma J.. n.,. , I illlinea Zlhezhmvn JB in NORMAN W. ARDERY -Avalon, Pa. ARTHUR B. Bixsv, EA E Sewickley, Pa. PARK BoLLlNcER, A 2 H Altoona, Pa. L. R. BRowN Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN F. BYRNE Pittsburgh. Pa. FRANK V. COGGINS 2 X Avalon, Pa. STEPHEN A. D. Cox Coalinga, Cal. FRED B. DREIFUS Pittsburgh, Pa. W. R. KERR Rennerdale, Pa. DANIEL R. Loucr-IREY A T A Connellaville, Pa. lull :ul W v Two hundred eighty JOSEPH W. MCCORMICK Ontario, Can. GEORGE R. MARLAND E X Ponca City, Okla. BERNARD PETERS Tarentum, Pa. CARL E. SCHAEEER 2 K H Pittsburgh, Pa. NICHOLAS W. SHIARELLA New Kensington, Pa. ANDREW R. SCHUCHA Wilmerding, Pa. KENNETH J. TAYLOR A T A Pittsburgh. Pa. CLARENCE W. WARING Tyrone, Pa. PAUL C. WATT Latrobe, Pa. JAMES P. WIBLE Kittanning, Pa. PD' k 1,1 43- - i,-,.1.,i,' ' ' "' .. .W ....,.,'., '!"':"' ,., M ,,., -.'iifi':.-..,,g,, Z1 ,,,, 41 M 4 O., """'.T.L1.'? Q 3 PHARMACY PHRR MRCY EE nu.. -v .nam u'A. Jag ' ' ''vlfv-1.2-"r:..1-s-fr Q,-.f 'fafffgzga-,w.,." , ' .. I . 'f -":fMI:" :sg A-, ,1- 'f,'."v . V,,.,-wg,-. A 1--41 , 5 ,, , , .xvfwm . ..,, .. ., H .KES-,:i1,gj5Es, 1. - 1, ."'Ya1:F1-.'-f-- ., ',1,.1'-4,, .I - , 5125-ll.'?T-' " 1 u.'i'.'.,'-,3 . -f, 1-L11-1 -2'-2 1' L.-,- I V'-'-h'w"f1": ' ,eS:'f'1fX n i 'ai' ' Hia' 25,r3L1.lQ"' J' EH1-E-'5'1'f:',1If ,5 H39 1 'Vv"5EJ"lZ':'f. . 3:-LJ' . - K , DEAN J. A. Kocx-1, PH.D, PHR. D., SC,D. Two hundred eighty-one PHARMACY 4 'xJ g e-:.L XJ C7 --.1-cv -- - .2 Q BV -fl ,i- d 31110 gl mil .wa ,rm as C L , like V V" - " I .lull 'mlm ww Mu .- ,1 I I u . 4111 XX fr i - -g 1 ' x X ik ig' 'l . MW l , K E H H 5 : :H ?y?J L, g 3 'X 5 NI Emu, liilyarxuarg Su-ninrs ARMANDO J. ALACAN lil!" Havana, Cuba Institute de Pinar del Rio, Cuba Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Legs too long to walk until after school time. FRANK T. ALLENDER, "Seps" Kll' Williamsburg, Pa. Williamsburg High School ls enabled thru vast experience to tell how the heart of the fair sex should be won. CHARLES BLAKE ALLOWAY, "Pop" fll A X Erie, Pa. Erie High School Short, fat, and late for lecture. but praise be to Allah, he gets there. JOSEPH BERNARD ALTMEYER, "joe" Kll' Johnstown, Pa. Rowe College ' A dweller in the mysterious regions of the Pharmistical Laboratory. MABEL FOSTER ARNEY Center Hall, Pa. Center Hall High School One of the three young ladies who braved the terrors of an almost entirely masculine school. And what is more, she got away with it. Two hundred eighty-two A. E. BAIER K'l" I Alliance. Ohio Alliance High School Editor of Owl "l7" from the Pharmacy School lpn , His satire brightened many a weary day for boys. WILLIAM lsAAc BEST BARNHART, "Barney" KW' ' Butler, Pa. Butler High School Penn. State College Hypodermically speaking Barney has final- ly decided to go to school once in a while. He is a night owl of great experience. GEORGE CHARLES BAs'r, "Swip" ill A X Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School East Liberty Academy Cambria Business College Not characteristic of his name. Is an as sured success at a party or social gathering. CLAN BEAL, "jumper" Elrama, Pa. Monongahela High School Noisy and troublesome, which very facts however, make him all the more likable to us PHARMACY JOHN C. BEEGLE, "jack" lb A X New Kensington, Pa. New Kensington High School Indiana Normal Only pill maker in school, but that is enough SAMUEL BARR BERMAN, "Bob" Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School A Roman of the good old type when the smell of battle is in the air. G. A. BITNER Latrobe, Pa. Ligonier High School lron City College ln experience an old married man. in action a boy of twelve. WlLLfAall CARLETON BOYLE, "Duke," i " . Clarksburg, W. Va. Clarksburg High School i A lover of work and so a curiosity. PAUL O. BURGGRAF, "Burgy" fl' A X Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Athletic Representative When it comes to after-dinner speeches Burgy is a Webster. 1 BERNICE BURRIER Amsterdam, Ohio l Kilgore High School Kent State Normal College Scio College Her activities consist of entertaining young fnen. LEE CAMPBELL. "Sis" Sligo, Pa. Sligo High School ' Clarion State Normal "Sis" is that rare creature, a school teacher turned student. WILLIAM HARRY CAssELL, "Bill" Grafton, W. Va. Grafton High School Makes an ideal chaperone, because of his shy and modest nature. FRED G. CANAVAN, "Fritz" KW' Clearfield, Pa. Clearfield High School Draws unlimited attention from less fortu- nate mortals. T. ALFRED CHAMBERS, "Al," fl' A X Pittsburgh, Pa. West Newton High School Pharmacy Manager of l9l 7 Owl There is no doubt as to who is present when "Pot" arrives on the scene. DWIGHT l... CHAPMAN, "Chap" KW' Tarentum, Pa. Tarentum High School ll? combination of an actor and a roller of Pl s. HARRY W. CHILDS, "Heavy" KW' McKeesport, Pa. lVlcKeesport High School Full of a high grade enthusiasm for basket- ball. FRED R. CLARK, "Fred" Cairo, Mo. Grant District High School Despite red hair and the inevitable freckles, Fred is a surprisingly even tempered fellow. PHILSON D. COLLINS, "Fee," KW' Meyersdale, Pa. Meyersdale High School Not the Prince of Good Fellows, but the Prince of Men. I RALPH WILLIAM CZYZEWSKI, "Queen" Braddock, Pa. St. Vincent College Duquesne University An athlete in the days gone by. W. J. BRYAN DATZ, "Dalzie" fl' A X Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Would it be a bad guess to say that "Dat- zie's" father is a Democrat? GEORGE B. DAVIDSON, "judge," Kllf' Butler, Pa. Butler High School A Butlerite whose immortal light shines among the pills. ' RICHARD J. DAY, "Dick" Kllf' Pittsburgh, Pa. lron City College A very serious proprietor. Why is it that all little men are serious? ,Two lumdrcd ciglzty-tlzrcu PHARMACY FLORA AMELIA DICRER Knoxville, Pa. Union High School A speech maker who never made a speech in her life! H. FRANCIS EASLY, "Cricket," KW' Johnstown, Pa. St. Johns High School Johnstown High School A fresh air fiend who would sooner walk than ride. - HARRY A. ERcI-IER, "Ike" Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Need anything more than "fusser" be said? JOHN J. Escn, "Doc" Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School Student Band Activity , Beyond a doubt a great musician since he gays in the University of Pittsburgh Student an . IRA W. FANNING, "Christy" KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy The man is yet to come who shall ever hear him say anything sensible. EDWARD A. HERBERT, "Piggy" 'll A X Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School Notwithstanding his nickname, "Piggy" is a man for a' that. DONALD M. HEAVEY, "Don" Butler, Pa. Butler High School Will stand for anything but cabarets. T. J. HUGHES KW' Waynesburg, Pa. Waynesburg Academy Waynesburg College A great believer in patronizing home prod- ucts. R. RAYMOND HULL, "FIuf" Tarentum, Pa. Tarentum High School If "Fluff" slept as much as he was awake he would be awake as much as he was asleep. W. K. HYER S A KW' Sutton, W. Va. Sutton High School A fighter of the old school Two hundred eighty-four HARRY S. IRWIN, "Doc" KW' Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown High School A born trader-of broken test tubes. MoRRIs HAROLD KAI-IN Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School A searcher for the Fountain of Youth. N. A. ITSCOITZ Mclfeesport, Pa. lVlcKeesport High School One of the few keepers of the Golden Rule. CARL EDWIN FURBEE, "Skeeter" fl, A X Pennsboro, W. Va. Pennsboro High School An old type Virginian from W. Va. HENRY B. JOHNSON, "Bern," Butler, Pa. Greensburg High School A cat trainer of no mean ability. S. T. FLEMING, "Flem" KW' Clarion, Pa. Clarion State Normal Derives his greatest.pleasure from watching the others labor. ROBERT L. FOWLER, "Bobby" KW' Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School A lover of the Sweet and quiet life. MATT GALLEGHER Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School From the card Matt handed in he evidently has nothing and wants nothing. EDWIN WALTER GAMBLE Butler, Pa. Butler High School "Sherman was right"-After some months on the border. WEsLEY DERLYN GEARY, .iGfiRNi8', KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. South High School An optimist of the best sort. L. E. GILLESPIE, "Lefty," Canonsburg, Pa. Peters Township High School A man of decidedly religious tendencies. A pillar of the Presbyterian Church. PHARMACY EDGAR A. GRAHAM, "Ed" Chicora, Pa. Kllf' Chicora High School John McCormack surely isjealous of "Ed's" voice. WILLIAM B. GRAI-IAM, "Red" Pittsburgh, Pa. McKees Rocks High School The worry of "Red's" life is to find out how to make pills round. STANLEY A. GUSKEA, "Steve" K'I" Monongahela, Pa. Monongahela Academy A lad who follows after his namesake, Steve Brodie. JOHN HANNA, "Auclioneer" KW' Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School One whose checkered career has kept them all guessing. G. E. HAURY, "Ed" Monessen. Pa. Monessen High School A believer in the good old adage, "God bless our home." ROBERT M. HEADINGS, "Bob," Milroy, Pa. Milroy High School A man of mighty muscle who bowls, oh! how he bowls. EDWARD A. HERBERT, "Piggy" ALFRED KUI-IL, "Al' Mclfeesport, Pa. McKeesport High School uWgen it comes to bowling he knocks them a 0 . STANLEY KUKLEWIZ Exeter, Pa. West Pittston High School What a lot of good fellowship contained in one man. DAVID B. LABOWITZ, "Labby" ill E fl Etna, Pa. Etna High School East Liberty Academy "I..abby" has the same old self-confidence Yvgiich has carried him along so far through I e. RAYMOND E. LANDSBERY, "Tub" Clearfield, Pa. St. Francis High School Is of the opinion that Eicher had consumed a bottle of Moerlein's before his exams. Great brain stimulant. ADAM R. LANG, "Prince" K 'll' Pittsburgh, Pa. Peabody High School Representative Athletic Council: Student Band He certainly loves to ride in taxis. HARRY K. MACFARLANE, "Mac" K'l" Elrama, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Geneva College Vice-President Junior Class: Junior Prom Committee Here is our noble vice-president, who is al- ways looking after the best interests of our class. His only fault is that he can not stay away from home over a week. A member of the "Tish" musical club. JOHN H. MCCRACKEN, "jack" Kllf' DuBois, Pa. DuBois High School A microscopy laboratory fiend. Also quite a skater. IRA C. MILLER, "Insect" KW' Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School "Insect" shines in making love to preachers' daughters. EDWARD A. MILES, "Ted" 'Il A X Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School The boy with the long name. Another of the Flood City tribe. EDWARD C. NIED, "Ed" Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny High School -We'll have to restrict the sale of "brown mixture." MAx PECI-IERSKY Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Pittsburgh Academy A fellow who is evidently here to learn what a good pharmacist should do and how he should act. Two hundred eighty-five PHARMACY C. F. PILLART Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne University He was a wise boy in moving down Bluff Street a couple of blocks. MICHAEL J. Po1.ENcHEEic Rankin, Pa. Braddock High School Another fellow who is eagerly pursuing edu- cation with a good chance of getting it. LEON POVNO, "Lee" Philadelphia, Pa. Medico Chi College An admirer of the screen heroes and hero- ines and a devotee of the indoor sports of pool, billiards and bowling. WM. C. PRESCOTT, "Bill" Hazelwood, Pa. Duquesne University ls seriously thinking of enlisting in the army to uphold the honor of the family. A skater of ability. ARTHUR H. ROBERTS, "Bob" K'l" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh High School lt is rumored that he has been seen walking in his sleep. LEWIS T. ROMINGER, "Doc" Johnstown, Pa. Hartsville Cindj High School Franklin flnd.J College Central College Doc is usually so quiet that you wonder why he persists in wearing that loud mustache. J. SANTOS Santiago, Cuba San Fabriel, Spain The boy who speaks in every tongue. A gentleman of the old school. JOHN F. SCHUEY, "jack" K ll' Kittanning, Pa. Kittanning High School The human enigma. ls he kidding or not? A student who would gladden the heart of any professor. HARRY SEGEL, "Heine" Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School Believes in submarines, the last one being a canal boat full of bricks. Two lzinulrvzl eiylziy-six A. T. SIDEHAMER, "Sidie" Mt. Pleasant, Pa. East Huntington High School Sometimes he comes to school quite regu- larly. He seems to get along with the least work of any fellow in the class. HARRY L. SISLEY, "Sis" KW' Knoxville, Pa. Union High School Love, ladies and war. AURELIA Sous E I Rodas, Cuba Southern College of Pharmacy Loves to borrow from his neighbors. RANDALL D. SPIETH, "Weary" K'I" Pittsburgh, Pa. Riverside High School Given to innocent amusements, but never- theless a good student. A. J. STAUFF, JR., "Al" IU!" Pittsburgh, Pa. ,Pittsburgh High School C. NATHANIEL STROTHER Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Very much afraid of bombs. The shining light of the laboratory. "Doc, i can't work, for the boys are disturbing me." JoE PARKS THOMAS, "Tommy" lOl" Altoona, Pa. Altoona High School Pitt Players: Class President "l'm with you boys, if you eat," CHAIEIEES TRUESDELL VALENTINE, "Jimmie" qv Washington, Pa. Washington High School Washington ane Jefferson College Western Reserve University A boy with a good head on him who decided that he would make a better pharmacist than a physician. MRS. D. B. WEBBER, "Mother" Pittsburgh, Pa. Woodward High School As good as a pharmacist as she is a mother. ,Q J-L PHARMACY M. ax PW . -15 , cc or ,,. . A we-y sf fy db .a JV nllil vnu: MICHAEL S. WARGOKLICK Homestead. Pa. Homestead High School "lt's hard work," but what it takes to get through l've got. JUSTIN WEBBER, "Dutch" K 'P' Pittsburgh, Pa. Q Central High School Q Fifth Avenue High School Q A prince among princes and a shark at E chemistry. Ask Judd. il Johnstown, Pa. , 1 Johnstown High School ' Otterbein University. I Does his work despite his rough tendencies. Ron-r E. WEIMER, "Rowdy" III A X J v 4 E PAUL V. WEISMILLER, "Kaiser" KW' V Johnstown, Pa. I , St. Vincent's College . He likes to let you know that he knows. u w B 1 3 ' . Z w . l 1 f l l UI l I l c di W J , r H. H. WIEGLE KW' Pittsburgh. Pa. He is married. Probably that accounts for his being so industrious and studious. LUTHER WOOMER, "Luke" KW' Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone High School A universal favorite with the entire class. He would make a good soldier in time of need. HOMER E1.MoN'r Yocl-rum. "Hap" Meadville, Pa. ' Meadville High School He is one of the merrymakers of our class. Always greets you with a smile and generally has a new joke to spring. ANDREW ZAcovlc, "Andy" KIP' Uniontown, Pa. -Madison Academy A very quiet, satisfactory student to be a Bohemian. Two hundred eighty-seven V, -L.. .Y 4- 7 'LJ W 'N .85 D W I If 'l is .3 W QI M, liill Fil i.l'r l" ly" 5, wr J A.. an is ' l Q if 5 E Zc:L::,.::3, ., E:.QiEi::g:i.i:.7tf:::ziicfgiaiigiiggigzzgi in I l PHARMACY 55 E FW! LJ I u X ' lf Igharmarg Zluninra JEROME C. ALBERT, "Romcy" Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe High School St. Vincent College Romey tried many classes at Pharmacy School, but at last decided to graduate with a good class. J. LEE Aus'nN .EA li Meyersdale, Pa. Meyersdale High School Allegheny College Austin comes from the mountains of Somerset County. He has brought with him his bad habit of kidding the ladies. PAUL BARCLAY KW' Punxsutawney, Pa. Beechwood High School Grove City College Chairman Entertainment Committee This handsome young man has the honor of telling the boys all about the groundhogs. We often wonder why he went home on the first of February. JAMES HENRY BELL, "jim" Kittanning, Pa. Kittanning High School One of the demons from Kittanning. It is a wonder that the girls back home have let this young man come so far away. FOREST BOUCHER, "Barney" KH" Duquesne, Pa. Duquesne High School "Oh, if I only had a cigarette." The boy who is never on time. Two hundred eighty-eight 'N nm 1 be A wwmwf- W.----A A ' - -U ..- .H ..,.....- - f . p . 'f' ,,., . - NX .,,,..,.. .., L. Nj' gy! Xfivl .'QX. M H .ll ..,. . L1 ,pgs Y Y A vi! ll' . -"?ffJ 'i-JVQU-?Z'f.f will C535--2 'C' ""A4QC?4:lTf.'Kfi.:2A1:1I........ .W X- !':,..,.es...fQi,'1.LWbIT?.l'iT.: 0 ' v- 39, K Mi.. -1 . . I . 1.1 Aix 4 l iw 4 L EJ WM, ,U L, PHARMACY F 1 A 1-' lrlzf k 4 54, f 1 I FAY ADAMS DAVIS Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School It is a mystery why Davis is taking pharmacy when he would make a perfect minister. WM. R. DAv1s - Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School One of the Braddock boys. Not so rough as they usually are. but loud enough. CoaMicK Bnasuan, "Dutch" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Carnegie Tech ' C Lookls are certainly deceiving. but then you must remember that Bres's first name is ormic . X JAMES H. BRODHEAD, "Jimmie" Kittanning, Pa. Kittanning High School . - One of ,Iimmie's failings is sleeping in class. He also is very fluent in his praise of the big city of Kittanning. LEE BRYAN, "Bill" KD A X Clearfield, Pa. . Clearfield High School Like his namesake. an ardent advocate of the virtues of grape juice. He has even attempted to discover its joy-giving ingredients in our chemistry lab. MICHAEL P. BUMBERA, "Bugs" Braddock, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy "Bumb" is the ring-leader of about ten of the younger element. He is forever leading them into some new enterprise. CHARLES COLLINS, "Charlie" Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Central High School Little Charlie our only salesman. Selling chances on the Clearing House is his spe- cialty. Frequeritly attends the Federal Street Nixon and kindly demonstrates for us. J. G. FARQUHAR Nlonessen, Pa. Monessen High School A quiet, gentlemanly fellow who will make good. Two lumdred eighty-nine KW. .,.,,,-,, M, ...L ....-....-...M...,..,...... -.,.. ..........f"" fn X,-""'glf3 f' V i -I' fl P:-22 F. , . ..-x f' , iiilw-Qwh""A"'s.....f"':'! '-Wm, P. ..., ,............,. ,. . --rf -tm - - ..-. . v.-.. 1... .... , ....,.., .,., .- -,W ' - .,,,.,,,. 3 1 I u 5 J" .ll s.:g,f"'-1' -N ,, -,J.Tr.f..: F. 7 . .. .Y ..... .. .... .... N -F.---.-'ff .- ..W-:f.....-W...- -.,.....ni. .....,.. . . f..--mf.-.nf-1-Q J-a. 1' 5 A .QP ,. ' Q ' , 'i , . 1 . . 1.. . ,j'QA,-. 14, NQYIQ. 41- Ag., lf"-ww --Q 1' . A .. .-mn. .- .m....s. ,-.. . ,...m.........,.f.....m-.v...vM........-.v..-..........-...N.. F.. . . ...ls-f-..n-1.1-'ima-...Bk-Mx. nfs, --I-.5 'C N ,gg F94 ' A WF cf - ' Wg- ' ' W' 7 'J' Y 7-'iixjmiivl l C J ,ii "IT D 5 I ' II ' if A 'gr A , ,, 111'2i gg 3, ff A -.u pg .5 , -- Elini ,. A URI!FYtgQ,..f.4f,.:,-f5.,,... '....1',...-- ..,. Alf 'L' I 5' N, -.SLU ---1. - X, lil 4 M- r 1,437 PHARMACY R. ,I l 1 fn! Av - ' w ,mf A R1 'fs' f .it 4: 1 . 3-lfg,A i-Wifi gi it iii 1 ill i u l lin .Hi I R a 1 F 1 WM. L. FLECKENSTEIN, "Arsenic" . , Johnstown. Pa. N 1 E li Rowe College ll ' 3 . Very intelligent. Always telling the boys how to pass the state board. Loves to expa- gl l tiate upon the statesmen of Johnstown. I E A G "K " UGENE . ARDILL, upy f if North Braddock, Pa. W I St. Thomas High School 1 i North Braddock High School i A qnythinlg but a fussslr. He has an alibi for hanging around the girl's lobby: his sister 5 I 18 a so a p armacy stu ent. ll I HENRY A. GEYER, "Dui h" fi i::gtsbiiri'5ii'i:?h lc ' A nt ' I I "Dui:h" his bceezolikened to a three-dollar-a-week factory girl because he can chew gum with his mouth closed. HARRY GORDON P'tt bu gh, P . l Piaaliiody Higlii School l ,Thi lcznly pugilist iii the class. He has issued many challenges. The first week of - sc oo e was particu ar y active. NORMAN E. HALLMAN, "Ca Hey" i igohnstiwn, Ilila. h S h I S f arnes oro ig c oo 1 b How the girls do admire this boy. He has that admirable faculty of minding his own A usmess. I Loaiooir: E. HARBISEN, "Weasel" as ington. . . 1, Armstrong High School Howard University , A very quiet and industrious lad. A microscopy and chemistry lab. fiend. ,ICQ-lx? L.SHnLL1ARDl5"Jack" K ll" est un u y. a. gorth Ngashgnifon Institute rove ity o ege P 'd nt J ' Cl Oluisbrgesidehxflgrtakirzz Pharmacy only as a side issue, for his main ambition is to put she gloves on with ,seas Willarg. glezixdvgegfall youlngcinen to take nzalted milk if they esire to tip t e sca es at two un r an ty, as e oes. EDWARD H. HOAK McKee po t, Pa. i McKee:poit High School 1 I To look at him you would hardly think that he comes from lVlcKeesport. 31,5 ' i 1' ,Q Fil Two hundrm' ninety A 1 l . 'lf t . D . S... 5, e ,. ee df' r as s,7N ' KD IJ Qtr V It " f-'Q----gy----W.--f-ff , me V-.--:rf . V- - ' --rr' , --V W ' 3 , b 'i M'i,f3Qi'7Y"'6' '." ' 3' T ' ' " A': "L """A" "" ':"'?" T". V W ' A R L4 1 lg LZ - -f u l PHARMACY PHILIP HOFFMAN California, Pa. 5th class of Russian Gymnasium Very gentlemanly and sedate. Always carries a young library with him. DONALD C. JEFFERSON, "Jef" Pittsburgh, Pa. Fifth Avenue High School Another one of the front seat knowledge seekers. Quite active around the restaurant. CHARLES KINKEAD, "Kinny" I Greensburg, Pa. Greensburg High School Greensburg's chief booster. He talks Greensburg day and night. He is as bad as a book agent. JOHN F. KIRKPATRICK, "Kirk" Conemaugh, Pa. Rowe College Cambria College Girls he is bald-headed. Lucky boy. He doesn't have to comb his hair. RALPH KUHN, "Splut" 111 A X lrwin, Pa. Mt. Pleasant High School Another Home town booster. Enjoys his course just the same. RABBI I. KUTCHURKOCHOFF Pittsburgh, Pa. Central High School Why should he be taking Pharmacy when he will fall heir to a nice butcher shop? STANLEY A. KUZMAK Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne University 1 Finding the rough road to pharmaceutical success more difhcult than life at Duquesne University. SAMUEL LARSON Duquesne, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy Hair that a girl would be proud of. And he is proud of it too. ROBERT L. LOHMIRE, "Bob" Barnesville. Ohio One of those men who does not say much himself but who absorbs everything he hears. Two 111lllIfl't?.f niliely-one vb f 2. ' M ' 1 QM X ,?3V"L s dl. V ,. V PHARMACY i fy. HARRY K. MACFARLANE, "Mac" Elrama. Pa. Pittsburgh Academy- Geneva College Vice-President Junior Class: Junior Prom Committee PAUL C. MCCONNELL, "Scrubby" KW' Butler, Pa. Prospect High School ' Westminster College Although he hails from the country, he says he is getting on to the ways of the big city fast. He still has a hard time finding his way around the downtown districts. EDWARD B. Msxsr-roN, Jn., "Ed" KW' ' Saxonburg, Pa. Butler High Cabot Academy lndiana State Normal Slippery Rock State Normal California State Normal Junior Prom Committee Here is our millionaire pharmacy student who takes great pride in going to all the nor- mal schools. He figures on going to school and taking care of his normal teachers at the same time. BENJAMIN MIDDLEMAN, "Benny" McKees Rocks, Pa. Allegheny High School Has difficulty in hearing the questions that the Profs ask him. Needs more sleep. JOHN Monnow, "jack" Canonsburg, Pa. Canonsburg High School He wears cloth top shoes and a loud. oh, a very loud vest. Naughty boy. Aufnano Omo Santiago. Cuba Luis Cuza School ' . Pharmacy must be a different business in Cuba. But Alfredo has chosen the right school, if it is far from home. JAMES A. PALANGE Pittsburgh. Pa. Pittsburgh Academy His most famous expressions are "Weep for little Italy" and "See Rome, then die." ALAN S. PENNEY, "Cent" Mars, Pa. Mars High School He is from Mars and he is a very noisy boy. Such a combination. bl ld T-wo hundred ninety-Iwo 0 li i i 'lA - I 'i'i'i C 3" F n diff-C ' . YTVTT. f ' Eiiff' if' b , 4: -... u "cg '--' 0. ren... , V . ,N aw PHARMACY josam-I POLANSKI, "joe" Braddock, Pa. Braddock High School Seldom seen or heard, but here just the same. A good listener and a poor talker. VAUGHN R Kcavllf' Ebensburg, Pa. Ebensburg High School The Ebensburg village cut-up. Fond of raising disturbances in the smoking room. Popular with the ladies. HENRY ALLEN SANDERS. "Henn" fb A X Beaver, Pa. Beaver High School He comes well recommended from his home town. just now is waging a desperate struggle with chemistry. LLOYD Sansa, "Chuck" ID A X Moundsville. W. Va. "', Pittsburgh Academy - Some day he is going to wake up and wonder where he is. C. E. SHQWALTER, "Mike" Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe High School He travels clear from Latrobe every morning. The early morning air is putting a beau- tiful tint in his cheeks which, is much admired in Latrobe society. . JOSEPH M. SGARLATA lVlcKeesport, Pa. Pittsburgh Academy 1 College, University of Pittsburgh ,Ioe is a famous dancer. He is the terpsichorean idol of Braddock. JOSEPH MCK. STARR, "B1ackey" K 'I' Butler, Pa. Concord Township High School . He will be an all-around man when he is through. He has had his training in farming and is in the process of getting it in Pharmacy. W. K. STIMER Juniata, Pa. Juniata High School Due. no doubt, to the fact that he lives near the Huntingdon reformatory, Stimer is a nice, gentlemanly chap. ! .... :ANI F A f W wha Two hundred nznelv three 'KJ A . g - -- . ' --sewn L- is i-ASL- - g li. W fi-z ., " A ll E PHARMACY ' 4 A sq" Q gy C ' . .Q H9933 , 4. 'rf -'e ll 4' ,v M. J. SULLIVAN. "john L. Pittsburgh, Pa. . Pittsburgh Academy ' First lieutenant of Bumbera's gang. Usually heard before seen. Goes arm in arm with old man excitement. WM. C. THOMSON KW' Butler, Pa. Butler High School Geneva College One of the members of the "Tish" gang. Cannot see the reason for so much school. LYNNE D. WALKER Somerset, Pa. Millsboro High School Staunton Military Academy Ohio Military Institute The soldier boy from the top of the Allegheny Mountains. ls proud of the Somerset County beauties. EDWARD G. WAMBAUGH, "Wammy" W'lk' b Pa. 1 ins urg. Duquesne University A very quiet and modest student, but histl he chews "Honest Scrap." . WM. L. WARDLAN, "Daisy" 'wr Scottdale, Pa. II Scottdale High School I "The Pride of Scottdale." As proud of his home town as it is of him. ALBERT R. WATKINS, "Al" Parnassus, Pa. Mercersburg Academy He just loves to loiter around. CLARENCE EARL WATSON Slippery Rock, Pa. Slippery Rock High School Slippery Rock Normal School Has been taken for both the pharmacist and the sweep-out boy at Saalbach's. .. --9-ZZ Q22 EITC AX X T i l FN7 ? 4 Tu 0 I1 undred ninety-four X, .... ,L L ..... .,-.----..--.o..-e. . 7 A. i 'c.-li?"f5jl Info., N Q ' 4 X 'E . r i I QQ 7 Y 21.1 'figKfifgziilgfii-:.f'?f?iii -. ft 4' 4? ' -A.. -.L. . . ..-, - - --. - W.. -f-W. -.--:M .1-i .. . ..Y -- "ll ALUMNI General Alumni Azwnriatinu CI-IARLES W. RIDINGER, Engr. '93 LOUIS J. AFFELDER, Engr. '94 BERTRAND H. SMYERS, Col. '93 . KARL E. DAVIS, Engr. 'I0 . . . . . General Secretary FLOYD ROSE, Assoc. Col. '96, Mines 'Il . . . ALFRED R. HAMILTON, Assoc. Engr. '94, Econ. 'I I . Gbliirrrn , President Vice-President Treasurer Chairman Alumni Council Representative on Board of Trustees i5nunrm'g"lHiI:v lirwihvutn GEORGE H. CLAPP, Col. '77 BENJAMIN TI-IAW, Col. '78 SAMUEL A. TAYLOR, Engr. '87 R. B. MELLON, Assoc. Col.K' H. S. CALVERT, Col. '93 JOSEPH C. TREES, Engr. '95 T. H. B. MCKNIGI-IT, Assoc. Col. '80 J. M. HANSEN, Assoc. Col. '83 Alumni IQPEIDIIIIZIIIPYH GENERAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 503-505 Commonwealth Building. Mvrnnuuel nf Alumni Glnuuril L. J. AFFELDER, Engr. '94 DR. J. J. ALLEN, Med. '9I P. E. ANGLE, Engr. '08 DR. J. S. ASI-IBROOK, Dent. 'I I G. M. P. BAIRD, Col. '09 DR. J. F. BIDDLE, Dent. '03 DR. F. J. BLUMENSCHEIN, Phar. '02 DR. C. O. BOOTH, Dent. '05 DR. E. T. CI-IATI-IAM, Med. '09 W. C. COFFIN, Engr. '83 K. E. DAVIS, Engr. 'I0 H. S. DOWNING, Col. 'I5 DR. S. D. EMRICK, Dent. 'I0 M. H. ENGLAND, Law '09 S. C. FARRAR, JR., Engr. '96 J. C. FETTERMANN, Col. '96 M. A. FOLLANSBEE, Mines 'I4 C. R. FOSTER, Ed. 'II A. M. GOLDBERGER, Ed. 'I3 R. E. GROVE, Ec. 'I4 A. R. HAMILTON, Assoc. Engr. '94, EC. 'I I DR. H. W. HECKEL, Dent. '08 W. D. HOCKENSMITH, Engr. 'OI J. G. HOUSTON, Col. '03, Law '06 L. B. HURST, Col. '02, Law '05 DR. F. B. JENKINS, Dent. '06 DR. A. F. JUDD, Phar. '95 G. M. KIRK, Assoc. Col. 'I3 R. W. KISER, Col. '0I DR. J. A. KOCH, Phar. '84 C. A. Locke, Law '97 R. A. MCCRADY, Ec. 'I I, Law 'I4 L. W. MCINTYRE, Engr. 'I2 R. C. MCKENNA, Engr. '04 DR. P. V. MCPARLAND, Dent. '04 W. C. MACQUOWN, Engr. 'I3 DR. E. E. MAYER, Col. '95, Med. '97 DEAN H. B. MELLER, Mines 'I0 J. J. O'CONNOR, JR., Col. 'I0 J. G. QUICK, Ec. 'I3 H. S. REIZENSTEIN, Engr. 'I0 DR. WALTI-IER RIDDLE, Col. '92 C. W. RIDINGER, Engr. '93 FLOYD ROSE, Assoc. Col. '96, Mines 'I I DR. LOUIS SAALBACH, Phar. '95 C. W. ScoVEL, Col. '83 PROF. ALEXANDER SILVERMAN, Col. '02 BERTRAND H. SMYERS, Col. '93 C. D. WETTACH, Ec. 'I5 W. W. ZIEG, Mines 'I0 Two tl Inzrlred uilzety-jiiur ALUMNI Q 1 4 's Two Illllldffd lzilzciy-.vi.x' ALUMNI Qbftirrrz nf Hitt Olluh Zlrtfcrnnxu Clnuntg DR. W. C. NEWCOME, Med. '92, Big Run, Pa. . DR. R. C. C-OURLEY, Med. '94, Punxsutawney, Pa. ROBERT M. CAMPBELL, Col. '19, Punxsutawney, Pa. . Mwtmnrelanh Qlnuntg W. D. l-locKENsM1'rH, Engr. '01, Penn Station, Pa. . . R. K. PICKARD, Phar. '12, Scottdale, Pa. . . DR. B. F. JENKINS, Dent. '06, Jeannette, Pa. . ijzaurr Qinuntg DR. B. C. PAINTER, Med. '05, New Brighton, Pa. ARTHUR MCKEAN, Col. '05, Beaver Falls, Pa. PAUL HOWE, Assoc. Ee. '16, Freedom, Pa. . . ljjnxrngutnxun, QDl1in DR. J. F. ELDER, Med. '00, Youngstown, O. . DR. E. A. TOBEY, Med. '04, Youngstown, O. . G. C. CHIRICHIGNO, Engr. '15, Youngstown, O. . Zlnhnuinum. Mn. DR. J. B. O'DONNELL, Dent. '14, Johnstown, Pa. R. B. MosEs, Phar. '15, Johnstown, Pa. . . J. B. HERSHBERGER, Phar. '16, Johnstown, Pa. . E. 1-l. ALLENDORFER, Phar. '13, Johnstown, Pa. . illllnnnngahrln lllallvg DR. F. C. STAHLMAN, Med. '96, Charleroi, Pa. . . DR. J. A. SPROWLS, Med. '96, Donora, Pa. . Doss T. JAMES, Dent. '17, Charleroi, Pa. . . Shznangn Illullvg DR. I... W. WILSON, Med. '91, New Castle, Pa. . Miss FRANCES W. F. FOULKE, Col. '11, New Castle, P A. E. DOUGLASS, Phar. '08, New Castle, Pa. . . Maki liiallrg DR. L. W. QUINN, Dent. '00, Vandergrift, Pa. . . HARRY HEFFRIN, Assoc. Engr. '94, Kittanning, Pa. DR. W. LACE., Med. '13, Vandergrift, Pa. . . President Vice-President . Secretary- Tr easurer . President Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer . President - Vice-President . Secret ary- Treasurer . President Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer . President Vice-President . Secretary . President Vice-President . Secretary . President Vice-President . Secretary Two lzzmdred 711IICfj'-5671811 ALUMNI Uhr Alumni Anznriatinn The year l9l6-I9l7 was one of advancement in alumni activities and grad- ually this important feature of Pitt's organization is being strengthened to a point where it will be a powerful agency for the upbuilding of the University. The most important work done was the publishing of a Directory of former students, this including not only those who received degrees, but those who were enrolled for any length of time. The Directory, which has 350 pages, contains the names of about 8,500 Pittites and is of untold value to the University and Alumni authorities. One thousand copies were published and the majority are now in circulation. lt is the intention to revise the Directory annually in future, there having been no revision since l9I0, when the Hrst general Directory was gotten out under the direction of Professor Alexander Silverman, '02. With the Directory as a foundation for effective work, a campaign for 500 members was held during the month of April and was very successful. As a result the membership of the Association has been increased to almost 2,000, as compared with 300 two years ago. Two hundred workers participated in the campaign, the captains being as follows: A. K. Collingwood, Ee. 'l6g Harold S. Downing, Col. 'l5: Dr. S. D. Emrick, Dent. 'IOQ Prof. C. R. Foster, Ed. 'I I 3 J. Steele Gow, Col. 'I6g Robert E. Grove, Ec. 'l4: W. D. Hockensmith, Engr. 'OI 5 John W. W. Hallock, Engr. 'l2g Laurence B. Hurst, Col. '02, Law, '05g Dr. A. F. Judd, Phar. '95: Robert W. Kiser, Col. '0l Q W. C. lVlacQuown, Engr. 'l3: Dean H. B. Meller, Mines, 'l0g Roland A. lVlcCrady, Ec. 'I l, Law 'l4: Dr. P. V. Mcparland, Dent. '04: G. Quick, EC. 'I3g Floyd Rose, Col. '96, Mines 'l lg John O'Connor, Jr., Col. 'I0g Bertrand H. Smyers, Col. '93: Prof. Alexander Silverman, Col. '02. All the Pitt alumni and undergraduate clubs had banquets during the year and these resulted in bringing many new members into the Association. New clubs were formed at Johnstown, Pa., Youngstown, O., and the Kiski Valley, making a total of eight such organizations. A number of additional clubs will be formed before the year is over, one being in New York city. Tivo lzundrvd nilzvty-eight ALUMNI The l9l6 Commencement season was a very active one for the Alumni. Class reunions were held, the Alumni baseball team engaged the varsity in a game on Trees field, and the Commencement day banquet was the best ever held. The toastmaster was T. H. B. McKnight, Assoc. Col. '80, a member of the Board of Trustees. Among the speakers was Rev. Dr. john R. Wightman, '65, who was the first secretary of the University Alumni Association. The Rev. Dr. john H. McCandless, '64, the first secretary-treasurer of the Association, was given the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity at the Commencement exercises. The publicity work of the Alumni Association was well taken care of in the "Pitt Weekly," a full page being devoted, as usual, to this feature. During the April campaign, the "Weekly" space was increased to two pages and free copies sent to all non-members. This helped to increase interest. The "Varsity Letter Club," with membership including alumni and students who had won the varsity athletic insignia at W. U. P. and Pitt, held an enthusi- astic meeting in March. Officers were elected as follows: President, Dr. A. B. Wallagren, Med. '02, Vice-President, Dr. C. C. Marshall, Med. '08, Secretary- Treasurer, Robert E. Grove, Ec. 'l4. Two of Pitt's oldest and most noted alumni died during the year, one being the Hon. George W. Guthrie, '66, American Ambassador to japan, and the other being the Rev. joseph Horner, '49, who, up to that time, was the oldest living alumnus of the University. A. W. Pentland, of Washington, D. C., is now the only surviving member of the class of l849, and is Pitt's oldest living graduate. He is in fairly good health and has communicated on several occasions during the year with the Alumni office. Alumni took an active part in undergraduate affairs during the year, in a supervising capacity. Many of the Alumni spoke before student clubs and organizations, and assisted in the businessmanagement of their affairs. All this tended to create a commendable spirit of co-operation between alumni and students. Membership in the General Association is of three classes: Regular, Asso- ciate and Honorary. Annual dues of Regular and Associate members are 32.00, which includes a free subscription to the "Pitt Weekly." Life Membership dues are 350.00 for these classes. The Alumni Council is the executive body of the General Alumni Association and is composed of fifty members, two from the ten different schools of the University and thirty elected at large. Regular meetings are held on the third Monday of March, May, October and December. The annual meeting of the General Alumni Association is held in June. The meetings of Alumni Council are held, following the custom inaugurated in l9I5, at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association, dinner being served before the Council went into session. The attendance was large at all meetings and members took an increased interest in all activities. Two 11 uudrvd nincty-11 ine 7.,l7'f'6' llllllliffli A L U M N I iiitfz 09121251 Alummm JAS. HORNER, A.B., '49 Died january ll. l9I7 Anulmzzuhnl' tu Jlapnn GEO. W. GUTHRIE, A.B., '66 Died March 8, I9l7 FRATERNITIES 5:4 ea 11. av 1'f2fi5::f'.1'1:+ "'v -f ' 2'-"pig"'-v'4.2-2'f4'vB1-:I - 'xfief-wfo'd,1H'?- f1f1w.ff.se's -ff'-22:,j,f5wf ,evggpgg,153J:p5r1-gggjff..-43--.-51:g,f:Q- IR 5: 5 L'w1,:3- 1Zvrm4.-:i':-.1 -2-rt". il?-1 " ' W Q 'Pi 4'?jg5Z?.QTf'-'igiflffff5. ?Z?iQ5 -liwff'if'fig1Li:.TFg-'ffi2-ifif-Q4?4i:?.Ysfi525g5:' F13?e.:":' Q A if "a ' -. " fff-",'Lr'- ,"' G-H'i.,J"f.'X AW? I"'i","?'i-1TV"'ff H' f fllxlqg Q :fff:E?Qfg1:1srfqiliifw-,'fff1?:fffi1wifi,"if 'V" Fw.. . AGP 545: - - 1-1.-v -----, ' fm.-,L H: z X-"W1'PJ-'f-1'J'x'i'aP' 'H 1-1. , H5970 "-" iff-'T11373f,,i'5'!1J?.51'f"'ifr'1iQJ1lW'f ' 2233 Lif- S ZSHE - A DSW ' Qpfw if--'ilsif'Ei'3i.1','92521 'Z", 'A ' X 55223iu.f:iw,y5i,-fgsigi-I ,WA " H L. wr- I, ww- , X A 'm,g:x'w'-'1N.:1' ' My : fa, e. .'.- N' twdffw-af'v4'-'Q'mm fw- MXJXLZ3 E'?fff,1'1ag.il,, -',, ' 3 ",' 1 ..-' N ',f54J'i,fr3gEaiPn'cf14fw' pf' , ' i . ' 5-i::::z.f:, ,A.' 111. , 25,5-bgwfqiffikwglz V cw: E E ..,,m,yx - T.!Zi':ffL1Ifl4 5' '-' . g , QSAQB L-2.:,ilZzgfgi1j3g mms A63 5 213.5514 V n 4, . 51 A .-'J ' il . .fff'i'1.,f'1j1f, 1 f OAV Egg ' ,f fx ...UNI Us D'ANT""A llllllllllllllll NllllllllllllllllllllllnaalfxlfmIIEBKTOI 5 . ,f-.-,.., ,,- -, .,,, - .:4...,- ,n f 1,4 ,- .4 y ,,..- ,-IW.-... .n,.:':,,f .-.,-ww-.,N ,W .,-f g-J.. 1 ,M ,.,.,, ,-,,. .L,,x.,,WL,,4,A,,1,M, 7, my ,L ww , 11,1 VW- 4::.v:,51:. E3l.,Q,, 2.9 Three llzmflwfl one ' 5. I I E . "JI I .f-' 'TFL ' ripjli- K' -N E J O2 X 'Q' -T'F"'::'H W- ' ' ' W FRATERNITIES ' Y Q ' T? I lihi Mn Sigma . Founded 1890 ' 1 Glhi Qlhaptvr ZITratrw in Zlfarultatr SAMUEL BLACK MCCORMICK, D.D., LL.D. WILLIAM C. WHITE, M.B., M.D. R. E. SHELDON, M.S., Ph.D. 1 JOHN J. GRIFFITH, MD. E.. M. FROST, M.D. J. A. KOCH, Pharm.D. C. H. HENNINCER, M.D. A F. V. LICHTENFELS, M.D. A. B. WALGREN, M.D. A. H. COLWELL, M.D. ' A. F. JUDO, Pharm.D. H. O. POLLOCK, M.D. H. H. PERMAR, M.D. H N. MALONE, A.D. O. H. FORRINGER, M.D. R. B. MCCLELLEN 4 A. D. FROST, A.B. Ziratrrn in Niniurrnitatz ! Seniors R. J. ASKIN S. L. SCOTT , R. T. KLINE H. D. JORDON J R. W. EEE N. C. OCHSENHIRT J W. W. MITCHELL juniors C. E. BANE H. L. WILLIAMS D. D. BUTLER J. B. MCCONNAUCHY Sophomores l A. D. FROST G. H. DAVIDSON R. N. MCCLELLAN C. R. WELFER B. M. LAWTHER A. J. MICHALLS J. P. MCMULLEN F. B. MCCULLOUGH W. C. STEWART H. R. WEDDELL G. E.. CHARTNER M. M. MARSHALL Freshmen R. T. BRIGGS B. MOONEY W. T. HOLLAND J 1 Iwi AA Three Immlrcd Iwo J 8 D' I ,, L., L-- . A .. Af QU' 2 f"'g, -...,?.l. jab' 7.-. , N Il gjnff! N f' 'Emjr-w..,,.,.,,....l.i2f3: '4"' f...--.. ..,. ',,..,..j1..,., ..., -,...g...g:1'i.....-.-.....ff'Q,,,. Xf' 31-5 3 I J I ,Q-A-., ,..,.,,,. . , .,....... -..A.B. .... ... .-,. .A., . .,,,..,,,. ..,, ,,-.,....,,..-..-Ni..-...-..., 4 -7 ---- .. . . ...fe-::.3-W - T5--j I fjx-3'-'QILVWQJ -1 Q ' - - ' ' 5 ' "., 1 RQQ5' ' - H. , .f...'fLffT' ..2.....x. ' A f f A . . ...., ...,..-..., ...R. ...............4...:... . 4 .2:..ifisY.7T:I33f.5..1.z....3.y5 FRATERNITIES ljhi mlm Sigma Back Row: Briggs. Holland, Malone. Stewart, Frost. McCullough, Nicholls, Lawther. Middle Row: NlEClilland, Bane, Mooney, Marshal, Weddell, Davidson, lVlclVlullen, Walfer, ut er. Fronl Row: Williams, Jordon, Kline, Askin, Scott, Ochsenhirt, lVlcConnaugl1y. Tllrvc lllHI!ll'l'I1 llzrcc' '1 1 , - ,.,. Q Y FLTLZT' Oh v Q ' FRATERNITIES ' Nu Sigma Nu lm Founded l882, University of Michigan Established at University of Pittsburgh, I 891 Hratrea in Jlfarultatv H. G. SCHLEITER, M.D. D. G. RITCHEY, M.D. B. A. COHOE, M.D. T. G. JENNY, M.D. R. R. SNOWDEN, M.D. R. H. BOOTS, M.D. A. P. D,ZMURA, M.D. C. GOEHRING, M.D. H. C. FLOOD, M.D. W. O. MARKELL, M.D. F. M. JACOB, M.D. H. M. LONG, M.D. J. W. FREDETTE, M.D. H. J. GILES, M.D. C. H. MARCY, M.D. J. H.AWAc.ONER, M.D. Hratrrn in lilnihernitate Seniors M. DEPTA G. E. MOYER A. B. MEYERS juniors W. A. BRADSHAW C. B. DAUGHERTY W. J. FETTER R. L. GIBBONS J. P. HARVEY H. G. KUEHNER E. S. WARNER Sophomore.-1 R. D. BOTKINS C. K. MURRAY J. F. NOBLE J. L. SCOTT E. VANDERORIFT J Freshmen W. L. BENZ ' R. W. BOWMAN R. L. CASSIDY J. D. GARVIN T. R. HELMBOLT H. C. MCCARTER J. E. RUSH J. D. STARK I. O. Woons F. X. STRAESSLEY if 4 Thrve lnmflrcfl luur I ga:m...1w...-n,,-' - - , 4"f't.. .. E -.... - . ,L-em...--.A . . .....-,,.......................- . ...W .. . ...-.,-,.-.--nv.-..-..p ......'-'-v-.::.- ....-.-.... . . -f--- N. - ,. ' 7' -' 'vfgiff W... .H .. r. -...A-..-.-..........,-,-1-.-gm-1-1 .f,..- R... ,. .-.. ..... .. ..---.,....- .. . .O- Lrn .-..-.w-..-..-.-o.wm- :eva 1 - 11-mn? ' 46. -L . FRATERNITIES NuSigmaNu Top Row: Straessley, Rush, Stark, Helmbolt, Cassidy, Benz, Mccarter, Bowman, Garvin, Woods. ' Middle Row: Harvey, Kuehner, Fetter, Warner, Moyer, Murray, Gibbons. Mable, Vandergrift. Bottom Row: Bradshaw. Meyers. Dougherty. 'l'I1ree lzundrvd five WOXP4 m . DISQUE, MD. . JOHNSON, M.D. WERDER, M.D. . ZEIGLER, M.D. HIGGINS, M.D. J. R. LICHTY, M.D. pol' W E. E.. WIBLE, M. D. HERBERT SULLIVAN FRANCIS CONWELL J. G. Lovo H. D. RITCHIE H. A. ELDER J. G. WHEELER E. W. LOGAN H. N. MAWHINNEY J. L. TEGETHOFF F. FUSIA Tllrrv II 1llldl'Cd .vi.I' FRATERNITIES 1511i Beta Iii Founded l89I Iirairra in Zlktrultatv fOWW 51-OP 55392 E4 OZ F923 ESV' H033 Zlw? ?l?? :wig H 3 EZ m at 3 -I rn I5 - ' F333 32 UD UZ U SDF T. G. SIMONTON, M.D. S. S. SMITH, M.D. G. C. WEIL, M.D. Hrntrrn in Mniurrnitatr Seniors JOSEPH DOYLE CHARLES METZGER Sophomores L. E.. RAMSEY J. A. RODGERS JOSEPH MAxWELL Freshmen H. B. POWERS H. A. POWER P. F. ECKSTEIN M. E. ZOLLER Pledges C. DEWALT R. R. MATTER H. MCCREADY, M D S. LANDIS, M.D l"RA'l'ERNl'l'lES 1HI1iEeta11Hi Front Row: Metzger, Conwell, Sullivan, Fredericks, Doyle. Loyd, Ritchie. Middle Row: Fusia, Wheeler, Mawhinney. Elder, Logan, Tegethoff, Powers. Wallace. Ramsey Back Row: Rodgers, Power, Eckstein, Matter. Three lnnlrirrfi .svwn QFTEIIFHPSEEL Ji-'L FRATERNITIES fl' '75 W Evfs - " ' . T v, EE -w ea p- ' v f"' ,. 1 v Brita Sigma iii Founded l908 3lTrairza in Jffarultate H. B. MELLER F. L. Blsl-1oP T. R. WILLIAMS C. S. MILLER J. C. FETTERMAN T. G. FLOCKEN 3lTratrra in llniuzraitatz Seniors R. D. REDDINGV J. R. W1L1.1soN W. T. CANAN . B. GEORGE P0077 9529 F'1??Up fn TIFF 5-?r117' CSO? 0 . O . 92? EEE2 ?99? E'E 2.222 z 5 -4 E5 SFI W 'JU 3 '17 Fl m F1 as z on ca 3 S s. Q 2 5 5 5 3 3 3 6 . :- ECUPU P0971 CSF? EEZ 2:7337 FOTUV' . U1 , . 7: C555 E555 Eggs cn-15 22153 -avg? Eb!! 0 MN gr . U1 l" or-O Lg 3 ZUIS F2 1 5 2 v P 'dl f W Three hundred eight QWVL v 4' dfi. W I xi X ez.- If ..., 1 .. ..... ,- .... -.1,,,,,,m,L , Y V - ,S V ,, ' 1 ' ' ---- --- -5 ' " WL , 0:11 - ---0- ' ' T-sn--W' I FRATERNITIES Brita Svignm Hi Front Row: Davis, Salamon, Hannum, Grotefend, George. Nicholls, Canan, West. Middle Row: Theiss, Scovel, Jevon, Willison. Kirker, Bollinger, Collins, Baker. Back Row: Kirkwood, Garvin, Bickel, Mclntyre. McFadden, West, Stewart. Thrce hundred nine 'L 510 all W FRATERNITIES I I Hhi Gamma Brita Founded at Jefferson College, 1848 Sigma Phi Qlhaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l 7 Zlfratrva in ilniurrnitate Seniors E. B. MCGREW G. W. MEGAHAN R. W. JENKINS juniors E. F. BAKER JAMES DEHART C. E. HASTINGS C. C. HILL T. R. KENDRICKS Sophomores E.. R. AMES BRIGGS BESWICK F. FINLEY J. C. HAMILTON W. F. P. LANG GEORGE MCCLAREN Freshmen A. O. DAVIS A. FAUCET W. R. HAMILTON Pledges JAMEs MoRRow I I J A. W. MCPHERSON G. M. WILLIAMSON R. W. WAI:rERs S. M. MALoNE A. W. MCCORMICK J. H. SoRG R. W. WILLIAMS M. COLMERY R. F. MILLER J. H. Sco'r'r F. R. SEIDEL W. P. WALKER I-I. B. WENTZ H. C. WILLIAMS J. W. ENGLEFIELD A. W. SGI-IOFIELD O. W. WILcox J. WIGHTMAN rg 01 1 hrec hundr Il ten CD'VN7 J 1.1 M, 4 V -H 4.0 7 'ii 33 951: L5 .-:W L.,,,,:.,-- --V ' - gg ,C g 3 k If , , g . Y . R 7 ' 10 vw .5 . ,-J .. ' . ' an ' , FRATERNITIES Elihi LBumnm Evita Third Row: Wgcof. McCormick, Hamilton, R. Hamilton, Colmery, Kendricks. Schofield Second Row: Besviicir: Lang, Wentz. Williams, Walker. McLaren, Ames. lVlcC-rew. Firsl Row: Walters, Hill. Sorg. Williamson, Hastings, jenkins, Megahan. Sealed: Shields. Malone, Inglefield, Fauset. T11 rea' I1 zmdrvd vlwvlz X vfli 1151 f x P .L .LEF?E3QEF72D'QfL, v Jijifpigg f I as --z:si"""T "L H- -fe Wv W1 I FRATERNITIES I ,I l 'IM 0. V . rv' 'Y Smmamm' Founded Miami University, 1855 Established at University of Pittsburgh, I909 Q 3lTratmI in 3Farultate J. S. LAMBIE A. B. WRIGHT R. M. HOWE Hratrrn in llniuernttate Seniors J J. D. ROTH A. G. JOHNSTON E. D. LANGDON H. P. AUSTIN C. E. THORNHILL uniors HOWARD GARBER R. M. ROWE F. G. GIBSON .l C. T. MORROW H. A. ALLEN Sophomores D. H. SE1s W. S. MATSON G. L. HAMILTON M. K. ARMSTRONG J. B. SUTHERLAND Freshmen G. R. MARLAND F. V. COGGINS M. W. NEFF J. L. PATTERSON R. R. JOHNSTON WALTER FOSTER H. E. REA J. C. CRAIG C. D. BIER J. P. BURKE . JOHN SI-IOWALTER -5' ld FQ' 01 A Three hundred twelve 0 CDTA7' fll...f v 0' -C M J v - . 3 AIIR A 'ii FRATERNITIES Svigmamhi Back Row: Marlan. Coggins, Craig, Armstrong, Neff, Allen, Gibson, Garber, Showalter. Middle Row: Burke, Rea, Bier, Foster, Thornhill, Sutherland, Seos, Patterson. Johnstown, Howe. Sealed: Morrow, Langdon, Roth, Austin, Johnston, Matson. Three hundred thirfecn FRATERNITIES Brita Eau Evita Founded at Bethany College, February, 1859 Gamnla Sigma Qlhaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l4 ZFratrru in Zlfarultatr DR. S. B. LINHART DR. FRANCIS NEWTON TI-IORPE W. KARL BENZ HAROLD M. CHAPEL ERIC D. MEADOWS W. DUNCAN BERRYMAN JOHN HUGUS J. CLYDE MILLER DR. H. E. FRIESSELL 3Fratrru in iininvraitntr Seniors STUART J. SWENSON NORMAN MACLEOD juniors RALPH N. CLICQUENNOI JAMES H. MEssERLY LUCIUS R. SQUIER Sophomorcs GILBERT E. FEICK EDWARD LEUSCHNER JOHN F. SHUMAKER JOHN WEBER RENDALL E. SOPPITT JOHN FRAZIER GEORGE C. NEWTON D. ROBERT FERGUSON WALTER W. MILLAR T. LEE TRIMBLE J. CLARE DIXON THOMAS T. WARE Freshmen RICHARD E. DONNELLY HAROLD O. GOODMAN HOWARD S. HELT EUGENE H. KIPP DANIEL R. LOUGHREY WILLIAM B. MILLER CHARLES F. NEILSON KENNETH TAYLOR GUSTAVE A. ASCHMAN CHARLES CORBETT Tlrrm' 11 undrvd f01ll'l!'t'Il FRATl'ZRNl'l'lES Evita Umm Evita Scaled: Swenson, Benz, MacLeod, Trimble, Chapel. Second Row: Taylor, Helt. Nleaclows, Gregg, Frazier, Loughrey. Newton, Messerly. Corbitt, Dixon. Third Row: Neilson, Feick, Kipp. Miller, Aschman, Berryman, Millar, Miller. Back: Shumaker, Donnelly, Squier, Soppitt., Ware, Clicquennoi, Goodman, Leushner. Three lzzmdrzvd fifteen FI!A1WCRNl'FlES bigma Alpha Epzilnn Founded IS56 lgrnnuglnania Qlhi Gbmirrnn Qihaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, I9l2 Jlratrva in Zlfarultatt JOHN MOFFATT MECKLIN WARREN W. ZINSMASTER Ziratrrn in llniuernitair Seniors E. BYERS EMERICK LEROY G. WELSH J. STEWART GRUMBLING ROBERT V. JONES juniors GLENN H. HEILMAN F. DONNELLY LEONARD THEODORE R. HELMBOLD LEONARD F. HILTY WILLIAM L. BENZ ROBERT W. ALLISON ROBERT D. PECK, JR. ADAM C. WOOD JOHN A. THOMPSON ALBERT H. C. BIXBY PAUL R. SINGLETON GEORGE H. DAVIS GEORGE B. SOUTH SAMUEL E.. ARMSTORNG Sophomorcs GEORGE J. GORMAN, JR. BLAINE C. CURRY J. SANDALS MORROW WILLIAM V. BOOTH CHARLES D. DELPHY, JR. WILLIAM B. PAUL JOHN D. LUTES GERALD R. CHAIN CHARLES L. ARMSTORNG ARTHUR B. KLINE CLIVE L. WRIGHT JOHN R. BALDRIDGE CLIFFORD V. BROWN Freshmen ' LYELL S. SPANCLE PHIL H. LEWIS ARTHUR R. PETERSON WILLIAM J. THOMAS FREDERICK J. LIND HAROLD E. ROWLAND PAUL S. G Pledges HERBERT M. LANDIS Three hundred sixteen THURMAN L. BARNARD HARRY C. GOW, JR. ARTHUR B. BIxBY GEORGE W. AUFTERHEIDE THOMAS M. T. MCKENNA JAMES W. HAMILTON ROSS RICHARD C. PRIDDIE N FRA'l'ERNI'I'IES Sigma Alpha iipuilnn Firsl Row: Benz, Singleton, Aufterheide, Helmbold, Leonard, Bixby. Second Row: Davis, Heilman, jones, S.'Arm.-strong, Welsh, Emerick, Wood, Helty, Grumbling. Third Row: A. Bixby, Baldridge, South, Kline, C. Armstrong, Curry, Wright. Fourth Row: Gow, Hamilton, Chain, Delphey, Morrow, Paul, Booth, Lutes, Brown. Fiflh Row: lVlcKennan, Rowland, Lind, Thomas, Peterson, Spanglc, Barnard, Gross. Three hundred sevenlreu Alpha Qlhi Sigma Founded at the University of Wisconsin, l902 RALPH FERGUSON BRENNER RAYMOND MILLER HOWE ROLLA WOODS MILLER CLARENCE ARTHUR NEUSBAUM, Gbmsga Cllhaptn Honorary Member RAYMOND Foss BACON Craduale Members WALTHER RIDDLE ASHER FRANKLIN SHUPP DILLON FARRIS SMITH ANDREW HOWARD STEWART DAVID FRANKLIN ZIMMERS Seniors THOMAS BRILEY DOWNEY CHARLES WILDERMAN TRICG EARLE NOBLE JESSOP ROBERT LEE WHARTON juniors KENNETH DEWITT DODD5 KENDAL SIEBERT TESH JOHN JOSEPH ISHERWOOD JAMES WARD IV A PAUL DOWNING WATSON Plcgdcs E WILMER BALDWIN, 'I9 JOSEPH EUGENE GROSS, 'I9 THOMAS ALEXANDER FRAZIER, B. Chem. ALEXANDER MURDOCK WIGHTMAN I9 HARRY ELMER GILL, 'I9 CLARENCE OTIS YOUNG, M.S. ERNEST HENRY ZIEL, 'I9 Alumni Members in Faculty WILLIAM ALLEN HAMOR DAVID SI-IEPARD PRATT TlI1'L'C IIIIIIKIVLYI ciylltwn SAMUEL RAY SCHOLES FRA'l'ERNl'l'IES Alpha Gllyi Svignm Back Raw: Downey, Gill. Isherwood, Brenner. Middle Row: Perkins, Howe, jessop, Miller, Zimmers, Trigg, Smith. Front Row: Wharton, Frazier, Tesh. Ward, Watson. Dodds. Ziel. Tlzrvc fIlllll1'I't'd ninrh FRATERNITIES Sigma Kappa lit Founded Mharch 1916 3lTratr2a in lilninrraitate juniors N, R, ANGNEY G. L. LUDEBUHL W. H. AUFDERHEIDE R. K. MOYER C. W. POLLOCK H. E.. HEROLD F. V. BUSH R. D. CASSIDY W. A. PETERSON C. B. HILLMAN E. H. MESSER Sophomorcs E.. C. ECKHARDT R. M. CAMPBELL R. N. BURNS A. G. MADISON H. L. KREINER N. C-ODFREY C. E. MUNN L. W. BROWN H. G. Sl-HRK A. H. GINN Freshmen C. E. SHAEFER N. C. TALMAGE W. J. FOSTER B. W JOHNSON Pledges E. R. BOUCHER B. M. CLARK Three hundred Iwenlv FRATERNITIES Sigma iiappa Hi Front Row: Kriner, Buch, Shirk, Messer, Burns, Shaefer. Godfrey. Middle Row: Talmage, Pollock, Peterson. Aufderheide. Angney, Munn, Foster. Back Row: Campbell, Cassidy, Harold, Hillman, johnson, Ludebuhl, Eckhardt. Three lmudred twenty-0110 L ik FRATERNITIES -I J 'P in lgl ffi s E-A 'Sql' .,, A Brita Sigma iihi Founded at College of City of New York, 1899 'Qbmvga Qlhaptfr Established at the University of Pittsburgh, l9l6 Hrutrra in Tlniurraitatr WILLIAM REILLY GEORGE SNYDER PALMER SULLIVAN Seniors juniors GEORGE CAvANAcH ARTHUR LYNAM JOHN KENT E. P. HOWARD E. J. HOWARD WILLIAM KEALLY LEWIS MOHN JOHN FERRIN PHILLIP MCNALLY THOMAS HEALY JAMES MCCARTHY LAWRENCE RYAN JOHN H. BELFORD Sophomores CHARLES CONNERS HAROLD CARTWRIC. FRANK ECKERT EDWIN MILLS ,JOHN HALLAM L. V. VILSACK Freshmen JAMES WALSH J. J. MCLAIN LEAN KELLY . JOHN BYRNE JOHN McCOc.NE lllrl llnl bl HT ln nn ld O 1 MA T' W A Three hundred twenty-two ,N 7 J rl T J i V .J y. FRATERNITIES Evita Sigma ight Fran! Row: Vilsack, Kent. E. Howard, Reilly, Lynam, EDP. Howard. Kelly. Middle Row: McNally, Cartwright, Eckert. McLain, Ferrin, Mills, Sullivan. Back Row: Snydvr, Keally, Walsh, Hallam, McCarthy, Ryan, Cavanagh. Tlmre hundred !zcc11ty-llzrev I 1 h "' 'TNQ-Q--Qfjsvfffjp-..,,-f-I--. --- ,,,. f- ...... . - ....-.-.....-M " V1 1' - - ' X1--Nf, f' .1 ..A4 ----IM..- .I - ' 'frm' QW I 4 'NNI , xx ' 1 '1ZU,,"' V, n. . 1.4. V- I , ,, . ,xr , ,.,. NI I J M, I ,..., I . f J I. -LEAK I., fe- f A - . - ,.4,,,f ,I 1 A -J. If JLILJ X - -A A A- A .,I,.,,,, I,,W,,.J.-.L.--,.,....-,,... I., ,113 QB, ...-......... Hy Ax? , .. K .uf L.f,.II1,,,Kw-ljnfikj ' FRATERNITIES ,f ,AI If ,MI 'IU "my RA we II 'MEA .N I L3 . vy ml, 151 Eamhha iihi .I 'WI IZIII Founded at Columbia University, IS95 'f I I ' I Established at University of Pittsburgh, I9I4 Jirntrrn in Zffarultate A. LAURENCE JACOBS Seniors LouIs BRODIO AL. PAUL LEFTON OscAR HARTER EDWARD I. Lovrrz CHARLES MERVIS AEEL KLAW BEN LUBIC HARRY RUBIN juniors JEROME L. LEVY JACOB LEVINE Louis FIRESTONE ' DAVID KATZ JULIUS ZEcI4I-IAUsER Sophomorcs IRWIN T. FRANKEL I MORRIS RUBIN MORRIS FINKELI-IOR WILLIAM SHAPIRA MERLE SPANDAU HARRY POLLOCK MORTIMER COHEN Freshmen BERNARD GOODMAN ISADORE BLOOM JULIUS ERLANGER MAURICE DAVIS IRWIN T. BLOOM ' Pledge EDWARD F. DIAMOND I Ill I III! be ld if NI '. 'D '1'. .,.AIg. Wye! N Three hundred twenty-four fzwultq- N. L. .- L ,igw ij i., .. .ggi . . , , ,, ., Y H,-mgg,,,A,,,,-,,,,,.,L,.........,.......-.lffff Q. 4: : E :' W" 33.11195 51221- " L- ' " 5' E E 3, .5 SC' W v FRATERNITIES iHiEumhhz11Hhi Front Row: Jerome I... Levy, Morris Rubin, Abel Klaw, Al. Paul Lefton, Edward l. Lovitz, Julius Erlanger, Harry Rubin. - Middle Row: Elmer Applestein, Jackard Zeckhauser, Maurice Davis, Irving I. Frankel, Charles Mervis, David Katz, Jack Levin. Back Row: Mcartixlzmia Cohen, Edward I. Diamond, Louis Firestone, William Shapera, Morris in e or. Three lumdred twenty-fivze mf-W T'-f 268 ' FRATERNITIES ' -L Y 1 y. '75 EB' JF"" f?5C" -I Huff: iugnlli ':43:H .n "'5Ef ":"L 'sg 9' V 'V v" Gbmrga Alpha iii , Founcleci l9I6 H Seniors L. C. Gu.soN T. G. REYNOLDS N - I Juniors - E. G. Gnusss H. F. MCCLENAHAN I Sophomores W. H. DEER H. E. LOHSTEETTER I L. G. GRAHAM C. R. MCKNIGHT W. A. HELMAN C. E. Rows - J. B. WALLACE lull L ' 'M :All n "ao ' fo VA' im 4 'Three hundred twenty-six 0 E A - V-V - I-J A .gc FRATERNITIES Gbmega Alplm Mi Silling: I. G. Reynolds, C. R. McKnight, L. C. C-ilson, W. H. Deer. Standing: J. B. Boyce, H. F. McClenahan, E. G. Grubbs, L. G. Graham, l-I. E. Lohstoetter. C. C. Rowe. Three hundred tweniy-sewn Jlik FRATERNI1 IES :qi '15 W' 9' 'v lihi Brita Kappa Jratrra W. E. ALBIG DR. G. C. BASSETT DEAN W. G. CHAMBERS P. J. Cook , S. K. CUNNINGHAM D. Z. ECKERT D. CLICK B. G. GRAHAM . G. L. HAYES C. E. HILBORN A. R. HILLARD DR. J. A. HOLLINGER D. L. HOOPINGARNER DR. G. E. JONES DR. F. J. KIRBY W. F. Asn-:E E. A. LEE DR. C. K. LYANS F. J. KNIGHT H. MERRITT C. S. MILLER C. C. REIGNER C. B. ROBERTSON DR. R. W. Suas W. D. SONES C. R. STONE ' L. TANGER , G. THORNE P. C. TRIMBLE S. L. THURSTON E.. A. WHITMAN U ld WJ' 2,1 0 Three hundred twenty-eight 0 1.1 Op. A- M is 1. -22 R' 33 - H -'V A' 0' -o A FRATERNITIES ight Evita liappa Third Row: Eicher, Jones, Eckert, Syans, Thorn, Guy, Reigner, Glick, Sies. Second Row: Diikey, Cunningham, Hilborn, Hays, Graham, Hillard, Whitman. Sones, Merritt ee. First Row: Robertson, Stone, Tanger, Hollinger, Trimble, Miller, Cook, Kirby, Albig. Three lmmdred twenty-nine KQ J V E . Ig' 0 FRATERNITIES Ubmirrnn Brita Kappa Founded Washington and Lee, l9l4 Gamma Olirrle Honorary Activity and Scholastic Fraternity Artiur illllrmhrra J. A. THOMPSON G. K. FREY EDWARD LANGDON D. R. DICKSON NORMAN MACLEOD A. P. LEFTON J. R. WILLSION Seniors W. C. ARTI-IER G. E. MOYER E. I. LOVITZ Louis BROIDO NORMAN OCI-ISENI-IIRT MATTHEW MARSHALL E.. B. GEORGE juniors G. T. MORROW CLIFFORD CARLSON G. H. DAvIs J. P. HERRON R. N. CLIQUENNOI J. L. SCOTT C. E. HASTINGS J. D. STARK - Alumni J. J. O'CONNOR, 'IO A. P. MILLER, 'I6 G. M. P. BAIRD, 'IO E. B. I-IURREL, 'I6 J. S. Gow, 'I6 K. E. DAVIS, '09 K. M. COULD '16 A. S. HAINES, '16 S. D. FLINN, 'I6 G. I-I. KE.1'cI-IUM, 'I6 Faculty Members DR. J. M. Mlscl-ILIN DR. FRANCIS TYSON DR. F. N. TI-IORPE I-IOwARD,C. KIDD DR. F. A. PERIN 1 lv Three hundred thirty W 0 E- R -rdf: FRATERNITIES GDmirrnn Brita Kappa Front Row: Arthur, McLeod, George. Scott, Baird, Flinn. Morrow. Middle Row: Tyson. Davis, Carlson, Marshall, Herron, Oschenhirt, Dixon, Lefton, Lovitz. Back Row: Stark, Mechlin, Moyer, O'Connor, Haines, Clicquennoi, Davis, Langdon. Tlwcrr hmzdrerl thirty-one an 1 'YE A ,,,,, gs -A., ....-. , ,, -A gk--n , .- A ---55 , u mm-.Lq,, -55 -45 e m W 'v V vt FRATLRNITIFS 25 :ya lllil I llu Sigma Gamma Zipailnn V Honorary Mining Fraternity 1 igvnnagluania Esta Cllhapter Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l6 Jlfrutrvn in Zlkxrultatr DEAN H. B. MELLER PROF. I-I. C. RAY M. E. WADSWORTH Jfratrra in lflniurraitatz Seniors JESSE JOHNSON RANDALL SOPPITT JEAN GRos GUY WILLIAMSON STEWARD GRUMBLING BYERS EMERICK GEORGE SNYDER Pn"r NUTTY I LERQY WELSH juniors HARRY BENSON DONALD BAKER CHARLES I-IILL HERMAN CARL WALTER SALAMAN JAMES FOSTER PAUL NICHOLLS Sophomores ARCHIE I-I1c14Ev LEE TRIMBLE GEORGE THEISS Ill. I u mn: Jn fd' tin Three hundred thfrty two WAV 'LJ 'if 5564 ec Q ity' ' ' S o .Y A A A Ai rrrr A A A A Y , If R A A A fa5E?f+11fl1'f'sff jg ,jj SX FRATERNITIES Sigma 158111111161 Epailnn Back Row: Williamson, Baker, Gros, johnson, Grumbling, Snyder. Middle Row: Hill, Carl, Nicholls. Soppitt. Emrick, Hickey, Nutty. Fran! Row: Benson, Theiss, Meller, Trimble, Welsh, Ray, Foster, Salamon. Three hundred thirty-three "ffm"WS FRATERNITIES Bw Bruihn Founded l908 at Penn State Members Chosen because of Activities ' meta Qlhupter Established at University of Piftsburgh, l9l6 R. N. CLICQUENNOI JAMES DEI-IAR1' R. O. DAVIS A. W. C-ROTEFEND C. E. HASTINGS JACK Boo'rs CLIFF BROWN JoE CRAIG BLAINE CURRY VICTOR J EVON illllrmhrra jun iors Sophomorcs AL HART GLENN I-IE1 1.MAN ERIC MEADOWS JoE MATSON JACK SUTHERLAND GEORGE MCCLAREN FRANK MCNULTY FRED SEIDLE DALE SEIS LEE TRIMBLE Three hundred thzrty four Z KAJ-IJ N 1 i M A - -- E E- .. ' -f3Ef2f2-------'l-- 1 EE ,J '-- I gc- 454 5-9 - 'Gill , E tl FRATERNITIES Bruihz Fronl Row: Davis, Curry, Trimble, DeHart, Heilman, Jevon. Middle Row: Grotefend, Seidel, Sutherland, Seis, Clicquennoi, Boots. Back Row: Craig McNulty, McClaren, Hastings, Meadows. Three lzmldrcd th irty-fivc o FHL ' FRATERNITIES kia sy: -'RW W- W-f'? ',2' 55 -mff hiwsr E 'W iga n' V 'J iv vw Alpha ighi Alpha Founded l9l 3 J Zlratrra in liniurrnitatz J I f Senior I J. M. BURWELL W juniors ' R. D. STEVENSON L. L. WILLIAMS J. H. Ecxnss W. J. CURTIS T. E.. BURTON U W. C. Doucuxss C. W. FLORENCE Sophomore: W. R. BROWN O. V. GREEN I I lllll l IIIIJ anal lllll bl ld- '0' ' Ji: Three hundred ihzrly su' A '333 git at R R ' WN Q.. 1 - ' J .ga ff...3x 11.. . - ' .152 - 3 FRATERNITIES Alpha 3511i Alpha Back Row: Curtis, Greene, Eckles, Williams. Front Row: Douglas, Barton, Brown, Stevenson, Florence. Three hundred ilzirty-seven FRATERNITIES Sigma Epailnn Founded I 91 5 ZITratrI-R in Zlkxrultatr LESLIE HUNTINGTON HARRIS, B.S. in E..E. FRANCIS JEROME HOLDER, A.M., Ph.D. Hratrru in Zlfarultair Seniors HOMER E. ANDERSON LEIGHTON D. HUTCHESON J. KARL KROTZER HENRY J. LYNCH MILES C. MCWHERTER ROBERT B. MCGILL CLAUDE H. NELSON J. EARLE ALBERT ROBERT H. ELLIS ANGUS FERGUSON JOHN J. FINERTY WORTH B. FORMAN LOUIS P. KENNEDY uniors Sophomorcs THORNTON D. ALBERT VERNON L. ALBERT JOHN H. ALLISON ROBERT S. MCCARTY LOUIS ECKERT, JR. Freshmen Pledges GEORGE B. ANDERSON, 'IS T11 ree 11 Inzdred III irly-viglzt J. CARL PETH THOMAS F. PRESTON EDWIN R. RATH - PROSPER RUSSO W. WYLIE SWOPE FERDTNAND WACHTER T. HAYES NEVILLE SHANNON T. KUHN HENRY H. MARTINDALE WILLIAM E.. MCBRIDE WILLIAM E. SCHAFFNIT MELVILLE B. STOUT LAIWRENCE A. VINCENT EDNUND S. PATTON HARRY Q. TAYLOR WILLIAM J. WATSON ROLAND E. WELDON ELMER A. KUHN GEORGE A. GARDNER, 'I9 I 4 E 6 A 7 a 3 Y 4 Z E 1 V 1 1 E , W Q 5 :FQ w '4 1:1 N25 W .Y X. fi In W1 Lf W? P E 'lr 1 E wf 'I fl E 3 I w 4 W w ii Il Wi is il ,. J I ii n I .g E! 3? Nt E! Es nf 1. iw , F 1 1 I n 1,, H ,. lf , FRATERNITIES x, TfH'l'1' lzmzdrcd tllirly-Him' FRATERNITIES 1Hhi Epzilnn iii Founded at College of City of New York, l902 Zria Gllyaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l3 Zirutrna in Jlluiueruitatr Seniors HARRY BLUESTONE N. W. NEFT GEORGE LITTLE R. R. GALEN REUBEN LEVINSON D. B. LABOWITZ SAM FRIEDLANDER HARRY SEGEI. Junior SALOMON BAZEI. Sophomores DAVID PITLER MAURICE DAVIS DAVID HYTOWITZ LEON ToI.ocHKo MAX GoI.Ds'rEIN JACOB W. SIMON BEN LEVANT LESSIE AMSHEL HERBERT FRANKENSTEIN DAVID TABACHNICK ,IOSEPIHI HECI-IT J. H. HOLZMAN lsADoRE ECKER Three hundred forty FRATERNITIES Three lnmdrcd forty-on FRATERNITIES Brita Sigma Brita Founded at the University of Michigan Sigma Olhapter Established at the University of Pittsburgh in l903 J. F. BIDDLE, D.D.S. C. O. BOOTH, D.D.S. ROBERT ZUc.sMITI-I, D.D.S. A. L. LEWIS, D.D.S. E. G. MEISEL, D.D.S. E.. C. MAULT A. C. ROBINSON A. E. BROWN H. C. KIMMEL J. B. LYON C. M. KINER C. R. GARMAN DEWITT HALL W. E. MCCAIN M. G. LAFFERTY G. W. MEGAI-IAN R. W. WALTERS G. W. RIGO H. F. BRISTOL J. L. STEEL ' N. P. KENNEDY J. C. PILLOW F. E. HAMILTON A. U. KESIL R. S. HALPIN O. P. QUILLAN R. A. BASTRASS J. W. SIZAFOOS H. M. COUVERT J. L. LEWIS J. E. BALBRIDGE Three hundred forty-two Ilkntrrn in Zlkxrultutv A.M W.B S. L. EMERICK, D.D.S. Ziratrrn in lfluihrrnitate Seniors L. K. GARVIS C. M. ORR P. T. NELSON W. SI-IUTTLESWORTH W. F. HANDCUFF L. F. CAMPBELL R. C. LuTz H. R. LUDWIG W. W. ESKEY R. D. REDMOND S. G. WILLIAMS J. C. MCNEIL F. A. DIAs A. L. BARTLET juniors W. C. KYLANDER T. M. TAYLOR C. A. ROBINSON D. M. BOIEs W. D. MCCLELLAND E.. P. DEHAAS F. E. HENRY E.. B. FAST A. L. LEMBERY J. W. SCOTT E. WEEKLY 1575537 E" TW? 'U U3 2.5221 'Fl '-lfima 032:- Z-gms -an I V ELMER E. WEGER. D.D.S A. C. YOUNG, D.D.S. W. O. DUNN, D.D.S. MARTIN, D.D.S. HAGAN, D.D.S. J. W. LYNAM R. B. MOWRY E. E. ESKEY M. J. LINDBETTER P. M. CUMMINGS W. L. ALEXANDER S. S. HUADENSHIELD A. R. LIVERMORE E.. L. RODGERS J. H. CALL W. H. WRIGHT H. R. FORNEY P. H. RICHARDSON E. B. CLARK P. W. ALLEN L. B. RIc.c.s L. J. Diss C. W. CONN C. H. STILLY B. C. SPROWL GTI . L. MORSE . D. BISHOFF F. M. MCCARTI-IY J. E.. GESTMER R. N. PENMAN L. V. KNAPP spy, a3f.,q3,g+.',ef1. 3sQ,91. h - gg.. 39" 3'-Qi' """3 39 S' 333-ig f' wi? W q f f:1f.,, ' 'VE ' 35 33 3 F 95, 99- ? 9 5-1, rQ xg as 5xJgQ 9QY?gm? fig 3 Q.1lQ1 Q Q 12 N'38'GfF" 'f?' 3.?f3 X M' FRATERNITIES Mai l!9mrga Founded at Baltimore College, l892 Nu Gllpaptrr Hratrrn in lllniunrnitute Sen i ors O. C. AMMONS S. R. BLYTHE T. W. BRAND R. M. CRAWFORD W. H. DONNELLAN R. F. Fox J. M. C-oE1-:RING G. F. GURLEY T. F. HEALY W. L. INSKEEP D. T. JAMES PERRY SWANSON D995 WDQFUFEZTEFWW we raiwwafwzwz :lv :I 'U 0 52? QFEOFEUMQQQBD mg m-nS'2-4ZF1I:vC-gm Im I-'Fl 5,1IIII?'5r-'WF' OO is sf: sw Q2 E5 25 2 Fl 31 3 F 2' E E 2' 3 fa FF' :Tf5"?U?U!-'5"'l9':I?U :CU wgfzmlfeioo W ."'l'm Q' ' 5: ESSQSEUZSSE' I-jr qmzrmmoggzg' F13 mmaigigxmi' Wo S20 ocmpo z 2:2 ,. I A. CRAWFORD . L. CAMPBELL J. A. DEWEESE W. M. FURNIER R. D. GALEY JOHN Hucus B. H. JoNEs G. T. JONES Three hundred forty-four J. S. MATSON J. M. MULLEN J. F. MCQUISTON W. OSBORN . R. REYNOLDS . E. Roan . W. ROGERS . A. STAHLMAN J. G. STEINER P. TRNAVSKY, JR. PERCE P. YOHE zowzpo D. LEONARD G. H. LONG J. M. MORGAN E. R. RxDENoUR L. S. STANFORD D. C. WALKER J. L. WATSON C. C. WILLIAMS i 9 Q iivf mifygg . 6 339 Q ff? 3 ,,l , H an mg-fi? Ni?,5g3fi5 3 mfg, , S5 1 -Y M 33,f9i1,33 339QS3'3A'g QQ, J ff' b m FRATERNITIES 2 - . mT,.w,, -5 J 0 Jax- 1 QL., Ir., I , A A JV' . I I I I pw. : iihi Brita Qlhi I H Ii 3 I Founded :asa J I! . I mu Qlhaptrr 3 Honorary Members ' J H B SE BPMSCORMICK, D.D.,JLII:iDd Chancellor 'I . . EAL, . ., . . . . LEG , Ph.D. H J. H. WURDACK. Ph.G., Ph.D. AzoR THUIZQFIEDIITI, B.Sc., Ph.D. ,I I . I ZITratr2a in liniuernitatz Q I 1917 ,if P. O. BURGGRAF R. E.. WEIMER ,Il EDWARD A. MXLES EDWARD A. HERBERT if! JOHN C. BEEGLE R. E. MCABEE 5? W. J. BRYAN DATZ C. E.. FURBEE 35. T. A. C1-IAIvIBERs C. C. LING A C. B. ALLOWAY ' G. C. BAST I W. H. APPY I9I8 ELLWOOD M. KEAGY WILLIAM G. OGILVIE - JOSEPH G. FARQUI-IAR RALPH E. MURTLAND XVILLIAMI-l?El51N HOOVER, JR. ICILARENCTVIM. HILL ARsoN . RADY OWARD . Y , JOHN W. KASZER PAUL H. Ross OUNG RICHARD C. SCOLLON Pledges F. A. DAvIs H. A. SANDERS W. R. DAVIS LLOYD F. Suse . RALPH KUHN HARRY IRWIN jp.: Li mf L' J I Three hundred fortv-six 4.6 IPI 1 1 A C 'I w- 54533555gzissefflsiiif,gig 5 E 4: ar-sf-Q IW V , Q, HI FRATERNITIES . I' 1, rl' 'a N ' v an .. . X ,Q Y l Z - 4 I , it ' W f I NNN., lwnvrf w,,,.,h-..v uhm' NM , 4 1 f NW. .vor A., V , ,.lxn...w xx is X ,A 'Ali .yu Iyyx wr 0 In N il J, Q, X , M Q, H ' -ev-'Q' fx fl' vii ' -' ' rr? 'S f' x dx f,, M- ' 4 V-..,. , -- .ffl , Qf , I, 'I v Ni' -.K 5 Mrw' ai- -5 xqk A: x wx, if xkq Ji! ' 1 7 Q M ww, M ' j , ' f' ' - 1 N , '- Q B 'UL ' I L A I W l ' X7 ,. ,A I M -Q.. , ' ' ,f"1"'--.,, w"47 f1:1w QW L . , ' x VL 'kktr Y ga- K, - J 4 1 'F I ff A A . f 9-w. 1 if ' 1 Y flf -"' I ry W . -,uhm A, xc mv' iyzmi PWA 7 . A , 1, A 'QU ' . I 'fm 'W I 1 H. " 1-:M . V w - W V' M. ,SN- 7 1 ,ff . A , A' . . .av A W Yi , Ai I W, , , , - P 4 N , mlnwwuv 5' V X ' :LIU Y , "um ...mf M Q , MIN' 'E hw N". N It Three ll1L1ld1'L'd forty-scwerzx FRATERNITIES Kappa Hai Founded in I879 ifieta Kappa Qlhaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh March 26, l9I3 Zfratrm in Zlfamltatz JULIUS ARNOLD KocH, Ph.C., Phar.D., Sc.D., Ph.D. FREDERICK T. ASCHMAN, Ph.B., Phar. D. FREDERICK A. RHODES, M.D. ALBERT FLOYD JUDD, Ph.C-., Phar. D. LOUIS SAALBACH, Ph.C., Pha.r.D. LEASURE K. DARBAKER, Ph.G., Phar.D. FREDERICK J. BLUMENSCHEIN, Ph.G., Phar.D. KARL SHAW BURKETT, Ph.G., Phar.D. I Zlhairrn in Bllniuerzitatr Seniors A. E. BAIER ' L. V. WOOMER P. V. WEISMILLER W. B. CEARY S. F. FLEMING A. H. ROBERTS R. FOWLER A. J. ALACAN H. F. FEICK A. J. STAUFF J. P. THOMAS D. CHAPMAN I. C. MILLER I. W. FLEMING G. B. DAVIDSON J. H. MCCRACKEN H. R. CRAWFORD E. A. GRAHAM R. SPEITH W. I. B. BARNHART H. L. SISLEY J. ALTMEYER F. ALLENDER P. D. COLLINS F. G. CANNAVAN T. J. HUGHES C. T. VALENTINE H. F. EASLY. W. K. HYER H. W. CHILDS J. F. SCHUEY H. S. IRWIN R. DAY W. B. GRAHAM A. ZACOVIC A. GUSKEA juniors P. IVICCONNELL H. K. MACFARLANE J. C. WINTERS F. L. BOUCHER M. W. BALDWIN P. BARCLAY R. V. PRYCE W. C. THOMSON P. R. BENNETT J. E.-REED J. E. HILLIARD E. B. IVIERSHON J. M. STARR L. F. Fox W. H. RAWSON E. C. DWYER Post Graduates A. R. LANG W. C. BOYLE T. F. LINN llmf' llzzrldrrfl forty-eight , x Q3 ff, K9 1 Q M M Q, f . A ,ll .m M, ga x gglq m 3531, Q- xi c, F3f3? 13 ,173 V Q, 3 . Q+'lIff33-'ff' .Qt "'ffm"'Ww FRATERNIFIES 137' .g... EE ..-.,fN 7'L--., W.. gf.- ' GJ . ..-" gg 'mfr' , Wh . A ir' 55 e vp' ' . V 'v ' Alpha Kappa lint Founded I905 Brita Qllgeqatvr Establishled at University of Pittsburgh, l9l2 Hratrnz in Zffarultate J. O. MACLEAN F. H. ECKLES Jfratren in llniurraitatr Seniors W. G. I-IUN1 'V. T. REED W.QA. MUNSON J. N. WrLsoN G. W. Roomav E.. L. RESLER D. S. Coomsn C. S. BARR J. L. BINGHAM juniors PF: V75 Lb Q? Sz UM IU "l'1l"' OW J. SMITH E. HARLAN D. Sanz Ko:-xr. b' 'C as 1 W Three hundred fifty an p Mr . t 11 f .. FRATERNITIES Three hundred fifty-one FRATERNITIES Kappa Alpha Uheta Founded at De Pauw University, I87O Alpha Cbmega Glhaptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l 5 D Zlhatrrn in lilniueraitatr HELEN REED ALICA MUSSER ANNA E. GRAHAM AGNES B. FERGUSON juniors BERTHA ORTMANN CECILE BOYD MARGARETTA WEBER BRENDA WRIGHT VERNA IRONS ELEANOR SPANGLER LoUIsE BORLAND Sophomores MARIE KERR RUTH FLEMING CLAUDIA CHAMBERS GLADYS MCKEE CATHARINE NAU MARGARET MCCLENAHAN VIRGINIA IRWIN Freshmen META EBELING FLORENCE SKINNER MINNA STEINERT KATHERINE FINLEY MARY D. MCCONNAUGHY EVANGELINE MERRIMAN LEoRA GRAHAM Pledges N ELL ScoTT MARY STOKES Three Izumlred fifty-two FRATERNITIES liappa Alpha Elyria rl- 5, V . ' ' Y U' J l I Q X yr K had 1 i G he , x X , . V Y .lx , 1 . " , .A .xi I r , i .V 1 fx X V -XXX l " " :X . .EX X xx X Rx N xi f - ., ' 1 . i i ' 4 'TZ' -W G f M a f , 9 4 li 9 V V 9 - ' ,, l i ' - , of fi l V ' X f - 1 QM . 1 ,gi I 1, V ' Q QfEMfmff'.f,5l'f0efff, ...ma ' " "' - K I' ' . Upper Row: Second Row: Third Row: Lower Row: Catherine Fau, Virginia lrvan, Meta Ekling, Claudia Chambers, Bertha Ortmann, Margaretta Wehr, Marie Kerr, ' Mary Stokes, Nell Scott, Verna lrons, Anna Graham, Helena Reed, Cecile Boyd, Agnes Ferguson. Louise Borland, Mary McConaughy, Alica Musser, Ruth Flemming, Brenda Wright. Gladys McKee, Minna Steinert. Leora Graham, Katherine Finley, Evangeline Merriman, Florence Skinner. Mar- garet McClenahan, Eleanor Spangler. Tlzrco 1If1IlId7'I'd fifty-I11 ree V-'wr FRATERNITIES dy: '15 V vw , Zeta Eau Alpha Founded Virginia State Normal, l898 I Established at University of Pittsburgh, l9l5 Bfratrvn in 'lliniurraitate Seniors LOUISE MOYE ALPHA BURKHART MARTHA MCNARY MYRA MCBRIDE GLADYS KIDD CATHERINE BORTZ LUCILE LEWIS juniors MARIE GROETZINGER ANNE JONES FLORENCE MILLER DORA I-IITZFELDT SARA BONNET HELEN I-IATcI-IER Sophomores LILA LEWIS MARGUERITE COWEN Lors TAYLOR JEAN MCCRUM . GENEVIEVE GASKILL LAURA BELLE DAVIS Freshmen HELEN STURM CATHERINE BURKHART ELIZABETH ROBINSON ELIzAaE'rI-I OCHSENHIRT bl ld df Three hundred fifty four C:JxfX7'fL.1 L V il.. EEE'f""'m .2512 Q use ,ZS F. l i l f E e 2 1 I s I liqli link Vx ii, 4', ill-.v HJ. 11: , ,gil HV, , ip, Sill. will iw' r 1 iiili islf.g lilly Ejl il p 1 E E 5 r FRATERNITIES Zeta Elan Alpha Standing: Lila Lewis, Louise Moye, Lois Taylor, Martha McNary, Genevieve Gaskill, Gladys Kidd, Marie Croetzinger, Helen Sturm, Alpha Burkart, Myra McBride, Florence Miller, Marguerite Cowen. Sealed: Sarah Bonnet, Elizabeth Robinson, Catherine Bortz, Lucile Lewis, Anne Jones, jean McCrum, Catherine Burkart. Front: Laura Belle Davis, Elizabeth Ochsenhirt. Three lumdred fifty-fi've - J-Fx '52 .sr eil? , . FRATERNITIES V ,sf dy: H .0 mf Oh we -If 1:6155 AL, W , A I Etanthian Founded I 91 7 Zifratrrn in llniunrnitate Seniors 1 SARAH HELEN HUNT ELIZA MCMULLEN MARGARET MUIR I juniors BERYL ANITA PAPE WILHELMINA WEI-IMEIER I Sophomores J EAN BROWN M. CARMELITA CROWLEY MARIE MCSWIGAN MARIAN PARKER EMILIE SALOMON REGINA SExToN I P Freshmen FRANCES ARMSTRONG ELIZABETH MGCABE DOROTHY STANLEY Pledge RUTH FLANAGAN I l I I l I I ' ll I I lull ' lin: H Q M 'fp . M Three hundred fifty-six f f f V CJ 'VV 1,1 .6 M . - A ,, ' .. ' .. , A I 59- - I ' 22" ERR' I :T A ...face --5 Q "MG-TT I -A -fe - f FRATERNITIES Eliatnthian Standing: Marrian Parker, Emilie Salomon. Wilhelmina Wehmeier. Silling: Beeyl liape, ,lean Brown, Helen Hunt, Marie Mcswigan, Regina Sexton, Carmelita row ey. Floor: Dorothy Stanley, Elizabeth McCabe, Ruth Flanagan. Three hmzdrcd fifty-.raven - . I I FRATERNITIES ' +2 '15 WW Q75 ' 33" :fs-E b I ' wr' 22 --f i ? r' A '0 W V vt 3' iipailnn ikhn lmmirrnn Founded l9l6 Honorary Member MIss KATHERINE FOULKE ZITI-atrrn in iiiuiuvraitatv I ' Senior IRENE GARRISON juniors RUTH BROWN JANET MACDONALD MARGARET DAvIs MARY JOHNSON Sophomorcs ' IRENE HOPKINS LAURA NIEBAUM SARA HUDSON ANNA MARSHALL VERA NEIsI-I HARRIET SMITH I ELSIE YOUNG V Freshmen I RUTH ECKLES THELMA HERRON HELENA FLINN KATHERINE JOHNSON 2225 Egg .1 7 Fd' A 01 yr 'Three hundred fifty-eight ' 0 A ff FRATERNITIES i 5 . wx .Lvl 1 L . li-.1 'J 4 VH: 125 gill 3 1 ll lil - - 5 lg' l 1Epailnn ililyu Gbmirrnn I.i L ' ' l l Ml 5,5 . will Izflf lil l r Mi l I1 W if, .ag Sv!! il U! lffy lllli Eli ., M Es V 2 , Q gl' 1 W Slanding: Irene Hopkins, Katherine johnson, Thelma Herron, Laura Niebaum, Ruth Eckles. 1- gil xj Oera Neish, Harriet Smith. I ', Sealed: janet MacDonald, Sarah Hudson, Margaret Davis, Ruth Brown, lrene Garrison, Mary ' Johnson. Helena Flinn, Elsie Young, Anna Marshall. wg, my 2 ' 1 lil wx, vll , , sill lip V md JY ,y ,fl n.,, ll illl, 4 ,HJ vw La ini. Wifi i all 2 5211 ilflfl gs, l I , f iq! Q . X: ,-'fx Three hundred fifty-mm' fr: Y mp-L FRATERNITIES : R 4 0'- W . ' 49' A V :Hal luuu Brita Evita Brita Founded Boston University, l888 Alpha Eflyvta Clllmptrr Established at University of Pittsburgh, I9l6 Hratrra in ilininrraitatn ISABEL BALPH RUTH HOGAN Seniors WILMA HUNT ELIZABETH KLINGENSMITH MARIE SCHMITT HELEN BURKHALTER FRANCIS HOWE MILDRED MILLER Juniors MARTHA ROBINSON DOROTHY EVELYN SUTER GRACE VOHR VIOLA YOUNG Sophomores MARY AIKEN SEVILLIA MCINTOSH ELIZABETH ALLISON, IONE AUSTRAW, 'I7 RUTH CRISTLER, 'I8 GRACE GILSON, '20 ARDIS JONES, '20 ANNA KLINGENSMITH, '20 '20 Pledges LAURA RILEY MARIAN VERO SARAH NICHOLLS, '20 ELEANOR ORR, 'I8 DOROTHY PHILIPS, '20 ELIZABETH ROHRKASTE, ' MARY THOMPSON, '20 MARIAN TYNDALL, '20 I 0 ' nj' .V Q5 Three hundred sixty ' I .WI I I LIL, M, I -L I " 3 .. 'wif "'W'w" THLJ4 A , L, ...............,,..,. , ., ,,A..4, Umm, In--W5 ,1,V, MMV I ,mwm w A fm"'f:I1ff'j2-"'if'1'j A ""1 'Q j ggjfijff- -v-1:1'if"f?if-if:Ir--fx,.5JfT??T.1 -l,I 1 iQi21E..::1, L - 5.3- -4:1:511.:.,pLgig:i Q-EEE:gf,:,iIiZii:':5Zi1T:i?iEi ,lf 1' S' 2 V,--. K, 'fjj7j'm.,, W xnlv firfl' , l i X. kv 4, A: P FRATERNITIES Evita Elvira Evita Seated: Sevilia Mclntosh, Mary Aiken, Evelyn Suter, Wilma Huot, Grace Vohr. Martha Rob- inson, Betty Klingensmith, Marie Schmitt, Helen Burkhalter, Mildred Miller. Slanding: Betty Rolorkaste, Betty Allison, Ruth Cristler. Eleanor Orr, Anna Klingensmith, Marian Tyndall, Mary Thompson, Grace Cilson, Lau 'a Riley, Marian Vero, Ruth Hogan, Dorothy Philips, Frances Howe, Iona Anstraw. Three lumdred .vinfty-one J 3 X i .............0..,...,.. E I R1-1 9 FRATERNITIES , V fm J m 4 ,v v xl 9' Evita Zvta Founded at Miami, 1902 Gbmirrnn Olhzqater , Established at the University of Pittsburgh, l9l 5 llhiatrrn in iiiniurraitate juniors HELEN HOWARD MARY HOWARD DOROTHY GREEN ELEANOR BALPH MARGUERITE MATTESON I-IENRIETTA Sci-TLEOEL MARGARET RALSTON MARY SANNER MAY KARNS ELIZABETH LEARNS ISABEL PARTER Sophomores MABEL GARDNER HELEN Rusl-1 DOROTHY WIGMAN EDNA GRAY MARION CLARK ELMA PERKINS SADIE Kmcx-1 Freshmen ' GWENETH MORGAN ANGELYN REA HENRIETTA YATES ll I 'ii ld i'1 7 x rd fp V Three hundred sixty-two ,M O wv L, A A f L E as M 4524 FRATERNITIES Evita Zvta Third Row: Clark, Yates, Wigman, Green. Stephens, Howard, Gardner. Second Row: Rush. Schlegal, Ralston, H. Howard, Kirch, Matteson. First Row: Morgan, Sanner. Three h1mdred'sixfy-tlwbe A fi "" ' , FRATERNITIES A J 01 F 1f fQ5 M, m s W .-E 55 W ' 'N .Y L !- :yi 'll U I II i I Kappa 1Hi A Founded l9I4 I Members Chosen for High Scholarship' and Professional Spirit I Jfratrza in Harulatr N Miss KATHERINE FOULKE Miss FLORENCE TEAGARDEN I 3lTratrzn in liniuzrnitate ANNE H. BOWERS ELIZABETH LEDWIDGE HELEN REICH MARY J. CHAMBERS ELLA LOBINGER SARA STINCHFIELD BLANCHE CHARLES MARY MCARDLE EUNICE STORY I MARY GLASSER EDITH MATTHEWS PRUDENCE TRIMBLE A SARA REED l IU I N! I ll I Us V all I 0' X 0' 'Iv x Three hundred sixty-four 0 0, 'I ,1 A E an E A A W M A ii'f"1"''W"1l1'+1fTf1ffE"W'-"TT531 - -'f FRATERNITIES liaqapa ElHi Standing: Reich, Charles, Trimble, lVIcCradle. Sitting: Bowes, Chambers, Foulke, Matthews, Reed. Three hundred sixty-five 1 1 54 Jig' F AV -. 3 771row me o 5 ,f 4 'Land Three hundred sixty-.fix H Y 2 4 4 S 1- I 45 J L m QQ QHE QIW1 W X V v' V U ali -4 I ixnrf K ll I - 4 '37 . 45 My Ml K 8225 U "" lull: ""' num N ld 1, fl K vm Q V Three hundred my-.fewn 0 an O VV L+ . gs C L U B S Anwriran Elnntitutr uf Tilrilriral iEnginv2ra Third.Row: Rutter, Benz, McCann, Horning, Anderson, Finerty. Peth, Mcwherter, Riddle Second Row: Forman, Prof. Harris, Rath. Prof. Dyche, Krotzer. First Row: Zehfus, Creek. Bonn, Curtis, Stout. Three lumdrcd sixty-cigllt CLUBS Anwriran Snrietg nf ilmnrhaniral Enginwm Sealed: E. W. Hopkins: R. B. Magill: Prof. Weber, Faculty Member: H. Lynch, Chair- man: W. Reseg Prof. R. T. Stewart, Honorary Chairman: P. Russo. T. F. Pres- ton, G. W. Neely. Second Row: E. D. Stauffer, A. Christiansen, A. Cole, F. Wachter, M. E. Goldberg, F. C. Gibson E. R. Lappe. Third Row: W. E. Peters: L. H. Logan: G. C. Newton: I... D. Hutchenson, Secretary and Treas- urer: F. C. Noss, Corresponding Secretary: C. Hutson: J. H. Messerly: W. E.. Schaffnit, Member of Exec. Com.: S. T. Kuhn. Three lmndred .vi.1'ty-Mine CLUBS 1.5. . 4 N sa.'wg L7 wgtzW 1 er., 30 "I, . f i 11 MQW lwmf gain iw? 3' 55 ff. gi Cwiiirrrn , qfi EllKmumCdW8 . . . Pmwmf f 2 R. S. KIRKWOOD, Chem. 'I8 . . Vice-President J. H. RHODES, Ee. 'I8 .... Secretary F. S. FERGUSON, Ec. 'IS . . . Treasurer illllrxzilirm FU A. K. ANDERSON . G. FRANCES J. LOUGHREY FFZTO??Z2Wl?6?C W0U1FlQ4wPg9oO6 m. . Us w. . 59?EQQ599E5855? WEQZSEEPEEECQQEU mmwz Zmmi atm 2 P59 ml' mcg Q zo 2 go C z z E W9?5FFWWWlWECPW :CQrzsiTHvf,cQowQi?W rigiwfirggoogn-U31 2mZgm,,,c:,,,,,og,,:f:u,, H GCZQ mgoxmxfz U3 F Q 3'-im F' ammo 5 .127 7, Z Wg CFFUZWCFUCFOUZ Flrzwwowglwl m. 5aQw??WE:zzz :vl"U--Pmszv-by Ugjgm'-I'-I7--7q"l,4 oU4w:oO::-Om? m ,Z zlfiw If E 1: 2,75 :U r' Z rn Vg -4 The Prodigal Club is an organization of students who are maintaining a tem- porary residence in the city. Prof. l-I. C. Kidd is the leader of the club. Bi- monthly dinners are held at which prominent members of the alumni and student leaders give short talks. Topics concerning the University are discussed and the men have a social time together. Tlzrvv lllllllffflf .vwzfvlzly Bac Row Davls Armstrong. Koch, Aufclerheide, Lynam, Morrow. C L U B S iii Ilinrkg Cilluh Front Row Wood Dxxon Thompson, McLeod, Lefton, Arthur. illilvmhvrn A. C. WOOD D. R. DICKSON JACK THOMPSON NORMAN MACLEOD A. P. LEFTON W. C. ARTHER G. H. DAVIS S. E. ARMSTRONG L. A. KOCH W. H. AUFDERHEIDE HARRY BLUESTONE OscA R HARTER R. L. LYNAM G. T. MORROW F. E. BETZ AL HART ERIC MEADOWS LEONARD HILTY R. D. PECK C. A. CARLSON J. L. LEVY ALBERT YODER Gus ENGLEHART Thrvc Illllldltd rf' fmzfx om' CLUBS 15. 35. 15. Qiluh Back Row: James, Pischke, Smith, Burkhalter, Abrahms. Third Row: Wilder, Irwin, Curry, Wright, Moorhead, Sexton, Gahan. Second Row: lVIcClenehan, Wehmeir, Sturm, H. Burkhalter, Levy, Magee, Eckles. First Row: Gilson, R. Sexton, Schwartz, Ochsenhirt. McDonald, Racy, Welch, Young, J. Mc- Donald. I Three lzumlrcd .vezfclzty-tivo C L U B S Qlhemiral Snrietg Back Raw: Lowenstein, Cable, Klein, Young, Coleman, Weinburg, Perkins. Middle Row: Downey, Silverman, Dodds, Gill, Miller, Corey, Wible. Front Row: Levy, Baldwin, Ziel, Neiclle, Ward, Cross, Kirkwood. Three hundred seventy-tlwee C L U B S Anrient Gbrher nf Hipaa Top Row: Haines, Couvert, Tee, Sprankle, Anderson. Second Row: Byers, Jevon, Steele, Barbour, Lefton, Brown. Sitting: Ludwig. Mowry, Lee, Francis, Reynolds, Livermore, Klaw Three hundred .vcfueuly-four C L U B S mug Qlluh Back Row: Gardner, Kc-ally, Howard. Armstrong, Craig, Coleman, Paul, Lenschner, Millar. Second Row: Mohn, Kent, Berryman, Levant, Frankle, Foster, Miller, Kline, Johnson, Heckert. Fron! Row: Booth. Shirlc, Masten, Trimble, Delphy, Miller, Morrow, Wright. T11 run 11 mzdrfd xnvcnz ly-fi-:fc C L U B S Within Qlluh Three lnmdred safuenty-si.1' C L U B S U. BH. QT, A. Qiahinet Top Row: W. R. Gregg, H. G. Shirk, R. Milligan, F. Karcher. H. B. Curry. Middle Row: N. MacLeod, G. T. Morrow, H. Carlow. R. B. Magill, C. Rhodes, R. S. Burns, H. M. Sprankle. Lower Row: N. H. Mawhinney. Ian Forbes, Geo. M. Kirk fGen'l Sec.J, C. E. Barbour, C. L. Boots, W. B. Millar. Three lumdrcd .vcvcnty-seven CLUBS fllluniral Cttluhn WILLIAM T. CANAN, Ee. 'I7. Leader First Tenor T. F. PRESTON, Eng. 'I7 RAY BALIJRIDCE, EC. 'I9 H. M. STEELE, Dent. 'IS C. G. SPECI4, Dent. 'I9 M. MARCUS, Dent. 'I9 Second Tenor J. O. LEE, Ec. 'I7 W. C. SALOMON, Mines 'IS J. R. B. BYERS, Ee. 'I9 H. M. COVERT, Dent. 'IS A. S. MCELROY, Col. 'IS H. M. LINDER, Eng. '20 First Bass WM. J. HUTCHINSON, Dent. 'I9 C. E.. BARBOUR, Col. 'I9 C. M. TEA, Col. 'IS A. E. WRIGHT, Dent. 'I9 A. R. LIVERMORE, Dent. 'I7 H. R. LUDWIG, Dent. 'I7 . J. O. LEE, EC. 'I7 . . PROF. J. C. FETTERMAN, '96 D. T. R. DICKSON, Law 'I9 A. K. ANDERSON, Ee. 'IS . W. H. T. AUFDERHEIDE, EC. PROF. H. C. KIDD . . HARRY B. GAUL . . GEORGE I... MCNEMERY . WILLIAM T. CANAN, Ee. 'I7 Cbiiirers '18 . ROBERT B. MOWREY, Dent. 'I7 . ABEL KLAW, Law 'I9 . Qhruriette MATTHEW MARCUS, Dent. 'I9 . JOHN R. B. BYERS, EC. 'I9 . WILLIAM T. CANAN, Ee. 'I7 . ALVIE R. LIVERMORE, Dent. 'I7 Three hundred seventy-eiglzt Bass A. R. LIVERMORE, Dent. 'I7 A. N. REYNOLDS, Ee. 'IS A. E.. BROWN, Dent. 'I7 W. H. DUNCAN, Ec. 'IS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Manager Faculty Advisor Director of Glee Club Director of Mandolin Club Leader of Glee Club Leader of Mandolin Club Accompanist . First Tenor . Second Tenor . Baritone . Bass U L U B S imluniral Qiluhn Back Row: McElroy, Fisher, Salomon, Covert, Watson, Duncan, McCann, Mills, Brown, Hutchinson, Wright, Baldridge, Reynolds, Patton, Burnsworth, Bixby. Second Row: Grant, Sprankle, Lutes, R. E.. Carmack, Steele, Godfrey, Tea. MacMath, H. S. Carmack, Barbour, Byers. Sealed: McKnight. Anderson, Lefton, Lee, Aufderheide, Livermore, Dickson, Canan, Lud- wig, Mowrey. On the Floor: Preston, Klaw, Speck, Francis, Linder, Marcus, Schaule, Diamond. Three lmmdred seventy-:lyme CLUBS Girlz' C5192 Cliluh imiiirzra LILLIAN SMITH .... Preszdcnt MARY SGANLON . Vzce Preszdent MARY L. SANNER . . Secrelary Mxss HULDA KENLEY . Faculty Advzsor MARGARET H. RALSTON . . Manager HELEN BASTAR . . Asszstant Manager members HILDEGARDE WUESTHOFF, Leader EMMA OyDONNELL, Leader ANNA LAUFE, Accompanisl MARGARET RALSTON, Reader MILDRED ALTENBURGER HELEN BASTAR GRACE CRAIG MARION CLARK ABBY FLEMING SARAH GIBSON LOUISE HETHERINGTON GAYLE ISENSEE ELIZABETH MCCAEE RUTH MCEWAN SYLVIA MILLAR ' VERA L. NEISH EMMA O,DONNELL HELEN PATTERSON Three lmndred eighty I GRACE FRECH RUTH, DOUTHITT VERA AUSTRAW MILDRED HOLLAND MARGARET H. RALSTON MARY SANNER PAULINE SCANLON MARY SCANLON LILLIAN SMITH SALOME WEAVER DOROTHY WIGMAN BEss WILLIAMSON HILDEGARDE WUESTHOFF LAURA ZIEGLER CLUBS Girlz' C5122 Glluh Back Row: Scanlon, Millar, I-letherington, Frech, Bastar, Wuefthoff. Middle Row: Fleming, Clarke, Weaver, Heclstrom, Wigman, Austraw, P. Scanlon, Ralston. Fran! Row: Ziegler, Craig, Patterson, O'Donnell, Smith, Laufe, Neish, Sanner. ' Three lzzmdred eighty-one Senior Cllnmmitteru A. PAUL LEFTON, General Chairman Srhnnl nf Ernniimira H. P. AUSTIN, Chairman H. BLUESTONE B. W. JENKINS O. I. HARTER J. C. LEE Unllege E. B. GEORGE, Chairman E.. A. MUSSER E.. KLINGENSMITH Benltiuirg O. C. AMMONS, Chairman T. F. HEALY A. R. LIVERMORE G. W. MEOAHAN S. FRIEDLANDER Ehuratiun H. A. BURKHART, Chairman I... BORLAND E. E. MATHEWS CHESS POWERS M. T. SCHMITT Srlpuul nf ftingiurrring T. PRESTON, Chairman R. D. REDDING H. G. GRADY E. J. BUNKER J. W. RESE :Srhnnl nf milieu J. S. GRUMBLING, Chairman J. JOHNSON J. A. GROS R. K. SOPPITT P. M. NUTTY mrhirintr C. E.. MOYER, Chairman J iiharxnarg HARRY CHILDS, Chairman ming Qlnxnmittee J. A. THOMPSON, Chairman VICTOR SCHERMERH.ORN HELEN HUNT HENRY LYNCH R. W. WALTERS Mnuitatinn Qlnmmittrr NORMAN MACLEOD, Chairman ELLIOTT MCC-REW JOHN BARTLETT EDITH IVIATHEWS O. C. AMMONS The President is ex-ofcio member of both Committees Three hundred eighty-Iwo will UM I UNE X- Uhe Hanthrr Uhr 4191111 Uhr 1HH12eklg 1 lddll ACTIVITIES MMI ll"'lf'lll I ' K IfiW'91Ef i35555X IE I f Z uwll 4, . I 11 -I h M UIMBIP' 1 f -M y -lf' X Qi-n i 2'- - I ! X"M'i'1,U:y' 79- 5 R. G. EMERSON, Editor E I. LOVITZ , M anagcr lff ACTIV ITIES iganilper Stat? Back Row: Baker, Davidson, Maxfieid, Jevon, Pollock. Williams. Fran! Row: Mcswigan, Klaw, Hunt, Forbes, Emerson, Lovitz, Pape. Three lmndred eiglzly-five -- .....,2Z. 0- 'Q if W QF L as I . . ' O I A, ' ' 'fi S ACTIVITIES AQ' ja? W W it Uhr Panther 61112 Emu' A Editorial Stag? RALPH G. EMERSON .... Editor-in-Chief IAN F oRBEs ...... Assistant Editor ' FRED E. HENRY . . Managing Editor VICTOR A. JAVON . . Art Editor MARIE MCSWIGAN ..... Co-ed Editor Managerial Staf EDWARD LovITz ..... Business Manager FRANK B. MAXFIELD . . . Advertising Manager HARRY POLLOCK ..... Circulation Manager Editorial Associates CAROL HOWARD DONALD J. BAKER BETTY PAPE EDWARD J. DAvIDsoN HELEN HUNT Managerial Associates FRED W. ScHWARTz ARTHUR ARNOLD ARTHUR DAVIS RICHARD WILLIAMS 'zs I I6 1 T a r Three hundred eighty-six' 1 ii A 0' 1 W O - xii Ivy lv X ii.. Q-QI J A , ' W ,,,,,-,,, 4 , -,-,,,,,,.,- V ,QM H V V 0 ' .i ss. 'S as ::t , If I A E:: ,Q get ACTIVITIES .Q1aI1'!vIltx 1-1-15 OWU D. J. BAKER, Editor G. T. MORROW, Manager Tlmrfr 11 Illldfffl 1'1'gl1ty-.ww II 4 al .ff N 1 .fm ll ,,A, X .fffi'f"'?f"79" 1 ' f'Wf":gr't"1"?ff:2.f55:'jf'T"' 4-3 i llil YJ CD41 li'L1'iT"'9'H::r9irf-rfifi ' ' i:?:g:: .-N f ' 1- ,, W",,.'1T, mzfmfcx ,, Q!! i "fJ,g,h2"l',. .n.,,f" ',ff's,'3,J' C, lxlfvl if --N N7 ... 'U 'J' , ZLL? ,, . . -. - .. ., .il-M-M35-if--M---'I .- . ...Aw ozf.iigLfff...,.lf1if'.T?i'if!tA?fw'1ff-'--'--f- 'Q il I 1 ACTIVITIES ' lg, 1915 091111 Baath DONALD J. BAKER .... Editor-in1Chicf GERALD T.LMORROW . . . Business Manager-in-Chief Editorial Staf The College ....... R. O. DAVIS School of Chemistry' . . . . K. S. TESH School of Dentistry and Athletics . ' W. D. MCCLELLAND School of Economics . . . . E. G. FRANCIS Evening Economics School . . D. M. BRILL School of Education and Art . . F. I. MILLER School of Engineering . . . J. I-I. MEssERLY School of Medicine . . . J. J. Sci-IEIN School of Mines . . . D. J. BAKER School of Pharmacy . . M. E. BALDWIN Photographer . . .... L. F. PIAZZI U Managerial Slaf The College ....... N. R. ANGNEY School of Chemistry . . K. D. DODDS School of Dentistry . . . J. C. PILLOW School of Economics . . . G. T. MoRRow Evening Economics School . . l-l. E. BERHORST School of Education . . . I-l. BURKI-IALTER School of Engineering . . M. B1 S'roU1' School of Medicine . . C. B. DAUGHERTY School of Mines , . . R. P. NICHOLLS School of Pharmacy . . J. A. WINTERS Comptroller . . . W. l... KIMMICI-I Advertising . . . J. L. LEVY ls Three hundred eighty-eight ll f W ' ,, gn , f'f1 Y- V rf: -... 1 ACTIVITIES 091111 Staff Back Row: Tesh, Grotefend, Schein, Stout, Dodds. Middle Row: Levy, Winters, McClelland, Angney, Daugherty, Pillow, Nicholls. Piazzi. Front Row: Messerly, Francis, Morrow, Kimmich, Baker, Burkhalter, Davis. Tlufrc l11t7IdI'C'd ciglzly-11'z'nr ll ' sg? X I -.,- 1,41 XXX' f 'M s ,, . X W T- A X' ff -1 xx..- . ACTIVITIES PM IT EEKUY ' . ffl!! flf' X X f 1 . Illlll W ff , , I I fv.1M'CvIlf-,S '19 lrmr lzzmclrrrl ninrly E. B, GEORGE, Editor A. P. LEFTON, Manager 1 l l ACTIVITIES Merklg Stab? Scaled: Edith Mathews, Adelaide Klein, Marie lVlcSwigan, A. P. Lefton, W. T. Canan, Edwin B. George, Betty Pape, Helen Hunt. Lillian Lawler. Second Row: A. W. Grotefend. J. C. Rhodes, Victor A. Jevon, Ralph N. Cliquennoi, Abel Klaw, john Byers, W. C. Arther. Back Row: Emerys G. Francis, A. K. Anderson, M. E. I-lannum, Shaller, Carlton Croco, Ben- jamin Rosenshine. Three lmlzdrnd n.i11ety-one ACTIVITIES Uhr Hitt Mrrklg The Official Student and Alumni Journal of the University of Pittsburgh Published each Wednesday of the School Year On the Campus-5 cents a copy: SL50 a year. By Mail-SI .75 iihitnrial iBrparImmt Editor-in-Chief . ...... EDWIN B. GEORGE, Col. 'l7 Managing Editor . ALBERT W. GROTEFEND, Ec. 'IB Assistant Editor . . WILLIAM T. CANAN, Ec. 'I7 Sporting Editor . . WILLIAM C. ARTI-IER, Ec. 'I7 Activities Editor . . . E. G. FRANCIS, Ec. 'I8 News Editor . . . . . . AEEL KLAW, Ec. '17 Assistant Sporting Editor . . . . R. N. CLIQUENNOI, Ec. 'I8 Department Editor ....... EDITH MATTHEWS, Ed. 'I7 Cartoonist . . . ..... VICTOR A. JAVON, Ec. 'I9 Contributing Editors . HELEN HUNT, MARIE MCSWIGAN, BERYL PAPE Aaauriatv Ehitnra J. C. RHODES MIss ADELAIDE KLEIN L. P. HEID A. K. ANDERSON M. E. HANNUM Miss LILLIAN LAWLER Miss IRENE HOPKINS ZRm,n1rtrrn J. J. PAGLIN C. E. ROWE C. W. ScovEL M. FREED M. W. SCANLON Miss GOLDIE. KRIEGER Miss PORTER H. Gow W. M. HELMAN Manager . . Advertising Manager . Circulation Manager Controller . . . J. W. MASTEN, Ec. 'I9 W. C. GARNER T. R. WILLIAMS CI-IARLES ARNOLD Tlzrre 11'lHldI'0d ni11cty-two ARTHUR OLIVER iiuzinean Bepartnurnt J. R. B. BYERS, Ec. 'I9 N. K. Sci-IALLER Ahninnrg ilinarh I. G. FLOCKEN K. E. DAVIS, 'IO AL. PAUL LEFTON, Ec . C. H. DAVIS, Ec C. W. CROCO, Col BENJ. ROsENsHINE, Ec RICHARD WILLIAMS, Ec J. C. ERLANGER J. O,CONNOR, 'IO G. M. P. BAIRD, '09 AU'l'lVl'I'IES w J. R. WILLISON fpresidenl ofsludenl Senalc Exrrutiuv CEnmmittve 1- Standing: Baker, Krotzer, Boch. Cummings. Scaled: Burkhart, Davis, Willison, Howe. Three lzmzdrerl nifzety-tlzree ., I, I 5 I I ,f ,I gfifyjnffwryyffzaffiifxxxfghk We .5 , , . q I-IH.M.-... . ,.... ,J . J ,.,,Ai.QI LI.-...m . I Yqeuwryf " ' MYUHQT7 ,gif ?I9'fif3r'.I-,x film-, ' ' 'X E.. 4 s.S5gZ.nJf 21,4411 1..1:gILe.1. Ziff .fQQe..3ii2fi31LL-4425-4 'M I-I I I EIQLZQ 1 ii ACTIVITIES . wg? JDS .I I Ig' General Senate wt lmiirern I4 III fm J. RUSSELL WILLISON . . . President FRANCIS HOWE . . . Vice-President inf: P. W. ALLEN ..... Secretary-Treasurer , ,,.. I I RUSSELL O. DAVIS . . Chairman Executive Committee J Exnrutiue Qlummitm I 1. R. O. DAVIS ALPHA BURKHART I H EARL KROTZER D. J. BAKER A 'J PAUL CUMMINS W. E. BocK I ttlllrmherz Ahuinnrg Baath ALPHA BURKHART SAM. I-IAUDENSHIELD R. PAUL NICHOLAS J fe ttlllzmhrra il College A I ALICA MUssER J. L. SIGEL M THos. KENDRICKS R. O. DAVIS E. R. AMEs M. K. ARMSTRONG JAs. WALSH . Education EDITH MATTHEWS ALPHA BURKHART FRANCIS I-IQWE RUTH F LEMING LILA LEWIS SARA BONNET E. R. BOUNCHER Economics W. E. BocK J. R. WILLIsoN EDW. BAKER D. E. MAYS ROBT. JOHNSON J. C. MILLER W. ASHBAUGI-I Mines A STEWART GRUMBLING I RENDELL SOPPITT D. J. BAKER R. P. NICHOLLS A. HICKEY T. L. TRIMBLE F. GARWIN Engineering KARL KROTZER J. C. PETH W. B. FORMAN S. T. KUHN JOHN COLLINS R. E. WELDDN E. A. KUI-IN I Dentistry Y S. I-IAUDENSHIELD P. CUMMINS P. W. ALLEN S. FRIEDLANDER BERT SPROUL JACK BooTs J 3535 P. NAGLE III!! il Chemistry ld E. N. JESSOP E.. H. ZIEL . L F. I-I. WEISS K. D. Donns I I, I, C. N. SANNER KI M Three hundred ninety-four Nh Q 41' 'af' fi h"-NaY,.,,,,,,,,,.,.l1,T:.,g..mo.-1....Z.l.J:,j..,,,,,z..,..... .4.. U.. .I-I .... f..-I...--.I-.ffpm-.........,-., ur if i115 -..:II.f5.I?ie..f:gpg 1 -:TWtvqWqiEw:a3"-'mM"S:Zf"-"" ' " """'f"7"'f"?"'?"'T""""mTH'm'L'E'I"""'-1:-1" Tj? 'xiii .. .. . 1 ','.-ig:T.vr A fi Q-I 1-1. -lg.4.gLgg.L....L.,..2f . 15.iSE..fg..iE.gQ.1I'iI.ii5i ""t"' "'lZ?2? L 3 :TFC 4? A C T I V I T I E S Stuhvnt Smear Fourth Row.' Forman, Peth, Johnson, Armstrong, Collins, Friedlander. Third Row: Sanner, Walsh, Millar, Freeman, Sigal, Krotzer. Second Row: Garvin, Ames, Kendrick, Allen, Haudenshield, Mays, Cummings, Kuhn. Pirsl Row: Mathews, Musser, Davis, Lewis, Bonnet, Howe, Fleming. Tlzwrr lzzmdrcd 11i11rly-j'i'z1c Ac:T1vl'rlr:s HH. A. 2-X. Einarh Silling: Huot. Klingensmith, Spangler, Hunt, Johnston. Standing: Hitzfelt, Clark. Aiken, Scanlon, Flinn. McDonald. 133. A. A. Gbftirrrn MARY LOUISE IVIOYE . . . ELINOR SPANGLER WILMA HUOT . . MARY JOHNSON . Tllrcc lumdrfd Hilzcly-six Presidcnl Vice-Prcsidcnf Sccrelary Treasurer A I 41' 4-ev' fx, 1 JW aiu L 'fsiw .QHQHRY flzrm lumdrcr' ninety-seven ACTIVITIES J. A. THOMPSON, Author B. LEVANT, Composer Three 1IIHIf!Y1'l?fI 11i11,nty-ffiglit A CT l V I T I E S Glam anh 151111111 Glluh Front Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Coggins, Malone, Burke, Schofield, Davis, Jenkins. Higilton, Heinrich, Levant, Sorg, Johnson, Delphy, Armstrong, Thompson, Wood, me. Marland, McLaren, Shields, M. Davis, lVlcKennan, Maxfield, Scott, Moreland, Allen, George. Barton, Lind, Kirk, Hamilton, Frankle, Bier, Aufderlmeide, Williamson, Cole. Three lumdrvd mlwty-uirze ACTIVITIES Clap anh 051111111 Glluh Br. Binurre JOHN A. THOMPSON, 'I7 . . . Author of Book and Lyrics J. LEVANT. 'I9 . . . Music KARL C. HEINRICH .... Dancing Executive Staf Cap and Gown Club A. G. JOHNSTON, 'I7 ..... President J. H. SORG, 'I8 . . . Vice-President S. E. ARMSTRONG, 'IS . . V DR. J. S. ASHBROOK . . HAROLD S. DOWNING, 'I5 . . ADAM C. WOOD, 'I7 . . F. B. MAXFIELD, 'I9 I MAURICE DAVIS, '20 . . T. M. MCKENNA, 'zo I PROFESSOR H. C. RAY . E.. B. GEORGE, 'I7 ..... Secretary Treasurer Graduate Manager Student Manager Assistant Managers Faculty Advisor Publicity Manager Committee on Production DEAN H. B. MILLER, 'I0 .... WILLIAM MORELAND, 'I2 . . JOHN A. THOMPSON, 'I7 . . KARL G. HEINRICH . B. J. LEVANT. 'I9 Chairman Secretary Director and Author Director of Dances Director of Music J. F. KIRK, '20 F. V. COGGINS, '20 R. C. SMITH, '20 J. Y. BURKE, '20 C. D. BIER, '20 O. DAVIS, 'l8 . G. SHIELDS, '20 . W. AUFDERHEIDE, '20 . L. BARTON, '18 W. JENKINS, 'I7 J.LC.!HAMILTON, 'I9 W. D. BESWICK, pooo-Igo Four hmidred A. T. COLE, '20 'I9 J. IP 5" I-5,3 EPA. 4555 QF? :I:"'2 Qzmx mgm Fr' -F O.. 7:52004 -1. Cb 1.-. OSI Z 'U U3 O ?0Osf 2.5333 'Ln E52 I-on Q -me O mf'.I Q 'Q 517m ,A E -477 I- w -m 4? SO- S S r- E :v Z 71590-if JP 3' - 3135 37 rn 9:12-e .Z- -UIITZ so-Ig, 5511+1- O 252 Porn -?'. 0045 Nl QQPT1 . C. LIND, '20 H. SCOTT, 'I9 B. KLINE, 'I9 . W. SCHOFIELD 20 HAMILTON, 'I9 R. MARLAND 20 J. H. FAUSETT, 20 ACTIVITIES 4:5135 ,BQMHQ W V ag!! wif ,lv N1 . PW ' QL N Pnl -gf' hffb Q jx .ss I-mg.-if ilxurlii iwuuv 'S :At :Q U f f -nf' Ui, U v l V 'n , 1 5 . - 3' 1 5 Q l +1-f li, Ag Four luuzrlrrd one ACTIVITIES liitt iilagrra C!DfErrra PROF. G. M. P. BAIRD . . PHILLIP E. MCNALLY, Col. 'I7 HARRIET SMITH, Col. 'I9 . . ELMER G. GRUBBS, JR., Col. '18 CLAUDIA CHAMBERS, Ed. 'I9 . DANIEL T. R. DICKSON, Ec. 'I7 CLYDE E. ROWE, Col. 'I9 . . HOWARD F. MCCLENAHAN, Col. 'I8 . L. C. GILSON, Col. I7' . . H. E. LOHSTOETER, Col. 'I9 . G. M. CLARK, Ed. 'I9 . LESTER GRAHAM, Ec. 'I9 . CURTIS R. MCKNIGHT, Col. 'I9 HELEN M. BASTAR, Ed. 'I9 LOUISE BORLAND, Ed. 'I7 Louis BROIDO, Law 'IS LAURA BELLE DAVIS, Ed. 'I9 WALTER H. DEER, Col. 'I9 AGNES DICKSON, Col. 'I8 IAN FORBES, Col. 'I7 G. IRENE GARRISON, Col. 'I7 GENEVIEVE GASKILL, Ed. 'I9 EDWIN B. GEORGE, Col. 'I7 CHARLES GILARSKI, Col. '20 FRANCIS T. HOGAN, Col. '20 J. P. THOMAS, 'l7 E. J. KENT, 'I9 Regisseur President Secretary Stage Manager Member-at-Large Treasurer Business Manager Acting Stage Manager Electrical Acting as Assistant to Business Manager 1 Jflssistant Stage Managers J members HELEN HUNT, Col. 'l7 ISIDORE I-IURWIGH, Ed. 'I9 MARY A. B. JOHNSON, Col. 'I8 MARGARET KIRKLAND, Ed. '20 GOLDIE KRIEGER, Ec. '20 LILLIAN LAULER, Ed. 'I9 AL PAUL LEFTON, Ec. 'l7 MATTHEW MARCUS, Dent. 'I9 T. G. REYNOLDS, Col. 'l7 AUGUSTA ScHMELz,' Ed. '19 MARY THOMPSON, Col. '20 SALOME WEAVER, Ed. 'I9 ANNA KLINGENSMITH, '20 B. V. MCPARTLAND, 'I7 R. S. HOGENMILLER, '20 Four hundred two ACTIVITIES Gllauairal Qiluh MISS VIVIEN B. MOOL RICHARD GRAVES . MISS LII.I.IAN LAWLER IDA RAIvIsEY AIAN FORBES T. G. REYNOLDS EVA GOLDSTEIN IRENE GARRISON WILMA HUOT ARDIS JONES ANNA WOOZLEY ' J. R. KAVANAUGH BERTHA V. NAIR MILDRED GI.oss CATHERINE SNELL EDITH STARZ RUTH WOLFE LAURA FRUCI-Is KATHERINE FRETTS J. R. MILLIGAN I-IARRIET SMITH DR. E. T. The purpose of the Classical Club is threefold: . President . Vice-President . Secretary CHRISTELLA O,DONNELL MARY MCCONNAUGHY PROF. I-I. S. SCRIBNER MARGARET KISKADDEN MARGARET ALLEWELT MARGUERITE MATTESON I To deal, by means' of papers, lectures, and discussions, with the life, public and private, of the Greeks and Romans, their religion and history, with Greek and Roman antiquities, and similar subjects. 2 To study and produce, from time to time, such plays or scenes from classical times as may seem feasible. 3 To hold such social meetings as may not be out of harmony with the foregoing purposes. F our hundred three ACTIVITIES 73221 Gfrnan Hirst Aih Qlluh DR. LUBA ROBIN GOLDSMITH . . Instructor LILLIAN B. LAWLER . . Secretary RUTH HARRISON . MARY SCANLON . . EVANGELINE MERRIMAN Division l. MARION CLARK ELEANOR CALHOUN AGNES DICKSON ESTELLA DOERR FLORA DETWILER EMMA DEININGER KATHERINE FINLEY MARY GLEISS DOROTHY M. GREEN MILDRED D. GLOSS GRACE GILSON CELESTE HANLON GRACE HUBBARD VIRGINIA IRWIN MARGARET .IEANNERO HAZEL KOEHLER MARIE MCCORMICK VERA L. NEISH EVELYN MCCURDY GRACE K. MARTIN CATHERINE NAU LAURA NIEBAUM MI Four hundred four ' I Executive Committee Division 2. RUTH MCCRACKEN EDNA RUSSELL MARGARET H. RALSTON EDYTHE ROSE HELEN BUSH FLORENCE L. RACY FLORENCE SKINNER MARTHA AI. SCHMITT AUGUSTA SCHMELZ MARY SANNER CATHERINE L. SNELL MAJORY STEWART RUTH WOLFE RUTH WISCHMEYER ANNA WOOZLEY DOROTHY DURBIN DOROTHY WIGMAN HENRIETTA YATES CAROLINE WELSH IRMA GILL MABEL C. GARDNER VERA AUSTRAW LDRED DULLARD ACTIVITIES Zllirnt Nh 0111111 Fifth Row: Skinner, Allison, E. Russel, Green, Jeannero, Deininger. Fourlh Row: Doerr. Detwiler, Wishmeyer, Hubbard. Wolf, Woozley, Schmitt, Racy Steward. Third Row: Niebaum. Nauh, Finley, Austraw, Schley. Second Row: Sanner, Harrison, Scanlon, Lawler, Goldsmith, Merriman, Clarke, Wigman. First Row: Dixon, Brown, Rush, Ralston, Cilson, Welch, Neish, Wigton. Four lllllldffd five A C T I V I T I E S Azanriatinn nf iinunelynlh Aria Back Row: Turfley, Reich, Graver, Mathews, Charles, Chambers. M iddlc Row: Hazlett, Brymer, Schmitt, Niebaum, McKay, Jamison, Fleming Front Row: Johnston, Applegate, Baster, Pollock, Schmeltz, Nollin. Qbiiireru LUELLA POLLOCK . . . President HELEN BASTAS . Treasurer CORINE APPLEGATE . . . Secretary Members CORINE APPLEGATE RUTH FLEMINC. ANNA MARSHALL HAZEL CRITCHLOW MARGARET HAZLETT ZERBIE TURFLEY ELIZABETH BATES CATHERINE MATHEWS HELEN BASTAR ELENOR MCKAE CHARLOTTE RAY F our hundred sm' ELIZABETH MCCLURE HELEN MCKAY LAURA NIEBAUM ELSIE BRYMER BLANCHE CHARLES MILDRED KEITH LUELLA POLLOCK HELEN REICH AUGUSTA SCHMELTZ HATTIE JAMISON MARTHA SCHMITT fi llVI'l'I f N fxw I fll, 00 54 I f C 1 X - X J If 115 4. II K' EDD ' 1. AY' 'X ' JDK S .V ' iT"ff:?t7L. ACTIVITIES Mig , 'W l . . Blumnr lirnm Qlnmmrttee . J LX. I uf GEORGE H. DAVIS . . . Chairman .I L. LEVY .... Publicity Manager Ehuratinnal JANET MCDONALD, Chairman DoRA HITZFELD BRENDA WRIGHT DOROTHY SUTER PEARL LITTLE Ernnnmira W. H. AUFDERI-IEIDE, Chairman L. R. SQUIER ARTHUR LYNAM W. D. JAMES O'DONOVAN G. M. LATIMER W. L. KI1vIIvIIcI-I E. G. FRANCIS Bentiatrg MCCLELLAND, Chairman Louis FIRESTONE H. D. MINARD Mines ' E. H. MESISER, Chairman - D. J. BAKER C.'C. HILL H. L. CARL WILLIAM REILLY A Engineering F. G. GIBSON, Chairman G. L. WEST W. B. FORMAN C. E.. NICKLAS L. H. LOGAN Olnllege T. R. KENDRICK, Chairman ELENOR SPANGLER MILDRED MILLER HELEN HOWARD MARIE GROETZINGER ilmehiral Freshmen H. MCCARTER, Chairman R. T. BRIGGS JOSEPH WHEELER N. A. KOPELMAN H. B. POWERS illilehirnl Bluniurn P. HARVEY, Chairman W. J. FETTER F. L.. CONWELL C. F. M'ETZGER - C. B. DAUGI-IERTV Mum F. B. WIcIcERsI-IAM . M . Cllhemietrg ' K. S. TEsI-I ' Fharmarg W L Four hundred eight EDWARD MERSHON CD -XfX7" T4 'M ' ' if-3. Q 4:-If AC'l'lVl'l'IES ' ihmiur 13mm CHLIIIIIIHUPP Back Row: Tesh, McClelland, Mershon, Messer, Clicquennoi, Aufderheicle. Fronl Row: McCarter, Harvey, McDonald, Davis. Kendrick, Gibson. Ifum' lmudrfd niu A C T I V I T I E S Srninr Ball QT.nnuuitt22 Top Row: H. P. Austin, Norman MacLeod. Edwin B. George, Abel Klaw Lower Row: A. Thompson, A. P. Lefton, Alpha Burkart. Srninr mall CHnmmi11rr W. C. ARTHUR, Class President A. P. Lefton, Chairman J. A. THOMPSON ALPHA BURKART E. B. GEORGE H. P. AUSTIN NORMAN MACLEOD ABE1. KLAW 1 um' IIIIIIIIVUII ICH ACTIVITIES Debating Umm Back Row: Wiegle, Paglin, Kornhauser, Milligan. Slanding: Frazer, Kirch, Scanlon, Aipern, Lewis, Garvin. Sealed: Snell, Asst. Mgr.: Melnick, Arther, Mgr.: Florence, Miller. Four hundred eleven june june June June June june june june june june June June June July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July July I8. I9 20 ZI 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 if 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 I0 II IZ I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 20 2I 22 23 24 25 26 Elhai Summer Sururging Gump The bunch rolls in ana' hit lhc register for ambition. Old Jack Pot goes under the baptism of fire. Even a new tent has been known to leak. The viscolized shoe gang start to get in their devilish work. The Runt has a ripping time with some perfumed letters. Jimmie gets in his first evening stationery ride. Pete registers kick No. I for more lettuce and ice. The Sunday papers are given the hard once over. Tommie decides that as a transitman, he is a good brush-hooker. Eric gets in his first lap of whirlwind rough-house. Louise breezes in late accompanied with a bush league haircut. The first quizz leaves a bunch of groggy ones in its wake. Still a good bit of doubt as to where Louise got the hair cut. Eric leaves for parts unknown, principally Middletown. Doc Bishop blows in looking for a summer resort. Chissy has a busy day ordering fireworks and skirts for the Fourth. Bobby enjoys a beautiful hike from Johnstown. Why? Prof. Case is presented with a bouncing family of five. Everybody works. Charlie and Doc have a nice sociable little chat. "Eat fast fellows, there's company coming." Dory pulls a boner and has ice cream for dinner. Who short changed the engineers on the beans? Boy, page Miller. Pete and Pete return to a wrecked tent and leave for New York. The fussers league is organized and gets under way. The return from New York is made after spending two days in Johns town. Clede pulls down first place in the brush hooking contest. Who put the snake in Rudolph's bed? The Miners all disappear along about seven-thirty. "l got an awful hang-over Bobby. Go over and see if Bake is up yet. A certain tent mate of Miller's gets kicked with a boxing glove. Friedman prepares to kick in but hunger gets the best of him. "Just a hair, Harry." Ocooooooooooooooooooooooooo Fish. Freedman loses crosshairs on his level. Camp, two miles. Bingl Bang! Biff! Hydraulic A's coming up. "Ho Tommie! l'm almost jam up." - Prof. Case reports kittens are getting along nicely. Mac threatens to flunk next guy who rings breakfast bell at 2 A. M. Four luuidred lzvclw Four 1lIllHI7't'd tlzirlvvn July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Four ZZ m l7 1lt..+.e'+.:y 27. Camp 49 etc. on deck. Principally, etc. 28. Pete Edgar gets an extra helping of lettuce. 29. "I can't see Polaris with a spy glass." 30. Jimmie burns up a little more stationery mileage. I'LL SOON HM: ggmg Tu :1 to -.4 P , ,I gl 'Vw-1 Y Q N.-I-""-Tir-"" . 'Q 1 5 2 Q0 Q51 4. EAW l VE" of Cf fl . xi E- Q , J , 5 A -T 11: , -, I ffl , Qi """' "W ww 31. Pete Edgar and Kidd Albert stage a mud fight. l. l-lo Yusl They climb mountains, pick lberries, etc. 2 Bobbie trys some more marathon leveling. 3. Eric receives mysterious packagefrom the laundry. hundred fourteen . Jil my -Q- -Q- Loukfe ' v Look .sv- ,.,- ,X X rifs si. 1 f . 3 .. , 'Q 1 . 1 5, Four hundred fifteen If If f Mi, r -1 Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Au Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug. Aug Aug Four g Aug. Nl. . fr 5-Z J xW '22 IX I ' .X I If I . 1. , Z 1 N ik y W W 2 -:cf 1- I z - T - few f X Eifiigli YK I , I. I I f ' :12f.TL.? II ' X VIE-'K-B1 I A K Q -' I, ? X X T- I I i I N I Z 7 R , V, T C ,fx ' I 'g I , I A gn ,, .. fig? Z5 Kama, Sully arrives and unpacks his hammer. Parfitt lets out wild screech at midnight. "xTS'?, I thought I could make nines upside down, easier Charlie hands out small lecture on care of Vic records. Fergie complains of cold feet. I'IeroId leads retreat in Deutchland argument. . SuIIy's tent floor makes beautiful bon-fire. . The Chancellor gives the school house the double O. . Well, I don't know what you have got Red, but I'll take a look at them. . Femininegender much in evidence. "You boys, must have the grand time." . "And he jammed the tripod leg into his foot." 4 5 6 7 8 9 I0 I I I2 I3 I4 I5. Ken disclaims any knowledge of Sammy's pants. I6 I7 I8 I9 20 2I 22 23 . . Scabs do a IittIe surveying. Strike off at I :30 P. M. . "I got tired waiting for the roof to fall in." . All black again, just like regular ones. ' . Rumor says that a certain party had heavy connections with some mine timbering. . Kid Albert makes a compulsory trip to the creek. . The tennis fiends are at it again. . Crede blames Sully for Ioud snoring. . "I'Il swear I thought the bIue ink was the black." 24. "Darned if I will plumb this shaft without any dinner." 25. "And believe me, the first place I am going to visit is the Gayety." lzznldrvd .vixlvmz DUDGEBRUTHERS WM DTIJR. 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Alma illlatvr - Air: Austrian National Anthem Alma Mater, wise and glorious, Child of Light and Bride of Truth, Over fate and foe victorious, Dowered with eternal youth, Crowned with love of son and daughter Thou shalt conquer as of yore, Dear old Pittsburgh, Alma Mater, God preserve Thee evermorel First beyond the mountains founded, Where the West-road opens free, Where twin rivers forest bounded, Merge and journey toward the sea, In the dawning of the nation Ere the clouds of strife had cleared, 'Rose Thy rough-hewn habitation, By our prophet fathers reared. Close Thy mother-love embraces All who gather at Thy knee Caste and classes, creeds and races, Mother, are as one to Thee: Thou who unto knowledge bore us In the good old days long gone, Raise Thy Gold and Blue high o'er us Lead and we will follow on. Alma Mater, wise and glorious, Child of Light and Bride of Truth, Over fate and foe victorious, Dowered with eternal youth, Crowned with love of son and daughter Thou shalt conquer as of yore, Dear Old Pittsburgh, Alma Mater, Cod preserve Thee evermore. GEO. M P BAIRD 09 '134hll5l'JSw4i2llIii3'iiKL1Y.i .12-4nLWL.,!uEJX 7311? ,.... L. . L 4.1 ! ..4.f-.fAm1:wmz,mu . 1. -2' .sw 1. I ' wrrxnewuxanwun-410101W-san-avril-.41.'.uA4.-.:n.n1:.gas...,.4n,mI.: m.fw -f. V . 'CZ1'e PITTSBURGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Founded in 1878 Corner of Bluff Pride and Vickroy Streets SCHOOL OF PHARMACY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH Thirty-Ninth Annual Session Opens MONDAY, OCTOBER lst, 1917 For Catalogue Address j. A. KOCH, Dean. ..,. .,,,.B,,.,,,,,,,,,-q.-1q-4.-w-,w,f-wvw-'e-r.n1xwv1v-.vm..,qvf--.wpup,-2W ,,, www-w--,Q-aww-v1--v.1rvr-vor-n' r fm. we ....- gf-f fl'J:-7 ,ij pv -1- -nr vsvvwr--Y-as-vwfvwz'-:vas , Q-at I I I J E BELLEFIELD GARDENS We will have reacly for occupancy on the first of May four of the Bellefielcl Garden houses- eight rooms and two baths, with garage. Low pricesg easy terms. Fine location. See NICOLA LAND COMPANY 1 Ph G t 3 , I4I4 FARMERS BANK' BUILDING Iron City Electric Company "EVERYTHING IN THE ELECTRICAL LINE" 7II GRANT STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Qxicie Battery Service Station 6033 BROAD STREET, EAST END M, -Q-M-.., .,-,,,,t,..,,g-K,,1vrn-:swfur:-vw .1 f-1 - wr-,Q-. mr: f"zn1"rs.'n.-:-.r":a'nf"'4 :--rm' .,i-Avrgrz: - .nonhan- mvnnrmnumvnrxmmntinnrnfegnnmegnsnngmennnwmiu- v- :nm rv-:mmf-v.-mann A-.mnlnlani 1slrmrn.1nr.nmr-vnvv-,mul wmw ivnlsunuls-Q: :annum Svigma Alpha Iipnilnn MEANING ...... Smite All Exuberance MEMBERSHIP Foodside FOUNDED ...... No Records See that hungry looking Senior dragging the poor Fresh by the coat collar? That is just an S. A. E.. with a prospective pledge. Jack Thompson hangs his hat here also, but then to err is human. The youth flailing his arms is Woody who is directing a cheer. The words are like this: Paddy cake, paddy cake, jeweler man, Make us more pins as fast as you can, Mould them and stamp them with S. A. E. For we bid fourty Fresh, so don't you see? 1511i Gamma Evita MEANING . . . Promiscuous Zythum Prowlers MEMBERSHIP . . Picking Up F OUNDED .... A. D. The gentlemen wearing Ps are P. G. D. men. In fact that is one of the qualifications. Ever play crockinole or tiddly winks? Good, come out for the varsity and we'll pledge you. Even Jimmy and Andy don't quail when you ac- cuse them of belonging to the bunch. Little Jack Stude, sat by his food, Eating of varsity pie He said me Oh me, I've now got my P And what a big Phi Gam, am I. illelta Eau Brita MEANING. . . . . Decoy the Decrepit MEMBERSHIP . . Without FOUNDED ....... F. O. B. See the cracker box orator over there? Watch that guy, Officer. I think he is after some class presidency. We don't care if we don't have the best athletics, we have the best politicians. So there. Buttons, page McLeod who will be glad to lead you in anything from a short Grace to a Prom. Ah, how well do I recall, t'was a day in yester fall When the 'North wind warns our B. V. D.'s to store, Then methinks I heard a tapping, maybe but a rapping, Rapping on some Freshman door. When he looked into the gloom, it was there he met his doom And the D. T. quoted "Evermore." H m1wm,l. n.-W. -. H, .- . .....--aluv4Y.-, ,U-AI-og: .. .-f, ... nmmwwow 94.-ffmew.ve,mnlv nrlmn.mL.u.lu.m-..x.....' :L x L. wr. mnunnluwmz -4mzmw.n:a4nn1nmnnv11f:1n1u-n.nmnu:-aum.nucn:n:zm.a.n u.mc. . 20 Bowling Alleys :: I0 Pocket Billiard Tables Double Lodge Rooms Fourth Floor ONE OF PlTTSBURGH'S HIGH CLASS PROPOSITIONS STRAND BUILDING FORBES AND ATWOOD STREETS - OAKLAND JOSEPH H. KENNY, Prop. MR. PAUL BURGOON. Mgr. Joseph H. Kenny Billiard Farlors Oakland's Finest Forbes and Boquet Streets Mr. Chas. I-I. Black, Mgr. A. E. Masten 8: Co. BROKERS 323 Fourth Avenue if mfalwl-f4.w 5 T: S421 fflf 9.7 E Members New York, Boston, Chicago and Pittsburgh Stock 5 Exchanges and Chicago Board of Trade. i E zmuumman w.:r.nn:rn-z - .1-4141.211-1i.una.s :L-:Inn-n,cAax-n.nngmxeJL-rzinsgnatsf..-V f-nm1-w,uw1t- ,v:g..x.s1 1. E . .m...rr.e-- ----P A- '-1 "1wAfvwf"' N41 -I ' " Gbmega Alpha iii MEANING . . Set 'Em Up In The Other Alley MEMBERSHIP . A La American Reduction FOUNDED .... Almost We never pick on cripples. or infants, therefore we haven't a thing to say about these embryos. When Cllson and Grubbs get to slinging props watch your crutches. We have no fear, We have no gents, We have no brains, We have no sense. lint iIDn1ega1 MEANING . . . . Nothing In Particular MEMBERSHIP . We take the other half FOUNDED ...... Every now and then Oh rapture, oh grace, oh piffle-there's F. DeHart pulling one of her interpre- tative dances. On the right Jock Bain Sutherland of sundry fames bows. The three lads have just been released from jail, for arson during the wintry months. We are not much on brains And we stay out when it rains, But you mustn't judge by quality alone. With a nice new Burroughs droll We can call the chapter roll, With a new man every minute on the throne. Sigma iipzilnn MEANING . . ..... Some Engineers MEMBERSHIP Almost Anyone FOUNDED ........ For Safety This is the mob that runs for office and elects some one else. When speaking to an S. E. be sure to agree wlth him on any points, or he'll call his game. just to mention names it may be said that Lynch hangs around with this crew. Oh we've got a lot of pep And you'd better watch your step When hanging round an engineer. For we're rough as we know how. And we get our beer from cow, And even canned milk we don't fear. upvmlmiwnxvsrlwmunmwsv-:. 'wx -zmnfnnunpulnomll' ...... -.y.. rf... GEO H CHERRINGTON ROBERT WRAY GLENN A. THOMPSON P d V e-President S d T Brown 81 Zortman Machinery Co MA CHINER Y Our Engineering Department is at the service of our customers at all times. We represent Leading Manufacturers of Metal Working and Woodworking Machinery and are in a position to equip shops complete ready for operation. Hydraulic Equipment will be furnished to your specifications. We carry in stock for immediate delivery Lumen Bronze Bearings, cast in the rough, solid or cored, which are Finished machined to your requirements. We carry a complete stock, for immediate shipment, of Welding iRods, Babbitt-all grades-and Lumen Lesyol. Jlfachine Shop Equipment is our Specialty 2535 LIBERTY AVE. :-: -: PITTSBURGH PA Phones Bell Grant 2023-24 P- 61 A--Mam I I43 u.n.u1uqulvvwvuuraa,nn.uuagpuna.mnm... vw- .-.,. . u.on.m-f.a.e.vu-a N. 1 : .X 1-fs-.-mrvq-.axwrfwaurauar-v"v'wl-sf ,mmf -,pggqwnq-Irv!-nw-an vmunnmwug ,gp ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,g...,,,., I,4.4,,,.W1Iw-w.1unf-an-vi-A-In I .M .Q 1 .-mm w w A-wfnwq-m 1 1'-wwmwmw-ww auquwhr ma www. 4a..v.m4-M1--nm-sw-m.:-. . , Evita Zrta MEANING . . CIt's Greek to usb MEMBERSHIP . Why Boast? FOUNDED . . . . By Sapho Do you observe that intellectual group of young ladies before the camera now? That is the anarchistic organization of Pitt. The big plan is to show up the profs and those secure fame and low marks. When Helen Howard, Mary Sanner and associates, pour, you should not ask for cream-it isn't being done this year. ' We are not strong for dancing g For the giddy, gabby prancing, And for fussing we are much too bright. But it seems that girls' looks Are prized more highly than are books, Which doesn't seem to us to be quite right. Epuilnn ilihn Qbmirrnn MEANING . . , Ease right on! MEMBERSHIP . Quite Inclusive FOUNDED ........ In retaliation Some day the young frails at Pitt will look at a daguerreotype of Irene Car- rison or Janet McDonald on the wall and exclaim, "Weren't we lucky at that?" Even so, the girls are some little prospectives. Peg and Irene sweetly trill, Janet debates, and is never still. The others look on in mild amaze, And so fly by the happy days. iiappa Elini MEANING . . . . Krooked Pharmacists MEMBERSHIP Catch-as-catch-can FOUNDED ...... By a soda-shooter This famous sporting club has representatives from all corners of the world, including Braddock. These future prohibition law violators are engaged in learning the rudiments of the pharmaceutical trade, but at present display pro- clivities towards the pasteboard and chips. Shake a dollar, Shake a dime. We will serve you Any time. Ins-9h4uvu.allmwmuw-,uuvdvnn.v.uafmuw-ann:-wm v... , 3 nmfPr..-anllvu':-::a-neu :urn-'Inav-:Qu -'Q Q . ungimxnvnmmmurlmmuumm .lunar N-'mnavmm 1, rmnnznxwun-ruwmumwnnz. :fi'mwy.mt.m.wwmnmalg1Amm:-1xmxummmm CHAS BRUCKMAN President GUST. BRUCKMAN S y dT BELL PHONE, Brady 355 P. E1 A., Chester 68 Bruckman Lumber Company DEAi.ERs IN Au. Knxins OF Building and Hardwood Lumber MILL WORK Yards: VVest Market Street and Preble Avenue OfHce: Preble Avenue near lsland Avenue N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Alpha Elyria MEANING . . Keep After Them MEMBERSHIP . Some Ship! FOUNDED ....... By Cleopatria The blonde pouring is Louise Borland, without whom our teas would never be a success. The young lady with the parting smile is Alicia, of State Hall fame. When all the Kats are together there is some little party. We always feel superior, just why, we cannot say, Others would shy in very awe, When we pass down the way. Zvta Elan ' Alpha MEANING . . . Zip Them Again MEMBERSHIP After Awhile FOUNDED ........ Never Lost Alpha comes first, not last. Then there is Myra McBride-who will soon drop the Mc, probably. The Zeta Taus hold the marathon dancing record of Oakland. Don't believe the photo-man-they're all fairly good-looking. This college life is awfully dull, The worries and the strife. Dancing gives the only lull. Oh, Sara, what a life! Elvlta 15121121 Eleltn MEANING . . Dear Dreamy Dancers MEMBERSHIP . In round Hgures FOUNDED ...... With preferred stock These are the original domestic sciencers. They have the art of domesti- eating barbarous males in record time. If in need of exercise sign up to carry a tri- delts books home for her. Pinky Vohr, Lulu Glaser, or Wilma Hut will show you the steps. Have you a little fairy in your home? If not, why not? just get the thoughts of Mary in your dome, You're gone, all gone. 1lnlmlIu1'fvl1lanmln1mmmuwwncmw'-www-.rvvan' 1'wl1u.f-wawa I mria'mlnv.lmo'mmmwww zafuazzlfswn-I1a.a-.im - ,ms1Iwvem:m.amnbnmulUe'ms-mvvvuwwmmiwvwm H'L4P'4""'N'Ul"1l'Mll"f-numb-vvviww mamma-m-n-...ws-Q-c-vw - vu:-v--A-.-..aro..-v ummi...-uounw.nnns. -.sea-q:A,,.-whunw-,x-.,ms,-am...w'.:4-:usa THRIPT MEANS SUCCESS START EARLY WITH THE PARK BANK 6106 PENN AVE. - PITTSBURGH, PA. The name of A i Sohmer Company ill ATTT EE upon a Piano is a guarantee of iii T its excellence THE Sohmer Piano has successfully passed the most severe critical test by the highest musical talent in the world. Used and endorsed by such artists as Edvige Lamperti, Luisa Tetrazzini, Alice Neilson, Louise Love, Otto Bendix, Heinrich Bauer, james K. Hackett, Mary Mannering, Oscar Hammerstein. We have sold the Sohmer Piano for an uninterrupted period of thirty-six years, and with confidence can recommend it as the most durable piano made. Sofwmer Uprighls S500 Up Sohmer Qrands 5750 Up Solimer Player Pianos 8850 ?lr?s'2E'?5'i?5'GEAKEN HOFFMANN'S wocig ST. .:aQ1'-lmsgzramngaesgr-+1v: ::i: 1'.::.:.1 Q.-..:..g1. A ----- .-:- . T: , Laine. gg liiilll ' ' wuuwmwum --- -rrur-...mswuiwumz um! iilianthiann MEANING . . . . . Dance and Grow Thinner MEMBERSHIP . Class E. FOUNDED ...... By Little Eva This is where the female species of the Panther domicile. ln Spring they're all fancy-workers, on the eight-hour principle. When music is in the air Betty will furnish the "vamps," while Marie will Hunt up a near mielody. We're a merry little group of D's. We love to gush in springtime. Others may battle for grades: Some will fight for fame. We just fight among ourselves, And go on just the same. lghi meta iii MEANING . . . Puerile But Proud MEMBERSHIP . Without Bias FOUNDED ..... When Under The Influence The worst that can be said of this wierd crew is that Horatio Alger would have had a mess of material here for his lives of grate men. When the quartette with Mawhinney leading gets started it is wise to go into a trance, or the nearest fountain of youth. We never smoke, We never drink, We seldom joke, We seldom think. 3511i Epnilnn 1Bi MEANING . ..... Anything You say MEMBERSHIP . Drag 'em in FOUNDED ....... By accident Benny Levant and his Korean Maid live here-also Herr Bluestone. Out- side of that we have no kick. The Golden Idle has no place in this stable-brass counts. Can't you hear the wailing And the gnashing and the ailing As the boys pay their dues and board? Answer: Every once in a while. .-- 'I A-a M rw lv .Apu-f-ww-t ,B , .-.,U.',. t. it-fx-w -an-4.us.w.-M-mmuuw-mirmfrfarwm-nvvwow -1-.,- --can-Q-avguim -V -,f-vnn.+.u Hniuvraitg nf liittahurgh SAMUEL BLACK McCORMICK, Chancellor -ll The College School of Engineering School of Mines School of Education School of Economics School of Pharmacy Mellon Institute Evening School of Economics, Accounts and Finance Graduate School School of Astronomy University Extension School of Medicine . School of Dentistry School of Law GI The courses in the College are organized according to the group system, which provides broad general culture as well as opportunity For later specialization. GI A Full course for the training of teachers is offered inthe School of Education. Educational theory based on the newest conception of science and professional skill developed by unusual Facilities at the command of' the University serve as the basis of this course. CII The cofoperative plan by which students are given practical work in manufacf turing plants is now in operation in the School of Engineering. NEW BUILDINGS NEW GYMNASIUM and ATHLETIC FIELD For Catalog and information, address S. B. LINHART, Secretary of the University Grant Boulevard I PITTSBURGH, PA. anc1z:mar:.xa.auIs.u.u'm..o.aounmu.4.lwwnsrwnum'nwu 4ie.-w,"..:.4v:w.w- -4 amlmmm vm3umnununmm1mmra ztwwvwnmwwm-.manmmwLm m:sm1rnt'nL ' , 1pm:uznmm:m.w..Auv :ugn1asiz4...,a4.i1-was-am. :. - Sigma Kappa 1Hi MEANING . ..... Sleep Keeps Peace MEMBERSHIP . . Utterly inoffensive FOUNDED .....' . . Under protest Hear those cries for more potatoes? That is Chief Messer telling his crew where to get off. That shadow beside him is Shirk, one of the faithful. If the rest of them would pay their dues the steward could purchase a clean tablecloth, or borrow one of the sheets. We hate the thought of study, V We really abhor books. With our cheeks quite fat and ruddy We ought to shine for looks. Brita Sigma 1Hi MEANING . .... Don't Sigh, Please MEMBERSHIP . Not a Mexican! FOUNDED ...... With good intentions Editors, attention! Another volley of words for the Weekly will now ap- pear. What will happen when George, Willison and Canan leave? Baker and Grotefend will now stage a one-round song and dance, entitled "Midnight Melodies." ' Let's go up to Pete's And get some lovely eats. With joy and fun and lots of mirth I guess l'll take a nickle's worth. Alpha Glhi Sigma MEANING . . All Chemistry Sharks MEMBERSHIP . . Any Nut FOUNDED ...... With malice aforethought Look out, there! The chemistry boys are out for a spree. When lsherwood draws himself to his full height there is going to be a mix-up. This bunch come out of their holes in the spring to look around. They mix the air with water And sulphur, too, methinks. There's one thing they hadn't oughter, And that's to mix their drinks. iansnmsnviv-in:-:-1 --r-wa .fe-.e-hzi .. -5 .gvuuaanr-xf,,..1rg::e:-wuusu.v-,f,, , ,, .ann , , :lm-u-nau,, -., , :lg-Q...-If ,U V Y Y ,fr HARVARD PEERLESS CHAIR Brought to the Dental Profession as the Harvard Company's highest accom- plishment in giving to a 4,f-r"' chair artistic effects, con- venience to operator and comfort to patient. The only chair awarded Gold Medal at the Panama Ex- position, also the chair adopted by the United States and foreign govern- ments. , ee.: Harvard Cabinets are particularly at- tractive to those desiring dental furniture of solid, massive effects, rich design and proportions so perfect that they' shall be beautiful and convenient. Don't fail to see Harvard Goods demon- strated before purchasing, as we can supply you with the most modern and complete line manufactured in the world. . Write for Catalogue THE HARVARD COMPANY CANTON, OHIO Branches: Suite 1100 Marshall-Field Annex, Chicagog 1403 Widener Bldg., Philadelphiag 401 Monolith Bldg., 45 W. 34th St., New York. J. J. Crimmings Co., 136 Boylston St. Boston, Mass. General Sales and Distributing Agency for New England, ' 4 .wfum --1-anno., -, - . ..,,, -va-4... mmuufmwfw- .mm qmww-,I-fm.-awww.:-.::1sUn4:: -3,1''11?4ae-el.-E1-9.-',""ns:-:u:.:.5.::.:-.:mma:-.a.'eef:-:alunun4u-:- Evita Sigma Brita MEANING . . ,... Dents Seek Dollars ' MEMBERSHIP . Bid all-get some FOUNDED ....... "just grew" ls that the Russian army climbing the hill? Oh, no. A few of the brothers are struggling upward. S. I-laudenshield, of Carnegie, is of this illustrious host, also Livermore. cl al. Forty black balls keep a candidate out of this gang. We love to climb our little hill, We love our teachers, too. We even love the Panther now We love ourselves some, too. 151 Dlanihha ljhi MEANING . . ' , . Paul'-Larse'f-Pid"f MEMBERSHIP . All the children FOUNDED ....... ln the Wilderness Hang onto your wallets, boys. Anyway, this tribe has had a few offices, why notl? When Lubic, Lefton and Lovitz leave, sackcloth and ashes will come into sty e. , The muse was working in big hunks Until the writer hit this bunch. A rum-di-doddle dedle da, There's nothing here to say. 9"Ball "'Ball i'Ball. fThree of themb. lilhi mmm cam A MEANING . . . . Pharmacists Dining Club MEMBERSHIP . A . Quantity counts FOUNDED ..... Through a technical error For some reason Dillinger passed this bunch up, perhaps because most of them vate, anything from a quiet little game to a noisy big game can be secured here on short order. Because we live near here we do not mention names. We are learning how to sell Drugs for those who don't feel well. Playing cards and perfumes nice, Alsonuts and things on ice. n ur-Iwwwwniuir v , ff, JAQL-wwz,..:-sm . A. f-...im -0.4m-L. ,J --.',-vv..r, maummoma mf x-:Lum ag FOR THE MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL LA I-HES JOINTERS SAW TABLES DRILLS POWER PLA NERS IIA MMERS FLOOR AND We cordmlly invite your correspondence with the assurance that ' 1 estion of our engineers on any of your ' ' d's osal the ZICTVILC anc sugg ' bl s are entlrely at your 1 p CQUIIJITICIIL IDFO Gm SOMERS, FITLER TODD CO. " Pittsburgh, Pa 329 Water Street :: :z .. INDUSTRIAL JAMES L. STUART Constructing ffngineer CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS, OFFICE BUILDINGS NTS, ETC. PLANTS, POWER PLA 233 Oliver Ave. Bc55kN'3rH?1'E'5 Pittsburgh, Pa. -:ran-:maxaman-nuvau-A-N-A ,.,., nm :runs r , '1 w - A C - Tmmz- 11:11.-,4.,rqg ,-,,.f..,w. -an jnusrvmlwwrarmw-s-1 -1 n.:-wa wvvmzmvfm nn-xwmumnn: sravunvmzlm-naw wvvuvnga-gag-4-:AnwarwfMx:a:JmA:m ::--f2- ' W -'-5:3-:alrzrg-7, ' Sigma Glhi MEANING . .... Some Cut-ups MEMBERSHIP . Si diis placet FOUNDED . . . . . . Extemporaneously Why all the Hurry and bustle? Have to be. Busiest boys on the campus. Oh yes, some of us are rather old, but then we have young ideas. Jerry, the pride of the l9l8 Owl, camps here and actually admits it. Dale will now be only too glad to sing that touching little ditty, "Niggah, roll dem bones." 1511i 1111111 Sigma MEANING . . . . Perfectly Ruinous Society MEMBERSHIP . A few more FOUNDED .I ..... Way back Do you glimpse that nondescript bunch of near medics rolling the bones on the hall stairs? Gus Chartner has that front room from which the sounds of a rehearsed proposal are coming. Oh, yes, it is some crowd-when there is chance to eat. , When the wintry winds are blowing Or the daffodils are growing You can hear the sounds of rolling dice. And you'd think there was killing, With the victims all quite willing, Crying, "Come on, Joe, shoot twice." N11 Sigma Nu MEANING . . . Not So Naughty, MEMBERSHIP . Fair and warmer FOUNDED ....... By jim jam ,Iems This is the crew that has such beneficial initiation. That is the reason they have so many pretty boys. Page Scotty, Doc Moyer and Art Haines also man- age to live together, showing the refining influence of fraternity life. This is a live bunch when it comes to dissecting the dead ones. - We have a pretty name And we all share in the fame Of the one or two live ones we have hooked. When they graduate we must dig For some Nu ones quite as big The others may have overlooked. 1 uvm-zvsues1uerauwwmu1vmmenvvn-mw1nmm:wxnwmuruwnn1vumvwvlmwwm H I I -- .-,eaJnuIn-v-md -.v,1.-4. 1- .u 1. -.:-L-.nv.fn'f'-nf.-v ru' have a really up-to-date Dental Depot. We have all supplies required While in the University, as Well as a complete tine to outHt a mociern cientat office when you graduate. Come in and see us. Mr. Walker, our University representative, will be glad to serve you. DU NHAM-REIFEL COMPANY 6034-42 JENKINS ARCADE BUILDING Grogan Company ,H comprehensive collection of all things usuatty found in our business WOOD ST. 57' 6TH AVE., PITTSBURGH run'-nmqwsa II. wwm ww.onmenuaaxwnma4N.-n .Ie-snnunnovlnwuam snmnnmvn nann-an Highway Cars gAMERICA'S BEST LOOKING CAR 2 Z CKIJINTIDIEIRS NEH- .2 '4?:1:43:f'k :fE1:12Ez: X W x National Pittsburgh Automobile Company 5865 Baum Boulevard , I , 3 I --f A ---v----13,--1--.www sy, I .fu-ff.,-,:4Q,m.,.--fly.,-:nf 1----..- , f-4 gr , . Clear as CRYSTAL From Distilled Water Only Made and Promptly Served by thc Pittsburg Ice Company S. NEGLEY and P. R. R. TELEPHONESI 1005-1006 Hlland East 105 Wilkins 1909 FACTORIES: Roup, East Liberty and Wilklnsburg A 5-minutes' military step from your school to one of the best Haberdashery Stores in Pittsburgh THE OAKLAND MEN'S WEAR STORE 3614 FORBES AVENUE C. A. HEIMERT IROQUOIS BLOCK Full Dress Suits For Hire O the firms that have advertised so generously in this book we f I desire to express our un elgned gratitude. The kind regard for the University.. as well as the honest confidence in the integrity of the Class of 1918 which are illustrated by this generosity. are the cheerful spots in a cheerless task 1 a o , ,:1naa.wru'.nwv.n1 ...... -.. --.-- - . -- . -. .4 --.ws . Glass Mirrors W Paints vanishes W Brushes PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS co. lOl WOOD STREET PITTSBURGH, PA Garford JVIotor Trucks u411 Capacities COMPLIMENTS OF A T F R I E N D Mueller Brothe1lS- 5101 Baum Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pa. .u......, -., '---rippin' lce Cream" ,H Co-ed,s description of IECKU' 'Iho Creanmof.Al1 Ice Creams. A Rieck dealer can be found in almost every city block Say, Fellows! l-lere's a Real Tip l IL Do you want to win 'Che lady's graces "P Cf Girls are very fond of flowers, you know, and one of the shortest paths to their hearts would be in sending flowers. A box of flowers now and then or a dainty corsage bouquet will please her immensely--TRY IT. R A N D O l.. P H A N D lVlcCI..ElVlE.NTS Floral Experts 5936 Penn Ave. Phone Hiland 25 Good enough for the PITT FOOTBALL TEAM Hence good enough for anybody MCJUNKIN MILK C lean-Pure-Safe-Healthful "The BEST Milk is just good enough" MCJUNKIN-STRAlGHT DAIRY CO. 30th at LIBERTY PITTSBURGH :v:'...' "fp .:..,1 ' ' ::.'1' an-"'-...x' -4t:z:'.a.a" .'u...u:snL.z:..1-a-.z,.' .wanna r.-.1u un 'x .:.r..,:-1 ' f ...ra fp, L um 'cn-.L. r.:':.v:v -. Bell Phone I I74 Schenley - 1 supply all Meals for 79ilt's Training Table Louis Goehring CHOICE MEATS POULTRY AND CANNED GOODS Money in bank is character The man with a Bank Account is seldom out of work. Thrift makes good workmanship. The saving man is judged reliable and promoted. The Oakland Savings and Trust Company VANADIUM BUILDING I Capital .... S 200,000.00 Surplus and Profits 200.00000 Deposits over . . 3,000,000.00 38I0 Forbes Street Pittsburgh, Pa. OAKLAND MARKET Meat, Butter, Oleo, Eggs, Coffees and Groceries "The Sanilaly Sloren ' 37 I 4 FORBES STREET We Deliver Q Fm Q PHONES: BELL 710 SCI-IENLEY P. 8: A. 285 PARK f"f!1"?1:x:r.::'Y' "I-1rHmr 'zrwfrarrlevm "m:.zt:.Inxz:-muxuimn ' ,, 1. - . v:'1:.-rn .z: Lu.: cclw-J:auz.nw, ixm.11'.r :1:-. -4' -'I a I r.!7' u:u1.-.uA,mm.m.f: .r:::.:...iz Pierpont, Siviter8cCo. ENGRAVING, PRINTING STEEL DIE EMBOSSING All classes of Art Printing for Social and Commercial Purposes INVITATIONS DANCE PROGRAMS CALLING CARDS MENU CARDS I I9 Shady Avenue Where Good Fellows Meet Where Pleasant Moments Fleet TI-IE PENN POOL ROOM 6l03 Penn Avenue J . :QM Q I rl I l X glsq 0.5 POOL-BILLIARDS J. OLIVER Uhr Emi ignpnlar anh the 1Hnpular E251 illlunir RIEHL 3Hnr all lbrrazinwa PHONES SCI-IENLEY 387 4515 FILMORE STREET PARK 1671-R E. E. PITTSBURGH, PA. wa-u..nno .f...un,4u -4.-aaurrmnnnmwusunr wmmmwwa'mvrm1-:uzw1nmmvmm4:mr.nmmnx1:g 1'r:rrm'r:i:. .:: fg:......" :: ,Juuum.L1g:.".: ina.:- .f.. -4, 'vanessa ' n 0 9 Physicians' Supplies Physlclgns Uffice Equipment A MOST COMPLETE LINE of GROUP I-Instrument Cabinet, PHARMACEUTICAL Operating Table, Instrument SUPPLIES Stand,.StooI, Wash Stand and PHYSICIANS' BAGS and Imgatlon Stand complete ..... 5865.00 SURGICAL DRESSINGS, ETC. I . Charles Babst Company 207 Seventh Street Pittsburgh, Pa. GROUP 2-Same as group I, with addition of Combination Sterilizer ..... S I 00.00 TWO OTHER GROUPS- at ..... S585 and fBl35 Feick Bros. Company 809 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. THE ONE BIG THING WE HAVE TO SELL HERE IS SERVICE Il Dental Supplies are dental supplies---here or in any other reputable depot. fs The difference is in the way they're sold. fs You don't have to Wait here---for ours is a big stock. Q Our sales force is intelligent---you aren't obliged to draw a map of your requirements. Q Messengers and mail service are speedy. ll And we have the desire to serve. Q IVIay we show you what we mean? LEE S. SMITH 61 SCN CO. KEENAN BLDG. Denial Supplies PITTSBURGH, PA. -mu 'v..1':. A-Q 11, -'14l'rr:-n:.eu'nr:.w"x.'rv-f'.v'1'1 w 'ri sum-M. .z .14 , .I . r--.. I q,gm .m1r1':' v:z7.i'-..".v::v 4 -:nv - ' -1-- -I-'nmmmfmw'f1unnQur--wir-11 THE ZEMMER COMPANY Chemists to the Medical Profession FORBES FIELD, PITTSBURGH, PA. ASK Youa DEALER FOR The PROGRESS SHIRT MADE BY RAUH BROS. Er CO. PITTSBURGH, PA. The reputation of Spalf qv-'DWG G f ait ding's Athletic Goods For Quality has been acquired only by manufacturing with the utmost care and giving to the public Athletic Goods of the very best grade that can be produced. CATALOGUE on Rsoussr A. G. SPALDING E-f BROS. eta WOOD STREET .. PITTSBURGH, PA. ,X an s v Q ' u.. ,t-A1201 . l867 HEEREN-QUALITY AND SERVICE l9l7 HEEREN BROS. 6' CO. JEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS IMPORTERS PRECIOUS STONES. SILVERWARE JEWELRY. OPTICAL GOODS We specialize in Class and Fraternity Jewelry PENN AVE. and EIGHTH ST. PITTSBURGH, PA. l'i4i Wvlfe 3352122 ..:- EQ,l.fiQ5TE,: . . . ":' NIN CO. -- AL-I-MAN GOLD G' REF! G Ea ts MANUFACTURERS OF '----- f ., . GOLDS, SOLDERS AND AMALGAMS H13 BUYERS OF .,.. Own SCRAP GOLD, s1LvER AND PLATINUMS I, -,.-. ' 631 Penn Avenue : : Pittsburgh, Pa. SEE WOLFE S Ea On the Campus In the Pharmacy College OAKLAND AVENUE RESTAURANT I23 OAKLAND AVENUE "Home Cooking" "Pies Like Mother Makes" SCHENLEY 9062 Bell Phones 578-9169 Schenley W. J. MOORE, President P. G- A. Phone l092fR OAKLAND EXPRESS G- TRANSFER CO. Incorporated Moving and Storage Trunk and Baggage Delivery 229 ATWOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. -New T v. swwmnunnvnlmvzlmmu. . By Intensive Teaching Our Students Progress Rapidly DUFF'S WAY the QUICK WAY TO BUSINESS. Our employment ser- vice cannot fill one- Hfth of positions of- fered it. "Sendfo1' the proof" DUF F 'S COLLEGE PENN and STANWIX AVE. C. IVI. STAUFT 3702 FORBES ST.. OAKLAND Stationer and Newsdealer U. of P. Seal Stationery Moore Non-Leakable Fountain Pens and Student Supplies TERHE YDEN CO DIAMONDS ASBESTOS is '1 mineml 1 rocl from whieh IS m 1llLlf'1CtL1lCCl Shmgles Rooyings Brake Lmmqs Packmgs I nsulatzons Cemmzfs Tapes Clothes Yarns and Eleczfrzcal Devices WHEN YOU THINK OF ASBESTOS YOU THINK OF W ohns Manville Compan PITTSBURGH PA I Y -I an 1 uv all nv - . u L ' c "'c X' . . N 1 f . S 1 C k K . , T , . 1 , . JOHNS- MANVIUK SIRVICI. VERS ' THICONTIN """' vumw7a .aiwma mxi. :zmmm' - f'4----f---f-'--i--"-- ,-..-- .W . CUSTOM SHIRTS TAILORED WAISTS THE HARVARD CUSTOM SHIRT CQ, INCORPORATED 204,205 EAST END TRUST BUILDING PITTSBURGH 52,50 to 512.00 PHONE HILAND 2I97 Good Clothes C heaper Suits and Overcoats From Hart, Schaflfner and Marx, Kuppenheimer, Fashion Park, Adler and other good makers. Stetson Hats Manhattan Shirts Superior Underwear Everwear Hose Strassburger E-r Joseph Clothiars, Tailors, Halters, Furnishers 504606 Federal St., N. S. Pittsburgh A Trial oF Our New Process of Making Your Old Suits Look Like New Will convince you that WERNER Cleaning and Pressing is the best in the City. REDUCED PRICES SAME CARE DRY CLEANING SAME SERVICE ALWAYS Pittsburgh's Oldest and Largest Dyeing and Cleaning Works. Oswald Werner G- Sons Co Works and Main Office: Bryant and Sl. Clair Sts. East End Office: Baum and S. Highland City Office: 63l Penn Ave. Telephone Hiland 6400 Dress Suit Rental Co. FOR RENT FULL DRESS PRINCE ALBERT CUTAWAY SUITS WHITE VESTS SILK HATS STRIPED WORSTED TROUSERS HIGH CLASS SUITS LATEST STYLES radualion Caps and Gowns 406 Pittsburgh Life Building Bell Pho l254 Grant :-: z-1 Pittsbu gh P , I Qi...- ne r , A Tlvftni. 1' '-' yn- I-. m 1' fu.: f.f1zwa':1.r:'..::.-4... mar". 1,...nif..:: a. Tr.- ., :Jura c:'-r.:.::- 1.1 :.:'.:..1nr: -.,gp,.n- -.:-..:a i' '-'N' "Lx:-':t':..-, than r- W' -' "Horne Excluson Suits and Topcoats FB I 7.50 Have the approval of college men of good dress joseph Horne Co. The ,Best Tlace To Shop, ,fqjler ,fill The McFarland Company THE best place to buy Table Linens, Towels, Lace Curtins, Draperies, Millinery, Dress Goods, Silks, I-Iosiery,Gloves, etc. A Inaays the Best at the Lowest Prices 6015 Penn Ave., East End C. Reizenstein Sons Importers Porcelaine Crystal Electroliers Sheffield Silver 7l I Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. lVliller's Restaurant and i Cafeteria HHH ,Hvenue ,fqrcade fsubwayy The largest and most complete in America 'nsrlammmhna mwasun. - iz-rm uwnmvunuun sum, . vlrlr.n.t:m.afr.smn:m5ngs.qzaas!1blav-1.vmn.1n nm m1sam..z:..,+xumkmm vaz'sn'lm.m::1n sauna-zrt. .v:n4,ru.v1.a :m'::' 1scau4LfxiLu-:n.Enmmn1u1vmmn Mw For Any Kind of Insurance See Hurst, qflnthony Incorporated COMMONWEALTH BUILDING COURT 2140 just Right Cleaning CR, Tailoring Co. EXPERT CLEANERS ' AND DYERS Pressing and Altering Monthly Contracts for Pressing Gentlemen's Clothes Special Attention to all Fraternity Work Near the Fraternity 4701 Centre Ave. i JAMIESON Photographer 242 SOUTH HIGHLAND QAVENUE PHONE 1994 HILAND Students Given Special Attention Student Needs Promptly Filled Note Books Files Stationery Fountain Pens General Supplies William G. Johnston Co. 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