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'-9-Kayla: 1' .,1:fF. lf 3755 - il ' A AT Y 1'r'f-My 'K 'R' --iff-'if-:lf-' 'lgxvyb GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP AN INVISIBLE REALITY, an ideal of human welfare, which we can not analyze or understand, touches the common life at the University. It says: You are not enough. Be great of mul. Feel, think, live intenxely the present moment. In simplicity and sincerity be yeurrelf. That is good. With pleasure we dedicate The Owl of 1933 to the man whose personality is the source of much of that spirit, George Hubbard Clapp. Mr. Clapp is descended from Roger Clapp, who arrived at Nantucket in 1630. His mother, Delia Deming Hubbard, was descended from George Hubbard, who came to Massachusetts in 1635. He was graduated from the University of Pitts- burgh in 1877g worked for two years in the Penn Cotton Mill, then in the Black Diamond Steel Works. With the late Alfred E. Hunt he organized the firm of Hunt and Clapp, Chemists, which later became the Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory. These two men engaged themselves, in 1888, in the problem of manufacturing aluminum. In this connection they organized the Pittsburgh Reduction Company, which later became the Aluminum Company of America. In addition to a busy life as chemical engineer, Mr. Clapp developed two hobbies: first, he made himself the "leading amateur conchologist" of the United States, second, he collected United States pennies. He is an authority on the coins of the country. A book entitled "The Pennies of 1798," written by himself, grew out of this interest. For thirty-one years Mr. Clapp has been a trustee of the University, for twenty- six years president of the board of trustees. He has worked unsparingly and has given money liberally, but his great gift to the University is the simplicity and the nobility of his way of life. He has lived the ideal of human welfare which pervades the very walls of the University. DI CAI IGN The 1933 Owl has attempted to put between the covers of a book the spirit of a year spent at the University of Pittsburgh. If we of The Owl have succeeded in catching this spirit and pre- serving its pleasant memo- ries, then we feel that we have accomplished our aim and purpose in creating a Q 0 year book. Q Q 1 fl," A . ,.,-. . ,.'. . W ,. , ,.,,,.c,N,.:,.. lei-"ff 'f' ..4f-mv' rf f 1 My 'L f., - 1 1 , . - 3. ... 1 Nc. n 4: -'R I x N .-, f :Q WI. g-I .. ,pf 9 Sv FCS i ng., ff' 9-If I f-Q.. v- T if-'51 -Lv :Tvs I, , I -si' - , ', . silt I 2' . ifsf ,152 gf. h ggi -9 ,lm Q ., .55 v, Q 'Lg W QQ Si ri., fi g I f' ,-aj .f ix lf- A I Q' .. Q-N P n,-"Q Q?-1 ,I 2 -- 'WE xi 5553 Q V '1 1 . vi V, 1.9 'jg 3 'Z 4 V1 V. -Ks F: . ,I,. gm- N.: ' '-is P-2 'Q F- ' ef- '? ': 'S Q ,- vw u.. Y.. arg :L n N' rg, 1, 'U "ff P- f'. 1-ar: ' .X ni T JJ. F: , 'UQ N3 ' I .s. -f:. 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His Doctor of Law degree was conferred upon him by the University of Mississippi in 1914, and his Doctor of Literature degree by Oglethorpe University in 1924. He was director of the American College of Surgeons and president of the State University of Iowa for several years. He is now a trustee of the National Board of Medical examiners and consultant on hospitals for the United States Treasury Department. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternityg Sigma Chi, national social fraternityg and the Phi Delta Kappa and Delta Mu Delta fraternities. 12 .1TTM.,TTTT.TRV..TTT1.TRT.,TTTV..RTA-T1nmTI..1TT...TRmTTmyRInTTimA-In1T---A--.M--AIIIM ITRmyTTI..RmiTTnmmy11T..1mum.-vw.-A--.A T.UTTinTTmvTTmvTTR.1TTI..T1TInTA..TTimTA-ITTmyTA..TTI..TTT.HTTT...TTTTA-1TTT--I11inTTT--TTT..TTH.TTi..TT...TTT...TTmiTTA.111myTImTTT...TTnmA...1RmTmyTT...TTT...TTlmm...ml..ww...i UNlvERslTY OF PITTSBUR Board of Trustees OFFICERS GIEORGIE :HUBBARD CLARP ....................................... ............................... P resident SAMUEL ALFRIED TAYLOR .......... CHARLES WESLEY RIDINGER ..... SAMUEL BLACK LINTIART ...... First Vice-Pwsiricnt Second Vice-Prvsiflvnt Secretary CLIFFORD BEST FERGUS .................................................................. ....... T rvasm'cr PA'1"1'lf2RSON, CRAWFORD, IXRENSBERG, and DUNN ....... ..... S olicitors MEMBERS The Governor Of the Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania ' The Mayor of the City Of Pittsburgh The Chancellor Of the University CLASS I-Terms Expire June, 1934 BENJAMIN TIYIAW JOSEPH CLIFTON TREES EDWARD VOSE BABCOCK RICHARD BEATTY MELLON CHARLES VVESLEY RIDINGER LEON FALK, JR. ARTHUR LUTHER HZUMPITREY ARTIIUR BRAUN VVILLIAM VVATSON SMITH EDVVARD RAY VVEIDLEIN CLASS I1-Terms Expire June, 1935 "WILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP HOWARD HEINZ SAMUEL ALERED TAYLOR HENRY CLAY MCELDOWNliY CLASS III-Ter ANDREW WILLIAM MIil.I.ON JAMES HliN1iY LOCRIIART TVVILLIAM LEWIS CLAUSE BENJAMIN GILBERT FOLLANSB OGDEN MA'1'I'IIAS EDWARDS, JR. "FDiecl Dec. 13, 1932. TDied Oct. 7, 1931. ALAN MAGICIE SOAIIPE VVILLIAM PENN SNYDER, JR. HOMIER DAVID VVILLIAMS GIEEORD PINCTIOT :HOWARD IRISH ms Expire June, 1933 EE JOHN ITIANCOCK NIC'lIOLSON LOUIS IQMANUEI. 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Medical fldmser 10 1170111011 H. CI.1IfIfoRI1 CARI.sr11v, MJD. 7 I Dirertor of 5111110111 110111111 Serzufe WILLIAM M0RR1:I.L, 15.13. U11111ers11y I:111t0r GIQORGIQ S'I'AN1.I':v RUI11' U111z1ers11y A11c1i1or W11.I.IAM IJoN HARRISON, A.B., A,M. Dirc1'10r of fl1111e111's DEA N S AND DIRECTORS LEICQPAUI. S11c1:, BS., M.S., Pl1.D. 1761112 0f 1116 College 111111 nf 1111? G1'lld11ll1L' .S'1'11001 111111 .f1C1l'1lfj 1.701111 of 1110 5111001 of lid11c1111o11 ELMER AI.I.11N HoI.I1RooR, E.M. Dean of the 5611001 of li11gi11ceri11g 111111 0f 1111' .S'1'l1001 of 11417188 A110111-1 H. ARMI1RUs'I'IcR, M.B.A. . . 1416117111 11611111 of 11111 Sclzool of l?11.v111e.v.v f1l1l1ll111.X'11'1111011 RAIJLIGH RussIcI.I. I-lUG1:INs, MD. 1181111 of 1111? ,S111001 of 1140111111111 AI.I5xANI11zR KIARSIIALI. '1'l'IOMI'SON, A.l3., l.1..1i., LLM. 1901111 01 11111 5111001 of Law C. LEONARD O'C!DNNICI.I,, I'ha1'.D. Dean 0f 11Ie 5611001 of I'1111r111111'y 1'1ARIiY EIIMLINI1 I"RIIcs1cI.I., D,I,J.S., BS., I.I..lJ,, F.A.C.D,, Sc.1 1101111101 1111? .S'r11001 01 De1111.v1ry FRANK C. j11RI1AN, Sc.C. Direrlor 0f 11111 .f'1111'111I1111y O11.v1'1'111110r31 EIJWARI1 RAY XV1aII1I.IcIN, AH., A.M., SCD., LLQD. Dircrlor 0f 11111 111011011 l11.I'1it111e 0f l111111.v1r1111 lx'c.v1111rr11 FRANK WII.1.1AM SI-IocRI.IcY, A.B. Direcfor of 11112 U111z11'r.v11y 1i.I'1e1I.vi011 171111.11011 111111 of 1110 VINCI-3N'I' WIcsI,Icv LANIfIcAR, A.B., AM., T'h.ID. Direclor of 1110 IJO'ZUl'110'ZU1'l 171111.11011 DAVII1 RANKIN CRAIG, AB., Ph.lJ. llirerlor of 1110 Rc.ve11rr11 l1'111'1'1111 for 161111111 T1'lI1111lIg RAI.1'I1 JAMI-ps WA'rRINs, Ali., B.l3.A., M.S., 1'h.1J. Dirertor of 11111 1111761111 of l1'11.v111e.vs lfc.1c11rc11 jc-:IIN DAMI1Ac1-1, A.B., A.M. 'Direrlor of the l1!?f7fI1'11l1l?I11 of I'11y.vic111 1111116011011 EDWARD J. C11I,I.I1:N, Lieutenan1-Colonel, C.A.C., U.S. Army Dirarlor of Mililary .S'1'1e11re 111111 7'11c11cs 14 S11111111er ,S'es.f1011 1.11" .Im . 11.11.11 II. U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H nmInmim.InmmmIimmmnmmmIimmmImuInmmmlimImiIlimImiImnII-mmmiiiiiiiiiwi InmII-inImnIlim,minmmlm.-iwiim-iw .1ImnI...RumIlimmmnmiiimnmmmmmmnimmiiIIin-Iin--Immmumm-mIlimlimlimiuiiiimImm...RIlimmmim.I,miim.Ilimii...InmmnII...ui...uiimimmi.---willm.....ii Heads of Departments IQOBIERT M. BLACK ...... ............................................................................ W. H. CIIILD .................... ...... FREDERICK M. CLAPI' jo1IN A. DENI' ............... H. E. DYCTIIC ..... S. P. FRANKLIN ...... M. R. GABBICRT .... .. S. L. GOODA LE ............. MANUIEI. C. ELMER ....... ELMICR D. CQIRAPIER ....... JOIIN W. ZHALLOCK ....... ,R0l3I'IR'IT T. HANCI2 ...... CoI'r R. I'1OIECIlST ..... PERCIVAI. HUNT .... HENRY LEIGlIiroN ..... D. D. LIESSENISICRRY ...... Mines Head Curator of Mellon Institute Fine Arts Mechanical lingineering Iflectrical Engineering Religious liducation Philosophy Metallurgy . .................. Sociology Political Science Industrial llngineering Adult Immigration Education Geology Commercial liducation VVIILLTAM S. MAULSBY ...... .............................. j ournalism joIIN W. OLIVER .... ............................... 1 'listory J. F. L. IRASCTTIQN ............ ................................................ M odern Languages QUINCY A. ROITRBACII ...... ..... H istory and Principles of Education WILLIAM T. Rom' ..... ....... ....... ....... l C ' syehology EVAN T. SAGE ........................ ............... 1 Latin IXLEXANDIQR SILVIERMAN ..... ...... C hemistry .ARCIITE G. WORTIAIING ...... ,...................................... I 'hysics GERALD A. YOAKAM ....... 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U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H The Cath of Hippocrates SNVEAR by Apollo, the physician, by Aesculapius, by llygeia, Panacea, and all the gods and goddesses, that, according to my ability and judg- ment, I will keep this oath and stipulation: to reckon him who taught me this art equally dear to me with my parents, to share my substance with him, and relieve his necessities, if required: to look upon his offspring on the same footing with my brothers and to teach them this art, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation, and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction, l will impart a knowledge of this art to my own sons, to those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law ot' medicine, but to no others. I XVill follow that system of regime which, according to my ability and judgment, 1 consider for the benefit of my patients, and abstain from what- ever is deleterious and mischievous. ,I will give no deadly medicine to any one if asked, nor suggest any such counsel, and in like manner, I will not give to a woman an instrument to produce abortion. NVith purity and with holiness ll will pass my life and practice my art. I Wfill not cut persons sullering from the stone, but will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this work. lnto whatever houses I entcr, I will go into them for the benelit of the sick, and will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption, and, further, from the seduc- tion of females or males, of freemen and slaves. lvhatever, in connection with my professional practice or not in connection with it, I see or hear in the life of men, which ought not to be spoken abroad, I will not divulgeg as reckoning that all such things should be kept secret. VVhile I continue to keep this oath unviolated, may it be granted me to enjoy life and the practice of the art, respected by all men, in all times! llut should I trespass and violate this oath, may the reverse be my lot! 2l "ti M E D I C A L S C H O O L iF: ll IlU llUl 'lNllIllgl::m.Im 'Ii i 1 ll l 1,li2slasl:g1::eeesllll l IlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll if Iwwx' I i T. .+ + + ll i ll lla M lwli 5 1 a ll ll 'flllll'l'll-iiiili qi lQAl.liIGlI Russi-11.1, HUc:o1Ns Dean of the Svlwol of Ilfcriicim' The Time For Courage l'l'l'l. the advent of man came the spirit of medicine. Nurtured through early Iigyptian days it came into a more dignified existence when Hip- poerates gave to it certain prescribed rules that have never been im- proved upon. A code of ethics and standards have made a profession, which, with all its shortcomings and failures, is the most outstanding and most altruistic of all professions dealing with the physical handicaps of man and his social environment. This ascent has been made through long painful effort, and, so far as can be determined, the advancement of the physician has kept pace with civilization. Then came so-called period of capitalism and with it the growth in engineering which has amazed the world, but with its solution of mechanical problems this profession has temporarily brought starvation to the homes of millions. ln vain do we look to these so-called leaders for help in an emergency the like of which the world has never seen. We are now in the midst of much commotion in respect to the relationship Of the physician to the Community. Much of the criticism and many of the remedies are suggested by people who have never been familiar with the real problems of sickness. There has been an insidious and determined effort on the part of other groups, many of whom have failed in their own line of endeavor, to put the medical profession off the "gold standard". This effort had its origin in so-called "health insurance" about fifty years ago. We should be thankful that in America there is a medical profession keenly appreciative of- what it has 22 im,i.im...riiii..iim,i.uiilimimri.mimiilimit.,iiui.i.mi.im.iniiiniimiii...ii...Immi....i....ii..o...ii.. limyilimiin-i.mr.mli...imi.iii..ii....i...iiii.wi-it limiimilimnmiim-im-ii...i.mllimlimi...1ii...m...iii.iiiooiiiiiiiimirl it-iii.-trim.. ...iii..o..iii. ....i....ii...ii. ii...ii...o..i ,.wi...ii...1i U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H cost to reach the present objective, alive to our own shortcomings and alert to a solution which will be safe for the public and just to ourselves. We should not get excited about the remedies suggested by people who have already run amuck in their own line of business. The active discussion, so much of it confusing, which appears in literature today, both in lay and medical journals, must necessarily have a disturbing and conflicting influence upon the minds of young men and women about to enter the practice of medicine. The subject of charity has grown increasingly difficult because of a greater appreciation on the part of the community that poverty is a condition which should not be permitted to exist. This development indicates the presence of a better religion and in centuries to come there is little doubt that our ideals will be realized. One of the great difficulties in the present era is that we are inclined to make haste faster than our financial condition will permit. .-'Xll these complex problems might be settled over night if we had the money to meet the many issues. It does not appear, however, that this is the plan of the Creator. It seems necessary that we earn our way and it is apparently in the scheme of life that all advancement is earned only at the expense of toil and suffering. There is one great trouble in dealing with this subject and that is in the lack of knowledge as to what the causes are and how to deal with them. There is an increasing number of people who are interested in the welfare of humanity, some of whom contribute money, others time and effort, and, unfortunately, another group who feel that if they can enlist the free services of others that their own responsibility has been discharged. ln this confusion we should remember that for all time the members of our profession have given freely of their strength to those in physical and mental distress when necessary, without thought of reward. The great question to decide is what is charity and when and how it should be applied. Poverty may be due to misfortune, injustice, or to a hereditary lack of effort and its treatment must eventually be based upon the cause, but in the meantime the honest and right-minded physician will con- tinue to contribute his service as in the past, and it is to be hoped that the other members of society may catch the inspiration of his example and honestly give of themselves, either in a financial way or through service on a plane equal to that of the physician. So far as the doctor is concerned, it is doubtful whether he would be happy if his opportunity to serve humanity as he chose were taken away. There is much excitement about changing methods of practice, state medicine, so-called, and recently group practice, as recommended by the Com- mittee on the Cost of Meclical Care, which are causing wide discussion among the profession. Any kind of practice which interferes with the growth and development of the individual in medicine will fail, because it is based upon a false doctrine. Surely we should have the intelligence to profit from the ex- perience of foreign countries. If we do not, then there will be a period of retrogression in medicine in this country as it has actually occurred in Germany, the country in which it originated. In the end we will rise above it and advance wiser for the experiment. If every young man in medicine could be prevailed upon to hold himself free and unhampered by any form of contract which might interfere with his chosen line of growth, great will be his satisfaction and pleasure in the Held of medicine. lf he builds on the right foundation his life will not differ from the lives of physicians in the past, except that with improved methods in diagnosis and treatment he may have greater reward in the satis- faction that comes with better service. If making money is his chief aim, he should enter another field. Zig .Hmf7":"" willummim..wiiiiu.ii.-mmmmiii...mill.milumm..iw..im.i.milimimimm.mimmwillwillnmnmmimimiwilnmmmmmiiiiimmmmm.imnmm.miwillmuiwi.iwimmmnmmumiumim.immmmmnmu.miini.-.m.m....umummuimmmimiimmmmmnmmnmmiiiwiw--mm l, llll' liilllil ll illll ll ll il Hill i lil all ll V i il l ill l Wlmili ' " ll: ill! X ii 1 ' ll' ll il ,NN . , N Y , l Ml lx N W """""""""' l "li ll W. -i I ni M E D I c A L s c H o O L l'lwlliQlilM..i il ..l. ip iilimii "lll"lli,l'i'll'3l! N '1, W- i i. ii' iiiiiimmmmiiiiimimmiimiiminnmi.miimimiinmmmmmmm1mimimiiiiwill.iiimiimiimiiiiimilmmiii-my-my-iiwiiii 4.mimuimuiummi.mmiiniiummuimiimuimiimuiimi,miiummilimilmmnmimmmiimilmilnmimiinminmimilmuiimmnimiinmmmwmv--iw-imiimi Medical School Section Editor - i PAUL M. LEWIS Renewing an old association after a lapse of many years, the Yearbook of the School of Medicine has, in 1933, become an inte- gral part of the University of Pittsburgh Owl. As the record of a single year of Medical School life, the medical section rightly takes its place as an important part of the history of graduate and undergraduate University affairs. If any measure of success has been achieved in compiling these annals, we gratefully acknowledge the help and co-operation of the staff of the 1933 Owl. We hope our association has been one of mutual benefit, and that it may con- tinue to prosper in the future. T ii ia 1?,D1'roR. 24 nnnmmmnlllmu-.mlm lmmmumnmImlIumIummlIInumummummmm.Imummmnummummmummumnmmmummm Immmumummmmnmmmm.nmIn..m.mlmIummm..nw.m..m.. .Imu-muIm.mmum.lmmmmu.-.-.m.m-mm. .lu-mm-unml--mlI-mmmIm-umImmm-.mulm-m--I----I--I-mmlm-mmumlm-umIm.mmum.um-.ITM-......m........m..m....nmH...-...H.nu.unmm..-I..-.-...Hm...--m...-InInIn--.H...Ill-.....-...mmnu... U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H mum unnmmum1mm1mmumInmmuInmIWIumummmmI.mmmIunmmmnmmuInmmuIlmImuIlmIumImIumm1I.wmm.l.wulm MecIicaI ScI1ooI Section Business Manager WILLIAM F. Hman-1M,jR. THF STAFF ALmf:R'1? A. IIARAFF EDGAR L. JAMISON C. E. D'ZM URA ALI-IXANIJI'Ili IVICEWAN IVIARST-TALL W. GRAHAM WILLIAM N. P1'1'cuFoRD FRANK J. Gmaug: W. GLENN Skomcs JOI-IN AI. HUmzN1':1z 1i1x111:RsoN J. S'r1-:1cNRo1m I FACULTY ADVISORS . DR. JAM1-:s IJELAVAN HIEAIQD DR. WILLIAM S. 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'H" ' i,.i::::ai J Ti ' Q liil M E D I C A L S C H O O L llllll l l l l lllllillllllll .iiN.iiiiiiiiiniii.iiii1iiiiii.iiiiniiiii.iiiniiiiiiiiii.iiiiV.iiWw.iiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiw..iiii.iiiiiiiii.iiii1.4iiii.iii,i.iw.iiWiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii.iiiWiiiiiiiii.iiiiiniii.iiWiiiiiiiiiiii-iii iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiniii1.iiiN.iiiN.iii1-iiiiiiiii1-iiii1-iiiWiiWiiV-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iii1.iiiV.iiii1iiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiii-.iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii-4iw.iiii. Founders and Qriginal Faculty ofthe Western Pennsylvania Medical College Now School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh VV1LL1AM J. AspAi.1-1, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Vxlomen SAMUEL IXYRICS, M.D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases HUGO BLANK, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry NA'l'1lAN1l'1l. W. l3uowN, M.D., Professor of Hygiene AUS1'IN G. CASH, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Children J. C. CoNNic1.l., M.D., Professor of Botany, Materia Medica and Therapeutics JOHN Mll.'1't7N Dulflf, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics J. C. DUNN, M.D., Professor of Diseases of the Skin VVILLIAM' T. l':NGl.lSll', M.D., Professor of Physical Diagnosis THOMAS L. l'lAZZARD, M.D., Professor of Physiology 1-MQRMAN W. 1'llCClllCl.MAN, M.D., Professor of Diseases of lilye and Ear CYRUS B. TQING, M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery J. Ciikrs LANG, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine Jo1rN S. MAIICJN, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Nose and Throat E. A. MUNDOIQIV, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Histology JAMES TZ. Mulmoelr, M.D., Professor of Practical and Operative Surgery JAM1cs MUCANN, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery T. M. T. IWCIQICNNAN, M.D., Professor of Anatomy J. F. SI.Ac':l-lf:, l.L.D., Professor of Legal Medicine VVIIITMOIUQ: SNiv1-:l.v, M.D., Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine J. D. THOMAS, M.D., Professor of Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases E. A. Woori, M.D., Professor of Dietetics THOMAS D. DAVIS, M.D. Dimidium Facti Qui, Cocpit, Habct 26 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G ,History of the Medical School H12 Directory of 1815, of the City of Pittsburgh, contains an article which tells of the formation, in 1814, of a Western Pennsylvania Medical So- ciety. ln 1815, it owned a library, chemical and philosophical apparatus, and a cabinet of minerology. Meetings were held every two weeks in a room in the Court I-louse. Dr. joel Lewis was the lecturer on anatomyg Dr. 11. Troust, lecturer on chemistry, M. M. Murray, attorney, lecturer on botanyg Mr. Fred Ayster, lecturer on minerologyg joseph Patterson, lisq., lecturer on astronomy and natural philosophy. This was the first organization, of any kind, in Wfestern Pennsylvania which was founded for the purpose of studying subjects allied with medicine. ln 1864, the Bedford Medical Society had its lirst meetings. lt was named for Dr. Nathaniel Bedford, a pioneer physician of Pittsburgh, and a founder of the Pittsburgh Academy, now the University of Pittsburgh. Nathaniel liedford Callie to America from lfngland with the liritish Army and having' settled in Pittsburgh, practiced medicine from 1770 to 1818. This Society met weekly and held all its members responsible for doing serious work in making the meetings worth while. Any member absenting himself three nights in a month was sus- pended. The club expired in 1885. In nature and in spirit, it would appear that the Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine was the natural successor of the liedford Medical Society, or it might be said that the Redford Medical Society was con- tinued after 1888 in the Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine. Our School of Medicine has no direct ancestry in these societies, but from these sources came the incentive for the foundation of a medical school, for undergraduates, in Pittsburgh. There was an article on this subject in a Pitts- burgh newspaper of 1848, of unknown origin, but it was in a paper read by Dr. Andrew Fleming, at a meeting of the Bedford Medical Society at the office of Dr. james King, january 26, 1865, that the question was very definitely raised. The members of the society seemed to have been greatly impressed, because they voted for the publication of the paper in the Commercial journal. There were certain general causes for the advocacy of a medical school at this time. There was an increase in the number of medical students commen- surate with the growth of population in VVestern Pennsylvania, and it seemed unjust to allow these persons to go elsewhere for their medical education when the mines and mills about Pennsylvania provided such a wealth of material in sur- gical work. But more specihc causes can be found in two acts of the State Legislature. One act provided for the distribution by a State Anatomical Board to physicians and students for dissection, of unclaimed bodies of persons dying in state in- stitutions or elsewhere. Obviously this law was highly beneficial to the cause of medical education. Another act concentrated the schooling of practicing physicians of Pennsylvania within the state, by requiring the endorsement of graduates of schools outside the state by one of the state medical colleges. All the medical colleges of Pennsylvania-Jefferson, University of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann, and the Woman's Medical College-were located in Philadelphia. There was none in Western Pennsylvania. The actual founders of the VVestern Pennsylvania Medical School were Dr. James McCann, a man of character, a surgeon, and the author of a definite pro- gram for the college, Dr. james B. Murdock, a student of surgical literature, 27 iiiimwiiwii .iiwiiiiiiiiiii i4iw.iw..ii.. iiiimii im iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiimii miriiwirii ,mia iiiiiiiw-iiiiiii i i .ii iiiiiiiiiiiniiiii.iiii.iii..iiiiniii..wi.Wii.4iiii ii-,iii-.Wiw.iii.4i1i .ini Wlllllmlllwllllllllllllll li , l iii...mai1...imamii...mmiim.milwillmilmi.iiii.i,miin..iW.,ii..iima...iiimiri...4i..i.ii...ii... V...ii........i,.,.ii....i iii...iii.iii,..m...m...i,...imi.iimii..ii....w.w...i.i inimmw.iw..ii-.limiimiiiii..w-ui.-..w..i,. i1iiiiiiiiimirmiiiiii.iimimili.iiiii.iiiiii.iiii.ii...iiii..i.uiimnii..,i....w..w..w iimii...ii...iiiiiii...iii...i...iiii. .ii 'y , T i i l i M E D I c A L s c H o o 1. l ..iil ' Dr. Chris Lange, an internist and a very conservative practitioner, Dr. VVhit- more Snively, an eloquent diagnostician who was called "KIM by his friends because of his preference of this drug for various chronic diseases, Dr. Cyrus li. King, an orthopedic surgeon and a general surgeon as well, and Dr. 'William j. Asdale, a medical man and a gynecologist. Among themselves and their friends in the medical profession enough stoclc in the school was sold to provide a working capital for the venture. This was necessary because there was no endowment for the school. By means of this fund the original building which housed the medical school was erected on Brere- ton Avenue, adjoining the Western Pennsylvania Hospital. Originally the Dis- secting room was to have been in the old building of the Pittsburgh Free Dispensary, built by the "Turners". But this plan was changed and the scope of the college was enlarged by an operating pavilion built at the south end of the surgical wards of the Western Pennsylvania Hospital and by a dispensary building and women's clinic, "The limma Kaufmann Clinic," donated by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaufmann. These are the original buildings of the college. The original faculty had the following members: Dr. Samuel Ayers, pro- fessor of Nervous and Mental Disorders, Dr. Wm. J. Asdale, Professor of Diseases of Womeng Dr. N. W. Brown, Professor of Hygiene, Dr. Hugo Blanch, Professor of Chemistryg Dr. Austin G. Case, Professor of Diseases of Childreng Dr. J. G. Connell, Professor of llotany, Materia Medica and Therapeuticsg Dr. j. C. Dunn, Professor of Diseases of Skin, Dr. John Miller Duff, Professor of Obstetrics, Dr. W. T. linglish, Professor of Physical Diagnosisg Dr. Herman W. I-Iechelman, Professor of Diseases of Eye and liar, Dr. Thomas T.. Hazzard, Professor of Physiologyg Dr. Cyrus B. King, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. J. Chris Lange, Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine, Dr. james ll. Murdock, Professor of Practical and Operative Surgery, Dr. John J. Mahon, rl ,28 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H IIIifIImliiitiiIi--4IIinIIinIIiniii.Iiii..llll.llll..lm.iiI.HiIiifiIi-IIIIliIIII-4IIN.IIII..Iiiniii.-illl.lw.illl..lll .IIIniIwillIi-IIIllIitnlIII.4IIi.-iii.iilll.ill..llw.l ..IIiI.iiII.,IIi.1IIIllIIIV.IIII1.IIII.lIII.,IlI..lIIli.IIIinIlIll-lII...iiiiniii..iiiI..iIII.IIII..III...II...IIit.iII.HII.HIII.Iii.IiIi..III1IIII..III.1IIII.IIi.IiIil.IIl..IIII-IIIItIIII.1IIIifIIII.IIII.IIII1.IIItt.IIIl-llll.llll.w..lw.l Professor of Diseases of the Nose and Throat, Dr. james McCann, Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery, Dr. li. A. Mundorf, Professor of Path- ology and Histology, Dr. T. M. T. llflcliennan, Professor of Anatomy, Ur. VVhitmore Snively, Professor of Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Hon. F. Slagle, Professor of Legal Medicine, Dr. ID. Thomas, Professor of Diseases of Genito-Urinary System, Dr. IC. A. Wfood, Professor of Dietetics. The trustees of the college were: Ur. C. li. King, President, Dr. tl. ll. lllur- dock, Vice-President, Dr. VV. bl. Asdale, Secretary, Dr. bl. Chris l.ang.-, Treas- urer, Dr. James McCann, Dr. VV. Snively, Ur. D. Thomas, Dr. ll. Connell, Dr. John M. Duff, Dr. J. C. Dunn. Dr. J. B. Murdock was the first Dean. The 'first catalogue of the school contains within an ''Announcement," the following interesting points. "The Weste1'1i Pennsylvania Medical College is located on lfrereton Avenue and Thirtieth Street, Pittsburgh, on ground ad- joining the VVestern Pennsylvania Hospital. The site is an elevated one over- looking the valley of the Allegheny, pleasant and healthful and while the college is retired from the busy portion of the city it is within a few minutes walk of its martsf' "The College Ruilding ready for occupancy October 1, 1886, is but part of an extended plan, which when completed will provide one of the largest, most commodious and perfect medical college buildings in the United States. That part which will be completed this year contains an amphitheatre having a capacity of nearly 30,000 square feet, amply lighted, heated, and ventilated, and will seat 250 persons. The college building also contains a Second Lecture Room pro- vided with chairs and having an area equal to the first. The Anatomical l.abor- atory is on the fourth floor ftopj and encloses an area of over 3,000 square feet." Chemical, Pathology 211111 Physiology l.aboratories and Rooms for Micro- scopic work, Dispensaries and Clinics were also described. The preliminary requirements of the students were "the possession of an education sufficiently comprehensive, to enable them to pursue the study of medicine to advantage." Preliminary examinations were not required for col- lege graduates, or High School graduates or Normal School graduates or those "holding Certificates of lixamination from the examiners of any County Medical Society, covering the requirements of the Pennsylvania State Medical Socictyf' The curriculum was composed of didactic and clinical lectures, fourteen in each week respectively, recitations, demonstrations, laboratory work and practice in diagnosis. Clinical facilities were found in the College Dispensary agid the Vtfestern Pennsylvania Hospital, which had a daily average of about 200-ilmportant CIISCSS and other hospitals and dispensaries of the city.. i' The course of study covered three years, including two full Winter terms of lectures, but the faculty advised three years of graded courses and encouraged it by requiring merely a matriculation fee for the third year. Each term was six months in length. A Spring course was given for special work. , The fees were: tuition 3100, matriculation 35.00, Practical Anatomy 31000, and Graduation 52500. , H There were fifty-seven in the first class. - The first Alumni Association, 1887, had the following officers: Dr. R. M. P I' Wainer Vice President' Dr. R. B. Ferree, Corre- lones, President, Dr. x. t. ' , ' -f ' - , 29 ll 'lllllllll llllllll I I I I I I ml 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllllllllll iiIIIIIII.IIII..IIIIIIWIIIII.IWIIIIiIIImIIII.IIII..II,I.IIIIIiiIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIII.iiIII.IIWIIIInIII.IIII.IIIII..IIIInIII.IIII..III..IIII.II,IIIIIIIIII,.IIIII.III...III..III..III,.III..III..IIwiIII IIIInIIIIIIIII.IIII..III.IIIII..III.IIIIII.IIIIIIII..IIIIIiIII.IIIIII.IIII.IIII.IIII..IIII..IIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIII.IIII.IIIII.II,IIIIII.III.IiIIIIIIIII.IIII-IIIII.III..III.IIIII.III..IIImwI.III...II,.I 4 I I I I . I . I 1 , :Tlll,I::uII'i I. III . 1 1 Il .II ' 1 " E D I C A L S C H O O L li ii i i I,I,,,1, sponding Secretary, Dr. P. Moore, Recording Secretary, Dr. G. 1. Peters, 'l'reasurerg and Ur. R. L. Ferrell, Orator. 'l'he Committee on Laws was com- posed of Drs. R. lC. VVarner, 1. 1. il-ireurer and C. 1. Hoffman. There are at the present time 1,400 members. Prom this auspicious beginning the school has grown until it today occupies a secure position as a Class A Medical School. 'l'here have been many changes in faculty, equipment, requirements for admission, requirements for graduation, and in tuition, but the essential features remain the same. Some of the steps in the growth and development of the school will be traced belowj ln 1892 "by joint action of the Board of Trustees of the VVestern University of Pennsylvania and the Trustees and Stockholders of the VVestern Pennsyl- vania Medical College-the VVestern Pennsylvania Medical College has become the Medical Department of the University." The management of the college nevertheless remained vested in a separate board of trustees. ln 1908 it became an integral part by purchase of the VVestern University of Pennsylvania which at about the same time changed its name to that of the University of Pittsburgh. In 1900 the VVestern Pennsylvania Medical College became affiliated with other hospitals than the VVestern Pennsylvania Hospitalg at this time, with the Mercy, South Side and St. john's. At various times it has been associated with almost every hospital in the city-QPassavant, St. joseph's, Presbyterian, St. Pran- eis, Allegheny General, Pittsburgh, Magee, Tuberculosis League, liye and liar, and Children's Hospitals. The physical equipment of the college was augmented in 1893 by the gift of the Reineman Maternity llospitalg in 1897 by an addition to the college building. In 1910, after becoming a part of the University of Pittsburgh, it moved to its present site in Pennsylvania Hall on the campus of the University. On April 1, 1913, the 'Kaufmann Clinic was abandoned and the dispensaries of 30 I.iiui11iniiI...i1H-i1miimi11V..iiIn11.Hii...iii...ii..in..i1mi1nmimiiH..1iH.11I..11imimi1i1iin..n-.iw.iwmi. .1ii.iiiimiii..w...ii,..n..iiimiV...ii...m..w..w...n.. 111...ii1.N1miiimii1im1in-11tmlmninm1imiimii1lm1M..itmlinm1um1I..1maii..w..i.ii-.Wii...i1...imy11nii1...ii..1ii.iti1inii...ii1...i1.Hi1...11imii...iimyii1.Miimyii1.1ii111.4ii.-.w...n..wi..., UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH affiliated hospitals as well as the Iiree llispensary afforded clinic material for the students. The faculty of the college has changed so that today only one of the original members remain, Dr. T. M. T. McKennan-and it has grown in members from 22 to 200. There have been live deans of the college-Dr. j'. R. Murdock, 1886-1897g Dr. J. Chris Lange, 1897-19095 Dr. T. Arbuthnot, 1909-1919, Dr. Ogden M. Edwards, -lr., 1918-1919, during the service of Dr. Arbuthnot in Franceg Dr. R. R. Huggins, 1919 to date. The entrance requirements have become by steps considerably more in- clusive. In 1911--one year of college was made obligatoryg in 1913-two years of college. In 1918-three years of college was strongly advised because it car- ried with it the grant of a 13.3. degree from the University of Pittsburgh at the completion of four years in Medical School. The 13.5. degree is now conferred by the University of Pittsburgh when two years of college work 11218 150011 C0111- pleted. In order to receive the 13.5. degree from the University, the college work is required to be taken at the University of Pittsburgh. It is interesting to note that women were admitted on the same standing and with the same requirements as men as early as 1899. In 1911 this privilege was revoked, but it was again granted in 1912. Attendance at medical school sessions was increased from the original two years to three years in 18915 to four years in 1895. ln 1918-1919 the school was represented in the VVorld Wai' at Base Hospital No. 27 with twenty-four medical oliicers under the command of Majors Royal Reynolds and Robt. T. Miller. The Medical Enlisted Corps of one hundred hfty were commanded by Sergeants R. D. Strocle, M.D., and S. Rodman. Dr. Miller writes in his book "Pioneer Medicine in WCStC1'1l Pennsylvania", "Beginning in a small and uncertain way, the School has now attained a secure position and its permanency and future are well assured." It is the last clause of this sentence which is occupying the attention of the school today. Dean Huggins has been instrumental in planning and making realizable a wonderful future for the school. By his efforts and those associated with him in this in- terest, a vast project in the modern manner of Medical Schools, a Medical Center, is already taking form as the next step in the growth of the Medical School. 31 11H111.111V..11WH1X1V..11W11rw1,U.1,1U,1,HX1WW..11Hw11V..1V...11rm11W111.HXV..11nu1W1,m11V..11Hf1111W111.4,,V..1nu111.11,H-11H.,NN.11,W1N11.,1rm,W,,1H.X,N.111..,1,..1H..1,,V.I1NXV.11V..11.M111N11N..N1W1V..XX,W,,,V..,,H.,H..,,W.,,HW..H.w..w.,,,. M E D I C A L S C H O O L fffmww. Jgix ' ,Nr R1 M , K x . x .,.,. NV , .A , f l LLFF, ng NW. " if 51 V , , +, H xddhwwffvftwfykffx ""'llI lllulllmlllllllllllllll L , nmnnWIlnnmu1l" N! H Ni N u jig mmqli' U3JU'M,q xxwxxx Nlqilzql ww y 1? M W lull lllll tl!:::ui--tnu::::::!tlIi II'rlInmlllnllluplllluliluutllli I W W t t l ti U A It i "lnI' tiA1 ll I ll ii I lI ii L s c H o o L Illniil il mmm ,,,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H,,,,,,,,,N,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,,N,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IIlllIIlllIIIIIIIIIIllIIIlIlIIIIIllllfdllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,. VVILLIAM U. IIAUZICOVVSKI l,I'l"I'SllUllGll Duqzzavaic Univcvcvily l'1'efuu'alu1'y .Yrhool University ol l'ittsburgl1 l'l1i Rlio Sigma flnterneship :-South Sicle 'I Iospital AIiIlICIUI,' A. IlAIIAIt'I", ILS. I7l'I"l'SIllIRGlI Scliciilcy High School University of Plll.Slll1I'j.1'll-IQZQ 'lllii Delta Iipsilong Owl Staff 4 Internesliip :-Mrmtefiere Hospital MAUIHCIG H. IIOVVIGIIS, ILS. Blcmlcvulc lfcllewm ,High Sclzool Muskingum Collegeg University ol Pittsburgli-1931 Sigma Pig l'l1i Beta l.'i Il1lQC1'llCSl1Ij3Z-Sfblllll Side Hospital WILLIAM. .It'. BIIICHM, JIL, ILS. Roe n ICSTICR, PA. lx'oclLe.rler High Sfhool Geneva Collegcg University of 'Pittsliurgli-1930 I'lii Beta Pig Treasurer Stticlents' lllcclical Society 23 Business Managei' Medical Section 1933 Owl ll1lCl'l1CSllllJI-Sfblllll Side Ilospital IiAIiI'H ICDWAIIII UARIIIICR, ILS. 'llIIR'I'l.lC Cfluclclq 7'm'Ile Crock Union lligli SlTl100l University ot' l,,lllSI?lll'j.fll--IQ3I ilnternesliip:-'Medical Center ALTA GI4lNI5lVIItlVItI CHAIIIJIGS, ILS. 'l'ARl'1N'I'lIM 7'rm'nlum lligh .Srltrml University ot' l'ennsylvaniag University of Cliiea University of I,lllSlJlll'5.fll-IQ26 Alpha Delta 'Pig Zeta .l'l1ig Class Secretary 2 Internesliip :-Columltia l lospital 34 H0 s UN'IVER I4lI1IZ1IIiI4I'I'II I'00I'I1IIINAII1, ILS. l'1'1"1's111'1u:11 51111111 llillx lligh ,S'1'lnml Ullivvrsity of I'illsI1111'gl1-f llyjl l'l1i KIITQ Murlxxx' Hozlrclg Zola l'l1i l11tu1'11csl1i11:- fNlcfIic:1l CCIIICI' AIAFICICII IY00I1SI1AYI1IIi UIIUZIICII, -III., ILS. l'1'1"1's11111u:11 IIIWIIIUIIX lliylz .S'1'l11ml I l'c1111sylv:u1iz1 Slate Cfollcgc-'logo l'l1i Ifllllllil. Siggnmg N11 SIQIITZI Nllg 'III'CIlSlll'L'l' Slumlcnls Mcclivzll Snviuly 3 vIIIIL'1'lIl'SIII13 :--Sl. I'.l'!lIll'IS Il'os11il:1l -IAIVIICS OSVVICIAIA IIONALITHON, JIL, ILS. l'1'1"1's111'1u:11 l't'tII70!!,j' lliyh .SIKIIUOI 'Ullivcrsity of I'il1sI111rgl1 ---f -1931 l'I1i Hola l'i IlTIL'1'lIL'SIlIITI-'NICYL'-Y 'I luspitul U0NS'I'AN'I'INI1I IC. D'ZMUIIA, ILIL lluggul-:SN1-t Sl. lf'IlIl'l'lIf l'1'1'f1a11'z1lu1'y .ffflvfll Sl. Vi11cc11l Collcgcg U11ivc1'si1y of l'iltsI1111'gl1-- 1025 l'l1i Hula l'ig Alpha cJl'lTCg'il Alplmg Owl Sizlfi .1 IllICl'lll'SIlIITI-SI. I"1':111cis Ilospitnl IIIUHAIIII IIINGSIIOIV I4'IIAIVI1I1lY, ILS. 'l'1'r11sv11.1.1-: 'l'il11.vf'illc' High .Yfllovl 'U11ivc1'sity of I'illsI111rgl1---1033 NIT Signm N112 Pi Sigma Alpha IIlICI'l1L'SIIIDI-SI. l71':1m'i:4 I-Iospilzll I"HAII'I1I1IS I". GIIAIIAM, ILS. VVAvN1cs1:1'1zm: f'1'11l1'1' 'l'1rzu11.vl1il1 Iligfll .Yflmol XAI1lyllK'SIIIlI'Q Cullcgu--IU-26 In-11:1 Sigmzr I'l1i IIlICl'IIl'SIlIlJI-YKIL'lIIk'Il.I f'c111C1' 35 S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H llI'llllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illll''llIuuunnln4m,gllluiliilnII'ml I ll mill WW ll . I M E D I C iiii I ' iiii ' iiiii ' ! ' ' ' ' " i ' it iiiii it ' .. ll .w..Www wmwmwm WW wwwmwl mwawmw wimmwiiw w.m.lwmw wliwmwim Wal MAIKSVHALL WIIJLIAM CIIIAHAM, ILS. lI.llT'l'SIlURGH Langley High School Washington and blcllcrson College-1929 Phi I'i 1'l1i5 llhi Beta Pi Interneship:-St. Francis Hospital FRANK JOHN GICIGGU, ILS. 1'1'r'1'snuum-I .S'wi.v.fmlc High School University of I'lllSlJLll'IlI1-IQ33 Meclical Sl'lIO0I Ball Committee lntcrneship :-f Medical Center Nu Sigma Nug 35 Owl Staff 4 NIIUHAIGIJ A. UU'I'HIiIItl 17I'I"l'SIlllRGI'I Sl. lx'o.mliiz lligh School I-DIIQIICSIIC University l'l1i Rho Sigmag Class Vice-l'rcsirlcnt 35 Vice-President Stuclcnts' Xlcclical Society 3 lnterncsl1ip:ffSt. Francis Hospital ,IEICHARD GI'LLI4lSI'II4l HAMII'i'I'0N, ILS. I,I'l"I'SllllRGH Peabody High School University of .I,lllSI7l1l'g'l1-'IQSI Delta Tau llcltag Chi Rho N111 llruidsg Eumathciag Class Treasurer 35 Nu Sigma Nu lnlcrncsliip:-Medical Ccntcr GAYLOIIII IAYNUH HAI!IlI4lS'I'Y, ILS. Nicw B:m:H'roN New liriglilon lliyh School Geneva Collcp:cfJ927 Nu Sigma Nu Intcrmssliip1----St. Francis Hospital AIi'IlHUIl OICII Hltlllliltlll, ILS. I'I'l"I'SIHIRtlll lfV?.Vllll!jlIi01l.S'L' High School University of I'IllSIllll'gll-IQ32 l'l1i licta l"i lntcrncslmip1-Medical Center 36 llllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIllIiiiililllll"llllii'n'i iiuiiiuiiiiniiiniiiitiii-Iii1uriiH.iiiI.iiiiI.iiiiniiiiniiiIiii.IiiiNiiiiniWwi.w..iii..iw. .-iii1.iiiiniiiniiiitiiiiniii.1iiitiW-iwmwwm.w iiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiii-1iiiiWiiimiii.1iiiini1i..iiii.1iiiN11iiNiiiil.iiWi..4w.wii UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH JAMES MURDOUH HI+1NNl,NGl1lR, AJS. P1'l'TSllURG1I Peabody High, SITIIUUI Williams College-1929 Delta Upsilong Nu Sigma Nng Alpha Omega Alphag Class President 3, 4 Intcrneship:-St. Francis Hospital FRANK THOMPSON l'Iltlli'liON, ILS. ' i,I'l"I'Sl!llRGlI Sr'lIC7I1L'y High Srhool University of 1,lllSlJlll'gi1-IQ32 Phi Beta Pi Interneship:---Xklestern l'ennsylvania Hospital GEO:li-GIG VV. HOHSON l'l'l"l'slnilu'a1-L D1fI1IIfU.V11C Uliivciarily 1'rv,'1aroIory Srhool University of Pittslmrgli Chi Rho Nug llhi Beta l'ig Alpha Omega Alpha lnterneship :-Mercy Hospital JOHN J. .HUl4lllNl4lIi-, JR., ILS. .lo H Ns'rowN Jolnislowii High, Srliool ohnslown Junior Collegeg University of l,jlllSbll1'gi1-IQ32 Phi Rho Sigmag Owl Staff 4 Tnterneship:--Conemangh Valley Memorial Hospital EIXIAH LAMONT JAMISON, ILS. jixm14:strowN, PA. JflIIlL'.Vf0TUIL High Srliool Thiel College-1927 Nu Sigma Nug Owl Stah' 4 lnterneship:-Medical Center JOHN FREDERICK JOSE, ILS. 1floM1f:s'1'lzAn I'eobody High School Mount Union College-T929 Alpha Tau Omegag Phi Sigmag Nu Sigma Il1lC1'llCSlll1JZ--lVlCiliC3.i Center Nu 37 M E D I C A L S C H O O L it-.iiiwiiii.ttti..tit.-iii.iiti..iti.tt 4ttiiiiiiwwiiii-..iii-. Wiiii.ii,mtiiniiwiti1.titittitntttintit.iiiiitiiitit.iiitiiit-itiiiti.ititti.iii.iiit..-iti.tttt.ttitiniiiiiiit-.iimtiinitiiiiii.itit.ttttimit.Uii-.iiWiiHiiiatitit.iit.itti.W-iiti.ii it 'I'HIC0ID0III4I C, KLEIN, ILS. 'l'uu'r1.li: CIIICICK Tilrlle C7'L'f'A' Union High .SQFIIUUI University of l,IllSlDlII'j.fII-IQQI iiinimmlurilmilllllliuiiimii l ummmll IIUIIIIIIIIIII Qt . l' .. 4'H:lIL1::l1lIIIILlI i il t V I W I tt Html t ltltttlhlll ll Il it ti ll t llllul IllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli - Omega lleltag l'hi lleta Pig Secretary Students' Medical Society 21 Class Secretary .4 lnterneship:-St. Francis Hospital JAMES L. U. LAUIDICII, ILS. lfl.l7AIIIC'l'I'I lilisulmlli lligli Srlioal Westminster College-1920 llelta 'l'hi Sigtnag l,'hi Iieta I'i lnternesltip:-Mercy Hospital PAUL MASSILLON LEWIS, ILS. Iiiimcwoon lfllgefttoorl lligli .YFIIOOI 'University of l,IllSlIlll'j2,'Il--IQ32 Clhi Rho Nng l'hi Beta Pig Class 'Freasnrer ZQ Medical School Ball Committee SQ Iiditor Medical Section 1933 Owl lnterneship 1-I'ittsh11rgh Hospital GIGOIHIIC SIMON LIPMAN, ILS. l'i'r'rsnUiec:ii fptlkllllllll High Srlmol University of l'ittslmnrgl1-1933 Nu Sigma Nu Interneship:-l'ittslmrgh Hospital JOHN IKOIIICIVI' LISKA, ILS. llooulzsmz lI1iq1ie.r1m lligh .S'r1m0l University of I,Il.lSlJlll'1.flI--T930 Phi Beta I'ig Alpha Omega Alphag President Students' Medical Society 4 lnterneshin:-United States Puhlic il-Iealth Service lil4lNNIt1'I'H Y. LOVVIG, ILS. Nicvv KlCNSlNfi'I'0N Crzfizinllwillc lliyli Salton! l'c-nnsylvania State College-logo 1'hi lieta I'i lnterneship :-- Medical Center 38 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH J. YVIIIIIIAM Nl'ICNDOZ."t, ILS. l'1'1"rslsl11zc:1l 'St'1Il'IIlt'.I' lliyll Svlmul LillIX'k'l'SIIy of IIIIISIlllI'j,IIl4IO3I Phi Ilcltn lipsilong Alpha Umm-ga Alpliu .IllIL'I'llL'!4IlIllI-'AIUIIICIIOIT Hospital VV. UIAAIIC MICIIIIIMAN, ILS. Y0lTNtlXVUtTll, l'A. IIUIlIljlTt'00lIi Iliglz .Yrlmol Pumlsylvzmizl Stzltc CUIICQJQC-1030 Sigma l'l1i lipsilong l'I1i Hula I'ig Class Vice-l'1'csicicnt 4 llitcriicsliilm:A-Mercy Hospitall IVICIGIDICIIIUIQ AIIIIICIYI' MIIIIAICII, ILS. Wl1:s'1' I'I0lXlICS'I'IiAll llv1m'.vl1'arl Iliyll .Yrlmol University of I'ittslm11i'g'l1-1932 Iiitcrmxsliip :-South Side Ilospitnl JOHN SIIINICY MuUAI"I4'I4III'I'Y, ILS. I:RIilE1'OR'l' l71'4'vfv01'l lliylli 54'lm0l,' Kixki University of I'ittsbu1'pgI1-1031 Phi Gzumnu Ilcltzlg Nu Sigma N11 li1tci'm'sl1i1i:--St. Iirzuicis Hospital AI'4I4IXANIII4III MCICYVAN, ILS. III'l"I'!-iI!lIRGII l'rruImd3v lliyh ,S'vlm01,' l711iwr.viIy Svhool Univcrsity of IIIIISIJlll'g'Il-1033 N11 Si -'mn Nu' Alpha Omega Alphztg Class '.l'i'c:1snrcr 4j F- y Owl Stnli' 4 lntcrncship :--Mercy Ttuspitnl H. AI'4IIl4IR'I7 MCMUIIIIAY, JII., ILS. llmvl-in lf.fxi.1.s lfrmfzfr' lfullx High Svlmol ticncvzl Collcgc-H128 iX'Icilic'z1I School Ball Committee 3 Imp,-,wgliip1-Allcglicny GC'l1Cl'ZlI Hospital 39 i .m...w.m,...ii..mHWiwiw.W U1,.H11...i11W11.N111..11mi11.H11V..11H.11mi11.1i11H.1111.11iU-i1V..111.-111H.iiHi11in11V..iii1.111..iiiini1...111i.1iV..111.H1inii1...i1ini11V..11.1iiiH.iiiV.iiV..w..w..ii.mw.m M E D I C A L S C H O O L W w.w.w.i mmm, Wwwm mwiwiww whimmww.wmw.4 .mmwiiwm .www-W THOMAS E. IWCMUIIIIAY, JR., ILS. Pl'1"1'SI!UR'Gll lflllllll l'1'efvr11'z1l01'y St'1l00l,' .S'!fI1tIll07l Mililary .flmdcmy University ol' l'iltslJurgl1-T931 Sigma Alpha lipsilong Chi Rho Nug Nu Sigma Nu illllCl'IlCSllll3I---1,ll.lSlDl1l'gl'l Hospital JOSICIIH. PAIAKOVITZ, ILS. Convlcli, PA. libeh.vI1m'g High School University of l'iltshurgh-1930 Phi llcllu lipsilong Class Secretary 3 lnternesliipc-St. Frzuicis I-Iospitnl WVILIAIAM Mc'UANDLI4ISS PETTY, ILS. l'l'l"rsnUl:'c:lI Slfzimlfzvz Mililrzry flmdenly University of IilllSlJlll'jll1--1031 Sigma Chig llruiclsg Nu Sigma Nu IlllCl'l1CSlllllI-lX'lCCllCl1l Center IVIIALIAM N. I'I'l'UHl1'0llD, ILS. I7l'l"I'SIlUR'Gll COIICIIIIIILQIL Iligh Sclzool VVasliinglon :md ,lefI'erscm College-1927 Lzlmlnrln Chi Alpha IlIlCl'1lCSllljJZfSl. Frzmcis Hospital EDIVAIID LANIG ,liINGl41li, ILS. I,l'l"l'SlllJRGlI Schezzley High .Skzhool Allegheny Collegeg University of I,lllSlllll'j2,'ll--1930 l'hi Camino. lbellng l'hi Beta Pi Intcrneship:-Baltimore City Hospital l+'I4IN'l'0N IXUSSIGIAL, ILS. P1'r'rsnU1iGH Ccnlrul lligh School University of Vittsbllrgli-1931 Chi Sigma N115 l'hi Rho Sigmng Mcn's Cilcc Cluhg Class Vresiclent I IlIlCl'llCSlll1lI-XlVCSlCl'll Pennsylvania llospitul 40 ww lmnIIruunllWlnimuiiiiM n ll"llIlllIIw'-IIIHIIIIQ'p liliniiIIlllllillllualulllllllniiiill II.IIII.IiiI.IiiiIIIII.IIIIinIIitiiiitiiiiiiiinniiiiiii.iiii.iiii..iiiiiiiiiitiiiI.iii..iiii.iiii.iw.iii.ii .itII.iiii.iw.iiii.iiii.iiiiIIIII.IIIiniwni..iiii.iiii.ii .1Iiti.IIIIitIitii-IiiI.iitI..IIIit.itII.IIIii.itIII.IIIIinitII.IIII..itII.1IiI..itIi.iiii-4ii,..iii,.ni.i U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H GEOIIGIC U. SUHICIN, ILS. H0hIICS'l'lCAIl Il0Hl!?.Yll7tId lligli Strhool University of I'II.ISIJlIl'2'I1'-1931 Alpha I'l1i Omegag 'l'l1i Beta Pi Il1l.Cl'lICSI1I1lI-SOIIIII Side Ilospital HOIVAIID PAUI1 SCHINK, ILS. IJUQU1-:sN1a jJ'ltl1'ItL'.YIIC High Svliool Slippery Rock State Normal Sehoolg Ursimis College-1920 Alpha Phi Iipsilon lnternesliip:-Nllestern Pennsylvania Hospital JOSIilI',I-I IIIITCHEIIII SHETIYON, ILS. DORMQNT Dormont fligh SFIIOOI University of I,IIlSI3lII'2'Il-IO32 l'I1i Sigma: Druirlsg Phi Beta I'ig Alpha Omega Alpliag Student Assistant in Anatomy lnternesliip:-lllercy Hospital MARTLIN I'. SMITH, ILS. 'Pl'I"I'SIIUR'GII C1lI'7'I.t'1J High Srlmnl University of IIIIISIHIFQII-IQ33 l'l1i Beta Ili Intcrneship:-Nletlieal Center HARRY Ii. SNYIDIGR, ILS. P I 'l"l's1wizG 1 I Svlzczzlcy High Srlzool University of IIIIISIIIIYQII-IQ3I l'l1i Delta Epsilon , Interneship:--fMonteliorc Hospital VVILIIIAM GLENN SRODICS, ILS. BEAVER Bmwcl' High Srhool Geneva Collcgeg University of PIlISIJlll'Q'I1-IQZQ Kappa Sigma: Nn Sigma Nug Class Vice-President IQ Class llresiclent 2 Interneship:--United States Army 41 M E D I C A H li il' ll Qi llill N i 'i lg ll L S C H O O L iii..iiiH.iiiiiiii1.iii1.iiiinii1iiii1iiiii.iiiiitiw.nmn.nii.iw Winiiiit.iiiiniiii.itiHiiiiniti1.iiiinitiitiii.iiitinii1.iiii.iti..iiiiniti1-iii.ititiV.iii.1iiiV.iiti.iiiV.iitimii.4iiinitiV-iiii..iti1.iiiinitiniii-iiinitiHiiiiiiitiiiiw.iw.ni.iiii.ii W. " IGM ICIKSON -I. S'I'l4lI4lNli0Il l 'l'r'rsnn1tc:i-I lVe.vli11ylmuse lligli ,S'1'lL00l University of 'Pittshnrgli Sigma Alpha lipsilong Chi Rho Nug Ql'hi 'Hola l'i Chairinzm lfreslnnan Dance IQ Owl Staff 4 lnterneship:-Vlfestern Peinisylvzutia Hospital NVAYNE -H. S'l'l4lWAIR'I' CnnAni'n1.ls clUl'll0f90li.t' Iliyli SFILIIUZ Allegheny Collegeg University of l'ittshut'gh Phi Kappa Psi: l'hi ,Beta l'i Interneship:-Allegheny General .Hospital AARON H. STOCK, ILS. IXMIXRIIIGIC Jlnillridgc lliyjli .S'c'h00l University ul l,ll.lSlJlll'f.fll-IQJI Alpha Omega Alpha ,luterneship:-A--hleclieal Center Altliltllfl' CARL SUNSICIH l,l'l"I'SllURf2ll Los flngclcx Iligli Svlmol l'niversity of California at Los Angelesg University Nu Sigma Nug Alplia. Omega Alplm of Pitlshurpglt lnterneship :--St. Ifrzmcis llospitul VICTOR C. W'ARlH4lN Ni-:w Ki-:NsiNf:'roN New lilvixinglrm lligli .S'vlm0l University of Pittsburgh Phi lieln l'i lnterneship:fhlerlieul Center JOHN XVIIAIAIAM NVIGLSH, ILS. lmiiacillslslus, l'A. l.cm'l1I11m'y lliyli Sfliool Wzlsliingtfm and .leiTersun Collegeg University of l,lllSlJllI'Q.fll----Ifjffyff Ileltzi Tun lbeltng N11 Sigma Nu lnterneship1-Allegheny General llospitzil 42 . 1 3 lllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIHIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII in::'::llII1lIlllIllIIIllIIIlIII:ll1:::l lL.!:::il--im::::::.ll lllllllllllllll llllllllllllllll ,r it il 1 ,gil ii ill '-,, t lily l yi " ll Nl lllll itll h ilt i ll lllillill li llll l UNIVERSI T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H 11..1H.HT111.1HNT1UTTT..H1H4TTmH1..T111.1H1.H1TT..1TT..H1N41TmH1T.111mH1H11TV.Tw.m.w.mmw. H111H1HM11WTN.HTT-1111..w.w..m..1WWm T. H. 11..T11T.111N.1T1N.TT1H.TTT..TT1TT.T11m11T.H1T1V.,1TT.HT1TT.TT11.HW..w..w,..wm THOMAS C. VVILKINSON, ILS. 1'I'I"I'SlllIRGIl. f,l'!IIJOtfy lligll, Srllrwl Univcrsity of l,TllSIJlll'jJfl1--IQSI l'l1i Rho Sigma ,llllC1'llCSlIi11I+Sl. lfrzmcis Alflospilul IGAIH4 HUDSON YOUNG, ILS. 'l'A1:l-:N'r1:m Tarvnlum lligh .Yullmzl Univcrsity of VillSlJlll'5.Il1-1031 Vi Rho llcltng Phi RCHL Pi l11tcl'm'sl1ip :M-South Side Ilospilzll GIGRALD ZIIGYIG, ILS. N new Cfxs'l'1.lc New Caxllrr lliglz .S1l'1l00l licncvu College-1029 fI'l1i Hella lipsilong Vice-l'1'csiclcnl Students' Mcclic Intcrlmcsldp Z-Montcliorc Hospital i 5 1 ,IKM ul Society 4 NW X .M .- N l Q IS I MVT W ' 2 'WY A N JZ fm? 1 43 WU ,J mu l MV N i ,:,, ,Q 'I 'W Qw 'N ,1 ,dl M E D I c A L s C H o o L M m , 'M N 45 -N V itz, W. R W, , i N 13'?:2f"?lZ?g gi s "'-,.1 1' if 'n f' E" In f5PLf1fegx3,Z7!1C:Q'!-Q4 --V- ' ,.'--.- g . ,F-E .:- ..... A ,li if 5 Pg' gill 2 +L Lf. V Ti' '- 'F . ' Q: ? g 1 I I , R, '-Mnlf' ,i fi b .5-A JP, :sri ll I I I t li ' il X313 p, 2-lv EIT' ,.. .. I . . .. . V4 -3-5:11. 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S'rA14zvNsK1 46 A N U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H Class Roll Ale1xmNs1a1:mz1-ire, 'l'llom.xs lI14:1:l:oN l.ulcn, Rum-:l:'r Lmus !m'lmmN, l.Mv1:l4:Nr1a C1lAm.lcs NIA1:sllA1.1.,, LlT'I'IlIiR MvT.mN HAIR, V1c"1'cm NVIIICRRY hlA'I'ICliR, 1.fUliliNl-1 lIlcN1:v lilcuus, Jmm Lxmnllc IVf.X'l'lIlIiSUN, NORMAN ll.xmwN1c1z U1aNc'lvlcNm:A, Ol.lx'lcl: Xllilltilf, Mu,'roN ,l1cv1N1: 31mm'l41cN, AIARK lVlc'l7uNou4:ll Mllml.lf:1xmN, Rosle Rl"ru TRANON, Al.lflucl+ Hmmmis NIILI-IS, Hlalmmrxl .lmllcs 3le.xN'11, CARI. l:1,'x1:Nl-:s'r M1l.l.lan:, NlA1c1.YN W.xl.'rlcu CA1ucul.l., I':llW.XRIb -IOSl'II'II, ju. Nll"I'Il, EI,lZ.XI!li'l'lI 1.l1.l.1.xN CIARIQ, IIIQNRY lfomm 1XlL'Cl.lCl,l,.XNll, S'1'.'xNL14:x' C1.icm1cN'l's, limxluwn Ilcmml-:Nic MuCi1e.'xxx',jm1N RHl2ICR'l' Cowan, ,Flmwvls Ilcwlm Nli.Xl,, Rumxn .'Xl1l1U'l"l' Clwlxl, Cilcuuczllz lil.: Nl-:1:l.lcv, J,l.x1uev llum. 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For most of us this precarious economic situation had a profound influence, for it made us realize, as months and years passed, that knowledge and character were assets which always maintained themselves at par. From the devastating results of this world wide readjustment and the experience of others we have learned to evaluate success in any undertaking not alone by monetary standards but by the more lasting criteria of achievement and service to our fellow 111811. We are also aware of the new, disquieting trends which are attempting to destroy the individualism of our calling, and we look with confidence and assurance towards our leadership to maintain our profession at its present high level. The chronicles of the class of 1934 are brief. We all clearly recollect the mingled emotions of joy, uncertainty, and determination to justify the trust that was placed in us, when for the Hrst time, as freshmen, we entered the medical school. The first year with its anatomy, histology, and physiological chemistry was a year of endless struggle and uncertainty, which at times seemed hopeless. lt was in this year that we began to realize how much every medical student owes to his teachers and instructors. Under their guidance and with their en- couragement we began laying down the foundations of our future professional training, and to them we owe a debt of genuine gratitude. The reception in our honor given by the Student's Medical Society at the lforter Mansion enabled us ground for the first unit of the new medical center, which to meet our upper classmen and for the first time to hear Huggins, as he urged us to apply ourselves seriously to During this year we witnessed the ceremonies attending our dean, Dr. R. R. the work before us. the breaking of the upon completion will place Pittsburgh in an enviable position in the medical world. The unsuccessful attempt of the class preceding ours to coerce and cajole us into parting with 553.50 for their annual theatre party made us realize the importance of organiza- tion, and asa result the class elected the following freshman class ollicers: President, Ken Fisherg Vice-President, Clark Rollins, Secretary, john Kidd, Treasurer, Paul Zehfuss. None of us will ever forget those oral quizzes in anatomy, the sessions in the "bull pen," the disappearing cadavers, the endless air raids. the eternal battles that always ended in a victory for the boys on the balcony, and lastly, the fine chorus that blossomed forth in all splendor in the last few weeks of the year. - The second year found most of us back at work. We in turn became high pressure fraternity salesmen, while trying at the same time to master the sub- jects of our curriculum. Neuro-anatomy had us all burning midnight oil, while Physiology was another enticing sport which quite a few of us remember by pretty turtle shell ash trays and voluminous note books. The hunt for the microbe proved a real thriller,-and our backs still ache from the many afternoons spent over the microscope in the pathology classes. A pleasant deviation was offered by the "fresh air" course in hygiene which led us on many an afternoon into the wide open spaces in pursuit of knowledge. It was during this year that we learned, among other things, of paronychia and the "lub-dub" action of the heart. It was during this year, also, that we became Grade A milk addicts and that we struck up an acquaintance with new shiny Stethoscopes. Among the 49 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H memories of that year are the recollections of that wilrl bus trip into the wilcler- ness of Coraopolis ancl the image of the man we left behinzl: the fervent pro- posal of marriage which one ot' our classmates of the fair sex receiveml cluring a visit to the St. Francis Iflospitalg anal our aclventure into military life at Carlisle llarraclcs, untler the able leaclership of our own Lieutenant Colonel il. lf. tlohn- ston. The class ollicers for the sophomore year were: l'resimlent, lVilliam C. 'Wyeofiig Vice-l'resitlent, limlwarcl Carrollg Secretary, il. l.. Thomasg ancl 'I'reas- urer, George l'astorius. NfVe are now rapimlly approaching the encl of the thirrl year of meflical eclu- cation. The wirle scope of meclieal lcnowletlge to which we were introclucecl this year has us gasping anal wonclering how we will ever absorb even a portion of it. 'I'o the line stall' ol' faculty members who give so freely ancl willingly ol' their time, lcnowleilge, ancl experience to aclvance us, we are very grateful. 'I'he bug-bear of the mill-year exams, when tlays merged with nights ancl nights with clays, is behintl us ancl the wonclers we accomplished in those hectic clays, inspire us with a little more eonliclence as we anticipate the linal exams of the junior year. 'Ito many of us the army pay-checks are rays of happiness ancl om: only regret is that these rays clo not cheer us more frequently. Two new hours have been aclclefl to our scheclule: the extracurricular Tuesclay afternoon art classes aml the 'lliurstlay meclicine quizzes. The class ollicers for the junior year are: I'resiclent, William ll. Oetting, .ling Vice-l'resiclent, 'lames ID. tlreinerg Secre- tary, lilorian ll. Starzynslcig ancl Treasurer, -I. R. Sugarman. lfVe have Iorgerl our way to the junior year, every clay growing more anfl ntore aware of our limiteil lcnowletlge anrl of the great cleal that is expected ol' us. XVith the encl of the year not far off, we all take up this ohl, earnest prayer: "Oh, to be a senior anal learl a life of endless leisure." L, 'I I iS' 11 49 M E D I C A L S C H O O L sophomores . CLASS OFIFICICRS lhfcsidcnf ..................... ........ I FRANCIS N. MVANGOI.IB I'ivv-l'n'sifla1zt .........,. ....... S AMUI-zl. H. JOHNSON .S'cc1'vfary .............. .......... I 'Il-:RMAN SCllMI'l"l' Trcaszzrcr ........ .........,.. W 1I,l,mM Ilfws 50 WM H!U'1'!'U V'I'1I'!"WNl"' W' ml I uulf :W W I Ilmllmlllmllllllllmlll V1 W VH: 1 ww m 5 Quin o"' V V ,H U H IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' W: wx VW Y' ' I 1X..X1XWX,,H,1,,.,,,..,,1H.,,,H.,11,..,1,H.W,,...,,1.HX1H.1,1..,X11.-,X11.4XX1.HN...w..m..w,..w UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURG -Hmmm W .HHH.H 4m-.mmm Al.IlRIil'lI'I', -IUSI-II'Il RH A1.1H.fxsv, Lmvls HHH. ASIII5, WH.l.mm1 SIIANNIIN .fX'1'HlNsHN, IMNIIQI. Alms'l'1suNz:, JH. Avmes, l.l.m'H ROIIICIWS llmmv, VVII.I.IA1X1 Jo ll1cs'r, ,IHHN Mmmw HIINIDI, IHMNH RUIKICIVI CA AI IQHHN, ,l30N.'Xl.I1 Yury: LAl'lc1.1..HH, l'.l,1HlaH .l'.Hxx.fwn Crl,'xl.lf.'xN'l', CIIAIJS L lhxmzrll-:H'l'Y, VVAYNIA: HL'N1zAu ICHIQNSHN, JOHN PAUI. l'lc,fxNlc, AIHHN 51sH.'xs'1'l.xN l'Rl'IICIlAI.'XN, I.l-:s'rl-:la M. ,ll Us f1.'Xl,I.:XtlIIl-IN, Lilcnmsl-1 Iimsls 'l'lHmAs fnUl.lIl!l.lYlXI, .l.xc'm: fiURllUNA, .IUIIN IQHHA1: GN.'Xl!Y, ,IAIHI-:S XfVIl.I.l.XlXI GIMXIIAAI, GLENN Gmlun-1 fHH'NN.'H:1.rc, .IIINUAIIC .l'lx.-XMIS Il HI XVII I IXXI luslfl-H Ilfxwvuulc, R1-:a:rN.fxr.n Al.::lcH'1' IIAIQXXYIIIIF, Nl.xlHcH'l1: .lfllIXll'NIl Ilfxus, XVlI.I.l.XlXI Ilm4Nlcl:, llfxluax' Hume llumllcv, Cflmvcsl-is Ma JfXl'Ql'liS, fqlitllilili JXIIHH-:H JUIINSUN, SAMHI-il, Ilfxnuals, juz. JUIINSUN, XwVlI.l.l.'XIXl AR'I'lIlTI4 KI!-zlflcle, RHIINICY II1Hf1:H l!I"Ii'I' IEANKI-:r:'l', LlI.'XRI.liS XN'Il.I.l.'XIX'l IIN ,WEN ..H,.1H.H-H mm. u.4H..4H.. W H..H..Hw HH1.1111U1111.1,11,.111L.,111..11111.111L.,11Nv,11..XX1..,1,..,,N..,,.H,,,.4,,,..1w.,W.w,.w,. 1H.H11.1,1WH1L..11,..w,..m,.,H...H Class T.0r:,xN, 1N1liNNIC'l'll Mlil.XVIN AIADIISAN, 'l'1mxlAs JOHN NIAIIUNIEY, Jlxmlas IJANHQI. MAN4:m.H, FRANCIS NICHOLAS NIARTIN, 1.1215 ' MAs'r1c1:s, RAWHHNH ICAKIN IXflHmeAv, VVll.l.r.'xm M.H,c1m.M Mc'AnA1Hs, ANmHaxv JActl4soN ZwCAl.lClCSli, JOHN J-'x1H1as, JR. N1l'IiNI1ilI'I', XMII.l.I:XM KUIIN Mcl'1HcHsHN, KICNNICTII MQUNRO NKlli'l'l1N, lfluils Lisle, JH. fJl.All, Graomsla VVH.LlAM, JR. I'1Hclc, IIHWIN RIUIQRIS RANn.'H.r., KJHH. CIIANDLIER ' RASIEI., ll.-Huw Clm1'1HAN RICINIIICRR, Illa1.l4:N MA1u:A1m'r Romsxzs, llowfxnm 1X'l.Il.'l'0N Ros1cNm.um1, IXIIQYIQH RALPH RHNSIQH, lim-I. VX'IIAl.l.XAl OSCAR SCH M l'r'r, IIIHHH AN Scuulxrz, ,lilnvxlum JHSIQPH SIIAXV, II,HmY limvmum SIMMONS, ,IOHN THOMAS SNYIIICR, RUTH VIIQKIINIA S'l'Al.liX'v, Rulzlclvl' VXf'H.l.lAM S'l'El"l', RAYHHNH S'l'liWAR'I', W11,l..fH:H Doxvmcn 4l'0RAlIl'Ii S'HHflf.'xN, S'I'lil'llICN 'l'x2ssmlcl:, CMH. 1"IxI'IIlICNICK VOHAN, RH1..'xNn Cfluxlu Vl1I,IilN, l.lcHN.'HHn IIIQHNAMJ K1-:xml-zu, SMH, X. XV1'rH1ius1'oHN, JUIIN S'l'AN'l'0N , ' 41 H , '-XIV "W" wf' ' .-, V I X X5 X. , I . x I XX f R . Q" ' W X L V . ' 'ff X ii 2 Q QL ! 3' + - ,. Y x f , ' X rf I N K 'f X., H V ,p w mmm my .---V-A X 1 ' wx - M' 'T v 'Win I y ' N my' l , H.Q"Yll3 G' Q "f f W i. 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Since we have experienced some of these proceedings ourselves, we readily understand why the uncivil expressions from the upperclassmen were so evident. Witli the work of the first year completed, we resumed classes with light hearts and greatly relieved minds since we no longer occupied the bottom rung of the ladder. The fact that there were sixty-seven individuals who considered themselves less fortunate than ourselves was gratifying. A glance at our sched- ule was sufficient evidence that we were in for quite a time. lfVe have always maintained that the size of the words which designate the names of our courses should be cut in half so that partial pronunciation would be possible. VVork started in Physiology, Hygiene, Military Medicine, Neuro-Anatomy. and Bacteriology. In Physiology, we began with a study of blood and further along in the course we received our first knowledge of rotating drums, smoked papers, etc., for the recording of muscular reactions. VVe often wonder whether the frogs with which we experimented knew anything about it. liacteriology proved interesting, for we gained a knowledge of those omnipresent microscopic organisms which cause some of man's most dreaded diseases. The practical examination at the end of the course provided a stumbling block for most of us. Only one case of accidental infection came to light, this being caused by a type of Streptococcus. To make matters rather ironical, the student became a patient at Such an inopportune time as Christmas vacation. With our work in Neuro- Anatomy, we began to realize the complexities of the central nervous system. Military Medicine embraced a study of First Aid and medicine as practiced in the Army during times of peace as well as during active engagement in hos- tilities. After a hilarious Christmas vacation, classes were resumed in Physi- ology, and Military Medicine, and begun in Pathology, Immunology, Surgery l'harmacology, and Parasitology. The conception that the study of medicine occupies the entire twenty four hours of each day is completely false. A few moments of each day are required for sleep, of course. Whatever time we have left, has been turned into more pleasant channels. Along social lines, for instance, we claim to have created a new form of entertaimnent by throwing "Orange Parties". To those of the elite who are uninitiated in this novel activity we recommend that they attend classes at the Medical School fully equipped in slickers, boots and protective apparell. Those who are well informed will inadvertently dodge behind desks or turn their heads over their shoulders with that characteristic look of a hunted animal, since this sport requires that a sizeable orange, preferably softened by manipulation-and the past masters in this art are quite prolicient-must lind as its mark, a human target. Aside from this foolishness, however, we do not lack the ability to work when it is necessary and when it is required of us. Although the next two years promise much, it is with no little feeling of regret that we contemplate leaving the years of Laboratory Medicine to venture forth into Clinical Medicine. The years to follow, instructive and enjoyable as they may be, can never bury the thrill of new revelation and uniqueness with which the hrst two years have been so abounding. 52 u Nlvenslryorplrrsa FI'2SI'lITl2h CLASS OFFICERS I'rcsifiw1L1' ............... ..... ..... ......... I 1 I lxmla F. Cosmmvl Vic'4'-l'wSicl'v11f ........... ........... I QLWYN L. l'1lCl.llI Svcrviary ............... ........ v IOIIN C. IAIVGIIIS 'l'1wzsm'ur .......... .......... I lomclvl' L. SUV: 53 U R G H ,N mm Illllllliillll II My I, ' ,, I MII If , ,,,I , W lI"""n HMM WZHMIIJF "V I wlll II IIIW I MI I II II I WWII!! I WIIII I M Is D I c A I. s c H o o I. wiv n of C ,. f I- Class Roll AVI-2, 'I'ImAIAS LEE, ju, IZIxc'IIIeA4'II, XX'II,I,I.xM IIAIIEIS IEAIIIWIN, GEII'I'Iu'IIE VVEIIIIEII IRAIIIIIINNIIII, .IIIIIN NII'IIrII,As IiI4:NNIc'I"I', RoI,:EII'I' LEO, III. I-1uI'm'IcIc, RICIIAIQII JIIIIN HII'I"I'EIcs, .FIIANIQ liI.l.SWOR'I'II CAI'I..fxN, VAIJI, SIMIIN CfI.EvEI.AINII, AI.IIEIe'I' IFIIANQSIS CIIIIEN, II.IIzrII.II M. CIIIIEN, IRWIN JIIs'rus Cusr:IIovE, IEIIIIAII If. Co'I"I'EII, IEIIEENE JIISEPII DI-LKIIIISE, .FRANK IJuIIcIIII1:II'I'Y, RAI.I'II NEI.sfIN TCIIIVAIIIIS, VVII.I,I.-ml CIIAIIIEH ICVANS, I"IcIcIIIcIIIc'Ic UIAIHICS, jk. I:II.I.M.-KN, .IIIIIN l!IfN'I'IIN fIl.lCl'fSUN, Glcfmrsla l.ANuIIIc CLr:rIIII'.Is'I'IcIe, xYII.I.l.'XM IEAIEIISIIN GIIEI-:Ie, GLENN JIISEI-II HAMMI-:IcSm'IIxIIII'I', DIAQK U. I'Ax'Es, SIIJNICY JIIsI'I'II, Ju. lI1aI.IIEIe,, l'.I,WYN I.INIII,EY lIll'tII.XI,Y, XIX II.I.IAIsI Hl'12llI-IS,,ltHIN CflI.I'IAIAN K.xI'mIAN, IIAIIIIY KEIIII, WII.I.IAxI I"I'I.'I'rIN Klssl-:I.I., IJEwI'I"I' CI,IN'I'oN KrI:c'I"I', JIIIIN WII,I.IAxI KrIIII.EIe, CARI. VN'II,I.I.IxIII Kl'IlN, CII.xIII.Es LAIISIIN l.AIxI-., .I NINE C-IIAIxI.I.N f f , , X ,I f4 , ,ff 4 III I Tff ff 'III' .IU I WI ffflnlufbfllf I !G,i',,.""'l II f f I uf, nl ll 'UIHI.Q,'1l'.i if :V I,IlI',,II.IIf.ff-'-1 LESLIE, FRANK GEIIIIIIE MAIi'I'lN, CIIAIIS CLAIII NIIEANS, JAMES 'l'IIuIIAs NIEIII., OIIIAII C!..fXY'I'0N MII.I.EI:, I'.INIIs JIIIIN Mll.I,S, CIIAIILES ROSE MII.I.s, DAWSON ALEXANIIEIQ M0N'I'n:m1EIzv, IEIIWAIIII SARIITICI MIIIIAN, 'l'IIoIvIAs JAMES MIIIIZEIQ, FRANCIS PAIII. Mlflflilll, CAIeI.IsI.E FIMEIISIIN NIl'KlNNllES, MAIQY EYAIAN NICAI.liN, W'II.I.IAIvI IQQIQNNIQIIY f'J'NIEII.I,, .FIIANVIS HENIQY I'A'I"I'EIIsoN, GIIIIIIIIIQ VVII.I.IAIII Rl'I"l'liNH0l'Sli, IZIIIIIIY AIQTIIIIIQ RUICIII., VVII,I.IAM VVIIIIIIIIIIIV SVIIWAMIII4:Iu:EIc, IEIeNEs'I', jk, S'I'IIIIIIs, JIIIIN JAMES SU'l"l'llN, RnIIEI:'I' T.ExIN::'I'rIN 'I'AvI,oII, GEIIIIIIE RANSIIN 'l'Ex'I'uIe, CIIAIILES SIIICINIIIAN UI-IIErsIzAIf'If', IIAIIIIY IKIIIWE lYI'llIiI2IiAlflf, WII.I.IAIxI Cm'oIII-: URIlAl'I'lS, l'E'I'EIz x.'VII.I.lAM VliIiNfll'X', VVILIIIAN Cll.XRl.lfS V0I,NwIcIN, IFIII-:IIIcI:II'Ic XVII.I.I.xxI AI.I1I-::I'I' XAIANNICR, AI.IIEI:'I' Louis VVITIIIEII, IYFONALII NVIII,IfI-', CIIAIII.Es RIFIIIXIKII WI:NIrEI:I.Im'II, JOHN JXNIIIQICINSI JN, YINrzI.INI:, l'AIII. I.uIIIs fIl'1ISI'IM A N, CZIQIIIIIII-3 RIIIII-:I:'I' iinimiwiiiiiiiiiiiiwiii iiimm.iiiiii...iiw..4i ww.. i .iiimmi..iii.iiii.Ui.iiii.iwH..iN..ii...Iimai..iiV...iWiV...iiiniiiiiii...iii...ii1...iiV..ii...4i...Qii.Wimiii-.iiimaiumiH...iiii.ilu.,ii...iii..,iiV..iii...ii...w..-mimi..-ii .imiii...Qii.Uii...ii...i...Mii...i....ii....i.i..i .Uii...m...vii...1ii... iam. ii....ii ii..m....i.i. ....ii..m..i.i ..m....i,..... Wi... ...iii...im..i .iii...ii...im .1i...Hii.-.ii....w....i.... HHNIVERSITYOF PITTSBURGH Class History U ARRY ON"-NVith that booming order sixty-seven embryo doctors rep- resenting the class of '36 were 1'eminded that summer vacation was over and that there was work to be done. However, that terse com- mand which to become the watchword of the Anatomy department p1'oved to he somewhat premature. Dean Huggins, in behalf of the Students' Medical So-- ciety, otiicially welcomed the incoming class at a reception at Heinz House. Fraternity rushing then stole the spotlight during the 1'emainder of the week. Halls were cluttered with small groups of feverish freshmen whispering "which way are you going ?,' Then came the storm. For three months lectures and quizzes had their inn- ings. l"lunged, as we were, into an entirely new course, the first quarter repre- sented a period of orientation and intensive study. With the close of the first section came iinal exams, the memory of which will linger long. liven the most lmrilliant students experienced an uncommon tension of mind and muscle as they awaited to be summoned for oral examinations. Three months of experience wrought a noticeable change. There were no longer sixty-seven strangers, but rather sixty-seven friends all striving as a unit towards a common goal. In looking hack over our Hrst year as medical students we are mindful of our good fortune in beginning our careers under the guidance of such men as Drs. lVlclCllroy, Hooker, Hogg, Donaldson and Smith. ln view of this fact, we may he pardoned for our optimism in predicting that, in years to come, the class of '36 will come to be known as "Pittsburgh's tinestf' MGM-f l'l"'v M ' illlllilllllilll Sm' lit' E5--W0 'iffy' 55 M E D I C A L S C H O O L Mm Wm M N , 4 In Illlllllllllll ll I u Ih n 5:g5::::::Q5:.::::::::::ff::F:::5g55 H TE:::::::f52.LQ12f!::::::?i1 n M w i fW M f ' WMV My If Ml I 4 UM WWF .MH LJ Gt Winn: 'WW ,- u- ""' A l 1 'un wa' liN5l ' N' I W' ,M Wm LL M U' 'W ll dum P W, 'f. mx. 1. UI ,X U W 'lim Wm 11 W-I W N v 1ww vw M W ,HN H' M M, 1 W W'1l1Wx',!W J W ' V ,N 'x w 1 "4 ww ww I :xg 'MN wywml ,MX IU: H ww NUM W U I M n W ' i. MNH UWWfH'q. W ,mwggwlfllwg IUHWM ml fVu M U WUu ummm Alumni .11mil,mimmmi11inllin11will1it111it1iiinin11mil1ui11milmi1mm.ui1mmm1mi1mitllin1ll..11.1.11in11H.iiin111ntllll.11W1llW11mtwil1in11wilit-ilwiiwnnm in11.H11in111H.11.ll111.H1111.111ui1in111W1mi11in11mt11in111W11W11wwwilminwl111-111in111in111H11in11in11in11.H111..111H411.H11V.1111.l111.1111V.1111.11inlwiwiiiiwnmi wi1in11ml11.1111H1111.li1mi1in111.ll1ml11ml11.ll111it111H1ml11miwnniw.lw..iimi1111111V..11V..11V..11V..1mil11.ll11in111.111111111.il11in111.111in11V...ll.-.w.-llww.l.ll 1mi11ll-1111-11wt11H111V.111in11V..11N-1111ll111.111ml11in11ml11.1111in11VH11V..11mt1111-111.1111W1111.11in111-4lwml..llwWw,nmn.Hw111in11N111in111Vit1ww.lw.w..m.. in-null ' ' ' """'1l1llWmllllll""' 1 'Ill llllll 1 lljllfilll, ,ill lil, llllllllllll in 1 1 ll 0 I mllumlllllll l lll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll l In t,,l it lj ill? l 1 Allllill ille llllll ll M E D l C A 1. S C H O O 1. i lli Q J ll The Alumni Association President DEYVAYNIC G. IIIUHICY, ILS., M.D., I".A.U.S. Lecturer in Medico-legal Pathology and instructor in 1.aryngology and Rhinology President of Alumni Association, School of Medicine HS., M.lJ., University of I'ittsburgh lnterneship, St. lfrancis Hospital Demonstrator, lnstructor, and Assistant Professor of Pathology and liacteriology. University of Pittsburgh, 1916-24 Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, and lipidemiologist to U. S. Naval Medical School, VVashington, D. C., 1918-19 Resident, Assistant, and Pathologist and liacteriologist to Mercy Hospital, 1916-24 Consulting Pathologist to lilizabeth Steel Magee Hospital, 1920-21 Consulting llacteriologist to Milk Commission, Allegheny County Medical So- ciety, 1920-23 Medical lixaminer to Coroner of Allegheny County, 1922-26 Past Assistant Surgeon, M.C., U.S.N.R.lf., 1918-19 Post-graduate: Manhattan liye, liar and Throat Hospital, liye and liar lnlirm- ary, and Roosevelt Hospital, New York, 1923 Resident, Assistant and Adjunct Utolaryngologist, Mercy Hospital, 1924-29g Otolaryngologist to Mercy Hospital Contributing liditor, in Charge of Department of Otolaryngology, American Journal of the Medical Sciences Past President, 1'ittsburgh Society of Clinical Pathologists American Association of li'athologists and .llacteriologists International Association of Medical Museums Society for 1Cxperimental Biology and Medicine Society for Biological Research, University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine, Allegheny County Medical Society American Medical Association Member of Theta Nu lipsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha 58 t1V..tWiintiiH-it.rr11intitV..imr1it--4iiiniuminriinwiiniiV.-itirr.iiiV..1it..-ii1.rrit...i1i.Hitmi1iN-it1my1mn11N-iim,it--m.i.ii..rw.. ium1...1tt..it...iii-11W.,imi11V..imntt...w..m..-mrrii ti-r.iiiV..iii...iii...iitmimrtittr.itt.rntt.uti1tr..11V...,1iN.t11N..11i..iiii1.111tr.111H.111...11...1tt.rrttt.H1r...iW.iiV..1H..1ttt.r1i.Mimiiii..1itmiU..11N.rit..tt1..tti...w..m....i,t..m .it1t.i1ii..iti1,Hiit.Hiiii..ir,...w...att..iw. NIVERSITYOFPITTSBURGH The Alumni Association Vice-Presiclent l"l!lGDltlRlUK MURRAY JAUOIS, MJD. Associate Professor of llerlnatology M.l7., University of lillll-2lJll1'g'll lnternesliip, Mercy Hospital Formerly lnstrnetor in immunology Instructor anal Assistant l'roI'essor ol' Dermatology Allilizitecl with lilizalretlt Steel Magee, St. Francis, St. Nargarefs Memorial, liillSlJlll'4L1'll, ancl l'resliyterian Hospitals Member of American Ilerinatologrieal Association Meinlmer of Alpha Omega Alpha, Nn Sigma Nu Treasurer MOR'I'IMIGIl UOHICN. ILS., MJD. Associate 1'rol'essor of l'atl1oluy.g'y Treasurer ol' Alumni Association M.lJ,, University of i'illlSiJlll'f.2'll lnternesliip, Passavant ,Hospital Formerly Mellon Fellow in Vatliology ,'Xssist"nt in l,'atl1olog'y Researelt Hospital, Kansas City Missouri pital, Pittsburgh Member of l'l1i Delta lipsilon, Alpha Omega Alpha 59 At present l'atliolog'ist to lilizabetlt Steel Magee Hos- l lllil-llllilllllllrl t l . ll ll ii i i lllllll l Wm ll il'jllffiU ,ll, il ++ ,ful M E D I c A L s c H o o L An lnterne's IlIFll lf you can get to work when those about you Are all at sea and don't know what to dog Stand by your diagnosis though they doubt you, Yet, being wrong, can change opinion, too, lf you can take the "buck" they pass you without fussing, Yet when you're house man never do the same, Or being "cussed out," don't give way to t'cussing." And et don't look too fierce nor et too tame. Y f If you can think but end your thought in action, If you can act, but think and plan it, too, lf you can meet with either Death or Satisfaction, Nor let one crush, the other exalt you, If you can miss the night's sleep, yet be cheerful, As you go about the next day at your work, lf the unexpected find you are unfearful, And the drudge and "scut-work" lind you do not shirk. lf you can hear an old n1an's talk and be condoling, Yet know the thoughts and fancies of the child, If the mother's fears can End you are consoling, And people's scorn and anger leave you mild, lf you can shoulder blame and not relay it, If you can see them turn your plans all wrong, And, being disappointed, don't display it, Yet make your comment where it does belong. If you can "get along" with Nurse and "Super," And like them all, yet love but only one, If you can do some work that keeps you waiting And withhold your judgment till your work be doneg If you can let your work advance another, If you can eat an interne's meal without complaint, You'll be a real good interne, brother, In fact, you know, you'll almost be a saint. Tomas AND Sl'ZDA'l'lVl2S, J.A.M.A. 60 .111-11-M11 1. A 11111111-...mfAM..-11111. M1 11.AH..H.A .m1..w...11.. .W 11A.1111..1111.411Y..111..111,..A1.w1...111. .1111--11 11.11.1,,,,, 111.111-1111111.11-11...4 1 .H1.....1A1111A.1 m.1A1...... 1 I 111 1. 11..11um1...11...Amu1A-.11.1.11in-11-111mm11.411...mm1-1.1mmA...mm1.11111...11,11111...W...1mm.ut1mm1...11...A1...1111.11A-1111.111H.-11---AW---H ...1R..11.vm.11111....,...11,..1,1...U...1,....,....,,....1.,. .1,....W...1.,..1W...W..11....11,...111...11...1N...1R...11mu111.1111--111---111vu-1----11----111111-1111-11--Anu-1um1I..1H..A...111...1....1...H1....111........1....A...1,...A..1.11.11.1W UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH lnterneships of Class of 1932 flllcgltoiiy General Hospital JO11N F. CAMERON IXARON A. HOCII GEORGE R. lWA'I"l'lIliWS RIANCA R. LIA JOHN F. RLAIR .lirarlzloclc Hospital FLORENCE GORDON Columbia Hospital FRANK 12. NIAIIONICY lJ'lC7'CN Hospilal GORDON JE. JAIANNA JOSEPH C. DQJNCIIICSS JOHN W. LAHLER GEORGE A. DRAGAN ROIEICRT R. MAi'l7.JNAl.IJ llloiitcfiorc Hospital IXHRAIIAM S. HROWDIIC MIQYICIQ A. GREEN SOLOMON G0l.DlllCRG JJAVID L1-:v1sON Packer Memorial Hospital, Sayx ROBICRT L. FINDLIEY HYM EL F1511 R1N JOHN M. PIILI. SYDNEY 1... JOHNS THOMAS G. MAGGREGOR Presbyterian Hospital JWARGARICT li. MASON JAMICS W. M1N'1'1-:ER CARL C. MOORE PAUL I.. MCI,AlN JOHN li. THOM1fsON Pittsburgh Hospital VVILLIAM C. l'iARNI'I'l"l' CARL C. PIOFFMAN Scwicleloy Vallcy Hospital THOMAS H. .HAR'r1fORD CHARLES A. RICIHCR ALIIIN H. FA IHAN 1 South Side Hospital ROY W. F1lf1DI.IiR Strong M omorial H ospital, Rochcst CHARLES E. CLICLAND LLOYD A. IBUSG11 M ARGARICT R. RA Ii IER W1N1f'H-:LD ll. CARSON JOSICPH L. CHICK ROGER W. 13LA1sDELL St. Francis Hospital St. .lolirfs Hospital IQALPII G. FABIAN JAM1-is IWOORI-L JOHN A. NlI'l'ClIliI.L J AM Es W. STIRL1 NG JOHN G. W1-zlxl-:L P1-111.111 J. ROSICNTIIAI. EDWARD M. SCIIULTZ 'c, Pa. GROSVENOR Il. JIICARSON PAUL R. RANKIN lXR'I'l'IUR D. RICNTON 1'IAROLD R. SUMNICR AL11ER'1' J. INGIIAM M AX 1 M O J. TURN ATORE IROBIERT C. SIMPSON er, N. Y. STANLEY J. I.LHsARsR1 GEORGE W. FLOSS St. Vincciit Hospital, Eric, Pa. ALRER1' E. MANGO Western Pcrmsylvania Hospital RICHARD S. CLARR JO11N R. CULLIQN WLLLIAM A. MEssER York Hospital, York, P GEORGE S. WATKINS 61 JOHN I... M. NICILL FRlfIDliR.lC 12. SANFORD J.QS'l'.Il ICR S1 LVIEUS in ir. .ip pin wi mid i :mi lt M E D I C A L S C H O O L ni tlutumii li 1 it lil i if all if QQQQQQQffQQ ll n lf l Tigyfl 'T Vllfi.. Cl Alumni Register 1806 Allison, Thomas Baird .... Boak, Robert Gavcn ...... Bonebreak, john Shnbert Boucek, Charles Francis . . . .'l'arentum, Pa. ...................Unknown ..............Martinshurg, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . .815 Lockhart St., Pittsburgh llriley, john joseph ......... . ................................... Deceased Brown, l'rc-ntiss Agnew ........ Campbell, Charles Cunningham Cardot, Cassius M. .......... . Clark, Omer C. .. Clever, llavid K. .. Cooper, lfdwin S. ..... . Cowden, ,lohn Victor ...... Cramer, Morgan -loseph ................ C'.rawfoi'rl, lirauk Hamilton ............... . liarscman, ,lohn Sattcrlield Cnow dentistl .... Iflliott, l"ri-ilerick Boty ................... lirhard, Ernest Louis ................... liwing, lVilliam Beer .. lfrank, Austin Cleals .. Gardner, lfrank Pierce Gilbert, Levi Tarr ..... llarsha, james Vance Hawk, Mortimer Capsy llayes, ,lohn Hanlin ..... llermanu, Gustav A. ...,. . l-fertzog, Charles Henry Hesser, Andrew ,lackson lligh, Frank G. ......... . llill, Charles A. ........ . lloch, Albert Martin llostcrman, james K. lland, Edward Michael .... Johnston, George Collin Kay, 'Vhoinas XfValter Keller, Thomas Worth Kelso, john Scott ....... Kenny, John P. ......... . Kiehl, Harry L. ...... Kirchner, Louis Frederick .. Kuhns, llarry B. ...... . Lear, Isaac Newton Lee, Robert lf ............ Lewis, Frank Leslie ......... McGranor Wfilliam ackson .... .... ' . McKee, Robert Sprague ....... . . . Mclntyre, Abraham Lincoln .. McNamara, Willis Weiss .... Metzgar, Daniel Armel .... . Minesinger, John Laughlin Moke, VVilliam Theodore ..... Morris, Alanson Filer Bort McCarter, Robert MVinfield Newcomb, Cyrenins J. Newell, joseph R. ..... . Ogden. Zachary Bailey .. Orr, l-larry Ferguson .... Quinn, Luther William ...... Ralston, Samuel lloclgens Rankin, Charles Austin ..... Rankin, Henry lrwin ......... Sandels, Christopher Clinton Sanes. Kay lsaac .. ........ .. Sayers, Clement lfmcrson .. Sheerin, Robert ............ Simpson, William Winfield Singer, flacob Daniel ....... . Sprowls, jesse Addison .... Stafford, Alvah Mortimer Stahlman, Frederick C. Stieren, Edward ..... .. ..... 62 Logan Trust Bldg., New Kensington, Pa. .......221 Wick Ave., Youngstown, Ohio ................................Ueceased ................VVorlhington, Pa. ..........................Unknown ...T22O S. Mill St., New Castle, Pa. ..........238 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. .....IOI W. 86th St., New York, N. V. ............................l'3eceased . . . . . . 1216 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh .......................Deceasefl .....437 Ohio Ave., Glassport, Pa. ............................lJeceased . . . . .Diamond Bank Bldg., l'ittsburgh . . . . . . .511 Olive St., Seattle, Wash, ....................Scottdale, l'a. . ........................ Houston, Pa. .........47o Maple Ave., Blue island, Ill. ...234 li. Federal St., Youngstown, Ohio . . . . . . . .202 S. 2Illl St., l-lamilton, Ohio ............................l7eceased ....IIl-44 zootli St., Hollis, L.I., N.Y ..........................Deccased ... . . . .Jenkins Arcade, llittsburgh .....................lJeceased ..........................Unknown ........i2I3 State St., Coraopolis, lla. ...2I7 R. Amelia Ave., Orlando, Fla. .........................,.lJeceased ............................Unknown .......74o California Ave., Avalon, Pa. ....l506 Market St., Youngstown, Ohio ............................Deceased ....67 LeMoyne Ave., VVashington, l'a. ............................Unknown .... . ....Vandergrift, Pa. . ..... ...Unknown .......Unknown ...............................Unknown .St-"ond Nat. Bk. Bldg., Connellsville, l'a. ...............................Unknown ........................Unknown .....foa lircclflock Ave, Braddock, Pa. ............................Deceased ...Wifi Liberty Ave., l'ittsburgh . , . .6 oi lfamilton Ave., Pittsburgh ........................Deccasccl .....Bellefoute, l'a. ..................llays,. Pa. .....................l7eceased . . . . .R IJ. 2, Woodburn, Oregon ............................Unknown ............26l Shady Ave.. l'ittsburgll . . . . .Masonic Temple, Mclsfcesport, lla. ............................Beceased ....Westinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgh .........................l'Jeceased .................Hawthorn, Pa. .............Unknown . . . . . . . . . . .New Brighton, Pa. ....................Brighton, Michigan ...........l.'ost Office Bldg., Donora, Pa. .....6o7 W. I8Otl1 St., New York, N. Y, .......................Waynesburg, Pa. ...Union Trust Bldg., Bittsbiirgh iiiniiiiniimriiiniiiniiiniiiniiimriiiniiii..iii.Hiiiiniimiiiiiiwiiiiwiwmii iiniiiiniii-.4iiV..iiinriV..iiiurw..w..m..iii..nmtii--Iiiinriii..iri..ri.Hrrr.Nrri..rrWr,..wr..rr iiiiinrr,mrr...rrmniimyitiiniirimiiniiir...iiiniitii..ii,imiiinrmuiirmim.riiI..itinrrrmit.-rrrinrrN..itinrH..rmirii..iiWiii.iiii..itiii.iii..itrtmrri...ri.Uiitiniii...itriniriii.,iiimHw,,r,..w....i,ii..r UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH iin-ii...4iin-iimii...iiii.Miiii.iit...w..w..iiii...4ii..i iii.iii...4w.-it iii.-rmiiwiwi .irimii.Hiru.,r...riii.riiimiiitiii..-w..4iii.wi..m Swope, Lorenzo VV. ...... . 'I'lirockmorton, Charles B. .. Tintsman, Abraham Lincoln Thompson, Crawford LeRoi 'l'hompson, James Ilaslett Van Giesen, Thomas Lee .... VVarnick, john VVilliam ...... Williams, Samuel Theodore .. XVilsou, John McCullough Wilson, Roy Alexander ....... VVilson, Stanley Saviors ...... Van Horne, Cornelius Edward Acker, George B. .... . Andrews, Charles S. ..... . Ankney, flidward Gritlith .. Baker, Everett Minner ...... Baker, Marcellus Harold .... Berg, Gustav Frederick .. Bierer, NfVilliam John ..... Bigger, William Martin .... Black, Samuel McCune .. Boale, john Archibald Boggs, Russell l-lerbert ...... Boyd, 'lsaac N. .............. .. Brown, Nathaniel VVeede, Jr. .. Brungard, Otis Daniel ....... Burke, john Grant ..... Burkhart, lfphraim J. Burns, Willard james .... Buviuger, Charles l. .... Caveu, VVilliam A. ...... . Clarke, Charles VVilliam Clever, 'l-larry Stoddard Crihbs, XValter Thompson Cubbison. George Andrew Davies, Howell .Cobb ...... . Davis, Alden Ottice Davis, Robert Milliken .. Davison Harry Milton .. llinger, Reuben Escher .. Dowler, XfVilliam Irwin .. Doyle, Prank Moore .... Doyle, Paul Boyton ....... Duncan, 'l'homas Emerson Bagleson. Robert M. ....... .. Bdwards, lirnest Gardner lficher, Charles Grant ...... Frederick. Frank Harlin lirye, Daniel VVadsworth Geho, Ambrose Byron Gclh, Mqi1'1'is Joseph Gray, liarl Pontius ....... Grayson, Thomas VVray ....- Griffey, Albert Andrew ........ Hampsey, Alexander Richard .. Hapgood, Lowrie Payne ..... Heck, Frederick Harry ...... Heintzelman, Bert Snter Herrington, Lee Richard .. Hoegel, .Frank C. ......... . Holliday, George Alfred Ingram, Clarence Hogue Jamison, Daniel 'Irwin ,l'eukius. Davis Thomas ...... jones. VVilliam Albert .......- Kaltenbaugh, Wesley Herron -- Kendall, VVilliam Harvey .... Kcmhart Thomas Albert Calvin .1 1 I , Kerr, Charles john ........ ....--. Kidd, Alexander Robert .....-- King, lsaac Kelly ....... . Klingensmith, ,lames Borhn Krepps, Allen Lewis ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Park Bldg., Pittsburgh ....4221 Clark Ave., S. W., Cleveland, Ohio .........232Q Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh .........................Enterprise, Oregon ....314 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ..........................,lohnsonburg, Pa. ...............VVaynesburg, Pa. ....l-Iighlaud Bldg., Pittsburgh ....... . . . . . . . .Dennisou, Ohio ...................Unknown ....... . . . .Deceased 1307 ...........Deceased . ............ Unknown ....Pleasant Unity, Pa. ...................Deceased ...............................Unknown . . . . . . . . . . . . . .858 Lockhart St., Pittsburgh .....Grant and North Aves., Kittanning, Pa. . . . . . .61 I Hohman St., Hammond, Indiana ................Fulton Bldg., Pittsburgh ....................Vandergrift, Pa. ........................Deceased . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Knox Ave., Pittsburgh ...............................Unknown ....3005 Loveland Rd., Youngstown, Ohio ...............................Unknown ...... .191 Fairtield Ave., Johnstown, Pa. ....I3I jefferson Ave., VVashington, Pa. .. . . . . . . . ...Bessemer Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . .2126 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh .. . . . . . . ....... . .Unknown . . .Unknown . . .Unknown . . . .............. Deceased .....................Deceased . . . . .112 Neville St., Pittsburgh .....................Deceased ......... .... l Ueceased . ...Deceased . . . .Deceased . .. ....... Deceased .. ........ ... .............. . . . .Deceased .................................Deceased .. .1406 NVashington St., New Castle, Pa. Unknown ..6o.t Chartiers Ave., lllcliees Rocks, Pa. ...........15oo Peuna. Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . . .Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Unknown . U... i. l. I. i. 1... i. -. U. ...... 1. '....... i. i. Deceased .510 Hay St., VVilkinsburg, Pa. . . , . . . . .jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . . .201 Fifth Ave., Mclieesport, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . .May Bldg., Pittsburgh ........................Deceased . . . . . .1415 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh ....I9 VVest 33rd St., Bayonne, N. I. Salem, Pa. .............................Deceased .............Ienkius Arcade, Pittsburgh .902 East End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh ............6I2 Chestnut St., Pittsburgh ................Deceased ................lflays, Pa. . . . .Park Bldg., Pittsburgh ................Deceased ...............................Deceased ...............................Deceased ..Pirst Nat. Bk. Bldg., Conuellsville, Pa. .........................Sebring, Ohio .....Bessemer Bldg., Pittsburgh 63 Imi11wilmi1mu1nm11V..11l.in1mi11.H1mir1miIinfi1mir1.H11lim1if.111...iIinIIINIlIW11mi1mi11.ui1W.I1inlmi11mi11mi1in1Imt11lin1,..m..w.uwmm. lil' flip Mi 'M l llll lllllllllllumiuwuuil .lllt 'il il . .i......i i 1" ll . E D I C A L S Lawson, William Edward ..,...... 814 Ann St., Homestead, Pa. Lewis. George Edwin ....... ...239 Virginia Ave., Chester, W. Va. Leydic, Clarence Loraine .... ..... O ppenheimer Bldg., Tarentum, Pa. Lindsay, Isaac Stewart ......................,..... Unknown Mayer, Edward Everett ........ ............ 3 401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh Mayne, james Frank ............ ...................... N orwalk, Ohio MacKenzie, Robert Witherspoon 115 N. jefferson St., New Castle, Pa. McAdams, Robert joseph ........ ......... 4 900 Liherty Ave., Pittsburgh McCabe, Andrew M. ........... ............................ l 'Deceased McClelland, Charles Stewart .... ...12o S. Washington St., Butler, Pa. McCune, Charles Ellsworth ................ West Springfield, Pa. McDonald, jolm Musgrave ........ .......................... l Jeceased Nelson, james Neil ............... ..................... U nknown Owens, Alexander Charles Kingsley ........ jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Owens, jolm Robert ...........,... ......... 3 337 Dawson St., Pittsburgh Popp, james Michael .............. ..1o8 N. Mercer St., New Castle, Pa. Porter, William Henry .... ............ 3 69 Iroquois, Beaver, Pa. Rice, Homer Corbly .... .......................... U nknown Ritchey, Elmer Clark .... ............ ..... l J eceased Robin, Albert .............. ................. D eceased Rogers, Charles Alexander ............... Freeport, Pa. Rugh, John B. ................. ....,.................. 4 30 2nd St., Pitcairn, Pa. Rutherford, james Ellsworth ..,.................................. Ridgway, Pa. Ryall. NVallace Wilberforce .... Home Svgs. Sz Loan Bldg., Youngstown, Ohio Salinger, Simon F. .......... ......... 1 603 S. Clifton Park Ave., Chicago, lll. Sangston, David Hibbs .... .......................... IV lcClellandtown, Pa. Sayers, john Curtis .... ....... 7 06 Main St., Reynoldsville, Pa. Shugert Guy Scofield ..... ..................... I iochester, Pa. Simpson, Alverdi jolm .... ............... S ummerville, Pa. Sloan, Charles M. ....... ...................... U nknown Sohn, I'hilip j. ............ .... E conomy St., Amlwridge, Pa. Sowash, joseph Lauffer ..... ....... 3 O4 6th St., Irwin, Pa. Stewart, john Mc'NlaStCrS ---- ................... l Deceased Stute. john Ellsworth ....... ..... I Jarkers Landing, Pa. Taylor, jolm Proudfit ................... McDonald, Pa. Wagoner, William j. ,....................., ...Unknown Walters, john R. ...... ..... 3 16 Beaver St., Sewickley, 1'a. VVeamer, Charles C. ....................... Deceased Whitsell, Hallie W. ....................... Deceased Williams, Clyde Lewis ..... Linesville, Pa. VVitherspoon, Walter .... ..... I ndianola, Pa. Yeager, Michael George ........ Tars, Pa. Miller, lfrank j. ........ .... ........... ' I 'ars, Pa. Miller, james Albert .... ................ G rampian, Pa. Miller, William l-lenry .... .... ...................... I I nknown Murray, Charles Scott .. ,.... .... 4 21 Broad St., Sewickley, Pa. 1838 Cowan, Walter Howard .... ..... ..... C 0 nneaut Lake, Pa. Dalbey, Ralph Alexander ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ljnkngvvn Fawcett, NNilliam Ellis ..... Howell, Michigan Foster, David Gilmore .... ,,,,,,,,,,,, D cccased Herriott, Frank Elmer .......... Deceased Miller, William Gray .... ...... ..... l D eceased 1839 Aspey, Lewis Sutton .... Beil, Frederick VVilson ..... Black, Dareall Grant ..,....... Blessing, Frank Carl Schurz .... Brown, john Robert .......... Bryson, William Smith ........ Burheim, Clarence George Cameron, William llerron Carothers, Horace Harvey .... Chess, Moses, jr. ......... . Crawford, james Slater Croft, Clarence Clifton .... Evans, David Richard . Evans, Roscoe ............... Gardner, William Horner ....... Halverstadt, Charles Howard Hart, Charles Avery ......... Hartman, john C. .... . Henry, A. jay ....... 64 .......................Scottdalc, Pa. ......,.....................Deceased " ..'.'.110ss Franklin Ave., wiikinsbufg, Pa. ........5208 Second Ave., Pittsburgh 7192 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. Sheffield, Pa. ............................Deceased ....5lI 5th Ave., New York City ....................Smock, Pa. ........................Deceased . . . . . . . . .jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ....74OI Church Ave., Ben Avon, Pa. ..........................Deceased ........................D'eceased .....816 Cedar St., l'ittsburgh .............Perrysville, Pa. .................Deceased . . . . . .Deceased . .. . .Deceased r A 2 1 1iimtiiniiI-itiiniii.ttiii.ttii.ttiiit.iiiatii...ifmtii.ttii...Iiii.ttii.ttiii..iiiit.iti...ii.tiniiiiittwitiiiiitt Hensell, Robert Scott ..... I-Iindman, Audley Oliver .. jackson, Edwin David .... johnson, josiah Barton Kerr, jolm French ...... Lake, Harry Stanley .. Leslie, Frank G. ......... . Martin, Frank Vail ...... McCarrell, David Leander McConnell, Paul George . McCune, Samuel Guy ..... McKinnon, Charles Lachlan Mf:Nish, George Thomas Miller, llarold Applegate . Phillips, Nathan Fiudley .. Post, Frank Smith . ...... . Ribetti, 'Giovanno Tomasso R ubenstcin, Louis George .... Saling, jolm P. .......... . Seaton, Leander Miller Sleppy, Roy Ezra ......... Smith, George j. ........ . Staub, Franklin Benjamin Storer, Frank Morgan Taylor, Oswald Gretton Vaux, Carey judson ..... NVallcr, Edwin Forrest .... XfValsh, Arthur Francis ,... Walters, George VVarren .. VVood. Benjamin Black .... Wood, john Millar ...... Zcrucr, Hiram Elmore Alcorn, john Frank Ambrose, Charles D. Anderson, William ...... Bair, Clarence Edmund Bulford. Daniel Newton Bunce, Horace Edward .. Collins, Wilmot ......... Crooks, jolm Wesley Day, Clinton Homer .... Dumm, Colin Marcus .. Dunn ames Simpson .. , J V . . Elder, James Ifranklin ..... Brrett,'VVilliam Edward .. Petterman, james McElroy Fink, Harry Myer . ..-.- -- Pisher, llerbert Haynes .. s 1 'mines Thomas Fofte ', j. .' 53 .-.- Goehriug, VValter Grim .... Gormlcyi Frederick T. .. Greer, Martin N. ...... Guilford, Edgar William .... Guth, Charles lf. ......... . Hazlett, jesse Hummel .... lleath, joshua Monroe ..... Henuinger, Charles Henry .... Hill, Ralph Lee ....,....... Hotchkiss, Clarence VV. Keuuihan. john VVilson Kries, William Earl .... Lange. VVilliam john ...... Lyle, Charles Clifton ..... Martin, X'Valton Woolsey .. McGeorge, Charles Samuel Mclienuan. james Wilson . Nechem, jolm joshua .... Means, VVilliam Harvey Nallv, Orville Clayton .. Ohlingcr, Loriu Braley .... O'Neil Cornelius joseph . . Patterson, Benjamin Howard Price, Rutherford Reese Ii...Iiii...i1...i.mti.uti.uiiH...i1...i...iti..m...i.i.....i....i tiim.im..im.mt..mmi.....iit...i...ttiit...in...mmf.uiimm...titi...tin...i..........,.............H...........i....i......... .......... ............. ........ ...................,,... .......,. .....M...i.....i......i.....i........ UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH . . . .2865 Glenmore Ave., Dormont, Pa. ...................Burgettstown, Pa. .............................Volant, Pa. Ligonier, Pa. 117 W. Crawford Ave., Connellsville, Pa. Willock, Pa. iown ........Unk1 ......,.Dcceased ..................1-hckory, Pa. ...Deceased . . . . . . . . . .312 5th Ave., NcKeesport, Pa. . . . .715 lsland Ave., Mcliees Rocks, Pa. Pleasant, Pa. ..... . . . 121 University Place, Pittsburgh 410 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. . . . . . . . .322 Adler St., Portland, Oregon .............................Deceased . . . . . .5800 Forbes St., Pittsburgh ... .2320 Carson St., Pittsburgh ....................Unknown H908 May Bldg., Pittsburgh Deceased Deceased i i Amieiricanl 'Missi.on,- Madar, lnilia 1900 ...................Deceased 55 VVyoming St., Pittsburgh ..........0 Crafton, Crafton Pa. .....254 N. Craig St., Pittsburgh .2118 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh Unknown ..Safe Dept. Sz Tr. Bldg., New Castle, Pa. ........................Dceeased .....................Ligonier, Pa. . .211 Eastern Ave., Aspinwall, Pa. . . .437 Library St., Braddock, Pa. 8070 jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ..........................Deccased .............Lawrence Park, Pa. ..........................Deceased ..Clarksville Pa. .320 Fourth St., Ellwood City, Pa. ....,....................Deceased . .Court House, Youngstown, Ohio Stanton, Pa. Wfilliam Pitt Apts., Pittsburgh ....Bessemer Bldg., Pittsburgh .........................Unknown ...........................Unknown ....1301 S. Denniston Ave., Pittsburgh ...........................Unknown .......1534 Lowrie St., Pittsburgh .................Salem, Ohio ...........Unknown .................Vanderbilt, Pa. ................................Unkn0wn .....,...,,,7048 jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .....l'ennsylvania Hospital, Wernersville, Pa. 65 ..Wesleyville, Pa. VVinfield, Pa. ......................Unknown .....53o7 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh . Unknown ,,,, Pittsburgh .....50I Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa. Washington Trust Bldg., Washington, Pa. ................................Deceased .............Lemont Furnace, Pa., R.D. 1 ...........................Deccased .............................Unkuown Deceased sburg, Pa. ' ' 106' 'sf ridiifaii .Ave..,. 'wfiiiiii' ...............................Deceased itllluiit...4iiiniliin1lanlH.llWiil1.4iluilliifiii.lritinllllt.itlH.iiiinlunlitil1niit1ntllHiitlWliii.illV..iiuml1.1n.n...4w.iiwlil iVitiilinllmrllHlrr1.lw.ilw.lWill.ii lwmwlw.-in ...ii...Wml.iiW.iiH.lli.Hll...lll..4m.iiw.flint.--withini.Wmmmlmyiil.Hl1mlil...il1mimill..lll.NiiN.iii.Nl...ll...limm..w..w..n-lwlw..lll.., , ,H li! ll irllllllllg Qld ll ll ll lllll Q l . I I M E D I C A L S C H O O L l I I Ramsey, Harvey Edwin .... Ray, VVilliam Burton Getty .. Rhodes, Frederick Augustus .. Robinson, Clifford H. . .... .. Robinson, NVilton Howarth .. Schafer, Charles M. ...... . Schatzman, Edward P. Seville, David Walter .... Stewart, Wylie joseph ..... Sweeney, james Francis Taylor, james Marshall .... Taylor, Martin Clever Townsend, A. Howard .... Urey, Frank Forrest ...,.. Walker, VVilder Judd ...... VVatson, Charles Massena .... Weiss, Edward Aloysius .. Weller, Edward Vance ..... XVilson, Harry Randolph .. Wirts, Charles Wilmer ..... XVyant, William VVhitheld .,.. Aaron, Charles john .... Albrecht, Nicholas .... Allison, Willard Rea Arnold, VVilliam A. ....... . Ashe, Henry Pattison ....... Atkinson, llaniel Armstrong .. Barkley, Andrew Wray ...... Boehm, George ............ Booth, Bradford Allen .... Bubb, George Summerville .. Cadwalder, ,lohn Septimus Calvin, Robert Baxter ..... Caven, Alva Hays ....... Charles, VVilliam S. ..... . Denny, Clark Bradshaw Dickson, Robert VVatson ..... Ilombart, Nicholas Andrew .... Duff, Alexander McGill ..... Duncan, james Williamson .. Ellis, Charles justice ....... Ellis, Edward Rossiter ..... Elphinstone, james Wade Engle, NValker llannals ..... Fitzgerald, Clyde Arlington .. Foster, joseph ............,..... Gantt, Allen Gilbert fcoloredj Graff, Bennett ............... Graff, Matthew Addison ..... Graham, Edmund Henry Hagan, Arthur Springer .... Herrington, Lewis Marion Hertzler, Henry ........... Hope, Paul Taylor ......... Johnston, Robert Clarence jones, Wesley VVard l ...... . Joyce, Thomas Aloysius .. Kamerer, Samuel Alden Kelly, Frank ............... Kenworthy, Frank ........... King, Victor S. ............ . Knorr, Lawrence Raymond .. Lang, Charles Clifton ........ Liken, Loyal Low .......... Love, james Henry .......... Magee, George Claude .,..... Martin, David Burt Wilson .... McAdams, VVilliam James McCaskey, Francis Howard . McCutcheon, john Curry .... McGarvey, Samuel Curtis Miller, Laird O'Neil ....,.. Minteer, james Frank ..... IQOI 66 ... .3715 California Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . lIO E. Stockton Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . .Box 535, Culver City, Calif. ...........................lJeeeased ....5o83 jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .........................lJeceased . . . . .710 Foreland St., Pittsburgh . . . .7 Sprague Ave., Bellevue, I'a. ....1114 4th St., Coraopolis, Pa. .......................lleeeased . . . . . . .7622 Bennett St., Pittsburgh .....,........Nlay Bldg., Pittsburgh .....Columbia Steel Co., Butler, Pa. . . . .14 N. Mercer St., New Castle, Pa. ........Cope Bldg., Greensburg, Pa. . . . .801-429 .Penn Ave., Pittsburgh .........................l,Jeceased .....1536 Brighton Rd., Pittsburgh City, Pa. ............628 E. North Ave., Pittsburgli Haywood Q Midland Sts., Farrell, Pa. .....2Q0O Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh ....82 S. Twelfth St., Pittsburgh .................Laferty, Ohio . . . . . . . . .jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .............................lJeeeased ...I32 Oakwood Ave., West View, Pa. . . . . . .2217 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh .. ..... ............... Unknown .............................lJeeeased ..8I7 Island Ave., MeKees Rocks, Pa. .............R. F. ll. 6, Meadville, Pa. . ...................... Deceased ........................Deceased .....2IIO Carson St., Pittsburgh ..................Oakdale, Pa. ...........Mount Dora, Fla. ....lfvans City, Pa. ................Republic, Pa. .....................,.Unknown .........6o04 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh .........................Geneva, Ohio ..37IO California Ave., Pittsburgh, l'a. .............................Unknown ..336I 46th Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. .............,Sante Fe, New Mexico ..........63l7 Station St., Pittsburgh .....I7o2 S. Quannah St., Tulsa, Okla. ...........................l.Jeceased .........................lJeceased .........................Unknown ....7o Dunn St., lXflcKees Rocks, Pa. ..........................-lenners, Pa. Pa. ....QOI 5th Ave., New Kensington, Pa. ......722 Penn Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Deceased ..Cokeburg, I'a. , Melieesport, Pa. .....East End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh 1.111355 wailftif' 'sff' ...........................Unknown ...................Concord, Calif. .....4S0 Bowerhill Road, Pittsburgh ....................Smithmill, Pa. ....622 Front St., Verona, Pa. ....1 E. Ist St., Oil City, Pa. ..............lngomar, Pa. .................l7eceased . . . .Rochester, Pa, ..............,.VVoodville, Pa. .................Bridgeville, Pa. .....7I3 E. North Ave., Pittsburgh ..... ...2II Ist St., Butler, Pa. .iiii..iiiii.iiii.iiiiiuit. III.IIII.IIIII.IIi..IIII.IiII..iw.iiiii.iiii..iiii.iii...III.iiIIinIII.IIIII.IIII..iiiii.iiii.iii.wi..iii IIIi-Iiiii..iii..iii...ii..1uitIiiitiii..iiiii.iii-.Wi U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H III.iiiitIIII-.IIiI.Iiii-IIii-.IIIi..IIII.iII..ui.iiii..iiiitiiiii.iiiinIIIitIIIIitIIIiitIIinIIiI-iIIIi.IIIii.IIiiiiiiirriuiiiii-iii.. I-itIIII.IIIiniii..IIIitIIiniiIinIimiii..iiii..iii..iu Morrow, llenry Wilson .... M unden, john jay ........ Osterloh, Charles Thomas .. Parks, Arthur A. ........... . Peirsol, Scudder I-Tart, jr. .. Phillips, Bayard . ........... . Pollock, Alexander Wilson, ji Rinehart,,C-eorge S. ........ . St. Clair, Thomas .......... Sanford, Frederick Goodman Schonheld, Moses ........... Shuster, Arthur Richard ..... Snyder, Francis George .... Snyder, john ,Edward A. . Steele, Thomas Alexander Sterrett, W'illiam jolm ........ Stewart, john lloyd Dinsmore Swanton, Robert Victor ..... Terheyden, William Anthony .... Tucker, Iidwin IJ. .......... . VValker, Charles Ira ......... Anderson, james McAllister . Asdale, joseph Wallace ..... Barkley, I--Iarvey A. ..... .. llehan, Richard joseph Buck, Anthony john ..... Cowan, Victor Wilson .... Curll, Clyde Leslie ........ Diekev, lidward Sonle ....... Dickson, George McCready Dippel, George William ..... Fichthorn, Lewis Leitzell Font, George Wallace ..... Glynn, William Hodgson Critlitlis, David Ernest' Groth, Herman .......... Ilegarty, john Patrick ...... Iflenderson, Walter Lowry .. I-lieber, Harry Chester ......-....... Hogan, VVilliam Clyde ................ I-Iotham, Brentwood I-Iarland DeVere .... jackson, Daniel Fabian .............. . Kuhns. Finley Hill .......... Lakel, Charles R. .. Lane. I-Ienry Clay Linn, james Madison .... Martin, lilizabeth Leiper .... Martsolf, Stanley Miller Maxwell, William Clark ..... NI'cGiI'Iin, Matthew NUWIOII 4- Nleliee, George Laskell ..... Medley, Ilarry .......... Moore, Thomas Frank Viper, Iilmer Noah .................. Resmcrx Norbert joseph ......... ,. . Robin, Luba Natalie fltow GOIIISIIIIIIIT .- Roberts, George Francis .... Schlotbom. Max Gerhard .. Seegman, Simon ........... Scif, john Charles .......... Shumaker, Eclixar Kimmel Simpson, William Lee ..... Stanton, Charles Campbell .. Steedle, joseph George ...... mson Ross W Thomi . 5 . .' .. ..... -- -- Tinker, Hurgoyne Livingstone .. Ioiiens, Adclbctt l.lIT1LI .... Trader, lillsworth j. ....... . VVallgrecn, Andrew Dennett . VVelsh, I-Ioward M. ........ - Addy, Frank Kurtz .. III...II.HIII...IIII.IIIimIIIt.IIII..IIIit.IIIinIII...III...IIIinIIIii..IIiiniiin.IiIinIIit-4IIinIIIinIiIii.III..IIIII.II,...II.HIII.IIii..IiI..IIii.IiinIIit.IIII..IIIi.IIIi.IIit..IIit.IIII.IIIi..IIII.IIIit..Iii...iii.iiiittwii.iii ......74OO Irvine St., Swissvale, l'a. ...........3QI8 Grenet St., l'ittsburgh ....Real Estate Trust Bldg., l'ittsburgh ...... . .1155 Liberty Ave., l"ittsburgl1 .....................Rocl1ester, Pa. ....................Deceased . ...... Assint, lfgypt .................Cassville, NN. Va. .......................Latrobe, l'a. ...I409 NNalnut St., jersey Shore, I'a. . . . . . . . . . . .Union Arcade, l'ittsburg.:h .....IlO Miller Ave., Clairton, Pa. ....226 N. Main St., Sharpsbnrg, Pa. ..............................Deceased . . . . . . . .712 Walnut St., Mclieesport, l'a. .Allegheny General Hospital, l'ittsburgh ........403 Glenn St., Clairton, l'a. ....42I S. Pacific Ave., .Pittsburgh ....48IO Liberty Ave., l'ittsburgh .....32O Ontario St., Toledo, Ohio H256 S. Oakland Ave., Sharon, l'a. IQO2 ----. ....1304 Wood St., Wilkinsburg ....................Unknown ..,.......................Deceascd . . . . . . . . . . .jenkins Arcade, l'ittsburg'l1 .....t5I4. l'enhurst Ave., Baltimore, Md. ...520 Locust St., Klelieesport, Pa. ....99 I-'lazelwood Ave., l'ittsburgh ............Tndiana Harbor, Ind. ...............Adamsburg, Pa. ....35l3 Penn Ave., I'ittsburgh ....... . . . . . . . .Av0nmore, l'a. ........................Deceased ..,......................Deceased . . .816 Buchanan St., Gary, Indiana .....3744 Baytree Ave., PlIISblll',Q'll ......813 Wylie Ave., l'ittsburgl1 .. . . . . . .East Mclieesport, Pa. .....jenkins Bldg., l'ittsbnrgh ... .9 Main St., llradford, l'a. .....................Saltsburg, Pa. 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh 405 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Calil. .....i...............liayette City, l'a, . . ..................... Deceased ......................Deceased R. F. D. .15-c, Warren, R. I. Deceased .. llighland Bldg., ljittslnlrgzh . . . . . . .. New Bedford, l'a, Deceased . . . . . . . Deceased ff ' QQ55'i66.5iti51Ly' 2406.1 ' ifinsimi-,ui Logan Trust Bldg., New Kensinllfml, l"1l- .. . . . . . . . . .. jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ..... Allison Park, Pa. Deceased .............. 3.101 5th Ave., l,'ittsburgh Deceased 907 Roosevelt Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. Wellsburg, W. Va. .. . . . . . . . . .. jenkins Arcade, PITISDIIYLIII . 1037 Chartiers St.. Meliees Rocks, lla. ........... 2420 Parade St., Erie, Pa. ................... Westmiddlesex, Pa. . . 325 Riclgewoocl Ave., West View, Pa. Unknown . 1104 Fast End Trust Bliley, Pittsburgli Leechburg, Pa. 7903 ..... .. Unknown 67 lli limi 5 ll T in 1 nn l'ul M E D I C A L S C H O O L ii l1ll1.111.rrl11All1 111mt.11.1.111.111111.111.11.11.1.11....1111.111....11.1..1....1111.111....111.1.41....11...ti11....1.1-.111...111..111...1111.it11.1.ii...111....111-W..rr Allen, Charles William ....., Anderson, George Charles .... Arthurs, Howard ........... Aye, Walter Albert ....... Barach, Joseph 1-Iamin .... Beacom, Albert Alonzo .... ....1...U1....11.-1.1W..w..1...11i,...iw... .i..1.1i.... Beale, Bertram Alexander .... Boyd, John Albert ............. Bridenbaugh, Charles Su11u1er Bushong. Park William ,... Carson, John S. ............ . Chamberlain, Ralph Sherrick . Cheesman, LeRoy lflopper Chess, Samuel Lewis ..... Coates, George Rollings .. Cook, Charles Ballard ,..... Copeland, William Armor .. Davis, Walter Watkins ..... Day, Jonathan Rayner .... Eaton, Paul ................ English, Bailey J. .......... . lirtzman. Richard l.eonhard Evans, David J. .......... . Eyman, William G. ...... . Fisher, Joseph VVilliam lfoster, Bli Norman ..... Golden, Jolm Francis Haines, Dempsey D. Hankey, Stacy Marlin Hays, George Kennedy .... I-Ienney, Bernard Jerome llolt, John Floyd ...... .. l'loltz, Wilbur Meade Isaacs, Henry Sampson Kerr, Jol111 Elmer ..... Knox, James Albert .... Lyon, Frank Kane ......... Martin, Jolm Laughlin ....... Mathcwson, Franklin Wayne Maxwell, Thomas McCullough MeCorkle, Samuel Clarence ........ McCormick, Robert Fdwiu Le C McKee, Madison McCurdy ...... McKenna, James Bowman McLain, Paul J. K. ....... . McMaster, Gilbert Clement McPheeter, William James .. Milligan, Arthur Bdmond Nelan, Thomas Gibbons .... Norcross. Clarence Bugher Painter, Horace Gibbons Patterson, Guy Egbert ..... Peebles, Lemuel DeVore ..... Rcctenwald, Daniel Lewis .... Rhine, Samuel Bell ........ Richards, John 'Henderson ..,. Sangston, James T-lolmes Sargent, Laurric Dodd ...... Sawyer, Benjamin Clark Schaefer, Arthur Philips Schermann, Albert H. Schleifer, Oscar Carl .... Schrack, Prank Mansfield .. Shidler, Walter J. .,......... Simpson. Spencer Percival Smith, Harry Paulus ....... Speer, l-larvey N. ......... . Steele, Robert Lowry ........ Stoyer, George Washington Textor. Charles Sheridan ...., Thompson, Raymond Alva Trevaskis, Albert Roi' ...... Trullinger, Charles lra Upperman, William A. Van llorne, Thomas C. .- . Officers Club, Pier 60, North River, N. Y. C. ... ......... 1504 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh 127 N. Sheridan Ave., Pittsburgh Chicago Union Station, Chicago, Ill. . ....,... 401 Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh Unknown .. .. 1 140 Hamilton St., Allentown, Pa. Christiana, Pa. Emlenton, Pa. .... 1824 VVebstcr Ave., Pittsburgh 315 l'lutchinson St., Edgewood, Pa. 1612 Tremont St., Denver, Colo. .......... Fulton Bldg., Pittsburgh Unknown Deceased ......... Deceased Vandergrift, Pa. Brea, Calif. Claysville, Pa. Medical Dept. Univ. of Ga., Augusta, Ga. Deceased .......... .538 Greenheld Ave., Pittsburgh Unknown 976 Greenheld Ave., Pittsburgh ............. 3517 liast St., Pittsburgh ....... ....... 120 Climax St., l.'ittsburgh 2880 West Liberty Ave., Dormont, Pa. .. . 326 Washington Ave., Charleroi, Pa. . ..........Jcnkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .,................ Monongahela, Pa. Deceased Deceased .. . 435 Sixth Ave., Pittsburgh Deceased Deceased Wayneshurg, Pa. Parsons, W. Va. . 6078 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Oakdale, Pa. 124 VV. Cunningham St., Butler, Pa. . 3301 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh ......... Mai11 St., Irwin, Pa. ..... ....... Bridgeville, Pa. Unknown Deceased 744 Washington Road, Dormont, Pa. Deceased Deceased 205 S. Atlantic Ave., Pittsburgh 564 Miller Ave., Clairton, Pa. . .......... 3Tl Main St., Irwin, Pa. 48 N. Main St., Washington, Pa. Parnassus, Pa. 747 Warrington Ave., Pittsburgh .... Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh Unknown McClellandtown, Pa. 628 Washington Trust Bldg., Washington, Pa. Darlington, Pa. ................. SZI Lockhart St.-, Pittsburgh Flagstaff, Arizona Deceased 2414 Carson St.. Pittsburgh T-louston, Pa. .......... New Brighton, Pa. Unknown . 1 I00 State St.. Coraopolis, Pa. . . .. 704 Locust St., McKccsnort, Pa. Deceased .......... 625 B. North Ave., Pittsburgh Savings Sz Trust Bldg., Butler, Pa, 400 Bessemer Ave., East Pittsburgh, Pa. .......... 2022 N. 6th St., llarrisbug. Pa. Deceased ...... . l-lighland Bldg., Pittsburgh 68 MS M1 .11,...11....11..11111.1111...11.1111..1111.1111-...111...11...11....11...11,...1,....1....11.11111...11....11...11,1.1111...1....1t. 11,...11...1111.1111...11....1....11....11....1....111..111...11 R S I T Y O VVhitsett, J0l1l1 William Willia1ns, Charles lloyd .. Wyeoff, lrVil1iam A. .......... . Yeaney, Gillespie Blaine ....... Zinsmeister, Lawrence Anthony Bair, Charles llomer ..... Benz, Henry Jflllll ........... Brown, lflarrison lVl0l'lIU.ll .... lirown, James Frroll ....... Buttermore, JOl'lll Sankey .... Caldwell, MCl'lll1 ............ Carrier, William Willis ..,... Chapman, Ira VVellington .... Cloak, Andrew Bert ........ Crozier, Allred VVoolslayer .. F P I Donaldson, James Oswald ...... Duff, James l'lCllClCl'S0ll Kirk lfber, Samuel 1. .............. . Feltwell, Myrtle R. ......... . Fetzer, Sterling Childs ,Fi11dley, VVillian1 lXlCCl'C1l .. Frye, Benjamin Alle11 Glenn, Fra11k D. ...... . Gourley, John Coulter Graff, James lXflarion .. Greig, 'Vhomas George Grim, Jesse ........ .u ...... . lflibbs, Samuel Fvans ........ Hoffman, Charles Winfield lflook, John Styvesant ..... I-lunter, Charles Stowcll lams, Jay Donald ........ Jackson, Charles Duff Jolniston, l:l'7llllf Dallas King, Russell l-lenry ..... Lantz, l-Ierbert' Leslie ..... i.,Cll1llljICl', Charles l'eter Lewis, Orville Garrett .... Ley, Philip Albert ....., Lutz, Loyal Graham ........ McCall, Willis Austin .......,. McCausland, William Sumner . Mellinger, Kirby S. ................. . Mills, William Woolslayer MeCl eary Ord, Edward Young ...,......... . Orr, Joseph 'l'. ., ............. . Patton, Stewart -Gill ......... Phillips, George Washington Potter, Clark Liddell ...... Ricketts, Audley Weller ..... Schaefer, Charles Nicolas Sehill, Joseph JOllll ...,.... Sncdden. Alexander Ross Starzynski, rlJl1C0Dl'lllllS .......... Stockberefer, T-larry J. ........... . Stover. Miles Edwin ............... 'lll10lT1DS0ll. Marshall McClelland Tobey. Edgar 'Albert ......... . WVall, Porter, Morrison Alexander, Ray MeKelvey Aye, Thomas Lee ........... Beitsch, Williaiii Frederick .... Bell, James Edgar Stevenson .. Renniett. George Everett ..... Black, Burton Alexander .... Bloomberg. Senior Solomon liooth, Frederick Kern ...... Brown, JOl1ll Miles Evans Purkett, John Wesley ..... Clark, Howard Fritz ..... Cooper, Cliilford ........ Crawford, John Edgar .. T T S B U R G H .,........... Hannibal, Ol1io Deceased .. . llighland Bldg., lfiltshurgli .............. Clearlield, Pa. Sproul, l'a, 190-l .. ...... .... 419 Station St., Wilmerding, Pa. 809 Gl'ZlllflVlCW Ave., Pittsburgl1 T303 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgli 6319 llroad St., l7'ittsburgh Deceased Deceased ............ Summerville, Pa. Deceased 511 3rd Ave., lfreedoin, l'a. .. . 5000 Penn Ave., l'ittsbnrgh Deceased Deceased ......... .. 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh 553 Centennial Ave., Sewiekley, Pa. Deceased .. ITOT Franklin Ave., Wilkinshurg, Pa. Sliarpsville, Pa. Blairsville, Fa. .... . . .. .. . . . VVindber, Fa. Ulllill0Wll ................... 1201 Carson St., Pittsburgh U S Veteran Bureau, Los Angeles, Calif. Citizens"l'itlel8z Trust Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. 1905 69 Rimersburg, Pa. Unknown ... .. ... Verona, Pa. Deceased Deceased . . 1432 Columbus Ave., Pittsburgh 1742 Rrigliton Rd., Pittsburgh Unknown ...... Fulton Bldg., Pittsburgh 6 S. Main St., Washington, Pa. 6th 8 'ill10l'I11J50l'l, Donora, Pa. Deceased TTS S. Main St., Butler. Pa. Chula Vista, Calif. Deceased 7 N. Duquesne Ave., Duquesne, Pa. .. 522 Walnut St., McKeesport, Pa. Deceased ... . . . . . . . . . .. North Jackson. Ol1io 242 'High St., Morgantown. W. Va. Unknown ....... Veach Bldg., Oil City. Pa. ....... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburirli ,....... Schenley Apts.. Pittsbureh Masonic Teinple, McKeesoort. Fa. ,, ,,,., 4TI3 Butler St.. Fitvslitii'-.Ili Slickville. Pa. . 516 Federal St.. Pittsbtirfrli .... Thompson Bldg., Pitcairn. Pa. Unknown ... . . .. Monongahela, l'a. . Bolivar Fa. . . ................. , . .... .. ......... Rl'?l.CliCIl1'lll'TC, Pa. .. T216 6tl1 Ave., Beaver Falls. Pa. Unknown .. 2516 N. Center St., Corry. Pa. Grove Cl1y,Pi1. Deceased Tai-entum. Pa. 1207 N. Gordon St.. Poniona, Calif. . ...... . ....... Moon Run. Pa. .. . .... Stuart. Iowa Titusville, Pa. . . . . . Unknown ,,...i,,...i,....,i.. .11...11...w...ii.i..ii...W.. ...it11....11..1111.11111...111...11....1.Wit1....1.11...1iii111...11.....11...11....11...11...ii1...it1.W11....1....1.....1....iii.i.im...i---nw mm...ii1...iimi.1ii...1H..1.....tml1im.1it11.itwi1mmni.11.Hit1...11.mi1...11in1.1111.11....it1W11...it1ii.1mi.,....11WitW.11,im1N..1W1...ii...ii1...11mi.iii..im.1i.i..m..4i lk llll il ll l ii, il,':'i'lliilli:H'!l ,M , 1 .lj i iii si . ,E in nu 1 fl valign M E D I C A L S C H O O L lflinger, Michael Calvin .l"eldstein, Harry Charles ............ Fryer, Emma Theresa ................. Gans, Charles Core, Capt. M.C.U.S.A. Gibans, Myer jacob .................. Harlos, William P. ............. . Heath, Robert E. .... . Heberding, John ........ Hepler, Charles Verne .... Howder, George Lewis l-lnber, Walter Ambrose jones, Theodore Howell .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrisdale, Pa. . .. 1552 Center Ave., Pittsburgh 820 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh Ft. McPherson, Atlanta, Ga. ,......... 157 S. Main St., Akron, Ohio 1428 I2lll Ave., Altoona, Pa. Fairehance, Pa. 151 W. Rayen Ave., Youngstown, Ohio New Bethlehem, Pa. West Elizabeth, Pa. ..... ..... Unknown . ..... . .......... .... .. Unknown Krieger, George Lawrence .... ISI Nat. Bk. Bldg., New Kensington, Pa. Martin, William Clayton .... McCloy, Thomas Lloyd ...... ......... McCord, William Charles .....,........... McCracken, George Alexander .............. McDowell, james Rhea, Capt. M.C.U.S.A. McGogney, Clyde Bernard ................ McMurray, Henry Albert . McMurray, Thomas Edward Miller, Adelhert Boyd .... O'Connor, Harry Thomas . Painter, Burton Charles Palmer, Chauncey Luck ..... Palmer, Melville Mack ...... Patterson, William Proudlit Paxton, Cornelius Paul Phillips, Samuel Raymond . Plyler, James Irvin ........ Ritter, David Homer ..... Rudolph, Franklin 'W. liunyon, Walter Arthur Shafifer. William Walter Sigal, Harry M. ....,..... . Silliman, James Willard Silsby, Fred Ward ........ Slease. Charles McMunn .. Snyder, Ernest UlySSCS ---f Stahlman, Thomas Mervin . Steen. William Lewis ...... Stoneman, Madison Ullin .. 'l'annehill, Joseph King Thompson, Elmer James Thompson, Edgar Vance .. 'l'hompson, Harry Gilmore Utts. Charles VVilliam ..... Vaux. David William ..... XV11ll-'e1', David Allison Waller, Midford M. ...... . Warnick, Edward Monroe . . . . . . .. 327 Thorn St., Sewiekley, Pa. . .. 507 South Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. ..... . . . . . . . . . . .. Columbiana, Ohio Woodville, Pa. Fort Sheridan, lll. Midland, Pa. Youngwood, Pa. 1017 Center St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .... 159 VV. 8th St., Erie, Pa. Unknown ... 312 14th St., New Brighton, Pa. Diamond Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh Homer City, Pa. ...... . .. ..... Fairchanee, Pa. Unknown 247 Charles St., Pittsburgh 7217 Bennett St., Pittsburgh Leechburg. Pa. ..... . . 516 Federal St., Pittsburgh New Canaan. Conn. Crawford Co. Tr. Co. Bldg., Meadville, Pa. ......... 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh Bradenville, Pa. ' . ................ Tarentum, Pa. Deceased Wallace Bldg., New Castle, Pa. 1111 Westinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgh 124 N. jefferson St.. New Castle. Pa. . ..........., City Hall, Pomona, Calif. .................. Girard, Pa. 522 Federal St., Pittsburgh ............ 91-13th St., Franklin, Pa. Deceased ... 2l'lfl Nat. Bk. Bldg.. Connellsville, Pa. ............. 4300 Butler St., Pittsburgh Southwest, Pa. 286 Southern Ave., Pittsburgh Cabot, Pa. W09SClS, lf'C0b C- .-------- . .......................... Deceased VVomer, William Alexander .... ......... . .. 110 N. Mill St., New Castle, Pa. Anderson. lamcs Harry Wilson ......... ,. 2407 Starkamp St., Pittsburgh Barrett, Thomas F.leSwiney ..... ..... ...... 4 2 '1 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh Bennett, Newman Hall ......... Bowser, lra David ......,. Bremer. Frederick William Byers. William Craig ........ Carroll, Charles Henry .... Cotton. Robert William Davis, Fannie .......... Diess, William Charles licker, Charles Stanley .... tzisaman. Ottice Norval Emery, Walter Vanalystyne Erhard, Elmer Sylvester .. Fitzsimmons, David Marion Fowler, james Charles Gill fcoloredl Gartlan, John Andrew, lr. ........... . Gilliland olm Frank , J .............., Gross. Arthur Henry Daniel Guy. Franklin Wheeler ...... Heid, George Joseph ...... .... . . .. 736 Brownsville Rd.. Pittsburgh ................. Reynoldsville. Pa. . ............. IIO1 East St.. Pittsburgh Webster, Pa. . ................ 1201 Boyle St., Pittsburgh 600 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks. Pa. .... 511 Diamond Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh Middle 81 18th Sts., Sharpsburg, Pa. Oakmont. Pa. ........ Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh . . 1135 Edgmont Ave., Chester. Pa. ...... . . . . . . . . .. Curwensville, Pa. Zelienople, Pa. 2137 Center Ave., Pittsburgh Wick. W. Va. Unknown 344 Lincoln Ave., Bellevue, Pa. ... 311 Liberty St., New Castle, Pa. Mclntyre, Pa. UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH 1.1111.1111-1111at111.1111W11.11.1111.111-111111.11me1-.1111.11111111111111W11111.111-1111...1me11-..n.1111...11+1.1111 Hinchman, Robert Stockton .... Hogsett, Smith Fuller ..... Hunter, Robert Jo11es .... Jahn, Augustus Henry .... Johnson, Samuel l-larris Lutz, Carl Lawrence ..... Marston, Albion Jason ..... McCullough, Jol1n Fife ...... Meanor, Harold l'lenderson Mel1ler, Carl Joseph ......... Mercer, Joseph Duston ..... Metzger, George ......... Neal, Harry Beecher ....... Noonan, George Matthew O'Sullivan, James J. ..... . Pollock, George We11zel .... Pollum, Jan1es l. ........ . Radin, San1uel ll. ....... . Rose, Daniel Frederick ., Rosenthal, George ..... Ruben, Jacob Aaron ....... Salisbury, William John S111ith, Charles William .... Stollar, Bert Lee ......... VVilson, Charles lflenry ...... Wright, Samuel Shearer VVuerthele, lflerman William .. Anderson, Robert Love .. Ash, Garrett Guy ...... Blackwood, l'lermon A. .. Brophy, Edwin Ellsworth Butz, Robert Carson ....... Campbell. lirnest William .... Cook, Katherine May ..... Davidson, Carlton llarold Eggington, Lee Oliver ...... l2l11Cl'SOll, Howard Bassett .... Fiehtner, Alhon Ellsworth Floyd, l-larry Steely ....... Frantz, Carl Welfley ..... Goodpaster, William Trl. I-licks, Abram Vernon .. lflipsley, Robert Ford .. Israel, lsaac Joseph ,.... Kamerer. Russell Peter Keller, Nile P. .......... . King, Forrest Snowden .... Lamhie, Thomas Alexander MacDonald, Clarence P. .... . 1111.1111.111,...111...11...111...111.11n..11i.1111..ni..111 1..111,..1w..111 1907 Sudan Interior Marick, Simon William ..... ...... . ..... McCormick, George Lawrence Megahan. Calvin Roy .......... lt loore, lrl a1'ry Edison ......... O'l-lagan, Walter Lawrence .... Orris, Charles Sumner ....... Pierce. Carl Freen1a11 ....... Potts, VVilliam Joseph Reed. Charles Paul ........ Reed, Jol111 Chamberlain ..... Riethmuller Albert T-lerman .11111.1111.11111.1111,-.111...1111.11111.1111.11w..111.-11111111111111111111..1n.111...111..1111 iimn. 1.1111.1111i1..n..4n...1111.11 T27 Filth Ave., ltlclfeesport, Pa. SOOI Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Tribune Bldg., Gree11shurg, Pa. 5012 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh 316 Gross Sl., Pittsburgh .......... Rices Landing, Pa. Unknown .. 3Ol Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh . 1226 State St., Coraopolis, Pa. Dollar Title 8 Trust Bldg., Sharon, Pa. Unknown .. T018 Chestnut St., Pittsburgh ,... 936 Church St., Indiana, Pa. . . . . . . .. XNalsenburg, Colorado Deceased i, .Lt5lNl0ll, Ohio TT VV. Long Ave., DuBois, Pa. 606 Grant St., Pittsburgh . . ............ . ....... Unknown Deceased 6030 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .............. Wilmerding, Pa. Ahquippa, Pa. . . . Fayette City, Pa. .......... New Brighton, Pa. ,.......... Pleasant Unity, Pa. . T300 ltlurray Ave., Pittsburgh Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ., 1 Main St., Bradford, Pa. 505 Butler St., Etna, Pa. S16 Park Ave., Meadville, Pa. ....... 516 AI'L'll St., Pittsburgh 316 Michigan St., Toledo, Ohio Unknown Carmichaels, Pa. Deceased 716 Sassafras St., Erie, Pa. Unknown James Creek, Pa. Continence, Pa. 2700 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh Deceased . ..................... Unknown .. 316 S. Evaline St., Pittsburgh Perryopolis, Pa. . Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh . Surety Bldg., Muskogee, Okla. Mission, Addis Ahaba, AhySSll1lf1, Al'I'iCI1 . . . . T23 Beltzl1oover Ave., Pittsburgh ............ 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh .. 3210 Fourth Ave.. Beaver Falls, Pa. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Folla11sbee, W. Va. .. .. 441 Merchant St., Ambridge, Pa. Deceased T60 Brackenridge Ave., Tarent11n1, Pa. QI7 So. Penna. Ave., Gree11sburg, Pa. . .. 1511 Broad St., Gree11sburg, Pa. Indiana, Pa. .. 39 N. Duquesne Ave., Duquesne, Pa. 425 Grant Ave.. Millvale Pa. Righter, Frank Paine ........ Atlantic Life lns. Co., 6th S Main, Richmond, Va. Rollins. Harlan E. ........ ......................................... D eceased Ross. Charles Clifford ................ ..... 1 201 Main St., Woodlawn, Pa. Rupert, David Abram .................. 627 Thompson Ave., Donora, Pa. Sable, Daniel Edward CSabladowskyJ Law Sz Finance Bidi!-, PiffShl1I'tZl1 Smith, Josepl1 Beniamin .............. Starzynski, Thaddeus Anthony Steinberg. Edward Isadore .... Storer, Eugene ..... ....... ... Thomas. Clarence Manley ..... Walsl1, Charles Thornhuy Jol1n Walters, George Foster ....-.- Willia111s, lsadore ............. 71 . . . 328 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. 28OI P01111 Ave., Pittsbxirtlfli llamot Hospital Association, Erie, Pa. Deceased 226 Bir1ni11gl1an1 Ave., Pittsburgh Unknown Deceased I7 W. 71st St., New York City M E D 1 c A 1. s c 1-1 0 o L lllliilluliliiil .1mm,....11-.ii,....1me..-..1.1-..1ii..1We1mmmi111.1.11mi.me1.miit....11...U1...l11...1in...1H.,it1...11...it1...itme1....1me11-1.1me11.111111.111...1in.,11...w...ii....w.. Jenny, Thomas Gotthart ...... Jones, l-Ierbert Leroy .. ..... .. Stewart, Alexander llamilton .... ....... Allison, Clarence Samuel ........ Barr, james Matheny .............. Booz, John Buchanan Ccoloredb Boucek, Frank Charles .......... Bowman, Charles Leon ....... Caldwell, Francis M. Cavanagh, Will J. ....... . Clark, James Woolslayer Conway, John Moore ..... Crawford, Patil lrlume .. Cummings, Ralph E. .. Dixon, John Clarence .. Edgar, Joseph Calvin ..... Evans, Daniel Matthews 1908 l lllllit llllll ill . will iiii dill ll ll' lllll ll l A T 1 U 11,1 ,,,1 . ll Nl' "' l Penn 81 Negley Aves., Pittsburgh Deceased Indiana, Pa. Deceased Deceased .. . . . . . .. 2137 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh . . . I442 Pennsylvania Ave., Pittsburgh 137 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh Coverdale, Pa. .... lfVestinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgh ........... 5173 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh jenkins Arcade, I'ittsburgh . . Medical Arts Bldg., Oklahoma, Okla. Bentleyville, l'a. Deceased 391 Washington, Oakmont, Pa. Unknown Stoneboro, Pa. Ferringer, John Edward .................... Fischer, Nathaniel Arthur ..................... .. Fisher, l-larrison Horton, Capt. ......... Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh Scott Field, Belleville, lll. M.C.U.S.A. ................... . Frost, William Calvon ...................... Goodwin, Ralph Dana ..,................. Cvrekin, ,lacob J. ........... . l-lamil, Clarence Alexander Heller, Percy Kaufman .... l-lodgkiss, James .......... Johns, William ......... :. Johnson, Chester Binns .. Keebler, Charles Barton Kennedy, David Dickey King, Clarence Eugene .. King, Richard Andrew Kohn, Martin Edward ...... Lackey, Sylvester Jacob Latimer, Nan May ....... Magee, Frank Earl ...... Marks, Orrie Lester ...... lvlarshall, Calvin Clifford McKinley, A1'tl1ur Clifton Mehl, Omar l-lugo ........, Mulvehill, Vincent John Murray, Arthur Thomas Plummer. Lydia l-larding Probst, Wunibald john .. Rafferty, Donald George Ramsey, Bryon Towe ...... Rossiter, Frank Saylor ....... Schmidt, Albert Theodore . . . . Sell, Milton Sylvester ...... Simpson, Ebert T. ....... . Slagle, Augustus Ira ......... . 719 Braddock Ave., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric Ave., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. .............. 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh Ligonier, Pa. Rochester, Pa. 5150 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . 1236 Franklin Ave., VVilkinsburg, Pa. Allison, Pa. 634 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa. . . . . . . 5803 Darlington Road, Pittsburgh Elmora, Pa. 2517 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh . 8100 VV. jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. Clarion, Pa. . .' ........................... Deceased I, O. O. F. Bldg., Oil City, Pa. 53l Brookline Blvd., Pittsburgh .... . . . . 427 Charles St., Pittsburgh Brookville, Pa. 130 Gordon St., Edgewood, Pa. .. .,...... ......... C arrolltown, Pa. Nineveh,Pa. 614 Chestnut St., Pittsburgh Phillips, Malcom llay ....... .... .............., ,.,,,,,, ,,,, Know Mrs. L. l'l. Barnard! .. Unknown Smith. LaMonier .............. Spiegelglass. Abraham Bennett Stewart, John Murdoch ........ Stewart, Vlfilliam Tohn ....... Swenson, Karl Joshaun VValker, Bryon Porter .... VVhitaker, Lewis A. ..... . VV0od, VVilliam Thomas .... Allison, Wesley Lee .... Baldwin. Clifford Cecil ..... T909 Beers. Franklin Emory .......... . Bernhardy, Harry Walper ............ Black, Emmett .......................... Blair, Ada Belle Know Mrs. Mackcyl Bliss, l-Toward Clifford ................ Broadhurst, VVilliam Schuler ........ Brown, Louis Montgomery Bulger. Alvin Edmunds ........ Cartwright, George Arthur .. Caskey, Walter Harold ......, 72 2004 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh .. .......,..... Pass Christian. Miss. 131 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. 7467 McClure Ave., Swissvale, Pa. 612 Pe1n1 Ave., Turtle Creek. Pa. Deceased 213 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. Vaudcrgrilt, Pa. .... 3lG-20 Pilfli Bldg., Pittsburgh .. . 417 Main St.. llackensack, N. I. Marion Center, Pa. Deceased Journal Bldg.. Portland, Oregon ............. West Monterev, Pa. Weirton. W. Va. Deceased .. .......... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh 107 S. Main St., Greensburg, Pa. Unknown Rochester. Pa. Arcadia, Calif. . . 1230 22l1fl Ave., Altoona, Pa. Vestaburg, Pa. Imperial, Pa. Woodville, Pa. 620 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. Deceased Dept. of Public I-lealth, Pittsburgh Cave, William Arthur ...... Chatham, Edgar Thomas .... Cornelius, Margaret lsabella Davis, Nelson Parke ........... Douthett, James Clark Bruce Dunkle, John Melvin ......... Dunn, George DuBarry ..... Farquhar, John William ...... Fawcett, Charles Emerson Ferner, Joseph Johnson ..... Freed, lsadore Emanual .... Gardner, Christopher C. .. Goldsmith, Maurice Frank .. Heid, Austin Bernhard llelling, llenry Ellwood Hoffmann, Norbert Louis .. l-luth, John Adam ....... Jew, Henry Darby Lewin, Abraham B. .... . Lindsay, James Adams .... Logan, James Clarke .... Mackrcll, John Spratt ..... Marcus, Samuel Jerome ...... McAdams, Edward Calvin McCullough, Thomas Leith .. McLallen, James Irvin ...... Pardoe, Edward ........... Parry, Roger Sammons Patterson, Floyd Grant ...... Ramsey, George Washington Reiter, David ............... Rock, Norbert Francis ..... Rote, Frank Conrad ......... Rubinsohn, Samuel Lewis ...... Sehlanger, Frederick Alfred .. Shanor, Charles Krauth ....., Sloan, Aida ............... Smith, Charles l-lerrod .... Smith, John Henry ..... Snyder, Oscar Burton ..... Swann, George ................ 'l'hunhurst, Wilford Lloyd ......... 'I'hrockmorton, Charles Wesley Vaught, llarry Charles .......... Weiner, Benjamin ............. Wymard, William Henry Yielding, Arthur Tallas .. Zicg, George Arthur ........ . .. ..... .. Allison, Viola Zoe fhflrs. Johnstonj Almqucst, Benjamin Rudolph ....... ..... Armstrong, Robert Bu1'ns .... .. Benz, Rudolph William ............ Blick, William ...................... Breene, 'flieresa G. CMrs. Baumj Bruner, Paul Lenoin .............. Calvert, Joseph Franklin .... Cameron, Donald vVilliam .. Cratty, Alfred Recd. ..... . Cunningham, Paul Eli ..... Dietz, Charles Klinestcver .... Doran, Joseph Francis ......... Drauga, Muriel CMrs. CassJ Duff, Alfred VVilliam ........ Filer, Valentine Burton ..... Fleming, James Carlisle .... Flood, Henry Clement Foeer, Raymond Leslie Gillis, George 'Hiram Goldberg, Samuel ....... X Guy, William Harvey ........ . Hauck, Charles Anthonv ......... Highberger, Harry Lawrence .... Hufiford, James Frank ......... Hull, Logan Earle ........... 111....11....i.i........ii...w..1V..111..111...11,...11.....1..1.11....tt...11....1.....1....11....1-....11i..1i.....i....i.....i.... .mt1....n..ii....i1.....i...,....1....,.....u..ti.....i... 1,mtit....1...tit11...1ui..1...ui...tt1tt...1tu..it...H1...ti11.mu11...1.....1,.....1....1...ia1...111.-it1...ii1...-ill...1....iii.......1H...1.....,....1...Uin...1...............11.1.11.i.........1.mt1...ni,....i1.i..i1....-.... UNI Ensirv or PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh Jenkins Arcade, ...... . 34 Bonvue St., 310 College Ave., Beaver, l'a. 629 Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh .. Safe Dep. 81 Tr. Bldg., New Castle, Pa. 117 E. Diamond St., Butler, lla. Pittsburgh Deceased Cahfornia, Pa. .......... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ... 631 Ferndale Avc., Johnstown, l'a. Deceased . . 832 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. .......... 3459 5111 Ave., Pittsburgh Unknown .... 13-5th St., Ellwood City, Pa. 231 Oneida St., Pittsburgh Natrona, Pa. .. 2306 Arlington Ave., Pittsburgh .. . . . . ISOQ Carson St., Pittsburgh 709 Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh .. . 113 W. Walnut St., Titusville, Pa. . . . . . . 3944 Liberty Ave., l'ittsburgh . .. 1407 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh ... Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ... .. Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . Maple St., South Fork, Pa. Unknown . . .... Wingcrt Bldg., DuBois, Pa. .. . .425 Burton Ave., Washington, Pa. Unknown ... 2336 California Ave., Pittsburgh 5426 Second Ave., Pittsburgh . . . 5748 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Deceased .. . . . . . 333 Beaver St., Sewickley, Pa. . Maimonides Hospital, Liberty, N. Y. Arnold, lla. Jared St. 81 Washington Ave., DuBois, Pa. First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Greensburg, Pa. McDonald, 730 Penn Ave., Wilkin ... . 5200 Butler St 1225 Highland Bldg., . .. 1008 Cedar Ave., Jenkins Bldg Ida Pa. sburg, lla Deeeaser Deceased Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Deceased Pittsburgh i Pittsburgh Pittsburgh ......... .. Jenkins Arcade, Grove, Iowa ... 465 S. Beretania St., Honolu ......... . . .. Jenkins Arcade, lu, Hawaii Pittsburgh Unknown City, Pa. . . . 3.42 S. George St., York, Pa. . . . Vlighland Bldg., Pittsburgh S11 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh Franklin, Pa. .. . 221 W. Pine St., Shamokin, Pa. .. 755 Franklin St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .... .. . . . . . . . . . Sir-rre Madre, Calif. . . . . . . Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .. 210 E. Main St., Titusville, Pa. . . 646 Herron Ave., Pittsburgh Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh ........... Hollidays Cove, W. Va. Wiconisco, Pa. . . . . 536W Fifth Ave., lX'feKeesport, Pa. ... . . . . . . . Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh 427 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh ................ l-lerminie, Pa. Elrama, Pa. 1219-13th Ave., Altoona, Pa. li limi: it 1. ww ...t , ii il lllll . ' ,,,.. ,lllilil il .,, ll lil 1 ll it lil ll' Jill ix li-11 X N.-ill li will il' ll ll'l""llll'lllli'l""l ll 5 M ez D 1 c A 1. s c H o 0 1. lil llliillilizllhliininai l WWWMW,IWHWWWU,VH,,,ul,,,In,,,N,,mlWwmmm,,,,YN,,,,HWN,WIn,,miWWUWWHW,W,,,In,,In,,Km,W,,ml,,,mwmW,,m,, lmmmml,,W,,m,mmmW,,,m,,,m,,mmumWmmW,,m,,,lm,,,Wm,mmumm,,m,m,,,m,,uwm,,,,m,,WW,,IWlm,,Im,Wummm,mmwmw ."!"1 'Mila 11 lib", ,i ummm mImmWl,,,,, i Jack, Myrtle M. ......... . Kelly, John Clarence ........ Kennedy, Clarence Eugene .... Lang, George Washington Lcibold, George ............. Lichtenstein, Meyer Beniamin Manley, Thomas Henry ..... McCauley, John ....... . .,.. . Mcyerson, William ...... Mills. Stephen Roy ......,.. Moore, Chalmers Byron .... Morgan, Joseph Schirmer Parks, Lewis Bernhard .... Poellot, Cleophas Earl ...... Reed, Norman Stewart ..... Riekenbaugh, Calvin Rudolph St. Peter, Montreville Alfred, Sclnnid, Henri .............. Scott, John Milton ......... Seaton, Lewis Hiram ..... Shaffer, David Howard Sharp, James Renwick ..... Shuman, Joln1 William ....,.. Sicrakowski, Chester Stevens Umburn, LeRoy ........... Vicslet, Victor Pierre ..... XVagener, Carl Kaiser ...... VVakelield. John Garlield .... Walters, Charles Grover .... VVatson, VVilliam Summers . VVeiI, Grover Cleveland ..... NVeimer, Edgar Stanley NVinter, William John .... Wood, Harold Barrett .... Zabarenko, Samuel ...... Bailey, Carl Henry ..... Bazell, David Louis ....... Bode, Frederick William Brown, Jesse O. ........... . Cameron, Alexander Carlyle Capt. M.C., .... .... Unknown 219-6tll Ave., McKeesport, Pa. Whiteman St., Yellow Springs, Ohio ... . 1436 Potomac Ave., Dormont, Pa. .. 818 Cedar Ave., Pittsburgh . ... . . .. 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh ......... .. Peoples Bldg., Tarentum, Pa. ... Ist Nat. Bank Bldg., Santa Ana, Calif. 630 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . .. Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. New Galilee, Pa. ... T7 Stratmore Ave., Crafton, Pa. ... ZI4 W. Market St., Cadiz, Ohio Bridgeville, Pa. ... ..... . Warrensville, Ohio ............,.. 136 W. Louther St., Carlisle, Pa. U.S.A. ............. Fort Omaha, Omaha, Nebr. ............... Home Sav. Sz Loan Bldg., Youngstown, Ohio Coen, John Allison ,......... Connelly, VVilliam Jolm ..... Darrah, Leo VVallingford Davis, Henry James ....... Davis, James Reed ......... Davis, Samuel Rosemond Dick, Paul Geowey ......... Dodds. Wallace Templeton .. Donaldson. ,Arthur V. .... .. Douglas, Edward Wark .... Douglas, Jean Smith ..... Drtina, Adolph Luke ...... Enderlin, Albert Joseph Ferguson, James Walter .. Graham, Charles Robert Graham, Walter Glenn .... Grogin, Paul B. ........... . Habrowski, Walter J. ..... . Henrici, Arthur Trautwein .. Herman, Charles Edward Herron, Thomas Basil ..... Jones. Enoch Lorraine Kartub, Nathan Kasal .... Landis, Stephen Shaffer .. Larimore, Fred Campbell Lasday, Louis ............ Lebeau, Samuel Israel Lewinson, Bella ....... Lewis, Henry Lee .. Linn, Jay George ...... . McCal1ill, Morton M. .... . McGregor, Vtfilliam John Moore, Roy Jolm ......... Scio, Ohio . . . . 236 Lincoln Way, E. Chambersburg, Pa. ........,.... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ............ Veacli Bldg., Oil City, Pa. . . 2007 NVilshire Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . . . . . . T7 George, Mcliees Rocks, Pa. . . . .............................. Albion, Pa. . First Nat. Bank Bldg., Charleroi, Pa. ...................... Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh lfrankstown Sz Laketon Aves., NVilkinsburg, Pa. ............... . . . .. 2132 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh .... Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh .... 1421 East St., Pittsburgh ..... .... Wind Ridge, Pa. ... . .. .. 2312 Carson St., Pittsburgh Jenkins Arcade, 1911 .... . . .. 233 E. State St., Sharon, Pa. ... . 2812 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh Empire Bldg., Pittsburgh ......... Ellwood City, Pa. ....... II W. Sth St., Erie, Pa. Unknown .... ITT E. Main St., Carnegie, Pa. Ellwood City. Pa. 7lQMv K St., Saeremento, Calif. .. . 1016 Church Ave., MeKees Rocks, Pa. 6356 Frankstown Ave., Pittsburgh ..... 55 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill. East End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh 2 W. Pike St., Canonsburg, Pa. Wooster, Ohio Wooster, Ohio . . . Medical Sz Dental Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 133 Dcsgler Ave., Columbus, Ohio ............. Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh 25 Market St., Brownsville. Pa. 7423 Race St., Pittsburgh 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh Deceased ... Univ. of Mi11n., Minneapolis, Minn. .. .. 225 Carothers Ave., Carnegie, Pa. 529 Sehoonmaker Ave., Monessen, Pa, Munhall, Pa. CLicensc RevokcdJ . . .. 2146 N. 2llCl St., Harrisburg, Pa. .... 2539 P01'l'ySville Ave., Pittsburgh 4015 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh ........ .... 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh ... Beth David Hospital, New York City Unknown ... ... . .. Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .., . . . . .5204 Second Ave.. Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .901 Wood St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .... ....I5o6 Market St., Youngstown, Ohio 74 l 1 i 1 l ...nl - 1nunitii.innn....,,,,.,,,,,, 1I.-.ii1H...11.1.111....11my1,...1,...11...i1....1tm.11mi1mi-1in1I-inI.-it1...itH...1....11H..1mm,...11...I11...11.ut1,...tN...1......H...1N...1...H1...N....11...ii1.mi......1im11-...11I--11--.n...n.n....i.. 1........1I...nm1,...,mn,...1.l..ni-.n-...W-n ...1tml1...Hmm,...ui1...HN...111.in1.....i......1H...11....1.....1...n...ii1H...11...Q...tn...ii1...U...tt....it,...1..........11uw....11....l................,il...n.....i....i.....l ,... .......min...ll...........n U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G I-I 1.1ii.-nn.n.n.i...i nnnn.111..11it11.111I..it11-111it.ii11I-111-.it11.ii111.11it.ii1111.1it1.1111I.1itinn.in.nn.wi.. .Hffwg - 1i.nnnnni.ini.1111I11111.1111..in..ln..n..nl....11.11111.11111..111in1111I1111.1111..i111itni..n..ni...n..i ...11...in..n..ni.ni.n1.H11...n..ni..ni-nn Moyer, Ray Paul .... Nevins, Harry ............ Odbert, Arthur Keys ....... O'Neal, Harry Alfred ........ Peterson, James Rumbaugh Polk, Oscar Ognatius ....... . Rimer, Frank Hogan .......... Rittenhouse, Harry Holman .... Robinson, lidith A. Carson .... Robinson, Ralph Vincent Sammons, William Phillips .. Scolield, Charles .......... Shaw, Henry Alexander .. Simon, David Lewis .... Smyth, John Lawrence .. Speedy, Hal Laureston Stelfy, John Logan ......... Stevenson, William Blaney Swindler, Charles Mathews Van Doren, Frank ................ NVood, VVilliam Howard ............. Writt, William Morgan feoloredi Ashinsky, Nathan .... Ayres, Robert ......... Beam, liugenc Cecil .... Bierer, Charles Dana ...... Botkin, VVilliam Lester ....... Burchfield, William Clinton Campbell, Robert John ..... Campman, Clarence Carlton Carothers, John Richard Cooper, Thomas Logan ....... Dawson, Stephen Augustine Duncan, Ira Clifford . ...... . lTzmura, Andrew Peter Felker. VVilbert ......... . Galbraith, Jolm Hughes Giles, lAlenry James, Jr. Grajewski, Leo Edward Grazier, Harry Lyman ...... Hammett, James Marshall .... Harris, Charles lillsworth Hazlett, 'l'heodore Lyle .... Ileinrich, Howard Herman Henry, Edwin Blair ....... Hill, Homer LeRoy Hollander, Lester ...... Jackson, John hluntz .... Kerr, John Cleon ........... Ifusmin. Harry ................. Lichtenfels, Frederick Victor l.ichtenl'els, Russell Cleveland .... Manning. Milton F. ........... . Martin. Ralrh Sumner ..... . hlcCague, lidward loseph McMeans, Joseph William .... Miller, John Lada .......... Monagan, VVilliam 'llenry Moore, Charles Con ...... Pearce, Samuel Bemis Permar, Howard Henry Ratner, Simon Harry ..... Schelicer, Carl Julius ...... Scott, Zaccheus Roscoe .. Seipel, John Howard Seitz, George Cullison Shaffer, Thomas Mason Shirey, Charles Wesley Sickman, Albert Stilley ......- Snitzer, I-Tenry Morris ......... Stanley, Rose IT. CMrs. Vatesl -- Stein, Carl Herman ......... .- .- Stevenson, James Wylie -. 11...111.ii11I..11111.1111..1111I..1111..i111in1111.11111..11111-1111...it1ii.11111..1111..1111I.111...111.111111...1,...111..11ii.nnn..ni..n.nun...n,..n ..n..ni..ii...n..in..ln...n...n. i.n..n...n..... ...,Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh .. .. ..... 5204 Butler St., Pittsburgh Brownsville, Pa. ...........................Brookville, Pa. . . . .Medical N Dental Bldg., Seattle, Wash. . . .. 816 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. ... . . . .Jenkins Arcade, l'ittsburgh ..................Bl'lKlgCVlllC, Pa. .....532 Clemensha Ave., Pittsburgh . 7o18 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgli ...,Riley Law Bldg., XNheeling, NV. Va. ......................Struthers, Ohio .........2223 Carson St., Pittsburgh . ...Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh Unknown l Deceased f E56 'small' ivi5iiiA.1'ia'iQfQiQ,' 's.ii3i.i 'ii'1miQtt,' Cui. Deceased lleceased """"""'H'fffffffffl's'.i'f1'siQilf, cnt-elim ..........,....."l'arentnm, Pa. 106 Idaho St., Farrell, Pa. IOI2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2031 Centcr Ave., Pittsburgh . . . .300 Shiloh St., Mt. Washington, Pittsburgh .............2232 Summit St., Columbus, Ohio ......Fayette S. K 'l'r. Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. .. . . . . . . .First Nat. Bank Bldg., Charleroi, Pa. ....I2T21k E. Washington St., New Castle, Pa. ............... . . .Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .............. . . .XNest Middlesex, Pa. .........................Smock, Pa .. 4081 North St., Logansport, Indiana ...Faith Hospital, St. Petersburg, Fla. ....................l3eaver Falls, Pa. ....12l University Place, Pittsburgh ......373 Graham St., Pittsburgh ............lI2I-I3lll St., Altoona, Pa. ...I323 W. Main St., Massillon, Ohio . .2201 lf. Jellerson Ave., Detroit, Mich. ... .337 Franklin Ave., Aliquippa, Pa. .........432 State St.. Clairton, Pa. ...15o2 Broadway, Beechview, Pa. ......6634 Beacon St., Pittsburgh ....903 Brookline Blvd., Pittsburgh .. . . . . . . 12-05 Chelton Ave., Pittsburgh ... . l3II Franklin St., Johnstown, Pa. ........ .Jenkins Arcade. Pittsburgh .....ISOI 7th Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa. ...MOS S livans St., Mclieesport, Pa. . ..2.1 NVick Ave., Youngstown, Ohio . . . . . . .Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ....454 Second St., Pitcairn, Pa. .................Bellsv1lle, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .Star Junction, Pa. . . . . . . . . . .Mercy H ospital, Pittsburgh . . . .Bast lfnd Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh .....................Aliquippa, Pa. .Unknown ............1Q2-45ll1 St., ....5614 Aylesboro Ave., . . . . . . .Mercy Hospital, .......34OI 5th Ave., 518 Jackson St Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh .Deceased ................................Deceased . . . . . .2220 Woodstock Ave., Swissvale, Pa. .. . . 708 li. Washington St., New Castle. Pa. . . . . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .North llollywood, Calif. .................. Lock No. 4, Pa. . . . . . . . . .Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Q03 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh ................................l3eeeased 114 Peoples Bk. Bldg., Mcliecsport, Pa. 75 E D I C mii,....i1...iim.,inmii..ii...iiiinii,miimyiin.,i,ii-1-iiimiiii.,muimiii....ii,mii.imiii.,i,imii...Qi-..iii.i.iii..wii... Stoner, Alvin Zenas ....,..... Straessley, Clarence Maurice Thompson, William llarold Thom s, joseph Floyd ....... Van Kirk, Vite lidgar Vates. Charles William ..... Vogan, David Earl ........ Weinberg, Maximilian Hugo Vlhittaker, Artlnir Ellwood NVilson, Homer Absalom VVHSOII, Lyden Frederick . .. Zink, Phillip ..,........... Zur llorst, lidward William Anderson, John Calvin ..... Anderson, john Steel ....... Aughenhaugh, Walter Garvin Baumann, Harry Floyd ..... Bietseh, Charles Frederick . Boal lolm Hue 1913 , D y ............ Bruecken, Albert joseph .... Cooper, john Hamilton .... Cramer, George Ernest .... Cratty, LeRoy Delmar Fausold, Lucian Clyde Finkelnearl, Abraham ..... Forin er Owen Harrison g' ' ...-.--... Foster, Ianies LeRoy ................. Fowler, Richard Mar, Jr., CC Franks, Saul Hyman ....... Frey, Clarence Wilson ..... Gardner, William Edwin Ghering, Harold Alfred Hagmeier, Clarence H. Hazlett. Esten Luellen .... jacob, Frederick Murray Kraft, Alfred Hartman .,... Lace, VValter james .... Lauer, Cyril Francis ...... Logan, Austin Clark ...... . MacDonald, George Fulton Mahan, James Merton Clay . McCandless, llwight Lambie McCreery, Albert Hill ...... Mehler, Robert Edward Miller, Frank Klare ....... Moore, Oscar Neilson .. Morrow, Frank Lester Nolan, yVilliam Patrick .... Patterson, Robert .......... Redmond, Maurice Snowden Robinson, Joseph Arnold oloredj St. Clair, Frederick Walker Sevey, Leon Edmund ....... Smith, Louis Northup ...... Snowwhite, Thomas l-lenry Wagner, Albert Adolph .... XVils0n, John Vogt ........ Boggs, David Alexander .... Braun, Edward jay ....... Bruce, Paul Cooper ....... Buck, Clarence John ....... Cancelliere, Andrew Roxey . Cohen, Morris Aaron ....... Colwell, Alexander Hunter . Cort, Austin Lynch ........ Cubbison, Carl Jackson .... Feingold, Samuel Jacob .... Fredette, John Washington Garman, Harry Franklin Gillette, Ninde Troy ........ Goehring, William Neeb ii i ' i 1" i ii ill iiwi. 1' iriillilllilll in ..iin.,.....1.....i.....,....i,....iii...i.uiii....i...iiiii...i..i..i....ii.....i....ii...i1.....i....i.1.....i...i....iiim.i.....,....i...iii....1ii...ii...i.....i.....ri....i A L S . . . . . . . , . .Bedford Valley, Pa. .....G2I Pressly St., Pittsburgh ... 1201 Monterey St., Pittsburgh .........1706 Rialto St., 1'ittsburgh . . . . . . .Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . .803 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh ........................Mercer, Pa. . . . . . . .jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .......................Zelienople, I'a. . ....9o Main St., Bradford, Pa. 1135 Fifth Ave., New Kensington, Pa. Unknown ..........Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh ... . . . . .Westinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgh ...IO6 VV. Otterman St., Greensburg, Pa. . . . . . . . .1405 Columbus Ave., Pittsburgh .. . .Fast End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh ......71.4 Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh ,.......................Freedom, Pa. .. . . . . ..St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh ...11 Lincoln NfVay, XV., Massillon, Ohio ... . . . . . . .800 Main St., Sharpsburg, Pa. . . . .Central Nat. Bldg., VVilkinsburg, 1'a. . . . . . . . . . ...Glen Ave., Glensliaw, Pa. ........5325 Forbes St., Pittsburgh ..............................Unknown . . . . . . . . .823 Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh 112 N. lndiana Ave., Atlantic City, N. ,l. . . . . . . .9816 Zimmer St., Cleveland, Ohio ....................Dallastown, Pa. .1020 Western Ave., Pittsburgh ......................Edinboro, Pa. ............................Deceased ..-First Nat, Bank, Canonsburg, Pa. ...,.... .Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .... . . . 1120 Carson St., Pittsburgh ...................Vandergrift, Pa. . . . . .712 Highland Bldg, Pittsburgh ........................Unknown .................Tarentum, Pa. .....24o0 Berg Ave., Pittsburgh ....106 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. .....,lenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .....................lfJeceascd ....II08 13th St., Altoona, Pa. ...................Deceased .................Deceased ...................Unknown .....................Deceased .... ......,lenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Bethlehem, Pa. .........635 School St., Indiana, Pa. 4c0 Medical Arts Bldg, Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Noble Ave., Swissvale, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . 708 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. V914 ....Il49 Pemberton Ave., Pittsburgh ......I332 Juniata St., Pittsburgh .......OI07 Frankstown Rd., Pittsburgh Hall, Cleveland, Ohio 76 .Real Est. S. 81 Tr. Bldg., Pittsburgh 601 12th St., Beaver Falls, Pa. .........OO24 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh . ......429 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh .....I2I University Place, Pittsburgh ...........3o0 Locust St., Clairtou, Pa. ...III2 Swissvale Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. ........ .. . . .Brant Bldg., Canton, Ohio . . . . . . . . . .4715 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh .....................Emeigh, Pa. ....8 East Park Place, Corry, Pa. ....6830 Juniata Place, Pittsburgh ii' iilillgii llii it illlill il i hiv nd Pt I O O E 1 t 1 y H ygqy l i 1 l i l S1 iv.. . . ri In1-.mimiww-miim-mi UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH mum. IiIiuunuimmlllniiimiimimmi 4-2' inwimnmiimnl.nilmii iniiimtiiiniiiiniiiiniili-iiili.iimiiiiNw..iiii.in.i.ii..ii Gold, Joseph Brand Gorhnkell, Julius .......... Hanlon, 'l'orranee John ..... Harris, George Randolph, Jr. . llarrison. Ralph Hamilton .... Harter, 'l'homas Hudson .... Hemphill, David Earl ..... Hibbs, Robert Charles .... Hood, Robert 'I'hurlow Kalet, Harry Julius ..... Kelly, Ross Andrew ...... Kramer, William Earnest Long, Herbert Milton ..... Magee, Joseph Elmer ..... Marcy, Charles Howard Markell, William Ody ..... McAnully, .Arthur Hale ..... McCormick, Bernard John Noah, Harry Gardner ....... Page, Jolm Wesley ....... Patterson, Frank Bortz ..... Pearlman, Reuben Harry .... Reed, Charles Lester ......... Shurgot, James Adam Adair . Smith, Frank Edwin ......... Smith, Perry Clare ...... 'l'eplitz, Max Moses ....... Treshler, Harry Joseph VVagner, John Huber .... Wechsler, Lawrence ....... Wollit, Raymond Alvin Boots, Ralph Henderson Bowers, Marion Starr .. lfouse, Orlando ........... Goldstein, Julius Henry ..... Hendricks, Charles Seaton .... Lamb, Harold Henry ........ Reed, Colin Mcliarquhar, Jr. Richey, DeWayne Greenwood Walker, Orville Jackson ..... VVickerham, Earl Phillips .... VVolfe, Charles Hormell .. Bowser, Merle Lloyd .... Boyer, Samuel Peter ..... Dickey, Charles Crawford Frey, John Walter ........ Fulton, Brown Frazer llaines, Arthur Samuel .... Hayes, John Nagle .......... Heattcr, Maurice Herman ..... Hoeh. Paul Gerhart Luther Kamens, Alfred Frankenstein . Kirk, Donald lngram ......... Krueger. Robert Reginald Lamp, Clyde Benjamin ....... McC:i.w, William Walker, Capt., MeEllroy, William Swindler .... Pochapin, Irwin Milton ...... til--wiiiwlm utwllitintw mmilmiiimiilimi.mriiiniilimiiiniimiliiiniii.....iin.,iiV...iii.iiiiWiiiiwiimiiiiniilmiinwilmiiluiil-itiiinilimil..iil..iill..iili.iiiii.iimaimii,miilmilimilimlimiii.....iliiilmiiitlimlin ...2459 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh .........................Unknown . . . . . .7151 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . .Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh .Ei.Colorado St., Pasadena, Calif. 3055 W. Liberty Ave,, Dormont, Pa. . .TSOOI Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . . .XNestinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgh .......8l7 Vtfylie Ave., Pittsburgh ....I9O E. State St., Sharon, Pa. .. . . . . . . .412 Third Ave., Pittsburgh ...........62OO Penn Ave., Pittsburgh ....VV. Main 81 4th Sts., Carnegie, Pa. . . . . 121 University Place, Pittsburgh .7133 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .........................Deceased . . ...ISI Arlington Ave., Pittsburgh . . . .Diamond Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh .........................Unknown ...7407 Church St., Swissvale, Pa. . . . . .1321 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh ....613 Jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh ..................Grafton, Ohio .........................Deceased ....6o5 Merchant St., Ambridge, Pa. ....2074 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . . . .Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh .. . . . .1027 Carnegie Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . . . .3401 5th Ave. Pittsburgh QOI Fifth Ave., New Kensington, Pa. 1915 ......... ...T13 E. 56th St., New York, N. Y. Deceased . . . .275 N. Craig St., Pittsburgh . . . . . .3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh . . . .. .. . . .506-2I'Kl St., Altoona, Pa. ...... ......741 Braddock Ave., Pa. ....1I4 VVick Ave., Youngstown, Ohio ...... .Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . .19 ,Lincoln Ave., Youngstown, Ohio . .. 700 N. llomewood Ave., Pittsburgh ........ . . .. 698 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa. 1916 ....... .. . . . .117 North Ave., McDonald, Pa. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .95 G St., Jolmstown, Pa. ....I25 E. North St., New Castle, Pa. .........37OO Forbes St., Pittsburgh . . . . . . .Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . .901 VVood St., XfVilkinsburg, Pa. ..............Saranae Lake, N. Y. ...537 Thompson Ave., Donora, Pa. ....................Tarentum, Pa. .......3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . .East End Tr. Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .512 VV. Main St., Monongahela, Pa. M.C.,U.S.A.. .Fitzsim . ........... School mons General Hospital, Denver, Colo. of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .703 Penn Ave., Turtle Creek, Pollock, Harry Oliver ........... ..... Rosenberger, Andrew Ignatius Ruthledge, Ralph Leyda ' ........ Schmid, Walter William ..... Vogan, Guy Sedgwick .... Xkfeller, Harold Eugene .. Zecdick, Peter Ivan ..... Askin, Ralph John ........ Baback, Martin Emerieh Baer, Harry Leonard ..... Bianco, Antonio ..... 1917 77 120 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, Wis. Alliance Bank Bldg., Alliance, Ohio .......5th 81 Mcliean, Charleroi, Pa. . . . . . . . Magowan Bldg., Kane, Pa. .... . .ith St., Monongahela, Pa. ....1430 Columbus Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . 1926 Brownsville Rd., Carrick, Pa. . . . . . .121 Broad St., Johnstown, Pa. .... ...Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .....4751 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh .uiin...11mil.im1.mi1mi1inii1mi1mmlimitmimimi...11...H1tml1inim.-itmmmi.1'mi1mumm1mm.mimmwi-miimiiimiiii M E D I C A L S C H O O L 1 1 ' .iii1im1mm1im1.mi1it1.11.mi1nmmir1.mi1tml1itmimi.1mir11mi1itiiimm1mirmi-1ni..1itin11in11ni..1.ui1inii1mi1nm1itiii1it1-1mnmn1init1mi.iuiiiiimmiwi... Depta, Michael ........ Ebe, Richard Wallace ..... Ferguson, Agnes Burns .... Horowitz, Jacob John .... jorden, Henry Drum .... Kipp, Harold Ambrose Kline, Roscoe Textor .... Meyers, Gilbert Bertram Mitchell, jacob NVest ..... Moyer, Galen Edwin ......... McClure, William Thomas McCormick, john Aloysius . Ochsenhirt, Norman Charles H iiiii ill l all lllf mil ll l ll 1 lt il l lil 'i+'-"ii'-A ll ilillilll'!flHlllli l Jr iz, ,,,i, 5- ,lI,l,I, 4, ' 'ii""'i' illl iillWll1 'lll ll 1nm1.immi.imir11im1mi11im1mir1nmmit1mi.11ni11mir1itii11im11mi11in1iim11im11mi1mir1im11im11.iii1imirim1itit11im11mi11in11ni-11mi1iim1imw..iiiiiwm4iiii- .. . . ...jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . . . .Soo XfVood St., VVilkinsburg, Pa. . . . . . . . .Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh ......l6OI Penn Ave., Pittsburgh ....Keystone Bldg., Pittsburgh .....34oo Forbes St., Pittsburgh ............,...........Deceased .............. Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ...........422 Frederick St., Scwickley, Pa. Scott, Stanley Lawrence . .... .. Sunseri, Salvador Carl Peter Elyria Svgs. Sr T. Co. Bldg., Elyria, Ohio .............48 Zane St., Wheeling, W. Va. ................................Unknown ....jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ......................Roscoe .. . .5478 Broad St., Pittsburgh 1918 Aiello, Alfonso ......... ......... ........... 9 0 9 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh Balph, Eleanor Holden ..... ..... 20 49 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Balph, lsabel Marion .... ..... 2 049 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Bane, Clinton Eugene ...... ......................... J efferson, Pa. Boggs, George Grier ......... ..... 7 147 Frankstown Ave., Pittsburgh Bradshaw, William Aiken .... ......... 4 634 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh Butler, Dell Duncan ........ .............. P ark Bldg., Pittsburgh Conwell, Francis Laury ..... ............ G oetz Bldg, Tarentum, Pa. D'alessio, jose-ph ........ ....- ..... 3 1 'd 81 Schoonmaker, Monessen, Pa. Daugherty, Charles Bunting .... .......................... ' Fyrone, Pa. Doyle, Joseph Alexander .... ...................... G reenville, Pa. Fetter, William Jay ........ ........ 2 oo S. Craig St., Pittsburgh Frederick, ,l0l1l1 Nicholas -'-' .....,..... -I enkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Gabor, Adolph Stephen ....- .... 9 OI East Fourth St., Bethlehem, Pa. Gibbons, Robert Leo ..... .............. 3 30 E. 9th St., Erie, Pa. Harvey, Joseph Paul ...-. ..... 2 233 Ohio Ave., Youngstown, Ohio Kuehner, Harold George ....... ......... B dercy Hospital, Pittsburgh Lipschutz, David ............................... 1538 Center Ave., Pittsburgh Malone, Harry Nevin ......................... ........ 3 IQ Park Bldg., Pittsburgh Marley, Auleene Almina Cnow Mrs. Jamisonj .... ....................... G ibsonia, Pa. McConnaughy, James Barth ..................., .... Q0 I 5th Ave., New Kensington, Pa. Metzger, Charles Francis .................... .... 2 56 Lincoln Ave., Bellevue, Pa. Schein, jacob Jay ......... Steinman, David ........ Warner, Elton Steritt ..... Williams, john Nicholas .. Botkin, Robert Lester .... Canter, Harry Ellis ..... Cohen, Samuel Ralph .... Davison, Glenn Huston Frost, Albert Dalbey ....... llershberger, james Warren Kuntz, Benjamin . ........... . Lloyd, John' Gilbert ........ Maxwell, Joseph Sprague .. 'UNH ' McClellan, Robert Hamilton McCollough, Thomas Boyle . McMullen, James Park ...... Michcls, Albert john ....... Murray, Charles Kcphart Noble, john Franklin ..... Offutt, Susan Rebecca ...... Price, Charles Roteman ....,. Ramsey, Lorraine Edward .. Rapaport, Hyman .......... Ritchie, Hiram David .... Rodgers, James Albert ..... 1919 .........................Deeeased . . . . . . . .1543 Center Ave., Pittsburgh . . . .QOI Wood St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .........................Deceascd .....12o Kennedy St., Duquesne, Pa. ... . . .522 Winebiddle Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . .1703 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh 1005 Westinghouse Bldg., Pittsburgli ......68I E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio . ....................... Martinsburg, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5107 jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh 4376 Murray,Ave., Pittsburgh . .... American Mission, Sayo, Gambela, Abyssinia McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pa. ....... ...... I 21 University Place, Pittsburgh Stewart, William Cooper .............. Traugh, George Holton ..,.. .....................Wellsburg, W. Va. ......Little Bldg., East Liverpool, Ohio East End S. 8x T. Bldg., Pittsburgh ......Ancker Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. . . . . . .Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. ........l0O3 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh ..111 E. Main St., Carnegie, Pa. ....Io48 Temple St., Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . . . . . . .516 Federal St., Pittsburgh .........................Deccased . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parkers Landing, Pa. ...,Hartley Bldg., Fairmont, NV. Va. Trotzky, llarvey E. Cnow Thorpej ......................... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Vandergrift, Earl ...................... i., ................... 602 S. Lang Ave., Pittsburgh XVaddell, Susan Sharpe..School of Medicine, Shantung Christian Univ., 'l'sinan, Shantung, China Wefldelli Howard Raymond --.- ............... 3 og Olive St., Mclieesport, Pa. Wellcfi Cla1'Cl'lCC R0blI'lS0l'l .... .... 6 O9 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 78 l l I lil ..ii.m-N... .. ,, I I ttt......i...t.-miii..-.rnmmmtr .int..imt-i.mr,...ii...tttmlimirmt-i,...11imimtlM-mmm..w-.1 itim1mm1...i...ui...ti,...it,...i....W...i...ui1...tmm1tm1...ttii...itm.tumi...ti...Hi...Ui....ii.........rt...ii...r ttitmrmt.rimiii...im.,...Hi..........r...w....it....i,. Iiru...i...-ttmmt.....m....tu...i1mt1mmimt.,...-......tititm.itu...i...Hi.mtitumiI-.ttitt..itm.1...Hit-.tr...HiH.........i.tm...Hi.mrtu...i...Ui....i.....iN...i......ii...Nt....t1ti...tt.....i.....ii.....i..i UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH --.im . it mr--iiiitti-ri...-.rim D . 1mmi1imiiitmiii...iiiiniiiinii,...ii.iriiiin1iiniimtimr11in111iniitmimrtiiitt iiiniitmli.ntitmlitmimtli.ntitimiiniimitimrimiriiiniiit-.tiiiniimir11inimir11...iin-1iiiniiittiiiittrii-.Witt 1imir1tt..itml1iimit-itiiin1it..itimittttiiittriiiwiitt Benz, William Ludwig Blank, George Michael Boots, Edmund Clyde Bowman, Robert Neal .... Carlson, l-l. Clifford .... Cassady, Ray David .... Criep, lleo Herman ..... Davison, Charles ......... Dewalt, Chester William .. Eekstein, Paul Frederick Gatter, Carl William ..... Goldstein, Samuel ........ Grilliths, Bdward Plews .... Haines, Harold Grunder ...... Helfrich, Joseph Anthony l-lelmbold, Theodore Raymond Heneh, Philip Showalter ......... Holland, William Thompson .. Katz, David ................. Lawther, Boyd M. ...... . Logan, Ernest Wilber ...... Marshall, Matthew .......... Mawhinney, Harvey Norton .. MeCarter, Harry Chandley Mock, Harold Snider David Mooney, Voight ............. Power, Howard Anderson .... Powers, Harvey Baker ..... Reiter, Howard Sydney .... Rush, James Bdwin ...... Scott, james Lorentz ..... Soller, Matthew Ernest .... Specter, Jacob ..... . .... . Stark, james Dolph ........ Straessley, Francis X., Jr. Wheeler, Joseph Grant, jr. .. Woods, John Olen ......... Allison, john Thomas Anderson, James Stanley ..... immlimitimi1mrmm.imniit...ittmiitml1,...1it...ttium1it-.tiinmmutti...Nirimmm11in-immimmtmlitt.ittmimminitmmtimitiuti,...iit...it...iitH..itmittimitim11itrim.-.in-.ntttiit 1920 .....................Blairsville, Pa. . . . . . . ...National Tube Co., Lorain, Ohio . . .'.'.' 1Qi 'slitiliy' kivA.','iefiifs1mfg11 . .... 439 Library St., Braddock, Pa. .........................Deceased . . . . . . . . . .May Bldg., Pittsburgh ...............j'enkins Bldg., Pittsburgh '. '.'. ifiitb' 'ebiiiivli' 'sisff cfltibiiiiifg, Pa. 634 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon . . . . . . . .733 Broughton St., Pittsburgh ............389 Butler St., Btna, Pa. .....Union S. N T. Co. Bldg., Warren, Ohio ..........................Midland, Pa. . . . . Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh . . . . .Mayo Clintic, Rochester, Minn. ....914 Pittsburgh St., Springdale, Pa. ... .3400 Forbes St., Pittsburgh ................lLllw0od City, Pa. Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh ........,.................Deceased . . . .6546 Darlington Rd., Pittsburgh ....713 14th St., Beaver Falls, Pa. ....................Springheld, Pa. .....3472 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh ...........4715-5th Ave., Pittsburgh . .. . . . . . . . . .Lake Kushaqua, N. Y. .......................Brownsville, Pa. . . . 31 Wliztllt-y Ave., New Haven, Conn. ..............................Deceased .............Ypsilanti, Mich. ... 535 5th Ave., Pittsburgh ......S6o B. 6th St., Brie, Pa. .......jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ..........................Deceased ....17 E. North St., New Castle, Pa. 1921 . . . . . . . . .Logan Trust Bldg., New Kensington, Pa. B St., Universal, Pa. ....60 Gramercy Park, N., New York City Austen, Willard Emerson ................. Baker, Alma Pauline Cnow Mrs. Martini .... ........... l Sell Telephone Co., Pittsburgh Berman, David Harry .................... Cohen, Mortimer ............ Coyle, Joseph Aquinas .... Donley, Frank NfVillia1n Dunmire, Glenn Dewitt .. lidwards, Frank Thomas Elder, Harold Alexander .. Foster, VValter Russell .... lirancis, Charles Thomas Gannon, Norbert Daniel .... Gardner, Isadore Kenneth .... Garvin, John Day .............. . . Kendrick, Thomas Richard, Jr. Koenig, Adolphus, Jr. ....... . Lang, Richard Welch ......... Levant, Benjamin .......... Mclflroy, Alfred Sheatier .. Miller, Norman Charles ...... Mitchell, llarold I.. ......... . Mont fomer' VVendell Holmes ls 5- Moyer, John Sanford ........... .. ..... McNerney, Nora Marie Cnow Mrs. Loganj Nill, Carl' Frederick ...................... Parry, lidward Russell ....... Peairs, Clyde Franklin Roose, Gail Agnew ....... Round, Samuel Fellows ...- Schmidt, Philipp liniil ....... Tarnapowicz, lfrancis Patil .. VVolf, VVarren Abraham .... .......... 7823 Hough Ave., Cleveland, Ohio .. . .School of Medicine, Univ. ot' Pittsburgh . . . . . .. . 739 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. . . . . . . . .121 University Place, Pittsburgh ....8o5 Highland Bldg., Pittsburgh ....42OI Murray Ave., Pittsburgh ........jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . .. .. . . .15 Crafton Ave., Crafton, Pa. . . . . . .Cook Hospital, Fairmont, VV. Va. .. ........354 Vt".9tl1 St., Brie, Pa. . .1607 Broadway, Beechview, Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .5004 jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ...............................Deceased ...... . .121 University Place, Pittsburgh 634 VVashington Rd., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. .............jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh ... . .3917 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh . . ......... Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .121 University Place, Pittsburgh . . . . .507 li. Main St., Louisville, Ohio Chevalier Jackson Bronchoscopic Clinic, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . . McCrory Bldg., DuBois, Pa. 400 VV. North Ave., Pittsburgh 710 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. .....................Suterville, Pa. ....Main Sz Broadway, Salem, Ohio SIQ Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. ...too N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, Calif. . . . . .3033 Brereton Ave., Pittsburgh I.2I University Place, Pitlsburgli 79 -....mn.,mn1....-......l..............1mm.ml.l.........1...ur.....1...,...............l...M,................w.,..l..............m....llH-.....v....w......-..l....l..w.1.t....1...w.. W 'hilll 1 , . + . than ll lf' lllt II " M E D I c A L s c H o 0 L ,1l.ll..HI' IQ22 Bielski, Robert John Cnow Billingsj .... ...... .... 8 6 7 Lockhart St., Pittsburgh Bloom, joseph Bender ............... Frankenstein, Herbert .......... Friedman, Louis Leonard Greenleaf, Arthur Johnson Hook, Harold Phillips ...... Houck, Chester Clifford lgnelzi, Louis Gerard .... jew, Edward Walter .. Luongo, Romeo ......... Markey, Oscar Bennett .... McCarthy, john joseph ..... McKenzie, George Edward ..... Menzalora, Maurice ............ Morrison, Ruth l. tnow Hansenj Nucci, Rosario Charles ......... Priestes, John ,................ Reist, Paul Zug ......... Rosen, Charles Samuel Schmidt, William Albert Sclunitz, Alice Elizabeth .... Simon, Harold Ewart ....... Taylor, Leslie Carter ......... Telerski, Thaddeus Joseph .... Trumpeter, john Horace .... Weber, Morris, Benjamin .... Auslander, james Lewis .... Baker, joseph Henry ...,. Baurys, XNilliam ........ Beatty, Ralph Peter Bernstein, Louis ........ Borgman, John joseph .... Bowser, Frank Excell Boyer, Louis Textor ...... Brougher, Lear Eugene Bryant, Ira McCormick Childs, Elizabeth Ruth .... Clark, William Herdman .... Cooper, David lloward Deer, Walter Hamilton Foight, ,lean Ramaley .... Fusia, Donald Anthony ..... Hart, Hugh McCullough ..... lleilman, Glenn Harold ......... llershensohn, Morris Abraham . Hunter, james Finlay .......... Koenig, Fred Carl ............ Kutscher, George Vlfilliam Lichty, John Max ......... . Losa, Loda Paul ............,.. Lowell, Milton Ellsworth ...... lllarks, Pauline Cecilia Salisbury Maury, Michael Jacob ........,. McCormick, Alexander Richard lXflcQuiggan, Mark Ronald ..... McVitty, Wayne Taylor ....,.. Mendlowitz, Patterson Morris .. Petty, Hiram Page .......... Prieknian, Louis Elwood .... Rhodes, David Henry ..... Rizner, George Andrew . . . .. Trader, Friend Wilford .... Trezise, William Eliel ........ Westermann, l-lenry Louis .... Ziel, Oscar Theodore F. Zuck, John Adam ........ Beatty, William Kerr .... Berkowitz, Albert B. ...... . Boyd, George Randolph .... Cammarata, Michael ...... . ..... 3700 Forbes St., Pittsburgh . . . . . . .3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . .515 Grant St., Pittsburgh ........ 21 E. Main St., Mountville, Pa . . . . . . . . . . . . .412 W. North Ave., Pittsburgh .. . . .646 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Meadow St., Pittsburgh . . . . 308 Diamond Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . .1713 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. ...,.70I6 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio . . . . . . . . . . .2016 5tl1 Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .727 Penn Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. ... .................... 754 N. Wells St., Chicago, Ill. . . .... 14805 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, Cleveland, Ohio .. ...................... 3400 Forbes St., Pittsburgh ....................Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . .312 2llQl Ave., S., Wausau, Wis. .....I3723 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, Ohio . .. ............................ Bertha, Pa. ......................lAlighland Bldg., Pittsburgh .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1131 28th St., N., liirmingham, Ala. . . . .2005 Carabell Ave., Lakewood, Cleveland, Ohio . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 Ninth St., New Kensington, Pa. ...... ..Ft. McIntosh Bk. Bldg., Beaver, Pa. ..........................Rankin, Pa. 1923 zlo Market St., Melsfeesport, Pa. .... U. S. Marine Hospital, Pittsburgh E. Noble St., Nanticoke, Pa. ....6o2 Citizens Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. .... . . . . .jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .........jenkins Bldg., Pittsburgh .......... 641 W. loth St., Erie, Pa. ...224 N. 5th St., Steubenville, Ohio .....7485 Church St., Swissvale, Pa. ..... . 3400 Forbes St., Pittsburgh . . . .2304 Sherbrook St., Pittsburgh ....2QIQ Chartiers Ave., Pittsburgh ....347 E. 8th Ave., Homestead, Pa. .....2707 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh ....L......Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .....658 Oakmout Ave., Oakmont, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .New Wilmington, Pa. . . . .1108 Park Ave., Tarentum, Pa. .......2216 Center Ave., Pittsburgh ....4508 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 426 North Ave., Nlillvale, Pa. ....................Swannanoa, N. C. .......... . 4634 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh ....233 E. Eighth Ave., Homestead, Pa. Westlield, N. J. ....568 N. Homewood Ave., Pittsburgh ....lIOS1fi Braddock Ave., Swissvale, Pa. ... . . . . . .3270 Dell Ave., Dormont, Pa. ......................Detroit, Mich, .........-.............l'l'ouston, Pa. ....141 Fifth Ave., lVlcKeesport Pa. .......................Crestline, Ohio . . . . . . . . . .Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Presbyterian Hospital, New York City ........ 201 E. Main St., Carnegie, Pa. ................... Columbiana, Ohio Fayette City, Pa. . . . . . . .. .... 4828 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 412 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa. .... .. ... ... . . 742 Penn Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 1024 Deceased I0 E. North Ave., Pittsburgh 5800 Ellsworth Ave., Pittsburgh 4729 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 80 1.111.1111-114mm1.111-11.....,.....1.1.1.1mm11.1.11.1.1.4......im...tm..,mm1.1.1....ui1.11.1.....11111011.111.11.11.1.11.11.1im..............1...........1....11....11.1.1.mi.,1.11.1......,.....,.,....11...-1i...1.11...-..... UNIVERSITY or Pirrsauncs 1-11my11111111111111111111-4ii11.11-1.1im.11111111111111.1.11...11my11,mi1my11-in1--inii-1.1111111111.111...111...11.1.-1.11.1111 .1141.1111111111111111.1.1mit1.1.41.mi1..1i11..1,1..1m.1111. Clarke, Catherine Murdoch . Easby, Mary Hoskins ..... Feingold, Benjamin F. .... . Fleischer, Ernest D. ..... . Fugassi, Anthony Louis Ghering, Boyd William .... Greenlee, Daniel Paul .... Guftey, Carl Verno11 .... Hodgson, Robert 'l'lI1l0ll .... Holt, John Eugene ......... Hutchinson, Dorothy Wilder Cnow Mrs. Robert Keller, Mark ............... Koehler, Ralph W. ........ . Kutz, Samuel Flaren ....... Lou hre ose h Brownej g l y, J p ............. Manhcimer, 'Stephen Edward .... Martin, James Aloysius ...... McCague, John Joseph ..... McCartney, Lee Emerson Murray, Anthony Patrick .. Pachcl, Alfred Aloysius .... Piper, Charles Edward .... Reed, Faith Wilson ...... Rosen, Samuel Hosiah Soifel, Joseph August .... Stollar, Harry L. ..... . Sunseri, James Joseph Tarnapowicz, John W. Weigel, John Earl ......... Wilson, Martha Goldinger .. Zuck, George Alvin ....... Bigler, Victor Louis ......... Billie Fu ent Wycoff Capt. Butler, Raymond Kenneth . Cohen, Arthur Morris ..... Cooper, David Leonard .... Cowart, O. Hiram ....... Crothers, Frances Lillian .. Dapper, Henry Raymond .... Donley, Donald ............ Dougherty, Harry Melville Eisner, Clarence Albert .... E stem Harr p , y ............ Eskey, Kenneth Dallmore .... Evans, Samuel Davidson Gordon, Wendell Brown ..... Hartman, Norman Adam Hay, John Jacob ........... Henderson ohn Frederick . , J .... Hepp, Joseph Andrew ...... . Herron, William Francis Hover, Galen Monroe ..... Johnstone, Rutherford Thom pson Karawan, Abraham ..... . . . . . . . . . . Karcher, James Franklin Kartub, Jacob Benjamin King, Vinton Porter ..... Knoll, George Henry .... Lee, James Joseph ......... Mar olis Harry Maurice 11...ii1,im1ii..1111.14mm1.im1.im11111-11.11.1111.114111114mm1.mi11....1111...1mm11.1.11im-11....11.1.111.1111....11-1.1.11111.1111...ii1.11.1.iii11.1.1vi...1,mi1...U111.111.1.11,im111...1.....1.....iiiimmiiiiiiiiiiii .. . . . . . 509 Grove St., Sewickley, Pa. . ...., 2123 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. IIS Cherry Ave., N. E., Canton, Ohio I0 W. Grant St., Duquesne, Pa. Unknown Ed1nbor0,Pa. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Deceased South 81 Wood Sts., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .............. 1421 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh Nopeming Sanatoriuin, Nopeming, Minn. 559 6th Ave., Mclieesport, Pa. .... 641 McKean Ave., Donora, Pa. .............. Clifton Springs, N. Y. ............. 5538 Black St., Pittsburgh .. .. Mt. Siani Hospital, New York City Avella Pa ' ' ' ' ' ' '.'. jlxiiiiiis' 'Aibiilia Pittsliurgli Deceased ' ii '-.Gii'ai'dville Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .Hospital, Pittsliurgh O akniont, Pa. Mission, India . ..................... T208 5th Ave., Pittsburgh 23 Shiloh St., Pittsburgh Elizabeth, Pa. ......... 11012 Woodland Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 12404 Madison Ave., Lakewood, Cleveland, Ohio ............... ..... 516 Federal St., Pittsburgh . . . . Denver State l--lospital, Hawthorne, Mass. 902 James St., Pittsburgh T925 . ........... ........ 307 Montgomery Ave., Albemarle, N. C. , lf. 1 ,E T . 1 , M.C., U.S.A. Quarry Hgts., Balboa l-lgts., Canal Zone Briant, William Wolfe, Jr. .......... . .... " ' .. .................. Box 62, S mithton, Pa. Dayton, Pa. .. .. .... Zlltl St., Elizabeth, Pa. 623 Arch St., Pittsburgh Bristow, Okla. SOI Broadway, McKees Rocks, Pa. Deceased ... . .. 21 W. State St., Sharon, Pa, 215 Shiloh St., Pittsburgh . . . . . . 2218 5th Ave., Pittsburgh ...... 3700 Forbes St., Pittsburgh 237 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver ...... 247 Charles St., Pittsburgh 3728 Brighton Rd., Pittsburgh 540 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver Pittsburgh 1426 Pennsylvania Ave., . 1410 Kenmore Blvd., Akron, Ohio St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh 043 College Ave., Pittsburgh Sherman, N. Y. .. 6625 Church St., Ben Avon, Pa. . 203 Priscilla Ave., Duquesne. Pa. Hackett Medical College, Canton, China Dixmont, Pa. Grays Landing, Pa. Leroy, N. Y. . .. 5023 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh .. . . Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. ........ Tuberculosis League, Pittsburgh g , .... Martin, George Elmer . ..... .........,...... , McCarthy, Edward Leo . McDowell, Charles Albert McGuire, Bennet Joseph Moran, William Graham Murray, Paul A. .......... . Nill, Jacob Philip ........ Sarraf, George J. ....... . Schulman, Louis Irwin Shirer, John Wesley ....... Silknetter, Ronald Vivian .. 310 N. Graham St., Pittsburgh .ii .Winlield Scott, San Francisco, Calif. ' ' Bll . P' t t P: 212 Dime Bank mg, it s o11, 1. Ave., Pittsburgh Ave., Pittsburgh Mclsfeesport, Pa. Ave., Pittsburgh Ave., Pittsburgh Cleveland, Ohio . ........ 1902 IOlll St., Altoona, Pa. .............6lOl Penn 2001 5th T428 Carnegie Ave., 3701 Penn . . 1801 Center .... Cleveland Clinic, 8l .1,i....m..ii......i.m.ii-1mi-1mir..........1tim...1willtm-11.1.11ii.-mlm11.1.11mamin.Wi1itiii1.....mm111.0.1.11...iii,.....11.11im..1.1.1.11.11-........-iii--1----1-my miiii..1.mit......tmliiim,mi1mi.1.mimm-111im1im..111.111.mi1im.W..1ii...'.....1...H.um1im......ii11.1.1.....timmm1...i1...ii1...iiin-11...i1-.iii...1iimw....ii-. it M E D I C A L S C H O O L V5 ll llllllm 'ilil 1 I I! Vl , IVI I! i i l ii 1 ..., ,. 31 1. ll. - I I 5' J 'll 1.,,...i.ii.ni...ti...11.1.11mm.im1.mimmit.imwillmil1will1momi.1mi.11mi11.1.11..i...m.11,...14.1.11ni.1iii..1,....iii....wi1...-1tiimwii.ii--oi...mm-1--1-.i...ii-1.it ...Uin111mnmmmi-11nm1immmim..1,mimm,....11.1.11W.,1ii...1...mm.mi,..........1.1-4mmni..1mn1....1ti.--1mi-1.im.1-it11-1-1.1.1.1.umwaii-.w...m...w.i 1. Smith, Glenn Oren ..........,.............. .. Weaber, Williain Franklin .. Weiss, Louis ................................... Welsh, Arthur Brinkley, Capt., M.C., U.S.A. .... .. Wucher, Frederick Vaux Young, John VVithroe ..... Allen, Samuel Sampson Arch, Francis Jolm ....... Arons, Leonard Maxwell .... Baldwin, Arthur Mann Bortz Frank ............. .........--....... -.... 1450 Chislett St., Pittsburgh 4614 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh 638 Merchant St., Ambridge, Pa. Guadalupe, P. I. 4300 Butler St., Pittsburgh ..................Empire, Ohio 1926 ... . . . . .. . 669 Orchard Ave., Bellevue, Pa. 618 Chestnut St., Pittsburgh 5100 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh . ...........,............ East Palestine, Ohio 223 Fifth Ave MeKeesport, Pa. Boyce, Bingham ... . . . .. .... .. . . . . Allegheny iCounty Home, Woodville, Pa. Bradshaw, Homer Vernon .... American Presbyterian Mission, Linchow, Kwangtung, China Carman, James Jahilc ...... Chornyak, John ............ Christian, Justin Loomis .... Conwell, George Dewey .... Crusan, Robert Earl ........ DeRoy, Mayer Sontheimer Feather, Harry Edgar . .... . Glotfelty, Earl ........... Helsel, Eugene Victor .... Hersh, Jacob Joseph ....--.. R. D. 1, Allison Park, Pa. . . ... 4800 Forbes St., Pittsburgh 3632 Rutherford St., Harrisburg, Pa. Braekenridge, Pa. .... 137 N. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia, Calif. ............ 1001 May Bldg., Pittsburgh .. . . . . . . . . .. 4404 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh Jenners, Pa. .. .. Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh ............ ............ Union Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh Holland, Harold H. .......................,... ..,...................... R ed Lion, Pa. Johannes, Oey Crawford Cnow Mrs. McKinleyJ .. 1125 Hayden Ave., Cleveland, Ohio Kitlowski, Henry ............................... . . .... Eye Sz Ear Hospital, Pittslmrgli Mason, Melba Dixie ...... Miller, George William ..... McBurney, Harold Henry Oehrle, John Scott ......... Paul, Hugo Bartholomew .. Pucci, Rose Marie ......... Redman, Theodore Miller .. Reese, Lloyd Glenn ........ Rodgers, James Marshall Rubinstein, Max Alexander Rynearson, Edward Harper .... Saling, John Staunton . .. Sarandria, Joseph Domenic Shanor, Harold Aaron Ralph Slesinger, Hyman A. ' ...................... Speelman, James Waite ....., Speer, Andrew Beacom Tefft, Carleton C. .......... Toukatlian, Higaz Sarkis True, Katherine Knight Walker, Levi Moore .... Walter, VVillard Floyd .... Werley, Lloyd Herbert ..... Williams. Edward Franklin . VVilson, Olin Glenwood .... Wolfe, David Bartholomew . Backus, Wayne Ellsworth Baker, Everett Meade .... Barnard, Joseph Harold .... Barrett, William Aloysius .... Bozic, William Francis .... Brain, Joseph ............ Bryce, Clifford Barton .... Burby, Vincent Paul ..... Bush, Hiram Joseph ........ Caprini, Emilia Marguerite . Conti. Eugene Augustine llarsie. Leigh Lobingier Dougherty, Joseph Thomas .... latter, Lewis Elmer ......... Flemming. Herbert Maurice Franeis, Robert Milton .... Gilmore, Milton Alfred Goldman, Milton Sanes Sidney, Montana .... 800 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa. Burgettstown, Pa. Monongahela, Pa. ... ... . 422 Frederick, Sewiclcley, Pa. ... IOQ2 Dewey Ave., Rochester, N. Y. ... . 944 Washington Blvd., Pittsburgh .. . 30 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. ................ 420 Avery St., Pittsburgh . . . 1620 Broadway, Beechview, Pittsburgh Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 2320 Carson St., Pittsburgh 1097 Dohrman St., McKees Rocks, Pa. Woman's Southern Homeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Scbnurer, Lucy ....... ........ .. ......................... 121 University Place, Pittsburgh 3401 5th Ave., Pittsburgh 500 Brookline Blvd., Brookline 1013 Wood St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .. Box 851, Miles City, Montana 922 Chartiers Ave., Elliott, Pittsburgh ..... ... 434 Elder Lane, Winnetka, Ill. 101 S. Indiana Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 501 Penn Ave., Turtle Creek, Pa. 1707 Tusc. E., Canton, Ohio . . . . . . . . I20O 14th St., Altoona, Pa. 1353 Deuber St., Canton, Ohio 3607 California Ave., Pittsburgh 1927 ....... 2llfl K Wall, Pitcairn, Pa. ...... . Magee Hospital, Pittsburgh 206 Center Ave., Emsworth, Pa. 200 S. Craig St., Pittsburgh 2341 Carson St., Pittsburgh ..... . . . . . .. Lucerne M1nes,Pa. ... 1051 Lincoln Way, Mclieesport, Pa. . . ......................... Langt-loth. Pa. Surgeon General's Ofhce, Washington, D. C. ... .... TI4 Shetland Ave., Pittsburgh .. . Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh Ist Natl. Bldg., Homestead, Pa. Middleport, Pa. Warrendale, Pa. Maplewood 8 6th St., Ambridge, Pa. Waynesburg, Pa. Marine Hospital No. 21, Stapleton, N. Y. .............. . . . .. 5805 Beacon St., Pittsburgh 82 1111.1111...11...1111.11111.111in-111...1111-111mimu11mi111-111111.11111.111mi11mit111.1111.111tml1,...111..-w..1111..111 .11...im.11m1111 11111111111--111111111imitiiiwiiiuiiii it-11111-1111 -mu mi mi1.....1mmmm11.1.1111.11111111.111.....1tm.111.1.11tm.11my11...11mir11.1.1111-11111.-1111.11...H1...41....11.111111...11.1.111...1mm11...11tt..1111.1111...11mm1mm1mn111.-install... UNIVERSITY or P1r1sBuRGH in1it-.111-11111.11111.111.1.-111...111-1111.11111.1111mi1111.111mi111.111111.11v...w...11...111t..1 .Will Grauer, Robert Coleman .... Grieco, Reynold Michael .... llainilton, Robert Curtis .... Hayden, James Edward llazlett, lirank Dickerson .... 11.111my11-1111..11m..11...111.1111-.11miiiitmitiiiiitii leleintzehnan, Jolm Herbert Leyda .. Il-luber, William Bernard ..... Hughes, Patrick ....,....... l-lumphreys, John Leslie ..... Hutchison, William Charles .. K'scl lIcln"u'd Kutscher Charles liawcett -eopold Albeit Reid 1mm11.tm11....111..11m..111. 11-....111.11.11.....1...ir1nm1,....1.mi11...11mv1.1111111.11ti..1lt...11...11...11tm111-.1111.111111.11mn1tu..1lt..1111.111111.11m..11tt..111t...11 . Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh 26 W. 3rd St., VVilliamsport, Pa. ....... l.42Q Coal St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. .... 646 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon Vanderbilt, Pa. 245 lllelwood St., Pittsburgh . 2040 Noble Ave., Braddock, Pa. .. . . . .. Stahl Bldg., Homestead, Pa. .. . St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh . .. 1 101 Locust St., Nl'cKcesport, Pa. ... 675 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon . . . . . 18 S. 6tl1 St., Duquesne, Pa. . .. 708' Merchant St., Ambridge, Pa. ....... 245 hlelwood St., Pittsburgh Lewistown, Pa. ..... . . . . 800 Main St., Sharpsburg, Pa. Matthews, William Forster ...................... Means, Louis Lamont ............. .............. Ingram, Herbert Duncan . . . . . Kendrick, Oliver R. ..... . .. 1 -, ' . .. ......... .... , r ' lt . . . 1 . .. .- , ....... L Meyers, Martin Theodore, TSl Miller, Kenneth Frederick .... McLaughlin, William Benedict McVey, J0ln1 Francis ........ Novotny, Joseph lidward .... Reetenwald, George Sentle Reiner, William ............ 7. Rosenbaum, Herman George Rote, William Adam ......... Sell, Oliver Martin ......... Smith, Pitzhugh Lee .... Smith, James Hodgens Starr, Abraham .,........ Stewart, Donald John ...... Thomas, Harold Wilson ..... . 'l'hompson, Charles Wesley . t. M.C., U.S.A. .. Vogel, Julius Aloysius ....................... VVessels, George Lange ....... Williams, Charles Wilbur, ISI Lt., M.C., U.S.A. .. Acker, Helsel Marcelle Elliott 1928 Allison, Jackson Way .......... . Baer, Townsend Wilkott ..... Boardman, Harriet Louise Borland, James Ira ......... Boucek, Charles Michael Brings, Philip John ...... Burkley, George Gregory Harley, Samuel Lee ...... Erickson, Ray Bevier ..... liaix, Philip Aloysius ...... Fitzgerald, Edwin Maurice Geus, Joseph Mark ........ Gullilord, Andrew Meek Hadley, William Augustus Hageng, Helen Montgomery Hampsey, Joseph William Hare, Clarence Clifton ..... Harmeier, John Watson .... l-Iazlett Lisle Kcrne ......... now Mrs. Liddlej .. .C ..................... Heazletit, William' Alexander .. . Hobaugh, Charles Leonard llotifman, Kelse Moniar .... Jenny, Paul Lemmer . . . .. .... . . Jones, David Gordon ......... King, Flmer Sylvester Anthony Knocpp, Melvin Henry ....... Kulik, Stephen ............... Kunkle, Robert Scott ..... LaBelle, Charles 'lirancis .... Laird, lfverett l'l'olmf'S .... Leech, Joseph Verner ..... l.ichter, lsadore Aaron ..... Mercer, Samuel Robertson .. Miller, Charles Miner ...... Miller, lra Clyde ............. lXleAleer, Bernard Aloysius . 83 2 3026 Jenny Lind Ave., Mclieesport, Pa. Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. .. . . .. 200 Cornell Ave., VVest View, Pa. 116 Melrose Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . .. l'lighland Bldg., Pittsburgh 968 McKean Ave., Donora, Pa. 135 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh 1552 Center Ave., l'ittsburgh .. King's Park Hospital, New York City . . . . . . 1025 Brookline Blvd., Pittsburgh .... ... 514 Federal St., Pittsburgh Bahama, N. C. Mars, Pa. 5931 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh 1211 Brownsville Rd., Carrick 1712 Freeport Rd., Arnold, Pa. Nemacolin, Pa. 353 Franklin Ave., Aliquippa, Pa. 705 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. .. . . . . Bell 'lielephone Co., Pittsburgh ... . TT30 Highland Ave., Coraopolis, Pa. ...... 201 N. Highland Ave., Pittsburgh Willard Parker Hospital, New York City 30 Darragh St., Pittsburgh Pittsburgh ... I2 S. 7th St., Duquesne, Pa. .. . Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Irvona, Pa. . . . Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh ....... Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh 5488 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago, Ill. Deceased Lcechburg, Pa. .. . . . . . 5707 Margaretta St., Pittsburgh 2608 Stewart Ave., Mclieesport, Pa. Out of town New York ... Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. . . 201 li. 7th Ave.. Tarentum, Pa. . .. Mayo Cli11ic, Rochester, Minn. .. . 2300 Sth Ave., Beaver Balls, Pa. ... . Exchange Bldg., Franklin, Pa. .. Penn Q Negley Aves., l'ittsburgh 'l'utler Pa University of 'l'oronto, 'l'oronto, Canada ........ 621 Brownsville, Rd., Mt. Oliver .. 707 Island Ave., Mcliees Rocks, Pa. Clifton SDl'l'l2, N. Y. 201 li. Drinker St., Dunmore, Pa. ... 425 Franklin Ave., Aliqnippa, Pa. ..... 501 N. Highland Ave., Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . . .. 604 Cedar Ave., Pittsburgh Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Surg. Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. Rossiter, Pa. ...1405 Marlboro Ave., l'ittsburgh mit1mittt.1111111111111111111111111mn11111.1111,mt1111111111111mit1mtv,mt11.111111111111111init1111111111111mt1mt.1memt-1,mt1111111itit1mt.111.111tm1mttttttttttttwmttttt 11,1 A 1+ tlli 1 11 ,lltt hi...gzlyy..i.,.:l..,111ll1l M E D I C A L S C H O O L 1.1.mt.1111.111.1141111101111111.11111-4mt.11.111it...1111.11mtit1.1111tml1111.1,mt111...11tt.it,111111.111tt..1111.1111.1.111.1111...11.1.4ttttttttttwtttttttttt McClelland, lrlerbert Coleman .. McShea, James Joseph ........ Perrone, Joseph Addison ....... Pfohl, George Harvey Charles .. Port, Harold Foster ........... Porvaznik, Michael .......... Pracht, Henry Walters Prietsch, Bernard Carl Rosenburg, Sidney ...... Santora, Frank James ..,,. Smith, George Howard ..,. Smith, Roy Martin ............. Stephens, Josephine Martha Stewart, James Carroll Bleakney Tolochko, Myer Hillel ....... Walsh, James Raymond .......... Wible, LeRoy George Bllwood .... Wightman, William Wilson .... Yoder, Robert Donald .....-.- Zimmerman, Karl ...... Allott, Robert Moore ...... Anderson, William Love Baird, Joseph Arthur Barrett, John Buchanan Baumann, Ffarl Douglass .... Boucek, John Joseph .......... Buckingham, Charles 'l'fl1l11D Cameron. Joseph Maxwell ..... Canon, Thomas Ewing ,. Casillo, August Victor .... Chadwick, Alfred EU12if'Hf' Cope, Walter Bell .......,..... Cunningham, James Gallailhm' -- DeBone, Frances Marion ...... Dietrich, Sterrett Brnest ..., DiSilvio, Dominic Nicholas .... Egerman, Leonard Rdward Evans, William Howard ..... Ewing, John Calhoun .... Flecgler, Samuel Cyril Foley, Harry Thomas .... Fulton, William Belmont Garvin, Robert Odell ...... Gilmartin, Joseph Aloysius ..... Grosman, John Leonidas .. ........ Kazamrous, Josephine Virginia . Koenig, Theodore Roosevelt .... Krick, John Howard .......... Kntchka, Karl Donald ..... Laird, Archibald ......... Losasso, Dome Eugene .. Lutton, Edward Clyde ..... MacDonald, John Riddle Marcus, Florence Lillian Miller, Harry Irwin ..... Milliron, Joseph Wendell .. iXlcCaslin, Murray Frew McCoy, Anne Barrett ...... McEwen, James Wood ...... McQuiggan, Paul Frederick Ncalon, Gervase Fabian ...... Nelson, Hilding Algernon Nevin, Robert John , ...... Newton, George Dewey .... O'Malley, Francis Joseph .... Penrod, Clarence B. ...... . Phifer, Robert Jacob ..... l'011p1, Walter Charles Procopic, Joseph ....... Reiter, Elmer Lee .... Roose, Arthur Eugene .. Rubin, Nathan Samuel Safier, Allen Norman .. 11 , 1 1 11 1, ll 1 lt 1, 1 -- -- 'thin l1 1 'l 1 ll l 1....1,....1,....,....1....11,....111...1...1111...1,...11...ttnt.,,,,........11...11,, ...,,... .1....11.........11,...tm...1.,..1..1..,.......1..1,, ...,, ....1,...1111.1.11...1,....,...11,....,...11.,. .. 1 1, ' l l 1 ., . 1 , , , , . ,lt ,1. ,. 11. 1., 1 1. 1 vriinlirvm111111111141un1rlunumnvimvlluniilirlmi11111111111111111111111111111111:11111111lnnuninluiun11unimuminriiuiivlui1111111111111111111141nnirvnnvuniutnnnnuinuimm l l .. . 400 Bessemer Ave., Fast Pittsburgh, Pa. Norristown, Pa.. .. ...... 111 Miller St., Rankin, Pa. .. . 352 S. Pacihc Ave., Pittsburgh .... .. 490i 5th Ave., Pittsburgh 308 S. TSI St., Duquesne, Pa. ........... 618 Herron Ave., Pittsburgh ... . 43 Garden Rd., Brentwood, Mt. Oliver ...,.... Montefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh ... .... 1421 Fast St., Pittsburgh . . . 239 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh 2009 Noble St., Swissvale, Pa. ...,........... Monongahela, Pa. ............... Painesdale, Mich. . . . . .1725 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh Carbondale, Pa. . 238 Johnston Ave., Pittsburgh . . . 6933 McPherson Blvd., Pittsburgh . . . . 558 East Bnd Ave., Pittsburgh .. . . . . ... . 1436 Westfield Ave., Pittsburgh 1929 Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. ................. Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh Frederickstown, Pa. Sewickley, Pa. . . . 190 Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue, Pa. ..... 464 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh Versailles, Pa. .............. 3890 Fast St., Pittsburgh 32 F. Main St., Carnegie, Pa. 876 Fifth Ave., New Kensington, Pa. 1521 Third Avenue, New Brighton, Pa. Box 70, Homer City, Pa. ..... 340 Academy St., Carnegie, Pa. . . . . . . . Magee Hospital, Pittsburgh 2707 VVindgap Rd., Ingram, Pa. 4828 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 5819 Forbes, St., Pittsburgh ........... 1308 Carson St., Pittsburgh . ......... 231 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh 868 Fifth Ave., New Kensington, Pa. Willow Avenue, Castle Shannon, Pa. .. 121 University Place, Pittsburgh .. . .. . . .. Jenki11s Arcade, Pittsburgh .. ....... 140 Bigham St., Pittsburgh .......... 312 W. Jefferson St., Butler, Pa. 1039 Armour Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 118 W. Swissvale Ave., Edgewood, Pa. Export, Pa. R. D. No. 1,Verona, Pa. Polk, Pa. Vandergrift, Pa. .. Magee Hospital, Pittsburgh 7721 Bennett St., Pittsburgh ...... 4811 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 2404 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh 322 Allegheny Ave., Kittanning, Pa. Mavo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 930 Bryn Mawr Road, Pittsburgh 291 - 13th Stl, Ainbridge, Pa. Boston Dispensary, Boston, Mass. .... ...... 820 Ligonier St., Latrobe, Pa. Mount Jewett, Pa. Avella, Pa. . . .. Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. . .... 1302 Louise St., Munhall, Pa. . . . ....................... Pitcairn, Pa. West Reading, Pa. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Mit1n. Verona, Pa. .. . Leech Farm Sanitorium, Pittsburgh 201 Beech St., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 5130 Second Ave., Pittsburgh --. ... 611 - 5th Ave., McKeesport, Pa. 84 11in11lim11mm1.11111.-.11mn111...11mn11.11111mn1im..1mm1lima...-1mm11...1mmin-1.1im1mmnmmu11.1.11I..1W...1my1W.,1.ui1mmmn11mi1.uiW...11...iiiw..iw...mmiii...11....ii.1..m....m. UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Saling, Robert Phillip .... Saul, Sydney Milton .... Shick, Norman Alton ..... Simon, Richard Joseph Snyder, Richard Charles .... Statti, Louis William ..... Steele, Logan Harvey .... Stem, Theodore Bourle .... Stutz, Martin ........... ..... 'l'annehill, Willard Francis 'l'orin, David Irving ..,.. , . .. Watterson, Kenneth Ward Williamson, George Ralph 1.11111.1.11nm1...-41mm.im111.1.111.-111111.11tim111.1111im-1mm11im.11-uw..-1111.1.111...1111.111mmnw1mi1it-it1mit111141im111.11111.14it-.1111...111.111im11im1mm...it1.im11im111.11111111111.11-ii..-M... .. 2320 Carson St., Pittsburgh 1710 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh Indiana, Pa. ...... . Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh . 850 California Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh . . University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. 305 Lexington Ave., Aspinwall, Pa. 528 Donner Ave., Monessen, Pa. ............ 624 N. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh 604 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa. 743 Chislett St., Blossburg, Pa. ............ 6tl1 St., Charleroi, Pa. 646 Washington St., Dormont, Pa. 1930 enn Ave., Pittsburgh Allison, W., C. Benz, C. F. .... . lloharas, Saul .... Bryson, J. E. .... . Carman, W. G. Cervino, A. L. .. Cohen, Joseph Corbett, F. I. Decker, D. A. .. Diess, R. G. ..... . Donaldson, R. D. lilisler, W. L. ..... . Emmerling, J. F. Fetterman, G. H. Frye, R. R. ....... . Georgetson, S. I. Goehring, H. D. .. Goldblum, Albert Goldlield, I. L. Golomb, M. W. Grimes, C. W. .. Groves, F. N. Hackett. B. I. .. Harenski, J. F. Harmon, Edison .... Heatley, J. L. ....... . Hinderer, Kenneth .... Hoekenberry, F. D. .. Hockenberry, R. E. Hoffman, W. J. .... . Hudson, Annie M. Keeling. E. I. ..... . Kennard, W. J. .... . Koch, H. W. ........ . Kralick, Louise C. Llewellyn. J. A. .... . Lutz, R. I. ...... . Maurer, I. F. Myers, W. A. McMillen, C. L. O'Loughlin, D. L. Patterson, W. B. Peterson, W. G. Pom mutius W F' .. 1 . . . . Reynolds, R. A. .. Ritter, R. C. Schade, F. F. Schmitt, C. L. .. Scott, J. W. Seitz, C. J. ..... . Sexauer, I. F. Shaffer, R. L. .. Shrader, L. C. .. Stewart, R. C. ..... . Teplitz, Fsther -H. .. Walker, D. H. ..... . Walker, G. H. ....... . Warnick. R. D. ........ . Wechsler, Sylvia M. Westervelt, F. B. .... . .. 564 Teece Ave., Bellevue, Pa. 2723 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh Pittsburgh ' 'o5ss'Q4vti., 'West Vieiw, Pu. .. Il Joel Ave., W. Ingram, Pa. 620 Clay . . . Presbyterian Ave., Jeannette, Pa. Q n Deceased Hospital, Pittsburgh .............. West Penn Hospital, Pa. 205 - l8tl1 . Allegheny General St. Francis Mercy Mercy . Allegheny General Mercy 1710 Bedford Av St., Sharpsburg, Pa. Hospital, Pittsburgh ....... Butler, Pa. Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh enue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 590 Herron Ave., Pittsburgh ..... 5901 P . .1'vv5'1i611' ' ' 'Aiidriii St. Francis Hospital, 2740 Glenmore Ave., Mercy Hospital, . 3053 Brereton Ave., West Penn Hospital, .. 4201 Murray Ave., . T28 Oakland Ave., Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Zclienople, Pa. St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh ...... .. .. Wahjamega, Michigan . . . . . Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh 201 - Sth Ave., McKeesport, Pa. eny General Hospital, Pittsburgh .. St. Tohn's Hospital, Pittsburgh . 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"' ' llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll , W umnlqmlllllllllllllllllllmll m i l mimnlmluyllminm M E D I c A L s c H o o L Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili H1ii1H1iIininiiiinmiViniiHiiimiiiiiiiiii.IititIfminininHiHinmuimil...HimuiimiiiuiitV1.11iHiWi1.uimmimiinui1mim..w..iwmm.i Hinmimiiim-iiiniiiinii.uimmiiinii.Hiiwimmiimil.uiiinmi.uiiWiitmiituiii.ul1U..itmiiiI..itN..iiwillW11init1WiiV..it1H.1i,mi1in11nmi.ui1iniiiuiii..mmiiwni cc HERE are men and classes of men that stand above the common herdg the soldier, the sailor, and the shepherd not unfrequentlyg the artist rarelyg rarelier still, the clergymang the physician almost as a rule. He is the Hower fsuch as it isj of our civilizationg and when that stage of man is done with, and only remembered to be marvelled at in history, he will be thought to have shared as little as any in the defects of the period, and most notably exhibited the virtues of the race. Generosity he has, such as is possible to those who practice an art, never to those who drive a trade: discretion, tested by a hundred secretsg tact, tried in a thousand embarrassmentsg and, what are more important, Heraclean cheerfulness and courage. So it is that he brings air and cheer into the sick room, and often enough, though not so often as he wishes, brings healing." ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. 88 Tf'i'EIIll"'4lllllI5i'E1:- p l ll -ll till 11in1itini1in1ilnl111.11ll.H11ni1ilI..111.liit..-iiiH.ii1-.111mil1V.111ll.ll11li1111V.1itmi11it-it11-.I1it--1111u1llin1111.1ii11.111mui1i..mt.lw.ml.wl..ii I111in111ui111.1111ui111.111in111.H11...1iU.-iit..iw..wt..w 1..-il1mtimu111tml1...11lim111iniimi11nm111inil11lmit11-1.1lim11in1ll1I.111tml1ll.11llui111...it1..111.Hll1.liilm11um1l..11mtl11tmll...111nm1N.11ll.H11t..1ll1in11it-.1111it-.411tmiiml11mi-1ml.ittml1it,..w...w.l..ii... N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H WILLIAM VVIGHTMAN BLAIR, MJT. l'rul'ess0r of O1llllllZli111OiLJgj' Al.lD, Hulmemunn Medical College, Pliilaclelpliia, l'a. University of Gottingen and Heiclellierg, Germany lnternesliip, I-lomenpzltliie llospitnl, i,ll.lSilllI'gll, Pa. Associated witll tl1e School of Meclieine since 1913 Stuff surgeon to the Homeopatlxie, VVestern Pennsyl- vania, St. Nlzu'g:1ret's Memorial, ,lilizubetln Steel Magee, and Eye and Ear Hospitals Member of Alplia Oniegu Alpha JOHN .IENKINS BUCHANAN, A.M., M.D., l'h.D. Professor of Surgery lNl.lJ., University of l'ennsylv:1ni:1 .-XM., University of iiillSillll'gll l5.Sc., University of l'ittsl1urg'li l'h.IJ., XVZlSlllllg'lUll :incl jetierson College burgli, l':1. IOI5 and from IOZI to clau- Surgeon to ' Mercy Hospitzil ICXVING VVlLlIllli DAY, MLD. Professor lfmeritns uf'Otology, Lzwyngology and Rliin- ology I M.lJ., Cieorgetown University lnternesllip, Central limergency Hospital, X'V1l.Slllllj2flUlT, lJ. C. Cllietf of Stuff, Eye :incl liar Hospital Otolnryngologist to the lilizztlietli Steel Magee llospital Consultant in Otolzlryngelngy to the Collnnliiu anal Chil- clren's llospitzils l':1st Vresiclent of tlte American l.aryng'ologiC11l, Rhin- ologienl and Otologiczll Society 89 lnternesltip, Vtfestern Vennsylvzmizi Hospital, Pitts- Vrofessor of Surgery in the School of Medicine IQOI- llll lllllli ll ll' lllllllll ll' ll 'llll 3, -rr uunvilullllflllllllllllllllllrumlal fI.J:::mllu:::::ll' uw., m ftlrmllmlllwpilllxmlnw' 'mi' J " 1 W ll - l l I ht all llll rlllm W wb lllll ,r , .,, W th wry . lt 'ly.l,ll"l'f1 M E D I c A I. s c H O 0 L 1 l lvltllllllfl I !'l!'I IH llwylllx llxr I H X l!Iv1l4"I1!!! mu 1 1 I IIIWWKIIxxvvllXxvlllXXIII'XXylllWylllWWylllwIIIIWWVIIIWWIIIXxklllXXyyllXXylllWXyillWWVII4WyyltwwyyllwwylllwivlllXYIIAXXYIIXXXYIIXXylllxXIAINNVyllxxlllqxvvllXXIII4XXYIIXXYII4XNyllxxyllqxxyllXXIVIXxxilllxxllllxilllxxilll, lllllmlm :i ,p,lniu,w JOHN UALVERT DONALDSON, A.M., M.D. Professor of Anatomy 3,l.D., johns Hopkins University lnterneship, Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital Formerly affliatecl, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati At present alliliatecl, University of 'Pittsburgh since 19225 Laboratory Staff, Cliilclren's Hospital CHARLES CLAUDE GUTHIRIIJ, MJD., I.'h.D. Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology M.D., University of Missouri Interneship, Parker Hospital, Columbia, Mo. 1'h.lJ., University of Chicago llemonstrator in Physiology, XfVestern Reserve Uni- versity lnstruetor in l"hysiology, University of Chicago Professor of 'Physiology and Pharmacology, Wasliiiig- ton University Physiologist in charge of clinical physiology laborator- ies of the lilizabeth Steel Magee and Chilclren's Hospitals lXlember ol' Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha WILLIAM HARVEY GUY, M.D. Professor of Dermatology M. D., University of Pittsburgh Postgraduate Woi'k at Columbia University lnterneship, Allegheny General Hospital Associated with llepartment of Medicine since IQIQ Dermatologist to Elizabeth Steel Magee, St. j'ohn's General, Eye and liar, South Side, Presbyterian, and Passavant Hospitals, Consulting Dermatologist to Sewiekley Valley and Homestead Hospitals Y Member of Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Beta Pi 90 1.IIIinIII.I11i.IIIIIiiIII..III1.IIIH.IlIV.Ill1.ivii,iiIIIi..III...III.IIII..III,HIII-.IIIII.IIII.llIIII..IIIinIIII.IIIIIIIIII..IIII.1IIIIV.IIII.wm.wl.wi..iw.l IIinIIiniw-mimw..m.-itI.ll11inIw..vii-mw..wi.ii imliwimii N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H JAMES IIIGIIAVAN HIGAIRD, MJT. l'roI'essor of Medicine M.lJ., University ol' l'ennyslv1lniz1 lllI.CI'Ill!Slll1l, Gernmntown llospitnl, l'l1il:ulelpl1i:1, l':1. Attemling Physicizln to Piltshurgli Ilospital, later At tending llhysicizxn to St. l"rz1ncis I-llospitul Medical Consultant to Pzlsszivzxnt, Cl1ildren's and Eliza beth Steel Magee Hospitals Connnunding Otlicer of General ,lflospital No. 27, A CHARIIIGS HENRY HICNNINGICR, MJD. Professor of l'syehi:1try M.lJ., University ol' l'ittslnn'gl1 lnterneship, St. lfruncis Hospital hleniber ol' llepnrtinent of Neurology since 1905 Assistant Superintendent, State lnstitnte, llolk, IOOI 1905 Neurologist to St. ,lohn's General and Chilclren's I-los pitals NClll'tbllSyCllIIIIl'ISI to St. I"r:1ncis l-lospital Psycllintrist to lilizzlheth Steel Nlngee Hospital Member ot' llhi Rho Sigma n I .Xnmlo MA., l'h.lD., Yule, Yule School ol' Medicine, Bonn University, Germanv Assistant in Zoology, Sllellield Scientilie School, Yale lnstrnctor in Anatomy, Yule School ol' Medicine .ASSlSl.IlI1Il l'rol'essor of Histology and Neurology, Uni- versity of Pittslmnrgh, School ot llfledicine Assistant Professor ol Anatomy, Yule School of Medi- cxnc Professor of Anatomy, 'University ol' l'ittsln1rI-TIL SCIIOUI of Medicine since IOIQ 91 iii1ti..1W..1mi11mit.ui11...ii1...1im..W..1W.11W.1maitW1mit,ni1...ii1mi11mi1N...1mit1ma1V...11...11V...11..1.1,mi11..if1mi11ii..1W.1H...iti.n..nt..m...ii ...Hnmiw.imiw-.ii M E D I C A L S C H O O L JAMES l". J0llNS'l'0N, M.D. Lt. Colonel, Medical Corps, U. S. A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics M.lJ., University of Alabama Interneship, Hillman lflospital, Birmingham, Alabama Graduate of Army Medical School Professor of Military Science and Tactics at Albany Medical College Army VVar College, 1925-1929 tif u l if A it itil: 1 ' 1 1 1 ia i it yr1?'fi,lIl'll W' ii mu ' ffiiiiilii RALEIGH IRUSSIGLL HUGGINS, M.D. lJean of School of Medicine University of l'ittshnrgh Professor of Gynecology M.lJ., Miami Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio Interneship, Cincinnati Hospital Associate Professor of Gynecology 1912-19 Dean of School of Medicine and Professor of Gyne- cology since 1919 Gynecologist to lilizaheth Steel Magee Hospital and Director of that l-lospital Member of Phi Beta 1'i, Alpha Omega Alpha 'I7HE0l'HILl4l .KARL YITHIGOIJOIRIG KIRUSIG, A.M., I'll.D. llrofessor of llhysiology and l'harmacology A.M., l"h.lJ,, University of Missouri Formerly Instructor in Physiology and Pllarniacology, University of Missouri Member of Sigma Xi, llhi Beta Pi, Gamma Alpha 92 imuN...i,mimuH...1.mimi.1tml1ui.it...i1....1v...,i...ii....it....it...,11...11...i1N...itmlmmH...iH..ii1...1i-iniN...imt.i.....i-...v....i...1,.i .1imlmm.uiini.W..iiU..i1...im.w....m..it.. .ini..1...ui,tml11...11...iiitmltu...1tu..iN...11...Hitu...i...Uimmitu..HH..iiU...inmi.....w...i.,..W..,w..iiV..11...1i....1H...1t...1iH..iii.H1.im11U.1ml.ii....itm.,i...HitiV..11.mummiH.........11t....i,....1i.....it...-.M UNlvERstTY or PITTSBURGH GEORGE RUFUS LACY, MJD. ,l'rofessor of l-laeteriology and lmmnnology, and Aet- ing .l-leatl of Department of Vatliology M,lJ., Vanclerlmilt University .Post Graduate, lflarvarcl lntcrneslxip, Vanderbilt Medical-Seliool Hospital, Nash- ville, Tennessee 'Instructor in Bacteriology, Vanclerlmilt University Metli- eal School llemonstrator in llaetcriology ancl llatliology, Univer- sity of Pittsburgll, Seliool of llletlieinc, 1915-17 Professor of l3aeteriolo5.:y and Immunology and Acting Head ol' the llepartment' ol' Patliology sinee 1925 JAMES HOMIGR MCUIWIAIDY BLD. Professor of Laryngology anal Rliinology Nl.lJ., ,letTerson Meclieal College l'ost Graduate, University of Vienna llll.t'l'llCSlllD, Vtfestern Pennsylvania l-'lospital Laryngolopgist to lfye anal liar Hospital Otologist and Laryngologist to the llixmont and SC wiekley Valley llospitals Member ol' Phi Beta 1'i WVILIJIAM SVVINDLICR M0Itl.l'1I1lNlY, ILS., MJD. 'Professor of llllysiologieal lfliemistry N.lJ,, University ol l'ittsbnrgl1 Formerly Stntlent Assistant in l'l1ysiolo5.fy ancl Phar- macology, University of l'ittslmnrg'l1 lnstrnetor in Vliysioloigieal Chemistry Assistant l'roft-ssor of Pliysiologieal Chemistry, Uni-- versity of llittslmnrgli l'roft-ssor ol' Pliysiologieal Chemistry ancl Assistant to the llean sinee 1025 liioeliemist to tlie St. lfraneis, lilizalietlt Steel Magee. Cliiltlrt-n's, antl Vreslmyterizm Hospitals Member ol' Alplia Omega Alpha 93 Illlllll ill' ll t lll lt lil ll' l 'tllll lil llmlm 'Im In ilh, Hmumlmmlu uw MEDICAL sci-aoot m n , f A T4l..l:uut- itil ' L f V tlftlllh , lllffgMil 9 lt",l"""' , NIIWIIUIIIH Illlllllllllllll llllllldllilllllllllll 'l l THOMAS MeIiI4lAN 'l'HOMI'SON MeliI'lNNAN A.l!., A.M., MJD. Professor of Neurology A, B., Washington anml jefferson College M.lJ,, University of I'ennsylvania Interneship, VVestern Pennsylvania llospital, l'itts-V hurgh, Pa. Professor of Anatomy in the original faculty of the Western Pennsylvania Meflieal College, Clater the School ol' Merlieine, University of l,lll,Sl3lll'tlfil,Q after serving in this Capacity for fourteen years he became Professor of Neurology Assistant l'hysieian, llixniont Hospital Assistant Surgeon, XVL-stern l'ennsylvania Hospitalg Neurologist, Allegheny General il-lospitalg Consult- ant to the MeKeesport and Allegheny County Hos- pitals Neurologist to the St. liraneis and lilizaheth Steel Ma- gee Hospitals Mennher ol' Phi lleta l'i and Nu Sigma Nu CUIVPIS CAMl'ISl1lllL MICCHIAING, A.l5., A.M., M.ll. l'rot'essor of Proetology A.l-Z., NM., Grove City College M.lJ., University of Michigan luterneship, Allegheny General llospital Assistant Surgeon to Western l'ennsylvania Hospital Proetologist to the St. Iiraneis and l'resbyterian Hos- pitals, the l'ittshurgh Diagnostic Clinie, and the Skin ancl Cancer ltitlllllililllllll Consultant to the lloinestearl llospital llleniher ol' .'Xll1t'l'lL'Illl Proetologie Society, Pennsylvania State Medical Society 'HAROLD Al'l'I1l4IGA'l'I4l MILLIGII, M.ll. Professor of Obstetries M.lJ., University of T'ittsh1n'gh Post tirarluate, lirauenklinie, University ol lleiclelherg, Germany lnterneship, VVestern Pennsylvania ancl Chilclren's llos- pitals, Pittsburgh Assistant VVestern Pennsylvania llospital Ohstetrieian to South Side and Allegheny General Hos- pitals I Chief Ohstetrieian to the lllizaheth Steel Magee ancl l'reshyterian Hospitals Consultant to the Sewielcley Valley Hospital Member of Nu Sigma Nu 94 I IIIII.IIII.IIII.1IIINIII1.IIIIV-IIII.IIII.1IIIHIIIIUIIIV.ImW.Iw..Hw.,TWw,.W.,W.W.W,WWwwIIIII.4IIu.Iw..mI.,w.,w, .IIIIIIIHI,I,HIII.III.,IIIInIIWWw..w,.W I..IIII..IIIII.IIIII..IIII..IIII..IIIII.IIII...IIIV..IIIIII.IIIIIUIIII..IIIII..IIII..IIIV.IIIII..IIII..IIIIHTIII.IIIIII.III..w,.,wI.w..m.., N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H IGIIIIIGN JAMES l'A'l"I'l4IliS0N, MJD. I'1'oIurssor of IIrom'I1oscupy zlml I.:L1'yng'oIogy LXl.ID., xfVOIllL'II't-3 Medical College, I'I1iI:uIcIpI1i:L IIIIUIIILYHIIIIJ, Nlzlsszwllllscils Stun: Iluspilzll I.:u'y11g'oIug'isl to tI1c Iiyc :md Iizu' Ilospitzll I.:n'y11g'oIogisl. :Incl Ii1'm1cI1osvu11isL to lllc I'1'csIxylc1'i:m .I-'Iospilal Bmnlclmuscopist to thc Allegheny fiom-1':1I, X'VCHIL'I'II l'cmlsyIv:u1i:x :mal CIIIILIIIEIIYS Ilospilzlls DAVID SILVER, M.D. I'1'oI'cssm' Iimurilns df O1'lImpccIiC Surgery M.lD., I'I2lI'VII.l'lI University Post Clrzuluzltc work at Iicrlin, Viclmzl, :xml VVllrzIm11rg Ortlmpcmlic Slll',I2fCOIl to AIlcg'I1c11y Gcncrzll :uul Cllilr 1Ircn's Ilospiluls Surgeon in clmrgc, IJ. T. NVZIISOII Home for Cripplccl Cllilclrcn 95 HENRY YIIHOMPSON l'lIIl I4 Ii S , 'II S , M D I,I'0I-CSSOI' of l'cdi:1l1'ics ILS, XLS., I'cm1syIv:u1i:1 Stale Co L M.IJ., Umvcrsily of I'cm1syIv:1 Post lirzullmtc, I,'I1iI:uIcI11I1i:1, Nux Xollx C 5 Vlllllll :md Ilcrlin Intcmusllip, .'XIIcg'In-ny Iicncrzll Hosp Assistant in Orllmopcmlic Snrgn 1 llll I Ivuspitnl AI IIIIESUITI, lJil'0c'lo1', c.IIIIIII'L'lI'N Ilus I,CCIIllII'ICIIIll to thc Iilizzlbclll SILLI M lgm IImp1l1I Cmmlltillg' I'ucIi:1l1'im'i:u1 to thu We Q mm v :xml I'1'csImylcri:u1 Ilospltzlls 'mwummwllwllw i'l'l"lJllt"lll!l2l'l1Il ,M ffvriiillvllllwiltlumi rl i 11, ,iili:,,,n , Ulu it , llhi illlvll M E D I C A L S C H o 0 L i iliilllilllll ululltulllulllnllllulllulllriluwlnullwulllullwil 'IWIOMAS SH A VV A ICISUTIAI NOT Associate Professor of Medicine A.l3., Yale University M.lJ., Columbia University LL.D., University of Pittsburgll L.R.C.l'., University of London lXfI.R.C.S., Royal College of Surgeons, England lnterneship, Mercy Hospital vania Hospitals 19094919 Memhcr ol Alpha Omega Alpha M0ll'I'IMl'2Ii UOHIGN, ILS., M.D. Associate Professor ol l.'athology MJD., University of l'ittsbnrgl1 lnterneship, Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. Formerly Mellon lfellow in Pathology Assistant in Pathology Research Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri At present Pathologist to lilizabeth Steel Magee ,Hos- pital Nlemher of l'hi Delta lipsilon, Alpha Omega Alpha GIGOIQGIG VVASHINK-l'I'0N Glillflli, MJD. Associate l'rolessor ot Roentgenology M.lJ., jefferson Medical College lnterncship, Western Pennsylvania Hospital Margarefs Memorial, Allegheny General, lllercy Hospitals lilizabeth Steel Magee, and St. john's General pitals 96 ILM., MJD., LLJJ., M.li.U.S., L.li.U.l'. Formerly alliliatcrl with Mercy ancl VVestcrn Pennsyl- llean of School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Formerly alliliateml with VVestern Pennsylvania, St. and At present Roentgenologist to Presbyterian, Passavant, l los- 11V.1t1.tttiiniiN..1ii-.111.ttt11.ttttntii--iiiV..t1t..ittV..t1iin1ii1.1i1mt11ini1mti1V...1iV..i1iV..tiimt111..11i1in1tt...t11i..11ii-111ini11inW-.w...iw..w.. 1 init11.11mtitt..ii1initi...tti..ii,...w..n,..m..wi 1iini1....11mtiimy111.mi1nmiimntinmi...Hi1H..11,im1i...M1N...iii...t1imt1it..i1N..1it..1i1mtiH..W..ii...w...iw.,t , , t....i,...w...ii,...n.,.m...ii 1...,ttt..m...tw...w....,, V...tttt...ttW..t11mtttW.tW..mt...m,...tw N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H JOHN 14'l4lliRY GliIl!'lt'IVl'H, M.D. Associate l'rol'cssor of Surgery M.IJ., Aleclico-Chirurgical Medical College, Vliiladelpliia lnterneship, Mercy Hospital At Present on Stall' of Mercy Hospital llleniber of Phi Rho Sigma l4'IiItlDl4lRlCIi MURRAY JACOB, M.D. Associate l'roI'essor of Dermatology lNfl.lJ., University of Pittsburgh Interneship, Mercy Hospital Fornierl lnstrnetor in Immunology, and Instructor and Y Assistant .Professor of Dermatology Afliliatetl with lilizalmeth Steel Magee, St. Francis, St. Margarefs lllemorial, Vittslmnrgli, and Presbyterian Hospitals Member of American llermatological Association, Al- pha Omega Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu LESTER HOLLANDER, M.D. Associate Professor of liermatology M.D., University of l,illSlJlll'jIll .lformerly Demonstrator in Medicine, IQI2-I4 At present Metlical .Director llittslmtirgli Skin and Cancer lfounclation, 1-leaml of Department of llerinatology antl Syphilis, llittslnirgli City Hos- pital, lleacl ol' llepartnient of Dermatology and Syphilis Monteliore Hospital i L 97 Htllllul l llllll lll ii i. ltlllliil li ll ll lil i ll ll lllllil 'll ll' lllil i I ll l Www, in.iiii.iiii.iiiiiniiii.iiii.iiiiitiiii1.iii,iiiiiitiii1-iiiiniiiHiiii..iiii.iiiii.1iiii1.iiii.iiiii.iiii,iiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiii.Niiiiiiiiitiii..1i11A1iiHiiiiniiitiiiiniiiiniiifw.wiiwn.mii EDWVAIQD I+lVEliIQ'l'T MAYER, AJS., A.M., M.D. All., A.M., M.D., University of l'ittsbL1rg'l1 Interneship, Allegheny General Hospital Neurologist to Presbyterian, South Side, and Monte- fiore Hospitals Consultant, City Hospital, Mayview lllemlxer of Phi Beta Pi lil it Q ml Wllilll all l till THOMAS MCUANUE IWABON, ILS., M.D. Assoeiate lfroiessoi' of Hygiene and l,l'l!VCllllVC Medi- cme Assistant 1'rot'essor of Medicine ll.S., Princeton University M.D., Harvard University MAUD LENORA Ml1lN'l'lCN, M.D., I'll.D. Associate lfrolessoi' of Pathology M.D., University ol 'l'oronto Ph.D., University of Chicago Post Graduate work in Berlin Interneship, New York Infirmary for Women and Children, New York City Formerly ahiliatedz University of Toronto, Bernard Skin and Cancer lfoundations, St. Louis, Kranken- haus Am Urban, Berlin Present affiliated, University of Pittsburgh since 1919 Pathologist to lilizabeth Steel Magee and Children's Hospitals Member of Zeta 1'hi 98 ...................i....iii.........ii...................................................................................................................................... ........ ...... , , .r ....U....l............................ .... ... ...i.....................................................................................................ui......................................H.....................................................H..................-...........................-............................ IVERSITY or PITTSBURGH HOIVAIID HENRY 'I.'I4lIlMAR, A.M., M.D. Associate 'Professor ol l'athology M.D., University of l'ittshurgh V lnterneship, Mercy Ilospital Formerly Resident in Pathology Mercy and lilizaheth Steel Magee Hospitals Captain, M. C. Base llospital No. 27, Aflf. F. At present l'athologist and Director of Laboratories, Mercy Hospital Memher ol Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha THOMAS Glillalli SIMONTON, ALIS., M.D. Associate l"rol'essor ol' Medicine A.l3., W. Sz J. College ' M.D., University of l'ittshurgh lnterneship, Mercy Hospital Formerly on Medical Stall' of Children's and Passavant Hospitals At present on the Medical Stall' ol' St. Francis Hospital lformer 'President American College ol llhysicians Memher of Beta Theta l"i, lihi lieta l'i, Alpha Omega Alpha, NNilliam Pepper' Medical Society JOHN RIGID SIMPSON, A.Ii., M.D. Associate Professor of Otology A.l5., lfranklin and Marshall College M.D., .l'ell'erson Medical College lnterneship, Western Pennsylvania l-lospital Otologist to the Eye and liar Hospital Ololaryngologist to the Children's and l'assavant lflos- pitals Formerly Otolaryngologist to Base Hospital No. 27, A. i F. F. 99 .1iii...ii...iiiH.iiii..ii..,iiHiiii.1iiii,ii.utiiiHiiiutii.Hii...tii.HiiH.iiiiniiH.iiittiiiH.iiWiiiiH.iiU.,iiiWii...tii..iiii1.4iiiWiimtiiH.iimtliH..iW.lW.iiwtiH.,llU.iiV..iiH..ii...nmW,.i. miiiWii.Himmii..iiV..iimtiiW.,iWiiW.,iwtiWH..livmiV..iiwititu-1it--iiimtiiWitH-ii1Witmtimtitiniiiinitii-iiiii-itit-4iii-1in-4irmivmirv-n-uw-nw-n-in I t in:Ii:nlllltllnlilllmllluluruiii liriiiunilllmlwillllxlmmll' ,..llilMmm i if ll, ,, i A rUeft "III'-'- M E D I c A L s C H o 0 L iiiliw i lii STANLEY SINULAIR SMITH, M.D. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology MD., jefferson Medical College lnterneship, Allegheny General T-lospital Formerly Assistant in Physiology, VVestern Pennsyl- vania Medical College Formerly Ophthalmologist to Base llospital No. 27, A. E. F. At present, staff of lfye and liar, ancl Columhia Hos- pitals Member of Phi Beta Pi lgglglqlrl' L. ANDIGICSON, MJD. Assistant Professor of Urology alll., University ol' l'ittshurgh ' Post Cramlnate New York City lnterneship, South Side and Sl- .lflllllisl ll05l7it?1lS, Pint?- hurgh 'lformerly alliliatefl with llittshnrgh City Hospital, May- view, and VVestern Pennsylvania Hospitals l'resent Urologist to South Sicle, St. ,lohn's, fllomesteacl, ancl Ohio Valley lloSDilFllS Member of l'hi Rho Sigma CHARLES JIOSIGPH ISAICONIG, NLD. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 1'l.lJ., University of Bullalo IlllCQlCS:llD, German lleaeoness' Hospital, linllalo, New orc Formerly afliliatecl with Royal Victoria Hospital, Mon- treal At present on Staff ol' lilizabeth Steel Magee Hospital Member of Nu Sigma Nu lO0 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH ALIGXANDICIQ HUN'I'l4lIi UOIAVIGLIA, M.D. Assistant Vrofessoi' of Metlirine MJD., University ol llillSlJlll'g.3,'l1 lnterneship, XfVestern Pennsylvania Hospital lforlnerly, Mellon Fellow in Medicine Resident Tuberculosis League Hospital Base Hospital No. 27, A. li. F. At present Stall' of Presbyterian anrl St. Margaret? Memorial Hospitals lVleniber ol Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha LEO HIGRMAN CIRIICP, ILS., MJD. Assistant Professor of Medicine anml lnslrnctor in Phy siology lnterneship, Passavant llospital BS., MD., University of I'ittsburgh PresentIalliliated with 'Passavant and Montehorc Hos pita s HARRY IKYIGRSON llltllllilflli, XLR., M.D. Assistant l"rolcssor of Surgery A.li., Princeton MJD., College of Pliysici:-ms and Surgeons Columbia University lnterneship, Preshyterian Hospital, New York City Formerly alliliated with the VVcstern .Pennsylvaiiia llos- pital At present, l'reshyterian Hospital, l"ittshurgh 101 Meniher of l'hi Delta Iipsilon and Alpha Omega Alpha W.,WmiitwilmmmilmmH..lmlW..ll.urU...i1.uiinH11.1illm.ll...llluillWlliniitni.ilH.it1wiiHin1milW11.HlW1nwWH11itiiW.1w.ilw.lw.w..lw Ww.m.mv..m...w .lW.lrH..lmr1lWirlinllU.lllit1ll.Ullmi111iti1linlllW1iH.11WiiV...11milll.1llmtllV...1lH.iilUlllV..1lUliimtllin1W.llinllmillV.i1imilnr.ll.rilt..ii1miiH.111V..iw-iiwiiiwimiill M E D I C A L S C H O O L ww...iw.iw .m.wwlw.w mwiiiwiiwi Wil Wil immllriwm mmm r IRA .DWIGHT HOGG, ILA., lVl.A., l'h.D. Assistant 'Professor of Anatomy MA., Ph.'D., University of Kansas Formerly alliliatecl with University of Kansas Medical School 1l1lm..ilWn,..m..ilmmmmm... i i rtrimriiiiirim .wmw.lW l.llvm.im.i inmmmiw. Illllllll vllllllllill i i llltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllitl l 'Q 'lllll ll mmwwlm l t i tall lrllllllllll l M rrrri i it 2 l r, In Qmllll. l il il ilii il i linililliil l llIIllIIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll iii GICORGE LIVINGSTON HAYS, M.D. Assistant l'rol'essor ol Surgery MJD., University ol Pennsylvania lnternesliip, Mercy Hospital Un Staff ol Mercy Hospital since 1890 Member of Phi Beta Ili EDIVARD JOSEPH lIIeUAG'UI4l, ILS., M.D. Assistant Professor ol Urology MD., University ol' Pittsburgli Internesliip, Mercy Hospital, l'ittsburgli anrl Montreal General Hospital , Montreal At present Urologist to Mercy and Vittslmrgli City Hospitals 102 U R G H UNIVERSITY OF Puirsa l 'IGVAN XVIIALIAM Ml4llil4lDl'I'H, MJD. Assistzuit Professor of Surgery MJD., llfleclico-Cltirurgiczil Meclirzil College, llliilzulel- pliin lnlernesliip, Mercy llospitztl Formerly zlllilizlteml with Alleglicny fienernl llospitztl, l,lllSl5ll1'lL1'l1 At present Stoll Surgeon to St. lTl'1lllClS, Cliilrlretfs, :intl ,l'resliyte1'1:m llospitztls ROY ROSS SNOVVIDIGN, AJS., A.M., M.D. Assistzuil Professor of Medicine All., A,lVli., VV. .l. College M.lJ., Johns Hopkins University llllCI'llCSlllll, Buy View :tml -Iolnis Hopkins Ilospitnls Baltimore lformerly alliliztteml with .Iolins llopkins Mecliezil Sclioo At present on SI ii i ' ' Vztsszivzmt Hospitals llletnlter of Nu Sigma N11 ltlllltlllltllllllli ISRUVVN U'I'lll4lY, A.ll., NLD. Assistant Professor ol' Medicine A.ll., Yule lVl.lJ., Coltnnlmin 'University lnternesltip, Prcslmyteriztn Hospilfit Il nity llospitztl, New York City Alliliztteml witli tltu Magee :tml St. lfrzttivif Hospitals, llome for 1nc1n':ilJles :tml llomc lor Crlpplecl Qlnl- l nd Sloane Mater- dren klenilmer of l'lii ,l-letzt linppzig Siglmil Xl lO3 :iff ol St. l'1'Z1l'lCl5, .l'realmyleii.xn, .tml IIlllllllllllllIlllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlllllltlllllllllltllllllllllllllll iiniiiullmgllmillmlllmllmiinr "iil!:'i::uliiul::::::lll"' MEDICAL SCHOOL iil ih. ..iw..m..iwiimiw. Nitin Wiiiiiiiiwiii Wim iimwiiiiwiiii iwwiiiiiiiii 'GROVEIL ULEVEIAAND VVEIL, Ph.G., M.D. Assistant llrofessor of Surgery li'h.G., lX'I.D., University of Pittshnrgh Interneship, Mercy Hospital At present on Stall' of Mercy I-lospital llleniber of Phi lleta Pi lllllllllllIUIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll- ANDREWV NVALLHA USER, M.D. Assistant l'rol'essor ol' Bacteriology and Pathology MJD., Jefferson Medical College Interneship, Newark City Hospital Formerly alliliaterl with City ol Newark, Newark City llospital, Vanclerlmilt Clinic, New York City, Neth- oclist I--lospital, lnclianapolis, Incl., College of Phy- sicians and Surgeons, Columbia University At present Assistant Pathologist to the Presbyterian Hospital, l'ittsburgh Member of l'hi Alpha Sigma GEORGE JESSE VVIHGIIIT, AJS., M.Il. Assistant Professor of Neurology A.B., Harvard M.lJ., University of l'ennsylvania lnterneship, Allegheny General Hospital Neurologist tollflercy, St. Francis, St. Margaret's Me- morial, St. Joseph's, and Eye and liar l-lospitals and to the 'lnclustrial Home for Cripplecl Chilclren lNleml'er of Phi Alpha lipsilon, Alpha Omega Alpha IO4 ' lf ' 11ii-11in111nri1ur11in111in11mr11in1iin111.H111Hm..w..im.,m..w1..111in111..1111..11my111.1111I.1111in111-.111in111inw--in-ww-wi-ii i.ri11.Hm..m..m..w...iii..11i...w...w..m..wi. .H111im11-.H111I--1i,...,,,ii..wii..w .H11in-4111in-11limii1.in1mm1mm1mm1ru-1ii--I111H-ii1in11ma1in-ii...ii...W.,m.1Hi..,ii1...1H,.,,i1im,i1i.,iH...r,i.im111...H1.mmmmiilim1mlm1mn111iiinmir-mm-mm-wi UNIVERSITY or Pl I LFS FDVVARD ZIFG'I1l4'li, CHA H J. A 1 1 1 ILA., l'h.li., A.M., NLD. Assistant llrofessor of Obstetrics HA., Ph.l3., A.lNl., Dickinson College lVl.l,l., University of Pennsylvania Intcrneship, Allegheny General Hospital Formerly at University olf Berlin and 'Leopold Clinic of Dresden Also at Allegheny General and Columbia Hospitals Professor ol' Obstetrics 1910-1918 Medical Director of Magee llospital 1910-TQIS Member of Phi Beta. 1'i PAUL DODDS, MJD. lnstruetor in Obstetrics MJD., College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University lnterneship, VVestern l'ennsylvania Hospital Residency, Sloan llospital, New York City Formerly aililiated with St. Margarefs, Western Venn- sylvania and Presbyterian Hospitals l'rescnt atliliation, Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital JOHN VV. l"Rl4lDI4l'I"l'l4l, M.D. Instructor in Surgery i MJD., University of l"ittsburgh lnterneship, Mercy Hospital Resident l"atholog'ist IOIS-I6 Resident Surgeon 1916-I7, Nlerey Hospital At present, Surgeon to Mercy Hospital Member of Nu Sigma Nu 105 , ii M E D I C A L S C H O O L ' ' 1in1iiu.wmw.w.Hm1H1Wiiin1W11..11H.1iinii1.1Wwmw.iw.m1wmwliwiiww 1iiin11mmHimHiw.nmHHiHiiiii.iiwimiwmwwmf11i1H1iiiin1i.uiiiiiwwwmwiwiH1wmimimmmU w.Ww,.W mmm .Hi G ICOKGE COIVFIN JOHNSON, NLD., SCJJ. i"rofcssor of Rocntgcnology lXl.IJ., SCU., University of l'itlsburgl1 At present rctircrl from practice Muinlwcr of Phi Beta Pi NVIIJLIAM WATT GRAHAM MAULACIAILAN NLD., LLM. Associate Professor of Medicine M.IB,, CM., 1XlcGill University ' Intcrncship, Montreal General Hospital i"ur1ncrly Assistant Professor of Pathology Pliysicizm to Mercy Hospitzai F3 ff!- 106 L i i it if if IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIHIllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIII iiniiiniimiit-iiiiiniii.iiii.rrilimiiiniiiiniii.riiiruiiirmiin-1iiiniii.iiiiiI.iiiiiitiimtliri-iiir-iiiiriwi--iii.. iiiiiiii.1iiir.4iii.,n.riiir.iiiriiiii.iriir..iiii.iiii.-in.-iii iiin.-riiiiiriiii..in.-iiirrmi iiiiiiw iniir-itiiiitiitr..iiirimiiniirimiiiniWiirr-iiiiiiiir.iii.Riiir.iirr.iiir..itY.,iiiiniiiY.iiiniiiiriiiiiniiiiitiinniir..inmirr..iiirmiiririiirriiiii UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Assistant Professors ROIIICIU' LOVE ANDICRSON, M.D. ...... ..... 1 Assistant Professor of Urology .losm-ir H. BARALIH, M.D. ................... .,..... A ssistant Professor of Medicine Cn'ARi.1ss josicvii BARONIC, M.D. ................. ........... A ssistant Professor of Obstetrics LAWRENCE Gllzoltorz l5n1Nl1AUl4:R, M.D. ............ Assistant Professor of Dermatology DAVID PIARTIN BOYD, A.B., M.D. ................. . Assistant Professor of Pediatrics NMILLTAM AIKEN l3RADsllAw, HS., M.D. .................. Assistant Professor of Medicine Ai.mcR'r josnvn BRUlecRif:N, M.D. .................. Assistant Professor of Neuropatliology ' ' , BS., M.D. ........................ Assistant Professor of Surgery IEDWIN I ORTICR iallCll.ANAN JAMl5s CLARK l3UR'r, Ph.C., M.D. .............. ............... . . WAIIJ EDWIN CARSON, A.M., M.D. ................. . SIDNEY Al-lEXANlJl'lll C1lA1.rAN'r, HS., ALIQXANDIQR IJIITNTIQR Coi.wr:r.i., M.D. STANLEY CRANNFORD, M.D. ......................... .. Liao IfllcRix4AN CRIIQP, li.S., M.D. ..... .. NlEl.SON PARRIQ DAVIS, M.D. .............. . iQlCNNlC'l'll Mostrar: iDAY, A.l3., M.D. ifARRY RYIERSON Diacliian, A.l3., M.D. ................. .... . . Hoi.i,AND 1'fUN'l'liR DoNA1.DsoN, A.M., M.D. ....... .. ANDR1-nw l'ra'l'icR .D,ZlN'TURA., M.D. ............................ ...... . T.1i1':oDoR1-1 f3'l"1'MAR El.'l'liRICll', AB., M.D. .IAMics K1-:m.1cY lCvicR11AR'r, M.D. ..... ............... . VVILLTAM JAY l7n'1"r1cR, .li.S., M.D. NA'1'llANllCl. ARTIIUR Flscl11cR, M.D. .... . ITIENRY Cl.liMICN'l' Fi.ooD, M.D. ......... El.l.1s MI1.l.s FRos'r, M.D. ................................. . iT1AROl..D lllcARc1c GARDNER, BS., M.D. ..... . BERNARD IXLICXANDIER GOLDMAN, M.D. ....... . .lAMns S. I'fAlNTMliltS, M.D. ............................ . C' in ' l'1i'.lVlNtiS'l'0'N I4lAYs M.D. ............... . JI Old I , IRA Dwioirr Homo, l3.A., M.A., Pli.D. CnARi.ics W. jlcNNiNc:s, M.D. .................... ...... . JAY CinoRor: 1.1NN, Pli.G., M.D. ............. . 'I'noMAs M QQANCIY: MAIEQJN, ILS., M.D. .................... . CnAR1.ns 1t'lowARD MARCY, M.D. ............ WA'rsoN MA1iSllAl.l'., A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Urology Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor of Gynecology BENDICR ZlCl.O'l'lCN CASIIMAN, A.B., M.D. ........... . M.D. ...... Assistant Professor of Gynecology Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Dermatology Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Otology Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Otology Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Dermatology Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant .Professor of Anatomy Assistant Professor of Oplithalmology Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine 1 ooloe f 'ind Rliinology Assistant Professor of .aryng .gy . g l' ll lll ll 'l l l'llllll'll I llliiiliillliill' l I Luliluullmllllmjllllllllllllll I Il' ll' D I C A L s c H o o L II l i I.iIIIIMIIMI..IIIIInIIIIIIImiIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIImiImmIIIIIImilIIIItmmHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIM,ImII..IIII..II...iimiImiIIIIIImiIMIII,IIIImilmiIIIIIInItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII ImiIImII.IiIImiIII..IIII..IImiIII.iII...III..II...IIImiII.IIII.IIIIII.IiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII VVIIQLIAM I-l1cNIav MAYIAIIQ, M.D. .... . EVAN WILLIAM MIQRIQDIIII, M.D. .... . Glcokcsii joslcvu MOIIII, S.l3., M.D. ...., .. IQDWARII JOSIil'll' MCCAc:UI':, M.D. ..... . CIIAUNCIQY LUCK PAl.lVlliR, M.D. ........... .................... . joIIN SIIAIfrIsII PLUMIQR, HS., M.D. ........... . CIIARLIss L. RICICD, M.D. ...........,... ............... ...... . JAMES WILLIAM ROBINSON, M.D. ......,......... . HOWARD CiUs'rAv SC'lll.l'Il'l'lCR, AB., M.D. 'l'IIoMAs TRovII.Lo SIIILPPARD, A.B., M.D. ........... . VVILLIAM' O,NEILl. SIIIQRMAN, M.D. .......... . ALVAN WOODWAIQII SIIIz1uzII.I., l3.S., M.D. PAUL IQOTIIROCK SIQIIIIQR, A.M., M.D. ....... .. GEORGE WAsIIINo'I'oN SMIcL'rz, M.D. .... . Rov ,Ross SNOWDIQN, A.M., M.D. ................. . FRIQDIQRICK BROWN U'rLI:v, A.B., M.D. .... . Ill I IIII IIII f Q J IIII l L lll II,I Assistant Professor of Neurology Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Assistant Professor of Urology Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine JAMES fJl.IVliR WALLACE, AP., M.D. Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery .ANDREW VVAI.l.,llAUSl5R, M.D. ...Assistant Professor of Bacteriology a1Id Pathology GROVIIR CLIQVIQLAND WIQIL, Ph.G., M.D. ........................ Assistant Professor of Surgery CoRNI:LIUs COLLINS WIIOLIQV, M.A., M.D. ...... Assistant Professor of Psychiatry GIzoRGIc jlcssla WRIc:II'r, A.l3., M.D. .............................. Assistant Professor of Neurology CARL CQSSMANN YoUN'1', M.D. ............ Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery CIIARLIcs liDwAIm Z1Icc:I.If:1z, A.M., M.D. .................. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics EDWAIIII WILLIAM ZUIQ Housr, M.D. ...... . Assistant Professor of Medicine LECTU RERS CIIEsTIcu FRANCIS IJRAKIC, Sc.D., Division Superintendent, Filtration Division, Bureau of Wfater, City of Pittsburgh, Lecturer in Hygiene and ,Preventive Medicine. WILLIAM B. MCl:ALl,, JR., A.13., LLB., Lecturer in Medical Law. 1X'VIl.l.lAIXl VVIcs'r MCFARLAND, M.D., Director, Department of Public l4Iealth, City of Pittsburgh, Lecturer in Preventive Medicine. DIQWAYNIQ fYiRl'1lCNVVOOlJ Rlcrlllcv, HS., M.D., Lecturer in Medico-legal Pathology. t,iI5oIu:I': IlIf:NItv RoIIINsoN, Ph.D., Special Lecturer in Pathology. W. PAUL XNAI.14I5R, D.D.S., Lecturer in Preventive Medicine. 108 IIIIIIIIII..-IIII-IIII-IIIII-III..-IIIIRIII.IIIIIRIMRIII..IIMIIIIII-IIIMIIIIIIIIIImIIIRIII..IIIIIIIIIInIII-I--III--IIIIIIIIIIII II-III.IIII..-IIII.III..-IIImII.RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIII..IIIIII-IIIII-IIII..IIIIIEIIIIIIIIIII.IIIII-IIIIII..IIIIEIII.IIIIIII-II,IIIIIIIIIIIIII-III.IIIII..III.IIIIII-III..III.IIIIInIImIIIRIII.IIIII.IIII.IIIImtIIII-IIIIIRIII.IIII.I-IIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIII.-III..-I UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURG IIIIIII-III-.IIII IIIIIIRI IIIIIIIII III-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIII..IIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII--IIIIIIII -IIIII.III-IMIII.IIII.-III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIRII IIIIIIIII.IIImII.IIIIIIRIIIImIII.IIIIIImII.IIIIIIIEIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Instructors SAMUEL S. ALLEN, 'M.D. JAMES BALI-I-I, JR., M.D. .... .. IELVIN J. IIATEMAN, HS., M.D. .. I2MME'l"l' IUANIIEI, ROIXZ, M.D. .. CHARLES JOIIN BOWEN, M.D. .. ROIIERI' NlEAl.lE BOWMAN, M.D. .. llAROI.D 'l'. BROWN, M.D. ..... .. LI-:O HIERMAN CRIEI-, IIS., M.D. JOHN M. CONWAY, M.D. .......... .. GLENN 'llIIs'I'oN IJAVISON, A.B., M.D. .. NIICIIAIEL DEP'l'Av, l3.S., M.D. ...... . PAUL Donors, M.D. . ............. . . WAIJIER FOs'I'ER lJONAI.IIsON, M.D. FRANK WII.I.IAM 'DoNI.Ev, RS., M.D. .. I'AUI, JOI-IN DUNN., 'B.S., M.D. ...... .. ROIIERT MOIQIEAN IEN'I'WlSI.IC, BS., M.D. .. PI-III.IP AI.ovsIUs PAIN, RS., M.D. JAMES IJEROY Ifos'I'ER, M.D. ........ .... . JOHN WAsIIINI:'I'oN I7liEDli'I"l'lC, M.D. ...... .. PIMANUEL BENJAMIN FRIEDIIERI:, TLA., M.D. .. ANDREW ROLE FITLIJCR, AB., M.D. ...... .. WILLIAM B. IiUl,'I'0N, RS., M.D. SAMUEL CHARLES GOMOIIV, M.D. EDWARD PLEWs GRIEEI'I'IIs, M.D. 'WILLIAM I?RNEs'I' llAR'I', M.D. ........ . JOHN PENNINli'I'iIN IIIENRV, A.Tl,, M.D. .. MAIIRICE FRVIN llODI:IIoN, M.D. ..... .. JOHN JACOII I'l0RNVl'l'Z,, M.D. ..... . PAUL LEMMER JENNY., TLS., M.D. .. JAMEs FRANKLIN JOIIANTGIEN, M.D. . ... Instructor in RUTHERFORD THOMPSON JOI-INs'roNE, AB., M.D. JOHN M. JOHNs'I'oN, M.D. ..................... . GEORGE JACOII ICA?-'I'l.lN, B.S., M.D. .. IIAROLD AMIIROsE KII'I', BS., M.D. .. SCO'I"I' LORAIN ICOCII, AB., M.D. CI-IARLEE ALrIER'I' ICOENIGU, M.D. ........ . HAROLD GEORGE ISIUICIINER, PLS., M.D. JAMES JosEI1H LEE, ILS., M.D. ......... . FREDERICK VIC"I'0Ii LIClI'I'ENFliLS, M.D. Joi-IN MAX LICI-Irv, M.D. ....,..... . DAVID LIIIJWIGV, M.D. ......... .. RALPH I.YNClIv, M.D. ............. . lIARRv NICVIN IVIALONIE, B.S., M.D. .. WILLIAM Onv IVIARKICI.l,, M.D. ...... . JOHN LOUIS lX'l'ARs1IAI.I., RS., M.D. VVIIILIAM R. IVIAIISIIALL, R.S,, M.D. D. BEN. IN'IAR'I'lNICZ, RS., M.D. IIAROLD L. MI'I'cIIELL, PES., M.D. .. J. WEST MI'I'c'IIEI.I., RS., M.D. WILLIAIII LEO IliUI.I.lNS-, M.D. ......-.-- -- JOHN JOsEPII MCTCACIIJIE, M.D. ......--.- JAMEs i'iVERlET'F MCCLANA1-IAN, AB., M.D. ALIEXANIJIER RICHARD MCCORMICK, B-SO MD- -- JOIIN Fllfli IXlcCUI.I.oUnII, M.D. ............ . Instructor in Neurology Instructor iII Klcclicinc .. Instructor in Gynecology Instructor iII Otology Instructor in Mcclicinc 1nstrucLor in Mcclicinc Instructor in Medicine Instructor iII Physiology .... . Instructor in Otology Instructor iII Urology Luryngology and Rliinology Instructor in Ohstctiics Instructor iII Mccliciiic Instructor in Mctliciiit- . Instructor in Urology .. Instructor iII Surgery Instructor in Surgery Instructor in IJQ-cliutrics Instructor in Surgcry Instructor in IXIcclicin0 Instructor iII IXII-rlicinc . Instructor in 'I'hcr:Ipcutics Instructor in Neurology Instructor iII Mcclicinc .. Instructor iII Gynccology .. .. Instructor in Surgcry Instructor iII Ohstctrics Instructor in Medicine IIISTTIICIOI' in I'lIysiotlIcr:Ipy .. . Instructor iII Gynecology . .. Instructor in Mcrlicinc Instructor in Mcclicinc Instructor in Mcclicinc Instructor in Surgery Instructor in Ophtlinlniology Instructor in I'sychintI'y Instructor in Surgery Instructor iII Urology Instructor iII I-:Irynology and Rhinology Instructor in Mcrliciuc Instructor in Gynccology Instructor in Mt-clicinc Instructor in Medicine Instructor iII Orthopedic Surgery Instructor in Surgery Instructor in Medicine Instructor iII Olistctrics Instructor in Ncurology Instructor in MI-clicinc Instructor in Mcclicinu .. Instructor in Urology . .. Instructor iII Surgery . IllSll'l1ClOl' in Mcclicinc IIISIITICIOI' in Rocntgcnology IIII..IwtIII.IIw..III.IIIIItIII..III.IItIInIII.IIIII.IIII.IIIIInIIImIIWIIII..IIIItIIIIItIIIRIIII.IIIII.IIIItIIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIRtIII...IIIMII.IIII.IIII.IIIIIt IIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIII MMItIIIItIIII..IIIIIIIIIItIIII.IIIIItIIIItIIII..III..III...IIII.IIII.tIII..w.IIIItIIInIIII-IIIInIIII-IIIII-IIInIIIItIIIItIIII-IIII.IIIII.IIImIIII.IIIIIIIIIII I-IIII-tIII.IIII..IIII.I M E D I C A L S C H O O L I..III-ItIImIIItIIIIItIIInIIInIIInIII.IIII.ItIIIutIIII.IIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIItIIIntIIItIIII.ItIIIItIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIIntI...IIIItIIInIIII.IIII.IWw.IIIIIIIIII ItIM-IWIIIIIIIIII-It 'IIIIOMAS I.IEI'I'II IXIffCUI.I.0UfDII, MD. JOIIN R. MCCIIRDV, MD. ............ . ROSARIO CIIARLDs Nucrr, RS., M.D. .. LEO DAY O'DONNIcI.L, ILS., MD. ........... . GEORGE IIARVIEY CIIARLIcs IDIVOIII., IIS., MD. .. IIUNVARD ANDERSON IIUWIER, IIS., MD. ..... . RALPII VINK'lCN'l' RoRINsoN, MD. ....... . VVILLIAM ADAM RO'rI2, RS., MD. .. 'NII.LIA1u SIIAIIIQRA, MD. ..... .. JOI-IN WI2sLDv SIIIRIIR, MD. .. GLENN CJRICN SMI'rII, MD. .. IIAITI, IIIEAIILE S'I'IiIiI,IC, MD. .... . IIENRV Josrrn 'I'RIiSIII.IZIt, MD. CARL ICAISICR XMAIZICNICR, MD. .. JOIIN IIIIDIZR XMAGNIER, MD. ......... . II.ttIIIItIIII.IIIItIIIIItIII.RIII-IIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIII-IIIIInIIIIIIII.RIIIRIII.IIIIII-IIII-IIII.IIII.IIIIItIIIIItIIII.IIII-IIIItIIIII.IIII-IIII.IIII.IIIwIIIIRIIIII I.wMIII.IIIIwIII-I .OI IIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIEIIIWJIImllullwullllllllllill WIIIII--III:::::ttI' IL U I'lInIIIIIIlItItIwIIlIIIlIIlIIrI'nI . Instructor in RoctItg:cIIoIogy Instructor in Attncstlwsizt Iustructor in Gynecology Instructor in Surgcry ................... Instructor In Surgery Instructor in Obstetrics DIEWAYNL GREIQNWOOD RICIIIIV, HS., MD. Instructor in I.:u'yngoIogy and Rhinology ............ Instructor in Thx-IItgc11oIogy ........ IIIstructOr in Surgery .. . ......... Instructor in Ncurology ..... Instructor in Surgical Anzttomy Instructor in I'IIysIoIOgic:II CIIcrnist'ry Instructor in Ortltopc-:II ........... Instructor in Instructor in c Surgcry Mcflicitue I'ccIi:It rics .. Instructor in Surgcry IIARRY IIIKICIIIEIQIFIQ ZINSSIQR, IIS., MD. .. Instructor in Mcrlicinc DITIMONSTRATORS FVI-ZRIETI' M. RAKIIR, ISS., MD. ....... IJ4'I't1flIISII'ZlI0l' in Cync-cology EARL DOLIOLASS IIMINANN. IRS., MD. . JOI-IN J. ROROMAN, IIS., MD. ...... .. VVILLIAM WOLI-'IQR IIRIINN'I', MD. .. DAVID II. RIICIIMAN, MD. ........ GEORGE G. RLIRRLIW, MD. ............ . CIIARLIES AIIKAIIAIZI, I'3oltf'IiK, IIS., MD. CI'IARLIcs S. CAIN, MD. ............. . URI ALONZO CARPIiN'I'IiIi, MD. .. ROIIIERT IIITSSIELI, CLARK, MD. ....... . FRANcIzs IVIARION IUEIDONE, R.S., MD. .... MAYEII SON'I'l'IEIMER DIQROY, IIS., MD. IFRANK IISIIOMAS IZIJWARDS, IIS., MD. .. .. ....... ..... I.EONAItIl ISIIWARII ITIIIQRMAN, RS., MD. VVALTIQR R. I'os'I'I2R, IIS., MD. ....... . VVILLIAM RIEI.MON'l' I7UIfI'0N, TIS., III-I7. IOsIzIII-I ALovsIus GILMARIIN, TLS., MD. .. 'DONALD J. GOIQIIRINO, MD. .......... . SAMUEL R. GO0I'lS'I'0NIC, MD. ......... . VVENIIELI, IIROWN GORDON, IIS., MD. .. ROIIIHRT COLIQMAN GAIIDR, IIS., MD. .. Ilissla RRINRIQR GRIIfrI'rII, AD., MD. ARTIIUR SAMUIEI, IIAINIES, IIS., MD. ROIIERT CUR'rIs IIAMIIJFUN, IIS., MD .. BOYD IiIARDIEN, MD. ............... . JOHN VV. IIARMIIER, IIS., MD. RALPH I'IAMIl.'l'0N IflARRIsON, MD. ..... . . . . JOI-IN A1'IIIzR'rON IIIiIIIiRLING, RS., MD. JOHN I'IEIiIIICR'I' IAIEYIJA IIIiIN'I'ZICI.INlAN, IIS., MD VIIHEOIJORIE RAYMOND IIIiI.MlIUI.I!A, IIS., MD. YNILLIAM ITRANCIH IIIERRON, JR., RS., MD. JACOII Jostat-II III2RsII, BS., MD. .......... .. JOHN L. IIUMrIIRIavs, IIS., MD. .. I'AUL L. JENNY, IIS., MD. .... . FRANCIS P. IQENNEY, MD. .. . ....... Dvtnonstrzttor in ..... . . . . . . . . . .. Ijt'l'I10IISII'1I.IOI' in .. I-,f'IUtlIISII'llIUI' in 'I-,f'tII'IIlII'ICS :mud ............... Dvmonstrzttor In . . . IDt'l110I'ISII'1I.IOI' in Mcdicino and .............. Ijt'1TIUIISIl'ZlIOI' in .. Df'mOnstr:Itor in . . Dvmonstrzttor in .......... . . . .. Dontonstrzttor in Ijt'II1UIISII'71IOI' iu II:I.ctI'riOIogy :Ind .. .. . . . Dcmoustrutor in Orthopcdi .. . . ............. D4-monstrzxtor in M4'rIic5IIc Mcdicinc Mcclicinc Ohstutrics Anatomy AII:I.tonIy Medicine Medicine Mcclicinc I":1thOIOgy c Surgery Dr-moustrutor in Mcdicinc Mcclicitur IJl'I110lISII'il.I'OI' in L:1ryngOIOgy :Ind Rhinology .. .... .. ....... . . Dc-monstrattor in DI-n1onstr:Itor in .. I7t'I1'lOIISII'ZlIOI' in Mccliciuc' PcIIi:1tI'ics Medicine .. Dr-monstrsxtor in Mccliciuc . .... Dc-monstrutor in .. . . . . . . .. IDI-monstrattor in Mccliciuc Pntltology ... Ijl'I'lIOIISII'IlIOI' in Orthopoclic Surgcrv . . . . . . . . . .. IV,t'I11OI'ISII'Zl.I0l' in Mccliciuc llvxnonstrzttor in I3t'l1IOIISII'1lI0l' in .. I,I'I1IOIISII'1lI01' in Pztthology Olmstctrics MccIiciIIu ......... Ilumoustrutor in MccIiciIn: .. . .. . IJl"II10lISII'1l.IUI' in Ortltoprflic Surgrry . ............ IDf'1T1UIISII'2IIOI' in Medicina . .. . IDI-monstrzltor in .... . . . . . .. IY,t'ITIOIIStI'I1IOl' in Pxtthology Mcclicinc Ilrutoustrzttor in Surgical Anatomy ... ,.... Domonstrntor in Mcdicinc . ..... IJf'IlIOI1SI1'II.I01' in Mcclicinc .. 'Df'l11OI'ISI1'1lI01' in I'Jc-rtnzltology 110 I , IIIII.IIIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIII.IIIIII.IIIInIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-.III IIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIII..IIII IIIIIII.-IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIR...IIIRIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIRIIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIII..IIII.IIIIIRAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H -IOSIEPII ITAYIVIONIJ IQENNY, MID. j:IIIN TCIERR, MD. ............ . IOIIN L. IQICYES, MD. .,.. . FLORRNCII M. IfI.INIi, MD. .... . ARTIIIIR R. ICOIENIG, TIS., IXIID. .. I'ERNIIs'I' GIIORIIII KIIIILII.-IN, MD, . IEIIWARII LIcIIOvI'I'z,, MD. ........... . RIIIVARII CI.vIIIz LII'I"rON, IIS., MD. IIARRV M. MARI':OI.Is, RS.. MD. GEORGE ITI.IvIIzR MAICTIN, RS., MD. HIINRI' F. IXIIKSCII, MD, ....... .. VOIIIII MOONIEY, BS., M U . I. CI.IIIIfOIIII IXII'RIlOCl'l, MD. ......... . ITIIIIIIINII ROIIIcR'I's KIi'CI.lISKICY, MD. FIIISMIIR LANIIIS PIPER, MD. ....... . IIIENRY WAI.'I'IaI:s I'RAc'II'I', IIS., MD. .. FRANK IT. PVLII, US., MD. ....... .. 'RICI-IARII FRANK RTCIIIIC, MD. CARI. RIIIIIER, SB., MD. ........... .. IPRANK TTLORIINCIC SI'IIAIII-3, ITS., MD. .. CIIARLIIS LEO SCIIII-II'I'I', RS., MQD. OI.IvIcR MAI!'I'IN SIcI.I., HS., MD. .. I'AIII. A. SICA, MID. ................. . IQICIIARII JOSIil'II SIIION, ILS., MD. .... . IIYIIIAN AIIRAIIIXIXI SI.l'ISINGIClI, ITS., MD GLENN ORRN SIIIIIII, M.IJ. ........... . TIIOIIAS IIIQNRI' SNOIvwIII'I'Ic, M.ID. ..... WII.I.IAIII FRANKLIN WIQAIIIIR, RS., MQD LOUIS WII.I.ARII, I'II.I3., MD. .... ..... . ICARI, ZIMMICRIXIIAN, IIS., MD. Ijl'II'lOllSI'l'2IIOI' III MccIIcIIIc .. DI'IIIOIIstI':IlOI' III DcI'ImItOlogy Dc-IIIOIIstI':ItoI' III Obstetrics .. I7oIIIoIIstI':It'OI' Ill Medicine IJvIIIOIIsII':ItOI' III Olxstctrics DI-IIIOIIstI':ItOI' III PI-cII:ItI'Ics DoIIIOIIst'I':I1OI' III Mcclicinc .. DIIIIIOIIStI':ItOr III Gym-cology DI-IIIOIIstI':I1'OI' III MIIIIICIIIO .. . .. T7f'IIIOIIstI':ItOI' III MCIIICIIIIJ . . . . . . . . .. D0IIIOIIstI':IlOI' III Olology DI-IIIOIIsII':ItOI' III OI'tIIOl70fIIC SIII'pg0I'y . IjI'I'l10lTSII'11I0l' III SIII'gIc:II AIIZIIKHIITQI .. . . . .. . IJK'II'lOI'lSfl'ZII0l' III T'OdI:ItI'ICs .. DI-IIIOIIstI':1IOI' III T'ccIi:ItI'Ics DI'IIIOIIs1I':ItOI' III MI-cIIciIIc DI'IIIOIIsII':ItOI' III MI'IIIcIIIO .. DIIIIIOIISIIKIIOI' III I'cIII:III'Ics .. Ij0II1OIISII'Ilf0I' III PI-clizltrics ....... .. DI'IIIOIIsI'I':IIOI' III MGIIICIIIL' IJvIIIOIIstI':ItOI' III Mcclicinc . DOIIIOIIsII':ItOI' III SIII'gfic:II Anzltomy .... .. . . . D0IIIOIIstI':ItOI' III MCIIICIIII' .. I3I'I110lISIl'11IOI' III I':ItlIOIOgv .. DI-IIIOIIsII':ItOI' III P0rIi:ItI'Ics Ijl'ITTOIIS1I'Il10I' III Mcclicim- IDI-IIIIIIIslI':IIOI' III SIII'gic:II AII:IIOIIIy IJI'IIIOIISII':ItOI' Ill M0cIIcIIIc .. DI-IIIOIIsII':IlOI' III Dc'I'III:ItOlOgy . lJI'IIIOIIsII':ItOI' III I'I'OI'loIOgy M ELLON FIELLOVV LIQSTER CIII,I.RN Sc1IRAIIIaR, B.S., MD. .. R. B. MIIIIOII FIIIIOII' III MCIIICIIIC STUIJIQNT ASSISTANTS 'VICTOR WIIIQRRV HAIR ........ SIIIIIIIIII Assistant III I'lIysiOIOI.5y :md T'II:II'III:IcOlOgy GLENN GIIORIIIQ GRAIIAM, ITS. .... . .................... SIIIKIOIII Assistant Ill AII:ItOIIIy MAuRIc:If ICIIIIIINII IIARWIIOII, M.S. .. ......... ...... .... . . . SIIIIII-III ASSISIIIIII III AII:IlOnIy GI?oRI:I2 I. I'As'I'ORILIs .......,...... StIIclI-IIt Assistant III I'IIysIOIOgy :IIIII PIIzu'III:IcOIOgy ......... ........... StIIIIcIIt Assistant III Anatomy IIAIIULD VVIISIIICY RIISIIRIIIIIII: ":::":llllU1llllIllIlHIIIlIIIllHl:xI 'llnxlllmll Iullllll i i i N iE,!!r:::Ii...im::::::,tIl' i u ii -'itil V ii UQ i 1 W i iiT ix tu it 1 M E D I c A L s c H o o I. iiiiu i uiiiiiiwitiit IN MEMORIAM I1iaNsoN Amimosic Conlon, AB., MQH. I'1'ofcssmf of fljifvlicrl 7'1m'apcutics MB., University of Toronto Tntcrncship, johns Hopkins Hospital ll 4 Umm.:-:S HUcici.l-:v MANS, ILS., MQD. Director, Dcpartment of Public Health, City of PitlSiJlll'gi1 1Qt'Cl1t7'C7' in Prcvvntivc Medicine . IXRCIIIISALD Wllcsla, ILS., NLD. 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"" ui "We're in the Army Now" June 12, 1931 I' was a bright, sunny june afternoon when a fleet of mud-splattered puddle jumpers rumbled past the sentry at Carlisle llarracks. Each car load of red skins, decorated with grease stains, came to a sudden stop, and the occupants uttered a sigh of relief-no punctures for the last ten miles and two of the four cylinders performing after a bit of persuasion. The bankers of the group arrived later as they traveled a la foot to invest their cob-webbed savings in the mercenary Army sport played with dotted cubes. Once within the portals of the Army post, cars were anchored and each tenderfoot shed his collegiate attire for the khaki garb of Uncle Sam. There wasnlt much choice as to size, so the breeches turned out to be baggy and displayed a variety of color as we strolled along Main Street in quest of feminine possibilities. Much to our surprise we soon learned that a uniform is attractive to the fair sex only when shining silver bars ornament the shoulders of one wearing a neatly pressed serge ensemble. Dawn usually came too soon, and with it the bugler, greeted with a barrage of unmentionables by the night owls, who straggled in shortly be- fore sunrise, after giving the Carlisle girls a break. After, reveille, we enjoy watching our athletic Captain Srodes do his ,daily dozen up and down the Company street arousing those suffering from the results of a nightly Harris- burg beer party. Roll call came next, followed by "beans", a momentary pause, and then the day was in full swing. Calisthenics usually loosened everything from shirts to muscles, especially after the first six exercises. Remember the Major's comment F-"There's a man in the ranks trying to put a rifle on his head, instead of his hat". Drill was held every morning on the parade grounds regardless of the beaming rays of a scorching sun. Sarg. Smith and his colleagues saw our weakness and ordered rest periods, at which time the army fell to the ground to get relief from "Old Sol." "Company at-ten-sion" brought each mari to his feet for the manual of arms, and to watch Private Smith with a wrinkled campaign hat sitting on top of his head, a grin to protect his eyes from the glare of the morning sun, and leggings wrapped worse than a freshman's bandage, gracefully drop the butt of a 9 pound riHe on the toe of an un- suspecting neighbor. After the drill period, lunch was served to a hungry mob who carried a hearty appetite, but left most of their table manners at home. Later, there was a short recess to read mail and give pesky oat-bugs a ticklish workout on perspiring faces, until the bugler called for the afternoon session, which consisted of tent-pitching, field evacuation technique, Florida coat of tan. and a Although our duties were many, sports in the form of baseball, swim-- ming, tennis and track found a prominent place. Company "li", in which group the Pitt men soldiered, won the baseball championship and the field meet. Harry Negley, Aaron Stock, and Howard Schink added talent to the baseball squad, while Dick Hamilton, Pat llerron and Paul Lewis upheld our outfit in the tennis tournament. Socially, Company "I-lf' was Compu- mented on having one of the finest dances ever held at the Post. These 114 1I-lii1-iiiiRill--1iii..liii.llll..iili.1lii..lw.wii..iw..ll11i.iiiii.1il1in1ii-.ii1iiiil1inl11i-1ii1i-wimwinmniiii .iiii-.lllla1ii..llliniii.llll..l111.i1li.,wi.wli.mi.aw l.R11in11li..illll.1iii.Uiillm1iimiiiinlli.Iiliii.,llliniiiiinii11liniiimiii.--llliniii--4ii1I-llimyiiini11inl1myimiii..lll.Rlii.41i,Rl.....ll..w,..,,li.,,w.,H,..l1i..lil.Rlll.Hl11.Rmi..iiii.-wi.--liii- im-- UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH all'airs changed soldiers into just plain college boys again who adopted the art of cutting in and waltzing away with the beautiful damsel, whom you eyed as she gently tip-toed from the rear-end of an ambulance-the R. O. T. C. man's taxi. Usually evenings in camp were quiet: but, one night, after taps had sounded, word was passed along the ranks about a surprise attack on Com- pany "D", the company which nonchalantly held the military "efliciency,' banner for two successive weeks. Each man, pajama clad, charged up the company street, armed with water buckets and paper. The valiant soldiers of Company "UH met us with empty rifles and a two-wheeled ice cart, set loose and ,travelling at a fast pace toward our ranks. This caused a rapid deploy up and down the tented area. lluckets Hew, bunks were overturned, and the O. lD.'s whistle shrilled above the commotion. The mighty warriors scrambled back intoutheir bunks and all eyes were tightly Closed as the searching rays of the officers flashlight played over each face. lt does not take much reminiscing to picture the maneuvers on Friday mornings of each week. The hackneyed battle of Mt, Holly Gap, was fought without bullets, and by a sleepy crowd, who were aroused in the middle of the night to go for a long walk. Once at the scene of battle, able-bodied soldiers were conscientiously treated, placed on litters, and carried until out of sight of the officer in charge, and then made to walk. Some found it necessary to remove splints from broken legs long enough to climb cherry trees and draw real tire from the tack gun of a neighboring farmer. Perhaps the overnight hike made a permanent impression on all its victims. After marching twelve miles we were deluged by the heavens, 'lcrying out loud," before tents could be pitched, and as a result of the irrigation, the afternoon was spent drying clothes and steering clear of mud-holes. just after all was nicely cleaned and dried, along came another cloud burst and Washed us out completely. Several tents blew down, and it wasn't long until birthday suits were in style. Colonel Deer realized t i back to the Post. This was good news until we started to make up our water soaked packs, and get dressed in wet uniforms. A mud clad group of rookiescertainly appreciated a warm, dry bed that night. These experiences, as well as our offlcers-Major Kraft and Captain hat we were "all wet" and ordered us DeLorimer, who were interested in us both as soldiers and men, will not be forgotten. lt was six weeks of real work and six weeks of real fun, and our f ll triined men who marched with all final parade presented a group o we 2 , the precision of regular soldiers. With regret we listened to the last echoes of taps, gradually fading on a glorious adventure. E. J. S. VlLl'l'lJll W. HAIR Al.lllCR'l' A. l3ARArlf RIC!-IARD G. 1'lAlVl I! 'l'oN ARTIIUR O. il'llGL'KICR FRANK T. l lliRRON G1coRo1z W. l'l0llF.ON lEnc:AR L. JAMISON JUHN F. jose Camp Roll T maonoma C. lCI.lilN l"AUl. M. LEWIS Joi-IN R. A. Lls1cA josm-H W. MICNlll5ZA HARRY H. NEKQLIQY 'IUHN S. MCCAl"lTIEli'l'Y l'l,0WARD P. Scum li lVlAR'l'l.l'N P. SMITH ll5 I'l'ARRY I. SNYDIER VVll.l.IAM G. SRUIIICS IiM1cRsoN J. STICENROII AARON H. S'rocR jol-IN W. W1c1.s 1-r GERALD Znavn il'lAR0l,lJ W. 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As is customary, the l'itt Medical contingent made its inlluence felt from the very start of the proceedings. First of all, the C. O. of the entire llattalion was our own Lieutenant-Colonel Johnston, and all were agreed that he performed his duties capably and fairly. As usual, Co. B claimed us as its own, together with Medical College of Virginia, Vermont, and Cornell. Our company baseball team again won the camp championship, Crum, Zehfuss, Gray, lfastorius, and Mathieson all played stellar roles in the triumph. Zehfuss won major athletic honors at the Held, tennis and swim-- ming meets, and Mathieson and lieggs also came in for a goodly share of the laurels. Major Kraft again was Company C. O., and his perpetual "Now, menn, and "what is important" are still vividly pertinent. Stevenson, Mathieson, and Fisher were student officers during the camp. From the time we were fitted out with 10 .D army "lcicks,' to the day six weeks later when equipment was checked in, camp, at lirst a monotonous and laborious army training, progressively became more enjoyable. The sergeants who trained us were adepts at the work, Smith, Carnes, and Sulli- van aptly qualifying as instructors. The Company dances again were the main attraction at the camp itself, and 115 ugugll Co, ll held one as good as any of the other companies, 'llhe trip to Gettysburg was the only one made by the entire battalion. ln between times, most of the boys visited Carlisle, llarrisburg, llershey Park, and lloiling Springs more or less frequently, and as always pay days and the last day at camp were the most enjoyable of all. C. IJ. CAMP Rom. l.. C. BACIIMANN R- .l. Glmv Al. W. NlIl.I.lCIi joim In 151513435 l,l1cllcN A. Glllitlli S'rixNi.lcv hlCCl,lCI.I.ANlJ O. lSlcNc1v1f:Nc:,x l7RANK bl. Clarion ,lUIlN R. Kli'Gimvv C. li. IZRANT IU. J. UIQIGINI-ill If. W. NlLTIltll.StJN li. J. Caimom., ju. M. A. fil"I'lIltlI'I VV. ll. Ol-:'r'l'lNc:, ilu. lfl'lcNlzv F. Cmiui J. W. llAI,l. Glitllltlli ,I, llAS'l'0IQIllS li. D. Cl.liMlC'N'l'S .l. IB. Hnzns Il. A. l'lN1c G1-zoicalc li. CHUM R. li. -lURlMN I.. jonx l'owl-11.1, li. H. lJRISl'tlI.I. .IUIIN KI. lNiIIlD Cmluc 'l'. Rol.r.iNs C. li. lyzlvlllltit li. V. l.owi-: fililllttlli C, SLUIIIQIN l". li. liNc:r:l.1vi.xN li. ll. M.vl'i-:I-:lc I". li. S'l'1NliZYNSlil C. li. lCNr:l.icll,xu'1' N. G. KlA'I'Illl'ISUN A. S. S'l'i':v1-:NsoN li. li. liiuiixun lvl. l, hfllilltlli' XV, C, vvygm.-I: NV. K. l'lISlIl'lR ll. J. Mlmis Pain, li, Zpglllfyss ' 1 , ,f 4441... . nl. --p ll6 UNIVERSITY or The Students' Medical Society Zin-ve, Liska, Baclnnan, Staley OFFICICRS l'J1'L'SilfCIIf ............... .... - IQIIN IQ, A-X, IAISKA Vice-I'rc.vifivnt .... ............... K ilcaA1.n Zncvic -5i1'C"UffU'3' ........... .............,........ I Qoincwi' W. S'rAi.14:v Treasurer ...... ...... l .Avfiu-:Nci-1 C. IIAUIMANN ,ln the eight short years of its existence, the Students' liledical Society has become a real institution in Medical School life. Founded on May 8, 1925, with the purpose "of stimulating an active interest in the educational l ' l 'oviding a common aspects ol' Medicine .... to promote fellows up ay p1 meeting place for all the students and . . . . to have the student body meet f 1 ldinv Lnd lli'sLl1i9il'l"' papers written by the together for the purpose o 'ez b' 1 .. 5 students," it is now the oiiicial organization of the student body. Ouarterl ' meetin rs each ear held in the ,Pittsburffh Academv of Medi- .v J Z1 v cine, are devoted to the discussion of medical subjects, in a manner somewhat comparable to that of the larger graduate medical societies. l'apers on various phases of the subject to be discussed are prepared by students, and discussions of some special clinical aspect of the disease are presented bv prominent local physicians. ln addition to its scientilic activities, tie ,oc1c'y 2 , . . . . Z., l Q ' t ilso sponsors and re0'u- lates numerous other Medical School functions, 'llhese include the Freshman Reception, the liledical School llall, and the Student l.o2l11 lflllllll. Three ' l I I r the auspices of the Medical School Year Hooks have been pubhswei unc e SocietY, and this Year i ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ' 'Hil 1131711 ol the Veal' t is attiwcly toopciating in the tl ll 4 Hook and the Owl. ll7 PITTS B U RGiiH 11H.1llHi11H.1Wli111111wa11.i11Hia111f11Wii11ii11ii1ii11.a1iiuiw.aw.iw-willla11niiiiiniiV111ilin111i11im1H111iniw.mww.iwm V..11V..1111.111Hi1111.411V.111W111..111V.1111ui11111111N1111f1111ii1111.111Vfi111H111li1111H111.i1w-wwmiiwmmuw-iwiiwi1i11in1111i111in111iii11ii111ni1l..lw..mmiw.w. M E D I C A L S C H O O L illli 111H4llVH1111.4ii1.111H11Uin11in1ll...411..1llia111niwaw.imi.im.aiH1ii1ii111V11ii1.411iH1NVHiiVHiii1ii11ii11will1Hi11iniw-all-wi-iw.. H111ni111H1111.111.111l..111lH111lH111H411ni1111.111H111.H111.11l11.1w.all..lw.wl.wlii1111.1111V1i11H1111.1i111.111ii1i11-i111111111I1111.1iii.1111ii1111i1111-I1w.iw..w.iw..w The Students' Medical Society Loan Fund UUNIJEID in 1928 as a means of olllering financial assistance to medical students, the Student Loan Fund has aided many in solving their emergency financial problems. lt is not at all uncommon for those engaged in the pro- tracted course in medicine to be at sometime or other confronted with linancial difficulties. To meet these emergency problems, and to provide assistance to medical students, the Students' Medical Society Loan Fund was established. The purpose was not to make large loans to a few, but rather to make a large number of small loans to many students, to tide the borrower over his immediate difficulty. Loans may be obtained by any- one in the school, and may be secured without interest. Pay- ment is due within a year following the completion of interne- ship. ' Present economic conditions being what they are, applica- tions for assistance have been more numerous this year than ever before. To these the Students' Medical Society Loan Fund has responded to the limit of its ability. 118 IIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllhllllllllllllllll ii 1 InnnuIIlnllllulllullllgllllglllnll .N l . I ' v 1 l 1 uuumnlmllllmlllllxlllunulrl 1 IIlllllwlllllllllllllIllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' li l li y ii' I . d l linllinlllW1linll11itlllim1llIllli.lll1.H1ll.illll..1llMyll1l1ii1ll1..11myll1in1linll111Nlllinllmyw--www-ml-I nil11l.ll11lilll.ill1l.M11in11li-ml-www.-mm lmyH1...ll...lllyi..lll1...llll.N11...llllm11mul11.Hll11-111lllm11nmllin1lllinlll--1ll1in11uwlmrllim11in1l.Hlinlllinl1uwl1H1l,iw1l..1llim1ll.11inllll..1l...il1imlmm11inlllmy1mmll...wl.w....ml.. UNivERsnTY or PITTSBURGH p The Freshman Reception N accordance with a Five year tradition, the Students' Medical Society of the University of llittsburgh Medical School held its annual reception for the lireshmen of the Medical School on the evening of October 7th, 1932, at the Heinz llouse. The meeting was opened by the President of the Students' Medical Society, Mr. john R. Lislca, who in a few brief words outlined the purposes and aims of the Medical Society, and who welcomed the Freshmen to Medical School. Dr. l-luggins, the 'Dean of the Medical School, next spoke on the attitude of students toward their Alma Mater, Ile then welcomed the students to the School and hoped that they would apply themselves in the next four years. Dr, lJeWaync G. Richey, faculty member on the staff of Mercy llospital, next read a paper on the whys and wherefores of Medicine, illustrating his points with passages from Medical classics. The last speaker of the evening, Mr. A. Mclfwan, 'President of Alpha Omega Alpha, and a member of the senior class, presented a paper on the history and aims of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honorary medical fraternity. Realizing the need for a bit of levity and entertainment in the program, Mr. ,l larwood and Mr. Almasy, members of the sophomore class, were pro- cured to entertain with piano and violin solos. To this was added the dancing of two 'i'tap', artists who preferred a la jack Donahue, i. e., without music. Finally, in order to satisfy the inner man, sandwiches and punch were served, following which the members adjourned at their leisure. 119 M E D I C A L S C IlllIllIIIllIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllll H O O L , .Wllll ll . The Heard Senior Prize ACII year james llelavan lleard, M. ll., l,l'Ol-CSSOI' of Medicine, offers a prize to that member ol the senior class who submits the best essay of 1800 words on any medical subject. 'l'he purpose of this prize is to act as an incentive to broader individual reading and thinking, to help the stu- dents express their thoughts in concise, exact statements, and to give them experience in the preparation ol' papers on medical subjects. The prize was awarded last year as follows: First .Prize G. ll. Pearson. .. ............ .flihe Etiology of lllongolism Second 'Prize I". L. McLain. .. ...'llhe Rationale ol' Quinidine 'lfherapy in Certain Cardiac Disorders llonorable Mention Cum Laude C, IQ, ZXIUU1-C ,,,,, Diagnosis and 'llreatment of Addison's Disease with Cortin J. XY. l.auler ....................... . ............ 'llromo-Seltzer Poisoning llonorable Mention R R A . R. lllacllonald .............. Art and Literature Among Mental Patients . C. Simpson. l'ossible Causes of Mental Changes in Cases of Mitral Stenosis . il. Ingham ........................... Management of Lobar Pneumonia Dr. Luisa Robin Goldsmith Award 'lfhis prize is awarded annually to the jewish student in the graduating class holding the highest scholastic record during his or her medical course. .lt was awarded in 1932 to R. Robert Cohen. 120 imma M 1111-11.--111.1111-11111.1111.1.111.1111.1111.11111.1111.1111.111111.11111.11111-11111.11111-11111-1111-.11111.11111--1111-11111111111 -1111.111.1.111.111111.111.11111.1111.M111.11111.1111.11111...1111.1111.111111-111.1.111.111111.1111.11111.11111.1111.1111111.11111.11111.1.11111111111.-1111-111111111111--11111-111111-1111--111-1-111.-11111.1111.1111.111.-.111..1111.1111..111...1111.1111.111...111.11...i111.11,...,11...1111.11111.11111.11111111111--1111--111111 UNIVERSITY or Purrssunc-1-1 1-11---111111111.11111.11.1111,11.111111111.11.1.11...111.111,...1111.1.11....111.11111....111..1111.111...11,...1111..-11.1.11-.111 1.-111.1.11.11111.1111.111...U11...1....1...1111.1111...1W..11.1111.11111.-11111.111.11111.11ln...11,ml11.11111.1111...ll11...111...11111.1111.1.111.1111111.1111111.11111.11111.111111-111.-.1111.1111--111--111111-111...11...111...11.1111...11.H11...111...1....1,...,1,1..1111.111...111.111...ul1.1.1111--111-1-w---1111- The Brinton Prize HIS prize is awarded annually to that member of the graduating class who received the highest grades for the entire medical course. 1t con- sists of the interest on a certain sum of money, established in perpetuum by W. M. 1i1'1111011, M. IJ., deceased, of Pittsburgh. It has been awarded to the following men: 1911 -A. T. H1-:Nv11'1 1912-I.. 1-lo1.1.ANn1:11 1913-J. A. RO111NsoN 1914 1915 -A. H. C01.WlC1.I. -11. 1-1. 1.111111 1916-J. M. la'O1t11A1'1N 1917 --A. 1ilANC'O 1918-G. G. liocius 1919 --R. 1.. l1O'1'1i1N 1920-bl. G. W1-11f:1f:1.1-211, jl 1921-G. O. DUN11111114: 1922-1'1. 'FRA N 11 1f:N S'l'li1 N 1923-J. M. 1.1171-1'1'v K A 1924-J. li. W1':11:14:1. 1925-W. 11. GORDON 1926--G. W. M11,1.1f:11 1927-R. C. 1'1AMII..'l'0N 1928-S. 1i0SlCNl1L'RG 1929-J. C. 1fW1NG - 1930-A. Go1.D111.11111 1 1931-S. 0111.12 ID 1932-f ' .Mcfl.A1N 1. R. Mc'Co1:1x1 1cr1x Pennsylvania Association for the Blind Prize lfach year the 1'ennsylvania Association for the lilind offers a prize of one 1111114111111 dollars to tl1e member of that year's graduating class submitting the best essay ol' not more than three thousand words on the prevention of mimlnew W, XM, lllair, M. D., assigns a different phase ot this subject to be discussed each year. 'llhe following' students have been awarded this prize: 1922- 1923- M. 11, W1-31111211 A. R. MCCOR111 1c'1c 1924-1. 191. W1c1c11-11. lx ll I S1 lY 1925- . . 2. xt 1926-12. l-1. RvN1f:A1esoN 1927-W. 17. 110210 1928- R. li. 1i'l1z1c14sON 1929---1. A. 111111111 1930- 1931- 1932- C. L. bc'111111'1"1' Not awarded l. A. M1'1'c:1s114:1.1. 121 M E D I C A L S C H O O L 22 mi iH::'F3llllIllIIlIIIIIIIllIIIllI::l::H -Il,.!::::Iw1--um:::::::.1w IllIIIIIIIIIllllllmlllllllllllllllf 1 "Um Ill' Fraternities L t IIl:IIIIttlllulllllllllllllllllllllmil ll , it l l..!l:::tm..lul:::.lll llllllllllllllll lllltlllnllll l 1 ll ll l l' E tl l 1 1 it ,-1 1 Il will if , ll' M E D I c A L s c H o o L lt Fld ll it tllllllltllil O M EGA . ,M M I . " .1 lv obf' va USN-f. AMA U K lag '!'1i:ND . Vuvy R ax A! '11 "-' XX 'iw-rw" LJf9ff1 .ye-. '45 12" Para . " .. .Xl-lb X ., ilk I: IL . ,,5fll'?I'l' 'Vi' ' 'ft A' . .,1 . ah! i A . 'if ." 1 f 4, V . 91,7 NH-JAC? -1 5-was J! Hi: ,W A i' QFLQI, A it 'lcw wisflv C-2.1-'zrlvlw 1' A -1-xr. Y- mul .. : 1 fm: Y - , GAMMA , A OF PENNSYLVANIA tv 0 V WH "'7snr.t:C0+ . Alpha Omega Alpha GAMMA CIAIAPTIER OF PENNSYLVANIA Established in IQI6 Alpha Omega Alpha was born on August 25, 1902, at the College ot' Nledicine, Univer-1 sity of Illinois, Chicago. ldealistically conceived as an organization dedicated to tl1e strengthening of the general tone and solidarity of Medicine, and altruistically nurtured for "thc mlm Wh0'l11LS made good," Alpha Omega Alpha has hecome the world's outstanding non-secret, honorary medical fraternity. To its banners inscribed with the motto "To he worthy to serve the suffering," have come men high in scholarship and rich in clmracter. Gamma Chapter of l'ennsylvania was instituted on April 17, 1916. At this time Drs. W. W. lilair, C. C. Guthrie, j. D. Heard, Oskar Klotz, and R. T. Miller l'C1Jl'l'SClllCll the faculty as cliarter mcmlnors and Drs. J. N. Hayes, W. S. lVleEllroy, L. M. Pochapin, H. O. l'olloclf, R. 'l'. Kline, and W. T. McClure were charter ntemlmers from the student body. The honorary members included Drs. T. S. Arliuthnot, S. R. Haythoru, llavcnport Hooker, KR. Huggins, and Ogden M. Edwards. Soon afterwards, the following members were selected from the alumni of previous classes:- R. H. Hocrrs, lXl'.lJ. li. ,IQ MCCAGUIQ, lXI.D. A. J. HRLIICCKICN, lXfl'.l7. J. XM. IVICMIEANS, M. D. A. ll. Col.w1z1,1., M.lJ. ll. H. l'lclztvlAlt, M.lJ. A. P. IYZMURA, lVl.D. IJ. G. Nlenlav, lVl.IJ. I". ll. IQIMIER, M.IJ. j. H. Conn, M.D. V SUSAN WAnnlf:l.1., MD. W. ll. GUY, lX'l.l7.. 'I'. I.. llAZl.lE'I"l', MD. J. ll. WAoNl2le, MQIJ. A. T. llliNIiItfI,-M.D. J. XfVA1.lciQ1i, MD. G. C. Wien., M.lJ. li. M. Jfxcfon, MD. li. W. Zuni l:l.oRs'r, MD. C. ll. Mmtev, MJD. l24 11111111111-111.11111.11111111111-1111.1111.11111-111In1111111111111111111111111111.111111.1111111111.1111In1111.11111m11111111111111.11 1-111In11.111111.1111111111w111.11111w1-1111 -1111111411In111111.1111.1111111.1111.1111111111111-11111-1111 S B U R G H UNIVERSITY or PITT 1111.111111111111111.1111.11111111111-1111111111.111111111111191-1111.1111.111111.111111.11111.1111.111111+11Im11,1-1111m111m111..11 C. E. IJ'Z1x11111A Grcouczlc W. IIOIISON I. VJ. MIIENIIUZA 11.1111.11111.1111111111.1111.m11114111-11111-111m1111.1w-1111 1111.-11111111111111111.111111111111111111.w11111111... ACTIVE MEMBERS A1.12xAN111c11 MVEWAN .I9s1c1'11 M. S111a1.'1'0N A1.111z11'1' C. SUNSE111 MEM BERS IN PREVIOUS 1917 A. l31AN11o,, M.D. . KlI'I', M.D. H. A I. VV. MI'l'Cl1IiI.l., M.D. IQIS G. C. lI111:11s,'IVI.l7. . I:Ii'I"l'IER, M.D. . 1. K1.11c11N1s11, M.D. I. I. Sc111c1N, M.D. If. S. VVANN1211, M.D. I.. VV11.1.1AMs1, M.D. W-J H C I9l9 R. I.. l.Io'1'141Ns, M.D. ii. Il. l'J.fw1s11N, M.D. A. IJ. F11os'1', M.D. C. R. VV1sL1f1a11, M.D. 1920 H C1111c1f, M.D. R H1z1.M 1m1.11, M.D. L ,l. H S IJ. Mmflc, M.D. I. IJ. S'1'A1:1:, M.D. I. G. VVIVIICELER, M.D. I. O. Worms, M.D. II'IVA'l"I'IIliW 1XIA1es11A1,1., M.D IQLZI Mo11'1'1M1c1z Cu1112N, M.D. G. D. llJ1,1NM11u-:,, M.D. VV. R. Fos'r1a1:, M.D. 'l'. .R. lK1cN11111c7K, M.D. A11c11.1'1111s, Ko1iN11:, M.D. N. IJ. M11.1.1211,, M.D, X I. S. M'ov1c1e, M.D. G. A. Rooslc, M.D. 1922 H. I'. Hoolc, M.D. I. C. IlRIlES'I'lZS, M.D. Il. E. SIMON, M.D. 1923 L. li. .lI11o111:111c11, M.D. I. M. l.1c:11'rv, M.D. L. I'. Losfx, M.D. A. R. McC01111111f1c, M.D. L. li. I'111c1i1v1AN, M.D. T924 I NV. K. lI1cA'1"1'Y, M.D. C. V. Gulflflcv, M.D. A. A. I'1xc111cL, M.D, I. E. VV14:1r:1s1., M.D. CJ. AlIL.Ix, 1925 K. D. Eslucv, M.D. VV. II. G01a11oN, M.D. W. lf. ll1c111wN,, M.D. C. H. liNo1.1., M.D. I. ,I. 'IQ.1z1i,, M.D. II. M. MA1e1zo1.1S, M.D. G, O. SMl'I'll', M.D. E. L. M'1:CA1z'1'11v, M.D. 1926 A. M. BA1.11w1N, M.D. I. I. CA1e1x1AN, M.D. ,lol-1N CHo11Nv1x1c, M.D. HENRY Kl'l'I.0WSIil, M.D G. VV. M11.1.1c1e, M.D. I. S. O1z11111.1s, M.D. Ii. ll. .RvN1aA11soN, M.D. H. A. S1.1as1Nc:1s1z, M.D. IJ. II, NfVo1.1r14:,, M.D. R L. 111111125 M. I'I1aNN1N1:1z1z -Io11N R. A. L1s1cA A.x11oN H. S'1'o1'1c YEARS T927 ll.I.B1's11, M.D. M. A. G11.11101:1c, M.D, M. S. Go1.11111AN., M.D, R, C. G1eA111z11, M.D, R. C. I'IAMIl-'I'0N, M.D. I'1x'1'1.1c1c H11c:111as, M.D. NV. C. l'IL,1'1'c111soN, M.D, I. F. MCVEY, M.D. IQZS IE. M. I+'1'1'z1:1a1m1.11, M.D, l'. I.. ,I1:NNv, M.D. M. H. KNo1a111', M.D. C. In I.1xlI1-.1.1.1s, M.D. C. M. MII.I,lCI?, M.D. I. C. M11.1.1211, M.D. S. R0s1zN111111c:, M.D. Ii. A. McA1.1z1a1a, M.D. I929 XV. II. Carla., M.D. I. C. E1v1N4:,, M.D. K. ll. K11'1'c111qA, M.D. H. I. M1L1.1a11, M.D. C II. .I'1aN11011, M.D. A. SC111c1c, M.D. E. C11Amv1cf1c, M.D. M. S'1'U'1'z, M.D. G. R. VV11.1.1A1x1soN, M.D N. A. 1930 I. L. l'l1sA'r1.1cv, M.D. L. Go1.111f11c1.11, M.D. Go1.11111.11M, M.D. F. F. Sc11A111f, M.D. L. C. Sc111zA111a1z, M.D. I. C01-11zN, M.D. VV. G. CARMAN, M.D. II. D. Gom-1R1Nc:, M.D. IZ. J. I'lAc1411'1"1', M.D. I. A. FRATRES IN URBE FROM SISTER CHAPTERS C. F. Au1f11A1v11v11z1z, M.D. CBcta of P10 D. H. Bovn, M.D. CAlphu of Muss.I V. B. CA1.1.o1v1oN, M.D. fBctn of P10 F. Aj EVANS, M.D. Al 1111 of Mdj CBCML of P10 W. B. I-I1s'1'z121., M.D. IfAlpl1:1 of N. YJ H. LANDON, M.D. fBc1:L of P10 J. C. MA111c1z1., M.D. CBctz1 of P20 P. E. MARKS, MD. IBQU1 of P10 W. R. MA1es11A1.1., M.D. CBct:1 of P:0 CP 1 1 1 . . R. H12111121z1Nc:'1'oN, M.D. .I A. lf. J. H. J. F G. E. L. IVICIIIQIIIIE, M.D. Cllcta. of P10 D. M1'1'c11E1.1., M.D. CAlpIm of P10 C. IVIOHNEYV, M.D. KAIIJIIZI of I.':0 W. Ro111NsoN, M.D. CBCYU. of IIILI G. S111-11.1a1'1'1c11, M.D. CBct:1 of P10 N. S'1'AN'roN, M.D. CAl11l1:1 of P10 VV. S'1'1cv1aNsoN, M.D. CAlpI1:1 of P:0 ,I. 'l'1111sc111f1.,, M.D. CBct:1 of P10 I. W1111:11'1',, M.D. Clictn of P10 WWI!! NU H N U I IN ' 1-MW IIILulmumnmlllulllw'I"" Ta !i p4L"',,1lII IIH: 1-, i X 1 mmulllll uumml' N,!N W 'M H.. Mn ggwxt UQ M uw' kiwi N WU M 1' W, '15 lx L 'N M Min W l lu mx M E D I c A L s c H o o I. km '+ W lFm , Nw .1,1muH..,1umH.111.WV...1WV..HV..,,,..1mu11WH.UXX.MH.H11rmHL..,,1.HHVH,,1.UHH.,,1.N,,M.,,1.4w.m,..w..wuwI.XH.H11,H,vm,,U1NmuX,H1N,HHH,,,.-A,W.,1Mw.m...w,.m.., WH1.H11U.H,V..,1W,H..1H.H,.M,Wm.W..m,.4mfm1H111W1X..1WWH1H.1X...NX1.11X,H,NW1,.4,NWH,,U,,1.XHMX1X.4NH.N,,N,,H,N,,H4NHV.,1,U1NWH,H4,,..NH,.W..m,4W.WN L 55' Q A ' ll 'I' X '15 QIUN' X, V v 'I pl.4,1A':9 f . 0 Q 1 L A - ' 'V 4 .- pf' LM ex vc, .cv ' "MN "Mu 'l:x:1uN' w "V m-mm ., . A.-" us. ..- ' K ' ':wu0' nur.-vw t ""L.-ww, 1 U 2 ' I . bn 19 W ' ,lf 4 - il as ' aa gf -Q, if Neural' 0 a A 'Vu ..,,4,.',- 1' . K 0 O ff aan? . 0 V Ur UK,,,, N' , . 1 ,f ' ' . 'uizrug ' , . :fum ' ,ww-.. 0 O 3 w,.'nnNz-:xv I 4 Tllgl Q , YI' 'W ff H- y -f Zfflvfla A- u. Qibnptrr 1 V' mmm N 1 , 'Tue-n.u"" 1' H nw'-":' . in Q W V'j 'uyw 4 ' . y f . A.-.f 1 5, , MTW' 'fl remw "vm-'n1J'yr "'ruAn"1"1l5 1 U,,-VN' a md, u-,,H,g.4 A I ' , q ' V 'V ' Jw 2-'gigs ff,-H ,., d' "o,.,Am,,6 ww, N' Lf". "l'fwefyl' "Nutr 'H nucl l26 ll--iiiuiiiliiiilitiil..liiil.iiii.iiii.wi..ii ..iiii..iiiil.wii..iili.lilii.iliil.will1lii1.iiiii-twill-iiiii ilN.llituiiiiniit.iiil.Hiil..wiilill..iiii.iliil.. ill...itiinilmmiilimll...iittmiltu.,li1...itl,imiinaiiimaillmitiniianli...iiiii..w...iiii..ii. , ,,,.,,, ,, ,, i.vw..ii..at. l. 1. li. lil...lli...ii...iiii..iiinilll..iilimiimiiiimall...lll...iii.i..lm..iii...iii u NIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Phi Beta Pi Forty-three Chapters Founded at University of Pittsburgh in 1891 The Phi Beta Pi fraternity was organized by several men attending' VV.U.P. Medical School, as an anti-fraternity society, to limit the harmful influence of the then existing but now defunct fraternities. During their association, this group of friends formed an organization which seemed to have such elements of permanence in it, that when the time arrived for the members to separate, they resolved to continue 'ieir .' ' A y, . prospered, dropped its anti-fraternity character, and established, on its ideal of progress, a Fraternity. This action marked the founding of the Alpha Chapter of the Phi Beta l'i Medical fraternity at the University of Pittsburgh Medical O, 1891. Other chapters speedily arose and the fraternity tl ' socict and to uphold its ideals. The society School on March 1 progress rapidly became a reality. H Toda Phi Beta Pi is one of the leadinc' national medical fraternities. lt yr b boasts of forty-three active chapters scattered throughout the leading Medical 'hc ols of the United States. lts membershi 1 has expanded from a small ffroui rs v c i ii 1891 until it now numbers more than eleven thousand with many nationally 1 x lfznr n names sprinkled through its annals. The Alpha Chapter has fifty-one nw . active members and fourteen new men pledged to membership. I'he social events 'md 'nmual Reunion Banquet lind ,increasing numbers of alumni and even . . some of the founders making their appearance. These are always occasions noteworthy for their revival of the old Phi ,Beta l"i "Spirit", perpetuating frat! ernity friendship through each' year. The Pitt Chapter has owned its own fraternity house at 346 North Craig Street for the past live years, an achievement which speaks for the progress of Alpha Chapter. 127 I II' IJ I?II IIII 11II II I I 1I11 III1 III 'IIlM mwWWW" II"In111I1111l1u11..al1f' 1 1Jllm1m1nu111pnum f 'I 11 I-1 I IIIHMIHIQ IIN:-IIf M E D I c A L s c H o o L J JI IIMIIIIIJIII PI11 Beta Pl 4 -fr. . E425 11 ALI'IIA CIIAI"I'.IER I' r? Iislnlmlislmccl in :Sgr OIPFICIERS GIQOICKIIC C. SLIIIICIN ....... .............. ...... Xl 1 'Chou X'VII.I.lAM II. UI-1'r'r1N:., Jw. . lf'im'-flwhozz JAMES NV. Umm' ....... .S'z'L'1'ela1'y xVII.I.I:XAI I". Ilmellml. JR. ........................ .... ' l'1'1r4z.vur'w' I"RA'I'RIlS IN IfACUI.'I'A'I'If 14, gg, l31.31N11,11-1.311 R. Ii. Illfuczms IIA1ml.n AII'I'KflIl'II.L N. V. RQIIINSUN J. A. IUJIIKIICIIS fi. Lf, JIJIINSTON 'I'. IQ. Klaus:-3 W. A. CAm'1cN'l'1-:lc J. M. CUNNVAY lg, M. 13,111 J. K... I.INN O. M. 5I'2I.l. II1 ll, lJ1,N,11,1151,N WM. I". AI.'X'I"l'III-IWS 'I'. IQ. Smmxwm 11111 A1 1:,11X J. J. M1'C1xc:1u-1 S'rANl.lcv S. Sxlrrll N, A, 181513111111 A. Ii. IVIc4CmaMlI'1c A, II. AIQIIHMAS J. Ib l1'fJ5'l'1gR II, XIVCIII-1.'XlIx' II. XN.'Xl.I.AC'l'I I, Il, 413111111 S. I.. AlcrL.Tmf1un' fi, LT. Wren. M. 'I'. Mc'IiI':NN.1x ' ' ' ' " ' NV. II. Cilw' I' L" IC. ,I'. f,l1:llflf1'1'lI v 1 Ixfxm. L11x11xll-:mx1.fxN .. .. NI Iwi-in gg. 1,1 11,1115 li. XY. M1-:m-:nrrun l+'RA'I'RIiS IN UNIVIiRSI'l'A'I'IC .S1L'IlI0l'.V RI. II. Iimvz-rs, W. I". Iirf-hm, Jr., J. O. IIUIIZLIKISUII, C. IQ. IJ'Zm11r:l, M. W. Grzlllzun. A. O 7 L.lmm.l-.s Ia. A11'.c.1.11.1: IIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 II1-C1101-, IF, 'l', IIt'l'l'Ull, Ci. NV. Iluhsoll, 'I'. C. Iilmfin, J. L. C. I.:ulcIc'1', I. M. Lf-WIS, R. A. l,igk11, K. V. Luwv, II. A. McMu1'rz1y, Jr., Ii. I.. Ringvr, CI. Cf. Sclmvin, J. M. SI1a:Ilm1, M. I'. Smilh, IC, J. Sim-nrorl, NV, II. Sta-wart, V. C. VVZLl'1'I'11, If.. II. YUIIIIJI. lzraliors gg, J' f.1lI'I'OII, Jr., Cf. IC. I'IllQ'Il'I1IlI'I. IQ. J. Gray, I.. A. Gr:-gg, IJ. IS. Clmvv, C. M. Ilngzm, J1., I. M. Kidd, E. H. Matccr, B. J. Miles, J. R. McGraw, II. II. Ncglcy, Jr., I". W. Nicholsmm, Ill 1 I fum W, ll. Of,-151114, Jr., fi. J. Il2lSIOI'Il1S, I.. J. I'uw1'II, ff. 'I'. Ro 'ns, J. I.. 'I'I OIIIZLS, '. IC. Zch .S'0f1l10111o1'f.v J. Ii. Allure-cI1t, IJ. A. AIICIIISOII, J. Ii. CIm'cIm1, J. W. Crzuly, W. J. lI:1II, R. A. II:111C AI. Ii. II111'xv00fI, II. O. Ilorm-r, Ii. RI. I.ug:m, J. IJ. M:1I1onc-y, IC. M. I'1'icu. PLEDGES l,1,m'11 R. A111155 SIIINIEY J. IIAYI-IS WILLIAM C. V1-:1zNm'v 1511111-gN1g J. CIl'I?'l'lCR Izzmmv A. RI'I"I'IiNIIlllISIC JOHN A. XAXIINIIICRLIITII fQ1.g1,111.1.3 1,1 qg1,1.31,3511N fwiuluzra 'I M'l.m:1, III I'AUl. I.. Y1Nrzl.INc: I'1a'rl-:le W. UIillAI'I'IS Top Row: Iflnyvs. Cotter. Vurnncoy First Row: Wunflcrlich, Urbzlilis, Taylor, Gleeson, Rittunlwllsc 128 ook, 111.11111 , ww11.11-11111.11111111.1111111111.-111 ...1...U1.11.111...1.1.11.111111......H111.1.111.1.1............11...11.11111111111.1.11.....11111...1.....1.1...1.111..111111.11111..1111..1111.1.111111.111..1..1w1,..m....1- Um' WIyllllwIllllxillllxrlyllxx 'I'WXIllllWIyltXIlll"y'A"y'4!""N""!" 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I .4 I Zeta Phi TllETA CHAl"l'ER Estalmlishccl in lQ28 Phi, W0lll1l,l'l,S national fraternity, was install:-fl at thc University nigh the outgrowth of the local group, Slpgma Snxma Epsilon, c r lmrfore which had horn organwet ten y'a s ' . The University of Pittsburgh chapter was hostess at the hi-ennial convention of the 'Fraternity last June in this city. Over lilty women, representing eight schools, met for clinics tours of our hospitals, husiness l11l't'tllljIS, teas, and a lma11qur-t. Esther Silveus, ' 1 , . outgoing prcsiclent of Theta Chapter, was elcctecl uattona trcasurer. The local group holcls jccts of recent importance graduates ill attempting to signilicance of Zeta Phi. 'D1e. NIAUD L. M I,Vl7.YidUllf ...... . . .. A1.'1'A lfl!'l7-PI'!'.Ylll'U11l lfl.lZAlllC'l'lI .3'ccrelary MA1:r:A1uc' Al.'l'A G. C11A1u.1es El.lZAllIC'l'll Cool-1i1zNA11. lf'1.o1ucNc1z S. JENNICY monthly meetings at which membcrs of thc faculty discuss sub- All 'lCllVf' alumnae membership co-operates Wllll the unclcr- l iupholrllthe ideals, 'Life and Light", thc classical symbols of the FACULTY MEMBERS liN'l'0N Da. El.l.lEN J. PA'r'1'121es0N ACTIVE MEMBERS ' G, ,C11A1u.1as Trca.1'1mrr ...... . .. E1.1zA111c1'H MUTH Coo1'1z1eNA11. Parrally .fldwisor . .... . Dk. Mmm L. M1aN1'oN r R1z1N111a111t Avlzw fldffmor ., DR. Zoiz A1.1.1soN Jo11Ns'roN Rosie M'111111.1a111AN RUTH SNv111z1t E1,1zAu1s'1'u NIUTH JICSSIE W1z1u11'r M A1u:A1us'r R151 N 1-1 151111 129 nm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,'1. m.1,1!, , WM lJ:5:'?qm J W R + 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' + ' iw J ,,,..,1M.H,,N1,,..H,,..X1,vm,,.HWH.H,.N11H.N1.MwX.M1,..W.W.mWwH1HW111H4H.H111,HWH..m..m..m,,H,,V.,1HH,,..,,1.,1N,H111H1Hm11..11U.H1.f,111-AH,1.X11..1H..,w..w.m.m.,H1.4,,,..NHH,11N.1,HVH11NV.NHy..,,X1.XHH111H.NHVH,,X.HH11.11NH.H11.11,.HH1.411NH4H1U11,WH,.4,,,..NH,..,,,1.NH,U,,V.1NH.H11,VXXH.H11-X1NU.H11-,,,UNH7.111U1XU-H11H1XWWw.W.w.m ,, ,1 , " H ' , llllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllIllllllllllllllllllllwlllllillllw 1 Q. O X if . . f . X X 'fmvuxf' 44-.,,guw" W- nm 'C uw- 'kpw-nn! 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M - , ' l H-'I' .I y I X N """"r 'nuff' 130 N UNIVERSITY or PIT T S B U R G Iv-IIWIIIIIII I...III..IIIII.I Im,-4 IIIII-IIIIIRIIinIIIII-III.IIIImimi.-.IIIi..IIII-R v..III...II IIIIII... .IW IIRWIIIIIII IAIIIIIIIIIIII .RIIII...uI..IIII.I.RII Nu Sigma Nu Dli1..TA Cl?1A1'TliR Established in 1891 The year 1882 marked the inception of Nu Sigma Nug six students of the Medical School of the University of Michigan being the founders. ln the fifty years ofi basically sound development, thirty-seven chapters have been char- tered in the larger and leading Medical Schools of this country and Canada, Over twelve thousand members have graduated, and now practice in practically every city and town in the United States. Delta Chapter was chartered at the VVCSlfCl'l'l University of Pennsylvania in 1891 and had the distinction of being the tirst national fraternity on the campus. , 'liver since then, Delta has sent its quota of men out into the Medical iield, with every graduating class. Our alumni now number over 325, and 38 men are enrolled in the present active chapter. The alumni and active members have continued their program of a "social-professionalu fraternity, though not fore- ffoinq their curricular activities. The chapter has recently acquired a new house h Kp , at 4818 Baum Boulevard, conveniently located near the Medical School and but a few minutes ride to all the hospitals. About twenty students make this their home and meals are served daily to other members. Alumni are frequent vis- I itors, and to those who have not as yet availed themselves of our hospitality, we extend a hearty welcome. FRATRES IN FACULTATE I.RIIIIIIIIumIIII-III1...Ivi...I1...III...4II..IIIIIIIIinIIImiIlimII.IIII1...II...IIIInIII...II...IIII..IIII...II,IwiIimInmIIIIIIIIA.-IIIIIIIN. livIzRIc'r'I' M. HAKIQR CIIARI.Ias J. BARIINII IEARI. IJ. BAIIMANN RoIIIcR'I' N. liovvMAN WII.I.IAIvI A. RRAIDSIIAVV ll. CI.IIfIfoRIi CARI.soN 1X'lIt'llAlil4 DIcI"I'A VVAI.'I'lCR F. lJoNAI.nsoN ANIIRICW P. lYZIvILIRA WII.I.IAIv1 J. l:li'I"l'liR lIIcNRv C. i:l.00D JoIIN W. 1:RlElllE'l"l'lE ll. IJ. CioIaIIRINo VVIcNIIIcI.I. ll. GORDON AR'I'IlLIR S. IIAINI-:s RoIIIaR'I' C. ilAMIl.'l40N WII.I.IAIII l-lAR'I' FRANK 17. l'lA,AI.ILII 'l'IIoNIAs Avia ROIlICR'l' liICNNlE'I"1' RIeIIARIm li0Ul'lEK EIIGAR CosI:RovIa i:RlililCRlt'K EVANS Io1IN l?II.I.MAN lTI.wvN llIcI.I.I4:R J. H. L. .llIcIN'I'zIcI.IuAN 'l'I'1IzoIIoRIa R. llIaI.IvIIIoI.II WII.I.IAIxI F. llicRRoN 1,AVlENl'0R'l' l'looKIiR LIzsI.IIc J. 'i'iUlX4l'llRliVS FRI2nIcR1cK M. JAcoII 1'AUI. L. JENNY RU'I'I1IsRIfoRo T. JoIINs'I'oNIc GIsoRoIc F. KowAI.I.Is l'IARoI.IJ G. ICUIEIINER jo1'IN VV. 1.AUI.IaR J. MAX LlCIl'I'Y W. W. G. MAL1l.AC'IIl.fXN C. 1'l0WARD IYTARCY WII.I.IAIII O. lX'lARKIzI.I. GIzoRi:Ic 12. MARTIN lflARoI.1i A. 1XIlII.i.IaR JAMES E. b"l'CCl.ENAllAN PLEDGES joI'IN 'l'IuoIIIas VloiIN K0lE'I"l' CARI, Koi-II.IaR FRANK LIcs1.IIs CI.Av'I'oN IMIETII, lJAwsoN Mll.l.S FLIWARII MoN'I'c:oIxIIaRY 131 T. NGK. 'I'. MeKI2NNAN WII.I.1AIvl G. I'1a'I'I2RsoN FRANK I. 1'vI.Ia RIQWAYNIQ G. RICIIIQV WII.I,IAM A. Rorla HAROLD RLIsIIRIuc:Ia .FRANK F. SCIIAIIIQ 1!l0WARD G. ScIII.IcI'I'IcR H. A. R. SIIIANoR THOMAS T. SlllEP1'ARD JOHN W. SIIIRIER GLENN O. SIvII'rIl Rox' R. SNOXVIHEN josIcvI1 C. S'I'AI.Iav CARI. li. WAQIIQNIQR xl. l-IIIIIIQR WAoNI-:R CARI. C. YouN'I' CARI.IsI.Ia lXleKIaIz WII.I.IAAI NIcAI.oN llARRv UI'IIIcuRArIf VVII.I,IAM UIIIIIci:RAIfIf ALllliR'l' WANNIQR CIIARI.I4:s VVoI.IfIf 'E..!r::nm'--mu::::::LI muunnlmllmnlpmummmur NW H ll lllml II rajllwnuullllqmmllllulllll' MEDICAL N M h ,PY 'yqanns IPW J favs LM' .B 'PRIC- 19 ff. a"'Inn1eCPx'V Q Qlna -f if A . . f' -, .. r f 'M.au1H9q' . P mu' "-rnumsvivk YJ. ucv. W., QQ! ,is " f , - VJ: A all.. o ,Gunufp THQS, Qlhx ' J' Q if, 4 s Y A- gf "1 2'-FM mmf fi? 4-CLlVfx'h ?7'f'H.xp10'3x 132 IImiIvmII.iiIIinIII..IllulIIII..ii.HIIinIin-IIII...iimiIII...Iin-IIIU-IW..IIN-Iim.IIII.IiiH..II.Hlll..1iWw.--ii-.im- .IIin-II...IImilII...I,miin.II...II.miii..iw..w..W..i 1II.HII...III...III....IIinIIII...III...III...IIIH.III---III--HII-.HIIN-IIII---III...III.iiII...Il....i...,,.....,....II...vImlII.HII...II.HIII..II...III....IW.III...III..II....II...III.HI...NI..-.II...IIIIi...I.....W........m..i U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H X fy4w+wW 4-'I ..I,, if: .I.,... --1-I--- Zgiiii 'I'I'III 1' "'4 il' 'Tc I'lilllii'fIli1llllIEQi7ll .ll ,, ,iWl.1lIllllllllll1 , Phi Rho Sigma Cl-ll Cl-IAPTIGR llstablished in 1908 Phi Rho Sigma, Fraternity International, was founded at Northwestern University Medical School on October 31, 1890. Since the organization of this lirst chapter, the Fraternity has steadily expanded until, at the present time, there are 43 Chapters in all, of which four are located in Canada. The recent amalgamation of Chi Zeta Chi Fraternity with Phi Rho Sigma I1ClClCd SCVCII chapters to the roll, and carried Phi Rho Sigma into the leading medical schools of the South. The list of undergraduate and Alumni members now numbers over ll,00O. Chi Chapter began as a local independent fraternity, Alpha Kappa Phi, organized in 1894 at the Western 'University of Pennsylvania. In 1908 Alpha Kappa Phi became Chi Chapter of Phi Rho Sigma. The Chapter has numbered among its members many outstanding men. The Alumni body, numbering ap- proximately 400 at the present time, may be found as leaders in all Helds of medicine. The aim and spirit of Phi Rho Sigma have been well expressed in the words of its founders: "We built it along the lines of good friendship, good fellovyship, and ability, realizing that such attributes are most enduring." I-IencC, PIN Rl10 Sigma requires of its members, active and prospective, honesty, desire. for serv- ice, Congeniality and scholastic capacity sufficient to insure graduation. The organization offers to its members social and scholastic aspects of fraternity life and attempts to engender a true ethical sense. The headquarters of the local chapter are permanently located at Webster Hall Hotel, which serves as a center for monthly meetings and varied social events. The active CITIIPTCI' HOW CO11SiSf- ing of 22 members and pledges, is carrying out a constructive program to serve the best interests of the Fraternity, the School, and the Profession. R. L. ANDERSON li. D. Bom F. P. lfllICl'IANAN A. ll.. C0l.WliI.I. N. P. DAVIS C. . ll. DAVISON . lVI. liNrw1sLE li. M. FROST T. P. Gmrrrrn S. R. l'l'AY'I'll0RNlE I R Aumnr CI.iaviai.ANn WILLIAM ll0RIIAI.Y FRATRTES IN FACULTATE C. lfl. 1-l1cNN1Nr:lcR Joniv JonNs1-oN G. L. KAs'r1.1N P. W. LANE T. J. Lim li. V. LlCI'I'I'IiNIfIil,S T. Nl. Nl-AIION ll. N. MAl.oNlz JOIIN Nl'ARSlIAI.l. W. L. lXflARsHA1.l. li. R. MlTCI.lISlilEX' PLEDGES 'I'noMAs J. Moimiv l2kNlcs'r Sc7HwAMlxl-:mink KARL C. RANDALI. 133 PIOZHFH :FVIFTZW 810235 ,BE va do Q 2 Q99 ziiiti " : 2 E 2 5 5 2 2 -Z : "' :I , A. PACHIQI. H. O. Pol.I.ocK Amman RAsMussiaN W. ll. ROBINSON Romaur L. SU'I"l'0N Cimmaas S. 'I'l2x'1-on lllzllllllllllililllHlllllllllllllllull f1',,qg3H.,,u,.., ...,,:,,..,:,,g"'HIIIHII i l'lnuu::xllnulm1IIsuumnlll' I III Wd 'H' ,J '4 ' ' ' I l L E D I C M A " ' l " VM N L 5 C 'y -V L l 'y VV' "' V A all WW 1.ww'u' llllllIIUIIllllllIllllIlllIlllIllIlVdlllllIIII1llllIlIllIIIIlllll5m. 5 Q Q1'fH'1E psilflfl' V A ,,,,.c,w,. IE f L 3 5' 51 -Q A I A I 5 !'il V! r if 4 Rv noui .- fit? q" i2f'f sv ,K ' num-u.u. 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The originators of this body were pioneers of vision, men imbued with the realization of the necessity for the maintenance of medical solidarity through the medium of good fellow- ship and cooperation. To this day these underlying ideals for the furtherance of medical aspirations have served for the keystone for the foundation of this international organization. Today, the fraternity has representation in all but few of the class A medical schools of this country, Canada, and Nova Scotia. This extensive development has been a gradual, deliberate process continually characterized by Z1 n10St C211'Cfl1l selection of its components. liecause of the emphasis placed on the quality of its membership, the same fraternal considerations prevail even after one's completion of the scholastic curriculum. Hence, Phi Delta Epsilon has not con- cluded its efforts with the active chapters in Universities, but has made its endeavors lasting' through its numerous alumni clubs which are now exerting a real inliuence in the fraternal and medical interests of the organization. In 1912, Chapter Nu was organized and chartered at the University of Pitts- burgh. Since then, it has assumed an enviable position in general fraternity life. It has attempted to maintain the high standards of scholarship, character, and leadership for which the fraternity has ever stood, it has introduced social activ- ities into a rigorous medical routine-this in itself being a strong factor in the formation of friendships as well as easing, to some extent, the bL11'ClC11 of U16 medical course. It is the sincere desire of Nu Chapter, as a unit of a vast and powerful organization, to lend itself heartily to the advancement of medical science, and to encourage and promote the essay of joint activities insofar as human welfare is the supreme consideration. 'FRATRIZS TN FA CUl.TA'I'E MC5Ii'I'I M ian Con ian Liao I-1., CRIIEI' NIAYICR S. l,JlcRov ROIIICIVI' Gimuiai: H. SCm.nsiNr:lali XVu,l.iAM SLIAIHQRA 135 M n---m::mm,u,.u.::ra::L.m1 w 1 w 1 W1 NW "" "'M W xl W H' mNw f NW M E D I c A L s c H o o I. N ll UA In V' ,V ,, V - "J "XSL, V' J153,Z.?i'1"5-1' -. 43:05 5- fyslzf' ,z '7lff'X. 'I XYZ?" W' .. ., ff? xk f W fi U , ,H J aj 'ff.,, - 1 -'-vw. i , ' W 1 , ' -4, ix f ' pf Q T -3. frm?-'.-,4',.-1 Lfll, , --ffl Fl: gf-. I-,1?w-','P,.'.yZ:, I 136 'J MM1WitjWW!WMUW3x!!3M'wj.1'!'flhx-jx N MMM UMwwMM M !w m lu iwJw Uw M M Hospitals lulumuallullllnlllullllllluulllullllmlllallmluu i,in'lllllIlllIlll1IllIllIIlll""":' l lllui ,num l li::fl!l:,,l!::::lli1i T ii... F' l tl l T' ll l ll Y , ,llllll M E D I C A L S C H O O L lll II llllllu The Elizabeth Steel Magee Hospital Hli lilizabeth Steel Magee Hospital, one of the largest hospitals for women in the country, is administered by a committee of control representing the University and Hospital boards. In this institution all teaching of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a great part of the teaching of Medicine is con- ducted. An operating room amphitheater, equipped with an automatic projection lantern, is used for lectures, clinics, and demonstration courses before the Junior and Senior classes. A smaller lecture room is also utilized for lectures and small group clinics in the Senior year. Fourth year instruction in Gynecology is entirely clinical, thus supplanting the lecture course of the preceding year. The clinical work is given chieiiy in the operating rooms, where students make examinations and witness a great variety of gynecological treatment and operative procedure. In addition, each student must report upon a previously assigned case. llach week one student is also assigned to dispensary work in the gynecological clinic. Instruction in Obstetrics is given to small groups in the fourth year. This instruction consists of demonstrations, ward walks, and discussions. Operative obstetrics is taught in the operation and delivery rooms. ln this way, the work covered by didactic lectures in the third year is seen in clinical application in the fourth year. . A most important part of the fourth year instruction in Obstetrics is the three week residency, during which time each student lives at hospital and forms an integral part of its organization. The lirst weelc is spent on duty inside the hospital, the student being required to be present at all deliveries of ward pa- tients, to attend prenatal clinics, and to do the necessary laboratory work. Dur- ing the second and third weeks, the student is on call for deliveries outside the hospital, and also attends prenatal clinics held in various parts of the city. The Department of Medicine maintains an office and a clerk at the Magee lxlospital, and didactic and clinical instruction are given in both junior and Senior years. A clinical course in Physical Diagnosis is given during the junior year, and in the Senior year, each section spends one quarter on the clinical clerlcing service. On this service each student each week is assigned a medical case on which he takes a history, does a complete physical examination and routine laboratory work, and reports the case to the instructor in charge. in addition members of the Department of Medicine conduct daily ward walks at which selected cases are demonstrated. An important and highly interesting feature of the senior year is the Tuesday afternoon clinic conducted each week by the Professor of Medicine. Interesting cases studied by the senior students are presented and discussed i11 such a manner as to bring out the practical and important teaching points which may prove of value in the diagnosis and treat- ment of disease. l38 ru-.4m..mi. l1..lll.Hl11i.ll1.Hll.Hll1Hm..ln..lm..n...l11.H11.Hr1N.111r.4iii-.rirI-mi--rw-.mmwi.i 11mrll...11i..111...llV..1lli..lliniWl..,m,..wi.lll l1.I111in111H-1ifi..1r,imrr1...1ll...i1....llH.l111.H111...r11i.H1111in11my11---1111ru-l1--1l11-.111inii1ii-11+I..i1i..11myll...iimyli.Hii...il...llW.,ll...llil..ll...lll,..ili...ll,..ill...llll..w....wii.m...w.1 . H UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH The Mercy Hospital l-Ili Mercy Hospital is a major teaching hospital aliiliated with the School of Medicine. A large part of the clinical instruction of the third and fourth years is given in this institution. Instruction in Surgery is given almost exclusively at Mercy Hospital. The third year course in Surgery includes numerous didactic lectures, work in the surgical dispensary, and ward walks through the extensive surgical wards. One weekly diagnostic clinic is given to the fourth year class. The balance of the work is presented in ward walks, discussion groups, and demonstrations to small sections of the class. Students are privileged to witness at close range all opera- tions performed in the hospital and to assist, or to give the anaesthetie under proper supervision in many cases. The University maintains a clerk in the Department of Surgery who devotes her entire time to the welfare of the students. About half of the Clinical instruction in Medicine is given at the Mercy Hospital. l'hysical Diagnosis is taught to small sections of the junior class, and during the Senior year each section of the class spends a quarter of the year on the clinical clerking service. The University also maintains a clerk for the Department of Medicine in the Hospital. l'ost mortem and Surgical Pathology are taught to the third year class in the Magee Vatliological Institute of the Mercy llospital. ITY was . s WY Or F QMYRH Wm fa wo it 1: -A 'Wir A 6' eil" LQJQ-fn J fi -in ' ' 'F-Em 45: 'S 5 U C9 '50 d"9"f,, I .164- an ' V' ,, Y w rsoa l39 MEDICAL SCHOOL Im. XLXXXXX3 Innmxon. or A HOSPITAL Llbezy 140 ' w wuluullmnnumuluglumw I' d + - BMW ""'lP"' "' ' .w.1w..m. mmm .lm 'e-M M-',.N kt PIM- :H-'ma ww- -4 Eze My M "M-A a. NN: M-4:,y:,-fsa '25-f -A--JL.:.,:, up N.-6 fr. r xv.-, ,aw J,-r, wc.-9.41, sy. ,ffm H+ xwzpu ,z-35.4 wff-'.'5,, ff' W-vi .vlz-..:,..-.Fi -'-+mL',:.w,4 'fini -'iii :g.!'.1s1'f'-H we MI fggfgf wwf SQ-..fg.?f -vfea11'i'.ifM Fi? USER? 14,35 Wir "'5'vSf::'i13?'2 :-QW' '?7.frfP:"!,r 3 11'-:-ft! .2f52.1l?k1u-M 194.1 74.41 -fy.,-w f " :Sd "?fg,'!1L'.J'm1f?f. 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ARMBRUSTER Acting Dean of the School of Business Administration To the Seniors: You will soon take your place among the people of our nation who, discouraged, were be- ginning to accept the depression with utter resig- nation. In their despair they chose a leader who promised a "new deal". The aim of your school and its faculty has been to train you in the fundamentals upon which the "new deal" must be builded. These fundamentals include an understanding of eco- nomic concepts in their application to commercial and industrial problems. The business com- munity, groping toward readjustment, is already recognizing and using the type of guidance offered by the academic economist and the in- structor in fields of applied economics, or prac- tical subjects. Our training has stressed high professional ideals of business morality and a sense of the enterpriser's duty to society. Continue with the training which you started while you were with us so that you may assume your full share of responsibility for the type of leadership which is necessary for the future. 144 UNI ............... ... ................................................................................................................................... .................................................. V E R S I T Y O F P I T T HELEN DOROTHY ARMSTRONG Springrlnlc High School Busincss Aclministrntion Publication Conlmittcc Y.NV.C.A. 35 xV0llll'll,S Glcc Club 4 RICHARD SIIICPARD ASHCOM, Jr. lfvrry High School 13118171088 fUllllilliSlLl'll.ti0ll 1tOBER'l' A. BECK Sluulysidc Acudciny Busincss Arlnninistrution Phi Gunmm Dolln, Omicron Doltu Knppu Cup und Gown 13 Stud.-nt Council 35 In- tci'frul.crnity Council 1, 2, Il, 4: Vicc- Prcsillcnt 8, Prcsidcnt 49 Sophomovc Hop 25 Junior Prom 33 Intl-1'f1'utc1'niiy Bull 23 P1'1'Hiill'llh of Blu-millcus Adminis- tration lg Cilll.il'llllHl of Fra-slnnn.n Cus- toms Comluittcc Hg Prcsirlcnt Intcrmt- tionul R4-lations Club 8 NV. B. BILLOCK Olivcx' High School llusincss Arlministrntion Signiu Alpha Epsilon, B.-tu Gununn Sip:- xfmg Bctn. Gamma. Simuu, Vicc-l?rcsi- rcnt 4 LOUIS B. BRODY Punxsutnwncy High School Business Azlmiuistrntion Phi Epsilon Pi. Phi Epsilon Pi, T1'cusu1'cr 45 Debating Associution 1 JOHN EDWARD CASHDOLLAR. xVilklllHbll!'lI High School Busiucx-is Adnlinistrution Thctn Alpha. Phi Pitt Pluycrs, Businm-ss Munugcr 3, 43 Aidc nt Chunccllor's Rcccption 3, Yulctidc Duncc 49 Uppcrclussnmn Coun- cillor 4 .....................................................N........................................................................................................................................................... ...............................,.......................... ................................................... .......................................................................................................................................... ....... .......................................................... S B U R G H EARL FRANCIS COLL Soc:-cd Hcurt High School Busincss Aflministrotion Phi Knppu 1'il.t XV:-ckly 1, 2: l'n.ntlwr 2 JOHN FRANCIS CONNORS S4-lu-nlcy lligh School Iiusincss Adulinistrzmlion KA'l'H'R.YN E. CRONISTER AViiiCillSblll'f.2' High School Busincss Achninislrntion Kuppu Alpha Thctn Knppn Alphu Thctu, P1-4-sid.-nt. 4: Cwcnsk Prcsillcnt Council 43 Chuirmun of Son- ioi' Cluss 13l'0,lIl'll-Ill Conunittcc: Scnior N.-ntor: Social Gomnnittcc Ii: Honorary R.O.'I'.C. Cnptuin 4 ROCCO J. CUTRI Eric Acndm-my Busim-ss Aclxninistrntion Frcslunuu l1'ootlm.ll 13 Fl'0Sillllll.l1 Basket- hnll 15 Vlll'Sll.5' Foothull 2, 3, 43 Var- sity Buskctbull 4 XVAYNE F. DAUGHERTY Pitcairn High School Busincss AIllllilliHll'ILl.l0ll Alphn Knppu Psi: Scublmrd and Blndeg Phi D4-ltu Thctu Glcc Club 1, 2, ll WVALTE R GLEN DAVIS Alton High School, Alton, Illinois llusincss AmlminisL1'aLtion Alphu. Kuppu Psi ............................................................................. .......................................................... .. .. .v..u.-....m-...u-n.-...m..u...mnnv..n.u..nw.n...........- S E N I O R We HERMAN MARTIN DIGHT Grove City High School Business Administration Football lg Track 1 JOHN GEORGE FISCHER Academy High School, Erie, Pa. Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha ' Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer 2, 3, EX- ecutive Committee, Interfraternity Bas- ketball VVILLIAM U. FOLLANSBEE Peabody High School Business Administration Delta Tau Delta Apprentice Football Manager lg Appren- tice Basketball Manager 2g Assistant Basketball Manager 83 Basketball Man- ager 4 HENRY RICHARD GAUB Jeannette High School Business Administration Temple University EDNVARD CAREY GREENAMYER Leetonia High School, Leetonia, Ohio Business Administration Beta Gamma Sigma, Pi Beta Mount Union Collegeg Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, Council 45 Pitt Panther 3, 4 GLENN GRIFFITH Johnstown High School Business Administration i1ata--an-wma-a ,, i ' , 1 , 1 IllllllllllilIllllIllllIIIIIIIIHillIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I E:I:II:ilumuuaiiinnumlnwl , llllmllunllqmil Ilulllvl' 'Ii.iilllill--llI!iiIl.uIIlalI V A A lg ,ll, ,,,l l al, W' s e i 1 , .muaumlumulumuamummwmamlmuluw.l JAMES CLINTON HOLLAND Wilkinsburg High School Business Administration Phi Delta Thetag Omieron Delta Kappa University Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4g Cap and Gown Club 2, 8, 4, President 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 BARNEY HOLTZMAN Peabody High School Business Administration Freshman Swimming 15 International Relations Club 4 DONALD B. ING OLD McKinley High School, Canton, Ohio Business Administration Assistant Swimming Manager 15 Fresh- man Swimming Manager 23 Teehnieal Staff Pitt Players 23 Swimming Man- ager 33 Assistant Business Manager Pitt Players Zlg Program Committeo1'itt Players 45 'Treasurer Pitt Players 4 EUGNNIG CLAIR JOHNSON Berlin High School Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary 2, Viee- President 3, Vice-President 45 Inter- fraternity Couneil, Chairman lnterfra- ternity Forum Committee, Intrafrater- nity Gonferenee Ball Committee 42 John Marshall Club BENISON BLAIR JOHNSTON New Castle High Sehool Business Administration Pitt News 1, 2, Il, Cireulation Manager 4 JAMES BURTON JONES Johnstown High School Business Administration Sigma Chi .wWw.i... UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH l.-11H.U111.-iH1-.111inHinii1inH-.111linHV..l11..1Hin111..iHV..i11..1Hl..ll1.HHl..111in1NH.U11inNH...lll.NH1.H1linH1I..11um1iiniHN.11l..lHH.11N,..mi..+mm-.mi 1uw1..111inUi.ll1iinH1..11N.1ll...l11H1H.Hl11..iiiin111.HHml11..iUN.111H.U11.N1W1iH.U11i...H1V..llW411l.HH11.44iii,.l11Ni..H1i..1lH1.H1lnml1i..lH1.-.m...mi-.iw-.wi LO WELL M. JONES 'Vumlvrgrift High Suhool Businvss Aflministrutiou 'fllvm Da-ltn Psi liuml I, 2 XVILLIAM D. KAPPEL Olivvi' High School Busim-ss Allministrnlion Knppn, Sigma, RAYMOND WALTER KAUFMAN Salim-nh-y High School Business AIillliIliSfl'il,li0ll WILLTAM S. KEARNEY Minookn, High School Businn-ss Administration Sigma Alphn, Epsilon 'l'HI'1OllOlRE L. KEITZ MQKQ-us Rocks High School Busim-ss AfilllilllSiZl'Il1ti0Il Lumhrlu Chi Alphn JACK D. LANG South Hills High School llusim-ss Amlministrntion inHlm1linH1.H11WilN.l1l..Hl...l1i..Hmi11inH1in11inll1i..l1.-1Hl..Hli.11NN.Hl1.HlH.Uii..iiHi..iii..NH1.H1lli.H1N.1Nw.uw..iWm..l HER BERT J. LOERCH Olivvr High School Busim-ss Aflministvntion LTLLIAN L. LOWENTHAL Pvulioaly High School llusinoss Arlministraition Phi Sigmn, Sigma 'PAUL H. LYONS l'a-nn High Svhool, Grom-nvillo, Pu. Bnsim-ss Amlministrzltioll Dm-Ita Tau Dm-ltn liamrl I, 2, 3 REED J. MQCRACKEN 0'iVl'l' High School linsim-ss Aflministrntion Sm-n,hhn,rfl nnfl Blmlu ll.0.'l'.C,, Riflv 'Funm YIRGINTA McIN'I'YRE 'IH-uholly High School llusim-ss A1llllilliSi,l'1l.i,i0ll Y.W,0.A. ROBERT MUSORLEY Sm-In-nh-y High School liusim-ss Aclminislrrition ,.....-...mm H1mumm.....m..w..ii .mm-..ii...iii.. W.1W..M.w..w.mm. .Wil-film in wiinmimmmmmiiw muwwmiiwwi 1imimmmwiiwiiim . , mm s E N I o R s i STANLEY L. MA RCY Gro:-nslmrg I-Iiprh School Busincss Administration WILL C. MATHIESON Munhnll High School Business Administration SAM H, MERRIMAN Vr-ronn High School Business Achuinistrntion JAMES E. METZLER Ncw Custlc High School Business Administration 'l'hctn Chi 'Flu-tn Chi, 'llri-usul'c1' 3, 43 Pitt Plnycrs ii: 43 .'l'iul:n-t Mamugcr Il, 43 Fra-Slllnrm fioulncnllor Zig Intcrfrutornity Bowling NROISIGRT C. MORGAMF John:-:town High School llusiucss Aclmiui:-ilrution Pitt Players WILLIA M o. M Ucnow Alli-,qlwny High School Bilsincss Administmtion Alphu Kuppn Psi: Thctn Chi iiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii iiiiiiii it Mill v . w ill fi ii lui liwi .iii llili iliiill A A iill'lil it will f Mi H w li W ii iii i i P 5 ii it i. l ii il 5 ii .i lmxililii ii fr IU' 37.5 i Will i . ii lllllllllllllllll 1 ii""'1ii' DWVAYNE WVYCKOFF MUELLER Springrlnlo High School Busincss Administration Bctu Gmuum Sigum EUGENE MURRAY Sucrcd Hcnrt High School Bussim-ss Aflininir-1t1'n.tion Militm-y Bull Committee 3 I'E"I'E R. P. PINGITORE Rod Bunk High School, Rnd Bunk, N. J. lillsinci-is Arllninistrntioll Alplm Phi Di-ltn Alphn Phi Di-ltn, P1-1-simlc-nt 4: Itnlinn Club, 'l'1'cnsurc1' 3, 45 Intl-rfrutcrnity Athlctics, Co-Clmirmun 43 Intcrfrntcr- nity Truck 3, Council 8, 43 Swccp- Nmlu-H 35 Frcshumn Bmikctbnil nnd 'Pruck lj Boxing Mnnngcr 4 LOUIS O. .ltl'll'l'Elt Folcy High School Busincss AflllllHlHl.l'll,i.l0Yl Lmubdn. Chi Allillil Intcrfrntf-rnity Council 3, 4g Intcrfrutcr- nity .Bull Conunitti-is 4 DOUGLAS H. REYNOLDS Eric Enst High School limxiru-ss Arlministrution JACK LOGAN ROSEN FELID W1-stinpxllouz-lc Higxh School lliisina-ss ACilllllllSil'llil0H 'l'Iu-tn Ili-ltn Psi .Pitt liiflci-ig Militnry Bull 4 InmIInlIfmIIanIIInIImlII.HII--.1ImlW-.wi-win.--U InIIII-4IInlnncw-.mainI.HIImlImmmwmnnln n ulllnm IllIinII.mlII..IIonIInIII..n..w,..u....c..l cl ll u..Wn mm .Wm .mm-iw... llnl-.lum aun..c..w...o .ll..--W-.w...n II....WImmImullmlIImcInmInwnmInmIm..n...n...a..... N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T lVIl'lYl'IR, 16. 1cUuwN Fifth Avcnuo High School Businm-ss Administration Bcta Gamma Sigma M I l4'l'0N M. 1i,U'l"I'l'lNl3 IG RG lllassanuttcn Ai'IHll!Illy liusinoss AIlllllllISt1'llll0lI WILLIAM EllWA'ltl7 SCI'INlCIlll'lIi Kislci, Sm-honlcy, nnd P4-allmly Higll Schools liusin:-ss Adulinistrulion Delta 'Pau D4-ltn Allldlildll LEWIS SCH WALT? Jauufs Madison High Schoolq Colby Acad- I-my Business Adlninisllraltion WT LIITA M SCI-I WAR"l'Z Filth Avi-nuc IIIIIII School Busincss AlIIlllIllSlLl'lll10ll HA ROIIIJ N. SCO'I"'l' Cvntral lligh, lCric Busincss Administration Alpha Kappa l'si John Marshall Ulubg Gloc Club 149 S B U R G H Allllld RIT lfl DM ON ll STAM M IGIIBACH lil-av:-1' High School liusincss Administration Kappa Sigma Kappa Slgllllll, Sm-cwtary Il, 43 Studi-nt Council 4 CIIA IQLIGS II. SUNlJl'lRl'lANll Oil City lIi1,:h School llusinc-ss Administration Phi D4-lta 'Fhcta Phi D:-lta 'l'lu-ta, '1'1'cusu1'c1' A15 Band 1: 0l'0Il1'Sl,l'll, Cup and Gown 1 ROBICRYI' WILLIAM TOIRR FENCE lllillvnlc High School liusins-ss Administration Alpha Kappa Psi NVAYNIE O. WEAVER W4-st Ncwton High School Busincss Administration Thi-ta llc-lta Psi: Druids Pitt XVcokly lg Assistant AllX'l'FiflSlTlf: Mamuxcr 1, 2, Advcrtising Nlunagcr 35 Oyvl 1, 2, Advcrtising lllauagcr, Il, Bus- iness Mnnngcr 43 Sophomorc Hop Com- mittcc 2: llusincss Managcr Junior Prom: lnt4-1'f1'at1-1'nity Ball 43 Yulctillc Fm-stival 1, Ll, Ilg Trarlilions Cflllllllltllilll -Ig Board of Govcrnors Coopcrativo Buying.: Association 43 Tlu-ta Dvlta Psi, Housc Munagcr 4 5 Tntcrfratornity Council Il, 45 Assistant Busincss Man- afrcr Y.iIl.C.A. Handbook 33 Pitt Pan- tlwr 1, 2 ISADORIC XVICISS l'n-abody High School liusincss Administration Bula Gllllllllll, Sigma -I Alll3l'lR"l' EDWARD XVILKINSON, JR. ll'IlII1llllSDO'I'i, High School liusinoss AlllIlllllSll'llll0ll Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cross-country 4 ummm f.lw.w..w..w. mumwuw-un .ummmmuuuuu .1llullmlm.-.umu.lu ll1nl1mum-uulullu W-.u..uu.unu ummm.-1ummm.. Iilllfllllillml i l l ll 1 , H his ' in-llillfl s E N I o R s l l l lil lil l ll ll W W-u-llullmlu ml1nm1H..1lfml1lm1lm11H.1111H11ulll1Hlllm11ru11l1HwmwnluuwuW11Hulmil1inll1nl11lnll11VH11Inl11ul11H.l11nl11linl11nnwvumumun H11W1um-ullumu lm EARL MIG REDITH WILLIAMS South Hills High School Busim-ss Arluiiuistrntimm Luluhdn, Chi Alphn l 5 ll l l l 4 i Trlullwlzlllylnuml W lit Jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. JOSEPH L. YATES Olnirton High School Business Administration LcMOYNE PAGE ZIMMERMAN Derry High School Business Administration Culuhrin-Rowe Collupguq Band 1, 2, 3, 43 W4-lfnro Coluruittuu 1.1.1111.11...111.11111.1.11...mm1.1.1.111.1.1.1m..111...1.....1 ...11.1111H..11.1.1H..111...1.11.1...M1.11111.111....11..1..,...11,..1..1 1.1.11...1111....11....111.1.1111.111....11.....1,1,.m..., W.. 11,1.1111.1111....11.....1,....11....1....11,....1....11....1.1111...1....1...11....,....1,....,.....,....,... UNIVERSITY OF P11TsBuRG1-1 IN MEMORIAM Dk IIOWARD CARQON KIDD 1837 1933 111111111011 of A1111 fLl1C,N'1 Co11L,L 19021 Mastu' 0 1,719 Q,01L11111Jl'1 LJHIVLISIQ 1911 Donor 0 P111losoj1l1y Umvuslty of Louclon 1928 .Sf0f1Sf1CZG11 W1t11 Ivulwav Buxwu Lost A11"l15SlS Dupalt ment of P 81 L L lx lx 17ZSf7'ltCf07' 111 1170110111145 xfVLS1L111 Ixw IVL U111vus1ty 1913 915 Ass1sta11t P10 Lssor of Lco11o1111cs U111w.1s1ty of Puts 1JLllf.,11191g 1918 stltutc OfTLL1111010gj 1919 1921 P1ofcsso1' of Co11111u1'c1 Umve1s1ty of P1ttsbL11gl1 1921 933 Mcmbu of BLU Camma 9131111 T'1atL1111ty Alpha 3121111 I-,111 I'1'1tu111ty Dglll Mu DL1t'1 111tL1l1lty Ixappa A111111 13111 191atc1111ty Ol11IL101l DL1t'1 14.113131 1'1atLr mty P111i1Jl112,11 Chaptu lX111L11L'I1'l Tmututu of 131111 mg and fha 111111L Club of P1t1S1JL1l,11 1 w - . , 1 .. . K, Q. 1 lg., 1 of . I S , x. ' , - 1 1 L c Z 1 ' 3 '1 1 - 'f Q' 1 '- .1-.1- 7.11- 1 'W-1'- , ,. 1 1 , ,, -1 . I 1 f, T - Q . rx. . Q' - 7 ., , . 'f . .1 L Associate P1'0fcsso1f of I11d11s1'1'1al EC0ll0lIIiC'S, CZ11'I1CglC In- .1 is I 1 1 1 -. I .ff . " 59 . 1 -t -1' . -1 'Z 4 c F-Z J- ' 3 ' , C - 4- ' ' ' - , 1 C 'L C 4 - A - ' l 4 - 1 Q ' ' v 5 h ,, , , , .K K. , 1 X- 151 l lll Ilii 1 will 'llillll "w "w iii,, 11illiilliil1 'E V ll P' I mlm...-mmm...m.m....mm..m.....r...Wilmmmummmum...m.m...lmmmmm.ml.-m....m..... il I. I tw , - ,tix ell! W mb, iii '- S E N ' 0 R S lll ulfl il.. l .. lmn.mlmm.H11.mmmlumml1lummlllummll1mtlnmin11linlllim1nmumluiilnm1.-iw.m..wmm L. P. SIEG Dean of the College To the Seniors: As I start to pen these lines I am strongly impressed by how much the old world has changed since the time when I, too, was in my last semester. Yours is the darker outlook. In my day the whole world was open, waiting for me to come out and join in the fun. In your day the world has so great a headache that it probably is paying slight attention to you. This means only one thing. You must help cure the headache and make the world take notice. We oldsters have muddled things badly. It is for you youngsters to set the house in order. Congratulations, and best wishes. 152 mum? H l....t....lw...m... 11...H11H...1.mm......it...-.1tm.1tu..l...H1H...1tm.,1U..1H...1ml.1t...1lV...1V...l1t...1...Hl,mlH...lW..N...1tm1...Non1...Hl........nlyu...l...Hu...,.....1.mumy-.4mmin-.Uml..wo-.m.....u..l .111umnl.lmmmyl1.mlmu1mumll1V..lllmlmmI...l1nolmlmm1ml1nmlmt1nmlm..llmu1V..itnm11imonl1inlmm1mm1---Ilnm1imW-.lv-..m...lm ..lnmllm1mu,ml1mul...l11....t....ll...w.l..l.l..l ll 1 UNIVERSITY OF PITT VETO ADAMO Punxsu tuwnoy High School Collogo NYILLIAM F. ALLISON Porry High Collogc Pitt Punthur, Munuging Editor 45 Pitt N1-ws 4 CHA-RLO'l'TE WIIIGRRY BAIR Schcnloy High School Collogo In-ltu lloltu D4-ltu D1-ltn D4-Itu IM-ltu, 'Tl'L'tlSlll'1'1' 45 Class Tl'l'llSlll't'l' 1: Cluss Culrincl 45 Junior Prom Zig ACILIil'llliC lbw-ss Conuuittvo 4 HELEN M. HAIR Groonshurg High School Collogo Kuppu. Knppn Gmnuutg 'Flu-tu Alphu Phi North Cui-olinu,5 Owl 4 A DOLPH N. Bl'lltKOWI'.l'Z McKoosport High School Collcgc lVILl5'lH'lll IXIGRNAN Schcnloy High School Collogo llruidsg Phi Epsilon Pi Pitt Nows, R4-1mrtn-1' 1, ldclitoriul Stull' 2. Ncws Bourll Il, lixocutivo Hourrl 45 Pift Puntlu-1' 15 Owl I, 2, Pil0if0f.S1'lLlliliCiiifii' tor 35 Cup und Gown 1, 25 Soph Hop Couuuitts-og Junior Prom Couuuillcci Mcn's D4-bz1ting5 Socrotury of Phi ICP- :Ailon Pi 4 S B U R G H lu..u..lu l..wl.lu.l 11.Hu.lw..lu.-wi.uin11t...ul.wl.mm.o l.ulmumuium.un..u...u.. GEN lfl VIEV15 B LA'1"i' Sucrod Hourt High School Collogo Cwc-ns5 Mortm' Bourd5 Pi Tun Phi Pitt Pluym-rs 15 NV0lll0Yl,S DL-lmting Squud 1, 2, 3, 45 Stuflont Momhor W.S.G.A. 2: Loun Connuittoo NV.S.G.A. 25 As- sistant Tonnis Munugor 25 Socrotury Vtlonion's llolmting Commission 2, Finunco Chuirnmn 2, 3, 45 Prosidont Wo1non's Debating Club 3, 45 Honor- nry Ushor 35 Scnior Mcntor 4: S1-nior Quoon Couunittoo 45 Quill Club 3, 45 S1-nior M1-ilu Court Chiof Justico5 Gov- ornor Morlu Group HA RRY H. ROA S Wostinghouso High School Collcgo LOIS BOGGS Bon Avon High School Collogc Alphu Xi lloltu Punlwllonic Roplu-sontntivc of Alpha Xi In-ltu, Vicl--Prosirlont 45 W.S.G.A. Rop- rcsontutivo 2, 3, 45 Collcgo Associa- tiong Wonn-u's Gloo Club FLORENCE BOWMAN Winclu-stair l'ropn1-utory School Colle-go Kuppu Kuppu Gmuumg 'Tlu-tu Alphu Phig Cwons VV0lllL'Il,S Gloo Club 15 Pitt Plnyors 2, 3, 45 Customs Committoo 25 Secretary Kuppu Kuppn Gulunm 45 Senior Mon- tor 4 JULES BRAND Now Huvon High School Collogo Silfllllt Alphu Mu DOROTHY BURD' liutrobo High School flollcgo Knppu Alphn 'Fhotu Pitt Plnyorsg W.S.G.A. R1-pruscntutivo 2, 35 Wonn-n'S Gloo Club LAURA B. CAMPBELL Schcnlcy High School College """""""'"""""'+"' ''"H"""""1"""""1" ""H""""'"""""""' ''"''"""""""""""" ''''H'W'''"H""H""""""" 111"HW'HWHw"1wIf'i r-'Wwwv-www-1 H-www' Il S E N I O R S "5il!!rm:nl--lll::::::?S'l"Il I 1Hlllmullmllllulnlllllmllmll in it II l lllgli ..mw.Wwmmnm VH4HIm1i11iHVH11inivm11,I11umi1inlHIH11mlHin11V111ii.H11in1um1i..11Hui11in11iinHin11iHiH1H11linHim1lum1in1lumiiuliiiul11iniiimwlmwmm-m 11iinww-hylwlim wi Office Scc1'utm'y Y.M.C.A. 39 Womons Cla-0 Club 3 lXlARGRl'1'l'E CAM PBELL Dormont High School Collcgo MARJORIE CAMPBELL Snclw-cl llozwt High School Collm-gc Tluetn Phi Alpha Pitt Wm-ckly 1, 2, XVomcn's G1 no Club, Punhcllonic Ruplwescntzitivo of Thom Phi Alphn WILLIAM P. CARLIN Olivier High School Collc-gc SCll,lJlJll1'il and Blnllc wltific T1-nm, Mzmugcr 4 GE lt'l'ItUlJE CHRISTINE JEAN Clin-ion High School Collogo Zvtn 'Fuu Alpha TH E LMA CARPENTER. Stowe High School Collvgc Cnnrly Stand Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, M mittcc 2, 3, 4 CARNS ilk Com- ,ELTZAISETH JANE CASSEL Nr-w K1-nsington High School Colll-go licliu Zi-to M4-ilu 1, 2, 8, 4, Cwm-ns 23 Honorury USllPl' 3, Stutlnsnt Rolntions Commit- iou 4 ROBERT T. CHAMBERLTN lmormont High School Collllgv Knppn Sigma: Druids lntm-rfl'nt1-rnity l'io1n'nsf-ntutivo 2, 45 In- tc1'frutn-rnity Bull Committco fi: Sunior AI1ll0llYllH'lll1'lll2H Committvc 43 Chnirmnn Tntc-i'fl'ut4-Unity '1'l'll,l'k liloct 4: Kuppu Sigma, Vll7l"l?l'0Hlfl4'llt 2, l?i'm-sirlont 4 Alt'l'HUR RTGGS CHARLESWORTH lhwirlrlock High School Collcgo Dc-ltn Tun D1-ltn, Omicron Dr-lm Kaplan film- Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4, Vico-P1'oHi1lvnt 8, Pitkin Club 1, Tr:-nsuroi' 2, 3, Prosi- flont 43 Y.M.C.A. 2, Fl, Pr:-sidont 4: Phi Epsilon Club 2, 3, 45 Bnnd 2, 3: John Mnrshnll Cluh 2, 3, 4 THEODOSIA JANE CLEVER Uliriclisvilh- High School Collogo DAVID BERNARD COHEN Dm-rby High School, D4-rby, Conn. Collcgo Sigma Alpha. Mu John Mnrshnll Club: Pitt Wvckly 2, 33 Sigma Alpha, Mu, iLl!C0l'fll"l' 4, Junior Prmng Yulotidc Fcstivnlg lntcrfrntcr- nity Buskotbnll 2, ZZ, 4 JOSEPHINE M. COLANTONI McKcos Rocks High School Collcgo Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Itnlinn Club 3, 4, Fra-nch Club 3, 4 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H 1imIl.H1II..11Iin1II..I1I.HIII..IIIH.IIH.IIH..IIT..III...IIN.IIIN.III.HIII.I11IH-1TI--I1IinIIIV...11in111in11IT..III.HIII..IIII...l11ni11Iin11IinIII.UIII1.41I...I11K.I111.111IimII...1l1..IIIinIII.I1T1ui11I.1l11in1II..IIII..IIIH.IIT..IIIinIIIi..III.HIIinIIIT..IIIii.IIIi..II1il.Il11..T1III.ITIII..IIIimIIIinIII1I..ll11.HT1IIinIIIT..IIII...III...IITIit111ii.iwi.wi..w+..w RAYMOND A. COLEMAN Schonh-y High School, Pittsburgh Acnd- only Collvgro Knppn Signm Kalman Signm, Soc-inl Clmirnmn 33 Pi Bom: Pi Signm Alpha, Cup und Gown 2, Il, 43 Uml4-i'1.':1'ml11nto Cluh of Cup und Clown. T1'1'Il,Sl1l'I'I' 45 Pmitlmr 2, 3, 4: Gloe Club 2, Sl, 43 Pitt Plnyi-rs 2, 3: Ynlotirlo F1-stivnl Com- mittvo fig Spring Fostivnl Cominittm-c Il: Stndcnt Rohitions Committoo 3 ALICE SARAH DAVIS Now Kcnsinprton High School Colll-go Xylon Xylon, Prf-siah-nt 43 Pitt News 2, 3, 4: Woincn's Editor 4 JEAN BREON DEIBLER Groonslmrg High School Collm-go Dcltn Doltn. D4-Img Signm Kappa Phi BERNARD JOSEPH DE NARDO Swissvnlo High School Uolll-go C E It'I'RUD E MEYER DITGES Pottsvillv High School Coll:-go Slgflllllf Knplm. Phi, 'Phi Alphn Theta KENN ETH F. DIVER Schonh-y High School Collm-go .mi..H...o ..11lmII.HITmi1i..IIN..II.HIImiI1im1....III.MII.HIIimIII.111I...1l1in1mm1imIIT...IImiIIi...IIM.ni..n...n....i... .RO I1 ERT V. DONALD Willciiislnm.: High School Collvgo CLYDE EDMUND DONALDSON AVl'Stillg'll0llS0 High School Colle-go Thctn Doltn Psi, Scnbburd mid Blndo Pitt liund 2, Cl, 4, Pitt Wcokly 3 VERONA E'l'lIEl1 DYM OND Ponhody High School Collm-go D4-lm Dcltn Doltng QIIIIX livlto Dolm Di-ltn., 'li1'I'IlSlll't'1' 3, Mnrshnll 4, Souinl S4-c1'otu1'y 23 Qunx, Viw. Prosidont -1: Donco Connnittoo lg Ynlo- tido Fm-stivnl 3 DONALD EARLY Scotland High School Colin-go 'Pi 'Frm Phig Thi-tn D1-lm Psi lil:-n's Illoc Club 13 Pitt Nows Stuff 1: Yulotido Ecsiivnl Connnittoo lg Soon-- UWY, Tllvtn Ds-lm Psi lg Vico-Prosinh-nt 'I'In-In Dcltn Psi 25 'l'l'4'ILSlll'l'1' Pi Tun Vlli 45 Qlllll.Clllh, Prcsirlont 43 Ql'itt N4-ws Columnist 4 Ml RTAM ll, ERLTCTI Sclicnlcy lligrh School Collvgc Phi Sigma Sigxnm Phi Sltflllll Signm, SI'1'l'I'l-Il-1'y 3, 4 FRANK JOHN FIERRO Hnzolton High School Collvgo .lohn Mnrshnll Cluh 3, 4 Pitt Pnntlwr 2, 3, Assistant Editor 49 iiimii..aaa+.ana ,N il if vlwllmumllmlmllwlw ,i 11 il, llnlIaIl,,qlImm1I i l nqmmwl S E N I O R S MARY GALLEGIIE R Milos Bryan High School, M4'K4-os Rocks Colli-go Kappa llolta Moda fil'0llPQ iV.A.A. Assistant Tunnis and Arcluery hlllJlll,L!'t'l' 23 Troasurvr Kappa Dolta 3, Pi-osiflont 43 Managw-r Y. W. G. A. Candy Stanrl 43 Classical Club MARY CAREER lie-llovuo High School Colhigo llolta zvillli Mortar Board Assistant Panhi-Ih-nic Ri-prosontativr' l, 2, 253 Vioo-l'rz-sirla-nt of Class 23 Panhol- li-nic, Tri-asuri-r 2, Social Couunittoi-'13, Prr-sill:-nt -13 Sturli-nt Counuil 83 Somor Mi-ntor 43 Sonior Qui-4-n Couunittoo 4 RTC HA li Il FRANCIS G ElSELl'l'AR'I' 'Pi-rry High School Colh-go Pi Slpflllit Alpha l'7ORO'I'lIY BRAY C ETSTNCER l'l0llll'HlC1'll-il High School Coils-go Kappa Kappa Gllllllllllj Phi Alpha Thi-ta3 Mortar Boarrlg Cwvns Kappa Kappa Canuna 'Prosirlont 43 Si-nior Court 43 Studi-nt Ri-lations Connnittcu 33 Junior .Prom CUlllllllf1l.lH'Q Sophomore' Hop CUllllllll2tI't!Q Pitt Playors 1, 2, 3, 43 S4-nior Mvntor nm.nN GLYNN 4 Dormont High School Collvgo Cwi-ns3 Chi Onu-ga: Thr-ta Alpha Phi Pitt Playm-rs 1, Tochnionl Staff 43 Cus- toms Connnittou 23 W.C.E.L. Ill1!llllH'l' XV.S.G.A. 23 Social Sm-rvioo Connuittoo Y.W.C,A. 23 P1-1-sifluiit 'l'huta Alpha Phi 43 Vico-I'rosidont Chi Oni:-ga 43 Spring Fi-stival COllllllli,tl'U 4 ARTHUR M. G O LDBERG Schf-nloy High School Coll:-go Pi Lambda Phi, Omicron Dolta Kappa Univi-rsity of Miizhiufan 13 Pitt YVoi-lcly F4-aturo Writvr 23 Pantluei' Exchange Editor 23 Owl, Assistant Editor 2, As- sociatv Editor 3, Editor in Chiof 41 Yulotiilo F4-stival 43 Sonior Wvok Pub- licity Managor 43 Cap and Gown Pub- licity 2, 33 Studi-nt Council, Chairman of Traditions 43 Editor of Intorfrator- nity I-Iaudbook 4 All il ii W l it ll l li ,,,,, li ll 2 4 iiiii M iv tfflfQffffQi ff lliii il .lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll W ll JANE CRTM Iiouu-sts-all High School Colh-go Alpha Xi Di-lta Corrm-sponrling Sm'1'4-tary Alpha Xi Della :lg l'rm-sid:-at Alpha Xi Dolta 43 Cahi- ni-t lill'llllM'l' of Junior Class IIE RlZER'l' LLOYD C WYER South Hipfh, Youngwctoivn, Ohio Coll:-gxo Chi Rho Nu Pitt Play:-rs l, 43 Pitkin Club Il, -13 Y.M. C.A. Social Svrvicu 4 TYELMA UANSON .Ti-anni-ttv llitrh School Efl ucution Quax Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Worm-n's Glow Club 2, Zi, 43 Moda Group 3, 4 BARBARA ANN HARTMANN l'Ib4-nslmrg High School Colle-gr 'l'Iu-ta Phi Alpha3 'Fhota Alpha Phi Notre- Dann- in lialtimorv NVouufn's Ch-0 Club 23 Cathuilral Com- nlittoo of W.S.C.A. 23 Social Couuuit- tvn- Class of 'Sill 33 ,lunior Prom Coin- Inittvu 33 Cabinot Mtlllllilll' Class of '33 43 Vioo-Prvsiilvut of 'l'hata Phi Alpha 43 Yulotirlo Fi-stival Committcc Zi, 43 Spring Fostivnl Conunittvo 43 Chairman Float Parailo 43 Quoon of Yulctiilv Fostival 2 - GEORGE A. HATCHER Pi-rry High School Colli-1:0 Phi D4-Ita "l'll0l1!L3 Scabbarrl and Bla1lo3 Cap and Gown Club, Omicron liulta Kappa Glvm- Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Cap and Gown 2, Il, 43 Yulotirlo Festival 3, 43 Mili- tary Ball Il, GEORGE I". V. HAYIDU llradrlock High School Collage '11lil'l1llillllll'll'l VM Will, 1 1 Y O 1 11 1 1 1 s 11 11 R G 11 1. 1. 1 .11 1111111111111 1. .1 11..1111.1.1111..111 .111 1.1.111.1.1111.1111111.11111...111.111111.111111...111.111111.11111111.111.1111111.1111.1111..1111..111...111. 111.11111 .11111.1111.1111.111111111.11111.1111...111..1111.. 11.1111.1111.111111.1111.11111.1111.11111.11111.11111.1111...111..1111.. 11.11111111111.1111.111111.1111.11111.11111.1111111111.11111.1111..11111111..111.1111.11.1111.11111..1111..111...111..11.11 1 1 111111111 1 11 1 JOHN Hl'lllGl'IS Cowl.-1'i-1po1't High School COlll'1.2'l' Pmitlwr Stull' 2 GORDON BLATH Ill ICMANS Nortln-nr-it High School, l'l1iln1cl1-l11l1iu1, Pai Uollvpgv- l.,ll7li1Il Ulnhg Y.lll.C.A. Cnhinvt -lg Glmi Cfluh Il, .lg Q1.11,1'1..-tw Il, -lg lllinistm-rin Clllll 2, Il, 4 liU'l'll MARION llI'INlJl'lliSON Aspinwull Iligh School Coll.-gp Qnux UOlll'lllllOlll1 Club, Vi.-1--l'r1-sich-nt Zi, 11 'VlVlAN NESS l'1-nho1ly High School Colh-1:11 Kuppal Kumm Gnmmn. Stlliflf-nt Lonn Fund 25 NV.A.A. 1, 2, 33 b0lllIOlllOl'0 Hop 2 ' SUZANNE LTNTON HOFFER NV:-stvi'n Pvnnn. School for Blind Oollogu - NO ILMAN MILTON HOROVITZ Union High Suhool, Burg.':utist0ivn, Pn.. Collvgo .111...111...11 .11...1111..111..111.. 11.11111...11...11.111111...1111.11111.11111.1111.11111.11111...111..1111..1111....11.. HORACIC IIUBBARD Johnstown C1-nl1'n1l High School f'0ll4',L2'1' Unix und Gown Cust 3, -I UllAlil.l+lS G. HITGUS, JR1. Uniontown High School Hollow' llllllllll lim-ltn Psig llruhlsg Omicron lh-lm Kn11111L l'nnllwl', lC1lito1'ian1l unel Bnsin I 3 Owl, lddiloriaul Stull' I 3 Gown, Alllllll2l'l'llll Stull' l 3 Arlvorlising M11nu1:1-1' I, 23 oss Slnffx Cup und .l,Illlllll'I', Soillioiulom Hop Connniltov 2: Ynlm-tiflv I".-stivnl Colnmiitom- 12: Spring.: l4'11stix'nl Connnit- I1-u 23 Viuv-l'1'11si1l1-nt llruirls :nun Onstmns flOllllllllll'0 I. frulm-rnity Oonnm-il 2, Il, 43 Uhiuf llonornry Ushor 33 Tut.-i'fr11t1-i'nity Conn.-il 33 Si lntion's Connnittvm- Cl: Ohnil im' Prom Oonnnittvl- Il: Qnil Cllllll'lllIlIl Tntm-rfrntm-i'nity Con I Llg l"l'l'NlI- 2: lntvr- Assistant Sl'I'l'l'llll'y nrlont Ri-- 'mam .lun- l Oluh 'lg fa-V1-nw 43 lr.-sill.-nt 'l'h.-In lP1-ltn Psi -Ig Omivron llvlln Knppn, -Pl't'SlIll'lll, 4 BE RNIOE AlllCl.A Tl?lC OA SSA DY T-TUTCTIINSON Sl'll1'Ill4'y Hiull School Uoll111.L'4- Knmm Alpha 'Flu-tn ALLISON IMLER Altoonn. High School Colle-gre 'l'Iu-tn Chi 3.11-rvtnry, Coll.-gr? Assm-i:1Iion 1: S11r'ro- tnC'h1 l lIlNllllllf I tnry, 'Pho 1 L., "-." - , 7 3 Intor' frutllrnily Council Il, 43 Clmirlnun Ath- lvlics 8 Ml OI-IAEL OICORG E IOUP Altoona High School Collvgu R.OBl'1R'l' JARVTS P1-rry High School Collvpfu Phi Knlnm Pitt Nvws 3, 43 John lllnrslmll 4, Prvsifla-nt -lg l'rs-sirlvnt 11-go Associntion, S11m'1-timmy Olnlx of Col- of Phi Knppn Il, 4: Olmirxnnn of Yule-timlv l+'1-s- tivnl 4: Assistunt lllclitor Y.M.C.A. 1-Innrlbook 4: S1-nioi' Bull COllllllillA'0 43 S1-nioi' AllllOlllll11'llll!llI.S Oomn Pitt l'lflY4'1'S 1 iittvl- 4: S E N I O R S , IH:1ullllllllumlnllllnllwanumuu " if illlma'ml::::::IlIi" lllulllullllmmnlllllnllll MANRTE LENORA JEANTOT Tarcntum High School Collz-ge Kappa Delta Y.YV.C.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Classical Club l, 2, 3, 43 Classical Club, Vicc-Presirlcnt 4, CIM! Club Quartet Il, 4, Frm-nch Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Panhcllenic Council 1, 2, 3, Mos- tcllaria 4 SARAH E. JOHNSON Westinghouse High School College Delta Dclta Delta, Sigma Kappa Phi Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.S.G.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4, Pitt Players 25 Owl 3, 4, Publicity Chairman of Sigma Kappa Phi, Social Section of Delta Delta Delta EUGENE C. KELLY Pcabody High School College Phi Kappa Cap and Gown 2, 3, 4, French Club, Viec Presidcnt MARY ELIZABETH KUHLMAN South Hills High School College Zeta Tau Alpha, Owens VV.S.G.A. Chairman of Decorations 2, Chairman of Organization 3: Cllstolll, 'llI'0ltSlll'l'l' 2, NV.A.A., Publicity and Scrapbook 1, 2, Senior Mentor 4 EDNA LANDMAN Peabody High School Collcgc Xylon Pitt XVI-ekly iii0llOl'tl'l' 1, Soeii-ty Editor 2, 15, Wonu-n's Editor 4, Hostess COIN' mittee NV.S.G.A. 2, Yuletidc Festival Committee 4 SAMUEL LEII MAN Allegheny High School College DAVID N. LEWIS Westinghouse High School College Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi, Treasurer 4, Pitt News, Editorial 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Spring Festival Committee 3, 4, Pitt Panther, Associate Editor 1, 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 E. C. LISOTTO Westinghouse High School College WILLIAM PAIGE McADOO Mun hall High School Collcgc WILLIAM J. McCANN Altoona Catholic Collage John Marshall 3, 4, International Rela- lations 4 EUNICE LOUISE McCLURKIN Allegllony High School College Cwens, Pi Tau Phi, Sigma Kappa Phi Mortar Board, 'Freasurer Y.W.C.A. B, Prez-midi-nt NVomon's Glee Club 4, Vice- President Pitkin Club 4, Secrm-tary of Class 2, Pitt Playcrs Historian 3 ROBERT E. McMONIG LE Oliver High School College i I I.tt1in11Hut11n1tHN-11t-I1H1vt11tutHIntt.I11HIn11intum11nl1HntttV..tHt.,11t..1t1V.1H1t..1tU.H11...NHui1tN.tH1H11inton11wInHwwIt1wmum-mmm--nm mi11t..1W.,tH.,1umtV..t1myw...h...wt..mt.. ...1t11..1111M.1111---I11tnntttI-u111V..111nmitum111tm11t1.H111rm11mt111in111nl111--I111II..11mi111W111,.I1tV.,11V..111t.,t1V..tttt1.t11..1t1...411t.t11t.H11t-.t1N1.1111..11t1I.4111t,.ttttnot1tint1tit..tttot11t..11ton11ttt..wt..tw.,w...W V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H --111tin1t1I..t11--1111in111-I111in111I.111in11int111It111-.tttN.111V-111ui11in111.I111t1.1111t.11t,H111V.1111in1111.1111.111in11t1-.1tttuttttutttruttt1-Ittt-MttV--4ItI-4ttintttt-Itttinttin11in11tm11in11ut11V..11tin111H41tt...11t..1tmy11N.1t1t..111...t1mt11N.ttt1.Ht11V...11....111W1111.11111.-111t.--11tmn11Imyt11t...1t1N..1t1t.ntt1...U1t1my11mm1tm111tmttnmM..11I..111H.t11tl.11H..t1mitNN.t11ni1tt.t11N.tttnit1Wt1in1111-.1t1.NttN.1tt1..111V--111in11H..111H..N1N..11NW111.-.N111t.w,..n,.-nt....t JOHN II. SLICK North lirzulrlock High School Collvgo Phi Gunnnai lbs-ltug Kuppn Phi Kappa Gl'lR'l'liUlJI'1 SIIOMBERG lNluKc-s-sport High School Collvgc WILLIAM T. SM I 'PH Ilomostcnd High School Collogo EUGENE SOLOW Schonlm-y High School Collt-gc Phi Epsilon Pi Owl 2, 3, 43 Socrotnry, Phi Epsilon Pi 3, 4: Tonnis 4 XVALTER E. STA RZ 1'ml.houly High School Collcgo 'l'In-tu Th-Ito Psi Pitkin Club l JEAN ELIZABETI-I S'l'OTLE+R IVilkinshui'g High School Collvgo Knppn Kappa Gmnnm Pitt PlILy01"S Iflistorixm 4, I-Ionorory C0- ud Cnptnin of R.O.T.C. 4 161 J. WILLIAM TH EIS l'1-rry High School Collc-go Signm Dm-lin Chig Omicron Dm-ltn Knppn fl'ilt Wm-lily 2, Il: Pitt N1-ws, Exccutive Bonrd -I3 Junior Prom Jig Simon Dclta Chi, 1'1'osi1l1-nt: Ynlctirlo F1-slivnl 3, 4g Colle-go Association 11 PIQESTON XV. THOMAS We-slinghonsc High School Collvgw- Phi Kuppng Chi 'Rho N115 Scn.bbu1'd and Blaulc Military Bull 3, 43 Chi Rho Nu, Presi- flont Al RICHARD AMOS TORGESEN Mnnunl 'Frnining High School, Now York City Colh-go lmmhdu Chi Alphn Y.M.C.A. Cnhinvt 3, Rutgc-rs University 2 CHARLES 'PUMAZOS Wilkinsbnrg High School flollcgc John Mnrshnll Club 4 ABRAHAM ULITSKY No1'!h4-ust High School, 1'hihuh-lphin, Pu. Colin-y,!r' Pilt We-1-kly 1, 12: Glvo Cluh 1, Cup :md Gown 1, 2, Owl Stuff 1, 2, Yoh-tide Fustivnl Connnittvo Zi: Assistnnt Ton- nis lKinnng'm-r 735 Pitt Playa-rs 2, 3 JESSIE ANN VITCHESTAN South Hills High School Colh-gc D4-ltn Zum Pitt Plnycrs 2, 3, 4 S lwwuvw www nu- H 1 u Hama 11x TII Illlllmlmlllll iq lt 1' My all 'N' l QV if 'Hu ml an lllllilll Url Ill ilapl 'iq llllllllll lllllllllllllllllll l ' l l ,. ,.,.,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,...,,...,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,4,,,,..,,,...,,.,..,,,.,.,,,...,,,,,.,,..,.,,,,...,,....,,..,.,.,.1.,,..,.,...,.,,,.,.,,.....,.,,..,,,.1. ...,,,.,,,,,..,,...,,,,...,.... ,... , . J CHN VOEGTLY ltlillvalo High School Colle-go Riflo Squad 45 Military Ball Committoo 4 CHAR llOT'l'l'l LACOCK WALKER Avalon High School Colh-go Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sccrotary 33 AH' sistant Editor Owl 4g Owl 2, 3, 'HS Organizer of Freshman IPl'll,1llllif.lC U'n1t 253 Junior Prom Conuuittuu Zig Sprml-C Festival Comrnittoo Zig Sonior Montolri Yulotido F1-stival Committoo 33 PIN Playcrs 2, Il, 43 Studont Loan Com- mittoo 2g Pitt News Stall' 2, 3 VE RNE R S. NVARREN Staunton Military Acad omy Collvgc FRANCES WEISSMAN Johnstown High School Coll:-go Pi Tau Phi Collf-gc Players at Johnstown Junior C01- 11-gu .l, 2, 35 Honor Court at Johns- town Junior Collcgo 2, 33 YV.A.A. M Johnstown Junior Coll:-go 1, 2, 3 G. BEN XVEISSMAN Now Haven High School , Collc-gc . Pi Lambda Phig Druidsg Cap and Gown Unrh-rgraduato Clubg Omicron Delta Kappa M1-n's Glu-me Cluli 1, 23 Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3, 43 Approntico Ton- nia Mltvixmm-r 13 llruilla-L, Sacrotary- Troasurur 25 Sophomore Hop Commit- tvn- 23 Owl Stall' 2, 3, 43 Busino:-is Managox' Yule-tido Fostival 23 Sonior Week Committx-c 25 Buuinoss Manairor 43 l,lLHl1lll'l' Staff 25 Virzm--Prorlirlunt Collogo Association Il, 43 Junior Prom Committc-me 32 Intcrfratvrnity Ball Com- mittoo 33 Intorfratornity Council 3, 'lll'Ull,Slll'U'l' 45 Yulotido Ilanca Commit- toc 43 Classical Club 4 THOMAS NVELFER Sclwnloy High School Collvgm' ATHENE NVESSEL Schvnloy High School Collm-fro HARLOW P. WHITE Brockport High School Collcgc Phi Delta Thota Phi Dolta Thota, President 43 Chairman of Into1'f1'utci'nity Confcroncc Dance 4 PAUL VALENTINE WILHELM Groonbrior Military School Collcgxc Kappa Sigma J l'lAN LOIS WINE LAND National Park Sominary Collcgc Kappa Kappa Gamma Pitt Nows 23 W.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Student Loan MARY JA NE WOLFE lic-llovuo High School Collogc Kappa Alpha Kappa Y.W.C.A.g Sonior Class Social Commit- tcc DOROTHY NV OODRUFF Scllonh-y Iligh School Collc-gc Kappa Alpha 'l'lufta Transfer from Carnm-uio 'l'c-chg lt:-cordingg Scum-tary Kappa Alpha 'l'lu-ta 45 I-low toss Committoo W.S.G.A. 4 1Tmy1mu11mwmw..w..w.. W-wi-.mu 111...ITrm11ml11.I1111N.w.ww.mu.4m. 11in111T.11111-1111in111ul11T.H111I-I11in1Tlm11H-W-w..wl.lm-.1 11.ITw.1wmm..wi.-I1.HTWw..wI..w..W N-w.um-iw ..T1I.HT11V.,I111.11IT..111um11-.11Iml11myTIN..1TNwT...TT,iwW-w...mI.mn--4 ..wi..m.w 4w...4m..u .w...w...1 mmm...w .wn..m...1 I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H SAMUEL J. HUGO WYNN Schonluy High School Collvgo 'PHELM A A. Yl4l'I"I' IG R SUIIUIIIUY High School V College Chi Onu-gn Chi Omogn, Vicu-1'1'osido11t Il, 1,l'I5SId0llt 43 President Council 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 515 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Honorary Cup- tamin of R,.0.'I'.C. 4g Plmlwllouic Rvpro- nontntivo 2, 3 JA M IGS M. YOUNG Kishi l'1'm-1m1'nto1'y School Uollvgrn- XVILLTAM I'II'lNR,Y YOUNG Churll-roi High School College Sigma Alphn Epsilong IDYIIIIISQ Omicron IN-Itu, Kumm Bnml Mnnngor Il. 43 Intoi'frnto1'nity Council 43 SOIJIIOIIIOTIS Hop: Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. Prosiilm-nt 4g Pitt Plny- 4-rs, Busim-ss hrlllllllglll' 2 1 ' g l in II:IuI1Ii1lmllnlllnlllllllllulllruul l 'I -li 'f'1 uni.-iul:::::"'lli l lumnl ml X llllllllllllll Illllllllllllll S E N O R S il l l l y llll yl ll H. E. Fizlilzslm. Dean of Alle Denial Sflirml To the .S'c1zio1's: Your faculty has observed with gratification the earnestnesspof purpose manifested by the class members generally throughout your course. Your development as students has shown regular and delinite progress. Your successful application in the Infirmary of the principles learned in the class rooms .and the laboratories gives evidence of serious study, zealous application and intel- ligent understanding, and demonstrates the sound found- ations upon which the two-three graduate plan is based. You are about to enter a field of health service that is of the utmost importance. Continuance of the meth- ods that have brought success in your under-graduate course will insure still greater success in your profes- sional life, and to this your faculty looks forward with confidence. V 164 UNIVERSITY 1'Hllill' G. ATELLO Fifth Aw-nuo High School Dontol School Dm-ltn. Sigma lh-lm Varsity Bnslwthull l, 23 Ilitci'f1'ntn1'11iIy Mnshbnll 1, Ll SIlJNl'lY M. ALLISON Now Iluvon I-Iigh School Dontnl School Alplm Olncgn. Crip und Gown 1, 2, 3, 4: UllKll'l',Q'l'11fllllli.t! Cup und Gown Clnlbg Frcslnnnn Cross- Countryg Class 'l'1'cusurcr 4, 5g D4-ntnl Stndr-nt Council 4, 53 Socrctnry Al phu Omm-gn Zig 'l'1'cnsn1'v1'Alphn Omc-g'n -1 BRUCE E. ATKINSON Allvghcny High School Dcntul School ' Phi Dcltn Thom HOWARD G. BILLMAN Mount. Cnrmol High School Dcntnl School Dcltu Siginn. Doltu B-S., Univcrsity of 17ii,l,HlJlll'g'll CHA RIJC S F. CA STO Pnrkorslmrg High School Dcnml School Psi Oim-gn: Siprnm Chi West Virginia Univcrsity E HE R IQ R'l' B. CRUM BAKER Altoonn IIi,f:h School Dvntnl School Dvltn Signm lloltn Junintn Collogo O F P I T T S B U R G H I'l'l'l'l'l R M. ll l'l M l'lS'l'lCl IAS Corvick Iligh School IM-nlnl School ll.S., Univvrsity of ,Pitilsbnrgli l'llJWA Rl? R. DIXON Williinshnrg.: High School IM-ntnl School lh-lin Signm ll:-lm Pitt Bond 1. 2, Il, 4, 5 HAROLD FlI'IRS'l'l4IlN pianist Sidv High School, N1-work, N. J. In-ntnl School Alpha Olllllguf H ICN RY B, Fl'l'ClI Williinslmrg lligh School D4-ntnl Sch00l Psi Olllvgll. DONALD li. lf'lil+lGAli l'hilipshn1': lligh School In-nlnl School lil-lin Sigma IM-lm 'l'rcus1n'cr Di-lin. Sigma llolto -1, 5, Chilli' num Spring: l'lU'l'lllll-l 51 Svllml' Bun U0,,,,,,m..1. 53 ln,-nil.,-,,iqy lllnshhuill 4, 53 'Pyh-1' of llc-lln Signm llcltn 4 CHA RIJCS W. lHiO'l' I4' IC ii'I'Y Aspinwull Iligh School, Slmrlysillo Amul- 4-my Vwntnl School Psi Onn-gm: Signm Chi ILS., Univ:-rsity of 1'ittshn1'ghg Dmitul Raiys 3, fl, 5 llllllllll :ll 'mizillllll Illiiililllnlml ll ' l l ' l rl V ll , ,, wmwmw , , S E N I O R S l I n ll l 1mi1mm,...,w.m,..u 11,.HHH.l1,NlH1in1linHl.HllH.ll,..11iV..HiN.llH.H,W11,..H,,HllWlilH.11on111H111V1-H1H11iHin111.11HHi111.iiii11iI1iW11in1HVH.1iNm1inwmmuuw.Wi Www..wmwmw WIMLTAM GRAY , Lntroho High School Doutul School Psi Onu-gc MILTON J. Gltl'll'lNl3LO'l"lf Bingluuutou High School Dvnml School Alpha Ouu-gn B.S., Univor:-sity of 1'il.!.slu1i'1,:llg Vico- 1'w-Nixlclit, .Iunior Clnss 4, VllllY'l,l'4'Nl' All-nt, Scnior Cluss 5: Vico4CIumccllo1', Alphn Ouu-gn 45 Chnnccllor, Alphu Ouu-gh 53 Vlcc-Prcsiclcnt, Ili-ntul Iu- t.ci'f1'utc1'nity Council 5, 'Vicc-l.'r4-sr dc-nt, D4-ntn.l Studi-nt Council 51 Co- Clltllflllilll, D4-ntnl School lhincc 55 Co-Clmixuuxin, Dcntul Iutvrf1'uts-1'nity Council llnncc 5 lVILME1li P. G IHIUFITI-I Pm-ubofly High School D4-ntul School Psi Olncgri. WVuyni-slmrg Colle-gc, B.S., Uuivcrsity of Pittslrllrgll Cl IA ltLl'lS A. HAINAUT Clmucy High School, Youngstown, Ohio D1-ntnl School Psi Oluc-gn Intorf1'nt1-rnity Bnskcthull Il, 4, 5, Mush- bnll 4, 5 HYMAN I. HENRY VVllllII,lllSINlI'f, High School Dcntul School JOHN J. HEIHJHY, JR. St. Josa-ph's Norxnul NlVl'l.llCl.,4"ll High School, N. J. D4-ntul School Dclm Slfllllil. llcllu Iloyolu Univi-rxity, Now Orlcnns, lm.: House- Mmmgcr Dcltai Siclnai lim-lt,n, 51 Int.:-rfl'nt.4-rnity Mushhull Si, 4, 55 Iu- Lorfmtl-i'IliLy Bnsluetbnll 3, fl, 5 166 MTLTON S. Hl+lR,MANY Pt'l'lCl0lll4'Il Pvc-1m1'ct,o1'y School Ilcntul School J OSIG PII L. HINK lllfl Mfouut Cnruu-l High School llontnl School ILS., Univcrsity of Pll,hHllllI'g'll STUART J. llOlLNl41vIl. Pi-nhocly High School, Nl'0l'l70l'SlHll'fI Amul- llllly Dnntnl School Psi Omogn, Slfllllll. Chi Cul und Gown 1, 2, Zig Tutol'fl'ntorl1ity , uncll L, Sl' l,lll1ll!1'g'I'ILlllllLllC Cup und I Co ' , Gown Club 2, El FRANK Ill. JEFFRIGYS Scottdale High School, Wilhinshurg High School Dcntnl School JAMICS ld. J Pl l"l"lLll'lS Allcfxlu-ily High School Ili-ntnl School Alphn Phi Alphn SAMUEL I. KA PLAN lllll'tf01'll Ilfuhlic High School lla-nl.u,l School Knppn Nu Cup und Gown 1.3 0l'Cll0Hl,l'lL ,l 3 Nu Mustcr Zig Scribc 1. Kuqnui UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH .ol..m...l .o..wl.o low I-o.-.om No.4 IW., ..ol..lwm .111ll1111-1111..11ll-111li.1l1in11--11l1i.111in11ll.1111.11l1l.ll1l.11111-W.ol..lo.4m..l1111.1l11ni1l1l..l111,Hllll..ll1linll1i.1ll1inl11l.H11lV..ll11...111l...lw.lw...m..oll..l JAMES M. KLIGWANS Rm-novo High School ll:-ntnl School Alphu Olllllllll JOSE PII It. LANG- Mount St. Mui'y's l,'1'o1m1'ot,o1'y School Dvntul School Psi Ouu-gn llcutul Stuvh-nt Council 4 JOHN Ll4ll41KAlJA Fairport Hzwding.: High School, l9'nirport, Ohio llcntul School A. J. LEVIN Schcnlcy Higli School Dc-ntul School ROB l'lwli'l' NV. LUN DSTRO M Rllyvn Hipgh School, Youngstown, Ohio llcntnl School Psi Oincgug Omicron Dm-lin Knqmpn. Olllp NV:-slcyun Univcrsity: B.S., Uuivcr- Nlty .of Pimtshurglig D4-nt.u,l Ruys Il, 4, 5: llontul Studi-nl. Council 3, 4, 55 Oluss Sccrctury 3, 4, 5.3 illl'0llSlll'I?l', ll:-ntol Sturlcnt Council 43 Co-Chui1'- main Ill-ntnl l'luuc1- 53 Socrctury, PS1 0llll'L2'lL 43 S1-nioi' Bull Couunittoc 55 'l'i'urlitionN Couuuittcc 5 FILA NK C. liU'l'Z Iloncsdulc High School lh-ntul School Psi Ouu-gn 16 Munlmll JOHN B. lXlA'l'l'Ill'ISON High School lluntul School Psi Ouu-gru MAltll'1 ll. Ml'l1Il.UAlDO Ponco High School, Poncc, Porto Ilia-o IM-ntul School vw Phi Roto lllll linivcrsity of Michigung Dontail Rays 4 B- Soc' turv Phi Bom 'l'nu I '3 . , l Curncgxic no ,, . f,. Flilfllb MIGSSINIGIL lligxh School lla-nml School S'l'l'Il' l IAN lA O. MTHA IJCII lluqiu-soc High School IM-nlul School Phi lil-tn Tun BS Univcrsity of l'it.lshurg.:hg NVouu-n's Glu Cll 1 ' l l ll .i.. " .. 1h , L., Ig "ra-nsuri', llungur- inn Club l, LZ, Sucrm-lury Il, -lg 'Prous- lllll Phi llqlu 'l'uu 4 G LI'lONAlllJ lil. MONllI'llM l'Ilizu.lwtll High School D4-nlul School ILS., UlllX'4'l'Slly' of l'iI.l.slmrg:'llq 'lll'Il.l'li 1., 0 'l f' iiu4 ' s ' 1 'l .., ., .fx I5 .,, llllll 3 Cfrosu Louutry , L, 2, RAYMOND ll. M ON'l'AN'1'l4l Pittston lligxh School lh-ntul School Xi ,Psi Pl li li.S.. llnivcrsity of l'il,lshui'gli Illllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllll 5 iiii A S E N I O R S ill nlhhll CLARENCE J. MOORE East Fairmont High School D1-ntnl School Delta Sigma Dclta Wcst 'Virginia Univorsity EDWARD MOORE Kittanning High School De-ntal School B.S., Univox-sity of Pittsburgh HENRY S. MOORE Marlcra High School Dcntal School Xi Psi Phi ANSE ll R. McCA MANT Sharon High School Dcntal School Delta Sigma D4-lta Prccidcnt, Dclta Sigma Dc-Ita 55 Chair- mfln, Spfing Fcstival Dancc 55 llcntal Intc1'f1'atcrnity Council 4, 55 Svcrs-tary, Dental Intcrfratcrnity Council 4,'l'1'caS' urcr 55 Vicc-Prcsidcnt. D4-lta Sigma Dcltn. 45 Co-Chairman, D4-ntal Tntcrfra- tcrnify lhwcc 5: F1-ana-nity Basketball 2, 3, 4, 55 Fratcrnity Mushball 4, 5 CHARLES R. PARKER Ncvlf Cumbcrlanrl High School, Nliost Vir- gxnla Dental School Kappi Pi Collcgc of thc City of Dctroitg Univcr- Sify Of Mifillil-TMI: llctroit lnstituto ol' Tochnologyg Univ:-rsity of Marqucttc XVILLTA M G. PFEFFER Altoona High School Dcntal School Psi Omcga IIIlllIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CHARLES PA1'I VCIIA K Carm-g'io High School llontal School RAY B. l'URllUM Blll4lt'1' High Sch00l5 Pittslilllqwll Acarlclny llontal School D1-lta Sigma Delta Class Pri-sidont 25 Dcntal Studi-nt Coun- cil 2, 85 Uuivorsity Studi-nt Council 45 Junior Prom C0llllllll,l,l!0 35 llcntal Chairman Spring Fcstival llancc 55 Y,M.C.A. Council 3, 45 liia-itorian, Dclta Sigma .llclta 5, Stcwarcl 5 JESSE A. QUATSE ilu-cnSlm1'g High School , llontal School Frm-sluuan Foothallg Varsity Football 2, Il, 45 Assistant Football Coach 5 EARL H. ROGERS Willciusburg High School llc-ntval School Dclta Sigma Dclta li.S., Univorsity of Pit,tslu1l'gl15 Mcn'N Glco Club 1, 25 Y.M.C.A. Cahinct l, 2 REED P. ROSE Eclgcwoofl High School Dcntal School Psi Omcg.ra5 Doltn, Tau lJclta5 Omicron llolta Kappa llontal Stullcnt Council 2, 45 Sccrctary llcntal Stuflcnt Council 45 llcntal "Y" l"orum Coinmitlx-c5 Univcristy Stuflcnt Council 4, 1'1'csicl4-nt 55 AVll7l!-l,l'l'Sllll!lll1 Omicron Dclta Kappa 55 Sm-nior In- vitations C0llllllll,t0lb 55 llcnial Rays ll, Erlitor-in-Chicf 4, 5 HARRY ROSENBAUM Ilolncz-itoarl High School IM-ntal School "ll5rlll--fnm::mlf5 ' ! ' hu ,lfilli will ll5l5,55!555 ' tI-tttil1i11.H1tit111i1111it1111.1111.Ht11l111t.t1t1111111I.1t1.H11V..tttI.111in1t11I11tt.1111.11ii1I-1itini11iniiiin11mt11intt1it11int11.Hi1mt11tmt1in111itmiiwmti-wi-vm in111.1titit11in1Wt11.111iNtu.twm..mtm out 1tmtmt1mltuwim11initmlttinmu11tmtm.1myttt...1im1onit1...1imtim.tmmti...ittim1tim11imitmnummi.wtmu.i V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H 1in1t..ui.u.lmwm mount mwmtt. .mm t..ut-tt.. tmu.1wm mw..wt.t lil LMER M. ROSENBLUM Stiunfovd High School, Stxuuford, Conn. llcntul School Pi Lumhrlu Phi, Oniici-on Dcltn Kappa B-S., Univ:-rsity of Pll1l,Silll1'Q'll: Co-Mu,n- lligltl' of Vursity .Football 53 Scnior Bull C0llllllll1lA'4! 5 JEROME J. SAKON Pcuhoily lligh School Dcntnl School Univ:-rsity 01-clicstru 1. '23 Pitt l'ln,yc1'+: Ol'UllUSifl'lL 1 1'lA1R ll W. SHIPLEY Lnng'lcy High School Dcntnl School Pl-ii Oincgn Pnntlu-r nt Rlosc Bowl 53 Dcntiil Prn- Soph Hop Couunittcc 2 RAl'HAl'lTl R. SIL'l3l1lRlVlAN Duqucx-ulc High School Dcntnl School Alphu. Oincgu Intcrfvnta-rnity l'in,skctlmll 2, 33 Intcrlru tcrnity MllSlllllLll 2, 3 BIQRNAIED E. SMYERS DuBois lligh School Dcntul School Psi Ouu-gug Kappa Signut Pitt NVQ-4-lily 23 Dcntul Rnys 3, -I, 53 Frcslulutn Hnnll Book 53 Dcntxtl Stu- ilcnt Council 53 lbcntnl Sturlcut Council llrtuco Couuuittcc 53 Pitt Ncws 53 l'u,n- th'cr 53 Owl 53 Yulctidc Fcstivnl Coul- nuttco 53 All University llunco Com luittcc 5 NVILLTAM G. STAYDUHAR, St. Mnry's High Schoolg Duquesne 1'x'c- Datrutory School Dcntnl School Psi Oim-gn I6 ittt1..1itit1it.11mt11it1tit--111in1mt1in1tum1it11mt11.1t1W11-.11umtin11nm1my11imit1.Utimti1imit1.H1itimtmyihmtt...it11H.iitml1tum1tm1mut-wow.-.u..4 W mm....m. ..t.m4t..t m.w....m t...1u..o .u..iu.w CRAIG A. STEWART llurul Vnllcy High School ln-ntnl School P1-nu Stntc Golh-grcg Cup und Gown 3, 43 Footluill Pamllu-1' 5 C llll4'TON II. STRUM liurncsboro High School Dcntul School llcltu Siguut Dcltn HAROLD li. SUI'l'l'ltKO Nzmticokc High School ln-ntnl School Psi Ouu-gn. Clnss .Prosidcnt 33 Dcntul Studcnt Coun- cil Il MARTHA T. TOROK Rvnovo High School Dcntul School ppltu llcltn Doltng Phi Bctu Tnu Class S1-crctity 23 D4-ntnl Student Council L53 llll'i'llSl1l'Ul', Phi Bctn, Tun 33 l?l'I!Si' tlcnt, ,Phi Bctn Tnu 4, 52 NV.S.G.A. Rcp- rcsuntntivc 4 J GUN F. TUR LICK lluqucsnc High School In-ntnl School JAMES G. VAN NOS'l'iRAND ltml Bunk High School, N. J. Dcntul School Omicron Dultn. IQUIIDJLQ Psi Onu-get Cross. Country 13 Truck 13 Vli7l!'l,1'1'Sl' dont, .Psi Onu-gn 33 Dcntul lutcrfru- tcruity Council -i, ,l'1'm-sidcnt 53 Proxi- flcnt Scnior Sinus 53 1'1'csi1ls-nt Di-ntitl Stullcnt Council 53 ,Dcntnl lhtys 4, Nlltliiltgflllg' ltlflitor 53 Owl StniT 53 Yulc- timlc Fcstivul Cunuuittcc 53 ,l,1'4!SiKl1'hi, Psi Ouicgn. 43 llcntatl Intc1'f1'1ttc1'nity lmncc Conuuittcc 43 S4-nior Bull Clmir- num 5 S'l'ANLl'1Y VA N NVAG N111 It Nowbnrgh High School, N. Y. Dontul School Psi Olnogn Cup :md Gown ZZ, 4, 53 Illt1'Ilfl'1li2t'I'llltY Bnslcctbull 4, 5g House M lLllll.f.fl'l' of Psi Onn-gn 5 JAMES M. WEST Schonloy I-Iigh School Dontul School Dc-Ita Sigmn Doltn B.S., Univvrsity of Pittsburgh JAMES A. WHITE Dormont High School D4-ntnl School Sigma Alphn Epsilon, Psi Onnigo AR,'l'I'IUR YV. NV ILKINSON Jorsoy Shore High School Dental School Sigmn Alpha Epsilon Dm-ntnl Student Council 23 Bnslcotlmll MllHlLl.2'l!1'l1Ll Stull 2, 3, 4 wlluulmuuInlulllullwllllulllulllulllmllulllu I-wwumllmllmulnmlmlml M :ml l Mmm mlllvlfmllluluvl 'l .1lmH...w..oy.om mi1onwowlonou ...w..o..lmomou 1.H1l,v.o.v.w.w.W .41lV..W...o.wo.oo 1H11lu.lo.ownwio 1111-1ooo-onowo S E N I O R S llllllilllIlllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l':li!qElnn ullm"'lIl'i- in llllllll mn A iill W i illllil Clonnollsvillo Hiprll School llontnl Sohool lboltn Sigmn ln-lin SAMUlill'i H. YOFFIC Willimn Ponn High School, I'IlL1'1'lSlilll'g', lhinnn. Dontul School Alplm Onn-gn: Knppn Nu Froslunnn Bmikotlmllg Int.o1'fru,to1'l1ity Council 3, 43 lnto1'fruto1'nity Bnskot- lmll 2, Zi, 4, 59 Sphinx WTLLIAM ZIGMONT 'l'mnau1uu High School U4-ntul School Knppn Sigma li.S., University of l'ittsln11'gl1 NVALTIG R J. ZTLCOSKI 1l0ll!ll-l0T1lJIll'l.f High School llontul School In-ltu Sigma Delta li.S., Univ:-1-sity of l?itt,slm1'1:l1g 'Vursity Footlmll 2, 33 Fraternity lmskotlmll LE, 35 Dontnl Stuflont Council 35 Socro- tnry, Ill-lm Sigma Doltu 5g Junior Pogo 4 . ininmitimiiinitnm1nmimnitinii1iniium11initimiiimwi.m+i..immm Wtmmmmmummiiim ii-1iiimi1ini1my11im1iin11inwiiwimmiwm .wi-.wiiiiwiin 1immiummmitim.iinuitum,mmiiummmmmimm1imimuinmmmimmlimiuwin-Iitiminu1mnmn1iunitim1immm1limi1in1myit.mtiin..1nmitumilimimlmmu-mlmmm-i.umi...wi...m UNIVERSITY OF.PITTSBURGH itiiuwmy1imuiimiitimilimiinii1timimt1iiniitim11-mi11in1it--4mmmiiimiwi mi-mlm-in miimwuw I-wmmmm imwiiimim mimmmiw .mmmminii imiiim1i.mtinmimumm1iuwlimilimmmmniiin1limmimi.-wi...ii..iitml1immu11mvlim1nm1lim1mniim.mu-4mm1nmim-4iiiimii-mlm.. L. P. SIEG Dean of the School of Education To the Seniors: A hitherto strongly intrenched part of Amer- ica's civilization is in trouble. I refer to educa- tion. Belief in the magic of education has always gone hand in hand with our growing' young country. More education, of course. That has always been our frame of mind. Of late, doubts are arising. We are not so sure. We have had several generations of educated persons, and yet, wherein has it helped? These doubts and questions are growing apace. What is to be our answer? It is, so it seems to me, bravely and intelligently to open up the whole situation to see if it is really good. Of course education is good, but are we sure that we have a sound structure? Let us be ready to defend and support education, but let us be sure that we are defending a substance, not a shell. So this is your field of labor. You have my best wishes as you go forth to battle. 171 vu -m..umll. ...u..uwlwmmllwl S YLVIA ARO Ceutvnl High School, Erie, Pennn.. Eclucutiou MA IHAN 1?-EHwltlNGEli Schonley High School Education Delta lleltn Dultn Hostess COIlllllliQifl'0 Y.W.C.A. 2, Finuuee Committee 3, Religious Progrmu Com- mittee 55, Cnbinet Membvr Class of. '33 il, Oilllil'llHl.ll Sonior Budget Conmuttec Cluss of '33 4, Owl Stn.1'lf 3, 4? NVOIIIUIIVH Glee Club 4 EVE LYN E. BE RKOYV I TZ MuKeo:-mort High School E4l ucutiou E VELYN GERTRUDE B IJAISDELTA XVliiiiIlSillll'g' High School Erlucution Cwensg Mortm' Board P1'l'Sllil'Tlt of Senior Clussg NV.S.C.A. 2, az, 4, Y.w.o.A. 1, 2, 11.-inning 3: SCH' ion' Mentor 4 A. M. BRODMERKEL 'Wilkinsburg High School E llucntion NV.A.A. Pluyfluy Couuuittce 2, 3, 4, Y. W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 FLORENCE B-ROWN NVvst Pittston High School Education WA.A. 2, 3, 43 W.S.G.A. Rcprcscntutivo 2, 3, 4 .WWW u...lu-W.ummm. 11lV11ll..w.ul.lu..u 1nil111.111VH11.H111U111V111lnl11nl11In11lml1V..11W111H111H.111.-1l11.11l.Hl1.H111V.111H.ll1U.11N-1l11H111.H11l1.11l.Hl111.4111lll1lIH111yull1m1lml11W1llin11mllwlwllumu. 172 '"limilalaiiililiilliiilm' """'i , ,'lw.ll..l, l,Ml - li ll Q o R s II I Nl 1 H to SARA JANE BURK Now Kvnsiugton High School Erlucutiou B4-tn Sifllllll Omicron Give Club CLARA ALTHEA BUSKE l'c-ubody High School Erlucntion Kuppn Deltn Rockforcl College, Kuppn. Deltu, Vico- President, Rushing.: Gill1.il'lll!l.llQ Pun- hellvnic Council, Cloe Club Ii, 45 Y. YV.C.A. ll, 4, Sociul CiHl,il'IllIl.ll1 Pun- helln-uic lhwpresentutivo3 G-lee Club, Soviul Cilll,il'llHll1 3, 4, I'ublicil.y EDl'l'H FRENCH CAR1'ENTEwR lluvirl B. Oliva-1' High School Eflucntion Alpha Kuppu Alphu Pitt Lyceum 1, 2, 3, 4, Alplm Kumm Al- phu, 'l'1'eusu1's-1' 3, Presidont 43. Council for Ns-pgro Collvgre NVOIIIUII 1, 2, Choir- mnn of Huumu Relations Trips 4 MIFAIHRE D LOUISE CLARK Aspinwull High School Erluontion Deltu Zulu, Cwons l4'i'vsluuu,n Cluss Presiflc-nt 1, Chairman of i"0l'lllll 4, YV.C.E.L. 45 Scholastic Honors 3, Svllllll' 1ViC'lli201' 4 YE'l"l'A COHEN Wm-sting:,'housc High School Erlucutiou D1-lm Phi Epsilon, Gwvnsg Xyloug Mor- tm' liourll President of Delta Phi Epsilon 4, Pitt YVeekly 1, 2, 3, 4, Psmliellouicg Y.W. H,A.: Panther 1, 2, 8, NV.A.A. 2, ll, 43 Mm-flu, Senior Mentor, Cerluun Club JEAN FIJOWRENCE DAVIS Sehl-nley High School Education Chi Omega G14-e Club 1, 2: Y.W.C.A. 2, W.S.G.A., Pi'ope,1'tics Conuuittoo 2, Camdy Stand Conuuittec 1, 2, 3 . . .1 . .H .nun .n.w.. I.. W. I.. l..u...m ll.. .. .IIII.IIlmIInlIllinIIIinIIIinIll.HIIIiniinmII.HIll.HIIIlm,IIinIllHamlin-.iw-in l.aw.m..ll .m..lw.u .IIIII.IIIIIl.III.liIIinIIInlII-IIIIInIIInIIII-IIIll-IIInlIIinII-.1Iil.-manila.-uinIIIinIImlIIinIIIinIImiIIlmIII..IIIinIIIinIIIinIImm..-w.-alumanul mana ll I an I H H H ii u I ii uw an ROSE MAR I E I JE M ESTICHAS Carrick High School Erluontion IlI0l'i,ll-1' Bon.:-fl, Cwcns Prcsirlvnt of CWI-ns5 Quill Clull5 Pitkin Clnlr5 W.S.C.A.5 l?n,nln-llcnic Sl'll0lllll" ship Awn1'rl5 lVonu-n's Financial llonrfli Honorary Uslu-rg P1'0Slill'Ilh of W.S,C. A. 45 Stnclcnt Council5 Yulctirlo Fcu- tivalg Scniox' Ml-nto1'5 Scnior Ball Coni- inittccg Scnior Qui-on E L EA NOR NAU I IE l'lER,lll TTT Schculcy Higrh School Ezlncntion SA ILA JANE IJUNMIRE Sllowc High School Education Zora Tan Alpha5 Mortar Boarflg Cwons Y.W.C.A., Chairman of Inrlnstrial Com- inittco 25 Clniirnlan of Sooinl ConuniI.- tco 35 Customs Coxninittco 25 Stnflont, llonn-Connnilltcc 25 Zota 'Fon Alphn, Vl1Ti"l'l'l'Sifll'llt EI5 Junior Class Prcsi- rlont 35 Z4-lla 'Pau Alpha, ,l,1'0Sifl0I1lf 45 Scniol' Court 45 St'lli0l' Ncnllor 45 Hon- onary Cnptnin of R.O.'I'.C. 45 Prcsi- rlcnt's Council 4 MYRLE E. ELDER California Status T1-nclic1"s Collogc, Cali- forniu, Pa. Erlucution ESTHER KA'I'H RYN GARDNER Boswoll I'lig'h School Eflncntion Johnstown 04'l'li,l'1' Dramatic Club 125 W.A,A. 35' Nw-wspnpcr Stall' 25 Glcc Club 4 NE'I"l'lE GENSHEIMER Bcnvcr Collcgo Education Dolla Dclta Dclta Scnior Muntorg Vicc-Prvsiflcnt Dc-lta Dcltn Dclta Nimmo. ..lw.w.w .lw..u...l .ul...w... XVIIIMA K. GOFF xVlIIilllSllll'l'Q,' High School Education Bcta Simna Oniicrong Kappa Phi Sccrctnry of Rota Sigrnia Onlicron 3, 45 Clmplain of Kappa Phi 2, 115 Sa-o1'ctal'y of Kappa Phi -I5 XVonu-n's Glco Club Sl, 4 FRED GEORGE GRAFF' Stowe High School lflducntion Kappa Phi Kappa5 Scalllmrcl and Blade Band 1, 2, Il, 45 Orclicstra 3, 45 Kappa Phi Kappa, l'r4-sicll-nt RUTH lil ANE'l"l'A HAMILTON Homcstcad High School Ellucution Z4-In 'I'nn Alphng Cwonsg Mortar Board W.S.G.A. Customs Chain-num 25 Trcnsuror 3, Vico-Prcsirlont, 45 Glco Club 2, 45 Soph Hop 25 Junior 1'i-om 215 Panhol- Ionic Council 2, Il: Pnnlu-llonic Ball 35 Mortar Board, S4-cl-ct.a.ry -15 Scnior Mvntor ETHE L IIARIRIET HA NDICK Lnnpglcy High School Education Dclta Dcltn, lilclta HELEN HAUSEIR, Allcghl-ny High School Education Kappa Alpha Thi-tn5 Cwcns Class Vii'1"i?J'l'SIlll'llt: Clmirinnn Physical Education Cluh 35 1'it,kin Club ELIZABETH HEISS Altoona High School - Education B1-Ln Sigma Oniicron Vicc-P1'nsi4l1-nt 3, Social Chairman 45 Y.W.C.A. Social Chnirnian 15 U,S.C.A. Acnnlcmic Dress Connnittoo 45 Pan Holll-nic Council 35 Sigma Kappa Phi, -ViC1l'I,l'l'SIlIi'Yll2 45 Pi Lnlnhda Tll0ilIlQ Gorinan Clnh, Pri-siflont 35 Stnrlvnt Council 45 Scniox' Mcntor 4 niawinniwliwmm w.n.nw4mmm- nW.n,mw.mWm. 1.H11mmmniaiwmi 1mi1U-lim-widow 111.Hw.n,..n.v.in.n lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll i ,N it Illllillmlllllllllllllllllllll ii, S 1 ii ir-wi S E N I O R S N ' ,am..w,.i, .ii1111111Wii1H111in11i1H11V..111Hi1in111H1ii.H11at11,H11V..i11H,1iNii11.Nii1.i11i.1111.1111in1i1in11iV-11iH-i1ini111H111iniii1.1i11N.i1iniiiiui11at1iin1i11.1ii1..111ini11i.1111H1i11.411i.1n,..iw.,wnwn MADE LYN HILL Peabody High School Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Social Committee of W.S.G.A. MARCELLE A. V. HUSSER DOl'lll0Ht High School Education Sigma Kappa Phi RUTH E VANGELINE IAMS Washington 1-Iigh School Education S4-nior K4-y Chairman 43 Gi1'l's Golf Toam 1 OLIVE JOHNSON Grovc City High School Education D1-Ita Psi Kappag Beta Sigma Omicron NV.A.A. liaska-tball Captain, Activities Comniittcog Vice-l'rusidont, llolta Psi KIWIHI 2E Dancc Committco YV.A.A. 23 Sonior Muntorg W.S.G.A. Roprcsonta- tivo 4 MARY BELLE JORIJON Pitcairn lligh School Education Kappa 1'hig Gamma Phi Univoi-sity Orchestra 1, 2, Il, 45 Chairman of Social Ulllllllllltlilb Il, Classical Club, T1'l'fLHllY'l'l' Zi, Kappa .l'hi, Chairman of Rnligious Efforts JOHN HUGH KALLSTEIN Now Castle High School Education ii i i i T3 gi iz Ill iiii Wil, iiil it Q ' MARION FRANCE S KELLEY Schonloy High School Education 'l'hota Phi Alpha Thota Phi Alpha, Socrotary 4 MARGARET KLEIN Nanty-Glo High School Education Bota Sigma Omicron W.A.A. 1, 2, 8, 49 W.A.A., Manager and Board Mmnbor 43 W.S.G.A., Activitios Comniittoo, Beta Sigma Omicron, S0- rority Rush Captain and Wardong Jun- ior Collogo Varsity Basketball MARIE KOSRNMAN Roohostm' High School Education Pi Lambda Theta, Quax Qunx, Corresponding Socrotary 43 Math Club, Prom-iirloilt 4, Secretary 23 Senior Mentor, VVOIIIUHYS Debating Associa- tion, NV.S.G.A. Rcp1'ox-uzntativo 41 Moda RUTH KOZAK Cornopolis High School Education Gamma Pllig Cwonsg Quaxg Mortar Board Dobating Association, W.S.G.A. Ropro- ruentativo 3, 4, Trcasuror of Quax 43 Sonior Montorg Mortar Board, Panhol- Ionic Council RAYMOND E. KUHL Eric Acadomy Education Lambda Chi Alpha Socrotary of Lambda Chi Alpha 4 HE LENE KUHN Allvghuny High School, Cumborland, Md. Education Kappa llolta Panhq-llunic lheprci-iontativc: Prcsidcut Classical Club V E R S I T Y O I- P I T T S B U R G H HIIInlIII..III..IIII..IIInIII..II.HIII..III.IIII.IIIInIII.IIIW.,III.4Iuwn.wI..luI.Iw MA RGA RET SM I'I'H I'l'ri'y Hiprh Svhool I'lII.lIOILiI0ll flmnum l'hig Mvilu Group Finunm- flllllllllll-IMI' NV.A.A. lg r,IIl'l'I'tSll'l'4'l' iluuuuu Phi: W.S.G.A. Iit'1'll'i'SOIlIllI,tlVl5 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 A IIYS SOMA-IICRS Control lIig'h School, Cluvvlunil, Ohio I'lIIlH'ILtl0ll Alphu IM-lin Pi IIIl'4'ILHlI'l'l'!' Alpha Ili-lin, Pi 2, Pamllollc-nio 51lWl'l'Nt'l1lILiiN'l' 2, I,l'0SllIl'1lt Ag W.S. G IGOIIQG IC liunlcin High School Iill ucution Fw-slinmn Blu-ilu-tlmllg SO I3 IC IU Vnrsilzy Buskotbnll Il: Boxing 45 'Pi-nnis Squucl fl CHA IiillO'l"l'lC S'l'1LUI3l1lIJi I'l1'io Acurloniy Eduoution Eric Junior Colli-go Ql OSI'lL'H TATALA Stowu High School I'lrlucu.tion Fri-slunnn Ilfvnnis 1 IIILDA Avnlon High School Erlucntion Qunx W.A.A. Play Day TEJAN R,U'I'1I 'FII Ifl IS W1-stim:'liousu lliirh School lililuvution Kuppu l'hig M1-ilu IM-llowsllip Clbllllllilfillll' Y.W.C.A.g Wom0n's Ulm' fllub 1IlflIllflN 'l'lI,l'l'lNlll+lR. I'4-rry High School I'lIIlII'Il-fill!! liununn, Phig Quux W.A.A. 2, II. -Ig W.S.fl.A. R1-pwsi-litniivo 2, Il, -IQ Y.lY.il,A. Ll, Il, -l ANA S'I'A STA VONA Conm-llsvillv High School l'lclm'ution 'llhi-tn Alphn Phi Clussic-ul Cluh: W.S.G.A.g XVo1um-11's Glue Cluhg Y.W.C.A- JA NIC XVAIJVON Pi-nlmfly High Svhool I'l4luvution Knppu Alpha 'Flu-tn Tilt 1'ln,yv1's: Yulotirlv F4-stivnl Commit- Ll-.-g Sociul CIHIIPIIIII-Tl NV.A.A.g Rushing IIIIILIPIIIIHI Kuppn Alpha 'llliutu lILU'l'H YV l4lN'l'ZE ll Crufton High School IIIIIIICIIUIOTI B1-tu Siglllll Omiuron CIAICON J. NVINGARD Johnstown High School Plmlucntion Knppn Phi Koppel Johnstown Cuntm-Q Prosimli-nt of Sopho- more Clnss 2: Studi-nt Council 23 lhintlioi' Club, Circulation lilmmgor 1, 2 mwmwm mum WWW. W-my wmwmm WM mlwmumwnw- .. .. .H ... W ""'W""""W' illll W WWWW l N ln. M -M ll l ll ll l ll ln... s E N I o R s A "y " ' Q lllllll llMlllmllllllll ll .JIIUMIIIIII 1 l l l M llHlHmlm-nw-umm, lH.ll1WllH.ll1Wlly..l1lW11,H11lH.lH..11.W11H.111H.11W11V...11H.111.H11W111mlllW11W11lV.111ml11l.H11ml11HH11ml11H.ll1ml1lml11V..1l1.-.wmwwww.v .vlm.m..w..lw- .U ...W 1 ESTELLE NVOODS Commllsvillc High School Education W.A.A..Plnydny Committee 35 Trnnsurm' Phyz-ucnl Education Club 3, Pmsirlunt 4 P 178 Il I VVI IALTAM EDWARD YATES Lntrohu High School Education Kappa Phi Knppn iiniii-iiimiilimiiniimilimiilimii.iiimniiiiliiiiniiiiniii.iiii-uiimuiiiiniiiiniilimiiiniWiii.liiiiil-iii-liwwiiiimm 1iiiniiiiniitmliiniiii.liiiiniiWiiii.iw.mm.wii--i -iiii-iiiiimilim..iii.....w.w i....wi..-wil 1iiiii..imniiiiniiiimimniimmimiinwiimiumimiimuiii...ii...itimmniiiniiimiiimimyiiii..iimilitimiiimimmiiinimmiimniimmiii.wi...mi..w T S B U R G H UNIVERSITY or PIT mi--i i,..m...iii..i .mil it-.wi i..iiiumi...iiii..iiii...mil--w.-m-.mi imiiinm..wii..4ii-wii.i4i.Hiiiiniii..wi...im-iw.. E. A. HOLBROOK Dean of the Schools of lingineering and Mines To the Seniors: You will always remember that you graduated during an industrial depression. Wlieii I meet men who graduated in 1893 or in l907, they tell me too, that they graduated in a year of de- pression and of the difficulties they had in start- ing in their profession, yet in after years they have not suffered by comparison with men who graduated in more prosperous times. The start was harder, more persistence was necessary, but a few years eveued out the handicaps, and they reached their rightful level in the profession. 1 My plea to you individually is that if at the start the way is rough, keep up in your reading, keep neat and cheerfulg most of all keep busy at something so that when opportunity comes you will be fit for it. 179 S R. FRANK ALLISON Lntrolw High School Engins-1-ring HERBERT THEODORE ANDERSON Dovmont High School Engim-1-ring A.S.M.E., Viuv- Pre-sidont 4 ALFRED A. AURTEMMA Lincoln High School, Ja-rs:-y City, N. J. Enginm-ring ADAM M. BARKER Friends Higllm-r Els-ni. School, England: Bnrnurcl Custlv, England Enginvm-ring ROBERT 'PRUDGIAN BARNUM Curnl-gin High School Enginm-rim.: Sigmn 'llung Tlllllfll Alplm Phi Sigmn. Tun, T'1'1-sill:-ut 43 'Flu-tn Alphu. Phi. Vim-4--l'l'4-si4l4-lit 43 l'1-ppl-1' Prizm- C0llllllllll'1' 1, Ynlvtirlo F1-stivnl 4 JAMES li. BAXTER South Hills High School Civil Engineering Sigma Tun En im-1-1' Assouinlion "Pro ' ' E EQ , I . nsurer 4, n- ginvr-ring Cnhim-t R1-prl-m-iitntivug Cor- rosponflilll! S1-4fl'4-tory of Signm Tun -l. E N I O R S Y lll ll I .... E' l l l l, l Q.m.mL. A A. CLTFFORD BECKER Now Hxwcn High Schoo Conn. Civil Engrinooriiig l, Now Haven, G1-rnmn Club, 'I'1'a-:islam-1' Zig Cross-count.1'y, Mnnngor 1, 'l'i'nck Tvnui 1, Munngor 1 CLARE S'l'0'l'LlGiR B l'm-xllmomly High School Industrial Engiiivwiiig Chi:-f 2 l'llGI-ILEY MAURICE J. lSOl'1llEli l,illSlJlll'l.Z'll Acnrlc-my Minus Sigmn, Gumum Epsilon GORDON WALLACE lvillClTlSlJlll'1Z,' High School Minus - EDMOND CORNELIUS ISONHA M HREENE, JR. Tho Hill School, Pottstown, l'n. Mlm-s Dm-ltu. Tun De-lin., Simon 'I'nn, Sigma Gnmum Epsilon, Oniicron D1-lui Knppn Stluh-nt Council, 'll1'4'HNll rl-1' 43 Oil Sa Klux Association. View--l'rm-sirla-nt Il Simon Gnmnm Epsilon, l'1'1-siclm-nt 41 Sig- ma Tun, Vico- l'r4-side-nt XVHALIAM EARL' BU Onlcmont High School Enginooring Scahbhrd and Bindi- -l SU Y EAGE R H.it11i.1iH-U111111Hni111.NH1.1111it1H11Vi1iH1H1it1i1H1H1..111inH11N111.iiHini111.iHi.11i1inH1U11iii.H11..1iH.Hiii...wil-wi.1m..1m mmm.-wi ViHin111inH1ini1H.it111111ii.1w.,,,w.Hmmw.. iti1111i.i111iini1111ini111in1i11in11i1iW1i11ini111im1i11..,1111.H,iiini111.Hii.H11i1ii1111ini1i1-.11iin111H-1i11--111im1in1i1i..i111.i11ii.N1m.mi..w..wi.,wH .,wW,.., H.mm.1wi i.,m.wwWiwmi vensnrv OF Pniissukcsl-I WTLLIAM G. CALLER llrI15Iil'1'SD0l't High School Mines ROBERT ADDTSON CAMPBELL, JR. Suhonloy High School Enginor-ring Delta Sigma Phi Appronticu Football Mmln.,f:1-r 1, 2 ALEXANDER S. CHALFANT Wilkinsbnrg High School Industrial Enginom-ring Delta. Tun Doltn AllH'l'lC!t1l lK'Izm1ir1,g'oix11-lit Association JAMES G. CHALFANT Wilkinshnrg High School Chvmicnl Enprinvvring DL-ltn. Tun Uoltn, Froshnmn Y Cabins-tg Upper Clnssmnn Advisor 4 HOMICR COLLINS Suhonlvy High Svhool Enginum-ring N Colin-mboln, Cluhg AHSiNtIliIlt Production liinnngur, Pitt l'lny1-ru 2. 3 FRANK E, COSTANZO WV00lS High School, Stuulu-nvillm-, Ohio Enginuoring ALLAN A RCTTTBALD CURRWI Amznxls-lily High School, Eric, Pvnnn. lCloct1'iun,l l'lll,LZ'llH't'l'll1g' Dm-ltn, Knplm: Sigma 'llnug 'Flu-tn, Alphn Phi Pitt Rifli-S, Sovrolnry und 'l'rc-ilsllrm-rg Pitt l'ln,y4-rsg R.0.'l'U, Niih- 'l'1-ning Vnrsity Rifle Sqnml: ,l4ll'4'NlllllIl1l C0llllllll,tl'1', Erin Contai- ALLEN li. DIVERS Swissvnlo High S4-hool Engim-1-ring 'I'h4-tn. D1'liI1- Psi Bond 1, 2, 45 Junior Prom Committee: Cam null Gown Si. 43 Umlvrgrutlunitv Cup nnfl Gown Chili ALLAN EAl"l4'Y Suhr-nlvy High Svhool Flngrim-u1'im: Phi Lnmbmln, Upsilon Cup nnil Gown 1. 2. Il ALPTTONSO J. FAZTO All:-glu-ny Tligh School Mins-s A SS.'l'.g S1-hool of Minus. Socinl Chnil .num 45 H114-:ilu-i's Uomlnith-v Zi GICNIC GAIJDICSS Oil City Higrh Svhool Mini-s Simon, Alpha Epsilon: Sigmn, fiaumn Iipsiion CLA li ICNCIG ICWTNG GA R NN Now Briglmion lligh Sc-hool Civil Ell,LflIlt'K'l'lllQ' l.o..m.,m ,..m..m.w ,.o..w..m ..W.m..H m.w.,.w..W...l m...m..W l MIIllIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Wm Wu V 'll,1'1p.l , S E N I O R S A " ...m..o...imimic.. no1V..11nm1Wl1WHlH.11H.lllV.l11nlW11mlll.lll1V..1ll.f.1lV..1HW1lnl1llul11V..111no1V..11H.H111.1lW.,ll.HlW11U.lHV..1ll...ll1.H11no1moo-llw.mww EVE RE'T'l' CHARLES G l RTY Etnn High School lllngyim-1-ring CHARLES BURNS GUMP, JR. WVosl,inglmuso High School Industrial Engim-wing.: IGMMY LOU IIAliLlGlll 'l'hu rston Prop. Inrlustriail lllnginccring Knplm Knppu Umnnmg Thi-tn Alphn Phi, Qnux Pitt l'l11yc-rs 2, fl, 4, S4-crm-tory Il, 4 Quux, l.,l'0Sifl1'Ht Aly Juntn J l'I ROM Ill DANIEL I'IlCIBl'Il1 Acmli-my Iligh School, Eric l'll1l0l.l'll51l,l Enginccring Signm 'l'nn Pitt l'luy1-rs R0l5l'1R'l' FRIQIJHRICK IIOUUIC Tho l'4-flmlio School lllovlmnicul Engineering Phi IM-ltn Tln-Lu.: Scnhlmrrl und llllllll! llrum Major of linnll 1, 25 Rifh- Tcum 4, Junior Prom 25 IGIIMUND MARTIN HORONVICZ Orclmrll linkc High School, Mich. l'lnL!im-1-i'in1: Conrnd Clulmg Boxing 'IH-um wllll l""'l Nl . ll lilo lil ll ll' l JAM MS IWRANC l'S IIUBHA Rh lirurlford High School Mm-cllmlicnl ,l'lll1.'L'lllll0l'lIlg Hnxnnln lloltu Upsilon CHARIAIGS LAN l'l HUNT Gro:-nslnn'g High School Mvclmnicul lllnpzim-1-ring 'l'hotn. Dolm Psi, Scnlmlmrrl und Bllulo Military Bull Connnittoo Ii, 4 DAVID LAWRICN CE IIU'l"l'lNG ICR Duquesne U. Prop. Civil Enginvoring RUSSE lill GILSON JOHN ldflpfvwoorl High School Civil Enx.:im-oring JR. A.S.C.lU., Vico-Prcsirlunt QROBE R'l' li. JOHNSTON lla-llvvuo High School lqllll'lYll'lEl'l!lLL' Scuhlmrrl unrl lillllllb linnrl 1, 2, 3, fl, Miliinry llnll Oommittoo WIIALIAM U. JOHNSTON, JR. Dormont High School Gln-lnicul l'l1i1.:ivlcm'im.: Siunm Alplm lllpsilon l'lllL.ClIlI'4'l'lll1.Z' Cnhins-I, fig Y.M.C.A. 1, 2: Hlglllll Alphu lflpuilon, C0l'l'4'SIl0llfll'lll, Il, Rccorilov il, V.1c4--l'1'1-Nilloiit 43 Intcrfrai- 1,1-rnity Council fl iiiuliiuwuno-.wi..u.-u num umm-.ui 1iiinii1in11iniiiin11ani11..iii1..111wa1iin11myiiin1i1iniiiiui1muumm.-ummm 11im11...11ii..11lu11-..i1in1i1...11ml11iin11in111in1U..11i..i11.ii111it1iat1111in11ii..11mn11im1i1.Hiian111H..11umWann..-ui. R G H UNIVERSITY OF Purisau HARRY MacDONALD JONES Wilkinnhurg High School Industrial Engincc-ring R.0.'l'.C. FRANKLIN A. KALLFELZ R1-ynoldsvillo High l'4ll1.2'llll'l'X'lllH ll!'l1i1lH: Tlu-ta Alphi Phi: Kappa Sigma: Scuhhurd and liladcg Pi Beta, Oxnicron .IN-lta Kappa Pitt Wm-kly Advortising Solicitor 13 Assistant. C0lllDl.l'0ll1!1' 1g Advertising: lllflllllllkll' 2g Bu:-iinoss Manager 33 Ext-cutivo Board 45. Cadct Captain, Pitt R.O.'l'.C.: Cliartcr llltlllllllll' Alll0'l'i' can Managoincnt Ai-1:-zocimiong Studont Council Cl, 4, Cllllilflllllll of Stutlont Ro- lationu Connnittuc 4, Assolnbly Com- Iulttco 45 llancc Ccniniittcos, Yulotidc Festival Il, 4, Military Ball 2, 3, Sophomore Hop 23 Pitt Playors, 'Fuch- mcal Staff 1: "l'l'0lLBllI'G1' 23 Vicc-Prosi- dont of tho Frcslnnan Class: Pitt Pan- thor, Auditor 33 Assistant Baskot Ball Mllfmlrm' 13 Pitt Frcslnnan Handbook, Businvss Managror 1, 2, Chairman 8: Chairman Scnior Ring Conunittco 43 iiflgvrtisiixpg Managor Pitt Razz Rag . .3 JOHN M. KAMENAR Fuii-1'1ort I-Iarbor High School Chcmical Engincorim: Scuhbard and Bladog Alpha Chi Sigma A.T.C.E., President 43 Enginooring Asso- ,ciu.tion, Vicc-Prosidontg Military Ball 3, 4: Yulotiflc Eostival 45 S1-nior Prizc Award :lg R.llDl'1'HOIltIl.tlVIl of 1933 glass to Enginm-ring: Alumni Associa- 1071 HAROLD E. KENNEDY Sucrcd TT4-art High School Engrim-1-ring Scalrlmrd and Blade Mvn's Gloo Club 3, 4: President Chomi- cal Enpylnc-4-i'ing.: Socioty 45 Pitt Riflcs 3. 43 A.T. Ch. E. 8, 4 JOHN ADATR. KNOX Pvuhody High School Civil Engincorinp: A-S-0-E., Sccrcl.ary CHARLE S B. LARGE Willcinslmlnrg High School Engincl-1-ing.: JOSEPH EUGENE LINDSAY Adams High School, St. Michael, Pcnna Chmnical Enginooring Slglllll. 'Fang Phi Lambda Upsilon llund Il, Nowinan Club -iq A.I.C.E. 1, 2 Zi, 43 Track 1, 2, 3 WENDELL L. LONGSTRETH Warwood High School. Whcoling, Va. A1-1'onantion.l Engrincm-ring Kappa Alpha PAUL L. LUMNITZER Johnstown High School Electrical Enginovring Sigma Tau A.I.E.E. HARRY GREG OR MacGREGOR. 131-n Avon High School Enginccring JOHN F. McCLENAHEN R1-odsvillo High School Elm-ctrical Enginocring Sigma Tau CHARLES ERANKLTN MCCLURG Lnnglor Hiirll School Eluctrical Enginccring A.I.E.E. MIME' ,iii 'lllllllllqmllllllillllil' H gig.,iiyniiniuiiiiiiii s E N I o R s ii A ii M"iillil"ii"i i 411W.,i...11...H11.1i11.1,mi11i.i1Hin111NHii.ii1.1iiiN111.11wwi1.ii1uw1...1i1.4H1H111H.Hi1.i111.11iinHH.11i1.iiiin11iH.H11.11iuwi.-.1iH.H11.iiiWH111.1iHmi1iii.H1H.i1inH11yi1imwiwwm.w JAMES C. Mi-CORMTCK, Jr. Knoxvilln Union High School Inclnstrinl l'll'lQ'llll'l'l'lllg Pitt Plnyvrs 1, 2, il, 4 'l'1l0iilAS F. M4-Uilill Holy Rosnry High Svhool Minus .L'hi Dultn. 'Pham RICHARD L. Mull.AVY Wilkinshnrg High School l'lllglYl4'l'l'iIlg' Ama-ricnn Society of Moclnmicul and Avronnntiunl Eng'inooi'in5.5 4 WILLTAM THOMAS McKEON Crnfton High School Engincoring Sigmn, Tun Ext-cntivo Coinmittc-if of Aniorionn So- uir-ty of Clllllllllilll lqllLIlll4'01'S fi ALBERT O. MUQUINN NVQ-Ntirigliollsc High Si-hool M4-ulmnicnl Enginvi-ring Frm-shnmn Swimming 'l'1-nm A. HERMAN MANGUSO Angola High School nnrl Bnffnlo 'i'z-clini- cnl High School Eiiprinvc-1'im.: Tin-tn, Chi: Simon Tun A.I,E.E.p Pitt Rifli-N Ai .:i"'1"i"M-igg'r' ii il w ll. i i l I i .ii will ia i N iwhl W Ahh' ' , ,,,,,,, , Ullllwllillllllllllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll FRANK B. MARWOOD Rocky Grovo lliirh School, Franklin, Pu. School of Mini-H D4-lm 'Pun D1-lm Sophonioro Hop COlllllllLlI'l'Q Si-nior Bull Uoniniim-ug Ds-Ita 'Pun Dvltn, House hlllllllJl'l'l' und 'lll'1'IlSllI'l'l' fig Proxi- flc-nt l'm-trolm-nm R1-lining 4 ELLIOTT NVALKER MASON Cl'llfl.0ll High School Enginm-m'ing Sigmn, 'llnn A.S.M.E. VYOTOR E. MATTESON Cal.ri'iclc High School 'Indus-itrin,l Emrinoa-ring: 1'liiKu1wpug Drniclsq Scnhinml nncl Blndog Siprnm Tun lIllKll'l'f.l'l'll.llll3lill' Clnh of Cup und Gown 13, 49 Allll'l'llHl.ll Mm1:n.:vlm-nt Association 3, 45 Owl SI.n.iT 1, 23 Assiainnt Photo- prmpllio Erlilol' Il, l,ll0lf0f.fl'Il.llllll5 Editor 4: Cup nnrl Gown l, 2, Assistant Busi- noi-is 1Wll.l1IL1J,'I'l' 3, Bnsim-Hs lwIlllRgI'l' fig Chnirmnn Ynlotirlo F1-ntivnl Committee 4: Militu,1'y Bull Oommittvu Si, 45 All Univn-1'sit.y Dnnco COllllllll.l1'l' L13 S4'lllOl' llnll -lg ANSf'llllllil'S COllIlilll.l.1'1' 43 Pitt Rilh-N 8, 45 Cnflvt Oxiptnin lintt.n1'y l", R,O.'T'.C. 43 Puntlioi' Stnfli 1, Nuwmnn Clnh 1 HOWARD W. MORGAN Nunticolue Tli1.:'h School Ms-ulinniunl lillprilmm-1'ilig.: JOHN PARK MUHLU ETZLER Olivm' High School l+Ini.:im-vring DEAN J. NA'l'A Ll Elimih.-til High School Enygim-1-ring.: S1-cond'liivlltvnnnt Svnizlmwl nml lilnrlo 43 Military liull C0llllllll.l4'4' -I UNI H., ...limf.4W.4.li..w.., ..i.....w.., W., l..w.W... ,.WW...l ml... lN.,W..lw..l.....ll.... .u.W.Ww., .W ,...,,.............. .... .H...,.............,,.. ...................., . .. . vsnslrv or PITTSBURGH ROBERT XVTLLTAM O ' NEAL Ilonn-st:-ml High School Tmlnxtrinl Engim-1-ring D1-ltn 'l'un Doltn Pill. Plnyvrs 1, 25 A.M.A. Sr-orotzwy und 'l'1'c-llslniw-1'3 Cup und Gown 2 KARL HENRY' PEAR SON Mnnhnll High School Mvclmniunl Em,:im-oring Phi Gnnnnn llvltn Pitt Players 2: Junior Ml-lnln-1' Anwricnn Soc-ix-ty of Mm-olmnicnl .l'ill1Iil'I0l'1'S PAUL F. PHE LAN A114-gln-ny High School Engim-M'ing Signm 'Fun A.S.O.E., 1'l'1'Hlllt'Ilt 4 J ULTAN NELSON ,l'llElil'S P1-nhorly High School Cllvlllliilll Enginuul-ing GEORGE .l. POWELL Borlforfl High Schoolg Cnlvorl Military Acndl-my EIllIlll1'01'iTlI.2' .l'hi Gnnnnu, llvltu: Scnlllnuwl nnrl Bliulo Riflo Sqnaul 1: Military Bnnll Comnlittvv 3, -lg Cnptnin Sculrlmrll nml lllnllo 4: Ann-ricnn Mnmnrvnn-nt Association 41 Qnhinot iilvlnlivr Emrini-wing' Ansooin- tlon 43 Pitt liiiivn, Cnptnin ll, 4 l:'liEDElRICK EIJXYIN REIBER Plvnsnntville- High School, Now Jorsvy Enginuoring Sunblmrrl und Blaulo, Cup :md Gown Ll. 45 A.I.E.E., Vico-Clmirinnn -1 UIIARLES A. RIl'KAliAUG1I Altoona 'lligh School Ulu-xnicul l'illgIlll1'l'l'ilILf JAM ES W ll E E LEE ROQUE llc-llovnv High Sshool Minus Sigrnln Gnnnnn Epsilon Slglllll, Gnnnnu Epsilon, Sn-a'i'm-fury 'l'1'vns- lm-1' -I: Oil und Gus Sovia-ty, l'1'4-siclmlt -3, -lg School of Mins-s, Prm-sitlvnt 3, 4 llAVl ll W. SAWYER Pl-nbozly High School Minvs Phi Um-ilu '1'hm-tn: Slpflllll. Unnnnn Epsilon S,.,-rf-lu1'y of Phi lh-lm 'Flu-tn: Vico-l'rosi- ch-nt of Slllllllll filllllllllll lupsilong Mon's Chorus: Cup nnd Gown J! KARL 0. SCIILEN'l'NE'R Alrlin-vs Rom-las lIig:h School l'illglll1't'l'lllg sigma 'Full A.S.M.l'I. JAM ES 11. SUIIMALZ l'n1'1'y lllgh School xlt'i'lIlllll4'lll l'Ingim-vring AlilSl'lli'l' SUIIWARTZ Lincoln High Sm-hool, .lm-rsoy Oily, N. J. l'iIlg'lll0K'l'illLl' iiiiiwiiiiiiiiii "ii13iii'i iii N ii 1"i'i'ii'kj 1 . , i i 1 WI N1mlwmmueaw LLOYD DE WAINE SHE LKEY Uniontown High School Civil Engineering Uniontown Center CHARLES P. SI-IOWALTER Duquesne University High School Engineering DANIEL NV. SMITH Wilkinshnrg High School Engineering Delta Tau Delta Freshman Football 11 Vice-President of Interfraternity Council 4, President, Delta Tan Delta 43 Chairman Interfre- ternity Ball 45 Chairman Senior Week 4 STANLEY GEORGE SMITH Lincoln High School, Ellwood City, Pu. Electrical Engineering Geneva College lg A.I.E.E. DONALD S. SPEER Crafton High School Engineering A.I.E.E. ARTHUR RUTHLEIJGE SPENCER, JR. Dol-mont High School Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. m11mlHin11ian1uli1V..Hmeianfa1Ninnu11nm1meme1ml1vm1in11an1mi1an11ml1NmeimiNme1mliHin11mlH1at11.1H11imemeiW..11H-1Hvm11anwwmlemlw a a in a a i 1, ,mu Nil? vii! ii 1' ii' ' iii i gi iii it on " I". f it QW ,ii or fmfifi JOSEPH RICHARD TI-IEURER Schenley High School Mines Delta Tau Delta HERMAN G. URBACH Carnegie High School Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma, President. 4 JOHN URBANEK David B. Oliver High School Electrical Engineering JOHN H. VINANTE Oalunont High School Mines XVILLTAM YVALTEIR Johnstown High School Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau JOHN RICHARD NVILSON NVilkinsbnrg High School Industrial Engineering Phi Gamma Delta American.Management Association, Presi- dent 4 UNIVERSITY or P111 ww-mm W1W-.4m.wm-w.-mm111-1wmw..w..1m-H 1.-W.-W ww .w.4m.,w RAYMOND 0. WINGETT W nshington High School l'll1glllL'I'l'lllf.f BERT VVOIJFE WOODBURN, JR.. C4-ntrul High School, Erio, Pu. lCllg'l!ll'0l'lYlg Sigma Tun A.S.O.E. S B U R G H J. DAVIS YOUNG Corvick High School Enginooring 'Thotn Alphn Phi A.I.E.l'J.g Pitt Players, T4-chnicnl Mun- ngorg Cup mul Gowng Yulutido Fvstivul Il, 4, Engimforing Cubinot 33 A.I.E.E., 1'1'osiclont ROl3l'1R'l' REED YOUNG liollovuo High School l'lllf,Z'lIl00l'lllg Knppn Signm' Cup amd Gown 1, 2, 3, 43 Cup nnrl Gown Club, Soon-tnry lj, 43 Kulppn Sigma. .Prosicls-nt Intl-rfrnl,v1'nity Council, Soc- romry 4 g Amr-1'iurm 1l1ll1!lllgC'l1ll"lll2 Association 1 12 Il, 4, P1'0f,Il'lllll Choir- maul 43 Frosllnuiu Counss-lor 43 Spring l"oStivul lmmzu Il' Ynluliclo Fostivul Dnmzo fig Ulu-or Lululcl' 4 uullliiqlllllllillllllllllllllli' W lll 1 llll l ll ill 1Hil11Hi111.lll1Vl.111.li111ni1111.11111.11wwimlimliwHi11l1.illlHlllinlll,.lw..w..iw-ml., .lm..W.llWm..lm.. .Wmlllll11.1l1ni1111.-111H.111H.1llHllllHlll1V-111lV.1l111l111lHl111.l11lVll1lWllwW.w,.w. -in 5 E N I 0 R S l l llll llllllllll C. LIQONARD O'CoNN1':1.1. Dam of the Sclwol of Plzarmacy To fha Seniors: The formal prepzirzltion for your lifeis work now ends. Actual work in the held for which you prepared yourselves begins. Conditions in all Helds have tended to make our economic scheme highly competitive. There will he 21 compelling demand that you develop your abilities to the highest degree, if you desire even at fair measure of success. Your progress in the future will he dependent upon your present equipment and the manner in which you apply yourselves to your field of endeavor. I wish for you wide opportunity for real service and whatever of success you may merit, 188 'll IM ll l y VW, , ll lllyy yyyy , ,M ll :wifi ' Qi.HlW"l HInIII.IIHI1.IIII-III..IIIHIUInIIIHIIII..IIWIII.III-.UIII.IIH.HIIMIH.UIIIHIII.HIIIInIHInIImyHI.1IIIInIII.IIII.-HII.1IIHH.III,HHI.HIII..I...III..-ml-ww-m+i.Iw I.IIIIIIIII..IIIIV.IIII.IIIIIIIIII..I,,..w...w.,w..w, m..,m IIIII..IIII..IIIII-.IIIII.IIIIII.IIIIW.III...III...IIII.NIIII-IIIII.HII...Hw.w...w..wI..1I I....IT...IIIH..II...II...IIH..II...III..IIimIN..IIN.III...II.-.III.HIIU.,II...III..III...II...HII...HII...IIII...IIII...IN...III...w...w.mw...w.. N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H XV. E. CONTES l'llm'mncy lluSullc Instituto, Cumln-rlunrl, Mnrylnnd lfl. C. IJEIZONE l'lnu'mncy Clnirton High School J. NV. FLOCK Plmrnmcy 'l'aLyl01'Htown High School JP. I-I. GEER Plmrnmcy Wlimwilll' Iiil-Yll School, Now York. N. Y. H. ORR l'Iun'lnncy Al'mst.1'ongE High School, Pliilmlclplmin, I' Onu-wi Psi Phi E. WILLIAM REESE l'hn1'mncy lirurlclock lligh School .TOHAN TIIEIL I'lnn1'nmcy lnl.m.:ls-y High School Phi Dcltn Chi J. li. WALTON l'hn1'nmcy Now Umnhcrlunrl High School, XVI-st Vin., , w 1, N! 1' x N uw, X M 1 ww X W, , , W' N' 1 ,W,...H...,,...w....,m..W..fwm,..,W,fWfW.w..mmWmmy1...11....m..,....,....u.....,....m.........,...,......,,........,........- W I I I w W N 1 I ' X W N W N -uumlm-lm.mmmumfmmmmm.mw1wwHInmmmwnwmmmmmm..um-mmmfm...4..u...u..u..uwHHunm.........m.vH..w..m.mm wwwWww...mmUmmm.mmm..m..w1mymm1m1fm..mmmmy11NuIINI1I.1nfIIu1IIN1II4.11IIN11IIN11IIv11IIIvIIIn111II.11IIIv11II.11II.11....--muumun-mmul- , , . .Mmmmm.w...mM-.......Mm.m......w..w...m. .......w... .............m... ......m........,..... ...........m.....,...... ...mmf...u..u-M-,w....v....vMm-.-W-..w..wmm H..nmmy,...mm..umy-mnmv.mnmm-Immunmmm-Imfmmmnmnmnumm.mm..m.m.1um.m..wm.....-.un Mu ww ww N. 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J 1 ,V 4 5. iq fx W, '-,J '- - 4 P .- 'HW lj'jl1l!liii"i!jii!'1:.,ji'1!'ijLillNli i ji Ni MN Q . ,ii , ln ' F R A T E R N l T I E S ill ill'l!iIllH'l1l i.mmimiiimii...iii.miiumiiniimuiiiiiinmmili.imiimiumimiiin-4imi.mumuinmimiviinui.iinmmyimmmiiiiiiiiiniiii..iiiniimiliii.iimiiimiiinimumuiiW.imwwinmiimiiiimmimwii.iw-.viii,mmiiiumiiimuumummiiiinwillml.iuiiiumn-mmm--iw-ii im-im WALTER ROME Assistant Dean of Men To the Seniors: September 16, 1929. On that date you, as a, freshman entered the University. You were shy, strange, wide-eyed, you had entered the land of your dreams where adventure and the achieve- ment of full life were to be found. June 7, 1933. Four years have passed and with the years have come hardships, disappoint- ments, dissatisfaction, and happiness, fun, friend- ships, and the joy of achievement, Co1mucm'e- ment-and so the curtain falls. lt has been my privilege to sit in the audience and enjoy your performance. 1 have watched your progress, shared your joys and sorrows, en- joyed your fellowship and friendship. In the years that lie ahead you will quite often recall your University experiences. I hope you will also remember your University friends and that you will drop around occasionally to talk over "those good old days" and encourage those who are carrying on in your, place. 194 j' iilj!! l llmllmmllrll lil jj ll i lj l lj l -l 1 il, ,Qli.llii1ljlMlui 1 j . , in 1 imiiiii -mil lun W ., K Xiu! ,dx Y . xi!!! Jiwlxlw iim Q A ' M ii M in Mil li ii N ii H i i ii N iii HM iiiiii i U W i iii' QiiiiiiiiiWWWWWWWWWWWW i ii Wi WW WiiwWWHWWWWitiiiiiiiiiiWNWiiiiiiUiiiiiiliitwiiWiUiV3EiiYiiWiiWiikiikiiiiW iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Social Fraternities Illllllllulmlnllllllmlllllllllllll V "'ll2:::mui-rtim::::nlllll V llnlliililllnllwlllllllllmll l ' R A A o t ll - ll A ii "" a lp, gill xl i-trim nllli,,lIiNlliq ' ll ii' il,,4 in F R A T E R N I T I E s , Il.,. plllfllllll ...lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllll First Row: P. Aclouizio, Pingitoru, Torcliizi., Yziccino Second Row: J. Aclonizio, Pcrlino, Honnvitn. Pugiu, Roscto Third Row: Esposito, Nicholas, Acri WUMQ 9 im , 2' M4 gi OFFICERS l'l4:'l'iiic l'lNlll'l'0Rli . . ............ ....... l ,1'l'.Yl'liL'Ill I llCNRY 'I'oucu1.x ... ... l'ic'i'-l'1'r.vi1lwz! h'l.lClIAlEI, Vixcclxo . .. ....... .S'cc1'clzn'y l'A'I'RlCK AIIKDNIZIIJ ......... ........ 7 i7'C'll.S'1H'tJl' Die. l"ici,lc'lc A. Ro'roNn.xno ... .., ... llllflllljl .fldviscr Alpha l'hi Ucltzi, national non-scctzwiiui social lrutcruity was lounclcrl in IQTZ :it Syracuse University. lt lms uxpzuulccl until, :ll thc present tiinc, it cm- brziccs twenty-ninc clizipturs throughout thc Uuitotl States. Before its uu- tionul uflilizitimi, the prcscnt Nu Cliuptcr of Alpha Phi Delta was known as Lznnbclu Mu Nu lfrutcrnity. The :rims of the orgzinizzitiou, implicitly in- still:-cl in catch ln'othr'r, nrt: thc lostcring ol :L high stzuulztrcl of scliolzirsliip nnrl thc IJI'l'l-t'Cllllj.f of imlivicluzil lr,':1clci'sl1ip :intl Iinc moral clizwzictcr. The un- tiunnl pulilicution of Alpha l'hi llcltn is thc Klvos. The umgnzinc of thc Nu Chapter incurs the nzimc Tlzv Nu Nu,c.c0!tc. The fraternity colors are purple and Whitc. Ofliccrs: P. Arlonizio, Pingitoru, '1'orchin, Yncciuo 196 ALPHA PHI DELTA mum. . A .. 11 A fu .4J1vu.1ml.111...J...HH...1rm.1umJrm1rm1nn-JmunmJml.1vm.1H..11.....H...Jnmnm1H...1U...JJ...JJH...JH...JJW1W.1Jmu1...U11...1muJJ.vw1.vm11vuJJN--11---1J1vu-1J-1-mmm-H-A--.W-.J 1nm1...w...,,....,,....,.....,...,....,,,...,,....,....,,,...,, ....1,...H,...m1mm11...H1mm1N---41-umum.J1...UJ...H1JH...JJ....JJ.....J.....J.....J...H.um,M.,,,-..,,....J....JN..H....m...m..A.1. UNIVERSITY OF Purrsauk NU CHAPTER DR. CHARLIZS J. BARONIE A1.mcuT Eslfosrro Gnomzla GAMIQETIESE JAMES LAMmcxm CuAm,Es CAuME1.1.A EDWARD PUGIA JOHN MICHELE OI.IVEli ACRI EMU. BoNAv1'1'A AL FERRARO FACULTY M EM I-2 If RS SENIORS JUNIORS SOPI-IOMORES M ICHAEI. YACCINO PLEDGES JOHN AHNGEROSA 197 P. Ro'r0NuAR0 JOSEPH CDRSINI FRANK COSTANZO 1'1c'rm P1Nu1'roRE JOHN NTARINARO Al.1:xANmsu PERLINO HENIW 'I'olccH1A ALFRED FLORA EDNVARD NICKOLAS SAM Muslco iiliil , il Tiiiii V F R A T E R N I T I 5 5 hiiiilihiliiiwin-li. ll . 'Wi 1,f.,t Row: Follgmgbec, O'Nenl,lMarwoo5l, Hembert, Grove, Smith, Schrader, A. Chalfant, Lindsay, Johnston, Weber Second Row: McIntyre, Bnskirk, Davis, Haller, Theurer, Alleroft, Greene, Willison, Chalfant, Meacham, Sloan, Pigott, Harvey Third Row: Stroyd, Erickson, Hogan, Hoke, Stoll, Hackensmith, Edgar, Morewood, McCluskey, Shelton, Eberts, Hollingsworth, McFarland I'ourthRow: Collins, Wiley, Baker, Wilkins, Stotler, Elster, Turner, Jones, Kiger, Hamilton ieXTAn ,,-,,, ,sawn-A OFFICERS DANIPII, SMITH . . ............. ...... I 'resident JOHN GROVE ....... Vice-President THOMAS LINDSAY ............... Secretary FRANK MARWOOO . . . ......... ....... T rearurer FRANK HEMHERT ........ . . . Co1're.rpo11ding Secretary -MAJOR O. H. SCHRAIIIER ...................... liacully .fldvisaaf Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College, West Virginia, in 18585 but the adoption of the ritual, badge, and constitution did not occur until 1859. There are seventy-six chapters in the national fraternity. The Pitts- burgh Chapter was established at the Western University of Pennsylvania in 1864 but later became IIIHCUVC. In IQI4 Alpha Alpha, a local, became Gamma Sigma of Delta Tau Delta. The objective of the fraternity is to contribute to the young men within her sphere of influence a moral, spiritual, and social development commensurate with the intellectual training supplied by the colleges and universities. The Rainbow is the official organ of the fraternity. Lindsay, Heinbert, Sllliiill, Major Seliriuler, G1'0VI!,Nill.l'W001i, Clmlfnnt 198 DELTA TAU DELTA .w..w..m -..H....I.... ...Iv .Wm-..I U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H www I mu In I .mm.ww.4w.. H..1mw..- w..w.-wllmn mwm..m .m..w..w W-.4w..1 mm. w.m..m W..wm.I I.wI..4w-.W..4 -W-.m...I wmw...H ...lm ...w,mm. .m..w..y --.mI..m. m..m..w. I..m..w.. m.1m.mI X'VII.I.IAIXI SCIINI-IIIII-IR jimi-:s Clm1.1fAN'r SICNIORS IQUIII'IIi'I' LIUII Ns'1'nN Xfll,1.l.'x M l+'os.u..x Nam-:I-1 Al.lcx.'xN1uf:1e CllA1.1f.'xN'1' Iilmmomm IIRICICNIC IXRTII ru Cl I ARI.IiHXVOR'I'II I9xe.x N Ii M Alewuon Kms:-im' UNI-ill. IJ, IUNIORS JOHN Glcovlc I.1cRoY Elucrcscm X'VII.I,lAiXI I'1c:o'r'r CIIARI.ICS IlAla'l'W1r: MARSJIAI. ISAKIQR ROIII'IR'l' lJAv1s ROIEICRT ARTIIIFR S'rl:ovn Lfl1Aul.lcs AI.I.ClIOI"'I' R0l5I'IR'I' S'I'OI,I. Ifluflmxslalclq limi-in VAUGIIAN 5IlICI.'I'UN Cl.l1:M11:N'1' IZUGAR fir-tmmlc IIA 1XIII,'l'ON Rolxliwl' IIoc:AN bl. IXI. ,l'Io1.l.lNmaswoxvrlr 'l'lmm,xs LINHSAY ITMNIQ I'II'1MIII'IR'l' I':l.MliR NICINTYRIS SOPI IOMORIES IQIIWIN I'IIIICR'I'S Iimvfxun Iflmila MCIFAIQIANII IVRICSI IMIEN X'vII.I.IAM Col,1.1Ns 1XleNm.n lim-:lcN1c 'I'lll-:mama-1 Mcmmcllmlm I Il-:Nw I I,x1.l.l':u 'I'T.1'II'bGI2S CTI .xv S'I'U'I"I4I.IiR X'VII4I.IAN McCn.1:slu-xv ICNII, IVIIQACIIMI Noun-:le'l' NlcI,1,l'le14: ID.-xml-tx. Rl4:1m.1-: ii-, f I GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER 199 IHWI, I.x'oNs DIOSI-Il'll SAII'l'Il RICIIARII 7l'1l14:mu-in Rlcllfxlum Rfxxvr: x-Nu-11. SM ITH C. Cmusw JONES Rom-tm' W11.l.lsuN CIIARLICS Wim-:Y NICIIARII SLOANIC SCO'I"I' 'I'uR1N1cR I.IC!-XLIIC WILKINS Clmmlas I',I.5'IIC VV11.r,1.xm QIIAIWIQY lu1lN M. Wm-:R If'u.'xN14l.lN IIUCIiI'NSMI'l'lI RIiI!IiR'I' RIORAN Wlmmm IV1opz.'xN Nfxvllclc IIICPIBURN Hamm.:-:s I'IllClIl'3R Ml lll l WWWWWW'W lll ll ll lll ll ll! '1 ,N it, ii W llllljii' MW V li it ll , . MH, W W Mi ix in Mjim iii, ml V M ilu lnliwi l i i lpn xl nl W: l lin ln li F R A T E R N I T I E s 'ii illiiwllilil First Row: Dvy, .Wy0tIi. Vonng, Kcllvr, Stnmmvlhach, Columnn Sc-cond Row: S1lllI'lLL'C'l', Wcttzicli, Nowlin, WL-rncr, Rumlmlc-, Noll, Anthony Third Row: Piper. Mulliollcn, Cliumbcrlin, Dnilvy. Kallfclz, Stocker, Cox Fourth Row: Strnlrlc, linker, Fuller. liaumnnn, Martin All U., 3.1 A V. .iitqxf OFFICERS Romcwr Yovm: . . . . . . ........ lJl't'.YilI'Ulll j,xf:iq VVx'1c'rll ......... l'lift'-l71'!7.l'l'I1'Clll ALincR'r STAN All ici,iz,u'ii . . . ...... St'EI'CfFl1'j' Cimiuacs lim' ......... ....., 7 '1'f'u.vnrci'. XN1l,1,mM l4I'Il.l.liR ..... .. Pledge Master Mn. Cliiximcs RYMAN ....... ......................... 1 4dvi.rvr Sigma Kappa l'i, a local fraternity at tht' Univcrsity of l.JlliSll1ll'gll, hccamc Gamma OlllC'Q'2l Chaptvr of thc lntcrnational social fraternity, Kappa Sigma. in 1920. Thu lirst of tht: prcscnt total of one liunclrccl ancl eight chapters of Kappa Sigma was founclucl in ISGQ at thc University of Virginia. ',l'hc fraternity aims to foster ancl maintain a spirit of fratcrnalism among its members ancl to encourage a high stanclarcl of scholarship and a participa- tion in extra-curricular activities. The colors of Kappa Sigma arc scarlet, green, and whitv, flflic official magazinc of the national fraternity is thc Cadizceizx. Officers: Dsy, Wyeth, Young, Kcllar, Stammclbacli 200 KAPPA SIGMA .....1.mA...w..A...A....1.mA...AW..-.....A..... .AH...1...A....NH...1W.......A....MU...1...........-1...A1H...1...HA...AA...1...AA...1...AA...1H..1...H...M.....W...U......A..-.A1--A1...A..-.A...A...ny,....,.........nfmn.Au............................m... UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH Amos HLNA1 lfIA1uw W. BARNES llmmv A. IZAUMANN Ronlcm' 'l'. CHA MIHCIQIAIN RAYMUNI1 A. CULIQAIAN Tl-UEOIDORIC lJAl1.1cy CHARIJCS l.. HEY W11.1.lAA1 S. B1zunAKla1a Wl1.l.lAM V. K1cI.1.1cR Glcouczlc M. flfU1.1.1cu llfuuw I.. MlI.I.liIi Wn.l.1AA1 AN'l'IIlJaNY IPAUI. BAKER NflI.I.IARll Cox Loms Grmssu I'lc'r1-:le HIQNDIQRSUN IFACULTY MEIVIIBERS RIUHARII CALHOUN SENIORS RICH A lm 1.f14:uGusoN .IFRANIUAN A. 1iAl.I.l"lil.Z Wll.l.lAM IJ. KA1-11151. ,lim:A1a S. kIUl.1l0I.l,lCN jul-IN li. Nom. Louis M. 1'11'1clz JUNIORS EDWARD F. NOWLIN SOPHOMORES Glcoursla I.. Swocmak FRESH MAN linwmm N. IDURIQIN PLEDGES lXlA1.1N K. MAIQSII, C1'lARl.IiS MzXIi'l'lN VVILLIAM NICMUNN C1rAlu.1cs 1,0I.I.0CK GAMMA OMEGA CHAPTER 201 Dua. .FRANCIS D. 'IYSON H, GAy1.olm RUMIRLIC THOMAS H. SAvAulz Al.1xlcla'r E. S'1'AMMIil.IlACIT Glcoumc C. THUMM PAUL J. W11.H1sLM Ronmzu' R. X70UNG S'l'ICI'HICN F. SA1.1Nc1sR R1c11Ala1m D. XfVE'1"1'AC1'l j. lEnlsoN S'rRum.1c JOHN R. VVYli'l'l'l lfmcn 12llll.E'lfT Joslin-11 SKLADANY Glcoumz Sll0'l'XVl'Il.I. Rolnflu' Tl M M UNS IJnNAl.n WAr:N1':1: F R A T E R N I T I E S ItII.IIIW.,II.IIIItIRIII.ItItIWIIwitII.IIIumIIatIItWIIIInItIH.IIW-IIII.IIItI.,III.IIItI.,III.-IItI..IIIInItI.HIII..ItI.RIIH.ItII..IIWtIII.IIItIItIII.IIIIinItIItIIIInItI-.IIIIt--IIIII-IitIWIIitHtIIIWitI..IIII.IItIH.IIWIIIHIItI..IIII..ItIII.IIWIII.IIvmIIIItIItIItIIIH-Itti--In-www-wiwww tw..w.W IIlullllumllullllulllmllmlllwlllullluulluulw I , , 'wummmumlmmm , mnmummptll II in Qi, .' ,I':4ittI,u,.t I. It I '1 1' I ' -. IMI 1- 'Mi' ,H I :im .II I IR' ,wi 4, It I-I . i f I I' I it . ,'It,i,. U. .lllllllllllllIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII First. Row: Thomas, Reiter, Stairs, Fischer, Kuhl Seeond Row: Sage, Woodside, Lane, Williams Third Row: Kallaway, Visokoviez "-'Y'-1 , Kgs Qi ,ww OFFICERS BERNARD F. STAIRS ..., .............. ........ I J 1'c.r'idcnt Louis O. Rl'2l'l'IER .... V-ire-P1'e.fidenl RAYMOND E. Korn. ........ ....... .S 'ccretary JOHN G. FISCHER ........... ........ Y 'rearurcr DR, CARRoI.1, R. DAUc:H1sR'rv ....... Faculty Adviser In IQIQ Omega Alpha Pi, a local fraternity at the University of Pittsburgh, became the Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha lfraternity. The national fraternity was founded at Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, on November 2, 1909. Lambda Chi Alpha now numbers eighty-six chapters throughout the country. The fraternity aims to encourage a feeling of brotherhood among its members. Lambda Chi Alpha was the first of the men's Greek-letter organizations to sponsor a program of humanitarian serv- ice 'for new members, and to award annually scholarships to students in mountain schools. Its national publication is the Purple, Green and Gold. Ohieers: Thomas, Reiter, Stairs, Fischer, Knhl 202 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H .III.IIIMIIII.IIII..,III.IIWI.. IIIII,IIII..III,IIIIIIII.III...RIII..IIIIII.IIIII..IIII..III...IIM..II,I..III,...IIII..IIII..IIII..IIII..IIII.IIIIInIII..IIIII.IIII.IIII.IIII.IIRMI-.III..IIIII.IIII JAMES C. REED GUSTAV SCI-IRAMM RGIIERT D. AYAIQS C. L. .ICING Louls O. REITIER RAYMOND E. KUIIL JoI-IN G. FISCIIER BERNARD F. STAIRS ARTHUR E. LEWIS PERICLES ASRIIWNES GORDON GALLASCII I,I N PETE GEISER GEORGE I-IARRIs PAUL KAI.I.ANVAY RALPII ICIEIENAN CLARENCE J. LANE, J R. FACULTY MEMRI? SENIORS VV. N. PIELLOW JUNIORS JIISEIIII VISKDIQIBXVIKTZ SOPHOMORES IPLEDGES GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER 203 RS J. M. REAL IRA P. RAUMGARDNER GEORGE CROUCH GEGRGE M. STEWAIIT ANDREIV M. Mommy EARL M. WILLIAMS F. L. KEITZ GERALD D. 'I'1-IOMAS JAMES SAGE CIIARLICS -NICIDOWIEIL Ii. O. NICKEI2 NED PALMER LERGY RICITER N I G R RDI' I-I E R'I' JOE SI-IIIMARER ROIIIERT WIIOIISIIIE .4IIii.itIIIiiiiiiniii,.iiiii..iii,..iiiIIIIii.iiIII.iIitmiiii.iii.iiii..iii iIIIii.itIIii.Iit,iiIII.iIit,iiIIII..iii.IIiII..iiII.IIiii.itII..IIit.itI.IiIIit.itIIHIIitIitIIIiiIitIIIIIIitI..iiI,.iiiiiiiii.iiiii..iiiiIIitII..IIit..IIIIititII.IIIWitI.1IIIit.itIII.IIit..iiii..iiiimiw.iiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiii.iiiii.iiiiiii F R A T E R N I T I E S ImiIiiluniiuInuIluiiluiiiuiiluiiluiiiuiiiumuiwiilu iimiiiqllnniulimulgiimn 1 1, iligiiim i ll: ..1Q will ill llIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. First Row: Trumpfheller. D. NV. XVhitaker, Meyer, Dague, Foreman, P. J.lNVliitaker Second' Row: Arnold, lllazlett, Miller, Strong, Kasper, George, Siggins, Strlckler Third Row: Lantz, Keiser, Mc.'Xwley, Coburn, Tents, Anderson, Appel, Kellerman Q, OFFICERS Wn.i,mM AIICYER ..................... ...... I 'imzvident CnAin.ias VV. IIORICMAN, ju. .. .. 1"ice-1're.r.'dc11t lJAinzm.1. W. VVI'll'I'AKliR .. ..... ,S'ecrclai'y W. Cixin.vi.iz IDMQUE ........ ....... T ifeasiircr Mn. CARI. F. Dis'rici.nons'r .. . Ifacully Adviser' Since the time of its founding in 1924 at the Ruskin Banquet Hall, Omega Delta, a local fraternity, has risen to a high position on the University campus, liolcling as its criteria for success the promotion of a high quality of scholar- ship among the lirotliers, tlie fostering of companionship among its members, and the encouragement of loyalty anrl service to thc University. Omega Delta is in permanent possession of the University scholarship cup, having won it three times consecutively, ancl holcls the highest seliolastie average over a periocl of seven years among the local fraternities. The colors of thc organ- ization are carclinal rerl anal pure white, Officers: D. W. Whitaker, Meyer, Daizue, Foreman 204 OMEGA DELTA -H11rm11.-I111N..11N-411rm111-.4411-.111V...1xV...11.H1H...Wm-.4m..1. 1.I111L..H1inWwnwW1.V..11N.w..w.......,.m.. .H11um1....4NN..11Hin11wnm1L.--4HL...11um.1H..H.....1H...111uw1L..11muHlm1.mW11L..HH.41xvmN..1H..H1..11...4m.w..,w..1m..m UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH FACULTY M EM H ERS CARI. F. DlS'l'I.lCl'lOIlS'l' 'l'11lcu1mo:c1s XV. Hllllllli RUSSIQLI. IJIXON Ifmwli CL'R'l'lN Tuo1vlAs LAXVSUN SIQNIORS DAIHQELI. W. Wu1'rAKlcR JUNIORS R. MALIRER ARNOLD W. CAu1.x'I.lc lhxczma C1rAlu.1zs W. FUNEMAN HENRY Il. Glcoluzlz IMNIIQI. I". K1s1.r.r:1mAN Rfxlmlr I.. A1-vm. .l'.xu1. R. IQICISICR Greomsla XM S'rlmNc: Cmu. ANn1a1zsuN NUIQMAN Cllmllsl-:1cl.A1N 'IOIIN Chxlclamv ITRANCIS Klclxrl' JOHN Mc:CAl.l. Glcoleczlc W. IIAzl.1a'r'1' ARTIILIR G. KASPIQR VV! LLIAM A. MlEX'lEli SOPHOMORICS II Iir.1.sxvme'ru MII.I.Eli H. Al.l!liR'I' S'l'mc1c1.12R ll. O'r'rls 'I'lurm-1fll14:1.11 1: PA U I. XV. VVIIl'l'A1cm: IFRIZSI IMEN IQIEN N IC'l'lI C. Conv RN 5 . Q S'l'lcw.xm' M'c:Awl.1av VLEDGIFIS Glzolemc S1r:c:lNs 205 1'.llW.'XIiD C. 1li.'X'l'S J. XA,lI.I.IAM UNl'I"l'0N R.x1.l-lx Covlclvr licmlsxcln' lIlClN'l'ZI.liMAN ,IA was R. IJANTZ jollN ROMAN F R A T E R N I T I E S ttwttt..ttw ....tt...tW .w.tttt..,ttt .IW Wttttttttt ,.ttw.tttt..tt ilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIlllIIIIlIIllllIIIllIIllIIIllII , Iwllllijllutllrallllllllrlnlm IIl1:::uI....I1:::::II , 'llnu llIllnmllllllllllllllllllll I I I Ill .IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII .,,,....,.,., . yrirst Row: Patterson, Writght. I-Ioel, Morrison, White, Holland, Sunderland, Hogne I Second Row: Maehean, McCIayt.on, Loos, Smith, Thiessen, Snltger, Johnston, Foutz, Nicholas Third Row: Carnahan, Simms, Wright., Hurnap, Duncan, McGill. Hart lrom-Ll, Row: Taylor, C. H. McKenna, Martin, Stevenson, W. H. McKenna Q? I , u 4 'I . ii 'co 1 elf 'L 1 -4 ll-V. OFFTC If RS IIARLOW P. WIII'I'IC ... ........ .... CARL G. NIORRIS-ON .. JAMES I'IOI.I.AND ...... . C. IIICNRY SUNIJICRLANIJ IIow,xm1 Om-11.1. ....... MR, VVn.l.lA M M CIQIEIE ........... 1,7'l'.YIllI?7Ll '-P7'l'.Yl.dCIIl S'vc1'clury T1'va.vzu'c1' Sl l?'ZC'lll'll . !ld'a'i.vc1' Phi Delta Theta was founded on December 26, 1848, at the University of Miami, Oxford, Ohio. In 1917, Delta Sigma I:'i, it local fraternity at the University of llillfiljllfgll, lmecame the Pennsylvania Iota Chapter in the na- tional chain of Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta flflieta nnmliers one hunclrecl anrl two chapters in the United States. The National ,Ifraternity publication is known as The Scroll of Phi Della Tlzcm. The fraternity has for its pur- pose the promoting of scholarship anal the fostering ol good fellowship and a high moral character among its members. The colors ol the fraternity are azure and argent. 0flICCfS1VV"IIlIlIv Ht-WI. Morrison, White, I-Iollancl, Sunderland 206 PHI DELTA THETA UN ERSITY or PITTSBURGH AN nm-:xv C. lIAvuNs Cilcomzla 'lfIA'rcn1zle NVARRICN Hlf:l.l,lau JAMES 1'IOI,I.AND HIINVARII 1foU'rz WA1,1.Ac1a JouNs'roN ClrAm.1cs AICIQENNA Cl.:-N'roN 1im.m'r'r 1,A'I'RICIi Fl.laM1Nc: TTARRY GARNIER Cl1Am.1is BAX'l'l'3R VVl1,l,1Am BURNAI' GLENN 13lclmu'r ' lllclmlcm' CARN-AHAN RUIIICIVI' Dl1:V11.1.lNu Rolxlml' DUNCAN JA Mics GI.ASSl"ORlJ 'GTA CHAPTER mm-.A...4 um.-.m..wmw H...m..m.. WA .W..1A... ,U w-1.1 lil' J lx y!,1 If.XCUl.'l'Y IXQIIEMIRIZRS R1cc:1NA1.lm V. IIOHHAH SICNIORS Flu-ilmlvla IWIOGLIIC FRANK xlCCl.l'I.'XN CARI. AIORRIS-RUN Il.-xlzmxv l'. X'Vlll'l'lE JUNIORS Hmvmzn O'lJ1f:1.1, IEUGIENIE SIN11'c:12R SOP!-IOMORICS Rolucm' Hom. FRANK M':CAmi Rolucm' 1VICCl.AY'l'ON Ulm. SCHAUIQR FRESH MAN RAY Hlccxmirz 'I'l-lilJGES XlVAI.'l'liR GU 121.171 I 1-:le NVAl.'r1-:le HART VVll,I.IA1X'l I-Iumlfllulcv Rom-:RT A I A R'l'l N NfV1l,l.1Am AICKICNNA JICARI. MCCUI4: ICARI. lVIl1.Lmz 207 Wm L..111...U1J...1A....11um1H..1muJW1mn1JU-4um1lmJH.,JW1rmJW11.11JumJH.,JW1...4JA.1A...w..A...m. JAMES XVASMUNID DAVID W. SANVYICR ITICNRY SUNl11c1u.AN1m Lmwoon TIIIICSSON JAMES Simms Pl'I'll,I,Il' SMITH ANDREW W1uGu'r JAMES N1CllfJI.fXS WILSON Loos W1l.r.1AM 1,A'1"l'ERSON IDUNCAN MoN'mo1xll4:l AHQEN 1'llIl,l.ll'S RAL1-H Slfzwlsm. RALM-I SNlvlf:1.v BARTON S'l'I'IVliNSON ROIlIiR'l' 'l'Avl.o1a Rolxlclrl' XNURN li I I ii' II II II IIII I I ' IIIIIIIIII1 I t":""'W'I"I""I1II""'I' II 1 1, lmumu uni II I , F R A 1 E R N I T I E s I Wlpullltllltt I I,qm,H:i1l:II I WIIFIII I I I, First. Row: Blowitz, Franks. Solow, Spiegel, Gurin, Brody, Rosensoii, Berman Second Row: Cohen, Prager, Friedman, Lang, Margolis, Levinson, Schlossberg Third Row: Scliecliter, Vatz, Rosonlield, Meimker, Lancia, Nacller, Susinger Fourth Row: M. Margolis, R. Herman, Lazow, Jubelirer, Leavitt '-J ,-I f 1 11' ' J E if fl! wi-191: Ol+'lflCIfRS Nlixuiucia G. GLTRIN .... ...... . S'uf2cri0r IZERNAR11 II. RoslcNsoN .. .. lf'ivc-Sufrcrior Louis B. Bitouv ....... ........... 7 lI'C'U.Y1H'l?I' EUGENE A. So1,ow .. ..... lrecording .S'1'c1'cla1'y SA111. W. S1'll4:c:121. .. .. C.07'1'!'.i'f7071di7lg .S'cc1'eIa1'y Phi Epsilon Pi, national non-sectarian social fraternity, was Iounclecl at the College of the City of New York i11 IQO4. The local chapter, Zeta, was formed nine years later, in 1913. At present there are twenty-nine chapters in its national chain. Phi Epsilon Pi aims to promote a love for higher learning and closer irienclsliips: to cultivate a spirit of unseliish fellowship, and to exert an iniiuence toward more manly character. Zeta chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi received tl1e University Scholarship Award for TQQI-IQ32. The national fraternity publishes the Phi Efrxiloai Pi Q1la1'lm'ly. The colors of the fraternity are purple ancl golrl. Officers: Sulow, Brody, Gurin, Rosenson, Spiegel 208 PHI EPSILON PI .HM...M...IM....I1...IH...II1...IH...II...IU...,.....I..-.ImnII...II....ImyI.....,,...W..,....m U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H .ul-mlm M... I. ww .44IImIImuII-I...I1...II...4ImuInmmmIImImuIumIImIumInmIumI...UII...II...IIH..IInmImuII...II...NII.HIIH..II.HIII...IIIH..IH...II....II...MI...UImuI...UII...4I...HII-..m...n.....m...4 ...HmuII.NN...I....III...I...H1....w..w....u... III...ImmIImmI.....,,....41....m... ZETA CHAPTER l"ACUl.'I'Y MEM I-H4 R IDR. A. lf. jumm SICNIONS WIl.lf'IiIEII 1. IIIQNMAN NIA1mlc'r-: G. ULIRIN Louis H. IINOIJY Iimzlmlq A, Smmv SMH. XV. Sl-llccalcl. JUNIORS Al,IIIiIi'l' C. ITIIANKS JASUN I.. l.mx'l'1"r l VVH.l.mm lf. HI.0WI'I'Z MIlIi'I'Ih'Il'IIi R. AIAn'o1:soN IIAIQOLII X. I.Azuw Rnlnlzm' HIENAI AN EUGICNIC S. CUIIIEN SIIINICY FIQIICIIIXIAN RIUIIARII A. -ll'IIII.II!IiR llomlcu 1'. I..'XNIlAlI A1.lf1elcn S. .l-lf:vl1:NsuN joslcl-11 VV. ll. I.ANc:, 'II Ifman KIAm:m,1s MIl.'I'I3N O. AIAIHZIILIS Illilmfxleln ll. IwslcNsoN SOI' I IOEXIORICS l'I'.IiIXiICS , .I lTT"'50 I I 209 SAAIUICI. M. I'RAc:1cR ji-:lemma Q. Rwru Osmuxu Il. Sm'u1.oss1:lcm Sm. A. NIICNAKICR Murrow P. NAIILIER Iluwman OSIIRX' RAYMIINII .I,IiARI.MAN III-:m:l4:u'1' Il. IlI..X'I"I' RICIIARII IE. ROSICNIFII RICUIEIEN IE. Sl,1as1Nc:l2R llxclmlam' L. S1'lmL1ss KIlc1.vlN 1'. VATZ F R A T E R N I T I E S .I, ilI',' 'WIIIIWIW 1 I nn IRI 1' ,, I 1,1,,,,, ,H at, ,, 1 111- 11,,, ,wa 1, 11 1 ll it ll li llll'lllll1111ll1lll lil lllll llllfll l lllllllllll 1, ,,N I 11' Mi, 'Hi Il lillilii IMI II ll ll I 1 l l ll N, 1 ll!! ,li xl U,,,,lll1 lil wilxwkil il 1 ll 11111111 , 1 , ll First Rowi WiISOIl. Powell, Th0maS, MCCnne, Lewis, Holbrook, Clemens, Black, Beck Second Row: Mason, Failor, Bowcllcr, Lewis, Smith, Wilson, Watson, Dinker, Mason, Virgin Third Row: Kelley, McCanrlless, Myers, Peck, Shaffer, LaRue, Brooks, James Fourth Row: Lawrence, Ballantyne, Kimmel, Murchison, Grennan, Miller ,f OFFICERS LEROY L. Llcwls ....... . . .. lJ1'C5'idL'Ill RAYMOND J. Mc:CnN1a .............. Treasurer S. CLAIR C1.111v11zNTs .. ....... Recording Secretary ROBERT A. BECK .... . . . C01're.vpo11di1zg Secrelary A jot-1N B. lflorimooiq ........ ............... I -lixlorirm MR. W11,1.1AM l21uNK14:R ..............,...... lfavulty Adzirer Phi Gamma Delta was organized in 1848 at Cannonsbnrg, Pennsylvania, and numbers seventy-three chapters in its national organization. The local chap- ter, formerly ehartcrecl as Sigma, went out of existence during the Civil War. In 1917, Phi Zeta Phi lfraternity heeame Pi Sigma of Phi Gamma Delta. TI1e fraternity aims to promote scholarship and to instill a wholesome in- terest in the University. liach year the local chapter awarcls prizes to its members in recognition of outstantling attai11me11t. During the year, the local chapter puhlishes the Ptmther Fiji. The national fraternity's publica- tion is the l'l1i fytllllllltl Delta. The fraternity color is royal purple. Ofticers: Thomas. McCnne, Lewis, Holbrook, Cleinc-nts 210 PHI GAMMA DELTA IIIIII IW II. 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I..IIII...IIIIIIIII-III..-IIIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII...IImmIIImIIIImImmIInmII...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-III IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII ...III...IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII..III...IIII.IIII..IIII..III IIIIIIIII .IIIIIIIII JJICAN Ii. A. .I-loLIIIIooI4 J,lCAIN A. ll. AIIMIIIIus'I'I-:II DIL J. F. RASCIIICN IJII. H. CI,IvI-'IJIIII CAIILSIIN Du. G. F. IQUWALLIS ROIII-:IIT A. QHIQIAIQ RAY Ii. HLACIQ AI,IfIII-:II L. IJUIII. ICIIWAIIII R. IHONVSICIC HAIIIIV IE. Bolzus JIIIIN G. FINLAVSIIN NIARK AIASON WILLIAM D. JAIIIIZS WILLIAM H. LEWIS RuIIIcII'I' G. .licIwIII.I4:II JAmIcs BAl.I.AN'I'YNIC 'I'l'AIIIIIsoN 1EIIIc:II'I'IIAN HAIIoI.Im CIINNI-:LY DIIIIIN D, IJINIQIQII FIIIcIIIcIIIc'Ii ICIIWAIIIIS TIIIIIIIAS ,ISIIAIIN Pl SIGMA CHAPTER m FACULTY M ICM ISICRS DIL Rus-n'oIc GIIUGLIQII DIL JAMI-is S'l'lNCIlCllMI! IJII. A. IZ. VVALLc:IzIcN IJII. R. H. SIIANIIII W. B. GEALY SICNIORS CLAIII CI.IcIxIIcN'I's K. FIENRY !'IiAIIsoN J UNIORS JIIIIN li. J'IOI.IlROUK l'1lTGI":NlE VV. I'l0III:sIIN 'I'IIoIIfIAs HUNT AIIFRIEID N. MCCANIILIQSS Ross J. TIIIIMAS, JII. SOPHOMORIES CSIQIIIIIIII: C. AIYIQIIS .IIJIIN H. MASIIN FRESHMEN IQIIGIIINIQ GIIIINNAN WILLIS JQICLLICY .IIIIIN VVILSON PLEIJGIQS lfIIANIc la. l'All.lCR lJoNALII FIIAZIIQII VVAI.'I'IcIz Gown GIQIJIIIIIQ GIIISIIN VVIIILIAM AlL'Cl'l.I.OlIGl'l 211 i N W. H.ALI.Ix:Ic FIIAINIQ VV. S'CHOClil.l-ZY VVILLIAM TE. QBIIINIIEII JKALPH N. DAUCIHIQIITY JAIIIIQS W. IIAGAN !oII ' I':lWVARll QF. PILCK Glilllifili J. l'owu:I.I. Jol-IN R. XIVILSON Llclzov L. LEWIS WILLIAM ll. LAWIII-:NUI UANII4:L D. MlI.l.lCIi RAYMONII J, MCCIINI4: JosI4:I-II G. SIvII'I'II' ANIIIIIQW J. WATSON WILLIAM MURCIIISON CAIII. W. VIIIIIIN HIIWAIIII GIIIINIIV GIQOIIGIQ J0llNS'I'llN RIIQIIAIIII KINIIIIIQI. RIIIII-:II'I' LARITIC RUSSICI. Rom' F R A T E R N I T I E S wtltwtlm ww w.mi,.twt Wtt..lm.t ,..w,, mm., mwumw. ,.mw w.ttt,.mw ww l l t li tl li i ' l it ll l l ll it l f it mmlmmgulmw l, li . ,f1'l,t,, First RUW: Mztttt-son, Jarvis, Dztmtltcy, Mcliriclv, Wlir-lun, Shim Sz-contl Rnw: KL-arm-y, Coll, Jrwsvnli Novak, Tihh:-ts, Dillon, Kulm, john Novak, Sclmr-ffor 'l'hirrl Row: Nugent, Brice, Critselli, Vilciss, Connolly, l'llt7lllllS Iron,-11, Row: Roll, Ahern, Ilztnlon, Knrulxin, Evans. llourl iivi 355165265 'fam' ,Nm Ol+'l+'ICl'IRS linwAlin I". Xlrl-Inline .. . JAMES IJANAHIQY .. .. I zrv RUIIIEIVI' A. jltltvls ... ... PAUL W11A1.lcN ........ .... IDR, VVll.l"ltlCIl Sr. l'1c'r1-:lc l'1'1'.virif'11l l'1'1'.r1'df'1:l .S'rrrrlury 'l'l'm1.t'111't'1' .. lfllflllfjl 1lfl'z'li.s'1'1' On May 23, IQZO, Mu Clmptcr ul Phi liztppzi was itistnllccl :tt thc Univcrsity nl Pittshttrgli. Prcvitatis to its uftilizitirm with thc imtiomil frzitc1'nity, Mu Chziptcr was lilltJWll :ls l'l1i llvltu l'hi. Phi Kappa was imtuclccl :tt llrowti University in 1889 :mtl now numhcrs twenty-four chzlptcrs in its hzitimml clmiu. 'l'hc principlc aims :mal purposes ol' thc frzttvriiity :irc to luring to- gtthcr groups of Czitllcmlic mon :tml instill in them :L grc:1tc-r loyalty to Goal :xml to their college. During thc yt-nr, thc Nzitionzil Council of Phi Kzippu issucs its publication known as Thr 7ll'lllf7ll' of l'l1i Kafvfvrz. 'l'ht- colors of the l'rzltcr11ity arc purple, whitc, :incl gulcl. Offict-rs: Dztmthvy, Jarvis, Mcliriflo, xVllt'lJll'l ulluilllix:wmlullluumlllllmllul: Nd I lllt In lmu ,H ii li it g it it l it llilllllit lliilii' li tllll i l, lim ll l , il l,li ll llll qi 212 PHI KAPPA .IIII...IIII..II...III...IIIII..IIIImII,ImIImIII...III.IIIIImII.I-IIIAmII.IIIIII...III.I-III.IIIIIInIIImIIII.IIIII..II.-..III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III...IImnII...IIIIIImIIIIIAIIII...II...IIII...IIII...IIIIINIIII.,IIIII.,III....IIIImII...IIII...III...IImIII....II..III...III..IIII V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H JAMES DILLON THOMAS GAELEY JosEI-I-I ToIIIvIEY EIIWAIIII MICBIIIIJE PAUL WHALEN EIIWAIIIJ KAIIAIIIN REEIS CONNl'II.I.Y JACK CANNON CIIAIII.Es COOKE JIIIIN DE PETIIO FRANK FEIIIIARO CI-IAIILES GAIIVEY AI.IIEII'I' NovAIc I'TIiNRY WEIsIf:NIIAIIr:1-I Mu CHAPTER SENIORS JoII-N BRICE EARL F. COLL V1c'I'oIz MA'I"I'Es0N JUNIORS NEII MCCAGUE JAMES TDANAHIEY JAMES P. GLIILEOIL AIIINIILII SLIIIA RICIIAIIII NUill'IN1' SOPHOMORES Josl-:I-II N0vAIc PRIEST-IMAN EUGENE GRIGASSY PLEDGIIS VVILLIAM COYLIC VVILIIIAM DOIIIIINIIIIIIG Jul-IN FQGAIIIY EIIWAIIII DOIIAN GEUIIGI-1 ROLL WILLIAM NVEISS 213 I'IzES'I'oN 'l'I-IIIMAS JAMES WALSH RIIIIEIIT JAIIvIs JIIHN NOVAK JosEI'I'I JOYCE JosEI'H IDALLAS JOI-I N M AI.'I' I-I A IIEII JA M ES 'l'll!IE'l"l'S WILLIAM DEE NOIIMAN EVANS JAcIc FLIIIIIIE VVILLIAM KIIIIN CIIAIILES SI4IIAEIfIfEIz JIIsEI'II BCNA 3 ,I IIIIIIIIIIIIQIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I p I 'W www! il ,I I lI'zuu I In I """"'W"' I l wi ill Il IT I I I + I p i ll lm.nl,1i,'.I,'w F R A T E R N I T u E s It lil ttutult liiuumumuummum It-it twwl mum ,..nt.nt..n itII,RIumImiImnIIN..W..IIInmIHIIII--itIIHIIWIIIIIIlm,IIIHIRII1.,,mnI,ItIImnIIHIIwitIIntIitU-IIImnII.IIIIIutItmtIIynitIV..IIIt.itIIIH4ItIV..IIH.UII.HIW.,IIInIitWIIIuiitIHIIII-.ttIitI.ImnIIniIwitIIInmmwtmwmw First Row: Goldberg, Levison, A. Green, Blatt, Goldman, Sanes, Rosenblum, Mirhach Second Row: J. Green, Kaufman, Dorfman, Weinstock, Sutton, Silverblatt, Israel Third Row: Wohlgemuth. Porter. Ziff, Willncr, Reizenstein, Fried Top Row: Ehrman, Grnclitor, Rubinstein, Robbins AYII 2",it.1R'- px malt, Z - , OFFICERS Gn.BER'r GOLDMAN . . . ................. ...... P resident GILMORE SANES .. .. Vice-President jr-:ROME BLATT ...... ...... S ccrelary ARNOLD GREEN ....... ....... T reasurer DR. A. L. ROBINSON ... ... ... Faculty Adviser Pi Lambda Phi, a non-sectarian fraternity, was founded at Yale University in 1895. In IQI4, the Gamma Sigma Fraternity at the University of Pitts- burgh became the Gamma Sigma Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi. Pi Lambda Phi now numbers nineteen chapters throughout the east, midwest, and Can- ada. The fraternity has for its purpose the promoting of friendship and brotherhood among its members, and service to the colleges and univer- sities where it has chapters. At various events during the year the chapter publishes its localpapcr, the Gamma-Sigmagraph, while the national publica- tion, The Fraler, is issued quarterly. The colors of the fraternity are purple and gold. Otticers: Levison, Blatt, Goldman, Sanes, Green, Mirbach 214 PI LAMBDA PHI I U "' ""' ""' " ""'"" ""' " " ""' "' ""' " ""' ""' "" ""' ""' ''"' ""' """"' "' "' ""' "' ""' '-' """ "' """ ""' ""' """' "" ""' ""' """"" """ ""' """ "' """ "" ""' "' "--N"-- '---' i-- NIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH jIcIIoMIc Bl.A'l"l' CARI. FIIIIQII AIIINULII GIIIQICN AIe'I'I-IIIII GoI.IIIIIaIIc: GII.IIIcII'I' GIIIJJIIIAN MII.'I'0N GIzA1mI'I'oIz ,TuI.Ics GIIIQIQN IEAIII. 'lsIIAIcI. ALVIN PoII'I'IzII MEI.VlN CAI-I.AN WII.I.IAM IJOIIFMAN RAYMONIQ IEIIIIMAIN JACK GoI.nII1aIIG IIIVING GIeIzIcN 1iI.I ICANN ROIIICRT KAIIFIIIIAN GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER SIENIORS JUNIORS M oIe'I'oN l.liV I SIIN SIIINIQY MIIIIIACII ELIVIIQII RusIcNIII.UIxI GII.IvIoIzIf: SANES C. BEN WIaIssMAN BERN A RD S I l.VlERRI.A'1"l AIINoI.IJ WII.I.NI2II SO1'I IOMORES AI.EC1C ZIIfF PLEDGES LOUIS RIcIzIaNs'I'I2IN Louls SNIIIIQIIIIIAN ISAIIOIIIQ WIQIINSTOCIQ BIQIINAIIII I'IcNNI4:II RICIIAIIII RIIIIIIINS Mom:-Is ROSICNIILUOM AIzNoI.II Rl'HlNS'l'ElN BYIIIIN RIIIIIcNs'1'IcIN LOUIS SIIAIIIIIA I--IIQNIIY SU'l"l'0N LIQON WoIII.c:1iMU'I'II Q .X-D 215 i1Hiiimi1ii1.iiii.iiiii1.i,w.w,..4,,,..,,,,..i ,Hiiii-iiiiiii1iii1.1ii,ii11iuiiiini11,.111i,ii111iniii,mw.iw,.w,niii 11i.11iiH111iV.1111.4111Hi1w.iWWw.w miiii.11iiiH1i,H.iii,,.iiHuiiii1.iii,Niiiinii.111ii.H1,i.4111ii1ii1H111inii1Wiimmiuwimii.Wiw.iw..mi F R A T E R N I T I E S IliIIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll J lllllllllll mullmll lllllll N ,ill unmllmllnulplllmnllw' K I lfir:-it Row: Wilkinson, DeWitt. Young, Johnston. Theis Second Row: Derr, Guenter, Ferguson, Puee, Bouquin, I'Iurvs'y Third Row: Gudrless, Johnson, Brown, Pearson, I-Ioffmnn Fourth Row: Lewis, Perrine, Drury, liluud ada ,r OFFICERS VVu.1,mM ll. Youucz .... ......,...... ....... I ' :evident NNM. IJ. JOIINSTON, ju. .. .... If'irc-l'1'c.vidcnl Al.lu:R'l' IE. Wu.iilNsoN .. .S'vm'vtary-.Slcward JOHN Dia VVl'l"I' ....... ........ Y '1'4"1l.VlH'CI' S'rixNi.icv F. 'linens ..... .. Ci0l'I't?.l'f7!llIdL'ill Du, Glilllilili li. lI.x'i'lfuci.n .. lforufly .'ill'f'l'.l'l?l' Sigmui Alpha Epsilon was founclecl at the University of Alalizunu in I86S, In 1913, Chi Oinieron lfraternity of the University of Pittsburgh became Penn- sylvania Omieron Chapter oi' Sigma Alpha lipsilon. At present, the frat- ernity has one hunclrecl and six clinpters througliout the continent. The :Linis of Sigma Alpha Epsilon ure the promoting of scholarship, fellowship, anrl leadership. l'lXlTil-Clll'l'll'lliZlI' activities :Luci social events play :tu important part in the program of Sigma Alpha Iipsilon. The inzlgnzine of the National Council known :ls The Record of Sigma flllvhfi lffvxilmi is pulilishecl through- out the your. The colors of the frzlternity ure blue :incl gold. Otiieersz The-is, Wilkinson, Young, DeNVitt, Johnston 216 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILCN i 'Liii!i'iln..--1l ll l f i , f ,f i ll ' ..mW........ .. u +4J1111umJ11Jrm1wlwwm-..H.y.. 111..111vmJ1H-1JJ..11W11-.E11W11.E111.EJ11-..111,H11H..11V..111V..111yuJ1N..111V...11V-.1J111.I111W11.U1J1...4JJ.H,J11.-1JJJ.-11Jmn111.EJJJin111...J11.HJJJWW..w...m.-N.. .EJE.EJJ1.UH1.U11nmJ...4J,H.1E...m...m...m..m.. .JJ11.E111...Q111J...11J1...Q111.H111H...J1...Q11JJ...111...EJ1...E11H...111...Q11J--1J1J...J11,E11J.E11.HEJ1.E11.E1JWJN..JJ1.E11.EJ1J.-41N...1J...w...m...m..w UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH 1-.mmm ,,,,,,,,,,, 14JJ1vm1111...JJ1.W1muJN..11rm1JV...1J...11.E11um1H..1mu11lm11--N11...41nuJJnuJJvm1N..1J1V-.4JJ...J11J...JJV...JJ...411...JJ1...JJH..1J1...411....1JH.,1J1...A11J.E11W1J...1111...411H-41J..-.w...w..-E.--1 411nu1JN.11mm1W1J.E11J...J1UEu..w...4w...u....J m..w...wJ..m...w .Wm .W..4m...w .mum mum.. mum. mmm l"ACUl.'I' Y MAIENIHICRS Ure. CARI. Sm'1lxv.fx1c'l'zEl. J, S'1'EE1.E Gow DR. GEORGE li. HA'l'l'llilll MV, DUN lllxlelzlsnm ANDREW GlIS'l'AIFS0N SICNIORS Cl.lF'l'0N E. lil-:NsoN J':l71ilENlE C. JollNsoN VVll.l.lAm li. I+lu.1.m'1c VVIIMAM IJ, JOIINSTUN, IVIELVIN D. IiumvN Am-NUR W, WILKINSON JOHN UICWVIUI' Al.IllCR'I' 12. VVILKINSON JAMES D. Fli'l"l'liRMAN Wu,l,mM ll, Yovm: GENE Gfxlmlmllzss VVll.l.m1v1 KI-:ARNEY JUNIOR lllclmlam' lf. BOUQUIN SOPIIONORICS PIIILII' S. ANHREWS Rum-zm' A. l"r:m:l,1soN l."m'l'z Ii. GLVICNTICR Wll.l.ls 1. LICWIS JAMES ll. l'lAuvEv llAum.n IC. HLANII C. KIN1: 'DEER FRICS N. l+'Em:usoN I'1l11RRlCIC FRANK I. lI1-:NnE1csoN IIMICN 'I'1mMAs V. fl'EA1:s0N Cu.-x1u.Es N. 1.'EmclNE REV!-:mx V. VI-:Al:soN 1'L1f.DC, lab EMICRQSON l3uowvN C. AJLTCLIIRIC IJRUNV JAMES AJi'lN'I'YRlC JAMES JEuovlc'5 I Il-:lu:ER'r S'l'lill!l.lCY Awrlmle IIUEEMAN NVILLIAM Nri'Nl'I"l' f-x . ' .31 .v I 1:2 E ., ,, V QMICRON CHAPTER 2 I7 JR l,ii..iti...11it.ii1iH..itiI..iiW.,ii.Uiitul1iiI..itmliiWi.utiiiititi.i11iinit1V..iiWii.Hiit.ttiii..ttw.m...iw..wi.tt .lw.m,.lw iw-www with tw..wi..w will mwtiw wi-Wim F R A T E R N I T I E S lvl! ll it ll it :www 'lll'll it :win it 'I 1llluqlW1l1gm tt W i III tilt i Htl i ts ii, it if l tt it iltmiliiilmuggl M ,YM l lmlmlllif f illiiltllhl W ' ,,,, I llll 'lt' Illllllll Illlllllllllllllll 'H' lil lol- 'l 'l First Row: Immerman, Knlin, Drazen, D. Cohen. Ganger, Brand I Second Row:-lVlorgan, Droh, Golanty, Little, li. Cohen, llaclxraeli, Tzitlsslg Third Row: l'lerman, Smith, Schmidt, Goldstein, Rost, I.eff A I , ,lr fx, A I' A 12 1 .. 1, , - M .i in nt" OFFICERS Romcm' DHAZEN . . . ............ . . . President lJAvm B. COHEN .. Secretary A. NATHAN ALPERN . . Treasurer BEN CQHEN ........... ....... H islorian f DR. AI.ExANin-Zu Lowy ........... .............. 1 faculty Adviser On Thanksgiving live, November 26, 1909, the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity was founded at the College of the City of New York. The local chapter, Psi, was formed in 1919. Numbering forty chapters throughout the states, this fraternity purposes to form a close social and fraternal union of Jewish students at the various universities, colleges, and professional schools in America, to foster and maintain among its sons a spirit of fraternalism, and a love for the Alma Mater, to inculcate in its members such ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true manhood, democ- racy, and humanity, The national publication is The Oclagonian. Of5CCl'55 Immvfmillh Klllill, Drazen, D. Cohen, Ganger, H- CUIWH 218 SIGMA ALPHA MU IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I.-IIMIIIIIIII IIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I. I III .IIIIMIIII.IIIII.IIIIII...InmInmI.Im.ImI.II-IIII..IIIMIII.IIIIII...I...IIII..IInmIII...IIm.III...III...III...IIIII.,III..IIII.,II...IIIIMIIIImIIIMIIII...II,ImII.IIIII...IIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIMIImuII-.IIImmII-.IIImImnI.....III...II....II... MIIIMIIIII..-II.I-I..III...IIImmII...IIIIIMIIII-IIIIMmII...IIII....M..III,ImIII.IIIIII...III...IMmII...III...I.ImI...IIII...I...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-I UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH PSI CHAPTER ...IIIIIIIIIIIIIm-IIIIIIIIIMIImvIImIII..II.IIIII...IIIII..II...IIII.III.Im...IIII...IIII...II.IIIIIII..III...II...IIII...IIII...II...ImmmmI...HIH...II...IIIII..IIII..III...IIII..IIII...II...IIII...IIII..IIII..IIIIII. III..IIIImIIImII...III...IIII..II...IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ...UII...IImmIIIMIIIIIIII.....IIII-IIIImmI..--IIIIIIIIIIWI...IIII......IIMIIImmI...IIIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII...III...II...I...IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII DII. ROIIEIIT ZUGSMITII AI.IIEII'r ALPEIIN JULIUS BIIAND BENJAMIN C01-IIEN A. NA1'l'IAN ALPEIQN l'1ERHER'l' FINE NA1'I'1AN GANGEII G IZORGE COLA NTY WILIIUII BAER JULIAN DIQOB MoIueIs FIEIIMAN WILLIAM I-IERIION IZMANIIEL KLEE SYLVAN LI'I"I'I.E FACULTY MEMBERS SENIORS Ml2I.VIN ICALIN JUNIORS WALTER 'I'AUssIu SOPHOMORES FRESH MAN EMANUEL ICRUPP PLEDGES HENIIV SPEIILINII 219 DR. ALEXANIIEII Lowv IJAVID B. COIIEN IIIVING AXELRAD RIIIIEIIT T. DIIAZEN SIDNEY GLADSTONE CHARLES ICROAGMAN DAVID IMMERMAN MA1"l'PIEW Rosr LEO MEIQVIS SAMUEL MOIIGAN LEONAIIII ROGOEE IIIVING SCIIMIDT IJENRY SCHILIT HQWAIIII SMITII ''"H""H"'"N"'"H""'"U"'"U"'"H"""'l"""""'"U"I"U""H""''""""U"'"N"""""""""'"""'""V"'"""'"U""'"""I"""I""""""""""l"'""'"'"""""""""""' "''"H"'"''ll"l"H"'"""'"""'""H"'"U"'"""""""'I"H"I"ml"""""""""" "ml Vx: flllii I . lx I 'MI F R A T E R N I T I E S tl ith tw , tv , I ,M 1- lv 'illhlu.m.ll'li. I 1 I ' ',"i'1-til Wm , I Ml ' wi, To l ' ,ll l wi lv I llllt 1 ,llll fl Ili I 'ul ' Il 'N I I' ' ,Ni 1-'III I "" ,l I, jp I it-.iw ii.-.m..i,w i,.,,,,,.4,,,,. .iw..iWi .w.iw..m ii.i.,w.mi, Hmmm.. ww ii...w mt..w..m. mimi W-mm,- Ifirgf, Row: Turkes, Mi-tzler, Imler, Atkinson, Decker - Second Row: Nary, Woods, Ritchie, McAhee, Rabin, Short, VVI-esner, Hiestel Third Row: Schall. JUSIICC, Caldwell, Greata, I-Iubacher, Mangnso 4'-' ' OFFICERS Al.i.lsoN IMLER ......,..... ...... I 'rcavidcnl Waixrnu R. Tuluuas .. lfice-l'1'c.rz'dent Wli.i.mM ll. SCHNAL1. .. ...... Secretary JAMES E. Nlii'rzl,mz ......... ......... 7 'rffasurer Q Mia. Fluclnziuei: J. Glnsnomf .................... Faculty Advixcr Theta Chi Fraternity was organized on April IO, I856, at Norwich University. On the University of Pittsburgh campus, Sigma Epsilon, a local fraternity, on April r2, 19I9, became Alpha Beta Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity. The Fraternity purposes to create a traclition of good scholarship, to develop the moral, social, and cultural life of its members, and to cooperate with other fraternities in promoting the stability and general welfare of the American college fraternity system. Theta Chi now includes on its roster chapters on the campi of fifty colleges and universities. The local chapter has its own publication, The ,fllfvhaI1r'l. Ollicersz Metzler, Turk:-s, lmler, Atkinson, Decker 220 TH ETA CHI ummWm-I..-ww. lm11um11nm11un11nnwwrm11nl111I..1W...411---11nm1wIn11fm111In11Im11InWWV...1WH..1W1V..WW...IW1nuX1nm1NIn11ml111In11mu11rm111...Qu1un11nmX1Im11nlx111m1111.H11NH.......Q.1...QH....m...m..w. 111.N1w1.N,1N..11H..Wwmf1my1.1.H,X1..wn..m..W....1 Num1mm11U...1w1mu111um11...QU1...V1W11U...111nw1N..Hnm11unHnu1xN...1V...NH.H11...QUnn1H..H..H1.H.HN..m.mm.4m..w. UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH FACULTY MEM HIERS Fluzlmlzulctli L. Blsum-, Sn. lfm-:xmnalexvli J. GILSIIORI Fluculzluma L. Blsuol-, ju. IAINN lI1s1..'xNn1i1c SIENIORS Al.1.lsoN E. lmuck N. HLAINIQ NNIQTZIZI. JAMES IE. AlIi'I'Zl.liR A. IIIQRMAN NTANIZUSO JUNIORS 1Q0llliR'l' j. VVlclcsN12le Luvls ll. lilcclucu ELMIQR S. IIUIIAFIIIER 1m'1Nc: J. RAMIN WILIJAM ll. Sc'1lA1.l, Glzmuznc T. CAI.DWlEI.l. l7Hll.l.ll' ll. SHON1' VVAl.'I'liR R. fl'Umcl2s IQANI. NV. HIQISTIEI. SOPIIOAIORIIS J. KICNNIETII A'rl4lNsuN FRESH MAN JQHN H. Gmcmvx 1'I.liDGFIS Al.I9liR'l' Mc'Amc1a VV11.1.mm Nmw Rlmrlmmx S. Jl.IS'l'lCE PAUL RATICA Romz1e'r VVOOITS EUKIIENIE IfRONICNWl2'I"ITR 9 1 w l ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 221 Q ii W "" Wlll5'l""WlllIllHI'!" ibn ii all li::lii...iil::2:!Ili 2 'N if Iminniunllllilliixiimiwll ll if . . il ill. ' Wit ll l .....inn" .--nni..i.i..i. .m........i..n.i li ll! l w i W lk ll of F R A T E R N 1 T I E s il 1il 'l"""'lli ui-iiiiniimiiiini,iiiiinWn...ii,...iiii..iiini,iiiiinii1.iiii.iiiiHiiiniiiiiHiiii1.iiiiniii..iiiii.iii.iiiiniliiiiiiim.iii.iiii...iii1.iii1i.iiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiWiiiiiinii.iiiiiiniiiniiiiniiiii.iiii,.iiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiii.iiiN.iii,.iiii,iiiiinii,,iiiiiifiii,iiiii,.iiii.iiii,A,iii.,,,wnw.w.,,,,, Top Row: Brubaker, Mai, Croyle, Duff, Colvin, Mackey Second Row: Miller, Hunt, Morgan, Obley, Patrick, Starz, Cowen First Row: Jones, Herd, Divers, Hugus, Weaver, Kyper lf' A 0, 5, ., ..,i-th " 1 ,ii J I ,11- 'X , 'f' a- ffg F., ,r e n ' 95,5 Pi OFFICERS CHAln.if1s G. lfluous, ju. ............... ...... I 'resident LJONALD EARLY ....... . . Vice-President EDWARD Kvificn .. ...... Secretary Lowicu, JoNl:s . .. ....... Treasurer WAYNE VVEAVICR ....... .. Ilause Miziiager Mn, C. L. VAN SICKIJQ ........................ Faculty Ad'vi.s'er 'l'hcta Delta Psi, a social fraternity, was founded at the University of Pitts- burgh in Felmruary, IQZI. Drawing its membership from all of the University schools, Theta Delta Psi has maintained a varied and representative group of University men. 'l'hcir ideals have been promotion of scholarship and fellow- ship, training in leadership, and fostering of active loyalty for their Alma Mater. Since its inception twelve years ago, Theta Delta Psi has played a leading part in the extra-curricular affairs of the Universityg the fraternity has developed men who have not only been prominent among their fellow students hut who have also become members of the University faculty and administration following graduation. Jones, Herd, Divers, Huilns, VVeaver, Kyper ...inn-W 222 THETA DELTA PSI 11111111.11111...1111.111111.11111111111111111.11111.111111.11111.1111..1111111111.111w1 11111.1.1111.11111.11111.111.1.111.11111-11111m1111.1111..11111. 1111nw11,1...1111..11111.11111mm1111.1111...1111...11111.11111...111111111111111111111111.1111-1.11111-11111.111.1111...111...1mu11...1111.11111.11.1.1111...111..111...111...111...111 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH Mil M HERS IN ,l"ACUL'l'Y ENDlC0'l"l' A. BA'1'c111c1.111c1z C. S'1'AN'1'oN B1f1.1foUK Al.l.ICN B. DIVICIQS C11A111.12s G. H Urzus, JK. C11AK1.1ss L. .HUNT A1.vA J. C11A1'1v1AN JACK T. BROWN lJ0NA1.11 R. CA1v11'111c1.1. W11.1.1A1v1 A. l'l15K1J, JK. FRANKLIN C. BKL111A1c1c1c DONAI.l3 Cow1zN Jos1s1'11 'I'. CROYLIEI, JK. JACK E. DANN1z1.s A1.1fu1s11 F. DUMP JACK H. MlI.l.IEli A1.1exAN111sK McC1.1Nc1111a RUss1c1.1. NEYMAN C. L. VAN S1cK1.1c li11wA1z11 M. L. l3URc11A1e11 RA1.1'11 B. Ross SENIORS Low1a1.1. M. J0N12s VVA1.'1'1zK STAR! WAvN1a O. WEAVER JUNIORS R. EDWAK11 ICYPER llowA1:11 W. Mo1uzAN SOPHOMORES Jo11N F. MAc:K1zv C1-1A111.1as F. NIAI F1e1s111z1z1cK J. l'A'1'1z1cK FRESHMAN Ross M. C01.v1N PLEDGES 223 llA111a1soN B. NU'1'TINlI JACKSON L. O111.12y R101-1A1e11 B. Os'rE1z1v1s1s JACK L. R0s1aN1f121.11 R1c11A1z1m SHAW Ro111s11'1' C. SLACK J0s1z11H SM1'rH N1zv1N C. Wo1.1f15 .uitmntmitmt.tt.utt,...tt....tw..w...tt V..itW.ttmittm.tmittwitw.ttwttwmmitttwitmm-ttwttttwt ttuttt.ttttitttttinttt-nttv.tw.ttw---Wt utttnttttnttttVutttmitmttttntttt.titt.mw.-n...tttt.ittttt.ttH..tttuit,mttH..ttmtttV..tttIntwwt,,.tw.ttm.- F R A T E R N I T I E S l t 1 1 tt .t E,""'lUIIw1lIiI,"' ,. l t t :r"i"Wl"i'r. v all l i I luliq: H . um mlmllrlluuuunll L t' tilt if Fir:-it Row: Johnson, Matan, Turner, Sehildecker, Jones Second Row: Murphy, Wojeinovski, McClain, Sli-inan, Kirk Tlnrd Row: Le Snenr, lfdgar, Fisk, lirittain OFFlCERS DEAN 'l'ultNme ......... ............. ..... I ' 1'f'.vidv1zl Ci-lAm.1as ScH1l.1miit'm:xe .. Ifirv-l'1'v.r1'rim1l lfiUR'l'0N joN12s ....... . .... .......... . S'rr1'clr11'y Cl.lIf'l'0N MCCLAIN .. .. C.0I'7'L'.Yf701IdiIIg Sc'c'1'cIory Romain' Wn.i.1AMs .,.... ............... 7 '1'vc1.r1u'er Ilia, WILLIAM S. Mellutov . . . . . . . . .... Faculty AlfT'Z-.Yl?1' Beta Theta Chapter of Sigma Chi, originally a local, Delta Chi, is the oldest national social fraternity on the campus, having been installed in the national organization in 1909. Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University in 1855 for the purpose of promoting a lasting spirit of friendliness among its mem- hers and of encouraging justice and scholarship. While it necessarily makes its demands, Sigma Chi stresses the rights of its individual members. There are at present ninety-threc active chapters. The colors of the fraternity are hlue and old gold. lts national publications are The 531111111 Chi Bullrlin and The Magazine of Sigma Chi. 224 SIGMA CHI i l mmm t t my nun MMM 3 M M M MMM M M M M MM M - MMMM MMM MMMM M MM MMM M MM, MMM M MMM M M M MMMM MMMM MMMMM MM MMM M MMMM M 'M'MM'M,"q'MM-''MM'N"2,WM ',',f!,! 'MMMMNM ' MM ,MMM-N M M M MM MM M M M MM M M MMM M M MMM MM M MM MM M M M M M MM M M MMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM M MMMMM MMMMMMM MMM MM MMM M M MMM MMMMMMMM M MM MM MMMMMMMMM M MMM M M M M N .M M M M wmullumi ,,, ,m. M , M . M...... Honorary Professional ll uf ii li W ff -m i u l limqllil ll if Wuunw Wllllll llul ' l lllll l 1 lil l l il ll dill 1' iili M M llA , l , l XIlll VIIIA ,VV IVIW ,VVA VvllN lll VIA4 lvll ,VI VVVA VVAA VVA lvll VVA Ill VVI , Vvvl rvvl ,,l4 yvll IIVI VIIA ,IVA X,iix IIIA i,I4 lyi , ,IA ,VVX IVIV VIVA lvl Vvll Vvli VVI VIVI VVI ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,l ,,, y y F R A T E R N I T I E s ii iliill2 lij.llllliliw First. Row: Beck, Charlcsworth, Savage, HIISZIIS, Young. Rose Sc-cond Row: Rome, Rosenhlum, Weissman, Holland, Bracken, Hamster, Reed, Hclfour Third Row: McPnrland, Goldberg, Van Nostrand, Mncliesney, Lewis. Theis The organization of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary activities fraternity for men, took place at VVashington and Lee University, with the found- ing of the Alpha Circle, in 1914. After debate the original Circle decided on a policy of expansion to national scope and established Beta Circle at Johns Hop- lcins in May, 1916. The organization now embodies 33 Circles. The Circle at 1"itt was founded in 1916 and has grown considerably from its 10 original members. ' The purpose of the organization is to recognize men who have been out- standing in college activities, and to bring together the most representative men in the various phases of college activity. It also aims to bring together members of the student body and of the faculty on a basis of mutual understanding. Omicron Delta Kappa imposes rigid requirements of outstanding participation in campus activities and scholastic standing. This includes Athletics, Social Leader- ship, Campus Publications, Forensic and other non-athletic activities. Omicron Delta Kappa chooses as its members only those men who measure up to the general ideals of the Fraternity, and of successful men throughout the world. Rose Huuus Bntclicldcr liurcliard 226 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIII IIIIIII..III..II.IIIII-IIIIIIIIII.IIIIImII.IIIII.IIIIIII.III.IIIIII..III.IIIII--IIII..IIIIII.IIII-IIIIII.III...IIII-IIIII...IIII..II,IIIIIII...IIII..IIII..III.IIIIII..III...III..IIII..II ..II...RI...III...III...II.. I ,, .III -IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII. ... I I...IIIII...III...IIIIII...I.II.IIIIIIIIIIII...IIIII...IIIIII...Im...III...II...IIIIIIIIII...IIIII...III.-II.ImIII...II...II...IIII..II...III...III...II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII N V E R 5 I T Y O F P I T T 5 B U R G H GAMMA CIRCLE OIVFICIERS CII-W'-"N F- I'II'fFl7S, ,I R. ....... ..... l'I'4'.vidvIIl I : r 3 I f -- - 1xI.I.I1 .l. . RONI. ..... ....... h , .1 ,I-6-11,-0,mfg,,, ENnIcO'I"r A. I3A'I'c11IcI.IIIzR If:lIVV:XRll M. L. BLIRCI-IARO ..... ,I. l1II.III4:R'I' QIIIOIQ .......... . .... .. ., . . . . . .S'4'I'I'ciI1I'y . . .. . . . . 7"I'FflA'Ill'l'7' lrdfllllj' Aa":'i.vI'r ACTIVE MEM IIIZRS C II ARI.Ics ,ISI-:OR GIQORGIQ BOOOS TI-IIQOIIORIQ: SAVAGII: IZIQRNARII VVINIVI' ,IIIIIN .I'IARI-s'I'IcR ROI115R'I' MACI-IIQSNIQY RI-:Ian P. ROSII: J. VVIl.l.IAIX'I TIII-:Is WII.I.IAM I-I. YOUNG AR'I'I-I IIR GOI.IIIII':RO Cl'I:XRI.l'1S IE. XIVALKIER, .I R. JACK F. IXICI.,ARl.A,Nll 'I A M Iss HOI.I.ANI1 IJ.-XVIII I-I'IWlS -IOIIN BRACRIQN, JR. AR'I' I-I lf R CII ARl.IiSWOR'l'I I EI.MI-:R ROSIQNIILUM JA M Ie:-1 VAN NOs'I'RANIm .IIICN WI-:I:ssMA'N CI-IARI.I-is G. HIICIUS, JR. 'FACULTY MEIVIIIIERS VIIQRS XIV. IXIIAMS A. H. ARMIIRIIs'I'IcR VVII.I.lAM ARTHUR IDR. jOIfI N A51-IIIROOIQ I2NIlICO'l"l' A. BATCI-I Ie1.III':R C. S'1'AN'1'oN BIcI.1fOlIR 'l'III-:OIIORIQ BIImI.Ic IDR. I. G. BOWMAN IJR. 'l'I-IuRI.Ow .BRAND WII.I.IAM li. BRINKICR IDR. CI.I1f1fORII CARLSON GIQOROIQ I. CARSON IDR.. H. E. IfRIIasI4:I.I. J. WILLIAM GOOIIY W. IJON HARRISON DR. HOWARD Klllll lEI.MI':R A. H'OI.IIROOIi IDR. VINICIQN1' W. I.AN1f'I-:AR Ii. XIVII.I.Is XIVIII'I'II:II IJR. S'I'AN'I'ON C. CRIXWFORII I IONORARY MIEAI BIC AR'I'IfIIIR Ii. IIRAUN IDR. GIQORGII: H. CI.AI'I' IJR. IOIIN M. I:l'I'ZGICRAI,Il IJR. .ISBN G. GRAIIAM RIUIIARII W. M AR'I'IN 227 S I3 I-lNl'lAR'I' IJR. . .. DR. WII.I.IAM S. IVIi'ICI.ROY IDR. GIQOROIQ MCLARIEN WII.I.IAM S. MAIILSIIY IDR. P. V. M-c1PARI.ANIm A. RAYMOND MON'I'c:OMIcRy DR. NORMAN C. OcI'IsIcNIfIIR'I' J. GII.IIIcR'I' QUICK XlVAI.'I'IiR .I. ROMII: DR. G. I.. SCIIRAMM IIAI.Ic P. SCI-IROIQIIIQI. IFRANK SIRIIQA IDR. 1... P. SIRI: DR. AI.IcxANIIIf:R SII.vIcRMAN C. V. S'l'ARRlE'I"l' IDR. -I. Ii. SlI'I'I-IIcIII.AIN1I DR. W. F. SWANSON IJR. FRANCIS TYSON JOIIN XIVEIIICR IDR. W. IH. VVRIIII-I'I' RS IDR. C. VVAI.l.AClC .IJli'I"l'Y EIUIIN I.. PORTER CIIARI.Ics NN. RIIIINOIQR IIUMIER IJ. XVII.I.IAMs CII.-xRI.Ics I.. wVOUI.IlRIIlIili ll! W li 1 lUWWNWWHHIHMWNrH I N mmull if ., ,, ,N 1 11 1 , nll ui lil 1 1, ' i ri 1ilI ii W w ff 1 M fr' fffffffiifff' First Row: Can1phell, Green, Jos. Novak, Jones. Lewis, Roll U Second Row: Cfolanty, Miller, John Novak, Tlieis, Jackson, Robbins, Wilkins Druids, national honorary activities fraternity for sophomore men, was founded at Penn State in 1907 by a group of prominent sophomores who desired to revive the traditions of the ancient Druids, a religious cult which existed in the British Isles two thousand years ago, in a fraternity the purpose of which is: "To stimulate interest in activities and to give due recognition to the Fresh- men who have been outstanding in the various university activities, and who have exhibited the qualities of leadership, scholarship, and character." The Delta Chapter of the fraternity was established at the University of Pittsburgh in 1920. Other chapters are maintained at VVashington and Jefferson, Carnegie Tech, Delaware, Alabama, Bucknell, and Franklin and Marshall. This year, in spite of the fact that Freshman Regulations, which the Druids usually helped to enforce, have been abolished, the organization has been very active in university functions. During Freshman Weelc, the Druids acted as ushers at all meetings, and also acted as Upperclass Advisers for many of the new students. On October 5, 1932, the Druids gave their annual smoker for the Freshmen. At this event the new men were acquainted with the various extra-curricular activities on the campus. Along with their other activities, the Druids sponsored, in cooperation with Cwens, the women's sophomore activities honorary, a series of tea dances. Green, Novak, Lewis, Jones 228 DRUIDS ""N'nnInnmInu mm., .. , u I II IIRRIIIIImmm...-..IIw.v.I .mum UNIVERSITY OF PIIISBURGH ImII--IIImmIImIII-.III.vuIII...IIumIIImII...IIInmIA.IIIIumII-InIIIInIIm-III.UHIImIH..W..w..4A..w ..IIII..III...III.HIII...wmw.IwI..4w.. IIIIIIWIIIIIWI I+ I. II...wW..IIIw-I., .III .I Im www Im INIIINIWIIWIIII W.IWWIIIIImIIImIIn-IIrmIIW-III...IInmIIImIII...IIul.III...IImnIIm..IIm.IIIH..IInmIII.144IImIII-um..wII.um-.4 ...HI..IIII.-AIIIIIIII-AIII..III...w..vwI.mI..Iw I.IIHII...IIA..IIImIII...IIIImmIV...III...IIIImIImuIII.RHIumIII.MIHImIIImIIImH...IIIII.IImH...III...IIII..II...III...HImIII..III...II...UII...II.HII....II.ImIny..IRmIII..III...IIII...mI...4m...4 JOSEPH F. NOVAR ....... WILLIAM H. Llzwls ......... JULES L. GREEN .............. C. CHRISTY JONES .............. THEODORE W. BIDDLIQ ........ H OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser NIARSIIALL W. BARIQR DONALIJ R. CAMPIIIQLL GIQOROIQ C. GOLANTY WILLIAM: R. HUNT WILLIAM B. JACKSON ELLSWORTII M.ILl.ICIi ACTIVE MEMBERS JOHN G. NOVAIC LOUIS P. RIQIzI5Ns'1'I4:IN IRVING D. ROBBINS GEORGE A. ROLL SI-ANLIQY F. TIIEIS LIESLII-2 C. WILKINS I-IONORARY MEMBER DR. Roscolc A. GOUOLIQR DELTA CHAPTER 229 lllll Il 7 lll li llil ll ll illli l illlllllllfll .ii i it i ii lllll ll FRATERNITIES lilllmlllli , in1-imimuii....ii...iii.Hii...iiiV...ii...iimuimiiiH.iii...iiH...iW.iW.ii....ii.Hii...iii.niimirimyiiH..iimiiii..iiWii,miiiui.1mii1.Hi1mu1.uiiiui.imiiii.uviimiii1...ii....ii...iii....ii...iiiH.iii.Hiiiimii...ii1...iii...iimiiii..iiV..iii.Nimuimii11.iiii.uiii.Hiii-.iw..w-.iw.iw- ww.. Nl + 2 V ' Front: Rosenson. Holland Rear: Voung, Coleman, Nowlln, Matteson ,IAMES C. llol.l.ANu .. HIQRNARU RosuNsoN .. Romgwr YoUNr: ...... RAvMoNn Co1.14:MAN WILLIAM MAliI.A'l"l' .. JAMES C, 'l'l0l.l,ANIJ Em:1sNn l.i.lil.l.l-EY J. M. l'lol.l,lNc:sxvole'rH Rcmisizr YoUNr: RAYMOND Cor.liMAN OFFICERS ..... .. . . . .. lJ1'l'.Y'iIlt'lIf . . la 'l't'l"'lIl'C.Yil1t'7'll . . .. ,S'm'rr'lary . . 7'1'm.v111'er . . Direclor MENIHTERS Llaleov Elucl4soN Envvmcu Now1,lN Vlt"l'C7li MA'l"I'l2StJN BIQRNARII RUSIENSUN Giioiusia llA'l'CllliR lir:N,iAM IN WiclssMAN The Unclergracluate Cap and Gown Club was organized in 1926 as an honor- ary organization to recognize men who gave meritorious service to Cap and Gown and to inspire others to strive for conspicious attainments along similar lines. Only those who have appeared in two consecutive Cap and Gown productions are eligible for election to membership. Members are chosen on the bases of per- sonality, attainment, ancl loyalty towarcl Cap and Gown. The plan for the current year is to clelinitely establish a library of past history, plots, and music for future references. The music is to be kept in a permanent hle after being reproduced on phonograph recorcls. UNDERGRADUATE 230 CAP AND GOWN CLUB IN.IIII..IIIII.,IIII.IIII..IIII.IIII..III..IIII.,II...IIIInIII..IIIII.IIIII...II.IIIWIIII.IIII...IIINIIIWIIII..IIIIN.IIII.IIIII..IIIII.,IIII.IIIIII.IIIIII.IIIII..IIIIII.,III..IIII..IIIWIIII..IIw.IIIII..II IIII..IIII...III..IIII...III,..III..III,..IIII..III UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SIGMA TAU Fi.rI-It Row: MCKI-on. Sharp, King, Currie, Bflflllllll, Buxu-I', Iirm-I-IIC, Pmf. Dvnt, Hznvvns Second Row: VVzIltvr. Monks, XA100IHllll'I1, Sclmill, MIISIIII, DZIIIIIS, Limlszly, Taylor Third Row: MIIIILZIISII, Mzlstrucci, IR-gg, Hz-ibol, MQCIIIIIII-ll, Curran, SCIIICIIKIICI' Fourth Row: MRllll'SlDll, MCCll'Il2llll'll, MIILUIIII, I'I:IvlIIk, Pllvlilll, I,IIIIInilzI'r R0IIEIe'I' T. HAIINUIII IQIIMIINII C, HIIEENE JAMES H. BAx'I'IaIe .. ALLAN A. CIIIIIHE .. IIEIIIIEIVI' A. KINII .. 'l'II0MAs F. SHAIII' .. I'ImIf. J. A. DENI' .. PAUL L. LUMNI'I'zEII WILLIAM WAI.'I-me JAMES S. BLACK ALAN H. GEIIIIEII LEIINAIIII Illl, E. II. R. PEIII: KENNli'l'lI M. PE'I'EIIs Iil.I.I0'I"I' W. AIASON K. U. ScIII.EN'I'NEI: PAUL F. PIIICLAN ., V' 14Icf:I-:I.x' Il. Sl'.'Xl7l.IJlB1 llAIcoI.II SVIIAILL VV. R. IIAVLAIQ JOSEIIII MAS'l'Iillf'Cl G. AIITIIIIII XAIICIHI JOSEIIII IJALLAS AlIfII's'I' MII'I"I'I.AII Q 1 OFIFICERS SENIORS JUNIOIIS 231 . . . . .. l'I'1'.fid1'IIl I 'iff'-l'I'r'.vI'fiI'1If C'orI'f.I'lIo1Id:'IIy Srfwlary . ..... . . . . . .. 7'l'l'fl.Y1U'l'I' . . lfl'l'0I'lHllfj .S'rI'I'I'IaI'y .......... Hi.vr0I'ifIII .. .'ldv1'.wI' RALPH W. MIINIQS VlL"I'0ll E. AIA'I"rESoN JUIIN DEVVI'I"I' JOSEPH Ii. LINDSAY WII.I.IAIvI MCICICCJN l2EIe'I' VVIIIIIIIIIIIIN JOHN lXI,l'CI,lCNAHI'IN JEIIIILIE HEIIIEI.I. HOMEII COLLINS J. EIIWAIIII 'I'AYI.oII RIIIIIQIII' IXIcCoNNEI.I. JAIIIEE EISLEII HEIINAIIII CUIIIIAN KENNICTII IIIISI' PHILIP SmI'I'II EIIGENE Sc'o'I"I' G. M. l'IENIIEIIsoN l:xl:'lll"u:lIIIllIIIIlIIlllIIIlll:::l:: lllII ll ill illll ' l l l -mnl-- F R A T E R N - I I f S. yyyyyyyyyy ll ... ..... First. Row: Muclmw, Feekc, Daugherty, Rlioarls, Heineman Second Row: Zimbcr, Lang, lireclxt, Hunter, Scott, Torrence Third Row: Francis, Davis, Coleman, Falke, Driscoll Alpha Kappa Psi, the first national professional fraternity in Commerce, was founded on October 5, 1904 at New York University. The fraternity now includes 56 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada. Delta Chapter was founded in the Downtown Division of the University on june 10, 1912 and from that time until 1920 its membership was drawn entirely from the Down- town Division. That year the scope of the fraternity was expanded to include members from the campus School of Business Administration. Tn the fall of 1930, the fraternity instituted a program to which business men of the city were invited. This undertaking' was so successful that in 1931 a more compre- hensive weekly program was introduced and the fraternity announced its meet- ings to the public as the "Pitt Business Men's Luncheons". Men who were leaders inftheir respective fields of business were brought from different sec- tions of the country to speak on timely subjects. The objects of the fraternity is to further the individual welfare of its membersg to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and linanceg to educate the public to appre- ciate and demand higher ideals thereing and to promote and advance in institu- tions of collegiate rank, courses leading' to degrees in Business Administration. OfFicers: Mucllow. Fecke, Daugherty, Rlioads. Heineman, Francis 232 ALPHA KAPPA PSI mmm .umm mumIInumInmIIn-IIImIIImIImIIInIIImIIInIIImInuIIImImnIIInIIImIIm.Im.III..IIm.IInuIInnIIImIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I-III.-.III-.IIN -IIIWIIIIIIIIII IIAIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .IIImIIInIIImIIInIIImIIInIIIInIIImIIInIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIII .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII.IIII..IIII..IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII.IIIIII..IIII..IIII.-IIIImIIIIIIIIImIIIMIIR-IIRRIIImIIII..IIIII.IIII.IIIRRIIIIRIIInIIIInIIImII...II.IIIIINIInIII-IIIInIII.RIII..III..III-.IIII..III..III..IIII..III U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H OFFICERS . WAYNE F. DAUGIIERTY ........... ..... P Wfideflf JOHN M. RHIIAIIS .... .. Vive-Pre.ridcnt WILLIAM C. FECKE .. .... Secretary A. If. LIEINEMAN .... .. Tm-aI.vu1'c1' WILLIAM WORCESTER .. Advixor FACULTY MEMBERS CHARLES C. SIIEIIPARIJ J. G. QIIICR WILLIAM WORCESTER MILES H. JONES C. L. VAN SICKLE ROIIERT D. AYIEIQS TIIERON G. C0UNcILoR J. LLOYD MAIIONY GRADUATE MEMBERS ENDI'Cll'I"l' A. BATQIIELITER IUAVID R. FALK ROIIERT C. ADRENNAN WILLIAM' P. FRANCIS FRANCIS X. DRISCOLI. JOIIN M. RHOAD5 UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS JAMES L. COLEMAN, JR. JAMES R. COLLEIIGE WAYNE F. IDAUGI-lI'IR'l'Y WALTER G. DAVIS LOUIS C. DETCI-I W1I.I.IAM C. FECKE A. F. HEINEMAN, JR. WILLIAM F. ITIOPPMAN ,TACK LANG HARRY S. IVIIIJGIELY DELTA CHAPTER WILLIAM C. MUCITIJW A. C. NALEPA G. JERRY O,BRII5N ROIIERT W. TQRRENCE CI-IARLES W. WAL14I'1R EARL A. ZIMIIER LOUIS F. BRECHT LIIRENZO CRAIG, JR. RAI.1'IT W. HUNTER CLIIFFORIJ R. ROMIG :HAROLD N. SCOTT 233 " lIllllllllilllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll li:I1I1IIlI1IIiulililulilIllIl1III'l::i ll -llflnazaui.im::::::2li W Wlllllllllllllllillulllilllllllllllli ' ilii 'N liiilliii lil, Q it ii viii ! wlliii F R A T E R N I T I E S l lli ilil IIlllIIlllllllIIlllllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll- .. ,. i.w..iwWm...iwiiii.iiiiH.iiiii.iiiV..iiH.iiiHliilV..iimyiiN.iii.iiiiNiiiH.iiii..iil1.1lmiiii.iiii.ViiiiH.iiiitiii,..iiiV.iii.HWil,,.,,,,..ii,,. i.fwi.mWwi..ii iniii1.1iiliniilH.illHilllWiil,Hilll..ii,,.iiw.wi.iw.iiiiV..iii.iiiiH.iiiN.iiiV.i1iV..illuiiii,.w.iw-Wiiw -H First Row: Ramik. Patrik, Thomas. Klein, Petrnglia Second Row: Groli, Kurtz, Lewis, J. G. Novak, J. lf. Novak Third Row: Estep, Chri:-itman, Fawcett, Patterson Chi Rho Nu, men's honorary pre-medical fraternity, was founded as the Chiron Club in May, 1922, and officially recognized by the University of Pitts- burgh the following year. lt was the outgrowth of various pre-medical organ- izations that had been in existence from time to time since college work was made a pre-requisite for entrance into medical schools. In january, 1930, the name of the organization was changed from the Chiron Club to Chi Rho Nu fraternity. Membership is restricted to pre-medical students selected on the basis of scholarship fthe standard Scholastic requirement being a 2.00 or "B" average,j character, and participation in student activities. The program of the fraternity consists of an annual trip through the Medical School for all pre-medical stu- dentsg trips to the leading hospitals in the city to witness major clinicsg an annual inspection ,of the VVestern li'enitentiary, Mayview, and other institutions in the Pittsburgh areag lectures by various doctors and professorsg monthly meetingsg smokersg and an annual spring dance. The object of the organization is to en- courage the formation of acquaintances and friendships among pre-medical studentsg to promote the general welfare of the membersg to urge the members to be governed in their work by the highest ideals, and to stimulate a more active interest in the medical profession. Officers: Patrick, Tliomas, Klein, Petrzigliai 234 CHI RHO NU Im .II . . I In .I mmmwmv-www UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH .-mmmm. mmmufmmIUIIIIIWIIIIIIII. -mm ....w..w....H w,....I InmIIn-II...RI1...Imnm..m...m...m.. UnmIumH...I...UII...I...NI-.mImI..wI...4I. PRESTON W. THOMAS ...... VVALTIER ICLEIN ....................... ANGIQLO A. P14:'I'RAGLIA ....... DAVID PATRICK ..................... DR. A. B. WALGRIIN ........ EDWARD BR12'I'IIAu1cR ALmaR'r CH RISTMAN IQEGIS A. CONNELLY PAUL R. Es'r15I2 RODIIRT M. FAvy'c1z'I"1' ROBERT H. GROII EUc:1f:N1c V. JOHNSON M. M. ICIRK J. E. ICURTZ WILLIAM I-I. LEWIS OFFICERS MEMBERS .wI...1 IIuwmmmu.,mmIII....m.wIm.II...HImmmm.ImmI...HIIIW...RII...-II...-Im...III...IH...mmI...-M...H...IH...,.......M....I...Im-I.IIn-.mm-lmummmIm.III..-N..-.....-......II.....In...ummlmmmm..-....... President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser CLAUDE MCKEE R. D. Nuns JOHN G. NOVAIC WILLIAM B. PA'r'I'1zRsoN JOSEPH QUASIINOCIC O'r'rO IQAIWIK H. L. RIVA CQIEORGE M. SMILKA ROBIQRT TAYLOR JOSIQRH F. NOVAK R. W. MCDERMOTT HGNORARY MEMBERS DR. G. C. WI-:IL 235 DR. W. S. MCELLROY iinullllgllllllllllllllllllllllllnli in Imwlllmllllllllilw' , i i .iiiWiiiii.iiiimiWiiii.ni..wu.m..wiiiriwiwiiiitiiiHriiiiiiiii.4iii..iiiiuiiiii.iiiniiiiiniiiiniii1.iiiiniiiitiin.iiii1.iiiiiiiiiniiii..iiiWiii.-iiwiiiwm-nwiii iitiiiiiniiii.1iii..iiii1.iiii..iiiiniii1.iiw.iiii..iiii..iiii.-iiiHiiiniiiiiinii.Hiiiiniiiiniii.iiiiinwmiiii.w.iiiii with ,i iq X, 1 t i f lily, ll ,li ll ill ini' l i ii iiliiill F R A T E R N I T I E s 'l ilillwi iiimriiVH.iiiiHiiiiniiiV..iimiiiiiiiiii..iiiV..iiiiniiiiniii1.iiiiniii1itiiW11i1-1iii1iiii1iiiimriiiiniiH.iiiWiii1iiiii1.iii1iiiii1.iiiwwi.iwwiw.winwiiiwwMW iiiiiii..iiw.iw1.iiiitiiii1.iiiii.iiii.iwill-riiii.iiii-iiii1.iiiiitiiiiitiiiV..iiii.4iiiitiiiiniii..iiw.iiw.4w..iiw i -- Top Row: Carlin, Pnrrison, Hatcher, Thomas, Busliyeapger Third Row: Voegtly, O'Brien, Hogue, Kallfelz Second Row: Kzunennr, Hunt, Black, Johnston, Matteson First Row: Mair, Powell, Maj. Schrader, Natali, Graff Scabbard and Blade is a society of cadet ol'l'icersg a national honorary mili- tary society with subordinate organizations, called Companies, at several univer- sities and colleges which have departments of military science and tactics. The organization of Scabbard and Blade was the result of a feeling on the part of a number of college men that such a society was necessary to develop and foster the ideals and practice of military education in the United States. These ideals were to be particularly fostered in the various colleges and universities in which military science and tactics was a part of the curriculum. To satisfy this need, live of the held officers of the University of VVisconsin regiment organized in 1904 what is now known as A Company, First Regiment, Scabhard and Blade. Since 1904 eighty chapters have been formed in various universities and colleges. In 1929 Alpha Delta lipsilon, the military fraternity at University of Pitts- llllfgll, petitioned the National Society of Scahbard and lllade for membership and on May 28, 1929, lb Company, 7th Regiment, Scahbard and lllade was in- stalled at this university. ' The Society, as a whole, has attained a position among' patriotic organizations which makes it possible to render a very important service in furthering' its basic objectives. Muir, Powell, Natali, Graff 1 236 SCABBARD IllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllill AND BLADE um H.. . .. u mm UJJH-H1umHJtmJHmu1um1inJ1J..HJL..J1um1tmJUIn11N.JH.R11WU.HE..-1N...411.lm1L...11vmHtm1JInHtm1Juw1.H11...R11.RJHmt11um11HJ1Hw11.RJHtm11H.Hm..m..1w...w...1 .-NJtmJmnJ1..m..w...w..w-.1 GEORGE J. POWELL ...... FRED G. GRAFF ......... DEAN J. NA'l'ALI ..... ERNEST E. MAIIQ ....................... MAJKJIQ O. H. SCHRADER .,..... JAMES S. BLACK WILLIAM IE. BUSUYEAGICR VVILLIAM P. CARLIN F RED G. GRAFF GEORGE A. HA'1'ClIliR RICHARD F. HOGUE CHARLES L. HUN'l' ROBERT L. JOHNSTON FRANKLIN A. ICALLFELZ D COMPANY, 7th REGIMENT m..,.n....m ...Ht .1 wr mm 11mm1JmuJ1.um1nu1nm1H.JU...JN..1W...JV...HH..11.H1JW-11...JH...1H..J.....w..4m..m.mlm--U---.mm .mum .mmm-.H m...m...m..-H... ...J1H..w.m...w...w.-w mum UNIVERSITY OF P I mmm. H-um-.Jw mum 18144 Hi -' :- - W5 . L V fn OFFICERS MEMBERS 237 T T S B U R G H First Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant First Sergeant Faculty Director JOHN M. ICAMEMAR ERNEST E. MAIR V1C'l'OR E. MA'1"l'liSON DEAN J. NA'1'Al.I ROBERT C. O'BR1EN JULIUS M. PARISSON GEORGE J. POWELL PRESTON W. THOMAs JOHN H. VOEc:'rLv -..luuu1lIEEE::::lillllllllslllmllllllliiiuuulnnnuu .. 1ll::::lll-iml:::::lll -rwlllltlltllllllllmlllIIIllllIImI llh gl f ll 1 l ll II 1 1' wi ll! rw 1 uiijlli .mlfll l, ll 1-'ll 1, 1 Viv: ll 1 ll, 1 1Ml'lmwl W1 1 li 'll l lll il lllll l l F R A T E R N I T I E S ' 1 1 3 - IIIIlIIHlIIIIlIIIIIIIIlIllIIHlIIllllIIllIIlBIIlIIIlIllllUlllIlL. ,,.,,,,.,,, Top Row: McClelland, Oakley, Blakely, Raybaulzl Second Row: Anderson, Bush. Su-panovitelx. Ehnut, Br-ck First Row: Sessa, Quattroechi, Slick, Str-rrett, Reilly, Nixon l'hi Alpha Theta was founded March 14, 1921, at the University of Arkansas by Dr. N. A. Cleven. Soon afterwards Dr. Cleven came to Pittsburgh, where, under his leadership, the Beta Chapter was founded March 14, 1922. Since its inception, l"hi Alpha Theta has expanded to fourteen chapters. lt is incorporated under the laws of 1"ennsylvania, and holds biennial conventions. 'l'hree of these have been held in l'ittsburgh. Phi Alpha Theta was organized for the primary purpose of recognizing excellence of work done in the lield of history and for the diffusion of historical knowledge. Candidates for membership must have at least 12 semester hours in history, although lleta requires 18, with grades averaging between the highest and the next highest grades of the working scale. ln addition, undergraduate candidates must maintain a general average of the second highest grade in at least tvvo-thirds of the remainder of their work. The candidates must have completed one-half of the requirements for the masters degree, at least half of which must have been earned at the University of Pittsburgh. Ss-ssa, Quattrocchi. Slick, Su-rrl-tt, Reilly, Nixon 238 PHI ALPHA THETA itIiiIIIMI..-iimiiiiiw..-.ii .I MnIin-AIIinIwi.IImyiiinIII1.Iin-4II...IiiInIIIuiiiinIImiiiniIIIiiIM-iIIinIM-4IIinIiiniIIIuiIINMII..IIWiI...IInmII...Iii.iiIII.HiiIV..II...iiImiIumII.BIiiI..III.IIiiInM.iM.1M.M.i IIII.IIii.-M..M.M.MinII..M..M.M.M-.ii .IIIImiIII.RIIIImiIIii..IIII...IIIimIIIIinIIIii...III...IIIII...IIIimIIimIIN.IIIIinIIII.IIIIimIImiIII..IImiIII.III...III.HIIinIII..IImyIII-.IIII..IImiII...III..III.iiIIIII.IIII..IIIB..IIII..IM.Ai..M..M... UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH .mmIIiiIIImi.IIIiimilMiumniiwii OFFICERS DR, N. IXNDRICVV N. CLIEVIEN IIIIiniiIni-II--.4IV..IIiniiImiImilII..IIwwImiIii.iiImiIiniiM-III--AII-iiIumIII-IIiiinIII..IIINiii.HIIM.iimyIIBmII.RImilIII..IM..IImliiH..IIlimImlImilii-.limi-.M.ii IIB..IIlmIImiII...IIinIII.iiIIinB.M..M..M-4 WM. .HMM II...II,I.RIIII...IIIimIIImiIII...IIii...IIBmIIII...IIIM..II,miII,imII,miIII.HIIi...M...M..iB..iIIimImiIII.,IIH..III...II...IImiII...III..IIII..IImiImiIIimII...III...IImeIimIM..B.Mi..M..1i UF BETA CHA PTE R SISWICLI. lu. SLICK ........................... . EULALIA SCIIRANM ............,.... MAIQY lf. STlERRIC'l"I' ............ ANNA QUA'l"l'ROCCllI ........... .FRANK ROW MAN SEssA .......... , LILY LEE NIXON ........................ JOIIN F. .RICILLY .................... Perma11e11t H 01'I01'07'y President President lf''LCL'-P1't'S1lft'1I'f 1'1'esin'emf Elect Seerelary-T1'easm'er Recording Seerelary Historian. and Press Rejvresewzitative . ..................................... Keeper of Records HGNORARY MEMBERS Honorary Members of Phi Alpha Theta are proposed by chapters and elected by the National Council. Beta has the following' lrlonorary Members: . CITARLICS I'IIQNRY AM BLI-:B VVTLLTAM JACOB I'I0l.l.AND SOLON JUSTIN Rock VVTLLTAM I'IUNG MRS. N. A. N. CLEVICN JAMES ALEXANDER ROBERTSON DIXON RYAN Fox JAMES PIOWARD ROBINSON VVESLI-:Y MAIQSII GICWICIIR JAMES A. VVOODBURN CITARIJICS HOWARD lVlCILVVAIN SCHOLARSI-TIPS Beta has given four Senior Scholarshiim Awards. VIRGINIA Black: .................................... 1930 ROBERT MCCLURKIN ....... ...... l 931 JAMES F. REED ................. ...... l 932 ISADORE ELRIND ....... ...... l 933 CHAPTER ROSTER fllplza ....... ...............,............................................................. U nivcrsity of Arkansas Beta ............ Gamma Delta ...... ffffffff Epsilon Zeta ............ lita .......... Tlzela ........ lola ......... Kappa .......... l.amlm'a ....... Wlu ......... Nu . ...... .----- - Az ....... BETA CHAPTER University of l"ittsburgh University Of Pennsylvania Florida State College for VVomen University of 'Illinois . .......................... Ohio State University Southern Methodist University Denison University Colorado State Teachers College Muhlenberg' College Kansas State Teachers College Arkansas State Teachers College Oklahoma Agricultural QQ Mechanical College 'Southern California University 239 'llllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll 1 llllilmlmllmllmimull' ll iliii' ll i flimllingdlmlumlll ll nm' V i ii it ii.. will ll -"' H lllll ""' ' llll? iiii 1 i ,, ,4 , ......,.,..... nunuw il i,. ..ll ii.i4imiiwm .ww miimiiwiw mimiiii...ii. w..ii.mW WW. iiwwiiwiiw mlm. .mi..iii...ii,. WW iiiwimimw .Wil -,ww Top Row: McClurkin, Sessa. Garber, Palmisano Second Row: Minardi, Schimmel, Husser, Hargrave First Row: Barth, Johnson, Van Der Hoeren, Lustman, Staples Beta chapter of Sigma Kappa Phi, national honorary language fraternity, has been established at the University of Pittsburgh since 1921. Sigma Kappa Phi, unlike other language fraternities which limit their membership to the field of the romance languages or that of classical languages, admits students from every language field, providing they have evinced marked ability in the study of foreign languages. lt has waived this distinction, because its leading objective is to promote world fellowship. Accordingly, it has a three-fold aim, to promote a high standard of scholarship among students in departments of foreign languages, to study the language, history, geography, literature, and customs of foreign peoplesg and to create a spirit of unity and cooperation among the students pursuing such courses. The local chapter has endeavored to realize 'this objective by admitting to membership only those students who have achieved a high standard of scholarship, by holding monthly dinner meet- ings, to which speakers are invited, and by offering the annual "open house" at which all language clubs are asked to contribute to the program. All the members of the language faculty and alumni of the organization cooperate with the active members in every way. Johnson, Van Der Hoeven, Lustman 24.0 SIGMA KAPPA PHI "HH 1111. 1 1 11111111 1111111 11111111111-.11 11111.111111111 111..1111..111. BETA CHAPTER 111..111...111. 111.111 1111.R111.R11 R111..11111.11 1-11.111m111 C1.A1R1-: VAN IJER I-l01zv1aN . E1.1zA111a'r11 llnlss ....... C1.A1a11c Rosle LL1s'1'1w1AN .. l'11o1f, VV. H. S1-1E1:mN .. UNDER RUTH S'1'A1'1.1es E11N1c1a McC1.UR1i1N FRANK S1cssA C11AR1.1cs H111-NRR 111512111-11011-: I'A1.1111sANo MARc1c1.1.1c H11ss1sR MAIKY GAR111cR I JoR0'r1-1 Y I-IARc:RAv1c MARY A111a1,1c n.1111111111. 11...111,...111 OFFICERS GRADUATE W11....-.1111111....111 .11 1... 1111111 1111 .11111.11111.111111.11111-111.1111.1.11111111.111111.1111.11111.1111.111111.111.111111.111.1111.1111111.111...R11...1111.1111.11111.1111R.111.111111.1111-.1111-111111.11111.111...1111.1111.1.1my-111.11111.-.111-.11 1.1111111111.111RR11R1111.111111111.--111.1111111111111 R111...111H..1111-.1111.1111111.1111mn111.11111...R1111.1111R...11111.111111.111.11111.1111R.1111.1111.111111.11111.11111.111.1.11.11111.111...111R.111...1111.111.R111.1111.11111..111..1111...w1..11 UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH I'1'c.v1'd1-111 . . . . . . . Ifice-Prc.vidvz1t . . . Src1'cla1'31-Trv11.furcr MEMBERS W11.1.1AM M1'rc1-11c1.1. IWARIE R'llCI.Cl'llCR MAlillf2 Cl'IUN'l'0FUSKY CSENE Cl'll'l'l . Ad1':'.mr C1.A1R1': VAN IJICR I-To1cv1-:N SARA11 jo11NsoN lfl.lZ.'XlllC'l'll I-l1c1ss CLA1R14: R. L11s'1'MAN JEAN D1-:1111.1sR GRADUATIQ MEMBERS H11.1wA SC1-111111111c1. M. ELRANOR HEIQVIQY DoRo'1'11 Y F111.1v1 ER C1ac1a1.1A 1'A1-1fARoD1s E1.1zA111c'1'11 BARNJVIART Br.ANc1I1c MCR41Ll.EN G14oRG1z EDSON W. W. M11.1.ER 241 O'1"1'o TR1c1asc 1 1 1 NGRR SAM I'AsQUAR1s1.1.1 E'r111c1. CA1x41'111c1.1. ALMA 1-'Rov1NI C. L1Ns1cN111c1.1aR MARc:AR1c'1' BliI.'l'Z E'1'H1z1. McA1.oRN1zY CMRSJ 1X'IA111e1,A1N1f R1zvNu1 11s llllllllllllllllllllllllllullllllllllilllllllllllllwllll iallllllliiuiimllmllilulllllillllll C lziil, ll l r l F R A T E R N I T I E s i llillii First. Row: Mcliinniss, Collins, Neebe, Tents, Blatt, Rayboiilgl Second Row: Horbaly, Early, Veargers, Mirbacli, Sessa, Phillips, Berman Pi Tau l'hi is the honorary scholastic fraternity of the College. lts object is to unite into a fraternity those students who have, by their scholastic attain- ment at the University of Pittsburgh, shown themselves capable of intellectual achievement. Pi Tau Phi was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1925 as a result of a dinner held in the spring of that year by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Association of University Professors and the Honor Graduates Association of the University in honor of the students in all schools of the University who ranked highest in their academic records. Until last year, this fraternity' had extended membership to eligible students of all schools. How- ever, as each of these schools except the college had its own professional frat- ernity, Piv Tau Phi now restricts membership to students in the College. lts function of honoring worthy students has broadened to include an active, stim- ulating program for its members with the help of Dr. Omar C. Held and Pro- fessor George Carver, faculty advisers. Pi Tau Phi has this year carried out a vital program of discussions on subjects covering the modern trends in various lields of knowledge. Ofliecrs: Veargers, Nei-lie, 'l'i-ats, Early 242 Pl TAU PHI ...NHHN-.www III.....mA .. .. H A I. mu .IH um mlImmIumIumm..w..II...-mmIummmIlmInmmmumunuum mmnmmmI...UIH..ImuIH..IH...I...HIIm.IumIumIIunInu-Irm.mmmnImm.umH...II....m..II..w.. .14mmIm.IH..Inmum-...II....II....I....I.....1 ...IIIm...Im.IIIumIumImmmmI...m.....ImmIuumIm.I...HInmmmmmnmInmIImlmmummm...ImuIH..I...HIm-IIn..I...HH...mmI...I.....I...HImmmmI...UI.HAII.InIIH..II..-NIm..I...E.,....m..w...m... UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH IIIwwwwwwwm. umm m.w...w-.- ..m...m..w www-.II I...Iw..w.., m...m.wI-I VVILLIAM NEICIRE ..... . FRANK Y'l'IARGlCRS ........ FLORENCE RAYBOULD ..... JEAN TEA'rs .....,. DONALD EARLY ...... NA'l'lIAN BICRMAN GIENEVIISVE BLA'r'r MARJORIE COLLINS DONALD IEARLY EI.IZABli'l'Hi GRIQENWOOD WILLIAM HOIQBALY, JR. 'EUNICE MCCLURKIN ELIZABICTII MCIq.INNISS SIDNEY MIIQBACII VVILLIAM NIEIEBIE Annu mmm I-mm OFFICERS MEMBERS I...wI-.mm m...m...A. lm.. w...A.wm I.--m..m..-U ...-II..AMmII...m..wI.ImI..wnmII...II.nfIHIIHI.-4w...m... P1'CS1:lZ'1.'7lIf Vice'-Pofesirlenf Sccrctary Secretary Trcasurcr JOSICPII PIIILLIPS FLORENCE RAYBOULD FRANK SESSA JEAN TI-:A'rs FRANK YICARGIQIZS EUGENE COLEMAN PIIYLLIS CooK G. VVASIIINGTON MAliSll'1fIkII.D DAVID ORRINGER IERNICWI' PI,ESSlE'l"l' JOHN TOIiRl'INCI'Z 243 IllilllllllIllIIIIIIIIUIIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' iiiiiii"u"'W""""""""'u'ii c lh:Lllliw'liliiiiiiiM ll. ll ill ill iii , WM, W iilim ,..il.ll+..'F1.F,lml ll illi, ...MIFIIMI F R A T E R N I T I E s Illl n liilll lfiiiiilifi XWXXXWXXXHXXXHHXXXHXXXWXXXWXXmXXXWXXXHXXWXXm,,ml,x,NMWMWN,H,,,M,,,H,,,W,,,,H,,,W,,m,,,W,,W,,m,,,W,,M,,,W,,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,NH,,ml,,ml,,,,H,,lm,,,H,,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,W,,,H,,ml,,W,,,m,nm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Top Row: Haverty. Kurtz, Jackson. Currie, Robeson, Mills, Smith Fourth Row: McCormick, Natali, Henrlf-rson, Fiok, Black, Miller. Pace, Frnhottn, Hilton Third Row: Makil, Carlin, Foreman, Weitersliausen, Strong, Holbrook, Conti, Wilson, Hcintzclmnn, Christman Sgcgnd Rowg Kqnng-dy, Holt, Barth, Milligan, Husband, Wyeth, Schuill, Bretliauer, Savage, O'Neill, Wzisel First Row: Warren, Matteson, Hahn, Conners, Roll, Havlak, Lt. Tredcnnich, Powell, Baker, Quuslinoh, McFz1rl:inrl, Rosenfeld G. I. POWELL . J. B. lloumoox A. A. Cornelia . J. N. NIACKIL . LniU'riaN.'xN'r D. W, R. IIAVLAK G. A. Nou. MQ W. BAKER . A. A. Comma . C. XV. I.. lroinsm F. ll. lln.'roN . OFFICERS .... .. Pl'L'.S'il1'!?l1l . . . ...... Vice-Pfmxvideazl . . . . Svcrclary- Trcasurm' Social C1llIi7'111,lHL C. 'INRIZIJICNNICK .. . . . . . . .. fldlfixor CADIZT OFFICERS . . ......... , . ........... ......... C afflain .. l"i1'.vl Livzzlvnrnzl Second 1.irulcl1a11.l .. ..... First SC'1'fjCfl1lf AN .. Jznzior Sfrozzzl l.i!'llfI'lI!lIll lmiior Srcolzd l.il'1lf0IIlIlIf The Pitt Rifles was organized on May 3, 1932 as the outcome of a unit of the R.O.T.C. known as the Model Drill Platoon. The Pitt Rifles is an honorary military society of cadets organized to promote efficiency in close order drill by affording the members an opportunity to receive additional instructions and practice. The organization represents the University Cadet Corps on special occasions and acts as a military guard of honor when necessary. The corps practices a silent drill, in which the whole platoon maneuvers entirely without commands. This drill is given before the Government Inspection Omcer in the spring. 244 PITT RIFLES UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 1111111111111111111111 11. 11111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-11111111111111111111111111.1111.1111111111111111111111.1111.1111.11111 111 1111 11.111111 1 1111111111111111111111111111111.11111.111111111 1111111111111 111111. 111111111111 11 11111 1 .111111 1 1111 111111111111111111111.11111..111111111111111 1111 111111111111111111 1111111 111111111 1 1111 111 11 1 1 11111111111 First Row: Roche, Snxvyer, Breen, Pres., Guley, Ross Second Row: Gmlclt-ss, Iless, Iluvens, liom-gel, Dunkle, Cui-mn, Su-inzxckvr OI7lflCliRS 1':llMONll C. IIluci1:Nl2, ju. .. ...... l'ri'.1'z'rli-ul Ilwm NV. Sfxwvlcic ,,,.,., I'irv-l'1'v.ric1'i'11t J. W. Rovllic ..,.. .. .S'rt'rvlf1ry-'l'1'm.1-:ln-r IQALMI ll. Ross .. ......... llz'.1-101-54111 R. M. 1il.mXCIi .. .... lfurlzlly .'l!l"I1'1.fl'l' AC'I'IV.Ii M IEMIRIERS lX'I.-xrmcila J. Boi-11:1-31. iii-:Nl-1 Clxlmi-:ss R.XI.I'II li. Ross ICnMoNn C. liRl'1I'1NI-I, bln. .lumix T. ti.1xl.1-:Y ,l. W- N'lf"ll'3 Ili-:ieN.1xium CIIRILXN .Xxnmcw C, lfliwl-:Ns lhvin NV. Sixwviau Ilowmm llivwluiz llxluw I-llcss NORNNN 5'l'1'3lNM'Nl'3R IVIICMHICRS ON 'I'IIIE I5ACUl,'I'Y IlI1i.1xN :X. ll1lI.I!RUIlli XV. ll, I,iI11.xl.Y ll. l.l-1IGII'I'UN Illc. IQ. I,. JXIIICI. Ibn, S. I.. Gooimua RAl.I'lI li. Ross ll. LXI. llisfxcli Amman-:xv C. I'I,.wlcNs R. lf- SIIICRRIIIIA Ilia. I. l. fi.XRIIl'ISL'l' lQoswm.i. ll. .loimsom llu. S. I.. tioolmlii-1 The Signizt Gzuninu lipsilon lfrziternity was founclecl at the 11nivei'sity of Kansas on Mzircli 30, 1915. The I-Ietu Cliziptei' of Siginzi fizuninzi Iipsilon was established at the Univer- sity of Pl'f1'S1Jl11'g'll on Uecemhei' 15, 1915. The fi':1te1'nity has for its ohjeet the social, scholastic, :intl seientilie zulvzince- ment of its niemhersg the extension of the relations of frienclship :mil assistance between the universities and scientiiic schools with reeognizecl stzincling in the United States and CZl.llI1t1ZlQ and the uphuilcling of ll national college society cle- voted to the zulvnneement of Geology, Mining, Metzlllurgy, :mtl COININCITQ. SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON 2.15 .lmW...I.WAI.uiImuII.IlimAImiIwiIImilIwiInmIwiIInIiInmnmInmumIInuImmAllIIniIm..ImimmIwiIlinIIAHW.ImmmiIImm...Immmummm.-.Will IiIIIWII.uiII....II.miI...III..I.II.Hm...w.Iw.AI...iIimIImiIIImInuIIimIImiInl.IIinImmmiiwiilwl .I .1 I 'II III I 'I III II II 'IIIIIIIIII IIIII ,Timqlwmlmqmlmnlli V I Im I III1 I I I Ilnllllllllmluqlllllllllllq 1 :: I-I ':::. II I IIII I M. IIIIIIII F R A T . R N . T . . S III jpffjppffffpff ...IW..I.ImIImiIImiII.I-IIIIuiIIIIIIImiInmII.I-IImiIImiIIinIImiIII.III..II.HIIII..IImiIIInIIW-IIIHIIIWIImiIH..II...IIW.IIW.III..IIA..IIIuiIIAIIIInIImiIIH...mmII...IIIImIIIInIIIuiIIU..II...II.miImiIIII..IIIH.IIIH.III..III...II...IIInIIII..IIII..IImiIII-I.IIII.IImiW-Iw..Iwmwm I...w..I Psi Omega, national professional dental fraternity, was organized at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery on March 2, 1897. The purpose of the Fraternity is to promote the social qualities and abilities of its members and to exert its iniluence for the advancement of the dental profession. In 1897 the Fraternity established the Nu Chapter of Psi Omega. The magazine of the Fraternity is The Fffaterg the colors are blue and white. OFFICERS JAMxas G. VAN .NllS'I'liANIl ................ Ilalelalzm' S. DIQARTI-I ..... Romiivr W. LL:Nns'rRoM .... llAROl.lJ R. Svvlimio ..... S'rAN1.1zv VAN WAGNIQR .... Du. W. F. SxvANsoN .... SENIORS S. J. Homllclc j. R. LANU Ii. W. BICRIQICIZIIJC C. F. CA:-1'1'o H. E. lJl'I"l'MAR I-l. B. lfvrcn C. W. Gl.0'1'Flil.'l'Y WM. GRAY NV. P. Glulflfvrll C. A. HAlNAl1'l' In l.. CoNuA1i ,l. W. lJAvls ll. S. lJicAu'1'1r J. C. fiOURI.liY, ju. VVM. Al.1.1soN WM. .lllSH'I'0N IIWIGIIT ANmclzsoN C. A. l3RowN li. j. l3UMu.l.iclz J. R. DowNs A. R. FRASER G. G. GLI-:NN C. G. LIllllI'Il.l. W. li. MCANIQNY R. W. l..UNlws'1'Rom lf. C. l.U'l'x J. B. NIATI-IEISON W. G. lllflilflflill R. l'. Rosle PI. W. SH I vuav ,IUNIORS . l.. O. Hlcoxlelz K. L. LizoNA1m li. H. MAiqmvsN1 PRE-JUNIORS IJ. I. l-u'rulcR ,l. ji. M I KICSIC ' PLEDGES j. L. NlACKOWN W. A. .RIEICIIHNIEACII ll. I-I. SMITH S. J. WII.IJliN A. I. X!Vll.l.lC'l'S FRANK Kosmclz C. j. Kuonow' A IJ. ,I. Clmssml 246 Grand Maxim' Junior Jlflaslcr ..,... Sfcrelary . . . . . . . . 7l1'!'!l.S'1tI'!'I' lrlouxc Managm' ....l1effuly Cozmvillor B. A. Smvmzs W. G. S'rAvnU1lAu ll. R. Sumsmto J. G. VAN NLJS'l'liANlJ S. VAN WAr:N15lc l-l. A. Wbilmm-1 J. A. VVHITIQ C . . 11. Wxi.soN C. F. MelJ1f:1uxio'1"1' . lf. 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I , I, - P ko' l W 5 J unruly 'C P U , htyl JRILQ V H , I l' 1 C.ms'Y 1 mn' L ' C'E'Vils0" at Jr, dP'McParlaf'd X K ' K .. -C'GaurlBY' A X X VL M bJ'Luthel' ., KH mu K' I , - F ' Q . , . I , I ,X A 4 ,Jr K, B'4'SM'F'U l7"7Al"X' 'vi Q:naK5'i':5?lRIx Wm P515Vwn Y - L- CWI1.-f.1"l 1 NU CHAPTER ' 0 llagnp 247 F R A T E R N I T I E S IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIII4IIIIIIIIII.III...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIIII..II.IIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII will IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII-wi IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mm.- ill lll vlllll I i l I ++f I5 in ii I '. I Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Delta, Men's National Dental Fraternity was founded upon this campus, February 5, 1903. Starting then with twelve charter members, it has grown until it holds a high peak in the professional and social activities of the campus. Sigma Chapter has grown from that original twelve to a present membership of forty-six men and has completed a year of successful rushing securing fourteen pledges who will carry on the work and professional standards of Delta Sigma Delta. OFFICERS ANSIQI. R. McCIxMAN'I' ... .......... .... IEIIWIN F. RAIII' ........ WALTEII J. ZILcos1cr IJONALII L. I7I.Izc:AI. .. GI2oIIc:Ic J. l5oNI1Izvo .. Jo1f1N Juslclc ...... VVILsoN IQIQNNE .. SImIfIeIa HAWIIE JOIIN J- l'lIERl.lHY .. RAY li. PIIIIIIIIM ... ..................... . . .. IVACULTY AIJVISORS IJII. J. C. EsIcI.MA.N SIENIORS DR. A. C. YoIINcI HQWAIIIJ G, ISILLAIAN Glioucia J. BoN1-usvo JIIIIN Il. CoNNIcIcN I-IIQIIIIIQIVI' H. CIIU III IIA IQIQR IQIJNVARII R. lJIxoN Dow CAI.VIiR'l' SIIAFICIQ Howus ISIJWIN C. 'l'IICNISIC JIIIIN A. ALLIQN JIIIIN 1'. Iiuurs C,I.IIf'IfoIII1 NV. l1LIIzI4Ii'I"I' -lfISIiI'll I3IzoIIIsIacIc l'IIaIIIII-:II'I' Z. Comi VIKI'I'C3li N. IQANIJNSIQI GIcoIIc:I-1 MIxelJoN.xI.Im XIVIILIAM illAC.fXl.l.lS'l'1ER IJONALII lf. .l"I.If:cIAI. JIIIYIN J. HIcIII.II'Iy CI.AIIIsNcIc J. Moomz ANSIQL R. MCCAIIIANT JUNIORS JoIIN JI1sIcIc GIzoIIGIc W. MILLS IEIIWIN F. RAI-I' PAUL B. WILIQISON PRE-JUNIORS KIQNNI-:'I'II CocIIII.xNIi K. l'IxIII. IIIQRII , I'I.liDGI'iS AI,l'1X CAS'1'AI.I.l'INl IDONALD IWACCAMANT NICI-roms PITKA HAIIIIY C. PIIIJIIII 248 .. . .. Grazza' Maori' llforllzy Mzzxlm' .Svrzlm . . . 7'1'I'cI.r1I1'vI' ... .S'r'1Ii01' Page .. Jimior Page Tyler ....... Hisloriaiz Home lVIaIIagI'I' .........S'lCTWI7'll IJII. A. S. I-AwsoN RAY B. PUIIIIUM QIZAIIL H. Roizmzs CI.I1f'I'oN IH. STUIIM JAMES M. VVIf:s'r WAI.'I'IiII J. ZII.c'osI4I XIVILSON A. RHNNIQ JosIaI'II A. RILIQY Bnosius SI-III'I-1 AIINoLI1 IDE SAN'I'Is IJ.xNIIcI. lIoIIIIIxN CI..fIIIIaNcIc I.. Owlcivs IKENNETII R1cYNoLIIs JosIcI'1-I SCIOSCIA RONALD SIIus'rI3II 1W1C1'IAEL WALLICK JoIIN VVIIN1II:III.Y DELTA SIGMA DELTA mm. , mmm H.-uwnmuw..wumwuuwnm m..m.I......-Im U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H --IIIImIIIV-IIII.1III.IIII.IIII.NIII.IIIII..IIIUIIII.IIIIII.III.IIIIHIIII.IIIITIIIIH.IIIIIIIIII.IIII1.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIII.IIIII.IIIII.1III.HII.HIIINIIImIII..IIIII.IIIInIIu.mI..mI.Iw-uw I I.w..w.IwT MH. m..Iwwm. mmm II..Iw...w..I ...Im.mmw IIIII.IIIInIInuII.1III..III..III,HIII..III.IIIII..IIII.IIITmIT-IIIWIII.1III..IIII..IIIIT.III...IIIHIIIIInIIH4III.HIII...IIITI.IIIN-mI.mmwm.wn I, ' 'Q I lj.lm - QV' . N I 1 g 3 ' V I I m b A ' W ' Q . I r-Q, I ' - 5' f' IE'K'TIifDnI I . I I R l H A dAA'Ri1nY5 A dup Burg. rv, ' . ' I ' if 5 ,J ll. I .g.-QQ k'Cf'Ch'a 2 X11 'V s 'MW 3 f 'DI' I cs' -D . I' if 4 X - ' RAC-WIN ZQI-sIwi'5 -f 3 K Dgpuff '57 DEV' ' , l -5. ICl1Hen1S2 A'DeSaHt' 0 A, I t x F , ?t'G'B1Ilm"'I . xii , ' I UHCAAHCCH , Anka ,r D 4 -p . 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' H'5'Cmmw"' ' ' T I - ' I . 5,,,anGf42g,i - "I YV-y' ,W . TR Lk A I , 1 "'--Q 1 ' SIGMA CHAPTER S'fs.A,ko4w ATWI X ' R 249 .Hiii.Hiimiii.HiimiiiVinii.uviii.Riimviiiniimiiiiniiiuiiiiniii.uiiiiniimiiiiniiiHitiiiitiiiniimiiiiniimiiimiiiii.iiiitiiiiniiiniii.HiiiniimiiiiniimuiiniiiIiiiiiiiiiiiiitiii-.4iiH.iiiH.iiimiiiWiiiiiniiH.iiiit1iiiniiiitiiii1-1iii1iiiiWiii1.iiiiniimiiimiiiiitiiiniii-1-iimiii-limllmliwl mill,-.iw-iiii F R A T E R N I T I E S IlllIHIIIIllIIllllIIIIIWlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrllll 'lluuiuml llllllnniuml l Wm l iw i iii ii il + W ii i ii W ii . ll i iiililiililph The first chapter of the Alpha Omega Fraternity was organized in Pennsyl- vania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia in 1907. Since its inception the fraternity has grown steadily until today it is i ing chapters in the Provinces of Canada. Omega was established at the University of of this fraternity is to foster healthful social to spur its members on to professional and the graduating dental student one of united left the institution of learning. I. FRANKLI N NllI.LER S. L. SEGAL ......... . J. I. SCHNHMAN Z. C. ALPERT ..... J. RRICHENBRCH DR. .ALBERT I. Wism S ll Vorrx-: M I CRTENIZLOTT ' J. I. SCHNITMAN j. R. FRIRULER l. FRANKLIN MII.LEli Z. C. Al.PERT G. Ro1smN I. GOLIIIILUM OFFICERS SENIORS J. M. KLEWANS H. FIERSTEIN JUNIORS JONAS REICHENRACH PRE-JUNIORS S. L. SEGAL PRE-SOPHOMORES H. Koch PLEDGES L. KRIEGI-:R I-I. NAUIIAUS nternational in scope, now possess- The Omicron Chapter of Alpha Pittsburgh in 1920. The purpose recreation among dental stuclentsg intellectual achievementg to make and influential force after he has ....... C'hru1rr'llor Vive-Cl1n11fz'llor Scribe .... Quexlov' . . . .S'tzfward . . . Prarlor S. M. Ai.1.1soN A. KROSNICK SA M SHERMAN IRviNrs LEICIVIUVIAN A. F. FRANZ B. So1.oMoN RAIHNOWITZ M. FRIIEDMAN 250 ALPHA OMEGA H..IIInuIII...W.,w..w.,-Tw m.w...m.. ,...Iw.w..4 ......I.......m...mIIII...mmIIW..IW....m...m....w. U N I V E R S I T Y I Imwwwmm I , H, :Z O F P I T T S B U R G H Z -WI .j1l'l7' I ' . i I ' . if , nf 0 y, . '1Rrp.r-141' 'Q :anon is VI' fr . ' RT! Q7 , I I ,s , "R-mxsodg "l1.:1cH1"' I- - I f III I Q I I s Z K I 5 if QSHFFVMT 'in.xoCYx 40clz.on0T HACIH fm,-X , I 'sf J f T YI "" X 'gf I 7 ly J X XXX K I QCIALPWT - W-Jandff Qxuwef frnznnv- urunv "'fcHm1fX"ef QU runnin prmrrun ouxtlun hu-manmwn afnxnfdl, ff' vw, 4 x af xv , 4-xaoexnd' , qqlxcnmvy I I 'f Fxznswe ' - nrvwm , 4 A115 lin ' I Gwtgu GMICRON CHAPTER 251 CDIIITSITIJ1 I cthapfzr JOHN 3 lWWWIIMlIWmllMIlN MIIMWl W ,Nl ill! mm: hu' ,ll 'liilwy lrlrggg mlllll llll ll Vi 7 ll l l l li , ll "':Illl:"' 1 OFIFICICRS Romeivr jlxiwis .. ...... l'I'1'-f2f14'I1l llowuuuu lXlI.IiliIL ... .. I 'ire-l'r'1'.vz'de11I .. .. .Svrrvlmy Max x1.XRIiUWI'l'Z blonx Cl.Isli .......... ...... 7 '1't'u.r1n't'1' l'ilIl'll1lj' flrlifixei' f lm, tiL's'r.w St'llie.uiM .. M ICM HICRS ll,-xvm Comix ,Innes Cil7ll.lftlIl. juilfis lD.xx.xu1cv ,lM'K ll-L'NfPl5l4 l'iR.XNli lfnciuco NfVll.1.i.n1 1iIiNNliY Anxorn 1'1IiIiliDM.XN LERUY I.liW1s The .lolm Marshall Club has gone through another successful year and has the distinction of being one of the only active pre-legal fraternities in the United States. 'l'he purpose ol' the organization is to bring pre-law students into a closer relationship with the University Law School, to make regular visits to the local courts, and to bring prominent speakers in the legal profession before the body. Meetings are held every two weeks and speakers are present at alter- nate meetings. The other meetings are devoted to discussions on legal procedure and to other business. The .Iohn Marshall Club has been attempting to stimulate interest among several lfiastern Colleges and Universities, however, to organize and establish stronger local units, with the view to form a really active national pre-legal or- ganization. Members of the john Marshall Club are chosen upon the basis of scholar- ship, personality, and interest in matters of "the law." A student must have a qlciinitc iutgntifm of going to law school in order to be eligible to membership. Men students only are admitted. MARSHALL CLUB 1 O linen Glmrlf l'1-pxidcn! Iflwizow J. KLNNIQV I 'irc-l'1'c.vi1le1zl llll illlllii l 1:Rl'IIlliRlCli 1liICCIi, ju. in Scrremry liirimiziu V. Momussicv 'l'rmi.v111'c 1' 'l1llIC0llOliIC A. SI!-1IJ'I.li f1fli'z'sor Top Row: Pry, Connelly. Mazill, Robb, Freedlanrler First Row: Yates, Bell, Beck, Leifer, Cuputo Kappa Phi Kappa, men's national Professional liducation Fraternity was founded in 1921, at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New lflampshire. Tau chapter of the University of Pittsburgh was established May 21, 1926.' 252 KAPPA PHI KAPPA. '.f:.1', i Y' 1f'1 Al? 'G-lv. .:zff,f1fg5w mfg, mit fy' 4 123 141: ggx1..L' AJ 1"L .U if. 1 , if vggy'HfI.I,1 1 -ff! ,L,,,w+,,., 4. , ,Q N' YW 5 -N ,b ,,,, V, X. W- W .fu V.,-.iw M ,, .r,, :v H ,mfvn-Q - W-,A ., .3 .V 2 ml.- '.g-f, sf,1 ,. .Hi M K. .' ,,,., .Q -12 ,w f . Q' .. .f. ,,.., y W' "Q" wal 4 1 . ,-.-, UT: ., ,. ,V , . , ,..,.,,.,,.I! L". '12,-:L h . M1 .I IMKNWWW W 1. " I' L D1 ' my .M L g"'W'VV1fflUlllIlllNi1lllMlIIW"Mm 'Wlllmn' ,-" --I V .4 J' 1--2 f Us III M " H W MH M fk AW M , W Qlhm 1 I W YQ, WY 'WWW wp WNV WW"' ',-' ITN -I vm ww N, , W X' W 1 X ' w'y:TUNfw W 1 XHMJQ M li H Ii, W, ww, ,'11, mm: w N w 1 Q! 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UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Q L i 5' m L ' Q 1933 Owl ARTHUR M. GOLDBIQRG, Ediior WAYNE O. WEAVER, Busincs.v M gr. I-IE 1933 OWL has had for its goal throughout the year the Creation of a year book which would record the doings of the extra-curricular activ- ities as fully and completely as possible. Beset with dimculties both economic and technical we have attempted to keep this purpose always in mind. We havedetermined that this year we would create an OWL with the OWL as its theme in order to present to the students of the University a more favor- able interpretation of a year book's purpose. We desire the OWL to be an accurate record of each individuals doings outside of the required scholastic work. We desire the OWL to be a pleasant reminder of happy days spent in the Universityf We hope that the OWL will prove a source of constant pleasure to the possessor of the year-book. We of the executive staff take this opportunity of thanking' the members of both the editorial and business staffs for their interest and co-operation in the process of putting out this publication. We feel that we have aided in giving them invaluable experience and they in turn have aided us in every way possible in our endeavor to make the 1933 OWL a success, 257 iE3:iIIIIIIIlllfnlillllllillllllllumi III IIEIIIII,,,III:::::Ill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImIlIIIIIIIIIuII , ill ii i, ., fl I ll lpMM ACTIVITIES NIIIII J. Guovlc First Row: Solow, Moskowitz, Blzillvc-lt, Walker, Lnznr, Hair, Grove Svconrl Row: Pickering, Kant, Broirln, Moskowitz, Forcmun Third Row: Hoyt., Strong, Bmwnc-r, Blowitz, Rucli Fourth Row: Holstein, Morclicurl, Smycrs CllARl.0'I"l'lC WAIAIQICIQ ---. ..... 1 'lssistcmt Editor joIIN Guovic ................... .... , 'lsxistcmt Editor CIIARI.I2s FoRI-:MAN ..... .... , 'Issistant Editor BICRNARD SMYICRS ..... ....................... ....... D I vital flssistmit TSRAIQI. GoI.nI1IcRo NlOR'l'0N B. l'lARlilS CIIARLIQS B. HoLs'rL:IN STEPHEN HOYT FDITORTAI, STAFF RU'I'II l-AZlROVI'l'Z lVlOliRIS RosIcNm.ooM GI2oRGIc STRONG A R'I'I I U R STROYD JOAN KANT Louis SIKAPIRA GTQACIC lVlOSKOWI'l'Z CARI. VIRGIN SPORTS STAFF l'lIMli COIIIQN, Editor FRANKLIN BRUIEAKER H12I.I2N I'lOlCVlZLl2R- MARTHA GREEN I-IELENIQ GRIQIQN DOROTHY GROTE ELAINE Moskowwz PERSONNEL STAFF .TANET SAVAGI4: SFCRIETARIAL STAFF GEORGIAN BROIDA RosAI-1iz F1R1zs'roNIa BI2'I"I'Y OSSOLA ANNA BIcLI.1f: W0I.IfI2 f Iirii Eclitorial Stall 258 C. WALKER 1933 iiimiimiii.Hiiin.iimiiim1iiniii--1inm1imii.niiimiiN..ii.uii...4i,...w..w...w...i1....iiN..iimiini.iimiiiiniiiuiiimii11H.11miii1.I1imiiimiii.HiiV...ii..-iiw.iw..4ii.. imiii..m...4m.mi...ii..iii..i,,i..i,...m....i....ii. ...Aiiinimmiimiii...ii,imiWiiniiuminmH...iimmiii..i,imiumiiimnum....immUmi...Uiiminmnmi.uiinmiiHimiiii..ii.uiWiii..iii..iiii.imnmuiii..iii...iii...W..ii,mini..1muiii.miiii..1iiimw...i,....A...iw UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH F. 'lilelsliifiicirms First Row: Wulfv, Suvngv, J. Gr:-on, Silvvrhlutt, Dowling, M. Grvc-n S1-cmirl Row: S:rmtk. H. Grcrfn, xVZlikl'I', Filw-sto'1L-, C2lIlH'l'UH Third Row: Virgin, Vuu Nostrmul, Alien, Kzulflnzm, Cimpmzm 1 'I limes fxRl'Il'1N ............. ,.,,, O7'yfIJIi.1T4Ili01l Mauagvr FRA N Ii Ifiucnl-:lu CK ......... ...................... . 'il!I'Zv'c'7'ffSillfl fW11H0f1f'1' IEIQIQNARIJ SIl.Vl'IRllI.A'l"l' .... . .-l.s'si.viani Ci1't'HllIli011 fiyllllflfjfl' ICIXQAR IJOWLING ................... ..... . 'iS.YiSf!Il!f Ci7'l"ltIIIi"i01l' Iiflamrgvr jA1xl1f:s VAN NiJS'l'liANlD ...... ................................... I Dvnlal .'iSS'i5f0llf linsilwsx Slajf ADOLPI 1. I3 IC 1 I KEN islam: NIARION Hiclm1N1:l4:1c ACQNICS CA1.A1a1:15slc MA1z'rx IA CA m14:1aoN Pliofograjvlzi Staff Vi Urou M A'l"l'IiSON ..... ........ .... . . . IClirc:u4:Nlc Somw ....... SAMUEL PRAGIQR .IOSI-1l'll MAc:1c11. W11.1.1AM B1.0w1'rz PAUL HAR 14:11 usiness Staff OWL 259 ifl'Gl-INIC COIHQN MATQILUN VEPPING Rolzlcm' QKAUFIXIAN 'l'1loMAs SAVAGE lirlilor lidifm' RICHARD Rosl4:N:f11-:LD lilcokulc S'r1:oNu linwmm IDURVKIN in T ll 1:13 .II...IIW.,I1....IIII..IInmI.mrII.IIIImm.IIIIIIWIIwiIm.,ImmIII..IumI,ImII...III...II...IImmIII.IIII...II...III...I,.I.IIIIII.,IH..IIwi.IIm.,mmIW..ImmIII.,III...II...III.mlI...III.IIIImmI.IIIII.ImmmIII...Im.IIII..WI-IIII.-III--IIII .IIII...III...I . ,,,, ,..,,,.,,.IIIIIIII,., ,.., ,,,, , -I ...II . .I wal III 1.14111 I I II' I 111111 .lx Ii, I III 1 ,IIIIIIIIHL I 4 N ll 1-l.5illll'1'l lVyl. , .. ,.. p .l. ,V4V ,Vll A c T I V I T I E S Iiiillil I I-I.IIII-IIIII..IIIII.,III...IIImIII..III...II,mrII1.14IIIIIIII...III...IIII.IIIInIIWIIImIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIII.IIIWIII..IIIImIIImIII--IIIII..IIII..IIII-IIIII...II.ImI1.111III...IIII..III..IIII..-III-1.IIImII.IIIII1.111II...I11.11III...IIIIIIII.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIII..III -..I.II.IIII..-I Top Row: Holstein, Harris, Goldberg, liunker, Smyers S d Row: Foreman. F S 1 M.d 1. K . I econ 1Iss, ec cr, '1 L en, ro'!twct.Lvr First Row: Bart, Mntccr, Gz1rr1so11, Laiiclxnaii, Davis, Silvcrblatt, Ash Executive Board TIIOMAS CUMMINGS ........... .... .... ............. ......... ........ E x c c I ttwe Board W11-1.1AM TII1c1s .................................................................................... WOMEN'S EDITORS IEIINA l.ANllMAN A1.IcIa jon N D. I'AUI.Us AlAXINl'I GAI:IzIsoN RoIIIf:I1'r BAIIGIIQIQ WII.I.1A1vI F. AI.l.lSON HIMIQ CoI-11cN AIIIcI.Ia ASH' l'llEl.liN BART CI.AI1A IEIa'1'1v1AN NAIIIQZIIIIA I,1rNGIcI11cIi 171.0111-:NCI2 IQING BI2A'1'IzIc1a Kovsoifsicv 1-lIcI.IcN LAY 1JoNAI.Im CAM l'lll'Il.l. E11rzI4:NIs CO1-l IQN josIiI'I1 ISIATZ NEWS BOARD 1I1vINc: ll. RIIIIIIINS COPY DESK RAYMONII RI2111I, JACK SoI.1.INc:1c11 SPECIAL WRITERS Dux EARLY RU'1'11 Fuss REPORTERS OIc1'IIA l.lilGl'l'1'Y 11IiNIzIIc'1"I'1z SANIIIcI:so JANET SI.I':AsIc l11IiwIN BANKS WILLIAM BLOVVITZ joI1fN II1JNIcI4:1: NVILIFUR CLAIIIQ N ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS MUIQII-:I. llflAl.l.lN FIIAN14 Nl'IW'1'llN l'A111. RIKIL SAUI, VVIQISIIIQIQG ETIIEI. Sll.VlERlll.A'l"1' l'lowAIII1 TI':1'I.I'1'z BA IIIIAIIA A I A'I'1-11211 josI4:1'I1 NovA It CIIAI1I.Ics lfoI11z1xIAN lsI1AIf:I. GoI.I1IIIaRG M oI1'I'oN H A I1 I1 I s CIIAI11.Ics l'l'0l.S'l'lCIN XJII.I.IAwI Korn. RIQUIIIQN SI.1zsINI:I':I1 M. MAURIQIQ IFIEIIMAN 12l.l.lS Tu1vII'soN THoIvIAs WI':AvIaIe 1-12142 XNoI.FoI:1I The Pitt News Succeeded the Pitt Weekly in September, 1932, as the official student newspaper of the University. This change marked the most recent stage in the growth of a student publication which originated in 1908 as a monthly magazine, The Courant. Two years later The Courant became the Pitt Weekly, with Frank C. Stewart, editor. The Pitt News is now published every Tuesday and Friday of the school year, and is distributed in all schools of the University. ' Editorial Staff PITT wi.. iiiii.-.im-iiii IIiiiii..IIII.MIiiiaiiiuiIIIV.IIII..III.RIiIi.IIII-1IIIinIIII.iiiii-.4iiii.IIII..iiii.iiiii.iiiiiiiiii.iiiiII.IIIIinIIII1.III..IIII1.IIII..IIIinIIII.IIIII.IIII..IIIII.,IIII.IIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIi.iiiiii.iiiiiiiiiii.iii i..iii..iiii.iiiiiIIIii..iIIII.IIII.iiii..iiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiii i.IIII.IIIII..IIIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIII.IIIII..IIII.IIIII.1IIII.IIIIIifiiii..iWiii..iiiiiIIIII.IIIIi.,,II..IIII..IIII..IIII..III..IIII.IIIIiiiIII.IIII.IiII..IIII.IiII.IIIIIIIiII.IIII.IIiI.1III,iiIiI.IIIIII.IiIIM.IIII..IIIII..iIII.,IIiinIIIii.IIIII.IIIiI..IIii.1Wiiii..iii,...ii U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H W. BIERMAN Top Row: Tompson, lmmerman, Rike Second Row: Johnson, Cohen, Little, Jarvis, Andes First. Row: Reich, Kaufman, Metzger VVILFR1-:D BICRMAN ........ ..... l ixvcuiim' lfoard FRANKLIN IiAl.l.FI'Il.Z .... ...... E .1'L't'LflLI'Z!L' Board COMP TROLLING STAFF OSCAR SPIRIQR Giizoiuzic G0l.AN'l'Y SA M mar, MKJIIIIAN RUTII ltiRlIillIlLIRG Dixviz IM MIERMAN M IC R L is M li'l'ZGA R CIRCULATION STAFF ISAIIORIC ICLKINIH liixlcic N1N'I'fNI.l lIflR0'I'IflY Iiiwr1v1AN SY1.vAN l,l'l"l'l.E IEUGIQNIQ ANm-:s BLA 1 R -loi-1 N soN GICR'I'Rl?lllC Riclclfr During its early existence, the business and editorial staHs of the Pitt I'Vcclcly had diiiiculty in finding a suitable place for their activities. They finally located in Thaw Hall. Later they moved to Friclc Acresg then to the Activities Building, and finally to its present office in the Cathedral of Learning. The News is devoted to the gathering' and publishing' of both student and faculty news. The policy of the publication is to present readable and timely news free from comment, and to uphold, editorially, the interests of the student body it represents. Several months after the first issue of the new semi-weekly publication appeared, the News won second place in both the news and editorial contests sponsored twice each year by the Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of the Middle Atlantic States. Business Staff NEWS 261 F. KALLFELZ 'fllllllllllll v ll l Ill ll ill ll 'ill Will" H! 1, ,Hi W i llli t Wy ii lil 5llII1tIIl1lllmIlUllIIllll'l Ml,li it . .... l . .. .... ......... lt Iwi' t ttt tt ' ttttt " 1 " it f ' 2 ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' l' " ij?git?ti'tiQ1ig1 ll Illllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllll it 1 Liar VIS First Row: Dona clson,'E. Smith, Allison. Howard, Krone-nwctter Second Rowzxllllf. Smith, Piekering,j G, Smith, llowcller Thirrl Row: Esposito, Rach, Weigh-, Coleman lJAvm N. l.liWIS ...... ..... I fdilm'-ian-Clzivf XVILIAIAN Ai.l,1soN .... Muzzuging liclilor Crvmi lJON.'XI.llSON , ............. ............ . ..'l.v.vi.rlu11l lidilor ."XSSOClA'l'li lilDl'I'ORS Oman KRONliVVl'1'l"Iil'lR RAY Corlermx Ilouuxicn Wilma.:-1 S,u,1,v 5,tNm,g1t5oN CirAlu.i-is Ruelr A. C. lisvosrro , KliNNlC'l'Ii lVlt'l'iARl.ANll -IUSICPII KATZ Cllf1t'1'1u'1ulc lQI'1lt'II livi-:lu-:'r'l' Plt'l4lcmNr: .l'Al'l. l',LI.l0'l"I' lion litlVVllI.l'IR ..... .... I f.l'l'lllIIIflC litlilor lJt7R0'l'IlY filt0'I'Ii. . . . ..lf,rrf1r111ge ,fl.r.vz.rl111zl Iii.: Nou Sm I'I'lI . .. ....... ..,.. ............ . . .ll'n11:m1's l'itY.flll07I.Y SlECRli'l'ARlAl. S'l'Al"lf Iliarrv V, Qggom Iil.lz.xnla'rli Il.xNz:s'roN ANNA ll1':l.1.lc VV0l.l"li ' l,0l'ISlQ 'IOIINSTUN M.xizc:t'1cle1'1'i': hlK'Qil.0SIiY l'lI'1l.lCN liRl'UN HIC l'itt l'anther, ollicial humorous ancl feature monthly magazine of the University, began its twentieth year of publication from its new ollices in the Catheclral of Learning. llefore the Iirst week of the semester was over, the Panther had more cantliclates for its staff than ever before. Choosing new staff members from such an impressive turn-out was quite a clilihcult taskg a less clillicult one was the publication of ten of the most successful issues in Vanther history. XfVhile humor was by no means suborclinatecl, the Panther introclucetl more features which, though by no means ponclerously serious, aroused interest locally ancl nationally. ln the October issue, the Panther concluctecl a campus presi- flential poll that not only gained national interest by its results, but brought per- sonal recognition from Presiclent Roosevelt. Many of the articles reFleetetl a variety of phases of college life that are usually left unreflectetl, and many of the features tenclerl to satirize, burlesque, aml parocly not only campus life, but Editorial Staff 262 P ITT IiiIImi-IIII.miImiIii.HIIII..iimlIIim,I.HIIin-IIIinIvmII--IIin-IIII-iiiiIinIIiniiIII.IIumII.IIIin-III.HIiiiniiI...IIumII.HIiiinIIinIii.HIII.iliiIinIIumII..IIlimIII.Ull.ilIII..Ill.HIIIuwIimIlimii..mi...wl.wl..i IIImiIII..III.HIIIinIIiwii...Wi,...iii... iiIlmIiilmII...liIiwImmIImilIinIImilIIlmiiI...IIlimII...Iii...IIil..iiI..IIII..iiII..IImuIII.iiliinIIli..iimiIii..II...iimiImiiiinIIIluii.HIIlmWiIII..IlimIlimllI..IImmII...Iii.niII.I-iiII.HIiiimIIlimII...Iii,...iw..iim..m.. U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H First Row: MeClosky, Ossoln. Johnson, Strock, Stohlme, Wolfe Second Row: I.z1n1:, Novak, Pickering, Meuclizun, Dixon, MCGQHHI Tlnrcl Row: Joyce, Snvzmv, Jzurkson, Moreliezicl, lilowilz, Sinyers V ROIII-IIVI' A. lilmixrlcic ...... llusiilcss Ilfallagva' i liiwllcm-c l'lORMlCIIICI.l.A ........ ...l.Y.t'l.Vltllll l?'1i.ri11cx.r flhnmgcr Al. IJIXUN ............. ..... . . ...l1l'mfrIi.vil1y :lltl1ItIf1U1' 'I'oM Mli.l.lc:AN ..... ........... C 'iiI't'HltIfTlIfl .llaimyer VVii.1.i,x1xi NIITGJXNN . . . . . .I-'I.v.vi.i'll111l Ciwzilrilirvii illumiglrr ulwcii l.ANl: ........ ................. . ffl0lIIf'l1'UHt'l' C11-:oizol-2 fitlI.AN'I'Y .................................... iI.V.Vi.YfIIlll Comjvlrollcr AlJVlill'l'lSlNti ASSlS'I'AN'I'S l.I.0Yll Gimeic IJ.-win Ilia lvllxizeiiic .llI'1I.VIN Xfwx Awizl-:ii liimxuss liI'IRN.XRll Smvlclzs lllciafxxim Siem-1 CII.'XRI.I-ZS Jixnuslm .. ............. ...................... . illailiug fllllllllfltfl' lnxlmv ,lflSl'II'IISON. .. .... l'lm1'1mn'y Srliovl lx'elv1'c.v1r1ilull-W CLYIIIC lVlll.l.l1:n .... ........... ....,, . I ol11i.rImvli C'cnIer lX,l'fV7't?.l'l'IlilllHTH' SICRVICIE S'l'Alflf 5vl,v.'xN l.l'r'ri.ic LXl.u,1N lvlifxiasll, illgr. llowmuu lliisn.xNn lflfximv jovcif: l'l'A1z'1'M.xN Smrrn lXfl.XXINl'1 Cllu1s'i'i:Nsif:N the entire community. There were frank liiogrziphiezil sketches of members of the liucultyg. there were articles on the effect of the depression on college social lifeg on eribbingg and on the personality make-up of college students. Of the pzlroclies, that of the Pitt News :incl that of the Art lixhihit, will, no mlonht, he longest rememlierecl, especially hy those who were the objects of the paroclies. With one ear to the ground, the lY,Zll1lIllC1' heard the rumbling of the changes in the eollegizin, and :iffeetecl ll trzmsition from the eouventionzil college humor to 21 humor more iu trencl with the times. The humor ol' the mythical rziceoon- cozitecl Collegian, with :L ulcelele in one hzincl :incl a hottle in the other, was sup- plztntecl lay Il humor more mature :incl suhlle. There wus, inmleecl, :1 new clezil in wit. In :ulclition to publishing' the l'nnther, the stulli puhlishecl the progrzun W lor the Cup zuul Clown show, eoncluctecl Z1 weelcly rzulio progrzun, helcl Il style show for men, :incl mzule a survey for its aclvertisers. Business Staff PANTHER 263 ilu M lik ll ill lll Ill 'illllllllll ll'l3lllilll1lil'l ' ln ll l ii ' ii M W lj ll .. ll l l l it qi-f. f I I V IIA!xvllxxXVII'WXVI'XWXllWXXkvilXX'IIIXxxIxlxxxIIxxXVllXYXWvllWXXvliXXXvl'XXXVQ4xxXLIIXXXVlllXXIIIXXXXllXXXxlvlxxVxIIxxXlllXXXXIIXXX'IIxxxlllxxvllxxxxllxxxxll H Wxllwxwxllwxxvllxxxvl IIAYXVIAXXX -lmmllllmlm in iii", ull l First Row: Mercado, Von Nostrand, Rose, Smyers, Kreimer Second Row: Styer, Oakley, Pennington, Lundstrom, Gourley, Leonard x R ,H .f BOARD OF MiANAG.IiRS Riino P. Rosie ............................. ......... . lirlilor-z'11-Chief ,l. G. VAN NflS'l'I!ANIl ............................... Mmmging ljdilor T, lf, Mtflllllllli, l7.lJ,S. ................ .... I facully Dirvrlof' L. E. VAN lqllilf, lXI.S., lJ,lJ.S. ........... ...... I iricully .f1fl"Z'l.Vl'I' E1q1TQlg1AL STAII11' BUSINESS STAFIT ALUMNI Dl2l'ARTMliN'l' 154510,--f,,-C1,ft,f fllmluging lidilor Kllumni liclilor Rpm, VP, ROSE J. G. VAN Nosrimnim Ilia. 'l'. F. Mellmma A35-fl-141,115 !l.i'rf.r!1111lx Xl.S'.S'l.l'fl1Ill M, R. M,5M'M,0 R. VV. LllNIlS'l'ROM J. C. Goinmzv, Jia. li, jr, SMYERS C XV. Lil.:r1'ifiu.'l'x' S, A, S'pyggH li. li. l,.lE0NA.1.ll B. L. Klilillwllili .l- A- PliNNlNfi'I'0N C. li. OAK1.lf:v The Stuclents of the school of dentistry publish the quarterly, Denial Rays, which is the oilicizil Illllg'IlZl1lC of their school. While this yezu' marks only the eighth ol' its existence it has :ilreacly become outstzmcling' among' notional clental school publications. The purpose of Denial Rays is to :ict as Z1 meclium for ln'ing'ing Pitt dental students and faculty closer together :mtl to create an interest among' the stuclents in contemporzwy clentzil problems. Tryouts for the staff positions are held each year. This mzigzlzine is composed of articles of current interest written hy prominent men in the profession and hy stuclents. ln it :ire founcl fraternity, class, alumni, :mtl athletic news, eclitorials, serious zmcl humorous columns and poetry. Dental Rays 264 A111141 1 1 11.11111 1 1 ,1 ,111 1111 11-11 1111111111 11 11.1, 1111 ,111 1 113111, ,V 111 111'11- 1 Q1,'I'11'1!1 1 1 11'1,,11,1,..1.11 13111, ','1'11 '1'1l,, W1 111'U11'11 111 1111x1117 1 '- 1 , 11111111111111111111111111111:1111111111111111111111W,1111 111111 1, 111111: 1,11111q'1!11111111111111,111:,,1,111,11,1111'111111111111111 11'11'11 1111111111111 1 111U11'111 1U11 11 111 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 11 1111111 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1111111 111 111 11 11 1 11' 11111 MMmlWMI MlMMMMMWMmMMM111111 11111111111111'11111111 1111111111 1 111111 ,11 111111111111 111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 11 1 1 11 Student Government mllllil ll " ill ll"lffll..lQ lf l . W , l li ll ll ll ll l A c T I v I T I E s I llmlinl Ton Row: Stzunmellnach, Wilkinson, Granger Second Row: Quarric, Curran, Goldberg, Heiss 1'lI'SL Row: Kallfelz, Rose, Lewis, MeCune, Breene The first title for the body which is now known as Student Council was the Student Senate. In 1924 it became the Men's Self Government Association. Since it did not satisfy the needs of both men and women, it was again changed to its present form and title. Its constitution, originating in 1920, has been re- vised three times, First, it provided for a council of sixteen members, eight Juniors and eight Seniors, with two women from each class. The present con- stitution, revised in May, 1932, provides for a Council of l2 members, one junior and one Senior from each of the six schools ratifying the Constitution. Ati least one member from each of the schools of Education and the College must bg gl .W0m2111, The Council meets twice each month at which time the Chairmen of the various committees, which comprise the student relations, con- stitution, assemblies, elections, investigations, and traditions give reports, and the group legislates on subjects pertaining to the interests of the Student body. Lewis, Rose, McCunc, Breene Student Council 266 ImIImIImlIInmImnnmImnInmW..-w...w..m...III...ImnIm.IImyIII...III...III...IIn..mu.m.mm-wi .mm-I I- I IlnwlmumI..4mnIII...IImiIInwImiIImIIII..IImmIInIIumvw-.Tw-wI...I REED ROSE .............. RAY MCCUNE ...... . IDOROTHY LEWIS ....... EDMOND BREENE ..... FRANKLIN KALLEELZ ...... AR1'IT UR GOLDBERG ............... ALBERT STAMMELBACII PAUL WILKINSON ................ BERNARD CURRAN ...... BETTY QUARRIE ....................... ELIZARETII HEISS vmimIInmnmIumImyInmU.-.W--'Tw'-In-.I IIumImuImnIIH..IIm-II.mvIImlImuIumImnIInmImlImuImuIIImInmmuIImnmnIIimInmInuIIImIImII...InmmnImyIIInImlIII...H...II.nfI.In,ImIIIInImuIInmImmI.ImI...wm.m-I..-I U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H OFFICERS MEMBERS 267 President Vice-Presid ent Secretary Treasurer Chairman, Student Relations Chairnian, Traditions Cliairinan, Elections Chairman, Investigations Cliairinan, Constitutions Chairman, .flsseinblies NATHAN GANGER . "IWllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill lillllilillll l muulll N1 DI f i .l ii I iii,i'i' fi iiium" l li ii li i H l l ii li iiiii.iiiniiini.iii...iii..iiiiiiiiii..iiwiiiiiiinmnii ii.i.ni.iin. miniinnii iiminiwiiii 'inn .inn mmm ininiiiniii nun i ' First Row: Lewis, Smith, Beck, Young, Weissman, Gunner Second Row: Stroyd, Weaver, Johnson, Johnston, Chamberlin, Morrison, Rosenson Third Row: Meyer, Hugus, Whitaker, Silvcrblatt., Caldwell, Stocker A logical outgrowth in the development of fraternities was the Interfrat- ernity Council. From the time of the organization of the present Council Cl920j, it has ggrved ag 3 common meeting ground for all accepted fraternities. Here their problems may be stated and solved and they can legislate for the better- ment of the individual group organization. This year, the Council sponsored its second annual lnterfraternity Confer- ence, with its accompanying' banquet, round-table discussions, and dance, but with the addition of an Interfraternity Sing. Other annual activities such as the Intel-fraternity Handbook, under the editorship of Arthur Goldberg, the lnterfraternity Hall, with Daniel Smith as chairman, the tennis, horseshoe, basketball, and bridge tournaments, sweepstakes, and the track meet all tended to create interest and to provide fraternities and fraternity men with a very full calendar. This year, the Council has instituted an lnterfraternity Cooperative Buying' Association for the purchasing of all supplies. The work of this organization is carried on 'by Samuel Strauss, the business manager, under the supervision of Theodore W. Biddle, Assistant to the Dean of Men. This organization is sur- passing' all expectations by its eiiiciency, and is effecting' remarkable savings for fraternities. The Council holds monthly dinner meetings at the respective chapter houses Smith, Beck, Young, Weissman , lnterfraternity Council 268 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H I..w..m..Im... .wI.,.w..,,I,.I4 AI.lw.I ,.I.II....II...AI.. I.W.IR.IAI.IIw..II I .m...wI..m.I.I ROBERT A. BECK ....... ........ DANIEL SMITII ....... ....... . .. mm.. II...IImiII...AI...II...IIIII.-IIII..III...III....IWIIN...WIIII-.IIIuwI,ImIII...III.-III.IIIIumImvnmI,IRmI..III...II..IR., OFFICERS Phi Gamma Delta ...... Delta Tau Della ........ ROBERT YOUNG ............................. ......... I iappa Sigma ........ G. BENJAMIN VVEISSMAN .................. Pi Lambda Phi .......... THEODORE W. BIDIDLE ....... COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN II.AIInIII.AII...IRmIN..III..II.-.III.IIII..II...III....II..III...III..mI.RA....II...I Pi'e.Iide1zt . l'iee-Pi'e.Iirlent Secretary Ti'ea.I'iirer Faculty Ildvisei' DANIEL SMITII ......... .................... D elta Tau Delta .............................. I1lterfi'al'ei'11,ity Ball EDWARD MCBRIDI2 ...... ......... P hi Kappa .................. Riishing Delegate at Large ALLISON IMLER ....... .......... . Theta Chi ............ .................................................. 1 -lthleties CIIARLES HUGUS .......... ....... T heta Delta Psi ............ lnterf1'ate1'1Iity Co11.fei'ei1.ee ARTIIUR GOLDEERG ......... ........... P i Lambda Phi ...... Ed. 1IItci'f1'ate1'hity Handbook MEMBERS .fllpha Phi Delta -IOIIN F. COLLOCA PA'1'RIcK ADONIZIO Delta Tau Delta DANIEL SMITII LEROV ERICKSON Kappa Sigma ROBERT YOUNG RICHARD VVE'1"l'ACI I Lambzla Chi Alpha LOUIS O. REITER ANDREW M. MOODY Omega Delta PAUL W. BEST NVILLIAM A. MEYER Phi Delta Theta HAIQLOXV P. VVIII'I'E ANDREW VVRIGIVI' Phi Epsilon Pi MAURIUE B. TIARRIS BERNARD ROSENSON Phi Gamma Delta LEROY L. LEWIS ROIIERI' A. BECK Phi Kappa EDWARD F. MCRIIIDIE HOWARD W. IQLEEB Pi l,am.ba'a Phi G. BENJAMIN WEISSMAN QIILBERT QEOLDMAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM H. YOUNG STANLEY F. TIIICIS Sigma Alpha Mu ROIII-:R'1' IDRAZEN A. NATIIAN IALPIERN Sigma Chi DEAN TURNER CIIARLES SCIIILDECKER Theta Chi IXLLISON E. IIILER GEORGE T. CALDWELL TllL'lCl Delta Psi CHARLES G. HUOUS, JR. WAYNE VVEAVER 269 A C T I V I T I E S II-.III IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIHII II...I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I III I II I I 'll III fl Ill IIIu':LmImImImlmImIl I IIIII IWIIRIIII W I nu I I III I II II I 1II'IImIIlfIiiIIl II I I IIII I I First Row: SilvI-rhlal!I Alles. Hutchins, Garber, Boggs, Mauzcy, Collins SI-cond Row: IQIPS,'1ill'l.llI'llIIll0l', Jaffurs, Crozier. C. lhIske, Kleek, Bart, Murphy 'l'hirrl Row: Kopsotsky, Shannon, NICIAIIILZIIIIII, Savage, Sepp, NVanner lfonrth Row: Ifllf.!l'lll'lllll, Green, Dils, Christr-nsen, Schuh NLXRV G.-Xlllllili OVFICIZRS .......l'1'esir1c1Il Lois Bonus . ...... .. ...lf'if'e-l'1'c'.I'idc1Il VIIQGINIIX l'll7'I'l'HlNS . . . . . . l'rou.vurer NIIIRJIIRIIII CoI.I.INs .... ...... ..... . ................... ........ . S e vrclnry Pzinliellenic Council is an assembly ol' representatives from each of tlIe recognizecl women's fraternities on the campus. liach fraternity senrls two delegates, an active, and an associate who acts as apprentice. The purpose ol' l,U.l1lICllCI1lC Council is to strengthen each l'raternity through a mutual exchange of icleas, to improve interfraternity relation- ships, to initiate programs of work snlliciently large in scope, service, and appeal to give manv inllivirlual girls opportunities for experience in extra-curricular activities, and to Inalce such rules as are necessary lor tlIe Imest interfraternity relationships. livery year l,2l.IlllCllCIllC sponsors a IIIIIIIIJCI' ol' interlrztternily eventsg lfall Conference VVeek, which is a series ol assemblies ol' Greek letter women, llIe Reception for lfrcslunen, and the Inter- Iraternity Song Contest. 'l'l1e climax coInes in tlIe spring' and tlIe ljanhellenic Ball. fllfvliu Dellu l'i IsIIIIIcI. MIfRI-nv .'XI.Rm KI,IcIcI: .fliplza lifvxilml l'lzi l+'R.fxNclis AIII-is LXIIIRTIIII GRIQIQN Jllfvlm .Yi llcllu l.oIs lionfzs l':lll'I'lI RI'Il'l'IIMl'I.I.IiR Hola l'lIi .fllplzu MARjoRII-1 CoI,I.I-Ns SI-1I,MIx Russ lizrla .S'igIIIu CDIIIIUVOIL lCvANI:II:I,INIc jIxIfIfI'Rs l.II.I,I,xN ZIIaI:I.IcR Chi Omega AI.IcI4: SIIANNIIN l'lIcI.I-:N CRozIIcR Rl liMllliRS Delta Delta Della l-IAIMII SMITII VIRGINIA SIIIPI' llellu l'lIi lfpxilon lE'l'lllCI, liNtllCl.MAN li'I' I I lil, S I I.vI-:RIII..Ix'I"I' Della Zulu MARY fI.'XItIll'IR NlII.llIilill SIIIIII CIIIIIIIIIHI l'lIi lIl"l'Il lflomn MARY l.oIIIsII: -lonics Kufvfvu .flllvlzu 7llll?Itl .IIINIQ S'rovIcR NI.xIIzIcv l.oIs KlII.l.IliIiN Klifrfnz llelln CI,IxRIs liusiuc VIVIIIN liI'Il.l.I'IY lx'ulIfvn Kufvfnz Cfaniula llIe'I"I' I IC Q II A li RI II: ,l,xNIa'r SIIVAIII: l'lIi flfln lQ0lIl'1R'l'.X SI-:I.Icv liI.NoRA Hixixelc l'lIi Slfllllll Sifjlllll HIeI.I-IN liAli'l' lh-:Ix'I'RIcIf: Korsoifsiiv Theta I'lIi .fllplm VIIIGINIA l1l"l'CIlINS with the l,ZtllllCllC1IlC ,Banquet l"R.xNcIcs Mcl.IxIIoIII.I-N Zulu Tau fllfvlm lll0li0'l'IIY WA-NNI-1R NIURIICI. lJn.s Panl1ellenic Association 270 UNIVERSITY OF mil Nm...-ll. llolllm.. wmlllllvwllilll -ll.mllmll.mllmlluml.lullmlluvll.lilllmmmlll..lltmllll..lll...ll...lilll..ll.mllmlil..-illlmilllwl .4llll.llmill...ill.uillllnlllllwllilllllill .---lil.-illllwllm llmllmlllllw-.wl..wl...ll lll..llll..llll..lllu..lll..llll...w...lll...ill mlm Willa.. mmllllltll ..ll...1l...4,..w... il. .llllmlllwlllll .-lllllmllwllwlllltllimim.-llllmllllllll Top Row: Clarke, Pearce, Hirsch, Teats, Smith, Melcher, Frankstone, NNannr-r Szeconcl Row: Salvage, Jaffllrs, Bowser, Blaisdeil. Ktlflllllilll. McKinney, Murphy, Goldstein I'lrst Row: Anderson, Malls, Hamilton, Demestichai. Lewis, Blatt, Lincoln liXl'ICUTlVl5 COMMI'l"I'EE Rosle MAlllla llmll-:s'l'lt'll,xs , l'rrxin'vnl iil.lNoR Slllrrll .. lCvlll'v.rr'IlluIz'f'v, Cluxx RlI'I'll iiAIXll1.'I'ON .. .. I'ICF'l,l'l'.VitY't'IIl Iilvl Nlix Slllrrll .. ll'vpl'v.vvl1latiw, Cluxs f IElc'l"l'v NiAl'S ..... ..... . S.l'l'I't'ItlI'j' IIAzl-:l. l.lNc'ol.N . lt,l'f7l't'.I't'llitlfI'i't', t'la.f.v Iloleorllx' Llfzwls .. .. Tl'l'tl.t'IlI't'l' RlI'I'll ANlllcllsoN .,fl'f7l'l'.YI'lIlI1lI"1"l', t7la.l'.l' of Mlss 'l'llvlzsA W. Amos .. Miss ,l-Ilal.laN P. Rusll .... Chief Justice. .. justices .. Activities Comlnittee. . . Cathemlrai Committee .... Customs Committee .. Hostess Committee Housing Committee ..... Organizations Committee. . . l"roperties Committee ....... i,lli!iiC21li0llS Committee ..... ADVISORS SENIOR COURT W.S.G,A. COMMISSION Scholastic Honors Committee .... Senior Dress Regulations .... Social Committee ......... Student Loan Committee .... Survey Committee .......... W.C.l'.,I.. ..................... VVomeu's Rooms Committee. 'llehatiug' Representative .... Glee Club Representative ,... l'an Iieilenie Representative. i'itt News Representative .... Y.VV.C.A. Representative. .. Y.W.H.A. Representative till. l.o'r'l'lc I .o l l S'I'tII-I'l'IiR lm. lfl.olllcNclc 'i'l'1Ati.'XllI GlcNlcvll4:vlc I3l.A'l"l' SARA l7l'NNllluf: I JORIITI l Y GI'1'l'SINGI'IR i'iI.lZAItIC'I'II KlCKlNNlcv lil-:llNlelc CDLIIUM Rlrrll Bowslclz Iilvl MA MIllAI.Yl iJtlR0'l'l-IV WANNlcl: I Ilel.lc'N I-Iolavlclaalz 'I ANIQ Flux N Ns'roNlc SUZANNII: 1'llll.l.ll-s ,lANla'l' SAvilc:la FANNu4: Hllzsell jlaixN 'IflcA'l's Iivix Nolcl.lNlc Qlilrlwlzs V lclm WlCIlI.l N It' lt RUTH Duuivl, l'llvl.l.ls Cooli IX'IAll'l'llix i'laAllcl-: NIARI li Ml-:Lei l l'.R Milllllc Kola-Nlll,lN MARY jANla Cmllli IsAlllcl.l.l-: MlIl!l'llY Al.lclc IJAVIS Iivlsl.vN iiI.AlSIIliI.L FRIICIIA GOI.llS'I'liIN omen's Scif-Governing Association 271 T933 I 934 1935 IQQXO X -N Ilrulllllqllllllllllllldllllllllllll ll ll ll I III ll , III I f T A c T I v I T I E s lIv IIIIlIIIIIlII ' Tipp Row: Dc-nrth, Miller, MCC2lmal1L, Rapp Ifirst Row: Van Nostrand, Greenblott OFFICERS J. G. VAN N05'FIl1XNlJ ..,........... ........... I Jrcxideul MII.'I'oN J. GIIIsI:NIsI.o'r'I' ....... Vice-President ANSEI. NTCCAMANT .... ............. .... S e crefary-Treasurer MEMBERS .fllplia Omega Psi Omega I, F. MlI.l.EIl H. S. lJ'IaAI:'rH M, j. GIaIcIzNIII.o'I"r J. G. VAN Nos'rIzANn D elm Sig ma Delta EDWIN RAPI' ANSIQI. MCCAMANT FACULTY DIRECTORS Du. SWANSON Du. YouNc: Du. Wise The Pitt Dental Interfraternity Council, a branch of the National Dental lnterfraternity Council which was organized at Chicago in 1922, is made up of two representatives from each, of the three Dental Fraternities on the Pitt campus. These three are: Alpha Omega, Psi Omega, and Delta Sigma Delta. These fraternities alternate in entertaining the council members at regular monthly meetings where discussions of matters of intel-fraternity interest are held. The Council's work is quite widespread. Each year it sends a representative to the Annual Ineeting of the National Dental Interfraternity Council. Locally, it sponsors yearly interfraternity competitions in basketball, bridge, and mushball. The Council's work in social affairs is headed by the annual Dental Interfrat- ernity Formal Ball. It also sponsors a yearly informal dance. Lastly, the Council formulates all rules for the rushing of new members and definitely regulates the rushing season of the three Dental fraternities. . T Dental lnterfraternity Councll 272 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H .IIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIII-IIIIllIIII-IIIINIII-.IIII.IIIII.IIII..IIIHIIIIIIIIII.lIIIl.lm..lw..m.-,lmIIIIIHIIIIV.I,II.IIII.HIIII.IIIHIIIII.IIII..IIIII.ml.w..w..WIIII.IIII.IIII..IIII.NIIWw.m..wl..lw .r,wl.w..Ww..III..IIIN.m.W.lm..mW II..III.UII.HIIIIIIIII..IIII.III.HIII..III..IIII..III..IIII.IIII..InII.1IIWII.HII.UII.nrI.NIIIJ..II.HIII..IIH.III..III..II..III..II.HIII..II.UII...II.HI..IIII..II.1III.III.llIIII..III..III.NIII.MII..IIII..IIII.III..-IWW-.m..wl First. Row: Allinsun, Imnrlstrmn, Vuu Nustruncl, Grccnlmlutt, Krosnick Sc-cond Row: I-Iopzun. Franks. Krcimor. Simms, Rcicllvnlmclx, Coclnrnn, Schnitmnn Third Row: I.r-iclltmun, Oakley, Pennington, I.vomn'1l. l.unlwrg0r Fourth Row: Smyr-rs, Solomon, Sutton, Luke-, Garrett J. G. VAN NLTS'l'Ii1XNIJ M. J. Gu1a1cNm.u'1"1' .. R. W. LUNIISTROM . S. M. KROSNIQ: Senior J. G. VAN NIlS'l'liANl7 M. J. G1u21fNlzl.0'l"l' R. NN. LuNns'r1aoM A. IQRUSNIC B, E, Smvmcs S. M. Al.l.lNsoN 1 Junior J. C. Gnulcucv J. ,RICICIII-1NII.Xl'Il J. SL'l'INl'l'MAN C. IE. OA1u.m' 1. A. Llm11l'l'mAN K. Ii. LIENORIJ DR. lf. C. Flulaslm. Du. R. 1. ClmMP'l'oN Dental Student Council OFl"lC1lRS I'rvsidvn1 . . l'ic'c-l'l'1'.vz'dr'11f Svfrvlary Trf'a.vur'vr MEM HERS l'r'v-f11111'0r R. Ifloc:AN K. Com'un.xN B. Klualmlcn J. A. PIENNINGTON A. C. IPRANIQS J. E. Smms l'v'c'-SOP ho IH 0 rc D. l..oN1:lz1u:l2u J. GA1uela'1'T B. Sol.omAN W. I". Ames T1loM.xs LAKE Illcmw Su'r'1'oN FA CU LTY ADV I SERS R. 2 IDR. XV. I". SWANSIIN IDR. V. A. NVIESTIN Zur:sM1'l'u 73 iwiiiwiiiw imiiwi ii .4 iiiimiiii.iiiimai,...w.mw.iiw.w...i .iw.iiWw ' : ::tiiVllilTiTdtii:t 1. V9 tl ' llhlimunlmlnl will l lwitllmltlw lil fitg ttttttttiii 3 1 llllilllllllllllliillllllll ll il f First Row: Mateer, McGuire, lilauvelt, Landman Second Row: Grove, Lewis, Jarvis, Novak R4ll1l'1li'l' A. J.-owls Ci, lliix VVICISSIXIAN joslai-il lf. NilN'JNli . jmtiq llUNIilER NNi1.l.1Am IQICLLIER . OMAN C. l'll'Il.ll Lois lioness llmmv lioieus jfxivucs iJANAI'lEY l5Ai:uA1m l'lAR'l'MAN .LICRUY Liawls Ol"l'ICl2RS CABIN li'I' ... limzrc l'1'i'.i'id1'l1I I ,i1'l"l,l'f'.Ylll'C'llf . . . , .S'm'relr1ry 7l1'CllS1H'C'I' Clmirmrm . .l'ifll'llHj' flclz'i.v1?1' Ion N Guovl CA'l'lllERlNli Allicilllltli liAmsA1eA AlA'l'lElER lJARRlCl.l. WHl'1'AKl2le Wli.1.mM il1lllClS ' l'UliLIClTY COMMl'l"i',lili 'thomas H. CuMM1Nr:s FZIFNA LANIJMAN This year, as in all the years since its organization i11 1926, the College Asso- ciation, met with great success in its plan of presenting to the students a well- balanced and attractive social program, The purpose of the group, as stated in its Constitution, is: "To estahlish greater unity of spirit and action in the College, to advance social interest, and to promote the general welfare of the students and ol' the University." The social program of the organization consists of four dances a year, two each semester. On Uctober 7, 1932, the Informal Kick-off Dance was held in the lfiallroom of the Hotel Schenley. The annual 'ldianlcsgiving' Formal took place in the same ballroom, on November 23. The iirst dance of the second semester was a St. 1'atrick's Day Informal on March 17, 1933. Decorations in the Hotel Schenley .liallroom were in acordance with the color and spirit of the occasion. The second semester Formal took place at the llallroom of the lslam Grotto on May 12, 1933. ln addition to the social interests the College Association has estahlished a Student Loan Fund to aid worthy Juniors or Seniors in the College. 274 College Association M M W, , lllll vQHWf NMWQ 'III' ml w mM , , ,, , , H, , W, , W, ,N 1 Q1 WU ,Wm WM' w, ,w, ', "W UW, W!! W! WUJ,1HM1UWwU1W1xM!'HlMl! 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First organized as part of the Combined Musical Clubs, it consisted of twenty-live members, however, it became an independent organization of sixty men in 1927 when the Dental Chorus and the tilee Club combined. The aim of the group is to arouse and to stimulate an interest in vocal music among those University men so talented. Ciold keys are awarded for two years service. Faithful participation in the club's activities for four years is recog- nized by a special key. In the course of the school year, the organization makes several appearances on the concert stage, rendering skillfully blended selections of classical, sacred, and semi-popular songs. ln addition to annually singing at the Chancellor's Reception for Parents of Freshmen, the Yuletide Festival, and the home con- cert at Carnegie Music Hall, the Cilee Club maintains a varied program of activ- ities, giving concerts in high schools, churches, clubs, and over the radio. A spring tour, in which the organization makes appearances throughout the Fast, marks the high-water-mark, and a banquet closes its activities for the year. l First Row: Virgin, Mitchell, Collins, Savage, Charlesworth, Orr, Burkhart Second Row: Faust, Scott, Moore, Smith, Croyle, Terhush, Taylor, Schlossherg Third Row: Garld. Zlobro, Wherry, Truman, Baker, Robinson, Levenson Fourth Row: Kennedy. Gray, Powers, Rike, Abele Glee Club I.IIIIMIIIIImIIII.IIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIII.IMIIIm.IMIIMIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIMIII'IIIII,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III.IIIII..II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIEIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. EARL A. ZIMDER .. JAMES C. HOLLAND . HERMAN LYTLE .... BENJAMIN G. BRINK WENDELL D. PIPER . ROIIERT MCCONNELI. OFFICERS DR, W. H. WRIIII-I'I' .. HVOWARD GADD J'JAROLD E. IQENNICDV JAMES LEMMER REMMEL MASLAVESRAS HARRY D. AIIELE GEORGE VV. BLU M EUGENE L. BURKl'lAR'I' WILLIAM L. COLLINS RAYMOND COLEMAN DONALD S. GRAIIAM R. KIiNNE'l'Il 1'1ARRl'l'Y EDWARD G. BEOIIS ROIIER'I' L. CAESAR JACK CLARK K. PAUL. IDERR ROIIERI' L. DESIIONI: CHARLES JJORMAN NILE E. 'IFAUSI' GEORGE R. GRAY JACK .l'lAMMERSCllMIll'l' ADOLI-II G. ANDERSON NIARSIIALL BAKER BENJAMIN G. HRINR IXRTIIUR CIIARLEsWOR'I'II ROSS M. COLVIN JOSEIIII T. CROVLIEV, JR. FIRST TENORS PAUL S. RJl'l'CHEl.I. WENDI-:LL D. PIIIER PAUL M. RIKIE 'VIIOMAS H. SAvAI:E OSCAR SEIILOSSIIERII SECOND 'VENOR JAMES C. H.OI.I.AND CIIARLES JUNIIE ALFRED S. LEIIINSON JAMES B. MOORE JAMES F. OIQR H ERIIER1' PLA'I"I' BARITONES JAMES H. HARVEY GEORGE A. HA'I'I'IIER JFRIEIIERICK H. HIl.'l'ON JOIIN F. HOL'r Al,l"IQlEl! M. ICNAUSS AIIIIIROSE J. RIIEYICR RALI-II W. NJUNIQS llERIxIAN RlUI5l.l.l'IRSl'll0 13 ASS ROIIER1' DUNIAN JOIIN .I"0liAli'I'Y G. BI.AIR IIEMANS RICIIARD l.AIIIIIII-1 A JAMES R. L.XN'l'Z KEI'I'II H. LOUURS 277 IIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIII-I--IIIMIIIMIIIII.IIIIIIIMIIIII..IIIIIII-IIIIMIIImIIII.IIIIIIIIIIRIIII-IIIIIIII IIIIIII.III.IIII-IIIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIImIII-IIIInwIIImIIIIIIIIImIII.IIII.IIIIII.IIIII-IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,IIIIIII..II.IIIIIII.III.-IIIMIII.RIIII..IIIIIIII...II...II..IIImII..IIII.IIIIIIIIIRIII.IIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII UNIVERSITY or PITTSBUR S KEN .. 1VIIIIIrIym' l'I'v.vidI'11l .. l"icc-l'I'r.ridvIIf . . . . Sm'rI'lII1'3I . 1.ibl'l17'itlIlf .. 1,fllI1'f.YI I7iI'I'I'lnr FRED W. SC'IIUS'l'EB HAROLD N. SI'O'I'1' MII.'l'CJN SUTER EDWARD A. TAYLOR JOSEIII-I ROIIIIERS HAROLD SCIIMALZ EUGENE NIV. SCO'r'I' J, ADAM 'l'AMAREI.I.I X LEWIS VV. TAYLOR LEE TRUMAN S'I'ANI.lCY J. ZIORRO JCDUARD OlE'l"l'lNl1 HARRY K. PARKER GEORI:E B. POWERS HARRY E. ROIIINSON, JR BARTON S'I'liVENSON EDWARD C. 'l'liA'I'S HERIII-:R'I' W. Vfllli'l' VVALKER H. VVIIERRY ROWLAND TIIIIIE'r'I' HERM AN Lv'I'I.E ROIIER1' MCCONNELI. J, GARDNER SMI'I'II .DAVID H. LFICRIIUSII CARL W. VIRI:IN PAUL NNRII:II'I' IIIIIIIIIIIIIII-.IIIII ii + f ig,ii.+r will ii, it T gli I ' ll 'I' " A c T I v I 'T I E s ri il HWXXmlXXHIXXNumXmmXmuXNInXXXNInNXmmNmmmWIHXXWXXmWWmmmmmXWNNNmXNWXmmmmmNNulWlmmmmm mm ll 'l llrl till-l till 1 i, l C' First Row: Johnston, 1:10,-H, Canuto, Gehres, Frecdlander, Fcllalxnn, Stoffan. Mitchell I Second Row: Carthew, Goldstein, Knuttila, Ferguson, Turner, Coach Roccreto, Young, Eclwards, lieck, S11-pln-nw, D' -'Yk . . . . Third Row: Iijiiiiiizirtdlgiil, Davis, Smith, Thompson, Conley, Dietrich, Sloan, Holden, Irey, BlCllCV1'llS Fourth Row: Wagner, Barton, H. L. Smith, Grout, Miller, Graff, Shoup, Armstrong, Mirbuch, Loudvn, Cameron Fifth Row: Haniak, Greenfield, Elinoff, Snrcone, Russell, Van Voorhies, H. lireedlnnder, Chester, Seleknnm, Kurjnek The University Band had its origin at the WCStC1'l1 University of Pennsyl- vania in 1904 when the personnel of the organization consisted of eight young men whose official uniforms were made up of inexpensive CZIPS. ln 1929 the Band became part of the R.O.T.C. The cadet uniform of the Corps is the official uniform of the Band. The Band is the iirst student activity on the campus and the last to leave it. From Freshman Weelc, preceding the oliicial opening of school, to activities in connection with Commencement in june, the Band is continually in service. It plays at all football games, pep meetings, student assemblies, and at nearly all the offlcial functions of the University. The outstanding events in this year's history were the trips to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the Pennsylvania game and to West Virginia University. The marching band of 140 pieces, which functioned during the football season, is reduced to approximately 55, which plays at the Annual Home Concert at Carnegie Music Hall. The University Band is by far the largest all-year-round activity on the campus. Officers: Edwards. Turner, Rocereto, Young, Ferguson B ...IME I II .. II II A I..-Iwlmull. mm .IW-I-IMIIIIIII ...Au N I V E R S I T Y O F P WWII.-.III IIIIIIIIIIMIII I muIMII.uwnmInmIMRR.IIIIImI...IMIIII.IIImnIIImMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII nmIIIIIII--IMI.IIII...IIImII...IInmImIIIIIIIIIIMR-.M-II I-IIIEMMIII...RI...III.-IIIIII-III-IR--III IRII-I.IuwIImIIMIIInIN..R..w...m...III..I.I E...II...IRmII..IIM-.IRI-II-II VVILLIAM H. YOUNG . ScO'I"I' 'TURNER ..... AliNOI.lJ DESANTIS .. GEORGE H AMIL'I'ON ROBERT A. FERGUSON WILLIAM EDWARDS .. JAMES REED ............ PROE. M. S. ROCERETO CARI, SwAR'I'z RICHARD SLOAN PAUL LYONS ALFRED ITLORA JOHN FELLAROM HOWARD DE FORREST DONALD CAMERON ROLLAIND LOIIDEN MliIiliIl.l. GOLIJSTIEIN RALIIII SUNDAY F. M. BliClI'l'0I.'I' T'TAR'l'MAN SMI'I'II VV. R. SHOIII- PAUL VVITITAKER LEONARD I-TANIAK GEORGE G lil I RES ROIIERT JOI I NS'I'ON CHARLES BI-:CR STEl'II'lEN S'I'OIfEAN DOW CALVI-:RT H. E. MILLER EARL R'lCKNIGl'I'lf STA-NEORD C I-I ES'I'ER RICHARD DIETRICI-I ROIIERT DAVIS ALLEN DIVERS SAM ELLINOF CYRUS STERI-ISON 1'IERl!PIRT RUC!-IMAN SAMUEL BURN!-IAR1' ROIIERT SMITH GEORGE SHIEELER HARRY WAGNER WAL'rER ARMs'I'RONc: ' VVALIIEN HOLL FRAN I4 CA1'II'I'O C' E '95 CLART N ET JOHN CONLEY FRANK BOLDICN J. C. BOWERS HARRY FRICIQIILANIIICR ARVO IiNU'I"l'Il.A ROY TX'lI'l'CTIliLl. D. M. RUSSELL FRANK SARCONIC NVll.l.IAIvl STEIIHENS TROMBONE ll. W. C.XR'l'llliNVS TA M ICS IEA R I I A R'I' FRED GRAI-'E FLUTE I T T S B U R . . . .. JWKIIIKIHLW .-'I.I'.vI'.vlcIIIl Ilflmzagcr A .Ixvi .vfant Manager .,"Af7P1'fllfTlTU Managm' .flppI'vIItiI'e Manager L fb 1'!ll"TUll udznl Dzrcclor OT'I'I'S TI Diwviov' AI.I!IEli'l' STRICKLER LLOYD THOMPSON RALPH APIIEL ROIIER1' TJVNCAEN E. J. FILLAR HARRY T'TARRTSON DONALD MANIQE CHARLI-IS SCIIAFER JOHN SHERTDAN IUMPIFJ-l'PIl.l,IER TAMICS NTILLIGAN REED BARTON RALPH TQETCHUIVI JOSEI-H WOLEE JOSEPH AIKEN BARITONE :HARRY S1515-li III AN TRUMPET J. W. TVICKNIGI-IT I'IAROT.D AONEVV LOUIS LAIIEE ERNEST MAIR J. G. SMITH VVILLIAM LEWIS H ER'IIER'I' S M ITH DRUMS BERNARD LUCZAK SUMNICR TRICY E. O. McKEE SAXAPHONE IXIKICN 1'HILLIRS C. DONALIISON JOHN JAEEIIRS W. J. JOHNSON CHARLES COWLEY JOSEIII-I GRIEDNIXIQRGIER GEORGE T'TAMIiRl'CK BASSES SIDNEY XIIRIIACIT IRVING GRIEliNl"1lEI.D TDAVID IMMERIIIAN FRENCH HORN DENNIS ICURJACK EIWVARD DIXON BASSOON ELIC FREELANDER 279 HA ROLD NTAITONICY HENRY GEORGE CHARLES GROA1' ELLSWORTI-I MIl.I.EIl FRANK BOLTE ROIIERT MI'I'-CIIELI. WILLIAM SULZRACIIER D. L. ALLEN JOSEI-H Bl.l'IIl.lEVICNS WILLIAM T'TERRON JOHN HOLROYD JOHN HOIJI' JAMES NEIKO PTAROLD PASEROEE T-TIIIIERT SMITH O M A R KRD N N ICN Wli'I"l'ER MAx KAIILAIN HYMAN KOCH ROIIERT RIAL REI N I-I ARIYI' TH IZISSICN ROIII-:R'I' VAN VOORHIES llll'llll'llllllli.l ill 'lll'lll 'll ,ll 'ill ll Illlilll ll,' IW Illllllmlmllllll IIII W II Ii' llliwill X ll lllm I I: I ' rrhnil. rnrwnnw li li' " Ii, I I lil if I rerun snI 1 A c T I v I T I E S iwIIII Iv IlIIIIIIIIllll First Row: Hulford, VVillian1s, Frisko, E. Miller, Prof. Rocereto, Hollstein, Earhart, VV. Miller, Gallagller, Linton Second Row: Harry NV:u:ner, Teats, Graff, George, 'I'orrence, Dietrich, Iilielevens, Grout, Crisnen. iiurkliart Third Rrpwg 514-gr-nu, Dflvis, Schaill, Homer Wagner, Smith, Kronenwetter, Chisler, Slrickler, Hylwa lrounl, Row: Qnr,m,,' lrreedizmder, Greenfield, Bailey, Cox, Strutch, Flora, lfellaboin Thg University Symphony Orchestra is an outgrowth of the former Pitt iinsemble. it is the most recent of the musical organizations on the campus, having received its charter from the University in the fall of 1927. The orchestra was created in response to a long felt need for an organization which could supplement the band and other musical activities. The Symphony Orchestra gave its first program before the Yuletide Festival in l927. its activities have grown since then to include appearances before Pitt Players, assemblies, church groups, and other school functions. This year the orchestraQis planning its first concert, and it is hoped that it will continue to give annual concerts in future years. In addition to its musical activities, the orchestra holds several social functions. Professor Rocereto, a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and director of the Concert Hand, is director of the Symphony Orchestra. H. E. Miller, Prof. Rocereto, Hoilstein, Earhart ' Symphony Orchestra 280 Rm111.MRm1.111..11 UNIVERSITY or PI 41-11.11141 .... ml D 11m.....m.MIIMMM1 ..11w.1w..11 411...A1..m1. 1.411.141 11...w Al-I. RLLSVVO JAMES W. 1.w...w-.111 1111.111.W11.1111...111.R11.1R11.11111.111...11...w..411...1 1111.11111...111.11111.1111...M..1111..w1..1 PROF. M. J. ROCIiRIi'l'O ....... 'IO11 N BAILEY THOMAS B1ANcu1.L1 R11'1'11 BOWSI-:R NIARION BULRORD I2uO1cN1e BURKHAR1' l'AU1, C111s1.ER MORR1s COHEN lx' I 5'rZL!f :IWW ' R'1'1 1' M 11-1.1511 EARI 1 ART ........ VIOLIN RAI.l'l'l COX BRYAN 'DAVIS LIAMRS FERGUSON G1cRA1.D1N1c GA1.1.AO111zR ROR1cR'1' I-TOL1.s'1'1s1N MARK 1-l'Y1,1vA MARY Blil.l.lE -IORUON VIOLINCELLO FRA N K CRISDIQN LOU ISIC ,FRIS K0 OMIEIQ K ALFRED FLORA BASS VIOLIN IRYINO GR1z12N1f11s1.D FLUTE RONIiNWIi'1"l'IiR CLARINET JOHN F151.1.A11OM BASSOON ELIC FR1a12DLAND1zR ILIIENRY G12oR1:1z TRUMPET C11AR1.1ss GROAT EDWARD THATS FRENCH HORN FRANK CAPUTO TROMBONE JAMES EARHART FRED GRAFF BASS HORN HARRY WAONRR DRUMS 105121111 B1.1s11.1cv1cNs PIANO LLOYD T1-1OM1'sON 281 T S B U R Manager .. Assistant Manager Iizrvvtor VIVIAN K1-:1.1.Y SARA 1,lN'l'0N HAROLD SCHAILI. EDWARD S'r1cORNA R12uR1zN STUTCH jO11N TORR1fNc12 O'l"l'1S TRU M1-1f11ra1.1.1sR JAMES TDOM PSON HOM ER WAGNER A1.R1zR'1' S'rR1cK1.nR W1 N1FR1zD MILT-lil? 121.1.swORT11 MIl.I.EIi HAR'1'M AN S1v11'1'H RIC1-1ARD D11s'1'R1c:H VVYNONE WILLIAM S .I ...wi I rim IIiiIIWIII..IIIuiIWiIIII.IIHiIIHiII.iiIII.III.iiIII.iiII.IIIImirI..III..II.iiIIinIII-iIIWII,IIIIWIIIiiIIInIIiiiIIniIImirIinIII.AIIUIIII.,IIII.II.HIIH.III.IIII.iiIIinIII..III.IIII.UIII.IIWIII.IIIWIII.IIWW-mi-.iw.wi..ii .1 N mm A C T I V I T I E S All ll' IIIIIIIII f II IIII 'li li ' all WIFIII.I.l.IiliI.'.i'ii.l"iT" il ,III f l IIIIIIII f MR, GUS A, SCHN,mE,, '15 MR. JCJIIIgIVIIsI5lig'iiy5'ETEIi '31 MR. HAIi0I.D LEvENsoN '34 DR. BENJAMIN LEvAN'r '19 MR. BERNARD ROSIENSON '34 MR. C1iARl.Es TEXTOR '36 Lyrics By MR. Louis M. FUsuAN '23 MR. STANLEY GOLDMAN '34 CAST OE CHARACTERS Robert Brannigan, Inn Keeper ....................................... I5ERNARD ROSENSON, Bus. Ad '34 Hugh Henry Brackenridge ...................,. ................. C ARL SWARTZ, JR., Col '34 Mrs. Pride, Schoolmistress ...................................... .......... I OIIN VVYICTII, Col. '35 John Scull, Owner of Pittsburgh Gazette .............. ............... ,I OSIEPII SAivrsoN, Ed '35 Joe Rriggs, Indian Trader ........................................................ ...... N oRMAN XXVOLKICN, Col. '34 Melissa Marbury, a fair visitor from the East ............ RUSSELL CONNOLLY, Col '35 George McGunnigle, town blacksmith ...................... ................ .I OSEITII. fI'oRMl-xv, Col. '33 Craig Forbes, a newcomer .........................................,.... ........... j AMES I'Io1.1.AND, Bus. Ad. '33 Major Marbury, Commander at Fort Pitt ...... JAMES MCCORMICK, IR., Eng. '35 Red Feather ,................,............................................................ .......... I RAYMOND MCCUNIC, Eng. '34 Earnest Lee, student at the Academy ......... ......... A . I'IUIlICR'I' VVAGNER, Col. '34 Jennie, a friend of Melissa ................................ ....... M 'ARsilAi.1. BAKER, Bus. Ad '35 Jeannie, another friend of Melissa ....... ................. I QOISICRT I-IAAsE, Eng. '35 Bill, student ............................................................ ........ I 21c'1lARo FISK, Bus. Ad. '34 Harry, student ....... ........ .... .... ............... J ' A ix 'IES P. BURNS, Col '35 Frank, Student ....................................................... . ........ I'IOWARD lKl.ICl'lB, Bus. Ad. '34 Jacob Bausman, Ferryboat operator ........ ..... T iloivms NICCONKICY, Ed. '35 George Welcli, Sehoolmaster ......................,....... ......, I QICIIARD I-AMmE, Eng. '36 Corn Planter, Chief of Seneca Indians ......... ...... H ORACIC J. HUBBARD, Col '33 Paddy Gibbons, Man about town ........,....., Sergeant King, Orderly ......................... Mrs. Gray, a Philadelphia Iielle ........ Private Adams ............................................ Private Brewster ....................... W1L1-1AM MOIQAN, Col. Uncl. HoRAc:E J. I-IUHBARD, Col .IosEi-113 LE'r'rERErI.I.o, Col '33 '36 ALLEN IDIVICRS, Eng. '35 RICHARD Oni., Col. fl ioga, Indian pelt dealer ...................................................... , .............. Louis IQIiIZIiNS'I'ElN, Col Members Mechanical Society, Students, Villagers, Indians and Soldiers 282 Cap '35 '35 and Gown .RIRmII..IIWIII..III.-.IIII.IImnI.IRIIIIIIII-.III.-IIIImIIInI,ImI.IIIII..IIII-RII.-IIII-IIIIIRII-I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-I I-IIII-IIII-III-IIII--.III-IIII..IIII.IIII..II...III...III.IIII...II ..III.IIIIII.RIIII..IIII..IIIImIIm.II...IIIII..IIII-.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I..IIII..I,II.IIII..III.IIIIII..IIVIIIII..III...IIII.III..III..II,IIIIII.IIII..II.I.III..I.I..III..II UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH Z Y I M anim! GIRLS CHORUS CI.IIf'I'ON BRI'I"I'AIN, Col. '33 S'I'ANIfORII Cl'lES'l'I'IR, Bus. Ad. '34 CLVIIII CLAUS, Mines '36 ROIIIcR'I' CUIVIIVIINS, Col. '36 EDGAR TJOWLING, Bus. Ad. '34 NIAAURICE FIIQRIVIAIN, l.'harm. '36 GI-:ORGII FRIRIIMAN, Col. '33 LOUIS HAY, Col. '36 WII.I.IAIVI L. HIQRRON, Bus. Ad. '34 CIIARI.I':s 1'fIl.ES, Col. '36 XA'Il.l1UR BAER, Col. '36 ROIII-:R'I' BOWIILIQR, Col. '35 DONAI.D CAIVII-IIIQLI., Col. '35 I'AUL CI-IIsI.ER, Col. '35 EDNVARIJ IPRYE, Bus. Ad. '33 PLXRRY GARNIQR, Ed. '35 GIQORGI: GoLAN'I'Y, Bus. Ad. '35 GIQORGIQ HAMlI.'l'0N, Bus. Ad. '36 CI-IARLIQS JOI-INSON, Bus. Ad. '36 AI.IfRIcII LIQVIQNSON, Col. '36 FRANCIS DORAN, Ed. '34 CIIARLIQS W. GOLLIVIAR, Col. '34 PAUL S. Nl1'l'ICl'lEI.L, Eng. '35 FRIQIJ W. ScIIUs'I'I4:R, Bus. Ad. '35 JOIIN M. IIOI.I.INOswOR'I'II, Col. '34 ROIIIQR1' Flt'l:ARl.:X:Nli, Eng. '35 FAHIAN MIl'lICI.1'L'v, Col. '35 OLIVIQR IJ. MON'I'4:OIIII-IRV, Eng. '36 CI-IARLIcs PIIRRINII, Bus. Ad. '36 GIcORGIc ROLL, Ed. '35 FRIIII RIQIIIIQR, Eng. '33 GIQOROIQ S'I'0CliER, Bus. Ad. '35 MIQLVIN VA'I'Z, Col. '36 ROIIIQRT R. YOUNG, Eng. '33 BOYS CHORUS JAIVII-:s MCKINNIQV, Col. '36 WILLIAM McNI'I'1', Bus. Ad. '35 WlI.Y.IAM NILIRCIIISO-N, Bus. Ad. '36 EIIWARII NOWLIN, Eng. '34 CIIARLIQS RUCI-I, Col. '36 l.OUIs SI-IA1-IRA, Col. '36 HIQNRY SClllI.l'l', Bus. Ad. '36 RICIYIAIQIJ SLOAN, Bus. Ad. '34 W. SCOTT TURNER, Eng. '35 CIEORGE WII.I.I.IAIvIsoN, Bus. Ad. '35 OCTETTE ROIIIQRT R. SIVIITII, Eng. '36 H. BARTON S'I'IaVI4:NsON, Bus. Ad. '34 PAUL J. WIIIQLAN, Dent. '34 RAl.l'l'I P. SNIVIILY, Bus. Ad. '36 TRIO GUs1'AvIz BENJAMIN WIQISSLIAN, Col. '33 GIQOROE HA'I':'I-II':R, Col. '33 RAYIVIONII COLEMAN. Col, '33 FRONIPTOR S'I'A:NI.IcY VAN WAGNIQR, Dent. '33 PRODUCTION STAFF JOHN GROVIQ, Manager, Col. '34 A. NA'I'IIAN AI.PI2RN, Col. '34 PAUL BARIQR, Bus. Ad. '35 NIALTRIVCIC GLASS, Col. '34 ,TULIQS GRIIIQN, Col. '35 VVILLIAIVI ITARVEY, Col. '36 FRANK HIzIvIIIIf:R'I'. Bus. Ad. '34 JASON LlCAVI'I"I', Dent. '35 HI4:RIIIeR'I' lVlcCIII.I.OUr:II, Ed. '35 LIQO MlIlVl'I'Z, Bus. Ad. '35 JOSIEIIII NIJVAIQ, Col. '35 BIQRNARII SII.VIiRIII.A'I"I', Col. '34 S'I'ANI.IcY ZIOIIRO, EIIg. '35 BUSINESS STAFF VlC'l'fJIi NlA'l"l'ESON, Manager, Eng. '33 ADOI,I'Il BIQIIRIQNIIIQRG, Col. '35 EIIWARII M. IJURRIN, Col. '36 S'I'IcI'1-IIaN How, Bus. Ad. '34 IUAVID IIVIIVIIIRIVIAN, Bus. Acl. '34 ROIIIQRT TQAUFIXIAN, Bus. Ad. '36 ROV NlI'l'CllliI.l., Bus. Ad. '35 JOI-IN NYHVAIQ, Col. '34 HIQNRY SI'IcRI.INc:, Bus. Ad. '34 GIQORGIQ S'I'RONc:, Col. '36 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TECHNICAL STAFF SAMUI-:I. MOYIQR, Col. '34 Stage Mnmmer E. H. PICRIQRING,Bns.Acl. '35, flmf. 5141110 Mgr J. IJAVIS YOUNG, Eng. '33, lilerlriml Mgr. ROIIIcR'I' BARNUIII, EIIg. '33.4 lfll'fH'l1'f1f A41171- IIARRY BALIQS, Eng. '33, lilertrival Sfujjf ROIEICIVI' MQCONNIQLI., JR., Eng. 34, lzlmi .Slaff MAKE UP STAFF CI-IARI.Ias FURIQIVIAN, Col. '35 J0S"1l'H SAMSONI Ed- '35 E RALI-II AI-IIIQI., Bus. Ad. '36 JOHN MASON. CGI- '35 4 CARI! SWARTZ, IRI, Col- '34 I-IOWARII ICLEEIE, Bus. Ad. '34 Ql.30Rm.g C111-IN, Col, '35 AIIOLI-I-I BIQIIRIQNIIIQRG, Col. '34 "All To The pointy UW 3, N I I I A c T I v I T I E s llW111il1Mil.!. ul 1 x TW, it it V l 1 all , 1 1 ill 1 1 1 i, N l il .ll l nu I Q llliiiiiir lillhliiilllflll ii' 'i.. i lll First Row: Haller, Drum, Wolf, Bair, Bart. Kaufman, Glynn, Sloan, Blauvelt, Hartmann, Mateer, McCoy, Suehr Elson Second Row: Ferguson, Novak, Heibel, Robson, Lewis, Currie, Smith, Strong, Foreman, Galbrcath, King Third Row: Alter, lgulrgs, Collins, Barnum. Cohn, McConnell, Barth, Metzler, Samson Fourth Row: Young, Andes, Cushdollar, Jarvis, Cass, Kallfeltz, Ingold, Wynn, Bunker X ,1. 'DVI it Ili' sf, L OFFICERS lflmuw BALES ...... ................. .... . . President lii.AlNic lh.Auriz1.'r ..... .. lrltii?-l,7'!'.l'llf011f EMMV Lou l'lALI.liR ......... Sr'c1'flm'y 1JoNAi.u IN4:o1.u ...... .......... 7 l7'Fll.Y1H'I7?' JOHN CAsuuoI.I.Aiz B1l.l'l1lL'.Y.Y Manager Cfuu. ll, CASS ...... ........... D ireqtor IZ. Wu.r.is WHITED ........ .. ........ ....... Adwsor The Pitt Players was organized in 1916 by George M. Baird as a little iheater group in which each member took an active part in all the phases of play production. ln 1922 Mrs. Madge ll. MacQueen became director. Plays were presented in Heinz House on a movable stage constructed for that purpose by the technical staff which was organized in 1923 by li. Willis Wliitecl. In 1927, Walter G. Edmundson became director, but ill health necessitated his resignation after only one production. His place was iilled by his assistant Miss Jane lillen Ball. ln 1929, Williaiii Carothers became technical director. The lfnglish department took over the organization in 1930 and appointed Carl B. Cass, a member of the faculty, as director of the Players, to succeed Miss Ball who had resigned. Under the present system, Mr. Cass produces three full length plays each year, having usually one campus performance of each at the Y.M. and Y.W.H.A, auditorium and pre-campus performances at the Irene Kaufman Settlement and occasionally at the Heinz Little Theater. The pro- gram also includes about twenty-four student directed one-act plays produced in three groups at the Falk lilementary School Auditorium. The scope and quality of the Players work is constantly improving under the present organization. Pitt Players 284 N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H .1iiimywi-mi..m..wi..iiIHIIIi.-mi..wmwi.4iii- ii..m...m..i .IIIiniiII-IIIii.-IIIWiiii.iwnwi...iii.. Wm III..IiiV..IIii..iiIinIIi.-.iiiiww.m---limi ..ii...,w.w ,.wi..ia-iii ..w..mi....i -.mm mm.. ..,m..iw..ii i,..iw ..i,...w..w.. i.Hi1..iIIi..IiT.1TTT.TII,..III.i,III..iIII..iIii.ITiIIi..IIlH.IIIi..IIII..TTII..TIII..TIIII..IlIi,..,i.,..,m.,w...,i OFFICI-:as i llmzuv BAl.l'IH .Wage JWKIIIIIQCT' ,l. lMvls YouNo 7'0r'hniml Jlflamiycr Romcizr T. TTARNUIXI lilerlrivimz l'llcl.1cN ll. GLYINN ' Srmiir flrlixl Roiucu'r K. IKARNUM, ju. l'1w'f11r1sc'1' First Row: Hales, Cass, McCoy, Glynn, Elson, Bilflllllllv Young Second Row: Ferguson, I-Icihel, Robson, Currie, Slllltil, McConnell, Barth Third Row: Collins, Kallfeltz, King, Jarvis, Andes The Pitt Players Technical StaH was organized in 1923. Tits function is to design, construct, paint and operate all scenery and equipment connected with the production of plays. The Players' Shop, which is the headquarters of the Technical Staff, has had numerous homes on the campus, being forced to vacate one after another because of the growth oi' their work. They now own and operate several thousand dollars worth of equipment. The Technical Staff places its facilities at the disposal of all other campus organizations. Technical Staff ' I'Ir:i.i5N ll. GLYNN 1'1'c.vidcnl ROIIIERT T. l3ARN1iM lfzrc-I'rcsic1c1it lflalmy llA1.1cs Sm'1'efa1'y-7'r0a.vu1'cr E. VVn.l.is k'VllI'I'liIl .fldzfisor First Row: liair, Hartmann, Glynn, Ijlauvclt, Haller ' Second Row: Balt-s, McConnell, Currie, Barnum, Collins Third Row: Young, Cass, Kallfeltz, Cashdollar The Penn Beta chapter of Theta Alpha Phi, the honorary dramatic frat- ernity, was organized on the University of I'ittsburg'h campus in 1921. It is the largest dramatic organization of its kind and is composed of sixty-live chap- ters scattered throughout twenty-nine states. Theta Alpha Phi taps junior and Senior men and women for marked ability in the various iields of activities associated with the collegiate theater. Theta Alpha Phi 'llil 'i ll l All ,ii il it 'll W5 1' it ,V Q' ,Il ,. ,.., "ii " 1 li, 'll T l at l A c T I v I T I E S ll lhr twl li will lllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll Madame l.isa Della Robbia, an opera soprano of world fame, swoops down upon her husband's Boston apartment, after having' spent many months touring the world. VVhen she arrives her hus- band is already attached to another woman. Madame in- vades the apartment and with her cosmopolitan entourage transforms its masculinity in- to a display of silken cush- ions, decorative screens and sweeping' draperies. Needless to say, Madame reeaptures her husband's heart, after an CAST Un order of their appearaneej Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald .............................................,........................................................... Cl.AIil'INlfI'I Solana Mrs. Flora Preston, his fiance .... .....,. l iARli.XRA ANN I'IAR'l'MANN Tamamoto ..................... ....... .............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 X ix IIZROSIQ Mlgylglq John, his S011 .........................,..................... ,,,,, I QICHARD IJAMBIIC Aline Chalmers, john's fiance ...... ....... l -oulsla Cms111cN Bice, M,adame's maid ..................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . THAN S'1'O'l'I,IfR Archemede, her eoolc ,, "SUNNY" Wigsuxqgiqlq DOCtO1', het' physician ............... ,,,,,,,,, I SRAI-11, G01,1J1315Rg: Miss Smith, her secretary ...... .... . IICSSIIC Vl'l'C'll'liS'I'AIN lintourage . .......................................... ........................,.......... .................................... . . CLARAl'1R'l'MAN IOIIN Gron FABIAN MITIICLTC Hlf:1unf:u'i- FINE Flu!-:nA G0l-DS'l'l'2IN W1i.1.AR1J NtJIi'1'i7N fiiRAClA li'oUs'r 'l2li'1"l'Y Ossom RlE'l"l'Y QQUARRIIC Madame Lisa Della Robbia .... almost fatal brawl, and swoops off again on a South American operatic tour, trail- ed by her faithful entourage and her newly dutiful hus- band, who carries her curly poodle. "lTCnter Madame", an operatic travesty, by Gilda Varesi and Dolly llyrne was presented by the Pitt Players at the Y.W. and Y.M.H.A. auditorium on Thursday, No- vember 17, after two oH- eampus performances at the Irene Kaufmann Settlement Theater and the Heinz Plant Little Theater. "Enter Madamel' 286 it -i ill ll i L It lil 1 1mi11In1imy11.H11iin1i1.iiiiilnii1ll.i11ui1ilu111In1imi11lm1lmi11-.111lm11mi1iini1im1i.H11iniw...w.wimwi. i11H.it1...1iuwmi1iinitmii1ui1i...U...w..iw.wt...ii .1it1.mimn11mmi.miit...Q11nm11lmitmy11.mi1im1ii...1iuw1.lu1muivi..iim.1mi1mu11vmmuitlm1iinit.Hi1mium1lmi...iitm1lmH.H1H..1umui1i,iwmy11mn1miium1ili..ml-mum... UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH "Craig's Wife" is a domestic drama concerning a romantic husband who is devoted to his work and his wife, who thinks more of her house, the vase on the mantle, the paint on the stairs, than she does of her own husbandls happiness or her husband himself. This selfish, narrow woman gradually excludes all her husband's friends from their home and finally drives out his aunt who be- fore she leaves opens Craig's eyes to his wife's designs. Craig leaves home. The servants leave. Word comes of Mrs. Craig's sister's death. The curtain falls with Mrs. Craig alone with her precious furniture, perplexed at the thing she has done. "Craig's Wife" is a Pulitzer prize play of universal appeal written by George Kelly and presented by Pitt Players at the Y.W. and Y.M.H,A, auditorium on Thursday, February 16, after an off-campus performance at the Irene Kaufmann Settlement Theater. CAST Cln order of their appearancej Miss Austen ......... ............................................................................................ l Mrs. Harold ......... Mazie ...................... Mrs. Craig .............. Ethel Landreth ...... Walter Craig ........ Mrs. Frazier ......... Billy Birkmire ....... Joseph Catelle ......... Harry .............................. Eugene Freclericks ...... "Craig's Wife" 287 Ll. IZA B liI'l' ll VVI N GISRTIER , .....................,....... FERN WOLF I-IELIEN BART IJOROTI I Y IKAUFMAN l2l.A1N1c BLAUVIELT CARL SwAR'rz IQUTII DRUM joslamr SAMPSON I-liakislam' FINE SAMUEL MOYER :FRED L. :KIGER 'li mi-i r im im r vnu 1 Mini-wi 1 :W l i lliil llllll .. :cn ., illm X X in ..m.i.m.i.v m..i.u..1w mm i..W..im.liw.,m..lW lg' ' rttr - V l T tttr ' ' ' rrtti i ittii ' s i jg yy yyyy "- iliii.iiiiV.iiimiirW1i,..i1i,.ln...m,.m,.wim.i.miilii.Ui1ri.11ii..111iH11iK..iiiilli,...1i.Mi1ul11mlii.-liii,.W.mi.lm.WHi11uii1i..iiiiH1ii1iniw.liWii..mi.. CAST 1 ll . i.. . W N ' 'li N ' ' tlliwl lil "Old Man Minielc" comes to live with his son and daughter-in-law at their Chi- cago apartment after having' spent his whole life bael: in liloomington. lle linds the constant whirl of the younger generation unpleasant and seeks the companionship of the "boys" over at the "home", Although Fred and Nettie have almost reached the breaking point of endur- ance, they prevail upon Min- ielc to stay on with them and plan to spend the evening at home entertaining' him. llow- ever, the old man overhears Qln order of their appearancej Lil Corey .,............ Nettie M iniclc ..... Annie ................... -lim Corey ........ Fred Minick ............. Old Man Miniek ..... Al Diamond ..,.......... Marge Diamond ....... Lula ................................. Mr. Dietenhofer ...... M r. Price ................... Mrs. Smallridge ....... Mrs. Craekenwald .... Mrs. Lippeneott ....... Miss btack ............. a conversation which reveals to him the whole situation, and so while they are out dur- ing' the morning he INOVCS over to the "home", The story is brought so close to reality that it parallels in some way the lives of everyone in the audience and leaves an un- eradicable impression upon them. "Minielc", hy George Kaufman and lCdna Ferher, was produced at the Y.VV. and Y.M.H.A. auditorium on Thursday, April 6, after an off-campus performance at the Irene Kaufmann Settle- ment theater. llAiusAuA MA'l'lCI'Ili lJORO'l'llY G14:'i's1Nmf:1: JAN li lincm 1: lrllclzlzialrl' Gwynn CnA1u.1cs FORIEMAN C. Howmua SMITH. Mflli'I'ON Hmuus Amer: l':LSON l3if:'r'rv QUARRIIC JAOIIN NEARY il+'oR1u4:s'l' AL'l'I'2ll VVoNNl-:'rAn l'A1u4s JEAN S'l'O'l'LICR Rosie lima, MAXINI4: GA1nusoN u ,, ll Munich N wm1 " H H H WH Mm M W W M M W WW UWMWWWMNNVHF VHVWH HWN"H INHWWWE W.HN1QlHEV2 FM W W WHNWl WVWWEWIWMMRNWHlll W WVWYMWMMWW YUT?W WWW WW W WH M N H W V V mmwm mm l nm MM I lWWM Grganizations IHIUMMIMIIIIIIIWIIIIIIMIINIIMIMIIMIIWINIIWIMIIUIIMIMIIIIWIWI ill ll l llll ill Elli ll ll 'll ll ii Ilfdllllllmullllllllulllll l' I ll p II I' nlllll ' ' if ll F l i . ll ff lllillix ,, I in 'V'll'I'lllll"ll"4ll"''''"''ll"1ll"'lll"'lll"'ll"'lll'l'll'l''ll"'lllll''l""ll""ll"'llfl"ll'l'll'W'l'll'''"'''''H'''ll'''""''ll''l""ll"'''""''""''l"Hll""''""''""'l"H'"'l'l"''l'"'''l"''l"'''l"'''l'"''"'''""''"''''"l""""""""""" 'H ' l ,ll ill ill ' i w' A c T I v I T 1 E s llll il illllimll ll a Jllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll lfirst Row: Mori-Zillh DWF, Clmrleswortli, Holbrook, Moore Sr-eond Row: ifllllil, Danahey, Mendenholl, Hardwick, iil'L'lil1lllL'l', Mitchell Third Row! NIHSUIICCI, Greenamyer, Edwards, Lawrence liducation which sharpens the tools of mental achievement without influenc- ing the motives behind their use may be a great evil as well as a great good. The Y.M.C.A. aims to put before a large group of Pitt students those motives and purposes which make for a sincere and authentic insight powerful and useful enough to give practical help for satisfactory personal life and better social order. There are two main types of activities: clubs and projects. These groups usually meet for lunch and are addressed by faculty and outside speakers. These meetings afford students a variety of stimulating social, spiritual, and intellectual contacts. There are a large number of campus-wide projects which are set up to give all students an opportunity to undertake some vital piece of work. Some of the projects undertaken by students are World Education, Religious Study Groups, and Social Activities, These projects have brought to the campus famous lec- turers and have provided a large group of students and faculty members with some of the most helpful experiences of University life. Ofiieers: Morgan, Derr, Clmrlesworth, Holbrook, Moore A Young Men's Christian Association 290 Illi il il l UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH ii.miii.iii.iiiiiniiiiniimiiiri.-ii.iiiiWiii.iiiumimiiiMiiiI-iiimmiimiin-iiii..imi.i.iiiii..iiiil.iiiiliiiiiii iiiniiii..im.iiimWiiimiiiiniiMiii.iii...ii+..ii.i.wi. .4ii..iiiii..iiimiiimii....ii,...iiii..wi.w W... -iM.mi....iii iiii..iiii.iiiii. iw-i..ii.iii .Wil EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AR'l'l I UR Cl l'ARLESWoR'ri I, President ANTHONY I31ANcO JOHN P. BRACKEN :KING DICRIQ G. BLAIR I'IlEMANS JOHN HOLRROOK JAMES B. MOORE IRUDOLPII MOIIGAN JOHN D. PAULUS EDWARD YELLIG FACULTY MEMBERS DR. S. B. LINHART, Chairman MR. J. G. Qlllliili, Treasurer DR. S. P. FRANKLIN R. C. GORIIAM J. W. W. ISIALLOCK DR. C. G. KING BENJAMIN THLAW WALTER J. ROME W. H. SIllil.'l'0N DR. W. H. WR1G11'r R. L. WILLIAMS HOLGAR JODNSON C. NV. RIDINGIER COM MITTEE CHAIRMEN Monday Freshman Club ........... Wednesday Freshman Club ........ Thursday Freshman Club ........ Boy's W01'ii ..................................... Y Lobby Programs ....... The Inquiry ......................... Reconciliation Forum ................... International Relations Club ............. Experiments in Personal Religion ...... Student Volunteer Club ........................ Campus Service . ......... ......... Freshman Handbook ..... ........ Pre-Medical Club ....... Literature .................... Interracial Club ........ Freshman Service ........................................ Tuesday Young People'S Group ....... Dental Forum ............................... Religious Research Club ....... Administration ......................... "Y" Council . ......... .. Social Committee ................................... .. Jo1lN IVIONILOMLRY GEORGE McG11-'EEN WILLIAM L1N1lA'R'ii AN'1'll0NY BIANCO JAMES B. MOOIQIS RUDOLPII MORGAN IQUDOLPII MOIQGAN .ALONZO BREVVER G. BLAIR I'IEMANS EDWARD BRETIIAUER HAROLD MAITONY FRANKLIN ICALLFELZ EDWARD BRETITAUER EDWARD YIELLICE HARRY PARKER JOHN HOLBROOK W1LL1AM LAWRENCE REED ROSE .................... R' THOMAS CUMMINGS JOHN PAULUS IRING DIERR DON CAMPBELL JAMES WALLACE Campus Conference on Religion ....... ....... A RTIIUR CITARLESWORTII Off-Campus Conferences ...................... Human Relations Trips ..... VVOrld Education .......... ........ 291 IARTIIUR CIIARLESWORTII WILLIAM J. EDWARDS JOIIN BRACKEN 'lp il ll ' ll ill ill iv ii li iiwui xl! 1 I unniiuuwmumull ii ii, ll ill iimilliliuiszlll ll ii il il ll mnuummawmin I l l i .M iw lmimlllluiilmirnllwnmllulllllllulmlll First Row: Rose, Hamilton, Beck Second Row: lilatl, Sxines, Jarvis RUIXICRT A. Bl-:eu .,.. .......... . ..... C, ifllliflllllll Enmoivo URISICNIC RU'rH 1'i.AM1l.'I'ON IQUWARD 13LM-T GILNIORIQ Simms Rolslclu' Cl-lAMlllilll.lN GLEN SROIJICS leemnain- jixuvis Rlilill ROSE Novelty and simplicity featured this year's Senior Announcements. De- signed ini both white card board and dark blue leatherette, the announcements bore a silhouette reproduction of the Cathedral. A full view of the Cathedral appeared on the front pageof the booklet. Administrative officers, Senior Com- mittee, a list of graduates and their degrees, the events of the Unive1'sity'S Spring' Festival, all appeared in this book. Interior views of the Cathedral preceded vignettes of the Deans of the various schools were presented. The Senior Announcements are the formal engraved invitations to the annual graduating ceremonies of the University of Pittsburgh. Senior Announcement Committee 292 imiiimmuiiinivmiiimmmimiiii.Iiiimilimiiii-iiiii-iti1uwmyiiiniiiui11mn11-.11Am11iniiiiww.w...w...m. -.4iiniiiiniiinii1-Iiiuwiiniii.1iiii.iii..-w..w.-.wmw- atiiimiiim.iiiiniiiimiii-.1i11inii1imilimiii...Ai1.Himn1immmainwiAmmmimm1in1mmiiaAminwAm1.mi1.nlmmim1in-mniimimamy1linii.mtmmlimmmiimtiniwiiinmiiimiui NIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH 'First Row: Kuhl. Biddle, Prentcr, Strauss, Mctzler Second Row: Wilkinson, Williams, McCune, Beck, Brody Third Row: Daguc, Reiclicnbach. Van Wagner BOARD OF GOVERNORS ICAY PRENTER ......... .............................. . .. Kappa Kappa Gamma WAYNE WEAVER ........ ....... 7 'hola Delia Phi STANLEY VAN WAGNER .......... Psi Omega RAYMOND MCCUNE ..... ..... P hi Gamma Delta ALHER1' WILKINSON .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cooperative Buying, for years a fraternity dream at the University of Pitts- burgh, was realized during the summer of 1932. Details of organization were developed by Theodore W. Biddle, supervisor, and Samuel Strauss, general manager and presented to housemothers, housemanagers, and stewards at the start of this school year. Support of all the fraternity groups was promptly demonstrated. Twenty-three men's and women's fraternities are participating in the various aspects of Cooperative Buying. Canned goods, staple groceries, meats, bread, dairy products, fresh vegetables, laundry, ice, and coal are the units by which the greater economies have been realized. The ASSOCiation, by concentrating its bargaining power, has been alert to obtain discount arrange- ments on many other items that had been regarded as unimportant. During the year the Association management took steps to make the organ- ization more permanent by asking fraternities to elect a board of five governors, whose duty it is to determine the organization's policies, assist in the selection of wholesalers and assume general responsibility. Fraternity Cooperative Buying at the University has definitely proved its worth. The volume of business to May 1, totaled S22,199.83, with a gross saving below wholesale of S2,106.46, which was promptly refunded to all partici- pating fraternities. The Co-op anticipates even better business arrangements with resultant greater economies. The wholehearted support of all fraternities has meant money saved and Cooperative Buying can look for greater success in the future. 'Cooperative Buying Association 293 mninminuilimiimiiiiniiimwillii.Iiii-iniii-nii.uiiiimii--.4immim11inii1--.11um11-.1wmw.iw...a.-1 iiinii1-Hm..ammwii.-Winl1i.41ii-itiii.i,Wi..w.. .HHi.1l11.mi1--11immiimii1mlilimiimaiimimilimniinmimmimmim.immiimmlmmmilim1mmim1iumim.mm-mlimAm--mimmmaumlimmmmiimmiwmmmiimmtimimmi iw' ' all 'M'F1l'lll'l'l All ll ,,,, ,, ,, lZl:lllll11::r' lp ll lllunlullllwlllu 1 limi ,ii m ' 'li V H :Wifi lille' ll ii "'w ml ii lm . lla OFFICERS J, R, VVH.soN .. ............. .......... 1 'rcsiflcnl K. C. Ilosi' ....... lf'ire-P1'1'.vidm1 R. R. Youivcs .... l'1'ogmm Cluzirzzzyrm R, W, O'N1aA1. Svcralrzry-'l'rvcz.vurcr J. W. l'lALl.0l'Ii ..... lfacully Advise:- M, VV, Llawls .... liacully ,4clzfi.rar The American Management Association is a national organization which was formed in 1918 for the purpose of promoting the study of the Science of Man- agement. :There are four divisions of the Association, each of which division holds conferences at which topics of special interest are discussed. The proceed- ings of these conferences are published in pamphlet form to supplement the information of the meetings and are issued to all members in their respective divisions. Two general conventions are held each year-Midwestern in Autumn-and Eastern in Spring. The Association renders great service in assisting educational and other institutions in interpreting the personnel needs of commerce and industry by maintaining reciprocal relations with them. merican Management Association 294 l V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H ii..-wi..wi ...wi.iiii... i-.m..iw.iw. . iii i iw.iiiH-iii...iiN.iiiiniiiniiiV..iiN.iiiH.iiiiniiV..iiiiniii.iiiii..iiii.Miimyii.Uiii.iiii..iiiiH..ii..iiii.Miii..iiii.1iiii..iiii..iiiiViiii..W,iii..iiii-iiiii ..iii-wiiii.iiii..iii..iiii.1iim.iii..m..wi..m. iniii.Hiii.Hiiii...iii,..iiii...1iii.iiiii...iiii.iiii.Hiiiiniiiii...iii.1iiiii.1iHi,.iii,...iiii,Miii..iii...iii...iiWiii1.4iii.itii,.iiii.,,,,..w..,w.ii Top Row: Klein, McNamara. Dent Third Row: Rosenhcrger, Fnrncr, Seder, Levin, johnson, Kraeling Second Row: McCune, Tritinger, Woods, Walton, Madden, Sloan, Brndmerkle First Row: Mady. Negley, McConnell, Miss Tufts, Lee, Herron, Goldstein OFFICERS ATARY Lou 1Vlc:CoNNl2l.1. . ............. ....... I 'rrsidmil ,l1tlR0'l'llY Lula ....... , .... H I'jt-p 1'rg.qidw11 Mixlw f.iICR'I'RUllli lllam:oN .. .... .S'vcrclury V1lu:lNlix Niamlcx' ........... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 7'r4-am,-,-r The XfVomen's Athletic As- GOVICRNINU BOARI sociation is an organization whose purpose is to foster clean sportsmanship and an interest in athletics among' 1 Q the women on the campus. lfVomen's sports were iirst or- ganized in 1919. Since 1921, r , 1 Q when the organization was BUSH WHY lXRM'HNi' made permanent, its schedule has grown from varsity and freshman basketball to in- clude such sports as hockey, hasehall, squash, swimming, ping'-pong, tennis, rillery, Q volley-hall, riding, archery, golf, and dancing. Its pro- gram, too, has heen expanded and now includes as its major events the VVinter Carnival, NN. A. A. Caberet, Health Weelc, and Dance Drama. It is under the faculty direction of Miss Gladys Tufts, Miss lilizaheth Wliite, Mrs. Fran- ces R. Tracy, and Dr. A. M. hlamison. ANNA MAY illillllkll-1IiIiI.l FlmNt'1as l1l'IN'l' lJllRIYl'llY l+'onNlciz l'liIl'1Il.X Qilll.llS'l'l'IIN CJLIVIC ,lon NsoN M .'XIlG.XRI'I'li lfI.l'II N SICIJIA l.1cv1Nl-: MARY Al.XllIll-IN CIlARl,ll'l"l'li Main' lll.XR'l'IlA IVIUCUNIQ jixxlc NlcNM1ix1z.x .'Xi.1cic Rosl-:Nnl41m:la1c l'llcl.lcN SICIUICR H .XRRlI'1'I' SHMN lll-'1 I-'N 'l'lu'u'1Nt:lcia ,I.xN1i XVix1.'roN lfS'l'l-II,I.l-I Worms omen's Athletic ssociation 295 J ll tlllllllllllll llll lil lil i'll'll i"lli'll"iil" it it Milli iiiit tl li ii itll Ill . it ....... Qi il . , , Tllli2igl2lif ..l. ,li 3 Grsniavncvic B1.A'r'r . . . . . .l'rcside11t EVA SYPNIEWSKI. . . ..V.-l'1'esidcnt ALICE Rl2lNn1i1ue ..... ...S'ct'1'clary lN'lARllC KUNNMAN..lI'..S'.G.A. Rep. T1-I121ucsA lqAllN ......... .fldruisor First Row: Hnnson,Blatt. Swank, Monori Second Row: Elmer, Glass, Smith, Reish. Tnxner ln IQ22 women's debating was inaugurated at the University of Pittsburgh by some women students who were very much interested in the art ol' public speaking. ln 1925 the Women's Debating Association was organized and consisted of the members of the team and other students interested in discussion ol' timely questions. It has existed since that time under the able direction ol' Miss Theresa Kahn, Instructor in Public Speaking. Trips were made to Ohio Wesleyan, Ohio State, Northwestern, Nlarquette, Wisconsin, Toledo, and NVestern Reserve. omen's Debating Association OFIFICIQRS lMc:Ny O1,sr:N .... ...l'1'vridcnl ll0li0'l'IlY llItlNlll.l'IY l 'll'L'-l,1't'.tl'fIUIlf lVl,xu.lolm': llANStJN . .... .S'm'1'el41ry lf,VlCl.YN lh..x1s1mlc1.1..llf'..S.l,..'I, Neff. HlCl.l'lN l3A'1"rlzlt'k.li.1'z2fu!izfe S'cc'y "VVe, the members ol' the Young XVomen's Christian Association of the University of Pittsburgh, unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowl- edge. VVe determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow him." This is the purpose which the Young Women's Christian Association seeks to follow in its program and in the lives of its members. Some of the outstanding features this year were the Fall Retreat with Frank Olmstead, Executive Secretary ol' the Young Men's Christian Association at New York University, the Inquiry Programs, the Human Rela- tion 'l'rips, and the International Relations Conference in January. I Young Women's Christian Association 296 -1iiiiniiiii-.iiiiniiii..iiiV.iiiii-liiiniii1.iiiiniii-.1iiii.iii...liWiiii.iiii.liiiitiiii.iiii..iiii.-4ii-.4iiiiniiii-Iiitmii-.1imuii1itiiiiniiiniiiiiniiii.iiii-.iinmii-1iiii.iiiiniiii-.iii-.Wi-iiii.iiw.i iniiiH.iiiuiii..iiii.iiiiI-iiiniiinwi..w...iii...ii,.. .,,,,...iiii..iiii..iiiii..iiii.liiii..,ii...iiiiniii..iiiii.iiiii.iiiiiniiiN.iii-.4iii..iii--iii-.1iii.-1iiii.1ii..iiiiniii..iiii.,ii..iii..iiii.iii..iiii..ii...iiii.iii..iii..iii..iii..iiii.iiiiinii,miii..-1iiiii.iimuiiiiiiii.Hiii..iii...iii.mii....wii.iii...iii..-i UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH kR'l'Ill'li R. Cn.fuu.1csxvoiz'ru l'1'f'.fidcnl lCuN1eia 1VlCCl.URIiIN l'i1.l'C'-li7'l'.YlidClIl .I lc.-x N HA M ll.'I'0N .S'c'r'1'ela1'y XVJNSIIINIYITVN KlAusl11f11c1.1m 71l'Fll.Y11?'!7l' Pitkin Club, the iirst religious organization on the campus, was organized in 1914, to increase interest in Christian work. Named in honor of I-Ioracc Tracey Pitkin, a medical missionary who was killed in the Boxer Uprising, Pitkin Club was dedicated for the purpose of extending the Christian missionary spirit throughout student life. livery Friday noon during the school year, Pitkin Club holds its meetings at the Shadyside Ilresbyterian Church. Pitkin Club Dow Emuy l'rc.videut Iivlc AM uNusoN .5'crrclury EIIWARII li,x1.l:1clucR Treasurer l':IlWl,N I.. l'l4:'l'lciesoN l .'lll'Z'l.VIIl' ' ' First Row: Russell, Kzillwrer, Early. I-ledges, .-Xmundson Second Row: lllatt, Lincoln, Suecop, 1-Iirsll Third Row: Grigassy, Dexm-sticlxas. Davis, llopkius, Kerselmer The local chapter of Quill Club, 1'1onorary Literary Fraternity at the University of Pittslrurgli, evolved in 1931 as a reorganized unit from the National Quill Club Chapter. The purpose of Quill Club is the cultivation of good writing among its members, holding always paramount the fundamental principles of sincerity, just feeling, and sound artistic criticism. Quill Club A C T I V I T I E S II II 1II"IIIuIImIIIIIIIw1II I I 'III' I IW' 'lIIlI.,.,, I:III. IImIImIII III I IIN ,Il ..,.. II I' lm' fmgpullI:IllM1 I I I I I I I I W I l II1 WI II 4.IIIIIIIg , MI Im -- I ILIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII I I II I III I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIII ., . QZIIQIIISICF, Wrrocis, Clark, Bair. Bc-lIriIII.u-r, Petcrscru Slllllll, JCITTICS, Blzusdcll, Shcffcr, Brown, Cohen l'.VI+:I.vN 13I.AI5IuI':I.I. ..... GI':0Rc:I41'I"I'A SC II IQIPIPIQII ..... I+'I.oIII4:NcI-3 RROVVN . .......... . I'1vANuAI.INIc jAIfIfu1Is ..... ICLINOII SIIIVIII ................ 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CARLSON Basketball Coach AthIetiC UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Heads 11.-1H,...11H.H1X.M1H.H11.HWH.H111.HU11I-4Wmn111-.4HH-111.HHL..11111.4NW11V.-1Hmy1X1---111.HNW-11X...U,...1,H.-1w..1w..Hw.W., 111uw11..11H.H,,.H1H,U11...11N...w,..w,.m.,m ,1.1,1mv,111.HH11.H1Hmy,WH.H111,N..,HX..11XumXH..ww..,Ww. m.m..N ..m.-w..w.m 11H.WHL..11N-4W..11Wm..,m..m..wW w..w m..W..W..w H,m,.,W.W.., DR. W. S. MCELROY Tvfmis Coach Rifle Team Coaflz JAMES HAi'2AINf Graduate A'llll1!lQL'7' of .4ltl1lo1'ic's joslsl-11' fJRSINI PA'rR1cK J. CORN Boxing Coach -5'1UiN1Hli11g cqlldffl, 333 o LT, fXR'1"l I L' R VV1 1.soN ii!M"' 'N' wi! ...af ii 'ii l t i it it .w...ii.,..,.,..,,. ' ,13 IM n ----iw--wi--w---1iw-w---w---w---'-- M A I - ll I " ,Vvvv A T H L E T I c s ii N 1932 RESULTS Pitt ,,,,,,, ........ 4 7 Ohio Northern ...,.... ..,.. 0 , Pitt ....... ........ 4 0 VVest Virginia ......... ..... 0 Pitt ....... ........ 3 5 Duquesne ................... ..... 0 Pitt ....... ........ 1 8 A rmy ........................ .......... 1 3 Pitt ..,.... ........ O Ohio State ......... ..... 0 Pitt ....... ........ l 2 Notre Dame .......... ..... 0 Pitt ....... .... 1 9 Pennsylvania .......... .......... 1 2 Pitt ....... 0 Nebraska ...........,.,,......... 0 Pitt ....... .... 6 Carnegie Tech .................. O Pitt ..,.... ........ 7 Stanford .................................... 0 Pitt ,,,,,,, ............. O Southern California ...... 35 LETTICRMIEN CAi"I'AlN I',xt.'l. R1-:mi-:R 'l'li1':ono1u4: IJAILIQY TARCISCIO ONDI-:it WARM-:N H1-:l.l.i':it JUS!-IPII Siqmlmm' CIIARIJ-:s I'iAli'I'WlG Isixooiuc xfVl'1lNS'l'0L'K HARVI-:v Room-:lt Iql'INNIC'l'Il OiiMls'l'oN R0liI'IR'l' Homx iiAl'I. Cuim lfimivcls Sliltllil. MI1.l.1-:lt NI1,'NJ,x5 DIOIIN iViI'IRl'IDI'l'll Jost-:vii 'l'oRM1-:Y NIICIIAICI. Sifzlmwlixw lfimxli MVAl.'roN Glcoltui-: SlI0'l'WliLI. HoxvA1u1O'lJiqi,i, Ilom-:iw Hom. JOHN MCii'AIiI.AND, Co-Mgr. Alwlltrit SICKAY IQIAIICR Ros1aNm.UM, Co-Mgr. Mme. AIci'.xm..xxn CAI-'l'. RICIIPICR Mule. RUSl'iNlll.UM 334 ,Z ..ii...wi.iiw-willI..wi-wiiiwiiiwim L N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H SCHEDULE that had often been termed "professional", and the loss, through graduation, of Eddie Hirshberg, Ralph Daugherty, Jesse Quatse, Mike Milligan, Jim MacMurdo, "Rip" Collins, Hart Morris, and other veterans would, in itself, prove a disaster too hard to overcome with any degree of success. This situation, in a few words, was the problem that faced Dr. john B. Sutherland when he looked over the material that was to compete against the best footballtalent that Ohio Northern, West Virginia, Duquesne, Army, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Carnegie Tech, and Stanford had to offer. The situation was anything but promising, and the final game of the schedule found the entire collegiate sport world marveling at the coach and the team that went through such a schedule undefeated. Two ties, with Ohio State and Nebraska, prevented the Panther gridders from compiling as impressive a record as Colgate or Michigan, but the coveted Rose Bowl bid was finally awarded to Pitt as best fitted to oppose Southern California in the animal Tour- nament of Roses game at Pasadena. The standout player of the 1932-33 season was, without a dissenting vote, War1'en Heller, the Steelton thunderbolt, who practically geared the Panther machine to sensational heights, ending a brilliant collegiate career by being chosen on practically every All-American team in the country. The injury of Captain Paul Reider was a blow to the Pitt title hopes early in the season, as the passing combination of Heller-to-Reider was unable to function with any degree of success. The fine play, and vastly improved kicking of Bobby Hogan, and the rise of Miller Munjas to a quarterback post deserves mention here. The center post was ably filled throughout the season by joe Tormey, a worthy successor to Ralph Daugherty. The end play of Skladany and Dailey was largely responsible for the fact that opponents rarely gained around either end. The remai11flC1' Of the line, comprising Cuba, Onder, Waltoii, Hoel, and Rooker proved capable enough to stop opposing linemen from breaking ground for the ball carrier. The steady performances turned in by VVeinstock and Weisenbaugh as well as the flashy play of Mike Sebastian are other highlights of the past season that cannot be passed over lightly. l l'i'r'r- I8 ARMY-I3 335 ' mmi.HT1,mii,mimuimuii-.1iimiii1in1Tniiiiiniii-.4iii-.4iiimiiimimmiimiii-.411i..mi-.w..m...m. iimiimili.Himm1I..11H-iiWiii..iiii..im..iw. ii...Tii...iiTmui1iumi,imii1miimmiiumiimmmuilim1mi.Wii,miiimiiiinTilimiimiiumii.UimyiWiiN..irimiT...1umiiniilimiN.Tilimi.inimnii1T..ii1i...immilimiiii..w....ii,...wii.- qi it utumuwu iii gl it ll illlllll l "3liyiilll"'iii.i i,,. til 1 1 li lltl i i T i ill it T, it i ll tmlll,lillIlii' alll l' ,l. ,l, ,', ,l. ,,l L,. ,,., ,,. ,.4 , ,V, ,,, iiiii h , . T i i ,ii, i T i T T T .T Ohio Northern provided little opposition in the opening game, the entire Pitt squad seeing action at some time or other. The Iinal score of 4740 does not show the real superiority of the Panther grid team. As a whole, the play of the l'itt team was not as smooth as could have been desired, and the coach- ing staff set to work to remedy the situation before the second game of the season, with XVest Virginia. The ltflountaineer team, despite the publicity reports that rated them as the best XVest Virginia team in a decade, proved quite inadequate to stop the Panther power plant that was steadily gaining momentum. The l'itt line, for the lirst time, "clicked", shaking the backs loose constantly for long gains that soon had the Mountaineers badly beaten 40-0. Touchdowns by Sebastian, on a yard run, Heller, VVeinstock, Gelini, and two by W'eisenbaugh accounted for the score, and the sports world began to sit up and take notice of the team that had turned in such a performance. The opening of football relations with Duquesne found the Dukes in prac- tically the same position as the helpless lVIountaineers, the Panther line repeatedly clearing the way for the speedy backs. Duke hopes for a victory were speedily throttled when VVarren Heller broke through the line early in the Hrst quarter and galloped for the tirst touchdown. Another score followed in a few minutes, and the Panthers held a 13-0 advantage at the end of the quarter. lVith additional scoring being done quite capably by Messrs. Heller, Sebas- tian, Nicksic, and Matesic, the sum total of 33 points was recorded by the victorious Panthers, with the Dukes unable to score. A lighting Army team decisively outplayed a somewhat dazed Panther, but was unable to score more than 13 points, the l'anther line stopping the des- perate goal line drives of the XVest Pointers. On the other hand, three long touchdown drives were sullicient to give the Sutherland-coached machine 18 points and victory. , The Army starting combination of King, Lincoln, Summerfelt, livans, jab- lonsky, Armstrong, McXVilliams, Kopcsak, Fields, lirown, and Kilday repeatedly outrushed the Panther forwards to outgain l'itt by a very substantial margin. .-X 58 yard off-tackle slash by Heller, early in the first quarter, gave the Panthers x4 'Q .nn-,W -tx . - l'I'I"l'-O O H I0 S'm'rtc-0 336 ivmimiiminimmmmim.imi.im.iiii..iiimii...iimilii.--iw...immi.miim-iii.mimitiim.ii..mn..mniii.i.W inmmiiiniiimilimimiimnin..w...w...im...i iiimiimi..iiim..immiilm.iiii...iiii...iiii.,iiiii..iilimiii...iii.uiiii...iN..iiiumimnilmiiiiniimui.mimi.ii.Himiliiuiinmiiiiiiilmin-inmmlimimummumiii....iiimiiii.....iii...iiiii..iim.iii.....i UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH P11"r--12 N0'1'l!E DA M E--0 Hrst score, and the fact that the try for point was blocked did not detract much from the score at the time. Both teams scored in the second quarter, the Panthers counting on a fifty- yard touchdown pass from Heller to Skladany giving the Panthers twelve points, and a larger lead. Army shifted to a new style of play, and began to work the ball down the field, Ken Fields scoring from the seven yard line in two plays. Army took a temporary lead in the third quarter when a plunge by Kilday and a successful conversion gave the cadets 13 points to Pitt's twelve. This lead was soon overcome after the kickoff, when a 50 yard pass from Heller to Skladany put the ball in scoring distance, and Weinstoclc took it over. For the third time, the try for point failed. Neither team scored in the last quarter, although the Cadets came close to doing so in the closing stages of the game. Only the terrific tackling of Harvey Rooker, substitute end, prevented an Army score, and the Panthers took possession of the ball as the game Cnded. Ohio State temporarily stopped the Panther winning streak by holding Pitt to a 0-0 tie at the Stadium before a small but enthusiastic pro-Buckeye audience. The Panther line, outweighed by ten pounds to the man, was unable to help advance the ball except when the gaining did no harm to Ohio State chances of victory. As the game went into the third quarter without a score, Ohio State took the play away from Pitt and started a touchdown march of their own that only stopped when the Panther line held for downs inside their own thirty yard line. The final portion of the fourth quarter produced more action than the entire three quarters preceding. The Panthers, after taking the ball on downs, marched it sixty yards up the field inside the five yard line. Repeated line smashes, and the offside penalties inflicted on the Buckeyes moved the ball inside the one yard line, but a pass over the goal line spoiled all chances to score. An overconfident, high-scoring Notre Dame machine was the next obstacle. Unbeaten and unscored upon in three starts, the fighting Irish came to Pitts- burgh heralded as the wonder team of the century. A crowded stadium saw the heralded Irish and the underdog Panthers battle through two scoreless periods and gave the Pitt gridders a tremendous ovation as they left the field for the rest period. 337 "1 'l lllill ll3'lll"llllllllllllllllllli'llllilll'1ll.'ll 'E W w i ,pf III lH . ,,...,.....,,.... if Q 1 ,4,,,.,. ,.., .... ,.. ., ......., . ,,.,.... . y VI4 ,,, ,.4 AA ,A4 Vvnn V.. ,,. ., ,,4, ,,4 ,A ,,4 ,,A 4 ,i .4 , ., 4 , , 44 ,! , ,i , 4 ,,. A ,,. ,, ,ul h,i, ,,. ,,,, ,, b,i 4 ,,i ' ,,i ,,i4,. ,, M,, , ,il ,,A ,,A1 4,,A , ,, . ,,, ,.,,,,.,,,114,,,i14,,, ,,,, ,,i ,,,, , , ,,, , ,,4,, 1 P i " Jail," , ,,,4 ,ii ,,i, , i., ,,.4,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , M, A T H L E T I C S !l!w :if if The third quarter saw practically a repetition of the first two, Notre Dame marching up the Held, and the Panthers stopping them for downs when they approached too near touchdown territory. The stage for the upset seemed set in the final minutes of the scoreless game, when Hogan intercepted a Notre Dame pass to give Pitt the ball. A gain of fifteen yards through the center of the line by Weinstoclc put the ball on the Irish forty-five yard line. Two plays later, Sebastian on an end run, reversed his field and ran for the first touchdown of the game. The try for point was low. Less than two minutes later, bedlam was in order when Ted Dailey intercepted a Notre Dame pass and ran thirty- six yards for a touchdown. Many reasons were advanced for the 12-0 defeat of the Irish, but it stands to reason that Hogan's seventy yard kick in the fourth quarter, Heller's block- ing and tackling and the play of Skladany were combined together to give Pitt its first victory over a Notre Dame team. An unbeaten Pennsylvania team was next in order for the Panthers. The game, at Franklin Field, saw the Panthers snap the winning streak of the Quakers to earn a 19-12 decision. A scoreless first quarter soon resolved it- self into a Panther day as Sebastian and Heller alternated in carrying the ball to touchdowns. The most sparkling play of the game was the fifty-five yard return of a Pitt punt for a touchdown by Kellett in the fourth quarter. Weisen- baugh, Sebastian and Heller counted for Pitt, while Powell and Kellett were outstanding for the Quakers. Pl'l"I'-IO Piaxx-12 338 'is UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH 1iii..iiiii.iiii-iiiiniii-.Niiiniii.iiiiiiniiimiiuwimiilimmmiiiniiimiimmimmimyilimiii.-1iii..i4iii.wi..iiii V..iii.Uiii.iiii..-1immii..iiiimii.iiiii.mii..4ii..m...iiii iiii.itiimiii...Uinmiiiiniii.imiii,miiiiiniiinmiii...iiii...iiimyii...iiiii...iiiim.iii...iimuii...Viimiiiimii....iimuimiinmii.Hii..ii,imiii..iiimiiimiii...iM..iii...iimniii.Hiimmw..im...wi..4iii. P I 'I"I'---7 STA N Folen-o A Nebraska aggregation that was seeking revenge for the 40-0 defeat of 1931, found itself outplaying, but not being able to score on a somewhat battered Panther. To give the regulars some much-needed rest, the second team started for Pitt, being replaced late in the second quarter. The scoreless tie that resulted from this game does not show that the Cornhuskers outplayed the Panthers decisively, and that Warren Heller was responsible for the fine Panther showing. The annual Carnegie Tech game found the Tartans in the right frame of mind to register an upset. A rainy day and a muddy field almost wrecked Pitt chances, but the recovery of a Tech fumble on the three yard line by Rooker ruined the Tech hopes. Weinstoclc took the ball over for the only score of the game. Captain Paul Reider was injured early in the game and had to be carried' from the field. The return of Pop VVarner to the East, accompanied by a husky Stanford team, did not prevent the Panthers from scoring a 7-0 victory. The score itself does not show the margin of superiority of the Pitt team which prevented Stanford from scoring a first down throughout the entire first half. Heller scored off tackle for Pitt early in the first quarter. At no time did Stanford come near enough to the Pitt goal line to cause trouble. The kicking of Robby Hogan kept Stanford in its own territory throughout the game, the Panther ends downing most of the punts inside the live yard line. 339 'lv 1 N ' l "' ' 1 ' 1 ' T l ' i' il, ,grim llill ilil l llll lillffa l ll ll. ,, Wllgmll 5, l ,l , i ,N li 'i',,l', IlI1lll!lIMMIIlIlllll'l ,ll l li' Pllllll ,mol ,un ii' "ill . l ll i T i mul H Il!,II ,ill iw .. . ,,.. . ,.., ylll,ili,l, , , ll ln' g I A T H L E T I c s lllrlilllll it muH,,WHW,W,mmmmWmu,Wul,,WumNrmW,um,um,In,mm,,Im,um,,munm,ml,,vmHWmm,W,ml,,,mNmu,,Im,ml,,mu,mu,,ml,mm,,ml,,um,,lm,,WmlXXmmXmlXXWHmuXmuWXnmXXWXXvmXmmXumWwmmuwn H H umm il lll ll l i' 'il 1 'll' " ,H I H I ,mmm,,I,,,,,, ,,,.alI"" .xi lv i .fr ,, "- -a, bf' .5 Pl'l"l'--O Sowrumex Cixi.1roliNm-35 The Rose Bowl game at Pasadena completely wrecked Pitt's chances of claiming national recognition, the mighty Trojans crushing' the Panthers, 35-O before a capacity crowd of 83,000. Southern California scored early in the game when Palmer grabbed a thirty-three yard pass from Sebastian's arms, and stepped over the line for the touchdown. Pitt gained consistently throughout the game, but was unable to match the Trojan's power. A scoreless second quarter gave the Panthers new life, but an intercepted pass by Gilbert, aided by a Pitt fumble, gave Southern California the ball. A pass, Bright to Griffith, counted for the Trojans, while the Panthers were still unable to score. The disastrous fourth quarter, in which three touchdowns were registered, by VVarburton twice, and Barber ended whatever hopes Pitt had for victory. Although the Panthers were decisively beaten, as the score will indicate, the margin of difference was not 35 points between the two teams. Heller, Dailey, Sldadany, and Tormey, among others, came in for their share of the glory that was dished out by admiring coast reporters. For the Trojans, the playing' of Smith, XfVarburton, Gordon Clark, and Ford Palmer was outstanding. 340 R S I T Y JOIIN WOOD ARTHUR SCIIINDEL PATRICK VAUGTIN LEO MALARREY HUBERT IQANDOUR VIERNE BAXTER ROBERT LARUIE JAMES BRATTON WILLIAM Gl.ASSIiORD LEO ROBERTS O F P I T T S B U R G ..mI.4iii..w... .IIIInIiiInIIIuwIInIIIwiRmIN..Iit..wi..mI..wI..mi IlimInmiimyIIin-IIImmI,ImiiImyIIiI...IInmIIIuwIII.UIIii...QIIru.,II...iiiImyIil..-1II...ifII...Iii...RiI...w...w..m.. NUMERAL WINNERS IXRTHUR :DI-ITZEL JAMES HALL MYRON FRANKS GENE STOUGIITON JosE1f1eI MCCUNli VINCENT SITES ROBERT MCCLURIE VICTOR BACIIE JOHN DOUGliR'l' JAMES MA1i1'lEl.l. .UI.HIII..itI...QIru.,I....ImaII...ImaII...QII.HitImyMI...m.i.wii.wiI..mI. WILLIAM HALL FRANK FAILOR LEON Wo1u.oEMU'1'II EARL MCCUE LLO SI'l'EDLOS,KY LEONARD RECTOR VVILLIAM MCMUNN FRED BUSKIRK ARNOLD GREENE -JOSEPH TRTGLONE HANKS to the coaching powers of Dr. Roscoe "Skip" Gougler, a heavy, fast, and undefeated freshman football squad awaits Dr. Sutherland when the call for varsity material is sent out. Gougler, who has habitually turned out the strongest freshman football team in the district, repeated this year with a team that was undefeated and unscored upon against Such competition as Wyoming Seminary, Kiski, and the freshman teams of Penn State, West Virginia, and Carnegie Tech. Wyoming Seminary gave the little Panthers no trouble in the opener, and with Malarkey directing the attack, the first victory of the season was chalked up, 12-O. Tech Plebes were outclassed in the second game, the Pitt frosh roam- ing at will through the Tartan line. The State frosh game was practically a repetition ofthe Tech fracas, with State on the losing end of a 13-0 score. West Virginia frosh, previously undefeated, gave the Panthers trouble, with Malarkey's touchdown in thc last quarter settling the issue. Kiski, long the haven of strong teams were easily defeated 12-O in the final game of the season. The freshman backlield was exceptionally brilliant this past season, with several of the backs appearing almost certain to hold down varsity jobs next year. Leading the pack are two fast half-backs, Leo Malarkey and John VVOOGS. Not far behind this splendid pair come Glassport, fullback, Greene, quarter back, and Shedlosky, halfback. The line is especially equipped to bring Pitt the heaviest team in years if tackle Bill Hall, end Jim Hall, guard Gene Staughton and end Baxter fulfill the promise shown during freshman games. 'Tit-rnan. Jackson, Wagner, Thicssen, Thomas, Finlayson, Klcvb reshman Football 3-ll X, Q1 ip . W I llhlllhlilll illillllllltllllill illliillvll ll lll ll ll l ill 3iiiif'l1'r' iti.. .ii lilllll ill l i ll mi.ii...ii..-w---.r.-i-i- 'i i.. 'i r .ii11i..1if....il,mili...1if..,ii...iifi.U1ii..ifi1...iif...11i.i1ifni111.iiif1.iillWifi....1W..ii...iif...11...1if.ii1i...iifi1.11lV..lll.Hllwall...ill...Ul.HllWlif...lll.Wll.H11l...if1miiWi11...li...v11i.iiif1.ii1ilim11...iif.ia1i.Hif.HiiN..ifini1iif.U1i,..w..m.mi.wi ll.mi...n..Wm.iw Back Row: Follansbee, Mgr., Wilson, Wainio, Cutri, Bond. Kuno, Coach Carlson t Front Row: Cribbs, C. Hughes. McCamant. Captain Wilson. W. Hughes, Ochsenlurt, Brooks LIGHTER-than-usual schedule, and the brilliant play of practically every member of the Squad provided Pitt with one of the best basketball teams in years. The record of 17 victories in 22 starts, and the Eastern Collegiate Championship title only helps demonstrate the type of team produced by Dr. Carlson for the 1932-33 season. Accompanied by the usual fanfare of publicity trumpets, the golden cats inaugurated the season with an easy 32-18 victory over Georgetown. The issue was never in doubt after the first few minutes, with the few fans getting an exhibition of speed by the Messrs. Don Smith and Claire Cribbs. A western trip that included Northwestern, Minnesota, and Butler in four days added two victories to the Panther's creditg Northwestern defeating the Cats 31-22 ii a typical rough and tumble affair. H J I A two weeks rest, something new for Panther cage teams, put the Carlson machine in the right frame of mind to upset Purdue's boilermaker quintet 33-28, in one of the fastest games on the pavilion Iloor. Another week of rest didn't help Temple's Owl's much, and practically the entire squad of Pitt broke into the lineup to win a 43-26 decision. Basketball 342 -.411mimm11...ii1V..11vu..i1.luit1I-111.Hitim1i7.4itr...11N...H...Qii...U1V..1ium1.-.4iuwi1-..m....,i...w..1i itH-11mmim11uwnm11...H..m..u..wi..wr...i 11umii.H1it...11N..-4iWm1mmf1myWm1H...1mmfrm-1mm1mmum1...H1ummm1r...ur...rt...it...iimm1...iH..mmiH..mm1H..itH..1Wmymm...iiWirim...iimminm.....u,...m....1 UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH Chick Davies' Dukes proved too much for the Panthers, the fighting Dukes copping the first game of the city series 26-25 before 4,000 leather-lunged fans. The absence of Claire Cribbs from the Panther lineup undoubtedly weakened the golden cats, but the superhuman playing of "Slim" Waiiiio almost brought about a Pitt victory. Carnegie Tech was able to do little against the strong Panther attack at the Skibo gym, with the Panthers winning their f:l1'Sl game in the city series, 30-24. The giant "Moose" Krause, heading a powerful Notre Dame team was the next attraction at the stadium pavilion, and the four thousand fans who jammed the pavilion yelled the Panthers on to a 39-25 victory. A typical Pitt-Irish game was the result, with the large crowd alternately booing and cheering the action and officials. VVash-jeff provided a breather for the Carlson team, and in a double header with the boxing squad, the Mountaineers of West Virginia com- pletely fell to pieces, losing a 42-20 decision, after the Pitt bench had been cleared. The annual Eastern trip on the schedule found the Panthers scoring easy victories over Fordham and Army. Pitt undoubtedly reached their peak in these games, displaying the best brand of basketball in the country at the time. VVestern Reserve, coupled with one of the poorest exhibitions of officiating seen in years, gave the Panther basketeers a few scares before losing ZZ-27. Notre Dame proved too strong for the Pitt cagers at South Bend, gaining revenge for an earlier season defeat with a 38-31 victory. Another one point victory rewarded the Duquesne cagers for their second appearance of the season at the Stadium, the Dukes copping a 25-24 decision before the largest crowd of the year. Once again "Slim" Wainio almost provided enough points for victory. VVashington, always a tough town to win a basketball game in, handed Georegtown a 28-27 victory over the Panthers. Navy, with one of their strongest teams in years, provided Dr. Carlson and the cagers plenty of excite- ment before being beaten, 31-29. Temple improved little over her early season form, and dropped a 40-30 decision at Philadelphia. The elimination of the center jump for a portion of the game and the use of the third team failed to help W. Sz I., with the Panthers, led by Rocco Cutri winning 52--23. West Virginia, on the other hand, showed considerable improve- ment, only losing out in the final three minutes of play. The final game of the season, which turned out to be the unofficial "Don Smith Day" found the Panthers handing Tech another defeat, 38-21. This marked the final collegiate appear- ance of Captain Don Smith, and the Panther leader once more demonstrated why he has been ranked as one of the best collegiate players in the country. The outlook points to another successful season next year. Although the loss of Don Smith can hardly be replaced, the freshman team will do. much to keep the Panthers at a high standard. The improved playing of Russ Ochsenhirt and Claire Cribbs did much to bring the cagers their enviable record, and as both remain for the 1934 season, Coach Carlson can afford to smile. The value of Skippy Hughes, Charley Hughes, Don McCamant, and Wainio can hardly be overlooked, and the addition of Pete Noone, among others, from this year's undefeated freshman team will likely give just the amount of skill, and speed needed to produce another winning combination. 343 it 1 , w,,W,,,-v,,,,,,, ,, , it it :l l All it ,tl will? ltiiiwl ,il i- will "1 I ,.,,,..,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,., .,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Y W ,,,,,,,,,, A T H L E T I C S ml, lfiiiiiiltliiimlMililiwwil Y Back Row: Coach Olsen, Kiger, Jacobson, Christman. Keller. McDonald, Craft, Guay, Clise, Fleming, Potts, Asst. Coach, Smith, Mgr. 4 I l Front Row: Lawrence, Sclilossberg. Erickson. Watkins, Wagenliouser, Albright. Crocker, Kirkpatrick, Hcpner RACK, at Pitt, in past years has meant little or nothing to the sport-minded student body. Little attention has been paid to the doings or meets of the track team, and the squad itself was regarded as secondary. The appear- ance of such outstanding cinder stars as Pete Bowen, Gibby Welch, Vic Pickard and Everett Utterback occasionally awakened interest in the sport. The acquisition of Carl Olson to coach the Pitt track team this year has seen track activities undergo a startling change. The cross country team was the first to feel the new era, and against such strong competition as was offered by Penn State,'Carnegie Tech, Army, Notre Dame, West Virginia, among others, made a very creditable showing. The talent on the cross country squad was undoubtedly the Hncst at Pitt in years, and under the careful handling of Coach Olson, Kirkpatrick, Albright, VVagenhouser and Clise turned in the best record a Pitt cross country team has made in quite a long while, The complete overhauling and cleaning up of the indoor track house was merely a forerunner of the future. Here, during bad weather, the crew of sprinters, distance men, and field men worked out daily, staging a tournament occasionally to lessen the strain. The opening of the indoor season at the West Virginia Held house, and the fact that Pitt ranked high among the Held started the newly revived interest in the sport. Track N l V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H iiiiiiniii.iiiiii..iiiiniiiiniiiH.ii.Hiii.iiiiii.iiii.Hiii...iii...iiii.iiiii.iiii..iiii.iviii.Hiiii.iiiii.iiiii.wii.iii..-iii i..iii,..iiii..iiii..iii..iiii..iii..iii..,w..iw..iw..w ii..iiii.Uiiii..iiiimyiiii...Viii.Hiii...iiii..iiiimiiiii.Uiiimyiiiii.,iiimiiimiimiiiiV...iimuiiimiii.iiiiiniiii.iiiV..iimiii...iii...ii...iiiinii....iii-.iiii..iinmimiliii...iimiliiin.iiiimiii.i.iii..wi..wi The opening of the outdoor season and practice on the stadium einder track drew the largest list of candidates in track history at Pitt. What Coach Olsen did with this material can be easily discovered by asking the track men of Temple, Carnegie Tech, West Virginia, Notre Dame, and Penn State. lt is only fitting that the squad preceded their collegiate season with brilliant victories in the Armour Tech and Penn Relay carnivals. Unlike past seasons, the Pitt squad was strong in both dashes and Held events. The 100-yard dash trio of Jacobson, Fleming, and Milligan proved con- sistent winners. The loss of Menaker, although serious in itself, didn't seem to bother the remaining century men. The startling reversal of Guay's past per- formances, which resulted in his winning most of the hurdle races for Pitt this year, and the hoped-for showing of Bill Keller were highlights of the past season that really need mention. The speedy mile relay team of VVatkins, liiger, McDonald and Keller, Penn relays champions, were much too classy for their opponents. The usual allotment of good men in the Field events was once more apparent with the Pitt trackers gaining a great majority of their points in these events. The shot put-hammer trio, namely, Honavita, Gongloff, and Valenti, aided by Craft, Fleming, O'.lDell, and Sebastian in the other Field events were consistent point winners for the Panthers. The fact that most of the above a1'e returning for one or more seasons makes the outlook quite bright. Top Row: Olson, Hepner, Clise, Smith, Cristman, Kirkpatrick, Potts First Row: McDonald, Lawrence Watkins, Albright, Wagonhuuser 345 A ll llllllll.. till. it till lilly l l ll it .tl..,llt,L -T ll I ' T H i. E T i c s Top Row: Sessa, Coach Curr, jones. Lewis. Stinner, Denny, Hanna, Ballantyne, Lee, Asst. Coach Second Row: Rnhe, NVahlberg, Robbins, XVells, Cogswell, Schmieler First Row: Masena. Reilly. Llflflllvrxz. Szawzuk, Carik O matter what kind of record other athletic teams may have compiled, the Pitt swimming team can usually be found on top of the heap. This was true again this past season, when the swimmers, headed by Coach Pat Corr and Captain Adlersberg, paced the 'Panther splashers to one of their most successful swimming seasons. Although dual meets were dropped to Yale, Harvard, and Ohio State, the victories over Franklin and lVlarshall, Carnegie Tech, and Rider College, among others did more than balance the record on the successful side. This past season, Coach Corr was especially fortunate in having an aggregation that included in addition to Adlersberg, Norton, Hanna, Carik, Schmieler, Jones, Stinner and Denny. The fancy diving was capably controlled by Carik, who lost but one first place throughout the entire season, and could be definitely counted on for a victory against the best of competition. The relay team of Adlersberg, Norton, Hanna, and Denny were quite successful in caring for their portion of the program. The backstroke, breast stroke, and longer distances were also in capable hands, and although they did not always win their events, Denny, Carik, Adlers- berg, VVarren, and Cogswell, were credited with creditable performances through- out the season. The season was made much more satisfactory hy the showing of the entire team in the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming Association meet, where the Panthers were awarded second place in a field of fourteen. An undefeated freshman team, and the fact that not one member of the varsity team will be lost through graduation does much to strengthen the belief that the swimming team of 1934 will surpass the line record set by this year's team. Swimming 346 miTT...TTTTH.,TT-.1TTT.MTTnmTTmiTT.nrTT...TTTmiTTniTT-..TTnmT,rmTT...4TT...iTT...TTT,..TT,T..iTT.MTTTinTT...UTT...TTT...TTN..TTT.HTTT...TTmiT1miiT1.uiiiiniiiiminmm--N---W--M ImTmuTnmmmT...TmmN...TT...U,,..,i.,..,,,........,,i ...rn...mimmmmmumum-1mmT...miim.TmmTlimirm.TmmT.nwnmTmmT--mimummT.immi.mi-1nmmmH...mmTT...mmTT...im..TmmumTmmTmm,....w....,Tw.w,....4i....mi.. N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H oxing Junge, Captain Siegel. Kopp SOMEWHAT suicidal schedule, and the task of replacing four lost veterans proved disasterous to the Pitt boxing team, and the season's record of two victories and five defeats leaves much to be desired. Army, Navy, Duquesne, Temple, Washington and Jefferson, and West Vir- ginia appeared on the Panther schedule for the 1933 season, with the Moun- taineers being met in a home and home engagement, both meets ending in Pitt defeats. The Panther mittmen were only able to score victories over Temple and VVashington and jefferson, losing the remainder. The entire season was some- what redeemed by the showing of the Panther boxers at the Eastern C0llfCl'C1lCC Championships where Jack Schricker retained his 155 pound title and Jimmy Giannatti was awarded second place in the light-weight class. The prospects for next season appears particularly good in the lighter weights, with wide gaps in the heavier divisions as usual. Captain-elect jack Schricker and jimmy Giannatti will form the nucleus of a powerful team. Assist- ing these two consistent winners will be Bernie Spiegel, in the welterweight class and Charles lunge in the bantamweight or featherweight class. New material is plentiful in the lighter division, but the usual trouble' of finding a 165 pounder and a light-heavyweight will likely be met for the third successive year. With the possibility that heavyweight boxers will be added to the collegiate card next season, district light fans will likely see several football players don ring clothes for Alma Mater. A pre-Season prediction gives Arnold Greene an edge for the heavyweight division. - The loss of Captain "Cowboy" Seigel will undoubtedly be felt, but the show- ing' Of joe Kopp and Charlie Gongloff next season may do much to determine whether the Panthers will have a winning or losing combination. Sci-i RICKER G IANNATTI GAMHATESE 347 A ii i u I lll' ll' VVl"4"""""" "mmf i I ly i ..,,... . .,.,--, M- -IIIIII' M A T H L E T I c s Www may 'l ii ' ,. .kl,,,!L,,,,,,,, H H, klll, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,..-4' Top Row: Lt. Wilson. Qarlin, Diver, Zoller, Mastrucci, Voegtly, Sgt. Gunter First Row: Hughes. Maur, Davis, Weitershauscn Due perhaps to the late start which permitted little preliminary training, the record achieved by the Pitt rifle team falls somewhat short of the previous records. Of forty-four dual meets, Pitt won nineteen. The high spot of the season was the national collegiate matches at Annapolis in which meet Pitt placed eleventh surpassing many teams which had previously defeated' them in dual competition. Nearly every University in the country which supports rilie teams entered in this competition. High scorers for the season were: Captain Mair, Zoller, Voegtly, Diver and Davis who were all awarded letters for their performances. Manager Carlin was also awarded his letter. Rifle Team iiiilimiimiinmiiiniim1ii-iiii-wi--iw-ilu... inminminmmwiiuuium UNlvERslTY or PITTSBURGH ennis imimiiiimlimiilmiuwilmiilmiifmiilmiimiW-iw-Immun1lm11ml1l...iii.ni11.H1mi11in11iiniiiin1iim11imumu..im.w... ii.H11mnii.I-4limiiiniiiniii-..m.wm.u..wi. Nmu11.nlmmiiuwmuiumimmimyimmilmiii.mlmni1...niinwU...il...1il...11mmim1iin-41ui-imnmn11ininwmu1...ii...Qii...mm1mu...i.mvummmmmimmmu1umW--i....u..m.. Back Row: Coach McEllmy, Robbins, Wnsel, Reizenstcin, Golanty, Moore. Mill'- Front Row: Weiss, Solow. Ganger, Gurin, Slocum, Norton ENNIS is practically the only summer sport that has produced results as far as Pitt is concerned. The first signs of warm weather and the attractive schedule that is usually mapped out for the team serves the purpose of drawing quite a number of men to the workouts. This season was no exception to the general rule, the largest number of candidates in Pitt tennis history answering the invitation to try out for the team. More than sixty-five candidates were on hand, and from this number, a very presentable varsity and freshman tennis team was organized. The varsity team, composed of Ganger, O'Laughlin, Slocum, Solow, Gurin, and Vollmer turned in the usual number of victories over Duquesne, Carnegie Tech, Waynesbu1'g, Navy, George Washington, and Bethany. The loss of Billy Jacobs, former number one man, who failed to return to Pitt this year, un- doubtedly weakened the varsity, and prevented them from compiling as imposing a string of 'victories as was registered last season, when but one match was lost and that to Navy. Bad weather handicapped the squad throughout the greater portion of the season, preventing many strenuous workouts. The stadium courts, in addition to the inclement weather, were in an unplayable condition most of the time. The outlook for next season is exceptionally good, as Ganger and Slocum, in addition to several good prospects from this year's Frosh team, namely Elliott, Madden, Kurtz, Snively, Heckler and J. Thompson will be back when next year's call for candidates arrives. 349 inii.uiimmimrivmiimimuiimiiiiniiiniii.iiiimi1imilimiimuiiniiliminuiui-lmnimwluw imilmiim-ilmimu1i.Hiii..iil..,ii...4m..m...i i,..iiimiiil...iimm1umiiin-iilimiimlmmiiiniilmiimuiimiii...1,mvmmium.mii.lm1lmimnmu1miii-ui1imiiniilm1mmim1l.iu...iumlm,l...Ummmm,.mii...Uiliiiimiiui....mn.-W 5Hw N www' w,Www Mx Nw u M W WH M ww mWw wma + + + + + + ++ f W N W w , . hd ll ll ' MIM. A T H L E T I C S My WWVWHMMlmWM U 1 1'w111 MW H1MNmwWJMw'Www ww! 1"111!"U .H111.41W,1,.-1wW11.H1H.H111.11H.H1,11-1H1..111U.H,V.111W,111V.1HX1.11XW..N111-X1Nm,,11.1HV.,1,11.1XNH.H11.1,NU.H1,..1XH.H1XN4NH.H11V.1NH,H11N1.,H1V-11,V.,H1..,Ww.m.1w.,w,.wWwW.,, V., V. .U ... MEMORIAM rx I1 C1188 ot 1933 W HMM Hui Clmss or l9a6 .Tm J ,'c f1f IIA. '1 .. ir Q. ' X4 , 350 V 1. 1 Q-wg , 4 Y 1- ., ,j Lil- ': A ' -V" '- 1 : 5 1. 'f 'f 1, . ' J' L: -1g.f-- .1-g. 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Clumce, Huffxnun, Hamilton, Smith First Row: Murchison, Bognerts, Comer, Levinson, Black. Richards, Jubilirer Fl'CSllm6l1 DBIICC EMM. K. MEACHAM Hmvrv BLACK MAli4illlilll'l'lZ llor:A FRANK .lgRUllAKIiR CIIARLICS CHANCE LUCY COMICR Rom5R'r DLRNL-AN EDWARD lVJl7RKlN JAMES Gor.mzr.uM li RT S . ..... ...... C 'lmirnmu CIIARLICS l'll2RAl,ll ROIEICRT I-Io1rMAN RICHARD JLIIIICLIRER RomcR'r KAUFMAN VVn.1.1s lilclmiy A N N li'l"I'li l.lEVl NSON WILLIAM lXflUR1eu1soN CuAR1.1cs PIQRRINE RUTH RIc1rARns HOWARD SMIT1-1 'l'll'INRY I'lAl.l.1ZR Gl1:oRc:l4: HAM Il.'I'0N GEORGE S'rRoNu The Freshman Dance was held in the Georgian Room of We-listei' Hall 7 March 3, 1933. Burt VVeidenheimer and his Sylvanians furnished the music. Unusual p1"og1'z1ms in the form of Freshman Dinlcs and novelty decorations com- pleted the dance. Chaperons for the dance wereslVlr. and Mrs. Theodore Seidle Dr. and Mrs. Omar C. Held, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Van Sickle. 355 7 I I NWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW' wwwwwwwm I I 1' 'WWMIIHMIYHIAWNIIWIMIW AN I WILLIAM KELLER, Chairman JUNIOR PROM Myqwmwvx mMVMMVVw.wwwVWV,uwvwwwmIw,,wWVWwN1 'Ml IWW IlMww31MWIW INIIHIII IIWHI INIHMII Ill! IIHWNIINI W 'TIIIIW'TMI'I1ITw"'J'wI! I ,,' I'w1M1,N,:-, I I I Hp I ,, ww, ,, , 1 I ' , , I My I Wu W, ,,,,,,..,.,,,.,,.,. I,uwm.m.I...'w ww mm mm I Mi wx H , , , 356 MARY SHELLY Ill ll ll ll 1 11 1 11 ll ll' 111 1111111 1111111 1111111 11111 llllllllllllllllljlllllllmlllllllllllllllmmlllllllllllllllllllll 111 1111111111111 ,1111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 1111111111111 lll 111 1111111 111 11 111111111 1111 ll ll 1 1 ll 1 1 l 1 1 11 11111,1,11111111,11111,111111 111 1 , 11 , 111 , 1, ,,11,111,11,1!111111111!111111 11!11,1,111 ,, 11 1 1 N 1 1 1111 1 11 1' ' 11i11li11'i,111l11i,1' 11i1i111i11',-1",'i11ll11ll'1llli1 l'11lUN'11ll1111lllil1ll1ill'f1' 1 12 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 'lion Row: Grove: Hosl, .Mcliride, Johnson, Bluuvclt, Silva-rblzilt, Andes. Hungc-1'. Herroll l'll'Sl, Row: Nowlin, Lewis, Keller, Wagner, Hirsch, Holbrook Wll.l.lJXh'l V. li1a1.1.1211 l':llGl4JNli ANIJICS l2l.AiNl1: Bl.AllVIil.T ALVA CuA1'mAN jA1u11:s l'JANAliisY jo11N Guovic Wll4l4lAh'l I-l'1emzoN FANNIE Hmscu .loHN l'l0l.llRO0K Kl1:NN1c'1'ir l-losi' Junior Prom Clllfliflllllil JACK lfli1Nm1:1z WA1.1.Aclc .lUl'l'NS'l'0N lJOR0'l'l'l Y l.l-Zwls linwmm MK'l2llIIllE .IACK Mcl'AR1.,xNn linwmum lXl0Wl.lN JOHN I'Au1.11s BIQRNARI1 SlLVliRlll.A'l"l' l'lUGl'l Wmsxiili The .1933 Junior Prom was held in the main ballroom of the VVilliam Penn Hotel, February l7, with Kay Kyser and his famous orchestra furnishing the music for the dance. Many colored balloons was the basis for the decorative scheme. A novel combination program favor, which formed a metal bracelet, was presented to the guests. Chaperones for the dance were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Ayars, Dr. and Mrs. Gebhard Stegemen, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Van Sickle. 357 W''VHWMWWMWWNWWMWWWWWMWWWMWHUWWWWWWWNHHNUHWMHWH NWH1mwYuMMWMWHMMWMwWMMLJHmmMNJHAMLwWMMLMMLLw 4' LWLWW ,I W, WN1:WmN:,'N1 flWm,w1v!1!1gw3!1xy,wwmiMNNQWMNN:NWQN 119 11: I! 1 W JAMES VAN NOSTRAND, Chairman SENIOR BALL muMmwwxmUwuWMxWWWWHUW 'VH"MWWNHNUVWN'W"N 'wM 'N"' 1W513'11HNWNNil!HN3NWWNNHNNwQ1NNWiW1HJNNiZWL'1W!,l!NiA5!N'1N!W,11lWHWLMMIHWEWlQlHffIW'1ifWI'L3'1?WH'.i135x?1'wi, LWLWWLLMWLLHUMLLWWLWWLWWLWHLWNWLURW?L5UWMLLWMMLWNLMWULUJINMPUHWWWwwwwwL 358 DOROTHY LEWIS llllllllllIllllllIllIIIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIIllIllllIllIIIlilIIllIllllIllIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIllIlllllIIIIllIIlllIIIlIIIIIIIlllIllIIIIllIIIlIllllllllllllIllIlllllIlllllllllllIllMDIIllIlllll WllllllllIllIllllIIllIlllIII1IIIllIIllIlllIIIIfIIIIIIIIIII1IIIllIlllllIlllIlll!llllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIQ lil lil Hi llwl' llll ll W ll ,ll wil l llllll l ll lll will ll llllll Ui lll will mmmmmlmummumlmumIInIlmIummmnlumumiumMlmllmnmluulunlunlmulluullwlllmlmlmlumumlmllmunnluulmill llll llllflllllllllllll'llullllll,llll:l l'1lll'lllllllw AllAlwillllllYlllillllll.lllllllllallllllllllllllfllilllllillllplllllllllllill lll ll llllllilllillllllll lllillllllllllllllllllllllfl W F lvlll l'lYllllf'l llllllllllllll+lllllllllllLlllallllllllllllllllllQllllll:llllll llllllllllllllilfAfl. l l J l l l l Top Row: Tlxeis, Sanus, Lunclslroin. I'I:1tclu-r, Jarvis, lrlggul, Young First Row: Rosenhluxn, Doxm-sLiclms. Lnekner, Hess, Vnn Nostrnncl COM IVIITTEF JAM les VAN Nos'1'RANn ........ Romcm' BARNUM Romani' HECK Rosle MARIE ljl'IIXlliS'I'lL'IIAS DONALD FLIEGAI. GICORGIC l'lA'l'CII I-:R VIVIAN Hlzss ROBlCR'l' JARVIS lDo1ao'rl1v LACKN 1-zu C!IUi7'llIll1'll PAUL Licwis ROBICWI' LUNns'r1:o1x1 FRAN lc Mmcwoon X!lC'I'OR M A'l"l'lCSON ELNICR ROS!-ZNliI.l'M Glmxrolu-: SANl':s W11,l,iAnl' Tm-:ls Ronlcm' YoUNG The annual Senior il-Ball, the closing event of the University social se 18011 was lielcl in the main lmallroom of the Hotel Sclienley on May 26, 1933. Johnny Qlolmson :mil his l-lotel l'ennsylv:1ni:i oreliestm supplied ll1C,lllllSlC lol this event. Novelty cleeorzitions turning' the lmallroom into a lllllllillllllf Iigypt featuiu the eveninf. 1i1'U0'l'2ll1lS in the form of scrolls were Jresentecl to the euesls 1. 5 Cliauerones for the llull were Dr. and Mrs. llelnlmrcl Steqemang Dr. and Mis 1 . Omar C. Helclg and Mr. :incl Mrs. Clarence L. Van Sickle. 359 WW'N1'1-'-H"-' ' WW W A 'N MW. 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',.,1l..,.i ,llxl,itil',,1l,,,i,1if,,il.,!l:3',,lllflwlll, l lnterfraternity Ball lJAN SMrr11 ..... .................. C hairman Licuov LEWIS BIZIQNAIQLI Sl1.visiuii.A'1-T l':llWARll b'lCBRlDE WAYNl4j VVICAVICR Louis RIEITER Riel-mmm Wlz'r'1'Ac11 llicunmum RUSISNSON Aivinmw Wmczirr The lnterfraternity Ball was held January l3 in the beautifully decorated main ballroom of the Hotel Williztiii Penn. The dance featured Red Nichols, the famous trumpeteer, and his "world famous pennies." Colored lighting effects enhanced the beauty of the ballroom which was decorated with fraternity seals and banners. Novelty silver linlc bracelets were presented as favors. The chaperones' for the dance were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. lVlcCandliss, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. lidgar, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilsoii. 361 IIWWHWWWWWMMWWWWMWMWWMWWMMWWWWWMWMMMWMWMWM ,MwWHWWWHHMMWMUMNwmJ1MllENNWWWWWWWWWMUW H WV WW+Ww fH UWWWWAWAAWWWWM HAAGWWEIHQIMHHAHMMWAUAAiiiHQHYUM w wMM. M LOIS BOGGS, Chairman PANHELLENIC BALL MM M ,V 4. W MM 1. -.J NUM!-M N ,U , INN. ,,MW,I-U UMW'-W MH!-.Vw N NNWJM1- ,f'f"f3"'1"'M1lW',TTw3.l 3'0S,W'Y,N" ",,,WW'l'N':,1 MW! ,W U' 1 MA "W M AAN MAMAWHAMAHWAHWAMHHWAWWHAwAUUW NAHQA WUMUAWW NAHHHH1HWHwUMW+M-WW . - , -vw w ww' ' 1. N N " MVuw1WlUUWHW'UMUQWWUHNNiMW'WxwNi:fW1,HWWHa'"UMNl:vNiI'.1 xx 362 THOMAS H. EVANS lllllllllllllltll lllllllll l'illllllll'll'illiwli'ill1dwili it,iimviiiiwiii.miiiwmiii1.ii Hil'llil"illll-ll'51i'lHlill wi' il'illwll'm' it in ,ii i in ,ii i in ,. '31l"'l'1""l',!l . , l AWillllllilliiillilliwillliil.llllWillliilllillllll:llMll'.il.illill.llMillllMllliA:Wwillll!.lllllll.lllllllwiilMilli'WMil'.l1i,ii,wl,iliiiliiiw.wwiili.m,i!MMl1il.. itww:wl'1.i'w A i . i A A fl ii l ,, , i AllWi:W'ii'.1iii'3lHQ' wi W QN",lllH'i 'lilJil'iil:i"llqf' :Wg ,iq Q' ix w 'ii gi, 1 , ., . Q 'QW "iw 31. 5'ii'i1ig,ii1i1g1i,w WM ,rug A I M , , AN ,N it "" " Willilll'illlllll li'illilll'li' lfll it ul ll ll lillllllll''ll.ilW1l'.,' i',,ii'qlliillW ,v ii ,i'.!u:1iUll':Mmm iili11linl,.l',i M."1 :if ilwillMl,iV1l'HiMl'lllllliiliil'i'i','iiill'illliiil,lll,il',ll1.ll QW wlliliillull' A 1' ' , ' v A i 1 i' V111 , Top Row: Hutchins, Dils, Bart. Savage, Green Ifirst Row: Boggs, Garber Panhellenic Ball COMMITTEE Lois Bocas .......... ..................... .......,,,,........... . . . Chairman I'IELEN BART VIRGINIA 1'IU'l'CIl'lNS MURIEL DILS j'AN12'r SAVAGE MAR'l'TTA GREEN EMMA SMITH The Pan-Hellenic Ball, featuring the music of Paul Specht and his Columbia Broadcasting Orchestra, was held in the main ball-room of the Hotel Schenley, April 21, 1933. Decorations for the aHair consisted solely of a large black banner embossed with an enlarged replica of the Pan-Hellenic key in gold. Pro- grams and favors combined in a novelty dance program were given to the guests. Chaperones for the dance were Dr. Lotte Lohstoeter and Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Geise. 363 IIMlWWWl MWWIWI I ww I-I-Iwww I 'H " 'N I'lilIM1IIWWI11,WWIJWII"II3lW!EWIW'WHM'Ii'W'I1f"'II"fITVIVI1II"' I IwwIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIHINIIHIIIIIIEIIMINIIMRiIM:IIMIIWII ROBERT JARVIS General Chairman M 'UIII'IIIIIII'IIIilIIII1'IIM1IIIIIIHWII'IIIIIIIIIIIIHEIII'IWUI WIIIHIIM! ,fIH-IIILIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWNNWIi'I!1'W " I IIHIIIw.uu1iIIIIIIHIIIImiW1IIIUMiiHinlHIlILI1lWlI2UMWIiiII MIIHIIIIIIIIJMMm DOROTHY LEWIS ' Co-ed Chairman YULETIDE FESTIVAL VICTOR MATTESON Dance Chairman 364 mmmnmnmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIImnnnmlmnummIIIIIIIIlmllmnlmlnnmlmlmummnmlwnlmlmlrlmmlmlmllmlmnlmlmllnnmlm mum I MlM IIV I llllllllllilllll llllllllll l lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillll lllllllllllllIlllllIlliIllllll1llKIlllllllllllllllllllilllillll llllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllillllllllllllllllllilllllllllIllllillllllwlllfllllilllll llillllljllllllllljjli First Row: Lewis, Van Nostrand, Glynn, Jarvis, Lzunlmnn Sz-coml Row: Hilflllllll, Savage, Kalllelz, J. G. Novak. Andes Third Row: J. D. Young, Hales, R. R. Young, Snxyvrs Yuletide Festival . .. .... GI'm'1'I1l ClIIIirnI.aII Co-cd C0-Cfldlflllfdll ROIIERI' jARvIs D0R0'I'IIv LEWIS .. .............. .. DANCE COM M l'l"l'lilE llrzllfa Cflfliflllllll VlC1'Oli lVlA'l"l'liSON . ........... . ............ .... . . HDWAIQII KI.IcIcII JACK IIIINGI-:R lQoIIIf:R'I' VVII.I.IsoN RoIIIcR'r YtllINti BIeN.IAIxIIN NNIcIssIwIAN IQMMA SIxII'rII IZIQRNARII li. SIxIvI-:Rs 'l'l'AliRY lloRIIs IENICIQ NA'I'AI.I Rosle NlARlli lJI':IIII':s'I'Ic'IIAs G IcoRGIc H .vrcl I ICR I .I+.lES'l'IVAl. COlX'lMl'l"l'FIli 1'lliLEN GLYNN .. ............................. .. LT. DAVIS Yonno Bl'I'l"l'Y MAIJS lXfl'I':R I.Ic lll Icrzf: A R l'l'ARllY l4AI.Ics l2III:IeNIc IXNDICS lJAVlIl CoIIIcN R0llliR'l' ll5ARNl,lM PUBLICITY COlXlMI'I"I'lil? TIIoIxIAs lfl. CLIIwIIxIINI:s J. WII.I.IAIxI TIII-:Is l0lI .XXRTIIIIR CoI.nIIIcIIo V N D. l'AIII.IIs lJAvIn LICNVIS joIIN CASIIIIOIIIAIQ ...... ....... .. .,... ....... . loIIN KAMIQNAR C. P. SIIowAI.'I'IcR lAIvIIf:s VAN NilS'I'l!ANl5 CI I ARl.0'I"l'li NKVALK I-:R 'IOIIN Novlxk . . . . .. C.'lmirIIII11I llARl!.-XRA llAR'l'lXlAN HARRY llAUMAN ,IACIQ VVvIc'rI-I . ..... Cllllifllltlll HI':NRIIf:'I"I'I4: SANIIICRSON linNA l.ANIIlXl.'XN l?1I.I'iII1'.v.v 1l1ll!IHgl'l' Hotel Schenley Ball room, The annual Yuleticle Festival took place in the December 15, 1932, from nine until one. Features for the evening' were Dick Gaertnerls Orchestra, and a pageant, "The Three Wise rlistributecl hv Santa Claus during' the Grand March. ing' were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ayars, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I.. Van Sickle, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Tracy, and Mrs. and Mrs. Henry C. Pavian. 365 Men." 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Silvc1'l:11:1Lt, NVilli1-ion, Smith 1 Second Row: Green, Suvzuzc. Wilson, Brccne. Golvglhcrhi. Hollstvnl First Row: Ossulu, Savage, Hirsch, Glynn. Stern, Milliron, HOUVCIUT Spring Festival Dance ANS1a1. McCA111AN'r .. ...................... .. Cllllliflllllll SUB-CHAIRMEN H11wA1111 KL121111 ..... ls'1mincss xIdn1i11i.1lr41fz'on C11A111.12S 1'1AR'l'W1G .. . .. lfdnmlion 1.11:110Y LEWIS ...................... . College RAY 13. ,l.'L11111u111 ...... -1201111111 1i11111oN11 C. 131112121112 . ................. Mines 1511111111111 N11w1.1N lLIlgllIt'Cl'l1lU M0ll'l'l1N L1cv1SoN L11111 S R121'1'121z G11.11121a'r Go1.11111AN C11AR1.12S HUGUS 1X1lA1,1111c12 G111111N J. W. ROSCIIE Gv1.A Si1'1211N FAN1N112 1:1 111ScH 13. 12. SMY1211S 172. I-1. R. P12011 R . W. O'N1a11.1. COMMITTEES BUS1N12SS AD1lINISTRA'1'ION NA'l'llAN GAN1:1c11 l?1.c11e12NC1-t l'111c12 G1f:c11z1:1c STOCKIER COLLEGE C1.11f'1'c1N BRl'l"l'AlN C11A111.11:S F11111aMAN JOHN NovA1c MA1iS1'lA1.I. BA141211 MTNIES IUAN M11.1.1a1z A. E. 5111111 IZDUCATION MAIQY LINN V111c:1N1A 11U'1'Cl'11NS DEN TAL G. W. M11.1.S 1CNG1NE12R1NG 11. 13. Bvmas 'l'c1M SAVAGE V1c'1'1111 1XlA'r'1'1iS0N 367 R11111211'1' XvlI.l.ISl1N 1. GA1u1N lil! S 111 l'I' H121.11:N 111112v1.1211 1'1,1c1.1cN M11.1.11111N EIIVVARIU 1J11111i1N 11IlIl.Il' AN111111:wS W11.1.1A11 1i121.1.1211 C 5151111012 Rom. 111211111 1 A K11121 1111 1211 11111111 R121111211 ,11111 N F1N1.AvS0N 111"1'111'11'1111111 3111'1111111111l1!1111111111 1111111 1111121 111111 111111111 '1 1111111111111 'W 7 '111111111 '11 111111111111111111 11 ,!11,,!11111111w111111111111111111111111111w1111,m11111!11111111111111111'11 M 1 1 1 11 11111111111 'S '11'1 '111111'11"1111'1'111 11111 1 111111 111'111'1'111111111'11111 11'1 1 1 1 1. 1 DANIEL W. SMITH, General Chairman SPRING FESTIVAL '11'11"11"111"1111"11W11'1111"1'111MW111'1111"1111"111'1111l'111l"1111'W111'1111111111'U111'11111111111 11111111'11111L111111 '111'W1"1111'1"11 11 1 11 111111 ,I111111 111!'11 1111111'1111'111',11'111111111111111 1x1111!j111'111 1"111"'111111111, " 111,W111111111111U11X111EW1'111mF"1111,'1111111111111111111111'111:'11111111111H1'111111.11111f1111,'111:111.111 11 'I1'1,111'1 1 GLADYS PYLE, Co-ed Chairman lllllllllllllllllll MIMIIMMMHWIMIMMMMWMMWMMIIMMWMMIMMIMWMIMMMIMWMMMMIWMIMMMIIMIMM "i1'll"" fi lf 1'1'IIu. 1' 111' 111' I 1 1111 11'I,11,III111'1 I1I1I1I11111111 111111119111I111,1111,111 N w,N 11,11 11 1 ,111 13111111 ,1 I 1 ,,. 1 11 1 U ii'iiliiiiliii'iiiiiiil iiiiiiliIlll''lii11ll"1ill11iilIii1IIl21llI11Ili,1llii,llli1 lIIllillii1IIli1lii'1lli'1'lii1ii: ii ii'M'ii'lil,1l',ll,1,lii1liiI'ii' ll i1 Ilhliiili ll',1Ii'11Iil ,Il'1Illf1l!g1iI11Ili1iI,lI ,II 1 Qi IH' ,lull III, 111 11 11 1I'1Il illili IIM11' ,I 1 1 13 1i 'QQ 11 s 1. fl 13' ,1 11.11 xl 111 1 M111 First Row: Hutchins, Ossola. McNamara. Milliken, Stern, Hanman, Murphy, Hocvelcr Second Row: Holstein, Turner, ChnInberliI1, Smith, Formichella. Stroyd Third Row: Lewis, Bowdler, Silverblatt, Holbrook, Goldberg, Grove, Green IUANIEI. W. SMl'I'l-I .. Spring Festival . . . ..GcIIeral Chairman GEADYS PYLE .... . ...... . .... .. ....Co-ed Clzammm SUB-COMMITTEE CHAlRlVl EN DAVID N. LEWIS .................................. . AIITIIIIII M. G0I.nIsEIII: IQOHICRT CllAMlll5Rl.lN JIUH N ll0I.IIIIO0Ic .. . . . .. ... G. BEN WEIssIvIAN .. BAIIIIAIIA l'lAII'I'MA1N .. JANE MCNAMAIKA .. REEII RosE Jo l-l N GIIovE BEIINAIID Sll.VlERlll.ATT NA'l'l'lAN Al.l'EllN ALITEIIT STA IvI MlCl.llACl-lf SARA JoI-INsoN DOROTHY VVIIIEIIACK CO MMITTEIQS RAZZ RAG RIJIIEIIT BownI.EII PUBLICITY B I1:T'I'v OssoI.A TRACK M.l5li',l' NEII. lXiCCANDLlCSS SWEEPSTAKES PETER PINGITOIIE FLOAT PARADE lflEI.EN GI.yNN lYiE'1"l'Y QUAIIIIIE WOMENS SPORTS lSAIsEI.I,E lVlURl'l'lY l"IIII':Im GoI.ImsTEIN 369 ...1'ubli.I'lwr of Russ Rag .....Direclor of Publicity .C1ll1l'1'1IllI1l of fl'racle Meet .ClIt1i7'7Ilfl7l of Sweeffslflkes ..li,M.Yl'1lL'.YS Manager '.EI2fQif911I1J1 of lfloa! 1,ll1'2ldL' lVo11If'II's Sportx CIIIIIVIIIIIII WII.I.IAM I-IAIIVEY CIAIARI.Es I'l'Ol.STlElN NOIQNIA CIIIIJLA AIITII UIQ STIIoyn SCOTT TuIINIzII HliNlillC'1"l'A SA NDERSON V1 IIGI NIA SEIIP , liim1v,3ll1il1x1!i 'J i H www ,H illi,l!l:lllrll 'H i, l N W W . A il., A A A A A .Alllllllllhl."lllihnl Top Row: Baker, Wyeth, Rusch, Lewis, Pennington, Novnk. Forenmn, Turner, Robbins . First Row: Savage, Mchzmghlm, Green, SeDD. Brooks, Milliron Selllossberg, Hoeveler, Kreuner Sophomore Hop VVILSON lluooxcs .. I I lclelilliln' BA RER CIIARLES l7o1eliMA'N juuas Gma1aN H 1':l.lcN 1-lol-:vicmak ' Blcle'ruA Km-:mlclz Wu.l,1AM l.l'1WlS lf'nANclas h'lCl.Al'GlIl.lN l'llEl.lCN hll!.I.lRON jus!-:vu NOVAK ......... . Cllairzmm KlcNN1a'r1r CDRNISTON juss P1cNNlNc:'roN IRVING RomuNs Wu LIAM Roan JANET SAVAGE OSCAR SCIILGSSIZIERG VIIRKIINIA Slim' Sco'r'1' T LY R N me JACK XVYICTI-I The Sophomore Hop of the class of 1935 was held in the beautiful Urban ' Room of the Vlfilliam Penn Hotel, December 2, 1932. The dance featured Paul Tremaine and his famous orchestra from Lonely Aeres. Programs of black and gold Celluloid, corresponding to the novel decorations were presented to the guests. The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. james 1-I. Potts, Dr. and Mrs. John Holman McFadden, and Dr. and Mrs. Gustav L. Sehramm. 370 r .L I f gi., V3 I '- 2 xv-5 1 ' i' 'ft '1 . 9 2-f , . is . r.' '- VJ.. J nv 'I-gl, .1 v QFJQ'-' ,- ", -.-we 1-. f-V.:-nw -, v.-55' -K at : rw- ,wwf- w ,1 ,J it ,. pq, N 5 .f 3.'5flI'f. 1-'filjijl .Mt--af VT ,.v.',ff '-- '.,.t., 1 Q ..', . ,..-nys ,U .5,,: X f-T. ' A' -... j .. ,,.4.,... ..,,.,N 13-:FU v 4gf,'.',k ,V .f 1.1-,js ,v L ' - .Jw I . . k-.fs , . 4 .ey 5:.N .., ,- .,-, , ,ll ,- L, rf'-1 . ,yf , 4, . mu F 2 I I l 3 73 .,..,,...,,,...,,. ,,....,,..,,,,.,...,,.,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,.,,,,...,,,,,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, wp M, i .. W O E N S F R A T E R N I T I E S Qfjff a ... n A -I I - Miss Tllvksfx W. AMOS f Dean of lfVomcn To thc Seniors: Hails and farewells are now being spoken on a thou- sand campuses. Good wishes are speeding seniors to new and happy adventures beyond the campus-nowhere are these wishes more sincere than here at Pitt. To you Senior Girls, I give you personal greetings and this wish for your happiness: may the four years you have spent in Activities at Pitt truly prove their worth in training you for socialized living. May you go from Pitt having a deeper appreciation for people, possessing skills in working with people, loving human folk more. Then, I know, the joys and sorrows of the "common heritage" will have more significant meaning for you. Hail and farewell 1933! 374 ,,i-' ii!! .i,iiiJ,i. 4' i' 'ix i ii, i ii i,':iJ "N ',i.i"i ii l,iiii iWi 1 V i U I 'iii i ii i i if iiiiiiiiiiiifiiiWffi'2 i ii iiiiiwiiiiiiriinii 1iiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii H i ii ilnilllllill 1 i iiiiCiiTi'iiwiii'iW Iiillillfil llllllllillllllllllllllilllilillllllil iwliliiiliii i iiiii iiiii iii iii iiiliiiiiliiiii iiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiicii,ii,ii9iiiiWi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii ii Wi iiiii i i li ii in i n iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii Wi W ii iii WW iiifiiiiiiiiii ii i iii i i i iii ii ii i i i i inIImiIIinIIIuiIImIIImIImlIlmIIinIIImIImlIIinInmIIinIlmIIruIIInlImiImiIlmIIuiIIinIIInIIInIIImIImIImuIinIImIlmimnmIIniIImiIimInaaIlmIIinIinnmImimiIrmwnnuinuminrmmnmmimimimnimmmnulimiuuuuuimiimmimnmnmnmiim I mnumnimuimini Women's Social Fraternities ll lillilllliil .I l lllll ll .... ww l riii l iirr I rl w Qi . . ll l will t l 1,5 li!! lik 1. ll I' III " W O M E N ' S F R A T E R N I T I E S lwWlrl'!r'lYi!r'r"lMN I X First Row: Moskowitz.-'Goldlinmmer, Levin Ah:-s, Eiseiilwrq, Schwartz Second Row: l,:xuter. Firestone, Colker, Seder, H. Green . Third Row: Goldstein, Seder, Miller. Pearlman, Ilroida, Green, Rohhins :QLA fifii. 2 OIVIFICERS Siamm Liivix . . ........ . .... Haan l'imNcizs Amis .... Sub-l7vaii RIQNA Goi.nii.xmiM1ai: .. ..... Srribf Rini: ElsiiNn1f:iu: . . . . . . . ..... .. . . Tl't'tl.f1H't'I' Un Octoher 25, 1909, Alpha Epsilon l'hi, women's national social fraternity, was founded at llarnard College, New York City. Chi Gamma Theta, a local fraternity at the University of Pittsburgh, became Nu chapter of Alpha Ifpsilon Phi in 1920. At present, the fraternity numhers twenty-eight chap- ters throughout the United States and Canada. The publication of this or- ganization is The Cnlilfnm of Alpha Epsilon Phi. The purpose of thc fraternity is threefold: to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to create a spirit of true wonianhood and citizenship, and to he of service to lnnnanity. Green and white are the fraternity colorsg the flower is the lily of the valley. Officers: Goldhammer, Levin, Ahes, Eisenberg 376 ALPHA EPSILON PHI N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H NU CHAPTER WIIII-IHII.IIInHI..IIII.IIII.HII-HIII--IIIInHImIIuwIInIIuwIrmIumIInII---41IInIIImImuII.mH-.1II--IIvmIIInImuIInIIumIIIIIIH-.IIIInIvmII--IIumM-ml--w--W IIInIIInHIInIIuwnnIIImIuwmwmwluwm mmm H...Im..4m I.IIIH-IIImII.MIII...II...Iw.W...w..w...IIImIIII.IIII.,III..IIII..II...w,.w..wmm- mm. mlIm.wIm...m..wIImm..4w.uw.nwm IImIII..III.HIIImIII..IIII..IIImIIInIIImII.-4III..III..IIImII..IImyII..wI..w.Wwm FRANCES Ames IQENA GoI.11uAM M 121: RHEA Comqlcu RUT11 E1sENnE1ec SYLVIA LAUTER GEORGIAN Buoum ROSALHQ F11ucs'roNE FRIICIIA GOI.IlS'1'IElN RUTH ANDERSON Pl-1vl.1.ls ITI.UMENFIiI.D Dduls IENGIJQMAN IZIINA Iflouowwz SICNIORS JUNIORS SOP!-IOMORES PLRDGES ZARA Slatcml. ' 35232 'T' 377 Slcnlm LEVIN ISLAINE IIIOSKUNVITZ ITLANCHIQ I"mlzr.MAN Ilonownv Romems EST ul-:la SCH NVARTZ I'IIiI.IiNlC Gmzmr MA1a'r11A GREEN H1sl.1cN Summa: FLORENCE IQING STELLA LAZAR GRACE IX'I'OSKOWI'1'Z SELMA SoLow 11'1,111511' 1 1 1 , 1'll1lll11l1ll mix, 1l1 1 , , l' 11 3",1Y 'WWW 1" 111-l OMEN'S FRATERNITIES 1 1111 - l 1 1111 lil 1l 1, '111 lilllllll ll X 1 U W X will 1 ll lllll 1 1 1 1 V 11111 1 l gl ,ll 11'i1,,n11-n 1 ll 11m1lll111ll1l111m11 illl 'll i' 11 ' W 1111 111l1111M111111 1 ll 111 11111111 1 111111 1 l Ifirsl Row: Grim, Rll'lllll1llllt'l' 5l'CU!Kl Row: Pnrks-r, Lora-sclx, Dyvr, Briggs .pamnnnufmy , JANE 61111111 ........ ...... lfllI'I'll R11s'1'11x1 1'1.1.1a1e ... .,. I :rv- lJ11lu1'1'11Y ARNH11 .... ... . .. JANE 131111411211 ......... . ...... .. l'r4'.1'1'rl1'11l l'rr.vid1'n! S'r'r'1'4'lc1l'y 7il'1'fl.K'IlI'l'l' Alplm Xi llcltn, NVUl'llC'll.5 11:11i1111:1l sucizil l1':1lc1'11ity, was fUlllIlll'll :lt l.Ol11lJZl.l'll Collugc, Cizllcslmrg, Illinois, April 17, 1893. The f1':1l1'1'11ity l1:1s l'XDIlll1lCil lu 1l1c 1-x1v11t of lifiy-four cl1:1111c'1's. Alplm Alpha, local cliuplvl' of Alpha Xi Della: was foiimlcrl Ill ilu- University of l,lllSlDlll'1JQll, May 17, IQIS. The p111'posc ' 'z i ' "1 -: ' of thi 1'1 1lc11111y IS in uillii llc 1 llllt Nllllll of fiin-nclsliipg to 1-11- 0lII'2lKl', nicl :111cl 111111001 unch uthcr by :ill licriiomlnlc mczms clxiring life., tu lll2lllIl1llll Il hipgli scnsm- of liuiiur mul cluly :mul to clicrisli :uul 111-01001 tliusc iiislitutiuiis which liousc its lllC1Hl7L'I'S. Alplin Xi IJ1-11:1 l1:1s fm' its culors. flzlrk lmluc, light liluv, :xml gold. Rllflllllllllllff, Grim, Pnrkvr 378 ALPHA XI DELTA ,,..........-.1,,11111mm111Im111H.,1,H.,11...,,,L..11,...111.HX11.H11N..1N..11V...1XH..1w1...1,H-1111V..11N..1,N..11.-.11N-..11V..11NV...111.H,1H..11X1.111.H11N...11V..11N...111.H1NH..11N.1N,N.,,,.HX,W,,mX,,...,,X1.wW..w...w.., 1111.1111..111L..,11V..,1N.,11X..111...,1X..X11..m..H...w....H..1 .1H...,11um11W1HL.,111...H,,.1X1H.U,1...,H..,1,r..wW.,11,..,H..,,1,...N1...,1H.,XmnX,.H,H.H,...,,H.H,..,,,V..H1..11N,.,H,.,,,..,,W11..1NH.WW.-m,..-,,.. UNIVERSITY OF PITT'SBURGH Lois Houzfzs I'Jouo'1'11v ARNER ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER SICNIORS RIARIUN Lolusscxfl JUNIORS FDITII RIiI'I'llMUl.l.l.R PLEDGES D1iI.1x1AR SINGIQR 379 JANE Gum JANE I'muuz1z , Viyfli ,WW ' till 1 ,iili11llW1' ,llllli will 1 i' ll". 1 , ll I 1 - 1 11, 1-1 1 W o M E N's F R A T E R N 1 T 1 E s ,1 11 ti., 4 111- wiv wit iw mm nw- mn wi-ow lwwiiwiim 1.1- 1will-liiwiiiiiwii-mi-www111-111111111-1111wtvwwiwuw-111 1111111 lil ll' ll' lllll lll l l ll ll 'i ll l li lil Wt'l""" First. Row: l-Irvtchntan, Magi-u, Gnff, 'l'1-ata, Johnson, Kit-in Second Row: Wvntzvl, Z1-iglcr, liissul, Julftirs ik L Q 111 wwwf LY: OFFICERS JEAN E, 'l'IiA'I'S .. .. ....... l'r'r.vi1lm1! O1.1v1c jo11NsoN .. ...... I'im'-l'r1-xirlvzil NVILMA Gow ..... 1fL'COI'lillI,Q .S'1'1'l'4'l111'y Rtrrn XfV1cN'rz1c1, .... . . .... .. C-0I'l'l'.Vf7tIlllHlltl .S'1'1'1'1'la1'y Alpha Delta Sigma, foumlccl as a local fraternity till the Pitt L'lll'l'tllllS i11 19.21, lH'C1lll1tE Alpha Tau Cliaptcr of Beta Sigma Omicron womr-n's national social fraternity in lQ3O. llcta Sigma Omicron was fonnrlt-cl at tlic University of Missouri in 1380 and has since grown until it now has tn't-11ty-om: activc chapters. 'l'l1c colors of thc fraternity arc rnlry and pink, its tlowcr is thc Richmond and Kilarncy rose. Tlic fratcrnity pnrposcs to lostcr lasting frienclsltips among its mcmlmcrs and to L'llC0lll'1l1.fk' scliolarsliip. 'l'l1c national organization publisltcs The iV1f11. Last year, Alpha rliillt cliaptcr was anzmlccl the University of Pittsl111rgl1 l,2lIlllCllClliC SCl1UlZll'Sllllb cnp. OfBccrs: Kh-in, Wcntzc-l, Goff, Touts, Johnson, Jaffurs 380 BETA SIGMA OMICRON mwm.....,... .AwwwH-mm-NA..-mln AAm1AA...1AN..11...41ArmAnm1mlAAumAV..AA1...IA1.H1111.111rm1nm,11.,,11.U11vm11A..A111..11AV..AA1.H1A1.111V..11Arm11.H1Nim11.HAA1--1111-..N11.M1nm,1...11A...w..w...w...w.. ..AAA.UA1rmAA.m11H..1N..11mf11W1,..w....m..m..,w 1,.H1U.A,....AAL..111nm11H-4A1nlAAum11in1Am1pmAmn11A.NNum1muA...11Auw1.1AAA.AAL...1AL.AN..11L.-Au.,w.,w.w..-A UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH - 4 , -IICF-SIE Blssm' SARA JANE Bum: VVILMA Gow 1f:I.IZAl!li'l'l'I 'Hlsxss 12vANGl4:l.1N1c JAFFICRS LOUISE KR1c'rc1-I MAN Ou1'HA L1cu:H'1'Y GRACE ACKARIJ RliNIi'I"l'A Hmss ALPHA TAU CHAPTER SENIORS SOPI IOMORES PLEIDGES i . 381 Omvlc jon-nNsoN k'lzXRGAIlli'l' 1iI.lilN IEm'1'H Pli'l'IERSl-IN 'IRAN THATS RUTH W1eN'rzlcr. M URIEI. MAcz1c1f LILIAN Zmclnalz JEAN NIICYICR Rl"I'll TQNKIN ilu wlllnllli' llwll iiqf llllllllli wil 'll1'1li it H " Ill ll " W o M E N ' s F R A T E R N I T u E s llllllll11illlllM11l'G1H13lr First Row: lilziclghurn, Slmnnon, Sim-flclle, Vetter, Glynn, Ponti 501301111 ROWZ Hvlfl. Patton, Crozier. Park, Chalmers J :V t X .Hifi l 5.4 OIVFICICRS 'l'lHaLii,x Yl'I'I"l'l'IR .. ...... Pl'!'.YllI'l'lll Ilm,i5N GLYNN .. I"icc-l'1'f'.virIv11l Amen SHANNON .. ..... .S'vrrvlf1r'y FRANr1cs SMICDIILIE .. Tl'L'!1S1H'l'I' The Hrst Chi 011105111 Cllilmer of ilu- existing orgzmizution of eighty-seven clmpters was founclvcl at the University of Arkzmsas, lizlyettc-ville, Arkzmszls, in 1895. The present local chapter, l'l1i lletzx, was estzllmlisllecl :lt the Univer- sity of Pittslmrgli in 1919. The purpose of this womeifs fraternity is to proviclc Z1 knowledge of true Cllristizul iclezlls, to foster the gl'0Wlll of llellenic culture, zmcl to create il spirit of i'l'll'l1lllillCSS :uncmg its memlmers, :is well :ls to encourage n clesire for higher SlIlllKl2ll'flS of SCll0lIlI'Sl'llD. 'l'l1e nnlionzll publication of the frnterllity is l5lmz.r1'.r,' the local puliliezttion is Phi livin BrCzv.':t'.s'. Chi Omega has for its colors, Czxrcliiml :xml strzur. Officers: Vetter, Smeddle, Glynn, Shannon 382 CHI OMEGA .Im-..ym...v.n mr H. .4 U. mn u m .A1.1...q111..111A..111fmwwlm1nmAyu-11In11--I.1nu.Aml.11-I..1ml11ml111I..11In11nuA1I..AAnmAwWwwwIn1wAin111H-111I-AA-.H1L...11...Q11H.11H..11N.,AA.L.,A.1...111.1.1V..111H.111H..1AL..111in1Afm1my1A-..w..w.-W-.A nnA-..11unAnn1N..AH.111uw1m11um1L...1H....1H..A....,Anw11H.1A1...11um1mnmm1W.1....U1...,,N..1N.1Aun1M.AH..AAnm....1.H...1L...AH...1N..1A.......1....U1.......w..m..m..A UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH .H , , ml v Am......m.-lmumm -AAnm1Am11AInAnmmmvm1mmmywmmmnAum1rmAum1Im1uw11mAmuAAImAAnAwArmAuwwL.-4ANm1H-11um1H.11um11-I.1A.HAN..AW..11.H1AI-I111InArm1Amw,-.w..1m-mm.. .mmmmmll 41nn11W111.1111.H11H.mm1m.1w..w.1 1111.H11im11A...411L..111nn1111.H111I.,111..111H-111im11H.111H.111m111L...A1L..A1...Q11...Q1my11A.H111.111AW11W1AH.11W1H..1..w...m..w.1m.u IXIARY B1.AcxcnURN H1cl.1cN B. GLYNN I2'rl-utr. G. 1,A'l"I'0N MAuGA1ua'1' C1-IALNERS Dono'r1-1 Y Hmm PHI BETA CHAPTER SENIORS FuANn'l4:s A. SM1f:nm.1- T11 1c1.M A A. Yli'l"1'ICR JUNIORS OLGA E. 1'oN'r1 Amen M. SHANNON SOPHOMORE H ELEN L. Cuozl lan 1'l..liDGES H A me 1 wr MLfMA STERS XN'ANN1c'1'AH PARKS 383 1 1 lllunulullmuwllu 111111 l'111111111111l'1' 111111. llll lily 1'1" l11l!-'.1- ll 1 ll "" 111 , illllll 1111 111lll1g1l1l 1lll11 1 ll 1 li W O M E N 'S F R A T E R N I T I E S 111 1 iil llli 'lg Xu ,- ill 11M1l1ll11lll11T1 iiillhl .V "1 First Row: Dymoml, Pt-:1rCf'. ciL'llSlll'llllt'l', Miss Nannah. Pylv, Bair, Iizrlirimu-r St-cond Row: jolinsrm, lA'Wl"4. Scpp, Goss, Hanrlick, Mall-1-r, McCloslu-y, lioylu, Lycz-ttv Third Row: Storcll. livllmfl. Dvllllvr. Schlniclt, Rc-i1'1hz-1'r lfroats, Bot-cking, Tliomae-1 I . i 1 iii X 3, ' 'Z 71 , MA-Q OFIYICICRS t'i1.A1ws l'v1,1a .... .... ... .......... ...... I 'I't'.TI'fll'IIf Nli'l"I'lI1I filiNSlllilMliR .. .. l'it'v-l'1'v.virlv11I MA1e'1'11A 1'1iA1er'1a ... .... . .S'm'1'z'lr11'31 CllARl.0'l"I'li HA11: . . . . . . ................. ....... 7 il'l'II.Y1H'I'l' Alpha 'lil1L'l1l, local chapter of Della Dclta Delta, womcu's national social l'1'a1c1'11ity was cstalmlisliccl on April 15, IQID. The 0l'g'IlIllZIlllOll was origiiizxlly foiinclt-cl at Boston Univcrsity on 'l'l1:u1ksgivi11g live, Novcmhcr 23, 1883, and now numbers L-iglity-four chaptcrs. liciorc hccoming nationally alliliatccl, Alpha 'I'hcta, local chaptcr of Dclta Delta Delta, was known as Delta Gmicron, which was foumlcrl in April, IQI4. Fraternity publications arc: T110 Tridmil, T7'il01I, T1'i1'1'111r, and 'l'riglyffl1. 'l'l1c purposc of this irzitcriiity is to cstzilmlish a perpetual boiicl of fricnclsliip ainong thc mcmlicrs, to rlcvclop il strongcr and more womanly cliaractcr, to l7l'U2lfll'll thc moral :tml i11tcllccl11:1l lifc, aml to materially assist its im-mhcrs in cvt-ry possihlc Wily. Oliiccrs: Pcarcc, Dymonrl, G1'nshcim1:r, Pyle, Bair, Matut-1' 384 DELTA DELTA DELTA 'H 1 1...- AM 1111111...11111.1-1111.1111--111nn11.1111mu111.111mm11.11111.11111.11111.111A-111nu11nm11-11111rm111-1111...11mf111.1111.11111.111111.1111.1111.11111.1111.11111.1111.11111.111111.11111.1111.11111111111.1w11111111111 1.11111 11.11m111m 11.1111-.A.. 1111111.11111 A UNIVERSITY OF P11155 11--1111--11m1111..11111.w..1 1111.11 1.-.W 1-14111. 11111111.1111 Vl'IRflNA DYMONID SA1,1.Y JO11NsON N E'r'1'11c GEN SH li 1 M 1211 MAIQIAN B1c111z1Nc11f:1z SISNIORS JUNlORS DO1eO'r1'1Y I.1cw1s NIARY LINN EMMA SMITH BA1111A1zA lVIA'1'ElCR JEAN Sc11M1'r'r SOPHOMORES Vr:1ar:1N1A SEM' M A 1zJO1111s I'TAR'l'MA N N1XNCY BO1ac1c1:NG MA1eGU1c111'1'1c MCC1.Os1cY ROSE BA1.1. JEAN McW11.1.1AMs H14:1.1cN W1c1.F1c1: PLEDGES ALPHA T1-IETA CHAPTER 385 HA1111114:'r llANn1c1: MAll'I'1-IA PEANCE C1-1A111.0'r'r1c BA111 G1.A11Ys PYLE MAliGLIliIi1'1'li THOMAS MA11GA1z1a'r F11OA'rs SY1.v1A S'rO11-C1-1 MAll'l'l'IA BOY1.1z Au-C15 R121 N 11 12121: AIllCI.AI1Ii Goss Ii1.1NO1114: HUMPHRIIES JANE BOOTH MAIQY ANN P1eA1acN1c11 MAliYI.AN W11l'1'1c LOu1s1a JOHNSON my wwwwwwiywihl il' ' t l lllll-i T it 'llllllll ll l nl-Ml'-Miwi N T ll ul W O M E N ' S F R A T E R N I T I E S t i11-'lwmli,,'lii!liltww lla mmmmmwwwwit 'w First Row: Srhuh, D'TCNZllHIlFIl, Brinlm-y, Cztsscl, Ilurgrztvv, Phillips Sc-coml Row: NICKIIIIIQY, LL-ntz, Gurlx-r, Booth, Milliron' Third Row: Nc-glcy, Ritchie, Clark, Loughm-r, Vitchcstznu gf ,Q '4' 1 -, T! 1 I. -i?i"x.f Ol"l"lCliRS lh1:'r'1'v Cxsslal, ....... ..... I 'rv.vidt'11l lloieoiiix' I l.xlec:lf.xx'lc .. ...... I 'it't'-l'l't'.m!u11l Vlmaixu ll1e1Nt.tcv .. ..... li'vt'm'di11g .S'4't'l'l'flll'-V Slmxxxic i'lill.l,lI'r1 C'arrv.vpa11rliuy .S't't'rt'lt1:'y JANE Mt'N.xx1.xu.x .... . .............. 'l'rt'u.vnrt'r The nzitionztl Ul'f.f1llllZllll0Il of tht- NVOIIICIIIS social frzttcrnity, llcltzt Zctn, which was fotimlurl :lt Miami University, Uxlorcl, Ohio, in l902, sa-lvctuml :1 group of l'1tt f.ZlliS in 1915 :tml 0l'g'1llllZL'li tlwm mio :L local lrzltcrillty which was to hc-coim' Omicrou clmptci' of llcltn Zn-tu in J:uu1:u'y, 1916. 'l'lu-rc :irc now 58 :Lctivc cliztptn-rs in thc nzttionnl orgzuiizution, Tho f1':itm'nity has :is its colors Viuux g'l'L'l'll :tml Kilnrm-y rosc. 'l'hc n:1tiou:1l frzttcrnity pulilislics :1 qllzxrtt-rly lllilpfilllllk' cnllucl Yilll' l.t111ll'. llcltn Zctzt lostcrs scholztrship :tml Compztnion- ship. It mztintziins :t scliolatrsliip fuml :tml cntircly supports :ut vlcim-nt:u'y :tml sccomlztry school :lt Vcst, Kentucky, czlllvcl tht' lla-ltzt Zclu Community Qqk'l1l1'l'. Oflict-rs: McN:inmru, Brinlvy, Czxsscl. Hurgrxivv, Phillips 386 DELTA ZETA MIIWIIIIIIIII QHNIIIIIIII -m-mI.I...I .. IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -IIInmII-IIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIImIIImIInmI.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImuIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInnIImIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII,ImIIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIImIImIIIIIIIIIRIII..IIIIIIIIIN,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH -Imm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII .IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-III IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII .IIIII.III..III IIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII BIc'I"I'Y CAssIcI. MILIIREII CLARI: AIARY GARIIER ANNE ICANE VIRGINIA BRINLEY DOROTHY :HARGRAVE JANE MCNAMARA LOIS BooI'H LOUISE LOUGHNER JANE LEN'rz VPIIQA CAs'I'E ELIEANOR NICIQWAN .OMICRON CHAPTER SENIORS JUNIORS JEAN WII.suN SOP HOMORES 1X'fIl.lDRlCD SCI-IUII PI-ElJGIiS A : RIILIIzII'I'A NL' RN 387 liI.IzAIIE'1'II MKTIQINNI Y EVELYN BIIEASIE NIARGICRY STEVENS jEss.IIq VI'l'CHES'I'AIN SI1zAN-NE 1'IIII.I,II's VIRGINIA NIzc:I.Icv .IIQNNIE Rl'l'ClllE H'lEI.IiN MII.I,IRcIN rl EA-N Sc ll RAWIII-:R RIVIII GouImI-As'I'oR Ii'I'III4:I. ROWIIEN RI I'I' I-I D If1FuREs'1' llllfll 1 llili llliw 1 111111 1 11111 1 lllll ll lil 1 ll ii in ,I liii ll ll 1115115 Il W o M E N s F R A T E R N 1 1 1 E s ,Hill 1 1 111111111111111111 X WvltXXXllXXXLl.'!!!'.I4WWWlllqXXllllwwwwlvtXWWrlliXrllllwwvltXYIIAXXXll4!!'v.1XYWVIAXXXlllwwxllllWWYllXXXllwxxxvlWWWrliXXXllxxxwilYXYYI.XXXLllixX'.1NN'.'NNNIllXXIllxxxxllXNNI'XXXX-l4!!,'I4NNNNl.4XXrillxxxvlNNNN.41XXXIlxxxxlllNNNI.XXXX'IANNNII4NNIIVXXX.l'NN!l'NNNNI4!!!,l'NN!ll-!'Nll!!!!.l IXXXIIAWYYI4WWWllXXXLlltWXII'XNNVI..NNL"1!!Y.'NNN,.1NN',I! Yxxlllxxl 1 1 111111111'1111111111- .111 11:2 1 "N1 ,,,,,,4, , First Row: BI'IlllkHl0lll', Smith, Crrmistvr, Woorlrilff, Mnnzvy Sucoml Row: llurlmlz, Nvnlum, lirb, I-11111:-wr, Milliken, SIIIICICFSOII Third Row: Czisszirly, La-4-, Mzidcln-11, Slvnsv, CIll'l'll'l'llll lfmirtli Row: Cl11'1s!c11s1-11, Dykv, Ilnuvvlur, lfrzincis X959 OIFFICJCRS KA'1'111n'N C1eoN1s'1'1a11 .. ... ....... ... ...... l'1'v.rz'1Ir11l IDORUTIIY lillllll ..... . ...... I"1'1'v-l'f'r'.vz'r1'1'11l lJ01u1'r11Y NVc10111e1v1f1f .. .. .,,. lx'1'm1'1li11r .Sif't'l'!'ffll"l' .l . li1.1No1z SM1'r11 ....... . f'lH'l'l'.i'flIIlll1iIl!1 ,S'1'c1'r'lary 1':l,l'IANOR ll1mN14s'1'11N1a .. ....... .. ....... 'l'1'rr1.r1n'1'r ln J:1n11:11'y, ISIC, :it Dv llann' LlIllVl'l'Silj', iilt'll known :ls Aslanry Colin-gr, was 1111111111-cl thi- first XVUll1l'll,S fl'Illl,'l'liliY to lwzu' :1 Greek nzlmrr. ll was Kappa Alpha 'l'l1c1:1. lts purpose is tl11'u-folcl: social life, sclmlzlrsllip :ind iclivitics. Since 1870, thc fr:1lc1'11ity l1:1s vxpzliulcrl lo thc cxtcnt of sixty- llll'L'C cluxptcrs lill'0llg'l10l1l ilu: Unitcci Stntvs :xml Cilllllliill. In the spring of 1015, Ili Thuln Nu xxfccivvcl i1Cl' cI1:11'tc1' lftllll Knppzl Alpllil 'l'l1c'l:1 and in llvccxnlmcr of 1015, was inslzxllvcl ns Alpha Ol1ll'f1ll L'll1llllk'l' of lqilllllil Alplm I'l1cl:1 at the Univcrsity of l'i1lsl1u1'gh. 'l'l1c lluwvl' is lin' pnnsy. lllzlclc :xml gold :irc the colors of thc f1':1lc1'11ily. Ollicursz Hl'2lllkSl0l1i', Smith, Crmiislor, Mziuzvy, Slvusc. xvflillifllff sas KAPPA ALPHA THETA I WI.. I I IIII ImuIIII..-III...III..IIIIIIIII..IIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII-.IIII-III,IIIIII-IIIIII.IIIII-IIII-IIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIII..IIII...II...IIII..II...IIII..IIIIIIIII..IIn..II.IIIII.IITIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII I I.. III III II IIIIIIII..IIII..I ...IIII.IIII.I IIII.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIImIIII.IIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.IIIII.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIII.IIImIII...II,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIII II.IIIIImIII..IIIII.III..III...III..IIII..IIII..IIII..III...II, IIIII-IIII...IIIII-IIIII-IIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIII-ImuII...IIIIIIII..III..II...II,...I..., UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH BERNICE CASSAITY KA'1'liIiYN CRONISTER MARY DEMPSTER HELEN 11AUSER DOROTHY LEE ELEANOR RRANKSTONE IMARJORIE BERNATZ DOROTHY BURIJ MAIQY DYICE MAR1'HA CAMERON MAXINPL CHRISTENSEN IQATHIERINE ANN EVANS VIVIAN FRANCIS HEI.EN HOIZVELEIQ VIRGINIA BENTZEL DOROTHY 1jOVEY NATALIE HAGAN MARGARET LEWIS VIVIAN LEWIS ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER SENIORS DOROTII Y VVUODRUFF JUNIORS SOPHOMORES PLEDGES 389 ICATIIRYN JANE MCCAIII LENORE MII.l.lEli ICLINOR SMITI-I JANE WALTON MARY JANE WOLIIE CAROI.1NE ERI: RUTH FEUCHT JANE STOVE!! NIAUZEY LUIS MlLI,lliEN MAIQX' MAIIITEN 1'II2NRlET'l'E SANDERSON MARTHA SCIILI-:In IIANET SLEASE DEN'F STROCIQ IUOROTHY LYONS SARAH PINKERTON AI.IcE ROSENIIERIIER VIRGINIA RussI-:I.I. KIARIE S'I'0IllSIE III..II,..II...III...III.. ' 4 + 4 IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII IIII IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I In W o M E N - s F R A I E R N I T I E S I-'III - - + I I 1 I, ,Il III IIIIUIIII I ll . I ,IIIII III ' II ll'll"'IIIIIII I, II 'II II'llMlI,llQ l I. ll! I. IW, I 1' I lll ll I, IIII E K lu I l 'ni' 1' ,l lllllll IIIIIIIIIII III ll -:Im I:,, 'I Top Run' fl0lISll'j', Tslvr, f5l'0kI', SIIvIIg:I-, Bair, Drum, Englunrl SI-4-onrl -lion'-IIIIIII-lv M"lV'4', Stl-rn, l'lllL!'Ill', Stutlvr, fQllIll'l'l4'. xvlllvlllllll, III-ss lui,-SL 'gow-StoII41k, ll0ll0VIHl, 1'rontI-r, GI-tsim:I'1', WIIlkI'I', xl0I'l'lS0ll ."S I U- W ' II'X7""' 4- - Q14 'Q fr ' - 0 o , I OFFICIZRS l30R0'I'lIY GI'1'I'SINGlER . . ............. ..... I ,l'l'.Vl'lll'I1f Kl.XRl,XN RIORRISON .. .. l'iI'v-l'1'I'.vir1I'IIl JUAN S'I'oIICIc ..... .... I I'I'gfi.vlmI' ll.XRRllE'l' lloxmxx N .................................. .S'I'I'I-I'lIII'y lxIpp:I Kappa Gillllfllfl was l'oIIIuIccl :It Bflilllllfllllll Cullm-gc, CJClfllK'I' I3, 1870. llu: l'I':1tL'I'IIity :It lJl'k'5L'lll lI:1s L'XDZl.ll4l1'Il to SL'Vl'llly Cll2llllCl'S tl1I'oIIIgIIoIIl ilu' L'IIilm'Il Slzmu-s :uul Cllllilllil, 'l'lu' local CllIl17lt'l' wus l'Ullll1ll'tl :II llu' L'IIivI'I'si1y of l'illslmIII'glI in IQI7. lJ:II'k Illltl light lrllu' ZI.l'C llu' fl'IllL'l'llllj' cnlmws. 'l'Iu: purlmsc of tlu' fI':Iu'I'IIIty is to 1K'l'DL'lll1l.ll' linppn lQZl.1llJ1l clilllllllil for Ilu' l'L'l0Illlll'lll of tlu' Iumlmla-I' qII:1liliI's of llu' llllllfl :uul llu' llllt'l' fcclillgs of tlu' lu':u'l mul fm' lllllllllll llL'llJl.lllllk'SS iII ilu: :1llzIiIIIIu'IIl of iIulivi1lII:Il :uul wcial I,'xc'I:llI:IIcc :mumg its nu-mluurs. 'l'lu: tlowrsr of lizmppu Killllbll Gnmmrl IQ llu' llL'lll'1lC lIs. DmIov:III. l,fl'lll1'l'. fll'lSlIlQ0l', lVl0l'l'lS0ll, Slouch 390 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA .IIIII..III..IIIIIIIII.IIII...IIImIII..IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIII-.II II-.IIIImII...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIII RRRII-IIIIIIIIRIII...IIIIIIIIImII.IIII,IRIIIRRII.IRImmIII..III-RII...IIRRIIII.IIIIRIImIIImIIImIII-ImnI.IIII...II...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH .IIIIII..III.IIIII..IIIII.III..IIII-IIII..IIIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIII IIIII-IIIInIIIII-IIII.,IIII.II,IIIII.RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ...IRI .IIIII..III.I.I ...MII II...II.I.IIIII IIIIIIIIRIIIII III.-IIIIIIIII HELEN HAIR FLORENCE BOWMAN PAULINE BOWMAN JJOROT l-1 Y GE'rs I NGER DOLORES GRONE EM MY LOU 1'1ALLER ELAINE RI,AL7Vl'IL'l' l lARRIE'I"I'E DONOVAN RUTH DRUM JANE EDGAR IWARGARET IiNI:I.AND FLORENCE JENNY RUTH COLISLEY ELOISE IJORRA NCE EI.IzAIIE'rI1 BLACK MARIQUERITE RUGAERTS FRANCES BROWN BLANCHE IDUNHAR SvI.vIA FIXEL DOROTHY FR A Z1 ER ANN GRI1f1fI'I'I'IS GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER SIZNIORS JEA N XIV I N I-:LA N11 JUNIORS SOPHOMORES PLEDGES A RN RU'I'IfI RICHARDS 391 VlX'lAN lllsss HICLIZN RICKIE!! VIV.lANE JXIETOUR MARION MOIQIQISQJN JEAN S'I'O'I'I.ER Cl'lARLO'l"l'E WALKER IQATIIIZRINE 1,RliN'l'ER FLORENVE PRICE BE'r'rv QUARRIE VIill.IE'I"I'.'X STARR GYLA STERN JOAN S'I'0lJl'K SALLY ISLER JANET SAVAGE IJOROTIIV GROTE GERTRUIIE LEWIS LOUISE MQKIRIJY JEAN MUILROY ,DURUTH v A I' UlEI.I.ER JEANNE OSIXOIQNE ALICE PARKS J W O M E N S F R A T E R N I T I E S Fir:-:L Row: l.VvcIwr, Sclu-ffm-r Suqmul Row: Hzmsrm Sell-y, Hzmek, Probst, McClure th us. an qgpxm I 0 OQO 12331, ,j , -- E- nf, ., M FEE' , pi: V, - 1 - . . W. . OFFICERS Rl-:nlcc'C.x ll. Wiililzlcia . ............ ..... I '1'e.vidC11t Gizoizc1a'1"i',x SCIIIQFFER . .. .. . 'HCL'-1,?'C.YldCllf Rom-:uns SICLEY ........ ..... Y '1'cz1.i-mm' lvlixm' ltxliimlm Ifkoizsr .. Svfrelary In IQIQ, thc Beta 'I'l1f:t:1 Chapter of l,'hi Mu, women's national social frat- ernity, :incl second oldest womzuils secret orgxuiizntimi, was established on the Uiiiwrsity uf Pittsburgh czumms. Phi Mu, which inclucles 59 active chapters in its nntionzml chzliu, was l0llllClL'4l at VVesley:m College at Macon, GL-oi'gi:x, on jzuluziry 4, ISSZ. The fnzternily sponsors 11 nnlionzll publication which is known as 7710 flglaia. The eulors of the fmternity arc rose and white, :incl its ilmver is the ezmizltioii. Phi Mu vmplmsizes schol:u'ship, spon- sors pliilzuitliropie work, :md mzliiituins llenltlimolmilcs which travel the nmuntzlins of soutlierxi iii-m'gi:1 to give mecliczil :Licl to isolated people, Officers: Wecber, Probst, Seley, Schcffcr 392 'W Ulf if 'lil i Wi l l 5 il W ll Wil lwiliiiiliill ll l l li ii, ,lui 1. ,N ii , ,ii - I nu iii li i . ' , i if l W' iii Wi i i N ll ll! i wmv mil i im, i ' N wi: 1' 'll iw " PHI MU NA' I 2X"X.1 SENIORS Glcolzcslwm Sclrxcxfifm Rmuauzfx XVIEIQIIICR Romenmx SIELIEY JUNIORS JANE IVICCLURE ELNORA Ilmxclc AIARJORTIE IIANSON SOPHOMORE IXIARY BAlmARA 1'u0ns'1' PLIIDGIQS II"IICLIiN SMITH HARIUIQT SLOAN BETA THETA CHAPTER 393 IAIIIInTIT..TIIH..II.HIII.UIIH.III.HIITmTTImTTmIII-.4IITmII-.IIII-.41I-.HII--IIIIInII-.IIII.HIIIH.II...III...III.UII.MTT...TTT.MTTT..III.HIII-.1III...IIImII--4H--wu.4m-mm IIIuwIInIIuwmuImuI.NIITmIImIT...m.,w..,w..m. I...IInmImnIITmIIInl-IITmII...IIITmIIT..IIIM4TTT...II...IIII...IIumI...IITmIIT...ITT..II...MIT..IIT...m..m..TT..w..m I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H ll i1l1 .1ll3l lx Nh! ,I , W o M E N ' s F R A T E R N 1 1 1 E s lll11l1lWl11ll11il1 1 111 Mll 1 11l1 l1l 11' '111 ll lllllllh lllllll ll 1 L11 1111 1.1 ll 1111111111 'llllxlli , lllll lllllll 1l l ll 11 11 "lll1il'1 1- hli ll mlll llll ll1lll1'11'11-111111 lfirsL Row: lirowll. Birnkmnt, Slonv. Mvrwitzvr, L4-wixitvr, Kcizlcr, lirlich S1-voml Row: I,ow1-litlml, Burt. Kopsofsky, l.c-vin, Bllillllllllll h... ...' 'T-S o1f1f1c1z1zs l"1.0111-:Nc'11: Kl1a1uv1'1'z1211 ............ ....... . Alwlnm If1.o1114:N1'1c L1aw1N'1'1c1f .. ... I 'in'-!l1'1'l1va1 lVlIRIAM liI.RlC'Il ....... .S'1'riI11' Do14o'r11v S1YoN1c ....................................... lflzrzvizr ln 1924, Siumzl L1ll11lNlll Chi, Il local womc-11's fmtf-1'11i1y :Lt thu U111vc-rslty ol l'i1tsh11rgl1, hcczum- thc lolzi clmptm' of Phi Sigma Sigma l"r:1tcr11ity. Thu llllllilllill f1':1tc1'11ity was fo11111h'cl :lt llunicr Collcgc, Now York City, on Y Y Ixovcnihcr 26, IQI3. l hi Sigma Sigma now has llYl'llly-llllll' clmptus 111 11s llllllllllill chain. 'I'hc pllrposc' of thc: f1':1tc1'11ity is to crcntv and fostci' ll rlcliiiitc spirit of f1':1tc'1'11:1l lil'l'llllg' :1mo11g its l1lCllllN'l'S, 115 well :ls to promote: 1 gCllCl'l1l policy of phil:111th1'opy. The official f1':ltn'1'11ily 11mg:1zi11c, wl1icl1 is piihlislicrl llllllflllillly, islcullccl Thi' Sf'l1lll.l'. The colors of l'hi Sigma Slglllll. irc hluc- 111111 gold. Ehrlich, Levin, Mr-rwitzcr, Lcwintvr 394 P1-11 SIGMA SIGMA ml- mmmmmm mmmml-..........-nmww muVWIII-.1II--IIInuIImIIum.lmInwI.luImuHInIII..II.HIII...III..IIm.mmm...m..m InIII..III.HIII.-IIIII-III.MIIIIIIII-.4IIInIII.1IIIInIII-.4IIII.IIIInIII-.1w-.ml-.wmm.w ImIIInIH.UIIInIH.HIImIII.Mm..mmw..wu.I mm.mm..w-.H 11 mm-um-. mm-I mm..w.w I..wmw..I ww .U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H 'GTA CHAPTER --umIIImnIImmII...IInuIIumIunInmIImInmIrmIvmIIrmIImImmIInIInmIInIInmIlmIII--4uInII---IHunII.1IIInIIrmmuIII..IHI..III..III..IIIInIIH4III-IInummm-.mmm-.1 III..IIIInIII..IIIInIIIH-II--IIIImWWIWININ .1ImuIII.1IInl-IImuIImmIInIIH.HIII...UI.HIIumII...II...III.-.IIIImIII...II..III...I...III.HII.-4II..mImIImU...II...w..m-.mmm- IIVIIRIAM ELRICH F1.omzNc1s Lmv1N'r1su L11.1.1AN Low1aN'r1'1AL I-IELEN BUCIIMAN IIELEN BART I.II.LIAN IIAHN SIENIORS JUNIORS IDA LEVIN SOPI IOMORES IIIiA'I'RICE Kuvsolfsliv VLIZDGIES A C 395 I"I.URI2NCIi MIQRWJTZER Mmi1z1.1N12 SAFYAN Douo'ruY SLONE Mn.nR1iD K1z1z1.12R I LOUISE B1uN1cRAN'1' Rosa SIIULMAN ' x 111 1111111 1 ll 1131 111 1 1111 ll! llll X 1 1, 1 li NfQfP,5 ll W o M E N ' s F R A T E R N 1 T 1 E S 11 l l1l1ll111ll1l 'I'up Row: Kiln-Il, Slll'lll", NICCOIIIIUII, C:1lul11'L'sCv, Pusic. Pnltc-1'son, lic-11.m'cly Mirlcllv Row: Ilulclnns, Mcfiuirv, Nc-wmun, Epping. H1-rron, AlCl.2llllLllllll liuumx Row: lic-lly. Hilfllllilll, Lzncknvr, Caunphm-ll, Slum-4-ks-y E2 N-I 5' Ol"l"lfflfRS lJ0lQ0'I'll x' I,.u'1q N1-21: . ..........,.. ..,.. I '1'1'.vi1l1'11l ll.x1111,x11.x lI.x1:'1M.xN .. .. I'in'-l'n'.1-1'rIv11l M.x1e1nN lil-21 LY ..,... .... . S'1'a'1'1'l111'y CA'1'111-:111N1-1 811151-:141f:v .. ... ... ... ... .. 'l'1'vu.1'111'v1' l'itlslm1'gl1 was aulmiilcfl to thc llxllimml tll'gZllllZZlll4Jll :ls Kzlppn cl1:1plv1' in 1022. This group wus lUllIllll'1l us Illl lll1ll'lK'llflt'lll local u1'g':u1iz:1lio11, lipsilmm l'i lipsilml, in 11318. 'llllkf llllllllCZlllHll of ilu- 11:1lim1:1l urgz111iz:1tiu11 is cnlln-rl IIIIIL' C'UIIlfllIA'X. 'l'l1u colurs zum' gold :unl silvcr, wluilc thc uulms ul ilu' lucnl l'll1lPlCl' HFC SilVCl' Illlll lvlllv. The purpose ul llu' l1':1tvr11ity is to zulvzmcc Cnllmlic tlmoughl :mtl iclcnls, zlml to 013011 :111 uppm't1111i1y lm' f1'ic11rlsl1ip :mal CUUlJk'l'Illl0ll Zlllliillg thc Cnllmlic lllllVCl'Slly wmllcn. K1-lly. IIz1rLnml1. Lackncr, Czunpbm-ll, Slum-key, Puttcrson 1111111411-fl :ll tllc LllllVCl'Slly ul' Klltflllgfllll in 11113. 'l'l1c CllIl1lll'l' :ll ilu- l'11lvm'1's:ly ul' 'lllIl'l1l l'l1i Alplm, lllllllfllill suvinl l.l'IllL'l'Illlj' fm' Caltlmlic W4IlIll'll, was ' 396 THETA PHI ALPHA UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH "I RI-I..m....RI I IRIIIn-IIIRII..IIw..Iw..W A.. .RR-IIIIIIIIII ww IIIRIRIRRII mum IW IIIIIIRIIIIIII IIRIIIIIIIIIIII ..w..IA..w Rw.wII..m W.-1 I..III..IIII..IIIInRIII.IIWIIII.IIIII.RIII.,IIII-.IIII-IIII-RIIInIA-.IIII-Im..III..w..I CATIIIIRINIQ SIIICICNICY MARJCJIQIIC CAM:-III-:I.I. BIARY Lou MCCIINNIQLI, BARBARA 1-I'AR'I'N AN QIIIANNII CI.IzIIIs IXIARIAN EI'I,'lNll FRANICIIS lX'lCLAl'GI-lI.lN 1iI,I.IcN NICWMAN CAT:-I.uRIN1c MICGUIRIQ AGNES CAI.AnRI-1513 M ARY GIcR'I'Rumc HI-:RRoN 1i05liN ARY 1iRAlil.,l NG KAPPA CHAPTER I l SIZNIORS NIARION KIcI.I.Y A I A R'I'll A PA'r'rIcRsoN l2'I'III-:I. MAIQ SUIQII R lIuRo'rIIv I.AvIc:NIcR JUNIORS IVIARY ,IANIQ 1QI5NNlEllY VIRGINIA IlU'rctIf1INs SOPHOMORES ,ISIQRNAIII-N12 KI'I"rI4iI.I. livlc SVIINIICWSNI CATIIIQRINI-: l'UC1C PLEDGES AI.-XRIIC BRYAN l.uRI-:'I"1'A MCIQLWIQIQ KATI I RRI NIC VVH ITE ICLIQANQIR BROXVN CAT1-IIERINIQ ICRUT IIS 'I an N I ' SN . S . 3 1 YI' 3 I .XS 1 I I ' I ,O J 397 ll Ellllll, ll ll ,lll ll ir mlll HW ii il l, l i., V Q, i ll llllllllll i l i iwlwlv l ll lmlll li l li l li iiii is T ilillmiillliillilfl l W O M E N ' S F R A T E R N I T I E S lllil i ,oxrirm mi i First Row: CllHU'I',' Kvkilty, Dimmiru, Ma-lchvr, Wcrlinick, Wannur Sr-cond Row: I-Iamxllon, Alla-n, XVirs:b:1ck, Hocklvr, Schwan Third Row: Cairns. XVolf, Kuhlmzm, l:l'2lllkSl0, Dils, Clnrkv Gzi z Avg. ,1r5f4mE.mgi3g':g, OFIPICTICRS SAl.1.x' DLYNMIIQIE .. ............. ..... I 'fuvirlrfzl liirizlcx Kic14i1.'l'v .. . . I'Irv-I'nwfflrlll M.-xujoioi-1 lX'lliI,l'llliR .. .... .S'm'1'vla1'y f Vlil!fX XY:-3iu,lNicii ...... ....... . . . 'l'l't'tl.l'lll't'I' Zc-la Tau Alpha, N'UIl14'll.S national social fraic-riiitv of sixty-hinv cliaplcrs, was founclccl at thc Slate rliL'IlClll'l'.S Collcgc of Farinvillc, Va., in 1808. llc'- forc thc local chapter aflilizm-ml as Chi in IQIS it was known as C.l,C., which was thc hrsl local womcn's organization on thc campus to join a national chain. The puhlicaiion of Zcla Tau Alpha is thc 'l'llt'lIli.S',' thc local group cclits Tllz' Link. The colors of thc fratc-rnity are slvcl gray :incl turquoise hluc. 'I'hc purpose of this f1'atcrhi1y is to intensify friendship, to foslcr :1 spirit of lover, and to huilcl and consccratc a highcr stanclarcl of womaulioocl throughout thc world. Gmc:-rs: Ciisstvfi K4-kilty, Dimmirv. Mm-lcher, Wm-rlinick, Wnnncr sos ZETA TAU ALPHA IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII IRIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I III IIIIImmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IRIIIIIIIIIIII...IIIIIIIII,IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRRII-IRIImIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII...III...II...IIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIRII...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII I.IRIIIIIII.IRII.IRIImIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIII IIII..II...IIIRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII..III..IIIIIIIIII..IIIRRIRRIIII-IIIIIIII.IIIRRIII-I.II..III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH CHI CHAPTER Im I mm IIIIIIIII.ImIIIRRIRmI.IRIIII-IIIIIIII.IIIIImII.IIIIRRII.IIIIIRIIIIRIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII GI':R'I'RUIIIf: CARNS SARA DLINAIIRI4: IJORIS CLIs'I'I4:R EI.lZAllIi'l'l-I NIARQUIS NIARIE MIzI.I'IIIcR IRIQNIC PIIQIQARSIQI lxllllillih DII.s JA N12 FRANIQSTON BI-IRNILZR AI.I,If:N SARA BLAIR MARY FRA NURS BRICII: IXIARY -IANI: CI.ARIcIc IIIIIIIII .IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII-IIIII.IIIRRII.IIIII,IIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII..IIIRRIIIIIII,IRIIImIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIII SENIORS R U'I'l'I I-I A III I LTON If I I.IcI4:N KI41 If I l.'l'Y l2I,IzAIII-:'I'I-I KUIILIIIAN JUNIORS DIIRo'I'IIY VVANNICR RLI'I'I-I VVATSON VIQRA W IsRI.I NICIQ DoRo'I'IIY VVIREIMCK FIQRN WOLF SOPIIOMORES 1"I.EDGIES A 399 RII'I'II HIacIcI.IcR liI.IzAIIIc'I'I-I SCI-IWAN ANNIE 'IQUNIZ IELRIIQR GRACE KIQIII Ac:NIcs WILSON 1.015 YOUNG X ,I I woMENsFRATERNlTuEs li llilii J t i it ti if ll A " Il ll " I th- it WWW 'll First Row: Murphy, Former, Malinllzak. Malarley, Roe, Kleeh Second Row: Neff, Succop, liollen, Surhlell, McGinnis, Clark OFFICICRS llucxlc hl.Xl,lNIlZ.XK ..... ................ ..... I ' rvxidmzl 121-:omzm ANN M.x1..'xln' .,.. . ..... l'IIN'-I,l'l'.Vl.l1l'llf llouoruv l'i0RNliR ...... . . ........ .... .... I 6 mwrdvr lll-:Ll-:N Role ...... .. ..,., .... C forrw.vl1o11r11'1lg Si'r1'vlr11'y filiORtZl.X ANN 5lAl..xm' ............ Tl'l'lI.Ylll'l'I' SICNIORS JUNIORS Glcoiazlix ANN AlAl.AllY KM-if Cmmq Imcxic NlAI,INllZAK IJouo'rux' lformlzx Aus Sommins lsrxiual. Nll'Rl'llY I-li':1.i-:N Roi: SOPIIOKIORICS l"l.0Rl-INt'l'1 Ho1.l.1cN lili'I"I'Y Nleiflf ALMA Kuilcn K.'x'1'Hm'N Scceov lfll'l'll NICGINNIS llARlilli'I' SURlH.IiID VLIZDGIZS NANCY l3o1.LEN 'lil-:'r'rv Sl'1uNolcR VIMQINIA Gxzokmz Isixlzlcl. XYIQRNIQIQ Alpha lota Chapter of the women's national social fraternity, Alpha Delta Pi was established on the l'itt campus on February 15, 1920. The national or- ganization was originally founclecl at VVesleyan College of Macon, Georgia, on May 15, lS5l, and now inclucles a total of lifty-eight chapters in its national chain. The colors of the fraternity are blue and whiteg its flower is the purple violet. The altruistic purpose of the fraternity is the maintenance of clay nurse- ries for the children of working mothers. The local chapter last year was awarclecl the scholarship cup for the clistrict hy the national organization. 1,00 ALPHA DELTA P' ml :nl g 5 , 'VV H' t ff W r + r .ml ww ' K ,uw A N. II-lfl""mAm ' - Ulu 7 . -,. 'lv Jupw ,-V All V dl .I If ll U V 1 v xv I7 CU . r IV I, r in A N F ,- M yy my, ww I I W ' U 1231, W '3 W yu, L 'Wil' NW wfwrmu f WNW ,, 1 , NM1W'HM N M UN H H H Sh?EMWWWE?WwirH29riFri?WWWVWrEWNiT35WuiN?2H'niHHlirMWWWirMiHNrArf1W9riwWplUWiN3?HQ!riiFWW'!WlUH'HE:MEJERMNNNUMM MHVWWrWHENVa1WiAEi!31w5MMlfr N V M www r W Wi WWWWWHVHrNWUo WMWWMMW HM N r Women's Honorary and Professional Crganizations WOMEN'S FRATERNITIES ,i ,l, lr llll ll A iiii A-nun-A ll L-- .. .l llllllllllllllll-N rr A f All First Row: Kornnjzm, Suier. Holler, Hansen, 'l'ritinger Second Row: Collins, Kozuk, Dymoucl, XV:mnu:r ILMMV Lou llAl..-. .. Vlili0NfX IJYMUNIJ hl.XRIlC KoizN Al AN ll1c1.MA ll.XNSflN lill'l'II liozAl4 .. l.l,lZ1XlllE'l'll ll.-xu'l'l,lf:Y VI-:1eoNA lJvA1oNo lim M V 'Lou I IAi.l.l-:le lllil.M.'X llANs1cN N.X'I'iXl,lli lX'pXN0l'lt4ll lii.1z.xma'n'i1 KIICKIHXNII l'lII.liliN lflClill.'I'Y Alnma 1io1zNAiAN .,. Ol"l"lL'l'.lxS I I Ii ........... .. ..... l,l't'.Vl!1t'lll MIiAll3lfRS Rvrn liozAN lil.lzAnlc'ril Nlelilxxlss l',1.xcANoi: bA1lf.u IONA S'ru.xl'sl:AUoll llII.lJ,-X 'l'1f:A1AN lll-.I.l'.N l 1:1 1 INGIVR A'l.XRY Cool-me ANNA llo1'slc1lol.mcle ANNA l'ieAnc ...... . . . .. I'ill'-l,I'l'.Vl'!ft'lIf l'l'L'.Yl'OIldill1l .S'4'f'r'vlury . . . , Ifvroniillg St?Cl'lYfl1l'j' .. . . . . . . . . ,liI't'lI.Y1lI't'I' lJlJltO'l'llY VVANNIQIQ Mmbioima Cox.i.1Ns Nl r:m.ic AI lc'rzc:Al: l'uvl.l.ls Cool: llflARY JANE CLARK llliI,liN liUlflIMAN l':'I"I'A Al A I: KS l"uANv1-is l1lcNsoN Quax, the only honorary women's scientilic 0l'g'1lI'llZ2llQlOll on the campus, was founclecl in l9l8 at the University of l'ittshurg'h. The inspiration for this organization was an outgrowth of fllr. I.. li. t,iril'lin's biology seminar class. The purpose of Quax is to inspire and clevelop an interest among its members in general sciences, ancl to create an interest in science among' the whole student body. Quax recognizes only those girls who are in their junior year and are niajoring in Z1 science, and have maintainecl Z1 ll Z1VL'l'ZlQ'C in that science and Z1 C average in all other subjects. Dinner meetings are helfl once each month. 402 CDuax l-itlltmtt-.Itllinlll.itiitmiiinil1li-l1ti-ll1.itllinllmtl1mt11.ii111ui11lin111in1lmillimmin.-.wt-mmm l1iillvmtmtw..n...m..w. l...m...iw 1inl1tml11.utitmi1ilimlltl..ittmttmitltminil1llimittmtmattintmittttnttmlltmtlt...1it.I1lim1li..llimH..l1V..1mmt..ll.utitN.lll.HitH.lllmilWU...IImmmmiti..11ltmllt...Iitt..llt1.Iit1...ililutn..w...m...ll...tl I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H itllinlll-itlllintttmllnilimtiimimmf..-wi-wliw1mt1milllin11l.ii11mt11in111it111mmf-iw.-in-.wt itlmillltntitinlll.ltit.ii111-I1l1.itlmmt.4wi.w..m tt.Htttintttmtttttmlllinl11-1-l11-itl1mul1in11lm11tni.lltmltl...IIV...II.HIll...ttt..lllintlWt1i.1111iill1t.Illt..Itt.lllt.11l1..lltaII1.Hlll.illlltalll.Ht1t..II1t..I1ll..11I1i.1l11..111lV.111linl1li.11l1i.t11ia1lnillli.llt,..wl..wt...ll...w OFFICERS IDOROTIIY Liam .. ..... l'1'v.rz'de1zl Korn Kozmc .... .Ifire-l'1'c.i-iflenl Rurn I'lAMlI,'I'0N ...... .S'crrela1'y CllARl.O'1"l'IE M Any ..... Tr0a.r1M'er First Row: Boreale. Mady, Lee, Kozak. DL'I1ll'SllClIIlS Second Row: Garber, McClurkin. PYlU. Mease, Meliinney Mortar Board, senior honorary society for women, was founded on February 16, 1918, at Syracuse, New York. The University of Pittsburgh chapter of Mortar Board existed previous to its affiliation with the national organization in 1923 as Alpha Lambda Nu. The purpose of Mortar Board is: "To provide for the cooperation between senior honorary societies for WOINCII, to promote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and fellow- ship among university women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, and to stimulate and to develop a finer type of college women." New members are elected to Mortar Board in the spring by unanimous vote of the outgoing chapter from the undergraduates who will have completed their junior year at the opening of the fall term. There is a definite schol- arship standard set by national lllortar Board which must be met by each candidate. Mortar Board OIFIFICIQRS llliI.lEN Cilmialcie ..... ..l'rcsi41e1zl lfitixncics illL'LAUGI'I'l.lN Vive-l'1'r.ridc'u! ,lAN1s'r S1.1-:Asn .... lX,!?l'01'diIIg Ser'y VIRIIINIQX Sl'iI'I' . . . . . 'li1't?II.fIH'I?7' Si x owl Qhillilip ., Y -L A. f First Row: Schuh, Sepp, Slcase, Chalker, McLaui.!hlin, Savage. Goldstein Second Row: Green, Milliron, McGuire, Herron, Epping, Sehaake, Hoeveler Third Row: Dent, Calabrese, Booth, Lincoln, Sypniewski, lsler, Dils Cwens, women's honorary Sophomore activities fraternity, was founded at the Univer- sity of Pittsburgh, by ,Dean Amos, in 1921. ln 1925, it was chartered as a national fra- ternity and at the present time there are eight chapters on some of the leading campuses of the country. This organization was founded for the purpose of promoting qualities of leadership and scholarship, to arouse a genuine interest in activities, and to render service to the University. This year the Cwens are easily recognized, for they not only wear the small crown and scepter pin, but on all ollicial occasions wear their uniforms of grey jump- ers and red-feathered grey Caps. Freshmen are tapped for Cwens on the Annual Spring Tap Day. 403 CWCIIS it lllillliii p, it ti lliilll it Ht llillll t llllllit it l . 1 W O M E N S F R A T E R N I T I E S i ll lr twirl llitil it it lliNltlIlpllIq lHtil: ii OFIVICICRS l':l'NlL'l'I hlCCI.llRIilN ...l'l'l'.Yttlt?lll jicssnc lhssi-rr. .lfu.ri1n'.v.r illamiyar liS'I'llliR Gam. ......... .S'm'rvlriry Riciiiceew Wi-iiftizicn ....... lilmirirm Mics. lioisiciri' ,Mwxics ..... liircrlar The X'Vomen's Clee Club is one of the oldest women's organizations on the campus, and has always been one of the University's most prominent and successful activities. The purpose of this organization is to foster the appreciation of music among the students of the L'niversityg to afford women an opportunity for some formal training in singingg to provide music for campus activities, and to give public concerts. The Club has partici- pated in radio programs and has given a number of concerts in churches and schools in the surrounding towns of the l'itlSl1ll1'tll1 territory. The annual home concert, under the direc- tion of Mrs. Robert D. Ayars, is held at Carnegie Music Hall. WOI'l1CI'l,S GIGS Olfl"lCliRS I2s'rici.i.ii' XVoons ....... l'1'c.vi'dcnl lllil.l-IN HALISIEIQ ...Vice-l'1'c.ridc1if FRANCES l,liN'l' ........ .Srrrvtrxry JANE RlcNMmi:A ..... 'l'rcu.vurcr Mies. lfimwci-is 'l'ie.'tcY .... .rlrlzfixor First Row: Mrs. Frances Tracy. Woods, Hirsch Second Row: Dent. NVetzeI, Mclilwee 'l'he l'hysical liducational C'lub was founded at the Universityof l'ittsbnrgh in 1929. This year it has carried a full schedule of activities for the Hrst time. The organization IS open to all women students ot' the University who are majoring or minoring in physical education. The purpose of the l'hysical liducation Club is two fold: it aims to stimulate leadership and University spirit among its members, and to sponsor social events which will bring l'hysical Education students into closer contact with each other. 'I'he club edits :1 semi-monthly news magazine called the "Pepper Relish". Physical Education Club 1itiiiniim.iii.1ilimiiin1limi11.ivit1I..iiiniiiiuiiiiI11iiui1mlm---miirwiirii -itii-1iiiimiimiiiniii.H11.Hmiiiimwiiwiiiii 1i1...11...iiimiiiiI-itiimrii1.ui11mi1im.ii.Hiii.Hiimyiii...iiiiniii...ii1...iiimiiV..iimiimy1H..111...11imiin111inii.Hii.HiimiN..1in111iniiN..iiii..i1mi1ii...ii...w...iiu..i UNIVERSITY or C'IlARl.0'l"l'lC 'l'1uusv IREN lil I 0 IXI VSON ....... MARY Emroon ...,.... 1VlYR'l'LE SEXAUICR .... EMMA QUIGG ............. M ARc:A1uc'r Hifi: RON HULDA NIE'l'Z ............. 'l'llvRsA Amos P I T T S B U R G H ii.im..iw..ii . 11in111i..iiii..iii...iii..iiiimiimiiiimiiin1ii1in111.lr11H-111in11in11lmiii1.iiiiniimiii.H11.Hiin1iiI-4iimiimiiimimiiirimiiinw---W..-ii....w.. lllmlllfl .mimi 1 fltilifif 1 ll UFFICERS Ijrcsirlvlii V100-I,7'C.S'lIlCllill CU1'7't'Sf7Ull!1I'lll'Q Sccrclary Nt'l'l1l'li'llIig Secretary T1'casm'rr -l.vsfi.s'fa11t 7'rva.mrc1' livvjvcr of Records FAC U l'.TY Mli21Vll3 ICR S l.o'r'r1f 1 Ol l 9'l'0li'l'lCR G1.ADvs 1'1A'I'IlAWAV Mmw LoU1micN l2'rlllcL IVIQNNIQL1. Hom' FLou1aNe1a T1cAc':ARn1cN Zola TIIRALLS AC'l'I'Vl2 lVl1E1VlBERS MYRA Aurucn Ln.1.1AN 1VlCLlCAN VIRGINIA BECK IRENE BLANK M A1:oARm' Colm IiL1zA1s12'r1t 1115155 ELIZABIETTI IQIERN MAN TII.Ll1c Nlicvlzus 190RO'1'lI'Y Ptcicmm GlsR'rRUD1c fl'A1so.u MAIXIEI, TRILLING ANNA VVILLIAMSON Pi Lambda Theta was organized in 1913 under the name of Kappa Pi, a society based upon scholarship and professional ability. In 1917, at the proposal of Dean Chambers, delegates from all known groups of similar nature met at the University of Missouri. At this time Kappa Pi became Delta Chapter of a new national fraternity under the name of Pi Lambda Theta. By January of 1918, five chapters had ratified the Constitution: University of Pittsburgh, University of Pennsylvania, University of Missouri, University of Syracuse, and University of Wasliiiigtoii, There are now forty-four ehaptersg twenty- nine active and lifteen Alumnae chapters. Pi Lambda Theta Umm,,,,WW,,,w,,,, X, W I v m W O M E N S F R A T E R N I T I E S M W NWMN w',N M 'Nw w ' GN uw ww 406 .. ... .: wrfy-3, "Vff"" 'f' JL. .inf 'W- a ., ,au-ld.. WA. ,.., .4 ,A ,, , ,.., J""N- 'gm 1-' rw P .f-.'.,- ' 2.1 U V., . - ' qw f Y . .,.A "V-:..,',,., aw-v "' :ff fms'-11 -' - ,' , - 11-'A-wr if. ,- ' ., ,.f .r,..-3,1 , ,, .',: AJS'-Z 1'f',-fl! yi " y:.T'.J', .-,vw ' '11, T5 az.-f-vw. .vff-fb. .. 12+ .-wa. ,-,. -, Hg'-.,-v.. 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A D V E R T I S I N G I"v I lwwnvv I IYUVV I iunn lwxv W' NPN r. :G patronize CWI Advertisers 410 UNIVERSITY OF THERE IS NCD f ADVICE Tl-IAN TI-IIS FDR GRADU T is generally agreed that only a small minority of the population avails itself of the services of the dental profession. Some sources estimate the number to be less than twenty per cent. However, it is a well known fact that people are becoming more and more dental- minded now that they are beginning to ap- preciate the great value of modern dental service to their health and happiness. Consider, then, what a wonderful oppor- tunity is offered to you dental graduates who are beginning practice just as this demand for dental service is gaining momentum! By establishing yourselves in the right locations and equipping your offices with new Ritter equipment which will enable you to take full advantage of your slcill and pro- fessional knowledge, you will be prepared to meet this growing demand for high grade dental service. Let the Ritter Architectural Department help plan your office. Start out with equip- ment that is built up to a standard . . . not down to a price. Begin right. . . buy Ritter! Ritter Dental Manufacturing Company, lnc., Rochester, N. Y. UY 1 A 'Lx ,go in R6 411 E A D V E R T I S I N G lx IEIPM 4 NU mmuu ml ll tml Ml' M M l 'HKU ml lllwl'1w,1wwH!1lN-M ,I l l l I QQIUON 4"c Q? AHIHIE G 3 E: .fin E 7 a 1 2 2 E-U-Ji-IPS X sffliilmyjjjliflifri 11 221-:F-ef-fe V' fs'-I-..-2.45 --'f, Q SUR FORBES NATIONAL BANK Fifth and Oakland Avenues Pittsburgh, Pa. I A complete line of Microscopes and accessories, all makes dissecting BANKERS Y, -K equipment for the A college and pro- LITHCGRAPH W I fessional school C0 'l l lx student. ' Y, E : A yl'.kNX,il K '93 Q rgglfb 1 W lu FEICK BROTHERS Co. Fofbes Field Pittybur'glJ'.r Leadzng Surgiml Mayflower 8200 Supply Home 811 LIBERTY AVENUE PITTSBURGH 412 U N I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H I1.4III..III..IIII.iIII.Hw..wl.-imlwml I-ifIIinmf.-wi-WWIIinIIImw..w..iw.1m.. I..III...IIIli.IIIII.IIIII..IIIinIIII..IIIanII...IIIlmIIIl..IIII..III...IIII..IIII...IIinIIIlaIIIinIIIinIIImIIII..IIIinIII..IIII..III..IIN.III...III..IInvIII..II...IIImiII...IIIIniIIIIin-IIIIN.IIII...IIII...IIIInmi..Iw.,w..n,..l ea n eslmenls :wma Expense APi1noAcH1NG the purchase of equipment with the thought that it is merely a compulsory expense, to be minimized by buying as cheaply as possible, would be equivalent to bargaining for a lowfpriced college course with the sole idea of saving money. Both the college course and the equipment are invest- ments, both should have capital value, both will return dividends in proportion to their quality and complete' ness. S. S. White Equipment is made and sold on this basis-on the premise that nothing can be too good as a dentist's investment. If he buy real estate, it should be good, if he buy bonds they should be sound, in any inf vestment he should look for permanency of value and adequate return-his equipment certainly should be a highfgrade investment. Furthermore, the office and the operatory are the dentist's daytime home-they should be conveniently " X and adequately equipped for his comfort and efficiency 'V ' . and as an inspiration for his best effort. From the 1 5 Q 'f patient's point of view the dental office should be in- X , Q, ' viting and reassuringg it should proclaim up'tofdate, fx N ' X L if competent, and reliable service. 'HQ Q ' S. S. White Equipment lends itself to the perfection ' ' Nmsf' Q' ' of these ideals. Office planning service furnished hy the l X 'v 1 m S. S. White Company and by the dealers who sell S. S. - 4115 White Equipment, and the liberal terms of purchase I f i , i enable the dentist to make his investment in equipment -' ,I X highly satisfactory in every consideration. -1 ll -, . .UMQ LZ: CO OPERATING WITH THE DENTAL PROFESSION SINCE 1844 -H3 A D V E R T I S I N G lmwulllmululmlmll i-1,1 1'1,"l'm IlU,i1lill WN ylfyl :Nil up "wi 1 ii ll M W' V V W if All n hill-it '11 'E , 'fy Iyl ll 'tl Want i ALLEST STEEL B ILDI G A CITY OF TEEL D IT, Westinghouse HIGHLIGHTS ON WESTINGHOUSE AND ITS PLACE IN GIANT MARKETS T 79066 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC 8: MANUFACTURING COMPANY EAST PITTSBURGH. PA. -il-l EQUIPPED The city which has supplied steel to change the pattern of a hundred skylines recently pushed its own silhouette a step higher. Pittsburgh's new Gulf Building, home of the Gulf Refining Company, towers 41 stories above the street, top- ping all neighboring structures by an impressive margin. In other ways, too, the Gulf Building goes a step beyond most ofits neighbors. Lighting, for instance. Where the aver- age ofiice building of today skimps along with four or five foot--candles, the ofiices of this new building will have as much as 14 or 1 5 foot-candles at their disposal, if desired. This illumination is provided by means of Westinghouse Lunaire semi- direct lighting units, installed with the co-operation of Westinghouse lighting engineers. No frantic searches for electric fuses will ever be staged in this building. No tpen- nies nor hairpins, inserted where uses should be, will menace the safety of wir- ing. Panelboards are equipped with the new Westinghouse "De-ion" circuit- breakers which snap "off" in case of short circuit or overload-and are then flipped on as easily as you throw a wall switch. With Westinghouse lighting, Westing- house elevators, and Westinghouse mo- tors for pumping and ventilation, each Hoor of the Gulf Building carries evi- dence ofthe part Westinghouse plays in making a modern skyscraper possible . . . and evidence, too, of the complete range of equipment which Westing- house offers in the hundred million dollar market which is the electrical side of the four-and-a-half billion dollar building industry. V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H I.HIIIImII.HIIII..IIII..IIIImIII..IIIWIII...IIII..IIII..IIIII..III...IIIImII.-.III...III...IIII..IIIImIII-.1IIIImIIInIIIInIIImII...III...III..III...IIIImIII...IIII..IIII..IIH...III..IIII...III.HIIII...III...III...III...III...III...III...III...IIII...IIIn-IIH..IW.IIH..II....IImuIImIII...III..II.-.m..m..w...m.. Ig, Student accounts welcome Q MELLON NATIONAL BANK -IIS III I IW I 'fIu1III" IV Iuw 'IIIIIIIIII I In WIIII I Wx IIIMI' I' II 'I M ''''MAAWA'NAAWmwwlm A1 1' I J- A D v E R T I s I N G je FRATERNITY, COLLEGE and CLASS JEWELRY Commencement Annenneementf etnei Invitations OFFICIAL JEWELER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Jlfletnnfetetnrrng jeweler: etnel Stettionerf ATTLEBORO, MASS. CONSOLIDATED ICE CO. 'Better Service '93 DISTRIBUTORS OE PURE DISTILLED WATER 13TH 8: PIKE STREETS GRANT 0617 -HK Careful management, conservative policies and strict adherence to sound fbankmq pr1nc1p1es s1nce 1886 FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY I O O 34I-3-45 FOURTH AVE. PITTSBURGH 7 A D V E R T I S I N G .yii , I'lHl ll ll lfillnl M ml lllllll lllll ,llllllll I lllll ly illll ll lllllll li . ll"'lWla llll lll' lv I lllll ll llll l l l i ll lll W llll' ll lll ll ll Wllllyll l The St. Charles Hotel Qfln entire block on the 5B0amiwaZk ATLANTIC CITY I J ,ff ag ...V l' -1 1 ' " 'Ser if 'Sv fflaf zi hh l-149 He u We "I, l L 1 . E ll afezrr w as al l 355115 55 1535 ES U ' E gillfg E E lg E i'?i?E1' sinh E ' r r nln If n ::n:::1:-:m elt Al IEEE I 242 HI - B f -f ,. e f"'J"'f ,.j.l1," ' EHL J 1 ' i I ll ll? . "'f A!g l'J1fl'mt1' - S ar . - A- .,, I: L J FIVE I . . u n2J:3.fQ'p.l? ' A I H di 2 as 5,,,,oIt, TLANTIC CITY and recreation are almost synonymous. This fact is realized when one considers the ever in- creasing popularity of the resort. Atlantic City is no longer "seasonal". It is visited at all seasons, and enjoyed in a sense of supreme satisfaction. The St. Charles Hotel with a correctly defined policy has achieved precminence in this resort, noted for the excellence of its hotels. Here one may obtain the maximum in hotel comfort and service-Here bedrooms and suites attain the highest standardg and a cuisine of exceptional merit that has contributed much to this famous hotel's opularity meets the needs of the most exacting. With alia these outstanding features the rates reflect a real appreciation of the necessity of economy. SURF BATHING - BOATING DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN GARAGE -ll8 U N I v E R s i r v o F P i T T H --4iiiuiiimiiiiniimmimii,miiimiWiiiimii...iii...iimiiiswii...iii...iii...iiiiniiWiiinimuiiiiniiii-.1ivmiii.Iiiiimiiii-iiiimiii.-1iiV...iii.niiii--1ii.uiii.uiiiiniii.HiiiniiN..iilimii..iiWiiiin.iiii.Uiiimiii..iii...iiiii..iiii...iiwiiumiiimii...iiii-.1imuiii.HiiN..iismiiimii.-..ii...iii...QimniiI...iii.Hiiinii...iii...ii...iimiin.,iN..iU...iii...Uiimmii...uiii.Hiii...m..w...wi..m By The Time This Book Is Published BEVERAGES AND LIGHT LUNCHES Will Be Served Again In The "GREEN ROOM" of TIMES SQUARE'S Famous IHIUTIBJL CAD lLlLAC corner 43rd St. and Broadway THE CADILLAC HOTEL IS: In the Heart of Times Square Located on the busiest corner in the world Located in the center of Broadway's 'KGREAT WHITE WHY" Located where strangers may come and get acquainted Located where all buses stop 49f0-O 500 ROGMS S 000 per Person ' and up Some Rooms Available Without Bath at 31.50 2 Room Suites fAccom. 4- personsj at 34.00 daily 3 Room Suites ---- 35.00 daily 49-O'-0 Show Your School Indentification To Clerk To Receive Above Reduced Rates 419 l will l"lll it l lllll l 1 ,riviillw ll 1 ,ui-1 A D V E R T I 5 I N G ,xr Xiu iilliiiillii. I ,, RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL Famous Hollywood Restaurant Are included in our offer of THREE GLORIOUS DAYS at Per Person-I2 to a roomj HOTEL PRESIDENT ZZ Blocks to Radio City, 48th St., Near Broadway, New York 49-A6770 BEST ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS MEALS AND ENTERTAINMENT O-O-O ist Day-Guest arrives any time ofthe dayg Dinner at the Hotelg Nights lodging. 2nd Day-Breakfastg Sightseeing trip of the City on the .Royal Blue Lineg Luncheong Radio City, matinee or evening performance. Admis- sion includes finest loge seats. Dinner at the Hotel. Night's lodging. 3rd Day-Breakfastg Luncheong Trip to Chrysler Tower for view of the City. Guest may check out after luncheon or any time before 8:00 P. M. Dinner and show at the Hollywood Restaurant may be had in place of one dinner at the Hotel. You may change the order of these features to suit your convenience. You are not restricted to any particular groupg but may make up your own party. For 1'erervfzri0n.r write fo . S. .SIzzit.r, Mfznrzger 420 ..II...UI...Hi....iIH...ii....ii....ii...,i.. II.....i...iII...IH...I....I.....i....im..n...n .i,....ii..., I-..iiiiiiiii-Win.. I V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H --iiII-IIII.-iiIIiiIImnIImIii.iiII...IiiinIIII..iiII..IImnImitii..iIII...iiI...IImitIII..IiiIi-IIIInII.-IIiiinIIIiiiiiIinIIInIII..IiiImIIuwIii.III.-iiII-.IImnII...Iiiii.Iit..IIIIm,IimIInIII..IiiImIImnIIImiiI..IIIii.iiII...II..III...IiiII..IIim,II.HIiii..IIi...iiIi..II...UIImIii...II...iiiIi..IImnII-.IIH...I.NII..I...IIi..in...iI...n..mi .,n -. I1 . .-,T. I. ,- T1,, M , , Q, qi is k I .., ge ma mfs T,.f QA IH- ,ggilixyric crrv, NEW JERSEY I' ' gi " On the !3ooz,rdwczLle1 as ..-- - Q-11154 5 1 -1 I--ww-""""" " 1 -,I t 1. lip" Q A I , E, 5 ONE OF ATLANTIC CITY' FINEST HOTELS Situated directly on the Ocean Front and convenient to all Piers ancl Amusements. Features New Low Rate Levels For Boarclwallc I'IoteI Accommodations Per Day ,OO With Meals Per Person Private Bath Per Day 52,50 European Per Person Plan I-IOT AND COLD SEA WATER LINEXCELLED FRENCI-I CUISINE IDEAL CONVENTION FACILITIES GARAGE ATTACI-IED CONCERT ORCI-IESTRA Everything to malce your visit enjoyable. EMANUEL E. KATZ, S Managing Directo 421 i li- Ill Ill ll W MM H I I-ww is will ml H .Ml W I i i H M, I I 'ill will l I ! ll A IN NEW YORK Au. Fon S5129 N0 ExTnAs' 1 Bright, comfortable room--private bath and radio. 2 Luncheon and breakfast at hotel or Saturday lunch at Bohemia. 3 Hollywood Night Club-dinner, dancing and show. 4 Excellent orchestra seat, Radio City Music Hall. 5 Sightseeing bus trip with guide. Regular Rates, 52.00 to 53.00 Single, 53.00 to 54.00 Double FREE--Send today for copy of "New York in Your Pocket." SEE New Yorlc at its gayest. Now's the time. Dine, dance and see the sights of the city. Stop at a metropolitan hotel -at the unprecedented all-inclusive price, 55.50. No ext s. ra Think of what you et for your money. Did you ever hear o? such a weelc-end value as this? Mail reservations today. Remember 55.50 per person pays every- thin -a grand, glorious weelc-end of fun in blew Yorlc. HOTEL sg lffge undefdefecfaon of WM. s. BROWN 43rd St., West of Broadway New Yorlc City This book is bound in a Molloy Made Cover for which there is no substitute- or equivalent. Molloy Made Covers, produced by the oldest organization in the cover field, are today, as always the standard of excellence. Your book, bound in a Molloy Made Cover, will give you the best ob- tainable. Write for information and prices to The David J. Molloy Plant 2857 N. Western Ave. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Hil:e's Pharmacy Ohio and Federal Streets NORTH SIDE PITTSBURGH, PA. V 22 V E R S I T Y O F P I T T S B U R G H Y W tc U , hleh 1S the only great hotel entering right T on Times Squzufe?99 65 Thatgs easy-The ASLOL99 56And the food -what?'9 55And the service -yevfre 21 Kinglw 55Let's goff' GSK. eff T71 'Z-ax It costs less today to be in Q Jlfq the center of things. ti! I jlieolvlis W1 '1',Il, BATITI as ,AND UI' 8 1 1 N AZ The R TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK CITY Fred A. Muschenheim 423 A D V E R T I S I N G g, mmm 'llllllI1W"1ll"l ll ull lvllyllllx 1, ,I II, ,I I MIL, ll Ill' 1'lllwlHw1 , l l llllll I I M II Ill' I I I ll III STUIDIQ 520 FIFTI-I AVENUE NEW YORK Completely equipped to render the Iwiglwest quality cramctsmanslwip ond on expedited service on both personol portroiture ond plwoto- groplwy For College Annuols. 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'YS' Phone FA irfax 2564 434 iiniiiI-1i1imiiimiiimii-.Miimiiimi1im.i1.Ui1miiiii.iiiimWi-..iii..iiii..iiii..iiiiniiii..iiii.1iii.H1ii.Miiiii.iiiiniii..iiii.iiiimii...iiii..iii...iiii..iiii..iii.m iiiiiiiiiimiiiii.iiii..iiii..iiiiniiiiniii.iiiii.iiiii.iii1...iii.iiiiiniiiiiniiimiii.Iiiiimiii.1iiimiii.1iiiii-iiiiiiiiiiiwi-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiw ..iiiii.,1iii.1iiiiniiiiw-iiiiiiiiii-iiiii 1.Nii...iii1..ii1ii.iiiiniiii..iiiii.iiii.111iii.limi.-iii...iiii.. U R G H UNIVERSITY OF'PITTSB lndex to Advertisers A Astor Hotel ............................ B Bankers' Lithograph Co. Balfour, L. G. Co. ..................... .......... . Breakers Hotel ........................ ........... Bureau of Engraving ...... .... C Cadillac Hotel ...................................................... Conley's School for You ng VVomen Consolidated Ice Co. ................................... . D Donatelli 8z Donatelli ......... ........... Dunn SL Scott ...................... E Emblem Co. ......................... . F Feick Bros. Co. ................ . Fidelity Trust Co. .................. .......... . Forbes National Bank ...... ........... H Harrison Construction Co. .................... . Hite's Pharmacy ................................ ........... ' I Indovina, 'Philip 8z Sons ......... ........... Iron City Electric Co. ...... .......... . mei, L. P. co. .................. . M McCrady-Rodgers Co. .......... ...... . Meeriam, G. Sz C. Co. ............. ...... . Mellon National Bank .......... ........ Molloy, David J. Co. ...... . ...... .. P Phillips Pharmacy .................... ....... Pittsburgh Printing Co. ......... ....... . President Hotel ............................ ....... Prudential Insurance Co. ...... ....... . R Ritter Dental Co. ..... . S St. Charles Hotel ........... Shadyside Academy ........... .....,.. T Times Square Hotel ........... ........ V Vang Construction Co. .......... ....... . W Westinghouse Electric 8z Mfg. CO. White Dental Mfg. Co. ...........................,. . White Studios ......................... William Penn Hotel ........ iiiiiii-mi-iiW-.wil-iii. 433 430 415 422 431 425 420 429 411 418 428 422 432 414 413 424 427 minmiin-mimmmmmmINuiimuI,miinuiImmmuI.mlminmImr.Iim.imi.inmI,miiiiniInmIiinIIV...iinmmum...-i.i.wm.iini.IHinIIwiIIim11miIimuinmIIimmmmi-W..-W...I.mmmnmM..II.miImumi.II1...IInmmi.imi.IH...ImnIw..wm......w..ii ,....m.m . W M 3. 111,41 mf IW IIIMI I M lil' ll? I . I I ' ,,... . ..... . 1 li, li!-1 . A D v E R T I s I N G llllw.tlQllIlltI 1 wii-.iwiumII1...IImi..imiimmIV...IimImmiim-II...Ii.mimi,mmIinitiNuiii---4im.IimrIIitiiii1...IIH..iiinIm-m..i4i..mmiiiImyIi.iiIInmi1imIImiiimuimnIH...II...1ImiIImiimninmImmmm1miIInmmnimr-IimIIlim1it-.1Inmimnw..iw..m...m...i 1. wu- Index . . 5 12 Board of Trustees .... .. 13 Dedication ............... ...... Chancellor .......................... ...... Administration ......................... ...... 1 4 Heads of Departments ........ ................. 1 5 Medical School .......,............... ......... 1 7-140 SENIORS Business Administration ..................... 144 College .................,................................ ............ 1 52 Dental School .......................... ............ 1 64 Education ........................................... ........... 1 71 Engineering and Mines .................,...... 179 Pharmacy ........................................... ........... 1 88 FRATERNITIES Alpha Phi Delta ........... ............ 1 96 Delta Tau Delta ......... ...-........ 1 98 Kappa Sigma ....................... ............ 2 00 Lambda Chi Alpha ........ ............ 2 02 Omega Delta .................. .....,...... 2 04 Phi Delta Theta ......... ............ 2 06 Phi Epsilon Pi ....... ............ 2 O8 Phi Gamma Delta ...... ............ 2 10 Phi Kappa ............................. ............ 2 l2 Pi Lambda Phi ....................... ......,..... 2 14 Sigma Alpha Epsilon .......... ............ 2 16 Sigma Alpha Mu ................. .....,...... 2 18 Theta Chi .............................. .....,..... 2 20 Theta Delta Psi ...,..... ............ 2 22 Sigma Chi ............................,............................ 224 HONORARY AND PROFESSION- AL FRATERNITIES Omicron Delta Kappa ........................... 226 Druids .............................................,....................... 228 Undergraduate Cap and Gown 230 Sigma Tau .....,................................................... 231 Alpha Kappa Psi ...... ............ 2 32 Chi Rho Nu .................. ............ 2 34 Scabbard and Blade ..... ........... 2 36 Phi Alpha Theta ........... ............ 2 38 Sigma Kappa Phi ...... ............ 2 40 Pi Tau Phi ................................ ............ 2 42 Pitt Rifles ......................................... .,.......... 2 44 Sigma Gamma Epsilon ........,............... 245 Psi Omega ................................... ........... 2 46 Delta Sigma Delta .......... .......... Alpha Omega ........................... .......... john Marshall Club ............ .......... Kappa Phi Kappa .......... .......... PUBLICATIONS 1933 Owl ....................... .......... Pitt News .......... .......... Pitt Panther ......... .......... Dental Rays .................................. .................. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student Council ........................................... Interfraternity Council .......... .......... Panhellenic Association ....,................... W. S. G. A. ..................................................... . Dental Interfraternity Council ...... Dental Student Council ..................... College Association ................................. MUSIC AND DRAMATICS Cilee Club .......................................................... Band .......................... ......... Orchestra ........................ ..,...... 248 250 252 252 257 260 262 264 266 268 270 271 272 273 274 276 278 280 Cap and Gown ........ .............,...... 2 82 Pitt Players ................. ......... 2 84-288 ORGANIZATIONS Y. M. C. A. ...................................................... 290 Senior Announcements Committee 292 Cooperative Buying ................................. 293 A. M. A. ................................................ .......... 2 94 W. A. A. .........................................................,.. 295 Women's Debating Association 296 Y. W. C. A. ................................................... 296 Pitkin Club .................................. .......... 2 97 Quill Club ........................................... .......... 2 97 Women's Senior Cabinet ..................... 298 SENIOR HONORS ............... ......... . 302 BEAUTY SECTION ...... ...... .......... ATHLETICS Coaches ............................. ................ 325 332 Varsity Football ............ .......... 3 34-340 Freshman Football .......... .......... 341 ...inf i 1 l il .1iiiH.iinw1ul-lvml1.Hlll.lilll...vil.Ml1in-1llmiumii1iniimii1in1imuiii.Niiimiiuwimiiii.Ui11.Miiii.11ii..imi.wi-mmm 1...wi..vm...mi..ii Iimmi...iiiumiH...1ui.immi...UiH..1.mitmuimmimimii...tiim.ilimim..1mmi....imuii...N-.iiii...w...4ii...ii...m i-miH...inmiN..iumi.miim..1.nwmmmuiiimiii...iiH...1...Uit.ni1i...Uumiumii...iit....i...ui...iii...iilimimmmuitH..immi...i.ummu.imi...1i.mimmH...im.iim.ii...mmi..iimii..-4iimmii.uiWii.-1Wmiii...iiii..ii...iiiH...l..-.1N.-1itmlli...ml.-itlim-.-1 UNIVERSITY or PITTSBURGH im11imiiim11iwii...ii...vii...iiiii..iiiiniiiiniiimtl1inl11in1l1.H111lm11i.Hiii.H11i..iiii...1i1mtilimiiniiiiniiii..iii....iii..mi...iilmiii...iiimiin.i1imiiin-iiiniiimii...ii..i1i..l1i...iii...iii,mi1111un1imn11ml+1imiiii-11in-1iimimui1imii...w...4m...ii.... ndex-Continued Cheerleaclers ...... .............. 3 41 Alpha Xi Delta .................. Basketball ........ Track .............. Swimming ..,.... Boxing . ..... . ......... Rifle Team ......... Tennis .. ....... . ................. SOCIAL IEVENTS Freshman Dance ............ Junior Prom ..........,..... Senior Ball ........................ lnterfraternity Ball ......... Pan-Hellenic Ball ............ Yuleticle Festival ............,....... Spring Festival Dance ......... Spring Festival ................... Sophomore Hop ........................................... VVOlVll'IN'S FRATERNITIFS Alpha lipsilon Phi .................................... 360 362 364 368 342 Beta Sigma Omicron 344 Chi Omega 346 Delta Delta Delta 347 Delta Zeta 348 Kappa Alpha Theta 349 Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Mu ............................................ ........... Phi Sigma Sigma ............ Theta Phi Alpha ......... 354 r U I 356 Leta Tau 1-. p ia U "'.'.'. 358 Alpha Delta Pi ............................................ . Mortar Board ........... 370 - VVomen's Glee Club ................. ........... Physical lidueation Club 376 Pi Lambda Theta ....................... ........... 437 I-IONORARY AND PROFESSION- AL FRATFIRNITUCS I Qwens ...,................ ............................ ........... 378 380 382 384 386 388 390 392 394 396 398 400 402 403 403 404 404 405 iw? .ill ,ills 'I i ' 31. X H it l- nu - A D V E R T I S I N G wi will .i A Acknowledgments To the 1933 OWL staff for their whole-hearted assistance in the production of this book. To Mr. Walter Rome, Assistant Dean of Men, for his valuable advice and constructive criticism. To Professor William Maulsby for his valuable assistance. To Miss Mary Milburn for her helpfulness and her cheerful response to all calls for aid. To Miss Ruth Walker and Miss Alice Beatty for their assistance. To Mr. John Weber, Business Manager of the University, for his valuable assistance to the OWL. To Mr. Frank Carver and the athletic publicity department for the use of their pictures and photographs. To the Pittsburgh Printing Co., The White Studios of New York, The David J. Molloy Co., and the Bureau of Engraving for their co-operation in the building of the 1933 OWL. To McClelland Barclay for his selection of the Pitt Beauty Queens. And to Fred Jochum, OWL photographer, for his interest and aid. 438 nun-lf 1 4 l 1 i E A 1 l 3 Q 3 A


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