Temple University - Templar Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1911

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CLASS ROLL . Babb, Charlton Hcnnirn, B. S.--The handsomest man in the class (when in full dress). 3219 Sponsor Terrace. Prepared at Uest Chester Normal and has done college work at Penn. Is at present a teacher in tho Public Schools and expects to take graduate work at Penn. A member of the Deutscher Voroin. Beardslee, Sara Eliza, A. 3.---Like Topsy, sho grew. 1957 IT. Comae Stroct. Has no preparatory school, but has done college work at Albright College. Is a teacher and has been r. nenbe-r of Templet faculty for a month. Bloemkor, Harold Trillion, B. S. in C. E.-The Class Baby? 1939 N. 19th Stroct. Prepared at Central High School and Temple University. Is a civil engineer. Charter member Sigma Delta fraternity—now Eappa Chapter of Sigma Pi. Vice Chancellor of Signa Delta 1908; Vice Chancellor Signa Pi 1909; Chanaollor 1909-10. Representative to national Convention 1910. Member of Deutscher Verein, Busch, Hyman, A. B.--Ho says that his occupation is making love to the ladies. 201 Ualnut Street, Newark, N. J. Propared at Temple. Uncertain as to future. Member of Phi Alpha Fraternity. Coverdale, Estelle May, A. B.--Class Treasurer. The Class Magnet—she draws everything right out of your pocket. 6231 L nsdowne Avenue. Propared at ’7ilmington High School, took a business coxirwe at Temple, and is going to bo a private secretary. Exchange Editor of The Owl, 1909-11; Secretary of Phi Alpha 1908-09; Treasurer 1909-10; President 1910-11. Member of Le Cercle FranQC.is. Dcokmnn, Alice Anna, A. B.--A fearless maiden. 275 Hermitage Stroct, Manayunk. Prepared at St. Mary1 s Female Seminary. A teachor in the Public Schools and ie going to work at Penn for a Ph. D. Member of Le Corclo Fran r.is and Phi Alpha Fraternity. de Ford, Miriam Alien, A. B.---Class Poot. Oh, to sit and gnzo and gaze, and then to gaze again. 2116 IT. 19th Stroct. Prepared at the Girls High School and has done college work at Uellesloy and Perm. She has literary aspirations and is a newspaper writer, Will do graduate work at Ponn. Chaft iian of the Record Committee; Secretary of Le Cerole Frangais 1909-11; Vice President 1911-12. Member of tho Writers1 Club and Phi Alpha. Member of oast of French play for throe years.

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CLASS RECORD, 1911 This, the record of the Class of 1911, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences of Temple University, makes its first bow with the statistics concerning itself and its Commencement. Events of Coumencement Week. Saturday, May 27 8 P.M. - Musical Program and Farce "Versalzen , by the Deutscher Verein. The Forum. Sunday, May 28 10.30 A. Jl. - Baccalaureate sermon by the Reverend William A, Freemantle, D. D. The College Forum. Wednesday, May 31 7 P. M. - Annual Banquet of the College Department - The College Forum. Thursday, June 1 8 P. M. - Conmencement of the Departments of Liberal Arts and Science, Theology, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Dentistry. The American Academy of Musi CLASS OFFICERS. President Vice Presidsn Secretary Treasurer Ihomes Groetzinger 0harl9s E. Simpson Emma Harlow Estelle Coverdale RECORD COMMITTEE Miss Coverdale Mr. Thornton Emrey Miss de Ford (Chairman) kiss Finley Mr. Dobbins Mr. Kind Professor Kofke. Professor Kofke is our scientific man par excellence. He know3 more ani teaches less chemistry, physics, mechanics, and electricity, experimental r .nd otherwise, — mostly otherwise — than any other professor in college. W.ien he is not busy manufacturing unheard of chemical compounds with outrageous stenchos, or explaining why the compound was not formed when by all the rules of the chemical game it should have been, he spends his spare time stowing away valuable (?) instruments, fitting rusty keys into ruBtier locks, and preventing the unsophisticated •first-year students , who are •just trying things" from blowing themselves, the institution, and divers sedate Seniors to kingdom come. We congratulate Professor Kofke on getting rid of us, but our heartiest congratulations we reserve for ourselves when we think that we will hear no n»re,—"Evaporate to dryness, dissolve in HOI, neutralize with KOH, dilute



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Dobbins, Thomas John, A. 3.----Class Historian. Since the French play pronounced Do 'bain. 5527 Irving Street. Prepared at Central High School and School of Pedagogy. A principal. Y7ill do graduate work ct Penn. Member of Doutscher Verein and of the cast of "L'Avocat Pntelin" and "Versalzen”. Emrey, J. Thornton, B. S.----Our sweet musician. 148 II. 21st Street. Prepared at Y est Chester Normal. Has done work at Penn. Is a supervising principal and is going to Penn. Member of Doutscher Verein. Bmrey, Miles Luther, B. S.-----The man who would a-fishing go. 1905 Mt. Vomon Street. Prepcrod at Y est Chester Normal. Has done work at Lafayette College and Penn. Is a supervising principal and expects to work for a dogroe at Ponn. Member of Doutscher Verein. Finley, Mary Elizaboth, A. B.----"Sumna voce, Civis Finley'" 1422 W. Ontario Street. Prepared at the Girls' Commercial High School and Temple. Exchange Editor of the Owl 1908-09; Literary Editor 1909-11; Secretary Phi Alpha 1909-10; Vice President 1910-11. Member of Cerole FrangAas. Groetzinger, Thomas, B. S.-----Class President. "It takes a German to be boss.” 1221 N. Allison Street. Prepared at Central High School and the School of Pedagogy and is a supervising principal. Will work at Ponn for a Ph. D. President Deutscher Verein. Member Phi Alpha. Harlow, Emma Frances, A. B.----Class Secretary. Thus doth the busy bee. 2250 N. Carlisle Street. Prepared at Norristown High School. Is now Dr. McKinley's efficient secretary. Member of Phi Alpha and Deutscher Verein. Homer, Francis Edward, B. S.-----Slow but sure. 2855 N. 20th Street. Prepared at Central High School and School of Pedagogy. Teacher. Graduate work at Penn, Member Deutscher Verein. Kind, Henry William, B. S.-—Kind by name and kind by nature. 1610 Erie Avenue. Prepared at Central High School and School of Pedagogy. Supervising Principal. Graduate work at Penn. Member Deutscher Verein. Ladendorf, Max Hugo, B. S. in C. E.-—The Unknown Quantity. ' 261 3 Martha Street. Prepared at Temple and has studied at Kooniglichos Gymnasium, Dresden. Pattern maker for Wm. Cramp Sons. MembtXJ f Sigma Pi Fraternity. Lettinger, Leonard Austin, A. B.----"How sharper than a ser- pent's tooth'.” 124 Walnut Street, Overbrook. Prepared at Central High School and School of Pedagogy. Teacher.

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