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GRAND CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



PHI KAPPA PSI 
FRATERNITY 



FEBRUARY I, 1910 



ROY D. KEEHN 

INDIANA BETA— ILLINOIS BETA 

EDITOR 




CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 

1910 



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HARVAID COLLEGE LIBRAItY 
BY EXCHANGE 

APR 16 1940 



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PREFACE. 

Working under the direction of the Executive Council of the Fraternity 
since November, 1908, the Editor has prepared and now submits this edition as 
the Grand Catalogue of the Fraternity. 

It will be noted in the alphabetical list that the names of members are des- 
ignated by marks, which indicate as follows : 

This mark (t) before the name of a brother indicates that the information 
concerning this member was received from his chapter after he had been 
written direct and no reply had been received from him, or our mail had been 
returned, marked "Wrong Address," etc. 

This mark (*) before the name of a brother indicates that the information 
concerning this member was supplied from old catalogues and old records, as 
no response had been received from the member direct and no information 
could be furnished by his chapter. 

Names before which no mark appears suggest that the information con- 
cerning these members was received direct from the members themselves. 

It will be noted from this that fullv one-half of the members of the Fra- 

ternity did not respond to the postal card sent to them when the work was first 

undertaken, and it is to be regretted that not more than one-half of the members 

who did receive the cards supplied the Editor with the information sought. 

It is only fair, therefore, to all concerned, that this explanation be made. 

^^ Handicapped in this manner, over a year of diligent work has produced the 

^ catalogue submitted herewith. The Editor is willing that it shall represent 

the efforts spent, and he herewith submits it to the Fraternity with the hope 

that it may be satisfying and gratifying to the membership, to a small degree at 

V least. 

X We are under obligations especially to the alumni associations, to the 

fcj;^ chapters, and to individual members who have made this work possible. When 
^ the work was first undertaken, each chapter was asked for a complete up-to- 
date list of its membership. These lists were used as mailing lists, and to each 
member a postal card was sent, soliciting information for the catalogue. Later, 
after no response could be secured from many of the brothers, lists of these 
were sent to the chapters and each chapter was requested to furnish the Editor 
5 with the best information possible concerning these brothers. In such cases 
where the chapter could not furnish such information, a diligent search was 
made through all of the old records of the Fraternity. Copy was then prepared 
for the printer and copies of this copy were sent for correction to all of the 
alumni associations and to others who had manifested a deep interest in the 
work. Corrections were made and the copy submitted to the publisher. This 
corrected copy was then read carefully by Brother Lincoln M. Coy, Treasurer 
of the Fraternity, and to him especially is the Editor under obligations for an 
unusual amount of assistance. And without the assistance of the Execu- 
tive Council, freely and promptly given, this undertaking would have been 
impossible. 

Our experience strongly urges us to recommend that the work of this 
department be assigned to the Secretary, with a sufficient allowance to pay 
clerk hire to keep up the records from year to year. If this is done, by the 
time the next catalogue is published, the many brothers whose addresses are 
unknown at present, should be located and the work of the next Editor should, 
thereby, be made easy. ROY D. KEEHN. 

Chicago, April 4th, 1910. 



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DEDICATED TO 

The Memory of 

EDWARD P. HAMMOND. JR. 

the brother who instilled into the heart of me 

the true meaning of 

PHI KAPPA PSI 

R. D. K. 



PHI KAPPA PSI DIRECTORY. 



THE EXEOUTIVS COUNOIL. 

President — David Halstead, 3233 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Vice-President — Charles L. Van Cleve, care Board of Education, Toledo, Ohio.* 
Secretary—Henry H. McCorkle, 29 Wall Street, New York City. 
Treasurer — Lincoln M. Coy, 1417 Unity Building, Chicago, HI. 



ABCH0N8. 



District I — ^John S. Sprowls, Phi Kappa Psi House, Washington, Pa., Junior Archon. 

Parker R. Skinner, Chambersburg, Pa., Senior Archon. 
District II — Fred G. Smith, 113 College Place, Syracuse, N. Y., Junior Archon. G. Mor- 

rell York, 70 Fifth Avenue, New York City, Senior Archon. 
District III — Alan Churchill Woods, 851 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md., Junior Archon. 

J. G. Prichard, Fairmont, W. Va., Senior Archon. 
District IV — Thomas Cookson, Phi Kappa Psi House. Bloomington, Ind., Junior Archon. 

Richard D. Logan, 49 Produce Exchange, Toledo, Ohio, Senior Archon. 
District V — P. W. Buck, 1621 E. Superior St., Duluth, Minn., Junior Archon. Frank A. 

Fisher, 1206 West 2nd South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, Senior Archon. 



Attorney-General — Walter L. Sheppard, 1106 Commonwealth Trust Building, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

AI.X7MNI ASSOCIATION BOABD. 

Sion B. Smith, Chairman, 450 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

George B. Baker, 50 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

Arthur E. H. Middleton, 515 Eleventh Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Edwin S. Harper, 1536 Vine Street, Denver, Colo. 



FUBUCATIONS. 



''The Shield," Lloyd L. Cheney, Editor, Syracuse, N. Y. 

History, , Editor. 

Grand Catalogue, Boy D. Keehn, Editor, Rector Building, Chicago, HI. 
Song Book, Norman C. Raff, Editor, Canton, Qhio. 



PEBBIANENT COMMITTEES. 

On Extension— Guy M. Walker, 15 Wall Street, New York City. C. F. M. Niles, Toledo, 
Ohio. William Story, Ouray, Colo. 

•Deceased. 



CHAPTERS AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. 



DISTBICT I. 



Pennsylvania Alpha — Washington and Jefferson College, 

Pennsylvania Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Washington, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Beta — Allegheny College, 

Pennsylvania Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Meadville, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Gamma — Bucknell University, 

Pennsylvania Gamma Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Lock Box 426, Lewis- 
burg, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Epsilon — Gettysburg College, 

Pennsylvania Epsilon Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Lock Box 175, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Zeta — Dickinson College, 

Pennsylvania Zeta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 228 W. High Street, Car- 
lisle, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Eta — Franklin and Marshall College, 

Pennsylvania Eta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi iVaternity, 560 W. James Street, Lan- 
caster Pa. 
Pennsylvania Theta — Lafayette College, 

Pennsylvania Theta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Box 81, Easton, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Iota — University of Pennsylvania, 

Pennsylvania Iota Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 3639 Locust Street, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Pennsylvania Kappa — Swarthmore College, 

Pennsylvania Kappa Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Swarthmore College, 
Swarthmore, Pa. 

Alumni Associations. 

Johnstown, Pa George A. Foster, 506 Johnstown Trust Building 

Lancaster, Pa Chas. F. Hager, 108 E. King Street 

Philadelphia, Pa Eussell H. Bement, 3817 Spruce Street 

Pittsburg, Pa Frank W. Howard, Boom 631, Wabash Building 

Sunbury, Pa ^ C. W. Clement 



DISTBICT n. 

New Hampshire Alpha — Dartmouth College, 

New Hampshire Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Box 108, Hanover, N. H. 
Massachusetts Alpha — Amherst College, 

Massachusetts Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Box 106, Amhert, Mass. 
Rhode Island Alpha — Brown University, 

Rhode Island Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 19 University Hall, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
New York Alpha — Cornell University, 

New York Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 103 McGraw Place, 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
New York Beta — Syracuse University, 

New York Beta Chapter, Phi Kappe Psi Fraternity, 113 College Place, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

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OHAPTEBS AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. vii 

New York Gamma — Columbia University, 

New York Gamma Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 304 W. 109th Street, New 
York, N. Y. 
New York Epsilon — Colgate University, 

New York Epsilon Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Pleasant Street, Hamil- 
ton N. Y. 
New York Zeta — Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 

New York Zeta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 95 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alumni Associatioiis. 

Boston Mass Paul T. B. Ward, 57-63 Franklin Street 

New York City Roy M. Robinson, 30 Church Street 

Buffalo, N. Y W. S. Slade, 333 Main Street 

Syracuse, N. Y John W. Larkin, 415 Tompkins Street 

Alumni Olub. 
Harvard Harold G. Townsend, Winthrop 26, Cambridge, Mass. 



DISTBICT m. 

Maryland Alpha — ^Johns Hopkins University, 

Maryland Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 136 Richmond Street, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Virginia Alpha — University of Virginia, 

Virginia Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, University Station, Charlottes- 
ville, Va. 
Virginia Beta — Washington and Lee University, 

Virginia Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, F. O. Box 528, Lexington, Virginia. 
West Virginia Alpha — University of West Virginia, 

West Virginia Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, James Cochran House, 
480 Spruce Street, Morgantown, W. Va. 
Mississippi Alpha — University of Mississippi, 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Box 14, University, Mis- 
sissippi. 
Tennessee Delta — ^Vanderbilt University, 

Tennessee Delta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 2016 Terrace Place, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
Texas Alpha — University of Texas, 

Texas Alpha Chapter^ Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Phi Kappa Psi House, 1802 Colo- 
rado Street, Austin, Texas. 

Alnmni Associations. 

Washington, D. C Isaac Baker Greene, 15th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W. 

Baltimore, Md J. Morfit Mullen, 136 Richmond Street 

Fairmont, West Virginia Charles E. Wayman 

DISTBICT IV. 

Ohio Alpha — Ohio Wesleyan University, 

Ohio Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Delaware, Ohio. 
Ohio Beta — Wittenberg University, 

Ohio Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Springfield, Ohio. 
Ohio Delta — University of Ohio, 

Ohio Delta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 191 13th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. 
Ohio Epsilon — Case School of Applied Science, 

Ohio Epsilon Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 10022 Cedar Avenue, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 



▼Hi CHAPTERS AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. 

Indiana Alpha — DePauw University, 

Indiana Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Greencastle, Ind. 
Indiana Beta — University of Indiana, 

Indiana Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 322 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloom- 
ington, Ind. 
Indiana Delta — Purdue University, 

Indiana Delta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, West Lafayette, Ind. 
niinois Alpha — Northwestern University, 

Illinois Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 2025 Sherman Avenue, Evans- 
ton, 111. 
IllinoiB Beta — University of Chicago, 

Illinois Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 5635 Lexington Avenue, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Illinois Delta — University of Illinois, 

Illinois Delta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Phi Kappa Psi House, 911 South 
Fourth Street, Champaign, 111. 
Michigan Alpha — University of Michigan, 

Michigan Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Corner Washtenaw and Hill 
Streets, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Alimmi Associations. 

Chicago, 111 John H. Bartelme, 2239 Hamilton Court 

Anderson, Ind Wade H. Free 

Indianapolis, Ind Paul G. Davis, 1025 Lemcke Building 

Bucyrus, Ohio Edwin G. Beal 

Cincinnati, Ohio Earl Deputy, 414 Main Street 

Cleveland, Ohio James A. Brady, 1103 Citizens' Bank Building 

Columbus, Ohio H. M. Thompson, New Hayden Building 

Newark, Ohio Edward Kibler 

Springfield, Ohio George M. Winwood^ Jr. 

Toledo, Ohio T. M. Gleason, Box No. 552 

Springfield, HI Dr. Don W. Deal, Suite 408, Ferguson Building 



DISTRICT V. 

Wisconsin Alpha — University of Wisconsin, 

Wisconsin Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 811 State Street, Madison, Wis. 
Wisconsin Gamma — Beloit College, 

Wisconsin Gamma Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 1125 Chapin Street, 
Beloit, Wis. 
Minnesota Beta — University of Minnesota, 

Minnesota Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 1609 University Avenue, S. E. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Iowa Alpha — University of Iowa, 

Iowa Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 725 College Street, Iowa City, Iowa* 
Missouri Alpha — University of Missouri, 

Missouri Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 809 College Avenue, Colum- 
bia, Mo. 
Kansas Alpha — University of- Kansas, 

Kansas Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 1136 Louisiana Street, Law- 
rence, Kan. 
Nebraska Alpha — University of Nebraska, 

Nebraska Alpha Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Lincoln, Neb. 
California Beta — Leland Stanford University, 

California Beta Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Stanford University, California. 
California Gamma — University of California, 

California Gamma Chapter, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 2627 Eidge Road, Berkeley, 
California. 



CHAPTERS AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. ix 

Alnnmi Associations. 

Sar Francisco, Cal A. J. Howell, 609 Wells Fargo Building 

Denver, Colo H. G. Effinger, 405 Boston Building 

Minneapolis, Minn A. E. Dickey, Security Bank Building 

Duluth, Minn Harvey S. Clapp, 600 Torrey Building 

Kansas City, Mo C. M. Blackmar, 708 American Bank Building 

Iowa City la H. O. Brainerd 

Dubuque, la Austin Cooper Waller 

Omaha, Neb John B. Dumont, 1605 Farman Street 

Lincoln, Neb W. D. Reed 

St. Louis, Mo Frederick E. Bryan, 6th and Olive Streets 

Los Angeles, Cal A. A. Peters, 717 W. Lake Avenue 

Portland, Ore Dr. Edmund Labbe, Labbe Building 

Seattle, Wash Horace A. Wilson, 42-43 Haller Building 

Tacoma, Wash J. T. S. Lyle, Bernice Building 

Spokane, Wash Carl Ultes, Jr., 524 Penton Block 

Salt Lake City, Utah L. G. Din woody, 31 West Ist South Street 



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CONTENTS 



PREFACE Ill 

IN MEMORIAM IV 

FRATERNITY DIRECTORY V 

CONTENTS X 

PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA 1 

PENNSYLVANIA BETA 7 

PENNSYLVANIA GAMMA 13 

PENNSYLVANIA DELTA 18 

PENNSYLVANIA EPSILON 19 

PENNSYLVANIA ZETA 24 

PENNSYLVANIA ETA 31 

PENNSYLVANIA THETA 35 

PENNSYLVANIA IOTA 40 

PENNSYLVANIA KAPPA 44 

NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPHA 47 

MASSACHUSETTS ALPHA *. 51 

RHODE ISLAND ALPHA 55 

NEW YORK ALPHA 57 

NEW YORK BETA *. 61 

NEW YORK GAMMA 66 

NEW YORK DELTA 70 

NEW YORK EPSILON 72 

NEW YORK ZETA 77 

MARYLAND ALPHA 80 

VIRGINIA ALPHA 83 

VIRGINIA BETA 88 

VIRGINIA GAMMA 92 

VIRGINIA DELTA 95 

VIRGINIA EPSILON 97 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ALPHA 98 

WEST VIRGINIA ALPHA 101 

SOUTH CAROLINA ALPHA 104 

MISSISSIPPI ALPHA 106 

MISSISSIPPI BETA 110 

TENNESSEE ALPHA Ill 

TENNESSEE BETA 112 

TENNESSEE GAMMA 113 



TENNESSEE DELTA 114 

KENTUCKY ALPHA 116 

TEXAS ALPHA 117 

OHIO ALPHA 119 

OHIO BETA 126 

OHIO GAMMA 131 

OHIO DELTA 134 

OHIO EPSILON 138 

INDIANA ALPHA 141 

INDIANA BETA 148 

INDIANA GAMMA 154 

INDIANA DELTA 158 

ILLINOIS ALPHA 161 

ILLINOIS BETA 166 

ILLINOIS GAMMA 170 

ILLINOIS DELTA 172 

MICHIGAN ALPHA 174 

WISCONSIN ALPHA 179 

WISCONSIN BETA 183 

WISCONSIN GAMMA 184 

MINNESOTA AI^PHA 188 

MINNESOTA BETA 189 

IOWA ALPHA 192 

IOWA DELTA 196 

IOWA GAMMA 198 

MISSOURI ALPHA 199 

KANSAS ALPHA 201 

NEBRASKA ALPHA 206 

CALIFORNIA ALPHA 209 

CALIFORNIA BETA 211 

CALIFORNIA GAMMA 214 

GEOGRAPHICAL LIST 217 

FOREIGN 357 

ADDRESSES UNKNOWN 361 

RESIGNED AND EXPELLED 363 

DEAD PIII PSIS 364 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 373 



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PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA. 

WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE. 

WASHINGTON. PA. 

FOUNDED FEBBUABT 19, 1852, BY W. H. LETTEBMAN AND 

C. P. T. MOOBR 



1862 

Metzger, James T., Bedford, Pa. 
Parramore, John N., Chinaotragrue, Va. 
Wilbur, Allen, New Orleane, La. 

1863 

Mowry, Philip H., address unknown. 
NIcolls, Samuel Jack, 8 Hortense Place, St. 

Louis, Mo.; pastor Second Presbyterian 

Church, St. Louis Mo. 
Sanford, Eugene M., MilledgeviUe, Oa. 

1854 

Chalfant, George Wilson, 1309 Sheridan Place, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; graduate Jefferson College, 
1856; Presbyterian clergyman. 

Downs, Caleb Bracken, Granville, Ohio; ed- 
itor. 

Fisher, Daniel Webster, Hanover, Ind.; min- 
ister. 

Matthews, James Henderson, Lafayette, Ind. 

McPherron, James Emmet, Sterling, HI.; 
member of Illinois legislature, 1873-74; now 
lawyer at Sterling, HI. 

Miller, Joslah, Bloomington, 111.; editor. 

Reese, Charles, West Point, Qa.; physician. 

Robins, Aaron B., 300 Fifth St, Marysville. 
Ohio; in Ohio legislature 1878-1882; member 
board of trustees of Ohio State Hospital 
for ten years; now attomey-at-law, Marys- 
ville, Ohio. 

Stewart, James C, Baltimore, Md.; merchant. 

Trimble, James Evington; address unknown. 

Watson, Samuel; address unknown. 

1855 

Crawford, John Nowlln, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Evans, Louis; address unknown; trans, to 
Pa. Gamma. 

Fitzgerald, James D.. Clarksburg. W. Va. 

Garrettson, John Edward, Escatawpa, Ala.; 
manufacturer. 

Grabill, Ethelbert Henry, Austin, Tex. 

Henderson, Thomas J., Topeka, Kan. 

Hooper, Washington Augustine, address un- 
known; minister. 

Jenkins, James W., Warren, Pa.; revenue 
collector. 

Kerr Alfred, 369 Graham St., Pittsburg, Pa.; 
first lieutenant of independent battery G., 
Pa. Volunteer Heavy Artillery, 1862-65; 



now attomey-at-law, 426 Diamond St., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

McClaren, John; address unknown; lawyer. 

Moore, Robert Braden, Vineland, N. J.; min- 
ister. 

Pierce, Thomas Wentworth, St. Louis, Mo. 

Randolph, Allen FItz, Boulder, Colo.; min- 
ister. 

Starett, William Altken, 2336 N. Clark St., 
Chicago, 111.; lawyer. 

Stevens, Wesley Daws; address unknown; 
trans, to Pa. Seta; minister. 

Wallace, Thomas Freeman, Zacatecas, Mex.; 
U. S. consul 1871-75; charge d'affaires U. 
S. legation, Bogota, 1873-74; missionary to 
Zacatecas. 

Willson, Thomas F.; address unknown. 

Wood, William Shadrack, Duquesne, Pa.; 
trans, to Pa. Gamma; minister. 

1866 

Moorehead, William Wallace, Greensburg, 

Pa.; minister. 
Phelps, Stephen, Coe College, la.; president 

Coe College. 
Rea, James Newton, 199 Conemaugh St., 

Johnstown. Pa.; first lieutenant Co. M. 

15th Pa. Volunteer Cavalry from 1861 to 

1863; retired. 
Woodburn, James Skiies, Pittsburg, Pa.; 

honorably dismissed May 13, 1858. 

1857 

Crumrine, Boyd, 212 E. Maiden St., Wash- 
ington, Pa.; graduate Jefferson College, 
1860; admitted to Washington, Pa., bar 
1861; state reporter of Supreme court 
1887-1892; now attorney-at-law, 73 S. Main 
St., Washington, Pa., and 501 Burger Bldg., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Dickson, William, Canfleld, Ohio; professor 
m N. E. Ohio Normal. 

Jenks, George Augustus, BrookviUe, Pa.; 
elected member of Congress 1874; assistant 
secretary of Interior 1885; governor of 
Pennsylvania 1898. 

KIrkpatrick, James Johnson, 432 E. Gordon, 
Marshall, Mo. 

McClure, Addison Smith, Wooster, Ohio; 
member of Congress from Ohio, 1880; now 
lawyer, Wooster, Ohio. 

Thompson, Roland, Milroy, Pa.; hosiery man- 
ufacturer. 

Wyiy, Andrew Jackson, Floyd, La.; planter. 



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PHI KAPPA PSr FRATEENITY. 



1858 

Bingham, Henry Harrison, Metropolitan Club, 
Washington, D. C; lawyer. 

Chapman, Pearson, Ferryman's Postofflce, 
Md.; physician. 

Douglas, James McQuewan, St. Louis. Mo.; 
banker. 

Ewing, Amos Qrier, Clinton, la. 

Forsythe, Walter, 7714 Langley Ave., Chi- 
cago, III.; minister. 

Galbralth, John Clifton, Govanetown, Md. 

Johnson Thomas Humrlckhouse, 619 S. Neg- 
ley Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.; graduate Jefferson 
College, 1861; now consulting. 

Robertson, James 8., New Lisbon, Ohio; law- 
yer. 

Stafford, Pascal George, Sedalia, Mo.; real 
estate. 

1859 

Crumrine, Bishop, Topeka, Kan; lawyer. 

Cunningham, Thomas Davis, BlairsvlUe, Pa.; 
lieutenant Union army; now banker, Blairs- 
vlUe, Pa. 

Griffin, Samuel; address unknown. 

HIgglnbotham, Benjamin K., Lafayette, Ind.; 
lawyer. Judge. 

Montgomery, Samuel, 303 Main St, Waynes- 
burg, Pa.; graduate Waynesburg College, 
1859; admitted to bar In 1861; served as 
lieutenant of cavalry In the Civil war; now 
attorney-at-law, Waynesburg, Pa. 

Ogivee, Joseph M., Unlontown, Pa.; lawyer. 

Pneips, Henry, Lewistown, 111.; merchant. 

Shafer, Noah Webster, Jackman Ave., Ava- 
lon. Pa.; graduate Jefferson College. Pa., 
1859; admitted to bar in 1864; now attor- 
ney-at-law, Avalon, Pa. 

I860 

Converse, Rob Roy McGregor McNulty, 132 S. 

Fitzhugh St.. Rochester, N. Y.; minister. 
Glenn, Samuel M., Wooster, Ohio; Presby- 
terian minister. 
Howenstlne, Emanuel J., Bellefontalne, Ohio; 

lawyer. 
Moorehead, J. D., Beaver Falls, Pa.; minister. 
Stewart, William C, Kansas City. Mo.; in 

West Virginia legislature 1867 and 1868; 

Judge of Sixth Judicial district, Kansas; 

now attomey-at-Iaw, Kansas City, Mo. 
Woodburn, Benjamin Franklin, Allegheny, 

Pa.; minister. 

1861 

Brown, William Emery, South Bend, Ind.; 

druggist. 
Greer, David Hummel, 7 Gramercy Park, 

New York City. 
Newell, James M., 445 E. Adams St., Los 

Angeles. Cal.; Jefferson College, 1859-62; 

In army, first lieutenant 1862-65; Western 

Theological Seminary, 1865-68; pastor since 

1868. 

1862 

Beatty, Samuel J., Lansdowne, Pa,.; minister. 

Campbell, William T., SteubenvlUe, Ohio; 
Brig. -Gen. U. S. A., Civil war; mayor 
SteubenvlUe, Ohio, 1892. 

Gormiy, George Curtis, Bucyrus, Ohio; dele- 
gate Republican national convention in 
1892; now banker, Bucyrus. Ohio. 

McConneil, Robert Nelson, 121 Johnson St., 
ITpper Sandusky, Ohio; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Morton, Samuel M., Mitchell, Ind.; graduate 
Jefferson College, 1864; W. Theo. Sem.. 
1867; pastor. First Presbyterian Church. 



Neili, Samuel Tait, Warren, Pa.; lawyer. 

Patterson, T. H. B., 612 Wood St., Pittsburg, 
Pa.; member Pennsylvania Constitutional 
Convention, 1874; now attorney-at-law, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Woods, John Young, Greensburg, Pa.; attor- 
ney-at-law. 

1863 

Bailentine, George D., Temperanceville, Pa. 

Donnan, John W., Washington, Pa.; presi- 
dent Citizens National Bank, Washington, 
Pa.; president Washington Trust Co., 
Washington, Pa. 

Harman, John Frelinghuysen, 505 W. Eighth 
St., Plalnfleld, N. J.; vice president Handy 
& Harman Co. 

McGregor, John, Wellsvllle, Ohio; attorney- 
at-law. 

Rea, John, Mill Valley, Cal.; real estate. 

Shirts, John Clayton, Lawrence county, S. 
Dak. 

Unger, David Frederick, Mercersburg, Pa.; 
physician. 

1864 

Jones, Wliilam D., Washington, D. C; attor- 
ney-at-law. 

Mcilvaine, John Addison, 47 N. Wade Ave., 
Washington, Pa.; lawyer; Judge now and 
since 1886, Twenty-seventh Judicial district. 

Moderwell, John B., Bucyrus, Ohio; retired. 

Moore, Alfred Stibbs, Nome, Alaska; gradu- 
ate Washington and Jefferson College, 
1867; admitted to bar, Beaver, Pa., 1871; 
district attorney of Beaver county, 1881-84; 
in 1902 appointed U. S. district Judge, Alas- 
ka, second division, 1902; served ever since. 

Williamson, W. Collins, Washington, la. 

1865 

Gallagher, James Stewart, 644 Somerset St., 
Johnstown, Pa.; retired. 

Larlmore, John K., Philadelphia, Pa.; attor- 
ney-at-law. 

McDowell, John M., Chambersburg, Pa.; edu- 
cated at Chambersburg Academy, £ilden- 
rldge Academy and Washington and Jef- 
ferson College; admitted to bar, 1869; now 
attorney-at-law, Chambersburg, Pa. 

Small, Oscar Adams, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Wallace, Thomas Davis, 67 N. Washington 
St., Hinsdale. 111.; soldier. Civil war. 1861- 
64; graduate Washington and Jefferson 
College. 1867; graduate Western Theolog- 
ical Seminary, 1870; chaplain Columbia 
Post, Chicago, 706, G. A. R.; minister, 
Presbyterian Church since 1870. 

1866 

McConneil, Samuel D., 781 Madison Ave., 
New York City; minister. 

Morehead, James S., Greensbui^, Pa. 

Moorehead, E. H., Indiana, Pa.; attorney-at- 
law. 

McElhinney, Robert, Gambler, Ohio. 

Patten, Nathaniel Newton, Homestead, Pa.; 
physician. 

Stevens, Wliilam N., Armagh, Pa. 

Stewart, William Houston, Klttanlng, Pa.; 
U. S. commissioner to Vienna, 1873; now 
physician, Klttanlng, Pa. 

Torrance, Eiisha 8., Wlnfield, Kan.; lawyer, 
Judge. 

Young, James Scott, Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer; 
Judge District court of the U. S. for West- 
ern district of Pennsylvania. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COIXEGE. 



1867 

Cunningham, Samuel, Armagh, Pa.; attor- 

ney-at-law. 
Hazlett, Alfred, Beatrice. Neb.; Judge of 

Gage county. Neb.; attorney-at-law. 
Reed, Colin McFarquhar, Pittsburg, Pa. 

1868 

Culbertaon, William Craig, Mt. Vernon, Ohio; 
attorney-at-law. 

McCullouah, Welty, Greensburg, Pa.; attor- 
ney -at -Taw. 

Wiison, James Gibson, Portland, Ore.; farm- 
er. 

Sprlggs, Alexander Reed, Charles City, la.; 
attorney-at-law. 

1871 

Rhodes, Benjamin Coursin, 621 Chestnut St., 
Erie, Pa.; registrar of wllle and recorder of 
deeds of Lawrence county, Pa., 1878-80; 
clerk In couj't house, Lawrence county. Pa.; 
railway postal clerk between Erie, Pa., 
and Pittsburg, Pa. 

1872 

Alexander, Waiter Lowrle, McComb, Pa.; 
graduate Lafayette. 1877; graduate Prince- 
ton Seminary'. 1882; Presybterian minister. 

Hunter, Stephen Alexander, 1000 Fbirdale St.. 
Pittsburg, Pa.; minister. 

1873 

Acheson, Ernest Francis, 105 E. Maiden St., 
Washington. Pa.; graduate Washington 
and Jefferson College. 1875; member Con- 
gress 1895-1909; now editor ''Observer,** 
morning daily. "Reporter." evening daily. 

Blackford, James Addison, Bridgeport, Ohio; 
farmer. 

Buchanan, John McFarren, Beaver. Pa.; dis- 
trict attorney for Beaver county for two 
terms. 1874 and 1877. 

Dunaway, William Edwin, Clay Center, Kan.; 
attorney-at-law. 

Ewing, James Carruther Rhea, Saharapore, 
India; missionary. 

Gaddis, Levi Springer, 8 Pittsburg St., Union- 
town. Pa.; physician. 

Hcrron, John, Atlantic, la.; graduate Prince- 
ton Theological Seminary, 1876; pastor. 

Irwin, Anderson Forbes, Peoria, 111.; min- 
ister. 

McClelland, Henry Thorpe, Clarksburg. W. 
Va.; educated at Western Theological Sem- 
inary and Washington and Jefferson Col- 
lege; minister. 

McJunkIn, George Crawford, Beaver. Pa.; 
grrocer. 

Robinson, Edgar Sutton, Scottdale, Pa.; min- 
ister. 

Smith, James M., West Berkeley. Cal.; min- 
ister. 

Smith, Robert Fulhey, Wooster, Ohio; grad- 
uate Washington and Jefferson College; 
graduate Western Theological Seminary, 
1887; pastor Wayne Presbyterian Church. 
Wooster, Ohio. 

Snowden, James H., Washington, Pa. 

Storey, John Andrew; member state legisla- 
ture 1886; now law^yer, Omaha, Neb. 



Brownson, James Irwin, Washington, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Brownson, Marcus A., Philadelphia, Pa.; pas- 
tor. 

Dunaway, James W., Merrittstown, Pa.; 
farmer. 

McJunkIn, James Montgomery, Hastings 
Ave.. Oakdale, Pa.; Sec'y Synochial Home 
Missions in Pennsylvania, 1890-1906; now 
Sec'y and Treas. Synochial Home Missions 
in Pennsylvania. 

1876 

Buchanan, Aaron Moore, Morgantown, W. 
Va. ; Presbyterian minister. 

Cook, James M., Pittsburg. Pa.; lawyer. 

Rodgers, John L., 6617 Woodlawn Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; lawyer, Chamber of Commerce 
Bldg.. Chicago. 

Smith, Robert Leard, Llgonier, Pa.; Wash- 
ington and Jefferson College, A. B.; Frank- 
lin College, D. D.; Richmond College, Ph. 
D.; trustee Franklin College; now minister 
First Presbyterian Church, Llgonier, Pa. 



1876 

Duncan, Robert Cunliffe, 221 Halket St., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; educated at EHders Ridge 
Academy, Western University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Washington and Jefferson College, 
1879: admitted to bar 1882; lawyer at 512 
Bakewell Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Swearingen, Joseph M., Prospect Ave., In- 
gram, Pa.; Washington and Jefferson Col- 
lege; president judge of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas No. 4, Allegheny county. Pa.; 
lawyer, Pittsburg, Pa. 

1877 

Crawford, J. B., address unknown. 

Guy, Samuel Jennings, Homeworth, Ohio; 
physician. 

Hunter, Robert Armstrong, Oxford, Pa.; min- 
ister. 

McKennan, William, Chicago, 111.; lawyer. 

Wiley, James A., Washington. Pa.; lawyer, 
Trust Bldg., Washington, Pa. 

1878 

Colwrll, John P., Klltannlng. Pa.; real estate. 

Martindeil, J. William, 705 Ohio St.. Law- 
rence, Kan.; retired. 

Mcllvalne, WInfleld, 362 G. Maiden. Wash- 
ington. Pa.; graduate Washington and Jef- 
ferson College, 1880; admitted to bar, 1883; 
editor Washington "Observer," 1883-90; 
now lawyer, 411 Washington Trust Co. 
Bldg.. Washington, Pa. 

Taylor, Zachariah B., Monnewaukon, N. D.; 
preacher. 

1879 

Crumrine, Ernest E., Washington, Pa.; law- 
yer. 

Hays, Calvin Cornweli, 417 Lincoln St., 
Johnstown. Pa.; Was'Mnfjtcn and Jefferson 
College, 1881, A. B.; Washington and Jef- 
ferson College. 1898, D. D. ; clergryman 
First Presbyterian Church, Johnstown, Pa. 



1874 

Acheson, Alexander Mohan, Dennison, Tex.; 
civil engineer. 



1880 

Johnston, James Houston, 518 Fourth Ave., 
Pittsburg. Pa.; lawyer. 



PHI KAPPA P8I FRATERNITY. 



1881 

Apple, Joseph Henry, 10 E. Church St.. Fred- 
erick. Md.; teacher since 1885; chairman 
executive committee. Laymen's Missionary 
Movement. Reformed Church in the U. S.; 
now president Woman's College. Frederick, 
Md. 

McDonald, Edward, McDonald, Pa.; president 
of First National Bank. McDonald. Pa. 

Ollphant, Samuel Duncan, 837 Edgewood 
Ave., Trenton, N. J.; graduate Washington 
and Jefferson College. 1884; Harvard law 
school; now lawyer, 132 E. State St., Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

1882 

Herron, David A., North Broadalbln, N. Y.; 
minister. 

Johnston, Walter, Seattle, Wash.; physician, 
223 Bailey Bldg.. Seattle. Waah. 

Large, Samuel Shaffer, 2325 Bellaire St.. 
Denver Colo.; graduate Washington and 
Jefferson College. 1886. A. B.; Washington 
and Jefferson College. 1893, A. M.; lawyer, 
Denver, Colo. 

Martlndeli, Lawrence Vaneman, Bealsville, 
Pa,; farmer. 

McLanahan, Martin Hawley, Rose Valley, 
Moglan, Pa.; architect. Price & McLana- 
han. 1624 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

Sutherland, Berkeley, Washington. D. C; 
lawyer 

Wise, William Frederic, 6018 Walnut St.. 
Pittsburg. Pa.; graduate Washington and 
Jeflterson College, 1883; admitted to bar 
1887; lawyer. 1116 Berger Bldg.. Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

1883 

Marquis, James Logan, EvansviUe, Ind.; pro- 
fessor in Bellevue College, Neb., 1886; 
preaching in EvansviUe, Ind., since 1899. 

Walker, Albert John, Elizabeth, Pa.; lawyer, 
with Way, Walker & Morris, 1108 Frick 
Bldg., Pittsburg. Pa. 

Wallace, Edwin Sherman, 118 Walnut Ave.. 
Ardmore, Pa.; American consul for Pales- 
tine, 1893-1898; author of "Jerusalem, the 
Holy"; now Presbyterian minieter, Ard- 
more, Pa. 

1884 

Caldwell, Charles 8., Washington, Pa.; with 
Caldwell & Co., Washington, Pa. 

Large, Isaac Newton, Florence. Colo.; with 
Florence State Bank. 

Tassey, John C, 539 S. Crockett St., Sher- 
man, Tex.; graduate Washington and Jef- 
ferson College, 1869; now in the cottonseed 
oil business, Sherman. Tex. 

Thomas, William S., 6649 Bryant St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; director of the South Side Trust 
Co. of Pittsburg; author ''Hunting Big 
Game with Gun and with Kodak"; now 
lawyer, 315 Frick Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 

1886 

Marquis, George Pauil, 37 Cedar St, Chi- 
cago, 111.; surgeon Second Illlnoifi Volunteer 
Infantry in Spanish war, 1898-9; deputy 
surgeon general, Illinois National Guard; 
professor rhlnology, Northwestern Univers- 
ity medical school; now physician, 103 
State St., Chicago. 

McCandless, Quy P.; address unknown. 

Miller, W. R., Mercer, Pa. 

Neco, Alexander, Wabash. Ind. 

Patterson, John Pollock, Pittsburg. Pa.; law- 
yer, 501 Berger Bldg.. Pittsburg. 



Pogue, Province McCormIck, 243 Greendale 
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio; lawyer, member 
firm of Pogue &• Pogue, 914 First National 
Bank Bldg., Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Stevenson, L. G., Washington, D. C. 

1886 

Cunningham, Samuel Howard, 1772 Willard 
St. N. W., Washington, D. C.; auditor, di- 
vision of accounts. Department of Agri- 
culture. 

Gallagher, Thomas Jones, 1321 Race St.. 
Denver, Colo.; Washington and Jefferson 
College, A. M.; professor of Laryngology, 
University of Denver; lAryngologist St. 
Luke's Hospital; now physician, 605 Cal- 
ifornia Bldg.. Denver. Colo. 

Hays, F. Charles, Pittsburg, Pa.; vice presi- 
dent Pittsburg Trust Co. 

Moorhead, William Paul, 911 New York Life 
Bldg.. Minneapolie. Minn. 

Noel, Henry Graves, 5065 McPherson Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo.; Princeton University, 1889. 
A. B.; vice president Noel -Young Bond & 
Stock Co., 304 N. Fourth gt., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Oliver, George Grant, "Elmwood,** Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.; director and general manager 
Hazel Atlas Glass Co.. Wheeling. 

Templeton Alexander Murdoch, 219 B. Wheel- 
ing St., Washington, Pa.; graduate Wash- 
ington and Jefferson College, 1888; Colum- 
bia law school; admitted to bar 1892; elect- 
ed district attorney for Washington county. 
Pa., 1898; now lawyer. 515-516 Washing- 
ton Trust Bldg., Washington, Pa. 

1887 

Acheson, George RItter, Shady Side, Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; lawyer. 

Kooser, Ernest O., Somerset, Pa.; graduate 
Washington and Jefferson College, 1890; 
admitted to bar 1892; served with Fifth 
regiment Pa. Vol. Inf. in Spanish -American 
war; now lawyer, Somerset. Pa. 

Love, Edwin M., 6537 Northumberland St., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; Sec'y and Treas. Bessemer 
C. & C. Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Wise, Charles Stockdale, 6018 Walnut St.,. 
Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer; 1116 Berger Bldg., 
Pittsburg. 

1888 

Rowand, Harry H., Verona, Pa,; second lieu- 
tenant Co. H. 18th regiment N. G. P.; now 
lawyer, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Wallace, Jr., Thomas Cushing, 1413 Pennsyl- 
vania Ave.. Allegheny. Pa.; physician. 

Wilson, H. G., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

1889 

Eastman. Henry, Merrittstown, Pa. 

Fisher, J. F., Beaumont, Tex. 

Gillette, Charles Austin, 617-619 Newhouse 
Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah; lawyer. 

Mevay, B. F., Washington, Pa.; graduate 
Washington, Pa., Law School, 1896. 

Nesbit, Harry James, 314 Fifth Ave.. Carne- 
gie, Pa.; captain Co. C 14th Pa. Vol. Inf.. 
Spanish-American war; now lawyer, 450 
Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

1890 

Hardy, S. J., DeSoto. Mo. 

Hodklnson, William Austin, 119 Crafton Ave.» 

Crafton, Pa.; physician, Keenan Bldg., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE. 



McClane, W. H., 548 S. Ninth St., San Jose, 
Cal.; fkniit grower. 

Myers, Harry Russell, 66 Acheson Ave., 
washlngrton. Pa.; graduate Washinsrton 
and Jefferson Collegre, 1898; admitted to 
bar 1897; lawyer, 820 Washingrton Trust 
Bldg., Washin^n, Pa. 

Smith, U. Grant, American Legation, Santi- 
ago, Chile; appointed second secretary of 
legation at Constantinople, 1903; third sec- 
retary of embassy at London, 1906; secre- 
tary of legation at Santiago, Chile, 1908; 
charge d'affaires from May 10, 1909. 



1891 

Crasten, Robert Morehouse, Victor, Colo.; 
mining. 

Orr, Samuel Johnson, 48 Shenango, Green- 
ville, Pa.; lawyer. 

Paul, Isaac Edward, Washington, Pa.; mem- 
ber firm of Paul & Post Hardware Co. 

Rowand, Asaph Terry, 6014 Center Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; electrical engineer. 



1892 

Aiken, Blaine, Washington, Pa.; first lieu- 
tenant 10th regriment Pa.; now lawyer, 
Washingrton, Pa. 

Craig, Mark Rodgers, 817 Pebbles St., Se- 
wickley. Pa.; lawyer and title officer of 
Potter Title & Trust Co., Berger Bldg., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Humphrey, R. N., Moundsville, W. Va. 

Love, Frank 8., Russelton, Pa.; general man- 
ager, Bessemer C. & C. Co., Russelton, Pa. 

Nesbit, James M., Maysvllle, Ky.; editor. 

White, Jr., Harry, Indiana, Pa.; assistant 
cashier Indiana Co. Deposit Bank. 

1893 

Blair, David, Wayne, Ave., Indiana, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Elwood, Jr., Robert David, Jones Ave.. Ve- 
rona. Pa.; lawyer, 426 Diamond St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

McDonald, John Nesbit, McDonald, Pa.; tel- 
ler. First National Bank, McDonald. Pa. 

Sutter, Herman M., Greensburg, Pa.; played 
Q.-B. on Princeton eleven in 1895. 

1894 

McKennan, James Wilson, 40 E. Maiden, 
Washington, Pa.; physician. 

RIchey, Walter N., North Side. Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

Voegtiy, Jacob John, 518 Fourth Ave., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; lawyer. 

1895 

Kuhn, William Clarence, Pittsburg. Pa.; ca- 
terer, with Rittenhouee, Highland Ave., 
Pittsburg. Pa. 

Mevay, James Charles Fulton, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

1896 

Carson, Glenn Peregrine, 519 E. Beau St.. 

Washington, Pa.; deputy prothonotary, 

Washington, Pa. 
Cummins, Robert Perry, Bellalre. Ohio; phy- 

sician 
Dole, George Vandeursen, 312 W Court St., 

Paris, 111.; director in Edgar County Na- 



tloal Bank; director in Paris Savings & 
Loan Association; director in Nelson Title 
& Trust Company; assistant city engineer, 
Paris. 111. 

Nelson, Thomas McDowell, 761 Philadelphia 
Ave., Chambersburg, Pa.; treasurer Cham- 
bersburg Shoe Mfg. Co. 

Rammelsberg, George Frederic, 16 W. 109th 
St.. New York City; lawyer. 

Robinson, Charles X., Parker, Pa.; merchant. 

Wallace, Ralph Sproul, Pittsburg, Pa.; law- 
yer. Fourth Ave.. Pittsburg. 

Wray, James Clement, Bellewood, Pa.; law- 
yer, 

1897 

Brittain, James Selwyn, Bakersfleld, Cal.; 

farming. 
Moore, Thomas, McKeesport, Pa. 
Morrow, John RItcheyson, Pittsburg, Pa.; 

with Westinghouse Electric Co. 
Van Hook, Wendell Alex., Pittsburg, Pa. 



1898 

Barner, George Stewart, 407 Des Moines St., 
Webster City. la.; graduate Washington 
and Jefferson College, 1903; graduate Dick- 
inson School of Law, 1906; now lawyer and 
city collector, Webster City. la. 

Eads, James TenBroeck, Paris, 111. 

GUI, Albert Garfield, 1108 Keeler Ave.. Bar- 
tiesviUe. Okla,; credit manager, Frick Reid 
Supply Co. 

McClane, John Albert, Washington, Pa.; coal 
operator. 

Theurer, William G., Washington. Pa.; man- 
ager National Telephone Co., Washington, 
Pa 

Wllil'amt, John H., Paris, IlL 



1899 

Love, Russell C, 832 Napoleon St., Johns- 
town. Pa.; president and general mana- 
ger F. S. Love Mfg Co., Johnstown. 

Mackey, James F., address unknown. 

McDowell, John Clendenin, 222 N. Main St., 
Chambersburg. Pa.; general bookkeeper. 
National Bank of Chambersburg. 

Parish, Robert Nevins, Paris, 111.; banker. 



1900 

Bray, George Garfield, Industry, Pa. 

Calvin, Carl B., Twelfth St.. Miles City, 

Mont.; real estate business; sec'y ana 

treas. Calvin Investment Co. 
Cunningham, Ralph Simmons, Chicago, 111. 
Dewhurst, Richard Miles, Pittsburg, Pa.; 

electrical engineer. Weetlnghouse Bldg., 

Pittsburg. 
Gessler, H. Harry, Indiana. Pa.; captain Bos- 
ton American League baseball club; major 

league baseball for seven years; physician, 

Indiana. Pa. 
Jones, John T., Paris. 111. 
McCarrel, William Alexander, Pittsburg, Pa.; 

with Westinghouse Electric Co.. Pittsburg. 
Oyier, Andrew Paul, Minneapolis, Minn.; 

with Minneapolis baseball club, American 

Association. 
Schrontz, Clark Asa, Washington, Pa.; dairy 

farm. 
Schrontz, John F., Washington, Pa.; dairy 

farm. 



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PH[ KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1901 

Braden, Earle Vance, "Woodsdale." Wheel- 
ing, W. Vat; graduate Washington and 
Jefferson College, 1903. as class president; 
assistant civil engineer Pennsylvania Lines, 
room 720 Union Station. Pittsburg, Pa. 
Fulton, A. J., Ross St., Tarentum, Pa.; grad- 
uate Washington and Jefferson College, 
1902; sec'y and treas. Tarentum Savings 
& Trust Co., TArentum, Pa- 
Otto, Jacob H., Wheeling, W. Va.; reporter 

on Wheeling "News." 
Ritchie, Maurice, 407 Philadelphia Ave.. 
Chambersburg, Pa.; graduate Washington 
and Jefferson College. 1905; student at 
Pennsylvania State College. 
Rodgert, John Bland; address unknown. 

1902 

Ash, Garrett Guy, 361 K. Main St., Bradford, 
Pa.; physician, 1 Main St., Bradford. Pa. 

Carr, Waiter Russell, Unlontown, Pa.; Wash- 
ington and Jefferson College, 1906, A. B.; 
delegate to G. A. C, Washington, D. C, 
1906; admitted to bar 1908; vice president 
and director Peabody Coal & Coke Co.. 
1908; now lawyer, member of firm of Carr 
& Carr, Unlontown, Pa. 

Donnan, William Charles, 42 E. Wheeling 
St., Washington, Pa.; civil engineer, Pitts- 
burg filtration plant. 311 N. St. Clair St., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Dunn, Allan Ross, Logansport, Ind.; railroad 
engineer. 

Hays, Robert Isaac, 417 Lincoln St.. Johns- 
town, Pa.; graduate Medical department. 
University of Pennsylvania, 1908; physi- 
cian, Johnstown, Pa. 

Hays, Robert, Isaac, 417 Lincoln St., Johns- 
town, Pa. ; assistant cashier. Cambria Steel 
Co., Johnstown. Pa. 

Letterman, William G., Ann Arbor. Mich.; 
dentist. 

Nelson, Robert Buchanan, Chambersburg. 
Pa.; with Nelson Shoe Co. 

Walsh, Winfield Scott, 1335 Beechvlew Ave.. 
Pittsburg, Pa.; graduate Washington and 
Jefferson College and Pittsburg Law 
School; lawyer, with firm of Reed, Smith, 
Shaw & Beal. 1027 Carnegie Bldg., Pitts- 
burg. Pa. 

Williams, Byron P.. Fast St. Louis, 111.; 
First National Bank Bldg. 

1903 

Acheson, Alexander Wilson. 105 K Maiden 
St.. Washington, Pa.; Student, Harvard 
law school. 

Hopwood, John Qaddis, X^niontown. Pa. 

McKnlght, Paul Crawford, 821 N. Negley 
Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.; Are and marine insur- 
ance; with Pittsburg Insurance Co., Com- 
monwealth Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Moffat, Jr., James David, 395 E. Maiden St., 
Washington. Pa.; civil engineer. Pennsyl- 
vania Lines West. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Schultz, Carl Donaldson, 325 Ridge Ave.. 
Washington, Pa.; assistant chief clerk to 
county commissioners, Washington. Pa. 

Skinner. Parker Ringel, Chambersburg. Pa.; 
junior archon of flrsl district. 1907-09; 
senior archon of first district. 1909; dele- 
gate to Democratic national convention at 
Denver, 1908; trans, to Pa. Zeta. 1906; 
now Instructor in Pennsylvania Soldier's 
Orphan Schools. 

Wicks, John Oliver, Bellevue, Pa.; student 
Harvard law school. 



1904 

Armstrong, IHenry Carter, 405 Oakland Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; Shadyside Academy; Wash- 
ington and Jefferson College; now with 
Carter Iron Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Forsythe, Raymond Dixon, Washington. Pa.; 
county engineer. Washington, Pa. 

H el nig, George O., R. F. D. No. 7, Wichita, 
Kan. 

ISMItcheli, Baird, 52 S. Main St., Washington 
Pa. 

Orr, Walter Serge r, East End. Pittsburg, 
Fa.; Insurance business. Commonwealth 
Bldg., Pittsburg. 



1905 

Brittaln, Berford, 21 Stanwood St., Crafton, 
Pa.; with Cooper-Hewitt Electric Co., Wa- 
bash Bldg., Pittsburg. 

Byers, William Claude, Mount Pleasant. Pa.; 
Washington and Jefferson College; student 
in agriculture, Pennsylvania State College. 

Forsythe, Robert Nelson, Washington, Pa. 

l-lartje, Richard H., Dunmoyle, Ore.; trans, 
to Pa. Iota; paper manufacturer, Dun- 
moyle, Ore. 

Parrett, Robert Allan, Washington C. H.. 
Ohio. 

Seaman, Jr., William H., Wilklnsburg, Pa. 

Taylor, Woodward M., Washington, Pa. 

Wicks, Eiverton l-l., Bellevue, Pa. 

Wolfe, Charles l-lormei, Washington. Pa. 



1906 

Evans, Frank Alexander, Wilklnsburg. Pa. 
Sargeant, Frank C, Irwin, Pa. 
Seaman, Philip Creese, Leetsdale. Pa. 
Smutz, Byron Scott. Connells\ille, Pa. 
Sprowls, John Seaman, Canonsburg, Pa. 



1907 

Bell. Richard Parker, 1325 Elk St., Franklin. 
Pa.; medical student at Cleve Homeopathic 
Medical College. 704 Huron Road. 

Dunn, John Harold, Washington, Pa. 

Gladden, Frank Reed, Lincoln Ave., McDon- 
ald. Pa.; Trans, to Ind. Delta. 

Jones, 'William Henry Fisk, Chaparal. Ariz.; 
gold mining, Jessie Mines Co. 

Schmidt, Carl Oscar, 184 Sixteenth St., 
Wheeling. W. Va».; Trans, to Va. Alpha. 

Storey, Douglas Doty, Johnstown, Pa. 

Wilcox, Charles Duncan, Wilklnsburg, Pa. 



1908 

Blackburn, James B., 4731 Bayard St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Holden. Guy Emerson, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Streator, Hugh Henry Hugh, Washington. 
Pa. 

Torrence, Arthur Hiidebrapd, Indiana, Pa. 

Torrence, Jr., James Munroe, Indiana, Pa. 



1909 

Crumrlne, Lucius McKenna, Washington, 

Pa. 
Curtis, Howard. Belmont. N. Y. 
Davidson, Jr., James Renwick, Connellsville, 

Pa. 
Hail, James Huston, Sheridanville, Pa. 
Linton, Edwin Scott. Washington, Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA BETA, 



ALLEGHENY COLLEGE. 

MEADVILLE. PENN. 

FOUNDED AUGUST 24, 1853. CHARTKR MEMBERS: B. R. 
BRATT, T. R. KENNEDY, JOSEPH J. McDOWELL, NELSON 
GREEN, WILLIAM B. HOLT, O. S. LONG, V. M. GREGG AND W. D. 
STEPHENS. 



1855 

NefT, John, 701 N. Carrol ton Ave., Balti- 
more, Md.; grad. Allegheny College, A. B., 
18S5; A. M., 1858; M. D., New York Uni- 
versity, 1858; physician. 

Shippen, Joseph, 1129 Eighteenth Ave., Se- 
attle, Wash.; grad. Harvard College, 1860; 
A. M., 1867; master In chancery, U. S. 
Circuit court, St, Louis; lawyer, 627 New 
York Block. 

1856 

Archbold, William Dana, 1421 Filmore St., 
Denver, Colo. 

DulT, Levi Bird, Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer, 
1016 Prick Bldg. 

Robblns, Ambrose Mason, Hotel New Am- 
sterdam, Cleveland, Ohio; retired. 

Stephens, John, Moundsville, W. Va.; retired 
minister. 

Williams, Dennis Hogan, Rochester, Minn. 

1857 

Brock, Sidney Gorham, Macon, Mo.; grad. 
Allegheny College, 1859; mayor of Macon 
three terms; attorney of Macon three 
terms; chief of bureau of statistics at 
Washington four years; lawyer and Jour- 
nalist. 

Flack, Junius Brutus, 518 Fourth Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Harmon, Luther, Brbcton, N. Y. 

Myers, William Alexander, Ishpeming, Mich. 

Patten, Henry Taylor, Warsaw, Mo. 

Thoburn, James Mills, 238 Locust St., Mead- 
ville, Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1857; 
retired bishop. 

1858 

Borland, Robert S., Mercer, Pa.; teacher 
eight years; member Erie Annual Confer- 
ence of the M. E. Church for nearly forty- 
two years; Methodist preacher. 

Grunder, Henry A., Woodson, 111.; lawyer. 

Knox, Samuel Budd' Page, 814 Anacapa St., 
Santa Barbara, Cal.; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Manselly Henry, Mussoorie, India; mission- 
ary. 

Norrls, Archie D., R. F. D. 2, Lebanon, 
Tenn. 

Phillips, John Wilson, St. Louis, Mo. 



1859 

Crowell, A. Q., R. F. D. 9, Corry, Pa.; 

farmer. 
Foisom, Paris Hill, Biltmore, N. C. 
Norrls, George, 71 Atlantic St., Jersey City, 

New Jersey. 
Patterson, Robert Howard, Augusta, Ohio. 
Smith, James Wilson, 677 N. Main St.. 

Meadville, Pa. ; lawyer. 



1860 

BIrchard, Henry C, Townvllle, Pa.; physi- 
cian. 

Greer, David Rilev, R. F. D. No. 3, New 
Castle, Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1862, 
A. B. ; A. M., 1865; preaching, teaching, 
farming and stock raising. 

Hatch, John L., Corry, Pa. 

Hickman, Adam Clark, 1229 S. E. Seventh 
St., Minneapolis, Minn.; professor of law, 
University of Minnesota. 

LIndsey, Anthony James, Sherman, N. Y. 

Martin, George W., Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Miller, Noble Grand, Blairsville. Pa.; min- 
ister. 

Mills, James Robinson, Alliance, Ohio. 

PIckard, Alonzo C, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Taylor, Isaac Newton, cor. Park Ave. and 
North St., Meadville, Pa.; asst. surgeon, 
145th Regt. P. v., 1862-65; physician- and 
surgeon. 

Ward, WillKam A., Senecaville, Ohio. 



1861 

Amos, John Major, 233 N. Ninth St., Cam- 
bridge, Ohio; superintendent of schools; 
lawyer; editor Cambridge Daily Jeffer- 
sonian. 

Bisseil, Hiram, Tama City, la.; farmer. 

Butterfield, Henry J., Erie, Pa.; lawyer. 

Chase, George A., Titusville, Pa.; lawyer. 

Craft, Amos N., Youngstown, Ohio. 

Cummings, Edwin B., Indianapolis, Ind.; 
president Universal Voting Machine Co. 

Davis, S. W., McKeesport, Pa.: minister. 

Elliott, James B., Franklin, Pa.; dentist. 

Johnson, A. C, Ben Avon, Pa.: minister. 

McKay, David T., Black Ash, Pa. 

Mechem, Carlo C, Ottawa, Kan. 

Miller, George Q., Rosedale, Pa. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FKATERNITY. 



Stubbs, Robert Newton, Cattaraugus, N. Y.; 
grad. Allegheny College, 1863; minister In 
M. £. Church. 

1862 

Bales, Marlon TImberlake, Buffalo, N. Y. 
DeFrance, Hugh M., La Junta, Colo. 
McBrlde, William H., Connellsyille, Pa. 
McKelv^, William H., Sixth Ave. between 

Smlthneld and Grant Sts., Pittsburg, Pa«; 

physician. 
Munger, H. H.» Cleveland, Ohio. 
Weaver, James Riley, 904 College Ave., 

Greencastle, Ind.; professor of political 

science, DePauw University. 

1863 

Arter. Frank A., 8522 Euclid Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; president of board of trustees, 
Allegheny College; retired. 

Bonnlfleld, E. R., Beloit, Kan. 

Buzick, Ira C., Des Moines, la. 

Chalfant, Chads. Duncan, 810 E. Kent St., 
Streator, III.; grad. Mt. Union College, A. 
B., 1866; Western Reserve Medical, M. D., 
1866; physician and surgeon. 

Crossland, A. J., Fayette county. Pa. 

Hamilton, Alvah Flint, Granville, Ohio. 

Huffman, D. Clark, McKeesport, Pa.; phy- 
sician. 

Lewis, Wenman A., 96 Diamond St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; lawyer, 1507 Machesney Bldg. 

McCall, E. Hudson, Malvern, Ohio. 

McChesney, Ed S., 172Vi Terrace St, Janes- 
vllle, wis. ; minister. 

Riley, Milton B., Richmond, Ohio. 

Simpson, John A., 2115 N. Tremont St., 
Kansas City, Kan.; president Baker Uni- 
versity, 1880-84; minister in Kansas Con- 
ference, Methodist Episcopal Church, since 
1867. 

1864 

Beazell, B. F., N. End M. E. Church, Alle- 
gheny, Pa.; minister. 

Chadwick, Miles Bond, 140 E. Broadway, 
Owatonna, Minn.; municipal judge of 
Owatonna City; probate Judge Steele 
county; auditor Steele county: now law- 
yer. 

Hi^hieyman, 8. L., Westminster PI., St. 
Liouis, Mo. 

Hunter, Leon Idas H.; address unknown; 
lawyer 

PInney, James I., 2099 E. 96th St., Cleveland, 
Ohio; retired. 

Smith, A. J., Rio Janiero, Brazil; coffee 
grower. 

1865 

Armstrong, George Alexander, Canton, Mo. 
Burclay, Henry Augustus, 2977 Roxbury St., 

Los Angeles, Cal.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha; 

admitted to bar, 1871: lawyer, member 

firm of Munson & Barclay, 600-602 Frost 

building. 
Folk, C. W.; address unknown. 
Seaver, R. Well, Columbus, Pa.; physician. 
Smith, H. E., Saegertown, Pa.; physician. 
Steadman, N. R., Melbourne, Australia; 

banker. 
Wilson, Corvin V., Pittsburg, Pa.; minister, 

Beechwood Blvd. ^and Hazelwood Ave. 

1866 

Cable, John Welty, Hagerstown, Md. 

Colter, J. P., Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa.; 
lawver 

Keatiey,* Frank Graham, Strattonville, Pa. 

McCreary, Edward Davis, 2441 Russell St., 
Berkeley, Cal.; grad. Mt. Union College, 
Ph.D.; D. D., Alegheny College; soldier 



in Civil war; Methodist minister; district 
superintendent. i 

McKelvey, J. W., Swls^ale, Pa. 

Santley, William R., Wellington, Ohio; lum- 
ber merchant. 

1867 

Eldon, James, Shippensburg, Pa.; grad. Al- 
legheny College, 1871, A. B. and A. M.: 
Lefayette College, Ph.D., 1889; principal 
Dickinson College Preparatory School; 
principal State Normal School, Lock Ha- 
ven, Pa., 1887-1900; professor mathematics 
State Normal School since 1901. 

Ferris, George S., Wllkesbarre, Pa. 

Livingston, Alfred T., Jamestown, N. Y.; 
physician. 

Lowman, John H.. 348 Prospect St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; physician. 

Moody, O. A., Palnesvllle, Ohio. 

Taylor, George H., Warren. Ohio. 

Wright, J. E., California, Pa. 

1868 

McClintock, John Oliver, 473 Walnut St., 
Meadville, Pa.; lawyer. 

Mcintyre, John W., M. E. Church, West 
Washington, Pa.; minister. 

Wilson, James F., 308 Euclid Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

1869 

Marvin, Frank Oiln, 1603 Massachusetts, 
Lawrence, Kan.; dean School of Engineer- 
ing, University of Kansas. 

McClintock, Wllburn, 177 Euclid Ave.. Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Ong, Albert L., Martins Ferry, Ohio. 

Simpson, Samuel S., Roscoe, Ohio; formerly 
president Richmond College. 

Weeks, Frank P., Allegheny, Pa. 

1870 

Knox, Wesley L., Evanston, III.; loans. 908- 
138 Chamber or Commerce Bldg., Chicago, 
Illinois. 

Jameson, Albert L., Warren, Ohio. 

Thompson, James M., 307 Husterd Bldg., 
Kansas City, Kan. 

1871 

George, Jr., James, Bradford, Pa.; lawyer. 

Lewis, Arthur J., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 

Mllllkin, Benjamin L., 8021 Euclid Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; A. B., Allegheny College, 
1874; A. M., 1887; M. D., University of 
Pennsylvania, 1879; resident staif, Hos- 
pital of the University of Pennsylvania, 
1879-80; the Children's Hospital, Philadel- 

Ehla, 1880-81; resident surgeon. Will's Eye 
[ospltal, 1881-82; opthalmic surgeon. 
Charity Hospital. 1884; Lakeside Hospital, 
1893; professor of ophthalmology, medical 
department. Western Reserve University, 
.since 1893. 
Monroe, James D. ; address unknown. 
Stanton, Irving, Balti, Conn. 

1872 

Robinson, Edwin B., Dauphin, Pa. 

1873 

Cobern, Camden McCormick, 360 N. Main 
St., Meadville, Pa.; professor of the Eng- 
lish Bible and philosophy of religion, Alle- 
gheny College. 

Hapgood, George William, 6 S. Elm St., 
warren. Ohio; trans, to Kan. Alpha. 



ALLEGHENY COLLEGE. 



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8mallwood, W. T., Erie, Pa.: banker. 
Wilson, Austin, Thompson, Ohio. 
Wilson, Edward B., Nottingham, Ohio. 

1874 

Alien, Walter Ozlas, Tabor, la.; instructor, 

Tabor College, 
l-lelmbaugh, 6. L., Woodcock, Pa. 
Huffman, George Howard, wakeman. Pa.; 

minister. 
Loomis, Charles W.; address unknown. 
Miller, Christian A.; address unknown. 
Sherred, Alfred, Meadville, Pa. 

1876 

Hume, David W., Benson City, Minn. 
White, Elliott Sansom, 29 N. College. Wash- 
ington, Pa.; pastor. First M. E. Church. 

1876 

Armstrong, William J., Kane, Pa.; physi- 
cian. 

Bates, Arthur La ban. The Cochran, Wash- 
ington, D. C; congressman, 25th district, 
Pennsylvania. 

Coiegrove.. Albert Ernest. 10524 Elgin Ave., 
N. E., Cleveland, Ohio; instructor in Latin, 
Allegheny College; professor of Latin, 
Baker University; principal Bradford, 
Pa., high school; teacher, department of 
commerce, Glenville high school. 

Coiegrove, Lawrence W., Lima, N. Y.; 
farmer. 

Cornweli, William B., Morgan, Tex.; farmer. 

Craig, J. W., Baxter Springs, Neb.; lawyer. 

Elgin, George L., Greendale, Pa. 

Fleming, R. K., 217 Station St., Pittsburg, 
Pennsylvania. 

Miner, George Sullivan, Foochow, China; 
grad. Allegheny College, 1880; missionary 
of the M. E. Church. 

Newell, Amos J., Champaign, HI.; grad. 
Rush Medical College, 1892; Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1880; physician; manager University 
Sanitarium. 

Wilson, William Clayton. 251 W. 87th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; grad. Allegheny 
College. 1880; lawyer; claims attorney, D., 
L. & W. R, R.. 90 West St. 

1877 

Farrah, Jefferson A., Dickinson, N. D. 

Gieason, William Stone, Johnsonburg, Pa.; 
president city council three years; post- 
master; president J. Weiss Co.; president 
Arcade Hardware Co. 

Grant, Weldon Pollock, 105 Oak St., Lodi, 
Cal.; pastor, Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Kahle, Albert Wesley, 585 Elmwood Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y.; physician. 

Shelitto, Arthur Maniv, Sioux Falls, S. D.; 
state agent and adjuster. Continental In- 
surance Co. of New York. 

Tieste, Louis Edward, 6 Lafayette Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; physician. 

1878 

Beyer, William McKee, Altoona, Pa.; city 
solictor of Altoona, 1883-86; lawyer. 

Calder, George O., 424 5th Ave., Pittsburg, 
Pa.; lawyer. 

Culver, Reuben Dillon, Veedersburg, Ind.; 
president and general manager, Wabash 
Clay Co. 

Ford, Simpson Stephen, 1945 B. 90th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; lawyer; Judge of the 
Court of Common Pleas, court house. 



Harpar, Charles Bennit, 16 West St., Akron, 

Ohio; manager and treasurer the Harper 

Drug Co. 
Heiner, Daniel B., Butler, Pa.; congressman, 

1892, from 53rd district. 
SIggins, James B., 906 W. First, Oil City, 

Pa.; physician and surgeon. 

1879 

Andrews, Alfred; address unknown. 

Compton, Millard Fillmore, 1000 Juliana St., 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; pastor First M. 
E. Church. 

Everett, Charles Edward, 711 Elberon Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio; professor of medical 
Jurisprudence in Laura Memorial Women's 
Medical College, 1896-1902; lawyer, Carlisle 
building. 

King, William 8., Ashtabula, Ohio. 

Robinson, Charles P., 110 Diamond St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Taylor, T. H., Chandlersville, Ohio; minister. 

1880 

Bole, Robert C, Jackson, Cal.; lawyer. 

Hoskins, Robert Dimon, 904 Fourth St., Bis- 
marck. N. D.; clerk state Supreme court 
since 1889. 

Morgan, Frank H.; address unknown. 

1881 

Black, R. B., Christ Church. New Zealand. 
Currle, Frank M., Sargeant, Neb.; ex-state 

senator; stockman. 
Deane, Charles WInslow, 2676 Main St., 

Bridgeport, Conn.; supt. of public schools. 
Everett, Willis Mead, 6 Gillette, Atlanta, 

Ga.; lawyer, 1001-3 Empire Bldg. 
Ford, William J., Richmond, Ohio. 
Hoag Wilson. Denver, Colo. 
Hotchkiss, Walter William, 195 Forest Ave., 

Jamestown, N. Y.; oculist and aurist, 121 

Main St. 
Mason, Samuel R., Goldfleld, Nev. 
Smith, Slon B., 192 Sprague Ave., Bellevue, 

Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1886, A. B.; 

A. M„ 1889; admitted to bar, 1889; lawyer, 

450 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg. 
Stoner, Harry K., Berlin, Pa.; coal operator. 
Wade, Frank Carroll, 2216 E. 93rd St.. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

1882 

Benedict, Charles W., Alvln, Tex.; farmer. 
Cooper, Albert Thomas, 1033 Fifth Ave., 

Cedar Rapids, la.; lawyer, 811 Security 

Savings Bank Bldg. 
Frederick, E. H., Washington, Pa. 
Lane, Fred A., Lanes Mills, Pa. 
Livingston, Evan Lewis, Braddock, Pa.; 

manufacturing. 
MacQueen, Qienroie, Moores Hill, Ind.; 

Presbyterian evangelist and pastor. 
Ong, O. B., Smithfleld, Ohio. 

1883 

Brown, Sherman J., Washington, D. C; 
clerk, treasury department. 

Croasman, John Darwin, 29 P. I. Bldg., 
Seattle, Wash.; U. S. Signal service. 

Davis, James D., Tionesta, Pa. 

Free, George P., New PaynesviUe, Minn. 

Haskins, Charles Homer, 15 Prescott Hall, 
Cambridge, Mass.; professor of history 
and dean of the graduate school of arts 
and sciences. Harvard University. 

Scott, Charles Tracy, Mayville, N. Y. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1884 

Beck» Wliilam Christian, P. O. Box 26. Rock- 
ville, Md.; erauA. Allegheny College, 1885; 
U. S. Weather Bureau, 1885-90; U. S. P. O. 
department, office second asst. postmaster 
general, 18B0 to date. 

Orr. Lyie W., Mercer, Pa.; trans, to Pa. 
Alpha; deputy clerk of courts, Mercer 
county, 1888-94; asst. cashier state treas- 
ury of Pennsylvania, 1894-1900; treasurer 
Mercer County Trust Co., 1900-09; presi- 
dent Fredonla National Bank; treasurer 
Reznor Mfg. Co. 

Shaw, Frank Herald, Canal Dover, Ohio; 
real estate and insurance. 

1885 

Anderson, J. Robert, Parkersburg, W. Va. 
BIystone, Mantello Eugane, 308 Broadway, 

New York City, N. Y.; medicine. 
Clark, Homer Jackson, 383 Wyandotte Ave., 

Columbus, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Alpha; 

chief clerk, railway mall service. 
Corrin, William Hudson, 409 W. Second St., 

Oil City, Pa.; electrical engineer. 
Hill, W. F., 208 Penn St., Huntingdon, Pa.; 

president the Grange Trust Co. 
Laffer, Cornelius Callender, 873 Liberty St., 

MeadviUe. Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 

1889; medical department. University of 

Pennsylvania, 1893; physician. 
Williamson, Beriah E., 164 Grant Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; political editor, Columbus 

News. 

1886 

* 

Bray, Frank Chapin, Chautauqua, .N. Y.; 
grad. Wesleyan College, 1890; editor. 
Shield, 1898-99; newspaper work; manag- 
ing editor, Chautauqua Press, 23 Union 
Square, New York City 

Cattern, Frank Addison, 238 West St., Los 
Angeles, Cal.; lawyer. 

Hersperger, Edward A., Bryce, New Mexico. 

Porter, John Lupher, "Lyndhurst," Beech- 
wood Blvd., Pittsburg, Pa.; president 
Union Storage Co. 

Twining, William Stanton, 160 W. Coulter 
St., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.: chief 
engineer, Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co., 
820 Dauphin St. 

1887 

Barrett, Harry McWhIrter, 33rd and Broad- 
way, Pueblo, Colo.; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege. 1890, A. B. and A. M.; teacher; prin- 
cipal, Pueblo high school, district No. 20, 
since 1903. 

Ellsworth, Wilfred Watson, 19 Genesee Ave., 
Binghamton, N. Y.; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1888; admitted to bar, 1891: lawyer. 

Gallagher, Frank L., 519 Parade St., Erie, 
Pa.; treasurer Modem Tool Co. 

Silliman, Joseph Warren, 2615 X. 29th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1889; civil engineer, department of 
bridges, city of Philadelphia. 



1888 

Baldwin, Albert LeSeuer, W^ashington, D. 
C; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

Eighmy, Lee Wells, 27 St. James PI., Buf- 
falo, N. Y.; c. e. asst. engineer, depart- 
ment public works, Buffalo. 

Miller, Clarence L., St. Louis, Mo.; care St. 
Louis Stamping Co. 

Snyder, Cyrus B., North Bloomfleld, Ohio. 



1889 

Barnes, Arthur, 1437 Rockland Ave., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; engineer of construction, Mc- 
Clintlc Marshall Construction Co. 

Bates, Walter Irving, 572 Randolph St.. 
Meadville, Pa.; editor Tribune-Republican. 

Haskell, Fred Miles, Pleasantville. Pa.; with 
Haskell Bros. Co. 

Haskell, William Aretos, Pleasantville. Pa. 

Hatch, Phillip Luther, Coudersport, Pa. 

Miller, Edward Everett, 203 Arlington, 
Youngstown, Ohio; lawyer, member firm of 
Miller & Huxley, 422-425 Dollar Bank BIdg. 

Scofieid, William Henry, Mayville, N. Y.; 
lawyer. 

Porter, William Edgar, 320 S. Highland Ave.. 
Pittsburg, Pa.; secretary and general man- 
ager Wooley Furnace Co., Union Bank 
building. 

Youngson, William Wallace, 291 N. Grove St., 
East Orange, N. J.; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1891; Drew Theologic<\l Seminary, 
1895, B. D.; A. B. and A. M.. Allegheny 
College; D. D., 1906; pastor Park Avenue 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

1890 

Austin, Shirley Plumer, 240 4th Ave.. Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; broker, Pittsburg Stock Ex- 
change. 

Brown, Manly Orr, 364 Walnut St.. Meadville. 
Fa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1891; instruc- 
tor. Hall Institute, three years; admitted to 
bar, 1896; city solicitor, 1906; lawyer. 
Church Bldg. 

Daniels, Warren Stoneman, 1378 Ogden St., 
Denver. Colo.; investments, 405-8 Symes 
Bldg. 

Derby, George Gordon, 607 Raton Ave.. La 
Junta, Colo.; general yardmaster, A., T. & 
S F R R 

LefTingweil, Wallace Cecil, 218 State St.. 
Sharon, Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1892; 
lawyer. 

Murphy, Frank Hugh, Butler, Pa.; oil and 
banking business. 

Plummer, Ralph Walter, navy department, 
Washington, D. C; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege. 1893; Lake Forest I'niversity. 1897; 
New York Polyclinic, 1898; Heidelberg Uni- 
versity. 1899; entered medical corps, navy, 
1899; surgeon. U. S. navy. 

Porter, James Bennett, care Marlborough, 
East Orange, N. J.; superintendent Impe- 
rial Stopper Co., 48 Spring St., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

1891 

Anderson, George Breckenrldge, 66 Worth 
St., New York City. N. Y. 

Luse, Charles H., Carmichaels, Pa.; lawyer. 

Parker, Thomas Uric; address unknown. 

Pickard, Ray Fiagg, 312 Crossman St.. James- 
town. N. Y.; lawyer, 6 E. Third St., James- 
town. N. Y. 

Reed, Edwin Downing, 425 Turner St., Au- 
burn. Me.; civil engineer. 

1892 

Arthur, Urich N., Bridgeville, Pa.; civil en- 
gineer. 
Hill, John Sturgeon, Candor. Pa.; surgeon. 
IVIcElroy, Fred W., Smlthport. Pa. 
IMurray, Oliver Edwin, Rochelle, 111. 

1893 

Bardwell, Stoddard Wliilam, Crenshaw, Pa.; 
lihysician. 



ALLEGHENY COLLEGE. 



11 



Harrop, Harry Stewart, 431 South Ave., 
Wilkinsburg, Pa.; civil and mine engineer, 
member firm of Harrop, Hopkins & Taylor, 
900 Lewis Block. 

Hogg, Herman B., Jackson Heights, Parkers- 
burg. W. Va. 

Strattan, Custer Ferguson, Strattanvllle, Pa.; 
oil and gas business. 

Thornton, Arthur W., 718 Vi 5th Ave., Mc- 
Keesport. Fa. 

1894 

Agan, T. W., Edinboro, Pa. 

Cole, Howard M., Austin, Tex.; care Sun 
Oil Co. 

Curtis, Stellman W., S. Pablo Ave., Oakland, 
California. 

Hllller, Joseph, West Middlesex, Pa.; physi- 
cian. 

James, Thomas E., Braddock, Pa. 

Jones, Arthur David, 327 S. Highland Ave., 
Pittsburg. Pa.: auditor's office. B. ft L. E. 
R. R., 1419 Carnegie BIdg. 

Mayers, Andrew Jay, Hubbard, Ohio; cashier 
the Hubt>ard Banking Co.; president the 
Hubbard Foundry Co. 

Pickett, Charles W., Allegheny. Pa. 

Reeder, Charles Joseph, 210 State St., Car- 
thage, N. Y.; cashier National Exchange 
Bank. 

Ryan, T. M., McLallen's Comers, Pa. 

Sargeant, Gaston, Paris. France. 

Smith, Walter F., Goshen. Ind. 

Stewart, Harry Sidney, 1060 Amsterdam Ave.. 
New York City, N. Y.; grad. Allegheny 
College. A. B., 1897; LL. B., New York 
Law School. 1899; lawyer, 165 Broadway. 

Ungro, Lee, W., Braddock, Pa. 

Van camp, Clyde Frank, Girard, Pa.; lumber. 

1895 

Appleyard, Albert Edward, 29- Foote Ave.. 
Jamestown, N. Y.; asst. cashier Farmers 
and Mechanics Bank. 

Colter, J. Edward, Pittsburg, Pa.; business, 
317 House Bldg. 

Lewis, Joseph Brown, 1 Penn Ave., Turtle 
Creek, Pa.; chief tester, Universal Port- 
land Cement Co., Pittsburg. 

Stackpole, Elbrldge Greer, Jacksonville, Fla.; 
grad. Allegheny College, 1896; superintend- 
ent of mails. 

Tonkin, Wade H., Oil City. Pa. 

1896 

Appleyard, Francis Joseph, 5 Crane St., 
Jamestown. N. Y. : supt. textile business. 

Hawkins, Glen, 178 Remsen St., Brooklyn, 
New York. 

Walt, Joseph O., 8 South Park Row., Erie. 
Pennsylvania. 

1897 

Cuibertson, Andrew Augustus. 539 W. Eighth 
St., Erie. Pa.; president Cuibertson Coal 
Co., Downing Bldg. 

Ellsworth, Elber J.; address unknown; law- 
yer. 

Hatch, Charles Milton, 662 W. Eighth St., 
Erie. Pa.; grad. Allegheny College. 1901; 
treasurer and manager, Erie Traction Co. 

Hunter, Harold W., Blaine, Wash. 

Knox, Frank A., 1119 36th Ave., Seattle, 
Washington. 

May, Albert John, cor. 6th and EHm Sts., 
Reading. Pa.; grad. Allegheny College, 1901, 
A. B.; A. M., Syracuse University, 1902; 
instructor In zoology. Syracuse University, 
1902-04; head department of physics, boys' 
high school. 



Prindle, Jr., James P., 205 Main St.. Batavla, 
m.; salesman, U. S. Wind Engine & Pump 
Co. 

Waid, Addison C, 5902 Hough Ave.. Cleve- 
land, Ohio; grad. Allegheny College, 1901; 
Cleveland Law School, 1904; admitted to 
bar, 1904; lawyer and real estate, 614 Will- 
iamson Bldg. 

1898 

Hopkins, Howard Corwin, 2337 Fargo St.. 
Los Angeles, Cal.; civil engineer. 

Long, James L., New Castle, Pa.; care Car- 
negie Steel Co. 

McQunnlgle, James, Box 381, Tonopah, Nev.; 
trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Morrow, S. John, 94 N. Gallatin Ave., Union- 
town, Pa.; lawyer. 

Thomas, Joseph, Union City, Pa. 

Walther, Jr., Philip, MeadviUe, Pa.; pharma- 
cist. 

1899 

Anderson, John Z., Sour Lake, Tex. 

Brady, James Albert, 1464 Westwood Ave.. 
Lakewood. Ohio; general agent. Midland 
Life Insurance Co., 312 Citizens Bldg.. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Carr, Osslan Elmer, Manila, Philippine Is- 
lands; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

Craig, Eugene Farbis, 501 Market St.. Wa^:- 
ren. Ohio; bank teller. 

Leffingwell, Roy Donald, Hartford. Ohio. 

Lord, Lewis Laurence, Jr., Meadville, Pa.; 
plumber outfitting shop. Chestnut St. 

Shatto, Otis Bryant, Weldin, Ohio. 

1900 

Colegrove, Dana Crelghton. "The Rectory," 
York, Neb.; Episcopal minister. 

Elder, George Alfred, Saybrook, Pa. 

Howard, Frank W., 328 N. Negley Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; trans, to Pennsylvania 
Iota; grad. University of Pennsylvania, 
1905; secy. Enameled Metals Co., 61 Bridge 
St., Etna, Pa. 

Mook, Roy Harrison, 509 N. Pennsylvania, 
Roswell, New Mexico; oil business. 

Piatt, Royal E., Youngstown, Ohio. 

Van.Orsdale, Lynn Frederick, Kane, Pa. 

1901 

Burton, Howard B., 341 Cummins Ave., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Crawford, John Raymond, Meadville, Pa.; 
teacher of Latin and Greek. 

PIckard, John Philip, Brookville, Pa. 

Scott, Clifford J., Uniontown Pa. 

Wilson, Robert Forrest, 5 Gladys Ave., Lake- 
wood, Ohio; New York correspondent for 
Cleveland Press. 

1902 

Ashley, Herman, Machlas, N. Y.; physician. 

Burise, Arthur Washington; address un- 
known. 

Qieason, Walter William, Johnsonburg, Pa.; 
forest engineer, N. Y. and Pa. Paper & 
Pulp Co. 

Nelson, J. Gayle, 612 N. Fulton St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Sturtevant, Watkin Powell, 90 West St., 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer. 

Yard, Harry Bradford, Erie, Pa.; trans, to 
New York Beta; actor. 

1903 

Baker, Frank Elmer, 467 Broadway, Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; graduate student. Harvard 
University. 



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Birk, Arthur W., Cassville, Wis.; trans, to 

Ohio Alpha. 
Comfort, Albert Wllklns, 111 Comstock St., 

Pittsburg, Pa.; principal of High School, 

Swissvale, Pa. 
Qooge, Charles M.» Johnsonburg, Pa. 
McClintock, Walter John, Walnut St., 

Iif6advlll6 Pa. 
MitcheH, Paul, Washington, D. C. 

1904 

Christie, Clare L., Corry, Pa.; lawyer. 

Fish, Fernando Tempie; address unknown; 
civil engineer. 

Horner> Jr., Simpson Wesley, 6231 Laurens 
St., Qermantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; sales- 
man, wholesale lumber, 908 Crozer Bldg.; 
trans, to New Hampshire Alpha. 

Jelbart, Thomas Joseph, Fifth St., Renovo, 
Pa.; clerk, Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 

Kennedy, Maxwell Earl. 658 S. Bonnie Brae 
St., Los Angeles, Cal.; trans, to Ohio 
Delta; bookkeeper, National Bank of Cali- 
fornia. 

Klghtilnger, Ralph Blaine, 314 Delaware 
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.; civil engineer, Penn- 
sylvania Railroad. 

La Bounty, Francis, 606 N. Maine St., Mead- 
viUe, Pa.; instructor of Greek and English. 

Miller, Benjamin Franklin, Warren Savings 
Bank Bldg., Warren, Pa.; State Highway 
Department. 

Miller, Frank Purl, 407 Prospect St., Mead- 
ville. Pa.; general manager McCrosky 
Reamer Co. 

McLaughlin, Frank Harry, 569 N. Main St., 
MeadviUe, Pa. ; editor and manager "The 
Pennsylvania Farmer." 

Nelson, Hugh Meivin, 120 Dawson, Kane, 
Pa.; P. B. delegate to G. A. C, Denver, 
1908; captain baseball, Allegheny College, 
1906-07; member football team, Allegheny 
College, 1904-07; basketball team, 1906-07; 
end on All Phi Psi football team, 1907; 
civil engineer, care of chief engineer. 
Maintenance of Way, C. B. & Q. R. R., 
Lincoln, Neb. « 

1906 

Oarrow, Floyd L., 108 Fairmount Ave., 
Jamestown, N. Y.; grad. Allegheny Col- 
lege, 1906, A. B.; teacher, physics, high 
school. 

Kelster, John Ridinger, Walnut and Fifth 
Sts., Irwin, Pa. 

Miller, Ralph Erskine, Willow St., Mount 
Pleasant Pa 

Trego, Albert C., 1047 Fifth Ave., New York 
City, N. Y.; trans, to New York Alpha. 

Walker, Ralph Ward, 3531 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 



1906 

Boyd, Reuben Earl, 629 Spruce St., Irwin, 

Pennsylvania. 
Broadbent, John Howard, 250 Wilson Ave., 

Beaver, Pa. 
Cravner, William Charles, 3216 Humboldt 

Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; assL pastor, 

Hennepin Ave. Methodist Church. 
Crowe, Edward Francis, Conneautville, Pa. 
Duerr, Phillip William, comer Fourth and 

Main Sts., Pueblo, Colo. 
Fixel, William Gustaf, R. F. D. No. 5, Mead- 

ville Pa. 
Gahan, James Reld, 31 S. Perry St., Titus- 

ville. Pa. 
Hull. Harold H., Greenville, Pa., lawyer. 
Skellle, Fred Albert, Findley Lake, N. Y. 



1907 

Craig, William Benjamin, 501 E. Market St., 

Warren, Ohio. 
Kennedy, Edwin Paul, 1006 Brushton Ave., 

Pittsburg Pa. 
MacDonald,' C. Paul, Whitney, Pa. 
Over, William George, 621 Dawson, Kane, 

Pennsylvania. 
Piper, Joseph DuShane, Derry, Pa. 
Price, Horreii H., 682 Oak St., Irwin, Pa.; 

with Carnegie Steel Co., Mingo Junction, 

Ohio. 
Riblet, Harry Qalilard, 144 E. Eighth St., 

Erie, Pa. 
White, Charles Mortland, 1710 Manor Ave., 

McKeesport, Pa. 

1908 

Abbott, Wesley Ernest, Sugar Grove, Pa. 
George, Roland Jones, Saegertown, Pa. 
Gorham, Ira.Bovden, 1779 Knox Ave. So., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
McKay, Paul, Walnut St., Meadville, Pa. 
Peterson, Leo Leroy, 236 Biddle St., Elane, 

Pennsylvania. 
SIngley, G. Lloyd, Meadville, Pa.; trans, to 

New York Epsilon. 

1909 

Akerson, George Edward, 2927 First Ave. S., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Apple, Elmer Albert, 839 Liberty St., Mead- 
ville, Pa. 

Hendricks, Charles Seaton, Bolivar, Pa. 

KIghtiinger, Carl Ridle, Meadville, Pa. 

McKay, Evans, Meadville, Pa. 

McNuIty, Charles Grover, Conneautville, Pa. 

More, Carl Newton, 11 Batavia Ave., Ba- 
tavla. III. 



PENNSYLVANIA GAMMA. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY. 

LEWISBURG. PA. 

NAME OF UNIVERSITY CHANGED IN 1887 FROM ' ' UNIVERSITY 
OF LEWISBURG" TO ''BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY." CHAPTER 
FOUNDED JUNE 26, 1855, BY LEWIS K. EVANS, HENRY G. CLAY, 
JOSEPH J. LANE, JOSEPH G. BURCHINAL, WILLIAM S. WOOD 
AND WILLIAM H. YERKES. 



1855 

Chamberlain, Thomas, 429 W. Stafford, Ger- 
mantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; Universities 
of Heidelberg and Berlin, 1859-61; captain 
Co. D. Fifth Penn. Reserve, 1861-62; major 
and lieutenant-colonel 150th Penn. Vol., 
1862-64; insurance broker. 424 Walnut St. 

Fries, George W., Friendship, N. Y. 

Hayes, Alfred, Lewisburgi Pa.; member of 
Pennsylvania Legrislature, 1877-78 and 
1889-90; admitted to bar, 1860; lawyer. 

Jacobs, Francis W., 220 Broadway, New 
York City. 

McLeod, George Ingaiis, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Taylor, DeWTtt Clinton, 636 Washington 
Ave., Tyrone, Pa.; retired. 

Wood, W. 8., New Geneva, Pa. 

1856 

Cooper, J. D., Centerville, Ala. 
Finn, John Mustin, CoatesviUe, Pa. 
Finn, William Henry, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Hagy, Joseph Albert; address unknown; 

physician. 
Richmond, Theodore, 657 McCallin Ave., 

Chattanooga, Tenn.; lawyer. 

1867 

Chamberlain, John Wesley, Lake Jessup, 

Fla. 
Crawford, Richard Fruit, 632 College Ave., 

Santa Rosa, Cal.; admitted to bar, 1860; 

member House of Representatives; Judge 

of Supreme Court 6 years; now lawyer. 
Orwig, Samuel Henry, Harrisburg, Pa.; 

member State Legislature, 1863-65; 29th 

Regt. Penn. Vols.; lawyer. 
Wolverton, Slm.on P., Sunbury, Pa.; 1 term 

in Pennsylvania State Senate; member of 

Congress from Pennsylvania, 1890-91; 

lawyer. 

1868 

Chamberlln, R. H., R. F. D. No. 5, Bloom- 

ington, Ind. 
Furman, Adoniram Judson, R. F. D., Ve- 

netia. Pa. ; minister. 
Hawn, Abram DeHart, 160 N. Franklin St., 

Delaware, Ohio; grad. Bucknell Univer- 



sity. 1859; pastor Emeritus First Presby- 
terian Church. 

Kinsports, Porter, Cherry Tree, Pa,; presi- 
dent First National Bank. 

Nesbit, David Montgomery, 1784 Lamont 
St. N. W., Washington, l3. C; real estate 
manager, Mt. Ranler Co., Mt Ranier, Md. 

Quigley, J. B., Lock Haven, Pa. 

Wilson, G. P., 724 E. Sixteenth St.. Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; formerly district attorney of 
Minnesota; lawyer. 

1869 

Balbrldge, Howard Malcolm, Hollidaysburg, 
Pennsylvania 

Harrison, William Henry, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
with Creswell Iron Works. 

Jones, Thomas Rockefeliow, Snydertown, Pa. 

Marr, William H„ Ashland, Pa.; lawyer. 

Nesbitt, William Lyon, East Lewisburg, Pa.; 
member Pennsylvania State Board of 
Agriculture 5 years; member State Legis- 
lature, 1897-98 and 1907-08. 

Shaiienberger, William Shadrach, Madison 
St., Rochester, Pa.; member of Congress, 
Twenty-fourth District, Pennsylvania, 1877- 
83; second asst. postmaster general, 1897- 
07; president Pennsylvania Baptist State 
Mission Society, 1894-97; president Ameri- 
can Baptist Home Mission Society, 1904-07. 



1860 

Candor, Joseph, Lock Haven, Pa. 

Eaches, Owen Philips, Hlghtstown. N. J.: 
grad. Bucknell University; served in Civil 
War; pastor Hlghtstown Baptist Church. 

Munro, Henry Clay, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
clergyman; care of St. Timothy's Hospital. 

Rowland, Adoniram Judson, 4423 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia. Pa.; grad. Bucknell Uni- 
versity, 1862; Rochester, Ohio, Seminary, 
1866; president Mt. Auburn Institute. 
1868-70; general secretary American Bap- 
tist Publication Society, 17th and Chest- 
nut Sts. 

Smith, Joseph, Gibbon, Neb. 

Ward, Ross, Stewardstown, W. Va.; minis- 
ter 

Weaver, Joseph Kerr, 614 DeKalb St., Nor- 
rlstown. Pa.; grad. Bucknell University, 



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14 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1861; gnd. medicine, 1867; surgeon In Na- 
tional Guards of Pennsylvania since war; 
surgeon general of state of Pennsylvania 
8 years. 

1861 

Geddes, Clarence; address unknown. 

Orwlg, Joseph R., Hahatonka. Mo.; private, 
lieutenant and captain, war of 1861-65; 
first asst. state librarian, Harrlsburg, Pa.; 
first asst. state librarian Iowa State Li- 
brary; secy. North & South Railroad Co. 

ShawloOf M., Mission No. 1, Moulmeln, Bur- 
ma; grad. Lewisburg University; Charity 
Hospital Medical College; asst. science 
master Government High School, Ran- 
goon; principal A. B. M. School, Moul- 
meln; asst. director in charge of A. B. M. 
medical dispensary, Moulmeln; medical 
practitioner; proprietor of dispensary. 

Sheppard, Joseph H., Trenton, N. J.; mill- 
wright. 

Smalley, John, 110 East Ave., Brldgeton. 
I^e^i^ Jersev 

Spencer, David, 2938 N. Camac St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; pastor Lehigh Ave. Baptist 
Church. 

Stone, Charles Albert, Pine City, N. Y.; 
minister. 

1862 

Beck, William Henry, 1424 New York Ave. 
N. W., Washington, D. C; lawyer. 

Cook, Jr., Asher, Middle Grove, N. J.; min- 
ister. 

Gill, Thomas, 315 Pelbam Road, German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Loom It, Freeman, 60 Wall St., New York 
City, N. Y.; professor of languages Buck- 
nell University; now retired. 

1863 

Case, William Wickham, 810 Brunswick St., 
Trenton, N. J.; minister. 

Gardner, Nathan B. H., Wilmington. Del. 

Slner, John Armstrong, Leiper St.. Frank- 
ford, Pa.; asst. district attorney of Phila- 
delphia; lawyer. 

1864 

Baker, H. L., Scranton, Pa. 

Haines, Jeremiah, Moorestown, N. J.; 
farmer. 

Lowe, Clement Bolton, 10 W. Phll-EIlena, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Bucknell Univer- 
sity; Philadelphia College of Pharmacy; 
Jefferson Medical College; professor Ma- 
teria Medica, Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacy. 

Mathews, Franklin, 1720 N. Twenty-ssecond 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; physician. 

Nesbit, Joseph Candor, Roanoke, Va.; archi- 
tect. 

1865 

Lelser, Andrew Albright, 622 St. George St.; 
Lewisburg. Pa.; grad. A. B. University of 
Lewisburg. 1869; A. M., 1872; admitted to 
bar, 1874; district attorney, 1876; lawyer. 
No. 12 So. Third St. 

1866 

Everett, William H., Tivoli, Pa.; lawyer. 

Dean, Arthur Donovan, 327 Washington 
Ave., Scranton, Pa.; grad. LewLsburg Uni- 
versity, 1867: grad. Brown Univensity, A. 
B., 1872; admitted to bar, 1875; lawyer. 

Grler, William Cameron, Mllford, Mich. 



Lathy, Henry Kent, 426 S. Broad St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; special deputy collector of 
customs. Custom House. 

MIrIck, Charles Stephen, 4018 Green St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; printer and publisher. 

Moore, Perry Martin, Chesterville, Ohio; 
lawyer. 

Tomlinson, Jr., George, Rhodestown, N. J. 

1867 

Anderson, Charles Hill, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Bertolette, Frederick, 66 Broadway, Mauch 

Chunk. Pa.; lawyer, Navigation Bldg., No. 

2 Broadway. 
Eastwood, T. M.; address unknown. 
Foster, Albert; address unknown. 
Parker, Charles M., Clarks Green, Pa. 
Schaeffer, Ernest Herschell, Murphys, Cal. 
Wynn, Ephralm Sheppard, 412 Walnut St., 

Philadelphia, Pa.; physician. 

1868 

Bartot, William Cyrus, 110 University Ave., 
Lewisburg, Pa.; grad. Bucknell Univer- 
sity, A. B., A. M., Ph. D.; professor of 
mathematics and astronomy, Bucknell 
University, 28 years. 

Phillips, George Morris, 700 S. High St.. 
West Chester, Pa.; professor of mathe- 
matics, Monongahela College, 1871-73; pro- 
fessor of mathematics. West Chester State 
Normal School, 1873-78; professor mathe- 
matics and astronomy, Bucknell Univer- 
sity, 1881; principal West Chester State 
Normal School. 

Sergeant, Joseph, Flemington, N. J.; grad. 
Bucknell University, 1871. A. B. and A. M.; 
farmer. 

1869 

Bliss, H. H., 705 G St. N. W., Washington, 
D. C. ; lawyer. 

Humpstone, John, 221 Kyerson St.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; minister. 

Lelser, William, Jr., Lewisburg, Pa.; phy- 
si dan 

Putnamj G. W., 121 W. Seventy-ninth St., 
New York City, N. Y.; minister. 

Shivers, Isaac, Perkasie, Pa. 

1870 

Bliss, Tasker H., War Dept., Washington, 
D. C; brigadier general. U. S. A. 

1871 

Leod, George Ingels, M., Philadelphia, Pa. 

MacMackin, Bernard, 5800 Bolton Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; with American Baptist 
Pub Society, 1701 Chestnut St. 

Mathews, Adrian, 133 Ocean St., Providence, 
R. I.; physician. 

Nicholas, Jonathan, Sonora, Cal.; minister. 

1874 

Pomeroy, Joseph Hazzlerod, Ridley Park, 
Pa.; lawyer. 

1880 

Coulston, William Jeanes, 419 N. Bellevue 
Ave., Hastings, Xeb. ; grad. Bucknell Uni- 
versity, 1883; Rochester Theological Semi- 
nary, 1885; minister. 

Evans, Milton G., the Crozier Theological 
Seminary, Chester, Pa.; grad. Bucknell 
University. 1882; Crozier Theological Semi- 
nary, 1890; teacher, Crozier Theological 



BUCKNELL UNIVEBSITY. 



15 



Seminary; now president Crosier Theo- 
lo^cal Seminary. 

Frear, William, 122 W. Beaver Ave., State 
College, Pa.; srrad. Bucknell University, B. 
A.. 1881; Ph. D., Illinois Wesleyan, 1883; 
asst. chemist, U. S. Dei>artment of Agri- 
culture, 1883; professor experimental agri- 
cultural chemistry, Pennsylvania State 
College since 1885. 

Hand, Aaron WIfmon, 63 Seventh St., Salem, 
N. J.; grad. Bucknell University, A. M.; 
Crozier Theological Seminary; pastor 
Memorial Baptist Church. 

Harley, Millard Fillmore, Fairview VUlage, 
Pa. ; merchant. 

Madtes, Henry, Punxsutawney, Pa.; minis- 
ter. 

Meeser, Spenser Byron, Crozer Campus, 
Chester, Pa.; grad. Bucknell University, 
1883; Crozier Theological Seminary, 1886; 
D. D., Brown University, 1901; chair of 
systematic theology, Crozier Theological 
Seminary. 

Querns, Alexander Roger, 610 Cambria St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tustin, Ernest Leigh, 3310 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Bucknell Univer- 
sity; admitted to bar, 1887; vice-president 
and treasurer William H. Hoskins Co., of 
Philadelphia; treasurer Weeks- Hoskins 
Co., of New York; treasurer Wisler Mem- 
orial Home for Aged Couples; Pennsyl- 
vania Baptist Education Society; trustee 
Bucknell University, American Baptist 
Publication Society, Pennsylvania State 
Mission Society; senator Fourth District 
Pennsylvania; lawyer. 

1881 

Baldrldge, Howard Hammond, 124 S. Thirty- 
ninth St., Omaha, Neb.; assistant U. S. 
district attorney; state senator: president 
Omaha Bar Association; lawyer, member 
firm of Baldrldge A DeBord, 518 First 
National Bank Bldg. 

Orlesemer, Henry Allison, 1521 Edmondson 
Ave., Baltimore, Md.; minister. 

Mitchell, John I., Wellsboro, Pa. 



1882 

Bolton, Samuel, 4703 Leiper St., Frankford, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Bucknell College, 
1882, A. B. and A. M.; University of Penn- 
sylvania, 1888, M. D.; surgeon to Frank- 
fort Hospital. 

Kelchner, Wiiliam Wilson, 230 Pine St., 
Willlamsport, Pa.; principal Willlamsport 
County High School, 1888-05; administra- 
tion estates, 19 W. Elghty-flrst St., New 
York City. 

Miller, George Philips, 82 University Ave., 
X^ew^isburs Pa 

Morton, Samual* Walker, 1933 Chestnut St.. 
Philadelphia. Pa.; physician. 

Sprout, Clarence Edward, 317 Pine St., 
Willlamsport, Pa.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1885, LL*. B. ; admitted to 
bar, 1885; lawyer. 

Watrous, Edwin Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
salesman. 

1883 

Kelser, Elmer Edgar, 6933 Tulip St., Tacony, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; physician Frankford 
Hospital and Philadelphia County Prison; 
physician. 

Owens, William Gundy, 407 S. Sixth St., 
Lewisburg, Pa.; professor of chemistry, 
Bucknell University. 



Sagebeer, Joseph Evans, 1416 S. Pennsyl- 
vania Square, Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. 
Bucknell University, 1885; Ph. D., Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1891; lawyer. 

1884 

Clark, Qeorge F., Decatur St., Brooklyn, 
N. X.; physician. 

Frick, Walter, N. Second St., Lewisburg, 
Pennsylvania. 

Halfpenny, James, Lewisburg. Pa. 

Johnston, Horace Vail, Huntingdon, Pa. 

RIckard, John Byron, Plymouth, Pa. 

Schreyer, John Young, Milton, Pa.; manu- 
facturer. 

1886 

Eccleston, John Chambarlln, Parana, Ar- 
gentine Republic, S. A. 

Finn, Oliver B., Cripple Creek, Colo. 

Wolfe, Joseph MelzelT, 16 S. Third St., Lewis- 
burg, Pa.; trans, to New York Alpha, 
1890; instructor Swarthmore Prep. School, 
1892-93; Pennsylvania State College, 1893- 
96; Vermont Academy, 1896-02; registrar, 
Bucknell University. 

Woodward, William Moore, McKeesport, Pa. 

1886 

Abraham, Owen Evans, 52 Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y. 

1887 

Kelly, Harrie McCormIck, Cambridge. Mass. 
Morris, William Norman, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Purdy, Truman James, Sunbury, Pa.; 

lawyer. 
Shyster, Clarence Edward, Rochester, N. Y. 

1888 

Bennett, Clajfton, Livingston, Arts. 
Dowlln, Homer, Elast Downington, Pa. 
Haslam, James Henry, Willlamsport, Pa. 
Koonce, Charles, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Moore, Abraham Lincoln, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Plerson, Frank Falrlamb, Wilmington, Del. 
Tustin, Paul, Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Walker, Charles Abbot, Bellwood, Pa. 

1889 

Blackwood, John Howard, Scranton, Pa. 
Cressinger, John BHce, 19 N. Fourth St., 

Sunbury, Pa. 
Holmes, Robert Janlsch, Atglen, Pa. 
Mackeiduff, J. Frank, Moore, Pa. 
Scotney, William CiifTord, Ridley Park, Pa. 
Shermer, Frank Henry, Bridgeton, N. J. 
Sneck, Howard Wilson, Rochester, N. Y. 

1890 

Davidson, Rol>ert Bailey, Paterson, N. J. 
Haliiweli, Herbert Linton, 5639 Pulaski Ave., 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Huglies, James Rowland, Scranton, Pa. 
Shorkley, George, Camden, Me. 
Smith, Harvey Fetter hoff, Harrisburg, Pa. 

1891 

Greene, Edmund McVitty, Huntingdon, Pa. 
Hayes, Alfred, Jr., New York City, N. Y.; 

professor of law, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. 
Mount, Fred, Hot Springs. Ark. 



16 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1892 

Bourn, Harry S., Philadelphia, Pa. 

GU-eene, Isaac Baker, Fifteenth St. and 
Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., Washington, 
D. C; care of American Sec. & Trust Co. 

Kendall, James Malcolm, Concord, N. H.; 
instructor in Latin, St. Paul's School. 

Robb, Clement Keen, West Philadelphia, Pa. 

Webster, Roland, East New Market, Md. 

Wilkinson, Willie Albert, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wood, Joseph Roberts, 511 Union St., Hol- 
lldaysburg, Pa.; grrad. Bucknell Univer- 
sity, A. B., 1894; A. M., 1897; grrad. Crozier 
Theological Seminary, B. D., 1897; min- 
ister. 

1893 

Elchholtz, William Frederick, Front St., 

Sunbury, Pa.; editor and publisher. 
Harper, William Rae, Erie, Pa. 
Kendall, Edward Qrldley, New Haven, Conn. 
Walklnshaw, Louis Clark, Greensburg, Pa. 
Williams, Palmer Lewis, Scranton, Pa. 

1894 

Clement, Charles Wolverton, Sunbury, Pa.; 

lawyer. First National Bank Bldg. 
Cutler, J. A., East New Market, Md. 
Eiilott, David Hayes, Ninth and Lea Sts., 

San Diego, Cai.; physician. 
Geary, Anizi Wilson, Carbondale, Pa. 
Leiser, Andrew Albright, Jr., 622 St. George, 

Lewisburg, Pa.; grad. Bucknell University, 

A. B., 1898; Yale University, 1899, A. B.; 

admitted to bar, 1901; lawyer, 12 S. Third 

Street. 
Mulkie, Roy Brown, Union City, Pa. 
Purdy, Hiram Long, Sunbury, Pa. 

1896 

Bayard, Qeorge Livingston; address un- 
known; Pa. Gamma. 

Cooper, Tom Edwards, Union City, Pa. 

Qllcnrist, Percy Edward; address unknown; 
Pa. Gamma. 

Nesbitt, Edwin LIghtner, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 
physician. 

1896 

Christy, Martin Bell, 816 Allegheny St., Hoi- 
lidaysburg. Pa.; gen. sales agent Standard 
Supply & Equip. Co., Altoona, Pa. 

Engie, William Henry, Sunbury, Pa.; lawyer, 
Ch« ~ 



Chestnut St. 



1897 



Sherwood, Andrew Jackson, Union City, Pa. 
Smith, Samuel Calvin, Hoi lidaysburg, Pa. 
VanGundy, Morris Cramer, Port Arthur, 

Texas. 
Weymouth, Clarence Andrew, Lock Haven, 

Pennsylvania. 

1898 

Gundy, William Voris, 1822 Arch St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; chemist. 

Shorkley, Thornton Moore, 394 Genesee St., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Wlltbank, Jr., Rutiedge Thornton, 1005 Uni- 
versity Ave. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn.; 
minister. 

1899 

Bell, Jr., Edward, 567 Coleman Ave., Johns- 
town, Pa.; draftsman, Liorain Steel Co. 
Eiilott, Calvin Hayes, Hartletown, Pa. 
Greene, Raymond, Ml. Union, Pa. 
Grey, William Turner, St. Denis P. O., Md. 
Hottenstein, Daniel Edgar, Mahanoy, Pa. 



Packer, John, Philadelphia, Pa.; with **The 

Belgravla." 
Prichard, Karl Campbell, 1102 Sixth Ave., 

Huntinsrton, W. va.; trans, to Virginia 

Alpha; physician and surgeon, 1038Vi 

Third Ave. 
Woodyear, William Edward, 2014 Maryland 

Ave., Baitlmore, Md. 

1900 

Bertoiiette, Walter, Mauch Chunk, Pa. 
Stanton, F^rank White, Chinchilla, Pa. 
Sweet, Lynn D., Canton, Pa. 

1901 

Shepard, Jr., Charles S., 50 Howard St.» 
New York City, N. Y. 

Stevenson, Edgar Taft,* 821 Elk St., Frank- 
lin, Pa.; newspaper editor. 

White, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Bradford^ 
Pennsylvania. 

1902 

Bartoi, William Andrew, 110 University Ave.,. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 
Davis, George C, Presbyterian Hospital^ 

Philadelphia, Pa.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 
Deats, Gilbert Mason, Plttstown, N. J. 
Galbrath, Charles Randolph, Jr., 1222 Elk 

St., Franklin, Pa.; real estate and insur- 
ance. 
Grier, William Amos Warren, Salem, N. J. 
GrolT, John Charles, West Chester, Pa.; 

lawyer. 
Hess, Ralph Jacob, Wllliamsport, Pa. 
Marsh, Charles Stephen, address unknown ^ 

Pa. Gamma. 
McCain, Donald Rockefeller, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 
Smiley, John Belsel, Titusvllle, Pa. 
Smith, Paul Garfield, Harrisburg, Pa. 

1903 

Black, Samuel James, 316 W. Johnson, Up- 
per Sandusky, Ohio; superintendent. The 
Upper Sandusky Water Co. 

Munro, Harry, White Hall, Pa.; medicine. 

Stevenson, Harry T., Sharon, Pa.; business. 

1904 

Andrews, Percy C, New Bethlehem, Pa.; 
business. 

Gundy, Edwin W., Altoona, Pa.; chemist^ 
Chem. Dept., P. R. R. 

Hart, Jr., C. A., New Brighton, L. I.; civil 
engineer. 

Hennessey, John F., McKeesport, Pa.; en- 
gineering. 

Thompson, Ardls Clair, 1019 Liberty St.^ 
Franklin, Pa.; grad. University of Michi- 
gan, A. B. 1906. M. D. 1909; interne. Lake- 
side Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. 

1906 

Bliss, N. E., Washington, D. C; mining en- 
gineering. 

Bolton, E. Keiser, Holmesburg, Philadelphia^ 
Pa.; lawyer. 

Cote, Charles R., Wllliamsport, Pa.; busi- 
ness. 

Duncan, Stephen G., Lewisburg, Pa.; busi- 
ness. 

Henderson, Joseph W., Montgomery, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Lose, Jr., James, Wllliamsport, Pa.; civil 
engineering. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY. 



17 



Wolfe, Charlemagne T., Lewiaburg, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

1906 

Oeata, Walter E., Plttstown, N. J.; lawyer. 
Henderson, Harold B., Montgomery, Pa.; 

business. 
Landtrath, John A., Union City, Pa. 
Owens, Albert Waffle, Bacone, Okla.; grad. 

Bucknell University, 1905; teacher. 
PofTenberger, Jr., Albert Theodore, 251 Arch 

St., Sunbury, Pa. 

1907 

Boyer, Klein Harlan, Petersburg, Pa. 

8mith, 8tanton R., Stroudsburg, Pa.; pro- 
fessor of science. High School, West Ones* 
ter Pa. 

Woods, Elmer Bllllngfelt, 147 W. Oreenwich 
St., Reading, Pa. 

1908 

Ourell, Eldredge Dale, Front and Robeson, 
Reading, Pa. 

Fetterman, Roy Austin, Centralia, Pa. 

Krauaar, Wm. H.; address unknown; Pa. 
Gamma. 

Lose, Jr., Charles, 225 E. 3d St., Williams- 
port, Pa. 



Northrop, Qeorge Howard, 118 N. Main St., 
Monroeton, Pa. 

Redcay, William Franklin, 1250 Perkiomen 
Ave., Reading, Pa. 

VanWhy, Eugene, 30 Kensington Ave., 
Northampton, Mass.; teacher. 

Vlllalon, Jose Andres, Puerto Plata, Domin- 
ican Republic, W. I. 

Williams, Howard Morgan, 235 N. Gallatin 
Ave., uniontown, Pa. 



1909 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brewer, Clarence Blake, 509 Turnpike Ave., 

Susquehanna, Pa. 
Cox, Sylvan Q., 121 Jackson St., Trenton, 

N. J.; real estate. 
Qleason, Augustus W., Franklin, Pa. 
Hanks, Clinton Thornton, Trenton, N. J.; 

trans, to N. T. Alpha. 
Henderson, Laurence Ambrose, 22 Houston 

Ave., Montgomery, Pa. 
McNaIr, Frank Clarence, 6316 Stanton Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

1910 

Hasson, Charles David, Lewisburg, Pa. 
Little, Fred. Bryton, Uniontown, Pa.; stu- 
dent. 



PENNSYLVANIA DELTA. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE. 

WASHINGTON. PA. 

THIS CHAPTER WAS FOUNDED IN 1855 AT WASHINGTON 
COLLEGE, AND IN 1865 WAS UNITED WITH PENNSYLVANIA 
ALPHA, WHEN THE TWO INSTITUTIONS WERE CONSOLI- 
DATED UNDER THE NAME OF WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON 
COLLEGE, WASHINGTON, PA. 



1855 

Harrison, Samuel, Ringoes, N. J. 
Maglll, John Fulton, Fairfield, lowa^ 

1856 

Collins, Charles N., Hancock county, Va, 
Conn, Samuel, Monterey, Cal. 
Edmonds, James Ezeklel, Bolivar, Miss. 
Forbes, Hannibal, Wheeling, W. Va. 
Greer, William B., Monmouth, III. 
'Mllligan, John L., Allegheny, Pa. 
Shepherd, Henry C, Wheeling, W. Va. 

1857 

Evans, Dudley, Omaha, Neb. 

Patterson, David FIndley, Pittsburg, Pa.; 
trans, to Virginia Delta; lawyer, 426 Dia- 
mond St. 

Warden, James W., Montgomery, Ala. 

Wines, Frederick Howard, Beaufort, S. C. 

1858 

Evans, Samuel G., 1452 Upper Second St., 
Evansville. Ind.; retail dry goods, 330 
Main St. 

Ewing, T. Davis, Fairfield, Iowa. 

Hazlett, James J., Greensburg, Pa. 

Magner, William Campbell, Morris, 111. 

Newell, Henry Augustus, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Reed, George W., Pittsburg, Pa. 



1859 

Belden, Luther Martin, Holloway, Mich. 
Dawson, John Nicholas, Uniontown, Pa. 
Falconer, Walter Campbell, Springfield, 
Hamill, S. S., Monmouth, 111. 
Knight, William Lines, Carthage, Mo. 
Linn, Samuel P., Carlisle, Pa. 
Martin, John F., Liebanon, Mo. 
Nelson, Harry F., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Thompson, William R., Washington, Pa. 
Wylle, R. D., Washington. Pa. 



O. 



1860 

Bassell, John, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
McCurdy, T. A.; address unknown; former 

E resident Macalaster College, St. Paul, 
[Innesota. 
Raymond, Samuel Moses, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Watson, David Thompson, Pittsburg, Pa.; 
prominent lawyer; recently represented 
Standard Oil Co. In dissolution case be- 
fore United States Supreme Court. 
Wiley, John W.; address unknown. 

1861 

Bier, P. G., North Martinsville, Va. 
Cochran, Charles Edwin, McConnellsvllle, 

Ohio. 
Greenlee, F. Fleming, PYedericktown, Ohio. 
Laughlln, Alexander, Evansville, Ind. 
McClung, Samuel Alfred, Pittsburg, Pa.; 

lawyer; Judge Common Pleas Court No. 3. 
McKennan, T. M. T., Toledo, Iowa. 
Rose, H. A.; address unknown. 
Walker, Henry S., Charleston, W. Va. 

1862 

Brown, George S., Wheeling, W. Va. 

Knight, Hervey Boggs, Fairfield, Iowa. 

Mason, James Blaine, Davenport. Iowa. 

Mitchell, Alexander, 427 S. Broadway, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. ; treasurer Mutual Savings 
Bank, 1126 Market St. 

1863 

Wilson, Joseph Rogers, Falrchlld, Iowa; 
trans, to Pennsylvania Alpha; professor. 
Wylle, Samuel Davidson, Shfppensourg, Pa.; 

frad. Washington College, 1867; Western 
heological Seminary, 1870; peustor. 

1864 

McElroy, James Alexander, Washington, Pa. 
Milner, Duncan Chambers, Joliet, III. 
Oglesby, Joseph E., Salt Lake City, Utah; 

Atlas Block. 
Sullivan, Thomas S., Indianapolis, Ind. 



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PENNSYLVANIA EPSILON 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE 

GETTYSBURG. PA. 

FOUNDED DECEMBER 25, 1855, BY ADAM HOY, GEORGE A. 
LONG, HENRY WELTZ KUHNS, JOHN 8CHATZELL CUTLER 
AND THOMAS WILLIAM DOSH. 



1866 

DImm, Jonathan Rose, 316 Walnut St., 
Selinssrove, Pa.; pastor, fifty years; presi- 
dent Susquehanna University 18 years. 

1866 

Earnest, John Adam, Miffllnsburg, Pa. 

Forney, David Peter, 252 Frederick St., 
Hanover, Pa.; farmer. 

Gilbert, David McConaughy; address un- 
known. 

Knapp, Edwin, Savannah, Ga. 

Miliar, Daniel R., Pine Grove, Pa. 

Moore, Samuel B., Taunton, Mass. 

SchaefTer, George Francis, R. F. D. No. 4, 
Spartanburg, S. C; retired minister and 
teacher. 

Weldman, Jacob, Clifton Heights, Pa.; grad. 
Pennsylvania College, 1906, D. D.; Pres- 
byterian minister. 

Weldman, William Murray, Reading. Pa. 

1867 

Johnston, Ellas Schellhammer, Elk Lick, 
Pa.; grad., A. B., Pennsylvania College, 
1858; A. M., 1861; D. D., Susquehanna Uni- 
versity; pastor. 

Kershner, J. B., 7 Cedar St., Bellevue, Pa. 

SchaefTer, Charles Henry, 226 N. Fifth St., 
Reading. Pa.; lawyer; president National 
Union Bank of Reading. 

1868 

Beltzhoover, Frank E., 52 E, High St., Car- 
lisle, Pa.: member 46th, 47th, 52d and 63d 
Congress, U. S.; lawyer, 14 Sentinel Bldg. 

Gardner, Albert Clinton, York Springs, Pa.; 
news dealer and musician. 

Qoettman, John George, Allegheny, Pa. 

Groh, Leonard, 1539 N. 19th St., Omaha, 
Neb.; grad. Pennsylvania College, 1861; 
A. M., 1863; pastor St. Mark's Lutheran 
Church, 

1859 

Barnltz, Samuel Bacon, Des Moines, Iowa. 
Horlne, M. C, 148 S. Fifth St., Reading, Pa. 
James Basil Harrison, Baltimore, Md. 



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1860 

Hentz, J. P., Germantown, Ohio. 
Murray, Charles Edwin, Wilmington, Del. 
Seip, Theodore Lorenzo, AUentown, Pa. 
Smith, Jacob Lawson, Ligonier, Pa. 
Trelchier, Claudius Galen, Honey-Brook,. 

Pa.; grad. Pennsylvania College, 1862; 

University of Pennsylvania, medicine^ 

1865; physician. 

1861 

Burke, I. C, 1801 N. Bond St, Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

Francis. S. H. K., 1431 S. Tenth St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; pastor Trinity Lutheran 
Church, Philadelphia, since 1864. 

Hummel, Charles Carroll, 211 W. 49th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; mercantile. 

Wenner, George Unangst, 319 E. Nineteenth 
St, New York City, N. Y.; grad. Yale, 
B. A., 1865; M. A.. 1868; D. D., Penn- 
sylvania College, 1888; minister. 

1862 

Jacobs, Luther D., Emporia, Kans. 

Koiier, Jesse Cramer, Hanover, Pa. 

Parson, William Edwin, Washington, D. C. 

Sadtier, Samuel Philip, 336 W. Horter St, 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; S. B., Har- 
vard, 1870; Ph. D., GotUngen, 1871; LL. D., 
Pennsylvania College, 1902; professor in 
Pennsylvania College, 1871-74; professor in 
University of Pennsylvania, 1874-91; pro- 
fessor in Philadelphia College of Phar- 
macy, 1878 to date; consulting chemist, 3» 
S. Tenth St., Philadelphia. 

Schmucker, Samuel Davies, 1712 Park Ave., 
Baltimore, Md.; grad. Pennsylvania Col- 
lege, 1863; law school. University of City 
of New York, 1865; LL. D., Pennsylvania 
College; LL. D., Johns Hopkins College; 
judge of Court of Appeals of Maryland, 
Court of Appeals, Annapolis. 

Young, John M., 801 Market St, Williams- 
port, Pa.; treasurer, Wllliamsport Iron & 
Nail Co. 

1863 

H inkle, William F., Fort Wayne, Ind. 
McKnIght, Harvey Washington, 204 Carlisle 

St., Gettysburg, Pa.; served in Civil war,. 

1862-65; retired pastor. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Moorhead, C. C; Des Moines, Iowa. 

Riley, A. J., Altoona, Pa. 

Spiekor, George F., AUentown, Pa. 

Wltmer, Frank P., 125 E. Ostend St.. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Wltmer, William Wirt, 2900 W. Grand Ave., 
Des Moines, la.; served In Civil war; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1867; editor and publisher 
of newspapers; banking:; real estate: re- 
tired. 

1864 

Custer, Jacob R., 3928 Grand Blvd., Chlca^^o. 
111.; lawyer, 811 The Rookery, 217 La Salle 
Street 

Hay, J.'W., 1402 N. Third St., Harrisburgr, 
Pennsylvania. 

Rementnyder, Junius B., 900 Madenis Ave., 
New York City, N. Y.; gmd. Pennsylvania 
Collegre, 1865; D. D., Newberry College. 
1888; LL. D., New York University, 1902; 
author; pastor. 

Schaeffer, P. Harvey, 1309 Colombia Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; broker and real estate. 

Schell, William Trumbauer, Polo, III.; cash- 
ier. Exchange National Bank. 

Schick, Rudolph Martin, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1865 

Beeber, Thomas Rlttel, 113 E. Airy St.. Nor- 

f rlstown. Pa.; grad. Gettysburg, 1869; The- 
ology, Andover, 1872; moderator Synod of 
Pennsylvania, 1901-02; minister. 

Garver, Theodore Franklin, 715 Harrison St.. 
Topeka. Kan.; ex-Judge Kansas Court of 
Appeals; president board of education; law- 
yer, Columbian Bldg. 

Horn, E. T., 527 Washington St., Reading, 
Pennsylvania. 

Humrlchouse, James Walker, 132 W. Wash- 
ington St., Hagerstown, Md.; physician. 

1866 

Belch, R. A., Jackson, Miss. 

Garver, Austin Samuel, 41 Lancaster, Worces- 
ter, Mass.; trustee of Clark University, 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Leices- 
ter Academy; clergyman. Unitarian Church. 

Gettys, James Wilberforce, Athen.s, Tenn. 

1867 

Emory, M. J. Allen, Frenchtown, N. J.; min- 
ing. 

Ott, F. M., 222 Market St.. Harrlsburg, Pa. 

Scott, John McPherson, 129 W. Washington 
St.. Hagerstown, Md.; member of Maryland 
legislature, 1876-80; fellow American Acad- 
emy of Medicine; president Med. Chi v. Fac. 
of Md.. 1899; secretary Maryland board of 
medical examiners since 1896; physician. 

1868 

Kurtz, Benjamin, 215 Woodland Road, Balti- 
more, Md. 

1869 

Bridges, John S., 608 W. North Ave., Balti- 
more, Md.: printing and engraving. 

Graff, Philip Melancthon, 206 Superior St., 
Duluth, Minn. 

Mussleman, A. S., Grand Rapids. Mich. 

1870 

Harter, Henry William, 1543 N. Market St., 
Canton, Ohio; grad. Pennsylvania College. 



1874; admitted to bar. 1877; prosecuting at- 
torney of Stark county, Ohio, two terms; 
elected Common Pleas Judge first subdivi- 
sion. Ninth judicial district of Ohio, 1901. 
and now serving second term; lawyer. 

Parson, John, Ashland, Ore. 

Stahley, George DIehl, Gettysburg. Pa.; bro- 
fessor of biology and hygiene, Pennsylvania 
College. 

1871 

Huber, J. H., Springs Ave., Gettysburg, Pa.; 
drugs. ' 

Rea, George Scott, Loysville, Pa. 
Walterick, J. H., Schellsburg, Pa. 

1872 

Kurtz, Francis Albert, 1404 Eutona PI., Bal- 
timore, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; asst. 
postmaster of Baltimore, 1890-95; Insur- 
ance commissioner of Maryland, 1896-1900: 
mercantile. 15 Pratt St. 

Smenner, J. E., Cumberland, Md. 

1873 

Clabaugh, H. M., 1527 Rhode Island Ave.. 
Washington, D. C; chief JusUce, Supreme 
Court, l3. C. 

Dickey, Philip Sadtler, 1829 N. Calvert St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Gross, George Washington, 534 W. Philadel- 
phia, York, Pa.; teaching. 

Hallenbeck, Berger Quitman. Fayette, N. Y. 

Marshall, John, 1718 Pine St., Philadelphia. 
Pa.; trans, to Pa. Iota; professor of chem- 
istry and toxicology, University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Miller, Benjamin Kurtz, 102 Wisconsin St., 
Milwaukee. Wis.; grad. Pennsylvania Col- 
lege, 1877; admitted to bar, 1880; retired 
lawyer. 

Miller, George Peckham, 316 Juneau Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; grad. Pennsylvania Col- 
lege, 1877; I. U. D., Gottlngen, 1880; lawyer. 

Smith, V. Provost Edgar F., University of 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1874 

Clabaugh, George W., 1922 S. 33rd St.. 

Omaha, Neb.; vice-president Omaha Gas 

Co. 
Crist, Jacob Haines, Monero, New Mexico; 

coal operator; lawyer, Santa Fe, New 

Mexico. 
Farber, F. M., 234 Fourth Ave., New York 

City, N. Y. 
Hecht, John Peter, 69 Mountain Ave., Som- 

ervllle, N. J.; physician. 

1875 

Baum, Charles, 1828 Wallace St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; physician. 

Kerllnger, Charles Cyrus, York, Pa,; coal 
and coke operator. 

Raby, James B., Waynesboro, Pa. 

Rentz, William Frezenius, Atchison, Kan. 

Smith, Charles S., Shamokin, Pa. 

Taylor, Alexander K., Catonsville, Md. 

Thomas, Edward H., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wentz, Alexander Couldren, 306 Abbotts- 
town St., Hanover, Pa.; physician. 

1876 

Baldy, Stephen, Catawlssa, Pa.; general mer- 
chant. 

Byers, Jacob William, 433 S. Sandusky Ave., 
rpper Sandusky. Ohio; pastor. 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE. 



*J1 



Fleisher, Daniel, 45 S. Sixth, Columbia, Pa.; 
superintendent of schools since 1898. 

Gaver, Martin Danlal, Willlamsport, Md.; 
minister of Lutheran Church. 

Graff, John Francis, Worthlngton, Pa.; mem- 
ber Pennsylvania legislature. 1900-04; wool- 
en manufacturer. 

Linton, George King, 920 W. Illinois, Ur- 
bana. III.; mercantile. 

Tustin, George Penny packer, 1813 N. 22d St., 
f'hiladelphia. Pa.; insurance broker, 136- 



138 S. 4th St. 



1877 



Bowers, George Spencer, 126 N. Market St., 
Winchester, Va.; president. Evangelical 
Lutheran Synod of Virginia; D. D., Roan- 
oke College, 1908; minister. 

Crumbaugh, John William, Kennett Square, 
Pa.; retired physician. 

Davis, Harry Y., 149 18th St., Washington, 
D. C. 

Duncan, Charles Schmucker, Gettysburg, 
Pa * la\irv6r 

Ruhl'.'john H., Middletown, Pa, 

Tustin, Joseph Clay, Bustleton, Philadelphia. 
Pa.; pharmacist. 

1878 

Eyier, Clarence Albert, 12 W. Main St, 
Waynesboro, Pa.; retired clergyman. 

Prey, R. A., Elyrla, Ohio. 

McCiean, William Archibald, 126 Baltimore 
St., Gettysburg. Pa.; lawyer; editor and 
publisher; Gettysburg compiler since 1902. 

Mcilhenny, David, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Peters, Jerome G., Middletown, Pa. 

Yeager, Charles Krauth, New Oxford, Pa.: 
admitted to bar, 1884; lawyer, justice of 
the peace. 

1879 

Brown, John William, Lancaster, Pa. 

Duncan, William Mark, Eureka Springs, 
Ark.; banker and broker. 

Hill, James McCiean, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Jacobs, Horace Lincoln, 1208 13th St., A1- 
toona. Pa.; A. M. Penna. College, 1885; 
grad. Drew Theological Seminary, B. D.; 
elected to Fellowship; minister. 

Metzger, George B. McCleiian, 1006 W. 4th 
St, Williamsport, Pa.; trans, to Pa. Theta; 
lawyer 29 W. 4th St. 

Smith, Alien John, Med*. Dept. University of 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Pa. 
College, A. B. 1883; A. M.. 1886; M. D. 
1886, Pa. University; asst. demonstrator 
of pathology in University of Pa.; profes- 
sor of pathology, Univ. of Texas; professor 
of pathology. University of Pennsylvania 
since 1903 

Wingard, J.V., Kelly's Station, Pa. 

1880 

Frey, Edwin S., York, Pa. 

Gotwaid, Robert Caldwell, 2 FemclifF Ave., 

Springfield, Ohio; architect. 
Hoover, C. D., Tucson, Ariz. 
Kroh, Herman Frederick, Pine Grove, Pa.; 

minister. 

1881 

Farber, Henry John, 1723 St. Paul St., Bal- 
timore, Md.; cotton business, 207 W. Lom- 
bard St., Baltimore. Md., and 68 Lieonard 
St.. New York City. 

Hardlnge, Robert Murray, Canon Block, 
Grand Junction. Colo.; government ob- 
server, U. 8. Weather Bureau. 

Phillips, James K., Mortonville. Pa. 



1882 

Earnest, John Paul, 2123 N St., Washington, 

D C ' laiJirver 
Miller, beWItt Clinton R., Mason & Dixon, 

Pa.; physician. 
Richardson, Arthur F., Lancaster, Ohio. 

1883 

Bittle, Jonathan Elmer, 3 10th St., Turtle 
Creek, Pa.; minister; superintendent of 
missions, Pittsburg Synod. 

Gelser, Dixon Hoover, Waynesboro, Pa. 

Shafer, Edward Clay, Brunswick, Md.; grad. 
Gettysburg College, 1886; mayor of Bruns- 
wick, 1895; real estate and fire insurance; 
editor of Brunswick Herald. 

Whipp, Charles E., Burkittsville, Md. 

1884 

Behney, John C, Carlisle, Pa. 

Sadtler, Howard Plltt, Mt. Washington, Md. ; 
lawyer, 1163 Calvert Bldg. 

Zerfoss, Louis Frank, 201 E. Central. Ash- 
land, Ky.; lawyer. 

1886 

Dapp, John Frederick, 2317 N. 3d St., Har- 
rlsburg. Pa.; real estate and insurance. 

Fager, Charles B., 180 Walnut St., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

Fager, Valentine Hummel, 410 N. 2d St., 
Harrisburg, Pa.; physician. 

Gotwaid, Frederick Gebhart, 218 E. Market 
St., York, Pa.; trans, to Ohio Beta; clergy- 
man. 

Short, Robert W., Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

1886 

Hecht, Edward Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
principal of schools. Red Lodge, Mont., 
1892-93; Are insurance; steel merchant, 295 
Schermerhom St. 

Stiteiey, L. C, Westminster, Md. 

Whitman, Frank Power, Cumberland, Md. 

Whitmer, Samuel Edwin, Newport, Pa.; den- 
tist. 

1887 

Fleck, Harry F., Newport, Pa. 

Smith, Arthur F., Westminster, Md. 

Uhier, Harvey T., 1825 N. Broad St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; real estate dept., Trades- 
men's Trust Co. 

1888 

Leister, Joy, Lewlstown, 111. 

Tuttie, Russell Himes, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1889 

Barshinger, Martin L., 308 E. Market St., 

York, Pa.; physician. 
Qeety, Clarence A., York, Pa. 
LeVan, Garrett Benjamin, Steubenvllle, 

Ohio; supt. LaBelle Iron Works. 
Miller, Ralph Eaton, Bloomsburg. Pa.; phy- 

clan. 
Miller, Robert R., Pine Grove, Pa. 
Seyfert, E. E., 312 N. 4th St., Camden, N. J. 

1890 

Lutz, William Filler, Eddlngton, Pa.; grad. 
Pa. College, 1894; Phila. Divinity School, 
1900; rector of Christ Church. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY 



Reltzell, William Rufus, 432 State Road. Cyn- 

wyd, Pa,; paper business, 725 Arch St., 

Philadelphia. 
Zlegler, J. Clayton, Pennsgrove, N. J.; chief 

chemist, Carney's Point, E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours Powder Co. 

1891 

Bowers, John C, 1948 W. North Ave., Balti- 
more, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; pastor, 
Calvary Lutheran Church. _ 

Keefer, William Bines, 14 N. 11th St., Read- 
ing, Pa.; wholesale grocery, 228 N. 8th St. 

Smith, Lewis W., 6024 Station St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; physician. 

Witman, Horace Montgomery, 2101 N. 2d St., 
Harrlsburg, Pa.; grad. Pa. College, B. A. 
1905; B. D. Yale, 1898; woodenware and 
hardware, member firm of Witman Bros., 
311-313 S. 2d St. 

1892 

Ketfer, Frank M., Ligonler, Pa.; served with 
10th Pa. Regt in Philippines during Span- 
ish-American war; merchant, member 
firm of KeflTer & Sweeney. 

Richardson, Louis William, Hyattsville, Md. 

1893 

Eltenhart, Luther Pfahler, 22 Alexander St., 
Princeton, N. J.; grad. Gettysburg College, 
1896, A. B.; instructor Gettysburg College, 
1896-97; trustee, 1907; fellow in mathemat- 
ics, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1899-1900; Ph. D., 
1900; Instructor in mathematics, Princeton 
Univ., 1900-05; assistant professor mathe- 
matics. Princeton University since 1905. 

Graff, Carroll F., 1601 B. 1st St., Duluth, 
Minn.; asst. auditor, The Duluth & Iron 
Range R. R. Co.. 505 Wolvin Bldg. 

Russell, Relster Kephart; address unknown. 

1894 

Beltzoover, Frank Butler, Shephardstown, 

W Va 
Kuendig,' Paul, St. Luke's School. Wayne. 

Pa. ; instructor mathematics, St. Luke s 

Llr'k.'^Charles Tressler, 571 W. 139th St^ 
New York City, N. Y.; «rad. Gettysburg 
College. A. B. and AM 1898 and 1902; 
Yale Univ., A. B. and LL. B. 1899 and 
1902; lawyer, 5 Nassau St. 



1895 

Culler, Robert Martin; address unknown. 

White, Clifton Glenn, Millersbure, Pa. ; grad. 
Gettysburg College, 1897; Theological Sem- 
inary, Gettysburg, 1900. B. D. and A. M.; 
minister, St. Paul's Lutheran Church. 

1896 

Penrod, Harry Hartzell, 5?2 Main St., Johns- 
town. Pa.; grad. Pa. College, A. B. 1901, 
AM. 1905; M. D. 1904. Jefferson Medical 
College. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Shoup, F. P., 142 Broadway. New York City. 

New York. ^ ,_, ai„„^- a* 

Smith, Albert Theodore, 120 Singer St., 
Johnstown Pa.; contract building and lum- 
ber. Hickory St. , . ,- rru^ V>t>\tnr, 

Weaver. George Donald, 16 The Peiton, 
Youngstown. bhlo; open hearth dept., Car- 
negie Steel Co. 



1897 

Brooks, Benjamin Hays, Radner, Pa. 
Leffler, Qeorga Frederic, 12 Juniata St., Lew- 

istown. Pa.; inspector. Standard Steel 

Works Co., Burnham, Pa. 
Lehman, F. E., Argusville, N. Y. 
Shoup, Albert Harvey, Greensburg, Pa. 

1898 

Gladfelter, Wllford Stanley, 144 State St., 
Boston, Mass.; grad. Dental Dept., Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1905; manager, 
branch of Mt. Vernon Cigar Mfg. Co., 144 
State St. 

Park, Harry Mozart, Katonah, N. Y. 

1899 

Turner, Frank Glossbrenner, 11 W. Chase 
St., Baltimore, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; 
lawyer, 3 E. Lexington St. 

1900 

Fisher, Curtis, 338 Lincoln St.. Johnstown, 
Pa.; proprietor, Standard Supply Co., Fish- 
er Bldg. 

Gladfelter, Colstin Bernard, 173 W. 105th St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; treasurer, K. H. 
Mathews Co., 135th St. and Park Ave. 

May, Charles Henry, 1207 N. George St., 
York, Pa.; grad. Gettysburg College, A. B. 
1904; Johns Hopkins University, M. D. 
1908; A. M. Gettysburg, 1908; resident phy- 
sician, Presbyterian Hospital. 1908-09. 

White, Uriah Francis, Cape Charles, Va.; 
civil engineer. 

1901 

Bingman, Lloyd Klose, Sunbury, Pa,; book- 
keeper, Edison Electric Dl. Co. 

Graff, James Brown, Worthlngton, Pa.; grad. 
Gettysburg College, 1905. 

Hollinger, George Q.. Abbottstown, Pa. 

Martin, Paul A., Gettysburg, Pa. 

Miller, John Ellis Curtis, New Oxford, Pa.; 
hardware business. 

1902 

Statler, Ralph Otis, 1803 N. Logan Sq., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; asst. to treasurer, Stlne- 
man Coal Mining Co., 306 Pa. Bldg. 

Whitney, Nathaniel Ruggles, Swarthmore, 
Pa.; with Continental Trust Co., Stephen 
Girard Bldg., Philadelphia. 

1903 

Carty, Arthur Clarence, 2752 N. 12th St., 

Philadelphia, Pa.; minister. 
Pofflnberger, Judd Nycum, Leechburg, Pa.; 

vice-president, Sales Co. 

1904 

Crist, Chalmers Lee, cor. Railroad and Main 
Sts., Hummelstown, Pa.; grad. dental dept. 
of Medico Churuglcal College of Philadel- 
phia. 1908; dentist. 

Crist, Chester Garfield, German Valley, N. J.; 
medical student. ^, * . 

FIscus, Zenas Orron, 200 Washington Ave., 
Vandergrlft. Pa, ,^„ ^ ^^ ,„ «♦ 

Kauffman, Harrison, 407 Fayetteville St., 
Raleigh. N. C; grad. Gettysburg College, 
1906; taught school, 1907, in New Jersey; 
Insurance. ^ ^^ _ , , ^ 

Klfer, Elbert Eugene, Leechburg, Pa.; books 
and stationery. 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE. 



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Uebo, Allen Clair, 121 W. Market St., WiU 
liamstown. Pa. 

Patterson, Charles L., 1661 Franklin St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Ritter, Daniel, 312 N. 19th St., Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 

Whitnev, Aliston LefHer, 217 Dickinson Ave., 
Swarthmore, Pa.; grad. Pennsylvania Col- 
lege, 1908, A. B.; chemist, E. L DiiPont 
Co., Wilmington, Del. 

1906 

Baumgardner, John Brehm, 452 Philadelphia 
Ave., Chambersburg, Pa.; asst. engineer. 
Department of Health. 

C repps, E. E., Indiana, Pa. 

Reeder, J. H., Ralston, Pa. 

Robb, Jonas Keffer, Gettysburg, Pa.; grad. 
Pennsylvania College, 1908. 

Weaver, Louis Schneider, 622 W. Market 
St., York, Pa.; grad. Pa. College, A. B. 
1909; A. B. Yale College. 1900; M. D. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1904; interne Rhode 
Island Hospital, Providence, 1904-06; sur- 
gery and X-ray, 50 Lehmeyer Bldg. 

1906 

Alleman, Ward Howard, Littlestown, Pa. 

Drelbelbis, Carl Cheston, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Hazlett, Adam James, 309 Eastern Ave., As- 
pi n wall. Pa. 

Hunger, Arthur Douglas, Vandergrlft, Pa. 

McAllister, H. Ross, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Moser, Franklin Wattles, 2910 13th St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; clerk. Immigration 
Commission, House Office Bldg. 

Mosser, Oliver DanIeK 230 Purchase St., 
Boston, Mass.; with J. F. Mosser & Co. 

PIszczek, 8. R., Wllkesbarre, Pa.; care 
Wilkesbarre News. 



Russel, Charles Allen, HughesvlIIe, Pa. 
Staley, Herbert Russell, 114 Lancaster Ave., 

Ardmore, Pa.; civil engineering, 56 Trust 

Bldg., Greensburg, Pa. 

1907 

Elliott, John Watson, New Kensington, Pa.; 

teller, Logan Trust Co. 
Leffler, Joseph, Millersburg. Pa. 
Leffler, William Whitney, Millersburg, Pa. 
Lehman, Frantz 8amuel, 126 Alwine Ave., 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Shant, Paul T., Ashland, Ky. 
Shelley, John Lawrence, Jr., 317 E. Main St., 

Mecnanicsburg, Pa. 



1908 

Aldlnger, Harry, 18 N. 13th St., Harrisburg, 

Pennsylvania. 
Beetem, Harry Smith, Longsdorf, Pa. 
Clark, Edgar Qeorge, 326 E. Main St, Me- 

chanicsburg. Pa. 
Corson, Robert Harry, HughesvlIIe, Pa. 
Gilbert, Harvey NIcholaSr 130 S. Main St., 

Chambersburg, Pa. 
Miller, Richard Jonathan, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Rofrensperger, Guy Samuel, ArendtsviUe, Pa. 



1909 

Bush, Ira, Alvln, Vandergrlft, Pa. 
McGowan, Richard Zlegler, 718 N. 3d St., 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
RInn, John Cloid, Philadelphia, St., Indiana, 

Pennsylvania. 
Ulsh, Alter Kreeger, Millersburg, Pa. 
Zack, Arno Roy, 144 Franklin Ave., Vander* 

grift. Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA ZETA 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 

CARLISLE. PENN. 

FOUNDED MABCH 19, 1859, BY HOWARD BECKWITH AND 
W. FISKE TOWNSEND. 



1859 

Barton, James, Jr., Relstertown, Md.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1861; lawyer. 

Baylor, George, Charlestown, W. Va. 

Chaney, Thomas Morris, Chaney, Md.^ grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1862; M. D.. 1866; 
surgeon U. S. Army; health Officer, Cal- 
vert County, Md.; physician. 

Dllton, Henry Edward, LaGrangc, N. C. 

Qotwalts, Jacob V., 322 High St.. Pottstown, 
Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 1860; admit- 
ted to bar, 1867; district attorney, 1876; 
lawyer. 

McCurdy, Daniel W., Clearfield, Pa. 

McCuriey, Isaac, 1311 Madison Ave.. Balti- 
more, Md.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 
1862; A. M., 1898; lieutenant U. S. Volun- 
teers, 1863-4; auditor of the equity courts 
of Baltimore City, 1882; lawyer, 700 Law 
Building. 

Patterson, James John, Shaver. Ark.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1859; principal 
Boalsburg Academy, 1859-62; farmer and 
merchant. 

Sanders, James William, Baltimore, Md. 

Shipley, James Lester, 109 VV. Lanvale St., 
Baltimore, Md.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1860; A. M.. 1865; retired minister. 

Warfieid, Joshua Dorsey, Ammendale, Md. ; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1859; prin- 
cipal Brookeville Academy, seven years: 
professor of English literature, Maryland 
Agricultural College, ten years; teacher. 

Williams, Thomas N., Wilton, N. Y.; presi- 
dent Washington College, Chestertown, 
Md.; teacher. 

1860 

Archer, Robert Harris, Belair. Md.; crlcr of 
Harford Co., Md., circuit court. 

Baker, William, Jr., 118 Eutaw St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Ball, Benjamin Franklin, Mount Crawford, 
Va,; M. E. minister. 

Busey, William McClanahan, 25 
St.. Baltimore, Md.; lawyer. 

Dashiell, John Irving, New York City, N. T. 

Luckenbach, William David, 833 Linden St., 
A lien town. Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
1864; served In Civil war, 1862-65; admitted 
to bar, 1867; lawyer, 523 Hamilton St. 

1861 

Loomis, James Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
McClure, George Gibson, Washington, D. C. 



Lexington 



ISicDoweli, William Leander, 8814 German- 
town Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; pastor. 



1862 

Clarke, Asbu ry Jones, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Clymer, John Fletcher, Albany, N. Y. 

Long, George W., Carlisle, Pa. 

Points, Moses Allen, Bedford, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1864; A. M., 1869; 
president First National Bank, School 
Board and Town Council; one oi the in- 
corporators of the Dickinson School of 
Law; lawyer. 

Sharp, Abraham, Baltimore. Md. 

Shock, Wilton George, Washington, D. C. 

Smith, William Siivanus, 1643 Pennsylvania 
Ave., Denver, Colo.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, A. B. 1864; A. M., 1867; in govern- 
ment service, Indian Dept., supt. irriga- 
tion, 1900-04; librarian Denver Univ. Law 
School, 14th and Arapahoe. 

Wiliey, William Patrick, 250 Pleasant St., 
Morgan town, W. Va.; professor of law. 
West Virginia University. 



1863 

Hamblen, Joseph Qorden, 80 Oarfield Ave., 

Detroit, Mich.; merchant. 
Todd, Jacob, Wilmington, Del. 
Williams, James Merrill, Concord, N. H. 



1864 

Curtis, Charles Henry, 716 N. Teljon St., 
Colorado Springs, Colo.; operating coal 
mines in Colorado. 

Eagle, S. Frank, Shippensburg, Pa.; Jour- 
nalist. 

Hastings, Robert John, Lutherville, Md. 

Ketcham, Leander Young, Ensenada, Lower 
California, Mexico; phjrsician and surgeon. 

McKeIvy, James Erastus, 5126 W^estminster 
Place, Pittsburg, Pa.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege. A. B. 1866; A. M., 1869; member City 
Council, 1869-71; lawyer, 450 4th Ave. 

Norris, James Lawson, 331 C St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; patent lawyer, 601 F 
St. N. W. 

Winterson, Charles RIchey, Elk Ridge, Md. : 
grad. University of Maryland, M. D. 1871; 
physician. 



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DICKINSON COIXEGE. 



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1865 

Evans, Edwin Lewis, S40 8. 2l8t St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; srad. Dickinson, M. D. 1870; 
University of Pennsylvania, Ph. D., 1872; 

A. M. Dickinson College, 1878; physician. 
Hunter, Thomas Jefferson, Towson, Md.; 

srad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1869; A. M., 
1872* lawyer 

Johnson, Herman Sidney, 138 W. 137th St.. 
Xew York City, N. Y.; principal Classical 
Institute St Michaels, Md.; professor an- 
cient languages, Lebanon College, Pa.; 
president, Hillsdale Classical Institute and 
Telegraph College; professor Greek, Ne- 
braska wesleyan University; real estate, 2 
Rector St. 

Mack, Russel Little, Wellsboro, Pa.; manu- 
facturer of carriages. 

Wood, John Edward Reese, Frederick, Md.; 
lawyer. 

1866 

Bea tty, Henry Jacob, 207 N. Front St., Har- 
risburg. Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, A. 

B. 1868; A. M., 1871; retired manufacturer. 
Bowman, Henry Leader, 4042 Chestnut St., 

Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1668; merchant, 31 S. 4th St. 

Broadbent, George Subers, Easton, Pa. 

Dunning, Thomas Stevenson, 1328 N. 15th 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege. A. B. 1867; A. M., 1870; M. D. Hahne- 
mann Medical College, Philadelphia, 1870; 
physician. 

Illick, John Theron, 625 Garfield Ave., Bur- 
lington, Iowa; lawyer, Hedge Bldg. 

Longnecker. Henry Clay, 2015 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. M. 1881; DD. S.. 1876, Philadelphia Den- 
tal College; ensign U. S. Navy, 1869-72; 
dentist. 

Snively, Summerfleld Emory, 63d and Mar- 
ket Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; trans, to D. C. 
Alpha; clergyman. 

Snively, Thaddeus Alexander, 63d and Mar- 
ket Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; clergyman. 

Thompson, John Wesleyi 114 Main St., 
Coatesvllle, Pa.; president, National Bank 
of Chester Valley 

Williams, John Fletcher, 3107 Walbrook Ave., 
Baltimore, Md.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1870; A. M., 1895; lawyer. 

1867 

Linn, George Wilds, Malvern, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1869; M. D. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1872; physician. 

McMahon, Charles Edward, Chicago, 111. 

Penniweii, David, Greenwood. Del.; retired 
merchant. 

Post, Edwin, 916 College Ave. S., Greencas- 
tle. Ind. 

Shakespeare, James Haman, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

1868 

Belford, Joseph M., Osbom Ave., Rlverhead, 
N. Y.; representative In Congress, First 
congressional district. New York, 56th 
Congress; lawyer; judge of probate court. 

Crouse, Henry William, New York City, 
^ew York 

Shelley, John Lawrence, 315 E. Malti St., 
Mcchanicsburg, Pa.; member Board of In- 
corporators, Dickinson School of Law; 
member Board of Trustees, Lutheran The- 
ological Seminary, Gettysburg, Pa,; law- 
yer. 

Wooley, Dan lei Morris, 76 Clarkson Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; physician. 



Young, Qeorge Carothers, State Normal 
School, Kutztown, Pa.; supt. of dept. of 
music. Keystone State Normal School. 

1869 

Bottoms, William i^cDonald, All Saints Vic- 
arage, Swanscombe, Kent. England; clerk 
in Holy Orders, incumbent. 

Clements, Charles Wesley, Crumpton, Md.; 
Member Maryland legislature, 1894; mer- 
chant. 

Oashiell, William Handy, Princess Anne, 
Md.: grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1871; 
A. M., 187-1; principal Smyrna, Del., Semi- 
nary, 1871-77; principal Crlsfleld High 
School, 1877-79; supt. public schools, Som- 
erset County, Md., 1884-88; lawyer. 

Headden, William Parker, 120 W. Magnolia, 
Fort Collins, Colo.; assistant. University 
of Pennsylvania, two years; professor 
chemistry, Md. Agr. College, 3^ years; 
professor chemistry. University of^ Denver, 
five years; professor of chemistry, S. D. 
School of Mines; professor of chemistry. 
State Agricultural College, sixteen years. 

Hlllman, Conway Wing, 1734 Ridge Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; grad. Dickinson College, A. 
B., 1873; C. E., 1874; A. M.. 1877; Lafayette 
College: railroad accountant. 

Myers, David Jay, 111 S. 37th St.. Philadel- 

{>hia. Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 1872; 
awyer, 625-627, 1328 Chestnut St 

Ralston, David, 316 Cass St., Cadillac, Mich.; 
grad. University of Pennsylvania, M. D 
1873; physician. 

Shopp, John H., 510 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, 
Pa.: lawyer, Bergner Bldg. 

Wilbur, Qeorge Edgar, 61 W. 1st St., Blooms- 
burg, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 187b ; 
supervising principal public schools, 
Bloomsburg, 1875-77; professor higher 
mathematics. State Normal School. 

1870 

Dunning, Charles Thompson, Osceola Mills, 
Pa.: grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1872; 
A. M., 1875; D. D., 1901; vice-pres. and in- 
structor, Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111.; 
vice pres. and instructor of Latin and 
Greek, Pennington Seminary, N. J.; M. E. 
minister. 

Gross, William Charles, 3335 N. 17th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1874; lawyer, 76 Stafford Bldg. 

Hartman, Paul A., 514 W. 3d St., Harris- 
burg, Pa.; medical inspector. State Depart- 
ment of Health; director State Tuberculo- 
sis Dispensary; physician. 

Holland, Joseph E., Milford, Del.; director* 
First National Bank and Mutual Fire In- 
surance Co.; wholesale grocer and seeds- 
man. 

Williams, John Robert. 904 Olive St., St. 
Louis, Mo.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 
1874; A. M., 1877, Lafayette College; law- 



yer. 



1871 



Amthor, Andrew Jackson, Williamstown, 
Pennsylvania; minister. 

Dillon, John Francis 833 Harrison St., San 
Francisco, Cal.: grad. Dickinson College. 
A. B. 1876; A. M., 1879: M. D., 1881, Iowa 
State University: teacher, 1877-78; sur- 
geon, U. S. Marine Hospital, San Fran- 
cisco, 1878-79: surgeon. Southern Pacific 
Railroad. 1894; surgeon to United Rail- 
roads of San Francisco, 1901; professor of 
materia medlca and therapeutics, College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, 1898; profes- 
sor of materia medlca and therapeutics. 



26 



PHI KAPPA PSI FBtATERNITY. 



San Francisco College, 1902; district heaith 
officer since 1903; physician and surgeon, 
833 Harrison St. 
Dobbins, John Young, Camden, N. J.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1875; A. M., 1878; 

D. D., 1889; M. E. minister. 

Miller, Qeorge Henry, 119 York St., Savan- 
nah, Ga.; lawyer. 

8pottswood, Wilbur FItk, Hotel Bonaven- 
ture, Kansas City, Mo.; grad. A. B. Dick- 
inson College, 1873; A. M., 1877; professor 
natural science, Dickinson Seminary, Wil- 
liamsport. Pa., 1873; asst. chemist, Iron- 
master's Laboratory, 1874-76; charge of 
stores. Bureau of Construction, U. S. Navy 
Yard, 1877-82; lawyer, 416 New York Ldfe 
Building. 

Wood, Charles H., Petersburg, W. Va. 

1872 

Price, Jacob Embury, 1868 Amsterdam 
Ave., New York City, N. Y.; grad. Dickin- 
son College, A. B., 1876; A. M., 1879; D. D., 
1891; Syracuse University, Ph. D.; profes- 
sor of ma thematic, 1876-78; vice-principal 
1877-78, Pennington Seminary, N. J.; 11. 

E. minister. 

8hakeapeare, Qeorge Oacar, 1335 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; state librarian, Dela- 
ware, 1877-79; assistant secretary of state, 
Delaware, 1879-81; insurance agent, Pacific 
Mutual Life & Accident Insurance Co. of 
California. 

1873 

Manning, Eugene West, Newark, Del. 
RIdgawaj/. Charles Bascom, Laramie, Wyo.; 

grad. Dickinson College, 1876; professor of 

mathematics, University of Wyoming. 
Wilson, William Wells Wolfe, 466 DeKalb 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; pastor DeKalb Ave. 

M. E. Church. 

1874 

Bacon, Qeorge C, 808 11th St. N. E.. Wash- 
ington, D. C; grad. Dickinson College, A. 
B. 1877; D. D., 1900; M. E. minister, Doug- 
las Memorial Church. 

Blackledge, James, 934 3d St., Santa Monica, 
Cal.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1876; 
A. M., 1878; professor in Anglo- Japanese 
College, Tokyo, Japan; clergyman and pro- 
fessor Hebrew language and lit.. Universi- 
ty Southern Cal. 

Conover, Howard John, Sewell, N. J.; pastor 
Bethel M. E. Church, HurfCvllle, N. J. 

Cure, Qeorge Alvah, Norwich, N. Y., grad. 
Dickinson College. A. B. 1876; principal 
Jermyn. Pa., graded schools, 1876-80; M. 
E. minister. 

Eckersley, Wright, Lakewood, N. J.; grrad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1876; A. M., 1879; 
M. E. minister. 

Qreen, James Monroe, 55 N. Clinton Ave., 
Trenton, N. J.; grad. Illinois Wesleyan 
University, A. M. 1884; Ph. B., 1884; Ph. 
D., 1890; principal of schools. Long Branch, 
N. J., 1876-89; principal State Normal and 
Model Schools, Trenton, N. J., since 1889. 

Qrois, Thomas Franklin, 220 Apsley St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; lawyer, 315 Hale Bldg., 
1328 Chestnut St. 

Morgan, James Henry, Carlisle, Pa.; college 
professor of Greek and dean of Dickinson 
College. 

Sheppard, William Francis, Lumbervllle, 
Pa.; M. E. minister. 

Swartley, Walter, 2242 S. Hicks St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; salesman, Wanamaker's, 
Philadelphia. 



1876 

Conwelli Charles Sheppard, Camden, Del.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1877; A. M., 
1880; instructor in mathematics, Penning- 
ton Seminary, N. J., 1877-79; professor 
Latin and English literature, Wilmington 
Conference Academy, Dover, Del., 1880-84; 
professor Greek and Latin, Delaware Col- 
lege; farmer. 

Qordy, Wilbur FIsk, 37 Avon Place, Spring- 
field, Mass.; grad. Wesleyan University, 
1880; vice-prfnclpja, Middletown High 
School; supt. of schools, Ansonia, Conn.; 
supervising principal. North School, Hart- 
ford, Conn.; now superintendent of schools, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Hartley, John Martin. Philadelphia, Pa.; 
railroad ofllciai. Pa. K. R. Co.. Broad St. 
Station. 

McKay, Robert; Moorestown, N. J.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1877; A. M., 1886; 
D. D., 1892; minister. 

Mumper, William Norrls, 823 W. State St., 
Trenton, N. J.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1879; A. M., 1882; Ph. D., 1886, Syra- 
cuse University; instructor natural sci- 
ence, Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1879- 
81; Long Branch, N. J., High School, 1882- 
83; Maryland Agricultural College, 1883- 
84; professor of physics. State Normal 
School since 1893. 

Powell, Walter Anderson, 3610 Gladstone 
Blvd., Kansas City, Mo.; judge circuit 
court, Jackson County, Mo., Independence 
division. 

Ralston, James McAllister, Ocean Grove, 
N. J.; teacher. 

Sickler, Jasper Brittan, Peckville, Pa. 

1876 

Bulette, Lorenzo Dow, 23 W. Mt. Pleasant 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson 
College, A. B. 1880; A. M., 1885; teaching 
Latin and Greek Rugby Academy, Phila., 
1884-6; admitted to bar, 1886; lawyer, 140 
S. Broad St. 

Caldwell, Coates, Oxford, Pa.; grad. Dickin- 
son College, A. B. 1880; A. M., 1883; pro- 
fessor Greek and higher mathematics, 
Wilmington Conference Academy, Dover, 
Del., 1882-85; druggist. 

Hollingshead, James Sterling, 4814 Warring- 
ton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; chief clerk, 
Philadelphia Car Service Association. 

King, Qeorge Emory, Beaver Memorial Par- 
sonage, Lewisburg, Pa.; minister. 

1877 

Johnson, Charles Thomas, 813 Market Space, 
Washington, D. C; trans, to Pa. Iota; 
salesman. 

Learned, Marlon Dexter, 4214 Spruce St.» 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, A. B. 1880; A. M., 1883; L. H. D.,. 
1904; grad. Johns Hopkins University. Ph. 
D., 1887; instructor in languages, Dickin- 
son Seminary, Williamsport, Pa,, 1880-84; 
instructor and associate professor of Ger- 
man, Johns Hopkins University, 1886-95; 
professor of German, University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Parker, John Stevens, Bridgeboro, N. J.; M. 
E. minister. 

1878 

Brown, Peyton, Annapolis Junction, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1882; A. M., 
1885; LL. B., University of Maryland, 1884; 
editorial department. Bureau of Forestry,. 
Washington, D. C. 



DICKINSON COLLEGE. 



27 



Caldwell, James Hope, 126 Riverside Drive, 
New York City, N. Y.; grad. Dickinson 
College, A. B. 1880; A. M., 1883; LL. B., 
University of Pennsylvania, 1884; lawyer, 
100 Broadway. 

Dealey Henry Buckmatter, 1207 Connecticut 
Ave., Wasnington, D. C; physician. 

Evans, Stephen Henrv, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mosser, Benjamin hlenrv, 404 Mifflin St., 
Huntingdon, Pa.; graa. Dickinson Semi- 
nary, Williamsport, Pa., 1877; Dickinson 
College, 1879; clergyman; district superin- 
tendent, Methodist Episcopal Church, Cen- 
tral Pennsylvania Conference, Juniata dis- 
trict. 

Robinson, Henry RIdgelv, 11 Monmouth St., 
Red Bank, N. J.: grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1881; A. M., 1884; D. D., 1908; min- 
ister. 

Stocking, Oliver Eastborn, 4737 Silverwood, 
Rosborough, Philadelphia, Pa.; minister, 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 



1879 

Champion, Joseph Van Meter, Mansfield, 
111.; grad. Dickinson College, 1882; M. D., 
1886, Rush Medical College, Chicago; sur- 
geon. 

Conover, Ellsha, Newark, Del.; professor of 
Latin and Oreek, Delaware College. 

Eckels, William Alexander, Carlisle, Pa.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1883; Ph. 
D. Johns Hopkins, 1898; professor of 
Greek, Rlpon College, 1891-5; professor of 
Greek, Miami University. 1899-1907: act- 
ing professor of Latin, university of Ten- 
nessee, 1907-8. 

Eckersley, James, New Egypt, N. J.; M. E. 
minister. 

Strite, Abraham Clinton, Hagerstown, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1882; A. M., 
1885; mayor of Hagerstown, 1904; lawyer. 



1880 

Callaway, Henry Summerffeld, 1637 Arch St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; lawyer, 625-27 Hale 
Building. 

Collins, Vaughan Smith, Port Deposit, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1881; A. M., 
1884; M. E. minister. 

Qlbbs, Stacy Wilbur, 137* Montgomery St., 
San Francisco, Cal.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, Ph. B. 1883; assistant city attorney, 
Tacoma, Wash., 1884-6; lawyer, 13 Mills 
Building. 

Nesbitt, Clarence Samuel, 4833 Cedar Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; parquetry floor busi- 
ness, 143 S. 13th St. 



1881 

Cummlngs, Joseph Merrlken, 108 E. Balti- 
more St., Baltimore, Md.; grad. Dickinson 
College; A. B. 1885; editor. The News. 

Johns, Robinson Lincoln, San Francisco, 
Cal.; grad. Dickinson College, Ph. B., 
1884; LL. B., 1886, and LL. M., 1887. Co- 
lumbian University; lawyer, Monadnock 
Building. 

Linville, Edwin Houston, Haddonfleld, N. J. 

Stevens, Theodore, 26 Montalt Road, Wood- 
ford Green. London, England; grad. Le- 
high University, B. M. 1886; E. M., 1887; 
electrical engineer. 

Strite, Jacob Aaron, 247 E. Market St., 
Chambersburg, Pa.; lawyer, 301 Cham- 
bersburg Trust Co. Bldg. 



1882 

Arthur, Amos Alvln, 1912 Poplar St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1884; A. M., 1887; Ph. D., 1897; M. 
E. minister. 

Curry, Edwin Adams, Danville, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1886; M. D. 1889, 
University of Pennsylvania; physician. 

Howell, Samuel Emerson, 815 Park Ave., 
Omaha, Neb.; druggist. 

1883 

Hughes, Percy Meredith, 318 B St. S. E., 
Washington, D. C; tran. to Md. Alpha; 
grad. Johns Hopkins University, A. B. 
1886; LL. B., 1890, and LL. M., 1891, Co- 
lumbian University; instructor in busi- 
ness training. Central High School of 
Washington, 1886-7; professor of history 
and political economy, 1887-9; assistant 
superintendent public schools, D. C. 

Langsdorf, William Bell, Denver, Colo.; 
clergyman; educator; editor. 

Leakln, Phil Moore, 15 Prospect St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. ; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 
1885; A. M., 1888; insurance agent. 

Vale, Ellsha Mode, W. High St., Carlisle, 
Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1887; 
A. M., 1900; clerk. Department of Internal 
Affairs, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Vale, Thomas Eyster, W. Louther St., Car- 
lisle, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 
1887; principal public schools. Delta, Pa., 
1887-89; borough attorney, Carlisle, Pa., 
1899; chief burgess, 1900; district attorney, 
Cumberland County, Pa., 1902-05; lawyer. 
Court House Ave. 

1884 

Boyer, William DeWald, 1560 Monroe Ave.. 

Scran ton. Pa.; coal operator, 826 Connell 

Building. 
Meloy, Andrew O., 170 W. 73d St., New 

York City, N. i.; broker-promoter, 25 

Broad St. 
Needy, Carl Wolston, Waynesboro, Pa.; 

lawyer. 

1886 

Holler, Walter Fuller, Chambersburg, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Morris, Qeorge Van Oerveer, 450 W. 3d St., 
Lexington, Ky.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1889; A. M.. 1891: B. D. Drew Semi- 
nary, 1891; D. D. Union Seminary, 1906; 
D. D. Dickinson, 1908; minister. Centenary 
Meth. Epis. Church. 

Sterling, ueorge Reese, Princess Anne, Md. 

Stubbs, George Parkin, 114 S. 40th St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; physician. 

1886 

Dryden, Abraham Lincoln, Crlsfield, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1888; A. M., 
1891; member Maryland legislature, 1890; 
state senator, 1896-8; special deputy col- 
lector of customs, port of Baltimore, 1898- 
1902; member legislature, 1902; assistant 
treasurer, U. S.. 1902-07; collector of Port 
Crlsfield, Md., 1907. 

Forman, Samuel Eagle, 2235 Barclay St., 
Baltimore, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; 
grrad. Dickinson College, 1887; Johns Hop- 
kins University, Ph. D., 1897. 

McKelvey, J. R., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pearce, Wilbur Martin, 1238 Greenmount 
Ave., Baltimore, Md.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, Ph. B. 1890; A. M., 1893; M. D., 1893, 
University of Pennsylvania; physician. 



28 



PHI KAPPA P8I FRATERNITY. 



Zimmorman, Albert Henry, Utica, N. Y.; 
srrad. Dickinson Collegre. A. B. 1890; A. M., 
1893; M. E. minister. 

1887 

Boyer, Samuel Christian, Jr., Pratt, W. Va.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1891; LXi. 
B., 1893, Dickinson School of Law; min- 
ing. 

Illlngworth, Ralph Walshaw, Main St, Ma- 
rietta, Pa.; clergyman. 

Mills, George Edward, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
grad. Dickinson College. A. B. 1891; A. M., 
1894; LL. B. Dickinson School of Law, 
1896; professor of law, Dickinson School 
of Law, 1892-1901; lawyer. 

Wharton, William Walter, 131 N. Lans- 
downe Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ; secretary and 
treasurer, Keystone Telephone Co. of 
Philadelphia. 

1888 

Black, Charles William McQowan, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Eveland, William Perry, Williamsport Dick- 
inson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. B. 1892; A. M.. 1893; 
Ph. D., 1895; D. D.. 1907; Methodist Epis- 
copal minister; now president, Williams- 
port Dickinson Seminary. 

Qlfford, Edward Stuart, 1634 N. 15th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania, M. D. 1893; physician. 

Qreer, Charles Coover, Johnstown, Pa.; 
grad. Dickinson College, 1892. A. B.; law, 
1893; city solicitor for Johnstown, 1899- 
1908; lawyer. Swank Bldg. 

Price, Joseph Hllyed, Roaring Spring, Pa.; 
minister. 

String, William Paxson, 2436 N. 30th St., 
Philadelphia, P£l; supervising principal, 
Wm. H. Hunter School, Mascher and Dau- 
phin Sts. 

Sudler, Foster, Sudlersville. Md.; grad. Dick- 
inson College, Ph. B. 1891; A. M., 1894; 
physician. 

Turner, Henry Clay, Wilmington, Del.; 
grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1891; A. M., 
1894; M. E. minister. 

1889 

Baker, James Henry, 2008 Park Ave., Bal- 
timore, Md.; gnrad. Dickinson College, 1893; 
lawyer, 225-31 Law Bldp. 

Bozorth, Hiram Richard, ML Joy, Pa. 

Curry, William Maglli, 817 Quincy Ave., 
Scranton, Pa.; lawyer, 827 Connell Bldg. 

Evans, Fryslnger, 76 W. Greenwood Ave., 
Lansdowne. Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
A. B. 1892; A. M., 1895; treasurer Dickin- 
sdn College, 1899-1907; lawyer, 2015 Land 
Title Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Hynson, John Leonard, 410 Chestnut St.. 
Lebanon, Pa.; minister. 

McCrea, Abel Charles Thomas, Newark, 
N. ,J.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 1892; 
A. M., 1895; D. D., 1908; B. D. Drew Semi- 
nary, 1895; M. E. minister. 

Storm, Arthur Leigh, 94 Hamilton Place, 
New York City, N. T.; architect, 156 5th 
Avenue. 

Strlte, Louis McConvas, 62 Broadway, Ha- 
gerstown, Md.; instructor Washington 
County High School, 1893-98; manager Ha- 
gerstown Storage &, Transfer Co. since 
1906. 

1890 

Curran, James Harris. Port Deposit, Md. 
HImes, Harper Alexander, 154 Magnolia 



Ave., Jersey City, N. J.; grad. Dickinson 
College, Ph. B. 1894; manufacturer of 
hardware and metal work, 157-63 W. 29th 
St., New York City. 

Houser, Norton Thomas, Arnot, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, A. M. 1894; Ph. B., 
1894* minister 

Robbins, Charles LeRoy, 41 N. Franklin St.. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa.; lawyer, 102 Second Na- 
tional Bank Bldg. 

1891 

Ashley, Alexander McClure, U. S. Dept. of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C; grad. 
Dickinson College, Ph. B. 1894; LL, B. 
National University of Law, 1895; A. M. 
Dickinson, 1897; section director in U. S. 
Weather Bureau, 1896-1906; inspector in 
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. 1907-09. 

Shelilto, Wallace H., Sioux Falls, S. D. 

Taylor. Harry Neafle, Maricopa, Cal.; grad. 
Dickinson College, 1891-93; Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College, 1898; staff Bellevue 
Hospital, N. Y. City; resident physician. 
Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. City; attending 
physician. Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. City. 

1892 

Jacobs, Charles Sumner, Mobile, Ala.; ad- 
vertising manager. The Herald. 

Points, George, Bedford, Pa.; grad. Dickin- 
son School of Law, LL. B. 1896; lawyer. 

Sellers, Montgomery Porter, 559 S. Hanover 
St., Carlisle, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
1893, Ph. B.; A. M., 1894; associate pro- 
fessor English and German, Dickinson 
College. 1894-1905; professor of rhetoric, 
Dickinson College. 

Vale, Ruby Ross, Walnut SL. Milford, Del.; 
principal of Milford Classical School; au- 
thor; lawyer. 

1893 

Boyer, Archibald, Pratt. W. Va.; mining. 

Howell, Louis Bennington, St. Paul's Rec- 
tory, Norwalk. Conn.; grad. Dickinson 
College, A. B. 1897; A. M., 1900; rector of 
St, Paul's Church. 

Merrill, Arthur Merton, 400 Poplar St.. 
Memphis, Tenn.; teacher. 

Price, Harry LInwood, 1303 McCulloh St. 
Baltimore, Md.^ grad. Dickinson College. 
A. B. 1896; LL. B. Law Dept., University 
of Maryland, 1898; lawyer. Law Bldg. 

Ritchie, Marlon Delmar, Empire Bldg. 
Pittsburg, Pa.; grad. University of Penn- 
sylvania, M. D. 1899; physician to St. Jo- 
seph's Hospital. Phila., and Bellevue Hos- 
pital, New York; author; physician. 

Swartley, Francis Kile, North Wales, Pa.; 
grad. Law School, University of Pa., 1901; 
lawyer. 1133 Land Title Bldg., Philadel- 
phia. 

Taylor, Walter, 700 2d Ave., Asbury Park, 
N. J.; lawyer. 

1894 

Barton, Claude. Homestead, Pa.; grad. Uni- 
versity of Louisville, M. D. 1901; physi- 
cian. 

Bosiey, William H., Jr., 1403 Park Ave.. 
Baltimore. Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha. 

Campbell, Bruce H., Johnstown, Pa.; lawyer, 
DIbert Bldg. 

Horn, David Wilbur, 17th and Wood Sts.. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, A. B. 1897; A. M., 1898; Ph. D., 1900, 
Johns Hopkins University: professor of 
chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-8; 



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professor of chemistry. Central Manual 
Training School. 

Linton, S«lah Ley, "The Rocks," Johns- 
town, Pa.; civil engineer. 

Lowther, Harry Cornmanp Bellwood, Pa. 

Rochow, Charles Albert W.» York, Pa.; 
grad. Dickinson School of Law, 1896; law- 
yer. 

1896 

Herman, Joseph Bosler, 132 W. Main St., 
Carlisle, Pa.; shoe salesman. 

Kellum, John White, "Kane Apts.," Wil- 
mington, Del.; with the E. I. au Pont de 
Nemours Powder Co. 

1896 

Clarke, James Morgan, 71 12th St., Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.; trans, to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 

Ewing, Cecil Andrew, Port Deposit, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, 1898; master Wil- 
mington Conference Academy, 1898-99; 
vice-principal Wilmington Conference 
Academy; acting principal; master mathe- 
matics. Tome School, 1901-8; professor of 
Mathematics, Tome School for Boys. 

Herman, John Adair, 132 W. High St., Car* 
lisle 'Pa * la^irver 

Houston, David Nell, 1411 10th St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. ; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, 1900; Columbian University, Law, 
19u3; lawyer. 

McCurdy, John P., Clearfield, Pa.; grad. 
Dickinson College, 1900; Journalist. 

Mulhollan, Henrv William, 1716 Harvard 
Ave., Seattle, Wash.; grad. Dickinson Col- 
lege, 1900; teacher. 

Strlte, Clarence Edward, 52 Broadway, Ha- 
gerstown, Md.; medical officer, U. S. Navy, 
care Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. 

WIngert, Lewis Peter, Hagerstown, Md. ; 
grad. Dickinson College. 1898; treasurer, 
Hagerstown Furniture Co. 

1897 

Boyer, Ralph Lechllder, 163 W. Franklin St., 
Hagerstown, Md. 

Keedy, Grafton Tracy, Lewiston, Idaho; 
grad. Dickinson College. Ph. B. 1901; 
rancher. 

Keedy, Roy Eugene, Colonial Apartments, 
Johnstown, Pa.; brick business. 

Roe, Robert E., Ketchikan, Alaska; grad. 
Dickinson College, 1898; general theolog- 
ical Seminary, 1900; minister; missionary 
to Alaska. 

Tate, Douglas Roy, Seattle. Wash.; agent 
U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co, of Mary- 
land. 

Williams, George Walker, Johnstown, Pa.; 
drafting dept., Cambria Steel Co., 227 
Locust St. 

1898 

Arthur, Joseph Melville, Port Deposit, Md.; 
grad. Dickinson College, Ph. B. 1902; in- 
structor in science, Danville Military In- 
stitute, 1902-04; head housemaster, Tome 
School for Boys, 1905-09; master in sci- 
ence. The Tome School for Boys. 

Bacon, Lewis Martin, Jr., 806-8 E. Preston 
St., Baltimore, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; 
special agent. Provident Life & Trust Co., 
306 Fidelity Bldg. 

Kline, George Plumer, Greensburg, Pa.; 
lawver 

Kline, Wade Turney, 436 W. Otterman St., 
Greensburg, Pa.; lawyer. 

McCiure, Samuel Hall, cor. Spring and Lo- 
gan, Bellefonte, Pa. 



Nevling, Reuben Fitch, Becconia, Pa.; grad. 

Dickinson College, 1902. 
8hannahan, Earl McNeal, E^aaton, Md.; 

member Arm of Sannahan & Wrightson 

a ard vira re Co 
Wilbur, Harry Curran, 61 W. Ist St., 

Bloomsburg. Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 

1902: journalism. 
Wolflnger, Don Leiter, Chambersburg, Pa. 

1899 

Evans, Charles Shryock, Ebensburg, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Holland, John P., Milford, Del.; wholesale 
grocer. 

Jump, Clifford Bowen, Easton, Md.; haber- 
dasher. 

Ray, Daniel Pattee, 413 Locust St., Johns- 
town, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, A. B. 
1903; A. M., 1908; M. D. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1907; resident physician, Mc- 
Keesport Hospital, McKeesport. Pa.; The 
Western Pa. Hospital, Pittsburg, and The 
Paterson General Hospital, Paterson, N. J., 
19j<-08: physician. 

1900 

Barkle, Paul Raymond, Osbiaonia, Pa. 
Clevenger, Oliver Blafne, 2411 Pennsylvania 

Ave., Washington, D. C. ; stenographer. 
Rogers, Benjamin E., Danville, Pa.; grad. 

Dickinson College, 1903. 
Stanton, William Layton, Claremont, Cal.; 

grad. Dickinson College, 1903; instructor 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1903-04; 

teacher. Morristown, N. J.; Claremont, 

California. 

1901 

Bosler, Abram, Carlisle. Pa.; grad. Dickin- 
son College, 1905; vice-president, Carlisle 
Shoe Co. 

Carlln, Edwin James, 735 18th St., comer 
Stout, Denver. Colo.; grad. Dickinson Law 
School. 1904; lawyer. 

Cook, Robert Dlngwell, 267 High St., New- 
ark, N. J.; grad. Dickinson Law School, 
1904; lawyer. 

Isaacs, Harry Richards, Georgetown. Del.; 
grad. Dickinson College, 1904; professor 
of Latin, Wilmington Conference Acade- 
my, 1904; grad. Oxford, England, 1908; 
lawyer. 

Slerer, Edwin, Chambersburg, Pa.; stock 
saleman. 

Wilbur, George Elmer, 1541 Laura St., Jack- 
sonville, Fla. ; grad. Dickinson College, 
1904; professor ancient languages, Duval 
High School. 

Williams, John William, Crapo, Md. 

1902 

Adams, Wilbur Louis, 327 W. 23d St.. Wil- 
mington, Del.; lawyer, Ford Bldg. 

Barnhart, Frank Pierce (Rosbury), Franklin 
St., Johnstown, Pa.; grad. Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1902; Dickinson Law School, 1905; 
member of Pa. Legislature, 1907-09; law- 
yer, Swank Bldg. 

Ferguson, William M., 388 S. 11th St., New- 
ark, N. J.; central office manager, N. Y. & 
N. J. Tel. Co., 176 Avon Ave. 

Hall, Ralph O., Beech Creek, Pa.; gi'ad. 
Dickin.««on College, 1906. 

Wile, Henry Fahnestock, Carlisle, Pa. 

1903 

Buoy, Robert Bennevllle, Milton, Pa.; hard- 
ware business. 



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KIstier, Earl William, 40 N. Jardln St.» 
Shenandoah, Pa.; grad. Dickinson Med- 
ical College, Phila., 1909; resident physi- 
cian, Hahnemann Hospital, Philadelphia. 

LIngle. Charles Perclval, 224 N. Union St., 
Mlddletown, Pa.; grad. Dickinson College, 
1907. 

Rich, Robert Fleming, Woolrich, Pa.; shirt 
and woolen manufacturing. 

White, William Henderson, Otisvllle, N. T.; 

frad. Dickinson College, 1903; Johns Hop- 
ins, 1907; physician, on staff at Sanita- 
rium. 

1904 

Arnold, George K., 92 Momingside Ave., 
New York City, N. Y.; salesman, Uneeda 
Biscuit Co. 

Haines, Edwin Lincoln, Main St., Rising 
Sun, Md.; hardware business. 

Hoerle, Robert Caspar, Johnstown, Pa.; 
grad. Yale Law School, 1907; lawyer. Otto 
Building. 

KIstler, John O., 40 N. Jardin St., Shenan- 
doah, Pa.; grad. Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege, 1909; resident physician, Pittsburg 
Homeopathic Hospital. 

Parvii, Qrover Cleveland, 104 Court, Read- 
ing, Pa.; supt, Reading Oil & Gas Engine 
Company. 

Pierce, James Primrose, Jr., Milford, Del.; 
hardware. 

Stevenson, Charles K., Lock Haven, Pa.; 
lumber salesman. 

Wolfe, Qeorge Edward, 426 Pine St., Johns- 
town, Pa.; lawyer, Hannan BIdg. 

1905 

Cochran, Herbert Green, Dover, Del.; grad. 
Dickinson College, 1908; Rhodes scholar 
from Delaware to Oxford University, Eng- 
land. 

Simpson, John Pierce, Milford, Del. 

1906 

Beckley, Harry Coiley, 218 Hamilton St., 
Harnsburg. Fa.; paper maker. 

Behney, Ralph Haak, 321 E. Chestnut St., 
Lebanon, Pa. 

Bosler, Newton Lemen, 133 Main St., Car- 
lisle, Pa.; lumber. 

Breneman, Henrv Qaynor, 213 E. Hanover 
St., Trenton, N. J.; Philadelphia repre- 
sentative, Empire Rubber Mfg. Co. 

Houck, Frank McQowan, Boiling Springs, 
Pennsylvania. 



Mardls, Frank G., 408 Somerset St., Johns- 
town, Pa.; Insurance. 

Miller, Jacob Heck, Shiremanstown, Pa.; 
flour, grain and warehouse. 

Phllhower, Charles A., Mountalnvllle, N. J. 

Shaffer, Roy Lee, 5 W. Fort Ave.. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Stevenson, Qeorge Bond, Lock Haven, Pa. 

Underwood, Charles Vincent, 624 Jefferson 
Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

White, Harry, Irwin, Pa.; mining. 

1907 

Dulany, Henry, Taylor Hall, South Bethle- 
hem, Pa. 

Macklln, Qeorge Thomas, Milford, Del. 

Mumper, Hewllngs, 823 W. State St.. Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

Powell, Earle Rockwell, 80 Highland Ave., 
BuflTalO; N. T. 

Storey, Henry Wilson, Jr., 250 Main St., 
Johnstown. Pa. 

Stuart, George S., 262 W. Pomfret St, Car- 
lisle, Pa. 

Thompson, Howard Earl, WiUiamstown, Pa. ; 
minister. 

Vanneman, Joseph Stephens, Havre de 
Grace, Md. 

Wllley, Earl D., Greenwood, Del. 

1908 

Crane, Jesse Ernest, Branchville, N. J. 

Dickson, Myron Low, Milton. Pa. 

Hicks, Wimam Qorgas, 1937 N. 3d St., Har- 
rlsburg, Pa. 

Hosle, Donald McLane, 1560 Monroe Ave., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Irwin, William B., 11th Ave.. Munhall, Pa. 

Jump, Wilbur Henry, Houston, Del. 

Renn, Paul RIchter, 121 Arch St., Sunbury, 
Pennsylvania. 

Stoute, Maurice H. P., Belleville, Barbados 
Island, West Indies. 

Strite, Edwin Durborow, 242 E. Market St., 
Chambersburg, Pa. 

Thomas, William Daniel, 47 E. 3d St, Potts- 
town, Pa. 

1909 

Jacobs, Horace Lincoln, Jr., 1208 13th St., 
Altoona, Pa. 

McAuney, Burnett Olcott, Carlisle, Pa. 

Mumper, Norrls McAllister, 823 W. State 
St., Trenton, N. J. 

Potter, George Abram, 1506 13th Ave., Al- 
toona, Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA ETA. 

FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE, 

LANCASTER, PA. 

FOUNDED 1860 BY JACOB O. KNIPE, A. C. REINOCHI, H. H. W. 
HIBSHMAN, D. L. SCHWARTZ AND IRENAEU8 8HALTER. 



1860 

Bittenger, Charles Lewis, Ocala, Fla.; served 
In Co. D, 76th P. Vols., civil war; promo- 
ted from private to lieutenant and cap- 
tain; editor Star. 

Cremer, W. C, Chambersburg, Pa.; minister. 

Knipe, Jacob O., Norrlstown, Pa.; physician. 

Miller, Simon 8., Frederick, Md.; minister. 

Williams, Frederick, WUkesbarre. Pa. 

1861 

Rathvon, Samuel Forney, 1333 Pine St., 
Boulder, Colo.; trans, to Pa. Epsllon; gr&d. 
Pa. College, 1866; general manager. The 
Inland OH Co. 

SchaefTer, E. H., Peoria, 111.; merchant. 

1862 

Cesena, John B., Hastings, Neb., lawyer. 
McKinstry, C. B., Zumbrota, Minn.; lawyer. 

1863 

Weaver, Robert C, Bethlehem, Pa. ; minister. 

1864 

Apple, Samuel S., Easton, Pa. 
Brownback, Orlando Walker, 77 S. Pendle- 
ton Ave., Pendleton, Ind.; physician. 

1866 

Rotenmuller, Qeorge Frederick, 651 Shaw 
Ave., McKeesport, Pa.: grad. Franklin and 
Marshall College, 1869: Divinity School, 
Philadelphia, 1872; rector St. Stephen's 
Church. 

1866 

Durban, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Truxal, Albert Ell, Meyersdale, Pa.; grad. 
Franklin and Marshall College, A. B., 
1869; B. D., 1872, Reformed Theological 
Seminary; minister. 

1867 

Dathler, James B., Allentown, Pa.; lawyer. 
Kremer, Edward Payson, 937 Chestnut St., 
Lebanon, Pa. ; dentist. 



Kremer, William M., New York City, N. T.; 
with German-American Insurance Co. 

1868 

Bridenbaugh, Samuel R., Reading, Pa.; 
minister. 

Fisher, Nevin H., Philadelphia. Pa.; minister. 

Wolfe, James High, 3302 N. 15th St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; grad. Franklin and Marshall 
College, 1870, A. B.; A. M., 1873; admitted 
to bar, 1872; lawyer, 444 Drexel Bldg. 

1869 

Baker, Samuel, Baltimore, Md. 

Bowman, John Calvin, Lancaster, Pa.; 
president Reformed Theological Seminary. 

DIttmar, O. N., Jefferson, Md. 

Lukenblll, D. R.; address unknown. 

Swentzei, Henry C, Brooklyn, N. Y.; minis- 
ter. 

Young, Charles F., Columbia, Pa. 

1870 

Bowman, Joseph E., Lancaster, Pa. 
Cook, N. S.f Hagerstown, Md.; lawyer. 
Rathvon, William R., Boulder, Colo.; with 

United Oil Co. 
Schafer, S. B., Martlnsburg, Pa. 
Zahner, Louis, Adams, Mass.; minister. 
Zahner, Robert, Atlanta, Ga. 

1871 

Brown, C. H., Philadelphia, Pa.; oculist, 400 
Perry Bldg. 

Wiend, Charles Samuel, 259 Chestnut St., 
Pottstown, Pa.; grad. Franklin and Mar- 
shall College. 1874; founded Perklomen 
Seminary In 1875 and served as principal 
nine years; pastor Zlon Church. 

1872 

Black, William Murray, Governor's Island, 
New York City, N. Y. ; chief engineer Dept. 
of Havana and Dept. of Cuba, 1899-01; 
representing U. S. Canal Commission in 
Panama, 1904-05; adviser Dept Public 
Works, Provisional Government of Cuba, 
1906-08; colonel. Corps of Engineers, U. S. 
Army, Army Bldg.. New York City. 



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1900 

Bell, Henry Andrewsi Tioga St., Canton, Pa.; 

cashier Farmers' National Bank. 
HIemenz, Henry John, Lancaster, Pa.; con- 

tractor 
Peterson, Joseph R., Oreensburg, Pa.; 

lawyer 
Truxal, William CurtlSf Somerset, Pa. 

1901 

Brubaker, William Mercer, Lancaster, Pa.; 
hard^^rare 

Graul, CarlL. O., Mt. Pleasant, Pa.; chemist. 

Snyder, Warren Edward, North Side, Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; commercial paper broker, 1609 
Commonwealth Bldg. 

Stein, Edgar Joseph, 304 S. 19th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; grad. fVanklin and Marshall 
College, 1903; physician. 

Westerman, John, Jr., 418 Cherry St., Co- 
lumbia, Pa.; theatrtcaJ business. 

WInt, Rufus W. G., 470 Front St., Cata- 
sauqua. Pa.; teaching, Massachusetts In- 
stitute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

1902 

BIsslnger, John B., Lancaster, Pa.; manager 
Bell Telephone Co. 

Bridenbaugh, George B., Reading, Pa.; 
music. 

Frantz, Jacob Paul, 321 E. King St, Lan- 
caster, Pa.; grad. Franklin and Marshall 
College, 1906. 

1903 

Appel. John W., Jr., 248 E. 34th St., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Cristman, Milton V., 721 Elmira St, Will- 

iamsport. Pa.; trans, to New York Alpha. 
Gait, John S., Jr., Terre Hill, Pa.; manager 

Letitz Starch Co. 
Graul, Walter L., Jollet, III.; chemist, Bi- 

Prod. Coke Co. 
Henneberger, Frank S., Greencastle, Pa.; 

farming. 
Sellers, Louis B., York, Pa. 

1904 

Bancroft, John Walter, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
physician. 

Bowman, John Davis, Lancaster, Pa. 

Brimmer, John Richard, Lancaster, Pa.; to- 
bacco business. 

Burton, John Henry, Suplee, Pa.; farmer. 

Truxal, Cyrus Walter, Meyersdale, Pa.; phy- 
sician. 

Zimmerman, Rufus Eicher, Main St, Mt. 
Pleasant, Pa. 

1906 

Baker, Harry Loyal, 1400 12th Ave., Altoona, 

Pa.; physician. 
Coldren, Ralph Becker, Carnegie Tech., 

Pittsburg, Pa.; mechanical engineer. 
Ewing, Horace Foster, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Feagley, Chester Cummings, 2230 Page St, 

Philadelphia, Pa.; chemist. Harrison Bros. 
Fink. Walter Hedges, York, Pa.; reporter. 

Philadelphia Press. 
LIvingood, John Ellas, 560 W. James St., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Mover, Jason Kline, Woodstock, Va.; grad. 

Franklin and Marshall College, Ph. B., 

1908; professor and coach, Mossamitten 

Academy. 
Musser, John, Philadelphia, Pa.; minister. 
Truxal, Albert P., Meyersdale, Pa.; cashier. 

Second National Bank. 

1906 

Appel, Richard Gllmore, Columbia Ave., 
Lancaster, Pa.; instructor, history, Frank- 
lin and Marshall Academy. 

Ellmaker, Charles Leonard, 342 E. Orange 
St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Kremer, Fred B., University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; dentist 

Lenhart, William Seldel, 1826 Perkiomen 
Ave.. Reading, Pa.; merchant, 622 Penn 
Street 

Raub, William Shultz, Marietta Ave., Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

Wardley, George Paul, Mt Pleasant, Pa.; 
mechanical engineer. 

Watt, James, Marietta Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 

1907 

Brubaker, L. Allen, 23 N. Pennsylvania St, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Derr, Tilghman Stanley, 444 West James St., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Richards, Joseph William, College Campus, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Schmidt, Clarence Bernhart, 560 W. James 

St., Lancaster, Pa. 

1908 

Bridenbaugh, Philip Henry, Jr., 660 W. 

James St, Lancaster, Pa. 
Burns, Charles Hershey, 244 E. Orange St, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Cassel, Walter Patterson, 560 W. James St., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
DeHaven, Henry Earle, 560 W. James St, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Dlffenbaugh, Guy Linton, Conestoga, Park, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Pelghtal, Yhomas Christian, 660 W. James 

St Xjancaster Pa 
Wolfe, Leo Addison,' 660 W. James St, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

1909 

Cox, Harry D., 712 W. 180th St, New York 

City, N. Y. 
Henneberger, Jacob Clarke, Greencastle, Pa. 
LIvingood, Louis Jacob, Womelsdorf, Pa. 
Rumbaugh, Lloyd Ferner, Mt Pleasant, Pa. 
Shaub, Benjamin Wade, 246 E. Orange St., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Tussey, Robert S., Waterstreet, Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA THETA. 



LAFAYETTE COLLEGE. 
EASTON, PA. 

FOUNDED MABCH 15, 1869, BY H, P. GLOVER, C, G. VOBIS AND 
A. BRYDEN. 



1869 

Barber, Laird Howard, Mauch Chunk, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Bergstresser, James Calvin, Duquesne Club, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; proprietor Insurance World. 

Bruchart, Daniel W., Silver Spring, Pa. 

Bryden, Alexander, Dunmore, Pa. 

Evans, Pennell Coombe, Paxinosa Ave., 
Easton, Pa.; member Pennsylvania Legis- 
lature, sessions 1883 and 1885; postmaster 
of Easton, 1894-98; lawyer. 

Clover, Horace Pellman, Mifllinburg, Pa.; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1878; Pennsylvania Legisla- 
ture, 1887; president the Mifflinburg Bank; 
trustee Lafayette College; lawyer. 

Taylor, Nathaniel, 182 Broadway, New York 
City, N. Y. 

Wilton, Samuel Geddes, Fillmore, Cal.; phy- 
sician. 

1870 

Alexander, William Clarke, Roswell, N. 
Mexico; grad. Lafayette College, 1873; 
Princeton Seminary, 1876; minister Pres- 
byterian Church. 

Bayless, William Hanna, 2221 St. Paul St.. 
Baltimore, Md.; trans, to Maryland Alpha; 
grad. Lafayette College, 1874; A. M., 1877; 
LL. B., Iowa State University, 1877; admit- 
ted to bar, 1877; lawyer. Fidelity Bldg. 

Bresson, Samuel Austin. 1112 Bloomfleld St., 
Hoboken, N. J.; grad. Lafayette College. 
A. B., 1876; teacher; admitted to bar, 1879; 
corporation counsel of Hoboken, N. J., 
1881-82; lawyer, 84 Washington St. 

Boyer, Francis William, 217 Mahantongo St., 
Pottsvllle, Pa. 

Hyde, Wesley M., Academia, Pa.; minister. 

Leidy, Clarence, Danville, Pa. 

Rumer, Henry, Kensington, Md.; grad. La- 
fayette College; Princetown Theological 
Seminary; D. D., Marietta College, Ohio; 
pastor Warner Memorial Presbyterian 
Church. 

Sprecher, Samuel, Lancaster City, Pa. 

Springer, Lewis F., Independence, Iowa. 

Wright, John Clayton, Farmlngton, Mo. 

1871 

Dais, William W., Denver, Colo.; lawyer, 
. 436-437 Equitable Bldg. 
DIITenderfer, Frank A., Lancaster, Pa. 
Evans, Montgomery, 900 DeKalb St., Norris- 

town, Pa.; lawyer; president Norrlstown 

Trust Co. 



Fell, John Adams, Doylestown, Pa. 

Lazelere, N. H., Norrlstown, Pa. 

Mouk, John Albert, Chlckles, Pa. 

Queen, S. R., 1001 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Williams, John Robert, Frenchtown, N. J. 

1872 

Alexander, Joseph K., Morning Sun, Iowa; 

minister. 
Barrick, Entery L., Croton, N. J. 
Clark, Robert L., New Park, Pa. 
Derr, Andrew F., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Green, Edgar Moore, 222 Spring Garden St., 

Easton, Pa.; physician. 
Lamberton, Edwin H., 540 West 10th St., 

Erie, Pa.; lawyer, 820 State St. 
Trunkey, William Garvin, Franklin, Pa. 

1873 

Alexander, Milton Rothrock, 614 Allegheny 
St., Hollldaysburg, Pa.; retired. 

Fee, William Thomas, care of U. S. Consu- 
late, Bremen, Germany; U. S. consul. 

Jackson, Herbert Hallet, 67 Prospect St., 
East Orange, N. J.; Are insurance broker, 
29 Broadway, New York City. 

Vogel, Frederick B., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1874 

Bright, James W., Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md.; instructor, Johns 
Hopkins University. 

Farber, E. J., Baltimore, Md.; lawyer, 1243 
Calvert Bldg., Fayette and St. Paul Sts. 

Henshen, Charles C, Glrard. Colo. 

Martin, Samuel Albert, Shippensburg, Pa.; 
principal Cumberland Valley State Nor- 
mal School. 

Phillips, Q. W., 128 Summer Ave., Scranton, 
Pennsylvania. 

Trenkley, William Gurow, Franklin, Pa. 

1876 

Boyer, Edmund Swalen, 16 Grand St., Som- 
ersworth, N. H.; lawyer. 

Davis, Henry E., Fendall Bldg., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Denny, Collins, Vanderbllt University, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. ; trans, to Virginia Alpha; pro- 
fessor of mental and moral philosophy, 
Vanderbllt University. 



35. 



36 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Eckels, M«rvln Johnson, 1625 Race St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 1877; 
Western Theological Seminary, 1882; vice- 
principal West Nottingham Academy, Md., 
1877-79; pastor Arch St., Presbyterian 
Church, 18th and Arch Sts. 

Eyster, Leonard Bertner, 4233 Viola St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; insurance broker. 

Grant, James Johnson, 814 N. Cleveland 
Ave., Canton, Ohio.; lawyer. 

Macfarland, John Montgomery, Majestic 
Apartment, Omaha, Neb.; trans, to Vir- 
ginia Alpha; lawyer, 309 New York Ldfe 
Bldg. 

Mackenzie, Jantes Cameron, Dobbs Ferry, 
N. Y.; director Mackenzie School. 

Patterson, J. L., Chestnut Hill School, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; physician. 

Powell, S. W., 679 Auburn Ave.. Buffalo, New 
York. 

Rowland, 8. E., Port Deposit, Md. 

Steans, William I., Westfleld. N. J.; minister. 

Walker, Lafsley Q., 454 Oak St.. Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

Whittlesey, William H., Seward, Alaska. 



1876 

Johnston, R. S., Chicago, HI.; with Star & 
Crescent Milling Co., 900, 169 Jackson Blvd. 

Long, Francis H., Baltimore, Md. 

Mann, Joseph R., Lewistown. Pa.; with 
Mann Axe & Tool Co. 

Patterson, James Lawson, Lawrenceville, 
New Jersey. 

Reading, John Qrandin, 1016 W. Fourth St., 
Williamsi>ort. Pa.; late president Pennsyl- 
vania Bankers' Association; president Sus- 
quehanna Trust & Safe Deposit Co.; law- 
yer. Trust Bldg. 

Simpson, Maxwell Gay ley, 431 Madison Ave., 
Elizabeth, N. J.; head physician, Penn. 
R. R. Relief Dept. 

Wells, William Guy, 372 South Centre St., 
Pottsville, Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 
1880; teacher two years; admitted to bar. 
1886; lawyer. 115 W. Mahantongo St. 

Woods, Mathew Cooper, Boalsburg, Pa. 



1877 

Ooud, Herbert Allison, 144 N. 41st St.. Oma- 
ha, Neb. ; cashier under U. S. internal reve- 
nue collector. 

Gibson, Muscoe Minor, 223 Jacoby St.. Nor- 
ristown. Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 
1880, A. B. and A. M.; la^ department, 
University of Pennsylvania, 1884; lawyer. 

Humphrey, William D., 902 Cedar St., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Mackall, William Hoiilngsworth, Elkton, 
Pa.; vice-president the Scott Fertilizer 
Company. 

Maxwell, James Henry, 648 High St., Potts- 
town Pa * lawyer 

Morrison, J.' S., 769 S. 12th St., Omaha. Neb. 

Steel, William Black, Port Deposit, Md.; 
farmer. 

Storer, Charles B., 147 Forsythe St., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Wilbur, William Nelson, Devon, Pa.; vice- 
president H. O. Wilbur & Sons, Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1878 

Davis, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Keely, Oliver S., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Scott, E. Livingston, 220 Broadway, New 

York City, N. Y. 
Wells, Bard, Pottsville, Pa. 



1879 

Bradlsh, Robert C, Carlisle, Pa. 

Chain, B. P., 509 Swede St., Norristown. Pa. 

Harlan, W. S., CoatesviUe, Pa. 

McMllien, William L., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Miller, R. W., 1308 Arch St. Philadelphia, 
Pa. ' minister. 

Shawl William 1., Clearfield. Pa. 

Zelber, Philip Samuel, 1616 Mineral Spring 
Road, Reading. Pa.; grad. Lafayette Col- 
lege. 1881; admitted to bar, 1884; lawyer, 
518 Washington St. 

1880 

Ottman, F. C, Stanford, Conn.; minister. 

1881 

Barney, Delbert, 55 N. Washington St., 

Wilkes Barre. Pa,; physician. 
Porter, George W. W., 204 Lincoln Ave.» 

Newark, N. J.; lawyer, 160 Market St. 
Woodslde, George D., 352 Bullett Bldg.» 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

1882 

Gilmore, William S., Riverside, Cal. 

Green, Charles Boutcher, 83 N. 4th St., 
Easton. Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 1886,. 
E. M.; instructor chemistry, University 
of Illinois, 1886-87; registrar Lafayette Col- 
lege since 1905; treasurer Lafayette Col- 
lege. 

Nelsley, Charles M., Manhasset, N. Y.; phy- 
sician. 

Swift, E. P., Norway, Mich.; physician. 

1883 

Blauvelt, William Hutton, 1917 W. Genesee 
St., Syracuse, N. Y.; consulting engineer,. 
By- Products Coke Ovens. 

1884 

Baldrldge, Joseph Mattern, 650 S. 26th St... 
Omaha, Neb.; Are insurance, 508 Bee Bldg. 

Cummins, Albert Wilson, 1005 West St., Wil- 
mington, Del.; editor Evening Journal. 

Johnston, George Frear, 112 Main St., Lakin, 
Kans.; member House of Representatives,. 
Kansas Legislature. 1898-1903; local sur- 
geon A. T. and Santa Fe R. R.; first presi- 
dent Kansas State Board of Medical Regis- 
tration and Examination; physician and 
surgeon. 

McDowell, William B., Chambersburg, Pa. 

McFadden, George Howard, 281 State St... 
Hackensack. N. J.; grad. Bellevue Hos- 
pital Medical College, N. Y.. 1889; county- 
physician; visiting physician and surgeon 
to Hackensack Hospital. 

Osburn, Harry Griswoid, A von wood, Lo» 
Gatos. Cal. ; orchardist. 

Osburn, Robert D., Riverside. Cal. 

Watts, Harvey Maltland, 925 Clinton St., 
Philadelphia. Pa.; grad. Lafayette Col- 
lege. 1886; managing editor The Press. 



1885 

Cochran, Edwin R., Middletown. Del. 

Fay, Henry, 409 Marlboro St.. Boston, Mass. 

grad. Lafayette College, A. B., 1889; A. M.. 

1892; Johns Hopkins University, Ph. D.» 

1895; professor of analytical chemistry,. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 



LAFAYETTE COLLEGE. 



37 



Mcllvalne, George Duffield, R. F. p., De- 
haven. Pa.; with George D. Mcllvalne Co., 
1709 Keenan Bids., Pittsburg. 

Watrout, Harry O., Carbondale, Pa. 

1886 

Bailey, Frank, Hoboken, N. J. ^ „ ^ 

Evans, Evan W., South Third St.. Easton, 
Pa.; physlelan. _ , ^, 

Guthrie, Speare W., Church St., Indiana, 
Pa.; Insurance, Farmers' Bank Bldg. 

Hoke, John Wesley, 466 E. Market St., 
Chambersburg, Pa.; district attorney, 
Franklin County, Pa., one term; House of 
Representatives Pennsylvania Legislature, 
one term; lawyer. ... « * «* 

Loose, Joseph Pearson, 31 Prospect St., 
Hagerstown. Md.; grad. Lafayette Col- 
lege, 1890; manager sales department. Na- 
tional Biscuit Co., Philadelphia. 

Mackey, Harry A., Philadelphia. Pa.; grad. 
Lafayette College, 1890; Pennsylvania Law 
School, 1893; captain Lafayette football 
team, 1899; Pennsylvania football team, 
1893; lawyer, 1200 Penn Square Bldg., 1416 
S. Penn Square. ^ , 

McKeen, James, San Fraacisco, Cal.; mining, 
care of Pacific Tank Co., 268 Mfu-ket St. 

1887 

Babbitt, Daniel Craig, Cerro de Pasco Min- 
ing Co., Lima, Peru, South America; grad. 
Lafayette College, 1891. 

Dale, Henry G., 27 Lackawanna Ave., Scran- 
ton, Pa. . „ XX ^ 

Flicklnger, Joseph McA., Jr., Fannettsburg, 

Pennsylvania. ^ , ^ . «x ™** 

Grier, William, 630 Bellefonte St., Pitts- 
burg. Pa.; heaUng and ventilating engi- 
neer 
Patterson, John James, Jr., Mlffllntown, Pa. 
Phillips, Frank L., Scran ton. Pa. 

1888 

Buxton, Charles B., East Sound, Wash. 
Campbell, TakamI Toyohiko, 182 High St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; physician. 
Carter, R. R., Jr., Wilkes Barre, Pa.; with 

L. & W. Coal Co., First National Bank 

Building. 

1889 

Buxton, Fred J., Wayne, Pa. 

Godcharles, Frederick Antes, 500 North Front 
St., Milton, Pa,; served in Legislature, 
1901-02; Pennsylvania Senate, 1904-08; 
president F. A. Godcharles Co. 

1890 

Coutrell, Robert G., Tenafly, N. J. 

Hoffa, Robert A., Lewlsburg, Pa. 

Mosser, George H., Mattoon, 111. 

Oaker, Chandler A., 55 Maiden Lane, Kings- 
ton, N. Y.; grad. Lafayette College, 1891; 
admitted to bar, 1900; lawyer, 50 Pine St., 
New York City. „ „. „ . ^ ^ 

Ormsby, Frank Gordon, 231 Spring Garden, 
Easton, Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 
1894; president Easton Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co. ^^ , ^T T 

Scheiner, Edward Noe, Newark, N. J. 

1891 

Boyer, William McHose, Reading, Pa. 
Buchanan, Robert, Parsons, Pa. 
Downs, James S., Easton, Pa. 



Godcharles, William B., Milton, Pa.; manu- 
facturer, N. Front St. 

Green, Edward H., 123 N. 4th St, Easton, 
Pa. ; manufacturer. 

IN^IIer, E. H., Danville, Pa. 

Simmons, James Dickinson, 511 Madison 
Ave., York, Pa.; grad. Lafayette College, 
A. B., 1893; A. M., Columbia University, 
Union Theological Seminary, 1896; clergy- 
man. _ 

Waiters, Elliot P., West Chester, Pa. 

1892 

Criswell, John R., 604 W. 125th St., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Dale, Thomas Hanford, Scranton, Pa.; sec- 
retary Scranton Vitrified Brick & Tile Mfg. 
Co.; with Dale & Gaynor, general con- 
tractors 

Pomeroy, ' Thomas Wilson, 21 Grandvlew 
Ave., Crafton, Pa.; general agent New 
England Mutual Life Insurance Co., 506-8 
Machesney Bldg., Pittsburg. 

Williams, Robert Sanderson, 3108 Clifton 
Ave., Baltimore, Md.; salesman Maryland 
Rubber Co., 37 Hopkins Place. 

1893 

Blake, J. K., Faulkland, Del. 

Pomeroy, Edwin lyioore, 1556 Leavenworth 

St., San Francisco, Cal.; Pacific Coast 

agent Pennsylvania R. R. System, 40 

Powell St. 
Potter, Frank Maxson, Jr., 312 Elm St, 

Rome, N. Y. ; vice-president and general 

superintendent the Wire & Telephone Co. 

of A.merlca 
Runyon, William K., 428 Cassila, La Paz, 

Bolivia, South America. 



1894 

Cockins, Howard L., Canonsburg, Pa.; mer- 
chant. 

Downs, Stanley, Easton, Pa. 

Doremus, Qollne, 127 Broad St., Newark, 
N. J.; civil engineer, City Hall. 

Harsen, Otis Yale, 53 Arthur St., Yonkers, 
N. Y.: grad. Lafayette College, 1896; en- 
gineering department, New York Edison 
Co., 56 Duane St., New York City. 

Voorhees, John J., 57 Duncan Ave., Jersey 
City N. J, 

Wiednriayer, ' Gustave Adoiph, 517 Clifton 
Ave., Newark, N. J.; secretary, Geo. W. 
Wiedenmayer, Inc., 596 Market St 

1895 

Bell, John T., Belleville. Pa. 

Church, Kenneth H., 63 Prungle St., Kings- 
ton, Pa. 

Gifford, Percy B., 40 Park Place, Newark, 
NeTv iTersev 

More, Charles Church, 4309 Fourth Ave. N. 
E., Seattle, Wash.; associate professor of 
civil engineering, University of Washing- 
ton. 

Nevin, Hugh, Buffalo. N. Y.; Lackawanna 
Steel Co. 

Ward, WJIilam Burnette, Jr., Skaneateles, 
N. Y.; with P. S. Moseley & Co., 41 Ex- 
change Place, New York City. 

1896 

Alexander, Lewis Reese, Roswell, New Mexlr 
co; insurance business. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FEATERNITY. 



Hoard, Harry Reed, Sunbury, Pa.; grad. 
Lafayette College, 1898; manager Under- 
writers' Association. 

Holioway, Clarence Joseph, Baltimore, Md. 

Lutch, Robert G., Far Rockaway, N. T. 

Macartney, Charles Hartwell, 3123 Dunbar- 
ton St., Washington, D. C. 

Moore, Bert M., Woodlawn. Pa.; with Wood- 
lawn Land Co. 

Reess, Amos Philip, Mansfield, Pa.; grad. 
Lafayette College, 1898; head of mathe- 
matical department. State Normal School. 

Wilson, Ralph E., St. Cloud Hotel, Frost- 
burg, Md. 

1897 

Brown, Charles Herbert, 219 Chestnut St., 
Roselle Park, N. J.; with Standard Oil 
Co., 45 Academy St., Newark, N. J. 

Chidsey, Andrew Dwight, Jr., College Hill, 
Easton, Pa.; civil engineer. 

Eckard, Bayard G., 3037 Wallbrook Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Heberling, James Struthers, Redlngton, Pa.; 
supt. William T. Carter Junior Republic. 

Huber, Wharton, Gwynedd Valley, Pa.; 
member firm of Wharton Huber & Bro., 
Herndon, Va. 

Tenney, Robert Barnard, Jr., 3198 Que St. 
N. w., Washington, D. C: construction 
department. General Electric Co., Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. 

1898 

Burr, Robert A., Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

Hasklns, Henry Stanley, 362 Warwick Ave., 
South Orange, N. J7; vice-president Co- 
lumbus & Hocking Coal & Iron Co. 

Jarvis, Robert M., Jr., 61 Glenwood Ave., 
Jersey City N J 

Stroh, W. H.', Broad and Arch Sts.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

WIedenmayer, Joseph E., Market St., 
Newark, N. J. 

1899 

Breckenrldge, Scott Dudley, The Parkwood, 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

Haldeman, Edward C, 611 W. Norris St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Haldeman, William S., 611 W. Norris St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Howard, John J., Wharton, N. J.; B. S. in 
chemistry, Lafayette College, 1901; manu- 
facturing pig iron. 

Klotz, Robert T., Hazelton, Pa.; with Du- 
pont Powder Co. 

More, David H., Bangor, Pa. 

Nevin, John D., Easton, Pa.; lieutenant U. 
S. Marines. 

Sands, Charles Turner, Silver City, New 
Mexico; grad. Jefferson Medical College, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1907; assistant house 
surgeon. New York Lying-in Hospital, 
New York City, 1907-08; resident physi- 
cian Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1908; first assistant New Mexico Cot- 
tage Sanitarium, 1909. 

1900 

Chidsey, Thomas McKeen, 500 Paxlnosa 
Ave., Easton, Pa.; grad. Lafayette Col- 
lege, A. B. ; University of Pennsylvania, 
LL. B. ; lawyer. 

Drew, Walter Wallace, 1707 Jenny Llnd St., 
McKeesport, Pa.; civil engineer, Duquesne 
Steel Works. 

Elliott, Charles M., Mansfield, Pa. 

Oamboa, Louis, Merida, Yucatan. 

Hart, Richard N., College Campus, Easton, 
Pennsylvania. 



Hopper, Clarence R., 97 Quitman St., New- 
ark, N. J. 

Kehler, Joseph Jam«s, Jr., Frackville, Pa. 

Knaus, Harrison E., Easton, Pa. 

Kyte, piin York, 118 Washington St., Pitts- 
ton, Pa.; I. C. S. representative, 66 Centre 
Sq., Easton, Pa. 

Lewis, Henry Metcaif, Tunkhannock, Pa.; 
general insurance agent. 

McCiav, Joseph P., W. Market St., Cham- 
bersburg, Pa. 

Miller, Hugh McNair, Edgewood Park, Pa.; 
with Edgar Thomson Works. 

Patton, Henry J., Curwensville, Pa. 

Soles, Thomas Franklin, 507 Locust St., Mc- 
Keesport, Pa.; grad. University of Pitts- 
burg, law, 1907; lawyer. 

1901 

Godcharles, Walter Aiken, comer Front and 
Walnut Sts., Milton, Pa.; grad. Yale Uni- 
versity scientific department, 1904; manu- 
facturing. 

Kennedy, Charles Brearley, 140 W. State 
St., Trenton, N. J.; real estate and in- 
surance, Forst Richey Bldg. 

NevIn, Samuel W., College Hill, Easton, Pa.; 
with National Rubber Co., Jeanette, Pa. 

Schoch, Silas Howard, Sellns Grove, Pa.; 
trans, to Pennsylvania Gamma. 

Young, Sherwood, College Hill, Easton, Pa. 

1902 

Barr, Ravmond G., Tarentum, Pa.; asst. 
supt. Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. 

Bryden, Charles L., care of L C. S., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Clemson, John, 819 Lovejoy St., Portland, 
Ore.; with Clarke-CIemson Co., Abingdon, 
Building. 

Clemson, Ralph E., Fifth Ave., near Shady, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Hartje, Charles Q., Dunmoyle, Ore.; paper 
manufacturer. 

Witte, Frederick C, 425 E. State St., Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

1903 

Alexander, James Patterson, 304 Gray Bldg., 
Wilkinsburg, Pa.; electrical engineer, 
Westinghouse Co. 

Alexander, William Clarke, Jr., 3641 Locust 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; broker, 121 S. Fifth 
Street. 

Berry, Walter J., 140 St. John's Place, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; chemist, Fuel Engineer- 
ing Co. of New York, 59 Pearl St. 

Brown, Arthur Judson, Jr., 41 S. Willow St, 
Montclair, N. J.; broker, 54 William St., 
New York City. 

Glover, Robert VanValzah, Brownvllle Junc- 
tion, Me.; civil engineer, Canadian Pa- 
cific Railway 

Lare, William* Sloane, 723 President St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McDowell, Horace Hammon, Tivoli, Texas; 
trans, to Pennsylvania Beta; stockman and 
rancher. 

1904 

Brown, Dewitt E., 17 Chestnut St., East 
Oran ere 1^ J 

Colt, John James, Northumberland, Pa.; 
insurance. 

Evia, Domingo, Merida, Yucatan. 

Falrchild, Maurice C, 721 E. 25th St., Pater- 
son. N. J. 

Howard, Frank M., 635 Arch St., Dunuesne. 
Pa.; mining engineering, ore milling — 
Franklin furnace. 



LAFAYETTE COLLEGE. 



3S) 



Lynch, William DeWItt, 5034 Hazel Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; wholesale upholstery 
trimminss, 1516-20 Calowhill St. 

Mackenzie, Harold O., State St., Trenton, 
New Jersey. 

1905 

Chldsey, Harold Russell, Easton, Pa. 

1906 

Falrchlld, A. Cecil, Jr., 721 E. 25th St., Pater- 
son, >N. J. 

Fay, Orvllle Crawford, 514 N. Montgomery 
St., Hollidaysburg, Pa. 

Harold, Edward Byron, 112 Kearney Ave., 
Kearney, N. J.; trans, to Massachusetts 
Alpha. 

Hutton, Frank Elison, 22 Second Ave., Kings- 
ton. N. Y. 

Wootton, Henry TIsslngton, Hotel Florence, 
Pullman, 111. 

1907 

Armstrong, Leslie Mulford, MuUica Hill, New 
Jersey. 

Eyster, Robert Moore, 234 Philadelphia Ave.. 
Chambersburg, Pa. 

Howard, Thomas Lawrence, Box 27, Whar- 
ton, N. J.; resident engineer, Wharton, 
Steel Co. 

Howard, William P., Duquesne, Pa. 

Jahn, Harry Richard, 717 Ocean Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. y.; trans, to New York Zeta. 

Mabon, Audley Lytle, Indiana, Pa. 

Walker, Lynn, Alexander, 4737 Cedar St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

1908 



Boughton, Van Tuyl, Valley Falls, N. Y. 
Crawford, Robert Percy, 307 Oakland Ave., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Grenslade, Kenneth Cushing, Leonia, N. J. 
Landrlne. Lawrence Brandt, Jersey City, 

^^A«ar Jersev 

McComb, Walter Walbrldge, 211 E. Sixth 

Ave., Tarentum, Pa. 
Musa, Agha Buzurkkhau, Tabriz, Persia. 
Spear, Hoi den, Jr., Uplands, Metuchen, N. J. 
Sprague, Chandler, 203 Main St., Haverhill, 

Massachusetts. 
Tuttie, Ernest Mortimer, 268 Summer Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 

1909 

Altschuler, Rex Balne, Summit Ave., Hack- 

ensack, N. J. 
Altschuler, Robert Alexander, Summit Ave., 

Hackensack, N. J. 
Chldsey, Henry Russell, 122 Spring Garden 

St., Easton, Pa. 
Dannehower, William Franklin, 828 Mar- 
shall St., Norristown, Pa. 
Fager, Edwin James, Jr., 117 Reily St., Har- 

rieburg, Pa. 
Kelly, Lewis Hope, Latrobe, Pa. 
Magee, John Fackenthal, Easton, Pa. 
Miller, Hugh McCauley, 4027 Powelton Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Price, Samuel C, 325 Diamond Ave., Hazle- 

ton. Pa. 
Simpson, William Gayley, 431 Madison Ave.. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 
Spear, Edgar Buckingham, Woodbridge 

Ave., Metuchen, N. J. 
Zelgler, George Shatto, MifHintown. Pa. 

1910 



Blcakley, William Jay, 1148 Elk St., Frank- 
lin. Pa. 



Ball, Samuel Seymour, 112 Lormore St., El- 
mira, N. Y. 



PENNSYLVANIA IOTA. 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

FOUNDED OCTOBER 13, 1877, BY JOHN MARSHALL AND 
EDGAB F. SMITH. 



1877 

Bonnell, Henry Houston, 8030 St. Martin's 
Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
trustee and author, 1606 Land Title Bldg. 

Brown, John Douglass, 4037 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; lawyer, 460 Drexel Bldg. 

Carter, O. C. 8., Philadelphia High School, 
^Philadelphia, Pa. 

Elwell, William Patton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Finley, Robert P., 6 Woodland Terrace, 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

Freeland, Frank T., 1211 Green St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Harkness, W. John, 1909 Tioga St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Heime, William Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hechscher, R. P., 260 S. 18th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Imadati, Tosnl, Kiota, Japan. 

Jones, William Watson, 940 Western Ave.. 
North Side, Pittsburg, Pa.; physician. 

McCollin, Ed. G., 514 Walnut St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Mifflin, Houston, 54 N. 40th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Montgomery, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Smith, Edgar F., Harrison Laboratory, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Smith, James H., Grand Junction, Colo. 

1878 

Boyer, Zach P., Jr., Pottsville, Pa. 

Colket, Charles Howard, 2008 Delancey St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania Arts, 1879. 

Davis, Qwilyn G., 1814 Spruce St.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Fox, William H., 551 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Halberstadt, T. Baird, Pottsville, Pa. 

Haliowell, Montgomery, 250 5th Ave., New 
York City, N. Y. ^ ,^, 

Haliowell, William H., 2701 1st Ave. S., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Hering, Carl O., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Koenig, George Augustus, Houghton. Mich. 

Lawrence, George Mavlson, 2019 Marvine 
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; chemist. 

Marks, William D., Art Club, Philadelphia, 
Pa 

Rowland, W. L., 4101 Pine St., Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. ,, „ ^ 

Stockton, Allen N., Huntington Valley. Pa. 

VanDeusen, Edwin Hicks, 2101 Tioga St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. University of 



Pennsylvania, M. D., 1880; University of 
Vienna; visiting physician, St. Luke's Hos- 
pital, 1896-1905; obstetrician to St. Luke's 
Hospital, 1905-08; physician. 
Wright, Robert Erskine, Fallsington, Pa.; 
grad. University of Pennsylvania, jB. A., 
1880; priest. Episcopal Church. 

1879 

Baldy, Mllo Dimnick, Art Club. Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

FInletter, Thomas D., 906 S. 48th St.. Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Garrison, W. H., Camden, N. J. 

Gotwaid, D. King, Springfield, Ohio. 

Gross, George H., 3811 Haverford St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Hunter, Thomas Q., 55th and Lanchester 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ingham, William, 333 S. 16th St.. Philadel- 
phia. Pa. 

Jackson, Ellwood Carey, 1301 Franklin St., 
Wilmington, Del.; president Penn Quarry 
Co., 214 The Arcade Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Pitney, John C. H., Norristown, Pa. 

Rodman, Walter C, 417 Locust St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Scheliing, Felix E., 4211 Sansom St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Stuff, Joseph, Jr., 506 N. 4th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Thomas, Frank WIster, 27 E. Mt. Airy Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; physician. 

Thompson, Henry C, Beverly, N. J. 

Todd, Henry, 329 N. 32nd St., Philadelphia, 



Pennsylvania. 



1880 



Bower, William H., Rlverton, N. J. 
Gross, William D., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hunter, William D., 55th and Lanchester 

Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sadtier, Edwin Beale, 903 W. Grace St.. 

Richmond, Va.; manufacturing heaters. 

room 409 Mutual Bldg. 
Whitney, George F., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wolfe, Leroy I., 286 S. 3rd St., Philadelphia. 

Pennsylvania. 

1881 

Bower, George Rosengarten, Grace Ferry 
Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Faries, Randolph, 2007 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



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UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



41 



Field, William M., 1216 Arch St, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. 

Fort, Samuel Jayne, EUicott Cltyp Md.; trans, 
to Maryland Alpha; errad. Pennington 
Seminary, 1876; University of Pennsyl- 
vania medical department, 1882; major and 
ordnance officer. First Brigade, M. N. Q.; 
associate professor Mat. Med. College, 
Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore; phy- 
sician 

Horner/ William Mac, 1626 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1882 

Croasdale, John Puaey, 1486 Walnut St.. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Daliett, Morris, 266 S. 21st St., Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 
Ellison, Norman, Marion, Pa. 
Hagert, Charles H., 2125 Spring Garden St, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Posey, William Campbell, N. E. corner 21st 

and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. 

University of Pennsylvania, A. B., 1886; 

M. D., 1889; Universities of Gottingen and 

Berlin; physician. 

1883 

Crane, James B., 42nd and Spruce Sts., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Freeman, William 8., 2034 Chestnut St, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gray, A. J., The Bertram, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hovey, John Julius, Beverly, N. J. 

Jacobs, Thomas H. Z., Glen Loch, Pa.; secy, 
and treas. Larchmont L. & M. Co., 917 
Crozier Bldg., Philadelphia. 

JefTreys, Edward Miller, 717 Pine St, Phila- 
delphia. Pa.; rector St. Peter's Church. 

Todd, James, Pittsburg, Pa.; president Ster- 
ling Varnish Co., Fulton Bldg. 

1884 

Adams, J. S., 646 N. 17th St, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Qriscom, Clement A., 66 Nassau St, New 
York City, N. Y. 

Ives, Frederick M., 3709 Darby Road, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

1886 

Hancock, George Bacon, 118 Argyle Road, 
Ardmore, Pa.: civil engineer, 511 Hale 
Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Salter, William H., 604 N. 34th St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Webster, I. D„ Philadelphia, Pa. 

Westcott Thompson Seiser, 1720 Pine St, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; physician. 

Wriaht, Jr., Edmund, 1934 Arch St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

1886 

Adams, Howe J., 3245 Chestnut St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. ^ ^ 

Clothier, Morris Lewis, Wynnewood, Pa,; 
trans, to Pennsylvania Kappa; Republican 
elector of State of Pennsylvania, presi- 
dential campaign, 1908; member board of 
managers, Swarthmore College; president 
Strawbrldge & Clothier, 801 Market St, 
Philadelphia. 

Dixon, Samuel G., Ardmore, Pa. 

Earle, Edgar Pardee, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Egbert, Seneca, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ervien, Robert Parvin, Clayton, N. M.; mer- 
chant 

Underwood, William Greist, Hertford, N. C; 
trans, to Pennsylvania Kappa; lumber. 



1887 

Cummins, Alexander Griswold, The Rectory, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; trans, to Pennsyl- 
vania Kappa; clergyman. Episcopal 
Church. 

1889 

Lee, Charles Rldgely, 63 Halsted St., East 
Orange, N. J.; insurance broker; with 
Kirkland & Yardley, 37 Liberty St., New 
York City. 

Lee, Francis Bazley, 34 W. State St, Tren- 
ton, N. J.; lawyer. 

Ogden, Hugh Walker, 26 Kennard Road, 
Brookllne, Mass.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania, A. B., 1890; A. M., 1894; 
L.L. B., Harvard. 1896; admitted to bar» 
1896; lawyer; member Arm of Whipple^ 
Sears & Ogden, 831 Tremont Bldg.. Boston. 

Penniman, Josiah Harmar, 4326 Sansom St. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania, B. A., 1890; Ph. D., 1896; 
LLi. B., 1906; University of Alabama; pro- 
fessor of English literature and dean of 
college, University of Pennsylvania. 

1890 

Castle, James M., Germantown, Pa. 

Dilts, Charles H„ Trenton. N. J. 

Jacobs, George Washington, Jr., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Lee, Francis IH., Philadelphia High School,. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lloyd, William IHenry, real estate Trust 
Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nelson, Fred 8., 3220 Chestnut St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Nicholson, William R., Jr., Wisstrickon &. 
Coulter Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Patek, Arthur J., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sadtier, Samuel S., 4216 Pine St, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. . , . 

Sailor, Joseph, 1830 Spruce St, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Schermerhorn. IH olden Bovee, 3217 Hamilton 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Walraven, Carl Albert, 162 N. 20th St,. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1891 

Buchanan, Edward R., Walllngford, Pa. 

Ford, Charles Burton, Norfolk va. 

Gugert, Francis Albert, 419 Oak Lane, 

Wayne, Pa.; architect Wayne Title Bldg. 
Hansen. William Henry, 4420 Sansom St,. 

Philadelphia, Pa.; consulting engineer, 606 

Provident Bldg. 
Houston, John J. L^. Jamaica, N. Y. 
Patterson, Morris, Pair Haven, Vt 
Weightman, Malcolm R., PtUladelphia, Pa. 

1892 

Bullitt, John C, Jr., 126 S. 22nd St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. ^,^ 

DeArmond, Frank L., North American Bldg.^ 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Field, Charles, 2013 Green St, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Hanna, Meredith, 2414 Spruce St.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; grad. University of Pennsyl- 
vania, B. S., 1895; L.L.. B., 1898; served in 
Spanish -American War; lawyer, room 802 
Crozer Bldg. ^ 

Mackenzie, Joseph Gazzam, 906 W. Bancroft 
St., Toledo, Ohio; manufacturer of brushes. 

Parry, Oliver Randolph, New Hope, Pa,; 
architect 1723 Chestnut St, Philadelphia,. 
Pennsylvania. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Shortledge, Edmund R., 1812 Market St., 

Wilmlngrton, Del. 
Wetherlll, Elisha K. K., 1634 Walnut St., 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

1893 

Armor, Rustell, Crafton, Pa.; physician. 

Beale, Clifford Southgate, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bunker, Theodore, 188 Ellison St., Paterson, 
N. J.; engineer gas dept.. Public Service 
Corp. of New Jersey. 

Carncroas, Horace L., 320 S. 16th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Devereux, John P., 3723 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Hagerty, Shevard, Overbrook, Pa. 

Langdon, H. Maxwell, 1728 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia. Pa, 

Morton, John Edgar, MerchantviUe, N. J.; 
Insurance broker, 425 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Stauffer, Nathan Pennypacker, 4833 Balti- 
more and 1819 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; grad. University of Pennsylvania 
dental department, 1896; Jefferson Medi- 
cal College, 1901; professor of hygiene, 
Dickinson College, 1896-1900; head coach, 
University of Pennsylvania baseball team, 
1903; head coach Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege football team, 1907; head coach Ger- 
mantown Academy teams, 1902-06; at- 
tending surgeon. Presbyterian Hospital 
Ear, Nose and Throat Dispensary, Phila- 
delphia. 

1894 

Boyer, Benjamin R., River Ave. and Marl- 
ton St., Camden, N. J. 

Bremer, Howard Bechtle, 2005 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; treasurer Norristown 
Magnesia & Asbestos Co., Norristown, Pa. 

Colket, Triatam C, 1420 S. Penn Square, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Freeman, Robert Russell, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Halstead, David, 301 W. Johnson St., Ger- 

• man town, Philadelphia, Pa.; elected vice- 
president Phi Kappa Psi, Washington, D. 
C, 1906; elected president Phi Kappa Psi 
Fraternity, Denver, 1908; secy, and treas. 
Delta File Works, 3233 Frankford Ave. 

Jenner, Albert George, 733 Racine St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; physician and surgeon, 428 
Jefferson St., 

Manderson, Edward Worrell, Valley Road, 
Ardmore, Pa.; lawyer, 1715 Land Title 
Bldg.. Philadelphia. 

Pancoast. Henry Khunrath, 4238 Pine St., 
Philadelphia, Fa.; lecturer on skiagraphy 
University of Pennsylvania, and radiog- 
rapher to the University Hospital; phy- 
siclon, X-ray laboratory, University Hos- 
pital, 3400 Spruce St. 

Rommel, Frank Augustus, 1904 Spring Gar- 
den, Philadelphia, Pa.; architect, 1524 
Chestnut St. 

Stetson, Caleb R.» Philadelphia, Pa. 

Trexler, James E., Kansas City, Mo.; phy- 
sician, 3401 Baltimore St. 

Williams, Carl, 5909 Germantown Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; oculist. 

1895 

Donaldson, Thomas Blafne, 3451 Woodland 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Johns, Oliver D., The Rittenhouse, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Lewis, Walter G., Philadelphia, Pa.; with 
Bell Telephone Co. 

Parsons, John Weeks, 904 3rd Ave.. Hunt- 
ington, W. Va. ; dentist; vice-president 
Central Banking Co. 

Patterson, WIstar Evans, 126 Athens Ave., 



Ardmore, Pa.; asst. chief draftsman, the 
Electric Storage Battery Co., 19th and 
Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia. 

1896 

Dennlston, Paul H., 238 Winona Ave., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; lawyer, 1024 Land Title Bldg. 

Donehoo, Robart P., 638 N. 32nd St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Sagendorph, George A., 698 Beacon St., New- 
ton Centre, Mass.; N. E. manager for 
Penn Metal Co. 

Smith, Rayburn C, 4215 Pine St, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Taylor, Holilnshead Nathan, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

1897 

Davis, L. Howell, 3639 Locust St.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa.; lawyer. 

Donaldson, John Allan, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Goodman, Carlton Mathews, Hagerstown, 
Maryland. 

Goodman, Edward H., 248 S. 21st St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Harrar, James Altken, 67 E. 55th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; physician; attending 
surgeon, Lying-in-Hospital of New York. 

LeBoutllller, B. Homer, Paoli, Pa. 

Probasco, Walter E., PlOinfleld, N. J. 

1898 

Crowthers, Samuel, Jr., West End Trust 
Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sheppard, Walter Lee, 229 Harvey St, Ger- 
mantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; graduate Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, B. A., 1901, LL. B. 
1904; attorney general, Phi Kappa Psi 
Fraternity; lawyer, with ex- Judge Will- 
iam W. Porter, 1106-17 Commonwealth 
Building. 

Weaver, Spencer F., Plainfleld, N. J. 

Wood, Walter A., 255 S. 16th St.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

1899 

Allison, Albert Crawford Green, 215 Pelham 
Road, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Childs, George W., Highland Park, 111.-; grad- 
uate University of Pennsylvania, 1903; Are 
Insurance, member firm of Childs, Young 
& Wood, 131 LaSalle St., Chicago. 

rroas, Sumner Hayford, Jenkintown, Pa. 

DeArmond, Clarence, 618 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Metzger, Sol, Waco, Texas. 

Mulford, William H., Wyncote, Pa. 

Shoch, James Ray, 1503 N. 16th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; builder. 

Shorse, Richard F., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Smith, George H., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Smith, Livingston, 3641 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

1900 

Bromley, Charles 8., Westview & Wayne 
Aves., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brown, Hugh B. E., Beverly. N. J. 

Cortrlght, Harry Kennedy, 3641 Locust St., 
Philadelphia. Pa.; coal business, 602 Penn- 
sylvania Bldg. 

ZImm, Maurice C, Media, Pa. 

1901 

Bickley, Gaorge Howard, 4524 Regent St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Evans, John James, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Gribbel, Wakeman Griffin, St. Martins, Phila 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



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delphla. Pa.; engineer, 1515 Race St, 
Levin, Allen, 629 N. 16th St.. Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 
Marshall, Frederick Warren, St. Tavldo, Pa.; 

treasurer. Juiata Furnace & Foundry Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Mulford, Spencer K., Wyncot^, Pa. 
Reppller, John Q., Reading. Pa. 
Warrick, Edward, 1925 Spring Garden St., 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

1902 

Ashmead, Jr., Duffleld, 1*42 N. 17th St, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; architect. 618 Chestnut 
Street. 

Beach, Alexander Blaney, Joliet. HI.; secre- 
tary. L. F. Beach Co. 

Bement. Russell, 3817 Spruce St., Philadel- 
phia. Pa. 

Bosler, Lester Comly, Ogonts, Pa.; mechan- 
ical engineer, Philadelphia Rapid Transit 
Co., Philadelphia. 

Bradbury, Samuel, 6412 Wayne Ave., Ger- 
mantown. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chllds, John Scott, Chicago, 111. 

Cortrlght, Edgar Maurice, Red Lodge, Mont.; 
mining engineer. 

Riley, Charles Madison, 1830 DeLancey PI., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; vice-president Wynne- 
wood Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C; with 
Charles S. Riley & Co., 600 PYanklin Bank 
Bldg.. Philadelphia. 

Yost, Frederick Randolph, 263 E. Market St. 
York. Pa.; pharmacist, with Wm. Smith 
& Co. 

1903 

BInns, Joseph Hewes Mann, 426 S. 44th St., 
West Philadelphia, Pa.; stationery, 529 
Market St. 

Hartwell. Cushman, 119 W. Walnut Lane. 
Germantown, Philadelphia. Pa.; real estate 
broker, member firm of Praser, Hartwell 
& Klnley. 1519 Walnut St. 

Horner, Edgell, 1013 Grand St., Alameda, 
Cal.; trans, to Mich. Alpha; then to Cal. 
Beta; vice-principal Wilson School. 

LeBoutllller, Edward H., Edgewood Road, 
Ardmore, Pa.; real estate department, Real 
Estate Trust Co., Philadelphia. 

LIgget, Howard Blackwood, Jr., 208 S. 42d 
St.. Philadelphia, Pa.; broker, bond depart- 
ment. Edward B. Smith & Co., Philadelphia. 

Macfarlan, Donald, 1805 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

RatllfT, Thomas Asbury, Dayton, Ohio. 

Stewart, Paul B., Warren, Pa. 

1904 

Gribbel, John Bancker, Wyncote, Pa.; asst. 

adv. clerk, manufacturing gas meters, 1513 

Race St. 
Klotz, L. Edward, Gloucester, Mass. 
Krieger, Frank Emil, Johnstown, Pa.; teller, 

Johnstown Trust Co., Johnstown Trust 

building. 
Mack, Joseph P., Torresdale, Pa. 
Masters, Albert Ralph, Cape Charles. Va.; 

civil engineer, with M. w. department, N. 

Y., P. & N. R. R. 
McCurdy, James A., 5901 Overbrook Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rhater, John Howard, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Stockhausen, Thomas George, 3641 Locust 

St, Philadelphia, Pa.; stock broker, 317-318 

North American Bldg. 
Watt, Charles Channing, Jr., Wayne and W. 

Hortter St., Mt. Airy. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Watt, James Crulckshank, Schenectady, N. Y*. 



1906 

Allison, James Nelson, Langhome, Pa. 

Bradbury. Henry Wilson, 239 W. Rittenhouse 
St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Hesse. William Charles, Wayne Ave. and 
Upsal St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Judd, Gerrit P., Orlando, Fla. 

Lavino, Edwin Maurice, 351 Pelham Road. 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; member 
firm of E. J. Lavino & Co., 470 Bullitt Bldg. 

Milne, Caleb J., 2129 Walnut St.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Relnhart, Charles Stanley, Flushing, N. Y. 



1906 

Chapman, William CllfTord, 5520 Wayne Ave., 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Yost, Richard Frey, 263 E. Market St., York, 

Pa.; asst. mgr., general machine works. 



1907 

Aymar, Edmund Brandt, Jr., Box S., Wynne- 
wood, Pa.; real estate, 141 Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y. 

Cortrlght, Donald Nathan, Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

Crawford, Stanley Ernest, 307 Oakland Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cruse, Henry Russell, 6141 Pulaski, German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Judd, Lawrence McCully, Honolulu, Hawaii 
Islands. 

McCurdy, Harold Rex, 5901 Overbrook Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pollock, Guy Evans, 801 Grand View, Du- 
buque, la.; salesman, John T. Hancock 
Co., Main St. 

Pusely, William Closson, Holmesburg, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Rile, Atlee DIsston, 5518 Morris St., German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WIshart, John Wilson, 6352 Aurella St., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

1908 

Black, Edgar Newbold, 4901 Cedar Ave.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Flavell, George Kenneth,. 6438 Wayne Ave., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hannum, Howard Edmlnston, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Kent, George Ruddle, Wyncote, Pa. 

Lee, Horace Sibley, 3800 Chestnut St.. Phila- 
delphia Pa.; Hie insurance, 612 Stephan 
GIrard Bldg. 

Mirkll, Lyie Hazleton, 4240 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mulford, John Brantley, Wyncote, Pa. 



1909 

Bullock, John Emien, 6489 Greene St., Ger- 
mantown, Pa. 

Burleigh, John Paul, 210 E. Maple Ave., Mer- 
chantvllle. N. J. 

Clement, Thomas Finletter, 2304 DeLancey 
PI., Philadelphia, Pa, 

Dunn, Fred Lewis, 4207 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Duval, George Howard, 151 Central Park, 
West, New York City, N. Y. 

Mirkll, William Irwin, 4240 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Smith, Gibson, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Ware, Paul Sorg, Dayton, Ohio. 



PENNSYLVANIA KAPPA. 



SWARTHMORE COLLEGE. 

SWARTHMORE, PA. 

FOUNDED JANUARY 26, 1889, BY ALEXANDEE G. CUMMINS, 
JR., ELLIS M. HARVEY, FREDERIC B. PYLE, MORRIS L. 
CLOTHIER, GRANT DIBERT, A. MITCHELL PALMER, WILLIAM 
C. 8PR0UL, RALPH LEWIS AND CHARLES B. KETCHAM. 



1889 

Clark, Louis Pelouze, Ridley Park. Pa.; man- 
ufacturer's agent, 144 N. 12th St. Phila- 
delphia. 

Coaie, James Sutton, Riverton, N. J.; vice- 
president J. P. Thomas & Son Co., Phila- 
delphia. 

DIbert, Grant, 160 Fairmont St., Pittsburg, 
Pa. ; brick manufacturing. 

Geddes, Frank Bramwell Rose, Swarthmore, 
Pa.; with N, Y. office of the Whitehall 
Portland Cement Co., 35 S. William St., 
New York City. 

Harvey, Ellis Marshall, Washington and 
Monroe Sts., Media, Pa.; physician. 

Ketcham, Charles Belden, 20 Broad St.. New 
York City, N. Y.; broker, firm of Moore & 
Schley, New York Stock Exchange. 

Lewis, Ralph. Madison. Me. 

Manning, Robert Caldwell, 110 Greenwood 
Ave., Trenton, N. J.; furniture and art 
shop, 20-22 S. Broad St. 

Martindale, Chester Passmore, Westchester, 
Pa. ; life insurance. 

McConnell, Robert StefTan, 2112 Ontario St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; mechanical draftsman. 
Baldwin Locomotive Works. 

Palmer, Alexander Mitchell, 712 Thomas St., 
Stroudsburg, Pa.; graduate Swarthmore 
College, 1891; elected member of Congress, 
26th Penna. district, 1908; lawyer. 

Passmore, Ellis Pusey, cor. Coulter and Stok- 
ley Sts., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
cashier, Franklin National Bank. Broad and 
Chestnut Sts. 

Pyle, Frederic Bennett. 3319 Newark St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C; architect. 1003 
F St., Washington. D. C. 

Sproui, W. C; Chester. Pa. 

Sweet, William Elery. 1075 Humboldt St.. 
Denver, Colo.; Investment banker, William 
E. Sweet & Co. 

Temple, Edward Brinton, 315 Maple Ave., 
Swarthmore, Pa.; assistant chief engineer, 
Penna. R. R. Co., Broad St., Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Walton, Charles Hcnrv, 525 S. Warren St., 
Trenton, N. J.; flour business. 



1890 

Battin, Benjamin Franklin, West House,, 
Swarthmore, Pa.; grad. Swarthmore Col- 
lege, A. B. 1892; instructor, Swarthmore' 
College, 1892-3; Joshua Lippincott Fellow. 
Berlin University and Athens, 1893-4; pro- 
fessor of Latin, George School, Pa., 1894-98; 
professor of German, Swarthmore College, 
since 1900. 

Bond, Edwin Powell, 67 Addison Ave., Ruth- 
erford, N. J.; manager art embroidery nov- 
elties. 53 Green St., New York City. 

Cocks, Frederick Hicks, Old Westbury,, N. Y. 

Hailowell, Charles Shreve, 840 West End 
Ave., New York City, N. Y.; manager, cir- 
culation and publicity. Collier's Weekly, 416 
W. 13th St. 

Hicks, F. C, 7 Wall St., New York City, 
N. Y. 

Turner, Henry C, 26 Garden Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; grad. Swarthmore College, 1893; 
engineering and contracting. 

y/erree, James Edward, Chicago. 111.; news- 
paper representative, 610-113 Dearborn St. 

Walter, William Emiey, Swarthmore. Pa.; 
asst. sec'y. Curtis Publishing Co., 425 
Arch St. 

1891 

Clothier, Walter, Arch and Fourth Sts., 
Wynnewood. Pa. 

Dixon, Wiiliam Amoss, 1806 St. Paul St., Bal- 
timore, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; president. 
Dixon-Rartlett Co. 

Emiey, Joseph Cook, 312 E. 7th St.. Blainfleld. 
N. J.; manager, Duhrkop Oven Co.. 1133 
Park Row Bldg., New York City. 

Haines. Harry Isaac, 126 Main St., Coates- 
vllle. Pa.; dentist, 138 Main St. 

Mattson, Jr., Samuel Hughes, 72 E. 34th St., 
New York City. 

1892 

Andrews, J. Charles, 840 West End Ave., 
New York City. N. Y.; re-inforced con- 
struction. 11 Broadway. 



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45 



Blddle, Clement Miller, Vernon. N. T.; treas- 
urer, Biddle Purchasing Co,, New York 
City. 

Blabon, Waiter Davis, N. R cor 2l8t and 
Venango Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; with Geo. 
W. Blabon Co. 

Cass, Alfred Cookman, 77 Washington Place, 
New York City, N. Y.; architect, Co H. 
Bacon, 160 5th Ave. 

Clothier, J., Isaac Ha Howell, Wynnewood, 
Pa.; member firm of Strawbridge & Cloth- 
ier, 8th and Market Sts.. Philadelphia. 

Essig, George Sturges, Wallingford, Pa.; phy- 
sician. 

Fell, Edward Lawrence, 3643 N. 16th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; president Phi Kappa 
Psi Fraternity, 1902-4; vice-president, 
1900-02; president, Franklin Printing Co., 
518 Ludlow St. 

Parrish, Henry Clayr Rlverton, N. J.; 
broker. 

Parrish, Perclval, 231 Walnut St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. ; broker. 

1893 

Hoadley, Clarence Burtch, 311 Summit Ave., 
Redlands. Cal.; president, California Mag- 
nesite Co., 1352 Palmetto St.. Los Angeles. 

Llpolncott, Edgar, Rlverton, N. J. 

Pfahler, Alfred Edward, 4046 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; manufacturer and job- 
ber, heating and cooking apparatus, 142 N. 
10th St. 

Way, Channing, Westchester, Pa.; with Mar- 
shall S. Way & Sons, fire Insurance. 

1894 

Battin, William Ingram, 635 Englewood Ave.. 

Chicago, 111.; supt. Gaa Works, 25th and 

Loomls Sts. 
Knauer, Philip Sheridan, 4 Weybosset St., 

Plrovidence, R. I.; lawyer. 
Riddle, Samuel; Media, Pa. 
Verlenden, Albert T., Darby, Pa.; with Ver- 

lenden Bros., textile goods. 
Wilson, Frederick Fountain, Auburn. Cal.; 

fruit rancher. 

1895 

Cahall, Thomas, Wallingford, Pa.; lawyer, 
1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

Lewis, Oborn Garrett L., Radnor, Pa.; grad. 
University of Pennsylvania, D. D. S., 1904; 
dentist, 1529 Locust St., Philadelphia. 

Lipplncott, Walter Heullngs, Camden, N. J. 

Walton, Louis Stockton, 1107 Eighth Ave., 
Altoona, Pa.; grad. University of Pennsyl- 
vania Medical School; physician. 

1896 

Cassei, Howard NefT, Marietta, Pa. 
McFetrldge, Horace Wilbur, 1635 N. 11th 

St., Philadelphia. Pa.; printing business. 
Roach, John, 67, 5th Ave., New York City, 

N. Y. 
Verlenden, Jacob Serrlii, Darby, Pa.; with 

Verlenden Bros. 

1897 

Seaman, George Arthur, Williamsport, Pa. 
Smith, Thomas Arthur, Jacksonville, Fla.; 
'' with Turner Construction Co. 

1898 

Buchanan, Herbert, 2123 N. 21st St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; with Monarch Emerv Wheel 
& Corundum Co.. Camden, N. J. 



Gates, John Miller, 1955 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa,; trans, to Pa. Iota; grad. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, B. S. 1903; vice- 
president Monarch Coal Co. 

Griscom, John Milton, 1925 Chestnut St, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; physician. 

Hoadley, Arthur George, 565 K 3d St., Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y.; construction supt.. Turner 
Construction Co., 11 Broadway, New York 
City. 

Peters, Richard, Jr.. South Highlands, Bir- 
mingham. Ala. ; purchasing agent, Birming- 
ham Coal & Iron Co. 

Worth, Edward H., Coatesville, Pa.; with 
Worth Rolling Mills. 



1899 

Clothier, William Jackson, Wynnewood, Pa. 
Turner, William Webb, 4513 Regent St., 

Philadelphia. Pa.; president, Turner-For- 

man Concrete Steel Co. 
Week. Edmund Richard, 1914 First Ave., 

Spokane. Wash. 

1900 

Brownfield, Robert Long, Swarthmore, Pa.; 
broker. 

Marshall, T. Bayne, 1305 Locust St., Alle- 
gheny, Pa.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Worth, George S., Coatesville, Pa.; with 
Worth Rolling MiUs. 



1901 

Bassett, Edward Morris, 3641 Locust St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; asst. to sales manager, 
Whitehall Portland Cement Co., 1722 Land 
Title Bldg. 

Beans, Byron, Atlantic House. Holbom Via- 
duct. London, England; secy. The Key- 
stone Watch Case Co., Ltd. 

Fiitcraft, Laurence, 609 Maple Blvd., Oak 
Park. III.; associate editor, insurance pub- 
lications. 

Knipe, George Victor, 353 West 24th St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; manufacturer, 
leather goods and novelties. 

Price, Frederic Newiun, 56 Carroll St., 
Trenton, N. J.; mgr. Electric Porcelain & 
Mfg. Co. 

Stewart, Victor Woodward. 114 Park Ave., 
Wilson, N. C; secy, and treas. Colonial 
Pine Co. 

1902 

Crowell, Wilmer Gardner, 3820 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; coach football team, 
George Washington University, 1906; coach 
Swarthmore football team, 1907-08; with 
Suburban Underwriters' Ass'n., 4th and 
Walnut Sts. 

Gllkyson, Jr., Hamilton Henry, PhoenlxviUe, 
Pa.; real estate. 

Hicks, Philip Marshall, Avondale, Pa.; farm- 
ing. 

Kent, Homer S., Lansdowne, Pa.; with Agile 
Printing Co. 

Kirk, Milton Day, Kerwlnsvllle, Pa. 

Knight, Harry William, Sedalla, Mo.; hard- 
ware. 

Lipplncott, James Janney, 49 Waller Ave., 
White Plains, N. Y. ; member firm. Ward 
Carpenter & Co., civil engineers and sur- 
veyors, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Passmore, John Walter, Nottingham, Pa.; 
member firm, Passmore & Son. 

Ryder, Robert Leslie, East Lexington, Mass.; 
lawyer. 



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PHI KAPPA P8I FRATERNITY. 



Smith, William Dulty, Marine Barracks, 
Navy Yard. Norfolk, Va.; 1st Lieutenant 
U. S. Marine Corps. 

Terrell, Frederick Brahan, Fort Bliss, Tex.; 
Lieutenant IT. S. Army, War Dept., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Turner, Joseph Archer, 310 HlUslde Ave., 
Jenklntown, Pa.; supt. reinforced concrete 
construction, Commonwealth Bldg., Phila- 
delphia. 

Walker, William J. L., Gap, Pa.; secv. and 
gen. mgr., Jos. C. Walker & Sons Co. 

1903 

Coxe. Spencer Lawrence, 3444 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Swarthmore Col- 
lege, 1907; reporter, Philadelphia Press, 
7th and Chestnut Sts. 

Wliaon, Walter Warren, Selma, Ohio; trans, 
to Ohio Delta. 

1904 

Ashton, Leonard Capron, Swarthmore, Pa. 
Baker, Ralph Jackson, 107 N. Owen Ave., 

Lansdowne, Pa. 
Curtist, William Wooster, 3642 11th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C; civil engineer. 

District BIdg. 
IHImes, William Daniel, New Oxford, Pa. 
Hoopes, Jr., Edgar Mailn, 1303 Rodney St., 

Wllmhigton, Del.; electrical engineer. 
Manley, Robert Early, 506 Madison Ave., 

York, Pa.; genl. mgr., Hanover St. Ry. 

& Light Co., Hanover, Pa. 
McCauley, John Edmund, 302 K Broad St., 

Chester, Pa.; with Blrdsboro Steel Foundry 

& Machine Co., Blrdsboro, Pa. 
Rowlands, David Dwight, 1729 College Ave.. 

Racine. Wis.; electrical and hydraulic en- 
gineering. 
Vernon, Clifford Howard, Broad & Catherine 

Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; with Keystone Fire 

Extinguisher Co. 

1905 

Barrett, Charles Parvoe, Atchison, Kan. 
Boyd, Fisher Longstreth, Haverford, Pa,; 

treas. and factory manager, James Boyd 

& Bro., Inc. 
Coble, Lee Elbert, Stilesville, Ind.; journalist. 
Eastburn, Arthur Moses, Doyleatown, Pa. 
Hoadiey, Russell Cowies, 518 Walnut Lane, 

Swarthmore, Pa. 



Simons, Frederick Myerle, cor. Elm Ave. 

and Walnut Lane, Swarthmore, Pa.; with 

Simons Bros. Co. 
Wistar, Arthur Thompson, Salem, N. J.; 

salesman, wholesale lumber. Real Estate 

Trust Bldg.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

1906 

Cavln, Edward Houser, Jenklntown, Pa. 

Detrick, Louis Frederick, Ruxton, Md. 

Fell, Edward Watson, 1534 N. Broad St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gaskili, Joseph Franklin, 306 Florence Ave.,. 
Jenklntown. Pa. 

Vernon, Clarence Franklin, Pomeroy, Pa,r 
farmer. 

Wetter, Charles Hart, 4036 Pine St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

1907 

Baker, Walter Trainer. 454 W. 55th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; civil engineer, concrete 
construction. 

Crews, Robert A., 967 S. 6th St., Charleston, 
Illinois. 

Pitcher, Albert iVIerritt, 280 Church St.. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Terrell, Robert Weakley Brahan, 417 Oak- 
land St., San Antonio, Texas. 

1908 

Carpenter, Philip Jackson, 1107 Franklin St., 

Wilmington, Del. 
Denworth, Raymond Keenan, Jersey Shore, 

Pennsylvania. 
Qilchrist, Claude Francis, Robinson, 111. 
IHoopes, Albert Warfieid, Highland Farm, 

West Chester, Pa. 
Storb, Raymond Clarke, 172 N. Hanover SL, 

Pottstown, Pa. 

1909 

Cadwallader, J. Augustus, Yardley, Pa. 

Elliot, Warren, Marquette, Mich. 

Messner, IHenry Lee, Roaring Fork, Pa. 

Philips, Earle Stanton, Kennet Square, Pa. 

Tarbie, Newton, Charleston, 111. 

Tily, Harry Coleman, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Van Trump, Donald Harpertson, Silverside, 

Delaware. 
Vernon, Ralph Benedict, Pomeroy, Pa. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPHA. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 

HANOVER, N. H. 

FOUNDED JANUARY 24, 1896, BY R. D. BLiANPIED, G. A. 
ADAMS, T. H. BACON, E. D. CASS, G. E. FOSS, W. H. HAM, G. P. 
PARKER, C. A. TRACY, F. A. LIBBS, G. H. NOLAN, W. W. JOR- 
DAN, C. L. JOY, R. PEARL, E. E. SKINNER, E. B. WARDLE, 
PHILIP H. WINCHESTER. 



1896 

Adams, George Arthur, Chapel St., Canton, 
N. Y.; lawyer, member firm of Hale & 
Adams. 

Hartley, Joseph Henry, 97 High St., St Law- 
rence, Mass.; leather business. 

Pearl, Raymond, Orono, Me.; instructor in 
zoologry. University of Michigan, 1902-06; 
instructor in zoology. University of Penn- 
syK'ania, 1906-7; now biologist, Maine Ex- 
periment Station. 

Tracy, Charles Alden, Merlden, N. H.; prin- 
cipal of academy. 

Wardle, Edward Beaumont, 594 Lincoln Pi., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1896 

Atwood, William Thompson, 1 Howard St., 
Melrose, Masa.; grad. Dartmouth College, 

A. B., 1899; grad. Boston University School 
of Law, LL. B.. 1904; instructor political 
science, Dartmouth College, 1906-7; mem- 
ber of bar of Massachusetts and U. S. 
Circuit court; lawyer, 60 State St., Boston. 

Bacon, Theodore Henry, 167 West St., Clin- 
ton, Mass.; teacher. 

Buckley, James Joseph, Milton, N. H.; phy- 
sician. 

Cass, David Edgar, 321 Amherst St., Man- 
chester, N. H.; teacher. 

Clark, William Edward, Charlestown. N. H. 

Corson, Freeman, Pawtucket, R. I.; mgr. 
Swift & Co. 

Dunlap, Roger Alien, Windsor Locks, Conn.; 

B. A., Dartmouth College, 1900; D. D. 
Hartford Theological Seminary, 1903; pas- 
tor Congregational Church. 

Foss, Calvin Whitten, 91 Clark St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; acting reference librarian, Brooklyn 
public library. 

Foss, George Ernest, 97 Firglade Ave., 
Springfield, Mass.; teacher. 

GIbbs, Frederick Azro, 44 Cushlng St., Dover, 
N. H.; dentist. Somersworth, N. H. 

Hadlock, Fred Herbert, Mansfield, Mass.; 
grad. Dartmouth College. 1900; principal 
of high school at Lunenburg. Mass.. 1900- 
04; principal of high school at Northboro, 



Mass.. 1904-06; principal of Mansfield high 
school since 1906. 

Ham, William Hale, Boston, Mass.; civil en- 
gineer, with Hollls French & Allen Hub- 
bard, Albany Bldg. 

Hyatt, Edwin Arnold, bank, cor. Maiden 
Lane, St. Albans, Vt.; Dartmouth College, 
1899; McGlll University, medical depart- 
ment, 1902; admitted to bar, 1902; surgeon 
St. Alban's hospital; secretary Franklin 
County Medical Society; physician and sxir- 
geon. 

Jordan, Wesley William, Plainsfield, N. H.; 
farmer. 

Joy, Clarence Loveli, Warner. N. H.; grad. 
Dartmouth College, 1899; taught at Farm- 
ington, N. H., 1901-06; taught Latin and 
Greek at New Hampton Literary Institu- 
tion. New Hampton, N. H., '06; now prin- 
cipal Simonds Free High School. 

Marshall, Harry Ignatius, care A. B. M. U., 
Box 41, Boston, Mass.; grad. Dartmouth 
College. 1900; Newton Theological Institute, 
1903; appointed missionary of American 
Baptist Missionary Union in 1903; mis- 
sionary, Tharrawaddy, Burma, British In- 
dia. 

Merry, Louis Augustus, 39 Prince St., Bos- 
ton, Mass.; baker. 

Nolan, George Henry, 143 Liberty St., New 
York City, N. Y.; civil engineer. 

Parker, George Prescott, East Pepperell, 
Mass. 

Passage, George Aged, 2268 Blake Ave., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

RIsley, Wilfred Cary, P. O. Box 2, Sidney, 
Nova Scotia; civil engineer, with Dominion 
Iron Se. Steel Company. 

Skinner, Edward Raymond, Worcester, 
Mass.; with Oraton & Knight Mfg. Co. 

Wallace, Arthur Lowell. 19 Manchester St., 
Nashua, N. H; city physician, 1904; mem- 
ber board of education; clerk and treasurer 
Good Will Institute; physician on staft of 
Emergency hospital and St. Joseph hos- 
pital; physician and surgeon, 18 Masonic 
Temple. 

Winchester, Philip Harold, 37 Ten Eyck St., 
Watertown, N. Y. 

Woodman, James Brown, 336 Central St., 
Franklin. N. H.; physician; surgeon to 
Sanborn Hall. 



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1897 

Colby, Joseph Rutherford, Montreal. West, 
Quebec; grad. Dartmouth College. 1901; 
treasurer and manager, Canadian Carbon- 
ate Co. 

Cook, Harry Irving, 628 Commonwealth Ave., 
Newton Center, Mass.; with Klng-Rlchard- 
son Co., Sprlngfleld, Mass. 

Dowd, John Edwin, Mt. Klscoe, N. T.; chem- 
ist. Mt. Klscoe laboratory. 

Dudley, Charles Howard, 4 College St.. Han- 
over, N. H.; athletic goods and furnish- 
ings. 

Hovey, Leslie Roy, 24 Windermere Road, 
Dorchester. Mass.; manager Swift & Co.'s 
N. E. Produce business. 

Hutch ins, Harry, Lancaster N. H.; with Ar- 
mour Packing Co. 

Hyatt, Wlllard Isaac, Hilands Ave., Ben 
Avon. Northside, Pittsburg, Pa.; teacher, 
Allegheny Preparatory School, director of 
I'pper School and head of department of 
history. 900 Lincoln Av. 

Ruaa» Warren Fuller, 767 Elm St.. Peeksklll, 
N. Y.; civil engineer; asst. engineer N. Y. 
board of water supply. 

True, Albert Lyman, address unknown. 

Whitaker, Earl Francis, 24 Rlverview Ave., 
Waltham. Mass.; with Waltham Mfg. Co. 

Williams, Chester Frederick, 12 Claflln, Mil- 
ford. Mass.; lawyer; special Justice of the 
third district court for southern Worces- 
ter. 

1898 

Ailing, Benjamin Wlllard, New Britain, 
Conn.; grad. Dartmouth College, 1902; Har- 
vard Iaw School, 1905; lawyer, member 
Arm of Klett & Ailing, 277 Main St. 

de Anguera, Herman Clifford, 300 Alexander, 
Rochester, N. Y.; graduated in civil en- 
gineering. 1902; minister. 

Barnes, Thomas Louis, 35 Cliff St., Arling- 
ton Heights, Mass.; teacher. 

Freeman, Ross i\4anahan, Lebanon. N. H. 

Gliman, John Sanborn, Newbury, Va.; grad. 
Dartmouth College. 1902; principal New- 
bury Seminary, 1902-07; district superin- 
tendent of schools. 

Hubbard, George Morrison, Sprlngflelrl Ave., 
W^est Summit. N. J.; mortgage broker. 31 
Nassau St.. New York City. 

Mahoney, William Henry, 122 Lincoln St., 
Newton Highlands. Mass.; research work, 
9 Hamilton PI.. Boston, Mass. 

Paddock, Clarence Erwin, 220 Maple St., 
New Britain. Conn.; grad. Dartmouth Col- 
lege, 1900; grad. Thayer School. 1901; civil 
engineer, Berlin Construction Co., Berlin, 
Conn. 

Pierce, Frederick Ernest, The Westleigh. 
New York City, N. Y.; general manager 
Lincoln Farm Association, 74 Broadway. 

Pope, Frederick Seth, North Elaston, Mass.; 
superintendent of schools. 

Porter, John Endicott, 6 Ashburton PI., Yon- 
kers. N. Y.; grad. Dartmouth College. 1902; 
Thayer School of Civil Engineering. '03; 
brid.i?e designer, office of engineer of struc- 
tures. N. Y. Central, Grand Central Palace, 
New York City. 

Schilling, Albert Henry, 29 Lincoln St., New 
Britain, Conn.; civil engineer, Berlin Con- 
struction Co., Berlin, Conn. 

Warner, Harry Eugene, 2104 Fourth Ave., 
W.. Seattle, Wash.; lawyer, 846 Central 
Bldg. 

1899 

Bennett, Hamlin Perley, 26 Ocean St., Lynn, 
Mass.; city chemist and physician 



Cross, Ernest Samuel, 4 Gaston St.. W., Sa- 
vannah, Ga.; M. D.. Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 1906; resident medical house offi- 
cer, Johns Hopkins hospital. 1906-07; resi- 
dent physician. Telfair hospital. 

Ford, George Den ham. Bay Ridge Park, 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; treasurer Viola Allen 
theatrical company. 

Halilnan, Charles Thomas, 1615 E. Fifty- 
fifth St., Chicago, 111.; reporter on Chicago 
American and Chicago Tribune; now edi- 
torial writer, Chicago Tribune. 

Howland, Densmore Bishop, R. F. D. No. 9, 
Box 30a, Cincinnati. Ohio; asst. supply 
mgr.. General Electric Co. 

Keyes, Ralph Preble, 6 Adams St., Somer- 
vllle. Mass.; bank clerk, N. E. National 
Bank, Boston. Mass. 

IN^cEldowney, William Franklin, The Valla- 
mont* Spokane, Wash.; trans, to Wis. 
Alpha; grad. University of Wisconsin, 1904; 
real estate salesman, 215 Jamieson Bldg. 

Neal, Cleland Richardson, 1 Madison Ave., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Waither, Julius Bernhardt, 7 Vine St., Lock- 
port, N. Y. 

1900 

Brown, i\4arcus Richard, 268 Locust St., Fall 
River, -Mass.; secretary Devoe Mills. 

Durgin, Linwood Story, 10 Riverside St., 
Lewiston, Me.; member firms H. B. Skin- 
ner & Co.. Webster; Staples & Durgin, 
16 Lisbon St. 

Fenno, Stanley Warner, 44 Pleasant St., Re- 
vere, Mass.; science master, Revere high 
school. 

Fisher, Stuart Dexter, Ash St.. Northbridge, 
Mass.; care Paul Whitin Mfg. Co. 

Freeman, Frederick Brookway, Danvers, 
Mass.; county secretary, Y. M. C. A. 

Hail, Henry Monroe, Massena, N. Y.; asst. 
supt. Aluminum Co. of America. 

Hutching, William Edward, San Cristobal, 
Cuba; plantation owner. 

Marden, Martin Gould; address unknown. 

lyilller, Dabiel i\4cQuerren, Holyoke, Mass. 

Norton, Daniel Capron, Manchester, N. H.; 
physician. 

1901 

Ashley, William H., 1839 Benton Blvd., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Besse, Stanley, 10 Garden St.. Newburyport, 
Mass.; insurance inspector, Factory In- 
surance Association. Hartford, Conn. 

Biggs, Vernon Alfred, 5625 South Blvd., Aus- 
tin Sia.. Chicago. 111.; real estate broker^ 
Biggs, Hros., 5802 Washington Blvd. 

Brown, Dana Francis, New York City, N. Y.; 
salesman. Clarence Whitman Co. 

FIske, Robert Chester, 702 E. Fourth St., 
Duluth. Minn.; wholesale hardware. 

Fleming, Harry Wiilard, 26 Green St., 
Brockton, Matss.; advertising. 

Guibert, Oscar Bowen, 221 GasklU St., Woon- 
socket. R. I.; grad. Dartmouth College, A. 
B., 1905; Dartmouth Medical School, M. 
D.. 1908; physician, Boston City hospital, 
Boston. 

Greenieaf, William Andrew, 121 Spring St, 
Auburn, Me.; contractor and builder, mem- 
ber Arm of John A. Greenieaf & Sons Co. 

i\4acLean, Hugh Whitford, 1301 Judson Ave., 
EvHnston, 111. 

Patteson, Griesser, Winston, Waldhelm, 
Fairmount. Ohio; inspector, with Brown 
Hoist Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Rickards, Harry Scott, Providence, R. I.; 
with Industrial Trust Co. 

Smith, Cyril Austin, MIddleboro, Mass. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 



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Studwell, Chester Arthur, 72 Washington St., 
Port Chester, N. Y.; civil engineer. 

Studweli, Lester Wellington, 40 Leicester St., 
Port Chester, N. T. 



1902 

Gleason, William Fogarty; address unknown. 
Lander, Ralph Clinton, 105 N. High St.. Mt. 

Vernon, N. Y.; architect, 29 Broadway, 

New York City. 
Parris, Allan Jay, Paris, 111. 
Smith, Ephralm John, Newport, Vt.; private 

secretary to Congressman Frank Plumley, 

1213 L St., N. W.. Washington, D. C. 
Sturtevant, Mills Gove, Bellevue hospital. 

New York City, N. Y.; grad. Dartmouth 

College, A. B., 1904; College Physicians and 

Surgeone. M. D., 1908; physician; hospital 

interne. 
Warton, Carl Thurston, 27 Washington St., 

Newburyport, Mass. 
Williams, l-loward Chandler, Hotel Maine, 

Pueblo, Colo.; telegraph editor, Pueblo 

Chieftain; trans, to Dl. Delta. 



1903 

Barnes, Samuel Lawrence, Baker, Wash. 

Beyer, Francis Burleigh, 16 Grand St., Som- 
ersworth. N. H.; with Great Falls Bleach- 
ery & Dye Works. 

Brown, Ray Wilbur, 268 Locust St., Fall 
River, Mass. 

Dutton, Julius Mason. Broad St., Portsmouth, 
N. H. 

Edgerly, Ferdinand Bosher, 2800 Franklin 
Ave.. Seattle, Wash.; teas and coffees, 914 
Third Ave. 

Greenieaf, Fred Bacon, 121 Spring St., Au> 
burn, Me.; grad. Dartmouth College, B. S., 
1907; C. E. Thayer School of Civil Engi- 
neering, 1908; contracting, with firm of J. 
A. Greenieaf & Sons Co. 

Hart, John Shelley, Minneapolis, Minn.; with 
Washburn -Crosby Co. 

Hayes, Reuben, Dover, N. H.; civil engineer. 

Howard, George Henry, Craf tsburg, Vt. ; law- 
yer, 62 Cedar St., New York City. 

Howard, Jr., Henry Dwight, 103 ML Vernon 
St.. Boston, Mass.; dentist. 

Kelly, Harry George, 1924 Binney St., Omaha, 
Neb.; care Adams & Kelly Co., 1202 Nicho- 
las St. 

Small, Waiter Garfield; address unknown. 

Twiss, William Bertram, 1622 Oxford St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; teacher in Temple Col- 

Walker, William Dodge, Goff's Falls, N. H.; 
grad. Dartmouth College, 1907; general 
manager Eclipse Worsted Mills. 



1904 

Dow, Clinton Israel, Manchester, N. H.; 
foreman of construction, Amoskeag Mfg. 
Co. 

Fiske, Eben Winston, 36 Lyman St, Wal- 
tham, Mass.; grad. Dartmouth College, 
1908; Dartmouth Medical School, 1911; phy- 
slcian 

Hunt, Richard Field, 424 Newtonville Ave., 
Newtonville, Mass.; dry goods salesman, 
Brown Durrell Co., 104 Kingston St., Bos- 
ton. 

Marsden, Raymond Robb, 331 Genesee St., 
Utica, N. y.; civil engineer. 

Marsh, Everett Thomas, 1307 Judson Ave., 
Evanston, III.; salesman. Dry Goods Com- 
mission, 711, 237 Fifth Ave., Chicago. 



Mitchell, Harry Wllbert, 2168 E. Seventy- 
ninth St., S. E., Cleveland, Ohio; member 
firm of G. F. Mitchell & Son. 

Schiiiing, Frederick Edward, 68 Glen St., 
New Britain, Conn.; with Turner Construc- 
tion Co., New York City. 



1906 

Burns, George Thomas, Raleigh Ave., Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Cams, Raymond Ledden, Omaha, Neb.; 
grad. Dartmouth College, 1908; now with 
Omaha high sehool. 

Chase, Philip Minot, Richmond Court, Bea- 
con St., Boston, Mass.; granite business. 

Everett. John Stephen, 8 Pratt St.. South 
Framingham, Mass.; Dartmouth College, 
1908; vice-president intercollegiate com- 
mittee; public accountant, 708 Exchange 
Bldg., Boston. 

Fardy, Thomas Albert, Randolph, Mass. 

Garvin, Frank Augustus, Sanford, Me.; 
lumber dealer. 

Herrick, Arthur Lowell, 10 Forest St., 
Gloucester, Mass.; civil engineer. 

Howe, Luther Maxwell, 97 W. Chestnut St., 
Wakefield, Mass.; with Walton & Logan, 
Chelsea, Mass. 

Jordan, Thomas Eugene, Lebanon, N. H.; 
grad. Dartmouth College, 1908; head of 
tailoring establishment. 

Lavin, Roy Everett, Calais, Me.; with St. 
Croix Paper Co. 

Owen, Roy Mansfield, 900 Windsor Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; insurance, Ocean Accident & 
Guaranty Co., 510 Rector Bldg. 

Perry, Chester Norman, Needham, Mass. 

Sargeant, French Philbrlck, 741 Chestnut St., 
Manchester, N. H. 

Siiieck, William Maddock, 325 E. Thirty-first 
St., New York City, N. Y.; building con- 
struction, with G. A. Fuller Co. 

Stone, Robert Mason, 100 Cambridge St., 
Winchester, Mass.; with Stone & Forsythe, 
67 Kingston St., Boston. 

Walker, Herbert Moore, Goff's Falls. N. H. 

Wright, Louis Forrest, 1293 Main St.. Brock- 
ton, Mass.; with Woodard & Wright. 



1906 

Ailing, Marshall Louis, Berlin, Conn.; physi- 
cian. 

Driver, Harry Herman, 6 Proctor House, 
Hanover, N. H. 

Dwyer, Louis Richard, Blossom St., Brad- 
ford &Iass 

Hall, Harold Steward, 26 Pleasant St., Hud- 
son, Mass. 

Marston, Ralph Herbert, 16 Fenno St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Tufts, Joseph Anthony, 56 Dwight St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

1907 

Armstrong, Ferdinand Douglas, 66 Highland 

Ave., Winchester, Mass. 
Ballou, Kenneth Stevens, 12 Stoneland Road, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Chase, Edward Franklin, 21 Baltimore St., 

Lynn, Mass. 
Cowan, Pierpont McCiaskey, 17 Highgate 

St., Allston, Mass. 
Drummond, Jr., James, 1 Huntington Ave., 

Amesburg, Mass. 
Eaton, Max Everett, 15 Summit Ave., Wake- 
field, Mass. 
Eaton, Sargent Flint, 246 Central St., Au- 

burndale, Mass. 



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Everett, Jamei Richard 8 Pratt St., South 
Framin^ham, Mass. 

Hadden, Arthur Archibald, 125 Houston Ave., 
Muskegon, Mich. ; with American Hard- 
ware Corporation, New Britain, Conn. 

Hazeltlne, Joseph Newhall, 17 Beach Ave., 
Lynn. Mass. 

Herron, William Everhard, 75 Central St, 
Aubumdale, Mass. 

Josselyn, Storment, 386 Main St., North 
Andover, Mass. 

Macomber, Stanley Bataett, 242 West New- 
ton St., Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 

McCllntock, George Leonard> Boothbay Har- 
bor, Me. 

Pierce, Roger Qrenway, 835 Adams St., Dor- 
Chester Afass 

Sanderson, Robert Harrington, 30 Lyman 
St., Waltham, Mass. 

Sullivan, Warren, 114 W. 123rd St., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Wheeler, Allan Thorpe, Charles River, Mass. 

Worcester, Francis, 1171 Murray Hill Ave., 
Pittsburgr, Pa. 

1908 

Gilbert, Chester Alexander, 221 Gaskill St., 

Woonsocket, R. I. 
Qrieb, William Clarke, 6056 Drexel Road, 

Overbrook, Pa. 



Hall, Roswell Eliot, Grove St., West Upton, 

Mass. 
Leach, Roscoe Conklln, 1451 Newman Ave., 

Lake wood, Ohio. 
Lovell, Lathrop Bartlett, 169 South Ave., 

Whitman, Mass. 
Newcomb, Ohester Gilbert, 11733 Detroit 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Quint, Walter Southward, West Medway, 

IiAass 
Whitney, Ralph Horace, 362 Washington St., 

North Attleboro, Mass. 



1909 

Brewster. J. D., Winsor, Vermont. 
Cary, William Hartley, Brockton, Mass. 
Cook, Ellis Roy, Duluth, Minn. 
Dunning, Arthur Stephenson, Woodlawn 

Ave., Duluth, Minn. 
Fletcher, Raymond Bassett, Worcester, 

Mass. 
Gray, Philip Marshall, Chicago, HI. 
Hamilton, Henry Montgomery, Aubumdale, 

McCarthy, Bernard Francis, Fitchburg, 

Piatt, Jr., Frederick Salliy, Rutland, Vt. 

Remson, Richard, Hollls, N. Y. 

Seaman, Julian Huntington, Yonkers, N. Y. 



MASSACHUSETTS ALPHA. 



AMHERST COLLEGE, 

AMHERST. MASS. 

FOUNDED JUNE 7, 1895, BY T. F. HENNESSY, T. C. ELVINS, J. 
H. GAYLOED, G. F. HYDE, L. I. LOVBLAND, G. H. NASH, J. A. 
BOCKWOOD, D. G. BURRAGB, S. A. FISKE, W. S. FRI8BEE, E. 
McFABLAND, A. P. MANWELIi, W. W. OBEAR, A. M. CLAPP, J. P. 
GARFIELD, C. 8. HAGER, F. C. WELLMAN. 



1895 

Burrage, Dwight Grafton, Crete, Neb.; grad. 
Amherst College; teaching; now professor 

- of Greek and Latin, Doane College. 

Clapp, Arthur Martin, 176 State St., Spring- 
field, Mass.; physician. 

Colman, Georae Henry, 12 Prospect St., 
Gloucester, Mass.; teaching; submaster, 
high school. 

Duncan, George Henry, East Jaffrey, N. H.; 
druggist. 

Elvins, Thomas Clohosey, Harmonton, N. J.; 
served six years in general assembly of 
New Jersey; now postmaster. 

Ffske, Samuel Asa, Berlin, Conn.; i>astor 
Second Congregational Church. 

Foster, Jr., Festus Harvey, 43 Kenwood 
Park, Springfield, Mass.; salesman, whole- 
sale groceries, 18 Lyman St. 

French, Henry Richardson, 20 Park St., 
Lynn, Mass.; grad. Amherst College, 1899; 
treasurer and manager Journal of Educa- 
tion, 29A Beacon St., Boston. 

Frisbee, Walter Stuart, 21H Buffum St., 
Salem, Mass.; contracting department, the 
Boston Bridge Works, Inc., 47 Winter St., 
Boston. 

Garfield, John Pearl, 26 Shaw Ave., East 
Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Amherst College, 
1898, A. B.; Hartford Theological Semi- 
nary, 1902, B. D.; minister to East Congre- 
gational Church, Cleveland. 

Qaylord, Edward Dickinson, 228 Fitch St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; Amherst College, B. A.; 
Hartford Theological Seminary, B. D.; pas- 
tor Good Will Congregational Church. 

Gay lord, Joseph Howard, Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y.; Amherst College, 1896; Hartford 
Theological Seminary, ^99; clergryman. 

Hager, Charles Stephen, 233 Madison Ave., 
^bany, N. Y.; B. D., Union Theological 
Seminary. New York City, 1902; clergyman. 
First Congregational Church. 

Harris, Edwin Lucius, South Deerfleld. Mass.; 
A. B., Amherst College. 1900; broker; trav- 
eling salesman, 209 Main St., Northampton, 
Mass. 



Hennessy, Thomas Francis, 126 Thirty-sixth 
St.. Norfolk, Va.; grad. Amherst College, 
1895, B. S.; printing and boc^binding busi- 
ness, 164-168 Plume St. 

Howe, Albert C, Lafayette, Colo.; mercan- 
tile business. 

Hyde, George Fuller, 268 Washington St, 
Norwich, Conn.; secretary Y. M. C. A. 

Ide, Herbert Chandler, 51 S. Fourteenth Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Amherst, 1898, B. A.; 
M. A., 1905; Hartford Theological Semi- 
nary, 1901, B. D.; clergyman. 

Loveland, Lewis Ira, 237 Beech St., Potts- 
town, Pa.; principal high school. 

Manwell, Augustine Parker, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
grad. Amherst College, 1897; Hartford 
Theological Seminary, 1900; clergyman. 

Matthews, Bayard, East Orange, N. J. 

McFarland, Raymond, 329 E. State St., 
Ithaca, N. Y.; grad. Amherst College, B. 
A.; Yale University, M. A.; teacher; prin- 
cipal Ithaca high school. 

Morse, William Arthur, Norwich, Conn.; A. 
B., Amherst College, *97; general secretary, 
Y. M. C. A. 

Nash, George Harlan, 334 Hitchcock St., Hol- 
yoke, Mass.; B. S., Amherst, '96; wholesale 
grocer. 

Obear, William Walter, 69 Walnut St., Som- 
erville, Mass.; head of chemistry depart- 
ment, Somerville English high school. 

Rockwood, John Aivah, 667^ Glisan St., 
Portland, Ore.; civil engineer, with W. S. 
Barstow & Co., 419 Failing Bldg. 

Ward, Paul Theodore Bliss, 136 Forest St., 
Medford, Mass.; taught 1899-1902 in Robert 
College. Constantinople, Turkey; member 
firm of Samuel Ward Co., stationers, Bos- 
ton. 

1896 

Atwood, Frederic Huntington, 22 Newcomb 
Road, Tenafly, N. J.; with Millers Falls 
Co., 28 Warren St., New York City. 

Dyer, Waiter Aiden, 61 Marble Hill Ave., 
Kingsbridge, New York City, N. Y.; man- 
aging editor Country Life in America. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERMTY 



Elvlns, George Andrew, apartment 62, 106 S. 
Maryland. Atlantic City, N. J.; real estate, 
member firm of H. G. Harris & Co.^ Bart- 
lett Bldgr. 

Hamilton, Herbert Franklin, 140 Barclay St., 
Flushing, N. Y.; A. B., Amherst, 1897; M. 
A.. Yale, 1899; Ph.D., Yale, 1901; head of 
English department. Flushing high school. 

Hubbard, Ray Spencer, 2106 Washington St., 
South Braintree, Mass.; grad. Amherst, 
1900; Auburn Seminary, 1903; with Massa- 
chusetts Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children, 43 M^. Vernon St., 
Boston. 

Hussey, Richard Byron, 59 Bancroft Ave., 
Reading, Mass.; electrical engineer, with 
General Electric Co., West Lynn, Mass. 

Job, Philip Adams, Carlisle, Mass.; member 
Falmouth, Mass., school board, '06-07; town 
auditor, Carlisle, Mass., '08; Congregational 
clergyman. 

Ladd, Lawrence FIrmln. Swarthmore, Pa.; 
special representative for Graton & Knight 
Mfg. Co.. of Worcester, Mass. 

Newell, Henry Clinton, Demorest, Ga.; grad. 
Amherst College, 1901; president Piedmont 
College. 

Parker, Thomas Valentine, 465 Forty-third 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; B. A., Amherst, 1900; 
M. A., Amherst, 1903; Ph.D,, New York 
University, 1906; author; pastor of Grace 
Baptist Church. 

Reynolds, Robert Van Rensselaer, 734 E. 
Second, S.. Salt I^ke City. Utah; Willis- 
ton Seminary, '92; Amherst College, '98; 
forest supervisor, Wasatch national forest, 
I'. S. Forest Service, 45 Bell Telephone 
Bldg. 

Thompson, Everett Edward, "Stanleigh," 716 
W. 180th St., New York City; grad. Am- 
herst College, 1899; asst. librarian Amherst 
College library, 1899-01; appointed teacher 
for Philippines. July. 1901; transferred to 
examiner, civil service board, Manila, P. 
I., Nov. 1901-1905. 

Ward, Edwin St. John, care American Mis- 
sion, Diabekir, Turkey, Asia; grad. Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of New 
York City, '04; interne Presbyterian hos- 
pital. New York City, two years; appointed 
as medical missionary, 1907; doctor of 
medicine at Diabekir under the appoint- 
ment of the American Board of Commis- 
sioners of Foreign Missions. 



1897 

Clark, John Maxwell, North Hadley, Mass.; 
fruit raising. 

Hubbard, Crescens. 29 Lafayette St.. White 
Plains, N. Y.; lawyer, member firm of 
Hubbard & McKinley. 

Longstreth, Walter Cook, 5318 Baynton St., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; lawyer. 

Loveli, Charles Nelson, Manchester, Conn.; 
minister. 

Rockwell, Loren Henry, 23 Windermere PI., 
Rockvllle Center, L. I.; government teach- 
er, Philippine Islands, 1901-2; asst. chief 
clerk. Title Guarantee & Trust Co. 

Towne, Arthur Whittlesey, Menands. N. Y.; 
S. B., Amherst, 1901; A. B., Harvard Grad- 
uate School, 1902; secretary New York 
state probation commission, Albany, N. Y. 

Tracy, Edward Ciafiln, 153 Chemung St., 
Waverly. N. Y.; pharmacist. 

Wade, Frank Edward, 908 Greene Ave.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; grad. Amherst College. 
1901; New York Law School, 1903; admit- 
ted to bar. 1903; lawyer, 220 Broadway, 
New York City. 



1898 

Allen, Fred Harold, 16 Fairfield Ave., Hol- 
yoke. Mass.; M. D., Harvard. 1907; house 
officer, Boston City hospital, 1908-9; phy- 

SiClan * ar f 

Best, William Holden, 719 N. Oak Park Ave.. 
Oak Park, 111.; cashier. New York Life In- 
surance Co., Chicago. 

Clancy, George Carpenter, 214 Comstock Ave., 
SjTacuse, N. Y.; instructor in English, 
Syracuse University. 

Collester, Clinton Henry, 100 Charles St.. 
Boston. Mass.; A. B.. Amherst, 1902; A. 
M., Harvard, 1904; instructor, department 
of English, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology since 1904. 

Ci^ss, Frederick Howen, 92 Flrglade Ave., 
Springfield, Mass.; manufacturing. Century 
Mfg. Co. ^ 

Frizzell, John Henry, 119 E. Allen. State 
College, Pa.; Instructor In English and 
orator>', the Pennsylvania State College, 
1902-07; now professor, the Pennsylvania 
State College. 



1899 

Johnson, Herman Norton, 3 Carhart Ave.. 
Blnghampton, N. Y.; B. A.. Amherst Col- 
lege, 1903; M. A., Columbia University, 
1906; E. M., Columbia School of Mines, 
1906; asst. geologist. Amalgamated Copper 
Co.; now expert miner for United States 
Forest Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

''°r,*f'.y®**P!? Alfred, Front and Mansfield, 
Beivldere. N. J.; dentist. 

Lincoln, C. Arthur, 5183A Kensington Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo.; A. B., Amherst College. 
1902; B. D., Hartford Theological Semi- 
nary. 1905; asst. pastor. Pilgrim Congrega- 
tional Church, Union and Kensington Aves. 

Lum, Ernest Caiver, Fairmount, Chatham, 
N. J.; grad. Amherst College, 1902; lawyer, 
member firm of Lum, Tamblyn & Coyler. 
Newark, N. J. 

Young, James Cathcart, 27 Pierrepont St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. M., Amherst College, 



1900 

Abel, Melbourne Traver, Wapplnger Falls, 

Baker, Robert Horace, Allegheny Observa- 
tory, Allegheny, Pa.; B. A., Amherst, 1904; 
M. A., Amherst, 1905; asst. In astronomy, 
1904-06; asst. astronomer, Allegheny Ob- 
servatory, since 1906. 

Barber, Harry Clark, Suffleld, Conn.; dean 
of Connecticut Literary Institution. 

Chase, Herman Baker, Hyannls. Mass.; grad. 
Harvard Medical School, 1908; physician. 

Clarke, Daniel Benjamin, East Granby, 
Conn.; tobacco culture. 

Ide, Ernest Monroe, Three Rivers, Mass.; 
cotton manufacturing. 

Pond, George Kimball, 40 Federal St., Green- 
field, Mass.; grad. Amherst College, A. B.. 
1904; Harvard Law School; lawyer, 90 
Main St. 

Shea, Joseph Edward, 416 Broadway. New 
York City, N. Y. 

Taylor, James Stephen, 925 N. Ninth St.. 
St. Joseph, Mo.; lumber, 1202 N. Fourth 
St. 

Thompson, Karl Owen, 28 Winsor PI.. Grand 
Rapids, Mich.; B. A., Amherst College. 
1904; B. D.. Yale Divinity School. 1907; 
pastor Plymouth Congregational Church. 

Westphal, Alfred Frederick, Peterson, Minn. 



AMHERST COLLEGE. 



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1901 

Bostwick, Curtis James, Seattle. Wash.; A. 

B., Amherst Collegre, 1905; lumber. 
Boyden, Frank Learovd, Deerfleld. Mass.; 

STiud. Amherst CoUeflre, 1902; principal 

Deerfleld Academy. 
Gilbert, James LeRoy, 829 New York Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; with A. A. Weeks-Hos- 

klns Co., 354 Broadway. 
Heminway, Ralph Wilbur, 27 State St., West- 

fleld, Mass.; foreman, Pope Manufacturing 

Co. 
Hewitt, Ralph Haliaday, 129 W. Sixty-fourth 

St., New York City, N. Y.; grad. College 

of Physicians and Surgeons, New York 

City. 1909; physician. 
l-lopklns, Charles Thomas, 128 Green Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hutchings, William Thomas, 108 Willow St.. 

Minneapolis, Minn.; manager Minneapolis 

branch, Graton & Knight Mfg. Co.. 310 

Third Ave. N 
Lynch, Maurice A., 106 W. Elghty-flrst St., 

New York City, N. Y.; lawyer, 31 Nassau 

St. 
Patch, Ralph Shattuck, Wayne, Pa. 
Ryan, Elmer Ellsworth, Belmont, Mass.; real 

estate 
Spauidlrig, Waiter Virgil, 44 May St.. 

W^orcester. Mass.; purchasing agent, Gra- 
ton & Knight Mfg. Co. 
Taylor, John Adams, Westford. Mass.; grad. 

Amherst College, 1905; Emerson College of 

Oratory, 1909; taught English and oratory 

at Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, 

Pa.; Instructor in public speaking. Miami 

University, Oxford. Ohio. 



1902 

Boyden, Ralph Howard, Foxboro. Mass.; 
salesman, patent leather business, 53 Lin- 
coln St., Boston. 

Browne, Edward Kendall, 472 Washington 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; B. A., Amherst, 
'06; plant engineer, N. Y. Telephone Co.. 
472 Clinton Ave. 

Field, Leonard Dudley, 282 Morton Ave., Al- 
bany, N. Y.; cashier, state treasury de- 
partment. New York. 

Howes, Howard Wlllcub, Harwich. Mass.; 
grad. Amherst College, A. B., 1906. 

Ward, Mark Hopkins, 129 W. Sixty-fourth 
St., New York City. N. Y. 

Ward, William Earl Dodge, care American 
Mission. Harpoot, Turkey. Asia; business 
agent, American Board of Commissioners 
of Foreign Missions. 

Wheeler, Ralph Waldo, 7 Wheeler Ave.. 
Cortland. N. Y.; grad, Amherst College. 
1906; representative. International Corres- 
pondence School. Cory, Pa. 

Wood, George Arthur, Y. M. C. A., Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo.; principal high school. 
Sheffield. Mase.. 1906; instructor In history 
and English, Mohegan Lake school, Mohe- 
gan, N. Y., 1907-08; instructor in history, 
Colorado College, since September. 1908. 



1903 

Aliaben, Max Fenimore, Polo, III.; grad., A. 
B., Amherst. 1907. 

Andrews, Chester Huston, Walpole. Mass.; 
grad. Amherst College. 1907; paper sales- 
man. F. W. Bird & Son, East Walpole. 
Mass. 

Atwood, Felix Ballard, 116 Spring St., Spring- 
field. Mass.; aset. manager, Springfield 
Facing Co. 



Blanchard, Sidney Cutting, 44 Washington 
St., Winchester, Mass.; with Geo. W. 
Blanchard & Co., lumber. 

Cary, George Emerson, 640 Harrison Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

Dickinson, Oliver Andrews, Plattsburg Bar- 
racks. New York.; second lieutenant 5th 
Infantry. 

Edgecomb, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Monte- 
zuma PI., Phoenix, Ariz. 

Pond, Waiter Franklin, 40 Federal St., 
Greenfield, Mass.; real estate. 



1904 

DeForest, John Starr, U. S. Weather Bureau 
Bldg., Key West, Fla.; grad. Amherst Col- 
lege, 1906, B. S.; asst. observer, U. S. 
weather bureau. 

Qoddard, Harold Leroy, Walpole. Mass.; with 
F. W. Bird & Son, .Elast Walpole, Mass. 

Hubbard, Hugh Weils, Ching Tze Hutung, 
Tientsin, China; grad. Amherst College. 
A. B.. 1908; athletic instructor in Imperial 
University and other government schools. 

Moulton, Guy Edwin, 909 W. Genesee St., 
Syracuse. N. Y.; teacher of languages, 
Travis Preparatory School. 

Robinson, Earl Benjamin, Rlverhead, N. Y.; 
grad. Amherst College. 1908; principal 
Nyack high school, 1908; principal high 
school, Rlverhead. 

Warner, Frank Bradford, Sunderland, Mass.; 
grad. Amherst College. A. B., 1908; teach- 
ing science, 142 Carroll St., Paterson, N. J. 

1905 

Brown, Earle Amidor, Franklin, Millers Falls, 
Mass.; with Millers Falls Co. 

Cary, Walter, care Western Reserve, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

DIshow, Hamilton Grinneli, 47 Elm St., Mor- 
rlslown I^ J 

Leonard, Edward DeWitt, 4 Chapln St., Brat- 
tlcboro. Vt. 

Main, Walter Raymond, 323 Main St., West 
Haven, Conn. 

Mecklem, Charles Gates, 10 Winans St., East 
Orange, N. J. 

Melcher, James Bartlett, Amherst, Mass. 

Mowry, David Raymond, Greenfield, Mass.; 
liardware business. 

Sullivan, Frank B., 9 Pembroke St.. Somer- 
ville, Ma8.«». ; traveling salesman, Kelly 
Shoe Co.. 140 Lincoln St., Boston. 

Weliman, Frank Chester, Walpole. Mass.; 
grad. Amherst College, B. A., 1898; In- 
structor in English, Hill School, Pottstown, 
Pa.; English and history, Shadyside Acad- 
emy, Fittsburg, Pa.; now in photo-engrav- 
ing business. 

1906 

Atwood, Alfred Loranus, 465 Washington St., 

Norwood, Ma.«?s. 
Avery, Henry Lawrence, 61 Main St., Charle- 

mont, Mass. 
Beaman, Ralph Heckman, Wachusett House, 

Princeton, Mass. 
Dillon, Augustus, 1007 Garden St., Hoboken, 

N. J.; principal school No. 3; public lec- 
turer. 
Heath, Louis Jay, 10 Groton Road, Cortland, 

N. Y. 
Parks, Jr., Ward Jackson, 38 Devon Road, 

Newton Center, Mass. 
Sullivan, Francis Owen, 63 Clinton Ave., 

Cortland. N. Y. 
Swalley, John Frederick, 219 Eighteenth St., 

Toledo, Ohio. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATEBNITY. 



Taggart, Bert King, 2 Main St., Millers Falls. 

Mass. 
Wiitsle, Raymond Hastings, Cortland. N. T. 



1907 

Bardweil, Arthur Curtis. 65 Main St., Hat- 
field, Mass.; grrower of leaf tobacco. 

Bowen, Carl Kenneth, 11 Forest St.. Bellows 
Falls. Vt. 

Boyer, William Edward, 16 Grand St., Som- 
crHTtrorth I^ "H. 

Bravo, iHylton Logan, 18 Hillsboro St., New- 
ton Center, Mass. 

Corwin, Merton Polydore, 15 Union St., Cort- 
land, N. Y. 

Hatch, Jr., Frank Cornelius, 123 Grant Ave., 
Newton Center, Mass. 

Kernan, Thomas Francis, N. Homer Ave., 
Cortland, N. Y. 

Keyes, John Humphrey, 91 Newbury St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Scantlebury, Paul Fenwlck, 74 Catherine St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Walker, Carl M., 35 Chester St.. SprinKfleld, 
Mass.; asst. chemist, Springfield Gas Light 
Co. 

Whitney, Harold Adelbert, Chenango Forks, 
N. Y. 

1908 

Brown, Jr., Edmund. Norfolk, Conn. 

Clapp, Ellery Carroll, 23 River Road. North- 
ampton, Mass.; B. A., Amherst, 1902; An- 
dover Theological Seminary, S. T. B., 1906; 



asst. chaplain Massachusetts reformatory, 
1903-1905; clergyman. 

Cook, Frank Adelbert, Roseville, Newark, N. 
J.; secretary-treasurer, the Frank Shepard 
Co., 192 W. Broadway, New York City. 

Colby, Cleon Woodward, West Lebanon^ 
N. H. 

Lary, Harold Raymond, cor. high and Saw- 
yer, Wareham, Mass. 

Lewis, Leo Bernard, Hyannis, Mass. 

Ostrander, Henry Sage, 931 Utah Ave., Butte, 
Mont. 

Perkins, Charles Kingman, York Village, 
Me. 

Sawyer, Allen Foster, 406 Ovington Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wordsworth, Watson, Wallingford, Vt. 

1909 

Banfleld, Everett Colby, Austin, Minn. 
Caldwell, Harold Van York, 14 Mt. Pleasant 

St., Winchester, Mass. 
Callahan, Cornelius Henry, 122 Broadway, 

Normrood lilass 
Cushing, Bartiett Ellis, 38 Wareham St., 

Middleboro, Mass. 
Dawson, George Littleton, 50 Ben Lomond 

St., Union town. Pa. 
Oilman, Wesley Alonzo, South Berwick, Me. 
Hamilton, William Galloway, Box 64, Fond 

du Lac, Wis. 
Lyon, Arthur Bates, 452 Warren Ave., Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
Martin, James Gardner, Attica, Ind. 
Maxson, John Stevens, Homer, N. Y. 
St 1 1 well, Lewis Dayton, 1906 W. Oenesee St, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 



RHODE ISLAND ALPHA. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY. 
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

FOUNDED FEBRUARY 28, 1902. CHARTER MEMBERS: EDWABD 
KIMBALL ALDRICH, JR., EDGAR LOUIS ASHLEY, WARREN 
ALMON CLOUGH, GUY BLANDIX COLBURX, STEPHEN HOWARD 
EASTON, FREDERICK HENRY GABBI, EDWARD WIN8L0W 
HOLMES, CHARLES HERBERT HOLT, NATHANIEL ORSON 
HOWARD, JOSEPH WAITE INCE, DUNCAN MARTIN LUTHER 
MoPHAIL, LEON ARNOLD WINSLOW, WALTER EDGAR WOOD- 
BURY, ARTHUR LINCOLN YOUNG. 



1902 

Aldrich, Jr., Edward Kimball, 87 Lloyd Ave., 
Providence, R. I.; lawyer, 1002 Union Trust 
Co. Bldg. 

Ashley, Edgar Louia, 12 Lincoln Ave., Am- 
herst, Mass.; grad. Boston Latin School 
and Brown University, 1903; instructor in 
German, Brown University, 1903-06; in- 
structor German, Bates College, 1907-08; 
Instructor German, Mass. Agricultural Col- 
lesre. 

Atweli, Wills rd Barber. Coos, N. H.; princi- 
pal Grammar and High School, Penacook, 
N. H., 1903-06; superintendent of schools 
since 1906. 

Cloughr Warren Aimon, Groton, Mass.; con- 
struction dept., General Electric Co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Colburn, Guy Blandin, 1022 Parle St., Grin- 
nell. la.: grad. Brown University, A. M. 
1905; Ph. D. Wisconsin, 1908; professor of 
Latin, Iowa College. 

Congdon, Howard Wilbur, 272 Dudley St., 
Providence, R. I.; grad. Brown University, 
A. B. 1906; A. M. 1907; with American 
Bridge Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Easton, Stephen Howard, 172 Cross St., Cen- 
tral f'alls, R. I.; with the Meiklejohn Co.. 
357 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

Forster, Robert, 41 Grand Place, Arlington, 
X. J.; Brown University, B. S. 1903; with 
Xew York Telephone Co., 15 Dey St., New 
York City; engineer. 

French, Qeorge Reuben Williamson, Taunton, 
Mass.; physician. 

GabbI, Frederick Henry. 123 Hamilton St., 
Providence, R. I.; head bookkeeper, Indus- 
trial Trust Co. 

Holmes, Edward WInslow, 661 County St.. 
New Bedford, Mass.; grad. Brown Uni- 
versity. 1903; Boston University Law 
School, 1906; admitted to bar, 1907; lawyer, 
108 Union St. 

Holt, Charles Herbert, 143 Mineral Spring 
Ave., Pawtucket, R. I.; M. D. Harvard 
Medical School, 1906; interne, Salem Hos- 



£ital, Salem. Mass., 1906-07; Fellow Mass. 
[edical Society; physician. 

Howard, Nathaniel Orson, Conimicut, R. I.; 
grad. Brown University, 1903; teacher, 
Providence Technical High School. 

Ince, Joseph Waits, 817 7th St., N., Fargo, 
N. D.; instructor, Agricultural Chemistry, 
N. D. A. C. 

Kettner, Ralph Darling, 76 Mawney St., 
Providence, R. I.; salesman, wholesale 
drugs, r.ox 1363. 

McPhail, Duncan Martin Luther, Sacramento, 
Cal.; grad. Brown University, Ph. B. 1902; 
minister, Calvary Baptist Church. 

Meredith, Waiter Percy, 35 Benefit St.. 
Providence, R. I.; supt of construction. 
S. W. Bowles Co., 314 Madison Ave., New 
York City. 

Overocker, Daniel W 11 lets, 311 Main St., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; grad. Rensselaer 
Poly. Institute, Troy, N. Y, 1907, C. E.; 
civil engineer; engineer, N. Y. State Barge* 
Canal, Barge Canal Office, Albany, N. Y. 

Roberts, William Lewis, R. F. D. 2, Box 49, 
Manchester, N. H.; grad. Brown Univer- 
sity, 1903; teacher, 1903-07; lawyer. 

Smith, Edward Staples, University, Va.; in- 
structor in mathematics. University of 
Virginia. 

Upton, Lloyd Peter, Upton Ranch, Solano, 
N. M. ; grad. Brown University, 1906; dep- 
uty sheriff Moria Co., N. M., 1907; ranch- 
man. 

WInslow, Leon Arnold, 16 Arlington, Maiden, 
Mass.; teacher, Maiden High School. 

Woodbury, Waiter Edgar, 8 Broad St., 
Nashua, N. H.; assistant in philosophy and 
ethics at Brown University, 1906-8. 

Young, Arthur Lincoln, Capron St., Uxbridge, 
Mass.; high school principal. 

1903 

Cheney, George Wilder, 42 Lake St., Nashua, 
N. H.; retail Jewelry, Masonic Temple. 

Hadley, Ralph Vincent, 220 Ash St., Man- 
chester, N. H. 



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56 



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Huntlev, William Francis, 54 N. Main St., 
Providence, R. I.; principal, East Provi- 
dence Grammar School. 

JoneSr Charlea Henry, Wareham, Mass.; 
railroad accountant. 

Phetteplace, Arthur Truman Steere, 127 
Cranston St., Providence, R. I.; lawyer, 
19 College St., Room 10, Providence. 

Rosa, Edwin Vose, Providence, R. I.; ac- 
countant, Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 

Ross, William NIsbet, 14 Rhode Island Ave., 
Providence, R. I.; teacher in English High 
School. 

Sanders. Richard Arthur, 21 Somerset St., 
Providence, R. I.; civil engineer, City Engi- 
neer's Office. 

Wells, Lester Allen, cor. Cranston & Dexter 
Sts., Providence, R. I.; railway P. O. 
clerk. 

1904 

Carret, Francis WIngate, 194 Greene Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Chlpman, Paul Lloyd, Boston, Mass.; sales- 
man, with Walworth ^fg. Co., 134 Federal 
St., Boston. 

Josselyn, Lioyd Wadleigh, 54 Main St., 
Bridgewater, Mass.; civil engineer; 
draughtsman, with Sam S. Grey, Cons. 
Eng., Providence, R. I. 

Ryder, Bertram Francis, Cotuit, Mass. 

Slade, Walter Clifton, 76 Comstock Ave., 
Providence, R. I.; grad. Brown University, 
1907; M. S. 1908; assistant in chemistry. 
Brown University, 1908. 

Tinaley, Ralph Hopkins, 171-175 McCord St., 
West, Montreal, Canada: electrical engi- 
neer, with General Fire Extinguisher Co. 

1905 

Ayer, Thomas Parker, 51 Erie St., Man- 
chester, N. H.; A. B. Brown University, 
1909; assistant librarian. Brown University. 

Baker, Ozlas Chase, Corona, N. M.; ranch 

Fenn, Miner Elliott, Box 95, Hopkinton, 
Mass.; grad. Brown University, 1908; laun- 
dry business. 

Hagerty, Charles Aubrey, 54 Hayward St., 
Providence, R. I.; civil engineer. City Hall. 

Hess, James Milton, 120 Summit Ave., Had- 
donfleld, N. J. 

Wheeler, Joseph Lewis, 69 Capitol St., 
Watertown. Mass.; grad. Brown Univer- 
sity, M. A. 1907; asst. librarian, Public 
Library, Washington, D. C. 

190S 

Collins, Harry Wright, 889 N. Main St., 
Pawtucket, R. I.; teacher of German, Tech- 
nical High School. 

Comstock, Andrew Burroughs, 118 Comstock 
Ave., Providence, R, I. 

Draper, Arthur Daniel, Rochdale, Mass. 

Fowler, Henry Edwin, Wickford, R. I.; 
teacher. 



Freeman, Wlilfam Beifleid, 9 Catalpa Road, 

Providence, R. I. 
Henderson, Waiter Brooks, Brown's Town, 

St. Ann, Jamaica, W. I. 
Kalberg, 8eth Maurice, 39 Dwlght St., New 

Britain, Conn. 
Nash, William Robert, 262 Grand Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wheeler, Harold Leslie, 69 Capitol St., 

Watertown, Mass.; librarian, art dept., 

Prov. Public Library, Providence. 
Wightman, Frank Allen, Warren, R. I. 

1907 

Bingham, Robert Wellington, East Haddam, 
Conn. 

Blood, Perley Frai^cls, Box 322, Hudson, 
New Hampshire. 

Brown, Wendell Stimpson, 129 Wentworth 
Ave., Providence, R. I. 

BufTum, Francis Henry, Swansea, Mass.; 
farmer. 

Chace, Amasa Manton, 14 Clarke St., New- 
port, R. I.; engineer. 

Hinckley, John Edward, Barnstable, Mass. 

Hodgson, John Sprague, Esmond, R. I. 

Montz, John McGIII, Front Royal, Va. 

Wilson, Shirley Atwood, U. S. Naval Acad- 
emy, Annapolis, Md. 

Young, Edwin Burnham, 77 Callender St., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

1908 

Farnsworth, Albert, 33 Hudson Ave., Law- 

rence I^SfSS 
Marsh, 'Henry Glidersieeve, 134 S. Angell St., 

Providence, R. I. 
Nelson, William Jackson, R. F. D. No. 1, 

Prairie Tex 
Parker, Carlton Hall, 258 High St., No. Attle- 

boro, Mass. 
Purdy, Mllledge Moses, Wilton, N. H. 
Slade, Alan Arthur, 798 Highland Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 
Smith, Albert Francis, East Haddam, Conn. 
Smith, Irving Russell, 32 Oakwood Ave., 

Arlington, N. J. 

1909 

Banks, Herbert Clarence, 303 Benefit St., 
Providence, R. I. 

Barry, Dennis Francis, 2 Hope College, 
Providence, R. I. 

Larson, T. M., 27 University Hall, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Robinson, Phil., 19 Caswell Hall, Providence, 
Rhode Island. 

Somers, Charles Raymond, 19 University 
Hall, Providence, R. I. 

Waterman, Walter Lester, Davis St., Mans- 
field. Mass. 

1910 

Phlibrick, Clarence Horace, 106 Lloyd Ave., 
Providence, R. I. 



NEW YORK ALPHA. 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY. 

ITHACA. NEW YORK 

FOUNDED JANUARY, 1869, BY JOSEPH BENSON FOEAKEB, 
JOHN A. BEA AND M. L. BUCHWALTEB. 



1869 

Canfield, Charles Granger, 5605 Broadway, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Clarke, Frank WIgglesworth, 1612 Kiggs 

Place, Washington, D. C; chief chemist. 

U. S. Geological Survey. 
Hanford, George C, Carbondale, III. 
Hudson, Charles Albert, 506 W. Genesee 

St., Syracuse, N. Y.; wholesale grocer, 210- 

218 W. Water St. 
Ingham, KIrkland William, 160 Lincoln Ave., 

Bellevue, Pa.; grad. Cornell University, 

1871, Ph.B.; producer of crude petroleum 

for thirty years. 
Jones, Henry Van L., Dundee, N. Y. 
Owen, James Henry, Chemung, N. Y. 
Taft, Royal, Hawley, Pa. 

1870 

Beecher, Frank A., Society of Savings, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Case, John Daniels, 14 Terrace Ave., Grand 
Rapids, Mich.; secretary, High Furniture 
Co. 

Ferries, Franklin, 5828 Caborne Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo.; Judge, 1898-1904; lawyer. Rlalto 
Bldg. _ , 

Lapham, Edwin N., 9 Ferry St., New York 
City N. Y. 

Lapham, Joseph, 347 W. North, Decatur, 
111.; president. Frank H. Cole Shoe Co., 
148 E. Main St. 

Schurz, Carl, Pocantico Hills, N. Y. 

Townsend, Abram Rappleye, 408 N. Geneva 
St., Ithaca, N. Y.; Cornell University; 
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy; presi- 
dent. Pharmaceutical Association of Iowa, 
1882-3; Eminent Commander. St. Aldemar 
Commandery, Knights Templar, Marshall - 
town, Iowa, 1885-6; Deputy Grand Com- 
mander, Knights Templar. Iowa. 1885-6; 
president. Mexican Investment Co. 

1871 

Brown, Goodwin M., 19-' Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y. __ ^^ ^ 

Frankenhelmer, John, New York City, N. Y.; 
lawyer, 25 Broad St. 

Rosenblatt, Leo Gottlieb, 215 W. 101st St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer, 52 William 

St. 
Wright, John C Mifflintown, Pa. 



1876 

Thistlewaite, Charles J., Macedon. N. Y. 

1884 

Burnett, Archie Collamore, 133 Waban 
Ave.. Waban, Mass.; lawyer, 7 Water St., 
Boston. 

Weeks, George Rufus, 3040 Fulton St., Ber- 
keley, Cal.; secretary, Wllliam«-Marvin 
Co., San Francisco. 

1885 

BIckfield, Chauncey H., Adams, N. Y. 

Bliss, Russell Joseph, 602 W. 146th St., New 

York City, N. Y.; lawyer. 176 Broadway. 
Chappel, Fred M., Port Byron, N. Y. 
Flint, Rufus, Jinotepe, Nicaragua, Central 

America. 
Gray, William Emory, Wllliamsport, Pa. 
Hampton, Willis H., Canaseraga. N. Y. 
Heath, Harry Ed., 71 Church St., Hartford, 

Conn. 
Higglns, George C, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Linthicum, Cadwaliader, 31-3 Broadway, New 

York City. N. Y. 
Merritt, Ernest, 39 ICast Ave., Ithaca, N. Y.; 

M. E., Cornell University, 1886; graduate 

Kcudent and instructor, i<<89-92; assistant 

I-rofessor. 1892-1903; professor of physics 

since 1903, Cornell University. 
Norton, Wadsworth W., 440 S. Seventh, E., 

Salt Lake City, I'tah; superintendent, Am. 

Sm. & Ref. Co., Murray, Utah. 
Ryan, Harris Joseph, Stanford ITnlversity, 

Cal.; professor of electrical engineering. 
Ryder, Stephen, Carmel. N. Y. 
Shanahan, Ed J., 99 University Block, Syra- 

cuse N. Y. 
Shepart, Frederic Harry, 308 Nicollet Ave., 

Minneapolis, Minn.; with Shepard Bros. 

Emerson Shoe Store. 
Smith, Wlibur Hazelton, 38 T^awrence Place, 

Buffalo, N. Y.; grad. Cornell University, 

A. B.. 1885; principal High School, 1885-95; 

author, publisher and editor, 117-119 Sen- 
eca St. 
Squire, Wallace Carlton, Stanley. N. Y.; 

farmer, stock and fruit grower. 
Taylor, John W., Corinth, Miss. 
Wheeler, Metellus C. W., 116 Roanoke Ave., 

Peoria, 111.: real estate & loans, Wheeler 

Bros., 105 S. Jefferson St. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1886 

Loeser, Nathan, 201-7 Society of Savinsrs, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
McMahon, James, 7 Central Ave., Ithaca, 

N. Y.; A. B., University of Dublin, 1881; 

A. M.. 1890; professor of mathematics, Cor- 



nell Unlv 



190; pro 
r'ersity. 



1887 



Beat, Reynolds, 318 W. 57th St., New York 

City. N. Y.; artist. 
Bentley, Elwyn B., Springfield, Mo. 
Bentley, F. C., Springfield, Mo.j banking. 
BIssell, Fred O., 110 Pearl St., Buffalo. N. Y.; 

lawyer. 
Healy, Louis Natres, E. Liverpool, Ohio. 
Holmes, Theodore S., 208 6th Ave., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Hulbert, Edwin* H.*, 310 E. Buffalo St., Ithaca, 

N. Y. 

Mitchell, Harry B., 85 Lexington Ave., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Tone, Frank Jerome, 328 Buffalo Ave., Nia- 
gara Falls. N. Y.; works manager. The 
Cjirborundum Company. 

1888 

Carpenter, Henry Gay, 502 E. Seneca St., 
Itnaca, N. Y.; book and stationery mer- 
chant. 

Duesnap, Samuel B., 123 E. 34th St.. New 
York Cily, N. Y. 

Hull, Howard WInsor, 814 Columbia St., 
Scranton, Pa.; grocer, 1440 Capouse Ave. 

May, Edwin A., 117 N. Kenlhvorth, Oak Park, 
111. 

Price, Robert E., 240 Sibley St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

1889 

Ames, Frank L., The Dustaii, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Symonds, George Parker, 58 W. 45th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; engineer. 95 Lib- 
erty St. 

1890 

Davenport, Ward Palmer, 48 Church St., 

Plymouth, Pa.; supt,, Plymouth Water Co., 

110 W. Main St. 
French, Harry L., Plymouth, Pa. 
Horton, Frank C, 254 E. Broadway, Winona, 

Minn. 
McGonigal, Ethel M., Lyons. N. Y. 
Mendennall, Samuel, Bozeman, Mont. 
Rowland, Jr., John T., Commercial Trust 

Co. Bldg., Jersey City, N. J. 
Shringer, Harwood Henry, Chicago, 111. 
Thomas, Jr., James M., P. O. Box 272, 

Roanoke, Va. 

1891 

Foraker, Burch, 15 Dey St., New York City, 
N. Y. 

Haynes, Frederick J., 180Vi Holland St., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Norton, Alfred B., E^sist Helena, Mont.; en- 
gineer. Am. Sm. & Ref. Co. 

Sperry, Julius C, 49 Wall St., New York 
City, N. Y. 

1892 

Fish. William Sampson, 107 12th St.. Racine, 
Wis.; secy, and treas. Root River Lumber 
Co. 

Ham, William Hale, 874 Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y. 



Reeder, Nathaniel Sutherland, Jr., 225 Sher- 
brooke St., W., Montreal, P. Q., Canada; 
general manager, Canada Car Company. 

Story, Jr., William, Ouray, Colo.; lawyer. 

Warren, Wesley W., 221 S. Washington St.. 
Butte, Mont. 

1893 

Bowen, John Reed, Chicago, 111. 

Bradshaw, Peter E., Superior. Wis. 

Hagar, Edward McKIm, 10 Astor St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; president. Universal Portland 
Cement Co., 115 Adams St. 

Hutchinson, Norman, Washington, D. C, 
secy, of legation at Santiago. Chile; 
Caracas, Venezuela; Stockholm, Sweden; 
Bucharest, Belgrade and Sofia. In the Bal- 
kans; Diplomat, 1st Secy, of Legation. 
State Dept. 

1894 

Brewster, Henry Baum, 161 Holland St., 
Syrjicuse, N. Y.; contracting engineer. 

Fox, Rovai E., 100 Broadway, New York 
City. N. Y. 

Guyer, Harry William, Sunbury, Pa.; real 
estate agent and hotel proprietor. 

Hamilton, Gordon C., 458 E. 33rd St., Chi- 
cago, III. 

Haupt, Edgar M., 1361 Madison Ave., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Rice, Jr., Charles Edmund, 8 E. 45th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Starr, George Edwin, St. Francis Hotel, 
San Francisco, Cal.; president, Starr Es- 
tate Company. 

Taylor, Frederick L., 28 E. 5th St.. Plaln- 
fleld, N. J. 

1895 

Eurich, Jr., Frank, Summit Ave.. Hacken- 

sack. N. J.; A. B., Cornell University, 1899; 

M. A., 1900; architect, 15 Exchange Place, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Servis, John H., New York City, N. Y.; with 

Frayer-Smlth -White & Seaman, 141 

Broadway. 

1896 

Farreil, Albert T., 411 Welk Ave., Escanaba, 

Mich. 
FIsk, Jr., Joseph Baker, 853 Virginia St.. 

Toledo, Ohio; mgr., The Fisk Electric Co., 

326 Etle St. 
Mitchell, John H., 1480-84 Van Buren St.. 

Chicago, 111. 
Rogers, George Peabody, 707 Washington 

St., Michigan City, Ind.; vice-pres. 1st 

National Bank; with Haskell & Barker Car 

Co. 
Taylor, Earl William, 343 Hartford Road, 

South Orange, N. J.; banker & broker, 25 

Broad St., New York City. 

1897 

Adams, Thomas E., 129 W. 8oth St., New 
York City. N. Y. 

Bradley, Herbert C, 101 Walnut St.. Mont- 
clalr, N. J. 

Davis, Harry L., Box 511, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Joyce, Wiiiram J., 1185 E. Broad St.. Co- 
lumbus, Ohio.; vice-pres. Green-Joyce 
Company. 

Hail. Frederic Francis^ 25 Hillside Court. 
Berkeley. Cal.; consulting engineer, with 
Barker. Little & Hall, San Francisco. 

Marvel, Thomas S., Newburg. N. Y. 

Pate, Walter L., 432 Grand Ave.. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY. 



59 



Ray, Fred iDonald, Hotel Albert. New York 
City, N. Y.; «ecy. and treas. of AIt>ert 
Hotel ComiMiny. 

Vail, George Trueedell, 624 Waahinirtoii St., 
Michigan City, Ind.; secy, and treas. Mich- 
igan City Trust & Savings Co. 

Woodhuli, Gilbert B., 518 Hamilton Ave.. 
•Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Youmans, Frederick W., Delhi. N. Y. 



1898 

Ayers, Augustine Ridenour, 502 Lexington 
Ave., Elkhart, Ind.; with L S. & M. S. Ry. 

Chapman, Harold Winchester. 597 5th St., 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; with The Rail Joint Co., 
29 W. 34th St., New York City. 

Gilbert, John P., 77 Waring Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

Kelly, William Duncan, 305 Academy St., 
Jersey City, N. Y.; lawyer. 1 Montgomery 
St. 

Reltzell, William R., Clear Spring. Md. 

Rogers, Harvey Grlflln, 701 Washington St., 
Michigan City, Ind.; with Frederic H. 
Bumham Company. 

Trautschold, Reginald, 90 Upper Mountain 
Ave., Montclair, N. J.; president. Inter- 
continental Engineering Co., 126 Liberty 
St. New York City. 

Wood, Alfred Thomas, cor. Jackeon & 3rd 
Sts., Defiance, Ohio; secy, and gen. mgr., 
National Wagon Co. 



1899 

Batchelar, Eugene C, Pittsburg, Pa.; 1124 

Farmers Bank Bldg. 
Brown, Charles B., 842 Broadway, New York 

City, N. Y. 
Bruere, Henry S., 32 E. 23rd St., New York 

City, N. Y. 
Colborn, Harry Carney, Colborn Flats, Mass. 

Ave. and Michigan St., Indianapolis, Ind.; 

president, Tipton Lumber Co., Tipton, 

Ind.; Cicero Lumber Co.; Arcadia Lumber 

Co.; Wanatah Lumber Co. 
Colton, Laland A., Skanea teles, N. Y. 
Crossette, Murray F., Station Brigada Gold 

Co., Temaschic Estate, de Chihua. Mexico. 
HalUhu, William Augustus, 512 E. King St., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Lawson, William P., 7 Oxford St., Montclair, 

N. J. 
Pitcairn, Robert, Hampton Arms Apartment, 

Denver. Colo. 
Sperry, Beardsley N., Englewood, N. J. 
Ward, Henry J., 616 N. Jefferson St., Peoria, 

111. 
Ward, William James, Gold Beach. Oregon; 

forester. Brookings Lumber & Box Co. 



1900 

Hayes, Joseph J., St. Louis, Mo., with J. 
M. Hayes Woolen Co. 

Heist, Lee Harrar, 5109 Knox St., German- 
town, Pa.; with Blaisdell Paper Pencil 
Co. 

Howe, George, North Salem, N. Y. 

Plel, Alfred L., 1727 N. Illinois St, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; with Piel Bros. Starch Co., 
State Life Bldg. 

Piel, Elmer William, Indianapolis. Ind.; with 
Piel Bros. Starch Co., State Life Bldg. 

Root, Richard Weir Gardiner, Lock Box 215. 
Hinsdale, 111.; trans, to 111. Beta; civil en- 
gineer; with IT. S. Gypsum Co., 200 Monroe 
St., Chicago, 111. 



1901 

Atwood, William B.; address unkown. 

Brinkerhoff, Albert David, Waco, Texas; 
grad. Cornell University, 1905; electrical 
engineer, Waco Gas Co. and Citizens Rail- 
way. 

Clark, Harry Josiah, 207H E. Kennedy. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; asst. to president, A. & S. E. 
R. R. Co. 

Close, Henry Brevoort, 44 W. 44th St., New 
York City. N. Y.; with Blanchlte Paint Co., 
139 Charles St. 

Downey, Joseph Robert, 1254 Josephine St., 
Denver. Colo.; salesman. Underwood Type- 
writer Company. 1622 Welton St. 

Good, Clinton Edward, 1162 N. 6th St., 
Springfield. 111.; broker, 207^ S. 6th St. 

Kuhn, Alfred G., Jefferson Ave.. Peoria, 111. 

Mason, Jr., Charles W., Fort Duchesne, 
I^ah. 

Masters, Frank W., 1648 Dupaseat St. New 
Orleans, I^. 

Page, Edwin, 565 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Seymour, Charles Mason, Seattle, Wash.; 
with IJnk Belt Company, 439 New York 
Block. 

1902 

Chapman, George Mills, 937 Hinman Ave., 
K\'anston, III.; trans, to 111. Beta; factory 
manager. Chapman & Smith Company, 
280 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 

Fowler, Royale Hamilton, 302 Washington 
Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y.; physician, 301 De- 
Kalb Ave. 

Harmon, William R., 312 S. 10th St., Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

McDougal, Eric W., 106 Clermont Ave., 
Montclair. N. J. 

Williams. Albert B., 855 Carroll St.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

1903 

dinger, Jr., Daniel, 617 N. Front St., Mil- 
ton, Pa.; grad. Cornell University, 1905; 
liardware and lumber business. 

Hackstafr, Frederick William, 910 Prospect 
Place. Brooklyn, N. Y.; M. E. Manager, 65 
Wall St., New York City. 

Hubbell, Reed H., 401 Brewster St., Sag- 
inaw, Mich. 

Humphries, Frederick A., Lanes Mills, Pa. 

Jones, Harold D., 256 Western Promenade, 
Portland. Me. 

Kent, Arthur Webster, 224 Harvard Ave., 
Swarthmore, Pa.; secy, and treas. J. S. 
Kent Co., 316 Harrison Bldg., Philadelphia. 
Pa. 

Wood, Charles M., 346 Market St.. Cham- 
bersburg. Pa. 

1904 

Bonsfleld, Harold W., 1493 Pacific St., Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 

Brown, Harold W., 62 Kensington Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 

Fessenden, Dewitt H., 226 W. 78th St., New 
York City. N. Y. 

Gibson, Edwin Thomas, 1000 Sterling Place. 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; lawyer, 49 Wall St., New 
York City. 

Minton, Ogden, 186 Washington Park, Brook- 
lyn, N. I.; engineer, American Diatomlte 
Co., Eustls, Fla. 

Mosher, George Frederic, 3612 Locust St., 
Kansas City, Mo.; secy.. Few Acres Co., 
No. 9 Scarritt Arcade. 

Pierce, William E., Boston, Mass.; carriages, 
66 Stanhope St. 



60 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERMTY. 



Ploliet, Victor Em lie, 704 6th Ave., Spokane, 

Wash.; real estate, with L. Bean Co., Lin- 

delle Block. 
Reyneli, Carleton, 265 W. 81st St., New York 

city, N. Y. 
Sloan/ Augustus Keiiogg, 275 Washington 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; wireless telegraph 

engineer. 
Townsend, Russel E., 408 N. Geneva St., 

Ithaca, N. Y. 
Tripp, Donald Hatfield, North Vernon, Ind.; 

traveling director, care San Jose Lumber 

Co., Apartado 25, ManzaniUo. Colima. Mex. 
Wiliiamson, John Kennedy, Bethel, Conn.; 

euperlntendent of construction, Turner 

Construction Co., 11 Broadway, New York 

City. 

1905 

Aitkin, Jr., John W., 227 Riverside Drive, 

New York City, N. Y. 
Kelly, John Francis, Jr., 305 Academy St., 

Jersey City, N. J.; real estate, 770 Bergen 

Ave. 
Price, Daniel Bertsch, W. Diamond Ave., 

Hazleton, Pa.; wholesale lumber and hay. 
Reed, George A., 2209 Delancy Place, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Roessel, Louis C. H.. 319 Lafayette Ave., 

BrookljTi, N. Y.; draftsman, Evans Al- 

mlrnll & Co., 281 Water St., New York 

City. 
Wetherlll, John Larkin, 14th & Potter St., 

Chester, Pa.; with Root. Wetherill & Co., 

Inc. 

1906 

Holmes, Charles Samuel, 188 Park St., Mont- 

clair N J. 
Merriss, Marlon Hawthorne, 346 Stuyvesant 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
i^organ, John Hefrlch, 99 Sipp Ave., Jersey 

City, N. J.; electrician, P. R. R. 
Sanger, Jr., Frank i^oderno, 7 East Wall 

St., Nor walk. Conn. 
Schuyler, Hender Hudson Clarke, Webster 

Grove. Mo. 

1907 

d'Autremont, Charles Maurice, 1401 E. 1st 
St., Duluth, Minn.; trans, to Minn. Beta. 

d'Autremont, Hubert Hart, 1401 E. 1st St, 
Duluth, Minn. 

Ayers, James Monroe, 246 W. 129th St.. New 
York City, N. Y. 



Brunn, E. P., 430 Grand Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Crassw'eiier, Frank Halifax, 4701 Cooke St., 
Duluth. Minn. 

Duclos, Ameas, Dawson City, Canada. 

Holmes, Arthur Brautlgan, 188 Park St., 
Montclair, N. J. 

Kaup, William J., 181 Stuben St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Shuart, HarbW Hoyt, 215 Champion St., Bat- 
tle Creek. Mich.; sporting editor, Battle 
Creek Daily Journal. 

1908 

Bosley, Maurice Edward, 511 N. State St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Bowman, Charles L«wl8, 104 Franklin Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Clark, Charles Paul, Wellsville. N. Y. 

Cox, Harry Wallace, New Lebanon, N. Y. 

Crulckshank, William Henry, Big Indian, 
N. Y. 

Lang, William Joseph, Dallas, Texas. 

McHugh, Earle Henderson, 459 Forest Ave., 
Oak Park, 111.; salesman, Sprague, War- 
ner & Co., Chicago. 

Mumford, Barry, Pittsfleld, 111. 

Ridgely, Jr., Charles, 104 Hunter Ave., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Schmid, Ralph Havliand, 238 Decatur St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sessions, Clarence Nathaniel, Muskegon, 
Mich. 

Trego, Albert C, Hackensack, N. J. 

Wupperman, Frank Phillip, Briarcliffe 
Manor, N. Y. 

1909 

Belher, Edwin S., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Blair, John S., 27 Ashland Ave., East Orange, 

N. J. 
Burger, Carl Victor, Maryville. Tenn. 
Hanks, Clinton T., Trenton, N. J 
Lyie, Jr., Alexander, 1043 Madison Ave., 

New York City, N. Y. 
Maynard, Raymond M., Oak Park, HI. 
Meyer, Jr., Theodore V., Waterbury, Conn. 
Pettit, Jr., Franklin, 340 W. 88th St., New 

York City. 
Ross, James D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Scarrett, WInthrop T., 44 Munn Ave., East 

Orange, N. J. 
Stanwood, Henry C, Evanston. 111. 
Wallace, Dudley Walker, 239 Claremont 

Ave., Montclair, N. J. 



NEW YORK BETA. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

lOl'NDED APRIL 18, 1884, BY A. E. BRIGDEN, A. BROADWAY, 
a. B. DEUEL, H. D. WADSWORTH, G. E. ELU8, J. G. JONES, 
E. WISEMAN, J. G. CLEVELAND, W. L. HARRIS, A. C. HOWE, 
C. A. LON ERGON, E. G. ELDREDGE ANDG. V. SACKETT. 



1884 

Bali, Leon Cyrus, 18 Paddock St., Water- 
town, N. Y.; manufacturing caskets. 
Bartholomew, Alanson Douglaas, Whitehall, 
N. Y.; Ph.B., Syracuse, 1886; LL.B.. Cor- 
nell, 1888; 2nd Lieut. 2nd Regr-. N. Y. Vol. 
Inf. Spanish War; 2 terms, justice of the 
peace and police Justice; transfer tax atty. 
for Washingrton County, N. Y. 
Brigden, Arthur Eugene, Attica, N. Y.; min- 
ister, Presbyterian Church. 
Broadway, Augustine, Geneva, N. Y.; min- 
ister. 
Deuel, George Byron, 303 Erie. Fulton. N. Y.r 
teacher mathematics, Williamsport Dickin- 
son Seminary, 1884-85; Bellevue Collegiate 
Institute. Caledonia, Mo., 1885-88; North- 
western University & TiUotson Institute, 
Austin, Texas. 1888-91; Maine Wesleyan 
Seminary & Female College, 1893-96; paint- 
ing contractor since 1896. 
Ellis, George E., 156 S. Div. St., Grand 

Rapids, Mich.; mayor of Grand Rapids. 
Hagaman, Charles Abram, 971 Madison Ave., 

Albany N. Y 
Harris, Wllilam Lafayette, 771 Bird Ave.. 
Buffalo, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
1886; principal at Port Byron, N. Y.; prin- 
cipal at Deposit, N. Y.; teacher of math- 
ematics. Central High School. 
Holswarth, Franklin James, 911 Walnut 
Ave., Syracuse. N. Y.; instructor in Ger- 
manics, 1889-91; studied in Leipslc, Jena 
and Heidelberg; professor of Germanics, 
Syracuse University since 1891. 
Howe, Arthur Cyrus; address unknown. 
Lonergon, Clarence Adelbert, Arcade, N. Y.; 

asst. supt.. Oak Knitting Co., Mill No. 2. 
Schnauber, Frank Justus, 123 Ruskin Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Univer- 
sity, 1888; topograph draughtsman. Syra- 
cuse Water Commission, 1888-89; city en- 
gineer, Syracuse; civil engineer. 516 Kirk 
Bldg. 
Van Sackett, Gary, Geneva, N. Y. 
Wadsworth, Harley Dayton, 217 May Ave., 

Syracuse. N. Y.; minister. 
Wiseman, Eugene, 669 5th Ave., Troy. N. Y.; 
clergryman, Methodist Episcopal Church; 
district superintendent, Troy District, 
Troy Conference. 



1886 

Bartholomew, Elmer Jefferson, 161 State St., 

Chicago, 111.; osteopathic physician and 

oculist. 
Brooks, Wllilam Mair, Navy Yard, New 

York City. 
Burritt, Frederick Newell, Weedsport. N. Y.; 

manufacturing. 
Jewell, Charles Jerome, Fayettevllle, N. Y.; 

dentist. 
Out, George Byron, 118 Sabine St., Syracuse, 

N. Y.; foreman. Smith Premier Typewriter 

Co. 
Peckham, Newton R., Georgetown, N. Y.; 

la w ver 
Piper, Peter Frederick, 851 Richmond Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y.; teacher. 
Walrath, Martin Henry, Troy, N. Y.; teacher 

In Troy High School. 
Wright, Gordon Almond, 309 Marshall St., 

Syracuse. N. Y.; architect, 635 Onon. Co. 

Bank Bldg. 

1886 

Barnard, James Lynn, 108 E. Greenwood 
Ave.. Lansdowne, Pa.; Ph.D.. University 
of Pennsylvania; prof, history and po- 
litical science, Ursinus College; prof, his- 
tory and government, Philadelphia School 
of Pedagogy. 

Burllngame, Menzo, Worcester, N. Y.; prin- 
cipal High School. 

Farrington, Frank James; address unknown; 
law^ver 

Edwards', William Henry, Eagle Mills, N. Y.; 
clergyman. 

Schmidt, William George Washington, Lake 
Forest, 111.; grad. Syracuse University, 
1888; master German & French, Lake For- 
est Academy, 1888-90: Instructor North- 
western University, 1890-93; professor of 
German In Lake Forest College since 
1894. _. ^ ^, ^ 

Statham, George Kelser, Fort Plain, N. Y.; 
minister. 

1887 

Husted, Frank Stannard, 2100 Oak St., Chat- 
tanooga. Tenn.; consulting engineer, Ft. 
Oglethorpe, Ga. 



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MIrteens, Olin Colt, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Paddock, Frank Arthur, Rochester, N. Y. 

1888 

Bail, Charles Hubbard, Buffalo, N. Y.: trans, 
to N. Y. Alpha. 

Chester, Carey Roscoe, 100 Boylston St., 
Boston. Mass.; dentist. 

Danziger, Jr., Henry, 119 College Place, 
Syracuse. N. Y.; lawyer. Union BIdg. 

Gray, Cecil Vauahn, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Gray, George Washington, Blast Springfield, 
N. Y. 

Lewis, William Dodge, 506 University Place, 
Syracuse, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse ITniver- 
sity. 1892, A. B.; taught English. Epworth 
Seminary, 1892-4; principal Whitesboro 
T^nion School, 1894-5; principal grammar 
school. Syracuse, 1895-1903; head dept. of 
Kng.. Syracuse High School. 1903-8; prin- 
cipal North High School. 

Pratt, Wesley Amos, Healey, Kans.; min- 
ister. 

Sherwin, Fred Webster, 519 W. 123rd St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; architect, with 
Board of Water Supply. 299 Broadway. 

1889 

Comfort, Frederic Price, Empire Hotel, 
Syracuse. N. Y.; member firm of "The 
Comfort-Sawyer Company." 

Comfort, Ralph Manning, 630 Atlantic Ave.. 
Boston. Mass.; architect. 

Hartel. William, 859 Richmond Ave.. Buffalo. 
N. Y.; instructor, I^fayette High School. 

HIne, Joslah Brainard, East Onondaga, N. 
Y * real estate 

Kirkland, Frank Wheat, 1007 N. George St.. 
Rome, N. Y.; architect. 103 W. Dominick 
St. 

Plnnty, Samuel Norton, AuSable Forks, N. 
Y.; grad. Syracuse I^nlverslty, 1894; foun- 
der of the Classical Preparatory School 
In S>Tacuse; principal AuSable Forks High 
School. 

Stevens, Frank Lincoln, W. Raleigh, N. C; 
professor of botany and vegetable pathol- 
ogy, and biologist of the Agricultural Ebc- 
periment Station. 

Wheatley, William Alonzo, No. 2 Sherman 
Ave.. Fairfield, Conn.; grad. Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 1894, A. B.; A. M.. 1897; super- 
intendent of schools, Fairneld. Conn. 

1890 

Brewer, James Lewis, 4 L.inwood Place, 
Rochester, N. Y.; journalist; lawyer. 

Hotaling, Albert Steuben, 801 E. Genesee 
St., Sj'racuse, N. Y.; physician: associate 
professor obstetrics, Syracuse University. 

Lockard, Lorenzo Bruce, 1450 Marion St.. 
Denver, Colo.; M. D., University of Penn- 
sylvania. 1894; nose & throat surgeon, 
1427 Stout St. 

Miller, Burr Churchill; address unknown; 
lawyer. 

Morgan, Henry Louis, 413 Howard St.. Syra- 
cuse. N. Y.; insurance. University Block. 

Parish, Smith, Portvilie. N. Y.; hardware. 

Salsbury, Arthur Goodrich, 1069 W. 37th St., 
Los Angeles. Cal.; banker. 

Whittle, Lleber Everett, 311 Almond St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Univer- 
sity. Ph.B., 1895; law college, LUB., 1897; 
lawyer. 

1891 

Backus, Louis Irving; address unknown; 
minister. 



Benedict, Harry L., 512 James St.. Syracuse, 
N. Y.; with H. H. Benedict Mfg. Plant. 

Boschert, George Eldred, 110 Merriman 
Ave.. Syracuse, N. Y.; with Boomer & 
Bbschert Press Co. 

Lankton, Louis Stone, 30 St. Andrews Place. 
Yonkers. N. Y.; physician. 

Paddock, Frank Ellsworth, 421 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia. Pa.; civil engineer. 

Peck, Charles Luther, 507 Franklin St.. 
Watertown. N. Y.; grad. Cortland State 
Normal School. 1890; principal of school 
at Locke. N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Univer- 
sity, 1895. A. B.: member of Northern New 
York Conference; pastor Asbury Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Revels, Frederick William, 602 Ostrom Ave.. 
Syracuse. N. Y.; architect; professor, Dept. 
of Architecture. Syracuse ITniversity. 

Stickle, Fred Knight, Weedsport, N. Y. 

Woese, Fred William, 40 Lancaster St.. Al- 
bany, N/ Y.; newspaper work. 

1892 

Chaffee, Ralph W., 1626 W. Gene.see St.. 
Syracuse. N. Y.; physician. 

Eltinge, Arthur VanWagenen, 411 Catherine 
St., Syracuse, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1894, M. B.; teacher of music. 

Gere, James Beiden. 187 W. 87th St., New 
York City. 

Herrick, Charles Mynderse, 99 Main St., 
Waterloo. N. Y.; pastor, Presbyterian 
Church. 

Skeele, Otis Chapin, 1400 Clinton Ave.. New 
York City, N. Y.; teacher. 

Smaitwood, William Martin, 611 Euclid Ave., 
Syi'acuse, N. Y.; professor of biology & 
geology. Allegheny College. 1900-01; Ph.D.. 
Harvard, 1902; professor comparative anat- 
omy. Syracuse University. 

1893 

Brown, Burten Wellington; address un* 
known. 

Church, John W., 408 Second North St.. 
Syracuse. N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Univer- 
sity. 1896: law school, 1898; instructor in 
law school, Syracuse University; member 
Board of Education, Syracuse; lawyer. 622 
X'niversity Block. 

Farmer, Harry Halle, 854 Ackerman Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; lawyer. 

Irie, George LIngoro; address unknown. 

Jewell, Ross, 511 Crouse Ave., Syracuse. 
N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, Ph.B., 
1897; Ph.D.. X'niv. of Pennsylvania, 1908; 
Instructor in German, Yale. 1907; instruc- 
tor in English. Syracu.se University. 

Kinsey, John Hart, Lima. N. Y.; teacher. 

Oimstead, Charles Martin, 1643 Monsey Ave., 
Scninton. Pa.: grad. Illinois Wesleyan. 
A. M., 1901; Ph.D.. 1903; minister Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church; pastor of Asbury. 

Richardson, KIrke Fuller, Savannah. N. Y.; 
business mgr.. Auburn District Methodist. 
1909; pastor Methodist Episcopal Church. 

1894 

Atwater, John Clarence, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Benjamin, Gilbert GIddlngs, care College of 
the City of New York. New York City. 
N. Y.; grad. Syracuse ITniversity. 1899; 
A. M., Yale, 1904; Ph.D.. Yale, 1907; fellow 
and assistant In history. Yale; Instructor 
In history, College of the City of New 
Y^ork. 

Havliand, Clarence Floyd, Ward's Island. 
New York City, N. Y.; assistant. Depart- 
ment Neurology and Psychiatry. Vander- 



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63 



bilt Clinic; assistant physician, Manhattan 
State Hospital. 

Krausr Edward Henry, 818 Oakland Ave., 
Ann Arbor. Mich.; grrad. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, B. S., 1896; M. S., 1897; Ph.D., 
T^nlversity of Munich, 1901; instructor in 
German and Mineralo^, Syracuse, 1896-9; 
1901-2; associate of mineralogy, ibid.. 
1902; head of science dept., Syracuse High 
School, 1902-4; professor of mineralogy 
and petrography, director of the miner- 
alogical laboratory, and secretary of the 
summer session. University of Michigan. 

Lester, 4«y Durwood, Ramsey, N. J.; teacher. 

Noble, Guy L., Rome, N. T. 

Stranahan, J. Orley, 209 N. Washington St, 
Rome, N. Y.; physician. 

Vabbard, Harry Leonard, 824 E. Genesee St., 
Syracuse. N. Y.; professor piano and organ, 
Syracuse University. 

Vlckery, Charles Rowe, Middlefleld, N. Y.; 
minister. 

1896 

BIcicford, Ralph Watson, 60 Beech. Rockland, 

Maine; dentist. 
Dann, Charles Arthur, Croton -on -Hudson, 

N. Y. ; Methodist clergyman. 
Dann, Harvey M., 60 New St., East Orange, 

N. J.; grad. Syracuse University, 1898; 

teacher. Newark High School. 
Heifer, Phlletus Martin, OwascQ & Third 

Ave., Auburn. N. Y,; school superintendent. 

Auburn Prison. 
Hydon, William Merrill, Sandy Creek, N. Y.; 

grad. Syracuse University, 1900; Drew 

Theological Seminary; clergyman. 
Lowther, Hugh Sears, 470 W. 146th St., New 

York City, N. Y.; teacher. College City 

of New York. 
Latham, Joseph Claude, 23 W. Main St., 

Canisteo, N. Y.; director First State Bank; 

owner and editor. The Times. 
Martin, Edward Arthur, 283 College Ave., 

Kingston, Pa.; financial secretary, Wy- 
oming Seminary. 
Morris, Marshall Emory, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Niver, Roy Wallace, Kane, Pa.; architect. 
Pierce, Payson Edward, 58 E. Housatonic 

St.. Pittsfleld, Mass.; clergyman. 
Telfer, Jr., Andrew James, 608 Walnut 

Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.; manager. Syracuse 

Tube Works. 
Templeton, Richard Harkness, 466 West 

Ferry, Buffalo, N. Y.; lawyer, 909-10 D. S. 

Morgan Bldg. 
West, Charles Elmer, Portland, Me.; with 

F'ortland Gas & Electric Light Co. 

1896 

Benjamin, Robert Earie, 1721 South Salina, 
Syracuse, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
1900; general Insurance & investments, 
616 Dillaye Bldg. 

Green, Edward Augustus, Haverford, Pa.; 
grad. Syracuse university, A. B.. 1900; 
Williamsport High School, Science Dept., 
1900-02; science master in Haverford 
School since 1902. 

Harvie, William James, 736 Ackernian Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; chief engineer, Electric 
Railway. Utlca and Syracuse. 

Heller, William Leonard, i:^ncaster. N. Y.; 
merchant. 

Hollenbeck, Albert Henry, Marathon, N. Y. 

Kelley, Daniel James, Rome, N. Y.; super- 
intendent of schools, Rome. 

Montgomery, William H., Willard, N. Y.; 
assistant physician, Utica State Hospital; 
Craig Colony for epilepticB; since 1903 
assistant physician. Willard State Hos- 
pital. 



8mallwood, W. Thornton, 7808 Union Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; teacher, Morgan Park High 
School. 

Soper, Merritt A., Ulster, Pa.; minister. 

Stacy, Harry Marvin, 131 E. 4th St., Os- 
wego, N. Y.; County Court stenographer, 
1904-09; grand jury stenographer since 
1904; Municipal Civil Service Commis- 
sioner since 1906; lawyer, 223 W. 1st St., 
Oswego, N. Y. 

Wood, George Clayton, 798 Lincoln Place, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
1900; principal Jefferson Grammar School, 
Uttle Falls, N. Y., 1900-02; instructor in 
biology. Boys' High School, and acting 
principal Boys* High School Annex. 



1897 

Bauer, John Leopold, 984 Bushwick Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; physician. 

Boyce, Robert Stevens; address unknown. 

Burr, Charles Howard, 68 Waller Ave., 
White Plains, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 1901; teacher. White Plains High 
School. 1901-07; general secretary. Y. M. 
C. A., Y. M. C. A. Bldg., since 1907. 

Coon, Albert Colt, Oswego, N. Y.; lawyer. 

Walte, Jr., Richard Alfred, 1302 Madison St., 
SjTacuse, N. Y.; international secretary, 
Y. M. C. A., 124 E. 28th St., New York 
City. 

. 1898 

Baker, Lester Salisbury, 100 Pleasant Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; • insurance, Rosenbloom 
Bldg. 

Chapman, Ross McCIure, State Hospital, 
T'tlca. N. Y.; physician. 

Cook, Gordon, 107 Broadway, Youngstown, 
Ohio; lawyer, 614 Dollar Bank Bldg. 

Dann, Matthew Lincoln, Chester, N. Y.; 
principal Chester High School. 

Haugh, Jr., Thomas, Rochester, N. Y. 

Jennlson, Lynn Everett, Wortendyke, N. J.; 
teacher, Asbury Park High School, N. J., 
1902-07; now head of dept. of history and 
economics in High School, Paterson, N. J. 

Kelley, John Schufelt, Blnghamton. N. Y.; 
grad. Williams College. 1899; Syracuse 
T'niversity, 1900; physician and surgeon. 

Lowther, Edgar Allan, 144 W. 228th St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; Syracuse Univer- 
sity. B. A.. 1902; instructor in history and 
German. Barnard School for Bojrs, N. Y. 
City, 1902-4; grad. Union Theological Sem- 
inary. B. D.; clergyman; Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 

Lowther, John Franklin, North Yakima, 
Wash.; farmer. 

Pierce, Merton WInfield, Euclid Ave., Syra- 
cuse N. Y. 

Robinson, William W., DePew, N. Y.; min- 
ister. M. E. Church. 

Smallwood, Murlin Seymour, Warsccw. N. Y. 

Smith, George Alston, 517 Onon. Co. Bank 
Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. 



1899 

Aiken, John Benjamin, 140 S. Broadway. 
White Plains. N. Y.; lawyer. 

Cook, Pearl Gordon, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Daly, Dennis Darius, Brushton, N. Y. 

Havlland, Frank Ross, Fulton, N. Y.; physi- 
cian. 

Holmes, Edgar Ray, 141 Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y.; real estate. 

Middleton, James, 695 West Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 1903, 
B. A. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY'. 



Nichols, Galen Hamilton, 347 Bronson Ave., 
Rochester, N. Y.; architect, with Walter 
& Nichols, 614 E. & B. Bldg. 

TempletoHr Harry Robert, 96 Chenango St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

1900 

Cribb, Fred Douglass, 120 Park St., Canan- 
daigrua, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
A. B., 1905; law school, 1908; lawyer. 

Farrington, Robert Cornell, 114 Wood Ave., 
Syracuse. N. Y. ; supt. of construction for 
R. W. Hillman, 123 E. 23rd St., New York 
City. 

Hurrell, Arthur Sherwood, 333 Auburn Ave., 
Buffalo. N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
1904; teacher and principal, Buffalo Tech- 
nical High School. 

Marshall, J. Ray, Syracuse, N. Y.; musician. 

Mundt, William Clyde, Lima, Ohio; with 
Buckeye Pipe Line Co. 

NInde, Ward Henry, 174 Chestnut St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; architectural engineer, with 
Allen & Collens, 6 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Smallwood, Charles Burllngame, Warsaw, 
N. Y. 

Templeton, Irving Ray, 466 W. Ferry St.. 
Buffalo, N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 
A. B., 1904; editor and manager news- 
paper work; law>'er, with DeWltt Clinton, 
Buffalo Savings Bank Bldg. 



1901 

BIrdsall, Samuel Gilbert, 172 Holland St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; steamfittlng & supplies. 

Brown, Lloyd Elwood, 214 McKlnley Ave., 
S>Tacuse. N. Y. 

Curtis, Edgar Bennett, Susquehanna, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

Elden, Harry Edward, Camden, N. Y.; prin- 
cipal High School, Deposit, N. Y. 

Janaushek, William, 13 W. 38th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; musician. 

Merritt, Harry Eugene, 61 Essex St.. Buffalo, 
N. Y.; salesman, 24 W. Eagle St. 

Montgomery, Maxwell C, State Custodian, 
Rome, N. Y.; physician. 

Morse, Charles Parker, 618 S. Warren St., 
Syracuse. N. Y.; salesman, Crane's Music 
Store. 

Myron, Harry, Syracuse, N. Y.; physician, 
City Hospital, Blackwell's Island, N. Y. 

Pottlnger, George, 90 Mass. Ave., Buffalo, 
N. X. 

Wager, Ralph Edmund, Potsdam, N. Y.; 
grad. Syracuse University, 1902; teachea 
Escanaba. Mich., 1902-03; grad. State 
Normal College, 1904; asst. Instructor Syra- 
cuse University, 1904-05; principal High 
School. Clayton, N. Y., 1905-08; head dept. 
of biology, Potsdam State Normal School. 



1902 

Baker, Frank Lee, 289 Rlverdale Ave., Yon- 
kers, N. Y. ; Instructor In physics, Yonkers 
High School. 

Beeler, Irving NefT, 1303 E. Adams St., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; mechanical engineer, Syracuse 
Supply Co. 

Carothers, Harold Irvin, 507 S. Crouse Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; asst. special agent, 
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford. 

Cheney, Lloyd Lyman, 411 Irving Ave., 
Syracuse. N. Y. ; chief probation officer. 
City of Syracuse. 

Cooley, John G., 92 E. State St., Wellsvllle. 
N. Y.; grad. Syracuse University, 1906; 
electrical engineer, Kerr Turbine Co. 



Jarvis, Howard Sherburne, 911 Harrison St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; Are Insurance, 1000 Onon- 
daga Co. Bank Bldg. 

Lowe, William Charles, 307 Pine St., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; associate professor of German, 
Syracuse University. 

Mills, Edwin Stuart, New York City. N. Y.; 
with engineering dept.. Bell Telephone Co. 

Smallwood, Irving Henry, 52 Downer, Bald- 
wln«vllle, N. Y.; civil engineer, Barge 
Canal Office. 

Sornberger, Frank Foster, Cortland, N. Y.; 
physician. 

Wells, Henry Sheldon, Syracuse, N. Y.; care 
C. E. Colton, Kirk Bldg. 

Williams, Harry Smith, 80 Olblston, Utlca. 
N. Y,; electrical engineer, U. & M. R. Ry. 
Co. 

1903 

Colt, J. Olln, 19 Taylor St., Newark, N. J.; 

cotton goods broker, 350 Broadway, New 

York City. 
Colt, Lawrence Stitzer, AmltyvUle. N. Y.; 

lawyer, 257 Broadway, New York City. 
Hartlgan, Arthur William, St. Louis, Mo. 
Houck, Harry Franklin, 923 Ist Ave., Wlll- 

lamsport, Pa.; teacher In High School. 
Kellogg, Jerome Daniel, New York City, 

N. Y.; clerk, President's Office, I^ew York 

Central Lines, 208 Grand Central Station. 
Kelly, Robert Drummond, 614 S. Warren St.. 

Syracuse, N. Y.; C. K Draughtsman, 112 

Court House. 
McDuygald, Archie W., Portville, N. Y. 
Reddish, Claude, 28 Lake St., LeRoy, N. Y.; 

resident vlce-pres.. National Surety Co. 
Ross, Napoleon, Auburn, N. Y.; wholesale 

grocery. 

1904 

Halght, Clifford Lent, Flshklll Village, N. Y.; 

grad. Syracuse University; High School 

principal. 
Hansen, Emil, 402 Walnut Place, Syracuse, 

N. Y.; salesman, Paragon Plaster Co. 
Mercer, Russell Stephen, Baldwinsvllle, N. 

Y.; bookkeeper. 
VanDeusen, Leon Wilson, Hubert Place, 

Halycon Park, New Rochelle. N. Y.; grad. 

Syracuse University, LL.B., 1908; admitted 

to bar, 1908; lawyer, with "Lawyers' Title 

Insurance & Trust Co.," 160 Broadway, 

New York City. 

1905 

Blanchard, Maurice Alvah, 311 Egmont Ave., 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 
Cheney, Clifford Carleton, 37 Wilson St., 

Salamanca, N. Y.; city engineer. 
Fuller, Frederick Myron, 675 Potomac Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Qlfford, Rollo Elliott, 36 Maple Ave.. Mer- 

chantvllle, N. J.; grad. Syracuse Univer- 
sity, 1909; teaching. 
Peck, Lewis, Phelps. N. Y. 
Smith, Fred G., 125 Singer St., Johnstown, 

I'a.; contracting agent, Wm. H. Smith & 

Bro., Hickory St. 
Sykes, William Clyde, 490 Richmond Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Townsend, Schuyler Mallory, 113 College 

Place. Syracuse, N. Y.; assistant In Latin, 

Syracuse University. 

1906 

Adams, John Clinton, Weedsport, N. Y. 

Briggs, Franklin Frisbee, West 23rd St., 
New York City, N. Y.; with Campbell Un- 
dertaking Co. 



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65 



Carothers, Robert M., 507 S. Grouse Ave., 

Syracuse. N. Y. 
Kesler, Seiwyn White, New York City, N. Y.; 

with New York Telephone Company. 
Rayher, Edward Richard, 475 3rd Ave., Troy, 

Shenton, Ralph W., Slatedale, Pa. 

Smith, David Lewis, 122 Washington St., Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y.; salesman, Uquid Carbonic 
Company, New York City. 

Terry, Harry William, Chicago, 111.; en- 
gineer, W. B. Graves Co., 158 K, Kinzie 
St. 

Wolf, James Butler, Waterville, Pa. 

1907 

Colt, Lynde Harrison, Amity viUe, N. Y. 
Cook, Allan Thompson, 113 College Place, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Crosley, Dorr Edmund, 113 College Place, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Eilerfoy, Harold Thomas, 306 Waverly Ave., 

S vracuse ^^ TT 
Holzwarth,' Roy C, 911 Walnut Ave., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Finder, Thomas Fenn, 345 Lincoln St., Johns- 
town, Pa, 
Shepherd, Maxwell D., 63 Salem Ave., Car- 

bondale. Pa. 
VanDenburg, Carroll Henry, 107 Shonnard 

St., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Wiles, Leslie L., Van HomesvlHe, N. Y. 

1908 

Barry, Carl SchefHer, 621 W. Center, Medina, 
N. Y.; dist. manager. Standard Oil Co., of 
New York. 



Brown, Renwick MacLean, Marble Hill, 

Kings Bridge. New York City, N. Y. 
Clancy, Carl Stearns, 421 Sims Hall, Syra- 

CUB6 ^J Y 

Davl% Willia'm S., Arcade, N. Y. 
Jacobson, Gerald Nathan, 430 S. Salina, 

Syracuse. N. Y. 
Montgomery, John Arthur, Walton, N. Y. 
Norton, Karl Benton, Adams. N. Y. 
Seeley, William Lansing, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Street, Lockwood Northcott, 723 Comstock 

Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Wilson, William Ellas, Plainville. N. Y. 



1909 



Beckley, Chester Arthur, 229 Market Square, 
New Cumberland, Pa. 

Crawford, James Grover, Morristown. N. Y. 

Cross, LaDette Ronk, 164 West 2nd St., Os- 
wego, N. Y.; manager, Oswego Territory, 
Standard Oil Co. of New York. 

Giles, Clarence Walter, 83 Lincoln Ave., Car- 
bondale, Pa. 

Kesler. Leiand White, 15 N. Clinton St., 
Carthage, N. Y. 

Farllman, Clifford Roy, "Buena Vista," 
Montrose, N. Y. 

Sheldon, Howard Grant, 2310 Midland Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Smith, Elmer Henry, 125 Singer St., Johns- 
town, Pa. 

Sykes, Roy Orrln, 490 Richmond Ave., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 



NEW YORK GAMMA. 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 

NEW YORK. N. Y. 

FOUNDED IN 1872; BECAME INACTIVE IN 1876; REPOUNDED 
MAY 12, 1892. 



1872 

Bamberger, Ira Leo, 265 Jefferson Ave., 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; chatnnan of law com- 
mittee of the Board of Education of the 
City of Brooklyn; Greek prize at Columbia 
Collegre; composer of Phi Kappa Psi March; 
lawyer, 309 Broadway, New York City. 

Bang, Richard Theodore, 139 W. 11th 8t., 
New York City, N. Y.; grad. Columbia 
University, A. B., 1876; A. M. and M. D., 
1879; physician, St. Luke's Hospital, New 
York Hospital, Good Samaritan Dis- 
pensary; U. S. exam, surgeon since 1893; 
physician and surgeon. 

Caiman, David, New York City, N. Y. 

Jones, Townsend, 140 W. 74th St., New York 
City, N. Y.; lawyer, member firm of Hand 
Bonney & Jones, 61 Wall St. 

Livingston, Robert Armstrong, New York 
City, N. Y.; grad. Columbia College, A. B.. 
1876; L.L.B., 1878; M. A., 1879; N. Y. State 
Assembly. Judiciary com., 1882; lawyer, 
Lord's Court Bldg.. 27 William St. 

Page, Washington Edward. 661 Franklin 
Ave., Nutley, N. J.; Columbia College. 
1872-76. School of Arts; grad. Columbia 
College School of Political Science & Law, 
1879; admitted to bar, 1879; lawyer. 

Raegener, Lewis Christian, 141 Broadway, 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer. 

St. Amant, Louis; address unknown. 

Sellgman, Eugene, Plaza Hotel. New York 
City, N. Y.; lawyer, member firm of Sellg- 
man & Sellgman. 

Zand, Joseph P., 130 W. 136th St., New York 
City, N. Y. 

1873 

Browning, John Aaron, 1 W. 72nd St., New 
York City, N. Y.; principal Browning 
Sehool. 

George, Evans P., Chicago, 111.; salesman, 
850. 324 Dearborn St. 

Pierce, Wlllard ide, 64 W. 126th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; physician. 

Stillman, C. H.; address unknown. 

Winborne, Benjamin Brodle, Murfreesboro, 
N. C; lawyer, solicitor of Criminal Court, 
1877-1889; Judge Criminal Court, 1891-7; 
legislator, 6 years; chr. Judiciary com., 4 
years; delegate Nat. Convention in Chi- 
cago in 1^6; member National Divorce 
Congress, Washington, 1906; lawyer, mem- 
ber firm of Winborne & I-awrence. 



1874 

Baker, William H., Quincy, 111. 

Bearnes, William 1. G., New York City. N. Y. 

Constant, C. L., 61 Beekman St., New York 
City, N. Y. 

Crumble, George Beecher, 60 E. 6l6t St., New 
York City, N. Y.; lawyer, No. 1 Liberty 
Street. 

Dugro, F. A., 1 Union Square, New York 
City, N. Y.; lawyer & real estate. 

Duaro, Philip Henry, 59th St. & 5th Ave.. 
New York City, N. Y.; Judge Supreme 
Court of New York City. 

Griswold, Harrison, 36 W. Uth St., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Hoffman, Oscar F., Omaha, Neb.; physician, 
324 Lee Bldg. 

Meyer, Alfred, 785 Madison Ave., New York 
City. N. Y.; physician. Mt. Sinai Hospital. 
Monteflore Home for Chronic Invalids, 
County Sanitarium at Bedford for Con- 
sumptives, Sprain ridge Hospital for Tu- 
berculosis. Yonkera, N. Y.; member ad- 
vlstory committee to State Board of 
Health; member Assn. Tuberculosis Clinics; 
chairman N. Y. State Com. for National 
Congress on Tuberculosis. 

Sellgman, G. W., 15 Broad St.. New York 
City, N. Y.; banker. 

Sellgman, Isaac N., 15 Broad St., New York 
City. N. Y.; banker. 

Sellgman, Jefferson, 15 Broad St., New York 
City. N. Y.; banker. 

1892 

Albertson, Abram Horace, 700 White Bldg., 
Seattle, Wash.; grad. Columbia College. 
Ph.B.. 1905; .nerved in Spanish- American 
War; architect. 

Buemming, Herman Wels, 278 Pleasant St., 
Milwaukee. Wis.; architect, 621 Jackson 
Street. 

Bultman, Henry Dick, 144 Hewea St., Brook* 
lyn. N. Y.; president. Consolidated Dental 
Mfg. Co., 130 Washington Place, New York 
City. 

Covell, William Simpson, Montclair. N. J.; 
grad. Columbia liniversity, 1893; holder 
Roman Scholarship in Architecture. Amer- 
ican Academy at Rome, 1896-98; architect, 
1170 Broadway, New York City. 

Fellows, William K., 4529 Lake Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111.: architect. 1733 Marquette Bldg. 

Lum, C. H., Chatham, N. J. 



66 



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67 



Nichols, Jr., William H., 361 Clinton Ave.. 

Brooklyn. N. Y.; sreneral manager, General 

Chemical Co., 25 Broad St., New York City. 
Perrln, Howell Corboy, Howell Park. Larch - 

mont. N. Y.; real estate broker, 503 5th 

Ave. New York City. 
Read/b. P., 155 R. 54th St., New York City. 

1893 

Cokefair, Francis Albertson, Duluth, Minn.; 
chief engineer. Great Northern Power Co. 

Hatoey, Robert Hurtin, 118 W. 58th St.. New 
York City, N. Y.; grad. Columbia Univer- 
sity. R. A.. 1896; M. A. and M. D.. 1900; 
adjunct professor of medicine and assistant 
attending physician. New York Post-Grad. 
Medical School and Hospital. 

Jacobus, Mandeville Cornelius, 30 Avenue 
Carnot, Paris. France; trans, to N. Y. 
Alpha; grad. Cornell Tniversity. LL.B., 
1897; counsel to American Embassy. Paris. 
1907-09; counsel to American Delegate at 
International Claims Commission. Casa- 
blanca. Morocco. 1908; honorary secretary 
American Club of Paris, 1908-09; member 
American Chamber of Commerce, Paris; 
lawyer. 82 Boulevard Haussmann. Paris. 

Jova. Edward Amsdee, Roseton- on -Hudson. 
New York. 

Knap, J. Day, 660 Riverside Diive. New York 
City. N. Y.; real estate broker, 1663 Am- 
sterdam Ave. 

Loudon, IHoward Carlisle, 100 Gates Ave., 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; importers and jobbers, 
teas, coffees and spices, 181-5 Chambers St., 
New York City. 

Morse, Q. T., Brooklyn Ulagle Bldg.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Ripley, William Howe; address unknown; 
electrical engineer. 

Stoddart, William Use, New York City, 
N. Y.; architect. 30 W. 38th St 

Udall, J. C, 29 W. 34th St.. New York City; 
contractor and builder. 

Wright, Ralph Qarrlgue, The Bayard. New 
Brunswick, N. J.; professor of chemistry, 
Rutgers College. 

1894 

Beebe, Archibald N., Sherburne, N. Y. 

Brommor, J. Frederick, 183 Hooper St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; secy. Consolidated Dental 
Mfg. Co.. 130 Washington Place, New York 
City. 

Deane, Sumner. 62 E. 78th St., New York 
City. N. Y. 

Howard, Frederick Trowbridge; address un- 
known. 

Howard, Raymond, 422 West End Ave., New 
York City. N. Y. 

Knap, J. Day, 660 Riverside Drive, New York 
City. N. Y.; real estate; president, Knap 
& Wasson Co., 4207 Broadway. 

VanVoorhls, Jr., B. W., New Brighton, L. I. 

Waiter, Thomas Henry, Mount Blue, Mass.; 
poultry breeder. 

Whitman, Roger Bradbury. Hope Valley, 
R. I.; asst. engineer, Nichols & Lang- 
worthy Mch. Co. 

1896 

Davidson, William ft., Sherbrooke. Quebec. 

Canada. 
Qilchrist, Edward P., Medford, Ore.; lawyer; 

orchardlst. 
Howarth, Edgar John, 95 Park Ave., Utica. 

N. Y.; druggist. 183 Genesee St. 
Machen, Henry Bennett, 315 W. 97th St., 

New York City, N. Y.; civil engineer. 



1896 

Cairns, Bayard ftnowdon, 1325 Lamar Ave., 
Memphis, Tenn.; architect, member Arm 
of Hanker & Cairns, 520 Scimitar Bldg. 

Lum, Ralph Emerson, Chatham. N. J.; law- 
yer, member firm of Lum, Tamblyn & Col- 
yer. Prudential Bldg. 

Morrill, William Charles, 229 W. 101st St., 
New York City, N. Y.; president. Chas. 
MoiTill. hardware specialties, 277 Broad- 
way. 

ProbasGO, Norman Hayes, 305 W. 7th St.. 
Plalnfleld, N. J.; Alumnus, Bellevue Hos- 
pital. New York Infant Asylum. New York 
City; fellow New York Academy of Med- 
icine; physician and surgeon to Mechlen- 
berg Hospital. Plainfleld. N. J.; Alumnus 
Columbia Tniverslty; physician and sur- 
geon, obstetrics and pediatrics, specialties. 

1887 

Gramm, Frederick Emii; address unknown. 
Newcomb, C. H., 750 St. Mark's Ave.. Brook- 

bTi. N. Y, 
Otto, Carl Ludwlg, 1052a Sterling Place. 

Brooklyn. N. Y.; architect, 130 Pulton St., 

New York City. 

1898 

Boardman, Andrew Hunt, Garden City. L. L, 
N. Y.; insurance broker, member Arm of 
Lewis & Boardman. 60 Liberty St., New 
York City. 

Breneman, Harry Campbell, Cincinnati, 
Ohio: chemistry, 1009 walnut St. 

Greene, Ralph CampboH, Sayville, L. I. 

Prenderaast, James William, 185 Joralemon 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; grad. Mount St. 
Mary's College, A. B., 1896; Columbia Uni- 
versity Law School. LL.B., 1898; lawyer, 
25 Broad St., New York City. 

Simons, Thomas, 2109 Ogden Ave., Sui>erior. 
Wis.; cashier, V. S. Cast Iron Pipe & 
Foundry Co. 

1899. 

Higgins. James Edward, 803 West Park St.. 
Butte. Mont.; mining engineer, supt. Davis 
Daly Company. 

Hoyt, Robert Olcott. 417 N. Benton Ave.. 
Helena, Mont.; city engineer. Corning, 
N. Y., 1900-03; assistant engineer, V. S. 
Reclamation Service. 

McCaskell, G. W. K., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

McCaskeli, Jasper Alan, 13 Bansford. Salt 
Lake City, Utah; trans, to Md. Alpha: min- 
ing engineer. 42 Postofflce Place. 

McDougail, H. K.. Newark. N. J. 

Moore, Heath; address unknown; trans, to 
Mass. Alpha; grad. Amherst College, B. A., 
1904. 

Smythe, David William, 41 Liberty St.. New 
York City, N. Y. ; appraiser. 

Taylor, Clinton Tailmadge, Mount Vernon. 
New York. 

Weidmann, Anton, 73 S. 9th St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; brewer. 

1900 

Adams, William Herbert, 129 W. 85th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer, 25 Broad 
Street. 

Carlln, Waiter Jeffreys, 571 9th St.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; lawyer, 391 Fulton St. 

Corrlgan. Joseph Eugene, 301 W. 57th St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; grad. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 1901; lawyer; city magistrate. 

Freeman, Edward Dale, 3 Plaza St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; lawyer, 68 Jay St. 



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OiMel, H. W., Keep St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Hlllhouse, John Ten Eyck, New York City, 
N. Y.: engineering, care John C. Ten Eyck, 
76 William St. 

Peters, James Frederick, Llgonler, Pa.; 
trans, to Pa. Alpha; general manager Fort 
Palmer C. & C. Co. and Fort Llgonler 
Coal Company. 

Rule, H. v., Mason City, Iowa. 

Stangland» Robert Sedgwick, 157 West 123d 
St., New York City, N. Y.; mechanical en- 
gineer, with W. S. Bars tow & Co., 60 Pine 
Street. 

Sullivan, Jr., J. C, Butte, Mont.; lawyer. 

Weidmann, Otto William, 317A Halsey St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. Zeta. 



1901 

Anderson, Norman Glenn, White Sulphur 
Springs. Mont; mining manager. 

Catron, John W., Butte, Mont.; mining en- 
gineer. 

Davis, Lee Parsons, 18 Lake Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y.; assistant district attorney West- 
chester county; lawyer. White Pains, N. Y. 

DeKlyn, Charles Campbell, 7 Brookside PI., 
New Rochelle, N. Y,; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Fuller, Frederic James, 456 W. 145th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer, 34 Nas- 
sau St. 

McCorkle, Henry Hale, 229 W. 101st St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; lawyer, 29 Wall 
St.; national secretary Phi Kappa Psl, 
1906-1910. 

Pelton, E. F.; address unknown. 

Sartorlus, Otto Werner, 184 Washington 
Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. 
Zeta; tobacco business, 136 Water St. 

Smith, Stafford Baker, 268 W. 84th St., New 
York City, N. Y. ; physician. 

Valentine, Julius John, 171 W. 71st St., New 
York City, N. Y.; physician. 

VanAuken, Jr., H. C, 8 W. 92d St, New 
York City, N. Y.; real estate. 

Wickes, L. Webster, 56 Woodruff apart- 
ments, Salt Lake City, Utah; consulting 
mining engineer, 426 Judge Bldg. 



1902 

Bamman, Frankle George, 557 W. 124th St., 
New York City. 

BUeil, Thomas Rector, Goldfield, Nev. ; min- 
ing engineer. 

Burch, Jr., Thomas Hamilton, 130 W. 57th 
St., New York City, N. Y.; mechanical 
engineer. 

Dougherty, Bernard Joseph, 620 Park Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn.; physician. 

Gllroy, Arthur Sheridan, Sea View Ave., 
Far Rockaway, New York City, N. Y.; 
advertising, 166 Broadway. 

Greisg, James G., 141 Broadway, New York 
City, N. Y. 

Gulick, James Calbralth, 331 W. 22d St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Hamilton, Francis Beacon, Johnstown, Pa.; 
lawyer, Moses Bldg. 

Johnson, France Davis, The Summit, Madi- 
son and Minor Sts., Seattle, Wash.; pros- 
pector and miner, Nome, Alaska. 

Longwell, Robert Agnew, Conrad apart- 
ments, Johnstown, Pa.; mining engineer 
and surveying dept., Cambria Steel Co. 

Smith, Charles Lathrop; address unknown. 

Smyth, Jr., Samuel, 3 Henderson PI., New 
York City, N. Y.; B. S. College City of 
New York, 1900; A. M. Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1904; instructor New York City 
public schools. 



1903 

Bennett, John Albert, 162 W. 72d St., New 

York City. N. Y.; physician. 
Bishop, Robert Chauncey, 425 N. Liberty 

St., Salem, Ore.; manager Salem Woolen 

Mill Store, 136 N. Commercial SL 
Connell, Jr., William H.. Pittsburg, Pa.; 

mechanical engineer, 7 Colonial PI. 
Donovan, William Joseph, 74 Prospect Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. ; grad. Columbia University, 

A. B. 1905; LL.B. 1905; lawyer. 
Ernest, Richard Hermann, 323 E. 35th St., 

Los Angeles, Cal.; grad. School of Mines, 

Columbia University, 1905; mining engi- 
neer, Round Mountain, Nev. 
Johnson, Arthur Michael, Franklin Furnace, 

N. J.; grtid. Columbia School of Mines, 

1906; mining engineer, with- New Jersey 

Zinc Co. 
Kelley, Walter Edward, Graham Court, 1925 

7th Ave., New York City, N. Y.; A. B. 

Columbia University, 1907; LL.B. 1910; 

lawyer, 
Lukens, Edward French, 910 W. Berry St., 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Keys, E. C, 137 W. 132d St., New York City. 
Pembroke, Earl Richard, 431 1st Ave., Salt 

Lake City, Utah; mining engineer, care 

Pembroke Sta. Co. 
Rossberg, Fred H., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Schultz, Robert Spencer, Jr., Victoria, Mich.; 

chief engineer Victoria Copper Mining Co. 
Scudder, Henry Townsend, Christ Church 

Rectory, Tarrytown, N. Y.; rector of 

Christ Church. 
Swartz, Charles Christian, 68 West Ave., 

South Norwalk, Conn.; mining engineer. 

1904 

Apezteguia, Julio Jose, New York City, N, 
Y.; with W. R. Grace & Co., 1 Hanover 
Square. 

Callaghan, William Augustine, 98 Franklin 
St, Ogdensburg, N. i.; physician. 

Hopping, Allen Tllton, 532 W. 114th St., 
Isew York City, N. Y. 

Kirk, Edwin, United States Geological Sur- 
vey, Washington, D. C; grad. Columbia 
University, A. B. 1907; paleontologist, 
geologist. 

Knight, Herbert Harris, Fanwood, N. J.; 
law clerk, 2 Rector St., New York City. 

Ruhe, A. S., 31 W. 82d St., New York City. 

Sears, Joseph Davis, 425 Franklin St., Bloom- 
field, N. J. 

Smith, William Harvey, Jr., 30 Melbourne 
Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y.; trans, to Wis. 
Alpha; lawyer, 133 Railroad Ave., White 
Plains N. Y. 

Wiehle, A. L. V., The Imperial, Columbia 
Road, Washington, D. C.; with Scotia 
Worsted Mills, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Williams, J. H. A., Westfield, N. J. 



1906 

Carmlchael, Cyril Courtney, 165 W. 58th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; banker, 52 William 
Street 

Cook, Jr., William Plerson, 1111 Dean St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; grad. Columbia Univer- 
sity, M. E., 1908; salesman, Buick Motor 
Co.. 1733 Broadway, New York City. 

Hopping, Howard Hitchcock, 532 W. 114th 
St.. New York City. N. Y.; with Scotia 
Worsted Mills, 100 5th Ave. 

Kellogg, William Alvan, 104 W. 68th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Knight, J. L., San Francisco, Cal.; care San. 
Francisco Door Co. 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 



69 



Mahony, Fordham Champiln, 56 E. 76th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; salesman, Wilpaco 
PackinsT Co., 109 Liberty St. 

May, Ernest Rudolph, 835 Main St., Lead, S. 
D.; with Golden Reward Mining Co. 

McCormick, James Edward, 728 High St., 
Newark, N. J. 

Smead, H. B., Lead. S. D.; mining engineer. 

Snyder, Harvey Henry, 26 S. Hill St., Massll- 
lon, Ohio; secretary and treasurer Petro- 
leum Products Co., 19 Burling Slip, New 
York City. 

Williams, Thomas William, "The Hammond," 
1216 Madison St., Seattle, Wash.; road de- 
partment, Seattle Electric Co., Fifth Ave. 
and Pine St. 

1906 

Helmrlch, George Leston, 8 Franklin Ave., 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Keator, Randall Moss, 643 Madison Ave., 

New York City. 
Marshall, Chester Columbus, University of 

Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. 
Smith, William Harvey, 30 Melbourne Ave., 

Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
Todd, Harold Cammeyer, Fanwood, N. J. 

1907 

Deevey, Edward 8., Albany, N. Y.; school 

principal. 
Kinney, Warren, 314 W. Seventy- second St., 

New York City. 

1908 

Bell, Jr., Wiley Alexander, Leonia, N. J. 
Crane, Waiter Coggshall, 280 Montgomery St., 

Bloomfleld, N. J. 
Hanrahan, Jr., John George, 352 W. 117th St., 

New York City, N. Y. 
Hazxard, Lynne Franklin, Box 1183, BIsbee. 

Arizona. 
Heard, Walter Scott, Hartley Hall. Columbia 

I'nlversity, New York City, N. Y. 
Keator, Beverley, 643 Madison Ave., New 

York City, N. Y. 



Kinney, Morris, Butler, N. J. 

Lang, John Thomas, 53 Charlton St., New 

York City, N. Y. 
May, William Frederick, Lead. S. D.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha. 
McConnell, Luther Graham, 306 N. Fourth 

St.. Marshalltown, la. 
Murray, John Alexander, Jr., 419, W. 147th 

St.. New York City, N. Y. 
Murray, Joseph Norrls, 419 W. 147th St., 

New York City, N. Y. 
Palmer, William Frederick, 362 Riverside 

Drive. New York City, N. Y. 
Peters, Jr., Andrew, 291 Hancock St., Brook« 

lyn. N. Y. 
Schiottman, Gustave, 2383 Davidson Ave.* 

Bronx, New York City, N. Y. 
Schoonmaker, Herbert Sage, 201 W. 127th St., 

New York City, N. Y. 
Waterbury, Charles Harold, 24 Mt. Pleasant 

Ave.. Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
Welmer, Stanley Felix, Hotel Narragansett, 

Ninety-third St. and Broadway, New York 

City. 
Williams, Harold, 34 Court St., New Bedford, 

Massachusetts. 

1909 

Barrett, Oliver Coolldge, Ware, Mass. 
Block, Louis, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
Brogan, John F., Portland. Ore. 
Cummings, Arthur Roland, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Flower, Alfred R., Passaic, N. J. 
Klepper, Milton Reed, Pullman, Wash. 
Melssner, Clarence Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mullen, John Augustus, New York City. N. Y. 
Smale, Jr., William Philip, 470 W. 146th St., 

New York City, N. Y. 
ZInk, Anthony, 304 W.' 109th St., New York 

City. N. Y. 

1910. 

Ferguson, John Maxwell, New York City, N.Y. 

Fraser, Leon, 311 W. Seventy-seventh St.» 
New York City. N. Y. 

Norton, Robert Clinton, 950 Ocean Ave., Flat- 
bush, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Walsh, Raycroft, Fort Hancock, N. J. 



NEW YORK DELTA. 



HOBART COLLEGE. 

GENEVA. NEW YORK. 

IX)UNDKD APRIL 29, 1881, BY J. B. BLANCHET, J. C. FLOOD, 
G. M. IRISH, F. K. F,ASTERBR0OKS AND J. D. KENNEDY. 

Inaetice after 1891. 



1881 

Blanchet, John Baptiste, Scotch Plaints, N. J. 

Easterbrooks, Francis Eugene, Glenora, New 
York. 

Flood* John Clarence* Southboro, Mass.; 
teacher in DeVeaux College, 1884-90; head 
master DeVeaux College, 1889-90; head 
master Kenyon Academy, 1890-97; Latin in- 
structor St. Mark's School since 1897. 

Hoicomb, Ledyard Cuyler, Mount Pleasant, 
N. Y. 

Irlshi Qeorge Meriweather. Essex, N. Y. 

Kennedy, John David, 309 Brooklyn Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; clergyman. 

Protntt, Charles Calvin, Garvervllle, N. Y.; 
clergyman. 

1882 

Annan, Charles H., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Otto de Stordeur, Adolph Qeorge, New York 

City, N. Y. 
Way, Mark Wellington, Rochester, N. Y. 



1886 

Bean, Charles Danford, Maple Hill. Geneva, 

N. Y.; grad. Hobart, B. S.; Syracuse, Ph. 

B.; Allegheny, A. M.; lawyer, 9 Masonic 

Temple. 
Coatsworth, Reuben Heber, Buffalo, N. Y.; 

lawver 
Qrlmke, St. Julien, 214 W. Eighty-second St., 

New York City, N. Y.; trans. tO S. C. 

Alpha; lawyer, room 707, 82 Nassau St. 
Morrison, Henry Toomer, McClellanville, S. 

C; merchant. 
Morrison, William Edward, Savannah, Ga. 
O'Brien, Qeorge William, 1614 Oxford St., 

Berkeley. Cal.; scheme clerk, railway mail 

service (U. S.), P. O. Bldg., San Francisco. 
Pegram, Henry, 44 E. Sixty-third St, New 

York City, N. Y.; grad. Hobart College, A. 

B., '89; A. M., '92; Metropolis Law School, 

1895; lawyer, 4 Hanover St 
Smith, Charles Alexander, Dresden, N. Y. 



1886 

Beers, Clarence Hawley, New York City, 
N. Y. 



Crowe, John Thomas, Fort Collins, Colo. 

Qatley, Henry Stevens, 287 Pleasant St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; B. A., Hobart College, 1890; 
M. A.. 1894; grad. Berkeley Divinity School, 
1893; ordained deacon, 1893; priest. 1894, in 
the Protestant Episcopal Church; assistant 
minister, St Paul's Church. 

Gernian, Frank Flood, 103 Prospect Ave., 
Mamaroneck. N. Y.; rector St Thomas' 
Church. 

Kirkiand, John Copeland, 19 Elm St., Exeter, 
N. H.; editor-in-chief of Macmillan's Latin 
Series; editor of "Fabulse Faciles" and 
"Selections from the Correspondence of 
Cicero"; professor of Latin, the Phillips 
Exeter Academy. 

Slade, William Sutton, 1 Chenango St. Buf- 
falo, N. Y.; real estate and insurance. W. 
H. Slade & Son, 333 Main St 



1887 

Cowies, Fred Stanley, Rome, N. Y. 
Fenn, Percy Thomas, Texarkana. Texas. 
Perkins, John Howard, 132 Benliam. Penn 
Yan, N. Y.; rector St. Mark's Church. 



1888 

Hamlin, Fred Erastus, 284 New York Ave.. 
Brooklsm, N. Y. ; grad. Hobart College, B. 
S., 1890; grad. New York University Medi- 
cal College, M. D., 1893* physician, 284 
N. Y. Ave. and 143 Kent St. Brooklyn. 

MacPherson, William Bruce, Middle River, 
Md. 

Whitwell, Francis William, Geneva, N. Y. 



1889 

Bostwick, Alexander William, 142 W. Eigh- 
teenth St., New York City, N. Y. 

Davenport, Qeorge William, Astoria, N. Y. 

Franklin, Lewis Post, Newark, Ohio. 

Murphv, Reginald Heber, 1340 S. Charles, 
Baltimore, Md.; pharmacist 

Nugent, Edward Qenung, 78 S. Fitzhugh St., 
Rochester, N. Y.; physician. 



70 



HOBABT COLLEGE, 



71 



Peoram, Walter Moray, 530 W. 150th St, 
New York City. 

Randall, Edwin Jarvis, 4246 Washington 
Blvd., Chicaso. 111.; A. B., Hobart College, 
1893: M. A., 189«; grad. Western Theolosl- 
cal Seminary, 1906; ordained deacon ICay, 
1896; priest, December, 189<; clergyman, 
4245 Washington Blvd. 

Thomas, Qaorge William, Adamstown, Md. 



1890 

German, Montgomery Weaver, Geneva, N. T. 



1891 

Beckerman, Frank Frederick, 815 State St.. 
Des Moines. la.; grad. Hobart College. B. 
A., 1895; grad. Western Theological Semi- 
nary, 1898; rector of St Luke's Episcopal 
Church. 

Parker, Evans Stanton, Geneva, N. Y. 

Snell, Albert Conrad, 192 Culver Road, 
Rochester. N. Y.; trans, to Penn. Iota; 
grad. University of Pennsylvania, M. D., 
1898; interne. Wills Hospital; ophthalmolo- 
gist, Rochester City Hospital and Roches- 
ter Public Health Association; phsrsidan. 



NEW YORK EPSILON. 



COLGATE UNIVERSITY. 

HAMILTON. NEW YORK. 

FOUNDED APRIL 29, 1887, BY IRVING B. LEWIS, EDGAR A. 
SHEPARD, HENRY W. SHEPARD, WILLIAM S. COONS, OSCAR K. 
DAVIS, EDWARD B. SHALLOW, HERBERT H. SMITH AND FRANK 
H. BENNETT. 



1887 

Bennett, Frank Henry, Brewster, N. Y.: 
principal Br6w8ter High School. 

Braman, Charles Fletcher, Mount Morris, 
N. Y.; asst. cashier Genesee River Na- 
tional Bank. 

Brush, Daniel Smith, 39 Corch St., Platts- 
burg, N. Y.; photographer. 

Carey, Robert Henry, Littleton, Mass.; min- 
ister. 

Curtis, LInwood B., South Woodstock, Conn.; 
grad. Hamilton Theological Seminary, 
1888; clergyman. 

Daniels, Charles Spencer, Hartwellville, Vt.; 
Clergyman. 

Divine, Frank Henry, New York City, N. Y.; 
district secretary American Baptist Home 
Mission Society, 312 Fourth Ave. 

Lester, Fred Volney, Talladega College, 
Battle St., Talladega, Ala.; grad. Colgate. 
1886; Illinois Wesleyan, 1904; principal of 
High School; superintendent of schools; 
college professor; professor of mathe- 
matics, Talladega College. 

Lewis, Irving Burgess, East Rochester, N. 
Y. ; treasurer Brainerd Mfg. Co. 

Lyons, Patrick J., 956 Ogden Ave., Bronx, 
New York City, N. Y. ; Instructor St. Joe 
Institute, Eastern Boulevard and Tre- 
mont Ave., Bronx. 

MacMurray, David Adams, 234 Linden Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; pastor of Lenox Road 
Baptist Church. 

I^arcy, Sherman H., 48 Mapes Ave., Newark, 
N. J.; Ph. B. Colgate, 1888; clergyman. 

Potter, Arthur Barlow, 239 Milton Ave., 
Ballston Spa., N. Y.; pastor First Baptist 
Church. 

Rogers, Edward A., Canlsteo, N. Y.; clergy- 
man. 

Rum^ey, John Davles, 317 W. Peru, Prince- 
ton, 111.; grad. Colgate University; pastor 
First Baptist Church. 

Shallow, Edward Byrne, 500 Park Ave., New 
York City, N. Y.; grad. Colgate Univer- 
sity, 1888, A. B. and A. M.: admitted to 
bar, 1894; asssociate city superintendent 
New York schools. 

Shepard, Edgar Allan, Merchantvllle, N. J.; 
supt. Atlas Cereal Mfg. Co. 

Shepard, Henry Warren, Merchantvllle. N. 
J.; vice-president Atlas Cereal Mfg. Co. 



Sholar, William Jessup, 27 Dickerman Road, 
Newton Highlands, Mass.; president and 
treasurer the Sholar Business Building 
Service, 101 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Smith, Herbert J., 139 E. Third St, Oswego, 
N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 1888; 
Hamilton Theological Seminary, 1891; asst. 
librarian, Colgate University; Instructor 
in New Testament Greek in Hamilton 
Theological Seminary, 1891-4; librarian. 
University of Vermont, 1896-8; teacher of 
Latin and logic, Oswego Normal School. 

Squires, Clarence Nelson, 712 Jewett Ave., 
West Brighton, N. Y. ; with Tiffany & Ca 
Fifth Ave., New York City. 

Stoddard, Frank Perry, 26 Lutheran. New- 
burgh, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University 
1881; Hamilton Theological Seminary, 
1884; pastor Moulton Memorial Baptist 
Church. 

Sweet, Frank Thomas, R. F. D. No. 1, West- 
minster, Mass. 

Warren, Harrv IVIarsh, 69 West 88th St., 
New York City; minister. 

Williams, Dwight Brewster, Waterloo, N. Y.; 
teacher of mathematics. Peddle Institute, 
Hightstown, N. J.; principal High School, 
Morrisville, N. Y., 1 year; East Bloom- 
fleld, N. Y., 6 years; Fayettevllle. N. Y., 
9 years; principal High School, Waterloo, 
New York. 



1888 

Coons, William Solyman, Troy, N. Y. ; re- 
signed pastor; now butter printer, Troy 
Cdld Storage Co., Adams and First Sts. 

Dike, Otis Arunah, Bap. parsonage. Main 
St., Lake Placid, N. Y.: A. B. Colgate. 
1886; A. M. Colgate, 1889; pastor Baptist 
Church. 

Fletcher, F. Wayiand, Morris, Conn.; clergy- 
man. 

Gregg, Hugh Gilmore, Newport, N. Y.; min- 
ister. 

Howe, Sherman Lorenzo, 20 James St., Car- 
thage, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, A. 
B., 1893; A. M., 1895; principal Carthage 
High School. 

King, Frederick Howard, ParksviUe, N. Y.; 
minister. 



72 



<:OLaATE UNIVERSITY. 



73 



Merrlam, Edward Allen, 111 Princeton, 
Springfield, Mass.; publisher, 58 Harrison 
Avenue. 

Parks, Qeorge Wesley, 185 Macon St., Broolc- 
lyn, N. Y.; manufacturer and importer of 
season cards, 156 Fifth Ave., Mew York 
City. 

Stoos, Henry Nicholas, Owatonna, Minn.; 
physician. 

1889 

Harmon, Dwight Dana, 13 Church St., 
Montrose. Pa.; grad. Colgate, A. B., 1893; 
A. M., 1896; B. D., 1898; pastor of BapUst 
Church. 

Harriman, Arthur Ernest, 55 Seminary St.. 
Middlebury. Vt.; Colgate University; 
Iowa Christian College, Ph. B. ; Newton 
Theological Institution; Theological Dept. 
Iowa Christian College, B. D.; pastor. 

McAllister, Harry James, 542 Shaw Ave., 
McKeesport, Pa.: grad. Lafayette College. 
1893; lawyer, 402 Frick Bldg., Pittsburg, 
Pennsylvania. 

MacLellan, Robert inglls, 314 Church St., 
Herkimer, N. Y.; real estate, loans, in- 
vestments. 

Morey, William Justus, 1306 State St.. Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. ; senior pastor, Tabernacle 
Baptist Church. 

Pettes, Benjamin Hiram, 7616 Bennett. Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; grad. Colgate University, A. B., 
1893; admitted to bar, 1894; lawyer, mem- 
ber firm of Pettes & McAllister, 402 Frick 
Building. 

Powell, Enoch, Edmeston, N. Y.; clergyman. 

Smith, Preston Hopkins, 809 W. Fifth, Plain- 
fleld, N. J.; principal High School, 
Bayonne, N. J. 

Thompson, Roll In John, Lincklaen, Caze- 
novia, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 
1884; Hamilton Theological Seminary; 
pastor Cazenovia Village Baptist Church. 



1890 

Bianden, Merrill Jay, SInclairville, N. Y.; 

grad. Colgate University, 1894; principal 

at Theresa, N. Y., 1899-02; principal at 

Benson's Mines, 1904-05; principal Sin- 

clairvllle High School. 
Cheney, Samuel Torry Reed, Jamaica, Vt. ; 

teacner physics ana chemistry Riverview 

Academy, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Eddy, Burt Henry, R. F. D. No. 10, Wells- 

boro, Pa.; grad. Colgate University, 1894; 

Hamilton Theological Seminary, 1897; min- 
ister. 
Leonard, Walter Adnah, Cambridge. N. Y.; 

grad. Colgate University, 1899; physician 

and surgeon. 
RIfenburg, George La Fayette, Oak Hill, N. 

Y. ; lawyer. 
Spooner, Frank Maynard, 340 Oliver, Toledo, 

Ohio: clergyman. 
Winters, Harry Sunderland, 2024 Laura, 

Jacksonville, Fla.; deputy collector internal 

revenue, Government Bldg. 



1891 



Bender, Harry K., 26 Gulon St., New Ro- 
chelle, N. 
York City. 



lawyer, 96 Wall St.. New 



Carr, Qeorge Henry, Ulysses, Pa.; Baptist 

minister. 
NIms, Herbert Edward, 166 Princeton St.. 

Springfield. Mass.; chemist, the FIberloid 

Co., Indian Orchard, Mass. 
Sargent, Roscoe, Sandy Creek, N. Y. ; grad. 

College of L«aw, Syracuse, 1898, LL. B. ; 

lawyer. 



Watklns, Arthur Charles, Phoenix, N. Y.; 
B. A., Johns Hopkins, 1895; B. D., Union 
Theological Seminary, 1900; clergyman 
and director of University Publishing Co. 

Winters, Herbert Daniel, Dundee, N. Y.; 

{rad. Colgate University, A. B., 1895; A. 
[., 1906; teacher, Dundee, N. Y., High 
School, 1895-98; teacher Cook Academy, 
New York, 1903-07; teacher of Greek and 
ancient history, Peddle Institute, Hights- 
town, N. J. 
Winters, Walter Payne, 40 Park Place. 
Geneva, N. Y.; physician. 



1892 

Abercromble, Abraham Lincoln, Palmetto 
Ave.. Baptist Manse, Daytona, Fla.; grad. 
Colgate University, 1896; taught at Bell- 
port, L. I.. 1896-7; Stamford, N. Y., 1897- 
99; principal I'niv. Prep. School, Portland, 
Me., 1900-01; principal Jefferson High 
School, Jefferson, N. Y., 1901-03; pastor 
Baptist Church. 

Billings, William Adelbert, 509 Grand Ave., 
Waukesha, Wis.; pastor First Baptist 
Church of Waukesha. 

Davies, Rees Oliver, Duluth, Minn. 

Lovett, Frederick Crosby, 661 N. Second. 
Grants Pass, Ore.; grad. Colgate Univer- 
sity, 1896; Rochester Theological Seminary. 
1899; pastor First Baptist Church. 

Shufelt, Floyd G., 120 W. Main St., Malone, 
N. Y.; deputy collector U. S. customs. 



1893 

Allen, William Orville, Cornell College. Mt. 
Vernon, Iowa; trans, to N. Y. Beta; Boston 
University. S. T. B., 1902; Ph. D., 1905; 
B. U. Fellow in Leipzig University, 1903-4; 
professor in Tabor College. Tabor, Iowa, 
1905-7; professor in Cornell College, 1907; 
professor of psychology and education. 

Barker, Franklin Luther, 383 E. Thirteenth, 
Eugene, Ore.; teacher of geology. High 
School, Duluth; mining engineer, Minne- 
sota, 1900-04; professor of mining, Uni- 
versity of Oregon. 

Boomhour, Joshua Gregory, 323 East Mor- 
gan. Raleigh. N. C. ; professor of natural 
science. Baptist University for Women. 

Fennell, William Qeorge, 908 Asylum Ave., 
Hartford, Conn.; grad. Colgate University, 
1885; pastor Asylum Ave. Baptist Church, 

Grant, J. Edward, Northville, N. Y.; phy- 
sician 

Gulilan,' William, Valley Stream, N. Y.; 
grad. Colgate University, 1897; Colgate 
Divinity School, 1900; minister. 

Haggett, Arthur John, 115 N. Ninth St., 
Atchison, Kans. ; grad. Colgate University, 
1897; Rochester Theological Seminary, 
1900; Baptist minister. 

Law, William Consider, Dix, N. Y. 

Metz, Allen L., Dunkirk, N. Y.; manager 
National Biscuit Co. 

Newkirk, Beauman Lowe, 173 Queen Lane. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; pastor Wayne Avenue 
Baptist Church, Philadelphia, since 1900. 

Peek, William S., East Dedham. Mass.; 
grad. Hamilton Theological Seminary; 
minister. 

Rathbone, Henrv Bailey, Leonardo, N. J.; 
news editor New York Evening Journal, 
New York City. 

Smith, Dill Bronson, 526 Sandusky St., Con- 
neaut. Ohio; grad. Colgate University, 
1897; asst, principal High School, Dundee, 
N. Y., 1898-1901; principal High School, 



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Dundee. 1901-03; principal Skaneateles, 
N. Y., High School. 1903-04; clerk P. & C. 
Dock Company. 
Stewart, Charias Waalay, Salt Lake City. 
Utah; physician. 

1894 

Boynton, A. L., Andover, N. Y.; minister. 

Bullock, Joseph Finton, Penn Yan. N. Y.; 
instructor, University School. Norwalk, 
Conn.. 1898-9; principal East Bloomfleld 
High School. 1900-1; principal Shortsville 
High School. 1901-3; vineyardist. 

Jones, Frederick Bird, 345 Prospect Place, 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 
B. A.. 1898; M. A. Columbia, 1899: princi- 
pal High School at E^ast Bloomfleld and 
Dundee. N. Y., 1901-8; teacher Latin. 
Boys' High School. 

Mabey, Clayton Qaston, Sidney. N. Y.; grad. 
Colgate university. B. S., 1898; M. A.. 
1900: science instructor. Unadilla High 
School. 1900-01; principal Morrisville High 
School, 1901-04; principal Nunda High 
School. 1904-08; supervising principal Sid- 
ney public schools. 

Mack, William Qanswoort, 34 Lewis St., 
Auburn. N. Y.; physician. 

Mangano, Antonio, 437 Greenwood Ave., 
Richmond Hill, N. Y.; grad. Brown Uni- 
versity, A. B.. 1899; Union Theological 
Seminary, B. D., 1903: professor in charge 
of Italian Dept.. Colgate Theological Semi- 
nary; minister. 

Thompson, Jeremiah McKay, Potsdam. N. 
Y.; principal Dundee High School, 1899; 
State Institute instructor of New York, 
1909; principal Potsdam Normal College. 

Wheeler, William L., 334 W. Twenty- second 
St.. New York City, N. Y.: physician, 361 
W. Twenty-third St. 

1895 

Bullock, William Wallace, 19 Cananduigua 
St.. Palmj'ra. N. Y.; grad. Colgate Uni- 
versity. 1899; taught jpublic school, 1900-01; 
principal Middlesex Union School, 1901-03; 
superintendent public schools of Palmyra. 

Cady, Arthur Cowan, 2239 Campbell Park. 
Chicago, 111.; Wayland Academy; Colgate 
University; teacher. Lake Forest Academy; 
mail carrier, main postofllce. 

Frame, Nat Terry, Overlin, Md.; trans, to 
Maryland Alpha. 

Nevinger, Frederick J, Johnsonburg. N. Y.; 
instructor of science. Wayland Academy. 
Beaver Dam. Wis.; now teacher. 

Post, Homer Lockwood, Asotin, Wash.; 
grad. Colgate University. 1899; admitted 
to bar. 1902; county clerk of Asotin county. 
Wash., since 1907; lawyer. 

Taynau, Po Mya, Bassein. Burmah. 

Wilson-Jones, Qeorge, 20 Scott St., Utica. 
N. Y.; lumber. 191 Genesee St. 

1896 

Bennett, Qeorge Lionel, Hamilton. N. Y.; 

Srincipal West Winfleld, N. Y., High 
chooi, 1900-02; principal Hamilton, N. Y.. 
High School since 1902. 

Bosweli, Thomas Edward, the High School. 
South Omaha. Neb.: grad. Colgate Uni- 
versity. 1900; principal Bedford Private 
Academy. Bedford, Ky.. 1900-01; professor 
modem languages. 1901-05. Grand Island 
College. Grand Island. Neb. ; head depart- 
ment of German, South Omaha High 
School. 

Cole, Walter Burrow, So. Grand Oaks, Pasa- 
dena. Cat.; contractor and builder. 



Foster, Harrv Schuyler, The Qriswold, Wll- 
limansett, Mass.; grad. Colsate University, 
1900: Rochester TheologlcaJ Seminary, 
1903; pastor Beulah Baptist Church. 

Hatchman, Herbert Ernest, Tiverton. R. I.; 
grad. Colgate University. 1900; Rochester 
Theological Seminary, 1903; pastor Baptist 
Church. 

Holden, Stephen, Hamilton. N. Y.; lawyer. 

Lewis, Edgar Alexander, Wayland, N. Y.; 
teacher. 

Squyer, Frank Seymour, Friendship. N. Y.; 
grJBkd. Colgate University. A. B., 1900; 
grad. Rochester Theological Seminary, 
1903; Baptist clergyman. 

Stradling, Frank, N. Main St.. Earlville. N. 
Y. ; physician. 

1897 

Bennett, Walter Scott, Glens Falls. N. Y. 

Buck, Qeorge LeRoy, Glencoe. HI.; pub- 
lisher; assist, treas. Silver. Burdett & 
Co.. 378 Wabash Ave.. Chicago. 

Herrick, Charles Henry, corner Church and 
East Ave., Newark. N. Y.; grad. Colgate 
University. 1900; principal Manchester, N. 
Y., High School. 1900-06; grad. Albany 
Law School, 190 <: lawyer. 

l-lolden, Jonathan, Pleasantvllle. N. Y.; 
lawyer. 

Miller, Emmett Carpenter, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Sheldon, Harry Meeker, 168 State St.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 1898, 
Ph. B.: First District Public Service Com- 
mission; civil engineer. 4 Court Square. 

Waite, Leon Matters, Despland Hotel, Day- 
tona, Fla.; proprietor of hotel. 

1898 

Barden, George Llewellyn, 218 Main St.. 
Penn Yan, N. Y.; president Barden & 
Robeson. 

Bullock, Charles Frank, Geneva, N. Y.; 
dentist. 

Bundy, Irving, 2239 Campbell Park. Chi- 
cago. III.; teacher of shorthand. 

Davis, Alferd Spencer, 223 Union St., Ben- 
nington, Vt.; minister; general secretary 
Y. M. C. A.. Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 

Elliott, Ernest Lamott, 146 Broad St.. Clare- 
mont, N. H.; grad. Colgate University. 
1901; editor and publisher. Claremont 
Advocate. 

Harvey, Benjamin Calvin, Germantown, N. 
Y.; grad. Harvard. B. S.. 1903; mortgage 
broker. 

MacMillan, Hugh Ross, 302 Conant St.. 
Portage. Wis.} pastor First Baptist 
Church. 

Randall, Walter Ratcliffe, 353 Masten St., 
Buffalo, X. Y. 

Sterling, Charles Sleeper, Watkins. N. Y.; 
civil engineer. 

1899 

Buck, Harry C, Clayville. N. Y.; principal 
Clayville High School. 1903-08; School 
Commission of Second District of Oneida 
County, 1909-12; lawyer. 

Bryan. Hugh, Sherburne. N. Y.; grad. Col- 
gate University. A. B., 1903; with Sher- 
burne National Bank. 

Card, Daniel Parker, U. S. Army; grad. 
Bellevue Medical, 1904; grad. Army Medi- 
cal School. 1909; flrst lieutenant Medical 
Corps. U. S. Army. 

Cralne. Robert Wallace, St. John's School. 
Manlius. N. Y.; department of Latin. St. 
John's School, since 1903. 

Qalusha, Irving, Fulton. N. Y.; reporter, 
Syracuse Herald. 



COLGATE UNIVERSITY. 



to 



Jennings, Albert Thomas, 212 Park St., Ful- 
ton, N. T.; trans, to New York Beta; grad. 
Syracuse University, 1904, Ph. B.; grad. 
Syracuse University College of law, 190€, 
LX«. B.; lawyer, 9 S. First St. 

McAllister, Qeorge Victor, Apalachin M. E. 
parsonage, Apalachin. N. Y.; pastor M. E. 
Church. 

Norris, Ralph Thomas, Hlmrod. N. Y.; 
fanner. 

Waits, William Huntington, 210 Arlington 
St., Watertown, N. Y. 

Williams, Robert Edward, 1233 Thirteenth 
St.» Des Moines, Iowa; grad. Medical de- 
partment, University of Pennsylvania, 
1905; asst. orthopedic surgeon. New York 
Orthopedic Hospital and Dispensary, New 
York City, 1907-08; asst. consulting ortho- 
pedic surgeon Seton Hospital, New York 
City, 1907-08; physician and surgeon. 

York, Frank Ketley, Smithville. N. Y.; teach- 
ing. 

1900 

Eddy, George Emerson, 16 Cambridge, 
Rochester, N. Y.; teacher in biology and 
geology in Robert College, Constantinople, 
Turkey, 1904-S; teacher physiography. 
East High School. 

Smith, Cari Herring, M|LCkenzie School, 
IDobbs Ferry, N. Y.; grad. Colgate Uni- 
versity. 1904; athletic director, Mackenzie 
School, 1904-09; teaching. 



1901 

Chapel, Linn Sanford, 214 Birchwood Ave., 
Elmira Heights, N. Y.; taught school, 
Kalamazoo, Mich., 1905-6; proprietor of 
coal business. 

Dawiey, Carroll Hamilton, 512 Walnut Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; real estate, 825 University 
Block. 

Evans, Edgar Grove, 229 Willett Ave., Port 
Chester, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 
B. S., 1905; University of Gottingen, Ph. 
D., 1908; instructor of chemistry, Simmons 
College, Boston, Mass. 

Holmes, Stewart Russell, Harrisburg, Pa., 
care of Engineers' Club, Second and Wal- 
nut Sts. 

Hutchinson, James Howard, 5 W. 125th St., 
New York City, N. Y.; principal of High 
School. East Bloomfleld, N. Y., 1905-08; 
grad. student, Columbia University. 

Larkin, John Walter, 415 Tompkins St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; civil engineer, transit- 
man. Solvay Process Co. 

Lisle, David Bevan, Holland Patent, N. Y.; 
principal of High School. 

McKeg, Joseph Sewali, Montour Falls, N. 
Y.; mercantile. 

Merrill, Fred Still man, 39 James, Carthage. 
N. Y.; newspaper reporter. 

Wheatley, William Hiram, Hamilton, N. Y.; 
theological student. 

Whitman, Roswell B., Toms River, N. J. 

York, Qeorge Morell, Waterloo, N. T.; grad. 
Colgate University, 1907; taught at Water- 
loo, N. Y., 1907-09; commercial repre- 
sentative, Olnn & Co., 70 Fifth Ave., New 
York City. 

1902 

Bower, George Franklin, 1 Wall St, New 
York City, N. Y. 

Callahan, Eugene B., 25 Jackson St., Little 
Falls, N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 
1904; school principal, 1897-02; instructor 
mathematics. High School, 1907-08; super- 
intendent of public schools. 



Grant. Howard Pendleton, Norwich, N. Y. 

Nicholson, Waiter Curtis, 134 N. Sixth Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; teacher of English, his- 
tory and public speaking, Greenwich High 
School, Greenwich, Conn. 

Storms, Chelsea, L., 230 Connecticut St., 
Buffalo. N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, 
1906; gi-ad. University of Buffalo, 1909; 
dentist, 915 Main St. 

Hadden, Charles Wesley, Swarthmore P*re. 
School, Swarthmore, Pa.; teacher of Ger- 
man, Swarthmore Pre. School. 

1903 

Alderman, Alfred Glover, 414 St. Catharine 
St., Louisville, Ky.; grad. Colgate Uni- 
versity, 1907. B. A.; Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. 

Bailey, Earl Franklyn, 360 Fenimore St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cottretl, Arthur M., Dickinson Seminary, 
Williamsport, Pa.; teacher, Wllliamsport 
Dickinson Seminary. 

Hatch, Charles Francis, 1410 Glrard St. N. 
W., Washington, D. C; special agent. 
Bureau of Corporations, department of 
Commerce and Labor. 

Hawkins, Adrian Crandall, LitUe Falls. X. Y. 

Montgomery, Ralph Dimmick, Plymouth, N. 
Y. ; internal revenue agent. Treasury 
I>ept., Porto Rico. 

Murdock, Carleton Chase, 81 Chestnut St., 
Cooperstown, N. Y. ; grad. Colgate Univer- 
sity, 1907; instructor University of Maine, 
1907-08; instructor of physics, Cornell 
University. 

Simons, Qeorge Henry, 4 Linden Ave., Troy, 
New York. 

1904 

Butterfleld, CassJus Folts, Cameron, N. Y. ; 
teaching. 

Capron, Arthur Banfleid, 352 Franklin Ave.. 
Mt. Vernon, N. T.; surgical appliances, 
108 E. Twenty- third St., New York City. 

Carton, Raymond Henrv, Massena. N. Y.; 
grad. Colgate University, B. S., 1909. 

Clark, George Edward, Glencoe, 111.; with 
Silver, Burdett & Co., publishers, 378 
NVabawh Ave., Chicago. 

Conlon, William Sylvester, Oswego, N: Y.; 
grad. Colgate University, B. S., 1909. 

Dempsev, Albert Young, 1 Wilson Ave., 
Flushing, N. Y.; instructor in mathe- 
matics 1907-08; accident Insurance agent, 
180 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hayden, William Rightmire, 612 S. Crouse 
Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.; instructor in sci- 
ence, Keystone Academy, Factoryville, Pa., 
1908-09; chemist. 

Houseman, William Lynn, 42H Greenbush 
St.. Cortland, N. Y.; grad. Colgate Uni- 
versity, 1908; instructor in science. Cen- 
tral High School. 

Lisle, Warren Ersklne, 2330 Fifteenth St., 
Troy, N. Y.; traveling salesman, Henry 
Holmes & Son. 

Loudon, Kenneth Brewster, 233 S. Third 
Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y., with the Un- 
derwriters' Salvage Co., of New York, 5-15 
Sullivan St., New York City. 

Thompson, Rollln Walton, Bast Bloomfleld, 
N. Y.; principal East Bloomfleld High 
School. 

Tobin, Richard Francis, Y. M. C. A., Oak 
Park. Ill,; chemist, C. & N. W. Ry. For- 
tieth Ave. shops. Chicago, 111. 

Whittaker, Leiand James, 320 Cayuga St., 
Fulton, N. Y.; agent U. S. Express Co. 

Wiles, Ben Lewis, 113 College Place, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; trans, to New York Beta; 
grad. University of Syracuse, Ph. B., 
1908; lawyer, 317 S. A. & K. Bldg. 



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1905 

Bowman, Leon Cross, Gouvemeur, N. T.; 

grad. Colgate University, A. B., 1909. 
Chase, Lawrence Seward, Whitesville, N. 

Y.; grad. Colgate University, B. S., 1909. 
Clark, Arthur Leman, 7412 Race St., Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; grad. Colgate University, B. S.. 

1908. 
Clark, Herman Francis, Manlius, N. Y.; 

grad. Colgate University, A. B., 1909. 
Hays, Harry H., 718 W. First St., Elmira, 

N. Y.; lawyer, 112 Lake SL 
Kohler, Francis Ulysees, 6 £2rwin, Boonville, 

N. Y.; minister. 
JenklnSf Manford Monroe, 1003 I^afayette 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; teacher of physics. 

New York City schools. 
Krug, George Henry, 817 Bleecker St., Utica, 

N. Y.; grad. Colgate University, B. S., 

1909. 
Landon, Lyndon Holt, DeKaib, N. Y. 
Russell, Earnest Bert, Massena, N. Y. 
Smith, Ray Mosher, Spencer, N. Y.; grad. 

Colgate University, B. S., 1909. 
Welch, Harmon Charles, 7 Peme, Bing- 

hampton, N. Y. 

1906 

Bray, Reginald Q., Stittsville, N. Y. 
Campbell, Leon Abbott, Newport. N. J. 
Flavelle, William, Newark. N. J. 
Lahey, John A., Massena, N. Y. 
Newcomb, Walter Cattell, Newport, N. J. 
Volovick, George G., Asbury Park, N. J. 
■York, Hal John, West Edmeston, N. Y. 

1907 

Barnes, Edgar Stewart, Newburgh, N. Y. 
Burhyte, Egbert Lamonte, 948 Washington, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Davis, George Marrlner, North Adams. Mass. 



Durkee, Clarence George, Augusta. N. Y. 
Garter, Feilx Frederick, Clarkston, Mich. 
Gibbs, Raymond Bower, Clarkston, Mich. 
Keegan, Claude Waldo, Elvansville, Wis. 
Leonard, Francis Edward, Pittsfleld. Mass. 
Lisle, Herbert, Troy, N. Y. 
Pierce, Hallett Ray, Wrentham. Mass. 
Smith, Earl Eugene, Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Woolfenden, William, 4 Highland Ave., 

Utica, N. Y.; salesman, H. A. Metz & Co., 

New York City. 

1908 

Allen, Robert WInfleld, Wrentham, Mass. 

Bridges, Guy Groves, Massena, N. Y. 

Chapman, Frank Webb* Bristolville, Ohio. 

Cooke, Edgar Leon, 61 Walnut St.. Bing- 
hamton. N. Y. 

Dike, Clarence Sheldon, Lake Placid, N. Y. 

Jones, Harry Spencer, Trenton, N. Y. 

Kellam, Ray Hopkins, 71 Leroy St., Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

Marshall, Walter Leonard, Smith St., Port 
Chester N. Y. 

Roberts, William' Noel, Holland Patent, N. Y. 

Smith, George Messenger, 609 N. Thirty- 
third St., E. St. Louis, 111. 

1909 

Glaser, CaH Henry, 318 Washington Ave., 

Warren. Ohio; trans, to Ohio Epsilon. 
Gould, De Alton Fay, Sherburne, N. Y. 
Guthrie, David Irving, Port Chester, N. Y. 
Hammond, Walter Charles, Amsterdam, New 

York. 
Hose, Titus Sheard, LitUe Falls. N. Y. 
Piatt, Clarence Arthur, Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Stndllnger, John Raymond, Port Chester, 

New York. 
Thomas, Roberts Burton, Watklns, N. Y. 
Tyler, Roland, 27 Ivy Road, Maiden, Mass.; 

salesman, Home Educator Co.. Boston. 



NEW YORK ZETA. 



BROOKLYN POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE. 

BROOKLYN. NEW YORK. 

FOUNDED JUNE 19, 1893. CHARTER MEMbERS: T. J. ARMS, 

F. W. CHANDLER, H. T. McCONNELL, C. W. NICHOLS, E. A. 
TANCHERT, R, H. THOMPSON, N. T. BEERS, JR., G. H. BENNETT, 

G. H. HUBBARD, H. W. LEITCH, J. G. UNDEBHILL, H. W. 
DRESSER, P. BONYNGE, T. COCKS, J. J. ROONEY, H. S. DOWNS. 



1893 

Arms, Theodore Jesup, 211 Cornell Ave., 
Swarthmore, Pa.; grad. Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, B. S 1892, E. E. 1893; paymaster, 
U. S. Navy, care Navy Dept., Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

Beers, Nathan Thomas, Jr., 86S Prospect 
Place, Brookljrn, N. Y.; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Bennett, George Henry, 287 Garfleld Place. 
Brooklyn. N. Y.: storage. 17 S. William 
St., New York City. 

Bonynge, Paul, 104 Gates Ave., Brooklyn. 
N. y: ; lawyer. 49 Wall St., New York City. 

Chandler, Frank Wadieigh, 22 Orange St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; professor at the Poly- 
technic. 99 Livingston St. 

Cocks, Townsend, 190 Grove St.. Montclair. 
N. J.; treasurer, N. J. Car Spring & Rub- 
ber Co., Jersey City, N. J. 

Hubbard, Guy Homer, 503 Everett BIdg., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Lertik, Howard Wallace, 375 Manhattan 
Ave.. Brookljrn, N. Y. 

MacConnell, Harry Truman, 115 S. Elliott 
Place. Brooklyn, N. Y.; producer in the- 
atrical business. 

Nichols, Charles W., 406 Clinton Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Rooney, John Joseph, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Tanchert, Emil August, 50 North Road, Nut- 
ley, N. J.; member New York Stock Ex- 
change, 43 Exchange Place, New York 
City. 

Thompson, Ralph Harrison, Bloomfleld, N. J. 

Underbill, John Garret, Hotel St. George, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1894 

Bristol, Irving Judd, 215 W. 121st St., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Crosby, Arthur Alexander, 15 W. 91st St., 

New York City, N. Y.; president, Crosby 

& Co., 2123 Broadway. 
Downs, Herbert Spencer, 162 St. Johns Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; with Nashawannuck Mfg. 

Co., 68 Worth St.. New York City. 
Halght, Andrew Henry, Mlllbrook, N. Y.; 

trans, to N. Y. Alpha; civil engineer. 



Putnam, Charles C, Jr., Gray Court, Pacific 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rhoades, John Howard, 16 St. James Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; manager, The New York 

News Co., 15 Warren St., New York City. 
Sherman, Frederick Taylor, Jr., 265 Henry 

.St., BrookJyn, N. Y.; trust clerk. Morton 

Trust Co., New York City. 
Webbt Leonard Sherrlll, New Brunswick, 

N. J.: with Webb Wire Works. 

1896 

Bergen, Jacob Isaac, 171 Henry St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; lawyer, 60 Wall St. New York 
City. 

Dresser. Horace William, 389 Linwood Ave.. 
Buffalo, N. Y.; asst. secretary. Common- 
wealth Trust Co. 

Muller, Alfred. 232 Baltic St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Moore, Paul Olcott, 151 Remsen St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Pate, Carlton Overton, 1129 Dean St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.: insurance broker, 100 William 
St., New York City. 

1896 

Bush, Archibald B., 135 Lincoln Place. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; machinery dealer, .60 
Church St.. New York City. 

Henshaw, Walter Perclval, 79 State St.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; _grad. Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Brooklyn, B. S. 1898; master at 
Ridgefleld School, RIdgefleld, Conn. 

Tangeman, Cornelius H., 5 W\ 45th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

TIebout, Cornelius Henry, Jr., 921 Lincoln 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.; grad. Brooklyn 
Polytechnic Institute, A. B. 1907; Colum- 
bia University, A. M. 1908; secretary, 
Gleason-Tiebout Glass Co. 

Webb, Ernest Ha Heck, New Brunswick, N. 
J.; president. The W^ebb Wire Works. 

1897 

Beardsley, Sterling Sherman, 345 W. 74th 
St., New York City, N. Y. 



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78 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATEHXITY. 



Douaherty, Walter Hampden, 33 W. 72d St., 
New York City, N. Y.; actor. 

Downs, Daniel Frederick, 152 St. Johns 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.; banking, 43 Ex- 
change Place, New York City. 

Qale, Alexander Bates, 140 Henry St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; broker, 42 Broadway, 
New York City. 

Qtatz, Edgar Beckwith, 65 W. 87th St., New 
York City. N. Y.; treasurer, Arlington Re- 
frigerator Co., 341 Broadway. 

Kimball, Richard Bowland, Adamsville, R. I. 

Langeman, C. H., 276 Berkeley Place, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

1898 

Behr, Qustave Edward, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Downs, Ira Bertine, 563 Flatbush Ave., Buf- 
falo, N. Y.; salesman, Wellington, Sears & 
Co., 66 Worth St., New York City. 

Hamilton, Clayton Meeker, The Players, 16 
Gramercy Park, New York City, N. Y.; 
tutor in English. Columbia University, 
1901-4; extension lecturer since 1903; au- 
thor; dramatic critic and associate editor. 
The Forum, since 1907, 45 E. 42d St. 

Howe, James R., Jr., 188 S. 9th St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Koch, Paul Harry, 612 Ocean Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Leberthon, Henry Grinned, 61 Poplar St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Voorheet, Isaac Spurr, Klamath Falls, Ore.; 
asst. engineer, united States Reclamation 
Service. 

1899 

Bristow, Walter Melville, 18 Pollumus Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; civil engineer, 44 Court 

Street. 
Chilver, Edward A., Roselle, L. I. 
Kalbflelsch, Karl H., 15 Cranberry St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; traveling salesman, shoe 

manufacturing. Jay and Water Sts. 
VanVranken, John Kellum, Fulton St., 

Hempstead, N. Y.; real estate, 8-10 W. 

40th St.. New York City. 
Wurster, Frederick William, Jr.. 170 Rodney 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; manufacturer, 375 

Kent Ave. 

1900 

Boughton, Everett William, 917 16th St. N. 
W., Washington. D. C; grad. Brooklyn 
Polytechnic, 1903; asst. chemist. Bureau 
of Chemistry. 

Bristol, Percy WInans, 433 3d St., Brooklyn, 
l^ew York 

Dassorl, Fred H., 229 Harrison St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Murphy, James Edward, Ft. Hamilton Ave. 
and 85th St., New York City. 

Rapelje, Walter Suydam, 568 Jamaica Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; analytical chemist, U. S. 
Navy Yard, Brooklyn. 

Robinson, Herbert Jester, 315 Hawthorne 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; civil engineering, in- 
spector in construction dept,, Brooklyn 
Union Gas Co., Kent Ave. and Cross St. 



1901 

Boyd, Hugh, 45 W. Mohawk St., Buffalo, 

N. Y.: steam eng. dept., Lackawanna 

Steel Co. 
Ferguson, Cornelius, Jr., 22d and Bath Aves., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gluck, Carl R., 402 Hart St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Journey, Henry Perim, 280 Washington Ave., 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Kllngberg, Emanuel C<, 139 Nevins St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y 



Pirie, Gordon Lennox, 1134 Judson Ave.. 
Bvanston, 111.; sunt., Carson, Pirie, Scott 
& Co., State and Madison Sts., Chicago. 

1902 

Bendernagel, James F., Jr., 89^ Division 

Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Broadhurst, William Channing, 396 Hancock, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; grad. Brooklyn Polytech- 

nical Institute, 1905; electrical engineer. 
Ferguson, Clarence P., Jr., Ocean Parkway 

and Ave, N., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MacCarty, George 1^., 301 Putnam Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Spelman, Harry, 196 8th Ave,, Brooklyn, 

New York. 

1903 

D'Esterre, Louis, 236 Meserole St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; millinery business. 

D'Esterre, Wlillam H., Jr., 236 Meserole 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Fongera, E., Jr., 425 8th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sydney 
New York. 



Jones, Sj 



W., 274 Henry St., Brooklyn, 



jKiyi 
., Bi 



Lathrop, Edward F., Jr., 632 Willoughby 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

IVIItchell, Robert W., 1820 Bay 15th, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Sartorius, August M., 184 Washington Park. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; chemist. 

Zoebisch, Alfred Theodore, Mansion House, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; electrical engineer. 

1904 

Buechner, Carl August, 225 83d St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. ; salesman. Diamond Rubber Co., 
1876 Broadway, New York City, 

Post, Arthur Wood, Westbury, L. I., N. Y. 

1905 

Bangs, George Harold, 431 W. 163d St.. New 

York City, N. Y.; trans, to N. Y. Gamma. 
Carey, Thomas Fortune, 232 Vernon Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Child, Roland Speakman, 22 Garden Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; Instructor, Polytechnic 

Institute of Brooklyn. 
Dellert, Joseph Gustave, 76 St. Marks Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; electrical engineer. 
Leslie, Edward Andrew, 262 Hancock St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
O'Rourke, James Francis, 337 45th St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y.; secretary, John H. 

O'Rourke Co., 264 39th St. 
Piatt, Jones Henry, 655 Jefferson Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Tag, Albert H., 243 Hancock St., Brooklyn, 

New York. 
VanLeoan, Eugene M., Portland, Ore.; 1120 

Board of Trade Bldg. 
Widman, Oscar Otto, 866 Park Place, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

1906 

Broadhurst, Philip Harvey, 320 Greene Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; teacher, New York pub- 
lic schools. 

King, Benjamin, New Liondon, Conn. 

Martin, John B., Brentwood, L. I. 

Norman, George Sloan, 75 Downing St., 
Brooklyn, N. r.; mgr. marine dept.. Dear- 
l>orn Drug & Chemical Works, 299 Broad- 
way, New York City. 

Payne, Henry Edwin, 914 Bedford Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; rector, 176 St. Nicholas 
Avenue. 

Ross, James Dunbar, 1263 Pacific St, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 



BROOKLYN IH>LYTE('HNIC' INSTITUTE. 



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Sartorius, Hermann Uht» 184 Washington 

Park, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Snnlth, Vinton, 34 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn, 

New York. 

1907 

Andarson, Raymond Sparrow, 107 L^fferts 
Place. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Balchar, Edwin Seymour, 46 Livingfiton St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hanbury, Hmrry T., 4700 Sixth Ave., Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 

Horton, Edward Everett, 316 Carlton Ave., 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; actor. 

Saunderson, Frank W., Cedarhurst. L. I. 

Taylor. Allen Lounsbury, 101 Keep St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1908 

Codwiee, George Wallace, 34 Jefferson Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Gibson, Robert WlUlam, 147 Linden Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jannus, Roger Welghtman, 1963 Biltmore 
St.. Washington. D. C. 

Jones, Theodore C., 278 6th Ave., Brooklyn. 
New York. 

Peacock, Chester J., 327 Quincy St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y, ; electrical engineer. 

Ughetta, Pompeo J. C, 652 Flatbush Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1909 

Child, William Speakman, 22 Garden Place. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Goddard, P. M., Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ives, Dwight Stone, 430 Colony St., Meriden. 

Conn. 
Roswell, E. S., New York City. 
Simonson, W., MIneola. L. I. 
Vandewater, William Wallace, Jr., 72 Hart 

St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



MARYLAND ALPHA, 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. 

BALTIMORE. MD. 

FOUNDED JULY 18, 1879, BY HIBAM WOODS, JR., NELSON 
PALMEB, H. V. D. BOWDOIN, D. M. MURRAY AND GEORGE l\ 
GEPHART. 



1879 

Alexander, William John, Toronto, Canada. 

Bowdoln, H. J., Baltimore, Md.; lawyer, Md. 
Trust Bldg. 

Hodges, Sebastian; address unknown. 

Murray, Daniel Maynadler, ElUcott City, 
Md. 

Woods, Hiram, 842 Park Ave.. Baltimore. 
Md.; president Maryland Medical and 
Chirursrical Faculty; professor eye and 
ear diseases University of Md.; surgeon, 
Presby. Eye and Ear Hospital, LTnlversIty 
Hospital, Union Protestant Infirmary, and 
consulting surgeon eye and ear diseases. 
Hospital for Crippled Children. 



1880 

Qittings, D. Sterrett, 231 W. Preston St.. 
Baltimore, Md.; real estate, D. Sterrett 
Gittlngs & Co. 

Price, Herbert Lee, Baltimore. Md.; lj,wyer, 
U. S. Fidelity & Guarantee Bldg. 

Thomas, Henry M., 1228 Madison Ave.. Bal- 
timore. Md.; physician. 

1881 

Glenn, William L., Emmonton, Md.; clergy- 
man. 

Guard, William John, Metropolitan Opera 
House. New York City. N. Y. 

Liebig, Randolph Aloyslus, Colorado Springs, 
Coio. 

Pennlman, George Dobbin, Baltimore. Md.; 
lawyer. B. & O. Bldg. 

Prescott, Philip M., Metropolitan Club, 
Washington. D. C; minister. 

Randall, Thomas Henry, New York City. 



1882 

Chapin, Robert, Chicago, III. 

Hastings, Thomas W., 72 W. 82nd St., New 
York City; physician. 

Howard, Charles Morris, Baltimore. Md.; 
lawyer, 700 Equitable Bldg. 

McLane, Jr., Allan, 1035 N. Calvert St., Bal- 
timore. Md.; lawyer. 

Smith, Nathan R., 809 Park Ave., Baltimore, 
Md.; physician. 



1883 

Carroll, John Howell, Cadiz. Spain. 

Mussey, William Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pennlman, W. B. D., 213 Courtlandt St., 
Baltimore. Md.; chemist. 

Pleasants, John, 1107 St. Paul St., Baltimore. 
Md.; lawyer; clerk of Circuit Court -No. 2 
of Baltimore. 

Pleasants, Jr., R. Hall, 606 Central St.. Bal- 
timore, Md.; lawyer. 

Randall, Daniel R., Annapolis, Md.; lawyer. 

Worthington, Thomas Kimble, Baltimore,. 
Md. 

1884 

Brune, Herbert M., Baltimore, Md.; lawyer, 
841 Calvert Bldg. 

Cromwell, William Kennedy, Lake Roland 
P. O., Baltimore. Md. ; manufacturer, Goudy 
Cotton Stitched Belting; president, Goudy 
Belting Company. 

Poe, Samuel Johnson, 1021 St. Paul St., Bal- 
timore. Md.; A. B. Princeton, 1884; A. M., 
1887; LL.B., University of Maryland, 1887; 
1st It. and adjutant 6th Maryland U. S. 
Vol. Inft., 1898; auditor of Circuit Courts 
of Baltimore City since 1899; lawyer, 100 E. 
Lexington St. 

1886 

Dashlell, Paul J., Annapolis. Md.; member 
U. S. Football Rules Commission; instruc- 
tor. I". S. Naval Academy. 

Gordon, Douglas H., 1009 N. Charles St., 
Baltimore. Md.; president. International 
Trust Co. of Maryland. 

Randall, Wyatt William, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.; 
A. B.. St. Johns College; Ph.D.. Johns 
Hopkins, 1890; associate in chemistry. 
Johns Hopkins I'niverslty, 1890-8; science 
master, Lawrence vlUe, 1898-1900; professor 
chemistry. Tome Institute. 1900-1; now 
head master, Mackenzie School. 



1886 

Brown, Hamilton McFarland, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Robinson, Ralph, 1010 N. Charles St.. Bal- 
timore. Md.; lawyer, member Arm of Bond, 
Robinson & Duffy. 



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1889 

Borrough, Jr., Horace, 509-11 W. Lombard 
St., Baltimore, Md.; president, Borrough 
Bros. Chemical Mtg. Co. 

Brown, Thomas Morris; address unknown. 

Casey, George, 299 Broadway, New York 
City. 

Carey, Nelson Poe, 42 Rockwell St., Nor- 
wich. Conn., minister. 

Johnston, Robert Chapham, Chicasro, 111. 

Lanier, Berwick B., 56 W. Chase St. Balti- 
more, Md. : physician. 

Mackenzie, Arthur Stanley, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

McKay, Charles Roy, New York City, N. Y. 

Mitchell, James F^ 1344 19th St.. N. W., 
Washlngrton, D. C.; physician. 

Mustard, Wilfred Pirt, 18 W. Hamilton St.. 
Baltimore, Md.; professor of Latin in 
Haverford College, 1893-1907; coUegrlate 
professor of Latin in Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 

1890 

Agelasto, M. A., Norfolk, Va.; cotton broker. 

Grlfflss, Wllmot, Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Lee, John Leypold Grtfflth, 12 K. Lexington 
St., Baltimore. Md.; ^ad. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1893; law school, University of 
Md., 1894; asst. U. S. attorney for Mary- 
land, 1896-1898; member General Assembly 
of Maryland, 1896; colonel on staff. Edwin 
Warfleld, Governor of Maryland, 1904-08; 
lawyer. 

Smith, Jr., Allan P., The Rochambeau, Bal- 
timore, Md.; iron business. 

Wllloughby, Westel Woodbury, 8 Club Road, 
Roland Fark, Md.; A. B., Johns Hopkins 
University, 1888; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins. 
1891; professor of political science, Johns 
Hopkins University. 

1891 

Baer, William S., 4 E. Madison St., Balti- 
more, Md.; surgeon, associate professor 
Johns. Hopkins Medical School. 

Maynard, George T., Washington. D. C. 

Opie, Eugene Lindsay, 161 E. 79th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; M. D., Johns Hopkins 
Medical School. 1897; Johns Hopkins TTnl- 
verslty; member of the Rockefeller Insti- 
tute for Medical Research, 66th St. and 
Ave. H. 

Pennlman, Thomas O., 922 Cathedral St., 
Baltimore, Md.; consulting electrician. 

1892 

Anderson, William Peirce, Chicago, III.; 
architect, care Bumham & Co., The 
Rookery. 

Brown, Laurason, Trudeau P. O., N. Y.; 
A. B.. Johns Hopkins, 1895; M. D., Johns 
Hopkins, 1900; resident physician, Adiron- 
dack Cottage Sanitarium since 1901. 

Clark, Charles Bevan, 10 E. Lexington St., 
Baltimore, Md.; engineering and contract- 
ing. 

Crampton, Warren Harlan, 713 St. Paul St., 
Baltimore. Md.; iron and steel business. 

Guy, Daniel Dorsey; address unknown; 
newspaper work. 

Hllles, William S., 206 Goodwood Gardens, 
Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas, Frank Snowden, Baltimore, Md. 

Whitetock, W. Wallace; address unknown. 

1893 

Apelasto, Jr., Alexander Michael, Norfolk, 
Va.; cotton broker. 



Knight, Charles Harwood, Baltimore Coun- 
try Club, Roland Park, Md.; piano busi- 
ness, care Saunders & Stayman Co., 15 N. 
Charles St., Baltimore. 

Lilly, William D., 1307 Bolton St., Baltimore, 
Md.; tobacco business. 

McCormIck, Clarence K., New York City, 
N. Y.: broker and capitalist. Wall St. 

McCormIck, Willis S., New York City, N. Y.; 
broker and capitalist. Wall St. 



1894 , 



Baetjer, Frederick Henry, Catonsville, Md.; 
A. B., 1897. and M. D., 1901, Johns Hopkins 
University; associate in surgery, Johns 
Hopkins University and Hospital; visiting 
surgeon. Church Home and Infirmary, and 
the l^nion Protestant Infirmary; physician, 
4 E. Madison St.. Baltimore. 

Dawson, Percy Millard, Station L. Balti- 
more, Md.; A. B.. 1894, and M. D., 1898, 
Johns Hopkins University; associate pro- 
fessor, Johns Hopkins ITnlverslty. 

Hill, George Henry, 1414 Union St., Sche- 
nectady. N. Y.; asst. engineer. Railway & 
Traction Dept., General Electric Co. 

1895 

Belknap, Robert E., 305 Western Union 
Bldg., Chicago, 111.; grad. Johns Hopkins 
Univ., 1897; Chicago sales agent. The 
Pennsylvania Steel Co., and Maryland 
Steel Co. 

Jones, Jr., Andrew D., 512 5th Ave., New 
York City. N. Y. 

Lacy, Robert, Washington, D. C; engineer- 
ing department. Southern Railway. 

Longcope, Warfleld T., University Hospital, 
Philadelphia. Pa.; physician. 

Machen, Jr., Arthur Webster, 217 W^. Mon- 
ument St.. Baltimore, Md.; A. B.. Johns 
Hopkins ITnlverslty, 1896; LL.B., Harvard 
University, 1899; author; lawyer, 36-9 Cen- 
tral Savings Bank Bldg. 

1896 

Bosley, John Robert, Manila, P. I.; captain 

U. S. Army. ^^^ ,^. 

Howard, Arthur C, Baltimore, Md.; with 
National Union Bank. 

1897 

Burrell, James Luther Albert, American 
Consulate, Magdelnirg, Germany; Johns 
Hopkins University, 1900; attached to 
American Consulate-General. Munich. 
1901; Magdeburg. 1902; Vice-Consul since 
1904. ,^^, „^ 

Fischer, John Somervllle, 9 E. Blddle St., 
Baltimore. Md.; physician. 

Mullen, James Morflt, 136 Richmond St., Bal- 
timore, Md.; lawyer. 

Routh, Jr., James Edward, Washington 
University, St. Louis, Mo.; Instructor In 
English. ,^ „ 

Wooidrldae, Powhatan J., Peewee Valley, 
Louisville, Ky.; chemist. 

1898 

Anderson, Roger B. Tawney, West Point, 
N. Y.; minister. « „ , «. 

Brady, Jr., James Henry, 804 St. Paul St 
Baltimore, Md.; stock broker, Calvert & 
German Sts. 

Lilly, Wethered Ludlow, Baltimore, Md. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATER>.'lTy. 



Machen, John Gresham, 39 Alexander Hall. 
Seminary. Princeton, N. J.; A. B., Johns 
Hopkins. 1901; B. D., Princeton Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1906; instructor in the 
New Testament, Princeton Theologrical 
Seminary since 1906. 

Purcell, T. Noei DcL., London, Engrland; 
care Brown, Shipley & Co. 

Shriver, William Payne, New York City. N. 
Y.; A. B., Johnfl Hopkins I'nlversity, 1901; 
Union Theological Seminary; asst. sunt. 
Dept. of Immigration. Board of Home Mis- 
sions Presbyterian Church in U. S. A., 156 
Fifth Ave. 

Spencer, Lindsay Coleman, 1213 N. Calvert 
St., Baltimore. Md.; lawyer. 609 Keyser 
BIdg.. Baltimore. Md. 

1899 

Baetjer, Howard, 2324 Callow Ave., Balti- 
more. Md.; supt.. Crown Cork & Seal Co., 
Eastern Ave. A 12th St. 

Heald, Harry Brlggs, 4200 Sheridan Ave., 
S., Minneapolis. Minn.; grad. Oenenil Theo- 
logical Seminary. N. Y. City. 1907; clergy- 
man of Episcopal Church. 

Noble, Edward Richards, 27 W. South St.. 
Wilkes -Bar re, Pa.; clergyman of Episcopal 
Church. 

Rous, Francis Peyton, 309 W. 74th St., New 
York City. N. Y.; B. A., Johns Hopkins 
I'niv.. 1900; M. D.. Johns Hopkins Med- 
ical School, 1905; resident house officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1905-6; instructor 
ill pathology. ITnlversity of Michigan, 
1906-8; assistant in pathology in the Rock- 
efeller Institute for Medical Research 
since 1909 

Snoerlnger, Jr., William James, 1317 N. 
Charles St.. Baltimore. Md.; packer of 
leaf tobacco, 103 Hopkins Place. 

' 1900 

Beasley, Edward Bailey, 2901 Calvert St., 

Biiltimore. Md.; physician. 
Custis, Jr., J. B. Gregg, 912 15th St., N. W., 

Washington. D. C; phvsician. 

1901 

Barnes, James, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; professor 
of physics. Bryn Mawr College. 

Foster, George Andrew, 135 Jackson St., 
Johnstown, pa.; trans, to Pa. Iota; A. B., 
Johns Hopkins. 1904; LL.B.. Pennsylvania, 
1907; lawyer, Johnstown Trust Bldg. 

Mood, James R., Summerville, S. C. 

Opie, Reginald Stevenson, 136 Richmond St., 
Baltimore, Md.; lawyer, 609 Keyser Bldg. 

1902 

Bond, Jr., Beverley Waugh, 129 Russell St., 
West Lafayette, Ind.; Ph.D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1905; professor. Purdue 
University. 

Custis, Horace Hatch, 912 15th St.. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

Ehlen, Frank Snowden, The Western, Park 
Ave. & Eager St, Baltimore, Md.; Rich- 
ardson Bldg. 

Owings, Thomas, 1636 N. Calvert St., Balti- 
more, Md.; architect. 

1903 

Dickey, Jr., William A., 603 Cathedral St., 
Baltimore. Md.; manufacturing woolens, 
W. A. Dickey & Sons. 



Machen, Thomas Gresham, 217 W. Monu- 
ment St., Baltimore. Md. 



1904 

BajEige, Gosta Adoifsson, Karlavagen 33, 
Stockholm. Sweden; secretary to the Swe- 
dish Royal Commission on Official Sta- 
tistics. 

Glffen, Wallls, 1004 N. Charles St.. Balti- 
more, Md.; lawyer. 

1906 

Abel, George HInman, Station I^, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Bioomfield, Arthur Leonard, 863 Park Ave., 
Baltimore. Md. 

Pedrick, Franklin Burch, Washington. D. C. 

Perce, Jr., LeGrand Windfleld, 1016 Madi- 
son Ave., Baltimore, Md.; lawyer. 

Ruth, Thomas OeCoursey, 208 Edge\*ale 
Road. Roland Park, Md. 



1906 

Bird, Brooke G., 314 Roland Ave., Baltimore, 
Md. 

Graff- Baker, William Sebastian, 8 Queen's 
Mansions. Brook Green. London, England; 
student. Central Technical College, Exhi- 
bition Road, London. 

Bond, William L., 107 N. Carey St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Chew, Jr., Samuel Ciaggett, Roland Park, 
Md. 

Hill, J. Bancroft, 2120 N. Charles St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Haupt, Walter Clark, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins 
l-nivei-slty. 1908. 

Woods, Alan C, 842 Park Ave.. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Id07 

Bosley, Chauncey Brooks, 1403 Park Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Corner, George W., 212 Ridgewood Road, 
Roland Park. Md. 

Goddard, Calvin H., "The Albion," Balti- 
more, Md. 

Murray, John Gardner, <|r., St. Charles Ave. 
& 37th St.. Baltimore, Md. 

Musser, Jr., Harvey H., Akron. Ohio. 

Preston, George H., 819 N. Charles St., Bal- 
timore. Md. 

Waters, Wilmer Berry, ''The Preston," Bal- 
timore, Md. 

1908 

Fulton, John S., 2211 St. Paul St., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Haupt, Harold, Madison Ave., Baltimore. 
Td. 



Md. 



1909 



Brady, Leo, 804 St. Paul St.. Baltimore. Md. 

Carter. Julian Gold, 2900 N. Calvert St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Ellicott, Charles Ellis, Melvale, Md. 

Penniman, John Alex Dushane, Hawthorne 
Hill, Bellmore Road, Roland Park. Balti- 
more. Md. 



VIRGINIA ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. 

NEAR CHARLOTTESVILLE. ALBEMARLE CO.. VIRGINIA. 

FOUNDED IN OCTOBER, 1853, BY CHAKLKS P. T. MOOBE, M. 
JAMES HA>rGEB, JAMES BUMGARDNEB, P. 8. BBAFOBD AND 
J. A. JETEB. 



1863 

Aston, Charles C. J.» Farmersvllle, Tex.; 
surgeon in €4th Va. Confederate Infantry; 
physician. 

Bumgardner, James, Jr., 209 N. Aususta St., 
Staunton, Va.: admitted to bar, 1858; 
served In Confederate army; attorney for 
the commonwealth of Augusta county, 
1865-85; lawyer, member Arm of Bumgard- 
ner & Bumgardner, Masonic Temple. 

Hanger, Marshall James, St»iunton. Va.; 
cavalry corps, Army of Va. ; admitted to 
bar, 1856; member Va. House of Delegates. 
1869; spealcer, House of Delegates. 1871- 
77; consul at Bermuda, 1893-98; lawyer. 

Johnston, H. G., Pearlsburg, Va.; physician. 

McCorkle, William Alexander, Mooresburg, 
Tenn.; physician. 

Michie, Benjamin Franklin; address un- 
known; lawyer. 

Morgan, James William, 221 Seminary. Flor- 
ence. Ala.; county commissioner, 10 3'ears; 
ex- cotton planter; ex- editor. 

Person, Junius R., Branchville, Va.; farmer. 

Sayers, Samuel R., Wytheville, Va.; physi- 
cian and surgeon. 

Wertenbaker, Charles C, 203 E. Main St., 
University, Va.; manufacturer. 

1864 

Cobb, John F., Danville, Va.; lawyer. 
Corbin, Spottswood Weltford, LaGrange, Va.; 

farmer. 
Cureton, Marquis Lafayette, Marion, Ala.; 

la'wver 
Qage, William A., Mobile, Ala.; merchant 
Perkins, James D., Scottsville, Va.; farmer. 
Rogers, Preston, Louisville, Ky.; real estate. 
Smith, Archbald Magiii, Winchester, Va.; 

educator. 
Warwick, Abram D., Lynchburg, Va. 
Wilde, John Richard; address unknown. 
Wood, Felix, Columbus, Miss. 

1866 

Harrison, Edmund, HopkinsviUe, Ky.; teach- 
er. Bethel (Female) College. 

Hunter, Robert Waterman, The Capitol, 
Richmond, Va.; member of Va. legislature; 
major and adjutant general, C. S. A.; law- 
yer. 



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Lockett, Powhatan, Marion Ala.; capt., C 
S. A.; lawyer: Judge. 

McCorkle, Alfred L., Carrollton, Mo.; phy- 
sician. 

Murray, James, Wirsham, Va. ; minister. 

Norveil, Charles, Lynchburg, Va. ; lawyer. 

Sea if e, Moses G. B., Carmel Hill, S. C. 

Urquhart, Joseph Williamson, Southampton, 
Va. ; lawyer. 

Winchester, Boyd, St. Matthews, Ky.; mem- 
ber of state senate, 1867-68; member of 
Congress, 1869-73; U. S. minister to Swit- 
iceiiand, 1S85-89; lawyer. 

1866 

Anderson, Richard R., Richmond, Va.; law- 
yer, 821 E. Main St. 

Hurt, Ashley Davis, Tulane University, New 
Orleans. La.; educator. 

Jennings, Clement Anderson, Salisbury, Mo.; 
physician. 

Wilson, Robert, 44 Savage St., Charleston, 
S. C. ; minister. 

1867 

Barr, James M., Richmond, Va. ; physician. 

Fitzgerald, John Patterson, Farmvllle, Va.; 
admitted to bar. 1858; Ueut.-col., 23d Va. 
regt., C. S. A.; lawyer. 

Green, John 8., Columbia, S. C. ; lawyer. 

Preston, John Montgomery, Seven Mile Ford, 
Va.; capt. in Co. B, 48th Va. regt.. Con- 
federate army; president, Marion & Rye 
Valley Mining Co.; farmer. 

1858 

Carrlngton, George William* 302 S. 4th St, 
Richmond. Va. ; trans, to Va. Epsilon; as- 
sistant surgeon and surgeon, Cfonfederate 
states army; grand secretary. Grand Lodge 
of Virginia, A. F. & A. M., Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Cocke, Charles L., Sussex C. H., Va. ; law- 
yer. 

Venable, Richard Morton, 930 N. Calvert 
St., Baltimore, Md. ; lawyer and educator. 

1869 

ingle, Osborne, Frederick, Md. ; rector of 

All Saints parish. 
Page, Henry, Princess Anne. Md. ; lawyer. 



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1860 

Gordon, Edward Clifford, 331 S. 13th St., 

Liexlni^ton, Mo.; Confederate soldier; psis- 

tor, Presbyterian Church. 
Payne, John Meem, Amlierst, Va.; captain 

C S. A. artillery; lawyer. 
Smith, John W., Meridian, Miss. 
Washington, Robert James, Oak Grove, Va.; 

lawyer. 

1866 

Bryan. Joseph, Richmond, Va.; lawyer. 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick, Culver, Ind.; 
served In Civil war; professor of Greek, 
Missouri State University; superintendent, 
Missouri Military Academy; now superin- 
tendent, Culver Military Academy. 

Tunstail. Richard Baylor, 224 Pembroke Ave.. 
Norfolk, Va.; retired lawyer, Citizens Bank 
Buildinfi:. 

1866 

Preston, Thomas Stephen, Lynchburg, Va.; 

lawyer. 
Wiimer, Joseph, Rapldan, Va.; farmer. 

1867 

Harrison, Robert Lewis, 59 Wall St., New 

York City, N. Y.; lawyer. 
Skipwlth, Peyton Horatio, 4106 Westminster 

PI., St. Louis, Mo.; manager. The Spool 

Cotton Co., 1113 Locust St. 

1868 

Bolton, Charles McNeill, 802 Franklin St., 
Olympia, Wash.; U. S. inspector of cus« 
toms, U. S. consul at Vancouver, B. C, 
1887-91; secy, and treas.. Olympia Water 
Works, 118 6th St. 

Lawrason, Samuel McCutcheon, Bayou Sara, 
La.; lawyer. 

Meade, Francis Key, Boyce, Va.; teacher. 

Seddon, James Alexander, 5341 Waterman 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; grad. Univ. of Va., 
M. A. 1870; B. L., 1872; admitted to bar. 
1873; lawyer, Missouri Trust Bldg. 

Somervllle, Robert, 205 Davis St., Greenville, 
Miss.; asst. chief engineer. Board of Miss. 
Levee Commissioners, 206 S. Walnut St, 

1869 

Johns, Arthur Shaaff, 620 G St. S. K, Wash- 
ington. D. C; Confederate army, 1862-65; 
clergyman. 

Seddon, William Cabell, 206 Ridgewood Rd.. 
Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. ; banker and 
broker. 

1870 

Bedinger, Henry. 2 Forrester St., Salem, 
Mas.s. ; rector of St. Peter's Church. 

Fauntleroy, Philip Williams; addre.ss un- 
known * law ver 

Haxall, William Newton, Barbourville. Va. 

Pendleton, Alexander Robinson, Winchester. 
Va. ; lawyer. 

Pitts, J. G., Baltimore. Md. 

1871 

Berkeley, Robert Blair, Farmvllle, Va.; law- 
yer. 

Claiborne, George Mason, New Glasgow, Va. : 
professor, Kenmore High School, Va. ; 
Trinity Hall High School, Louisville. Ky.; 
farmer and teacher. 

Macon, John Alfred; address unknown. 

Tebbs, Richard Henry, Leesburg, Va. 



Tunstail, Robert Williamson, Tome School 
for Boys, Port Deposit, Md.; principal of 
Norfolk, Va., Academy, 1882-1900; head of 
classical department and assistant direc- 
tor. Tome School. 

1872 

Cooper, Edmund, Jr., Shelbyvllle. Tenn.; 
banker. 

Wellford, Robert Carter, Warsaw, Va.; 
farmer. 

1873 

Baker, William Henry, Winchester, Va.; 
merchant. 

Tunstail, William Brooke, 814 Park St., Bal- 
timore, Md.; tobacco broker. 

Wellford, Beverley Randolph, 59 Chamber 

of Commerce. Richmond, Va.; lawyer. 

* 

1874 

Aylett, Lewis Dandrldge, Glnter Park, Rich- 
mond, Va.; secy., Virginia Trust Co. 

Heath, Hartwell P., New York City, N. Y.; 
lawyer, care Noble, Jackson & Hubbard, 
52 William St. 

Morton, S. W., New York City. N. Y. 

1875 

Blair, Joseph Paxton, 2618 St. Charles St., 

New Orleans, La.; lawyer. 
Harrison, Thomas Walter, Winchester, Va.; 

Judge. 
Wlldman, John Bentley, 206 Franklin St., 

New York City, N. Y.; inspector of corks; 

manufacturer of glass bottles. 



1876 

Anderson, Charles B., Austin, Tex.; P. O. 
inspector. 

Christian, William Edmund; address un- 
known; merchant. 

McFarland, J. M., St. Louis. Mo. 

Wellford, Armistead Landon, 112 Cathedral 
PI.. Richmond, Va.; physician. 

1877 

Brown, Alexander, 712 Cathedral St., Balti- 
more, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; senior 
partner, Alex. Brown & Sons, bankers. 

White, James Andrew, Oxford, N. C. 

Woods, Samuel Baker, Red Hill. Va.; law- 
yer and farmer. 

Wooten, Dudley G., Seattle, Wash.; lawyer. 

1878 

Dabney, Richard Heath, "Edgewood," near 
University of Virginia, Va. : grad. Uni- 
versity of Va., M. A. 1881; Ph. D. Heidel- 
berg. 1885; professor of history, Indiana 
University. 1886-89: author; professor of 
hi.stor}'. University of Virginia. 

Sheets, Arthur, Leesburg, Va. ; Journalist. 



1879 

Fawsett, George F., 130 W. 44th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; actor. 

Kent, Charles William, University of Vir- 
ginia, University. Va. : educator. 

Wilson, Woodrow, Princeton University, 
Princeton, X. J.; college president. 



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1880 

Hill, Hugh Hodge, Locust Dale, Va.; physi- 
cian. 

Hornor, Edward CialTIn, Helena, Ark.; law- 
yer; president, Bank of Helena. 

Jones, Julian Stewart, Baltimore, Md.; law- 
yer, 608 Bk]ui table Bldgr. 

Trent, William Peterfleld, 279 W. Tlst St., 
New York City, N. Y.; educator. 

1881 

Peters, James White Sheffey, "The Broad- 
lands," Kansas City, Mo.; lawyer, 825 
Scarritt Bldg. 

1882 

Davis, John Staige, University. Va. ; profes- 
sor of medicine. University of Virginia. 

Early, William Cole, 361 Front St., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; wholesale grocer. 

Randolph, William Wellford; address un- 
known; civil engrineer. 

8hafer, Joseph, Navy Dent., Washington, 
D. C; asst. surgeon, U. S. Navy, 1885. 

1883 

Bowman, William Francis. Gainesville, Tex. 
Smith, George Tucker, U. S. Naval Hospital, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; surgeon, U. S. Navy. 
Woods, Edgar, University, Va.; physician. 

1884 

Berkeley, Robert Carter, 628 Montgomery 
St., San Francisco, Cal. ; president, Berke- 
ley Steel Co. 

Blackford, Charles Minor, Lynchburg, Va. ; 
physician. 

Dlller, William Edward, Concourse and 162d 
St.. New York City, N. Y. 

Marshall, Charles Edward A., Shepherds- 
town. \V. Va.; clergyman. 

Sanders, Alexander Pierce, Emory, Va. 

Venable, Samuel Woodson, 606 W. Chapel 
Hill St., Durham, N. C; leaf tobacco 
broker. 

1885 

Cover, Loring Andrews, 1014 N. Charles St.. 

Baltimore. Md.; president. Maryland Port- 
land Cement Co., 820 EJqui table Bldg. 
Echols, Charles Patton, West Point, N. Y.; 

professor of mathematics. U. S. Military 

Academy. 
Halns, F. W.; address unknown. 
Kent, Robert Meredith, Jr., Ginter Park. 

Richmond, Va. ; cashier, Capitol Savings 

Bank. 
Stires, Ernest Milmore, 1 W. 53d St., New 

York City. N. Y.; minister. 
Venable, Wade Hampton, care Southern 

Presbyterian Mission, Hashing, China; 

medical missionary. 
Woods, James Baker, Tsing Klang Pu, via 

Chi Klang. China; physician. 

1886 

Berkeley, William Nathaniel, Jr., 36 E. 53d 
St., New York City. N. Y.; physician. 

Hoiloway, Samuel Warren, 1411 S. 4th St., 
IfOulsville, Ky. ; physician. 



1887 

Coles, Walter DeRosset, Security Bldg., St. 
Louis, Mo.: asst. U. S. attorney, St. Liouls. 



1894-98; referee In bankruptcy, E^astem 
District of Missouri, since 1898; lawyer. 

Hines, Samuel Davis, 1218 State St., Bowl- 
ing Green, Ky.; lawyer. 

Howard, John Leslie, West Baden Springs, 
Ind.; physician. 

1888 

Boyle, Thomas Robin Martin, 211 Prospect, 
Hagerstown. Md.; manager, U. S. Health 
& Accident Insurance Co. 

Jones, Waiter C, 1732 Amelia St., New Or- 
leans, La.; grad. University of Va., M. A. 
1891; teacher. University School, Peters- 
burg. Va.. and Baltimore, Md.; principal 
of Rugby School; lawyer, 606 Common St. 

Sanders, John Adams, Manhattan, Nev.; 
lawyer. 

Saunders, Robert Chancellor, Jr., Hinckley, 
Minn. 

Stevens, James Richardson, Jr., Huntsvllle, 
Ala.; banking. 

1889 

Blair, John Chester, Wytheville, Va.; lawyer. 

Fletcher, William IMeade, Chestnut Hill, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; professor equity, Juris- 
prudence, pleading and practice. John Mar- 
shall Law School, Chicago. 111., 1900-01; 
Northwestern University Law School, 
1901-03; lawyer, 1015 Real Estate Trust 
Building. 

Hill, Edwin Forest; address unknown; sales- 
man. 

Peters, William Edgar, Jr., University, Va. 

Reese, Robert Griag, 259 W. 90th St., New 
York City, N. i.; Instructor ophthalmol- 
ogy, Cornell Univ. Medic. College; junior 
surg., N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirmary; visit- 
ing oculist. General Memorial. Almshouse 
and Workhouse Hospitals; consulting ocu- 
list. N. Y. Infant Asylum; surgeon; oculist, 
147 W. 57th St. 

1890 

Bass, John Meredith, Jr., 301 Church St.. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Catchlngs, Thomas Clendenning, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

Dunn, William Wilcox, Richmond, Va. 

Greenway, John Campbell, Colerine, Minn.; 
general superintendent, Oliver Iron Min- 
ing Co. 

Johnson, Walter DeForest, 326 Clinton St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; University of Calvary 
Church, Wllkesbarre, Pa., 1894-1906; rec- 
tor Christ Church. 

Meade, Julian, Danville, Va. ; lawyer. 



1891 

Brown, John Thompson, Jr., University, Va. ; 
teacher. 

Dili, Joseph Murrav, Richmond, Va. 

Fuller, Leigh Austin, care War Dept., Wash- 
ington, I). C. ; officer in the medical corps, 
U. S. A. 

Labbe, Edmund John, Portland, Ore.; phy- 
clan, Corbett Bldg. 

McCulloch, Charles, HowardsviUe. Va. ; grad. 
In veterinary medicine, 1894; grad. in medi- 
cine, 1S97; state veterinarian of Virginia. 
1898-1901; physician, 1901-07; farmer. 

Old, Wliriam Whitehurst, Jr., 260 Freemason, 
Norfolk, Va. ; member of House of Dele- 
gates of Virginia. 1906 and 1908; lawyer, 
member firm of Wm. W. Old & Son. 

Story, George Burnslde. 816 Overton, Port- 
land, Ore.: grad. University of Virginia, 

1893, M. D.: med. dept., Columbia, N. Y.. 

1894, M. D. ; professor of physiology, med. 



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dept.. University of Oregon, since 1901; 
physician and surgeon. 215 Abington Bldg. 
Wayt, William Baldwin, 161 Franklin St., 
Astoria, L. I.; physician. 

1892 

Lewis, Langhorne Dabney, Pocahontas, Va.; 

lawyer 
Wertenbaker, William, The Strand, New 

Castle, Del.; physician. 
Wilkins, Vlrglnius Davis, Jr., 319 W. 4th St.. 

Pine Bluff. Ark.; merchant. 

1893 

Armstrong, Christopher James; address un- 
known. 

Peel, Frank West, Bentonvllle, Ark.; book- 
keeper. 

Peters, Don Preston, University of Virginia, 
University, Va.; physician. 

Wayt, H. H., Staunton, Va.; trans, to Va. 
Beta. 

Zan, James Cullen, 52 Front St., Portland, 
Ore. 

1894 

Baker, James Norment. €02 S. Perry, Mont- 
gomery, Ala.; phj^siclan and surgeon, 5^ 
Court Square. 

Boogher, Frank, 4034 Delmar Blvd., St. 
Louis. Mo.; physician. High and Carr Sts. 

Davis, Robert Hill, 3003 Lafayette Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo.; senior assistant clinic der- 
matology and syphilis, Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Liouis; staff Bethesda Hos- 
pital; physician. 

Fitzhugh, Alexander, Vicksburg, Miss.; 
wholesale grain, provisions, etc. 

Gibbs, i-l. M.; address unknown; lawyer. 

Mayo, Stephen Decatur, Norfolk, Va. ; care 
Capt. W. R. Mayo. 

Riodf Robert Conrad; address unknown. 

1895 

Baker, Morton Whitlock, U. S. Navy Dept., 
Washngton, D. C; orderly at U. S. Naval 
Hospital, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Bell, George Huston, 12 W. 46th SL, New 
York City, N. Y.; grad. University of Va., 
1897; Fellow of N. Y. Academy of Medi- 
cine; asst. surgeon of N. Y. Eye and Ear 
Infirmary; physician. 

Loyd, Sidney Miller, Lynchburg, Va.; exe- 
cutorial trustee of Wm. H. Loyd's Estate. 

Venable, Frank, Petersburg, Va. 

Werten baker, George Ltftwich, care War 
Dept., \Va.sl)lngton, D. C. ; 1st lieut.. Coast 
Artillery Corps, U. S. Army. 

1806 

Clark, William Andrews, Jr., Butte, Mont.; 
lawyer. 

Dunn, Thomas L., 42 Main St., Brockton. 
Mass. 

Walker, John Carter, "Woodberry Forest 
School, Orange, Va.; grad. University of 
Va.. Ph. and M. A., 1897; head master, 
Woodberry Forest School since 1898. 

1897 

Brown, Howell Lewis, Arrington, Va.; trans, 
to Va. Beta; instructor Latin and Greek, 
Baker-Himel School, Knoxville, Tenn.: or 
Brown's University School. Charlottes- 
ville, Va., 1898-1904; lawyer, member firm 
of Brown & Brown. 



LIvermore, Qaorge Robertson. 592 Linden 
Ave., Memphis, Tenn.; professor genito- 
urinary diseases and orthopedic surgery. 
College of P. & S., Memphis; asst. surgeon, 
Lucy Brinkley Hospital; chief adv. sur- 
geon. Standard L. & A. Ins. Co.; chief 
med. exam.. Equitable L. L Co. 

Torrance, Gaston, 1626 lUh Ave. S., Bir- 
mingham, Ala.; grad University of Va., 
M. D. 1897; surgeon, 325-28 Woodward 
Bldg. 

Trout, Hugh Henry, 1303 Franklin Rd.. 
Roanoke, Va.; grad. academic and med- 
ical depts.. University of Va. ; surgeon and 
owner of Jefferson Surgical Hospital. 



1898 

Fleet, John Seddon, 33 Forrest Ave., Atlan- 
ta, Ga.; teacher, Culver Military Academv, 
1901-08; associate principal, Peacock^s 
School for Boys since 1908. 

Lemmon, Robert, U. S. Army, Fort Howard, 
Md.: physician, 1st lieut. med. res. corps, 
U. S. Army. 

Wliicox, Robert Boiling, Jr., Petersburg, Va.; 
member of Virginia legislature; lawyer. 



1899 

Bell, Richard Phillip, Jr., University of Vir- 
ginia, University, Va. ; physician, Univer- 
sity of Va. Hospital. 

Cocke, Charles Hartweli, 1914 13th Ave. S., 
Birmingham, Ala.; grad. Univ. of Va., B. 
A. 1902; M. D. Cornell University Med. Col- 
lege, 1905; physician, 604 Brown-Marx 
Dulldlng. 

Fleet, Harry Wyatt, Fort Mackenzie, Wyo.; 
1st lieut., 19tli Infantry, U. S. Army. 

Mason, Hatley Norton, 414 E. Grace St., 
Richmond, va. ; Instructor In diseases of 
children. Medical College of Virginia; phy- 
sician and surgeon. 

Valz, Edward Victor, Staunton, Va.; grad. 
med. dept.. University of Va., 1903; assist- 
ant surgeon, U. S. Navy. 

Wertenbaker, Thomas Jefferson, College Sta- 
tion, Tex.; M. A. University of Va., 1902; 
a.ssociate professor of history, A. & M. 
College of Texas. 

1900 

Coleman, Algernon, Norfolk Academy, Nor- 
folk. Va.; grad. University of Va., M. A. 
1901; instructor in modern languages. Cul- 
ver Military Academy, Culver, Ind., 1901- 
05; Norfolk Academy since 1906. 

Fleet, William Alexander, Culver, Ind.; Uni- 
versity of Va.. M. A. 1904: Rhodes Scholar, 
Oxford University, 1904-07; Instructor in 
classics, Princeton University, 1907-08; 
teacher in Culver Military Academy since 
1908. 

Richardson, Ambrose Madison, 220 S. 17th 
St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Worsley, William de Lauray, 1316 3d Ave.. 
Columbus, Ga. ; lawyer, member firm of 
DIsmukes & Worsley. 



1901 

Connett, William Carroll, Third National 
Bank Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Spencer, Richard Perry, Jr., Columbus, Ga.; 
la^MTver 

Welsh, Norvai John Ellsworth, 201 Wood- 
lawn Ave., San Antonio, Tex.; grad. Mich- 
igan College of Mines; University of Vir- 
ginia; consulting engineer. 



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87 



1902 

Fari€h, Robert Eugene, Jr., Columbus, Ga. 
Fauntleroy, Charles Mag 1 1 1, U. S. Public 

Health and Marine Service Hospital, New 

Orleans, La. 
Marshall, Richard Veech, Louisville, Ky.; 

with Peaselee-Guilbert & Co. 
Valz, Arthur, 12 S. Market St., Staunton, 

Va.; railway contractor. 

1903 

Dabney, Cecil, 307 Market St., University, 
Va ' Dhvslcian 

Goolrick, Charles O'Conor, Fredericksburg, 
Va.; grad. University of Va.. B. L. 1906; 
elected to Va. House of Delegates, 1907; 
lawyer. 

Madison, John Patterson; address unknown. 

Mitchell, Harold Gouverneur, Warm Springs. 
Mont.; member House of Representatives, 
Montana State Legislature, eleventh as- 
sembly; president and genl. mgr.. Rattler 
Gold Mining Co.; president, St. Louis Cup- 
per Mining Co.; assistant supt.. State In- 
sane Asylum, Montana. 

Smith, Charles Mason, Fredericksburg, Va. 

1904 

Davis, Hugh, Norfolk, Va. 
Glenn, William Louis, 307 W. 98th St.. New 
York City, N. Y. 

1905 

Cai-ter, Eilerbe Winn, 903 Princess Anne St., 

Fredericksburg, Va.; lawj^er. 
Keyes, Wayne Witling, University Club, Ta- 

coma, wash.; lawyer, 316 California Bldg. 
McNagney, Phil McCleiian, Columbus City, 

Ind.; teacher. Culver Military Academy. 
Rogers, Frank Roswell, Haverhill, N. H. 
Taylor, Henry, 804 W. Grace St., Richmond, 

Virginia. 

1906 

Booker, Lewis, University of Virginia, Uni- 
versity, Va. 



Eager, George Boardman, Jr., 1012 Cherokee 

Rd., Louisville, Ky.; lawyer. 
Halle, Columbus, Jr., 416 Wainwright Bldg.. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Harwood, Miller, Gonzales, Tex.; trans, to 

Texas Alpha; secretary, Gonzales Cotton 

Mill Co. 
Honaker, Sam William, Piano, Tex. 
Jackson, John Nelson, Jr., *'The Alameda," 

11 McCollie Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Jones, Alfred P., 211 14th St.,. University, 

Virginia. 
Lewis, George Washington, Berryville. Va. 



1907 

Forsyth, Thomas Marshall, 813 E. Grace St., 
Richmond, Va. 

Ingram, John LIttlepage, 830 W. Grace St., 
Richmond. Va. 

McMurdo. Archibald Douglas, University, Va. 

Peyton, James Wallace, University, Va. 

Smith, Eugene, Jr., 119 High St. E., De- 
troit. Mich. 

Weltford, John Harrison, Warsaw, Va. 



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1908 



Butler, Edwin Ruthwin, Jr., 1236 Dean St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carter, Thomas Clay, 1013 26th Ave., Merid- 
ian, Miss. 

Cosby, Halcourt Townes, 369H Jefferson 
Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Kenna, Joseph Norrls, 1314 Va. St., Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 

1909 

Giddlngs, Charles Qlenville, 352 S. Pryor St., 
Atlanta Ga. 

Helm, Frederic AInsworth, 508 Pine St., 
Wiliiamsport, Pa. 

Johnston, Ewart, 1721 12th Ave. S.. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Miller, Henry Roberts, Jr., 1303 West Ave., 
Richmond, Va. 

Tompkins, William Frazer, 116 E. Franklin 
St.. Richmond. Va. 



VIRGINIA BETA. 



WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY. 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. 

FOUNDKl) FEBRUARY 19, 1855, BY J. BOWYER BROCKEN- 
BROUGH, JOHN VV. CARRINGTON, WILLIAM F. P^IGGATT, JAMES 
McD. GRAHAM, ALFRED H. JACKSON, J. LIVINGSTONE MASSIE 
AND HENRY M. WHITE. INACTIVE DURING THE WAR, 18C1-5; 
REVIVED NOVEMBER 19, 1865, BY HENRY ESTILL, H. RUFFNER 
LAIRD AND J. PRESTON COCKE. 



1855 

Ballou, Charles Anderson, Halifax, Va.;clty 
ensrineer, Danville, Va. 

Carrlnaton, James McDowell, 506 5th St. N. 
W., Washington, D. C: trans, to Va. Al- 
pha; capt. Charlottesville Battery, C. S. 
A.; lawyer. 

Estill, John L., Fresno. Cal. 

Massie, Edwin Blackwell, Lynchburg, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 

Moore, John Harvey, Lexington, Va. 

Poague, William Thomas, Lexington, Va.; 
commander Poague's Battery, Confederate 
army; treasurer, Virginia Military Instl> 
tute. 

White, Henry M., Moorefleld, W. Va. 

1856 

Gllmore, James Harvey, lledgeville, W. Va. 
Houston, Matthew Hale, Nashville, Tenn. 

1857 

Lecky, John H., Moos Point, Miss. 

1858 

Leyburn, G. L., Bedford, Va. 

Reley, John William, Halifax C. H., Va. 

1859 

Echols, Joseph Rowland, Balcony Falls, Va. 

Lyie, Samuel Harrison, Timber Ridge. Va. 

Ranson, Thomas Davis, Oakenwald, Staun- 
ton, Va. ; trans, to Va. Alpha; B. S. Uni- 
versity of Va., 1868; lawyer. 

Williamson, Thomas, Danville, Va. 

I860 

Anderson, William A., Richmond, Va.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha; attorney general of Va.; 

now lawyer. 
Meade, Everard, Springland, Va. ; minister. 



1861 

Cocke, Preston, 206 W. Franklin St., Rich- 
mond, Va.; trans, to Va. Alpha; Confed- 
erate cavalry, 1st brigade, 1864-65; at Ap- 
pomatox, 1865; admitted to bar, 1871; law- 
yer, member Arm of Meredith & Cocke, 
11th and Bank Sts. 

Wlllson, H. T., PowhaUn C. H., Va. 

1865 

LyIe, Duncan Campbell, McDonogh, Md.; M. 
A. Washington and Lee Univ., 1869; asst. 
professor of mathematics, 1869-70; secre- 
tary Va. Board of Education, 1870-72; 
senior teacher, McDonogh School. 

Morrison, Robert Culton, Anchorage, Ky. 

Waddeli, Benjamin Harrison, Maryland Ho- 
tel, Annapolis, Md. ; professor of mathe- 
matics, St. John's College. 

1866 

Estelt, William C, Waynesboro, Va.; mer- 
chant. 

Frazler, William Alexander, Staunton, Va. 

Jones, Edward Valentine, Salem, Va.; min- 
ister. 

Mercer, R. L., Savannah. Ga.; merchant. 

Taliaferro, Frank, Mazon. ni.; grad. A. B. 
Washington College, 1869; M. D. Jefferson 
Medical College, 1875; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Thornton, William Myan, University, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha; educator. University 
of Virginia. 

1867 

Allen, Donald, Kansas City, Mo. 
Lockett, James William, Macon. Ga. 
Patton, William M., Blacksburg, Va. 
Smith, Willis B., Hampton-Sidney, Va. 

1868 

Tyler, D. G., Charles City, Va, 



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1869 

Barr, Robert Wilton, R. F. D. No. 6p Galla- 
tin, Tenn.; principal, Sideview High School; 
farming. 

Collins, R. Ell, 322 Pine St.. St. Louis, Mo. 

Perrin, George Clopton, Main St., Union, 
S. C; vice-president and cashier, Nichol- 
son Bank & Trust Co. 

Ransonn, M. W., Garysburg, N. C; trans, to 
Va. Alpha; lawyer. ■ 

Wilson, Alien, Collinsburg, La. 

1870 

Blanding, J. M., Corsicana, Tex.; lawyer. 

1871 

Allen, Richard Henry, 1114 Union Ave., 
Memphis, Tenn.; secy, and treas., ac- 
countant, 1103 Tenn. Trust Bids. 

Holcombe, Lee, U. S. N., Alexandria, Va. 

1872 

Chamberlain, George E., Salem, Ore.; U. S. 

senator, Washington, D. C. 
Dunbar, Erroll, 16 Orammercy Park. New 

York City, N. Y.; actor. "The Players." 
Jack, Butler, Memphis, Tenn. 
McGee, W. F., Raleigh, N. C; salesman. 

1873 

Allen, Harry, New York City, N. Y.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha; broker, 16 Wall St. 
Winn, William Braxton, Kansas City, Mo. 

1874 

James, Benjamin Oliver, 301 E. Grace St., 

Richmond, Va.; lawyer. 
Wallace, Campbell, Jr., Marietta, Ga. 

1876 

Ford, B. B., Cumberland. Va. 
George, John C, Lutherville. Md. 
L'Engie, Camlilua S., Atlanta, Ga. 
L'Engle, William Johnson, New Orleans, 

La.; trans, to Va. Alpha; merchant. 
Whiting, F. B., Berryville, Va.; lawyer. 

1876 

Foster, T. D., New Iberia, La. 

Ogden, F. N., New Orleans, La. 

Ogden, J. W., New Orleans, La. 

Stratton, H. S., Memphis, Tenn.; with J. H. 
McDavItt & Co. 

Winchester, Josia, New Orleans. La.; law- 
yer. 

1877 

McCorkle, Walter Lisle, 300 West End Ave.. 
New Y'ork City, N. Y.; president, Phi 
Kappa Psi Fraternity, 1894-98; lawyer, 29 
Wall St. 

1878 

Preston, William Caruthers, Richmond. Va. 

1882 

Irwin, W. P., Lexington. Va.; merchant. 



1884 

Irwin, Leonidas Wiiison, Radford, Va.; min- 
ister, Presbyterian Church. 
Randolph, P. L., Evergreen. La. 

1885 

Eggieston, H. W., New York City, N. Y. 
Irwin, Harry David, 5 W. 33d St., Minneap- 
olis. Minn.; lawyer, 614 Phoenix Bldg. 
McGowan, E. L., Memphis, Tenn.; lawyer. 
Randolph, C. M., Lexington, Va. 

1886 

Hayward, Bayard Clinch, ClarksviUe. Ga. 
Quaries, James, 1302 S. Brook. Louisville, 
Ky.; lawyer. Louisville Trust Bldg. 

1887 

Anspach, Samuel Garland, 1119 Windsor 
Ave.. Bristol, Tenn.; grad. Washington and 
Lee University, B. A. 1890; superintendent 
of city schools. 

1888 

Harper, E. 8., Denver, Colo.; manager, sav- 
ings dept.. Continental Trust Co. 

Miller, KIrby Sinclair, Central Point, Ore.; 
pastor; horticulturist. 

Turpln, Rees, 3327 Wyandotte, Kansas City. 
Mx>. ; appointed by mayor to annotate 
charter of Kansas City adopted in 1908 
and revise and annotate ordinances of 
Kansas City; lawyer, 934 N. Y. Ldfe Bldg. 

Winfree, William Herbert, 1717 9th Ave., 
Spokane, Wash.; lawyer, Wolverton Block. 

1889 

Coman, Edwin T., Spokane, Wash.; presi- 
dent, Exchange National Bank. 

Davis, John William, 303 Lee St., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va.; grad. Washington and Lee 
rnlversity, A. B. 1892. B. L, 1895; asst. 
professor of law. Wash. & Lee Univ., 
1896-97; member W. Va. legislature, 1899; 
lawyer, member firm of Davis & Davis. 

1890 

Andrew, John Barr, Eminence, Ky. 
Brown, Ben H., Waverly, Mo. 
McCann, Warren Reeves, St. Louis. Mo. 
Nelson, Frank Alexander, Elizabeth Flats. 

Chattanooga, Tenn.; cashier, American 

National Bank. 

1891 

Veech, James Nichols, Indian Hill Farm, 
Louisville, Ky.; bond officer, U. S. Trust 
Company. 

1892 

Bruce, Alexander, Louisville. Ky. 

Haiiey, Samuel Hampton, Payne's Depot. 
Kentucky. 

Helm, T. Kennedy, LK)Uisville, Ky.; lawyer. 

Reynolds, H. G., Stamping Ground. Ky.; 
physician. 

Vance, William Reynolds, 1742 Riggs PI.. 
Washington, D. C; grad. Washington and 
Lee Univ.. A. B. 1892; M. A., 1893; Ph. D., 
3895; LL. B., 1897; professor of law. Wash. 
& Lee Univ., 1897-1901; dean, law dept., 
1901-03; professor of law, George Washing- 
ton University. 1903-05; dean, law dept., 
George Washington University since 1905. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1893 

Hall, John H., Lynchburg, Va.; trans, to 

Va. Alpha: lawyer. 
Lindenbergar, William J.r Louisville, Ky. 
O'Neal, Edward Atbury, Florence, Ala.; 

planter. 
Smith, Livingston Waddeil, Lexington, Va.; 

professor oi mathematics, Washington and 

Lee University. 

1894 

Shields, Randolph Tucker, Lexington, Va.; 
medical missionary, China. 

Wilton, E. Waring, 1722 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa.; lawyer, 606 Franklin Bank 
Building. 

1895 

Frierson, Samuel W., Florence, Ala.; lawyer. 
Karnes, William Lee, Kansas City, Mo.; 

secy., U. S. & Mexican Trust Co., 10th 

and Baltimore. 
Johnson, C. B., Tuscumbia, Ala. 
McCann, X. Y., Clarksburg. W. Va. 
McCann, William Ross, Little Rock, Ark. 
Vandeventer, Braden, 136 Freemason St.. 

Norfolk, Va.; grad. law dept., Georgetown 

University, 1900; lawyer. 



1897 

Johnson, John William, Tuscumbia. Ala. 

Martin, Henry Lewis, Midway, Ky. 

Preston, Randolph E., Charlotte, N. C; law- 
yer. 

Wlnfree, Andrew Broaddus, Couch Bldg., 
Portland, Ore. 

1898 

Anderson, Henry W., Richmond, Va.; law- 
yer. 
Harrison, Charles F., Leesburg, Va. 
Wooidrldge, Samuel Lewis, Versailles, Ky. 



1900 

Anderson, John McNaIr, Louisville, Ky. 

Lamar, William Pendleton, The Hill, Au- 
gusta, Ga.; trans, to Va. Alpha; grad. 
Washington and Lee University, A. B. 
1903; B. L., Univ. of Va.. 1907; admitted to 
bar, 1908; lawyer, with lAmar & Colloway. 

Rouss, Alex H., Kabletown, W. Va. 

Swartz, Osman Ellis, 603 W. Main St., 
Clarksburg, W. Va.; lawyer, Hornor Bldg. 

Young, Archibald C. B., Chris tiansburg, Ky. 

Young, William C, Christiansburg, Ky. 



1901 

Bledsoe, William Randolph, Lexington, Va. 

Haw, Qeorge Edwin, Hanover County, Va.; 
grad. law dept., Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1004; lawyer, 3103 E. Main St., 
Richmond, Va. 

1902 

Conover, J. W., 138 S. Common St., Lynn. 

Mass. 
Hobble, Jason Dexter, Jr., 132^ Roanoke St., 

Roanoke, Va.; salesman. The Hobbie Co. 



1903 

Crawford, Francis Randolph, Kemstown, Va. 
Qibbs, Qeorge Couper, 1838 Riverside Ave., 

Jacksonville, Fla.; lawyer, 100 Law £2x- 

change Bldg. 
Lewis, John Dickenson, Charleston, W. 

V^a. ; salesman. 
Trimble, Kelley Waiker, Route 1, Box 6, 

Swoope, Va.; civil engineer; field asst. to 

U. S. geological survey. 
White, George S., Wales, Tenn. 



1904 

Gravely, Julian Stuart, Wytheville, Va.; 
grad. Washington and Lee University, B. 

A. 1908. 

Hardy, Waller Cecil, Charleston, W. Va.; 

lawyer, member firm of Avis & Hardy. 
LIppItt, Montague isbeli, Charlestown, W. 

Va.; grad. Washington and Lee University, 

B. S. 1908; civil engineer. 

Miiisops, Fred Flournoy, West Monroe, La. 
Wilson, Sidney Rowan, 736 S. Crockett St., 

Sherman, Tex.; trans, to Texas Alpha; 

with Denlson Mill & Elevator Co., Deni- 

aon, Tex. 



1905 

Allen, Harvey, 4324 Maryland Ave., St. 

Louis, Mo.; claim clerk. M. K. T. Ry. 
Baker, Henry Manuel, Winchester, Va.; 

poultry financier and horticulturist. 
Crews, Robert Henry, Albuquerque, N. M.; 

grad. Washington and Lee University, LL. 

B. 1908; lawyer, P. O. Box 361. 
Gunby, George, 501 Jackson St., Monroe, 

La.; chemical engineer. 
Poague, Paul, Ashland, Ky. : lawyer. 
Russell, James Wright, Bonham, Tex. 



1906 

Addison, John West, Accomac, Va.; child 
labor commissioner, U. S. government, 
Washington, D. C. 

Bartenstein, Frederick A., Warranton, Va.; 
civil engineer. 

Cooper, James G., Jacksonville, Fla.; lawyer. 

Dow, Hiram Millet, 602 N. Mo. Ave., Ros- 
well, N. M.; lawyer. P. O. Box 92. 

O'Brien, James Matthew, Roswell, N. M.; 
lawyer. 

Moore, Edward Guy, Muskogee, Okla.; law- 
yer. 

Raliey, Randolph B., Lexington, Va. 



1907 

Dorris, Finiey Carter, 1 Polk Flat, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Ghiselln, Samuel B. M., Shepherdstown, W. 
Va.; athletic instructor, Havana. Cuba. 

Lynch, Laurence Moore, 562 Oak St, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 

McDowell, Allan, Lexington, Va. 



1908 

Brown, Michael, Richmond and George Sts., 

Brunswick, Oa. 
Denny, Robert James, 503 Hanover St., 

Fredericksburg, Va.; A. B. Fredericksburg 

College. Va., 1907. 



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91 



Dickev. Robert William, 416 W^ Main St, 

Covington. Va. 
Ferguson, Harvey Butler, Jr., Albuquerque, 

GoU, Oswald Wilson, Netherwood, N. J. 
Graham, Richard Helm, Nashville, Tenn.; 

trans, to Tenn. Delta. 
Honaker, Samuel Allen, 1045 Mildred St, 

Shreveport, La. 
Lewis, Brown, 417 Broad St., Charleston, 

West Virginia. 
Thompson, Winston W., 1812 S. 10th Ave., 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Young, John Albert, Gallup, N. M. 



1909 

Anderson, Robert Lochrldge, Ocala, Fla. 
Chaney, George White, Frederickstown, Va. 
Dow, Robert Clinton, Roswell, N. M. 
Heath, John Wade, Port Gibson, Miss. 
McCrohan, Geoffrey O'Connell, Mobeetie, 

Texas. 
Preston, John Davis, Lewlsburg, W. Va. 
Somervllle, James Hamilton, Fredericksburg, 

Virginia. 
Wilson, Turner, Sherman. Tex. 
Wright, William Alfred, Tappahannock, Va. 



VIRGINIA GAMMA. 



HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE. 

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 

FOUNDED IN 1855 BY THOMAS E. CAEBINGTON, JOHN P. Mc- 
PHAIL AND JAMES B. DAVIS. SUSPENDED WITH THE COL- 
LEGE DUBING THE WAB. INACTIVE AFTEB 1900. 



1866 

Carrington, Thomas R., Granville, N. C. 

Winston, Peter. FarmvlUe, Va.; grsid. Hamp- 
den-Sldney College, 1858; med. dept., Uni- 
versity of New York, 1860; physician to 
State Normal School, Farmville, Va.; ex- 
mayor of Farmville; physician. 



1866 

Cralle, Alexander Brand, Norfolk, Va.; trans, 
to Va. Alpha; farmer; lawyer. 

Epes, Hamlin, Harris, Nottoway C. H., Va. 

Finiey, George W., Falling Springs, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Beta; minister. 

Morton, George Nash, 44 W. 93d St., New 
York City, N. Y.; lleut. in MarUn's Bat- 
tery, Confederate army; principal Cam- 
ginas Institute, Province of Sao Paulo, 
Erazil; Independent Telephone Securities, 
225 5th Ave. 

1867 

Gibson, James W., Richmond, Va. 
Reld, J. S., St. Louis, Mo. 



1858 

Chesterman, Aionzo Decatur, Holly Springs, 
Miss.: grad. Hampden-Sidney College, 1860; 
principal of Marshall College, State Nor- 
mal, W. Va., 7 years; retired teacher. 

Holman, W. H., Fluvanna County, Va. 

Morton, Joseph Zenophon, Overly, Va. 

Page, William Lou, New York City, N. Y. 

Scott, Charles H., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Scott, W. A., Charlotte C. H., Vk, 

Smith, Joslah Spencer, Franklin, W. Va. 



1860 

Fitzgerald, William Tazewell, Richmond, Va. 
Lacy, S. W., Warrenton, N. C. 
McCorkle, Tazewell Morton, 1311 Madison 
St., Lynchburg, Va.; minister. 



1861 

Ewing, William Henry Harrison, Meherrln, , 
Va.; served in Confederate army, in Stu- 
art's Cavalry, 4 years; farming. 

Ford, Boaz, Cartersvllle, Va. 

Hanna, S. B., Club Creek, Va. 

1862 

Busbee, Charles Manly, 104 W. Hargett St, 
Raleigh, N. C. ; lawyer, 303 Fayetteville St. 

1865 

Walker, George W., Martlnsburg. W. Va. 

1866 

Crawley, Thomas Williams, Prospect, Va.; 
farmer. 

Harrison, Henry Tucker, Loch Raven, Md.; 
served in Confederate army; grad. med. 
dept., Maryland University, 1874; physi- 
cian. 

Hogue, Addison; address unknown. 

Stamps, Thomas, Lumber Bridge, N. C; phy- 
sician. 

1867 

Lafevre, John S., Martlnsburg. W. Va. 
Thornton, James Riddle, Hampden -Sidney, 

Va.; professor of mathematics, Hampden- 

Sidney College. 
Watklns, Henry J., South Boston, Va. 

1868 

Hotlls, Carson Wilton, Front Royal, Va. 

1869 

Edmunds, George M., Hopkinsville, Ky. 
LIngamfeiter, Charles Scott, Elklns, W. Va 

1871 

Bridges, James Robertson, Salem, Va. 
Currie, James Loughlin, Hillsboro, N. C. 
Ghiseiln, Charles, Shepherdstown, W. Va. 



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93 



1872 

Hog«, Payton, Harrison, Pewee Valley, Ky.: 
grad. Hampden -Sidney College; Union The- 
ological Seminary; author; clergryman. 

Law, Patrick Redd, Central Hotel, Charlotte. 
N. C; grad. Union Theological Seminary; 
pastor; D. D. Davidson College, 1904; man- 
aging editor, Presbyterian Standard. 

Watklns, Asa Dickinson, Farmville, Va. 

Woods, William Hervey, Strasburg, Va. 

1873 

Campbell, William Creighton, 324 W. Church 
Ave., Roanoke, Va.; pastor. First Presby- 
terian Church. 

Qrayblll, Jonathan Walton, San Rafael, Cal. 

Huston, Harvey Efflnger, Norfolk, Va. 

1874 

Hay, Thomas Park, Palatka. Fla. 
Morton, William Smith, Gold Hill, Va. 
Shanks, Louis N., Austin, Tex. 

1876 

Bell, David Arbuckle, Fishersville, Va. 

Bosley, Richard Worthlngton, Monkton, Md.; 
trans, to Va, Alpha; lawyer. 

Reynolds, John Mebane, P. O. Box 354. Nor- 
folk, Va.; ship broker. 

1876 

Harrison, Dabney Carr, 1748 Que St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; grad. Hampden- Sidney 
College, A. B. 1879; teacher, Indian Mis- 
sion School in Oklahoma; topographer, U. 
S. Forest Service. 

Krug, George Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rodriques, Flamming Augustus, Sao Paulo, 
Brazil. 

Talt, James Cowan, Norfolk, Va. 

1877 

Graham, Alfred Thurston, Davidson, N. C. 
Handy, Egbert Q.; address unknown. 



1878 

Donnan, Harris Tinker, Richmond, Va. 
Flood, John Heber, Lexington, Ky.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha.; president Flood & Co. 
Herbener, J. H., 120 Dawson St., Thomas- 

ville, Ga. 
Moore, Frederick Carr, Granville, N. C. 



1879 

Bowman, W. F., Ardmore, Okla.; trans, to 

Va. Alpha; lawyer, Sims Penlngton Bldg. 
Krug, Arthur Gilliam, Philadelphia, Pa. 



1880 

Gibson, Charles Cummings, Abingdon, Va.; 
farmer. 

Smith, James Edgar, Washington, D. C; 
lawyer, U. S. Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission. 

Stover, Edwin Harvey, Rapidan, Va. 

Thomas, David Campbell, San Angelo, Texas. 

Wilfong,^A. C, Summerville, Ark. 



1881 

Cabell, Benjamin William Sheridan, Danville, 

Virginia. 
Clark, Peter Cunningham, Fincastle, Va. 
Coe, Frank Dean, Lexington, Va. 
Graham, James R., Jr., Winchester, Va. 
Preston, Robert Lee, 1327 18th St. N. W., 

Washington, D. C; trans, to Va. Alpha; 

f)rofe88or Latin and Greek, Ogden Col- 
ege. Bowling Green, Ky., 1884-6; profes- 
sor Latin and German, Central University, 
Richmond, Ky., 1888-90; principal of the 
University School, 1310 18th St. N. W. 

1882 

Flournoy, William Cabell, Farmville, Va. 

Friend, William Sha rpe#- Black Walnut, Va. 

Irving,- R. Page, Richmond, Va. 

Preston, Samuel Pleasant, Lynchburg, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha.; physician. 

Trawick, Thomas Lawrence, Crystal Springs. 
Mips.; trans, to Va. Alpha. 

Wolff, Bernard, 9 Peachtree Place, Atlanta, 
Ga.; trans, to Va. Alpha; dermatologist to 
Presbyterian and Grady Hospitals and to 
Tabernacle Infirmary; professor of Der- 
matology, Atlanta College, P. A S. ; presi- 
dent Board of IToa'th, City of AUanta; 
physician, 318-19-20 Prudential Bldg. 

1883 

Campbell, Robert Fishburn, Millboro Depot, 

Virginia. 
Porter, Benjamin Tappan, Vicksburg. Miss. 
Porter, Edward H., Helena, Ark. 

1884 

Murkland, P. L., Park Ave., Belolt, Wis. 
Wood, Percy Scott, Corsicana, Texas. 

1886 

Henry, Thomas Stanhope, Washington, D. 

C; General Land OfBce. 
Mcliwalne, Richard, Jr., Norfolk, Va.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 



1886 

i-lolladay, Lewis, Orange, Va. ; trans, to Va. 
Alpha; coroner of Orange Co., Va. ; secy. 
Orange Co. Board of Health; physician. 

Reynolds, William Davis, Chun Ju, Korea, 
Asia; post-graduate degree Johns Hop- 
kins University; ofl!lcial translator of 
Bible for Bible societies; missionary of 
Southern Presbyterian Church. 



1887 

Rawllngs, James Henry, Church St., Lynch- 
burg, Va. ; trans, to Va. Alpha; physician. 

Stuart, William Spllier, Bristol, Tenn.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha.; lawyer. 

Watson, Robert Leslie, Petersburg, Va. 



1888 

Mcliwalne, John Stevenson, Richmond, Va. 
Osborne, Kidder Meade, Norfolk, Va.; trans. 

to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 
Watson, Clement Reed, Danville, Va.; trans. 

to Va. Beta; insurance agent. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1889 

Bresee, Stuart, Rapldan, Va.; fanner. 
Graham, Davldp Graham's Forge, Va. 
Martin, Nathaniel Macon, Petersburg, Va. 
Reynolds, Richard Watklns, Newport News, 
Virginia. 

1890 

Dunlop, David, Petersburg, Va. 

Graham, William Tata, Graham's Forge, Va.; 

trans, to Va. Alpha. 
Holtaday, Henry Thompson, Jr., Rapidan, 

Va.; proprietor flouring mills. 
Irvine, John Lewis, Jr., Augusta, Ga. 
Mann, John, Jr., Petersburg, Va.; trans, to 

Va. Alpha. 
Nicholson, Edward Powell, Portsmouth, Va. 
Peyton, George William, *'Windy Hill," 

Kapidan, Va.; trans, to Va. Alpha.; cashier 

Rapidan Banlc. 
Read, John Sturdlvant, Covington, Ky. 
Reynolds, Benjamin Bradford, P. O. Box 354, 

Norfolk, Va.; ship broker. 

1891 

Callender, David, Jr., Petersburg. Va. 

Morrison, Alfred J., Hampden Sidney, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha; grad. Hampden-Sidney 
College, 1895, A. B.; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins 
University, 1903; literary work and farm- 
ing. 

1892 

Cunningham, Joseph Robert, Jr., 226 New- 
man, Jacksonville, Fla.; cashier Clyde St. 
Johns River Line. 

1893 

Latimer, Maxcy Gregg, Fredericksburg. Va. 
Reynolds, William Watklns, Hampden-Sid- 
ney, Va. 

1894 

Stokes, Herbert Turpln, Farmville, Va. 

1896 

Boykin, Francis Taylor RIddIck, Smithfield, 

Virginia. 
Boykin, Richard Ellot, Smithfleld. Va. 
Hethorn, John William, McFarlands, Va. 



1896 

Foster, Howard Lawrence, 274 Bute St., Nor- 
folk. Va.; roofing and paving contractor; 
with Foster & Sons Co., Inc. 

Johnson, John Richard, Jr., Pikeville, Ky.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha.; lawyer. 

Kirk, Thomas Allen, 339 Church Ave. W.. 
Roanoke, Va.; trans, to Va. Alpha.; sur- 
geon, 11 S. Jefferson St. 

Preston, Thomas Blair, Lynchburg, Va. 



1897 

Barrow, John Wilson, Smithfleld. Va.; trav- 
eling repre.«ientative for candy and choco- 
late plant. 

Davis, Jeddy Lee, Kayford, W. Va.; auditor 
Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co. 

Davis, Madison Thenton, Jr., 1510 Liee St.. 
Charleston, W. Va.; pres. and mgr. Kana- 
wha Mine Car Co. 

Shumate, Clay Porter, Newberry, Tenn. 

Wade, Charles Irvin, Jr., Clirlstiansburg, Va. 



1898 

Buford, Warren Bruce, 925 Moorman Road, 
Roanoke. Va.: A. B., Hampden-Sidney Col- 
lege, 1900; high school teacher, 1900-03; 
LL. B., University of Virginia, 1909; dep- 
uty clerk, U. S. Courts, 1909; lawyer, 611-12 
Terry BIdg. 

Owen, John Atkinson, Turbeyville, Va.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha; A. B., Hampden- 
Sidney College, 1899; taught public school, 
1899-00: M. D., University of Virginia. 
1 903 * ohysician 

Townes, William' Waverley, Jr., Petersburg, 
Virginia. 

Winn, John Paul, Petersburg, Va. 



1899 

Johnson, Archer Phlegar, Christiansburg, 

Virginia. 
Parsons, James Curtis, Massies, 111. 

1900 

Preston, Robert Sheffy, Marlon, Va. 



VIRGINIA DELTA. 



BETHANY COLLEGE, 

BETHANY. WEST VIRGINIA. 

FOUNUED IX 1X58. INACTIVE DURIN'G THE WAK. REVIVED 
AFTER THE WAR AND CONTINUED ACTIVE UNTIL l.SSi WHEN 
IT AtJAlN BECAME INACTIVE. 



1858 

Best, Richard, Allendale* S. C. 

Brown, J. T., Franklin, Tenn. 

Bryant, Thomas Vaughn, Independence, Ho. 

Higgason, Albert Eley, Independence. Mo. 

Hopper, James William, Lebanon, Ky.; trans. 

to Pa Del ta. 
Keene, William B., Carroll Parish, La. 
Lucas, Joseph William, Paris, Ky. 
Overton, F. H., Henderson, Ky. 
Overton, Walter, Newport, Ky. 
Reid, Joaiah Davis, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 
Turney, Matthew, Paris, Ky. 
Warinner, Hiram Campbell, Memphis, Tenn. 

1869 

Cave, R. C, St. Louis, Mo. 
Crenshaw, T. B., Hanover County, Va. 
Hubbard, J. C, Nashville, Tenn. 
Johnston, John Fletcher, Lexington, Ky. 
Pendleton, F. H., Louisa County, Va. 

1860 

Chiles, William Henry, 807 South St., Lex- 
ington. Mo.; member of Montana legisla- 
ture; presiding officer of upper house, 1866- 
67 * lawver 

Mitchell, Alfred Thomaa, Fulton, Ky. 

1861 

Gault, Leslie R., Syracuse, N. T. 
Smart, David Oliver, Kansas City, Mo. 
Turner, R. F., Bethany, W. Va. 

1862 

Bishop, Richard Henry, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Taylor, Austin, New Castle, Ky. 
Thompson, Harrison, Thompson. Ky. 

1863 

Fall, Joseph Horton, 303 7th Ave., North 
Nashville, Tenn.; president, J. H. Fall A 
Co.; vice-president. Fourth National Bank. 

Lea, John Overton, Nashville, Tenn.; trans, 
to Va. Alpha; farmer and lawyer. 

Moore, 8. S., Midway, Ky. 



1864 

Armistead, Robert Louis, Madison, Tenn.; 

stock raiser and farmer. 
Dun lap, Alexander, Versailles, Ky. 
Lee, R. B., Nashville, Tenn. 
Moore, William Rice, Pine Grove, Ky. 
VIley, John T., P. O. Box 24. Hannibal, Mo.; 

grad. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 

1871; now farmer. 
Wasson, J. Robert, Hagerstown. Md. 
Wilkinson, J. T., New Castle, Ky. 

1866 

Coleman, Benjamin Lindsay, 376 S. Broad- 
way, Lexington, Ky.; graa. Belleview Med- 
ical College. 1871; on staff of Good Sa- 
maritan Hospital; now physician, 150 Mar- 
ket St. 

Foley, Wlliiam Orlando, Point Marion, Pa.; 
retired. 

Houston, Franklin, 3107 Harrison St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Huffaker, F. M., Jefferson town, Ky. 

Price, H., Richmond, Mo. 

Williams, H. M., Nashville, Tenn. 

Wllsen, J. P., Richmond, Mo. 

1866 

Allen, Frank W., Stanford, Ky. 

Crenshaw, John Werner, Versailles, Ky.; 
grad. Bethany College, 1868; grad. Uni- 
versity of Virginia med. dept., 1875; phy- 
sician 

Estill, 'William Wallace, Lexington, Ky.; 
stockman. 

Snow, Chester Ammen, 710 8th St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; lawyer. 

1867 

Lyne, WickiifTe Campbell, Pittsburg, Pa.; 
general agent. Union Central Life Insur- 
ance Co., Farmers Bank Bldg. 

Nelson, George Braxton, Winchester, Ky.; 
trans, to Tenn. Beta; grad. Bethany Col- 
lege, A. B. 1868; B. L. Cumberland Uni- 
versity. 1872; LL. D. Transylvania Uni- 
versity, 1902; lawyer. 

Newman, Strother Moore, Waynesboro, Va. 

Willis, Robert Luther, Lexington, Ky. 



95 



96 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1868 

Bianpledf Benjamin Thomas, Hanover, N. H. 

Bower, R. E., Yorktown, Va. * 

Hunter, Qeorge Thompson, MaysvUle, Ky. 

Loos, William James, Xioulsyllle. Ky. 

Nickel, Jasper Lerov, San Francisco, Cal.; 
commission merchant. Merchants Ex- 
change Bldg. 

Pendleton, William Canripbell, Warren, Ohio; 
owner and manager, The Trumbull Manu- 
facturing Co., 101-139 E. South St. 

Powe r. Frederick Dunglison, 1326 Irving St. 
N. w., Washington, D. C; minister. 

Simon, S. M., Canfleld, Ohio. 

Smith, Alexander Campbell, Atlanta, Ga. 



1869 

Anderson, Qeorge Jordan, Richmond, Va. 

Atkinson, W. S., Morrlstown, Ohio. 

Aylesworth, William Prince, Bethany, Neb.; 
chancellor, Cotner University. 

Franzheim, Charles William, Echo Point, 
Wheeling, W. Va.; grad. Bethany College, 
C. E. 1872; president. The Wheeling Pot- 
teries Co. 

List, Henry Weed, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Marling, Russell Houston, Los Angeles, Cat. 

McCord, Qeorge Washington, 293 W. 8th 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; professor of mathe- 
matics. Ohio State University. 

1870 

Houston, A. Y., Sedalia, Mo. 

Reed, Alexander C, Mansfield, Ohio. 

Williams, Roger, 103 S. Highland Ave.. Pitts- 
burg, jPa.; grad. Bethany College, 1874; 
Jefferson College, 1877; physician. 

1871 

Lipscomb, Mlliard Lewis, Columbia, Mo. 
Stanton, Frank, Wheeling, W. Va. 

1872 

Cayce, Irving Julian, Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Hahn, D. H., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Jackman, Howard Hill, Wichita, Kan. 
MOninger, John Alexander, Kansas City, Mo. 
Williams, Edward Thomas, Shanghai, China. 

1873 

Benton, R. A., Hannibal, Mo. 

Burns, Qeorge Washington, 4233 Longland 
St., Cincinnati, Ohio; grad. Bethany Col- 
lege, B. A. 1876; chair of mathematics and 
chemistry, Farmers College, 1876-79; prin- 
cipal 18th District School since 1876. 

Lipscomb, Walter Erwin, Box 76, Cape 
Charles, Va.; editor. Cape Charles Times. 

McKeever, Alexander Campbell, Garden City, 
Kan. 

Walk, Qeorge Edward, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Welsh, T. W., Hyattstown, Md. 



1874 

Bond, J. L., Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Diehl, F. W., Woodsfleld. Ohio. 

Gano, John Thomas, Dallas, Tex. 

Hagerman, B. C, Lexington, Ky. 

Judy, G. D., Carlisle, Ky. 

Loos, C. T., Bethany, W. Va. 

Mercer, Andrew Jackson, Lincoln, Neb. 

Shinkle, Chancellor Vincent, Covington, Ky. 

Walker, R. T., Moscow, Tex. 

Wharton, Q. L., Hurda, India. 

1875 

Anderson, J. C, Belleville, Tenn. 

Arnold, J. Q., Frankfort, Ky. 

Gano, Clarence Welsh, Dallas, Tex. 

Gibson, James, Bethany, W. Va. 

Hayden, A. J., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Kavanaugh, D. W., Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Marshall, E. D., Fairvlew, Ky. 

Marshall, Oliver Sheridan, New Cumberland. 

West Virginia. 
Shepard, E. E.; address unknown. 

1876 

Carpenter, W. F., Deerfleld, Ohio. 

Curtis, Josiah Lewis, Martin County, Tex. 

Curtis, W. A., Wheeling, W. Va. 

Qrlgsby, Henry Worthlngton, New Castle, 
Pennsylvania. 

Henseiman, 8. F., Hubbard. Ohio. 

Lyon, Orrin Armenius, 896 E. Market St., 
Akron, Ohio; grad. Bethany College, 1879; 
The Cleveland Homeopathic Medical Col- 
lege, 1881; physician. 

Ollphant, Charles McQee, New Lisbon, Ohio. 

Painter, Charles Dallas, Alliance, Ohio. 

Spencer, John Anderson, Bristol, Tenn. 

1877 

Fox, Amos, Stewartstown, Pa. 
Gist, J. W., Jr., Independence, Pa. 
Loos, Frederick Vlrginius, Liberty. Mo. 
Stevenson, R. W., Prince Edward's Island. 

1878 

Bowers, A. G., Bellaire, Ohio. 
Davidson, George, New Brighton, Pa. 
Fowler, T. L., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. 
Fox, Charles Trout, 1006 N. Cory, Flndlay, 

Ohio; trans, to Pa. Beta; principal school. 

LinesviUe, Pa., 1885-86; professor and dean, 

Findlay College since 1886. 
Palmer, Curran, Wellsburg, W. Va. 

1879 

Aylesworth, Barton Orvllie, Ft. Collins. 

Colo.; president, State Agricultural College. 
Fergus, John, New Zealand. 
Grove, William Henry, Otitsgow, Ky. 
McDonald,. Henry Anderson, Hopkinsville, 

Kentucky. 
Ryne, M., Hunts County, Nova Scotia. 
Tetter, C. T., Phillippi, W. Va. 



VIRGINIA EPSILON. 



RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE. 

ASHLAND. VIRGINIA. 

FOUNDED IN APRIL, 1870, BY G. M. NAIiLEY, CHABLES CAB- 
BOLL, BIOHARD H. TEBBS AND E. B. HARBISON. 

Inactive after 1879. 



1871 

Carroll, Charles, New Orleans. La. 

Hall, J. Leslie, WiUiamsburs. Va.; now pro- 
fessor of English in William and Mary 
Colle«re, WlUiamsburgr, Va. 

Harrison, Edward Burr, Coleman, Tex.; 
trans, to Va. Alpha; served in Spanish- 
American War as Captain and Quarter- 
master U. S. Volunteers on Gen. Henry 
and Gen. Brooks' staff; now with Thomp- 
son Harrison & Boog-Scott Live Stock, 
Coleman, Tex. 

Nalley, George Merritt, Richmond, Va. 

Rawllngs, John R., Brunswick Co.. Va. 

Rennolds, Robert Gordon, 252 E. Franklin 
St., Richmond, Va.; now Secy. & Treas. 
Richmond Store Co., Richmond, Va. 

Russell, Averley Claude Holmes, Fort Val- 
ley. Ga.; trans, to Va. Alpha; M. D., Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1878; Asst. Surgeon, 
U. S. Navy, June, 1879; Asst. Surgeon, 
1882; Surgeon. U. S. Navy, 1895; Medical 
Inspector, U. S. Navy, 1907. 

Winston, Howard. University P. O., Va.; rail- 
road construction and engineering; now 
registrar University of Virginia. 

1872 

Burton, Robert Oswald, Jr., Raleigh, N. C. 
Christian, John Henry, Lynchburg, Va., 

trans, to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 
Maymder, Robert, Baltimore, Md. 

1873 

Gordon, Daniel Smith, Baltimore, Md. 
Macmurdo, Wirt Robinson, Bakersfleld, Cal.; 

civil engineer. 
Raney, Robert A., Brunswick Co., Veu 



1875 

Bird, John Edward, Jr., Baltimore, Md.; 

now merchant. The Severn, Baltimore, Md. 
Carroll, Gray, Little Rock, Ark.; trans, to 

Va. Alpha; lawyer. 
Cllne, William, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Cross, William Cyprian, Blocton, Ala. 



1876 

Clare, James William, Louisville, Ky. 
Smithey, Royall Bascom, Ashland, Va. 
Talbot, William H., Richmond, Va.; trans, 
to Va. Alpha. 



1877 

Carroll, Lafayette Daly, London, S. W., Eng- 
land. 

Coe, Walker P. C, Dunkirk, Md. 

Cooke, John Harrison, McGregor. Tex. 

Holt, John H., Lewlsburg, W. Va. 

Howard Overton, Richmond, Va. 

Howard, Thomas Pollard, Allendale, N. J. 

Stern, Cary Ellis, Ruther Glen, Va. 

Taylor, David Watson, Quarters R., Navy 
Yard, Washington, D. C; grad. U. S. Naval 
Academy, 1885; grad. Royal Naval College, 
Greenwich, EIngland, 1888; in charge U. S. 
Ebcperimental Model Basin; now Naval 
Constructor, U. S. N., Naval Dept., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 



1878 

Pace, T. W., Richmond, Va. 



il7 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ALPHA. 



COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

FOUNDKl) IN 1808 BY HERMAN S. JOHNSON, JAMES L. NORRIS 
AND SUMMERKIELD E. SNIVELY. 

InaeUve ttfter 1S9S 



1868 

Bangs, James Edgar, 1855 9th St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Bianchard, Valentine; address unknown. 

Bremerman, Laban Troilt, Downlngton, Pa. 

Carrlngton, Edward Codrington. Baltimore, 
Md.: lawyer, ISll N. Culvert St 

Goodrich, Frederick Ransom, Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

Johnson, Chapman L., £:bbvale, Md. 

Johnson, Herman 8., Baltimore, Md. 

Laurason, Samuel McCuen; address un- 
known; lawyer. 

Miller, William, Winchester, Va.; trans, to 
Va. Alpha; lawyer. 

Norrls, Howard M., Washington. D. C. 

Polklnhorn, Samuel, Washington, D. C. 

Reeves, John, Washington, D. C. 

Suddarth, James L., 817 N. Capitol St., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

1869 

Chew, James Aldrlch, Charlestown. W. Va. 

Cralgin, Charles H.; address unknown. 

Davis, George J., 1320 11th St.. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Fleming, Robert Bland Lee, Charleston, S. C. 

Mix, Frank T., St. Paul, Minn. 

Stuart, Alexander T., The Wyoming, Wash- 
ington, D. C; asst. supt. of Public Schools, 
D. C. 

1872 

Bessey, Edmund; address unknown. 
Clendenin, Frank Montrose, Westchester, 

N. Y. 
Fleming, Thomas, 1847 Wyoming Ave., 

Washington, D. C.; physician. 
Flint, Charles, Washington. D. C 
Gott, George, Baltimore. Md. 
Hamilton, Richard, Washington, D. C. 
Johnson, William, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

1873 

Atkins, Arthur B., 281 Amsterdam Ave., New 

York City. 
Dutton, William, Washington, D. C. 



Halsted, Pennington, 622 West 114th St.. 
New York City; grad. Columbian Univer- 
sity. 1877; LL.B., 1879; lawyer, patents, 49 
Wall St. 

1874 

Beatty, Louis Kelly, 610 E. Capitol St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Whittlesey, Charles Fauntleroy, Haller 
Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

1876 

Baxter, William Joseph, Com. U. S. Navy, 

Washington, D. C. 
Fuller, Frank, Wayne, Nebr. 

1876 

Beall, Clarence, Gramercy Flats. Washington, 
D. C. 

Elliott, Henry 8., Beaufort, S. C. 

Friederich, Leon Rudolph, 329 E. Capitol 
St., Washington, D. C; physician. 

Gorham, Sherwood F., Hinckley Block, Se- 
attle, Wash. 

Grant, Walter Bruce, Boston, Mass.; lawyer, 
18 Tremont St. 

McLaughlin, Thomas N., 1226 N St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

1877 

Beall, Howard, 805 R. L Ave., Washington, 

D. C. 
Davis, James Gait, Washington. D. C. 
Handy, William Edward, Washington, D. C; 

physician. 

1878 

Browne, Aldls Blrdsey, 1843 Wyoming Ave.. 
Washington, D. C; admitted to bar, 1879; 
lawyer. 

Landon, Francis Griswold, Staatsburgh, N. Y. 

McAlpIn, Henry, Savannah. Ga. 

McCieary, Frank OMood, 217 I St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C.; lawyer, Washington 
Loan & Trust Bldg. 

Seymour, Philip HInkle, Duluth, Minn.; law- 
yer, Manhattan Bldg. 



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1879 

Edwards, George B., Toronto, Canada. 

Keyser, William Balch Todd, St. Paul, Minn. 

McKenney, Frederick Duncan, WaBhington, 
D. C; lawyer. Hibbs Bldg. 

Richardson, Charles Williamson, 1317 Conn. 
Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C; physician. 

Stott, Edwin Chester, St. Louis, Mo. 

Wales, Philip Gray, Washington, D. C; phy- 
sician. 

1880 

Burcheli, Nowall Landon, Washington, D. C; 
lawyer and merchant. „, ^, ^ ^ ^ 

Chesney, Charles Stewart, Washington. D.C. 

Cleaves. Charles Russell, Washington, D. C, 
care Pension Office. 

Hodaklns, Howard Lincoln, 1830 T St., 
Washington. D. C; Columbian University, 
A. B.. A. M., Ph.D.; now Dean, College of 
Engineering, George Washington Univer- 

sitv. 
Spalding, James Hutchinson, 618 F St., 
N. W. Washington, D. C; lawyer. 

1881 

Harris, Henry Sutton Tarring, U. S. Army, 
Washington, D. C; A m., Columbian 
D. C, 1883; M. D., Columbian, D. C., 1884, 
l8t Lieut., Army Medical Corps, 1886; Cap- 
tain, 1891; Major, 1901; Lieutenant-colonel, 
1909. 

1882 

Wilson, Lewes Delaware, 316 B St., S. E., 
Washington. D. C; grad. Co umbian Lnl- 
verslty, 1884; Med. Dept., Col"'"*'*^" ^„"*- 
versltv. 1888: Hahnemann College. Phila., 
1891; now chief of staff. National Homeop. 
Hospital. 

1883 

Christy, Jesse Eastman, 3404 Lafayette Ave., 
Omaha, Nebr.; bookkeeper with LaraO" 
rea ux & Petereon Co., R. R. Contractors, 

1205 Famam St. ^ ,^« x> -^ -rk 

Church, Samuel Robblns, Box 50, R. F. D. 
1 James River. P. O., Va.; admitted to 
ter me; justice of peace, 1901-1906; re- 

tired 

Faick, " Joseph George, Washington, D. C, 
care Bureau of Forestry. 

Gage, Clinton, Oak Lane. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Hoimer, Edwird Sturgis, New York City. 

Lodge, Lee Davis, Galthersburg, Md. 

Rhodes, Charles Dudley, care War Dept., 
Washington. D. C; grad. Columbian Unl- 
?e?s' t "^885; West^^f olnt 1889;^rved In 
Indian & Spanish Wars, China Relief Ex-» 
peditlon. Philippine Insurrection; member 
first General Staff Corps, U. S. A., prlie 
essayist. Military Service Institution and 
US Cavalry Association; honor graduate. 
Infantry & Cavalry School; now captain, 
6th Cavalry, U. S. Army. 

Rtehardson, Mason^N.. 1862 Wyoming Ave^, 
Washington, D. C; late asst. Attorney, D. 

Sh^e^-'manT RareTgh; 1403 L St., N. W.. Wash- 

SmUhTH?rry'''w^a&^^^ ^iL/cf^JlJ lY 
N. E.. Washington. D. C; chief clerk, Of- 
fice Naval Intelligence, Navy Dept. 

Sturtevant, Charles Lyon, Washington, D. L., 
lawyer, W. L. & Trust Bldg. 



1884 

Ashley, Charles William, 311 Tenth Ave.. 
Homestead, Pa.; trans, to P. Zeta; grad. 
Dickinson College, 1888; NaUonal Univer- 
sity Law School, 1892; admitted to bar, 
1893; now lawyer, 917 Berger Bldg., Pitts- 
burg. 

Colby, Frank; address unknown. 

Roose, Jr., William Smith, Washington, 
D C 

Spalding, Edwin W., 618 F St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

1886 

Anderson, Thomas Butler, 318-322 Granger 
Block. San Diego. Calif.; grad. Dept. of 
Medicine, University of Penn., 1891; asst. 
surgeon U. S. Army, 1898; major and sur- 
geon. U. S. v.. 1901; resigned, 1902; served 
as surgeon In U. S. Army in the Pnll- 
Ipplnes from 1899 to 1902; now physician & 
surgeon. ^„^ ^„ ^ ^^ 

Armstrong, William Spencer, 620 22nd St.. 
N. W., Washington, D. C; grad. George 
Washington University; L.L.B.. 1887; 
LL.M.. 1888; now lawyer, 500 Fifth St., 
N W 

Corey, George Boaz, 938 K St., N. W., Wash- 
ington. D. C. ^ , ^,, 

Hodge, Frederick Webb, Garrett Park, Md. 

Klakring, Alfred, 1137 New Jersey Ave., 
N. W.. Washington. D. C; grad. George 
Washington irnlverslty; now assistant, 
Hydrographic Oflrtce, Navy Department. 

Lewis, Edward S., Takoma Park, D. C. 

Stephens, Francis Henry, 1714 Summit Place. 
N. W.. Washington. D. C; lawyer, Asst. 
Corporation Counsel, Munlc. Bldg. 

Thompson, Ernest Guinn, 631 Pa. Ave., 
N. W., Washington, D. C; Insurance busl- 

Wilson, William Huntington, Lexington, va. 

1886 

Webb, J. Bruce, Washington, D. C. 

Wilkinson, George Laurance, 1664 Grace- 
land Ave., Chicago. 111.; examiner & law 
clerk. W. S. Patent Office, 1889-01; now 
patent lawyer. Marquette Bldg. 

1887 

Craile, Jefferson Ball, IfilS North Nevada 

Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo.; lawyer. 
Chamberlain, Joseph Burleigh, Washington, 

D C 
Prentiss, William Clark, Washington, D. C; 

lawyer. Metropolitan Bank Bldg. 
Mason. Grafton; address unknown, 
w'lson, Henry D., 137 W. 104th St., New 

York City. 

1890 

Carstarphen, Frank Ellis, 229 Broadway, 

New York City. ^ ^ r^v.* 

Kennedy, Isaac Gardner, ^J/ton, Ohio 
Mearns, William Andrew, 2301 S St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C.; banker. „ ^. _. _- 
Sutliff, Mllo Hutchinson. 3333 N St., N. W., 

Washington. D. C; physician. 
Williams, J. E., Washington, D. C, Treas- 
ury Dept. 

1891 

DeKnIght, Clarence Woods, Washington. D. 
C; lawyer. Hlbbs Bldg. 



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Mlddleton. Arthur Edward Henry, 1333 15th 
St., N. W., Washington, D. C; pres. Wash- 
ington Alumni Association; member Alum- 
ni Board 3rd District; lawyer, 515 11th St., 
N. W. 

Reed. Henry Willard, 1836 S St.. N. W., 
Washington, D. C; member Washington 
Bar; real estate, firm of Willard & Reed, 
1416 F St., N. W. 

Rindiaub, John Harrison, Fargo, N. D.; 
physician. 

Wormelle, Ralph, 612 F St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C; patent attorney. 

1892 

Allender, Charles Henry, New York City. 

Anderson, Cyrus Nathan, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Real Estate Trust Bldg. 

Ankam, George Charles, Washington, D. C; 
Judge Municipal Court, D. C. 

Cogan, William Neal, The Sherman, Wash- 
ington, D. C; studied at Mt. St. Marys 
and Georgetown University; grad. In Den- 
tistry, Columbian University, 1894; elected 
president of D. C. Dental Society, 1898; 
Dean & Treasurer Washington Dental Col- 
lege for four years; elected Dean of Dental 
Dept., Georgetown University, 1901. 

Dezendorf, Frederick Croft, Norfolk Va. 

Fairbanks, Ernest Hayward, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Frankland, Walter Ashby, 1300 Massachu- 
setts Ave., Washington, D. C; physician. 

Hensey, Melville Duplgnac, 3165 18th St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C; architect, 1302 
F. St., N. W. 

Howard, Dcane C, 1406 Hopkins Place, N. 
W., Washington, D. C; physician. 

Jones, Charles C, 1900 Summit Ave., St. 
Paul, Minn.; trans. Minn. Beta; now treas. 
Chas. A. Stickney Co. 

Okie, Howard Pitcher, Washington, D. C. 

Price, James Clarence, Washington, D. C; 
lawyer, Columbian Bldg. 

Sayre, William Newton, Mt. Hood, Oregon. 

1893 

Burch, William Thompson, 1327 L St.. N. 
W., Washington. D. C.; physician. 

Elliott, Jr., Mlddleton Stuart, Washington. 
D. C. ; asst. surgeon, U. S. N., Naval Hos- 
pital. D. C. 

Hagner, Francis Randall, 1725 N St., Wash- 
ington, D. C; surgeon. 

Morgan, John Walter, Washington, D. C. 

1894 

Craig, Henry Knox, 28 Grant Place, Wash- 
ington, D. C; physician. 

Dixon, Jr., Henry Marshall, 2149 Penn. Ave., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

LeMerle, Eugene Lyman, 2011 Q St., N. W.. 
Washington, D. C.; physician. 

Lemon, Hanson Thomas Asbury, 629 G St., 
S. W., Washington, D. C. ; physician. 



1896 

Dowling, Jr., Thomas, 614 E St, N. W., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

Fates, Warren Dexter, Washington, D. C; 
Treasury Dept. 

Huntington, Philip West her ly, Washington, 
D. C; surgeon U. S. Army. 

James, Jr., Charles Hedges, 1717 20th St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Matthews, Jr., William Wilson; address un- 
known. 

Selbold, Arthur Bingham, Washington, D. C. 

Smith, Percy Grey, Washington, D. C; phy- 
sician. Tuberculosis Hospital, D. C. 

Street, Jr., Daniel B., 1000 9th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Tubman, James Richard, 1222 11th St., N. 
W.. Washington, D. C; physician. 

1896 

Bynum, Dixson Hinds, Washington. D. C. 

Carlson, Henry Clay, Albert Lea. Minn. 

demons, Carl A., Washington, D. C. 

Qallinger, Wm. Henry, Knoll Top. Salisbury 

Heights. N. H.; LL.B., Georgetown Univ. 

Law School; LL. D., George Washington 

. University; Asst. Clerk, Committee on 

Dist. of Columbia, U. S. Senate. 

Graham, Paul B., 3315 P St., N. W., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

Grier, William Watmough, 1223 K St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C; physician. 

Harris, Charles G., 1711 I St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Jones, John E.; address unknown. 

Martin, Jr., Benjamin, Muskogee, Indian 
Territory. 

Mclihenny, James S., 1729 Rlggs St.. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Mitchell, William, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Owens, William Duniop, Washington, D. C; 
physician. 

Peterson, George Washington, Long Prairie, 
Minn. 

Speilman, John Martin, Dallas, Texas. 

1897 

Casey. James Firney, 1725 G St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
Coleman, Fred K.; address unknown. 
Ecker, John Beard, 1720 21st St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C; Insurance business, 

728 15th St., N. W. 
Goodali. Ellis Leon, PottsvlIIe, Pa. 
Jolly, Wade, Washington, D, C; Ueut, U. S. 

Navy. 
Milburn, Charles Coad, 1520 Conn. Ave., 

Washington, D. C; real estate, 1410 G St., 

member firm of King, Milbum & Colllere. 
Perkins, Bishop Chaplin, New York City. 
Ray, Preston Blair, Washington, D. C; 

member Maryland Legislature, 1908-1910; 

director Kensington Bank; lawyer, W. L. 

& Tr. Co. Bldg. 
Sherman, Jr., John, 5635 Lexington Ave.» 

Chicago, 111. 



WEST VIRGINIA ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF WEST VIRGINIA. 

MORGANTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA. 

FOUNDED MAY 23, 1890 BY E. HOWARD VICKERS, BRAXTON 
DAVENPORT, C. RAYMOND DUVALL, JAMES W. PAUL, EDWARD 
T. HARTMAN, SAMUEL W. GRAHAM, HENRY G. STIFEL, J. RUS- 
SELL TROTTER, WM. C. I^IEYER, FRANK C. REYNOLDS AND 
RICHARD L. FLEMING. 



1890 

Clark, Frank Weiis, New Martinsville, W. 
Va.; lawyer. 

Cooper, Arthur Benjamin, Parkersburg, W. 
Va. ; lawyer. 

Dawson, James Evans, Uniontown, Pa.; 
lawyer, 

Duvall, Charles Raymond, Washington, D. 
C; in U. S. Civil Service. 

Fleming, Richard Leigh, Fairmont, W. Va.; 
civil engrineer, Fairmont Coal Co. 

Graham, Samuel Willy, 2009 Mitchell St., 
Tampa, Fla. : lawyer. 

Hartman, Edward Thornton, 699 Cambridge 
St., Boston, Mass.; grad. University of 
West Virginia, 1893; Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity; secy. Massy Civic . League, 3 Joy 
Street. 

McCoy, George Loren, Wheeling, W. Va.; 
physician. 

Meyer, William Charles, 222 Pleasant St., 
Morgantown, W. Va. ; prosecuting attor- 
ney of Ohio County, W. Va., 1897-01; law- 
yer, P. O. Box 265. 

Paul, James Washington, 5446 Homer, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; grad. W. Va. University, 
B. S., C. E., 1894; chief of department of 
mines. State of West Va., 1897-08; expert 
mining engineer, U. S. Geological Survey. 

Re^^olds, Frank Cornelius, Keyser, W. Va.; 
laiwer 

Stifel, Henry George, 847 Main St., Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.; with J. L. Stifel & Sons. 

Smith, Andrew Brown, Uniontown, Pa.; 
lawyer. 

VIckers, Enoch Howard, 2 Nichome, Mita 
Shiba, Tokyo, Japan; teacher of economics, 
Keiogljuku University. 

1891 

Bennett, Charles J., Fairmont, W. Va.; A. 
B., University of Nashville; A. M., Stan- 
ford; Ph. D., Columbia; professor of Phil, 
and Ed. La. State University; president 
Normal School. 

Cooper, John Thomas, 1068 Avery St., Par- 
kersburg, W. Va.; grad. Harvard Univer- 
sity, B. A.; member W. Va. Legislature; 
commissioner of the Circuit Court; law- 
yer, Citizens Bank Bldg. 



Francis, John Wiley, 608 Thirteenth St., 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; grad. W. Va. Uni- 
versity, 1892; McCormick Seminary, Chi- 
cago, 1895; pastor First Presbyterian 
Church. 

Gibson, Bert Thurman, Masontown, W. Va.; 
lumber manufacturer. 

Henderson, Joseph LIndsey, University Sta- 
tion, Austin, Texas; grad. W. Va. Univer- 
sity, 1894; teacher, Tyler Public Schools, 
1894-5; principal grammar and high 
schools; sunt, of schools; associate pro- 
fessor of education and visitor of schools* 
University of Texas since 1906. 

Huston, Hough, Harlem, N. Y.; minister. 

Link, William Charles, New Martinsville, 
West Virginia. 

1892 

McWhorter, John Camlllus, 95 S. Kanawha 
St., Buckhannon, W. Va.; admitted to the 
bar in 1894; elected Judge Twelfth Judicial 
Circuit of West Va., 1904. 



1893 

Carrlgan, Charles Edgar, MoundsvlUe, W. 

Va. ; lawyer. 
Friend, Lloyd Lownes, 1514 Washington St., 

Charleston, W. Va.; chief clerk depart- 
ment of schools. 
McWhorter, John Scott, Lewisburg, W. Va.; 

judge Circuit Court. 
Robb, Lewis James, New Cumberland, W. 

Va. ; engineer, with Heyl & Patterson, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Standlford, William Russell, Washington, D. 

C; lieutenant, U. S. Army. 
Stathers, Silas Charles, Grafton, W. Va.; 

engineer. 
Wfliiams, Thomas Marion, Palo Alto, Cal.; 

physician. 

1894 

Berry, Bernard W., Wheeling, W. Va.; en- 
gineer. 

RIdgeway, Charles Nelson, Morgantown, W. 
Va. ; real estate. 



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1896 

Brooks, Earie 'Amot, 338 Main Ave., Weston. 

W. Va.; grad. W. Va. University; Western 

Theologrlcal Seminary; pastor Presbyterian 

Church. 
McCoy, Paul, 302 W. 79th St., New York 

City, N. Y.; lawyer, 1898-1906; now asst. 

treasurer. Double Value Vending Co., 

1225 Tribune Bldg.. New York City. 
Moss, Hunter Holmes, Parkersburg, W. Va.; 

Judge. 
Orr, Jamas Morgan, Oakland. Md.; engineer. 

1896 

Anderson, George Edward, 16 Lloyd Ave., 
Latrobe. Pa.: lumber and builders' sup- 
p]le.s, 135 Main St. 

Clark, Friend Ebenezer, 136 N. 5th St., Dan- 
ville, Ky.; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity; Instructor In chemistry, W. Va. 
University, 1902-03; Instructor in chemis- 
try. Pa. State College, 1903-05; professor of 
chemistry, Central University of Ky. since 
1905. 

DefTenbaugh, Walter S., 526 Race St., Con- 
nellsvllle. Pa.; grad. Univ. of W. Va., 
1898, A. B.; supt. of schools. 

Goodwin, Elmer Forrest, 638 W. Main St., 
Clarksburg, W. Va.; principal Grafton 
High School. 1898-00; principal Concord 
State Normal School, 1900-01; Shepherd 
College State Normal School, 1901-03; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1898; lawyer. 

Kilmar, Wade Culler. West Burke St., Mar- 
tinsburg, W. Va.; lawyer. 

Laughead, Berton Malson, Marlon, N. C; 
grad. University of W. Va., civil engineer- 
ing, 1898; civil engineer; resident engineer. 
Forest City, N. C. 

Lowe, Scott Cephas, 412 Walnut Ave., Fair- 
mont. W. Va.; lawyer. Trust Bldg. 

Read, Semmes, Washington. D. C, care of 
U. S. Navy. 

Reger, Roy, Rural Dale, W. Va. 

Sawtelle, Archie Leroy, Wheeling, W. Va.; 
lawyer. 

1897 

Hughes, Alvaroe Glenn, Welsh, W. Va.: 
lawyer. 

Lardin, Frank Miller, Unlontown, Pa.; law- 
yer. 

Shaffer, Philip Anderson, 414 E. 26th St. 
New York City, N. Y.; biological chemist 
Instructor, Cornell Medical College. 

Waddell, Charles Waiter, Fairmont. W. Va. 
A. B., University of W. Va., 1900; M. D. 
Harvard. 1907; Instructor Greek and LAtin 
State Normal School, Fairmont, W. Va. 
1900-03; physician; city health officer. 

Welch, Richard Adams, 312 Welch St.. Key- 
ser. W. Va.; grad. Univ. of W. Va., 1899; 
mayor of Keyser, 5 terms; lawyer. 

1898 

Abersold, Jacob Julius, 2539 Perrysvllle Ave., 
North Side, Pittsburg, Pa.; civil engi- 
neer. 

Bowman, Stuart Hampton, 608 Fifth Ave.. 
Huntington, W. Va.; A. B.. University of 
Nashville, 1897; A. B.. University of W. 
Va., 1899; law. w. Va. University; member 
W. Va. Legislature, 1899-03; chairman 
committee on education, W. Va. House of 
l^elegates. 1899; member State Board Re- 
gents, W. Va. Normal Schools; manager 
Bowman Realty Co. 

Charter, Lathrop Russell, West Union, W. 
Va.; banker. 



Porterfield, Allen Wilson, Columbia Unl- 
versltv. New York City. N. Y.; A. B.. W. 
Va. University, 1900; A. M., 1901; fellow 
and instructor in German. W. Va. Uni- 
versity, 1900-04; "Carl Schurz fellow" in 
German. Columbia University. 1905-6; In- 
structor in German, Columbia University, 
since 1906. 

1899 

Brown, Robert Morrow, New Cumberland, 
W. Va.; prosecuting attorney of Hancock 
county, W. Va., 1905-09; lawyer and pub- 
lisher. 

Cato, Henry Stuart, Charleston. W. Va.; 
lawyer. 

Christy, Cyrus Moote, Greensboro, Pa.; en- 
gineer. 

Cushwa, Frank William, Exeter, N. H.; head 
of English department, Phillips Exeter 

Dawson. Daniel, 421 12th St.. Huntington. W. 
Va. ; lawyer, care of Geo. J. McComas, 
Miller Bldg. 

Dickey, Albert Ford, Morgantown, W. Va.; 
architect 

Hughes, William Wellington, Welch. W. Va.; 
grad. University of W. Va., 1900; lawyer, 
member Arm Anderson, Strothers & 
Hughes. 

Long, Ed Leslie, Charleston, W. Va.; W. Va. 
state treasurer 

Miller, Gilbert Benton, Donley Bldg., Pleas- 
ant St., Morgantown. W. Va.; A. B., W. 
Va. University, 1901; editor Dally New 
Dominion and the Dominion -News, weekly, 
Fleming Bldg. 

Naret, Joel Q., Helena, Mont.; trans, to N. 
Y. Alpha.; examiner. Surveyor General's 
office. 

Robinson, Carel, Charleston, W. Va.; mer- 
cantile. 

Stathers, Madison, 222 Pleasant St.. Mor- 
gantown. W. Va.; A. B., Univ. of W. Va.. 
1901; Ph. D., University of Grenoble, Gre- 
noble, France, 1905; instructor in W. Va. 
Wesleyan College, 1902-3; professor of ro- 
mance languages. 1903-6; instructor in 
romance languages, W. Va. University, 
1906-7; assistant professor of romance 
languages, W. Va. University since 1907. 



1900 

Morris, Tusca, Fairmont, W. Va.; lawyer; 
prosecuting attorney of Marlon county. 

Parsons, Delos Emmons, 322 McKee Place, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; electrical mining sales- 
man, westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co., 
Union Bank Bldg. 

Trotter, James Russell, Morgantown,^ W. 
Va. : professor of law. University of West 
Virginia, 

1901 

Buchanan, Joseph Kerr, Morgantown. W. 

Va. ; water ana gas business. 
Bullock, Edgar, Pen Yan, N. Y.; mercantile 

business. 
Conaway, Orrin Bryte, Middlebourne, W. 

Va.; grad. W. Va. Wesleyan College, 1900; 

W. Va. University, B. A., 1903; LL. B.. 

1906; lawyer; mayor of Middlebourne since 

1908. 
Hennen, Robert David, Morgantown, W. Va.; 

civil engineer. 
Kenna, Edward Bennlnghaus, Charleston, W. 

Va.; newspaper editor. 
Morgan, Mont Earle, 219 High St., Fairmont, 

W. Va.; lawyer. 
Relnhart, Charles Hugh, Martinsburg, W. 

Va. ; high school teacher. 



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1902 

Barnss, Walter, Buckhannon, W. Va.; asst. 

principal Keyser High School, 1906-6; 

principal Salem public school, 1906-7; asst. 

principal State Normal School, Glenvllle, 

West Virginia. 
Daugherty, Nerval Rogers, 501 N. Euclid 

Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer. 36 Leader 

Bldg., 431 &th Ave. 
Fleming, Allison 8., Fairmont, W. Va.; 

lawyer. 
Fleming, Brooks, 207 Jefferson St., Fair- 
mont. W. Va.; supt. coal mines; with 

Fairmont Coal Co., Hutchinson, W. Va. 
Simmons, Fioyde Meivin, Chapel HUl, N. C; 

trans, to Pa. Alpha. 
Watson, Clyde Em 1 1, Kingwood, W. Va. 

1903 

Aiderson, Fleming Newman, Richwood or 
SummersviUe, W. Va.; lawyer, member 
Arm of Aiderson, Breckinridge ft Aider- 
son. 

Courtright, Harlan Ross, Moundsville, W. 
\'ft ' y^a 1 estate 

Mitcheli, Harbour', 427 S. Broadway, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.; mechanical engineer, with 
Pittsburg Gage & Supply Co., Pittsburg. 

Morris, Wilfred Armstrong, 204 E. Main St., 
Connellsville, Pa.; civil engineer; transit- 
man. 

Prichard, John Guy, Fairmont, W. Va.; law- 
yer. 

1904 

Berry, John Charles, 724 Kaln St.. Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 

Bowers, Charles Albert, 3322 RofI St., Wheel- 
ing. W. Va. 

Brown, Roy ClifTord; address unknown; en- 
gineer. 

Endsley, Gilbert Frey, Somerfleld. Pa.; gen. 
mgr. and purchasing agt. Tough. Coal Co. 

Frantz, Winter Reginald, 93 Columbia St.. 
Cumberland, Md. 

Rose, Herschel Hampton, Littleton, W. Va.; 
lawyer. 

Bpear/, Harry Ferguson, Wheeling. W. Va.; 
mine, mill and factory supplies. 

Wayman, Charles Encelie, Fairmont, W. 
Va.; mechanical engineer. 

1906 

Berry, Curtis Sterritt, 724 Main St., Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.: civil engineering. U. S. in- 
spector. Dam No. 19, Ohio river. Little 
Hocking, Ohio. 

Gibson, Joseph Vincent, Tunnelton, W. Va.; 
lumber business. 

Hood, Charles Guy, Fairmont, W. Va.; in- 
surance 

Kenna, John Edward, Charleston, W. Va.; 
lawver 

Moore, Frederick, Bellngton, W. Va.; B. S., 
University of W. Va., 1897; M. S., 1898; 
principal W. Va. Reform School. 1899-1900; 



newspaper and real estate; editor and 
president Mt. State Investment Co. 

1906 

Brady, Johnson Camden, P. O. Box 205, 

Clarksburg, W. Va.; mining engineering. 
Qawthrop, Robert Murray, Bridgeport, West 

Virginia. 
Gllhooiey, Thomas Joseph, Weston. W. Va.; 

lawver 
Hamilton, William Gall, 847 Main St.. Wells- 

bursT ^\' Va * lawyer 
Kennedy, Wiiliam Michael, Box 74, Fairmont, 

W. Va. ; lawyer. 
Lewellyn, Charles Lewis, 23 Cleveland Ave., 

Uniontown, Pa.; lawyer. 
8temple, Forrest Wilbur, West Liberty, W. 

Va.; A. B., University of W. Va.. 1908; 

teacher State Normal School. 

1907 

Crickard, Cecil Llewellyn, Huttonsvllle, West 
Virginia. 

Holmes, Morris Leroy, 204 E. Main St., Con- 
nellsville. Pa. 

Koelz, Frederick Rost, 41 S. Church, Keyser, 
West Virginia. 

Koelz, Herman Charles, 41 S. Church St., 
Keyser. W. Va. 

McGiii, John Morrow, Dawson, Pa. 

Meredith, Aubrey William, 422 Fairmont 
Ave.. Fairmont. W. Va.; lawyer. 

Spencer, Ward Humphreys, P. O. 846, Mar- 
tlnsburg, W. Va. 

Stempie, Rodney Milton, Aurora, W. Va. 

1908 

Baird, DuBoia, Wheeling, W. Va.; engineer. 
Caldwell, James Lewis, Jr., 1141 Third Ave., 

Huntington, W. Va. 
Eckman, James Roy, Box 616, Leechburg, 

Pennsylvania. 
Evans, John Cristler, New Cumberland, West 

Virginia. 
Pool, Clark Francis, Caroline Ave., Chester, 

West Virginia. 
Reger, David Bright, Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Reed, Robert Sidney, Boothsville, W. Va. 
Scott, George Vane, Adolphus Chester, West 

Virginia. 

1909 

Crawford, Thomas Wllmer, New Cumber- 
land W. Va. 

Jackson, George Reynolds, Clarksburg, West 
Virginia. 

Kennedy, John James, P. O. Box 74, Fair- 
mont, W. Va. 

Lewellyn, Frank Bowman, 570 Spruce, Mor- 
gantown. W. Va. 

McCuiiough, Frank Witcher, 1210 6th Ave., 
Huntington, W. Va. 

McMinn, Thomas Roach, 480 Spruce St., 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Merrill. Austin Cook, Carthage. N. Y. 

Paden, Russell Homer, Parkersburg, W. Va. 



SOUTH CAROLINA ALPHA. 



SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE. 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 

rOUNDED IN 1857, BY ROBERT WII^ON, OF VIRGINIA ALPHA. 
ACTIVE UNTIL 1861. INACTIVE, 1861-68. RE-ESTABLISHED 
IN 1868. ACTIVE UNTIL 1875, WHEN UNIVERSITY CLOSED, 
AGAIN REORGANIZED, DEC. 19, 1884, BY GEORGE D. GOTWALD, 
W. G. P. 

Inactive after 1891. 



1867 

Behre, Frederick Qustavus, Walterboro, S. 

Boggt, WIIHam Ellison, Columbia, S. C. 
Henderson, Campbell Qlichrlst, Walterboro, 

S. C; lawyer and master in equity. 
Perry, William Hayne, Greenville, S. C. 
Simons, James, Charleston, S. C. 
Smith, William Wright, Little Rock, Ark. 

1858 

Gary, William Theodore, Au^sta, Ga. 
Montelth, Walter Shields, Columbia, 8. C. 
SImkins, Eldred James, Corsicana, Tex. 

1859 

Atkinson, William Robert, Williamsport, 
Pennsylvania. 

McBryde, John McLaren, R. F. D. No. 2, 
Blacksburg, Va.; trans, to Va. Alpha; 
South Carolina College; University of Vir- 
ginia; professor in University of Tennes- 
see: president, S. C. College and Uni- 
versity, 1882-1891; president, Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, 1891-1907; president. 
Emeritus, Va. Polytechnic Institute. 

I860 

Brumby, J. W., Marietta, Ga. 

Charles, William Taylor, Scotia, Ala. 

Moore, Thomas John, Moore, S. C; state 
senator from Spartanburg Co., S. C, 1880* 
1884; chairman of S. C. State Board for 
Education of Deaf, Dumb and Blind, 25 
years; planter. 

Rice, H. W., Lexington, S. C. 

Tarver, A. S., Russell County, Alabama. 

Taylor, John, Columbia, S. C. 

1861 

Kirk, WlllCam John, Cokesbury, S. C. 
Lyies, John Feaster, Rlsh's Store, S. C. 



1867 

Brown, Eugene Lewis, Eufaula, Ala. 
Qregg, Joseph, Chicago, 111. 
irwin, James Robert, Chappells. S. C. 
Lee, Richard Dozler, Sumter, S. C. 
Marshall, William S., St. Joseph, Mo. 
McCants, James Qienn, Winnsboro, S. C; 

trans, to Va. Alpha; lawyer. 
Richardson, Henry Burcheii, Fulton, S. C. 
Robertson, Thomas Ross, Charlotte, N. C. 
Sanders, C. P., Spartanburg, S. C. 
Simpson, McNeill Turner, Cross Hill, S. C. 
Spencer, Charles Edward, Yorkville, S. C. 
Wright, John NIckles, Ldsbon, S. C. 

1868 

Davis, Robert Means, Columbia, S. C. 
Qlover, Julius, Charleston, S. C. 
Miller, Daniel Bird, Columbia, S. C. 
Sloan, John Trimmin, Columbia, S. C. 
Tomklns, James Brooks, Edgefield C. H.» 

South Carolina. 
Wilson, Jr., William Blackburrt, Rock Hill, 

South Carolina. 

1869 

Clarkson, Edgar La Roche; address unknown 
Davis, James Quentin, Winnsboro, S. C.; 
cashier, The Winnsboro Bank. 

1870 

Ewart, Hamilton Qlover, Hendersonvllle. N. 
C. ; mayor; registrar in bankruptcy; mem- 
ber legislature; N. C. Judge, state circuit 
court; Judge U. S. district court; now 
lavtrver 

Selbels, John Temple, 902 Pickens St., Co- 
lumbia, S. C; grad. S. C. University, 1870; 
law, 1872; master in equity, Richland 
county, 1883-95; lawyer. No. 5 Clark Bldg. 

1872 

Hodges, Qeorge C, Greenwood, S. C. 
Marshall, John Quitman, Columbia, S. C. 



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105 



McJunkin, John, Toccoa, Ga. 

Melton, Preston LaBorde, Columbia, S. C. 

Rsnf, Duncan Campbell, 1221 Washington St., 
Columbia, S. C; appointed asst. attorney 
general of South Carolina, March, 1906; 
attorney general, December, 1966; lawyer. 

Robertson, Thomas C, Columbia, S. C. 

Wallace, Andrew, Greenville, S. C. 

Wright, W. F.; address unknown, * 

1884 

Butler, Thomas Bothwell Jeter, Goffney, 

South Carolina. 
Gamble, Samuel Wayne, Gourdins, S. C. 
Knight, John Marlon, Sumter, S. C. 
McLure, John Halstead, Strawn. Tex.; chief 

engineer and asst. gen. mgr., Strawn Coal 

Mining Co. 
Sims, George Tucker, Santus, S. C. 

1886 

Barber, William Alexander, New York City, 
N. Y.; lawyer, 165 Broadway. 

Blakeney, Whlteford Smith, Chesterfield, 
South Carolina. 

Cathcart, Jr., William Richard, Majrwood, 
New Jersey. 

Clarkson, Samuel Mayrant, Shandon Annex, 
Columbia, S. C: grad. South Carolina Col- 
lege. A. B. 1S85, LL. B., 1887; teacher: 
county superintendent of education, Court 
House. 

Edmunds, Robert Leiand, No. 3 W. Calhoun. 
Sumter, S. C; cashier. Farmers Bank & 
Trust Co. 

Lee, Jr., Hutson, New York City, N. Y. 

Shand, Gadsden Edwards, Borkville, S. C. 

Smith, Ellison DuRant, Spartanburg, S. C. 

1886 

Flnley, David Edward, Yorkville, S. C. 
Hough, William Clifton, Lancaster C. H., 
South Carolina. 

1887 

Cathcart, Jr., Robert Spann, 
South Carolina. 



Charleston. 



Donaldson, John Henry, Georgetown, S. C; 

manager estate of B. M. Baruch. 
Lowndes, Jr., Rawlins, Charleston, S. C 
McLure, Joseph Camfleid, 110 Pinckney St, 

Chester, S. C; lawyer; city attorney. 



1888 

Dudley, Carlos Townsend, Bennettsville, 

South Carolina. 
Johnson, William Henry, 107 Wentworth St., 

Charleston, S. C: trans, to Virginia Alpha; 

physician. 
Parker, Francis, Georgetown, S. C. 
Weeks, James Ashby, Dallas, Texas. 



1889 

Legare, George Seabrooke, Charleston, South 
Carolina. 

Love, Alexander Wylie, 6 Haskell Ave., Co- 
lumbia. S. C; secretary South Carolina 
State Fair; fancy horses. 

Weeks, Clarence Douglas, Newberry, S. C. 



1890 

Hayne, James Adams, Blackstock, S. C. 

James, John Waiter, Chicago, 111. 

Jervey, James Wilkinson, 405 E. Coffee, 

Greenville, S. C; physician, Bank of Com> 

merce Bldg. 
Kelly, William Aiken, Nashville, Tenn. 
Marion, John Hardin, Richburg, S. C. 
Watts, William Dendy, Denver, Colo.; water 

power and mining, 612 Commonwealth 

Building. 

1891 

James, James McCutcheon, Cheraw, S. C. 

1892 

Jones, Robert Fleming, Laurens, S. C. 



MISSISSIPPI ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 

OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI. 

FOUNDKD IN 1857, AND CONTINUED UNTIL THE OPENING OF 
THE WAR. REMAINED INACTIVE UNTIL 1881, WHEN IT WAS 
REORGANIZED BY W. D. HOWZE, W. T. RUSH, L. J. FARLEY, 
J. F. PARK, W. J. EAST AND R. W. GRAY. 



1867 

Johns, Frederick William, Madison, Miss.; 

founded Miss. Beta at Mississippi College, 

1860; state librarian; planter. 
Lake, Augustus Washington, Colt. Ark.; 

private in C. S. A.; planter; recorder City 

of Grenada, 1874; merohant. 
Lester, James Todd. 306^ E. Capitol St., 

Jackson, Miss.; private and 2d Lieut. C. 

S. A.; salesman, teacher and planter. 
Price, William, Louisville, Miss.; lawyer and 

planter. 
Wllllama, Edward Parkingham, Grenada, 

Miss.; University of Mississippi, B. G., 

M. D. and LL.B.; mayor of Grenada, 1876- 

1882; teacher. 

1858 

Griggs, Joseph Leonard, Macon, Miss.; 
irans. to Tenn. Alpha; C. S. A. private 
11th Miss.; lieutenant in Armstead's cav- 
alry; member legislature; planter and mer- 
chant. 

Moore, Joseph T., Norman, Okla.; hotel pro- 
prietor. 

Trotter, Alexander, Mathersville, Miss.; Co. 
D. 14th Miss. C. S. A., lieut. and captain; 
Methodist preacher; planter and teacher. 

1869 

Derr, Andrew J.; address unknown. 

Hull, Edward Brodle, St. Louis, Mo.; lieut. - 
col. 2d Miss. Reg. C. S. A.; member Mis- 
souri legislature one term; live stock com- 
mission merchant. Union Stock Yards. 

Lea, William, near Memphis, Tenn.; planter 
and merchant. 

Vaughn, James B., Benton, Miss.; private 
Co. B, 18th Miss. C. S. A.; farmer. 

1860 

Graham, Thomas W., SumpterviUe. Fla,; C. 
S. A. private, University Grays; later ser- 
geant Co. B, 14th Miss. Reg.; fruit grower. 

Harper, George 8., Gonzales, Tex. 

LIpsey, Richard Carter, Lexington, Miss.; 
member board of supervisors Holmes Co.. 
1884-88; county treasurer, 1908-12. 

Marsh, Simeon, near Memphis, Tenn.; C. S. 
A. University Grays; farmer. 



Mc El more. J. H.; address unknown; 2d 
lieut. Co. A. nth Miss. Vol., C. S. A.; 
planter. 

Sample, Jones Harvey, Fresno City, Cal.; 
C. S. A., Neilson's Gravs, 4th Miss. Reg.; 
farmer, miner and stock raiser. 

White, John J., 238 South Pryor St. At- 
lanta. Ga.; major of cavalry, C. S. A.; 
collector of taxes, London county, Va.. 
four terms; merchant. 

Wilson, James F., Kussellville. Ala.; Co. A, 
16th Ala., C. S. A.; merchant. 

1881 

Bowen, William Jeremiah, Cotulla, Tex.; 
admitted to bar 1884; lawyer. 

Buckley, John L., Enterprise, Miss.; grad. 
University of Mississippi, B. S. and LL.B.; 
member of legislature, 1896; circuit Judge, 
1908; lawyer. 

CofTall, Charles, St. Louis, Mo. 

East, William Jasper, Senatobia, Miss.; 
grad. University of Mississippi, LL.B.; 
state senator 1892-6; member lower house 
1896-1904; member of state senate 1904-12; 
lawyer. 

Farley, Leonard Jerome, Hernando, Miss.; 
teacher, 1884-90; county superintendent 
education, 1892-96; state senate, 1900-08; 
lawyer. 

Tackett, Walter P., Lexington, Miss.; mem- 
ber legislature, 1888; presidential elector, 
1892; trustee Miss. Industrial Institute & 
College six years; district attorney four 
years; lawyer. 

1882 

Allen, Madison Lee, Sallis, Miss.; telegraph 

operator. 
Manning, MIddleton Jesse, Clarendon, Ark.; 

lawver 
Stand ley', Henry Lee, Wlttsburg, Ark. 

1884 

Calvert, William Thomas, Atlanta, Ga.;with 
Hopkins Medical Co. 

Halseil, Robert Edward, Laurel. Miss.; grad. 
University of Mississippi, B. A. and LL.B.; 
lawyer. 

Hoover, John Rule, Pickens, Miss.; mer- 
chant. 



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Jones, William Richard^ cor. 4th and Depots 
La Grande, Ore.; hardware business. 

Stevens, Joseph Johnson, 117 College, Hat- 
tiesburs. Miss.; phsrsician. Stevens Bldg., 
Front St. 

Tackett, John Robert, Meridian, Miss.; house 

ghysician. Insane Asylum at Meridian; sec, 
tate Med. Assn.; Cuba Yellow Fever Com- 
missioner, 1897; surgeon U. S. V., 1898; 
vice-pres. Southern Med. Assn.; professor 
Miss. Med. College; member State Board of 
Health. 
Waugh, Moses George, Kosciusko, Miss.; 
planter. 

1886 

Ashley, William Frank, Shaw, Miss.; grad. 
l^niversity of Mississippi, B.Ph., 1889; 
physician. 

Mills, Waiter Pelham, McComb City, Miss.; 
merchant. 

Moseley. Jr., John Watkins, Okolona, Miss.; 
druggist; Presbyterian minister. 

Perkins, Joseph B., Crawford, Miss.; physi- 
cian. 

Swinney, Charles Caivin, Lexington, Miss.; 
county supt. education of Holmes County, 
Miss., twelve years; druggist, firm of 
Swinney & Stigler. 



1886 

Harvey, William Warren, Bovinia, Miss. 
Nixon, George Franklin, Bee Lake, Miss.; 

tax assessor Holmes County, Miss., 1896; 

mayor of Lexington, Miss., 1900; book- 

keener * 

Phillips, ' Walter Chew, 2213 14th Ave.. 8., 

Birmingham, Ala.; pres. and genl. mgr., 

Philllps-Hendon Company, 2220 Morris 

Avenue. 

1887 

Mills, Fred Zoilicotrer, Box 872. Dallas, Tex.; 

southern mgr., American Tobacco Co. 
Stevens, Charles ZoMlcoffer, Hattlesburg, 

Miss.; merchant. 
Stevens, Chauncey Hardee, Augusta, Miss.; 

merchant. 

'1888 

Durr, William MIchaei, Pinola, Miss.; bank- 
ing and mercantile. 

Evans, Thomas Jehu; address unknown; 
civil engineer. 

Pettus, Jr., Thomas Franklin; address un- 
known ; teacher. 

Tucker, William Feimster, Woodville, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

1889 

Buiiard, William, Scran ton. Miss.; LL.B., de- 
gree with 2nd honor. University of Missis- 
sippi; lawyer. 

Crawford, Edgar Franklin, Coldwater, Miss. 

Dobbins, William Peyton, Corinth, Miss.; 
grad. Peabody Normal College, University 
of Nashville, 1895; elected principal Merid- 
ian High School, 1895; now superintendent 
of city schools. 

Hammack, John A., Scooba, Miss. 

Johns, Ulysses Wharton, Madison Station, 
Miss. ; planter. 

Massingale, Samuel Chapman, Fort Worth, 
Texas. 

Moore, J. T., Quitman, Miss. 

Williams, B. Qllmore, Brooklyn. N. Y.; grad. 
of Bellevue Hospital, Brianger Germany, 
L. I., State Hospital; phyoician. 



1890 

Moseley, Beverly Freeiand, Meridian, Miss. 

Sanders, Edgar, Kosciusko, Miss.; lawyer & 
merchant. 

Weatheriy, Asa Hasweil, Kosciusko, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

Wooifoik, Charles T., Flagstaff, Ariz.; law- 
yer. 

1891 

Baliey, Re Vance, Senatobia, Miss.; planter 
and merchant. 

Turley, John Dabney, Coldwater, Miss.; mer- 
chant and banker. 

1892 

Graham, Malcolm Smith, Forest, Miss.; mer- 
chant. 

Ramsay, James Alfred, Collins, Miss.; law- 
yer. 

WebBter, William P., Tula, Miss.; physician. 

1893 

Brady, Jr., Thomas, Brookhaven, Miss.; law- 
yer. 

Buie, Joseph, Potter Valley, Cal.; lawyer; 
Methodist minister. 

Cook, William Henry, Hattlesburg, Miss.; 
grad. University of Mississippi, B. A., 1896; 
headmaster Latin Dept., St. Thomas Hall, 
1897; LL.B., 1898; lawyer, circuit Judge. 

Gillespie, Wiiiiam David, Greenwood, Miss. 

Griffith, Virgil Alexis, 8125 Beach St., Gulf- 
port. Miss.; grad. A. B., University of Mis- 
sissippi, 1897; admitted to bar, 1898; di- 
rector First Natl. Bank; lawyer. 

Rootes, Edmund Wilcox, Grand View, Tex.; 
University of Mississippi; editor University 
Magazine; house furnishing business. 

Smith, Benjamin Paxton, Brookhaven, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

Strawn, Aaron Franklin; address unknown; 
lawyer. 

1894 

Cheek, William Augustus, MlUviUe, Miss.; 
physician. 

Denton, Manford Esca, Marks, Miss.; grad. 
University of Miss., LL.B.; appointed 
chancellor. 7th Chancery District of Miss., 
1908; member of legislature, 1900-08; law- 
yer; chancery Judge. 

Duriey, Benjamin Howard, Aberdeen, Miss.; 
grad. University of Mississippi, B. S., 1906; 
University of Chicago, M. D., 1908; St. 
Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1908-09; 
physician. 

Stephens, Hubert Durrett, New Albany, 
Mies.; elected district attorney for Third 
Judicial District, 1907; lawyer. 

1895 

Austin, Wiiiiam Lane, 1236 Princeton St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C; grad. University 
of Mississippi. B.Ph. and LL.B.; traveling 
agent. Census Dept.. manufactures. 

Prosey, Hugh Hamiii, 5189 Fairmount. St. 
Louis. Mo.; salesman, Woodward & Tier- 
nan Printing Co., 309 N. 3rd St. 



1896 

Davis, Thomas Dick, 413 W. Washington 
Ave.. McAIester, Okla.; grad. University of 
Mississippi. B. A., 1899; LL.B., 1901; ad- 
mitted to bar. 1901; police Judge of Mc- 
AIester, 1905-7; lawyer, Harris Bldg. 



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Floyd, William Ernett, Coweta, Okla.; coun- 
ty supt. of public health; examiner for 
N. Y. Mutual Insurance Co.; examiner En- 
dowment Rank K. of P.; examiner Penn 
Mutual Ins. Co.; physician. 

Quymet, Jasper Felix, Hazlehurst, Miss.; 
teacher, 1898-1900; lawyer. 

Hubbard, Ethelbert Jackson, New Orleans, 
La.; physician. 

Hurst, George Qlbson, Oxford, Miss.; teacher, 
1900-1904; member State Board of Teachers' 
Examiners. 1901; editor Miss. School Jour- 
nal & Lafayette Co. Press; principal Uni- 
versity Training School. 

Jackson, Ethelbert, Hazelhurst, Miss. 

Lanier, Robert De, Brookhaven, Miss.; law- 
yer. 

McRaney, Oliver Clifton, Collins. Miss. 

PIttman, Frank King, Tonopah, Nevada; 
with Tonopah Exploration Co. 

Stephens, Edgar Jacob, New Albany, Miss. 

Sumrall, John Hlgdon, 230 N. Jackson St., 
Brookhaven, Miss.; lawyer, member firm 
of Cassedy & Sumrall, 230 S. 1st St 

Wilson, Solan Q., Hazlehurst, Miss.; physi- 
cian. 

1897 

Buford, Harry Scott, Fairfax, Okla.; real es- 
tate and cattle. 

Burn ham, Henry McCabe, Harpersville, 
Mise.; physician. 

Conn, Abe Heath, Hazlehurst. Miss.; lawyer. 

Rutledge, William Ormsby, Summit. Miss.; 
physician. 

1898 

Bowen, Brannon Curry, Gulfport, Miss.; law- 
yer. 

Dear, Hardy Clay, Enterprise, Miss.; lawyer. 

Qodbold, Wlimer Lee, McKlnney, Texas; 
lawyer. 

Lawrence, Otto Mayfield, Caledonia, Miss.; 
grad. University of Miesissippi Law Dept., 
1900; principal Caledonia Hi^rh School; 
lawyer. 

Sexton, Luther Seymour, Hazlehurst, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

Stand Iter, John Nabers, Norfolk. Va. 

Taggart, Jack Quitman, Tchula, Miss. 

1899 

.Bratton, Carl Alexander, Pontotoc, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

Qartrell, James Edmund, Jamestown, Miss.; 
bookkeeper and cashier. 

McCallum, George, Peachman, Miss.; phar- 
macist and hospital steward of Mississippi 
State Penitentiary. 

Stubblefield, Calvin Fort, DeasonviUe, Miss.; 
merchant and planter. 

Swinney, Alexander Ewing, Lexington, Miss.; 
furniture dealer. 

Taylor, Travis Henry, Como, Miss.; mer- 
chant. 

Woodward, Albert Young, Louisville, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

1900 

Broome, James Henry, Binghampton, Tenn.; 
traveling salesman. 

Freeman, Charles Robert, Checotah, Okla.; 
grad. Univ. of Miss., 1901; admitted to 
bar. 1901; city attorney, 1903-4; mayor, 
1905; now lawyer and city attorney. 

Howie, John HInes, Jackson, Miss.; lawyer. 

Jones, Hardy Neil Powell, Des Moines, Iowa; 
trans, to Iowa Alpha. 

Reucher, Guy Jack, DeKalb, Miss.; member 



State Legislature, Kemper County, Miss., 

1908-12; lawyer. 
Spearman, Clyde Herman, Air Mount, Miss.; 

physician. 
Williams, Eugene Nelms, Clarksdale, Miss.; 

pharmacist. 

1901 

Barron, Henry Samuel, Crystal Springs, 
Miss.; grad. University of Mississippi, 
B. A. 

Clark, Daniel Otis, Sweetwater, Texas; law- 
yer. 

Johnson, Benjamin Franklin, Hazlehurst, 
I^lss * Dhvsiclan 

Miller,*' William Brooks, Hazlehurst, Miss.; 
lawyer. 

MIse, Joseph Henry, Gulfport, Miss.; law- 
yer. 

Stelnberger, Clinton Clemens, Jefferson St., 
Okolona, Miss.; grad. law dept., University 
of Mississippi; printing and publishing 
business, Arm of Abe Steinberger & Sons. 

1902 

Enochs, Robert Jones, Crystal Springs, Miss. ; 
interne, University of Mississippi Hospital, 
Vlcksburg. since 1909; physician. 

Hairston, John Moseley, Gulfport, Miss.; law- 
yer; city Judge. 

Strickland, Randolph Tucker, 31 N. Cooper 
Ave., Memphis, Tenn.; principal Rosemark 
High School. 

1903 

Dampeer, Joe Hughston, Wesson, Miss.; 
physician. 

Harris, John Lynn, Water Valley. Miss.; 
lawyer. 

Johnston, Means, Schlater, Miss.; planta- 
tion owner. 

Taylor, James Meriwether, Como. Miss. 

Williams, Auvergne, E^ipora. Miss.; B. A., 
University of Mississippi, 1907; University 
of Chicago. 

1905 

Farley, Leonard Eugene, Hernando, Miss. 

Hampton, Wilburn Edgar, Oxford, Miss. 

Lemler, Julius A., 4 Savannah, Rochester, 
N. Y.; with Vacuum Oil Co., Rochester, 
New York. 

McPherson, Leary W., Lickfalr, La.; lumber. 

Temple, William Alexander, North St., Ox- 
ford, Miss. 

Turley, Thomas Floyd, 80 Madison Ave., 
Memphis, Tenn.; grad. law dept.. Univer- 
sity of Mississippi; admitted to bar, 1906; 
lawyer. 

1906 

Dorsey, Rankin Scott, Natchez, Miss.; law- 
yer, member firm of Dorsey & Allen. 

Hunt, Daniel, University, Miss.; mining en- 
gineer; student. 

Scott, Warren Lee, Prentiss. Miss.; lawyer, 
member Scott & Parker, Sumrall; member 
Arm of Livinston & Scott, Prentiss; county 
attorney, Jefferson Davis County, Miss. . 

Tynes, Jr., Walter Augustus, Summit, Miss.; 
asst. cashier, Bank of Summit. 

1907 

Brannon, Jr., Walter Lawrence, Coffeeville, 

Miss.; civil engineer. 
Browne, Hugh ZollicofTer, Kosciusko, Miss. 
Gait her. Rice Hunter, Memphis, Tenn.; car^ 

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Gillespie, James Gordon, Greenwood, Miss.; 
gmd. tJnlversity of Mississippi, B. S.. 1908; 
editor Greenwood Commonwealth. 

Hubbard, Lexy Walter, Shuqualak. Miss. 

Phipps, Claiborne McCullough, Terra Ceia, 
Florida. 

Wooten, William Arthur, Como, Miss.; grad. 
B. A., University of Mississippi, 1908; cot- 
ton business. 

1908 

Browne, Paul ZolllcofTer, Kosciusko, Miss. 
Edwards, William, Sbubuta, Miss.; lawyer. 
Farley, David LaBauve, Hernando, Mies. 
Hampton, Orin Oliver, North St., Oxford, 

Miss.; lawyer. 
Jones, Edgar Malcolm, West Point, Va. 



Moses, Barnette Emile, Memphis. Tenn.; 

lawyer. 84 Madison Ave. 
Neely, Charles Lea, Bolivar, Tenn.; lawyer. 
O'Nell, Richard Thomas, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Renshaw, Paul, Indianola, Miss. 
Sage, Abner Potts Hubert, Cockrum, Miss. 

1909 

Alexander, Jr., Morris James. Tunica, Miss. 
Burnett, Thomas Charles, Vlcksburg, Miss. 
Cochran, John B. Gordon, Cockrum. Miss. 
Keltis, Patty Pleasant, Shuqualak, Miss. 
Mitchell, Weber Ira, Crenshaw. Miss. 
Renshaw, Joseph Wllroy, CoffeevlUe, Miss.; 

lawyer. 
Shackelford, David Sutton, Lexington, Miss. 
Wooten, Jr., James Wright, Como. Miss. 



MISSISSIPPI BETA. 



MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE. 

CLINTON, MISS. 



FOUNDED IN 1860 BY FBEDEBICK W. JONES. 



Inactive since 1860. 



1860 

Crum, O. C, Clinton, Mise. 
Cranberry, 8. C. Macon, Miss. 
Hall, J. D., Chulahoma, Miss. 
Huner, Collins D., Grenada, Miss. 
Kennedy, J. E., Livingston, Miss. 



Johnstone, W. D., Macon, Ala. 
Lewis, William H., Chattanoogra, Tenn. 
Logan. John L., New Orleans, La. 
Marsalis, W. J., Auburn. Miss. 
Newton, I. K., Vicksburg. Mise. 
Phillips, Robert, Atlanta, 6a. 
Sanderson, M. H., Holly Springs, Miss. 
Thomas, Norman, Gallatin, Tenn. 



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TENNESSEE ALPHA. 



LA GRANGE SYNODICAL COLLEGE, 

LA GRANGE. TENNESSEE. 

FOrXDED JANUABY 8, 1859, BY HUGH A. BANKS, FBAXCIS D. 
BARNES, JOSEPH L. GRIGGS, WILLIAM I). HOWZE, P. P. JEN- 
KINS AND HENRY F. SCOTT. 



Tnaelict after 1860. 



1869 

Farley, John Boyce, Tillar, Ark. 

Frierson, William Vincent, Port Gibson, 

Miss. 
Qlllesple, George, StarkviUe, Miss. 
Matthews, Robert Joseph Walker, Humboldt, 

Tenn. 
Mitchell, Walworth Zenas, Memphis, Tenn. 
Moody, John Anderson, Trinity, Tex. 



Moseley, Alex Mitchell, Kissimmee, Fla.; 

served in Civil War; surveyor. 
Park, J. B., Memphis, Tenn. 
Smith, John Waverly, Grand Junction, Tenn.; 

mercantile bookkeeper. 
Tipton, Henry Clay, ijlttle Rock, Ark. 

I860 

Martin, John Bennett, Cameron, Miss. 
Wilson, John Fatten, Nash, Tex. 



Ill 



TENNESSEE BETA. 

CUMBERLAND COLLEGE. 

LEBANON, TENNESSEE. 

FOUNDED AUGUST 21, 1860, BY JOSEPH GRIGGS. 



Inactive after 1876. 



1860 

Alexander, Thomas, Winchester, Tenn. 
Haughton, Mllus William, Seattle, Wash. 
Jennings, William Scott, Mt. Pleasant. Tenn. 
Tate, George Samuel, Lynnville, Tenn. 
Walker, Joel P., Horn Lake, Miss. 
Walker, Robert J., Horn Ltake, Miss. 

1867 

Code, William A., Selma, Ala. 
McLean, Eds Gray, Walla Walla, Wash. 
Peyton, Joseph Balie, Lebanon. Tenn. 
Reeves, Elbert Clay, Johnson City, Tenn. 

1868 

Beard, Edward Ewlng, Lebanon, Tenn. 

Collins, Charles Standish, Little Rock, Ark. 

Ford, William Benjamin, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

LIghtfoot, Henry William, Paris, Texas. 

Penett, James Williamson, Midway, Ala. 

Reeves, Isaac Edward, Jonesboro, Tenn. 

Thornburgh, George, Masonic Temple, Little 
Rock, Ark.; speaker House of Representa- 
tives; editor. 

Usher, Francis Clements, Houston, Texas. 

1869 

Browder, Hartwell H. T., Eufaula. Ala. 

Denson, William C; address unknown. 

Ellis, John Emmett, Paris, Texas. 

Houston, Augustus Weyman, 303 Pecan St., 
San Antonio, Texas: lawyer, member firm 
of Houston, Boyle, Storey & Davis. 

Thompson, W. B.; address unknown. 

1870 

Darby, William Johnson, Nashville, Tenn. 

Dean, J. S., Brazos, Texas. 

Dillon, William George, Cleveland, Tenn.; 
trans, to Tenn. Gamma. 

Gamboe, R. E., St. Louis, Mo. 

Head, Henry Oswald, 612 S. Crockett St.. 
Sherman, Texas; district judge at Sher- 
man, 1886-1890; associate Justice Court 
Civil Appeals, at Fort Worth, 1892-95; 
lawyer. 

Head, Lee, Gallatin, Texas. 

Morris, Ell Thomas, Nashville, Tenn. 



Shelby, David Davie, Huntsville. Ala.; U. S. 
Circuit Judge, 5th Circuit 

1871 

Bonner, Jesse Willis, 2223 Murphy Ave., 
Nashville, Tenn.; judge Circuit Court of 
Davidson Co., Tenn., 1893-02; professor 
in law dept., Vanderbilt University. 1902; 
lawyer; district attorney; I. C. E. R. Co.> 
First Nationcd Bank Bldg. 

Burrus, C. J., Yazoo City, Miss. 

1872 

Leigh, William Roscoe, Brownsville, Tenn. 

1873 

Angler, Clarence Victor, Atlanta, Ga. 
Catiin, Jacob H., Belleville, Texas. 
Karr, Edward J., Memphis, Tenn. 
Miller, Charles Austin, Bolivar, Tenn. 
Mcpherson, Edward, Paducah, Ky. 
Rose, B. B., Memphis, Tenn. 

1874 

Bransford, Clifton Wood, 614 Frederica SL 
Owensboro, Ky. ; grad. Louisville Lain 
School, 1878; Democratic elector 2nd Con- 
gressional district of Ky., 1896; president 
Owensboro Banking Co. since 1890. 

Lowny, Albert Gallatin, 500 Main St., Hope, 
Ark.; insurance agent and lawyer. 

Taylor, Edmund Henry, Brownsville, Tenn. 

1875 

Cabot, N. F., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Melton, W. M., Centervllle, Tex. 
Williams, Frank, Roswell, N. M. 

1876 

Chestnut, Samuel David, Trenton, Ky.; 

banking. 
Elliston, Thomas Evans, Edgefield, Tenn. 
Meiers, William Aviiettf, Morgantown, Ky. 
Hlxon, John William, CrawfordsvUle, Ga. 
Ray, John Edwin Ruthven, Washington, D. C. 



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TENNESSEE GAMMA. 



NASHVILLE UNIVERSITY. 

NASHVILLE. TENN. 

FOUNDED OCTOBER 10, 1870, BY JAMES FRAZEB. 

InaeUve afler JS7S. 



1870 

Poyntx, Samuel Moore, Denver, Colo. 

1871 

LIpecombf Horace Greeley, Nashville. Tenn. 
Pearce, Chrlttlan Shultz, Nashville. Tenn. 
Trlgg# Robert Locke Weakly, Noble, Sabine 
parish, JLa. 

1872 

Blake, W. W., Nashville, Tenn. 



Dunbar, L. B., Clarksville, Tenn. 

Grider, Warner Underwood, Bowling Green, 

Kentucky. 
Shultz, William Mcllvain, Florence. Colo.; 

physician. 
Underwood, John C, I^ouisville, Ky. 



1873 

Gilchrist, Jr., Malcolm Joseph, Courtland, 

Alabama. 
Trigg, John Hickman, Noble, La. 



IIH 



TENNESSEE DELTA. 



VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY. 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. 

FOrXDET) OCTOBER 7, 1903. CHARTER MEMBERS: WILLIAM 
ERNEST FLOYD, JORDAN STOKES, JR., DUNCAN EVE, JR., 
JAMES EMMET WILLIAMS, GIDEON PILLOW WADE, FRANK 
ALLEN BERRY, EDGAR STANLEY McILVAIN, MEDICUS RAN- 
SOM, WILLIAM CHARLES CHISUM, JR. 



1901 

Berry, Frank Allen, 123 Ninth Ave., S., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Chiaum, Wllliann Charlea, Jr., 627 N. Broad- 
way, Shawnee, Okla.; vice-president. The 
Lohgmire -Draper Co. 

Eve, Jr., Duncan, 207 7th Ave., N., Nash- 
ville. Tenn.; grad. medical dept. Vander- 
bilt University, 1905; physician, cor. 
Church St. and 7th Ave. 

Mclivain, Edgar Stanley, Manila, Philippine 
Islands; grad. Vanderbilt Pharmacy. 1903; 
medical dept., 1906; physician, civil service, 
care Bureau of Health. 

Murfree, William Law, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Ransom, Medlcus, 17th Ave., S., Nashville, 
Tenn.; writer. 

Steele, John Black, Eastern Hotel. Chatta- 
nooga. Tenn.; physician, 9^ E. 8th St. 

Stokes, Jr., Jordan, Nashville, Tenn.; law- 
yer, Stahlman Bldg. 

Wade, Gideon Pillow, 2511 Kensington Place. 
Nashville, Tenn.; special agent. Maryland 
Casualty Co., 406 Stahlman Bldg. 

Williams, James Emmet, Watervalley, 
Miss.; grad. Vanderbilt Univ., 1903; drug- 
gist. 

1902 

Baxter, John, 1710 Belcourt St., Nashville, 

Tenn.; real estate; member firm of L. L. 

Baxter & Son. 
Lemolne, Jules Downing, Gulfport, La.; 

grad. Vanderbilt Medical. 1904; physician. 
Meacham, Rodman Young, Hopkinsville, Ky.; 

general manager, Meacham Contracting 

Company. 

1903 

Abernathv, Alfred Shieldi, Pulaski. Tenn.; 
gnid. Vanderbilt University, 1907: interne, 
Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. City, 1908-09; phy- 
sician. 

Baxter, Lewis LaTourrette, 1710 Belcourt 
St.. Nashville. Tenn.; grad. Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, B. B., 1907; civil engineer and 
architect. 



Fennell, Jr., Joseph, Cynthiana. Ky.; law- 
yer. 

Howard, Eugene Rice, 2016 Terrace Place. 
Nashville. Tenn.; with Howard, Motz 
& Co. 

Miller, Jr., William James, 723 Lischey Ave.. 
Nashville. Tenn.; grain business; care Mil- 
ler & Co. 

Motz, Caleb Carson, 2016 Terrace Place, 
Nashville. Tenn.; engineer and architect, 
member Arm of Howard, Motz & Co., 307 
Church St. 

Sexton, Lewis Albert, Willard Parker Hos- 
pital. New York City, N. Y.; physician; 
hospital physician. Department of Health, 
New York City. 

1904 • 

Bailey, Purdy Sanford, Memphis. Tenn.; 

physician. 
Hayes, William Witherspoon, Nashville, 

Tenn.; chemist; care Spurlock Neal Co. 
Jamison, Jr., James Henry, 129 8th Ave., S.. 

Nashville. Tenn.; Iaw3'er. 66 Cole Bldg. 
Woodcock, Wilson Wiley, 3 miles on Gallatin 

Road. Nashville. Tenn.; pastor. Calvary 

Baptist Church. 

1906 

Jeck, Howard Sheffield, 1208 4th Ave., N.. 

Nashville. Tenn.; grad. Vanderbilt Medical 

School. 1909; physician. 
Stokes, James Whitworth, 1713 West End 

Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 

1906 

Coleman, William James, Aberdeen. Miss.; 
grad. Jefferson Medical College, 1909; phy- 
sician 

Fox, Wilfred Leonard, 2016 Terrace Place, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Hill, Jr., Adolph Burge, 1719 Hayes St., 
Nashville. Tenn.; mgr. stock depL, Stand- 
ard Printing Co. 

Lega, Isham Vaughan, Elkmont, Ala. 

McKee, George Henry, 1st and Lincoln Sts., 
Spokane, wash.; lawyer, Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 



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VAXDERBILT UNIVERSITY. 



llo 



Ransom, Jr., John Bostic, 1800 West End 
Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ; lumber dealer, care 
John B. Ransom & Co. 

Sexton, Daniel Perkins, 1800 West End Ave., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Smith, Jr., Mumford, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.; 
cloth ins:. 

Talley, William Leslie, Watanga Club, Nash- 
ville. Tenn.; lawyer, 52 Chamber of Com- 
ntierce. 

Wakefield, John Winston, Pulaski, Tenn.; 
lumber business. 

1907 

Blake, William Morgan, 117 Sixth Ave.. N., 

Nashville, Tenn. ' 
Cheek, James Howe, 209 

ville, Tenn.; salesman. 

Company. 
Frost, Virginius Carlisle, 2017 Terrace Place, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Grigsby, Hatcher Milton, Pulaski. Tenn. 
Hill, Joseph LaFayette, 1719 Hays St., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
Hunt, Jr., Sam, San Antonio, Tex. 
Jones, James Baird, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Laurent, Joseph Scott, 817 Fatherland St., 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Phillips, William Keeling, 1717 West End 

Ave.. Na.shville, Tenn.; phosphate business. 
Whitworth, Charles Bosley, 2018 West End 

Ave., Nashville, Tenn.; real estate; care 

Sharp & Horn. 



Louise Ave.. 
Cheek-Neal 



Nash- 
Coffee 



1908 

Armistead, William Houston, 804 Fatherland 
St., Nashville, Tenn. 

Atchison, Kenneth Carlisle, 1118 S. Fk-ederica, 
Owensboro, Ky.; physician and surgeon. 

Baxter, Thomas Evans, 1710 Belcourt St., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Cheek, John Thomas, 209 Louise Ave., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Christopher, Claude Prichitt, 2109 State St., 
Nashville, Tenn.; composer, popular music. 

Deadman, Bertram C, Columbia, Tenn. 

Garner, William Sutton, Ozark, Ala. 

Hughes, Russell Houston, 323 21st Ave., N., 
Nashville. Tenn. 

Steagall, Q. W. Tullahoma, Tenn. 

Williams, Carl Thurman, Copperhill, Tenn. 

1909 

Cheatham, Felix Robertson, B-2, Jackson 

Flats. Nashville, Tenn. 
Cooper, John Robert, Mayland, Tenn. 
Flowers, Henry Fort, Adairville. Ky. 
Cranberry, James Treanor, 1712 West End 

Ave.. Nashville, Tenn. 
Henderson, Samuel Howard, Talladesra, Ala. 
Mahon, Jack Howell, 1829 17th* St., Bakers- 

fleld. Cal. 
Scobey, William Powell, Franklin, Tenn. 
Smith, Clifford Talbott, Nashville. Tenn. 
Swann, Edward, Winchester, Tenn. 



KENTUCKY ALPHA. 

KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. 

HARRODSBURG. KENTUCKY. 

FOUNDED JANUARY 24, 1865, BY E. L. CAMPBELL ANp JOHN 
T. .VILEY. 



1865 

Armstrong, David Wllaon, Hotel Marseille, 
Broadway & 103rd St.. New York City; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1868; lawyer. 

Carr, Oliver Anderson, Sherman, Texas. 



Frazee, D. T., Marysville, Ky. 

Latham, Robert Turner, Harrodsburg:, Ky. 

Lucas, Samuel Hardin, Loucaston, Newtown, 

Ky. 
Noe, J. A., Berlin, Ky. 
Rodgers. William, Liexlngton, Ky. 



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TEXAS ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. 

AUSTIN. TEXAS. 

4 

FOUNDED OCTOBER 27, 1904. CHARTER MEMBERS: ARTHUR 
LUDLOW CALHOUN, AICGUS GILCHRIST WYNNE, JOHN 
CHARLES BROOKE, DANIEL GRANT RUGGLES, HENRY TURNER 
FLETCHER, HOBERT HENRY REM8CHEL, GEORGE NELSON 
LYTLE, SAMUEL NEATHERY, HENRY CAMP HARRIS, HENRY 
DALE YOUNG, WILLIAxM HENRY MATHEWS, JOSEPH HALL 
R ANSON, HOYT HICKS BURCHARD, FELIX BARNARD BRAM- 
LETTE. 



1904 

Bramlette, Felix Barnard, Las Esperanzas 
Coah., Mex.; physician. 

Brooke, J. C, Alpine, Tex.; admitted to bar, 
1906; lawyer; county attorney, Brewster 
county, Texas. 

Brown, Jr., Robert Garland, Longview, Tex.; 
manager, R. G. Brown Lumber Co. 

Bryan, Lewis Lyies, El Paso, Tex.; lawyer. 

Burchard, Hoyt Hicks, Gonzales, Tex.; 
with Gonzales Drug Co. 

Calhoun, Arthur Ludlow, 376 Wall St., Beau- 
mont, Tex.; lawyer. 

Crain, William Henry, Victoria, Tex.; admit- 
ted to bar, 1903; lawyer. 

Clement, Cresson Charles, 815 Grayson St., 
San Antonio, Tex.; assistant city attorney 
of San Antonio, Tex., 1901-03; lawyer; 
assistant United States attorney since 1906 ; 
Alamo Bank Bldg. 

DeZavalla, Augustine Peter, Driskill Hotel, 
Austin, Tex.; state bank examiner. 

Duncan, Allan Bragg, 500 W. 6th St., Bon- 
ham, Tex.; automobiles. 

Eubank, James Jack, 432 S. Walnut St., 
Sherman, Tex.; insurance agency. 

rietcher, Henry Turncy, Alpine, Tex.; stock- 
man, manager 02 ranch. 

Fort, William Felts, 645 East Austin, Paris, 
Tex.; manager Paris Motor Co. 

Greer, Hal I., Beaumont, Tex.; member firm, 
Greer Printing Co. 

Harris, Henry Camp, Greenville, Tex.; man- 
aging editor, Greenville Herald. 

Lytle, Nelson, 332 S. Presa St.. San Antonio, 
Tex,; lawyer, member firm of Clark, Bliss 
& Lytle, 241 W. Commerce St. 

Matthews, William Henry, Sanderson, Tex.; 
grad. University of Texas, B. A. 1903; D. 
D. Austin Theological Seminary, 1906; pas- 
tor, Presbyterian Church. 

Mays, Benjamin Franklin, Jamestown, Va. 

McLeod, John Wright, 418 N. 4th St., Tem- 
ple, Tex.; grad. law dept. University of 
Texas, 1906; claim adjuster, G. C. & S. F. 
Ry. Co.. Nunnelly Bldg. 



McCullough, Earl Thomas, 207 West North 
St., Longview, Tex.; bookkeeper, Longview 
Ice. Light & Bottling Co. 

Neathery, Samuel, Haskell. Tex.; grad. Uni- 
versity of Texas, B. A. 1903; LC. B. 1904; 
lawyer. 

Ranson, Joseph Hall, Palestine, Tex.; with 
general attorneys, I. & G. N. R. R, 

Remschel, Robert Henry, R. F. D. No. 2» 
Falls City, Tex.; stock business. 

Ruggles, Daniel Grant, 1600 Rio Grande, Aus- 
tin. Tex.; Journalism: Austin correspon- 
dent, Beaumont Enterprise. 

Wilson, Sidney Johnston, 109 Hathway Ave., 
Houston, Tex.; physician, 208 Temple Bldg. 

Wynne, Angus Gilchrist, Wills Point, Tex.; 
lawyer. 

Young, Henry Dale, Uvalde, Tex. 



1905 

Alexander, Samuel Craig, Bonham, Tex. 

Boothe, Clyde Linnle, Gonzales, Tex.; with 
Boot he Hardware Co. 

Boothe, Ross, Gonzales, Tex.; grad. Uni- 
versity of Texas, A. B. 1909. 

Bowen, Willard Justin, Pleasanton, Tex.; 
grad. law dept., University of Texas, 
1905; county attorney, Atascosa county, 
Texas, 1905-08; lawyer. 

Bramiette, Ersklne Miller, Longview, Tex.; 
lawyer. 

Brown, John Crutcher, 301 N. Green, Long- 
view, Tex.; with R. G. Brown Lumber Co. 

Brown, John Leonard, San Antonio, Tex.; 
lawyer. 

Drake, Carl Boardman, New Mexico. 

Hawkins, Frank, Bay City, Tex.; real estate. 

Irvine, Vivion Rose, Austin and Marshall, 
Tex.; engineer, member firm of Walker & 
Irvine. 

Karnes, Thomas Ezelle, Gonzales, Tex. 

Mathews, John Jones, Gonzales, Tex.; stock- 
man. 

Mitchell, Thomas Franklin, Temple, Tex.; 
civil engineer, Santa Fe R. R. 



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118 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY, 



North, James Mortimer, 1217 College Ave. 
Fort Worth, Tex.; news editor, Star-Tele- 
gram. 

Ruckman, Hugh Bennett, Helena, Tex.; 
ranchman. 

Smith, Marcus Dixon, Cumby, Tex., asst 
cashier, Cumby State Bank. 

Smith, Owen Pattie, 401 Parker St., McKin- 
ney, Tex.; deputy county clerk, Court 
House. 

Smith, William Bruner, Longview, Tex.; in- 
surance, care Cooke & Rain. 

1906 

Armstrong, Otto, 2501 Rio Grande, Austin, 
'fexas 

Bailey, George Arnold, 514 Swiss Ave., Dal- 
las, Tex.; jewelry business, 238 Main St. 

Boothe, Fred, Qonzales, Tex. 

Caruthers, William Hampden, Alpine, Tex.; 
mining engineering. 

Davenport, Matthew, Palestine, Tex. ; cashier, 
Citizens' National Bank. 

Evins, Word, San Antonio, Tex. 

Griffith, Wiltshire, Hendersonville, N. C; 
grad. in pharmacy, University of North 
Carolina, 1908: with The Justus Pharmacy. 

Wright, Hugh, 811 N. Stanton St.. El Paso. 
Tex.; trans, to Cal. Beta; then to Texas 
Alpha; mining engineering. 

1907 

Adams, Leopold Sheridan, Beaumont, Tex. 

Clement, William Woodward, 214 N. 2d St., 
Temple, Tex.; high school principal; State 
Board of Examiners, 1904; now principal 
high school. 



, Culpepper, Oscar Roberta, 629 S. Flores, San 
Antonio, Tex. 

Ferguson, Silas Turner, 2036 Calder Ave., 
Beaumont, Tex. 

Goodwin, Jake Joseph, RatclUfe, Tex.; man- 
ager, livery business. 

Goodwin, Roy Thaddeus, Moscow, Tex. 

Jarratt, Charles Rowland, Dialvllle, Tex<; 
commission merchant. 

Oatman, Duke, Creedmore, Tex.; farming. 

Ruggles, William Brush, 1600 Rio Grande 
St., Austin, Tex. 

Wilson, George Henry, Sulphur Springs, Tex. 

Wood, Joseph Glenn, 207 E. Rusk St., Mar- 
shall, Tex.; manager, Frank Davis, whole- 
sale grain dealer. 

1908 

Blewitt, Tom Stone, 1216 Orleans St., Beau- 
mont, Tex. 

Bramlette, Paul Miller, Liongview, Tex. 

Foreman, Howell Northcutt, Liongview, Tex. 

Jones, Robert Elliott, Gonzales, Tex. 

Gwin, Aionzo Perry, Rensselaer, Ind. 

Levy, Richard Mar, Liongvlew, Tex. 

Noonan, Ralph Joseph, 1104 N. Olive St., San 
Antonio, Tex. 

Terrell, Jr., Henry, 417 Oakland St., San 
Antonio, Tex. 

1909 

Boothe, Joe Henry, Gonzales, Tex. 

Garrett, Pearson Beverly, San Antonio, Tex. 

Hanchett, L. M., Tyler. Tex. 

Poilard, Joseph Mason, 626 N. El Paso, Tex. 

Reed, Roger M., Holland, Tex. 

Schramm, Texas Earnest, San Antonio, Tex. 

Sherrill, Roy Litton, Temple, Tex. 



OHIO ALPHA. 

OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. 

DELAWARE. OHIO. 

FOUNDED JANUARY 21, 1861, BY C. W. BREYFOGLE, J. W. 
PETERS, L. M. BUCHWALTER AND J. S. JONES. 



1861 

Clark, Luclen, 1405 Nell Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio; minister, Klngr Avenue M. E. Church. 

High, Johnson N.; address unknown; promi- 
nent in state affairs; in legislature at 
Washington, D. C, from Kansas until re- 
cently retired. 

Laycock, John *Henry, 513 W. Liberty St., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Peters, John Wesley, 3465 Brookline Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio; clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal Church, Clifton, Cincinnati. 

Peters, Samuel RItter, 116 W. Seventh St., 
Newton, Kan.; grad. law department. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1867; state senator in 
1875; judge Ninth judicial district. 1875- 
83; member of Congress from 1883-91; post- 
master since 1898; lawyer; editor; judge 
district court. 

1862 

Arrlghl, Antonio A., 395 Broome St., New 
York City, N. Y.; minister. 

Merrlman, George Benjamin, The Rocham- 
beau, Washington, D. C; elected clerk of 
Genesee county, Mich.; 1858; admitted to 
bar, 1860; appointed asst. professor of 
mathematics. University of Michigan, 1866; 
acting professor of physics. University of 
Michigan, 1871; professor of mathematics 
and astronomy, Rutgers College, N. J., 
1877; asst. on Nautical Almanac since 1899. 

Peters, William H., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 

Sears, Clinton Brooks, Bradford Court, New- 
ton Center, Mass.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan 
irniverslty, B. A. and M. A.; IT. S. Military 
Academy, 1867; in active military service 
of the U. S., 1862-1908, serving as an officer 
of the corps of engineers, U. S. A., In all 
grades from second lieutenant to colonel; 
retired. 

Smith, Thomas Rodney, R. F. D. No. 2, Dela- 
ware, Ohio; member state House of Repre- 
sentatives, 73rd and 74th sessions; farmer. 

Thompson, John T., Buenos Aires, South 
America; missionary. 

1863 

Bennett, Charles Wesley, 218 Washington St., 
Piqua, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univers- 
ity. A. B., 1866; A. M., 1869; Ph.D., 1889; 
professor of mathematics, Moore's Hill Col- 
lege, Ind., 1866-74; supt. Piqua public 



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schools, 1874-1907; inspector Freedman 
schools of M. E. Church in the South. 

DeCamp, James Milton, The Auburndale, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1867; trustee Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1884-94; general agent, Llverpoci 
& Lfondon & Globe Insurance Co. since 1879. 

Merrick, Edward, 61 Pirey St., Flushing, New 
York City, N. Y.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan 
University, 1864; taught at Ohio Wesleyan 
College^ Cornell College, la.; supt. of pub- 
lic schools, Wilmington, Ohio; general man- 
ager Newton Gas Co. since 1900. 

Piper, Leonldas, 126 W. Sixth St., Marysvllle, 
Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1864; 
supt. public schools, MarysviUe, one year; 
admitted to bar, 1867; prosecuting attorney 
four years; probate judge six years; lawyer. 

Preston, Henry M., New Orleans, La. 



1864 

Buchwaiter, Morris L., Cincinnati, Ohio; 
trans, to N. Y. Alpha; lawyer, judge, Carew 
building. 

Dill, William, 304 Delaware St.. Leavenworth, 
ICan ' lawver 

Mast, 1. N.. 130 E. Maple Ave., Ottumwa, 
la. " retired. 

Mitchell, Frank Qridley, Park St., Miamis- 
burg, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1867; A. M., 1870; D. D.. 1894; 1889, de- 
partment chaplain G. A. R. ; 1864 sergeant 
134th Ohio Vol. Inf.; 1884-90 chaplain Ohio 
National Guard; 1894-96. grand chaplain 
Grand Lodge F. and A. M. of Ohio; since 
1897, grand chaplain Grand Chapter R. A. 
M. of Ohio; 1886-92, presiding elder Spring- 
field district; minister, Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

1866 

Gllmore, William Ferdinand, Decatur, 111. 

Merritt, Charles Ewan, 402 High St.. Mount 
Holly. N. J.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. 1868; admitted to bar, 1870; lawyer, 
21 High St. 

Todhunter, William H., 535 S. Main St., Mld- 
dletown. Ohio; lawyer. 

White, John Williams, 18 Concord Ave.. Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; professor of Greek, Harvard 
I'niverslty. 

Zenser, Solomon LInder, Minonk, 111. 



120 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1866 

Davy, JeMe Otis, 411 S. Central St., Spring- 
fleld, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Beta; physician. 

Duatin, Charles Wesley, Court House. Day- 
ton, Ohio; Judge Common Pleas court, 1896- 
1904; since 1904, Judge Circuit court of Ohio. 

Foraker, Joseph B., 1600 Sixteenth St., N. 
W., Washington. D. C; trans, to N. Y. 
Alpha; ex-senator; business. Traction BIdg., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hoyt, Francis Southback, Berea, Ohio; pro- 
fessor and librarian, Berea College. 

Rea, John A., Tacoma, Wash.; trans, to N. 
Y. Alpha. 

Robinson, William Adin, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

White, William J., Dayton, Ohio; high school 
Instructor, 
surance Co., 55-56 Porter BIdg. 

1867 

Conner, James Ryan, Gurrettsville, Ohio; 
teacher and supt. of schools twenty-five 
years; Journalist six years; pastor Nelson 
Congregational Church. 

Dickey, John Jay; address unknown; min- 
ister. 

Maxwell, Joseph Edson, Kansas City, Mo.; 
investments, 1011 Baltimore. 

Metcalfe, William S.; address unknown. 

Stahie, Wallace, Crestline, Ohio. 

1868 

Bently, Linn. 586 Oak St., Columbus, Ohio; 
president Columbus Iron A Steel Co. 

Davies, William Walter, Delaware, Ohio; 
professor of German and Hebrew, Ohio 
wesleyan University. 

Henderson, Isaiah R., 708 Oakwood Ave., 
Columbu.s. Ohio; retired minister. 

Jackson, Jacob Anderson, 289 Claremont 
Ave., Montclair, N. J.; grad. Ohio Wes- 
leyan T'niversity, 1870; supt. of schools, 
1871-75; law. 1875-78; real estate and life 
insurance since 1893; manager literary bu- 
reau. Mutual Life Insurance Co., 34 Nas- 
sau St., New York City. 

Lane, Eugene, 249 W. First Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1871; admitted to bar. 1878; lawyer; gen- 
eral counsel. Central Ohio B. & L. Co. 

Savage, William H., Anson. Tex. 

Spence, Thomas Wilson, 107 Prospect Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; trane. to N. Y. Alpha; 
grad. Cornell TTniversity, 1870, A. B.; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1872; postmaster. Fond du 
Lac. 1879-84; lawyer, member firm of 
Quarles, Spence & Quarles, Sentinel BIdg. 

Walters, Festur R., Circleville. Ohio; trans, 
to N. Y. Alpha; Judge. 

Ward. William Q., 112 Newbury St., Boston, 
Mass.; professor, Baldwin University, Ohio. 
1887-90; president Spokane College, 1890- 
92; head of department of Elnglish, Syra- 
cuse University, 1893-98; professor of Eng- 
lish literature, Ehierson (joUege, since 1898. 

1869 

BJack, Lewis Cass, Cincinnati, Ohio; lawyer, 

-Union Trust BIdg. 
Cherrlngton, William D., Lancaster. Ohio; 

district supt. M. E. Church; minister. 
Disette, . Thomas Kemp, Cleveland, Ohio; 

Judge; lawyer, American Trust BIdg. 
Donnan, Ervin V., 2120 Broadway. Toledo, 

Ohio; drugs. 
Oakes, Charles William, 544 N.. Oriental St.. 

Indianapolis, Ind. ; retired. 



Robinson, John Bunyan, 2020 Maple Ave., 
Evanston. 111.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. A. B., i860; author; pastor. 

Stubbs, Joseph Edward, University of Ne- 
x-ada, Reno, Nev.; president University of 
Nevada. 

Williams, Evan F., Ironton. Ohio. 

1870 

Beatty, John General, 49 Lexington, Ave., 
Columbus. Ohio; retired banker. 

Carpenter, Alfred Q., 2117 E. 100th St., Cleve- 
land. Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univers- 
ity, 1873; law school, 1876; professor bills 
and notes and contracts, Western Reser\'e 
Iaw School; lawyer, member firm of Car- 
penter, Young & Stoker, 615 Society for 
Savings BIdg. 

King, Howard A. L., Morristown. Ohio. 

1871 

Cherington, Charles Simpson, 266 N. Monroe 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; lawyer. 

Graham, William Irvin, Watertown, S. D.; 
princibal high school three years; profes- 
sor. Baker University, ten years; presi- 
dent of Dakota University ten years; min- 
ister. M. E. Church; district superintend- 
ent. 

1872 

Baggs, Wilbur P., Wheeling. W. Va. 

Hills, Aeuben Edgar, 127 N. Franklin St.. 
Delaware. Ohio; manager wholesale gro- 
cery. 

Jackson, John Collins; address unknown. 

Lett, George Washington, Shepard. Ohio; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1874; 
supt. of schools: professor of ancient lan- 
guages. Ohio Fairfield Academy; entered 
Ohio Conference, 1877; pastor, M. E. 
Church. 

Paul, Jacob Monroe; address unknown. 

Pritchard, Myron Thomas, 125 School St., 
Roxbury, Mass. 

Stahie, Reuben, Crestline, Ohio. 

1873 

Gray, William Druet, Washington Ave., Pali- 
sade. N. J.; minister and book manufac- 
turer. 

Huber, Samuel Henry, Shelbyville. HI. 

Moe, Francis B., South Whitley, Ind.; lawyer. 

Moore, James Thompson, 318 E. Spruce Ave.. 
Saulte Ste. Marie. Mich.; admitted to bar, 
1878: deputy register of deeds; member 
and secretary of city board of education 
eighteen years; lawyer and abstracter of 
titles, court house. 

Morrow, William, Y. M. C. A. BIdg., Spring- 
field, Ohio. 

1874 

Bowdle, John Rutiedge, Salt Lake City, Utah; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1876; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1879; lawyer, 89-90 Com- 
mercial Block. 

Jackson, John Collins, London, Ohio; min- 
ister. M. E. Church. 

Mitchell, Edwin Waterman, Reading Road 
and Ridgeway Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio; grad. 
Ohio Wesleyan University, 1876; principal 
high school, 1876-80; M. D.. Medical Col- 
lege. Ohio. 1882; professor pediatrics. Mi- 
ami Medical College; physician to Cincin- 
nati hospital. 



OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. 



i'dl 



1876 

Anderson, Newton, Mitchell, Asheville School, 
Aaheville, X. C; trans, to Ohio Delta; grad. 
Ohio State University. B. S., 1879; asst. 
profeesor physics. Ohio State University, 
1881-88; instructor physics, Central hlflrh 
school, Cleveland. Ohio. 1883-85; principal 
Cleveland Manual Training School, 1885-90; 
principal University Scnool, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 1890-1900; principal and proprietor 
Asheville school since 1900. 

Cherington, Lemuel Burtdy, 196 Hamilton 
Ave.. Columbus, Ohio; with Cherington 
Printing Co. 

Gould, Fred Alvah, 28 ShafTner St., Worces- 
ter, Mass.; minister. 

Monnette, Francis Sylvester, 36 S. Monroe 
Ave., Columbus. Ohio; lawyer. Outlook 
building. 

Richards, John H., Boise City, Idaho. 

RIker, Albert Burdsall, 1601 First St.. 
Moundsville, W. Va.; pastor. 

Smith, Prescott, Blymer Bldg.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Whitworth, Henry, Ada. Ohio; grad. Ohio 
Wesleyan University. 1877; principal Belle- 
fontaine high school, 1877-82; supt. Belle- 
fontaine public schools. 1882-1900; profes- 
sor Ohio northern University since 1900. 

1876 

Comstock, Charles Bulkley, suite 32, "The 

Haddam," Cleveland, Ohio; trans, to Ohio 

Delta 
Gaul, Georae, 2211 S. Broad St.. Philadelphia, 

Pa.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1879; 

pastor St. Luke's M. E. Church. 

1877 

Hall, Harry W., Cincinnati, Ohio; president 

Hall Safe & Lock Works. 
Hamilton, Nathan Garner, Highland Terrace, 

East Cleveland, Ohio; president the N. G. 
" Hamilton Publishing Co.. Hamilton Mining 

& Developing Co., Black Joe Mining Co., 

American Flag Mining Co. 
Pinto, Charles H., Chillicothe, Ohio. 
Strong, Sidney DIx, Seattle, Wash.; trans. 

to Ohio Gamma; Congregational minister. 
Waddeli, Harry D., Cincinnati, Ohio; with 

W. E. Huttor & Co. 

1878 

Cherryholmes, William K., 109 E. Third dt., 
Hamilton, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Delta; phy- 
sician. 

Kemper, William Raper, Pawnee City. Neb. 

Stewart, Chase, 218 E. High St., Springfield. 
Ohio; ex-prosecuting attorney. Clark coun- 
ty, Ohio; chairman Judiciary committee, 
Ohio House of Representatives, two years; 
lawyer. 

1879 

Ball, Harry E., 220 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Drees, Frank B., Xenia, Ohio; merchant. 

Qoode, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio; physician. 

Stewart, Charles H., 345 Superior St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

1880 

Berne, William James, Wheat Bidg., Fort 

Worth, Tex. 
Brandebury, Edward Thomson, 2409 Garfield 

Ave.. Minneapolis, Minn.; grad. Ohio Wes- 



leyan University, A. B., 1880; LU B.. Cin- 
cinnati Law School, 1883; lawyer, 215 Se- 
curity Bank Bldg. 

Colter, Leroy 8., cor. Clifton and Hosea 
Aves.. Cincinnati, Ohio; physician. 

Johnson, Harvey P., Chicago. 111.; druggist. 

Kennedy, Francis M., Washington C. H., 
Ohio; county surveyor. 

Randall, George E., Waynesville, Ohio; 
drummer. 

Semans, William Merrick, 103 W. Winter. 
Delaware. Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan 
Unlvereity, A. B., 1883; B. S. and M. A., 
Ohio Weslejiin University. 1886; M. D., Mi- 
ami Medical College. 1887; physician. 

Watson, Orville, Ernest, Bexley Hall. Gam- 
bier, Ohio; professor of New Testament 
exegesis and literature, Kenyon College. 



1881 

Benton, Harry W., Minneapolis, Minn.; law- 
yer, 838 Security Bldg. 

Cherington, Edgar Hurst, 138 W. Market 
St., xenia, Ohio; superintendent schools, 
Cheatervllle, Ohio, 1881-82; pastor First M. 
E. Church. 

Dial, George Sabin, 352 E. High St., Spring- 
field, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univers- 
ity, 1882: admitted to bar, 1886; prosecuting 
attorney; lawyer, 25%* S. Limestone St. 

Lee, Thomas Langdon, 403 Bell Block, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio; lawyer. 

O'Kane, Edward T., 70 W. Lincoln Ave., 
Delaware, Ohio; fire insurance. 

1882 

Allison, George Ounn, 970 Avondale Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio; general agent, casualty 
insurance, 706 First National Bank Bldg. 

Beall, Dorsey L., 101 Palmer, Toledo, Ohio;' 
lawyer, 56 Produce Elxchange. 

Dunlap, Charles Graham, 925 Kentucky St., 
I^wrence, Kan.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, A. B. and A. M.; professor of Eng- 
lii^h, I'niversity of Kansas, 1887-88; ass»« 
elate professor, 1889; professor of E«ii9- 
lish literature, University of Kansas, since 
1890. 

Hoover, Charles F., 1903 E. Seventy-flfth St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; physiciao, 702 Rose Bldg. 

Roudebush, Frank W., Memphis, Tenn.; 
financial correspondent, U. Cent. Life In- 
surance Co., 55-56 Porter Bldg. 

Van Cleve, Edward Marley, cor. Main and 
Parsons, Columbus, Ohio; teacher and su- 
perintendent public schools since 188€; au- 
thor; superintendent State School for the 
Blind. 

Walden, John M. Bishop, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



1883 

Brant, Henry Whittington, Chicago. III.; 
grad. Yale I^w School; lawyer, 809 Mo- 
nadnock Bldg. 

Frizell, William Qivens, 503 Conover Bldg., 
Dayton, Ohio; member 76th and 77th gen- 
eral assemblies of Ohio; author; lawyer. 

Garver, Frank R., Morgantown, W. Va., pro- 
moter River Project. 

Humphreys, Chauncey H., 203 Montague St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Semans, Edward Merrick, 137 N. Franklin, 
Delaware. Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, A. B., 1886. A. M., 1889; Miami 
Medical College, M. D., 1890; surgeon ma- 
jor 4th O. V. I.. Spanish -American war; 
physician. 

Vandeman, Ralph H., Leavenworth, Kan. 



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1884 

Chapman, Charles F., North Platte, Neb.; 
minister. 

Qambie, William Hoover, Miamlsburg, Ohio; 
vice-president Hoover & Gamble Co.; vice- 
president Bookwalter Wheel Co.; proprie- 
tor Acme Boat Co. 

Hazlett, Andrew Jackson, Chatham, Ontario, 
Canada; member 72nd and 73rd general 
assemblies of Ohio; oil producer. 

Henderson, William Price, N. Main St., Ken- 
ton, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1888; admitted to bar. 1889; lawyer; Judge 
of the Court of Common Pleas, Tenth Ju- 
dicial district of Ohio. 

Runkle, Hugh L., Kenton, Ohio; president 
Kenton National Bank; staff Gov. Harmon, 
1909. 

Stivers, Frank Alexander, Ripley, Ohio; grad. 
Law School, Cincinnati College; admitted 
to bar. 1890; cashier Citizens National 
Bank of Ripley. 

1886 

Harrop, George Argale, 734 Park Ave., South 
Bend, Ind.; secretary and treasurer the 
National Co. 

Roberts, Charles Chester; address unknown. 

Sanger Ulysses Grgnt, 24 E. Church St., 
Newark, Ohio; teacher in Texas. Tennessee 
and Ohio; assistant principal high school, 
Newark Ohio. 

Semans, Harry Merrick. 1611 Franklin Park, 
South, Columbus, Ohio; grad. Ohio Wes- 
leyan University, 1890. B. A.; New York 
College Dentistry, 1897, D. D. S.; dentist. 
Broad and Third Sts.; dean dental pe- 
partment. 

Small, William S., Keystone Block, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

1886 

Jackson, James Adolphus, Kingrwood, W. Va. 
Ross, Fred Everett, Ripley, Ohio; banking. 
Travis, John Lawrence, Germantown, Ohio; 

physician. 
William, Percy Reed, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Winter, William Phillips, Myerstown, Pa.; 

grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, A. B.; 

Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D.; professor 

of chemistry, Albright College. 

1887 

Dillon, Edmond Bothwell, 83 Wilson Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; Judge, Common Pleas 
Court, Court House. 

Fisher, H. Lawrence, Allegheny, Pa.; lumber. 

Miles, Gordon Field, R. F. D., Pataskala, 
Ohio; farming. 

Small, William Smith, 138 Lake, Bellevue, 
Ky.; grad. of Cincinnati I^w School; law- 
yer, Carew Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1888 

Brotherton, Cloyd J., Lima, Ohio; lawyer, 
56% Pub. Square. 

Kennedy, Wilbur C, 112 C Monument Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio; lawyer, N. B. Bldg. 

Westfall, Ralph Eckiey, 390 Lin wood Ave., 
Columbus. Ohio: assistant to attorney gen- 
eral of Ohio, 1904-06; lawyer, member firm 
of Bennett & W^estfall, 1105 Columbus L. 
& T. Bldg. 

1889 

Foraker, Frank Reber, Hillsboro, Ohio. 
Foraker, Joseph Benson, Jr., 1104 Cross 
Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio; trans, to N. Y. 



Alpha; vice-president, Cincinnati Traction 

Co., Traction Bldg. 
McKeehan, Homer Hudson, Cleveland. Ohio; 

lawyer, 7th floor. Western Reserve Bldg. 
Myers, John William, Williamsport, Ohio; 

farmer. 
Reed, Edward Thomson, 36 W. 7th St.. 

Portsmouth. Ohio; wholesale dry goods and 

notions, 44-46-48 W. 2nd St. 

1890 

Merrick, Walter Chapman, 21 Brightwood 
St., E. Cleveland. Ohio; lawyer, 702 West- 
ern Reserve Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

1891 

Custer, Monford Darius, Coshocton, Ohio; 

sec. and treas. The Novelty Advertising 

Company. 
Idleman, Lawrence McKendree, Whittier,. 

Cal.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1893; 

minister. 
Monnette, Orra Eugene, 911 Western Ave., 

Los Angeles, Cal.; lawyer, American Na~ 

tlonal Bank, 406 Merchants Trust Bldg. 
Moore, Grant, 315 W. North St.. Kenton,. 

Ohio; newspaper man and oil producer. 

1892 

Blanpled, Ralph Dolbear, Montpeller, Vt. 

Brooke, Frank E., Pittsburg, Pa.; teacher^ 
319 5th Ave. 

KImberland, Harry Maynard, Wheeling, W. 
Va.; general agent, Union Central Lire In- 
surance Co. of Cincinnati. 

Lafferty, Charles D«, BrockevlUe, Md.; grad. 
Kenyon College, 1897; Bplscopal clergyman. 

Merrick, Frederick Chapman, 13 Prospect 
St., Willoughby. Ohio; treasurer. The A. 
S. Oilman Printing Co., 307 St. Clair Ave., 
N. W., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Patterson, Leander; address unknown. 

Slutes, Merrill Clark, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Wool ley, Paul Gerhardt, University of Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio; grad. University of Chicago, 
B. S., 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins, 1900; 
resident physician, Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital. 1900-1; fellow in pathology. McGiU 
University. 1901-2; bacteriologist, path- 
ologist and director Serum Laboratory Bu- 
reau of Science, Manila. 1903-6; director 
Siamese Govt. Serum Lab. Phrapatoom, 
Slam. 1906-7; chief inspector of health and 
medical advisor, Bangkok Slam; associate 
professor pathology, University of Ne- 
braska, 1908-9; now professor of pathology, 
TTniversity of Cincinnati College of Med- 
icine. 

1893 

Belt, Harry Davis, Kenton. Ohio; grad. Med. 
College of Ohio. 1897; U. S. A. surgeon, 
1899-1903; physician. 

Harford, Henry Morey, Perris. Cal.; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1896; editor Perris Progress; 
real estate; ranching. 

Innis, William Henry, 1307 Franklin Ave., 
Columbus. Ohio; real estate. 

Johnson, Edwin Weaber, Mechanicsburg, 
Ohio; banking. 

LInzell, Lewis Edwin, Baroda Camp, India; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1896; 
joined Cincinnati Conference, 1896; ap- 
pointed to P^nglish Church, Bombay, in 
1899; now supt. of the Baroda District. 

Wilson, William Russell, Urbana, Ohio; ex- 
mayor of Urbana; gen. mgr., Urbana 
Broom Co. 



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1894 

Gill, Mason Mitchell^ 990 Bryden Road. Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; srrad. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1897; paymaster, The Ralston 
Steel Car Co. 

Glascock, David Moore, Cleveland. Ohio; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha; lawyer, 202 Cuya- 
^ hoga Bldg. 

Hutchlns, DImmitt Cooper, 4760 Lake Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; grrad. Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1895; principal High School, Marys- 
vllle. Ohio, 1895-1902; grad. law dept. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1905; lawyer, member 
Arm of Hutchins & Rippel, 140 Dearborn 
Street. 

McCluskey, Joseph Carl, 59 Maple St.. Fair- 
bury, III.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1906; asst. mgr. in a department store. 

Morrow, Beniamln Beamer, 321 Calvert Ave.. 
Muncie, Ind.; physician. 

Parsons, Harold Edward, Cleveland, Ohio; 
lawyer. 506 Williamson Bldg. 

Patrick, Orsain Walker, Delaware, Ohio. 

Richards, Clarence Comly, Highland, Ohio; 
farmer. 

Saint, Harry Young, North Yakima, Wash.; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan ITniversity, A. B.. 
1894; B. Li.. University of Michigan, 1896; 
lawyer, 1896-1900; register, U. S. Land 
Office. 

Saint, Otio Roland, Hackensack. N. J.; stock 
broker. 6 Wall St., New York City. 

Webster, Holland C, No. 1 The Vendome, 
Toledo, Ohio; prosecuting attorney, Lucas 
County; lawyer, Lucas County Court 
House, 1026 Spitzer Bldg. 



1896 

Dumm, Isaac Wiley, 821 Linwood Blvd.. Kan- 
sas City. Mo.; editor, Kansas City Journal; 
broker, president Investment Co. 

Elchelberger, George H., Cleveland, Ohio; 
lawyer. Rockefeller Bldg. 

Fisher, Jay C, cor. Horton and Irving Sts., 
Toledo, Ohio; with Hocking Valley Docks. 

Hamilton, Gilbert Dee; address unknown; 
grad. Ohio Weslejran University, A. B., 
1898; Jefferson Medical College, M. D., 
1901; practicing psychialrist. 

Henderson, Charles Banks, 708 Oakwood 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; lawyer. 

McAfee, Seth Lloyd, 526 W. Delaware, To- 
ledo, Ohio; manager. The Union Central 
Life Insurance Co., Ohio Bldg. 

Seiby, Mark Webster, 247 E. 4th St., Ports- 
mouth. Ohio; secretary, Mitchell Mfg. Co.; 
president. The Kay Graham Co.; secretary. 
The Selby Shoe Co. 

White, William Wells; address unknown. 



1896 

Cratty, Carl Thoburn, Y. M. C. A., Dayton, 

Ohio; master mechanic, Ohio Electric Ry., 

Western District, 113 E. 3rd St. 
Denslow, Joseph Carlos, 85 Rodgers Ave., 

Bellevue, Pa.; druggist, Lincoln and Meade 

Avenue. 
Dimmick, Frederick David, 2816 Mountain 

Ave., Birmingham. Ala.; president. The 

Dimmick Pipe Co. 
Hutslnplllar, Mills Gardner, Ironton, Ohio; 

merchant. 
McAfee, James Earle, care Hotel Pontchar- 

train, Detroit, Mich. 
Nelson, Elbert James, 44 Fountain Ave., 

Delaware, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Delta; civil 

engineer, care U. S. Engr. Office, Vicks- 

burg, Miss. 



Tarblll, John Wesley, Cincinnati. Ohio; trans, 
to Ohio Delta; vice-pres. and genl. mgr.. 
Citizens Motor Co.. 7th and Main Sts. 

1897 

Cramer, Nelson Bradley, 3611 Reading Road. 
Cincinnati, Ohio; lawyer, 65-56 Blymyer 
Bldg., 514 Main St. 

Frost, Daniel Ramsey, 2101 Blaisdell Ave.. 
Minneapolis. Minn.; lawyer, Twin City 
Rapid Transit Co. 

Keen, William Waterfleld, Batavia, Ohio. 

Mallow, Otis B., Mt. Clemens, Mich.; physi- 
cian. 

McCllntock, William Rollo, 306 Stewart St.. 
Carml. 111.; abstracts, real estate and 
loans. Junior member firm of McCllntock 
& McCllntock, County Bldg. 

Outram, John Benson, Urbana, Ohio; grain 
and lumber. 

Parsons, Arthur John, 151 Exchange, Free- 
port, 111.; teacher in High School. 

Porter, Albert Dixon, Pennville. Ind.; supt. 
of schools, Conover, Ohio. 1901-03; head of 
Latin dept., Winona Technical Institute, 
1903-04; supt. of Pennville Schools since 
1904. 

TImmons, Frank Pryor, Batavia, Ohio; supt. 
of schools, Batavia, Ohio. 

VanVoorhls, Daniel, Philippine Islands; U. S. 
Army OfBcer. 

Wiles, Leon Stivere, Ripley, Ohio; cashier, 
Ripley National Bank. 

1898 

Beal, Edwin George, Bucyrus, Ohio; grad. 
Ohio Wesleyan University, A. B., 1901; 
Ohio State University, LL.B., 1902; Ohio 
Wesleyan University, A. M., 1904; admitted 
to bar, 1902; cashier. First National Bank. 

Cole, Joseph KInsey, Maplewood and Kinsey 
Aves., Cincinnati, Ohio; trans, to N. Y. 
Alpha; lawyer. 2415 Maplewood Ave.. Mt. 
Auburn, Cincinnati. 

Culler, Aaron Andrew, 2713 Wayne Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111.; grad. Wittenberg College, A. B.. 
1902; B. S. Arch.. University of Pennsyl- 
vania. 1906; architectural engineer, 1707 
Marquette Bldg. 

Holmes, Frank E., Goshen, Ohio. 

Manley, James W., Malta, Ohio. 

Perks, George Wheldon, Springfield. Ohio; 
trans, to Ohio Delta; superintendent, 
American Seeding Machine Co. 

Whitlock, William Gurley, Fostoria. Ohio. 

1899 

Binkley, Leroy Goddard, 403 S. Madison, 
Marion, 111.; gen. mgr., Egyptian Powder 
Company. 

Burkhart, Jean, Marlon, 111.; trans, to 111. 
Delta; merchant. 

Crafty, Donald Campbell, Delaware. Ohio. 

KIrkpatrIck, Villle Black, Ripley, Ohio; pres- 
ident, Ripley Brick Company; president, 
The Ripley Mill & Lumber Co. 

Pearson, William Frederick, Fort Sam Hous- 
ton. Texas; 9th Infantry, United States 
Army. 

Slutz, Raymond Mahlon, Athens, Ohio. 

Steuernagel, Carl Otto, Bellevue, Pa. 

Welch, Calvin Sumner, 1127 Nell Ave., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio; with Franklin Ice Co. 



1900 

Brant, Clyde, Lucas ville, Ohio; general mer- 
chandise. 



124 



PHI KAPPA PSl FKATERMTV. 



Kirkpatrick, Edward Coburn, 2134 Grand 
Ave.. Walnut Hill«, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Roettinger, Stanley Clay, 229 Springfield 
Ave.. Wyoming, Ohio; solicitor of Village 
of Wyoming, Ohio; president Wyoming 
Fire Dept. Assn.; delegate to Republican 
State Convention; lawyer, 906 4th -Natl. 
Bank BIdg.. Cincinnati. 

Whitlock, Francla Ellaa, 605 N. Union St., 
Fostorla. Ohio; secy. Board of Public Serv- 
ice; supt. Water Works. 

Whitlock, M. Horton, 710 Monroe St., 
Charleston. 111.; on staff of Chicago Emer- 
gency Hospital. The Lee Hospital, Roches- 
ter. N. y.; Metropolitan Hospital, New 
York City; City Hospital, Charleston, 111.; 
surgeon, T., St. L. & W. R. R. 

1901 

Greene, Edward W., Milford, Ohio. 
Hoffman, Qeorge Thomas, Malta, Ohio: secy. 

and treas. the Geo. J. Hoffmann & Son 

Tanning Co. 

1902 

Dale, Paul Newton, 2447 Cedar St., Milwau- 
kee W*is 

Denlson, Charles Wlliiama, Delaware. Ohio; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1904; Har- 
vard, 1904-5; secy. Delaware Clay Mfg. Co. 

Evans, Jr., Francis Marion, postofHce box 
180, Summerville, Pa.; railroad agent. 

Farrar, Holwav, D., 195 £. State St., Colum- 
bus, Ohio; physician, 41 E. Main St. 

Heffner, Robert C, 61 W. Eighth Ave., Den- 
ver, Colo.; accountant, Denver Dry Goods 
Co., 1250 Grant Ave. 

Hoyt, William l^aurlce, Elizabeth. N. J.; 
grad. Hahnemann Medical School, 1909; 
physician, Alexian Bros. Hospital, corner 
E. Jersey and Seventh Sts. 

8lutz, Earl Ransom, 177 Fulton St., Atlanta, 
Ga.; grad. Ohio wesleyan University, A. 
B., 1906; grad. Drew Theological Seminary, 
1909. B. D.; pastor Egelston Memorial 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Welch, Herman Seward, Delaware, Ohio; 
dentist. 

Welis, Robert Harry. MIddleport. Ohio. 

Wooiley, Edwin Campbell, 625 Mendota 
Court, Madison, Wis.; Instructor, Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 

1903 

Beall, William Dorsey, Belgaum, India; mis- 
sionary. 

Cochrun, Paul Wesley, Spencerville, Ohio; 
teacher in public schools, Allen county, 
Ohio. 

Enyart, Arthur Delano, 72 Mt. Vernon St., 
Boston. Mass.: football star, Ohio Wes- 
leyan University. 

Gary, F. Lester, 1322 Maple Ave., ZanesvIUe, 
Ohio; with C. C. Aler Wall Paper Co., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Lenhart, Harry Hull, Wauseon, Ohio; teacher 
of mathematics in high school. 

Machetanze, K. G. A., Minneapolis, Minn.; 
assistant professor. Agricultural School. 

McCammon, Zachariah, Lancaster, Ohio; 
teacher. 

Mohn, Arthur W., Key West. Fla.; high 
school instructor. 

Ratliff, Thomas Asbury, Huffman Hill, Day- 
ton, Ohio; trans, to Pennsylvania Iota; 
grad. University of Pennsylvania, B. A. 

Shuter, Guy, Elyria, Ohio; electrician. 

Smith, William John, Cleveland, Ohio; law- 
yer. Williamson bldg. 

Tenney, R. T., 1623 Aldrlch Ave. N., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 



Van Cleve, Morrison Robb, 1917 Jefferson 
Ave., Toledo, Ohio.; grad. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1906; taught in high school, 
Pueblo. Colo., 2 years; public school 
superintendent, Rosfford, Ohio. 

1904 

Boies, Lawrence Casper, 201 Elm St, Fos- 
torla, Ohio; school teacher, Science High 
School. 

Cllngan, Donald Harvey, 100 E. Pennington, 
Tucson, Ariz.; outdoor advertising. 

Cochran, James Lee^ Luzon, Ailippine 
Islands; lieutenant U. S. constabulary. 

Gilillan, Fred Allen, 237 N. Liberty St., Dela- 
ware, Ohio; Iowa representative. Meek 
county, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Qleich, J. Fred, Delaware, Ohio; city editor 
Delaware Gazette. 

Harrold, Curtis B.; address unknown; minis- 
ter. 

Honnold, Frank Earl, 415 E. Market St., 
Cadiz, Ohio; principal High School. 

Keyea, Earl W., 15010 Detroit Ave., Lake- 
wood, Ohio; physician. 

ISAerrick, Roderick Smith, Tiskilwa, 111.; High 
School Instructor. 

Sayre, Frank M., Westervllle, Ohio. 

Say re, Harry Eger, Westervllle, Ohio; clerk 
county clerk's ofnce. 

Spari<8, Vergil K., Newark, Ohio. 

1905 

Biggs, James Arthur, 2109 Scott St., Coving- 
ton, Ky. ; instructor in High School. 

Bishop, Fred Waterman, Peninsula, Ohio; 
farmer. 

Dowds, Charles Guy, 205 E. Vine, ML Ver- 
non, Ohio; salesman. 

Gilillan, Charles Stanley, 237 N. Liberty St, 
Delaware. Ohio. 

Hutchinson, Paul Eves, 608 Twenty- second 
St., Ashland, Ky. 

Manley, Louis Kenneth, East Liverpool, 
Ohio; High School instructor. 

Sites, Frederick J., Elyria, Ohio; electrician. 

Spiker, Norval Truman, Caldwell, Ohio; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, B. A., 
1908. 

VanSickie, Ray Marcus, Sunbury, Ohio; agri- 
culture. 

1906 

Brown, David Leslie, 621 West 135th St, 
New York City, N. Y.; public lecturer; 
magazine writer; New England traveling 
representative, New Jersey DustoUne-for- 
Roads Co. 

Dili Clarence C, Y. M. C. A., Spokane, 
Wash.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1907; newspaper reporter. High School 
teacher, English and public speaking, 
lawyer. 

Green, Fred C, Cleveland, Ohio; real estate. 
Hippodrome bldg. 

Hoyt, Leslie J., 232 S. High St. HiUsboro. 
Ohio; agricultural chemist 

Huntsberger, Fred Eliot, 404 E. Chestnut 
St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio; territorial manager, 
Ohio Lubricator Co.. Loudonville, Ohio. 

McFarland, Orris Scott, Iberia. Ohio. 

Peters, Curtis Andrew, Lockboume, Ohio; 
farmer. 

VanSickie, Glenn O., Sunbury, Ohio; agri- 
culture. 

1907 

Anderson, Russell Warwick, 165 Gallia Ave., 
I'ortsmouth, Ohio. 



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Browne, Charles St. Clair, The 'Sherwood, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; hotel xhanager, The Sher- 
wood. 

Conger, Allen Clifton, 219 E. Columbus St., 
Washington, Ohio;* professor of Science, 
High School, Pullman. Wash., 1908-9; pro- 
fessor of biolog>', Wilmington College. 

Darr, John Whittier, 610' E. Rennselaer St., 
Bucyrus, Ohio. 

Deputy, Charles Stsphsnson, 1938 Hudson. 
Ave.. Norwood, Ohio; superintendent pub- 
lic school, Claridon, Ohio; Huntaburg, 
Ohio; Perry, Ohio; instructor mathematics, 
Y. M. C. A... Cincinnati; w^fth Union Cen- 
tral Life Insurance Co.. Fourth and Cen- 
tral Ave., Cincinnati. 

Deputy, Earl Whedon, 1938 Hudson Ave., 
Norwood. Ohio; salesman, L. .C. Slmith.& 
Bros. Typewriter Co., 414 Main St., Cin- 
cinnati. . 

Gamble, Walter. Wood, Paulding, Ohio; 
trans, to Ohio- De^ta; civil engineer. 

Qorsuch, Robert Andrew, Gambler. Ohio. 

Kemble, Edwin Crawford, 1426 Winchester 
Ave., Lake wood, Ohio. 

Leach, Harry Alexander, 303 E. High St., 
Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

Paxson, William Stanley, Limestone. James- 
town, Ohio. 

Vorhes, John Howard, 160 N. Eighteenth St., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Woodmansee, Glenn H., 182 N. Franklin St., 
Delaware, Ohio. 



1908 

Bentley, Edwin Edward, 821 King St., La 

Crosse, Wis.; president Batavian National 

Bank, 318-319 Main St. 
Brown, Thaddeus Harold, Cardington, Ohio; 

trans, to Ohio Delta. 
Carson, William Bradford, West William St., 

Delaware, Ohio. 
Coffman, Marion Boxwell, Jamestown, Ohio. 
Cooper, Edward Harlan, Steward, 111. 
Cowen, Henry Duane, 4347 Noble St., Bel- 

laire, Ohio. 
Garver, BenJamJn Gelger, 619 N. Wittenberg, 

Springfleld, Ohio. 
Martz, John Eben, 3010 South Boulevard St.. 

Port Huron. Mich. 
Purkhiser, Roy Clark, R. F. D. No. 2, 

Bethel, Ohio. 
Trout, Horatio Gates, 405 Tuscarawas St., 

Newark, Ohio. 

1909 

Davles, Jr., William, Delaware, Ohio. 
Duvendeck, Walter Ernest, Delaware, Ohio. 
Everett, Edward Arthur, 215 Walnut St., 

Roselle Park, N. Y. 
Glililan, William H., Delaware. Ohio. 
Henderson, Berkeley Woodruff, Kenton, Ohio. 
Hodson, Edmond J., Washington C. H., Ohio. 
Hutchison, Byron Monroe, Altoona, Pa. 
Nelson, Edward Thoburn, Delaware, Ohio. 
Newell, Leonard Richardson, LaOrange, HI. 
Reed, Robert Boyce, LaOrange, 111. 
Stivers, Andrew Jackson, Ripley, Ohio. 



OHIO BETA. 



WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY. 

SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. 

FOUNDED MAY 14, 1866, BY I. W. CASSELL, J. O. DAVY, M. L. 
GARVER, JAMES B. POLLOCK, W. H. SETTLEMYER, F. N. W. 
STEPHENSON, J. CORMANY GARVER AND JOHN S. WEAVER. 



1866 

Casselt, Isaac W., LaHarpe. III.; grad. Wit- 
tenberg College, 1866; professor Adrian Col- 
lege, Greek and Latin, 1866; organized pub- 
lic schools, Lincoln, Neb.. 1872; founded 
LaHarpe Seminary, 1879; farmer. 

Gardiner, Wililam Paul, Los Angeles. Cal. 

Qarver, Martin Luther, Wichita, Kans. 

Lajrton, George W., Seattle, Wash. 

Martin, Oscar Thaddeus, Springfleld. Ohio; 
lawyer; president First National Bank; 
president Springfleld Railway Co. 

Ort, Samuel Alfred, Springfleld. Ohio; pro- 
fessor of philosophy, Wittenberg College. 

Pollock, James B., Mt. Vernon. Ohio. 

Prince, Ben lam In F., 644 N. Wittenberg Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege, 1865; professor, Wittenberg College. 

Settlemyer, William H., Mlddletown, Md.; 
grad. Wittenberg College, 1866; Gettysburg 
Theological Seminary, 1869; retired minis- 
ter. 

Stephens, David Hubert, 802 N. Seventh, 
Kansas City, Kans.; chancellor Kansas 
City University. 

Swift, Judson, Oswego, N. Y. 

Weaver, Noah Harter, Loudonville, Ohio. 

Weaver, John Silas, Springfleld, Ohio; high 
school teacher. 

1867 

Bookwalter, Ferdinand, Springfleld, Ohio. 
Criley, John M., Prescott, Ariz. 
Gates, John A., Pasadena. Cal. 
Huff, Charles Atlee, St. Louis, Mo. 
Hutchinson, Edward, Marysvllle, Kans. 
Mountain. John F., 1891 E. Ninth St., Cleve- 
land. Ohio, care of J. L. Hudson Co. 
Smyser, Martin L., Wooster, Ohio. 
Whipple, James Stoughton, Urbana, Ohio. 

1868 

Ernsberger, Cyrus S., Lelpsic. Ohio. 

Grosscup. Daniel Paul. 719 Grant St., Spo- 
kane, Wash.; retired pastor. 

Hall, Henry Hosea, Van Wert, Ohio. 

Hendricks, Martin Luther, >o N. Tnlrd St., 
Sunbury, l*a. ; wholesale liquors. 

Kelfer, Joseph Warren, Springfleld, Ohio; 
lawyer; member U. S. Congress, Seventh 
Ohio. 



KIssetl, Albert Jacob. Louisville, Ky. 
Neff, C. A., Mechanicsburg, Ohio. 
Waltz, S. S., Louisville, Ky.; grad. Witten- 
berg College, 1872. theology; 1874, D. D.; 
Sastor First English Lutheran Church, 
iroadway, between Preston and Jackson. 

1869 

Culler, Jacob Henry, Wapakoneta, Ohio, 107 
W. Mechanic SL; Wittenberg College, D. 
D., 1899; clergyman. 

Dornblaser, Thomas Franklin, 2249 Hamil- 
ton Court, Chicago, III.; pastor Grace 
Lutheran Church. 

SIngley, William Henry, Shelby, Ohio. 

Walterlck, Joseph Henry, Florence, Ky.; 
minister. 

1870 

Blilman, Joseph W., 220 Elm St., ShelbyvlUe, 
Ind. ; admitted to bar, 1873; lawyer, 13M^ 
S. Harrison St. 

Pallor, Isaac Newton, 623 Maple St., Rich- 
mond Hill, New York City; trans, to Ohio 
Alpha; principal Richmond Hill High 
School. 

1871 

Brooke, Alanson, Grantvllle, Kans.; member 
legislature of Kansas, 37th district, 4 years; 
farmer, stockman and nurseryman. 

Raup, Gustavus P., Springfleld Ohio; farmer. 

Ross, Albert C, Wooster, Ohio. 

Tudor, Oliver H.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Williamson, Thomas S., Denver, Colo. 

Young, George Hawley, Wittenberg HilL, 
Springfield, Ohio. 

1872 

Davidson, Frank Pierce, Berkeley, Cal. 

Dively, George W., Davenport. Iowa. 

Heilman, Philip Alonzo, 1605 McCulloh St., 
Baltimore, Md.; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1874; Seminary, 1877; minister. 

Hoskinson, Winfleld Scott, 1415 Eighteenth 
St., Sacramento, Cal.; teacher, Witten- 
berg College, 10 years; minister. 

Kiilinger, Enfhnuel Benton, Litchfield, III. 

Lowe, James Angus, Wilber, Neb.: pastor 

Mimin, Thomas Plummer, North Hope, Pa. 



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127 



Porch, Francis Marlon, 241 N. Monroe Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; superintendent of schools, 
7 years; D. D. pastor Immanuel Church. 

Bhewaiter, Charles William, Washington, 
D. C. 

tites, Joseph Swartz, E. Main St., Lancaster, 
Ohio; supt. of public schools: business 
manager, Lancaster Assembly; state 8ena> 
tor 77th Assembly. Ohio; lawyer. 

Smith, Edward D., Delaware, Ohio. 

Zlegler, John M., 2201 Holmes St. Kansas 
City, Mo. 

1873 

Billman, Howard, Kentland, Ind.; grad. Wit- 
tenberg College, A. B., 1877; B. O. at 
Yale, 1880; minister. 

McCuilough, William H., Brady's Bend, Pa. 

1874 

Baltzly, John Brandt, Hudson, Mass.; min- 
ister. 

Barrett, Albert Marcus* Shenandoah, Iowa. 

Holmes, Joshua M«» 1<^0 W. W. Luray St., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.; vestry- 
man, St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Oak 
Lane, Philadelphia. 

Perkins, Owen Robert, New York City, N. Y. 

Reeser, Thomas Fegley, Hollldaysbutg, Pa. 

1875 

Barnett, Wynn W., Columbia City, Ind. 

Berry, Eugene Mandevllle, Bookwalter, Neb. 

Huber, Conrad, 333 S. Seventh St., Richmond, 
Ind. ; minister. 

Miller, Ell, Springfield, Ohio; grad. Witten- 
berg Theological Seminary, 1880; minister. 

Summers, Augustus N., Springfield, Ohio; 
chief justice Ohio Supreme Court. 

Summers, Jacob Hine, Bolivar, Ohio. 

1876 

Behrends, Simon Peter, Springfield, Ohio; 
with Springfield Pub. Co. 

Gelger, Charles Augustus, Troy, Ohio. 

Hosterman, Arthur David, 455 Woodlawn 
Ave., Springfield, Ohio; grad. Wittenberg 
College, 1881; author; publisher Public 
Success, New Zimmerman bldg. 

Miller, Aaron C, 1430 Highland Ave., Louis- 
ville, Ky.; grad. Wittenberg College, 1879; 
Seminary, 1881; A. M„ 1882; D. D., Sus- 
quehanna University, 1896; D. D. pastor 
Trinity English Lutheran Church, Highland 
and Rubel Sts. 

Rockey, Charles Henry, 41 S. Church, 
Waynesboro, Pa.; pastor Lutheran Church. 

1877 

Broomhall, Addison FInkle, Troy, Ohio. 

Bunyan, Edward Thompson, Colchester, 
Conn.; trans, to Ohio Alpha; grad. Ohio 
W^esleyan University, 1881; member Con- 
necticut Legislature, 1909-10; school fumi- 
ture business 

Garver, John Newton, 619 N. Wittenberg 
Ave., Springfield, Ohio; member of City 
Council six years; publisher, manufacturer, 
farmer. 

Imhoff, Charles Edward, Urbana, Ohio. 

Wirick, Charles Ellsworth, Salina, Kans. 



Brewster, Conrad Thompson; address un- 
known. 

Brewster, Edward Thomson, 59 Reuben Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Alpha; grad. 
Ohio Weslevan University, A. B., 1882; 
principal of High School, Miamisburg. 
1882-4; principal Marionvllle Collegiate 
Inst., Mo., 1886-8; professor ancient lan- 
guages. Little Rock University, 1888; in- 
structor in Latin, Steele High School, since 
1892. 

Gelger, Harry Martin, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Kunkie, Albert, Henry, 644 N. Fountain Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; city solicitor of Spring- 
field, 1891-99; judge of Court of Common 
Please since 1905. 



1879 

Arthur, Daniel Houston, Gowanda, N. Y.; 
graduate Wittenberg College, 1883; N. Y. 
Homeo. Medical College and Hospital, 
1887: A. M., 1893; interne, Middletown 
State Hospital, 1887; supt. Gowanda State 
Homeopathic Hospital since 1898. 

Brewster, William Nesbitt, (via Foochow) 
Hlnghua, China; trans, to Ohio Alpha; 
grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 1883; Bos- 
ton Univ. Sch. Theol., 1886; missionary fn 
Hlnghua conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 

LInhart, Christopher Philip, 413 Stoddart 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; grad. Western Re- 
serve University, 1882; resident physician 
and surgeon. Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, 
1883-5; clinical assistant, Manhattan Eye & 
Ear Hospital, 1K96-7; professor physical 
education Ohio State University. 1898-05; 
physician and surgeon, 106 East Broad St. 

Lutz, Harry Elmer, 740 N. Eleventh Ave., 
Seattle, Wash.; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1879; admitted to bar, 1883; newspaper 
editor, lawyer, president Bank of Clallam 
County. 

1880 

Baker, Ernest Emery, 1350 Jones St., San 
Francisco, Cal.; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1884; Theological Seminary, 1887; minister. 

Crites, Wlillson William, Elida. Ohio. 

Goodfellow, Henry Hanford, Springfield, 
Ohio. 

Lenhart, C. P., Columbus, Ohio. 

Linn, Alvln Frank, Wittenberg College, 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1884; A. M., 1887; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 
1892: lecture assistant, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity; Fellow by courtesy; instructor In 
Chemistry, Wittenberg College. 

Miller, James H., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Turkle, Alonzo John, 11 Rlverview Ave., 
North Side, Pittsburg, Pa.; grad. B. D., 
Yale, 1886: D. D., Wittenberg, 1903; secre- 
tary of board of education of the Lutheran 

' Church In United States; pastor Trinity 
Lutheran Church. 

Will Its, Alphonso Albert, Spring Lake. N. J. 

1881 

Baker, G. R., Denver, Colo.; civil engineer, 
718 Equitable bldg. 

Chorpening, Bruce, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hull, William E., Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

MInnick, James, 610 Warren Ave., East 
Providence, R. I.; gen'l manager Provi- 
dence Society for Organizing Charity. 



1878 

Baker, Sclpio Eugene, Springfield, Ohio; 
president Foos Gas Engrine Co. 



1882 

Arthur, Edwin Leggette, 21-22 Bushnell bldg. 
Springfield, Ohio. 



128 



PHI KAPPA PSt FRATERNITY. 



Donnellp William Henry, Salt Lake City. 
Utah. 

Ehrenf€ld, Charles Hatch, 57 South Beaver, 
York, Pa.; professor of chemistry, York 
Collegiate Institute; chief chemist. York 
Mfg. Co. 

Miller, Robert James, 365 S. Fountain Aye- 
Springfield, Ohio; coal business. 

Neil, William, 1536 G. Long St.. Columbus. 
Ohio; real estate. 

Summers, George William, Gunnison, Colo.* 

1883 

Follmer, Harold Newton, Yeagerstown. Pa. 
Phillips, Frank Horsenplller, New York City. 
N. Y.; artist 



1884 

Chorpening, Asa Hatch, New York City, 
New York. 

Dial, Morris Rosweli, 241 S. Fifth Ave.. La 
Grange. III.; trans, to Ohio Alpha; with 
the Pike-Dial Lumber Co.. 1045-6 Mar- 
quette bidg.. Chicago. 

Ehrenfeld, A. Clemans, 670 N. Limestone St., 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege. A. B., 1889; A. M.. 1892; high school 
teacher. 

Ellsworth, Elmer Morris, 619 W. Sixth St., 
Chattanooga, Tenn; secretary and treas- 
urer Associated Cotton Oil Co., 830 Broad 
St. 

Phelps, William Lee, 4610 Ellis Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; broker. 

Phillips, Frank Hill, 355 West Fifty-seventh 
St.. New York City. N. Y.; trans, to Ohio 
Alpha; grad. Cincinnati Law School, 1889; 
asst. advertising agent D. L & W. R. R.. 
90 West St. 

1885 

Burtsfield, Samuel Stephen, 2247 Parkwood 

Ave., Toledo, Ohio: lawyer. 
Fischer, Henry William, Dayton, Ohio. 

1886 

Bouck, Frank Norwood, Lockport. N. Y. 

Hitler, George Benjamin, Hartwick Semi- 
nary, New York; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1890; Hartwick Seminary. Theological 
Dept.. 1893; A. M.. Wittenberg College, 
1893: pastor, 1893-1904; assistant principal 
of Hartwick Seminary. 

Hllicr, Robert Henry, 135 W. 104th St., New 
York City, N. Y. 

Jones, Pearl N., 463 Biddle Ave., Wilklns- 
burg, Pa.; trans, to Ohio Alpha; general 
superintendent Pitt.sburg Railway Co., 
Pittsburg. 

Miller, Emerson Romeo, Arkansas City, 
Kans. 

1887 

Bauer, Charles Louis, 1215 E. High St.. 
SpHngfleld, Ohio; president the Foos Mfg. 
Co. and receiver the Oscar Lear Auto Co. 

Geiger, Frank William, 469 Woodlawn Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege. 1887; admitted to bar, 1889; appointed 
referee in bankruptcy, 1898; probate judge. 
Clark county, since 1902. 

Haswell, William Edward, 218 W. Mansfield 
St., Bucjrrus, Ohio; chief engineer of sta- 
tionary engineers. Ohio; secy, and gen. 
mgr. the Hall Gas Engine Co. 

Ludlow, Fred Barrett, 148 High St.. Spring- 
field, Ohio; fruit grower. 

McCafferty, William Mace, Cartersvllle, Ga.; 
cotton manufacturing. 



Uhi, Clarence, Jerome, Vacavllle. Cal.; di- 
rector and treasurer, Vacavllle Fruit Com- 
pany. 

1888 

Boroff, Franklin Jefferson, 147 E. Main St., 
Van Wert. Ohio; drugs, 147 E. Main St. 

Bushnell, John Ludlow, 1203 E. High St., 
Springfield, Ohio; vice-president First Na- 
tional Bank: president S. T. & P. Ry. 

Lawrence, Harvey Sylvester, 227 S. Green- 
mount Ave.. Springfield, Ohio; pastor Fifth 
Ev. Lutheran Church. 

Luckenbach, Elmer Schryver, 510 Union St., 
Hudson, N. Y.; lawyer. 604 Warren St. 

Seiberling, Allen Schuyler, Akron. Ohio. 

MacCracken, Henry Francis, 704 Van Buren 
St.. Gary. Ind.; admitted to bar, 1897; 
lawyer. 

Weaver, Herbert Joseph, 1241 W. 9th St.. 
Los Angeles. Cal.; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege. 1891; seminar^', 1894; pastor First 
Lutheran Church. 

1890 

Ehrenfeld, Frederick, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Falconer, Walter Maxwell, Navy Dept.. 
Washington. D. C; grad. U. S. Naval 
Academy. 1897; served throughout Span- 
ish-American War on U. S. S. Indiana; 
also in Philippines; naval officer, lieuten- 
ant. IT. S. Navy. 

Gentzler, Adam Henry, Constantlne. Mich. 

Goddard, William Mahlln, New York City. 
New York. 

Shaffer. John Samuel, Cannelton. W. Va.; 
grad. Wittenberg College. 1894; captain of 
infantry. Spanish- American War; grad. 
Miami Medical College, 1902; contract sur- 
geon for the Cannelton and W. R. Johnson 
Coal Mining Companies: on staff of Shel- 
tering Arms Hospital. Hansford, W. Va. 

1891 

Murphy, George Sherman, Peabody, Kans.; 

giad. Wittenberg College. A. B.. 1893; A. 

M.. 1896; professor of Greek, Wittenberg 

College. 1893-03; clergyman. Evangelical 

Lutheran Church. 
Renn, A. E., Atchison. Kans.; minister. 
Wolfe, Charles Lewis, Sharon, Wis. 

1892 

Beer, Frederick Thomas, Bucyrus, Ohio; 
lawyer. 

Goodbread, Harry Leith, Nevada, Ohio; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha; admitted to bar, 
1900; member of the 78th General Assem- 
bly of Ohio; lawyer. 

Kennedy, Eugene Gerard, Maple Grove, R. 
F. D. No. 1, Dayton, Ohio; grad. Witten- 
berg College. 1895; lawyer, member firm of 
Munger & Kennedy. - 

Lipe, Oliver Owen, Irving. 111. 

Wiley, Jesse Clinton, Del Norte. Colo.; may- 
or of Del Norte two years; lawyer. 

1893 

Harris, Edwin Chambers, Oxford. Ohio; 
grad. Wittenberg Theological Seminary, 
1899, appointed minister to India, 1899, 
resided in Guntur. Madras Presidency, In- 
dia. 1899-1904; Chlrala. India. 1904-08. 

Howard, Elmer Gray, 110 S. 11th St., Rich- 
mond. Ind.; grad. Wittenberg College and 
Theological Seminary. A. B.. B. D. and 
A. M.; pa^itor 1st Lutheran Church. 



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129 



Schneider, John Philip, 514 N. Wittenberg 
Ave.. Sprlngfleld, Ohio; rrad. Wittenberg 
College, A. B. 1896; A. M. Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1898; Ph. D. Johns Hopkins. 1904; 
Fellow in English. Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1902; professor of English. Wittenberg 
College. 

Summers, Henry Franklin, Springfield, Ohio. 

Turner, James, 23 E. Cecil St., Springfield, 
Ohio: treas. and genl. mgr., Central Brass 
& Fixture Co. 

1894 

Ernsberger, Harold B., 10806 Hanopden Ave., 
N. E., Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Wittenberg 
College, 1898; Theological Seminary, 1901; 
pastor Calvary Lutheran Church. 

Frontz, Chalmers Eugene, 406 Sixth St., 
Charleroi, Pa.; grad. Wittenberg College, 
1896, A. B.; A. M. Alma Mater. 1899; Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1899; clergyman. 

Huber, David Richard, Akron. Ohio. 

Myers, John Elwood, Springfield, Ohio; secy. 
Champion Chemical Co.; secy. The Myers 
Company. 

Shaffer, John Franklin, Prosperity, Mo. 

Stephenson, C. J.; address unknown. 

1895 

Heller, Frank, Fort Plain, N. T. 

MacWIIiiams, Oliver, Eureka, Kan.; grad. 
Wittenberg College, 1899; Wittenberg 
Theological Seminary, 1902; pastor Christ 
Lutheran Church. 

Manss, Charles Walter, Eiglisle & Blberon, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; physician. 

Pontius, Hubert Clay, 806 W. North, Can- 
ton, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Delta; asst. pros- 
ecuting attorney, Stark county, Ohio; law- 
yer. First National Bank Bldg. 

Shimp, Frank S., Canton. Ohio. 

Weber, Edward Anton, Columbia City, Ind.; 
bond salesman, 152 Monroe St., Chicago, 
care Hornblower & Weeks. 

1896 

Fried, Carl K., Springfield, Ohio; grad. 

Princeton University, 1901; manager C. C. 

Fried & Son. 
Welmer, Philip Calvin, 648 East High St., 

Springfield, Ohio; bookkeeper The Finch 

Shoe Co. 

1897 

• 

Axilne, Clark G., Lancaster, Ohio. 

Bauer, Louis Ernst, 1217 E. High St., Spring- 
field, Ohio; tran.s. to Ohio Delta; vlce-pres. 
The Foos Mfg. Co. 

Holienbeck, Ralph Wheeler, 234 Arlington 
Ave., Springfield, Ohio; grad. Wittenberg 
College, 1901; auditor. Champion Branch, 
International Harvester Co. 

Winger, Stanley DuBols, 4447 Indiana Ave., 
Chicago, III.; trans, to Ohio Delta; sales 
engineer. Green Engineering Co. 

1898 

Bartel, Fred John, 25 South 13th St^ Rich- 
mond, Ind.; credit manager, Adam H. Bar- 
tel Co. 

Binder, Waiter Theodore, Columbia City, 
Ind.; grad. Wittenberg College, A. B.; as- 
sistant secretary. The Provident Trust Co. 

Cllngerman, B/ron Horace, Jacksonville, 
Fla.r grad. Mass. Inst, of Technology. 
Dept. E. E., 1904; Wittenberg College, 
1902: A. B.; B. S.; electrical engineer, with 
D. G. Zelgler. 



Hostorman, Hariey Chatterton, ISOl South 

Limestone, Springfield. Ohio; trans, to Ohio 

Delta; with International Harvester Co. 
Perks, Albert Wheldon, Springfield. Ohio; 

salesman. 
Ritterspach, Frederick Jacobs, 39 N. Grand 

Ave., Adrian, Tex.; grad. Western Reserve 

Med.. 1905; physician. 
SifTerd, William David, Hamma Div. SchooJ. 

Springfield, Ohio. 
Welsh, James Winfleid, Springfield. Ohio; 

electrical engineer, Pittsburg Street Car 

Company. 

1899 

Barringer, John Carlisle, Hillsboro, III. ; grad. 
Wittenberg College. A. B. 1904; with Mont- 
gomery County Coal Co. 

Briggs, Jesse Howard, Columbia City, Ind. 

Grlffm, Fred, Nokomls, 111. 

Harris, Charles Lytle, 306 Stanton Ave., 
Springfield. Ohio; instructor in chemistry. 
Springfield High School. 

Russell, George Wesley, 913 S. Limestone St.. 
Springfield. Ohio; accountant. Intemation- 
al Ifarvester Co 

Spangler, Frank M., Altoona. Pa.; cartoonist. 

Winger, Waldo McKlbben, 420 Irvington 
Ave.. South Orange, N. J.; grad. Witten- 
berg College, 1903; Princeton, 1904. B. A.; 
with Western Electric Co., 463 West St.. 
New York City. 

1900 

Deaton, Roscoe H., Springfield, Ohio; with 
Owen Machine Tool Co. 

Howard, Orrin Frank, 913 Fourth St., Three 
Rivers, Mich.; Insurance solicitor. 

Moyer, Frederick Weaver, 1128 N. Lime- 
stone St., Springfield, Ohio; with State of 
Ohio Dairy and Food Dept, Columbus, 
Ohio. „ 

Trout, Delmar Everett, 26 High St., Brat- 
tleboro, Vt.; clergyman. 

Weaver, Walter Hardy, 1112 G. High St., 
Springfield, Ohio; president Weaver Leath- 
er Belt Mfg. Co. 

Wheldon, Maurice M., Jackson, Ohio. 

Wigton, Sam Robert, Zanesville, Ohio; with 
State Savings Bank. 

1901 

Burleigh, Brown. 314 K Madison Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; salesman. The Kissell 
Real Estate Co. 

Gotwald, William Kurtz, 217 Burr Oak St., 
Kalamazoo. Mich.; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege, A. B. 1905; B. D. Hamma Divinity 
School, 1908; pastor Trinity Lutheran 
Church. _ 

Raynor, William Pearce, Springfield, Ohio; 
s8.1csman 

Tuiioss, Rees Edgar, 112 E. McCreight Ave., 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. Hamma Divinity 
School of Wittenberg College, 1909; presi- 
dent the Tulloss School of Touch Type- 
writing. Ill Bushnell Bldg. 

1902 

Jayne, Harry Pierce, Coalinga. Cal.; ac- 
countant. Associated Oil Co. 

Lutz, Ario Rae, 620 W. Jefferson St.. Spring- 
field, Ohio; asst. secy., Hoppes Mfg. Co. 

Trout, Leslie Edgar, Medway, Ohio; grad. 
Wittenberg College, 1906, B. A.; commer- 
cial traveler 

Trout, Volney Farr, 815 N. Fountain Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; vlce-pres.. The Trout 
& Anderson Co. 



130 



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1903 

Harris, James Robert, R. F. D. No. 2, Ox- 
ford. Ohio; farmer. 

Marshail, Earl H., Springfield, Ohio. 

Reeg, Cloyd Martin, Findlay, Ohio; instruct- 
or. High School. 

Schuman, Adolph P., Grand Rapids. Mich. 

Tittle, Ernest Fremont, Chrlstlansburg, 
Ohio; grad. Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1906; Drew Theological School, 1908; min- 
ister, M. E. Church. 

Ultes, Jr., Carl, Spokane. Wash.; trans to 
Mich. Alpha; lawyer, 524 Peyton Block. 

1904 

Cllngerman, Robert Louis, 427 W. High St., 
Springfield, Ohio; electrical engineering, 
63-64 Bushnell Bldg. 

Frey, H. M., Springfield, Ohio. 

Lupfer, Robert Newton, 1660 E. High St., 
Springfield. Ohio. 

McNally, Roger Aiden, 1801 California St., 
San Francisco, Cal. ; electrical engineer, 
care Pacific States Telephone Co. 

Remjberg, Fred A., 15 College Ave., Spring- 
field, Ohio; salesman. 

Smith, Clarence Mitchell, 418 W. Mulberry. 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. Wittenberg Col- 
lege. 1907; Instructor in mathematics. 
Springfield High School. 

Webb, John Lamar, Springfield, Ohio. 

1905 

Bell, Albert, Yellow Springs, Ohio. 

MInear, James Ford, 414 S. Fountain Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio; Wittenberg College; 
American School of Osteopathy. 

Mitchell. Karl Wilson, Fairfield, Ohio. 

Ort, Reginald Aurand, College Hill, Spring- 
field. Ohio; salesman. 

Rohrkaste, Ernest, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Troup, Ferris, Baltimore, Md. 

Vol I rath, Edward, Bucyrus, Ohio; lawyer. 

Walker, Gilbert Crelghton, W. Columbia St., 
Springfield. Ohio. 

1906 

Eck, Roy Albrecht, 1960 Grant Ave., Denver, 

Colo.; grad. Wittenberg College, 1908. 
Gardner, Robert P., Youngstown, Pa. 
Murray, Wallace Smith, Terril, Tex. 
Sawyer, Edrlc Ervin, 834 Woodlawn Ave.^ 

Springfield, Ohio, 
Schafer, Fred F., R. F. D. No. 1. Faceville, 

Fla. ; packer and dealer in leaf tobacco. 
Tittle, Fremont Robert, 954 N. Limestone 

St., Springfield, Ohio. 



Toulmin, Harry Aubrev J., University of 
Virginia, University, va. 

1907 

Beale, Edwin Littler. 231 W. Church St., 

Urbana, Ohio: chief draftsmem, American 

Automatic Telephone Co. 
FInkel, Abraham David, 2108 Carson St., 

Pittsburg, Pa.; grocery manager, 54 S. 

12th St. 
Gelger, Robert Grove, 1030 Garfield Ave., 

Springfield, Ohio. 
Hahn, Justus Albert, 215 S. Yellow Springs, 

Springfield. Ohio. 
HIrt, Henry Orth, 1016 Wayne St., Erie. Pa. 
Houk, Raymond Aaron, 134 W. Ward St., 

Springfield. Ohio. 
Klefer, Paul James, 15 E. Perrin Ave., 

Springfield. Ohio; civil engineer, with Tut- 

tle & Pike, Kansas City, Mo. 
Juvenal, Carl H., 332 Scioto St.. Urbana. 

Ohio. 
Miller, Ross, 17 S. Western Ave., Springfield, 

Ohio. 
Walker, Byron Bentley, 336 W. Columbia 

St., Springfield, Ohio; with Central Union 

Telephone Co. 
Wallace, Edwin Shellabarger, 118 N. Yellow 

Spring St., Springfield. Ohio. 

1908 

Bremer, Otto A., Springfield, Ohio. 

Brosey, Harnlsh G., Medway, Ohio. 

HIrt, Fred P., Leavlttsburg. Ohio. 

Pfau, Otto Lower, R. F. D., Poland, Ohio. 

Shouvlin, Daniel Robert Emmett, 1134 E. 
High St.. Springfield, Ohio; secy. Vulcan- 
ized Cup & Valve Co. 



1909 

Anthony, Howard Benton, 137 N. Limestone 
St., Springfield, Ohio. 

Baker, James I., 358 E. High St., Springfield, 
Ohio. 

Becker, Karl William, 715 N. Columbus St., 
Lancaster, Ohio. 

Boggess, Robert, 513 S. Wittenberg Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio. 

Brooks, Harold Scovill, 825 N. Fountain, 
Springfield, Ohio. 

Gower, J. Lynn, R. F. D. No. 6, Springfield, 
Ohio. 

Mllligan, Lorlston Fairbanks, 1029 S. Foun- 
tain Ave., Springfield, Ohio. 

Morrow, Robin Russell, R. D. No. 6, Spring- 
field, Ohio. 

Prout, Harold Andrew, 806 S. Fountain Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio. 



OHIO GAMMA. 



UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTER. 

WOOSTER. OHIO. 

FOUNDED JUNE 15. 1871, BY P. M. CARTMELL, W. H. McFAR- 
LAND, J. H. RABBITTS AND A. D. METZ. 

Inactive after 1892, 



1871 

Cartmeil, Parley Martin, Springfield, Ohio; 
grad. Wooster University, 1872; postmas- 
ter, Springfield, Ohio, under President 
Harrison; manufacturer. 

McFarland, W. H., HolUster, Cal.; grad. 
Wooster University, 1873; Western Theo- 
logical Seminary. 1876; Presbyterian mln- 
Ister 

M€tz, Asbury Durbln. Wooster, Ohio; grad. 
University of Wooster, 1874; prosecuting 
attorney, Wayne County, Ohio; lawyer. 

Rabbltts, John Henry, grad. University of 
Wooster, 1874; lawyer; clerk of county 
court; editor of Republic Times, Spring- 
field. Ohio. 

1872 

Gllson, E. P.; address unknown. 

Kemper, Willis Miller, 2206 Upland Place, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; lawyer. 

KInkade, John Henry, 7th St., Marysvllle, 
Ohio; lawyer, cor. Main and 5th Sts. 

Logan, S. James, Army and Navy Club, 
Washington. D. C; first lleut. Marine 
Corps, U. S. Navy; retired. 

Longbrake, Levi Loren, 2231 W. 21st St., 
Minneapolis, Mlnn.j grad. University of 
Wooster, 1874; lawyer. 

McSweeney, John, Jr., Wooster, Ohio; grad. 
University of Wooster. 1875; Boston Law 
School. 1878; city solicitor of Wooster; 
prosecuting attorney, Wayne County, 
Ohio* lawyer. 

Rabbltts, James Henry, 662 N. Limestone, 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. University of 
Wooster, 1874; clerk of courts, Clark Coun- 
ty, Ohio, 1881; editor Springfield, Ohio, 
Republic-Times, 1889; postniaster since 
1898. 

Thomas, William Syester; address unknown; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1875; presi- 
dent. City Council, Springfield, 1899; vice- 
chairman State Democratic Com.; trustee 
University of Wooster. 

West, William Arthur, Bellefontalne, Ohio; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1874; lawyer. 

1873 

Allison, Benjamin Stanton, "Woodlawn," 
Wheeling, W. Va.; grad. University of 



Wooster, 1876; grad. Albany Law School. 
1878; lawyer, member firm of Ersklne & 
Allison. 

KInkade, James Frederick, Columbus. Ohio; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1880; with 
KInkade- Liggett Co. 

Muliins, William H., Salem. Ohio; manufac- 
turer. 

Thompson, Thomas Milton. Sharpsburg. Pa. ; 
grad. University of Wooster. 1875; West- 
ern Theological Seminary. 1878; pastor 
Presbyterian Church. 

Thomas, William 8., 721 E. High St.. Spring- 
field, Ohio; president. The Thomas Mfg. 
Company. 

1874 

McCoy, A. L., 122 S. Spring St., Independ- 
ence, Mo.; grad. University of Wooster, 
1877; banker. Music Hall Block. 

Moore, Ernest E., 23 Herald St., Cleveland. 
Ohio: grad. University of Wooster, 1877; 
printing business. 

Palmer, John P., East Pittsburg, Pa.; with 
Pittsburg Meter Co. 

Peoples, William Carson, Greensburg. Pa.; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1880; lawyer. 

Siegenthaier, Harvey Newton, 1105 S. Lime- 
stone St., Springfield, Ohio; druggist, 22 
E. High St. 

Steele, J. D., Xenia, Ohio; grad. University 
of Wooster, 1877; wholesale grocer. 

1876 

Adams, William Weldon, Millersburg, Ohio; 
cashier. The J. & G. Adams Bank. 

Clemens, Horace N., 602 Superior, Cleveland, 
Ohio; grad. University of Wooster, 1879; 
journalist. 

Cochran, William S. P., Aspinwall, Pa.; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1879; West- 
ern Theological Seminary, 1883; Presby- 
terian minister. 

Frey, George H., Springfield. Ohio; with 
Mast, Foos & Co. 

Grant, Edwin Spencer, Zanesvllle, Ohio; 
president, The Black & Grant Co. 

Greene, William Melbury, 1840 Madison 
Road, Cincinnati, Ohio; grad. University 
of Wooster, 1879; general manager. B. & 
O. Southwestern R. R. 



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PHI KAPPA PSr FRATERNITY. 



Hahn, Benjamin D., 109 Pearl St., Spring- 
field, Mass.; grad. University of Wooster, 
1877; Rochester Theological Seminary, 
1881; minister Baptist Church. 

Tewkabury, Russell, 85 E. Prospect St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Princeton Universi- 
ty, 1880; manufacturer. 

Wilson, J. Meredith; address unknown. 

Wycoff, Addison Harvey, Denver, Colo.; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1879; lawyer. 

1876 

Baird, Reed McCulloch, 79 12th St., Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. ; physician. 

Boyd, Charles W., 103 3d Ave., Salt LAke 
City, Utah; grad. University of Wooster, 
1880; lawyer, McCormlck Bldg. 

Carson, Andrew C, Columbus, Ohio; Jour- 
nalist, care Columbus Dispatch. 

Chester, John J., 65 Franklin Park W., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio; trans, to Pa. Theta; grad. 
Lafayette College, 1882; lawyer, 1023 Co- 
lumbus Savings & Trust Bldg. 

Harvey, Benjamin Franklin, 604 E. Sinto 
Ave., Spokane, Wash.; grad. University of 
Wooster, 1877; physician. 

List, Daniel Carter, Wheeling, W. Va.; pres- 
ident. Wheeling M''arehouse & Storage Co. 

Raff, Norman Charles, Canton, Ohio; loan 
and investment broker. 

1877 

Kibler, Edward, 179 Granville St., Newark, 
Ohio; lawyer, The Newark Trust Bldg. 

Rodgerc, AMison S., 1209 N. Limestone St., 
8prlnsfle14, Ohio; grad. Princeton Uni- 
versity, Mil; secy., Springfield Gas En- 
gine Co. 

West, John Edwin, Bellefontalne. Ohk>; trus- 
tee, University of Wooster; lawyer. 

1878 

Douthett, PIzarro; address unknown. 

HIppee, George B., Des Moines. Iowa; 
banker. 

KIrkpatrIck, Harris, New Castle, Pa. 

Mifflin, Elgin, Lan.^ing, Mich. 

Mifflin, Samuel E.; address unknown. 

NUes, Charles Frederick Mather, 315 Supe- 
rior St., Toledo, Ohio; trans, to Michigan 
Alpha; grad. Wooster University, 1882, M. 
A. 1884; admitted to bar, 1885; appointed 
U. S. land register. Garden City, Kan., by 
President Cleveland, 1885; appointed by 
governor director public safety of Toledo, 
1904; banking and law; president. Security 
Sav. Bank & Trust Co. 

Palmer, George H., Kenton. Ohio; graduated 

. Ann Arbor Pharmacy, 1882; Insurance 

' Iwisiness. 

Palmer, Harry E., 226 N. Main St., Dayton, 
Ohio; physician. 

1879 

Harris, John E., Louisville, Ky.; manufac- 
turer. 

Martin, John C, Central City, Neb.; lawyer. 

Southward. Arthur W.. 5934 Horion Place. St. 
Liouls, Mo.; wholesale dry goods. 



Johnston, O. E., Phllllpsburg, Kan.; hard- 
ware merchant. 

Kibler, Charles H., Denver. Colo.; real 
estate 

Lowrie, ' Robert, Jr., 3739 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; grad. University of Wooster, 
1882; lawyer. 

McDonald, Charles Arbuckle, Cleveland, 
Ohio; coal business, 713 Williamson Bldg. 

McFadden, Harry Alexander, 807 Walnut St., 
Hollldaysburg. Pa.; lawyer, 430 Allegheny 
Street. 

Miller, Lewis 8., Springfield, 111.; hardware 
merchant, 607 K. Washington St. 

Mullins, Frederick John, Salem. Ohio; grad. 
University of Wooster, 1876; lawyer and 
manufacturer. 

Pepper, Charles Mellvllle, 3211 13th St. ^. 
W., Washington, D. C; grad. University 
of Wooster, 1881; special representative, 
U. S. government. 

Slegenthaler, Edward F., Walla Walla» 
Wash.; room 16 Jaycox Bldg. 



1881 

Fiickenger, Karl A., 7 Bronson Place. To- 
ledo, Ohio; assistant to Attorney General 
J. A. Kohler, of Ohio; lawyer. 

Gallagher, William M., 145 Adams Ave., 
Scranton, Pa. ; physician. 

Speer, Samuel Calvin, 237 N. 4th St., Allen- 
town, l*a. ; grad. University of Wooster, 
1887; major. University Battalion; presi- 
dent, Business College. 



1882 

Childs, Charles H., 910 Prospect Ave., Kan- 
sas City. Mo.; accountant. 

Davidson, Louis Rogers, 201 Wilson Ave., 
Beaver. Pa.; secy, and treas.. New York 
State Steel Co., 475 Abbott Road, Buffalo, 
New York. 

Hosteller, Leonard G., Lovington, III.; trans, 
to Ohio Delta; with Hardware Bank. 

Kllgore, William C, 370 Robert St., St. Paul, 
Minn.: merchant. 

NImmons, George Croll, Chicago, 111.; grad. 
University of Wooster. 1887; supt. of Mines 
and Mining Bldg., Chicago World's Fair; 
architect, with NImmons & Fellows, Mar- 
quette Bldg. 

Patton, William S., Springfield. Ohio; farmer. 

Pecklnpaugh, Frank C, AVooster. Ohio; 
newsdealer. 

Stewart, William 8., Verona, Pa.; grad. 
Medico-Chl., Philadelphia, 1887. winning 
gold medal for highest honors; physician. 



1883 

Halderman, Charles W., 109 W. 5th St., 
Marlon, Ind.; newspaper publisher. 

Johnston, Ulysses Simpson Grant, 1440 N. 
Cleveland Ave., Canton, Ohio; grad. Uni- 
versity of Wooster, 1887; lawyer. 

MacMiilan, Wade, 1915 Blgelow St., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio; physician and surgeon. 

Turner, Charles W., Salem. Ohio. 

Wallace, Charles 8., Wlnfleld, Kan. 



1880 

Bickenbach, Augustus Richard, Mt. Vernon, 
Iowa: pastor, Presbyterian Church. 

Darr, William T., Brookvllle, Pa.; lawyer. 

Findley, Alvln Irwin, 202 W. 103d St., New 
York City, N. Y.; editor. Iron Age, 14 
Park Place. 



1884 

Caldwell, J. M., Newark, Ohio. 

Jones, George P., 719 S. Main St., Flndlay, 

Ohio; cashier. First National Bank. 
Laubie, Ralph W., 256 Arcade, Clevolan3. 

Ohio. 
Myers. Charles 8.* Altoona. P«b 



UNIVEKSITY OF WOOSTEB. 



133 



Shriber, George, Chicago, III. ; asst. city at- 
torney: lawyer, 822 First National Bank 
Building. 

1885 

Manges, Monroe, 50S Brisbane Bldg., Buf- 
falo, N. Y.; grad. Wooster University, 
1888: grad. Cleveland Med. College, 1892; 
physician. 

Morris, Frank Dunlevy, Toledo, Ohio; grad. 
University of Wooster, 1886; with Toledo 
Home Telephone Co. 

Orr, Harvey D., 2944 Warren Ave., Chicago, 
111. ; theatrical business, with Harvey Stock 
Company. 

Nellson, John T., Gold Hill, Ore.; mining 
business. 

Sanders, Clarence E., €00 Prospect St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; grad. University of Illi- 
nois, 1889; lawyer. 

Wiles, Otis, Mansfield, Ohio; trans, to Ohio 
Beta; grad. Wittenberg College, 1888. 

Woodsfde, William Hunter, New York City, 
N. Y.; actor. 

1886 

Chalfant, James Graham, 5722 Kentucky 
Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.; county engineer. Al- 
legheny County. 

HIgley, Louis S., 6402 Cedar Ave., Cleveland, 
Ohio; with Standard Sewing Machine Co. 

McGaw, Lewis Glenn, 240 Washington St., 
Portland. Ore.; real estate. 

McNeal, Alfred Francis, 1331 14th Ave. S.. 
Birmingham, Ala.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha; 
lavirver 

McNeal,' Louis Bertel, 117}^ Center SL W., 
Marion, Ohio; trans, to N. Y. Alpha; mem- 
ber 75th General Assembly of Ohio; mem- 
ber Board of Review, city of Marlon; 
lawyer. 

Taicott, Sel Delano, Waukegan, 111.; super- 
intendent of schools. 

Taylor, Robert Norwood, Canton, Ohio; 
lawyer. 

1887 

Bartram, John Hawley, 502 S. State St., 
Marion. Ohio; lawyer. 

Carson, George H., Springfield, Ohio; whole- 
sale grocery. 

Glover, Francis Denman, 601 N. St. Clair, 
Pittsburg, Pa.; grad. Wooster University, 
1891; instructor Greek and Latin, Kls- 
Iciminetas School. Salesburg, Pa., 1892-99; 
instructor Greek and German, Shady Side 
Academy, Pittsburjpr, 1899-1907; investment 
bonds; with J. S. & W. S. Kuhn, Inc. 

Miller, Horace J., Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer, 
Berger Bldg. 



Voorhees, Campbell Marion, 1759 Oak St., 
Columbus, Ohio; grad. Ann Arbor Law 
School, 1893; flrst prize declamation Inter 
Society contest, 1890; second prize Irving 
Declamatioxi contest; lawyer, member 
firm of Carpenter & Voorhees, Wyandotte 
Bulidltig. 

Weeks, Dana Oliver, 425 W. Center St., Ma- 
rion, Ohio; grad. Sterling Medical, 1892; 
physician and surgeon. 

1888 

Hanna, Fred L., Los Angeles, Cal.; busi- 
ness, 225 N. Chicago St. 

Hudson, Edward Jesse, Gladstone, Mich.; 
grad. University of Wooster. 1892; chemist. 

Kendig, Willard C, Cincinnati, Ohio; grad. 
Medical College, Cincinnati, 1891; physi- 
cian, Court House. 

Roberts, Frank Allen, New Richmond, Ohio; 
lawyer. 

1889 

Black, Walter Van Hamin, Zanesville, Ohio; 
wholesale dry goods; with Black-Grant Co. 

1890 

Casey, Frank Stitt, Cambridge, Ohio. 

Cochrane, Andrew Patterson Linn, 2354 Au- 
burn Ave., Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati. Ohio; 
grad. Princeton University. 1894; lawyer. 

Cochrane, Robert, 360 Ontario St., Chicago, 
111.; with Marshall Field & Co. 

Gray, George Humphreys, Ironton, Ohio. 

Gray, William Llovd, wooster. Ohio. 

Kerr, Howard Campbell, Ironton, Ohio; 
cashier, Citizens National Bank. 

Mcllvaine, Charles Lawrence, 263 W. High 
St., New Philadelphia, Ohio; trans, to 
Ohio Delta; city editor, Tuscarawas Ad- 
vocate. 

Moore, Chauncey Abbott, Paris, France; 
grand opera singer. 

Seiberllng, James Francis, Akron. Ohio; 
grad. university of Wooster, 1892; first 
prize Junior Oratorical Contest, 1891; 
lawyer. 

1891 

Crilev, John Milton, Wooster, Ohio; grad. 
University of Wooster, 1892; cashier, 
Wayne County National Bank. 

1892 

Bell, Samuel Reynolds, Union City, Ind.; 
grad. University of Wooster, 1873; city 
attorney. Union City, 1888; member House 
of Representatives, Indiana; lawyer. 



OHIO DELTA. 



UNIVERSITY OF OHIO. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 

FOUNDED MAY 15, 1880, BY NEWTON M. ANDERSON, CHARLES 
B. COMSTOC'K, CHARLES E. FREEMAN, SIDNEY H. SHORT, W. K. 
CHERRYHOLMES, J. 8. HUMPHREY, GEORGE C. MOSHER, M. K. 
NUTTING, P. C. ROBINSON, CHARLES M. WING, HARRY B. DAHL 
AND GEORGE W. DUN. 



1879 

Dahl, Harry B., Washington C. H., Ohio; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha. 

Dun, George W., Toledo, Ohio; publisher 
Toledo Times. 

GIbbs, William R., Troy, Ohio. 

Hubbard, Herman, 29 Huffman Ave., Colum- 
bus, Ohio; secy. Talmadge Hardware Co. 

Mosher, Georae Clark, 3612 Locust St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; professor of obstetrics, 
Univ. of Kansas; physician, 605 Bryant 
Building. 

Nutting, M. E., Omaha, Neb. 

Reed, William Frederick, Portsmouth, Ohio; 
trans, to Ohio Alpha. 

Robinson, Parlee C, Kenton, Ohio; engineer. 

Wing, Charles Mayhew, 231 W. Tenth Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; manufacturer. 

1880 

Allen, Horace, 24 W. Franklin St., Troy, 
Ohio; secy, and treas.. The Allen & Wheel- 
er Company. 

Davia, Horace Swift, 213 N. Jersey Bldg., 
Duluth, Minn. 

Hanltch, Louis, West Superior, Wis.; law- 
yer. 

Howard, Charles J., Barnesville, Ohio; law- 
yer. 

Hubbard, Fred W., 85 Cleveland Ave., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio, secy., Kilbourne- Jacobs 
Mfg. Co. 

Jones, Willis Silllman, 215 Dearborn St.. 
Chicago, 111. 

Langfitt, William Campbell; address un- 
known. 

McFarlln. William Kirk; address unknown; 
engineer 

Miller, Walter McNab, 801 Virginia Ave., 
Columbia, Mo.; professor of pathology. 
University of Missouri. 

Shedd, Frederick, 1440 E. Broad St.. Colum- 
bus, Ohio; secy, and treas., The E. E. 
Shedd Merc. Co. 

1881 

Ersklne, John Q., LowellvlMe, Ohio. 
Fasslg, Oliver Lanard, The Walbert, Balti- 
more, Md.; trans, to Md. Alpha; section 



director, U. S. Weather Bureau; associate 
In meteorology, Johns Hopkins University; 
member of scientific expedition to the Ba- 
hama Islands, 1903; in charge of Arctic 
relief expedition, 1905; meteorologist, Johns 
Hopkins University. 
Peters, William L., 908 Tenth St., Riverside, 
Cal.; member Board of City Trustees, 
1898-1902; Library Trustees, 1902-07; Board 
of Freeholders, 1906-07; Board of City Ac- 
counting, 1907-09; chairman Board of Pub- 
lic Utilities, 1907-11; horticulturist. Box 
823. 

1882 

Benbow, William, 530 Elm St., Reading. Pa.; 
organist and choirmaster. Trinity Luther- 
an Church. 

Comly, Guy Stuart, New York City, N. Y.; 
Journalist; financial editor. Associated 
Press, 20 Broad St. 

Kelfer, William White, 1230 E. High St., 
Springfield. Ohio; grad. Ohio State Uni- 
versity, 1886, A. B. ; Cincinnati Law School, 
LL. B., 1888; lawyer, member firm of Kelf- 
er & Kelfer, Lagonda National Bank Bldg. 

Marple, Charles Allen, 1861 E. 71st St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; instructor. Central High School. 

Moore, Alvln Alexander, Parker's Landing, 
Pennsylvania. 

Payne. Halbert Edwin, 478 Central Park 
West, New York City, N. Y.; president, 
American Typewriter Co., 265 Broadway. 

Taylor, John Myers, 263 E. Broad St., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio; president, Taylor- Williams 
Coal Co. 

Wonders, James C, Bellefontaine, Ohio. 

1883 

Anderson, George Yeatman, 2049 E. 83d St., 

Cleveland, Ohio; with Pickands, Mather 

& Co. 
Converse, Howard P., 88 Broad St, Boston, 

Mass.; iron and steel contractor. 
Davidson, Arthur, 213 Chestnut St., Evans- 

vllle, Ind. 
Esterly, Daniel Edward, 807 Western Ave., 

Topeka. Kan.; trans, to Kan. Alpha; grad. 

University of Kansas. 1890, B. S.; Uni- 



134 



UNIVERSITY OF OHIO. 



135 



verslty of Pennsylvania, 1893, M. D.; phy- 
sician, 813 Kansas Ave. 

Galbralth, John Howard, 263 15th Ave., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio; newspaper correspondent. 
Dispatch. 

Gilbert, Newton Whiting, 197 Calle Herron. 
Manila, P. I.; state senator, Indiana, 1897; 
lieut.-gov., Indiana, 1901; representative in 
Congress, 12th Indiana district. 1906; Judge 
court of first Instance, P. L, 1908; Phil. 
commis«(ioner, 1909; secretary of public 
instruction. 

Hartwell, Arthur, 29 Blaine Ave.. Detroit, 
Mich.; grad. Ohio State University. 1888, 
M. E. ; secy, and treas., Detroit Insulated 
Wire Co. 

Marvin, Charles Frederick, 1404 Girard St.. 
Washington, D. C; professor meteorology, 
U. S. Weather Bureau. 

McMurray, John L., Tacoma, Wash.; admit- 
ted to bar, 1890; justice of the peace, 1892- 
94; deputy prosecuting attorney, 1898-1900; 
prosecuting attorney, Pierce county, Wash. ; 
lawyer. 

Selby, Augustine Dawson, R. F. D. No. 1. 
Wooster, Ohio; teacher botany. Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1890-94; botanist, Ohio Agl. 
Exp. Station. 

Shedd, Carlos Butler, 111 Hamilton Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; vice-president, E. E. 
Shedd Merc. Co., 255 N. Front St. 

Smart, George, 10608 Massie Ave.. Cleveland. 
Ohio; editor Iron Trade Review. 

1884 

Converse, Edward Jasper, 59 W. Fourth 
Ave., Columbus. Ohio; grad. Ohio State 
University. B. A. 1886; B. D. Yale Divin- 
ity School. 1896; Congregational minister. 

Qodman, Leonard Harper, 236 Woodland 
Ave.. Columbus, Ohio; salesman. The H. 
C. Godman Co. 

Haas, Louis George, 216 Edgevale Road, 
Roland Park. Md. ; assistant to president. 
S. A. L. Ry.. 24 Broad St.. New York City. 

1885 

Bannon, Henry Townc, Washington, D. C; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha; grad. University of 
Michigan, 1889; admitted to bar. 1889; 
prosecuting attorney, Sclot county; mem- 
ber 59th and 60th Congress; lawyer, House 
of Representatives. 

Hartmann, Hudson, Santiago, Cuba. 

Miller, Henry Franklin, 345 E. State St., 
Columbus, Ohio; consulting engineer. 

Shaub, Edward L. F., 1113 S. High St., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

1886 

Cole, George N., Upper Montclair, N. J.; 
grad. Ohio State University; electrical en- 

flneer, 1891; contractor, warehouse doors, 
77 Broadway. New York City. 

Grimsley, George Perry, 164 Front St., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. ; assistant state geolo- 
gist, W. Va.; professor W. Va. University. 

Wilgus, James Alva, 534 W. Mineral, Piatt- 
ville. Wis.; professor history and political 
science. State Normal School. 

Yeazell, Harry A., P. O. Box 56, Sausalito. 
Cal.; salesman. 

Zaumteil. Oscar Clemens, Webb City, Mo.; 
jewelry business. 

1887 

Beach, Robert Kellogg, 1797 E. 89th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Ohio State Uni- 
versity. 1890. B. P. H.; publisher. 



Brown*, Morton S., 1381 Franklin Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; electrician. Edison Electric 
Light Co. 

Horton, Henry Pomeroy, 9 Allen PI., Co- 
lumbia, Mo. ; rector Calvary Church. . 

Hubbard, Ralph N., 371 E. Broad St., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; with Kinnear-Oager Co. 

Kelfer, Horace Charles, 1220 E. High St., 
Springfield, Ohio; lawyer. 

Kietewetter, Louis Frank, 241 Woodland 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; grad. Ohio State 
University, 1891, C. E.; Harvard, 1892, A. 
B.; Harvard, 1893, A. M.; cashier. The 
Ohio National Bank. 

Mock, George Herbert, Worthlngton, Ohio; 
auditor, Ohio National Bank, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Weybrecht, Charles Christopher, State 
House, Columbus, Ohio; major 8th Inf., O. 
V. I., Spanish-American war, 1898; served 
in siege- surrender of Santiago; in com- 
mand Plum Run riots, 1906; aid-de-camp 
staff of Governors Herrick, Patteson, Her- 
rich, adj. gen.; adjutant general state of 
Ohio. 

1888 

Martin, Percy, Elmfield, Coventry, England. 

1889 

Howard, Edward Davenport, 618 E. Rich, 
Columbus, Ohio; grad. Ohio State Uni- 
versity, LL. B., LL. D. ; member of Colum- 
bus city council; assistant prosecuting at- 
torney; state senator; secretary Ohio Codi- 
fying Commission; assistant secretary of 
state; lawyer, 305-9 Hayden Clinton Bank 
Building. 

Johnson, Ernest Thomas, 403 Hudson Ave., 
Newark, Ohio; proprietor general insurance 
agency. Trust Bldg. 

1890 

Powell, Charles S., Ill Broadway, New York 
City, N. y. 

1891 

Appei, George Lescher, AVelisville, Ohio. 

Butler, George S., 102 Hamilton Ave., Co- 
lumbus. Ohio; secy, and treas., J. & G. 
Butler Co. 

Hatcher, Edmund B., 44 Weisinger, Goul- 
bert, Louisville, Ky. ; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Hatcher, Harry Haver, Dayton, Ohio. 

Kellenburger, Charles W., Newark, Ohio. 

Martin, Edgar C, Columbus, Ohio; in secre- 
tary of state's office. 

Stewart, Harford T., 846 E. Broad St., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; secretary. Case Mfg. Co. 

Stewart, Lee Raymond, 316 W. North Ave., 
North Side, Pittsburg. Pa.; salesman, 
Bethlehem Steel Co. 

Templeton, Harry Edgar, PIqua, Ohio. 

1892 

Bretz, Irving Sylvester, 1162 E. 65th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; physician. 

Cheney, Hcrvey M., 2023 Warren St., To- 
ledo, Ohio: with Cheney Medicine Co. 

Love, George Rusk, Toledo, Ohio; supt. To- 
ledo State Hospital. 

1893 

Cole, Wendell Cummings, 564 Galena Ave.. 
Pasadena, Cal.; asst. mgr. Singer Sewing 
Macliine Co. 



ia() 



PIII KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Holmes, Ralph WUIiams, 32 W. 2d St., Clill- 
licothe, Ohio; trans, to Pa. Beta; physi- 
cian and surgeon. 

Phillips, Harry Eivlngton, 34 Manchester 
PI., Buffalo, N. Y.; real estate and build- 
ing, 85 W. Eagle St. 

1894 

Campbell, Harry C, Fostoria. Ohio; drug- 
gist. 

Cunningham, Charles Oilman, 2924 Colling- 
^ood Ave., Toledo, Ohio; lawyer, 49 Prod- 
uce Exchange. 

Denman, Edgar, Lancaster, Ohio. 

Nutt, Harry W., Carnegie, Pa. 

Scott, James Kemper, Newark, Ohio. 

1895 

Baldwin, Hugh Allen, 405 E. Town St., Co- 
lumbu.s, Ohio; grad. Ohio State University, 
1898; Jefferson Medical College, 1901; as- 
sistant .surgeon, Pennsylvania State Hos- 
pital for Injured, Ashland, Pa., 1901-2; 
attending surgeon to Grand Hospital, Co- 
lumbus. 

1896 

Burr, Frank Henry, Spokane, Wash.; m^-nu- 
facturlng Jeweler and real estate, Peyton 
Block. 

Hill, Walter C, Lake View Hospital, Cleve- 
land, Ohio; physician. 202 Osborn Bldg. 

Kiger, W. H., Prairie Depot, Ohio. 

Mooar, Harry L., 105 Hamilton Ave., Colum- 
bu.s. Ohio. 

Winter, Nevin Otto, 315 Irving. Toledo, Ohio; 
author; lawyer. 840 Spitzer Bldg. 

1897 

Pefenbacher, J. Fred, Canal Dover, Ohio; 
manager. The Ohio Shovel &, Stamping Co. 

Marckworth, Otto S., 92 Pugh Ave,, Colum- 
bus, Ohio; chemist, 25 Board of Trade. 

McKelvey, Ralph Huntington, 348 Central 
Park AVest, New York City, N. Y.; trans, 
to Cal. Beta; secretary, Adirondack Fire 
Insurance Co. and Lumber Insurance Co. 
of New York, 84 William St. 
-Mills, James Dwight, 188 W. 4th Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; mechanical engineer. 

Pratt, Frederick Kellogg, 1475 Humboldt St.. 
Denver, Colo.; grad, Ohio State University, 
C. E. 1900; teacher mathematics, Colorado 
Springs High School. 1904-5; office mgr.. 
The Central Colorado Power Co., Majestic 
Bldg. 

Veneman, Nevin Edward, 428 Salem Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio; lawyer, 702 Conover Bldg. 

Wheaton, Robert John, 54 S. 4th St., Colum- 
bus, Ohio; secy, and treas., The McKeever 
Electric Co. 

1898 

Albery, Herman W., 6 Powell Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; electrical engineer. 

Bargar, Frederick Chase, 842 E. Broad St., 
Columbus, Ohio; treas. Riley Shoe Co. 

Campbell, R. W., Fort Smith. Ark.; with 
Boulder City Lumber Co. 

Campbell, Willis Elmer, Toledo, Ohio; with 
Campbell Lumber Co. 

Hedges, Benson Rice, East Town St., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; manager. Fidelity & Cas- 
ualty Insurance Co. 

McLaughlin, Robert H., care Plain Dealer, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Stiger, T. A., Everett, Wash.; lawyer. 

Ware, John Walter, Dayton, Ohio. 



1899 

Brooks, Stanley G., 1501 E. Long St., Colum- 
bus, Ohio; secy, and treas.. The D. L. 
Auld Co. 

Hoster, Herman A., Columbus Auto Club. 
Columbus, Ohio; secy, and tre€U5., Colum- 
bus Lithograph Co. 

Mack, Egbert Hiram, Chestnut St., Coshoc- 
ton, Ohio; newspaper publisher, 

Rosa, Calvin Burt, 265 E. Gay St., Columbus, 
Ohio; advertising manager. The Century 
Mfg. Co. 

1900 

Frazler, Henry Clinton, Zanesville, Ohio. 

Reynolds, John Nell, 851 Bryden Road, Co- 
lumbus. Ohio: gen. foreman, Welsbach Co. 

Ware, George A., Dayton, Ohio; with Wafe 
Coffee Co. 

Walters, Barton, 132 S. Pickaway St., Clrcle- 
ville, Ohio; admitted to bar, 1902; presi- 
dential elector, 7th congressional district 
of Ohio, 1908; lawyer. 

1901 

Aseir, Judd David, 417 W. Center. Fostoria. 
Ohio; president. The Asier & Son Co. 

Beatty, Hugh Gibson, W. Broad St., Colum- 
bus, Ohio; pharmacist, State Hospital. 

Glasscock, Jr., Albert, Washington C. H., 
Ohio. 

Holmes, William Brown Gieason, Braddock, 
Pennsylvania. 

1902 

Bell, Wakeman Clark, 4903 Evanston Ave.. 

Chicago, 111.; civil engineer, with C. & E. 

1. R. R. 
Newman, Dick FInley, Pittsburg, Pa.; law 

.student, 906 Berger Bldg. 
Randall, James E., Indianapolis, Ind.; care 

Clayworker. 
Sill, Edgar Thompson, Fostoria, Ohio. 
Stark, Charles Jacob, 90 West St., New York 

City, N. Y. 

1903 

Carmack, Gilbert Harry, 416 W. 6th Ave., 
Columbus. Ohio; with Central Ohio Paper 
Company. 

Kirtley, Fred Hastings, Crosby House, De- 
fiance, Ohio; lawyer, special counsel In 
office of attorney general of Ohio, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Parrett, Frank Coffman, London, Ohio; 
farmer. 

Phelps, Paul, 305 E. 19th Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio; mechanical engineer. 

Reynolds, Henry Lee, 118 Sweetbriar St., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; salesman, Doubleday-Hill 
Electric Co. 

1904 

Cheney, Merritt Brooke, Mechanicsburg, 
Ohio; scientiflc farmer. 

Hampton, Harry Horton, 2077 E. 88th St, 
Cleveland, Ohio; real estate, .611 William- 
son Bldg. 

Johnson, Benjamin Monroe, 328 N. Negley 
Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.; Pittsburg representa- 
tive, Central Ohio Paper Co. 

Maver, Arthur Ellis, 1520 Third Ave.. New 
Brighton, Pa.; ceramic chemist, Mayer 
Pottery Co., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Miller, James Culver, Mechanicsburg, Ohio; 
farmer. 



UNIVERSITY OF OHIO. 



187 



Miller, Paul. 1466 Michigan Ave.. Columbus, 

Ohio; with Kile & Morgan, 722 Columbus 

Sav. Sc Trust BIdg. 
Riddle, Frank Harwood, 1336 N. Tejon St.. 

Colorado Springs, Colo.; manager and 

supt., Van Briggle Pottery Co. 

1906 

Barrett, Herbert Lawrence, Spokane, Wash.; 
care of Aionzo Murphy Co., Exchange 

' Bank Bldg. 

Burr, Wlllard Fennimore, Akron, Ohio; sales- 
man. Diamond Rubber Co. 

Lambert, A. Ray, 705 Hendrlx St., Ander- 
son, Ind.; trans, to. Indiana Alpha; pur- 
chasing agent. Buckeye Mfg. Co. 

Menche, Karl Seebohm, 519 Mcl^in St., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

WInwood, Jr., Georae Moody, Yellow Spring 
St., Springfield, Ohio; trans, to Ohio Beta; 
gen. mgr., "Velvet lAwn" Seeder Co. 

1906 

Dye, Clifford Benjamin, 1386 Neil Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; inspector, Ohio Inspection 
Bureau, Outlook Bldg. 

Foster, James C, Columbus, Ohio; with D. 
L. Auld & Co.. E. Long St. 

Kibler, Jr., Edward, 179 Granville Road, 
Newark Ohio. 

Palmer, J*ohn Joseph, 315 N. Detroit. Ken- 
ton, Ohio: with Stoddard-Day ton Auto- 
mobile Co., 226 X. Main St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Thompson, Harry Merritt, 1080 Madison 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; cashier, Travelers 
Insurance Co., New Hayden Bldg.. Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

1907 

Agier, Adelbert McMillen, 1379 Fair Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Grant, William Henry, Circlevllle, Ohio. 

Janeway, Q. Harold, 1515 Neil Ave., Colum- 
bus. Ohio. 

Leebrick, Robert John, 86 W. 6th St., Peru, 
Ind.; trans, to Cal. Gamma. 



Logan, Richard Dougherty. The Miltimore, 
Ashland Ave., Toledo, Ohio; grad. Ohio 
State University. B. A. 1907; LL. B., 1909; 
lawyer, 49 Produce Exchange. 

Powell, Donald Adair, 176 N. 20th St.. Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

Ralston, Byron Brown, 101 Market St, An- 
napolis, Md.; with U. S. Naval Academy. \ 

Taggart, Harold Isaac, 73 Prospect St., Mas- 
sTlTon, Ohio; bookkeeper, Ooshen Valley 
Coal Co.. No. 7 N. Mill St. 

1908 

BIdwetl, Nathan Beach, London, Ohio. 

Dun, Carroll Thurman, 260 15th Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

Kibler, Charles Samuel, 179 Granville St., 
Newark, Ohio. 

Menche, Leon Theodore, 519 McLain St., 
Dayton. Ohio. 

Patterson, Walter C, 406 Holgate Ave.. De- 
fiance. Ohio; advertising mgr., Crescent- 
News. 

Tussing, Reginald Miller, 264 S. 18th St., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

1909 

Bennett, Hugh Monnett, 171 King Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

Bradford, Henry LeRov, 17th Ave. and Wal- 
deck, Columbus, Ohio. 

Carpenter, Fred Grant, Washington Ave., 
Washington C. H.. Ohio. 

Dun, John Davis, 260 15th Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Flanagan, Thurman, 347 N. Main St., Ken- 
ton, Ohio. 

Gardiner, Harold Moore, 250 W. 10th Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Grant, Attllia Cox., 1725 E. n5th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Kinnear, Joslah DIx, 38 Jelferson Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

Kinnear, Ralph Edgar, 38 Jefferson Ave.. 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Loren, James McMillen, 1371 N. High St., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Webster, Drew Seiby, Pomeroy, Ohio. 



OHIO EPSILON. 

CASE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE. 

CLEVELAND. OHIO. 

founded june 2, 1906. charter members: gordon staf- 
ford meek, william cartright mcclure, elmer l. 
knoedler, leslie irving vanepps, william henry whit- 
acre, frank augustus brassington, thomas george 
protheroe, orlen walter sealand, oliver john abell, 
horatio l. babb, william earl badger, lester s. bale, 
paul fleming bauder, william s. bidle, charles cozad 
bradford, herbert w. brandt, charles j, brown, 
everett lowell brown, robert hiram butler, william 
j. carter, burt samuel chaxmberlin, ralph b. clark, 
robert houghton clifford, george francis collister, 
clarence whiteman courtney, leopold dautell, 
edward bennett dennis, carl p. dick, john william 
dow, edward anderson drake, j. milton dyer, hugh 
Mcknight emerson, sam william emerson, harry 
witherell fauver, theodore moses focke, joseph 
francis glidden, herbert carlton hale, ralph l. 
harding, charles p. jaeger, s. karl johns, carl noble 
king, paul newberry kingsley, irving d. kip, philip 
exmory knowlton, lyman marshall^ colin mcalllster, 
william barriss mcallister, adriel raymond mc- 
creary, levi l. miller, lewis morehouse neel, chester 
andrew orr, louis palmer orr, james thomas pardee, 
edward pardee parshall, george winship penton, 
thomas day pierce, charles f. rieley, leon josiah 
robbins, w^\rner sumner robison, edward phillips 
rudolph, alexander russell, edmund ring sanborn, 
cecil lord saunders, paul sylvester schmidt, warner 
mason skiff, joseph allan smith, leslie d. stair. 



IQAg Bauder, Paul Fleming, 29 Auburndale Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio: grad. Case School of Ap- 

Abeil, Oliver John, 5008 Madison Ave., Chi- plied Science, 1908; with engineering dept., 

cago. 111.; western representative, manu- National Electric Lamp Association, 4411 

facturing, 84 Van Buren St. Hough Ave. 

Babbf Horatio L., Long Island Motor Park- Bidle, William S., cor. E. 93d St. and La- 
way, Mlneola, L. I., N. Y. mont Ave., Cleveland, Olilo; with Cleve- 

Badger, William Earl, 322 Center St., Find- land City Forge & Iron Co. 

lay, Ohio; mechanical engineer, Findlay Bradford, Charles Cozad, Cleveland, Ohio; 

Axe & Tool Co. with National Battery Co. 

Bale, Lester S., 1442 E. 110th St., Cleveland. Brandt, Herbert W., 609 E. 124th St., Cleve- 

Ohio. land, Ohio; mining engineer. 

l.^S 



CASE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE. 



139 



Brattlngton, Frank Augustus, Euclid 
Heights. Cleveland. Ohio; contractor and 
real estate. 

Brown, Charles J.; Cleveland, Ohio. 

Brown, Everett Lowell, 10022 Cedar Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Case School of Ap- 
plied Science, 1906: reinforced concrete 
engineer. Andrew Dale & Son. 

Butler, Robert Hiram, 2447 Maplewood Ave., 
Mt. Auburn. Cincinnati. Ohio; house phy- 
sician. Cincinnati Hospital. 1906-8; physi- 
cian, oculist and aurist, Berkshire Bldg. 

Carter, William J., 4239 E. 93d St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; consulting engineer. 

Chamberlln, Burt Samuel, Cleveland, Ohio; 
with Citizens Sav. & Trust Co. 

Clark, Ralph B., 255 DufTerln St.* Toronto. 
Ont., Canada; engineer, Toronto Tungsten 
Lamp Co. 

ClifTord, Robert Houghton, Busbee, Ariz.; 
master mechanic. Copper Queen Consol. 
Mining Co. 

Colllster, George Francis, Wllloughby, Ohio; 
supt.. Long Arm System. 

Courtney, Clarence Whiteman, 174 Wood- 
ward Ave. E., Cleveland, Ohio; president. 
The Courtney Engineering Co., 406 Ameri- 
can Trust Bldg. 

Dautell, Leopold, 5710 Hough Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; contractor. 

Dennis, Edward Bennett, 9009 Euclid Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; draftsman, McCIean Arms 
Company. 

Dick, Carl P., Akron, Ohio; cadet, West 
Point, N. Y. 

Dow, John William, 564 Park Ave. W., 
Mansfield, Ohio; treasurer, The Dow 
Chemical Mfg. Co. 

Drake, Edward Anderson, 6 'Wymore Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; manager, Drake & Wiers 
Co., 17 Blackstone Bldg. 

Dyer, J. Milton, 1816 E. 71st St., Cleveland, 
Ohio; architect, 825 Cuyahoga Bldg. 

Emerson, Hugh McKnIght, 1690 E. 70th St., 
Cleveland. Ohio. 

Emerson, Sam William, Cleveland. Ohio; 
consulting engineer. The Courtney & Em- 
erson Co. 

Fauver, Harry WItherell, 280 Crosby St., 
AKron, Ohio; claim adjuster, Diamond 
Rubber Co. 

Focke, Theodore Moses, 2067 Cornell Road. 
Cleveland, Ohio; B. S. Case, 1892 in civil 
eng. ; 1892-93, instructor mathematics, Case 
School; 1893-96, tutor physics, Oberlin; 
Ph. D. Gottingen. 1898; instructor mathe- 
matics, Case, 1898; professor of mathe- 
matics, Case School of Applied Science. 

Glldden, Joseph Francis, 7912 Carnegie Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; research work, The Glid- 
den Varnish Co. 

Hale, Herbert Carlton, 96 Beresford Place. 

East Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Case School 

Applied Science, 1896; contracting engi- 

• neer, mine equipment, 1038 Schofleld Bldg. 

Harding, Ralph L., Manila, P. I.; civil en- 
gineer. Manila Railroad Co. 

Jaeger, Charles P., 1861 E. 87th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; engineer. 
Johns, S. Karl, 10082 Republic Ct., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; with Bardons & Oliver. 

King, Carl Noble, 622 Mill St.. Ravenna, 
Ohio; solicitor, Davey Tree Expert Co., 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Kingsley, Paul Newberry, Strawberry Point, 
Iowa. 

Kip, Irving D.; address unknown. 

Knoedier, Elmer L., 842 Monmouth. Glouces- 
ter, N. J.; general foreman, Welsbach Co. 

Knowlton, Philip Emory, 1420 E. 115th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; lawyer and solicitor of 
patents, probate court. 
Marshall. Lyman, 2228 E. 87th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; engineer, with National Safe 
& Lock Co. 



McAllister, Colin, 2018 E. 66th St.. Cleve- 
land, Ohio; with W. B. McAllister Co. 

McAllister, William Barriss, 2018 E. 65th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; president. The W. B. 
McAllister Co., 2165 E. Slst St. 

McClure, William Cartwrlght, 212 First St, 
Findlay. Ohio; grad. Case School, 1901, 
B. S., civil eng.; head chemist and in- 
spector. National Refining Co. 

McCreary, Adrlel Raymond, 2112 E. 93d St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; with the W. B. McAllis- 
ter Co. 

Meek, Gordon Stafford, 130 S. St. Clair, 
Painesville, Ohio; grad. C. E. Course, Case 
School of Applied Science, 1896; superin- 
tendent Pennsylvania & Lake Erie Dock 
Co., Fairpont Harbor, Ohio. 

Miller, Levi L., MassiUon Road, Box 15, 
Canton, Ohio. 

Neel, Lewis Morehouse, 19 Woodland Ave., 
Summit, N. J.; Case School of Applied 
Science, B. S., mech. eng., 1890; with con- 
crete engineering Dept., J!>. L. & W. R. 
R., Hoboken, N. J. 

Orr, Chester Andrew, 10022 Cedar Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; asst. supt., Central Blast 
Furnaces, American Steel & Wire Co. 

Orr, Louis Palmer, 10022 Cedar Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Pardee, James Thomas, 10220 Clifton Blvd. 
N. W., Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Case School 
of Applied Science, 1888; asst. city engi- 
neer, Cleveland, 1893-1901; asst. chief en- 
gineer, 1901-03; consulting engineer. 

Parshall, Edward Pardee, 50 Fay St., Akron, 
Ohio; grad. Buchtel College, 1906; Case 
School of Applied Science, 1907; contract- 
ing engineer. 

Penton, Qeorge Winship, 1939 E. 90th St.. 
Cleveland, Ohio; mining engineer. 

Pierce, Thomas Day, 323 W. 77th St., New 
York City. N. Y. ; civil engineer; resident 
engineer, If^rie Railroad. 

Protheroe, Thomas Qeorge, 3211 E. 36th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; associate director Indus- 
trial Works, Y. M. C. A. 

RIeley, Charles F., 2041 E. 107th St.. Cleve- 
land, Ohio; with Northern Ohio Paving & 
Const. Co. 

Robbins, Leon Joslah, Mercer Ave.. Sharps- 
ville. Pa.: grad. Case School of Applied 
Science. 1895; treasurer of Clair Furnace 
Company. 

Robison, Warner Sumner, 2264 E. 95th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; with Stems & Co. 

Rudolph, Edward Phillips, 40 Forest Hill, 
East Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Case School 
of Applied Science, 1898; with Municipal 
Traction Co. 

Russell, Alexander, 10022 Cedar Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; engineer. 

Sanborn, Edmund Ring, 230 W. 11th St.. 
Erie, Pa.; asst. to general manager, Perry 
Iron Co. 

Saunders, Cecil Lord, Builders' Exchange, 
Cleveland, Ohio; general contractor, U. S. 
Postofflce. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Schmidt, Paul Sylvester, Allandale Terrace 
E., Cleveland. Ohio; concrete engineer. 
Courtney Engineering Co., 406 American 
Trust Bldg. 

Sealand, Orlen Walter, 527 S. 6th St.. To- 
ledo, Ohio; supt. Paraffin Dept.. Sun Oil 
Company. 
Skiff, Warner Mason, 1849 Crawford Road, 
Cleveland, Ohio; mgr. of engineering dept.. 
National Electric Lamp Association. 
Smith, Joseph Allan, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; 
grad. Case School of Applied Science, 1895; 
sales manager. General Vehicle Co. 
Stair, Leslie D., Toledo, Ohio; engineer. To- 
ledo Furnace Co. 
Stuntz, Ralph Emil, 114 Evergreen St., Har- 
ris burg, Pa. 



140 



PHI KAPPA PSl PRATERN1TY^ 



Swift, ChaHet Chichester, 2102 E. 100th St.. 
Cleveland, Ohio; secy., Cleveland Punch & 
Shear Works Co. 

Swift, William Folger, 2102 E. 100th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; secy, and treas.. City 
Foundry Co. 

Towaon, Morris Sherman, 1762 E. 89th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; electrical manufacturing. 

VanEpps, Leslie Irving, Trevorton, Pa.; en- 
gineer, coal mining. 

Warner, Ralph Melville, Canton, Ohio; sales- 
man, Arctic Ice Machine Co. 

Whitacre, Wllilam Henry, 2187 E. 83d St., 
Cleveland. Ohio; retired. 

Whitney, Horace Warner, 1917 E. 71st St., 
Cleveland. Ohio; chemist, Grasselli Chem. 
Company. 

Wood, John Buchan, 2046 E. 77th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; salesman. The Diamond Glass 
Comoany 

Wyman, Clifton L., 225 E. 53d St., Chicago, 
111.; with Willard Storage Battery Co., 
1320 First National Bank Bldg. 

Wyman, Leonard Carter, 1962 E. 83d St., 
Cleveland, Ohio; mining engineer. 



1907 

Ann in, Harry Keith, 10022 Cedar Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Annin, James Campbell, Caledonia, N. Y.; 
electrician. 

Burrell, Guy Howard, 7206 Ottawa Road, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Donnell, Otto Dewey, 931 S. Main St., Find- 
lay, Ohio; asst. supt.. The Ohio Oil Co. 

Flick, Harrison, 2119 E. 90th St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Glasgow, Lawrence Bourdette, 1841 E. 73d 
St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Kappler, Harry John, 1525 Grace Ave.. Lake- 
wood, Ohio. 

Snell, John Albert, 2709 Fulton St., Toledo, 
Ohio. 

Talkes, Louis Nelson, 1573 Lake View Road, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



Tucker, Otto Noble, 450 Carroll St., Akron, 

Ohio. 
Walton, Edwin Augustus, 410 S. State St., 

Painesvllle, Ohio; president. The Bronson- 

Walton Co. 

1908 

Abbott, Theodore Merriman, Piedmont Park, 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Domino, Karl Albert, 1771 E. 47th St., Cleve- 
land. Ohio. 

Gates, Edwin Nakum, 112 Prospect St., Mas- 
sillon. Ohio. 

KIpka, Ross Eugene, Box 80, Fostoria, Ohio. 

MacOmber, Monroe Frank, 2318 E. 95th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Palm, Frederick Jefferson, 210 Park Ave.. 
Warren, Ohio. 

Prior, Emery Carr, 2172 E. 40th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio; iron manufacturing. 

Quelsser, Charles Fried, 76 Stan wood Road, 
E. Cleveland. Ohio. 

Roby, Frank McQuesten, 1906 E. 82d St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Rosendaie, Earl Albert, 316 Perry St., Fos- 
toria, Ohio. 

Seelbach, Walter Louis, 114 Noble Road. 
East Cleveland, Ohio. 

Snow, Waiter Simpson, 2086 E. 100th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

1909 

Atterson, James Andrew, New Carthage. 
New York. 

Goes, Leonard K., 1668 E. 117th St., Cleve- 
land. Ohio. 

Howell, Charles John, 251 W. North. Fos- 
toria. Ohio. 

KInnlcutt, Bernard Hyde, 1579 Wyandotte, 
Cleveland. Ohio. 

McElroy, Robert, Fremont, Ohio. 

Neir, Earl R., .1515 W. 15th St., Chicago. 111.; 
with automatic Telephone Co. 

Schaefer, Clarence A., 631 Acklln, Toledo. 
Ohio. 



INDIANA ALPHA. 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY. 

GREENCASTLE. INDIANA. 

FOUNDED JANUARY 24, 186;"), BY B. F. HOYT. R. N. ALLEN, 
F. M. DICE, D. J. KASTBURN, W. V. OILLMORE, ('. A. OBKNSHAIN, 
J. PITTMAN, G. W. M. PITTMAN, JOHN POUCH ER, NEWTON 
RKHEY, H. W. SHIRLEY, S. B. TOWN, R. S.* TENNANT, W\ F. 
^VALKER, O. IL WIKELOW, A. B. YOHN AND WM. J. YEATES. 



1885 

Allen, Robert Newton, 301 N. Highland Ave., 
Chanute. Kans.; grrad. DePauw, 1869; coun- 
ty attorney, Neosho County, Kans.; mayor 
of Chanute, 1885-9; state senator, Neosho 
and Wilson Counties; retired. 

Ayers, Samuel Day, Walla Walla, Wash.; 
retired. 

Crichton, James Henderson, Chetopa. Kans. 

Eastburn, David Jeffries, 1024 Ashland 
Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.; druggist, 723 W. 
11th St. 

Gillmore, William Ferdinand, Winchester, 
111. 

Obenshain, Caleb Anderson, Morgantown, 
Ind.; minister. 

Poucher, John, Petersburg, Ind.; minister; 
Methodist pastpr. 

Shirley, Henry Wilson, Shoals, Ind.; physi- 
cian. 

Tennant, Richard S., Terre Haute, Ind.; 
la^7ver 

Towne, Salem B., 705 S. Col. Ave., Green- 
castle, Ind.; A. B. & A. M.. Indiana As- 
bury University, 1866 and 1869; M. D., Chi- 
cago, 1868; New York. 1871; S. T. D., De- 
Pauw University, 1891; presiding elder 
Northwest Indiana Conference; clergyman, 
field secy.. DePauw University. 

Walker, Wilbur Fisk, 39 N. Ritter Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; grad. DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1868; missionary to China; In siege 
in Peking in 1900; retired clergyman. 

Yeates, William Jefferson, Kansas City. Mo. 



1866 

Allen, Henry Clay, 1610 N. Alabama St., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; served as soldier In Civil 
War; county attorney one term; attorney 
for Street Railway System of Indianapolis 
14 years; Judge Marion Circuit Court of 
Indiana; now lawyer, 21-23 Lombard Bldg. 

Whitcomb, Harry, 87 W. Mechanic, Shelby- 
ville. Ind.: lawyer. 1869-74; internal rev- 
enue service until 1885; furniture manu- 
facturer. 



1867 

Jelley, Charles Samuel, 914 2nd Ave., S., 
Minneapolis. Minn.; captain first baseball 
team of DePauw University; lawyer, 303 
Globe Bldg. 

1868 

Bradley, James, Batavia, III.; physician. 

Cole, Lafayette Foster, 809 E. 15th St., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Henry, Charles L., 1408 N. Meridian St.. In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; member of Indiana State 
Senate, 1881 and 1883; member of Con- 
gross from Indiana, 1895-1899; president. 
The Indianapolis & Cincinnati Tr. Co. 

Martyn, Ashbel G., Toledo. Iowa. 

Turner, Aaron, St. Paul, Minn. 

Whitcomb, Charles, 1331 S. 6th St.. Terre 
Haute. Ind.; elected to House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1898; state senate, 1900; mort- 
gage loans and real estate, firm of Whit- 
comb, McColloch & Allen, 506 New Trust 
Co. Bldg. 

1869 

Evans, James Earl, 210 W. Pike St., Craw- 
fordsvllle, Ind.; member of city council 4 
years; cashier. First National Bank. 

Gregg, Aaron S., Greenwood. Ind. 

Partlow, David KIrkpatrIck, 115 E. St. aair 
St.. Indianapolis. Ind.; lawyer, 83 Baldwin 
Bldg. , ^ 

Shaw, Archibald, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; post- 
master, 1898-1906. 

Stephenson, Clarence Wirt, Medford, Okla.; 

Stokes, Wilson Rogers, Thorntown, Ind.; ad- 
mitted to bar 1873; lawyer. 

Woolley, John Granville, Honolulu, Hawaii; 
author, lecturer. 

1870 

Barnes, John William, Kokomo, Ind.; prin- 
cipal Kokomo High School. 1878; county 
superintendent, 1878-90; retired. 

Faris, George Washington, Terre Haute, 



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Ind.; elected to Congress 1894; re-elected 
1896; lawyer. 

Qudgelf William Henry, Evansville, Ind.; 
lawyer. 

Hlllis, James Daniel, Lafayette, Ind.; firrad. 
medical department University of Michi- 
gan, 1880; physician. 

Jones, C. J. W.y Roanoke, Mo.; retired min- 
ister; farming. 

McCormIck, M. C; Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wheeler, William O., 1440 Broadway, care 
N. Y. Clipper, New York City; Journalist 
and theatrical manager. 

1871 

Bovard, Freeman D., 366 Page St., San Fran- 
cisco. Cal.; editor California Christian Ad- 
vocate. 5-7 City Hall Ave. 

Steel,^ Charles Henry, Robinson. III. 

1872 

Darnelle, Henry Clay, 311 S. Cherry St., 
Muncie, Ind.; traveling salesman. 

Grimes, Hanson Millard, 316 W. Second St.. 
North Platte. Neb.; member House of 
Representiitlves, 1883-4; register of IT. S. 
land office, North Platte, Neb.; lawyer; 
district Judge. 

Hawkins, Eugene, 109 S. Locust St., Green- 
castle. Ind.; physician and surgeon, 18 S. 
Vine St. 

Keene, John Elam, 1400 Hamilton Blvd., Pe- 
oria, 111.; president Peoria Public library; 
vice-president Dime Savings & Trust Co. 

Taibott, Henry James, 1324 B. South Temple, 
Salt Lake City, Utah; soldier in Civil war; 
minister; supt missions in Utah for M. E. 
Church. 

TIngley, Horace Webb, 211 Chestnut St., 
Evansville, Ind.; grad. DePauw Universltv, 
1877; instructor in manual training school. 

Vermilion, Reason Rynerson, 1204 N. Topeka 
Ave., Wichita, Kan.; lawyer; solicitor for 
Kansas of St. Louis & San Francisco R. R. 
Co. 

1873 

Colvin, Charles M., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Daumont, Edward Alfred, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Embree, Lucius Conwell, 603 Hall St., Prince- 
ton, Ind.; trans, to Va. Alpha; lawyer, 
member firm of Embree & Embree, 224 W. 
Broadway. 

Hopkins, Edward Slyvester, 309 N. River- 
side. Jefforsonville. Ind.; promoter. Great 
Eastern Vivldrome Co., Paul Jones BIdg., 
Louisville. Ky. 

Neff, Jay Holcomb, 1505 Genesee St., Kan- 
.sa.^ City, Mo.; mayor Kansas City, Mo., 
1904-6; publisher Commercial, daily paper, 
at Kansas City, Omaha and St. Louis. 

1874 

Adkinson, Alvah Wilson, 2115 W. Twentieth 
St.. I. OS Angeles. Cal.; grad. Ind. Asbury 
T^niversity. 1876; Methodist Episcopal 
preacher; district superintendent, 

Barnes, George Dallas, Texas City. HI. 

Bowers, Henry Wlllard, Portland, Ind.; 
county supt. Randolph county, Ind., 1889- 
91; supt. of Portland schools, 1892: prin- 
cipal Winchester high school, Winchester, 
Ind. ; teacher. 

Bridges, Albert Fletcher, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

Collins, William Kendal, Lees Summit, Mo.; 
minister. 



Cunningham, George Albert, 1009 Upper First 
St., Evansville. Ind.; lawyer, rooms 214- 
215 Waverly Bldg. 

I met, William Albert, Bozeman, Mont.; law- 
yer. 

Koontz, H. T., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Marble, Mitchell Stewart, 110 N. West St., 
Angola. Ind.; A. B., 1883; A. M., 1887; D. 
D., 1897; minister. 

Osborne, David Wilson, Jamestown, Ind. 

Stuckey, M. Mart, Newport, Ark.; county 
and probate Jud^e, three terms; Capt. Co. 
F, znd Ark. Inftry., Spanish -American 
war; lawyer. 

1875 

Barnett, George Washington. Casey, 111. 

Campbell, Eddy Morris, 1219 N. Delaware, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Keene, Thomas Beverly, First and. Main Ste., 
Cedar Falls. la.; dentist. 

McCutcheon, Andrew J., Evansville, Ind.; 
lawyer. 

Seward, Jones J., Erie, Pa. 

Springer, John W., 930 Washington Ave., 
Denver. Colo.; lawyer; president the Con- 
tinental Trust Co., Continental Bidg. 

1876 

Davis, Melvin Beswick, Beatrice. Neb. 

Downey, George Eddy, Aurora, Ind. 

Jolly, Blon, Hardinsburg, Ky. 

Leavell, Samuel Cornelius, Frankford, Mo. 

Neff, William Thome, Kansas City, Mo.; re- 
tired minister. 

Rhodes, Henry C, Paducah, Ky.. 534 Jef- 
ferson St.; furniture. 

Springer, James F., New Lebanon, Ind. 

Springer, Thomas .Benton, New Lebanon, 
Ind.; stock dealer. 

1877 

Ayres, Wilbur T?ndy. (^treencpslle. Ind.; in- 
structor in Latin, DePauw University. 

Bovard, George FInley, 801 W. Thirty-fourth 
St.. Los Angeles. Cal.; A. B., 1884; A. M., 
1887; D. D., 1896; president University of 
Southern California. 

Danks, Joseph C, Patoka. Ind. 

Emison, James Wade, 524 Broadway, Vin- 
cennee, Ind.; Del-auw I'niversity, A. B., 
1882; A. M., 1885; lawyer. 

Freeman, Perry J., 107 S. Twenty-flrst St., 
Richmond. Ind.; lawyer. Colonial Bldg. 

Longden, Aladine Cummings, 643 W. North 
St.. Galesburg. 111.; A. B., DePauw Uni- 
versity. 18X1; A. M.. 1884; PhD., Columbia 
I'nlverslty, 1900; professor of physics and 
chemistry State Normal School. Westfleld, 
Mass.; asst. In physics. I'niverslty of Chi- 
caj?o; instructor in physics, Univei"wity of 
Wisconsin; now professor of physics and 
astronomy, Knox College. 

Neff, Theodore Lee, 1361 E. Fifty-sixth St., 
Chicago. 111.; trans, to 111. Beta: grad. De- 
I»auw I'niverslty, 1883; instructor, irnl- 
verslty of Iowa; Ph.D.. University of Chi- 
cago, '96; now asst. professor of French, 
University of Chicago. 

Patrick, Daniel Hay, Carml. 111. 

Prultt. Andrew James, 4907 Kenmore Ave,, 
Chlcaj^o. 111.: member of the territory leg- 
islature of Dakota. 1877-78; contractor and 
builder. 711, 145 La Salle St. 

Small, Albert Armstrong, Anderson, Ind.; 
took Kinnear-Monnet essay prize, '82; A. 
B.. DePauw I'niversity, '82; A. M., '85; 
first honors In ethics and psychology; pres- 
ident Oklahoma I'nion Traction Company. 

Smith, Robert John, Terre Haute. Ind.; coal 
mining. 



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Stroup, Everet Elmore, West Franklin St., 
Shelbyvllle. Ind.; lawyer. 

Taylor, William Irven, Whitetown. Ind. 

Thompson, Charles, Indianapolis, Ind.; law- 
yer. Arm of Carson & Thompson, 925 
Lemcke Bldg. 

1878 

Carlbert, Charles Frederick, Lindsborg, Kan.; 
vice-president and head professor of his- 
tory and economics, Bethany Colleere, 
since 1889. 

Cecil, Arthur Simpson, Selraa, Ind. 

Garrett, J. R., Leavenworth, Kan. 

Hagle, Cassius Lanson, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Lindley, James Frank, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Marsh, Edward Everett, Savannah, Ga. 

Mathlas, Wallace, Evansville, Ind. 

Peterson, Charles Frederick, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 

Posey, William Alfred, 3022 Macomb St., 
Washin^on, D. C; clerk, Indian office. 

Scarritt, Eugene WInthrop, East Orange, N. 
J.; DePauw University, A. B. and M. A.; 
author; bond dealer, 115 Broadway, New 
York City. 

Winchester, 8. W., Evansville, Ind. 



1879 

Beeson, Jesse Evan, 2762 Grant Ave., Ogden, 
Utah; head department of mathematics, 
Ogden high school, since 1906; fruit ranch- 
ing in Idaho. 

Cunningham, Thomas Oliver, 635 Washing- 
ton Blvd.. Kansas City, Kan.; grad. De- 
Pauw TTniversity, 1882; with Waggoner- 
Gate Milling Co.. Independence. Mo. 

Hendee, Edgar Eugene, 307 W. Twelfth St., 
Anderson. Ind.; state senator, 1902-6; law- 
ver 

McNefT, William Wilson, 373 N. First Ave., 
Phoenix, Ariz.; with New York Life Insur- 
ance Company. 

Modlsett, Calvin Fletcher, Atherton, Ind. 

Smith, Benjamin Lewis, Knightstown, Ind. 



1880 

Ferguson, Walter Scott, RockviUe, Ind.; 
lumber dealer. 

Funkhouser, John, Rockville, Ind. 

Lee, Marshall Gray, 622 Swan St., Terre 
Haute. Ind.; real estate, 225 Rose Dispen- 
sary Bldg. 

Matters, Harry William, Evansville. Ind. 

Michael, John Albert, Greencastle, Ind. 

Neff, George North, 1505 Genesee St.. Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; DePauw University; pub- 
lisher Dailv Drovers Telegram. 

Payne, Frank, 144 W. Forty-third St., New 
York City, N. T. 

Payne, George Murphy, Wabash, Ind. 

Westlake, J. F^ Sitka, Alaska. 

Wilson, Frank P., Wabash. Ind. 



1881 

Carpenter, James F., Garrett, Ind. 

Davis, Josephus Collett, Terre Haute, Ind.; 

Doss, Azarlah Loralne, Hardy. Ark. 

Ferguson, William E., Rockville, Ind.; lum- 
ber dealer. 

Hanawalt, Francis Wayiand, Tacoma, Wash. 

Hannah. Wiillam Scott, Kansas City. Mo.; 
care Hanna Brownson Realty Company. 

Watson, James Eli, The Portland, Washing- 
ton. D. C; lawyer. 



1882 

Boyd, Jackson, Greencastle, Ind.; state leg* 
islature. 1903-05; author of philosophical 
work, 1904; lawyer. 

Cameron, Clifton Rogers, 312 Indiana Trust 
Bldg.. Indianapolis, Ind.; lawyer. 

Emison, John W., Vincennes, Ind.; postmas- 
ter since 1905. 

Fuller, Charles Grant, Bicknell. Ind.; retail 
dealer shoes and men's furnishings, care 
Fuller Bros. 

Graves, James Edward, 518 Herkimer St., 
Pasadena Cal 

Hough, William' Alfred, 607 W. Main St., 
Greenfield. Ind.; lawyer, 3 and 4 Masonic 
Temple. 

Mayer, Edwin P., Greenfield, Ind. 

Phlilips, Maxwell Gaddls, 11 Brasos Flats, 
El Paso, Tex.; grad. DePauw University, 
'85; served in Spanish -American war; in- 
spector-general Spanish- American War 
vets.; taught first American school in 
Philippines; U. S. inspector immigration, 
immigration ofHce, BU Paso. 

Thayer, Edwin Pope, Golden, Colo.; School 
of Mines. 

Warrum, Noble, 1366 E. South Temple, Salt 
Lake City. I^tah; plantation manager, with 
I'tah-Mexican Ruober Co. 

Zaring, William Clarence, 2304 College Ave., 
Indianapolis. Ind.; president A. P. Hen- 
drickeon Hat Co., 127-129 S. Meridian St. 



1883 

Baker, George Bramwell, Crafts Road. 
Brookline. Mass.; grad. DePauw Univer- 
sity; banking. Baker, Ayling & Co., 50 
Congress St., Boston. 

Bitner, Daniel Haney, Warren, Pa.; eastern 
representative of Clark L. Poole & Co., 
bankers, Chicago, 111. 

Carson, Erasmus Thomas, ShelbsrviUe. Ind.; 
field examiner. State Board of Accounts. 

l-laymond, Thomas Wright, Riverside, Cal.; 
ranching. 

l-lough, Clarence A., 127 S. East Ave., Oak 
Park, 111.; president Chicago Photogravure 
Co.. 118 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

Insiev, Edward, 2808 P St., Sacramento, 
Cal.; newspaper reporter, correspondent, 
editor and writer; managing editor Sac- 
ramento Union. 

Neff, Charles H., 432 W. Seventh St., An- 
derson, Ind. 

Neff, Waiter Prescott, 3552 Broadway. Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; managing editor Drovers 
Telegram, 1505 Genesee St. 

Riley, James Whitcomb, Indianapolis, Ind. 



1884 

Axtell, William Henry, 413 Maple St., Bel- 
lingham. Wash.; grad. DePauw University, 
1889; Medical College of Ohio, 1891; sur- 
geon. Exchange Block. 

Calkins, Carroll, care D. D. Calkins, 1110 N. 
Ninth St., Tacoma, Wash. 

Farr, Charles Walker, 3922 N. Forty-second 
Ct., Chicago. 111.; teacher; aest. county 
superintendent. Cook county, 546 Court 
House. 

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, Tucs^on, Ariz.; 
director botanical research,, Carnegie In- 
stitution, Washington. 

Mcintosh, Charles Kenneth, San Francisco, 
Cal.; vice-president San Francisco Na. 
tlonal Bank. 

Nixon, Henry Victor, Newport, Ind.; bank 
ciishier. 



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ReynoidSf Charles Lawrence, Williamsburg, 
Ind. 

Runcie, John W., Princeton. Ind.? 

Spencer, Charles C, Monticello. Ind.; city 
attorney 1893-98; lawyer; land owner; vice- 
president and director State Bank of 
Monticello. 

1886 

Ballard, Emerson Etherldge, 1007 W. Wa- 
bash Ave., Crawfordsville, Ind.; grad. De- 
Pauw University, 1885, A. B.; A. M., 1888; 
law book editor and public lecturer. 

Cassell, John M., 930 W. Sixth St.. Anderson, 
Ind.; drugs, pianos and phonographs, 810 
Main St. 

Goodrich, James Putman, Winchester, Ind.; 
lawyer; president Peoples I^an & Trust 
Co.; receiver Chicago. Cincinnati & Louis- 
ville R. R. 

Jacques, Edward Gordon, Warsaw. Ind. 

Kirkman, Roscoe Everett, 300 Pearl St., 
Richmond. Ind.; Ph.B., DePauw University, 
1888; A. M.. 1891: prosecuting attorney. 
Seventeenth Judicial circuit, Indiana. 1904- 
08; member house. Indiana general as- 
sembly, 1901-05; member senate. Indiana 
general assembly. 1906-1911; lawyer. 

Lesh, Llewellyn Boyd, 4558 Prairie Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; president Lesh & Matthews 
I>umber Co.. 1649 Marquette Bldg. 

Olwin, Harry, Jucksonville, 111. 

Reaville, David Allen, Rock Springs. Wyo. 

1886 

Cassell, Edward S., 810 Main St.. Anderson, 
Ind.; drugs, pianos and phonographs. 

Cleveland, Frederick Albert, 301 W. 110th 
St, New York City; head of bureau of 
municipal research. 

FIske, Wilbur Adrian, 495 Cypress Ave., 
Pasadena. Cal.; grad. DePauw University, 
1889; supt. schools. Owensville, Ind., 1889- 
91; professor of geology and mineralogy. 
Occidental College. Los Angeles. Cal. 

Miller, John Wesley, 805 Oak St.. Quincy, 
111 ' clersrvixiari 

Neff,' Wilbur Grant, 1827 Franklin Ave.. Co- 
lumbus, Ohio; real estate; treasurer the 
Ickes-Lane-Neff Co., 401 The Hayden 
Bldg. 

Vermillion, Jesse Louis, 234 W. Twelfth St., 
Anderson, Ind.; president Anderson Bank- 
ing Co.; president Farmers & Merchants 
Bank. Summitville, Ind.; director Ander- 
oon Trust Co.; treasurer Anderson Loan 
Association; vice-president Dwigglns Wire 
Fence Co., Anderson, Ind. 

Warrum, Henry, 2612 N. Meridian St., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; lawyer, 808 State Life 
Bldg. 

Zaring, Elbert Robb, Madisonville. Ohio; 
minister; asat. editor Western Christian 
Advocate, 222 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati. 



speaker, House of Representatives, Indi- 
ana, lawyer. 

McQrlfT, Edwin Guy. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Rudy, Fred Tipton, Lacygne, Kan. 

Walker, Guy Morrison, 301 W. loeth St., 
New York City; grad. DePauw University. 
A. B., 1890; A. M., 1893; LL. B., 1891; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1891; author; expert on Chi- 
nese matters; lawyer, 15 Wall St. 

1888 

Austin, Harry H., Silver Hills, New Albany, 
Ind.; Capt. 2nd U. S. Vol. Cav., Spanish- 
American war. 

Beard, Frank Morton, 607 S. Washington St., 
Marion, Ind.; grad. DePauw University, 
92; supt. Hartford City, Ind., public schools, 
'94-1900; life insurance, general agent for 
north central Indiana of Equitable Life of 
Iowa. 

Fitch, Howard A., Kansas City. Mo.; with 
Kansas City Structural Iron Works. 

Hodell, Charles Wesley, 318 Forest Road, 
Roland Park, Baltimore. Md.; Ph.D.. Cor- 
nell University, '94; professor of English. 
Shadyside Academy. Pittsburg; professor 
of English, Woman's College, Baltimore; 
lecturer and magazine writer. 

Metts, John W., R. F. D., No. 2, Ossian. Ind.; 
farmer. 

Murlln, Lemuel Herbert, Baldwin, Kan.; 
president Baker University. 

Wright, Nathaniel Curwin, Union Club, 
Cleveland, or Toledo Club, Toledo, Ohio; 
newspaper reporter, correspondent, mana- 
ger; editorial manager Toledo Blade; 
president and editor Cleveland Leader. 

1889 

Crawford, Charles Earnest, 2706 N. Pennsyl- 
vania St., Indianapolis, Ind.; editorial 
staff. Indianapolis News. 

Dougan, Zim E., Danville. Ind.; lawyer. 

Downey, Julian Bryan, Silver City, New 
Mexico; owner electric light company. 

Ervin, Walter Evan, 303 S. Bloomington, 
Streator, III.; principal Streator township 
high school. 

Fitch, Fred Henry, 2917 Forest Ave., Kan- 
sas City. Mo.; treasurer Kansas City Struc- 
tural Steel Co., Orear-Leslie Bldg. 

Porter, Edgar 8., 3336 W. Madison St.. Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Ruffner, Ernest Lewis, Iliola, Pansy, Philip- 
pine Islands. 

Stewart, Oscar Milton, 807 Virginia, Colum- 
bia, Mo.; Ph.D., Cornell, 1897; professor 
physics and chemistry. Baker University. 
1892-4; fellow Cornell University, 1896-6; 
assistant and instructor, Cornell Univers- 
ity, 1896-01; professor of physics. Uni- 
versity of Missouri. 

Watson, Charles LIndsey, Winchester, Ind. 



1887 

Brldoe, Ulysses S. A., 133 W. Main, Peru, 
Ind. ; minister. 

Hester, Frank Orvlile, 611 N. New Jersey, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; teacher, manual train- 
ing school. 

HouU, Charles Alfred, St. I^uis, Mo.; Third 
National Bank Bldg. 

Hunt. Charles Douglas, 328 W. Washington, 
Sullivan, Ind.; city clerk, 1890-2; prosecut- 
ing attorney, 1894-8; city attorney, 1908-9; 
lawyer. National Bank Bldg. 

Littleton, Frank L., 119 E. Michigan St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; grad. DePauw Univers- 
ity, 1891; general counsel Big Four R. R.; 



1890 

Emmert, Edward John, Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

Hill, George Edward, Richmond. Ind. 

lies, Orlando B., 1911 N. Delaware St.. In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; manager International 
Machine Tool Co. 

MIddleton, Henry Marshall, Door Village, 
Ind.; minister; pastor of Door Village 
Church, La Porte. Ind.. R. F. D.. No. 7. 

Seamans, Raymond L., 213 E. Rush St., 
KendallviUe, Ind.; minister, Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Sumwalt, Joseph Albert, 1508 North A. St., 
Elwood. Ind.; pastor of the First Methodist 
p:piscopal Church. 



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1891 

Aber, Max Dallas, 429 Grover St., Warrens- 
burs, Mo.; lawyer. 

Canse, John Martin, 4138 Brooklyn Ave., 
Seattle, Wash.; grad. DePauw University, 
1899; pastor University Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. 

Downey, Charles Julian, 645 Marion St., 
Denver. Colo.; editor the Daily Minin^r 
Record. 

Gilbert, Paul J., 228 Fourteenth Ave., &, 
Duluth, Minn.; soloist with Torrey and 
Alexander in ETngllsh campaigns; soloist 
with Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, 1907-08; 
author; asst. pastor First Presbyterian 
Church. 

Marlatt, Walter Thomas, 604 Exchange St, 
Kenosha. Wis.; grad. DePauw University, 
1906; asst. head master University School. 
Kenosha, 1906-7; editor Kenosha Evening 
News. 

Reeve, Frederick Etiwin, 315 S. State St., 
Kendallviile. Ind.; DePauw University; A. 
B., University of Chicago, 1898; editor and 
manager Kendallviile Dally Sun. 

Smith, Estel Otis, 2234 Highland Ave.. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio; chair of genito-urinary dis- 
eases at the medical department of the 
University of Cincinnati; surgeon, 19 W. 
Seventh St. 

Trippeer, Allen Q., Peru. Ind. 

Upson, Henry Tabor, 576 Potomac St., Buf- 
falo. N. Y.; president Pease Oil Co., 65 
Main St. 

1892 

Kelly, Clarence Clay, 906 W. Fifth St, Se- 
dalla. Mo.; city attorney. Sedalia. Mo., 
1898-1900; prosecuting attorney, Pettis 
county. Mo., 1900-1904; lawyer, Sedalia 
Trust Bldg. 

Kelly, George H., Kansas City, Mo.; care 
Kelly, Brewster & Bucholz. 

Marquis, Jr., Emanuel, Indianapolis. Ind. 

Norton, Ralph C, Winona Lake, Ind. 

1893 

Dickey, Alfred Emil, 3305 Calhoun Blvd., 
Minneapolis. Minn.; lawyer, Indianapolis, 
1896-1903; editor Forum, 1899-1901; vice- 
president and counsel. Wells & Dickey Co., 
Security .Bank Bldg. 

Hayden, Frank, 760 Adams Ave., Memphis, 
Tenn.; land inspector, financial depart- 
ment. Union Central Life Insurance Co. 

Heeb, Jesse Roland, 409 Elmhurst Ave., Val- 
paraiso, Ind.; manufacturer and publisher 
of educational .specialties; department man- 
ager Home Herald Co. 

Patterson, Albert, Flint, Mich. 

Phlpps, Joseph Gardner, 1309 Sixteenth St.. 
Bedford, Ind.; president Y. M. C. A., Pur- 
due University, 1893; grad. DePauw Uni- 
versity. 1897; building stone; supt. Mill, 
Peri-y-Matthews-Busklrk Stone Co. 

Robbins, Chandler Prather, care surgeon- 
general. U. S. army, Washington, D. C; 
M. D. Hospital College of Medicine, Louis- 
ville, Ky.; acting asst. surgeon, U. S. A., 
1899 and 1900; nrst It. asst. surgeon, U. 
S. A., 1900; capt. asst. surgeon, 1905; ma- 
jor medical corps, 1909. 

1894 

Davis, Charles Strout, 330 E. Washington 
St.. Muncle. Ind.; DePauw University; A. 
B., Harvard College, 1899; secretary and 
treasurer Glascock Bros. Mfg. Co. 

Hulley, Ernest Neal, 323 Monroe St., Allegan, 
Mich.; manufacturing furniture. 



Lockwood, George Browning, 122 N. Wash- 
ington St.. Marion. Ind.; ferad. DePauw 
University, 1894; editor Terre Haute EJve- 
ning Tribune; secretary to Congressman 
Geo, W. Steele; secretary Governor Dur- 
bin. of Indiana; aest. general manager Wi* 
nona Assembly; secretary Vice-President 
C. W. Fairbanks; now publisher Evening 
Chronicle. Marion. 

Lockwood, William West, Shanghai. China; 
grad. DePauw University, 1898; teacher of 
Latin. Muncle and Peru, Ind.; asst. secre- 
tary Y. M. C. A., Omaha, Neb.; interna- 
tional secretary Y. M. C. A.. Shanghai. 

Metts, Charles Horatio, 403 Riverside Ave., 
Muncle. Ind.; care circulation department, 
Muncle Star. 

Mountz, Howard W., Garrett, Ind.; grad. De- 
Pauw University, 1894; lawyer. 

Murray, Harry L., Charleston. 111. 

Owen, Richard Dale, 1118 Church St., New 
Harmony. Ind.; cashier New Harmony 
Banking Co. 

Poucher, William Thompson, Tekamah, Neb.; 
farmer. 

Quick, Charles Albert. 710 Grant St., Dan- 
ville. 111.; t^rin'clpal Bateetown schools; 
principal Westville schools; principal and 
superintendent of Oaklawn schools. 

Stewart, George Walter, Iowa City, la.; A. 
B.. DePauw University, '98; Ph.D.. Cornell. 
'01; instructor physics. Cornell. 1899-1903; 
asst. professor, University of North Da- 
kota. '03 -'04; professor. '04-09; professor 
of physios. State University of Iowa. 

Talley, Homer Beeson, 521 N. 6^ St.. Terre 
Haute, Ind.; grad. DePauw- ITniversity, 
1898, A. B.; president Coal Bluff Mining 
Co. 

1896 

Beckman, Charles Oscar, Park Rapids, Minn. 

Blake, Edward Morgan, Steamboat Springs, 
Colo.; merchant. 

Cook, Erwin Nicholas, Warsaw, Ind. 

Crooks, Charles Walter, Washington. D. C; 
with Anti-Saloon League of America. 

Neely, Fred Moore, Independence, Kan.; 
gas and oil business. 

Norris, Isaac Edward, Lock Box 855, Green- 
castle. Ind.; grad. DePauw University Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts. 1900; taught science 
in Hartford City, Ind., high school. 1900- 
05; professor of piano and theory in De- 
Pauw University school of music. 

Rose, Robert Hugh, 404 W. 145th St., New 
York City. N. Y.; physician. 

Smith, Charles Chrisfleld, Lyndon, Kan. 

Tucker, John Paul, Greencastle, Ind.; 
farmer. 

Walker, Orin De Motte, 3202 N. New Jersey 
St., Indianapolis. Ind.; grad. DePauw Uni- 
versity; law. Washington University; asst. 
editor Shield; manager the Bankers Surety 
Co. 

Watts, Claude Samuel, 35 Wyatt Bldg., 
Washington, D. C. 

Webster, John Wesley, 602 N. Robinson St., 
Danville, 111.; grad. DePauw. 1898; admit- 
ted to bar, 1901; secretary Fidelity Invest- 
ment and Building Association. 

1896 

Elliott, Earl C, 320 W. Monroe St.. Kokomo, 
Ind.; cashier Kokomo Water Works Co. 

Fisher, Ferd Elliott, Indianapolis, Ind.; grad. 
DePauw University. 1900; Stanford. 1901; 
newspaper man; care Star. 

Helm, Nathan Wilbur, Flsk Hall, Evanston, 
111.; B. A., DePauw University; M. A., 
DePauw and Princeton Universities; tutor 
in Latin, DePauw; professor of Latin, Pen- 



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nlngton Seminary; instructor in Latin. 
Princeton University; instructor in Latin 
in the Phillips Exeter Academy; lecturer 
on classical and literary subjects; prin- 
cipal Academy of Northwestern University. 

Herrick, William Vernon, 4138 Broolclyn Ave., 
Seattle, Wash. 

McNeill, George William, 108 W. Seminary, 
Danville. 111.; secretary and treasurer Dan- 
ville Wholesale Grocery Co. 

Miller, Harry Lubrick, Peru. Ind. 

Royse, Clarence Dlile, '624 Kansas City St.. 
Rapid City, S. D.; minister, district super- 
intendent M. E. Church. 

Sllfer, Geordie, Greenfield. Ind. 

Stoner, Walter B., 316 E. North St., In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; grad. DePauw TTniversity, 
1900; special agent Aetna Fire Insurance 
Co. 

Thompaon, William H., 409 E. Twentieth 
St., Indianapolis, Ind.; asst. attorney gen- 
eral, room 19 State House. 

Wililame, William W., New York City; care 
New York World. 



1897 

Jonea, Lester Foray the, 618 N. Meridian St., 
Lebanon, Ind.; treasurer of Campbell, 
Smith Ritchie Co. 

Kohl, Fred William, 5143 Calumet Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; commission merchant, 746 Jack- 
son Blvd. 

Matthews, John Edwin, Parma, Mo.; treas- 
urer the Parma Manufacturing Co. 

McCown, Chester Charlton, Reynolds, 111.; 
trans, to 111. Alpha; grad. Grand Prairie 
Seminary; Illinois Wesleyan University; 
DePauw University; B. A.. Garrett Bible 
Institute; principal American Methodist 
Institution, Calcutta, India; Heidelberg 
I'niversity; Berlin University; now pastor 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Neely, Mliton Lockwood, 126 S. Metcalf St., 
IJma, Ohio; trans, to Ind. Delta; manager, 
Ohio Properties "Indiana Lighting Com- 
pany." 

Nixon, Burnett Roy, Newport, Ind. 

Offutt, Samuel Jy Greenfield. Ind.; lawyer, 
member firm of Offutt & Richman. 



1898 

Billings, Bliss Waahington, Pyeng Yang, 
Korea. 

Poucher, George Edward, Rochester, Pa.; 
asst. in physics. University of Maine, 
1901-2; structural engineer, engr. drawing 
room No. 6, Ambrldge Plant, American 
Bridge Co.. Ambrldge, Pa. 

Town, Samuel Lockwood, South Bend, Ind.; 
care Folding Paper Box Company. 

1899 

Cavin, Will A., Sturgis, Mich.; grad. De- 
Pauw. University, 1903; building contrac- 
tor, lumber yard. 

Ingels, Bert Dee, Vallejo, Cal.; trans, to 
111. Delta; chemist. Porta Costa Milling 
Co. 

McCarty, Lester Rex, 823 Courtland Ave., 
N., Kokomo. Ind.; teacher in Salem, Ind., 
High School; instructor in science. 

Snow, Thad, R. F. D., No. 3. Greenfield, 
Ind. ; farmer. 

Steplienson, Arthur Turley, Hebron, 111.; 
minister; trans, to 111. Alpha. 

Sullivan, Charles Edmond, 2858 Senate Ave.. 
N.. Indianapolis, Ind.; auditor Merchants 
National Bank. 



Tennant, Maurice Emerson, 2047 Park Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; grad. DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1902; LL.B., Harvard University, 
1906; lawyer, firm of John G. Williams & 
D. P. Williams, 405 Indiana Trust Bldg. 

Vance, Carl Nye, Noblesville, Ind.; DePauw 
University, B. A., 1902; educational mis- 
sionary, under Missionary Society of M. E. 
Church; director of the Tarma English 
Academy, Tarma, Peru, South America. 

1900 

Beckman, Henry Ray, 5627 Indiana Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; newspaper reporter. 

Haines, John Stretch, 812 S. Wash., Marion, 
Ind.; teller, Marion State Bank. 

Kimberlin, Robert O'Brien, Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

McCole, George l^aicolm, 120 E. Clinton St.. 
Noblesville, Ind.; medical student. 

l^cKinstray, Homer Rowland, Y. M. C. A., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; physician, WiUoughby 
Bldg. 

Metts, Fred, Greer Hotel, South Omaha, 
Neb.; general secretary, Y. M. C. A. 

O' Daniel, Edgar Von, Parma, Mo.; grad. 
DePauw University, 1904; president. The 
Parma Mfg. Co. 

O'HaIr, Neely C, Greencastle, Ind.; mer- 
chant. 

Post, Arthur Edwin, 606 W. 113th St., New 
York City; grad. Ph.B., DePauw Univ., 
1904; with Bureau of Municipal Research,* 
261 Broadway. 

Steeg, Louis Alfred, Toledo, Ohio; care Bell 
Telephone Co., 1040 Nicholas Bldg. 

Van Riper, Guernsey, 2420 Ashland Ave., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; city editor, Indianapolis 
Star. 

1901 

Qwinn, Ralph Waldo, No. 2 St. Nicholas 
Place, New York City; LL.B., Columbia 
University; lawyer, 15 William St. 

Holmes, Waiter C, 228 E. High St., Port- 
land, Ind.; grad. DePauw University, B. S., 
1904; grain business. 

Osborn, Arthur E., Marion, Ind.; traveling 
salesman. 

Shaw, Harris Fitch, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; 
grad. DePauw University, 1905; assistant 
postmaster, Lawrenceburg. 

Towne, Lockwood Janes, 1634 Chicago Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; A. B.. DePauw ' University, 
1905; C. K, Mass. Institute Technology, 
1909; instructor in physics. Oak Park High 
School, Chicago, 1906-7; tutor in mathe- 
matics and physics, DePauw University, 
1905' civil engineer. 

Wilkinson, Glenn Anderson, 1004 S. Adams 
St., Marion, Ind.; secy. & treas. Parma 
Heading Co., Parma, Mo.; secy. & treas. 
Kinnle-Wilkinson Lumber Co., Burke, S. 
D.; mayor of Burke. S. D.. 2 years; asst. 
manager, Spencer Table Co. 

1902 

Fisher, Benjamin Franklin, Loudonville, O.; 
president The Ohio Grease Lubricant Co. 

Free, Herman H., Anderson. Ind. 

Henry, Lewis, Anderson, Ind. 

Lockwood, Arthur Sullivan, Omaha, Neb.; 
representative in South Dakota of Carpen- 
ter Paper Co., 9th & Harvey Sts., Omaha. 

Lockwood, Charles Walte, 607 W. 3rd St., 
Marlon, Ind.; telegraph editor, Marlon 
News-Tribune. 

iVIIIIer, Walter L., Peru, Ind. 

Shaw, Edward Rous, Indianapolis. Ind.; 
bookkeeper, Columbia National Bank. 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY. 



147 



Small, George, Anderson, Ind. 

Sutherlin, Harold Emmett, Indianapolis, 

Ind.; care Enterprise Foundry & Machine 

Company. 
Tatley, Walter Weidin, 454 N. 7th St., Terre 

Haute, Ind.; grad. DePauw University, 

1906; coal business. 
Woodring, Ross, Peru, Ind. 

1903 

Black, George Edwin, 609 S. Locust St., 
GreencAstle, Ind.; city clerk, Greencastle, 
Ind., six years; newspaper reporter. 

Chaffee, Herbert Watson, 205 E. Adams Ave., 
Temple. Texas; physlcial director, T. M. 
C. A. 

Derate, Louis Thomas, 816 W. 8th St.. An< 
derson, Ind.; heating: & electrical contrac- 
tor; with Powell & Dorste Co. 

Jorgensen, Arthur, 740 Langdon St., Mad- 
ison, Wis.; trans, to Neb. Alpha; general 
secy. Y. M. C. A.; University of Wisconsin. 

Max, Cecil Alvlere, 900 S. Walnut Ave., Mun- 
cle, Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; druggist, 
Max & Cough. 

Polklnhorn, William Oliver, 1000 9th St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C; DePauw Uni- 
versity, 1907; Journalist. 

Shirley, Richard A., 421 E. Pratt St.. In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; A. B., DePauw University. 
1907; secy.-treas. of W. H. Johnson & Son 
Company. 

1904 

Carter, James Charles, 29 N. West St., 

ShelbyvIUe, Ind.; grrad. DePauw University, 

1909. 
CofRn, Charles Watson, 520 Whites Ave.. 

Marion, Ind.; traveling salesman, D. C. 

Heath & Co., 305 Traction Terminal Bldg., 

Indianapolis. 
Swain, Edwin Orlando, Anthony Place, Mun- 

cie, Ind.; night supt. Ball Bros. Glass Mfg. 

Co. 

1906 

Boardman, Julian Lucius, 640 W. Monroe 

St.. Springfield, HI.; farming. 
Elliott, Donald F., 705 N. Washington St., 

Kokomo, Ind. 
Hollapeter, Samuel Lynch, 32 N. Fisher, 

Wabash, Ind. 
Landers, Howe Stone, 183 N. Jefferson St., 

Martinsville. Ind.; admitted to bar, 1908; 

lawyer, 1007-8 Odd Fellow Bldg., Indian- 
apolis. 
Lockwood, Edward Harrison, Ridgeview, 

Peru, Ind.; grrad. DePauw Univ., 1909. 
McBeth, Reid Sayers, 1905 N. 8th St., Terre 

Haute, Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; grad. 

Purdue, 1909; farmer. 
PIttenger, Walter Earl, Alexandria, Ind.; 

grad. DePauw University, 1909, A. B.; min- 
ister. 
Tukey, Walter Bradlee, 1009 Spencer Ave., 

Marlon, Ind.; musical promoter. 
Whitcomb, David Hays, 87 W. Mechanic St., 

Shelby ville, Ind.; with Davis- Birely Table 

Company. 



1906 

Allen, Russel Hall, 14 S. Elliott Place, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Instructor Baker Univer- 
sity, Baldwin, Kans., 1907; Heidelberg and 
Munich Unlvs., 1908; instructor Brooklyn 
Poly. Prep. School, 99 Livingston St. 

Blumberg, Benjamin, 328 S. 5th St., Terre 
Haute. Ind. 

Crick, Charles Warner, 423 W. Walnut, Ko- 
komo, Ind. 

Life, Orus Francis. Palrmount, Ind. 

O'HaIr, Fred Lockridge, 209 E. Seminary, 
Greencastle Ind 

Ward, Jr., Wllbert, 304 N. Main St., South 
Bend, Ind. 

1907 

Clark, Donald Lemen, 210 S. Indiana St., 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Emison, John Clinton, 521 N. 5th St., Vin- 
cennes, Ind. 

Lucas, Frank Potter, Spokane, Wash., with 
Exchange Natl. Bank. 

Nicholson, Raymond Beckes, 612 Broadway, 
Vincennes, Ind. 

Randle, Foster Stookey, 731 W. Prairie Ave., 
Decatur, 111. 

Seller, Wilbur Western, Jackson St., Green- 
castle, Ind. 

Snyder, Leroy Edwin, 2428 Park Ave., In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; secretary Board of Park 
Commissioners, 211-212 Saks Bldg. 

1908 

Boyle, Cecil Wayne, Shoals, Ind. 

Gllilland, Robert Verne, 320 W. Central Ave., 
Bluflfton, Ind. 

Guthridge, Earl Mulr, Shoals. Ind. 

Huff, Wlllard Louis, 166 W. Maple St., Wa- 
bash, Ind. 

Tennant, Lucien Donnohue, 824 S. 5th St., 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

Toner, Earl Spencer, Indianapolis, Ind.; with 
Bradstreet Company. 

Weaver, John Walter, 904 S. College Ave., 
Greencastle, Ind. 

1909 

Allison, Theodore Mason, Peterson, Iowa. 
Blllingsley. Allen Loren, 37 St. Marys St., 

Shelbyvllle, Ind. 
Emison, Ewing Rabb, Broadway St., Vin- 
cennes, Ind. 
Gwinn, Fred Harvey, Noblesvllle, Ind. 
Lenfesty, Nathan C, 625 W. Fourth St.. 

Marion, Ind. 
Miller, Russell Harrop, South Bend, Ind.; 

752 Cottage Grove. 
PIttlnger, Arthur C, Greencastle, Ind. 
Powell, Fred Arthur, 1435 S. 4th St., Terre 

Haute, Ind. 
Sheperd, Dwight Harrison, 429 N. 3rd St., 

Vincennes, Ind. 
Walker, Merle Royse, 301 W. 106th St., New 

York City. 



INDIANA BETA. 



INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. 
Bl.OOMINGTON. INDIANA. 

FOUNDED MAY 15, 1869, BY H. C. ALLKN, 8. D. «AYER8, C. L. 
HENRY, BAYABD PIEBCE, W. J. YATES AND A. B. YOHN. 



1869 

Alford, Thomas Greene, 220 Waldron. West 
Lafayette, Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; pro- 
fessor of mathematics, Purdue University. 

Campbell, Matthew T., 500 Lane St., To- 
peka, Kan.; lawyer, 526 Kansas Ave. 

Eveleigh, Robert Edward, Bloomfield, Ind.; 
drugirist. 

Fitzgerald. Nathan Ward, 610 13th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Houghton, Waiter Raleigh, Connersville, 
Ind.; educational. 

Johns, Qeorge W., Fairfield, 111.; lawyer. 

McCord, Benjamin Freeland, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

McCord, Elam M., Martinsville, Ind. 

McCord, William E., Martinsville, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

McDonald, George Wllaon, 2439 Ashland Ave.. 
Indianapolis. Ind.; grad. Indiana State 
ITniversity. 1870 A. B., LL. B. 1873, A.M.; 
lawyer. 515 Law Bldg. 

Norton, Lester L., 1107 Park Ave.. Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; wholesale jewelry. 

PItner, John Lloyd, 4171 Woodlawn Ave., 
lA>s Angeles. Cal.; served in the 5th 111. 
Cav. during Civil War; grad. College of 
Liberal Arts. 1869; Law, Indiana University, 
1871; minister Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Ramsey, John A., 2307 Wash. Ave., Houston, 
Tex.; clergyman. 

Rowan, Stayior Lewis, Indianapolis. Ind. 

Ryman, George H,; address unknown. 

Sanders, George W., 134 Milwaukee Ave., De- 
troit, Mich.; insurance. 

Swayzee, James Watson, Tombstone, Ariz.; 
mining. 

Yeager, Henry A., cor. West and Walnut, 

.Brazil. Ind.; county supt. of schools, 1881- 

85; member Princeton School Board, four 

years; lawyer; county attorney; secretary 

City School Board. 

1870 

Cole, Edward W., Bloomington. 111.; mer- 
chant. 

Harwood, Samuel Ernest, Carbondale, 111.; 
supt. of schools. Spencer and Attica. Ind.; 
professor mathematics. Normal School; 
head of Department of Training. Normal 
School: president Southern Illinois Teach- 
ers' Association, 1909. 

Howe, Alfred R., Louisville, Ky. 



Jordan, James H., Martinsville, Ind.; justice 
Supreme Court of Indiana. 

Koons, George Henry, Wheeling Ave.. Muncie. 
Ind.; grad. Law Dept. Indiana State Uni- 
versity. 1871; teacher; judge of the Dela- 
ware Circuit Court. 1892-98; now lawyer. 
Room 4. The Anthony. 

McKnight, George W., Bloomington, Ind. 

1871 

Beck, James Kirkwood, 327 S. College Ave., 
Bloomington, Ind.; grad. Indiana State 
I'niversity, A. B. and A. M.; teacher for 
thirty years; now cashier Bloomington Na- 
tional Bank. 

Bettinger, Albert, 51S Walnut St., Cincin- 
nati. Ohio; lawyer. 

Fowler, Inman Henry, Spencer. Ind.; presi- 
dent Exchange Bank. 



1872 

Clark, Wesley Fletcher, Zionsville, Ind. 

Davis, Albert, 747 2l8t Ave.. N.. Seattle. 
Wash.; collector and adjuster. 

McLeod, W. J., Brown's Valley, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

Shields, Edgar, 416 E. Adams St., Muncie, 
Ind.; physician. 

Woodward, W. H., Washington, D. C; office 
of Secretary of the Interior, Washington. 

1873 

Burford, John Henry, 720 E. Cleveland^ Guth- 
rie, Okla.; prosecuting attorney 22nd Cir- 
cuit, Indiana, 1880; register U. B. Land Of- 
fice, Oklahoma City, 1890-92; associate jus- 
tice Supreme Court, Okla., 1892-96; chief 
justice Supreme Court, Okla.. 1898-1907; 
lawyer. 

Collins, Jeremiah, 2010 Wyoming Ave.. 
Washington, D. C; president. The Collins 
Land Company, CoUlns-Ouerry Bldg. 

Dorst, John William, 468 Central Park, West, 
New York City. N. T. 

HIggins, Bart S., I>ebanon. Ind.; lawyer. 

Humphreys, James H., Linton. Ind.; banker. 

Smith, Newton Broadus, 814 W. Mulberry St., 
Kokonie, Ind.; trans, to Va, Alpha; pros- 
ecuting attorney 36th Ind. Judicial District. 
1884-1885; delegate to National Democratic 



148 



INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. 



149 



(Gold) Convention at Indianapolis, 1896; 

law and insorance. 227 H N. Buckeye St. 
Stftvensorif Charles B., No. 6 McLean Place. 

Indianapolis. Ind.; real estate. Arm of 

Charlee P. Doney & Co. 
Talbott, William Nlliary, Orleans. Ind. 
Terhune, Thomas J.r Lebanon. Ind.; lawyer. 

1874 

Burton, John W., Salt Lake City. Utah; law- 
yer. 62 Commercial Block. 

Carpenter, Charles Thomas, 1S03 S. Walnut, 
Coifeyville. Kans.; vice-president, Condon 
National Bank. 

Gray, Allen, Evansvllle, Ind. 

Greeson, W. A., Alto, Ind. 

Lowe, John R., 320 E. 4th St., Newton. 
Kans.; g^rad. Md. Dental Collesre, 1881; 
dentist. Lehman Block. 

Lowe, Simpson B., Bedford, Ind.; lawyer. 

Poindexter, Early Whltten, 409-11 Husted 
Bldg.. Kansas City, Kans.; general agent, 
Kansas, for Northwestern Mutual Life In- 
surance Company of Milwaukee. 

Talbott, J. J., New Albany, Ind. 

Taylor, William Lamborn, Indianapolis, Ind.; 

Williams', James R., Carmi, 111.; ex-Con- 
gressman ; lawyer. 

Young, Jacob Brown, 130 Andrews Place. 
West Lafayette, Ind.; physician and sur- 



geon. 



1876 



Albertson, Charles H., Rockford, 111. 

Beck, William Lister, Sellersburg. Ind.; edu- 
cational. 

Danick, Homer S., LaCrosse, Wis. 

Fischer, John Joseph, Monroe. Wis.; farmer. 

Frazer, Edwin Haupt, 100 Angler St., At- 
lanta, Ga.; lawyer. 

Gill, Thomas Henry, 623 Williamson St., 
Madison, Wis.; merchant. 

Harris, Charles, 205 E. 102nd St.. Cleveland, 
Ohio; professor of German, Western Re- 
serve University. 

Hooker, Culver E., Waupun, Wis.; trans, 
to Wis. Alpha; member of Wisconsin As- 
sembly, 1886-7; member of County Board 
Dodge County, 25 years; mayor of Waupun, 
Wis ' la^vvei* 

Howe, Alfred G., Bloomington. Ind.; farmer. 

Jennings, Charles Edward, 524 Broadway, 
Paducah, Ky.; real estate and Insurance 
business. 

Meyer, Jr., Richard, Lancaster, Wis.; banker. 

Ritchie, Albert Samuel, Racine, Wis.; law- 
yer. 

Thompson, Robert Thomas, Seneca, Kans.; 
lawyer. 

Watson, George Douglas, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Williams, John Madison, Owensvllle, Ind.; 
physician. 

1876 

Baker, Francis E., Goshen, Ind. 

Blair, William Theodore, 320 W. Kirkwood 
Ave., Bloomington. Ind.; auditor of Monroe 
County, Ind., 1888-1892; secy, of Bloom- 
ington Cut Stone Company. 

Burke, Matthew F., Washington, Ind.; 
banker 

Durborrow, William B., Williamsport, Ind.; 
grad. Indiana State University. 1876; law- 
yer. 

Grau,* Harry, 294 S. Grand Ave., Pasadena, 
Cal.; president California Farmland Com- 
pany. Los Angeles, Cal. • ^ ^ 

KIrkpatrIck, William, Sellersburg, Ind.; edu- 
cational. ^ 

Metzler, John A,, Dallas, Ore.; lawyer. 



Vandament, David Lafayette, 415 Depot St., 
Oreencastle, Ind.; clergyman; editor Chris- 
tian l^nion Messenger. 



1877 

Adams, William H., 431 S. Col. Ave., Bloom- 
ington, Ind.; president Bloomington Na- 
tional Bank; general manager Monroe 
County Stone Company. 

Durborrow, Clarence Edward, 1544 W. 
Adams St.. Chicago, ni.; salesman. 

HIckam, Willis, Spencer. Ind.; lawyer. 

Orahood, Calvin C, Camden. Ind.; insurance. 

Powers, John Lewis, R. F. D. No. 9, Muncie, 
Ind.; farming. 

Robinson, Woodfln D., Princeton. Ind.: trans, 
to Va. Alpha; Judge Indiana Appellate 
Court. 

Woods, Robert Archer, 226 E. Broadway, 
Princeton. Ind.; grad. Indiana University, 
B. S.. 1881; student Lelpslc University, 
1885-6; general insurance business. 



1878 

Carr, John Price, Fowler, Ind.; printer. 

Hert, Klah Owen, 5910 South Park Ave.. 
Chicago, 111.; timber reservation auditor, 
American Creosoting Company. Columbia 
Creosoting Co., Indiana Creosoting Co., 355- 
Dearborn St. 

Smith, Samuel Edwin, Richmond, Ind.; phy- 
sician, Elasthaven Hospital. 

Vail, Benjamin, 110 E. Capitol St., Washing- 
ton, D. C; grad. Indiana University, 1878, 
A. B.; The Department Messenger, U. S. 
House of Representatives. 



•1879 

Amerson, William Woods, Albion, HI. 

Austin, Charles McLane, Muncie, Ind.; edu- 
cational. 

Burton, Frank Johnson, 3421 Fulton St., Chi- ' 
cago. 111.; ticket agent. Union Station. 
Canal and Adams Sts. 

Durborrow, Conrad Boyer, 1544 W. Adams 
St.. Chicago, 111.; merchant. 

Faris, Albert Vivian, Bloomington, Ind.; real 

Fetter, Frank Albert, Cornell Heights, Ith- 
aca. N. Y.; professor of Political Economy 
and Finance, Cornell University. 

Fleischer, George Philip, KendallvUle. Ind.; 
merchant. 

Harris, Herbert H., 1528 Steele St., Den- 
ver. Colo.; Investments. 

Smith, Fielding Henry, 320 W. 9th St.. Anr 
derson, Ind.; hardware proprietor, 1111 
Meridian St. 

Spangler, William Wesley, Auburn Junction, 
Ind.; Indiana University, A. B. & B. L.. in 
1880; A. M. in 1885; secretary of Board of 
Trustees and chief librarian of Indiana 
T'nlversity; retired farmer and European 
Tourist Director. 

1880 

Caldwell, John W., Seymour. Ind. 
Chilton, Joshua Crittenden, Denton. Texas. 
Mason, William Christopher, Rockport, Ind.; 

laundry business. 
Parker, J. W., 6731 Union Ave., Chicago, 

111 * merchant. 
Smith, Charles Horatio, Richmond, Ind.; 

educational. 
Wagner, Chapin, North Vernon, Ind. 



150 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATEBNITY. 



1881 

Bowser, Francis Edgar, Warsaw, Ind.; judgre 
Circuit Court, Kosciusko County, Ind, 

Burnet, Harry Bentley, 1864 N. Penna. St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; secy, and treas. Bumet- 
Lewls Lumber Co. 

Burnet, Percy Bentley, 1112 E. 14th St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; grad. Indiana University, 
1884; taught in Indiana Univ., Oberlln Col- 
lege, Univ. of Nebraska, Iowa College; 
director Foreign Languages, Manual Train- 
ing High School. 

Ewing, Samuel McQregor, 1039 Broderlck St., 
San Francisco, Cal.; Indiana University; 
admitted to Indiana bar; Journalist. San 
Francisco Examiner. 

Fitch, Edward Churchill, Chicago, 111.; law- 
yer, 822, 119 Monroe St. 

Fitch, Joel Churchill, Albion, 111.; lawyer. 

McCormIck, Wilson J., 150 W. Vermont, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; grad. Indiana l.'nlver- 
slty. 1886. A. B.; principal High School. 
Wolcottville, Ind., 1884; supt. Public 
Schools. New Harmony, Ind., 1886-88; 
traveling salesman, Indianapolis Chair & 
Furniture Co. 

Robinson, William C, 525 North Weber St., 
Colorado Springs, Colo.; Judge of the 
County Court and city attorney of Colorado 
Springs; now lawyer. Suite No. 2, Giddlngs 
Bldg. 

Terhune, W. D., Lebanon. Ind.; lawyer. 

Williams, Elmer Burgess, 339 Front St.. 
Memphis, Tenn. ; merchant. 



1882 

Buskirk, L. Van., Bloomlngton, Ind.; former 

mayor of Bloomlngton; former postmaster 
•of Bloomlngton; president First National 

Bank. 
Chappell, DeWItt Quinton, 731 Adams Ave., 

EN-ansvllle, Ind.; lawyer, 329-331 Sycamore 

St. 
Foster, Chester Cecil, Altadena, Cal.; broker, 

21 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena. 
Walling, Charles W., Knightstown. Ind,; 

merchant. 

1883 

Anderson, John Marion, Grand View, Ind. 
Hooper, Cyrus Lauron, Park Ridge, 111.; 

teacher of English, Murray F. Tuley High 

School, Chicago. 
Prltchett, George 8., EvansvlUe. Ind.; mgr. 

Green River Coal Co. 



1884 

Beck, Alfred LIndley, Selleraburg, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

Brodix, Franklin Thomas, Chicago, 111.; real 
estate. 

Fee, Will I., E. 10th St., Bloomlngton, Ind.; 
secy. Building Association and farmer. 

Gabe, Harry Edwin, 619 Fletcher Ave.. In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; physician, 911 Virginia 
Ave. 

Long, Thomas Downs, Kallapell, Montana; 
trans, to N. Y. Alpha; lawyer, Whipps 
Flock. . , ^ 

Springer, Charles Henry, Bloomlngton, Ind.; 

broker. 

1886 

Golden, William E., 155 Willow St., Brook- 
lyn. N. Y.: winner of Herald Prize Plat 
ronteat. 1891 bend of Knelish Department. 



Polytechnic Preparatory School, 99 Living- 
ston St. 

Harris, Morris Bedford, 743 MUdreda Ave.. 
Fresno, Cal.; trans, to Ohio Beta; member 
and secretary' Electoral College, 1906; 
chairman Republican Central Com.; chair- 
man 6th Congressional Com. 4 years; law- 
yer. First National Bank Bldg. 

McNeill, Jerome, 105 N. 9th St., Richmond, 
Ind.; educational. 

Monroe, Edwin Sherman, 701 Gentry St., 
Frankfort, Ind.; Indiana University, Ph.B. 
and A. M.; principal High School, Mount 
Vernon, Ind.; superintendent schools, Mt. 
Vernon, Ind.; now superintendent schools, 
Frankfort, City Library Bldg. 

Mutz, John Roscoe, EMlnburg, Ind.; grad. 
Purdue Ph.G. '92; drug business. 

Powell, Georgcr Carml, 111. 

Rhoads, Harry Bennett, address unknown. 

Sims, Charles Edgar, 3166 Q St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C; real estate. 

1886 

Paris, Melville A., Bloomlngton, Ind.; real 
estate. 

KIpllnger, Henry Walter, Rensselaer, Ind.; 
IT. S. Civil Service. 

O'Donnel, Edgar Charles, Mitchell, Ind.; edu- 
cational. 

Owen, Malcolm Neff Dale, Chandler, Okla. 

1887 

Baker, George David, 212 Carondelet St., 
New Orleans, La.; mgr. Bond Dept., Isi- 
dore Newman & Son, bankers. 

Butterworth, William Miller, 6422 S. St. 
Louie Ave., Chicago, 111.; former alderman. 
City of Chicago; lawyer, 161 LaSalle St 

Guthrie, Alfred Homer, Bedford, Ind.; 
cashier Stone City Bank. 

Jenkins, William Evans, 502 Washington, 
•Bloomlngton, Ind.; librarian, Indiana Univ. 
Library. 

Jones, Samuel Prank, 509 West Fifth St.. 
Marion, Ind.; manager Sims Glass Factory. 

Metcalf, John Eugene, Fennimore, Wis., 
physician. 

Robinson, Edward Smith, 714 South Sixth 
St., Springfield. 111.; admitted to bar, 1901; 
elected city attorney. 1905; first asst. 
United States attorney Southern District 
Illinois. 1898; appointed referee in bank- 
ruptcy for entire Southern District Illinois, 
1901, and still holds position; lawyer. 

Thompson, William T., Edlnburg, Ind.; ve- 
neer manufacturer. 

Truscott, Prederick Wilson, 34 University 
Driveway, Morgantown. W. Va.; professor 
of German, West Va. University. 

1888 

Beeson, Charles Henry, 578 E. 60th St., Chi- 
cago. 111.; asst. professor of Latin, Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 

Boland, William Joseph, 85 Morning St.. 
Portland. Me.; restaurant proprietor, 18 
Monument Square. 

Eads, Joseph B., Anderson, Ind.; mgr. glass 
factory. 

Egner, Charles W., Warsaw, Ind.; teacher. 

Engle, Charles Prederick, 156 E. Market St.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana State Agent 
Fire Insurance Co. 

Qroninger, Prank C, Indianapolis, Ind.; 
lawyer, Indiana Trust Bldg. 

Moore, Maurice Gardner, 203 N. 3rd St., Vin- 
cennes. Ind.; physician. 

Reed. Will. Warsaw. Ind. 



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151 



1889 

Buchanan, Richard Twells, 2909 N. 29th St., 
Tacoma, Wash.; trans, to Cal. Beta; srad. 
Stanford University. 1893; A. M.. 1904; 
newspaper editorial writer, Perkins Bldgr. 

Helm, Mark Powers, Muncle, Ind.; care 
Ball Bros. 

Hines, Linnaeus Neal, 602 S. Grant Ave., 
Crawfordsville, Ind.;jBnrad. Indiana Univer- 
sity, 1894; taught in fiyansville and Indian- 
apolis High Schools; supt. of schools. 
Union City, Hartford City and Crawfords- 
ville, Ind.; now supt. of schools, Craw- 
fordsville. 

Morris, William Frampton, Milton, Ind. 

Mosemilier, Charles A., Bloomington. Ind.; 
professor of Romance Languages at Indi- 
ana University. 

Tetep, Sanford Fortner, Bloomington, Ind.; 
secy, and treas. Showers Bros. Company. 



1890 

Craig, Harry Victor, 230 E. Maple Ave., 
Noblesville, Ind.; grad. Indiana University, 
1906, A. B.j teacher Noblesville High 
School, 1898-1901; with U. S. Postofflce at 
Noblesville since 1902. 

Henry, William Elmer, 5209 15th Ave., N. E., 
Seattle, Wash.; grad. Indiana University, 
A. B., 1891; A. M., 1892; instructor in 
English, Indiana Univ., 1891-3; fellow in 
English, Chicago Univ., 1894-5; professor 
of English, Franklin College, 1896-7; state 
librarian of Indiana, 1897-1906; head li- 
brarian. University of Washington Library 
since 1906. 

KInsey, Francis Elmer, 235 Canal St., Prov- 
idence, R. I.; mgr. Beyer Bros. Commis- 
sion Company. 

Leach, Howard H., Kokomo, Ind. 

Morgan, Raymond C, Knightstown, Ind. 

Van Atta, Robert Miller, Marion, Ind.; law- 
yer. Glass Block. 

Zaring, Ell Deming, 955 West End Ave., 
New York City, N, Y.; editor, care United 
Press Association. 

1891 

Allen, Linton Raymond, West Newton, Ind. 

Ferriman, George, Albion, 111.; merchant. 

Groninger, Taylor E., Indianapolis, Ind.; 
lawyer, Indiana Trust Bldg. 

Knoop, Samuel M., Claypool, Ind. 

Metz, Irving Wagner, 624 S. Walnut, Spring- 
field, 111.; div. surgeon Wabash R. R.; ref- 
eree. Mutual Life Insurance Co., New 
York. 

Moore, Frank Dana. Seattle, Wash.; secy. 
Olympic Foundry Company. 

Moore, Noble Leroy, Mitchell, Ind.; asst. 
cashier, bank. 

Simpson, Harry D., R. F. D.. No. 2. Vin- 
cennes, Ind.; mgr. of Knox Nurseries. 

1892 

Beane, William Allen, Albion, Ind.; county 
superintendent schools. 

Guthrie, Alfred Bertram, Chouteau, Munt.; 
educational. 

Malott, Claude Guthrie, 203 S. Washington 
St., Bloomington, Ind.; grad. Indiana ITnl- 
verslty, 1895; law, 1899; Harvard. 1902; 
elected mayor of Bloomington. 1904; re- 
elected 1905; lawyer. 109% S. College Ave. 

Miller, Charles A., Princeton, Ind.; grad. 
College of Physicians & Surgeons with 
honors; physician and surgeon. 



Mount, Harry Herschel. 610 E. North St, 

Greensburg, Ind.; school teacher, 1896- 

1899; teller Third National Bank. 
Pitcher, Henry Churchill, Lakeland, La.; 

planter. 
PIttenger, Oscar Morton, 211 E. Broadway, 

Alexandria, Ind.; supt. of schools. 
Scholler, Harry Maurice, Crawfordsville, 

Ind.; secy. Montgomery Hardwood Lumber 

Co.. cor. Pike & Green Sts. 
Stephens, Clarence Elmo, 222 W. 13th St., 

Anderson, Ind.; musical director of 

"Egypta." 



1893 

HInes, Frederick Eugene, 216 E. Logan St., 
Noblesville, Ind.; served as prosecuting at- 
torney of 24th Judicial Circuit from 1903 
to 1907; lawyer, Craig Block. 

Koontz, Frederic L., Camden, Ind. 

McCiurkIn, John Martin, 6130 Monroe Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; merchant. * 

Miller, Archibald Warnock, San Isidro, 
Nueva Ecija. P. I.; teacher, principal, 
Wright Institute. 

Myers, Joseph Porter, Edlnburg, Ind.; physi- 
cian. 

Syrett, Edgar Charles, Merrick, Mass. 



1894 

Brant, Wm. Levitt, New York City, N. Y. 

Hall, William, Grayville, 111. 

HIndman, Edward Everett, Jackson, Miss.; 

lawyer, 412% E. Capitol St. 
Howe, Owen Chalmers, Weston, Mass.; 

brokerage, 26 South St., Boston. 
Hyatt, Robert Cameron, Washington, Ind.; 

general merchandise business. 
Owens, Waiter Reed Dale, New Harmony^ 

Ind. 



1896 

Brahm, Edward W., 791 E, 38th St., Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Clarke, Frank Leroy, Coesse, Ind. 

Endlcott, Carl Elbert, Andrews. Ind.; grad. 
Indiana University. 1897; supt. schools In- 
diana Reformatory, 1898-1902; cashier. 
State Bank of Andrews, since 1902. 

Keehn, Roy D., 1209 E. 60th St., Chicago, 
111.; trans, to 111. Beta; lawyer, 409 Rector 
Bldg. 

Lawrence, Charles Mott, Idaho Falls, Idaho; 
educational. 

Moore, George Webb, Spencer, Ind.; grad. 
Indiana TTniverslty, 1901; PhOippine Civil 
Service, 1901-1909. 

Mumford, Eugene Bishop, Indianapolis, Ind.; 
trans, to Wis. Alpha; B. S., Univ. Wiscon- 
sin. '01; M. D., Johns Hopkins Medical 
School. '06; resident physician, Boston 
Children's Hosp.', interne, Govemeur Hosp., 
N. Y.; uhip surgeon to Brazil; director of 
Bureau of Contagious Diseases of City 
Board of Health; pathologist and assistant 
visiting physician in pediatrics at City 
Hospital: asst. in pediatrics in Indiana 
Univ. School of Medicine; physician for 
Boys' Club and Children's Aid Association; 
physician and surgeon, 509 Newton Clay- 
pool Bldg. 

Pitcher, George Churchill, Alma Plantation, 
Lakeland, La.; sugar planter; vice presi- 
dent Alma Plantation, Ltd. 

Showers, William Edward, 430 N. Washing- 
ton St.. Bloomington. Ind.; gen. mgr. 
Showers Bros. Company. 



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1896 



Brown, J. August, College Comer, Ohio; 
principal Bath Township Public Schools. 

Fletchally Eugene Dalton, PoseyviUe, Ind.; 
merchant. 

Home, Blanchard Jaekeon, 604 W. 8th St., 
Anderson. Ind.; Judge of the City Court 
of the City of Anderson, Ind., since 1905; 
lawyer, over Citizens Bank. 

King, Herbert Smith, 2224 Central Ave.. In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; state manager The White- 
head & Hoag Co.. State Life Bldg. 

Link, Goethe, 1527 Lexington Ave.. Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; asst. professor of gynecology, 
Indiana University School of Medicine; 
Junior gynecologist Indianapolis City Hos- 
pital; surgeon. 738 K. of P. Bldg. 

Stout, Arthur Lindley, Salem, Ind.; manu- 
facturer. 

Wadsworth, Heilman Curtis, Washington, 
Ind. 

Wilson, Carl .Caspar, 1432 Second St.. Louis- 
ville, Ky.; director U. S. Cement Co.. Bed- 
ford, Ind.; director Citizens Bank, Salem, 
Ind.; president Wilson Furniture Co. 



1897 

Bassett, Arch, Albion, 111. 

Bracken, Thomas E., Muncie, Ind.; lawyer. 

Gold, Earl Thomas, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; 
educational. 

Guthrie, Charles Ernest, Bedford, Ind.; 
cashier Bedford Quarries Company. 

Guthrie, Michael Beck, Bedford, Ind.; den- 
tist. 

Owen, Jr., Alfred Dale, Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

Shirts, Walter, 102 E. Conner St.. Nobles- 
vllle, Ind.; lawyer, care Shirts & Fertig. 

Stout, Samuel Ernest, Paoli, Ind. 



1898 

Bracken, Leonidas Locke, Muncie, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

Ross, Warner A., Palestine. 111. 

Schafer, Chalmer Christen, 610 Monroe, De- 
catur, Ind.; hardware and manufacturing 
of harness. 

Smith, Cornelius Marcellus, Richmond. Va.; 
care American Locomotive Company. 

Stoker, Fred, New Harmony, Ind. 

Sutphin, WInfleld Alien, Brooklyn, Ind. 



1899 

Beck, Alfred Adams, Bloomington, Ind., 
stone business. 

Dowden, Chauncey Warring, West Baden 
Springs Hotel, West Baden. Ind.; resident 
physician. West Baden Springs Hotel. 

Free, Wade Hampton, Anderson. Ind.; law- 
yer. 

Gould, Aaron Joe, 6687 Ridge Ave.. Chicago. 
111.; trans, to 111. Alpha; vice pres. and 
secv. C. J. Anderson Special Agency, ad- 
vertising, 719 Marquette Bldg. 

Lichtenberger, Fred, New Harmony, Ind. 

Martin, Oliver Curtis, Perth Amboy, N. J.; 
chemist. 

Moore, Ralph Paul, Trail, British Columbia; 
electrician. 

Pike, Roy Oakley, Bloomington. Ind.; grad. 
Indiana University. 1900; lawyer, cashier, 
Citizens Loan & Trust Co. 

Ryan, Marc, Spokane, Wash.; collections, 
Paulsen Block. 



1900 

Crim, Walter Henshaw, "Maple Heights," 
Salem, Ind.; A. B., Indiana University, 
1902; member Arm of C. M. Crlm & Son. 

Myers, Fred C, Box 656, Atlanta. Ga. 

Pike, Ralph Adoiphus, 1913 McNalr, St. 
Louis. Mo.; teacher, McKinJey High 
School, Missouri & Russell Sts. 

Roark, Burchard Hayes, 318 Buckeye Ave., 
Spokane, Wash.; S. B. (with honors). Uni- 
versity of Chicago; M. D., Rush Med.. '03; 
interne Milwaukee Hosp., '03-'04; city 
emergency surgeon, Jamieson Bldg. 

Smith, Everett James, Walla Walla, Wash., 
county attorney of Walla Walla County. 

Teter. William Jerome, 1624 Ashland Ave., 
Indlanauolls. Ind.; manager of sales, In- 
dianapolis. Sunday Creek Co. 



1901 

Beck, Hubert Lister, 533 N. Wash. St., 
Bloomington. Ind. 

Bryan, Frederick Ernest, 4143 Lindell Bl., 
St. Louis, Mo.; lawyer. 907 Carleton Bldg. 

Hofman, Oscar C, cor. Madison & Fourth, 
Decatur, Ind.; architect, Rooms 7 and 8. 
Morrison Bldg. 

Knight, Foy William, Dayton, Ohio, care 
National Cash Register Co. 

Roddick, Harry Wilfred, Knightstown. Ind.; 
Indiana University. A. B.. 1904: University 
of Illinois, instructor and fellow. 1904-6; 
A. M.. 1906; asst. in mathematics, Colum- 
bia University, New York. 

Scobie, Wm. Dunston, Chicago. III.; sales- 
man. Franklin MacVeagh & Co. 

Sherman, Hugh i., Brookston, Ind.; with 
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company; 
territory, Western Coast. 

Smith, Roscoe William, 213-214 Ransom 
Bldg., Walla Walla, Wash.; 'varsity foot- 
ball. '01 -'04; A. B., Indiana University, 
1905; M. D. at Louisville, Ky. Medical Col- 
lege; physician. 

Wadsworth, Ralph Dyal, 216 E. 10th St., 
Washington, Ind.; A. B.. Indiana Univer- 
sity, 1905; teacher of science. High School. 

Williams, Carmi Luzerne, Norfolk, Nebr.; 
general agent. Midland Insurance Co. 



1902 

Blair, William John, 320 W. Kirkwood Ave., 
Bloomington. Ind.; director In Bloomington 
Cut Stone Co. 

Cookson, Thomas A., Phi Kappa Psi House, 
Bloomington. Ind.; former Anderson H. S. 
basketball star; assistant registrar, Indi- 
ana University. 

Cowger, Clarence Ruiand, Montlcello, Ind.; 
lawver 

Diven, John, 1107 W. 8th St., Anderson, Ind. 

HIil, Jr., Nathaniel Usher, 526 N. College 
Ave.. Bloomington, Ind.; deputy state 
treasurer, 1905-06; insurance business. 

Hindman, Frank Todd, 507 Lowell St.. Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; traveling salesman, wholesale 
lumber. 801 Diamond Bank Bldg. 

Howe, Louis Polk, S. College Ave., Bloom- 
ington, Ind.; Jewelry business. 

McMurtrie, Uz, 1511 S. Boots St.. Marion, 
Ind.; deputy treasurer of Grant County. 

Pfaff, Walter Percy, 618 E. 24th St., Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; house salesman J. C, Perry 
Co. 

Pittenger, Nicholas Otto, 211 B. Broadway, 
Alexandria, Ind.; chemist. 



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153 



Ross, Jasper Archibald, Palestine, III.; oil 

well contractor. 
Tharp. Ellsworth Linn, 810 S. Washington, 

Kokomo, Ind.; real estate, San Francisco. 

Cal. 

1903 

Gllmore, William Steele, Detroit, Mich.; tel- 
egraph editor; on Terre Haute Tribune, 
Terre Haute Star and Indianapolis Star 
since leaving school. 

Hare, Frank, 36 E. Conner St.. Noblesvllle, 
Ind.: 'varsity football, 1903-06; 'yarsity 
baseball, 1.904-06; carriage manufacturer. 

Hunt, Harry Beeson, 2069 E. 102nd St., Cleve- 
land. Ohio; newspaper man; state editor, 
Cleveland Press. 

Rafert, George Otis, 1113 N. Delaware St.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.; grocer. 

Relley, William Edward, 147 E. Washing- 
ton St., Indianapolis, Ind.; city prosecutor; 
lawyer, Indiana Trust Bldg. 

Sherman, Robert Edward, Brookton, Ind.; 
pharmacist, Tempe, Ariz. 

Smith, Guy Vincent, 407 E. 62nd St.. Chi- 
cago. III.: advertising solicitor, Chicago 
Dailv News. 

1904 

Allen, Jasper Moore, Hartshorne. Okla.; ed- 
itor and owner of The Hartshorne Sun. 

Blair, James Waidron, Bloomlngton, Ind. 

Bristol, Lewis Walter, 529 N. Liberty St., 
Indianapolis. Ind. ^ , ^^ 

Davis. Paul Gray, 1503 Park Ave.. Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; deputy prosecuting attorney, 
Marion County Probate Court; treasurer. 
Indiana Democratic Club; lawyer. 1025-29 
Lemcke Bldg. ^ ^ , * ♦ 

Harter, Harry, Anderson. Ind.; real estate. 

Hill, Philip Busklrk. 526 N. College Ave.. 
Bloomlngton. Ind.; grad. Indiana Unlver- 
sltv. 1908; 'varsity football. 1904-06; base- 
ball. 1906; asst. football coach, 1907-09; 

HIndman, Albert Clare, 1455 Chapln, Wash- 
ington. D. C: LL..B., George Washington 
University, 1908; government clerk, Civil 
Service Commission. ^. . . «* t 

Hoffman, Harry Adolph, 942 N. Ala. St.. In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; chemist, care Ell Lilly & 

Co. ^ ^ 

Rogers, Arthur, Washington, Ind. ^^ ^ _ 
Walls. William Lessey, 1428 W. 14th St.^ed- 

ford, Ind.; member firm of Walls & Walls. 

general insurance. Hodge and Walls 

Waug^', Lloyd Augustus, 401 E. Wajaeh' 
Crawfordsvllle. Ind.; varsity football, 
1904-06; with Poston Brick Co. 

1905 

Barclay, Joseph Knox, Bloomlngton. Ind.; 
A. B. and LL.B.. Indiana University; asst. 
track coach of athletics at Indiana Uni- 
versity;, lawyer, assistant state's attorney. 

Beeson, Hugh Richmond, Edmonds, Wash.; 
secretary. Washington Steel & Bolt Co. 

Craycraft, George, 65 E. Conner St., Nobles- 
vllle. Ind.; dry goods merchant. 

Dunlap, James Robert, Covington, Ind.; 

Joseph, Russell Levinson, 1927 N. Illinois St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; secy, and treas., Indi- 
ana Brass & Iron Bed Co. , , ^ 

Malott, James Raymond, Philippine Islands. 
Manila; U. S. Civil Service. 



Michael, Morris S., Lafayette, Ind. 

Polk, Curtis Freeland, Oaktown. Ind.; asst. 

cashier Oaktown Bank. 
Sutphin, John Otto, Bloomlngton, Ind. 
Telfer, William Adams, 304 W. 2nd St.. 

Bloomlngton, Ind. 
Waidron, Charles Bonicum, Bloomlngton, 

Ind. 
Williams, Charles Walter, Anvlk, Alaska; 

missionary. 

1JB06 

Burk, Avon, Decatur, Ind. 

Deupree, Herman Graydon, 229 W. 9th St.. 
Anderson. Ind.; director of publicity, Remy 
Electric Co. 

Fertig, Emmet Ross, 68 S. 10th St., Nobles- 
vllle, Ind.; trans, to Cal. Gamma. 

Greenough. Walter Sidney, S. Forrest Ave., 
Brazil. Ind. 

Hines, Samuel Neal, Fremont. Nebr.; care 
"Tribune." 

Nussel, Charles Holbert, Brazil. Ind. 

Rogers, Andrew Jackson, Bloomlngton, Ind. 

1907 

Berndt, Arthur Henry, 1024 Oakland Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Carr, Warner W., Fowler, Ind. 

Cookson, Joseph Edward, 682 W. Dlversey 
Ave.. Chicago. 111.; bookkeeper, grain com- 
mission. 

James, George Hobson, Morton St.. Brazil, 
Ind. 

Loughry, Maynard A., Monticello. Ind. 

Miller, Qustav Rudolph, 1243 E. Market St.. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Roberts, George Moses, Lawrenceburg. Ind. 

Teter, Walter Allan, 130 S. Ninth St., Nobles- 
vllle. Ind. 

1908 

Davis, Merrll S., 419 W. Fifth St., Marlon, 

Ind. 
Freel, Lawrence P., 110 N. Nebraska St., 

Marlon. Ind. 
Hamilton, Miller. South Bend. Ind. 
Hamilton, Robert C, 422 Scott St., Vin- 

cennes, Ind. 
Hughes, Herbert H., Alexandria, Ind. 
Messick, Allen George, 110 S. Adams St., 

Marlon. Ind. 
Racey, Russel S., 803 Perry St., Vincennes, 

Ind. 
Wellman, William Harcourt, 1229 Union St., 

Indlanapolte, Ind. 
Wililams, Roscoe Conkling, Columbus, Ind. 

1909 

Brucker, Fred Lewis, Main St., Monticello. 

Ind. 

Craycraft, Albert, 65 E. Conner St., Nobles- 
vllle, Ind. 

Elchrodt, Charles Wharton, 1418 N. New 
Jersey St., Indianapolis. Ind. 

Henley, Jr., George Washington, 322 W. 2nd 
St., Bloomlngton, Ind. 

HIckam, Hubert, Spencer. Ind. 

Hunt. Jesse Beeson, W. Washington St.. 
Sullivan. Ind. 

Raub, Frank Raymond, Chalmers. Ind. 

Scott, Oliver Lynn, 70 W. Maple St., Wa- 
bash, Ind. 

Thompson, Orland Chester, Bloomfield, Ind. 

Trueblood, Fred Willette, 508 S. Whites Ave., 
Marlon. Ind. 



INDIANA GAMMA. 



WABASH COLLEGE. 
CRAWFORDSVLLE. INDIANA. 

FOUNDED IN 1870 BY EDWIN A. ANDBEW8, P. C. CRONKHITE, 
F. W. IDDINGS, JOHN O. JENNINGS, E. P. JOHNSON, ISAAC O. 
JONES, JAMES A. LYNN AND H. J. MILLIGAN. 

Inactive after 1901. 



1870 

Iddlngs, Francis Wayland, Namekagan, Wi6., 
minister Presbyterian Church. 

Jennings, John Oliver, Santa Monica, Cal.; 
minister Presbyterian Church. 

Johnson, Edward Payson, Seminary Place, 
New Brunswick, N. J.; Wabash College, 
187]fC Auburn Theological Seminary, 1875; 
professor Church History, New Brunswick 
Theological Seminary since 1906. 

Jones, Isaac Oliver, Walla Walla, Wash.; 
teacher. 

Lynn, James Alexander, 601 R Seminole 
Ave., McAllster, Okla.; taught school in 
Indiana, Oklahoma, Kansas; special agent, 
U. S. Census Bureau. 

Mlliigan, Harry Joseph, 1409 N. Delaware 
St., Indianapolis, Ind.; president Board of 
Trustees of Wabash College; lawyer. 

1871 

Aston, Edward S., 1827 Williams Ave.. Nor- 
wood, Ohio; Allen Bldg. 

Green, Franklin Pierce, South Haven, Mich.; 
real estate. 

1872 

Allar, Absolom Toner, Ellsworth, Kans., 

minister. 
Clark, Horace Mann; address unknown. 
Cronkhite, Christopher Columbus, 102 W. 

72nd St., Chicago, 111.; physician. 
DIpboye, Abraham J., 1021 Washington St., 

Columbus, Ind.; custodian public library. 
Mlliigan, Albert Bushnell, 14 Hillside Ave., 

Spencer, Ind.; grad. Wabash, 1877; teacher; 

farming and live stock. 
Shippy, W. S., Richards, Mo. 
Stafford, George Washington, Crawfords- 

vllle, Ind.; lawyer. 

1873 

Anderson, Albert Barnes, 1325 N. Penna. 
St., Indianapoli.% Ind.; U. S. District Judge 
for District of Indiana. 



Anderson, Julius HIckok, 601 N. Pasadena 
Ave., Azusa, Cal.; cashier United States 
Natl. Bank. 

Hills, Clarence Eugene, FVont St., Mifflin- 
town. Pa.; minister, pastor. 

Rubush, Thomas Robert. London, Ind.; grad. 
Indiana Medical College, 1879; resident 
physician, Indianapolis City Dispensary; 
member U. S. Pension Board of Shelby 
County; president Shelby County Medical 
Society; physician. 

1874 

Hills, Edwin Lemaster, 4929 Wyandotte St., 
Kansas City, Mo.; express messenger, Pa- 
cific Express Company. 

McMurtry, Charles T., Marshall, Ind.» 
farmer. 

Osborne, James Harvey, 414 Crawford St., 
Crawfordsville, Ind.; associate professor of 
Latin & Mathematics, Walsash College; 
secretary of faculty, 

Thomson, Edwin Pech, 824 S. Limestone 
St., Springfield, Ohio; A. B., A. M., and 
D. D., from Wabash College; Auburn Theo. 
Seminary; Berlin University; pastorates in 
Indiana, Denver and Springfield, Ohio; 
clergyman. 

1875 

Hartman, Walter Samuel, Bozeman, Mont.^ 
lawyer. 

Martin, Harry C, Attica, Ind.; pofitmaster; 
H. C. Martin & Co., lumber. 

Mliford, Arthur B., 301 W. Main St., Craw- 
fordsville, Ind.; professor of Bngllsh, Wa- 
bash College. 

1876 

Cheever, William B., Kansas City, Mo.; rail- 
way service. 

Finney, Charles Joseph, Attica, Ind.; physi- 
cian. 

Hargrave, Arthur Alonzo, Hockville, Ind.; 
gnid. Wabash College, 1881; in Persia. 
1883-87 under Pres. Bd. Foreign Missions;. 



154 



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155 



stationed at Oroomiah; now editor and 

publisher, RockvlUe Republican. 
McCabe, Charles M., 502 W. Wabaah, Craw- 

fordsville, Ind.; lawyer, firm of Crane & 

McCabe. 
Sayler, Samuel M., Huntington, Ind.; lawyer. 

1877 

Austin, William Baden, 21 Scott St.. Chi- 
cago, 111.; lawyer & broker, 603, 167 Dear- 
bom St. 

Coyle, Robert Francis, Denver, Colo.; min- 
ister; moderator In Presbyterian Church, 
1650 Sherman Ave. 

Lamb, George C, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, O.; 
minister Knox Presbyterian Church. 

Milford, Charles Ranney, Attica, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

Ricketts, Philander, Fort Collins, Colo.; 
farmer and stock raiser. 

Ward, William Dennis, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
dean and professor of Latin, Occidental 
College. 

Wesselins, George W., Detroit, Mich.; min- 
ister. 

1878 

Applegate, J. Edgar, Rogers, Ark.; agricul- 
ture. 

Burdette. Robert Jones, Pasadena, Cal.; min- 
ister, humorist and lecturer. 

Coffman, Samuel Miller, 402 W. Main St, 
Crawf ordsville, Ind. ; journalist. 

McKee, William Parker, Mt. Carroll. Dl.; 
A. B.. Wabash College, 1883; B. D., Bap- 
tist Union Theological Seminary, 1887; 
grad. student in history in University of 
Minnesota, 1895-97; A. M., University of 
Minnesota, 1897; B. D., University of Chi- 
cago. 1897; pastor. Olivet Baptist Church, 
Minneapolis; now dean of Frances Shimer 
Academy. 

Nelson, David Whetson, Whitestown, Ind.; 
teacher. 

1879 

Hartman, Charles Sampson, Bozeman, Mont.; 

member of Congress; now lawyer. 
Harvey, George Carlton, 1309 Hall Place, 

Danville, Ina.; prosecuting attorney, 65th 

Judicial District, Ind.; city clerk Danville, 

1884-1900; lawyer. 

1880 

Forman, John Newton, LaHore, India, Asia; 

missionary. 
Hanna, Read, Natchez, Miss.; U. S. pension 

examiner. 
Johnson, Frederick P., Denver. Colo.; editor, 

Colorado Live Stock Journal. 

1881 

Knight, Austin W., 821 K National Ave., 
Brazil, Ind.; grad. Wabash College, 1885; 
deputy prosecuting attorney, 1886; county 
attorney; pres. elector, lo.;^; delegate St. 
Louis National Convention, 1904; lawyer. 

1882 

Finney, Samuel, 1444 Wilson Ave.. Chicago, 
ni.; grain com., 116 Board of Trade Bldg. 

Hartley, William Thomas, Paris. 111.; gen- 
eral bookkeeper. First National Bank. 

Loomis, William Mackey, Rochester, Ind. 

Thomas, Samuel BInford, 5126 Lexington 
Ave., Lexingrton Hotel, Chicago; capitalist 
and theatrical manager. 



1883 

Hoult, William Francis, Chrisman, 111.; dep- 
uty collector internal revenue. 

James, William Holly, Rossville, III.; bank 
cashier. 

1884 

Crawford, David W., LaPorte, Ind.; commer- 
cial salesman. 

Thomas, Horace Rochester, Santa Fe. New 
Mexico. 

1885 

Day, Silas C.* City of Mexico, Mexico; law- 
yer. 

Dox, William Henry, 4924, Chicago. Omaha, 
Neb.; salesman, Burkley Printing Co. 

1886 

Goltra, William W., 115 W. College, Craw- 
fordsvlUe, Ind.; treas. Ben-Hur Chemical 
Co. 

Knight, Charles PInkley, Holland Hotel, Chi- 
cago, m.; trans, to Ind. Alpha. 

Lawrence, John Frazler, Tulsa, Okla.; law- 
yer. 

Sayler, John Milton, Huntington, Ind.; law- 
yer. 

1888 

Coleman, William J.. Ill EScin Ave., New 
Albany, Ind.; captain of infantry, U. S. V., 
In Spanish -American War; now major 
First Infantry, Indiana National Guard; 
city editor, Louisville Times, Courier- 
Journal Bldg.. Louisville, Ky. 

Hanna, James Richmond, Chicago, 111.; law- 
yer. 

Hosklns, Joseph Clifford, E. National Ave., 
Brazil, Ind.; salesman. 

Luther, William Pitt, 209 E. Ridge St.. Bra- 
zil, Ind.; lawyer, 12^ E. National Ave. 

Perry, Arba Thomas, 621 E. 29th St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; trans, to Ind. Delta; traveling 
representative. Colonial Trust & Savings 
Bank. 

1889 

Armstrong, James Howard, 629 E. Maple 
St., JefTersonville, Ind.; grad. Wabash Col- 
lege, 1893; law dept.. University of Louis- 
ville, 1899; deputy county treasurer Clark 
County. Ind., 1901-3; clerk Howard Ship 
Yards Co.; also in general insurance busi- 
ness, Arm of Armstrong & Frank. 

Crouse, Hugh Woodruff, Hockport, Texas; 
physician. 

Farrell, Harrison Harlan, Paola, Ind. 

Markle, Grant C, 37 N. Meridian, Winches- 
ter. Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; physician 
and surgeon. 

McCulloch, Edward Mart, New Albany, Ind.; 
ex -lawyer and fanner. 

McFadden, John S., Hockville, Ind.; B. S., 
Wabash College, 1891; M. A., Wabash, 
1907; lawyer. 

Patton, Edgar Allen, 4103 Kenmore Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; salesman, with Reid, Mur- 
doch & Co. 

1890 

Augustus, Willis Owen, Paris. 111.; grad. law 
dept.. University of Indianapolis, 1899; 
banking. 

Carpenter, Braxton W., Richmond. Ind. 

Crawford, Frank, Honolulu, Hawaii; bank 
clerk. 



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Eastman, Thomas Barker, 400 N. Delaware 
St.. Indianapolis, Ind.; surgeon, 310 Penn- 
way BIdg. 

Grubb, Walter D., 674 B. 24th St.. Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

1891 

Calloway, Walter Bowles, Home City, Ohio; 
general passenger agent, C, H. & D. Ry., 
81 Carew Bldg., Cincinnati. 

Culbertson, Charles Wingate, East Church 
St.. Brazil. Ind. 

Kelsey, Perclval Gates, Evanflville, Ind. 

Kirk, Sennett, Garnett, Kansas; banker. 

Zimmerman, William Paul, 1104 N. Meridian 
St., Brazil. Ind.; secy. & treas., Hall-Zim- 
merman Coal Co. 

1892 

Elston. Jr., I. C, Philadelphia, Pa., with 
C. H. Gelst Company, Land Title Bldg. 

Hendrich. Frank E., 323 Vermillion St., Dan- 
ville, III.; merchant. 

Home, Brose S., Gas City, Ind.; physician. 

Kline, Charles Harry, 116 S. Washington, 
Crawfordsville, Ind.; jeweler. 

Meteer, John H., 23 Independencla Avenido. 
City of Mexico, Mexico; mining. 

Mutz, George Raymond, Edlnburg, Ind.; 
merchant. 

Stevenson, Paul A., Crawfordsville, Ind.; 
traveling salesman. 

Wilkin, Ralph H., Robinson. 111.; lawyer. 

1893 

Huffine, Charles Cones, Frankfort, Ind.; 
grad. Wabash College. 1896; elected county 
surveyor Clinton County, 1898-1900; ap- 
pointed city engineer, Frankfort, 1904-6; 
secy. J. J. Kelleher & Co., contractors, 
1908. 

Kern, Charles B., 610 Columbia St., Lafay- 
ette. Ind.; physician and surgeon. 

Knight, Edward Hussey, 1930 Talbott Ave.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; 
grad. Wabash College, 1897, B. A.; Yale 
I'nlv., 1898. B. A.; Indiana Law School, 
1899; deputy prosecuting attorney, Marion 
County. 1907-8; lawyer, firm of Sullivan & 
Knight, 91-92 Lombard Bldg. 

Sidener, Howard, St. Louis, Mo.; lawyer, 
813 Walnwrlght Bldg.; also asst. prosecut- 
ing attorney. 

1894 

Ashman, George Cromwell, Bradley Poly- 
technic Institute, Peoria, HI.; grad. Wa- 
bash College, 1895. B. S.; University of 
C^hlcago. 1905, M. S.; Ph.D.. University 
of Chicago. 1908; professor of chemistry. 

Brand, Thomas Talbott, Jr., Urbana. Ohio; 
dentist. 

Clouser, Ira, W^alnut St., Ladoga. Ind.; ti'ans. 
to Ind. Beta; lawyer. 

Combs, William Fuller, Ridgeway, UL; prin- 
cipal High School. 

Fine, Harry Nelatin, 107 S. Grant, Craw- 
fordsville, Ind.; lawyer; prosecuting at- 
torney of Montgomery County. 

Griest, Oliver Howard, Shoals, Ind.; teacher, 
public schools. 

Hedrick, William Morse, Ancon, Canal Zone. 
Isthmus of Panama; lawyer, care Legal 
Department, I. C. C. 

Uardner, James Lawrence, 720 Clark St.. 
Evanston. 111.; trans, to III. Alpha; head of 
department of oratory. Rochester Normal. 
1900: head of department of English and 
oratory. Dakota Wesleyan I'niversity, 
Mitchell. S. D.. 1901-6; head of depart- 



ment of reading and public speaking, In- 
diana State Normal School; now instructor 
In elocution, Northwestern University. 

Miller, Robert Barclay, Fredericton. New 
Brunswick. Canada; professor of forestry, 
X'niverslty of New Brunswick. 

Mitchell, Richard Roberts, 1421 Corona, Den- 
ver, Colo.; clerk Circuit Court 5th Judicial 
Circuit. Illinois; recorder of deeds, Coles 
County. Illinois, 1898-1900; trans, to Mich. 
Alpha; lawyer, 634 Symes Bldg. 

Spitler, Marion L., 208 E. 8th St.. Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; lawyer, 200% West Grand. 

Welmer, Charles Ainsworth, No. 81 E. 5th 
St.. Peru, Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; asst. 
postmaster. 

Welmer, Frederick Carl, Cleveland. Ohio; 
special correspondent, Leader, care Na- 
tional Press Club. Washington, D. C; news 
editor, Cleveland Leader. 



1895 

Chappelow, Branch Earl, 6049 Westminster 
St.. St. Louis, Mo.; newspaper and ad- 
vertising; now treasurer of Chappelow Ad- 
vertising Co., Liggett Bldg. 

Harding, Chase, 412 W^ Main St., Craw- 
fordsville. Ind.; grad. Wabash College, 
1896. Ph.B.; M. A., 1904; U. S. A.. 158th Ind. 
Vol.. Apr., 1898 to Nov 
bar. 1898; lawyer, 115% 



1898; admitted to 
E. Main St. 



1896 



Collett, Fred Duniap, New York City, N. Y. 

KIrkpatricky George Howard, address un- 
known. 

Martin, Samuel Albert, Muncie, Ind.; den- 
tist. 

Peck, Dumont Morgan, Crawfordsville. Ind.; 
ti-ans. to Ind. Delta; clothing, shoes, fur- 
nishings. 101 N. Washington St. 

Wilson, Frank Reed, ShelbyvlUe. Ind.; cash- 
ier, Shelby National Bank. 

1897 

Hardy, Truman G., Goodland, Ind.; farmer. 

Hughes, George Edward, Lagrange. Ind.; 
minister. 

Hutchings, Benjamin Merle, Terre Haute, 
Ind.; physician. 

Iddings, Howard W., Namekagan, Wis. 

Rabb, Fred XarwIle, Custom House. Port- 
land, Ore.; grad. Wabash College, 1900; 
lawyer. Room 322 Custom House. 

Robinson, Edwin Meade, Hotel Mills. Huron 
Road, Cleveland, Ohio; grad. Wabash Col- 
lege. 1900, A. B.; newspaper and magazine 
writer in Indianapolis, Denver, New York 
and Cleveland; editorial writer. Cleveland 
L<eader 

Thomas, Harold Stone, 224 E. South St., 
Greenfield. Ohio; with sales department, 
The American Pad & Textile Company. 

1898 

Blederwolf, Charles Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
Ind.; trans, to Ohio Delta; Ind. Beta; sec- 
retary to Member of Congress. 

Brown, Walter Curt, 39 E. 32nd St., Indian- 
apolis. Ind.; traveling salesman. Century 
Biscuit Company. 

Davis, Cecil G., Thorntown, Ind.; teacher. 

Dubbs, Everett Edward, 3142 Aldis Ave., 
Indiana Harbor. Ind.; trans, to Ind. Delta; 
mgr. & treas., Indiana Harbor Lumber ft 
Coal Co.. Wat ling & Grapevine Sta. 



WABASH COLLEGE. 



167 



Stroh, Clarence W., 201 S. Walnut St., 
Crawfordsville, Ind.; real estate Investor. 

1899 

Brown, Clarence Franklin, Big: Rapids, Mich.; 
farmer. 

1900 

Miller, Joseph Silas, -2809 E. Washington 
St.. Indianapolis, Ind.; Journalist. 



Weimer, Joseph Q.. Toledo, Ohio: trans, to 
Ind. Delta; Wis. Alpha; with Toledo Blade. 
Blade." 



1901 

Bingham, Edmund Herbert, 2238 N. Meridian 
St.. Indianapolis. Ind.; member of Arm, 
publisher or The Bulletin, 450 Century 
Bldff. 



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INDIANA DELTA. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY, 

W. LAFAYETTE. INDIANA. 

FOUNDED JUNE 5, 1901. CHARTER MEMBERS: G. F. ENDI- 
COTT, C. n. DOOLEY, E. N. DASHIELL, J. W. DUTZ, E. W. WI- 
NANS, H. W. THIMER, E. E. YOUNGE^ K B. HENLEY,. J. H. 
BOUGHTON, C. C. HENLEY, J. HORNBROOK, F. HARSH AW, JR., 
C. A. NOTTINGHAM, L. E. ENDSLEY, R. K ADAMS, L C. DE- 
HAVEN, J. N. REYNOLDS, J. G. KIRBY, F. W. DENCER, S. W. HOD- 
GIN, B. C. WALDENMAIER, J. H. BERRYHILL, W. A. DRAKE, 
F. B. ERNST, E. MATLOCK, M. M. SMITH, L. W. HARRINGTON, 
R. H. KELLOGG, F.,H. CURTISS, F. L. COLE, G. W. ROSS AND S. C. 
ROWLAND. 



1901 

Adams, Roy E., 8 W Market St., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind.; with J. D. Adams. 

Berry, Omar Alford, 2214 Famam St., Daven- 
port, la.; civil engineer; asst. engineer, C, 
R. I. & P. Ry. 

Berryhili, John Hanna, 14 Washington Ave., 
Evansville, Ind.; supt. the Vulcan Plow 
Co. 

Boughton, Judson Hartwell, 3867 Washing- 
ton Blvd., St. Louis, Mo.; public utility en- 
gineering; secretary and treasurer National 
Light & Improvement Co., Pierce Bldg. 

Cole, 'Fred L., 527 Sixth Ave.. Clinton, la. 

Curtfss, F. Homer, Box 4040, West Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; B. S., Purdue University, 
1900; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 
1909; physician. 

Curtis, Ralph G., University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dashlell, Edward Noah, Farquhar Club, 
Wilmington, Ohio; engineer, Farquhar Fur- 
nace Co. 

DeHaven, 1. C, 625 State Life Bldg., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Dencer, Frederick William, 4046 N. Spring- 
field, Ave., Chicago, 111.; grad. Purdue 
University, B. S. in civil engineering; C. 
E.. 1901; engineer, Lassig plant, American 
Bridge Co., Wrightwood and Clybourn 
A.ves 

Dutz, John Walter, 158 N. Seventeenth St., 
East Orange, N. J.; telephone engineer. 
Western Electric Co.. 463 West St., New 
York City. 

Drake, William Allen, 2234 Hollywood Ave., 
Toledo, Ohio; mechanical engineer, with 
Rathbun Jones Engineering Co. 

Endlcott, G. F.; addres.s unknown. 

Endsiey, Louis Eugene, 815 N. Ninth, Lafay- 
ette, Ind.; associate professor of railway 



mechanical engineering, Purdue University. 
Ernst, Fritz B., 243 W, 102nd St., New York 

City; sales engineer, American Steel 

Foundries. 30 Church St. 
Harshaw, Frank, Jr., 1307 N, Fourteenth St., 

Lafayette, Ind.; chemist, Cuban American 

Sugar Co., Havana, Cuba. 
Henley, Clyde C, Carthage, Ind. 
Henley, Earie, 445 Sutter St., San Francisco, 

Cal.; care Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 
Hodgin, Simeon William, 918 Beatty Ave., 

Cambridge, Ohio; Pennsylvania Co., engi- 
neer maintenance of way. 
Hornbrook, John, Evansville, Ind. 
Kellogg, Rossiter, 666 Spadina Ave., Toronto, 

Canada; with Kellogg & Co., 196 King St. 
Kir by, Julius G.; address unknown. 
Lowe, H. Leiand, Carnegie Tech. Institute, 

Pittsburg, Pa.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 
Matlock, Ernest, Greenland, Mich.; cashier 

the Greenland Bank. 
McCann, George C, 508 Temple, Danville, 

111.; trans, to 111. Alpha; dental surgeon. 
Nottingham, Carl A., Muncie, Ind.; proprie- 
tor Muncle Kraut Co. 
O'Brien, Cornelius, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; asst. 

cashier Peoples National Bank. 
Reynolds, John N., 632 W. 150th St., New 

York City, N. Y. 
Ross, George W., Indiana Harbor, Mich.; 

salesman. 
Ross, James C, Lafayette, Ind. 
Rowland, Sam C, 504 E. Wabash. Craw- 

fordsvllle. Ind.; manager Crawfordsvllle 

Water & Gas Co. 
Shimer, Harry Woodworth, 414 Hugo St., 

San Francisco, Cal.; civil engineer; asst. 

engineer board of public works, 804 Me- 
chanics Bk. 
Smith, Melville Mlllington, Fredonia, Kan.; 

general superintendent and chief chemist. 

Fredonla Portland Cement Co. 



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159 



Waldenmaier, Benjamin Charles, 12 Randolph 
PI., N. W., Washington, D. C; grad. Pur- 
due University, 1899, B. S.; Instructor Pur- 
due University; clerk-examiner with U. S. 
Civil Service Commission. 

WInans, Earl W., 23 Forest Apartments, De- 
troit. Mich.; with Cadillac Automobile Co. 

Younge, Earl Edgar, 244 W. Twelfth St., An- 
derson. Ind. ; Purdue University; Harvard 
University; asst. cashier, Anderson Bank- 
ing Co. 

1902 

Bradley, Arthur Richmond, 203 Delaware St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; heating engineer, Kelsey 
Heating Co. 

Dooley, Channing Rice, 903 Center St., Wllk- 
Insburg, Pa.; president Casino Technical 
Night School; electrical engineer. Westing- 
house E. & M. Co.. East Pittsburg, Pa. 

Dunning, Marshall Barnett, 21 Ardmore St., 
Rochester, N. Y.; mason contractor, firm 
of Dunning & Glasser, 510 Exchange Place 
Bldg. 

Gates, S. E., Portland, Ore.; with General 
Electric Co. 

Haywood, {Marshall Earl, 914 Union St., La- 
fayette. Ind.; secretary and treasurer Burt- 
Haywood Co., publishers of Lafayette 
Morning Journal. 

Heggie, T. M., Joliet, 111. 

Keith, Harold Albert, 106 W. Douglas, Go- 
shen, Ind.; Elkhart county surveyor; en- 
gineer, St. Joseph Valley Railway co. 

Palmer, Roy Charles, 2116 N. Meridian St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; sales engineer. Chandler 
& Taylor Co. 

Rigley, James Garfield, 218 John St., Owosso, 
Mich.; manufacturer of furniture. 

Sweetman, A. H., 4550 St. Lawrence Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; electrical engineer. Cosmopol- 
itan Electric Co.. 115 Dearborn St. 

1903 

Hardy, W. A., Falloy. Nev. 

Kaylor, W. Q., 730 Fletcher Ave., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. 

Lamion, Harry Brown, Plumb St., Plymouth, 
Ind.; traveling salesman, Oliver Typewriter 
Co. 
*McCrea, James Craig, 19 The Wellington, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; sales engineer. Chandler 
& Taylor Co. 

Nichols, H. M., 3144 Passyunk Ave., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Noble, Robert P., Alexander Court, Portland, 
Ore.; northwest representative. Westing- 
house Air Brake Co. 

O'Brien, Daniel Bernard, 1722 Park St., 
Syracuse, N. Y.; engineer, O'Brien & Hol- 
lihan Contr. Co. 

Sheerin, Thomas DeSales, 1010 N. Pennsyl- 
vania St., Indianapolis, Ind.; purchasing 
agent, Indianapolis Traction & Terminal 
Co., 903 Traction Bldg. 

1904 

Conwell, Rollln NIchol, 1302 Columbia Road, 
Campbell, Don, Marlon, Ind. 

Washington, D. C; mechanical engineer, 

sewerage pumping station. 
Davis, William Simon, Welland, Ontario. 

Canada; secretary and treasurer Welland 

Stove Works, Ltd., Welland, Ont. 
DIven, William Albert, 1107 W. Eighth St., 

Anderson, Ind. 
Henderson, Ralph Whitson, Kokomo, Ind.; 

with the Dispatch. 
Kruse, Robert William, 611 N. Pennsylvania, 

Indianapolis, Ind.; with Kruse & Dewenter 

Co. 



Michael, George Edward, Minneapolis, Minn.; 

with Paper Mills Co. 
Sullivan, Thomas L., 503 N. Capitol Ave., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

1905 

Davis, Jr., Will J., Chicago, 111.; business 
manager Illinois Theater. 

Glasser, Frank C, Forest Lawn. N. T.; ma- 
son contractor, 621 Central Bldg., Roches^ 
ter, N. Y. 

Hall,' I. Q./ N. Meridian St.. Brazil, Ind.; 
secretary and president Hall Milling Co. 

Lazear, Weston Brose, 3146 Vernon Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; civil engineer on railroad con- 
struction, care C, M. & St. P. R. R., Te- 
koa. Wash. 

Patterson, J. T., 1237 N. Alabama St., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Patterson, R. C, care Toledo Times, Toledo, 
Ohio. 

Wilson, Cheyney Stevens, Toledo, Ohio; en- 
gineer, American Creosoting Co. 

1906 

Bailey, Robert Wllbank, 214 W. Twelfth St., 
Anderson, Ind.; mechanical engineering. 

Beshore, Harry Lee, 722 S. Branson St, 
Marion, Ind.; grad. Purdue tlniversity, B. 
S. in electrical engineering, 1909. 

Bradley, Ross Edward, 203 Delaware St., 
Syracuse I^ Y 

Dunlap, William Bell, Covington, Ind.; 
farming. 

FIffeld, Otto Glenn, Valparaiso. Ind. 

Holter, Albert Louis, 1733 Belmont Ave., 
Seattle. Wash.; city engineering depart- 
ment, city hall. 

Hutchens, Arthur Reed, 263 Farwell Ave., 
Iblilwaukee ^W^ls 

Newell, Hugh Jay, 521 S. Fifth St., Goshen, 
Ind.; with Newell Bros, dry goods store. 

Steffens, Walter Lloyd, Chicago, 111.; grad. 
Purdue University, '09. 

Thayer, George A., Greenfield, Ind. 

Verner, William Frank, 1443 Washtenaw 
Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Purdue Univers- 
ity, 1906, B. S., M. E.; instructor In draw- 
ing at Michigan University. 

White, Elwood Sanger, 614 Franklin St., 
Michigan City, Ind.; grad. Purdue Uni- 
versity, 1909; demonstrator, American Ra- 
diator Co., 282 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

1907 

Adams, William Ray, 2023 N. Alabama, In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; with J. D. Adams & Co., 
manufacturers of road machinery. 

Bassett, Henry Lee, 622 Franklin St., Co- 
lumbus, Ind.; trans, to Md. Alpha; Purdue 
University; Johns Hopkins University; now 
with Columbus Handle & Tool Co. 

Bliss, Harold Paul, 916 Market St., Logans- 
port, Ind. 

Drake, Orval Glenn, Portland, Ind. 

Klrkpatrlck, W. F., Clarks Hill, Ind.; 
farmer. 

Lazarus, Roy Gouid, 2102 N. Meridian St., 
Indianapolis. Ind. 

Neefus, Harold Clifford, 124 East Ave., Roch- 
ester N. Y. 

Weaver, Hart Neal, 1527 Michigan Ave., La- 
porte, Ind.; with Laporte Carriage Co. 

1908 

Bowman, Ford Charles, 527 W. Third St., 

Madison. Ind. 
FIfield, Clem Henry, Valparaiso, Ind.; civil 

engineer. 



160 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Gedge, Jr.. Burton Herbert, 337 W. Eleventh 

St., Anderson, Ind. 
Kendrick, William Henry, 217 W. Eighth St., 

Michigan City. Ind. 
Shaw, John Archibald, Sorsogon, Philippine 

Islands; United States civil engineer, in 

charge of the province. 

1909 

Gardner, Ralph GIfford, Eighteenth and York 
Sts.. Qulncy, 111. 

Harroll, Spencer, 2106 N. Pennsylvania, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Hook, Henry Raymond, R. R. No. 3, Laporte, 
Ind.; stocK raising and farming. 



Kerrigan, Robert Lee, 409 Washington St., 

Michigan City, Ind. 
McAllister, Paul John, MillvlUe. N. J. 
Moorman, Robert Johnson, 224 £. Arch St., 

Portland, Ind. 
Parks, Ralph Edward, 311 E. Seventh St., 

Michigan City, Ind. 
Rich, Frederick Dorr, 84 Prince St., Roches^ 

ter, N. Y. 
Stricier,'Dahi L., 1012 S. Boots St., Marion, 

Ind. 
Stunkard, William Perry, Brazil, Ind. 
Wilson, Hamilton, 529 Burns Ave., Wyoming, 

Ohio. 
Zeller, John Herr, 1116 N. Meridian, Brazil, 

Ind. 



ILLINOIS ALPHA. 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY. 

EVANSTON. ILLINOIS. 

FOUNDED IX 1864 BY CHARLES G. BRAGDON, B. F. ELBEKT, 
JOHN ELLIS, JAMES FRAKE, A. J. KESfNICOTT, J. B. McGUPFIN, 
WILLIAM H. MORRISON, CHARLES K. OFFIELD, MELVIN A. 
PINGREF^ R. D. SHEPPARD, M. C. SPRINGER, E. B. WHEELER. 



1864 

Bragdon, Charles Cushman, 601 E. Colorado 
St., Pasadena, Cal.: enlisted in Civil War, 
Co. F, 134th III. Inf.; teacher in Dickinson 
Seminary, 1865-67; president LaSalle Semi- 
nary, Auburndale, Mass., 1874. 

Elbert, George T., Albla, la.; trans, to III. 
Beta. 

Frake, James, 6159 Lexington Ave., Chicago, 
111.; lawyer, 88 LaSalle St. 

McGuflln, John Beatie, St. Charles, 111.; min- 
ister. 

Nebecker, Lucas, Wellington, Kan. 

Oflleld, Charles K., Chicago, 111.; trans, to Bl. 
Beta; patent attorney. Monadnock Bldg. 

Raymond, S. B., Auditorium Annex, Chicago, 
111.; former County Treasurer, Cook Coun- 
ty. III. 

Snyder, Charles Carroll, Riverside, 111.; min- 
ister 

Wheeler, Elbert Bartlett, Arlington Heights, 
111.; civil engineer. 

1865 

Bishop, Andrew Bloss, San Jose, Cal.; phy- 
sician. 

Foster, Alonzo D., Chicago, 111.; manufac- 
turer, G. F. Foster & Son Co., 171 Wash- 
ington St. 

Gray, William C, Rockford, 111.; minister. 

Lyford, Albert E., Port Byron, 111. 

1866 

Jeroloman, Theodore, Newark, N. J. 

1867 

Martin, J. E., Elk Grove, 111. 

Root, Charles Gardiner, Hinsdale, 111.; vice- 
president U. S. Gypsum Co.; vice-president 
Erie & Mich. Ry. Co., 200 Monroe St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

1868 

Burke, Edmund Wesley, 2016 W. Adams St., 
Chicago, 111.; Masters' Degree Northwest- 
ern University, 1870; lawyer, 140 Dearborn 

St. 



161 



Butterfleld, Willis, 620 S. State St., Belvldere, 
III.; physician. 

Cogshali, Smith M., Cherokee, Kan.; teacher; 
druggist. 

Needham, A. H., Oakland, Cal.; minister. 

Parks, Edward Lamay, 2468 6th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C; A. B., Northwestern 
University, 1873, A. M. 1876; B. D.. Garrett 
Biblical Institute, 1879, D. D. 1887; Instruc- 
tor in mathematics. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1873-79; president Simpson College. 
Indian ola, Iowa, '80 -'86; professor of sys- 
tematic theology. Gammon Theological 
Seminary, Atlanta, Ga., '86-'94; now pro- 
fessor of economics and political science, 
Howard I'niversity. 

Root, Zoiman Dana; address unknown. 

ScovilO Henry Thompson, 932 Hinman Ave., 
Evans ton, 111. 

Smith, Edward Jackson, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio; minister. 

Winsiow, T. C, Jacksonville, 111.; physician. 

1869 

Bundock, Samuel; address unknown. 

Grannis, F. C, Brickton, 111. 

Ingraham, H. F.; address unknown. 

Maxson, A., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Parrish, E. B., St. Joseph, Mich. 

Weston, Benjamin F., 2749 Dwightway, 

Berkeley, Cal. 
Winder, B. F.; address unknown. 

1874 

Parrish, Arza Guy, Emerson, Iowa; editor. 

1878 

Fischer, John Alonzo, Baltimore, Md.; Re- 
formed Episcopal minister. 

Hail, John N., Berwyn, 111.; pastor M. E. 
Church. 

Jordan, William Henry, 812 7th St.. S. E., 
Minneapolis, Minn.; professor in Simpson 
College; vice-president State Board of 
Regents. S. D.; national first vice-president 
Epworth League; pastor First M. E. 
Church; trans, to 111. Gamma. 



162 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Piper, Charles Edward, 3427 Oak Park Ave., 
Berwyn, 111.; gr&d. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, A. B. 1882, A. M. 1885. L.L.. B. 1888; 
President National Fraternal Congress, 
908-09; Supreme Scribe Royal League, 
1601 Masonic Temple, Chicago. III. 

Root, Charles Latimer, 212 S. 7th St.. Lyons, 
la.; grad. Northwestern University, *78, 
LL. B. '79; mayor Lyons. la., '90-*94; mem- 
ber 25th Iowa G. A.; captain Co. L. Ist 
Iowa, '93-'98; lawyer and real estate, Clin- 
ton, la., and Lyons, la. 



1882 

Graves, Charles O., Odell. 111. 

Henry, Alfred Hylas, Nob Hill, North Yaki- 
ma. Wash,; fruit raising and orchard de- 
velopment; president Henry Bros.. Inc. 

James, George Francis, 316 10th Ave., S. E., 
Sffinneapolis. Minn.; trans, to Mich. Alpha; 
dean College of Education, University of 
Minnesota. 

NInde, Edward Summerfleld, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; pastor of Ann Arbor M. E. Church. 



1879 

Andrews, Wllber Jerome, 3145 Berkeley Ave., 
Berwyn, IH.; real estate, 703 Chamber of 
Commerce, Chicago, 111. 

Brushlngham, John Patrick, 4703 N. Win- 
chester Ave., Chicago, III.; grad. North- 
western ITniversity, 1881, D. D.; clergyman; 
district supt. Chicago Northern District 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Harvey, James Daniel, 247 Home, Oak Park, 
111.; surveyor 

Horswell, Charles, Kenilworth, 111.; pastor 
Union Church. 

James, Edmund J., cor. Green and Wright, 
Urbana, 111.; president University of Illi- 
nois. 

Lacy, William Henry, 100 Woosung Road, 
Shanghai, China; grad. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, A. B., 1881; Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. S. T. B., 1883; Northwestern, A. M., 
also D. D. in 1906; in Wisconsin Conf. pas- 
torate, 1883-87; Foodchow. China, 1887- 
1902; professor in Anglo-Chinese College; 
in 1902 appointed manager Methodist Pub- 
lishing House in Shanghai, China. 

Matlock, Joseph Alexander, Chicago. CI. 

Merrill, Frank Warren, Peoria, III.; minis- 
ter. 

Pryor, John Henry, Ireton, la.; farmer. 

Solenberger, Amos Rufus, Colorado Springs, 
Colo.; physician. 



1880 

Clarke, William George, Chicago, 111.; prop. 
People's Institute Hotel, 866 W. Van Buren 
St. 

Crawford, William Henry, Meadville, Pa.; 
Northwestern University; professor of 
church history in Gammon School of The- 
ology, Atlanta, Ga.; president Allegheny 
College since 1905. 

Horswell, G. H., Kenilworth, 111. 

Mars, Gerhardt Cornell, 351 W. 2l8t St., New 
York City; Chair of EInglish, Univ. of So. 
Dakota, 1888-91; lecturer and writer. 



1881 

Axtell, Arthur Cowles, San Antonio, Tex. 

HIM, Joseph Henry, 928 Union, Emporia, 
Kan.; Northwestern Univ., A. B. 1886, 
A. M. 1889; professor of Latin, Kansas 
State Normal School; vice-president same, 
1906; president Kansas State Normal 
School, Emporia. 

McNaIr, Rush, Academy of Music, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

Schell, Edwin Allison, Harlan House, Mount 
Pleasant. la.: took Kirk prize at North- 
western University; pastor; author; lec- 
turer; president Iowa wesleyan University. 



1883 

Campbell, Frank James, 1202 3d Ave., S., 
Fargo, N. D.; physician, 606 Front St. 

Hanson, Judson W., Fargo, N. D. 

Humphreys, Willis Melvin, Muscatine, la.; 
commercial traveler. 

James, John Nelson, Benton Harbor, Mich.; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha; teacher. 

McLennan, William Etridge, 1623 Sunnyside 
Ave., Chicago, HI.; minister. 

Stewart, Charles Macauley, 621 Foster St., 
Evanston, 111.; editor "Northwestern Chris- 
tian Advocate," 610, 57 Washington St.. 
Chicago, 111. 



1884 

Abbey, Charles Peters, 1252 Norwood Ave.. 
Chicago, 111.; trans, to 111. Beta; master-in- 
chancery Superior Court of Cook County; 
lawyer; member firm of Buell & Abbey, 
Tribune Bldg. 

Bass, George Arthur, 17 St. Paul Road, Ard- 
more, Philadelphia. Pa.; vice-president Hy- 
draulic Press Brick Co., Philadelphia. 

Cleveland, John William, Sterling. HI.; trans, 
to Ind. Alpha; farmer. 

Clinton, DeWitt, Hampton, la.; minister. 

Little, Frank, Riverside, 111.; lawyer, 157 La- 
Salle St., Chicago. 

Thwing, Charles Burton, 5 Cresheim Road, 
Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa.; A. B., North- 
western University, "88; A. M., Ph. D., 
Bonn, 1894; instructor Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy, 1888-93; University of 
Wisconsin. 1894-96; professor of physics 
Knox college, 1896-1901; Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 1901-05; author; electrical pyrom- 
eters, 445 N. 5th St. 

Tuttle, William H., Berwyn. 111.; lawyer, 1208 
Ashland Block, Chicago. 111. 



1886 

Bass, Perkins Burn ham, 1027 Grove St., Ev- 
anston, 111.; real estate, Perkins B. Bass & 
Co., 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Blodgett, Frank H., 825 Court St., Janesville, 
Wis.; trans, to Wis. Gamma; merchant 
milling; president The Blodgett Milling Co. 

Dixon, George William, 2706 Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; presidential elector, First dis- 
trict Illinois, 1908; member Gov. Yates* 
staff from 1903-1907; Illinois State senator. 
First district. 1903-1907; vice-president and 
treasurer Arthur Dixon Transfer Co., 299 
5th Ave. 

Graves, Charles Stephen, 1450 Sherman Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; lawyer, 110 LaSalle SL, Chi- 
cago, III. 

Hall, WInfleld Scott, Berwyn, 111.; North- 
western University; Harvard University; 
University of Pennsylvania; professor biol- 



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ogy Haverford Collegre, Pennsylvania; 
Ph. D.. Lelpslc University, 1895; author; 
professor of physiology Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Chlca«;o. 

Herben, Stephen Joseph, 1943 Orrlnffton Ave., 
Bvanston, 111.; editor "The Epworth 
Herald," 57 Washington St., Chlcagro. HI. 

Lyman, Nathan Adelbert, Lansing, Mich.; 
banking. 

Perley, Lyman Ormond, West Dodge and 
Falracres Road, Omaha, Neb.; lawyer, 
Brandels BIdg. 

Weir, Samuel, 310 McCabe St., Mitchell, S. 
D.; Northwestern University, A. B., 1889; 
Garrett Biblical Institute; University of 
Jena. Ph. D., 1895; University of Lelpslc; 
professor of Greek and Latin, Southwest- 
em College; instructor In mathematics. 
Northwestern University; professor in New 
York University; vice-president Dakota 
Wesleyan University; now vice-president 
and dean of the School of Education. 

1886 

Alabaster, Francis Asbury, 522 E. 19th, Uni- 
versity Place, Neb.; Northwestern Uni- 
versity. A. B. '90, A. M. '98; University of 
Nebraska; professor of Greek and Latin, 
Nebraska Wesleyan University. 

Grler, James Parkinson, 1016 Lake St., Ev- 
anston. 111.; Northwestern University, 
A. B.. LL. B. 1892, A. M. 1893; lawyer. 

Humphrey, Wirt E., 2129 Sherman Ave., Ev- 
anston. 111.; Northwestern Liberal Arts, 
1890; Law, 1892; master-in -chancery Supe- 
rior Court since 1893; U. S. commissioner 
since 1895; lawyer. 1311 Ashland Block, 
Chicago. 

Springer, George Ward, Chicago, 111.; asst. 
business manager Chicago University, 
1204, 206 LaSalle St. 

Taliaferro, Samuel Walker, Roseville, Dl.; 
banker; cashier First National Bank. 

1887 

Alabaster, John Lewis, 719 Noyes St., Evans- 
ton, 111.; secretary and treasurer The Cax- 
ton Co. (school furniture). Chicago. 

Dempsey, Walter Archibald. 255 Patchen 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; in Quartermaster's 
Dept., Governor's Island, N. Y. Harbor. 

Maltman, Stewart Alexander, Ponce, Porto 
Rico* la^?7ver 

Moulding, Thomas Clarkson, 1004 Greenwood 
Ave., Wllmette, HI.; brick manufb^ctuiing, 
1202 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Chicago. 

1888 

Bucks, Charles Henry, Aurora, 111. 

Dixon, Thomas John, 3132 Calumet Ave.. 

Chicago. 111.; teaming. 
Harvey, Edwin Lawrence, 1473 Washington 

Blvd., Chicago, HI.; care Harvey & Mc- 

Gulre, 99 Van Buren St. 
Terry, Daniel Webster, Cazenovla, N. Y.; 

senior professor Cazenovla Seminary, chair 

Latin and Greek. 
Ward, Ellas Wilbur, Sheridan, 111.; M. E. 

minister. 

1889 

Bellows, John Austin, Kenil worth. 111.; edu- 
cational publisher; president Bellows Bros. 
Co.; president Interstate School of Corre- 
spondence. 

Oates, James Franklin, 626 Library St., E^r- 
anston. 111.; insurance. 

Yount, Joseph Sterling, 523 W. 63d St., Chi- 
cago. 111.; physician. 



1890 

Abel, Almon Clarence, Chicago, Bl.; minis- 
ter. 

Bass, James Kelly, 1027 Grove St., Kvans- 
ton. 111.; manufacturing electrical motors; 
mgr. and treas., 1121-3 Washington Blvd., 
Chicago. 

Cole, Joseph Harrison, Ocean Park, Cal. 

Ericsson, John Mark, St. John's rectory, 
Yonkers, N. Y.; Kirk prize in oratory, 1894; 
rector St. John's Church. 

Ewing, William McDonald, 367 Maple Ave., 
Aurora, 111.; minister. 

Walz, John Albrecht, 13)4 Hilllard St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; A. B., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1892; Ph. D., Harvard, 1897; asst. 
professor of German, Harvard University. 

Young, Jared Wilson, 223 W. Huron St., Chi- 
cago, m. 

.1891 

Emmett, Burton Ellis, 165 Ogden Ave., Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; advance agent for BYoh- 
man's Theatrical Co. 

Moulding, Joseph Watklns, 5453 Lakewood 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; brick manufacturing, 
1202 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Myers, Clifford Lincoln, New Carlisle, Ohio; 
minister. 

Parkes, Charles Herbert, 1904 Lincoln Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; physician. 

1882 

Bell, Burton Blake, Harvard, 111. 

Oberne, John Edmond, 900 Temple Ave., 

Knoxvllle, Tenn.; manufacturing tanning 

extract. 

1893 

Burt, William Grlswold, 1423 Chicago Ave., 
Evaneton. 111.; traveling agent for Mar- 
shall Field & Co., Chicago. 

1894 

Congdon, Harry Ernest, Blaine, Wash.; 

farmer. 
Craven, Alfred, 310 S. State St., Elgin, 111.; 

lawyer. 204 Dearborn St., Chicago. 
Quackenbush, Edward Boynton, 280 N. Lake 

St., Aurora, 111.; lawyer, 53 S. Broadway. 

1895 

Craven, Henry William, Asbury and Emer- 
son, Evanston, 111.; Insurance agent. 

Relmers, Frederick Weyerhaeuser, Rock 
Island. 111. 

Scott. Charles Reuben, Belvldere, 111.; phy- 
sician. 

1896 

Burchard, Ernest Francis, 1313 K St., N. W-, 
Washington, D. C; B. S.. Northwestern; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 1900; M. S.. 1903: instruc- 
tor chemistry* Sioux City, la.; Wisconsin 
Oeol. & Nat. Hi«t. Survey; U. S. Geol. 
Survey; mining geologist I'. S. Geological 
Survey. 

Holmes, Daniel Jonathan, Chicago, 111.; with 
Ma r«* hall Field & Co. 

Holmes, Ralph William, 823 Hinman Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; Instructor and registrar AK 
Institute. Chicago. 

Longpre, Elmer Leon, 274 Bourbonnais, Kan- 
kuKee. 111.; grad. of American School of 
Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo., 1901; oste- 
oi;athic physician, 194 Court St. 



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PHI KAFPA PSI FRATERXlTr. 



1214 Green leaf. 



1152 Lawrence 
reader Chicagro 



McKlnnie, Ralph Renwick, 

Evanston. III. 
McQuioQr Frederick Willis, 

Ave., Chicagro, 111.; copy 

American. 
Raymond, Jules Norton, 1706 Wilson Ave., 

Chicago. 111.; managing partner The E. L. 

Ewing Co., 3223 Sheffield Ave. 

1897 

Bangs, Hal Crumpton, Sheridan Road, Glen- 
coe. 111.; grad. Yale Law School, 1903; law- 
yer; member firm of Mayer, Meyer, Aus- 
trian &. Piatt, 125 Monroe St., Chicago. 

Beard, Charles George, Sterling, 111.; phy- 
sician. 

Boner, Charles Clarence, 911 Greenleaf, Ev- 
anston, III.; chemist. 

Crissman, Ralph Maclay, 305 Hill St., Ga- 
lena, 111.; grad. Illinois College; McCormick 
Theological Seminary, 1903; pastor First 
Pre.sbyterian Church. 

Dayne, Frank Holcombe, North Yakima, 
Wash. 

Eckstorm, Royce Paul, 838 Crescent Place, 
C^hlcago, 111.; circulation manager Chicago 
Journal. 

Little, Harry Franklin, Goodland, Ind. 

Loomis, Fred Leon, Fort Dodge, la.; trans, 
to Mich. Alpha; with A. R. Loomis, whole- 
sale poultry, eggs and butter. 

White, Will Fremont, 232 E. Jasper Ave., 
lOdmonton. Alberta, Canada; instructor 
military academy, 1901-02; professional 
baseball. 1902-07; retail cigar business. 

1898 

Butler, Albert Edwin, 1509 Chicago Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; served with First Cavalry, 
Illinois Volunteers, Spanish-American War; 
captain, ordnance officer and inspector of 
rifle practice, First Cavalry, Illinois Na- 
tional Guards; owner A. E. Butler & Co., 
.stocks and bonds, 240 LaSalle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Stone, Vincent, 1063 Ainslie St.. Chicago, 
III.: dry goods road sales manager, 200 
Adams St. 

Trefz, Julius John, 1001 N. Limestone, Sprlng- 
fieM, Ohio; with the International Har- 
vester Co.. Champion Works. 

Trelease, Justin P., Sheldon, 111.; merchant. 

1899 

Balmer, Edwin, 1045 HoUj'wood Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.: grad. Northwestern Acad., '99; 
A. B.. Northwestern University, '02; A. M., 
Harvard, '03; author and short story 
writer 

Ling, John Thornhlll, Wllmette, 111.; west- 
ern manager Lincoln Waterproof Cloth 
Co., First National Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

MacDonald, George Alan, Chicago, Dl.; sport- 
ing editor Chicago Journal. 

Nash, Walter Dudley, 50 Woolson St., Mat- 
tapan. Mass.; adv. manager, 151 Tremont 
St.. Boston. 

Piper, William Fioromond, 4926 45th Ave.. 
So., Seattle. Wash.; asst. to gen. mgr., rail- 
way equipment, structural steel, etc., Low- 
man Bldg. 

Porter, Francis Gates, 921 Buena Ave.. Chi- 
cago. 111.; pres. and gen. mgr., 168 Michi- 
gan Ave. 

1900 

Deal, Don West, 210 W. South Grand Ave., 
Springfield, 111.; surgeon, 408 Ferguson 
Bldg. 



Johnson, Earle Freeman, Wllmette, 111.; care 
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 

Konsberg, Edgar Theodore, 412 Lake St., 
Chicago, 111.; of B. T. Konsberg & Co., 
stock and bond brokers, 240 LaSalle St. 

Lemen Denny Price, 3200 Dupont Ave., S., 
Minneapolis, Minn.; with N. W. Fire & 
Marine Insurance Co. 

Miller, Jr., George Curtis, 82 W. 6th St., 
Peru. Ind.; with firm of George C. Miller 
& Sons. 

Stanbery, Frank, 1410 Chicago Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111.; insurance, St. Louis, Mo. 

Young, William Sanborn, 1417 Hinman Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; Board of Trade, 169 Jack- 
son Blvd., Chicago. 

1901 

Balmer, Julius P., 1327 Hollywood Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; advertising representative But- 
terick Publishing Co., 1433 First National 
Bank Bldg. 

Hurlbut, Edwin Ahnefeldt, Mansfield. Ohio; 
sales agent Ohio Brass Co., 100 Surrey 
Road. 

Kimball, Dorr Edwin, 2328 Park Pi., Evans- 
ton, 111.; printer. Kimball Press. 

Newman, Frank Rogers, 654 N. Central Ave., 
Austin. 111.; trav. frt. agt. M. C. R. R., 715 
Monadnock Block, Chicago. 

Rogers. Oliver M., 408 E. First St., Dixon, 
111.; printer; manager Rogers & Owen Co. 

1902 

Collman, Frederick A., 518 Cliurch, Evans- 
ton. 111.: salesman, commercial paper. 

Craven, Edward Stanley, 4742 Sheridan 
Road. Chicago, 111.; with F. A. Hardy & Co. 

Fansler, Dean S., 168 Nueva, Ermita. Manila, 
Philippine Islands; teacher Philippine Nor- 
mal School. 

Ferry, Albert Montague, 1247 Hinman Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; trans, to Wis. Alpha; west- 
ern mgr. Cement Age, 1502 Tribune Bldg., 
Chicago. 

Hamilton, Harry David, Seattle. Wash. 

Kaufmann, Gustav Leonard, 934 Center St., 
Chicago. 111.; trans, to 111. Beta; B. S., 
I'niversity of Chicago, 1906; M. D., Rush 
Medical College, 1908; physician and sur- 
geon. 

Moore, George Albert, 2131 Orrington Ave., 
Evanston, HI.; asst. mgr. Chicago branch 
I'. S. Heater Co., 34 Dearborn St., Chi- 
cago. 

Slocum, John AInsile, 2238 Kenmore Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; mgr. Furniture Dept C. F. 
Adams Co. 

Smith, Frank Eugene, Hotel Maze, Modesto. 
Cal.; real estate, 813% 10th St. 

1903 

Sawyer, Walter Amos, Mar>'sville. Ohio; in- 
surance; special agent Springfield F. & M. 
Insurance Co. of Springfleld, Mass., Hoster 
Block, Columbus, Ohio. 

Springer, Isaac Ellhu, Hartford. Conn. 

Wescott, James Barney, Lacon, III.; lawyer. 

1904 

Finley, George Alvin, Sugar Grove, 111.; mgr. 
Washburn -Crosby Co., 510 Jollet National 
Bank. Joliet. 111. 

Hosick, Harry Newell, Portland, Ore.; trans, 
to Mich. Alpha; of H. N. Hosick & Co., 
bonds. Couch Bldg. 

Johns, George A., Parkinson Hotel, Okmul- 
gee, Okla.; lawyer; real estate, oil and 
gas. 



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165 



Lyon, Edward R., 505 Elmwood Ave., Joliet, 
III.; western adv. office "Hampton's Maga- 
zine," 1638 Tribune Bldg.. Chicago. 

Morris, Jr., F. Thomas, 2486 N. Paulina St, 
Chicago. III.; member firm of Morris & Son. 

Weaver, Bruce Stevens, The Hattersley, To- 
ledo, Ohio. 

1905 

Collyer, Frank Peter, 524 Hill St.. Wllmette, 

III.; commission merchant, 210 S. Water 

St.. Chicago. 
Green, Albert Baker, 2328 Central St, Ev- 

anston. 111. 
Morgan, George Gurnea, 710 College Ave., 

Wheaton, 111. 
Odeil, Francis Iglehart, 112 Powell Ave., 

Evansville. Ind.; reporter EvansviUe Press. 
Pool, Lloyd Herbert, Raymond. S. D.; 

cashier The Raymond State Bank. 
Pruitt, Raymond 8., 4907 Kenmore Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; trans, to Ind. Alpha. 
Shaver, Harry Lloyd, 1290 Winthrop Ave., 

Chicago. Dl.; lawyer, 503 Ashland Block. 
Strattan, Chauncey Lawder. 918 Taylor Ave., 

Mt Vernon, 111.; clerk, hardware, 104 N. 

Ninth St 

1906 

Crawford. John, Freeport. 111.; druggist 
Mamer, Jacob George; address unknown. 
Pace, Charles Anderson, 4806 N. Paulina St., 

Chicago. III. 
Smith, Ern«st Dalley, 212 E. Wabash. Craw- 

fordsville, Ind.; pastor First Methodist 

Church. 
Stebblngs, Harry Eugene, Park Ridge, 111.; 

civil engineer; draftsman. Room 1110 Mo- 

nadnock Block, Chicago. 
Taylor, Chester HIgbee, 5538 Kenmore Ave., 

Chicago. 111.; with Halsey Drug Co. 
Vail, Karl V., 1444 Wilson Ave., Chicago, DL 
Wessling, Homer L., 718 Clark St., Evanston, 

111. 

1907 

Beale, Robert Lee, 2043 Sherman Ave., Ev- 
anston, 111. 

Blades, William Fletcher, 424 W. 5th St, 
Dubuque. la. 

Brown, Lothrop Lee, 1213 Michigan Ave.. 
Evanston, 111.; real estate sales agent, 681 
Davis St. 

Clapp, C. Russell, 1512 Chicago Ave., Evans- 
ton. 111. 

Collyer, Alfred Clarence, 524 Hill St. Wil- 
mette. 111.; commission business, 210 South 
Water St., Chicago. _ 

Cromer, Charles E., McKaig Ave., Troy, 
Ohio. _ ^ 

Gunder, Jeane Daniel, 1809 Sheridan Road, 

Chicago, 111, 



Hedge, Harry Malcome, 847 Winthrop Ave.. 

Chicago, 111.; treas.-sec'y- Hedge Pub. Co., 

Edgewater, 111. 
Mamer, Peter John, Odell, 111. 
Marvin, Charles Edward, Portland, Ore.; real 

estate. 418 Swetland Bldg. 
Moore, William Warren, 2131 Orrington Ave., 

Evanston. 111. 
Piper, Robert Gregory, Berwyn, m. 
Roberts, Ralph Roscoe, Waterman. 111. 
Wynne, Lloyd, 959 N. Park Ave., Chicago, 

Ji*Xm 

1908 

Church, Ralph Edwin, Catlin, DL; North- 
western University, LL. B. and M. A., 1909; 
lawyer; with Knapp & Campbell, 700 Com- 
mercial Nat'l Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

Collman, Milton George, 206 S. Hamilton St, 
Madison, Wis. 

Currey, Hiram Wlibern, 1101 W. Franklin 
St.. Evansville, Ind. 

Hartman, Raymond Francis, 2497 N. Ashland 
Ave.. Chicago, 111.; salesman P. F. Oil 
Water-Rooflng Co., 118 Michigan St 

Smith, Hassel Wendell, Princeton, Ind. 

Starnes, William D., 2035 Sherman Ave., Ev- 
anston, 111.; sec'y and treas. Kittleman 
I.eather Co. 

1909 

Carson, William Andrew, 3301 Winfield Ave., 
Kerwyn, 111.; mercantile business. 

Fansler, Ralph Lee, 1812 Asbury Ave., Ev- 
anston. 111. 

Harraden, Charles Gordon, 3506 Oak Park 
Ave.. Berwyn, 111. 

Haviiand, James Thomas, 514 Downer Place, 
Aurora. 111. 

McDonald, A. Ray, Odell, 111. 

Odell, Carl Luther, 624 W. 2d St., Waterloo, 
la. 

1910 

Andrews, Jerome Edron, 3145 Berkeley Ave., 

Berwyn. 111. 
Bellows, Dale Edwin, Marysville, Mo., R. 

F. D. 7. 
Bellows, Harold Honnold, 402 W. First St., 

Marysville, Mo. 
Curtis, Ross, Evanston. HI. 
Click, Carl C, 411 State St., Marshalltown, 

la. 
Haviiand, Fred Hobart, 514 Downer Place, 

Aurora. 111. 
Krauss, Paul Hartzell, 1051 Waveland, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Pearson, Oliver Wendall, Argyle, 111. 
Rosweil, Glen Curtiss, 1433 Berteau Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 



ILLINOIS BETA. 

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. 

CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. 

FOUNDED IX 1865 BY DANIEL C. ELBEBT, D. B. BUTLEK, A. D. 

POSTER AND CHARLES K. OFFIELD. 



1865 

Bosworth, Alfred, Highland & Woodland 
Aves.. Elgin. III.; retired. 

Butler, DIgby Bell, Frankfort, Mich.; lumber. 

Dibbeil, Dorrance, Joliet, III.; Judge Appel- 
late Court. 

Foster, Alonzo D., Chicago, 111.; manufac- 
turer, 174 Madison St. 

Savage, Edward Payson, 1136 E. Minnehaha 
St., St. Paul, Minn.; minister. 



1866 

Bosworth, William Eugene, Elgin, 111. 

Ferguson, Virgil S., Sterling. 111.; lawyer. 

Gregory, Henry A., Morris, 111. 

Hostetter, Abram B., Mt. Carroll, 111.; stock 
raiser. 

Lett, Edward Lloyd, Morris, 111. 

McConnell, John C, Chicago, 111.; real estate, 
189 LaSalle St. 

Miner, Joel Ambrose, 908 Mary St., Ann Ar- 
bor. Mich.; book publisher. 

Neighbor, Robert Edward, 116 Walnut St., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; minister. 

Pike, Joshua, Jerseyville, III.; principal of 
High School. 

Taylor, Elbert Oxiah, 95 Colbery Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass.; minister. 



1867 

Leslie, Robert, Jr., Grants Pass, Ore.; min- 
ister. 

Osgood, Edward C, Indianapolis, Ind.; book- 
keeper. 

Pray, Thoron B., Stevens Point, Wis.; pro- 
fessor. 

Skinner, Aaron Nichols, "The Alabama,*' 
Washington. D. C; professor of mathe- 
matics. United States Navy, rank of com- 
mander. 

Whitman, Frank Spencer, 218 S. State St, 
Belvidere. HI.; physician, 429 S. State St. 



1868 

Blake, Byron Bradbury, Racine, Wis. 
Lee. Elon Nelson, 304 N. Wilson, Webster 
City, la.; lumber dealer. 



Levering, Frank IHoward, LaFayette, Ind.; 

missionary in India. 
Wood, N. E., Wyocena, Wis. 



1880 

King, Richard Samuel, 6220 Ellis Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111.; mines & mining promotion, 209 
State St. 

LattIn, G. W., Paw Paw. 111. 

Perrlne, Samuel Alden, Assam, Asia; mis- 
sionary. 

Scott, William R., Hals ted, Kans. 

Seward, Ora Philander, Mattawan, Mich.; 
University of Chicago. 1881, A. B.; LL.B., 
1883; attorney. Omaha. Nebr., 1885-1890; 
teaching & study, 1890-01; Ph.D. M. of 
Chicago, 1899; farming. 1901-09. 

Stone, Edward Thomas, 3156 Columbus Ave.. 
Minneapolis. Minn.; graduate Chicago Uni- 
versity, 1882; purchasing agent, Minneap- 
olis, St. Paul & S. S. Marie Ry. 

Swartout, Frederick RIcker, West Superior, 
Wis. 

Terry, Lee Walton, 702 S. Fife St., Tacoma, 
Wash.: supt of State Missions in West 
Washington (Baptist). 

Turner, Perry LeRoy, Elkhart. Ind.; lawyer. 

Walker, Robert L., Brenham. Kans.; lawyer. 

Welnschenk, Lucius, 79 4th Ave., New York, 
N. Y.; lawyer. 



1881 

Anderson, Elbridge Roberts, 45 Milk St., Bos- 
ton, Mass.; lawyer. 

Anderson, Frederick Lincoln, 53 Lake Ave., 
Newton Center, Mass.; A. B., University of 
Chicago. 1882; A. M., 1885; Baptist Univ. 
Theo. Seminary, B. D.. 1888; D. D.. Brown 
Univ.. 1904.; Berlin Univ., Germany, 1904-5; 
professor of N. T. Interpretation. Newton 
Theological Institution. 

Crawford, John H., 2117 Glenwood Ave., To- 
ledo, Ohio; Preparatory Dept., University 
of Chicago; old University of Chicago; 
crushed stone business, firm of Crawford 
& Tarbell, Room 46, Colonnade Bldg., To- 
ledo. 

Griffith, Jr., Allan Ayrault, East Orange, 
N. J.; 16 Mulford St. 

Johnson, F. McNair, McConnellsburg, Pa.; 
lawyer. 



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TopplnOf James Parson, 136 W. Western 
Ave., Muskegon. Mich.; real estate agent. 

1882 

Elsdon, James QUbert, 6401 Normal Blvd., 
Chicago. Ill,; graduate University of Chi- 
cago, 1886; lawyer, 119 Monroe St. 

Gelger, Clement Laird, New York City, N. Y.; 
care Dramatic News. 

Henson, Charles Weber, Chicago, 111.; printer, 
373 Dearborn St. 

Kruse, James Q., Crelghton. Nebr.; real es- 
tate. 

Lingle. David Judson, 1017 E. 54th Place. 
Chicago, 111.; professor Physiology, Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

Short, Omar Burgess, Chicago, 111. 

Thoms, George, Copp, S. D. 

1883 

Buzzell, Edgar Augustus, 6136 Ellis Ave., 
Chicago, 111.;, lawyer, firm of Holden & 
Buzzell. 901 Hartford Bldg. 

Coy, Lincoln Manchester, 3966 Lake Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; elected treasurer of Frater- 
nity in 1904; lawyer. 79 Dearborn St. 

Manss, William Henry, 4008 Sheridan Road, 
Chicago, 111.; head of the National Wool 
Warehouse & Storage Co., 77 Jackson 
Blvd.; trans, to Nebr. Alpha; then to Ohio 
Beta. 

Thoms, Craig S., Vermillion, S. D.; trans, 
to 111. Alpha; grdd. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1888; Union Theo. Seminary, 1891; 
A. M., Northwestern. 1891; Ph.D., Shurt- 
leff, 1901; pastor, First Baptist Church. 

1884 

Brockway, Guy, 1027 10th Ave., Spokane, 
Wash.; counsel to attorneys, 430 The Rook- 
ery, Spokane. 

Coniey, George Lewis, Blair. Nebr.; trans, 
to 111. Alpha; pastor First Baptist Church. 

Marsh, James Gorton, 3231 Vernon Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; lumber salesman. 

1885 

Bushnell, Carl Caleb, 4141 Lowell Ave., Chi- 
cago. 111.; general building contractor, 81 
5th Ave. 

Mabie, Abram Emmons, 6017 Jefferson Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; trans, to 111. Alpha; lawyer, 
811-12 Ashland Block. 

Street, J. V., Cambridge 111. 

Templeton, Fred, 516 36th St.. Chicago, 111.; 
secv Packinir Co 

Whipple, , William Levi, 105 East 20th St., 
Cheyenne. Wyo.; cashier Stock Growers' 
Natl. Bank. 

1886 

Topping, Wendell, 1801 Melrose St.. Chicago. 
111.; real estate, farm lands, 99 Washing- 
ton St. 

1887 

Weddell, Thomas Robinson, 82 North Lin- 
coln St., Hinsdale, 111.; insurance editor 
Chicago Record -Herald; editor and man- 
ager Insurance Post, 510 Royal Insurance 
Bldg., Chicago. 

1890 

Wardie, James Francis, Bloomlngton, 111.; 
merchant. 



1893 

Choliar, Wilbur Thomas, 48 Babcock St., 

Brookline, Mass. 
Dibell, Charles Dorrance, 1105 Cass St, 

JoUet. 111.; lawyer, 208 Cutting Bldg. 

1894 

Campbell, John Tyler, Topeka, Kans. 

Campbell, Jos. White, Joliet, 111.; care 
Briggs & Campbell. 

Coy, Harry irus, 7438 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 
111.; secy. & treas. Stevenson Grocery Co.. 
208-10 92nd St.. Chicago. 

Hall, James Samuel, Norfolk. Va. 

Howard, Harry C, 301 Elm St., Kalamazoo, 
Mich.; University of Chicago, 1895; ad- 
mitted to bar, 1896; city attorney of City 
of Kalamazoo, Mich., 1901-04; lawyer, 303 
Kalamazoo Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Lee, Maurice Brown, 1805 Main St., Dubuque, 
Iowa; with Rider- Wallls Co. 

1895 

Curtiss, John Chrlstlleb, Chicago. 111.; de- 
partment manager, 7 W. Randolph St. 

Durand, Herbert Casslus, Chicago, HI.; city 
editor, Chicago Daily News. 

Gleason, Fred Brockway, San Francisco, 
Cal.; care Western Electric Co. 

Johnson, Jr., Franklin, Rochester, N. Y.; 
care Theol. Seminary. 

Lewis, Eugene Richards, 1268 Locuet St.. 
Dubuque, Iowa; physician. 

Ryan, Eugene, 1375 Locust St., Dubuque, 
Iowa; care Farley Loetscher Company. 

Schraudenbach, Harry Mills, 3748 Maple Sq. 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; with Chicago Exam- 
iner. 

Smith, Arthur Ford, 5626 Kimbark Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; salesman. 

1896 

Cavanagh, Waiter James, 352 Chicago St., 
Kenosha, Wis.; asst. sales manager, Sim- 
mons Mfg. Co. 

Howard, John Andrew, Dowaglac, Mich.; 
with Est. of P. D. Beckwith, stove and fur- 
nace mfgs. 

Hoyne, Thomas Temple, Maywood, 111,; writer 
and editor. 

Parker, Harry Caldwell, 1603 N. Meridian 
St.. Indianapolis, Ind.; M. D., Harvard, 
1901; resident Ophthalmic surgeon Massa- 
chusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, Boston; 
Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Indi- 
ana University School of Medicine; physi- 
cian, Board of Trade Bldg. 

Thomas, Frederick Bradley, 1214 E. 46th St., 
Chicago. 111.; bond salesman. 

Walsh, John James, 6227 Madison Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; salesman, American Glue Co., 
150 W. KInzle St. 

1897 

Baldwin, Francis, Park Ridge. 111.; care 
Claim Dept., Chicago Telephone Co., 197 
Washington St., Chicago. 

Foilansbee, Aianson, 2342 Indiana Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; business, 414. 205 LaSalle St. 

Hakes, Otto F., Dunkirk, N. Y.; vlce-pres. 
U. S. Radiator Co. 

Pettit, Milton Howard, 488 Prairie Ave.. 
Kenosha, Wis.; secy. M. H. Pettit Malting 
Co. 

Richards, Clarence Whittler, Dubuque, la.; 
I'nlversity of Chicago, 1901, A. B.; tennis 



168 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



championship Western Inter-CoUe^ate; 
with Carr, Ryder & Adams, 15th & Locust 
Sis. 

Sais, Fred, 2136 W. Monroe St.. Chicago, 111.; 
lawyer, 1414 Fort Dearborn Bids.; master- 
in-chancery. Circuit Court of Cook County. 

Stnirpe, Walter Stakes, Decatur, 111.; physi- 
cian. 

Snitzler, James McCllntock, 4811 Sheridan 
Road, Chicago, III. 

Southard, Dan Brouse, 1021 E. 45th St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

1898 

Barnes, Chester David, 366 Prairie Ave., 

Kenosha. Wis.; University of Chicago; 

lawyer. First Natl. Bank Bldg. 
Garcelon, Albert Bertram, Los Angeles, Cal.; 

lawyer. 332 Mason Bldg. 
Page, Roy, 127 Flore St.. Peoria, 111.; music 

business; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 
Ross, Parke, 836 Sherman Ave.. Evanston, 

111.; treas. McCalla-Ross Co., Chicago, 111. 
Swift, Dean, Denver, Colo.; paper business. 

1899 

Biethan, Clarence Brettien, Seattle. Wash.; 
editor, "The Seattle Times." 

Jacobs, Charles Pelton, New York City, 
N. Y.; care Outing Pub. Co. 

Johnson, William F., 3261 Farnam St., 
Omaha. Nebr.; manager. Woodman Lin- 
seed Oil Works. 17th & Izard Sts. 

Johnston, William Walter. 1017 K. 59th St., 
Chicago. 111.; lawyer, 140 Dearborn St. 

Sneli, Arthur Veeder, 1024 W. 19th St., Okla- 
homa City, Okla.; lawyer, 315-316 Campbell 
Bldg. 

Young, Howard S., 1818 N. Capitol Ave., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; lawyer, Lemcke Bldg. 

1900 

Neptune, Carl Irwin, Denver, Colo.; with 
American Steel & Wire Co. 

Neptune, Richard Cours, 872 Polk St., Mem- 
phis. Tonn. 

Randle, Hanson F., 4339 Drexel Blvd., Chi- 
cago, 111.; broker. Councilman Bldg. 

Raymond, Jr., Henry Ingle, 2310 Park Ave., 
Indianapolis. Ind.; salesman. 30 S. Penn. St. 

VanVelsor, Harry H. S., Kspanola Apart- 
ments. Spokane. Wash.; investment securi- 
ties. Paulsen Bldg.. president First Natl. 
Bank of Quincy, Wash. 

1901 

Brooks, William Atwood, Tonkawa, Okla.; 

banking. 
Dowrey, Edgar Juilen, Colorado Springs, 

Colo. 
Johnson, Howard White, 5S35 Monroe Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 
Meyers, William Chambers, 3459 Walnut St., 

Philadelphia, Pa.; manager Hydraulic 

Dept., Tacony Iron Co.. Tacony. Pa. 
Neptune, Joseph Charles, 872 Park Ave., 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Volk, Robert, Mt. Clair, 111.; bond salesman, 

Farwell Trust Co. 
Woods, Edward G., 441 48th Place. Chicago, 

111.; lawyer, 409 Rector Bldg. 

1902 

BrodI, Juilen LaFayette, 314 Front St.. Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; linseed products, Special U. S. 
Envoy abroad. 



Fraunfeltcr, Clare Efwin, 435 S. Market St.. 
Canton. Ohio; physician. 

Haarvlg, Lawrence Mortimer, 2397 Clarendon 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; agent. Travellers Insur- 
ance Co., 125 Monroe St. 

Hibberd, Wilbur Carl, 2233 East Main St., 
Richmond, Ind.; Pres. Burr, Patterson & 
Co., Detroit. Mich.; Pres. Arcade Amuse- 
ment Co., Richmond, Ind.; handle mort- 
gage loans for Dickinson Trust Co. 

Hopkins, Jr., Albert Jarvis, 6020 Washing- 
ton Ave.. Chicago, 111.; insurance, 710, 206 
LaSalle St. 

Lutz, Charles A., Park Ridge, 111.; in U. S. 
Navy. 

McAdoo, Alfred Hoyle, The Alcazar, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; lawyer, member Arm of Mc- 
Adoo & Biggs. 

Mitchell, Wayne DeFrees, 1798 Selby Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn.; insurance, 512 Manhattan 
Bldg. 

Oughton, James H., Dwight, 111.; physician, 
Supt. Keeley Institute. 

Randle, Guy Drummond, 4366 Lake Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; broker, Councilman Bldg. 

Schnur, George Edward, 910 Alrdrie Place, 
Chicago. III.; half-back. University of Chi- 
cago football team. 1902-3; asst. manager, 
P. Becker & Co.. trunk manufacturers. 

Sibley, Joseph Abljah, 817 Park Ave:, 
Omaha. Nebr.; mgr.. Standard Stock Food 
Company. 

Thomas, William Howard, New Harmony, 
Ind.; secy.. Fuhrer-Ford Milling Co., Mt. 
Vernon. Ind. 

VonTesmar, Frank, San Diego. Cal.; with 
Bank of Commerce & Trust Co. 

1903 

Cornelius, Martin Phelps, 6128 Lexington 
Ave.. Chicago. 111.; I'niversity of Chicago; 
LL.B.. Chicago Kent College of Law, 1907; 
lawyer. 1208 Michigan Ave. 

Ernst, Hugo Charles E., Chicago. 111.; trans, 
to Wis. Alpha; care Marshall Field & Co. 

Kelly, R. B., Goshen. Ind.; trans, to Ind. 
Delta; third baseman, Washington Amer- 
ican League ball team. 

Jayne, Howard, Raymond. Wash.; lumber. 

Meigs, Merrill Church, 5635 Lexington Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; printing & engraving sales- 
man, 521 Wabash Ave. 

Pettit, Berthoif Marsh, Kenosha, Wis. 

1904 

Atterldge, Harold Richard, 606 Belden Ave., 

Chicago, 111.; writer of comedy. 
Devers, James Raymond, 716 West 7th St., 

Sioux Falls, S. D.; retail shoe busine.s8. 
Dworak, Chauncy Walter, Schuyler, Nebr.; 

farming. 
Elliott, Charles Button, Breckenridge, Minn.; 

T'niversity of Chicago, 1903, A. B.; pastor 

First Baptist Church. 
Finney, Warren Evens, 119 W. Pike St., 

Goshen, Ind. 
Franklin, Qustav, Franklin Park, 111.; real 

estate. 
Greene, James Henry, Fullerton, N. D.; 

trans, to 111. Delta; farmer and stock 

breeder. 
Moore, Charles Chesterfield, Chicago, 111.; 

care J. J. Townsend. 240 LaSalle St. 
Sass, George, 847 Monroe St., Chicago, 111.; 

lawyer. 184 LaSalle St. 
Smith, Roger Williams, Waterloo, Iowa; 

Harvard. Ph.B.. 1907. 
Waller, Austin Cooper, 590 Bluff St.. Du- 
buque. Iowa; ."secy. & treas. Brandel Waller 

Company. 



UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. 



169 



1905 

Bliss, George Custer, 5635 Lexington Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; lawyer. 

Brown, Charles Edward, 530 Hilliard St., 
Spokane. Wash.; with Kalispel Produce 
Co.. 29 Riverside Ave. 

Qartslde, John L., 4239 Dre.xel Blvd.. Chi- 
cago, 111.; advertising solicitor, Chicago 
Tribune. 

McQowan, George Edward, 740 Winthrop 
Ave.. Chicago, III.; care Franklin Mac- 
Veagh Co. 

Seger, John Parker, 475 N. Clark St., Chi- 
cago, III.; bank clerk special, money order 
division. Federal Bldg., Chicago. 

Sullivan, Robert Brent, 41 B. 46th St.. Chi- 
cago, III.; with A. B. Butler & Co., brokers, 
240 LaSalle St. 

Torrey, William Hunt, Fayette, Miss. 

Tuckctt, Norman C, Freeport, 111.; with John 
E. Tuckett & Son. 

Walker, Jr., Sydney, 4743 Winthrop Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; physician. 

Wiegand, Robert, Albert Lea, Minn.; mgr. 
Bottling Works. 



1906 

Day, William Burchard, 5800 Jackson Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; asst. cashier. Standard Var- 
nish Works, 2620-6 Armour Ave. 

IMaddigan, Roy J., 6951 Vernon Ave.. Chi- 
cago. III.; advertising solicitor. Chicago 
Duilv I^euvs 

McGrath, William Edward, 5719 Indiana Ave.. 
Chicago. 111.; bond i^alesman. Culler, Wal- 
ler & May. 611 Rookery Bldg. 

Shuart, Karl Park, Honeoye Falls, X. Y. 



1907 

MacAndrew, Jr., Wm. A., R. R. No. 5, Vin- 

cennes. Ind. 
McAuiiff, George, 416 K. 46th St.. Chicago, 

111.; gniduate Yale, 1907; physician. 
Meigs, James Burrell, 201 N. 3rd St., Mar- 

shalltown, Iowa; insurance, 155 LaSalle St. 
Roth, George William, 908 4th Ave., Rock 

Island, 111. 
Sheldon, Jr., George Henry, 2534 7th Ave., 

Rock Island. III.; reporter, Chicago Daily 

News, Chicago, 111. 

1908 

Boyd, Robert Walter, Malcolm, Iowa. 

James, IHerman Geriach, President's House, 
Trbana. 111.; A. B., University of Illinois, 
1906; Harvard T'niversity Law School; Uni- 
versity of Chicago Law School. 

Kent, Arnold McEwen, Rolfe, Iowa. 

Parker. Carson Paul, Niles, Mich. 

Sturgeon, Edward Tyler, 5635 Lexington Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; trans, to "Wis. Alpha. 

1909 

Beaser, Sydney Kenneth, Cleveland. Ohio. 

Harrlman, Seelye Page, 4917 Lake Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Joice, Clyde iWorton, 5326 Prairie Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Kreil, Edward Henry, Rock Island. III. 

Maynard, Raymond Kenyon, Jr., 337 Pleas- 
ant St., Oak Park, 111. 

IMcGrath, Edwin Frank, 5719 Indiana Ave., 
Cliicago. III. 

McKnight, Earie Baldwin, 149 E. 2nd St., 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Whiting. Lawrence Harley, 5531 Kimlmrk 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 



ILLINOIS GAMMA. 



MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 

MONMOUTH. ILLINOIS. 

FOUNDED IN 1870, BY JAMES A. GRIER, JAMES D. STERRP:TT, 
GEORGE W. HAMILTON, THOMAS A. BLAIR, JOHN M. 
McARTHUR, ALLEN H. BARNES, JAMES D. GRAHAM, WILLIAM 
BAIRD, ROBERT J. GRIER, R. HENRY HUME, WILLIAM P. KANE, 
LINUS N. LAFFERTY, JAMES L. THOME, JAMES P. STEELE 
AND HIRAM F. NORCROSS. 

Inactive after 1S84. 



1870 

Grier, James A.. Mercer, Pa. 

Hammack, Daniel Marlon, San Diego, Cal.; 

la\trver 
Hume, Robert Henry, Springfield. Ohio; 

clergyman. 
Kane, William P., Argyle, N. T. 
Lafferty, L. Nelson, Oakmont, Pa. 
Mc Arthur, John M., Oak Grove, Wis. 

1871 

Paris, J. H., Homer, Mo. 

Graham, James D., Denver, Colo. 

Qrler, Robert J., Monmouth, HI. 

Hamilton, George W.; address unknown; 

minister. 
Norcross, Hiram Fleming, Los Angeles. 

Cal.; general agent, Coronado Beach Co., 

200 S. Spring St. 

1872 

Baird, William, Omaha. Nebr.; lawyer, 615 
New York Life Bldg., care Wm. Baird & 
Son. 

Dolg, Robert Leeper, San Diego, Cnl.; phy- 
sician. 

Gordon, J. B., Cutler, 111. 

1873 

Buchan, Samuel Collins, Union Grove. Wis. 

Henderson, J. M.; address unknow^n; min- 
ister. 

Hogg, Herschel Millard, Pueblo. Colo.; law- 
yer. 

McBrlde, W. T., Wellingrton. Kane.; grad. 
Monmouth College. 1877: admitted to bar. 
1880; District Judge, one term; now law- 
yer. 

McCartney, G. A., Heidelberg, Germany. 



McClung, Samuel Hudson, 5138 Pasadena 
Ave.. Los Angeles. Cal.; grad. Jefferson 
Medical College, Philadelphia, 1877; prac- 
ticed until 1886; now in real estate busi- 
ness, 207 B. F. Coulter Bldg. 

McKinney, Archibald, Aledo, III.; grad. Mon- 
mouth College, 1878; real estate business. 

Steele, J. P., Winterset. Iowa; grad. Mon- 
mouth College, 1873; now lawyer. 

Steele, William Lucas, 462 N. Cherry St., 
Galesburg, 111.; superintendent of schools. 

1874 

McKlnney, James, Aledo, HI.; grad. Mon- 
mouth College, 1874; President of the State 
Bankers' Association of Illinois; elected to 
59th, 60th and 61st Congress; member of 
Illinois Republican State Committee from 
1894 to 1906; representative in Congress, 
14th Dlst. Ills., Washington, D. C. 

Shaw, SIremba, 1539 W. Jackson Blvd., Chi- 
cago. 111.; physician. 

Shonts, Theodore Perry, New York City, 115 
Broadway; President Inter-Borough R. R. 
Co.; capitalist; Ex-President Panama 
Canal Commission. 



1876 

Lindsay, James Patterson, 269 Payne Ave.. 
North Tonawanda, N. Y.; trans, to 111. 
Beta; State Senator. Nebr.. 1887-1891; 
Register U. S. Land Office. McCook, Nebr., 
1891-94; City Attorney, North Tonawanda. 
N. Y., 3 terms; now attorney for State 
Comptroller for Niagara County In transfer 
tax matters. 



1876 

Lindsay, S. I., Beaver City, Nebr. 



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MONMOUTH COLLEGE. 



171 



1877 

Caldwelli A. B., India; minister. 

Hays, Samuel Disney Creighton, 1021 Ogden 
St., Denver, Colo.; admitted to bar, 1880; 
State's Attorney, Mercer Co., 111.. 1884-88; 
District Attorney, Denver, Colo., 1897; 
commissioned nrajor and paymaster in 
Spanish -American War, May, 1898; honor- 
ably discharged June 13, 1899, on account 
close of war; now lawyer. 



1878 

Boyd, Samuel Robert, 125 N. 9th St.. Mon- 
mouth, m.; Monmouth College; McCor- 
mick Theological Seminary, 1893; retired 
minister. 

Crawford, J. P., Nachusa, HI. 

Herron, John, Tellurlde, Colo.; trans, to HI. 
Beta; manager mines. 

McFarland, Alexander, Monmouth, HI. 

Savage, H. S.; address unknown. 

Waite, W. J., Springfield. Ohio. 



1879 

Anderson, John Irvine, 2121 Fifth Ave., New 
York City, N. Y.; trans, to III. Beta; man- 
ager. Isle of Pines Bank & Isle of Pines 
Steamship Co.. Neuva Gerona Isle of Pines, 
West Indies. 

Bcadley, David Campbell, 524 W. State St., 
Centerville, Iowa; president, First Natl. 
Bank. 

Fleming, F. C, Paris, HI. 

Matthews, J. W., Monmouth, 111. 

McClay, Samuel. Pittsburg, Pa.; lawyer, 
care Reed, Smith, Shaw & Beal, Carnegie 
Bldg.; trans, to HI. Beta. 

McClenahan, James Henderson, Fairview, 
Ohio. 

McClung, George William Paris, 216 South 
5th St., Monmouth, 111.; groceries & china- 
ware. 



1880 

Rankin, William F., Tarkio, Mo.; farmer & 

banker. 
Walker, John Breckenridge, Arkansas City, 

Kans. 

1881 

Matthews, Abner Harding, Chicago, HI. 

1882 

Graham, H. S., Monmouth, HI. 

1883 

Hardin. Everitt C, 403 N. 2nd St.. Mon- 
mouth, III.; member Hlinois General As- 
sembly, 1903-07; delegate to Republican 
Natl. Convention, 1900; vice-pres. Maple 
City Cigar Co.; cashier. Second Natl. Bank. 

Parkinson, G. H., Monmouth, HI. 

Sionaker, John Milton, Gamett, Kans. 

1884 

Borders, Michael Washington, Belleville, 111. 

Bruce, W. L.« Macomb, 111. 

Ewing, Irwin Agnew, 22 Dudley Ave.. Ocean 

Park, Cal. ; vice-pres.. Golden State Life 

Insurance Co., Wright & Callender Bldg., 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Gayer, Jr., Fred, Monmouth, HI. 
Glasgow, John W., Monmouth, HI. 
Jamleson, Jesse Mitchell, S. Howard St., 

Spokane, Wash.; cigar business. 
Logan, John W., Seaton, HI. 
Lott, Harry L., Sparta, HI. 
Mann, J. F., Seaton. 111. 
Mitchell, Herbert, Eleanore, 111. 
Orth, W. S., Keithsburg, II}. 
Paine, William, Eleanore. 111. 
Quinby, Ivory, Monmouth, 111. 
Smith, Frank C, Monmouth, 111. 
Wallace, George Elvln, Centropolis. Mo. 
Yost, Obed, Avon, Ohio. 



ILLINOIS DELTA. 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. 

CHAMPAIGN. ILLINOIS. 

FOUNDED NOV. 18, 1904, BY B. D. INGELS, W. J. HEALY, A. S. 
GOBLE, H. C. WILLIAMS, J. N. YOUNG, JB., L. E. WISE, J. C. 
GROVES, E. R. MURPHY, W. LEWIS, C. A. HILDEBRAND, C. E. 
WJNN, S. P. STOUT, J. D. BLOUNT, F. W. SWANNELL, R. B. SWE- 
ZEY, A. A. HARDING, E. L. MUNN, H. K. RUBEY AND B. W. E. 
YARDLEY. 



1904 

Biount, John Darwin, Western Springs, III.; 

secretary and treasurer Suburban Coal Co. 
Groves, James Claire, Champaign, III.; civil 

engineer. 
Harding, Albert Austin, 308 Daniel St., 

Champaign, HI.; director of bands and in- 
structor In band Instruments, University 

of Illinois. 
Hildebrand, Clement Alvln, 36 N. Garfield 

Ave., Hinsdale. 111.; care sales dept.. Na- 
tional Biscuit Co., Chicago. 
Lewis, Wilfred, Seattle Wash.; care Lewis 

& Wiley, contractors. 
Munn, Eugene Lucius, 614 S. Twenty-eighth 

St., Omaha, Neb.; night freight agent, U. 

P. R. R. 
Murphy, Edwin "Roy, Clear Creek, Utah; 

physician. 
Rubey, Harry Kelly, Nevada, Mo.; engineer. 
Stout, Samuel Phllemeon, Springfield, Dl.; 

farmer. 
Winn, Claude Ethelbert, 405 S. Main St.. 

Paris. 111.; engineer. Cent. Colorado Power 

Co., Shoshone, Colo. 
Yardley, Ralph Waldo Emerson, "The Nor- 

mandie," Columbus, Ohio; architectural 

engineering. 
Young, James Nicholas, Jr., 9612 Longwood 

Blvd., Chicago, 111.; civil engineer. 



1905 

Barrett, Jesse Logan, R. F. D. No. 2, Henry, 
111.; farming. 

Chapman, Daniel Ward, East St. Louis, 111. 

Funk, Marquis DeLoss, Shirley, 111.; scientific 
farmer and electrician. 

Hanna, Philip Sidney, Aurora, HI.: unit bond 
salesman, the Trustee Securities Co., 1 
Wall St.. New York City. 

Hawiey, Ralph S., 208 Seventh Ave., La- 
grange, 111.; care Trustee Securities Co., 
Central Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

Heard, Oscar Edwin, Freeport, 111.; newspa- 
per business. 

Hopkins, Mark Samuel, Aurora, III.; with 
A.. E. & C, electric road. 



Maxwell, Stanley Lyie, Robinson, 111.; U. S. 
Indian Service on Shoshone Reservation, 
Wyoming, 1905; clerk to U. S. allotting and 
disbursing agent, 1905; mercantile business. 

Schuyler, Henry McCormIck, 1724 Canal St., 
New Orleans, La.; architect, draftsman, 
with DeBuys, Churchill & Labouiss, 817 
Hybernia Bank Bldg. 

Simpson, Francis Marlon, Vienna. 111.; grad. 
College of Agriculture, University of Illi- 
nois, 1909. B. S.; agriculturist. 

Swanneii, Frederick Wells, Kankakee, 111.; 
dry goods business. 

Swezey, Roswell Beal, 763 Broadway St, 
Portland, Ore. 

1906 

Cook, Samuel Sampson, 1131 N. Second St., 

Clinton, la. 
Crafts, Milton Bassett, Chagrin Falls, Ohio. 
Deal, John H. F., Springfield. 111. 
Fornof, John Ranchin, 318 S. Park St., 

Streator, 111. 
Grieves, John Paul, Lacon, III.; clerk, woolen 

mills. 
Hay, Howard Ridgiey, 917 California Ave., 

urbana. 111. 
Heaiy, Charles Henry, Rochelle, III. 
Houston, John Vernon, 911 Fifty-fourth St., 

Champaign, III. 
Miller, Guy Garfield, 203 Everett St., Dixon, 

III. 
Ovitz, Ernest Gehart, Mineral Point. Wis. 
Plaister, Deane Morrill, Saratoga, Wyo.; 

asst. engineer, S. & E. Ry. 
Renwick, J. Stewart, 237 E. Forty-seventh 

St., Chicago. 111.; brokerage business, 

stock and bonds, room G. Rookery. 
Smith, Claire Howland Wallace, Blanca. 

Colo.; care Dow & Smith, civil engineers. 
White, John Brown, Hlllsboro, III.; real es- 
tate. 
Williams, Clarence Foss, 627 Douglas Ave., 

Elgin, III. 

1907 

Bear, Louis Raymond, Ludlow, 111. 
Black, Lee McKnIght, 1108 S. Sixth St., 
Torre Haute, Ind.; wholesale drugs. 



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rXlVEKSITY OF ILLINOIS. 



173 



Dennis, William Andrew, 29 Holyoke St., 

Cambridsre, Mass. 
Dunlop, Samuel Draper, 627 N. First St., 

Phoenix, Ariz. 
Hanna, John Paul, 47 Oak Ave., Aurora, III. 
Kutsch, William Adelbert, 801 S. Fifth St.. 

Pekin, III.; asst. supt. Corn Productci Refg. 

Co. 
Meserve, Theodore Decatur, 504 W. Locust 

St.. Robinson. 111. 
Poston, Edmond, Sprln^eld. 111.: real estate. 
Seyl, Peter Walter, 1800 N. Clark St.. Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Swannell, Horace Conrad, 368 Court St., 

Kankakee. 111. 
Twist, Clarence Cicero, Rochester. 111. 
Twist, John Francis, Rochester, III. 
Young, Benjamin Carey, 9612 Longwood 

Blvd.. Chicago. III.; engineer, 1606 A St., 

W.. Cedar Rapids, la. 

1908 

Barnes, Frank Eugene, Norris City. 111. 
Champion, Edwin Van Meter. Mansfield. HI. 
Hay, Henry Collins, 917 California Ave., 

I rbana, 111. 
Howe, Earl William, Miles City. Mont. 
Hunt«r, Harold Stevens, Henry, ITT. 



Laing, George Driver, 283 Franklin Ave., 

Forest. Dl. 
Lincoln, Lewis Leigh, York. Neb. 
Merrlman, John Riley, 407 W. Monroe St., 

Springfield. HI. 
F^ldgely, Temple Elliott, 522H S. Fifth St., 

Springfield. 111. 
Schlllo, Edwin William, 1720 Crilly Court, 

Chicago. 111. 
Williams, Lloyd Garrison, 627 Douglas Ave., 

Elgin. 111. 

1909 

Dennis, Herbert Wlison, 760 Graceland Ave., 

Chicago. 111. 
Hales, John Lincoln, 89 First St., Hinsdale. 

III. 
James, Alfred Edwin, 620 Walnut St., Terre 

Haute. Ind. 
Larmer, David Weity, 5101 Kenmore Ave., 

Chicago. 111. 
Logan, John Althen, Elgin, 111. 
McCandiess, Howard Archibald, 903 Twenty- 
third St.. Rock Island. III. 
Troup, Harold Joseph, 430 & Court St., 

Kankakee, III. 
Wallace Archie Creme, 1921 Morse Ave., 

Chicago, III. 



MICHIGAN ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 

ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. 



FOUNDED IN 1876 BY WILLIAM YOST. 



1876 

Banks, Archie Walter; 328 Albert Ave., Rock- 
ford, 111.; sales agent Higgins Mfg. Co.. 
438 N. State St.. Chicago. 

Brown, R. B,; Warsaw, Ky. 

Carpenter, F. G.; Washington, Ohio: grad. 
University of Mlchiwin, 1877, LL. B. 

Coad, W. Tucker, 507 Rector Bldg., Chicago, 
111.; grad. University of Michigan. 1877, 
I-JLi. R. 

Hammond, Clement Milton; address un- 
known; grad. University of Michigan. 

1879, LL. B. 

Hanson, Almont Freemont; address un- 
known; grad. University of Michigan. 

1880, LL. B. 

Johnston, James W., 454 E. Forty-second St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Spencer, George W., 847 Stark St. Cleve- 
land, Ohio; grad. University of Michigan, 
1878, M. D. 

1877 

Baker, Frank D., Flint, Mich.: grad. Univer- 
sity of Michigan, 1880, M. D.; physician. 

Cook, Arthur Bell, 5225 Kimbark Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; manager Chicago department 
M. H. Birge & Sons Co., 27 E. Lake fit. 

Holland, Marlon, Cassopolis, Mich.; grad. 
University of Michigan, 1877, D. D. S. 

Johnston, William Allen; Scott Lane, Santa 
Clara, Cal.; trans, to California Alpha; 
lawyer, Knox Blk., San Jose, Cal. 

McKlnley, James Wilfred, 508 W. Adams St., 
Los Angeles, Cal.; B. S., University of 
Michigan, 1879; city attorney, Los Angeles, 
Cal., 1883-5; Judge of superior court Los 
Angeles county, 1889-97; lawyer, 434 Pacific 
Electric Bldg. 

Richards, John Evan; 338 S. Tenth St., San 
Jose, Cal.; trans, to California Alpha; B. 
A., University of Pacific, 1877; LL. B., 
University of Michigan, 1879; lawyer. Judge 
of supreme court, court house. 

1878 

Cole, Festus Clark, 212 West E St., Iron 
Mountain, Mich.; superintendent of 
schools, Hinsdale, 111., 3 years; instructor 
W. D. H. S., Chicago, 1 year; former active 
member Dickinson county board of super- 
visors; now serving third term as presi- 
dent Iron Mountain board of education; 
wholesale and retail lumber. 



Leiand, Frank Bruce, 185 Burns Ave., De- 
troit, Mich.; president Detroit United 
Bank, 206 Grlswold St. 

Parker, Arthur Sheldon, 747 Woodward, De- 
troit, Mich.; with Parke, Davis Co. 

Peiham, Herbert M.., Iron Mountain, Mich.; 
grad. University of Michigan, Ph. B., 1881; 
lumberman. 

Satterlec; Frank Pike; address unknown; 
grad. University of Michigan, M. E., 1880. 

Wilson, Fred L., Detroit, Mich.; with A. S. 
Parker, 747 Woodward Ave. 

1879 

Buchanar*, Claude Robinson, 152 S. East St, 
Grand Rapids. Mich • grad. University of 
Michigan, B. A., 1881; taught in Michigan, 
Illinois and Iowa, 1881-88; lawyer, 23a 
Michigan Trust Co. Bldg. 

Cook, William Fletcher, South McAlester, 
Okla. 

Hill, William S., 434 E. Ohio St., Marquette. 
Mich.; lawyer, Nester Blk. 

Jennings, John Henry, Fenton, Mich.; grad. 
University of Michigan, A. B., 1883; editor. 

1880 

Chynoweth, John Charles; address unknown; 
mining engineer. 

Coidren, Fred G., 1725 Park Rd., Washing- 
ton, D. C; lawyer, member firm of Coidren 
& Fenriing, Century Bldg. 

Dunning, James Czar, 322 N. Lincoln Ave.» 
Bay City, Mich.; train despatcher, M. C. 
R. R. 

Hodder, Frank Heywood, 1115 Louisiana St.» 
Lawrence, Kans. ; trans, to New York Al- 
pha; professor of history. University of 
Kansas. 

Ohis, Henry Garnsey, 927 Lawrence Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; Ph. B., Michigan University^ 
1883: M. D., Rush Medical College, 1887; 
physician and surgeon. 

Parmenter, E. L., Iron Mountain, Mich.; 
grad. University of Michigan, LL. B., 1886. 

1881 

Arner, Caleb D., Salem, Ohio; agriculture. 
Darrow, Edward Morman; address unknown; 

lawyer. 
Holllngsworth, Emmet Louis, Rennselaer. 

Ind. ; cashier First National Bank. 
Rhoades, Lewis Addison, 162 Fourteenth 

Ave., Columbus, Ohio; grad. University of 



174 



UNIVERSITY OF MlCHlGAiN. 



175 



Michigan, '84, Ph. D.; Gottlngen. 1892; in- 
structor at Cornell University, professor at 
University of Illinois; now professor of 
German, Ohio State University. 

1882 

Denney, Joseph Vllllers, 190 W. Eleventh 
Ave., Columbus, Ohio; professor of Eng- 
lish and dean of the college of arts, 
philosophy and science in Ohio State Uni- 
versity. 

Hollenbeckf Fred B., Seattle, Wash.; grad. 
University of Michigan, A. B., 1886. 

Miner, Clarence Jennings, Paracale, Ambos 
Camarines. P. I.; surgeon to various min- 
ing companies. 

Wright, Frederick Thompson, the Calumet 
Hospital, Douglas, Ariz.; physician. 

1883 

Halsted, Joseph, 4752 Beacon St., Chicago, 
m.; president Joseph Halsted Co., 1233 W. 
Randolph St. 

Hess, Kendall W., New Orleans, La.; grad. 
University of Michigan, B. S., 1887; with 
J. D. Connell Iron Co. 

Hudson, Charles; Fort Dearborn Bldg., Chi- 
cago, III.; lawyer. 

Park, Robert E., care of Judge Edward Ca- 
hill, Lansing, Mich.; grad. University of 
Michigan, Ph. B., 1887; literary ^ork. 

Reynolds, Harry Abbott, R. D. 3, No. 86, 
Walla Walla, Wash.; farmer. 

Schuler, Everett J., Gadsden, Ala. 

Swisher, Q. Bvron, Oil City, Pa.; grad. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, A. B., 1886. 

1884 

Cole, Rossetter Qleason, 824 N. Carroll, 
Madison, Wis.; professor of music and di- 
rector of school of music, University of 
Wisconsin. 

Hamilton, Walter Jones, Cleveland, Ohio; 
lawyer, 1109 New England Bldg. 

Plain, Frank George, 127 Downer Place. Au- 
rora, m.; lawyer, 350 Coulter Block; county 
judge of Kane County, HI. 

Walbrldge, Ebenezer Franklin, 2013 Jefferson 
Ave., Toledo, Ohio; stocks, bonds and in- 
surance and mfg. vacuum cleaners. 

Washburn, Edwin E., Yonkers, N. Y.; 
teacher. 

1885 

Holden, Walter Simpson, 534 N. East Ave., 
Oak Park, III.; grad. University of Mich.. 
'89; Chicago Law School. '00; general sec- 
retary of fraternity, 1894-8; vice president, 
1898-1900; lawyer, 1110, 100 Washington St., 
Chicago. 

Hudson, Henry, 1712 Yale Ave., Knoxvllle, 
Tenn.; lawyer. 

Parks, Samuel Conant, Lander, Wyo.; vice- 
president First National Bank. 

Preble, Robert Bruce, 1518 Dearborn Ave.. 
Chicago, ni.; physician. 1308. 103 State St. 

Wilcox, Robert Bruce. 1034 W. Adams St.. 
Chicago, 111.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha; super- 
vising engineer. Dept. for the Inspection 
of Steam Boilers, Steam and Cooling 
Plants, City Hall. 

1886 

Averlll, Glenn Mark, 320 2nd St., Cedar 

Rapids. Iowa; banker. 
Campbell, Clarence Q., 34 E. 49th St., New 

York City, N. Y.; physician. 
Loom Is, Frederick S., 1476 Edgecomh Place, 

Chicago, 111.; grad. University of Michigan, 

A. B., 1889; lawyer, 69 Clark St. 



Rusn, George Frederick, 5719 Washington 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; A. B., University of 
Michigan. 1889; A. M., 1892; former master 
in chancery; author. Primary Elections; 
ISquity. Pleading and Practice; editor of 
The Shield till 1894; lawyer, 100 Wash- 
ington St. 

1887 

Denny, George W., Knoxvllle. Tenn.; manag- 
ing editor, Knoxvllle Journal. 

Smalley, James Burt, Bay City. Mich. 

Stevens, W. Wirt, Watervllle, Wash.; trans- 
portation and lumber business. 

1888 

Blgelow, Mortimer D., West Point. N. Y.; 
captain U. S. A.; on West Point faculty. 

Bradley, Ralph R., 5141 Hibbard Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; lawyer, 627 The Rookery. 

Cole, William Henry; address unknown. 

Marstiall, Philip L., 4612 Woodlawn Ave., 
Chicago. 111. 

Preble, Eber C, 2301 N. Congress, Chicago, 
111.; with Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co. 

Rogers, Wallace B., New Orleane, La.; 
banker. 

Smith, Frank Carpenter, 1316 E. 51st St.. 
Chicago. 111.; secretary. Carter White Lead 
Co.. 452 The Rookery. 

Warren, Cyrus C., Hattiesburg, Miss.; lum- 
berman. 

1889 

Currer, William John, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
grad. Michigan Univ., 1893; with Bishop 
Company. 

Gardiner, Philip S., Laurel, Miss.; lumber- 
man. 

Morsman, Jr., Edgar Martin, Omaha, Nebr.; 
lawyer. Board of Trade Bldg. 

Morsman, Joseph Henry, 143 E. 47th St., 
Chicago, III.; vice-president and treas.. 
Carter White Lead Company, 12042 S. 
Peoria St., West Pullman, 111. 

Parks, Jr., Samuel C, Cody, Wyo.; cashier. 
First National Bank, Lander, Wyo.; vice 
pres., Shoshone Nat. Bank. 

1890 

Belden, Ira Charles, 2409 Capitol Ave., 
Omaha, Nebr.; assistant general claim 
agent. C. & N. W. Ry.. 1205 Farnum St. 

Colegrove, Fred W., St. Louis, Mo. 

Effinger, H. Gerard, Lewiston, Idaho; with 
Lewlston Land & Water Company. 

Ives, Valentine Seaman, 165 E. Warren Ave., 
Detroit, Mich.; treas. Rowley Scale & Sup- 
ply Co., 56 Fort St., E. 

Nortwick, John Van, Batavia, HI. 

Sencenbaugh, Carlos W., 5101 Kimbark Ave.. 
Chicago, m.; coal business. 

Staudt, Fred H., 185 Fox St.. Aurora, Bl.; 
mgr. Natural Guano Company. 

1891 

Effinger, John Robert, 745 E. University 
Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.; University of 
Michigan. Ph.B.. 1891; Ph.M., 1894; Ph.D., 
1898; junior professor of French, University 
of Michigan. 

McCoiium, George A., 634 W. 69th St., Chi- 
cago, ni.; manufacturer. 

Morse, Charles H., Jr., 1132 E. 49th St., 
Chicago, 111.; president Fairbanks-Morse 
Mfg. Co. 

Philips, Carlln, 250 W. 57th St., New York 
City. N. Y. ; physician; visiting physician, 
Bellevue Hospital. 



176 



PHI KAPPA PSr FRATERNITY. 



Rice, Henry Armington, 838 Dou«:las Ave., 
Elgin, 111.; vice pres. Star Mfg. Co., Car- 
pen tersvllle, 111. 

Richardson, Charles Prentice, Spokane, 
Wash.; grad. Michigan University Law, 
1893; lands and timber, 719 Peyton Bldg. 

Varlan, Bertram Stetson, Welser, Idaho; 
lawver 

Williams, Carl Benezette, Hinsdale, 111.; civil 
engineer, 801, 153 LaSalle St., Chicago. 

1892 

Burton, Lewis H., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 

Cole, Harry Arthur, Chicago, 111. 

Cummer, Arthur G., Jacksonville, Fla.; with 
Cummer Lumber Co. 

Cummer, Waldo Emerson, 960 Riverside Ave.. 
Jacksonville, Fla.; secy. Cummer Lumber 
Co. 

Drake, Charles Francis, 1201 62nd St.. Chi- 
cago, 111. 

MacHarg, William BriggSi 4500 Beacon St., 
Chicago, III.; writer. 

Prentiss, James H., 1430 Hill St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; grad. Univ. of Michigan, 1896; man- 
ager and director. North American Life 
Insurance Company. 

Purdy, Andrew J., Gowanda, N. Y.; grad. 
University of Michigan. Ph.B., 1894. 

Smith, William Stewart, 221 S. 4th St.. Au- 
rora. III.; vice-president Henry Pratt Co., 
875 S. Halsted St., Chicago. 

Whiting, David, 3568 Grand Blvd.. Chicago, 
111. 

Williams, Henry W., St. Paul. Minn.; care 
Minn. Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

1893 

Dean, Robert L., Jacksonville. Fla.; grad. 
University of Michigan. LL.B., 1897. 

Evans, Percy Henrlques, 186 24th St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; assistant supt. of agencies, 
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

Gates, Herbert Rodgers, 911 Travis, Houston, 
Te.xas; accountant. Rio Bravo Oil Co. 

Swannell, Dan Gardner, Champaign, 111.; 
drugs and physicians' supplies. 

Varlan, iVIIIes G., Salt Lake City, Utah; 
physician. 

1894 

Bradley, James C. F., Chicago, 111.; grad. 
University of Michigan, LL.B. 1896; law- 
yer, 710, 206 LaSalle St. 

Chase, James Carson, Chicago, 111. 

Dickinson, Bartlett C., Kalamazoo, Mich.; 
grad. University of Michigan. B. S, 1899; 
financier. 

Harriman, Karl Edwin, 450 Belmont Ave., 
Chicago, 111.: editor Red Book, Blue Book, 
Green Book. 401, 160 State St. 

Page, Cecil, University Club. Chicago, 111.; 
trans, to 111. Beta; in U. S. navy during 
Spanish- American war; officer 111. Naval 
Reserve since 1900; asst. corporation coun- 
sel, city of Chicago, 1904-5; lawyer, 206 
LaSalle St 

PInney, Hurlbert Henry, R. F. D. No. 3, 
Council Bluffs, Iowa; raising live stock. 

TIerman, Jr., John R., 1247 6th Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal.; mining. 

1895 

Barteime, Philip George, Ann Arbor. Mich.; 
athletic director. University of Michigan. 

Bennett, John W. F., Stapleton, Long Island, 
N. Y.; with W. S. Doloment Co.. Ltd. 

Hole, Charles Benjamin, 160 Lloyd Road, 
Montclair, N. J.; grad. University of Mich- 
igan, 1899; with W. N. Coler & Co.. 43 
Cedar St., New York City. 



Hole, Lemuel Homer, Lloyd Road, Mont- 
clair, N. J.; with W. N. Coler & Co., 43 
Cedar St., New York City. 

Mack, William Lyman, 839 Main St, Grand 
Junction, Colo.; secy, and gen. mgr. The 
Independent Lumber Co. 

Neal, Thomas A., 103 W. 46th St., New 
York City, N. Y.; grad. University of 
Michigan, A. B. 1899; M. D. 1901; physi- 
cian. 

Noble, James Tainter, Jamestown, Miss.; 
lumber manufacturing. 

Simmons, Russell Mix, 5060 Drexel Blvd., 
Chicago, 111.: banker — firm of Howard, 
Simmons & Co., 1202 First National Bank 
Bldg. 

1896 

Barteime, John Henry, 2239 Hamilton Court, 
Chicago, 111.; receiving teller, Foreman 
Bros. Banking Co. 

Davis, George C, 318 South Central Ave., 
Austin, Chicago, 111.; manufacturer. 

Fiournoy, Thomas, 153 W. 46th St, New 
York City, N. Y. ; grad. University of Mich- 
igan, M. D. 1900; physician. 

Foley, Grattan S., 740 1st Ave., Council 
Bluffs, Iowa. 

Rider, Carlos Bangs, 6565 Yale Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; with Western Electric Co. 



1897 

Baldwin, George E., Seattle, Wash., Colman 

Bldg. 
Baum, Clarence Henry, 41 Vermilion St., 

Danville. 111.; druggist, firm of W. F. 

Baum & Son. 
Campbell, Herbert J., Riverside, 111.; lawyer. 
Crafts, Harry Kent, 318 South Park Ave., 

Austin Sta., Chicago, III.; attorney, legal 

department. Armour & Co. 
Gray, Gordon L., Chicago, 111.; lawyer, Home 

Insurance Bldg. 
Morsman, Frank Sharp, Omaha, Neb.; with 

Nebraska Telephone Co., 18th and Doug- 
las Sts. 
Sims, George R., 78 5th Ave., New York 

City, N. Y. 
VanAlien, Frederick Holmes, Clinton, Iowa. 
Wood, William RIghter, West Leavenworth, 

Omaha, Neb.; proprietor Arwood Dairy. 



1898 

Loud, Frederic Hale, Au Sable, Mich.: lum- 
berman superintendent; general freight 
agent A. S. & N. W. Ry. 

Parnail, Christopher Gregg, 249 Wlldwood 
Ave., .Jackson. Mich.; grad. University of 
Michigan, A. B. 1902; M. D. 1904; phjrsl- 
clan. Colony Bldg. 

Patton, Charles Lanphler, 1606 South 5th 
St.. Springfield. 111.; M. D. Michigan Uni- 
versity, 1902; interne University Hospital, 
1902-3; Instructor gynecology and obstet- 
rics University of Michigan. 1903-5; phy- 
sician and surgeon, 111. Nat. Bank Bldg. 

White, Mllo Armstrong, Fremont, Mich.; 
A. B. University of Michigan, 1902; LL.B. 
1904; lawyer, real estate and loans. 



1899 

Adams, Charles Remington, Berkeley Hotel, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; managing editor Min- 
neapolis Journal. 

Fitzgerald, Arthur Michael, 838 S. 5th St., 
Springfield. 111.; lawyer. 

FitzGerald, Robert Emmet, Springfield, III.; 
lawyer. 



UNIVERSITY OF Ml( HIGAX. 



1/ / 



Harris, Jay Butler, 1201 W. 7th St., Los 
Angeles, Cal.; consulting engineer, 704 
Central Bldg. 

Lee, Frederick Lyman, 4032 Tracy, Kansas 
City, Mo.; secy. Lee & Lyman Lumber Co. 

Lewis, Harlow, 13th and Locust Sts., Du- 
buque, Iowa; engineer. 

Loud, George Brewster, Au Sable, Mich.; 
lumber business. 

Nowland, Ralph C, 1103 Union Trust Bldg., 
I.4O8 Anseles Cal 

Pratt, Karl Holbrook, 4814 Carnegie Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio; secy, and treas.. The 
Bolton-Pratt Co., 802 Columbia Bldg. 

Ryan, James A., 1365 Locust St.. Dubuque, 
Iowa; secy, and treas., iron business. 



1900 

Batten, Ralph E., 5510 East End Ave.. Chi- 
cago, III.; lawyer, 100 Washington St. 

Boggs, Frank Kinney; address unknown. 

Ferguson, Donald McHardy, 179th St. and 
Ft. Washington Ave., New York City, 
N. Y.; estimator, McCartney Construction 
Co.. 622 St. Nicholas Ave. 

Gillett, John, 10606 Gooding Ave.. Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Kirk, Walter Hermann, 112 High St.. Peoria. 
111.; grad. University of Michigan, LL.B. 
1894; admitted to Supreme Court of Illi- 
nois. 1894: elected supervisor Peoria coun- 
ty, 111., 1901; city attorney 1903-5; lawyer. 

Morsman, Robert P., 224 North 32d Ave., 
Omaha, Neb.; asst. cashier United States 
National Bank. 

Offleld, James R., Chicago, 111.; grad. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, LL.B. 1904; lawyer, 
Monadnock Bldg. 



1901 

Bailey, Stanley McKenzle; address unknown; 
tran^. to Pennsylvania Iota. 

Berger, Jr., Fred G., Shubert Theater. Utica, 
N. Y.; theatrical manager. 

Bradshaw, Grant D., Joliet, III.; engineer 
Illinois Steel Co. 

David, Vernon Cyrenlus, 815 Belden Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; grad. University of Michigan, 
A. B. 1905; M. D. Rush Medical College, 
1907; interne Cook County Hospital, 
1907-8; physician, 908, 72 Madison St. 

Mayr, Jr., Frank, South Bend, Ind. 

Ryan, John A., 1365 Locust St., Dubuque. 
Iowa* lawver 

Sullivan, William S., 318 Ashland Blvd.. 
Chicago. III.; engineer. 



1902 

Bonney, Ellis Moss, 226 S. Central Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; insurance broker, room 1105, 
134 Monroe St. 

Brown, Amasa Kellogg, 97 S. Clinton St., 
Chicago, III.; manager Guillott Metal Cas- 
ket Co. 

Campbell, Allan W., Riverside, 111.; con- 
tractor. 

Emiey, Warren Edwards, 812 Anderson St., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; chemist, U. S. Geological 
Survey, 40th and Butler Sts. 

Lawrence, James E.; address unknown. 

Mayr, George Henry, South Bend, Ind. 

Strom, Eugene N., 584 Midway Park, Aus- 
tin Sta., Chicago, 111.; engineer. 

Wood, William Scott, 245 Webster Ave., 
Muskegon, Mich.; pres. Wood Real Estate 
Co., 78 Pine St. 



1903 

Boyce, Ben S., Marseilles, 111. 

Dresser, Henry Lane, 260 Woodland Ave., 
Detroit, Mich.; chief inspector Detroit 
River Tunnel Co., Windsor, Ontario. 

Florentine, Horatio K., Park Ridge, HI. 

Morgan, Harry, 504 E. Monroe St.. Spring- 
Held. 111.; real estate and insurance; mem- 
ber Arm of Morgan & Owbrldge. 

Noble, Harold Adelbert, 1430 Hill St.. Ann 
Arbor, Mich.; grad. University of Michi- 
gan. A. B. 1906; B. S. 1908; reinforced con- 
Crete ensrlneer 

Patton, Harry ' Lanphier, 937 S. 4th St., 
Springfield. 111. 

Schuette, Robert Whitstar, DouKlnston. Long 
Island. N. Y. ; lumber. No. 1 Madison Ave., 
New York City. 

Shorts, R. Perry," 309 Cherry St., Saginaw, 
Mich.; insurance; general counsel U. S. H. 
& A. Insurance Co. 

Varlen, Charles Emmet, 303 S. Lafayette 
St.. South Bend. Ind.; grad. University of 
Michigan, M. D. 1909; interne at Calumet 
& Heel a Hospital. 



1904 

Busby, Frederick Harrison, Pilgrim Hotel, 
Marshall town, Iowa. 

Butters, Robert Horace, 509 E. Ludington 
Ave., Ludington, Mich.; secretary Butters 
Salt & Lumber Company. 

Corey, John William, 3933 Grand Blvd., Chi- 
cago. 111.; lumber. 

Cox, Charles Albert, 130 W. 7th St., Okla- 
homa City, Okla.; lawyer, 308-10 Campbell 
Bldg. 

Hobilt, Welby Ashbury, Apollo Chambers, 
Bombay, India; India representative for 
The Buffalo Forge Co., Buffalo, N. Y.; The 
Buffalo Steam Pump Co., The Geo, L. 
Squier Mfg. Co.. The Carrier Air Condi- 
tioning Co. of America, 39 Cortlandt St., 
New York City; mechanical engineer New 
York Export & Import Co., 19 Hummum 
St.. Bombay. 

Jaquith, Arthur B., 2017 Spenser St., Omaha, 
Neb. 

Creighton, John T., 872 S. 2d St., Spring- 
field, 111. 

McGrew, Jos. Townsend, 2958 Victor SL, 
Kansas City, Mo.; vice-pres. and secy. 
Atlas Investment Co. 

Watling, John Wright, Detroit. Mich.; Mich- 
igan representative Farson Son & Co.. 511 
Union Trust Bldg. 



1905 

Dunne, Jr., Edward Francis, 4500 Beacon 
St., Chicago, III.; lawyer, 59 Clark St. 

Gieason, Theodore M., 2420 Glenwood Ave., 
Toledo. Ohio; with Bradstreet Commercial 
Agency. 

James, Robert E., 1621 Judson Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Leonard, Borge Edward, 722 4th Ave., Ro- 
chelle. 111. 

MacHarg, Malcolm, 4500 Beacon St, Chi- 
cago, 111.; sales dept. Allis-Chalmers Co., 
Milwaukee "Wis, 

Mifnin, Jr., Samuel Elgin, 421 Seymour St., 
Lansing, Mich. 

Smith, Harry Buchanan, 1030 S. 6th St., 
Springfield, 111. 

Snow, Shirley Clifford, 60 S. Central Ave., 
Chicago. III. 

Yates. Henry Abner, 1341 Holmes Ave.. 
Springfield, 111.; insurance inspector. 111. 
Inspect. Bureau, 1237 First Nat. Bank 
Bldg.. Chicago. 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Burdette. Edward MIddlston, 30B Summen 
St.. Ch&rleston. W. Va- ; Unlveralty o1 

■ "Irglnla UolverBlty; law- 

t. 
C« ., Riverside, HI. 

n ^llen, eD9 Uaple Ave.. 

lurance aallcltor, IBS Ia 



Raynolds. John Foitar, ezo W. LASalle St., 

South Bend, Ind. 
SUflord, Edward J. E., 3»2E Grand Blvd.. 

Chlcaso, 111. 
Wattr*. Edward John, BOO HIsh St., LoganB- 

IKirt, Ind. 



H. . no. nag D Ave.. Cedar 

Rapids, lona; purtner. Concrete Const. 
Co.; Beey. and vice-pres. W. Q. Haakell 



Sav. Bank A Trust Co. 
Waller, Joaeph J., 42 B. Central Ave.. Aus- 
tin, Chicago. 111.; oast. Bupt. Goaa Printing 



1907 

Seraar, Charli* Pratt, 310 2d St., Jackson, 
Mich 



Chica 



I. 111. 



Jr., Huoh B.. ._ 

ank Nathanlst. Emerson, Iowa. 
Evani. John LeOrand, Emerson, Iowa; 
Shatluck MlllUry Academy, 1901; recom- 
mended to the War Department for com- 
mlBslon In the army; Yale University, two 

Houk, Dudley C. Ironwood. Mich. 
Martin, Oliver Benjamin, Sheboycan, Mich.; 
nllh White Steamer Co.. Atlanta, Ga. 



1908 



Ford. Charlee Weeks, Prultport, Mich. 
Gardner, Earl Austin, Lansfng. Mich. 
Haaedorn, Dana Arthur, 4ST Seymour St., 

t-anslng, Mich. 
Klauasr, Frank John, 2106 Roblnwood Ave., 

Toledo. Ohio. 
Lovelace, Frank Elston, 222 Lake St., Mus- 
kegon, Mich. 
Matthews, Karl Bowdlsh, 133E Locust 8L. 

Dubuque. Iowa. 
Mssisrty, John McRoberta, 21E W. 3d St., 

Sedaifa, Mo. 
Plllibury, Frank Lewli, 62S Frederick St., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Reeble, Arthur William, 4TtT Kenmore Ave., 

Chicago. III. 
Rhodes, Charlss Ross, 2Z0D N. 4th St. Kan- 

Ras City. Kan.; real estate. 
Smith, LaFayette Rarble, 1024 S. Bth St.. 

Springfleld. 111. 
Ttialne, Richard Jensss, Oak Park. HI. 

1909 

Barnes. Walton J., TS Putnam Ave.. Detroit 



„,.dtln Sta.. Chicago, 1.. 

Ford, Manhali Beau, Frul...___, 

Preble, Norman Hoamer, Chicago. III. 
6yvereon, John Arthur, Cooperatown.. N. D. 
Wllk. Jr.. Frederick Lewis, 1923 Berry Ave. 

CMcago. III. 
Wright, Luther B., Lansing, Mlcb. 



WISCONSIN ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 

MADISON. WISCONSIN. 

FOUNDED JUNE 15. 1875, BY C. Q. ALBERTSON, A. H. ANDER- 
SON, W. G. CLOUGH, H. S. DANIELS, J. J. FISHER, T. H. GILL, 
C. E. HOOKER, W. A. HOOVER, P. V. LAWSON, F. G. MAND, R. 
MEYER, JR, J. M. MILLS, A. S. RITCHIE, R. R. WARDEN AND 
F. H. WINSOR. 



1875 

Albertson, Charles Quincy, 124 Walnut Ave., 
Chicago. HI. 

Anderson, Alfred Horrance, La Crosse, Wis. 

Clough, Wlliougbby Geowey, Portage, Wis.; 
trans, to Ind. Beta; high school principal. 

Fisher, John Joseph, 121 N. Mt. Vernon, 
Prescott, Ariz.; mining and mining engi- 
neering. 

Germain, William Adolph, Sioux Falls, S. D.; 
physician. 

Hicks, Emmett Reuben, 736 Algoma St., Osh- 
kosh. Wis.; lawyer. 

Hoover, William Adgate, 1227 E. Colfax, 
Denver, Colo.; trans, to Ind. Beta; whole- 
sale druggist; chairman board directors, 
U. S. Nat. Bank. 

Lawson, Publlus VIrgiilus, 327 Navmut St.. 
Menasha, Wis.; manufacturer of Lawson 
wood pulleys. 

Mand, Frederick George, Milwaukee, Wis. 



1876 

Browne, Paul, Rhinelander, Wis.; lawyer; 
real estate; insurance; secy., Rhinelander 
Paoer Oo 

Buell, Charles Edwin, 115 Ely PI., Madison, 
Wis.; lawyer. 

Cole, Guv Luther, Marshfield, Mo.; presi- 
dent, Marshfield Creamery Co. 

Field, Waiter Scott, Washington, D. C; 
lawyer, 111 11th St. S. E. 

Hayes, Jay Orley, San Jose, Cal * lawyer. 

Shlpman, Charles Goodrich, 147 Fraser Ave., 
Ocean Park, Cal.; physician and surgeon. 



1877 

Lyon, William Penn, Eden Vale, Cal.; B. A. 
Wis., 1881; B. L. Wis., 1886: business man- 
ager. Mercury Publishing Co., 30 W. Santa 
Clara St., San Jose, Cal. 

Walker, Lewis Edward, 604 W. 6th St., Aus- 
tin, Tex. ; president, Texas Southern Ry., 
Marshall, Tex. 

Wilkinson, Henry Ogden, Milwaukee, Wis. 



1878 

Alverson, Charles Lewis, Portage, Wis.; 
lumber. 

Dickey, George Harry, Esmond, N. D.; farm 
machinery, furniture and loans. 

Everlngham, Edward Lyman, Chicago. 111.; 
grain commission business. 

Parke, Byron Beach, Stevens Point, Wis. 

Smith, Henry Spencer, Menasha, Wis.; wood- 
enware. 

Street, John Anderson, University Club, Salt 
Lake City, UUh; district Judge, Third Ju- 
dicial District of State of Utah, one term; 
lawyer, 317 D. F. Walker Bldg. 

White, Frederic Sanford, 4406 Greenwood 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; manager, wholesale de- 
partment, C. Jevne & Co., 151 Wabash 
Avenue. 

1879 

Cllse, Harry Rountree, 501 W. Highland 
Drive, Seattle, Wash.; lawyer, 420 Globe 
Building. 

Cole. James Alfred, Fort Meade, S. D.; 
officer, U. S. regular army. 

Coombs, Loren Robert, 3720 So. L, Tacoma, 
Wash.; with Coombs & Stone, real estate, 
323 Bankers Trust Bldg. 

Evans, Charles Rountree, Chattanooga, 
Tenn.; grad. A. B. Univ. of Wisconsin, 
1881; admitted to bar, 1884; city attorney 
of Chattanooga, 1887-91; commissioner of 
registration, 1894-95; county attorney, 1894- 
98; captain 6th U. S. Vol. Infty.. 1898; 
major, 1899; dean law dept, Univ. or Chat- 
tanooga, since 1901. 

Hoyt, Melvin Arista, Milwaukee, Wis.; news- 
paper publisher. 

Prince, John R., Tuolumne, Cal.; secy.. West 
Side Lumber Co. 

1880 

Bennet, Grant Robinson, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
lawyer, American National Bank Bldg. 

Boardman, Charles Ruggies, Oshkosh, Wis. 

Church, Archibald, 4858 Madison Ave., Chi- 
cago, Hi.; physician. 

Dockery, Edward Jay, Ashland, Wis. 

Foster, Frank Henry, 535-538, 108 LaSalle 



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180 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Kalk, Charles N., Chicago. 111.; civil engl- 
St., Chicago, III.; contractor, 
neer. 

Rote, Alvln Franklin, Monroe, Wis.; grad. 
University of Wis., 1882, A. B., B. M. E.; 
city supt. of schools, Berlin, Wis.; at 
Neenah, Wis., Beloit, Wis., and at Mon- 
roe, Wis.; lumber merchant. 

VanWIe, Clarence Deuel, Ontario, Cal.; law- 
yer. 

Waldo, Mark Albignese, Duluth. Wis. 

1881 

Drake, Emmet Addis, Socorro, N. M. 

French, Arthur Mains, 407 Chicago, Kenosha, 
Wis.; insurance and real estate. First Na- 
tional Bank Bldg. 

Parker, Elmer Hiram, Minneapolis. Minn.; 
physician, 809 Andrus Bldg. 

Priest, Edwin Burton, Fond du Lac, Wis.; 
engineer. 

1882 

Bennett. Clarence Heckman, Los Angeles, 
Cal.; lawyer, American Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Dodge, Joseph, Chicago, 111.; traveling sales- 
man. 740 Marquette Bldg. 

Dwinneli, William Stanley, Black River Falls. 
Wis.; lawyer. 

Kreuger, M. William, Neenah. Wis.; with 
Kreuger Hardware Co. 

Thayer, Stephen Elmer. Federal Ave. and 
41st St., Everett, Wash.; timber lands and 
logging. Wisconsin Block. 

Trottman, James Rudolph Franklin, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 

Waldo, George Edward, Black River Falls. 
Wis.; lawyer. 

Wales, Charles Marshall, 468 Riverside Drive, 
New York City, N. Y.; agent, Cleveland 
City Forge & Iron Co., 11 Broadway. 

1883 

Meyer, Frederick Phelps, Lancaster, W*is. 

Piatt, E. M., Chicago. 111.; sales agent, 200 
Western Union Bldg. 

Thomas, Charles Henry, 706 5th Ave., Spo- 
kane. Wash.; manufacturer's agent, 312 
Empire State Bldg. 

1884 

Peterson, James A., 2727 Chicago Ave., Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; trans, to Minn. Beta; law- 
yer, 410 Security Bank Bldg. 

1885 

Bowman, John Henry, St. Paul, Minn. 
Dockery, Joseph Henry, Ashland, Wis. 
Youmans, Laurel Elmer, Mukwonago, Wis.; 
physician and surgeon. 

1886 

Baxter, George Hiram, Fennimore, Wis. 

Collins, Frederick IrvinOi 25 Messer St.,' 
Providence, R. I.; clergyman. 

Fulton, Clinton, Hudson, Wis. 

Richmond, Robert Mark, Omaha, Neb. 

Studley, W. H., 1370 Humboldt Ave.. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., manager. Riverside Sanita- 
rium and Woman's Hospital. 

1887 

Case, James Francis, City Hall. Manila, 
P. I.; capt., brevet major and major U. 8. 
Vols., chief engr. staff of MJ.-Qen. Law- 
ton; chief engr. Manila water and sewer 



systems; director of public works of the 
Philippine Islands. 
Prior, Joseph H., 3413 Portland Ave., Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; trans, to Minn. Beta; law- 
yer, 304 S. 7th St. 

1888 

Carter, Thomas P., Platteville. Wis. 

Clementson. George B., Lancaster, Wis.; 
trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Day. Eugene H., 2729 Portland Ave., Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; trans, to lyilnn. Beta; pro- 
prietor, E. H. Day Lumber Co., 511 S. 3d 
Street. 

Flower, Louis B., 732 California Terrace. 
Chicago, 111. 

North, Harry Lemuel, Hudson, Wis.; lawyer. 

Prescott, Loren Locke, Duluth, Minn. 

1889 

Alevard, J. H.. Jr., Bessemer. Mich. 
Lunt, Alfred James, Racine, Wis. 
Sheldon, R. Skiff, Houghton, Mich. 

1890 

Fitch, Henry Edmund, Babcock, Wis. 
Ford, Marcus, Madison, Wis. 

1891 

Blaisdell, Henry Lawrence, Rockford, 111. 
Qreene, William August; address unknown. 



1896 

Knowies, Edwin Corydon French, 689 North- 
rup St., Portland, Ore.; Are insurance, 603 
Concord Bldg. 

Sutherland, Charles Henry, 115 Main St., 
.lanesville. Wis.; physician. 



1897 

Axtell, Lyie Everett, Harvard, 111.; cashier, 
Ax tell 's Exchange Bank. 

Bergstrom, Willis Charles, P. O. Box 1171, 
Tacoma, Wash.; timber business. 

Echlln, Samuel Bassett, 56 Mineral Point 
Ave.. Janesville, Wis.; engineer. 

Harper, Cornelius Allen, 15 E. Wilson, Madi- 
son, Wis.; physician; secy.. State Board of 
Health; secy.. State Tuberculosis Com- 
mission. 

Jacobs, Frank Whittler, 152 E. Gilman St., 
Madison, Wis.; bonds and mortgages. 

LyIe, J. T. Stuart, Tacoma, Wash.; lawyer. 
603-6 Bernice Bldg. 

McNamara, Frank Landis, Hayward. Wis.; 
district attorney of Sawyer County since 
1904; member of school board, 1906-08; 
lawyer. 

Palmer, Bernard Morev, Janesville, Wis.; 
grad. University of Wisconsin, B. L. 1900; 
lawyer. 

Peterson. Edward Henry, 314 Pleasant St., 
Janesville, Wis.; lawyer. 

Smith, Allard Johnston, 319 Prospect Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; real estate, loans and 
insurance, Room 40, 93 Mason St. 

Tllllsch, John Henry, Canby, Minn.; physi- 
cian. 

WIgdale, Norman, 308 Montgomery Bldg., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Williamson, Edward Lucius, 378 Bandinl 
Ave.. Riverside. Cal.: asst. engineer, Riv* 
erside Trust Co., Ltd. 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 



181 



1898 

Alien, Charles Chester, 550 Durkee Ave., 
Kenosha, Wis.; vlce-pres., N. R. Allen's 
Sons Co. 

Carpenter, Fred Hiltman, Kenosha, Wis.; 
note broker, F. S. Moseley & Co., 205 La 
Salle St., Chicago. 

Fugltt, Carroll Townshend, Clarendon Hotel, 
Memphis, Tenn.; civil engineer. 

Hopkins, James Stoip, Palmer House, Chi- 
cago, III.; lawyer, member firm of Hopkins, 

Frick, Orlando Henry, 1316 Wells St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; civil engineer. 

McClure, J. C, Omaha, Neb.; asst. cashier, 
U. S. National Bank. 

Schroeder, Percy Edward, 1441 Wisconsin 
St., Racine, Wis.; vlce-pres., Schroeder 
Dry Goods Co., 402-404 Main St. 

Sutherland, Frederick Ellsworth, 331 Wash- 
ington St., Janesville, Wis.; physician. 

Sutherland, William Chester, 220 Sarah Ave., 
Birmingham, Ala.; asst. gen. supt., Ten- 
nessee Coal, Iron & R. R. Co., Ensley, Ala. 

Taylor, John Clarence, 574 2d Ave., Salt 
LAke City, Utah. 

Tracy, Percy Wheeier, Charles City, Iowa; 
merchant. 

Thompson, Charles Lowry; address unknown. 

1899 

Dean, Earle Stewart, Hinsdale, III. 

Eaton, William Dunseith, Jerseyville. III. 

FIshburn, Donald Brady, 418 Lafayette St., 
Aurora. 111.; with J. J. FIshburn & Son, 
40 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

Friend, John Henry. Jr., Toluca, Mexico; 
manager, Toluca Electric Light & Power 
Company. 

Lea, Henry Leslie, Moline, III. 

Miller, Wallace William, North Yakima, 
Wash.; deputy county auditor, Yakima 
County, Wash. 

Reevs, Harry Lee, Rhinelander, Wis.; law- 
yer. 

Ripley, George W., Eaton Hotel, Portland, 
Ore.; asst. cashier, Hartman & Thompson, 
bankers. 

Slckeis, William Wheeiock, 337 S. 4th St. E., 
Salt Lake City, Utah; traveling salesman. 
Western Arms & Sporting Goods Co. 

Tracy, Lyndon HIckok, 1354 Berwyn Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; grad. Univ. of Wisconsin, 
1901; with loan dept., New York Life In- 
surance Co., 600 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Whitney, Charles Ray, Waukegan, 111.; bank- 
ing. 

1900 

Gardner, Charles Henry, Roseburg, Ore.; 
timber. 

Haugan, Charles Marius, 1173 Deming PL, 
Chicago, 111.; with State Bank of Chicago. 

James, James Charles, 260 Downer PI., Au- 
rora, 111.; lawyer; assistant state's attor- 
ney. 

McCormlck, William Laird, 421 N. Yakima 
Ave., Tacoma, Wash.; lawyer, 503 Bemlce 
Building. 

Mussell, Waldo, Dugout, W. Va.; supt., Ra- 
leigh Lumber Co. 

Sibley, William Edward, Jr., 515 20th St., 
Sioux City, Iowa; manager, Tolerton & 
Warfleld Co. 

1901 

Allen, Robert William, 431 Chicago St.. Ke- 
nosha, Wis.; salesman, N. R. Allen's Sons 
Company. 

Belden, Frank Annis, Aurora, 111.; with Her- 
ring Milling Co., 10 Root St. 



FIndlay, William Walworth Herbert, 3870 
Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo.; electrical 
engineer. 

Jenner, Edward David, 380 Terrace Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; lawyer, 1201-6 Wells 
Building. 

IVIorley, Ebor Lyth, 5718 Wlnthrop Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; engineer. 

PettIt, Frederick Robinson, Kenosha, Wis.; 
trans, to 111. Beta; golf champion. State of 
^^isconsin for several years; purchasing 
dept., J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. 

Rosbrook, Harrison Wlliard, Dixon, 111. 



1902 

Carpenter, Frank Whitney, 903 Michigan 
Ave., Evanston, 111.; note broker, 234 La 
Salle St., Chicago. 

Dunwiddie, Stanley Gray, 441 Madison St., 
Janesville, Wis.; grad. University of Wis- 
consin, College of Letters and Science, 
1906; law, 1907; lawyer. 

Lawrence, Douglas Howard, Sterling, 111.; 
engineer. 

Leslie, Charles Edwin, 1246 Judson Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; asst. adv. mgr., Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co. 

Lewis, Rollin C, Janesville, Wis. 

Lyie, Stanley David, 429 Sterling PI., Madl- 
son, Wis.; appraiser. 

Reynolds, Harry Hern, 4109 Drexel Blvd., 
Chicago, ill.; automobile specialties, 1205 
Monadnock Block.- 



1903 

Cavanagh, Richard Parkinson, 370 Prairie 

Ave., Kenosha, Wis. 
Draper, George Lester, 578 Cedar Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio; tin-plate business. 
Kemler, Truman Douglas, Platteville, Wis.; 

merchant. 
Lea, Robert Wentworth, Moline, 111.; man- 
ager, Otis Elevator Co. 
Pole, James Sinclair, 210 S. Park Ave., Aus- 
tin Sta., Chicago, IlL; asst. engr., Chicago 

& Northwestern Ry. 
Sage, Robert Henry, Delavan. Wis.; summer 

resort. 
Schmoeger, Harry John, Sterling, 111.; 111. 

.sales agent. United States Gypsum Co., 

200 Monroe St., Chicago. 
Stivers, Arthur Ducat, Independence, Kan.; 

city engineer. 
Walser, Edward William, 145 S. Central Ave., 

Austin Sta., Chicago, 111.; engineering, Goss 

Printing Press Co. 
Wilbur, Chariss l^^cCoMum, 85 N. Lake St., 

Aurora, 111.; railroad fuel inspector, 209 

Adams St., Chicago. 
Wylle, Edgar Henry, 4214 Oakenwald Ave., 

Chicago, 111.; with Chicago City Railway 

Company. 

1904 

Carden, James, 1934 Belmont Ave., Chicago, 
Illinois. 

Carpenter, Nathaniel Elliott, R. F. D., Box 
121, Dolores, Colo.; manager, Fauvall Mon- 
tezuma Valley I.dLnds. 

Gesell, Egbert George, Tomahawk, Wis.; 
secy, and treas., C. A. Gesell Co. 

Heath, Samuel Wild, 401 N. 5th St., Terre 
Haute, Ind.; engineer of. light and power 
dept., T. H. I. & E. Trac. Co. 

Mott, Charles Smith, Brainerd, Minn.; rail- 
road superintendent. 

North, Kent Beaugrand, Clifton Park, Lake- 
wood, Ohio; engineer. 

Roach, Rollin Edwin, Rock Rapids, Iowa. 



182 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1905 

Brennan, Jams* Walter, 310 Castle St., Ge- 
neva, N. T.; civil engineer; city engineer, 
board of public works. 

Castle, Sidney Lester, 627 N. Central Ave., 
Austin, 111. 

Castle, Ward Church, 322 N. Central Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; with £3. H. Rollins & Sons, 
bankers, 238 LaSalle St. 

Dwight, Alfred Richard, Cone, N. M.; live 
stock ranch 

Hastings, Rol'land Thonnas Rankin, 220 Dale 
Ave., Highland Park, III.; trans, to N. H. 
Alpha. 

Haugan, John Richard, Box 232, Emmett, 
Idaho; rancher. 

Knight, Douglas Scotton, Bayfield, Wis. 

McCormick, Robert Alan, 117 11th St., Ta- 
coma. Wash.; with McCormick Lumber Co. 

Mercer, Frank Campbell, 1919 Wrightwood 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; treas. and mgr., Evans- 
ton Lumber Co. 

Purdy, Donald Fargher, 1432 Porter St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Washburn, Edgar Bassett, Hinsdale. 111.; 
florist. 

Wohirab, Sylvan William, 460 Terrace Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

1906 

Blair, Milton Johnston, 6344 Liakewood Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 
Brewer, Fabian Seckel, 493 N. State St., 

Chicago, 111.; real estate, 3905 W. 12th St. 
DIttus, Edward Julius, care School of Mines, 

Golden, Colo. 
Gage, Charles Henry, Jr., 564 N. Willow 

Ave., Chicago, HI. 
Klaner, Fred Alfred, Jr., 2733 Pine Grove 

Ave., Chicago, III.; undertaker, 1253 N. 

Clark St. 
Hanchett, David Scott, 5208 JefTerson Ave., 

Chicago. 111. 
Lord, Frank Edwin, 211 E. Fellows St., 

Dixon, III.; with Otis Elevator Co. 
Marsh, Charles Drennen, Clear Lake, Idaho; 

rancher. 
Rote, Robert Lewis, 502 West Ave., Monroe, 

Wisconsin. 
Ruth, Verl Alton, Manila, P. I.; third lieut. 

Philippine constabulary. Bureau of Con- 
stabulary. 
Trowbridge, Harley George, Hayward, Wis.; 

with United Iron Works. 
VanSlyke, John Daniel, 610 N. Carroll St., 

Madison, Wis.; remit clerk. Bank of Wis- 
consin. 



1907 

Algeo, Harold Leigh, 4060 Kenmore Ave.» 

Chicago, 111. 
Baird, Chester, 182 29th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Brown, Seeley Matthew, SL Joe, Mo.; with 

Standard Oil Co. 
Buchanan, Victor Sauvain, Madison, Wis. 
Dorr, Addison Michael, 130 10th St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Qraham, David Benjamin, 15 Lincoln Ave.» 

Freeport, HI. 
Green, William Henry, Ligonier, Ind. 
Head, Clarence Eugene, Kenosha, Wis. 
Ingersoll, Charles Dewey, 251 E. Chestnut 

St., Canton, HI.; with time dept., Parlin & 

Orendorff Co. 
Kelly, Paul Frederick, Clinton, Iowa. 
Richards, Arch Eldredge, Geneva, IlL 
Stewart, John, 264 Garfield Ave., Aurora, 111. 
Thompson, James Stacy, Ligonier, Ind. 
Week, Eriing Finch, 1914 1st Ave., Spokane, 

Washington. 

1908 

Eagan, Roderick, Missoula, Mont.; bank 

clerk, Western Mont. National Bank. 
Faucett, Robert Charles, Laurium, Mich. 
Little, William Douglas, Geneva, 111. 
Parker, Reed Lynne, South Bend. Ind. 
Puilen, Paul Pike, Evansville, Wis. 
Scott, William Wright, 612 8th St. S.. Fargo, 

N. D.; asst. cashier. First National Bank, 

Marmouth, N. D. 
Stanley, Stewart Woods, 608 W. 8th St.» 

Sioux Falls, S. D. 
Stanley, Elton Woods, Hot Springs, S. D. 
Wiliiams, Eraatus Appleman, 722 7th St., 

Bismarck, N. D. 

1909 

Boutin, Francis C, Bayfield, Wis. 

Carr, Jesse George, Aurora. 111. 

Cavaney, Arthur J., 2606 Grand Ave., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Curtin, Frederick J., 917 West End Ave., 
New York City, N. T. 

Qeseii, Carl F., Tomahawk, Wis. 

Hanchett, Russei C, The Shenandoah, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Hariln. Wilbur Albert, 530 N. Main St., South 
Bend, Ind. 

Todd, Ralph La I la way, 40 N. View St., Au- 
rora, 111. 

Watson, Peter W., 1500 Wilson Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 



WISCONSIN BETA. 

RACINE COLLEGE. 

RACINE. WISCONSIN. 

FOrXDEI) IN 1S76. SUSPENDED IN 1878 ON ACCOUNT OF ANTI- 
FRATERNITY LAWS. 



1876 1877 

m 

Chase, K., Abilene, Texas. Kershaw, Philip Henry, Tacoma, Wash. 

Reton, C. G., Elizabeth, N. J. Paulsen, William Albert, 55 Wentworth Ave., 

Weeks, Frederick Eugene, Brookline, Mass. Chicago, III. 

Rhodes, William, 583 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Sanderson, Henry Byron, Milwaukee, Wis. 



183 



WISCONSIN GAMMA. 



BELOIT COLLEGE. 

BELOIT, WISCONSIN. 

FOUNDED 1881, BY THEODORE GRAHAM LEWIS, EDWARD M. 
BERGEN, RUFUS G. COLLINS, WALTER F. COOLING, F. 8. 
DUNSHEE, ELMER E. HEG, LEONARD BRONSON, A. J. BROWN, 
BYRNE L. DAVIS, EDWARD D. HOME, CHARLES H. HARVEY, 
FRED E. HOLMES, J. P. LANSING, JAMES B. SHEEAN, CHARLES 
E. SMEDES, EDWIN J. SMITH AND JOSEPH E. WARE. 



1881 

Bergen, Edward Martin, 747 E. Madison St., 
Portland, Ore. 

Bronton, Leonard, 315 Dearborn St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; manager lumber association. 

Brown, Amplin Jotephut, Litchfield, Minn. 

Collint, Rufut George, &157 Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; physician and* surgeon, 5059 
State St. 

Cooling, Walter Freeman, 1431 Monticello 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; trans, to Mich. Alpha; 
lawyer. 

Davit, Byron Ludington; address unknown. 

Dunthee, Frank Strong, 3911 Ingersoll Ave.. 
Des Moines, Iowa; lawyer, Manhattan 
Building. 

Dunshee, George W., Thompson, 111. 

Harvey, Charlet Henry, 516 W. Vine Ave., 
Knoxville, Tenn.; trans, to Mich. Alpha; 
president. Street Railway & Electric Light, 
626 Gay St. 

Heg, Elwin E., Seattle, Wash.; physician, 
Bailey Bldg. 

Holmet, Frederick Eibert: address unknown. 

Hubachek, Frank R., 611 Bank of Commerce 
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hyer, Stanton A.» Rockford, 111. 

Jacobson. Eiiat, 482 Huron Ave., Pierre, 
S. D.; land examiner. State Land Depart- 
ment. 

Lewie, T. G., 44 Broad St., New York City, 
New York. 

Sheean, Janiet M., 5484 East End Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; trans, to Mich. Alpha; lawyer, 
member firm of Calhoun, Lyford & Sheean. 
Rookery Bldg. 

Smith, Edwin James, Rocky Ford. Colo. 
Ware, Joseph E., 515 9th Ave. S. E., Minne- 
apolis, J^nn.; cashier, St. Anthony Falls 
Bank. 

1882 



1883 

Hendrickton, George Lincoln, New Haven, 
Conn.; B. A. Johns Hopkins University, 
1887; professor of Latin, University of Wis., 
1891-96; University of Chicago. 1897-1907; 
professor of Latin, Yale University since 
1908. 

Tennent, Edgar Goodtpeed, 4408 Michigan 
Ave., Chicago, III.; department manager, 
Rothschild & Co. 

Van Tattel, Amot Henry, 824 Church St., 
Beloit. Wis.; grad. Beloit College. 1887; 
traveling salesman. 

Welsh, Robert Kaye, Rockford, 111. 

1884 

Bpmtteen, Helmer Edward, Washington, 
D. C; clerk, U. S. Bureau of Labor, 1429 
New York Ave. 

Emerson, Charles Warren, Union Club, Chi- 
cago, 111.; city editor. Tribune. 

Haven, Walter Silas, Racine, Wis. 

White, Henry Kirke, 185 4th St., Hinsdale, 
III.; A. B. Beloit College, 1888; A. M. Har- 
vard, 1892; senior fellow in political econ- 
omy. Univ. of Chicago, 1893-94; teaching 
fellow at University of Missouri, 1894-95; 
business manager, malleable iron dept.. 
Crane Co., Chicago. 



1886 



to 



LuiIng, C. M.; address unknown; trans. 
Wis. Alpha. 

Richardson, Marthait Pease, 429 Prospect 
Ave., Janesville, Wis.: trans, to Wis. Al- 
pha; lawyer. Hayes Block. 

Shipnet, Witford C, 4450 Berkeley Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; lawyer, 1618 Ashland Block. 

-1886 



Crow, Louis Waiter, 4320 Hazel Ave.. Chi- 
cago, 111.; vice-president, Mears-Slayton 
Lumber Co., 1113 Belmont Ave. Smith, Samuel Melanchthon, 1016 Milwaukee 

Lansing, Joseph Philips; address unknown. Ave., Janesville, Wis.; lawyer; cashier, 

Wurtz, R. A.; address unknown; insurance. Merchants and Mechanics Savings Bank. 

184 



BELOIT COLLEGE. 



185 



Walte, Dan, Duluth, Minn.; with Blake & 
Walte Co. 

1887 

Reckhow, Louis M., 1029 Spofford Ave., 
Rockford, 111.; county Judge, Court House. 

Treat, Burrell Brown, 1029 N. Church, Rock- 
ford, III.; Insurance, 410 Brown Bldg. 

1888 

Breltzman, Edward J.. Fond du Lac, Wis.; 

editor Commonwealth. 
Thompson, Alfred Sigurd, Montgomerie 

Park, Beloit, Wis.; manufacturer. 



1893 

Atkinson, Wliliam Austin, 86 Missouri Ave., 
Detroit, Mich.; trans, to Wis. Alpha; rec- 
tor, St. Mathlas Episcopal Church. 

Benson, William. 120 N. 17th St., Cedar Rap- 
ids, Iowa; professor of Greek, Coe College, 
Cedar Rapids. 

Blanchard, Herman 8., 1416 Aberdeen St, 
Chicago Heights. III.; grad. Beloit College, 
1897; admitted to bar, 1900: lawyer. 

Holt, George Nelson, 713 Fine Arts Bldg., 
Chicago, 111.; reporter. 

Jones, Ptiny White, Black River Falls. Wis. 

Lawrence, W. C, 500 8th St. S., Minneapolis, 
Minn.; with Armour & Co. 



1889 

Benson, James, 1415 Peoria Ave., Peoria, Dl.; 
Presbyterian minister. 

Blackman, Thane Miller, Whitewater, Wis.; 
vice-president. First National Bank. 

Carpenter, Calvin, 505 Union Trust Bldg., 
Los Angeles, Cal.; mining expert. 

Carpenter, Ingle, Avenida, Tobasco 164 Mex- 
ico City, Mexico; lawyer, 518 La Mutua, 
Mexico City; 20 Vesey St., New York City. 

Ellenson, Eugene P., Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

Smith, A. Philip, 330 W. State St., Rockford, 
111.; lawyer; city attorney. 



1890 

Grassle, Henry Holbrook, Chicago, 111.; com- 
mercial salesman, Florsheim Shoe Co. 

Martin, Wilton B., 3816 Michigan Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; investments, 332 Monadnock 
Block. 

Reltler, Eugene J., Beloit, Wis.; merchant. 

Shumaker, Frank Wesley, "Knightwood," 
Amitsrville, L. I.; grad. Beloit College, B. 
A. 1892; secy.. Sterling Debenture Corpo- 
ration. 

Stevens, Edward James, 5660 Madison Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; grad. Beloit College, 1894; 
Harvard University Law School, 1897; law- 
yer, Marquette Bldg. 



1891 

Belt, Horatio C, 414 16th Ave. N., Seattle, 
Wash.; lawyer, 1001-5 Alaska Bldg. 

Belt, William L., Spokane Falls, Wash. 

Ingie, John, 449 W. 123d St.. New York City, 
N. Y.; Ph. B. DePauw. 1893; lawyer, 1 
Nassau St 

Lewis, John Simon, Military Club, 7 Beaver 
Hall Square, Montreal, Quebec: trans, to 
III. Beta; grad. University of Chicago, 1896; 
associate editor. The Daily Star, Montreal. 

Mclver, Matthew Nelson, 124 Frederick St., 
Oshkosh, Wis.; trans, to Wis. Alpha; grad. 
Beloit College, 1892; superintendent of 
schools, since 1898. 

Mouat, Malcolm Ozias, 602 St. Lawrence 
Ave., Janesville, Wis.; grad. Beloit Col- 
lege, 1894; lawyer, 10 W. Milwaukee St. 

Ream, William Theophilus, Mondovi, Wis. 



1892 

Bunge, George Wlliiam, 416 S. 14th St., JjB. 
Crosse '^STis. 

Gregory ,' Seth Wallls, Delavan, Wis.; in- 
structor in school for deaf mutes. 

Hull, Arthur Mattoon, 852 Crescent PI., Chi- 
cago, 111.; trans, to Minn. Beta; editor and 
gen. mgr., The Retail Coalman, 1431 Mo- 
nadnock Block. 



1894 

Blaisdeli, Guv A., 451 Woodstock PI., Mil- 
waukee, wis.; teacher of history; vice- 
principal. North Division High School. 

Chllds, Lester C, 186 8d St., Hinsdale, 111.; 
grad. Beloit College, 1898; North wester^ 
University Law School, 1901; law^r, mem- 
ber firm of Childs A Childs, Borden Block. 

DeBerard, Henry, i, Denver, Colo.; chemist. 
Union water Works. 

DeBerard, Witford W., Oakland, Cal.; chem- 
ist, People's Water Co. 

Jeffrls, Frederick James, Chicago Athletic 
Association, Chicago. III.; secy, and treas.. 
Chicago Car Lumber Co. 

Keith, Carl, 239 Madison St.. Chicago, 111.; 
treasurer, Illinois Electric Co. 



1896 

Bentley, Charles J., Freeport, 111.; trans, to 
III Beta* lawver 

Childs, Robert William, Hinsdale, 111.; grad. 
Beloit College, 1899; Harvard Law School, 
1902; lawyer, assistant U. S. attorney, 826 
Federal Bldg.. Chicago. 

Collie, Henry Gienwood, Miller, S. D.; phy- 
slcian 

Evans, Paul Herbert, 725 S. Cedar St.. 
Owatonna, Minn.; cashier. Security State 
Bank. 

Rogers, Seiden Wallace, 117 E. Franklin St., 
Portage, Wis.; trans, to Wis. Alpha; law- 
yer, member firm of Rogers & Rogers. 

SIckeis, Lewis Norwood, Marion, N. D.; 
cashier, Johnston State Bank. 

Smith, Henry Francis, Montgomery Hall, 
Colorado Springs, Colo.; high school teach- 
er, Spencer, la., 1897-99; principal Warren 
Academy, Warren, 111., 1899-1900; head of 
Latin dept., Yankton College, Yankton, 
S. D., 1903-06; assistant professor of bib- 
lical literature, Colorado College. 



1896 

Hebbard, Guy, Spokane, Wash.; with Tull & 

Gibbs. 
Ruenning, Lewis C; address unknown. 
Van Wart, Don, Harrison Ave., Beloit, Wis.; 

insurance. 

1897 

Allen, Robert Aurand, Carbonado, Wash.; 

grad. Northwestern University, M. D. 1906; 

physician and surgeon. 
Burchard, Paul Charles, 505 Foster St., Fort 

Atkinson, Wis.; assistant postmaster, post- 

ofnce. 
Denlson, B. W., New York City, N. Y.; with 

Hearst's Journal. 
Smale, Joshua Apsley, Rugby, N. D.; lawyer. 



186 



PHI KAPPA PSl FRATERNITY. 



Wright, Wirt, 3101 Virginia PI., East St. 
Louis, 111.; cashier, The National Stock 
Yards National Bank, National Stock 
Yards, III. 

1898 

Butlinell, Albert C, 2111 E. 13th St, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Crotsette, Roi3ert Q., Hinsdale, 111.; with 
Cutter & Crosse tte, Adams and Market 
Sts., Chicago. 

Gage, Frank Jamet, 233 S. Waller Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; wholesale music, 700 Lake St. 

Johnson, C. B., 203 Jackson, Pendleton, Ore. 

Meyer, Edwin F., Columbus, Miss.; lumber 
business. 

1899 

Allen, William Henry, 840 Highland Ave., 
Beloit, Wis.; traveling salesman, C. H. 
Besly & Co., 15-21 S. Clinton St.. Chicago. 

Blewett, R. L., Seattle, Wash.; lawyer. Col- 
man Bldg. 

Bunge, Ernest J., 1304 Washington Blvd., 
Chicago. 111. 

Dorr, Roy Kimball, Hotel Southern, Kenosha, 
Wis.; secy, and treas., Kenosha Chemical 
Company. 

Dupee, Frank W., Barlville, 111.; secretary of 
Dupee Bros., Inc. 

Dupee. John Alden, Earlville, III.; treasurer, 
r>upee Bros., Inc. 

Ellis, Ed Arthur, Geneva, HI.; principal high 
school. 

Griags, Edward M., 204 E. Kent St., Streator, 
111.; lawyer, care Reeves, Osborn & Griggs. 

Loranger, Egbert Fletcher, 608 9th Ave. W., 
Ashland, Wis. 

Newlands, James Andrew, 299 College St., 
Mlddletown, Conn.; grad. Beloit College, 
1903; assistant in chemistry, Beloit Col- 
lege, 1904; bacteriologist, Conn. State Board 
of Health, 1905-07; chemist, Connecticut 
State Board of Health, since 1907. 

Rippin, William Lloyd, 711 E. Golden St., 
Cripple Creek, Colo. 

Whltl^eld, William Victor, 7300 Princeton 
Ave.. Chicago, 111.; western representative. 
Sterling VamLsh Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

1900 

Bross, Philip F., Wahoo, Neb.; trans, to 

Neb. Alpha; book store. 
Cooper, Alfred T., Webster, S. D. 
Gray, Orrin Carlyle, 270 B St., San Mateo, 

Cal.; San Mateo Real Estate & Building 

Company. 
Jenkins, l-lenry B., Beloit, Wis.; clerk in 

postomce. 
Ross, Qeorge C, 625 Ann St., Parkersburg, 

W. Va.; civil engineer, U. S. Eng. Office, 

U. S. War Dept. 
Slater, Don Juan, Richland Center, Wis. 
Sparks, Qeorge F., 233 Custer Ave., Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

1901 

Cummlngs, Roy Lundy, Roscoe, III.; fire in- 
surance. 

Dudley, Oscar Thompson, 1459 Lieland Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; estimator, Terra Cotta Fire- 
proofing, 439 Rookery. 

Fellows, Arthur Morey, Canadian, Okla.; 
vice-pres. and supt., Oklahoma Timber 
Land & Lumber Co. 

Gardner, John Millard, 8820 Carnegie Ave., 
Cleveland. Ohio; sales manager, Gardner 
Machine Co. 

Healy, William James, 426 7th St., Rochelle, 
111. ; lawyer, member Arm of Healy & Healy. 



Kelley, Lawrence Elam, 723 Prairie Ave., 
Beloit, Wis.; physician, St. Luke*s Hos- 
pital. Chicago. 

Thomas, James R., Missoula, Mont. 

Thomas, J. Frank, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Vogelsburg, Henry Thomas, ESarlville, 111. 



1902 

Cory, Hobart Leavitt, Waukesha, Wis. 

Craven, Frederick William, 422 N. Jefferson 
St., Mason City, Iowa. 

Edbrooke, Louis Henry; address unknown; 
trans, to III.. Beta. 

Hart, Edwin Carlton, 628 Pleasant St., Be- 
loit, Wis.; reporter, Beloit Daily News. 

Schellenger, Ralph Willson, 204 Bluff St., 
Beloit, Wis.; traveling salesman, lumber 
business. Republican House, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin. 

Taylor, Irvine, Earlville, 111. 

Wright, Roy Fred, Edgerton, Wis.; cashier. 
First National Bank. 



1903 

Bell, Golden Woolfoik, 1546 Euclid Ave., 
Berkeley, Cal.; trans, to Cal. Gamma; grad. 
University of California, 1907; lawyer. 

Chesbrough, Ralph Fordyce, 651 Park Ave., 
Beloit, Wis.; traveling salesman, Quaker 
Oats Co., Railway Exchange Bldg., Chi- 
cago. 

Childs, Kent Coffeen> Hinsdale, 111. 

Cornwell, Milton H., 711 W. State St., Rock- 
ford, 111.; life and accident insurance. 

Cory, Judson, 1401 University Ave. S. E., " 
Minneapolis, Minn.; publishing and print- 
ing business. 

Cowan, Frank C, Poplar Grove, 111.; high 
school principal. 

Hllscher, Ralph, Watseka, 111. 

Townsend, Harold Guyon, 408 N. Geneva St., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

1904 

Gardner, Edward Barber, Beloit, Wis.; with 

Gardner Machine Works. 
Green, Howard Ransom, 325 Washington St., 

Janesvllle, Wis.; with Green's Tobacco Co. 
McCreedy, MacHarvey, Lancaster, Wisi!.; 

.sanitary engineer. State Board of Health, 

Boston. 
Smith, Curtis Quincy, 5530 Cornell Ave., 

Chicago, 111.; insurance. 
Tawney, James l^illard, 421 W. Broadway. 

Winona, Minn.; lumber. 
Underhlll, Lee, 701 Washington Ave., Wil- 

mette, III.; salesman, Schermack Mailing 

Machine Co., 325 New York Life Bldg., 

Chicago. 

1906 

Breon, George Alfred. Hotel Winn, Denver, 
Colo.; hotel business. 

Cary, Luclan Herbert, 256 E. 51st St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; professor, Wabash College, 
Indiana. 

Evans, Robert Bernard, 1617 7th Ave., Moline. 
111.; salesman. Washburn-Crosby Co., 27 
McManus Bldg., Davenport, Iowa. 

Josseiyn, Paul Reltler, 841 4th Ave., Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Mead, Ernest John, Geneva, 111.; newspaper 
manager, St. Charles, 111. 

Midgley, Frank S., Newkirk, Okla.: banking. 

Munn, Lyie Kendall. 528 Bluff St., Beloit, 
Wis.: bank clerk, Second National Bank. 

Robb, Floyd Newton, Marengo, III. 



BELOIT COLLEGE. 



is: 



Smith, Royal Porter, 406 N. Monroe. Peoria, 
111.: trans, to Wis. Alpha; asst. supt., Bar- 
rett Mfg. Co. 

Stilwell, Donald Lonton, 43 Lincoln Ave., 
Deadwood, S. D. 

1906 

Chesbrough, William Henry, Jr., 651 Park 
Ave., Belolt, Wis. 

Collins, Sydney Tenlson, Jr., 1125 Chapln 
St., Beloit, Wis. 

Dunham, George Harold, Manchester, Iowa. 

LeRoy, Allen Rubin, 701 Main St., Manches- 
ter, Iowa. 

Lyon, Leverett Samuel, 505 Elmwood Ave., 
Jollet, 111. 

Martin, Warren E., Watseka, 111.; farmer. 

Mead, Leonard C, Geneva, 111. 

Orcutt, Oran Quernsey, 617 Pleasant St., 
Osage, Iowa. 

1907 

Allaben, Gerald Randolph, 974 N. Court St., 
Rockford, 111. 

Armin, Frank Miller, 1910 Sharpe Ave., Spo- 
kane "V^ash 

Ayer, Wesley Frost, 1023 Park Ave., Belolt, 
Wisconsin. 

Fredericks, Leonard Hudson, 536 W. Ma- 
rion, Jollet, 111. 

Harris, Tom Ferdinand, Morris, Minn. 

Jeffris, Kenneth Baldwin, 202 S. Franklin 
St., Janesville, Wis. 

Johnson, Waiter Adolph, Glenwood, Minn. 

Koefod, Hilmar, Glenwood, Minn. 

Reese, Wiliard Francis, Lima Center, Wis.; 
with I. L. Reese A Sons. 

Ross, Hamilton Nelson, 819 Park Ave., Be- 
lolt, Wis. 



Selkirk, Ralph William, 215 S. Lincoln Ave., 

Aurora, III. 
Taber, Russei Seth, 3205 Lea St., Cleveland, 

Tenn. 



1908 

Bennett, George Horace, Batavia, Ave., Ge- 
neva, 111. 

Hinckley, Royal RIford, 841 Vine St., Beloit, 
Wis. 

Merrill, Ralph Whelan, 80 6th Ave., Hins- 
dale. 111. 

Pearsall, Robert Ellis, 625 Harrison St., Be- 
loit, Wis. 

ReShore, Louis Theyer, Dowaglac, Mich. 

Ta Inter, Robert, Veroqua, Wis. 

Webster, William Brennan, Vine St.. Hudson, 
Wisconsin. 

Wolcott, Harold Edward, 509 S. Eastern 
Ave., Jollet, 111. 



1909 ] 

Burke, Waiter S., Batavia, 111. 

Collins, Arthur F., Hinsdale, III. 

Guest, Arthur Thomas, Rochelle, III. 

Hoilester, Lawrence A., Manchester, Iowa, 

Holmes, Bert C, BvansviUe, Wis. 

Hosmer, Roscoe, Ashland, Wis. 

McCoy, Ralph W., New Richmond, Wis. 

Miller, Ernest L., Cumberland, Wis. 

Reeves, John D., Glenwood, Minn. 

Ruth, Roland W., 400 Downer PI., Aurora, 

Illinois. 
Simons. George Washington, Jr., Rochelle, 

Illinois. 
Webster, Elbert Morgan, Hudson, Wis. 
Wiley, Robert A., Earlville. 111. 



MINNESOTA ALPHA. 



CARLETON COLLEGE. 

NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA. 

FOUNDED IN APBIL, 1883, BY W. D. ABBOTT, F. G, BARROWS, 
W. T. BILL, LAFAYETTE BLISS, E. K. CHEADLE, F. N. DICK- 
SON, A. C. FINNEY, G. J. FIFIELD, J. F. JACKSON, E. W. KEL- 
LOGG, J. W. MORRIS, A. R. NICHOLS, D. ROBERTSON, G. M. 
WILLIAMSON AND J. E. WARE. 

Jnadiv after 1888, 



1883 

Abbott, William Daniel, Winona. Minn. 
Arnold. Stephen Olin, 296 Endlcott Arcade, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Barrowt, Frederick Goodtell, Fergus Falls, 

Minn. 
Bill, William Thomas, Fergus Falls, Minn. 
Bliss, Lafayette, Virginia. Minn. 
Cheadle, E. K., Lewiston. Mont 
Dickson, Frederick Newberry, Globe Bldg., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Eggieston, Waiter A., 1777 Dupont Ave., S., 

Minneapolis, Minn.; vice-pres. and secy. 

David Bell Investment Co., 230 Security 

Banlc Bldg. 
Fifleid, Qustavus Jerrard, Bismarck, N. D. 
Finney, Albert Carlisle, Minneapolis, Minn.; 

asst. city attorney. City Hall. 
Hunt, William Augustus, 310 Union St, 

Northfleld, Minn.; physician and surgeon. 
Huntoon, Lew Addison, Moorhead, Minn. 
Jackson, James Frederick, Room 109, City 

Hall, St. Paul, Minn. 
Kellogg, E. Wells, cor. Grand Ave. & 16th 

St., Milwaukee, Wifl.; physician. Majestic 

Bldg. 
Robertson, David, Conde, S. D. 
Swartwood, Fred Adeibert, 219 Lake Ave., 

Waseca, Minn.; trans, to Minn. Beta; 

grad. University of Michigan, 1886, M. D.; 

physician. 
Taylor, Charles Henry, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Wiiklns, E. C; address unknown. 



1884 

Coon, George Morton, 110 Lowry Bldg., St 

Paul, Minn. 
Curran, George Robert, 103 Parsons St., 

Mankato, Minn.; University of Mich., M. 

D., 1892; post-graduate work, Harvard, 

1900; University of Berlin and Berne, 1902; 

M. A., Carleton College. 1905; physician 

and surgeon. National Citizens Bank Bldg. 
Hail, Aiden Taylor, 362 St. Peter St, St 

Paul, Minn. 



Seileck, William A., Lincoln, Neb.; A. B. 
and B. L., 1882; manager. Western Sup- 
ply Co. 

1885 

Adams, R. T., Mantorville, Minn. 

Butler, Pierce, St Paul, Minn.; lawyer, 31 
Fire & Marine Bldg. 

Constans, Frank Elmore, 95 Main St., Brock- 
ton, Ma«s.; physician. 

Stewart, Carl Linden, Redlands, Cal. 

Thing, Milo Jewett Plainviiie, Springfield, 
"*^^3b. 



Nel 



1886 



Brown, Jefferson, Owatonna, Minn. 

Davidson, Martin Bradner; address unknown: 
trans, to Minn. Beta. 

Snedicor, Marshall Donnelly, 7239 Yale Ave., 
P„y*^^®' ^"•'' a^ent Western Union Bldg., 
138 Jackson Blvd.; trans, to Minn. Beta. 

Woodbridge. Dwlght Edwards, 1735 Wallace 
Ave., Duluth, Minn.; consulting mining en- 
gineer. 

1887 

Brown, Carleton FalrchNd, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Hlckok, Eugene, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Hickok. John Dewey, Port Angeles, Wash. 
Kendall, Frederick Lincoki, HlUsboro, N. H.: 

supt of schools. ' 

Law. George Alexander, Northfleld, Minn. 
Lewis, John McLane, Glasgow^ Mont 
Steffens, Joseph Ward, Chicago, 111. 
Watson, William Richard; address unknown. 

1888 

Hlgbee, Frank Oscar, Hinsdale, Dl. 

a\}}^^' tf^^^Y .^^'•' 2320 Park Ave., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; trans, to Minn. Beta; 

fJ*i?K^^.^?*'i Hanover Fire linsurance Co. 
63 TLne Circle. 

^'a®*^ %?.''^* Gushing, 61 South Central 
Ave.. Chicago. 111.; trans, to Minn. Beta; 
joumailst 



188 



MINNESOTA BETA. 

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 

MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. 

FOUNDED MARCH 2, 1888. BY J. E. ERF, B. H. TIMBEELAKE, F. J. 
EITEL, B. F. LUM, T. G. 80AHES, U. P. BAILY, H. D. DICKINSON 
AND H. M. WOODWARD. 



1888 

.llv, Henry Patterson, 2743 Nicollet Ave.. 
Minneapolis, Minn.; grad. University oi 
Minnesota, 1890; law. dept., 1893; lawyer, 
203 N. T. Life Bids, 

Bushnell, Hariev Clinord, R. R. 2, Station F, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

DicKinson. Horace Danforth, Minneapolis, 
Minn.; judge district court. 

Eitel, Fred J., 1507 2d Ave. S.. Seattle, 
Wash.; general contractor. 

Erf, James Edward. Norwalk, Ohio. 

Jordens, Joseph, 75 15th St, Minneapolis, 
Minn.; grad. University of Minnesota, 
1891; principal of South High School. 

Lommen, Christian Peterson, Vermilion, 8. 
D.; dean College of Medicine, Univerisity 
of South Dakota. 

Lum, Burt F., 1812 Humboldt Ave. S.. Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; lawyer, 918 Guaranty 
Bldg. 

Purdy, Miiton Dwlght, 3013 James Ave. S., 
Minneapolis, Minn.; ex- judge U. S. court; 
lawyer. 

Scares, Theodore Gerald, 5541 Lexington 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; grad. Univ. of Minne- 
sota, 1891: grad. University of Chicago, 
Ph. D. 1894; pastor, 1894-1906; professor 
of homiletlcs and religious education, Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 

Timberlake, Byron Harvey, 1015 S. E. 8th 
St., Minneapolis, Minn.; deputy insurance 
commissioner of Minnesota, 1897-99; mem- 
ber of Minnesota legislature, house, 1905 
and 1907 sessions; mgr. for Minnesota of 
the Prudential Insurance Co. of America, 
306 Andrus Bldg. 

Triggs, Oscar Lovell, Chicago, 111. 

Trfggs, W. R., Acampo, Cal. 

Woodward, Herbert Miiton, 56 Ridsemont 
St., Allston, Mass.; University of Minne- 
sota; Washington University, St. Louis; 
teacher in Hign School in Milwaukee, Wis., 
1891-93; teacher; master in Mechanic Arts 
High School, Boston. 



1889 

Conger, Charles Thompson. LeadvlIIe, Colo. 
Wilson, Haisey Wiiiiam, 806 4th St. S. E., 

Minneapolis, Minn.; president. The H. W. 

Wilson Company. 



1890 

Horner, Warren Murdock, Second Bank 
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Pattee, Charles Sumner, Britton, S. D. 

Ransom. Charles Arthur, Albert Lea, Minn.; 
manufacturing printographs. 

Triggs. Flioyd Winding, Darien, Conn.; car- 
toonist. New York Press. 

Tunell, George Gerard, 6035 Jefferson Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



1891 

Borncamp, Edward, 64 E. Broadway, Wi- 
nona, Minn.; grad. University of Minne- 
sota, A. B. 1893; grad. student Tale, 1893- 
94; Harvard, 1894-96; S. T. B., 1896, Cam- 
bridge Epis. Theol. School; rector of St. 
Paul's Church and dean of Winona Dean- 
ery. 

Edson, William, Duluth. Minn. 

McDougaii, John Call, Duluth. Minn. 

Lord, Lewis Percy; address unknown. 

McKay, Albert John, Oshkosh. Wis. 

Miller, Clarence Benjamin, 214 N. 15th Ave. 
East, Duluth, Minn.; lawyer and member 
of Congress, 8th Minnesota district 

Williams, Archie Elton, Havre, Mont. 



1892 

Graves, John Wesley, Spokane, Wash.; law- 
yer. Rookery Bide. 

Johnston, George Smith, 3139 2d Ave. S., 
Minneapolis, Minn. ; Spanish- American 
war, 1898, 13th Minn. Vol. Inf.; mortgage 
loans. 407 Phoenix Bldg. 

Lawrence, Wiiiiam Hamilton, Manila, Philip- 
pine Islands; lawyer. 

Reed, Edwin Thomas, Moorhead, Minn.; 
grad. University of Minn., B. S. 1895; Har- 
vard, A. B. 1896; sunt, of schools. Rush- 
ford, Minn., 1898-1900; supt. of schools, 
Cloquet, Minn., 1900-01; head of English 
depL, Moorhead Normal since 1901. 

Wendell. William Fuller, 4738 47th Ave. S. 
W., Seattle, Wash.; supt. of schools at 
Spring Grove., Minn.; assistant district 
engineer. 



189 



190 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



1893 

Borncamp, Charlet Jacob, 42 River St., Chi- 
cago, 111.; broker, Borncamp & Johnson. 

Beyer, Henry V., 60 Wall St.. New York 
City. 

Davit. Frederick Upham, 626 W. 3d St., 
Faribault, Minn.; grad. University of Min- 
nesota, B. S. 1898; M. D.. 1902; physician 
and surgeon. 

Ellaton, Adolph Oscar, St. Paul, Minn.; 
with Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

Hall, Harlan Wolcott, care Pasadena Star. 
Pasadena Cal 

Luers, Herbert ' Fielding, 610 S. Cedar St.. 
Owatonna. Minn.; capt. Co. I, 2d Inf., 
Minnesota National Guard; editor Owa- 
tonna Journal- Chronicle. 

Putnam, William Rowell, Marinette, Wis. 

1894 

Bruckart, Leigh Dudley, 511 Terry Ave., 
Seattle, Wash.; let lieut. 13th Minn. 
Vol.; served in Philippines two years; 
newspaper correspondent, room 9, "P-I" 
Bldg. 

Dean, William Warren, Adams, Minn.; cash- 
ier. First National Bank. 

Lusk, Frank Herbert, Stanley. Wis. 

O'Leary, Arthur Frank, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Porter, Sumner Frank, Beaumont, Cal. 

1895 

Beyer, Ralph Waldo, 60 Wall St., New York 

City. N. Y. 
Colwell, Thomas Henry, St. Louis Park, 

Minneapolis, Minn.; publisher. 
Fuller, Mert Lenore, St. Louis, Mo.; with 

Mo. Pacific Ry. Co. 

1896 

Brooks, Harry Keyes, Scanlon, Minn.; sales 

manager. Brooks- Scanlon Lumber Co. 
Ellaton, Simon Qeorge, Montevideo, Minn.; 

banking; farmer. 
Hunt, Walter Edward, 404 Lincoln St., Hib- 

bing. Minn.; mining engineer. 
Jackson, Raymond Alexander, Grand Forks, 

N. D. ; treas. Grand Forks Merc. Co. 
Nicholson, Donald A., Seattle, Wash.; phy- 
sician. Walker Bldg. 
Page, Jr., Lerov Albert, 1729 Logan Ave. S., 

Minneapolis, Minn.; cedar posts and poles, 

1032 Lumber Exchange. 
Putnam, Francis Daniels, 1039 East Ave., 

Red Wing, Minn.; manager. Red Wing 

Manufacturing Co. 
Tiffany, Fred Lewis, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. 
Wilton, Horace Alexander, Seattle, Wash.; 

lawyer, Marion Bldg. 

1897 

Brooks, Sheldon Dwight, Scanlon, Minn. 
Evans, Qeorge Woodbury, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Kramer, Harold William, Hobart, Okla. 
Luse, Claude Zeph, 2011 John Ave., Superior, 

Wis.; trans, to Wis. Alpha; lawyer. First 

National Bank Bldg. 
McCallltter, Fred Warner, Cordova Hotel, 

Kansas City, Mo.; secy., R. M. Rigby 

Printing Co., 412 W. 6th St. 

1898 

Frost, William Stuart, 704 S. Oak St., Spo- 
kane, Wash.; physician, 209 Hyde Block. 

Paulson, Clarence Alfred, 2836 Colfax Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rolph, William Henry, Portland, Ore. 



1899 

Blliton, H. L., Seattle, Wash. 

Clapp, Harvey Spaulding, 222 5th Ave. E., 

Duluth, Minn.; lawyer, 600-601 Torrey 

Building. 
Clark, Wilfred Parkhurtt, Cadott, Wis.; 

stockman. 
Evans, ErI Clark, Seattle. Wash. 
Jackson, Gilbert Morris, care Can. Pac. Ry.; 

Spokane, Wash.; trav. passenger agent, 

Canadian Pacific Ry. 
Lawrence, Charles Wyman, St Paul, Minn.; 

with Brown & Bigelow. 
Putnam, Robert WInthrop, Red Wing, Minn. 
Woods, Roy Charles, Correll, Jtfinn. 

1900 

Brooks, Paul Andros, 2445 Park Ave., Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; lawyer, with Brooks- 
Scanlon Lumber Co., 654 Security Bank 
Building. 

Claypool. Charles Holmes, Coleraine, Minn. 

Mason, Charles Haynes, Presidio of Monte- 
rey, Cal.: appointed 2d lieut. U. S. A., 
Nov. 3, 1902; promoted to 1st lieut. March 
10, 1909; adjutant of field operations 
against Pulajanes of Samar, 1906-07; 1st 
lieut. U. S. army, care adjt. -general, U. S. 
A., Washington. D. C. 

Pattee, Richard Stoors, Scanlon. Minn. 

Pennock, Edward i^cMaster, 810 Birchwood 
Flats. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Richards, M. E., Virginia, Minn. 

1901 

Falrchild, Frederick Tracy, Scanlon. Minn,; 

lumber. 
Howard, Byron Seweii, Moscow, Idaho. 
Hugo, Rene Trevanlon, 221 6th Ave. W., 

Duluth, Minn. 
Jackson, Marshall Shaw, 3844 Ellis Ave., 

Chicago, 111.; salesman, Powers Regulator 

Co., 40 Dearborn St. 
Jackson, Myron Bangs, Grand Forks, N. D. ; 

credit dept.. The Grand Forks Merc, Co. 
Neustadt, Berthoidt Robert, 312 Moeller 

Bldg., Decatur, 111.; grad. Minnesota School 

of Mines, 1906; mining engineer, 1906-08; 

merchant, Ma.sonic Temple. 
Nind, John Newton, Jr., 306 S. 51st St., 

Philadelphia, Pa.; asst. adv. mgr., The 

J. G. Brill Co. 
Sheldon, Waiter Brooks, Red Wing, Minn.; 

manufacturing stoneware. 
Wentworth, Hariand, Portland, Ore.; agent 

Portland Lumber Co. 

1902 

Craig, Gordon M., 3970 Lake Ave., Chicago. 

111.; chief clerk, asst. general pass, agt., 

Erie Railway, 555 Railway Exchange Bldg. 
Delong, S. H., 1129 7th St., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Gobie, Arthur Steen, 34 Quick Ave., River 

Forest, 111.; trans, to III. Delta; chemist, 

C. & N. W. Ry., Chicago. 
Hasbrook, Charles Phillips, 1580 Amsterdam 

Ave., New York City, N. Y.; advertising 

solicitor, N. Y. Globe, 7 Dey St. 
Kennicott, Jay A., First National Bank 

Bldg., Luveme, Minn,; lawyer. 
Kinney, R. C, 181 12th St, E., Portland, 

Ore. 
Nevers, John Ralph, Coeur d'Alene. Idaho; 

hardware, 301 Sherman St. 
Putnam, Fred W., Red Wing. Minn. 
Reed, Robert R., River Falls, Wis. 
Wood, Alexander Q., Duluth, Minn.; with 

Oliver Iron Mining Co. 



UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 



191 



1903 

Lusk, Charles, Thorpe, Wis. 

Manley, James Rollln, Niagara, N. D. 

Maughan, Herbert Charles, 2618 Irving Ave. 
S., Minneapolis, Minn.: mfg. agent, adver- 
tising specialties, 924 Met. Life Bldg. 

McLaurin, H. L., Box 256, Denver, Colo.; 
reporter, Denver Republican. 

Richards, M. W., Liester Park, Duluth, Minn. 

1904 

Barnum, Jr., George, 531 K. 2d St, Duluth. 
Minn.; mining engineer. 

Bixby, Edson K., care Pioneer Press, St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Chandler, Malcolm D., 1618 Calhoun Place, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; Journalism, Box 1038, 
Spokane. Wash. 

Harrison, Joseph Q., 1407 London Road, Du- 
lutli. Minn.; real estate and insurance, 
American Exchange Bldg. 

Kellogg, Paul Martin, Fargo, N. D.; physi- 
cian, St. Mary's Hospital. 

Lawrence, James Gardner, St. Paul, Minn.; 
with Brown & Blgelow. 

Meader, George Farnham, 1517 10th Ave., 
Minneapolis. Minn. 

Paulson, Walter Milton, 2836 Colfax Ave. 
S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Richards. John Carver, Hlbbing. Minn. 

Smith, Kenneth Claire, 315 Park Ave., Bea- 
ver Dam, Wis.; advertising manager, Mal- 
leable Iron Range Co. 

Spring. Willis W., 2200 1st Ave., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 

1906 

Buck, Fred William, 1621 E. Superior St., 

Duluth, Minn.; mechanical engineering. 
Cant, Harold Graham, 413 4th Ave., Duluth, 

Minnesota. 
Foster, George KIngsley, 167 W. Winfred 

St., St. Paul, Minn.; advertising agent. 

Coming Advertising Agency. 
Jones, David Morris, Wabasha, Minn. 



Spring, Arthur DIckerman, 2200 1st Ave. S., 

Minheapolis, Minn. 
Whipple, Lucius R., Cordon, Wis. 

1907 

Ciaypool, James Verner, Coleraine, Minn. 
Cooke, Jr., Hamilton, 4424 Washington Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Crooks, Bernard S., St. Paul, Minn. 
Harris. Charles Lane, 1982 Kenwood Pky., 

Minneapolis, Minn.; with New England 

Furniture Co. 
Lewis, Jr., Charles, 642 Portland Ave.. St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Pearce, William Rowe, St. Louis Park, Min- 

neaiwlis, Minn. 
Scott, John Aliyn, 5803 Olney St. W.r Du- 
luth, Minn. 
Smith, Robert Percy, 229 W. 5th St., Mason 

City, Iowa.; with 13th Minn. Vol. during 

Spanish-American war and Philippines; 

asst. cashier. First National Bank, cor. 

Main and State Sts. 
Whitaker, Maurice L., 712 Cedar St., St. 

Paul, Minn. 

1908 

Backus, Edward Raymond, 75 Oak Grove, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Cant, Kenneth Stewart, 413 Fourth Ave. E., 
Duluth, Minn. 

DeVeau, James, International Falls, Minn. 

Hahn, Louis Miller, 2421 Bryant Ave. S., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hansen, Harold Norman, 3447 Aldrich Ave. 
S., Minneapolis. Minn. 

Killen, Fred Hamilton, 425 Bluff St.. Du- 
buque, Iowa; traveling salesman. Pitts- 
burg Plate Glass Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Long, Daniel Ritchie, 1230 Itughltt Ave., 
Superior. Wis. 

Orr, John Eliot, 713 Franklin St., Michigan 
City, Ind. 

Pettlgrew, Paul Frederick, 1016 W. 12th St., 
Sioux P'alls. S. D. ; trans, to Cal. Beta. 



1906 

Canning, Harry William, 5635 Lexington 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; trans, to 111. Beta. 

Fairchlld, Charles, 2200 1st Ave. S., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

Hamilton, Carl Lewis, 905 Bluff St., Du- 
buque, Iowa; forester. 

Orr, George Raymond, 713 Franklin St., 
Michigan City, Ind.; forester, U. S. For- 
estry Sei*vlce. 

Pattee, Gordon Jewett, 2029 Queen Ave. S.. 
Minneapolis. Minn.; with Twin City Rapid 
Transit Co. 

Roberts, Thomas, 1603 4th Ave. S., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

Sedgwick, Fred Goodwin, 2015 Kenwood 
Pky., Minneapolis. Minn. 

Smith, Sheldon Halloway, 732 E. 4th St., 
St. Paul, Minn. 



1909 

Alexander, Edward Porter, 1211 E. 1st St., 

Duluth. Minn. 
Brown, Hal Edward, 54tli Ave. E. and Tioga 

St., Duluth, Minn. 
Day, Marcus Frank, 1930 Iglehart St., St 

Paul, Minn. 
DeVeau, Robert William, 1609 University 

Ave. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Gilbert, Donald DeMayne, Monona, Iowa. 
Harvey, Harry James, 1614 22d St., Superior, 

Wisconsin. 
Jones, Robert, Wabasha, Minn. 
Renshaw, David Leslie, Monona, Iowa. 
RIedail. Allen H., 1918 Irving Ave. S.. Min- 
neapolis. Minn. 
Smith. Lee Whitmore, Wabasha, Minn. 
Veblen, Rolf Nordahl, 3200 Irving Ave. S., 

Minneapolis. Minn. 



IOWA ALPHA. 



STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 
IOWA CITY. IOWA. 



FOUNDED IN 1867 BY C. P. BOGEBS. 



1867 

Cowglli, Eiiat Branson, 1326 Clay St., To- 
peka, Kans.; Univ. Extension Dept., Uni- 
versity of Kansas. 

Duniap, Marcus Fulton, O'Fallon, Mo.; pres. 
Grain Dealers' National Association, 
1905-7; merchant miller at O'Fallon and 
president of The Bank of O'Fallon. 

Eartiart, George; address unknown; minister, 
■art, C. A., 1246 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 



IB! 



Harrlnoton, Clinton Orvllle, Vinton. Iowa; 

grad. Iowa State University, 1870; teacher 

in Iowa College for Blind; now cashier 

Farmers' National Bank. 
Haynes, Eugene C, Centerville, la. 
Hiatt, Amos. Ceres. Cal. 
Hoffman, William, Muscatine. Iowa; lawyer, 

member firm of Jayne & Hoffman. 
Plckler, John Alfred, Fulkton, S. D. 
Swisher, Lovell, Iowa City, Iowa; cashier 

First National Bank. 
Warns, George Beckwith, 4203 Evans Ave., 

Chicago, 111.; physician. 
White, Charles Ablathas, 1908 13th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C; retired. 



1868 

Helm, Joseph Church, Equitable Bldg., Den- 
ver. Colo.; Judge of the Supreme Court, 
State of Colorado; member of Congress; 
lawyer. 

1869 

HIatt, H. H., Broken Bow. Neb. 
Macy, Nathan Wilson, Harlan. Iowa; for- 
merly Judge District Court; lawyer. 
Roberson, W. W.; address unknown. 



1870 

Burkhart, Henry Zadoc, Ketchikan, Alaska; 
pres. & mgr. Ketchikan Power Co., lum- 
ber and boxes. 

Fitch, Robert Erskine, 306 S. 4th St.. Lar- 
amie, Wyo.; principal Laramie Schools; 
state senator; police Judge; Justice of the 
peace; county Brand com.; soldier in civil 
war; now county coroner. 



1874 

Bralnerd, Osslan Hatch, 803 Klrkwood Ave., 
Iowa City. Iowa; grad. Iowa University, 
1876; principal and superintendent schools, 
19 years; member city council, Iowa City; 
financial secretary. Elqui table Mfg. Co. 

Campbell, John, 1401 Gilpin St., Denver, 
Colo. ; city attorney, county attorney, mem- 
ber House, also Senate in Colorado Gen- 
eral Assembly; lawyer, now Judge Supreme 
Court, Colorado, State House. 

Grifnth, John Lewis, Adelphi Hotel, Llver- 

fool. England; grad. University of Iowa. 
874; law. 1875; consul for the U. S. at 
London. England, since 1905. 

Robertson, Walter Henry, 2738 DuPont Ave.. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Seerley, Homer Horatio, 2403 Normal. Cedar 
Falls, Iowa; grad. State University of Iowa, 
1873; high school teacher and superinten- 
dent of schools, Oskaloosa, Iowa; prc^sl- 
dent Iowa State Teachers' College. 

Shepard, J. C; address unknown. 

Wilson, Rollln J., Fairfield, Iowa. 

1876 

Brush, Frank E.; address unknown. 



1876 

Billingsley, Ray N., R. D. No. 1. Orange. 
Cal.; grad. B.Ph., 1877; LL.B., 1879, State 
University of Iowa; lawyer, Santa Ana, 
Cal. 

Mcintyre, James Edwin, 14 East Caramillo, 
Colorado Springs, Colo.; lawyer, Giddings 
Bldg. 

8oule, John Fensley, 1801 Central Ave., Ala- 
meda, Cal. 

1877 

Meredith, John Luther, Eldorado, Kans.; 
farmer. 

1884 

Dorr, Edward Ellsha, 3306 University Ave.. 
Des Moines. Iowa; editor of Iowa Medical 
Journal; physician and surgeon, 606 Clt. 
NaU. Bank Bldg. 



102 



STATE UNIVERSITY OP IOWA. 



193 



Joy. Chauncey Leonard, 823 5th St., Sioux 
City, Iowa; lawyer, member firm of Joy 
& Burton, No. 814 Iowa Bld^r. 

1885 

Bollinger, James Wills, 425 E. Locust St., 
Davenport, Iowa; Judge of District Court 
of Iowa, 1897-1911; president, Bieg Iron 
Company. 

Clarkson, Coker Flfleld, 2 West 88th St, New 
York City. 

Eggert, Carl Edgar, 930 Church St., Ann 
Arbor, Mich.; B.Ph., University of Iowa; 
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1901; editor 
of several college editions of German 
classics; asst. professor of German, Uni- 
versity of Michigan. 

Fawcett, Joseph Mitchell, Carrolton, Ohio. 

Meek, Edward Roscoe, Park Hotel, Dallas, 
Texas; in 1898 appointed United States 
District Judge, Northern District of Texas 
by President McKinley. Still holds posi- 
tion. 

Monlux, Hal H.; address unknown. 

North, Howard M., Chicago. 111. 

Nye, Fred A., Kearney, Neb. 

Skiff, Rozelle Fayette, Iowa Falls, Iowa; 
grad. State University of Iowa, 1886; school 
superintendent and principal; retired. 

1886 

Baker, Edgar Eugene; address unknown; 

teacher. 
Kenyon, William Squire, Chicago, 111.; gen- 
eral counsel, Illinois Central R. R. Co., 1 
• Park Row; recently appointed assistant 

attorney general of the United States to 

prosecute trust *'buster" cases. 
Mann, Franklin, 7384 Yale Ave., Chicago, 

111.; life insurance; statistician, 900 The 

Rookery. 
Ross, Dillon Lewis, 300 5th Ave., Council 

Bluffs, Iowa; lawyer. 
Stutsman, Carl, Burlington, Iowa; physician 

and surgeon. 
Stutsman, William H., Mandan, N. D.; grad. 

State University of Iowa, College Liberal 

Arts, 1887; law school, 1889; president 

North Dakota Railroad Commissioners; 

lawyer. 
Techentin, Henry William, Davenport, Iowa; 

insurance business. 

1887 

Bonson, Robert, Dubuque, Iowa; Judge of 
the District Court; lawyer. 

Bonson, William W., Dubuque, Iowa; law- 
yer. 

Hull, Albert Q., 214 E. Armour Blvd., Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; physiciaji. 

Park, Prank; address unknown; minister. 

Schroeder, Charles Hugo, Spencer, Iowa. 

1888 

Cook, Ruel Bridge, Davenport, Iowa. 
Miliar, Frank R.; address unknown. 

1889 

Cook, Qeorge Cram, Stanford University, 

Palo Alto, Calif. 
Larrabee, William, Clermont, Iowa; member 

State Legislature; lawyer. 
Rothrock, James Harvey, Cedar Rapids, la.; 

late judge Superior Court, Cedar Rapids, 

la.; lawyer. 



Smeltzer, Charles Bee c her, Fort Dodge, la.; 
trans, to Mich. Alpha; asst. cashier, Iowa 
Savings Bank. 

1890 

Hawley, Qeorge Franklin, 174 Goundry St., 
North Tonawanda, N. T.; manager. The 
E^astem Lumber Co.. Tonawanda. N. T. 

Hull, John A., Governor's Island, New York 
Harbor; trans, to D. C. Alpha, 1891; Lieut. 
Col. J. A. of Vols., Spanish-American War, 
1898-99; Major, Vols, until 1901; appointed 
Major & J. A. Feb. 2, 1901; promoted Lt. 
Col., J. A., Apr. 16, 1903; Lieut. Col., Judge 
Advocate, U. S. A. Hdqrs. Dept. of the 
East. Governor's Island. 

Lindsay, Qeorge S., Duluth, Minn.; lumber 
business, Torrey Bldg. 

Marks, Louis Morton, 1026 Perry, Daven- 
port, Iowa; treasurer Morton L. Marks 
Co. 

Smith, Clarence W. H., 365 South Union, 
Grand Rapids, Mich.; civil engineer, care 
U. S. Engineer Office, 57 Park St. 

1891 

Blair, Fred Bloomer, 420 S. Brewer St., 
Manchester, Iowa; secretary Wyoming 
Senate, 1897; county attorney Delaware 
County, Iowa, 1899-1902; presidential elec- 
tor, 3rd Dist., Iowa, 1904; city attorney, 
Manchester, Iowa, 1907-1909; lawyer, 109 
S. Franklin St. 

Hutchinson, Zelah Hogin, Muscatine, Iowa. 

Decker, Qeorge Edward, 742 Brady St., Dav- 
enport. Iowa; physician and surgeon. Cen- 
tral Office Bldg. 

Johnson, R. H., Northampton. Mass. 

SIndllnger, John Harry, 520 W. 4th, Water- 
loo, Iowa; mgr. Sindlinger Ice Cr. Co., 509 
Bluff St. 

Vollmer, Karl, 817 W. 7th St., Davenport, 
Iowa; physician. 

1892 

Crawford, J. Lynn, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 
physician. 

Elliott, Luther Bayard, 71 Birr St., Roches- 
ter, N. Y.; general advertising, 412 Beckley 
Bldg. 

Elliott, Lloyd Leroy, Burlington Apartments, 
Los Angeles, Cal. ; 
Trust Co. 

1893 



president Columbia 



Chambers, John S. Davis, 626 Perry St., 
Davenport, Iowa; physician. Lane Bldg. 

Habegger, Jacob Arnold, Fort Robinson, 
Neb.; lawyer. 

Hess, John Jacob, Council Bluffs, Iowa; law- 
yer, county attorney. 

Larrabee, Fred, Fort Dodge, Iowa; member 
State Senate of Iowa; lawyer. 

Pratt, Qeorge Nathaniel, 4119 Kenmore Ave., 
Chicago, uL; trans, to N. Y. Alpha; grad. 
In medicine, 1897; ex -surgeon to Cook 
County Hospital; professor of surgery In 
Illinois Post Graduate Medical Schioc|; 
member staff of West Side Hospital; sur- 
geon, 100 State St. 

Sears, Charles Wilbur, Onawa, Iowa. 

1894 

Habegger, Louis Edmond, Spokane, Wash.; 
543 Fejrton Bldg.; dentist, 

McCall, Edward Montgomery. Nevada, Iowa; 
lawyer, member firm of Fitzgerald & Mc- 
Call; county attorney. 

Page, Harry Dwelle, 300 "The Kirk.*' Mason 
City, Iowa; secy., L. A. Page Lumber Co. 



194 



PHI KAPPA PSl FKATERMTV. 



TompKins, Carle Duncan, Clear LAke. Iowa. 
Vollmer, Fred, 124 Hilchiist Ave., Daven- 
port, Iowa; county attorney. 

1895 

Alderman, U. S., Nevada, Iowa; lawyer^ 

Ballard, Harry WInthrop, 215 W. 16th St.. 
Davenport, Iowa; pharmacist 

Brownlie, Ira Clifton, 1374 Ogden St., Den- 
ver, Colo.; Iowa State College. B. S., 1895; 
Northwestern ITnlverslty, D. D. S., 1897; 
president Denver Dental Association, 1906; 
president Colorado State Association, 1909; 
dentist. 403-404 California Bldg. 

Carter, Qeorge H., The Ventosa, Washing- 
ton, D. C; grad. University of Iowa, 1898; 
newspaper correspondent. 

DecKer, Herbert M., Davenport, Iowa; physi- 
cian and surgeon. 

Ferguson, Loult Bangs, 706 Second Ave., 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; grad. Stanford Uni- 
versity. 1901; with A. B. Dick & Co., 161 
W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

McCord, Robert Leigh, Sac City, Iowa; law- 
yer. 

Miller, Clarence J., Rock Rapids, Iowa; law- 
yer. 

Neff, Frank Chaffee, 3609 Baltimore, Kansas 
City, Mo.; physician. 

Willis, Bernard Darwin, 916 Oakwood Blvd., 
Chicago, 111.; grad. Univ. of Iowa, 1897, 
B. S. E. E.: post graduate degree electrical 
engineer, 1901; electrical engineer, with 
Automatic Electric Co. 

1896 

Chllds, Hal Augustan, Eagle Block, Creston, 
Iowa; scholarship. Woods Hall; Marine 
Biological Laboratories; 1900, resident sur- 
geon, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear In- 
firmary; 1904-1905, attending physician. 
Cottage Hospital, Creston; oculist and 
aurist. 

Granger, 

Mitchell, 
tumwa, 
reappointed 
Main St. 

Rehkopf, Ned Bernard, care Adjutant Gen- 
eral. U. S. A., Washington, D. C; ciidet, 
l\ S. M. A.. 1898-1902; graduated and as- 
signed to artillery, 1902; 
Arty.; now instructor 
Point, N. T. 

Roach, Lorin J., 530 N. 
Okla.; trans, to N. Y. 
Iowa Bldg. 

Swisher, Benjamin Franklin, Waterloo, la.; 
lawyer; city attorney. 

Whitcomb, Bonner, 719 15th St., Des Moines, 
Iowa. 

White, Lewis Ruth, Sioux Rapids, Iowa; 
mercantile business. 



1897 

Bawden, Stephen Phelpt, Davenport, Iowa; 
lawyer. 

Davis, Walter Norton, Iowa City, Iowa; law- 
yer, member firm of Wade, Dutcher & 
Davis^ 

Fiynn, Leo J., 1596 Iowa St., Dubuque, Iowa; 
secretary to Congressman C. E. Pickett; 
lawyer. 

Hamann, Albert Wllllamt, 1810 Telegraph 
Road, Davenport, Iowa; member 29th Gen- 
eral Assembly House of Representatives, 
Iowa; county attorney, Scott County, Iowa, 
1905-09; law^yer, 15 Masonic Temple, firm 
of Hass & Hamann. 



Rolla Stillweil, Knoxvllle.. Iowa. 
Ernest Roy, 434 E. 2nd St.. Ot- 
lowa; aest. county attorney, 1906-8; 
for 1909-1910; lawyer, 205 E. 



1st Lieut. 2nd Field 
IT. S. M. A., West 



12th St.. Muskogee, 
G.; lawyer, 211-212 



Hutchinson, Harry Howard, St. Joe, Mo. 

KIndall, Joseph William, 1216 Indian St.. 
Bellingham, Wash.; assistant prosecuting 
attorney of Whatcom County, Wash.; law- 
yer. Court House. 

Makin, Harold Joseph, Washington, D. C. 

Mason, Ralph Taylor, Albia, Iowa; lawyer. 

1898 

Boardman, Homer Norman, Watonga, Okhi. 

Cobb, Dorr Edward, Denver, Colo.; with 
Denver police force. 

Cummins, Frank Sherman, 2501 Ingersoll 
Ave., Des Moines. Iowa; trans, to Wis. 
Alpha; civil engineer; traffic manager, 
Inter-Urban Railway. 

Dorland, Arthur John, 805 Main St., Van- 
couver, Wash.; proprietor Dorland Music 
House. 

Drake, Fred Collins. Mitchell. S. D. 

Fralley, Joseph Robinson. 503 4th St., Fort 
Madison. Iowa; city attorney of Fort Mad- 
ison ; lawyer. 

McClelland, Freeman, 1903 1st Ave., East, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; dentist, C. R. S. B. 
Bldg. 

Russell, Earl Willard, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
lawyer. 

Stemons, Edson Stewart, Butte. Mont. 

Strauss, Oscar, 1428 High St., Des Moines, 
Iowa ; lawyer. 

1899 

Carpenter, Lockwood DIckerson, Indianola, 
Iowa; grad. State Univ. Dental Dept., 1901; 
dentist. 

Falrall. John A., 1404 E. 9th St., Des Moinea. 
Iowa. 

Foster, Charles Clarence, St. Paul, Minn. 

Hess, Adam Konlgmacher, 318 N. 6th St., 
Boise, Idaho; Ph.B., University of Iowa, 
1903; LI..B., University of Nebraska, 1905; 
lawyer, 417 Overland Bldg. 

Holsteen, Frederick Sophus, 1895 Highland 
Ave., Burlington, Iowa; lawyer. 

Horack, Hugo Claude, 7 Fairchild St., Iowa 
City, Iowa; professor of law. State Uni- 
versity of Iowa. 

Mulock, Edwin James Hulbert, Des Moines, 
Iowa; care Carr & Carr, insurance busi- 
ness. 

Swisher, Arthur A., Iowa City, Iowa. 

1900 

Doud, Parsons Robert, 804 3rd Ave., Fort 
Dodge, Iowa: real estate and insurance. 

Ferson, Merton Leroy, 223 Bloomington, 
Iowa City, Iowa; law librarian, University 
of Iowa, and secy, to Alumni bureau of in- 
formation, Room 204 O. C. Bldg. 

Hine, Walter Qerald, Muscatine, Iowa. 

Jacoby, William Kauli, Wells, Minn.; physi- 
cian. 

Kenyon, Earle Dudley, McLeod Bldg., Bel- 
lingham, Wash.; lawyer. Mason Block. 

Mason, Benjamin Allen, Salina, Kans.; law- 
yer. 

Ochiltree, Henry Clyde, 1008 W. 9th St., 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; lawyer, 435 I^e 
Bldg. 

Tobin, Richard Griswoid, 121 K. 48th St., 
Chicago, III.; sporting dept.. Inter Ocean. 

1901 

Carr, Fred Parker, Des Moines, Iowa; law- 
yer, member firm of Carr & Carr. 

Drake, Guy Arthur, mgr. Minn. Tank Co.. 
1415 8th St., S. E., Minneapolis. Minn. 



STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 



195 



Johnson, Eugene Q., 321 18th Ave., S. E., 
Minneapolis, Minn.; grad. Luther College, 
Decorah, Iowa, 1898; graduate law, Univ. 
of Iowa. 1902; lawyer, 821 Pillsbury Bldg. 

Johnson, Perry S., Grand Forks, N. D.; 
trans, to Wis. Alpha; Luther College, 
B. A.; Iowa University, LL.B.; Wis. Uni- 
versity, M. A.; lawyer and farm mortgage 
loans. 

Kepler, Louis Howard, Mt. Vernon. Iowa; 
trans, to 111. Alpha; Ph.B.. Cornell College, 
1901; LL.B., Northwestern University, 
1904 ; lawyer. 

Kulp, Charles Joseph; address unknown. 

Law, William Robert, 225 E. Mullen Ave.. 
Waterloo, Iowa; grad. University of Iowa 
law school, 1904; postmaster; lawyer 
member firm of Boles & Law, 525 Com- 
mercial St. 

Robinson, Leonard Browning, 1520 Jackson 
St., Sioux City, la.; manager Pioneer Motor 
Cfir Co., 504 Douglas St. 

1902 

Bruce, Clarence Wallace, Atlantic, lu.; bank- 
ing business. 

Heald, Frank Alfred, Cedar Rapids, la.; law- 
yer. 

Mason, Roy Earl, Sapulpa, Okla.; physician 
and surgeon. 

Thornburg, William Vestal, Yale, la.; physi- 
cian. 

Willis, Harry Douglas, 1318 Eastman St.. 
Boise, Idaho; engineer. 

1903 

Askwith, Horace Abner, 165 King St., Port- 
land, Ore.; salesman, woolens. 

Brown, Earl, Emmetsburg, la. 

Edgar, Robert B., Dayton, Tex.; with G. F. 
A. & G. P. A., T. V. & N. Ry. 

Gregory, Horace Whiting, Dennison, la. 

Jackson, Nell DeLos, 150 Western Ave.. Wa- 
terloo, la.; University of Iowa law school; 
civil service clerk, Itshmus of Panama, 
during year of 1907-8; now in clothing 
business. 

Joder, Earl Bickley, Waterloo. la.; druggist. 

Richmond, Raymond Everett, Dallas Center, 
la.; druggist. 

1904 

Brainerd, Howard Hatch, 617 Willow Ave.. 
Council Bluffs. la.; auditor, C. Hafer Lum- 
ber Co. 

Estabrook, Ladd Clarence, Estherville, la.; 
district manager. Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. of New York. 

Jayne, Arthur, HF Ranch, Clearmont, Wyo.; 
Btockman. 

Law, Harvey Edward, Mason City, la.; law- 
yer, member Arm of Ontjes & Law. 

Neustadt, George Auerbach, 312 Moeller 
Bldg.. Decatur, 111.; adv. mgr. R. M. Neu- 
stadt & Sons. 

Smith, Paul Warner, 118 Iowa St., Waterloo, 
la.; lawyer, 215-16 Lafayette Bldg. 

Strong. Arthur Churchill, 201 Spring St., 
Burlington. la. 

$wisher, Charles Lovell, Iowa City, la. 

1905 

Oavls. Charles Franklin, Monrovia. Cal. 



Mercer, Willis Wesley, 428 Summit St.. Iowa 
City, la.; manufacturer; assistant igen. 
mgr. Economv Adv. Co.; president Com- 
mercial Printing Co., Ottumwa, la. 

Nichoi, Francis NIchol, Albia, la.; deputy U. 
S. marshal. Southern district of Iowa. 

Reed, Qlen A., Council Bluffs. la. 

Von Ends, Henry Leopold, Burlington, la. 

Wade, Stoops Carlisle, 533 W. Sixty-sixth 
PI., Chicago, 111.; inspection bureau, Uni- 
versal Portland Cement Co. 

1906 

Clark, Atherton Brockway, 800 First Ave., 
Cedar Rapids, la. 

Fisher, Elmer George, Underwood, la. 

Fowler, Arthur V., 515 E. Park Ave., Water- 
loo, la. 

Hafer, Wylle Warren, 645 Franklin Ave., 
Council Bluffs, la.; vice-president C. Hafer 
Lumber Co., 135 W. Broadway. 

Parrott, Robert Wallace, Waterloo, la.; news- 
paper business. 

Richmond, Lawrence Brenton, Dallas Center, 
la.; drug business. 

Willis, Theodore Alan, 308 Church St., Iowa 
City. la. 

1907 

Brainerd, Charles Lucian, 803 Kirkwood Ave., 
Iowa City. la. 

Brink, Hal Loder, Buhl, Idaho; land develop- 
ment. 

Butler, Benjamin Franklin. Muscatine, la.; 
112 E Fifth St. 

George, Thomas Irving, Monticello, la. 

George, Thomas James, Monticello, la. 

Richmond, Alien Rossman, Dallas Center. 
la. 

Schultz, Clifford Griffith, Henepin and Frank- 
lin Sts.. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Thornburg, Carrol K., Linden, la. 

1908 

Haven, Samuel Cushman, 331 E. Fifth St., 
Ottumwa, la. 

Piayter, Philip, 420 Twelfth St., Cedar Rap- 
ids, la. 

Smith, Laurence Laurie, 118 Iowa St.. Wa- 
terloo, la. 

Stever, Robert Frederick, 836 Kirkwood 
Blvd., Davenport, la. 

Washburn, Arthur Mansfield, 312 Garfield 
Ave., Burlington; la. 

White, Winfleld March, 1523 Jackson St., 
Sioux City, la. 

1909 

Dunn, U. L., Camanchee, la. 

Mercer, Leroy Samuel, 428 Summit St., Iowa 
City. la. 

Murphy, Glenn Ross, 409 E. Jefferson St., Iowa 
City. la. 

Oxiy, Perry E., Cedar Rapids, la. 

Root, Charles Wlborg, 117 S. Seventh St.. 
Lyons, la. 

Swisher, Abraham Ingatis, 305 Summit St., 
Iowa City, la. 

Wallace, Ben Parkinson, 101 S. Iowa Ave.. 
Washington. la. 

Williams. George Perclval, 625 A. Ave.. Ce- 
dar Rapids, la. 



IOWA DELTA. 



SIMPSON COLLEGE. 

INDIANOLA. IOWA. 

FOUNDED JUNE 14, 1882, BY W. B. COX, J. W. DRABELLE, 
H. J. EVEELEY, C. J. EVANS, F. O. HINKSON, G. W. JOHNSON, 
A. 0. MILLER, G. W. MURPHY, W. M. TODD, A. A. THOMPSON, 
S. E. HOWARD AND J. D. SPARKS. 

Inaitive after 1889, 



1879 

Foreman, Albert G., Hepburn, la. 
Qoodman, Lamont, Kansas City, Mo. 
Hohanshelt, W. Q., Panora, la. 
Jarvit, Levi, In wood, la. 
Johnton, A. B., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Steel, Charles W., Corydon, la. 



1880 

Bresee, Ernest Hubbard, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Cromer, George Frederick, Los Ansreles, Cal. 
Hamilton, David L., Indianola, la. 
Howard, Silas Erastus, Hastings, Neb. 
Johnson, Qrlff, Des Moines, la. 
Reeves, David Wilson, Chicago, 111. 
Rawls, Carlos Alverin, Plattsmouth, Neb. 
Thompson, Alien Abram, Clearfield, la. 
Wisdom, Frank M., Mt. Ayr, la. 



1881 

Clark, Francis Marlon, Davenport, la. 

Don Carlos, Harlan Ellsworth, Denver, Colo.; 

business investments, 202 Ideal Building, 

Denver, Colo. 
Harris, Joseph B., Audubon, la. 
McGrlfT, Howard E., Des Moines, la. 
Sparks, Eugene Victor, Boone, la. 



1882 

Cox, William Bernard, Mineral Ridge, la. 

Drabelie, John Wesley, 1261 N. GucTid Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo.; born Dec. 15, 1857; grad. 
from Simpson College, Class '82; admitted 
to bar 1884; now lawyer, Merchants- 
Laclede Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Evans, Clinton J., Topeka, Kans. 

Everly, Henry Jackson, Ames, la. 

Hinkson, Fred Oscar, Stuart, la.; Simpson 
College, Indianola, la.. 1882; Law In State 
University, Iowa, 1883; Master's Degree, 



Simpson College; Member State Legis- 
lature. 27th General Assembly; Mayor City 
of Stuart; now lawyer, Stuart, la. 

Martin, General Grant, Lincoln, Neb.; law- 
yer. 

Miller, Albert Oscar, Casey, Iowa. 

Murphy, George Washington, Danbury, la. 

Newland, John Hayden, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Todd, Edward Howard, 30th Sc Jackson Sts., 
Seattle, Wash.; minister. 

Webb, Charles Chamberlain, OriUia, la. 

Wilson, Charles Leighton, Fontanelle, la. 

Wilson, Stephen Eugene, Clarinda, la. 

Wright, Joseph Sheldon, Boone, la. 

1883 

Boswell, George Morton, Atkinson, Neb. . 
Burd, Walter Davis, Union County, la. 
Smith, Hugh Embury, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Sparks, James Dunn, Diagonal, la. 
Tool, Cassius, Alden, la. 
Underwood, Arthur Wilson, Clear Lake, la. 



1884 

Bates, Alfred Levi, Weldon, la. 
EIrod, Morton John, Missoula, Mont. 
Thompson, John Elmer, St. Louis, Mo. 
Todd, William M., Indianola, la. 



1886 

Archer, Isaac James, Black Mountain, N. C; 
trans, to 111. Alpha; now physician in 
charge of Sanitarium, Black Mountain,. 
N. C. 

Evans, Emerson Ellsworth, Topeka, Kan. 

Evans, Raymond Owen, South Shore Country 
Club, Chicago, 111.; trans, to 111. Alpha; 
Simpson College, Indianola, '85; since 190S 
engaged in investment banking, Fisher 
Bldg., 277 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Miller, W liber Leroy, Guthrie Center, la. 

Underwood, Wliber Grant, Villisca, la. 



196 



SIMPSON COLLrEGE. 



197 



1886 

Stuart, David Eldred, GoudcII Bluffs. la. 

8ylvest«r, John Milton, Council Bluffs, la. 

outz, Lowls Addison, New York, N. T. 



1887 



% 



Bunting, John Elmer, Knoxville, la. 
Campboll, Zeno Andrew, Blockton, la. 
Hutchins, Arthur Clair, Adel, la. 



Ross, Grant Q., Mt. Ayr, la. 
8tratton, William J., Red Oak, la. 

1888 

Ketcham, O. 8., Conception, Mo. 

1889 

Baker, Harry Mitchell, Des Moines, la. 
Hestwood, Samuel Llnnarls, Indlanola, la. 



IOWA GAMMA- 



CORNELL COLLEGE. 

MT. VERNON. IOWA. 



FOUNDED IN 18(58 BY .JOSIAH J. ANDRKWS, JA.MKS E. HARLAN, 
JAMES S. HAYKS. ISAAC F. OIGKR, J. II. GILRUTH, THEODORE 
F. AfENTZER, J. WESLEY MOORE AND JOHN T. WILCOX. 



Inactive after IS71. 



1868 

Andrews, Joslah J., North Ontario, Cal. 

Brotherlln, Harry Laytell, Tipton. la. 

Coffman, James P., New Rutland. 111. 

Collin, Edwin, Northwood, la. 

Curtis, Lewis E., Chicago. 111. 

Freer, Hamllne Hurlburt, 603 Sixth St., 
Mount Vernon, la.; B. S., 1869; M. S., 
1878; A. B., 1880, and A. M., 1888. Cornell 
College;' principal of schools, Chariton, la.; 
teacher in preparatory department of Cor- 
nell College; principal of preparatory and 
normal department, Cornell College; senior 
fellow in political economy. University of 
Chicago; president of Iowa State Teachers' 
Assn.; professor of science and art of 
teaching and political economy, Cornell 
College; now professor of economics and 
sociology, and dean, Cornell College. 

Giger, Isaac F., Toledo. la. 

Qllruth, James Henry, West Plains, Mo. 

Harlan, James Elliott, Mt. Vernon. la. 

Harman, Warren, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Hart, Franklin W., North Ontario, Cal.; law- 
yer. 

Hays, John Rolvin, 1105 Norfolk Ave., Nor- 
folk. Neb.; lawyer. 

Hayes, James Sylvester, Los Angeles, Cal. 

McCoy, Benjamin, Oskaloosa. la. 

IMentzner, Theodore Frellnghuysen, Mitchell, 
S. D. 

Moore, John Wesley, Marion, Kan. 

Rigby, William Titus, Stanwood, la. 

Rollins, Charles Wlllard, Ida Grove, la. 

Soper, Erastus Burrows, 100 Soper Ave., Em- 
metsburg. la.; A. B., 1868; A. M., 1871; 
I^I^. B., 1904, Cornell College; retired law- 
yer; bank president. First National Bank 
Bldg. 

Van Sant, Nicholas Q.. 601 Second Ave.. 
Sterling, 111., grad. Cornell College. 1870; 
Michigan University law school, 1905; law- 
yer, H. & W. Bldg. 



Ward, Julius A., 205 W. 101st St.. New York 

City, N. Y.; grad. Cornell College. 1869; 

retired minister; investments, 205 W. 101st 

St. 
Wilcox, William, Mt. Vernon, la. 
Woodford, Luther Clinton, Fort Collins, 

Colo. 
Young, George Wesley, Mt. Vernon, la. 

1869 

Akers, John Wesley, Des Moines, la. 
Albrook, J. Burlelah, cor. Fifth Ave. and 
Third St., Mt. Vernon, la.; member 2nd 
Iowa Cavalry, 1861-5; first lieutenant *'Mllo 
Guards"; principal Epworth Seminary five 
years; Methodist Episcopal minister since 
1870. 
Clingham, Stephen, David City. Neb. 
McCune, Calmar; address unknown. 
Starr, Milton, Algona. la. 

Luther, 1030 Twenty-third St.. 

Cal.; county attorney. Liner 

1886-7; U. S. commissioner, 

Cal.; district attorney San 

Diego county. Cal,. 1892-94; state senator. 

California, 1903-7; lawyer, firm of Ward & 

Wells, cor. Fifth and D Sts. 



Ward, Martin 
San Diego, 
county. la., 
San Diego, 



1870 

Mitchell, William Oscar; address unknown. 

Nowlin, Thomas Wlllard, 68 Poet 8t, San 
Francisco. Cal.; deputy attorney-general 
of California, 1891; lawyer, Foxcroft Bldff. 

Randall, Ransom Hubbard, Marion, la. 

1871 

Gault, Franklin Benjamin, Vermillion, S. D.; 
president ITniversfty of South Dakota. 



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MISSOURI ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI. 
COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. 

]''OUNDF,I) IX 1S69 BY SAMUEL D. AYER8 AND BENTLEY H. 
RTTNYAX. 



1869 

Daniel, Charles Gilliam, Vandalla, Mo.; 
cashier Vandalia Banking Association. 

Field. Roswcit Martin, 474/ Magrnolia Ave., 
Chicago, 111.; writer. 

Lientz, William Alfonso, Sedalia, Mo.; 
farmer. 

Renter, Eli. Ashland, Mo.; grad. State Uni- 
versity or Missouri, 1870; lawyer. 

Pitt, James F., St. Joseph, Mo.; lawyer. 

Prather, John William, Woodland, Mills, 
Tenn. ; physician. 

Robinson, Joseph Finis, 210 South Ash St., 
Nevada, Mo.; grad. Missouri State Uni- 
versity, 1870, B. S.; M. D., Jefferson Medi- 
cal College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1875; former 
superintendent State Hospital; physician. 

Stevens, Hiram Louis, Lee Ave., Webster 
Groves. Mo.; farming. 

Trantham, William Henry Benson, Los Ga- 
tes, Cal.; editor and publisher. 

1870 

Baker, William R., Booneville, Mo.; secre- 
tary of State Reform School. 

Bruce, Lemuel, Brunswick, Mo. 

Chomeau, Henry, Clayton, Mo.; Missouri 
University, 1872; land surveyor and title 
examiner, with St. Louis County Land 
Title Co. 

Comstock, Edgar Van Derburgh, 3928 West- 
minster Place, St. Louis, Mo.: registry di- 
vision, postofHce. 

Dorsey, R. W., Columbia, Mo.; farmer. 

Hearne, Joseph Carter, Fourth and Ash, San 
Diego, Cal.; A. M., State University of 
Missouri. 1870; Jefferson Medical College, 
M. D., 1872; chief surgeon Hannibal and 
St. Joseph R. R. Co., 1881-91; appointed by 
Gov. Crittenden a member of state board 
of health In 1881; later elected secretary; 
in 1898 appointed regimental surgeon and 
major to the San Diego Regiment of Min- 
ute Men, N. G. C; manager and owner 
Hearne Surgical Hospital and Hearne 
Training School for Nurses. 

Holland, Thomas Estill, Hot Springs, Ark.; 
physician and surgeon. 

Hugo, Lewis Charles Frederick, 1111 Penn 
Ave., Washington, D. C; dentist. 

Riplev, James White; 31 Washington St., 
Maiden, Mass; mechanical engineer. 

Stratton, Peter B., Jr., Sedalia, Mo.; farmer. 

Wilson, Thomas Cranmer, 5633 Clemens Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo.; grad. Missouri State Uni- 
versity, 1874; civil engineer and contractor. 



1871 

Gentry, Richard, 2600 Troost Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo.; capitalist. 

Gray, James W. T., Laramie, Wyo.; mer- 
chant. 

Hedden, David C, New Orleans, La.; mer- 
chant. 

Owen, Thomas Jefferson, Clarks Fork, Ida- 
ho; lawyer. 

Runyan, Eligin L.; address unknown; Mis- 
souri SUte University, A. M.. 1878; LL. B., 
1877. 

Stevens, Richard H., Clayton, Mo. 

Swinford, Samuel Thomas, 1504 Jefferson 
Ave., Houston, Texas; lumber business, 
S. T. Swinford Co., 705 First National Bank 
Bldg. 

1872 

Byrd, Abram R., 503 Guenther Ave., San 
Antonio, Texas; retired. 

Houts, O. L., Warrensburg, Ma; lawyer. 

Hughes, Jr., Charles James, Denver, Colo.: 
LL. D., University of Missouri and Uni- 
versity of Denver; presidential elector, 
1900; delegate to Democratic national con- 
ventions of 1904 and 1908; professor of 
mining law, Denver Law School; lawyer; 
U. S. senator. 

Johnston, Augustus Menefee, 214 Locust St., 
Chllllcothe, Mo. ; accountant. 

Letcher, Jerrold Ranson, 575 Tenth E., Salt 
Lake City, Utah; member legislature Colo- 
rado, 1883; Utah commission, 1896; lawyer. 
Journalist; clerk U. S. courts since 1896. 

Newton, Henry Clay, Denver, Colo.; mining; 
506 Charles Bldg. 

Oliver, Robert Burett, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; 
prosecuting attorney Cape Girardeau coun- 
ty, Mo., 1879-82; state senator, 1883-87; 
curator University of Missouri, 1889-1903; 
treasurer board of regents. 3rd district 
State Normal School, 1902; member 42nd 
General assembly of Missouri. 1903; found- 
er Oliver prizes, 3rd district State Normal 
School; lawyer, 402-5 Himmelberger-Harri- 
son Bldg. 

Riggs, Brutus, Sturgeon. Mo.; teacher. 

1873 

Crenshaw, Waiter Louis, Springfield. Mo. 

Oliver, Thomas Jefferson, Bethany, Mo.; 
teacher. 

Roop, Howard Wilson, Box 1, R. R. 38; farm- 
ing. 



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8he1rman, Henry Edwin, 822 Cajon St., Red- 
lands, Cal.; orange crowlns and farming. 

8wftzler, Warren, 2604 St. Marys Ave., 
Omaha, Neb.; lawyer. Twelfth and Far- 
nam Sta. 

Wataon, Berry A., Columbia, Mo.; physician. 

1874 

Castlfo, Mitchell, Columbia, Mo.; physician. 
Dougiaa, Shannon C, Kansas City, Mo.; 

lawyer. New York Life Bldg. 
Hardeman, John Loclce, Porterville, Cal.; 

physician. 
Marshall, William Boyd, Fremont. Neb. 
Wheeler, Charles wataon, Marshall, Mo.; 



teacher. 



1876 



Burge, R. J., Clinton, Mo. 

Gentry, Richard White, Sedalia, Mo.; lawyer. 

Mortland, John Knox, 2104 Fremont St., So. 

Minneapolis, Minn.; manager advertising, 

Farm Stock House. 
Riggina, Jamea Wyatt, Clinton, Mo. 
Ware, Spencer H., Salem, Mo.; insurance. 



Qould, Robin Patterson, 612 EL Silver Ave.» 

Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
Hawkins, James Clinton, Brumley, Mo. 
Hope, Robert Linwood, Centralis, Mo. 
Johnaon, CllfTord Harold, 912 W. Fifth St, 

Sedalia, Mo. 
Jonea, Ernest William, 1410 Blast Blvd., EI 

Paso, Texas; lawyer, with Jones & Jones. 
McClure, John Wesley, Hughesville, Mo.; 

lawyer. 
McCubbl'n, Roy Clarence, 1625 Jackson St, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Peck, Harold Orme, 1737 Jefferson St, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Shepard, Norton Hamilton, 403 College Ave., 

Columbia, Mo. 
Stewart, Joseph Edgar, 305 Joplin St, Webb 

City, Mo. 
Stickney, Waiter Thomaa, 819 W. Central 

Ave., Carthage, Mo. 
Tyree, Jamea Israel, 122 N. Ball St, Webb 

City, Mo. 
Wheeler, Theodore F., Sallisaw, Okla. 
Wilder, Allen Bliss, 5702 Maple Ave.. St 

Louis, Mo. 
WItten, Francis Donald, 3616 Wabash Ave., 
■ Kansas City, Mo. 



1876 

Seebree, F. B., Scarritt Bldg., Kansas City, 
Mo.; lawyer. 

1908 

Adama, Robert Andrewa, Elizabeth Ave., 

Ferguson, Mo. 
Bayieas, Daniel O'Connell, 1316 Bass Ave., 

Columbia, Mo. 
Brown, Elbert C, Clifton Hill, Mo.; civil en- 
gineer. ^ 
Burns, Ray Alexander, 5637 Maple Ave., St 

Louis, Mo. 
Condie, Walter Douglas, Ferguson, Mo. 
Fanaler, Walter A., 112 E. Sixth St.. Sedalia, 

Mo. 
Foote, Francis Bailey, 5833 Bartmer Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Gardner, Douglas Dorsey, Nineteenth and 

Harvesty Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 



1909 

Arnold, Marshall Britt, Annapolis, Md. 

Dunham, Edward Morrlaon, Ferguson, Mo. 

Fillmore, Royal, 428 Elmwood, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Fred man, Paul Victor, 4140 Wyoming, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Mueller, Norman A., St Joseph, Mo. 

Rockwood, Charles Andrews, Nevada, Mo. 

Saundera, James Key, Peirce City, Mo. 

Shockley, William Grant, Ferguson, Mo. 

Stevenson, Elmer J., 304 N. Ball St., Webb 
City, Mo. 

Thorpe, Frank Ceasford, Lamar, Mo. 



1910 

Grant, Otis, 1513 Woodland Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo. 



KANSAS ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS. 

LAWRENCE. KANSAS, 

FOUNDED FEBRUARY 19, 1876, BY FRANK OLIN MARVIN AND 
GEORGE WILLIAM HAPGOOD, OF PENNSYLVANIA BETA, WITH 
HARRY W. BERKS, VALOROUS F. BROWN, HERBERT D. CRAN- 
DALL, CHARLES S. GLEED, J. W. GLEED, HOWARD H. JENKINS, 
AND GEORGE T. NICHOLSON. 



1876 

Altman, Frank DeGrafT, 841 S. 4th St., Atchi- 
son, Kans.; grad. Wittenberg: College. 1880; 
Theological Seminary. 1882; President of 
Western Theological Seminary since 1895; 
trans, to Ohio Beta. 

Brown, Edwin Guthrie, 1811 7th Ave., Mo- 
line. 111.; Unitarian minister. 

Brown, Valorous Fremont, 117 East Fifth, 
Middletown, Ohio; trans, to 111. Alpha; 
minister M. E. Church, Sec. Cincinnati 
Conference. 

Crandall, Herbert D.,* Denver, Colo.; with 
the First Natl. Bank. 

Davis, Leander L., Leadville, Colo. 

Gleed, Charles Sumner, Topeka, Kans.; law- 
yer. 

Gleed, James Willis, Topeka. Kans.; lawyer. 

Jenkins, Harry H., Shreveport, La. 

Nicholson, George Thomas, 4922 Washington 
Ave., Chicago, HI.; third vice-president, 
A.. T. & S. F. Ry. System. 

Williams, Solon T., 212 Wash. Blk., Seattle, 
Wash. 

1877 

Berks, Henry Woodside, Champaign, III.; 
president. Champaign Public Library; trus- 
tee Masonic Homes of Illinois; secy, and 
director Trevett-Mattis Banking Co. 

Brown, Edward Arnold, Kaneas City, Kans. 

Burney, James Travis, 3416 E. 10th St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; University of Kansas; cap- 
tain of U. S. Volunteers in Spanish-Amer- 
ican War; lawyer, 1006 Scarrftt Bldg. 

Henry, Stuart, 266 West 97th St., New York 
City; author; president, N. Y. State Secur- 
ity Co. 

JacKson, Leonard Caldwell, 1155 N. Emporia 
Ave., Wichita, Kans.; pres. Jackson- 
Walker C. & M. Co. 

Lawrence, Dana, Canon City, Colo. 

Beaton, John C, Atchison, Kans. 

Simpson, William Haskell, 5432 Lexington 
Ave., Chicago, 111.; advertising agent, A., 
T. & S. F. Ry. System, 1118 Railway Ex- 
chanKe 

Twitcheif, Ralph Emerson, 811 Columbia 
Ave., E. Las Vegas, New Mexico; grad. 



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Law Dept., Michigan University, 1882; at- 
torney in New Mexico for the A., T. & S. 
F. Ry. Company since 1883. 

Walbrldge, C. IW.. Kansas City, Mo.; with 
Bumam-Hanna-Munger D. G. Co. 

Wright, L. R., 3800 CampbeU St.. Kansas 
City, Mo.; member of House and Senate. 
Kansas Legislature; real estate dealer. 417 
N. Y. Life Bldg. 

1878 

^^Xl^K."' Charles L., Wichita, Kans.; mayor, 
Wichita. 

Hutch ings, Frank D., Kansas City, Kans.; 
lawyer. 

Little, Edward Campbell, 618 Freeman St.. 
Kansaci City, Kans. ; Diplomatic Agent and 
Consul General U. S. to Egypt; Lieut. -Col- 
onel 20th Kansas in Philippines; lawyer, 
firm of Pollock & LitUe, cor. 7th & Min- 
nesota. 

Meservey, Edwin Clement, 220 Garfield Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo.; grad. Kansas University. 
1882 A. B.; St. Louis Law School. 1886! 
LL.B.; City Counselor since 1905; member 
law firm of Meservey & German. 

Raymond, William Gait, 603 College St., Iowa 
City, Iowa; instructor C. L., University of 
California; grad. Washington University 
St. Louis, 1884, C. E.; Consulting Civil En- 
gineer; Professor Civil Eligineering & Dean 
College Applied Science, State University 
of Iowa. 

1879 

Covel, J. E., Leavenworth, Kans.; with First 
National Bank. 

Modln, John Engeibert, Center City, Minn.; 
County Supt. of Schools. 

Todd, Frank Adelphus, 617 S. Penn St., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; supt. Indianapolis Ware- 
house Co. 

Webster, Frank L., Denver. Colo.; asst. city 
editor, Denver Post. 

1880 

Douglas, William Wallace, 2419 Channing 
Way, Berkeley, Cal.; secy, to Governor of 



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California; deputy comptroller 'of state; 
cashier, The Bank of San Francisco. 

Finney, Arthur M.; address unknown. 

McCurdy, John Edward, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Sterling, Miles Wilson, 1129 Louisiana St.. 
Lawrence, Kans.; grrad. University of Kan- 
sas, 1883; associate professor of Greek, 
ITnlversity of Kansas. 

Thatcher, William Mowry; address unknown. 

1881 

Fearle, Charles E., Cincinnati, Ohio; with 
Ohio & Miss. R. R. 

Gault, Lincoln Furlow, 614 North J St.. Ta- 
coma. Wash.; merchandise broker, 209 Na- 
tional Bank of Com. 

Morse, William Justin, 3849 Charlotte St.. 
Kansas City, Mo.; lawyer, 516 Dwlght Bldg. 

Thompson, Frank Clifford, 630 Polk St.. To- 
peka, Kans.; asst. cashier, Central National 
Bank. 

1882 

Crane, Cyrus W., Kansas City, Mo.; lawyer. 

First Natl. Bank Bide. 
Humphrey, James V., Junction City, Kans.; 

lawyer. 
Jenks, Wilbur S., 1016 Main St., Ottawa, 

Kans.; lawyer. 

1883 

Curdy, Albert Eugene, 743 Yale Station, New 
Haven, Conn.; University of Kansas. 1885, 
A. B.; Ph.D., Johns Hopklne University; 
Instructor in Modem Langruagres. Michigan 
Military Academy; instructor and professor 
of French, Yale ITnlversity. 

Dunn, Denton, 3435 Campbell St., Kansas 
City. Mo.; grad. I'nlversity of Kansas, 
1887: St. Louis Law School, 1891; lawyer, 
910 Commerce Bldg. 

I='ritz, Thaddeus Sheridan, Elmhurst, Cal.; 
lecturer and teacher. 

Qllmore, Solon Thacher, 2603 Linwood Blvd.. 
Kansas City, Mo.; member of Missouri 
State Senate from 1905 to 1909; author, 
Missouri An ti- Trust I^iws; lawyer, member 
firm of Gilmore & Brown. 

Lutz, Wilfred Thomas, Beloit, Kans.; whole- 
sale merchandise. 

Spencer, William, Walla Walla, Wash. 

1884 

Exiine, Frank, I.amar, Colo. 

Ketner, Palmer, Gallup, New Mexico; county 
treasurer and collector, four years; county 
commissioner, four years; general mer- 
chandise. 

Postelwaite, Alonzo William, Cheney. Kans. 

Prescott, John Adams, 3416 Baltimore Ave.. 
Kansas City, Mo.; director First National 
Bank. K. C, Mo.; secy, and treas.. Joplin 
& Pittsburg Ry. Co.; treas. Pittsburg & 
Kansas City Ry. Co.; senior partner of 
John Prescott & Co. 

1885 

Allen, WInfield Scott, Bakersfleld. Cal.; law- 
yer. 

Buliene, Herbert Brockway, Lawrence, 
Kans.; with Innes, Buliene & Hackman. 

Davis, Walter Wesley, Leadville, Colo.; 
mining. 

Rushman, Harry, Salina. Kans. 

Swope, Earle Lakin, 329 Wabash. Kansas 
City, Mo.; engineering dept.. City Hall. 

Taylor, Orrin Benjamin, Leavenworth, Kans.; 
banker. 



1886 

Billings, Melvin Ozlas, Guthrie. Okla. 

Brewster, Schuyler C, Puente, Cal. 

Brown, William Plerson, Alma, Kans.; drug- 
gist. 

Hutchlngs, Jr., Charles Frederick, 500 Glad- 
stone Blvd., Kansas City. Mo.; real estate. 

Rush, John Andrew, 1250 Emerson St., Den- 
ver. Colo.; University of Kansas, B. S. In 
1890; M. S. and LL.B.. 1893; State Senator, 
1900-1904; vice-pres. Denver Charter Con- 
vention. 1903; lawyer, 807 Continental Bldg. 

Spencer, Charles Borden, 207 S. Cottonwood, 
lola, Kans.; druggrist and postmaster. 

Wllmoth, A. L., Concordia, Kans.; lawyer. 



1887 

Bennett, Albert Lee, Denver. Colo. 

Caldwell, Eugene Wilson, 480 Park Ave., New 
York. N. Y.; physician. 

Campbell, Oliver Howard, 3542 Washington 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; physician; instructor 
in medicine, Washington University. 

Mastin, John, New York Life Bldg.. Kansas 
City. Mo. 

Sheliabarger, Joe M., 165 Broadway. New 
York City. N. Y. 

White, Yearsley Miles, Britannia Beach, 
B. C. & Tacoma. Wash.; manager Britan- 
nia Stores & Britannia Mines. 



1888 

Armstrong, Herbert L., 1034 VanBuren, To- 
peka. Kans.; lawyer. 

Callahan, Arthur E., 913 Frederick Ave., St. 
Joe, Mo. 

Deverall, Howard F.; address unknown. 

Edson, Frank Paley, 1027 Tyler St., Topeka, 
Kans.; heating engineer. 

Hadley, Herbert S., Executive Mansion, Jef- 
ferson City. Mo.; Governor of Missouri. 

Knowlton, Phil., 1635 Blake St., Denver, 
Colo.; with Carter. Rice & Co. 

Roberts, Herbert, Manhattan. Kans. 

Wright, Charles W., Okarche. Okla. 



1889 

Crawford, Bryce, Omaha. Neb.; police 
judge, 903 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Hudson, Paul E., City of Mexico, Mexico; 
with Mexico Herald. 

Overton, Wiliard Ward, 814 E. 33rd St.. Kan- 
sas City. Mo. 

Owen, James, Cripple Creek. Colo.; Kansas 
I'niverslty, A. B., 1893; LL.B., 1895; district 
attorney, state senator, district judge, 
mining and corporation law; now district 
judge 4th Judicial District Colorado Court 
House, Cripple Creek or Colorado Springs. 

Robinson, Ernest Franklin, 3741 Walnut St.. 
Kansas City. Mo.; University of Kansas, 
A. B.; University of Pennsylvania. M. D.; 
asst. surgeon. U. S. A., 1899-1900; surgeon, 
603 Bryant Bldg. 

Wiel, Overton Wallace, Kansas City, Kans. 

1890 

Allen, Edgar Poe, Coates House. Kansas 
City, Mo.; editor, The Kansas City Journal. 

Bonebrake, Fred Buel, Osage City. Kans.; 
president. The Osage City Grain A Ele- 
vator Co. 

Dyer, James Walter, Wichita, Kans. 

Orven, J., Pueblo, Colo. 



ITNIVEKSITY OF KANISAS. 



1203 



1891 

Alden, Maurice LeRoy, 72S N. Ninth St., 
Kansas City, Kuns.; lawyer, Arm McAnany 
& Aid en. 

Dunn, William F., Kansas City, Mo.; care 
I'nion Depot. 

Hallowell, Mont, Dayton. Ohio. 

Kelsey, Claude. R., Atchison, Kans. 

McPherson, John Edward, 2847 Troost Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo.; Unlvensity of Kansas, 
B. A., 1898; Kansas City School of Law, 
LL.B.. 1905; investments & liquidations; 
manager. First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Sherman, Adrian Fisher, 2847 Troost Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo.; lawyer. 

Woodward, Brinton Dariingtony Seabreeze, 
Florida. 

1892 

Brewster, Fred W., lola, Kans.; postmaster. 

Christopher, Stanley J., Kansas City, Mo.; 
Exchange Bldg. 

Cramer, John Lyman, 101 Heroy St., Hill- 
yard, Wash.; real estate and insurance. 

Hogg, Archibald, University of Kansas, Law- 
rence, Kans.; professor. 

1893 

Bates, Albert, Kansas City. Mo.; with Clark 
Bates Lumber Co., 17th & Indiana. 

Buchan, Fred Erskine. 15th & Dodge BXb„ 
Omaha, Neb.; captain and Judge advocate 
V. S. Army. 

DeLano, Leigh DeWItt, Fulton, Kans.; re- 
tall lumber and implements. 

Foulkt, J. Carl, Eldorado. Kans. 

Hessin, Jr., John, Manhattan. Kans.; lawyer. 

Kelsey, James C, Chicago, 111.; with Kellogg 
Switchboard Co. 

Miller, Frank B.; address unknown. 

Piatt, William H. H., 2531 Troost Ave., Kan- 
sas City. Mo.; Kansas University; associate 
c*ity counselor. Kansas City, Mo., 1906- 
1909; lawyer, member firm of Piatt, Lea 
& Wood, 706 Dwight Bldg. 

Rush, George Albert, Collma, Mexico; elec- 
trical engineer. 

Shirat, Oliver, 4224 Westminster Place, St. 
I^ouis. Mo.; president. International Supply 
& Export Co. 

Snow, Morton McCulloch, Nashville, Tenn. ; 
University of Kansas. A. B.; University of 
Pennsylvania, M. D.; physician; medical 
referee for the South: Mass. Mutual Life 
Insurance Company. 

1894 

Atkinson, Lloyd Hardy, 111 Broadway, New 

York City. 
Eaton, Dudley W., U. S. and Mex. Trust 

Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 
Harris, Fred Miio, 406 Locust St., Ottawa, 

Kan.; lawyer. First National Bank Bldg. 
Robinson, Roy Martin, Grand Ave.. Engle- 

wood, N. J.; lawyer, 37 Wall St., New York 

City. 
Taylor, Roy, Wichita, Kan. 
Wood, Fred H., 706 Dwight Bldg., Kansas 

City, Mo. 

1895 

Deary, William Arthur, Lincoln, Neb. 
Farrell, Joseph A., 9th and Locust, Kansas 

City, Mo. 
House, Frank E., Commerce Bldg., Kansas 

City, Mo. 
Maxwell, William Lothrop, Kansas City, Mo.; 

investments, 1111 Baltimore. 



Murry, Murdo, Chicago, 111.; with Mandel 

Bros. 
Ransom Wliiard Gildden, 1410 Perry St.. 

Davenport, la.; trans, to New York Alpha; 

traveling salesman, Bettendorf Axle Co. 

1896 

Clark, Edgar Harlan, Lincoln, Neb.; pur- 
chasing agent. University of Nebraska. 

Cockins, Jr., William W., Meade, Kan.; 
ranchman, "Crooked L" Ranch. 

Esterly, George Adin, 16 E. Lee St., Law- 
rence, Kan.; dentist, 801 Mass. St. 

Kahl, Hugo, Carnegie Inst., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Rafter, DeVere, 876 W. 8th St., Hoi ton, Kan.; 
LL.B., Kansas University, 1898; regt. non- 
commissioned staff, 20th Kansas Regt., 
1898-1899; lawyer; with E. K, Rafter & Co., 
farm loans. 

Ringer, W. H., Paola, Kan.; druggist. 

Robertson, Francis Hamilton, 152 E. Superior 

'St., Chicago. 111.; University of Kansas; 
University of Chicago; University of Minne- 
sota; editor of Song Book, 1901-08; com- 
poser of Phi Kappa Psi Two-Step; treas- 
urer Brown -Robertson Company, Fine Arts 
Bldg. 

Rodgers, George Dick, Box 845, Muskogee, 
Okla.: A. B., Kansas University, 1899; 
LL. D., Columbia University, 1901; law- 
yer; member firm of Rodgers & Clapp, New 
English Bldg. 

Wilson, Carey J.» Topeka Kan.; cashier Aetna 
Life Insurance Co., Kansas State agency. 

Woodward, Chester, 834 Buchanan St., To- 
peka. Kan.; broker, 31 Columbian Bldg. 

1897 

Francis, Jr., John, 324 Maryland Ave., N. E., 
Washington, D. C; chief Land Division, 
Indian Office, Dept. of Interior. 

Hopkins, Ross, 1055 Hamilton Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Overmyer, George Edward, 27 Short Way, 
Oak Hill, S. Pasadena, Cal.; lawyer. 541 
Cit. Nat. Bank Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Robinson, George Albert, 3323 Holmes St., 
Kansas City, Mo.; wholesale drugs, sun- 
driee buyer; with Faxon & Gallagher. 

Sheridan, John W., Paola, Kan.; editor The 
Western Spirit. 

1898 

Burnham, Joseph Lewis, Lincoln, Neb.; 
cashier First Trust & Savings Bank. 

Deweese, Fred Mlio, 536 S. 16th, Lincoln, 
Neb.; lawyer C, B. & Q., headquarters 
Omaha. 

Hamilton, Hale Rice; address unknown. 

Harrison, John W., 1243 Western, Topeka, 
Kan.; engineer. 

Hayden, John Gardner, 903 Benton Blvd., 
Kansas City, Mo.; asst. In surgery Rush 
Med. College; faculty Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Kansas; eurgeon C, M. & St. P. Ry.; sur- 
geon C, B. & Q. R. R. Co.; surgeon C, R. 
IT. & P. Ry.; physician and surgeon, 
Argyle Bldg. 

Hess, Harrison Henry, Artesia, New Mexico. 

House, Jr., Edwin L., New York Life Bldg., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Hutchings, Samuel Dean, Kansas City, Kan.; 
lawyer, Stubbs Bldg. 

1899 

Baird, Edgar Allison, Omaha, Neb.; lawyer, 
615 New York Life Bldg., care Wm. Baird 
& Sons. 



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Merrill, Frank Johnston, Paola. Kan.; mem- 
ber Kansas Leslelature; lawyer. 

Campbell, James Patterson, Lincoln. Neb. 

Delaney, Fred George, Taloga. Okla.; cashier 
of First National Bank. 

Fife, Raleigh Oscar, 630 Nebraska Ave., 
Kansas City. Kan.; miningr engrineer, Taba- 
tacochi Mine, Nacozarl, Sonora, Mexico. 

Graham, Walter Broadway, Kansas City, 
Mo. ; with Central Book' Store. 

Johnston Marshall, Hospital Bisbee, Calumet. 
Ariz. 

Summerfleid, Solon Erb, 129 W. 69th St., 
New York City. N. Y.; president Bernstein 
Ribbon Co.. 315 E. 103d St. 

Wilson, Joseph Cox, 616 Topeka Ave.. To- 
peka, Kan.; m^rr. and proprietor Wilson 
Office Supply Co., 107 W. 6th Ave. 

1900 

Clotfelter, Andrew Lloyd, 647 Oakland Ave., 
Kansas City, Kan.; lawyer. Law Bids. 

Creager, Marvin H., 3929 Oak St.. Kansas 
City, Mo.; night telegrraph editor Kansas 
City Star. 

Edson, Edward Q., Beaumont, Tex.; hard- 
ware. 

Gay, Lathrop B., 3616 Walnut St.. Kansas 
City. Mo. 

Heath, Arthur Harvey, Holton. Kan. 

Lincoln, George T., care Harvard University. 
Cambridge, Mass. 

LInscott, Clarence Monroe, W. Columbia. 
Tex. 

Ramsey, Joseph Reaves, 25 E. Berkley, Law- 
rence, Kan.; ticket agent A.. T. & S. F. 

Ry. 
Searles, James Clark, 3217 Woodland Ave., 

Kansas City. Mo.; real estate and rentals. 

250 N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Sterritt, Francis Marlon, Thackerville, Okla. 

1901 

Dyer, Joe H., Kansas City, Mo.; real estate, 

N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Dyer, William. Kansas City, Mo.; real estate, 

N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Garver, Robert Diiier, 835 Tyler St., Topeka, 

Kan.; lawyer; member firm of Garver & 

Garver. 
Isaacson, Arthur Frazier, Yocemento, Kan.; 

cement manufacturer. 
LInscott, Sidney 8., Holton, Kan., banker. 
LoomIs, Wesley Horace, 218 Duff St, Macon, 

Mo.; University of Kansas; V. P. and mgr. 

Investment Company. 
McGrew, George W., 821 Tauromee Ave., 

Kansas City, Kan.; real estate and insur- 
ance, 717 Minnesota Ave. 
Muivane, Don David, 315 E. 6th St.. Topeka, 

Kan.; banker. ^ 

1902 

Allen, Harry B., Independence, Mo. 

Anderson, Clay, Iloib, Pansy, P. I.; civil en- 
gineer. 

Hayden, Charles Sidney, Austin, Tex.; re- 
porter on Topeka Capital, Kansas City 
Journal and Chicaaro Tribune; publisher 
Daily Tribune. 

Kennedy, Edmund Thomas, Ralston, Okla. 

Kinne, Clare Bernard, University Pharmacy, 
Univ. Sta., Seattle, Wash.; pharmacist. 

Maduska, Albert M., Leavenworth, Kan.; en- 
gineer. 

Parker, Glenn Lane, U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey, Washington, D. C; asst. engineer U. 
S. Geological Survey. 

Peters, James Arthur, Kansas City, Mo.; 
stock yards. 



Rea, Fred Irvin, Hay City, Kan.; electrical 
engineer. 

1903 

Chase, Frank Erwln, Valley View, Ky.; 

bookkeeper Southern Lumber & Broom Co. 
Coivin, William Putnam, 1019 Rowland Ave., 

Kansas City, Kan.; chemist U. S. Bureau 

Animal Industry Laboratory, 409 Federal 

Bldg. 
Griggs, Arthur C. Topeka, Kan.; ballplayer, 

St. Louis American League. 
Hamlin, William F., care Dr. J. A. Hamlin, 

Lawrence. Kan. 
Hazen, George B., 1900 N. 10th, Kansas City, 

Kan.; engineer. 
Humfrevllie, Henry King, Waterville, Kan.; 

cashier Citizens' State Bank. 
McClintock, Fred R., Kansas City, Mo.; 

with Stoll-Moore Drug Co., 12th and 

Grand. 
Spangler, Adoiph James, 644 Mississippi St.. 

Lawrence. Kan. 
Stevenson, Harry Grove, 3844 Central, Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; cattle salesman for Dunlap 

Live Stock Com. Co. 
Trivitt, Rufus W., Eskridge, Kan. 
Wangerlen, Carl Jacob, vining. Kan. 



1904 

AInsworth, Samuel, Lyons. Kan.; engineer. 

Blackmar, Frank Holllster, 2924 Garfield 
Ave.. Kansas City, Mo.; mining engineer, 
14 W. Missouri Ave. 

Blue David Burdette, 800 Keeler Ave., Bar- 
tlesville, Okla.; lawyer, Bopst Bldg. 

Campbell, Newton Colin, Lander. Wyo.; 
LL. B.. University of Kansas, 1908; ad- 
mitted to bar, Kansas and Oklahoma; 
lawyer. 

Geiwix, Daniel Edmund, Thayer, Kan.; in- 
structor Washburn College, Topeka. 

Griesa, William, Lawrence, Kan.; owner Mt. 
Hope Nursery. 

Guthrie, Wade A., CoffeyviUe, Kan.; oil pro- 
ducer. 

March, George Miles, 941 Kentucky St., 
Lawrence. Kan.; University of Kansas, 
A. B. '08, B. S. '09; sanitary engineer. 

Montgomery, Peyton, CoffeyviUe, Kan.; capi- 
talist 

Myers, Isaiah Stanley, 1110 Scott Ave., Fort 
Scott. Kan.; lawyer. 

Sheridan, Bernard Long, Paola, Kan.; Uni- 
versity of Kansas, A. a, '08. 

Speck, Harry, Lyons. Kan.; banker. 

Stocks, Fred L., Blue Rapids, Kan.; mgr. 
1,284 acres, Marshall County, Kansas. 

Young, John Silas, 417 Ogden. Denver, Colo.; 
care Treasurer's Office. Colorado TeL Co., 
1421 Champa. 

1905 

Allen, Forrest Clare, 121 W. Alton Ave., In- 
dependence. Mo.; coached Baker Univer- 
sity Haskell Indians, University of Kansas 
basket ball; made the 'Varsity in basket 
bass and baseball; athletic director High 
school; clerk for Jackson County. Mo. 

Berry, Nathaniel Elchorn, Marysville, Kan.; 
la^irver 

Blackmar, Charles Maxwell, 2924 Garfield 
Ave., Kansas City, Mo.; lawyer, 708 Amer- 
ican Bank Bldg. 

Carter, Eugene Lamar, Denver Colo.; bank 
clerk, care U. S. National Bank. 

Robertson, Jr., John W., 1008 Tenn. St., 
Lawrence, Kan.; furniture business. 

Coble, Ward Henry, 2610 R 28th St, Kansas 
City, Mo.; lawyer. 



UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS. 



205 



Moore, Louis H., 7th and Crawford Sts.. Fort 
Scott, Kan. 

Read, Frank West, 314 W. 16th. CoffeyviUe, 
Kan.; care Read Clothing Store. 

Russell, Earl Paul, 2017 Indiana Ave., Chi- 
cago, HI.; with Marshall Field Wholesale, 
Dept 25. 

1906 

Atkinson, Paul 8., 533 Ohio St, Lawrence, 

Kan. 
Cole, Clifford, 3227 Woodland Ave., Kanww 

City, Mo. 
Davis, Ell 8anford, 2128 LAurelshade Ave., 

Seattle, Wash.; trans, to Cal. Beta. 
Garver, John Dlller, 715 Harrison, Topeka, 

Kan. 
Hasklns, Charles Arthur, Kingman, Kan.; 

sanitary engineer. 
Nutter, Frank Clark, 6200 Jefferson St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Padgett, Fred Ward. 1223 Judson St., Fort 

Scott, Kan.; chemist. 
Sheppard, James Gifford, 9th and Crawford 

Sts.. Fort Scott, Kan. 
Smithmeyer, Frederick Poehler, 901 Indiana, 

Lawrence, Kan. 

1907 

Blacker, Morris Angelo, 1302 Buclld, Kansas 

City. Mo.; salesman. 
Campbell, Paul, 6 W. 87th St., Kaneas City. 

Mo. 
Crowley, Norwood Harrison, 1233 Oread 

Ave., Lawrence, Kan. 
Fife, George Casta nien, 630 Nebraska Ave., 

Kansas City, Kan.; real estate, 660 Minne- 
sota Ave. 
Pennlman, Edward Douglas, 818 Horton St., 

Fort Scott, Kan.; with A. C. Pennlman & 

Son Hardware Co. 
Pennlman, James Brown, Fort Scott, Kan.; 

hardware business. 



Singleton, Harry, Kansas City, Mo.; Orler 

Hotel Co., Bryant Bldg. 
Stevens, George Loren, 411 W. 11th, Coffey- 

vllle, Kan. 

1908 

Blackmar, Eugene Maurice, 2924 Garfield, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Blackmar, Howard Bowman, 1116 Ohio St., 
Lawrence, Kan. 

Bowles, George H., 1611 Central St., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Carter, Ledrue Gerld, 533 Ohio St., Iaw- 
rence, Kan. 

Doyle, Lewis Crandail, Kingman. Kan. 

Hill, George Homer, Paola, Kan. 

Hopper, George L., 3l8t and Michigan Ave., 
Kansas City. Mo.; advertising dept. Kan- 
sas City Post. 

Pettit, Jr., Fred Eugene, Feabody, Kan. 

Spotts, Ralph Hall, 2001 Louisiana St., Law- 
rence, Kan. 

Stuckey, George H., Formosa, Kan. 



1909 

Blerer, Jr., Sam, 410 N. 7th St., Hiawatha, 
Kan. 

Dolde, H. Charles, 711 Spruce St., Leaven- 
worth, Kan. 

Evans, Harold D., 8032 McGee, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Humphrey, Arthur S.» 484 W. 3d, Junction 
City, Kan. 

Park, Stephen Alan, 16 W. Adams St., Law- 
rence, Kan. 

Spalding, Arthur M., 706 Tennessee, Law- 
rence, Kan. 

Tenney, Frederick William, 1711 Massa- 
chusetts, Lawrence, Kan. 

Wheeiock, Donald Lawrence, 2416 E. 10th St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



NEBRASKA ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. 

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. 

FOl XDKD MARCH 23, 1895, BY F. E. BROWN, R. C. BEXTLKY, H. L. 
KIMBALL, P. A. POWERS, L. C. OBERLIES, W. HILDRKTII, 
W. A. DEARY, T. MADISON BENTLEY, J. W. MORROW, J. P. ROWE, 
W. D. RKED, B. W. WILSON, JULIUS P. SEDGWICK, VIRGIL C. 
BARBER, W. H. SUDDATH, C. S. NORTON, R. K. STRASSMANN 
AND C. HILDRETIL 



1896 

Barber, Vergli Cassiut, 3736 Indiana Ave.. 
Chicago. 111.; supt. Randolph Box & Label 
Co.. 36 S. Clark St. 

Bentley, Isaac Madison, Cornell University, 
Ithaca. N. Y. ; assistant professor of psy- 
choloRy. Cornell University. 

Bentley, Rufus Clarence, Clark University, 
Worcester J Mass. 

Brown, Frank E., Bay City, Texas; real es- 
tate. 

Deary, William Arthur, Bloomington, Neb. 

Elliott, Edward Charles, University of Wis- 
consin, Madison. Wis.; professor of educa- 
tion and director of the Course for the 
Ti-ainlng of Teachers, TTniversity of Wis- 
consin. 

Hildreth, Carson, Franklin, Neb.; president, 
Franklin State Bank. 

Hildreth, Ward, 5707 Washington Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111.; vlce-pres. and mgr., Uolsman 
Automobile Co., 98 Jackson Blvd. 

Kimball. Herbert Lee, Spokane, Wash.; law- 
yer, 504 Hyde Bldg. 

Korsmeyer, Fritz Augusts, 328 W. 96th St., 
New York City, N. Y. 

Mapes, Thomas Arthur, Miles City, Mont.; 
author Digest Montana Supreme Court Re- 
ports; treas. Montana Railroad Company; 
lawyer, member firm of Gunn & Rasch. 

Morrow, James Walter, 2032 Dwightway, 
Berkeley, Cal.; investments. 

Oberlies, Louis Clark. 524 N. 16th St.. Lin- 
coln, Neb.; University of Nebraska, M. A., 
1899; lumber and banking. 

Powers, Percy Amos, 618 Washington Blvd., 
Chicago, 111.; contractor. 

Reed, William Dickey. 2024 S. 24th St., Lin- 
coln, Neb.; B. S., University of Nebraska, 
1896: real estate, loans and insurance, 132 
N. 11th St. 

Rowe, Jesse Perry, T'^niversity Ave., Mis- 
soula, Mont.; grad. University of Nebraska. 
B. S.. 1897; M. A.. 1903; Ph.D.. 1906; au- 
thor, professor of geology. University of 
Montana. 

Shedd, George Clifford, Ashland, Neb.; In- 
vestments. 

Shedd, Harry Graves, Ashland, Neb.; A. M.. 
I'niversity of Nebraska, 1900; registrar and 



secretary of faculties, Univ. of Neb., 189S- 
1903; secy. Nebr. Commission to Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition. 1904; member Ne- 
braska Commission, Lewie & Clark EJxpo- 
sition, Portland, Ore., 1905; vice-pres. 
Shedd-Sizer Co., Basin, Wyo.; secy, and 
treas. Shedd Investment Co., Ashland. 

Spencer, Craig Lemuel, 702 11th Ave., N., 
Seattle, Wash.; farm lands, 652 Empire 
Bldg. 

Strassman, Ralph Kreutzer, 200 W. 85th St., 
New York City; advertising manager. Red 
Book Magazine, 6092 Metropolitan Bldg. 

Sedgwick, Julius Parker, 2016 Kenwood 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; instructor Uni- 
versity of Minnesota; physician, 820 Don- 
aldson Bldg. 

Suddath, William Henry, 2609 Portland Ave., 
Minneapolis. Minn. 

Thompson, Charles Yoder, West Point, 
Nebr. : agriculture. 

Wiggenhorn, Ernest Alexander, Ashland, 
Neb.; asst. cashier, Farmers & Merchants 
Hank. 

Wilson, Burton Wilbur, Calle Real ^\i 
Coyoacan. D. F., Mexico; lawj'er. La Mutua 
No. 509. Mexico, D. F. 

1896 

Brown. Orlo, Bay City, Texas; real estate. 

Collett, Austin John, 1113 Georgia Ave., 
Omaha, Neb.; electrical engineer. Union 
Pacific R. R. 

Haecker, Archbald Lewis, 603 S. 26th St.. 
Lincoln, Neb.; professor of dalrj' hus- 
bandry. University of Nebraska. 

Ladd, Charles Franklin, 823 S. 17th St., Lin- 
coln, Neb.; dentist, Fraternity Bldg. 

White, Sherman A., Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

1897 

Chapin, Edwin Tuttle, 613 S. 1st St., Sand- 
point. Idaho; lumberman. 

Fricke. Carl George, Plattsmouth, Neb.; 
asst. cashier. First Natloijal Bank. 

Hitchman, Jackson Coiborn, Cuatotolapam, 
Ver, Mexico; mgr., Cuatotolapam Sugar 
Corporation. 



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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. 



207 



Imhofr, Charles Hudson, Hopewell. N. J.; 
vice-president. Chatham National Bank, 
192 Broadway. New York Cltv. 

Korsmeyer, Louis William, 1920 C St., Lin- 
coln, Neb.; electrical supplies, 138 S. 10th 
St. 

Pearse, Arthur Sperry, 1926 Geddes Ave., 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Instructor In zoology, 
I'niverslty of Michigan. 

Reed, Wilson Claude, Kansas City. Mo. 

Stelner. Frank Meyers, 911 Mary Place. Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; with American Linen Sup- 
ply. 

Weeks. Paul, 500 North Broad St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; S. B., Mass. Institute of Tech- 
nology. 1902; mechanical engineer, Bald- 
win Locomotive Work.s. 

Williams, Earl Wilton, York, Neb.; cloth- 
ing merchant. 

1898 

Benedict, Raymond Eli, Forest Service, 
Washington, D. C; general Inspector, V. 
S. Forest Service. 

Crandall, Harry Eugene, care F. A. Kors- 
meyer, 147 W. 17th St., New York City, 
N. Y. 

Eng'el, ' Charles William, 4315 Seward St.. 
Omuha, Neb.; asst. engineer, C. & N. W. 
Ry., lines west, 1203 Famam St. 

Hays, Clyde Thomas, Lincoln. Neb.; whole- 
sale creamery butter. 701 P St. 

Heartt, William Raymond, Chicago, 111.; with 
C, B. & Q. R. R. 

Lehmer, Frank WeKon, Apartado 4, Ocotlan, 
Oaxaca. Mexico; mining. 

Manchester, Frank Paul, 318 S. 26th St.. 
Omaha, Neb.; grad. in law. 1902; formerly 
general agent. Union Pacific R. R. Co., 
at Pueblo, Colo.; secretary, Omaha Grain 
Exchange. 755 Brandeis Bldg. 

Norton. William Wellington, 1609 University 
Ave.. S. E.. Minneapolis, Minn.; trans, to 
Minn. Heta; musician, teaching. 



1899 

Christie, Burton Whitford, 1024 Park Ave., 
Omaha, Neb.; physician, 418 Barker Bldg., 

Holt, William Elmer, Miles City, Mont.; secy, 
and treas., C. B. Towers Co. 

Parkhurst, Charles Percy, 33 Pugh Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; grad. Williams College, 
1898; University of Nebraska; Ohio State 
High School and College Agent, Glnn & 
Co.. 9 West Long St., Columbus, Ohio. 

Sedgwick, Allan Ernest, Calle Gante No. 1, 
Mexico City, Mexico; University of Ne- 
braska Academic; Columbia University 
Mining; mining engineer; president, Amer- 
ican Engineering & Construction Com- 
pany; general manager, Maine & Nebraska 
Mining Company. 

1900 

Allen, Howard, York, Neb. 

Buckley, Newton E., 914 S. 26th St., Omaha, 

Neb.; civil engineer, asst. engineer, Union 

Pacific R. R. 
Brown, Ernest Jo., 722 N. 9th St., Beatrice, 

Neb.; district court reporter. 
Cook, Jr., Daniel Wolford, 903 N. 7th St., 

Beatrice. Neb.; banking. 
Fricke, Fritz Alexander, Plattsmouth, Neb.; 

pharmacist. 
Harris, Russell Stimson, Omaha, Neb.; 

president. Western Contractors Supply Co., 

860 Brandeis Bldg. 
Johnston, George Stratford, Omaha, Neb.; 

manager Western Paper Co., Fifteenth and 

Howard. 



Ringer, John Dean, 2118 F St., South Omaha, 
Neb.; assistant city attorney. South Oma- 
ha. 1906-08; lawyer, room 9 Glasgow Block. 

Stark, Jr., Herman Frederick, St. Peter, 
Minn. 

1901 

Baird, Claire Gaines, Omaha, Neb.; lawyer, 
615 New York Life Bldg., with William 
Baird & Sons. 

Cuscaden, Alexander, Denver Post, Denver, 
Colo.; assistant city editor. Denver Post. 

Douglas, George Edmund, 806 S. Thirty-fifth 
St.. Hastings. Neb.; automobiles. 

Dumont, Raymond Ebersole, 3642 Lafayette 
Ave.. Omaha, Neb.; civil engineer, 1605i 
Famam St. 

Jaynes, Arthur Winter, Twin Falls, Idaho: 
chief clerk. Twin Falls Salmon River Land 
& Water Co., to chief engineer. 

Ledwith, John James, 2255 S. Fourteenth 
St.. Lincoln. Neb.; grad. University of Ne- 
braska, 1900. B. S.; Law College of Ne- 
braska I'niverslty, 1903, LL. B.; instructor, 
Law College of University of Nebraska 
four years; lawyer, member firm of Morn- 
ing & Ledwith, Brownell Block. 

Lehmer, Herman Kountz, Ocotlan. Oaxaca. 
Mexico. Apartudo 4; manager La Mlna La 
Tehuana. 

McCulloch, Herbert Virgil, 1038 Thirteenth 
Ave.. S. E., Minneapolis. Minn. 

Morrison, John Kelly, 590 Brandeis Bldg., 
Omaha. Neb.; fire insurance, special agent 
and adjuster. 

Powell, Doane, Chicago, III.; artist, cartoon- 
ist. 

Southwick, Homer John, Friend. Neb.; asst. 
ca.sliler, Flr.st National Bank- 



1902 

Christie, Ralph Conklin, Thirty-seventh and 
Cuming Sts.. Omaha, Neb.; interne, Meth- 
odist hospital. 

Cuscaden, Fred A., Frlcson, Neb.; banker. 

Hargreaves, Harry Gladstone, 1306 S. Paseo 
PI.. Kansas City, Mo.; autqmobile sales- 
man, :J206 Troost Ave. 

Hubbard, Earle Clinton, Grants Pass. Ore. 

Lewis, Burdette Gibson, 545 W. 156th St.. 
New York City, N. Y.; special agent Wis- 
consin state tax commission. 1904; presi- 
dent White Fellow, political and social 
science, Cornell University. 1905-07; special 
agent Interstate Commerce Commission, 
Washington. D. C, 1907; statistician public 
service commission, for the First district 
New York state, 154 Nassau St., Tribune 
Bldg. 

McLennan, Donald Kenneth, Fort Collins, 
Colo.; real estate. 

Morehouse, Rex Henry, 1001 S. Thirtieth 
Ave., Omaha. Neb.; president and general 
manager R. H. Morehouse Lumber Co., 
Twenty -seventh Ave. and Taylor St. 

Prescott, Allen Zollers; address unknown. 

Ramsey, William Crltes, Plattsmouth. Neb.; 
grad. University of Nebraska, A. B., 1907; 
LL. B..; city attorney, Plattsmouth, 1907- 
08; lawyer, county attorney. 

Reed, Harry Farnsworth, Y. M. C. A.. Oma- 
ha. Neb.; general manager L. G. Doup & 
Co., 1301 Nicholas St. 

Shimer, Charles EvI, Denver. Colo. 

States, Herbert James, Lander, Wyo. 



1903 

Benedict, M. A., North Fork, Cal. 
S. Forest Service. 



with U. 



208 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Burky, Charles 'Rogy, Jerome, Idaho; chief 
draftsman for Twin Falls N. Side L. & W. 

Clark, John Elliott, Thirty-third and O.. Lin- 
coln, Neb. 

Edgerton, James Edgar, Soldier, Idaho; real 
estate. 

HItchman, Alec Byers, Box 43. Tamplco, 
Mexico; Tampico-Tuxpam canal engineer. 

Mead, Arthur Elting, York, Neb.; civil en- 
erineer, C. B. & Q. R. R.. Lincoln, Neb. 

Mercer, William Cowan, Carthage, III.; treas- 
urer C. W. Walker Co. 

Murphey, Joseph Allen, 72S-730 Brandeis. 
Omaha. Neb.; secretary and treasurer Rob- 
erts Grain Co. 

Scribner, Arthur Hall, 1339 S. Thirty-fourth 
St., Omaha. Neb.; clerk, U. P. Ry. Co., tax 
department. 

Slaughter, Carl Denton, 1906 N. Tenth St., 
Boise, Idaho; building materials, 330 Yates 
Bldg. 

1904 

Bowman, Elmer Kenneth, Lawrence, Neb. 
Callahan, Leon Dudley, 2544 Dodge St., 

Omaha, Neb.; with C. Hafer Lumber Co., 

135 W. Broadway. Council Bluffs, la. 
Drlscoll, Dean, 1201 Washington, Boise, 

Idaho; lawyer. 
Dumont, John Richard, 8642 Lafayette Ave., 

Omaha, Neb.; real estate and insurance, 

member firm of J. H. Dumont & Son, 1605 

Farnam St. 
Durkee, Rodney Stuart, 137 S. Third Ave., 

Mount Vernon. N. Y.; accountant, Guggen- 
heim E^xportation Co., 165 Broadway, New 

York City. N. Y. 
Fricke, Albert Adolph, Plattsmouth, Neb.; 

physician. 
Huse, Eugene Franklin, 1101 Norfolk Ave.. 

Norfolk. Neb.; business manager Norfolk 

Daily News; manager Norfolk Auditorium 

theater. 
Joslln, Harry Arthur, 1103 JefFerson, Boise, 

Idaho; building materials dealer, 330 Yates 

Bldg. 
Meyer, Qustav Adolph, 2202 Howard St., 

Omaha. Neb.; chemical engineer. 
Post, Herbert Wilson, 1615 F. St., Lincoln, 

Neb.; cashier, Lincoln Ice & Cold Storage 

Co. 
Rathburn, Merle Connor, Lincoln. Neb.; 

salesman. 1619 B St. 
Redick, Qeorge M., 1517 Farnam St.. Omaha, 

Neb.; real estate. 

1905 

Gardner, John Montelth, Fremont. Neb.; 
architect, member firm of A. H. Dyer Co. 

Johnston, Edward Charles, 2129 S. Eleventh 
St.. Lincoln. Neb.; salesman, wholesale 
paper. 

Kenner, Walter Vern, 1662 N. Nineteenth St., 
Omaha, Neb.; grad. University of Ne- 
braska, A. B., 1909. 



Mills, Jr., Wlllard Cooke. 1291 Alice. Oak- 
land, Cal.; electrical engineer, Leona Chem- 
ical Co.. 1256 Broadway. 

Mould, James Addison, 2022 Webster St.» 
Omaha, Neb.; with McKeen Motor Car Co. 

Murphey, Ralph Burnett, Lincoln, Neb.; 
la\irver 

Peck. Lyman, HiUcroft Farm, Fort Calhoun, 
Neb.; breeder Peru bred live stock. 

Strohm, John Guy, 856 Lincoln Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

1906 

Benedict, Miller Samuel, Austin. Nev.; for- 
est supervisor. Forest Service, Austin. 

Benttey, Orlando, Newcastle, Wyo. 

Burnett, Elbert Martin, Peru. Neb.; director 
of athletics, Peru Normal School. 

Clark, David Dean, Victoria. Tex. 

McDonald, Dale Francis, 326 Thomson, York, 
Neb. 

Patterson, Kenneth Askew, 321 W. Armour 
Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 

Slaughter, Samuel Charles, Boise City, 
Idaho: building supplies. 

Switzler, Robert Merldeth, 2604 St. Mary's 
Ave., Omaha, Neb. 

1907 

Chain, Albert Bushnell, York, Neb. 

Fricke, Edwin Adolph, Plattsmouth, Neb. 

Lloyd, Lynn, Ashland, Wis. 

Meyer, Charles August, 82 an der Alster, 
Hamburg. Germany. 

Taylor, Herbert Solomon, 1058 Pearl St., Den- 
ver, Colo. 

White, Vallery, 1010 Park Ave., Omaha, Neb. 

1908 

Cherrlngton, Bennle Mark, 514 N. Twenty- 
third St., Omaha, Neb.; director athletics, 
Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1904-06; 

Bhysical director. Y. M. C. A., Adrian, 
Ilch., 1905-07; president Y. M. C. A.. *08; 

director athletics and debating, Omaha 

high school, 'OS-Og. 
Ferguson, John Adams, Seattle. Wash.; law- 
yer, with Keifer & Co., Colman Bldg. 
Flansburg, Claude Wilkinson, 1645 A. St., 

Lincoln, Neb. 
Hays, Herbert Michael, Stella, Neb.; with 

M. L Hays Lumber Co. 
Hough, Harry George, 42 Dennis St., Adrian, 

Mich. 
KIddoo, Guy Cabbell, 911 N. Twenty-second 

St., South Omaha, Neb. 
Reid, Erie Hamilton, Wyncote, Wyo. 
Smith, Lloyd Stanford, 3836 Charles St, 

Omaha. Neb.; bookkeeper. 
Stelnhart, Morton, 802 Second Ave., Nebraska 

City, Neb. 
Temple, LeRov Bates, Lexington, Neb. 
Welsh, John Cravelle, Omaha. Neb. 



CALIFORNIA ALPHA. 



UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC. 

COLLEGE PARK. CALIFORNIA. 

FOUNDED IN APBIL, 1881, BY C. "W. BEEYFOGLB, JOHN C. 
B1CHABD80N AND W. A. JOHNSTON. 



Inaelive after 1889. 



1881 

Alexander, Monroe Hamilton, Los Gates, Cal. 
Blackmar, Frank Wilson, 1115 Ohio St., 

Lawrence Kan.; University of the Pacific; 

Johns Hopkins University; now professor 

of sociolofry and economics; dean of grad. 

school. 
Dennett, Edward Power, 129 Haight St.. San 

Francisco, Cal.; minister, Wesley M. B. 

Church, Hayes and Buchanan Sts. 
Qober, Robert Paris, 59 Santa Cruz Ave., 

Los Gatos, Cal.; physician. 
Martin, John Jeffrey, Ceres, Cal.; minister. 
Mills, Freeman Benjamin, Woodbrldge, Cal. 
Rea, James William, San Jose, Cal. 



1882 

Cox, Herbert E., 198 S. Whitney St., San 
Jose, Cal.; trans, to Cal. Beta; now presi* 
dent of Pacific Coast Business Collegre. 

Fairchild, John Alarlc, San Jose, Cal. 

Hall, Benjamin Fred, Palo Alto. Cal.; real 
estate 

LIppItt,' Edward Lewis, 200 Sixth St., Peta- 
luma, Cal.; teacher of piano, organ and 
harmony. 

McKee. Albert Brown, Redwood City, Cal.; 
physician, 2405 Fillmore St. 

Turner, Leander Theodore, Seattle, Wash.; 
lawyer. Central Bldg. 

Welch, James Roy, 253 S. Eighth St., San 
Jose. Cal.; grad. University of the Pacific 
in 1887; admitted to bar in 1889; city at- 
torney of San Jose, 1895-7; elected Judge, 
1904; now Judge of the Superior court of 
the state of California. 



Qoabey, Perley Francis, 456 N. Third St., 
San Jose, Cal.; grad. University of the Pa- 
cific, 1880; University of Michlgaji Law, 
1888; Judge Superior court, Santa Clara 
county, Cal. 

Hawkins, Charles Nicholas, Holllster, Cal.; 
grad. University of the Pacific, 1884, Ph.B.; 
now manager Grangers Union. 

Hawkins, Washington Irving, San Francisco, 
Cal.; manufacturer, 63 First St. 

Needham, James Carson, Modesto, Cal.; 
grad. University of the Pacific, 1886, A. B.; 
University of Michigan, 1889, LL. B.; mem- 
ber of Congress since March 4, 1899; mem- 
ber of ways and means committee; lawyer. 

Tompkins, Samuel George, San Jose, Cal.; 
laiwer 

Turner, Henry Garrison, 927 Twelfth St.. 
Modesto. Cal.; vice president the Grange 
Co. 

1884 

Ballard, J. Stow, 3303 Clay St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; physician. 
Branch, Andy M., San Francisco, Cal. 
Urmy, Ralph Bralnerd, Yisalia, Cal. 



1885 

Decker, Francis Drake, Santa Clara, Cal. 
Mering, Charles Sumner, Sacramento, Cal.; 

milling. 
Ross, Fred Cary, 642 N. First St., San Jose, 

Cal.; president Mt. Hamilton Stage Co. 
Shafer, William Robert, Long Beach, Cal. 
Stephens, A. H^ 324 Jayne St., Oakland, 

Cal.; supt. U. S. railway mail service, San 

Francisco, Cal. 



1883 

Clayton, Willis Sherman, San Jose, Cal.; real 
estate 

Dennett, Lewis Lincoln, 923 Twelfth St., 
Modesto, Cal.; grad. University of the Pa- 
cific, 1886. A. B.; University of Michigan. 
1888, LL. B.; admitted to bar, 1888; now 
lawyer, Modesto Bank Bldg. 



1886 

Ayer, Henry M., Paradise, Nev. 

Driver, Philip Sample, Sacramento, Cal.; 

lawyer. 
Elsey, George White, Seattle, Wash. 
Evans, Jr., Samuel Carey, Riverside, Cal.; 

can i ta list 
Mering, Edward Baker, Woodland. Cal. 



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210 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATKRXITY. 



Nelson, Harold Mcintosh, Colton. Cal. 

Richardson, Harry Carlton, Georgetown, Cal.; 
minister. 

Ross, John Walter, Modesto, Cal. 

Wilcox, Edwin Augustine, 80 N. Eleventh 
St., San Jose, Cal.; trans, to Cal. Beta; 
lawyer. 

Winning, Charles Edmund Burke, Grass Val- 
ley. Cal.; minister. 



Hazard, Frederick Augustus, Whittier, Cal.; 

orchardist. 
Kennedy, William Alexander, Gilroy, Cal. 
Macfarlane, Claude Thurmond, Sacramento, 

Cal. 
Richards, Virgil Chesiey, Broadway bet. First 

and Second, Chico, Cal.; University of the 

Pacific; Stanford I'nlverslty, 1892, A. B.; 

proprietor and editor ChIco Dally Record. 



1887 

Bronaugh, Jr., Earl Clapp, Portland. Ore. 

Canney. Frederick QHmore, 2456 Vallejo St., 
San Francisco. Cal.; physician. 

Hyde, William Fletcher, Stanford University, 
Cal. 

Mark, Cecil Wirt, 320 Frederick St., San 
Francisco. Cal.; grad. University of the 
Pacific. 1888; deputy supt. of schools. San 
Francisco. 1899-1900; president board of 
education. 1900-01; member of board of 
education. 1900-05; now principal Crocker 
grammar school. 

Pettit, Mark Lytton, Vlsalla. Cal.; physician. 

Rich, Ellsworth Lincoln, Oakland. Cal.; trans, 
to Cal. Beta; minister, Union Street Pres- 
byterian Church. 

Williams, Clarence Mark, Ceres, Cal.; farmer. 



1888 

Beasly, William Arthur, 148 S. Eleventh St., 
San Jose. Cal.; grad. Michigan Law, 1892; 
lawyer. 

Blake, Daniel Henry, Jr., Yokohama, Japan; 
manager American Trading Co. 

Briggs, 8. D., Arleta, Ore.; trans, to Cal. 
Beta; physician. 

Burrows, Fred Grant, Union Square Hotel, 
San Francisco, Cal.; physician. Union 
Square Bldg.; trans to Cal. Beta. 



1889 

Barnhlsel, Arthur Henry, 513 N. E St., Ta- 
coma. Wash.; trans, to Cal. Beta; New 
York Alpha; center rush, Stanford Uni- 
versity; center rush. Cornell University; 
winner debate Stanford vs. Bericeley; pas- 
tor. 1897-1907; now Investment business, A. 
H. Barnhlsel Co, 

Burweil, Leslie Moulthrop, 140 West St., 
Reno, Nev.; grad. Stanford University, 
1893, A. B.; Harvard. 1894, A. B.; student, 
l^nlversIty of Chicago; Garrett Biblical In- 
stitute; now pastor First M. E. Church. 

Castleman, Pember Stearns, 363 Brockton 
Ave.. Riverside, Cal.; University of the 
Pacific; Stanford University; Columbia 
College, New York City; now In real estate 
and Insurance business, 632 Seventh St.; 
trans, to Cal. Beta; N. Y. Gamma. 

von QIahn, Christopher Herrmann, 326 State 
St.. Hackensack, N, J.; clergyman. 

Newell, James Blair, 2629 Le Conte Ave.. 
Berkeley, Cal.; instructor, University of 
California; trans, to Cal. Beta. 

Ross, Judson Pardon, Montpelier, Cal.; 
farmer. 

TImm, Henry R., Dixon, Cal.; stock raiser; 
trans, to Cal. Beta. 

Tregloan, John Beecher, Amador, City, Cal; 
trans, to Cal. Beta. 

Whittier, Clarke Butler, 5601 Woodlawn Ave., 
Chicago. 111.; trans, to Cal. Beta; professor 
of law, I^nlversity of Chicago. 



CALIFORNIA BETA. 



LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY. 

PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA. 

FOUNDED DECKMBER IS, 1891, BY FRED G. BURROWS, S. D. 
BRIGGS, V. C. RICHARDS, O. W. MARSH, R. C. MORGAN, P. S. 
CASTLEMAN, C. B. WHITTIER, R. L. GRUWELL, L. M. BURWELL, 
R. T. BU(^HANAN, H. R. TIMM, A. H. BARNHISEL, J. B. NEWELL, 
W. F. BI^\KE, E. R. HILL, A. R. COLTON, H. T. TRUMBO AND 
JOHN M. LEWIS. 



1891 

Biake, William Ford, 240 Stockton St.. San 
Fninclsco, Cal.; physician and surgeon. 

Hazzard, William Clarence, Milwaukee Ath- 
letic Club, Milwaukee, Wis.; trans, to Wl3. 
Alpha; State manager for Silver Burdett 
& Co. 

Hill, Ernest Rice, Oxnard, Cal.; farmer. 

Kirkbrlde, William Harold, San Francisco, 
Cal.; division engineer, Southern Pacific 
Co.. Third and Townsend Sts. 

Lewis John Mellgren, San Mateo. Cal.; law- 
yer, 901 Kohl Bldg.. San Francisco. 

Trumbo, H. T.; address unknown. 

1892 

Quth, William Westley, San Jose, Cal.; pres- 
ident University of Pacific. 

Henderson, Charles Belknap, Elko. Nevada; 
served In Spanish-American war; district 
attorney Elks County, Neveda; member 
state legislature of Nevada; regent Uni- 
versity of Nevada; now lawyer. 

Walton, Harry Albert, Yuba City, Cal. 

1893 

Buttelman, Frederick William, 342 W. 149th 
St., New York City; secretary to general 
auditor, Wells, Fargo & Co., 51 Broadway. 

Ruddeii, Aimus G., 1909 N. New Jersey, In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; president Central Rubber 
& Supply Co., 229 S. Meridian St. 

Ruddeii, Frank Stallo, 1504 N. Pennsylvania 
St.. Indianapolis, Ind.; printing and en- 
graving, Scott, Miller Co. 

Tregea, William Leonard, 887 Fifty-sixth St., 
Oakland. Cal.; watchmaker, with Shreve & 
Co., San Francisco. 

1894 

Allen, Harris Campbell, 2813 Stewart St., 
Berkeley, Cal.; architect, Humboldt Bank 
Bldg., San Francisco. 

Ayer, Fred Morgan, Nome. Alaska; Supt. 
Wild Goose Mining & Trading Co. 



Gillette, Baniamin Taswell, 2516 Fillmore St., 
San Francisco. Cal.; with G. W. McNear, 
i'8o Battery St. 

Hofcr, Jr., Theodore Robert, 160 Henry St., 
Carson, Nevada; postmaster for nine years, 
still holding position. 

Kirk, Robert Clifford; address unknown. 

Longwell, Horace Craig, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Longweli, William David, Philadelphia. Pa. 

IVlaverIck, William Chilton, 119 Taylor, San 
Antonio, Tex.; correspondent for London 
"Mirror" in Boer war; agent for Prince of 
Montenegro, 1904-07; secret agent in Vi- 
enna, 1908; secret agent in Paris, 1909. 



1895 



Horace, Oakland, Cal.; 



Mayhew, William 
manufacturing. 

fSiills, Charles Edward, Athens, Pa. 

Roberts, Don Carlos, 29 F. St., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Storey, Thomas A., 611 W. 137th St., New 
York City; Leland Stanford Junior i:ni- 
versity, A. B. 1896, A. M. 1900, Ph.D. 1902; 
Harvard rnlverslty medical college, M. D. 
1906; associate professor and director of 
department of physical instruction, College 
of the City of New York. Learned scien- 
tist and author of high rank. 



1896 

Bauer, Hamilton A., 422 Montgomery St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Brown, Carl Grover, 449 Spruce St., San 
Francisco. Cal.; installed California Gam- 
ma chapter at Berkeley, 1899; now vice- 
president the Marshal A. Frank Co., gen- 
eral agents Pacific Coast Casualty Co., 422 
Montgomery St. 

Eckhardt, George Welty, 114 Grand Ave., 
Pacific Grove, Cal.; cashier Bank of Pacific 
Grove. 

Green, Charles Arthur, 2433 Aldrlch Ave. S., 
Minneapolis, Minn.; wholesale grocer, cor. 
Fifth Ave. N. and Third St. 



211 



212 



PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



u.int Aib«rt Perry. 2610 Chestnut St., Kan- 
"ISTJ'cUy! MO r Kansas City Wholesale Gro- 

aoMl«r^**Rollln Herbert, 3703 Travis St., 
^'SSust'on." T.».: preeldent and manager 

^SanTknX. Cii:! Supl Thomson Bridge 
Co., 103 Main St. 

1897 

Bri.-k«ll Howard, 2621 Pacific Ave., Ban 
° Francisco, clu Insurance business. Lick 

Le^nfrs. Charles H., San Francisco, Cal.; 

PoClll'^Burton Stanhope, 5201 Madl^nA^^^^^^ 

Chicago, UI.; president the Windermere 

R^^ts' Frank Taft. 607 Second Ave S^t 
lako City. Utah; trans, to N. Y. Aipna, 

Sr;SM"m!SnreWerSSi^-: 

^CC»r^neA!??^'i r^nW" tl^l 
UniveSSt?' Club Of Oakland. Cal.; electric 
ii)we?^pla^ and real estate broker. 

?51 MoStgomery St San Francl^o 
White, Emile, 1012 Fillmore St., San Fran 
Cisco, Cal. 

1898 

Carson. George Ryckman, 1767 Broadway^ 
8arFr?n?lsco. C^l.; physician, 808 Flood 

Fa^nlfiii, Edmund Truetdell. 2627 Ridge Road, 

Berkeley, Cal. 
HArrold. Roy Scott, San Jose. cai. 
R;do?ph, F?ank ^rwln. San Mateo. Cal.; 

actor. 

1899 

Carr, Jesse Doualas, Los Angeles, Cal.; with 

Carr Engineering Go. 
Crowell. Royal Franklin, Carson City, Nev. 
Dougherty, Lewia Atkinson, Pleasanton, Cal.; 

Fo?rest!'curtls Tuttle, LeGrand. Cal.; ranch- 

eiKfrtie Harrv Lvman, care Herbert's Bach- 
''tao?*Sottr?;>w2iriSd Ellis San Francisco 
Cal.; contractor, president and manager 
Northern Building Co., Inc.. 710-11 Hum- 

St^/rf L?Sr.^M^.!^fi5 Hancock St.. Portland. 
Ore.; trans, to N. Y. Alpha. 

Yerlngton, Henry Herbert. Palace Hotel. San 
FraScisco. Cal ; Leland Stanford Univere- 
Ity '04; College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
n: Y.. M. D.. '08; interne flrat medical divi- 
sion Belle vue Hospital, N. Y., 1909. 

1900 

Deal, William Griffith, 3300 Clay St., San 
Francisco, Cal.; delegate to G. A. C. at 
Pittsburg. 1902; admitted to bar. 1904; iaw- 

• yer, Mills Bldg. ^^ ^^ _ -cn^Kfv, at 

Kennedy, Karl Forsythe, 81 N. Eighth St., 
San Jose, Cal.; appointed police judge of 
San Jose, 1907; now lawyer. 82-83 Auzerais 

K^nyon, Charles Arthur, 1452 Sutter St., San 
Francisco. Cal.; dramatist. ^ 

OvilnS. nSgh Hiiddleston, 1706 Vallejo San 
Francisco: Cal.; sec'y and treas.. Great 
American Importing Tea Co.. Twentieth 
and York Sts. 



Sanborn, George' Francis, Fruit vale, Cal.; 

mining. 

Young, Waldemar, New York City; sporting 

and dramatic editor on several newspapers; 

now with Klaw & Erlanger theatrical eyn- 

dicate. 

1901 

Evans, Walter Hubert, 410% Wasco St., 
Portland, Ore. 

DInwoodey, Leroy Gore, 161 N. State St., 
Salt Lake City, Utah; vice-president amd 
treasurer H. Dinwoodey Furniture Co. 

Riter, Lynvllle Calder, 268 Second St.. Salt 
Lake City. Utah; mining, 608 Utah Sav- 
ings & Trust Co. ^ ^ ^ ,^ 

Snyder, Arthur Ernest, 687 Third Ave., Salt 
Lake City Utah. 

Taylor, Charles Wilder, 264 Hillsdale St.. 
Eureka, Cal.; real estate, 521 Second St. 

Wilkerson, Samuel RItler, Tacoma. Wash. 

1902 

Lucas, Lee Foreman, Fresno. Cal.; real es- 
tate, 1138 J St., Sacramento, Cal. 

Welgle, Keith Eilhue, Cleveland. Ohio; man- 
ufacturing; general manager the Britton 
T. & S. P. Day Co.. 2394 Canal Rd. 

Wilson, Doxey Robert, San Jose. Cal.; physi- 
cian and surgeon, Garden City Bank Bldg. 

Wood, John Graham, 1716 N. Penn St., In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; Trans, to Ind. Delta; grad- 
uate Purdue University, 1907; now designer. 
Empire Motor Car Co. 

1903 

Downing, Samuel Robert, 1000 Paru St., Ala- 
meda. Cal.; graduate Leland Stanford Uni- 
versity, '07; vice principal Halght school, 
Alameda, '07-'09; now principal In school 
department. 

Ferguson, Lewis Perry, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Fisher, Frank Alma, 1206 W. Second South, 
Salt Lake City, Utah; Archon V. district, 
1907-09; with A. Fisher Brewing Co. 

Henniach, Albert Gustave, 706 Laurel Ave.. 
San Mateo. Cal.; glass manufacturer, Illi- 
nois Pacific Glass Co., Fifteenth and Fol- 
som Sts., San Francisco. 

Kennedy, James Derwent, San Mateo. Cal.; 
with Coalings Oil Company, First National 
Bank Bldg.. San Francisco. 

Madden, Henry RSley, 7 N. Front, North 
Yfl-kima W^ash 

Mathewson, Arthur Adelbert, Coronado. Cal.; 
Stanford A. B. in mining. 1908; now retail 
grocer. 

Street, Horace Marvin, Sonora, Cal.; admit- 
ted to bar, 1907; lawyer, firm of Street & 
Street. 

1904 

Buckley, Richard Fitzgerald, F<alrmont Hotel, 
San Francisco, CaL ^ ^ 

Davis, Dwight Moody, 2128 Laurelshade Ave.. 
Seattle wash.; appointed Archon of the 
Fifth district in 1907; insurance. 

Forrest, Newell Stocker, LeGrand. Cal.; 

ranching. . ^. ,. « 

Gailois, John Eugene, University Club, San 
Francisco, Cal.; merchant. The White 
House. 

Hart, James Vivian, Sacramento. Cal.; dis- 
trict attorney. , ^ , 

Vail. Stanly Marshall, San Anselmo. Cal.; 
with Sanborn. Vail & Co.. 765 Mission St., 
San Francisco. 

Williams, Tenny D., Sun Jose. Cal. 



LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY. 



213 



1906 

Alexander, John Nelson, 28 Barnes St., 
Providence. R. I.; manufacturer of shoes; 
vice-president and secretary Glencaim Mfg. 
Co., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Bell, John Henry, 620 Gilman St., Palo Alto, 
Cal.; mlningr engineer. 

Buckley. Thomas M., Fairmont Hotel, San 
Francisco Cal 

Hyde-Smith, J. Bayard, 2601 Fillmore St., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Parton, Floyd A., 1642 Fell St.. San Fran- 
cisco. Cal.; Sanford University, '09; with 
Pacific States Telephone Co. 

Shoemaker, Harlan, 1618 Spruce St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa.; Stanford University, '99, A. 
B.; University of Pacific, '02, M. D.; phy- 
sician. 

Tyng, Francis Carrillo, 203 S. Fifth East, 
Salt Lake City. Utah; mining; president 
Texan Mining Co. 

Woodbury, James Sheldon, 412 Curry, Car- 
son, Nev.; mining foreman. 

1906 

Brooks, Robert Dunbar, Spokane, Wash. 

Losse, Etheridge Mills, 60 Stockton Ave., San 
Jose, Cal.; fruit packing. 

MacDonald, Aupustus, 24 San Augustin, 
Guanajuato, Mexico; mining chemist, 
Apartado 33, Guanajuato. 

Phlnney, Arthur A., Seattle Wash.; real es- 
tate. L€ar\- Bldg. 

Phlnney, Will C, Seattle, Wash.; vice-presi- 
dent Phinney Realty & Inv. Co., 117 Cherry 
St. 

Rofoblns, Charles H., North Taklma, Wash. 

Stanton, Frederick Leroy, 901 E. Mission 
Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

Unander, Siegfried Marmaduke, 786 Gllsan 
St., Portland, Ore.; trans, to Cal. Gamma; 
secretary and junior member of Moore & 
Co.. Inc., 140 Fifth St. 

1907 

Evans, Kenneth Logan, Watska, 111. 
Hendry, Qeorge Whiting, 522 Second St., De- 
troit, Mich.; forester. Elast Lansing, Mich. 
Lane, Charles A., Chula Vista, Cal. 
Little, John Elwin, Whittler, Cal.; engineer. 
Malioy, Joseph D., San Jose, Cal. 



Matthias, Edwin Clark, 214 Sixteenth Ave., 

Spokane. Wash. 
Nash, Qeorge Leslie, Cafe George, Wauke- 

gan. 111. 
White, John Blackwood, Spokane, Wash.; 

lawyer, Paulsen Block. 
Whittemore, J. R., Loe Angeles, Cal. 
Wingate, Oliver Eugene, North Yakima, 

Wash. 
Wright, Lester Augustus, 3370 B St., ban 

Diego, Cal. 

1908 

Brazen, James Coieman, Belmont, Cal.; 

trans, to Wis. Alpha. 
Churchill, Hugh Remington, 2404 Pacific 

Ave., Spokane. Wash.; safes, 807 First Ave. 
Donovan, Laurence Perry, Vlsalia, Cal.; au- 
tomobiles. 
Jones, Louis Holilster, 656 N. Raymond Ave., 

Pasadena, Cal. 
Kelly, Laurence Corbett, cor. Carlton and 

Aseiniboine Sts., Winnipeg. Manitoba, Can. 
Kelly, Thomas Henry, 17 Carlton St., Win- 

nepeg. Manitoba, Can. 
Kennedy, Stanley Carmichael, 1432 Victoria 

St., Honolulu. Hawaiian Ter. 
Smith, William Taylor, 2508 First St.. San 

Diego. Cal. 
Soper, Ralph Hamilton, Palo Alto, Cal. 
Tiedemann, Tudor Herman Alexander, 1441 

Benton St., Alameda, Cal. 
Weigle, Victor Ashman, Mountain View, Cal. 

1909 

Barnhart, Frank Dyckman Cobb, Morgan 

Hill, Cal. 
Boh land, Frank Osborn, Upland, Cal. 
Gatewood, William Emerson, L.ouisiana, Mo. 
Ingram, Karl Culton, Gilroy, Cal. 
Longevllle, Joseph Charles, Whittler, Cal. 
Rooks, Ben A., Los Angeles, Cal. 
St. Goar, Charles Edward, San Ftanciaco, 

Cal. 
St. Johns, William Ivan, Whittler, Cal. 
Sanford» Burnett, Palo Alto, Cal. 

1910 

Bellas, Silvlus Frederick, Stanford Univers- 
ity, Cal. 



CALIFORNIA GAMMA. 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 
BERKELEY. CAL. 

FOU.NDKD APRIL 15. 1S99, BY C. SCHILLIXG, J. V. DE LAVEAGA, 
J. J. KLINK. H. M. LEETK, E. A. STONE, K. L. LOGAN, L. N. 
SCOTT, W. B. SCOTT, G. H. MASTEES, F. WHITE, T. H. EMER- 
SON, E. T. FORD, H. T. MOORE, H. McC. LOVE AND G. C. NOBLE. 



1899 



Davidson, Charles Sprecher, 2611 Virginia 
St., Berkeley. Cal.; consulting engineer, 
^15 Crocker BIdg., San Francisco. 

DeLaveaga, Joseph Vincent, El Sueno, Melno 
Park, Cal.; lawyer, rooms 534-537 Mills 
BIdg. 

Emerson, Thomas Henry, Areata, Cal.; 
Lieut. U. S. army engineering corp. 

Ford, Edward Thomas, Seattle, Wash.; 
clerk, care W. R. Grace & Co. 

Gowing, Frederick Augustus, 534 Chetwood 
St., Oakland, Cal.; mining engineer, 805 
Alaska-Commercial BIdg.. San Francisco. 

Hendricks, Howard Edmonde, SusanviUe, 
Cal.; science teacher, Las.sen county high 
school. 

Howell, Albert John, 2934 Jack.<9on St., San 
Francisco, Cal.; salesman, with Osgood & 
Howell, Wells Fargo BIdg. 

Kline, James Joseph, 920 Webster St., Fort 
Wayne. Ind.; mgr. lighting department, 
Fort Wayne Electric Works. 

Leete, Harley Marlon, 1429 LeRoy Ave., 
I^erkeley, Cal.; commercial editor. San 
Francisco K^ ening Poat, 324 Bush St. 

Logan, Roscoe Lee, 2006 Hyde St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; physician, 1300 Golden Gate 
Ave. 

Love, Hugh McCaskey, Union Square Hotel, 
San Francisco, Cal.; real estate. 

Masters, George Herbert, 1347 Spring St., 
Berkeley, Cal.; electrical engineer, Cali- 
fornia Power Works, Pinole, Cal. 

Moore, Herbert Turbitt, 2640 Green St, San 
Francisco, Cal.; grad. University of Cali- 
fornia. 1901; grad. Dental College, 1904; 
dentist, 391 Sutter St. 

Noble, Grover Chester, Berkeley, Cal.; asst. 
professor electrical engineering, Univers- 
ity of California. 

Schliling, Carl, 690 Walsworth 
land, Cal.; member firm of A. 
Co. 

Scott, Lloyd Nudd, New York 
College Mines. University of 
1899; now lawyer, 63 Wall St. 



Ave., Oak- 
Schllllng & 

City; grad. 
California, 



Spencer, Edward Alanson, 131 College Ave., 
St. Paul. Minn. 

Stone, Earle Almeron, Redlands, Cal.; phy- 
sician. 

White, Fillmore, Fairmount Hotel, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; dentist. 

Wood, Clifford Harvey, Vallejo, Cal.; phy- 
sician. 



1900 

Adams, David Quincy, Esparto, Cal.; agri- 
culture. 

Adams, William Woods, Esparto, Cal.; horti- 
culture. 

Beard, • George Foster, 1820 H St., Sacra- 
mento, Cal.; optician, 623 K St. 

Howell, Edgar Henry, 2934 Jackson St.. San 
Francisco, Cal. ; asst. surgeon, S. F. Emerg- 
ency Service; physician and surgeon, Galen 
BIdg. 

Masters, Stuart Gaibraith, 2224 Dana St., 
Berkeley, Cal.; reporter. Chronicle, Berke- 
ley, Oakland, San Francisco, 1902-06; edi- 
torial staff Oakland Herald, 1906-07; San 
FYancisco Chronicle, 1907-08; now staff 
correspondent. United Press, 340 Ninth St... 
San Francisco. 

Pickett, J. Cameron, 835 Scott St., San Fran- 
cisco. Cal.; University of California, 1904, 
B. S.; Cooper Medical College, '07, M. D.; 
resident doctor of Trinity Hospital, '07-08; 
pliysician, 1380 Sutter St. 

Smith, Stanley James, Oakland, CaL; law- 
yer. 1218 Broadway. 

Starr, Claude Dudley, 494 E. Twentieth St., 
N., Portland, Ore.; real estate and insur- 
ance broker. 



1901 

Campbell, Duncan Hugh, P. O. Box 67, ButtQ, 
Mont.; civil engineer, division engineer, C., 
M. & St. P. Ry. 

DIckerman, Nelson, Hammonton, Cal.; min- 
ing engineer, Yuba Consolidated Gold 
Fields. 



214 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOKMA. 



215 



Jones, Phillip, 723 W. Third St.. Lod Angeles, 
Cal.; electrical engineer, Young Construc- 
tion Co. 

Kline, George Russell, 2809 Claremont Blvd., 
Berkeley, Cal.; municipal engineering, 
draftsman. 

Rust, Edwin Stiltz, Hammonton, Cal.; min- 
ing engineer, Marysville, Cal. 



1902 

Austin, Bert C, San Francisco, Cal.; min- 
ing, 1023 Crocker Bldg. 

Bagg, John Sherman, Mill Valley, Cal.; manu- 
facturer's agent, 799 Monadnock Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

Burney, James Pascal, Harrison viUe, Mo. 

Kenyon, Albert Gllman, 129 W. Forty-seventh 
St., New York City. 

Marshall, John Albert, 2519^ Durant Ave., 
Berkeley. Cal.; grad. University of Cali- 
fornia. 1907: asst. in organic chemistry 
laboratory. University of California; asst. 
in music under Dr. J. Fred Walle, Uni- 
versity of California; now chemist, with 
B. I. DuPont de Neurows Powder Co., Her- 
cules. Cal. 

McFarland, Raymond Dudley, Folsom, Cal.; 
editor and manager the Folsom Telegraph. 

NIcholts, Sydney Walton, Dutch Flat, C&l.; 
asst. manager Dutch Flat Bank. 



1903 

Boothe, Earle Youmans, 714 W. Twenty- 
seventh St.. Los Angeles, Cal.; buyer, 
Western Wholesale Drug Co. 

Burney, William Travis, Kansas City. Mo. 

Camlnetti, Farley Drew, Jackson, Cal.; cat- 
tleman. 

Eggers, Jr., John H., 2036 San Jose Ave., 
Alameda, Cal.; mining. 

Morton, Reuben Garratt, Steiner and Broad- 
way. San Francisco, Cal.; vice president 
W. T. Garratt & Co. 

Morton, William Reuben, 600 Thirty-seventh 
St.. Oakland, Cal.; with Morton Special 
Delivery, 53 Sacramento St., San Francisco. 

Mulliken, Earie, Wheaton, 111.; 149 Plymouth 
PL. Chicago. 

Peters, Albert Ayer, 346 Kinglsey Drive, Los 
Angeles, Cal.; manufacturer's agent, I. W. 
Hellman Bldg. 



1904 

Brown, Eugene McCabe, McKittrick, Cal.; 

merchant and oil operator; manager E. 

L. Br»wn & Son. 
Cameron, R. Clyde, Goldfleld, Nev.; mining 

and metallurgy. 
de Laveaga, Edward Ignatius, 1228 Geary St., 

San Francisco, Cal.; lawyer. 
Everts, Edward Aloyslus, 1514 Broadway, 

Oakland, Cal. 
Hawkins, Bellwood Chase, Modesto, Cal.; 

abstracter. 
Umphred, Edwin Franklin, 252 Lee St., Oak- 
land, Cal.; wholesale furniture. 
West, Gifford Bethell, 2428 Bancroft Way, 

Berkeley, Cal.; engineering. 



1906 

Armstrong, Harold Gardner, Woodland, Cal. 
rancher and stock raiser. 



Bell, George Lewis, 1546 Euclid Ave.. Berke- 
ley, Cal.; lawyer. 

Coghlan, Rapier Redmond. Roosevelt, Ariz.; 
manufacturing cement chemist, U. S. Rec- 
lamation Service. 

Cole, Arthur, 1250 O'Farrell St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; assayer. 

Cunha, Clarence Charles, Oakland, Cal. 

Ersklne, Herbert Wilson, 1920 Scott St., San 
Francisco; lawyer. 

Harvey, Chester Hamilton, Spokane. Wash.; 
insurance and real estate, 306 Hyde Block. 

Johnson, Hamilton; address unknown. 



1906 

Benton, Charles Herbert, San Diego, Cal.; 
grad. California School of Mechanical Arts, 
1904; land agent. Great Western Power Co., 
602 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco. 

Calkins, Frederic Simpson, Hotel Lanker- 
shlm, Los Angeles, Cal.; asst. mgr. Mer- 
chants Ice & Cold Storage Co. 

Carr, Chauncey Theodore, 2935 Hlllegas St., 
Berkeley, Cal.; electrical engineer. 

Clark, Reed Morrison, Stockton, Cal.; actor. 

Carneii, Mead, 1329 Juniper St., San Diego, 
Cal.; concrete; sales manager, P. O. Box 
1491. San Diego. 

Goodwin, Guy Leonard, Santa Maria, Cal. 

Gould, Robert Beam, 619 Thirty-second Ave., 
Seattle, Wash.; civil engineer, 637 Burke 
Bldg. 

Hazard. Earle Lucas, 4201 Flower St., Los 

Priestly, William, LodI, Cal.; horticulture. 



1907 

Calder, Geo.rge James, 1679 Waverly, Oak- 
land, Cal.; engineer. 

Cavnah, Howard Edward, 829 Fell St., San 
Francisco, Cal.; secretary Yellow Butte 
Copper Co. 

Cropper, Francis Malcolm, 2627 Ridge Road, 
Berkelev Cal 

Ersklne, IVl'civllle William, 1920 Scott St., San 
Francisco, Cal.; rancher. 

Everts, William Shipp, 1514 Broadway, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Fredericks, Harry Lawrence, Madison, Cal. 

High, Ralph Brooks, 300 Van Buren Ave., 
Oakland. Cal. 

Jackson, Henry Eugene, 2246 College Ave., 
Berkelev Cal 

Little, Waiter Colton, 1676 Webster St., Oak- 
land, Cal. 

McCarthy, Kellogg Barrows, Roosevelt, 
Ariz.; cement manufacturer. 

Somers, Howard, 989 Haight St., San Fran- 
cisco. Cal.; physician. 

Stout, Verne Ancll, 1430 Oxford St., Berke- 
ley. Cal.; mining. 

Vanatta, Jean Kuhn, 547 K. Platte Ave., 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 



1908 

Graves, Thomas Ashley, Main St., James- 
town, Cal.; mining. 

Hansen, George DInsmore, Alton, Cal. 

Kennedy, Thomas William, Esparto, Cal. 

McGregor, Campbell, 2567 Green St., San 
Francisco. Cal.; with Union Iron Works. 

Meserve, Shirley Edwin, 1333 Westlake Ave., 
Los Angeles. Cal. 

Warmlngton, William Clarence, 2428 Ban- 
croft Way, Berkeley, Cal. 



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1909 

Bacon, Francis Romayne, 2626 Regent St., 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Bagby, William Landon, Santa Maria, Cal. 

Boothe, Isaac Jay, 1615 Qarfleld Ave., South 
Pasadena Cal 

Little, Arthur Elwood, 1676 Webster St., 
Oakland, CaL 

Manuel, Robert Allen, 2627 Ridge Road, Berk- 
eley. Cal. 

Melcer, Alfred, MontviUe, Conn.; manufac- 
turer. 



Mills, Lloyd Alex., 1222 Westlake Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Moraghan, Eugene Washington, 8001 Jackson 
St., San PYancisco, Cal. 

Parker, John Joseph, 705 S. Court St, Vis- 
alia, Cal. 

Radir, Paul Leinlnger, 335 W. Twenty-seventh 
St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Turner, Arlo Verner, 927 Twelfth St., Mo- 
desto, Cal. 

Welch, Euaene Roy, 263 S. Eighth St., San 
Jose, Cal. 

Warmlngton, William, Berkeley, Cal. 



GEOGRAPHICAL LIST. 



ATiAKAMA 



BIRMINGHAM 

Clarkson, Edgar LaRoche. — S. C. Alpha. 
Cocke, Charles Hartwell, 1914 13th Ave. So.— 

Va. Alpha. Phyalcian. 
Denson, William C— Tenn. Beta. 
DImmlck. Frederick David, 2816 Mountain 

Ave.— Ohio Alpha. President Dimmick 

Pipe Co. 
Johnston, Ewart, 1721 12th Ave. South.— Va. 

Alpha. Student. 
McNeal Alfred Francis, 1331 14th Ave. South. 

— Ohio Gamma; N. Y. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Peters, Jr., Richard, South Highlands, care 

Birmingham Coal & Iron Co.— Pa. Kappa. 

foil business 
Phillips, Walter Chew, 2213 14th Ave. South. 

— Miss. Alpha. Manufacturer and Jobber. 
Sutherland, William Chester, 220 Sarah Ave. 

—Wis. Alpha. Coal, Iron and railroad busi- 
ness. 
Thompson, Winston W., 1812 So. 10th Ave.— 

Va Beta. 
Torrance, Gaston, 1626 11th Ave. South.— 

Va. Alpha. Surgeon. 
Wright, W. F.— S. C. Alpha. 

BLOCTON 
Cross, William Cyprian.— Va. Bpsilon. 

CENTERVILLE 
Cooper, J. D. — Pa. Gamma. 

COURTLAND 
Gilchrist. Jr., Malcolm Joseph.— Tenn. Gamma. 

ELKMONT 
Legg, Isham Vaughan. — Tenn. Delta. 

ESCATAWPA 

Garretson, John Everitt. — Pa. Alpha. 
Garretson, John Edward. — Pa. Alpha. Manu- 
facturer. 

EUFAULA 

Browder, Hartwell H. T.— Tenn. Beta. 
Brown, Eugene Lewis. — S. C. Alpha 

FLORENCE 

Frierson, Samuel W.— Va. Beta. Lawyer. 

Morgan. James William, 221 Seminary St.— 
Va. Alpha. Retired cotton planter and edi- 
tor. 

O'Neal, Edward Asbury.- Va. Beta. Planter. 



GADSDEN 
Schuler, Everet J. — Mich. Alpha. 

HUNTaVILLE 

Shelby, David Davie. — Tenn. Beta. U. S. Cir- 
cuit Judge. 

Stevens, Jr., James Richardson. — ^Va. Alpha. 
Banker. 

MACON 

Johnstone, W. D. — Miss. Beta. 

MARION 

Cureton, Marquis Lafayette. — ^Va. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Lockett, Powhatan. — Va. Alpha. Lawyer and 

Judge. 

MIDWAY 
Penett, James Williamson. — Tenn. Beta. 

MOBILE 

Gage, Wm. A. — ^Va. Alpha. Merchant. 
Jacobs, Charles Sumner. — Pa. Zeta. Adver- 
tising. 

MONTGOMERY. 

Baker, James Norment. — Va. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 
Warden, James W. — Pa. Delta. 

OZARK 

Garner, William Sutton.— Tenn. Delta. Stu- 
dent 

RUSSELL COUNTY 

Tarver, A. S. — S. C. Alpha. 

RUSSELLVILLE 
Wilson, James F. — ^Miss. Alpha. Merchant. 

SCOTIA 
Charles, William Taylor.— S. C. Alpha. 

SELMA. 
Code, William A.— Tenn. Beta. 

TAl-LADEGA 

Henderson, Samuel Howard. — Tenn. Delta. 
Student. 

Lester, Fred Volney. — N. Y. Epsilon. Teach- 
ing. 

TUSCUMBIA 

Johnson, C. B. — Va. Beta. 
Johnson, John William. — Va. Beta. 



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ARIZONA 

BiSBEE 

Clifford, Robert Houghton. — O. Epsllon. Mas- 
ter mechanic. 

Hazzard, Lynne Franklin, Box 1183.— N. Y. 
Gamma. Student. 

CALUMET. 
Johnston, Marshall. — Kan. Alpha. 

CHAPARAL 

Jones, William Henry FIsk.— Pa. Alpha. Gold 
mining. 

DOUGLAS 

Wright, Frederick Thompson. — Mich. Alpha. 
Physician. 

FLAGSTAFF 
Woolfolk, Charles T. — Miss. Alpha. Lawyer. 

LIVINGSTONE 
Bennett, Clayton. — Pa. Gamma. 

PHOENIX 

Duniop, Samuel Draper, 627 N. 1st St. — 111. 
Delta. Sheep rancher. 

Edgecomb, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Montezu- 
ma PI. — Mass. Alpha. 

McNeff, William Wilson, 373 N. 1st Ave.— Ind. 
Alpha. In.surance. 

PRESCOTT 

Criley, John M.— Ohio Beta. 
Fisher, John Joseph, 121 Mt. Vernon. — Wis. 
Alpha. Mining and mining engineering. 

ROOSEVELT 

Coghlan, Rapier Redmond. — Cal. Gamma. 

Mjinufacturing cement chemist. 
McCarthy, Kellogg Barrows.— Cal. Gamma. 

Manufacturing cement. 

TOMBSTONE 
Swayzee, James Watson. — Ind. Reta. Miner. 

TUCSON 

Clingan, Donald Harvey, 100 E. Pennington. — 

Ohio Alpha. Advertising. 
Hoover, C. D. — Pa. Epsllon. 
MacDougal, Daniel Trembly. — Ind. Alpha. 

Botanist. 
Wilson, Thomas Frew. — Pa. Alpha. 



FORT SMITH 
Campbell, R. W. — Ohio Delta. Lumber. 

HARDY 
Doss, Azarlah Loraine. — Ind. Alpha. 

HELENA 

Hornor, Edward Claffin.— Va. Alpha. Lawyer, 

banker. 
Porter, Edward H. — Va. Gamma. 

HOPE 

Lowny, Albert Gallatin, 500 Main St.— Tenn. 
Beta. Lawyer, insurance. 

HOT SPRINGS 

Holland, Thomas Estill.— Mo. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

Mount, Fred.— Pa. Gamma. 

NEWPORT 
Stuckey, M. Mart. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 

LITTLE ROCK 

Carroll, Gray.— Va. Alpha; Va. Epsllon. Law- 
yer. 

Collins, Charles Standish. — Tenn. Beta. 

McCann, Wiiiam Ross. — Va. Beta. 

Smith, William Wright.— S. C. Alpha. 

Thornburgh, George, Mtisonic Temple, — Tenn. 
Beta. Editor. 

Tipton, Henry Clay. — Tenn. Alpha. 

PINE BLUFF 

Wllkins, Jr., VIrglnius Davis, 319 W. Fourth 
St. Va. Alpha. Merchant. 

ROGERS 

Applegate, J. Edgar. — Ind. Gamnla. Agricul- 
ture. 

SHAVER 

Patterson, James John. — Pa. Alpha. Farmer 
and merchant. 

SUMMERViLLE 
Wilfong, A. C. — Va. Gamma. 

TILLAR 
Farley, John Boyce. — Tenn. Alpha. 

WITTSBURG 
Standtey, Henry Lce.-Miss. Alpha. 



ARKANSAS 

BENTONVIiLE 
Peel, Frank West. — Va. Alpha. Bookkeeper. 

CLARENDON 
Manning, MiddletOn Jesse. — Miss. Alpha. 

COLT 

Lake, Augustus Washington.— Miss. Alpha. 
Merchant. 

EUREKA SPRINGS 

Duncan, William Mark.— Pa. Epsilon. Bank- 
er and broker. 



CALIFORNIA 

ACAMPO 
Triggs, W. R. -la. Gamma. 

ALAMEDO 

Horner, Edgell, 1013 Grand St.— Pa. Iota; 

Mich. Alnha; Cal. Beta. Teaching. 
Downing. Samuel Robert, 1000 Paru St. 

Cal. Beta. Medical inspector schools. 
Eggers. Jr., John H., 2036 San Jose Ave. — Cal. 

Gamm.'i. Student. 
Soule, J. F., 1801 Central Ave.— la. Alpha. 
TIedemann, Tudor Herman Alexander, 1441 

Benton St. — Cal. Beta. Sludent. 



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219 



ALTADENA 
Foster, Chester Cecil. — Ind. Beta. Broker. 

ALTON 

Hanson, George DInsmore. — Cal. Gamma. 
Student. 

AMADOR CITY 
Tregloan, John Beecher. — Cal. Alpha. 

ARC AT A 

Emerson, Thomas Henry. — Cal. Gamma. Lt. 
17. S. army engineering corps. 

AUBURN 

Wilson, Frederick Fountain. — Pa. Kappa. 
Fruit rancher. 

AZUSA 

Anderson, Julius Hickok, 501 N. Pasadena 
Ave. — Ind. Gamma. Banker. 

BAKERSFIELD 

Allen, WInfield Scott. — Kan. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Brittain, James Selweyn, — Pa. Alpha. Farm- 
ing. 

Macmurdo, Wirt Robinson. — Va. Epsilon. 
Civil engineer. 

Mahon, Jack Howell, 1829 17th St. — Tenn. 
Delta. Student. 

BEAUMONT 
Porter, Sumner Frank. — Minn. Beta. 

BELMONT 
Brazell, James Coleman. — Cal. Beta. Student. 

BERKELEY 

Allen, Harris Campbell, 2813 Stewart St.— 

Cal. Beta. Architect. 
Bacon, Francis Romayne, 2525 Regent St. — 

Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Bell, George L., 1546 Euclid Ave. — Cal. Gam- 
ma. Lawyer. 
Bell, Golden Woolfolk, 1546 Euclid Ave.— Wis. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 
Carr, Chauncey Theodore, 2935 Hillegas. Cal. 

Gamma. Electrical engineer. 
Cropper, Francis Malcolm, 2627 Ridge Road. 

— Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Davidson, Charles Sprecher, 2611 Virginia St. 

Cal. Gamma. Consulting engineer. 
Davidson, Frank Pierce. — Ohio Beta. 
Douglas, William Wallace, 2419 Channing 

Way. — Kan. Alpha. Banking. 
Farnum, Edmund Truesdeli, 2627 Ridge Rd. 

— Cal. Beta. 
Hall, Frederic Francis, 25 Hillside Ct.— N. Y. 

Alpha. Consulting engineer. 
Jackson, Henry Eugene, 2246 College Ave. — 

Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Kline, George Russell, 2809 Claremont Blvd. — 

Cal. Gamma. Draughtsman. 
Leete, Harley Marlon, 1429 LeRoy Ave. — Cal. 

Gamma. Newspaper. 
Manuel, Robert Allen, 2627 Ridge Road. — Cal. 

Gamma. Student. 
Marshall, John Albert, 2519 1^ Durant Ave. — 

Cal. Gamma. Chemist. 
Masters, George Herbert, 1347 Spring Ct. — 

Cal. Gamma. Electrical engineer. 
Masters, Stuart Gaibralth, 2224 Dana St. — 

Cal. Gamma. Staff correspondent. 
^cCreary, Edward Davis, 2441 Russell St. — 

Cal. Beta. Minister. 
Morrow, James Walter, 2032 Dwlghtway. — 

Neb. Aloha. Investor. 
Newell, James Blair, 2629 LeConte Ave. — Cal. 
Alpha. Instructor. 



Noble, Grover Chester. — Cal. Gamma. In- 
structor. 
O'Brien, George William, Oxford St.— N. Y. 

Delta. Railway postal clerk. 
Stout, Verne Artcll, 1430 Oxford St.— Cal. 

Gamma. Mining. 
Warmlngton, William Clarence, 2428 Bancroft 

Way. — Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Weeks, George Rufus, 3040 Fulton St. — N. Y. 

Alpha. Boots and shoes. 
West, GIfford Bethell, 2428 Bancroft Way.— 

Cal. Gamma. Engineer. 
Weston, Benjamin F., 2749 Dwlghtway. — 111. 

Alpha. Capitalist. 

CERES ' 

HIatt, Amos. — la. Alpha. 
Martin, John Jeffrey. — Cal. Alpha. Minister. 
Williams, Clarence Mark. — Cal. Alpha. Farm- 
er. 

CHiCO 

Richards, Virgil Chesley, Broadway, bet. 1st 
and 2nd. — Cal. Alpha. Newspaper editor. 

CHULA VISTA. 
Lane, Charles A. — Cal. Beta. Traveler. 

CLAREMONT 
Stanton, William Layton.— Pa. Zeta. Teacher. 

COALINGA 

Jayne, Harry Pierce. — Ohio Beta. Account- 
ant. 

COLTON 

Nelson, Harold Mcintosh. — Cal. Alpha. 

CORONADO 

Mathewson, Arthur Adelbert. — Cal. Beta. 
Grocer. 

DIXON 

TImm, Henry R. — Cal. Alpha. Stock raiser. 

DUTCH FLAT 

NIcholls, Sydney Walton. — Cal. Gamma. Bank- 
ing. 

EDEN VALE 

Lyon, William Penn. — Wis. Alpha. Publish- 
ing. 

ELMHURST 

Fritz, Thaddeus S. — Kan. Alpha. Lecturer 
and teacher. 

ESPARTO 

Adams, David Quincy. — Cal. Gamma. Agri- 
culture. 

Adams, William Woods. — Cal. Gamma. Hor- 
ticulture. 

Kennedy, Thomas William. — Cal. Gamma. 
Student. 

EUREKA 

Taylor, Charles Wilder, 264 Hillsdale St. — Cal. 
Beta. Real estate. 

FILLMORE 

Wilson, Samuel Geddes. — Pa, Theta. Physi- 
cian. 

FOLSOM 

McFarland, Raymond Dudley. — Cal. Gamma. 
Editor. 

FORT ROSECRANS 

Huntington, Philip Weatherly. — D. C. Alpha. 



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FRESNO 

Estill, John L.— Va. Beta. 

Harris, Morris Bedford, 743 Mlldreda Ave. — 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Lucas, Lee F. — Cal. Beta. Real estate. 

FRESNO CITY 

Sample, Jones Harvey. — ^Miss. Alpha. Farm- 
er and miner. 

FRUITVALE 

Sanborn, George Francis. — Cal. Beta. Min- 
ing. 

GEORGETOWN. 

Richardson, Harry Carlton. — Cal. Alpha. 
Minister. 

GILROY 

Ingram, Karl Culton< — Cal. Beta. Student. 
Kennedy, William Alexander. — Cal. Alpha. 

GRASS VALLEY. 

Winning, Charles Edmund Burke. — Cal. Al- 
pha. Minister. 

HAMMONTON 

DIckerman, Nelson. — Cal. Gamma. Mining: 

engineer. 
Rust, Edwin Stiltz. — Cal. Gamma. Mining 

engineer. 

HOLLISTER. 

Hawkins, Charles Nicholas. — Cal. Alpha. 

Merchant. 
McFariand, W. H. — Ohio Gamma. Minister. 

JACKSON 

Bole, Robert C. — Pa. Beta. Lawyer. 
Camlnetti, Farley Drew. — Cal. Gamma. Cat- 
tleman. 

JAMESTOWN 

Graves, Thomas Ashley, Main St. — Cal. Gam- 
ma. Mining. 

LE GRAND 

Forrest, Curtis Tuttie. — Cal. Beta. Ranching. 
Forrest, Newell Stocker. — Cal. Beta. Ranch- 
ing. 

LODI 

Grant, Weldon Pollock, 105 Oak St.— Pa. 
Beta. Minister. 

Priestly, William. — Cal. Gamma. Horticul- 
ture. 

LONG BEACH 

Shafer, William Robert.— -Cal. Alpha. 

LOS ANGELES 

Adkinson, Alvah Wilson, 2116 West 20th.— 

Ind. Alpha. Minister. 
Barclay, Henry Augustus, 2977 Roxbury St. — 

Pa. Beta. Lawyer. 
Bennett, Clarence Heckman. — ^Wis. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Bennett, Grant Robinson. — ^Wis. Alpha. Law- 
yer, 
Boothe, Earie Youmans, 714 W. 27th St. — 

Cal. Gamma. Buyer, drugs. 
Bovard, George Flniey, 801 W. 84th St— Ind. 

Alpha. President Univensity of Southern 

California. 
Brahm, Edward W., 791 E. 38th St.— Ind. 

Beta. 
Bresee, Ernest Hubbard. — la. Delta. 
Calkins, Frederic Simpson, Hotel Lankershim. 

Cal. Gamma. Ice and cold storage. 
Carpenter, Alvin Bacon, 606 Union Trust Bldg. 

— Wis. Gamma. Mining expert. 



Carr, Jesse Douglas. — Cal. Beta. Engineer- 
ing. 
Cattern, Frank Addison, 238 W. 1st St. — Pa. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
Cromer, George Frederick. — la. Delta. 
Currer, William John. — Mich. Alpha. Mgr. 

chocolate factory. 
Elliott, Lloyd Leroy, Burlington Apartments. 

— la. Alpha. Banker. 
Ernest, Richard Hermann, 323 E. 35th St. — 

N. Y. Gamma. Mining. 
Evans, George Woodbury. — Minn. Beta. 
Ferguson, L. P. — Cal. Beta. 
Qarceion, Albert Bertram. — 111. Beta. Law- 
yer. 
Gardiner, William Paul. — Ohio Beta. 
Hanna, Fred L. — Ohio Gamma. Business. 
Harris, Jay Butler, 1201 W. 7th St— Mich. 

Alpha. Consulting engineer. 
Hayes, James Sylvester. — la. Gamma. 
Hazard, Earie Lucas, 4204 Flower St. — Cal. 

Gamma. Clerk. 
Hopkins, Howard Corwin, 2337 Fargo St — 

Pa. Beta. Civil engineer. 
Jones, Philip, 723 W. 3d St. — Cat. Gamma. 

Electrical engineering. 
Kennedy, Maxwell Earl, 668 S. Bonnie Brae 

St. — ^Pa. Beta. Banking, bookkeeper. 
Marling, Russei Houston. — Va. Delta. 
McClung, Samuel Hudson, 6138 Pasadena Ave. 

— m. Gamma. Real estate. 
McCord, Benjamin Freeland. — ^Ind. Beta. 
McKlniey, James Wilfred, 608 W. Adams St 

— Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Meserve, Shirley Edwin, 1333 Westlake Ave. 

— Cal. Gamma, Student. 
Mills, George Edward. — Pa. Zeta. Lawyer. 
Mills, Lloyd Alex, 1222 Westlake Ave. — Cal. 

Gamma. Student. 
Monnette, Orra Eugene, 911 Western Ave. — 

Ohio Alpha. Lawyer. 
Newell, Henry Augustus. — Pa. Delta. 
Newell, James M., 446 E. Adams. — Pa. Alpha. 

Minister. 
Nowiand, Ralph C, 1103 Union Trust Bldg. — 

Mich. Alpha. 
Norcross, Hiram Fleming, 200 S. Spring St. — 

111. Gamma. General agent Coronado Beach 

Company. 
Peters, Albert Ayer, 346 Kingsley Drive. — 

Cal. Gamma. Manufacturer's agent 
Pitner, John Lloyd, 4171 Woodlawn Ave. — 

Ind. Beta. Minister. 
Radir, Paul Leininger, 335 West 27th St. — 

Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Russell, Earl Wliiard. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Salisbury, Charles S., — N. Y. Beta. Banking. 
Saisbury, Arthur Goodrich, 1069 W. 37th St 

— N. Y. Beta. Banker. 
Smith, C. L. — N. Y. Gamma. 
Smith, Hugh Embury. — la. Delta. 
Taylor, Charles Henry. — Minn. Alpha. 
Ward, William Dennis. — Ind. Gamma. In- 
structor. 
Weaver, Herbert Joseph, 1241 W. 9th St— 

Ohio Beta. Minister. 
Whittemore, J. R. — Cal. Beta. Student 
Wurtz, R. A. — ^Wis. Gamma. Insurance. 



LOS QAT08 

Alexander, Monroe Hamilton. — Cal. Alpha. 
Gober, Robert Pearls, 59 Santa Cruz Ave. — 

Cal. Alpha. Physician. 
Osburn, Harry Qriswoid, Avonwood. — Pa. 

Theta. Orchardist 
Trantham, William Henry Benson. — Mo. 

Alpha. Editor and publisher. 

MADISON 

Fredericks, Harry Lawrence. — Cal. Gamma. 
Student. 



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MARICOPA 
Taylor, Harry Neafle.— Pa. Zeta. Physician. 

McKITTRICK 

Brown, Eugene McCabe.— Cal. Gamma. Mer- 
chant and oil operator. 

MILL VALLEY 

Bagg, John Sherman.— Cal. Gamma. Manu- 
facturer's agent. 

Rea, John.— Pa. Alpha. Real estate. 

White, Fillmore.— Cal. Gamma. Secy.. Rob- 
ert White Co., 1615 Fillmore St, 

MODESTO 

Dennett, Lewis Lincoln, 923. 12th St.— Cal. 
Alpha. Lawyer. . _ 

Hawlclns, Bellwood Chase, Masonic Temple.— 
Cal. Gamma. Abstracter, manager Masonic 
Temple. , ^ , 

Need ham, James Carson.— Cal. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Ross, John Walter.— Cal. Alpha. 

Smith, Frank Eugene, Hotel Mase.— Illinois 
Alpha, real estate. _ ,^^^ ^^ ^ , 

Turner, Henry Garrison, 927 Twelfth St— Cal. 
Alpha. Grain dealer. ,^^^ ^^ ^ , 

Turner, Arlo Verne r, 927 Twelfth St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Student. 

MONROVIA 
Davis, Charles Franklin.— la. Alpha. 

MONTPELIER 
Ross, Judson Pardon.— Cal. Alpha. Farmer. 

MONTEREY 

Conn, Samuel. — Pa. Delta. «. * 

Mason, Charles Haynes.— Minn. Beta. First 
Lieut. U. S. Army. 

MORGAN HILL 

Barnhart, Frank Dyckman Cobb.— Cal. Beta. 
Student. 

MOUNTAIN VIEW 

Welgie, Victor Ashman.— Cal, Beta. Student. 

MURPHYS 
SchaefHe, Ernest Herschell.— Pa. Gamma. 

NORTH FORK 

Benedict, M. A.— Neb. Alpha. U. S. Forest 
Service. 

NORTH ONTARIO 

Andrews, Joslah J. — la. Gamma. 

Hart, Franklin W.— la. Gamma. Lawyer. 

OAKLAND 

Alexander, Monroe Hamilton.— Cal. Alpha. 
Baker, Ernest Emery, 1S63 Alice St.— Ohio 

Beta. Minister. , ^ , 

Calder, George James, 1679 Waverly. — Cal. 

Gamma. Engineer. 
Cunha, Clarence Charles.— Cal. Gamma. 
Curtis, Steliman W., S. Pablo Ave.— Pa. Beta. 
DeBerard, Wllford, People's Water Co.— Wis. 

Gamma. Chemist. ..^. « 

Everts, Edward Aloyslus, 1514 Broadway.— 

Cal. Gamma. _> , ^ , 

EverU, William Shipp, 1614 Broadway.— Cal. 

Gamma. 



Gowing, Frederick Augustus, 534 Chetwood 
St. — Cal. Gamma. Mining engrineer. 

High, Ralph Brooks, 300 Van Buren Ave.— 
Cal. Gamma. Student. _ , 

Little, Arthur Elwood, 1676 Webster SL— Cal. 
Gamma. Student. _ . 

Little, Walter Colton, 1676 Webster St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Student. 

Mayhew, William Horace. Peralta Apts., 13th 
and Jackson Sts.— Cal. Beta. Manufac- 
turer. ^, ^ 

Mills, Wlllard Cooke, Jr., 1291 Alice.— Neb. 
Alpha. EHectrlcal Engineer. 

Morton, William Reuben, 600 Thirty-seventh 
St.— Cal. Gamma. With Morton Special 
Delivery. 

Needham, A. H.— 111. Alpha. Minister. 

Rich, Ellsworth Lincoln.— Cal. Alpha. Min- 
ister. 

Rosborough, Joseph James, 1769 Nineteenth 
Ave. — <Jal. Beta. Broker. 

Schilling, Carl, 590 Walsworth Ave. —Cal. 
Gamma. Tea, coffee and baking powder. 

Smith, Stanley James, 1218 Broadway.— Cal. 
Gamma. Lawyer. 

Stephens, A. H., 324 Jayne St.— Cal. Alpha. 
Supt. U. S. Railway Mail Service. 

Tregea, William Leonard, 887 Fifty-sixth St. 
—Cal. Beta. Watchmaker. 

Umphred, Edwin Franklin, 252 Lee St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Wholesale furniture. 

OCEAN PARK 

Cole, Joseph Harrison. — 111. Alpha. 

Ewing, Irwin Agnew, 22 Dudley Ave.— lU. 

Gamma. Life insurance. 
Shipman, Charles Goodrich, 147 Fraser Ave. 

—Wis. Alpha. Physician. 

OBISPO 
Farnum, Edmund Truesdell. — Cal. Beta. 

OXNARD 
Hill, Ernest Rice.— Cal. Beta. Farmer. 

ONTARIO 

Van WIe, Clarence Deuel.— Wis. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

PACIFIC GROVE 

Eckhardt, George Weity, 114 Grand Ave.— 
Cal. Beta. Banking. 

PALO ALTO 

Bell, John Henry, 620 Gilman St— Cal. Beta. 
Mining engineer. ^ 

Cook, George Cram. — la. Alpha. 

Hall, Benjamin Fred.- Cal. Alpha. Real es- 
tate. 

Sanford, Burnett. — Cal. B. Student. 

Soper, Ralph Hamilton, 306 Lytton Ave.— Cal. 
Beta. Student. , , 

Williams, Thomas Marlon. — W. Va, Alpha. 
Physician. 

PASADENA 

Burdette, Robert Jones. — Ind. Gamma. Min- 
ister. _ , ^^ f 

Cole, Walter Burrow, So. Grand Oaks.— N. Y. 
Epsilon. Contractor and builder. 

Cole, Wendell Cummlngs, 664 Galena Ave.— 
Ohio Delta. Asst. Mgr. Singer Sewing Ma- 
chine Co. . _ 

FIske, Wilbur Adrian, 495 Cypress Ave.— Ind. 
Alpha. Teacher. 

Gates, John A. — Ohio Beta. 

Graves, James Edward, 618 Herkimer St— 
Ind. Alpha. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERXJTY. 



Gray, Harry, 294 S. Grand Ave.— Ind. Beta. 

Real estate. 
Hall, Harlan Walcott. — ^linn. B, Newspaper. 
Jones, Louis Holllster, 656 N. Raymond Ave. 

— Cal. Beta. Student. 
Rea, James Cufbertson. — Pa. Alpha. 

PERRIS 

Harford, Henry Morey.— Ohio Alpha. Editor, 
real estate, ranching. 

PETALUMA 

LIppitt. Edward Lewis, 200 Sixth St.— Cal. 
Alpha. Teacher. 

PLEASANTON 

Dougherty, Lewis Atlclnson. — California Beta. 
Ranching. 

PORTERVILLE 

Hardeman, John Locke. — Mo. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

POTTER VALLEY 
Bule, Joseph. — Miss. Alpha, lawyer. 

PUENTE 
Brewster, Schuyler C. — Kan. Alpha. 

REDLANDS 

Hoadley, Clarence Burtch, 311 Summit Ave. — 
Pa. Kappa. President Cal. Magnesite Co. 

Stewart, Carl Linden. — Minn. Alpha. 

Stone, Earle Almeron. — Cal. Gamma. Medi- 
cine. 

Sherman, Henry Edwin, 322 Cajon St.— Mo. 
Alpha. Orange growing and farming. 

REDWOOD CITY 

McKee, Albert Brown. — Cal. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

RIVERSIDE 

Castleman, Pember Stearns, 363 Brockton 
Ave. — Cal. Alpha. Real estate and Insur- 
ance. 

Evans, Samuel Carey, Jr. - Cal. Alpha. Capi- 
talist. 

Gllmore, William S.— Pa. Theta. 

Haymond, Thomas Wright. — Indiana Alpha. 
Ranching. 

Osborn, Robert D. — Pa. Theta. 

Peters, William L., 908 Tenth St.— Ohio Delta. 
Horticulturist. 

Williamson, Edward Lucius, 378 Bandini Ave. 
— Wis. Alpha. A^t. engineer. 

SACRAMENTO 

Beard, George Foster, 1820 H St.— California 
Gamma. Optician. 

Driver, Philip Sample. — Cal. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Hart, J. v.— Cal. Beta. District attorney. 

insley, Edward.— 2808 P St.— Ind. Alpha. Edi- 
tor. 

Macfarlane, Claude Thurmond. — Cal. Alpha. 

McPhali, Duncan Martin Luther.— R. I. Alpha. 
Minister. 

Mering, Charles Sumner. — Cal. Alpha. Mill- 
ing. 

SAN DIEGO 

Anderson, Thomas Butler, 318-322 Granger 
Block.— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 

Benton, Charles Herbert. — Cal. Gamma. Land 
agent. 

Cornell, Mead, 1329 Jumper St. — Cal. Gamma. 
Concrete. 

Doig, Robert Leeper. — III. Gamma. Physi- 
cian. 



Elliott, David Hayes, Ninth and Lea Sts.— 

Pa. Gamma. Physician. 
Hammack, Daniel Marlon.— Ill Gamma. Law- 
yer. 
Hearne, Joseph Carter, Fourth and Ash. — Mo. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Smith, William Taylor, 2508 First St.— Cal. 

Beta. Student. 
Von Tesmar, Frank. — 111. Beta. With Bank of 

C^ommerce & Trust Co. 
Ward, Martin Luther, 1030 Twenty-third St. 

— la. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Wright, Lester Augustus, 3370 B St.— Cal. 

Beta. Student. 



SAN FRANCISCO 

Austin, Bert C, 1023 Crocker Bldg.— Cal. 

Gamma. Mining. 
Baker, Ernest Emery, 1350 Jones St. — Ohio 

Beta. 
Ballard, J. Stow, 3303 Clay St. Cal. Alpha. 

Phy«lcian. 
Bauer, H. A., 422 Montgomery St. Cal. Beta. 
Berkeley, Robert Carter, Jr., 628 Montgomerv 

St. — Va. Alpha. President Berkeley Steel 

Company. 
Blake, William Ford, 240 Stockton St.— Cal. 

Beta. Physician. 
Bovard, Freeman D., 366 Page St. — Indiana 

Alpha. Editor. 
Branch, Andy.— Cal. Alpha. 
Brickell, Howard, 2621 Pacillc Ave.— Califor- 
nia Beta. Insurance. 
Brown, Carl Grover, 449 Spruce. — Cal. Beta. 

Insui'ance. 
Buckley, Richard Fitzgerald, Fairmont Hotel. 

— Cal. Beta. 
Buckley, Thomas W., Fairmont Hotel. — Cal. 

Beta. 
Burrows, Fred Grant, I'nlon Square Bldg. — 

Cal. Alpha. Physician. 
Canney, Frederick Gllmore, J2456 Vallejo. Cal. 

Alpha, l^hyslclan. 
Carr, Jesse Douglas. — Cal. Beta. Engineer- 
ing. 
Carson, George Ryckman, 1767 Broxidway. — 

Cal. Beta. Physician. 
Cavnah, Howard Edward, 829 Fell St.— Ohio 

Epsilon. Secretary Yellow Butte Copper 

Company. 
Cole, Arthur Lee, 1250 O'Farrell St.— Cal. 

Gamma, Assayer. 
Cook, Fletcher, care Trinity Church. — Ind. 

Alpha. Minister. 
Deal, William Griffith, 3300 Clay St.— Cal. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
De Laveaga, Edward Ignatius, 1228 Geary St. 

— Cal. Gamma. Lawyer. 
De Laveaga, Joseph Vincent, Mills Bldg. — 

Cal. Gamma. Liiwyer. 
Dennett, Edward- Power, Wesleyan M. E. 

Church. — Cal. Alpha. Minister. 
Dillon, John Francis, 1992 Fifteenth St.— Pa. 

Zeta. Physician. 
Ersklne, Herbert Wilson, 1920 Scott St.— Cal. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 
Ersklne, Melville William, 1920 Scott St.— 

Cal. Gamma. Rancher. 
Ewing, Samuel McGregor, 1030 Broderick St. 

— Ind. Beta. Journalist. 
Gallois, John Eugene, University Club. — Cal. 

Beta. Merchant. 
Gibbs, Stacy Wilbur, Monadnock Bldg. — Pa. 

Zeta. Lawyer. 
Gillette, Benjamin Tasweli, 2516 Fillmore St. 

— Cal. Beta. Shipping. 
Gleason, F. B., care "Western Electric Co. — 

HI. Beta. 
Graham, Sherwood F. — D. C. Alpha. 
Hawkins, Washington Irving, 63 Fir.st St.— 

Cal. Alpha. Manufacturer. 
Henley, Earle, 445 Sutter St.— Ind. Delta.— 

Care Pac. Gas. & Elec. Co. 



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22a 



Howell, Albert John, 2934 Jacks6n St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Salesman. 

Howell, Edgar Henry, 2934 Jackson St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Physician. 

Hydesmlth, J. B., 2601 Fillmore St.— Cal. 
Beta. 

Johns, R. L., Monadnock Bldg. — Pa. Zeta. 
Lanvver 

Kenyoh, Charles Arthur, 393 Sutter St.— Cal. 
Beta. Dramatist. 

Kenyon, Joseph A. — Cal, Beta. 

KIrkbride, Wm. Harold, Third and Towns- 
end Sts. — Cal. Beta. Div. Engr., So. Pa- 
cific Co. 

Knight, John, care San Francisco Door Co. — 
N. Y. Gamma. 

Lehners, Carl Herman. — Cal. Beta. Physi- 
cian. 

Logan, Roscoe Lee, 2006 Hyde St. — California 
Gamma. Physician. 

Love, Logan McCaskey, I'nion Square Hotel. 
Cal. Gamma. Real estate. 

Mark, Cecil Wirt, 320 Frederick St.— Cal. 
Alpha. Teacher. 

McGregor, Campbell, 2567 Green St. — Cal. 
Gamma. T'nion Iron Works. 

Mcintosh, Charles Kenneth. — Indiana Alpha. 
Banking. 

McKeen, James, 268 Market St. — Pa. Theta. 
Mining. 

McNally R. A., 1801 California St. — Ohio 
Beta. Electric engineer. 

Moore, Herbert Turbitt, 2640 Green St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Dentist. 

Moraghan, Eugene Washington, 3001 Jackson 
St. — Cal. Gamma. Student. 

Morton, Reuben Garratt, Steiner and Broad- 
way. — Cal. Gamma. Vice president W. F. 
Garratt & Co. 

Nickel, Jasper Leroy, Merchants' Exchange 
BIdg. — Va. Delta. Commission merchant. 

Nowlin, Thomas Willard, 68 Post St.— la. 
Gamma. Lawyer. 

Owens, Hugh Huddleston, 1706 Vallejo St.— 
Cal. Beta. Merchant. 

Parton, Floyd A., 1642 Fell St.— Cal. Beta. 
With Pacific States Tel. Co. 

Pickett, J. Cameron, 835 Scott St.— Cal. 
Gamma. Physician. 

Pomeroy, Edwin Moore, 40 Powell St. — Pa. 
Theta. R. R. agent. 

Roberts, Harry Lyman, care Herbert.s Bache- 
lor Hotel. Cal. Beta. Contractor. 

Shimer, Harry Woodworth, 414 Hugo St — 
Ind. Delta. Civil Engineer. 

Somers, Howard, 989 Howard St. — California 
Gamma. Physician. 

Starr, George Edwin, St. Francis Hotel. — 
N. Y. Alpha. Real estate. 

TIernan, John R., 1247 Sixth Ave. — Mich. 
Alpha. Mining. 

Thomson, Robert William, 2638 Howard St.— 
Cal. Beta. Supt. Thomson Bridge Co. 

Vail, Stanley Marshall.— Col. Beta. 

White, Emile, 1012 Fillmore St.— Cal. Beta. 

White, Fillmore, Fairmount Hotel.— Califor- 
nia Gamma. Dentist. 

Yerrlngton, Herbert, Palace Hotel. — Califor- 
nia Beta. Physician. 

SAN JOSE 

Beasly, William Arthur, 148 S. Eleventh St. 

— Cal. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Bishop, Andrew Bloss. — III. Alpha. Physician. 
Clayton, Willis Sherma.n. — Cal. Alpha. Real 

Kstate 
Cox, Herbert E., 198 S. Whitney St.— Cal. 

Alpha. President Pacific Coast Business 

College. 
Falrchild, John Aiaric. — Cal. Alpha. 
Gosbey, Perley Francis, 456 N. Third St. — 

Cal. Alpha. Judge Superior Court. 



Guth, Wm. Westley.— Cal. Beta. President 

U. of P. 
Hayes, Jay Orley.— Wis. Alpha. L#awyer. 
Herrold, Roy Scott.— Cal. Beta. 
Kennedy, Karl Forsythe, 81 N. Eighth St.— 

Cal. Beta. Lawyer. 
Losse, Etheridge Mills.- Cal. Beta. Fruit 

Packing. 
M alloy, J. D. — Cal. Beta. Education. 
McClane, W. H., 548 S. Ninth St.— Pa. Alpha. 

Fruit Grower. 
Rea, James William. — Cal. Alpha. 
Ross, Fred Cary, 642 N. First St.— Cal. Alpha. 

President Mt. Hamilton Stage Co. 
Richards, John Evan, 338 S. Tenth St.— Mich. 

Alpha. Judge Superior Court. 
Tompkins, Samuel George. — Cal. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Welch, Eugene Roy, 253 S. Eighth St. Cal. 

Gamma. Student. 
Welch, James Roy, 253 S. Eighth St.— Cal. 

Alpha. Judge Superior Court. 
Wilcox, Edwin Augustine, 80 N. Eleventh St. 

— Cal. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Williams, Tenny B. — Cal. Beta. 
Wilson, Doxey Roberts.— Cal. Beta. Physi- 
cian. 

SAN MATEO 

Gray, Orrin Carlyle, 270 B St.— Wis, Gamma. 

Real Estate and Building. 
Hennisch, Albert Gustave, 706 laurel Ave. — 

Cal. Beta. Glass Manufacturer. 
Kennedy, James Derwent. — Cal. Beta. Part 

Owner Coalings Oil Co. 
Lewis, John Meilgren. — Cal. Beta. Lawyer. 
Rodolph, Frank Erwin. — Cal. Beta. Actor. 

SAN RAFAEL 
Graybill, Jonathan Walton. — Va. Gamma. 

SANTA ANA 
Billlngsiey, Ray. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 

SANTA BARBARA 
Knox, Samuel Budd Page, 814 Anacapa St. — 
Pa. Beta. Physician. 

SANTA CLARA 

Decker, Francis Drake. — Cal. Alpha. 
Johnston, William Alien, Scott Lane. — Mich. 
Alpha. Lawyer. 

SANTA MARIA 

Bagby, William Landon. — Cal. Gamma. Stu- 
dent. 

Goodwin, Guy Leonard. — Cal. Gamma. Stu- 
dent. 

SANTA MONICA 

Biackiedge, James, 934 Third St.— Pa. Zeta. 
Clergyman. 

Jennings, Joel Oliver. — Ind. Gamma. Minis- 
ter. 

SANTA ROSA 

Crawford, Richard Fruit, 532 College Ave. — 
Pa. Gamma. Lawyer. 

SAUSALITO 
Yeazeil, Harry A. — O. Delta. Salesman. 

SONORA 

Nicholas, Jonathan. — Pa. Gamma. Minister. 
Street, Horace Marvin.- Cal. Beta. Lawyer. 



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SOUTH PASADENA 

Boothe, Isaac Jay, 1515 Garfield Ave. — Cal. 

Gamma. Student. 
Overmyer, George Edward, 27 Short Way, 

Oak Hill. — Kan. Alpha. Lawyer. 

STANFORD UNIVERSITY 

Hyde, William Fletcher.— Cal. Alpha. 
Ryan, Harris J. — N. T. Alpha. Electrical En- 
gineering. 

STOCKTON 
Clark, Reed Morrison. — Cal. Gamma. Actor. 

SUSAN VI LLE 

Hendricks, Howard Edmonds. — Cal. Gamma. 
Teacher. 

TUOLUMNE 
Prince, John R. — ^Wls. Alpha. Lumber. 

UPLAND 
Bohiand, Frank. — Cal. Beta. Student. 

VACAVILLE 

Uhl, Clarence Jerome. — Ohio Beta. Grower 
and Shipper. 

VALLEJO 

Ingels, Bert Dse. — Ind. Alpha. Chemist. 
Wood, CllfTord Harvey. — Cal. Gamma. Phyel- 
cian. 

VISALIA 

Donovan. Lawrence Perry.— Cal. Beta. Au- 
tomobiles. 

Parker, John Joseph. — Cal. Gamma. Student. 

Pettit, Mark Lytton.— Cal. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

Urmy, Ralph Bralnerd. — Cal. Alpha. 

WEST BERKELEY 
Smith, James M.— Tenn. Alpha. Minister. 

WHITTIER 

Hazard, Frederick Augustus. — Cal. Alpha. 
Orchardist. 

Idieman, Lawrence McKendree. — Ohio Alpha. 
Minister. 

Little, J. E. — Cal. Beta. Engineer. 

St. Johns, William Ivan.— Cal. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

WOODBRIDQE 
Mills, Freeman Benjamin. — Cal. Alpha. 

WOODLAND 

Armstrong, Harold Gardner.— Cal. Gamma. 
Rancher and Stock Raiser. 

Mering, Edward Baker. — Cal. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

YOLO 
Mering, Charles Sumner. — Cal. Alpha. 

YUBA CITY 
Walton, Harry Albert.— Cal. Beta. 



OOLOBADO 

BLANCA 

Smith, Claire Howland Wallace.— IlL Delta. 
Civil Engineering. 



BOULDER 

Randolph, Allen Fitz. — ^Pa. Alpha. Minister. 
Rathvon, Samuel Forney, 133 Pine St. — Pa. 

Eta. 
Rathvon, William R.— Pa. Eta. With United 

Oil Co. 

CANON CITY 
Lawrence, Dana. — Kan. Alpha. 

COLORADO SPRINGS 

Bale, Lester S., 734 E. Platte Ave.— Ohio 

Epsilon. Student. 
Bridges, Albert Fletcher. — ^Ind. Alpha 
Cralie, Jefferson Ball, 1516 N. Nevada Ave. — 

D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Curtis, Charles Henry, 716 N. Tejon St. — 

Pa. Zeta. Mining. 
Downey, Edgar Jullen. — ^ni. Beta. 
Llebig, Randolph Alayslum. — Md. Alpha. 
Mclntyre, James Edwin, 14 E. Caramillo. — la. 

Aluha. X^awyer. 
RidcTle, Frank Ha'rwood, 1336 N. Tejon St. — 

Ohio Alpha. Mgr. Van Brlggle Pottery Co. 
Smith, Henry Francis, Montgomery Hall. — 

Wis. Gamma. Instructor. 
Robinson, William C, 525 N. Weber St.— Ind. 

Beta. LAwyer. 
Soienberger, Amos Rufus. — 111. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 
Vanatta, Jean Kuhn, 647 E. Platte Ave.— 

Cal. Gamma. Student. 
Wood, George Arthur, Y. M. C. A. — Mass. 

Alpha Instructor. 

CRIPPLE CREEK 

Finn, Oliver B. — Pa. Iota. 
Owen, James. — Kan. Alpha. District Judge. 
RIppIn, William Lloyd, 711 E. Golden St.— 
Wis. Gamma. 

DEL NORTE 
Wiley, Jesse Clinton. — Ohio Beta. Lawyer. 

DELTA 
Hardy, S. J. — Pa. Alpha. 

DENVER 

Archbold, William Dana, 1421 Filmore be— 

Pa. Beta. 
Baker, Q. R. — Ohio Beta. Civil E^ngineer. 
Bennett, Albert Lee. — Kan. Alpha. 
Breon, George Alfred, Hotel Winn.— Wis. 

Gamma. Student. 
Brownlie, Ira Clifton, 1374 Ogden St.— la. 

Alpha. Dentist. 
Campbell, John, 1401 Gilpin St.— la. Alpha. 

Judge Supreme Court. 
Carl in, Edwin James, 736 E:ighteenth St. — Pa. 

Zeta. Ldiwyer. 
Carter, Eugene Lamar, care of U. S. Nat. 

Bank. — Kan. Alpha. Bank Clerk. 
Cobb, Dorr Edward. — la. Alpha. With Den- 
ver Police Force. 
Coyie, Robert Francis. — Ind. Gamma. Min- 
ister. 
Crandall, Herbert D.— Kan. Alpha. With 

First National Bank. 
Cuscaden, Alexander, Denver Post. — Neb. 

Alpha. Journalist. 
Dale, William W., 436 Equitable Bldg.— Pa. 

Theta. Lawyer. 
Daniels, Warren Stoneman, 1378 Ogden St. — 

Pa. Beta. Investments. 
DeBerard, Henry I., Union Water Works.— 

Wis. Gamma. Chemist. 
Don Carlos, Harlan Ellsworth, 202 Ideal Bldg. 

— la. Delta. Investments. 
Downey, Charles Julian, 645 Marion St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Editor. 



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Downey, Joseph Robert, 1254 Josephine St. — 

N. T. Alpha. Salesman. 
Eck, Roy Albrecht, 1960 Grant Ave. — Ohio 

Beta. 
Ewing, J. A., Majestic Bldg. — ^Pa. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Gallaher, Thomas Jones, 1321 Race St — Pa. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Graham, James D. — ^IIl. Gamma. 
Harper, E. S. — ^Va. Beta. Manager Savingrs 

Dept., Continental Trust Co. 
Harris, Herbert H., 1528 Steele St.— Ind. Beta. 

Investments. 
Hays, Samuel Disney Crelghton, 1021 Ogden 

St. — lU. Gamma. Lawyer. 
HefFner, Robert C, 1250 Grant Ave. — Ohio 

Alpha. Accountant. 
Helm. Joseph Church, Equitable Bldg. — ^la. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Hoag, Wilson.— Pa. Beta. 
Hover, Wm. Adgate, 1227 E. Colfax.— Wis. 

Alpha. Druggist. 
Hughes, Jr., Charles James. — Mo. Alpha. 

Lawyer; U. S. Senator. 
Johnson, Frederick P. — ^Ind. Gamma. Editor. 
Kibler, Charles H. — Ohio Gamma. Real Es- 
tate. 
Knowlton, Phil, 1636 Blake St. — Kan. Alpha. 

With Carter, Rice & Co. 
Langsdorf, William Bell, Westminster Col- 
lege. — Pa. Zeta. Instructor. 
Large, Samuel Shaffer, 2325 Bellalre St. — Pa. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Lockard, Lorenzo Bruce, 1450 Marion St. — 

N. Y. Beta. Surgeon. 
McLaurln, H. L., Box 256.— Minn. Beta. Re- 

i)orter (Newspaper), 
tchell, Richard Roberts, Symes Bldg. — ^Ind. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 
Neptune, Carl Irwin. — ^111. Beta. With Amer- 
ican Steel & Wire Co. 
Newton, Henry Clay, 506 Charles Bldg. — Mo. 

Alpha. Mining. 
Patterson, Charles L., 1661 Franklin St.— Pa. 

Epsilon. 
PItcaIrn, Robert, Hampton Arms Apartment. 

— N. Y. Alpha. 
Poyntz, Samuel Moore. — Tenn. Gamma. 
Pratt, Frederick Kellogg, 1476 Humboldt St. 

— Ohio Delta. Engineer. 
Rush, John Andrew, 1250 Emerson St. — Kan. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Shimer, Charles Evt. — Neb. Alpha. 
Smith, William Silvanus, 1645 Pennsylvania 

Ave. — Pa. Zeta. Librarian. 
Springer, John W., Pres. Continental Trust 

Co., Continental Bldg.— Ind. Alpha. Bank- 
er and Lawyer. 
Sweet, William Eliery, 1075 Humboldt St.— 

Pa. Kappa. Investment Banker. 
Swift, Dean.— 111. Beta. Paper Business. 
Taylor, Herbert Solomon, 1058 Pearl St. — 

Neb. Alpha. Student. 
Watts, Wm. Dendy, 612 Commonwealth Bldg. 

— S. C. Alpha. Water Power and Mining. 
Webster, Frank L.— Kan. Alpha. Asst. City 

Editor Denver Times. 
Williams, Thomss S.— Ohio Beta. 
Wycoff, Addison Harvey. — Ohio Gamma. 

Lawyer. 
Young, John Silas, 417 Ogden St. — Kan. 

Alpha. With Colo. Tel. Co. 

DOLORES 

Carpenter. Nathaniel Elliott, R. F. D. Box 
121. — ^Wis. Alpha. Lands. 

FLORENCE 

Large, Isaac Newton, Florence State Bank. — 

Pa. Alpha. Banking. 
Shultz, William Mel I vain. —Tenn. Gamma. 
. Physician. 



FORT COLLINS 

Aylesworth, Barton Orvlile. — ^Va. Delta. Pres- 
ident State Agricultural College. 

Crowe, John Thomas. — N. Y. Delta. Minister. 

Headden, William Parker, 120 W. Magnolia.— 
Pa. Zeta. Chemist. 

McLennan, Donald Kenneth. — Neb. Alpha. 
Real Estate. 

RIcketts, Philander. — Ind. Gamma. Farmer 
and Stock Raiser. 

Woodford, Luther Clinton. — la. Gamma. 

GIRARD 
Henschen, Charles C. — Pa. Theta. 

GOLDEN 

DIttus, Edward Julius, care of School of 

Mines. — Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Thayer, Edwin Pope. — Ind. Alpha. With 

School of Mines. 

GRAND JUNCTION 

Hardinge, Robert Murray, Canon Block. — Pa. 

Epsilon. Government Observer, U. S. 

Weather Bureau. 
Mack, W 11 nam Lyman, 839 Main St.— Mich. 

Alpha. Lumber. 
Smith, James H. — Pa. Iota. 

GUNNISON 
Summers, George William. — Ohio Beta. 

LA JUNTA 

De France, Hugh M. — Pa. Beta. 
Derby, Qeorae Gordon, 607 Raton Ave. — Pa. 
Beta. Railroad. 

LAMAR 
Exilne, Frank. — ^Kan. Alpha. 

LAFAYETTE 
Howe, Albert C. — Mass. Alpha. Mercantile. 

LEADVILLE 

Conger, Charles Thompson. — Minn. Beta. 
Davis, Leander L. — Kan. Alpha. 
Davis, Walter Wesley. — ^Kan. Alpha. Mining. 
Nowland, Ralph Clarke. — Mich. Alpha. 

OURAY 
Story, Jr., William.- N. Y. Alpha. Lawyer. 

PUEBLO 

Barrett, Harry McWhIrter, 331 Broadway.— 
Pa. Beta. Frin. High School. 

Dubbs, Henry Alfred. — Pa. Eta. Lawyer. 

Duerr, Phillip William, corner Fourth and 
Main Sts.— Pa. Beta. 

Hogg, Herschei Millard. — 111. Gamma. Law- 
yer. 

Orven, J. — Kan. Alpha. 

Williams, Howard Chandler, Hotel Maine. — 
N. H. Alpha. Telegraph Editor. 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 

Biake, Edward Morgan. — Ind. Alpha. Mer- 
chant. 

TELLURIDE 

Herron, John. — 111. Beta. Mining. 

VICTOR 

Carets n, Robert Morehouse. — ^Pa. Alpha. 
Mining. 



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I'Hl KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



CONNECTICUT 

BALTiC 
Stanton, Irving. — Pa. Beta. 

BERLIN 

r 

Ailing, Marshall Louis.— N. H. Alpha. Medi- 
cine. 
FIske, Samuel Asa. — Mass. Alpha. Minister. 

BETHEL 

Williamson, John Kennedy. — N. Y. Alpha. 
Construction. 

BRIDGEPORT 

Deane, Charles WInslow, 2676 Main. — Pa. 
Beta. Supt. of Public Schools. 

COLCHESTER 

Bunyan, Edward Thomson. — Ohio Beta. Fur- 
niture. 

DARIEN 

Trlggs, Floyd Winding.— Minn. Beta. Car- 
toonist. 

EAST GRANBY 

Clarke, Daniel Benjamin. — Mass. Alpha. To- 
bacco Culture. 

EAST HADDAM 

Bingham, Robert Wellington.— H. I. Alpha. 

Student. 
Smith, Albert Francis.— R. I. Alpha. Student. 

FAIRFIELD 

Wheatley, William Alonzo, 2 Sherman Ave. — 
X. Y. Beta. Supt. of Schools. 

HARTFORD 

Fennell, Wm. George, 908 A.«jylum Ave. — N. Y. 

Epsilon. Minister. 
Heath, Harry Ed, 71 Church St.— N. Y. Alpha. 
Leakin, Phil Moore, 15 Prospect St.— Pa. 

Zeta. Insurance. 
Springer, Isaac Elihu. — 111. Alpha. 

MANCHESTER 

Lovell, Charles Nelson. — Mass. Alpha. Min- 
ister 

MERIDEN 

Ives, Dwight Stone, 430 Colony St. — N. Y. 
Zetii. Student. 

MIDDLETOWN 

Newlands, James Andrew, 299 College St. — 
Wis. Gamma. Chemist. 



MORRIS 

Fletcher, Francis Wayland. — N. Y. Epsilon. 
Minister. 

MONTVILLE 
Melcer, Alfred. — Cal. Gamma. Manufacturer. 

NEW BRITAIN 

Ailing, Benjamin Wlllard.— N. H. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Kalberg, Seth Maurice, 39 Dwight St.— R. X. 

Alpha. Student. 



Paddock, Clarence Erwin, 220 Maple St. — 

N. H. Alpha. Civil Engineer. 
Schilling, Albert Henry, 29 Lincoln St.— N. H. 

Alpha. Civil Engineer. 
Schilling, Frederick Edward, 6S Glen St.— 

N. H. Alpha. Construction. 

NEW HAVEN 

Curdy, Albert Eugene, 743 Yale Station. — 
Kan. Alpha. Instructor. 

Hendrlckson, George Lincoln, Yale Univer- 
sity. — WI«. Gamma. Instructor. 

Kendall, Edward Gridley. — Pa. Gamma. 

NEW LONDON 
King, Benjamin. — N. Y. Zeta. Student. 

NORFOLK 
Brown, Jr., Edmund. — Mass. Alpha. Student. 

NORWALK 

Howell, Louis Bennington, St. Paul's Rectory. 
— Pa. Zeta. Minister. 

Sanger, Jr., Frank Moderno, 7 E. Wall St. — 
N. Y. Alpha. Student. 

NORWICH 

Carey, Nelson Poe, 42 Rockwell St. — Md. 
Alpha. 

Hyde, George Fuller, 268 Washington St. — 
Mass. Alpha. Y. M. C. A. Secy. 

Morse, William Arthur. — Mass. Alpha. Gen- 
eral Secretary Y. M. C. A. 

SOUTH NORWALK 

Swartz, Charles Christian, 68 West Ave. — 
N. Y. Gamma. Mining Engineer. 

SOUTH WOODSTOCK 
Curtis, Lin wood B.— N. Y. Eta. Minister. 

STANFORD 
Ottman, F. C. — Pa. Theta, Minister. 

SUFFIELD 

Barber, Harry Clark. — Mass. Alpha. In- 
structor. 

WATERBURY 

Meyer, Jr., Theodore Valentine, Columbia 
Blvd. — Mass. Alpha, 

WEST HAVEN 

Main, Walter Raymond, 323 Main St.— Mass. 
Alpha. Student. 

WINDSOR LOCKS 

Dunlao, Roger Allen. — N. H. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

DELAWABE 

CAMDEN 

Conweil, Charles Sheppard. — Pa. Zeta. 
Farmer. 

DOVER 

Cochran, Herbert Green. — Pa. Zeta. Student. 

FAULKLAND 
Blake, J. K.— Pa. Theta. 



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GEORGETOWN 
Isaacs, Harry Richard.— Pa. Zeta. Lawyer. 

GREENWOOD 

Pennlweil, David.— Pa. Zeta. Retired Mer- 
chant. 
Wlllcy, Earl D.— Pa. Zeta. Student. 



HOUSTON 
Jump, Wilbur Henry.— Pa. Zeta. Student. 

MIDDLETOWN 
Cochran, Edwin R. — Pa. Theta. 

MILFORD 

Holland, John P. — Pa. Zeta. Grocer. 

Holland, Joseph E. — Pa. Zet2\. Grocer. 

Macklin, George Thomas.— Pa. Zeta. Stu- 
dent. 

Pierce, Jr., James Primrose. — Pa. Zeta. 
Hardware. 

Simpson, John Pierce. — Pa. Zeta. Student. 

Vale, Ruby Ross, Walnut St.— Pa. Zeta. 
Lawyer. 

NEWARK 

Conover, Ellsha. — Pa. Zeta. Instructor. 
Manning, Eugene West. — Pa. Zeta. 

NEW CASTLE 

Wertenbaker, William, The Strand.— Va. 
Alpha. Physician. 

SiLVERSiDE 

Van Trump, Donald Harpertson. — Pa. Kappa. 
Student. 

SMYRNA 

LeFcvre, Charles Howell. — Pa. Eta. Lawyer. 

WILMINGTON 

Adams, Wilbur Louis, 327 W. Twenty-third 

St. — Pa. Zeta. Lawyer. 
Back, F. Eden. — Pa. Eta. 
Carpenter, Philip Jackson, 1107 Franklin St. 

— Pa. Kappa. Student. 
Cummins, Albert Wilson, 1005 West St.— Pa, 

Theta. Editor. 
Gardner, Nathan B. H. — Pa. Gamma. 
Hoopes, Jr., Edgar Malln, 1303 Rodney St. — 

Electrical Engineer. 
Jackson, Ellwood Carey, 1301 Franklin St. — 

Pa. Iota. Pres. Pennsylvania Quarry Co. 
Kellum, John White, Kane Apts.— Pa. Zeta. 

With the E. I. du Pont de Nemours Pow- 
der Co. 
Murray, Charles Edwin.— Pa. Epsilon. 
Plerson, Frank Falrlamb. — Pa. Gamma. 
Shortiidge, Edmund R., 1812 Market St.— Pa. 

Iota. 
Todd, Jacob.— Pa. Zeta. 
Turner, Henry Clay. — Pa. Zeta. Minister. 



DISTBICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

Ankam, George Charles.— D. C. Alpha. Judge 
Municipal Court. 

Armstrong, William Spencer, 620 Twenty- 
second St. N. W.— D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Ashley, Alexander McClure, V. S. Dept. of 
Agriculture. — Pa. Zeta. Inspector. 

Austin, William Lane. Census Dept.. 1235 
Princeton St. N. W.— Miss. Alpha. Trav- 
eling Agent Census Dept. 



Bacon, George C, 808 Eleventh St. N. E.— 

Pa. Zeta. Minister. 
Baker, Morton Whitlock, U. S. Navy.— Va. 

Alpha. 
Baldwin, Lee A — Pa. Beta. With U. S. 

Coast and Geodetic Sur\'ey. 
Bangs, James Edgar, 1855 Ninth St.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Bannon, Henry T. — Mich. Alpha. House of 

Representatives. 
Bates, Arthur L., The Cochran. — Pa. Beta. 

Congressman. 
Baxter. William Joseph, I'. S. Navy.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Bayard, George Livingston, Navy Dept.. 

Stoneleigh Ct. — Pa. Gamma. Chaplain V. 

S. Navy. 
Beall, Clarence, Gramercy Flats. — D. C. 

Alpha. 
Beall, Howard, 805 Rhode Island Ave.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Beattv, Louis Kelly, 610 E. ^apitol St.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Beck, William Henry, 1424 New York Ave. 

N. W. — Pa. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Benedict, Raymond Eli, Forest Service. — 

Neb. Alpha. General Inspector, U. S. For- 
est Service. 
Bingham, Henry H., Metropolitan Club. — Pa. 

Alpha. 
Black, William M.— Pa. Eta. Colonel U. S. A. 
Bliss, H. H., 705 G St. N. W.— Pa. Gamma. 

Lawyer. 
Bliss, Tasker H. — Pa. Gamma. Brigadier 

General l*. S. A. War Dept. 
Bomsteen, Helmer Edward. — Wis. Gamma. 

With r. S. Bureau of Labor. 
Boughton, Everett William, 917 Sixteenth St. 

N. W.— N. Y. Zeta. Chemist. 
Breckenridge, Scott Dudley, The Parkwood. 

—Pa. Theta. Physician. 
Browne, Aldls BIrdsey, 1843 Wyoming Ave. — 

D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Brown, Sherman J. — Pa. Beta. Treasury 

Dept. 
Burch, William Thompson, 1327 L St. N. W. 

— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Burchard, Ernest Francis, 1313 K St. N. W. 

— 111. Alpha. Mining Geologist. 
Burchell, Nowall Landon. — D. C. Alpha. Law- 
yer and Merchant. 
Bynum, Dixson Hinds. — D. C. Alpha. 
Carrington, James McDowell, 506 Fifth St. 

N. W. — Va. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Carter, George H., The Ventosa. — la. Alpha. 

Newspaper Correspondent. 
Casey, James FIrney, 1725 G St. N. W. — 

D. C. Alpha. 
Chamberlain, Joseph Burleigh. — D. C. Alpha. 
Chesney, Charles Stewart. — 1>. C. Alpha. 
Clabaugh, H. M., 1527 Rhode Island Ave.— 

Pa. Epsilon. Chief Justice Supreme Court, 

D. C. 
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, 1612 Riggs PI.— 

N. Y. Alpha. Chemist, 
demons, Carl A. — D. C. Alpha. 
Cleaves, Charles Russell. — D. C. Alpha. 
Cievenger, Oliver Blaine, 2411 Pennsylvania 

Ave. — Pa. Zeta. Stenographer. 
Cogan, William Neal, The Sherman.— D. C. 

Alpha. Dean Dental Dept., Georgetown 

I'niverslty. 
Coldren, Fred G., 1725 Park Road.— Mich. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Collins, Jeremiah, 2010 Wyoming Ave. — Ind. 

Beta. Real E^state. 
Conwell, Roilin NIchoi, 1302 Columbia Road. 

— Ind. Delta. Mechanical Engineer. 
Corey, George Boaz, 938 K St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Craig, Henry Knox, 28 Grant PL— D. C. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Crooks, Charles Waiter. — Ind. Alpha. With 

Anti-Saloon League of America. 



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Cunningham, Samuel Howard, 1772 Willard 

St. N. W.— Pa. Alpha. Auditor. 
Curtiss, William Wooster, 3642 Eleventh St. 

N. W.— Pa. Kappa. Civil Engineer. 
Custis, Horace Hatch, 912 fifteenth St. N. W. 

— Md. Alpha. Physician. 
Custis, J. B. Gregg, Jr., 912 Fifteenth St. 

N. W.— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Davis, George J., 1320 Eleventh St. N. W. — 

D. C- Alpha. 
Davis, Harry Y., 149 Eighteenth St— Pa. 

Epsilon. 
Davis, Henry E., Fendall Bldg. — Pa. Theta. 
Davis, James Gait. — D. C. Alpha. 
Deaie, Henry Buckmaster, 1207 Connecticut 

Ave. — Pa. 2eta. Physician. 
De Knight, Clarence Woods, Hibbs Bldg. — 

D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Dixon, Jr., Henry Marshall, 2149 Pennsylva- 
nia Ave. — D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Dowling, Jr., Thomas, 614 E St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Dutton, William.— D. C. Alpha. 
Duvall, Charles Raymond. — W. Va. Alpha. 

U. S. Civil Service. 
Earnest, John Paul, 2123 N St.— Pa. Epsilon. 

X.#awyer. 
Ecker, John Beard, 1720 Twenty-first St. 

N. W. — D. C. Alpha. Insurance. 
Elliott, Jr., Middleton Stuart, Naval Hospi- 
tal. — D. C. Alpha. Assistant Surgeon U. S. 

Navy. 
Faick, Joseph George, Bureau of Forestry. — 

D. C. Alpha. 
Falconer, Walter Maxwell, Navy Dept. — Ohio 

Beta. Naval Officer, Lieutenant U. S. 

Navy. 
Fates, Warren Dexter. — ^D. C. Alpha. Treas- 
ury Dept. 
Field, Walter Scott, 111 Eleventh St, S. E.— 

Wis. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Fitzgerald, Nathan Ward, 610 Thirteenth St. 

N. W.— Ind. Beta. 
Fleming, Thomas, 1847 Wyoming Ave. — D. C. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Flint, Charles.— D. C. Alpha. 
Foraker, Joseph B.. 1600 Sixtheenth St. N. W. 

— Ohio Alpha. Ex-Senator. 
Forman, Samuel Eagle, The Plymouth. — Pa. 

Zeta. Agent. Bureau of Labor. 
Francis, Jr., John, 324 Maryland Ave. N. E. 

— Kan. Alpha. Dept. of Interior. 
Frankland, Waiter Ashby, 1300 Massachu- 
setts Ave.— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Friederick, Leon Rudolph, 329 E. Capitol St. 

— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Fuller, Leigh Austin, care of War Dept. — 

Va. Alpha. Officer in Medical Corps, U. 

S. A. 
Graham, Paul B., 3315 P St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Greene, Isaac Baker, Fifteenth St. and Penn- 

svlvania Ave. N. W.— Pa. Theta. 
Grfer, William Watmough, 1223 X St. N. W. 

— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Hagner, Francis Randall, 1725 N St.— D. C. 

Alpha. Surgeon. 
Hamilton, Richard, District Bldg.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Hanna Read, Pension Office. — Ind. Gamma. 
Handy, William Edward.— D. C. Alpha. 

Physician. 
Harris, Charles G., 1711 I St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. 
Harrison, Dabney Carr, 1748 Que St. N. W. 

— Va. Gamma. Topographer, Geological 

Survey. 
Hatch, Charles Francis, 1410 Glrard St. N. 

W. — N. Y. Epsilon. Dept. of Commerce 

and Labor. 
Henry Stanhope, Gen. Land Office. — Va. 

Gamma. 
Hensey, Melville Dupignac, 3165 Eighteenth 

St. N. W.— D. C. Alpha. Architect. 



Hindman, Albert Clare. 1466 Caapin. — Ind. 
Beta. Government Clerk. Civil Service 
Commission. 

Hodgklns, Howard Lincoln, 1830 T St — D. C. 
Alpha. Dean George Washington Univer- 
sity. 

Houston, David Neil, 1411 Tenth St. N. W.— 
Pa Zeta I-Awver 

Howard, D. C, 1406 HopklncPl. N. W.— 
D. C. Alpha. Physician. 

Hughes, Percy Meredith, 318 B St. S. E. — 
Pa. Zeta. Asst. Supt. Public Schools, D. C. 

Hugo, Lewis Charles Frederick, 1111 Penn- 
sylvania Ave. — Mo. Alpha. Dentist. 

Huntington, Phillip W.— D. C. Alpha. Sur- 
geon u. S. Army. 

Hutchinson, Norman. — N. Y. Alpha. Diplo- 
mat. First Secretary of Legation. 

James, Jr., Charles Hedges, 1717 Twentieth 
St. N. W.— D. C. Alpha. 

Jannus, Roger Weightman, 1963 Biltmore St. 
— N. Y. Zeta. Student. 

Johns, Arthur Shaaff, 620 G St. S. W.— Va. 
Alpha. Minister Christ Church. 

Johnson, Charles Thomas, 813 Market Sq. — 
Pa. Zeta. Salesman. 

Johnson, George Clerk. — Pa. Eta. 

Joiiy, Wade.— D. C. Alpha. Lieutenant U. S. 
Navy. 

Jones, William D. — Pa. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Kirk, Edwin, United States Geological Sur- 
vey. — N. Y. Gamma. Geologist. 

Klakring, Alfred, 1137 New Jersey Ave. — 
D. C. Alpha. Navy Dept. 

Lacy, Robert. — Md. Alpha. Engineering 
Dept., Southern Ry. 

Le Merle, Eugene Lyman, 2011 Q St. N. W. 
— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 

Lemon, Hanson Thomas Asbury, 629 G St. 
S. W.— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 

Letch, Robert Graham. — Pa. Theta. 

Lewis, Edward S., Takoma Park. — D. C. 
Alpha. 

Logan. S., Army & Navy Club. — Ohio Gamma. 

Macartney, Charles Hartwell, 3123 Dunbarton 
St.— Pa. Theta. 

Mahin, Harold Joseph. — la. Alpha. 

Marvin, Charles Frederick, 1404 Girard St.— 
Ohio Delta. Prof. Meteorology, U. S. 
Weather Bureau. 

Maynard, George T. — Md. Alpha. 

McCleary, Frank Osgood, 217 I St. N. W.— 
D, C. Alpha. Lawyer. 

McClure, George Gibson. — Pa. Zeta. 

McDougal, Daniel Trembly, Carnegie Insti- 
tute. — Ind. Alpha. 

Mclihenny, James S., 1729 Riggs St. N. W.— 
D. C. Alpha. 

McKenney, Frederick Duncan, Hibbs Bldg. — 
S. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 

McKnight, David Acheson, 1730 Corcoron St. 
Pg^ Delta. 

McLaughlin, Thomas N., 1226 N St. N. W.— 
D. C. Alpha. Physician. 

Mearns, William Andrew, 2301 S St. N. W.— 
D. v.. Alpha. Banker. 

Merrlman, George Benjamin, The Rocham- 
beau.— Xjhio Alpha. Assistant on Nautical 
A Imanac 

Middleton, Arthur Edward Henry, 1333 Fif- 
teenth St. N. W.— D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Mliburn, Charles Coad, 1520 Connecticut Ave. 
— D. C. Alpha. Real Estate. 

Mitchell, James F., 1344 Nineteenth St. N. W. 
— Md. Alpha. Physician. 

Mitchell, Paul.— Pa. Beta. Student. 

Morgan, John Walter.— D. C. Alpha. 

Moser, Franklin Wattles, 2910 Thirteenth St. 
N. W. — Pa. Epsilon. Clerk. Immigration 
Commission House Office. 

Nesbit, David Montgomery, 1734 Lament St. 
— Pa. Gamma. Real Estate. 

Norris, Howard M.— D. C. Alpha. 



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Norrls, Jame* Lawion, 331 C St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha and Pa. Zeta. Lawyer. 
Okie, Howard Pitcher.— D. C. Alpha. 
Owene, William Dunlop.— D. C. Alpha. Physl- 

Pa'^rkSr, Glenn Lane, U. S. Geological Survey. 

—Kan. Alpha. Engineer 
Parka, Edward Lamay, 2463 Sixth St. N. W. 

^111. Alpha. Instructor. „ ^ 

Pcarce, C. S., Treasury Dept—Ky. Gamma. 
Pepper, Charles Mellvllle, 3211 Thirteenth St. 

N. W. — Ohio Gamma, x^ ♦ t>« 

Plummer, Ralph Walter, Navy Dept.-Pa. 

Beta. Surgeon. 
Polkinhorn, Samuel.— D. C. Alpha. 
Polkinhorn, William Oliver, 1000 Ninth St. 

N. W.— Ind. Alpha. Journalist. 
Posey, William Alfred, 3022 Macomb St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Clerk, Indian Office 
Power, Frederick Dunallson, 1326 Irving St. 

N W.— Va. Delta. Minister. 
Plenties, William Clark, Metropolitan Bank 

Pr?«^l5: V- l^r tietMtL. Club.-Md. 

Prf.?on; R^oWlee, 1327 Eighteenth St. 

N. W.— Va. Gamma. Instructor. 
Price, James Clarence, Columbian Bldg.— 

Py^i,^F;^& "t^^i, 3319 Newark St. 
%j ' w —Pa. Kappa. Architect. 

ii\ »o"n-t.'; r^^^ v^^"&o.^irdg.- 

Re^ad,^Se^^Sre% U^^^l^kvy-W. Va. Alpha. 

Re^d?H?n?y'willard, 1836 S St. N. W.-D. C. 

Alpha. Real Estate. 
Reeves, John.— D. C. Alpha. A^<„for,t 

Rehkopf, Ned Bernard, eare of Adjutarit 

Generil, U. S. A.— la. Alpha. U. S. Army 

RooseTjr., Wm. Smith.— D. C. A^ha. 

Rhodes, Charles Dudley, care of War Dept.— 
DC. Alpha. Captain Sixth Cavalry. 

Richardson, Charles Williamson, 1317 Con- 
necticut Av^. N. W.-D. C. Alpha. Physi- 

Rlchardson, Mason N., 1862 Wyoming Ave.— 

D C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Robblns, Chandler Prather, care of Surgeon 

General U. S. Army.— Ind. Alpha. Major, 

Medical Corps. U. S. Army. 
Seibold, Arthur Bingham.— D.C. Alpha. 
SeymoJr, Philip HInkle.— D. C Alpha. 
Shafer, Joseph, Navy Dept.— Va. Alpha. As- 
sistant Surgeon U. S. Navy. 
Shewalter: Charles Win I am. -Ohio Beta 
Sherman, Raleigh, 1403 L. St N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Shock, Wilton George.— Pa. Zeta. 
Sims, Charles Edgar, 3156 Q St. N. W.— Ind. 

Beta. Real Estate. _^ ^, , 

Skinner, Aaron Nichols, 506 The Alabama.— 

111. Beta. Professor, U. S. Navy. 

n^^^^fe ^K'l. ^fp'h^i"«*Sfecl^kvTSteSi^: 

SrSftr Jal'e.^ Ed^ar, V. S. Interstate Com- 
merce Commissfon.-Va. Gamma. Lawyer. 

SfTHth, Ephralm John.-N. H. Alpha. ^Private 
Secretarv to Congressman Frank Plumley. 

Smith, Percy Grey.— D. C. Alpha. Physician 
Tuberculosis Hospital. 

Snow, Chester Ammen, 710 Eighth St. N. W. 
— Va. Delta. Lawyer. ^ „^ -. ^. ^^ n 

Spalding, Edwin W., 618 F St. N. W.-D. C. 

Splfe J^me^s^ Hutchinson, 618 F St. N. W. 

— D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Standlford, Wm. Russell.— W. Va. Alpha. 

Lieutenant, U. S. Army. ^^^^ _ .. _,, 

Stephens, Francis Henry, 1714 Summit PI. 

^ W.-D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 



Stevenson, L. G. — Pa. Alpha. Private Secy. 
Stott, Charles G., 309 Ninth St. N. W.— Pa. 

Theta. Paper Dealer. 
Street, Jr., Daniel B., 1000 Ninth St. N. W.— 

D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Stuart, Alexander T., The Wyoming. — ^D. C. 

Alpha. Asst. Supt. Public Schools, D. C. 
Sturtevant, Charles Lyon, W. L. & T. Bldg. 

— ^D. C. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Suddarth, James L., 817 N. Capitol St.— 

D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Sutherland, Berkeley. — Pa. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Sutllfr, Mllo Hutchinson, 3333 N St. N. W.— 

D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Taylor, David Watson, Quarters R, Navy 

yard. — ^Va. Epsilon. Naval Constructor. 
Tenney, Robert Barnard, Jr., 3108 Que St. 

N. W. — Pa. Theta. Electrical Engineering. 
Thompson, Ernest G., 631 Pennsylvania Ave. 

N. w. — ^D. C. Alpha. Insurance. 
Tubman, James Richard, 1222 Eleventh St. 

N. W.-D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Vail, Benjamin, 1110 Elast Capitol St.— Ind. 

Beta. Dept. Messenger U. S. House of 

Representatives. 
Vance, William Reynolds, 1742 Riggs PI.— 

Va. Beta. Dean George Washington Uni- 
versity Law School. 
Tarring, Harris Henry Sutton, U. S. Army. — 

D. C. Alpha. Lieutenant Colonel, Medical 

Corps, U. S. Army. 
Waldenmaler, Benjamin Charles, 12 Randolph 

PI. N. W.— Ind. Delta. Clerk-Examiner, 

U. S. Civl^, Service Commission. 
Wales, Philip Gray.— D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Watson, Jas. Eli, The Portland.- Ind. Al'^ha. 
Watts, Claude Samuel, 35 Wyatt Bldg.— Ind. 

Alpha. 
Webb, J. Bruce. — D. C. Alpha. 
Wertenbaker, George Leftwich, care of War 

Dept. — Va. Alpha. First Lieutenant, Coast 

Artillery Corps, U. S. Army. 
White, Charles Abiathar, 1908 Thirteenth St. 

N. W.— la. Alpha. 
Wiehie, A. L. V., The Imperial, Columbia 

Road.— N. Y. Gamma. With Scotia Wors- 
ted Mills. 
Williams, J. E. — D. C. Alpha. Treasury Dept. 
Wilson, Lewis Delaware, 316 B St. S. E.— 

D. C. Alpha. Physician. 
Woodward, W. H.— Ind. Beta. Office Secre- 
tary Interior. 
Wormeiie, Ralph, 612 F St. N. W.— D. C. 

Alpha. Patent Attorney. 



FLOBIDA 

DAYTONA 

Abercromble, Abraham Lincoln, Palmette 
Ave. Baptist Manse. — N. Y. Epsilon. Min- 
ister. 

Waite, Leon Masters, Despland Hotel. — N. T. 
Epsilon. Proprietor Hotel. 

FACEVILLE 

Schafer, Fred F., R. F. D. No. 1.— Ohio Beta. 
Leaf Tobacco Business. 

JACKSONVILLE 

Clingerman, Byron Horace. — Ohio Beta. Elec- 
trical Engineer. 

Cooper, James J. G. — ^Va. Beta. Lawyer. 

Cummer, Arthur G., care of Cummer Lum- 
ber Co. — Mich. Alpha. Lumber. 

Cummer, Waldo Emerson, 960 Riverside Ave. 
— Mich. Alpha. Lumber. 

Cunningham, Joseph Robert, Jr., 226 New- 
man.— Va. Gamma. Cashier, Clyde St. 
Johns River Line. 

Dean, Robert L.— Mich. Alpha. Business. 



2'M) 



PHJ KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Gibbs, George Couper, 1838 Riverside Ave.— 
Va. Beta. Lawyer. 

8mlthf Thomas Arthur.— Pa. Kappa. Con- 
struction. 

8tacl(pole, Eibrldge Greer. — Pa. Beta. Supt. 
of Mails, Post Office. 

Wilbur, George Elmer, 1541 Laura St. — Pa. 
Zeta. Instructor. 

Winters, Harry Sunderland, 2024 T^aura St. — 
N. Y. Epsilon. Deputy Collector Internal 
Revenues. 

KEY WEST 

De Forest, John Starr, V. S. Weather Bureau 

Bldg. — Mass. Alplia. Assistant Observer. 
Mohn, Arthur W. — Ohio Alpha. Instructor. 

KIS8IMMEE 

Moseley, Alex Mitchell. — Tenn. Alpha. Sur*- 
veyor. 

LAKE JESSUP 
Chamberlain, John Wesley. — Pa. Gamma. 

OCA LA 

Anderson, Robert Lochridge. — Va. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 
Bittenger, Charles Lewis. — Pa. Eta. Editor. 

ORLANDO 
Judd, Gerrit P. — Pa. Iota. 

PALATKA 
Hay, Thomas Parl<. — Va. Gamma. 

SEABREEZE 
Woodward, Brinton Darlington. — Kan. Alpha. 

SUMPTERVILLE 

Graham, Thomas W. — Miss. Alpha. Fruit 
Grower. 

TAMPA 

Graham, Samuel Willy, 2009 Mitchell St.— 
W. Va. Alpha. Lawyer. 

TENA CEIA 

Phipps, Claiborne McCullough. — Miss. Alplia. 
Student 



OEOBOL/^ 



AUGUSTA 

Gary, William Theodore.— S. C. Alpha. 
Irvine, Jr., John Lewis.— Va. Gamma. 
Lamar, William Pendleton, The Hill.— Va. 
Beta. Lawyer. 

BRUNSWICK 

Brown, Michael, Richmond and George Sts.— 
Va. Beta. Student 

CARTERSVILLE 

McCafferty, William Mace.— Ohio Alpha. Cot- 
ton Manufacturing. 

CLARKSVILLE 
Hayward, Bayard Clinch.- Va. Beta. 

COLUMBUS 

Parish, Jr., Robert Eugene.- Va. Alpha. 
Spencer, Jr., Richard Perry.— Va. Alpha. 

ILiiwyer. 
Worsley, William de Launay, 1316 Third 

Ave. — Va. Alpha. lawyer. 

CRAWFORDSVILLE 
Hlxon, John William.— Tenn. Beta. 

DEMOREST 

Newell, Henry Clinton.— Mass. Alpha. Pres- 
ident, Piedmont College. 

FORT VALLEY 

Russell, Averley Claude Holmes.— Va. Alpha. 
Medical Inspector, U. S. Navy. 

MACON 
Lockett, James William.— Va. Beta. 

MARIETTA. 

Brumby, J. W.— S. C. Alpha. 
Wallace, Jr., Campbell.— Va. Beta. 

MILLEDGEVILLE 
Sanford, Eugene M.— Pa. Alpha. 



ATLANTA 

Angler, Clarence Victor. — Tenn. Beta. 
Calvert, William Thomas. — Miss. Alpha. 

With Hopkins Medical Co. 
Everett, Willis Mead, 6 Gillette.— Pa. Beta? 

Lawyer. 
Fleet, John Seddon, 33 Forrest Ave. — Va. 

Alpha. Instructor. 
Frazer, Edwin Haupt, 100 Angler St.— Ind. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
GIddlngs, Charles Glenvllle, 352 S. Pryor St. 

— Va. Alpha. Student. 
L'Engle, Camillus S. — Va. Beta. 
Myers, Fred C, Box 556. — Ind. Beta. 
Phillips, Robert. — Mies. Beta. 
Slutz, Earl Ransom, 177 Fulton St.— Ohio 

Alpha. Minister. 
Smith, Alexander Campbell. — Va. Delta. 
White, John J., 238 S. Pryor St.— MLss. Alpha. 

Merchant. 
WoiTf, Bernard, 9 Peachtree PI. — Va. Gamma. 

Physician. 
Zahner, Robert. — Pa. Eta. 



SAVANNAH 

Cross, Ernest Samuel, 4 Gaston St. W.— 

N. H. Alpha. Physician. 
Knap, Edwin.— Pa. Epsilon. 
Marsh, Edward Everett.— Ind. Alpha.. 
McAlpln. Henry.— D. C. Alpha. 
Mercer, R. L.— Va. Beta. Merchant. 
Miller, George Henry, 119 York St.— Pa. Beta. 

Lawyer. 
Morrison, William Edward.— N. Y. Delta 



THOMASVILLE 
Herbener, J. H., 120 Dawson St.— Va. Gamma. 

TOCCOA 
McJunkIn, John.— S. C. Alpha. 

WEST POINT 
Reese, Charles.— Pa. Alpha. Physician. 



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231 



IDAHO 



BOISE 

Driscoll, Dean, 1201 Washington. — Neb. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Hess, Adam Konlgmacher, 318 N. Sixth St. 

— la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Joslin, Harry Arthur, 1103 Jefferson. — Neb. 

Alpha. Building Materials. 
Richards, John H. — Ohio Alpha. 
Slaughter, Carl Denton, 1905 N. Tenth St. — 

Neb. Alpha. Building Materials. 
Slaughter, Samuel Charles. — Neb. Alpha. 

Building Supplies. 
Wliils, Harry Douglass, 1318 Eastman St. — 

la. Alpha. Engineer. 

BUHL 

Brink, Hal Loder. — la. Alpha. Liind Devel- 
opment. 

CLARK'S FORK 

Owen, Thomas Jefferson. — Mo. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

CLEAR LAKE 

Marsh, Charles Drennen. — Wis. Alpha. 
Rancher. 

COEUR D'ALENE 

Nevers, John Ralph. — Minn. Beta. Hard- 
ware. 
Tiffany, Fred Lewis. — Minn. Beta. 

EMMETT 

Haugan, John Richard, Box 232.— Wis. Alpha. 
Rancher. 

IDAHO FALLS 

Lawrence, Charles Mott. — Ind. Beta. Educa- 
tional. 

JEROME 

Burky, Charles Rogy. — Neb. Alpha. Draughts- 
man. 

LEWISTON 

Effienger, H. Gerard, care of Lewkston Land 

& Water Co.— Mich. Alpha. 
Keedy, Grafton Tracy. — Pa. Zeta. Rancher. 

MOSCOW FALL 
Howard, Byron Seweli. — Minn. Beta. 

SANDPOINT 

Chapin, Edwin Tuttie, 513 S. First St.— Neb. 
Alpha. Lumberman. 

SOLDIER 

Edgerton, James Edgar. — Neb. Alpha. Real 
Estate. 

TWIN FALLS 

Jaynes, Arthur Winter.— Neb. Alpha. With 
Twin Falls Salmon River Land & Water 
Co. 

WEISER 

Varlan, Bertram Stetson. — Mich. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

ILLINOIS 

ALBION 

Amerson, Wm. Woods. — Ind. Beta. 
Bassett, Arch. — Ind. Beta. 
Ferriman, George. — Ind. Beta. Merchant. 
Fitch, Joel Churchill. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 



ALEDO 

McKlnney, Archibald.— Pa. Gamma. Real 
Estate. 

McKlnney, James.— 111. Gamma. Represent- 
ative in Congress. 



Wheeler, Elbert 
Engineer. 



ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 

Bartlett.— 111. Alpha. 



Civil 



AURORA 



Beiden, Frank Annls.— Wis. Alpha. With 

Herring Milling Co. 
Bucks, Charles Henry.— 111. Alpha. 
Carr, Jesse George.— Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Ewing, William McDonald, 367 Maple Ave.— 

111. Alpha. Minister. 
Fishburn, Donald Brady, 418 La Fayette St. 

— Wis. Alpha. Hardware. 
Hanna, John Paul, 47 Oak Ave.— 111. Alpha. 

Student. 
Hanna, Philip Sidney.— III. Delta. Salesman. 
Havliand, James Thomas, 514 Downer PI. — 

III. Alpha. Student. 
Hopkins, Mark Samuel.— 111. Delta. With A. 

E. & C. Electric Road. 
James, James Charles, 260 Downer PI.— Wis. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
McColium, Albert J.— Mich. Alpha. Real Es- 
tate. 
Plain, Frank George, 127 Downer PI.— Mich. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Quackenbush, Edward Boynton, 280 N. Lake 

St. — 111. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Ruth, Roland W., 400 Downer Pi.— Wis. 

Gamma. Student. 
Selkirk, Ralph William, 215 S. Lincoln Ave. 

— Wis. Gamma. Student. 
Sensenbaugh, Chas. W., 85 Lincoln Ave.— 

Mich. Alpha. Wholesale Coal. 
Smith, William Stewart, 221 S. Fourth St.— 

Mich. Alpha. Machine and Steel Construc- 
tion. 
Staudt, Fred H., 185 Fox St.— Mich. Alpha. 

Mgr. Natural Guano Co. 
Stewart, John, 264 Garfield Ave.— Wis. Alpha. 

Student. 
Todd, Ralph Lalloway, 40 North View St.— 

Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Wilbur, Charles McCoilum, 85 North I^ke 

St.— Wis. Alpha. Railroad Fuel Inspector. 

BATAVIA 

Bradley, James.— Ind. Alpha. Physician. 
Burke, Walter S.— Wis. Gamma. Student. 
More, Carl Newton, 11 Batavia Ave.— Pa. 

Beta. Student. 
Nortwick, John Van.— Mich. Alpha. 
Prindle, Jr., James P., 205 Main St.— Pa. 

Beta, Salesman. 



BELLEVILLE 
Borders, Michael Washington.— 111. Gamma. 

BELVIDERE 

Butterficid, Willis, 620 S. State St.— 111. 
Alpha. Physician. 

Scott, Charles Reuben. — 111. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

Whitman, Frank Spencer, 218 S. State St. — 
111. Beta. Physician. 

BERWYN 

« 

Andrews, Wllber Jerome, 3145 Berkeley Ave. 

—111. Alpha. Real Estate. 
Carson, William Andrew, 3301 Winfleld Ave. 

— III. Alpha. Mercantile Business. 
Hall, John N.— 111. Alpha. Minister. 



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Harradon, Charles Gordon, 3505 Oak Park 

Ave.— 111. Alpha. Student. 
Piper, Charles Edward, 3427 Oak Park Ave. 

—111. Alpha. Supreme Scribe Royal 

X^easrue. 
Piper, Robert Gregory.— 111. Alpha, Student. 
Tuttle, William H.— ill. Alpha. Lawyer. 

BLOOMINGTON 

Cole, Edward W.— Ind. Beta. Merchant. 
Miller, Joslah.- Pa. Alpha. ^Editor. 
Wardle, James Francis.— Ind. B. Merchant. 

BRICKTON 
Grannis, F. C— 111. Alpha. 

CAMBRIDGE 
Street, J. V.— 111. Beta. 

CANTON 

Ingersoll, Charles Dewey, 261 E. Chestnut 
St.— Wis. Alpha. With Parlin & Orendorff 
Co. 

CARBONDALE 

Hanford, George C— N. T. Alpha, 
Harwood, Samuel Ernest.— Ind. Beta. Teach- 

er 
Woodward, Wm. Henry.— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

CARMI 

McCllntock. William Rollo, 306 Stewart St.— 

Ohio Alpha. Real Eatate. 
Patrick, Daniel Hay.— Ind. Alpha. 
Powell, George.— Ind. Beta, 
Williams, James R.— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

CARTHAGE 

Mercer, William Cowan.— Neb. Alpha. Cloth- 
ier. 

CASEY 

Barnett, George Washington.— Ind. Alpha. 

CATLIN 
Church, Ralph Edwin.— 111. Alpha. Student. 

CHAMPAIGN 

Berks, Henry Woodslde.- Kan. Alpha. Bank- 
\xig 

Groves, James Claire.— 111. Delta. Student. 

Harding, Albert Austin, 308 Daniel St.— 111. 
Delta. Director of Bank. 

Houston, John Vernon, 911 S. Fourth St- 
ill. Delta. Student. ^ . 

Newell, Amos J.— Pa. Iota. Physician. 

Swannell, Dan Gardner.— Mich. Alpha. Drugs. 

CHARLESTON 

Crews, Robert A., 967 S. Sixth St.— Pa. 

Kappa. Student. 
Murray, Harry L.— Ind. Alpha. 
Whitlock, M. Horton, 710 Monroe St.— Ohio 

Alpha. Physician. 

CHICAGO 

Abbey. Charles Peters, 143 Dearborn St- 
ill. Beta. Lawyer. 

Abel, Almon Clarence.— 111. Alpha. Minister. 

Abeil, Oliver John, 84 Van Buren St (Chi- 
cago Heights).— Ohio Epsllon. Manufactur- 
ing ____ 

Albertson, Charles Quincy, 124 Walnut St— 
Wis. Alpha. 



Albery, Herman W., 6 Powell Ave. — Ohio 

Delta. Electrical Engrineer. 
Algeo, Harold Leigh, 4050 Kenmore Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Anderson, Wm. T., care of Bumham & Co., 

The Rookery. — Md. Alpha. 
Atterldge, Harold Richard, 606 Belden Ave. — 

111. Beta. Writer of Comedy. 
Austin, William Baden, 167 Dearborn St. — 

Ind. Gamma. Lawyer and Broker. 
Balmer, Edwin, 1045 Hollywood Ave. — 111. 

Alpha. Author. 
Balmer, Julius P., 1433 First National Bank 

Bldg. — 111. Alpha. Advertising. 
Barber, Vergil Casslus, 35 S. Clark St— Neb. 

Alpha. With Randolph Box & Label Co. 
Bartelme, John Henry, Hamilton Court. — 

Mich. Alpha. Receiving Teller, Foreman 

Bros. Banking Co. 
Bartholomew, Elmer Jefferson, 161 State St 

— N. Y. Beta. Phyeician. 
Batten, Ralph E., 100 Washington St. — Mich. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Battin, William Ingram, Twenty-fifth and 

I^omis Sts. — Pa. Kappa. Supf . Gas Works. 
Beckman, Henry Ray. — Ind. Alpha. Report- 
er. Chicago Daily News. 
Beeson, Charles Henry, University of Chi- 
cago. — Ind. Beta. Instructor. 
Belknap, Robert E., 305 Western Union Bldg. 

— Md. Alpha. Steel. 
Bell, Wakeman Clark, 4903 Evanston Ave. — 

Ohio Delta. Civil Engineer. 
Bennettf Carroll Guernsey, 344 Walnut Ave., 

Austin Sta. — Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Biggs, Vernon Alfred, 6625 South Blvd., Aus- 
tin Sta. — N. H. Alpha. Real Estate Broker. 
Blair, Milton Johnston, 6344 Lakewood Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Bliss, George Custer, 6636 Lexington Ave. — 

111. Beta. Student 
Bonney, Ellis Moss, Room 1105, 134 Monroe 

St. — Mich. Alpha. Insurance. 
Borncamp, Charles Jacob, 42 River St. — 

Minn. Beta. 
Bosiey, M. E., 511 N. State St.— N. Y. Alpha. 

Student. 
Bowen, John Reed. — N. T. Alpha. 
Bradley, James C. F., 710, 206 La Salle St — 

Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Bradley, Ralph R., 627 The Rookery. — Mich. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Brant, Henry Whittlngton, 809 Monadnock 

Bldg. — Ohio Alpha. Lawyer. 
Brewer, Fabian Seckel, 3905 W. Twelfth St 

—Wis. Alpha. Real Estate. 
Brodix, Franklin Thomas. — Ind. Beta. Real 

Estate. 
Bronson, Leonard, 315 Dearborn St — ^Wis. 

Gamma. Mgr. Lumber Assn. 
Brown, Amasa Kellogg, 24 S. Clinton St. — 

Mich. Alpha. Metal Gaskets. 
Brushingham, Rev. John Patrick, 4703 N. 

Winchester Ave.— 111. Alpha. Minister. 
Bundy. Irving, 2239 Campbell Park — ^N. Y. 

Epfiilon. Instructor. 
Bunge, Ernest J., 1304 Washington Blvd. — 

Wis. Gamma. 
Burke, Edmund Wesley, 1002, 140 Dearborn 

St.— III. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Burton, Frank Johnson, 3421 Fulton St — ^Ind. 

Beta. Railroad Ticket Agent 
Bushneli, Carl Caleb, 85 Fifth Ave;— 111. Beta, 

Remodeling Contractor. 
Butterworth, William Miller, 161 La Salle St 

— Ind. Beta. lawyer. 
Buzzeli, Edgar Augustus, 901 Hartford Bldg. 

—111. Beta. Lawyer. 
Cady, Arthur Cowan, 2239 Campbell Park. — 

N. Y. Epsilon. Mail Carrier. 
Canning, Harry William, 5635 Lexington Ave, 

—111. Beta. Student 



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Garden, James, 1934 Belmont Ave. — Wis. 

Alpha. 
Carey, John William, 3933 Grand Blvd.— Mich. 

Alpha. Lumber. 
Gary, Luclan Herbert, 266 S. Fifty-first St. — 

Wis. Gamma. Instructor. 
Castle, Sidney Lester, 627 N. Central Ave., 

Austin. — Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Gastle, Ward Ghurch, 1136, 9 Jackson Blvd. — 

Wis. Alpha. Banking. 
Ghapin, Robert. — Md. Alpha. 
Ghase, James Garson, 646 W. Forty-sixth St. 

—Mich. Alpha. With Swift & Co. 
Ghllds, John Scott, 122 S. Jefferson St— Pa. 

Iota. Superintendent. 
Ghurch, Archibald, 6 Adams St. — ^Wis. Alpha. 

Physician. 
Glarke, WllUam George, 2207 W. Van Buren 

St.— 111. Alpha, Hotel. 
Goad, W. Tucker, 100 Washington St.— Mich. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Gochrane, Robert, 360 Ontario St. — Ohio 

Gamma. With Marshall Field & Co. 
Gole, Harry Arthur, 324 Dearborn St.— Mich. 

Alpha. 
Gollins, Rufus George, 6069 State St.— Wis. 

Gamma. Physician. 
G6ok, Arthur Bell, 27 B. Lake St— Mich. 

Alpha. Wall Paper. 
Gookson, Joseph Edward, 682 W. Diversey 

Ave. — Ind. Beta. Bookkeeper. 
Gooling, Wallln Freeman, 1431 Monticello 

Ave. — ^Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Gemellus, Martin P., 1208 Michigan Ave.— 

Ill Beta. Lawver 
Goy,' Harry Irus, 3109 B. Ninety -second St. 

-^Dl. Beta. Groceries. 
Goy, Lincoln Manchester, 79 Dearborn St. — 

m. Beta. Lawyer. 
Grafts, Harry Kent, Legal Dept., Armour & 

Co. — Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Gralg, Gordon M., 666 Railway Exchange 

Bldg.— Minn. Beta. With Erie R. R. 
Graven, Edward Stanley, 4742 Sheridan Road. 

—111. Alpha. With F. A. Hardy & Co. 
Gronkhlte, Ghrlstopher G., 102 W. Seventy- 
second St. — Ind. Gamma. Physician. 
Grow, Louis Walter, 1113 Belmont Ave. — Wis. 

Gamma. Lumber. 
Guller, Aaron Andrew, 1707 Marquette Bldg. 

— Ohio Beta. Architectural Engineer. 
Gunnlngham, Ralph Simmons. — Pa. Alpha. 
Gurtiss, John Ghrlstlleb, 7 W. Randolph St. — 

III. Beta. Department Manager. 
Gurtis, Lewis E. — la. Gamma. 
Guster, Jacob R., 811 The Rookery. — Pa. 

E}psilon. Lawyer. 
David, Vernon Gyrenlus, 908, 72 Madison St. 

— Mich. Alpha. Physician. 
Davis, George G.i 318 S. Central Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. Manufacturer. 
Davis, Will J., Illinois Theater.— Ind. Delta. 

Theatrical. 
Day, William Burchard, 2620 Armour Ave. — 

111. Beta. Asst. Cashier Standard Varnish 

Works. 
Dencer, Frederick William, 4046 N. Spring- 
field Ave. — Ind. Delta. Engineer. 
Dennis, Herbert Wilson, 760 Graceland Ave. — 

III. Delta. Student ^^ 

Dixon, George William, 299 Fifth Ave.^=!IT. 

Alpha. VIce-Pres. Arthur Dixon Tr. Co. 
Dixon, Thomas John, 3132 Calumet Ave. — 111. 

Alpha. Teaming. 
Dodge, Joseph, 740 Marquette Bldg. — Wis. 

Alpha. Salesman. 
Dornblaser, Thomas Franklin, 2249 Hamilton 

Ct— Ohio Beta. Minister. 
Drake, Gharles Francis. — Mich. Alpha. 
Dudley, Oscar Thompson, 439 The Rookery. 

— wis. Gamma. Estimator. 
Dunne, Edward Francis, 3127 Beacon St. — 
Mich. Alpha. Student. 



Dunne, Richard Joseph, 3127 Beacon St. — 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Durand, Herbert Gasslus, Chicago Daily 

News.— 111. Beta. City Editor. 
Durborrow, Clarence Edward, lo44 W. Adams 

St. — Ind. Beta. Salesman. 
Durborrow, Gonrad Boyer, 1544 W. Adams 

St. — Ind. Beta. Merchant' 
Eckstrom, Royce Paul, 838 Crescent Place. — 

III. Alpha. Newspaper. 
Eggart, G. A., 1246 Wilcox Ave.— la. Alpha. 
Elsdon, James Gilbert, 119 Monroe St. — 111. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
Emerson, Gharles Warren, Union Club.— Wis. 

Gamma. Asst. City Editor, Tribune. 
Ernst, Hugo Gharles E.— 111. Beta. With 

Marshall Field & Co. 
Evans, Raymond Owen, 279 Dearborn St — 

la. Delta. Investment Banking. 
Everingham, Edward Lyman. — Wis. Alpha. 

Grain Commission Business. 
Farr, Gharles Walker, 3922 N. Forty-second 

Ct. — Ind. Alpha. Teacher. 
Fauver, H. W., Diamond Rubber Co. — Ohio 

Epsilon. 
Fellows, Wm. K., 1733 Marquette Bldg.— N. 

Y. Gamma. Architect. 
Field, Rosweli Martin, 4747 Magnolia Ave. — 

Mo. Alpha. Writer. 
Finney, Samuel, 715 Board of Trade Bldg. — 

Ind. Gamma. Grain Commissioner. 
Fitch, Edward Ghurchlli, 822. 119 Monroe St 

— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Flower, Louis B., 732 California Terrace. — 

Wis. Alpha. 
Follansbee, Aianson, 414, 205 La Salle St. — 

111. Beta, 
Forsythe, Walter, 7714 Langley Ave. — ^Pa. 

Alpha. Minister. 
Foster, Alonzo D., 171 Washington St.— 111. 

Beta. Manufacturer. 
Foster, Frank Henry, 535, 108 La Salle St — 

Wis. Alpha. Contractor. 
Frake, James, 88 La Salle St.— 111. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Gage, Jr., Gharles Henry, 654 N. Willow Ave. 

—Wis. Alpha. 
Gage, Frank James, 700 Lake St. — ^Wls. 

Gamma. Music (Wholesale). 
Gartslde, John L., 4329 Drexel Blvd.— 111. 

Beta. Advertising. 
George, Evans P.. 850, 324 Dearborn St. — N. 

Y. Gamma. Salesman. 
Gould, Aaron Joe, 719 Marquette Bldg. — Ind. 

Beta. Advertising. 
Grass ie, Henry Hoi brook, care of Florsheim 

Shoe Co. — wis. Gamma. Salesman. 
Gray, Gordon L., Home Insurance Bldg. — 

Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Gray, Philip Marshall, 51 E. Division St— 

N. H. Alpha. Student. 
Gregg, Joseph. — S. C. Alpha. 
Gunder, Jean Daniel, 1809 Sheridan Road. — 

111. Alpha. Student 
Haarvlg, Lawrence Mortimer, 2397 Clarendon 

Ave. — 111. Beta. Insurance. 
Hagar, Edward McKIm, 1434, 115 Adams St 

— N. Y. Alpha. Cement. 
Hail, WInfield Scott, 2431 Dearborn St— III. 

Alpha. Instructor. 
Hailinan, Gharles Thomas, Tribune. — N. H. 

Alpha. Editorial Writer. 
Haisted, Joseph, 4752 Beacon St — Mich. 

Alpha. Pres. Joseph Haisted Co. 
Hamilton, Gordon G., 458 E. Thirty-third St. 

— N. Y. Alpha. 
Hanchett, David Scott, 5208 JefTerson Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Student 
Hanchett, Russel G., The Shenandoah. — Wis. 

Alpha. Student. 
Hanna, James Richmond, 464 Cleveland Ave. 

— Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Harriman, Seelye Page, 4917 Lake Ave. — 111. 
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Harrlman, Karl Edwin, 401, 160 State St. 
Mich. Alpha. Editor. 
Harvey, Edwin Lawrence, 99 Van Buren St. 

—III. Alpha. With Harvey & McGuire. 
Hartman, Raymond Francis, 118 MlchiKan 

St. — 111. Alpha. Salesman. 
Hauqan, Charles Marius, 1173 Demingr PL — 

Wis. Alpha. Banking. 
Heart, William Raymond, care of C, B. & Q. 

R. R.— Neb. Alpha. 
Hedge, Harry Malcome, 847 Winthrop Ave. — 

III. Alpha. Student. 
Henson, Charles Weber, 373 Dearborn St. — 

III. Beta. Printing. 
Hert, Klah Owen, 355 Dearborn St. — Ind. 

Beta. Auditor. 
Hlldreth, Ward, 5707 Washington Ave.— Neb. 

Alpha. Automobile. 
Holmes, Daniel Jonathan. — III. Alpha. With 

Marshall Field & Co. 
Holt, George Nelson, 713 Fine Arts Bldg.— 

Wis. Gamma. Reporter. 
Hopkins, Albert Jarvis, Jr., 710, 206 La Salle 

St. — 111. Beta. Insurance. 
Hopkins, James Stolp, Palmer House. — Wis. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Hoyne, Thomas Temple, 3141 Forest Ave. — 

111. Beta. Writer and Editor. 
Hudson, Charles, Fort Dearborn Bldg. — Mich. 

Alpha- lAwyer. 
Hull, Arthur Mattoon, 1431 Monadnock Bldg. 

— Wis. Gamma. Editor. 
Hutchlns, Dimmitt Cooper, 907. 140 Dearborn 

St. — Ohio Alpha. Lawyer. 
Jackson, Marshall Shaw, 40 Dearborn St. — 

Minn. Beta. Salesman. 
James, John Waiter, Zion City.— S. C. Alpha. 
Jeffrls, Frederick James, Chicago Athletic 

Assn. — Wis. Gamma. Lumber. 
Johnson, Hervey Pettlt. — Ohio Alpha. Drug- 
gist. 
Johnson, Howard White, 5836 Monroe Ave. — 

111. Beta. 
Johnston, James W., 454 E. Forty-second St. 

— Mich. Alpha. 
Johnston, Robert Clapham. — Md. Alpha. 
Johnston, R. 3., 900. 169 Jackson Blvd.— Pa. 
Theta. With Star & Crescent Milling Co. 
Johnston, William Waiter, 1012, 140 Dearborn 

St. — 111. Beta. Lawyer. 
Jolce, Clyde Morton, 6326 Prairie Ave.— 111. 

Beta. Student. 
Jones, Willis Siiliman, 215 Dearborn St.— 

Ohio Delta. 
Kalk, Charles N.— Wis. Alpha. Civil Engi- 
neer. 
Kaufmann, Gustav Leonard, 934 Center St. — 

m. Alpha. Physician. 
Keehn, Roy D., 409 Rector Bldg. — Ind. Beta. 

Lawyer. 
Keith, Carl, 912 Madison St.— Electrical Sup- 
plies. 
Kelsey, James C. — Kan. Alpha. With Kel- 
logg Switchboard Co. 
Kenyon, William Squire, 1 Park Row. — la. 

Alpha. lawyer 
King, Richard Samuel, 209 State St.— 111. 

Beta. Mining. 
Klaner, Jr., Fred Alfred, 1253 N. Clark St.— 

Wis. Alpha. Undertaking. 
Knight, Charles P., Holland Hotel.— Ind. 

Gamma. 
Kohl, Fred Wm., 746 Jackson Blvd.— Ind. 

Alpha. Commission Merchant. 
Konsberg, Edgar Theodore, 81, 240 La Salle 

St. — 111. Alpha. Stock and Bond Broker. 
Larmer, David Welty, 5101 Kenmore Ave. — 
III. Delta. Student. 

Lazear, Weston Bross, 3146 Vernon Ave. — 
111. Delta. Civil Engineer. 

Lesh, Llewellyn Boyd, 1649 Marquette Bldg. 
— Ind. Alpha. Pres. Lesh & Matthews Lum- 
ber Co. 



— LIngle, David Judson. 1017 E. Fifty-fourth 



PI.— 111. Beta. Instructor. 
Loomis, Frederick S.— Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Mabie, Abram Emmons, 811-12 Ashland Blk. 

— 111. Beta. Lawyer. 
MacDonald, George Alan.— 111. Alpha. Edi- 
tor, Chicago Journal. 
MacHarg, Malcolm, 4500 Beacon St.— Mich. 

Alpha. Sales Dept.. Allis-Chalmers Co. 
MacHarg, Wm. Briggs, 4500 Beacon St.— 

Mich. Alpha. Writer. 
Maddigan, Roy J., 6951 Vernon Ave.— 111. 

Beta. Advertising Solicitor. 
Mann, Franklin, 900 The Rookerv.— la. Alpha. 

Insurance. 
Manss. William Henry, 4008 Sheridan Road.— 
111. Beta. Head or National Wool Ware- 
house & Storage Co.. 77 Jackson Blvd. 
Marquis, George Paull, 103 State St.— Pa. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Marsh, James Gorton, 3231 Vernon Ave. — 

111. Beta. Lumber Salesman. 
Marshall, Philip L., 4612 Woodlawn Ave.— 

Mich. Alpha. 
Martin, Wilton B., 232 Monadnock Blk.— Wis. 

Gamma. Investments. 
Matlack, Joseph Alexander.— III. Alpha. 
Matthews, Abner Harding.- 111. Gamma. 
McAullff, George, 416 E. Forty-sixth St.— 111. 

Beta. Physician. 
McClurkIn, John Martin, 6130 Monroe Ave.— 

Ind. Beta. Merchant. 
McCoiium, George A., 634 W. Sixty-ninth St. 

—Mich. Alpha. Manufacturer. 
McConnell, John C, 820. 189 La Salle St.— 

111. Beta. Real Estate. 
McGowan, George Edward, 740 Winthrop Ave. 

—111. Beta. With Franklin McVeagh Co. 
McGrath, Edwin Frank, 5719 Indiana Ave.— 

111. Beta. Student. 
Mc Ken nan, Wm.— Pa. Alpha. I-awyer. 
McLennan, Wm. Etrldge, 1623 Sunnyslde 

Ave.— III. Alpha. Minister. 
McMahan, Charles Edward.— Pa. Zeta. 
McQuigg, Frederick Willis, 214 E. MadLson 
St.— 111. Alpha. Copy Reader, Chicago 
American. 
Meigs, Merrill Church, 521 Wabash Ave. — 111. 
Beta. Printing and Engraving Salesman. 
Mercer, Frank Campbell, 1919 Wrightwood 

Ave.— Wis. Alpha. Lumber. 
Mitchell, John H., 1480, 84 Van Buren St.— 

N. Y. Alpha. 
Moore, Charles Chesterfield, 240 La Salle St. 

—III. Beta. With J. J. Townsend. 
Morley, Ebor Lyth, 5718 Winthrop Ave.— Wis. 

Alpha. Engineer. 
Morris, F. T. Thomas, Jr., 2486 N. Paulina 
St.— 111. Alpha. Member Arm of Morris & 
Son. 
Morse, Charles H., Jr.. 1132 E. Fortv-ninth 

St.— Mich. Alpha. Manufacturing. 
Morsman, Joseph Henry, 12042 S. Peoria St. 
(West Pullman).— Mich. Alpha. V. P. Car- 
ter White Lead Co. 
Moulding, Joseph Watkins, 1202 Chamber of 
Commerce Bldg.— 111. Alpha. Brick Man- 
ufacturing. 
Murry, Murdo.— Kan. Alpha. With Mandel 
Bros. 

Neff, Theodore Lee, 1361 E. Fifty-sixth St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Instructor. 
Neir, Earl R., 3515 W. 15th St.— Ohio Epsilon. 

With Automatic Telephone Co. 
Newman, Frank Rogers, 715 Monadnock.— 

111. Alpha. Traveling Freight Agent. 
NImmons, George Croll, 1733 Marquette 

Bldg. — Ohio Gamma. Architect. 
Nicholson, George Thomas, 4922 Washington 

Ave. — Kan. Alpha. R. R. 
North, Howard M.— la. Alpha. 
Offield, Charles K., 1227 Monadnock Blk.— 

111. Alpha. Patent Attorney. 



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Offieid, James R., 1227 Monadnock Blk. — 

Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Ohis, Harry Garnsey, 927 Lawrence Ave. — 

Mich. Alpha. Physician. 
Orr, Harvey D., 2944 Warren Ave. — Ohio 

Gamma. Theatrical. 
Pace, Charles Anderson, 2803 N. Paulina St. 

—III. Alpha. 
Page, Cecil, 206 La Salle St.— Mich. Alpha. 

lawyer. 
Page, Edwin, 565 Dearborn St.— N. Y. Alpha. 
Parker, J. W., 6731 Union Ave.— Ind. Beta. 

Merchant. 
Parkes, Charles Herbert, 1904 Lincoln Ave. 

— III. Alpha. Physician. 
Patton, Edgar Allen, 4103 Kenmore Ave. — 

Ind. Gamma. Salesman. 
Paulsen, William Albert, 55 Wentworth Ave. 

—Wis. Beta. 
Perry, Arba Thomas, 187 E. Twenty-ninth 

St. — Ind. Gamma. Banking. 
Phelps, William Lee, 4610 Ellis Ave.— Ohio 

Beta Broker 
Piatt, k. M., 200 Western Union Bldg.— Wis. 

Alpha. Sales Agent. 
Pole, James Sinclair, 210 S. Park Ave., Aus- 
tin Sta. — Wis. Alpha. Engineer. 
Porter, Edgar S., 3336 W. Madison St.— Ind. 

Alpha. 
Porter, Francis Gates, 168 Michigan Ave. — 

111. Alpha. Manufacturer. 
Powell, Burton Stanhope, 5201 Madison Ave. 

— Cal. Beta. Pres. The Windermere Press. 
Powell, Doane. — Neb. Alpha. Artist. 
Powers, Percy Amos, 518 Washington Blvd. 

— Neb. Alpha. Contractor. 
Pratt, George Nathaniel, 4119 Kenmore Ave. 

— la. Alpha. Physician. 
Preble, Eber C, 2301 W. Congress St.— Mich. 

Alpha. With Benjamin Electric Mfg. C^., 

42 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Preble, Robert Bruce, 1308, 103 State St. — 

Mich. Alpha. Physician. 
Pruitt, Andrew James, 711, 145 I^ Salle St. 

— Ind. Alpha. Contractor and Builder. 
Pruitt, Raymond S., 4907 Kenmore Ave.— 111. 

Alpha. Student. 
Randall, Edwin Jarvis, 4245 Washington 

Blvd.— N. Y. Delta. Minister. 
Randle, Guy Drummond, Councilman Bldg. — 

111. Beta. Broker. 
Randle, Hanson F., Councilman Bldg. — 111. 

Beta. Broker. 
Raymond, Jules Norton, 1706 Wilson Ave. — 

111. Alpha. With E. L. Ewing Co. 
Raymond, S. B., Auditorium Annex. — 111. 

Alpha. 
Reeble, Arthur William, 4747 Kenmore Ave. 

— Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Reeves, David Wilson. — la. Delta. 
Renwick, J. Stewart, Room G, The Rookery. 

— 111. Delta. Brokerage. 
Reynolds, Harry Hern, 1205 Monadnock Bldg. 

— Wis. Alpha. Automobile Specialties. 
Rush, George Frederick, 100 Washington St. 

— Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Russell, Earl Paul, 2017 Indiana Ave. — Kan. 

Alpha. With Marshall Field & Co. 
Rider, Carlos Bangs, 6565 Yale Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. With Western Electric Co. 
Robertson, Francis Hamilton, Fine Arts Bldg. 

— Kan. Alpha. Treas. Brown-Robertson 

Co. 
Rodgers, John L., Chamber of Commerce 

Bldg. — Pa. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Sass, Fred, 1414 Fort Dearborn Bldg.— 111. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
Sass, George, 184 La Salle St.— III. Beta. 

Lawyer. 
Schillo, Edwin William, 1720 Crilly Court.— 

111. Delta. Student. 
Schnur, George Edward, 910 Airdrle PI. — 111. 

Beta. Trunks. 



Schrandenback, Harry Mills, 3748 Map^e 

Square Ave.— 111. Beta. With Chicago Ex- 
aminer. 
Scoble, Wm. Dunston. — Ind. Beta. Salesman. 
Seger, John Parker, Federal Bldg. — 111. Beta. 

Bank Clerk Special, Money Order Div. 
Sencenbaugh, Carlos W., 5101 Kimbark Ave. 

— Mich. Alpha. Coal. 
Seyl, Peter Walter, 1800 N. Clark St.— 111. 

Delta. Student. 
Shaver, Harry Lloyd, 503 Ashland Blk.— 111. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Shaw, Slremba, 1539 W. Jackson Blvd.— 111. 

Gamma. Physician. 
Sheean, James M., 940 Rookery Bldg. — Wis. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 
Sherman, John, Jr., 5635 Lexington Ave. — 

D. C. Alpha. 
Shipnes, Wllford C, 1618 Ashland Block.— 

Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Short, Omar Burgess. — III. Beta. 
Shrlber, George, 822 First National Bank 

Bldg. — Ohio Gamma. Lawyer. 
Shringer, Harwood Henry.— N. Y. Alpha. 
Sikes, George Gushing, 61 South Central Ave. 

— Minn. Alpha. Journalist. 
Simmons, Russell Mix, 1202 First National 

Bank Bldg.— Mich. Alpha. Banker. 
Simpson, William Haskell, 1118 Railway Ex- 
change Bldg. — Kan. Alpha. Advertising 

Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry. System. 
Slocum, John Ainslie, 2238 Kenmore Ave. — 

111. Alpha. Furniture. 
Smallwood, W. Thornton, 7808 Tnlon Ave. — 

N. Y. Beta. Teacher 
Smith, Arthur Ford, 5626 Kimbark Ave.— 111. 

Beta. Salesman. 
Smith, Curtis Quincy, 5530 Cornell Ave. — Wis. 

Gamma. Insurance. 
Smith, Frank Carpenter. — Mich. Alpha. Sec- 
retary Carter White D^ad Co., 452 The 

Rookery. 
Smith, Guy Vincent, care of Chicago Daily 

News. — Ind. Beta. Advertising Solicitor. 
Snedicor, Marshall Donnelly, 138 Jackson 

Blvd. — Minn. Alpha. Agent Western Union 

Bldg. 
Snitzer, James McCllntock, 4811 Sheridan 

Road.— 111. Beta. 
Snow, Shirley Clifford, 60 S. Central Ave.— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Scares, Theodore Gerald, 5541 Lexington Ave. 

— Minn. Beta. Instructor. 
Southard, Dan Brouse, 1021 E. Forty-flfth St. 

—111. Beta. 
Springer, George Ward, 1204. 206 La Salle St. 

— 111. Alpha. Asst. Business Manager. 
Stafford, Edward J. E., 3925 Grand Blvd.— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Starett, William Aitken, 2336 N. Clark St.— 

Pa. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Steffens, Joseph Ward. — Minn. Alpha. 
Steffens, Walter Lloyd.— Ind. Delta. Student. 
Stevens, Edward James, Marquette Bldg. — 

Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Stone, Vincent, 200 Adams St.— 111. Alpha. 

Dry Goods. 
Strohm, John Guy, 356 Lincoln Ave. — Neb. 

Alpha. Student. 
Strom, Eugene, N., 584 Midway Park, Austin 

Sta. — Mich. Alpha. Engineer. 
Sturgeon, Edward Tyler, 5635 Lexington Ave. 

— 111. Beta. Student. 
Sullivan, Robert Brent, 240 La Salle St.— 111. 

Beta Brokera&re 
Sullivan, William S.', 318 Ashland Blvd.— Mich. 

Alpha. Engineer. 
Sweetnam, A. H., 115 Dearborn St. — Ind. 

Delta. Electrical Engineer. 
Taylor, Chester HIgbee, 5538 Kenmore Ave. 

—111. Alpha. With Halsey Drug Co. 
Templeton, Fred, 516 Thirty-sixth St.— 111. 

Betai. Secy. Packing Co. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Tennent, Edgar Goodspeed, 4408 Mlchlsran 
Ave.— Wis. Gamma. Dept. Mgr. Roths- 
child & Co. 

Terry, Harry William, 158 E. Klnzle St.— 
N. Y. Beta. Eh^rlneer. * 

Thalne, Richard Jeness, Oak Park.— Mich. 
Alpha. Student. 

Thomas, Frederick Bradley, 1214 E. Forty- 
sixth St. — 111. Beta. Bond Salesman. 

Thomas, Samuel Binford, Lexlngrton Hotel.— 
Ind. Gamma. Theatrical Manager. 

Tobin, Richard Griswold, care of Inter Ocean. 
— la. Alpha. Sporting Dept. 

Topping, Wendell, 811, 99 Washington St.— 
111. Beta. Real Estate. 

Tracy, Lvndon HIckok, 1354 Berw3m Ave. — 
Wis. Alpha. Life Insurance. 

TrIggs, Oscar Lovell. — Minn. Beta. 

Tunell, George Gerard, 1012 Railway EIx- 
change Bldg. — Minn. Beta. 

Vail, Karl V., 1444 Wilson Ave.— 111. Alpha. 

Verree, James Edward, 610, 112 Dearborn St. 
— Pa. Kappa. Newspaper representative. 

Wade, Stoops Carlisle, 619 W. Sixty-sixth PI. 
— la. Alpha. With Universal Portland Ce- 
ment Co. 

Walker, Jr., Sydney, 4748 Winthrop Ave.— 111. 
Beta. Medicine. 

Wallace, Archie Greme, 1921 Morse Ave. — 
111. Delta. Student. 

Walser, Edward William, 145 S. Central Ave., 
Austin Sta.— Wis. Alpha. Engineering. 

Walser, Joseph J., 42 S. Central Ave., Aus- 
tin Sta. — Mich. Alpha. Asst. Supt. Goss 
Printing Press Co. 

Walsh, John James, 150 W. Kinzie St.— HI. 
Beta. Salesman. 

Warne, George Beckwith, 4203 Evahs Ave. — 

la. Alpha. Physician. 
Watson, Peter W., 1500 Wilson Ave.— Wis. 

Alpha. Student. 
White, Frederic Sanford, 151 Wabash Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Groceries. 
Whitfield, Wm. Victor, 7300 Princeton Ave.— 

Wis. Gamma. Western Representative 

Sterling Varnish Co. 
Whiting, David, 3568 Grand Blvd.— Mich. 

Alpha. 
Whiting, Lawrence Harley, 6531 Kimbark 

Ave. — 111. Beta. Student. 
Whittier, Clarke Butler, 5601 Woodlawn 

Ave. — Cal. Alpha. Instructor. 
Wilcox, Robert Bruce, 1024 W. Adams St. — 

Mich. Alpha. Engineer. 
Wllk, Jr., Frederick Lewis, 1923 Berry Ave.— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Wilkinson, George Lawrence, Marquette Bldg. 

— D. C. Alpha. Patent Attorney. 
Willis, Bernard Darwin, 916 Oakwood Blvd. 

— la. Alpha. Electrical EInglneer. 
Winger, Stanley DuBols, 4447 Indiana Ave. — 

Ohio Beta. Sales Engineer. 

Woods, Edward G., 409 Rector Bldg.— 111. 
Beta. Lawyer. 

Wrenn, William B., 2d floor, Rookery. — 111. 

Beta. Broker. 
Wylie, Edgar Henry, 4214 Oakenwald Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Commission. 
Wyman, Clifton L., 1320 First National Bank 

Bldg.— Ohio Epsilon. With Willard Stor- 
age Battery Co. 
Wynne, Lloyd, 959 N. Park Ave.— 111. Alpha, 

Student. 
Young, Benjamin Carey, 9612 Longwood Blvd. 

— 111. Delta. E^igineer. 
Young, James Nicholas, 9612 Longwood Blvd. 

—111. Delta. Civil Engineer. 
Young, Jared Wilson, LaClede Bldg.— 111. 

Alpna. 
Yount, Joseph Sterling, 348 Root St.; 523 W. 

Sixty-third St.— HI. Alpha. Physician. 



CHICAGO HEIGHTS 

Blanchard, Herman S., 1415 Aberdeen St.— 
Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 

CHRISMAN 

"®4'*'J^i'"*'" Francis.- Ind, Gamma. Dep- 
uty Collector Internal Revenue. 

CUTLER 
Gordon, J. B.— 111. Gamma. 

DANVILLE 

^^Vf"i Clarence Henry, 41 Vermilion St.— 

Mich. Alpha. Drugs. 
Hendrlch, Frank E., 323 VermiUion St.— Ind. 

Gamma. Merchant. 
McCann, George C, 608 Temple.— Ind. Delta. 

Dental Surgeon. 
McNeill, George William, 108 W. Seminary.- 

Ind. Alpha. Grocery. 
Quick, Charles Albert, 710 Grant St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Teacher. 
Webster, John Wesley, 602 N. Robinson St— 

Ind. Alpha. Secy. Fidelity Investment and 

Bldg. Assn. 

DECATUR 

Gllmore, William Ferdinand.— Ohio Alpha. 
Minister. 

Lapham, Joseph, 347 W. North.— N. T. Alpha, 

Shoes. 
Neustadt, George Auerbach, 312 MoellerBldg. 

—la. Alpha. Adv. Mgr. R. M. Neuatadt & 

Sons. 
Neustadt, Bertholdt Robert, 312 MoellerBldg. 

—Minn. Beta. Merchant. 
Randie, Foster Stookey, 731 W. Prairie Ave. 

—Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Sharpe, Waiter Stakes.— HI. Beta. Physician. 

DIXON 

Lord, Frank Edwin, 211 E. Fellows St.— Wis. 

Alpha. With Otis Elevator Co. 
Miller, Guy Garfield, 203 Everett St.— 111. 

Delta. Farming. 
Rogers, Oliver M., 408 E. First St.— 111. Alpha. 

Printing. 
Rosbrook, Harrison Willard.— Wis. Alpha. 

DWIGHT 
Oughton, James H — ^111. Beta. Physician. 

EARLVILLE 

Dupee, Frank W.— Wis. Gamma. Merchan- 
dise. 

Dupee, John Alden*— Wis. Gamma. Merchan- 
dise. 

Taylor, Irvine.— Wis. Gamma, 

Vogeisberg, Henry Thomas.— Wis. Gamma. 

WiTey, Robert A.— Wis. Gamma. Student. 

EAST ST. LOUIS 

Chapman, Daniel Ward.— 111. Delta. 

Smith, George Messenger, 609 N. Thirty-third 

St.— N. Y. Epsilon. Student. 
Williams, Byron P., First National Bank 

Bldg.— Pa. Alpha. 
Wright, Wirt, 3101 Virginia PL— Wis. Gamma. 

Banking. 

ELEANORE 

Mitchell, Herbert.— 111. Gamma. 
Paine, William.- 111. Gamma. 



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ELGIN 

Bosworthf Alfred, Highland and Woodland 

Ave. — 111. Beta. Retired. 
Bosworth, Wm. Eugene. — III. Beta. 
Craven, Alfred, 204 Dearborn St.— HI. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Rice, Henry Armlngton, 838 Douglas Ave. — 

Mich. Alpha. Vice-Pres. Star Mfg. Co. 
Williams, Clarence Foss, 627 Douglas Ave. — 

m. Delta. Student 
Williams, Lloyd Garrison, 627 Douglas Ave. — 

m. Delta. Student. 

ELK GROVE 
Martin, J. E.— HI. Alpha. 

EVAN8TON 



Alabaster, John Lewis, 719 Noyee St. — 111. 

Alpha. Furniture. 
Bass, James Kelley, 1027 Grove St. — 111. 

Alpha. Manufacturing Electrical Motors. 
Bass, Perkins Burnham, 1027 Grove St — 111. 

Alpha. Real EiState. 
Boner, Charles Clarence, 911 Greenleaf. — ^111. 

Alpha. Chemist 
Brown, Lothrop Lee, 1213 Michigan Ave. — ^111. 

Alpha. Real Estate. 
Burt, William Qrlswold, 1423 Chicago Ave. 

— 111. Alpha. Salesman. 
Butler, Albert Edwin, 1509 Chicago Ave.— 111. 

Alpha. Stocks and Bonds. 
Carpenter, Frank Whitney, 746 Forest Ave. 

— ^Wls. Alpha. Note Broker. 
Chapman, George Mills, 937 Hinman Ave. — 

N. Y. Alpha. Factory Manager. 
Clapp, C. Russell, 1612 Chicago Ave. — 111. 

Alpha. Student. 
Collmann, Frederick A., 618 Church St.— 111. 

Alpha. Salesman. 
Craven, Henry William, Asbury and Emer- 
son. — 111. Alpha. Insurance. 
Fansler, Ralph Lee, 1812 Asbury Ave. — 111. 

Alpha. Student. 
Ferry, Albert Montague, 1247 Hinman Ave. — 

HI. Alpha. National Photographic Co., 

Washington Ave., Chicago. 
Graves, Charles Stephen, 1450 Sherman Ave. 

•^■"111. Alpha. Lawver. 
Green,' Albert Baker, 2328 Central St— 111. 

Alpha. Student. 
Grier, James Parkinson, 1016 Lake St. — ^111. 

Aloha T ■A mrvPf 

Helm, Nathan Wilbur, Fisk Hall.— Ind. 

Alpha. Instructor. 
Herben, Stephen Joseph, 1943 Orrington Ave. 

—m. Alpha. Editor. 
Hlliman, Conwav Wing, 1734 Ridge Ave. — 

Pa. Zeta. Railroad accountant. 
Holmes, Ralph William, 823 Hinman Ave. — 

III. Alpha. Instructor. 
Humphrey, Wirt E., 2129 Sherman Ave.— 111. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
James, Robert E., 1621 Judson Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. 
Kimball, Dorr Edwin, 2323 Park PI.— Dl. 

Alpha. Printer. 
Knox, Wesley L. — Pa. Beta. Loans. 
Konsberg, Edgar T., 412 Lake St.— Invest- 
ments and Bonds. 
Lardner, James Lawrence, 720 Clark St. — 

Ind. Gamma. Instructor. 
Leslie, Charles Edwin, 1246 Judson Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha. Machinery. 
MacLean, Hugh Whitford, 1301 Judson Ave. 

— N. H. Alpha. 
Marsh, Chas. D., 1307 Judson Ave. — ^Note 

Broker. 
Marsh, Everett Thomas, 1307 Judson Ave. — 

N. H. Alpha. Salesman. 
McKlnnie, Ralph Renwick, 1214 Greenleaf St. 

lU. Alpha. 



Moore, George Albert, 2131 Orrington Ave. — 

111. Alpha. Asst Mgr. U. S. Heater Co. 
Moore, William Warren, 2131 Orrington Ave. 

— 111. Alpha. Student. 
Gates, James Franklin, 626 Library St. — HI. 

Alpha. Insurance. 
Owen, Roy Mansfield, 610 Rector Bldg.— N. 

H. Alpha. Insurance, Ocean Accident & 

Guaranty Co. 
Pirie, Gordon Lennox, 1134 Judson Ave. — 

IN. T. Zeta. With Carson, Pirie, Scott & 

Co. 
Ross, Parke, 838 Sherman Ave. — 111. Beta. 

Treas. McCalla-Ross Co. 
Robinson, John Bunyan, 2020 Maple Ave. — 

Ohio Alpha. Author. 
8covill, Henry Thompson, 932 Hinman Ave. 

— m. Alpha. 
8tanbery, Frank, 1410 Chicago Ave.— 111. 

Alpha. Insurance. 
Stanwood, Henry Chapman, 1221 Hinman 

Ave.— N. Y. Alpha. Student 
8tarnes, William D., 2026 Sherman Ave.— 

ni. Alpha. Secy, and Treas. Kittleman 

Leather Co. 
Stuart, Charles Macauiay, 621 Foster St- 
ill. Alpha. Editor. 
Towns, Lockwood Janes, 1634 Chicago Ave.— 

Ind. Alpha. Civil Engineer. 
Wessiing, Homer L., 718 Clark St— lU. Alpha. 

Student. 



Young, William Sanborn, 1417 Hinman Ave. 



ing, 
-111. 



(A.: 



Alpha. Board of Trade. 



FAIRBURY 



McCluskey, Joseph Carl, 59 Maple St— Ohio 
Alpha. Asst. Mgr. Department Store. 

FAIRFIELD 
Johns, George W-— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

FRANKLIN PARK 
Franklin, Gustav.— Dl. Beta. Real Estate. 

FREEPORT 

Bentiey, Charles J. — Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Crawford, John.— HI. Alpha. Drugs. 
Graham, David Benjamin, 15 Lincoln Ave. — 

Wis. Alpha- Student. 
Heard, Oscar Edwin.— 111. Delta. Newspaper. 
Parsons, Arthur John, 161 Exchange.— Ohio 

Alpha. Teacher. 
Tuckett, Norman C— 111. Beta. With John 

E. Tuckett & Son. 

GALENA 

Crissman, Ralph Maclay, 305 Hill St— 111. 
Alpha. Minister. 

GALE8BURG 

Longden, Aladlne Cummlngs, 643 W. North 

St.— Ind. Alpha, Instructor. 
Steele, Wm. Lucas, 462 N. Cherry.— 111. 

Gamma. Supt of Schools. 

GENEVA 

Bennett, George Horace, Batavla Ave.— Wis. 

Gamma. Student. , ^ ^ 

Ellis, Ed. Arthur.— Wis. Gamma. Instructor. 
Little, Wm. Douglas.- Wis. Alpha. Student 
Mead, Ernest John.— Wis. Gamma. News- 
paper. 
Mead, Leonard C.— Wis. Gamma. Student 
Richards, Arch Eldridge.— Wis. Alpha. Stu- 
dent 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



GLENCOE 

Bangs, Hal Crumpton, Sheridan Road.—Ill. 
Alpha. lawyer. 

Buck, George LeRoy.— N. Y. Bpsilon. Pub- 
lisher. 

Clark, George Edward.— N. Y. Epsllon. With 
Silver. Burdett & Co., Publishers. 

GRAYVILLE 
Hall, William.— Ind. Beta. 



HARVARD 

Axtell, Lyie Everett.— Wis. Alpha. Banking. 
Bell, Burton Blake.— III. Alpha. 

HIGHLAND PARK 

Chllds, George W.— Pa. Iota. Fire Insurance. 
Hastings, Rolland Thomas Rankin, 220 Dale 
Ave.— Wis. Alpha. Student. 



Stephenson, 
Minister. 



HEBRON 
Arthur Turley.— Ind. Alpha. 

HENRY 



Barrett, Jesse Logan, R. F. D. No. 2.— 111. 

Delta. Farming. 
Hunter, Harold Stevens.— 111. Delta. Student. 

HILLSBORO 

Barrlnger, John Carlisle.— Ohio Beta. Coal. 
White, John Brown.— 111. Delta. Real Estate. 

HINSDALE 

Chllds, Lester C, 186 Third St.— WI.s. Gam- 
ma. La^^^ver 

Chllds, Robert William.— Wi-s. Gamma. Law- 
yer. 

Collins, Arthur F.— Wis. Gamma. Student. 

Crossette, Robert G.— Wis. Gamma. With 
Cutter & Crossette. Men's Furnishings. 

Dean, Earle Stewart.— Wis. Alpha. 

Hales, John Lincoln, 89 First St.— 111. Delta. 

HIgbee, Frank Oscar. — Minn. Alpha. 

HIidebrand, Clement Alvln, 36 N. Fairfield 
Ave.— HI. Delta. Sales Dept., National Bis- 
cuit Co. 

Kent. Coffeen Chllds.— Wis. Gamma. 

Merrill, Ralph Whelan, 80 Sixth Ave.— Wis. 
Gamma. Student. 

Root, Charles Gardiner.— 111. Alpha. Vlce- 
Pres. r. S. Gypsum Co. 

Root, Richard Weir Gardiner, Lock Box 215. 
— N. Y. Alpha. With IT. S. Gypsum Co. 

Swezey, Roswell Beal.— 111. Delta. Student. 

Wallace, Thomas Davis, 67 N. Washington 
St.— Pa. Alpha. Minister. 

Washburn, Edgar Bassett.— Wis. Alpha. Flor- 
ist. 

Weddell, Thomas Robinson, 82 N. Lincoln St. 
— 111. Beta. Newspaper. 

White, Henry KIrke, 185 Fourth St.— Wis. 
Gamma. Bus, Mgr. Malleable Iron Dept, 
Crane Co. 

Williams, Carl Benezette.— Mich. Alpha. Civil 
Engineer. 

IRVING 

LIpe, Oliver Owen. — Ohio Beta. 



JERSEYVILLE 

Eaton, Wm. Dunselth.— Wis. Alpha. With 

A. J. & P. Ry. 
Pike, Joshua.— 111. Beta. Instructor. 

JOLIET 

Beach, Alexander Blaney.— Pa. Iota. Mer- 
cantile. 

Bradshaw, Grant D.— Mich. Alpha. Engi- 
neer. 

Campbell, Joseph White.— 111. Beta. Care of 

Briggs & Campbell. 
DIbell, Charles Dorrance, 1105 Cass St.— IlL 

Beta. Lawyer. 
DIbbell, Dorrance.— 111. Beta. Judge Appel- 
late Court. 
Fredericks, Leonard Hudson, 536 W. Marion. 

— Wis. Gamma. Student. 
Graul, Walter L.— Pa. Eta. Chemist. 
Heggle, T. M.— Ind. Delta. 
Lyon, Edward R., 505 Elmwood Ave.— 111. 

Alpha. With "Hampton's Magazine." 
Lyon, Leverett Samuel, 505 Elmwood Ave.— 

Wis. Gamma. Student. 
M liner, Duncan Chambers. — Pa. Delta. 
Wolcott, Harold Edward, 509 S. Eastern Ave. 

— Wis. Gamma. Student. 

KANKAKEE 

Longpre, Elmer Leon, 274 Bourbonnais.— 111. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Swannell, Frederick Wells.— 111. Delta. Dry 

Goods. 
Swannellr Horace Conrad, 368 Court St. — 

111. Delta. Student. 
Troup, Harold Joseph, 430 E. Court St.— 111. 

Delta. Student. 

KENILWORTH 



Publisher. 



Minister. 



JACKSONVILLE 



Olwin, Harry. — Ind. Alpha. 
WInslow, T. C— 111. Alpha. 



Physician. 



Bellows, John Austin. — 111. Alpha. 
Horswell, G. H.— 111. Alpha. 

KEITHSBURG 

Orth, W. S.— 111. Gamma. 
Horswell, Charles.— 111. Alpha. 

LACON 

Grieves, John Paul.— 111. Delta. With Woolen 
Mills. 

Woscott, James Barney. — 111. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

LA GRANGE 

Dial, Morris Roswell, 241 S. Fifth Ave.— Ohio 

Beta. Lumber. 
Hawley, Ralph S., 208 Seventh Ave.— 111. 

Delta. Trustee Securities Co. 
Newell, Leonard Richardson. — Ohio Alpha. 

Student. 
Reed, Robert Boyce.— Ohio Alpha. Student. 

LA HARPE 
Cassell, Isaac W. — Ohio Beta. Farmer. 



LAKE FOREST 

Schmidt, Wm. George Washington.— N. Y. 
Beta. Instructor. 



LEWISTOWN 

Leister, Jay. — Pa. Epsilon. 

Phelps, Henry. — Pa. Alpha. Merchant. 



LITCHFIELD 
Klllinger, Emanuel Benton. — Ohio Beta. 



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LOVINGTON 

Hostetier, Leonard G. — Ohio Gamma. Bank- 
er. 

LUDLOW 
Bear, Louis Raymond. — HI. Delta. Student. 

MACOMB 
Bruce, W. L. — 111. Gamma. 

MANSFIELD 

Champion, Edwin Van Meter. — HI. Delta. 

Student. 

Champion, Joseph Van Meter. — Pa. Zeta. 

Ph>"«iclan. 

MARENGO 

Robb, Floyd Newton. — Wis. Gamma. Stu- 
dent. 

MARION 

Binkiey, Leroy Goddard, 403 S. Madison. — 

Oliio Alpha. Manufacturlnsp. 
Burkhart, Jean. — Ohio Alpha. Merchant. 

MAR8AILLES 
Boyce, Ben S. — Mich. Alpha. 

M ASSIES 
Parsons, James Curtis. — Va. Gamma. 

MATTOON 
Mosser, George H. — Pa. Theta. 

MAZON 
Taliaferro, Frank. — Va. Beta. Physician. 

MINONK 
Zenser, Solomon Llnder. — Ohio Alpha. 

MOLINE 

Brown, Eugene Guthrie, 1811 Seventh Ave. — 

Kan. Alpha. 
Evans, Robert Bernard, 1617 Seventh Ave. — 

Wis. Gamma. Salesman. 
Lea, Henry Leslie. — Wis. Gamma. 
Lea, Robert Wentworth. — Wis. Alpha. Mgr. 

Otis Elevator Co. 

MONMOUTH 

Boyd, Samuel Robert, 125 N. Ninth St.— 111. 

Gamma. Minister. 
Gayer, Jr., Fred. — 111. Gamma. 
Glasgow, John W. — III. Gamma. 
Graham, H. S. — 111. Gamma. 
Greer, William B.— Pa. Delta. 
Grier, Robert J. — 111. Gamma. 
Hamill, S. S.— Pa. Delta. 
Hardin, Everitt C, 403 N. Second St.— 111. 

Gamma. Banking. 
Matthews, J. W. — 111. Gamma. 
McClung, George Wm. Paris, 216 S. Fifth St. 

— 111. Gamma. Groceries. 
McFarland, Alexander. — 111. Gamma. 
Parkinson, G. H. — 111. Gamma. 
Quinby, ivory. — 111. Gamma. 
Smith, Frank C. — 111. Gamma. 

MORRIS 

Gregory, Henry A. — III. Beta. 
Lott, Edward Lloyd.— 111. Beta. 
Magner, William Campbell.— Pa. Delta. 



MOUNT CARROLL 

Hostetler, Abram B.— 111. Beta. Stock Raiser. 
McKee, William Parker. — Ind. Gamma. In- 
structor. 

MOUNT CLAIR 

Volk. Robert.— 111. Beta. 

MacPherran, James Emmltt. — Pa. Alpha. 

MOUNT VERNON 

Benton, John Wilson. — Ind. Beta. 
Emmerson, William Woods. — Ind. Beta. 
St rattan, Chauncey Lawder, 318 Taylor Ave. 
— 111. Alpha. Hardware. 

NACHUSA 
Crawford, J. P. — 111. Gamma. 

NEW RUTLAND 
Coffman, James P. — la. Gamma. 

NOKOMIS 
Griffin, Fred.— Ohio Beta. 

OAK PARK 

Best, William Holden, 719 N. Oak Park Ave. 

— Mass. Alpha. Insurance. 
Flltcraft, Chester Allen, 609 Maple Ave.— 

Mich. Alplia. Insurance. 
Flltcraft, Laurence, 609 Maple Ave. — Pa. 

Kappa. Insurance Publications. 
Harvey, Copeland C, 313 Wisconsin Ave. — 

111. Beta. 
Harvey, James Daniel, 247 Home. — 111. Alpha. 

Surveyor, 
Holden, Walter Simpson, 534 N. East Ave. — 

Midi. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Hough, Clarence A., 127 S. East Ave. — Ind. 

Alpha. Pros. Chicago Photogravure Co. 
May, Edwin A., 117 N. Kenllworth.— N. Y. 

Alpha. 
Maynard, Jr., Raymond Kenyon, 337 Pleas- 
ant St.— X. Y. Alpha, Student. 
McHugh, Earle Henderson, 459 Forest Ave. — 

N. Y. Alpha. Salesman. 
Tobin, Richard Francis, Y. M. C. A.-N. Y. 

Ep.«iUm. Chemist. 

ODELL 

Graves, Charles O. — 111. Alpha. 

Mamer, Peter John. — 111. Alpha. Student. 

McDonald, A. Ray. — 111. Alpha. Student. 

PALESTINE 

Ross, Jasper Archibald.- Ind. Beta. Oil Well 

Contractor. 
Ross, Warner A. — Ind. Beta. 

PARIS 

Augustus, Willis Owen. — Ohio Gamma. Bank- 
ing. 

Dole, George Vandeursen, 312 W. Court St, — 
Pa. Alpha. Asst. City Engineer. 

Eads. James Ten Broeck. — Pa. Alpha. 

Fleming, F. C. — 111. Gamma. 

Hartley, William Thomas. — Ind. Gamma. 
Bookkeeper. 

Jones, John T. — Pa. Alpha. Business. 

Parish, Robert Nevlns. — Pa. Alpha. Bank- 
ing. 

Parrlsh, Allan Jay. — N. H. Alpha. 

Williams, John. — Pa. Alpha. 

Williams, John H.— Pa. Alpha. 

Winn. Claude Etheibert, 405 S. Main St.— 111. 
Delta. Engineer. 



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PHI KAPPA P8I FRATERNITY. 



PARK RIDQE 

Baldwin, FranclSw— lU. Beta. With Chicago 
Tel. Co, 

Florentine, Horatio K.— Mich. Alpha. 

l-looper, Cyrus Lauron.— Ind. Beta. Instruct- 
or. 

Lutr, Charies A*— HI. Beta. In U. S. Navy. 

MacQufnn, John Seattle. — 111. Alpha. 

Stebblngs, Harry Eugene.— 111. Alpha. Civil 
Engrlneer. 

PAW PAW 
Lattin, G. W.— 111. Beta. 

PEKIN 

Kutsch, William Adeibert, 801 S. Fifth St- 
ill. Delta. With Com Products Rfg. Co. 

PEORIA 

Ashman, George Cromwell, Bradley Poly. 
Inst. — Ind. Gamma. Instructor. 

Benson, James, 1415 Peoria Ave. — Wis. 
Gamma. Minister. 

Irwin, Anderson Forbes. — Pa. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

Keene, John Elam, 1400 Hamilton Blvd. — Ind. 
Alpha. Banking. 

Kirk, Walter Hermann, 112 High St.— Mich. 
Alpha. Liawyer. 

Kuhn, Alfred Q., Jefferson Ave. — N. Y. Alpha. 

Merrill, Frank Warren. — 111. Alpha. Minis- 
ter, 

Page', Roy, 127 Flora St.— Bl. Beta. Music 
Business. 

Schaeffer, E. H. — Pa. Eta. Merchant. 

Smith, Royal Porter. 405 N. Monroe.— Wis. 
Gamma. Paper Mill. 

Ward. Henry J., 616 N. Jefferson St.— N. Y. 
Aloha. 

Wheeler, Metailus C. W., 116 Roanoke Ave. — 
N. Y. Alpha. Real Estate. 

PITTSFIELD 
Mumford, Barry. — N. Y. Alpha. Student 

POLO 

Allaben, Max Fenlmore. — Mass. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Schell, Wm. Trumbauer. — Pa. B)peilon. Bank- 
ing. 

POPLAR GROVE 

Cowan, Frank C. — Wis. Gamma. Instructor. 

PRINCETON 

Rumsey, John Davles, 317 W. Peru. — N. Y. 
Epsllon. Minister. 

PORT BYRON 
Lyford, Albert E.— Bl. Alpha. 

PULLMAN 

Wootton, Henry Tisslngton, Hotel Florence. 
— Pa. Theta. 

QUINCY 

Baker, William H.— N. H. Gamma. 
Gardner, Ralph GifTord, 18th and York Sts. — 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Miller, John Wesley, 806 Oak St.— Ind. Alpha. 

Minister. 

REYNOLDS 

McCown, Chester Charlton. — Ind. Alpha. 
Minister. 



RIDQWAY 

Combs, William Fuller. — Ind. Gamma. In- 
structor. 

RIVER FOREST 

Qoble, Arthur Steen, 34 Quick Ave.— Minn. 

Beta. Chemist. 
Laing, George Driver, 283 Franklin Ave. — 

111. Delta. Student. 

RIVERSIDE 

Campbell, Allan W.— Mich. Alpha. Con- 
tractor. 

Campbell, Edward C. — Mich. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Campbell, Herbert J. — Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Little, Frank. — 111. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Snyder, Charles Carroll. — ^111. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

ROBINSON 

Maxwell, Stanley Lyie.— 111. Delta. Mercan- 
tile. 

Meserve, Theodore Decatur, 504 W. Ix>cust 
St.— Ul. Delta. Student 

Steel. Charles Henry. — Ind. Alpha. 

Wllkins, Ralph H.^nd. Gamma. Lawyer. 

ROCHELLE 

Healy, Charles Henry. — 111. Delta. Student. 
Healy, William James, 426 7th St.— Wis. 

Gamma. 
Leonard, Barge Edward, 722 4th Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. 
Murray, Oliver Edwin. — Pa. Beta. 



ROCHESTER 

Twist, Clarence Cicero. — HI. Delta. Student. 
Twist, John Francis. — ^ni. Delta. Student 



ROCKFORD 

Albertson, Charles H. — Ind. Beta. 

Allaben, Gerald Randolph, 974 N. Court St. — 

Wis. Gamma. Student. 
Banks, Archie Walter, 328 Albert Ave. — 

Mich. Alpha. Sales agent 
Bialsdell, Henry Lawrence. — Wis. Alpha. 
Cornweli, Milton H., 711 W. State St.— Wis. 

Gamma. Insurance. 
Gray, William C— 111. Alpha. Minister. 
Hyer, Stanton A. — Wis. Gamma. 
Lyman, N. A. — 111. Alpha. 
Reckhow, Louis M., Court House. — Wis. 

Gamma. County judge. 
Smith, A. Philip, 330 W. State St— Wis. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 
Treat, Burrell Brown, 1029 N. Church.— Wis. 

Gamma. Insurance. 
Welsh, R. K.— Wis. Gamma. 

ROCK ISLAND 

Krell, Edward Henry. — IlL Beta. Student. 

McCandless, Howard Archibald, 908 28rd St— 
111. Delta. Student 

Michael, George Edward, 903 23d St— Ind. 
Delta. Salesman. 

Relmers, Frederick Weyerhaeuser. — HI. Al- 
pha. 

Roth, George William, 908 4th Ave.— HI. Beta. 
Student. 

Sheldon, George Henry, Jr., 2634 Tth Ave. — 
III. Beta. Reporter. 



ROSCOE 

Cummlngs, Roy Lundy. — ^Wis. Gamma, 
surance solicitor.* 



In' 



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R08EVILLE 

Taliaferro, Samuel Walker.^IU. Gamma. 
Banking. 

R08SVILLE 

James, William Holly. — Ind. Gamma. Bank- 
ing. 

ST. CHARLES 

McGufnn, John Beatle.— 111. Alpha. Minister. 

8EATON 

Logan, John W.~I11. Gamma. 
Mann, J. F.—IIl. Gamma. 

SHELBYVILLE 
Huber, Samuel Henry. — Ohio Alpha. 

SHELDON 
Trelease, Justin P.— HI. Alpha. Merchant 

SHERIDAN 
Ward, Ellas Wilbur.— HI. Alpha. Minister. 

SHIRLEY 

Funk, Marquis DeLoss.— HI. Delta. Farmer 
and electrician. 

SPARTA 
Lett, Harry L. — 111. Gamma. 

SPRINGFIELD 

Boardman. Julian Lucius, 640 W. Monroe St 

— ^Ind. Alpha. Farmin^r. 
Crelghton, John Thrale, 812 S. 2d St— Mich. 

Alpha. Student 
Deal, Don West, 210 W. South Grand Ave.— 

111. Alpha. Surgeon. 
Deal, John H. F.— 111. Delta. Student 
Dixon, Noah.— 111. Delta. Student. 
Eden, WalteriT— Ind. Alpha. 
Fitch, J. C. — Ind. Beta. 
FitzGerald, Arthur Michael, 838 S. Fifth St 

— Mich. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Fitzgerald, Robert Emmet.— Mich. Alpha. 

Lawyer. 
Good, Clinton Edward, 1162 N. Fifth St— 

N. T. Alpha. Broker. 
Merriman, John Riley, 407 W. Monroe St — 

111. Delta. Student 
Metz, Irving Wagner, 624 S. Walnut St.— 

Ind. Beta. Surgeon. 
Miller, Lewis S., Wooster University.— Ohio 

Gamma. Hardware. 
Morgan, Harry, 504 B. Monroe St— Mich. 

Alpha. Insurance and Real Estate. 
Patton, Charles Lanphier, 1606 S. Fifth St — 

Mich. Alpha. Physician. 
Patton, Harry Lanphier, 937 S. Fourth St— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Poston, Edmond.— 111. Beta. Real Bstate. 
Rldgely, Temple Elliott, 522% S. Fifth St— 

ni. Delta. Student 
Robinson, Edward Smith, 714 S. Sixth St.— 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Smith, Harry Buchanan, 1030 S. Sixth St— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Smith, LaFayette Rerbie, 1024 S. Sixth St— 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Stout, Samuel Philemeon. — HI. Delta. Farm- 
er. 
Twist, Clarence, Rochester (suburb). — ^Hl. 

Delta. Student 
Twist, Frank, Rochester (suburb). — HI. Delta. 

Student 
Wliklns, R. H.— Ind. Gamma. 
Wines, Dr. — Pa. Alpha. 



Yates, Henry Abner, 1341 Holmes Ave. — 
Mich. Alpha. Insurance Inspector. 

STERLING 

Beard, Charles George. — ^111. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

Cleveland, John William. — ^Hl. Alpha. Farm- 
er. 

Ferguson, Virgil S. — ^III. Beta. Lawyer. 

Lawrence, Douglas Howard. — ^Wis. Alpha. 
Engineer. 

McPherron, James Emmlt. — Pa. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Nefg, Julius John. — 111. Alpha. 

Schmoeger, Harry John. — ^wis. Alpha. Sales 
Agent. 

Van Sant, Nicholas G., 601 Second Ave. — 
la. Gamma. Lawyer. 

STEWARD 

Cooper, Edward Harlan. — Ohio Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

STREATOR 

Chaifant, Chads. Duncan, 310 E. Kent— Pa. 

Beta. Physician. 
Ervin, Waiter Evan, 303 S. Bloomington.- 

Ind. Alpha. Instructor. 
Fornof, John Renchin, 318 S. Park St— 111. 

Delta. Student. 
Griggs, Edward 1^., 204 E. Kent St— Wis. 

Gamma. Lawyer. 

SUGAR GROVE 
Finley, George Alvln. — ^111. Alpha. Mgr. 



iniey, George Aivin.- 
Washbum Crosby Co. 



TEXAS CITY 
Barnes, George Dallas. — Ind. Alpha. 

THOMPSON 
Dunshee, George W. — Wis. Gamma. 

TISKILWA 

■derrick, Roderick Smith.— Ohio Alpha. In- 
structor. 

URBAN A 

Hay, Henry Collins, 917 California Ave.— 

III. Delta. Student 
Hay, Howard Ridgeiy, 917 California Ave.— 

111. Delta. Student. 
James, Edmund Janes, comer Green and 

Wright.— 111. Alpha. Pres. University of 

L-inois. 
James, Herman Geriach, President's House. 

—111. Beta. Student 
Linton, George King, 920 W. Illinois.— Pa. 

Epsilon. Mercantile. 

VIENNA 

Simpson, Francis l^arlon. — 111. Delta. Agri- 
culturist 

WARREN 

Bayne, Frank Hoicombe. — Ul. Alpha. 

WATERMAN 
Roberts, Ralph Roscoe. — 111. Alpha. 

WATSEKA 

Evans, Kenneth Logan. — Cal. Beta. Student 
hiischer, Ralph.- Wis. Gamma. Student 
Martin, Warren E.— Wis. Gamma. Farmer. 



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WAUKEGAN 

°o5"', i^^J^r-r^^^- ^^^- With American 
Steel & Wire Co. 

George, Leslie Nash, Cafe George.— Cal. Beta. 
Student. 

^^T^*^9*,^ ??' Delano.— Ohio Gamma. Supt. of 
Public Schools. 

Whitney, Charles Ray.— Wis. Alpha. Bank- 
ing:. 

WESTERN SPRINGS 

Blount, John Darwin.— 111. Delta. Coal. 
Hale, Charles Benjamin.— Mich. Alpha, 
Hale, Jr., Lemuel Homer.— Mich. Alpha. 

WHEATON 

Mulllken, Earle.— Cal. Gamma. 
Morgan, George Gurnea, 710 College Ave.— 
III. Alpha. Student. 

WILMETTE 

Collver, Alfred Clarence, 524 Hill St.— 111. 
Alpha. Commission Business. 

Collyer, Frank Reter, 524 Hill St.— 111. Alpha. 
Commission Merchants. 

Johnson, Earle Freeman, care of U. S. Naval 
Academy. 111. Alpha. 

Ling, John Thornhlll.— 111. Alpha. Mgr. Lin- 
coln Waterproof Cloth Co. 

l^^ouldlng, Thomas Clarkson, 1004 Greenwood 
Ave.~Ill. Alpha. Brick Manufacturing. 

Underhiil, Lee, 701 Washington Ave.— Wis. 
(;amma. Salesman. 

WINCHESTER 
Glilmore, V. m. Ferdinand.— Ind. Alpha. 

WOODSON 
Grunder, Henry A.— Pa. Beta. Lawver. 



INDIANA 

ALBION 

Beane, William Allen.— Ind. Beta. Countv Su- 
perintendent of Schools. 

ALEXANDRIA 

Hughes, Herbert H.— Ind. Beta. Student. 

Pittenger, Nichoias Otto, 211 E. Broadway.— 
Ind. Beta. Chemist. 

Pittenger, Oscar iSAorton, 211 K. Broadwav.— 
Ind. Beta. Supt. of Schools. 

Pittenger, Walter Earl — Ind. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

ALTO 

Greeson, W. A.— Ind. Beta. 

ANDERSON 

Bailey, Robert Wllbank, 214 W. Twelfth St. 

— Ind. Delta. Mechanical Engineer. 
Casseil, Edward S., 810 Main St.— Ind. Alpha. 

Drugs. 
Casseil, John M., 930 W. Sixth St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Drugs. 
Deupree, Herman Graydon, 229 W. Ninth St. 

— Ii;d. Beta, With Remy Electric Co. 
DIven, John, 1107 W. Eighth St.— Ind. Beta. 

Student. 
DIven, William Albert, 1107 W. Eighth St.— 

Ind. Delta. Lawyer. 
Dorste, Louts Thomas, 816 W. .Eighth St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Heating and Electrical Con- 
tractor. 

Eads, Joseph B.— Ind. Beta. Mgr. Glass Fac- 
tory. 



Free, Herman H.— Ind. Alpha. 

Free, Wade Hampton. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer, 

Gedge, Jr., Burton Herbert, 337 W. Eleventh 

St.— Ind. Delta. Student. 
Harter, Harry.— Ind. Beta. Real Estate. 
Henry, Lewis.— Ind. Alpha. 
Hendee, Edgar Eugene, 307 W. Twelth St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Lawver. 
Home, Blanchard Jackson, 504 W. Eighth St. 

— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Lambert, A. Ray, 705 Hendrlx St.— Ohio 

Delta. Automobile Manufacturing. 
Neff, Charles H., 432 W. Seventh St.— Ind. 

Alpha. 
Ryan, Marc— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Small, Albert A.— Ind. Alpha. Promoter. 
Small, George. — Ind. Alpha. 
Smith, Fielding Henry, 320 W. Ninth St.— 

Ind. Beta. Hardware. 
Stephens, Clarence Elmo, 222 W. Thirteenth 

St.— Ind. Beta. Musical Director. 
Vermillion, Jesse Louis, 234 W. Twelfth St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Banking. 
Young, Earl Edgar, 244 W. Twelfth St.— Ind. 

Delta. Banking. 

ANDREWS 
Endlcott, Carl Elbert.— Ind. Beta. Banking. 

ANGOLA 

Marble, Mitchell Stewart.— Ind. Alpha. Min- 
ister. 

ATHERTON 
Modisett, Calvin Fletcher. — Ind. Alpha. 

ATTICA 

Finney, Charles Joseph. — Ind. Gamma. Phy- 
sician. 

Martin, Harry C. — Ind. Gamma. Postmaster. 

Martin, James Gardner. — Mass. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Milford, Charles Ranney. — Ind. Gamma. Law- 
yer. 

AUBURN JUNCTION 

Spangier, Wm. Wesley. — Ind. Beta. Retired 
Fa rmer. 

AURORA 

Downey, George Eddy. — Ind. Alpha. 

BEDFORD 

Guthrie, Alfred Homer.— Ind. Beta. Ca.shler 
Stone City Bank. 

Guthrie, Charles Ernest. — Ind. Beta. Cash- 
ier Bedford Quarries Co. 

Guthrie, Michael Beck. — Ind. Beta. Dentist. 

Lowe, Simpson B. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

Phipps, Joseph Gardner, 1309 Sixteenth St. — 
Ind. Alpha. Supt. Pen*y-Matthews-Busklrk 
Stone Co. 

Wails, William Lessey, 1428 W. Fburteenth 
St. — Ind. Beta. Insurance and Loans. 

BICKNELL 
Fuller, Charles Grant. — Ind. Alpha. Shoes. 

BLOOMFIELD 

Eveleigh, Robert Edward. — Ind. Beta. Drugs. 
Thompson, Ortand Chester. — Ind. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

BLOOMINGTON 

Adams, William H., 431 S. Col. Ave.— Ind. 

Beta. Banking. 
Barclay, Joseph Knox. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 



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Beck, Alfred Adams. — Ind. Beta. Stone busl- 
ness 

Beck, Hubert Lister, 533 N. Wash St.— Ind. 
Beta. Stone. 

Beck, James KIrkwood, 327 S. Coll. Ave. — 
Ind. Beta. Banking". 

Blair, James Waldron. — Ind. Beta. 

Blair, William John, 320 W. Kirkwood Ave.— 
Ind. Beta. Cut Stone. 

Blair, William Theodore, 320 W. Kirkwood 
Ave. — Ind. Beta. Cut Stone. 

Buskirk, L. Van. — Ind. Beta. Banking. 

Chamberlin, R. H., R. F. D. No. 5.— Pa. 
Gamma. 

Cookson, Thomas A., Phi Kappa Psi House. 
— Ind. Beta. Asst. Registrar, Indiana Unl- 
versltv. 

Paris, Albert Vivian.— Ind. Beta. Real Es- 
tate. 

Paris, Melville Arthur. — Ind. Beta. Real Es- 
tate. 

Pee, Will 1., E. Tenth St.— Ind. Beta. Farm- 
er. 

Henley, Jr., George Washington, 322 W. Sec- 
ond St. — ^Ind. Beta. Student. 

Jenkins, Wm. Evans. 502 Washington.— Ind. 
Beta. Librarian. 

Hill, Jr., Nathaniel Usher, 526 N. College 
Ave. — Ind. Beta. Insurance. 

Hill, Philip Buskirk. 526 N. College Ave.— 
Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

Howe, Alfred G. — Ind. Beta. Farming. 

Howe, Louis Polk, S. College Ave. — Ind. Beta. 
Jewel rv. 

Malott. Claude Guthrie, 203 S. Washington 
St. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

McKnIght, Geo. W.— Ind. Beta. 

Mosemilier, Charles A. — Ind. Beta. Instruct- 
or. 

Pike, Roy Oakley. — Ind. Beta. Banking. 

Rogers, Andrew Jackson. — Ind. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

Showers, WilMam Edward, 430 N. Washing- 
ton St. — Ind. Beta. Furniture. 

Springer, Charles Henry. — Ind. Beta. Broker. 

Sutphin, John Otto. — Ind. Beta. Student. 

Telfer, Wm. Adams, 304 W. Second St.— Ind. 
Beta. Lawyer. 

Tcter, Sanford Portner. — Ind. Beta. Furni- 
ture. 

Waldron, Charles Bonlcum. — Ind. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

BLUPFTON 

Gllliland, Robert Verne, 320 W. Central Ave. 
—Ind. Alpha. Student. 

BRAZIL 

Culbertson, Charles WIngate, K. Church St. 
— Ind. Gamma. CanUallst. 

Greenough, Walter Sidney, S. Forest Ave. — 
Ind. Beta. Student. 

Hail, I. G.— Ind. Delta. Secy, and Pres. Hall 
Milling Co. 

Hosklns. Joseph Clifford, E. National Ave. — 
Ind. Gamma. Salesman. 

Knight, Austin W., 321 E. National Ave.— 
Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

Luther, William Pitt, 209 E. Ridge St.— Ind. 
Gamma. Lawyer. 

Nussel, Charles Haibert. — Ind. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

Zeiler, John Herr, 1116 N. Meridian St.— Ind. 
Delta. Student. 

Zimmerman, Wm. Paul, 1104 N. Meridian 
St. — Ind. Gamma. Coal. 

Sutphin, Winfield Allen.— Ind. Beta. Bank- 
ing. 

BROOKSTON 

Sherman, Hugh I.— Ind. Beta. With Pacific 
Tel. Co. 



Sherman, Robert Edward.— Ind. Beta. Phar- 
macist. 

BROWN'S VALLEY 

McLeod, W. J.— Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

CAISADEN 

Koontz, Prederic L. — Ind. Beta. 

Orahood, Calvin C— Ind. Beta. Insurance. 

CARTHAGE 
Henley, Clyde C— Ind. Delta. 

CHALMERS 

Raub. Prank Raymond. — Ind. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

CLARK'S HILL 
Kirkpatrick, W. P.— Ind. Delta. Farmer. 

CLAYPOOL 

Knoop, Samuel M. — Ind. Beta. 

CLOVERDALE 
Van O'Danlels, Edgar.— Ind. Alpha. 

COESSE 

Clarke, Prank Leroy.— Ind. Beta. 

COLUiVIBIA CITY 

Barnett, Wynn W.— Ohio Beta. 

Binder, Waiter Theodore. — Ohio Beta. Bank- 
ing. 

Briggs, Jesse Howard. — Ohio Beta. 

McNagney, Phil McClellan Va. Alpha. 

Teacher. 

Weber, Edward Anton. — Ohio Beta. Bond 
Salesman. 

COLUMBUS 

Bassett, Henry Lee, 622 Franklin St. — Ind. 
Delta. With Columbus Tool & Handle Co. 

Dipboye, Abraham J., 1021 Washington St. — 
Ind. Gamma. Custodian Public Library. 

Wiliiams, Roscoe Conkling. — Ind. Beta. Stu- 
dent. 

CONNERSVILLE 

Houphton, Walter Raleigh. — Ind. Beta. Edu- 
cational. 

Lamb, George Clark. — Ind. Gamma. Minis- 
ter. 

COVINGTON 

Dunlap, James Robert.— Ind. Beta. Chem- 
ist. 
Dunlap, William Bell.— Ind. Delta. Farming. 

CRAWPORDSVILLE 

Ballard, Emerson Etherldge, 1007 W. Wabash 
Ave. — Ind. Alpha. Editor. 

Coffman, Samuel Miller. — Ind. Gamma. Jour- 
nalist. 

Evans, James Earl, 210 W. Pike St.— Ind. 
Alpha. Banking. 

Pine, Harry Neiatln. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

Goltra, William W., 115 W. College St.— Ind. 
Gamma. Treas. Ben-Hur Chemical Co. 

Harding. Chase, 412 W. Main St. — Ind. Gam- 
ma. Lawyer. 

Kline, Charles Harry. — Ind. Gamma. Jew- 
eler. 

HInes, Linnaeus Neai, 106 E. College St. — 
Ind. Beta. Supt. Schools. 

McCabe, Charles M. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

Milford, Arthur B. — Ind. Gamma. Instructor. 



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Osborne, James Harvey. — Ind. Gamma. In- 
. Btructor. 
Peck, Dumont Morgan, 101 N. Washinffton 

St.— Ind. Gamma. Clothing. 
Rowland, Sam C. — Ind. Delta. 
Scholler, Harry, cor. Pike and Green Sta. — 

Ind. Beta. Secy. Montgomery Hardwood 

Lumber Co. 
Smith, Ernett Da I ley. — III. Alpha. Minister. 
Stafford, George Washington. — ^Ind. Gamma. 

Lawyer. 
Stevenson, Paul A. — Ind. Gamma. Salesman. 
Stroh, Clarence W., 201 S. Walnut St.— Ind. 

Gamma. Real Estate. 
Waugh, Lloyd Augustus, 401 B. Wabash. — 

Ind. Beta. With Poston Brick Co. 

CULVER 

Fleet, Alexander Fredericks— Va. Alpha. In- 
structor. 

Fleet, William Alexander.— Va. Alpha. In- 
structor. 

DANVILLE 

Dougan, ZIm E. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Harvey, George Carleton, 1309 Hall PI.— Ind. 
Gamma. Lawyer. 

DECATUR 

Burk, Avon.— Ind. Beta. Student. 
Hofman, Oscar C, cor. Madison and Fourth. 
— Ind. Beta. Architect. 

Schafer, Chalmer Christen, 610 Monroe.— Ind. 
Beta. Hardware. 

DOOR VILLAGE 

Middleton, Henry Marshall.— Ind. Alpha. 
Minister. 

EDINBURG 

Mutz, George Raymond. — ^Ind. Gamma. Mer- 
chant. _ 

Mutz, John Roscoe.— Ind. Beta. Drugs. 

Myers, Joseph Porter. — Ind. Beta. Physician. 

Scholler, Harry Maurice.— Ind. Beta. Lum- 
ber. 

Thompson, William T.— Ind. Beta. Veneer 
Manufacturer. 

ELKHART 

Ayers, Augustine RIdenour, 602 Lexln^on 
Ave.— N. Y. Alpha. With U S. & M. S. 
Ry. 

Turner, Perry LeRoy. — 111. Beta. Lawyer. 

ELWOOD 

Sumwalt, Joseph Albert, 1608 N. A St.— Ind. 
Alpha. Minister. 

EVAN8VILLE 

Berryhlll, John Hanna, 14 Washington Ave. 

—Ind. Delta. Supt. The Vulcan Plow Co. 
Chappell, DeWItt Quinton, 731 Adams Ave. 

—Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Cunningham, George Albert, 214 Waverley 

Bldg. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Currey, Hiram Wllbern, 1101 W. Franklin St. 

—111. Alpha. Student. 
Davidson, Arthur, 213 Chestnut St.— Ohio 

Alpha. 
Evans, Samuel G., 330 Main St.— Pa. Delta. 

Retail Dry Goods. 
Gray, Allen. — Ind. Beta. 

Gudgel, William Henry.— Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 
Hornbrook, John. — Ind. Delta. 
Kelsey, Perclval Gates.- Ind. Gamma. 
Laughlln, Alexander. — Pa. Delta. 



Marquis, James Logan. — Pa. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

Mathlas, Wallace.— Ind. Alpha. 

Matters, Harry William.— Ind. Alpha. 

McCutchon, Andrew J. — Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Odell, Francis iglehart, 112 Powell Ave. — III. 
Alpha. Reporter. 

RItchett, George 8. — Ind. Beta. Coal. 

Tlngley, Horace Webb, 211 Chestnut St.— 
Ina. Alpha. Instructor. 

Winchester, 8. W.— Ind. Alpha. 

FAIRMOUNT 
Life, Orus Francis. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 

FORT WAYNE 

Blederwolf, Charles Lewis. — Ind. Gamma. 

Secretary to Member of Congress. 
Geiger, Harry Martin. — Ohio Beta. 
HInkle, William F.— Pa. Epsilon. 
Kline, James Joseph, 920 Webster St. — Cal. 

Gamma. With Ft. Wayne Electric Works. 
Lukens, Edward French, 910 W. Berry St. — 

N. T. Gamma. Student. 
McMillan, William L.— Pa. Theta. 

FOWLER 

Carr, John Price. — Ind. Beta. Printer. 
Carr, Warner W. — Ind. Beta. Newspaper. 

FRANKFORT 

Hufrine, Charles Cones. — Ind. Gamma. Civil 

Engineer. 
Monroe, Edwin Sherman, 701 Gentry St.— 

Ind. Beta. Supt. City Schools. 

GARRETT 

Carpenter, James F. — ^Ind. Alpha. 
Mountz, Howard W. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
MacCracken, Henry Francis, 704 Van Buren 
St. — Ohio Beta. Lawyer. 

GAS CITY 
Home, Brose S. — Ind. Gamma. Physician. 

GOODLAND 

Hardy, Freeman George. — ^Ind. Gamma. 
Hardy, W. A«— Ind. Delta. 
Hardy, Truman G. — Ind. Gamma. Farmer. 
Little, Harry Franklin.- 111. Alpha. Busi« 
ness. 

GOSHEN 

Baker, Francis E. — Ind. Beta. 

Finney, Warren Evens, 119 W. Pike St.— Ill 

Keith, Harold Albert, 106 W. Douglas.- Ind 

Delta. Surveyor. 
Kelly, R. B.— 111. Beta. Ball Player. 
Newell, Hugh Jay, 521 S. Fifth St.— Ind. 

Delta. With Newell Bros. Dry Goods Store. 
Smith, Walter F.— Pa. Eta. 

GRAND VIEW 
Anderson, John Marlon. — Ind. Beta. 

GREENCASTLE 

Atwood, Wm. B.— N. Y. Alpha. With Key- 
stone Const. Co. 

Ayres, Wilbur Tandy. — ^Ind. Alpha. Instruct- 
or. 

Billings, Bliss Washington. — Ind. Aloha. 

Black, George Edwin, 609 S. Locust St— Ind. 
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Boyd, Jackson. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Clark, Donald L., 210 S. Indiana St. — ^Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Hawkins. Eugene, 109 S. Locu0t. — Ind. Alpha. 

Physician. 
Michael, John Albert. — ^Ind. Alpha. 
N orris, Isaac Edward, Lock Box 855. — ^Ind. 

Alpha. Professor. 
O'Halr, Fred Lockridge, 209 E. Seminary. — 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
O'HaIr, Neely C. — Ind. Alpha. Merchant. 
Pittlnger, Arthur C. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Post, Edwin, 916 College Ave. S.— Pa. Zeta. 
Rhoads, Harry Bennett. — Ind. Beta. Drugrs. 
Seller, Wilbur Western, Jackson St. — Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Towne, Salem B., 705 S. Col. Ave. — Ind. 

Alpha. Minister and Field Secy, of De 

Pauw University. 
Tucker, John Paul. — Ind. Alpha. Farmer. 
Vandament, David Lafayette, 415 Depot St. 

— Ind. Beta. Minister. 
Weaver, James Riley, 904 College Ave. — ^Pa. 

Beta. Professor. 
Weaver, John Walter, 904 S. College Ave.— 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 

GREENFIELD 

Houah, William Alfred, 607 W. Main St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Mayer, Edwin P. — Ind. Alpha. 
Offutt, Samuel J. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Slifer, Geordle. — Ind. Alpha. 
Snow, Thad, R. F. D. No. 3.— Ind. Alpha. 

Farmer. 
*i hayer, George A. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 

GREENSBURG 

Mount, Harry Herschel, 610 K. North St.— 
Ind. Beta. Banking. 

GREENWOOD 
Gregg, Aaron 8. — Ind. Alpha. 

HANOVER 

Fisher, Daniel Webster.— Pa. Alpha. Minis- 
ter. 

HUNTINGTON 

Sayler, John Milton. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Sayler, Samuel Mo. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

INDIANA HARBOR 

Dubbs, Everett Edward, 3142 Aldis Ave. — 
Ind. Gamma. Lumber and Coal. 

INDIANAPOLfS 

Adams, Roy E., 8 W. Market St.— Ind. Delta. 

With J. D. Adams. 
Adams, William Ray, 2023 N. Alabama St.— 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Allen, Henry Clay, 1510 N. Alabama St. — Ind. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Anderson, Albert Barnes, 1325 N. Penna. St. 

— Ind. Gamma. U. S. District Judge. 
Annan, Charles H. — N. Y. Delta. 
Bemdt, Arthur Henry, 1024 Oakland Ave. — 

Ind. Beta. Student. 
Bingham, Edmund Herbert, 223$ N. Meridian 

St. — Ind. Gamma. Publisher. 
Bristol, Lewis Waiter, 529 N. Liberty St.— 

Ind. Beta. 
Brown. Waiter Curt, 39 E. Thirty-second St. 

— Ind. Gamma. Salesman. 
Brubaker, Henry Clay, 23 N. Penna. St. — 

Pa. Eta. Architect. 
Brubaker, L. Alien, 23 N. Penna. St.— Pa. 
Eta. Student. 



Burnet, Harry Bentiey, 1864 N. Penna. St.— 
Ind. Beta. Lumber. 

Campbell, Eddy Morris, 1219 N. Delavan.— 
Ind. Alpha. 

Coiborn, Harry Carney, Colborn Flats— N. T. 
Alpha. Lumber. 

Crawford, Charles Earnest, 2706 N. Pennsyl- 
vania St. — Ind. Alpha. Newspaper. 

Cummings, Edwin B.— Pa. Beta. President 
universal Voting Machine Co. 

Davis, Paul Gray, 1025-29 Lemcke Bldg.— 
Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

De Haven, I. C, 510 State Life Bldg.— Ind. 
Delta. 

Eastburn, David Jeffries, 1024 Ashland Ave. 
— Ind. Alpha. Drugs. 

Eastman, Thomas Barker, 310 Pennway Bldg. 
— Ind. Gamma. Surgeon. 

Eichrodt, Charles Wharton, 1418 N. New 
Jersey St.— Ind. Beta. Student. 

Engle, Charles Frederick, 150 E. Market St. 
— Ind. Beta. Insurance. 

Fisher, Ferd. Elliott.— Ind. Alpha. Newspa- 
per. 

Gabo, Harry Efwin, 911 Virginia Ave.— Ind. 

Beta. Physician. 
Groninger, Frank C, Indiana Trust Bldg.— 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Groninger, Taylor E., Indiana Trust Bldg.— 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Qrubb, Walter D., 1216 Penna. St.— Ind. 

Gamma. Plumbers' Supplies. 
Harroll, Spencer, 2106 N. Pennsylvania St.— 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Henderson, Ralph Whitson, 1622 N. Meridian 

St. — Ind. Delta. Engineering. 
Henry, Charles L., 1408 N. Meridian St.— 

Ind. Alpha. President Indianapolis & Cin- 
cinnati Tr. Co. 
Hester, Frank Orviile, 611 N. New Jersey 

St. — Ind. Alpha. Teacher. 
Hoffman, Harry Adoiph, 942 N. Alabama St. 

— Ind. Beta. Chemist. 
Hogle, Cassius Lanson. — Ind. Alpha, 
lies, Orlando B., 1911 N. Delaware St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Mgr. International Mach. Tool. Co. 
James, George Hobson, care of Indianapolis 

Star. — Ind. Beta. Newspaper Man. 
Joseph, Russell Levlnson, 1927 N. Illinois St 

— Ind. Beta. Secy. Indiana Brass & Iron 

Bed Co. 
Kaylor, W. G., 730 Fletcher Ave.— Ind. Delta. 
King, Herbert Smith, 931 State Life Bldg.— 

Ind. Beta. With The Whitehead & Hoag 

Co. 
Knight, Edward Hussey, 91 Lombard Bldg. — 

Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Kruse, Robert Wm., 611 N. Penna.— Ind. 

Delta. Care of Kruse & Dewenter Co. 
Lazarus, Roy Gould, 2102 Meridian St.— Ind. 

Delta. Student. 
Llndley, James Frank. — Ind. Alpha. 
Link, Goethe, 1627 Lexington Ave.— Ind. Beta. 

Surgeon. 
Littleton, Frank L., 119 E. Michigan St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Marquis, Jr., Emanuel. — Ind. Alpha. 
McCormick, M. C< — Ind. Alpha. 
McCormick, Wilson J., 160 W. Vermont St.— 

Ind. Beta. Salesman. 
McCrea, James Craig, 19 The Wellington. — 

Ind. Delta. Sales Engineer for Chandler- 
Taylor Co. 
McDonald, George Wilson, 515 Law Bldg. — 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
McKinstray, Homer Rowland, Willoughby 

Bldg. — Ind. Alpha. Physician. 
Milligan, Harry J., 1409 N. Delaware St.— 

Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Miller, Gustav Rudolph, 1243 E. Market St.— 

Ind. Beta. Student. 
Miller, Joseph Silas, 2809 B:. Washington St. 

— Ind. Gamma. Journalist. 



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Mumford, Eugene Bishop, .509 Newton Clay- 
pool Bldg.— Ind. Beta. Physician. 
Neighbor, Robert Edward, 116 W. Walnut 

St.— 111. Beta. Minister. 
Norton, Lester L., 1107 Park Ave.— Ind. Beta. 

Je vi*el er 
Oakes, Charles William, 544 N. Oriental St. 

—Ohio Alpha. Retired. 
Osgood, Edward C— III. Beta. Bookkeeper. 
Palmer, Roy Charles, -2116 N. Meridian St. — 

Ind. Delta. Sales Engineer Chandler-Tay- 
lor Co. 
Partlow, .David .KIrkpatrick, 83 Baldwin 

Bidg. — Ind. Alnha. Lawyer. 
Parker, Harry Caldwell, Board of Trade Bldg. 

111. Beta. Physician. 
Patterson, J. T., 1237 N. Alabama St.— Ind. 

Delta. 
Pfaff, Waiter Percy, 618 E. Twenty-fourth 

St. — Ind. Beta. Salesman. 
Phillips, Harry Otis, 53 The Circle.— Minn. 

Alpha. l!isurance. 
Piei. Alfred L., 1727 N. Illinois St.— N. Y. 

Alpha. Plel Bros. Starch Co.. State Life 

Bldg. 
Plel, Elmer William.— N. Y. Alpha. With 

Fiel Bros. St:irch Co.. State Life Bldg. 
Rafert, George Otis. 1113 N. Delaware St.— 

Ind. Beta. Grocer. 
Randall, James E., care of "Clayworker." — 

Ohio Delta. 
Raymond, Jr., Henry Ingle, 30 S. Pcnn St. — 

111. Beta. Salesman. 
Relley, William Edward, Indiana Trust Bldg. 

— Ind. Beta, Lawyer. City Prosecutor. 
Riley, James Whitcomb. — Ind. Alpha. 
Rogers, Cameron Clifton, Indiana Trust Bldg. 

—Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Rowan, Staylor Lewis. — Ind. Beta. 
Ruddell, Almus G., 229 S. Meridian St.— Cal. 

Beta. President Central Rubber & Supply 

Co. 
Ruddell. Frank Stallo, 1504 N. Penna. St.— 

Cal. Beta. Printing and Engraving. 
Shaw, Edward Rous, Columbia National 

Bank. — Ind. Alpha. Bookkeeper. 
Sheerin, Thomas De Sales, 903 Traction Bldg. 

—Ind. Delta. With Indpls. Tr. & Terminal 

Co. 
Shirley, Richard A., 421 E. Pratt St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Engineer and Contractor. 
Snyder, Leroy Edwin, 211 Saks Bldg. — Ind. 

Alpha. Secy. Board of Park Commission- 

ers 
Stairi Leslie D., 722 Telephone Bldg.— Ohio 

Epsilon. 
Stevenson, Charles B., 6 McLean PI. — Ind. 

Beta. Real Estate. 
Stoner, Waiter B., 316 E. North St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Insurance. 
Sullivan, Charles Edmond, care of Merchants 

National Bank, — Ind. Alpha. Auditor. 
Sullivan, Thomas L., 503 N. Capitol Ave. — 

Ind. Delta. 
Sullivan, Thomas S. — Pa. Delta. 
Sutherlln, Harold Emmett, care of Enter- 
prise Foundry & Machine Co. — Ind. Alpha. 
Taylor, Wm. Lamborn. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Tennant, Maurice Emerson, 405 Indiana Trust 

Bldg. — Ind. Alpha. lawyer. 
Teter, William Jerome, 1624 Ashland Ave. — 

Ind. Beta. Mgr. of Sales, Sunday Creek 

Co. 
Thompson, Charles, 925 Lemoke Bldg, — Ind. 

Alpha. Lawyer. Carson & Thompson. 
Thompson, William H., Room 19, State 

House. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. Assistant 

Attorney General. 
Todd, Frank A., 517 S. Penna. St. — Kan. 

Alpha. Supt. Indpls. Warehouse Co. 
Toner, Earl Spencer. — Ind. Alpha. With 

Bradstreet Co. 



Van Riper, Guernsey, care of Indianapolis 

Star.— Ind. Alpha. City Editor. 
Walker, Orin De Motte, 3202 N. New Jersey 

St. — Ind. Alpha. Surety Bonds. 
Walker, Wilbur Fisk, 39 N. Ritter Ave.— Ind. 

Alpha. Retired Minister. 
Warrum, Henry, 808 State Life Bldg.— Ind. 

-Alpha. Lawyer. 
Watson, George Douglas.— Ind. Beta. 
Weliman, William Harcourt, 1229 Union St.— 

Ind. Beta. Promoter of Motor Races. 
Wood, John Graham, 1716 N. Penn. St.— Cal. 

Beta. Designer. Empire Motor Car Co. 
Young, Howard S., Lemcke Bldg.— III. Beta. 

Lawyer. Weaver & Young. 
Zaring, Wm. Clarence, 127 S. Meridian St.— 

Ind. Alpha. President A. P. Hendrickson 

Hat Co. 

JAMESTOWN 
Osborne, David Wilson.— Ind. Alpha. 

JEFFERSONVILLE 

Armstrong, James Howard, 629 E. Maple St. 

— Insurance. 
Hopkins, Edwin Sylvester, 309 E. Riverside. 

— Ind. Alpha. Promoter, Great Eastern 

VIvidrome Co. 

KENDALLVILLE 

Fieisher, George Philip.- Ind. Beta. Mer- 
chant. 

Reeve, Frederick Edwin, care of KendallvUle 
Daily Sun. — Ind, Alpha. Editor and Mgr. 

Semans, Raymond L., 213 E. Rush St.— Ind. 
Alpha. Minister. 

KENTLAND 
Biilman, Howard.— Ohio Beta. Minister. 

KNIGHTSTOWN 

IVAorgan, Raymond C. — Ind. Beta, 
Reddick, Harry Wilfred.— Ind. Beta. In- 
structor. 
Smith, Benjamin Lewis. — Ind. Alpha, 
vyaliing, Charles W.— Ind. Beta. Merchant. 

KOKOMO 

Barnes, John William.- Ind. Alpha. Retired. 
Crick, Charles Warner, 423 W. Walnut St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Elliott, Donald F., 705 N. Washington St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Elliott, Earl C, 320 W. Monroe St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Cashier. Kokomo Water Works Co. 
Leach, Howard H. — Ind. Beta. 
McCarty, Lester Rex, 823 Courtland Ave. N. 

— Ind. Alpha. Teacher. 
Smith, Newton Broadus, 221% N. Buckeye 

St. — Ind. Beta. Law and Insurance. 
Tharp, Ellsworth Linn, 810 S. Washington 

St. — Ind. Beta. Real Estate. 

LADOGA 
Clouser, Ira. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

LAFAYETTE 

Bond, Beverley Waugh, Jr., 129 Russell St. — 

Md. Alpha. Instructor. 
Endsley, Louis Eugene, 815 N. Ninth St.— 

Ind. Delta. Instructor. 
Harshaw, Frank, 1307 N. Fourteenth St. — 

Ind, Delta. Chemist. 
Haywood, Marshall Earl, 914 Union St.—* 

Ind. Delta. Publisher. 
Htggtnbotham, Benjamin K. — Pa. Alpha 

Lawyer. 



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Kern, Charles B., 610 Columbia St. — Ind. 
Gamma. Physician. 

Levering, Frank Howard. — HI. Beta. Mis- 
sionary- 

Hlliis,- James Daniel. — Ind. Alpha. Medicine. 

Matthews, James Henderson. — Pa. Alpha. 

Michael, Morris 8. — ^Ind. Beta. 

Ross, James C. — Ind. Delta. 

LAGRANGE 

Hughes, George Edward. — Ind. Gamma. Min- 
ister. 

LA PORTE 

Crawford, David W. — Ind. Gamma. Sales- 
man. 

Hook, Henry Raymond, R. R. No. 3. — Ind. 
Delta. Stock raising and farmingr. 

Weaver, Hart Neal, 1627 Michigan Ave.— Ind. 
Delta. Clerk, LaPorte Carriage Co. 

LAWRENCEBURG 

Diem, John G. — N. T. Alpha. 

Roberts, George Moses. — Ind. Beta. Student. 

Shaw, Archibald. — Ind. Alpha. 

Shaw, Edward R. — Ind. Alpha. 

Shaw, Harris Fitch. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 

O'Brien, Cornelius. — Ind. Delta. Banking. 

Emmert, Edward John, M. D. — Ind. Alpha. 

Gold, Earl Thomas. — Ind. Beta. Educational. 

LEBANON 

HIgglns, Bart 8. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Jones, Lester Forsythe, 618 N. Meridian. — 

Ind. Alpha. Treas. Campbell. Smith. Ritchie 

Co. 
Terhune, Thomas J. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Terhune, W. D. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

LIGONIER 

Green, William Henry. — Wis. Alpha. Student. 
Thompson, James Stacy. — ^Wis. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

LINTON 
Humphreys, James H. — Ind. Beta. Banking. 

LOGAN8PORT 

Bliss, Harold Paul, 916 Market St.— Ind. Del- 
ta. Student. 

Dunn, Allan Ross. — ^Pa. Alpha. Railroad en- 
gineer 

Waters,' Edward John, 800 High St.— Mich. 
Alpha. Student. 

LONDON 

Rubush, Thomas Robert. — Ind. Gamma. Phy- 
sician. 

MADISON 

Bowman, Ford Charles, 527 W. Third St. — 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Ernest, Fritz B. — Ind. Delta. 

MARION 

Beshore, Harry Lee, 722 S. Branson St. — Ind. 
Delta. Student. 

Beard, Frank Morton, 607 S. Washington St. 
— Ind. Alpha. Insurance. 

Campbell, Don. — Ind. Delta. 

Cofnn, Charles Watson, 520 Whites Ave. — 
Ind. Alpha. Salesman. 

Cronkhlte, Christopher Columbus. — Ind. Gam- 
ma. Physician. 

Davis, Merrll S., 419 W. Fifth.- Ind. Beta. 
Student. 

Freei, Lawrence P., 110 N. Nebraska St. — 
Ind. Beta. Student. 



Haines, John Stretch, 812 S. Washington St 
— Ind. Alpha. Banking. 

Haiderman, Charles W., 109 W. 5th St.— Ohic 
Gamma. Newspaper publisher. 

Jones, Samuel Frank, 509 W. 5th Ave. — Ind. 
Beta. Manager glass factory. 

Lockwood, Charles Waite, 607 W. Third. — 
Ind. Alpha. Telegraph editor. 

Lockwood, George Browning, 122 N. Wash- 
ington St. — Ind. Alpha. Publisher. 

Lenfesty, Nathan C, 625 W. Fourth. — Ind. 
Alpha. Student. 

McMurtrie, Uz, 1511 S. Boots St.— Ind. Beta. 
Deputy treasurer of Grant county. 

Messick, Allen George, 110 S. Adams. — Ind. 
Beta. Student. 

Osborn, Arthur E. — Ind. Alpha. Traveling 
salesman. 

Strlcler, Dahi L., 1012 S. Boots St.— Ind. Del- 
ta. Student. 

Truebiood, Fred Wiliette, 508 S. Whites Ave. 
— Ind. Beta. Student. 

Tukey, Walter Bradiee, 1009 Spencer Ave. — 
Ind. Alpha. Musical promoter. 

Van Atta, Robert Miller. — Ind. Beta. Law- 
yer, Glass block. 

Wilkinson, Glenn Anderson, 1004 S. Adams. — 
Ind. Alpha. Manufacturing. 

MARSHALL 

McMurtry, Charles T. — Ind. Gamma. Farm- 
er. 

MARTINSVILLE. 

Jordan, James H. — Ind. Beta. Justice Su- 
preme court of Indiana. 

Kendrick, William Henry, 217 W. Eighth 
St. — Ind. Delta. Student. 

Landers, Howe Stone, 1007 Odd Fellows Bldg. 
— Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 

McCord, Flam M. — Ind. Beta. 

McCord, Wm. E. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

MICHIGAN CITY 

Kerrigan, Robert Lee, 409 Washington St. — 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Orr, George Raymond, 713 Franklin St.— 

Minn. Beta. Forester. 
Orr, John Eliot, 713 Franklin St.— Minn. Beta. 

Student. 
Parks, Ralph Edward, 311 K Seventh St. — 

Ind. Delta. Student. 
Rogers, George Peabody, 707 Washington St. 

— N. Y. Alpha. With Haskell & Barker 

Car Co. 
Rogers, Harvey Grlflln, 701 Washington St. — 

N. Y. Alpha. With Frederic H. Burnham 

Co. 
Vail, George Truesdell, 624 Washington St. — 

N. Y. Alpha. Banking. 
White, Elwood Sanger, 614 Franklin St. — 

Ind. Delta. Demonstrator, American Ra- 
diator Co. 

MILTON 
Morris, William Frampton. — Ind Beta. 

MITCHELL 

Moore, Noble Leroy. — Ind. Beta. Banking. 
Morton, Samuel M. — Ind. Alpha. Minister. 
O'Donneii, Edgar Charles. — Ind. Beta. Edu- 
cational. 

MONTICELLO 

Brucker, Fred Lewis, Main St. — Ind. Beta. 
Student. 

Cowger, Clarence Ruiand. — Ind. Beta. Law- 
yer. 

Loughry, Maynard A. — Ind. Beta. Flour. 

Spencer, Charles C. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer 
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MOORE8 HILt 
MacQueen, Glenroie.— Pa. Beta. Minister. 

MORGANTOWN 

Obenshain, Caleb Anderson. — Ind. Alpha. 
Minister. 

MOUNT VERNON 
Owen, Jr., Alfred Dale. — Ind. Beta. 

MUNCIE 

Austin, Charles McLane. — Ind. Beta. Edu- 
cational. 

Bracken, Leon Idas Locke Ind. Beta. Law- 
yer. 
Bracken, Thomas E. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Darnell, H. C, 311 S. Cherry St.— Ind. Alpha. 

Salesman. 
Davis, Charles 8trout, 330 E. Washington St. 

—Ind. Alpha. Sec'y-Treas, Glascock Bros. 

Mfg, Co. 
Helm, Mark Powers. — Ind. Beta. Care Ball 

Brothers. 
Koons, George Henry, Wheeling Ave.- -Ind. 

Beta. Lawyer. 
Martin, Samuel Albert. — Ind. Gamma. Den- 
tist. 
Max, Cecil Alvlere, 900 S. Walnut St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Drugs. 
Metts, Charles Horatio, care Muncie Star. — 

Ind. Alpha. Circulation department 
Morrow, Benlamin Beamer, 321 Calvert Ave. 

— Ohio Alpha. Physician. 
Nottingham, Carl A.— Ind. Delta. Proprietor 

Muncie Kraut Co. 
Powers, John Lewis. — Ind. Beta. Farming. 
Shields, Edgar, 416 E. Adams St.— Ind. Beta. 

Physician. 
Swain, Edwin Orlando, Anthony Place.— Ind. 

Alpha. With Ball Bros. Glass Mfg. Co. 

NEW ALBANY. 

Austin, Harry H., Silver Hills.— Ind. Alpha. 

Coleman, William J., Ill Ekln Ave.— Ind. 
Gamma. Newspaper. 

McCulloch, Edward Mart. — Ind. Gamma. Re- 
tired lawyer and farmer. 

Poucher, John. — Ind. Alpha. 

Talbott, J. J.— Ind Beta. 

NEW HARMONY 

LIchtenberger, Fred. — Ind. Beta. 

Owen, Richard Dale, 118 Church St. — Ind. 

Beta. Banking. 
Owens, Walter Reed Dale. — Ind. Beta. 
Stoker, Fred. — Ind. Beta. 
Thomas, William Howard.— Dl. Beta. Flour 

and grain. 

NEW LEBANON 

Springer, James Franklin. — Ind. Alpha. 
Springer, John F. — Ind. Alpha. 
Springer, Thomas Benton. — Ind. Alpha. 
Stock dealer. 

NEWPORT 

Nixon, Burnett Roy. — Ind. Alpha. 

Nixon, Henry Victor. — Ind. Alpha. Banking. 

NOBLESVILLE. 

Craig, Harry Victor, 230 E. Maple Ave. — Ind. 

Beta. With V. S. Postofflce. 

Craycraft, Albert, 65 E. Conner St. — Ind. 

Beta. Student. 

Craycraft, George, 65 E. Conner St. — Ind. 

Beta. Dry goods merchant. 

Fertig, Emmet Ross, 68 S. Tenth St. — Ind. 

Beta. Student. 



Gwinn, Fred Harvey.— Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Hare, Frank, 36 E. Conner St.— Ind. Beta. 

Vehicle Manufacturer. 
Hines, Frederick Eugene, 216 E. Logan SL — 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Hines, Hariey c. — Ind. Beta. Student 
HInes, Samuel Neal — Ind. Beta. JoumalisL 
McCole^ George Malcolm, 120 EL Clinton St.— 

Ind. Alpha. Medical student. 
ShirU, Walter, 102 E. Conner St.— Ind. Beta. 

Lawyer. 
Teter, Walter Allan, 130 S. Ninth St.— Ind. 

Beta. Student 

NORTH VERNON 

Tripp, Donald Hatfield.— N. Y. Alpha. Lum- 
ber. 
Wagner, Chapin.— Ind. Beta. 

OAKTOWN 
Polk, Curtis Freeland — Ind. Beta. Banking. 

ORLEANS 
Talbott, William Nillary.— Ind. Beta. 

OSSIAN 

Metts, John W., R. F. D. 2.— Ind. Alpha. 
Farmer. 

OWENSVILLE 

Williams, John Madison. — Ind. Beta. Phy- 
sician. 

PAOLI 

Farreli, Harrison Harlan. — Ind. Gamma. 
Stout, Samuel Ernest. — Ind. Beta. 

PATOKA 
Danks, Joseph C. — Ind. Alpha. 

PENDLETON 

Brownback, Orlando Walker, 77 S. Pendleton 
Ave. — Pa. Beta. Physician. 

PENNVILLE 

Porter, Albert Dixon. — Ohio Alpha. Supt. of 
School.^. 

PERU 

Bridge, Ulysses 8. A., 133 W. Main St— Ind. 
Alpha. Minister. 

Leebrick, Robert John, 86 W. Sixth St.— Ohio 
Delta. Student. 

Lockwood, Edward Harrison, Ridgeview. — 
Ind. Alpha. Student. 

Miller, Jr., George Curtis, 82 W. Sixth St- 
ill. Alpha. Banking. 

Miller, Harry Leebrick. — Ind. Alpha. 

Miller, Walter L.— Ind. Alpha. 

Trippeer, Allen G. — Ind. Alpha. 

Weimer, Charles AInsworth, 81 E. Fifth St 
- -Ind. Gamma. Asst. postmaster. 

Woodring, Ross. — Ind. Alpha. 

PLYMOUTH 

Lamson, Harry Brown, Plumb St. — Ind. Del- 
ta. Salesman. 

PRINCETON 

Embree, Lucius Conwell, 603 Hall St. — Ind. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 
Miller, Charles A.— Ind. Beta. Physician. 
Robinson, Woodfin D. — Va. Alpha. Judge 

Ind. Appellate court. 
Runcie, John W. — Ind. Alpha. 
Smith, Hassel Wendell. — 111. Alpha. Student 



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Woods, Rob«rt Archer, 226 E. Broadway. — 

Ind. Beta. Insurance. 
Yeager, Henry A., Cor. West and Walnut.— 

Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 

PORTLAND 

Bowers, Henry Willard. — Ind. Alpha. Teacher. 
Drake, Orval Qlenn. — Ind. Gamma. Student. 
Holmes, Walter C., 228 E. High St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Grain. 
Moorman, Robert Johnson, 224 E. Arch St. — 

Ind. Delta. Student. 

POSEY VI LLE 

Fletchall, Eugene Oaiton. — Ind. Beta. Mer- 
chant. 

RENSSELAER 

Gwin, Alonzo Perry. — Tex. Alpha. Student. 
Hiplinger, Henry Walter. — Ind. Beta. V. 8. 

Civil Service. 
Hollingsworth, Emmet Louis. — Mich. Alpha. 

Banking. 

RICHMOND 

Bartel, Fred John, 25 8. Thirteenth St.— Ohio 
Beta. Dry goods. 

Carpenter, Braxton W. — Ind. Gamma. Man- 
ufacturing. 

Freeman, Perry J., 107 S. Twenty-flrst St. — 
Ind. Alnha. Lawyer 

Hibberd, Wilbur Carl, 2233 E. Main St.— 111. 
Beta. Mortgage loans. 

Hill, George Edward. — Ind. Alpha. 

Howard, Elmer Q,, 110 S. Eleventh St — Ohio 
Beta. Minister. 

Huber, Conrad, 333 S. Seventh St. — Ohio 
Beta. Minister. 

Kirkman, Roscoe Everett, 300 Pearl St. — Ind. 
AInha L^aDwer 

McNeill,' Jerome, io5 N. Ninth St.— Ind. Beta. 
Educational. 

Smith, Charles Horatio.— Ind. Beta. Educa- 
tional. 

Smith, Samuel Edwin. — Ind. Beta. Physician. 

ROCHESTER 

Coniy, George S. — 111. Beta. 
Loom is, William Mackey. — Ind. Gamma. 
Farmer. 

ROCKPORT 

Mason, William Christopher. — Ind. Beta. 
Laundry. 

ROCKVILLE 

Ferguson, Walter Scott. — Ind. Alpha. Lum- 
ber. 

Ferguson, William E. — Ind. Alpha. Lumber. 

Funkhouser, John. — Ind. Alpha. 

Hargrave, Arthur Alonzo. — Ind. Gamma. Ed- 
itor and publisher. 

McFadden, John S. — Ind. Gamma. Lawyer. 

RUSHVILLE 
Watson, James Ell. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 

RUSSIAVILLE 
Endicott, George Franklin. — Ind. Delta. 



Stout, Arthur LIndley. — Ind. Beta. Manufac- 
turing. 

SELLERSBURG 

Beck, Alfred Lindley. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Beck, Wm. Lister. — Ind. Beta. Educational. 
Klrkpatrick, William. — Ind. Beta. Educa- 
tional. 

SELMA 
Cecil, Arthur Simpson. — Ind. Alpha. 

SEYMOUR 
Caldwell, John W.— Ind. Beta. 

SHELBYVILLE 

Bllllngsley, Allen Loren, 37 St. Marys St. — 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Billman, Joseph W., 13% S. Harrison St.— 

Ohio Beta. Lawyer. 
Carson, Erasmus Thomas. — Ind. Alpha. Field 

examiner. State Board of Accounts. 
Carter, A. B. James Charles, 29 N. West St. 

— Ind. Alpha. 
Stroup, Everet Elmore, W. Franklin St. — Ind. 

Alpha. Lawyer. « 
Whitcomb, A. B. David Hays, 87 W. Me- 
chanic St.— Ind. Alpha. With Davls-Birley 

Table Co. 
Whitcomb, Harry, 87 W. Mechanic St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Furniture. 
Wilson, Frank Reed. — Ind. Gamma. Bank- 

ingr. Cashier Shelby National bank. 

> 

SHOALS 

Boyle, Cecil Wayne. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 

Griest, Oliver Howard. — Ind. Gamma. Tench- 
er. 

Guthridge, Earl Mulr. — Ind. Alpha. Student. 

Shirley, Henry Wilson. — Ind. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

SOUTH BEND 

Brown, Wm. Emery. — Pa. Alpha. Drugs. 
France, Earl Fulsom, 417 Colfax Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. With Chalmers Automobile Co. 
Hamilton, Miller. — Ind. Beta. Student. 
Hariin, Wilbur Albert, 530 N. Main St.— Wis. 

Alpha. Student. 
Harrop, George Argale, 734 Park Ave. — Ohio 

Alpha. Secy, and Treas. The National Co. 
Mayr, Jr., Frank. — Mich. Alpha. 
Mayr, George Henry. — Mich. Alpha. 
Miller, Russell Harrop, 752 Cottage Grove. — 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Parker, Reed Lynne. — Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Reynolds, John Foster, 620 W. La Salle St. — 

Mich. Alpha. Student. 
Towne, Salem Lockwood, care of Folding Pa- 
per Box Co. — Ind. Alpha. 
Varier, Charles Emmet, 303 S. Lafayette St. 

— Mich. Alpha. Physician. 
Ward, Jr., Wilbert, 304 N. Main St.— Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Wooiever, Harry. 330 S. Main St.— N. T. 

Beta. Y. M. Cf. A. 

SOUTH WHITLEY 

Metz, Irvin Taza.— Ind. Beta. 

Moe, Francis B. — Ohio Alpha. Lawyer. 



SAINT DENIS 
Woodyear, William Edward. — Pa. Gamma. 

SALEM 

Crim, Walter Henshaw, Maple Heights. — Ind. 
Beta. Lumber. 



SPENCER 

Fowler, Inman Henry. — Ind. Beta. Banking. 
Hickam, Hubert. — Ind. Beta. Student. 
HIckam, Willis. — Ind. Beta. Lawyer. 
Milligan, Albert Bushnell, 14 Hillside Ave.— 

Ind. Gamma. . Farming. 
Moore* George Webb. — Ind. Beta. 



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PHI KAPPA P8I FEATEBNITY. 



8TILE8VILLE 
Coble, Lee Elbert. — Pa. Kappa. Journalist. 

SULLIVAN 

Hunt, Charles Douglat, 328 W. Washington 

St. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Hunt, Jesee Beeson, W. Washington St. — 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 

TERRE HAUTE 

Black, Lee McKnIght, 1108 S. Sixth St.— 
III. Delta. Wholesale Drugs. 

Blumberg, Benjamin, 328 S. Fifth St. — Ind. 
Alpha. Student. 

Colvin, Charles M. — Ind. Alpha. 

Davis, Josephus Coilett. — Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Paris, George Washington. — Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Goodrich, Frederick Ransom. — D. C. Alpha. 

Heath, Samuel Wild, 401 N. Fifth St— Wifi. 
Alpha. Kngineer. 

Hutchlngs, Benjamin Merle. — Ind. Gamma. 
Physician 

James, Alfred Edwin, ^20 Walnut St. — 111. 
Delta. Student. 

Kimberlln, Robert O'Brien. — Ind. Alpha. Min- 
ister. 

Lee, Marshall Gillespie, 622 Swan St. — Ind. 
Alpha. Real Estate. 

McBeth, Reid Bayers, 1905 N. Eighth St.— 
Ind. Delta. Farmer. 

Powell, Fred Arthur, 1435 S. Fourth St. — Ind. 
Alpha. Mining (Coal). 

Smith, Robert John. — Ind. Alpha. Mining 
(Coal). 

Talley, Homer Beeson, 521 N. 6^ St. Ind. 
Alpha. Mining (Coal). 

Talley, Waiter Weldin, 454 N. Seventh St.— 
Ind. Alpha. Coal. 

Tennant, Luclen Donnohue, 824 S. Fifth St. — 
Ind. Alpha. Student. 

Tennant, Richard 8. — Ind. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Whitcomb, Charles, 1331 S. Sixth St.— Ind. 
Alpha. Real Estate. 

THORNTOWN 

Davis, Cecil G. — Ind. Gamma. Teacher. 
-Stokes, William Roger. — Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

UNION CITY 

Bell, Samuel Reynolds. — Ohio Gamma. Law- 
yer. 

VALPARAISO 

Fifield, Clem Henry. — Ind. Delta. Engineer. 
FIfieid, Otto Glenn. — Ind. Delta. Student. 
Heeb, Jesse Roland, 409 Elmhurst Ave. — Ind. 
Alpha. Manufacturing and Publishing. 

VEEDERSBURQ 

Culver, Reuben Dillon. — Pa. Beta. Pres. 
Wabash Clay Co. 

VEVAY 

Waidenmeyer, Ben C. — Ind. Alpha. 

VINCENNES 

Emison, Ewing Rabb, Broadway St. — Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Emison, John Clinton, 521 N. Fifth St— Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Emison, John W. — Ind. Alpha. Postmaster. 
Emison, James Wade, 524 Broadway. — Ind. 

Alpha. Lawyer. 



Hamilton, Robert C, 422 Scott St. — ^Ind. Beta. 

Student. 
MacAndrew, Jr., Wm. A., R. R. No. 6. — ^111. 

Beta. Student. 
Moore, l^aurice Gardner, 203 N. Third SL — 

Ind. Beta. Physician. 
Nicholson, Raymond Beckes, 612 Broadway. 

— Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Racey, Russel S., 803 Perry St. — Ind. Beta. 

Student. 
Sheperd, Dwight Harrison, 429 N. Third St. 

— Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Simpson, Harry D., R. F. D. No. 2. — Ind. 

Beta. Mgr. Knox Nurseries. 

WABASH 

Hollapeter, Samuel Lynch, 32 N. Fisher St. — 

Ind. Alpha. Student. 
Huff, wniard Louis, 166 W. Maple.— Ind. 

Alpha. Student. 
Neco, Alexander. — Pa. Alpha. 
Payne, George Murphy. — Ind. Alpha. 
Scott, Oliver Lynn, 70 W. Maple St. — ^Ind. 

Beta. Student. 
Wilson, Frank P.— Ind. Alpha. 

WARSAW 

Bowser, Francis Edgar. — Ind. Beta. Judge 

Circuit Court. 
Cook, Erwin Nicholas. — Ind. Alpha. 
Egner, Charles W. — Ind. Beta. Teacher. 
Jacques, Edward Gordon. — Ind. Alpha. 
Reed, Will.— Ind. Beta. 

WASHINGTON 

Brand, William Levlt. — Ind. Beta. 
Burke, Matthew F. — Ind. BBta. Banking. 
Hyatt, Robert Cameron. — Ind. Beta. Mer- 

chandise. 
Rogers, Arthur. — Ind. Beta. Student. 
Wadsworth, Heilman Curtis. — Ind. Beta. 
Wadsworth, Ralph Dyal, 216 E. Tenth St.— 

Ind. Beta. Teacher. 

WEST BADEN 

Dowden, Chauncey Warring. — Ind. Beta. 
Physician. 

Howard, John Leslie. — ^Va. Alpha. Physi- 
cian. 

WEST LAFAYETTE 

Alford, Thomas Greene, 220 Waldron. — Ind. 

Beta. Teacher. 
Young, Jacob Brown, 130 Andrews PI. — Ind. 

Beta. Physician. 

WEST NEWTON 
Allen, Linton Raymond. — Ind. Beta. 

WHITESTOWN 

Nelson, David Whetson. — Ind. Gamma. 

Teacher. 
Taylor, William Irven. — Ind. Alpha. 

WILLIAMSBURG 
Reynolds, Charles Lawrence. — ^Ind. Alpha. 

WILLIAMSPORT 

Durborrow, William Boyer. — Ind. Beta. Law- 
yer. 

WINCHESTER 

Goodrich, James Putnam. — Ind. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Markle, Grant C, 37 N. Meridian. — Ind. Gam- 
ma. Physician. 

Watson, Charles Lindsey. — Ind. Alpha. 



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WINONA LAKE 
Norton, Ralph C. — Ind. Alpha. 

ZION8VILLE 
Clark, Wesley Fletcher. — Ind. Beta. 

' INDIAN TEBBITOBT 
MUSKOGEE 
Martin, Jr., Benjamin. — D. C. Alpha. 

IOWA 

ADEL 
Hutchlns, Arthur Clair. — la. Delta. 

ALBIA 

Elbert, George T. — HI. Beta. 
Eehbach, H. C. — Pa. Eta. Medicine. 
Mason, Ralph Taylor. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Nichol, Francis NIchol. — la. Alpha. Deputy 
U. S. Marshal. 

ALDEN 
Tool, Casslus. — la. Delta. 

ALQONA 
Starr, Milton. — la. Gamma. 

AMES 
Everly, Henry Jackson. — la. Delta. 

ATLANTIC 

Bruce, Clarence Wallace. — la. Alpha. Bank- 

Ing. 
Herron, John. — Pa. Alpha. Minister. 

AUDUBON 
Harris, Joseph B. — la. Delta. 

BLOCKTON 
Campbell, Zeno Andrew. — ^la. Delta. 

BOONE 

Sparks, Eugene Victor. — la. Delta. 
Wright, Joseph Sheldon. — la. Delta. 

BURLINGTON 

Holsteen, Frederick Sophus, 1895 Hls^hland 

Ave. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
IIHck, John Theron, 626 Garfield Ave. — Pa. 

Zeta T jL ntvt^i* 

Strong, Arthur Churchill, 201 Spring St. — ^la. 
Alpha. Student. 

Stutsman, Carl. — la. Alpha. Physician. 

Von Ende, Henry Leopold. — la. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Washburn, Arthur Mansfield, 312 Garfield 
Ave. — la. Alpha. Student. 

CASEY 
Miller, Albert Oscar. — la. Delta. 

CEDAR FALLS 

Keene, Thomas Beverley, First and Main. — 

Ind. Alpha. Dentist. 
Seerley, Homer Horatio, 2403 Normal. — ^la. 

Alpha. President Iowa State Teachers' 

College. 



CEDAR RAPIDS 

Averlll, Glenn, 320 Second St. — Mich. Alpha. 
Banking. 

Benson, William, 120 N. Seventeenth St. — 
Wis. Gamma. Instructor. 

Burton, Lewis H. — Mich. Alpha. 

Clark, Atherton Brockway, 800 First Ave. — 
la. Alpha. Student. 

Cooper, Albert Thomas, 811 Security Sav- 
ings Bank Bldg. — Pa. Beta. Lawyer. 

Crawford, J. Lvnn. — la. Alpha. Physician. 

Ferguson, Louis Bangs, 706 Second Ave. — 
la. Alpha. 

Harman, Warren. — la. Gamma. 

Harmon, William R., 312 S. Tenth St.-r-N. Y. 
Alpha. 

Haskell, Guy Fielding, 1726 D Ave.— Mich. 
Alpha. Concrete Conetructlon. 

Heatd, Frank Alfred. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 

Josselyn, Paul Rletler, 841 Fourth Ave. — Wis. 
Gamma. Student. 

McClelland, Freeman, C. R. S. B. Bldg. — la. 
Alpha. Dentist. 

Perry Oxiey. — la. Alpha. Student. 

Playter, Philip, 420 Twelfth St.— la. Alpha. 
Student. 

Rothrock, James Harvey. — la. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 

Williams, George Perclval, 625 A Ave. — la. 
Alpha. 

CENTERVILLE 

Bradley, David Campbell, 524 W. State St. — 

111. Gamma. Banking. 
Haynes, Eugene C. — la. Alpha. 

CHARLES CITY 

Sprlggs, Alex Read. — Pa. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Tracy, Percy Wheeler. — Wis. Alpha. Mer- 
chant. 

CLARINDA 

Wilson, Stephen Eugene. — ^la. Delta. 

CLEARFIELD 
Thompson, Allen Abram. — la. Delta. 

CLEAR LAKE 

Tompkins, Earle Duncan. — ^la. Alpha. 
Underwood, Arthur Wilson. — la. Delta. 

CLERMONT 
Larrabee, William. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 

CLINTON 

Cole, Fred L., 527 Sixth Ave. — Ind. Delta. 

Cook, Samuel Sampson, 1131 N. Second St. — 
HI. Delta. Student. 

Ewing, Amos Grier. — Pa. Alpha. 

Kelly, Paul Frederick. — ^Wls. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Van Allen, Frederick Holmes. — Mich. Alpha. 

COE COLLEGE 

Phelps, Stephen. — Pa. Alpha. President Coe 
College. 

CORYDON 
Steel, Charles W. — la. Delta. 

COUNCIL BLUFFS 

Bralnerd, Howard Hatch, 617 Willow Ave. — 

la. Alpha. Auditor. 
Foley. Grattan S., 740 First Ave. — Mich. 

Alpha. Business. 



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PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. 



Hafer, Wyllc Warren, 645 Franklin Ave. — 

la. Alpha. Lumber. 
Hess, John Jacob. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
PInney, Hurlbert Henry, R. F. D. No. 3. — 

Mich. Alpha. Live Stock. 
Reed, Qlen F. — la. Alpha. 
Ross, DIHon Lewis, 300 Fifth Ave. — la. Alpha. 

La^vvcr 
Stuart, David Eldred.— la. Delta. 
Sylvester, John Milton. — la. Delta. 
Walk, George Edward. — Va. Delta. 

CRESTON 

Chllds, Hal Augustan, Eagle Block. — la. Al- 
pha. Medicine. 

DALLAS CENTER 

Richmond, Alien Rossman. — la. Alpha. Stu- 
dent. 

Richmond, Lawrence Brenton. — la. Alpha. 
Drugs. 

Richmond, Raymond Everett. — la. Alpha. 
Drugs. 

DANBURY 
Murphy, George Washington. — la. Delta. 

DAVENPORT 

Ballard, Harry WInthrop, 215 W. Sixteenth 

St. — la. Alpha. Pharmacist. 
Bawden, Stephen Phelps. — la. Alpha. Law- 
yer. 
Berry, Omar Alford, 2214 Farnam St. — Ind. 

Delta. Civil Engineer. 
Bollinger, James Wills, 425 E. Locust St. — 

la. Alpha. Iron. 
Chambers, John S. Davis, 525 Perry St. — 

la. Alpha. Physician. 
Clark, Francis Marion. — la. Delta. 
Cook, Ruel Bridge. — la. Alpha. 
Decker, George Edward, 742 Brady St. — la. 

Alpha. Physician. 
Decker, Herbert M. — la. Alpha. Physician. 
Oively, George W. — Ohio Beta. 
Hamann, Albert William, 15 Masonic Tem- 
ple. — la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
LIndsey, George Francis. — la. Alpha. 
Lindsay, George S. — la. Alpha. Lumber. 
Marks, Louis Morton, 1026 Perry St. — la. 

Alpha. Grocery. 
Mason, James Bialne. — Pa. Delta. 
Mueller, Alfred Christian, 530 Ripley St.— 

la. Alpha. Lawyer. 
Ransom, Willard Glidden, 1410 Perry St. 

— Kun. Alpha. Salesman. 
Stever, Robert Frederick, 836 Kirkwood Blvd. 

— la. Alpha. Student. 
Techentin, Henry William. — la. Alpha. In- 

surance 
Vollmer, Fred, 124 Hllcrist Ave.— la. Alpha. 

County Attorney. 
Vollmer, Karl, 817 W. Seventh St. — la. Alpha. 

Physician. 

DENNI80N 
Gregory, Horace Whiting. — la. Alpha. 

DES MOINES 

Akers, John Wesley. — la. Gamma. 
Baker, Harry Mitchell.— la. Delta. 
Barnitz, Samuel Bacon. — Pa. Epsilon. 
Beckerman, Frank Frederick, 815 State St — 

N. Y. Delta. Minister. 
Buzick, Ira C. — Pa. Beta. 
Carr, Fred Parker. — la. Alpha. lawyer. 
Cummins, Frank Sherman, 2501 IngersoU 

Ave.— la. Alpha. Traffic Mgr. Inter-Urban 

Ry. 
Dorr, Edward Elisha, 605 Cit. Natl. Bank 

Bldg. — Iowa Beta. Physician. 



Dunshee, Frank Strong, Manhattan Bldcr- — 

Wis. Gamma. Lawyer. 
Fairall, John A., 1404 R Ninth St.^Ia. Alpha. 
Hippee, George B. — Ohio Gamma. Banking. 
Hull, A. G.— la. Alpha. 
Johnson, Griff. — la. Delta. 
Jones, Hardy Neil Powell. — Miss. Alpha. 
Martin, General Grant. — la. Delta. 
McGriff, Howard E. — la. Delta. 
Moorehead, C. C. — Pa. E^psilon. Physician. 
Mulock, Edwin James Hulbert. — la. Alpha. 

Insurance. 
Strauss, Oscar, 1428 High St.. — la. Alpha. 

I..aw ver 
Whitcomb, Bonner, 719 Fifteenth St. — la. 

Alpha. 
Williams, Robert Edward, 1233 Thirteenth St. 

— N. Y. Epsilon. Physician. 
Witmer, William Wirt, 2900 W. Grand Ave. 

— Pa. Epsilon. Retired. 

DIAGONAL 
Sparks, James Dunn. — la. Delta. 

DUBUQUE 

Blades, William Fletcher, 424 W. Fifth St.— 

111. Alpha. Student. 
Bonson, Robert.