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junior Annual 

of 
Lebanon $allep College 



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'CDo those toho praise her name 
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ARON S. KREIDER was born three miles southwest of Annville 
on the twenty-sixth of June, 1863. He attended the public schools 
and later spent a year and a half at Lebanon Valley College. Then 
he went to Allentown Business College, from which he gradu- 
ated at the age of sixteen. Shortly after his graduation he went to Missouri, 
where he worked on a farm for some time. Then he was employed as a clerk in 
a store. In 1 8S3 he came East and secured a position in Dissinger's store at 
Campbelltown. The following year he worked at what was then called Kelly's 
Corner. Soon after this he became manager of Dissinger's store. In 1885 
he married Elizabeth B. Horst. The next year he began to farm and he estab- 
lished Lawn Station on the Cornwall and Lebanon Railroad, lie also located 
a post office, a warehouse, a grist mill and coal and lumber yards at that place. 
He remained there until 1892, when he moved to Palmyra, where he operated 
coal yards, a warehouse and a grist mill. 

In 1893 he rented the old plant of the Palmyra Boot and Shoe Company 
and started in the shoe business. In [894 he limit a factory in Annville. This 
factory was enlarged from time to time until it reached its present size. Mr. 
Kreider now controls four factories, one in each of the following towns: 
Palmyra, Annville, Elizabethtown and Middletown. These have a daily out- 
put of 15,000 pairs of shoes, which are delivered to the merchants through 
four distributing houses, located at Xew York, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and St. 
Louis. Mr. Kreider has developed his business until now his shoes are well 
known throughout the United States. 

Mr. Kreider was chairman of the building committee of the United Breth- 
ren Church at Annville, of which church he is an active and influential mem- 
ber. He has always taken an interest in Lebanon Valley College, and was 
elected to the Hoard of Trustees of the institution in 10,11. Two years later 
he became vice president of the board, and in 1014 he was made president. 

He is also interested in politics. In November, 1912, he was elected by the 
people of his district to the House of Representatives of the United States. 
Two years later he was re-elected by a large majority. He is also one of the 
directors of the Annville National Bank and vice president of the Farmer's 
Trust Company of Lebanon. As he has many business, social and political in- 
terests, so he has many interests in his home, for he has seyen sons and three 
daughters. 



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HE name of the year book of Lebanon 
Valley College has been changed from 
"The Bizarre" to "The Quittapahilla." 

The name formerly used has 
served its day and purpose well. But since condi- 
tions in college life and circles have changed so ma- 
terially, and Lebanon Valley has been growing in 
every department so gratifyingly ; a name has been 
adopted that has strong local significance, one that 
can not he applied to any other institution, and one 
which gives our college an individuality she so well 
deserves. This change has not been made without 
due deliberation; nor without the approval of the 
Faculty, the Executive Committee of the Alumni 
Association, and friends of the school. 

Therefore it has been named after a stream 
which hounds our college town on the west and on 
the south, with which the alumni, friends and stu- 
dents are so well acquainted; and which at the same 
time, calls up many a pleasant memory of the'past, 
— "The Quittapahilla." 






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LOW gently on, thou wand'ring stream of rocks and rills; 
(Hide on amongst the evergreens and rambling- hills. 
Sing on! — Thv music fills the air with joy and mirth, 
Ringing down the glade, along the grassy earth. 
The clear blue waters and the velvet hanks of green; 
Majestic trees swing to and fro and o'er thee lean. 

Flow gently on. and may our love for yon increase; 

Glide on! And may we e're depart from thee in peace. . 
Sing on ! And when in future years we're troubled sore, 

Our thoughts will wander to those college days of yore. 
Flow on! . Glide on! Sing on! Repeat thy work of old; 

Keep cm! The good that thou has) done can ne'er he told. 



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HROUGH these classic halls of learning liave our footsteps echoed, died — ■ 
Soon the footprints that we left will be effaced by life's great tide; — 
Other voices now resound within the halls that knew us well — 
(lone for all. for some forever, are the souths we loved to swell. 



But although we he forgotten, as the years go rolling on — 

Though our deeds may fade and dwindle like the distant stars at dawn — 

Though a greater Alma Mater, with a greater need of fame. 

May forget that once we labored to enhance her noble name — 

We have newer, and shall never, in the darkest days to come. 
Lose the memories of those happy days in this, our college home; 
Other fields will claim our labors, newer ties replace the old — 
But our love for "Lebanon Valley never can, nor will grow cold. 

As a sign of recollection, as a token of esteem. 

What for us could he more fitting, what to others better seem 

Than that we should leave a marker that will stand before these walls 

As a welcome and a guide for those that enter in these balls. 

Rather than a thing of beauty that will shortly pass away — 
Rather than a store of knowledge that will last for but a day — 
Rather than some slight convenience, rather than the hues of dawn — 
We have built in stone eternal, that shall last when we are gone. 

Stand. stones, a massive welcome to the stranger passing through, 

Stand, and may the loyal students be as firm and strong as you, — 

Till these massive stones have crumpled, till their strength and shape have 

passed — 
Till the dust shall claim its children. Nineteen Lourteen's love shall last. 

Carl F. Schmidt, '14. 




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^^fc^HE above picture represents quite well the 
C J splendid and substantial new King of 

^^^ Prussia stone Entrance to the college 
grounds. It was erected by the members of the 
class of 19 1 4 and is a very fitting' evidence of de- 
votion and loyalty to their Alma Mater. It is a 
thing of beauty and is much appreciated not only by 
the authorities of the college but also by all the stu- 
dents and friends of the institution. 

Dr. G. D. Gossard. 



trustees of Hetmnon Pallep College 

Hon, A. S. Kreider - - « President 

Rev. A. B. Statton, D.D. - 1'ice President 

Rev. W. H. Weaver ------ Secretary and Treasurer 

President G. D. Gossard and Faculty, Ex-OfUcio 



REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE 

W, H. W'asiiinger, D.D., Chambersburg - 

J. E. Kleffman, D.D., Baltimore, Md. 

I. F. Snyder. Red Lion --------- 

A. A. Long., D.D., York - 

A. B. Statton. D.D., Hagerstown, Aid. 

L. Walter Lutz, Chambersburg 

W. O. Appenzellar, Chambersburg - 

|. II. Stoxsbvry, Greenmount, Md. 

Hon. W. X. McFaul, Baltimore. .Md. 

I). M. ( )yek. A.B., Boiling- Springs - 

REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE EAST PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE 

M. S. Hendricks, Shamokin 

S. F. Engle, Palmyra 

Rev. P. E. Long.'A.B. Mt. Joy - __-_-_ 

Rev. H. E. Miller, A.M., Lebanon 

Hon. A. S. Kreider. Annville 

S. C. Snoke, Philadelphia 

Rev. I). I). Lowery. D.D., Harrisburg 

Rev. R. R. Butterwick, D.D., Mountville - 

Rev. E. O. Burtner, A.M., Palmyra 

G. F. Brenig. Allentown 

Isaiah Buffington, Elizabethville - 

A. S. Beckley, Shamokin 



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REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE VIRGINIA CONFERENCE 

Prof. J. X. Fries, Berkley Springs, Va. I 9 I 5 

Elmer Hodges, Winchester, Va. - - 191 5 

A. P. Funkhouser, Harrisonburg, Va. 191 5 

Rev. A. S. Hommack, I). I)., Dayton, Va. - 1916 

Rev. A". L. Gruver, D.D., Martinsburg, \V Va. 1916 

W. S. Secrist. Keyser, W. Va. - - - 1916 

TRUSTEES AT LARGE 

PI. S. Immel, Montville Warren A. Thomas, Columbus 

A. J. Cochron, Dawson 

ALUMNI TRUSTEES 

Prof. H. H. Baish, A.M., '01, Altoona Rev. J. E. Runk, D.D., '99, Scottdale 

Rev. A. K. Wier. A.B., '00. Steelton 



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Advancement 

EBAN( )N Valley College stands for the fullest development of 
voting men and women in head, heart and body. Its work is di- 
vided into five departments, namely: College, .Academy, Music, 
Oratorv and Art. 



We have a good school, fine faculty, splendid student body, new modern 
buildings, excellent laboratories, workable library, large campus, new gym- 
nasium, athletic field and track', winning athletics, healthful climate, and our 
students "make good" both in and out of school. The splendid, loyal spirit 
of students and graduates is shown by the equipping of a fine gymnasium by 
the alumni in 1913, the installing of a large Howard Clock by the class of 
1913, and the erection of a beautiful and substantial King of Prussia stone 
entrance to the college grounds by the class of 1914. 

( hir buildings, including grounds and equipment are valued at $300,000. 
However, we must build larger. The number of students has increased re- 
cently and crowded our buildings beyond their capacities so that more than a 
score of young men are rooming in temporary quarters, and the Senior girls 
are rooming in a rented house. The dining hall, though accommodating 120 
boarders, is inadequate and 60 students take their meals in the parlor. The 
growth of the student body is remarkable. Ten years ago there were 22 fresh- 
men, two years ago 38, last year 57 and this vear 104 matriculated. There are 
234 students in the colleg-e department. The total number in all departments 
two years ago was 242. last year 305, and this year there will be 360 or more. 
being an increase of 50 per cent, in two years. We must have more buildings 
and more endowment to accommodate the rapidly increasing student body, 
and we believe they will. come. A campaign is now being carried on to raise 
an endowment fund of $250,000. 

1 >R. G. D. Gossard. 



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The source from which we daily draw. 

From which our wisdom Hows; 
The source of many inspirations. 

Of that which we hold dear; 
The source of intellect and power. 

And tine mentality ; 
The source of all that's good and true. 

Preparing me for life. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




George D. Gossard, D.D., President 

West Virginia Normal and Classical Academy, 1890; A.B., Otterbein 
University, 1892; B.D., Bonebrake Theological Seminary, 1896; Trus- 
tee of Lebanon Valley College, 1908; D.D., Lebanon Valley College, 
1910; Pastor at Marion, Pa., U. B. Church, iS97- - 99; Shippensburg, 
1899-1902; Baltimore Salem U. B., 1902-12; Special Work at Johns 
Hopkins University; President of Lebanon Valley College, 1912-. 



Lebanon Valley College 



John E. Lehman, A.M., Sc.D., Professor of 
Mathematics ami Astronomy. 

A.B., Lebanon Valley College, '74; A.M., 
Lebanon Valley College, 'yy. Special Stu- 
dent, Ohio University, '91; Cornell, '92: 
Professor of Mathematics and Astrono- 
my, 1887- ; Sc.D., Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege, 1913. 





Hiram H. Siiexk, A.M., Professor of His- 
tory. 

Cumberland Valley State Normal, '94: 
A.B., Ursinus College, '99; A.M., Leba- 
non Valley College, '00; University of 
Wisconsin, Summer of '94; Correspond- 
ence Department, University of Chicago. 
"o4-'o5 ; Professor of History and Politi- 
cal Science, Lebanon Valley College, 
1900-. 



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Samuel H. Derickson, M.S., Professor of 
Biological Sciences. 

Lebanon Valley Academy, '96-gy; Leba- 
non Valley College, '02; M.S., Lebanon 
Valley College, '03; Student Johns Hop- 
kins University; Acting' Professor of 
Biology, Lebanon Valley College, '04; 
Professor of Biological Sciences, Lebanon 
Vallev College. '06-. 



Alvix E. Shroyer, A.B., B.D., Professor of 
Greek ami Religion. 

B.S.. Lebanon Valley College, '00; In- 
structor in Ohio Normal, 'oi-'o2; B.D., 
L nion Biblical Seminary, '03 ; Pastor 
United Brethren Church, Highspire, Pa., 
'o3-'oo.: Professor of Creek and Religion, 
Lebanon Valley College, '09- ; Pastor 
United Brethren Church, Annville, Pa., 
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Lebanon Valley College 



Henry E. Wanner, B.S., Professor of Chem- 
istry. 

York High School, '03; B.S., University 
of Pennsylvania, '00 ; Assistant Chemist 
of the Arizona-Mexican Mining and 
Smelting Co.. 'oj-'oS; Professor of Chem- 
istry. Lebanon Valley College, '09-. 





Robert McD. Kirkland, A.M., Josephine 
Bittinger liberty Professorship of Latin 
Language and Literature; Professor of 
French. 

Colgate Academy, '95; Attended Colgate 
University, '<)^-'97: A.B.. University of 
Chicago, '99: A.M., University of Penn- 
sylvania, '08; Harrison Fellowship in 
Classics, University of Pennsylvania, '08- 
'10: Member American Philological Asso- 
ciation; Instructor in Private Schools. '00- 
'05; Instructor at Ursinus, 'o6-'o/ ; In- 
structor at Princeton, 'io-'l2; Professor 
of Latin and French, Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege, '12-. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




Lucy S. Seltzer, A.B., Professor of German. 

Lebanon High School, '06; A.B., Leba- 
non Valley College, '10; Post-Graduate 
Work at Columbia University, Summer 
'1 1 ; Professor of German, Lebanon Val- 
ley Colleee, '10-. 



Doris Long, A.B., A.M., Professor of English. 

A.B.. Barnard College, "10; A.M., Colum- 
bia University, '11; Graduate Student in 
English and Economics, Columbia Uni- 
versity, '11-13; Professor of English. 
Lebanon Yallev College. 14-. 




Lebanon Valley College 



Samuel O. Grimm, A.B.. Principal of Acad- 
emy; Professor of Physics. 

Graduated Millersville State Normal 
School, '07; Pd.B., Millersville State Nor- 
mal School, '09: A.B., Lebanon Valley 
College, '12; Principal, Lebanon Valley 
Academy, '12; Head Department of 
Physics, Lebanon Valley College, '13-. 





Roy J. Guyer, A.B., Director of Athletics; lu- 
st rue for in Latin. 

Graduate C. V. State Normal, '03; A.B., 
Lebanon Valley College, '08: Instructor 
in Latin. Football Coach Lebanon Valley, 
'09; Instructor Latin Lebanon High 
School and Coach Lebanon Valley 
Football, '09; Physical Course Lake 
Geneva Summer School, '10; Physical Di- 
rector Marshalltown, la., Y. M. C. A.. 
'11 ; Spring-field Y. M. C. A. College, '13; 
Playgrounds, Spring-field, Summer, '12; 
Director of Athletics, Lebanon Valley 
College, '13- 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




Mw Belle Adams, Professor of Oratory; In- 
structor in English. 

Graduate Emerson College of Oratory, 
'07: Instructor, dishing Academy, Ash- 
burnham, Mass., 'yj-'oo; Instructor, Caze- 
novia Seminar} - , Cazenovia, X. Y., 'oo- 
'04; Graduate Study. Emerson College, 
'04 and '06: Professor of Oratory and As- 
sistant in English, Williamette Univer- 
sity, '07-do: Professor of Oratory. Leba- 
non Valley College, '10-. 






Florence S. Boeitm, Instructor in Art. 

Annville High School, '02; Lebanon Val- 
ley College Art Department. '04 ; Drexel 
Institute. '04; School of Industrial Art. 
'07; Instructor in Art. Lebanon Valley 
College, '08-. 




Lebanon Valley College 



Marion Adelaide Reed, A.B., Assistant in 
English and German. 

\\ alden High School, '09; Wheaton Semi- 
nar}-, '10; A.B.. Goucher College. '14. 





Emma R. Schmauk, Assistant in French. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




E. Edwin Sheldon. Mus.M., Director of 
Conservatory of Music. 

Alma College, '92; Oberlin Conservatory, 
'95 ; Graduate New England Conservatory 
of Music, '00; Instructor in Pianoforte 
and Theory, Toledo Conservatory, '02- 
"03; Musical Director of Conservatory, 
Lebanon Valley College, '10-. 



Ida Maneval Sheldon, Instructor in Con- 
servatory of Music. 

Mansfield State Normal School; Gradu- 
ate Susquehanna Conservatory, '07 ; Sev- 
ern Studios, New York City, Summer, 
'07 ; Instructor Pianoforte, Harmony and 
Musical History, Susquehanna Univer- 
sity, '07-T0; Instructor in Engle Con- 
servatory of Music, Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege, To-. 




Lebanon Valley College 



Gertrude Katherine Schmidt, Professor of 
Voice Culture and Musical History. 

New Jersey State Normal School, 'o6; 
Graduate. Institute of Musical Art, New 
York City, '10; Supervisor of Music, 
Woodbridge School, 'o6-'o/ ; Soprano 
Soloist, Livingston Avenue Baptist 
Church, New Brunswick, X. J., 'og-'l2; 
Instructor in Voice and Concert Soloist, 
'io-'i2; Professor. Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege, '12-. 





< )ra Belle Bach max, Instructor in Conserva- 
tory of Music. 

Graduated Lebanon Valley Conservatory 
of Music, (piano), 1910; (organ), 1913: 
Instructor in Lebanon Valley Conserva- 
tory, 19 1 3-. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




Rev. S. F. Daughtery, College Fastor. 



.Mrs. Violet X. Freed, Matron. 





William Henry Weaver, Treasurer Leba- 
non I 'alley College. 



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The Quittapahilla 1916 



The Freshmen linger near the source 

Where they can best be fed. 
Farther down the stream we find 

The Sophs are riding on. 
The Juniors are quite near the goal 

For now the stream is wide, 
But the Seniors have emerged, and now- 

Are sailing on the open sea. 




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The Quittapahilla 1916 



£)rmor Class 

OFFICERS 

President - Harry M. Bender, First Semester 

President - - Paul Bowman, Second Semester 

Vice President Frank VanSchaak, First Semester 

Vice President Lester Zug, Second Semester 

Secretary - Myra Kiracofe, First Semester 

Secretary Lakene Engle, Second Semester 

Treasurer - - F hares B. Gibble, First Semester 

Treasurer Phares B. Gibble, Second Semester 

Historian - John H. Ness 



MOTTO 

Spes sibi quis-que 

FLOWER COLORS 

Blue Violet Blue and White 

YELL 

One, Nine, One Five 

Zie, Zaw, Zum, Zive, 

Hullaballo! Gazoo! Gazifteen! 

Lebanon Valley Nineteen Fifteen. 



Lebanon Valley College 



Senior Class i^tstorp 

Ah, Past you dare not claim a 
Nobler class than this — 
Nor nobler class has less of blame, 
Nor blameless class has greater name, 
Nor greater name has grander fame, 
Nor fame — another class like this. 

'^^^-^O recall our achievements and recount our deeds would lead our history be- 
■ J yond the space allotted; but even space would never do justice to the in- 

^^^^ numerable victories by the heroes and heroines of the class, 1915. 

This invincible class of Lebanon Valley College began its career, September 13, 
191 1. As the green army of General Washington through prudence and sagacity 
moved around the over-confident and experienced army of Cornwallis until it reached 
the grand victory grounds of Princeton, so the "Big Greenies", as we were called, 
moved around our foe, the Sophs, until we added to the Annals of our freshman the 
grand victories of "The Posters," "Tug-of-War," "Baseball," "Undisturbed Ban- 
quet," "Class Scraps." 

The next year we returned to Old Lebanon Valley as Sophs. Our hopes were in- 
creased for renewed victories in college activities. As the story is often repeated that 
the Sophs are the outcast class, we showed the dear old college that we could not be 
cast out but, instead, could work, toil and fight for "A place on the Sun." Through 
our efforts we again increased the annals of our class by adding the victories, "Foot- 
ball," "Baseball," "Tug-of-War," "Debate," "Class Scraps" and the first successful 
minstrel to be given by a Sophomore Class of Lebanon Valley. 

As Juniors we determined not only to retain our former prestige, but reach out 
farther for still greater conquests. L'nder the banner of "The White and The Blue" 
we strove toward our goal with new zeal. Our motto "Speo sibi ques-que" had be- 
come a password of every Junior. This was his ambition "For Old L. V. C. and 
1915." For the second time our dramatic talents were proved when we rendered the 
junior play, "A Scrap of Paper." Our Bizarre won admiration and respect for the 
class. Ami now the last year of "the" life is before us. As we look back over the 
years we must say with the sage of old, "It was good for us to be here." In a 
short time each of us will go into the battle of life. Then let us remember that as we 
strove and thereby became victors in college life, so may we strive with all sincerity 
in the battle of life and even there become conquerors. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




Harry M. Bender, K a % 



Historical-Political 



Class: Vice President (2); Basketball (3); Tug-of-War (2); 
Football (2); Treasurer (3); Annual Hoard (3); Cast: "A 
Scrap of Paper"; President (4); Society: Corresponding Sec- 
retary (2); Recording Secretary (2); Treasurer (3); Presi- 
dent (4); Anniversary Orator (4); Glee Club (2. 3. 4); Treas- 
urer (3); Senior-Junior Council (3, 4); Member Executive 
Committee Athletic Association (3, 4); Tennis Manager (3); 
Cast: "As You Like It": Cast: "Much Ado About Noth- 




Gideon L. Blouch, *A5 



Historical-Political 



Society: Corresponding Secretary (2); White Cross Single 
Standard League (3); V. M. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Ministerial As- 
sociation (1, 2, 3); United Brethren Minister. 




Paul 1. Bowman. * a 



Chemical-Biological 



Class: Historian (2); President (3); Society: Correspond- 
ing Secretary (1); Vice President (3); V. M. C. A.; Vice 
President (3); President (4); Athletic Association President 
(4); Secretary of Executive Board (3): Deutscher Verein; 
Treasurer (2); Mathematical Round Table; Treasurer (2); 
Vice President (3); President (4); Cast: "As You Like It"; 
Biological Field Club; Assistant in Biological Laboratory. 



Lebanon Valley College 




Curvin E. Brenneman, * A 2 



Historical-Political 



Class: Tug-of-War (1. 2): Annual Board (3); Society: 
Chaplain (2, 3); Vice President (4); President (4); V. M. 
C. A. Cabinet (3. 4); Member F. F. Club; Death League; 
Ministerial Association. 




A7TH E. Engle, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Society: Pianist (1); Violin Solo, Anniversary (3): Piano 
Solo, Anniversary (4); Vice President (4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 
3. 4); White Shield Single Standard League; Glee Club (1, 
2, 3); Sextette (3); President (3); Eurydice Club (4); Presi- 
dent (4): Chapel Choir (4). 




Ira C. Eby, KA i 



Historical -Political 



Class: Tug-ofAYar (1. 2); Baseball (1); Basketball (1, 2, 3); 
Football (1): Society: Corresponding Secretary (2); Assist- 
ant Tennis Manager (2); Stenographer in College Office (3). 



The Quittapahii la 1916 




Ruth V. Engle, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Secretary (1, 2); Cast: "A Scrap of Paper" (3); So- 
ciety: Critic (4); Recording Secretary (2, 3); Judge (3); Y. 
W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Star Course Committee (4); White 
Shield Single Standard League. 




La Rexe R. Exgle, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Annual Board; Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Society: 
Editor (1); Judge (1); Corresponding Secretary (2); Re- 
cording Secretary (3); Recorder (3); President (4); Presi- 
dent's Address Anniversary; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary (2, 4); 
Vice President (3); White Shield Single Standard League. 




Phares B. Gibble, K a 2 



Historical-Political 



Class: Tug-of-War (1); Football (1); Historian (3); Treas- 
urer (4); Society: Chaplain (3); Critic (4); President (4); 
President's Anniversary Address; Senior-Junior Council (3, 
4); Ministerium: Secretary (2); President (3); Pastor West 
Lebanon Church (1. 2); Pleasant Hill Circuit (3, 4). 



Lebanon Valley College 




Ethel L. Houser, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Society: Recording Secretary (3); Chaplain (3); Vice Presi- 
dent (4); Y. W. C. A.; Secretary (2); Vice President (4); 
White Shield Single Standard League; Instructor in Eng- 
lish in Academy (4). 




Mary I. Irvin, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Secretary (2); Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Annual 
Board; White Shield Single Standard League; Y. W. C. A.; 
Glee Club (3); Eurydice Club (4); Chapel Choir (4); Cast: 
"Much Ado About Nothing"; Instructor in English in 
Academy. 




Yerling YV. Jamison, KA2 



Historical-Political 



Class: Tug-of-War (1); Poet (1); Oratorical Contest; Cast: 
"A Scrap of Paper"; "Minstrel Show"; Society: Editor of 
Examiner (2); Chaplain (2); Vice President (4); Reader 
for Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Cast: "Much Ado About Noth- 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




ihn O. Jones, * A 2 



Historical-Political 



Class: President (2); Debating Team (2); Basketball (2); 
Society: Pianist (2, 3, 4); Treasurer (3, 4); Chaplain (4); 
Anniversary Program, Oration (4)'; Member Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (3); Delegate to State Convention (4); Assistant 
Basketball Manager (3); Manager (4); President of Minis- 
ters Sons' Club (4); .Manager of Ministers' Football Team 
(4); "College News" Staff. 




MyRA (i. KlRACOFE, C. L. S. 



H istorical-Political 



Class: Secretary (4); Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Society: Re- 
cording Secretary (2); Chaplain (1, 4); Anniversary Orator 
(4); Y, W. C. A.; Mathematical Round Table (1, 2. 3. 4); 
Cast: "Much Ado About Nothing"; "College News" Staff; 
Instructor in Mathematics in Academy (4). 




Maurice Leister, *AS 



Historical-Political 



Class: Tug-of-War (2); Secretary (3); Football (2); Presi- 
dent (4); Society: Vice President (3): Senior-Junior Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Ministerium: Secretary (1); Vice President (2); 
President (3): Y. M. C A.: Cabinet (3); Delegate to Eagles 
Mere (2); Prayer Meeting Leader (3): Biological Field 
Club: Mathematical Round Table; Death League;. F. F. 
Club. 



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x \V. Lerew, * A i 



Mathematical-Physical 



Class: Tug-of-War (2); Football (1. 2); Baseball (1, 2); 
Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Treasurer (2); Annual Board; Cast: 
"A Scrap of Paper"; "Minstrel Show"; Society Reader for 
Anniversary; 'Varsity Football (1. 2, 3, 4); Captain (2); 
'Varsity Baseball (1. 2, 3. 4); Captain (4); 'Varsity Basket- 
ball (1. 2); Manager Track Team (3); Y. M. C. A.; Mathe- 
matical Round Table: Phi Zeta Theta; Death League (3. 4). 




Vera F. Myers, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Annual Board; Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Society: 

Corresponding Secretary (1. 2); Recording Secretary (3); 
Pianist (2); Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet (1. 3); Star Course Com- 
mittee (2. 3, 4). 




Florence C. Mentz, C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Associate Editor of Annual Board; Society: Record- 
ing Secretary (2); Chaplain (3); Critic (3); President (4); 
President Y. W. C. A. (3); "College News" Staff (3, 4). 



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John H. Ness, * A 5 



Classical 



Class: Tug-of-War (2); Vice President (3); Senior-Junior 
Council (3); Society: Critic (3); President's Anniversary- 
Address; W. C S. S. L: President (4); First Prize Oratori- 
cal Contest (3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4); Cast: "Much 
Ado About Nothing"; F. F. Club; Death League; Inter- 
collegiate Debating Team (3). 




M. Belle Orris. C. L. S. 



Historical-Political 



Class: Secretary (3); Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Annual 
Hoard; Society: Secretary (2); Critic (3); Chaplain (3); 
Anniversary Orator; Y. W. C. A.: Treasurer (3); Annual 
Student Member (3); President (4); Delegate to National 
Student's Conference (4); Glee Club (3); "College News" 
Staff (3); W. S. S. S. I. Treasurer (2); Assistant in His- 
tory (4). 




Carl G. Snaveley, <t> A 5 



Historical-Political 



Class: President (2); Debating Team (1, 2); Annual Board; 
Tug-of-War (2); Baseball (1, 2); Basketball (1. 2, 3. 4); 
Football (1. 2); Society: President (4); Recording Secretary 
(2); Anniversary Oration (4); 'Varsity Football (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Captain (4); 'Varsity Haseball (1. 2, 3. 4): Manager (4); 
'Varsity Basketball (1. 2); Captain (2); Glee Club (2); 
Senior-Junior Council (3. 4); Athletic Executive Board (4); 
Chapel Choir (4). 



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Faber E. Stengle. K A 2 



Chemical-Biological 



Class: Tug-of-War (1, 2); Treasurer (1); President (2) 
Vice President (3); Annual Board; Society: Pianist (1, 2) 
Corresponding Secretary (2); Vice President (3): Critic (3) 
President (4); Anniversary Oration (4); Y. M. C. A. 
Pianist (1); Delegate to Kansas City Convention (3); Star 
Course Committee (2, 3, 4); Senior-Junior Council (4); 
Mathematical Round Table (3, 4); President Prohibition 
League (3); Manager "College News" (4); Glee Club (1, 3, 
4): Manager (4); Chapel Choir; Biological Field Club (2); 
Cast: "As You Like It"; "Much Ado About Nothing-"; In- 
structor in Physics in Annville High School. 




Ralph W. Stickell, * a 



Historical-Political 



Class: Baseball (1. 2); Captain (2); Basketball (3); Annual 
Board; 'Varsity Baseball (1, 2. 3); Captain (3); Football 
Manager (3); Athletic Executive Board (4). 




Frank M. VanSciiaak, KA2 



Historical-Political 



Class: Poet (2, 3); Vice President (4); Annual Board; 
Biological Field Club (3); Editor-in-Chief of "College 
News" (4); Instructor in English in Academy; Assistant in 
College English (4). 



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Alvin I. Weaver, * a i 

c 



Historical-Political 



Class: President (1); Cast: "A Scrap of Paper"; Minstrel 
Show: Business Manager of Annual Board; Society: Critic 
(4); Athletic Association Secretary (2); Assistant Football 
Manager (3); Men's Glee Club (1. 2). 




David E. Young. K a 5 



Historical-Political 



Class: President (1); Secretary (2): Treasurer (3); Baseball 
(1. 2); Society: Chaplain (1); Corresponding Secretary (3); 
Recording Secretary (3); Vice President (3); Critic (3); 
Executive Committee (3); Ministerial Association: Secre- 
tary (1); Vice President (2); Treasurer (3); Y. M. C. A.; 
Secretary (1): Cabinet (1, 3); Delegate to Student's Confer- 
ence (3); 'Varsity Baseball (1): Tennis Team (3); Glee Club 
(1); G. G. Club. 




Lester P. Zug, * A 5 

Class: Annual Board; Cast 
Chaplain (3); Y. M. C. A.: 
Meeting Leader (4); Cast: 



Historical-Political 

"A Scrap of Paper"; Society 
Treasurer (4); College Prayer 
"Much Ado About Nothing"; 



As 



stant Librarian (4); F. F. Club (3, 4); Death League. 




junior 



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^junior Class 



OFFICERS 

President - Joseph K. Holunger, Fall Term 

President Paul Witmeyer, Winter Term 

President - - Ira S. Ernst, Spring Term 

Vice President Paul Witmeyer, Fall Term 

Vice President Charles Holzinger, Winter Term 

Vice President Henry Kleffman, Spring Term 

Secretary Mary Daugherty, Fall Term 

Secretary Naomi D. Beaversox, Winter Term 

Secretary Ruth M. Taylor, Spring Term 

Treasurer Conrad Curry, Fall Term 

Treasurer Conrad Curry, Winter Term 

Treasurer Conrad Curry, Spring Term 

Historian - - - Esta Wareheim 



MOTTO 

Facta Non Verba 

FLOWER colors 

Snapdragon Celestial Blue and Navy Blue 

YELL 

S-i-x-t-e-e-n 

Kee-ri ! Kee-ro ! Kee-Ro-ren ! 

Fee-lum! Kee-lum! Fee-fo-fizteen ! 

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3Jumor i^tstorp 



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ROM the time tliat the Class of 1916 entered Lebanon Valley College 
and chose for its motto "Faca 11011 verba," the professors and others 
have realized that this class was destined to be different from all the 
preceding ones. In the first place the fact that we came to Annville at the 
time when Doctor Gossard took charge of the affairs of the college, had a 
profound influence upon us. Then, too. we are to graduate in the year in which 
the college will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the year in which the endow- 
ment fund is to be completed. These facts, together with what members of the 
faculty and some of the students have said about us have made us feel that for 
some reason much is expected from us. 

With the exception of the sophomore-freshman debate, in which many 
persons considered us victorious in spite of the decision of 2-1 in favor of the 
sophomores, the events of our freshman year were not very unusual. Of 
course, we had a banquet and the other social events which freshmen enjoy, 
hut it was not until we were sophomores that we began to do things differ- 
ently. We presented a flag-pole to the college, and agreed to keep a flag upon 
it as long as we were at Lebanon Valley. We selected our junior play, we 
bought class rings, and elected our staff for the year hook, all without any 
dissension among our members. The fact that we are unusually congenial for 
a large class has made our many sociables especially successful. Several of 
our members have greatly beautified the campus by making flower beds and 
planting flowers, and we are all interested in the further improvement of the 
grounds and the walks. During our sophomore year several new athletes 
joined our class. The victories of the track team were due almost entirely 
to the members of 1916. 

Our class is different from others, too, in that, although we have lost many 
of those who entered college with us, we have found so many others that we 
are now a larger class than we were when we first entered these halls. We 
have as juniors more women members than any other class has had. and it is 
likely that one or two others will graduate with us in the eventful year of 1916. 
To us has come the privilege and the responsibility of changing the name of 
the year book and of living up to our reputation and aim : "Doing not saying." 




-'Ouch; 




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- M"W£ PEP 




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VICTOR R. BLOUCH, * A 2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"He who is most slow in making a prom- 
ise is the most faithful in the perform- 
ance of it." — Rousseau. 

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL 

Class: Tug-of-War (i. 2); Baseball 
(i) ; Y. M. C. A. 



The first in this illustrious line. 

And first in modesty; 
The first to fall by Cupid's dart, 

First in fidelity. 



A good young man to head this list, 

A Chemist shark at that ; 
As such he's going- to make his mark 

For something's 'neath his hat. 



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NAOMI D. BEAVERSON, C. L. S. 

YORK, PA. 

"Thy zvit is as quick as the greyhound's 

mouth ; it catches." 

CLASSICAL 

Entered Class "in 1913; Secretary (3); 
Y. W. C. A. (2, 3). 



Attend you to this maiden, this gentle maiden fair, 
Her home is in York County, she's much beloved there. 
She came here as a Sophomore in very quiet mien. 
And outside of her classes, was very little seen. 



But she has now much altered, is very blithe and free, 
She feareth now no more, to be in manly company. 
She studies classics all night long, so her classmates tell us, 
Of Aristotle and the Gods of Rome and ancient Hellas. 



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BLANCHE V. BLACK, C. L. S. 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"To love and to be zcise is scarcely grant- 
ed to the highest." — Laberius. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Class : Historian ( i ) ; W. S. S. S. L. ; Y. 
W. C. A.: Annual Board. 



Though this prim maiden's name is Black, 
She's as white as she can he; 
From Annville High she carried off 
The valedictory. 



She's not as tame as here she looks, 
For many tricks she plays; 
Her laugh once heard you'll ne'er forget. 
Though mam- he your days. 



A lucky girl is this young lass, 

For ever by her side 

Will Victor(y) he where e'er she goes 

In all the country wide. 



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CONRAD K. CURRY, * A 5 

SWATARA, PA. 

"Conceit in zveakest bodies strongest 
zvorks." — Shakespeare. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Vice President ( i ) ; Treasurer 
(2, 3); Play Manager; Junior Play; 
Society : Corresponding Secretary ( 1 ) ; 
Editor ( 2 ) ; Secretary of Athletic As- 
sociation (3) ; Assistant in Experi- 
mental Psychology. 



This youth tho' somewhat small, 

Is not afraid of things quite tall ; 

He's active in all affairs, 

And somewhat noted for putting on airs. 



Although a student through and through, 
"Coonie" sometimes feels quite blue. 
For Bible five he has no use, 
And therefore sometimes takes a snooze. 



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RALPH E. CRABILL, KA2 

HANOVER, PA. 

"A Utile learning is a dangerous thing." 
—Pope. 

MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL 

Class: Football (2) ; Baseball (2) ; Bas- 
ketball (2, 3) ; Track Team (2) ; 'Var- 
sity Track (2) ; Football Reserves (2, 
3) ; Ministers Sons' Club. 



Crabby, Crabs or Dutch for short, 

Crabill is his name; 
When he landed in this fort, 

The Irish fled in shame. 



Dutch has served his college well, 
On the track and in the gymn ; 

But his hynotizing spell 
Made a name for him. 



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JONATHAN C. DEITZLER, * A 2 

FREDERICKSBURG, 1>A. 

''Religion is the best armor that a man 
can have, but it is the worst cloak." — 
Bunyan. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Member of the. Ministerium (3) ; Minis- 
ter at Jefferson Charge (2). 



Well here's a Reverend of renown, 
Who first was famous in Peachtown. 
Since very skilled in English II, 
One lesson then he says will do. 



He oft left school, — Why? Still unknown, 
Since married though, Annville's his home. 
And since the pulpit he will take, 
A bishop we are sure he'll make. 



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MARY L. DAUGHERTY, C. L. S. 

COLUMBIA, PA. 

"Never idle a monient, but thrifty and 
thoughtful of others." — Longfellow. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Class: Secretary (3); Junior Play; 
Society: Corresponding Secretary (2) ; 
Recording Secretary (3); Chaplain 
(3) ; Treasurer ( 2 ) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabi- 
net ( 2, 3 ) ; President of W. S. S. S. L. 
( 3) ; Eurydice Club ( 3 ) . 



Dickerty, Daughtery, Doc, 
This name joined our flock, 
The class said, "Rah"! 
The maiden, "Pshaw"! 
Dickerty, Daughtery, Doc. 



Dickerty, Daughtery, Doc, 
A popular lass is she. 
Her suitors said "Ah" ! 
But Mary said "Hah"! 
Dickerty, Daughtery, Doc. 



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MYRTLE DAUGHERTY, C. L. S. 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"In every gesture dignity." — Milton. 

Student at Otterbein, 1912-1914; Mem- 
ber of Philallathea Society ; Judge (1) ; 
Censor ( 2 ) ; Corresponding Secretary 
of Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion ( 1 ) ; Chairman of Social Commit- 
tee ( 2 ) . 



"A skater!" 

Well I just guess! 

"Stately!" 

I should say yes. 

"Romantic?" 

That's not hard to state. 

"The Rest?" 

We'll let Myrtle relate. 



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HARRY S. DANDO, * A 2 

MINERSVILLE, PA. 

"His voice was ever soft, gentle and low, 
an excellent thing in woman." 

CLASSICAL 

Chaplain of Society (3) ; Prohibition 
League ; Ministerial Association. 



Here's Dando with his countenance so sweet. 
Dear Dolly, all the ladies like to greet, 
Since '17 was not along his line 
With 1916 now you'll see him shine. 



While in our French wonders he has achieved, 
And classmates at him very much are grieved. 
This J 'readier might upon some future day 
An athlete be. but for his feminine way. 



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IRA SANKEY ERNST, KA2 

HAGERSTOWN, MD. 

"It's good to be merry and zvise, 
It's good to be honest and true." 

— Old Scotch Song. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: President (i); Tug-of-War ( i, 
2) ; Football ( i, 2) ; Track (2) ; De- 
bating" Team (1) ; President (3) ; Busi- 
ness Manager of Annual; Society: 
Cbaplain ( 1, 2) ; Recording Secretary 

( 2 ) ; Treasurer (3) ; Vice President 

(3) ; Y. M. C. A. ; W. C. S. S. L. ; As- 
sistant Baseball Manager (3). 



A cheerful and contented lad, 
For surelv he is seldom sad, 
But be not fooled with Ira Sankey, 
For he's a live and fighting Yankee. 
However game and bold he is, 
A clear and thinking brain is his. 
The pulpit will be Sankey's place, 
To help and serve the human race. 



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DAVID J. EVANS, $AS 

LYKENS, PA. 

"He runs, he leaps, he falls upon the grass, 
The athletic idol of our class." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class : Vice President ( i ) ; Treasurer 
( i ) ; Basketball ( i , 2, 3) ; Baseball (1, 
2); Football (i, 2); Track (2, 3); 
President ( 2 ) ; Poet (2) ; Junior Play; 
Society: Corresponding Secretary (2) ; 
Football Reserves (2, 3, 4) ; Track 
Team (2, 3); Relay Team (1, 2, 3); 
Captain (3); Secretary Athletic Asso- 
ciation (2) ; Member of Executive 
Board (3) ; V. M. C. A.; Prohibition 
League; VV. C. S. S. L. ; College Cheer 
Leader; Deutscher Verein. 



A sprinter? 

Yes ! A dead ten flat ! 
A leader? 

Sure ! With "pep" at that ! 
A man, sincere and true, 
Who sometimes gets quite blue, 
But never shirks to do — 
His duty! 



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RUTH A. GINGRICH, C. L. S. 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"There is no royal road to learning." 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Biological Field Club: Y. \Y. C. A.; W. 
S. S. S. L. 



A very studious girl is Ruth, 

And we are going to tell the truth; 

To school she walks three miles each day. 

Which shows her pluck 1 know you'll saw 



In Biology she always shines, 
And many specimens she finds; 
But for her class she cares the most, 
She °~ave to us a grand corn roast. 



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E. VIOLA GRUBER, C. L. S. 

CAMPBELLTOWN, I'A. 

"Alack, there lies more peril in thine eyes 
than twenty of their swords." 

— Shakespeare. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Class: Secretary (2) ; Junior Play; An- 
nual Board; Society: Editor (2); Y. 
W. C. A.; W. S. S. S. L.; Deutscher 
Verein. 



Giggle ! Giggle ! 

Yes! I bet, by jinks, 'tis she! 

Chatter ! Chatter ! 

See ! I knew none else could be ! 

One of nineteen sixteen's best, 

Her ways so different from the rest ; 

Yet the solemn facts are here also, 

Viola's heart was won some years at; 



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ROBERT E. HARTZ, *A2 

PALMYRA, PA. 

"Exhausting I h ought. 
And living zvisdom zvith each studious 
year." — Byron. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class : Treasurer (T ) ; Baseball ( I ) ; 
President (2); Tug-of-War (2); 
Junior Play; Society: Editor (2); 
Vice President (3); Trustee (3); 
Cast: "Much Ado About Nothing"; 
Assistant Football Manager (3) ; Foot- 
ball Manager (4). 



Here's one whose common sense outstrips the dream of mortal man, 

A temperament of bashfulness with unassuming air ; 

A shark in chemistry and all the mathematics, too. 

One who reads the stars and moon by signs of coming evil. 



Bobby gets the blues sometimes and then he looks quite sore, 
But when that's over and all is well the wit comes floating forth: 
Witty yet not silly, quiet but skilled in entertaining, 
A personality all his own which no one else can steal. 



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S. HUBER HE1NTZELMAN, $A2 

CHAMBERSBURG, PA. 

"The only conclusive evidence of a man's 
sincerity is that he gaz'c himself for a 
principle."— Lowell. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: President (i); Tug-of-War (i, 
2); Debating Team (i, 2); Junior 
Play; Annual Board; Society: Secre- 
tary (3); Senior-Junior Council (3); 
"College News" Staff; Cast: "Much 
Ado About Nothing"; Treasurer of 
Star Course (3); Deutscher Verein ; 
Assistant Tennis Manager (2) ; Ten- 
nis Manager (3) ; Y. M. C. A. ; Pro- 
hibition League; W. C. S. S. L. ; As- 
sistant in Experimental Psychology 
(3)- 



Hush ! A Franklin to be sure, 
A mind of strength I can assure. 
Hark! To this same genius bold, 
All mysteries must needs unfold. 
Search! And you will then discern. 
Against all vice his hand is stern. 



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ESTHER HEINTZELMAN, C. L. S. 

CHAMBERSBURG, PA. 

"0, spirits gay, and kindly heart! 
Precious the blessings ye impart!" 

— Joanna Baillie. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class Secretary ( i ) ; Annual Board ; So- 
ciety : Corresponding Secretary (2); 
Judge ( 1, 3 ) ; Y. W. C A. ; Recording 
Secretary (2) ; Cabinet (2, 3) ; W. S. 
S. S. L. ; Vice President (2) ; Deutscher 
Verein. 



Queen Esther's grace and intellect, 
Transmitted to this child elect, 
Gave her a sincere consciousness 
Of right and wrong and social stress. 



Suggestions she does gladly give, 
And all who note can better live. 
When help is needed she is there 
As all who know to this will swear. 



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JOSEPH K. HOLLINGER, KA2 

LEBANON, PA. 

"Patience is the rope of advancement in 
all Hues of life." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: President (3) ; Tug-of-War Cap- 
tain; Basketball (2, 3): Baseball (2); 
Annual Board; Junior Play; Society: 
Corresponding Secretary (2) ; Record- 
ing Secretary ( 3 ) ; 'Varsity Basketball 
( 2, 3 ) ; Captain (3) ; Football (2, 3) ; 
President of Athletic Association; Y. 
M. C. A. 



He isn't tall, he isn't short. 

He isn't thin or fat ; 
He's just about half way between, 

And quite a man at that. 



1 le's satisfied to stick to work 

And let the others yell. 
And when he tries he does his best. 

And does it misfhty well. 



An athlete — yes. a student — well, 
We're not so sure of that; 

But till he flunks we'll all admit 
There's something 'neath his hat. 



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CHARLES H. HOLZINGER, $ A 2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"Bold at the council board 
But cautions in the field." — Dryden. 

CLASSICAL 

Class : Tug-of-War ( 2 ) ; Society : Chap- 
lain (2. 3); Ministerium Treasurer 
(2) ; Senior- Junior Council (3) ; Min- 
ister at West Lebanon. 



If you want a good live Parson, 
Get Holzinger. 
If you'd like to know "The Book," 

Get Holzinger. 
lie's the one that argues wise, 
Nor can you judge him by his size, 
Mark him he is bound to rise. 

That's Holzinger. 



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J. STUART INNERST, $AS 

DALLASTOWN, PA. 

"Lover's long betrothed were they. 
They tzvo will wed the morrow noon." 
— Tennyson. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Tug-o f- War (2) ; Society : Chap- 
lain ( 2 ) ; Treasurer (3) ; Senior-Junior 
Council; Y. M. C. A.; Vice President 
(3):W,C. S. S. L. 



Behold here is the wisest chap, 
That ever sat on mother's lap; 
On cramming and on grinding set, 
A shark he is in both you bet. 



But be not fooled with this young lad. 
Although sometimes he may look sad ; 
He's good at heart with clean cut lines, 
From doing good, he ne'er declines. 



But listen and I'll tell you more, 
Some day as soon as school is o'er ; 
He'll greet a girl whose love he won 
And whisper, — "Now, my dear, we're one.' 



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A. HENRY KLEFFMAN, $AS 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

"So zvise, so young, they say, do ne'er 
live long." 

CLASSICAL 

Class: Tug-of-War (i); Vice Presi- 
dent (3); Society: Pianist (3); Y. 
M. C. A.; 'Chorister (3); Minister's 
Sons Club ; Mathematical Round 
Table ; Glee Club ( 1 , 2 ) ; Prohibition 
League. 



He's a lmer of Horace and Homer, 
He always has something to say ; 
He's a promoter of all things religious. 
And a leader in Y. M. C. A. 



His great occupation is giggling, 
And in jokes he does abound ; 
For not only once does he tell them, 
But as oft as the clock goes round. 



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V. EARL LIGHT, KAS 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"He is activity personified, in truth 
He is too active for so small a youth." 

Lehigh, 1912-1913; Class Baseball (2); 
Annual Board; Glee Club (3); Quar- 
tette (3) ; Anniversary Octette (3). 



Artistic by jinks. 
Good-looking me thinks. 
A good high voice ? 

You bet! 
Will he make good? 

Don't Fret ! 
Earl Lights his name, 

Now don't forget. 



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RAYMOND H. LIGHT, K A 2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"Quirt, unassuming, not offensive to any 
man, 
And tries to do his duty the very best 
he can." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Tug-of-War (i): Treasurer 

( 1 ) ; President (2) ; Football ( 1 , 2 ) ; 
Annual Board; Society: Sergeant-at- 
Arms ( 1 ) : Corresponding- Secretary 

(2) ; Reserve Football Team ( 1 ) ; Y. 
M. C. A. 



Another German in our midst. 
Working hard and working long; 
Trusting not to fate or chance, 
Wasting not his time in song. 



Ray is thorough and sincere, 
Though he doesn't advertise; 
If steadfastness were in the course, 
He would surely win the prize. 



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JOHN A. LONG, KAS 

MOUNT JOY, PA. 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays 
and confident to-morrozvs." — Words- 
worth, 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Tug-of-War (i, 2) ; Captain (1) 
Footl .all ( t, 2); Baseball (1, 2) 
Track (2) ; Basketball (2, 3) ; Society 
Sergeant-at-Arms ( 1 ) ; Recording Sec- 
retary : Deutscher Verein ; Y. M. C. A. ; 
Glee Club (2,3). 



In our midst is a picture man. 
Who always has negatives in the pan; 
And when his study for the day is done, 
The work on pictures has just begun. 



In the chemical "lab" he likes to roam, 
And work with mixtures entirely unknown ; 
Some day in Johnny we hope to find, 
A man equipped for work of all kind. 



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D. MASON LONG, KA2 

MOUNT JOY, PA. 

"There is ability in knowing how to con- 
ceal one's ability." — La Rochefoucauld. 



HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 



Clas 



President (i); Tug-of-War (i, 
2 ) ; Football (2 ) ; Baseball ( i. 2 ) ; De- 
bating Team (1,2); Editor-in-Chief of 
Annual ; Society : Corresponding Sec- 
retary (1) ; Editor of Examiner (1) 
Board of Censors (3) ; Critic (3) 
Glee Club (1,2, 3, 4) ; Treasurer (3) 
Football Reserves ( I ) ; Secretary 
Senior Junior Council (3); "College 
News" Staff; Track Manager (3) ; 
Treasurer of W. C. S. S. L. (3). 



In every class to make things pace. 
An efficient leader must take first place. 
In Mason you will find the type 
To guide "Sixteen" through school aright. 



In all our work at college wrought, 
His advise and counsel are eagerly sought. 
And since we his services, so much endear, 
We wish him the best in his life's career. 



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JOSEPHINE S. MATHIAS, C. L. S. 

HIGHSPIRE, PA. 

"My face is my fortune." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class : Secretary ( i ) ; Annual Board 
(3); Junior Play; Editor of Society 
Olive Branch ( 1) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabi- 
net {2, 3); W. S. S. S. L. 



She giggles as she conies, she giggles as she goes 
And what on earth she's giggling for nobody knows. 
She goes about the campus with a bright and smiling face. 
And always is delighted when she's asked to take a race. 
Her leisure time she spends producing works of art, 
For the halls of fame we're sure she has a noble start. 



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WILLIS McNELLY, K A 2 

POTTSTOWN, PA. 

"But that one should die ignorant who 
has capacity for knoivledge, — this I 
call a tragedy:''' 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Vice President (2); Football (1, 
2) ; Baseball (1, 2) ; Football Reserves 
(2) ; Captain Preacher's Sons' Team ; 
'Varsity Baseball (2). 



Here's "Mick" the famous Pottstown lad, 
And laics galore from him can be had; 
In talking this boy will go to extremes. 
And never gets through, indeed, it seems. 



In studies he never digs too deep, 
Delights so much in taking "repeats;" 
In baseball Mick deserves much fame, 
With Connie soon you'll find his name. 



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ESTHER K. MOVER, C. L. S. 

HERSHEY, PA. 

"Laugh and the zvorld laughs with you." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Young Women's Christian Association 
(i. 2, 3). 



It certainly does seem funny when someone calls out "Johnny" ! 
To see a reel-cheeked damsel make answer to that name. 
Though not a man, our Johnny can bring upon men shame, 
Whom in the gymn she meets in any athletic game. 
She always finds the basket, and ever keeps her head ; 
She sometimes studies too, — we're glad it may be said. 



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WILLIAM E. MICKEY, KA2 

HARRISBURG, PA. 

"I'm proud of the Irish blood that's in me, 
And devil a bit man can say agin me." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Football (i, 2); Track Team 
(2) ; Captain (2) ; Society: Editor of 
Examiner (3); Y. M. C. A.; AY. C. S. 
S. L. ; Relay Team ( 1, 2, 3) ; 'Varsity 
Track Team ( 1, 2, 3); Captain (3); 
'Varsity Football (1, 2). 



Mickey may sound Irish, and indade he is the same, 
And he's quartermaster sargeant of the Irishmen's brigade. 
If you ever read the papers you have surely seen his name. 
For its famous that he is, and that's the truth, it is indade. 



But he's best of all at running, and best upon the track, 
You'd never see him run because he's scared — Oh, no! Not he. 
He's captain of the track team, and may, he never lack, 
The strength and speed to wear our colors on to victory. 



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MARGARET MYERS, C. L. S. 

ALTOONA, PA. 

"I know her for a maid of many 
th on glits." — Byron. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Society: Judge (2, 3); Y. M. C. A. 
Librarian (2, 3). 



Margaret Myers 

Full of desires, 

A sedate upperclassman to he, 

But alas and alack ! 

It is a true fact 

A giddy young lass is she. 



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JAMES G. MARCH 

DOVER, PA. 

"My endeavors have ever come short of 
my desire." — Shakespeare. 

MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL 

( rraduated Millersville State Normal 
School; President of Literary Society 
1907; Taugh.t in High Schools from 
1907- 1 914; Entered College 1914 as a 
Junior, having completed Freshman 
and Sophomore years in absentia. 



Always with serious mien, 
This man of age real old, 
With us may be seen. 
No matter if days are cold. 



He knows his lessons well, 
No matter what e'er befalls; 
And folks that know him, tell- 
He's there when duty calls. 



Some day, when school is done, 
To music he will incline, 
To the tune of "Marching along. 
The "Liobts" on him will shine. 



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HELEN E. OYLER, C. L. S. 

CHAMBERSBURG, PA. 

"Calmly she looked on life." — Pope. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Secretary (2); Society: Judge 
(1): Treasurer (2); Corresponding 
Secretary ( 3 ) ; Recording Secretary 
(3) ; V. W. C. A.; Vice President \V. 
S. S. S. L. (3). 



Helen Oyler is her name. 
Strength and courage make her fame ; 
"Sixteen" loves her, you just bet, 
She has never failed them vet. 



"Seventeen" knows her strength, I ween 
Ask the girls what they have seen, 
They will tell you they have felt 
Something which might raise a whelt. 



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RUSSEL H. RHOADES, K AS 

ELIZABETHVILLE, PA. 

"But I am fond of girls, I really am." 

CLASSICAL 

Student at F. and M. 1913-1914; Mem- 
ber of Diagnothian Literary Society; 
Men's Glee Club and Mandolin Club ; 
Entered Lebanon Valley Junior Year ; 
Member of Minister's Sons' Club. 



Who have we here ? 
Who some call dear. 
With girl like grace 
And angel face. 



A boy of wit. 
Then, too, some grit. 
Too quick to see, 
So smart is he. 



But then the truth 
Perhaps uncouth, — 
Made many a start 
To win a heart. 



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ALBERT G. SHAUD, OA2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"The most utterly lost of all days, is that 
in which you have not once laughed." 
— Chamfort. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Baseball (i); Tug-of-War (2); 
Society : Recording" Secretary ; Y. M. 
C. A. 



Behold the Junior athlete 
As muscular a man as one can meet; 
A terror in the football game. 
Fighter of international fame. 



In classes he recites with ease, 
As clear and strong as you may please : 
If ever Shaud becomes a man, 
He'll marry sure, if e're he can. 



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ADDIE E. SNYDER, C. L. S. 

LEBANON, PA. 

"The mildest manners and I lie gentlest 
heart." — Homer. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class Secretary (2); Annual Board; Y. 
W. C. A. 



As honor "Grad" to us she came, 
And we are sure you know her name ; 
For who has seen her smile so bright, 
Will ever know her name aright 



She shines in all her classes, too, 

Which makes her known to more than few. 

Latin exams so well she passes, 

That Prof, thought best she teach some classes 



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JACOB F. SHENBERGER, <I> A 5 

DALLASTOWN, PA. 

"Solemnity and seriousness are stamped 
upon his countenance." 

CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL 

Class : Tug-of-War (2) ; Manager Base- 
ball Team (2) ; Captain Baseball Team 
( 2 ) : Y. M. C. A. 



When the registrar received Jake's "rep" 
He forthwith booked him as a "prep", 
For he hailed from York Collegiate, 
And was not yet a graduate. 

Yet e'er so many weeks were o'er 
They rated him a Sophomore, 
For it was shown to all concerned 
That he had such a status earned. 



In all his studies he's a star, 
There is no "stnde" like "Jake" by far, 
For there's no time to him so dear, 
As when a science Prof, he's near. 



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FRANK L. STINE, K A 2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"Domestic happiness, thou only bliss 
Of paradise that has survived the fall." 
— Cozvper. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Ministerium (2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A.; Prohi- 
bition League (2, 3) ; Mathematical 
Round Table (2) ; Pastor of Mechan- 
icsburg Circuit (2, 3). 



A Daddy? Yes! 

How old ? Guess ! 

A minister? 

So some say ! 

Long winded? 

Believe me. yea ! 

To this let's add a line. 

He's miehtv fine this Rev. Stine. 



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RUTH TAYLOR, C. L. S. 

JERSEY SHORE, PA. 

"Love is not in our choice, but in our 
fate." — Dryden. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Secretary (3) ; Treasurer of Clio 
(3); White Shield Single Standard 
League Treasurer (3) ; Y. W. C. A. 



This girl of stature small is she, 
Always jovial, happy, gay; 

At her studies she likes to be, 

For she savs, "They show the way." 



Travelling with the '17 class, 
We first beheld this little lass; 

But because she's so renowned. 
She now with T6 may be found 



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MARCEL VON BEREGHY, KA2 
HARRISBUKG, PA. 

"What 1 hare been taught I've forgot, 
zvhat I knotv I've guessed." — Talley- 

grand. 

MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL 

Class: Football (i, 2); Basketball (2, 
3); Tug-of-War (2); Society: Ser- 
geant of Arms (1) ; 'Varsity Football 
( 1, 2, 3) ; 'Varsity Basketball (1) ; Re- 
serves (2, 3 ) : 'Varsity Track team ( 1, 
2, 3 ) ; Captain (2) ; Deutscher Verein; 
W. C. S. S. L. ; V. M. C. A. ; Glee Club 
( 2 ) : Quartette (2) ; College Choir (3). 



O, a great big boy is Fat Von B. 

With hair so long and black, 
And lie wears gold medals, so you see. 

He's a eood one on the track. 



He's very big', but still it's true 

That he's not quite "town up: 
And Heavens! If he ever grew, 

He'd win a loving cup. 



Accomplishments he has, galore. — 

His voice is simply fine. 
We're proud of him and furthermore 

"We'd like to see him shine. 



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ESTA WAREHEIM, C. L. S. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

"Fezv and precious arc the zvords, 
Which the lips of Wisdom utters." 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Historian (2, 3) ; Annual Board; 
Y. \Y. C. A.; Cabinet (2, 3); Corre- 
sponding Secretary (2); Treasurer 
(3); Delegate to Eagles Mere (1); 
Mathematical Round Table Secretary 
(2); "College News" Staff; President 
of W. S. S. S.L. (2). 



Her favorite study is physics. 

For novels she cares not a fig ; 

She prefers "analytics" to dancing. 

And would go without dinner for "trig." 

She loves to dilate on the four years' course, 

The blessings of light schedules teaching, 

But her present deportment would lead us to think 

That her practice comes wide of her preaching. 



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PAUL E. WITMEYER, *A2 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"1 zvorked zvith patience, zuhich means al- 
most power." — Brozvning. 

MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL 

Class: Football (i); Baseball (i, 2); 
Tug-of-War ( 1, 2); Poet (1); Vice 
President (2); President (3). 



There was a man in our class, 

And he was wondrous wise, 
He rushed into the chemical lab, 

And failed to his surprise; 
And when he saw that would not do. 

With all his might and main, 
He jumped into the history course, 

And pulled all A's again. 



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RUTH M. WHISKEYMAN, C. L. S. 

ANNVILLE, PA. 

"Contentment, rosy, dimpled maid; 
Thou brightest daughter of the sky." 

— Lady Manners. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Mathematical Round Table (2, 3); Y. 

W. C. A. (2. 3) : White Shield Single 
Standard League. 



From Annville High tin's maiden tall 
Has entered dear old L. Y.'s hall. 
In mathematics rests her fame. 
But we are sure she'll change her name; 
For who has ever seen her walking. 
Except with some young man she's talking 
As librarian she keeps us straight. 
And reprimands each dear schoolmate. 



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CLAYTON H. ZUSE, <I> A 2 

MT. WOLF, PA. 

"As prone to mischief, as able to perform 
it." — Shakespeare. 

HISTORICAL-POLITICAL 

Class: Football (i, 2) ; Tug-of-YVar ( 1. 
_' ) ; Junior Play; Society: Secretary 

(2) ; Vice President (3) ; Ministerium 
Association Treasurer ( 2 ) ; Vice Presi- 
dent: W. C. S. S. L. : Prohibition 
League : Y. M. C. A. Secretary (2) . 



A scholar? 

No, mil quite! 
Dramatic? 

There you're right ! 
Excited ? 

Xot the least! 
Remedy ? 

Cake of yeast ! 
Preacher ? 

Yes, a hit! 
Fighter ? 

Xo, "I quit." 




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THE (AST 



Benjamin Goldfinch - 
Gregory, His Brother • 
Percy, Son to Goldfinch 
Dick. Son to Gregory - 
Lorimer, Friend to Goldfinch 
Joyce, Butler 

Bartholomew. Shoemaker - 
Smith, Another Shoemaker 
Mrs. Benjamin Goldfinch - 
Lucy, Daughter to Lorimer - 
Charlotte, Maid 



- S. Huber Heintzelman 

I )avid J. Evans 

Robert E. Hartz 

Conrad K. Curry 

- Ralph E. Crabill 

Lester F. Snyder 

Joseph K. Hoi. linger 

Clayton H. Zuse 

Mary A. Daugherty 

E. Viola Gruber 

Josephine K. Mathias 




>opl)omore 



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OFFICERS 

President - Edward H. Zeigler, First Semester 

President - Abram M. Long, Second Semester 

Vice President Paul Wagner, First Semester 

Vice President Harold Risser, Second Semester 

Secretary - Mary Bergdoll, First Semester 

Secretary Helen Zeigler, Second Semester 

Treasurer - John Herring, First Semester 

Treasurer LeRoy Umjserger, Second Semester 

Historian - -. Mary Bergdoll 

MOTTO 

Aspe ad Veritatem 

FLOWER COLORS 

White Rose Navy Blue and White 

YELL 

Racka-Zacka, Racka-Zacka, Racka-Zacka Ree 

Rip-a-Zipa, Rip-a-Zipa, Rip-a-Zipa Zee 

Racka-Zacka, Rip-a-Zipa, Ree, Rah, Ree 

1917 L. V. C. 



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OX September 12, 1913, a great event took place at Lebanon Valley Col- 
lege, when the Class of 191 7 organized and elected its officers. Two 
days later the Sophs awoke only to learn that we had pasted our 
posters all over town the night before. Some time after, we over- 
whelmingly defeated them in the tug-of-war by the score, 7-0. In football we 
were not so successful, losing by the score, 6-0. 

On December 8, 1913, nearly every member of the class was present at 
our Freshman Banquet, held at the Wheatland Hotel, Lancaster, Pennsyl- 
vania. In basketball we showed everyone that we could not he surpassed. 
Xow we have the enviable honor of being the "Interclass Basketball Cham- 
pions, Season 1913-1914." Thus ended our most brilliant career as freshmen. 

Earl} - in the fall of 1914 we were back again with renewed hopes and 
aspirations. Yes — it was true — the entering freshman class appeared as 
though it might need watching, but we soon discovered that we had nothing 
to fear from them. It happened that both our class and the class of 1918 
chose the same night to put up their posters. However, ours had been dec- 
orating the town some hours before the newcomers began posting theirs. The 
whole freshman class spent the next morning protecting one poster while we 
were laughing up our sleeves, thinking of the many yellow warnings which 
had escaped the eyes of the formidable ( ?) class of 1918. Almost a week be- 
fore their banquet took place, we knew all about it. In order to frighten them 
a little, we captured a number of their fellows and concealed them for a short 
time. Then with the magnanimity, characteristic of our class, we released 
them in time to go to York and have a good time. 

We were very much disappointed to learn that the freshmen would be 
obliged to forfeit all further athletic contests to us, on account of their per- 
sistent and arrogant disobedience to the rules of the Senior-Junior Council. 
We feel verv sure that we could have carried off the laurels in football, bas- 
ketball and base ball. As to the debate we have every prospect of winning a 
glorious victory. The Class of 1917 can not be excelled in college spirit. We 
furnish some of the best material in the school for football, basketball and 
baseball. Xext year's football captain is a member of 191 7. Xot only do 
we hold a high place in athletics but in class work as well. The Class of 191 7 
has one of the most brilliant futures possible. Xo one doubts but that even 
after graduation — "seventeen" will be a great credit to her alma mater. 



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<Oa*0 i&oll of 1917 



Bachman, Esther M. 
Bergdoll, Mary A. 
Boeshore, Harry F. 

BODENHORN, ELLWOOD 

B runner, Evan C. - 
Clark, Pauline 
Dasher, Katherine 
Donohue, Joseph 
Fink, David 
Fink, Homer F. - 
Foreman, Harry 
Garver, Mary E. 
Herring, John H. - 
Hummel, Paul - 
Henry, Vincent . - 
Henry, Louise 
Heffelman. H. Ruth 
Horstick, Charles 
Huber, Ruth II. 
Light, Claude F. 
Loomis, Charles I [. 
Long, Abram M. 
Miller, Nancy M. - 
Mutch, Ella M. 
Risser, Harold 
Rutherford, Joseph D. 
Rupp, Russell 
Sherk, A. Herman 
Shonk, Alyin E. 
Showers, Nettie M. - 
Snavely, E. Russel 
Stambach, C. Guy 
Swartz, Ross - 
Svvartz, William K. - 
Umberger, LeRoy O. 
Wagner, Paul S. 
Wenrich, Marlin - 
Williams, Reuben W. 
Wolfe, Violet I. 
Ziegler, Helen E. 
Ziegler, Edwin H. - 



Annville 
York 

Lebanon 
Annville 
- Myerstown, 
Hershey 
Harrisburg 
Shamokin 
Annville 
Annville 
Hershey 
Lebanon 
Pine Grove 
I lummelstown 
Lebanon 
Annville 
New Cumberland 
Campbelltown 
Williamson 
Annville 
Harrisburg 
Mt. Joy 
Lebanon 
Schuylkill Haven 
Cambelltown 
Royalton 
Harrisburg 
Annville 
Mt. Joy 
Connellsville 
Ramey 
York 
I lummelstown 
Middletown 
Hummelstown 
Hershey 
Hummelstown 
York- 
Lebanon 
York 
Elizabethville 



Pa. 
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Pa. 
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Pa. 
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Pa. 
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Pa. 
Pa. 
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Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
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Pa. 
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OFFICERS 

President - - Charles \V. (ii-inni., Fall Term 

President ______ Fred Race, Winter Term 

Vice President - Harry E. Sciiaffer, Fall Term 

Vice President Claude Kleinfelter, Winter Term 

Secretary - - - - K. Ruth Loser, Fall Term 

Secretary H. Marguerite Engle, Winter Term 

Treasurer ------- Reno E. McCauley, Fall Term 

Treasurer - - - Reno E. McCauley, Winter Term 

Historian - - - K. Ruth Loser 

MOTTO 

Non qui Multus sed qui bene 

FLOWER COLORS 

Black Eyed Susan Black and Gold 

YELL 

Boom rali, boom rah, boom rah, reen 

RickeY, Hickey, Dickey, Deen. 

L.'v., L. V.. Class '18. 



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Vwj^HEN we the Class of 1918 entered Lebanon Valley College we were 
Ml filled with great fears, hopes and expectations, however, after the 
VA^ first few days had passed we realized that we had nothing to fear, 
not even the Sophomores. We organized in the Academy Building as the 
Class of 1918 without the least opposition from the Sophomores. 

After quite a time, the Sophomores gathered sufficient courage to display 
their posters. They had intended to decorate the town with them, but alas! 
when the Seven posters were still wet with paste, they vanished and were 
seen no more. 

Finally the long expected day of the tug-of-war contest came, and on the 
athletic field there stood two opposing lines. The Sophomores, confident of 
victory, were present with radiant faces and jubilant choruses; but as the con- 
test drew to a close, nothing could be heard save the hearty cheering of the 
Freshmen. The victory was ours. Immediately after the contest a party was 
held in honor of the boys who won for us the privilege of displaying our 
colors. 

Our greatest victory, however, was the banquet. The Sophomores, in 
their "great wisdom and power," thought that they would prevent some of our 
number from attending this notable event, but to their chagrin and surprise, 
they found that they were not the chief authorities of the school. The ban- 
quet was, therefore, held at the appointed time in the National Hotel at York. 

We have already proved that we are not only quantity but also quality. We 
have contributed to the 'varsity in football and basketball and have done the 
same in baseball. We are also represented in the Glee Club. In the class 
room, too, we have shown our ability. Thus it can be seen that we are active 
in every phase of college life. 

Can we not feel a just sense of pride as we survey our victories in the first 
year of our college life? May we all try to do our utmost to further the fu- 
ture activities of our Alma Mater, and ever keep in mind our noble motto: 
Non qui multus sed qui bene. 



Cla00 moll of 1018 

Attics, Robert Steelton, Pa. 

Beidel, F. D. - Steelton. Pa. 

Beidler, Ada M. __-_--__ Lehighton, Pa. 

Bender, Ruth ---------- Dillsburg, Pa. 

Berry, Ralph Annville, Pa. 

Berger, John L. --------- Columbia, Pa. 

Bortz, Emma ----- Lebanon, Pa. 

Bucher, Norman B. - - - - Shepherdstown, Pa. 

Brown. Myrl --------- Rouzersville, Pa. 

Case, Flora L. -____.__. Canton, Pa. 

Colt, Hilda F. - Meshoppen, Pa. 

Davis, Dorothy E. Ebensburg, Pa. 

Deitrich, LeRoy S. Palmyra, Pa. 

Dunkel, Mildred G. --------- Luckiiow, Pa. 

Engle, Marguerite - - Harrisburg, Pa. 

Fridixger, Paul E. - _______ Denver, Pa. 

Fridinger, Mertis V. - - - Jonestown, Pa. 

Fasnacht, Walter K. - - - Palmyra, Pa. 

Foltz, Thomas Ellwood City, Pa. 

Frost. Charles -• - Lebanon, Pa. 

Gamble, Merab Jersey Shore, Pa. 

Gallatin, Elizabeth - - - - Annville. Pa. 

Garman, Mayme E. Hershey, Pa. 

Garbek, Dale W. Florin, Pa. 

Green w alt. Owen P. - Mount Joy, Pa. 

Garyer, Ray A. - - Hummelstown, Pa. 

Garver, Ammon A. - ■ Hummelstown, Pa. 

Gemmil, Charles W. - Windsor. Pa. 

Gingrich, Henry M. - - __--__ . Florin, Pa. 

Hand, Naomi W. - - Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hallman, George - - - - Pottstown, Pa. 

Haverstock, George M. New Cumberland, Pa. 

Hershey, Roy Z. ---------- Florin, Pa. 

Hershey, Virginia M. - - Hershey. Pa. 

Hess. Norman F. Waynesboro, Pa. 

Harris, Kathryn Harrisburg, Pa. 

Hostetter, Hermax H. - Cleona. Pa. 

Hoover, Helen - - - Chambersburg, Pa. 

Inman, Kenneth A. Rome, N. Y. 

Isaacs, Wm. Hugh Forty Fort, Pa. 

Jackowiak, Joseph A. - - Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

Jaeger, Gideon - - Philadelphia, Pa. 

Katermax, Harry W. Reenerton. Pa. 

Keatixg, William - - - Rome,. N. Y. 

Keim, Raymond Enhaut, Pa. 

Keller, Aida K. Ferry Church. Pa. 

Kennedy, Colemax t H. ----- - Palmvra, Pa. 



ClaSS Roll Of 1918— Continued 

Kleixfelter. Claude B. --- ----. Cleona, Pa. 

Klixger. John E. - Middletown, Pa. 

Kiebler, Reno E. - - Annrille, Pa. 

Kottler, Harry Hershey, Pa. 

Kreider, Paul - - - Palmyra, Pa. 

Kutz, George - Birdsboro, Pa. 

Eight, Gideon R. - Lebanon, Pa. 

Lefever, Rufus H. -------- - York, Pa. 

Lehman, John R. -------- Chambersburg, Pa. 

Longenecker, C. R. Annville, Pa. 

Lorenz, Dorothy A. - Roaring Spring, Pa. 

Loser, K. Ruth - Paxtang, Pa. 

Loser, Walter S. - Progress, Pa. 

Madeira, Charles C. - Elizabeth-Own, Pa. 

Markowitz, Michael - Kingston. Pa. 

Martin, William N. - Rouzerville, Pa. 

McCauley, Rexo E. - - Annville, Pa. 

McCoxel. W. W. - - - Portage, Pa. 

McLaughlin, Roy O. York, Pa. 

Mease. Ralph T. Palmyra, Pa. 

Morrison, S. Franklix ------ - Steelton, Pa. 

Mauer, Glenn A. - - - Shepherdstown, Pa. 

Ness, Rufus R. - - - - - - - - - York, Pa. 

Xissly, Raymoxd - Mt. Joy. Pa. 

Potter. Norman - Portage, Pa. 

Race. Fred A. ---------- Rome. N. Y. 

Reber, Irvin H. -------- Sinking Spring, Pa. 

Rutt, Alvix N. ---- _____ Florin, Pa. 

Ruth. Katie O. - - Sinking Spring, Pa. 

Schaeffer, Harry E.' - - - - - - - - Lebanon, Pa. 

Shannon, Carl -------- - Richland, Pa. 

Shannon, Paul E. --------- Richland, Pa. 

Siiettel, Paul O. ------- West Fairview, Pa. 

Simon, Adam I. - - - - -- - - Schaefferstown, Pa. 

Sloat. Ralph --------- Rockport, Pa. 

Sloat, Harry S. - - - - Rockport, Pa. 

Smith, E. Mae - - - Annville, Pa. 

Snyder, M. Arita - Keedysville, Md. 

Steiniiauer, J. Earl --------- Lemoyne, Pa. 

Stumbaugh, Eldridge M. ------- Greencastle, Pa. 

Sucklixg, Clara - Hollidaysburg. Pa. 

Walters, LeRoy E. - - - - - - - Ephrata, Pa. 

Walter. Daxiel E. ---- --- Lebanon, Pa. 

Wine, C. Harold - Wilmington, Del. 

Wrightstone, Harold - Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Woomer, Elizabeth Lebanon, Pa. 

Yixgst, Paul W. --------- Lebanon, Pa. 

Yetter, Harry S. ------- - Stevens, Pa. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



OFFICERS 

President - ------ D. B. Basehore 

Vice President - - F. S. Attinger 

Secretary - J. Arthur Wisner 

Treasurer - - _____ Walter E. Deibler 

Historian - - Frank S. Attinger 



MOTTO 

Virtus in Actione Consistit 



FLOWER 

Dandelion 



COLORS 

Red and Blacl 



YELL 

Boom-a-lacka ! Boom-a-lacka ! Boom-a-]acka ! Bow ! 

Chicka-a-lacka ! Chicka-a-lacka ! Chicka-a-lacka ! Chow 

Boom-a-lacka! Chick-a-lacka ! Reel Rah! Ray! 

L. V., L. V., L. V. A. 



acaDemp ^tuDcnts 



Athaxasiax, Herant X. 

Ismid, Turkey in Asia 
Attinger, Frank S. 

Port Treverton, Pa. 
Bechtel, Carroll, Pottstown, Pa. 
Buhrman, Norman A. 

Waynesboro, Pa. 
Brubaker, M. A. Colebrook, Pa. 

Basler, Mary E. Myerstown, Pa. 

Bashore, D. B. Hummelstown, Pa. 
Bessie, Chester L., Springville, X. Y. 
Baker, Harry P. Shippensburg, Pa. 
Carper, Frank S. Palmyra, Pa. 

Deibler, Walter E. Millersburg, Pa. 
Fake, Norman I. Annville, Pa. 

Gibble, Beulah M. Avon, Pa. 



Heberling, R. S. 
Landis, Harold U 
Moyer, Ellen F. 

MuLHOLLEN, O. C. 

Murphy, John A. 
Mackert, C. E. K. 
Machen, ]ohn 
McClure.'r. P. 
Oakes, John W. 
Rhoads, W. O. 
Schaeffer, E \\ 
Smith, R. H. 
Snavely, Francis 
A'eierbach, E. C. 
Wheelock, Joel 
Wisner, J. Arthur 
Wagxer, Milton A 



Highspire, Pa. 

Palmyra, Pa. 

W. Hanover, Pa. 

Wilmore, Pa. 

Rome, N. Y. 

Sunbury, Pa. 

Waynesboro, Pa. 

Dillsburg, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Hummelstown, Pa. 

Windsor, Pa. 

Ramey, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Depew, Wis. 

Epperco, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



academp J^tstorp 




"S near as can be determined Lebanon Valley Academy had its begin- 
ning in 1834 as a private school in the Savior carriage works on 
White Oak Street. It was called into existence by the special need 
for an institution of learning in Annville and the surrounding districts. From 
its origin it has faithfully endeavored to supply that great need. Its usefulness 
was soon demonstrated and to give it greater opportunity a new building was 
erected in 1836, on the present site, whereupon the school was removed to its 
new home. In [858 the present building was erected. When in 1868 it was 
donated to the new institution. Lebanon Valley College, the Academy also 
became part of that larger institution. Until 1904 the college and the acad- 
emy were independently operated. Realizing the valuable material always 
found in the academv it was determined that same year to make it an integral 
part of the college. 

For eight years the Academy grew and flourished under the direction of 
Prof. H. E. Spessard. During the summer of 1912 notable changes were 
made. The old Academy building, abandoned for more than six years, was 
remodelled as the new home of the Academy. At the same time the present 
Principal was given charge. For three vears earnest and successful work has 
rewarded his efforts. 

The athletic efforts of the Academy has lately suffered an eclipse, for many 
of its men are needed to round out the college teams, whose records have over- 
shadowed everything else. But in interclass athletics the "Preps" have held 
their own, and last vear succeeded in trimming every team but one in the 
league and landed in second place, the end of the race. This year's prospects 
are as brilliant as those of the past, and we feel proud of our team, with which 
we are confident that we shall win a majority of the games played. 

The graduating class of 1914 was next to the largest class which the insti- 
tution has ever graduated, being surpassed only by the class of 1912 with thir- 
teeen members. When school opened last fall many new faces were to be 
seen. A great number of them will graduate this year, and we are sure that 
the class of 191 5 will be worthy of its predecessor, the class of 1914. 

Our members have been active in all phases of college activitv and have 
shown themselves eag _ er in spirit to attain to the wisdom and distinction of 
college men. 

The past year was the most pleasant one in the annals of the Academy. 
It was marked by hard work and many pleasant social functions. This year 
bids fair to excel all others in achievements, joy and spirit. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



Mentors in Conservatory 





L. Clarence Barnet, K A i: 
Class President (4); So- 
ciety ; Pianist ('2, 3) ; 
Piano Solo. Anniversary 
Program (4) ; Men's Glee 
Club (3. 4). 



Mabel May Bensing 
Class Secretary (4). 





Ray A. P. Campbell, * A 2 
Class President (4) ; So- 
ciety ; Pianist C3, 4 I ; 
Piano Solo, Anniversary 
Program (4) ; Y. M. C. 
A. Pianist (3) ; "College 
News" Staff ( 3, 1 ) 



Maybelle A. Shanaman 
Class Treasurer (4). 



Lebanon Valley College 



Consertoatorp Students 



L. Clarence Barnet - 
Mabel May Sensing 
Ray A. P. Campbell 
Maybei.le A. Shanaman 



Middletown, Pa. 

Lebanon Pa. 

- Shamokin, Pa. 

Richland, Pa. 



Lillian F. Gantz 
C. Ll-ella Hertzler 
Percy M. Linebaugh 



Annville, Pa. 
- Manheim, Pa. 

York, Pa. 



Ray A. P. Campbell (Organ), Shamokin, Pa. 



SOPHOMORES 



J. RachAel Dare - 
Elizabeth Jenkins 
. Fleeda M. Kettering 
Margaret H. Miller 
Miriam A. Oyer 



Harrisbnrg, Pa. 

Minersville, Pa. 

- Palmyra, Pa. 

- Middletown, Pa. 

Shippensburg, Pa 



FRESHMEN AMI SPECIALS 



Bachman. Carl 
Bachman, Sara - 
Bossard, Ada - 
Bacastow, Mrs. S. P. 
Boltz, Kathryn 

BOMBERGER, LlNNlE 

Brunner. Ruth 
Chriteson, Florence 
Colt, Hilda F. 
Davis, Dorothy 
Daugherty, Eva 
Daugherty, Paul - 
Daltgherty, Helen 
Daugherty, Pauline 
Daugherty, Russel 
Daugherty, Margaret 
Deibler, Walter 
Don mover, Lucile 
Detweii.er, Iva 
DeLong, Elizabeth 
Dubble, Anna 
Eichelberger, Earl 
Engle, Ruth E. 
Folmer. Elsie 
Fink, Esther 
Gantz. John 
Gillman, Lucile 
Gillman, Lloyd 
Gillman, Cecil 
Henry, Louise 
Herr, Della 
Herr, Meyer 
Herr, Charles 
Heilman, Harry 
Heintzelman. Esther 
Kratzer, Mrs. C C. 
Kreider, Mrs. C. R. 
Kreider, Haryey 
Kreider, Rodney 
Kreider, Kathryn - 



- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Hershey, Pa. 

- Annville. Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

Meshoppen, Pa. 

Ebensburg, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa 

- Annville, Pa. 

- Millersburg, Pa. 

- Lebanon, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 

- Meyerstown, Pa. 

Oberlin, Pa. 

- Palmyra, Pa. 
- Avon, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 

- Annville. Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

- Middletown, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Palmvra, Pa. 



Kettering, Esther 
Kettering, Josephine 
Kettering, Abigail 
Kope, Olive A. 
Lindsay, Jane 
Light, Mary L. 
Light, Jennie 
Landis, Edna 
Lorenz, Dorothy 
Mease, Mabella 
Miller. Anna • - 
Meyer, Sara L. 
Maderia, Charles 
Newgard, Martha 
Oakes, Elizabeth 
Richards, Florence 
Roland, Effie 
Saylor, Gardner 
Saylor, Myrle 
Sheffey, Emily 
Smith, Ida M. 
Shoi.ly, Magraret - 
Sholly, Dorothy 
Silrerman, Dora 
Stine, Josephine 
Si'er.uv. Eva G. 
Spessard, Edna 
Strickler, Ruth 
Strickler, Ethel 
Stengle, Fap.er 
Snyder, Arite 
Shenk, Rachael 
Schaeffer, Edgar 
Tittle, Edna ■ 
Thomas, Sara - 
Wengert. Sara 
Wyand, Mary 
Yaudes, Jessie 
Youtz, Rosa M. 
Youtz, Aaron 



Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Hershey, Pa. 
Roaring Springs, Pa. 

- Palmyra. Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Lebanon, Pa. 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Lebanon, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Lebanon. Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
- Chewsville, Md. 

- Lebanon, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 

- Oberlin, Pa. 
- Keedysville, Md. 

- Annville, Pa. 

Hummelstown, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Avon, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

- Hagerstown, Md. 

Liberty, Pa. 

Colebrook, Pa. 

Sheridan. Pa. 



ORATORY 




Lebanon Valley College 



Mentors tn Oratorp 





Anna Dubble, C. L. S. 
Class Secretary (4) ; Cast : 
"Holly Tree Inn," "Op-o'- 
Me Thumb" ; Junior Recital 

(3) ; Anniversary Reader 

(4) ; Eurydice Club (4). 



Verling W. Jamison, K A 2 

Also graduating in 1915 
Academic Class. 





M. Josephine Urich, C. L. S. 
Received her A.B. in 1914. 



Elta Weaver, C. L. S. 

Class Secretary; Histor- 
ian (4); Poetess (4); 
Dramatic Recitals (3) ; 
Society; Editor (1) ; An- 
niversary Reader (3). 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



Oratorp ^tuDents 



B RANDAN, J. M. 
BAMBERGER, MATTIE - 

Brennemax, Curvin E. 
Buhrman, Norman A. 
Curry, Conrad K. 
Dubble, Anna - 
elchelberger, earl f. 
1 [arris, Katii ryn 
Heintzelman, S. Hxjber 
Jamison, Verling 
Kreider, Kathryn 
Kreider. Mary 
Kreider, George - 
Kreider, Elizabeth 
Mark, Violet 
McGowan, Jennie 
Scitaak, Helen - 
Ur'ich, Josephine 
Weaver, Elta 
Williams, Reuben W. 



Hershey, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 
Windsor, Pa. 
Waynesboro, Pa. 
Swatara, Pa. 
- Myerstown, Pa. 

- Oberlin, Pa. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Cliambersburg", Pa. 
Warsaw, Ind. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 

- Lebanon, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
- York. Pa. 



Lebanon Valley College 





Mary II. Wyand, C. L. S. 
Certificate in Art 
Society; Judge (1) ; Pianist (2); 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2) ; Girls' 
Glee Club (1) ; Eurvdice Club (2). 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



art Students 



Bachman, Oka B. 
bodenhorn, irene - 
Bohr, Matilda 
Boltz, Kattiryn 
Christeson, Florence E. 
Dubble, Anna - 
Felty, Stella 
Gingrich, J. Russel 
Grimm, Mrs. S. O. 
Hersiiey, Virginia - 
Irvin, Mary 
Kreider, Howard 
Loser, K. Ruth 
Light, Deborah 
Mease, Mabel 
Mathias, Josephine 
Myers. Vera F. - 
Miller, Helen E. - 
Miller, Barbara - 
Sheldon, Mrs. E. E. 
Seltzer, Lucy 
Slein, Mary 
Urich, M. Josephine - 
Weaver, Elta - 
Wyand, Mary 



- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
- Myerstown, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Palmyra, Pa. 

- , Annville, Pa. 

Hershey, Pa. 
1 [arrisburg, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

Progress, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

Palmyra, Pa. 
Highspire, Pa. 
Longsdorf, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Annville, Pa. 

- Annville, Pa. 
Annville, Pa. 

Haeerstown, Mel. 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




College jRelos &taff 



Editor-in-Chief - 

Associate Editors 

Social 

Athletics 

Alumni 

Music 

Business Manager 



Frank M. Van Sciiaack, '15 

\ Florence Mentz, '15 

j S. Huber Heintzelman, '16 

aIvra G. Kiracofe, '15 

- John O. Jones, '15 

D. Mason Long, '16 

Ray A. P. Campbell, '15 

Faber E. Stengle, 'i^ 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



Tributaries flowing from a hundred limpid springs. 

Its waters sweet and clear, 
Winding round until it finds the thirsty stream below 

And fills it with good cheer. 

To college life these Tributaries add new spice and zeal, 

So student take your till ; 
Come then ! Tributaries, Come ! Increase as years roll on. 

This is our sincere will. 



Lebanon Valley College 



Alumni ^0soctatton 

OFFICERS 

President H. Clay Deaner 

Vice President Prof. A. E. Shroyer 

Secretary - Roger B. Saylor 

Treasurer - - Prof. S. H. Derickson 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

H. Clay Deaner Dr. Morris Brunner 

Roger B. Saylor Rev. Benjamin F. Daugherty 

Prof. S. H. Derickson Prof. J. Walter Esbenshade 

Prof. A. E. Shroyer John P. Batdorf 



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g. ran. c. a. 



OFFICERS 

President - 
J'iee President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer - 



May Belle Orris 

Ethel Houser 

Helen Zeigler 

Larene Engle 

Esta Wareheim 



Ethel Houser 
Larene Engle 
Myra Kiracofe 
Florence a'Ientz 
Belle Orris 
Esta Wareheim 
tosephine mathias 



Esther Heintzelman 
Mary Daugherty 
Mary Wyand 
Ruth Huber 
Helen Zeigler 
Mary Bergdoll 
Ruth Heffelman 



Lebanon Valley College 




8. £@. C. a. 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary - 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

Paul J. Bowman. ' i 5 

- J. Stuart Innerst, '16 

Edward H. Zeigler, '17 

Lester Zug. 'is 



CABINET 

Paul J. Bowman, '15 
John H. Xess, '15 
C. E. Brenneman, '15 
J. M. Leister, '15 



Lester Zug, '15 
F. E. Stengle, '15 
J. S. Innerst, '16 
E. H. Zeigler, '17 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




£©tntstenal 3l00ociatton 



President 

J 'ice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



I. E. Brenneman 

Ira S. Ernst 

G. \Y. Hallman 

John W. Oakes 



H. X. Athanasion 
Harry P. Baker 
D. B. Bashore 
C. E. Brenneman 
H. F. Boesiiore 
H. S. Dando 
Walter E. Deibler 
Ira S. Ernst 
N. C. Fake 
M. V. Fridinger 



MEMBERS 

P. E. Fridinger 
P. B. Gibble 
( r. W. Hallman 
R. S. Heberlig 
C. H. Holzinger 
Paul Hummel 
J. S. Innerst 
John O. Jones 
I F. W. Katerman 
T. Maurice Leister 



John Morrison 
John X. Ness 
John W. Oakes 
H. E. Shaffer 
P. O. Shettel 
C. G. Stambach 
F. L. Stine 
M. A. Wagner 
J. B. Zug 
C. II. Zuse 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Rev. S. F. Daugherty W. H. Weaver 



Lebanon Valley College 




flUlfctte £>l)feld Single £>tanDarfc ^League 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary - 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

Mary L. Daugherty 

- Helen E. Oylek 

Helex Zeiglek 

Ruth Taylor 



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£iltt)tte Cros0 Single Standard Heague 



f 'resident 
J 'ice Preside ut 
Secretary - 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

- John H. Ness 

S. Huber Heintzelman 

- Ira Sankey Ernst 

D. Mason Long 



Lebanon Valley College 




0rol)ttrit(on League 



President - 


- 




- 


J. Paul Hummel 


J'iee President - 






- 


- E. H. Zeigler 


Secretary 


- 






Reuben Williams 


Treasurer - 






- 


David Basehore 


Reporter 


- 


- 


M 


iciiael Markowitz 




MEMBERS 




Harry Kleffman 








J. P. Hummel 


P. E. Stengle 








A. M. Long 


D. J. Evans 








Russel Rhoads 


E. H. Zeigler 








W. Hugh Isaacs 


R. W. Williams 








Walter Deibler 


M. Markowitz 








F. M, VanSciiaack 


D. B. Basehore 








Guy Yarrison 




P. B. 


Gi 


BBLE 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




^tr^te^ %>om Club 



President 

J 'ice Preside at 
Secretary - 
Treasurer 



John O. Jones 

Lester F. Snyder 

Reuben W. Williams 

Joseph K. Hollinger 



John O. Jones 
I). Mason Long 
John A. Long 
Joseph K. Hollingej 
Conrad K. Curry 
Lester F. Snyder 



MEMBERS 

Willis McXelly 
Russel Rhoads 
Abram M. Long 
Reuben W. Williams 
Albert H. Kleffman 
C. Harold Wine 
Glen Mauer 



Charles Madeira 
Paul F. Fridinger 
Mertis V. Fridinger 
Carl Shannon 
Pali, Shannon 
LeRoy R. Walters 



Lebanon Valley College 




fl@at!)cinattcal iRounti Cable 



President - 
President 
Vice President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Treasurer - 
Treasurer 



- Paul J. Bowman, First Semester 

- John Larew, Second Semester 
Faber E. Stengle, First Semester 

- Abram Long, Second Semester 
Ruth H. Huber, First Semester 

Mary A. Bergdoll, Second Semester 

Edwin H. Zeigler, First Semester 

Edwin H. Zeigler, Second Semester 



Esther Bachman 
Mary A. Bergdoll 
Paul J. Bowman 
Dorothy Davis 
Mildred Dunkle 
Charles W. Gemmil 
Owen P. Greenawalt 
Prof. S. O. Grimm 
Kathryn Harris 



MEMBERS 

Ruth Heffelmax 
Ruth H. Huber 
W'm. Hugh Isaacs 
Jos. A. Jackowick 
Myra Kiuacofe 
A. PI. Kleffman 
John VV. Lare\\ - 
Prof. J. E. Leii max 
Maurice Leister 



Abram Long 
Florence C. Mentz 
Jacob Siienberger 
Faber E. Stengle 
Frank L. Stine 
Esta Wareheim 
Ruth Whiskeyman 
Reuben \\". Williams 
Edwin H. Zeigler 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



CurptJtce Club 



PERSONNEL 



Musical Director 

President - 
J 'ice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Gertrude K. Schmidt 

- ■ Ruth E. Engle 

Helen E. Ziegler 

.Mary Wyand 

- Vera F. Myers 



FIRST SOPRANOS 

H. Ruth Heffelman 
Louise Henry 
Florence Christeson 
Mrs. E. E. Sheldon 
Anna Bubble 
Emily Sheffy 
Ruth Strickler 
a [able Sensing 
Mary Daugherty 
Miriam Oyer 
Racha'el Shenk 
Dora Silberman 



ALTOS 

Ella M. Mutch 
Helen E. Ziegler 
Josephine Erich 
Vera F. Myers 
Ruth E. Engle 
Mildred Dunkel 
Clara Suckling 
Dorothy Davis 
Mrs. S. P. Bacastow 
Ruth Brunner 
Ethel Strickler 
Mary Irvin 
Naomi Hand 



second sopranos 



Pauline Clark 
Lillian Gantz 
Kathryn Boltz 
Mary Wyand 



Dorothy Lorenz 
Hilda F. Colt 
Edna Spessard 
Ada Beidler 



accompanist 

C Luella Hertzler 



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PERSONNEL 




Musical Director 


- 




- 


Prof. E. Edwin Sheldon 


Business Manager 




- 


- 


Mr. Faber E. Stengle 


FIRST TENORS 








FIRST BASSES 


H. AT. Bexdek. Pres. 








I'. T. Bachman 


A'. E. Light 








R. F. Berry 


I. A. Long 








T. P. FIcmmel 


F. E. Stengee 








F. A. Race 


SECOND TENORS 








SECOND BASSES 


L. C. Barnet 








R. N. Keim 


W. E. Deibler 








A. H. Kleffman, Sec'v 


I. S. Ernst, V. Pres. 








D. M. Long, Lreas. 


E. F. ElCHELBERGER 








A. E. SlIONK 


E. R. Snaveev 








I. H. Reber 


READER 








violinist 


Vereixg W. Jamison 








John Whitman 


MALE 


Ql 


ARTETTE 




H. M. Bender 








]). M. Long 


V. E. Light 








F H. Reber 



The Quittapahilla 1916 




Cl)apel Cl)otr 



sopranos 

Louise Henry 
Hilda F. Colt 
a [ a r y d a u g h e r t y 
Dorothy Lorenz 
Kathryn Boltz 
Miriam Oyer 



ALTOS 

Dorothy Davis 
Naomi Hand 
Ruth E. Engle 
Vera F. Myers 
Helen E. Ziegler 
Mary Iryin 



tenors 

Harry M. Bender 
Earl F. Eiciielberger 
Russel Rhoads 



basses 

Marcel Von Beregiiy 
Carl G. Snavely 
Raymond Keim 
LeRoy Walters 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



Cltontan Officers 



Fall Term 



La Rene Engle 



Ruth E. Engle 



Mary Daugheuty 



Helen Oyler 



Ruth V. Engle 



Myra Kiracofe 



Ruth Taylor 



Mary Wyand 



Louise Henry 



Helen Ziegler 
Katharine Dasher 



Winter Term 

President 
Florence Mentz 

Vice President 
Ethel Houser 

Recording Secretary 
Helen Oyler 

Corresponding Secretary 
Viola Gruber 

Critic 
LaRene Engle 

Chaplain 
Mary Daugiierty 

Treasurer 

Ruth Taylor 

Pianist 
Luella Hertzler 

Editor 
Ruth Heffelman 

fudges 

Esther Heintzelman 
Margaret Myers 
Clara Suckling 



Spring Term 



Ethel Houser 



Myra Kiracofe 



Ruth YVhiskeyman 



Margaret Myers 



Esther Heintzelman 



Nettie Showers 



Ruth Taylor 



Josephine Matiiias 



Hilda Colt 



Ruth Bender 
Katharine Ruth 
Dorothy Davis ■ 



Motto — Virtute et Fide 



Colors — Gold and White 



The Quittapahilla 1916 



Cltontan Members 



Bachman, Esther 
Bach max. Sara 
Basler, Mary 
Beaverson, Naomi 
Beidler, Ada 
Bender, Ruth 
Bergdoll, Mary 
Black, Blanche 
Boltz, Kathryn 
Bortz. Emma 
Case, Flora 
Clark. Pauline 
Colt, Hilda 
Dasher, Kathrine 
Daugherty, Mary 
Daugliertv, Myrtle 
Davis. Dorothy 
Dubble. Anna 
Dunkel, Mildred 
Engle, LaRene 
Engle, Marguerite 
Engle, Ruth E. 
Engle, Ruth V. 
Gallatin, Elizabeth 
Gamble, Merab 
Gantz, Lillian 
Garver, Mary 
Gingrich. Ruth 
Gruber, Viola 
Hand, Naomi 
Harris. Kathryn 
Hefflemax, Ruth 
Heintzelman, Esther 
Henry, Louise 
Hershey, Virginia 
Hertzler, Luella 
Hoover, Helen 
Houser. Ethel 



Huber, Ruth 
Jenkins, Elizabeth 
Kelchner, Ruth 
Keller, Ada 
Kettering, Fleeda 
Kiracofe, Myra 
Kreider, Catharine 
Light, Deborali 
Lorenz, Dorothy 
Loser, Ruth 
Mathias, Josephine 
Mentz, Florence 
Miller, Margaret 
Moyer, Esther 
Mutch, Ella 
Myers, Margaret 
Myers, Vera 
Orris, Belle 
Oyer, Miriam 
Oyler, Helen 
Page, Flora 
Ruth, Katharine 
Showers, Nettie 
Smith, Mae 
Snyder, Addie 
Snyder, Arita 
Spessard, Edna 
Strickler, Ethel 
Strickler, Ruth 
Suckling, Clara 
Taylor, Ruth 
Urich, Josephine 
Wareheim, Esta 
Weaver, Elta 
Whiskeyman, Ruth 
Wolfe, Violet 
Wommer, Elizabeth 
Wyand, Mary 



Ziegler, Helen 



KAt 




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IftaloBeteau Officers 

Fall Term Winter Term Spring Term 

President 
F. E. Stengle H. M. Bender P. B. Gibble 

Vice President 
V. W. Jamison I. Sankey Ernst 1). Mason Long 

Recording Secretary 
Joseph K. Hollinger John Long V. Earl Light 

Corresponding Secretary 
Reuben Williams . LeRoy Umberger Russel Ri-ioads 

Critic 
H. M. Bender D. Mason Long V. W. Jamison 

Treasurer 

I. Sankey Ernst I. Sankey Ernst I. Sankey Ernst 

Chaplain 

C. R. LONGENECKER REUBEN WlLLIAMS JOHN MORRISON 

Pianist 
L. C. Barnet LeRoy Walters F. E. Stengle 

Editor 
W. E. Mickey Abram Long Ammon Boltz 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Russel Rupp Carl Shannon W. Hugh Isaacs 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 
A. Herman Sherk Paul Shannon Roy HersiieY 

Motto: Palma non sine Pul\-ere Colors: Red and Old Gold 



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Iftal03etean Members 



Atticks, Robert 
Barnet, L. C. 
Basehore, H. F. 
Bechtel, Carrol 
Beidel, Douglas 
Bender, H. M. 
Berry, Ralph 
Boltz, Ahmon 
Brown, M. L, 
Buci-ier, Norman 
Crabill. Ralph 
Eby. I. Clyde 
Eichelberger, Earl 
Ernst, Ira S. 
Gibble, P. B. 
Gingrich, Henry 
Gingrich, H. S. 
Greenewalt, Owen 
PIallman, George 
Hershey, Roy 
Hess, Norman 
Hollinger, Joseph 
Inman, Kennetli 
Isaacs, W. Hugh 
Jackowiak, Joseph 
Jaeger, Gideon 
Jamison, V. W. 
Keim. Raymond 
Kleinfelter, Claude 
Kottler, Harry 
Kutz, George N. 
Light, Claude 
Light, Gideon 



Light, Ray H. 
Light, V. Earl 
Linebaugh, P. M. 
Long, Abram 
Long, D. Mason 
Long, John A. 
longenecker, c. r. 
Loomis, Charles 
Markowitz, Michael 
Martin, W. N. 
Mease, Ralph 
McNelly, Willis 
Mickey, W. E. 
Morrison, Frank 
Morrison, John 
Murphey, John A. 
Nissley, Raymond 
Oakes, John 
Race, Fred 
Rhoades, Russel 
Rupp, Russel 
Shaefer, H. E. 
Shannon, Carl 
Shannon, Paul 
Sherk, A. Herman 
Shonk, Alvin 
Stein, F. S. 
Umberger, LeRoy 
VanSchaak, Frank M. 
VonBereghy, Marcel 
Walter, Daniel 
Walters, LeRoy 
AYilliams, Reuben 



Yettek, 1 1 ARRY 



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iMnloftosnrian Officers 



Fall Term Winter Term Sprint, Term 

President 
C. E. Brexxemax Carl G. Snavely Paul J. Bowman 

Vice President 
C. H. Zuse Robert E. Hartz Conrad K. Curry 

Recording Secretary 

E. H. Ziegler Evan C. Brunner J. Paul Hummel 

Corresponding Secretary 
J. M. Berger Walter E. Deibler John H. Herring 

Critic 
J. H. Xess A. L. Weaver Lester B. Zug 

Judge 
I). J. Evans D. J. Evans Ralph W. Stickell 

Chaplain 
H. S. Daxdo John O. Jones D. J. Evans 

Pianist 
A. H. Kleffman W. W. McConel. Ray Campbell 

Editor 

H. W. Risser II. W. Risser Joseph I). Rutherford 

Janitor 
Harry Baker Harry W. Katermax C. C. Kratzer 

First Assistant 

F. L. Attinger J. Earl Steixhal'er Norman C. Potter 

Second Assistant 
J. A. Wisner Rufus Ness M. A. Brubaker 

Motto — Esse Ouam Vid.eri Colors — Old Cold and Blue 



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01)floftosmtan Members 



Attinger, Frank B. 
Baker, Harry 
Basehore, David B. 
Berger, John L. 
Blotch, Victor R. 
Bodexiiorx, Eixwood S. 
Bowman, Paul J. 
Brenneman, Curyin, E. 
Brubaker, Mark A. 
Brunner, Evan C. 
Buhrman, Norman A. 
Campbell, Ray P. 
Curry, Conrad K. 
Dando, Harry 
DeHuff, George A. 
Deibler, Walter E. 
Donahue, Joseph J. 
Evans, David J. 
Fink, David 
Fink, Homer F. 
Gemmil, Charles W. 
Gonder, Ralph 
Hartz, Robert E. 
Haverstock, George M. 
Heberlig, Raymond S. 
Heintzelman, S. Huber 
Henry, C. Vincent 
Herring, John H. 
Horstick, Charles 
Hummel, J. Paul 
Innerst, J. Stewart 
Jones, John O. 
Katerman. Harry W. 
Kiebler, Reno E. 



Kleffman, A. H. 
Kratzer, C. C. 
LeFever, Rufus H. 
Leister, J. Maurice 
Lerew, John W. 
Loser, Walter 
Machen, John 
McClure, Robert 
McConel, W. \\ . 
McLaughlin, R. O. 
Ness, John H. 
Ness, Rlifus R. 
I 'otter, Norman C. 
Risser, Harold W. 
Rutherford, Joseph D. 
Shaud, Albert G. 
Sitenberger, Jacob F. 
Shettle, Paul O. 
Snavely, Carl G. 
Snavelv, Earl R. 
Stambach, C. Guy 
Stein iiauer, J. Earl 
■Stickell, Ralph VV. 
Wagner, Paul S. 
Weaver, A. L. 
Wheelock, Joel 
Wine, I [arold 
Wisner, J. Artii ur 
Witmeyer, Paul E. 
Wrightstone, Harold K 
Yarrison, Guv R. 
Ziegler, Edwin H. 
Zug, Lester B. 
Zuse, Clayton H. 



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2Utric0 2it& ^octetp Officers 

First Semester Second Semester 

President 
J. Maurice Leister John 0. Ness 

Chief Aid 

M. L. Brown Joseph Donahue 

Secretary of Correspondence 
Harry Render R. Hekerlig 

Critic 
Ai.vin Weaver Charles Loomis 

Confidential Adviser 
Victor Blauch Harold White 

Mating Specialist 
D. J. Evans Jos. K. Hollinger 

Lookout Committee 

O. C. MULHOLLEN LESTER R. Zu.G 

fudges 
John Lerew Earl Eichelberger 

Earl Snavely George DeHuff 

Motto-— Una et unus est unus 

Colors — Blue and Yellow 



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ILaDtes' 3ltd £@ember0 



Bender, Harry M. 
Blauch. Victor R. 
Brown, M. L. 
DeHuff, George 
Donohue, Joseph J. 

ElCHELBERGER, EARL 

Evans. David 
Pink, David 
Gemmil. Charles 
Heberlig, Raymond 
Hollixcer, Joseph 
Jaeger, ( Iideon 
Keating. William 
Klinger. J. E. 
Kutz, George N. 



LeFever, Rufus 
Leister, J. Maurice 
Lerew, John 
Loomis, Charles 
ATackert, C. LeRoy 
March. James G. 
Mickey, W. E. 
Mulhollen, Oscar C. 
Ness, John 
Snavely, Earl 
Snaveey, Francis 
Stumbaugh, Eldridge 
Weaver, Alvin 
White, Harold 
Zug, Lester B. 



jRctt in iLinc 



Rhoades, Russel 
Isaacs, W. Hugh 
Shenberger, Jacob 
VanSchaak, Frank 
McConel, W. W. 
Yarrison, Guy 



Risser, Harold 

Klein fetter, Claude 
Light, Gideon 
Kleffman, Harry 
Dando, Harry' 
Xissi.ey, Raymond 



Kattb QQarkS 



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Cierctses of Commencement ameeft 1914 

SATURDAY, JUNE 6 

7:45 P, M. Academy Commencement 

Address, Reverend G, D. Batdorf, Ph.D. 

SUNDAY, JUNE 7 

10:30 A. M. - - - - - - Baccalaureate Services 

Sermon, Bishop \Y. M. Weekly, D.D. 

6:00 P. M. Union Campus Praise Service 

7:30 P. M. -• Annual Address before the Christian Association 

Address, Reverend Charles W. Recard,- D.D. 

MONDAY', JUNE 8 

11 115 A. M. Annual AIeetin»" of the Board of Trustees 

S :oo P. M. - Exercises by the Graduating Class Conservatory of Music 

TUESDAY, JUNE 9 

2 :oo P. M: Class Day Exercises 

7:30 P. M. - Junior Oratorical Contest 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 

10:00 A. M. Fort) r -Eighth Annual Commencement 

Orator. Reverend Hugh Black, D.D. 

12:00 M. Annual Alumni Puncheon and Reunion 

3:30 P. Al. Baseball, Athletic Field. 'Varsity vs. Alumni 

8:00 P. M. - - Annual Play, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare 



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2lcaoemp Commencement 

June 6, 1914 

PROGRAM 

Orchestra — "Hungarian Fantasia" Tiieo. Muses Tobani 

March — "The Dashing Cavalier" - • - Edmund Brahm 

Invocation 

President's Address - George Haverstock 

March Militaire Miss Bender and Mr. Sciiaeffer 

The Power of Association - - Katie Ruth 

The Teacher's Sleigh Ride - - K. Ruth Loser 

Our Greatest Institution - Harry Gingrich 
Yachting Glee - Messrs. Katekmax, Siiettle, Sciiaeffer, Rebek 

Mexico and American Responsibility Ciiari.es Gemmil 

Address — "The Power of a Great Purpose" Rev. G. D. Batdorf, Ph.D. 

Presentation of Diplomas 

Orchestra — "The Thunderbolt" F. J. St. Clair 



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Crje 5fortp-€tgrjtrj Baccalaureate ^erbtce 

June 7. 1914. 10:30 A. M. 

PROGRAM 

Organ Prelude — Festival Hymn, Gloria Patri - H. N. Bartlett 

[nvocation Rev. A. A. Koch 

Hymns — "Lord, in the Morning" 

Scripture - Rev. W. F. DeLong 

Prayer - Rev. P. D. Witman 

Anthem — "Holy. Holy. Holy Lord God Almighty Stewart 

.Announcements 
Offering 

Solo — "O Lord of Life" - Mary Tamer Salter 

Miss Gertrude Kat'herine Schmidt 

Sermon Bishop W. M. Weekly, D.D. 

Hymn — "Fairest Lord Jesus. Ruler of All Nature" 

Benediction - Rev. J. H. Willauer 

Organ Postlude 

7:30 P. M. 

Organ Prelude — Reverie Dethier 

Hymn — "Come. Thou Almighty King" 

Invocation - Russel Wiedler 

Anthem — "The Earth is the Lords" - - J. H, Rogers 

Scripture 

Prayer 

Solo — "Jerusalem, Thou That Killest" ( St. Paul) Mendelssohn 

Miss Ruth Stricklek 

Announcements 

Offering 

Address - Rev. Charles W. Recard, D.D. 

Hymn — "Now the Day Ts Over" 

Benediction 

Orsran Postlude 



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department of £@ustc ant) £>cl)ool of Oratorp 

June 8, 19 15 

PROGRAM 

Invocation ------ - Rev. N. L. Linebaugh 

March Slov (Two Pianos) Tschoikoivsky 

Mr. Arnold., .Misses Painter, Light, Steinhauer 

Sonata, Op. 90 (1st Movement) - - Beethoven 

Miss Mary L. Light 

Songs — a. Aus Meinen ( irossen Schmerzen - - Franz 

b. Come to the Garden, Love - .1/. T. Salter 

Miss Ruth Strickler 

Fautaisie, Op. 49 - Chapin 

.Miss Mary E. Painter 

Reading — "A Chariot of Fire" - E. S. Phelps 

.Miss Elta Weaver, '15 

Concerto in A Minor, Op. 15 ( tst Movement) - MacDowell 

Mr. J. Fred Arnold, 1st Piano 

Mr. R. A. Campbell, 2nd Piano 

Mr. E. E. Sheldon, Organ 

Vocal Duet — Beautiful Night .__.___ Gounod 

Misses Myrtle Turby and Ruth E. Engle 

Presentation of Diplomas by - President G. D. Gossard, D.D. 

Ladies' Chorus — "Fly, Singing-Bird, Fly" - El gar 

Misses Donmoyer, Strickler, Gephart, Christeson, Bensing, Gantz, 
Myers, Bachman and Bacastow 

Violin Obligato - - - - Mr. Statton and Miss Engle 



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Class Dap 

June 9, 19 14 



PROGRAM 

March Song- 
Address President Carl F. Schmidt 

An Hour of Rest 
Behind the Scenes -------- Original Cast 

Inquisition 
Das Songerfest 
Millionaire for a Day 
Last Will and Testament of forP. H. E. rennaW 
Class Song- 
Tree Oration ------- Henry P.. Snavely 

Alma Mater 



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3?untor Oratorical Conte0t 

June 9, km 4 

PROGRAM 

Music -------- Plectrum Quintette 

Invocation 

Music --------- Plectrum Quintette 

Oration — "In Hoc Signo Vinces" - - P. B. Gibble 

Oration — "Civilization's Uncontrolled Designs Lester B. Zug 

Oration — "The Unsolved Problems of Science" - Philo Statton 

Music - - Plectrum Quintette 

Oration — "The Sea Is His" Verling W. Jamison 

Oration — "America's Destiny" - - - - - John H. Xess 

Music --___ Plectrum Quintette 



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Commencement 

June io, 1914 

PROGRAM 

Prelude - Prof. R. MacD. Kirkland 

Invocation 
Interlude - Prof. R. MacD. Kirkland 

Oration __._-_. Rev. Hugh Black, D.D. 

Conferring of Degrees President G. D. Gossard, D.D. 

Postlude ------- Prof. R. MacD. Kirkland 



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fl@ucl) 2oo about JRotlnng 

June io, 19 14 

CAST 

Benedick - - John B. Lyter 

Dogberry ------ --D. Leonard Reddick 

Leonato Howard L. Olewiler 

Verges -------- Victor Heffelfinger 

Don Pedro • Harry H. Charlton 

Clandio - - - Verling M. Jamison 

Don John Lester A. Rhodes 

Antonio - Lester B. Zug 

Borachio - - Edward H. Smith 

Conrade - John H. Ness 

The Friar -------- Faber E. Stengee 

Balthasar - - Thomas B. Lyter 

The Sexton - - - - Conrad K. Curry 

Seacoal - S. Huber Heintzelman 

Oatcake Lester F. Snyder 

Beatrice ------ Josephine M. Urich 

Hero --------- Blanche M. Risser 

LTsnla ---------- Mary L. Irwin 

Maro-aret -------- Myra G. Kiracofe 



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jfortp-jfourti) 2tnnitoersarp Clioman 
Utterarp ^ottetp 

November 20, 1914 

PROGRAM 

March — "Citizen's Pride" H. J. Crosby 

Invocation - Rev. S. F. Daugherty 

Overture — "Cinderella" - ______ Rossini 

President's Address — "The Choice of College Women" 
LaRene Engle 

Piano Solo — Rondo, Op. 16 - - - - " F. Chopin 

Ruth Engle 

Oration — "Co-Operative Activity" 

M. Belle Orris 

Vocal Solo — (a) "One By One" Von Ahn Carson 

(b) "Ecstasy" __-_-_ Rummcl 

Ruth Strickler 

Oration — "The New Order" 

Myra Kiracofe 

Reading — "Fourteen to One" - Elizabeth S. Phillips 

Anna Dubble 

Chorus — "Persian Serenade" ------ Alex. Matthews 

Clio Octette 

Concert — "Pilgrim Chorus" ______ Richard Wagner 



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Ci)trtp-€tgl)tl) 2tnmtoer0arp of tt)e Iftal03etean 
Jlitetarp £>octetp 

April 16, 1915 

PROGRAM 

March — "Citizens' Pride" - - - - - -H.J. Crosby 

Invocation - - - Reverend D. E. Long 

Overture — "Elisa e claudio" - Mercadante 

President's Address — "The Complete Man" 

P. B. Gibble 

Oration — "The Consecration of Germany" 

H. M. Bender 

Piano Solo - - - - - - - - - - L. C. Barnet 

Reading- — "The Plot Against Malvolio" - - Shakespeare 

From Twelfth Night 
V. W. Jamison 

Chorus — "The Soldier's Chorus" - - Gounod 

Kalo Chorus 

Oration — "First Aid" 

F. E. Stengle 

Concert — "I'm a Lonein' Fo' You" - ' Jane Hathaway 



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jfortp €tgi)t!) 3lnmtoer0arp of ti)e ^Inloftosmtan 
JUterarp ^ocfetp 

May 7, 191 5 

PROGRAM 

March - - Orchestra 

Invocation Rev. Dr. J. E. Kleffman, '89 

Music - Orchestra 

President's Address — "The Enemies of Peace" 

John H. Xess 

Oration — "The Menace" 

Carl G. Snavely 

Flute Solo — "Serenade" - 77// 

George A. DeHuff 

Oration — "America's Debt" 

John O. Jones 

Piano Solo — "Militar-March" - Schubert-Tausig 

Ray P. Campbell 

Reading — "My Double and How He Undid Ale" - Edward Everett Hale 
John W. Larew 

March — "World Peace" - - - - - - J. S. Zamccnik 



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5ftr0t ^nnttiersarp of ti)e ILaofes 2Uo ^octetp 

PROGRAM 

Overture — "Rusty Cavalier" - - R. Suavely 

Invocation -------- Rev. G. A. Richie 

March — '"The Moon Has His Eyes On You" - - Jaeger 

Presidents Address — "The Fundamentals" 

J. Maurice Leister 

Paper — "Social Intercourse" 

James G. March 

Flute Solo — "True As Blue" - Campbell 

George DeHuff 

Oration — "Mariapickleweightism" 

Alvin Weaver 

Reading — "The Climax" 

David J. Evans 

Oration — "The Value of Steadiness" 

Victor Blauch 

Quartette — "Don't Say No" ------- Barnet 

Messrs. Hoelinger, White, Mickey, Bender 

Oration — "Domestic Peace and How to Attain It" 
Charles Loomis 

Chorus — "Two By Two" -------- Zug 

Octette 

Overture — "By and By" -------- Ness 



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CurptJtce Crjoral Club i^ome Concert 

March 23, 1915 

PROGRAM 

Tart I 

Pilgrim's Chorus - - - Wagner 

Spinning Chorus - - Wagner 

The Club 

Reading — "Little Brown Baby" - - Paul Lawrence Dunbar 

Miss [Jrich 

Piano Solo — "Polonaise No. 2" - - . - - Liszt 

Miss Engle 

Sweet and Cow Barnby-S'picker 

Woodpecker ------ - Nevin 

The Club 

Reading- — "When Henry Pours Gasoline" - Holworthy Hall 

Miss Uricit 

A Dreaming Rose - Harris 

The Club 

Part II 

3 SpiOsummer jRigfct 

By Paul Bliss 
characters 

Spirit of Silence of the Night - - - Ruth Strickler 

Spirit of Storm ) -r, ,- 

v. 1 ■ ., , -r, >■ - - Kthel Strickler 

Spirit ot Danger \ 

Chorus — Stars and Fireflies, Shadows, Storm Fiends, Raindrops, Birds and 
Sunbeams 



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Horn's <&ltt Club J^ome Concert 

February 2^,, 1915 

PROGRAM 

Tart I 
Sanctus ______ Moir-Robinson 

The Club 
Requiem - Sidney Homer 

Mr. Eichelbergee 
Reading — "If" - ________ Kipling 

Me. Jamison 
"Since Pa Has Bought a Limousine" - - Krats 

The Quartette 
Intro and Rondo Capriccioso - - - - Saint-Saens 

Mr. Whitman 
Song of the Camp ( Poem by Bayard Taylor ) II. J. Stewart 

Mr. M. Long and Clue 
Reading — "Pro and Con" - Pozvers 

Mr. Jamison 

On the Road to Mandalay (Poem by Kipling) - - Speaks 

Mr. Bender and Club 

Part II 
My Neighbor's Garden ------- Hahn 

The Club 
a. Meditation (Thais) - Massenet 

1). Liebesfreud — Tanzweisen -_-____ Kreisler 

Mr. Whitman 
Sketch — "A Telegram From Dad" - - - _ Taylor 

"a -5>tu&cnt'3 Room in a l£otd" 
cast 

Billy Burnham, a Senior - - _ _ _ - Mr. Jamison 

James E. Rush. Football Coach - Mr. Stengle 

Pete Walters, a Second Senior ■ - - Mr. D. M. Long 

Teny Flynn, Another Senior - - Mr. Berry 

Charles Livermore, Chief of Police - Mr. I. S. Ernst 

Messenger Boy - Mr. J. A. Long 

Mrs. James Rush - Mr. Eichelberger 

A Serenade - Harris 

Mr. Bender 

Good-Bye _ _ Tosti-Hilton 

The Club 

By the Quittapahilla --__--__ Sheldon 

The Club 



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3Jnter-Cla0£ ^Debating Contest 

April 23, 19 15 

Question: "Resolved. That a literacy test should he required of all immi- 
grants to the United States." 

Affirmative : Fres i i men 
Negative: Sophomores 

jfresfjmr-n 




C. C. Maderia Michael Marko 



fempfjomorrG 




Abram Long" Earl R. Snavely Reuben W. Wi 







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i.^ ■*^J.i/- IllEll 



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A whirlpool of human forms, 
Struggling hard for master}', — 
On the gridiron, in the cage. 
On the diamond, or cinder path. 

A whirlpool of brawn and hone. 
Advancing toward a goal, — 
Pushing, pulling, fighting on, — 
It is our L. V. C. 



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£tt)lettc 2l00ciriatton 

President - - - Jos. K. Hollinger 

Secretary - - Conrad K. Curry 

MANAGERS ASSISTANT MANAGERS 

Football - Ralph Stickell Football - - Robert Hartz 

Basketball - John O. Jones Basketball - David J. Evans 

Baseball - Carl G. Snavely Baseball - - Ira S. Ernst 

Track - - D. Mason Long Track Russel Rupp 

Tenuis - S. Hi'ber Heintzei.man Tennis David Fink 

executive committtee 

President - - ■- Prof. S. H. Derickson 

Secretary Jos. K. Hollinger 

Facility Representatives: Prof. S. If. Derickson, Prof. A. E. Siiroyer 

Alumni Representatives: Dr. Morris E. Bruxxek. Mr. J. P. Batdorf 

Student Representatives: Jos. K. Hollinger. Harry M. Bender, David 
J. Evans 



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ROY J. ( rTJYER 

Director of Athletics 



IRecapttulatton 



This has been, in every respect a successful year in Athletics. We can look 
back over the year's work with a sense of gratification. In football we find 
that we have scored a far greater number of points than our opponents. The 
same is true in basketball, even though the schedule was an exceptionally dif- 
ficult one from the standpoint of teams played. The results in track, too, are 
very encouraging. This is, in a measure, the beginning of a new era in this 
department. We could not have anticipated a better baseball season than this 
one of 1915. With a strong pitching staff of five. Lebanon Valley swept 
everything before it. 

We accomplished these results without a single "ringer." All 'Varsity 
men were ( in every sport ) bona fide students. 




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RALPH STK'KEI.I., Manager 



Parsitp 

Marcel VonBereghy 
Center 



George A. - 1 )eH uff 

Guard 
C. LeRoy Mackert 

Tackle 



Joseph K. I [ol linger 

Guard and Tackle 

Robert Atticks 

Left End 



John W. Lerew 
Quarterback 



Charles H. Loomis 

Guard 

Carrol Bechtel 

Tackle 



Marlin Wenrick 

Guard and Tackle 

William Keating 

Rieht End 



Russel Rupp 

Left End 

Carl G. Snavely, (Capt.) 

Fullback 

Gideon Jaeger Joel Wheelock 

Left Halfback 'Right Halfback 

Ross Swartz Joseph Donoiiue 

Left Halfback Right Halfback 



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Parsttp jFootball 

RECORD FOR 1914 

September 23 — Carlisle Indians, at Carlisle 
October 3— Indian Reserves, at Annville 
October to — Franklin and Marshall, at Lancaster 
October 17 — Western Maryland, at Lebanon 
October 24 — Gettysburg-, at Gettysburg 
October 31 — Washington College, at Annville 
November 17 — Middletown A. C, at Annville 
November 14 — [Muhlenberg, at Allentown 



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21 


3 


24 


9 


41 





85 





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22 




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^>cconD JToottmll Ceam 



ROBERT E. HARTZ. Manager Second 
RECORD FOR 1914 

September 26 
Pennbrook A. C, at'Annville 

October 3 
Reading H. S., at Reading- 
October g 
Harrisburg H. S., at Annville 

October 24 
Palmyra A. C, at Palmyra 

October 31 
Hershey Men's Club at Hershey 

November 14 
Harrisburg Academy, at 
Harrisburg 

November 21 
Shippensburg Y. M. C. A., at 

Annville 

November 26 
Middletown A. C. at Middletown 



Thomas Foltz - 
Francis Snavely - 
Earl Eichelberger - 
Daniel Walters - 
Paul Kreider - 
Fred Race, (Capt.) 
David Evans 
Frank Morrison - 
Harold Wine - 
William Swartz - 
Kenneth Inman 
Mich ael Markowitz 
Edwin Ziegler 
Paul Yiengst 
Morris Blauch 
Claude Kletnfelter 
Ralph Crabill 



Fullback 

Fullback 

Left Halfback 

Right Halfback 

Left Halfback 

Quarterback 

Quarterback 

Right End 

- Left End 

Left End 

Left Tackle 

- Right Tackle 

Right End 

Left Guard 

Right Guard 

Right Guard 

Center 



L.V. 
29 


Opp 

7 


6 


6 


28 


6 


19 





6 






217 



o 

19 




FRED RACE. Captaii 



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Ministers tis. ^ons of 90inistct0 

Ministers 0, Sons of Ministers 18 




&ons of Stpinistcrs 



CHARLES MADEIRA, Left Tackle HARRY KLEFFMAN, 

THOMAS FOLTZ, Water Boy PAUL SHANNON, Rig 

REUBEN WILLIAMS. Left Halfback CARL SHANNON, <Vi 

WILLIS McNELLY. iCant.l. Quarterback RUSSEL EHOADS. L( 

DAVID .1. EVANS, Coach 



ibstitute LEROY WALTERS, Rigbt Guard 

Guard MASON LONG, Left End 

r JOHN LONG, Right Halfback 

Guard LESTER SNYDER, Left End 

GLEN MATER, Fullback 




GUY STAMBACH, Left Halfbacl 
CLAYTON ZUSE, Official Cusser 
H. W. KATERMAN, Left Guard 
.JoIIX MORRISON. Right End 



99mi0tet0 



PAUL HUMMEL, Rigbt Halfback 
V. W. JAMISON. Left End 
HARRY KOTTLER, Rigbt Tackle 
I. ESTER ZUG, Center 



MICHAEL MURPHY, Co 



PAUL SHETTLE, Substitute 
P. B. GIBBLE, Left Tackle 
IRA S. ERNST, Right Guard 
JOHN 0. JONES, Quarterback 
Fullback 



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William Keatini 

Forzvwrd 
Robert Atticks 

Guard 



H IX1CS, Maiuscr 



^arsitp lBasbetball 

Joseph Hollingee 

Center 

Charles Loomis 

Foiivard and Guard 

RECORD FOR 1914-'15 

December 4 — Lebanon Club, at Lebanon 

December 11 — Lebanon Club, at Annville - 

January 6 — Lehigh, at South Bethlehem 

January 7 — Moravian College, at Bethlehem - 

January 8 — Swarthmore, at Swarthmore 

January 15 — Moravian College, at Annville 

January 29 — Xesy York University Law School 

February 2 — Ait. St. Mary's College 

February 6 — Bucknell, at Annville 

February 10 — Juniata, at Annville 

February 19 — Juniata, at Huntingdon - 

February 24 — Ursinus, at Annville ■ 

March 3 — Indians, at Annville 

March 6 — Penn .Military College, at Chester 

March 8 — Indians, at Carlisle 

March 9 — Muhlenberg-, at Allentown - 

March 12 — Muhlenberg:, at Annville 



William Sw 


ARTZ 


Forward 




Daniel Walters 


Guard 




L. v. 


Opp. 


39 


24 


01 


2,S 


18 


39 


3i 


3 2 


21 


40 


34 


3i 


38 


19 


- 16 


3 2 


26 


28 


36 


30 


-V 


3 1 


45 


2 4 


55 


31 


30 


22 


26 


29 



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Second Ba0ftetball Ceam 



Joel Wheelock J. E. Klinger 




Forjvard Forward 




C. LeRoy Mackert 




Center 




Joseph Donohue Gideon Jaeger 




Guard Guard 




RECORD FOR 1914-15 




L. V. 


Opp 


Lebanon Y. M. C. A., at Lebanon 34 


22 


Hershey Men's Club, at Hershey - - - - - 21 


34 


Myerstown H. S., at Annville - - - - 65 


2 3 


Millersville S. N., at Annville - - 37 


21 


York H. S., at Annville ------ 36 


42 



193 142 



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3nter-Cla00 Ba0ketball JUague 



STANDING OF TEAMS 



Freshmen 

Sophomores 

Preps 

Juniors 

Seniors 



^rcentaeu 
IOOO 

•750 
.500 
.25O 
.OOO 




Mentors 



Ralph Stickell 


Paul Bowman 


Forward 


Forward 


Carl G. Snayely, 


(Capt.) 


Center 




John Lerevv 


Clyde Eby 


Guard 


Guard 



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iuniors 

Joseph K. Hollinger Marcel VonBereghy Ralph Crabill 

Forward Center Forward 

David Evans John Long 

Guard Guard 




Charles Loomis, (Capt.) 
Forward 

Russel Rupp 
Guard 



&opf)omorc0 

Ross Swartz William Swartz 

Center Forward 

Joseph Donohue 
Guard 



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William Keating, (Capt. 
Forward 

Daniel Walters 
Guard 



jFreofjmm 

Gideon Jaeger J. E. Klinger 

Center Forzvard 

Robert Atticks 
Guard 




f^rrpS 

Joel Wheelock C. LeRoy aIackert, (Capt.) Francis Snavely 

Forward Center Forward 

John Machen Robert McClure Carrol Bechtel 

Guard Guard Guard 



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Girls' $arsitp Ba0ftetball Ceam 

Virginia Hershey Marguerite Engle Kathryn Boltz 

Forward Center Forward 

Ruth Engle Esther Bach max 

Guard Guard 

Substitutes 
mayme g arm an 
Merab Gambel 

record for 1914-15 

L. V. <>pp. 

Central H. S., at Harrisburg ------ 10 18 

Hasset Girls' Club, at Annville - - - - 14 10 

L. V. C. Scrubs, at Annville - - - 34 8 

Central H. S., at Annville - - - - 11 14 

Moravian Club, at Annville - - - - 26 22 

Moravian Club, at Lebanon - - 12 6 

107 78 



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IParsitp Baseball Ceam 




CARL G. SNAVELY, Manager 



Carl G. Snavely 

First Base 

Ross Swartz 

Second Base and Pitcher 

William Keating 

Third Base 

John Machen 

Shorts/op 

John Lerew, (Capt.) 

Center Field 

Edwin Zeigler 

Left Field and Pitcher 

R ALI'II Stickell 

Right Field and Pitcher 

Robert Atticks 

Catcher 
Willis McNelly 

Catcher 

Harold White 

Pitcher 



SCHEDULE 

April 3 — Mercersburg, at Mercers- 
burg. 

April 7 — Dickinson, at Carlisle. 

April io — Phila. College of Pharmacy, 
at Annville. 

April 16 — Ursinus, at Annville. 

April 17 — Muhlenberg, at Allentown. 

April 24 — Yillanova. at Annville. 

April 26 — Mt. St. Mary's, at Emmitts- 
burg. 

May 1 — Annville A. C, at Annville. 

May 4 — Drexel Institute, at Phila- 
delphia. 

May 5 — Seton Hall, South Orange, 
X. J. 

May 6 — Brooklyn College, at Brook- 
lyn. 

May 8 — Lehigh, at Annville. 



IK 1915 






May 


12— 


-Phila. College of Pharmacy, 
at Philadelphia. 


May 


15- 


-Drexel Institute, at Ann- 
ville. 


May 


18- 


-Bloi iinshurg Normal School, 
at Bloomsburg. 


May 


19- 


-State College, at State Col- 
lege. 


May 


20- 


-Bellefonte A cade m y, at 
Bellefonte. 


May 


21- 


-Juniata, at Huntingdon. 


May 


22— 


— Bucknell, at Lewisburg. 


May 


27- 


-Bucknell, at Annville. 


May 


29- 


-Lebanon at Lebanon (two 
games ) . 


June 


1- 


—Dickinson, at Annville. 


June 


2- 


—Muhlenberg, at Annville. 



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IRA S. ERNST, Manager 



^econti Baseball Ceam 



F. Snavely 

Brown 

Wrightstone 

hollinger 

Bechtel 

Mackert 



candidates 

Martin 

Wheelock 

Jackowiak 

Shettel 

Loser 

Smith 



Shenberger 

Crabill 
D. Fink 
Murphy 

S\VARTZ 

Hartz 



April 17 — Minersville H. S. 

ville. 
April 23 — New Bloomfield Academy, 

at Annville. 
April 26 — Palmyra A. C, at Annville. 
May 1 — Harrisbnrg Tech., at Har- 

risburs'. 



SCHEDl LE FOR 1915 

at Ann- 



May 
May 
May 
May 

May 



8 — Palmyra, at Palmyra. 
12 — Lebanon H. S., at Annville. 
21 — Lebanon H. S.. at Lebanon. 
22 — Harrisburg Tech, . at Ann- 
ville. 
29 — Minersville H. S.. at Min- 
ersville. 



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D. MASON LONG, Manager 



Darsitp Crack Ceam 



SCHEDULE FOR 1915 



February 20 — Johns Hopkins Indoor Meet, at Baltimore. 

February 2j — Georgetown Indoor Meet, at Washington. 

April 24 — Inter-Collegiate Meet, at U. of P., at Philadelphia. 

April 27 — Inter-Class Meet, at Annville. 

May 1 — Dual Meet with Dickinson, at Carlisle. 

May 8 — Dual Meet with Carlisle, at Carlisle. 

May 15 — Middle States Atlantic Meet, at Haverford. 

May 22 — Dual Meet with Juniata, at Annville. 





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Cennt0 

[OME vears ago there was considerable interest taken in tennis. 
So much so, indeed, that three new courts were made. The 
pendulum of interest in this sport then swung back, hanging 
there for several vears. During this period two of the courts were al- 
lowed to become covered with grass and weeds. 

In the fall of 1913 history began to repeat itself when a new wave of 
enthusiasm again swept over the student body. < )ne of these old courts 
was cleared -of the grass, with which it had become replete, by the class 
of [914, while their cousins, the class of 1916, did the same to the other 
court. 

Last fall, in a progressive tournament of the girls., Margaret Engle, 
proving herself champion, was accordingly presented with a handsome 
Spalding racket. This racket was given by the Spalding House of Phila- 
delphia. 

So great is' the interest now taken by the students in this sport that it 
is a common thing to see all three courts in use while several students are 
anxiously waiting for the court. 

Such teams as the Lebanon Business Men and the Hummelstown 
•Racket Club were playing last spring, This spring, however, for the first 
lime we played college teams. On the 28th and 29th of May we were 
one of the four colleges represented in a quadrangular meet played on 
tin- courts of Dickinson College at Carlisle. The other participating 
colleges were Bucknell and Franklin and Marshall. 



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Set your ribs in motion friend, take off that sordid frown ; 
Throw your heavy cares aside, and be for once a clown. 
Make your weary side to vibrate, as in days of youth. 
Bury deep those horrid blues, to laugh is not uncouth, — 
For in the forest I believe, I hear a happy note — 

Ripple ! Ripple ! all the streams. 

Giggle ! Giggle ! so it seems. 

Whatever work you'll try to do, you'll find some -opposition. 
Crying does not help a bit, to solve the proposition. 
So you might as well be gay, laugh failure in the face. 
Come, forget your many woes, a smile best wins the race. 
For in the very heart of nature, I'm sure I hear a note. 

Ripple ! Ripple ! all the streams. 

Gis'Sfle ! Gis'sfe ! so it seems. 



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Lebanon Galley's Battle £>ong 

Tune (Militant Suffragette) 

I 

To L. V. C. the victory, to White and Blue the. praise. 
Our voices blend, and help will lend, our ranks are ever true, 
This day ye son, will be the one, the banner we will raise, 
Then through the sky, so high will fly, the colors white and blue. 

Chorus 

Then on to victory! Our victorious banner gaily fly, 

Our team is always on the jump and can't be beat, 

Triumphantly victorious never know defeat. 

Then on to victory! White and Blue will be our standards true; 

Forward! Ye sons of L. V. C, yours will be the victory. 

II 

To L. V. C. the spoils of war, to White and Blue the fame. 

We won't he slack, nor will we lack, to fight unto the end. 

This glorious daw in full array, we'll celebrate the name, 

Of her whose cause, will bring applause, our good and noble friend. 



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maslzt Utebe? 



HIEBE ist ein kitzliges Gefiihl wenn eins anfangst zu tulilen dasz es ein 
Gefiihl fuhlen werde welches es nie vordem gefuhlt hatte. Wenn 
ein J nnger furs erste Mai sich verliebt mit einem Fraulein, dann 
drangt die Liebe mit alien Mitteln ein und er lauft aufwarts wie ein Soldat 
mid er fangt an langen Hosen zu tragen. Sein Haar straubt sich in die Hohe 
und es gibt ein Englischer "Teddy Bear." Der beste Zeichen dasz der Junger 
verliebt ist, ist wenn er sein Appetit verliert. Als er dieses iibermacht dann 
pfeift er inimer ant der Strasse und vergisst die ganze Welt auszer sich und 
seinem Fraulein. Es giebt liur eine Welt fur ihn und diese Welt verfasst nur 
zwei Leute. Seine Mathematik ist gezwirnt vveil er denkt dasz eins melir eins 
ware nur eins und darum passiert er nicht die I'rufung. Die Eeute sagen er 
ware verrvickt das Fraulein zu heiraten aber a sagt, "Ich werde eine Chance 
nehmen." 




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21 Call to &>utp 



Come now brother, sing our song, 
"Votes for women," loud and strong. 
With your voice so sweet and clear; 
You're our champion — that's a dear. 

Brothers, help us win this fight. 
Help us set the country right ; 
Join our cause, or fade away. 
Now don't kick; you've had your day. 

Don't be frightened. Maiden Aunts, 
We don't want our brothers' pants. 
Cast-off clothes that they've outgrown 
We want things we'll call our own. 
We're not after mere applause. 
What we want is rights and laws. 

We're grown tired of playing Eve, 
Enough we're suffered we believe ; 
Tired of taking all the blame 
For Father Adam's sin and shame. 



So come now, men, step into line; 
To heed this call if you decline. 
You'll have to conk your own three 

meals. 
And then 'you'll know how woman 

feels. 

Don't you worry, we're on deck, 
And there won't be any wreck 
Of the race that's prophesied 
By the fraid-cat Anti's side. 

Come now, .lie a suffragette — 
We're the greatest ever vet. 
Better join us while you can; 
Step up like a little man. 
Come now, for the love of Alike! 
Join us on our suffrage hike. 

Mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts 
And you critters wearin' pants, 
.March up lively, now be spry, — 
"Votes tor women" is our cry. 

F. M. Van Sciiaack. 



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Oil HOW ( rREEN 

Freshie upon seeing the schedule for the tennis tournament in the Ad. Building, 
came to the Dorm, and upon meeting Katerman said: "They have me signed up to 

pull against you in the tug-of-war contest. That's a mistake. 1 must see the Senior- 
Junior Council about it." _♦- 

Perhaps 
"Sallie" VanSchaak to "Bobbie" Hartz: "I believe I could coach the football 
team if I'd study the rules up a bit." 

Wanted — Somebody to pray for the Scrubs at the Reading football game. 

Prof. Lehman (explaining the rays of light of the sun): "When a ray o' 
light — " 

Ray Light: "Here!" — 

Miss Colt (to a classmate upon seeing Rube Williams crossing the campus): 
"There o-oes one of my admirers." 



E. R. Snavely (to Prof. Wanner): "Sh ! I have a bright i<V 
Prof. Wanner: "Shi Impossible." 



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Ci)e i^anD of jfate 

A Tragedy in Two Acts 

DRAMATIS PERSONAE 



Faculty of Colic 
Lord High Monitor Kleffman 
College Registrar 
Professor of Biology 
Professor of Physics 
Professor of History 
Professor of Athletics 

Supers 



McNelly 

McLaughlin 
Gingrich 



St itcl cuts 



Holsinger 



Professor of German 
Professor of Oratory 
Professor of Math. 
Professor of Latin 
Dean of Women 
College President 



Jamison 

Jones 

G. Stambacii 



Act I, Time Jan. 31, 1915 

Scene I. Office of Registrar. Table strewn with paper. General air of un- 
tidiness in room. 

Registrar, working at his table. Enter to him Monitor. 

Monitor (holds out papers and speaks slowly) : "Here, Professor, are the rec- 
ords of chapel cuts for the month of — " 

Registrar: "Don't bother me! Don't bother me ! ! Get out of this ! Get out ! ! 
I'm busy getting out report cards. This is more important than your chapel cut 
record." 

Monitor (unmoved): "But, Professor, this is important, because the spiritual 
welfare of the student is concerned. Why Jones, McNelly, McLaughlin, Gingrich, 
Jamison and Guy Stambach hardly ever come to chapel unless there is some special 
speaker such as a suffragette. For the sake of their souls we ought to do something. 
What's the use of rules if we don't enforce them. I don't want to do this work if it 
doesn't amount to anything." 

Registrar (looking over reports) : "That's bad! tut-tut, that's bad! Well, I'll 
look into this." (Exit Monitor). 

Registrar (musing) : "Huh, I don't give a hang about their spiritual welfare. 
I want 'em to attend chapel so I don't have these bloomin' records to bother with." 

Curtain. 



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Scene II. Registrar's Office. Time, the next morning. 

Professor of History (continuing the subject) : "Professor, where are these 
delinquents?" 

Registrar (busy as usual) : "Don't know. Can't tell you." 

Knock. Enter Jones, McLaughlin, AlcXelly, Holsinger, Stambach. Hurry up! 
Hurry up! Sit down ! Take chairs ! 

Jones: "Thanks, Prof. I'll stand. I slept well last night." 

Professor of History (seriously) : "Gentlemen, we called you to ask your rea- 
son for disobeying- faculty orders by missing more than the permitted amount of 
chapel exercises." 

Jones (drawling) : "You see, Professor, it's this way. I have been conducting 
revival services this month, consequently it is rather late when I retire. Then, since 
I only have one 7:45 class which is Bible, I just sleep 'till 10. Besides that I am bas- 
ketball manager and that gives me some prestige around the place. 

Registrar: "That's bad, a preacher cutting Bible." (Laughter). 

Professor of History: "Well, Air. Holsinger, what's your excuse?" 

Holsinger: "Well, here, it is impossible for me to come as I must keep the baby 
while the Mrs. does the housework. When the baby gets several years older I might 
manage to — " 

Enter Jamison and Gingrich. 

Registrar: "As I have said before, late as usual." (Pause while they find 
seats ) . 

Professor of History: "Air. Stambach. your excuse?" 

Stambach : "I keep morning watch from 8 to 9 A. AI., and feel that I derive 
more good from it than from chapel." (Awed silence). 

Professor of History (to the rest) : "What are your excuses?" 

The rest, in unison : "We Oversleep Ourselves." 

Registrar: "That's bad, very bad. Get married and have your wife call you 
earl_\-." 

Professor of History : "Well, gentlemen, let me advise you not to let this hap- 
pen again. Continuing such a course may mean serious results to your privileges as 
students. You are excused." 

Curtain. 



Act II. Time, March 31, 19 15. 
Scene 1. Office of the President. The faculty in session. 



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Professor of History: "So to conclude my remarks, Mr. President, I would 
say that it is high time that we did something. I reprimanded these men two months 
ago. As a result some of them have been frightened into attendance, but neverthe- 
less there are three, Jamison, McNelly and Stambach who have missed more than 
half of the exercises. If we allow the matter to pass unnoticed, things will become 
worse than before. These men must attend chapel or show good reason for not do- 
ing so. 

Enter Registrar, with McNelly, Jamison and Stambach. 

Registrar : "Here they are. I got 'em. Had to pull McNelly out of bed to 
bring him, though." (Looks of horror). 

President : "Be seated, gentlemen. We have called you in because we stand 
for the highest type of noble manhood and perfect womanhood. To reach such ends 
we must have co-operation of faculty and students. Co-operation spells success. Now 
we want your co-operation in the form of your attendance at chapel, etc. Now let me 
read you the rules governing chapel cuts. (Reads.) 'Any student absent five or 
more times in each two consecutive months without satisfactory excuse, is debarred 
from representing the college in athletics, or as manager, or in dramatics, or any oth- 
er way, and may at the discretion of the faculty forfeit any aid he receives from the 
college and may also be subject to suspension.' Now, what are vour excuses, men:" 

Jamison: "Well, Mr. President, on account of my heavy schedule and my abili- 
ties as an entertainer, I am kept up late at night and find it necessary to sleep late 
in order to get my beauty sleep." (Professor of Oratory smiles approvingly). 

Professor of Physics: "Well, if it helps your looks, sleep till dinner." 

President: "Mr. Stambach. your excuse?" 

Stambach: "Well, I suppose I have none. I did keep morning watch but I 
stopped when the revivals at the church were over. It was then that I lost my habit 
of attending chapel." 

Silence. All eyes turn to McNelly. 

McNelly: "Really, I've been indisposed and the doctor advised plenty of rest 
and no excitement. That's why I don't come." 

Professor of Oratory: "Poor fellow, the singing must grate on your nerves." 

President : "Just let me say to you that none of us want to do anything that will 
hurt the college, but we want to keep it growing greater and greater. Can we do it? 
We can if we will. Now you are excused, gentlemen." 

Professor of Latin : "Mr. President, I think that these men have given very 
shallow excuses. For my part I think that the person who cannot get up for chapel 
is of very little value to the school." 



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Dean of Women (earnestly) : "I can sympathize with these students who find 
it hard to get up for chapel. I think that we should consider their excuses valid, 
even though they may seem trifling. (letting- up is by no means the easiest task in 
one's life." 

Professor of Math. : "Evidently not. Especially does this seem true when we 
look at the record of chapel cuts of faculty members. Some of us would do well to 
set examples for the students to follow." 

Professor of Biology: "Now, to come down to a method of settling this mat- 
ter, I move, Air. President, that the following punishments be inflicted: That Mr. 
Jamison be debarred from the Commencement play, that Mr. Stambach be deprived 
of his duties as Librarian, and that Mr. McNelly be refused any recognition on the 
baseball field, with the understanding that if he commits another offense he will be 
expelled. 

Professor of German (quickly) : "I second the motion." 

President: "It has been moved and seconded as you have heard. Remarks?" 

Professor of Athletics: "This dare not pass. We must have McNelly on 
the baseball team. Even though he isn't much of a player; we need his talk to keep 
things moving." 

President: "The remark is well taken. We must be careful of our baseball 
season." 

Professor of Latin: "I would nut favor punishment quite as stringent as that 
proposed by the motion. Mr. Stambach is the best Librarian that I have. Without 
him the library force will be almost wholly feminine. This should not be allowed." 

President : "I think that we can arrange matters satisfactorily without the re- 
moval of Mr. Stambach." 

Professor of Oratory: "I, too, am opposed to the motion as stated. I might 
agree if it didn't include Mr. Jamison, but under such circumstances I can't. The 
commencement play will be unsuccessful without him. I have no one who could take 
the part of Hamlet. I think the punishment should be changed." 

President: "I ask that the motion be voted down. The services of these men 
are needed by their respective departments. 

Professor of Bible: "Who winds the clock chust now?" 

President: "That job is filled from last year. Any more remarks?" 

Chorus: "Question!" 

President : "Question called for all in favor, Aye." 

Professors in German and Biology: "Aye!" 

President: "All opposed. Nay." 



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Chorus: "Nay." 

President : I declare the motion lost !" 

Professor of Bible: "I move that we sentence these fellows to hard labor in 

Physics. I — as many years as it takes them to pass." 

Professor of Oratory: "I second the motion." 

President: "Remarks." 

Professors Biology and German (unison): "That's worse than the other!" 

Professor of Physics : "Have a heart. There are too many boneheads in that 
class already. Half of this year's class will have to repeat next year. I think that the 
motion should die." 

Chorus: "Question!" 

President: "The question has been called for. Those in favor signify by Aye." 

Chorus: "Aye." 

President : "Those opposed by Nay." 

Professors German, Biology and Physics: "Nay! !" 

President: "I declare the motion carried. Scentenced to Physics I. What a 
fate !" 

Curtain 
also 
Fruit. 




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LesT VTe Tor^cf 

On |arof. §. €. WHXi 

What do you think a Prof, would do, 
If a question were asked and nothing he knew? 
There is one who knows and it works O. K. 
I will tell you about it without delay. 

It's merely this — 
As I said before, don't know, can't tell you! 

In Chemistry, Math is easy enough, 
Only add and subtract plus a little bluff, 
But oft the Prof, gives up in despair. 
Fruitlessly tries his math to repair. 

But finally says — 
As I said before, don't know, can't tell you! 



But Prof's alive, now don't you fret. 
For get a wife, he did you bet. 
When asked how he would like the change, 
He answered in a tone so strange 

And smiled — 
As I said before, don't know, can't tell you! 



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2Do gou Blame Wis for 2Uugl)ing: 

At Rupp's boyishness. 

At VonBereghv's moustache. 

At the attempt Risser is making to become a man. 

At the expression on Keim's face when he sings. 

At Coonie Curry's sincerity: 

At Bill Mickey's truthfulness. 

At Steinhauer's bashfulness. 

At Shenberger's arguments. 

At the way business is sometimes conducted at the College Office. 

At Jamison's short hair. 

When Nissley and Hershey thought they were ladies' men. 

When Kleffman cracks a joke. 

When Belle Orris speaks of her future teaching. 

When Beavie wishes she were a lemon. 

When Bender tells a girl, "1 would do anything in the world for you. 

When Miss Schmidt criticizes. 

When we hear E. Suavely sing or talk. 

When Stein or Holtzinger argue in class. 

When Miss Harris gets sentimental. 

When Prof. Shenk repeats the same joke. 

When Zug throws the hammer. 

\\ hen Esther Moyer went to the grocery store for hair pins. 

When Prof. Shroyer was talking about the Jones' gasoline bicycle. 

When "Butch" Carl expresses his opinions in Education. 

When Helen Oyler told Paul Bowman she loves him. 

When Joe Hollinger is under Pauline's eyes. 

When VanSchaak got stuck up. 

When Prof. Lehman gets sore. 

\\ hen LeFever laughs. 

When Wrightstone got married. 



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jfounti tn fuse's i&oom 

OX November the ninth, the minister's sons held a burial ceremony 
on the Annville football field, where they laid to rest the preachers, 
alias, the defenders of the faith, — score, 18-0. The last song of the 
rite was, "O what a change." The sons of ministers with shining and angelic 
countenances, administered the last rites to the narrow-minded sons of Abra- 
ham. At the blow of the whistle, the sons of ministers bore down upon their 
heavier opponents, and in the words of Noah, completely swamped the preach- 
ers. The term "Ecclesiastical Policy" had no meaning when applied to the 
tribe of Abraham. John Jones, captain of the Israelites, and also the owner 
of a 1903 Model Sears, Roebuck and Co. motorcycle, became so aggravated 
that he immediately lost his football ability through the waywardness of the 
tongue and told the umpire to go to a place that begins with H and ends with 
L. It is supposed he mean a hospital, at least it is a place where he adjures 
his congregation on the Sabbath to keep away. A messenger of the faith to 
fall from grace and betray his trust before a throng of people just because he 
is on the wrong team should he tried for bigamy. Jonah with his three days 
spent in the whale's society ( even though he got some useful inside informa- 
tion), preserved his dignity to that extent to be a gentleman and would have 
thought this an ungalvanized atrocity. But this is not all. It has been ascer- 
tained lay probing committees that these preachers spent a gay night preceding 
this game, sort of a spiritual preparation, but not on bended knee, for they were 
rousting and broiling about and full of much glee, if glee is the proper name 
for a spiritual awakening. It has not been proved, but it is said that two mem- 
bers of the preachers' team were seen drinking a bottle of ginger ale. Thus 
one cannot be much surprised at the awful manner in which the children of 
Israel were slaughtered on this occasion. 



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VEX your hair gets ashamed off you unt begins to lief ymi, dat is balthetted- 
ness. Den you get ashamed off your bald bet, but you don't get rid off dat 
so soon like your hair. 

People nearly aways get hair sooner or later unt den sum lose em again. Dere 
are two kinds off hair, — domestik unt imported, unt sum peeple rear both kinds at de 
same time. Its not dat de} - vant imported hair so much, but sometimes ve must haf 
it unt sum peeple now make a reel gut bizness off balthettedness. 

Ve speak always off men gettin' balthetted, but de vay vimmen lite unt pull hair 
nowadays it ain't no wonder dey wud be balthetted too, may be dats vere most off 
de imported hair goes. 

It's a vonder ve ain't all balthetted by (lis dime. Maybe you yonder vy I said 
so sence ve ain't. Veil it is chust dis vay, de vetter changes so quwick chust now 
frum colt to hot dat in \ inter dime a man cud as veil as not get his bet scalded unt 
chust so soon vud de decorating von bis bet kum off. But dats not all. 

Vun man vunce luffed a goil unt ven he thot it vos dime to make herself his vishes 
nown, she did not dink de same as he did unt she shipped liim out. Now, de hart 
strinks are connected vid de bet un ven bis hart vos broken unt de hart strinks dis- 
connecshioned from de het unt off drop de hair from his het. Same vay vid de mar- 
ried men. 

Vunce a man vent in bathing at de seashore unt ven he kame out he vos bait unt 
he sed : "It is me so cold, I sink I must freeze mine self." But what became off his 
hair? Veil, de craps got crapped unt grabbed de hair off his het. Maybe he insulted 
de craps or somesing chust as bat. 

Von nite a man vos belt up vit a revolver unt before de batman got a chanct to 
shute at his hair he got bait. He vos scairt so bat dat bis hair schtood up schatrait 
unt chumped off. To eggsplain all dis chust rite, won wucle get nerwous prepara- 
tion. 

Von man lost his hair bekause he liffed in a cafe all de time. Chust like de fish 
in Manimos Cafe ven dey lose deir eyes unt hair. So dis man cud not use his hair to 
show, unt den it got useless unt he lost it. Mine trends diss is wery satt. dis shure 
is nossing to laff about. 

Ain't it funny de monk) s nebber get bait. Off cource dey don't luff, don't fight, 
don't lift" in cafes unt don't vash in de ocean, unt won vill clean de oders het unt don't 
look fer no pay. Chust rait tell dey get civilized unt dey will too find out vot it means 
to get halt. 

Fellers dat git bait young is canst by de goils playing vit it too much unt it drops 
off frum overwork unt de hart strinks ain't stronk enuff to holt it on his het. Spe- 
schully ven de olt man heists im off <le premeses unt his hair is scairt unt shtands 
shtrait up unt liefs him in disgust. 

Next Sebtembar dis subjek vill be discust again mil ve'll begin vere ve left off. 



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15}) the may Do ^ou Iftnoto: 

That Sponseller, Nissley and Hershey chaperoned the girls' basketball team 
at Harrisburg on February 13. 

That Curry comes late to dinner every day. 
Le his passa le temps virant; nom de plume Fever. 

That Eichelberger left his diary at ( rreencastle under the pillow. 
That there are twelve married students at L. V. C. 
That Berry came to Sunday School at Shamokin in full dress. 
That Viola Gruber gets three letters per day. 

That it costs $ . , to get out the 1915 Bizarre 

That John Jones got sick of his motorcycle shortly after he bought it. 

That Deibler is becoming a ladies' man. 

That Prof. Wanner can now pronounce "differentiation." 

Tacob Francis Shenherger. 



©ome practical Results of tbc meek of praper 

Bibles freed from dust. 

Word "Trump" fell into disusage. 

Decrease in furniture breaking. 

Trolley Company loses Saturday evening trade. 

Senior-Junior Council has easier time. 

Words of emphasis discontinued. 

1 917 elects Annual Board in peace. 

Trouser knees are worn harder. 

Purchase of more chairs for prayer meeting. 

Less cribbing. 

Makes payment of "1915" Bizarre possible. 

Prayer at breakfast and supper. 

Sin»'ing- of Doxologv at dinner. 



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CoulD 3np ©ne Unform Us 30 Co: 

Whether Yarrison ever got cross. 
Whether Miss Miller ever laughed. 
Whether the girls really retire at ten. 
Whether Prof. Derickson ever got excited. 
Whether "Jo." and Ruth ever make their beds. 
Whether Zuse ever harmed any one. 
What marking system Prof. Wanner uses. 
What time the lights go out in Greencastle. 

(We are under the impression that Campbell knows). 
Why the lady brought her baby to the Sunbury Concert without its supper 

and. furthermore, why Bender and P.arnet laughed. 
Why the "Lolly Pops" died out over the winter 'months. 
Why Prof. Shroyer comes to class so far ahead of time. 
When Evans was elected official announcer in the dining hall. 
When McNelly gets up. 

When Dando announced his engagement to Naomi. 
When Ella Mutch and Leister were not together. 
When Prof. Kirkland took a penny collection to purchase a waste basket. 



Ji3o Citle ano H3o autbor 

About one hundred years ago 

With wildernesses here. 
The man with powder in his gun 

Went out to hunt the deer. 

But now the thing is somewhat changed 
With quite a different plan, 

With powder on her face, the dear 
Goes out to hunt the man. 



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patoDp £>n " €be Hauen " 

Once upon a midnight balmy 

While I slept so sweet and calmly, 
Over a room so bright and airy, 

Where there dwells a little fairy, 
While 1 slumbered, sweetly slumbered. 

Suddenly there came a lumbering' 
As of thunder in the hall. 

But said I. 'tis croquet balls. 
Only that and nothing- more. 

Oh, distinctly 1 recall, — 

It was in the dark, dark hall, 
And each rogue a giggling loudly. 

Sought her room in roughneck floor. 
Eagerly I wished the dean, 

Visibly could then be seen. 
For from my dreams so rudely shaken — 

Anger only felt T 
For the bad, mischievous maiden, 

Who bears the name of Katie 
Here for evermore. 

And then the low muffled whisperings 

On third floor 
Thrilled me — filled me 

Willi desires often felt before. 
So that then, — to still my 

Conscience weak small voice. 
I stood repeating — 'tis those girls again. 

Who are scheming against 
Some poor grinds' peaceful dreaming, 

That it is and nothing more. 

Presently my soul grew- stronger, 

Hesitating then no longer — 
Girls! said I, truly your forgiveness I implore 

But the fact is, I was sleeping, 
And so roughly from my dreaming. 



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Was aroused by the rumbling 
Of those balls across the hall. 

That I scarcely knew where I was — 
Till 1 opened wide the door — 

'Twas darkness there and nothing more. 

Deep into that darkness peering, 

Long we stood there, wondering, fearing 
Doubting, dreaming dreams we mortals 

Often dared to dream before. 
Soon the silence about was broken. 

And the crowing gave a token 
That the cock had been mistaken, 

And took midnight for the morn. 
That conclusion then we made. 

And silently hastened on our way, 
Merely this and nothing more. 

Back into my chamber turn, 

All my fears within me burn. 
Soon I heard a rapid tapping, 

Each time louder than before. 
Surely, said I, sure there is 

'Someone at my door. 
Let me see then, who is there. 

And this mystery explore. 
Let my heart be still a moment 

And this mystery explore. 
'Tis the girls and nothing more. 

( )pen then I flung the door. 

Which afterwards 1 much deplored. 
For in stepped our stately dean 

With not a very pleasant mien. 
Not the least obeisance made she, 

Only a moment stopped and staid she; 
And then, upon my innocent shoulders, 

Laid the blame. 
Afterward I then resolved — 
Nevermore. 



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looks 15a0 ! 

What one of the citizens at Millersburg said about Paul Bachman's girl: 
"I'll bet that girl will be tickled to death for a week, for it's very seldom she 
has a fellow." 

Coat's Bigot 

Prof. Shroyer (to Miss Black) : "Do you know Miss Blough — ? 

Everybody: "Ha! Pla." (Pause). 

Prof. Shroyer: "You know association will crop out once in a while." 

l3ot Ctuite 

Evans (in astronomy) : "Professor, what was the name of that strange 
comet around here last year?" 

Zuse (intruding) : "That was an eclipse of the moon." 



Ulatber personal 

Paul Hummel (to R. Williams, who was just raising a disturbance in 
History i Quiz. (Belle Orris teacher).): "Say, Rube, don't you have any 
respect for old age?" 

J13eucr Cbougbt of Coat 

Miss Zeigler: "1 saw an Italian chicken to-day." 
Miss Daugherty: "What are they?" 
Miss Zeigler: "Guinea hens." 



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draining WMt 



atknu 

Stubbles Sours 

Shavings with Cow Juice 

Dish Water Punk and Condensed Cow 

Horse and Spuds 

Leather with Duke's Mixture Dogs and Gimlet Sauce 

Muddy Water and Sky Juice 

Light House Berries 



Miss Henry (who is Secretary of the Y. P. C. E. upon calling the roll 
at the consecration meeting came to Mr. Heintzelman's name) : Mr. Heintzel- 
man. "Lo, I am with von always." 



Margaret Miller (after receiving a slight blow on her mouth cried) 
"Oh, Mary, be careful, you know my weakest spot is my face." 



Miss Adams (in welcoming John Long after a day's absence from meals) : 
"Well, Mr. Long, were you practicing your reach on some one while you were 
gone?" 

Mr. Long: "Why, yes." Then after a moment's hesitation, added: "I 
was in Lebanon." 



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SEPTEMBER 

8 — They come in crowds, both green and ripe. 

9 — Freshmen organize, Sophs — ! Homesick girls entertained at marshmallow toast by 
Junior females. 

10 — A. M. Mary Bergdoll aids. Sophs insist that man to man is College custom. 




11 — Miss Houser blows in wearing diamond — Congratulations! Scrub Glee Club tryout post- 
poned. 

12 — Dean of Women observes Saturday A. M. study hours between 9 and 11. Y. M. C. A. 
and V. \Y. C. A. reception to new students. First football scrimmage. 

13 — Everybody goes to church, even Rummy. Dean of Women chaperones the crowd. 

14 — Symphony Orchestra serenade Prof. Wanner (but no use). Midnight Quartette on 
campus, — How green I am — Scared away by girls. 

15 — Stump speech season opens. "Pep" Evans urges girls as well as boys, who do not 
come out in suits, to come out and root. 

16 — Junior Corn Roast. 

17 — Bessie laid up all day with a sprained knuckle. 1916 Bulletin Board appears. 

18 — Dave Evans mixes it with new students, especially Miss Jenkins. 

19 — Barn burns. Fabe Stengle. Herring and Zuse dress on way to the fire. Stengle makes 
a hasty return. Why? 

20 — Miss Schmidt practices a solo two hours in the afternoon. Freshmen get rough and 
do Lebanon. 



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21 — Ernst gets a letter addressed to Mrs. Ira S. Ernst — Who is she? 

22 — At mass meeting Butterwick convinces student body that he isn't funny. New species 
of breakfast food — Biological specimens. 

23 — Football season opens. Carlisle 7. L. V. 0. Rutherford and Page go to game by taxi 
and walk back. 

24 — Sophs have (private) party in Lebanon. Freshmen girls rough-house soph girls' rooms, 
via transom. 

25— Hesse humps Dr. Gossard for 50c. 
26 — Esther Heintzelman opens chafing dish season. 

27 — Conductor to Haverstock: You talk mure than any woman 1 ever saw. 
28 — Tables in dining hall are arranged. Dean of Women wears cap and gown to classes. 
29 — Special music during dinner hour by "Macaroni Trio." 'Varsity Glee Club tryout. 
30 — Scrub Glee Club tryout. Game postponed due to wet grounds. 

OCTOBER 

1 — Kutz appears in long trousers, all other clothes being wet. Second Glee Club tryout 
for benefit of Gid Light. Many pressing engagements at Sergeant's Tailor Works. 

2 — Preliminaries to hypnotic stunt. Freshman writes letter to .Miss Colt, by medium of lost 
book — result — a date. 

3 — Miss Colt goes to Quittapahilla bridge but no Freshman. 

4 — Day of prayer for peace. Crabill gets a girl, thanks to Jaeger. Football men spend a 
day in rest. 

5 — Prof. Wanner exhibits Tango socks in chapel. 

6— On to F. & M. 

7 — First Glee Club rehearsal — Great noise. 

8 — Zuse and Sankey go to Conference. 

9 — Mass meeting. Dave diagnoses L. V. case. 

10— Lebanon Valley attend F. & M. game at Lancaster. 

11— Twelve L. V. Rums attend Mt. Joy (l'a.) Sunday School. 

12 — Tug-of-War. Fresh 3, Sophs 1. Each have parties. Soph girls stung Soph boys. 

13 — Nothin' dewin. 

14 — Reception for College Pastor. Students attend mostly for eats. 

15 — Latest love affair — VanSchaack gets stuck on chair — molasses. Sloats get in trouble 
with their relatives. 

1(5 — Paul Shannon savs its lazy to throw a kiss. 



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17 — Crabill lakes a graceful tilt on Lebanon Fair Grounds. Football men have on mud 
chains at Western Maryland game. 

18 — All pleased with new pastor. Helen Oyler unconsciously removes her hat upon enter- 
ing church. 

19 — Prof. Kirkland takes chest exercises in chapel at pipe organ. John Long horrifies Miss 
Adams by demonstrating his reach (around) at the dinner table. 

20 — Kutz breaks clippers on McNelly's head. 

21 — Miss Orris gets third lot of proofs from Blazier. Star Course chart open for business. 
Sally first customer. 

22 — Ruth Heffelman begs pardon of Rutherford for calling him a gentleman. 

23 — Dave Basehore presents a brand new megaphone to the Athletic Association. 

2-1 — Star Course. Jakie Shenberger announces his willingness to accept a date. Hartz and 
Fink attack Palmyra. 

25 — Lefever airs his views on woman suffrage. 

26 — Ruth Huber and Jo Mathias wake the whole dorm by singing: "Where the River 
Shannon Flows." 

27 — McCormick supporters attend mass meeting in Palmyra. Free lunch. Rutherford cam- 
paign manager. Jones taken for McCormick by Italians. 

28— 




29 — John and Myra sign a treaty of peace. 
30 Race and Keating clean house. 
31 — Hallowe'en party. 



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NOVEMBER 

1 — Coach Guyer's girl falls asleep in church. 

2 — Nettie Showers in Biology: "I don't like analyzing little bugs. I like larger specimens 
of humanity." 

3 — Suffragettes here. Carl Schmidt and Ed. Smith, both of '14, visit friends at L. V. Who 
was happy? 

4 — Ministers Sons challenge Ministers to football game. Tennis game by moonlight. 

S — Ministers football practice. Prof. Shroyer injured. 

6 — Clio-Kalo Joint Session. 

7 — Innerst's heart made glad by a female visitor from Dallastown. Stummys' room moved 
to ladies' dorm. 

S— Rally Day. 

9 — Star Course. Misses Adams and Schmidt and the Freshmen shine, also Walter Loser 
and Miss Boehm. 

10 — Stengle's table celebrates in honor of Viola Gruber's TXTIETH birthday. 

11 — Eats in Men's Glee Club camp, thanks to Prof, and Mrs. Sheldon. 

12 — Final Agriculture Exam — all flunk. "Hand Books" out at last. 

13 — Ladies Senior-Junior Council come to the rescue of Miss Colt. 

14 — F. & M. Rhodes carries Miss Snyder to the post office — by the arm. Football season 
closes with Muhlenburg. 

IS — Double rations due to absence of Freshmen who are planning for a banquet. Ministers 
open sermons by account of Muhlenburg game. 




16 — Exit the Bizarre. Enter the Quittapahilla. 

17 — Brenneman wins turkey at Fire Company Bazaar. Prof. Derry presents Bible to chapel 
delinquents in Biology 2. 



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18 — Kottler, R. Light and Miss Beaverson have private devotional exercises in Biology 
room at 8:45 A. M. 

19 — Stein and Holsinger wrestling match in History class. The latter wins. Miss Heintzel- 
man affected and falls from chair. Poor Stein. 

20 — Clio Anniversary. Brenny breaks up a cozy corner at the reception. 

21 — Three dialing dish parties run in competition. Misses Moyer, Heffelman and Dasher 
throw kisses at Ladies' Dorm. 

22— White. Stickell and DeHuff taken bodily to Y. M. C. A. 

23 — Sporting editor and cartoonist of the North American look us over. Third Star Course. 

24 — Van Schaack ed the Sociology class by discussing the fashions. 

25 — Thanksgiving vacation begins. Dinner? Somewhat! 

26 — Taffy-pulls, chafing dish parties, hikes, tete a tetes, etc. 

27 — Carl Suavely wears a clean collar to breakfast. There's a reason. 

2S — John Lerew 'returns to Senior Hall. 

29 — L. V. football cartoons appear in the North American. 

30 — Moovie night. Boys find a No Loafing sign in Senior Hall. 

DECEMBER 

1 — Chapel choir, new hymn books, compulsory attendance, etc., result in an overflow meet- 
ing. 

2 — Rhodes takes a spill in English 3. Gid Light conducts special French class in Ladies' 
Dorm. The 3rd floor "Hens" in Ladies' Dorm start crowing at midnight. Dean of Women 
disturbed. 

3 — Football reception and banquet. 

4— Lefever and Mary D. get tied up — by their apron strings. Dean gets parcel post pack- 
age— O RATS. 

5 — Beaverson and Dando decide to take out marriage license due to coming war tax on 
same. Soph Onion Party. 

6— Dr. Hough addresses Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. 

7 — Annual Board entertained by Miss Gruber at chafing dish party. 

8 — American String Quartette here. Tallow candles in demand in Men's Dorm, every- 
thing chaos. Corp. Snavely assisted by Prof. Shenk, gives illustrated lecture in History 2. 

9 — Glee Club has all night practice. 

10 — Clio-Philo Joint. Jake Shenberger becomes social star — Eng. Dept. 

11 — Basketball season opens by defeating Lebanon. 



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12 — Albright Glee Club Concert. Rutt laughs for first time this year. 

13 — Miss Long sends girls to Sunday School and then goes to bed. Yabe and Winter 
in town. 

14 — Yabe says "Too many old maids in America." Many blush. Some take the hint. 
See December 18th. 



X X X X ? * * * Somebody went crazy. 



16 — Bobby Hartz makes out will; mail blue with bills and Christmas remembrances. Rome 
bunch leave. Tears at depot. Miss Boehm gives Christmas party in art room. 

17 — Ministers Sons play Ministers — much cussing. 

18 — Exeunt. Miss Orris' engagement party at Steelton. 

19 — Miss Orris leaves for Dayton. 

20— Miss Orris arrives at Dayton. 

21— Miss Orris visits Bonebrake. 

22— Miss Orris still at Dayton. 

23— Ditto. 

24— Ditto 

25— Ditto 

26 — Miss Orris and Richie out to dinner. 

27— Miss Orris thinks of leaving. 

2S — But changes her mind. 

29 — Sightseeing for first time. 

3(1 — Miss Orris packs her trunk. 

31— Sheds tears all day. 

JANUARY 

1 — Farewell. Sends six cards from Pittsburgh. 

2 — Happiness. 

3 — Same here. 

4 — Edna Spessard returns wearing an engagement ring. Everyone meets everyone else at 
the train xxxxx****. 

S — Miss Orris returns. Smile! Smile! Smile! 

6 — Dave Basehore loses scalp. Prof. Kirkland falls down Library steps. 

7 — Prof. Derry takes Biology 2 on snail trip. 



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8 — Glee Club in Sunbury. Two broad faced Sunbury smiles greet Race at the train; he 
accepts. 

9 — Glee Club in Shamokin. Suit cases get all over town before finding a home. Myra 
Kiracofe entertains for first time in the parlor. 

10 — M. Long and Stengle evacuate — Pretty Pussy? Hoi}' Cats** Heintzelman wonders 
when he will become an aunt. Mickey attends church. 

11 — Glee Club leaves Deibler and Bauchman at Millersburg. 

12 — Bender goes to sleep in class. Shamokin? O. my, this is serious! Little Sloat again 
calls on his little red-headed girl. Gets in 2 A. M. 

13 — Rain. Canoeing on the campus. 

14 — Junior Play — "A Pair of Spectacles" — Hit of the year. 

IS— Nearing Exam. week. CONTEMPLATION. 

16— Everyone crams for Eng. 3 and Chem. 1. CONCENTRATION. 

17— Prof. Wanner attends church. Bad sign. SUPPLICATION. 

17 — Curfew sounds at 7:45. Francis Suavely and Miss Engle leave church. 

EXPECTATION CONSTELLATION CONGLOMERATION 

18— EXAMINATION. 

19— Chemistry 1. CONSTERNATION. 

20— Physics. INUNDATION. English 3. STRANGULATION. 

21— More LUBRICATION. 

22 — English 3. CONSOLATION meeting. John Driver lectures on War. 

23— HUMILIATION. EXPIRATION. Bellum Hades est. Miss Schmidt and Coonie 
Curry fight it out. Jakie Shenberger becomes an atheist. 

24 — Dormitory prayer meetings begin. 

25 — Concert by Frederick Martin, Basso. 

26 — Party at Water Works. English 1 and Freshmen have misunderstanding. Hollinger 
back on the old trail. 

27 — Frank Van Schaak indulges in peas and coffee a la mode. Roughneck! 

28 — Junior Play at Hershey. Curry gives quartette a rousing introduction. Von Bereghy 
smashes furniture in History 6. 

29 — March didn't know his lessons. Prepare for rain. 

30 — L. V. becomes a Christian institution. Former roughnecks stay at home from Lebanon. 

31 — Front pews filled in church. Mr. J. E. Knipp addresses joint session. 



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FEBRUARY 

1 — Eine L. V. Paar wird audi verheirated an llagerstown. De welt wird gewiss alle tag 
kleiner. Miss Adams treats her table to real Boston baked beans and brown bread. 

2 — Jamie cancels his last order of hard cider. 

3 — First coasting party. Junior boys all get hair cuts. Fresh, challenge Sophs, to an inter- 
class debate. 




5 — Race in bed, Jo Mathias' face in a sling, Pat Clark on crutches and Ruth Huber in an 
ankle brace. 

6 — Giants beat Midgets. McConel and Sponseller win the booby prize. 

7— "Billy" Sunday talks to R. Xissley and J. Long. Mackert leads Y. M. C. A. 

8 — Nettie Showers and Earl Light have a sugar lump duel. Head gears mixed up at sup- 



9 — Whitie. Delluff and Larew rescue Senior Hall when blacksmith shop burns half a 
block away. 

10 — Juniata game. Johnny Gutckunst takes silver offering between the halves. 

11 — Special rehearsal of Junior Play at Senior Hall. 

12 — Kathryn Harris gives reception to ladies' basketball team. Glee Club at York. Ques- 
tion — Why was Prof. Sheldon crabby? 

13 — Lebanon Valley College Day at the Harrisburg Orpheum. 

14 — Song Service in Jaeger's room — When you were a Tulip. Valentine day brings joy 
and candy to Myra Kiracofe. 

15 — Miss HefHeman gets laughing spell at dinner table and unintentionally violates rules of 
etiquette. Raincoats please. 

16 — Kalo masquerade. Trolley stops for the frightened Zebra. 

17 — Senior class under arrest. Jamison offers a suit for sale for $4.98 in order to pay fine. 
Al Weaver confined to his home with a tooth boil. 

18 — Prof. Grimm dissertates on "The Quick Order System of the College Book Store." 

19 — Stummy calls Kratzer a liar. Kratzer feels sick. 



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20 — Men's Dorm gets house cleaning. (V) (\V) on first prize in the shot put in the In- 
door Meet at Baltimore. 

21 — Von makes a hit with a lady on the train. Results — Von, 1 hox of candy; Lady, 0. 
Reported that house cleaning is still going on in the Men's Dorm. 

22 — Holiday. A. M. final rush in Men's Dorm. P. M. Miss Long keeps tab on the girls. 
Jamison serves refreshments. Attempted murder of Swartz and Rutherford by Crabill brings 
Sponseller to the rescue. 

23 — Oratory class takes field trip. Fink and Gollams get big business after supper! ?* If 
we weren't Christians we'd cuss. 

24 — Ursinus game. Miss R. V. Engle shines. 

25 — Home concert of Men's Glee Club. Ardent admirers and knockers take front seats. 

26 — Prof. Shenk gives fatherly advice to members of History 4 class. We can't mention 
names because some are on the calendar committee. 

27 — Georgetown Meet. Hershey concert of Men's Glee Club. 

28— Wrightstone" sings— "O. What a Change." 

MARCH 

1 — Musical recital of Junior Conservatory class. John Long shines in Plistory 4. See 
February 26. 

2 — Pauline Clark gives solo in prayer meeting, entitled, "Clinging to His Hand." Hollinger 
uneasy. Kleffman shows wit in dining hall. 

3 — Dutch Cleansers attack Men's Dorm. 

4 — Glee Club at Palmyra. Kleffman varnishes the Moor of the anteroom. 

5 — Glee Club goes to Ephrata by auto truck — And the next day it snowed. 

6 — Berr}' homeless at Ephrata. Social hour in the gym. 

7— Snowball day, much to the disfigurement of the Dorm. 

S — Miss Colt sings — "I'm Tired of Living Alone." 

9 — McConel shines at Lebanon Academy of Music, poor Hully away from home. 

10 — Mrs. Jones — Suffragette speaks in chapel. Prof. Kirkland convinced. Dave Evans gets 
specks. 

11—7:30 A. M.. Jamison gets check for $100. 7:30 P. M„ Jamison sick on the stomach. 

12 — Miss Adams calls down Young Suavely for moving too fast in the dining hall, point 
well taken! 

13 — Jami purchases cider and comes to supper in a happy frame of mind. 

14 — Crabill conducts visitor over campus; for particulars see Bechtel. 

15 — Bill Isaacs gets in at 7:30 A. M. Explanations in order. Mason Long spills his plate 
in Miss Adam's lap. 



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16—7 A. M., Gonder rises. 7:05, Gonder at breakfast table. 7:0S]. 2 . Gonder ties his tie. 

17 — St. Patrick's Party. Jakie Shenberger biggest liar. Open house at Senior Hall and La- 
dies' Dorm. 

18 — "Butch" Carl elucidates in Education on the Ethnological and Psychological inherent in- 
stincts predominating the cerebellical growth. The discourse resembled the topic somewhat. 

19 — Glee Club at Chambersburg. Shonk gets in wrong house on the way home after the re- 
ception — seems strange! 

20 — Glee Club taken to jail. While giving good-bye to the prisoners. Rev. Lutz makes the 
mistake of shaking Reber's hand. Southwick reads "Julius Caesar." 

21 — Boys stranded in Blue Ridge Mountains (See Earl Light). If you don't believe "There's 
no place like Home," ask Keim. 

22 — Kleffman, Campbell and Berry lug a piano up two flights ©f stairs — strong as limberger. 

2.3 — Eurydice Club gives home concert. Shenberger shines, also "Peg" Myers. 

24 — Shaud excused from Geology for raising rough-house. 

25 — "Bob" Hartz spills a bottle of perfume on his hair. Prof. Grimm annoyed. 

26 — The limpers club organizes — crutches, canes and bedroom slippers in demand 

27 — Party given in honor of Hope Renn. 

28 — Evans falls in the water trough on Gravel Hill. Refreshments served at V. Earl Light's 
country home. 

29 — English 3 exam. Every one cusses Shakespeare for ever having lived. 

30 — Rhodes advertises his date for the Star Course on April 14. 

31 — Brown leaves for his vacation and for Harrisburg carrying Miss Harris' suitcase. 

VACATION BEGINS. 

APRIL 

1 — Isaacs eats a box of April Fool candy and doesn't know the difference. Ed. Smith 
home for vacation. 

2 — Whitey gets the mumps. Dave Evans keeps sh3' — for HER sake. 

3 — Baseball season opens by defeating Mercersburg. Miss Hertzler leaves for home. 

4 — -Misses Taylorheberlig, Beaverson, and Mr. Bowman still here. 

5 — Mickey at work on his Junior Oration. 

6 — Yarrison leaves dining hall with six eggs in his pocket. Jakie smashes two of them. 
Results. 

7 — Scrap. Scrap. Scrap. But we won't say who. 

8 — Van Schaak formally swears in Heintzelman as Editor of the College News. 

9 — Heinie writes eight editorials for News, to be used before the end of school. Glee Club 
gives concert in Masonic Home at Elizabethtown, Pa. 



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10 — Glee Club ends season at Alt. Joy, Pa. Shonk and the Longs show their ability by hur- 
rying off after concert with eight girls. 

11 — Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. joint session. 

12 — Lefever arrested for disturbing the peace with his horse laugh. 

13 — 6:30 A, M., Air. Leister and Miss Mutch study birds through the former's nature study 
glasses. 7:30 A. M., post office time. Nuf sed. 12:30 P. M.. the same. Maurice and Ella spend 
the afternoon in search of Biology specimens. 5:30 to 8:00 P. M., Him & Her study Astronomy 
by moonlight. 

14 — Star Course. The Recital Artists. 

15 — Prohibition League gives smoker in honor of Daudo. 

16 — Kalo anniversary. 

17 — Stine comes to class with bis hair all mussed up. Refuses to speak on the subject. 

18 — Little Sloat smokes bis first cigar. 

19 — Holsinger has spring fever. At home all day with Wholesinger, Jr. 

20 — Nothing in particular happened. All 1 saw was a robin sitting on the windowsill, once 
while I was awake. 

21 — Curry sleeps and snores in class — as usual. 

22 — Aliss Adams states confidentially that she attends church because its compulsory. 

23 — Cheer up. Only live more weeks till vacation. 

2-1 — Frank Van and Dando training bard for the Inter-class Marathon. 

25 — Eggs for breakfast. Wring its neck! 

26 — Misses R. V. Engle, Orris. Dubble, Spessard and Houser meet in special session to act 
on names of applicants for membership. 

27 — Hank Morrison and Tommy Foltz have Jewish wrestling match. Score, Hank 3 cents, 
Tommy 9 cents. Inter-class Track Meet. 

28, 29, 30 — We Ye tired of this business. We ain't gonna keep a diary any more. 




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In Conclusion 




OL* have looked over this, the Annual of the 1916 class. Now, 
teachers, students and friends, — please -follow the course of 
least resistance and file your criticisms with the Annual Board 
as soon as possible. We hope that many will adhere to this old custom. 

If you are liberal with your suggestions, it will be due, we doubt not, 
to the fact that you are versed on all the details and technicalities asso- 
ciated with the getting out of this book. Of course we know you could 
have done much better — that is understood, so you need not hesitate to 
pass judgment, and remember in case there are two. alternatives in punc- 
tuation, grammatical construction, etc., you are under obligation to up- 
hold the one we did not adopt. 

Taking into consideration, however, that the psychological mental 
apparatuses of individuals are so unmistakably similar; and that tastes 
of all persons run in the same channel ; we are sure that this book will 
meet with your approval. 

Editors. 



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Title Page - 

Cut of Class Pin 

Forward Poem 

Dedication 

Picture A. S. Kreider 

History of Life 

Quittapahilla 

Annual Board 

Annual Board Pictures 

Poem 1914 (Entrance) - 

1914 Entrance 

Board of Trustees 

Gossard's Article 

Divisions 

Sketch. "The Source" 

Faculty - 

Sketch, "The Stream" 

Poem on "The Stream" 

Senior Class 

Junior Class 

Sophomore Class 

Cut of Senior Mall 

Freshman Class 

Academy 

Conservatory 

Oratory - 

Art - 

Senior-Junior Council - 

College Xews Staff 

Sketch, "Tributaries" 

Poem on the Tributaries 

Alumni Association 

Y. W. C. A. 

Y. M. C. A. - 

Ministerium 

White Shield Staff - 



1 White Cross Staff 

2 Prohibition League 

3 Ministers Sons - 

4 Math. Round Table 

5 Eurydice Club - 
7 Men's Glee Club 

8-11 Chapel Choir 

12 Clinonian Society - 

13 Kalozetean Society 

14 Philokosmian Society 

15 Ladies' Aid Society 

16 Land Marks 

1" Commencement Programs 

18 Clio Anniversary Program 

19 Kalo Anniversary Program 

- 20-30 Philo Anniversary Program 

31 Ladies' Aid Society Program - 

32 May Day Pictures - 

33-44 Eurydice Club (Home Concert) 

- 45-94 Men's Glee Club (Home Concert) 
95-99 Inter-Class Debate 

- 100 Sketch of Cross 
101-106 Sketch of Whirlpool 
107-110 Poem on Whirlpool 
111-113 Athletics 

114-116 Sketch of Ripples ■ 

117-118 Poem on Ripples 

119 New Song 

120 Poem. "A Call to Duty" 
- 121 The Hand of Fate 

122 Group Snapshots 

123 Parody on "The Raven" 

124 Sketch, Different Types of Students 

125 A Line A Day 

126 Sketch on End - 
127 



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He advertised for twenty years — 

Result — got what he advertised for. 

These men will advertise next year; 

If they get what they advertised for this year. 

Patronize them at once ! 



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