(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Quittapahilla"

11 



Digitized by tine Internet Arcinive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/quittapahilla1924leba 



AutniirapltB 



i^li 



V 






r 







..- ? 5 









y::.^;-w>:;;>:^-'a>^y:>'Xr^^".^v 



■/ 



c 



i^'i 



■'u_^ 



jF r ^ lit g r & 

abr Class of 1924 takrs great 

^ilrasurf itt prrsrntittg tn unu. 

grnllr rra&rr, this unlumr of 

thr (Ouitta;iabtUa. 

Sn prrsrnting this issur lift aim has 
brrn tuu^fnl^. VBe haur trtr^ tn rrrorft 
aH faithfulhi as ;iiiHHiblr thr farta 
anil riirntH ai thr jirar. that jiuu 
mail Bvc mbat has bcrn arrompltHhriJ 
in thr rlaasmom. tbr uriianijation 
balls an& thr athlrtir firlb. Sir haur 
alan triri to rollrrt thr Irss arrinna 
inriilrntB nf rnllrgr lifr mhirb mill 
inrrraar in ualur aa nnr rullrgr 
mrmnrira bfrnmr lu^l^^n mrmnrirs. 
ilf in jinnr ratimatinn mr haur fallrn 
ahnrt nf tbr rnnfii^rnrr lunt hanr in- 
trnatri^ in na. mail jinn trmprr your 
iniiginrnt mith a grariuna arrrptanrr 
nf nur hnman frailnraa. ISitli a 
prarr nf min^ that rnmra frniii bnnrat 
rffnrt. anh a rlrar rnnarirnrr, mr 
;irrarnt tbia unlnmr rnntBrnt that it 
mill makr Urarrr ijnnr frirnftabipa 
anfi Btrrnnthrn ijnnr luur fnr nur 
Alma iHatrr. 

1324 (|?«ttta;iabiUa 




Paffe Four 



\-> 





ulhr (Unllrrir 
JFantltij 

(IlaBHCH 

(DrganiEatinnH 
iCitrrarij 
SrliginuB 

AthlrtirH 

Huninr 

ulljr (Calmriar 




-JWafj3-*=aisl -; - 



Page Fi-ve 




Jill Hiiurrrat apprrriatiuii nf hiH 
itiiBPlfiBh rffnrta l^mar^ a lirttrr 
ICpbauim THallrii (iullryr. a^^ 
litH kittft iiitrrrat in tlir uirlfarr 
uf tlir HtuhrntB, ti\ia imlumr nf 
tlip (pitittapahilla ie rrsppttfitllii 
^^^irat^Jl. 



Page Six 



U 



U 



p 







(riirtHtian iS. (Siimrirli 



rp 



Page Seven 



,ML! 



11, 






: 




■, 




u-- 



Cllir i>onr( nf tbr (l^intlt? 



Hark! ISilliin my eparkliiig ^rpthB 

IGtr Btnrirs long mitnlft, 
(@f fiiutthful ln^i^■i luith luirniBlirft skin 

Anil luarrtorH braur au^ bnl^. 

All thrar haur Imig atiirr pnssrft nuiaii. 

Slirtr talra 3 nnhj kmmt. 
iThr talrs of Inur. tlir hunt alI^ mar. 

CThrtj tnl^ mr lnu« agu. 

©tbrrs baur rumr Hinrr tlirij hatir gnm". 

A tribr i\ lung tu iirr. 
illir iirarrat friru^H J'lir rurr lia^. 

©Iff BtufirntH of iC. B. (C. 

iBigmams baur rhaltgr^ la maBBtur ballB, 

CEmtiiril firrs arr tin morr. 
Sut lifr rrmaiuB anii ia Ibr aamr. 

Aa in tbuar ^atIa nf jinrr. 

Ulirn tbr Iniig. lung \\m\ ia nurr. 

Anfi Bhaitra nf rurutug fall, 
(ibrg galhrr in tbr tmiltgbt. 

J)u anamrr tn mij rail. 

Anil tbrji trll mr all thrir trnublra. 

-DniiB. anrrnma. toil an^ rarr. 
iTluiB thrji trll mr nf tbrtr rnllrgr. 

An^ all that ia fnnn^ thrrr. 



Piii/e Eight 



-J 



.^::: 



--•„.::::!• -".■■i"j^i!:c';»,affi'.>i.. 







A^lntuuitrc^ttllu u!uil^im^ 



Itlitliiu tlirsr malls tlir rliirfi; aiisruiblrii. 

(Trarh hailii uiithnut fail, 
alir CCrafls unit ArlH. that liraiirii niaii Irani 

iKmiuilrftitr nf tlir iiiilnnkni trail. 



■; ^: n 






ti^ 



P/itfe Nine 



I / 



n 



/ 




(Emiarntutoru 



BrptljB nf ?faturr flnut fnrtli rirutltj, 
(!9n tljr aihirrit Humthfi. 

Atl^ thrii flrriii tn brar tbr npirit 
an MappH Hitnttng (Srnun^B. 



\ .'1. 



■ :: '.'r,;:>T;.«cv!.fj;K-i;r::' 



■■-«S!«'.«Yi?»5rec- 






Puge Ten 



—■^ — f ) ■-.; 



'^iA.!^^— 



n 



V, '1 




(Cluurh 



Hprp thrji uinrBl)i}i tl^at (irrat Spirit. 

($iiarftian nf rorrii thinii 
iflabrr. iKrr).irr. (Srarimis jrathrr. 

^auinr. JJriurr, Snrii an^ iKiiig. 



ni^ms&taa'enotm 



f/'-^' 



''L'W 



f. 

Page Eleven 



n Si 





n 



iCiln-arii 



^nrrliuirntii trll tlirir UTl1tl^rmIs^ iitnrirB. 

ODf lutrnrr, hmr au^ uuir. 
®f all tluuir tliinuii mliirb arr tn nnnr. 

AuJi all that mrnt brfnrr. 



-iC^-'f 



Faqc T-aetve 



y^j,.M. f v" 






^J 



^u-<=»-' 








(6trli5 Durmtturii 



Hrrr m^lt^rni; Hprnii thrir Irisitrr hiutrB 

IDurkiuu, plaiiiiut, ftrramtng. 
JTill rurninri riimrH mbrit tbry atral tu mij aiilp 

Jitt tbr liiiht uf Ihr full uuuiu liraniiim. 




rajaa.TWMazrri^irirrA'o'K.i.v" 



; r- 



Page Thirteen 



I r 



--Jwra«Stecr«Kn'jrtf 



'i E 




Ma^s iormitory 



tJmttliH uf all tribrH aHlirml^l^^ lirrr. 

jFrum thr ruHt an^ frnin tbr uirat. 
3ln a lifr of laughtpr anb uiork a^^ fun. 

CSrrat klu^UIlp^l^^ la tlirir (Jjurat. 



a) ; 



' e 



Paue Fuurtffti 



K.J~J~ 



f r 




.11 



g-mtth Hall 



(Ol^rHt nf all thrar rlaHflir IuiUh 

ill! tbiB ImirlirHt uillai-ir tlirii luiii. 

Hrrr tuo. Jiuirll rarrfrrr yirls fnr a timr. 
iErp thry atry tntn life'a lung fray. 



Piiffe FijtPt'it 



i fi 



^a.- 






l.-.« 



.^i''i1« 













wot:: ■ - - — .-Sffisi~,T5i:-w/:- 



■X'aitylit l^aur 3J sr ru of tlirsr atnrirb halls. 

iFiir 3 xitanJirr far frnm tl|Ptr biJip. 
^iil tlir fit^^rulH trll inr nf all thpii Jiu. 

Ab thru lUitbrr at rllruti^r. 



I'aflc Sixleen 



■^. 



r 1? 



rtu:: ■i>ATnvsKi;i;ii:-^iy-';'^' 



M 


B 




Jin thr ftrfit S'^irinri ^alIs. rrr thr trrrsi arr yrrrit. 

illirii uialk rliiBr bij mu si^r. 
(!9r Hit gazing intu ntii sparkUng &rythB. 

Shat arr rlrar an^ bve\i anb luiiir. 



J. Lu«:^:wr«jc;sy.^k';i - 



<;^ -J- 



',_/ ,.;r-:- -t;^ ,^~5x, (_,; 



Prt^*" Seventeen 



t s 



-f-^ 







®r tl]ry Btau^ mi thr llrt^y^ that liiyb alimir 
Ciitiku ^lnm^ nn thr mill mhrrlH J turn. 

(§K thf yrrmlanb banks an ^^ry anil rnol 
Ail muHB. an& fliunrr anb frrn. 



Paffe F.i'jliteelt 











alinj uialU lK^u^ in Imnh hij my luatrrB r^l^r. 

Anil iiiliiB).irr thrir mutual hiur. 
Slliru tlir air is ritill ani^ tbr night birfts rail. 

iniiilr tbr uuidu saile birth abuuf. 



■■'Q''.-'?^ U 



Page Nineteen 



-i-^- 



y 



? ... ., i 



I \ I 



'^^vaHfvBniCx*' 



^JJ 



T- 




lilljrit fiitmmrrtimr. inillj ita thrulibiuiT aim, 
aitnia rirli hitra tn a ^^Urr alinii, 

3 lirar nn imirr tluiar fiilka bij uiji aihr, 
Au^ 'A kmnu nut lulirrr thru mi. 






Page Tnxfniy 



■r'-aBo'jcssSiKi 



"C^A^ -'" 




ff p 



" . 


1 


* 



^y 



Items' ^^a 




;? 



W'^s. ...•■-■ 










Sitt uilirit aittmim rnnirs. all nlll^ cu^^ rr^, 
illirji nathrr nniiiil iiir mirr iimrr. 

S'liftUi tlirii lUi^r in Ihrir liirrli raiiurH, 
Aiuaji frniii tin- arasHji bIuut. 




watr.v';<>s jj)mwuMM iiwi g ! » rji Tw- . 



C- 



~^ 



»J 



-W 



: stPin-r^ini^*ii'4M«^*;N;ii-^iXUfa- '^^ 



Pflc/f Tiventy-one 



w 




a 






.-t'yy'iv '.' s 



C 



;:^ij:.' 



-CM? 







Z^-^ 



alir limy aftrrmuine a^Jrr^ Hutiftlij Ini 
Afi Jl mrcuir nniitti thrm mu isprll. 

Knh thr tnlra 3 mhisprr anftlu tn tljrui. 
3iin uuirtal man ran trll. 



Pat/c Ticenty-Two 



,er>" j '.-,-,. 




iThnt unntrr brinpB his rul^ anil Biinui 

Anfi uiitb rhaitiB nf irr baibs nir fast. 

Up etillB Ihr amiy that 3 fain ulnnl^ Binu 
JTill Bprtna arta mr frrr at laat. 



■ -'.:..i-.Viirain;!;L';::r.'jnv •.'-.!.• --'J 
Paffe Tiventy-tliree 



jsajsaavuaassw: 



• ^^^:sK!7ess!sxKaafr 



s, J 




Anil IbuB nuh jiriir Iraiia im tn tlir nr.vt. 

Ab J) flmit frnm sprinHlrt tn thr Br;i. 
§'u (Snti ixu'ihc thrir liarks tn thr Bra of S'lirrrsB, 

iThrBr Btit^nilB nf 9J. II. tC. 



.. 4 



■.issnsMKaajr.T 



/'«//f Tiirnly-four "^"'^'L.l^ 



.■.>■-' 






D " 



I 





mmjiriirahbit 



I'aije T-iventy-five 



\^) 



J 




. ] I 



Dr. (Srurrtr Danirl (IJiiHHiirft 



Page T-^veiity-six 



n 




•( 



'I'lli' Wiil'ld Herds men :illi| Wdllirii wild :\rr ■,\\>\r t(i lllillk tllilius tlll'(illL;il :illil 
liriiit;- tliiiiiis til pass. 'Slfti w lui can think, and will, and i .M'inlf, air at a 
])ri'niinni in lliesi- days of (■(iiii|di'.\ indnsliial cundit inns. 

With national jralousics so kern and powerfid. with sv i ct IreiMes and |iol- 
ieies linilt on seltishin'ss ami uni;'oilly andiit ions, with imlividnals :':id mi^ht\ eoi-- 
]Mii'alions in many places stri\ini;- to I'isc that tlii'x may control men anil nations, 
with nations at each othef's tlifoats. well may we ask. 'Who is aMc to Ici'd to 
safe and sane foninlat ions t'oi- all .' ' m- 'What shall t he end ot' these I hiiics he .'" 

Ffiiiil evei'y walk of life tliefe mnst come Icadefs who ■'Luxe what (iod lo\es 
and hate what (iod hates:" men who thiid< clcaily. act fearlessly, wni'k rieht- 
eonsly ; men 'whose heai'ts (Iod has toiicheil." 

'I'hc ('hfistian ('olleec and the (■|iristiaii ( IiimtIi must pioduce such men. 
These are "the salt of the earth." "the liciit of the world." 

'Phis is the oppoi-tiinity and pri\ileee oi' the ('hristian ('olleee and the oli- 
ligation of the ('hristian (hiirch. Will these aiiept the challeni;e .' 

(1. I). COSSAK'I). 

i'n'suleiit Lchanon \'alle\ ( 'olleS'e. 



}^ 



', .) 



ro 



Pnijr Ti-cnty-seven 



« .^ 



iFarultij 



GEORGE DANIEL GOSSARD 

Prrsi(]( lit of Lihanon Valhi/ CoUefir. 

West Virginia Normal and Classical 

Academy, 1S90. 
A.B. Otterbein University, 1S92. 
B.D.Union Biblical Seminary, 1S96. 
D.D. Lebanon Valley College, 1910. 



JOIIX E. LEmfAX 

Professor of Mutln mafii s and As- 
fro)ioiii!j. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1S74. 
A.^L Lebanon Valley College, 1S77. 
Special work at Ohio University, 

1S91; Cornell University, 1892. 
Sc.D. Lebanon Valley College, 191.'5. 



ja:\ies t. spaxgler 

Professor <if (!ri(k. Bihh mid Ei- 
lif/ioiis Eduratio)!. 

A.B.Lebanon Valley College, 1S90. 
B.D.Union Biblical Seminary, 1894. 
A.M. Lebanon Valley College, 1898. 
Instructor in Ecclesiastical History, 

Union Biblical Seminary, 1892, 93. 
D.D. Findlay College, Findlay, Ohio, 

1907. 



SAMUEL IL DKRICKSOX 

Professor of Jlinlni/nal Seieuees, 

B.S. Lebanon Valley College, 1902. 

Graduate Student, John Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1902-1903. 

M.S. Lebanon Valley College, 1903. 

Land Zoologist, Bahama Expedition, 
Baltimore Geographical Society, 
1904. 

Director, collection ot Eocene and 
Miocene fossils for Vassar College, 
summer 1908. 

Student, :\Iarine Biology, Bermuda, 
summei', 1909; Tropical Botanical 
Garden.^, Jamaica, summer. 1910: 
Brooklyn Institute ot Arts and Sci- 
ences, summer, 1911. 



HIRAM H. SHEXK 

Professor of Historij. 

A.B. Ursinus College, 1S99. 

A.M. Lebanon Valley College, 1900. 

Summer term at University of Wis- 
consin. 

Custodian of Public Records, Penn- 
sylvania State Library. 1916 — 

Instructor in Y. M. C. A. Summer 
Schools, Blue Ridge, N. C. 191G- 
1920, Silver Bay, 1918, and Lake 

Geneva, 1921. 

Educational Secretary, Army Y. M. 
C. A., Camp Travis, 1917-1918. 

AXDREAV RKXDP^R 

Professor of Clu inistr}/. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1906. 

Ph.D. Columbia University, 1914. 

Instructor in Analytical Chemistry, 
Columbia University, 1912-1914. 

In Industrial Chemistry. 1914-1921. 

Chief Chemist, Aetna Explosives 
Company: Chemical Director. Brit- 
ish American Chemical Company: 
Director of Control Laboratory. 
The Barrett Company. 

SAMUEL (.). GRLMM 

Registrar mid P.rofessor of T'ln/sies. 

Millersville State Xormal School, 

1907. 
Pd.B. Millersville Xormal, 190 9. 
A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1912. 
Columbia University, summers 1913- 

1917. 
A.M. Lebanon Valley College, 1916. 

C11RISTL\X R. GIXGRICH 

Professor eif Peitifieiil Seiene<s and 
Eeonomics. 

A.B. Franklin and Marshall College, 
1911. 

Principal of High School, Alexan- 
dria, Pa., 1911-1912; 



Page T^^i'ejity-fighi "^ — 



C 



<_ 




>> 



Sf 



(J^ 



■"^ J\ 






Page Tiventy-nine 



! r 



(I ■ 



Llnglestown. Pa.. 1912-1913. 

LL.B. University ot Pennsylvania 

Law School, 1916. 
Member of the Lebanon County Law 

Bar and the Pennsylvania Supreme 

Court Bar. 

.AIRS. MAPvV <■. (4HEP:X 

I iistnictiir in Fnncli and Dean of 
Women. 

New York Conservatory, 189 6. 9 7. 

Studv and travel Berlin. 1900-1901: 
Paris 1901-1909: 1911-1914: Flo- 
rence 1909-1910: Johannesburg. 
South Africa, 1910-'ll. 

THOMAS IIAYARD HEATTY 

Professor of Ene/Ush. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1905. 
A.M. Columbia University, 1920. 
Student. Curry School of Expression. 

summers 1908. 1909. 
Principal of Schools. Red Lion. Pa.. 

1914-1916. 
Professor. Design School, Carnegie 

Institute of Technology. 

PAUL S. WAGXER 

Professor of Mathematies. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1917. 

Military Service. 1918, 1919. 

Graduate work, John Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1919, 1920. 

Columbia University. summer of 
1921. 

ROBERT R. BUTTERWICK 

Profissar of PJiUosopIn/ and Editea- 
tion. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College. 1901. 
A.M. Lebanon Valley College, 1904. 
B.D. Bonelirake Tlieological Semin- 
ary, 1905. 
D.D. Lebanon Valley College. 1910. 
Twenty-six years in the Ministry. 

ELMER R. HOKE 

Professor of Edueation and Psi/- 
eiiology. 

A.B. Franklin and :\Iarshall College. 
1913. 



A.M. Franklin and Marsliall College. 
1914. 

B.D. Theological Seminary of the 
Reformed Church, 1917. 

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Universitv. 
1922. 

Professor of Education and Psychol- 
ogy. Hood College. 1920-1922. 

Author, The Jleasurentent rjf Acliieve- 
iiieiit ill Shorthdiid. 

Johns Hopkins University Press. 



HAROLD BEXXETT 

T'rofi ssor of Lafin. 

B.A. Victoria College. Universitv of 
Toronto, 1915. 

Ph.D. University of Chicago. 1921. 

Fellow in Latin. Universitv of Chi- 
cago, 1919-1921. 

Acting Professor of Latin and Greek. 
College of Charleston. Charleston. 
S. C, 1921-1922. 



ETHEL :\L\RV BEXXETT 

Aeting Professor of En neli Litera- 
ture. 

B.A. Victoria College, Universitv ot 
Toronto, 1915. 

In charge of Modern Language De- 
partment, Ontario Ladies' College. 
Whitby. Ontario, 1915-1919. 

Tutor in French and German, Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 1920-1921. 

LUCY S. SELTZER 

Professor of German. Assistant in 
English Dept. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College, 1910. 

A.M.Columbia University, 1916. 

Professor of German Language. Leb- 
anon Valley College, 1910-1915: 
1916-1918. 

HELEX ETHEL MEYERS 

Librarian and Assistant in Eue/Iish 
Dept. 

A.B. Lebanon Valley College. 1907. 

Drexel Institute Library School, 
1908. 

University of Chicago Library. 

Librarian of the Lancaster City Li- 
brary, 1912-1921. 



t> ^ 



Page Thirty 



\LKr-^ 



1. E. KTMv 

College Pastor. 

B.S. Lebanon Valley College. 1S99. 
B.D. Bonebrake Theologieal Semin- 
ary, 1903. 
A.B. Lebanon Valley College. 1903. 
A.M. Lebanon Valley College, 1904. 
D.D. Lebanon Valley College, 1913. 

.TOTIAXX M. RI-OSE 

l)lri(hir (if till Ciiiisi rriiti,'\ii nf Mu- 
sic. 

Waynesbnrg College, having com- 
pleted the work in composition 
and orchestration required at Ox- 
ford, England, leading to the doc- 
tor's degree. 

Studied Piano. Organ. \'ioliii. Tlieory 
and Composition with the most 
distinguished teachers of America 
and Europe. 

Creator of educational and concert 
works including the following; 
Manual Elements of Phrasing. 
Eclectic Course of Graded Studies. 
Practical Piano Pedagogy. "The 
Soul of the Piano," Cantatas and 
Masses, Church anthems, and nu- 
merous program pieces for Piano. 
Violin and Piano, Organ, etc. 

SIR EDWARD liAXTKR I'KKIv'V 
Pviifissiir nf I'liniofiiiii . I iili rpri tii- 
tiini 1111(1 At still tiis nf .Music. 

University of Berlin, three years. 

Polytechnic School, Stuttgart, two 
years. 

Teaching. Oberlin Conservatory of 
Music, two years. 

Musical Director at Woman's Col- 
lege, Montgomery, Alabama, three 
and one-half years. 

Visiting Director of several conserva- 
tories in the West and South, six 
years. 

Concert Pianist in I'nited States and 
leading Musical Centers of Eu- 
rope ( received Knighthood with 
the title of "Chevalier de Melu- 
sine" from the Prince Guy de Lu- 
signan. Grand Master of the Or- 
der of Mel"isine. in Paris). 

Originator of the Lecture Kecital. 



li. I'OKTKK ( .\.\li'l;|-:i.L 

Priifissnr nf On/iiii, I'luim ami His- 
Inrij nf M iisic. 

Mus. B. Lebanon \';illev College. 
1916. 



FRANK F. 1F\I;D.\IA.\ 

I nici l>i jiiiii nil III. 

-Mus.B. Lebanon Vallev College, 

190.S. 

Head of \'oice Department. Mer- 

cersburg Academy. 19iri-191S. 
Summer course. Cornell. i:il9. 
Director of Pennsylvania College of 

Music. Meadville, Pa.. 1920-1922. 



IlKXRV I-. WILDKR 

l-'nnllilllt ('nil, li . 

.A..B. Lebanon \'alley College, 190S. 
B.S. Dickinson College. 1909. 
A.M. Columbia I'niversity. 1915. 

•lo.'^Ki'M i\ ii()i.i.LX(;i:i; 

riii/siciit Ihriclnr mid ('muli i ii Bas 
i.cfl,alt. 

A.B. Lebanon \':illpy Collcgf., 1916. 

CII.VRI.KS KFI.CIIXKU 

liiisi hall ( 'niicli . 

Ph.B. Lafayette College. 1.S9S. 
A.M. Lafayette Collt-ge. 19(il. 

ALBERT l;.\i;XII.\|{T 

Aijilit nf till Finn nil t 'nin initti C. 

GLADYS M. FLXCIL 

Sccritanj to Rrijistrar. 

MVirnK DAF(inKRTV 

Off ill Si en fiiri/. 



Page Thirty-one 



n n 




loarii of o^ruatp^B 



I 



OFFICERS 

President A. S. Kreider 

Vice-President E.N. Funlvliouser 

Secretary-Treasurer S. H. Derickson 

REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE 

A. B. Station Hagerstown, Md. 1922 

P. R. Koontz Mechanicsburg, Pa. 1922 

L. W. Lutz Baltimore, Md. 1922 

E. N. Funliliouser Dayton, Oliio. 19 23 

W. M. Beattie Keedysville, Md. 1923 

Henry Wolfe Mt. Wolfe, Pa. 1923 

\Vm. F. McFaul Baltimore, Md. 1923 

A. N. Horn York, Pa. 1923 

F. B. Plummer Hagerstown, Md. 1924 

J. S. Kleffman Baltimore, Md. 1924 

M. R. Fleming Red Lion, Pa. 1924 

C. C. Yeatts York, Pennsylvania. 1924 

REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE EAST PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE 

S. C. Enck Philadelphia, Pa. 1922 

E. C. Burtner Palmyra, Pa. 1922 

P. H. Gibble Baltimore, Md, 1922 

H. E. Miller •■ Lebanon, Pa. 1923 

S. E. Rupp Harrisburg, Pa. 1923 

I. M. Hershey Meyerstown, Pa. 1923 

J. R. Snyder Avon, Pa. 1924 

J. R. Engle Palmyra, Pa. 1924 

A. S. Kreider Annville, Pa. 1924 

J. A, Lyter Harrisburg, Pa. 1924 

C. F. Rupp Harrisburg, Pa. 1924 

REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE VIRGINIA CONFERENCE 

A. S. Hammack Dayton, Ohio. 1922 

A. J. Sechrist Churrhville, Va. 1923 

J. N. Fries Berkley Springs, W, Va. 1923 

W. F. Gruver Martinsbnrg, W. Va. 1923 

Elmer Hodges Winchester, Va. 1924 

J. H. Brunck Berkley Springs, W. Va. 1924 

ALUMNI TRUSTEES 

H. H. Baish Harrisburg, Pa. 1924 

I. E. Runk Annville, Pa. 1923 

A. K. Mills Annville. Pa. 1924 

TRUSTEES AT LARGE 

Harry A. Thomas Columbus, Ohio 

A, H. Coc'iram Dawson, Pa. 

J, E. Gipple Harrisburg, Pa. 

C. M. Coover Annville, Pa. 

Jack L. Straub Lancaster, Pa. 



Paffe T/iiriy-!iLo 



'i~^J 



I! n 




Lr" 



, U 



Page Thirty-three 






f I 




Page Thirty-four 



5r^5^i^"L=n .:^:r-: 



i^J) ^aJ^ ^ J' 



^ a 



^*'^^ "■ i iiHrf^"''f ^-i^it^ nil''" k 



' .^A 







.'-■ r 



■li:':u :,/':--. 




<:'^-'';>r 



iV'^^vJ--'^-i^-f^:<j''i:j'-v'F!'-:'^^--;.;;-;^ 






Pa,<7c Thirty-five 



11 I 



■-C^Vt .r- 



(ElaHB Df 1923 

MOTTO 
"Leaders, not followers" 

COLORS FLOWER 

Blue aud White Cosmos 

OFFICERS 

First Semester 

President Guy D. Faust 

Vice-PresieJeiit Delia M. Herr 

Secretarii Mary F. Heister 

Treasurer Heber R. iluteli 

Seeonel Semester 

Presi(h lit Ralph E. Boyer 

Vice-Presielcnt Frances JL Durbin 

Secretary Agues F. Merchitis 

Treasurer Lester R. AYilliard 

YEIvL 

Rippa-rappa-zippa-zappa 

L.— v.— C. 
Pazuzzi-katutz — Katntz-pazuzzi 

1—9—2—3. 



JL- 



Page Thirty-six 



(J- 



~v 



^ruinr (Elaaa Bistorg 




^ifE fourscore lads aud lasses of high type and fine calilu't' met 
at Lebanon Valley College in Septemlier, l!tl9. to form that hon- 
orable organization, the Class of 102:i. Tlie first class to enter 
the institution after the signing of the Armistice, this group 
necessarily carried with it the spirit of patriotism and zeal char- 
acti'ristic of the war jieriiMl. In every jihase ot college life, and 
in all the activities, the members of the Class of 1923 took with 
them their splendid sjiirit of honor, llmioi' to those other classes 
that had gone before them, honor tn the unlainted name of the 
beloved Alma ilater. 

As an average class this group won and lost class games. ;dways with the 
spirit of unselfishness and honor. As one looks liack ovit the foui' ,\'eai's of 
development and growth there are many things upon wliidi the (hiss of T.)"_':; 
might have improved. But that which is done cannot Ik- undone, and we look 
forward eagerly to the classes who will in the future ])rofit by our experiences. 
The road to high standing scholastically. niorall>' and s(]ci:dly is necessarily a 
rough one and only those who press forward to the goal eagerly, will achieve it. 

In four years at Lebanon Valley College our numbers have decreased to 
such an extent that at ( 'omniencement time in 1928 about one-third of the orig- 
inal number will gi-adnate. Nevertheless, the indomilable spii'it of the Class 
of 1923 exists and will exist until the "IMemor^- of man i-iiiineth not to the 
contrary. ■■ 

As embryo ministers, teachers, lawyers and ])hysicians. this grou|) of prom- 
ising young men and women are going into the ■\\'orld to become eminent leaders 
and splendid followers. The challenge sent down through so many classes of 
other days, the challenge for which so many of our Amei'icans gave their lives 
upon the field of battle, the challenge of "Brothei-liood Among ilaijkind Every- 
where" will live in the hearts of the sons and daughters of '23 for many a day. 

>^o as the Class of 1923 leaves its "footprints on the sands of time." it sends 
out the challenge to "Live the Spirit of Lebanon A'alley College" always. 



L-- 



Page Tliirty-seven 



u 




jj 




RALl'H E, B()YP:E 

York, Pa. 

Clnssiciil I'hildkosmiau 

College: Glee Club (1, 2). Secy. (2) ; Y. M. 
C. A, Cabinet (2). Pres. (4) : Jliuisterium 
(1. 2. 3. 4). y.-Pres. (3), Pres. (4); Men's 
Senate (4). 

Class: Football (2): Tu.g-of-Wav (1. 2); 
Bus. Mgr. of Annual (3) ; Pres. (4). 

Societ.v : Chaplain (1. 2); Anniversary 
Play (1). Cborus (1. 2): Editor (2, 3); 
C'orres. Secy. (2): A'. -Pres. i3); Pres. (4): 
.Anniversary President ( i ) . 

Extra : Supi'l.v I'astor Baltimore Fifth 
I'hurch (2) : I'astor Carlisle Circuit (3. 4). 

"He from nlio.<<r Jips iliriiif iirisii(i.iit})i 
fliiirsi." 

ESTHER S. BRUXXER 

New Bloonitield. I'a. 

M(Hleru Language Cliouian 

College: W. S. G. A.. Secy. (3). Pres. (4) ; 
Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4) : Delegate to Eagles 
Mere (1). Cabinet (2. 3. 4): F. F. R. (2), 
Sfcy. (3). \'.-r'res. (4): Student A'olunteer 
(1. 2, .'!, 4i. Secy. (2). Leader (4): Math. 
Knniid Table i 1. 2. 3). Secy. (3); Dramatic 
Six'ioty i-l. 3). Spcy. (3). 

Class: Y.-Pres. (3); Annual Staff (3): 
Cast: "Maggie Pepper" (3). 

Society: Chaplain (2): Treas. (4). 

"Slir is (/iiiiii-iiiitKrril ever." 

FRAX'CES DT'RBIX 

Ramey. I'a. 

Mndern Language Delphian 

CoUe.ge: First Honor Student (3l: A.sst.. 
Frtsbman English (4l : Y. W. C. A. (4). 

Class: Ex-Mendier. "ID; Memlier of 1923 
(3. 4). 

Society: ( lionian (1. 2i: Doliihiaii C-l 4i, 
\'iri'-l'resideut (4 1. Board of Trustees (4): 
W-l'res. (4); Anniversary Program (4). 

"I'oi- I mil nothing if not irilicnl." 

EARLE E. FAKi: 

Reading. I'n. 

Seientitic I'liilokosiniaii 

( 'ollege : Reserve Football (1): Reserve 
Baseball (1. 2) : Mgr. of Ba.seball (4) : Ath- 
letic I'ouncil (3. -i). Secy. (31: Bus. Man- 
ager of the Crucible (4) : Star Course Com- 
mittee (3. 4). Chairman (4) : Glee Club (4) ; 
Men's Senate (3 1. Executive Committee (3. 
41 : Scientific Society (3) : .\sst. in Chemistry 
(3. I). 

Class: Tug of War (2i : Football (1. 2) : 
Basel'all (1. 2^ ; Pasketl all C!. 4i : Volliyball 
Captain (3. 4) : Annual Staff (3». 

Society: Executive Committee (3). Y.- 
I'les. (3) : Critic (4). 

••■/■/(/ iiist foolisli iihoiit Hull -stuff ilicii lall 
lore" 



Pai/e Tliirty-eiijlit 



orv n. KAisi' 

(■(.lliii-(hilc. l':l. 
Histoi-iciil-I'i>litic,il I'liilokiisiiiiMii 

Collf.ico : ( 'l)rrr I,c:h1ci- il. -. '■'. \ : 'rraiiuT 
f2) : Assistant I'ontli.i II Miiiiaiicr (J. •".): 
Foottmll Maiiai;cr i 1i : Athlctio Couiu-il (4) ; 
X. (). S. ((. T. Cliili iL'. :'., 4): Y. .M. ('. A. 
I 1. J, .',. 4 I : Caliiiicl i t i ; Men's Scuatr i 4 I. 
KxffUtive ('(innnitti'c (4). 

Cliiss: T\i- of War (Ii Fcmtliall i 1. 1' I ; 
Basi'Iiall (1. -Ji: liasliethall i1. ■_'. :'.. 4i; 
VdlU'vliall I .■;. 4i: l\\icul i\c I '.iHiniillci' ill; 
(.'ast : ".Ma;.'^'ic rrpiicr" i.'i; rn'sidrnt |4). 

Sdciety : V'irc-l'risiili'iil i.'li: lOxmitivc 
('iininiittci' I-"'. I. 

"/ "HI iiiit ill till roll "t riiiii Ill/Ill HI' II." 

lHil;(i411> 11, I'KM'll. 

Aniivillr. I'a. 

lli-t.iiic-.il I'olitiral 1 ii4|pliian 

Cnllr:.'!': \ar>il.s IlasUrtliall i i i ; Y. \\\ 
('.A. Il, U, .'I. ti: iM-amatic Sncicl.\ i .". i , 

CLi-s: liaskciliail 11. J. :'. i : \ic..-l'iTsi 
ili'iil il), SccTi'tary i.'!)-. i ■artocnisl •>( thr 
Annual i .'1 1 ; lOxcciitiNi' < 'oniiiiitlcc i'.',\: 
l.'ast : ".M.iu'i-'ir l'cp|ici" 1.1 1, 

.'<in'ict,\ : riiniii.iii I I. L' I ; lii4|iliiaii i^'., 
il. Trcasiim- i.'l), I'li'siilriil i.'li, 

"'I'll l.lKiir llri is In liirr liir illul lliii 
'.llijirs liri iirll." 

MAKTii.v <;im:i;ii II 

I'alni.v la, l':i, 
Ilisfiirical I'olilii-al I irl|ilii.iii 

I',, lie-,.: \ .iisiiv r.askril .ill I I 1 : ■> , W, c. 
A, I 1. J. :ii, 

(1.1--: l!.i-kcl I ail I I. -. :;i ; 'Sccicl 1 1\ i:ii. 

."-iicict.v : I'lioiiiaii 11. -i; lii'li'hian t",. 
4 I. 

"'Iililli ill sill I ill, i/ilii/ ill mini." 

iii:i.i..\ ,\i iii:i:i; 

.\iiii\-iiir, r.-i, 

llisti.iic.il I'dlilical ( 'liiiiiian 

(1iill(.-|.: Y. \V. (• .\. 11. ■_'. :;. ll. l)rlc-.l|r 

tip Ka^'li'sniric I L' I . iiliiMl i:;i. I'lrsiili'iil 
i4i: ItfsiTNC r..-isl;rll.all 111; laiixilirr il, 
-. .'!. 4 1. .Tanitcir ili; ('.illcuri' ('Imii- i L'. :;i; 
Uraniatie Socirt.N 1 1!. .';i ; ('li.ainiian .\la.\ lia.v 
Coimiiittci' (4). 

Class: 'rciinis ili; r.:i-lvi>lliall I _. :! i ; 
X'iei'-l'ri'siilcnt (I'l; i asi : -Ma^-'ii' rcpiicr" 
I •'! ) . 

Societ.v : (lid ('linriis il. :i i : ( '(invsiKiiid- 
in.t; Spc-ret.i i',\ i:;i: rianlsi i:'.i; .\nnivpi-saf.\' 
I'l-D^vani I :;, 4 ) : ( 'rillr ( 4 i, 

"Dlltil is iilinn III! riii,si iiiiriins." 




I 1 



'' vJ'; 



/'(((/(■ i Ini ly-iiine 



'X 




MAUY r. HIESXKR 

Aiiiivillc, I'a. 
MddiTii LauiTiiaw <_']ioiiiau 

College: Eurydice Club (2, 3. 4). Treas- 
urer (?. ). Buisiness Mauai;er (4) : Kramatic 
Society (2, 3 1 : Y. W. C. A. (3, i). 

Class: Cast: ■'Matj.ffie I'epper" (3l ; Asso- 
ciate Editor of the Aunual (3): Secretary 
• 4). 

Sdciety : Correspoudiug Secretary (2). 
lieciirdiu;; Secretary (3) : Anniversary Cho- 
rus i:ii, Aiuiiversary Proirram (3. 4i : Critic 
(4i. 

■■Cuhiilii .slic looLs 1,11 lif<r 

HELEX M. HCGHES 

York. Pa. 

Modern l.au?;\ia;;e liclphian 

College; Y. AV. c. A. d. 2. S. 4i: W. S. 
G. A. (2), Hall President (4): Dramatic So- 
ciety (2, 3). 

('hiss: Secretary (1). Executive Connnit- 
tee (1. 2, 3 ) : Society Editor of the Annual 
(3 I. 

Society: Clionian (1. 2). Editor (1) : Del- 
]ihi:in (3. 4). Poard of Trustees (3. 4). Sec- 
ri'tary (3). Critic (4i : Anniversary Program 
i4 I. 

'7 am sun' thiit <-(in' i.i mi iiiciini of Ufc." 

geoi:«;e o. iiohl 

Pitman. Pa. 
."^cirntitic. A. P.. Pliilnkusniian 

I'.illege: Reserve Football (li: Tennis 
.Manager (4): (ilee Club (1. 2. 3. 4). Presi- 
dent (4) : Y. JI. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4) : Scientific 
Society (2, 3): Crucible Staff (1. 2); In- 
~;trnctor in Academy (4i. 

ria-s : Picsidpin i 1 i ; Fimtball 1 1, 2) : 
P.asketliall (1. 2) ; Tug of War (1. 2l. 

Society: Janitor (1): Anniversary cho- 
rus (1. 2. 3. 4) : Anniversary I'rograni {3. 4i. 

""rhiiil' mill 'Act' — tiro irords of Prog- 



.1. RAYMOND HT'TCmXSoX 

Paradise. I'a. 

Classical Philokosniian 

Colleucv Reserve Footl>all (1. 4) : Assistant 
Basketball Manager (3l: Treasurer Star 
Coni'se Oiunnittee (4) : Men's Senate (4). 

(lass: Tug of War ( 1. 2 1 : Baseball (2) : 
Basketball (3. 4): Volleyball (3, 4): Treas- 
nrin- (2). President (3l: Editor-iu-Cliief of 
the .\nnnal (3t : Cast: •'Maggie Pepper" (3). 

Society: A'ice-President (3): Recording 
Secretary (3) : Treasurer (4) : President 
(4i : Ainiivei'sary Program (4). 

"//(' iniK rrrr iirvrixc. iiml iinmiisc kecp- 
iiii/." 



Page Forty 



I r- 



■f 

v.- 






^■. \~' ,A 



KATIIUYX i:. KUAT/.ERT 

l.ittlrsl.iw 11, I';l. 
MciiIiTii l..-ui:;iiaL;e I icl|iliiaii 

Colleile: Y. \V. C. A. (1, :.'. ;!. 4i, ('.iluiit't 
Trciisurer (4i ; St.ir t'durse ( 'niiuiiitti'i' 1 1' i : 
Rcs,T\f r.Mslictl'all 111: A'icf I'l-csidi'iii W. 
S. C. A. (4), 

Class: ]!asketliall ll, 2. M): Atlilctic Kdi 
tor of tlie Animal t'-\) : Cast: ■Mai.'v'ir I'l'p- 
l>ei-'" I 3 > , 

Society: Clioiiian il.-i: li.'lpliian i .".. )i. 
C(irrt's]ioudiiii; Sorrctary (:ii, I'lililic riomain 
(3). I'rosiili'iit (4i: Aiiiiivcrsar\ I'ruL'iaiii 
(41. 

"l-h'Cii/ UisKir hiis lirr hidilii ." 



\VAi;i;i;\ i;, Kiti;ii ii:i; 

l.rl.aiiMii. I'a 
Seieiititic Kaluzotraii 

(ollOLTe: MatI lalic-al I;..iiihI M'aMc i;!i: 

Iiislniftor ill Acaili'Uiy i.'li. 

Class: r.asol.all i ■_' i : Nnllcyhall CI. 4l. 

Society: Mrinlior (3. 4i; .\iiiii\crsary 
rroiri-aiii (4i. 

"77ir;T'.v ii ilriil III ilrrillrii iniilli liix iiiilil 
c.rtiiiiir." 



.\\.\.\ Iv I.oXC 
l.cl.aii..ii. I'.-i. 
Modern T.aiiu'ii.iL'i' Ii(4|iliiaii 

Ci)lle;xe: Y. \V. C. .\. (ll: CnirjI.lr {■!. :;. 
41. 

Cl.-iss: .T<d>c i;dit(ir nf the .\iiinial i:'. i. 
Socictv: I4i(iiiiaii (1. Ui: I >i4plii.iii l.'l. 

"A l/irl III I 111 I I till llrshllhl lis iltlil rliltfi- 

dciit tiiiiiiin iiirx." 



k.\i'iii;yx >i. i.()\(; 

l.cliaiiciii. I'a. 
Mcidciii I.aii;.'iia;;i' Iii'Ipliian 

College: \arsitv liaslietliall ili: Y. \V 
C. A. (2. 3. 4). 

Class: Basketball (1. -1. .3 i . 

Society: Clioiiian (l.Ui: I)c4|iliian c;.4i. 

"7 hiioic lirr fur ii iiiiiiil nl iiiiiiiii thinnili Is." 




!'tu/i' Vorfy-one 



1,' 


<1 



'^«^'mf*ca^..f ■■■>» 



'^ a 



Mi 




.TOSKT'II R. MACnOXALD 

Swatni'a Stiitinii. I'a. 
Classical rhilipkusuiian 

Colleirc : iliuisteriuni (1. -. H. 4). 

Society: ^Icniber (2. .'!. 4i; Anniversary 
rrdLrrani i4i. 

"Mini iiiiiJ.rs ii/j hin iiihiil In lurui-li. iniil he 
priiivhr-<." 

A(:;xi-:.s i". meuciiitis 

Jliuersville. I'a. 
Historical-Political ('liuuian 

Collese: Treasurer W. S. (;. A. (4l; X. 
W. ('. A. (1, 2. 3. 4): I-:nrydice Club 1 2. 3, 
4 I. President (4); Dramatic Society (2. M); 
Star T'ourse t'omuiittee (3). 

Class: Vice-President (2): Society Editor 
of the Annual (3): Cast: "Maasie Pepper" 
(3). 

Society: Janitor (ll: Anniversary Cho- 
rus (3i; Secretary (3): Anniversary I'l-o- 
arani C'.. 4): Vice-President (4). President 
(4l. 

"Low is mil ftiiiijih' ihilii." 

II. LLOYD .MIl.lJOR 
Tunkhannork. Pa. 
Sclentilie Kalozetean 

folle^e: Ex-Menilier of the Class of r.l22 
of l)ickinson ('olletje: Meuilier- of the Phi 
Kappa Simula Fraternity: Belles Lettres Lit- 
erary .Society (12): Scientific Society (1. 2) : 
\'arsity Track (]. 2): Run Relays (1. 2); 
Intercollegiates (2i : Y. JI. ( . A. ( 1. 2. 3. 4). 

Class: Basketball CI. 4i; Volleyball (3, 
4 I : Assistiiut Business ^lanaiier of the An- 
nn.il (3): Business Jlanatrer of the Junior 
I'lay i;'.): Cast: "MaiXgie I'epper" (3). 

Society: Vice-President (3i: Anniversary 
Pro;.'ran] (3) : Cast: "Everyinan" (3l : Presi- 
dent (41. 

■■/ liiin- Un 'I (lull lorril." 

H. MAE MORROW 

DuncaniMin. Pa. 

Historical-Political Oratory Clioniau 

Collese : Mathematical Round Table (1, 
2): Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Caldnet (4); 
1 iramatic Society (2, 3 I . 

Class: Basketb.ill (1. 2i : Cast: "Jlaggie 
I'l'Iiper" (3). 

Society: Janitor (li : Recording Secretary 
(3): Anniversary Chorus (3, 4): Anniver- 
sary I'rogram (3. -i) : Vice-President (4). 

"Mixti-c.iK uf licrscif thri I'liiiia full." 



•J'-^ 



Page Forty-ti!.o 



-t 



Ti 



iiKRER i; Mm II 

Ri'iiiliiiL', I'a. 
Classical Kalo/.eteaii 

CoUe.se: Matlieiiiatieal liouuil Table (1. 
2, 3t. A'ice-I'ivsideiit i3) : Cruoilile Staff 1 1' i : 
Star I 'diirse Ciinimirtee (-1: Ministerliim ( 1. 
2. ;j. 4 I : Men's Senate (2. Si ; \'ice-rresid('nt 
of V. il. ('. A. (3i : Glee Cluli (Mi : Instnic-tor 
in Academy (')) : Cast: ■•The Tempest" i:'.). 

Class: Tni: nf War il. 2i ; Football (21 : 
President l2i: Treasnrcr i4i. 

Siiciety : Soeretary (2. ;!|. ('liaplain (2i. 
Vice-I'resident i :l i . Treasnrer ( :l I ; ('ast: 
"Everyman" i:'. i : ( ritic i4l ; Tresidrnt i4i. 

"SnJ( uniH 1/ tiHil sii'irnisii<'>is a rr stttnijotl 
If/nut liix cninilrllilHr,." 

C. MAi: KKKVKS 

llisiispiro. I'a. 

llisf(aii-:il r(ilitical-( >ratorieal 1 >i'lpliian 

Colle^'e: Y. W. ( '. A. il.2. :'., 4i; iHamatic 
Society 1 2. :_1 1 ; Crurililc i l. 2. :!. 4i; star 
Course Conmiittee l4i. 

Class: Executive ('ommittri' i:'.i: \'iri' 
Tresideiit i:'.i ; Literary E<lit.ir .■f \hr Anmial 
(3): Cast: ".Mairirie Pepper" i:;i. 

Society: Cliimian (1. 2i: Editor (2i: An- 
niversary Chortis (1 I : 1 irlplii.ui i'-'k 4i : Sec- 
retary i;il; rnlilic l'ri>-'r;iiii (iratnr i:'.); 
Presidonl i4i; i ritir i4i; Anniversary I'v 
gram i4i. 

"SJw xiizr^ h< iirf^ tint iriiiliHi/ fnr t-oiist nt." 

KOI. AM I K. KKW 

llarrisl.nri.'. I'a. 

Ili~tMiir:iI-l'(iIiti<-al I'liildkcisniian 

fdllese: Haseliall (2i: Varsity F.Mitball 
(2. :i. 4i; A'arsity Football Captain i3i: 
Cbeer Leader ( 4 I . 

Class: Basketball I 2. 3, 4i : P.aseball i2i. 

Society: Anniversary Program (4i. 

"Vr dills! iniiiiliiliitc hiitli, tiiiir iiinl .siiiin 
aiiil iiiiiti tiro Ion in hiiiiiiii." 

IRA M. RITII 

Sinking Spring>. Pa. 

Historical-Political-JInsic Kalozetean 

( 'oIle.se: Stndent \'olunteer i 1. 2. :i. 4i; 
Treasurer of T. M. C. A. i4i : (ilee Cluli (4i ; 
Assistant in Biology (4). 

(lass: Tng of War di: Cast: "Ma,sgie 
Peiiper" i3l. 

Society: Pianist (1. 2. .".. 4): Treasurer 
(1) : Anniversary Prosrani 1 1. 2. 3. 4i : Vice- 
President ( 4 I . 

"yn iiKifiic xliiill ncvrr tliii iiiiisiv firmi 
tlicc." 




f.i' 



l'ii(/r Forty-llirce 



^ 



15 n 



n 




ROSA ]•:. vava;\a:ii 

I.eli:niiiii. I'm. 
llistiiiical I'dlitical ( 'limiiaii 

I'dUe^'e: Y. W. ( . A. ( L'. 4) : \V. S. G. A, 
I'nictiji- (4); Eui-ydiee (2. 4): Oratorio (4"i. 

Class: P.askctliall (2). 

Society: Anniversary Cliorus ( L' i ; Anni- 
versary I'ro^'rani 1 4). 

"77(( nnlv sen tjn-ir vicil tit licr .stiiui." 

S. rj-('ILE SHEXK 

Annville. I'a. 

Ilistorieal-I'dlitical-Oratorical I 'lionian 

Colle-e: Crueilile Staff (1. 2. :■., 4i, Aluiii- 
ni lOilitor (1. I'l. Literary Editor (3). Editor- 
in-i'liiet i4i: Y. \Y. ( '. A. (1. 2. o. 41. (.'ali- 
iuet (2, ol. liele,i;ate to Ea.iiles Mere. Read- 
Jnj;. Harrisliuri; : Star Course Coiiunittee (-. 
.'1). Secy. (3): Secy. May Day Committee 
(.■;i ; Dramatic Society (2. 3). Secy. (3l. 

('lass: Mce-I'resirtent (1). Secretar,^• (2i. 
'J'reasurer ( :'. i ; Associate Editia- of the An- 
nual (3|; ( ast : "MaLCfiie I'epiier" {'.',). 

.Soeiety : I'res. (4); Anniversary Pres. 
c(i. 

■■/-■'•/- / lidl-i- .v(7 /)/// lifr tllitiii (I i-ilxl. mill I 
II ill xtiniil llir hir.tllil III III, ilir." 

iM.iz.u'.ETii .\i. s.Mrni 

Uoliesiinia. I'a. 
.\lodrin l.an;,'u.i;,'e l>el|ihiaii 

Colleu'e: \arsity I'.asUi'll.all (11; Y. \V. 
C. A. Cll. 

Class: I'.askell.all ( 1. 2. 3) : Secy. (2). 

Society : Jlenilier ( •';. 4 i. 

"1/,// iniil till St iltiiis is fur tiiniji." 

RICII.VKI) 11. S.Mrill 

'rreiiionl. I'.i. 

Scientitie I'liilokosinian 

('"llei^e: Reserve l''ootliall (1); \arsity 
I'ootliall (2. 3. 41. Caiitaiu (3) : Iteserve I'.as- 
Uetliall (1. 2. 3. 4). Manager (4): \'arsiry 
Ha.seiiall (2. 3. 4): Track (2); Scientific So- 
ciety (2): Jlen's Senate (3. 4). President 
(4): X. o. S. o. T. Club (2, 3. 4). Yice- 
I'resident (3); Y. il. ( '. A. Cabinet (4); 
\'arsily \-olliyball (3); \arsity Chili C!. 4). 

Class: Football (1. 2); P.asketball (1. 2. 
:;>. Captain (1. 21 ; I'.aseball (1. 2i: Tennis 
( 1 ). Capt.iin (li: I'resident (3i: \dlleyball 
(3. 4) : Associate Editor of the Annual (3). 

Society: Member (2. 3. 4|; Executive 
Connnittee (.3 1 : Reeordinir Secretary (3). 

I'.Ntr.a : Student at Sin-in;;tield Colleiie of 
I'liysic.-il I'jlncation. Sninnn f of 1'.122. 

■■lit is lilt illltltlif itltil i,f tilir rlllss.: 



[; i- 9 



Paffe Forty-four 



- -.J '- 



LJ 



■ HI 



I- 



S. PAIT. WF.AVKK 
l"i-i>\vslair-'. N. V. 
Classical I'liiliikosuiiaii 

Extra; Paster 1'. II. ('b\iri_-li. rieoua. I'a. 
"Mm rhnii is tin In xl utiiti fur nniii in iji ii- 

<r<ii:- 

WILLIAM F. \vi:nm;i; 

WilUfslianc Ta. 
Scii'iitiHc KaUiZftcaii 

C'lllese: lllee Chili i .".. 4i: Scenic l>'r. 
ami Menilicr .if I'ast: ■■The Tempest"' (oi: 
May Day I'lay i ." i ; Activities EtVr.. Crucible 
I 4 i'. 

Class: Tiil: nf War il. l' i ; Animal Arlist 
(Si: Cast. •■Mav'i.'ie rei>iiei-" (3i. 

Society: I'ianist (1. -. :U: Corres. Secy. 
i'2. 3 I : Rec. se<-y. i J. '■',! : Kilitur i-> : ( ast : 
■"Everyman" C! i : Critic i4i; .\iiiiiversar\ 
rniLrram (4i: rri'siileiit (4i. 

■■//< ;.v iiisi I tiiiiKih III pliiii till to'il." 

l.i:sTEl{ K. WlI.I.I.XKl) 

Slianiokiii I'a. 

Scientific l'liil<.l-;os|iiiaii 

C..lle-e: l:e.s,.|'ve F..,.ti,all i 1 i ; ( lire l -lllli 
.1. ■-'. :;. 4 I. P.ns. M-r. i4i; Y. M. C. A 
( 'aiiinet i ■_'. •". i. 

Class: President ill: Tuu of War ( J i ; 
Footliall (1. Ji: Kasketliall c;. 4i: Volley- 
ball 1."!. 41 : Treas. (•'!. 4l: Annual Plio- 
tipL'raplier (3i: Cast: ■■Mastic Pepiier" i3i. 

Society: Anniversary Cliorus (1. 2. .'! i . 
Play r_'i: Uee. Secy. (3i: V.-Pres. l3i: 
I 'ritic (41 : Pres. (4i: .\iiiiivcrsary ProL'rani 
i4i. 

■■'I In iiinil iitlittti ln.ll ui (ill ildils is Hull 
ill irhicll l/nll hitl'i niil iiHrr hi Itt/ltrd." 

I.EO.N li. WIT.MKU 
IIaL'ersti>\\ II. I'a. 
Scientific I'll ilnlsi ism iaii 

College: P.aseliall (1. 2. 3i: X. O. S. O. 
T. ("'lub ( 2. 3 I : Executive ( 'omm. i 2. 3 i . 

Class: P.aseball Caiitaiu ill: I'.mtliall 
il. 21 : Tuir (if War i2l: Hasketball il. 2. 
3. 4i: Tennis ill. I aiifain i2i: \"iilleyliall 
1 3. 4i: Advertisini; Msr. of Annual i31. 
■■.1 lillh hiiniiiii/ is It iliiiuii iitiis thiiiji." 

ELEANoi; F. SIIKAFFFi; 

Steeltoli. I'a. 

Modern Laii-'uaL'e (/lionian 

College: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4i. Corres. 
.Sec'y 1 2 1. Itele.Lrate to Ea.glesmere 11); W. 
S. G. A. Junior Memlier (3l: Student X'nl- 
tinteers (1. 2. 3. 4). Vice Leader (3. 4i. 

Society: Corres. Sec'y |2'| ; I'sher il. 2i: 
Anniversary Program i4). 

"In pcrfiit rnntiiiUnrnt stir follnirs Jiii 
iiosr." 




if- 



u 



Pacjc Forly-fi-ve 



a 51 



Sn i£. U. (I. 



tayrrlji yrt Imlf rrhirtaiit. rhilMikr liiit Duluitissiiir ntill 

Sir miiol iiH that uil|irli uir uuiulii itut auii uliry aimtlirr'a mill. 

J\n thr Diimarti marrli nf rriiturira anil llir iiiaAilrui'ii rarr uf aimr. 
Hlr arr raitnitt anil liaruc far niiurarh. riirr in an milrirft rlimc. 

H3r liaur lust inir JFrralimau grrrmtraa 
Aitfi uur *u;iliDmnrc kunuilrftiir tou 
All mir .ilimiiir tanks arr nurr. 
Aiiti Dtir *citior ftaya arr llirnunl). 

Simr may arurr nur rrlattmis. 
Biataiirra may Irafl thr may. 
So iiiaprrarmrnt uf uur aurrums. 
Auti tlir iiamuiuri uf that ftay. 

fflliru uur rayrr hrarta haur maiiilrrrii. 
Sut thrtr lunuhiua aliall haiir rraarii. 
Auh mr rrturu tu Alma iHatrr. 
IFur a wrlrumr, mhulraumr }irarr. 

jfur a prarr that hriuus trur friruiiship. 
Bliyhta all rumity anb paiu; 
^rtty iraluuairs aiiti amjrr, 
Auii miitra na uurr agaiu. 

(But uthy rant mr hrat timr tu tt? 
lit may arattrr us fur ayr. 
iCrt un rarh br trur auii faithful. 
Err uir lui ujiuu uur may. 

Srur tu rurry lam auii ^irrrrpt. 
&( uur uuhlr £. II. C£. 
(Trur tu rurry iuiiiiiiiiual. 
(Of iirar ulii tmruty-thrrr. 

Shun mr Iraur thrr. Alma IHatrr. all tuu nuuu thr rutiiun ramr. 
Ojrim rralitirn amait ua. - ffiuuur'' ifurtuur? Jfailurr? ifamr? 

Hrt mrrr raurr fur thr tuuflirt: ruutjiirut that iHrmury 

HIill rnrr krry us trur tii Erbauuu llallry anb ftrar ulft tmruty-thrrr. 



Pniff Forty-six — 



u 




n 










w 

w 


/^=:?:^- 




V--:^?''' 


Y 
^ 


^^J'- 


;-■'■-.-""-' 


















i'ic— ■; 










i^-j>: 








.. ,'^' 


i*rG'^- 


■ 'Z'"^". 








«?:■:■. 


■^' -. •' 




* ~'l'"- 


{ ■ .;. 


3iy. 


















m 




- 'V*^- 


vv/^ 




'i'y,::. 


. ^■''. 


"^ J ' "^ 


'■■'■'■ 


"'>■ 


5 i^v - 










^ -■ . 










m:' 


'■/' *- 




."'.' •■ 


';" ' ; 


S-S'^' 




""^ 






it-.-;-? - 










*?s-. 










#ti«>-. 






^"' ■■ ■. 




*i"V '■ 










0^-' 










'^ 






*; ^ ' 


. - 


■t^^r- : 










^^-i;-. " 


-■. : . "- 


'-" 






^^-5';-'- 











-'■-:'. '"-'■ -^ 
■ ¥ .-.'.■'■'''■■ 









■ ■■.;■-' ■ :>;-■- ■■•■' ■ I 




ii>.:-5 






:y2m- 



\i\ . 1 ' ^■; 






;-^;:(; .^/J.', 



^"1 ; 



( r 



Piiije Forty-seven 




OIlaHfi of 1924 

:\roTTO 

"Vive ail Suiiiiimin"' 
COLORS FLOWER 

^laroou aii(! Pearl (tI'mv Red Rose 

OFFICERS 

First Semester 

Pris'nh lit S. Doualcl Evans 

Viii -I'nsiili lit Donald E. Fields 

,s'' ( /■( /(//■// ■ ■ Ruth Baker 

Triiisiirir Ruth H. Oyer 

Second Semester 

Pn siih lit Beutou P. Smith 

\'i< I -I'rrsiih lit Jerome S. Stambach 

.s'( [■/■' larij Marie E. Steiss 

Tri iisiiri r Carl M. Baehman 

YELL 

Raeka-Zaeka. Raeka-Zacka. Racka-Zaoka Ree ! 

Rip-a-Zipa. Rip-a-Zipa, Rip-a-Zipa Zee! 
Kaeka-Zac-ka, Rip-a-Zipa, Ree. Rah, Ree! 

Xiiicteen Twentv-four. L. Y. C. ! 



.^ 1 S 



Puqe Foriy-riyJit 



IJ 



Jhmtor (Tbrnnirlr 




getlier 
to i-mi 



111 a 
t. A 



Xl) it caiiU' to pas.s that in thr ninth iikhiIIi of tin- yrar of our 
Lord nineteen liundreil and t\vent>'. that institution ealh'd the 
CoUege of Lel)anoii \'alley was again opened for a period. And 
many young iiieii and maidens came from the rr>,fion.s round almut 
si'eking knowhHlge. wisdom and love at that selfsame College. 
And their deods were diligently watehed by the inhahitants of 
til.' ]ilaee. h-st they should in any way transgress against the 
Holy Laws and Customs. And there arose tempters who sought 
to diseourage them in their seareli for knowledge by seoriiiugs 
aiul diverse punishments. The strangers did therefore come to- 
seeret place that they might devise means of putting these tempters 

nd thev were ealled the Class of '24. 



Ew many days had i)assed tlie men of the new tribe met in mighty eom- 
liat with these tempters, also called Sophomores, and they did rout them, so 
that the Class of "24 and their friends rejoiced greatly. ^'el in that same >ear 
did certain men of the warring tribes meet on the banks of a stn-am. wliieli is 
called "(^uittie" and they di<l test their strength upmi an hempen rope, 'flu; 
men of '24 did pull \aliantly. but Fate was against iliem and they sulfered de- 
feat. l!ut they did nut diseourage for other ecuitests were to eoiiie. 

And it eame to pass that as the ('lass of '24 became mure familiar with the 
land and its peoples they wa.\ed more confident, so that in the next battli' with 
the Sophomores, in a game which is called football, they did defeat them and 
put them to shame. And so was it in thi' follnwing year. 'I'hey did show them- 
selves possessed of great skill and valor, for m-vei- did they siitfei- defeat upon 
that field. And as they grew in might other tribes eiiteretl the institution, 
likewise seeking knowledge. And the men of '24 did teach them that there is 
no royal road to learning, for they di<l show them the worth of humbleness and 
obedience. And when the men in high authority saw that there was great spirit 
and valor among the members of '24 tiiey tlid enlist them to engage in contests 
with other institutions, and it is written that they labored mightily to uphold 
the honor of Lebanon Valley. And as they grew in power and favor, and the 
years ]iassed. the tribes which were before passed out again into the world and 
the Class of '24 became second in importance at Lebanon \'alley. 

Then did they make peace with their enemies, the ('lass of '2M. and they 
did join together that they might teach the younger trilies the Laws and ( 'us- 
toms. even as they had learned them. And it is written that they ruled wisely 
ajnd justl\- and the jieoj^le did iirnspei'. 

Thus it is written of the deeds of the Class of '24. And is it not written 
in the records of the Registrar how the men and maidens of '24 did increase in 
wisdom and knowledge each year, yea eaeli semester.' And it is prophesied that 
the glory and valor of this tribe shall be proclaimed by their descendants to 
their children's children. 



Blessed are thev of the tiib. 



)f 



:l 



r . 



Putje Forty-nine 



51 R 



/-) 



i 1 



■ A 




ROP.EItT E. AJ.I.EX 

KnllJlllclllf. 1';!. 
.SCIEK'JIFIC 1*. L. S. 

■\Vc' all like ■■Bob." Before .ioiuiug our 
ranks he was a ■■four-S(iuare, dyed-iu-tlie- 
wool military man" at AVest I'oint, and lie 
is still liolding true to tlie spirit they in- 
still into men at that institution. "Bob" 
always has a smile for every one and he 
isn't always an.tjry when his face reddens 
— it's because he blushes easily and per- 
haps he docs it to njatcli his liair. 
Xoir lii'ii-'s (I i/OKiu/ filliin- iiiniii-il "Hob," 

A siihlirr lic'il hr--]i<it ii i/iil). 
H 1/ 1 H'nr in, II rtlii srt' 
A Dnrtor lirlj hi. 
Ami xiiir tliiit'.s iiidiii/Ii nf a job. 

Honor.« — ^I'lass: Tui; of War (2): \o\- 
leyball (2): Business JXanai;er Junior 
Play. 

Society: Corres. Sec'y (2). 



(AIM, M, BACHMA.X 
Middletowu, Pa. 

IIlSJ'olillAL-l'oI.ITICAL P. L. S. 

"Jlike" has valiantly sn|>piirtcd flic 
honor of '24 in the "ii.xni" and i>u tlu' lii'lil 
He also holds a fnml sis-if in the class- 
room. Havin;;' a well dcvcldprd sense of 
humor, he is mitcd as one nl imv ■■\vise- 
cracU<'is" liavinL: a tlnent line wliii-li Hows 
freely under all conditions. It works 
equally well in the classroom or on the 
campus, and with I<ith .sexes. As a re- 
sult he has r-nt ipiite a swath amoni,' the 
fair co-eds. With these characteristics of 
a successful salrsnian. we in-edict a I ril- 
liant future fur him in the shoe business 

llr ilaiirrs iliiil sini)l:r.'< 

Ill's lull 1,1 111,1, ll jl,UlK. 

Wlit'li 1, 11} lllltii/s ilir ilohli/ lir's tlirrc, 

llr isn't II III, II. r — 

Jllsl lil.rs ll, hr run .ml . 

CdiIiiI nil \l il.r — lull slirr iln Ills slllire. 

Hnnurs— C.ilh'^c: Keservp Knoll. ill (2): 
Men's Senate i •". ) ; V. M. C .\. Caliinct 
(3). 

Class: iMinthall i 1 . 2 I : P.asketli.-ill (1. 
2. 3): "(Jnittie" Staff: Tu.l: of War (2): 
Treasurer (3). 




4l 



Ptiffe Fifty 



n t 



i:i>.\A i; r.AKKi; 

Stinsl iir^'. \'a. 

IIlSTOKHAI.-roLI 1 K AI. I '. I.. S. 

Here's a Inssic whose siiireriiy .-hkI ^'eii- 
erosity. teujpered wirh plenty et' t'uii :iud 
jollity is indeed an indisiiensuble part of 
'24. To do her justice we nwd un eight- 
volume, close print edition. .Mthonirh Kd- 
na is phiunins: to ,s:o to India as .1 teaelier. 
we jiredict for her a place in tlir h'^'ishi 
ture of her £;ood ole Viriiiuny. 

.1// coiilts from iilr \injiii)iti 
Dc hind nil ioni an' iciii<\ 

iSiirc nil (hit ah St<ilr'>! i/hnliirsx 
A)i' lilefiscihits-x mil mine. 
All xint/x licr iiraixr in rrrxcx. 

All iriitrx hir nniiic in /iioxi . 

An' rvcyiiirlii 11 'Inl ilix <liil< ix 
Sure ole \'irilillll II ll"ex. 

Honors— C.illeLre: V. W. r. .\. il. J. :;). 
Caliinet |2. ."1: W. S. <;. .\. .Innior nieni- 
her (3): Crucihle stall' 1:'. 1. 

.SiK.-iefy: T'sUer (1 1 : I'.ditor 1 •_' 1 ; I'iiap- 
hiin i2i: Anniversary I'roiiriiui rl. :', \ . 




Hnlini.aiiiliii( 




i;iiw.\i;]> 1. r..\i.M;Ari;ii 

Swataia .'Station. I'a. 
S( ii:\ line K. 1.. S. 

"Eddie." jud^'in;; from hi- excellent 
work in tlie .lunior pl.i\ as "Holy .Mi- 
chael." a i>ioiiiineiit capitalist, may lie re- 
garded as the comini.' financier of this in- 
stitution, at least he has SUipper Worried. 
Ed is also interested in atlilctics. to tlie 
heiiefit of the class, as may he seen from 
Ills list of lionors. 

ll'r Usui In Ihilll: llir hull irilx xllll. 
\V( IIS, (I h, llliiil: III III xlijir. 

Itiil irheii 7/r pliiiix IS. It. for '24 — 
Snii.' noil oinilil hi xre him i;o. 

Hoiiois — (olle-e: Keserve F(j..thaU 
(■2). 

riass: TuL' of War i 1 i : Eoothall il) : 
r.askethall (2, :ii. Captain (3i: \"olley- 
liall 12 I : Cast: "I'ilhirs of Society." 

Society: Sergcant-at-.\rnis ill: Corrc- 
siiondim: Serrotai\ i 2 i . 



L-'- 



Put/,' Fifty-one 



?) il 



--JtJ 




KAIIIKYX s. r.Ai.sr.Aicii 
Swatani Station. I'a. 

IIlSlllHKAL-I'OLITK AI. 1 I. L. S. 

■■Kay" — the girl witli a lieart. or at least 
until last year when it was stolen and car- 
ried over to Europe. Her eyes and smile 
tell the story, winnins for her the deep 
and lasting friendshiji of everyone she 
meets. For her no task is too great or 
loo small to do that she may heli> some 
one in need. 

s)ii is h)iiiUi irr ]:H'nr 
Hilt v/'.r .smijrs jt(st tJir sillllf': 
lltr liiiii/hlir mill rhiii ban irmi Inr a 

nititn- - 
llllt irni thill hill'r nliiltril In lllilllll a 

siniiii. 

Honors— I •oUe.ge : Y. W. ('. .\. i 1. ■_'. :',). 
Dele.gate to Eaglesniere i-) : lOurydiee (1. 
2. 3): Stage Manager (ll: Math. Round 
Talile (]. :il : riramatie Sot-iety c' i . 

Class: Secretary ( 2 1 ; Cast: ••I'illars 
of Society" (•'!!. 

Society: Clionian ili: lielphian 1 2. 
:'. ) : Corresponding Secretary i.'Ji. 



w. iii;i;r.i:i;i' iu;.\txie 

York. I'a. 
S( n:M II II 



r. L. s. 



■■r.ill." who has rctnniod to school after 
an .ilisence <jf a ye.ir. during which he 
was instructing the callow youth of Mary- 
land, is a welcome addition to '24. '■P.ill 
has changed, however. a> ho is not uhidd- 
ing the wild reputation he establishe<l dur- 
ing his first two years. His worst fault 
is playing the clarinet, but we feel sure 
he will overcome this as he grows older. 
Dill lion hear tlir rinimr 'hunt Bill f/oing 
'round? 



lie's (jot n fririiil in 
Dill lion -111 hi I .' 
.\o. not I. 
^Vf■U. h.c irill iriii III r 

Honors — i 'ollcgr : 
ilath. Round T.ilile. 

Class: Tug of AV 



lliifli I stnirn. 



hiir 
E\-n 

ar (1. 



'ml hill 
I'inlier 



Football 



(2): Raseliall (2i: Basketball i2): Cast: 
■■r'illars of Society." 
Society : Orchestra. 




Page Fifty-tiio 



•J-. 



O' 



i'i;i;iiiNAM> I. i'.i:iK 

Il:ii|-isliiiix'. I'a. 
HlsrcuiKAI.-riil ITUAI.. 

"Fcnlie." (iiif <if '24^ lii^' Imxs. cipuii's 
from liarrislmri;. where lie is clesely .'is- 
sociated with affairs al llie i'a|iitel. He 
has made a repntatieii fer himself as a 
f(«irliall star, ami not eiily is lu> a shilling' 
atlilete. lilt he is an eratni- of iici mean 
ahilitx. He ha^ |ini\-eii I Ins several times 
in elial'el. Ih' prides himself upon iievtT 
Usill-' tlle saline line twice. 

Of till toiithiill tiiliii III liriiihl-lirii 

Till' stiiril/l Ciiiiliiiii III II : 
Tliix rhiiii — (/ iiiii/litii iiiiiii is III 
/.v filli il irilli III ji mill rill I r. 
llcimirs — ('cillei;e: i:\-ineliil cr of '■_':;; 
Viirsit.v Fciothall il. -. .'li. I'aplain (."i; 
Men's Senate (•'! i. 

Cla--: Foofhall i 1, -J i : I'.askei li.ill i ■_■. 
Dl : l:,i~el.all I 1 ) : \c.lle.vhall i I. Ui. 





I 



IFTum m ii r >" 

lliiniiiiii 



i;i:ii|;(;i; i;, i;i i:ri i i;i; 

Pel ,111, ,11. I'.l. 

S( 11 \ I 11 II 1'. I,, s, 

I'.iei-lii'i' i- till' clans' shiiiiim li^lil .ix :i 

l,i,,l,,uisl. Hi- f:l\,,l-ile lloiMT i- tile llLll' 

ehaiitia. his fa\,,iiti' .iiiiiiial the cia.vtish. 
.lllil his fa\,,lile ill^t llllllelil llle llliero- 
loiiie. He spends his il.-i.v- in an atiii,,-- 
pliere of f,,rma Ideli.v d,' ami dieani- ef,,s- 
section- at iiiL'lit. .\- a la l!,,ra t,,i\ a-- 
sistant he i- llle ill,, I ,,f the under cl.iss- 
iiieii. Within a fi'U .\ears liarwiii will 
lia\"i' a wofrh.x -ii,'i'e-s,ii'. 
■■Si, nil Iiiiiii I. mi's ml i,ii niiniiilil lilhi, 

ill i-iliiljills shiills I nihil SI. 
tit nil llii niilliiiils l.iiiiini. I'll lnl.i 

Till riiiirsiiiiniliiii nun SI. 
Honors — f,,llei:e: .\ssisi:iiit in i;i,,l,,'_'y 

i:;i ; Y. M. i\ .\. 1 1, :;. :;i. 

Class: TiiLT ,.f Wai- (I. 2i. 




I J 



Ptii7r Fiilx-lhree 




o 



-r^ 



l„| 




DORA M. I'.ILLET 

Harris! Ill ru'. I 'a. 

IIisioiiicAr.-roi.iTii'Ar. ('. L. S. 

Dora must feel that it is always ^■alen- 
tine (lay. liecanse sUe .i;atliers so many 
hearts. It has been heard that Dora was 
asked at dinner one niirht. "Jliss Billet, do 
yon prefer tea or eoffeeV" ■'Well, tea," 
was the rerily. 

iS7ir jildi/s <it Iciiiiix so ihiij ftitji. 
>S7/r'.? If slHtlriii. I'll), is Ihiiff Mile: 
Quite iiiidil fur fun 
Win II th,e ilati'fi inirk is iloiic — 
Is tJifif iiKirc irc can siiii. Dnni Miic? 

Iloiior.s — College: ^\'. S'. (i. A. .Ir. Jlem- 
lier and Secretary ( .'! I : Y. W. ('. \.. Cab- 
inet (M) ; Star ("onrsc ('(inniiittee (.>); 
Dele.nate to Ea.i;lesniere (H). 

I 'lass: Secretary (U): (^"ast : "I'illars 
of Society." 

Society: Annivcrsai'v I'ro^'i'aui ('_'.. o): 
I'ianist Cil. 



SIMdX 1'. P.OM(!AKI)XER 

Lebanon, I'a. 

Snt.NTiFic P. I.. S. 

lidnigardner comes from tlic fai'm x\ licrc 
his favorite riastime was (■(unin;; frcnii tln' 
farm. His indnstrinns iL.iluts aciinircil 
there have remained witli liiiii. and he 
stands well in his classes. 

His retiring dis|iositioH has niadc liiiii 
a .i;reat favorite with all the ladies, lint sn 
far he has remained insiisce|itilile to their 
charms. Much ma.\" hapiien in one's Sen 
ior year. 

Ifll'rr's (I slllliiUl Ihilf r/ocs- ilhnlll iih'f tills 

'■Still iciiirr riiiiiirtli ihiii." 
^V(■il. siirifii tirrr till ilc/iltis till' iircat. 
Or peruhnill'l' Itir Im/I is uslrrli. 

Honors — Class: Tng (if War (2). 




Paffc Fifty-four 



I f 






m.AliSToXK r. ( cidl.KY 

KeliMiice. \'a. 
Classical 1'. L. S. 

Couley. F.F.A'.. is a iirodiK-t of tlif -olil 
Dominion," wliic-li jiartly aeconnts for liini. 
His ontstandiniT clinracteristic is bis bash- 
fulness, wliicli is so pronoiniced as to lie 
almost painful. Once he overcomes his 
antiiiath.v toward the opposite sex. how- 
ever, we have hii^h hopes for his future 
as a minister. We recommend .i tlioroui-'li 
course in Campusolotf.v as a prere(piisite 
to his semlnar.v work. 

/ iroit to elninli 1ht atlii-r ildil 

Win re (iiir friiml Coo/r;/ jui iirln il. 

Ami. xi;//. he siinhi iiinilr it ihiji. 
A}ifl cccri/ !<inn'i ti'iirlttfJ. 
///v sprirji ii'iis htiif/. iir'tttiii ii'J inni 'If rji. 
Ami till- rijiKji'i fidlinii lids sun ml 

llslci'l) .' 

Honors — Colle^'e: Y. M. I'. .\. C.ihinol. 
See'.v I J I : Ministeriuni (1. -. '■'.>. >^i'r'\ 

('lass: Tus: of War il. U i ; I'ast : i'il 
lars of Societ.v" i .". i . 

Societ.v : .Tanitor (li: ('liaplain (li; 
Editcpr (2l: Mce-I'resident (ol. 





i.iOKiiv r.. I MiwiK i\vi:i; 

Sw.'it.-ii'.'i St.-iliiiii. I'm. 
."<i II .\ I H n K. I.. S. 

"line" i< a mem! or of .lie icsoivc foot- 
liall and 1 a-ketl all -ipiads. w here lie has 
done exri'lli nt wi.rk. lie li:iv i-onl riliiUed 
lar^'el.v to ■i;4's victories in Inrrrclass con- 
tests. His chief inti'iesr. however, is 
found in his studies, and he is never h.ip- 
pier than when en^r.-iu'i'd in siiine str<'nu- 
■ •us lir.ain wmd; snc'i as riiiorhlc or Five 
Ilnndn-d. 

1 hit/ imiH friiiii I! HI III tfiirii, 
Ihstiiiril fur ritliir iir i/iiiil i riiitii'n : 
Wi'ii mil iiiiitr sill I II. i nf his liilil. 
If 'tirill hi II i/lliii III- II III II lull irirlil. 

Honors— Colle-e : llesc'rve Footli.-ill (2. 
•! I : Keserve Baskcrl all {'■'<>: Crucihle 
Staff (.'il. 

Class: Tu-' of A\':ir il i. ILasketliall (12). 
Footfall (2 I. 

.Siicietv : UecordiiiL' .Secn-tarv i :! i . 



u- 



Page Fifty-five 



!l P 




i.-J 




( YN'I'IIIA K. DUrM.MllXD 

11m nisi mri;, I'a. 

Miji)Ki:-\ l.AX(,r A(,i: ('. L. S>'. 

X(i mir ill I lie cImss iif -A will ever 
acliieve the n'luitaticiii of (lur scintillating 
Cynthia. Her line is a lietter <me than 
Kenry FiircVs; her imetry rivals Ki[iliug's: 
her wit eoinpares fa\iiial !y with JIarlv 
Twain's: and we think she will keep Kli- 
niir (ilyu "on the .inniii" when it cuiue.s to 
tellini; real fiction. The world will hear 
of ■•( yn" some ila,\ — mark our wurils. 
"f'l/n" off s(i.\ //,v nil tin: iiiii 
^yifJl, Jirr Irirh's aii'l irit iiini jiitii: 
Sllf'.s sciioiiK. till), if unit mini tie — 
.1 vlcvcr i/irl is Citiifhiii I). 
Honor.s — Colle.ire: Dramatic Society (1, 
■1) : Cnieihle Staff (2. :!i. 

Class; ^'ice-rresiileiit (1): "(Jnittie" 
Staff: Cast: -rillars of Soeiet.w" 
Society: Anniversary proirrani (3). 



i:i:ci.\.\ .\. KDKl,- 
Myerstiiwii. I'a. 
MoiiiK-N l,.\,\(ir.\(a; 



li. I. 



Ke^'iiia Iiipw few (if lis lliere are wIumii 
,\(iil have ]M'i'niitteil to know yen. Itiil we 
are ,:;lad that there are some who have 
iiiel that keen sense of linmur that is 
yniirs. Yon have chosen a wide tield for 
your eiidea\-ois and we coiiirratnlate yon 
that ,A on h:i\e maili' Serxice your "Ex- 
celsior." 

Hill's fi, iiiir friiiiit Ii'i'i/iiiii. 
fjiiii t mill rutin unit tiiir. 

.1 ililt iritli II jiiiijiiis.- unit It irilf fn itii — 
.1 (/// / iritll III II tn nil III tliiniis f Ii rniii/li , 
Iloiiois — Colle-e: Y. W. C. A.. Slndent 
\dliiiileers. 




Pai/e Fifty-six 



"O 



r> 



IMIXAI.D i:\AX> 
I.t'liaiiMii. I'a. 



S( IK.XTIFU 



1'. I..S. 



Hon. one of the tenors of the Men's Clee 
Cluli. has cliarnietl thousanils with his 
nu'Iotlions voice. He holds a secure place 
on the dull. too. as a female impersonator 
where his heauty adds to the iieneral 
effect. Don came to n.s with a reimtntion 
as a .student and he has upheld it splen- 
didl.v as a member of ''2-i. His favorite 
suh.lect is Experimental Sooiolo^r.v. in 
which lie li.-is made some unique dis- 
coveries. 

.1 ni'nt 'if hifsiiif ■•<.•<. ifn ii'iii stni* 

.1 stiidi lit. tail. mill, hii till iriiii. 

To he II soviii! lii/ht. Ill' il'itli csxini. 

Honors — Colle^'e: i 'rucihle Staff (1. 2. 
3i: i;iee I'lnli ll. 1'. .".i. Treasurer ( :! ) ; 
Scientitic .Society (li. 

Class: President iMi: ■'ijuittie Statt'": 
Ca.st: ■■Pillars of .Society i :; i : Tu- of 
War (2i : Volle.vhall (JK 

Society: Janitor (2i. 





M( 



MARY E. FE(i.\N 
I.ehanon. Pa. 

;i!X E.VNGI.MjE 



r. L. S. 



■■Molly" — she of the lii;: eyes — the lu'own 
eyes — the fa.seinatini; eyes — the Cupid's 
how month — the jray smile — the "wise- 
crack" — South Hall — I.i'lKinnii X'alley — 
she's our.s — ■■Molly." 
Mrrril MolUe so thru suii. 
l.iiiiilhs mid shii/.s till lircloiii/ iluii. 
Hulls: liir cil<s in sIiorl,-iiitj i/lir. 
riill;s in- Dutch i/iiitc Dutch 11 ii. 
lint her f/rcatcxt mi cuincfs milii u'lnn 

she Vailljl.s mill uillx tin tiii.ir mrii. 

Honors — Class: Cast: -pillnrs nf So- 
ciety." 

Siiciety : Anniversary Prou'rani i.'>\. 



i r 



Fage Fifty-seven 



-■~iz^Zy^-.-ysa.\rzj: 



!^_.i 




liuXAl.n K. FIELDS 

Leliaiinii. I'a. 

Classical-Mi SIC P. L. S. 

Fields is witliont ilnuljt one ot our best 
students, a steady worker, and the neatest 
tennis player you ever siw. Donald soes 
atiiiit his work and play in tlie same quiet 
manner, and he always irets exactly what 
he st<irted for. His (|niet mien has even 
trained the rattles out of his Ford which 
lie uses occasionally in going to classes. 

Si'dtcil erii'li ilaii at the oii/dii, 
Hi.s: kiiigiloiii the ii-nri/ kei/s; 

Jl< ih'dii'x forth fldiids of iinifiic 
III a trii'ni uf tinJixlirs. 

ll.incjrs — Class: \'iee-rn'si<lent (3l: 
('ast: "rill.irs of Society" CI i ; "(Juittie" 
Staff: ^'olleyhall (2). 

Society : Pianist (2. 3). 



S.U;.\ II. CKKIXKPv 
I.eliannn. Pa. 

IIlsT(I|:K AL-1'0LITIC-\L C. L. S'. 

Her«''s til the :.'irl with the smile that 
won't come nft. She never loses her lilithe 
manner, not even in exams. Xo wonder 
the niascnlines feel tlieir hearts melting, 
tliat giggle of hers clinches them. "Sus" 
l;nows how to make the feminines like her 
toil — it's her pleasant, friendly way. As 
for her light fantastic toe. well, it wmild 
take too long to tell aliout that. 
.1 little tire. (I litth (Itir— 
A hit (if jiizr. Ill ilriiji in. Inn. — 
.1 irorhl of jicii — '/ heart tliat'\- trin — 
J're-ito! ehaujie — aiul "N/rs-" //'-s .'/'/».' 
Honors— Colle.ge : C'rueihle Staff (3). 
Class: Cast: ■■IMIlars of Society:" 
"Qnittie Staff." 

.'■Society: .\nniversai-y Program (3j. 




Page Fifty-rii/lit 



.W 



i!r'i-ii I-. ii.\i;i'i:i. 

l.rl Mil, .11. I'.l. 

MiiDKKX I.\M,r.\Gi: ( '. I.. S. 

liiith. tlu' fhaniiiiii: riiuiliiiiiiricui nt' tlii' 
comely swretiit'Ss of a woiiiaii, and the 
lirave. valiant spirit of our forefatliei's. 
Will we ever foriret Imw ■Unlliie laid 'em 
nut"' in onr So]>li year'.- Will we ever 
think of Until without -rdU'".- Will we 
ever know Iliith without lovin;; lii-r'.' 
liini'ti tirrii^s till Lriis shi iiitiirN 

^yitll in:: ill iriiii \iiiiiiil — 
-1 iiiiniu v»ii III liii\ till III II 
M'luii I'litliii is iiiiiitiiil: 
A nil ill till null xhi rliirrs tin- 'l!4 

\ ., /,( //. /• run III luiniil. 
11..],,, r<— Class: Ilaskelhall i 1. Ji. 





i;ai'iii:i. n. iii:iniii:i, 

Urd l.inli. I'a. 
Ill- louir U -I'm II UAF. 11. 1,. S. 

>lie. i.f ihe friendly manner and iiifec- 
tiiMii~ laiiLTli. 'iiach" is a shark at French. 
for she expects to teach it ahollt— o|i — 
aliont a .vearl I'.nl we fancy her heart 
lends 111. lie t.iward I'lcnrh jiaslries. sw(.et- 
hreads. and ..lli.'r l.aker,\ essentials. 
/ irisli II iiiH III I iiiiiilit irrili 
'I'll siini liir iHiiisr h II itiiii mill iiii/lit ; 

I lllirr lint iriirit.s llnr ulnln . Iillt sil II — 

I.I t lliiir ilii it. Ill- l.iiiiirs till iiiiii. 

Ih.li.n's — Ccillei.'e: I Maiiril ii- S..i-iety 
iL'i : Math. Unnnd Table i 'J i ; V. W. ( '. .\.. 
I 1. U. :■.). 

lias-: 'rreasiirer ili: ('ast: i'illars 
.if Siiciety." 

Society: ( limiiaii ill: Iieliihiau I 2. .'> ( ; 
Corresiiondins S«.ret;iry 1 1! I ; Recording 
Secretai-y i3l. 



f-i-" 



Piii/i- Fifty-nine 




UAY ('. HERB 

'ri'eiiKiiit. I';!. 

HlSKlKIlAI.-roMTK AI. 



r. L. s. 



■■Huii.^'ry" likes Lei niioii \'.illp,v. and 
I.i'lianoii \'alle.v likes hlui. r.iit he is still 
liopin.s that we will move the ei>lle.i;e to 
Ephrata. where a certain ex-iiieiiiber of 
'25 is teaching school. When his studies 
permit him. Ray asjiires i.i tenuis and 
other "soeializini;" siiorts. 

He is also a nienilier of the Men's (Uce 
• 'lull, and as a resnlt feels i>cite<:-tly at 
Ihiine in a dress suit — as may li;' si'en fruui 
his i)h(it(i,^ra|ih. 
Sdinr sniflK srinic fisll , sotlir ji'fta tors, 

liJcnsr : 
Siilllr llirr iilir lllrill. illlil il ilixll nf iicds. 
I liilll II jiir. mill Kiiiiir .s-lii/llt ili'sii'f, 
\nil II liil iif .siilinl iniiililii't hint. 
Hill llirii' — I'm riiltlll lint illlitr ihilH'. 
I'lir. fill mix. i/oii .sir. I'rr Just li i/int. 

Ill -s— Colle.^e : Reserve Footl all ( 1. 

L'. :ii: KeserM' I'.aseliall (1, '-! i ; Men's 
(;iee t'lnl' (1, -. .".I. 

Class: Foi.ll all 111: I'.aseliall I 1. 'J i : 
Volleyhall i 1. i; i . 

S(ieiet\ : I'iaiiist i :i I . 



.M.Vi;V 1!. IlKltSIlKY 

Mycrstown. I'a. 

Moni:i:x T,A\i;r.u;i 1 >. !>. S. 

'riieie are few in tlu' class of '24 who 
have Just llu> riu'lit de.i;ree of i'ver.\lliin;; 
as ha^ Mar.\. She has j;ood luciks. an al 
tracti\'e dispositiim. a lirillinnl inlellect. 
and is. ineidentiilly. one nt' mir hcst stn 
denls. 
Iliiiirr mill fiiii/rl nil iioiir inirrirs — 

l.iiiiflli mill fiiri.n I nil iimir inirs — 
liilll mill li.rlii iitlii-i's Insi' sif/lit of 

lliiir ml till this iihl irinlil i/iirs. 
This is tlir irlr Hull I llsr: 

II has III I'll' i/nlir hurl,' fin nil nrt. 
^11 ii'lirii nun nrr lilnr. iiist i.tiirinliri' — 

Dnnrr- -Inni/li — siiii/--nnil fnriirl. 

lieniirs — ('nllei;'e: Enrydice III. :i I : Crn- 
ciMe Stal'l' i:!i : (iratorie (:;i. 

Class: Cast: •i'illars of S.ieiety." 

Soeiet.x" : Secretary (.'ii. 




Page Sixty 



^i-^" 



IIEXRY L. IIKMAX 
Lebanon. I'a. 

HiSKIKIt AL-I'OLITICAI. 



K. L. S. 



We proudly bail "Henny" as our st;ir 
(luarterliack. and he is lari;ely responsible 
for the splendid showing of the r.liio and 
White against several of tlic strongest 
teams in the East. 

But "Henny." not content with tiiat. al- 
so shines in liasketliall. 1 asoball. and ospe- 
eially in tennis. Harry's ehief fault lies 
in not aiipreciating fully the distiuiiuish- 
ing feature of a co-educational institution. 
But there's still hope for him in his Sen- 
ior year. 

'I'irinklv. tiriiihic, little star. 
Iliiir thcjt irander irhcre i/oii are. 
h'tiitiiiiii/ liitirn the prtil kii fust — 
Don't (fell -tci- jiDii till i/dti'rr iiiist. 

Honors -— College: Football il.L'. :'. i: 
Basketball il. 2. :;i: Basc^l .-ill i 1. li. .".i. 
I'aptain i:;i. 

Class: F.H.tball il. U i ; Basketb,-ill i 1. 
2 I : Baseball i 1. L> i . 





i:i.iz.\i;i:iii .\i. m U'l'i.i-: 

l.ob.inoli, I';l. 
I lassical C. 1,. .^. 

Here's a lass w ith a heart of gold and a 
ready sniile for every one. Her power of 
gentleness is irresistible. She expects to 
make Africa the Held for her life's work, 
which makes us almost envious of those 
little blacks. \\v do not deem it safe for 
a girl to go to ilio foreign field alone, but 
don't worry .ilMHit "Ziiiby." she'll be safe. 
'I'll II iml. II fririnl. 
A ijiil tnii liliii. 
'24 )i(iir f/irc tirst irishrs trill'. 
In (itli.cr irurils — l'li:iitiith . 
'I'd iniil. 
Homu's — ('olb'L'o: Studi-iit \'oUinteers; 
Y. AV. C. A. 

Society: Anniversary Program (o). 






Page Sixty-one 




JOHX K. IIOVIS 
Rciuzfl'ville. l";i. 



SCIKXTIFIC 



K. L, S. 



■■•iMwn's" chief oc-fuiiation duriug the 
winter is readiui: tlie siKirtiug Cdliimuis. 
and in spring cliasini; ii(i]i-tlies around 
tliird liase. He lias uplield tlie honor of 
the class in most of the interclass contests. 
He iiossesses a line which works freely, 
and he usuall.v holds his own in the Tore- 
ador contests staged in the Boys" Dorm. 
I'liilrr till' ii'iilr mill njirti sill. 
Miihi iiir II hill mill Irt nil lir. 
[ml 111 slnii nil iliiii irith a uill. 
'I'llis III- tlir in, III llnil salt fo ine — 
.1 ijiiiiil. nil iiiniiiiil mil II is lir. 
will II nil is i/iiirt null still. 

Honors— College: Ueserve Basel.all (1. 
- I . 

Class: Tng of War (1, 2i: Fi.otliall 
(2): I-Iasehall il, lii : Volleyliull (2). 

Society: .'^er^'eant-at-Arnis (li: Cor- 
res. See'y ( •". i . 



II IIIHIIIHiill 



ROBERT J. KAXTZ 
Lebanon. Pa. 

HlSTORK AL-I'OLITICAL 

■•Roliliy" is a day student, and in fact a 
real student. He possesses a divine blusli 
which he very often employs, for he is 
easily embarassed. "Bobby" is ;i favorite. 
and a friend of every one. 
So biff a smile for so small a lad. 

You'll ayyee. ire never hare seen. 
For no other lad can smile lilce that — 
Sure, and it's "Bolihii" that ice mean. 




^s-:.l: 



Page Sixty-tii: 



L. 



\ ! I 



Mn,i>i;i;i> i; ki:i:iiii:i; 

llarrislmrj,', i'a. 
StIL.NTIFU C. L. S. 

■■ilid.w" and j;iiim1 s|ioi-t are iiitercluiiiyie- 
alile rt'i-iiis. These twn wcrds oliaracterize 
lier disiiositimi. lier actions — a .;;eiid simrt. 
A true friend, and a liaslietliall star. And 
\V(Hild .viiu llelie^■(' it slie wants te 1m' a 
scientist'.' Wlm s.iii] seience was a dr.\ 
snli.iect '.' 
i<lic iiix! viin't iisist iniiliiKi iin s ill Ihr 

III ill. 
lint tllllt i-t nil sill — r.ijiiiiillhl irhril 
Yiiii mull 'i III lil.r \l iili/r run ni iiiiiilil iln. 
Anil Ihiii sun tlinl I'liiipiil i n inis ml- 

hiiiiliil. tun. 

Honer.s — C'lilUvire : \arsily I'.askciiiall il. 
3) : Eiir.vdice i 1. i' ). 

Class: ■■(juitlic" ^\:\\'\' : Cla-s l!asl<et- 
liail I 1. L'. .•;!. 

Societ.v : .\nniversar.\ I'niu'r.ini (o); 
Corres. .Sec".\- ('_' i . 





i'i;i:i>i;ui( K l,.\i sii;i;. .ii;. 

1 larrislmi'-:. I'a, 

Il|s|i>l:|( AI -I'ol I I K M 

i'rn:;:.'ii-." a^ one niiu'lit .ind^'e from bis 
liliiitin.'raiili. i- .1 universal favorite. "Every 
lii.dy l(Hr- ■nil," r.nt ■fat's" forte is 
f....tl'all. wlioiv III' i- a sl:ir ol" llie first 
Hia;.'nil iid<'. .\^ arliiiu '"apinin durini; a 
Considei'alile part of la-l season lie was 

larirely res| sihl<> for imttin^' liirlit and 

s|iiril iiitd llie le.ini. We are looUini; for- 
ward to irreat lliinu's from liiiii on the grid- 
iron next fail. 
lliiis nil mil Inn n fnl ninn.' 

^\'l■ll. I'll sunn III- II irinin I . 
Fur iliiii hn iniii. in rnrii iriiii. 

I'm iirllini/ Ihiiini r nml lliiiiiirr. 

Honors — Colli'-e: I'c.oihall I'J. :'> ) . Cap- 
tain-elect I. 'I). 

Class: Volleyhall C'. .'; i ; I'outball (2) ; 
P.asketliall (.';i. 



( ^'^-'-'^ f" 



Page Sixty-three 



^ 



_?-> 




Iplllllllli.^fjll 



CHARLES C. I.KllKR 
Kefl I.idii, I'M. 

HiSTOKK AL-roLITIC AI, 



1'. L. S. 



■■Iliiikey." Rudcilpli \'ali'iiiiiiii's closest 
conuiutitor. has for a louy; time had a cor- 
ner on the male lieaut.v of the Junior 
Chiss. He is also noted as iiossessini; the 
fewest text-liooiis of any stndciit in scliool. 
His specialty is History, of which his 
linowledge is reuiarkahle. as it contains 
many original facts heretofore luiknown. 
He is especially strong on the discox'ery of 
America in 17S0. 
A jiirlcct fii/iirc. a iitrfcct fiirc. 
.1 iK'ifcel hiii!/iioi\ (I iicrfcct tirace. 
A /ii-rfcct hirer — iili ! that line. 
Tliiit sri]ils II tlirill nil the nirlivs' ftpine; 
A iierfert xiiiiii:. -SO sireet illii! eoil — 
117/(» (ill ix fiiiiil — (I jierfcct hull. 

Honors— College: tilee Clnh (1. 2, 3), 
Secretary (1' i : Mathematical Ronnd Tahle 
(1) : Reserve Foothall i3i : Reserve Base- 
hall il, 2) : York Co. Clnh. 

Class: Tiig of Wai- il. iM: Basehall 
I]. L'l : Basketball ( 2, 3 i : V(jllevliall (2) : 
Indoor Baseball (2). 



111:RMA.\ K. LKJllT 
Lebanon. I'a. 



Scientific 



K. L. S. 



Herman, who took his fri'shmaii year 
here, has lerurned to snb.iect himself once 
more to the educational atmosphere of 
Lelianon Valley. His specialty is Botany, 
and his special delight the I'.iology Lab. 
His chief diversions outside of his books, 
are liuntin.g for new records in the Vic- 
trola cabinet of the "Y" room, and hold- 
ing down fiiiiily the easy chair in the 
corner. 

IiKliistrioiis. hji jiiit^.s. 
A .ittiilenf, niethinl,-.^. 
Grjod lor,l;iii<i? 
Yes; ami. .\-(Ui. nc iiiiiihl. 
That an all a run ml Imii is 11 1- nil an 
Unlit. 
Honor.s — ( 'ollege : Ex-JIember of '23 ; 
Member of Class of "24 at Lehigh. Be- 
came a member of '24. L. V. C. in 1022. 




Paife Sixty-four 



gnj 



Ill UtoTlIY )■. .MAM'UA 

Kid-ely. .Md. 

MiuiKi;.\- I.ANcr \c;i: : Mv sic ('. I.. S. 

••Hull" :iiTivt'a at T.. A', fvuui Ilund :U the 
be^iiiniiii; of (Hir Junior \\':ii-. r.ii, it's a 
V(>ry .striking: f:ict that •■I'.ub" lia^ iiiailc as 
many fiirnds tis we oUl-tiincrs. and lias 
Willi licarts. too. She is also a imisirian 
of till' lii;;lK'st order. SUo surely believes 
in liliint: lier •■enemies." for instanoe. nieui- 
liers of tile .'-lolill. I'lass. 
77(1 ii'cii. Ilir mill, till a hi. till r mil life. 
I'll iimr lie liiiii/iji until I'm it iiilv: 
Xoir thin iiiir I Inn. iinir li i III iiVir thin, 
ymr this mil in tiliir. or him iritli nit linir. 
'I'liis nun. till 11 nun. I irillln i-iin't \rr 
Willi till 11 iiniiiiit -itiii) hiitliiriiifi mi. 
Honors — ('olIeLre: i 'riieililc StatT i:;i. 

Soeiety : Anniversary I'l-ouiam i.'li. 





KAI.ril i;. .MAKllX 

KonzerN'illi'. I'a. 

Si ii:xrii u K. I.. S. 

"Fat" is ihr seeoiid of the tlirer .Mar- 
tins to nest here at I.. \'. ( '. He lias made 
himself famous liy his ^'eiiial and e isy-j;o- 
in,:; disposition. lIo\ve\er. in tlie .luiiior 
jilay ho starred as a ner\oiis wreck and 
demonstrated to iis his masic ry nl' the 
sniokini: halil. I'al knows all the hy 
paths and lanes wliirli make the ■i,»iiitrie" 
famous. Imt lie i~ a student, too. and we 
Iiredift a hap|i.\ and snceessful fiilure for 
him. 

'I'liiiinili iiftrii II hii:ir. In is tu rcr n pil.-rr. 
(inr nniniiiii nf I'nt is ijiiilr hiiih ; 
T.iii'i rs' (/iiiirrils nri liis nrt, 
III irill sllrili: llii Ins [nut 
If II irir hit III rini.rinii nun tr.il. 

Honors — ('olIeLre: Seieiititic I'luh ill; 
I'rneil le staff ( ■-'. :ii. 

fl'lass: Tuu' of War ci i : Cast: "I'illars 
of Society" ^'■^). 



y^ 




IJ--' J 



J"^-_. -p . 



Page Sixty-five 




MARYAX r. MATISZAK 

Tlyde rark. Pa. 

■^CIEXTiriC P. 



L. S. 



iniimiill 



I'etf. one of the premier scientists of 
'--i. nialies liis home in the lahoratory, 
wliere he may he found at all times fool- 
hv^ around with ions, electrons and other 
high explosives. He is an exceedingly 
conscientious student, hurning the mid- 
night oil (pardon, we mean electricity) iu 
iIk' wee small hours, much to the disgust 
of the Finance (lonnnittee. Pete is also 
]irominent as the founder of the "(iallery 
fJang'" at Stai- ('iiui's(>. his social aspira- 
tions having Iieeii liliglited in his youth. 
.1 hrli/lll lif/hf in srirltir- ii iinnt itf de- 
Jill Her. 

A firru Iniirc'I iliiijt is In : 
Loiiiii/ xiihiiii II. sii iiiiniiui f I ivulit II. 
A f/iriit infill hr .simir iliiii mail he. 
Honors — College: Scientific Society (1) : 
Math. Itouiid Talilc (li: Crucilile Staff 
If. -. '■'•). l.ilerar.\ lOditor I 'J i . Associate 
Kditoi- [:•,): Assistant in Chemistry (.3). 
Class: First Honor Student (1): Tug 
of W.ir (Jl: Assistant Edifcir-in-Chief. 
■•(inittie:" Cast: -Pillars of Society" (oV 
Society: .Tanitiu' (li: lOxecutive Com- 
mittee (2) : ( 'orres. .svc'y c;) ; Mee-Presi- 
dent C^. ». 



IlFl.EX L. MEALEY 
New Marl^et. ild. 



HiSTOKICAL-PoLITIC AI. 



P. L. S. 



Tread softly '. Helen is listening to the 
AVhistler. Her amiiition is to be a school 
teacher, hut we think that she will he 
nicii'e picturesque ill a liome. 
"■hist II liiir 
Of I'rrr rrrsc 
'I'll siiii Hint irr 
lliipr 

II ill II II- ill Iiiin all 
Kiiiilfi of (looiJ l^iiik." 
Honors— College : Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3) : 
Eurydice (1. 2): I>ramatie Society (2). 
Society: (/lionian (1) : Delphian (2, 3). 




Page Sixty-six 



r 



.ii:k( iMi: s. s-i'a.mi'.aiii 

Y..lk. l';l. 

Ci.AssR Ai. r. I., i^. 

The fair-Iiairi'd. ri'd-rbcfkfd 1,h1 wliu 
has liecoiut' i|iiitc poiiular alKHit L. ^■. C. 
He Is a good sport, and wIh'U it comes to 
Class events lie Is sure to I'c there to ilo 
bis share. He is alwa.vs reail.v for .a .jolly 
good time. 

Hrii ilhhih . 'h ilhlillr 
Tliif) 1)1(1)1 (i)iil his till lilt . 
Tl)cii sini'lii 111)1 /■<■! / i)fi II liiiir: 
Ami III pi I Drill X. lui). 
Willi) llirri'x III) Ji.isiDis III till. 
Tr.v. irt'ii sDif Hint itmi'll In in nf li.iiii 
soon. 

Honors — l'oll<';.'e: Ministeriuui (2. 3 i : 
A.ssistant in P.asketliall ILM: Y. M. C. A. 
Cnliinet i •". i : St.ir Course rnnimitteo (2. 
3 I. 

Class: I'.askethall 1 2. .3 1 ; \'.>lle,vhall 
(2) : Tui.' of \\:\v (2 I : X'iee-I'resideiit 1 .3 c 
Soeiet.v : Chaplain i2i; Kditor (3,1. 





liiilfr^ ^irlll 



.\.\.\A C. \( II. I, 
I'.-ihii.N r.i. i'a. 
Moi]i;i;x I.ANcirAni: 



C. 1,. S. 



.\uiia liidks 1 1; .iiiil ilciiiure. Iml he- 

wari'! llei- ^.n-i.il ~l r.ili'L:ie~ .an' a n-\clM- 
ticMi. and there's a qnaiitit.v of niisuspecied 
fun and talent hidden nnderne.ath lier shy 
niannei'. .\nii,a is a star i)i l,anL;nnL.'e. in.i. 
•and — there i^ .i lammr llial slir i-. fond of 
the Star i 'onrse. 

// '/// lilt iiiiiltl irrir llllilr r/.v ihiill 

Ax siiiiiiil littlr Aiillil \i)ll. 
'I'llis tlhlff troillil III' II jllllll sihniil 

Anil /jrorc rrffplitiii In tin lule. 

Honors— Collei-'e : Y. W. C, .\. ( 1. 2. 3) ; 
Oratorio ( 3 i . 

Society: T'sher (2i; .\nnivers,ary Pro- 
.grani. 



l_ 



Page Sixty-seven 



T n 




zjy 




IMTII II. (lYEi; 
Shii>iii'iisbur.^'. I'a. 

HlSTOinCAL-I'OI.lTICAL 



D. L. S. 



Little Ruth of ihc Miilniiii luiir and the 
f ri'cklts : the wiii.^dnie smile for young and 
old. short and tall. .She has great dra- 
matic ability, aud was oue of the (raruest 
workers of the (Juittie Staff. Isn't it a 
pity that Ruth isn't twiusV 
h'lilli. /••-• xiiiiiiii. h'uth isn't tall, 
1,'iitli /.s- hrillidiit. tliat's nol all. 
liutJi lil-rx Enyliah. Drama aiiM hikes. 
And it's Rntli licr.'(clf that everi/one likes. 

Honors— College : Y. W. ('. A. (2. 3); 
Delegate to Eaglesmere ( 2 ) : Crucible 
Staff (2. 3) : I-^urydice (1. 2. 3), Librarian 
il). Sec. (2) : Dramatic Society (1. 2). 

Class: Treasurer (3i: C.ist : -Tillars 
of Society" (3) : Quittie Staff. 

Society: Clionian (ll. I'ianist : Delphian 
(2, 3). Chaplain (2): Treasurer (3). 



PAfL E. RHIXEHAKT 
Annville. I'a. 



Cl..\SSICAI. 



P. L. S. 



Rhiuehart is u.sualUy heard before he 
is seen, for he has a most penetrating 
laugh. For this reason he has passed all 
his courses with credit, as he laughs at all 
the Profs' .iokes. Paul lias departed this 
life via matrimony, imt lie. nevertheless, 
seems quite happy. lie is noted as a hard 
worker and a most efficient rooter at all 
'S'arsity games. 

Here's to mir prcarhrr man. 

Earnest ami true. 
TTe knoiv lic'U he n yiuccss — 
And a good hUh.oii. too. 
Honors — Cone,ge : Jlinisterium (1, 2, 3l. 
Class: Tug of War (2) ; Volleyball (2). 




Page Sixty-eight 



J 



V Tt 



jiAr.Ki. M. Kii'i-; 

Aiiii\'ille. I'a. 
Moniiix I.AXGi'AGi: <'. I., s 

ilalicl is mil' of our day stuiU'iits. Slir 
(loosn't iiicaii iimeli to '-4 as far as avoir 
duiuiis is I'niiei'i-ued. l)Ut we wril lumw 
that sho lias tile spirit thai i,'i'ts ihiiiL^s 
done. Mallei ex'iieets to he a teacher, aud 
we feel tliiit she will niine than eonie up 
to ear exiiertatieiis. 

(It nil iiiir r/i;.sv//i,//r.v. ///( .sjiialUst 
l.s Miihil — (//((/ ii'i- run till 

'I lint tllr Klilllll mil K inr tllr i/nml mil's. 

Anil till' mil's irliii rriilhi iln in II. 
Ilellors — .'siiriet\ : Mi'ImImm' ll. 1'. '■'• I . 





c. i;m(U;v kiiohki. 

1 i.-illas|,.\\ 11. l';i. 
S( ij:\ I IFIC 1'. 1.- S. 

"l/zy." Ilie I'resliiiiaii wlz.iril. Ihe Snjili- 
iiiiiiirr stiideiil ami .ilniusl llic .liliiinr — '.' 
IJiil he is fninl (it cr.-ieliiim kiinlly iinililenis 
in (^'alcailtis. His iiinniniale s.iys " 'Izzy' i.s 
always lms.\ — -when I waul him I" helli 
cle.-in the luimi." lie li.is ilnis far limited 
his siici.-il aeii\-ilii-. Ill his lieiue lewii. ex- 
eept on eiie nr l\\i> oeeasiniis ! 'I'liii never 
can tell where thise i|uiet |eiiiile will 
hreak onl next. 

Sllllf III sliinl.' unit slmr In ilrl. 
Afrniil lit irmiii II. ninl iiinllri- nl tnrl. 
Slii/lil lit linii nnil iiiiiil, in n inlli - 
I'lii'il .11111 lir'x II Ktnr ill liiinis ninl \lntli. 

Iliiimi-s— Cnlle-e: M.-ilh. K.niml Talih' 
I 1. ■_' I : .'scielltilic .-Jiiciely 111. 

riass: Tim' nf War i L' i : llaskethall 
{■2\. 

Sdcittv: Iteciirdin;,' Secretary l.'ll. 



Page Sixty-nine 




■1 




CLAUDE E. uri'l' 
Harrisburg. R. I >. I'a. 

HiSTOltKAL-FoLITICAL P. Li. S. 

"Claudey." as tlie fair sex have affec- 
tionately (liilibed liiui. is a familiar figure 
at L. V. Every evening lie can be seen 
standing at tbe Pennway trying to bop a 
ride to Palmyra. He bas never told us 
the attraction, but «'e tliink be intends to 
settle down soon. 
//'//'/ (It iriirk oil t!ic foiithdlJ i/riil 

III Iiis vliisscs 'iiiitr tlic sdiiK', 
Itiil he shines the hest in that i/car-roiind 
siioit 
lliiil is culled the f^ocial Game. 

Honors — College: Reserve Footliall (1, 
2, -i). 

Class: Football U, 2): P.asketliall (2, 
3). 



!■].( ii;i:Nri-, M. si;iFitiEi> 

Columbia, i'a. 
MODEKX F.\NGrAGE !>. L. S. 

Flossie is tbe iiersoniticatiou of atbletics. 
energy and entbusiusm. Her desire for an 
education is seen by the fact tbat tlie wee 
small bours of tbe morning are not un- 
known to ber. P.y all apiiearanees. sbe 
is strong for Froi'k>.- -i 'bitbes. I mean. 
"Long live Flossie." 

Gif/ples. f/ifffjles. errriiirhrre — 

Flossie, iioil'rr tin' one 
117/0 ninhcs i/nil Iniiiihtir in our iloiiii 
From iliiirn till sittiiiii sini. 
Honors— College : Y. W. ('. .\. (1. 2. 3 I : 
Eurydlee (2, 3i: Drama tie Society (1.2). 
Class: Basketlial! (1. 2. 3) : Cast: "Pil- 
lars of Society" (3). 




Pa//e Seventy 



n r 



RKNTOX I'. SMITH 
Royalti'U. I'a. 

HlSTORICAI.-rOI ITU AL 



I". L. S. 



Beiitciu is serious in iiiosr tliiii;;s ami cx- 
oeprioiially so in sonie — nsli ])ot. He is 
essentially a business man. anil as our 
(.'lass presideur. is found to be a leatltr 
who can do tbius'^. Ken. as be;ul waiter, 
also suided our activities in the dininj: 
hall, and did it well. too. We know Royal- 
ton i.s waitiu.i; for you to take your pnsi- 
tion as a true "Pillar" in the town. I'.eu. 
"may your roof never leak, and ynur 
• bridse never fall." 

'llidi name — ol'. so coiiuiioii. 

I'diiniil hold him ihiivn. 
A smile for nil taxi's — 
JIi's too husy to froirn. 
Hiinors — Colleso : Reserve F.Miiball i J. 
:l I : .\ssistant Kasketliall .Manai-'er r2. :; i : 
r.c.ard of Trade (li : X. o. S. o. 
(2. .'! I : Crucible Staff (2. o). 

Class: "Quittie" staff: Cast: 
of Socitty" (;!i: T'u;.' of War il 
President cJ i : President (:!i. 
.Soeiety ; .lanitnr i J i . 



T. Cluli 



•Pillars 
: Nice- 





omniiiiyil 



I iiAi;i.i:s c. SMITH 

Windsni-, I'a. 
S( ii.Niii ic P. L. S. 

C. C. — ibe man w Imse nntiiinL' elforts 
h.-ive done njnc-li In ni.il<e ibi~ IkioR the 
success tll.it it is. He has .always been ene 
.•f I he leaders .>f ■mr class, .-is well as the 
entire sehnol. I . C. li.is dabbled in all sri- 
ences. es|ieeially making' a name fnr him- 
self in Physics, He is aUn im mean art- 
ist as is partly slnovn by his w.nk in this 
book— but you h.avenl seiai llie half .if it. 
/'(/( II -hill; III III! tiililis, 'lis iiisii III in'Di'r. 
I II I'll ill Srii till-. 1,1 l.il. i/ilili IIIIIHOVC. 

I I nil niii II tnii'ii. I nil i-iiinil nil llii slurs, 
^rinlih iii'f II stnni. imiiil n iiiiinrr nf 

Mnis. 
I niltiiif Ihnl nil trnilis iiir insilii iluitr, 
Itiil I riiiitiss I iIiih'I liiuir If I iiiiisti r itiir. 

Honors — Colle-e: Crurilile Staff I 1. 2. 
:;i. Associate Kditor (2. .". ): Y. M. C. A. 
(.'abinet l2l. Mce-President (Ml : .\ssistant 
Manaiier of Rasketball i 2. :'. i : Star Course 
Cnmmittee (2|. 

('lass: Presi<l<'sr i2i: i;ditor-in-( 'hief, 
■(Juittie:" Cast: "Pillars ef Society" lol : 
Stage Manager .Junior Play. 

society: Reciu-dinsr and CorresiioiidiiiL' 
Secretary |2): \'ice-President l3i. 






Piiffe Seventy-one 




i:i.WOOD C. STAI'.LEY 
Red I.inii, I'a. 
HiaTonicAr.-I'oi.iTK ai. 



L. S 



"Stabe." our IWisiiu-ss Manager, claims 
Red Lion as his Imnje town. He is a stu- 
dent — u liriglit one. and practical, too. 
Stabe. in fair sunny weather may be found 
on the tennis courts whenever his sched- 
ule iiermits, that is, when he isn't visiting 
a certain home in Annville. It appears 
that relationship lietween him and Benton 
is inevitaVile. 

If fill thnf's hcrii irriiten 
Could he penned (ir/tiin. 
irf sail a-9 of old. 
StahJei/'y Prince nnionei men. 

Honors — College : Basketball. Junior 
Varsity (2). Varsity (3); Tennis (1. 2); 
Assistant JIanager of I'ootball (2i: Sec- 
retary of Men"s Senate (o) : Secretary of 
Athletic Council (3). 

Class: President (1. 2) ; Basketball (2) ; 
Baseball (1) ; Tug of War (1. 2) : Busi- 
ness Manager of "Qnittie" (3). 

Society: Corresponding Secretary (2): 
Recording Secretary (3): .Tndge (3). 



RlCIIARIi K. STAI'FFER 
l.eb.inon. I'a. 

ilOTlERX I.A-NCIAGI: 

■■I>ick" can be cliaracterized easiest by 
just saying he is our pride and .ioy. He is 
an athlete, especially the parlor kind, and 
he is a student, when the time demands. 
His hotel has l:een a life saver many a 
time, and when it comes to friends, he has 
as many as he has acipiaintances. 

/ II si; hut this. 
Tluit I mini ser mid hiini to Inioir tlie 

I'-orld. 
I'll mi.i iritli men of ireril elii.i.i atld creed. 

And thus 111 lire. 

Honor.s— Colli ge: Basketball (1): Re- 
serve Football 111. 

Claiss: Football ili : Basket])all (1. 2 1 : 
Baseball (1 i. 




Page Seventy-t^i'o 



MAKIi: i:. STKISS 

( 'iiiii'slcii;a. • )nt.iriii 

Uisruiiir \i -I'di.ri K \i, I '. I.. S. 

We pii'si'iit t'i>r your apiu-ovtil liloiide 
JIai ii- of ('anaila. She's a real uirl. a 
,i:oo(l pal — tnic lilui'. "Long live tUc 
King!" if l\p lias many more subjects like 
Marie in liis (lomiiiion. 
With iiirx III hliii . 
Ami II licdit Hint's Inn 
.1 siiiiiiii ipiiit iniriii mill hrii/lil. 
Ynti rliirr iiiir iriiii. 
And iliiii hii iliiii 
Ydiii- rllirl- lllni.i xllililiiirs illln lii/lll. 

Ilnnois Colle-e: Math. Uound •|'ahh' 
il. 1' I : NV. S. i;. A. S.ipli. nieniher: Y. W. 
r. A. SiMTitar.\ i.';i; Mgr. of (iirls' \'fir- 
sity liasketbali I :', i ; F.nr\(liee (1). 

r[as~: Secretarx i -J I : Itasketliall (1. 2, 
;; I ; Captain ( 1 i . 

Soeiety : Annixcrsary Program ['■'<). 





MiiiitAV I,. s\\"A\i;i:i; 

.\lo\\els\ille. I'a. 
< ■[ VSSIC M K. L. S. 

Suanuer lias In nie lieller acquainted 

wiili I,. \. than an.\ oihi'i' sindeut. Lan- 
-'nages ale iii- faNorite study — writing 
poeiry. his lavorile lioliliy. JSwauger lias 
developed a wonderful line which he uses 
in summertiine to persuade lieoiile to pur- 
eliase of file wide line n( liool;s he carries. 
Miirra.x will uiii a name for himself on 
llle plll|iil 

Miiniril.' Will. I iiiifxs: 

I'll nihil .' )'iiii iii^l Til I. 

A liiiiiilii mini III iiiiiilliiiiji 

Is Siiiini/ri iliHi'l litri/il. 
Honors— Class: 'I'n- of W.ir (2i. 



Page Seventy-three 



< 



,-cr7v>;v'C 



I ■ 




IDA E. TROTT 
Lebanon, I'n. 
JIoni;i!.\' Language 



C. L. S. 



Ida never has nnicli to say. Init i-sbe is 
sincere in wliat slie does say. which, after 
all. is a real .trift. Underneath the timid- 
ity and jjentleness there is a desire to be 
siiccessfnl. And we iirojiliesy a liappy and 
successl'nl life for Ida. 

Quiet iiKiiiiicr mil! simiilr iiriirr. 

Errr i/riitlr iiiiil Inir. 
Your liiiil liriirt irill iijinnix iriii 
(Irrllf sllrri'><s fitr ilnll. 
Honors— ('(dle.^'e: Y. W. ( '. A. Cabinet 
(2) : Student ^'olunteers (1, 2. 3), Secre- 
tary and Treasurer (1). 

Society: ('haplaiii il); .Vnnivcrsary 
Troirrani CI). 



\!X('K.\T K. rXDEUKOFFLEU 

l.t'iianon. I'a. 
Scientific 1'. L. S. 

"Vince" is one of those elusive <lay stu- 
dents who eonie "froui Lciianon up." liut 
we've got his lumiber .iust the same. He 
has a strong affinity for Chemistry and 
we feel sure he will shortly invent i\ way 
for producing black whitewash. Vince is 
a past master of the "wise-crackers" and 
he has plenty of brains to go with it. 
I iliiiif 111 mill riiiilrtilril lilil. 

I'm xiiirlii III is sriil'iiii sail — 

Ami lir nut foulril hii his qiiiii iriiii. 

I'm II 'riil,-ii hull is ] iiiiiiil K. 

lloiicirs I olh'gc : lieserve I'.aseliuU ( Ll ) . 




Page Sfi^enly-jonr 



o-j- 



■ MB 



I.KXA A. \Vi:iSMAN 

Kiiili'iitHii. I'm. 
K(II:XT11IC I'. I.. S. 

••/(i. 11(111 Ik III Dull ijiil liiiifihiiiii .' 
Vnii tliiiil,- •■■III 's nil I nil. 
lint Ifir iiiiifrls hiiti/li. Itii). 

\l llll 1/1,1, il v//i llils ill, , II . 

If Niiu want til rcMlly kmiw Leiui. i,'(.'t 
lOdii i linker td tell vh. She knows licr 
lijaiiy virtut'-^ — licr fru vices. She is re.-il- 
l.v .if the 'hnu.l" ~lierie~ :.'.mic1 sthllellt. 
i;o(m1 eiini|iMn.N, v'e'nl fnii. 
.1 srirnti/fr II u Itliii ist 

/.v iiih/litil liiiiil II, tiiiil. 
(tr If II II iiiiii i\lir sririil i\l - 

"lis till siniii tit null itnii'l iiiiiiil), 
lint thill /v I.I ml iii.it iiiisrt. 

I'm I.I nil i.\- tin ill ri 1 1 .v/ int. 

lienors— ('elle,i.'e: V. \V. ( •. A. (1. 2. :". i : 
Miith. Koiind Tuhle i 1. 2). 
( 'Im<^ : 'I'l-c isurer ^->^. ('a-l: i'ill.ii'- of 
Societ.N '■ i:; I : i.mittie Sr.iff. 

Soeiet.\ : IMitoi- i :.' i ; I'^her i 1 i : Ke- 
eorilin,:: Seerer.Mr,\ (:ii: .\iini\ ei-i i \ I'ln 
LTMin ( :'> I . 





i:iii;.\i; .m, wiii.'-i i.i:i; 

Alt a, I'a. 

Sen .\ I M le 

IMilie -or i~ it ■Ro-ei-V" tlie liearl 
hreaker. line hy one he gathers I hem in. 
lull who ean hate him for tlialV lie lias 
had loiv of exiierienee. too. sinee .joinin.i; 
the Clee Clllli. in wllieh lii- di'ep liass 
Voice limires >tionL;ly. laldie has reii 
ilere(l faithful sej\ ice to llie N'aisity s(|iiad 
and dons a lia<ilall ^nit in s|iiiii;; to kee;i 
in trim. 

In r.ihlii . in Irish thi hrst 
'I'llllt lilr rilll rrri Illilli/, 

)! II II his Instil SI, 111/, mill III mil/ Iniii/li 
I" (I- III, III llirii hill, 1,1/ rilll/. 

Honors— Colle-e: Fooih.ill i 1. li. :; i ; 
r.a^ehall ( I ), 

I 'las-.: Footl.all i 1. L' i ; l;a>kethall ( 1. 
•2 I : llasel.all i I ). 



Page Sc-venty-jive 



■ n 




IJIIIIIIII 



Fl.oUKXCi: .M WlllLMAX 
Elizaliethville. I'a. 

?IlsT0n!('AI.-r(1I.ITri'AT, C'. L. S. 



WitlicMit ■■ 
dull and drti 
a frequent i' 
is whispered 
iinnicly : "Tci 
is a sHident. 
t(i do slie is 
don't think 
will ever I 
there is need 

■■\i(llif 

"Beethoi 

"Sata)iic 

"Thrrc i- 

■■ llo-ix" 

Ilnnors— C^ 

Sueiety ; 1 

tary ( ) ; Ai 



Floss- North Hall w.mld he 
iiry. her spontaneous laugh is 
enilnder to the proctors. It 

that she lias oni> thought. 

love and to lie loved." She 

too. and when there's work 
always there. Xo. Floss, we 
that the teaching profession 
leconie compulsory, hesides. 

of teachers in the home. 



ni'x Mniiiilii/lil ,'<<iii(itn" 

lUllrs- 
,■ Soiiirhiiilii W'intiiiii for Mr" 

ollege: Y. W. c. A. (1. 2, 3t. 
'slier 111; Korording >?ecre- 
iiiviTsary Frograni (3). 



■\VAT,TER F. \YOLF 
Hartford, Conn. 

SciEJiTll'IC 

Walter, the woman-hater — metamor- 
phosed. However, times have changed 
since Walter was a Frosh. so we see bright 
prosiiects liefore him. ■\^'alter is a born 
athlete, the pride of our Class. He Is a 
fla.sh on the FSasketliall court, and was the 
Captain of the (Quintet in the last season, 
he also Caiit.aiiied ilic liaseball team, sea- 
son 31 12-. 

Willi ]\'iill<T nil Ihi iliiniKiiiil. 

Willi run sun liiiir inniiil irr inc. 
I'm- lir ix L. I .'.V tirirh-r. 

I ml hr xiirrli/ is n star. 
Hon, ,rs— College: I'.aseball (1. 2): Cap- 
: I'.asketliall (1. 2, 3). Captain 



t.-ini I 
(3). 
Cla> 



!•'• 



itb.-ill 111. 




Paffe Sevtnly-six 



't^l-i~ 



I. ; 



t i 



rORTE A. WOLFE 
I.ebanon. I'a. 



^( IKXTIKIC 



K. I.. S. 



I'di-tt'. tilt' iiieompai'alile tine, the "dizzy- 
izzy cif '24." lie's tbe orisiinal iikiuiu (lis- 
peller. tlie liest uptiuiist. aiul without 
ilmilit an athlete who eaii he deiiended 
\i]iiiii til in-iiduee the goods in time of need. 
I'orte is a student, too. if .vou don't he- 
lieve it watch him in action in flie Cliem- 
isti'v I.ali. nr in Economies. 

// '(// ///(■ irolvrs inrv uiir irolf. 
W'liiit II i/rent irolf thiit iroiilil hi-.' 

But I'orte it) quite flic finiiiicst ^Volfe 
Thiit ii'iii i-inilil ever .see. 

Honors — Collese: Reservt> Fonthall i J i : 
Reserve Rasehall ill: \'ar<itv I'.aseliall 
l2i. 

Cla.ss: Fiiiitl.al! ili 
." I : Ha.sehall ill. 



l;.lslietli:lll I 1. 





U II.I.IA.M i: \Vi II.FE 
I.i'liaimn. I'a. 
.'^riicXTii-ic 

.\li. what is tliis i-unmr — ■'I'.ill. a married 
man'.'" Ilow can it he'/ If it's true, we 
liope lie will like the "'double harness" ar- 
ran^'ement: if iint. we all sympathize. Re- 
;.'ardless. of that. I'.ill is a gimd athlete 
and has proven sn in days gone hy. 
■'7'//^ Tennis ruiirl.s n.i Biliii iloes" — 
We iri/iiiler iihiit thiit meiins? 
Hut nh-Ji-h .'—Bill is II shtirk at Ijoth 
Teiinin anil Coiirtini/. it .seein.s! 
lliiiiors— College: Football iL'i: Basket- 
ball il, 2, .3) ; Reserve Football ll). 



Page Seventy-seven 



p ■ 



0?Eas5«*i?K3Vt 



AVILBnt li. WF.ISEK 
Feltoii. It. 1).. I'a. 



^CTEXrilTC 



P. L. S. 



r.ill chiiiiis to 111- n member of the Faculty, oi- at least be attended many of tbeir 
uieetiiiirs wilbiii the hist two years. They have even granted bini siiecuil iirivileges 

can earn any grade he 



diirniii the year. Kill is a lirilliant "stude." however, and he 
cares to have. lie takes to Calculus like a fish to water. He 
lie never lets his classes interfere with his College Education. 

Little WilUe H'c/.vc;- 

Runs aliiiKt 1h( toirn, 
Doilf/iiuj iiU It is (7((.sS(.s. 
IJlc (I iiicrii' churn 
-Colh'^re : .Math. Round Table (1); Science i.'lub (1) 



Honors- 

cible Start C 

Society : 



as one fa tilt, however- 



Chess Club (II ; Cru- 



•Janiti.ir (2 I. 



V.\>\.\ M. YAKE 
.\nnville. Pa. 
JIoiiKiix I,A-\(a Aoi: 



D. L. S. 



I'jlna is one <if Lebanon Xalley's all 
around girls. Although born and bred in 
Annville. she does not give the impression 
of coining from a small country town. She 
is well liked, too. being cmisidered a "hail 
fellow, well met" companion. We know 
that she is destined to find a pleasant 
route through the world. 

^he left IIS oiici — /re missed hir so. 

We felt ire eoiihl iiiit let her iin. 

So she eaiiie Jiaek. tiiiil irliat is more. 

She is still a me)nber of ''2-i. 

Honors — College: Dramatic Club (2): 
Eurydice (ll ; 1'. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3). 




Pa/;e Seventy-eii/hl 



r* ' 



,i^- 




i:(>i;i:ki' c vaki: 

Aiiiivillc, \-:\. 
lIisKiiiii \r -I'di HUM. K. T.. S. 

Yaki' iir ■■]'.. ilihy," He is f\vt\ iilace. 
and is alwavs ilir saiin' (■()uscii'iitii>iis 
■•P.dliliy." ihi iiiartir whal lia|ilH'Us. lie 
lias Weill l.its of ]i(ipulaiir.\ lliinimli liis [iiT- 
sniialiry and liis ucin'ral alliloiic aliility 
and spin-lsnianship. lie's Just ■i'.nMiy."" 

'-4 /s jn nihl '(/ // //// - - 

Our lidschiill iiniiii's lie licl/is tn ii'iii. 
A hdslifii] hoi/, lull ii'Iiii i-ini siiii 

Thiit hii nil fulness in, n't iniir (nniii.' 

llniii.rs— ('(.lie,:,'!': I'.asi^hall il. L' i ; Re- 
servo I'odlliall ll. L'. ;;i. 

Class: Feetliall ll. L' i ; N'.ill.'yliall 1 2. 
S\: P.askellMll 11'. ■.\i: I'.aseliall d. _' i . 



srsAX p.. ZKKU.KK 
Red Lion. I'a. 

ilOllERX I-ANGlAnE ] >. I,. S. 

■•Suie" is iKit a Id;; talkei'. Imt she wins 
them with her smile. Is she a student. 
tooV 'Well, i-alher. And sli-h-h. we well 
know that shiih' i.ne will fall victim to 
that smile and lueky will he the one who 
does. For her we )irediet a hri;;ht future, 
as is only wlll■tll.^■ of her charms. 
Tliis hoh-liiiii I ll lass of J4'.s iliiss 
/.« ileiH'niliihli mill sin it in- nil Ininir ; 

But arc iinii in rare. 

Ill s/iitc of her Ilir. 
She's as tricki/ as miii thai i/iuir. 
Honor.s— College : Y. 'W. C. A. (2. 3). 




Piiffe Seventy-nine 



1 


1 i 



i I 




Page Eighty 



:7^0 



^ 



-f-^^J-^ 



/ ^ 3- ^'l* -^ w-p V^t ^^^ « ^ »^ 




/■:fi!: 




^•■'■: -;"^ ")^-''' ■•■■•-%5?1;4#>/"-' '^^'H.^ii^-^^ 






v^b-^ 



■(J 



Pa^? Eighty-one 



=^-.' 



(Elass nf lUaS 

MOTTO 

"Thimig'h Difficulties to Yiftory" 

COLORS FLOWER 

Blue anil AYliite Cream Rose 

OFFICERS 

F/r.s'f Semesid- 

President T. Howard Burtner 

Vice President Estella Hughes 

Seen tari/ iladie Shoop 

Treo~surer Joseph Kessler 

Second Semester 

President AVilf red Perry 

Vice Pr( sident ilary Hair 

Seerefanj ]\Iartha Schaeh 

Trectsiiri r Lester Leach 



CLASS YELL 

We treat 'em rough- 
AYe eat 'em alive — 
1— D— 2— 5. 



Page Eiglity-iii:o 




Page Eighty-three 



I I 



i 





ALFRED L. ACHEXHACIl— Seientitic. K. L. S PHlmyra. Pa. 

lloiiiiis — Class: Focitliall (U i ; liasUcrliall fJ): 'I'wj of AVai- il. 21: ( aptain VulU-yliall 

(11 1. 

EDWARD H. ADAMS— Scientific. P. L. S Pine Grove. Pa. 

Hoiiiirs — CdllcLrc: Scientific Societ.v (1) : Di'lesate tn State Y. M. ('. .\. Couvciition (2). 
Class: 1mm. Hall (2i: Hasketliall (1): Tug of War 1 2 1 : \'ollc.vl.;ill d, 21. 

FRANK ( '. AUXGST— Historical-Political AnnviUp. Pa. 

WILLIAil H. BEII.XEY— Scieiititic. P. L. S Lelwnoii. Pa. 

Honoi-s — Class: Twj: nf War (1 1. 

:\IRS. FKAXCKS \V. lil.OSE— Special Aiiiiville, Pa. 

S. MATILDA BOWMAN— Special. D. D S Lehanon. Pa. 

Ilonoi's — Collt.ije : First Hoiicirs in 'JViniis Tdurnaiuent ill. ('lass: liasketliall (]). 

ELIAS D. BRESSLER— Clas.sical. K. L. S Lehanon. Pa. 

IlciiKirs — ('(lUffic: Minlstcrinni. ('lass: 'I'nt; of W.ir (1). Societ.v: Ser^ieant-at-Arms 

J. HOWARD HURTNER— Scientific. K. L. S Paliiivra. Pa. 

Honors— Colle;j;e ; Reserve Football (1): Varsit.v Fiwtliall (21; \'olle.vli;ill d). Class: 
President CJ ) ; Treasurer (li. Societ\ : ( 'orresiiontling Secretary (2): Ser^-eant-at-Arms 
(] ). 

ELSIE M. CLARK— .M(xlei'n Laiiguaoe. 1). L. .S Dowmngtown. Pa. 

Honors — CoUeixe : (Oratorio (2). Society: Warden il), 

WILLIAM M. CLARKIN— Historical-Political Hartford. Conn. 

lI(.nors— (/ollese: Varsity Football (1. 2»: Varsity Basketliall (1. 2i; \'arsity Baseball 
(1. 21. Cl.-iss: F(.otliall ( 1 1 : I'.aseball C I. 

CHARLES W. DAN DO— Historical-Political. K. L. S :Minersville. Pa. 

Honors — (_'ollej;e: Cnieible Staff (1. 2): Math. Itonnd Table Ci: Second Assistant 
F^ootball >Iana?j:er (2); I'ress liepresentative (2). Society: Anniversary I'rogram (1); 
I'nlilicity F.ditor (ll: Sergeant-at-Arnis (1); Kditor (1). 

SARAH R. DEARWECHTER— Modern Language, C.L.S. Fredericksburg, Pa. 

Honors— CoUei^'e: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2). 

RAY F. DECK— Scientific Fredericksburg. Pa. 

llonoi-s — (Graduate of JJillers^•ille State Xornial. 

LOLA C. DESEXBKRG— Historical-Political. D. L. S Red Lion, Pa. 

Honors — Colle,i;e: Y. W. C. .\. (1. 2). 

ETHEL L. DONOLGH— Classical. I). I.. S L(d)anon. Pa. 

DANA 1). DUNNICK— Scientific, P. L. S York. Pa. 

ISRAEL B. EARLEY— Scientific. K. L. S Palmyra. Pa. 

ARMEDA V. ELLENBERGER— Historical-Political Cleona. Pa. 

J. LEONARD PAY— Historical-Political llai'tford. <'oiin. 

Honors — Colle,i;e : Reserve Football (1. 2i: Class: Football (1. 2i. 

RAY.MOND J. FINN- Historical-Political. P. L. S Hartford, Conn. 

Honors— Collese : Baseball (1. 2). Class: Baseball (1): Basketball (1. 2): Football 
(2) : 'tug of War (2). 



H^ 



Page Eiglity-jour 



O 



1 JEK(_).ME W. l-'HOCK— Ilistdriral-Pdiitu'al llari'isl.ui'u-. l':\. 

Honors— CoUeiie : X'arsity Football ( U i . I'lass : l'.asl;otliali d' i ; \'ollc,\ liall i2i. 

EDITH GEVER— :M(m1oi-ii I>;nioiiaov. C. L. S .^liildlolou n. Pa. 

Honors — (■■olIcL.'c : Y. W. C. A. ( i. 'J i : Society: IVhor ili; ( 'oi-r<>>|ioii(rnm Sccn'lar.\ 
(2): Aiinivorsary I'roirraui d' ) . 

FLOSSIE :\I. (IROFF— :\Iodofii Laiigiiagv I.oliaiioii, I'a. 

ESTET>LA E. GRrHI! — :\Iodorii Laiiguagv. ('. L. S Ihiinnirlstdw ii, l>a. 

Honors— C.ill.'-c: Y. AV. i . A. (1. 21. 

J. PAL'L GRI'VEH— Ilistofical-Politiral. P. L. S TTai'i'isoiilmro. Va. 

Honors — Society: Chai'lain (2i: Editor i2i. 

:\IARY K. IIAIK— Clas.sical. C L. s \c« I llnimili-'ld. Pa. 

Honors — C.illouo: Y. AY. ( '. .\. i 1. 2i. Cahinct ili; Student N'ohnitiers Sei'> i2i; As- 
sistant Leader of rrayerineet in:; i2i. Society: ( liapl.-iin ili; .\nniM r~ary rro^T.-iin l2i. 

J. FREDERICK IIEILMAX— Ilistoi'ical-Politieal LeKanon. Pa. 

Honors— ColleL'e: Ueserve Footliall ili: \'arsit.\ Football 1 2 1 : I'.a-eliall (li; Iteserve 
BasUetliall ili. i'lass: I'ootl^all (li; r.asUelball il. L' i : I'.a- lull ili: Trcavurer i IV 

SAMUEL E. IIOKE— Scieiitiric. P. L. S Meversdale. P:i. 

Honors— Class : Tu- of AYar (2): \dlleyl all Hi. 

HELEN K. II()S'l'E'l'TER—IIist(irical-P()litic-al. I). L. S. . . . Hli/,al.etlit.i\\ ii. Pa. 
Honors — lolle-'e: Y. \Y. i '. .\. Cabinet ill: F.ni-ydice i1. 2i: (ir.itorio rj i ; |iele:rate 
to Eaglesniere ili. (lass: \ice-l'resident (li; CIum r I.eadei- i2i. 

RT'TH :M. IK^V— :\Iodeni Laiioiiaoe. D, 1,. s .M iUerslnii-o. ]'a. 

Honors — Society: Fslicr ili. 

:MEVK1; .M. IIusTHTTKR— Cla.ssical. 1>. I.. S Lei,,- 1 i;. I),. I'a. 

Honors— Cla~>: \'..lleyliall i1 i. 

ESTHER E. in'(iIIES— Scicntitic, r. E. s I.illv. Pa. 

Honors— Col leu'c: Y, W c. .\. i 1. L' . . 

STELLA M. HnillKS— Ili.storieal-Politieal D. L. S Pine Crove. Pa. 

Honors — Colle;;e: A. \\\ C. .\. I)ele;.'ate to Hot Siain-s Conlerenci' (li. Cl:i-~: \ice- 
r'resident i2i: First Honor Stuilent ili: nasketb.ill il. 2i. S.iciely : ilia|ilaiu C2 1 : 
First I'nblic I'roL'r.ini i 1 i . 

ELLEX S. EEI.LER— Scieiititic. C. L. S New l!l field. Pa. 

Honor.s — Colic:.'!': Y. AY. C. .\. il. 2): Math. Uonml •|'.abli' ili S..ciet.\ : Corre-pond- 
in.g Secretary i2i: .Knniwrsary pT'oLrrani i2i. 

RUTH L. KENNEDY— M.ideni Language, D. L, S Lel.aiiou. Pa 

JOSEPH ^L KESSLER— Ilistoi-ical-Politieal. K. I-. S .Meridan. Conn. 

Honors — (oUe-e: Kesi'rve F.iotball 111: Reserve I'.aseball ill. Clas<: i:a-eball lli: 
Football 111: Treasurer (2i. 

HARRY R. KIEIIL— Historical-PoliticaL P. L. S Lchanon. Pa. 

LESTER :\L LEACH— Histofical-PolitieaL P. L. S Iliaishv Run. \V. Ya. 

Honors — Colle^'e : Ministerinni il. 2i; StmUnt A'oluiitcers i2i; Crucible Staff il. 2i; 
X. M. C. A.. Cabinet. Si c'y i Ij i . Cla<s: Treasnicr i2l: TiiL' of War. Socict.\ : .lanitor 
111: I 'Iiaplain i 2 i . 

MH^DRED L LEECH— Historical-PolitieaL C. L. S lialtiniore, .Md. 

Honors — Col|e:.'e: Y. AY. C. A. Society: Fsher ill: Aiinivei<ai-y I'roL'raiii i2). 



Piiyi' F.ighty-five 



R r 



( < 



'^':i 



J-' 





" 


r 



L. LLOYD LIGHT— Scirntifie. K. L. S Aiinvillr. R, D.. Pa. h 

Honoi-i? — Chihis: Fdotluill ( il i : \'()llcy)iall (]. 2): T\ig of AVar il, 2 1. Societty : j 

Editor (2). ' f 

DOEOTHY X. LO.VdEXECKER— Mndrni I.iiiio-uage. 1). L. S. .Ah.iint Joy. Pa. '; 

Honors — ChIIi'l'c : V. W. <_'. A. (1. 2). .Society; First Public Program (11. ' -* 

;\IIRIAiI L. ilEXGEL — iloderii Language Ilnuniu'lstown. Pa. 

Honors — (ollfgi^ : Y. W. ('. A. (1. 2): Criicililo Stalt' (2i. 

CLEOX M. MUSSER— Scientific ( "oluml)ia. Pa. 

Honors— Collpgo: Footliall (1. 2l: Reserve P.askotliall 1 1. 2 1 : Reserve Baseball (1); 
Vice-I'resideiit of I. (Unli i2). Class: Football (1): Basketball (D; Baseball (1); I 

President (1 i . B 

STACY W. XEVLIX(J— Historical-Political. P. L. S Hcccarai. Pa. 

Honors — (■(illcgc: Crncable Staff i2i: A.ssislant to IManager of Footliall (21. Class: 
Tug nf War l 1. 2i : N'olleyliall ( 1 i. 

KATHRYX H. XISLEY— :Modern Language, D. L. S Pi'ogres.s. Pa. 

Honors— CoUoge: Crucible Staff (1. 2): Oratorio (21; Class: Historian (2). Society: 
('liuiilaiii (21: I-'ir^l I'liblic Prngram (ll. 

W. ELLSWORTH X I TRAUER— Scientific. P. L. S Highspire. Pa. 

Honors — (^'ollege : Reserve Footliall (1. 2i: Reserve Baseball (1): Reserve Basketball 
(2). Class: Football (1. 2l: Basketball (].2i: Baseliall (1). 

EDITH A. XVE— Modern Language. C. L. S AnnviUe, Pa. 

BLAXCHE C. LENCLE— Historieal-Polilical. C. L. S Lancaster. Pa. 

Honors — i 'dIIo-c : V. \V. ( '. A. d. 2); Ijirydin' (1): Stmlent Xoluiitcor Sooiety : 
Chaplain (1, 2i; Aiiiii\crsary Program (li. 

\VILFRED E. PERRY— Scientific. K, L. S Hartford. Conn. 

Honors — College: Reserve Football (1); A'arsity Football (2): Reserve Basketliall (1, 
2): Baseliall (1): Sec. Treas. of P Club (2). Class: Football d. 2): Basketball (1); - 

Baseball (1). Society : Corres. Sec'y (2). '' 

WILLIAM H. (^>I'A 1 1)— Classical. P. L. S Harrisl.ui'g. Pa. 

Honors — College: .Ministorlnm (1, 2). Class: Tug of War (2). 

ROBERT R. REIGLE— Scientific, P. L. S Lykens. Pa. 

Honors — College: Reserve Footliall (1. 2): Reserve Baseball di. (lass: Football (1. 
2) : Baseball (1 i. 

.^lADELVX M. HEITEH— .^fodern Language, C. L. S .Alyerstown. Pa. 

lloimr^— Collcg( : Y. W. C. .\. (P 2i. 

WILLIAM O. RIIOAD— (/lassical. K. L. S llarrishurg. Pa. 

Honors — College: .Ministerinni. Glass: Tug of War (2). Sociely : ( haplain (2). | 

JOHX G. RHOADS— Scientific. K. L. S Paluiyi-i. Pa. 

Honors— College : (ilee Club (1. 2): Class: Football (2): A'oUeyball il. 2). Captain 

(1 ). Society: .Indiciary Comni. i2l : Fditor of Examiner (2) : Publicity lOditor (21. 

MARTHA M. SCIIACK— Modern Language. C. L. S Treiiiont, Pa. 

Honor.s — Class: Sub-Ticasnrer (1). Society: .Tanitor (li. 

IIEXRY H. SCIIELl Scientific. K. L. S :Mt. Aetna. Pa. 

Honors— C(j|lcge : lieserve Football (1. 2 I. Class: Football (1. 2). 

VERXA I. SEITZLXGER— Modern Language, C. L. S Annville. Pa. 

Honors— College : Enrydice (1. 2i : Y. W. C. A. (1. 21. 

EDAVTX G. SHEKFEY— Scientific. K. L. S Annville. Pa. 

Hon.ii>— ( lass: P:;vUetball (1. 21 ; Fo.itball (P 2i: A ,.lleyball (2). 



Page Eighty-six 



JOHN K. SHERK— Historieal-Political, K. L. S Aiiiiville. Pa. 

Honors— College: Glee Club il. :.' ) . (/lass ; Basketliall (1. -): Fo.)tliall (2); Presl- 
deut (1 ) : "^'olleyball i2i. 

MADIE E. SHOOP — Modern Language, C. L. 8 Millei-slmrg. Pa. 

H,,ii(,rs — College: Corres. See'y of Y. W. (_'. A. 1 1; ) . Cla.ss : P.asketl>all (1. 2): See- 
retar.v lii. ■ Societ.v : I'sher (1>: .Vnnivevsar.v I'l-ogram (2). 

MABEL I. SILVER— Seientitie. I". L. S PaltiiiuMv. :\ld. 

Ildiiors — College: Y. AV. C. A. (1. 2 i ; Kuryiliee it. 21. Society: Chaiilaiii ill: Aiml- 
versary I'rogram (1. 2i. 

ISABELLE R. s:MITH— Histork-al-Politioal. D. L. 8 Harris!. ui-g. Pa. 

Honors — College: Y. W. C. A. il. 2): W. S. G. A.. Soph. Meiiiln'r (2i; Crucilile Staff 
(1. 2). Class: Secretary (li. Society: Corresponding Secretary (2i, 

OLGA M. S:\IITir— Seientifie, C. L. 8 Reading, Pa. 

Honors — College: Y. W. C. A. il. 2i: Eurydice il. 2). I'lass : \"ice-l'resident (1). 
Society: Usher ll): .\iniiversary I'ri.grani i2i. 

WILLIAM 11. SMITH— Historieal-Political, P. L. S.. . .Great Cacapoii, W. Va. 
Tl..ii«irs — College: ilinisterinni (2i. 

FREDERICK P. SPAXXUTH— Seientitie Fivdei'ickslnirg, Pa. 

Honnrs— Class: Fontlmll |2). 

GRACE PL STOXER— Modern Language, D. L. S LeliaiKHi. I'a. 

:\IARIOX E. STRAYER— Modern Language. 1). L. S Red Lion, Pa. 

IInn..rs— Cnllegi-: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2i. 

RAY A. TROUTMAX- Historical-Politieal, P, L. S Vallev \'ie\v, I'a. 

Honors — Collet-'e : <;ite Cluli t2i : Ministeriuni (2). Class: Tult of War i2i. Scwioty: 
Executive Connnittee i2i : Curres. Src'y (2): Orchestra i2). 

HELEXE S. FMRERGER— Modern Language Lel.aiion. Pa. 

LUTHER A. AVEIK— Seientitie. K. L. S W.vomissing, Pa. 

Honors — Ciiliege: CniciMe Staff (1. 21 : Math. Ronnd Talile (li: Y. Si. C. A. Cabinet 
i2) I'lieer Leader i2i: Glee clnli il. 2i, See'y (2i. ('lass; President ili; 'l"ng of War 
i2): Volleyball (li; KoMtball i2i. Sueiet.v : Si'rgeant-at-.\rnis (li; Urcording Sec- 
let.ar.v (2i: Cast: i"\'iMynian" ili. 

RICHARD W. WICKES— Historical-Politieal Hanishurg, Pa, 

:MAFDE :\I. WOLFE— :\Iodern Language, D. L. S Progress. Pa. 

Ibmors — .society: Warden (2i. 

WILLIAM A. AVFESCHIXSKI— Ili.storieal-Political, K. L. S. . . . Steelton. Pa. 
Honors — College: Varsity Footliall (1. 2l: Basketball (2): .Tr. \'arsiry ill: Reserve 
Baseball ill. Class: Football 111: Basketball (1): Baseball Hi. 

MARTHA L. ZEIGLER— :\Iodern Language, D. L, S Red Limi, Pa. 

Honors — College: Y. W. c. .V. il. 2i : W. S. (i. .V.. Freshman Member ill. 

S. MADGE CLEil— :\Iusie. I). L. S Lantz :\Iills. Va. 

Honors — College: Y. W. i. .\. i2): (iratorio i2i: Enrydice i2i. 

HARVEXE E. LE VAX— ilu.sie. D. L. S :Meehaniesl.uro-. Pa. 

Honors — Ciillegf : Y. W. c. A. i2l: Oratorio i2l. .Vccompanist (2 1. Societv : Pianist 
(21. 

MARGARET H. RHODES— ilusie. C. L. S York. Pa. 

Honor.s — College: Y". W. C. .\. i2i : Eurydice (2i : ()ratnrb> i2i. Society: .Anniversary 
Program (2). 

ALFRED C. STIXE— Historical-Political. P. L. S Mont Alto. Pa. 

Honors — College: Reserve Football 1 1. 21. Class: Tug of War ll, 2l: Footliall (1, 
2 I : Basketball (1. 2i. 



Page Eighty-seven 



a ii 




Page Eiylity-ciglit 



'-J - 



J 



■-■1' 



-<■-. ,' 



-^^" r's^^j^^^''^ "^-'^''^'^ 




"-■ "■.■.'•» -"i'-'-.N ->',-: -%'■'' '-=•■■ 










i^^^S^^s^fev?i^Miift&fe8i^Mfe^ǤSto 



Prt(7(' Eighty-nine 



n I 



y (i n 



j:/" 



COLORS 
Orange and Hlaek 



MOTTO 
In Medias Res 



FLOWER 

Black- Eved-Siisan 



OFFICERS 

First Soncstcr 

President ....-■ Hilliard Y. Sehmuck 

Vicr Prcsi(le)il Yvonne Green 

jb'rrrt tary ■ Elizabeth Stauffer 

Treasurer ■ • Charles Ruuk 

Secoticl Semester 

P,resielent > William Grill Jr. 

Viec President Dorothy Smith 

Secretary Eva Xeweonier 

Treasurer Charles Runk 



CLASS YELL 
(Repeat three times) 
Sae-a-ma-rac 
Sic-a-ma-rix 
]>i'l)anon A'alley 
Twentv-six. 



Page S utety 



wl 




• f 



IK 




.-^^1 



Paat' Xinety-one 



vN^' 



« I 



\ I 



.:-■' 



,i- 



iFiTHhman Enll 



LEOX STEPHEN BACHMAX Lebanon, Pa. 

JOHN RICHARD BEARD Hagerstown, ild. 

JAMES BlXGnA:\I Anuville, Pa. 

LEO JOSEPH BOEHM :\Iartins Ferry, 0. 

DORCAS EVERETTE BORTZ Lebanon. Pa. 

CHARLES MICHAEL BOWMAN Lebanon. Pa. 

LLOYD SHARON BOWMAN Halifax, Pa. 

M.\R(irERITE LAURETTA BROSSMAN Sinking Springs. Pa. 

.^L\RGIE ALVERTA BROWN Lebanon, Pa. 

ROBERT TROUT CO:\ILY . Cornwall, Pa. 

PAUL EDWARD COOPER York. Pa. 

MARIAN CORLE Reading. Pa. 

FRANCIS ROBERT SHONK DOUGLASS Middletown. Pa. 

SAMUEL LEE EARLEY Emeigh. Pa. 

CARRIE ETHEL EARLEY Palmyra. Pa. 

ELMER ESHLEMAN Enola. Pa. 

LOIS JOSEPHINE FIELDS ■ ■ Lebanon. Pa, 

ARTHUR MURRAY FR()( K Hanover. Pa. 

AVJLLIAM ROBERT GATES .Lebanon, Pa. 

DANIEL HAMILTON GINGRICH Lebanon. Pa. 

YVONNE DOROTHY GREEN Lebanon. Pa. 

AVILLIAM ADAM GRILL JR. Humnielstown. Pa. 

LEROY HAUER HAIX Lebanon, Pa. 

JOHN RAV IIARAII Connelsville. Pa. 

HILDA HELLER Lebanon. Pa. 

AIILDRED HERSHEY Lebanon. Pa. 

IIEXRI TOKUHICHI ISHIMURA Eleele. Hawaii 

DOR(^TIIY J AXE JOH'XSOX Lebanon. Pa. 

JOHX W. JOXES . Coatesville. Pa. 

CARMIE MARGARET KAUFMAX Baltimore, Pa. 

MARGARET KERR Stony Creek Mills. Pa. 

STANLEY TEFFT LA POINTE Ticonderoga. N. Y. 

MARY ELIZABETH LEACHEY Parkesbnrg. Pa. 

PAUL ARTHUR LEBER Red Lion. Pa. 

EARL JONATHON LEFFLER Anuville. Pa. 

HARRY BOCK LERCH Lebanon, Pa. 

( 'H ARLES FLOYD LICHTEXBERGER Enola. Pa. 

JOHN WEXGERD LUCKENS Schnylkill Haven. Pa. 

ESTHER MAE LUTZ Palmvra. Pa. 

MARY ROBERTSON MACDOUGALL Columbia, Pa. 

ROBERT GAYLORD MARTIN Ronzerville. Pa. 

JOSEPHINE MATOLITIS Minersville. Pa. 

ROGER LIGHT MILLER Lebanon. Pa. 

PAUL ECKERT MOORE Middletown. Pa. 

PEAR.LE ARDELLA MORROW Duneaonon, Pa. 



'H:'" 



Page Ainety-tiio 



IIOWAHI) (iEll! .MOVKi; (Ir.Mui. I'.i 

JOSEPH HENSOX Ml'MilA E.'liaiiou, P.. 

EVA HELEN XEWCO.AIER ColiiiiiliKi, I'.-i 

BOSS FRANCO XlGHELLl I'itlston. Vv. 

CLARIHEL ELIZABETH NISLEV ILiiTisluiiL;, I'; 

L'ARLOS A. ORTIZ ('Iiichi.\ o, I'ri'i 

EDNA :\IAE PEIFFER Aniivillr. I',- 

-lOlIN LENEDICT REED. -IR H;it;vrst(.\\ n, .M. 

JOHN ALLEN RICHARDS Rdlicsoni.i, I',- 

LE KOY (iERHART RITTLE \v.ui. !>, 

CARL KENNETH ROPER .Maii.lMst.i . I', 

PER:MELIA rose Jliddlct.iwn. I'; 

CHARLES ZACIIARIAS RFNK Aiiiivillr. 1'; 

CARROLL WILLIA.M KII'L Aimvill.'. ['-. 

HAROLD IIEKM; SA^■Lo|; \iinvillc. I',- 

GFRRIEN PRESTON SEt'llRIST I>aliasi,,u n. I',- 

DAVID KREIDEIi SlIRoVER Aiuivillr. I',- 

DOROTHY SMITH Parkcshiiiu. I"; 

HILLIARD VEACLE SCILMICK Rr.l Lion, I',- 

JOHN LIAERNl-: SNA\'EL\' Eiihani. I',- 

Lottie jane snavelv on... i',- 

srsAX LAFRA SNA\'ELV Lrl,aii,,ii. I": 

ELIZAHETH ESTHER STAFFFER HaiTisl.ui-. I'; 

EDWARD EFOENE SWEITZER, JR Tempi, ■, I',- 

A.M.MoN EDWAK'D Tod.MEV K'fd Li.,ii. I'; 

RAV.MOND JACOll lASON K'nl Lmn. I',- 

PARKE IIEi;sllEV FLRKJI Palmyra. !'; 

JOSEPH MoNTENEOlio WXLLEJOS ( 'liicday,,, L.ti 

\v.\i;i;en John watson RoiH's.mia. p 

.MEK'NJE IIENl;^■ WELTV York. P 

RI( JIARD ( IIRISTI.\N WENNER Wilkr.shaiiv. P 

SARA CATHERINL WJ-IIDHK' SinkiiiK Springs. |' 

.^lAFRlCE HENRY WILLIARD Lykms. P 

HENRY Too.MEV WILT .Maiirhcslrr, P 

RALPH .MAFLK.Mi; Wool) Annvillc P 

LE ROY EDWIN YEACLEV Palmyia, P 

SARA LEAH ZEITLIN Pliila.lclpliia. P 

HEWITT PHILO ZFSE Wormlcyshuiu., I- 

FRANKLIN KEENER Civss<.na. P 

JOSEPH CHARLES DANKER Haz.ilon. P 

AVALTER RALPH KRAFSE Dail.y. P 

ANNA ESTHER SHENK Annvillc 1' 

CARTHA JANE .McCRACKEX Altnona. P 

HELEN CALVERT M.-(iRAW riaitlimslmru-. M,| 

PETTY LEA( JIEV Paikcsliuiu', Pa 



Page Ninety-three 



n ^ 



<•> 



vVj,^. • il J ■/ ,fv^v 



■ ^ 




.-! 



Page Nmrly-fijur 






O 



■^ ^ 



^iU^^^ 



» f. 



.^^^' 




^Xh 



(_■ 



Page Ninely-fi-ve 






'(f 




GLADYS BOSSERT 

Nori'istowii, Pa. 

:\ri-sic D. L. S. 

(College: r)i7it(ii'io (3) 



KATIIliVX IIOPIM.E 
Ijt'liannn. Pa. 
Pi.'BLic Sciiiiiii. ilrsic. 

CoUeai' : Kurviliee (2, S) ; Oratorio 
(3) ; Y.' W. C. A. (2, -.i). 



:\r.\RIOX E. LIGHT 

Lel)anoii, Pa. 

I'lAXii \i)K.\i \L COTRSE. 

( 'olleoi' : Kin'\(liri' (2. :>. 4). 



VERXA P. PELL 

Lykeiis, Pa. 

:\ri-sic C. L. S. 

Gollege: Y. ^V. ('. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Euryiliec (L 2, 3, 4.) Vice Pres. (3); 
( )i-atorio (4). 

Glass; ilusic Editor of Annual (3). 

Society: Pianist (1); Usher (1); 
Glio Ghorus (1). 



DoIJOTlIY SIK^LLY' 

Annvillc. Pa. 

PrBLic Sciiooi. ilL'sic G. L. S. 

GoUeo-e: Eurvdice (2, 3, 4), Vice 
Prcsid.'Ht (4). ' 



Ptiffi' Ainrly-six 



if^ p. 



'n) 



K.s~i) 



Kiril r.AKKK 

llazeltun, I'a. 

.Mrsic li. 1.. S. 

We wvvr L'lail to liavi' Kiitli j'liii tlii' 
ranks of '1:4 in lUir Sdiiliniiiiirc year. .Music 
is lier specialty, liut art fullcpws clnse ln'- 
liiiid. AVf tliiiil; she wonlil lu' iniite a siic- 
cM'ss nn tlif ccuict'rt I'latfnrni. Init sumu' say 
siic wnulil iiial;o an invalualilc lii'lpnux't 
for sonic niinistt-r. 

[ I hissiiKitr ti-iii. II in,il:<r Ininl: 

A I 111 nil. II rlniiii. II iiohli iiiiril. 

llnir riiiilil ire In Ip lull vn for null 

A future hiij/hl. ninl hiijijni. Inn, 
Honors — Collej;!': Y. W. c. .\. 1 -J. :', 1 : 
Knrydif'c 1 2. :\\, 

('lass: Sci-i-ct.-iry loi : i.hiiiiic Siatt I'.'.i. 

Socii'tN : I'ianisr 1 2 1 . 





i;i;.\i i: i'..\i iPt:i; 

MiiMlclouii. I'a. 
I'l i;i u S( iiooi .M I sK ( '. I,. S. 

.■sill' I..M-: fun and a loi of ir. I'.lues 
vanish at llio --i;:!!! of In r. If is said Unit 
oyrs spc-ilc: if so. ^onii' |"'o|ilc cn.ioy inan.\' 
conversations willi lici'. I'.ut whn wouldn'l 
\y:\t\\ lo ~.p('ali li> her? Slio is a .^'ood mu- 
^io siudcnl, Inn il is s^ijd that nuisio Is to 
lie li^r avocation: Inr vocation will lie — 
Inn never ininil. u e wisli her tin' fullness 
of joy for the tniurc that has liecii hers 
in the past. 

N,'/, III \ir III I- •<iiiili. Ill srr Inr rl/rs. 

/s- III SI r I I/O I inn sl.irs : 

In illniiinil niiiinls in' /ir/iliss ilill/s 

tri'rr \i//-c /,, Unil Inr hiilln.sl irnils. 

Anil mull jini il is In sir Inr siiiili. 

He '(/// /;/ Inr ■ irilli In i Ihr irliilr. 

Honor— Collci.'c: Y. \V. 1 '. A. ( .:; 1 : Eu- 
rydicc < 'Inh 1 :; 1 : 1 ii'alorio (:',). 



-~-,.i| 



-^a^ '-'^' c 



'^ 



e,D- 



\y .-p. i_^ 



Page Ninety-seven 



_..._.^5^: 



■in 



r. 



I! l! ti 




HAXXAII FISHKlIiX 

Kiihruta. I'a. 

-Mi SIC D. L. S. 

And here is Haunah, onr I'liiiia donua. 
Does she sins? Can tlie Xightingale sing? 
Does she dance? Can Pavlowa dance? 
And you ought to see her striui; : It's the 
size of a C(j\vlio,v's lasso! 
II //// II rnirr lif pijII'IT llllil siicetiies-s 

'I'liiit irill riitf/ thniout nil time. 
N//I irii.t toiiclic'l hij St. Cpciliii 
ir;7/i (( ijift (ilmost divine. 

lloniirs — College: Graduate of Linden 
Hall Seminary. Entered Class of '24 in 
Junior year. Eurydice (3) : Oratorio (?«». 

Class: Ba.sketlmll (3). 



I'l 1!LI( 



S.U;A I.INDi:X.MiTll 
iliddh'tdwii, I'a. 
srnooL Ml SIC 



Altli'iugh Sara has imt licen with us 
long, we are gUid she is one of 'l^. for we 
have already felt her talent. csiieeiall.N 
that of nnisie. 

(I'l r tlie 'bveeze.t pmils the niiisie, 

MllKif street innl Inir. 
Sciiiliiip fort/i II liriiifi iiu'ssiif/e. 
One tliat nil unni knuir ; 
Oil. holder <if tliix talent. 

One lias (ireatlii favored iinii. 
And ire lio/ii iimi erer ilsi: il 
For tliat /iiiriiose Hull is true. 
Honors— College: Y. W. V. A. (.3). 




lUUUIUill 



I ,J-- 



I'uije Ninety-eicjlit 



estiii:k <;ir.BERT 

I.i'lmui'ii. I'a. 
Mrsu I>. L. S. 

Who at L. \'. does not know Esther and 
her .irlorioiis voieeV She is an indefati^- 
alile worker, hut takes "tune out" to make 
friends. She has euou.irh of them to com- 
pose a lame audience when slie makes 
her dehnt as an operatic star. 

/ irixli I irti-f (I little liinl 
A siltiiin ill (I trri : 

Thill lilt lUtji liiiifl I'll iiiisi mil ruin 
till Ciiilx hiivc riifi II nil. 

Hoiioi-s — CoHe^e: Enrydii-e i L'. ". i. See 
retary i-'ii. 





.mai;yi:i.i.i:.\ iin i.\i.\s 

l:, 1'. .\n. 7. Fred, ■! irk. .\Id. 



.Ml 



Li. L. S. 



All. an arti>t. in our midslV Jlar.^ellcn. 
lo be sure. Her luind is deft when wieiil- 
inir the paint-hrush, it is deft when toueh- 
in^: the keys of tlie piano. .V musieian. 
t'lo. Maryellen onl.\' c.-une to us this year, 
and she is a \:ilnali!e a<ldition to the Clas.s 

of lllL'4. 

Mm II: Ih II tills II /iiittit inline. 

Miiriirllrii liiiK III! artist's liiiiut. 
Mil riiilti II nilt siirrlii liiiri Jrimc 
III!', mill ill rrrrn iitlnr laiiit 
Ilon.irs — r.ille^'e: .\rt Instructress. 
Class: ■■(luittie'" St.iff. 



;/^ 



r" 



Page Ninety-nine 






1 r\ £ 



A P 



«. I 



i>tuJipnt5 in t\}t QlnnHpruatorg of Mnsu 



sni'iio.MORES. fi:ksi]:mi:x. and specials. 



Katbryn Balsbaugb 
Gerti'iide Beatty 
Bei'tlia Blouch 
Auua Boiuliei'ger 
Dorcas Bortz 
I'aiiline Bouterse 
Kathryu Bowman 
Lloyd Bowman 
Ealpli Boyer 
Anna Butterwick 
Aluia Clark 
Elsie Clai-k 
Forrest Clark 
Madge Clem 
Mrs. Paul l.'ooper 
Marian Corle 
.Ala.sgie Detweiler 
cliarlotte Doll 
Donald Evans 
Elsa Fegnn 
Donald Fields 
June (lingrich 
Piussel (iingrich 
JIary Gossard 
Yvonne Green 
Sara Greiner 
Henry Grimm 
Eleanor Hall 
W. Jl. Harclerode 
Mrs. I'^ditli Harnish 



-Mary llartz 
Samuel Hoke 
Margaret HoUiuger 
Helen Hostetter 
Esther Hughes 
Carmie Kaufman 
Chiire Kettering 
Elizalieth Kettering 
Ruth Kettering 
Franklin Kiehner 
Esther Koons 
Mrs. Annnon Kreider 
Mrs. Gideon Kreider, Jr. 
Xancy Kreider 
Harold Landis 
Elizal>eth Leaehey 
Harvene Le Van 
Margaret Light 
I'hoelie Longenecker 
Dorothy Mancha 
Cartlia Alei 'racken 
Helen Mc<iraw 
Helen Jlealey 
Ennna Jleyer 
Lloyd Miller 
CI aril 'el Xisley 
Katlii-yn Xisley 
Miriam Oyer 
Margaret Rhodes 
Mereditli Rice 
Marie Ricliwine 



Ruth Roekafellow 
Permelia Rose 
Charles Euidc 
Ira Ruth 
Gardner Savior 
Yerna Seitzinger 
Anna Shenk 
Cyrus Sherk 
John Sherk 
Mary Showers 
David Shroyer 
Beatrice Slesser 
Susan Suavely 
Elizabeth Stauffer 
Marion Strayer 
Mrs. Alfred Strickler 
Dr. Alfred Strickler 
Marie Tierney 
Rollin Yanhorn 
Yiolet Walter 
Sarah Y^'erner 
Ruth Y^'hiskeyman 
JIargaret Wise 
Maude Wolfe 
JIargaret Young 
Jesse Ziegler 
Delia Herr 
Harohl Black 
Eugene Sauders 
Lester Leach 



Lucile Shenk 
ilae Jlorrow 
Mae Reeves 



(l^ratnrij ^tuiirutB 



Karlir,\ii Kratzert 
Helen Hughes 
JIary Heister 
Ituth Oyer 



Lena Weisnian 
Rachel Heindel 
Helen Hostetter 



i>ub-iFrrst|m?n nnh B\sttmiB 



Elmer Andrews 
Mrs. Alta Bingham 
Ida Brenneman 
Ira Fortna 



Emerson Metoxin 
.\nnnon Hostetter 
William Ortiz 
May Raudeubush 
William Sauer 



('alvin Fencil 
Raymond Miller 
Mrs. Hilda Kreider 
Erntst Kratzer 



I'iif/f One llundrfd 



!» I 





ir 



( r 



Pai/e One Hundred One 




OFFICERS 

Fall 'J'l }'in Wi/ifir Tirin 

President Liicilc 8henk Agnes ;\It'i-(.-hitis 

Vice-Tvesulcni . .Agnes iL-rcliitis JIae ilorrdw 

Hicordiui) Sccrdarij ....Florence Whitman l^ena Weisuian 

Corrtsponding Secretary Ellen Keller Edith (lever 

Treasurer Esther Brnnner Esther Brnnner 

Critic JFary Hiester Delhi Ilerr 

Pianist I )()ra llillet Dorothy ifaneha 

Cliaiilain Jlahel Silver Esther Randeiiliusli 

Editor C\'ntiiia Drinnniond S;ira Weider 



MOTTO - COLORS 

Virtue et Fide Gold and White 



YELL 

Rio I Rio! Sis! Boom! Bah! 
Clio! Clio! Rah! Rah! Rah! 



i I 



!1 I 



^^ 



Paqe One tlundrrd Ti(Jti 




t> 




U;- l£ t»L;^..i*»»ti h 






H 



Page One Hundred Three 



t/^; 



F • 



iSnll 0f ilrmbpra 



Agnes ]\Ierchitis 
Esther Brnimer 
Delia. Hen- 
Mar.y Hiester 
Mae Morrow 
Lncile Slieiik 
Eleanor ShaettVr 
Verna Pell 
Rosa Zeigler 
Dorothy Sholly 
Edna Baker 
Dora Billet 
Cynthia Druinniond 
Mary Fegau 
Sara Greiner 
Ruth Ilarpel 
ilildred Krciilm- 
Anna Noll 
Mabel Riee 
Dorothy Maneha 
ilarie Steiss 
Lena Weisnian 
Florence Whltiiuni 
Ida Trout 
Elizabeth llnjiple 
Grace Bander 
Sarah Dearweehter 
Edith (ieyer 
:\lii(hv',l Leech 
Bhmche Lengle 
Edith Xye 
ilartha Scliack 



Madi(» Shoop 
Verna Seitzinger 
Mabel Silver 
Olga Smith 
Esther Raudenlnish 
Dorcas Bortz 
Anna Boniberger 
Pauline Bouterse 
Margie Brown 
Marian ( 'orle 
Yvonne Green 
Estella Grnbb 
Garinir Ivauffiiian 
Betty Leachey 
Josephine ilatolitis 
Helen McGraw 
Pearl Mori'ow 
Edna Peitt'er 
Madelyn Reiter 
Pernielia Rose 
Margaret Rhoties 
Sue Snavely 
Lottie Snavely 
Dorotliy Smith 
Mary Hair 
Rutli Hoy 
Esther Huglies 
Ellen Kellei- 
Esther Shenk 
Sarah Weitler 
iLirgaret Brossman 
Sai-ali Leah Zeitlin 



I'age One flundreJ Four 



y 



(Tliunutau ICitrranj ^mirtu 

The C'lioiiiaii Literary Society lieyaii the tit'ty-secDiul year ol' lier fxisteiicr 
with thirty-eight aeti\c lUfiiiliers (in tlie roll. Tile interest aiiioni;' C'lionians 
in the presentation of s)ilendid programs soon lirought the m'w girls into a 
realization of the higli standards of the soeiety so tiuit liefore the Anniversary 
twenty-tive girls wt-i'i- nshered into Clio, making this soeiety of sixty-thi'i'e 
members, tlw largest at Lehanon \'allcy College 

The wcrkly pi'ograiiis \ai'\- givatly. each one featuring some ninisnal num- 
liei'. Drliatfs iin tiiiii'ly i|Ucstions, poi'trayals of foreign i-duntriis as wfll ,-is 
intra-soeiely deiiates find jilaees on ('lio pi'ogranis. Clio h;is iiiaiiilained an un- 
usnal record this year in that sim-r the tirst Friday evening alti'i- the opiininL' 
of school, jirograms ha\c lircn I'fndci'cd rcgidai'ly with tlir one cxrcpi ion when a 
speeiid Lecture Recital uiia\oidalily prevented a session. Three joint session 
programs, a Clio Alumnae pi-ograni. and the Fifty-seeoml Auni\iTsary I'l-ogram, 
as well as ide\'en general |irom-aiiis. ai'e iiieluded in the nnmln'i- ri'iidered up lo 
January tln' twenty-sixth. 

( )n the t wenty-fiiurt li ot' Xovi'nilii'r. the l-'ifly-serond .\nni\ ei-sar\ ivxereises 
Were held in tln' Kngle ( 'onservatory. With the Thanksgiving season approach- 
ing, it was deemed fitting liy the committee appointed to plan for the Anni- 
versary to cari'v a thenn' approjiriate to the season tlirougliont the entii'c pi'o 
gram and reception. .Misses ;\Iary llicstei', Miie .Mori'ow. Mora liillet. Ivliia 
Bake)-, ('yntliia I )i'unniiond. ami Ellen Ki'lh'i' with the :nd ol' I'l'ofessoi- Ucat1>' 
develo]ied all original program featuring the 'Ti'ial of .\nne Ilutcliinson. ' " 
By a diligent study of old documents, the comnnttci^ :iri-anged ;i three ni-t pro- 
duction which takes first place in the :iiinals of ('lionian Ainiixeisarii^s as a 
specimen of originality and a niedinin for the expression of dramatic ahilily. 
jMiss Helen Ethel ]\Ieyers delivere(l the ln\-ocation and .Miss Lneile Sheiik-. as 
president of the soeiety. delivei'ecl ;in address on " I'ni'itaiMsm in tin' TMentietli 
Century." ^liss ]\Lie Morrow in true. Puritan garh read "The Kirst Thanks- 
giving." ]\Iisses ]\Iargai-et Rhodes. Rosa Zeigler. and [Minerva Raah delighted 
the audience in presenting ]iiaiio, vocal and organ nninlieis. Dressed in I'uritan 
garb each Clionian aided in making this Annivi'rsary the most nnusual as well 
as the most siiectaetilar produced for many a >'car. 

During the Christmas Holidays, ('lio Hall was frescoed and the I'lionians 
are endeavoring to acipiire additional fixtures which ai-e necessary in oi-der to 
make it attractive. 

The ('li(uiians fee] that they have done well. l)nt not satisfied in that which 
has been accomplished they are looking forwai-il to the attainment of that to 
which the first Clionians aspired, "^'il•tue et Fide" in women e\ei-ywliere. 



fyP*. 



l_ 



Pai/e One Hundred Five 



Splpl|tau ICitrrary i>Drtftg 



B-B 



President 

Vice- President 

Critic 

Eeeordinej Secretary 

Tri usurer 



OFFICERS 

First Term 
ilac Reeves 
Anna Long 
Helen Hughes 
Rachel lleindel 
Ruth Ov.-i' 



Ciirri sjKJudiufj Secretarij Kathryii Halsl)augh 



< 'liupluin 

Pianist 

Wurden 

Biiurd of Trustees 



Stelhi Hughes 
Helen Hostetter 
:\raude Wolf 
Helen Hughes 
Frances Dnrliin 
Kathi'vn Balsbaiigh 



Second Term 
Katlii'vn Kratzert 
P^rances Durliin 
;Mae Reeves 
ilary Hershey 
Ruth Oyer 
Isahelle Smith 
Kathi-yn Xissley 
Harvene Le Van 
Betty Stauffer 
Helen Hughes 
Frances Durhiii 
Kathryii Halshaugh 



COLOR 
Scarlet 



:\IOTTO 



KiK.iw Tlivself 



Fl.OWFR 
Po]>py 



YELL 

Racka-Chacka 1 Racka-Chacka ! Racka-Chacka Chow! 
Booma-Lacka ! Booma-Lacka 1 Booma-Lacka Bow 1 
Racka-Chacka I Booma-Lacka ! Wow ! Wow ! Wow ! 



^ ^s.- 



Page One Hundred Six 



I r 




c 






Page One Hundred Seven 



fin p^ 



''JL 



^J 






EnU nf Ulrmbprs 



Gladys l.^ossei't 
P'l-aiices I)ui'l)iii 
Dorothy Feiu-il 
Mai'tha Gingrich 
Helen Hughes 
Katliryu Kratzert 
Anna Long 
Katlii'vn Long 
.Mae Keews 
Kli/alieth Smith 
Ihith Haker 
Katliryn ISalsliangh 
Ivegina Hi Iris 
Ilannnh Fishlmrii 
Ksther Cilliei-t 

Rarhel 11. 'in. lei 

Mary Ilershey 
Helen :\l.-aley 
Rnth Oyel- 
Florenre Seifl-eid 

?\Iaryellen Thomas 
Sue Zeigler 
Kdna Vake 
^Matilda l^ownian 
Elizabeth Brenneman 



Elsie (Jlark 
iladge Clem 
Lola Desenlierg 
p]thel Donongh 
Flossie Grotf 
Helen LEostetter 
Stella Hughes 
Ruth Kennedy 
Harvene Le A'an 
1 )orothy 1-ongeneeker 
Esther Lutz 
Kathryn Xissley 
Isahejlr Smith 
Clarion Sti'ayei- 
Grace Stoner 
iMaude Wolf 
Jlartha Zieglei- 
Alta Bingham 
ilargaret Kerr 
Eve Xewcomlier 
Clarihel Xissle\" 
ilary ilacDougall 
( 'artha ^lai-( 'rackcii 
Ruth RockatVIlow 
Bettv Stautt'er 



Page One UunJieJ Eiiiht 



""'Xi 



B . 




- 



I 



.,' 1 



,'-, I I I _ 



Srlphiau iCitrraru ^nrirtii 

The year li'lll witnessed a new hulirs' liti-rary society formed at Leliaiiou 
Valley College. Due to the growth in the nninlicr of women students, the 
Clionian Literary Society was forced to recruit from hi-r ranks, girls, who 
would he the nucleus of a new society. The new society, composed of forty 
members, was christened "Delphian." Ki'om that time on, Delphian has lieeii 
an active, living organiz;ition. New iiitcri-si has arizen among all the girls, each 
striving to make her own society the lictti-r. Due to competition, programs (.)f the 
highest (juality have been rendered. 

As to history, Delphian has had very little. It is now in the making. The 
short year and a half since it was founded has lirnu^lii out many new tilings — 
foremost among these, the Delphian spii-it. without which no gi-eal pi'oject can 
ever be accomplished. 

Realizing that without a lioiiii' to i-all tlieii- own they could not successfully 
keep themselves together, the room above the lihrai'y A\as asked lor. The hall 
was temporarily granted them until tlie\' could have one in the Women's Xew 
Dormitory. The next steii was to furnish the new-gotten home. I']very effort 
was made to that purpose. The plan of selling floor chairs to friends, and having 
the donor's name placed on the hack, was adopted. The girls, alert to every 
opportunity, aware of the great possibilities liefore them, worked with the new, 
never-tiring Delphian spirit and enthusiasm and made their dreams come 
true — Delphian Hall was furnished by theii- first anniversary. 

Besides making history, the Deliihiau Litei-ary Society is making and 
moulding character, fitting each girl to more ade(piately cope with the greater 
and more serious rpiestions in life. To "Know Thyself" should indeed ho the 
aim of everv true girl seekino- ideal womanhood. 



i^- ,- . "''' .)V-.. 






c 



Page One Hundred Nine 



p n 



ii ■' 



}^hil0kn0miau ICit^rarij ^nrtrty 



Fall Ti nil 
PrisifJrnf Ral])li K. J'.oyer 

Vii I -['resident Charles (.'. yiiiitli 

Vluiinnan, Executive Commiltee 
Rceeirdiiifi Secretarij Elwonil ('. Stahley 

Corr< sjxiiiilliif/ S( en tiiri/ ilarvciu P. ^Matuszak 
T r< (isiin r Kayiinind 1 1 iitcluiison 

Ciifie Lester Williard 

.1 11(1 tie 
(_' lid jil (till 
Fittiiist 
Edilnr 
Jaiiiliir 
Buiird uf Trustees 



Lestei- Leach 
Kay C. TTerl) 
.li'i-oiiir Slaiiiliaeh 
( arl M. liacliiiiaii 
Ivalpli E. Lioyer 
( 'ahin P. Feiioil 
( 'arl il. liaeluuaii 



Wiufer Term 
Raymond Hutchinson 
]\Iaryan P. Matuszak 
Robert E. Allen 
Benton P. .Smith 
Ray 'SI. Troutmaii 

(iiiy 1). Faust 
Ehvooil Stahley 
Meyer Ilostetter 
Ray ('. Herh 
Paul di-nvci' 
]j. S. liowman 
Ralph E. Jioyer 
Calvin F. Fencil 
( 'arl il. Hachman 



:\10TTO 

'Esse (^)iiam X'ideri" 



YELL 



COLORS 

Old Oold and Liyht P.lne 



Hobble o'(ilil)le. I'azzle dazzle, fj. V. ('.. 

'■ Esse ijuam videri. 
Hobble gobble, razzle dazzli'. Sis. boom, bah I 

Philokosmiau : Rah! Rah 1 Rah! 



Page One Hundred Ten ^— 



o 







k. 



Paae One JIunJrfd Eleven 



■■■i 


M 



:35a?5Sg5TrnB-ve^:^ 



I I 



:,l [, H 



l^nll of iUemb^rs 



Ralph E. Boyer 
Earle E. Fake 
riuy D. Faiist 
George O. Hohl 
J. Rayinond Hutchinson 
Joseph R. McDonald 
Roland R. Renn 
Richard H. Smith 
S. Paul AA'eavei- 
Lester R. AVilliard 
Leon R. Witnier 
Rohert E. Allen 
Carl M. Bachman 
William H. Beattie 
(jeorge R. Biecher 
S. P. Bomgardner 
Gladstone P. Cooley 
S. Donald Evans 
Calvin F. Feneil 
Donald E. Fields 
Ray C. Herb 
Charles C. Leber 
Maryan P. Matuszak 
Paul E. Rhinehart 
C. Emory Riedel 
Claude E. Rupp 
Benton P. Smith 
Charles C. Smith 



Ehvood ('. Stabley 
Jerome S. Stambach 
Wilbur R. Weiser 
Dana Dunnick 
J. Paul Gruver 
:\reyer H. Hostetter 
Lester SL Leach 
William S. Xevling 
William A. Quaid 
William H. Smith 
Ray M. Trourman 
Elmer R. Andrews 
Richard Beard 
L. S. Bowman 
Samuel Earley 
Elmer Eshelman 
Arthur il. Frock 
Henry T. Tshimura 
C. Floyd Liehtenlierger 
J. Benedict Reed 
Robert R. Reigle 
C. Kenneth Roper 
Charles Runk 
Guerien P. Sechrist 
Edward Sweitzer 
Raymond J. Tyson 
Mervie AVelty 
Henry AVilt 
Dewitt Philo Zuse 



Page One Hundred Tivelve 



C/'--- 






f 7 



-. ri I 



O/hr JIMluknamtau iCitrrarij ^orirtg 

Throughout the years, from the I'oiuuliug of Lelianon N'alh-y L'oUfge. up 
to the preseut day aud iu the days to eoiue. Philo has lieeii. is. and will eim- 
tiuiie to lie an inspiration to all those who eoiiie into eontaet \vitlL her. 

Founded upon the jiriueiples of Truth. Justiee, Honor, Duty aud Ser\ iee. 
she has stood the test of years, aud is now a doiinuant faetiu' ui fraiinng the 
eharaeter aud destiny of those who rill her ranks. 

Together with three Societies of Lebanon \'alley College. Philo is helping 
the students of this school to realize conditions and meet them. This is done 
through the public Literary Sessions and private Business Sessions. I'hilo has 
idways rendered good, substantial programs including music, art. litei'atnre. 
discussions. del)ates. readings, illustrated lectures, sketches and plays. In all 
her programs and ineetings. Philo is conservative enough to jireserve the tra- 
ditions and ideals of the society and at the same time, she is unafi-aid to atti'injit 
the untried, the new. tlii' undisoveied — and in the true spiiii oi' aiheiiture, 
she seeks out the Truth and makes thi' Truth ti'adition. 

The past has witnessed Pliilo's suet ess; yet unhindered liy I'ormer achieve- 
ment, Philo ever moves onward tn new fields of adventure — She realizes that 
achievement and success can not be static and also that greatness only lies 
in continued succe.s.s — Thus, as time ]iasses, refusing to rest upon the laurels 
of achievement. Philo ]iresses on to in'w fields of (onfiict and comiuers therein. 

It is true that an organization is no stronger than the individual of which 
it is composetl — . Realizing this. Philo calls forth the best in \dung nuMi and 
a.sks them to tise it at all times, she succeeds in this, for out of the great game 
of life, where the stiperficialities of theory are set aside by the infallilile test of 
Truth, those who were once tinder Philo 's nurture an<l vnrr ai'e now making good 
and enjoying success because they have learned ■'To lie. Not Seem To He."' 

Thus as years ]iass on and Time moves toward that great eternity of 
Yesterday, building on the great foundations of days gone liy. and mounting 
higher as each Today adds to the structure, Philo ]irepares for the morrow by 
training men to be their better selves. True. Honest and Sincere. 



Pii/je One Ilinuli fd Thirteen 



c 



I n 



■^^■■( 1 



^ 



IKalnzptpan ICttrrary i'onptij 



] 'resilient 

Vice President 

Si rriliir}/ 

Tri anil r I r 

J'iiniist 

Sargeant at Anns 

( 'hii phv II 

Critic 

Piililicitii Editor 

Edifiir of Examiner 



Fall Ti rni 
W. l-\ Wruner 
II. I.. iliUer 
Lei'dv Dowhower 
H;il]>li ?ilai-tiii 
Ira. Kuth 
('liai'les Daiido 
James I^iujiliaiii 
Hclicr :\riitcli 
Joseph Kessler 
('liai-les Dandn 



Winfir Term 
II. L. .Miller 
Ira Ruth 
Luther Weik 
Iialph Martin 
Fi'aiiklin Kiehiier 
Riehai'd Weiiner 
II()\\;ir(l liili'tiier 
W. F. Weiiuer 
John Hhoads 
IJdvd l.io-ht 



MOTTO 

'Pahna non sine ]iulvere 



YELL 



COLORS 

Red and Oh! Onld 



Wah lino! Wall Hoo ! "Wah IIoo ! Reel 

Pahiia lion sine pulvere, 
AVah lioo! Wah IIoo I Wah Hoo! Reel 

Kalozeteanl L. Y. C. 



I^a//e One Hundred Fourteen 




c^ 



Page One HuTtdred Fifteen 



II '-if 



Hi 



ISoU nf iUpmbrra 



William Weuuer 
H. Lloyd Miller 
Ira Ihith 
Heber Mutcli 
Wari-eu Kreider 
Ralph Mai'ti.x 
ilurray Swauger 
John E. Hovis 
Lei'oy Dowliower 
Edward Balsbangh 
Henry Honian 
Porte Wolf 
Herman Light 
Robert Take 
Elias Bressler 
Howard Piurtner 
Lnthei- "Weik 
Israel Earlev 



■John Rlioads 
William Rhoad 
Charles Dando 
Lloyd Light 
John Sherk 
^Yilfred Perry 
Joseph Kessler 
Alfred Achenbach 
Henry Schell 
Edwin Slietfy 
William Wuesehinski 
James Bingham 
Franklin Kiehuer 
John Lnekens 
Ri<-liard Wenner 
Park Ulrieh 
David Shroyer 
Heni'v AVilliard 



Pat/e One Hundred Sixteen 



C 



■\-^ 



tLJw>-~ 



'^ 



^A 



(iiitt IKalnErtraii iCitrraru S>nrtflii 

Previous to the year 1S77. there was Imt one Ijitrrary Soeiety for the men 
at Lebanon Valley College. With the eoiuint;- of this year. ho\vi'\i'i\ together 
with the rapid growth of the school, there resulted a situation whieli not only 
tended to disharmonize, liut also effect a static society through lack of competi- 
tion. The Kalozetean Literary Society has heretofore been organized and for 
forty years has continued for the ""culture of its meml)ers. and the propogation 
of knowledge, morality', friendship and truth." Believing that a limited mem- 
bership would l)e most conducive to this object, her early organizers iiut into 
practice his theory of se])ar;itiiin and jilaces a restriction on the iiiiiiihfr of 
members to be admitted to the roll of Kalos. The limitatii)n h;is hi'cii adheri'd 
to ever since: the maximum mnidiei'ship al prcsrut liring limited to tifty col- 
legiate male Students. 

The society hall is loeatcil nn the third tldoi' of the I'higle ( '(iiisiM-\a1iiry of 
iliisic. In this hall, liti-rai-y and business sessions are held every Friday cvi'ii 
ing at T:!.") o'clock. The Literary Programs are recoiamended by the Judiciary" 
Committee, and consist of debates, orations, essays, readings, sketches and 
musical nuudiers. By means of the limited membership, participation in these 
programs becomes a fre(pient matter. The cpiality of self-e.\])i'ession is c-nlti- 
vated in the Imsiness session where affaii's of eonnndii interest are discussed liy 
Seniors and Freshmen alike. 

An event of ]iublic interest is offered inniually by the iiiendiers of the 
society, namely, the Anniversary Exei'cises which are held on the first night of 
April. The object of these exercises is to train members for public work, as well 
as to dis]ilay to the ]")ublic the progress that is taking ]ilace within the society. 

In addition, joint literary sessions are held at vai'ious times throughout 
the year with the Clionian and T)el]ihian Literary Sucieties. td which mi'iiibei's 
of Kalo look forward with eager expectancy and delight. 

The opportunity thus afforded for literary and social development are such 
that no student can afford to go through college without availing himself of the 
benefit derived from membership in a college literary society. 



Page One Hundred Seventeen 



r< 



r^f 



V.t,^- 




Page One IlutiJifJ F.iglitren 



• r 




ORGflniZflTIONS 



MB* 



i. 



Fofje One Hundred Sinetsen 



I J 



n n 



n 



o, 



I.. J 



'•JL 




"l.:rji| 
Qniuui lUnmrn's (Hbristiau Asiinrtatinu 

Offici r.y 

I'risl.l, lit Delia :SL Herr 

Vice President • - Esther Brunuei' 

Seeri fnnj ilarie Hteiss 

Treasiin r . Katliryu Kratzert 

('onmiitti'c < 'liairladies 

M( mill rsJiiii Estlifi- Ki-uimer 

Meetiiie/.s . . Edna Baker 

Bilile Study Lueile Shenk 

Social Service ■ • ilae [Morrow 

Finance Kathryu Kratzert 

Sociat Dora Billet 

Vnd( reiraduate Bcpvi sentative . . ■ ■ Ruth Oyer 

Missionarn • - Ida Breniieman 

P.ublicitij iladie Shoop 

Music Helen Hostetter 

Advisori/ Mi inln rs 

:Mi-s. Mary C. Green Mv. Alfred K. [Mills 

Mrs. G. 0. Gossard Prof. T. B. Beatty 

iliss Lucv Seltzer 



Pace One Hundred Ti^enry 



-& 



:M 






hA 



j^-'-m 



^ _^H| 




^uumj iKrn'ii (Cbruitiau AfiiUKtatuni 

Offir, rs 

I'll SkIi lit I^llpll I'.IIWT 

V/Vr I'risii/i III ( luii-lcs Siiiitli 

Sirnliiri/ hcsi.'i- Lisicli 

Triiisiinr | i-;i Ijuih 

( 'Innriih ii nl ( 'mil iii il 1 1 1 s 

f)i riitiiiiiul Ili'licr .Miili-li 

■'^''"■''"/ • • (illy l'';nisl 

Social Si rriri Hicluird Smith 

F'inniiii Lcstci- \Villi,-ii-il 

.)/( Ill hi rshiii Ii,i,\ II 1(111(1 lllllcliiiisiiii 

HUtli Stilihj Jei'iiiiic St:iiMli;icli 

Mi.ssii,)i(ir[i (xhtdstoiic ( (Hilcy 

I'lililii itii ("ai-l iiacliiiiaii 

Star Coiirsi . Earl Fake 

Literatiin Ijiitlicr W.'ik 



'W 



u- 



O-^: 



I'lif/f Onr H iiiiJi III Tiieiity-nne 



■^fr*i?r'^-j:r. rrw?';!:?^rj;,'^^~; 



A W .■■', I 



fii- !!i 




Our liHiid is composed of a group of students who are preparing to answer 
the Great ('oinniission. We aim to live in a closer relationship with Christ that 
we may be better able to help others find their place in the fields of life, whether it 
be at home or abroad, and that we may be better alile to present the Christ to 
those who do not know him. IVing a part of the General Movement Ave learn 
much concerning Student Volunteei'S all over the world, forming a baud of 
fellowship with others who are also interested in this world-wide task. 

Offivtrs (111(1 M(/iih(rs 

Liadrr • ■ Esther Brunner 

Assistant L( (uU r Eleanor Sheaffer 

Rccrdarij-T !■( asiircr • Mary Hair 

Elizabeth Brenneman Lester Leach Maliel Silver 

Rt-gina Edris Blanche Lcngle Ida Trout 

Elizabeth Hopple Esther Raudcnbush Jlervie Welt}' 

Ira Knth 



Page One Hundred Tiventy-tiLo 



•e .^ 



yj:]><^ 



JL 




*^] 

^^ IM^ ^^ 

iHiniiilrrium 

Fuiultij L( a(}< r Prol'. .1. T. S|iiiiit;lfi- 

Pnaiih lit K,il|ih V.. iSnvi'i- 

V'u( rr< aiih nt Ji-i-diui' S. SUmilim-li 

>'((■/■' 1<tr\i I>fsti'i- .M. l.i'iK-li 

Tr( iisiin r \Villi:!iii II. i^iuiicl 

v.. P. Ivi-iitzer H. A. Ti-aiitmaii P. Jv ('(iii|ii-r 

.1. R. .MarDniiald .1. I', (iruvn- J. 1;. ]\ 1. .Ti-. 

S. 1>. Weaver .M. .M. Ilostetter K. I,'. Aii(li-e\v> 

ir. R. :\Iiiteli V. ('. Auiifrst .M. II. Welly 

-I. li. Iliiteliiii.son K. I). Hressler Ix. .1. Tysnn 

i;. P. CiK.ley W. (). RlKia.l II. T. Ishiniiira 

.M. L. Swanger i;. W. Wiekes J. liiiiu-JKiiii 

P. v.. Rhiiiehart I). P. Ziise 1. R. Fm-tiia 

W. II. Smith W. A. Saner L. S. Pdwiuaii 



Fiiaf One Uundrrd T'j^enty -three 



p 




r. ■ n 



J 



^!i 



I'ai/i' Une IhnuireJ Ti-^ctiiy-f'iur 



'J' 



yi)><^ 



'^d OSr ^•~' 




\^^ 



^^z : fi 



<S 



Page One Hiindrid fxienly-five 



•y ■,~:- '— ^ 



f J 



D 



iThr "iC" criub 



Prusiilf nt FiTdiiiand L. Beck 

I'u (, P.nsidt nt ■ ■ LIrou ^1. Zinsser 

Seen tarjj-Treas«ri_ r Wilfred E. Perry 



l'}idergradiiaf( Mcuihi rg 



Ricliaru 11. Smith 
Roland R. Reiiii 
Guy D. Fanst 
R. Leon AVitiuer 
Ferdinand L. Beek 
Frederick Lauster. Jr. 
Edo-ar WliistK-r 
Henry L. I Ionian 
Richard Stantfer 
William Woll',. 
Walter AVolf 
William ( 'larkin 



Porte Wolfe 
Robert Yake 
Calvin Pencil 
William Wuesi hin.ski 
Wilfred Pcrry 
Cleon iliisser 
Raymond Finn 
Jerome Frock 
Joseph Danker 
Stanle.N' La Pointe 
Walter Krause 
Emerson iletoxin 



Page Onr Hundred Tiienty-six 



R 9 



•'"^nCi '^ /^ *'■.«*■ 



Atblrtir (Cuimril 

Ai.r.MM i;Kri;i-:sK,\-rATi\Ks 

John E. M;n-sli;ill I'n-sident 

CliiU'h's (r, Dottrr 'I'l-iMsurer 

Paul I,. Strii-klci' 

F.\t TLTV .MK.MI'.HIJS 

Dr. G. D. (iossard i'lv.sidnii of L. \'. ( '. 

Paul S. Wagiifi' Gradiialc .Mur. nl' .\tlilclirs 

Prof. E. R. Butterwiok Pnif. Andirw IJcuder 



E. E. Fake. "•23 



STIDK.XT .MK.MI'.KRS 



Elwood f. Stalilrv. '24. S.'crctai'v 



(luv I). Fa list. '2:5 



FtJi/e One IluriUrrd T-zventy-sevfn 



.' -i 




Offici rs 

^MusicML Director Prof. Fr;iiik Ilfirdmaii 

Dramatic Director Prof. T. Bayard Beatt\- 

Piaiirst I fa R"tli 

Piisiiicss ;\raiiai;('r I>i'stcr H. \Villiar<l 

Prcsidciil (ieori;v O. llohl 

Vice Pi'esident * 'alviii V. Pencil 

Secretary ■ • Liitlicr Weik 

'J'ri'asui'cr S. Donald Evans 

P,t'l'SUII III I 

First Triiors First Hiissrs 

a. (>. Ilohl .1. O. Zic>;lcr 

(;. F: Feneil R. C. Herb 

S. D. Evans H. Y. Sclnnnck 

C. C. Leber H. H. Saylor 

D. A. AVeik D. K. Shroyer 

P. A. Ti-antnian 

Sevoitd Tenors Second Basses 

T. L. Fav L. P. AYilliard 

P. A. Lelier W. V. Wenner 

J. K. Sherk J. Ct. Plioads 

E. E. Pake E. iSI. Whistler 
P. P. Donglas P. ('. Kielmer 



rrrr-T-n^r^ra::^ 



ifX^ 



Piit/f One HunJred Ti-enty-eight 



'-"U 



SSL^-^ 



i_« 




ti^ 



a 



-^ <,:-: ■»\i_j^ 



Fiuje (Jne Hundred Tzcenty-7iirie 



r> 



T) 



1^1 




Off it 



Musical Dirntor Prof. Fi-aiik TTardman 

President ■ • Agues iMerchitis 

Viic Presitloit ■ • Dorothy Sholly 

Seerctarij Esther Gilbert 

Treasurer ■ • Ruth Baker 

Business MmuKjer ;\Iary Hiester 

Accompanist ■ ■ Harvene Le Vau 



First Sojn-auo 

Estlier Gilbert 
Mary Heister 
Kathryu Hopple 
Helen Hostetter 
Betty Leaeliey 
Helen :\Iealey 
Agues Merehitis 
ilabel Silver 
Florence Seifriecl 
Elizabetli Stauft'er 
Verua Seitzin^zer 
Dorothv Shollv 



Secoud Soprano 

Marion Light 
Ruth Oyer 
Ruth Baker 
Kathryn Balsbaugh 
Olga Smith 
Yvonne Green 
Marv McDougall 



Altos 
Rosa Ziegler 
Delia Herr 
Verna Pell 
Grace Bander 
Hannah Fishbnru 
3Iargaret Rhodes 
iladge Clem 
ilariou C'orle 
Caruiie Kaufmann 
Ruth Rockefellow 
Cartha McCraeken 



■I" 



Page One Hundred Thirty 



'-\V 



.jfc-- 



V n 




"jrnTrrcKSSCjMi '- 



Page One Hundred Thirty-one -■ 



!■? ^ 




ntfiii 



61 j| i 



^UITTAPAHILLA STAFF 

£ ditor-m-Chie-f ...... -^/•^^^ 

Assistant ^d-ii-Lhiet.. ^J/(y^?^^ 

Society B.d,tor.. ..., ■ T^m-^JZ^ 

Special '^eot(yre£d'/tor...^^^-^^^-^-^ 
Humor Editor 'k'~~^„j f f- IJ^ 

Art t-dicors 

^?£ria.:v::::::-:/:-^^^^^ 

Photo^hapher. 7>f-tA'W*/-'r^*'^ 

^Business /^/cji<wer. .. . .■^^^-^^4^*^ 

Sales rianaQsr /S^ <^ -^^^^ 

^.Acl\/ertisina r'lana^er.J^.XJn^JUG^n^'^ 



fees, 'i* 



\f- 



Patje One Hundred Tliirty-Hvo 




u 



',^i- 



(jr: 



Paiie One Ilundrfd Thirty-three 



.--\ ;7 r 




fl B 



sm 







■rrm^ 



--:. zMf 













Page One Hundred Thirty-four 



''i.J-'~ 



I-I 



= 1 




'''o' \j 



J 




/ .^ 



Pnr^r One )lundrrd T/iirty-fivi 



n 




p 



m m 




HENRY WILDER 
Coach 



GUV D. FAUST 
Managfer 



iF0otbaU 



All ci'i'dii is dill' to ■'Siiililiy" t'lii' tlif spliMjilid I'oiitliall iiuK-liiur hi' pro- 
duced dui'iiit;' till' Si'asmi of '2'2. The record of the 1!)16 season had always been 
held liefoi'e the eyes of the team as a jioal aliimst unattainable, yet the resitlts 
lit' this season eoiiipai'e very favorably with the Iti season aiul if we had had a 
|iuiiter til ei|iial .Maekei't iif that day then' iiii^iit br a difii'erent story. 

To Maiia^jer Kausi. ton. we nwr thanks foi- tlu' eare of the team tiuaueially 
and till' si'i'iiriii^ in eonjuiiel ion with the (iraduate Maiiai^er of sueli a splendid 
sehedide. It is wiu'th noting' that four of the games were within reach nf the 
student liiiil\ in i-omiiarison with two home games of the season before. 



Srhrftulr ^paanu 1922 



L 







I; 


.v. 


( ) 


'I' 






L.Y. 


0pp. 


Sept 


:!(!— Army 









12 


.\oV. 


4 — Tuniata 


5!) 


fi 


Oct. 


7 — Georgetown 




6 




1!) 


.\oV. 


1 1 — Susquehanna 


19 





Oct. 


14— Penn State 




6 




:-i2 


Nov. 


US— Lehigh 


2 


6 


Oi't. 


lil— St. Josephs 




46 




() 


Nov. 


2.') — Gettysburg 





U') 


Oct. 


28 — Washington 




.■!2 
















Page One Hundred T hiriy-six 



C^- 



v^. 



A^ 



-^1/1 



^1^. 



©ur Harsitij §'l]ua^ 



FERDLXAXl) HECK— ('apt. 'riuni Vrar; Al'.- 2:2; \Vt. IIMI: Ta.'klr. I'li- 
fortunately ""Ferdie" had his hand lirokcii, luit \\ iu'ii hrali'd hi' apiieari'd with 
his usual scrap. 

KOLAND KEXX— Foui-th yrar; Agv i'.") : \Vi. IS."); (iuard. Fomhall heing 
■"Birdie's" favorite pastime he surely did prox.' that jiraetiei' makes pi'i-fcet. 

RICHARD SMITH— Fourth y.-ar; Agr 2(1; \Vt. ITO; Full Hark. With 
might and soul ""Dick" set up for hiuiself a new icrord on tie- irridii-on. 

HENRY HOMAX— Third year; Age 21; \Vi. l:!."); t^uarterha.-k. Our 
famous featherweight. And he pi-ovrd to In' the higgi'st troulilrmaker for our 
opponents. 

EDGAR WHISTLER- Third y.-ar; Agr 21; Wt. HI."); Ta.-kh'. Thr Iul' 
burly tackle who smih'd at opposition, for that was what he liked. 

JERO.ME FROCK— First year; Age 22; \V1. ITii; C.-ntrr. ••.Inry" was 
our nuisher and wlii'u hi' mashed tle-y renuiined just that way. 

FREDERICK I, AFSTER— Second year; Agv 2:i; Wt. IK.".; (iuard. ■■Fat" 
ruleil the line, and found no oiiposing lini' loo tight to ki'i']) him out. 

JOSEPH DAXKKR— Second year: Age 21: Wt. IHO; End. At Kn,l. doe 
could handle any .s(Kt of pass and when he tackh'd there wjis no are'uiueiit. 

WALTER KRAFSE— Second year; Age 22; Wt. IT.".; ILdfl.ack. When 
the line failed Waltei- couhl he depended upon. His speeialtv' was an aerial 
attack. 

WILLIA.M WrKSClllNSKI— Se,-on,l v.'ar: Age 21; Wi. ITH; lialfhaek. 
Having ])layed in most every |i(.sition ■■Hill" at last fiiuinl his holiliy. and his 
jolt is iH'i'maneiit. 

WILLIA.AI CLAKKIX— Second year: Age 21: Wt. 17(i; Knd. None 
esc;i].ed "Red". If his hands failed, he overcame them with his size. 

HOWARD HFRTXER— Fir.st year; Age 111; Wt. Ki.".; Tackle. •■I'.urt". 
tliough a first year man. hacked u|. the line in veteran style. IL' will surel\- he 
missed next season. 

WILFRED PERRY- Second year; Age 21; Wt. !(;.".; (.^uaiterli;ick. When 
"Heuuy" was hurt "■Zeke" ahly tilled the ])iisition. 

LEO BEILM— First year: Age 2S ; Wt. is.",; Full Hack. ■Hehmie's" 
bucking jirowess was coiistantl>- ajiplied to good advantage. 

E:\IERS0X _MKToX IX— Second y.-ar: Age 21; Wt. Itiii; Kiel. ■■Chief- 
proved a lifesaver for he (_liscovereil he had a toe adajitcd to dropdvicking. 

STANLEY LA POlNTE— Fir.st year: Age 20: Wt. 17.">; Half Hack. When 
'"Stan" ran the ball a gain was certain, for he ]ilayed the game hard. 

CLEO.X .^IT'SSP:R— Second year; Age 21: Wt. 17.".; (iuard. He has mas- 
tered all line positions and is ]iroven a wortlix' tighter. 

FREDERICK HElLilAX— First year: Age 2(1; AVt. 17.".; End. --Fritz" 
till- unexcitalile. was the sensational lad on the gridiron. 






Page One Hundred Thirty-seven 



' ^ j t VKSZ PS na 



UPU 



I i /-, I-- .^A. n I L 



-- -J 



1- ■ ■!■ Il j --^ 




■Just Hs the iiioiiiitcd j()<'ki'y I'i'poi-ts ;i1 tile vnrv trac/k at the sound of the 
first ^oiiiSi'. so oni- foot-hall men reportetl at L. \'. on Sept. 12, to the call of our 
renowned ( "oach Wildei'. Tiien like a troop of infantrymen they started their 
nine mile liike to Mt. Gretna, where they received a week and a half of the liest 
foothall traininfi', Sejit. 2Sth eame and we found a si|nad of 22 men hoarding- 
the ti'ain, deternnned to show the West Point Cadets wliat the !.. \'. foothall 
machine coidd do. 

Sept. ;i()th foiuiil till' wcariTs of tli<' iilue and White eaj;ei-ly awaiting the 
first whistle on the Army gritliron. Army received, and the tight was on! A 
tense moment — wcndd we yield to the Ai'iny offense? No, the.v held! they held!! 
Ai'iny then tiied an aei'ial attack which wiis soon cut shoi't. Tactics were again 
changed, this time to a mutual punting attack, here we were outclassed and 
Army slowly forced us to the goal line — and scored. Thus it was that the L. \'. 
team left the held at the final whistle with a score of 12 to against them. 




jT-^w^' " ** ft^^Jis^^v^^f '^jatvp* i 



l^atjr One Ilundred Tlnrty-eit/ht 







•■i.ti^-Tj v.Tagi - 



w '" •* 



--^ 



-^ p.^ H i ij. A :■•/- 




A wi'.'k inni-c of .sii;ii;il practii-c ;iiiil sciiiniiiayiiig- and ()it. Ttli fdiiiKl our 
sti-i'iio'thciied team ready to do liattli- with the lie;i\y Georgetown tcani at Wasli- 
inuftoii. Tile hoys fought hard, and were alih' to seoi-e a toiichihiwii hy a ■>'< 
yard run of oui- s|)eedy ■■Heimy" and his fcn-wai'd i)ass to Wueschinski. l!ut 
llie final seoi-e was against us. l!i to ti. Still we were ]irouil ! 

(In Oct. 14 the si|nail journeyed to Stati- ('olh'i;i-. ( )h what a surprise we 
irave them! State's formations would not get thru. Iiir tiick pla\s wei'e cut 
sh(u-t. and the end of tlu' first half found tlu' si ore IM-ti. in State's favor. I'.ut 
the third (|uarter pr-oved disastrous foi- L. \'. 'I'hrough an appai-ently pi-o- 
longed struegle in the last half. State was alile to seoi'e a few nioi-e tonelldowns. 
nniking the final score .'^2 to 6. 

The next game, Oct. 21. w;is phiyed with St. .Josephs on our own gridiron, 
('onipletely ontelassing them, tlie lilnr and Whites easily eaptui'ecl a 46-(l vie- 




ir^ 



u 



Page One Hundred Tf/irty-riine 



■<•:" ^ 



W 




tory. Thry were relieved in tlie last i|uarter l)y the second sti'iiig' men avIio 
seiii'ed witli almost e(|ual ease on the St. .Toe line. 

Some more praetiee am] (>el. 2S found oiii- team opposine- the Wasinngtoii 
College Sipiail at Ilarrishurg. The way "l)iek'" eircled the end. or "Hehm" 
hit the line, or "Henny" skipi)ed in and out aniong- the JIaryland lads was a 
marvel! At no time was the outcome threatening and we I'i'tiiriied to Ainiville 
with Washington's scalp to the tune of :V2-0. 

Our t'oui'th successive victory was scored against duiiiata at Leiianon on 
Nov. 4th. The aerial attack of Juniata at the l)eginning of the game surprised 
the boys at tii'st. so that the first 6 jioints went to tiie opponents, but they nipped 
it in the bud and liegaii a scoring game of their own. Though "Henny" was 
nnable to pilot the team on account of an injured kni'e Perry was ;d)le to drive 
tile ma<-liiiie llirough the .luniala lini' to a final score of .">!) to (i. 




!' 51 



I I v 



Payc One Hundred Forty yj 



if-^ \ 



^ o 



mi 

Pi I _ 



I-' .-., 



I J JL 




Siisi|Uelianna was tlii' next victiiu on the Li-haiiiiii l<'ii'l<l. Xn\-. 11. TIk- Imys 
Were iletei'iiiiiied tii retrievi' tlieiriseh'es this yeai' ten- the detVat nii 'riiaiiksi>-ivin,i;' 
of last year, ami they did! ""Ileiiiiy" was with tlii' " ijeiu-hers" until the latt.'i- 
part of the third i|iiarter when he went in and put the trinuninus on the \ ictoi-.v 
li.\" making a few more :i(l yai-d I'uns and si'veral of his famous forward passi's 
to Wuesehinski. Tlii' final seore airainst ('aptaiii Sweeney and his sipiad was 
]!• to 0. 

The next game. Xov. In went on record as a victory for Lehigh. \' r\ ( 'okIi 
Wood of Gett.vsluirg eongratidated "Stuhhy" after the game on dcfcatinu Le- 
high, the Allentowii juqiers. too. ipiestioned severjil decisions of the officials at 
that game. At aii.\' rate, that we were ahle to successfidl.v Mock foui' atti'iiipts 
to i)unt out of dangei' finally pusliing the lirown anil White Sipiad hehind iinr 
goal line foi' a safi't.x", speaks well of the |>ep and tight that oni' leaiii disp!a.\ I'll 




if^' 



'J 



'■r^ 



Piii/r One HunJrt'd Forty-one 



f ■ 




(111 that day. Througiiout the game Lehigh gained but 6 points, and those ou a 
i[Uestionalile ileoisiou, so that the tinal score was 6 to 2. 

Nov. 25th found ninety jiereent of the student body on the Gettysburg 
lileachers to yell for the team. The game began in a strong wind and a slight 
snowfall. The Blue and White line held like a stone wall against the straight 
plunges of the Battlefield lads but they were able to work several trick plays. 
and with Bream's toe were able to end the firet half with a score of 3-0 in their 
favor. The second half was a hard struggle. "Birdie"" featured by intercepting 
two passes and picking uj) a fuinlile iie;ir their goal and carry the ball out of 
danger. Then Frock and ""Henny"" were eliminated through injuries, tliis and 
the superior punting of Bream enabled the Gettysburg .s(|uad to score two more 
drop-kicks and a touclidown making tlie final score of 1.") to 0. 

Thus ended Lebanon \'allev"s football season. 



V»* -^*'^0^: 



^^^fej|#^ 





ITsf', 







'•iiaM^^lsiS^^ 



Page One Hundred Forty-tico 



n 



')■,-;-- 



n n 



(§xxt ^rruba 



When the words ' ' Ki>S('r\'fs"" or "Sciulis" ;iit incut iniicil oi- ;i iiii'iiiliiT of 
such s(|iui(| is pointed out, it occurs only :is :i |);issinu' I'ciuai'k, hut on the othci- 
lijind, let the "Varsity" or any of its si|uad he mentioned and we find it a sienal 
to "sit u]i and eivc him the once-over". 

Why should this he so.' ( )n tlu' g'l'id-ii'on the seiaih is the w hippini;' post 
of the \arsit\- and suh.ject foi' all e.xiiei-inienls. It is the scruh who stands in 
the way of the sonu'times awful onslaujjbt of the charging Varsity, and is e.\- 
peeted to cheek them and thi'ow them hack. Then considering)' the condition 
when the scrul) is on the offense, he must eliar-<ie thai "stonewall \'arsily line" 
and mow them aside. In short it is a lie-lit, at least usually so, of the lii;hler 
and nnsk'illed at^'ainst the strt)ngei' and moi'c expci'ieneed ei-oup. ('ertainly the 
sci'uh desei-\es moi'i' than a passing remark. 

'I'liiMi consider .just what the seruli team consists of. It is, in many cases. 
a team ol those who I'emain al'tei' ahoul Iwcniy two of the hest men are set aside 
and lalicded the \'arsit.\' s(|uad. Kvi'ry lime one nf ihi'se \'arsily men are in- 
.iure(l there is a vacancy to hi' lillcd, until his recoviu'y, liy a scruh. And it is 
idways the hest man amoiic- the seruhs thai is taken so that his position is hard 
to fill. Then aeaiu to he a eodd scruh you are expected to pla> most any posi- 
tion, tor at any time there mi^ht he a uap o|- vacancy to he lillcd loi- which Ihei'e 
remains only one man. .\nd he must till il witlnuit (|uesli(ui. So that in ile- 

fining the sciaih \\e feel it |ierl'ectly pl'Opci- 1(1 say, wilh all l-especl to till' Sci'uhs 
at L. ^',, he is — the one tor whom the N'arsily is not ahh' to provide, and who 
nuist serve as a "hnckine- hoard" for the \arsity s(|uad. 

It is f(U' these reasons theiL that the Seruhs deser\'e so much i-redil, inileed 
without them there could he no varsity. It was enlirely under such conditions 
and circumstances that oui' Hesei've S(|uad so commendahly fouo'ht the Varsity 
five nights out of evei-y se\-en, and also dcmonstrati'd their ahility with the 
opjiosinu- ti'ams in the results of theii' 192'2 Season Sehi'dule: 

Suit, 27— I.el .-01011 Ili-h 14: Reserves 0, Oct, 21— ('(i.I)<it l.elianou o : Kesei-vi-s 40. 

Sept. 30 — F. & M. .\eaileiii.v C; Iteserves 0. Nov. 4— Stevens 'I'raile Sell I'.l: Kes. ]s. 

Oct. 14 — Siiiiliin-v Hi;;li o: Reserves 28. Nov. 11 — Colmiiliia .\iiier. Les, 111; Res. Ill 



tp 



■a.^ 



J -^" - "^: 



Page One Hundred Forty-three 










"^1 



■" i 




RICHARD SJIITII 
Manager 



JOSEPH hollix(;er 
Coacli 



lastoball 



Score 



Score 









L.V. 


0pp. 








L.V. 


0pp. 


Dec. 


15- 


-Getty.sburg 


10 


■ 37 


Feb. 


2- 


— Snsciuehanna 


19 


26 


Dec. 


16- 


—Lafayette 


16 


37 


Feb. 


S- 


-Quantieo Mar. 


24 


28 


-Tan. 


12- 


-Seton Hall 


33 


36 


Feb. 


9- 


-CTeora:etown 


18 


37 


Jan. 


13- 


-[Moravian 


48 


29 


Feb. 


10- 


-(jallaudet 


15 


38 


Jan. 


20- 


-Franklin & 


3 Far. 32 


24 


Feb. 


13- 


-iloravian 


34 


18 


-Tan. 


24- 


-Yillanova 


30 


24 


Feb. 


23- 


-Delaware 


17 


19 


Jan. 


26- 


—Juniata 


28 


49 


Feb. 


24- 


-Yillanova 


31 


29 


•Tan. 


27- 


— Penn State 


19 


48 


Mar. 


3- 


— Gettvsburg 


28 


24 


Feb. 


1- 


—Juniata 


27 


28 


:\Iar. 


8- 


-Susciuehanna 


39 


33 



Harattu laHkrtball 



The call liaving been given by Coach Hollinger for l)asketl>all men, there 
were about twenty-tive respondents. This was too many for our small court so 
that through a process of elimination and survival of the fittest there remained 
about fifteen men. From this group was picked the varsity squad, seven in 
number, who under the leadership and commendable coaching of Joe, but under 
the verj' poorest of court facilities honorably fought through the season's 
schedule. In passing, our team surpassed all. but on a large court, as most 
colleges of today have, they were lost. Better results were impossible, indeed 
the result.s are surprising and woi-thy of much praise if consideration is given 
to the practicing facilities. 






(f-i- 



nj 



Page One Hundred Forty-four 



ini 




\VAi;ri-;i.' WoI.K, Ckxtkk (Cm'TainM 

W'Mlti'i- iiiii;-lit not liHik t;ill iiiil yti\] sliduld scr 
liim lift liiinsrlf likr a ti'rc wlim his (iiiixisitimi 
is iiigli. Ilr is a star wiii'ii it ciiiiics to |)layin^' 
thr tloof and with his sti\-ini;f litth' twist hi' 
liiaih- |ilriity ol' haskcts. 




iii-;M;\' iio.MAX. (iiM;i> 

■' llciiijy s' " size was at many liinrs a handi- 
cap esiicfi.illy ill a passing- sianic. hut it ]ii(i\i'd 
as hiw ail asset, fi|nally as often, w lien it came lo 
ii drihhline' eame. ' ' I Iciiiiy 's" speidait)' was a 
lone' shot and tln' hall very si'Idom hesilatcd 
Li'oine' llironi;ii the hasket. 



WILLIAM WoLKK, l-'..i;\\ \Kn 

('an liill shoot fouls.' Well he can't miss 

em. Hill though siiudh-r than mosi of his op- 

polients was ahle to si'ori' from the field willi 

any of them and was a miuhty (dc\'cr hoy in the 

passiiie <iaiiie. 




K.MKKSo.X .Mhn'd.VIN'. Fokw.vhd 

Chief, as is characteristic of Indians, was e.\- 
treiiicl.v clever and on all oi'casioiis outwitted his 

nppollellts liy his i|uickness. lie could handle 
the hall in any position and was tin' hiuh scorer 
from the Held. 




J 



xTCssaasscs^'r; 



P(ie/i' Onr HunJifd Forty-five 




AVILLTA:M C'LARKIX. Guard 

""Red" liciiig the "illy ' 'six-footer' ' proved 
his aliility at l)reakii)g' up passes. "Red"" is a 
worker, a hearty player and whether in scoring- 
or teamwork he foreed himself to the front 
nc\rr allowiiig anything to go undone. 



WAl/i'KIi KRAUSE. Center 

Walter is also a. juniper and has jn-oven his 
aliility every time he has taken his position in 
the middle ring. Team work was Walter's 
specialty, and at all times he gave his co- 
workers the chance of scfiring. AVe expect great 
tilings of him next season. 



1 




Li '» 


i 


I ^ 

■/0 


I 




WILIJAM WUESCHIXSKI 

liill loves to hear the hall "swish"' through 
the net. and lie can jnit the hall there too. not 
only for his amusement hut to help the team on 
to victory. He is a good scrapper and can he 
depended upon to give his best while in the 
game. 



Pai/f One flunJreJ Forfy-six 



O^ur iluuiur Harsttg 



Tile Jiiiiioi' Varsity of tlu' past season was witlimit iloiilit tlic stroiiii'cst 
eviT. They ])ut in condition our V.irsity sipiad and licsidcs went ilirimiih a 
scIiimIuIc (if tlii'ir own in miylity line shape. .Inst as i)nr X'arsity. llie\' wn-e liand- 
ieapiH'tl when they ])layed away t'i-niu home im a larger eonrt. Every nn'inher 
was faithful in i'e])OT-tini;' fni' pi-aeiier and all wei'e iniii'hty o<)od scrappers. ;it 
all times g-i\ing tln'ii' \ei-y hest, and they wei'e well itw ai'drd ;is llicii- schrduh' 
shows. 

Dnidili' hi'aders wen- tlicif specialty and en a numliee of (iceasidiis ran one 
game in the aftei'iuMin and (ine in the evening. W'liclhei' away IVom home, or 
on our own court thi'v well re|)resented the schmil and the sport. 

Tlie.N' had a sipiad (it almnl a dnzcn men and en several (lecasidiis due ti) 
injnr.v or renio\'al fi-om the game hy fouling, each of them had an (ippml niiil \ te 
do his hit teward a victor.\' lor the team. 'I'liey were all geed mi tlnor work 
and were lie "slonches" at scdring fl-om llic held. Se\-er,il of llli'lil liiek like 
pr'omising I'did shoetei-s for llie N'arsity lor the coming seasons. 

Suuiur Harsitu ^rliriiulr 



L.V. 0pp. 

Jan. 13 — Shijipens. Xor. :!o :5'J 

-Jan. 13 — Lancaster High 15 44 

Jan. 27— F. and M. Aedy 87 22 

Feb. 2— Sehnvlkill Sem. 27 40 



L.V. Opp, 
l-'eh. 21 — F. ami .M. .\cy. 2:; X\ 
Fell. 21— Leh. V. .M. .\n-li. 2:> 24 
:\Iar. 3 — St. Jos. (Lel)anoni20 32 
Mar. S— St. Lukes ( Leh. I 20 2.') 



l/^' 



C 



^ ^ir'^-'^'j. 



Pnffe One Hundred Forty-seven 



r---' ^<:T?V, 



' ! 







CIIAIM.I,.^ Kl.l.i IINER 
CuaeU 

liErEI, SWANK 
MaiKi^'er 

©ur 1322 g-raaou 

When the <-;ill for first |>i';ictirc \\as issui'd hy oui- ( 'oach it was answercil 
promptl.x hy iiiaiiy new luni as well as the niemhers i-einaining' from the "21 
Squad, (finite a iiuiuher of the iild Si|uail liad left us and it was tip to "Pop" 
Kelchnei' to whip ;i new team intu sha]ie. He went at it as only Ki'h-hner knows 
how. and in a few weeks had a splendid team in working- order. 

^Fanagei- Swank in the meantime had worked earnestly to prepare a good 
schedule for the season and was ahle to secure a. very good one. The season be- 
gan on April 8th, and while the record of the season is not as favorable as it 
might have been fi'om the standpoint of games won, yet we can ])roudly say 
that the team ])laye(l clean and sliowed good sportsmanship to the last man. 

L.V. Opp. 



II r- ^ 



A,n 
Apt 
Ap, 
Ap, 
A])i 

:yra 
:\rav 



8— Frank. & :\r;>r. 
2(1 — Jtuiiata 
21 — Sus((uehanna 
22— Bucknell 
20 — Dickinson 

6 — Susquehanna 
1.'^ — Gettysburg 



1 





.Mav 


16- 


-Blue Ridg 


.) 


u 


.Mav 


2(t- 


-Dickinson 


1 





.Alav 


26- 


-Frsinus 


2 


.0 


:Mav 


27- 


-Mllanova 





6 


May 


30- 


-Villanova 


•1 


■?■. 


June 


8- 


—Juniata 


6 


10 









L.V. 


Opp. 


1 





1 





5 


4 


2 


6 


2 


4 





2 



Pa(/e One IlmiJrcd Forty-eiylU 



L.^ 



O^ 



n 








WAI/rHi; WdLK. i Cm-i-mn 1*it( mii; 

\V;iltrr lias lor llircr seasons tilliMl the Ikin in pci'lcrl sha|M'. Ilis aliilily as 
a piti-licr. with all his spi'cil anil thr many \aricil hunks wliii-h he can pnt nn llir 
ball, is strcnothcnfd l)y his fdi'i'siiiht and his pdssrssKin of a hasc-hall mind, 
AXaltiM- |>iliiti'd fill' tram thrnnuh a sui-cfsst'ul srasnn. and did not discdiirau'' 
when siippdi'l was lackin"-. 

KM ii.\i;i) s.Mrrii, sk, ,,m. i'msk 

"Dick" was t ransplanti'd fi-din tlir (inlliidd tn Ihr inlicld and imim'iliati'l\ 
pi'ovcd tiiat 111' was al hdiiu' thd'c, fdi- im urdiiinliTs wcit tdd swift loi- him. Hi- 
was ipiitr handy at the hat. ton. 

I.KOX W IT.MKi;. I'lTciiKi; 

■'Li'l'ty". fill' cdiilidcnt pitclici- and tl iid in wlidiii dtlnTs arr cdiilidi'nt, 

lit' always had the li:ittci- at his mcrc\- and licin.n' ahh' to oiitwil them, he has 
provi-n his cxpci imrc woi-tli miii-h, Ilf tini is ipiiti' aMc to take i-ai'i' nl' liiiii^ 
self when at hat. 

IIK.XK'V ll(t.M.\.\. Tiiii;i. 1!.\,-E 

"nciiny" iidlds down thii'd hasi- and his favorite is a "hot Hiht" which 
he delights in \\hippiiiu' down to lifst and cati'li tin' laininT iiappinc'. There 
are few. ton, who can cii-cle the hases as speedily as "Ileiiny". lie will iiii'an 
miieh to the success of our team this season. 



Faijf Ohf ItiiruircJ For/y-niiie 



a 


in 



■?-ja'ro<»'isu(*5t 



=??22qEWBm«Or! 



-y /-' 




i.,' 



« Ji- 
ll 



KOHERT YAKE, C'exter Field 

"Bobby" the sensational lad. He gets them all if they don't fly out of 
sight. He has a perfect arm and it means a sure "peg" when he tosses the ball 
to the infield. "Bobby" has also a reputation as a slugger, and is re.spected by 
all the jtiteliers he faces. 

PORTE WOLFE. Catcher 

Porte though not the regular catcher could hold in the best of pitchers. 
With plenty of pep he could put life into the team and keep the opponents 
worried. Porte was a lifesaver many times wlim "Chii-f" was unable to take 
the position due to injui'y. 

WILFRED PERRY, FuisT Base 

"Zekf" wlici cainr to US as a pitcher or an outtieklei- tinally was ]_)laced on 
tiist which jiosition he haiidk-s like an old timer. He can pitch, too, when 
needed ;iii<l is kiniwn to "slash 'em out" wiieii at bat. 

WIJ.LIA-M CLARKIX, Rkuit Field 

"Red" considers it a I'egular part of the game to run out on the track or 
in the stubble to gather in a fly, and they are sure catches, lie is always alert 
and at all times backs up the inlielilei-s. "■Red" came tln'oiigh the season with 
many clean hits. 



Piit/e One IluiidreJ Fifty 



y-jU-~^ 




FREI)I-;i;i(K 1IKII..MA\, Siiukt Sxor 

"Frit/.if" tlioilirli usually a (|uiet Imy is ahvaxs vitv iiiudi alivr in a hasc- 
l)ali traiiit\ Hi' caiiR' to us witli a Ili^li ScIkioI rrcdrii and lias sIkiwii thai lie 
ran (1(1 f(|nally as well with us. Wln-n "!iut>c" left us, " i-"i'it/.ic" alil\ tiiliMJ ilir 
ipositiou. 

EMKKSOX .MKTdXIN. (An iii;i; 

■"Chief" was tlic liackstop U>v owv pitdiiim- statV. \'cry ti-w lialls went liy 
him. for the faster they e>inie the lictti-r In- handli-d thcni and lie cduld "Pru" 
to second in jiei'fcct style, "('liief' was always truod t'cf a hit. 

KAV.MoXl) l-'l\\. Tinm. I'.\se 

Eithei- in the infield or the outfielil nmie eotdd handle them |iietiiei- than 
"Waek" idthough his arm went bad s(i that on several oec;isi(ins he had |i(i(ir 
eootrol. His hattinir eimld not honestly he called tei'i-itic. hut often it was 
timely. 

W.M/rHi; Kli.M'SK. FiKsT ISase 

For half the season Krause travtded at hie-h s|ieiMl. thoiiiih he seemed a hit 
ott' color the latter half. lie knew how to haiuUe around halls anil wild heaves 
aud was also able to connect with the s]ihei'e. He is a hard wcn'ker wlunn ex- 
perience should develop into a reliable player. 



Pat/i' One Hundred Fifty-one 



r n 



I. 



©rttttta 



The spring- of 1112:2 luniiig arrived and all the trees and ground life i-e- 
a\\al<ened ri-nni their winter sluiuliers, L. A', took another braeer and revived 
with full foi'ce and virtue auothei- oF their long- lost spoi'ts. namely tennis. 
Tennis, however, is a very jxipular sport on our campus and when the courts 
are in sha])e llieie is always a waiting- line for each court. It wan merely a mat- 
ter of neglect that a ti-am had not lieeu organized to compete with other colleges. 

Sucli a ti'aiii was organized in thi' season of 1!)22 and with the aid of the 
tennis manager a satisfactory schedtUe of tournaments with other schools was 
arranged. Coach "Dave" Fink, a graduate of l>. \'. who had been on the 
tennis team when a student , afti'r a season of tryouts and coaching was able to 
])ick a team which coidd nu-et the liest of college representatives of this sport. 
On this team were lihodes Sta1)]ey. IMeyer Ilerr, Elwood Stabley and William 
Wolfe. All lit them being well seasoned |ilayi-rs they \\(M-i' able to carry off the 
schedule very commenilably. 

The teiui-naments staged at home were attended by the ma.jority of the 
student bod\- anil were tiie centers of intei-est while the season lasted. Our 
movable sectional bleachers were set up at the side of the courts, and there was 
always a hiindi-ed or more (hn-m students to till them, to cheer for the team, and 
to spur them on t(i victm-y. The spii-it nf co-operation was evident throughdnt 
even to the exti-nt of being meiitinneil hy the opposing team, or strangers \vhci 
were present at tlii' tournaments. 

There were several iruii-e tmirnaments schi-duh-d but had to be canceled due 
to l)ad weathei-. Hut the fact that the newly organized sport was able to create 
enough iutei-est to i-arry on a schedule of five tournamtMits. all with favorable 
scores, speaks well not oidy foi- the efforts of the manager and coach, liut for 
the success of the seasons ill the future. 



^ I 



: 



illip #rbr^ul^ — §>PcUimt 1922 

.SCORE 

L. A'. Opp. 

Lebanon \'alle\' vs. .luiiiata -4- 2 

■■ Drexel 5 2 

Mora\ian •:! 3 

" '" " Juniata •> 3 

■■ G-ettysburg 3 3 

J 

t Page One llundreJ Fifty-ii^'j ' - ' '^.O^^^^' - 



"Hf" 



\ 



I HI 



J^ 




C(7/» y»u lltt^int^ HeJtny 
rat.kat /lie l%j > 




^ Basketball 

.-^^ Ol tke. Home. Court 



&hrtiuck Old the. 
bean ball 7"^ 




'B^kk,/ 5.''c it Ho' 



(Lj S in demand 

afZer Foaihail 

Bern (^ i/eXT 




wAe/i QirJie. /^ea/!% ''S^^ 



Piii/r One lliindi ed Fifty-l/iree 



O^trrH Harsttg laskrlbaU 

The interest iu basket hall had been steatlily increasing in the last two 
years for the most jiart dne to the system of interelass games and a better or- 
ganized eonrse in ■■(iym" work. It was natnral then that the girls shovild at- 
tempt to reestalilish a girl's Varsity at L. V. Unfortunately, perhaps, they 
adopted the boy's rnles in playing the game, and for this reason found it im- 
possible to arrange a sehedule with other college teams wliich as a rule play the 
girl's I'ules. iliit it was no difticidt mattri' to get into shape a schedule with 
High School and other teams. Tliis being the first time since '11* that we had an 
organized gii'i's Varsity they were somewhat handicajiped as to experience, but 
on the whole tlirir season can be i-alli'(l a success even though they had but one 
victory. They did come through with a niunber of close games and on one 
occasion played an exti'a five minute period to decide the victoi'. With this as 
a stai't We will |ii-cdict ioi' the futui'c a girl's team which will come u]i to the 
jiar of its pasl and guai'antec a sci'ics of gootl games foi- the next season. 



SCHEDULE 

•Tan. 17— Harrisburg Ind. 10 18 Feb. 17— Hersliey H. S. 16 

Jan. I'O— :\rvei'stown H. S. 4 '20 Feb. 2-4- llershev H. S. 8 



10 


18 


4 


20 


111 


1.-1 


8 


2:^ 



Jan. 27— Harrisburg Ind. Id l-'i Feb. 28— Annville H. S. 15 

Feb. 10— Palnivra H. S. 8 2:^ Mar. 10— Palmvi'a U.S. 5 



(^xvVb Jutrrrlaas ^^JDiia 

In line willi ihc gi'ni'i-al inti'i'fst shown in inter-class and inter-group games 
among the boys, a schedule of similar games was ari'anged among the gii'ls. 
They included in their sports basketball, volleyball aiul indoor baseball. This 
^^•as an entii'ely new feature for liei'etofore there was nothing <'Xcept the I'egu- 
lar "gym" routine and "■challenged " games. In (U'der that each girl might 
have a chance in the games they were divided into aliihabetically an-anged 
gronps. siniilai- to the s<'heme nseil with tlii' lioys. The inten-st shown l)y the 
girls, and also the rest of the school, indicates that the plan is a good one and 
has done nuich to inci'ease tlie class as well as school spirit of our students. 

This interest has gone beyond the "■gym" events for the girls are planning 
at tile time III' writing this ai'ticle outdoor \-olleyball and baseball games which 
will lie played on the campus as soon as the weather jiermits. (ireat credit is 
due these gii'ls for the grit and si)ortsmanslii|i they are showing. 



paije ihit' lltmdn'd ¥i\iy-U>nr 



3nlrauutralH 



Previous to last year tlifi'c was rari'ieil tlinio\it tlir ilitt'ci-fiit sport seasons 
interclass eoiitests lu-outrlit aliout liy clialleiiges only. Our Athletic Direetor. 
Coaeh Ilollinger has instituted a ln'tter system of stairiiiir these f):anies, and he- 
sides has been ahle to I'un a retjulai' schedule of ii-aines each week so that a con- 
stant interest would he maintained in the student hi^dy as a hoost to the N'arsity 
Si|uads. This is particulai'ly true of the indoor sjioi'ts. Last year the schedule 
was nuide up of interclass jjanies entii'ely, each class playiiiir a series of three 
sanies with every other class. This year he has inauijurateil a new system. 

Each class met I'Vi-ry other class luit once in the sporls. hasketliall. xolley- 
liall and indoor hasehall. The male student hudy was then di\ idi'd inti> live 
.groups alphabetically. They were as follows: The A to I) i;i'iiup (-aUed Heckei-- 
inos, the E to H ^roup called tin- Elephant llunti-rs. the I to K' ^roup called 
tlie K. K. K."s, the S to T irronp called the Sticki'rs and the I' to 7. i;i-onp 
called the Spark Phig:s. .\ schedule nf the thi'ee alidxc mentioned spoi'ts was 
tliiMi ai'rani;'ed li,\' the .\lhletic Direcloi' and il was carried throni:li with as much 
]>ep an<l intci'est as tlu' ('lass yaines. 

This s.vsteui has j)roven the most satisfactory, for it has Lrixeii each man a 
chance and entiridy eliminated tin- possibility of bad s|)ortsmanship oi- ill-will 
due to "cliipies" in the student body. i)ni'ini;- the i^ames the ■■i;allery" was 
usually packed by an enthusiastic group ^si supporters, and each e|-(iu|i co- 
opei'ated with the othiM' to carry the schi'iluie In a successful end. 

In this discussion there is no attempt to gixe a complete i-esnmc ef all I he 
intei'class events, foi' to do so woidd I'cipiirc maii.x imu'e pages ami would he- 
come a series of dull statistics. \Vc lia\'e ehnseii this particidar part in order 
to give '"Joe"' full credit for his efforts toward creating more scIkmiI spirit, and 
jjutting a bit iif varict.x' into what might othei-wisi' be a dull routine df '■gym" 
woi'k. 

Following are the results of the interclass contests in llasketball ami \'"lley- 
liall. Tile intergrou]) schedule has not been cnnipleted at the writing of this ar- 
tich' so that the results cannot be givi n. 

l'..\SKETl!ALI, VOLLEVHALL 

Seniors S — funim-s 

Seniors 12 — Sophomores 

•Seniors 7 — Freshmen 

Juniors 16 — Sophomores 

Juniors 12 — Freshmen 

Sophomores lo — Freshmen 



•)■> 


Seniors 


l."> lunidi's 




f( 


14 


.Seniors 


.1 — Soiihdindr( 


•s 


1.') 


IS 


Seidors 


l.'i — Freshmen 




() 


~ 


Juniors 


1.1 — Sopliomori 


'S 


1(1 


2(! 


Juniors 


12 — Freshmen 




1.') 


16 


Sdplidmores 


12 — Freshmen 




1.1 



Paqr One H :inJi iJ Fifty-five 



<Ci^;-/' 



■J 



J 


> 




(§nv (Ebrf 



1024's ())iiittaiiahill;i -would not be 
i-oiiiplete without ;i woril of grateful 
appreciation for our elicf. The man 
of the honr. and by whom we all li\e. 
Thr proverbial "bum eats" of c'olle<j'e 
life does not api)ly to L. ^^, thanks to 
elief, for by his untirin<i- efforts wi' 
liave three, good, whoh'some, palatable 
meals a day. In addition to this, he 
l;no\vs h<i\v to delight us in serving np 
an ineomparable Christmas ami Foot- 
ball liancjuet. We cannot help but m.'ii- 
tion. too, the entlinsiasm with whirii 
i\Ir. Favinger followed up mu' foni- 
ball te;im I'vcu making it possibb' for 
the studriil body to attend the last 
two u'aiiH's dl' the scjisou. 



Ml! .M c. i.\vixi;er 



O^ur diolhi iauitnr 

"iMoruin' Dad!" Sure ,\-ou 'vf hi'.iid 
it. .\ iiu liear it evci'y day and you hear 
liis jollv answi-r. too. "l)^ul" is our 
.janitor ,-iud can usuall.v be foiuid to 
hear and t(] attfiid to (Uir troubles when 
there is a diair ui'edcd. a window bro- 
kmi. or a griici'al repair to be made. 
31a ny times, too, we thoughtlessly do 
thiiitis \vhieh mean more -work for liiiii. 
but he ue\er complains. It is 'with the 
ntnutst sincei-it.\- and ajipreeiation that 
we wish him the lies! that life can give 




:\n; simox wom-i; 



^< 



I'ai/i' One Hundred Fifly-six 



I-I 



I I i 




CZ1[ 





mf'i 







;pX-^ 



Pa(/i Our llundi id Fitty-scvm 



l^O Yor WANT AX EXTRA COPY OF TITE 1924 QUFTTAPAHILLA 

FREE •! 

This is the first tiiiU' in tin- history of the (^uitt;i|»;ihilla tliat the Aiiiiual 
St;itf has made this daring- otfer. Think of it ! It is once in a lifetime that sueh 
an otter as tliis is j^laeed within your gi-asp. We want you to feel free to take 
advantage of it. We lielieve in rewarding honest effoi't, we also believe in hold- 
ing high the standards of the book which shall record the events and statistics 
of our life at L. V. C. Therefore, we absolutely guarantee a free copy of the 
1924 Quittapahilla to be given to any person who will mail us proof that any 
joke used in this humor section is not new and original! Send all eommnni<'a- 
tious to the Editoi'. 1924 (Quittapahilla. Room '14. Boy's T)oi'm L. V. ('. 

N(i1(: All ((iiHinnnivatiutis must be accmnpanied bij fmir ilullar.s (Si.UO) 
III tiiver lasts (if jiiiikitifi, mailing, tfc, etc. 

We now present this section for your approval, dear reader. In it, we have 
tried to include only those hapi)enings or jokes which can be laughed at ami for- 
gotten. If we have displeased you please get a small piece of paper, paste and 
scissors and |)aste it neatly over the offending statement. Then try to I'emember 
only the funny things we have said. 

IX CIIEM, LAB, 

Brilliant ehem "stude" picking np a small "unknown"" bottle and reading- 
label ■Silver-Keller"": ""Say Prof, what kind of compound is this?"" After 
a time Prof, succeeded in explaining to him that it was just the last names of 
:\rabel and Ellen. 

IDEXTIFTED 

■"All American" Frock (to Coach at first football i)raetice): 1 "m a little 
stiff from bowling. 

Coach : I don't cai-e whei-e you are from, get on >-our duds and go to work. 



HOW 1)11) HE GUESS IT? 

Gingrich (in Economics) : What is a person called who dies without leaving 
a will? 

Ke.ssler : Deceased, 



Piit/e One Hundred Fijiy-eiyht 



An A^^r^^1B 

I Willi Apdldtjies to Aliraluiiii l.iuciiln 

Two srori' aiiii si'Vt'iiti'rii vt'ars iig'd luir t'athrrs I'stalilislicd in licautil'ul Leli- 
anou X'allcy a new institution of learning, coiKTivfil in liberty and ilfdicatt'd tii 
the proposition that national prosperity is tlie aim of all good eitizenshiii. For 
tllis I'eason we are now met in the Economies Classroom, testing whetiicr that 
stud.v or a good snooze will long take jiosse.ssion of us. We are met to dedieate a 
portion of this room as a final resting plaee foi- those who here gave their atten- 
tion to Prof. 's line. It is altogethei- fitting and proper that we should do thi>i 
But in a lai'ger S''nse we cannot dedicate, we cannot consei'i'ate. we cannot hallow 
this ground. The lirave l-cliaiion X'alleyites li\ing and dead who strtiggled to 
keep awake here have dedicatiMl it fai' ahovc our poor power to add oi- detract. 
We will little note nor long rememher what was said here Iml \\i' will nevi'i' I'or- 
trct lii>w well we slept here. It is for us tlii' living i-atlicr to he dedicated to the 
great task renuiining before us, — to ]iroiMn-i' for our classmates more com- 
fortable seats so that they nia>" not need to sprawl over three chairs. 

Thus in behalf of the economists id' the Class of '24 and the three Wolfes. 
we dedicate the last two I'ows of Room IS Un- the dormant partners of the suc- 
ceeding cla.sses. We hei-eby highly resolve that these honored slumberei's shall 
not be disturbed, that this institution shall have a new birth of freedom and the 
seats of the people, foi- the ])eople. and nndei- the peo]ilc shall be hereafter more 
comfortable. 

When ,\"ou have a kind of feelin' 

That life ain't very dear: 
When you wish >du wasn't livin' 

And to die you wouldn't care; 
^lost everything agoin' wrong 

Hut ni>thin' going right. 
When your aiijietite's a failin ' 

( 'an 't even sleep at night ; 
When you wish the world to zoozle. 

And most the people too; 
jlight it be because you're siek, lad. 

Cr just a feelin" blue? 
Nawi: Exams!!! 



Pai/e One Hundred Fifty-nine 



::ii- 



_N> 



Sluninr IHtrrnr 



Name 



Robert Allen 
Carl Bachiiian 
Edna Baker 
Ruth Maker 
Kathryn Balsbaugh 
Edward Balsbaugh 
Grace Bauder 
Ferdinand Beck 
George Biecher 
Dora Billet 
Simon Bomgardner 
Gladstone Cooler 
Leroy Dow hower 
CynthiaDrinnmond 
Regina Edris 
Donald Evans 
Mary Eegan 
Hannah Fishburn 
Donald Fields 
Sara Greiner 
Esther (iilbert 
Ruth Harpel 
Rachel Heindel 
Ray Herb 
Mary Hershey 
Henry Homan 
John Hovis 
Elizabeth Hopple 
Mildred Kreidcr 
Robert Kantz 
Frederick Lauster 
Charles Leber 
Herman Light 
Sara Lindcnmuth 
Ralph Martin 
Dorothy Mancba 
Maryan Matuszak 
Helen Mealey 
Anna Noll 
Ruth Oyer 
Emory Reidel 
Paul Rhinehart 
Mabel Rice 
Claude Rupp 
Florence Seifried 
Benton Smith 
Charles Smith 
El wood Stab ley 
Jerome Stambach 
Richard Stauffer 
Marie Steiss 
Murray Swanger 
Ida Trout 
Marvellen Thomas 
V. Underkoffler 
Wilbur W'eiser 
Lena Weisman 
Edgar Whistler 
Florence Whitman 
Porte Wolfe 
Walter Wolf 
\^'illiam Wolfe 
Edna Yake 
Robert Yake 
Susan Zeigler 



Commonlv 
Called 



Chief 
Characteristic 



■■Bob" 
■■Mike' 
■■Ed" 
■■Rufus" 
■■Ray" 
■•Eddie" 
■■Grace" 
■■Ferdie" 
■■Beaker" 
'■Dora Mae 
•■Si" 

••Coolev" 
••Doc" 
■•Cyn" 
■■Reggie" 
■■Don" 
"Molly" 
■•Fishy" 
■•Fields" 
••Sus" 
■Q. T." 
■Ruthie" 
■■Dach" 
■■Hungry" 
■■Mary" 
■'Henny" 
■■Jawn" 
■•Zibby" 
"Midge" 
■■Bobby" 
••Froggy" 
•■Hinky" 
■■Herm" 
■■Sara" 
■■Fat" 
■■Dot" 
■■Pete" 
••Dizzv" 
■■Ann" 
••Rufie" 
■■ Tzzy" 
"Rhineliart' 
"Mabel" ^ 
■■Ruppie" 
■■Floss" 
■■Ben" 

■■c. C." 

••Stabe" 

■■Jerry" 

••Dick" 

•■Marie" 

■■Pat" 

■■Ida" 

••Mary'^ 

••\'ii<.-" 

■■Bill" ^ 

■■Lena" 

"Eddk-" 

■■Flo" 

••Port" 

"Walt" 

"Bill" 

"Yak.-v^' 

■■Bobby" 

■•Suev" 



Hard Worker 

His line 

No puffs 

Talent 

Open-minded 

Grace 

Wit 

Trick hats 

His hair 

Blushing 

X'oisiness 

Reliance 

Funny 

Line 

Hair 

Soprano 

Innocence 

Earrings 

Agreeable 

Good naturcd 

Giggling 

Hefty 

Piping up 

\'oice 

Student 

Size 

Bragadosia 

Gentleness 

Snub nose 

Height 

Fat 

Beauty 
' Complexion 

Piety 

Infatuated 

Tactfulness 

Studiousness 

Dreaming 
I Neatness 
' Smile 

Speed 

His laugh 

Size 

Mush 

Frocks 

Goodwill 

Versatility 

Handsome 

Blushing 

Dizziness 

Canadian 

Stature 

Sincerity 

Tall 

Wisecrack 

Latent energy 

Wit 

Ladies Man 

Electric curler 

Fickle 
j Bashfulness 
, "^^'aiting 

Tom-boy 

Line 
' Lisp 



Hobbv 



Snakes 

\\ omen 

\ irginia 

Drawing 

Faking 

Swatara 

Eternal triangle 

Jjummy Engnieer 

Biology 

Benig good 

Ladies 

Dots and dashes 

Oratory 

Crucible 

Chemistry 

Wellesley 

Albright 

Styles 

Music 

Romance 

Flirting 

Bill 

Baking 

Jazz 
j Stringing 'em 
I Chewing gum 

Baseball 

Commuting 

Dickinson 

Y. M. C. A. 

Philosophy 

Dancing 

Math 

Music 

Agnes 

Talking 

Emerson 

Posing 

Five Hundred 

Hope Chest 

Moyies 

Debating 

Walking 

Football 

Coasting 

Maple Street 

Ouittie 

East Annville 

Star Course 

Moonshine 

S\racust 

Waiting 

Greek ' 

Painting 

Physics 

Cutting classes 

Oratory 

Altoona 

Writing letters 

8 o'clock classes 

Baseball 

Phila. 

F^ nickers 

Curls 

Restaurant 



Favorite 
Expression 



••Oh. Mr. Ducrot" 
"I heard that before" 
••I reckon" 
••Eee-Eee! !" 
"P. T. Dink" 
"Superfluous" 
••Shakespearian" 
•'Oh. Lil. Don't be sill" 
■■I have so much work" 
"Who's the new Frosh? 
■■I'm sleepy" 
■■Me eve!!" 
■■Oh my?" 
"Prof. Beatty said" 
••Say kid" 

"Sweet spirits of nitre" 
"Think he's sorer" 
■■Oh! Cartha" 
"Well. I hope!" 
"Darnifino" 
■■Oh kiddo" 
■■Where^s Bill" 
■■Oh Lawsy" 
"Let's Eat" 
••Oh! Dear!" 
"1 don't know" 
•'??????" 

••For Pete's Sake" 
"Do this" 
"I'll say" 

"Let's see your paper" 
"1492" 

••At Lehigh" 
•'Oh Goodness " 
••This is too much" 
•Til tell you a good one" 
'■Emerson says so" 
■■My Lawd" 
••Ach it ain't so" 
"My word" 
"I pass" 

••I must go home" 
"Sure I will" 
■■Hello girls" 
■■Omigosh" 

'Hey Dot wait a minute" 
■■No Kiddin' " 
"Oh. Hennv" 
"Rats" 

"Dear Doctor" 
"Long live the kine" 
"I didn't get time" 
••Here I am Hejiziliah " 

"At Hood We " 

■'Peonle fuss too much" 

"I didn't get in tmtil" 

"Good Hannah" 

"Oh Helen" 

■'My side kick" 

"Kiss mama, kiss pana" 

"At Hartford we — " 

"I'm goiner to Phila" 

"Censored" 

"I had a girl last nite" 

"I'll sav" 



Pmie (tni Hundred Sixty 



;rD 




Lt- 



^sr 



ro 



P<i</f Onf l/u/iJi rJ Sixty-f/Tir 




Page One Hundred Sixly-fwo 



N^p^^^ a U;raiRr (ta\i 



III front tile l)oy s ii(iriiiitoi-y rafl.\ or late. 

The couples will plant tlii'iiisclvi's and (It'liatc. — 
Whether to take in a dani • a sluuv, 

Or what makes a I'rippled ant walk so slow. 
There's Xi;^ and Mae. (4eoi-ge and Mae, Agnes and Fat. 

Lola. Diek — Kat and Renn. and e'en more than that 
We like 1(1 see them happy h\il wc always have to stop. 

Til push thrdusrh the cruwd. I)(iii'l wc need a traftie cop? 

.\()TlllN(i XKW! 
Kerr: Say Sai'ah. your mouth is open. 
■Saratl : Yes, 1 opened it myself. 

LKT MK COCXT 'KAl 
Prof. I )iTiekson : .Miss hoiijr. how iiian\ rilis have you'' 
Jliss l-ontr: ( )|i !)ear! I ilon't know. I'm toi) ticklish to count them. 

pixocmoss 

AVagnei' ; Did you prove that |)ropositioii ? 
Weiiner : Well I've rendered it highly proliahle. 

A XI) IX TilK S.\.MK PLACK TOO 
lioyer: They say whiskey shortens a man's life. 
Kupi) : ^'es, hut he sees twice as luuch in the same time. 

TilH .MVSTKPV OFTIIK MISSIXC MI'STACIIE. 
After the Junior i'lay he was the hero of the hour. He had moved the 
audience to smiles and tears liy his s]ileii(liil acting. Hut now he ,iostle(i 
through the crowd, unmindful of the eager throng waiting to shake his liand, — 
of the admiring glances of the movn timid ones, even of his wealth of sidehurns, 
mustache, grease and paint. He soon reached tlie side of his chief critic, re- 
ceived her applause with satisfaction. Then they walked slowly down Maple 
Street. The strain was over, the pla.y was ended, and he returned to his room 
late that night. — But to his dismay and confusion his roomy told him that he 
had forgotten to remove any of his "makeup" except his mustache. Where had 
he lost it? 



Page One Hundred Sixty-thrre 



'1 


,'( 



ill: 



t' Wanhn Hhat a ^rof ulbtnkB Aluntt? 

i- 'I'lic (locii- ill 111!' i-cai' of the room ojiciis l)riskly just nine niinntes after the ' 

' lioui'. In loft \ iiiji.icsty. the Prof sweeps up the :i isle, heedless of the class which ' i) 

'l all preparecl for its getaway in another minute, now slumps dejectedly into their ' 

I seats. The I'rof steps up to the desk, pidls hack his ehair. ylauees to the t'our '- 
corner-s of tln' rooiii. and slowl.v sits down. 

I'l'of to himself: "Fooled 'em ajj'ain ! What a lot this younger geiiei-ation ; 

'l is! We never li't a teacher get awa.\' with anything like thai when I was in 

College. Well I suj)pose f 'd better i)ull m.\' annual joke to soothe theii- shocked 

I nerves. ... I wondei- how it is possible foi' me to sndle at that one still. . . . 

Foi- (ioodness sake! will .\(iu look at tiuit t'ellow in the fouiHi row laugh! Some 

farmer! l!ut aftei' all he deserves an A for thai etfort. I'll just make a note 

■ of that. . . . Wonder if the.\- know anything about the h^ssons .' Which reminds 

nn'. just what is the lesson.' Well the easiest way to Hud out is to ask (piestions. 

Here goes .lust as I thought. I've been asked that (juestion by all ii 

the half-wits for the last ten years and expect to hear it foi- twentv yeai's m(u-e. . . j| 

.\h ! 1 sei' the shining light of that intelleetnal circle is \\(n-king an inspiration. . 
' duck, it's coming! . . . Whew! he spent two lioni's ])reparing that one and I had 

j ro hand him a line foi' five minutes until I thought out the riglit answer. 1 

', supjxise he deserves an A. but 1 feel liki' .L;i\ing him a nice broad E. Now for 

i a few ipicstions of m.v own. . . Same old stall. Didn't understamj what T 

said. Me ought to know that the bell won't ring foi- fifteen minutes yet. Hut 
I w h.\' hothi-i- him ahout tin- lesson, wi-'ll try another.... Hurrah, there goes the 

l' bell. And just where is m,\' class.' Xo wonder we have such good college 

1] sprinters in America!! Wtdl 1 don't blame them, 1 feel the need of a good 

\t smoke myself. 

A.Xl) L()\'K is HI, 1X1) 
Mae: Xig di-ar. it will be all right. Alothei- ;it least is on our side. 
Xig: What makes ,\'ou think so.' 
Mae: Well, 1 heard her tell Papa not to judge to<i mu(-h b.\' appearances. j 

i' KSPEeiALLV AX IX(;EHS()LH :, 

It is an insult for a student to take out his watch during a lecture, but it 
is the ultimate insult when he holds the watch to his ear to see if it has stopped 
(1 running. 

I, 



Pae/r (Jnr HtniJrrJ Sixty-four ' ' .'-^~-'''^__ " ^ 



(l[m\ AiT (I*aU^^ HJuuinrs 



Wliiliiian: An rlriiiciit like air is calli'd a inixturi'. 

Oyer: The island of liritaiii is surrouiuli'il liy waii r. 

Noll: ( describinjj her new seai't') (iirls it "s a peach! ll has a hiir(hT rduml 
the edge and the eentei' is in the niicklle. 

Etlna HakiT: (in Hioloijy i i,ii(ik a1 iii,\ di-awinL;-. 'Tlir ladpoh' is hcijinnini;- 
to look human. 

Sus (xi'einei': I used lo In- a tiurnl t\ pewriter. 

Dot ilaneha : lie had nnthini;- Imt a swoi'd, anil In- was nnaniicd. 

Floss: I "d like a iln-ss nf a dark shade of whiti'. 

]\ral)el : A frosj is a laiy with foui' lei;-s. ll stands up in frdnl. 
l-\-d Martin: < wni-kiiiii- calrulns ' This prolih-ni is alisolnti'ly insdlnhlr. 

s|-.\(i i;v A l'i;i-:siiiK 

When 1 canic t.i I.. \'. 
Thr\ sold iiic 

A chaprl seat. 
,\nd Ihr radiator 
III my riiom. 
,\ hymn liook. 
All a lockrr in 
The ( iym. 

Thry tdiik m,\ check 
.\nd laiiehcd at me. 
Kill I fiiiilcd thcin — 
Sinci' I hadii 'i 
\\iv mnni'\' in 
The hank.' 

ol'T l-'di; Tli.VCK 
l'"akc: ^'(ln left till' water riinniiii;. 
.\danis: (iond. It needs the exercise. 

ArT()-KTit^»ri;TTi': 

Xitraner: TTave an accident.' 
liachmaii: Xo thanks. .Iiisl had mie. 

lirilliaiit Frosh : I 'II ha\'e tn un nvei' and write a theme on Siieats and Kell\' 
for English 1-2. 

'"A colleee I'dncation teaches yon so many thin.irs >'on couldn't hegiii to 
mention them all — not in polite socii'tx." 



P/iz/f Ofir HunJrt'J Sixty-fi^'^ 



Off Photi^rapher (JcLiJentall/ 

^'^UseJAlcoblmkad of ^ 
Developer — 

Arid „ , - , , 

" "^ tvc Beet lv>iii 

'^/e^°7ivrai/f/ir£o Pictured 




*'cy -k.p> L.an:i^e.'i-~d. Spongier- h.b. BIos^' - CoQ^h 



Vage One Hundred S\xiy-six 




Pn(ie One llunJi'iui Sixty-seven 



zJ- 



ICibrarU l^ules (Spmap& tbUimi) 

1. Wiieii entering leave the door wide open. 

2. Don't come into the Library to study, it's not expected of you. 

3. All persons should talk loud to obtain a good effect. 

■i. If you see any book you would like, help yourself: take it without 
having it recorded, don't be bashful. You may not get another chance. 

•"i. Iveep all books as long as you desire. No one else wants them. 

(). Don't read the dictionary or encyclopedia, they're too light and frivol- 
ous. Anyone can comprehend them, even the Freshman ("lass. Be more in- 
tellectual, read the funny magazines and jokes. 

7. Don't abuse the chairs liy sitting on them. What do ,\(in su|i[)i)sc 1he 
tables are for'? 

AND AVITllorT IIV.MX BOOKS 

Scene : ( 'hui'cll 

Time: June morning 

Outside, crickets chirping loudly, — inside choir rendering anthem. 
She: Isn't it wonderful? 
He: Yes, and to think that the>' do it with their liind legs. 

BE SHARP TO GET THIS ONE 
Pi'of. Hoke (in Education 42) : Do you see the point in the (luestion, "How 
many angels can dance on the point of a needle?" 
'Stal)]ey: No, but I'll bet they could feel it, 

SUGGESTIONS TO FRESILAIEX FOR LITERARY SOCIETY 
ANNIVERSARIES 

L It is a rule of the school that all ladies be accompanicil by men. (Be 
soeialile. ) 

2. To keep down expenses, fellows may wear gingham shirts and ovei-- 
alls. (Be economical.) 

3. Buy one dozen suiitlo\vei-s, delivered on a wheelbarrow. (Be lilieral.l 
■i. Buy a fifty cent box of lolly pops I'i'duced to thirty-nine cents. (Be a 

sport.) 

5. Don't make your lady friend do all the talking. (Be entertaining.) 



Pai/e One lliinJreJ Sixty-eii/ht ' , - -' 'O--'" 



n 



:' fi 



-, I 



V /' 



'l» 



Mvmavws 



of all my cdlli'i;!' litV, to iiic 

Theiv's iiiir li'ssiiii I hat is tlir (It'iiri'st. 
Of all my tlirilliiig c's^-aj)adt's. 

This oiu- to im- the clearest. 
I've enjoyed a laugh in Uingrich 's class 

In Enrojic Tvc followcii licatty, 
I'nilcr (Jrimm I've woi'ked with machinery 

And Ilardiuan tanglit inc "Katty". 
I've crammed tangents, functions and sines 

And lattled French like a parrot. 
Hut of all the lessons you can di'tine 

To none can ] comjiare it, — 
"Tis just one sentence, Sta.v ! It's a bargain! 

■"ifost men want poise and more ro.val mai'gin." 

IT'S TWO VKAKS' (IKOWTil AT THAT 
Krause : Why ari' all llir Seiiidr IVIlows growing mustaches'.' 
Nig: Becansi' thr (HH' who has '^I'dwn the hmgcst ninstachc hy ('ommence- 

n\ent gets a pi'izr. 

Krause: Then Willianl slmnldii't ln' i-nniili-d. liccausc his looks like a Kol- 

shevik to liegiTi with. 

TIIK :\roRXIXO .\FTER 
>'rock: Ili-y, Old Tup! Its tiftc-rn to niiir. 
Izz.v: (sleepily) Wait till it 's even money and hct it all. 

A.XOTIIKH SICKKR I'.ITKS 
Scene: Boyer's Auction Sale. 

Auctioneei' (to Nigrelli): Do you know the ditference between a hank, a 
piano and a lieehive? 
Xig. : Xaw ! 

A.: The hank takes iidtes and the piano gives notes. 
Nig.: Alia, hut how ahout the hechive'.' 
A.: Yes. that's wliere yon get stung! 

WHY XOT AX o.MKLET.' 

What did ,\iiii do with ;dl the presents .vou got? 
Speakei- in ('hapel: Alade lemonade of them. 



NO EFFORT 
Prof. Bntterwick: Wake Mr. Wolfe will you? He's sleeping. 
Kesslai': Vo>i put him to sleep, you waken him. 



P/ii/r Our HunJred Sixty-nine 



ICikp iFatl|pr, ICtk? ^nn 



When 1 went to college twenty tive years ago. J played the inaudoliii and 
spent three hundred a year: now I have a son who spends three tliousand and 
plays the ukelele. When 1 took a girl to a dance I hired a hack for fifty cents; 
now my boy •m-ites that he thinks he will leave school because he can't find a 
garage for his ear near enough to the Dormitory. 

We used to carry a keg seven miles into the country to have a party ; Jim 
says one of the fellows can carry enough for the crowd without wrinkling the 
tail of his coat. 

I expected to go to work after I was through and pay back the money my 
father had lent me. ;\Iy l)oy says he is going to look around for a year or two. 
He doesn't want to be rushed into anything not worthy of his talents. 

But when the l)all is on the tive yard line with one minute to play, I guess 
Jim and F up tlirrc in the grand stand are pretty much the same. 

WOMEN'S CAPERS 

Cape of Gdixl Hope Sweet Sixteen 

Cape Flattery Twenty 

Cape Lookout Twenty five 

Cape Fear Thirty 

Cape Farewell Forty 

Beck: I at tin- dummy, during meal) lley, llohl I ! Come in with me. I'm 
not going to loaf in here alone. 

A HOT JOB 

Pi'of. Beatty. speaking of the miracle play, revealed to us this secret: ''The 
work of production of these plays was divided among those guilds to which it 
was best adapted. For instance, the Bakers were given the Lord's Supper, the 
Carpenters were given Xoah's Ark. the Blacksmiths were given Hell. — 

The funniest thing in the Boys Dorm is La Pointe trying to say something 
and Peg rii'icli trying to tell him how to sa-sa-sa-say it. 

While tying his shoe string yesterday. Charles Dando rested his foot on his 
wife's best chair. — He would have been 30 years old next Tuesday. 

Prof. Gingi-ich (assigning lesson in Economics) : We will have consumption 
the next time. 



Pai/e One Hundred Seventy —' 



D 



b. 



n 



^jf— 



.MARCH 

1. — Coiiii's ill likr a linn. 

:i. — Tile Wcathi'i- man ji-i\rs the new stalT a 
ennl rei'eptinn. i']\'eii the iieatiliii' plant 
hi-dke ihiwii 111 a(hl t(i thi' hunh'ii. 

4. — \';irsity ih'I'eats Peiiii .liinidf X'aisity. 
Score IS to 17. 

."i. — Sk(iv^'aar<i the Danish Nioliiiisl enter- 
tained even the uaMerv liods. .Music 
hatll eharnis tn sontlie the saxau'i' 
llITHSt ! 

11. — L. \'. ih'feats .Moravian. .\tla hoy' 

Ki. — Al'ter their hmy \\ amlerinys tlie pro.li- 

ii;ii "Rah-Kali lioys" yive tlieir I 

eolleert. 'I'hey ale aiiyels ill their own 
home town. 

17. — h. \ . vs. X'iManova. Same ohi story. 

IS. — K.xodiis of ehihireii of 1,. \'. across 
eouil1r.\- to RimI I. ion. 

•1-1. — The Rap,' of the l-oek. Chief Char 
aeters, Anna Mae and Ipse. Who was 
tlie aeting' liarlier .' 

2.").— St. Patrick's Party. All Saints had a 
ijood time, (■veil Ri'iiel Swank. 

2S. — Eurydiee Colieert. The Lost Chord \\a< 

found. 
3(.). — Jlajor Swan's lecture was well attended. 

•il . — (iocs out like a land). 




0^-^^^ 






. J 



Vdiie Onr II iiiiji rj Srvinly-one 



X-) 



M 
►t 


n 




APRIL 

1. — Evrryliody shines. Ajji'll Fool! 

'). — Adam Geiliel's Recital a treat. 

7. — Kalozeteau Aiuiivefsary. '" Kvcryiiiaii "' 
held evei-ymaii spellhound. 

S. — Girls slept on lialcoiiy, some were moon- 
struck. 

0. — Mitr excitement — wild shooting — faculty 
meetings: — all heeause Shadel had a s;irl 
from West Chester. 

10. — ( )lilifiinu: Claude Rupp even fell in the 
Quittie trying- to show "West Chester" 
a good time. 

12. — Home again to buy onr Easter Bonnet. 

-Reluctant Returiis. Signs of Spring. 

-Girls have house party at Gretiui. Lola 
and Hosfetter return early to-er-a- 
study ! 

. — Judge Henry spoke in Chapel. 

-Zoology Class hike to Mt. Gretna. Am- 
bitious Jay Arnold as Undertaker for 
the day undertook tn liaul Miss Dui'bin 
on a wheelbarrow. 



•)0 



2!). 



I'ai/i: One Hundred Seventy-tiio 



■"! 



.MAY 

5. — Pllilo Alinivfi'siiiy. The inw \iTsi(iii nl' 
'"RoincD and .lulii'l ' iii.mIi' Shaki'sprarc 
turn ^rci'ii willi ciiNy. 

6. — Annual .Ma\ l)a\' ( niiniKil uni. All I'lilis 
off ! 

9. — Pi-df. (iriniiu acfdiiipanii'd li,\ s^xcial 
othcf 1>. \'. linancicfs visits Xrw ^'ll|■k 
to invest in srxcral tliniisand di)llais 
worth of .Molin-s Stuck. 

11. — KiTshiiiaii So|iliiiiii(ii-f lliki' t(i W'atir 
Works. Waltri- Woir sliilii's. ( iiiii;ricli 
had no classes |iida>. 

12. Seniiir ii'ecitak The i-(il||ilcs Idsl iheil- 

way ()\'ei' til till- i-iiiiser\. aiul loiieix 
wanderers did imt ai;aiii liiid shellir 
until the wee wci' hoiii's. 

21. — Pearl Seitz s|ioi-ts a man. h'ield ^lasses 
Were in e\idencc at e\e|-y window. 

22. — (iirls sentenced I'cir Usine- fi|-r escapes 
when the Imildine- was imiI even luii-n- 
iug. (.)h Liherty, what cfiiiies ai'c com 
mitted in thy name ! 

3(1. — Not new I'oi' the most of us. — a walk in 
the eeuietery. Fake felt at houie with 
the lemonade. 




^^ 



■' 'fS- 



J 



Pnt/e O.nf a uHii) id St-venty-three 



w 



I I 




JUNE 

2. — Seniors ciitei-taiiied by the I^iterary 
Soc-ieties. We're sorry to .see them 
leave. 

."). — Final S(|uizz. To flunk or not to flunk 
— that is the (piestion. 

8. — ilrs. Gossard entertains the Seniors. 

it. — Board of Trustees eame for a hearty 
meal. 

11. — Haeualauri'Mte Exercises. Final visit to 
old haunts along the Qiiittie. 

12. — The ( 'onservatory Students graduate. 

l:'. — Senior's last i)ublic performance. June 
the montli of flowers finds Mr. and Mi-s. 
Grin Farrt-l. of '21 at L. V. to spend 
their honeymoon. 

V). — Fifty-fifth Annual Commencement 
Senior Class Play. 

14. — Tears all aver notliing and all. 



f'a^e One Hundred Seventy-four 



0-' 



Mb* 



18.- 
llt.- 
20.- 
21.- 

22.- 

2:!.- 

24.— 

2;"). 

26. 

2S.— 

30.- 



Sf]PTK.MHKK 

-Gatlicrinu: of tlic slin']) for thr 
slauirliter. 

-(Tfiicral onee ovit and iviristration of 
disgust. 

-Chaj).-! at 11:00 oVlork. Faculty all 
present. 

-Busy (lay! Fresliuieu wiu Class Serap. 
Seruh Glee Cluh tryout. Bi-iirlit |)i'os 
jieets for the yeai- ! ! 

-(iirls Death Leairue nii the rauipaye. 

-Di-ess up Ki-eshuuin paradi'. Advaureij 
Winter ^Models. First meeting of tie' 
Literai'v Societies. 

Annual Students Dreeption. Hands 
eyes and hearts meet. 

-()nl>- pi'l'feet ehni'eh attendance of the 
year. 

-Sophouiore hike. Weik doesn't helievi^ 
in easting Iiread upon \]\f waters, l-'rec 

for all::' 

Senior, Junior and Fresliman Hikes. 
All had a good time while the Sophs 
stayed at lionie to "clean up."' 

-Varsity Foothall team played West 
Point. 0.12. W.-'ll heat them tlie next 
time. 





C'r' (ne Army Irridn'ori 



U' 



Page One Hundred Sevenly-five 






li ll s 



-r^.^.^y'T 



j^ 







OCTOBER 

-Through injury Oiek has the use of 
only one arm, — but Dick is efficient iu 
all thinofs. K. Balsbaugh and Ski]iper 
went walking — to the Post (~)ffiei'. 

-Kvery one enjoys Sir Edward Baxter 
Perry "s Concert. Man on the tire 
escape ! 1 Big excitement ! Hysterical 
si'arclies for revolvers, hat pins and 
other weapons 1 ! 

-Ij. \'. vs. (leorgetown. (i-lll. 

-Opening of ]\latcli Factory. How tlii' 
sparks did fly 1 1 Where is your tiame ? 

-Tug of W-Av. Same old (^uittie. 
Saiiif old rope. 
Sophs ma\- beat tlu'iu. 
But Frosh liave hope. 
Jiuiiors entertain Frosh. Sophs enter- 
tain Seniors. 



-Student Hei-ital. "Red" and 
ai'e bawled out. 



Krause 



ID. 



■_'(). 



2(1. 



;ii. 



-^liss Bandierger spoke in ehaiiel. She 
was fine. 

-1 )el]iliniii-Philo Joint Session. 
('lid-Kalo .loint Session. 

-Some new eases develop. F'rinstance, 
Stambaugh and Newcomer. 

-Were the Freshmen boys dressed for a 
]\ras(pierade ? 

-Halloween Parade in Lebanon. All 
who went had a good Time, including 
the bovs. 



-- ^ A/o//o»'F'e^ Oeco'-ot.o>is /] 



(f-^ 




Page ()>n H unJtfii Se-veuiy-six 



fO 






.\()\k.mi;ki; 

1. — ('liiijirl clrciiriitf(l liy sdiiif III' iiiii' :iilis: 
ie geiiiusfs. ^Mftliml in llirir iiiailin'ss 
— no cliMpi'l. 

2. — In lv-(iiii)iiiirs, llrck was tlic ilnniiani 
liaiiniT of (iinii-rirli. Hi'rk. lirattir tV: 
( 'ii. I Ir [ilayril Ills part wril. 

-1. — L. \'. vs. .Inniata a1 l.rliannn. ."ill-d. 
" l^i'lianiin \'allry"s winnini; imw 
-luniata s Irai'ninj;' Imw . 
I'liilii llaliiiwr'rn Party. All llir ('\ s 
Pi'trs. .Idlins, Sailii's anil Lillys liail ,' 
tjoiiil tiiiii' rlii'win^' till' ra^'. "■Ilnti-h" 
( '. ('.. and "Slalii'" vir with X'alfntimi 
for pii|iulai'it.\' as Si-I'itii Al'tisls. 

7. — I. StitI Wilson Ifrliiris to stuilmt I)im1\ 

Solllr llllsscil tlli'ir iinr ii'cliirk classrs, 

II. — Skippri- says wr iiia\ use ilir ni'w rliaii> 
in till' Dinini;- Hall. 

l.'i. — A holiilay. What say. l''iTshiiicn .' .\l 
7:00 1*. ^I. FreshniiMi labors wrni up in 
snioki'. Rriilel was ilrs])iTatr. lli- wmi 
to thi' liontiiT with a y:iin anil capliirnl 
a t;'ii'l 1>.\ slirci- I'lircr of arms. 

l"). — Hull's off lor Ihr hoys. (Jmcral iiispn- 
tion of .Malrh l-'artory proiliicts, 

IS. — Two ti'Urk loails (it' stuilrnts ai-fiinipany 
the team to Lphi^Oi. Ilonirwanl trip 
ratlier slushy. Whrrr ilnl wr lirar 

aliont "Wlii'li l\liiL;lithooil Was ill 

Flower. 

20. — Star ( 'oui-se .Vniiihrr. Morlor lihisc did 
not fci-l well. 

24. — ('lionian Annixri'sary was \rry uni inl- 
and interestinu-. 

2'). — I^ast game of the srasnn. ' ' I !atl Irli'ld 

Bovs" defeat the \'arsit\-, l.')-0. 




if-^ 



■It 



ro 



■^"vJ 



l'/i//f Oiir 1 1 uiiiirfii Srvrufy-seifU 



ti a 




14. 



DECEMBER 

-Everything' gobliled, all return. We 

hear that the Junior Play is east. All 

consoled by the fact that everyone nia\- 
be in the mob scene. 

-William Sterling Battis entertains at 
Star Course. 

Williard (to Roper) : Have yon asked a 
girl to Star Course yet? 
Roper: I don't have any, and besides, 
she wouldn't go with me if I did. 

-I'pon being asked why the Faculty 
went to Lebanon at 11 :00 A. il. some 
one replied: "It was the tirst time all 
the Pacidty were present at Chapel so 
they decided to celebrate. 

-Philo-Clio Joint Session. The Ku Klux 
Klaii program was great. 

-Tiny Hughes condescends to join us 
again. 

-Prei)aration for the Xmas Han(|uet in 
full swing. Who will you sit with? 

-Four (Tcloek l'>an(|uet sei'vetl at si.x 
(1 clock 
■"The jokes were as old as the setting 

sun. 
I!ut we didn't care we had lots of fun." 



)elphian-Kalo Joint Session. Meeting 
f the Facultv — survival of the fittest. 



ir. 

K.i. — Home to Mannna and Santa Claus 



., <i 



Page One Hundred Seventy-eight 



OJ- 



-Tji^ 



I_l 



JAXIAIJV 



4. 
11. 



-" ■ HctnriiiMl Kiiiptii 
illusiiins. 

-Clfisses lu'"in. 



Xi'W \f;iv l)is 



It;. 

17. 

20. 
■2:i, 
2(i. 



-Sir K(l\\;ii'(l lliixti'i' I'l-rry oivcs us ;iii 
intt'^l'^ t iiiu' liM-niif cu "The l-i>st .\i 
laiitis ' ". 

-I>. \'. Scriili ISaskrlhjili 'r.'aiii vs. Sliip- 
liciisliui'i;' S. X. !Miii'i' |iliiy less l:ilk. 

-Tlif Mi'ssiiih < )iMt<ii'iii. 

-li. \'. (iirls \':irsity vs. llan'isliiirL;- In- 
(lt'])t'ii(l('iifs. ]'2-'-\l . I!(i\s \\:i\f ()|icii 
liousr. 'riii'N ai'f all iiiixli'l liiiiisfl<i'('|)('rs. 

-Duck I'di- (iiuuci-. Willi said mir ^ikisi' 
was ciinki'il .' 

-Auiltllrr Star ('nUI'sr XlUlllliT 'i'llr 

Ilaniiiiiiy l-liilcrlaiurrs. 

-Dr. Kua|)|i spraks in rliapi-i. Sluilrnt 
uigllt at iT\ival srfxiiTS. 

-At .luiiiiir ('lass Mri'tiiif;: 
1st .If: I uiiiiiiuati' llai-liiiiau fm' trcas- 

Ul'tT. 

2ud .Ii': I srniuil tin- iiiMiiiuat iiiu. 
Raeh'uau : 1 iimvi' tln' nomiiiatious lir 
closed. 

-( 'oa.stiiijj; i.s fine — nioou is full — coui- 
pauy is pleasant. Who would wish foi- 
niofc. 

-Senioc ("lass IMeeting-. All meudiers 
present were nominees for oftiees, — im 
tellers. 

■Ml — Befi-inuiuir of eraiiuiiiu^'. (■rihl)iui;-. v\-\- 
ing and crowning. 



•2>^.- 



29. 




;_/) /-. 



f Ui ,«»A^ 



Page One Uundred Seventy-nine 



P ! 



H ^ 



FEBRUARY 

1. — Eurydie-e at last goes to Lebanon to have piettire tjikeii. Everyone digs 
ont (lusty books and takes notes. 

2. — Mrs. Blose discusses honor system iu ehapel. Beck guarantees a better 
oppo.sition tiie next time, if fair warning i.s given. 

'■]. — Exams end. Kxci-youi/ siek. iloral : Exams are not good for one's con- 
stitution. "Second Semester ^'al^■it!on"" boi>-ins. 

6. — Second Semester Re.gistratiou. flow many yards of red tape were un- 
wound ? 

7. — huiioi- Play (ast busy practicing. 

8. — ^Ir. Fisliei- ^pokc in chajic]. 

10. — Deli)hiaii IlidI scrnlilicil by Ica-cIv maidi ns. 'lie Prepared." must lie 
their motto. 

]:5.— L. V. vs. :Moravian. :I4-U. 

^'>. — Dr. I'ciirson speaks in the eleven o'clock cliapcl period. 

16. — Delphian Anniversary. Wi'll reinlereil, well Mtteiided. well en,ioyed. 

lit. — Football liancpiet. .Man un tire-escaiie. Did Lanster run after the man 
or the girls .' 

20. — Scene painting ami face smeariug for the -lunior P1m\-. 
Lost: Lines, tempers ;ind heads. 

22. — The Cast learns what real work is. ''Pillars of Society" upheld by the 
Juniors for the first time. 

2:i. — Second performance a pei'fect success. Three cheers for Prof. Beatty. 

26. — Star Course, ]\rary Potter charmed the jindience. 

2S. — Aw, we're tired keeping this Calendai'. lint — 

We've done (lur liest to make it clear 
What We as students haA^e done this year, 
P>ut our deeds were so many, it's hard to place 
Such great events in so little a space. 



I^ittjf Otif lluiuirfd Knjhty 



I ' 



n 



yji.^:: - -: 



A P A, . 




i.l. 



Pa#*' One Uundred Eighty-one 






H-1 






q 






> 



> 



m 



2; 



I CO 



>1 




-^ 












_o 




c 




2: 




-* 




.-* 
















/^r- 


~ 










OJ 


r — 


^ 


^' 


r^ 








i-J 




J— ' 












^^ 




^ 




c 




















r^ 




3 


f"*^. 


r-> 


'''-, 


^^ 


ON 










^ 
















< 




« 




•u 




o 












^ 




""^ 




u 
















" 




ryj 






O 










^^ 
















>1 


O 


-TD 


>, 


c 


u 






K* 




k" 




^ 




!U 












+J 












^]J 








^ 




>* 





o 

■3 



< 

U 

o 





'3 




•S 


O 


0) 


- IB 


'? 


p. 


cS 


>. 




CD 


r/: 


2| 


a> 


Of 


,s 


CC 




O 




P* -t-^ 


a 


- 


■e 


o 


o 


m 


O 


■s "^ 


o 


:^ 


u 


tc 


,^ 


'^ 




s S 








X c 



oj >. 0) c; G 



I 0) > 



o ^ o J 






S 2 e o 

:= ^ £ X 

So S- 

2 J ~ 'si 



o '-^ • 

'5 ^ 
c 2 

3 "C 



, ■ S o ■ 



C3 to ■" S 1^ w 



CO ^ 

^ si' 

w — 'oj 



> , G C3 
S ° 



>. " -c .G 2 ° 
"3 P i T* ~ S 
1= cs ;s -= ■" 



C — '^ 

^ i^ 2 



I ^ - S 






— ^ s 

5 M G 



O T .„ ■ 



"" O *- S M 

• o c :£ G 



; •= 5 G. 



5 ^ 2 S 2 & 
^S.tK o 

■" to :s -^ c ^ 

S r— ^ 'C; ^J 'I' { 

^ ;i: ;i 0) c p. -t 

.2 t 5 ^ s ^ : 

— I "" 2 S ,2 ■• 

- tC ^ G. i 

;s! t; G M ce " ' 

iH 3 o ■; 

P O 0) QJ 



xi 

XI 

<' :■ 



to m r 

QJ ^ 









QJ OJ 



^•OCS' 



rt !■ ■ 



S =« .r - •- S ' 



g- 



S G 

IE 



1- -2 

? G =* rj 

? 3 .2 ^ ^ 






2 ^ tS'- 



? S s 2 
c S o S 



CD be c 
M G " 



0) P G fe 



to & 



. ^ oj 5^ 
■G f* P . 



> 'M 0)' 

" 5 Si 



' G 7 t: S •" 

0) I ^ ^ g 



at >• 
c t. 



CD 
G 0^ 



> ^ ■ ct; ^ - 
— ■!!!, V, "^ y^ 



= a: •- •= „ s 



QJ 



»t; CD 

X -r 



P- QJ ID " " 

I S. -^ o Z ^ 



X 



CD O 

^ 1 1 

I ;^ ° 
1'^ 



2 =*^3. 

2Z 0/ (D S S ^ ^ 

C J^G'^^ttc--^ 
H ~ G S f: ^ IS 

- " Z ■- '" g 



C 






: ^ r -:: -5 o 






Qj O ' 

a; >-■ 

o 

QJ O 






p .p Oj qj _^ 
a G- Qj "^ ? 



> CD 

or. 



o 

^ 'G ■" 
> fi-C 

i> G QJ 
O to 



> ° 



E-^ o 



cS bXJ OJ _to 

1 'qj 
c ^ 






— r- ^ > :c 



QJ to 



.S tirt ssg- 






VI 



Oi 



o 









sill 

"^^ G S OJ 

'D T ^ 






i. o 
G-O 



G. "D 



' j3 oj n 
: w to rr 



to 



O „ i3 



G O 



o 2 



o c; 



C3 



^ 


t^ s 


oj <; 




o -n 


Ci ; 


m 




m 




^' t? 


-- y: 


o 


« 


O =^3 








OC 


d ^ 


tt; ^ 


Ui 


;? ~" 


'-i-' r^ 



to 

CB Q) 

G 3 *^ 

w t- - 






S GjS "^ 



S>- 



— O .to 



T! CD ^ QJ 
.*- ^^ ^ to * 



? O 
5^ 



■^ _^ f^ ffl 



2 " ^ 



^Q- 



cdO 

k QJ 

4) QJ 



t- Qj 

S G 



^ h -- F° 

■„ Q 'S ? 

E '■- C 

^ O ■a 



to oj S 
S — o 

O Oj ^ 
G ^. CO 

S i; . 
■s 5 ot 

^ G 
5 co'S 



" to 2 

QJ W * 



G 



. oj — 



3 to .2 "^ o 
i Qi ~ G 

^ £ o 2 ^- 2 

"^ "> CD H 

spil-g 



o 
. o 






S^i'S 



yj ' 



u: ' 



: fn y; . 

'■■-'9,- 



- - .:? 3; S 



*- r CO 



OJ 



cci 



1^ c . 



QJ -^ 

o c 



;.2 cs 



^ s ■„ "" 5 

^ = = . P ". 



CD Oj ' 



1-^ ~ CS 



"Z ^ ^ = - 



sr 












- 








1- 


^ 










- 


X 






^ 




























































< 


IJ: 


X 




y 




z 


= 




■r. 




■s. 






































J. 


. 


- 


■ 


^ 






7. 






'a 






^ 


— 


,, 


— 


j: 


■J. 


^ 


- 


~ 


>" 


-s. 


7 


" 


- 


- 


y 


- 








•f. 




■/ 






























X 


- 


>r 


- 




* 


1 


— 


, 


- 






'/. 


































■- 


^ 


X 


^ 
X 


*^. 


1 


■— 


<. 






o 


< 


5 


X 




- 


— 




— 



X i 

1^ 



- ^ 









- =■ ^ -< 



f. — 









f — n 

r. _ 









~ ^ - ii -C - - :5 



C -r -i - 






s. i: 



*C C'C K 









? f r H - ' ■ 



'^ „ I I .E <^ i g^ -"^ "^^ .!f i I 






v: t: - 



- s. 






- i; -- i ^ * 






' -V-: -, 






- -T S £ " .- 












X 



- ■'^ 



>r i > r^ ■- - -i 



>. : y. 



^- s i; 5 <i :S 






- if r '^ = .i 










Biec'lier: 1 pigt'on-holcd that jiaper. Pi'uf. hut 1 forgot the pigeon in wliicli 
1 put it. 

Jn Pol Si: I read a piece in the i)aper this morning stating tliat Shanioliin 
was so dry Jast Satiirihiy that tiiey liad to import two truelv loads of beer from 
Siiiibiii'y. The peeuliar part ahoiit this, is tlie fact tliat it was the day after our 
Glee C'lulj left Shamokin. 

iliss Seltzer: I want to see you get ninety in this examination. 

Yake : So do 1. let's ])ull together. 

Prof. Hemler: Does everyone understand what is meant hy the ehemistry 
deposits eaeh student must make '.' 

Hrilliant Eeononues Stude: it's an exampli- of the law of diminishing re- 
lui'iis. 

Hoke: (in Edueation) It is a fact that the minds of some students liecome 
a blank wlien given an e.\amination. 

Renu : Yes! And some stay blank when given an exam. 

"There goes cheese ami crackers" some one yelled as Sweitzer and ilc- 
Cracken marched out of chapel. 

"Somebody .said she is so talkative that when she wishes to think, she must 
rest her chin on hei- hands to keep her mouth shut so that she doesn't intei-rupt 
hei'self. 

"Iley don't you know this is a reservoir.' ^'ou ain't allowed to take a bath 
hei'e. 

"That's all right, .Mithti'r, Ah ain't usin' no thope. 

AVe. the ]!t24 Quittapahilla Staff, have chosen this as a stopping place in 
the long list of humor which was gathereii by our Humor Editor during the 
term. We regret that tliere is not space enottgh to pulilish all the jokes we 
have received. Yet we have done our best to choose those which are most char- 
acteristic and original. Judge them as you see fit. remembering that no humor 
should be taken too seriously. 

We take this last opportuuity to say good-bye, anil wish to expi'ess oui' sin- 
cere appreciatiou for the cooperation of the student body, which made this 
volume possilile. Thei-c is one more rei|uest we make, and that is 

PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISKHS 

They. too. heljjed to make this volume possible, and 
"These men will advertise next year: 
If they get what the.\' atlvertised for this year.'' 

PATRONIZE THEM AT ONCE. 



A^l 



U ' 



u 



Page One llunAred Eighty-four 



Ij 



PENNANTS 




BANNERS 


Stationer\ and E 


ectrical Supplies 


The 


College 


Book Store 




The Blue an^. 


White Sh(ip" 


S O GRIMM 




p s w \c;xi:r 



L 


mbrclliis, 1 runks. Hand Luggagi. 






Iraxeicrs' Requisites 




Lcat 


her Goods, Sporting GixxJs 
Athletic EcLiipmcrt 


E 


J 


SXAX'EL^' & CO. 

Ac ,v \i>r//i \inlh .Si 


A/ 


arke 


Square Lebanon. Pa 



At R failing Dri t ilee (.lull Trip 
^lu': W'lut was ihat tall uglv looking, 

light hail fd tellnw with glasses in 

the ti r>t row ? 
l^\aiiN: \\'h\ — er — a — that was me! I 



Photographs of Quality 

BLAZIER 

In ihe -\cu Sliulio 
)(? \orth Eiiihth St. Lebanon. Pa. 

• .\nT HOW CHE.'\P. Bl I HOW U>OD" 



J 






Piiye One HiniitreJ K'ujhty-fh'e 



^ 7 





A. 


B. CAMPBELL 

Planter and Shipper of 


Maurice River Cove Oysters 






Half-Shells a Specialty 




Quotations on Shucked Oysters on Application 


BUALVE 


N J. 


Bell Phone 28 



HEARD AT THE JUNIOR PLAY 

Prnf. Beatty: I'll shoot Krap if it happens again. 

Cooley: What shall I do. Lena? 

Lena: Stand o\'er there and be a pane to the window. 



Beck: After the Pla\ let's give Beatty a Ramma-Zamma for the team. 

Martin: I'm all unstrung. Lve forgotten my lines. 

Coolev and Dora acted their part so naturallv that Prof. Beatty became 
frightened and insisted that Coolev act as if he were not so accustfirned to it. 

Bohbv ''^'ake was very nervous fearing he would forget his lines but other- 
wise he was quite a star. 

Prof. Beatt\ : Now be sure and don't get ner\ous e\'en when \our knees are 
shaking. 



DINNERS 



LLNCHES 



"The Studt'nii Honu' The ToKnsIs Oasix" 

THE IDEAL RESTAURAXT 

IRVING ROE\ lie. Prop. 

Pool Room and Bowling .MIcns Two Doors Away 
SODAS SL'NDAES 



A 



Paye One Hundred Eitjlity stx 



y^J 



II ■ 






1 

* L 



Headquarters for Laboratory Appara- 
tus and Chemical Reagents 

Largest and most Comprehensive Stock 
in America 

Write for catalogs stating \our 
requirements 



Eimer ^ Amend 

Established 1S51 

NEW YORK, N Y 
Third Ave , 18th to l'*th St, 

Washington D C . Display Room 
Suite (An. E\ ng Star BIdg 

Pittsburg. Pa 
404N Icnkins Arcade 



H. 


w 


Light (& Son 

Ann\ille Pa 




DECORATORS 


Wall 


Paper 


Shades. Paints and Oils 




Awnin 


gs. Room Moulding 
Curtain Poles 


Ag 


ency for 


: The Lebanon Daily News 
The Harrisburg Telegraph 



Compliments of 

LAUDERMILCHS 
MILLINERY 

O07 Cumberland St. 



ST.VnOXER^- 

PICTLRES .\XD I-R.WIES 

KOn.\KS .AND FL^RNISHINGS 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

LEATHER GOODS 

LAMPS AND SHADES 



HarpeFs 

Ihc Liilt Store oj Lebanon 

~T~-~^') CXimbcrland St 



SHOTTS 

Home of Fine Candies 

,^clls 

l,ebanon's Best Confections 

127 North Ninth Street 
Lebanon, Pa. 



M 


T J 


Smi 


th 




Jeweler 






Repairing 


especially 




CLOCKS. W .\TCHES, JEWELRY' 


K 


ain and M 


inhcim Sts, 






\nn\ ill 


.■, P.i 





CAJ7 



Pdfje Onr Hiifu/rf'J F.Kjhiy-sf-ven 



■■-) ■' 



Going Aivay? 

Buy \our Trunks. Bags, 

Suit Cases 

Leather Gcxids 

and 
Sporting Goods 

.. at .. 

E, M. Hottenstein's 

bM CXimherland Street 
Lebanon, Pa. 



The Weimer 

LEBANLN, PA. 

A Good Place To Eat 

•A Good Place To Sleep 

P L VVeimer. Prop. 



N. Van Haaften G Son 

Ljroiri.'rs and Shippers of 

Fine Selected Celery 

Kalamazoo. Mich 

Price; 32c per dcizen for crates o dozen up 
35c in less than b dozen 
FOB Kalamaz.ir, 



Consider These Points 

1 Our Financial Re'^ponsihilitx . 

2 Our Insestment Judgment 

3. Our .Accumulated Experienec 
4 Our Cjintinucd Existence 

In .Addition. Our Capital, Surplus and 
Profit.s (o\er .$3(10,000) become Securi- 
ty for any business entrusted to us. 
We are constantly adding new accounts 
in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 
II you ha\e not alread\ opened an ac- 
count in one or all of our dep irtments 
the inx'itjtion is yours now 

The Valley Trust Co. 

P.ilm\ ra. Pa 



Real Estate 



Insurance 



Hoasler & Clark 



Lebai 



Pa 



Representing 

S. K, SI'RALIS & CO. 

[n\cstment Bonds 



Pai/f: One Ihitulrcd F.uihty-riaht 



% I 



■ I" 






^y,%^^rm- 







HAMMERSMITH- 
KORTMEYER CO. 

ENGRAVERS - PRINTERS 



Get our special price on your Complete Annual 



Largest Publishers of High Quality Complete 
College Annuals in the United States 



MILWAUK E E 



WISCONSIN 










Piiqe One Hundrt'd Eighty-nine 



Bread Blessings 

Bread is such a common food — common as fresh air and sunshine! 
Did you ever stop to count up the three big Bread Blessings? 
Bread is always — 

delicious food 

nourishing food 

your full money's worth. 
Not many other foods of which you can say this' So — 

EAT MORE BREAD 

Our Bread is Bread-at-its-Bcst — always tresh and pure 

FINK'S BAKERY, AnniiUe. Pa. 

The Home of e\er\thmg m baked products that spelK quality. 



Mungr\: CJee, Sneak I ^^'here tlid \ nu ,^et the black e\e? 
Sneak: I ^va^ chasin' Al Stine and 1 caught him. 



Pearl : I swear I ha\"e n;^\'er been kissed. 
Pete: That's enough t(i make anvb(Hi\ swear. 



J. S. BASHORB 

The ReliabL' and Only 
One-Pncc Clot hi ci- 
tric Cumberland St. 
Lebanon. Pa. 



H. 


W. MILLER 




12 .South .Mam .Street 




Annville. Pa 




HARDWARE 


PLUMBING AND HE.ATINC 




\\ alcrbiiry PifDcless hurriacfs 



■■ALWAYS 


RELIABLE ■ 






■THE Ll\ E 


STORE ■ 




Manufacturers 


Clothin 



,■-1 


Co. 








Lebanon 


s Most 


Depenclah 


e 












Clothiers 










725 CUMBERLAND ST. 








LEBANON. 


P.\ 



Faye One I f undrcd IS inety 



\L 



.1 r 



I I 



I II 






Lebanon Valley College 



ANNA ILLK f^\. 



Two General Det?ar(inents 

COLLEGE and MUSIL 

Stron^s, Faculty 



Grants \, B, B, S.. B^ of S. in E. and B, Mus. 



staxl:)ARD r:oLLEGE 

WORK ACCRLDllED EVHR^ W 1 lERE 

Lebanon V'alle\' College is on the 
list of schools accredited b\ "The 
Association (jf Colleges and Pre- 
paratory Schools of the Middle 
States and Mar\land." 



G D, GOSSARD. President 



S O GRIXIM, Rc.ostrai 



I'lii/r Our lluiiJrrJ S ini'ty-ane 



^ f,