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1919_Part_3

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THE SEASON OF 1917 IN RETROSPECT The season of 1917, all things coosi~lered,\\.as a decided success. The team won every galue on the home floor and in all 13-on tlvelve out of seventeen games played. The team that started the season was a veteran team. having lost only one guard, Schaffner, and his position was ably filled Ily Sipley, who llad played on the reserves for three years. Two new recruits were gleaned...

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SEASON THE OF 1917 IN RETROSPECT The season of 1917, all things coosi~lered,\\.as a decided success. The team won every galue on the home floor and in all 13-on tlvelve out of seventeen games played. The team that started the season was a veteran team. having lost only one guard, Schaffner, and his position was ably filled Ily Sipley, who llad played on the reserves for three years. Two new recruits were gleaned from the Freshman class-\\'addell and Silberstein-and Imth of these l~rovedto be up to the standard of the veterans. All of the galnes that were lost were closely contested affairs and our I~oysalways fought to the last ditch. Ih'ith only Murray and Sipley lost to the team 1y graduation prospects 1 for 1918 appeared to I very bright. Lrnfortu~tatelywhen the time came x around to get ready for real work. it was fount1 that the team \\.auld have to be composed entirely of green material. W h y ? Garner and Boyles vere both in the army, Silberstein did not come back t o school, IVaddeII was laid up with the arm that was broken at Gettysburg in footl~all,and Musser was unahle to come out for the team, because of physical disability. Finally, Musser was made coach for 1918and he quickly whipped into shalx a team that bids fair t o ec111al the records of the last t\vo years of bsketball at Bucknell. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM SEASON O F 1917 OFFICERS dlanogcr. Assistni~t .lln~rngcr~ (-nf,tnjl.l . . Conr/I . . . . . . - . - - - H E K R Y XIAIISHALL,I S T. ' CARLISLE 117. MASON.'18 . .\LEX STORER, '17 . GEORGE COCKILL \V. THE TEAM - Catcher Catcher - Pitcher Pitcher - Pitcher Pitcher First Base Second Base April 21-Lewisburg April z&Le\visb~~rg May a-Myerstown - Shortstop Third Base Left Field Center Field - Right Field - Substitute Sul~stitiite Sul~stitute . GAMES PLAYED Bucknell j : Juniata - Bucknell 7: H a r r i s h u r ~ Bucknell a : Albright - - - a 6 3 THE WHY AND THE WHEREFORE Tlie outlook for bseball at the lxgnning of the season of 1917 \\.as very bright for we had Ixck almost our entire team from the year before. The shatlow of war, however, fell across our hasel>all team as it did in practically every other college, and after losing several of the regulars hy enlist~nent and on account of the confusion all over the country in intercollegiate athletics. it was decidetl to cancel all the remaining games on the schedule. Of the team as lined up alwve, seven are in the senrice of the nation \\41ile four are left as a nucleus for the team of 1918. VARSITY TENNIS 1918 OFFICERS ,Wnlrnger Cnptnifr - - - , . - - - - - STAKJ.EY HARRIS, S N. 'I I~ARI. HULLEY, S T. i 'I I11 Tennis the prospects for a successful season appeared exceptionally l~romisi~ig the beginning of the sprilig tern? in 1917-and not \rithout reaat son, for four of the previous year's team were hack. and they were 1nemlx1-s of a team that had defeated such teams as State and Syracuse. A good schedule had been worked out, moreo\.er, a ~ i d several nevr men \rere expected t o make things interesting for the veterans. The declaration of war came then and all the meets sche(lu1etl \rere ca~lcelled to make \ray for the more serious sport of warfare. VARSITY TRACK TEAM SEASON OF 1917 ~IEREDITFI ABBOTT,'17 L. H E N R Y SOIITHRUP, S. '18 FRAKK ,\>~EsLAWRENCE, '18 . GEORGE JOTINSTON - OFFICERS ~IZa~iagcr AssistoirfXormg:r CopfainCoach - - . - - - - THE TEAM SCAEDULE FOR Rlay 5 . Carlisle Indians at T)ickinson May g - Lafayette at Easton 1917 l l a y 30 June 2 - - Dela\\.are, away Gettyshurg at Lewisl~urg The opening of the spring term of 1917 was marked hy an increased manifestation of interest in track and track seemed to be coming into its own ayain at Eucknell. Tlie outbreak of war cast a cloud over this enthusiasm, unfortunately, and this fact in company wit11 our going above our class contributed to the over\\-helming defeat at Lafayette. The Indian meet on the 5th of May had been postponed until a later (late. T h e unsettled condition of affairs I>otli here and in our relations with other colleges finally grew to such an extent that all the remaining meets \\-ere cancelle(l. In their response to of the country's call, the meml~ers the track team of 1917 were not slow, for seven are now serving under the Stars and Siripes. eno THE LAFAYETTE MEET AT EASTON MAY 9, 1917 In the first and only track nieet of the year ~ v e were completely outclassed a~id were heaten 91-21. The outl~reak \var had served to lessen interest in of sports and a long stretch of rainy days just lxfore tlie meet had gotten our men out of condition. The records of most of our athletes fell \say belo\\, those made in previous years and that proved to a large degree the cause for our poor sliowing. \Ire did not place in any of tlie track events except in the 120-yard high hurdles in ~\.liichCaptain Lawrence took second. In the field events tlie two teains were more evenly matched. Gaenzel took second place iti the hroad jump, while \\rilliams tied xvitii Rechtel of Lafayette at 9 feet 6 inches in tlie pole vault, and won first on a toss-up. Leigliton was second in the hammer throw, and first in hurling the discus. Gaenzel beating out the Lafayette man for seco~idin tlie latter event. I.eig1iton was our best point winner with 8 points. Gaenzel, \Villiams, and Captail1 Lawrence folio\\-ing with 6. 4 and 3 points. respectively. THE SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN TRACK MEET loo-Yard Dash-I, Lewis, '19: 2, Shilling, '18. 220-Yard Dash-I. Lewis, '19: 2, Shilling, '18. 440-Yard Dash-I, \Vinkelblecli, '19; 2, Mackey, '18. 880-Yard Run-I. Pierce, '19; 2, \YinkelMech, '19. One-Mile Run-I. Bachman, '18; 2, Torkington, 'IS. Two-Mile Run-I, Torkington. '18; 2, Jones, '19. Gandy, '19: 2, Leslie, '19. Pole Vault-I, High J~uliip-~, Gaenzel, '19; 2 , Martin, '19. Shot Put-I, \Villiams, '19; 2, Waldron, '18. \Vinkelhlech, '19; 2, \Vhite, '19. Discus Throw-I, Hani~nerThro~z--I, I&'inkell~lecl~, 2, \\fhite. '19. '19: Broad Jump-I, Gaenzel, '19:2. \VinkelMech, '19. Sophomores, 2 j Freshmen, 71 . 1919 \ ~ E A H F . H SO Y T H E ''B" "02 THE HONOR ROLL OF 1919 "B" MEN I n addition to the letter men of this year ~vlioare pictured on these pages, the class of 1919 in her Sophomore year had the honor of haying eleven wearers of the Bucknell -4thletic "B"-eight in football, one in basketball. and two more in track. Every one of those men is now fighting for the cause of liberty in the army of Uncle Sam. Hendren was to have been footl~allcaptain for the fall of 1917, while Gaenzel held the college record for tliro\ring the discus, a recorcl made in the Susquehanna meet in his Freshman year. Thus last year we had the only record holder in track in college in our class. Those of us ~ v h o 11ow in colleae ~villever recall \ ~ i t hpride these loyal sons of are Rucknell 2nd of 1919. Rnsketboil BOTLEC Track GAEXZEL PIERCE 1919 FOOTBALL TEAMS FRESHMAN YEAR Afn~zrigcr Cnptoirz Conch - - - TEAM - - - CITARI,ES . DAVIES.'19 H R ~ C I ~ ALESLIE, ' I 9 RD HOWARD FISIIER. '17 C. THE . Left End Left Tackle - Left Guard . . Center - Right Guard Right Tackle Riglit End Quarterhack Left Halfback RiditHalfback l3~1.n~ua GAENZEL n.%\~s HEINRICII SEERER KLINI? SWAGI.ER \Vv~.~n.owrcz HOLI.ERAX LE~IS - - - - Fullback Substittite Substitute Substitute Sul,stitute Substitute Suhstitute Substitute Substitute Suhstitute Sop1iomo1-es.3 : Freshmen. o. SOPHOMORE YEAR - CHARLES DAVIES.'19 H. .Wanagcr KENNETH HEINRICH. C. '19 Cnpfoin THOMAS MANGAN. J. '19 Conch THE TEAM Right Halfback \\IITITINGTON \~'Y~ANOWICZ Left End . Fulll>ack Left Tackle SMITII CHALFONT- Left Guard ~ ' I A R K o ~ I . ~ ~ - Substitute KI.INE - Substitute STEWART HEINRIC~I Center - Substitute - Right Guard GAN~Y SWAGLER Substitute - Right Tackle GAT.I. AsmM.4~ - Suhtitute Right End CARVOLTFI GAENZEL Substitute Quarterback Masox BOYLES - Sul>stitute Left Halfback PIERCE HOI~LERAN Sopl~omores, : Freshmen, O. o THE 1919 RASKETRALI, TEAMS FRESHMAN YEAR T H E TEAM >I.\NG.\TG E ~ A A R T- - - Forwai-(I I'orward Center HENDREN Herx~rcr~ E N Z L -- - (;1i:ir11 Guard Slil~\titute ~IARTIN - - Sophomores, 2;: Freshmen. 26 SOPHOMORE YEAR THE TEAM ~ ~ A N G AN - - Forward - HEN~~E-.~ I HEINRICH ~IARTIN - - Guard Guard Substitl~te GERI~ARTGAENZEL - - For\vard - Center THE 1919 BASEBALL TEAMS FRESHMAN YEAR Clrptoirrdfotragrr - - - - - - - - .%LFRED L. QUIKK, '19 - FRANKLIN JONES. '19 D THE TEAM - Catcher Pitcher - First Base Secotld Ease - Shortstop Third Ease - Left Field Center Field Right Field Right Field Sophon~ores, Freshmen. 8 4; In the Sopl~o~nore Year of the Class of 1919 the Sopliomore-Freshman baseball game was cancelled on account of the war. 1920 FOOTBALL TEAM SOPHOMORE YEAR Jlnnogrr Captnii~ - - - - - - - - - GEORGE SMITH, '20 .\. - - Coarh - - FELIX PIEK.%RSKI. '20 A ~ A L C O L M E. ~ I U S S E R . '18 T H E TEAM Left End Left Tackle - Left Guard Center - Right Guard Right Tackle Rig-ht End Quarterl~ack Left Halfl~ack Right Halfback SLOCUM - - SCM\YESKI.ER LUNK ~TAGGIO - Fulll~ack Substitute Sitbstitute .IMERISF. S~hstit~~te EAIR - Substitnte bl~sor - Substitute Siibstitute DIMLICHJONES - Substitute LOWM..\C - S~il~stitute R C I R D - Substitute Substitute - o Sophomores, I 3 : Fresli~i~en, 1921 FOOTBALL TEAM FRESHMAN YEAR ,llorzagcr Coptoill Cnach - - . . - . . - . - - - - - - - HOBART EVANS,'21 C. F I L ~ N K L I N BRANDT, '21 D 4 n n J. M.~RTIN, '19 T H E TEAM . . . - - - J. Left End Left Tackle Ideft Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Iiidlt End Quarterback H. EVANS - CLARE I L I A S - - Left Halfback - Right H a l f h c k Fullback RRANDT HELLER - Substitute LARSON Substitilte MALAUN - Si~bstitnte AlcCu~~.or:c~r Substitute D. SMITII - Snl~stitute Sulxtitute Sophomores, 13 ; Freshmen, o In tlie future there is something so terrible, so a\r.esome, and so forebocling that it, for a long time, sternly repels all the curiosity of thoughtless yontli. But into the life of every man and woman there comes a time when the future Ixcomes a live issue, a thing that, no matter ho\\. intangible it may seem. must k grappled with, grasped and provided for. Such a time has now fallen upon the individuals of this glorious class, who soon must be thinking seriously of after college life. Hence it may not seem inappropriate if here, in onr year Irook, we calml!. look into the future of each and every memlxr of the class of 1919. Truly the Class of 1919is the greatest. the best that walks tlie halls of kno\vledge of old Bucknell. Should the time come for this glorious class to leave this great institution of learning, we \\-ill he nlissed by a great host of weeping friends, a sorro\vful. grief stricken faculty, an inconsolal,le board of education, a reputation of spotless integrity, and a myriad of crushed repentant foes. No~v-you the Class of 1919 fall into line. D o not tremble. Let your knees not shake. Let your teeth not chatter. kleet your fate with as stout a heart and \\-it11as firm a tread as is fitting of you. the glorious Class of 1919. S o ~ vnow wave the magic wand. Listen-hear the a\re inspiring tones. Be , silent. \voe unto us, the prophet speaks. "The Fathers have eaten sour grapes and the Children's teeth are on edge." Now 1919 behold your doom. From the misty darkness of Philosophy-from the depths of I<no\~ledge -from the ghosts o f Experience, the propl~etof Ititelligel~ce speaks. 1919,hlighty. I>ot11in lianle and deed, listen for I ~vouldconverse with thee: be not offended at tlie truths I speak for they \r.ill give \r.isdom unto thee. they \vill make thee \vise and thougl~tfuleven 1,eyontl thy years, and they \vill \\.ark much goorl for thy future. 1919.thy time is valuable, mine is brief. so. though I \%~ould tiiuch. I say am constrained to say hut little, but my \vords \\.ill Ire clothed with \\-ise sayings and many epigrams SO be ye attentive. 210 tLZ .a[8uE~lsl[et[s nogl leql )q8!l 0s pa!l aq I[!* a!l 6'1% PUV Laled a!lyJau e 2e %sansja!q3 arll aq $ 1 : ~ noqa Llleug mqBu!ll!'l Pue Sit!urnq qmlu op I ~ ! M noqL .same[ ass>[ poozas e aq (I!M nogl L[!JaA 'sla -Moll03 Xuem ql!M 3a!q= poaJ!Jq Llq8!m e aq I ~ ! 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S ~ S S ~ O ~ ~ S I I Lpne '3~x11s I I U Lql u! Ifires L I J ~ L L I 'leamum3 d q j o! ~ s n p f i t !rporrr ~ n ~ 1 noql~~ o "g ~ d 9 j aql jo aaneoy jo all!? alnln3 all3 se Jar12 alnles I ' s I ~ v ~ - +.x.ox~~ 3 1 a a y 3 'UO ssed I ~ ' n .!ys.Kalaped $0 leql q l ! ~ paldno3 Llleu~alaaq 2leqs auteu LgI pue oue!d arll Leld lana lloqs nor11 'Ll!'a~ .lea18 aluo3aq q e q s norla n)jea>aq IIUV '0s auop s K e ~ l e aneq ant sa oana aaql ( 2 ) ana!gaq llerls aM po.e 'KmqonS pue Ilodrme!l -I!M 30 s q e l SnO[JAJElu [la] Z~!M noqL 'sa!rols jo Ialla$ e se Xlle!~adsa 'ueor L~eral!l e st amej lea18 al!nb=.e II!M ~ m - + a a y? B ~ I \ I ~leql aX olrrn Xes I 'Ll!~an :fl!Jah S A L D E N E U G E N E DAVIS-thou wilt become famous for thy great lovliness. for thou wilt become of a much greater prettiness than now and thy lips wilt become sweet eren as Cupid's; but, alas! thy figwe shalt fail to be properly corseted and thou wilt seek remedies to become even as Apollo. This shalt bring thee female friends and thou shalt marry much, too much for thy own good. \Vhen the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet will be mustered into service. HARRY CLARENCE F R I E S wilt obey his country's summons and answer to the call of duty. Verily, there \vilt be a terrible battle and Harry wilt charge in fiery eagerness-but low and behold! in Ihis excitment and bravery he wilt run the wrong way. But he wilt become famous as the Rucknell ten-miler, for he wilt have broken all marathon records. From the fold of 1919, DAVID C H R I S T I A S GALL, JR.. wilt g o out into the world. Here his wisdom and strength wilt bring him much fame. He wilt rule men and bring his power to bear upon all earthly things. Alas! he wilt become intoxicated with his glory and the blood wilt rise in his head leaving his feet cold as ever. and even unto the day of his death, he wilt have cold feet. W E B E R LATCHA GERHART, JR.-thou wilt write much Spring poetry, and even as Jingling Johnson the Bughoase poet became famous, so wilt thou; and even as a padded cell hath been provided f o r him, so shalt one lhe provided for thee and thy many admirers. Next! Ho, 'tis the handsome visage of H O W A R D JUDSON H A N S that dot11 greet my view. Howard, heneeforth shalt thou prosper. Thou wilt become a great engineer and even as Edison is a great inventor, so shalt thou be a great hair cutter. Thou shalt invent a method of speech which shalt be much utilized by thyself to the relief of thy friends and thy name shalt go down to posterity with Edison's. JAMES RUSSELL HERMAK-thou wilt become a editor in the true sense of the word, after thou hast learned to censure the staff. And one time in after life while addressing your employees, it shalt be thy joy to say from the chair, "Mark and Gall, too much trouble have thine services brought upon m e ; henceforth shalt thou report to work n o more." So wilt thou break thy course. C L I F F O R D AXIBROSE HOLLERAN-thy name wilt he known wherever nlen wilt he. Thou wilt be like Johnson a great fighter, and. like him, thou wilt never be licked (?). Thou wilt live long for thou wilt make much use of thy lower limbs. Therefore, wilt thoo start more fights than even Napoleon, and like him thou wilt be famous, but even more so ior thou wilt fight many Waterloos. W I L L I A M F R E D E R I C K HOLSING: After much cigarette smoking thou wilt climb toward the highest pinacle o i fame. H e wilt, indeed. one day find the shark for whom it behooves him to look so sharp. H e shalt Be known as an amateur detective and his name shalt resound from ocean to ocean, not as Frederick the Great but rather as Frederick the Gimlet-eye. . eie GEORGE F R E D E R I C K J A I I M E R . T h y classmates wilt be prourl of thee. Thou ill be a doer of great things in a quiet manner. Thou wilt be an Abral~amLincoln and G e o r ~ e\Vashington rolled into one. Thou wilt, with Burpee's assistance build a stone grandstand upon our natural one, and thus 1,ring thy name upoll a famous inscriptiot?. 1'RASKI.TN D E L A V E R G S E JONES: Great wilt he thy name in talking of things. but thou shalt never learn to aecomplisl~. Thy excuse shalt he "if." Ti. Ilowever, thou has carried out thine interltiolls of track running, thou mightest (?) now be wearing a B. R A Y M O S D D E W I T T KI.TKE: Winfield as well as Rucknell shalt be proud of thee. At first thy ways wilt not be the ways of the Lortl. But adversity ant1 misfortune wilt a t last drive thee from the rlefile of sin to the path of truth. And thou shalt become,a messenger of the Gospel who shalt llritlg many converts to the fold. And, finally, thy labors over. thou shalt, after much torture, die happily the d o r i o u s death of the marytyr even as did Savanrrola. CHARLES RUNNEL K R E I T N E R : 'Tis written that there shalt be as much Ihrightness in tlry life as there are flames in purgatory. For, though it be in another world, thou shalt become great. For, in the hereafter thou shalt become Commanderin-Chiei o i the forces of Eeelrehet. C H E S T E R R O R E R T LEARER: Thou wilt I,e great. even greater than thou knowest. As an actor. thoo wilt have n o peer. T h y fame shalt spread as wide as that . of Cliarlie C l ~ a ~ l i nThou \r.ilt have much vepetahles thrown a t thee by the admiring pu1,lic. Rut alas. alack. and. perhaps. Oh psliaw! One time a cabbage wilt hit thee on thy cranium and the softer wilt yield-one shining star will shine n o more. RAYMOND PLASIC LE\VIS: Thy fame as an athlete shall spread even unto Rridgeton, wherein it is necessary for thee to sojourn so often. Later life. however. shalt find thee only a reader of athletics. but an ardent advocate of psychology. Thou shalt then invent a new text. wherein action wilt he omitted. JAhIES \I'ILLTIZM LO\YRY: Much wilt thee ~ i v e by thyself some personality. to Henceiorth thou slialt travel f a r and wide, and thou shalt become famous as a musician. T h y musical notes shall be heralded the world over, even unto the bewildered folk of Carbondale There shalt thou then retire. and much to the comfort of thy friends. invent a new walk, which thee thyself shalt cheerfully adopt. DAVID JAMES MARTIT: After saying many meaningless tl,ings, and doing many meaningless things, thou wilt take unto thyself an wife. Then thou shalt g o hither to an lotlcly uninhabited island, where thee and thy wife wilt live in a paradise of bliss. Thus thy name wilt be written on the sands of time as the first married man to have successfully solved the mother-in-law problem. 213 CHARLES \NTLLIAJI M I T C H E L L : Much hast thou lost in thy realn~sof labor. but all is not in vain. Thou shalt travel much in tlle realms of gold. and bring m r ~ c l ~ happit~ess to thyself and thy wife, even as thou shalt live happily ever after in thy paradise of bliss a t Readsville. Hear ye1 Hear ye! ! Hear ye! ! ! Oh! N E W T O S FRAHKLIh' S E W M A S : Thou shalt be a tiller of Mother Earth; for that art thou fit. Bot thy church will call thee. And thou like Gen. Putnam of old wilt leave thy plow standing in the field, and after trying efforts thou wilt successfully wrest old Barley Corn from the folks of Pine Grove. Btrt alas! thou shalt forget thyself and in too much indulgence shalt die a s did Edgar Allen Poe. K E N N E T H W I L S O N O A K L E Y : Thou wilt be enveloped in the flames of much work, toil and worry. Sad wilt be thy lot, until as from an opening in the earth there shalt appear thy redeemer. He wilt relieve thee of thy troubles, and thou shalt once more walk as a free man. Thou shalt then take unto thyself a wife and live happily ever after. T H O M A S MAURICE ORCHARD: Thine wilt be a sad lot for thou shalt take upon thyself more work than thou canst handle. After becoming widely known through thy adventures thou shalt fall as quickly as thou has arisen, for none of thy adventures shalt bear the fruit that thou hast predicted Thine last years shalt be spent in poverty and thou shalt have an easy death. H O W A R D READING PARS: O n nefarious gains shalt thou become wealthy. Thou shalt become a second Childs and like him shalt thou own and operate many stares. Thou shalt then court the lady of thy dreams, who wilt send then a n announcement of her marriage to another. Thou shalt then retire and die a bachelor. JAMES K A N E P E T T I T E : I t wilt come to pass that thou wilt become even as Aristotle, a great teacher. Thou shalt thrive for thine school, and there wilt be much application of the hickory and much dusting of trousers. For, by thee, neither shalt the rod be spared nor the child not spoiled. F R A N K H E I L M A S R I A L E : T h y aim wilt he reached. Thou wilt become a mechanical engineer of unlimited skill ant1 thou wilt also be exceedingly mechanical in all thine ways. Thereby shalt thou become so skillful that no one wilt he able to pay the value of thine hire. Therefore wilt thou starve to death a victim of thine own greatness. , FRANK W E S L E Y RORARACH: Lewirburg shalt offer thee loveliness produced by home talent. Thou shalt then re-open the House and therein wilt start thy fame which shalt travel far. Rnt thy thee for thou canst not stand prosperity, and thou shalt walk from the ness and <lie a sinner. 214 as an example of Lewisburg Opera renown wilt harm path of rigl?teous- C H E S T E R 1;RANICLIK S C I I R O Y E R : T h o u wilt become wise in book lave. T h y head wilt become so filled that it will expand eve,, as did Plato's and what Plato was to Greece so wilt thou be t o the U. S. Brit thou wilt meet a horrible death, for thy head wilt expand, and finally thou wilt expire from that dread disease, vulgarly called "brain fever." K A R L D A V I D SItIITH: L o n g after the light of lesser mortals wilt have faded thine wilt shine even as brightly as the morning star. A s thou are well liked so shalt thou be a leader o f the elect of Catawissa. T h o u shalt judge o i others, but alas s o shall they judge of thee. O n the morning followil~g the night of t h y decease there wilt appear a head line in the S t a r saying, "Catty, the elect of oor Berg, hath passed t o the sleep that knows no waking'' S A M U E L JACOB S M I T H : T h e width and breadth o f t h y knowledge wilt become boundless. T h o u wilt grow exceedingly wise. Thou wilt almost become the equal of Solomon. Henceforth shalt thou fall double fold into disfavor for thou shalt displace Dr. Perrine in hi5 noble position. T h e students shalt not prefer thee t o Dr. Perrine, and hence shalt thy lot be a sad one, for thoo shalt die without having accomplished thine end. G E O R G E A L L E N S T . 4 R K W E A T H E R : \Vith thy abounding nerve wilt thou become a statesman of great fame. Indeed, thoo wilt he pursued t h r o u g l ~many states by the police force o f Lewisburg; till a t last thou shalt be made a prisoner. Then wilt thou have thine neck stretched, even unto breaking, but thou shalt prove thyself elastic and wilt die with a rubber neck. R A Y M O N D D E I L Y T I C E : T h y career wilt be imposing. Even as Alexander the Great conqllered, so shalt thou conquer. Going hazel nutting (nutty) shalt hinder thee somewhat. Still as he was shot a t so wilt thou be. and thoo wilt therefore be often half shot. But, nevertheless, thou wilt be great for, in all thy work, e r e u thoogh thou be hali shot thou wilt always have thine Ruhle. Artists wilt arise and iall but H E N R Y M E Y E R W E B E R wilt arise as the foremost artist of all times and his glory wilt never fade. As Millias hath done before, Meyer. thou shalt paint many glorious pictures. T h o o wilt paint the pictures o i many great men, such as Dr. Harris. Dr. Perrine and Prof. Smith. REKJAMIN J A M E S \VTLSON: Much wilt t h y class learn of thee. .4s thou art now little known s o shalt thoo be widely known as an engineer of thine own affairs. T h y ending. I~owever, shalt be said. Pittston shalt be much in need o f an engineer who shall Re able to raise the city from the depths of sin. Then shalt thoa step forth in thy glory with which thou wilt hecome intoxicated. Thine head shalt then swell and \ r i t l ~the bursting o i a vessel shall thou die. 21.5 R A Y I t O K D A. \VITCHEY: The glory thou shalt own efforts, hut through the efforts of others \\.ho are accustomed to evening dress and after much practice of the coal regions. Thou shalt theo lire a life of ease, life. and shalt then die with the gout. attain \\-ill not be through thine with thee. Thou s l ~ a l tbecome shalt become the society tnan in great contrast to thy present CLYDE WILLTI\II W I T H I S G T O S : Thou shalt take upon thyself the great work of adding numerals to the calculus work of Prof. Bartol. Thou shalt then be heralded far and wide a s the "arithrnatictarian" who knows no end of work. T h y senses shalt then become deadened by overwork, and tho- shalt retire to Danville. There wilt thou feel a t home. CHARLES RYROP; bIOORE: Thy innocent look wilt never belie thy heart. Thou wilt remain ever as pure as monling dew I:ot o n the morning after the nights before, thoo wilt arise with leaden head and heavy eyes. They that know thee, know that this wilt be caused by overwork? In this respect, thou wilt he a symbol of irldustry? and shalt thereby learn to provide happily for hlarion H.4YES L E R O Y P E R S O N : Even as thou laborest in old Rucknell. so wilt thou labor in the world. And even as thou prospereth here, so wilt thoo prosper in the world. A great future awaits thee. Thou wilt become a pl~atographereven as the great Paul Boggess, lntt even as he had a short memory so wilt thou be short all thy life. P A U L H A R T I I A S : Thou shalt specialize in teachers' English a n d then wilt thou lherome a petlagogue of great fame. Oley residents shall seek thee as principal of their high school, hot the breadth of thy kiiowledge wilt be too great for them and thou shalt rise higher in the world. even as did Butch McDevitt. Oh. HALL, thou son of mother earth. many has been the days that thou has studied witllin the portals of this old institution. Sonle day thou wilt be famed as an engineer and pot Edison and Whitney to shame with thy John Dubhalong inventions. Anrl thou, REKJAMIX I I A R K O W I T Z , 0 Son of Israel, ever wilt thy voice be heard a s long as thou hast two hands; for thou wouldst ever shame Demosthenes with thy speech, Douglas Fairhanks with thy energy, and Alexander Hamilton with thy financial ability. \Ve predict for thee a long and varied career as a shoe col~l~ler. RUSSELL STOUT: "Come all ye. who are heavy laden and I s.ill give you rest." thos saideth our good brother Stout, who seeks to evangelize the world. Oh, Stout, thou hast started on a hig task, for this world is wicked. hut may thou have courage. like thy name and cleanse and purge this world of all its impurities. of night and day. O h man of silent and mysterious being. Thou goeth and comet11 like the shades Little knew we of you and yet we were constrained to speak less. Oh. K U S K L E , when wilt thou learn the joy of association with thy fellow beings. Although we knowest thou not we would predict for thee a good and happy fature. 216 CLYDE W E E R I C H : Practically all great inventions originate with dreamers. Perhaps it may be that thy absence iron1 the several social fllnctions is to be accounted for by this cause. I f this be thy purpose interweave thy book knowledge in thy dreams and we shall predict a great engineering future as a result. 3IARGARET E L I Z A B E T H ALLEN: Fate hast decreed that thou with steady purpose and firm step shalt walk the path of righteousness turning neither to right or to left. Thou shalt turn many from their ways of carelessness and laziness and bring them to see the true light even as thou dost. T h y labor over, thou shalt "lie down to pleasant dreams" or shall we say State? "Grape fruit always was my favorite hreakiast fruit, Peg," said a hig fellow to a pretty girl with lovely blue eyes and dark hair who sat opposite him a t the breakfast tahle. Dick has a t last returned f r o n ~war and MARGARET BUCK is beginning her career as a model housewife. This was an inevitable conclusion for Peg's one decided aim \rsl~ilewith us a t Rucknell was the filling of a hope chest. GOI.DA CLARK: Even as Sappho of old thou shalt become the most renowned poetess of thy age. Then shalt thou find more appreciative listeners than are now vouchsafed thee and into whose ears thou canst pour thy verses even a s now thou doest pour them into the ears of thy long suffering mates. A few days ago in the Literary Digest was a very good acount of women's progress since the war. Heading the list of famous women was an account of our own couotrywoman, F L O R E N C E A. CLEARY. After the great world war, Florence went to France and there edited a current weekly magazine. The story of her brilliant success occupied several columns. Her glory reflects back upon her Alma Mater for the wonderful courses in French and Journalism which she received a t Rucknell. MARY MARGUERITE D O W N E R : Tllotl art one of Nature's favored daughters and into nature's secrets thou wilt delve under her guiding influence. until through thy discoveries humanity shall find its long dreamed panecea. Then shalt thou go "like one who wraps the drapery of his couch around him and lies down to pleasant dreams. R U T H EVELYN FARQUHAR: Having left Ibehind the classic halls of Ruckoell thou shalt set forth in search of greatness. Thou shalt find fame through thy music throogh which thou shalt be able to move millions even as now thou movest the Freshrnen in Miss Schill's gym classes A L I C E CAREY F E R R I S : Thou wilt become a journalist and critic for thou wilt enter upon a broader field of literary activity than is offered by the "Rucknell Journal." thus enabling you to mold the literary standard of posterity. MARGARET MARY F I X E R T Y : T h y oratory shall move the world. Then shalt thy name he rememl~eretland thy glory shine and reflect light o n Bromley, the instructor of thy youth. 217 ' The Ideal .-\mericat~ College Girl! Beauty. cleverness. wit. wisdom. sincerity, and truth are embodied in JEAN O L G 4 PLAXAGAN. Universities from the East to West sought lher services as a teacher of Modern Languages, but this had no attraction for Jean, since duty called her to act as the benefactress in an ideal home. I R E N E JEMIMA F R I T Z : T h e frtture shows the arts fighting in their courses for thy favor. O n which shalt thou bestow thy approval? Shall it he thy voice, which wilt enthrall the worlcl, thy paintings claiming place among the world's greatest works of art or far from the maddening crown shalt thou chose the calmer part of Domesticity? We shall let thy fight go on. G N E S McDOWELI. GII.MOUR: Thy life will be marked by adventure. A long wilt thou take. Over the seas is waiting for thee thy mind's delight and thy heart's satisfaction. In the ages to c o m e India or China will rise up and call thee blessed. I R E N E E L S I E GOSSWEILER: Thou wilt become a noted demonstrator of Chandler cars. At no distant date wilt thou preside as queen of thy chosen home and will make a charming housewife. MARY EDNA GROVE: Thy interest in the field of Domestic Science will lead thee into thy future line of activity. which any one who knows thee can easily anticipate. SUSAKN.4H D U N K L E GROVE: Thou wilt continue in thy present line until thoo wilt be sought as a successor of the late Dr. Rockwood. As a side interest thy love of Biological research will lead thee to the branch of Entomology where thy will be the bat fly. favorite subject of ~ t u d y META FRANCES H A L D E J I A S : speedy death. Thou art too wise to live. Prepare for a With thy bewitching smile and heaming eyes thou hast long enamored the men about thee. Thou hast caused them to swear to be true and then thou hast cast them into subjection. W h y wilt thoe not he true to thy first love. "CLEOPATRA" IRMA HESS, despite thy innumerable wiles, thou art to have a brilliant future and we prognosticate that thy next love will he thy last one. 4 s several of the m e n ~ h e r s the class of '19 sat in the audience of one of the leadof ing Kew York Opera Houses, the curtains parted and H E L E N R. H O F F A stood before them. Their air of expectancy was changed to one of pleasure as they saw again their heloved classmate, always so efficient during her career a t B. U., now turning all her attention to music. As I opened the morning paper my glance fell first o n these startling headlines: "The noted MARION E L I N O R H Y A T T will tonight figure as the lawyer for the defence in the breach of promise suit which has been waging for so long in the Courts of Philadelphia." As my mind wandered back to the old college days when Elillor held a group of girls spell-bound for fifteen minutes with her convincing tales. I sighed with pleasure to think that her talent had a t last come into its awn. ?IS I I A R J O R I E REBECCA K O S T E S B A D E R : wilt sway preat audiences to thy hearts content. Greetings to o m declaimer. Thou Esciency she was sometimes called while a t Bucknell, bot her other name is S A O M I B. LANE. Her repotation for making "goodies" is spread far and wide and some day in the future we will lose "Nim." but the Ideal M a n will win a wonderful help-mate. Life is one long day of enjoyment! This is the view of D O R O T H Y BEAUMONT LAWRENCE. Her mind is ever free from worries and responsibilities. Who would not predict a bright and happy future for such a jolly girl? ELVIRA BURLAKD L E W I S : And it came to pass that abandoning the deep love of books she hath chosen to learn the gentle arts of home keeping. Glorious will be thy future O h Elvira when the war is over and he will c o m e marching home and the deep strains of Lohengrin shall echo through the valley whereln thoo dwellest. R U T H A D E L I A MIKNIG: A bonnie farmer's wife wilt thou be, who will keep thy home as scientifically as thy rolling acres will be farmed. IIARY hIATILD.4 McLAUGHLIN: Rightly hast thou been called but thy name is wrongly spelled, for merry surely is one of thy merits. Always shalt thy beaming countenance bestow merryment in some one's soul. If the power of an actress thou lackest, thou canst make up for in real life. MARGARET S A L O M E McLAUGHLIN: Next we have thy sister IIargaret to whom thy slogan-"laugh and grow fat" would prove a benefit. If thou shouldst fail to attain what is predicted for thy sister, readily would thy ability pursue thee to torn to the staae, for there already has thou proven thy worth. E L I Z A B E T H MeLEAN PATERSON: Thou wilt spend a short season in training, then we see thee sailing for France, where thy smiling face and thy dreamy brown eyes and thy professional skill will renew the hope and life of the wounded soldier boy. E L I Z A B E T H S P Y K E R : After many years of wandering through the different countries and directing her mind into many different channels Elizabeth's frankness finally won for her the high honor of "Spyker" of the house. "The pupils occupying the last row of seats will please step forward and seat themselves on the front row," chimed the clear voice of R U T H S T E I N as I entered the class room in the Honter School, one day in the late Autumn. Ruth's career was not very definite and from my visit in the fall I was unable to learn how long she intended to teach. IIowever, since faithfulness was her strong point while in college, I have no doubt hot that she will perform her duties, whatever they may be, with her whole heart. C A T H E R I N E G E H R E T T THOBIPSON: Great satisfaction wilt thou find as a teacher of willful youth, and great credit will your \ I m a Mater find in thee, her rlauphter. 219 H E L E N GLADYS VANDINE: Flitting about in society, ever happy and free. breaking many hearts wilt thou endeavor to win a certain me. Late in life Josiah will care and house her. EMhlA I R E N E YARNALL: T h y ktiowledge of science will lead thee to the collecting and pickling of insects, animals, and fossils, which io turn will make thee a rival oi Heinz. MARY E. BRIGHT: T h e Crystal says thou wilt be a heart-breaker, not of man, but of men. T h y beauty and thy music will charm the hearts oi men so that thou wilt be enchanting even as Cleopatra. Barnum and Bailey have sold oltt their circus to MARION RIESS and now she is the manager of the biggest nine rug circus in the world-for which she'gained her experience in conducting circuses a t Bucknell. This circus is a special success, because "Tex" exercises her great musical ability in the side shows. From thy broken sojourn a t Bucknell, MADONNA, one can detect thy perseverance. When thy mind is set on an education or anything, that shalt thou attain, and if that thing wears trousers, we have n o doubt but that thy bewitching eyes and other charms will render it thy easy prey. FROM DANTE'S "INFERNO" (A La Rerised) Scene-Hades. Dramatis Personae-Mike Kwiatek and Billy Sunday. Stage Setting-Mike is seated on a cake of ice taking Psychology notes. Billy is cleaning snow p t h s anrl chewing Clark and Snover. %lr~~-''Ah, there, Billy, you here t w l i a v e ein smoke-something nem, seven for a jit plns the war tax. Say, got your pinoclile deck by you? Get it out and we'll rap off a band while our boss is scouting around for fuel." BILLY-"All right, Mike, hut we must hurry. Say, watclia got on your hip to-day-creme-de-menth or ahscinthe? Give nie a swig. ( H e gargles). Oh, pshaw, Mike, there conies the devil with a shovelful of hot coals-Olive oil." Curtain. SHE LOVES ME, SHE LOVES ME NOT She was the most hewitching, captivating little Miss a man woultl chance to see in a day's journey. From the tips of her twinkling little feet to the golden halo of glory alm~ither head she x7as perfect, al>solutely, faultlessly perfect. H e r lively broa.n eyes sparkled like diamonds playing hide and seek beneath their lids. Her skin \\.as absolutely clear and unl~lemished. The undignitied resort t o the rouge pot and powder puff had never been forced upon her. Her sigh was as a breath from heaven-and when she smiled-a dancerl about the room. Her laugh was as musical as the thousand s ~ ~ n l x a m s ripple of the brook, her happiness as contagious as the fever of spring. H e r whole petite little person seemed to radiate wholeson~eness, loveliness, sweetness. I was sitting in an old ari11-chair \vIien I saw her enter the room. Her me. All at once she seemed to hewitching lo\reliness suddenly o~ern~lielmed me the most desiralAe thing on earth. My I m k slipped unheeded to the floor. Stretching out my anns to her I called her hy name and she came to me \vitIio~~t instant's hesitation. I drew her closely into the shelter of lily an arms and then she breather1 a soft request that I should read her poetry-a song of love. .4nd so I reached to the table for a convenient copv of "Lfotlier Goose's Nursery Rhymes," for niy hal~y sister takes the same delight in them as any other child of three.-Escholzge. 221 FUSSER'S POEMS (Taken from Eleanor Hyatt's Diary) \\.lien a dear little hand, I'm to seize \Vitli a velvety softness about it. Do I quickly drop it \vithout eyer a squeeze \Yell-maybe I do, but-I doubt it. \\'hen a clear little waist is in reach of my ariiis \\'ith a n.onderful roundness about it Do I argue the point 'hout what's right and \rliat's n.rong \\-ell-maybe I do, but-I doubt it. \\'lien a dear little head lies so close to my o\\.ii \\.it11 sweet curly ringlet a b u t it 110 1 look at 111y match and then start \Yell-iilaybe I do, Iwt-I doubt it. \\.hen a pair of red lips are upturne(l to my a\\-11 \\-it11 110 one around to gossip I)o 1 pray for endurance-to let them alone \\.ell-may I do, but-I doul)t it. (Do you?) A RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS 'To ~iiake it-take a hall dimly lit: .I pair of stairs where t\ro may sit Of music soft, a I>ar or so: T \ \ o pairs of-just two pairs. you know : .I waist the size to be embraced 'lnrl two ripe lips, rosel)ud, to taste. Then if the lips are nice and sweet \i,u'll find your happiness co~iiplete. He used to call lier "s\reetheart." And it tickled her to death. Oiie day he called her "chicken." .And it nearly took her breath. ISe called lier hy all lo\.ely iianies, \Vhich st!-eetenetl up their lives. But. alas, he called her "Honey" And she Ilroke out with the hives. >..,.,.> .. -111111 ,\-71t. "SEM" MEALS The Seminary meals \re get Can be sized up as "fair" But if one says, "I've tasted \verse" It's wise to ask him "IVhere?' The bread is stale, potatoes raw, The pie is on the bum Tlie coffee isn't made the way We get it ~rlienwe're hum (home) The beans hare never seen the pan Of burned toast do I sing, The ginger snaps in time of xrar \Vould be the very thing. The cheese, no doubt. would he quite swell \liithout the macaroni. .%nd all tlie meat I think \ve'd eat If it \rasti3tquite so bony. There's ice cream in tlie gasoline, An error in the freezing. . cow brought orer in the ark % Is anything but pleasing. It's pmnes, morning, noon, and night Dried peaches, ~ioon and morning. Tlie baked bananas shotlld he serwcl With "Don't eat" as a warning. 0, fish the spider fro111 the milk, 'Tnas there it met its fate The milk that's ~iiadefrom grated chalk \\'lien 'ere tlie milk man's late. The tapioca slightly cooked In pudding for the day, \Vill Ile served up tomorrow -4s "Fish eye consomme." \Ire do not eat the butter once, AS do the richer men, \Ve eat it twice aiirl then, alas It's served to 11s again. And liest it's ~iiade Ix~tterscotch it And served us for dessert .I11 upon the theory-"\\:hat You don't know doesn't hurt." One day within tlie pickle keg \\'as found a salted rat The cooks all ran to fish hi111 out .\nd give him to the cat? 0, no, not give him to the cat, Pray. sir, don't 1 so rash, x They put him with the codfish balls And serred hi111 11p as "hash." And now if in your pocket ; silver dime yon feel \ Take my advice Go do\rn to Branclits ;\nd get a decent meal. GREETINGS FROM A U. S. A. A. C . .Is I sit in my dugout thinking, And my hearth I~lazing brigllt. .\nd the \\.ind is wildly l>lo\ring This cold and wintry night, My mind goes back to college, And I thinli-again I'm there: Reading hooks of kno\vledge Is passing a "Semite" fair. So\v Billy Martin's sitigilig His T.ogic Class to sleep. I nap in front of Pop Perrille His I.it is far too I'm deep. on a hazing party \\:ith paddles slringing strong O r in nly cozy study Singing a college song. Just then I'm interrupte(1. 'Tis the sergeant's voice I hear "Fall in!" and "dress up on the right!" "l:ours riglit !" atid "to the rear !" I rouse fro111drearily stupor And in amazement see I'm only a "l~ack"private In the L-.S. -4. -4. C. I forget that I enlisted Several months ago .\nd signed tny own Beat11 warrant For war is , n.ell, you know! For a monient 1'111enjoyitig ;\ class of Benny's French O r in Burpee's class a' learning The anatomy of a ~vrench. No\\. here's to you best \\.islies The scl~oolfor \vhicl~we yearn. \\'e're longing to be with you, .\nd hope to soon retur~i. \ITe're glad that enlisted 1\Iay \$re keep your records bright. 'Tis up to you to pray for us. And up to us to fight. BASHFUL GEORGIE Why so pale and wan, fond Georgie? 0 tell us ~ v h y pale. so Will if missit~gchurch can't \\.in her Making candy fail? 0 tell us \vhy so pale? Charlotte is twenty-two, fond Georgie. You'll 1 twenty sooli x But surely odds of age ~ ~ o nlose her 't So sing the same old tune You'll be twenty soon. Come make a date, bashful Georgie. The titlie's this afternoon. Cutter riding surely IYOII her For 'tis lovers hoon The time's this afternoon. Come, come, cheer up. This \vill not do The heart that's one Ixats not as two For we know she surely loves you As a girl is bound to do And if you cannot tell her. Georgie. There's something ~ r r o n g \vitIi you. A TRAGEDY "And the atmosphere was permeated with brick bats." Maggio (suddenly meeting Abie Lowman in library)-"Avaunt there villain of the d l y mind. This is no lace for fools of your kind. Beware lest I smite thee on the Bean, and then, Abie, hlilton shall see you no more." hit or not to hit-that is the question; whether Abie Lowman (soliloquizing)-"To 'tis better to swallow his empty talk or cop his base and smear him from the neck up." Maggio-"0. Omelet, be thou turned n o more. I am sick of thine overflowing gas. Give me no more of thine slush. Use thine head for something more than a hat rack. Speak! will you fight me, or a t once be gone?" (Abie flusters and hesitates, while Freeze the assistant librariao comes upon the scene). Freeze (becoming poetical): Mary had a little dog I t was a clever little pup. I t stood upon its hind legs\When you held its front l n e s up. Erlaggi~(becoming impatient)-"Once more I speak, Abie-Wilt thou fight me or (They fight). no?' Abie-"Enoug11-Lay off Macrluff, and damned be he that first cries!' Ahie is smitten on the Bean with an encyclopedia, Maggio retaliates with Bassett's History. Abie-"Oh, see the Little Fairies-All! (Billy Martin appears on the scene). how they fly-they fly." "Stop, boys, stop! I bid your warfare cease out of this sacred precinct of books. Now o'er my realm reigns quietude and peace. Let us be peaceful and see no more angry looks. Dyer (with one black eye and an empty ink bottle in one hand): "Ha! much have I done for the Protestant Church by avenging my ink on Connely's Bean." hlaggio-"Away, thoo crazy fool of Elysburg. See'st thou not that I have corrected the ways of Ahie?" Dyer (frightened)-"Care not nly friend. I seek peace and will abide by thee." thou Pussyfoot, and back not down m y words. (Aside) Maggio (enraged)-"Crawl, Ball, he's afraid of my blood and braun." Dyer (crazed by thought, throws the ink bottle at-Maggio's head). Billy IMartio-"Oh, bath cease." Maggio-"Oh! my! \What breach o i culture and refinement. I must seek you Let me a t him." (They fight). Thou defy'st my words? (Annihilation of hlaggio. Dyer swoons with fright). Billy Martin-"Do tell. How quiet and peaceful he lays after the fight is over. Oh! a perfect picture. \What art!" (C~lrtain) ??7 NO OFFENSE MEANT It was a brisk ?;oveml)er (lay in late Octol~er, and the eyes of the \I-orld \\-ere directefl upon the large co\v pasture in that portioti of the \Ietropolis of I.e\visluurg. That ~iiagiificentorb, the sun, shone brightly through the threatening sky. Footl~all \\-as the topic of the hoor, for to-day Bucknell's fillrst and huskiest pigskkl warriors, the FACUI.TY SQUADeschange(l slaliis \vitli the ever-figliti~ig Le\visl,urg High. Oh. yes: Quite a line-up: LcftElzd L e f t Tacklc LcftGuordCcl~tcr Right G ~ ~ o r t i Right Tnrklc RightEndQ~artcrbacl? H(rlfbacl? I.rft All thr I,17ny Rock Fnll in the Bncl? - ~IGGYC~~.ESTOCK BURLY BAI-DWIN BROMELY SXITII - HUSKYIVILCOS - I'REXS HARRIS KERVY LINDEMAN SLIM BURPEE POPPYPEIIRINE.(Capt.) EPFIIEI-IEI~~ - SHEIDPEYERETT D~STY RTIODES - - - - - - - .\ cro\v(l of fully fifty-eight l~aidrooters. and 58,000 tunpaid ones witnesse~lthe hlootl letting. Manager Benny Griffith alid his squad \\ere at the zenith of their glory. Coach Billy llartin \\.as \\arming the side lines \vith a neck muffler. POPPY(the captain)--"So\v, the galiie'5 gonna begin ! uh-uli-uli-you. Hurry up, you fello\vs. "Zooks-.+las-.\lack-a11cl perhaps Oh My! ! Look at those two High Schoolers! Slilii the end and Stout the Halfback. Slim \veigIis no more tluan 327 1-2 and Stout no less than 63 2 - 5 ! 0-00, they're gonne hegin." The referee's voice broke upon the calm, still air, "READY. BTCKNELL?" I Tlie tvliistle shrille(1 and Big Dill I~oosted the pigskin to the Bocknell 7-8 yard line and tlie game was on ! you back man signal a fair catch. ancl-and POPPY-"Nott--no\\.-no\\then run like-sixty." Epliie, playing hack in the shado\\.s of tlie goal posts, caught the I~all, as it came on tvith frightful velocity and started do\\.n tlie field: on to High School. On, on, 011. lie 11-ent behin(1 the powerful interference! (Poppy and Slieicly \\-ere in front). There was a siclzetiing, shocking, slain~iiing thud of bodies! Finally. hotvever. one High Scliooler t1.110 couldn't get out of tlie way. regretfully tackle(l Ephie 011 tlie 17 2-3 !-arc1 line. .\ council of war is helcl oti Bucknell side. Poppy presides Po~~~--"~otv-iiot~-~~Ii-Prex~~. d o you think 11-eought to run ?" n-hat PREXV(tvitli air of importance)-"\\-ell. through the center." tve midit tr>- some end runs SHEIDY (sarcastically, as though lie liiie\v it all)-"Satv! T r y a few nlass plays just off the opposing halfl,acks." POPPY(disgusted)-"Get into position-I'll ! Signals-Left !" -Right !-uh-1111-Charge Colestock patting l ~ i s heard). POPPY-"Cole~tock. uh-uli-get that's no good. run my own team. Signals (-411 line up quickly \vitli into action quicker." BROMELY-"\\~eII, IIOYS. let's go. Get pepperiferisli atid pepper the pep out of them." POPPY-"Can't hck." you hear? 7~81-. (12 stage ~t~liisper).Tackles (Rald\\.in and Linde~iian collide hehin(l center). ??B Coxy passes the ball-it's snapped into action-the men sprang forward Rliodes plonghed through the opl~osing line leaving a trail of -Dusty mounded and mangled forms behind. Finally, being blinded by the reflection from the white line of the 29-yard line, lie paused bewildered and was tackled from behind. (Another cou~lcilof war from Bucknell) POPPY-"NOW let's see-uh-we're on the 29-yard line. 011, yes! Well, I guess we'd better run Sheidy through the line backmard. They will think he is going for their goal and won't tackle him." COI.ESTOCK-"IVell, taking cognizance of that fact, (lon't you think it better to try a forward pass to me?" R ~ R P E E - " C O ~ ~ talkative! IVhat's the matter with my end?" on, COACHMARTIN(from the bench)-"\Veil, Capt. Perrine, let's see you so manipulate yourself or your team so as t o locate yourselves with equal respect t o the opposition, and place an advancement on the ball for at least a first down." (Referee Ballentine interferes)-"Ten ing from the side lines!" yards penalty for Bucknell, coacli- HEADLINESMAN BROWN-"NOW, as one who knows tlie game from A t o Z without contradiction, I propose that Bucknell 1 penalized only 9 1-2 x yards for the breach of football's rules she made." Umpire Billy Bartol appears upon tlie scene-"Well, let's not fight. W e xvill penalize Bucknell 9 3-4 yards, and thus shall we compro~llise.'' POPPY-"Well! make it up." Well! Boys, uh-1111 don't mind that, n8e-we will soon (Baldwin found loafing on the line)-"No\\,-now, Baldmin, haven't you played football long enough to know not t o play the line? Now-now, get started. Don't yon see?" 230 B ~ ~ ~ w r w - " W i t hno more from you we ought to make a touchdown. \Vith your bawling we will loose." POPPY-"N-0-W let's go on." that's fine ! That's culture! That's refinement! Well, Poppy again gets his team in action and calls Rhodes back. More signals! Plunk! The ball was sailing through the clear, blue atmosphere, one of the terrible spirals from the terrible toe of Dusty. It was an 18-yard punt. The High Schooler, Peachy's son, mho caught it. was dropped in his tracks by the words and action of our right end, Slim Burpee. NOW it was High School's turn at line-buckiiig. Although our Little ( ? ) Heroes were outweighed an even hundred pounds t o a man, they nevertheless fought like wild cats and High couldn't advance the hall at all, at all. No Siree! Nothing doin'!-Finally with tears in his eyes, Big Bill, the High School quarter hack. dropped all the way back, and drove the ball I 13 yards on a drop kick over Bucknell's goal, because he knew his team could not buck the line for that distance. It was quite a pretty thing, hut one-tenth of a second before the football crossed the crosspiece of the goal Inst, the whistle Mew. The period was over an11 the goal didn't count. To recount in detail would be tiresome. Each period resemhled the first with a few variations. Poppy displayed wonderful ahility at choosing plays and running ends by taking somersaults. Ephie did wonderful work in jumping over the line of scrimmage for g 1-2 and rg-yard gains. Sheidy occasionally fell forward, and stretched out for a gain of 5 yards o r so. Finally, after much see-sawing and wonderful ( ? ) exhihition o f Bucknell f o o t l ~ l l , Sheidy displayerl an unusual force of wind which enabled our captain to score the only goal of the game by crossing High School's line xvith only a 2-5 of a second to play. COACH MARTIN(congratulating Poppy )-"Well, home the bacon and the day is ours." POPPY-"Yes-yes. T o be sure. But-uh-rlon't peare would have played hetter in his day ?" lmys, you have I>ro~lght you think that Shakes- The team agrees and carries Poppy, the Hcro, off the field 231 FROM A CHAPEL HYMNAL Still Still \\-it11 thee - - - - - - LORETTAX D "SCOOP" A Ho\\-firniaioi~~idation- - - "SIIEIDY" 0 Happy Day - - - XLJFSED .\ CHAPERONE .-\l\vays \vitli us, allvays \vitli us No seas again sliall sever - - - - JOY A N D ROBERT Day of \vondev. day of gladness Thou iron1 \vliom \ve never part \'e mortals, "nlarc" its pace \\.IIES Tlra S\VIMMIS\TG .\RIII\.ES POOI. - ITo\v \vondrous xreat. lio\v \\wndrons I , r i ~ h t I ' R . ~ ~ K L IS~wnr.zr\' ~ - - FRTED BRE.\D FOR BRE.ZKP.\ST - - BAI.DII'IN It c:nne upan the mi<lniglit clear - - JACK-TIIE-I-IUGGER OUR MANAGER \\'lien our business manager was just a little boy. H e was the dearest little fello\v\\'as his teacher's pride and joy! H e never was "kept in" to \\.rite a hundred \vords or Inore No. Tommy stayed just long enongli T o take his teacher to the dooi-. No~v. it an!- \vender since his teacher \\.as a ".\lies." is That to this young Lord I'auntlevoy, Karli eve she gave a kiss? . ONE ON OURSELVES 3 1 1 s ~ L A N B I G X K - ' ' \ ~is ~ ~ F ~ worse than a liinli \vithoiit a country?' MISS HYATT-"Oh! \vithout a man." Forget it. Elinor. T t Oh! ! Oh! ! ! ( a l n l ~ s tin tears) \vhy. a country \!ill never happen. FRESHMAN SOLILOQUY (Freshman on way to ~lraxvingroom) : It's a long stairnay that has not ending. MIKE'S AMBITION-TO BE A PIG! Pa~sv-"I? not the pig better than the human I~eing,in that lie has no desire for property?" I < \ \ 7 ~ . 4 ~ ~ ~ - " \ the~pix iz hetiel- than the man.'' -e . THE WINGLESS ANGEL G.4r.1. (care free and happy)-Burn my clothes. I aln goinl: to Heaven. ~ E ~ v M . \ A - - " S ~ \ look here. Gall: don't you know that's sac-religious? Y. Re more reserved as n minister." GALL (\\.it11 ca~iiouflage e ~ - i ~ ~ s ~ i e ~ ~ ) - " F r a n l i i e . not. Don't you s kid nie knon- that if the Lord had an extra pair o f \vi~igsI n.ould be at1 angel in Heaven no\\,?' .\BRAXIS (standing 011 side lilies watching: foothall contest)-"There Spotts (fullback) running tllrougli the center." goes S ~ ~ c ~ . ~ T o ~ - - " \ \ ~ h!-nue espect him to go. mau?" er dc AZIE-"\Vhy don't he do like Le\ris (end). He's got sense, for he runs around the side lines." (Poor Ahie will learn-SOME DAY). 21" BILLY BARTOL'S ORIGINAL ONE Q. "Why is the shape of the earth feminine?' (The class gives up). A. "Because it is Miss Leading." (The class swoons). COLESTOCK'S EMBARRASSMENT (I11 discussing some legal point, with regard to Blackstone's con~ment on twins). His conclusion: "Having had no such experience, it is quite difficult for me to state rlefinitely." LINDEMAN TAKES THE CAKE ( I n a recent address)-"I which I used to shake hands." arn sorry to see so many absent faces with SHEIDY AS AMONG OTHER MEN SHEIDY(in geometry class)-"\Vhere is your theorum!" STUDF.NT-"T~~ figure is on the board and the explanation is in my head." s ~ ~ r ~ Y - " T h e they are both on board, aren't they ?' n PREXY'S ONLY CLAIM MASTERS Dr. Harris)-"Sir, (to woiild you mind taking great care how yo11 send home illy marks? My parents suffer greatly from nervousness." PREXY-"T~~S a free country and we do as we have to." is 254 IN PSYCHOLOGY CLASS PREXY-"IS might right?" FRANKIE NEWMAN-"NO! (Girls. H a , ha, ha). Right is right." She met him i~ the darkened hall H e said, "I've brought you roses" H e r answer seemed irrevalent I t was, "How cold your nose is." H e held her to his shoulder The color left her cheek And stayed upon his coat sleeve For just about a week. PROF.OWENS--"H~V~ yo11 ever seen a mine?" ORCHAR+"Y~S, a coal nline." PROF.OWENS-"HOW does it go?' ORCHARD--"Down the ground." in While fifty inches in the girth May suit some people's taste, I hate to see so much good flesh Entirely gone t o waste. -Ex. A farmer to the chein lab strayed And, 0 , 'tis sad t o tell, Mixed glycerine with NO., Which blew the J.L. -Colitributcd CALENDAR WINTER TERM, 1917 FEBRUARY li. ( ? ) A. hl. Soph Ranrluet ends. Every- body "full' (of turkey, etc.1 "Hillbound." 18. The Sabbath silence is broken hy a yell arising from one who had received an unexpected shower. Gall has the "tables turned on him."-Moral: "Do onto others as you wish to be done Ily-lmt do them lirst." 1 ! 1 Rucknell us. Albright. 43-32, 211. Bucknell " 5 . St. hIaryr, :14-!!I. 21. Oakley awakes Bllly Marttn's class in logic when the base of the triangle, iormed by hts chair leaning against the wall, suddenly becomes greater than the altitude. L'". Glee Club renders its Concert to the Stodent Body Bucknell v. Georgetown. 31-45. 93. C. C. hlitchell, one of the speaker3 on the Y. 31. C. A. Lyceum Course, lectures an "The Story of an Ash Heap." f i . Bucknell vs. Franklin and Marshall. .:1;-1i. 1'4. Prof. Raalinsoo, '99. delivers an interesting dircortrse on "China." ? i Prof. Ra5vlioion also gives an address i. on "International Vocations." 27. Scene-"The Hill covered \vith an icy glaze." -4ctor-"Red Abrams." Act. I-"From the main entrance to the athletic held in 2 seconds." lloral-"It might have heen worse," "Abie." 211. Dr. H a n ~ e rgives an illustrated lecture to the "Chemicals" on "Opportunitie3 of Industrial Research." ? I 'li-"Golda" :. had cet this day for her ( A r e you still proposal to "Dale." of waiting. Dale? "Excuse"-lack time prevented). MARCH Thermometer :illo below Time, i A. > . I "Heat~ngsystem has a break-downy"Consequence"-(Jt~st imagine) Bucknell vs. Susqoeh~nna, 91;-30. Sunday-Nothing to interfere wit17 the studies. Water light in West Wing. W~enrich intercepts the contents of a basin which Herman supposedly shot a t "Bunnie" Lr\r.is. Fraternity meetings -- slellam [[v,, tlar[M aruoJ rlleq Kep at[*. 'IIlldV 'salenel SIX ~cll;la(l Ja.tar aotldc .. . , -e>fi-laluI agl ~o~';rneB au!b!~ada l l or e l p a emmet) !yd xeajap !q3 ero '8;-$3 'EUUV~S!I!>SUS I [ a U ~ J l l ~ 'SA ,"s~a8lr!g 2 m o ~ PIO., ' a s ~ n 0 3 lonaai(1 -t(i'-~t 'hl!slan -!ltn E l e X e ! ~ -sn [[auqJoa '(,,aqe,l. s s ! ~ , , I l s o m l ~ ) .xq>eaa Inas B ~ I ! M spueq splay alllaad :sa!nom ayi n~ ne!Ielq!l., se qoJ ST,[ 128 o l Bu!.i.~as rt!uplea ' ! . J O I ~ lay1 as!* st aH .sn.ep 3l8ol,, sul 01 alduexa junadr e si:2$ 1111 -8:s 8. Easter: Sem lblossoms forth as never before. !I. llilitary and athletic fever illcreases Someone eager far chest development apurouriates the bass horn in the Ihihd ioarn. Ill. Five Bucknellians rove their oatriotintn I,y joining T b o p M. 11. Biological trip. , R e d Weher cvmmt find the class of Ihrds t o \\.lvcl~the fly!n$ scluirrel belongs. Red Cross meetill$ a t "Sern." I?. Lou Beauchamp lectures io Y. ILI. C. .4. Course. Glee Clul, goes to Shamokin. Chemical Engineering Society pledges lovaltv to tbe P r e ~ i d e n tin the war. 13. ~el;ate'team hreaks even in dual dcbate with Lafayette. 14. N.atoral Historv hike. MacKinlev studies znore hornan natorr than natural htstory. D. T. U.'r entertain Pi Beta Phi. 15. Dr. Phillips delivers a memorable address upon "The Moral Issues of President Wilson's War 1,lessage." 10. Vote of ctudent body on question: "Shall Rocknell continoe intercolleeiatc athletics this snrinnl" 121 . yeas. 32 nays. pies; catches Sam Lennox reading a ne\r,spaper in class and requires hirn to explain t o the class wliat be read. Junior Reception. Fine clay. Sern ukelele orchestra serenades passers-hy. Juntor Smoker. Dr. Martin greets Kinky Sproot as an alomnos. A ~ ~ ~ l Junior Promenade. Full dress unl suits and three-fourth? eveninn xo\!ils prevail. Rasehall season opens wit11 a rictoryTJvrsity 5, Juniata 1. T a g Day f o r rrooo 1 benefit. l l a n v a oerfectlv M sane 'Hillite wrrenders -lc for a tag and '?4c for n fair Semitr'c smile. Commencement speakers annonnced. Sevm more meml>ers addrtl t o the \rorld's Hall of Fame. Tlle Cap and Dagger presents "The Count of No Accoont" in Comrnencement Hall. Miss Schill's oroteges hang u p another roosing succer~.Y . 11. C. A. Officers elected. Senior Council meeting: few violations 2 .: of r u l e s F r e r h i e r too ht1.i~ \ r r i t l n ~ spring poetry. .'i. Freshies declaim; no. not a t the instigation of Soph. Pres. Dent, btlt tllldrr Rrornlry's paternal care. Proclain~later in the evernng under the Spohs-general haring party. 28. Varsity 7 , Harrisburg State Leag~reti (1.2 tnnings). Relay team takes third place in its class a t U. of P.: Gaenrel sixth in the Penthalon. Pi Beta Phi Founder's Dav. Tri Delta Freshmen entertain the. active chapter in the gym. 29. Flne day. The four-mile, hecause of the number of strollers looks like a boulevard. 30. "A fitting crown for yon noble brow, sir." The Sophomore class hats appear on the carnpos. MAY 1919 L'Acmon Board holds first meeting. Sem holds Rahy party-short socks and curls in evidence. Oh, baby! . Dr. Colestoek gives Tommy Mannun I zeceipt to cairn lher fathir's lhuiidog: Fix your eyes right on his and stare with all your minbt. Advance inch by inch; i h e dog retreats; you reach the gate and then-at the end of tllc second mile you look around." It IS romored that someone actually cut "Ephle." Kappa Delta girls leave for Cornell to assist in installation of new chapter. Johnny Hendren gets op in time for dinner, rnirnbilr dictu. Red Cross day and crowning of May Queen at the Sem. War splrit makes itself felt. Everyone restless: no one can study. The girls give Joe Dcot a party to celebrate his ? l ( ? ) s t birthday. Plw Pri's open house party. Judging from their m e s t s we'll sav the" have . some eye for beauty. Tbirty-five loyal Bucknellians leave for Fort Niaenra. "Old Buck~rll'spride ever rests in yon. For she knows your hearts beat hravc and true." Bllggy descends upon the observatory. Sophomore Cotillion-Oh, we didn't get home till dinner time. Thomar and Masters take an insolontery cold plunge into Chillisquaki creek. Tommy calls upon divine nssistance to avert the calamity but it falls. Senior girls entertain Soplls in the living room. Freckles Dinterman takes a stroll down tbe tow-path to say farewell t o Sa.agler. GoIda has thrilling experience a.llen she is o\.ertaken in the ball. 4. 5. 7. R. 9. 10 11. I?. 13. 14. Gentlemen. the world is growing better: Ep11ie.s elasc in Political Science waited until !:% for him. I 15. Too many chafing dishes connected w ~ t hlight circuit. R. U.'n electrical force .on the run. Mu Phi Epsilon Inltlatloll. 16. Sehroyer progresses with his courtship. He gets her to ask her mother. li. "Soura" Cassler and his fellow musicians make their initial appearance on the campus. Grand wccess. 18. Mike Kwiatek remains asleep after class and IS asakened by a friendly Ihucket of water from a nearhy nindaw. 19. Wenrich, Hartmann and Kaoiman take an unexpected bath in the river-not to he mistaken for their annoal one. Y. M. C. A, and Y. W. C. A. hold joint social. 20, 'Tis a glorious day, and the Sem seems crowrled with jcwels: Oh. ye immortal gods. if only one could be found to break the rules. ?I. The Bowery dines on the back porch. 22. Pop tells his class in American Lit. that he will give them some informatton free gratis for nothing. won't cost you a cent. it's thrown in. 23. Red Cross meeting. 21. Farewell L'Agenda Board meeting for Thomas. Stewart and Duffee. Prexy's reception: Freqhmcn. sleep with ynur shoes on tonight. 25. Senior Elocution recital. Lambda Chi Alpha Dance. 26. Tri Delta hike. Fussers and Semites attend a local wedding to take notes. 2i. Two young ladies go canoeing hut the current was so strong that male assistance war gratefully received. 28. Billy Martin catches ionr of his escaped Architecture class and takes them to class with him. Woodpecker makes its appearance and canses some commot!on. 2!1. Sophomore girls at last allowed to go out witholrt chaos. 40. Military spirit contagious. West Wing has water fight. \Venrich intercepts a pitcherful. JUNE 1. Phi Beta Phi pledges entertain the active chapter at Milton Country Club. Junior Exhibition Contest. '? Helen and Golda take first swim of the season. I. Colestock cuts Elementary Law to build a chicken coop. 5. Fifty Bueknellians leave to join the Ambulance Carps a t Allentown. 6. Birdy Benton and Jane Cook have a love set-h, it's only tetttlis. 8. (Friday)-Benny Freehle is so superstitious that he waits until Saturday t o get out of bed. 9 Keefer arid Bell are locked in the Sem . Parlor-lucky guys. 11. Exam in History of Art. Insufficient seating capacity for the first time in the term. l . Exams continue. Fussers' slogan : "Be a still sad Ileart and cease repining. 'Tis high time to work." 13. Jim Chapel visits East College to help tile crammers. 14. Exams over. First installment leaves for home. Final Elocution Recital. 15. Exhibition by School of Music in Buck"ell Hall. 16. Visitors flock in for closing events. 17. Dr. Harris delivers Baccalaureate Serman in Baptist Church. Dr. Walker, of West Chester, addressed Education Society. Aluminae Reunion and Luncheon. Twilight Band Concert. Glee Club Concert. Symposium Night. Annual Commencement. Seniors say last word? of fare\*ell-"\Vill we never see each other again?" Hill deserted. FALL TERM, 1917 SEPTEMBER L I A I!). School opens. Girls bewail scracity of men. Demes move into their n e w house across from the Sem. 20. Freshmen go on a personally conducted tour through the town and are favored with a "wet" reception a t the Sem. 21. Class elections. "Tommy" Heim, begins his week-end trips t o Winfield. "2. 23. 84. 25. 26. 27. 30. Freshmen Sophomore Scrap. Sophs victorious. Shaw scours the fields in vain search for his trousers. Y. la. C. A. Reception. First Sunday. Klmkle experiences first attack of "homesickness." Newman opens up the "New Jitney Line" with his seven-passenger hlltchell, rhree stops only-hill, chapel and semmaw. Frat meeiings. Freshman asks laboratory assistant for same "inverted test tubes.'' Keys and Stndulis go on an onsuccessful "Snipe Hunt." Both show the "fieht to the death" s d r i t and resolve to'go agatn. Hclen Borlrne and Margaret Buck collect rnonev for books for soldiers. Why so iriterected, girls' Football season opens with a victory over Mansfield Normal, score 25-0. Phi Gamma Delta Dance. Pi Beta Pbi initiation. Found hy the Semites in chorc11-the first trace of a Junior "murtnche." OCTOBER - 1. Edith 2. 3. 4. 3. 6. i. 8. 9. 10. 11. E. 1. 3 Lnrson uses Helen Bodine's toothhrusb. Sehoyler discovers strange elcment in Chemintrv class. Bittner had broken the perft;me bottle 131 his hip pocket by sitting down too energetically. Blttner bovs a n e v oerf~~rne 1,ottle. orc cup ink roast at PA^. Steuvnrt's. Freshmen experience first baring trip. Panhellenic nartv at Sem. Nevi!) Bau, man entertains Sen? I,y demon~trating new method of scrubbing porches. Bocknell rs. Swarthmore, li-i. First hoofire in three yearc. Kappa Delta initiation. Hohart Evans oreaches at the Marsh httt forgets to'take up collection. Senior Council hales the hazers o f Oct 4th. htarkowitr loses hi- mostache in the fray. Jack the Tqugger maker the bridge near the Sem his headrjilartcr- Hipsie and Hepsie hurt in the marl rush t o Ket there first. Helen Rodine get? a new suit of clothes. Pars on the "grouch." Gets word that his "frati" i%etlxnged to s o t n e o ~ ~ e elsc. Prexy eires the Ps)chology class a cut to see the tram off. Raptist C. E. recepttnn. LamIda Chi Alpha Dance. Colxnte defeats Ruclir~ell 24.0. Phi Kappa Psi hibr. S. 9 E. party. . . 14. Reddig again visits West Chester Normal School in Spirit. Writes his twenty-third letter of the term. 15 Rauman tells a tragic tale of being pur. sued by a gang of roughnecks from the fair. His "woold-be rescuers" find nothinp but nigger hahirs strung along the telepholle wires. (Next time, Fred, take a second look). 16. "Tip" McLaughlin knitc day and night f a r a certain soldier faster than Louie can supply the yam. "Love always did lend speed." 17. L'Agenda Roard change their place of meeting to the Srminnry. Great social function. "Let's lhwe aoatber." 18. The Hillites in their blind jealousy of Jack the Huggcr altnost lynch a hamburg sandwich man from the fair hy mistake. hlarsh Lewisson supports the ~nohlecause by using ten (10) gallons of gas to carry n.ittlessrs. Pi Beta Phi reception to patronesses 19. Students leave for Penn game. Malcolm ~ t a y shome 'cause he can't go to Raltimore. too: Ah!20. Penn game. "Innocents ahroad" scores a touchdown. 21. Frankie Ne\r.man desecrates the Sabbath by "Ss-earing" on thr return trip from the game-"Judas Priest, I've eot a blot\~oot." ?I. Orchard returns from a "boriness" trip In 1,rhalf of the L'Agcnda. Rose and "Har" play n practical joke-"call E o ~ m aLeaveqnod and another innocent creature up 1,cfore Student Executive 2nd t l ~ yhadn't done a thing." The innocrnt always must suffer. 27. Junior Clarr meet to consider the reqoect of Senior Council to remove m~~staclles. 27. hiarkorirz visits "sick" in Milton. Rocknell vs. Cornell, 0-20. Demosthenean Hallowe'en party. YP. Gall observes the Sahbath by appearIng in stiff collar. ?!I. Kwtatek comes to Psych class on time. 511. Student Government of Women's College voted to qend Xmas boxes to B. U. hoys in France. 31. Hallowe'en party at Sem. Miss Carey gives Jul~iorgirls the prize for ariginality of costume. NOVEMBER tion, tries to rube the cashier out of the orlee of his sunner but is caual~t at tlie door. 18. "3 A. hl." Rooters retorn to the Hill. 151. Senior Council hercbv resolves: "That neither individually nor in groups sball we expend any more than neccssarv on any social function." 20. Elinor and Tea11 are 4.5 minutes late for the 10:13 Biology class. ?I. Epl~ir apologizes to Witchie for not talking loud enough to \rake him up nben lhe f;tils to rrcite. " W c h ~ r Male Quartet" onen Y. Y. C. A. Lvceurn doorse. 1 HHen Van Dyne loses her shoe in " Psychology class. 3. Oakley and Gall clean ''Lin~Ix?rger'' from interior parts of the radiator. 24. Sonhs doan Freshier in annoal football &me, 11-0. 25. "Ossie Moosie" Xichols goes home to get his "full dress" for matriculation. 26. %(eta Haldeman IS honorably ( ? ) excuwd from surveying class. 27. Freshmen Matriculation. Drt~selKing wears his mother's white gloves. Lambda Chi Alpha Dance. 28. Students leave for that"Turkey"dinner. ?I Varsity loses to Dickinqon. 7-0. !. 30. .Tjcr follows the "Golden "Ruhl" durIng vacation. DECEMBER 1. Semites stage Miniatore "Colleee Girls" in t h e Sem parlors. 3. Vacation over. Everyone Iback to rest op before exams. 4. "Slim" hlitchell locks his keys in his dormi-has to crawl over transom. .5. Operatic Society present "H. 11. S. Pinafore." Demostiteninn D~IIIIPI. fi Cc~yydiscovers a poker game in East M'rng. i Sigma Chi dance. Golda discovers . !new species of "ameba" with "psendopodia." !I. Benny Freebie goes to choreh. 10. "Frill and Frown" enterta~nment. 11. Hclen Beck goes to Reaistrar's ohice to get e x c u d from tl?; chapel. I?. "Rut" Joner. Dave Martin and "Rex'' Stone leave to take on clerical nositmns in Aviation Coris. 11. Hooser is late for chap~l. 14. Ward lhctmps lhcad on hridge near Sem. I5 Cram! f o r the exams are coming. 16. Jack Hall doern't cut a class, no schonl. 17. Exams begin. 18. E x o d t ~of studej:ts begins. I!). "Hill" deserted. Scoop" sticks around WINTER TERM, 1918 JANUARY 3. School opens with urllal forxnalities. Coxy's army on the jump. Radiators I" Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi houses f r o r e t ~ and bursted. Their parlors converted into skating rinks. 4. Basketball scaron opens with a victory over Bloomsborg Normal. 33-2.3. Htrlsirer nailed for College Girls. . . The old crew off for the good old .I. stantll,y-Sunbury. 1;-Services in the nsual places of worship -General Cupid court-martials "Privat?" Jammer far delay in reporting on duty in Jlilton after a farlough. i Stragglers return and real work begins. . 8.. "Prexy" takes note? \rhen Ward recites t o him in tllr form of a lecture. 9. Colestock disgusted with the elass in English Ilistory. His jokes don't l~armonire with its sellse of humor. lo. Dr. Davis lecturcs to the Y. M. C. A. , on n "Young M n s Problems." Freea' Ihle sends 111s frat pin "somewhere out \vest." 11. Blinisterial social a t Dr. Stevens. Resolv~d-That the ministerials must ctart a revi\ral. 1' . Rill Trimble qnits the Sonbury crew and goes to 3lifflinborg. 13. Dr. Evans. of Crorer, addresses Bible Class. Pars makes his debot with his motor slcd. Thr sods wreak ven- 21. Chemical Engineering Society displays a service flag with twenty stars. 22. Fonda is informed that there are parlors in the Women's College. Tri Delta Reception for visiting delegates. 21. Engineers go to Snnhory to enlist in the Officers' Reserve Corps. Varsity deieats Juniata on their own floor, 40-?D. .-Jon. 5-. %. %. Dr. Grathrvell inspires Y. hl. C. A. to organize a Prohibition Society Mu Phi Epsilon entertain Supreme Presi(lent. Varsity keep up their good work bv defeatin= Hasset Clob. 28-44. ? . Elthera bursts forth into song in the i Smm dining room. Lambda C l ~ i Alpha reception. 26. Lucile Evans and Lucile Rutherford liide hehind the piano in the Woman's College and watch the callrrs. ?i. Hackctt and Cleary go to churcli at 23 degrees helow zero. 28. Important Student Exec. meeting Several victims scal~ed. ?9. Nnomi Lane burns gasoline in her chafing dish. 30. Reddig miires breakfast 31. Six Seniors speak at Y. I f C. A. meeting. FEBRUARY .,-Jon=m-., I 1 L . = e ,I . ,B!; . ; 1. Bucknell vs. Lebanon Valley. .in-Ri. ?. Theta Delta Tau Initiation. Demosthenians Founder's Day Celebration. 3. Marriron experiments with "Pyrene." Padeliord addresser the College Class. 1 Milton car gets stalled in snowdrifts. (Our manager has to resort to shoeleather local and hoof it up). 3. Prof. Burpee responds to the cinder call and tbos helped our fair ones up the snow-covered paths. 0. 411 night session for the Editors and Managers and their respective assistants. 7. 1019 L'Agenda goes to press. 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HEISER Leading Pharmacist Kodah.~, Supplies, Develnpinp and Pnntinp No Snfer P1xc.e for Pmscriptions Lowest Prices W e s t End M e a t Market Market Street LE\VISBWRG, PA. J. HORAM LIVERY and GARAGE C(1r.c. Hire for P h o n e No. 155-A2 LewrssuRc. PA. Braucht's Restaurant Where the Good Things to EAT Come From. R. 0. BRAUCHT L ~ w ~ s s u a PA. c. The Shields Photographic Studio "Ft~.c..~er,v Heu~/qtrurtcrs" and Sdn.i. S~tndnes. Home-made Candies. Ice Creitm Fanry and Plsin We mnnufacture all our Candirs and Ice Cralm and ~ u ~ r w n t their er Purity rtnd Freshness. 418 Market Street Lxw~s~rnnc, PA. PURITY CANDY CO. Qllalily G m ? ~on1chznnnnl L I : w I ~ , I I I ~ ~ . a PA. .If Your SHOES Look Sick Have Them Made Well at George Johnson's Shoe Shining Hospital Hats Cleaned and Blocked We Clean All Kinds of Shoes and Paint White Shoes Any Color I'ou Wish. Shoe Laces for Men's and II'ornen's Shoes. 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Special Attention Given to Student and Fraternity Work Milton Cleaning, Pressing & Hat Cleaning Company Shoe Shitiv Parlor8 y e s , this is the br\t plnrr to get your suits cleaned and pressed-your J 0H N A BE c K Florist Cut fi"oze'e1:\.find Corsagr Borrqzrcts 57 S. I'ront St. and re,,,mked like shine stop and hntc cleaned If ,."t " ).",, SPP 18s. R PAPPAS BROTHERS 1IeII Phone 114 % B ~ o n d ~ y S e x t to Y. M. C. A. MILTON, PA. Attractive Footwear The sort that appeals t o good dressers. The out of the ordinary kind with tone and individuality-at prices that are right. Fred Kimmerer & Co. T h e Shimer Cutter Heads for Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Door and Sash, Mouldings, Etc. .e: S. J . S H I M E R & SONS MILTON, PA. PERFORATED SHEET METALS \\re specialire in the manufacture of above n~aterialin Steel, JIangane'ie Bronze, Also Copper, Zinc, etc. Perforated el ern to^. Buckets and Simpler Hivetless Conveyor a11d Ele\.atov C11ain. 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COURSE PLANCourse No. and Title: CENG 440 DIGITAL DESIGN: IIInstructor : W. LittleOffice Hours: Tue 1 to 2:30 or when door open Location: EOW 443Term/Year: Summer 2002Lectures: Days: TWF Time: 8:30 to 9:30 Location: ELL 060Labs: LK01 M 3:
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CENG 440 Digital Design II Course OutlineApril 2002CENG 440 is the second course in digital design. The course has three 50 minute lectures sessions per week and four 3 hour lab sessions during the term. Throughout the course, independent thinkin
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Computer Engineering 440 Digital Design: IICourse Lecture Notes Summer 2002 W.D. Little Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Victoria1PrefaceThese lecture notes complement the material covered in the textbook and the la
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CENG 440 ProjectMay 2002 WDLThis writeup describes the new CENG 440 design and implementation project. This project complements the lecture material of CENG 290 and CENG 440. The project is normally carried out during four 3 hour lab sessions and
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CENG 440MID-TERM #1June 2001Questions of equal value. No aids. 50 minutes If you think anything is ambiguous, state a consistent assumption and continue. 1. With a PC based logic analyzer such as the Borge Logic Analyzer what information must b
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CENG 440MID-TERM #2July 2001Questions of equal value. No aids. 50 minutes 1. In the following state diagram the state values shown are values of the state variables A, B, C and D respectively. If C is the output of a JK flip-flop, give an equat
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CENG 440, page 1UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Course CENG 440 Digital Design: II FINAL EXAMINATION Instructor: Dr. W. D. Little Date: Time: Place: August 10, 2001 1900-2200 CLE C112This examination consi
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CENG 440Assignment #11.How many full adders are required to add 9 8-bit numbers using carry save adders? Use the equation for the value of a 2s complement number to show that the negative of the value is obtained by logically complementing the
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CENG 440 ASSIGNMENT 21.An RS flip flop is built with 2 cross coupled NAND gates. If the gates are modeled as perfect gates with a 5 ns delay is the flip flop stable when a R and an S are simultaneously deasserted? Answer question 1 when one gate
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CENG 440 ASSIGNMENT 31. 2. 3. 4. 5.Problem 9.4 of text. Problem 9.5 of text. Problem 9.7 of text. Problem 9.13 of text Use the state diagram of Figure Ex9.16 on page 493 of text a. b. Design a circuit using JK flip-flops and the tabular method. D
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CENG 440 ASSIGNMENT 41. 2. 3. 4. 5.Problem 12.4 of text. Problem 12.5 of text. Problem 12.7 of text. Problem 12.8 of text Problem 12.9 of text
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CENG 440 ASSIGNMENT 5The simple pipelined computer discussed in class executes the instruction sequence LD a neg value ST BN X ST ADXDraw a timing diagram showing the signals clock, LD, ST, BN, AD, Ldpipe, STpipe, BNpipe, Adpipe, stall, incPC,
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CENG 355 LAB PROJECT The CENG 355 Lab project is to be carried out in groups of two during four 3 hour scheduled lab periods. The following details pertain to the project. 1. 2. The project will use the 68HC11 evaluation boards and equipment containe
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Assignment 1CENG 355Write a routine using the instructions AD A,B,C and BN a,B of the very simple computer discussed in class that attempts to calculate the difference, X - Y, between 2 8bit 2's complement numbers. Your routine should first use a
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Assignment 2CENG 355The propagation delays of the flip-flops, multiplexors, decoders, memories, adders and gates used in the very simple 2-instruction computer that was discussed in class are 10ns. The setup time for the flip-flops is 5 ns. How f
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Assignment #3CENG 3551. An SCI receiver (not necessarily an HC11 CSI receiver) samples the input at16 times the bit rate of the transmitter. The protocol has 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit. 3 samples are normally taken in the middle of e
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Assignment #5 SolutionsCENG 3551. An SCI receiver (not necessarily an HC11 CSI receiver) samples the input at 16 times the bit rate of the receiver. The protocol has 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit. 3 samples are normally taken in the mid
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Assignment 4CENG 3551. A 3 operand add instruction uses the addressing mode M[M[R]+offset] for each operand. The op-code and offset are each 2 bytes, the machine has 256 registers and all addresses and data are 64 bits. How many bytes must be rea
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Assignment 4 SolutionsCENG 3551. Assume the instruction reads two operands from memory and writes one operand to memory (like a 3 operand add instruction). Therefore the following reads and writes are required: read of the instruction read of 3 i
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Assignment #5CENG 3551. The time to access a byte from a cache is 20ns. The time to access a byte from the memory is 100ns. A write back policy is used. The line size is 64 bytes. The hit ratio is .998. What is the effective access time of the ca
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COURSE PLANCourse No. and Title: CENG 290 DIGITAL DESIGN: IInstructor : W. LittleOffice Hours: Tue 1 to 2:30 or when door open Time: 1 till 2 Location: EOW 443Term/Year: Summer 2002Lectures: Days: TWF Time: 10:30 to 11:30 Location: ELL 168
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CENG 290 Digital Design I Course OutlineApril 2002CENG 290 is the first course in digital design. The course has three 50 minute lectures sessions per week and eight 3 hour lab sessions during the term. Throughout the course, independent thinking
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Computer Engineering 290 Digital Design: I Lecture Notes Summer 2002 W.D. Little Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Victoria1PrefaceThese lecture notes complement the material covered in the textbook and the lab book fo
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University of Victoria Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringCENG 290 Digital Design I Lab ManualINDEX Introduction to the labs Lab1: Digital Instrumentation Lab2: Basic Digital Components and Circuits Lab3: Gate Characteristics Lab4: C
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ASSIGNMENT 1CENG 290Generate a truth table for the following logic functions using an EXCEL spreadsheet.e = /a f = e.b g = c.d h=f+g The independent variables are a,b,c, and d. Use only the Boolean operators of EXCEL (no if statements). Use EXC
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CENG 290Problem Set #21. A black box has 2 inputs and 1 output. If digital input signals are applied to the box according to the following table, the output will be the digital signal shown in the table. input1 L L H H input2 L H L H output L L L
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CENG 290Problem Set #31. Five inverters are connected in a loop. Tplh is 5 nsec and Tphl is 4 nsec for each inverter. What is the oscillating frequency and duty cycle of the signals in the loop? 2. Two 2-input NAND gates are connected in a loop.
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CENG 290Problem Set #41. Draw the output waveforms of a NAND implemented RS latch which is initially reset when the following inputs are applied rs2. Design using next state tables and excitation tables a D flip flop that uses a JK flip flop
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CENG 2901.Problem Set #5Generate the state diagram for the following sequential circuit.xD S Q C R QDEV2zDEV1 S J Q C KR Q2. Consider the following state diagram. Encode each state with 2 state variables, A and B. (Beware of implied se
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CENG 290 1. 2. 3. 4.Assignment #6Use steering logic and transmission gates to realize y=/a/b/c+/a/bc+ab/c+a/b/c Use steering logic and transmission gates to realize y=(a+/b)c Use steering logic and transmission gates to realize y= xor(a,b) Calcul
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