Boys’ High School and St. John’s Prep School, Brooklyn, New York and Flushing High School, Flushing, New York
June 22, 1902 – 1926, April 9, 1932 – 1938 and June 22, 2002 – 2004
1. Very Rev. Percy Tom (not Thomas) Edrop. CL 1904. [School Reporter to The New York Journal ] Founder. Grand Princeps. Exalted Chapter from April 24, 1926. Brother of # 3. Was originally a journalist, editor of The New York Journal American and The New York Tribune. Became Episcopalian minister. Chairman of the General Synod of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Dean of Christ Church Cathedral. Widely-known as one of the first radio evangelists. During World War I, was Managing Editor of the predecessor publication to Stars and Stripes. Author. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume V.
2. Walter Charles Dohm. CL 1904. Founder. Chairman of the Executive Council. Grand Princeps. Exalted Chapter from April 2, 1932. Printing executive. Partner Norman, Dohm and O’Flaherty. President National Association of Electrotypers and Stereotypers. Organizer, Port Washington Yacht Club.
3. Arthur Norman Edrop. CL 1904. Founder. Grand Secretary, Grand Princeps. Exalted Chapter from April 2, 1932. Pratt Institute. Adelphi College. Brooklyn Art School. Commercial artist and illustrator of books and magazines. Created the Michelin Tire Man. Nationally known illustrator for major circulation magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post. Editorial Staff of TV Guide. Art Directors Club. President, Wayne Art Center. Chairman, Wayne Committee for Civic Progress. Brother of # 1. Who’s Who in the East. Who’s Who in American Art.
4. Robert White Lockhart. Died at Lummeden, Saskatchewan, Canada.
5. Thomas Edward Rowe.
6. Leander Forman Gale. [Glee Club] Later expelled from the fraternity.
7. George Buchanan Wetherel.
8. Theodore Rice Smith. CL 1906. [Manager Handball, Treasurer Athletic Association] Sigma Chi at Dartmouth College. Brother of # 75.
9. Arthur Raymond Wilson. [Captain Baseball, Football, Tennis, Captain Basketball, Debate] Grand Recorder.
10. Alfred Roberts Miles. CL 1904. [Basketball] Princeton University. Lawyer. Legal Aid Society.
11. William Latta Wray. [Track]
12. William Harvey Kornahrens. [Debate]
13. Stanley Silleck Smith. [Treasurer Athletic Association, Vice President Dramatics]
14. Carleton Ward Bonfils. Transferred from Beta Chapter.
15. Donald Schermerhorn. CL 6/1904. Grand Treasurer (4 years). Harris, Winthrop and Company. Chase-Manhattan Bank.
16. Frederick Charles Hitch. CL 1905. [Glee Club] Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. VP, Royal Baking Powder Company.
17. Dwight Holmes Ellis. CL 1907. Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Harvard University. Stock Broker, D. H. Ellis Co. Brother of # 66.
18. Dr. Frederick Oscar (Doc) Kraemer Jr. Chairman of the Executive Council. Grand Princeps (3 years). Exalted Chapter from April 24, 1926. Psi Omega at University of Pennsylvania. Dentist. Secretary, Second District Dental Society of New York.
19. Charles Watkins Johnston. Chairman of the Executive Council. Cornell.
20. Douglas Griesmer. [Debate] Grand Recorder. Princeton University. Staff, The Brooklyn Citizen, Brooklyn Daily Times. National Officer, American National Red Cross.
21. John Collins (Jack) Hennessy. CL 1906. [Football, Baseball, All-Scholastic Football, Basketball, Electrical Club, Secretary Athletic Association] Grand Secretary. Psi Upsilon at Brown University. Prominent engineer responsible for construction of a number of New York City subway lines. Referee in professional and collegiate baseball and football.
22. William Stephen (Billy) O’Connell Jr. CL 1906. [Baseball, Football, All-Scholastic Football, Captain Basketball, President Athletic Association] Grand Secretary. Grand Princeps (2 years). Exalted Chapter from April 23, 1927. Brown University, Columbia University. Lawyer. Brother of # 52. Cousin of # 29.
23. Dr. Walter Harold (Doc) Kerby. CL 1906. [Debate] Chairman of the Executive Council. Grand Princeps (2 terms). Phi Delta at Long Island University. Doctor of Medicine.
24. Harold Davidson Halstead. CL 1907. [Captain Football, All-Scholastic Football] Chairman of the Executive Council. Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. Brother of Gamma # 29. Father of Gamma # 276.
25. William Augustus Henshaw. [Track, Sketch Club, Treasurer Athletic Association] Grand Vice Princeps. Phi Gamma Delta at Trinity College. Brother of # 26.
26. Arthur Barto Henshaw. CL 1907. [Captain Football, All-Scholastic Football] Phi Gamma Delta at Trinity College. Captain of Trinity football as a sophomore. Insurance broker. Brother of # 25.
27. Charles Augustus Reynolds. CL 6/1906. [Captain Football] Stock broker, S. B. Chapin and Company, Colgate Parker and Company, W. A. Harriman and Company, F. S. Moseley Company. VP, Blair and Co., Inc.; Executive VP, General Outdoor Advertising; Business Manager and Chairman of the Board, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VIII.
28. Luther Reed McKee.
29. John James (Jack) O’Connell Jr. CL 1905. [Baseball] Columbia University. Brooklyn Law School. Lawyer. General Counsel, Third Avenue Transit Corporation.
30. Valentine Terry Ketcham Jr. [Electrical Club, Swimming]
31. Elwood Spencer Smith. CL 6/1906. [Newspaper] U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis.
32. Ralph Hayford Tiebout Jr. [Football] Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Alpha Delta Phi at Union College.
33. Harold Mead.
34. William Wallace (Wally) Vandewater Jr. Phi Kappa Psi at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
35. Edward Joseph O’Leary. CL 1907. [Baseball] Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. Somerset Importers. Schenley Imports. Brother of # 71.
36. Walter H. Kraft. Phi Kappa Psi at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and Dartmouth College.
37. Frederick Boughton Keppy. CL 6/1907. Beta Theta Pi at Yale University.
38. Carl Frobose Graesser. Stevens Institute of Technology.
39. Edward Knopf. [Baseball]
40. (Claudius) Francis Beatty Sr. CL 6/1908. [Football, Dramatics] Phi Delta Theta at Amherst College. Chairman, Socony Paint Products. Vice President and Director, Mobil Oil Corporation. United States Delegate to the World Labor Organization, 1948. National Industrial Conference Board. Chairman, Pawling Nature Preserve. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VII.
41. Harry E. Thompson. ?-03/02/1906-?.
42. Norman Arthur Deiser. CL 6/1907. [Honors] Columbia.
43. Raymond Winship Bristol. CL 2/1908. [Newspaper, Secretary Athletic Association, Manager Lacrosse, Baseball, Tennis, Football] Yale. Exec. VP Hogan Labs; Director, Radio Inventions Inc.; Executive VP, Facsimile Inc.; President, R. W. Bristol Inc.; Inventor. Brother of # 61.
44. Harry Joseph.
45. Walter E. Turner. Grand Treasurer (5 years). Printer.
46. Marion Sims Connelly. CL 6/1907. Princeton University. President, Skyway Luggage; VP Buxton Leather; President, Luggage and Leather Goods Manufacturers Association.
47. Mark Leslie Hull. Father of Alpha Lambda #2 and 27.
48. Robert F. Kederick.
49. Leslie H. Groser. CL 6/1908. [Newspaper, Medalist Oratorical Contest] Cornell. Army Lieutenant. Killed in Action in France, WW I. Gold Star.
50. Samuel A. Coykendall Jr. CL 2/1908. [Yearbook, Newspaper] New York University.
51. Lynn D. Stiles. CL 2/1908. [Class Vice President, Manager Soccer] Brother of # 170.
52. Edward Joseph O’Connell. CL 1902. [Basketball] Initiated as alumnus. Columbia University. Teacher and coach. Brother of # 22. Cousin of # 29.
53. Elliot R. Bessey.
54. Lewis Braislin Pitcher. CL 1909. Poly Prep. [Championship Football, Championship Basketball, Swimming, Track, Leadership Club, Yearbook, Baseball] Cornell University.
55. Harold H. Skidmore. Grand Historian.
56. Harold Griffith Van Riper. CL 2/1911. [Baseball, Football, Track, Cross-Country, Swimming, water polo] Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. ME, Thayer School of Engineering. Lieutenant, Artillery, WW I. Chief Design Engineer, Pennsylvania Department of Highways. Engineer, Modjeski and Masters. President, Engineering Society of Pennsylvania. National Academy of Sciences.
57. John Falmon Geery. Insurance broker. Secretary-Treasurer, American Art Association.
58. Edwin Allen McKrell. [Track] Cornell University.
59. Earl Stafford.
60. Edward J. Gormley. CL 1911. (Officer Dramatics] Died while still in high school.
61. Kenneth Hull Bristol. [Baseball] Yale University. Lt. Col. WW I & WW II. Investment banker. Brother of # 43.
62. Walter Crane Hathaway. CL 2/1910. [Class Officer, Basketball, Baseball] Williams College.
63. Alfred Francis Troy. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
64. Gustavus Charles Weber Jr. Insurance broker.
65. Franklin Peers Wild. Printer.
66. Gordon Meredith Ellis. Harvard University. Brother of # 17.
67. William Alfred Fash.
68. John George Torborg Jr. [Football]
69. James Mason Harvey.
70. George Edwin Taylor. CL 6/1909. New York University.
71. Dr. Paul Arthur (Paddy) O’Leary. CL 6/1909. [President Athletic Association, Track, Football, Manager Football, Dramatics] Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. L. I. Medical College. Sigma Xi. Alpha Kappa Alpha. Doctor of Medicine. Dermatologist. Chief of Dermatology and President of the Staff of the Mayo Clinic. Expert on Venereal Diseases. National Advisory Health Council. Secretary-General, Tenth International Congress on Dermatology. Brother of # 35. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume III.
72. Frederick Richmond Crowell Jr. CL 6/1908. [Basketball] Cornell University.
73. William Henry Hamilton Jr. Cl 6/1909. [Track, Baseball, Pleides, German Club] New York University. New York University Law School. First Aero Squadron, WW I. Member, Hoover Commission on European Relief. VP, Guaranty Trust Company President, Travelers Aid Society. Trustee, New York University. Director, Woodyard Publications and American Catalin Corporation.
74. Leopold Harrison Cayard.
75. Bert Rice Smith. Delta Kappa Epsilon at Columbia University. Brother of # 8. Died in WW I. Gold Star.
76. Dr. Charles Kenneth Gavin. CL 6/1911. [Glee Club, Manager Football, Captain Basketball, Vice President Athletic Association] Psi Omega at University of Pennsylvania. Dentist.
77. Clarence Martin Ernst. CL 2/1911. [Captain Rifle, Glee Club, Dramatics, Class Officer, Aero Club, Speaking Club] Pratt Institute. Realtor. President, Brooklyn Real Estate Board. Director, New York State Association of Real Estate Boards. Recipient of first Alumni Medal of Pratt Institute. Chairman, Pratt Alumni Advisory Board.
78. Harold D. Loskamp. CL 2/1911. [Captain Basketball, Glee Club, Debate]
79. John Bradford Anderson. CL 6/1912. [Sigma Chi Senior Society, Dramatics, Civics Club, Cheer Leader, Rifle Team] Delta Kappa Epsilon at New York University.
80. Lowell Green Masterson. CL 6/1913 [Glee Club, Medal in Tennis, Assistant Manager Baseball] Green Manufacturing Company.
81. Harold Neilan Bick. CL 2/1913. [Math Club, Lacrosse, Soccer, Honor Society] Cornell University.
82. Horatio Harper Farrington. CL 2/1913. [Captain Baseball, Soccer, Vice President Honor Society]
83. William Albert Rudd Jr. Grand Recorder (2 years). Exalted Chapter from May 13, 1961. Green Manufacturing Company.
84. Ira David Strasser. CL 6/1912. [President Dramatics, Officer Civics Club, Sigma Chi Senior Society, Vice President Athletic Association, Captain Tennis, Baseball, Football All-Scholastic Football] Philadelphia Textile School.
85. John X. (Jack) Carey.
86. Robert F. Edwards.
87. James A. Brown Tuthill.
88. Perry E. Brown.
89. Herbert J. (Burt) Buchan. CL 6/1915. [Football, Lacrosse, French Club, Captain Soccer, Assistant Manager Baseball, President Athletic Association]
90. John C. Taber. [Football Baseball]
91. Lloyd Irwin Volckening. CL 6/1914. [Secretary Mandolin Club, Rifle Team, Secetary-Treasurer Gun Club] Ensign, USN, WW I. Phi Delta Theta at Columbia University. President Ivers-Lee Company. Vice President, New York Board of Trade.
92. Dr. Russell Hills Iler. CL 6/1916. [Soccer, Lacrosse, Room Captain, Honor Society] Cornell University. Doctor of Medicine. Pediatrician.
93. Donald H. Thurston.
94. Chester H. Sanders.
95. Elmer Perlie Resseguie. CL 6/1916. [Soccer, Lacrosse, Captain Cadet Corps, Gun Club, Orchestra] Columbia University.
96. Frank E. Morgan.
97. Louis O. Edwards.
98. William B. Roche. [Football, Lacrosse]
99. Joseph P. McKinney. [Soccer, Captain Tennis, Manager Track] Transferred to New Utrecht High School 1915. Transferred to Mu Chapter. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. Corporal. Died of Wounds in France during WW I. Twice decorated personally by General Pershing. Gold Star.
100. Herbert D. W. Lentilhon.
101. John J. Hines. [Lacrosse, Assistant Manager Lacrosse]
102. Leo A. Sanders.
103. Manuel Lowell Camps Jr. Transferred to Gamma April 12, 1917. Grand Secretary. Beta Theta Pi at Colgate University. General Agent, John Hancock Life Insurance Company. Chairman, General Agents and Managers Conference of National Association of Life Underwriters. Trustee, Colgate University.
104. John Irving Brooks Jr. CL 6/ 1916. [Lacrosse] Transferred from Delta. Beta Theta Pi at Hamilton College. Brother of # 114.
105. Thomas D. Hokensen. CL 6/1916. [Soccer, Lacrosse, Tennis, Freshman Advisor] Cornell University. Deceased in France, WW I. Gold Star.
106. Allyn Sherman. [Swimming, Soccer] Rutgers University.
107. *Benjamin A. Powell Jr. [Rifle Team, Assistant Manager Basketball]
108. Edwin T. Daisley. [Football, Lacrosse, Wrestling, Hashslingers Club]
109. Harold Simon Nager. CL 2/1916. U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis.
110. Neville F. Simmons. CL 6/1916 [Baseball, French Club, Water Color Club] Pratt Institute.
111. *Henry John Benisch. CL 6/1916. [Orchestra, Secretary and Vice President German Playgoers Society, President and Secretary Math Club, Honor Society, Hashslingers Club, Secretary Statisticians Club] Theta Xi at Cornell University. U. S. Army, WW I. U. S. Geological Survey. Benisch Brothers of Brooklyn, monuments. Chairman, Big Brother Movement of Greater New York. Charter Director, Big Brothers and Sisters of America. Official, YMCA of New York. National Board of the YMCA for 35 years. Trustee, Industrial Home for the Blind. Chairman National Tournament Committee, Westside Tennis Club (The U. S. Open). Chairman America’s Grand Slam Tennis Tournament. President, Westside Tennis Club. President, Eastern Lawn Tennis Association. ELTA Hall of Fame. Brother of # 128. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.
112. Frederick Cortez Turner Jr.
113. *Fr. Cyril Francis Meyer. [Lacrosse, Dramatics] St. Josephs University, Ph.D. Professor, Dean, Graduate School Dean, VP, Academic VP, Vice Chairman of the Board, St. Johns University. President, College/University Department, Natl. Catholic Education Assn. President, New York Academy of Public Education. Vincentian Order, Provincial Director of Education. Executive Director Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, 1952-1954. Who’s Who in America. American Catholic Who’s Who.
114. Rev. Seth Rogers Brooks. CL 1918. Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. Doctor of Divinity. Trustee of St. Lawrence University. General Commission on Army and Navy Chaplains, WW II. Minister, Universalist-Unitarian National Memorial Church, Washington, DC. National church leader. National Secretary, National President, Beta Theta Pi National Fraternity. Awarded Gold Medal of National Interfraternity Council. Won George Washington Freedoms Foundation Medal. Author. Brother of # 104/Delta # 82. Who’s Who in America.
115. Franklin Emerson Everson. [Lacrosse, Glee Club] SUNY Farmingdale.
116. Laurence G. McGahan Jr. Grand Recorder. Grand Vice Princeps. Brother of Upsilon # 6. Commercial Casualty Insurance Company.
117. *Walter O’Rourke. Brooklyn Prep.
118. Arthur J. Lynch. Brooklyn Prep.
119. *Stanley Bishop.
120. *John Howard Peto.
121. *Ferdinand Selgas.
122. Charles Conklin Crissey Jr. CL 1919. [Lacrosse] Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
123. Chauncey Goodrich.
124. William (Bill) Goodrich. U. S. Field Artillery, WW I.
125. C. Homer Flynn.
126. Viggo Frode Edward Rambusch. CL 1918. [Football, Lacrosse] Columbia University. Catholic University. Rambusch Decorating Company. “Dean of American Church Architects.” Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. American Catholic Who’s Who.
127. Edward C. (Eddie) Bunn. ?-10/05/1917-?. CL 2/1921 [Captain Football, Captain Lacrosse, Manager Lacrosse, Hockey, Secretary and Vice President Athletic Association, Track, ‘Best Athlete’]
128. Charles Edward (Charlie) Benisch. CL 6/1920. [Lacrosse, Manager Lacrosse, Manager Lunch Room] Brother of # 111. Theta Xi at Cornell University. Partner, Benisch Brothers, monuments. President, North Hempstead Country Club. Treasurer, Nassau County Council of Churches.
129. *Frederick Alexander Schutte. ? CL 1918. Princeton University.
130. Herbert Alexander Vance. Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. LHD Degree. New York University. U. S. Navy, WW II. General Manager, New York Office, Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation. Founder and Chairman of the Board, Vance Publishing Corporation. Trustee, Lincoln College. Governor, The Art Institute of Chicago and The Shedd Aquarium. Director Hartford Plaza Bank. Who’s Who in the Midwest. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.
131. Gerrit C. Van Heusden.
132. *Richard Grimes. CL 6/1920. Expelled January 10, 1919.
133. Sheldon C. Downes.
134. William Whittemore.
135. Howard J. (Howie) Frank. CL 6/1922 [Captain Swimming, Track, Rifle, Hockey, Lacrosse, Debate, Art Society, Roosevelt Society, Drawing Medal, Drawing Team] Grand Historian (2 years). Grand Secretary. New York University. Brother of # 141.
136. (Frederick) Eugene Graessle. Lehigh University.
137. Arthur Gorman.
138. Ralph Perry Williams. Republic Well Supply Company.
139. Dewitt B. Pentz. Stock broker. Governor, New York Curb Exchange (American Stock Exchange).
140. E. Kenneth Walter. Transferred to Marquand School, September 1919. Delta Tau Delta at Lehigh University.
141. Lewis Frank. Brother of # 135.
142. Boine Erickson. [Manager Football]
143. Cornelius C. (Neal) Fiske.?. Left school to join U. S. Navy in WW I, then deserted to join U. S. Marine Corps in France where he was cited for bravery in action.
144. Frederick Henry Rohlfs. CL 1922. Phi Kappa Psi at Brown University. St. Lawrence University. Brooklyn Law School. Attorney, Alger, Andrew and Rohlfs. President Crescent Belt Fastener Company. Secretary, Charles T. Bainbridge’s Sons. President Sunnyside Properties. President New Netherland Fund. Counsel, Willoughby Houses Settlement and Neighborhouse Playhouse School of Theatre. Chairman, Brooklyn Central YMCA. Secretary, YMCA of Greater New York. Trustee, Brown University. YMCA Man of the Year 1958. Transferred to Xi Chapter. Who’s Who in America.
145. George Slockbaur. Transferred to Gamma Chapter, then to Chi.
146. George A. (Pete) Wiggins.
147. Frederick V. Hajenga.
148. *—– Goodrich.
149. Jack T. Graff.
150. Frederick Zrike. [Lieutenant and Captain Service Club] Brother of # 157 and # 160.
151. Edward Ach.
152. (Charles) Wesley Meytrott. [Football, Track, Swimming] Phi Sigma Kappa at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Florida Power Company. Ohio Electric Power Company. Vice President for Sales and Customer Relations, Consolidated Edison. Trustee, East New York Savings Bank. Member then President of Board, Methodist Hospital of Brooklyn, 1957-1979. Chairman of Board, Downstate Medical Center. Chairman, United Hospital Fund. President, Brooklyn Cancer Committee. Director, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. President, Adelphi Academy. Chairman. Brooklyn Chapter, American Red Cross. Trustee, Abraham and Strauss Foundation. National Council of Christians and Jews. Chairman, Brooklyn Council, Boy Scouts of America. President, Medical Centers Association, Inc. James H. McGraw Award for Electrical Engineers. George Ingraham Seney Award. Who’s Who in the East. Who’s Who in America.
153. John J. Conklin. [Football]
154. Henry F. Hintze.
155. Edward P. (Ned) Mylod. CL 1924. Transferred to Mu Chapter April 20, 1923. University of Pennsylvania.
156. Wesley Sanders.
157. (Antoine) Alfred Zrike. Brother of # 150 and # 160. Electronics Sales.
158. Ambrose Gannon.
159. Edward Maurice deCastro. Georgetown University. Harvard Law School. Lawyer.
160. Richard Zrike. Brother of # 150 and # 157.
161. Jeffrey Winant Clapp. Delta Kappa Epsilon at Colgate University. Vice President and Director, Schenley Distillers Corporation. Vice President, National Distillers’ Products Corporation. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. Who’s Who in America.
162. Thomas Maguire.
163. Floyd G. Kirkham.
164. Harold Tice.
165. Charles Blum.
166. Howard Sanders.
167. Rogers B. Johnston.
168. Kenneth Meytrott.
169. (Frank) Newton Miller. Union College. Manager, New York Telephone. Treasurer, Mohawk Trail High School, Charlemont Falls, Massachusetts. Founder and Treasurer, Mohawk Trail Concert Series.
170. Gilbert C. H. Stiles. Brother of # 51.
171. *Walter H. Daub. [Football, Track, Swimming]
172. *—– Nettage. [Football, Track, Swimming]
173. Edward R. J. Downing. CL 1/1933. [Hockey, Rifle, Manager Rifle, Swimming, Tennis, Lunchroom Staff, Class Treasurer, Manager Wrestling] College of William and Mary. New York Law School. Attorney, U. S. Justice Department, Section on Admiralty and Shipping Law.
174. Ralph G. Black. [Hockey, Door Guard]
175. Albert E. Burns.
176. Robert H. Dunlop. CL 6/1932. [Hockey] University of Virginia. Brother of # 184.
177. Frank Michael Farinelli. Sigma Nu at University of Pennsylvania.
178. Herbert Lees. Insurance Institute. Marine Insurance Underwriter.
179. Robert Livingston Longyear Jr. Pharmacist.
180. Edward J. Rogowski. 07/27/1913-01/09/1932-?.
181. Kenneth W. Cartwright.
182. Edgar D. Kelley. CL 1/1933. [Arista, Football, Grade Advisor] Dartmouth College.
183. Jack A. Glancy. CL 1933.
184. John Bayne Dunlap. CL 1933. Brother of # 176.
185. Allan Bullard Surpless. CL 1932.
186. Harold V. Poppiti. CL 1933.
187. Thomas W. Hamlen,. CL 1933. Son of Xi #6.
188. John Ellis Donnelly. CL 1/1933. [Football, Captain Hockey, Secretary Athletic Association]
189. Paul Joseph Donnelly Jr. CL 1933.
190. Basil B. Gray. CL 1934.
191. Frederick R. (Fred) Droste. CL 1/1935. [Captain Swimming] Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.
192. Robert Erneste.
193. *Earl Neighbor.
194. *Arthur Oakes.
195. *Robert Dalton.
196. Townsend Keeler.
197. *James Loftus.
198. *Charles O’Donnell.
199. Robert Carr Jr.
200. Charles Oehrig. CL 1/1936. [Orchestra, Grade Advisor] City College of New York.
201. Lawrence Tierney. Manhattan College. National Championship Cross-Country, New York Athletic Club. Legendary Hollywood “Tough Guy” actor. Played title role in “Dillinger.” Acted in more than 30 movies.
202. *John Butterly.
203. *John Calhoun.
204. *Alfred Holler.
205. *Joseph Moore.
206. *Joseph Kelly.
207. *William Kearns.
208. William N. Enstrom. Honorary Member. U. S. Navy, WW I. Irving Trust Company: Vice President, 1919-1940; First VP, 1940-42; President, 1942-49; Chairman of the Board, 1949-57. Director, Canada Dry Beverages. Director, Warner Lambert Pharmaceuticals. Member, Council on Foreign Relations. Honorary Degree, Hamilton College. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who Volume III.
209. Ricardo Anthony (Ricky) Nedd. CL 2002. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter. [Salutatorian, “Best of Brooklyn” Student Achievement, NYC Public Advocate’s Award for Outstanding Achievement, District Attorney’s Citation of Honor Award, Chancellor’s Roll of Honor, Honors, Oratory Award, Soccer, Basketball, Student Government] Brooklyn College.
210. John Jack Paul. CL 2002. [Honors, Art Club] Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter.
211. Fritzner Regis Jr. CL 2002. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter. [Honors, UFT Recognition Medal, Soccer] York University.
212. Curtis Tenderly Trim. CL 2002. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter. [Chancellor’s Roll of Honor, Oratory Award, Honors] Brooklyn College.
213. Kyronn Kurt Cordner. CL 2004. [Basketball] Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter.
214. Ted David Anthony (Terry) Allen. CL 2003. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter.
215. Charles Edward Rose. CL 2003. [Valedictorian, Outreach] Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter.
216. Thomas Elias Baskin-Bey. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter. St. Johns University. Principal Street Academy.
217. Anyanwu Nnamdi Tito. CL 2003. [Valedictorian, Best of Brooklyn Award, Minerva Prize, Chancellor’s Roll of Honor, Oratory Award, UFT Recognition Medal, Posse Foundation College Full Scholarship] Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter. Engineering Student, Lafayette College.
218. *Joanes Legiste. CL 2002. [Valedictorian, UFT Honors in Science and Music, Minerva Award, Chancellor’s Roll of Honor, Computer Club] City College of New York. University of Maryland.
219. *Joshua York. CL 2003. Charter Member, Revived Alpha Chapter.
220. *Arthur William Mapp. CL 2003. [Basketball, Softball, NYC Public Advocate’s Award for Outstanding Achievement, District Attorney’s Citation of Honor Award, UFT Recognition Medal, Wingate Memorial Medal for Athletics, Chancellor’s Roll of Honor]
221. *Mark Diva Sussooon (Blackchyny) Walford. CL 2004. [Soccer, Basketball]
222. Kris Garylee Hemsley. CL 2003.
223. Stephen Johnson. CL 2005.
224. Michael Thomas. CL 2005.
225. Trenton Davis CL 2006.
226. Robert Campbell. CL 2005.
227.Bertrand Buthcher. CL 2006.
228. Keron Marvin Simon. CL 2002. [Honors]
229. Kevil Anthony Small. CL 2003.
230. Clinton James Manigault. CL 2004.
231. Kisheen Tcuve Simmond. CL 2002.
232. Carlton Terrell Smith. CL 2004.
233. Terrell Cory Charles. CL 2005.
234. Marcus Lucas. CL 2005.
235. Joseph I. Dallas Jr. CL 1952. Senior Guidance Counselor, Street Academy.
236. John-Ross Wayne Beckford. CL 2004.
237. Douglas Grannum Purvis. CL 2003.
238. Mark Jonathan Paul.
239. Isaiah Blackburn.
240. Osmond Gibson.
241. Isaiah Robertson.