Morris High School, Evander Childs High School, DeWitt Clinton High School, James Monroe High School, Theodore Roosevelt High School, George Washington High School and Christopher Columbus High School, The Bronx, New York; Berkeley Irving Prep School and the McBurney School, New York City, New York; Saunders High School and Lincoln High School, Yonkers, New York
October 14, 1904 – 1965
1. Alexander Faickney Osborn. Morris HS. [Football] Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Sigma Phi at Hamilton College. MA from Princeton University. First Cavalry, New York National Guard, WW I. Reporter, Buffalo Times.Reporter, Buffalo Express. Manager, E. P. Remington Advertising Company. Founding Partner, Executive Vice President, Vice Chairman and Chairman in BBD&O (Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn) advertising agency. Vice President and Director, National Council of Community Chests. National Red Feather Award. Lecturer, Author. Founder, Creative Education Foundation. Early friend of famed author and literary critic Alexander Woollcott. Director, Marine-Midland Trust Company. Director, Western Savings Bank. Director, Wildroot Company. Vice Chairman, National Inventors Council. President, Creative Education Foundation. Trustee, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy Trustee, Buffalo General Hospital. Coined phrase “brain-storm.” Trustee, Hamilton College. Trustee and Vice-Chairman of the Board, University of Buffalo. Holder of several patents on advertising display devices. Author of How to Think Up, Wake Up Your Mind, Applied Imagination, The Goldmine Between Your Ears, Short Course in Advertising, How to Become More Creative, six books on advertising and on creativity. Brother of # 32. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume IV.
2. Jeremiah Allyn Starr. CL 1905. Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Theta Delta Chi at City College of New York. Lt. Commander, U. S. Navy. Captain of U. S. S. Seneca and U. S. S. Asushnet.
3. Francis Bonner Hull. CL 6/1905. Morris HS [Assistant Editor Yearbook, Secretary Athletic Association, Oratory Contest, Class Secretary, Executive Committee Alumni Association] Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Convention Chairman (2 years). Grand Historian. Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Princeps. Delta Chi at New York University. Lawyer. Real estate appraiser, broker and developer. Vice President, Albert B. Ashforth, Inc.
4. John Sylvester Routh. Morris HS [Captain Football, Vice President Athletic Association, Treasurer Acorn Literary Society] Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Executive Council Chairman. President, Routh Coal Company. Chairman, Routh Coal Export Company. Director, N. Y. Central and Union Pacific Railroads. Director, American Coal Shipping Company. Director, A. I. Bull Steamship Company. President, Pittston Corporation. President, Coal Exporters Association of the United States. Brother of # 48. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VIII.
5. Cyril J. Carroll. Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Cooper Union. Civil engineer with New York City.
6. Count Waldemar Howard DiGrassi-Savoie. [Football] Charter Member of Delta Chapter. Theta Delta Chi at Columbia University. Captain, U. S. Army Air Corps, WW I. President, Transamerica Wine Corporation. President, Institute of Wine and Spirit Distributors.
7. Alexander Campbell Wiley. Morris HS [Baseball, President Irving Literary Society] New York University. Delta Psi at Harvard University. Publisher. Percival K. Frowert advertising company.
8. Matthew Cahill. Morris HS. [Baseball] New York City Fire Prevention Bureau.
9. George W. Paulsen. CL 6/1907. Morris HS [Class President, President Student Government, Manager Track, Executive Committee Athletic Association] Kappa Sigma at University of Massachusetts. Masters Degree from Columbia University. Principal, Quincy High School, Quincy, Massachusetts.
10. Russell L. Lucas. Morris HS. [Football, Basketball] U. S. Navy.
11. William B. Betzig. Sanitary Engineer, New York City.
12. George Rhodes Casey. Morris HS. New York Law School. Lawyer.
13. Francis T. O’Day. CL 1908. [Football, Track] Civil engineer. Brother of # 18 and # 30.
14. Jeremiah Schott. Morris HS. Real Estate Broker.
15. Wilbur A. Bennett. CL 6/1907. Morris HS. [Class Vice President, Dramatics, Vice President Athletic Association, Manager Football] Cornell University. Electrical Engineer.
16. Joseph Jackson Jr. Morris HS. [Football, Track, Crew, Baseball] Real Estate business. Lieutenant, Army Air Corps, WW I.
17. Albert Louis Reid. Morris HS. [Baseball] College of St. Laurent. Printer. Founded A. L. Reid Printing Co. in 1912.
18. Raymond A. O’Day. Morris HS. [Football, Baseball, Basketball, Student Government] Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Treasurer. Fordham University. A. Tyne O’Day and Son, importers and exporters. Brother of # 13 and # 30. Brother in law of # 45.
19. Robert (Bobby) Cloughen. Morris HS. [Football, Baseball, Basketball, Treasurer Athletic Association] Olympic Track Team 1908, Silver Medal 220 meters. NYAC Track Champion, 1907. IAAC Track Champion, 1908. AAU Track Champion 1908. Fordham University. New York University. Savage School of Physical Education. Track coach at University of Vermont. Teacher and Track coach at Erasmus Hall High School, 1926-1930. Died while training for an Olympic come-back. Son of # 20.
20. John Cloughen. Honorary Member. Owner, Plumbing Company. Owner, Rockaway White Sand Company. Manhattan Borough President. New York City Commissioner of Public Works. Father of # 19.
21. Melville Boyd Sr. President, Boyd and Boyd Insurance Adjusters.
22. Thomas Darmody. Morris HS. [Student Government, Color Guard, Captain Football] Lieutenant, U S. Army Engineer Corps, WW I. Engineer in charge, U. S. Navy Yard, Philadelphia.
23. Stuart S. McNair. Morris HS. [Captain Football, Track, Treasurer Athletic Association, Glee Club, Student Government] University of California at Berkeley. Mining Engineer. Lieutenant, U S. Army, WW I. Brother of # 25.
24. Stanley King Bennett. Sigma Delta at Clarkson Institute of Technology. Actor. Comedian with the George White Scandals.
25. John Gordon Crawford McNair. Sales Representative, National Lead Company. Brother of # 23.
26. Charles L. (Bugs) O’Neill. Morris HS [Football] Automobile sales.
27. Richard Flynn. Morris HS [Student Government, Football] Bacteriologist, Borden’s Milk Company.
28. Charles A. Walsh Jr. Morris HS. [Football, Student Government] Sanitary Engineer, Croke Heating Co. Sergeant, U. S. Army, WW I.
29. Edward Ahneman. Morris HS. [Captain Football, Basketball, Student Government] Zeta Psi at New York University. Manager, American Sign Company. Brother of # 44.
30. William D. O’Day. Morris HS. [Football, Track] A. Tyne O’Day and Son, importers and exporters. Brother of # 13 and # 18.
31. Charles S. Trimmer. CL 1908. Morris HS. New York University Law School. Journalist, New York Evening Mail. Professional fund raiser.
32. Kenneth Grove Osborn. Morris HS. [Student Government] Zeta Psi at New York University and NYU Law School. Lawyer, Crowell and Osborn. Ensign, U. S. Navy in WW I. Ran for New York City Council in 1941. Brother of # 1.
33. Bertram McP. O’Kerrse. CL 1/1910. Morris HS. [Class President, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Track, Debate, Student Government, Librarian History Club] New York Telephone Company.
34. William Mitchell. Morris HS. Wireless Operator, Boston and Albany Railroad.
35. William L. Tindall. Morris HS. [Captain Soccer] City College of New York. Purchasing agent, Chevrolet Motor Car Company.
36. Earl S. Huntley. CL 6/1911. Morris HS. [Football] Zeta Psi at New York University. Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WWI. Brother of # 39 and # 81.
37. John R. Casey.
38. Carl Herbert Paulsen. Morris HS [Student Government] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Middlebury College. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Real estate developer. Captain, U. S. Navy. Chief of Maintenance, Allied European Invasion Fleet, WW II.
39. Paul C. Huntley. Morris HS. [Captain Basketball] New York University. American Die and Tool Company. Brother of # 36 and # 81.
40. Virgil Peluso.
41. Paul Friendrichs. Morris HS. Columbia University and New York University. Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WW I.
42 William J. Carroll Jr. Morris HS. Initiated as alumnus. Assistant Manager, Splitdorf Electrical Company. Packard Motor Car Company.
43. William G. Zeller. CL 1911. Morris HS. [Basketball, Soccer, Manager Soccer, Student Government] New York University. Fordham Medical College of Dentistry and Oral Surgery. U. S Army, WWI.
44. Charles Ahneman. Morris HS. Brother of # 29.
45. Dr. Louis C. LeRoy III. Morris HS. Biltmore Forestry School. Psi Omega at New York Dental College. Brother in law of # 18.
46. David Sanford Cutler. CL 6/1911. Morris HS. [Service Club] Alpha Delta Phi at Amherst College. 1st Lieutenant in American Expeditionary Force, WW I. National Sales Manager, Gum and Coated Paper Company of Nashua, New Hampshire.
47. John Ferguson. Morris HS. New York Teachers College.
48. Joseph Phelan Routh. Morris HS. [Student Government] Amherst College. Maryland State University. Cornell University. First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, WW I. President, Chairman of the Board, Pittston Company, U. S. Trucking Corporation and Baker and Williams. President, Sheridan-Wyoming Coal Company. Director, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Director, Marine Midland Bank. Brother of # 4. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume X.
49. Walter Herman Stromeyer. Morris HS. Art Students League of New York. Naval Aviator, WW I.
50. John T. Phelps. Morris HS Delta Tau Delta at Stevens Institute. General Electric Company. Brother of # 52.
51. Allan Newroth. Zeta Psi at New York University. Textile business.
52. Samuel Bixby Phelps. Morris HS. Cornell University. U. S Army Air Corps, WW I. Brother of # 50.
53. Vernone Grey.
54. Louis Shields. Morris HS. U S. Navy, WW I.
55. Paul Howard Plough. CL 6/1913. Morris HS. [Assistant Editor Yearbook, Football, Student Government, Service Club, Regents Scholar] Delta Upsilon at Amherst College. President, Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WW I. Blakeley Laundry Company. Director, Childrens’ Home Society of New Jersey. President, Capitol Savings and Loan Association.
56. John C. Kelleher. Morris HS [Football] Phi Gamma Delta at New York University.
57. Gouverneur (Harp) Kelly. Morris HS. Zeta Psi at New York University. YMCA Ambulance Driver in France, WW I.
58. Edward Gerding. Morris HS [Football, Track] Ambulance Driver, WW I.
59. Thomas F. Galway. Corporal, U. S. Army. Killed in action, WW I. Gold Star.
60. Robert Wilson. Morris HS. Cornell University. Brother of # 65 and # 95.
61. Theodore Ivimey. CL 6/1913. Morris HS. [Regents Scholar] Delta Upsilon at Amherst College. Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WW I.
62. Thomas Vincent Gargan. Morris HS. Pawling HS. [Football] Rutgers University, New York University. Championship of the East Football Team.
63. Ralph I. Williams. Republic Well Supply Company.
64. John Thulman. CL 1913. Morris HS. Delta Tau Delta at Columbia University. Lost at sea 1914.
65. Allan Wilson. Morris HS. U. S Army, WW I. Brother of # 60 and # 95.
66. Walter Foster Brady. Morris HS. [President Aero Club] Grand Vice Princeps, Grand Princeps. Exalted Chapter from April 11, 1931. Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation: Secretary, 1930-42; Executive VP, 1942-48; President, 1948-58; Chairman of the Board, 1958-74. Director, Washington General Insurance Company. Trustee, Iona College. Who’s Who in America.
67. Norman Van Zandt Meany. CL 6/1916. Morris HS. [Baseball, Track, Tennis] Phi Gamma Delta at Columbia University. Engineering Department, New York Central Rail Road. Secretary, Northport Lumber Corporation.
68. Ralph G. Murray.
69. Frank G. Meehan. Evander Childs HS. [Baseball] U. S. Army, WW I.
70. Theodore Coutant Paton. Evander Childs HS. [Manager Baseball] Delta Upsilon at Hamilton College. Art Instructor, Roosevelt High School. Cartoonist and animator. Originator of “Tom and Jerry.”
71. Harold Olin Wilson. Evander Childs HS. [Assistant Manager Baseball, Track] Psi Omega Fraternity at Tufts University.
72. Howard Gercken. Evander Childs HS. U. S. Army, WW I.
73. Arthur L. Singer. U. S. Army, WW I.
74. Spencer Mannion. Evander Childs HS. U. S. Naval Aviation, WW I.
75. Edward P. (Ed) Brennan. [Class Treasurer] Zeta Psi at New York University. U. S. Navy, WW I.
76. Arthur (Pete) Woudine. Evander Childs HS [Basketball] U. S. Army, WW I.
77. John Aloysius Jones. [Manager Baseball, Manager Basketball] U. S. Army, WW I.
78. Williamson Peterson.
79. Herbert Alfred Griffin. Villanova University.
80. Carlton Bogart. Morris HS. [Secretary-Treasurer, Vice President Aero Club, Yearbook] U. S. Navy.
81. Ralph M. Huntley. Brother of # 36 and # 39.
82. John Irving (Jack) Brooks Jr. Transferred to Alpha Chapter. Beta Theta Pi at Hamilton College and St. Lawrence University. Banker, Chase-Manhattan Bank. Brother of Alpha # 114.
83. Max Carruth.
84. Robert Williamson.
85. James Arthur Carroll Sr. Theta Delta Chi. Fordham University Law School. Assistant District Attorney, Bronx County. Knights of Columbus.
86. Edwin Aloysius Meyer. Alpha Delta Phi at Columbia University.
87. Frank Armstrong.
88. Alfred Teare. U. S. Navy. Fireman.
89. William James McCracken. U. S. Army.
90. Theodore E. Nash. Transferred from Pi Chapter.
91. James Marion Spagnoli. Convention Chairman. Grand Historian. Grand Recorder (2 years). Grand Secretary. Grand Princeps (2 years). Exalted Chapter from April 24, 1926. St. Stephens College. Vice President, Boyd, Weir and Sewell, Inc. Brother-in Law of # 120/Zeta II # 1.
92. Elmer Hubbard.
93. George Pioselli. New York Military Academy. McGrane and Murphy Clothiers. Brother of # 115.
94. John Welch.
95. Kenneth Wilson. Brother of # 60 and # 65.
96. John C. Brennan. Zeta Psi at New York University.
97. John Joseph Harkins.
98. William Smith.
99. *William Schneider Jr. William Schneider Jewelers.
100. Edward Harris Janes.
101. Barton R. Gebhardt. Columbia University.
102. Emory B. Bronte Jr. U. S. Navy, WW I. Pilot, U. S. Navy WW II. Supercargo, Isthmian Line. Master (Captain), McCormick Steamship Line. Pacific Coast Representative, Inland Waterways Corporation. Tidewater Associated Oil Company. Brewer Company, Honolulu. Distinguished Flying Cross. Author, “Practical Navigation.” Navigator on first transpacific flight from Oakland California (on City of Oakland) to Hawaii on July 15, 1927.
103. Carlton D. McIntyre.
104. John H. Surridge Jr.
105. Harold Herbert Dugan. Pi Kappa Alpha at Cornell University.
106. Daniel Maples.
107. Paul E. Forsman. World-champion ice skater.
108. J. Dudley King.
109. Charles Russell O’Brien. Dartmouth College. Seventh Regiment, NYNG.
110. Walter S. Torrence.
111. Roland Caddick.
112. William Gargan..
113. Clark Twelvetrees. Actor.
114. Colin Campbell.
115. Walter Pioselli. Brother of # 93.
116. Howard Raynor. Phi Gamma Delta at New York University.
117. Dewitt Rae.
118. Arthur B. Quencer. CL 1/1924. Dropped from chapter June 1, 1923.
119. Dr. Edwin Joseph Foley. Phi Gamma Delta at Syracuse University. Doctor of Medicine.
120. Robert V. Schultz. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter. Brother-in-Law of # 91.
121. Charles A. Petty.
122. Henry Meehan. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter. New York University.
123. Joseph C. Scheve Jr.
124. Jerome Duross.
125. Robert Lancaster Long. Sales.
126. William Meyer. Brother of # 131.
127. Leonard Burt.
128. Matthias Zock. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter.
129. Harry F. Standish. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter. Brother of Zeta II # 9.
130. Gilday Woodman. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter.
131. Norton Wilde. Evander Childs HS. [President Student Government, President Evander Club]
132. Robert Meyer. Brother of # 125.
133. Herman E. Hillenbach. Transferred from Omicron Chapter. New York University. Lawyer.
134. Richard K. Strite.
135. Joseph J. Marrin. Transferred to Zeta II Chapter. Fordham University.
136. William Curry Treanor. Evander Childs HS. [Football, Class President, Evander Club, Honor Society, “Did Most for Class”] Dartmouth College. St. John’s Law School. Lawyer.
137. Richard Kohres.
138. M. Finch Columbia University.
139. William (Bill) Wehrman. Evander Childs HS. [Football, Chairman Dramatics, “Best Athlete in School”]
140. Thomas (Tommy) Kerrigan. CL 1926. Evander Childs HS. [Football, Crew] Columbia University. St. John’s University Law School. Lawyer. Brother of # 158, # 175 and # 236.
141. Gerald T. (Jerry) Glynn. Evander Childs HS. [Treasurer Evander Club] Brother of # 174.
142. Wilbur J. Connors. CL 1926. DeWitt Clinton HS. [Track]
143. John N. (Jack) MacInnes. Evander Childs HS. Germantown (Penn.) HS. [Vice President Evander Club, Football, Newspaper, Captain Supply Club]
144. James (Jim) Buck.
145. (John) Edwin Mattox. McBurney [Football] Transferred to Alpha Xi Chapter. Brother of # 149. National Committee, United Youth for Defense. Political Advisor to the Mayor of San Francisco, California.
146. Thomas Martin. Evander Childs HS. CL 1926. [Class Officer, Cross Country]
147. Kenneth Paige.
148. Richard (Hack) Haviland. Hackensack HS. [Football]
149. Tilden Mattox. George Washington HS [Skating] Brother of # 145. Owner, Tilden’s Sporting Goods. Chairman, School Board, Planning Commission, Parking Commission, Manhattan Beach, California.
150. Philips Purcell. Evander Childs HS [Evander Club]
151. James F. Reynolds. Evander Childs HS. [Captain Football] Fordham University. Lawyer. Brother of # 193.
152. Arthur Duryea Cree Jr. Evander Childs HS [Cross-Country] Grand Historian. New York University. Office Equipment Salesman.
153. Harry J. Horn.
154. Dr. Nicholas Joseph (Nick) Honich. Evander Childs HS. [Football, Vice President Evander Club] Fordham University. St. Louis University Medical School. ‘Country Doctor’. Chief of Staff, DePaul Hospital.
155. * Sandkam.
156. *William Goll. World champion swimmer.
157. * Hansen. CL 1929. Evander Childs HS. McBurney Prep. [Class President, Football]
158. *Arthur Kerrigan. Roosevelt HS. [Football] Brother of # 140, # 175 and # 236.
159. * Wells. McBurney School. [Manager Football]
160. John Regan.
161. Walter W. Barnwell. Brother of # 176
162. George W. Parker.
163. Alfred Keck. CL 1926. Brother of # 173.
164. Thomas Richard Clemons.
165. William H. Geer.
166. Paul R. Hill. McBurney Prep. [Football, President Athletic Association]
167. *John S. Danforth. CL 1927. Evander Childs HS. [President Athletic Association, Class President]
168. *Edmond (Ed) O’Beirne. Evander Childs HS. [Football]
169. * Cox. McBurney School. [Football]
170. Maurice J. McCarthy Jr. Evander Childs HS. CL 6/1928. [Captain Football, Basketball, Baseball, Class President] Fordham University, Fordham Law School. Lawyer. Member, New York City Council, 1948-1959. Chairman of Finance Committee of NYC Council. Commissioner, New York State Charter Revision
171. Walter G. Kapp. Transferred to Rho Chapter.
172. J(ames) Donald Clune. Evander Childs HS. CL 1928. [Baseball] Grand Historian. New York University, Syracuse University. Supervisor, Group Insurance, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. National Championship Crew, 1935. NYAC Hall of Fame. Huckleberry Indians. President New York City Rowing Association. Originator and Regatta Director, Empire State Games. International and Olympic rowing official and judge.
173. George Keck. Evander Childs HS. [Baseball] Brother of # 163.
174. George Glynn. Roosevelt HS. [Captain Football] Brother of # 141.
175. Gerard C. Kerrigan. Evander Childs HS. [Football] Kingsley School. Zeta Psi at Columbia University. Brother of # 140, # 158 and # 236.
176. Stanley Barnwell. Evander Childs HS. Roosevelt HS [Golf] Brother of # 161.
177. John L. (Jack) Tyler. McBurney Prep. [Swimming]
178. George Kyle. Evander Childs H. S. [Football]
179. Louis LaBissioniere. Evander Childs HS. [Football]
180. Jack Hoyt.
181. *Lewis Williams.
182. William N. Graf Jr. Evander Childs HS. U. S. Army Air Corps, WW II, writer, First Motion Picture Unit. Vice President, Columbia Pictures International. Starting in 1952, he was in charge of production on all of Columbia’s ‘foreign’ films. Among other films, he produced the Academy award films ‘The Bridge on the River Kwai,’ ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ ‘A Man for all Seasons,’ and ‘Born Free.’ His other films included ‘The Guns of Navarone,’ ‘Lord Jim,’ ‘The End of the Game’ and ‘The African Elephant.’
183. Hugh Caldwell. McBurney Prep. [Captain Football]
184. * Trampel.
185. * Graham.
186. * Lang.
187. *James McCarthy. Evander Childs HS. Fordham University. Brother of # 170.
188. *Raymond (Ray) Kelly. Evander Childs HS.
189. Vincent McCarthy. Evander Childs HS. [Captain Football] Manhattan College. Ruppert’s Brewery. NYAC.
190. Kiernan (Dick) McMahon.
191. James Stewart. McBurney Prep. [Captain Football] Transferred to Alpha Xi Chapter.
192. Liecester Meade Munzinger II. Evander Childs HS. Columbia University. ConEdison.
193. Wesley Reynolds. Evander Childs HS. Fordham University. Lawyer. Brother of # 151.
194. * Junker.
195. Arthur E. Mooney Jr. Evander Childs HS.
196. Edward F. Wittmer. Transferred to Alpha Xi Chapter. Bucknell University.
197. John P. (Jack) Crane. Evander Childs HS. Manhattan College.
198. Bernard Tierney. Brother of # 200.
199. John Thompson.
200. Robert Tierney. Brother of # 198.
201. William Twomey.
202. *A. Martin.
203. *W. Smith.
204. Innocent Benjamin Briganti. Evander Childs HS. Brother of # 205 and # 209.
205. Theodore Briganti. Evander Childs HS. Brother of # 204 and # 299.
206. Eugene Shelvey.
207. *Joseph Hayes.
208. * Bernard (Bernie) Gerdes. Evander Childs HS. [Football]
209. *Robert Briganti. Brother of # 204 and # 205.
210. *John Clancy. Fordham University. New York City Fire Department.
211. *Edward (Eddie) Deacy.
212. *James Gorman. Fordham University.
213. *John Halligan.
214. Joseph J. Rathgeb Jr. CL 1934. Evander Childs HS. [Football]
215. *Edward J. Hoyt.
216. *Charles R. Bennett.
217. Edward J. Kingston Jr. CL 1935. Brother of # 221 and # 260.
218. William Allard Duzet. CL 1935.
219. *James Moore.
220. Harold Cordes..
221. William B. Kingston. Brother of # 217 and # 260.
222. *B. Halligan. ?-05/12/1933-?.
223. *J. Reilly.
224. *Edward Reilly.
225. *Jack Cashman.
226. *G. Magneson.
227. *P. Farran.
228. *Francis McManus.
229. *James (Jimmy) Crane. Evander Childs HS. [Football]
230. Ralph Kenneth Hall. CL 1934.
231. *Thomas Burke.
232. *William Loberman.
233. Thomas Arthur (TB) Brann. CL 1/1937. Clinton HS. [Cross Country, Chemistry, Art Squad] Grand Secretary (3 years). First Grand Vice Princeps.
234. *Ray Carey.
235. *Robert Fischer. Deceased in action, WW II. Gold Star.
236. *John Kerrigan. Brother of # 140, # 158 and # 175.
237. *Carl Darwyn Rabsey. CL 6/1938 Evander Childs HS [Dramatics, Newspaper]
238. *Donald John Smith.
239. *Paul Elliot Smith.
240. William O. Crawford. CL 1938.
241. John Dixon McGlohon. CL 1939. Dun and Bradstreet.
242. Ignazio (Nat) Boscarelli. CL 6/1938. Evander Childs HS. New York University.
243. Ralph A. Budde. CL 6/1938. Evander Childs HS. [Captain Traffic Squad, Student Government, Service League] Bucknell University.
244. John Henry Christie. CL 1939. Clinton HS. Grand Historian. Grand Secretary (2 years). New York University. Marketing Manager, Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc.
245. George F. Scheuerman. CL 1935. Initiated as alumnus.
246. Robert Everett Lee. CL 1939. Grand Historian (5 years). Commercial Artist.
247. Leonard F. Bamburg (Bruce Rickard). CL 1939.
248. Charles W. Holly Jr. CL 1939.
249. Herbert F. Rothfuss. CL 1940.
250. William Udall. CL 1939.
251. Albert Holzheimer (Holt). CL 1939. Convention Chairman.
252. John Francis McGorty. CL 1938. Initiated as an alumnus. Convention Chairman.
253. Robert Errico. CL 1939.
254. John J. Menzie. CL 1939.
255. Robert Kroepke.
256. *Arthur Beresford.
257. *Joseph Mahoney.
258. *James M. Ross.
259. Edward Martin Kasmedor (Gregery). [Football, All New York City Football] Captain, New York City Police department.
260. Jack Kingston. Brother of # 217 and # 221.
261. Joseph Morreale.
262. Thomas Lynady. Postmaster, Yarmouth, Massachusetts.
263. William Corbett.
264. George Mergner.
265. Rudy Perez.
266. John Grover Sauer. Dewitt Clinton HS. Actor under stage name John Dennis. Major role in “From Here to Eternity.”
267. John Maurice Crenson. CL 1943. College Professor, Baltimore, Maryland.
268. Alfred P. Franklin. CL 1943.
269. Edward Nielsen. CL 1943.
270. Frank Scalenghe. CL 1943. Evander Childs HS.
271. *W. Foster Quevedo.
272. *Hal Schroer.
273. *Robert Donaldson.
274. *Peter H. Gilmartin. DeWitt Clinton HS. Third Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Princeps.
275. *Robert Gilson.
276. *Gerald (Jerry) Kelleher.
277. *Joseph Valpato. New York City Police Department.
278. *John Petti.
279 *Phillip D’Antoni. Fordham University. U. S. Army. Mail Room to Head of Research, CBS, Inc. Executive Vice President, Mutual Broadcasting System. President, D’Antoni/Weitz Television Productions. Film producer. Won an Academy Award (Oscar) for The French Connection. Who’s Who in America.
280. *Fred Paul. 101st Airborne, U S. Army, WW II. Silver Star, three Bronze Stars.
281. *James Cuchinell. Third Grand Vice Princeps.
282. *John McKenna.
283. *Richard Pruss. Initiated as alumnus.
284. *James J. Mullen Jr.
285. *Buddy O’Shea. Detective, New York City Police Department.
286. Anthony J. Federico. CL 1947.
287. Bernard Brady. CL 1946. Fourth Grand Vice Princeps.
288. Walter Cieslin. Fourth Grand Vice Princeps.
289. *B. Brady.
290. *John Errico.
291. John S. Rennie. CL 1947.
292. Robert Knox. CL 1947.
293. Ralph Thomas Sturmes. CL 1947.
294. Michael Alfred Enrico. CL 1948.
295. *Frederick Del Favero.
296. *Eddie (Ed) Mantini.
297. Joseph Meade. CL 1948.
298. Gerard Manley. CL 1948.
299. Salvatore Xifo. CL 1948. Third Grand Vice Princeps.
300. Thomas Joseph Carton. CL 1948.
301. * Amarina.
302. * Manzi.
303. *Arthur Thomas.
304. Joseph Mennona.
305. *Frank Bastone.
306. *Louis Calorusso.
307. *Louis Carrozza. First Grand Vice Princeps.
308. *Sal Ferdico.
309. *Angelo Ferraro. Fourth Grand Vice Princeps.
310. * Florio.
311. *Joseph Vito Mazzaraco. CL 1/1949. Evander Childs HS. U. S. Army. Carpenter.
312. *Armand Nardi.
313. *Eros Rapini.
314. Vincent L. Percopo.
315. Vincent Salerno.
316. Edward Engert.
317. James McDermott.
318. *Vincent Perez. Fourth Grand Vice Princeps.
319. Richard Perez.
320. Ralph J. Di Fillippo.
321. Frank DiNardo. Fourth Grand Vice Princeps.
322. *Joseph F. Carnasale.
323. *Joseph Cascione.
324. Vincent D’Agnillo. CL 1953. Evander Childs HS.
325. Joseph Vitale. CL 1953.
326. Joseph D’Emilio. CL 1952.
327. Robert George Jeffrey Jr. CL 1952. Pace University. New York University. Comptroller, Union Camp Corporation. Senior Vice President, Rudco Industries. Director The Corby Group. CPA, R. G. Jeffrey Partners. Wayne Board of Education. Who’s Who in America.
328. Arthur Reitano. CL 1952.
329. Nicholas (Nick) Cascione. CL 1954.
330. Anthony Pastore. CL 1955.
331. Robert DeSimone. CL 1955.
332. Michael Armetta. CL 1955.
333. Henri Lafayette Baxter. CL 1955. Evander Childs HS. Westchester Community College. U. S. Navy. Police Officer, Groton, Connecticut. State of Connecticut Marine Patrol.
334. Robert Retcho. CL 1954.
335. James Corona. CL 1956.
336. George J. Lombardi. CL 1956.
337. James McCleary. CL 1956.
338. Anthony Sorace. CL 1956.
339. Peter V. Lentini.
340. Anthony DeFilippo. CL 1960. Lincoln HS.
341. Vincent DePaul Eletto. CL 1960. Lincoln HS. County Trust Company. Operating Supervisor, Consolidated Edison Company.
342. Frank Dalberri. CL 1960. Brother of # 358.
343. Philip Pizziola. CL 1960.
344. Vance Jordan. CL 1960. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Gallery Director. Art Dealer. Owner Vance Jordan Fine Art. Who’s Who in American Art. Who’s Who in America.
345. Anthony DeMeo. CL 1960.
346. Victor F. (Frank) Kania Jr. CL 1961.
347. James Margro. CL 1962.
348. Steve Petilli. CL 1961.
349. Anthony Licata. CL 1961.
350. Michael Salvatore.
351. Edward (Ed) Rapetti. CL 1962.
352. Carl A. Pezzino. CL 1962.
353. Joseph Mongarella. CL 1961.
354. Ralph Bernardi.
355. Frank Massa Jr. CL 1963.
356. Kenneth Andrew Trank. CL 1965. Lincoln HS. [Football, Student Government, Archery, Prom Committee, Yearbook, Service Club] Northern Michigan University. MA, Lehman College. Special Education Teacher, Yonkers Schools. Soccer Referee, Youth Soccer, High School soccer, U. S. Soccer Federation.
357. James Giannico. CL 1961. Lincoln HS.
358. Frederick M. A. Dalberri. Brother of # 342.
359. Robert DiBenedetto.
360. Lenny LaMagna.
361. Robert Vincent La Penta. CL 1963 Lincoln HS. Iona College. CPA. Senior Accountant, Deloitte, Haskins and Sells. Senior Vice President and Controller, Loral Corporation. Vice President, Lockheed Martin. Founder and President, L-3 Communications Corporation (military communications). Trustee Iota College. Trustee, The American College of Greece. Director, Travel Video Systems, Inc. Director, Core Software Technologies. Student Union at Iona College is named for Brother LaPenta. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. Who’s Who in America.
362. *John Zazarella. ?-?-?.