|Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, New York
October 13, 1903 – 1938
1. Waldo Kaufman Roese. CL 1907. [Dramatics, Debate, Track] Initiated into Omega as “Member at Large.” Charter Member of Gamma Chapter. Died while in high school. Brother of # 20.
2. Raymond May (Ray) Gunnison. Brooklyn Latin School. Charter Member of Gamma Chapter. Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. Staff Member, New York World. Captain U. S. Army, WW I. Secretary, Vice President and Publisher, The Brooklyn Eagle. President, then Chairman of the Board, Reuben H. Donnelly, publishers. Life Trustee, St. Lawrence University. Nephew of # 11. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volumes V and VIII.
3. John Knox Eden. CL 1907. [Football, Rifle Club] Charter Member of Gamma Chapter.
4. Louis Fernandez Criado Jr. [Football, Secretary Football Organization] Charter Member of Gamma Chapter.
5. Roger McCormick Scott. Charter Member of Gamma Chapter.
6. Harold George Rogers. CL 6/1907. [Track, Student Government, Secretary Dramatics Society, Debate] Charter Member of Gamma Chapter. Grand Recorder. Brother of # 35.
7. Carleton Burwell Beckwith. CL 6/1907. [Debate, Football, Glee Club, Mandolin Club, Rifle Club] Charter Member of Gamma Chapter. Grand Secretary (2 years). Phi Delta Theta at Amherst College. Principal, Bristol (Connecticut) Evening Schools. Brother of # 25.
8. Frank Adison Rexford. Honorary Member. Faculty Advisor, 1903-1910. Sherburne HS. SUNY, Oneonta. SUNY, Brockport. New York University. Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Science Teacher at Erasmus Hall High School, 1901-1917. Chairman, Biology Department, 1901-1907. Football Coach. Honorary President Erasmus Student Government. Director, New York State Boys’ Working Reserve, WW I. Chairman, NYC Junior Red Cross. Trustee, George Junior Republic. Executive Director, Cooperation in Government. Supervisor of Civics, New York City Public Schools. Educational Director, Museum of the City of New York. Author of five books. Who Was Who Among North American Authors. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume I.
9. George Aldrich Call.
10. Ernest B. Hothorn Jr. Left Erasmus to study in Germany. Wall Street Banker.
11. Dr. Walter Balfour Gunnison. Westbrook Seminary. Honorary Member. Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. Ph.D. Professor, St. Lawrence University. Educator and Lawyer. Elected as President of St. Lawrence University; declined election. Principal, PS 19, 1886-1896. Assistant Superintendent of New York City Schools. First Principal of Erasmus Hall High School after it became part of the city schools. New York State Examinations Board. Regent, State University of New York. Chairman, New York State Teachers’ Association. President, Brooklyn Teachers’ Association. Organizer of Arista, predecessor to the National Honor Society. President, Schoolmasters’ Club. President New York State Teachers’ Association. President, University Club of Brooklyn. Director, Bank of Flatbush. Treasurer, Brooklyn Law School. Trustee of St. Lawrence University. Author of several textbooks. Uncle of # 2. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume I.
12. (Leo) Francis (Frank) Thorne. CL 1908. [Football, Track, Hockey]
13. (John) Carroll Kennedy. [Football]
14. Stanton Overton Mott. CL 6/1907. [Track, Relay Team, Secretary-Treasurer Fencing Club, Mandolin Club, Rifle Club] Cornell University. Chairman and co-founder, Walden-Mott, publishers. Business Manager, Printing Magazine. 32nd Degree Mason. Secretary-Treasurer, Long Island (Southold) Archaeological Association. Trustee, Eastern Long Island Hospital.
15. George S. Yale Jr. [Track] Grand Princeps.
16. (James) Irving Crump Sr. [Track] Columbia University. Brooklyn Editor, New York American. Editor, Edison Monthly, Pictorial Review, Boys Life (1918-1952). Author or editor of 50 books (mostly boys’ adventure). Creator and script writer of radio serial: Jack Armstrong, The All-American Boy. Oradell, New Jersey, Board of Education (28 years). President Oradell Library Board of Trustees (40 years). New wing of Oradell Library is named for Brother Crump. Freedoms Foundation Medal. Who Was Who Among North American Authors. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VII. Brother of # 47.
17. (Frederick) Dudley Kohler. CL 6/1907. [Football, Track, Captain Hockey, President Dramatics Society] Convention Chairman. Grand Vice Princeps. City College of New York. Dartmouth College. Yale University. Columbia University. Lawyer. Counsel, Russian-American Transatlantic Corporation.
18. William Augustus (Billy) O’Shaughnessy. CL 1/1907. [Football, Hockey, Track, Basketball, Class President, Chairman School Alumni Reception Committee] New York University.
19. John (Jack) Kopke. CL 6/1905. [Track, Football, Student Government, Glee Club] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Middlebury College. Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis.
20. Harry Howard Roese. CL 1/1910. [Basketball, Track, Dramatics, Secretary Interfraternity Congress, Debate, Student Government, Chief Cheerleader, Author of Erasmus Hall!, “Class Sport”] Brother of # 1.
21. William Lee Halleck. CL 1909. [Football, Track] Brother of # 76.
22. Charles Augustus Lloyd (Charley) Stephens. ?-Before [Art Editor Erasmian, Debate, Student Government, Cheerleader] Artist.
23. Albert E. Korber Jr. CL 6/1908. [Track, Captain U. S. Championship Relays, Football, All-Scholastic Football, Hockey, President Student Government, Debate] Cornell University. Brother of # 37.
24. Louis (Lou) Mahnken. CL 6/1907. [Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, Class Orator] Columbia University. Beta Theta Pi at University of Pennsylvania. Architect.
25. Kenneth Burwell Beckwith. CL 1909. [Captain Basketball, Baseball, Poster Contest] Phi Delta Theta at Amherst College. Brother of # 7.
26. John Lanch? (Jack) Sibley. CL 6/1907. [Captain Baseball, All-Scholastic Baseball, Track, Vice President, President Student Government, Porgy Athletic Club] Professional Baseball in Pacific League.
27. Clifford Gould Chamberlain. ?-06/081906-?. CL 1904. [Baseball]
28. Norton Dubois. CL 1910.
29. Stephen Clarence Halstead Jr. [Basketball] Executive Council Chairman. Convention Chairman (2 years). Grand Secretary (3 years). Grand Treasurer. Grand Princeps (2 Years). Exalted Chapter from April 23, 1927. First Cavalry, WW I. Brother of Alpha # 24. Uncle of # 276.
30. Karl Henry Ludwig Leibold. CL 6/1908. [Football, Junior Prom Committee] Alpha Delta Phi at Wesleyan University. Insurance Business.
31. Walter A. Ronbach. [Swimming, Basketball, Lacrosse, Dramatics] U. S. Army, WW I.
32. Walter Ernst Rupprecht. CL 1909. [Baseball] Yale University. Food company official.
33. Louis Schlichting Jr. CL 6/1907. [Captain Football, Class Prophet, Class Officer, Glee Club, President Student Government, “Wittiest in Class”] Beta Theta Pi at Columbia University.
34. Tristan Antell. CL 1/1909. [Valedictorian, Class Orator] Delta Upsilon at Cornell University. First Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WW I. General Partner, Hornblower and Weeks, stockbrokers. Director, Lehigh Valley Railroad.National Secretary and Assistant National Treasurer, Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
35. Hugh S. Rogers. CL 1908. [Football, Track] Brother of # 6.
36. Charles Saitta. CL 1909. [Cross-Country, Track, Lacrosse, Rifle] Owner automobile dealership.
37. Herbert W. (Doc) Korber. Brother of # 23. Pratt Institute.
38. Harold DeMoya. CL 1911 [Captain Baseball, Football] Restaurant Manager.
39. (John) Francis (Frank) Chaplain. CL 6/1909.
40. Fred Waldemar Moe Jr. CL 6/1910. [President Student Government, Orchestra, Junior Prom Chairman, Dramatics, Track, Arbor Day, “Class Sport”] Polytechnic Institute. Western Union. Secretary, Ramp Buildings Corporation.
41. (Gilbert) Holman (Homie) Evans. CL 6/1913. [Charter Member of Honor Society, Captain Basketball, Debate] Beta Theta Pi at University of Pennsylvania. Sigma Xi.
42. Fred Henry Johnson Jr. CL 1/1912. [Honor Society] Northern Assurance Company.
43. Howard Tompkins.
44. Harold Hunton. CL 1910. [Football, All-Scholastic Football, Chairman Junior Prom]
45. Emerson C. Love. Brother of # 115.
46. Hays Gamble. CL 1911. [Captain Football for two seasons, All-Scholastic Football, Captain Relay, Dramatics, Student Government, Swimming, Captain Track] Gimbels Department Store.
47. (William) Leslie (Lester) Crump. [Basketball, Track, Swimming, Glee Club, Cheer Leader] Pratt Institute. Art Students League. Ecole Julien in Paris. Prominent Commercial Artist. Author of Directing for the Amateur Stage and several children’s books. Brother of # 16. Who’s Who in American Art. Who Was Who in American Art.
48. Dakin Bennett Ferris Sr. [Glee Club]
49. Stephen W. Pratt.
50. Joseph Kissam Inness. CL 6/1912. [Captain Baseball, Student Government] Phi Sigma Kappa at Cornell University Law School. Phi Delta Phi. Admiralty Lawyer.
51. Walter Sherman Knowlson. Honorary Member. Faculty Advisor, 1911-11/26/1914. Hamilton College. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. MA. Principal, Union Schools, Poughkeepsie High School, Saratoga High School, 1889-1905, Faculty Member, Erasmus Hall High School, 1910-1936. Chairman, History Department. Coach Baseball. Regularly voted “Beau Brummel” of the Erasmus Faculty.
52. Henry I. Ingersoll. CL 1910. [Swimming, Track, Glee Club] Cornell University. Phi Kappa Psi at Dartmouth College. Company K, 107th Infantry, 27th Division. Died in France. Gold Star.
53. John B. Charlock. Brother of #
54. Fred C. Eggers. U. S. Cavalry, WW I.
55. Walter C. Brennen. CL 1912. Vacuum Oil Company.
56. Lewis C. Pounds. CL 6/1914. [Tennis, Class Reporter] Psi Upsilon at Dartmouth College. American Ambulance Corps, Army Air Corps, WW I. CPA.
57. William A. Marden. CL 6/1914. NYU Law School. Lawyer, Marden and Marden.
58. James B. (Jimmy) Olsen. CL 6/1915. [Captain Football, All-Scholastic Football, President Student Government, Honor Society, Track, Relay Team, Newspaper, Class President, Dramatics, Debate, Baseball, Tennis, Basketball] Rutgers Prep. Alumni Athletic Committee of Brooklyn High Schools.
59. Benjamin Knowles Jr. Dartmouth College. Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, WW I.
60. Harry Leyser. [Football, All-Scholastic Football] Adelphi Academy. Lieutenant, U. S. Army, WW I.
61. Lowell (Larry) McCutcheon. CL 6/1915. [Dramatics, French Club, “Handsomest in Class”] Psi Upsilon at Dartmouth College. Lt. JG, USN, WW I. Mgr., Direct Factory Sales, Frigidaire Division, General Motors.
62. Charles H. (Charlie) Bond.
63. Ralph Henkel. City College of New York.
64. Benjamin Thomas Butterworth Jr. CL 1/1915. Dartmouth College. US Army Air Corps in WW I. Christian Science Lay Reader.
65. J. E. Bristol. ?-?-?.
66. Walter (Mike) Plam. CL 6/1915. [Track] Maryland Agricultural College.
67. Edward Hanlon.
68. Walter Rasmussen. ? [Basketball, Football] U. S. Navy, WW I.
69. Julian St. Charles Shackno. [Basketball, Dramatics] U. S. Naval Aviator, WW I. Manager, New York Branch, Stroud and Company, bankers.
70. Albert Edward (Al) Hearn. CL 1/1916. [Captain Track, Relay Team, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, All-Scholastic Soccer, Class Officer, Newspaper, Dramatics, “Class Athlete” President Student Government] U. S. Signal Corps, WW I.
71. Willard Bergen.
72. (William) Lemoine Stephens. CL 1/1915. [Honor Society] City College of New York.
73. Harold Wesley Thatcher Jr. CL 6/1914. [Honor Society] Columbia University.
74. Walter C. Crocco Sr. CL 6/1914. [Football] Cornell University. U. S. Navy, WW I. Vice President, Story and Kelly-Smith, newspaper representatives.
75. Richard Wesley (Dick) Charlock. CL 6/1916. [Track, Football, Dramatics] Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. Brother of #
76. Benjamin Buell (Ben) Halleck. [Track] Advertising School. Abraham and Straus. Royal Flying Corps, WW I.Brother of # 21.
77. Wesley H. Washburn.
78. Milton Robison. Bordentown (NJ) High School.
79. Acheson D. Keeler. [Hockey] Real Estate Sales. Brother of # 109.
80. Frederick J. (Fred) MacDonald. Polytechnic Institute.
81. William Wallace Brooke. CL 6/1914.
82. Malcolm (Burt) Tuttle. CL 1915. [Basketball] Colgate University.
83. Donald Mackey.
84. Lester A. Cryan.
85. Charles (Chuck) Glendening. Adelphia Academy.
86. Paul Marache.
87. William Smith. [Track] Dartmouth College.
88. Wesley Stokes. Stokes and Vitelli, Concrete Construction.
89. (Joseph) Newton Nash. CL 6/1916. [Honor Society, Track, Dramatics, Arbor Day Committee] Kappa Sigma at Dartmouth College. Columbia University Law School. Attorney, Hill, Betts and Nash. Scarsdale, New York: Village Attorney, Trustee, Justice of the Peace, Member of Zoning Board of Appeals. Director nine corporations involved in international commerce. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume III. Brother of # 95.
90. Henry W. Polson. [Baseball]
91. Charles A. Fischofer. [Track, Dramatics]
92. (George) Philip Phildius. CL 6/1918. [Football, Swimming, Lacrosse, Hockey, “Class Baby”] Brother of # 120.
93. William Roche. [Football]
94. James Watts. [Swimming]
95. William W. Nash. CL 6/1918. [Lacrosse]
Brother of # 89.
96. Morrison Pretz. General Traffic Manager, Moore-McCormack Steamship Lines.
97. Van Horne Gledhill. [Track, Lacrosse] Beta Theta Pi at St. Lawrence University. Columbia University Law School.
98. Col. Joseph Rogers Burril. CL 1920. [Captain Swimming, Editor Newspaper, Track, Lacrosse, Soccer] U. S. Military Academy at West Point. Colonel, U. S. Army, WW II. Bronze Star, Legion of Merit.
99. Samuel Chardavoyne.
100. Ralph Edwin Crump. [Honor Society, Swimming] Colgate University.
101. Walter Fried. [Football, Swimming]
102. Joseph H. MacNeill Jr. CL 6/1918 [Hockey]
103. Ward Morton. 69th Regiment, WW I.
104. (George) Edgar Burford. CL 1/1919.
105. Walter Edward Clarke Jr. CL 6/1918
106. J. Nelson Cooke.
107. Philip Le Roy Dunne.
108. Edward Hills.
109. Clinton Keeler. Brother of # 79.
110. Frank J. McCue. Printer.
111. Fred Schutte.
112. John Wagner.
113. Thomas Wheeler.
114. Ira Worthington. Orchestra 1906.
115. *Arthur M. Love. CL 6/1921. [Honor Society] Brother of # 45.
116. Bunker Rossetti. CL 1/1921. [Lacrosse, Basketball, Student Government, Glee Club, Soccer] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Colgate University.
117. Arthur S. Lewis. [Swimming, Cheerleader]
118. Allen Williamson.
119. Vincent Thompson.
120. Robert T. (Bob) Phildius. CL 1/1922. [Lacrosse, Soccer, Football. Student Government, Class President, “Best Athlete, Best All-Around”] City College of New York. Columbia University. Brother of # 92.
121. Donald Banker.
122. Edwin Dudley Gardiner. CL 6/1921. [Track, Manager Swimming, Lacrosse, Class President, “All ‘Round Boy”] Delta Kappa Epsilon at University of Pennsylvania. All-American in Lacrosse.
123. Perry Delmarde. [Swimming]
124. Alfred Parks.
125. Marvin Park. Princeton University.
126. Herbert H. Watts.
127. Arthur Kirkpatrick. Sigma Alpha Epsilon at St. Lawrence University.
128. John Hull.
129. James Tomkins.
130. David Reynolds.
131. Frederic H. (Fred) Kruse. CL 6/1921.
132. Jack Lord. CL 6/1924. [Captain Football, Baseball, Swimming, Class President, President Student Government, “Most Popular”] Rutgers University.
133. Edward J. Tormey. CL 6/1924. [Football, Captain Basketball, Dramatics] Charter Member of Upsilon Chapter. Transferred from Upsilon Chapter. St. Johns Law School.
134. Edward J. Salzer. CL 6/1923. Charter Member of Upsilon Chapter. Transferred from Upsilon Chapter.
135. Lawrence Fitzgerald. ?-?-?.
136. Gerard Johnston. CL 6/1924. [Lacrosse, Class President] Brother of # 159.
137. Edward Judson Roehl. CL 6/1922. Cornell University. Columbia University. Research Chemist, Arabol Manufacturing Company, Dorr Company, Prudential Life Insurance Company. Thomas Steel Company. Associate Supervisor of Research, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Company.
138. William G. (Billy) Moore Jr. 11/30/1903-04/22/1921-11/04/1965. CL 6/1923. [Class President, Captain Football, Tennis, Lacrosse, President Student Government, “All-Around Boy”] Brother of # 142. Washington and Jefferson College. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Investment Banker. President, William G. Moore and Son, wholesale lumber.
139. Edward Powers. Grand Recorder.
140. Harry Lewis.
141. Grant Normand (Bip) Bishop. CL 6/1923. [Captain Baseball, President Student Government] University of Pennsylvania.
142. Miller Moore. CL 6/1924. [Lacrosse, Football, Baseball, Dramatics, President Student Government] Rutgers University. Beta Theta Pi at University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School. Vice President, Commercial National Bank. Vice President, Bankers Trust. President and Chairman, National Youth Hostels. Vice President, U. S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Brother of # 138. Who’s Who in America.
143. Theodore Lord. [Football, Swimming] Pennsylvania State University
144. Edward Simmons (Ned) Irish. CL 1/1924. [Manager Tennis, Manager Swimming, Class President, Student Government, Honor Society, “All ‘Round Boy”] Delta Upsilon at University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School. Campus Reporter, The Philadelphia Record. Sports Reporter, New York World Telegram. Publicity Director, N. Y. Giants Football Team. Publicity Director, National Football League. Organizer, first Madison Square Garden Invitational Basketball Tournament, December 29, 1934 followed by the National Invitational Tournament in March 1938. President, Madison Square Garden, 1941-1945 Executive Vice President, 1945-1960. President, 1960-1974. Organizer, Basketball Association of America and its successor, the National Basketball Association. President, New York Knicks, 1949-1974. Hired first black player in the NBA. Irish’s newspaper obituary was titled “Basketball’s Godfather.” Key figure in the development of professional basketball. Basketball Hall of Fame. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VIII.
145. John (Jack) Ingalls. CL 6/1925. [Honor Society, “Most Handsome”] Cornell University.
146. Alexander Townsend. [Lacrosse]
147. Dr. Albert Carleton (Al) Magee. CL 6/1924. [Football, Baseball, Lacrosse, Class President, Student Government, “Best Athlete, All ‘Round Boy”] Delta Upsilon at University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. Dentist.
148. Theodore R. (Ted) Smith. CL 1/1924. [Honor Society]
149. Ralph Stiles. [Football]
150. Lester E. (Frenchy) Hanf. CL 1/1923. [Football, Baseball, Dramatics, “Best Athlete”] Rutgers University. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity.
151. Charles (Charlie) Traendly. [Baseball] Brother of # 180.
152. Bruce Harmon.
153. (Irving) Willard Crull. Zeta Psi at Brown University. Founded and transferred to Alpha Delta Chapter. President, Campana Sales Company (Division of Purex Corporation). Brother of Alpha Delta # 11.
154. George Muir. CL 1/1925. [Soccer, Class President, High Honors, Honor Society, “All ‘Round Boy”]
155. James Edwards.
156. Warren Ferris. CL 1/1926. [Lacrosse]
157. Bruce Cummings. CL 1/1925. [Student Government]
158. Walter Halliday. CL 1/1924. [President Honor Society, Dramatics, “Most Scholarly”] New York University.
159. B. Lytton Johnston. CL 6/1925. [Lacrosse] Brother of # 136.
160. William (Bill) Ellwood. [Captain Tennis]
161. Bert Lewis.
162. William Winters. Brooklyn Prep. Transferred to Upsilon Chapter 1925. Brother of Upsilon # 64 and # 101.
163. Peter Joseph (Pete) Cole Jr. CL 6/1924. [Captain Baseball] Rutgers University. Delta Tau Delta at University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School. General Sales Manager, Sterling Brewery. Brother of # 191.
164. Jack Munz. 09/17/1909-11/13/1923-?.
165. Arthur B. (Artie) Jarrett. Transferred to Upsilon Chapter. Popular singer of the 1920s thru 1940s. Leader of several big bands. Acted and sang in several Broadway productions and had the lead in about five minor Western movies. In later years, radio DJ.
166. Donald Galbraith. CL 1/1925.
167. Dr. (Hanford) Wentworth Eldredge Jr. CL 6/1926. [Captain Lacrosse] Peekskill Military Academy. Beta Theta Pi at Dartmouth College. University of Vienna. PhD, Yale University. Professor and Chairman of Sociology Department, then International Relations Program, then Urban Planning Program, Dartmouth College. Visiting Professor at major universities including Harvard University and the University of California. Lecturer, French and German War Colleges and NATO Defense College. Intelligence Officer, Department of State, prior to establishment of the OSS. Major, U. S. Army Air Force, WW II. Bronze Star. Consultant, NATO, CIA, U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Counselor to the President (Eisenhower Administration). Author of four books on U. S. history and politics. Founding Trustee, Outward Bound Program. Who’s Who in the East. Who’s Who in America. Who’s Who in the World. Who Was Who, Volume X.
168. Nelson Book.
169. Charles Allyn. CL 1/1927. [“Handsomest in Class”] Antioch College.
170. Hersey Benner Egginton Sr. Peddie School. Colgate University. Harvard Law School. New York University Law School. Lawyer. Partner, Grohl and Denner. Trustee, Methodist Hospital.
171. Edward Pettus.
172. Frederick Fay. [Lacrosse]
173. Warren Jacobs. CL 6/1925. [Soccer, All-Scholastic Soccer]
174. Joseph A. Cerow. CL 6/1925. [Manager Tennis, Class President, Honor Society] Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
175. Stanley Lundell. [Manager Tennis]
176. Harry H. Hardeen. CL 1/1926.
177. Raymond Hoadley.
178. William Sheldon Jr.
179. George Smullen.
180. John H. Traendly. Brother of # 151. Rutgers University.
181. Rodney Otto Ihrig. CL 6/1926. [Soccer, All-Scholastic Soccer, Lacrosse, Track] Sigma Nu at Wesleyan University. Proprietor, Riding Academy.
182. David McElroy.
183. Albert King.
184. Edward (Ed) Gallagher. [Swimming] Transferred to Xi Chapter.
185. Herbert Linton.
186. *(Joseph) Leary Delaney. Transferred from Alpha Zeta Chapter. Transferred to Xi Chapter. City College of New York. Brooklyn Law School. Attorney. Assistant U. S. Attorney for the Southern District. Law partner of Robert F. Wagner. Prominent criminal defense attorney.
187. Everett Orr Jr. Amherst College. Harvard School of Business Administration. Bankers Trust Company.
188. Edward Nathaniel Ready. Transferred to Phi II Chapter.
189. Bus Hearn.
190. *Richard Burr.
191. *William Cole. Brother of # 163.
192. * Hughes.
193. *John Johnston.
194. *John Francis Maguire. CL 6/1928. [Track, Cross-Country, Debate, Class Officer, Baseball]
195. * Maurer.
196. *Arthur Norris.
197. *Lloyd Skougar.
198. Clinton R. Brown.
199. William Wilson.
200. Frank F. Walter.
201. Robert Curtis Ewer. CL 6/1931. [Vice President Chemistry Club]
202. Alan Everett Flannigan. CL 6/1929. [President Honor Society, Class Officer, Turner and Holmes Medals, Baseball, “Spanish Athlete”]
203. Edward George Watson. CL 6/1929. [Magazine, Camera Club, Lacrosse, Basketball, Swimming Rifle]
204. Herbert B. Osmer.
205. *Ralph Warren Landsnaes. Peekskill Military Academy. Dickinson College. Motion Picture Business. Vice President, United States Army/Air Force Motion Picture Service. Brother of # 273.
206. Bernard R. Riley.
207. Allan Varela.
208. Edward Neilson.
209. Paul V. Lindhart.
210. *Vincent Cerow.
211. Edward Fitzmaurice.
212. Hamilton L. Holton.
213. *H. Frank Homan Jr. CL 1/1931.
214. *David King.
215. *Herbert Meeker. CL 6/1929. [Honor Society, Class President, Spanish Honors, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Captain Handball]
216. *Merritt Hampton Whitman. Army Intelligence, WW II. Credit Manager, Busch Jewelry.
217. *Howard W. Yerby.
218. *Richard Perrott.
219. *Randall Bolting.
220. Thomas E. Donnelly. Third Grand Vice Princeps.
221. Thomas P. Gill Jr. CL 1933.
222. Edward Griffiths.
223. * Guera
224. *Allan Gurley.
225. * Heiliger.
226. *Donald E. O’Shaughnessy.
227. *Gordon Phillips.
228. * Schwartz.
229. Alton Greeley.
230. Thomas Smith.
231. John R. McElraevy. CL 1932.
232. Harrison G. Lyman.
233. Robert McLaughlin.
234. Kenneth Klahre. CL 6/1931. [Hockey]
235. Drew Fleming.
236. William Harding.
237. Frederic Pratt.
238. Frank York. Initiated as Alumnus.
239. Harry Martin.
240. Ralph VanOlinda Curtis. Mt. Union College. Brooklyn Law School. U. S Navy, WW II. Lawyer. Partner, Mendes and Mount. Director, Philadelphia Reinsurance Corporation. Who’s Who in American Law. Who’s Who in the East . Brother of # 242.
241. William Cuddy.
242. Dudley Curtis. Brother of # 240.
243. John S. Moore. Initiated as Alumnus.
244. Raymond Bertolino.
245. Thomas Ireland. CL 6/1936. [Football, Baseball, Class Officer]
246. *Douglas Marshall. CL 1/1934.
247. Philip Arthur (Butch) Hurley. CL 6/1935. [Captain Lacrosse, Hockey, Captain Soccer, Sports Editor Yearbook, [“Most Versatile”] Dartmouth College. Captain, USAAF, WW II. Bombardier. Broker, Domino’s Sugar. Automobile Dealer. American Legion.
248. Clifton Bogardus Jr. CL 1/1935. [Service Club]
249. Richard (Dick) Eggleton. CL 6/1935. [Track, Cross-Country, Class Officer, Service Club] Manhattan College.
250. *Francis X. (Frank) Kenny. CL 6/1935. [Service Club] Fordham University
251. * McGill.
252. * Hoverson.
253. William Zundell. [Hockey]
254. *Robert Flint. CL 6/1934.
255. Walter T. (Red) Desmond. CL 6/1936. [Football, Basketball, Swimming, Soccer]
256. Paul Manuel. CL 1935.
257. Jack Murphy. [Hockey]
258. Roger Pendleton Pettit. CL 6/1936. [Swimming, Student Government, Hockey, Honor Society, High Honors] Eclectic Fraternity at Wesleyan University. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. U. S. Navy, World War II. Training Manager, Montgomery Ward and Company. Author, New Handbook of Sales Training. Professional watercolor painter. President, Eureka Springs Guild of Artists.
259. Charles Blades. CL 1936.
260. John O’Keefe. CL 1/1935. [Honor Society, Captain Cross-Country]
261. Donald A. Springmeyer. CL 6/1936. [Tennis, Swimming, Class Officer, Soccer]
262. Earl Jolls. CL 1936.
263. James McKeon. CL 1936.
264. Sheppard (Shepp) Halvorsen. CL 1936.
265. Lawrence (Larry) Ryan. CL 1/1935. [Track, Cross-Country, Hockey, Service Club, Volleyball] Georgia Institute of Technology
266. Lawrence R. (Larry) Moriarity. CL 6/1936. [Track, Cross-Country, Service Club]
267. Charles Anderson. CL 1935.
268. Joseph Walsh. CL 1935. [Track, Cross-Country, Captain Tennis]
269. (Henry) Dickson McKenna. CL 1/1937. [Dramatics, Art Club, Football, Class Day Committee] Yale University. Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, WW II. Architect. Curator of Architecture, Museum of Modern Art. Executive Director, New York State Association of Architects. Critic in Architecture, Columbia University School of Architecture. Trustee Adelphi Academy. President New York City Brownstone Revival Committee. Author, A House in the City. Fine Arts Printmaker. Who’s Who in the East.
270. Thomas Matthew Romano. CL 1/1937.
271. James Galbally. CL 6/1936. [Swimming, Service Club, Baseball]
272. *Westly Hoffman.
273. *Erling Raymond (Earle) Landsnaes. CL 1926. Brother of # 205. Fordham University and Law School. FBI, 1939-1944. Sales, Ball Bearing Company.
274. Robert J. Hurley. CL 6/1938. [Baseball, Service Club]
275. Robert Jerome Kiechlin. CL 6/1936. [School Bank, Lacrosse, Traffic Squad, Volleyball] New York University. Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, WW II. Won Navy Cross at Tarawa. Nominated for the Medal of Honor. CPA. Comptroller, N. J. Zinc Co. Controller and treasurer of several coal companies. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. Who’s Who in America.
276. J. Frederick (Fred) Powers. CL 6/1937. [Sports Editor Newspaper, Class Officer, Journalism Club]
277. Donald Halstead. CL 1/1936. [Football, Class President] U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Advertising Executive who invented “The Johnnie Walker” man. Son of Alpha # 24. Nephew of # 29.
278. Howard Simberg. ?-?-?.
279. *Vincent Kenny. CL 1/1937. [Class Officer, PSAL Pin]
280. *Eddie Orr. [Swimming]