Stuyvesant High School and DeWitt Clinton High School, New York City, New York
June 6, 1914 – 1939
(Records on Pi Chapter are sketchy. Initiation dates and order are questionable.)
1. Herbert H. Buzzini. [Baseball] Transferred from Epsilon Chapter. Charter Member of Pi Chapter.
2. Joseph Vincent (Hawsh) McMullan. CL 1914. [Basketball, Football] Charter Member of Pi Chapter. Grand Recorder (2 years). Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Princeps. Exalted Chapter from April 24, 1926. Columbia University. New York University. Engineer. Vice President and Director, Naylor Pipe Company. Developed the flexible “invasion piping” used in World War II during the invasion of North Africa. Expert on Oriental Rugs whose collection has been shown around the World in locations such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Fellow of Fogg Museum, Harvard University. Trustee, Textile Museum of Washington, D. C. President, The Iranian Institute. Director, American-Scottish Foundation. Author. Philanthropist.
3. John M. Wilson. Charter Member of Pi Chapter.
4. Vivian Kemp (Kimp) Commons. [Football] Charter Member of Pi Chapter. Kappa Psi at Columbia University School of Pharmacy. Instructor and Trustee at Columbia. Wounded at Chateau Thierry in WW I.
5. Robert Kelley Thulman. Charter Member of Pi Chapter. Delta Upsilon at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Engineer, Standard Oil Co. Engineer, International Boiler Works and International Airconditioning Company. Chief Mechanical Engineer, Federal Housing Administration. Research Engineer, Housing and Home Finance Agency. President, Chimney Sales Corporation. President, Thulman Eastern Corporation. Consultant British Ministry of Fuel and Power. Invented and patented first triple wall chimney. Honorary Secretary, MIT. Who’s Who in America.
6. Charles Robinson.
7. Clement X. Wyss. CL 1916. [Student Government, Yearbook Board, Track, Forge, Civics Club] Cornell University.
8. John J. Andrews.
10. Ralph Murray. [Football]
12. Alfred T. Mannon. 1 [Secretary Orchestra]
13. William A. Zeidler Jr. [Treasurer Stuyvesant Club]
14. Thomas Claude Durham Jr.
15. Theodore E. Nash. [Caliper] Transferred to Delta Chapter in 1916.
16. William Theodore Schneider Jr.
17. Dorian Otis Romero. Sergeant, 107th Infantry, WW I. Advertising Manager, Havana Post and Havana Telegram. Director, Batard Brothers Orchestra. Radio announcer.
18. Edgar Henry Arthur (Chappy) Chapman. CL 1919. [Spanish Club, Radio Club, Technical Society, Stuyvesant Club, Bibliophiles, Honor Society, Manager Football, Manager Baseball, Training Corps, Yearbook, Vice President Student Government] Theta Delta Chi at City College of New York. New York University Law School. Convention Chairman. Grand Secretary. Exalted Chapter from May 12, 1951. Lawyer, Chapman and Burke.
19. Richard Stokes.
20. James P. (Mac) McDonald. CL 1919. [Training Corps, Cross Country, Track]
21. Mansfield Charles (Mannie) Fuldner. CL 1918. Princeton University. University of Virginia Law School. Vice President/General Counsel, Borden’s Milk Company. Artist and Sculptor.
22. Robert Rogers.
23. Herbert A. Johnson. ? Founder of Alpha Omicron Chapter. Long Island Lighting Company.
25. LeRoy Taylor Brown. CL 1919. [Coxswain Crew, Track, Manager Basketball, Honor Society, Yearbook, President Student Government, Marine Club, Stuyvesant Club] Dartmouth. Colorado School of Mines. 1924 Olympic Team. 2nd Place in High Jump. Held world indoor high jump record. Mining engineer.
26. Egil F. (Pink) Johnson. CL 1919. [News Editor of Caliper, Vice President Bibliophiles] Zeta Psi at New York University. Chemist.
27. Walter R. (Wallie) Bell. CL 1919. [Stuyvesant Club, President Marine Club, Yearbook, Latin Society, Business Board Indicator] Webb Institute of Naval Architecture. Vice President and General Sales Manager, Ingersoll-Rand Company.
28. Charles Keenan. [Football]
29. Charles E. (Charley) Reynolds.
30. Gunnar W. Larson. CL 1919. [Honor Society, Stuyvesant Club, Secretary and Vice President Glee Club, Secretary Bibliophiles, President Bibliophiles, Vice President Aeronautical Society, Assistant Editor in Chief Caliper, Manager Football, Math Society, Drawing Team, Rifle] Columbia University.
31. Dr. Charles W. (Chick) Martin. CL 1920. [Treasurer Honor Society, Training Corps, Stuyvesant Club, Glee Club, Biology Club, Soccer, Track, “Most Likely to be Famous”] Psi Omega at Columbia University. Dentist.
32. James Wood Robinson (Hooper). [Swimming] Sigma Chi at Lehigh University.
33. Milton (Merry) Meroth. CL 1920. [Treasurer Honor Society, Stuyvesant Club, Vice President Spanish Club, Glee Club]
34. Richard E. (Dick or Richie) Broschart. CL 1920. [Manager Golf, Stuyvesant Club, Track, Wood Turning Club, Civics Club, Boxing, “Class Capitalist”] Cornell University.
35. Charles H. Bohland Jr.
36. Henry Stanley (Harry) Hansbury. CL 1920. [Secretary Honor Society, Stuyvesant Club, Student Aid Committee, Track, Captain Debate Team, Secretary Literary Society, Caliper, Manager Supply Club, Editor in Chief Boys Bulletin Board] Grand Recorder (3 years). Grand Treasurer (5 years). Exalted Chapter from April 6, 1946.
37. Arnold Bernhard. Delta Upsilon at Williams College. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. Honorary Degrees from Skidmore and Colby Colleges and the University of Bridgeport. Financial Analyst. Drama Critic,Time Magazine. Stock Analyst for Jesse Livermore and then Moody’s Investors Service. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Arnold Bernhard and Company and Value Line Investment Survey. President and partner of literary giants W. H. Auden, Jacques Barzun and Lionel Trilling in founding Mid-Century Book Society. Trustee, University of Bridgeport. Director, Childrens’ Eye Care Foundation. Director, National Cancer Cytology Foundation. Director, Friends of Animals. Ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the richest men in America. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry. Who’s Who in America. Who’s Who in the World. Who Was Who, Volume IX.
38. (Charles) Julian (Julie) House. CL 1920. [Football, Baseball] New York University. Insurance agent.
39. William John Timm. CL 1923. [Stuyvesant Club, Captain Football, Crew] Sigma Nu at Colgate University. Captain of Colgate football for two years. All-American Football. Executive with Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. District Chairman, Boy Scouts of America. Member, Delmarva Boy Scout Council. Administrator, Eastern Shore Migrant Project. Chairman, Northampton County Salvation Army.
40. (Weston) Morley (Geet) Geety. CL 1920. [Football, Swimming, Stuyvesant Club, Honor Society] Delta Tau Delta at Cornell University.
41. Stanley Johnson.
42. Charles DeWitt Cole (Pop) Hewett. CL 1920. [Football, Rifle Club, Mandolin Club] Cornell University. New York Life Insurance Company.
43. Paul (Dutch) Jerman. CL 1920. [President Student Government, Cross Country, Track, Rifle, Civics Club, Stuyvesant Club, Yearbook, Class Vice President, “Most Popular, Class Athlete”] Dartmouth College. Architecture Degree from New York University. Architect, Hart, Jerman and Associates.
44. Francis Valentine Joseph (Frank) Hussey. Tied World Record in 100 yard dash while student at Stuyvesant HS. Gold Medal in 4×100 yard relay 1924 Olympics, beating ‘Chariots of Fire’ Harold Abrahams on first leg. AAU 100 yard champion, 1925. Boston College. Columbia University. Initial honoree, New York City Track Hall of Fame.
45. Bruce A. Cameron. Real Estate Agent.
46. Harold (Dutch) Hoekelman. [Football, Baseball] Sigma Nu at Cornell University. Vice President for Operations, Youngstown Steel.
47. William Wendt. CL 1922. [Baseball, French Club, Stuyvesant Club, Honor Society] Cornell University. Cornell Law School. General Solicitor of Western Union Telegraph Company. Assistant to the President and General Manager, New York Mets, 1964.
48. William F. Adler. CL 1923. [Secretary Student Government, Vice President Student Government, Captain Football, Vice President Stuyvesant Club, Orchestra, Honor Society, Intracity Ice Skating Championship] Sigma Nu at Columbia University. Chase Bank. Vice President, Albert Frank-Guenther Law, Inc.
49. George Phillipi. Transferred to Mu Chapter.
50. David Dunn.
51. Arthur Douglas. Columbia University.
52. Walter Hartman. Columbia University.
53. Harold Muller. [Football]
54. Joseph Dempsey. ?-Before 1926-?. [Tennis] Buffalo University.
55. Everett B. (Coxie) Drew. CL 1923. [National Honor Society, Bunsen Chem Society, Coxswain Crew] Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Exalted Chapter from May 7, 1981. National Sales Manager, ITEK.
56. Lt. Gen. Garrison Holt Davidson. CL 1923. [Football] U. S. Military Academy, West Point. All-American Honorable Mention in football. Youngest Head Football coach in West Point history. Chief Engineering Aide to General Patton; Aide to General Eisenhower, WW II. President, First German War Crimes Tribunal, 1945. Chief of Staff to Generals Mark Clark and Albert Wedemeyer. Chief, Korean Military Advisory Group and Commander, “Task Force Davidson,” Korean War. Commanded forces which stopped the first Chinese intervention. Commandant, Command and General Staff College. Superintendent, U. S. Military Academy. Commander, Seventh Army during Berlin Crisis. Commander, First Army. Member, U. S. Delegation to the United Nations. Assistant Vice President, University of California. Chief Executive, Embarcadero Center of San Francisco. Exalted Chapter from May 13, 1961. 3 Distinguished Service Medals, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star; French Legion of Honor and Croix de Guerre; Commander, Order of the British Empire. Current Biography 1957. Who’s Who in America.
57. Donald Ferdinand Spengler. [Swimming, Treasurer Stuyvesant Club]
58. John Herman Shaw. CL 1923. [Captain Swimming, Captain Crew, Captain Basketball, “Class Athlete”] Exalted Chapter from 1996. Dartmouth College. Savage School of Physical Education. New York University. Physical Education Department at Stuyvesant High School and Dewitt Clinton High School. Chairman, Physical Education Department at Franklin K. Lane High School and William Cullen Bryant High School.
59. Harold Frederick McGuire Sr. CL 1920. [President Junior French Society, La Petite Revue Francaise Secretary Stuyvesant Club, Caliper, Manager Baseball, “Class Small Man”] Psi Upsilon at Columbia University. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. Columbia Law School. Lawyer, Wickes, Riddell, Bloomer, Jacobi and McGuire. Director, Shell Oil Company. Director, Seaboard Surety Company. President Columbia Alumni Federation. Trustee and Vice Chairman of Board of Trustees, Columbia University. There is a building at Columbia named for McGuire. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume IX.
60. Bernard J. (Bernie) Feurer. CL 1923. [Honor Society, Football, Crew, Basketball, Treasurer and President Stuyvesant Club, Orchestra] University of Rochester.
61. Joseph (Jack) Eaton. (Eton?)
62. Kenneth Whalen. [Captain Baseball, Captain Football, President Student Government] Banker.
63. Robert Groebel. [Crew, Swimming, Basketball] Columbia University.
64. Merle F. Koblish. CL 1923.
65. Walter Wagner.
66. Vernon Judge. [Swimming] Sigma Nu at Columbia University.
67. George Frost.
68. Walter Hamer. [Baseball, Football]
69. Alexander McDonald. New York University.
70. William Mitchell. [Swimming, Student Government]
71. William Hutchins. [Crew]
72. Gilbert Brincherhoff. [Tennis] New York University.
73. John Stephen Graetzer Jr. [Crew] Alpha Delta Phi and Scroll and Key at Yale University. Advertising Executive. Vice President, LaRoche, McCaffrey and McCall. Chairman, Zoning Board of Tuxedo Park, New York. Who’s Who in America.
74. Edward Gilbert Tarangioli. CL 1925. [Vice President Stuyvesant Club, Golf, Tennis, Manager Football] Dartmouth College. New York University. Lawyer. Professor of Law, City College of New York. Associate Counsel, Joint Legislative Committee, New York State Retirement System. Vice President/Counsel, Frito-Lay Corporation. National Seniors Tennis Champion. President, Park Hill Raquet Club. Member, Yonkers Charter Revision Committee.
75. Hon. William J. Sheldrick. CL 1926. [Honor Society, Captain Football, Class President, President Student Government] Princeton University. Sgt., U. S. Army, WW II. Civil Engineer. New York State Assemblyman, 1930-1940. Democratic district leader, 13th and 7th Districts in New York City. Delegate, 1940 Democratic National Convention. Ancient Order of Hibernians. Elks.
76. Carl Spengler.
77. Richard Meyers.
78. James Stevenson. Expelled.
79. Dillard Tucker.
80. Dr. Daniel F. Tobin. New York University School of Dentistry. Director of Pedodontics, Guggenheim Dental Clinic. Dean of Dentistry, College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Professor and Department Chairman, New York University Dental School. Dean of Dental School, New Jersey University of Medicine and Dentistry. President American Association of Hospital Dentists.
81. Robert Lewis. Columbia University.
82. Dr. Charles Edwin (Tubby) Tegtmeyer. CL 1927. [Captain Football] Colgate University. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. M.D. Baylor University. Most combat service of any military medical officer in WW II. Distinguished Service Cross, Legion of Merit. Multiple awards of Silver and Bronze Stars. Purple Heart. Deputy Director, New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs. Medical Instructor, Technical Division, Army Chemical Corps Center. Colonel, U. S. Army.
83. John Koenecki.
84. James Edward (Jimmy) Kneiper. CL 1925. [Honor Society, President Stuyvesant Club, Newspaper, Track, Cross Country, Hockey] New York University. Engineer.
85. George H. Willy Jr. CL 1924. Exalted Chapter from April 27, 1963. Prominent New York restaurant owner.
86. Charles Gunther. CL 1926. [Class Vice President, Captain Cheering] Columbia University.
87. Frank Jacquemard.
88. Charles Baron Honsberger. CL 1926. DeWitt Clinton HS. [Hockey, Honor Society] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Middlebury College. Manager, W. T. Grant Stores.
89. George J. Banigan. CL 1926. [Honor Society, Editor Newspaper, Cheering, President Dramatic Society, Captain Debate Team, President Debate Club, Literary Magazine] Columbia University.
90. Roy Nelson. [Cross-Country, Track]
91. Miltiades Nicholas (Michael) Galanos. CL 1926. [Honor Society, Football, Track] Lehigh University. Grand Vice Princeps. Exalted Chapter from January 29, 1976. Aircraft Inspector, Republic Aviation. Industrial Lighting Sales, Frink Electric. Eastern Sales Director/Engineer, Naylor Pipe Company. Brother of # 94.
92. John Scuddi. Expelled.
93. Charles Fisher. CL 1926.
94. Thomas Richard Galanos. CL 1926. [Track, Honor Society] Cornell University. Marine architect. Brother of # 91.
95. Warren Stevenson.
96. William Von Zehle. CL 1/1930. Grand Secretary.
97. John Hillard.
98. Raymond Woods. George Washington HS.
99. Alfred Lewis.
100. Hal Hartman. University of Rochester.
105. Col. Otis R. Fitz. Colonel, U. S. Army, WW II.
106. William G. Nelson.
107. Edward Brannigan.
108. James Keefe.
109. Frederick James Hinners. CL 1927. [Football] Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy. Engineer, George Washington Bridge. Surveyor for Major Deegan Expressway. Plant Manager, 7-Up. Owner, Kingston 7-Up Distributorship. Boy Scout Leader. Advisory Board, Route 80 Siting Project.
110. Dr. John Alcott Wilbur. CL 1928. [Football] Columbia University. MD.
111. Dr. (Ernest) Lloyd DuBrul. Long Island University. Columbia University. Sigma Xi. DDS, New York University. PhD University of Illinois. Major, U. S. Army, WW II. Chairman, Department of Oral Anatomy, University of Illinois. Author of several volumes including the standard text on oral anatomy and a chapter in the Encyclopedia Britannica. Sigma Xi. Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Biologist. Anthropologist. Who’s Who in America.
112. Harold Grote Frostick. CL 1928. [Newspaper, Rifle Club] Columbia University. Electrical Engineer, Consolidated Edison, Westinghouse, U. S. Steel. Holder of nine patents in electrical controls. Chairman, Industry Applications Group, IEEE. President, Henderson County Property Owners Association.
113. John Ashley (Jack) Wells. CL 1929. [Captain Football, All-Scholastic Football, Dramatics, President Student Government] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Wesleyan University. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. BA Juris, BCL, MA, Oxford University. LLM, Harvard Law School. Rhodes Scholar. Chief Counsel, Office of Price Administration (OPA). Assistant Counsel, Naval Price Adjustment Board. Lt. Commander, U. S. Navy, WW II. Assistant Chief Counsel, Moreland Commission. Lawyer, Rogers and Wells (successor firm to that of Charles Evans Hughes). President, National Republican Club. Political mentor to New York Governor and U. S. Vice President Nelson A, Rockefeller, CIA Director William E. Casey and U. S. Secretary of State William P. Rogers. At various times campaign manager or member of senior campaign staff of Vice President Nixon; New York Governors Dewey and Rockefeller; Senator Javits; New York Attorney General Lefkowitz; New York City Mayors Laguardia and Lindsay. National Campaign of Governor Rockefeller’s Presidential Primary Campaign, 1963-64. Executive Committee New York State Republican Party. Delegate to 1976 Republican National Convention. Chairman, Advisory Committee to Reorganize the Securities and Exchange Commission. Member, New York State Screening Panel for Judges. Trustee, Wesleyan University. Director, National Health Council and Center for the Study of the Presidency. Director, H. L. Green Company. Author and Editor. Who’s Who in American Law. Who’s Who in America. Who’s Who in the World. Who Was Who, Volume VII.
115. Charles M. Furcht.
116. Edward Peckham.
117. Louis Lewis.
118. William J. Lundgren.
119. John Wesley Knight.
120. Worthington Jenner Thompson.
121. (John) Wentworth (Jack) Sutter. Columbia University. Lawyer.
122. Joseph J. Olton.
123. Owen C. Halse.
124. Alfred Willard A. DuBrul. CL 1/1930. [Cheer leader, Orchestra, Rifle Club, Secretary Architectural Society, Football, Aero Club]
125. William J. Sweeney. CL 1/1931. Rennslaer Polytechnic Institute.
126. Joseph C. Penz. CL 1/1931. [Camera Club, Astronomy Club] City College of New York.
127. Alfred E. Kessler. ?-1929-?. Trinity Preparatory School.
128. John French. Notre Dame University. USAF WW II Deceased in WW II.
129. Philip H. Hug. CL 1/1931. [Honor Society, Spanish Club, History Club, Camera Club, Glee Club, Honor Roll] City College of New York.
130 William Alfred (Rabies) Rabsey. CL 6/1932. [Glee Club, Chairman Senior Class Night Committee, Football, “Class Maestro”] Sales Manager, SCM Corporation.
131. Richard Reimers. Transferred to Alpha Xi Chapter, May 1931.
132. Howard B. Tuthill.
133. Samuel Thompson Coombs. Columbia University.
134. Frank J. Horas.
135. Adam J. Rapalski. Initiated as an alumnus.
136. William Campbell.
137. Christian Hanburger. CL 1/1931. [Rifle Team, German Club, Honor Society, Stuyvesant Club, Honor Roll] City College of New York. Lieutenant, U. S. Army.
138. Frederick William (Fred) Pitzer. CL 6/1932. [Football, Captain Baseball, Stuyvesant Club, Basketball, Honor Society] Columbia University. Executive Vice President and National Sales Director, The Brown Company, Newspaper Representatives. His widow married # 144.
140. Lewis Ericson. CL 6/1932. [Football, Football Club, Stuyvesant Club, Track, Baseball] Colgate University.
141. Joseph Begley Burnside. CL 6/1932. [Basketball, Football, Swimming, Baseball, Stuyvesant Club, Football Club, “Class Athlete”] Brown University. Supervisor, U. S. Postal Service.
142. Harold Malcolm.
143. Donald Gordon Rith. CL 1932. [Football, Baseball] Phi Kappa Tau at Colgate University. Sales, General Electric. Buyer, Raytheon Laboratories. Vice President, Purchasing Agents Association.
144. Lt. Col. Louis John Aebischer. CL 6/1932. [Honor Society, Football, Class Night Committee, Baseball, Civics Club, Honor Roll, Students Committee, Student Government, Stuyvesant Club, German Club, “Most Handsome in Class”] Syracuse University. USAF. Civil Engineer. Advisor, George Washington University. Married widow of # 138.
145. Arthur Heisch.
146. Ernest Stutz.
147. Frank Ruf.
148. Charles Reck. CL 6/1932. [Football, Track, Baseball, Forge Club] Cooper Union.
149. Stephen Bengyak.
150. Henry Abbes. CL 6/1932. [Architectural Society, Football Club, Engineering Society]
151. Anton Gus Fichtl. CL 1934. [Football, Baseball, Boxing, Track, Service Squad, Class President, Health and Hygiene Club, Stuyvesant Club, Football Club, Glee Club] University of Michigan.
152. John Kirwan. CL 1/1933. [Football] New York University.
153. Rudolph B. Savio. CL 6/1934. [Yearbook]
154. Jack Cavanagh. Cavanaugh?
155. Jacob C. (Jack) Henkel.
156. Brig. Gen. Martin J. Brennan. CL 6/1933. [Football, Electrical Society, Baseball, Prom Committee, Captain Hockey, Stuyvesant Club, Historical Society, Student Government] Purdue University. Consulting Engineer.
157. Dominick O’Connor. CL 6/1934.
158. Robert C. Holzman. Colgate University.
159. Bert Lee Neff. CL 6/1934. [President Electrical Society, Stuyvesant Club, Student Government, Latin Club, Honor Society, Honor Roll] Columbia University. Captain, U. S. Army Air Corps, WW II. Vice President, Computer Software, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
160. Ralph Holzman. CL 1936.
161. Stanley Salwerowicz. CL 6/1936. [President Ushers Squad, Captain Traffic Squad, Track, Cross Country, Treasurer Honor Society, Stuyvesant Club, Electrical Society, Class President] Michigan State University.
162. Harold Bruno Guerci. CL 1/1935. [Treasurer Honor Society, Class Secretary, Secretary Stuyvesant Club, President Minerology Club, Service Squad, Track] Cooper Union. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Sigma Xi. Tau Beta Pi. Colonel, U. S. Army, WW II. Director, Bell Telephone Laboratories. Brother of # 167.
163. John W. (Jack) Pacey. CL 1/1934. [French Club] United States Military Academy, West Point. U. S. Air Corps, WW II. Radio Editor, The Wall Street Journal. Director of Public Affairs Programming, American Broadcasting Company. Director of Corporate Communications, Phillip Morris, Inc.
164. Harold Anthony Obst. CL 6/1934. [Honor Society, Architectural Society, Historical Society, Service Squad, Yearbook, Camera Club, French Club] Columbia University. Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy, WW II. President Obst Architecture. Chairman, West Palm Beach Building Board. Vice-Mayor, Lake Clarke Shores, Florida.
165. Eugene (Gene) Heyman. CL 1/1935. [Football, Health and Hygiene Club, Electrical Society, Radio Club, Stuyvesant Club] Ohio State University.
166. Harry C. Brown. CL 6/1934. [Electrical Society, Debate Club, Historical Society, Scholarship Class] (Harold Brown?)
167. Carl Felix Guerci. CL 6/1934. [Swimming, Minerology Club, Camera Club, Health and Hygiene Club, French Club, Service Squad] City College of New York. Rutgers University. Lieutenant Colonel USAAF, WW II. Researcher, IBM. Brother of # 162.
168. Alfred Stogniew. CL 6/1934.
169. John P. Lekas. CL 6/1935. [Honor Society, President Radio Club, President Electrical Society, Physics Experimental Society, Newspaper] University of Michigan. University of Southern California. President/Director Video Control Corporation. Director Dahlberg Industries.
170. John Montgomery.
171. Harold Riemers. Transferred to Alpha Xi Chapter.
172. Edmond J. (Silk) Silkiewicz. CL 1/1934. [Track] Columbia University.
173. Michael Peraza. CL 1/1934.
174. Bartholomew C. (Bart) Loskot. CL 6/1934. [Orchestra, Glee Club, Cross Country, Track, Stuyvesant Club, Honor Roll] U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis.
175. George Robert Montgomery. CL 6/1934. [Spanish Club, Service Squad, Honor Roll] Columbia University.
176. Ruben Kazarian. CL 6/1935. [President Electrical Society, Radio Club, Honor Roll every term] Cooper Union. Case Institute of Technology. Chief Engineer, Artron Manufacturing Company. Assistant Engineering Manager, Tocco Division, Ohio Crankshaft Company. Owner/President, Christie Labs, Inc.
177. Lt. Col. Harry William Richardson. CL 1/1935. [Scholarship Class, Chem Society, Service Squad, Business Staff Newspaper and Yearbook, Radio Club, Captain Chem Service Squad, Newspaper] University of Illinois. Consultant, Lourdes Industries.
178. John Stelbacky. CL 1/1935. [Cross Country, Rifle Club, Track] Initiated as alumnus. University of Rochester.
179. Frederick (Fred) Burmester Jr. CL 6/1935. [Honor Society, President Historical Society, Secretary Debate Club, Class President, Editor Newspaper, Manager Baseball, Pan American Society, Health and Hygiene Club]
180. Frank L. Robissa. CL 6/1937. Lieutenant, U.S. Army, WW II. Sales, Printing Company.
181. Roy K. Ericson. CL 6/1937. [Football, Basketball, Usher Squad, Students Committee, Health and Hygiene Club] Dartmouth College. Director of Admissions, Rider College.
182. Richard Sullivan. CL 6/1937.
183. John Aimone. CL 1/1936. [Baseball, Football, Track, Class Treasurer, Stuyvesant Club]
184. Stanley W. Mikulka. CL 1/1936. [Honor Society, President Student Government, Class President, President Stuyvesant Club, Football, Track, Baseball, Cruikshank Medal, Short Story Club] New York University. Tau Beta Pi Honorary Fraternity. Manager, Advanced Programs, Western Region Aircraft Company. General Electric.
185. Patrick Menton. CL 6/1937. Inspector, Federal Aviation Administration.
186. Frank T. Coulter. CL 1/1936. [Debate, Secretary Historical Society]
187. Frank Hines.
188. James Tighe.
189. Philip Hurt. CL 6/1937. Honor Society, Football, Track, Basketball, Stuyvesant Club, Honor Roll] U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Lt. Commander, U. S. Navy.
190. Frank Tressa. CL 1939.
191. Edgar Hallyman.
192. John Buchanan.
193. James Carrigan.
194. Frank Clark.
195. Frank Clawson.
196. Clarence Robinson.
197. Clifford Rowland.