Orange High School, Orange, New Jersey and West Orange High School, West Orange, New Jersey
December 20, 1919 – 1950
1. Howard S. Roberts. Charter Member of Tau Chapter.
2. Charles Jarvis Ely. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Kappa Sigma at New York University. Investment Advisor, Lehman Brothers. General Partner and Chief, Investment Advisory Department, Kuhn, Loeb and Company, stockbrokers. Director, Willys Overland Motors Company; Spear and Company; St. Lucie-Jupiter Development Company. Treasurer/Director, High Mountain Golf Club. Who’s Who in America.
3. William H. Tichenor. Charter Member of Tau Chapter.
4. Milton Ramon Underwood. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Roanoke College. Columbia University. Delta Kappa Epsilon at Vanderbilt University. Investment Banker. Director of numerous companies, Chairman and CEO, Underwood, Neuhaus and Company. President, Underwood Mineral Company. Governor, New York Stock Exchange. Trustee, Vanderbilt University. Trustee, University of Houston. Who’s Who in America.
5. Harry Downs. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Moved to Bloomfield New Jersey, Bloomfield HS. Brother of # 14. Office Manager, Barr Brothers.
6. Hedley J. Baker. Charter Member of Tau Chapter.
7. Franklin J. McGlynn. CL 1922. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Delta Upsilon at Lafayette College.
8. Dr. George Chandler Tully. CL 1922. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Dartmouth College. All-American Football. Professional Football with Philadelphia Quakers, AFL. All-Pro Award 1926. University of Vermont. Doctor of Medicine.
9. (Edison) Rexford Garrabrant. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Served in U. S. Navy during WW I.
10. Fred B. Harris. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Served in U. S. Navy during WW I.
11. Col. Augustine Davis (Patsy) Dugan. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. U. S. Military Academy, West Point. Executive Officer 121st Infantry, WW II. Professor of Military Science and Tactics, University of Arizona. Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart.
12. Godfrey L. Jacobi. bled in air crash.
13. Dr. Mortimer Sullivan. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. M.D.
14. Thomas B. Downs. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Brother of # 5.
15. Joseph G. Lyons. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Judge, District Court, Orange, New Jersey.
16. Kenneth A. Barrie. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Served in U. S. Army, A.E.F., WW I.
17. Minturn R. Allan. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Served in U. S. Army, A.E.F., WW I. Traveller’s Insurance Company.
18. T. Clyde Riley. Charter Member of Tau Chapter. Cornell University.
19. James A. Laing.
20. Howard (Kilty Dan) McElnea. CL 1924. [Captain Football] Washington and Jefferson College. Bates College.
21. William Lewis Hoppes. U. S. Military Academy, West Point. Captain, U. S. Army. Professor, U. S. Military Academy. Deceased during WW II.
22. Alfred Owen Glasson.
23. Arthur Gordon Warden.
24. Garrett E. Odell.
25. Paul S. Tichenor.
26. Roy Wakely Babcock. Served in U. S. Navy in WW I.
27. Edmond J. Dwyer. Georgetown University. Brother of # 37, # 84 and # 138.
28. Edward O. Dalrymple.
29. Stuart MacKown. Brother of # 31.
30. Dr. John Joseph Cowen Jr. [Baseball, Basketball, Manager Football] Brother of # 45. Thomas W. Evans Museum. University of Pennsylvania Institute of Dentistry. Dentist.
31. Philip MacKown. Brother of # 29.
32. Franklyn McKenna (Frank, Mickey) McKenna. CL 1925. [Dramatics]
33. John J. Kenny. Brother of # 53.
34. Thomas J. Rogers.
35. William Clinton. Villanova University.
36. James Conway.
37. Robert Emmet (Bob) Dwyer. CL 1924. [Football] Georgetown University. Brother of # 27, # 84 and # 138.
38. W. Seward Hall.
39. George Norman Cooper. University of Pennsylvania.
40. Arthur Herdling.
41. John Rourke.
42. Donald Leroy Terwilliger. CL 1924. [Newspaper] Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Lafayette College. Founder Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy, WW II. Chairman, D. L. Terwilliger Company, printing. Commissioner of Public Works, Allenhurst, New Jersey. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.
43. Dr. Charles W. Alexander. Washington and Jefferson College.
44. Walter J. Werner. Brother of # 47.
45. (Thomas) Alvah Cowen. Grand Treasurer (6 years). Second Grand Vice Princeps. First Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Princeps (2 years). Exalted Chapter before 1940. Brother of # 30. Stock Broker, Peter P. McDermott and Company, President, Association of Customers’ Brokers.
46. Edward John Hall. Princeton University.
47. Arthur J. Werner. Brother of # 44.
48. Robert Horton.
49. J. Henry Oswald. CL 1926. [Class Secretary] Transferred to Omicron Chapter.
50. Wilson R. (Rennie) Brown Jr.
51. Eugene Reilly.
52. Thomas Joseph Fittin Sr.
53. Charles A. Kenny. CL 1926. [Class Treasurer] Brother of # 33.
54. Earle W. Stanton Jr. Lafayette College. Captain, U. S. Army Signal Corps, WW II. Suburban Editor, Editor The Newark News. Travel Agent in Florida.
55. Frederick W. E. Mindermann. Expelled from East Orange High School for membership in Omega. Transferred from Omicron Chapter. Banner Chairman (2 years). Second Grand Vice Princeps (2 years). Exalted Chapter from December 4, 1970.
56. Walter Rogers.
57. Donald P. Raphel. Brother of # 75.
58. Millard Crane.
59. John Cooper. [Football, Glee Club]
60. Howard Hayes. CL 1927. [Dramatics, Band]
61. Kermit Herdling. CL 1927. [Dramatics]
62. Allen J. Smith.
63. John (Jack) Byrne. CL 1928. [Football]
64. Lancaster Rogers.
65. *Francis G. (Fran) Lang. CL 1930. [Football] Orange HS. Grand Comptroller. Grand Treasurer (3 years). Third Grand Vice Princeps. First Grand Vice Princeps.
66. Edward Quigley.
67. James C. Rogers.
68. George Stupalsky.
69. Ralph Doyle. CL 1931. [Class Secretary]
70. *Joseph (Joe) Cowley. CL 1930. [Yearbook, Tennis]
71. *John (Jack) Hegerty. CL 1930. [Baseball] Lehigh University.
72. *John Murray. ?-?-?. [Track]
73. *Edward (Ed, Mac) McLane. CL 1933. [Football, Glee Club, Newspaper, Yearbook, Debate Team, Debate Club]
74. Harry Whitehouse. ?-?-?.
75. J. Alexander (Alex) Raphel. CL 1931. [Class Treasurer, Dramatics, Tennis] Brother of # 57. Lehigh University.
76. *George (Krafty) Kraft. CL 1933. [Band, Orchestra, Debate, Newspaper]
77. Warren Loughlin.
78. Charles Joachim.
79. William (Bill) Hildebrand Jr. CL 1933. [Yearbook, Newspaper, Class President, Band, Orchestra, Dramatics, Debate Team, President Debate Club] Banner Chairman. Grand Secretary. First Grand Vice Princeps. Dana College (now Rutgers-Newark). University of Newark Law School. Lawyer. Clerk of the New Jersey Court of Pardons. Executive Assistant to New Jersey Governor Charles Edison. U. S. Navy, WW II, Military Intelligence. President, Martindale Hubbell, legal publishers. Maplewood, N. J. Fair Housing Council. Founder, South Mountain SANE. State Board, American Civil Liberties Union.
80. Robert A. (Bob) Hoffmann. CL 1933. [Band, Orchestra, Newspaper, Yearbook, Class President, Debate Team, Treasurer Debate Club]
81. Herbert W. (Herb) Summers. CL 1932. [Chief of Police, Editor Newspaper, Yearbook, Dramatics, Manager Track, Debate Team]
82. Llewellyn C. Wheeler. New York Military Academy.
83. George H. (Tiny) Gardner. CL 1933. [Yearbook, Dramatics, Debate Club]
84. Thomas (Hinky) Dwyer. CL 1932. [Dramatics, Yearbook] Brother of # 27, # 37 and # 138.
85. Harold E. (Hal) Kelly. CL 1933. [Glee Club, Newspaper, Debate] Springfield College.
86. Walter Goodwyn.
87. George (Marshie) Moschberger. CL 1933. [Dramatics, Orchestra, Band, Glee Club]
88. Walter W. (Mac) McGuirk. CL 1934. [Senior Patrol]
89. Elmer Denereux.
90. Walton A. (Rock) Rockafellow. CL 1934. [Band, Dance Orchestra]
91. Harold Babin.
92. Frank E. (Bing) Hoffman. CL 1932.
93. Walter William (Spainy) Spain. CL 1934. [Glee Club, Track, Dramatics]
94. *Bert (Star) Mahon. CL 1934.
95. Thomas (Tom) English. CL 1935. [Newspaper, Yearbook, Basketball, Senior Patrol] Brother of # 115.
96. Chris. (Gus) Henry. CL 1935. [Glee Club, Yearbook, Newspaper, Dramatics]
97. *Elmer Walker.
99. Allen Billmeyer. Initiated as alumnus.
100. John M. (Jack) Callahan. CL 1935.