The P.M.C. News, Vol. VII, Issue 3 (Microfilm)
Photograph: "Varsity Polo Team Which Beat Princeton-Frank Kaiser, Warner Jones, and Co-Captain Jack Young."
Photograph: "Infantry and Cavalry in Snow Battle on Campus"
Photograph: "Basketball Team; Left to right-Cadets McFadden, Clark, Malinski, Lockwood, Stevens, Scarlett, McGuiney, Sobeck, Weaver and Von Grabill, manager"
"Six Hundred Chester Citizens Pay Warm Tribute to PMC's Undefeated Football Squad"
More than 600 Chester citizens gathered at PMC's Armory on January 31, 1935 to celebrate the 1934 undefeated football team. A testimonial dinner was held. In attendance: Colonel Frank K. Hyatt; Harry Stuhldreher, Villanova coach; "Rip" Miller, former Notre Dame star and now a Naval Academy coach; Marty Brill, La Salle coach; Emid Thomas, St. Joseph's College coach; Gerald Doherty, athletic director of the University of Delaware; Judson Timm; Chester Mayor William Ward, Jr.; Pennsylvania State Representative Ellwood Turner. A quote from an article written by Ross E. Kauffman of the _Philadelphia Evening Bulletin_ is cited.
"P.M.C. Grad Talks on Russia"
Colonel Clarence T. Starr, class of 1899, addressed the cadet battalion on February 8, 1935 on his experiences living in Russia.
"Cadet Cavalry Unit Wins Applause in the Inaugural Parade of Governor Earle"
The PMC cavalry unit took part in a Harrisburg parade for Pennsylvania Governor Elect Earle. A PMC unit last visited Harrisburg in order to aid Governor Curtin in aiding the city against a Civil War invasion by General Robert E. Lee. Those in the inaugural parade: Colonel Frank K. Hyatt; Lieutenant Ted Comfort; "Happy Bud" Clarence Combs; Jack Young.
"Cadet poloists Win One and Lose One in Phila."
The PMC polo team defeated the 109th Field Artillery by the score 12-5 on February 2, 1935. PMC then lost to the All-Philadelphia Team by the score 5 to 1-1/2 also on the same day.
"Yale Wins Over P.M.C."
The PMC varsity polo team lost to Yale University by the score 17-1/2 to 5-1/2 on February 16, 1935. Team: Kaiser. The PMC junior varsity team lost to the 109th Field Artillery by the score 15 to 6-1/2 also on the same day.
"Cadet Stickmen Win One; Lose One"
The PMC varsity polo team defeated the Quakers by the score 14 to 10-1/2 on January 12, 1935. Team: Warner Jones. The PMC second polo team lost to Greystone by the score 16-1/2 to 1-1/2 the same day.
"Cadet Passers Easily Down Delaware"
The PMC basketball team defeated the University of Delaware by the score 40-29 on January 18, 1935. Team: Jim Weaver. The PMC junior varsity basketball team lost to the University of Delaware junior varsity by the score 35-29 in a preliminary game.
"Cadets Take Villanova"
The PMC basketball team defeated Villanova University by the score 35-30 on February 6, 1935.
"College Basketmen Beaten by St. Joseph College"
The PMC basketball team lost to St. Joseph's College by the score 38-32 on January 26, 1935. Team: Russell McGuiney; Frank Malinski.
"Cadet Poloists Win Two Games in Philadelphia"
The PMC varsity polo team defeated All Philadelphia by the score 12-7 on February 9, 1935. The PMC junior varsity polo team defeated the First City Troop by the score 9-8 on the same day. An excerpt from a _Philadelphia Record_ article by Mike Devitt is included. Team: Jack Young, co-captain.
"P.M.C. Loses to Yale"
The PMC basketball team lost to Yale University by the score 41-23 on January 12, 1935.
The engagement of Cadet Captain Stanton S. von Grabill and E. Louise Hearne is recounted. It is also revealed how von Grabill's father won back the family's hereditary title in Germany. Thus, von Grabill is actually a baron.
"Cadet Basketmen Down St. Joseph's College in Close Tossing Classic"
The PMC basketball team defeated St. Joseph's College by the score 35-34 on February 18, 1935. Team: Frank Malinski; Russ McGuiney.
Arthur Agree, PMC grad from Troy, NY, married Lillian Cohn of Schenectady, NY recently at New York City.
"Cadet J.V.'s Beaten By Up-State Poloists"
The PMC junior varsity polo team lost to the "Whipps" by the score 15-8 on January 12, 1935. Team: Scarlett; Kaiser; Pickering.
"Cadet Mallet Swingers Crush Princeton in Phila. Tanbark Battle"
The PMC polo team defeated Princeton University on February 13, 1935. Team: Kaiser; Jack Young; Warner Jones.
"Cadet Poloists Bow to Trenton in Over-Time Mallet Battle"
The PMC polo team lost to 112th Field Artillery by the score 12-11 on January 19, 1935. Team: Jack Young, co-captain; Frank Kaiser.
"Cadet Passers Bow to Villanova Cagemen"
The PMC basketball team lost to Villanova University by the score 35-20 on January 19, 1935. It was the first game between the two schools in ten years. Team: Frank Malinski.
"Examinations Curtail All Social Activity"
With the exception of basketball games, all social activity within PMC is at a standstill do to mid-year examinations.
"Cadet Passers Defeat Penn A.C. Five"
The PMC basketball team defeated Penn A.C. by the score 38-33 on January 16, 1935. Team: Frank Malinski; Stevens.
"Society Again Marks Time"
Social activity at PMC paused for mid-year examinations, yet came to life again with the Sophomore Dance on February 22, 1935, which introduced the sophomores into society.
"Colonel Henry L. Ward"
Colonel Henry L. Ward, ex-cadet, died recently at Burlington, VT. Ward's obituary from the ¬_Philadelphia Evening Ledger_ is reprinted.
"Cadets Bow to West Chester"
The PMC basketball team lost to West Chester State Teachers' College by the score 31-26 on February 16, 1935.
The Sophomore Hop was held on February 22, 1935. Receiving: Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt; Mrs. William S. Blakeley; Mrs. Edwin D. Glauser; Mrs. Frank G. Sweeney. Student committee: Stanford H. Joffe; George Iredell; William R. Tumbelston; Harry Stevens, Jr.; Raymond R. Nesto.
"Captains and Managers"
The article lists team captains and managers. Football: William Henry Pollock, captain; Frederick Judson Zimmerman, co-manager; William Chase Pickering, co-manager. Basketball: James Arthur Weaver, captain; Stanton Strickler von Grabill, manager. Indoor Polo: John McCauley Young, Jr., captain; Frederick Zimmerman, manager. Baseball: Herbert R. Amey, Jr., captain; John Douglas Roberts, manager.
Varsity: Jim Weaver is team captain. Freshman-Preparatory: Coach Wagner is the newly appointed head of Preparatory School athletics. Tigers: Frank Malinski, coach.
Those mentioned: Leichthammer; von Grabill; Feige; Scarlett; Bechtel; Luis Nunez; Lieutenant Rabinovitch; Harmon Smith; Robert C. Stephenson; Stanhope; Jim Weaver; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Leet; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chandler Christy; Burgess Turner; "Hank" Greenberger.
"Prep Alumni Notes"
Alan Clark, class of 1932, is assistant sales manager of the Clark Chewing Gum Company.
Marriages in the class of 1935: Robert G. Wyder, Jr.; Stephen E. Tracey, Jr.; Frank M. Risser; George D. Van Sciver, 2nd.
Engagement in class of 1935: Jack Riddle; William J. Mandell; Frank G. Burke; Stanton S. von Grabill.
Glessner Paull and Andy Robertson are studying at Dartmouth; Albert Garfinkel is at Franklin and Marshall; Dan Lazar at University of Pennsylvania.
The Preparatory School is again on the Accredited List, according to Headmaster Karl E. Agan.
Richard Wetherill, chairman of the Resident Committee of the Board of Trustees, died recently. He and his late brother Robert were prominent Chester bankers with the Chester-Cambridge Bank and Trust Company. PMC graduates in the family: son Robert Wetherill, JR., class of 1900; John L. Wetherill, class of 1905; grandson Richard Wilson, class of 1925.
Frank Miller Risser, Preparatory class of 1931 and PMC class of 1935, will marry Dorothy Elizabeth Spence on February 2, 1935. Spence is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Spence.
"J.V. Poloists Lose to Artillery Stickmen"
The PMC junior varsity polo team lost to the 112th Artillery by the score 14-1/2 to 6 on February 8, 1935. Team: Al Plaut.
"Society Happenings During Christmas Holidays"
The PMC Assembly Ball was held at the Four Horsemen Club. Many cadets and alumni attended.
The International was a popular spot during the holidays, often frequented by Jack Young.
Howard Lanin's Town Casino was also popular, especially with Sidney Daroff.
The Charity Ball in Chester was attended by: Robert Ford; J. Willard Britten; Richard Wilson; Eugene Knoblaunch; Robert C. Stephenson. Jan Savitt provided music.
A Junior League Cabaret was held at the International. Attendees: James A. Weaver and Nancy Kerr; William C. Ikering and Ida Kerr; John McC. Young, Jr.; Warner Jones.
Rose Tree Hunt Club frequenters: William Pickering and Ida Kerr; James Weaver; Nancy Kerr; Mary Louise Trainer; Harmon Smith; Robert C. Stephenson.
New Year's parties were attended by: Herbert R. Amey, Jr.; Jeanne Evans; William H. Pollock; Honey Lash.
A well-attended "Get-to-Gether" Dinner was held on January 8, 1935 at PMC.
Nancy Baldi hosted a dinner dance at the Bellevue-Stratford. Guests: Leonard D. Frescoln; Raymond E. Eggleston, Jr.
Colonel Frank K. Hyatt and Mrs. Hyatt attended Janet Peters' debut at Belmont Mansion.
Jack Campbell spent Christmas in Miami Beach.
"College Day of Prayer"
The annual college day of prayer was observed February 4, 1935. Speakers: Jack Foster, Boy Scout Executive of Philadelphia; John Abbott, Philadelphia illustrator; Captain John Beck of New York City; Charles Brickley, former Harvard football star; Rev. Harriman of St. James Episcopal Church, Philadelphia; Thomas Walton, ex-cadet; Professor Medlen, University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Hyatt gave a luncheon.
"Whirls During the Mid-Winter Furlough"
In addition to the Four Horsemen Club dance on February 1, 1935, other small parties were held at various locations. Individuals mentioned: "Bud" Pollock; Leonard Frescoln; Raymond E. Eggleston, Jr.; Robert C. Stephenson; Helen Anna Horter; Nancy Baldi; Mary Louise Trainer; John Mc. Young, Jr.; Frank R. Kaiser; Warner Jones; William C. Pickering; Wilbert Wells; Albert Lister; Leonard D. Frescoln; Raymond E. Eggleston, Jr.; Mr. Lindly C. Scarlett; James A. Weaver; Ida Kerr; Edison H. Stanhope; William Pollock; William Leiser; Harmon Smith.
"Preps Win Opener"
The Preparatory School basketball team defeated Church Farm School by the score 25-15. Team: Battinger; Farrell; Scarlett; Ryan; Gandy.
"Baltimore Beats PMC"
The PMC basketball team lost to the University of Baltimore by the score 47-45 on February 13, 1935. Team: Frank Malinski.
January and February cadet birthdays are listed: George S. Iredell; George C. Friend; George M. Whitenack; Wilfred Farrell; James H. Arnold; John Mc. Young, Jr.; Russell J. McGuiney; Andrew M. Lacek; George E. Burke; John F. Rhodes; Warner L. Jones; Wilbert E. Wells; Frank O. Leichthammer; Edmund A. McCadden; George H. Bechtel; Herbert A. Amey, Jr.; Albert Plaut; Raymond R. Nesto; Joseph N. Russell; Cyril Sobeck.
Stanton S. von Grabill became engaged to E. Louise Hearne of Philadelphia on December 20, 1934.
Frank M. Risser, former member of the class of 1935, married Dorothy Spence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Spence of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt entertained the junior class at a dinner dance on February 15, 1935. Simultaneously, Colonel Hyatt was the guest of honor at a dinner given by the New York members of the PMC Alumni University at the Columbia University Club in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kreuger of Llewellyn Park, NJ gave a reception on February 10, 1935 in honor of the marriage of Gottfried W. Smith, graduate, and Frances Mentesole of England. Smith plans to enter to diplomatic service.
Roy Haines Faulconer, PMC graduate from West Chester, PA, married Mary Fullerton of Swarthmore, PA.
Colonel and Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt hosted a dinner for the Delaware County member of the Alumni Association on February 8, 1935.
"Cadets Capture Lehigh"
The PMC basketball team defeated Lehigh University by the score 45-44 on February 9, 1935. Team: Frank Malinski; Jim Weaver.