The P.M.C. News, February 1918
"Cheery Picture of Life Overseas by Lt. Moore"
Contains a picture of Lieutenant Lucius L. Moore, U.S.M.C. who was Second Lieutenant of the 77th Company 1st Machine gun Battalion in the Marines. He related news from France near the front.
"W.S.S. Crimp Store's Receipts"
The College Store recently added Thrift Stamps and has noticed less trade now that cadets are not partaking of the usual luxuries.
"'Over in France'"
The first verse of a marching song created by William H. Blake, Professor of English and Glee Club moderator.
"'Bonne Chance!' Blake Leaves These Shores"
William H. Blake, had of the English Department and Glee Club director, sailed for France on Saturday, February 16, 1918. He received gifts from the cadets before his departure. Professor Karl Agan will be replacing him.
"P.M.C. Songs 'Go Over' – College Words to Trumpet Calls in 'Songs the Soldiers Sing'"
Leo Feist, Inc. of New York City published a pocket-sized volume entitled "Songs the Soldiers Sing" for the soldiers. The volume incorporate P.M.C. words to reveille, mess, sick and stable, calls.
"He Did His Bit at Appomattox, and He Still is Doing It"
Captain Clarence Walworth Backus, a graduate of the Pennsylvania Military Academy, is the oldest living staff member of General Wesley Merritt who commanded Sheridan's Cavalry Corps. He took a verbal order at Appomattox that forced the Confederate surrender. At 72 years of age, he is active in local organizations to assist the current war effort. Photograph of Backus included.
"Colonel Hyatt Reports to Board of Trustees"
At a meeting on February 14, 1918 at the Hotel Bellevue-Stratford in Philadelphia, Dr. L. Webster Fox, Major Medical Reserve Corps, Vice-President of the Board, presidedas Hon. John Wanamaker (president) was absent. In attendance: Rev. Dr. William A. Patton, major Ruckard Hurd, Rev. Francis M. Taitt, Colonel Frank G. Sweeney, Judge Oliver B. Dickinson, George C. Hetzel, General Lewis T. Bryant, Judge Norris S. Barratt, and Colonel Charles E. Hyatt. Hyatt reported that enrollment was up; applicants had been turned away. Commented on college's recent designation as an Infantry Unit, Senior Division, of the U.S. Reserve Officers' Training Corps. He also commended the work of the Chester Citizens' Corps. Reported that P.M.C. had been approved as a technical engineering school for the Army and Navy.
"'Pershing to his troops,' Holben"
Arthur F. J. Holben of Company G, 51st Infantry, reports that his division has adopted Pershing's advice to soldiers as its motto. Holben is a First Lieutenant at Camp Forrest, Georgia, where he is planning to take the Captain examination.
"'How Few Men Stand Erect,' Matty"
First Lieutenant Frank J. Matty, '05, at Camp Devens, Massachusetts, reports that his 301st Field Artillery division does not have proper carriage. He praises his P.M.C. training.
"'Opportunities For Men," Rosen"
Sergeant John Rosen, Company 11, 154th Deport Brigade writes from Camp Meade about the need for P.M.C. men.
"Hobart Wears Out Arm Saluting As Milan Celebrates U.S. Declaration Against Austria"
James C. Hobat Jr., '16, was with the American Red Cross and the Italian Army in Milan. He relates the celebratory atmosphere in Milan on December 17, 1918 when Italy learned of the American declaration of war against Austria.
"Honor Roll Scrapes Only Surface of Patriot Mine"
List of those enrolled: Alfred H. Gale, John S. Jadwin, Howell H. Thomas, George H. Timmins, John W. Aitken, Jr., W.C. Harmount, Charles G. Hequembourg, Don P. Keelor, Edward Hayes, Jerome King, Ross Kirk, William VanDyke, Willard J. Sickles.
"Six Trustees U.S. Officers"
Merritt H. Smith, Rukard Hurd, Frank Sutton, John W. Loveland, Dr. L. Webster Fox, and Gurnee Munn are Board of Trustees members now in service.
"Observe College Day of Prayer"
College Day of Prayer was held on January 31, 1918. Speakers: J.H. Jefferis of Fidelity Storage & Warehouse Company of Philadelphia and Rev. Dr. A.L. Latham of Third Presbyterian Church of Chester.
"Henry, '05, Captains Citizens"
James Henry Jr. elected captain of Chester Citizens' Corps. Succeeded Captain Edmund Cramp now in service.
"Four Lieutenant Colonels – Rapid Promotion for P.M.C. Men Serving Their Country"
To be Lieutenant Colonels: Irving J. Carr, Claude S. Fries, J.A. Hodges, Horace P. Hobbes. To be Majors: Benjamin s. Barry, John H. Jouett. To be Captains: Henry V. deHority, St. Clair Smith. To be First Lieutenants: Hyman G. Rosenbloom, Arthur P. Shock. To be Second Lieutenant: Keith B. Hubbard.
"Cadet Quintet Loses Two Games"
Basketball teams was defeated by Lebanon Valley on February 9, 1918, 28-7. Lost to University of Pennsylvania on February 16, 37-9.
"Military Institutions Show Splendid Record"
Association of Military Schools and Colleges of the United States held its annual meeting in Washington on February 7, 1918. It presented a record of service to the War Department to show the value of the schools. Colonel Charles E. Hyatt was in attendance. Major General George Barnett and Colonel John J. Bradley praised the schools' efforts.
"Juniors Present Essays on Technical Subjects"
Essays presented on February 15, 1918 by: Herbert Fleet, M. Morton Sickles, Edmund H. Harvey, Augustus L. Purdy, Chester J. Sowinski, John A. Pool, Lester T. Wilcox.
"U.S. Railway Expert Gives Address on War"
Maor W.A. arrett of Remington Arms, with a plant at Eddystone, addressed the corps on February 11, 1918.
"From Lloyd to Moore, 6000 Miles"
F. Cavarre Lloyd is at Camp Lewis, Washington. Lieutenant Lucius L. Moore is in France.
"Lee Crosses Potomac! Cadets to Gettysburg"
Memories of F.E. Townsend, class of 1863, relating to his time in the Civil War and the Battle of Gettysburg.
"From Major Shaw, at Greenleaf"
Major Henry L.K. Shaw is at Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia.
"'In Touch With Old P.M.C.'"
Captain Harry C. Fry, Jr. writers from Gerstner Field, lake Charles, Louisiana.
The P.M.C. News, March 1918
"Ten Diamond Jubilees"
Baseball Schedule announced by Manager Alfred L. Hummel. Coach is "Si" Pauxtis.
"Pool Captains the Nine – Catcher, three-Letter Man, Chosen to Lead Baseball"
J. Henry Pool elected captain of of baseball to replace Leon A. Campuzano who left for service.
"Club Cheers Blake and Sings 'Over in France'"
Glee Club performed on March 8, 1918 under direction of Professor Purd E. Dietz, and manager Richard V. Huebner. They "shouted" greetings to Professor William H. Blake stationed in France. Cadets involved: T. Reed Kennedy, A. Lawrence Bender, Miss Elizabeth Gallagher, J.A.G. Campbell, Jr., Rosa, Purdy, Claus, Hummel, Huebner, W. Lupton, Bastian, Sachs, Williamson, Bender, E. Lupton, E.W. Backes, Kennedy, Vea, Rumberger, Wettengel, Mehrer, Seaton, Jackson, Myers, Davis, Van Gunten, Minster.
"Uncle Sam Chooses a P.M.C. Man to Direct Ordnance Production – Jones, '86, Controls Munitions Output of Great Plants"
Photograph of John C. Jones.
"Major Mehard Instructs at Ft. Sill"
Major Churchill B. Mehard is Instructor in Firing at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
"Three More Captains are with the Colors"
Eugene S. Hoopes, William Van Dyke, Henry W. Lea, Frederick DeL. Comfort, Clarence G. Paige, William Worrell Wagner received commissions promotions.
"Philippine Cadets Wins Gymnastic Competition – 'Who's Who in the Gym'"
Juan Chuidian, Augustus L. Purdy, John K. Baxter, Frank B. Hineline, Frederik W. Backes received awards on March 22, 1918. Others: J.C. Kimmele, Jr., Lewis, Mueller, Dorney, Ortiz, Backes. W.C. Seaton managed the team. Clown team amused audience: Linn, Lutz, Campbell, McKinney, Backes. Horse Team: Lutz, Backes, Baxter, Bowman, Campbell, Davenport, Ferguson, Hineline, Johnson, Lawshe, Linn McKinney, G. O'Hanlon, Sachs, Schwartz, T.J. Smith, Steinhart, Zink. Paul Wednler is gymnastics instructor.
"Trench Mortar Talk by British Captain"
Captain Barrow Green, of Royal Naval Division of British Army, spoke to cadets on February 21, 1918.
"Publicity Trip for Economists – Study Operation of Big Newspaper Plant and Advertising Agency"
Cadets visited _Philadelphia Public Ledger_ on March 7, 1918. Also visited Mr. George H. Thornley of the N.W. Ayer & Son Advertising Agency.
"Visit American Bridge Plant – Cadets Inspect Great Pencoyd Branch on Study Trip"
R.J. Davis, General Manager of the Eastern District of the American Bridge Company allowed cadets to view the plant of the Pencoyd Branch of the American Bridge Company in Philadelphia on February 28, 1918.
"Engineers at Filtration Plant"
Engineering cadets visited the new Chester Water Company on February 25, 1918.
"Intra-Coastal Waterways Lecture"
Second Class Engineers attended a speech at the New Century Club of Chester on march 5, 1918.
"Hatton, Feared on 'Tuscania,' Safe"
Lieutenant Frank B. Hatton has arrived in France. He was feared to have gone down on the Tuscania on February 5, 1918.
"Stiff Training for Artillery Officers"
Major John Winthrop Loveland and Captain Herbert H. Smedley relate the training of artillery officers.
"'Work and Study Hard,' Milburn"
First Lieutenant Knapp Milburn writes from Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina.
"'Mr. Kaiser, Call in Your Army'"
Kenneth Waterall writes from Camp Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas.
"1918 Football Schedule"
"Washington's Birthday Fittingly Celebrated"
Garnett Pendleton, Esq., President of the Cambridge Trust Company of Chester spoke. A Stokes' weapon was fired; it was brought from Camp Dix by Captain Barrow Green. Gun was demonstrated by British Sergeant Norman C. License and Captain Edward Brautigaum. Pool, Voskamp, Richards, Harvey, Bastian, Crothers, Kimmerle,Pleet, Naylor played in a basketball game. A dance was also held. William J. Simpson, father of cadet William R. Simpson, provided "hop" music.
"Juniors in Lively Tilts – Dyer Hall Wins at Basketball and Baseball; 2nd Form Takes Debate"
Dyer Hall team: McCaffrey, Kugler, McChesney, H. Bayuk, F. Backes, W. Reddy. Hyatt Hall lineup: George, Hodgskin, Hoffman, Wishart, Speakman, W. Whitcomb, E. Bayuk, Dalsimer. Junior Cadets who won debate: McChesney, Clay, George, Others who participated: Mohun, Tannenholz, Campbell.
"1920 Wins Morris Trophy"
Class of 1920 won Morris Inter-Class Basketball Trophy. Winners: Henry Pool, Richards, Voskamp, Crothers, Naylor, Sweeney, Brogden. Other players: Harvey, Purdy, Sickles, Pleet, Sowinski, Bastian, Minton, Mueller, Ennis, Mehrer, Gluck, Clause.
"Award Basketball Insignia"
Letters went to Harvey, Voskamp, Richards, Bastian, Crothers, Kimmerle, Naylor, and Pleet.
"'Dare-Devil Aviators' in England"
Gustave E. Woerwag writes from England.
"Philadelphia Ledger Pays High Tribute to P.M.C. for Part Already Played in War"
An article entitled "The Little West Point of the Keystone State in the World War" was published in the Magazine Section of _The Philadelphia Public Ledger_ by Charles W. Duke. Cadets appear in article photographs: "Ned" Cook, Lieutenant David Gordon Allen, James c. Hobart, Jr., Keith B. Hubbard, and Charles Bartow.
"Anxiety Felt for Hobart – Suffering winter Tortures on Alpine Front When Last Heard From"
James C. Hobart last wrote from the Alpines in Italy. Mrs. Robert Fleming Beard provided excerpts from his letter.
"Loveland, Jr. in Coast Artillery"
Second Lieutenant John W. Loveland, Jr. will now be in Coast Artillery Corps at fortress Monroe, Virginia.
"Third Class Cadets Hosts at Annual Hop"
Hop held on March 15, 1918. Patronesses: Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt, Mrs. Albert Dutton MacDade, Mrs. Edwin D. Clauser, Mrs. Garnett Pendelton, Mrs. Lawrence Southard. Committee: Shepard A. Naylor, J. Henry Pool, William Richardson, Jr., Arthur Y. Schilling, Jose M. Del Carpio.
"Spring Term Starts April 9 – U.S. Government Inspection Comes Soon After Opening"
Offers schedule of various spring term events.
"Blake Dodges Boche Subs"
William H. Blake arrived safely in France.
The P.M.C. News, April 1918
"Carnegie Steel Elects Clyde Vice-President – P.M.C. Man Wins High Honor in Commercial World"
Photograph of William G. Clyde, ex-cadet of 1888. He was elected Vice-President, General manager of Sales, and a Board of Directors member of Carnegie Steel Company.
"Arrived 'Over There'"
Captain Clarence E. Myers and First Lieutenant William C. Godfrey arrived in France.
Bernard J. Cahn died in duty at Camp Dix, New Jersey.
"Rathbone Directs Red Cross Insurance"
R. Chesbrough Rathbone, class of 1897, is Insurance Director of American Red Cross. Roland Rathbone, his brother and a P.M.C. graduate, is a driver for the American Ambulance.
"Huns By Sea and Air Strike Near to Blake – 'Boys, Pray!' Is His Message From Overseas"
William H. Blake, former Professor of English and Glee Club director writes from France.
"King George Decorates Ralston with the D.S.O. – Former Cadet, Canadian Hero, Now Brigadier General"
George H. Ralston, ex-cadet of 1882, was decorated with the Distinguished Service Order, conferred at Buckingham Palace.
"Corps' Efficiency is Tested by Government"
Lieutenant Charles Givins, Colonel Alfred Reynolds, and Captain Edward Brautigam inspected the corps on April 15, 1918. The corps passed.
"Minturn, '80, Lieutenant In The Line"
Joseph A. Minturn returned to the service from civil life.
"Cadets Open Diamond Season With Victory"
P.M.C. beat Art & Textile of Philadelphia, 8-6, on April 20, 1918.
"Cameron On Leave In Emerald Isle"
Donald G. Cameron visited Ireland while on leave from France.
"'Yanks' Make Things Hum – Amodio, 'Over There' at the Front, Sees Boys 'Do Their Bit'"
Lieutenant Allio F. Amodio writes. He is stationed in the same department as Lieutenant Keith B. Hubbard.
"Errors Win for Ursinus – Cadets Register 13 Glaring Misplays And Lose, 15-1"
P.M.C. loses baseball game to Ursinus, 15-1, on April 24, 1918.
"Swarthmore Wins at Nets – Soldier Racquet Wielders Outplayed at Singles and Doubles"
Swarthmore beat P.M.C. in tennis matches. Tennis team: Cowee, Lawshe, Paige, Falkenhainer. Tennis manager is Lawrence M. Swift. The college has two new tennis courts.
"Memories Stirred of Salute to U.S. Grant"
_The Philadelphia Public Ledger_ recently mentioned a salute offered to General Ulysses S. Grant by P.M.C. during his tour of the world in 1877.
"Faculty Bows In Bitter Defeat"
A faculty-cadet baseball game was played on April 17, 1918. The cadets won, 19-4. Faculty players: Lieutenant Carson, Captain Brautigam, Mr. Stanley, Coach Pauxtis, Professor Strom, Professor McClure, Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt, Mr. Klingbeil, Dean Wyman. Davenport, Lupton, Davis pitched for cadets.
"Lieutenant Stoever at Peoria"
J. Wilson Stoever is at Peoria, Illinois.
"New Professor in Economics – Dr. Bushnell, In War Work, Succeeded by Professor Barnes"
Doctor Charles J. Bushnell resigned for service. Professor Horace R. Barnes has taken his place.
"Heavy Enrollment For Fall"
"Ballade of Great Captains"
"Mead, First Lieutenant Cavalry"
Gabriel R. Mead is in Brownsville, Texas.
"Cramp, Gridiron Hero, in Service, Marries
Edmund Cramp married Florence Charlotte Hawker on April 22, 1918 in Fairmont, West Virginia. Lieutenant Colonel Frank B. Hyatt, Cramp's brother-in-law, acted as best man. Cramp left for service after five days' leave.
"War Wedding For 'Brod'"
Sergeant I.J. Brodsky married Hulda Jane Apt on April 27, 1918 at Beth Israel Temple, Philadelphia. Bride is cousin of Jerome Apt, Brodsky's P.M.C. classmate.
"Citizens' Corps in Liberty Parade"
The Chester Citizens' Corps, commanded by Captain James Henry, Jr., participated in a Liberty Parade in Chester on April 6, 1918. Colonel Frank G. Sweeney was Chief Marshall; Captain Edward Brautigam was an aide.
"Major Berry Over With First Troops"
Major Benjamin S. Berry, class of 1902, commands troops in France.
"Osborne Has Seen Real Service"
James G. Osborne served in France in 1918. After his service, he enlisted in the cavalry and trained at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont.
"The Three Musketeers"
"Moore's Battalion is Reviewed by Pershing – Marines Ready and Waiting to Hit the Hun"
Lieutenant Lucius L. Moore writes from France.
"Officers' Schools Open May 15"
"Refuses 'Swivel Chair' Commissions"
Frank B. Smith, Jr. turned down office commissions for aviation service. He is training in Princeton, New Jersey.
"Morey Now Lieutenant Colonel"
Lewis Sidney Moore commissioned Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry in the National Army.
The P.M.C. News, February 1920
"Handsome Pool Presented to P.M.C. by Chas J. Webb"
Charles J. Webb announced on December 23, 1919 that he would donate a swimming pool to be placed in the new armory. Charles J. Webb & Company was Philadelphia's leading wool merchant. His three sons attended P.M.C.: Charles E. Webb, or "Ed," graduated in 1903 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry; Andrew F. Webb graduated in 1905 with a chemistry degree; and Herbert K. Webb withdrew during his junior year in 1909 to enter the family business.
"P.M.C. 1920 Squad Full of Promise Says Coach Pauxtis"
The article lists the 1920 football schedule. Campuzano, Lloyd, and Henry will return to make up the backfield. Crow will play center. Fried will be replaced by Mueller as right tackle. Sweeny will be replaced by Bryant at left tackle. Voskamp will leave his left end position to be replaced by Claus. Malinowski will be right guard, replacing Schilling. Maguire may be a guard; Lawshe is captain and will play right end.
"Lieut. Church Had Interesting Experience in Brazilian Jungles"
Lieutenant Earl Church, Associate Professor of Engineering, worked with Dr. Hamilton Rice's expedition in Brazil where he aided in mapping the Amazon and the Negro.
Photograph of Earl Church.
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated the Textile School of Philadelphia 42-26 on January 10, 1920. Players: Crow, Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano.
"Lieut. Cowee Sees Future for Philadelphia in Air-Commerce"
Lieutenant Theodore H. Cowee, Air Service, is an instructor of aeronautics at P.M.C. He proposes steps that Philadelphia should take to invite air commerce.
"Position of Responsibility Given P.M.C. Graduate"
Major C.E. Myers, class of 1909, has been given responsibility of state highway work in Delaware, Montgomery, and Chester counties.
"P.M.C. Student Brings Message From Far-Away Bolivia"
Jose M. del Carpio is the nephew of former Circe-President del Carpio of the Republic of Bolivia. Jose del Carpio is taking a civil engineering course at P.M.C. He feels that the Germans are undermining American trade in Bolivia.
Lieutenants Campuzano and Pool are assigning the Military Department in its bayonet drill. Both men had served in the war effort.
"Basketball Season Gets Under Way at P.M.C."
D.E. Shull coaches the Sophomore Team. He is an instructor in the Junior School. Professor of English N. E. McClure will coach the Senior Team. Karl E. Agan, an English instructor, will coach the Junior Team. Frank C. Johnson, a Junior School instructor, will coach the Freshmen. Frank Griffin has been employed to work with the Varsity and second teams; he is the former coach for Swarthmore College. Varsity lineup: Pool, Trump, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow. Second team lineup: Brumby, Rosenbloom, Anders, Battin, Mehrer. Team schedule is given.
Photograph: "The Five Coaches of the Six Basketball Teams at Pennsylvania Military College. Left to right: Prof. D.E. Shull, instructor in the Junior School; Prof. N.E. McClure, instructor in English; Frank Griffin, coach of the Varsity; Prof. Karl E. Agan, instructor in English; Prof. Frank C. Johnson, instructor in the Junior School."
"Still in the Service"
Lieutenant Donald Fitzgerald, class of 1907, is still at Fort Bliss, Texas with the 104th Aero Squadron. Captain Raymond C. Ward, class of 1910, remains at Fort Storey, Fort Henry, Virginia. Harold V. Carson, class of 1916, is with the Engineer Corps in Poland. Gustave E. Warway, class of 1915, served with the Medical Corps and has re-enlisted. Albert F. Huntt, class of 1891, received a Master of Architecture by P.M.C. in 1912. [Note: The information about Albert Huntt in this issue of the P.M.C. News is incorrect. Huntt received a Bachelor in Architecture Degree from PMC in 1892.]
"P.M.C. Opens Swiftly; Two Faculty Changes"
P.M.C. opened for winter term on January 6, 1920 with high enrollment. Colonel Hyatt was present; Dean Wyman prepared a cadet schedule. Summerfield M. McCarteney, A.B., takes the place of Professor Horace R. Barnes as Professor of Economics. Elmer L. Hunting, B.S., takes the place of E.B. Miller as Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
The P.M.C. News, March 1920
"P.M.C. Grad. Dies at His Home in Denver; Was Noted Physician"
Dr. Edgar Parker Hershey, class of 1881, died after an illustrious career as a physician primarily interested in diseases of the lungs.
"Cadets Win Victory"
P.M.C. defeated Villanova College 43-19 on January 23, 1920. Team: Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow.
"Cadets Enthusiastic Over Inter-Class Basketball Games"
This year, the Varsity team will not participate in inter-class matches. The inter-class teams compete for the Morris trophy. Coach Shull manages the Sophomore Team: Boswell, McKinney, Wyman, Lloyd, Morris, Bryant, Henry, Berry, Bumberger. Coach Johnson leads the Freshman Team: McCaffery, McGuire, Backes, Hodgskin, Morton, Dalsimer, Worley. Karl E. Agan's Junior Team is: Lyons, Dale, O'Hanlon, Muller, Claus, Lawshe. Professor McClure coaches the Senior Team: Richards, Campbell, Backes, Schilling, Sweeney, Myers, Jackson, Mosser.
Petition for previous graduates to send new cadets to the school.
"Degrees Will be Granted Prominent Men, February 27"
Exercises celebrating Washington's Birthday were held in the armory on February 27, 1920. Honorable Warren G. Harding, the Ohio Senator, was the speaker. Degrees conferred: Senator Harding, Doctor of Laws; Major General William M. Black, Doctor of Engineering; Lieutenant John Philip Sousa, Doctor of Muisc; John C. Jones, class of 1886, doctor of Applied Science. Dean Francis Mr. Taitt was orator. Kendle's band of Philadelphia played Sousa marches.
"Cadets Inspect Bridges"
The first and second engineering classes inspected new bridges on the Pennsylvania freight line from Marcus Hook to Philadelphia. Professor of Engineering Harold C. Bird led the trip.
"New Armory Brings Joy to Cadets"
Charles J. Webb donated the pool. Leon Campuzano is providing swimming lessons. The Armory provides an area for indoor winter sports.
Photograph of pool in Armory. Cadet swimming team is pictured: Robert H. Brumby, A. Ross Fillebrown, Bill Crow, Leon Campuzano, "Hank" Pool, John c. Perry, Dick Fried.
"P.M.C. Defeats the College of Osteopathy"
P.M.C.'s basketball team defeated the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy 30-19 on January 17, 1920. Team: Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow.
"Lieut. Cowee Urges Aviators Department for Philadelphia"
Lieutenant Theodore H. Cowee wrote a letter to Mayor Moore indicating how Philadelphia should proceed in organizing a department of aeronautics. The letter is included in the article.
P.M.C.'s basketball team beat Ursinus College 25-24 on February 4, 1920. Team: Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow.
"Third-Class Hop a Success"
The Sophomore Class gave a hop on February 6, 1920 in the Armory.
"Day of Prayer Observed by Cadets"
The college day of prayer was observed on January 29, 1920. Rev. Dr. John W.R. Sumwalt, the pastor of Grace M.E. Church in Wilmington, Delaware, spoke. Rev. John C. Bieri of Chester assisted.
"New Equipment for P.M.C."
The U.S. government ordered that P.M.C. receive Springfield rifles with complete field equipment: machine guns, automatic rifles, hand grenades, and cavalry field equipment.
"Cadets Lose Game"
P.M.C.'s basketball team lost to Muhlenberg, 34-19, on January 31, 1920. Team: Pool, Brumby, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow.
"Elect New Trustees"
Charles J. Webb, Philadelphia wool merchant, and Alexander D. Irwin, Jr., class of 1903 and with Irwin & Leighton, Philadelphia contractors, were elected as trustees.
"P.M.C. Cadet Receives Letter in Rhyme"
A letter from a father to a cadet is published; it gives advice in rhyme.
Attend Washington Meeting"
Lieutenant Colonel Frank K. Hyatt, Lieutenant Colonel Bowman and Professor McClure attended the Association of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States meeting in Washington, D.C. on February 5, 1920.
"'Varsity Basketball Team Makes Fine Record"
Cadets had only registered two loses up until February 10, 1920. Coach frank Griffin was pleased. Team: Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Tump, Campuzano, Crow.
"Cadets Lose to Temple"
P.M.C.'s basketball team lost to Temple University, 34-21, on January 21, 1920. Team: Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow.
"Death of Major de Hority"
Major Jenry V. de Hority, class of 1906, died of pneumonia on January 29, 1920. The article gives highlights of his service record.
"Seniors Study Railroad Wreck"
On February 10, 1920, the Senior class and Professor Bird inspected a freight wreck at Lamokin, on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
The P.M.C. News, Vol. 4, Issue 7 (Microfilm)
"Artillery Enroute for P.M.C.—Two Guns in Equipment"
The War Department in Washington has sent equipment that will compose a section of an artillery unit.
"Lieutenant Church Given honors by French Government"
Lieutenant Earl F. Church, associate professor of engineering, received a citation certificate of the Order of University of Palms in honor of his scientific aid to France during the war.
The main college building has received a new white cement facing.
Thomas C. Billig takes the place of Summerfield McCarteney as professor of economics. George G. Schneider replaces Elmer H. Hunting as professor of mathematics.
The recently-arrived new equipment from the War Department brings P.M.C.'s military equipment up-to-date.
"New Rifle Range"
A new indoor rifle range for cadet use has been completed.
"P.M.C. Wins First Game of the Season-Reiley's Pitching amazes"
P.M.C.'s baseball team defeated Goldy College 11-6 on April 10, 1920. Team: Lutz, Lawshe, Voskamp, Pool, Campuzano, Anders, Wyman, Claus, Reiley, Henry.
Photograph of pitcher Philip J. Reiley.
Photograph of Alfred M. Hickman: "A promising swimmer of our Preparatory School."
Aberfoyle Manufacturing Company beat the P.M.C. baseball team 10-4 during a practice game on April 14, 1920. P.M.C. team: Lutz, Lawshe, Voskamp, Pool, Campuzano, Anders, Myers, Wyman, Pauxtis.
"Prof. Agan Speaks at Princeton"
Karl E. Agan, professor of public speaking, spoke before the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Eastern Public-Speaking Conference at Princeton on April 5-6, 1920. Former P.M.C. English Professor Horace G. McKean, presided.
Edward Lupton of the David Lupton Sons Company of Philadelphia has presented two six-inch trench mortars to P.M.C. Son D. Walter Lupton graduated in 1919; Edward Lupton, Jr. is a current junior.
"Spring New Life into College—Athletics Resume"
Baseball season has opened. Team: Lutz, Voskamp, Campuzano, PhilipReily, J. Henry Pool. Tennis season has opened. The cavalry is out.
On April 14, 1920, two cavalry platoons staged a sham battle. It took place near Wilmington and Lieutenant Colonel Hyatt directed.
Photograph of Colonel Charles E. Hyatt, Major General William M. Black, and Lieutenant Colonel Everett N. Bowman. It was a _Public Ledger_ photograph that was taken when General Black received his honorary degree of Doctor of Engineering.
"Three Huskies Train for 1920 Squad—Cut Down Beef"
Coach Si Pauxtis is training cadets for the fall football season. Frank Malinowski, Leroy Daloia, and Arthur L. Rosa are losing weight and gaining muscle.
P.M.C.'s baseball team lost to Philadelphia College of Osteopathy" on April 28, 1920 by 6-2.
Photograph of Junior Cavalry Squad: Gerald E. Hafleigh, George Steppacher, Boylston Hutchins, Henry Harrison High, Walter H. Zartman, Frederick H. Steinle, Jr., John Wister Evans, Jr., Alfred M. Gross.
On April 16, 1920, Major C.E. Myers, an engineer in the Pennsylvania State Highway Department, addressed upperclassmen. The lecture was part of a series presented by the Engineering Department.
"Noted Athlete Will Enter P.M.C. Next September"
Kenneth Mason of South Haven, Michigan will come to P.M.C. in the fall. He is a celebrated athlete in football and baseball. Harvey W. Hayes of Wilmington Delaware will also come in the fall to play football.
"No Hits—No Runs"
On April 24, 1920, Philip Reily shut out Franklin & Marshall.
Bris Lord will be the new coach of the baseball team.
The P.M.C. News, November 1920
"November 6 Will Go Down in Gridiron History at P.M.C."
On November 6, 1920, P.M.C.'s football team defeated Ursinus College 9-0. Team: Campuzano, Henry, Maguire, Malinowski, D'Aloia, Mueller, Rosa, Lawshe.
"Hallowe'en Cuts High Capers at P.M.C. Celebration"
The Second Class led the celebration with class president William G. Henry. Cadet Kane led the cadets from a picture expedition to the mess hall. Cadets Simonds and Buxton gave a jazz rendering.Llewellyn and Swoboda sang. "Knockout" Graham and "Battling Durant" boxed. Cadet Magowan gave a specialty dance.
"P.M.C. Graduate Likely to Become Secretary of President-Elect Harding"
George B. Christian Jr., class of 1896, may become the secretary to Harding.
Photograph of George B. Christian, Jr.: "Mentioned as Secretary to the President after March 4."
"Third Team Plays Haverford Prep."
Haverford Prep. defeated P.M.C.'s third team in a football game on November 10, 1920 by 6-0.
"Some Good Work at the Range"
The First and Second classes performed shooting at the State Rifle Range at Essington, PA on August 26, 1920. Cadet Captain George Ashcroft Lyons had the highest score; Cadet Lieutenant Nathan S. Trump was second. Myrle Russell Peck also participated.
"And Now Basket Ball"
This year's basketball team is comprised of Pool, Crow, Sacks, Riley, Rosenbloom, Dale, Trump, Salen, and others." Swimming, boxing, and gym work also look promising for the winter.
"Second Team Defeats Peddie"
The Second Team defeated Peddie in football 13-7 on November 3, 1920. Claus, Trump, Rosenbloom, and Zink are mentioned.
"Maguire is Out"
In the football game against Peddie on November 3, 1920, Maguire broke his collarbone. It has ended his season. Dale will fill in for him.
"P.M.C. Wins from Villanova College"
P.M.C.'s football team defeated Villanova College 13-6 on October 9, 1920. Team: Henry, Bryant, Mueller, Perry, Maguire, Fried, Lawshe, Claus, Pool, Lyster, Campuzano.
Photographs dispersed throughout this edition of the newspaper:
Photograph of "Fried, A Savage at Tackle"
Photograph of "Crow, One of the Stars of P.M.C.'s Varsity"
Photograph of "Mueller, A Crack Guard"
Photograph of "Bryant, An Able Gridiron Warrior"
Photograph of "Mehrer, P.M.C. Scrub Who Saved Cadets From Defeat in F. and M. Game by Catching Forward Pass Tossed for 35 Yards by Pool."
Photograph of "Perry, A Wizard at Centre"
"Cadets Get Thrills Listening to Lecture by Noted Strategist"
Lieutenant Colonel Arthur De Bles, former British Administrtor to Cologne, addressed the College on October 11, 1920. He spoke of World War strategy.
"Doing of Grads."
Updates on the class of 1920: Samuel Jackson, Frank Steinhart, Jr., Edward W. Backes.
"Sergeant De Swan"
First Sergeant John F. De Swann has arrived at P.M.C. to assist Colonel Bowman as sergeant of cavalry and artillery.
The cadets marched in Chester's Armistice Day parade, led by First Sergeant DeSwan. Kendle's Military Band led the parade. Colonel Hyatt, Lieutenant Colonel Bowman, Captain Brautigan, Lieutenant Church, and Sergeant Fleming also marched in the parade.
"Pauxtis Talks About Mehrer's Achievement"
Mehrer caught an impressive pass in the Franklin and Marshall game. Coach Si Pauxtis praised the effort.
Photograph of "Mehrer, P.M.C. Scrub Who Saved Cadets From Defeat in F. and M. Game by Catching Forward Pass Tossed for 35 Yards by Pool."
"P.M.C. Loses to Susquehanna"
Susquehanna University defeated the P.M.C. football team 35-0 on October 20, 1920. Team: Trump, Bryant, Mueller, Perry, Maguire, Fried, Lawshe, Claus, Pool, Crow, Campuzano.
Petition for previous graduates to send in information regarding the athletic history of P.M.C.
"P.M.C. Loses to St. John's"
St. John's College of Annapolis defeated the P.M.C. football team 10-7 on October 24, 1920. Team: Mehrer, Mueller, Maguire, Perry, Wyman, Bryant, Fried, Claus, Pool, Crow, Campuzano.
"Yale Man Visits P.M.C."
Professor Charles Sherman Farnham of Yale Scientific School visited Professor Bird. Farnham inspected and praised P.M.C.
"Splendid Record of Henry"
Henry, the P.M.C. varsity football left end, was injured in the Franklin and Marshall game and will be out for the rest of the season.
"Election Day at P.M.C."
The County Commissioners provided registration papers to P.M.C. A cadet debate on the current administration was held before the polls open. Winning debaters: Cadets Arthur L. Ross, George O'Hanlon, Lawrence Barbour. Losing debaters: Cadets Edward A. Mueller, Albert L. Mehrer, Jr., Karl E. Wettengel. Judges: Professors McLure and Agan, and Mr. Wallace.
"Who Siad Jazz? Ask the P.M.C. Orchestra"
A new P.M.C. jazz orchestra has formed and will perform on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Orchestra members: Lieutenant Church, Bryant, Barry, Phil Buxton, Sergeant Valdez.
"Distinguished Marksman Comes to P.M.C."
First Sergeant August Warnecke of U.S. Army will be the new property man and assist at the rifle range.
"Joy is the Keynote at Annual Rookies' Dance"
Miss Mabel Hyatt supervised the October 15, 1920 dance at P.M.C. The rookies' dances acquaint new cadets with the young ladies of Chester. Miss Hyatt, Mrs. Frank Hyatt, and Mrs. Elbert Hyatt received. Committee: Cadets Sacks, Salen, Backes.
"Cadets Inspect Water Plant"
First and Second engineering class students went to the Springfield pumping station and water plant on October 27, 1920 with Professor Church. Mr. Chaney manages the station.
"D'Aloia Out for the Season"
In the football game with Susquehanna University, D'Aloia broke his leg.
Other photographs in this edition:
Roman Riding of P.M.C. Cavalry Squad
A P.M.C. Horse Thrill
A Little Bayonet Chatter
The P.M.C. News, December 1920
Photograph of Rider: "'Going Over' at P.M.C."
"P.M.C. Defeats Washington College in Snappy Game"
The P.M.C. football team defeated Washington College 35-7 on November 20, 1920.
"Cadets Handle Big Questions Skillfully at Speaking Contest"
The annual College oratorical prize contest of the Junior Class was held November 12, 1920. Prizes: George Sheldon, Newton A. Wyman, Sidney Terry. Other speakers: William E. Crow, William Thomas Woodhouse, Lewis Lee Bryant, William P. McKinney, John Carson Perry.
"Cadets Outplay Delaware in Exciting Thanksgiving Game"
The P.M.C. football team tied Delaware 0-0 in a Thanksgiving day game. Team: Trump, Bryant, Dale, Perry, Lawshe, Fried, Mueller, Crow, Pool, Lyster, Campuzano.
Seniors participated in the annual reading of technical essays on December 3, 1920. Participants: George A. Lyons, C. Lawrence Barbour, George O'Hanlon, Jr., Karl We. Wettingel, David R. Lawshe, John H. Claus, Arthur L. Rosa, Lawrence H. Dale.
"Third Team Plays 0 to 0 Game"
The third football team played a 0-0 game with Chester High on November 20, 1920.
Photograph: "A Pair of Horse Thrills" – Cavalry jumping fence.
"Signal Corps Films Bring Cadets Close to Drama of World-War"
On November 24, 1920, pictures of the war taken by the Signal Corps were shown in the Assembly Hall.
"The 1921 Football Squad"
William E. Crow, Jr. will be captain under Coach Si Pauxtis.
"Annual Corps Ball"
The annual Corps Ball was held November 26, 1920. Receiving: Mrs. Sproul, Mrs. Wetherill, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Frank H. Hyatt.
"Cadets Escort Distinguished Governors Who Are Guests in Chester"
Governor Sproul restored Chester's Old City Hall from 1724. Other governors visited to mark the unveiling on December 4, 1920. Governors who visited: Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Coolidge, Thomas E. Campbell, Benjamin Ollcott, O.H. Shroup, W.L. Harding, Carl E. Milliken, S.R. McKelvie, Peter Norback, James G. Townsend, Jr., Henry J. Allen.
Photograph: "Cadets Escorting Visiting Governors"
"P.M.C. Has Fine Program of Winter Sports"
Basketball, swimming, boxing, wrestling, and gym work will take place this winter. F.A. Francis will supervise gym work. T.A. Mason will give boxing direction. Leon Campuzano will head swimming. D.A. Zink is captain of the gym team. Trump is varsity basketball captain.
"1921 Football Schedule"
Next year's team will include "Bud" Lyster, Bill Crow, Rosenbloom, Halinowski, D'Alvia, Zink, Salen, Boswell.
"Thanksgiving at P.M.C."
The senior class sounded the reveille. There was a big football game against Delaware. The upperclassmen gave a dinner to the football squad.
Dean Wyman has awarded varsity football letters to: Lawshe, Henry, Trump, Bryant, Fried, Dale, Mueller, Maguire, Malinowski, Perry, Campuzano, Pool, Lyster, Claus, Crow, Hayers. Second team letters: Rosa, D'Alvia, Lupton, Swoboda, Wyman, M. Nible, Morris, Babrook, Zink, Salen, McCaffery, Rosenbloom, Randall, Llewellyn, Rappeport.
"Fine Spirit Expressed at Football Squad Banquet"
Leon Campuzano, president of the First Class, served as toastmaster when the class gave a banquet to the football squad on Thanksgiving night. Coach Si Pauxtis, Campuzano, Pool, Lawshe, Trump, Mueller, Dale, Rosa, Fried attended. Guests of honor: Lewis T. Bryant, Commissioner of Labor in New Jersey; Sidney A. Pool, class of 1906; John A. Pool, class of 1919. Class of 1920 graduates in attendance: Edward W. Backes, Samuel M. Jackson, Frank Steinhart, Jr., Philip M. Sweeney, George A. Myers, John F. Mosser.
"Events of Thanksgiving Week"
Pictures from the War Department, courtesy of Colonel Julius T. Conrad, class of 1887, were shown on November 25, 1920. On November 26, 1920, Major Medorem Crawford presented an all-day advance attack problem with Captain Bryant as umpire. B Company was honored. The Corps Ball was held November 26, 1920. Receiving line: Mrs. William C. Sproul, Mrs. Richard Wetherill, Mrs. Everett N. Bowman, Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt.
The P.M.C. News, January 1921
"President-Elect Sends Photograph to Lieut. Col. Hyatt"
President-Elect Warren G. Harding sent his autographed photograph to Lieutenant Colonel Frank K. Hyatt.
Photograph is printed.
Hugh F. McCaffery succeeds Emmanuel Sacks as Third class president.
"Attention! Grads and Ex-Cadets"
Petition for graduates and ex-cadets to send in memories in honor of P.M.C.'s one hundredth anniversary in June, 1921.
"P.M.C. Plans to Celebrate Centennial in Month of June"
Plans included inviting President-Elect Warren G. Harding, an honorary degree recipient, and his secretary George B. Christian, Jr., class of 1896, to speak. Governor Sproul and the Mayor of Chester will be asked to participate. Honorable John Wanamaker, president of the Board of Trustees, will most likely speak. Henry J. Buxton, Recorder of the College, is compiling a P.M.C. history. John Donahue is assisting Buxton. The article contains a brief P.M.C. chronology. Mentions John Bullock, Samuel Alsop, Theodore Hyatt, and name changes.
"Cadets Find Joy in Gymnasium"
T.A. Mason is directing gym work, including: vaulting, hurdling, broad jump, hop-skip-and-jump, and other recreational activities. D.A. Zink is the gym captain. F.A. Mason is coaching boxing and wrestling. Leon Campuzano is coaching swimming.
Riley will return as pitcher in the next season.
"A Team de Luxe"
Coach Griffin praises the basketball team. Varsity: Pool, Riley, Crow, Trump, Campuzano, Allen, Niblo. Second team: Wyman, Rosenbloom, Batten, Leas, McCaffery.
"P.M.C. Grad. Talks to Engineering Classes"
Joseph W. Shirley, class of 1891 and an engineer, addressed the First and Second Classes on January 14, 1921. His topic: "Topography of Baltimore."
Henry J. Buxton, Recorder, is collecting graduate information in order to compile a P.M.C. history.
"P.M.C. Wins One and Loses One in Double-Header Game"
The P.M.C. basketball team lost to Drexel Institute 39-17 on January 15, 1921. The team then beat St. John's College 37-31. Team: Pool, Riley, Trump, Campuzano, Allen.
"Crow is Back"
Crow has returned from time at home recovering from football injuries. He will be the 1921 team captain.
"Sweeney Loses Limp"
Phil Sweeney, former football player, has lost his limp from a fractured ankle.
"Basket Ball Schedule"
"Senator Expands Pure Americanism to Cadets In Inspiring Address"
Honorable George Cartwright, former California State Senator, gave a speech on "Americanism" on January 10, 1921.
"Day of Prayer"
The annual college day of prayer was held on January 27, 1921. Reverend Asa J. Ferry, the pastor of the Bethany Temple in Philadelphia, was the speaker.
"P.M.C. Wins Opener With Philadelphia College of Osteopathy."
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated Philadelphia College of Osteopathy 25-16 on January 8, 1921. Team: Pool, Riley, Trump, Campuzano, Niblo.
"Noted Athlete Comes to P.M.C."
Samuel J. Allen of Philadelphia has enrolled. He is a football star.
"Third Class Hop"
The hop is scheduled for February 11, 1921. Committee: Cafets McCaffery, Backes, Guyer, Maguire, Williamson, Riley.
"Cadets Win from Villanova"
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated Villanova 31-27 on January 21, 1921. Team: Allen, Riley, Trump, Campuzano, Crow.
"Four Noted Ex-Cadets Visit Colonel Hyatt"
Colonel Hyatt had four visitors on January 19, 1921: Truxton Beale, class of 1874, former United States Minister Plenipotentiary to Greece, Persia, Rumania, Serbia; William S. Fox, class of 1874, who directed the Pan-American Union under Presidents Roosevelt and Taft; Edward Savage, class of 1874, a corporation lawyer; J.E.T. Rutter a retired importer.
The fight for the Morris Trophy is underway: varsity players may not compete. Professor McClure coaches the Freshman Team: Martino, McChesney, Brahm, Giolito, Alexander, Morton, Young, Law, Swaboda, Llewellyn, Durant, Egolf. Frank C. Johnson coaches the Sophomore Team: Salen, Worley, Floto, Bakes, Fraim. Professor Agan coaches the Junior Team: Boswell, Henry, McKinney, Morris, Perry, Wintermote. Leon Campuzano coaches the Senior Team: Lawshe, Claus, Dale, Lyon, O'Hanlon, Wettengel, Barbour.
"Hail: To Maguire!"
"Pat" Maguire returned to P.M.C. after his convalescence after receiving football injuries.
The P.M.C. News, February 1921
"Cadets Speak on Variety of Subjects at Essay Contest"
Second Class members presented essays on February 4, 1921. Participants: William T. Woodhouse, Burton Immen, Sidney N. Terry, George S. Jefferson, Edward W. London, W. Edward McKenney, J. Carson Perry, Lewis T. Bryant, Jr.,
"Third Class Hop is Striking Success"
The Third Class hop, with a Hawaiian theme, was held in the Armory on February 4, 1921. Brown's Orchestra of Philadelphia performed. The receiving committee: M. William A. Faison, Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt, Mrs. Albert Dutton MacDade, Mrs. Garnet Pendleton, Mrs. William D. Randle. Patronesses: Mrs. William S. Blakeley, Mrs. Samuel D. Clyde, Mrs. George B. Harvey, Mrs. Charles E. Hyatt, Mrs. Samuel L. Starr, Mrs. Richard Wetherill, Mrs. Bennett Y. Wilson. Dance Committee: Hugh F. McCaffery, Richard Guyer, Frederick W. Backes, Philip J. Riley, F. Sterling Williamson.
Photograph on interior pages: "Flash-Light of the Remarkable Military 'Hope' Given by the Third Class, February 4th. In the foreground are seen a number of juniors who were the guests of the third classmen."
"Economics Class Visits Places of Interest in Philadelphia"
Clarence L. Connor, accounting professor, led the Second Class in Economics on a tour of three sites of interest on February 15, 1921. Mr. Montgomery of the Library Bureau showed students filing techniques. Mr. McGee of William Lewis McGee & Company showed billing procedures. Mr. McFarland of the Elliott-Fisher Company demonstrated bookkeeping machines. The students had lunch at the Arcadia.
"P.M.C. Flays Muhlenburg College"
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated Muhlenburg College by a score of 33-24 on February 22, 1921. Team: Reilly, Allen, Trump, Campuzano, Crow.
"Seniors Visit Philadelphia"
On February 4, 1921, the First Class in Economics viewed exhibits at the Commercial Museum, where they received a tour by Curator Toohaker. Frank R. Purnell of the Niles Press showed printing press operations. Professor Thomas C. Billig, economics, accompanied the cadets. Cadets who participated: Lieutenants Campuzano and Pool, Cadet Captain Lyons, and Cadet Lieutenants Barbour, Fullerton, and Jardeleza.
"Cadets Defeat St. Joseph's College"
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated St. Joseph's College by a score of 33-23 on February 9, 1921. Team: Reilly, Allen, Trump, Campuzano, Crow.
"P.M.C. trims Hahnemann College"
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated Hahnemann College by a score of 41-24 on January 29, 1921. Team: Reilly, Allen, Trump, Crow Campuzano.
"Swift as Lightning"
On February 17, 1921, Miss Margaret B. Owen gave a presentation of speed typewriting. Colonel Hyatt attended. Professor Joseph Sleeper, of the Sleeper College of Business, arranged the appearance.
"Cadets Bow to Ursinus College in Snappy Game"
The P.M.C. basketball team lost to Ursinus College by a score of 27-25 on February 19, 1921. Team: Reilly, Allen, Trump, Campuzano, Crow.
Henry J. Buxton, Recorder, is nearing completion of his work on P.M.C. history. Newspaperman Ben Boyden is assisting with publication.
"Two Former Faculty Members Enter Business in Conn."
Milo C. Burt, Ph.D. was a professor of chemistry and geology at P.M.C. in 1899. He married Thedoroa Hyatt in 1900 and later became vice-president, treasurer, and general manager of P.M.C. He left during the war to work at the Atlas Powder Company laboratory in Tamaqua, PA. Mr. Hibbard taught chemistry for two years at P.M.C. Burt and Hibbard are now working together in Bridgeport, Connecticut at Burt & Hibbard, Inc., Consulting and Research Chemists.
"A Remarkable Operation"
This article tells of a new operation performed by Dr. Evan O'Neill Kane, the father of cadets Philip and Robert L. Kane. The article incorporates quotes from the February 16, 1921 _Evening Bulletin_ relating the event.
"P.M.C. Lifts Game from Dickinson"
The P.M.C. basketball team defeated Dickinson College by a score of 33-29 on February 5, 1921. Team: Reilly, Allen, Trump, Campuzano, Crow.
"Orchestra Members are Entertained by Club"
The P.M.C. Orchestra had dinner at the Chester Club on February 18, 1921, followed by a movie. Cadet orchestra players in attendance: Lewis T. Bryant, Cadets Law, Buxton, Murray, Fraim, Barry, Corfield.