The P.M.C. News, January 1918
"Bartow and a French '75' in Serbia"
Charles Bartow is pictured with an anti-aircraft gun.
"Bartow's Section Wins the 'Croix de Guerre'"
Section 14 of the American Ambulance won the Croix de Guerre thanks to its efforts at Verdun and Champagne. Charles Bartow fought with Section 14.
"Young Graduate Earns Commission in France – Rapid Rise from Ranks; In First U.S. Troops Reviewed In England by King"
Keith B. Hubbard, '15, was among the first body of American troops ever reviewed by the English king and queen. Hubbard has been commissioned as a lieutenant.
Picture of Hubbard.
"College Maintains Record Enrollment; Waiting List Grows"
12 new cadets entered January 8.
"Giles to Lead Gridiron Men"
David Giles will lead the football team next fall.
"With the Colors; The Honor Roll Lengthens"
Names of cadets who have joined the service.
"P.M.C. Eleven Meets Haverford Next Fall"
Football schedule for next fall.
"Huebner's sidelights on War from Hancock"
Letter from Second Lieutenant James M. Huebner at Camp Hancock in Augusta, Georgia.
"'Win the War' Spirit"
Letter from Ned Logan Brown.
"Harvey, Basketball Captain"
Edmund H. Harvey
John Rosen, who attended the PMC Chester Citizens' Corps, appointed Corporal of Company 11 at Camp Meade, Maryland.
Former Physiology instructor Dr. William Knowles Evans stationed at Camp Greenleaf in Fort Oglethorphe, Georgia. Jerome W. Howe, former instructor of Engineering, is Captain of Cavalry.
"No 'Soft Berth' for Him; Duty Calls and Hobart Leaves France for Italian Front"
Letter from James. C. Hobat, '15.
"Honorary Alumni in the War"
Major General Hugh L. Scott and Major General Leonard Wood. Both had received honorary Doctors of Military Science.
"Bugler, Sound Assembly – Here and there With the Sons of Old Chester"
News of alumni in war efforts: Frank Sutton, Walter H. Schoelkopf, Knapp Milburn, J. Roderick Taylor, Frederic deL. Comfort, Rukard Hurd, Harry T. Wilson, Ferdinand R. Patzowsky, John F. Rawcliffe, Howell P. French, Chester A. Dodge, Frank Martin, Charles E. Coates, Seth B. Dewey, Joseph K. Dewar, George B. Christian, Jr., James W. Lillie, Jr., Frank J. Matty
"Team Ranked High by New York Sun Expert"
Football expert ranked PMC football 34th.
"'The News' Goes Travelling – Follows Uncle Sam's Troops Over Here and Over There"
"Colonel Prebel Recalls Old Days"
Colonel Edward Preble recalls Civil War days.
"Citizens honor Captain Cramp"
Citizens' Corps of Chester honored Edmund Cramp before he left for officers' training camp at Camp Dix in Wrightstown, NJ.
"Changes in the Faculty"
Frank E. Strom is Assistant Professor of Mathematics after Edmund Cramp left for the war. Harold V. Carson, '16, is instructor of Cavalry
Edward W. Backes, captain, and William C. Seaton, manager, of gymnasium team.
Dr. Lawrence W. Burdick is giving a class in conversational French.
"Washington Wins Fast Fray – Cadets Yield to Brooklyn Polytechnic, St. Josteph's, and Osteopaths"
"Taft Pays Tribute to General Devol of '78"
Major General Carroll A. Devol praised by President Taft in a _Philadelphia Ledger_ editorial on December 19.
"From One P.M.C. Birdman – 'Sun Never Shines on Army Asleep' Wells' Word From Texas"
Rad D. Wells, '11, is at Ground Officers' Training School at Camp Kelly in San Antonio, TX. He is training to be an aviator.
"Moore, '17, Now in France"
Second Lieutenant Lucius L. Moore, '17, Marine Corps, arrived in France.
"Engineers Study Ice-Crushed Dam"
Professor Harold C. Bird and First and Second Civil Engineering classes inspected an ice jam in the Schuylkill River.