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Date Range
1934 - 1955
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
October, 1955, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
1934 - 1955
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
October, 1955, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Format
Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. College Producing Colored Movie “The PMC Story” narrated by Bill Stern College History PMC Has Most Cadets in History (424) Enrollment Goman is selected President of Board Lloyd Goman elected President of Board of Trustees Includes picture of Goman Picture: 1934 Pennsylvania Military College Football Squad Includes names of players Athletics
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 1, #1.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2702
Date Range
January, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
January, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
January, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
January, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin Vol. 1 No. 1 January, 1956 “Two PMC Graduates Among 3,000 U.S. Troops Who Made History’s First Mass Assault on Arctic: Deliver Supplies for Dew Line Radar Network” Photo of Lt. Robert H. Kneale on Baffin Island in the Arctic Lt. Robert H. Kneale and Abner P. Mitchell, PMC graduates and members of the Army’s 588th Engineer Battalion delivered 200,000 tons of supplies for a chain of radar stations being strung across the arctic. “Mid-Winter Banquet is set for Penn Sherwood on Feb. 10; Manny Sacks Will be Main Speaker” Photo of Manny Sacks Plans for an alumni banquet with speaker Manny Sacks, vice-president of the Radio Corporation of America and member, Board of Trustees. “$122,000 to PMC Under Ford Grant” Announcement of Ford Grant to PMC that will go toward raising the salaries of professors. “New Luncheon Clubs Loom in New York, Pittsburg, Chicago, El Paso, Tex.; Wilmington Club has 900 Enrolled with Average of 35 Attending Meetings” Brief description of the luncheon clubs and listings of various alumni who frequently attend. “Freed Dies” Robert H. Freed died of a heart attack on Dec. 12, 1955. He had been working on a recruitment film for PMC. “Dear Betty” Brief abstract of goings-on around PMC. Names of those involved in the reunion of the undefeated 1934 PMC football team include: Lin Scarlett (’35), Andy Elko, Ed Stern, Bud Shaw, Russ McGuiney, Bill Turner, Jim Weaver, Bud Pollock, George Burke, Bob Chervanik, Eddie Fay, Jud Timm, Ed Cramp, and Clarence Conner. “Unk Ewing Dies; Was at PMC 47 Years” 73 year-old Amos Parker (Unk) Ewing, popular superintendent of grounds at PMC, died on Dec. 19, 1955. He had been suffering from illness for several years. “Memorial Planned to Dr. Rupp” A memorial is planned for former PMC history professor Dr. George H. Rupp, ideas and donations welcome. “Cadet Bob Joblin Still in Hospital” Senior cadet Robert L. Joblin was struck by a hit-and-run driver the night before the homecoming football game and received a fractured skull, fractured pelvis and a compound fracture in his right leg. He remains in the hospital at this time. “Sports Results” Scores of football, basketball, swimming, and cross country competitions. Photo of the dedication of new steps, donated by the class of ’55 at homecoming. Picture are: Col. Ed Cramp, assistant football coach; Emanuel Sacks, vice president of RCA and member of the college board of trustees; Col. C.T. Starr, retired director of athletics; Clarence R. Moll, dean of admissions and student personnel; John Coulter, president of the 1955 class; Rev. J.H. Guy, chaplain; Maj. Gen. Edward E. MacMorland, president of the College; Tom Dover (’55); Lt. Col. William Cottee, associate professor of English and director of Religious and Social Activities; Mrs. Virginia Johnson, and Mrs. Edward E. MacMorland; Arnold Feingold (’55), Robert Brecht (’55), David Johnson(’55), and Robert Kneale (’54). “Graduates Can Help Combat Enrollment Drop by Selling Boys on PMC”
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 1, #2.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2725
Date Range
March, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
March, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
March, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
March, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin Vol. 1 No. 2 March, 1956 Editor: Arden Skidmore “Dr. Clarence R. Moll Made PMC Vice President; Expansion Plans Force Closing of Prep School” Photo of Dr. Moll Abstract of the career of Dr. Moll. “Enrollment Up 22% in College” Statistics of enrollment and in what groups they occurred in. “163 Attend Alumni Banquet; Cecil B. DeMille Recalls the Day When He Rode Bicycle to PMC” Overview of the events of the annual Mid-Winter Banquet of the PMC Alumni Association on Friday, February 10 at the Penn Sherwood Hotel in Philadelphia. Speakers included toast-master Jim Campbell, RCA Vice-President and principal speaker Manie Sacks, President of the Board of Trustees Lloyd Goman, and President of the College Maj. Gen. Edward E. MacMorland. Distinguished guests included the oldest graduate in attendance, Frank M. Feaster (1888); and a letter was read as sent by alumnus and movie producer Cecil B. deMille. “Cadets Switch From Ponies to Flying Planes” Photo of three cadets and their commander with a U.S. Air Force plane. The cadets are: Ronald M. Bollick of St. Clair, Pa; Philip J. Scutieri of Union, N.J.; and Philip A. Wheeler of Scarsdale, N.Y. Announcement of the introduction of a pre-flight ground training program at PMC. The program will include instruction in aerodynamics, navigation, meteorology, and orientation. John (Jack) Driscoll is the acting squadron commander and William Bell (’42) is executive officer. “James H. (Ma) Beach, PMC Professor for 25 Years Dies in California; Death Also Comes to Dr. Lowy” Professor James Beach (retired ’46) died at the age of 84 on Feb. 4 in Long Beach California. Internationally known hydraulic engineer and assistant professor of engineering from 1947 – 1953, Dr. Robert Lowy died Jan. 24 at the age of 72. “Deaths” Frederick C. Galigher (1886) died Feb. 17 1956 in Cairo, Ill. Albert H. Atterbury (1876), former member of the College Board of Trustees died Nov. 21, 1955. Photo of Alumni dinner with list of all attendees. “Dear Betty” Brief abstract of goings-on around PMC. Update on alumni activities include: Lawrence Rusiewicz (’53), Willard W. Langton (’52), George Berthold (’51), Maj. Theodore F. Locke Jr. (’42), Lt. Arden Harry de Brun (’55), Lt. Frank W. Edmondson (’53), 1st Lt. Frank D. Turner (’52), Lt. C. Clair Law (’54), Lt. Francis G. Wilmont Jr. (’51), Lt. Donald Carter (’54), Vincent D’Andrea (’54), Dick LaBrode (’51), Andy Velichko (’54), 2nd Lt. Michael Hamberger (’54), 2nd Lt. Julian R. Messick Jr. (’55), 2nd Lt. Stanley Krew (’54), Egbert Horton (’54), Leonard Kommit (’55), 2nd Lt. Thomas P. Butler Jr. (’55), 2nd Lt. Peter C. Andre (’55), Arthur C. Cleary (’53), 1st Lt. John G. Watson (’51), W. R. Simpson (‘18), Lt. Stanley E. Daut Jr. (’54), William Thompson (’53), Tony Dommicci (’53), Calvin McCully (’53), Chuck Stevens (’53), Nathaniel Farnam (’53), Tom Dover (’55), and George Lewis (’55). “Carson Simpson Retires from Trustees Board” Photo of A. Carson Simpson Special master of civil trials in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court and PMC alumnus (class of 1916) A. Carson Simpson stepped down from the Board of Trustees after 15 years because of conflicts with work scheduling. “2 Join Faculty” Matthew C. Bauman and Robert L. Wolen were added as instructors in electrical engineering and chemistry respectively. “Don DeForrest Relinquishes Swimming Post” One-time world record holder for the 100 yard and 100 meter breast stroke and PMC swimming coach Don M. DeForrest resigned as swimming coach due to business commitments. “Stern Speaker for Banquet” Sports director for the National Broadcasting Company Bill Stern (’30) will be the principal speaker at the annual PMC athletic banquet on Tuesday May 8.
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 1, #3.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2726
Date Range
May, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
May, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
May, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
May, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Designated for Honorary Degrees Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Dr. Milton Eisenhower, President, Pennsylvania State U. R.G. Rincliffe, President, Philadelphia Electric Co. Dr. Moll’s PMC History Shows School Chartered in State of Delaware; Military Training Began 12 Years Prior to the Hyatt Broomstick Legend Brief synopsis of Dr. Moll’s Thesis. Includes what is probably the real story of the broomstick legend
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, #1.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2727
Date Range
October, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
October, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
October, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
October, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Student Union Dedication Is Set for Homecoming; PMC Enrollment 703, Highest in Almost a Decade Memories of PMC’s Glorious Polo Era Revived With Projected Demolition Of Old Riding Stables; Jim Schaubel Names the Greatest Cadet Players Evening College Has 300 students Enrolled, Tripling 1954 Registration Enrollment
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, Special Edition.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2728
Date Range
November, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
November, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
November, 1956
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
November, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Alumni Launch Fund Drive to Purchase Equipment For New Dorm, Renovate More Cadet Bedrooms Includes two dorm room pictures: renovated and typical old cadet bedrooms. PMC to Build New 120-Bed Dormitory Along 13th Street. 102 PMC Grads at Homecoming; Union Dedicated Student Union Dedicated: (MacMorland Center) Cecil B. DeMille Became ‘Mr. Motion Pictures;’ Col. Starr Recalls Producer Was Popular, Active, High-Ranking Student. Enrolled in class of 1896. First in series of articles about PMC Men with Outstanding Marks in Life. Includes numerous pictures of DeMille, including him as a member of the 1897 football squad, which also includes pictures of Col. Clarence T. Starr and Eugene S. Hoopes. Alumni, biographical information
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, #2.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2729
Date Range
January, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
January, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
January, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
January, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Alumni Fund Drive Hits $2,000 at Halfway Mark; Weaver Confident $5,000 Goal Can Be Achieved. TV Guide Carries Picture Story of Television Starlet’s Visit to PMC for Thanksgiving Dance Elinor Donahue, teenage daughter of NBC’s popular television show “Father Knows Best” visited PMC and had pictures of the visit in the January 5th, 1957 TV Guide. Burt Mustin Became Movie and Television Actor at 67; He Has Played in 31 Motion Pictures and 88 TV Shows. Class of 1903 Second in series of articles about PMC Men with Outstanding Marks in Life. Includes numerous pictures of Mustin Alumni, biographical information
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, #3.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2730
Date Range
March, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
March, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
March, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
March, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Ground is Broken for E. A. Howell Dormitory Bill Stern Shot to Top as America’s No. 1 Sportscaster; Two-Minute Bit On Graham McNamee Broadcast Did the Trick Class of 1930 Third in series of articles about PMC Men with Outstanding Marks in Life. Includes numerous pictures including one as PMC quarterback. Alumni, biographical information Colonel Horace Hobbs, War Hero, Dies An 1897 graduate of the college, he served in two world wars.
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, #4.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2731
Date Range
May, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
May, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
May, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
May, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. PMC to Graduate 111 at Commencement Recipients of Honorary Degrees; Dr. H.K. Tong, Chinese Ambassador, Adm. Louis E. Denfield, Former Naval Chief, Dr. James Creese, President of Drexel, John J. McClure, Former State Senator. PMC Accreditation Is Reaffirmed Middle States Accreditation Received Lin Scarlett Rated One of Nation’s Top Big Game Hunters; ’35 Graduate Also is Leading Civic Worker in Phila. Area. Class of 1935 Fourth in series of articles about PMC Men with Outstanding Marks in Life. Includes numerous pictures. Alumni, biographical information PMC at Fashion Show Brief article about appearance in Seventeen Magazine of pictures of cadets at fashion show. Includes picture. PMC Rifle Team Wins 2nd U.S. Army Smallbore Championship for First Time in Competition with 96 Colleges. ROTC Championship.
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 2, #5.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2732
Date Range
July, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
July, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
July, 1957
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
July, 1957, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Record 540 Cadet Enrollment Indicted for Fall Newt Wyman, One-time Polo Great, Becomes Outstanding Surgeon; Is Elected Chie of Staff at Chester Hospital. Class of 1922 Fifth in series of articles about PMC Men with Outstanding Marks in Life. Includes numerous pictures Alumni, biographical information Administrative Article about Dr. Moll. Includes quote from Middle States Report of 1954 that stated Dr. Moll not only administers “a fine personnel program” but “seems to have his finger on the pulse of the entire college.”
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