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Page 321 - Infantry. For extraordinary heroism in action near Crezancy, France, July 15, 1918. When his small force of about 30 men was almost entirely surrounded by greatly superior forces of the enemy, Lieut. Gay, refusing to surrender, cut his way out by delivering a deadly flre from both his front and rear.
Page 3 - ... conduct alumni efforts for the University's benefit. To employ a General Secretary and office force. To maintain memorabilia of all living and dead alumni, with addresses of the former. To provide an illustrated narrative about the University and to distribute pictures. To publish THE ALUMNI REGISTER, the graduate monthly magazine founded by Provost Pepper in 1895. To organize, inform and help alumni organizations throughout the world. To finance lectures and clinics at the University. To publish...
Page 116 - ... seat on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, and on the old Oil Exchange. He was a veteran of the old 7th Regiment, now the 107th, of the New York National Guard, and had been a member of the regiment's board of management for twenty years. He served in the 7th from 1871 to 1885. He was a member of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, New England Society, Society of the War of 1812, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the American Revolution, Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati,...
Page 3 - C. The General Alumni Society is the organized effort of Pennsylvania men for their Alma Mater. Its Board of Directors includes Directors-at-Large, representatives from the Associated Pennsylvania Clubs, the Departmental Societies and the Organized Classes.
Page 270 - September 12, 1918, during the righting in the St. Mihiel salient. He was 27 years old, a Philadelphian and won a commission by competition in the Marines in 1917. He had been recommended for promotion to major shortly before he was killed. He was a member of the Mask and Wig Club and Phi Kappa Psi.