of Phi Delta Theta for November, 1942
JAMES CHARLES ZIEGLER [Pennsylvania '91], died
DANIEL RICHARD CRISSINGER [Akron '85], a life-
July 7, 1942 at his home, 113 Argyle road, Ardmore, from a heart attack. He was a graduate
of University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering in 1891 and served as secretary-treasurer of the class for fifty-one years.
He was a past president of the Employing
Bookbinders of America, and was a member of
the Penn Athletic Club and the Manufacturers
and Bankers Club.
He is survived by his wife, Anne, and a daughter, Mrs. William R. Reid,
long friend of President Harding and Comptroller of the Currency and Governor of the
Federal Reserve Board during the Harding Administration, died at Marion, Ohio, July 12,
1942, at the age of 81.
Mr. Crissinger accompanied President-elect
Warren G. Harding to Washington for the inauguration ceremonies. He was appointed Comptroller of the Currency and Governor of the
Federal Reserve Board shortly after Mr. Harding was inaugurated.
He was reappointed Governor of the Federal
Reserve Board by President Calvin Coolidge.
Mr. Crissinger was attorney for the Marion
Steam Shovel Company, the largest enterprise
in Marion; represented every large business interest in Marion and was also counsel for the
He became a stockholder and director in many
Marion enterprises and organized the City National Bank of Marion, of which he later became
Mr. Crissinger adhered to the Democratic
party until he supported Mr. Harding for the
Presidency. He was elected prosecuting attorney
and city solicitor on the Democratic ticket. He
ran for Congress in 1904 and again in igo6 on
the Democratic York Times.
GEORGE WALES KING, Syracuse '00, pastor of the
Markham Memorial Presbyterian Church, St.
Louis, from 1907 to the time of his death, died
July 4, 1941. He had served in many important
executive and advisory positions in his denomination, including that of delegate to assemblies
in Prague, Bohemia, and Aberdeen, Scotland, as
well as to the Presbyterian General Assembly.
He was granted the honorary D.D. degree by
Westminster College in 1929. His wife died
April 7, 1942, never having fully recovered from
the shock of his death. They are survived by
practicing physician for thirty-seven years at
Grand Rapids, Mich., died of a heart attack
July 9, 1942. In 1916, Dr. Hastie, then a lieutenant in the Army Medical Corps, accompanied the
punitive expedition into Mexico against Pancho
Villa. He was an ardent golfer and hunter and
a keen student of Indian lore.
ALBA WILLIAM DAZEY, Illinois
'11, died at his
home in Beloit, Wis., after a short illness June
27, 1942. All his life he was engaged in 'the
banking business and was for many years manager of the investment department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. His son, WILLIAM
BOYD DAZEY, Illinois '36, is in business at Texas
STUART ROBINSON BOLIN, Ohio State '99, aged 64,
died of a heart attack at his home in Columbus,
Ohio, Sept. 21, 1942. He had been in active
practice of the law since graduation from the
Yale Law School in 1899 and had filled many
important legal and civic offices.
Elkhart, Ind., died at his home from a heart
ailment August 30, 194a. After three years at Indiana University, he transferred to Swarthmore
College. He was a star football player at both
institutions, and retained his interest in athletics
through his life. He was active in local and state
politics, an adherent of the Democratic party.
JES JESSEN DALL, JR., Cornell '16, architect of
New York, died of a heart attack June 28, 1942,
near Tampa, Fla., where he was superintending
construction at the Tampa Shipbuilding Co. He
was president of the Dall construction Co., of
Ithaca, N.Y. He served as an Ensign in the first
World War. He was 47 years old.
JASPER KENNEDY LARKIN, Florida '43, lieutenant
in the U.S. Army Air Corps was killed in an
airplane accident at Kaye Field, Columbus, Miss.,
June 8, 1942. His home was at Palatka, Fla., and
he was buried there.
IN COELO QUIES EST
ORRIN HARDIN MARKEL, Indiana '06, attorney of