of i a a for May,
standing on the Wyoming campus.
In his senior year at the University,
Winterholler was picked on All-Rocky
Mountain conference selections in football and baseball and was mentioned on
various first and second team cage picks.
was Rocky Mountain conference batting champion in 1939 with a brilliant
average of .532 and was considered as
the region's outstanding collegiate outfielder. His athletic training stood him
in good stead the next year as he served
on Coach Joel Hunt's staff.
Other honors during WinterhoUer's
final two years included that of cadet
colonel for the Wyoming R.O.T.C. unit,
vice-president of Scabbard and Blade,
honorary military organization, and his
selection as most popular man on the
Since that time, the exploits of the
popular Lovell boy have been wellknown to nearly every resident of the
state of Wyoming. All who knew him
before his entering the nation's armed
service have merely said "I told you so"
with remembrance of his high school
and college accomplishments. All these
friends have every confidence in the
eventual return of the ex-Wyoming athlete, and all are looking forward to
another meeting with him.
Death Calls J. Clark Moore
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of the prime movers in forming the association, and served on its Board of Governors for several years. At the 1936
celebration of the Association's 25th anniversary. Brother Moore was cited as
the only member who had attended every
convention, and was presented with a
silver trophy in recognition of his interest and support. Again in 1941, he
received a like tribute.
For a number of years Brother Moore
served as a member of the Board of Governors of the New York Stock Exchange,
of which the firm of Barclay, Moore
Company had been members from their
beginning. was long active in the
Union League of Philadelphia and was
one of its Board of Governors and recently served a term as Secretary. was
a member of the Kiwanis Club of Philadelphia, the Penn Athletic Club, the
Midday Club, the Bachelors Barge Club
of Philadelphia, and was always. actively
interested in the A Alumni Club of
Philadelphia, serving as its President
during the year 1934-1935T passing of J. Clark Moore will
bring to the minds of many his true
worth as a Phi and his integrity and
uprightness as a business man. It was
a great privilege to have known him
intimately. Gracious and kindly, with a
friendly smile and a cheerful greeting,
he will long remain in the recollection
of his close Phi friends as the true exemplification of the thought expressed
in the free translation of the open motto
of A "We enjoy life by the help and
society of others."
"Incomparable Bucky O'Neill"
(Con.tinued from page 332)
1934 Melange, Lafayette yearbook, refers to the subject of this sketch
as "Bucky incomparable."
It lists him as class president, member of
the Club, football team, baseball
team, basketball team, banquet committee chairman, sophomore cotillion committee. i Prom committee.
is justifying the title "incomparable" as he fights for freedom in the
has been received recently of the
liquidation of the mortgages on three
of the Fraternity's finest University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, and Stanford University. Stories
detailing the splendid records of
made by these chapters
will appear in early issues of The Palladium.