1917 - 1921

John Kenyon Nicholson
1917. Awarded the Wabash Alumni Award of Merit, Nicholson was born in Crawfordsville. After graduation from Wabash, he moved to New York City where he became a prolific and popular playwright. The Barker (1926) was the longest-running play on Broadway until the much-later My Fair Lady eclipsed the record. Sailor Beware, though much-changed from his writing, later became a popular Dean Martin/Jerry Lewis film. A veteran of the first World War, he was married to Lucille Niklas. He was also a founding member of the famed Bucks County (Pa.) Playhouse.  Beta relatives: brother Thomas Laurence Nicholson Wabash 1918; cousin James Pace Clark Denver 1936; cousin G. B. Landrigan Wabash 1985.

George Robert Hayman

Charles Edward Brown

Victor Fox Miller

Everett Littleden Olds

Allen Dale Eby

Trevor George Williams

Parks A Nutter

Walter Adolphus Willoughby Snyder

Austin Dryden Sweet

Joseph Jerome Littell

John LaRue Eaglesfield

George Richard McAlevy

Julian Bobbs

Thomas Lawrence Nicholson
1918. Stockbroker.  Married to Nelle Braxton Jones. Died 1920, Chicago, Illinois.  Beta Relatives: Brother John Kenyon Nicholson Wabash 1917, cousins James Pace Clark Denver 1936; cousin G. B. Landrigan Wabash 1985.

Jameson Purviance Graham

Oscar McCoy Anderson

Raymond Lewis Kolb

William Elmer Sayer, Jr.

Oscric Mills Watkins

Henry Edward Green, Jr.

Wendell Thomas Jay

Robert Ernest Rettger

Benjamin Peck Coburn

Joseph Henry Funk

Glen Fleming Heald

Whitney Wiley Spurgeon

Charles Digny Finney

William Eaglesfield

Francis William Bacon

Myron Spencer Aveie

Leis Murphy Litzenberger

Frederick Ernest Larue Killen

Charles Erverle Piety

Delbert Leo Crone

Jefferson Davis Petty

William Conway Allen

Charles D. LaFollette

Warren Howard Maxwell

Ralph Worster Hackleman

Morris Woodburn Hamilton

George Hathaway Littell

Norman M. Littell

Raymond Farrell Mahoney

Roland Brown Rust

V. Webner Wiedemann

Gerald Elmer Kohler

John Frederic Connell

Alfred Clinton Norris
1921.