Daniel A. Poling
Poling later became president of the International Christian Endeavor Society and editor of the Christian Herald. In the 1950s, he ran (as a Republican) for mayor of Philadelphia. He was chancellor of Temple University in the 1950s and 60s.
Poling campaigned extensively by automobile, which was ultra-modern at that time. He later became Editor of the Christian Herald. He became Honorary Life President of World Christian Endeavour. He also served as president of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America. He was a chaplain and war correspondent during WWI. In later years, he was chaplain of the Inter-Faith Shrine in Philadelphia, a memorial to the "Four Chaplains" of the USS Dorchester sinking in WWII; his son, Clark, had been one of the four.
“… Daniel A. Poling … was born in Portland, Oregon, November 30, 1884. Graduating from Dallas College in 1904, he became Travelling Secretary of the Intercollegiate Prohibition Association for two years and has been National Vice-President of the organization since.
— Speeches of the Flying Squadron