Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

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The KALDRCDN OF 1933 I ALLEGI-IENY COLLEG E MEADVILLE . PENNSYLVANIA ,U-Q5 I r V w 0 BENTLEY HALL 0 Old Allegheny! For over a centur historic Bentley Hall has symbolized the deepest intellectual questing, the hi hest ideals in education. Hallowed by the tread of generations, the old stone step now honorably retirecfas a bench by the entry bears witness to the swelling stream of eager scholars who created our Alleghe, who spun the fabric of present custom. And now weaving into the tapestriecl richness of tradition the scarlet and gold of modernity, a courageous young administration quiclcens into life the ancient patterns. Bentley becomes for us the symbol of strong renascence. The new Allegheny! 020 The KALDRCDN OFIQ33 . .ALLEGHHENY LIJE MEADVILLE PENNSYLVANIA if 1,14-,I 3 .......... EPS? 'FW 'ni L .pliblk 1-f.s..fw.. Mx -Ap 03D lb W A A A A A A A A ' ag-""-.,t ' - . .' r t "1 ' rv? ' j NA 1? J' - .g,,.,.,I ,, U . -, I , Aww, .f- fr-L. . 2. 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Beyond the flower arden nearly drowned in the background's verdant good, peeps forth the Rustic Bridge-where, 'tis saii the mystic swastika is sought o' nights as guarantee for sweet whispered wishes. '-if-HJ. 'fl' -EPF"if'f'1f -1, . 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P -1-,,, ,,,..-f-'...---4 -,.,---'FQ ,. -- LST ,:,.., ,,:.:fq-,,, by 31 .t"J .f -f-fg1,LV-.-1:24-LQ? ,--' "'4,:.I--""""' ' A ,.. 0 CHAPEL 0 The gray stone Chapel, ivy-clad, confirms the idyllic dream of the Rhododendron garden nearby. An old-world serenity clothes the Ford Memorial, of itself imparting a sense of Allegheny's tradition of Christian reverence. As Reis Library dominates the college's scholastic life, so the Chapel is her esthetic and spiritual haven-where one whose heart is over-full may cry "Sanctuaryl" The chimes at twilight ring out ancient hymns, and many, wearied at the close of long days, find new inspiration in this message of peace and loving kindness. 060 an xixi' o ACROSS THE RAVINE TO BENTLEY o A priceless Colonial gem in the natural setting which has displayed it exquisitely for over one hundred years. As an example of the early American architectural style, Bentley ranks second in Pennsylvania only to Philadelphia's Independence Hall. Of the administration building, Allegheny's historian, E. A. Smith, observes: "In the subtle s mmetry of perfect art, in the pleasant harmony of ornament and line, one would travel far to End its equaiz' The camera's faithful eye has recorded here another sort of achievement, toog did you ever wonder why that little tree in the right foreground was growing out of the bank .rideway.r7 illlfi Q e V 7"-'Y a a W ' 070 0 BENTLEY IN THE WOODS o Nature in harmonious concert with the art of man 3 chaste, classic Bentley and a summer sky, cloud- banked, framed alike in thick greenery. In the Ravine, the luxur of rhododendrons on a background of soft, rolling lawn. Under the spell of such bright tranquillty one 'Knows only superlatives. Merely "unc of the five loveliest of the American campif' do you say? How admit even possibility of rivals? To sons and daughters of Alleghe-"earth has not anything to show more fair-" 080 Q rf ' if of pa Iqo ' , . ' 0--up an ' In 5 e x ' r 'P ' " - 'l F.-1 .' K Q v X l 9 haf X 1 x 0 ARTER HALL 0 The baby of the campus four years old now IS the busiest ofyoungsters Built as a catch all for an over flow of courses that had flooded rickety Ruter and drlven Lang classes to Wilcox attic this trim little bullcl mg now houses the department of history philosophy modern language and literature and speech In the biasemlsntdxs the Playshop complete with pocket size stage auditorium and workshops for apprentice s age an s 090 ff r 'Q 4 Modeled in architecture after the stateliness of Bentley, Arter Hall, too, embodies the Colonial spirit. --.,-ffrvf-nffi Hi? ff: -' Q, -- --.f 1-51 1 . Q grim :fs 11,3-Y uf.af,:,. V-5 ,p1,zE."- ,- -:14.,i.u1,z'f Qi,-sg, 1 -. v? 1.w.'- 1 xr,----: 4. - .-'- -2- 'uifgipgju ...j .g3,'?tg:i-H5 .?.:.3 ,4g L--'3:j,f',1j'v5p.q" .5f.,,, .- 411ff':f?l-E.-if 2' :mf-nm-:',v : -1' A l ' f'.1'v'-H ,TL IL-Q-is--:::,, 447. 21. H5 "1 ,- ' I4 , - . , 1-J' ' N-.Ai " Hu-:rg--,.':,'i A -- K ' , pq 521---1 - .- .4 -. . . ,V .- ,rag 0 GYMNASIUM 0 The uncompromising lines of the gymnasium indicate that from Athenian pleasures, intellectual and esthetic, the scene shifts the Spartan rigors of physical development. Enterprising athletes may find equip- ment here for all manner of indoor sports--from box-fighting to ping-pon and probably jig-saw puzzles. Behind the gym the outdoor minded may cavort on gridiron, track, and ciamond. If we don't allav your curiosity, you'll probably go blind trying to read the sign on the drainpipep so we'll tell you that itiis only an advertisement of a not-too-successful football season. In future-Post No Bills. 0100 ADMINISTRATICDN A 'Q N xx f Lis ,VN xwz NJ 0110 A A A A A , U ' ? I Cm 1 1 lk X ' l IH T-.' ,L . 3 lu. 3 .WA A ,QUN 1' :gf X - I San- --MLS, I I X Wirr-r,g,. l L px' D -iw I PRESIDENT AT DESK I PRESIDENTS MESSAGE THESE are exciting days in which to live. There are powerful forces in ferment, strange new doctrines in public print, swift and epoch-making changes in every phase of life. Something of that excitement has found its way even into cloistered college halls and the college world is no longer the same. It is no accident that raccoon coats and collegiate cars are no longer to be seen. They belong to an age of frivolity, of indolence, of irresponsibility. They have no place in a school soberecl by Contact with life. But while the excitement of present events shakes us out of the smug other-worldliness of academic life, there is a need for calmer thinkin than the outside world can ive. The demands of the present should not divert us from all thought of the Future. Changing values shoufcl not lead us to forget the values which are not subject to change. We are all weary of challenges and tired of hearing that youth is the hope of the world, but we cannot escape the fact that the future does belong to the youn er generation and that the sooner they become aware of it and seriously apply themselves to what will Tae their problems, the better it will be both for them and for the world. There is much talk these days of shorter working hours and increased leisure, ofthe time that is coming when work will be unnecessary and the sluggard will find his paradise. Let us not be deluded by this.-Al em loyment is not going to disappear, all work is not et old-fashioned. The old emphasis on initiative, amllinitlon, and responsibilit is not out-of-date. These wil,l continue to be needed in the new world. The best work will always be done tsiy men who put in the longest hours, who ive themselves completelgf to their appointed task, who take an honest pride in work well done. The worli's work is not yet finishe : there is still a place for trained intelligence, courageous faith and persistent toil. 0120 O FACULTY GROUP 0 FACULTY ALLEGHENY COLLEGE Wllllam Pearson Tolley B D Ph D D D Preslclenf Wxlllam Arthur Elhot A M L H D Professor of Greek Clarence Fusbee Ross A Nl Lxtt D LL D Vxce Pres1denf and RCglSfF8F Charles I Lxng A M Ph D Professor of PhyS1LS and Astronomy Oscar P Akers A M Ph D Professor of Mathematlcs and Surveymg Rxcharcl E Lee M S A M SC D Professor of Chemxstry Chester A Darlmg A M Ph D Professor of B1ology and Geology Fredemck G Henke A M Ph D Professor of Phllosophy and Educaflon Iohn R Schultz A M Ph D Professor of Engllsh Llferafure Henry W Church A M Ph D Professor of Romance Languages and Llferatures Lee D McClean A M Professor of Economlcs and Socxology Irwm R Bexler ST B Ph D Professor of EHgllSh B1ble and Phxlosophy of REllgl0I1 Stanley S Swarfley S T B A M Ph D Professor of Engllsh Language 0130 FACULTY ALLEGHENY COLLEGE Warner F. Woodring, Ph.D .... Morten Luvaas, B.Mus. . . Alice H. Spalding ........ Edith Rowley, A.M ....... Antoinette Chevret, M.L.. . . H. Paul Way, B.P.E. ...... . Evelyn Miller, A.M., Ph.D. . . . Dale E. Thomas, M.S ..... Doris H. Potter, A.M ........ Iulian L. Ross, A.M., Ph.D. . . . . . . . .Professor of History and Political Science ..........................ProfessorofMus1c . . . . .Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatics ..................................L1hrarxan .. ...Associate Professor of Romance Languages . . . .Associate Professor of Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Associate Professor of Spanish . . . . Assistant Professor of Biology and Geology . . . . .Assistant Professor of Romance Languages . . . . . .Assistant Professor of English Language Armen Kalfayan, A.M., Ph.D. . . ........ . .Assistant Professor of Romance Languages Horace T. Lavely, S.T.B ..... ..... A ssistant Professor of Philosophy and Education Harley Morris, M.S .............. .............. A ssistant Professor of Chemistry Guy E. Buckingham, A.M., Ph.D ..... Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Education Hurst R. Anderson, A.B .......... Assistant Professor of English Language and Debate Philip M. Benjamin, A.M ..... .............. A ssistant Professor of English Literature Clifford W. Skinner, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Biology and Director of Health Benjamin R. Beisel, B.S. .................. A ...... Assistant Professor of Mathematics Paul H. Giddens, A.M., Ph.D ...... Assistant Professor of History and Political Science Arnold Zempel, A.M ......... .... A ssistant Professor of Economics and Sociology Waldo S. Tippin, B.S .... ........ A ssistant Professor of Physical Education Cora E. LeRoy, B.S ..... Martin K. Howes, A.B .... Mildred Ludwig, A.M ........ William C. McDermott, A.B. . . Elisabeth Spann-Delorme, Ph.D .... Frederick F. Seely, A.M .' ..... . John W. Hulhurt, A.B .... Robert A. Finney, A.B .... Arthur Daniels, B.S. ....... . . Frederick W. Haberman, A.B . . . Nancy Peffer ................ . . . . . . . .Instructor in Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . .Instructor in Chemistry . . . .Instructor in Romance Languages ................InstructorinLatin . . . .Instructor in German and French . . . . . .Instructor in English Literature ..................InstructorinSpeech . . .Instructor in Economics and Sociology . . . . .Instructor in Physical Education . . . . .Instructor in History and Speech . . . .Assistant in Physical Education ZS 0140 SENIQRS DIVISION e THE CHAPEL o 0150 S E Mary Eliza beth Anderson Pittsburgh Lalin Marjorie Ann Ashe Bellevue English Language Lucille Ann Antico Butler French U ...., QEIAVCWBQ A' J. f-f -me N I O R S Robert Milburn Bair Cuba City, Wis. Engli.rh Literalure Rowena Porter Baker Iamestown, N.Y. Engli.rh Language Clarence Wilbur Baldwin Meadville Greek 0160 An.-, sag-2 . xg - iv. f- - IATQEE' 1 . n X '. IL Lal-1 .. . 555221 'v S E N I O 1 Ellenetta Catherine Beachley Pittsburgh Englblz Language Forrest Eugene Belghley Ashtabula, Ohio Ecanam lar Adnm Clarke Beiler Meadville .fllalhemafmr R S Glenwood Miller Black Bruin Chemifiryx William Alexander Boetcker Erie H zlrlory Kenneth Orville Bogardus Guys Mills flfalhemafziw I AAAA 0170 Ju.. , ,. .3 In -rm ,I E,rl,U.TEvf' : ll! S E Ruth Evelyn Bowden Beaver Economics Ruth Adella Boyer Saegerlzown 'Englirh Lileralure Robert Will lam Brakeman Erie Economiar 9 1 H13 ' n'- '1 1 N I O R S Benjamin Ross Brown Ene Economicf Ruth Irene Buchanan Meadville Engl Lrh Lfleralure Warren Albert Bugbee Iamestown, N.Y. E n gli.rh Liferalure MAMA 0180 .n., .v . , -AX. lg! ATC mc N, , Q ' .-.hall 9 X A-LMTLJ3 xl ' , 1 fi, mE.+m.m Q . .-UO ' 'r S E N I O R S Lxtner Bmmer Carlson Warren Chemwlry Herbert Hood Carpenter Connellsvxlle Ecanamzca' Stur es Flagler Carey rnmg N Y H Lmlory 0190 Iames S. Charlton Meadville fllalhcmaliar Virginia Charlton Meadville Economzar ohn I Clancy Meadv1lle fllaflzenzalzca' I-, A I A A i r Qu., !. ' fwl?l1AilC.llQq 1, k .F KD -9' I L. S E N I O R S Donald Wallace Clarke Detroit, Mich. Economzkzr Aldine Elizabeth Cole Tuckahoe, N.Y. Econamicu' Robert Thomas Collins Hartford, Conn. Economicf Stanley Cole Meadville Clzemidry Loran Eugene Conner Ellwoocl City Chcmiwlry Sanford William Corcoran Dormont - Hixlory Six. ,Sn Allis. AL 0200 ,mn 'C' l I JlA1C1 ka. Wllmot Russell Craxg Elmxra N Y Economzcf Harold Wllllam Crook Lxsbon Ohio Clzcmulry Marthu LOUISE Demmler Allxson Park H ulary 0210 Doyle Wallace Brookvxlle Chrmwlry Cleo Mary Duffield Erle Lalm Mary Catherme Earnes Meadvllle F1 enclz Q35 f AAAAA J? a fi l 3 l ' all .MM ' 1 I f V AF S E N I O R S . . f'U?:1:Ijf,. IV . , ' ' " l 4 ' J.. All, ' I lt. I I' . .1":',1'l ' . '-fig, ' L . i . nw T AJ Uqj , ., ,, 2, in-Ewggv Gale Washington Engle Beaver Englzlrlz Lileralure Gerald Arthur Erhard 1 S E N I O R S Curwensville Chemirlry Vivian I1eona.Everei:t Unlon Cnty Engliwh Lileralure Margaret Emma Evans Tarentum French Martha Fell Hackensack, N .I. Englzlrh Language Iohn Cl de Fisher Ir ' gharon - Economzlur .Q .sig :QL Ah. 0220 19 9. W' 'Q ' W 4'4" f. 'rv'-T v""1sr'w rr' 1 IL. -"Ti '- ' FEE ' '- 'E?c ' A:":.3m"'E,: . j 'J 1QQil:.1!4L5:9'i'aJ12'-EF-3-Is1!F1:t1ar. 'E'z1!d..3f L. '1' - -E "- u'37f'3ff:!1,g F 1 K. N I O R Eduth M xe Fox New Kensington L'nglz.rh Language Helen Herzog Fry Smethport L'ngIz.rlz I zleralure M ll cl 1' r ay Hdmgr Cxlgfe H nrlary S Elzear Luella Fulton Clearfield Biology Thomas Howard Gates Coudersport Chcmwlry Ednth Marla Glllen Meadvxlle I rench 1 L 0230 ,E4 '. , 1.1. nfl. E AAALA .Ach S William Francis Gordon Ingram fllalhcmallbw Russell Wilfred Graham Guys Mills Illalhcmaliar I. W. F. Green Shinglehouse H i.rlor ty - AAAA fiifie 'r N I I Margaret Carrig Groves Warren Biology William Augustus Grow Duke Center Chemimlry Xenia Wayta Guenther Cattaraugus, N .Y. Englhrlz Language 0240 O R S mv, 5 . Q'lAlQ r Y IE S E N I O R S George Lewis Haberman Duquesne L'ngl1.rlz Lzlemlure lack Gorclen Hershelman Oil City Chemiflry George Stewart Hoffman Guys Mills fllallzemalzca' George Sherman Hamer Duquesne L'conomLc..r Vlrgmxa Alxson Harvey Cochranton Englwh Lzlcralure 0250 George Waslungfon Hoffman Oakdale Cl18IYllJ'fl'y - AAAA F,...,w -Y, , 3 R jf-lv.- - ,-, , F, .gifs XD S E William Ferry Horn Clairton Chem iJlry 4William Alberl: Hunter Sharpsville H Lrfory William Chauncey Iohnstol Dormont H Lrlary 2 U! ' Y N I 0 R S Mason Kassell Paterson, N. I . H Lrlary Clarence Howard Khein Reno Greek Karl Klicka Pittsburgh - Chcmidry ,dx Av. Alla. ,QA - 0260 L., .. . Lefgsaj HMC :Elma KH 9 e Al ,. S E N I 0 Mary Catherine Klmgensmlth New Kensington zflalhcrnailcf Gwendolyn Louise Knapp Meadvllle Biology Wxlbert Frederlck Koehler Alblon fllalhemalmr 0 27 0 R s r 5' f' 1- " 'V' "2 T"T: ,--fflfuvlr m fr - - V .ae YVilma Flora Kuhner Natrona Illafhemaiiar Charles Matson Kutz Tarentum B nology Wallace Brecht Larson Brookston Illalhemalzar - l .AA.4ieAb. Q51 ifcllk L Lgilllwql 5 -r S ' E N I 0 R S Howard Raymond Lauffenburger Russell Eqonomzkur George August Iohn McCartney Edgewood .Biology Iames Alfred Mansell New Brighton English Language Alice Evelyn McClelland Meadville Biology - AAAA Cary Ellsworth March Iefferson, Ohio Chenulrlry Clark Lawrence Markel ' Zelienople Chernixtry 0280 1 . in-.,t 1, If MX CP! ev M925 S E N I O R S Wendell Minnigh Edenburg Englirh Literalurc Alan Lute Mifchell Worcester, Mass. Douglas Keith Marks Worcester Mass H ulory Bzalogy George R Moultrxe Meadvllle Charlotte Merrill Merwm Erne French Kafharme Anna Nllllhoff ohnstown French 0290 French AAAA I I ' in., x ,. ,A LSP-3? , Nfl S E N Marie Diane Nelson Ithaca, N.Y. H Lrlory Mabel Louise Norris Warren French Henry Ferdinand Parker Stoneboro Zllalhemalhnr I AAAA B K' f 7 :J ' I O R S Iack Study Pogue Trafford Biology Charles Henr Poole Ruffsdalve Chemiwlry Harry Pore Monessen English Lileralurz 0300 Ju., 9, ' , LQ: ?47'AlC'?Q , ,L MQ-1 L ,-'vim ? S E N I 0 Marlon Adelalde Prather Meadvxlle fllalhemalzcf Reese Melvin Price Youngstown Olno Dconomlcnr Charles I loayd Ray Meadvllle H wlary , 0310 R S Donna Avonelle Ray Kellettville Englifh Language Franklin Archibald Robblee Salem, Mass. lllatlzcmaimr George Glenn Rumberger Nlcklevnlle Chemulry .AA r I . 4 xp... Q T W! 9 QL R' S E N I O R S Ruth Ida Russell Cattaraugus English Language Clarence Iohn Schwartz Anita Mathematic: Iane Emma Serv Sharon Latin Harry Massin Erie Illathenzaticf I AAAA ice S' William Roos Pittsburgh, Dramatic! Alberta Elizabeth Shaw Meadville Education Mary E. Shuman. Pittsburgh Biology Clare Louise Skinner New Bethlehem Engtdrh Language ' H. 4- -1 1.11.-egg 3.1-, 5' fan-gn .-3g'55'yx-2:22. 2 '2112-T' Q, , -J If F4213 -I-J ww.: 0320 AC Charles C Stanton Pittsburgh Chzmulry Beatrlce Genevieve Stacxokas DuBois Biology Ruth Isabella Staples Cxnclnnatx, Ohlo Engluh Language Kathryn Amta Stewart Bellevue Engluh Lzferalure o 33 o Ruth Margnl Sundback Meadvxlle German Harry Campbell Thompson Sharon H wlary ack Ancel Ungerman Wxlmerdmg Chernwlry Dorothy Ehzabeth Cappe Mount Lebanon French I .AAAA S -'a' Qf' N Qi ev 'qw ei -' J G. 1- as -:fin-jj-fl, . S E N I 0 R S I . . S E Knighizon VanBuren Waite Monessen Chzmzlrlry Iames Edward Wallace Sharon Economica- Henrietta Grace Walling Erie Englllrh Lderalurz Frances Mary Walsh Indiana H Lrlory AAAA , lA l Cf X ne: 6711- 0 a c END ' 'r N I O R S Walter William Waftersor ' Kane Educalion Alexander Deemer White Brookville Ecanomfar Elizabeth Irene Whifing Meadville H Lrfory Arthur William Wood Pittsburgh Chcmimlry 0 34 0 3,555 FRATERNITIES DIVISIGN -4-., P K 7 K . , ,,., ., . .W . , , ,-,M - , , ,, -01 'QA. - ii ? If Q1 4 f wzazzr f' Wg N MCSE fI1K2IS1 PHI KAPPA PSI Founded, Ielferson College, 1852 Fifty-two Active Chapters F lower-Iaqueminot Rose Colors-Red and Green PENNSYLVANIA BETA CHAPTER Established 1855 543 North Main Street FRATRESIN FACULTATE Benjamin Raymond Beisel, BS. .AAAA 0360 Nor 'f fi' ev -nw r IX f' 'N pg A 4. - X ' 1 , ,X AL 51- ..1,-Qu If ,, ,. U.-.---,-1-11, za: Y 2 5.1532 . X g. H -7115 J . MN: N f FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1935 George W Hoffman Franklxn A Robblee Wallace B Larson Walter W Watterson Charles H Poole Arthur W Wood 1954 Frederick C Klebort Franklm M Miller Wllllam K Unverzagt acque T Dumars Robert E Edwards Kennethl? G Fxshel 1955 Wllllam F Tamplm Ioseph B Truman Benjamin W Turner ff We Hugh W Annett Ir ack B Hlckernell Harold D Iohnson F f ungf George R Conover Robert B Davls George S DeArment Charles A Dxckxnson r T -f .Q W1 CharlesM Fahr wrugg 0370 Bennett H Kxme William T McNutt I ohn H Moore Wxllxam F Nagel Ir Dale A Rlce ,. . A 14 , JE. 4 8 8 L K4 1 .i'k'7' . . 5, - fit ? 41 A if t , A ' ' ' 'f .i3'1ii3fl7"": if ' - . :,f .vL.:1 , "'- 1 ' V "' '- . ..- 5: E- . . ,, ., 4, . I u . , , ' ' pf' . . r. - ' ' 1 1 '11 FA awww , 1 n 1 1 1 I PHI GAMMA DELTA Founded, Ielferson College, 1848 Seventy-three Active Chapters Flower-Clematis Colors--Royal Purple PI CHAPTER Established 1860 454 North Main Street FRATRES IN F ACULTATE Irwin Ross Beiler, Ph.D. Chester A. Darling, Ph.D A An. A A' 0380 1-ur EU' 1 FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1935 A. Clarke Beiler B. Ross Brown Warren A. Bugbee William F. Horn Doyle H. I. F. William Green Harry E. Massing Hart R. Pore Charles C. Stanton Wallace 1954 Ronald E. Gregg Edward E. Kemble Roberf N. Palmer lack D. Utley 1935 ,JJ ' Robert S. Davidson William B. Kennedy ,"f'3f g Iohn P. Gilmore William G. Ralston . K- -jg William W. Glass Harold Rowe . Warren P. Keck Robert P. Scott .,, t , f f. Y ,, David R. Wallace ' lf? : h ifi ,g "LS 'L o 1- ,v 1956 i Q 7 4' 4 jifjf Robert L. Bock Frank B. Krimmel Ir V. . f , in I lv -Q Ir. I Robert B. Dain Ra mond D. McGranahan - 5 Richard W. Darling Rogert D. Muir 1 P , -ffji , ' ' Charles Ferris Charles Nevins " ' "4""" ' 1- 1 1' , ' ' "1 " William H. Green William R. Osborne -A ' ln .. u Richard H. Horn William C. Taft . v Z".e ' --4. 0390 Q em Mfalflfsfg is X .. A 'E 'T 5:4-ff -G'-wry-s--.g -f,-,-ie -.--41. -1 ,, :- - , ,F--H-, T ' :aL.J!- 2'L'Q..-E-Efsvaki-QLLLT-JJ f f---:: L5 Fw--' P 3,2-:gf , VL, .. W 2 rl' ' ...e V DELTA TAU DELTA Founded, Bethany College, 1859 Seventy-five Active Chapters F lower-Pansy Colors-Purple, White, Gold ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1865 607 Highland Avenue FRATRES IN FACULTATE Horace Thomas Lavely, S.T.B. Waldo S. Tippin, B.S 0400 . L.. . f. lliigxfejti ir. of If K A Q. .-Q,..., x Ng? . , .. V , A ,xii i , 4. , D .U . -' ' . 5 "psf 432' , M .L V W"'f' . " ..- . 7 af...-., --V '.-.-.,-1.- .1 . Vg- 23:11 .,.:.. Q",- ' ' ' yoj . 1 .i-1. fri--. ' ' r- ', .,. r 4 FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1955 Forest E. Beighley T. Howard Gates Herbert H. Carpenter I. Millard Frye Ir. Loran E. Connor Iohn C. Fisher Ir. Iames E. Wallace 1954 Frank R. Helfrich Larue F. Smith Iohn Iollnson Iames B. Swartzwelder Iudd M. Liebendorfer W. Harrison Webb 1955 Robert 1. Fleming Iohn W. Murphy Robert Kaiser Raymond Sternthal F. Dawson Weber 1956 George G. Acker Iohn H. Brown George Canfield Edward H. Carney Newton L. Chatham W. Bruce F ye 0410 Philip F. Iacobus Wade F. Iones Harry A. Milliken Charles Newlon Robert L. Sims Richard Rushmore X w iiyw ? hr ff 3-" .. -A.. --O. -:1: - ':Z' ' . - :r fwrilil !- ' Y 1 -11,11 :gif , b mfg" . gi inf. . - if fwfr, f f f rw r- '- we , : , 5 . .- 15, 4 31 ' re--f 'ff ' ' ii ,,,,nQf,ge 1 A . 1 1-A PQ, -" .r- , , w . t PHI DELTA TI-IETA Founded, Miami University, 1848 One Hundred Three Active Chapters Flower-White Carnation Colors-Argent and Azure PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER Established 1879 662 Highland Avenue FRATRES IN FACULTATE William A. Elliott, L.H.D. Stanley S. Swartley, Ph.D Clarence F . Ross, Litt.D. ,Lilian L. Ross, Ph.D. F redericklw. Ha rman, A.B. A A A A 0420 1 T ff W, Q F . -.YT """n--sa """'f"WS!Z FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Adam F Bortz L Bramer Carlson Sturges F Cary ames S Charlton George P Grant Earl E Houck Donald W Bortz Iohn Corcoran Robert M Crabbs Phnhp D Gelbach Tom C Hawkms W Beyer Africa Carson H Baker Iohn C Bletzmger Robert E Bright Arthur B Cobb Ioscph M Harte o 43 0 1935 1954 Sanford W Corcoran G Louis Haberman George L Harner Clark L Markel Russel B Pratt Davxd A Smith Glenn Stoops 1955 1936 Iohn M Helmstadter Robe:-tl Maytum Norman Olson George B Plunkett Thomas Pringle William S Hyde Frank E Oakes Iohn A Rlddle Robert E Sowers Lawrence C Stuart Arthur L Vangelx . I . I J . . Q 'F-1 ' y . ' ' wf.f,?'fv ' ff! -'gl V ' V' t'l?sE'i.7?' ' ' . 1 - '- "1' . .1 if g.--S " .iw Rf' Jflr... f fr? 'W iff " . - ,. , JT' , . ' W 1 -4 Je... ,I . FT JJ - - -.-"r1Fi0s ef-L7 5 o A me if , . bniggd x V SIGMA ALPHA EPSILCDN Founded, University of Alabama, 1856 One Hundred Nine Active Chapters F lower-Violet Colors-Royal Purple and Gold PENNSYLVANIA OMEGA CHAPTER Esfabllslled 1887 585 North Main Street FRATRES IN FACULTATE Hurst R. Anderson, A.B. Charles I. Ling: Ph.D Richard E. Lee, Sc.D. Harley Morrxs, NLS AE ,il ,. You Q . l A A A A 0440 .f, ff- "V F , . r of 'Af 5. 42 QV. dxzpg.. . oil. . "1 1 r if.. , it ,, A .vi .gy 3. , - . . AA If P 5, . -V ' i T ,. ....., A , ., .... if. :sry 1.54. , it I ' -.--.--- if If 'f .,.,. fMP'lli1...., 4. -, :rim ...uw sf-a FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1953 Robert M. Bair Gerald A. Erhard Robert W. Brakeman William C. Johnston Donald W. Clarke Karl K. Klicka Harold W. Crook G. Edward Sutter Gale W. Engle Iohn A. Ungerman Knighton Waite Alexander D. White 1934 Robert R. Cole Iames H. Murphy Robert L. Dunkle Donald E. Murray Edward Hamer Iames R. Porter Robert F. Kent M. Burch Powell Kenneth R. McBride Iohn Tintsman Melvin R. Meadowcroft Walter Williams William C. Woodward 1935 C Willard Berger Elliot R. Iones Paul George Ioseph W. Serene Ir. Wayne A. Hibbs David S. Sutter 1956 William Alexander Iames Camel William V. Clarke Frederick H. Cullinan Robert A. Dennis Harold C. Frantzen Richard C. Gallagher Iohn K. Gamble Howard Harned Donald W. Hook Geor e W. lack Charfes Kearney Earnest C. McKay Arthur C. Nodine Ir Lindell Richardson Eugene C. Wasson Norman L. Westcott 0450 w 'Q er and A 9' 5- Erin-as 'C 352535 P 7 ALPHA CHI RI-I0 Founded, Trinity College, 1895 Twenty-two Active Chapters Flower-Red and White Carnation Colors-Garnet and White PHI IOTA CHAPTER Established 1914 660 North Main Street h FRATRES IN FACULTATE Frederick G. Henke, Ph.D. Clifford W. Skinner, MS Dale E. Thomas, NLS. Ab. A A. A 0460 ,fw- fwfgf 593' r 'iihfr l 1 534? 4 P' 'Q -ncaa-9 -'X 1 u . . 11 . 4 n - I u S I ' . . ' 4,7-, 3, 3,55 . ' .- - . K if E47 . T H 1 . . if , :f,1i..S'Q:?' ' ... ff.. r 55, ,,. ,jj-' I if ,sang tcp,-u. ' , I , is lv 7' 45551, - ' -' - . if . 'T WZ? ' - ' A H-. 'fl U , Af, fflf . I. l , A .4 1 A ls- - I V- me A ,H I - . - ,., b ?1,5?!t:i . FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1955 Wxllnam If Gordon Howard R Laulfenberger Wlllnam A brow George A I McCartney ack G Hershelm1n xck S Pogue Wxlbert F Koehler Harry C Thomson 1954 Edwin S Campbell Donald O Hull Fred S Ewmg Kenneth T Iohnson eral S Angove I David Bowser Robert P Hannum ohn L Lublc Mxlton C Maloney Frank W Bauley r Harold W Bdrner M Reeves Cole Donald D Dngel ames S Douglas C Dake Gull o 47 0 Max B Maloney 1955 Wesley G Mxller Charles B Remmley Robert Salmon George E Whmng George A Walker 1956 Wayne K Mlller Herbert Nye Edward Sfalnbrook Gwynne Thomas Alfred C Van Andel Rlchard A Yeakel S Fred Zlegler 1, 9'--, ,U A V AJ" 1 J J MP1 -,--, - '-' BETA UPSILON Founded, Allegheny College, 1921 One Active Chapter Flower-White Rose Colors-Green and White FRATRES IN F ACULTATE Oscar P. Akers, Ph.D. Lee D. McClean, A.M A A A A 0480 wma 4 fl ' N1 61269 so K 2-Q2 ,., W. .V .,T,,.,. 1--- 1, - R x -552329 ms. r lin! V FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Wlllxam A Boetcker Russell W Graham G Stewart Hoffman ames A Mansell Arthur M Crawford Ponzxano P 1' erraracclo 1955 Carey E March Douglas K M irlcs Alan L Mxtchell Henry 1' P1rker 1954 Ioseph A Kagy 1' rancls G Lelpolcl Kennethl Sebring 1955 Charles L Bartberger Edwin H Olmsteacl " Dana C Brown Wllllam B Shetterley WL 4 Robert F Goung Rlchard H Smith Max W LaBorde Clausm C Strlckler WWF? 1956 V ' Q Charles Barlow Regmald W Ivett Carl N Cunmngham Delbert E Iolley Robert D Duncan Lawrence F Lowxng Robert C Howe Ronald W Ober --c Robert E Hunter Davld L Taylor 0490 George S Wilson . - . z I . 4. . .1 n 4 ' . 4 . . . f ' . ' ' . 2' ,lf ,.-ff . -' ' . ' , , W 1 , . . 4 6 5 . . V .. v -I, if - Fifi- 7 . .f f .'-f'32gf51:l::"1fT'- '. -5 HF. ' 4 jifi- :if-Q-iid. ,-,..- s. fa' ' -W "L . , , 4, l . . Y - " 'ff ff s . . ., ,lf f, 'Y . -5::Q3?+4- A ' , ' 1-.-1414 ..,.fA - N, V A ,Q L Jil xvf' '41 .1 7. r-w, g Q '35 , V, off , :J L .xl WL wm- BETA KAPPA Founded, Hamline University, l90l Thirfy-nine Active Chapters F lower-Yellow Rose Colors-Purple and Gold XI CHAPTER Established 1926 750 North Main Street FRATRES IN FACULTATE Henry Ward Church, Ph.D. Arthur Daniels, B.S Howard Paul Way, B.P.E. A A. A A 0500 g V up L:.vm,i59.:...-5.1r-yav.x.3.."-jpgq.z- .1 , v FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1935 PTI Glenwood M. Black Mason G. Kassel S-35' Carl E. Borg Charles M. Kutz Wilmot R. Craig William E. Ritts Clarence Schwartz 1954 William F. Church Waldo F. Iohnston , William H. Olson 1955 QV.-U, Kenneih G. Leaclbeafer Charles L. Naylor I I Thomas V. Murray Harry F. Vigrass Lester Wolfe lu e'1i.gJf7" .iii ... -75+ v .:.-1?--- . . f ll if i 1936 f " ""1 ' 'l A - f' lack L. Barnhart Lawrence H. Miller .,. ' I i Q V- , V. 'E gg' Paul H. Gilmore Iohn W. Shaffer ' 1- 1 ..., A . Yvilliam H. Elwood Frank H. shin. ,,, , ' N - , .H 2. William R. Lowstuter Robert E. xvygane 0510 f .-- --,.m, --vi., For if! AlC.rHA , , in k2:5Q3rs5'? . 4, H ... ,..f.. , M-, ,. .. -... ,, . l glk'--1 lr-2 .L'3 L ,,4,,Ed.2,m. -3 " A, ... 'r w l l W. Balltaglia K. Bogardus E. D. Frost R. N. Bail R. Clark C. I. Cowles I. O. Erickson G. W. Barco L. R. Byham A. A. Esposito V. Forrest C. H. Franfsefs THE INDEPENDENT CLUB President-William Hunfer Sec.-Treas.-Paul Teaman SENIORS C. W. Baldwin W. A. Hunlter YV. E. Minnigh S. Cole C. H. Khein G. R. Moultrie IUNIORS T. W. Harris T. A. Shinclleclecker G. E. Maynard P. A. Teaman R. G. Reis E. A. Vanaman N. B. Walker ' SOPHOMORES E. L. Green M. Longo N. W. Hunk H. Masman D. H. Lehman G. I. Shiavone T. F. Lomangino O. G. Shinclledecker FRESHMEN D. Lemme G. L. Milks I. W. Musiek H. A. Ohl W. B. Overdorlf 0520 G. V. Rung G. Sahlaney A. Schwem I. S. Strighlt R. A. Haynes S. Vento F. S. Vollmer W. D. Waid G. Simonetta K. A. Swanson I. A. Warnick W. Hedrick D. C. Higby A. E. Iohnson G. A. Yahasz A. A. Zurlo Q2 EEE. ...L SORORITIES DIVISION 0530 KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA Founded, DePauw University, 1876 Sixty-two Active Chapters Flower-Black and Gold Pansy Colors-Black and Gold MU CHAPTER Esfablished 1881 Hulings Hall E! I AAAA 0540 , X fqjgg.g2iQ,g5f , 1. .N -A SORORES IN COLLEGIO 1955 Marjor Ashe Mary Klingensmith Betty ga pe Charlotte Merwin Virginia Sharlton Ruth Staples Ruth Sundback 1954 Dorothy Day Janet Fleming Sally Goldsmith Betty Henry Winifred Andrews 1935 Ruth Iohannesmeyer Virginia Miller Helen Morrow Elizabeth Van Kirk Mary Kiehort Betty Ashe Myra Martin g'Q,fr.f1.,.,,4'9 Bett Blake Kathryn Miller fy-14 ?5ral,ibAiilnHl2Tx?is llgatheliiinegllciios -J, 1'f"'R3:'35'gi-N iza et i orot y an ey fifwgfffi' Emogene Thorpe , J "l ' - '-W. 'A 'iq , ..- , gg- K ' n ,, n 1956 Fr 4 'it , 1. Eliza Iane Anderson lean Charters . a ' E ' 'f i n i-' Elvira Aronson Elizabeth Fordon J Y - " Amy Bishop Margaret Klingensmith ' ' A ,P Q? 4 rf., 3, Ruth Black Alice Mossmzan - ' gggffqfy Frances Boone Elizabeth Roberts I , Q . Y Beulah Burch lean Sheasley W w' L 4 - " Marian Chapman Sarah Von Senden , . , JM- 1 Mary Watson 0550. ,n-., f. E l' KVCEQQ . tofitxlb ' ' Cf!! 9 . 1 ww - 'S' I 'iff ., 1 I ,' V 'Au 1 it-J! V4 li? , ,Q A . KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Founded, Monmouth College, 1870 Sixty-elghl: Active Chapfers Flower-F leur de Lys Colors-Light and Dark Blue GAMMA RI-IO CHAPTER Established 1888 Hulings Hall AAAA. 0560 Sw., A .4 'L ' W' iv Rl l AIC. I cy rn , 5 Mgr , Mealek ,l??'V' I1 A:-1'21H,'f'f,:::er'r, :u:v.f:a.5-:h1'oL fp.: ..n-,J , wi. ,ha-F rt' if-'rr-v. 'asf Q Q5 - fu giezla-Ia-ie.. - baggage-.w .me 9' f r ,. V it 94 I 4 . 'i'- v QQ' .J V ' ,Y ., ' hail' ' " "-.+ + ' :Qf 7 ,.. 3,fi4,2iff,-,fj2g, Q . - ..,.'.v:', - J 'f,,--a -- - N -11 - , 'V .. 1., Lp M. " 1' ,J-,Ig A- V. Ji .Qin ln-1' . ,gh SORORES IN COLLEGIO Cleo Duffield Q Catherine Earnest Mary Iane Anderson Margaret Carpenter Mary Fees Clarissa Duff Virginia Eicher Mildred Gleckler lane Hawkins Sally McBain Catherine G. Miller Laura Beebe lane Beyer Christine Black Ianthe Boyd Annabell Broomal Mildred Moore Louise ,Murray 0 57.0 1933 1954 1955 1936 Ruth Lininger Kathryn Stewart Iean Holman Grace Ralston Margaret Robinson Mary Agnes Miller Gwendolyn Patterson Louise Reynders Ada Sherwin Lillian Tamplin Helen Walker Betty Peffer Nancy Pelfer Dorothy Phillips Helen Smith Katherine Starr Ruth Tanner Martha Youngman ALPHA CHI OMEGA Founded, DePauw University, 1885 Fifty-seven Active Chapters Flower-Recl Carnation and Smilax Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green DELTA CHAPTER Established 1891 Hulings Hall AAAA 0580 H! ., ,,,v. H , atm ,,z--.3 f ,. F ' , 'Q . , : be , ' 'T - 1 13' 'f' wwf 3 1 l-xl Arif M 63?-z1Q.,5,,,o fn-nu-sau:-on if-ab 'T - ' G' C ' Q G 1 v - ' a - , .. T A I ' f -f,- ,,fs-as AA , g " 4' :l."ifg.j-'W A mhva, Elizabeth Kirkland 1 ,sf - .gf ff, ff -ff flqjv ff? F 2' .7 . 7.12, . l ."'f 1 4 4 ff?5-f,L.L- ' l- -ef" Whey". "' gf,-2,-. ,,-,'-ir?" ' Isabel MacLeod :.,i --,aa .,... f . , an 'A.26g'f ir- 'P' 2 ' x "A f r-" ' 4- - 4,1 4-. 7 ' ' x 1 lv ,. .,. .. -'ra - - ' ' f " 5' ww' if ' - an Q A -., I V V, iq' J I 1' ' - - - - I - ' -A -,,,,, - ' E ,, .F I " . ,fvfrxf 'y ' .- -Lg, - 'ur -F Mer .Iii '- rl. .Rl SORORES IN COLLEGIO Ruth Bowden Edlth Glllen Helen Hopkins Martha Bloom Eclnamae Bruggeman M3FguBFltC Clark Rosemary Cooper Iane Dasher Dorothy Demmler Loulse F mk Frances Aiken Caroline Boyd Louise Gardner Hazel Hart Sarah Hoffman Marjorie IOICC 0599 1955 1954 1955 1956 ane Stover Alxce McClelland Mane Nelson Henrxetta Walling Martha Demmler Lois Gratz Laura Kutz Mary Manley Lois Richards Ellzabeth Roberts Sarah Young Mary Io Pratt Rukh Rankin Mary Raymond ean Sebrmg Lols Slocum 5311 Zn A +, 'BQ z A -T K, its I 1 .l.C in 45.1 1 . '1 A," LN 1-'V , . Al, JV--H0551 -' - . NH 1 ' V .4 RB ' Lv. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Founded, Syracuse University, 1904 Forty-six Active Chapters Flower-Red and Bnff Rose Colors-Red, Buff, and Green KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1912 Hulings Hall SOROR IN FACULTATE Edith Rowley, A.M. AAAA. 0600 'E A-u.,u ' QQ: P U 5 gi .-:.f.x Jfilf . gl W-FQ ui . -V MRA. iran- , l ':1.. ' l l I rQ'1 H1 EWR!! SORORES IN COLLEGIO Mary E. Anderson Lucille Antico Ruth Boyer Barbara Bass Marian Clark Ianet Crowe Ruth Hibbs Phyllis Bramer Reid Clark Frances Hyde Lucille Iohnston Martha Barmes Margaret Boyd ane Gleason ,' ,A ,f ,'ri'a ' ' ' I2 ,s,. .'.,.!7-I? 'if . 'J' . .jfs l .- I I 7 -Ti e: 'I .1 , f fi?" --' - jiviig . 9 7,f,f' n 'P 'S ,' ,LE W., Pd. U - ,,.,,..Nv..: L , -A if ..f?6i:s::E an-' " 'ri' o 61 0 1955 1934 1955 1956 Nancy Sleeth Margaret Groves Mary Shuman Elizabeth Whiting Mary Smith Anna Strott Ruth Travis Elizabeth Yeaney Deborah Mountford Helen Perkins Cordelia Taft lane Wright Margaret Iohnson Margaretta Nichol Eleanor Ruth M? K 0Qba I -.1 ' THETA UPSILON Founcled, University of California, 1914 Twenty Active Chapters Flower-Iris Colors-Rainbow ETA CHAPTER Established 1923 Hulings Hall AAAAA 0620 Ii., . qfff. 41 l s ,-., 'x - Q' ,T 'Q F .' 1 7 ' , ' -, .fffh 1'-...QQ iff fwgfi? it .4,f,,, 513815 'Fha 6-antennas-v We mnvxqh 1. yy. f ... y ,u f , ff, M., -sage, K 5 -V " f L' -f-.- mf- - 54, V .4 .- 1, 1 yr- ' ' fx -.-f -,. , .gg ,, -ga, - , ,W A., 4-f A- A . 5- 4 U 114 N W . 'll gif? 3 lr ': ,- , --5 .- -'- F9121 . ,, ' ff! ' " , , LJ -hi X, Q V, f,cM'4-?3:,.'l?J- 'Y f ' - - -?15:,,r.,f- I A17 'P 715' .U SORORES IN COLLEGIO Rowena Baker Aldine Cole Martha Fell Genevra Hazen lane Anderson Phyllis Beet Iane Bortz lean Bidwell 0630 1953 Frances Walsh 1954 Mary Rouzer 1955 Winifred Strick 1936 Wilma Kuhnerf: Mabel Norris Tane Service Betty Kemp Madge Gardner lane Mervine Edith Searles Margaret Stroble Q . Fu - Er' 1 5 Q F1 AU s QQPEQQSQ is Y ,Q-:Cixi ,Q - P 1' H A ALPHA XI DELTA Founded, Lombard College, 1895 Fifty-three Active Chapters Flower-Pink Rose ' Colors-Light and Dark Blue and Gold ALPHA RHO CHAPTER Established 1926 Hulings Hall Z L - Y ' vim.. f A T' 49 uw: ,. ,,. - .jjxx A A 4. A 0540 ,i.., g N ,J 7.3- i Ny . X 1 wg,-Zferr r 7-:XJ l V I 3 A i LL- it ,fi ., .- .,., fa: -Liigxg.- .H SORORES IN COLLEGIO up 1935 Margaret Evans Vivian Everett Helen Fry 1934 Grace Bunner Dorothy Mains Ruth F robese Dorothy Ream Grace Lemon Lois Sllarke Mary Wishart 1955 1,33 ' ik I Elizabeth Beach lean Kelley 4 Mary Glass Sarah McGranahan , Iane Gray Maria Oakleaf tg, A 1" Mary Wells ', ,-,' u -1 ,2 p . 1 'ir' fmmwi Agnes Bowman Martlia Nelson A ' F I Alverda Gerlach Louise Richards . 'i f' Florence Graf Virginia Rossiter Ji Sydney Smith 0650 Am., g,: 7 A DELTA ALPHA TI-IETA Founded, Allegheny College, 1950 One Active Chapter Flower-Cerise Rose Colors-Rose, Green and White LAAA 0660 Gljlilfll lz x W , r ,. li 2152 ' wt uvdif ,i a fl 'Qf:Y- Qri f aff? 5 -3 f' :g -:..-.:.:'3" 3-, J " lv -- ' iz' H f ..- if f Y ' '1"'-ke' if - ' P 'i -' tif! , b 1, WW 3i! ' N... V54'?Ki. ,Vasu ..f:..f' . 14, SORORES IN COLLEGIO 1935 Ruth Buchanan Elzear Fulton Xenia Guenther Virginia Harvey , 1954 Kathryn Cole Arvilla Hughes 1955 Letta Bryant Marguerite Kelley Margaret McElhaney 1936 Marian Critchlield Bertha Cutting Pauline Pittman 0670 Donna Ray Ruth Russell Alberta Shaw Beatrice Staciokas Elinore Page Ruth Wright Feme Morris Rosena Strickler Margaret Van Aken Theresa Kotowski Ianice McCartney J lil' J-Af -' . X. i Y A Ilia? :A .44-1. -51J "'v2i l lfilgllq as-1 5- ' T ,. PHI BETA KAPPA Founded at William and Mary College, 1776 One Hundred Fourteen Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER OF PENNSYLVANIA Chartered September 2, 1901 OFFICERS Henry Ward Church President Chester A. Darling Vice President Iulian L. Ross Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Irwin R. Beiler, Ph.D. Harley Morris, A.M. Paul E. Cares, A.B. William C. McDermott, A.B. Henry W. Church, Ph.D. Clarence F. Ross, Ph.D. Chester A. Darling, Ph.D. Julian L. Ross, Ph.D. William A. Elliott, L.H.D. Iohn R. Schultz, Ph.D. Frederick G. Henke, Ph.D. Clifford W. Skinner, NLD. Richard E. Lee, Ph.D. Stanley S. Swartley, Ph.D. Evelyn Miller, Ph.D. William P. Tolley, Ph.D. Arnold Zempel, A.M. ELECTED FROM CLASS OF 1932 Harold E. Aikins Clifford M. Lewis Paul B. Cares Edith V. McClay Harmon H. Gilbert Irene F. McKinley Andrew Hartman Dorothy A. Sherman Thomas R. Knorr Isabel L. Stamm Franklin C. Williams ELECTED FROM CLASS OF 1933 Sturges F. Cary Charlotte M. Merwin Sanford W. Corcoran Ir. Katherine A. Nlillhoff A. A. A A o'6B 0 1 W' o CARNEGIE HALL o VARSITY AND INTTQAMURAL ATHLETICS 1932-33 0690 WEARERS GF THE MAJQR A Robert Edwards Sam McKim Earl Vanaman, Capl.-Elec! Wilbur Koehler William Horn Ross Brown Arthur Balser Scott Widmann Howard Lauffenberger William McNuff Ross Brown Wayne Hibbs Ken Leadbeater Hasson Rockey, Capfain Carey March Charles Poole Norman Ish Lester Wolfe Donald Murray Ronald Gregg FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK Q 'IO 0 Willard Berger Robert Kent Ed Hamer Franklin Robblee Knighton Waite, Capiafn Warren Bugbee lack Ungerman Richard Horn Carl Borg Ioe Serene Willard Berger Harry Massing. Capfain Iohn C. Fisher William Boetker, Cap Douglas Marks Hugh Elliott William Hershelman Iohn Carver Iohn Lubic Earl Vanaman 'Z' V 'T' Y' I.-Elec! VARSITY FQQTBALL OFFICERS Captain Knighton Waite Heaa' Coach Waldo S. Tippin Line Coach Arthur Daniels Baclcfield Coach Robert M. Garbark C0-171 anagenr Howard Lauffenberger Carl Borg I is Arthur Daniela' I Waldo S. Tippin HE Allegheny football team attempting to close an unsuccessful season with a victory over Bethany found the opposition from the West Virginia team a little too strong and the game ended with neither side being able to score. Thus the record stands at one win, one tie, and five losses. The disappointment felt regarding the football season was not due to the unusually large number of losses g these were predicted by those who knew and who' thought they knew what to expect. However, some sorrow was felt by many who followed the team through the entire season because of the closeness of the margin of defeat on at least three occasions. There are many who expressed the opinion that the members of the team were not performing at their best because of the discontinuance of athletic subsidies. This charge was not only unfair to the team members and to the coach, but it was absolutely unfounded. It stands to reason that Howard Laufcnbergcr a group of men brought to any school solely be- cause of their ability to play football will put on a better exhibition than a group of boys selected from the bona fide stu- dents of the college. So, when the absence of bril- liant play was noticed, it was not taken into con- sideration that unsea- soned players were in ac- tion, and the above un- fair suggestion was made. It is true that a num- ber of regulars from last year's team were on hand for the season just closed, 07.10 T ' Z 2235523 Carl Borg FOOTBALL VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 1.rl Row: Widmnnn,,Ferraccio, Kaiser, Glass. Harned, Wallace, Remaley, Warnik, R. Horn. 2nd Row,' Coach Garbark, Koehler, Robblee, W. Horn, Capt. Waite, Brown, Bugbee, Balser, Ungerman. Srd Ig1a0,'Et,ii:icl1 Daniels, Nevincs, Manager Borg, Edwards, Sutter, McKim, Berger, Cole, Kent, Gregg, Capt-Elect Vanaman, Annett, Hamer, oac ippm. 411: Rowf Yuhaz, Kime, Bock, Milks, Lemme, Brown, Gamble, Americo, McKay, Barco, Firman, Rice. zlccaunl of Seaman Confd. hut there were not over two games played when there were more than three of these veterans on the line and one in the hackfield. At the close of the season, the first string backtield did not contain a single individual with any College football experience previous to the season just passed. The importance of the above statement will readily be seen when it is disclosed that during the entire season the team was within eight yards of the opponents' goal line exactly 21 times and yet scored only three touchdowns. It is sincerely hoped that the above statements will not be considered as alibis. The team record stands at one win, one tie and five losses, and no amount of explanation can change it. However, it is felt that the readers will be interested in a little more than cold figures, and this resume is an attempt to supply this extra bit. Following is a brief account of the games played. EDINBORO FORWARD passing attack in the dying moments of the game gave the teachers their 7 to 0 victory over the Alligators. In the first quarter, it looked like an easy Alligator victory by at least three touchdowns. The team marched down the field without any difficulty but on the goal line, Allegheny surrendered the ball on downs. Edinboro gained 8 yards by rushing while Allegheny piled up 145. SPRINGFIELD GAINST Springfield, a team that was rated as one of the strong college teams in the East, Allegheny played one of its best games of the season. During the entire first half, the Maroon eleven, which fought Brown to a 13-6 battle on the previous Saturday, was held to a lone six points. In the second half, with Captain Waite, a tower of defensive strength on the forward wall, on the side lines with an injury, the Springfield team scored three more touchdowns. The game ended with the score 25 to 0 against Allegheny. DICKINSON HE game with Dickinson on Home Coming Day was the most disappointing of the entire season. Dickinson won the game I5-0, on two queer plays despite the fact that Allegheny gained more ground rushing and twice as many first downs. The first score came when Allegheny in a scoring position attempted a field goal. The kick was blocked and a Dickinson tackle recovered it and raced 91 yards for a score. Their second score came when the Allegheny safety man let a punt roll over the goal line unmolested. After a Dickinson player fell on it, the referee ruled that the Allegheny safety man had touched the hall and thus, the score resulted. 0720 FOOTBALL ITHACA T Ithaca, it was the same story. Al- legheny gained twice as much ground rushingg had 15 first downs to 7 for Ithaca, made six at- tempts at the opposing goal line and still the game was lost 12 to O. This game was a keen dis- appointment in as much as supporters- of the Al- legheny team figured on a victory. Raw' Brown flrl Balmer OBERLIN BERLIN presenting a well drilled and sturdy team was the next opponent to be faced. This game was one ofthe most difficult on the schedule and Allegheny played a very much improved brand of football, scored one touchdown while the Ohioans likewise scored a touchdown and then added the extra point which gave them the margin of victory. The score at the conclusion of the game being Oberlin 7-6. b ALFRED LFRED University, superior in many ways to the majority of opponents previously played, were 16 to 0 victims of Allegheny's long suppressed scoring ambitions. A safety in the first few minutes of play gave the Alligators 2 points and a great desire to do some further scoring. This they did by adding two more touchdowns to make a total of 16 points and acquire the initial victory of the season. 33 Q r V ,K , 1 6 gl -3 -5 mf ,A .2451- fi ., Bill Horn BETHANY TASTE of victory roused the team and they were all set to bring the season's wins to the total of two, but as one sports writer wrote, "al- though the record books read Allegheny 0 and Bethany 0, there was a winner and his name was mud. Old Iohn Mud, mixed with rain, sleet and snow spread ankle deep on Bethany's field received twenty-two players and three officials into its ample bosom and 0730 I a 5 WX 1 4 -4 I Q , 4 522 - 3 3 5-' -ii' X . V' BR . 'X 1 X' - - f lf.. A A f rx iff' ft "'l"t:1 ,,, WF ,N M., 'N may ',-.4 -. A- A i K 'J J Nl l 1 ' ,U . .5 E, u.-. , 'H ' 'Q A 5 '41 1 i 4, , 2 1 A J "B l Q nt li qlgf ' A F' rf -1. J x 5' Q4 lg. 1 3:5 4 V , I fr. an f If-5, i ' - '- '. ,i -- vw 1 -': ...ni r . x X " une' f W Fifi. -' 'La , . if-,za ,,-af.. " 1' , ' 'r -4 ' -Q712-'4 JI, 1--.-cm, I-:--.Q - -' '. . W. -H-At:-1' , ,z ey, 1- , - , . - .525 1.1.-' X5-K'-C ""y-v-it-'-556. ijgl - C1'p"f35, "ni sw -.7 ,., 1 K -,MWA J. If f H 1 N W ' W' - R' Pe ' 'T , 31 w:t..,:"- ,-S 'wg 11' 'mg , q H We ref .. -X ,K fgga- -R. '31 . f W 5' 'M flaw ' 1. . V va:-4' ' 2:Wf ' K9 i"ff.--Amir' .,. m, E:1iEm Wilberl Koehler lVarren Bugbee FOCDTBALL dccounf of Seamn Conl'd. then proceeded to de- monstrate its superior- ity over all of them." A good many peo- ple who followed the Allegheny team closely, expressed considerable surprise at the continued fine morale of the team that won only one game. With due credit going to the coach, a big factor in the maintaining of the fine morale, was the knowledge that the team was outplayed only once during the entire season and that was by the high rankingSpringfieldteam. Ed. Hamer Eight men will be lost by graduation. Some of these men have turned in excellent perform- ances for Allegheny and they will be missed when another season rolls around. Seniors receiving letters are as follows 1 Ross Brown and Bill Horn, ends 5 Captain Knighton Waite, tackle 5 Warren Bugbee, guard 3 and Art Balser, Wilbert Koehler, Jack Ungerman and Franklin Robblee, backs. The rest of the men who earned men are as follows :-Dick Horn, Earl Vanaman, Bob Kent, Bob Edwards, Scott Widman, Will Berger, Sam McKim and Ed. Hamer. Franklin Roblzlee RESUME OF THE SEASON Allegheny 0 Edinboro 7 Allegheny e Springfield 25 Aeeeeeey 0 Dickinson 15 Aueeeeey 0 Ithaca 12 Auegheny e Oberlin 1 Allegheny 16 Alfred 0 Auegheny 0 Bethany o AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA 0 74 0 Earl Vanaman VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 1.11 Row: Serene, Berger, Hibbs, Brown, McKim, Messing. 2nd Row: Truman, McNutt, Leadbeater, Horn, Lubic, Koehler. Harry Massing .... ...... , .... ...... ...... C a p lain Iohn C. Fisher, . . . ..... fllanagcr Waldo S. Tippin ........,......................... Coach THE BASKETBALL SEASON LLEGHENY suffered a most disastrous floor season during which they won but two games while they lost ten. These results were rather expected when one comes to consider that the men who made up this year's 'Gator squad were new as a whole to intercollegiate competition However, the only man that was used on the first team who will be lost to that combination next Waldo S. Tzlopin year is Captain Mas- sing. For that reason, we feel certain that with the seasoning they ob- tained this year, they will be able to produce somewhat different re- sults next year. The season started off well enough with a win against Youngstown City College, but from that time on, it was just a case of a fighting, in- experienced 'Gator five bucking against the more experienced groups which this district and vicinity provided. 0750 Harry fl1a.r.rz'ng BASKETBALL Account of Sermon Canfd. On Ianuary 12, the Blue and Gold visited Buffalo and were de- feated by the very close. score of 29-28 by acom- paratively green Bison outfit. In quick succes- sion at Mount Union and Thiel, the Alligators suffered successive de- feats at the hands of their more experienced opponents. Their second appearance at home came when they stack- ......., . - , ...:, 'r' .1-3 ,., , p. ..,,.' . ed up against the highly A ' ' touted Titans from T' T Westminster. The slowly expiring 'Gators gave everyone a thrill when they rallied in the second half of this game to outscore and outplay their more versatile opponents. Beginning with this game, Captain Massing and his crew showed at times what a fighting five could really accomplish. But, these spurts were usually short lived when the more experienced teams of the district became adjusted to the superior competition. Then four more defeats were added when the Blue and Gold was forced to bow to Waynes- burg, Fenn, Westminster and Thiel respectively. i 4.21- at V 7' . .Q Jr., sh' F' w- 1 X, Ram Brown-Guard Willard Berger-Guard In the Alfred game, the 'Gators won their second and most decisive victory. The Alfred team having beaten a faster Cornell five, came here with the idea of adding another victory to their total. However, the Blue and Gold team was really on and they took their foemen to the tune of a 55 to 51 defeat. Then on February 24, the Covenanters from Geneva visited Allegheny and ad- ministered a severe defeat to the rising hopes of the 'Gators. The final game of the season was Joe Serene-Forward played at West Virginia University where the Tippineers lost a rather slow moving, listless game. The entire varsity, which was composed of Captain Massing and Willard Berger at guards, Hibbs at center, and Serene and Mc- Nutt at the forward posts, should be avail- able for duty next year with the exception of Captain Massing. Also, a strong second team should be in evidence with such men as Ken 0760 Wayne H ib6.r-Cenler B A S K E T B A L L . E Acmnfvfs EQJQ ll cami. Leadbeater, Iohn Lubic, Robert Dunkle and others back in the tra- ' clitional harness. Much credit should be given to Captain Massing who at all times kept the team fighting for a possible chance at victory, while Ioseph Serene and Wayne Hibbs led the 'Gator scorers. Serene, . 77' -- I-r-3" especially, developed ' -. ..s-- ----'Q into a very flashy for- M ' "A -5 -' ward before the season M- 'E -W" was completed and William f11cNuzz-Forward Should in the future Kenneth Leadbaatcr-Guard give the guards of op- posing outfits plenty to worry about. With all these men returning, not as last year's novices but veteran campaigners, the forth- coming Allegheny court season should be a really successful one although as hard a schedule as usual will be played. tail RESUME OF THE BASKETBALL SEASON Allegheny 51 Youngstown ' ' City 25 Allegheny 28 Buffalo Univ. 29 Allegheny 22 Thiel 46 Allegheny 22 Mount Union 58 Allegheny 28 Vktestminster College 39 ll A egheny 28 Wgipiziugi Allegheny 25 Fenn 55 Allegheny I5 Westminster College 47 Allegheny 56 Alfred 31 Allegheny 30 Geneva 42 Allegheny 28 West Virginia 35 -4 L" 25'-if : J - , fr -Tr., - - -' Life ' ff- ,. - .X . W -a--T ,f,:.2..-:ln Y'--lr 4 WAFENU 'A iw ' 4 24 4 ii I-,L . Q.. ,-31. John Lubic-Guard John C. Fzirher-flfanaqer 0770 VARSITY TRACK Qi sf 55 it fit W 1932 TRACK TEAM ' 1.rI Row: Poole, Gregg, Fallon, March, Rockey, Elliott, Varann, Ish and W. Hershelman. 2nd Raw: Coach Way, Wolfe, Carver, I. Hershelman, Murray, Vanaman. Marks, Horn, Beighley, Lubic and Coach Daniels. 3rd Raw: Brown, McBride, Sebring, Smith, Berger, Beiler, Nighan, and Shetterley. Coach .... .................. .... H . Paul Way Caplain ...... .... H asson Rockey fllanagcr ....... ......... ........ A l bert Ieffords Capl.-Elec! ............................. Wllllam Boetcker EN the first call for track was issued by Coach Way, around one half a hundred men re- ported for practice which on account of the poor weather had to be held indoors for the greater portion of the early season. However, when the 'Gators felt the cinders and turf under their feet, they started to do some real training. But, the time for out of doors work was compara- tively short before the first meet which was with the strong Ohio Champions, Oberlin. On a rather miserable day, the 'Gators were defeated by the Oberlin harriers on a very slow track. Neither team establishing any new times in the running events or any sensational perform- ances in the field sports. The second meet of the season, came when the 'Gators jour- neyed to Washington and Ielferson to tangle with the Presidents. In a comparatively easy manner, the Waymen administered a thor- ough drubbing to the W. and outfit. The curtain was rung down on the cur- rent season when the Blue and Gold Harriers easily ran away with a strong Grove City Coach H. Paul lVay X Capfllifl Rvfk-QV o 78 0 T R A C K Account of Seaman Conl'd. group. As' this meet finished the season, so it finished the track career of Captain Rock- ey who had the very astonishing record of never having been beat- en in the half mile during his entire career of intercollegiate com- petition. This is cer- tainly an achievement to be proud of but in this last meet, he would have undoubtedly bro- ken the school record for the 440-yard dash Capt.-Elec! Boelkcr lgZing:ie5l?7301i,Q?ZE'2ji Ronald Gregg-Polevaulf man to win his letter by coming in first. However, Wolfe in that same day won a letter by his own merit when he stepped ahead of the field in the 220-yard dash. Many new men won their letters in track this season. These were Lubic who ran the two mile, Hershelman for the mile, Wolfe for the 440 and 220 yard dashes, Wood and Murray in the high jump, and Elliot in the 220-yard dash. A This present season, 1955, track, as an intercollegiate sport, has been abandoned at Allegheny for a temporary period of time. . RESUME OF THE TRACK SEASON Allegheny 51 i Oberlin 75 Allegheny 85M W Sl I 405 Allegheny 87 Grove Cnty 48 ALLLAAAALLALAALAAA Douglas fllarlnr-Jllile Carey Ill arch- Wczzqhtr 0790 INTRAMURALS FALL SPORTS - J , A i. N .l Valley-Ball Championm Swimming Champions VOLLEY BALL Phi Gamma Delta started the current Intramural Season by winning the volley ball champion- ship from Beta Upsilon, the runners up in a very close race. However, when Beta Upsilon met Phi Gamma Delta near the end of the season, the Phi Gams with Stanton leading the attack took their smaller opponents. Even then it was a close contest and much credit should be given to the members of the losing team. CROSS COUNTRY Placing three men in the first ten, Delta Tau Delta easily ran away with first honors with a low score of 23 points. Although none of their entries were among the Hrst five, the three winning men, Robert Sims, Wade Iones, and Larue Smith coming between fifth and tenth place, scored ten points under their nearest rival, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. U The men who annexed the first three places are:--Robert Frost, Independentsg Linndale Richardson, Sigma Alpha Epsilon g and Richard Yeakel, Alpha Chi Rho. SWIMMING A close race between Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Kappa Psi featured the intramural swim- ming meet, held Ianuary 25, 24 and 25. The Phi Gams won the meet with a total of 29 points, the Phi Psis being a close second with 26. Sigma Alpha Epsilon garnered 10 points to nose out Phi Delta Theta for third place. A new intramural record was made in the 40-yard breaststroke, as DuMars succeeded in defeating Klicka in the time of 27.8 seconds. This was the only previous mark that was broken. 0800 TNTRAMURALS SPRING SPORTS . ' 1. t p lima:-4 V. - T rack Championa' flfumlzball Champiomr FREE THROW In the 1952 Free Throw contest, Phi Gamma Delta as an outfit placedfirst with a goodly number of entrants. The individual trophy for the man winning first place in this contest was won by Ralston also of Phi Gamma Delta with a total of 25 made shots out of 25 attempts. BASKETBALL Winning two out of three games, the members of Delta Tau Delta now possess the intra- mural basketball trophy, having beaten the Phi Gams who had tasted victory during the first encounter. All three games were hard fought with both teams determined to make every point count. In the first game the Phi Cams were victorious, winning by 25-22 score. During the next two games, the Delts made a decided comeback to win both by scores of 26-22 and 27-18, thereby giving them first place. Milks . Serene. Sutter. Harned .... Horn . . Pringle Angove .... WRESTLING CHAMPS ....1ndependents............... . . . .Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . . . . . . . .Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . . . . . . . .Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . . . . ....PhiGammaDelta..., ....PhiDeltaTheta.... ....AlphaCh1Rho........ 125 pound class .155 pound class .145 pound class .155 pound class 165 pound class 175 pound class .Heavyweight MUSHBALL Last spring, the Independent mushball team slugged their way to an intramural champion- ship against three very determined opponents, namely-the Phi Psis, Sigs and Phi Gams. These last three outfits were to play off their three way tie for second and third place but the advent of the closing of school put an end to any such plans. This was one of the hardest set of encounters which have been witnessed for some time in the realm of intramural sports. 0810 INTRAMURALS WINTER SPORTS Bmrkelball Champimw Boxing and WrcJlling Championm FACULTY ATHLETICS Once a week on a night set aside for faculty activities, the faculty got together at the Gym- nasium and played certain games such as Volley Ball. Also, these members enjoyed swimming in the college pool. These evenings have as a- whole been thoroughly enjoyed by the faculty members of the College. BOWLING With Hoffman leading the attack on the Sigma Alpha Epsilon pinnsters, Phi Kappa Psi won the bowling plaque for the second straight year. In the three games bowled for the championship, the Phi Psis won the first and the third, while the Sigs staged a momentary comeback in the second game. During the entire tourney, the Phi Psis, Delts and Sigs fought for first place, which made the race interesting. . BOXING CHAMPS Zeigler .... .... A lpha Chi Rho .......... . . .125 pound class Massing .... .... P hi Gamma Delta. . . . . .155 pound class Ober. . .A . . . .... Beta Upsilon ...... . . . 145 pound class Yuhaz. . . .... Independent .... ...... . . .155 pound class Wasson .... .... S igma Alpha Epsilon .... . . .165 pound class Hamer. . .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... . . . 175 pound class Berger. . . .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... ..... H eavyweight TRACK Phi Gamma Delta won the 1952 track meet from the other groups on the hill by a compara- tively safe margin of points. The Fijis led by Bill Horn ran away from the other fraternities be- cause of their better runners and field men. However, this year, there are many men pointing for this particular meet and it should be much more interesting than was last year's event. 0820 WOMEN'S ATHLETICS Pageant Valley-Ball Champm-Sophomore Women Bawlwlball Champ.r Sophomore Women if 'B Ui .T ennu' Deck TEIZHLHJ Archery Swimming o 83 Q AUTOGRAPHS 0840 F 5, nv, . kgixffi L, k' ' 5, - 3925,- '1 Tivigi Il ,,.f N: 5 ix. X - Sf . lmfgpf? 5551- . rY?:vS.5?2-Q fg 1 , QQ-eliflr' X, -"1 -xvxfqg,--X Y , it Eg s , wi' ' ' N, ' .A -f -'T .- i:':'l-'r,'f2a?E:-- ,- 1,-I .' -- ' 1 ' W H Q X X x ' -?7 Q l A ' r " ,. , 7' 4 '1 .r 4 1 V up 1 1 W U l ' J, ,V A 4 H, J 'z f., ff' if 35 .Q Y vi 1 , '..v C n J -4 ?? V u v 1 ,. . 55. ' ' '1 N.. 1 I PUBLICATIONS DIVISICDN 0850 o THE KALDRON John C. Fzlrher Edilor Placing of the three College publications on a purely amateur and non-salary basis has seen a great and outstanding decline in persons competing for positions on theivarious staffs. .. ,--EBL-. .H ,, ,,., ., A V , .. 0860 Kcnncih Johmran Bu.rine.r.r Manager THE CAMPUS Harry Pore Eddar In fact the declme 1n mteresf: ln the publlcatlons has become so great that unless the college authorxtles take some achon to se cure for the echtors of the three pubhcatxons recogmtxon of some sort the f1IIle IS rapldly approachmg when Allegheny faces the p0SSlb1hfy of bexng wxthout publxcatxons of any descrxpflon Clark Bczlcr Bu.rzm:.r.r Manager 0 87 0 1 .. . . . . .. . . . . . I ... . . . . .. 1 THE LIT MAGAZINE Ediflz Fax Edilbr There was a time when the editorship or a position on the staff of one of the publications meant something. A student had some- thing to work for and was awarded for his effort, Now he does it all for school and glory, which is very good in theory, but the coming years will see just how good it is in actual practice. 0880 Doyle Wallace Bu.rinc.r.r Jlanager its I O L Q v v X 5.1:-ring: ...-,-:fra , -. ... npr.,-. ...-..-,. - -. I . , . . . . ., , I ffiiff-'ff-I-'-'f-'V''-'-7-fi'If3'!'2f"I:-I-.-ff5-C-1':-:e4-:-1'-1-:-1-'uf-' -. -. - .- --5-.-xr' ' .-- '. -. 1 :fa-.-14: zz :-Q. up ' 'f-A-5 -,II .I. . .. . . . . .. .. . W.. . . . , . .,, ,,, ., . 1. arm:-f-eva.-rr.-,-1-:Jaw:1-1-1-'-.e-:-:-"-b:-'-'-:.:--f-'L'-'-2-In-.'.'!wr.-.-1-.-I2-'-7-1:I-2'-:-::-:c:-z.:..f-:.'- ..-.-1.1z.:-1.1-fa.f:f::::.':.'H"HZ-fe-.:.---.'.-.'. 111-'"2-2-:fzrm-:f1-z-,f:-':'1'sz4',--:-'-'-1-nf.-...:Ln-L-:':.,-.-fzfnffs,-.2af- --f.:'-5. 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