Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

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Wk L D R {] 53 ± 1 ' Vf: ?« ' . « II I -- ■t: M y PS .r» ' ' . I ' . ' •. " -; !:- - i it ' . - ;jy, . . Presenting your Kaldron, 1953 ALDRON PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF A L L e ui e N Y r L L K (i K M E A D V I I. L E , I ' E N N S Y L V A IN I A Foreword Here in your yearbook is the past year as you lived it . . . Here is the spirit and drama of campus activities — the classes, the clubs, the social life . . . Here is Allegheny in pictures for you, the student, and especially for you, the Senior . . . Take it, look at it, remember it . . . Let it stand as a sym- bol of your college days . . . Accept it as it is offered — as your yearbook. Editor Jack Richards Associate Editor Sue RoUinson Staff- Sue Black, Barb Sprout, Ted Smith. Al Denio, Ed Snyder Advertising Staff — Fred Adams, Becky Amy, Jim Cooper, Nancy Crawford, Sally Erickson, Beverly Garbark, Peggie Gizzie, Gret- chen Graff, Lorraine Kalfayan, Marcia Lambrecht, Ken Mack, Shirley Milner. Bill McDowell, Mona Pierce, Rita Roha, Ann Sherman, Sue Shields. Sally Smith, Margie Skeel, Bud Stover. Faculty Advisor Mr. Pickering ' t ' } f - 3 " • I The Class of 1953 THE SENIOR . . . he ' s at the top of the ladder ... he faces a comprehensive . . . research . . . notes . . . late nights . . . aspirin . . . forty type-written pages ... a deadline . . . relief . . . Some face practice teaching . . . those blasted little brats . . . others, graduate school exams . . . " I ' ll never pass that law test " . . . " surely the country needs more doctors " . . . Seniors play their last ball games . . . attend their last classes . . . dance their last dances . . . Seniors try on caps and gowns . . . reminisce . . . walk across a platform on a sunny day in June . . . clutch their sheepskins, a symbol of four years ' work, a degree . . . Seniors look forward to life ... to jobs ... to homes ... to families . . . And, they have fun. Silvie S. Alfonso Elwood City, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Josephine Allegretti White Plains, N. Y. Alpha Gamma Delia Patricia Alston Wexford, Pa. Theta Upsilon William S. Alt Butler, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Nancy Archer Stanford, Conn. Kappa Alpha Theta Constance J. Atwell Beaver Falls, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Joanne L. Babcock Cattaragus, N. Y. Alpha Xi Delta Barbara Bacon Erie, Pa. Alpha Chi Omega Donald M. Baer Pittsburgh, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Mary Ruth Baldwin Washington, D. C. Alpha Chi Omega Lois Balkey Glenshaw, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamnia Joanne Banyard Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Jane Bates Bound Brook, N. J. Alpha Chi Omega John C. Bauer Meadville, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Thomas J. Beagan Springfield, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Margaret Ann Beaver Bound Brook, N. J. Alpha Xi Delta Carl Edwin Benson Meadville, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Shirley Elaine Bird Roselle, N. J. Alpha Gamma Del ta Gordon W. Black Jamestown, N. Y. Phi Kappa Psi Lucianne Bond Swickley, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Phyllis H. Bond Paulsboro, N. J. Independent Walter M. Bone Saxton, Pa. Alpha Chi Rho Anne Elizabeth Boyer Wallingford, Pa. Independent Eugene J. Brew Erie, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ellin V. Brown Forest Hills, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Mary Brunot Beaver, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Edwin S. Bordo Cleveland Heights, Ohio Independent Elizabeth-Jo Boyle Bronxville, N. Y. Alpha Gamma Delta Carol E. Brown Bergenfield, N. J. Kappa Alpha Theta Fredrich H. Brown Rhinebeck, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta James Carlisle Tarentum, Pa. Alpha Chi Rho Mary Ann Chapman Paterson, N. J. Alpha Gamma Delta John Chocinsky McKeesport, Pa. Independent Carl Fredrick Cotton Library, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Donald P. Crosley Cochranton, Pa. Independent Joan Davis Medina, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Barbara J. Chew Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Margaret Congleton Glen Ridge, N. J. Kappa Alpha Theta William B. Courtney Somerset, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Rod S. Davenport DuBois, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Marjorie B. Davis Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Chi Omega ■ ji- r: ■»r ? 1 Wi - rA if -f ii ' 5|«Si • :ij :: : , ' 5 .{? .H» a ; rV- . • .£ « ijr ®i ' Y( ' ' - - : NT ' i .v1 A ■ rfv ;% I Whistle-Stop, 1953 12 ' Vii - ►»• - • fiPT- ii i ' i ' « 15 . ' ' rTTT - rr .•W-. ' ...- 11-: .--i F ;iAil--T " S!= i! -•) ' r " i-L ?i • ' -i ' ( f ' ' . »5V. lX ' Z .4 : c i PI_»»T ' ■? ! :i« :V ! .C J il ' A i ' kv. :i y j»i :- .iii Vice-President Nixon came to Meadville ... the band played . . . the crowd cheered ... a little lady presented flowers . . . some vowed " emotionalism won ' t win us " . . . Pat and Dick made a big hit anyway. 13 Richard H. Davis Erie, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alba Joan DeLellis White Plains, N. Y. Independent Drucilla Lee Dewey New Haven, Conn. Kappa Kappa Gamma George K. Dickson Meadville, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Suzanne Dickson Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Shirley Dobson Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Rachel B. Dodd.s Beaver Falls, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Catherine E. Dodworth Pittsburgh, Pa. Independent Paul F. Donavon Union City, Pa. Independent Algol L. Eckstrom Warren, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Constantine P. Elias Dunkirk, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta Nancy B. Ellis Long Island, N. Y. Alpha Gamma Delta Cassius A. Elston Cony, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Emily M. Engle Beaver, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Eugene English New Castle, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Mary Ellen English Corning, N. Y. Independent John B. Ertle Cleveland Heights, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi Carolyn J. Evans Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Faust Meadville, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta Nancy A. Felter Short Hills, N.J. Theta Upsilon Robert E. Fleming Wesleyville, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Bonnie J. Ford Mountain Lakes, N. J. Independent Nancy M. Garson Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta Elizabeth Ann Graf Dunkirk, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Jack O. Gray Meadville, Pa. Independent William 1 . Hamilton Meadville, Pa. Independent Robert E. Frost Fredonia, N. Y. Alpha Chi Rho Barbara Gaskill Westfield, N. Y. Independent Stephen V. Graffam Pittsburgh, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Dolores M. Griffith Meadville, Pa. Alpha Chi Omega John H. Heffner Philadelphia. Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rodgers Hemer Johnstown, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Ralph L. Hillmer New York, N. Y. Phi Delta Theta Sally Homire Hicksville, N. Y. Theta Upsilon Frederick W. Inghram Pittsburgh, Pa. Phi Delta Theta John B. Hill Pittsburgh, Pa. Phi Gamma Detla Joann L. Holliday Girard, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma John F. Howie Jamestown, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta Philip H. Jensen New Cumberland, Pa. Independent Richard B. Johannesmeyer Mcndvillc, I ' a. Independent Carl II. Kalberkamp Pittsburgh, I ' a. Phi Delta Theta Bookstore 18 Mr. Chase, bookstore manager. OOSE LEAF MO BOOKS ,jW. « ' " ' rowds . . . endless lines . . . stack upon stack of books ... a sweat shirt for every freshman . . . a gift for every occasion . . . paper, pencils, pens, pennants . . . soap, toothpaste, shaving cream. " Will there be a book left? ' Cam wonders. Book browsing. 19 Margaret Ann Kammerer South Orange, N. J. Alpha Gamma Delta Bertram Katz Plainfield, N. J. Independent Martha Kennedy Baldwin, N. Y. Independent Priscilla L. King ' West Newton, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Robert Klein Sharon, Pa. Theta Chi Janet L. Koehler Allentown, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Evelyn J. Koston Hadley, Pa. Alpha Chi Omega Shirley A. Kragnes Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta Eleanor L. Kuhlman Johnstown, Pa. Theta Upsilon John W. Lang Meadville, Pa. Delta Tau Delta Lucretia M. Lapp Corning, N. Y. Independent John Leggett Meadville, Pa. Independent Lynn Lindsey Amherst, Mass. Alpha Chi Omega Albert C. Liiiz Conneaut Lake, Pa. Independent David H. Locklin Pontiac, Mich. Independent Eugene J. Loughney Meadville, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Anne T. Lowden Hempstead, N. Y. Alpha Chi Omega Joyce C. Lowry Farrell, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta Frank Lynch Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Phi Kappa Psi Anne L. Mack Lewistown, N. Y. Alpha Gamma Delta Kenneth H. .Mack North Bergen, N. J. Alpha Chi Rho X 1 ! " V • ' ; . ' 1: y - ' : ' f l " •. - .y -» A JX ' -■im ? . ' • r - ' ii- -ic v tcr ;. ' -. : » I TiWf ' iirrii dSk-. Campus Scenes 22 Corner of Bentley from third front. Up North Main and to the left. From bridge to Bentley. racks in the snow . . . Bentley tower lighted at night . . . through Lord ' s Gates and down the drive ... a pause on the Rustic Bridge . . . dogwood bursting into bloom . . . this is our campus. Elsie Marten Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta Robert F. Marth McKeesport, Pa. Independent Robert B. .Mason Meadville, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Jerry L. .Matthews Butler, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon William A. . ' McCarlney Pitt.sburgh, Pa. Phi Delta Theta Paul T. Marter Bradford Woods, Pa. Independent Nancy G. Mason Meadville, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta David G. Matson Brookville, Pa. Alpha Chi Rho Nancy J. Maxwell Meadville, Pa. Independent Eileen .McDonnell West Englewood, N. J. Independent Nelson McElhatten Moadville, Pa. Independent Eugene P. Mclndoe Butler, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Maria Schneider McJIahon DuBois, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Nancy Michener Meadville, Pa. Independent Barbara E. Mills Carbondale, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Nancy McEvoy Doylestown, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta Elizabeth McLain Ridgewood, N. J. Theta Upsilon Joyce A. Melvin Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Nancy R. Miller Sheffield, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Frank B. Moberg Latrobe, Pa. Alpha Chi Rho I May Court 26 Top row: Faye Smock, Junior Charm Queen; Carol Helren, Maid of Honor; Connie Atwell, Queen ; Laurie MacAurthur, Freshman Charm Queen, and Nancy Paitherford, Sophomore Charm Queen. Bottom row: Senior mem- bers of the Queen ' s court— Sis King, B. A. Graf, Teddy Dodds, and Lee Dewey. 27 Donald W. Mortimer Oil City, Pa. Independent Dominick A. Mosso Latrobe, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi John O. Muir Grand Rapids, Mich. Phi Kappa Psi Thomas E. Mustio Imperial, Pa. Phi Delta Theta E. Delmar Myers Sharon, Pa. Delta Tau Delta Leonard Nadcl Mount Vernon, N. Y. Independent Donald W. Neeley Franklin, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Greta Neuenfeldt Erie, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta Thomas J. Newcomb Meadville, Pa. Delta, Tail Delta Hubert O ' Camb Erie, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta William C. Oebmler Pitt.sjburph, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta John D. Olofson Jamestown, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta Henry C. Ostrom Spring Valley, N. Y. Phi Kappa I ' si Fernand N. Parent Charleroi, Pa. riii Gamma Delta Lee W. Parker, Jr. Sharpsville, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Davis W. Peck Wattsburg, Pa. Independent Marilyn Peterson Jamestown, N. Y. Alpha Chi Omega Robert Phillip.s Plainfield, N. J. Independent David Powell Saegertown, Pa. Independent Lois J. Pullini; Carlisle, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Marian Kafferty Ben Avon, Pa. Kappa Alpha Thota Preschool Center Nursery-school and kindergarten . . . drippy boots and troublesome snowpants . . . " Bobo the Clown " and Hundreds of Cats . . . crackers and milk . . . case studies and reports . . . practical experience for future teachers. 30 John N. Rainier New Castle, I ' a. Phi Kappa Psi Joy 51. Reznor Grove City, Pa. Kappa .Mpha Theta John A. Rittei- Meadville, Pa. Delta Tau Delta Paul W. Roese Pittsbiirpch, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Jane E. Saville Wilmington, Del. Independent Perry E. Reininga Western Springs, 111. Phi Kappa Psi Ann Kirsh Rickard Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma A. Gordon Robinson Sevvickley, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Robert E. Ruggerio Jamestown, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta Elmer J. .Schorr, Jr Duquesne, Pa. Delta Tau Delta Stanley Segel Camden, N. J. Independent Donna M. Shuman Meadville, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Edward W. Snyder Konniore, N. Y. Phi Gamma Delta Helen C. Speelman Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta Nancy L. Tatem Pittsburjih, Pa. K.ippa Alpha Theta Edison F. Shepler Pittsburgh, Pa. " Phi Gamma Delta VirRinia R. Smith Williamsville, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alex W. Sp ear, III Grandstone, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon John r. Sullivan Krie, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta RoHeric P. Terry Lakevipw, N. J. Phi Gamma Delta Frank K. Thomas T ' ittsbui-Kh, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Waidley G. Tiefel Sharon, Pa. Alpha Chi Rho Nancy R. Tolley Jame.stown, N. Y. I ndependent Robert S. Tress Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Independent Elizabeth E. Umbach Montclair, N. J. Independent Lyie M. Thorpbloom Buffalo, N. Y. Alpha Chi Rho Dean R. Titus Bradford, Pa. Independent Richard E. Trent New York, N. Y. Alpha Chi Rho Janice L. Turner Larchmont, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alfred A. Vaccaro Trafford, Pa. Independent Reis Library m Donna Cianchetti Pederson pours for the 4 :20 ' s. he octoagon room . . . newspapers, periodicals, and catalogues . . . art exhibitions . . . " Have you registered yet? " . . . the Craig room for recreational reading . . . comprehensive cubicles . . . our famous Lincoln room. 35 George Van Hartogh Sarasota, Fla. Alpha Chi Rho Barbara J. Walker Glen Ridge, N. J. Kappa Alpha Theta Dorothy E. Walker Meadville, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Thomas Walker New York, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta Ann W. Warner Maplewood, N. J. Alpha Chi Omega William Wells Dunkirk, N. Y. Phi Delta Theta Barbara J. Westbrook Springfield, Pa. Independent Walden H. Whyman Baldwin, N. Y. Phi Gamma Delta George Wildung New York, N. Y. Alpha Chi Rho Ruth M. Wilson Victor, N. Y. Alpha Gamma Delta David V. Wise Butler, Pa. Sigma Alpha Upsilon M. Virginia Wise Butler, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta Eric P. Woit Hainerweg, Germany Sigma Alpha Epsilon Charles Yeager Meadville, Pa. Independent Daphne A. M ' olf West View, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma Florence M. Yeager Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma .Stanley A. Workman Meadville, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi LeRoy Young Conneaut Lake, Pa. Theta Chi .SEMOK.S PICTl RED James .Aidams Dorothea Alpaugh Grant Alpaugh Wilson Roots Mary E. Cable Ku.ssell Clarkson Thomas .S. Crow David De Grange Robert H, Foster Victor E. Hall Tyler .S. Hays .Vbram P. Hayes Carol Hefren James L. Henne Robert Holbert Daniel B. Hoover Allen M. Kirkpatrick Dominic J. Mattel William McCullough Ormond W. McDaniel David .McMahon Cordelia P. Newton Kenneth Nienann Milton T. Ouye Paul Zavarella Kenton, Pa. Phi Kappa Psi Winfield S. Zehrung, HI Oil City, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta Donald Paish .Sanford Reitman Alan Van Why Elliot J. Stern Stephen Wolfson s iA mi il! Administration and Faculty A SSURED ANSWERS to confused ques- - - tions . . . Mighty words in classroom lectures ... A stern glance, a friendly smile — their faces peering over desk tops ... In offices, in classrooms, at dances and football games — always there, for us . . . Here are the guardians of many of our thoughts, and even some of our actions . . . Here is our administration, and here is our faculty. 19 Allegheny ' s two chief publicity agents, Presi- dent Benezet and Mr. McFarland, our Execu- tive Secretary, frequently confer on matters of public relations. Mr. McFarland ' s duties include contracting hometown newspapers for publicity, long-range financial planning, the alumni Living Endowment Fund, and keeping in contact with Allegheny ' s public — students, faculty, administration, trustees, alumni, and Meadville residents. Mr. McFar- land considers the public relations program a medium through which Allegheny ' s friends can be informed about campus events and through which new friends can be devel- oped. From the President . . . As I get it from such a fount of contemporary wisdom as Time magazine the chief worry the older generation shares for the younger today is its apparent yearning for security: for the sure thing in life. If this is a fact there is hardly any wonder in it. In the kind of world which the older genera- tion has helped to make, who could blame anyone for seeking security? Whether or not Time ' s august editors have hit it right, we do pose a perennial question at graduat- ing seniors: this concerns your feeling about the future. Most of you have come from strong religi- ous backgrounds; you have been nurtured in a college of like tradition; and you have been endowed by nature with better-than-average physiques, brains, and nervous systems. Strange that we should question your confidence and faith; yet we do. Perhaps once again it is because we ourselves have been so worried about the world that we project this worry onto the next generation. May I give our encouragement to the outgoing Allegheny class of 1953 by letting Ralph Waldo Emerson speak again the words for us all : " If there is any period one would desire to be born in, is it not the age of revolution: when the old and new stand side by side and admit of being compared; when the energies of all men are searched by fear and hopes; when the historic glories of the old can be compensated by the rich possibilities of the new era. This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. " Louis T. Benezet 40 I I M Conferring with students is one of Dr. Ross ' s chief occupations. As Dean of Instruction, he expertly guides Allegheny ' s scholastic program. His influ- ence is felt and appreciated throughout the campus. Dean of Women, Miss Williams oversees the col- lege careers of Allegheny ' s women students. She acts as advisor to the Cwens and the Junior Ad- visors. 41 Mr. McCracken serves as advisor to all class officers and cabinets, to AUG, and to IFC. As Dean of Men, he councils Allegheny ' s men students on con- duct and grades. Dr. Edwards, treasurer and business manager of the coJlege, woi ' ks with Mr. Rice, chief accountant. Miss Heil handles student loans, ledger records, and the Develop- ment Fund. Xew students fur .Allegheny are found by Messrs. Sher- man and Nomer. Mr. Sherman is Director of Admis- sions, Director of Placement, and Registrar. Mr. Nomer serves as Assistant Director of Admissions. Under Mr. McFarland, the Publicity Department is con- cerned with special coverage of college events and brochures. Students cover and write the stories and Mr. Kern acts as faculty advisor. Mr. Benjamin, Librarian, and Miss Painter, Assistant Librarian, manage Allegheny ' s 125,000 volume library. The library now cooperates with the Art Department on exhibits and is in its fifth season of 4:20 ' s. Working with various student committees, Dr. Picht, Allegheny ' s Chaplain, supervises religious activities on campus. A. C. A., Religion-in-Life-Wei ' k, and Sunday morning services in the Chapel are under his direction. Mr. Rylander, Alumni Director, manages .Allegheny ' s twenty-two alumni groups and edits the College Bulletin. The Alumni Council Formal was instituted this year in an attempt to establish an active alunmi. Faculty Lt. Col. Brodie outlines to members of the A. F. R. 0. T. C. staff next year ' s proposed course in political geog- raphy. M Sgt. Parsons, Maj. Cook, Maj. Jones, M Sgt. Holbert, T Sgt. McKeeby listen. TO.DICfl ' RE.DVST ENC iND ' CVI r BE HE-.Y-JlOy Comfortably situated on and about Dr. Miller ' s desk are Mr. Heeschen, Dr. Miller himself, and Mr. Pickering. It looks like serious plans for something big. 43 Turned away from the genetics problem are members of tho biology department: Dr. Bugbee, Dr. Curtis, Dr. Rogers. Another rock specimen receives an ex- planatory frlaiicp from Mr. Parsons. Quite at home in Wilcox Hall are physics depart- ment members Dr. Brown and Mr. Michener. Pictured among the many bottles, tubes, and wires of the chemistry department are Dr. Cavelti, Dr. Pino, Dr. State, and Dr. Rhinesmith. Economics department personnel seem engaged in an animated discussion. Could be a funny story, could be " this present situation " — anyway they ' re Mr. Cooper, Miss Scho- field, Mr. Courtney, Mr. Bloodgood, and Dr. Rickard. 45 Dr. Miiler, Head of the Education Depai-tment, seems to have something to say to his associates, Miss Higgens, Miss Stadtlander, and Miss Garvey. Looks like a " kid lit " display in the background, doesn ' t it ? " Bonjour, " or whatever language you choose — French, Ger- man, or Spanish! Miss Ludwig, Mrs. Moessner, Miss Han- sen, and Mr. Crispin look over Dr. Kalfayan ' s shoulder at a text. 46 Faculty Decorating this office in an informal manner are members of the English Department— Mr. Kern, Dr. Seely, Dr. Pommer, Mr. Katope, and Dr. Ross. Before a background of maps stand history and political science instructors and professors, Mr. Zassloff, Dr. Driggs, Dr. Knights, Dr. Cares, Dr. Giddens, and Mr. Kidd. Their informality carries nicely into their classroom situations. Mathematics Department personnel, Dr. Steen, Mr. Sturley, and Dr. Tanimoto appear to bo amusingly involved in some of their own brand of material. 48 W ' A From a piano-string ' s-eye view, we can see Dr. Neurath and Mr. North looking over the shoulder of Dr. Luvaas. Dr. Pincht and Dr. Lavely seem to have looked up suddenly from a discussion — - perhaps philosophy, perhaps some campus problem. A moment between classes with the psychology department, while they trade chatter back and forth — Dr. Buckingham, Dr. Patton, and Mr. Davis. " -hH HP— ' -» ■W ' ' - ! ' ' — ♦ ilt_ji (ft. e.V. •V ' » ' i Monihers of the Physical Education Department in their own habitat — Montgomery gym. Mr. Way, Mr Hcnder.sen, Mis.s Kirk, Hershbergcr, Mr. Han- .sen, Mr. Garbark, and Miss Tanton compose the group. Faculty 50 Members of this group are such notables of the Allegheny Playshop as Mr. Cherry, Mrs. Darling, Mr. Hulburt, Mrs. McMillen, Mr. Hess, Mr. McMillen, Mr. Walton, Mrs. Bird, and Mr. Martin. All known on stage, off stage, and behind stage! Representing the hands that steer the sociology department are Dr. Muller and Mr. Ricards. Each seems engrossed in a different point of interest behind us somewhere! 51 x ? (f HI ipoaMmai Fraternities and Sororities FLAMING TORCHES fly across a dark- ened campus ... a rustle goes thru the girl-covered balcony, a group gathers below . . . then, silence. Male voices ring out through the air ... a girl in white answers in song. Another fraternity serenade has deepened the meaning of campus life . . . A bond of fellowship in brotherhood or sisterhood ... a sense of unity among all the Greeks . . . This is our fraternity life . . . Rush parties and dinners pledge paddles and dances, shiny new pins, songs and fun, and the most lasting of friends. 53 Left to light. First row: D. Mosso, H. Ostruni, G. Black, P. Zavarella, C. Elston, W. Billings, E. Benson, S. Graffani, R. Hemer, P. Reininga. Second row: R. Windahl, A. Case, J. McCreary, S. Hellnian, F. Lynch, C. Bower, R. Woodward, M. Seibetta, F. Mozdy, R. Duncan. Third row: W. Gibbons, S. Mackall, H. Sea- mons, B. Hemer, R. Sundell, P. Haddad, J. Muir. Fourth row: R. Cohen, J. Riesennian, D. Matts, D. Mattel, T. Smith. Fifth row: R. Miller, T. Szmagala, C. Danielson, G. Torin, J. Dickson. Sixth row: C. Bow- ser, S. Smith, W. Bishop, C. Rice. Phi Kappa Psi 1855 54 " Are you sure the Sigs don ' t have it in their files? " " . . . and from out of the west come the thun- dering hoof-beats of the great horse Sil- ver . . . " The boys take a well earned rest with friends after spending many evenings assisting the local fall harvest. 55 Phi Gamma Delta 1860 Left to right: First row: J. Sullivan, H. Ocamb; W. Whynian, B. Courtney, J. Hill, G. Robinson, P. Reese, E. Snyder, R. Terry, F. Thomas. Second row: R. Agnew, C. Nettrour, J. Chocinsky, F. Reed, E. Shep- ler, H. Suhr, L. Parker, M. Judd, J. Henne, B. Dale, M. Gaster. Third row: J. Stonefoot, B. Segmiller, G. Dunlop, T. Levinson, D. Rodgers, D. McArdle, B. Mason, D. Williams, J. Ryan, J. Ellis, B. Allen- Fourth row: C. Morten, A. Chambliss, A. Yahn, J. Knapp, B. Oehmler, B. Thurston. Fifth row: B. Baker, B. Mcln- doe, D. Thoburn. Sixth row: C. Rickard, S. Zehrung, B. Bowser, D. Wigton, C. Waitz, B. Buck. 56 " After we put away the cannon, let ' s listen to Jacquet blow the moon. " " How about a little chow for the Fiji ' s best friend? " 57 58 " I didn ' t think there were that many fleas in Meadville. " " I think I just pulled a ligament. ' . . . but there must be somebody left who doesn ' t have a date . . . Left to right: First row: B. Heile, R. Damm, D. Brat- ton, B. Ruggiero, " Sniithhy, " J. Olofson, J. Gow, G. Ellas, N. Curtis, A. Wood, D. Chamberlain Second row: A. Klein, R. McLean, B. Shelp, C. Mac- Donald, S. Sanfillippo, V. Mazura, B. Eaton, J. Cotton, J. Cooper, T. Blasco, D. Hannuni, D. Bender, C. Par- lete. Third row: J. Lauffer, T. Kerr, J. Landis, A. McCombs, E. Gooding, C. Willmarth, D. Sayer. Fourth row: H. Shields, A. Monstrom, M. Davis, G. Nichols, T. Marcantonio, D. Stewart. Fifth row: M. Garrett, T. derKinderen, T. Werner, J. Eakin, J. Biekarck, D. Warren. Sixth row: J. Cowles, A. Steffee, D. Bailey, F. Fries, R. Leuenberger. Seventh row: T. Newconib, B. Schorr, C. Conway, J. Howie, M. Miller, B. Ozmun. Delta Tau Delta 1863 59 Left to right: First row: D. Baer, B. Wells, C. Ka berkamp, T. Beagan, T. Gladden, S. Alfonso, F. Cot- ton, B. Alt, R. Davenport, B. Fleming. Second row: T. Arthur, A. O ' Connel, S. Nellas, G. Ginader, A. Van Why, B. Fonsgren, J. Racciappa, B. McCartney, B. Byron, B. Devinny. Third row: J. Freeman, B. Foster, B. McVay, J. Lyons, L. Simons, J. Way. Fourth row: A. Lifton, W. Stone, D. Hayes, P. Leinas, H. Sherrick. Fifth row: D. Uhrich, B. DeHart, R. Rumbaugh, G. Dickson. Phi Delta Theta 1879 60 I! It ' s study time U. S. A. " Put that mop away before they start to arrive. " Designed for the specific purpose of polishing the apple. p f B ' ' • •y ' - K S " 4h . A 1 E Bk. The helping hand of brotherhood. S. A. E. maintaining its reputation of the best parties on campus. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1887 LLiiJ PUN ANTS OFF Left to right: First row: T. Crow, J. Heffner K. Nit- mann, R. Nichols, J. Burns, R. Digel, G. Loughney, D. Wise, R. Clarlcson, D. Neeley. Second row: P. Bren- nan, R. Witty, N. Murray, A. Frazier, R. Welty, J. Kowallis, K. Brandt, R. Borland, M. Mortimer. Third row: R. Herrmann, R. Andrews, W. Stewart, G. Brew, C. Wells, W. Foster. Fourth row: J. Roach, R. Bran- nan. Fifth row: R. Davis, R. Wasserman, E. Bailey, J. Mathews, B. Perry, V. Sandberg. 63 Left to right: First row: K. Mack, S. Moberg, G. Van Hartogh, W. Tiefel, L. Thornbloom, S. Bone, D. Mat- son, D. Trent, G. Wildung, B. Frost. Second row: P. MacEvoy, J. Schwortz, B. Hitz, B. Park, A. Weber, B. Pierre, S. Reitman, E. Davidowitz, K. Stewart, J. Ridgeway. Third row: B. Blackmore, D. Keller, J. Bush, A. Hewitt, G. Dick, J. Fix. Fourth row: J. Gigone, D. Meister, A. Anderson. Alpha Chi Rho 1914 44 Chef Reitman disperses the goodies. National helps out during rush week. 65 Theta Chi 1942 Left to right: First row: V. Cross, J. Hokanson, R. Young, D. Crosley, B. Klein, R. Metz, A. Linz, R. Goldsmith. Second row: G. Zilliac, J. Shapiro; P. Gientz, B. Minnick, B. Dickson, J. Siggio, J. Roberts, A. Anderson. Third row: J. Chapman, D. Bolon, B. Riddell, G. Mouck, D. Bonner, R. Saul. Fourth row: B. Deane, B. Kenyon, J. Symons, T. Howell, K. de Graffenvied, D. Popeney. 66 " One of the chaperones just passed out: " fie ¥»•■ , ' V« " I thouftht he said there were no quizzes in that course. " " . . . and then there ' s the one about this guy on his honeymoon . . . " r ' M 67 Theta fathers line up with their daughters and beam for the photog- rapher. Could they be party records? 68 Left to right: First row: M. Brunot, J. Melvin, D. Shuman, M. Rafferty, X. Tatem, B. Chew, E. Martin, N. Mason, J. Reznor, B. Walker, M. Congleton, S. Dobson, N. Archer, C. Brown, V. Wise, R. Dodds. Second row: G. Thompson, S. Jones, N. Johnston, J. Fellows, P. Port, M. Rowbottom, B. Bixler, M. Lind- beck, B. Moreton, M. Shryock, C. Hefren, S. Smith, E. Bender, H. McCaflferty, S. Williams. Third row: G. Anderson, K. Keifer, M. L. Robinson, M. Long, S. O ' Connor, J. Stover. Fourth row: J. Gridley, C. Deni- son, N. Sutter, M. J. Curry, M. Digby. Fifth row: M. J. Barnes, A. Hadaway, F. Edwards, J. Herringshaw, M. R. Sutter, N. Dubrawsky. Kappa Alpha Theta 1881 69 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1888 Left to right: First row: E. Brown, D. Dewey, E. Engle, L. Bond, L. Balkey. B. Mills, F. Yeager, V. Smith, J. Turner, D. Wolf, P. King, B. A. Graf, C. Atwell. Second row: X. Smith, A. Rickard, J. Holli- day, J. Koehler, M. Hamilton, J. Parsons, A. Arch- bold, J. Rust, C. Estep, J. Dallas. J. Wallin, S. Moore. J. MacGregor. Third row: B. Cooper, S. Smoot, X. McXemar, M. Marcy. X. Martino, L. Bauni, C. Faller. Forth row: R. Dunnington, J. Spinning, P. Stewart, V. Rogers, F. Kappler, I. Van Xess, I. Samzelius, M. Fullerton. Fifth row: M. Pierce, B. Voges, X. Divine, A. D. Clark. M. A. Sawdev, V. Johnson. 70 V ' . It ' s " Flamin Mamie " loud and long. " After the ball is over , Yes, rush parties are fun. 71 1 P 1TT -M " 72 Shirley leads the Alpha Chi drinking song . . . what, no drink? ! " So then he said . . . " " Okay, then, mop duty! " Left to right: First row: M. Davis, L. Lindsey, A. Warner, E. Koston, M. Baldwin, M. J. Bates, M. Peter- son, A. Lowden, B. Bacon, N. Hough. Second row: J. Randolpli, C. Howarth, B. Theen, B. Barlow, R. Berryman, J. Carlino, P. Dunham, A. Harmony. Third row: R. Davidson, G. Mullenix, G. Graff, S. Havelin, L. Jeffrey, N. Rutherford, A. Mitchell, S. Pettit, S. Woeckner. Fourth row: J. Decker, A. Sherman, M. Delancy, J. Bouvier, J. Brown, L. Ewing, S. Harri- son. Fifth row: M. Skeel, J. Redfield, Y. Mullree, A. Clark, A. Pfleghardt, J. Wilbur, S. Baldwin, L. Curran. Alpha Chi Omega 1891 73 Left to right: First row: J. Banyard, N. Ellis, A. Mack, J. Lowry, M. A. Chapman, C. Evans, R. Wil- son, S. Kragnes, N. Garson, E. J. Boyle. Second row: M. A. Kammerer, S. Bird, B. Garbark, M. Gizzie, G. Locke, I. McNamara, M. Oilman, P. Riesenmann, B. Edstrom, C. Darnell, G. Secor, P. Jamison. Third row: D. Forshay, M. Zulch, F. Smock, S. Stockton, M. Mac- Ewen, D. Russell, J. O ' Day. Fourth row: F. Asche- houg: R. Amy, J. Foertsch, M. Hansen, K. Sutherland, J. Bentley, C. Pennington. Fifth row: H. Botsai, M. Coolev, J. Wiltshire, R. Yost, S. Rudolph. Sixth row: L. Chase, F. Price, S. Shields. Alpha Gamma Delta 1912 lA Shiny new pledge paddles run ram- pant at the Alpha Gam pledge dance in the Phi Delt house. Everyone has something to say. T. U. Pledge Formal at the Phi Gam house . . . good music . . . good food . • • good fun. 76 " Great scott, do people really sleep in things like that? " Theta Upsilon 1924 Left to right: First row: S. Black, N. Felter, E. Kuhl- man, B. McLain, S. Homire, C. Blackman. Second row: N. Jackson, N. Hood, R. Hammil, B. Iverson, A. Hus- ton, M. Lascheid, D. Johnson, E. Rodgers. 77 Alpha Xi Delta 1926 Left to right: First row: C. Whetsel, G. Neuenfeldt, J. Babcock, M. Beaver, J. Davis, D. Spaulding, R. Hawkins. Second row: B. Ewing, S. Sipple, M. Ben- nett, J. Bremmer, S. Wunderlich, C. Fletcher, S. Stock- man, E. Stevens, C. Dunkle. Third row: E. Colvin, B. Fahrney, A. Asan, N. Morrison, A. Dickison, M. Nich- olson. 78 President Peg gives her committee the word. 79 " And did you hear about . . .? " Al Denio competes with George Gershwin for the attentions of the Allegheny independent women. 80 Left to right: First row: P. Bond, J. Saville, B. Ford, B. Gaskill, M. Hackey, M. A. Funk, M. Wood, S. Erick- son, N. Beere, A. Williams, K. Dunkle. Second row: M. Lambrecht, D. Umbach, B. Walck, M. Kennedy, J. Weaver, S. Smith, N. Swenson, B. Vanis, V. Tadross, I. Abbey, N. Eberhardt, N. Michener. Third row: S. Kane, J. Radcliffe, R. Lanza, C. Newton, L. Grinnell, C. Masterson. Independent Women ei i The Gator Drama iilVTEAR THE VALE where Cussewago - winds its silent way " . . . Here is the place we call home from September to June . . . Here in pictures are the eight-o ' clocks we rushed for . . . the meals we went to . . . the tests we worried about . . . the activities we worked in . . . the " goodnites " we said at the door . . . and the parties we went to . . . Here is the harried life that seems but a mad whirl while we ' re in it . . . The life that will mellow into fond memories as the years go by . . . Here is Gator Drama. 83 Registration Lines Ilegistration . . . confusion . . . cards . . . ink- stained hands . . . exam group numbers . . . and, " Registration is not complete until all bills have been paid . . . " 84 Off to see Mr. Edwards and company . . . another line . . . the big blow . . . a hurried letter to Father . . . bank- rupt again . . . Then off to the Grill . . . . cokes, coffee, a blatant juke box . . . relaxation, conversation, and re- freshment ... a rest for weary feet. • I. ' .! ' - 4 i Arise, you begger of low degree. Scrape, scrape . . . rasp, rasp . . . " who hid the septic pencil? " ' ' • . ■ . « • • » • ' Mother warned me there would be days like this. " 86 Brook ' s 8:14 Club The day begins John line-up . . . breakfast in a lump . . . weather check — " Great Scott, it ' s dark " . . . ten minute, two minute, late again bell. stay awake till he calls the role? " 87 Class Change 88 Out of Arter and back to bed . . . white bucks, quag- mire, shoes shot . . . chapel bells . . . morning news, New York Times ... on with the Blues and off to Drill . . . Di ' . Ross and Socrates . . . stomach rumbles and Beethoven ' s Fifth . . . lectures end, classes close . . . lines form . . . Spanish Rice. 89 I i m -- i Moral support . , Allegheny bleeds Temperature, pulse, blood pressure . . . wait in line, get your bottle, swab the arm, OUCH! Bottle filled, shaky legs, orange juice . . . bled again. Support. 91 Lunch standing, starch and stomach aches . . . Seniors first, then fight for your life . . . The steward rings the bell, the rush is on . . . limas, leftovers and cheese souflle . . . Thank God for the peanut butter . . . Passez-moi de sel, s ' il vous plait . . . Bread and basket- ball, cherry cobbler and chatter . . . " Fourth for bridge? " JiiyyyOQQigiOC ISBQQQBiB IBBBOiBBB 92 The tall and short of Brooks ' chow commit- tee — Miss Townsend and Bud Mclndoe. 93 Winners of Tenth Annual Invitation Golf Tournament — Rusty Rep- logle, Carl Danielson, Bill Daddio, Skip Zehrung, Skip Yahn. Carl Danielson of Allegheny won medalist honors scoring a 75 on a par 72 course. 94 Afternoon Finesse won ' t work, horns won ' t fit, knowledge won ' t stick . . . Grill and reading room vie for first place in weekday social whirl . . . Pity he who plays the Sousaphone . . . " Reach under the cushion and get the cards. " " Books lack it, let ' s catch forty winks before dinner. " 95 A special dinner at Brooks . . . Christmas, candlelight, crystal ALLEGHENY UNDERGRADUATE COUNCIL. Sit- ting: R. Urich, C. Walters, H. McCaffei-ty, J. Lowery, J. Racciappa, R. Dunnington, T. Gladden, T. Mustio, J. Olofson, J. Turner. .Standing: S. Graffam, W. Dale, W. McCartney, S. Baldwin, W. Bowser, R. Terry, G. Black, J. Hill, A. Yahn, J. Howie. 96 HOUSE COUNCIL attempts to keep the dormi- tories in ship-shape. First row: J. Anderson, H. Botsai, S. Sauder. Second row: V. Hershberger, advisor; C. Newton, B. Seifert, L. Curran, M. Davis, V. Johnson, chairman. Third row: M. Congleton, S. Clark, B. Wright, D. Skinner. SENATE. Women ' s governing body. First row: F. Price, F. Kappler, C. Estep, B. Voges, L. Ewing, S. Singleton, V. Johnson. Second row: A. Ball, R. Lanza, B. Habley, J. Radcliff, B. Gaskill, J. Lowrey, president; N. Dubrawsky; C. Atwell, V. Smith, B. Edstrom, S. Dougall. Clubs ACTIVITIES BOARD provides a varied program of entertainment for our girls. Seated: R. A. Hawkins, S. Smoot, R. Garvey, advisor; C. Estep, chairman. Standing: R. Roha, B. Narwold, A. Clark, C. Pen- nington, J. Stover. SENIOR COURT. Women ' s judicial body. They are J. Koehler, R. Mills, V. Smith, president; E. Mar- tin, M. Baldwin, and M. A. Chapman. 97 PUBLICATIONS BOARD. W. Bone, C. Howarth, R. Terry, J. Rich- ards, S. Reitman, P. Reisenman. KALDRON STAFF. S. Rollinson, B. Sprout, J. Richards, editor; T. Smith, E. Snyder, and missing from the picture. Sue Black. 98 CAMPUS STAFF Left to right: First row: C. Thoburn, B. Fish, E. David- owitz, S. Reitman, P. Riesenman, editor; J. Radcliff, B. Marth, B. Eaton, S. Shields. Second row: M. Lambrecht, M. Klemm, A. Lifton, G. Brew, F. Bi-o ' wn, L. Rubin. LITERARY .MAGAZI.NE .STAFF. From Uft to riyht around the table: S. Reitman, C. Darnell, B. Katz, A. Willcs, W. Bone, editor; B. A. Graf, N. Miller, V. Smith, A. Warner, M. Oilman. 99 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL. Left to right: W. Bone, W. Seg- miller, J. Hill, W. Billings, R. Duncan, S. Reitnian, R. Young, J. Hokanson, J. Howie, E. Curtis, J. Matthews, J. Burns. FAN-HELL. First row: M. Scifert, S. Jones, M. MacEwen, A. Har- mony, C. Blacknian, A. Archbold, E. Brown. .Second row: N. Tatem, N. Felter, G. Neuunfeldt, S. Bird, M. Peterson. r _ - t CWEXS. I. van Ness, V. Rodgers, C. Pennington, M. J. Curry, F. Price, G. Brinkman, S. Dougall, president; F. Edwards, R. Dunnington, K. Sutherland, S. Baldwin, F. Kappler. JUNIOR ADVISORS. First, row: M. Oilman, M. MacEwen, T. Jones, V. Johnson, N. Dubrawsky. .Second row: G. Mullenix, C. Hcfron, J. Fellows, C. Estep, A. Willis. Third row: S. Stockton, J. Dallas, J. Anderson, S. Smoot, president; P. Dunham, H. McCaf- ferty. Fourth row: M. Zulch, M. A. Sawdy, B. Voges, F. Davidson, B. Edstrom. L. Ewing. 101 102 PHI BETA PHI— national biology honorary. Seated: P. Bond, N. Ellis, P. King, president; C. Dunkle, G. Neuenfeldt, J. Dallas, A. Rickard, A. Houston. Standing: K. Brandt, E. Curtis, advisor; R. Uhrich, W. Sogmiller, M. Ouye, H. Rumbaugh, L. Rubin, R. Sundell, D. Rogers. Bob Frost, only junior elected to Phi Beta Kappa. WIS HONOR SYSTEM COMMITTEE. A toast to those who are trying to reduce our trials and tempta- tions. COLLEGE UNION PLANNING BOARD. A com- mittee hard at work to provide a college social center. 103 THOBURN CLUB. W. Lang, A. Hpwitt, A. Monstrom, B. Poulson, R. Klein, N. Sabin, M. Bailey. NEWMAN CLUB. First row: N. Swensen, D. Cianchetti, S. Franehi. Second row: B. Garbark, president; J. Laden, V. Tadross, M. Burch- field, N. Sopp, R. Lanza. Third row: E. Wojniak, S. Katyuk, D. Mattei, M. Scibetta, P. Dunham, J. Cochran, B. Vanis, B. Carson, W. Oehmler. Fourth row: T. Newcomb, E. Koston, A. Asan, D. McArdle, J. Amdruschak, L. Soisson, M. L. McCracken, S. Sippel. ALLEGHENY CHRLSTIAN ASSOCIATION planning board. Clock- wise: G. Locks, E. Narwold, K. Sutherland, H. Picht, advisor; L. Simmons, J. Raciappa, J. Buechel, P. Hart. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS. First row: C. Damitz, T. Hagin, S. Gar- ner. Second row: A. Wheeler, A. DeLellis, N. Hough, F. Hays, E. Rodgers, B. Hanson, advisor; P. Gordon-Ellis, S. Bird, B. Vanis, J. Weever. PHI GAMMA MU — national history honorary. First row: M. Zulch, J. Banyard, N. Felter. Second row: S. Bird, J. Allegretti, S. Stockton, C. Newton, B. Ford, president; B. Voges, G. Mullenix, S. Harrison, C. Howarth. Third row: J. Chocinsky, F. Cotton, S. Graff am, P. Jensen, H. Muller, advisor; P. Knights, advisor; R. Digel, T. Mustio, J. Muir, P. Brennan, T. Gladden. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB lecture in Ruter Hall. PHILO-FRANKLIN speech union are N. Beere, M. A. Kilburn, A. Harmony, J. Sullivan, N. Curtis, E. Engle, T. Gladden, A. Lifton, W. Oehmler, C. Wells, and W. McCartney. DELTA SIGMA RHO, national honorary speech fraternity claims only two members, Emily Engle and Bill McCartney. John Wilson orates for fellow members of the DEBATE SQUAD— W. McCartney, E. Engle, R. Popeney, S. Heeter, M. A. Kilburn, S. Singleton, P. Roth, J. Shapiro, C. Wells, F. Adams, and their faculty advisor, Mr. Hess. KAPPA DELTA EPSILOX. These future teachers pause between plans for a bigger and better educa- tional system. They are: First row: M. Congleton, E. McDonnell, M. Kilburn, B. Westbrook, E. Umbach. Second row: M. Faust, J. Davis, M. Kennedy, R. Wolfe, L. Ewing, J. Stover. Third row: E. Stadtlander, ad- visor; R. Garvey, advisor; D. Wolfe, president; L. Balkey, B. Mills, N. Dubrawsky, S. Jcnes, J. Mac- Gregor, N. Archer, B . Bacon, M. Beaver, S. Rollinson, C. Estep, B. Cooper, N ' . McEvoy, S. Kragnes, C. Evans, E. Brown, S. Snioot. 108 CHE.MII. Seated: H. Rhinesmith, D. Neely, W. Zehrung, N. Smith, B. Edstrom. Standing: I. Gluck, H. State, J. Cavelti, L. Pino, R. Frost, K. Mack, M. Judd. ALLEGHENY SINGERS. D. Spaulding, B. Dunn, M. English, L. Baum, J. Brown, F. Yeager, J. Holliday, J. Lowery, N. Miller, M. Wood, S. Smith, F. Edwards, S. Homire. Second row: B. Barlow, F. Kappler, E. Brown, M. MacEwen, F. Smock, B. Ewing, N. Dubraw- sky, E. Coleman, B. Bacon, V. Johnson, B. Iverson, M. Zuch, B. Gaskill, A. Willis, J. Burlingame. Third row: J. Howe, L. Curran, R. Byron, W. Dale, R. Misoura, D. Hannum, J. Knapp, D. Titus, T. Prey, C. Thobrun, J. Lyons, B. Forsgren, H. Shields, J. Grender, C. Smith. Fourth row: R. Brannon, G. Robinson, T. Duff, R. Din- niny, A. Goldstein, D. D ' Alessio, P. van Strum, E. Mc- Indoe; L. Brakewell, R. Sundell, R. Zehenner, L. Parker, W. Whyman, R. Luenberger, J. Raciappa. r in I jrp The CHAPEL CHOIR rehearsing under the direction of W. S. Wright North. 109 Mr. Walton explodes at PINAFORE staging. The SINFONIETTA bringing fine arts to life. 110 Time out from club activities for a G-7 hour test. Ill BOOTS AND SADDLES. First row: V. Johnson, A. Warner, B. Brown, I. Abbey, J. Allegretti. Second row: S. Sippel, R. A. Haw- kins, S. Singleton, M. Paine, S. Smith, F. Aschehoug, T. Walker. THE OUTING CLUB . . . second floor bunks, hard floors, dying coals, sleeping bags, hot coffee, ski trails, repaired bridges and beaver dams. ORCHESIS. First row: F. Hays, G. Mullenix, P. Nelson, J. Rudin, S. Leety, C. Wyman, J. Wiltshire, S. Smith, M. Lindbeck. Second row: S. Gallatin, G. Anderson, B. Amy, M. Cooley, A. Rishor, C. Larson, C. Blackman, M. Hamilton, president. TERRAPIN. First row: A. D. Clark, F. Price, A. Dickison, A. Clark, N. Engstrom, S. Rollinson, J. Carter, M. Nicholson, M. Hausen, L. Chase, B. Fish, H. Rutter. Second row: M. Fullerton, C. Faller, J. Laden, S. Black, G. Secor, B. Brown, P. Gizzie, C. Pennington, P. Campbell, A. Mack, president; B. Vanis, J. Spinning. WOMAN ' S ATHLETE ASSOCIATION. These are the girls who keep our women students in shape. First row: A. McPhee, J. Spinning. Second row: R. A. Hawkins, M. J. Curry, A. Houston, B. Cooper, president; M. Hamilton, H. Botsai, J. Zepfel. BLOCK A. Left to right: First row: H. Ocamb, R. Mason, E. Snyder, C. Kalberkamp, S. Segal, E. Mcln- doe, G. van Hartogh, A. Van Why, F. Cotton, T. Bea- gan, D. Hannum. Second row: W. Courtney, C. Rick- ard, J. Muir, E. Benson, R. Heimer, A. Case, J. Ertle, S. Graffam, F. Lynch, G. Black. Third row: B. Fors- gren, T. Mustio, A. Pankopf, R. Buck, P. Roese, J. Henne, D. Warren, J. Gow, M. McGrew, L. Parker. Fourth row: C. Amoroso, M. Riechle, R. Foster, S. Alfonso, A. O ' Connell, J. Ellis, J, Dickson, J. Dunlop, R. Baker, D. Thurston. 114 Evening Out of the library ... a coke and bridge . . . into the cold and down the drive . . . idling engines, gasoline fumes, frosty windows, and a warm goodnight. Fire Drill I m ' . V 115 Backstage Singers. Carlyle croons at Christmas caper. Sign-in scramble. Good nite One minute to zero. ' The best laid plans of mice and men . . l iitttfiiflH Intercollegiate Sports CHEERING CPwOWDS, blue and gold pen- nants . . . the fighting ' Gators and stern-faced coaches . . . coke and hot dogs . . . sweat . . . tears . . . and laughs. The perpetual athletic contest . . . football, soccer, basketball, swimming, baseball, tennis, and track . . . runners, sluggers, kickers and jumpers are cheered to victory with songs, yells, and cheers . . . We are all different, alone and apart . . . but together in a crowd, it ' s " Let ' s go " Gators, " or " Allegheny fight! " 119 Football 120 % SCHEDULE AlleffKeny 40 Obeilin 3:? Alleftheny Dickinson .... IS Allegheny 7 Hobart 26 Allegheny Carnegie Tech . 19 AlleRheny l.J Grove City 12 Allegheny 13 Wooster • ' 2 Allegheny 20 Westminster . . 26 Allegheny Rochester .3S Left to right: First row: J. Giddens, D. McArdle, D. Barron, J. Wisniewski, D. Thurston, C. Morton, C. Waltz, C. Grazier. Second row: A. Case, E. Shepler, E. Snyder, R. Mason, H. Ocamb, P. Roese, J. Henne, W. Oehmler, D. McMahnn, S. Alfonso, A. O ' Connell. Third row: J. Thompson. R. Wigton, C. Rice, D. Mattel, R. Nichols, C. Rickard, H. Zimmerman, R. Foster, C. Amoroso, W. Stone, D. Pedersen, D. Watts, D. Hen- derson, coach. Fourth row: B. Forsgren, manager; O. Benz, T. Arther, R. Reed, R. Baker, J. McCreary, S. Smith, R. Brannon, T. Levinson, D. O ' Hanesian, D. Reed. Cr ! t- " vW- ' ■4.1 t7 •?« •« f i ■ i- J -4 - 4 l: y er. «i Basketball The taste of victory. Left to right: First row: E. Snyder, J. .Lehman, C Elston, E. Mclndoe, R. Buck, L. Parker, D. Mattei Second row: R. Garbark, coach; W. Walsh, W. Court- ney, C. Francis, W. Bishop, W. Bowser, D. Wil- liams, P. Campbell, H. Ocamb, manager. 125 SCHEDULE _ Allegheny 78 Edinboro . . . 68 Allegheny 77 Oberlin .. . 71 Allegheny 9.} Alliance . .. 71 Allegheny 67 Gannon . . . .-)9 Alleg heny 9:5 (ieneva . .101 Allegheny 96 Case Tech ...71 Allegheny 7:5 Westminster . . . ...67 Allegheny 60 Grove City . . . 6.-) Allegheny 72 Slippery Rock . . ...76 Allegheny 93 Edinboro . . . 75 Allegheny 97 a ' hiel ...66 Allegheny .S6 Buflfalo State . . . . . . 84 Allegheny 71 Rochester ...74 Allegheny 67 Clarion . . . 77 Allegheny 73 Carnegie Tech . . . . . 68 Allegheny 83 Alliance . . . 72 Allegheny 70 Wooster ...92 Allegheny 8.-) Alfred ...79 Allegheny 91 Grove City .. 68 Swimming SCHEDULE Allegheny 40 Grove City . . :r Allegheny .{4 Carnegie Tech . . . . . 41 Allegheny 60 Edinboro . . 24 Allegheny 24 Case Tech . . 60 Allegheny 46 Westminster . . . . .. 29 Allegheny 40 Slippery Rock . . . .. 44 Allegheny 39 (Jrove City .. 36 Allegheny 47 W. J .. 28 Allegheny 29 Wooster . . 5. " ) DISTRICT MEET Carnegie Tech .... 70 Case Tech .lO Allegheny 40 Slippery Rock :?S Westminster - " U W. J 18 Left to right: First row: R. Fisher, B. Poulson, J. Muir, B. Perry, C. White. Second row: W. Hanson, coach; F. Brand, J. Giddens. P. Jensen, manager. I jf fi Left to right: H. P. Way, coach; J. Loewy, J. Dickson, L. Oxley, T. Mustio, P. Davidoff, G. Minor, D. Atkinson, G. van Haitogh. J. Way, coach; S. Segal, J. Knapp, manager. Tennis SCHEDULE Alleffheny 9 Clarion . . . Allegheny S Slippery Rock . .. 1 Allegheny 9 Grove City . . . .. . Allegheny Geneva — Rain Allegheny 9 Indiana . . . Allegheny Carnegie Tech- -Rain Allegheny 7 Case .. . 2 Allegheny A Edinboro .. . 1 Allegheny ..6 Mount Union . ... .J Allegheny 7 Westminster .. . 2 Allegheny 7 Grove City . . . ... 2 Won 9 Lost Coach Way and senior players, Segal, van Har- togh, and Mustio discuss spring strategy. 129 Track It ' s a long way from starting position to breaking the tape. SCHEDULE Allegheny 52 W. J 7S Allegheny 62 Westminster . 6S Allegheny 42 Carnegie Tech 8S Allegheny 61 (Jeneva 70 Allegheny 55 Grove City . . . 71 Allegheny 74 Edinboro .... 58 Left to right: First row: R. Buck, R. Penwell, J. Mit- chell, D. Mclndoe, F. Fielding, A. Spears. Second row: W. Hanson, coach; A. Lewis, J. Riesennian, R. Nichols, A. Bentley, G. Dunlop, G. Mitchell, H. Lange, R. Eaton, manager. Third row: D. DeGrange, D. Warren, D. Mat- tel, P. Zavarella, A. O ' Connell, S. Alfonso. ►.• Baseball Lynch takes a cut at the ball. SCHEDULE Allegheny 10 Waynesburg 5 Allegheny 1 Slippery Rock 4 Allegheny 5 Western Reserve 21 Allegheny 2 Clarion 8 Allegheny 1 W. J.— Rain 7th . . 1 Allegheny 1 Pitt 6 Allegheny 5 Wooster 6 Allegheny 3 Westminster — Rain 6th 3 Allegheny 1 Alliance 4 Allegheny 5 Mount Union Allegheny 1 Alliance 3 Allegheny 2 Oberlin 1 Allegheny 1 Pitt 7 Gordie Black coming in for the tally. Left to right: First row: G. Loughney, G. Black, J. E. Benson, R. Davis, C. Herrmann, T. Cunningham, R. Pool, F. Cotton. T. Beagan, W. Bishop, A. Pankopf, W Andrews ' , D. Reed, D. Baer, R. Garbark. Bowser, W. McVay. Second row: 8. Forner, R. Steel, Bob Buck All- American, 1952 Not all the game is played on the field. Soccer SCHEDULE Allegheny 2 Grove City " 5 Allegheny 4 Western Reserve 1 Allegheny 1 Grove City 2 Allegheny 1 Oberlin 2 Allegheny 1 Slippery Rock . . 4 Left to right: First row: C. Xettrour, A. Van Why, A. Eekstroni. G. Culberson, R. Hemer, P. Jensen, M. McGrew, R. Heile. Second row: W. Hanson, coach; G. Mutch- ler, J. Laufert, D. Hannuni, D. Saver, J. Ellis, R. Buck, J. Truman, G. Ozzman, R. Goldsmith, G. Forner, J. Biekarck, D. Bratton, manager. Third row: W. Regan, F. Brand, J. Hewitt, A. Monstrom, C. White, W. Dean, M. Reiehle, L. Kibler. % 133 " Fashion is our Business " e Nvisli you success ill your business Compliments of IMAYFAIR SHOPPE W here Styles Originate As in Education. so in your purchases; The best brings more lasting satisfaction. THE CRA FORD STORE, Inc. Meadville ' s Largest Home-OMned Store KEPLER HOTEL Comfortable Rooms . . . . . . Reasonable Rates Centrally located 900 Market Street Phone: 41-221 3 Private Dining Rooms If e cater to private Parties and Banquets E L D O N MEYS FISE CLOTHES 1 78 Chestnut Street MEADMLLE. PA. 134 MEADVILLE CITY LINES, Inc. CHARTER SERJICE MEADVILLE. PA. Get Those Tasty Buns from DUNN ' S BAKERY Better Baking For Every Occasion 962 Main Street MEADVILLE, PA. GELVIN JACKSON and STARR Service to this community for over seventy-five years INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Crawford County Trust Company Building For That Late Evening Snack . . . Try Flavo-Rite Enriched Bread Always A Day Fresher • MEADVILLE BREAD COMPAIW Phone: 27-0:il 1272 South Main Street MEADVILLE, PENNA. 135 Best Wishes to HARLEY D. CARPENTER The Class of 1953 from ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES J. H. NUNN CO., Inc. Anything Electrical • Opposite the Post Office Furniture of - Distinction WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY Compliments from the Management and Employees of the • BEACON INN MEADVILLE, PA. 180 Mercer Street MEADVILLE, PA. • • " Famous For Fin ' Foods You can be SURE . . . if it ' s AAA Recommended WESTINGHOUSE Member Pennsylvania Restaurant Association 136 You re paying enougn to get tlie Talon zipper in any slioe Iastened clotning you buy... and not just a zipper made to look like it. Cneck next time and every time. TALON, INC. MEADVILLE. rENNSYLVANIA 137 COYAN AND GREEN PHARMACY Fresh Chocolates Mary Lincoln — U hitman ' s Kept Contantly Fresh in Our Special Candy Refrigerator Compliments of MOORE MILK COMPANY DAIRY BAR • 8. 2 Washington Street Congratulations and Best W ishes fi rom BILL at the RED AND WHITE Deluxe Comfort and Entertainment at MEADVILLE S FINEST THEATER Neiv MEADVILLE. PENNA. Tfi-p Pick of the Pictures Plus Perfect Sound We li;i f tlie Retisc ' ope Fiber-glass ( ' .oiicave Screen Every Seat a Perfert One! 138 .o These suits say a lot about two ways of life! Take the suit on the left, for example. It i.s typical of the clothing available to a favored few in Russia. It ' s one of a collection shown by Bonwit Teller of New York. Disregarding st) ' le, this suit just doesn ' t stand up to its American counterpart. Awkwardly cut from a stiff boardy fabric, it offers none (jf the quality and alue we take for granted. Yet, a drab garme nt like the one shown here is a prized possession beyond the Iron Curtain. In American dollars it cost about $126 — almost a year ' s clothing allowance for a Russian typist or stenographer. . nd shoes, hats, coats, and accessories are priced proportionately! This isn ' t the American way of doing things— ask any girl! She would tell ()u that the American-made rayon and acetate suit would be less than !t 50— and there would be plenty left omt in her budget to provide any num- ber of other pretty and wearable garments. Rayon and acetate in the free hands of America ' s de- signers and manufacturers have made us the best- dressed nation on earth. In this, as in so many things — our system stands alone in the benefits it oflers- and delivers! . merican Viscose (Corporation, Meadville, Pa. WORLD ' S AMERICAN VISCOSE CORPORATION LARGEST PRODUCER OF M A N - M . D E FIBERS 139 Compliments of BALDWIN WELCOMER 959 Water Street MEADVILLE. PA. ( nm pliments of JOHN GIZZIE 956 Market Street MONUMENTS TILE WORK For the pause that refreshes Continuous Quality Have a Coke (OTTUD UMOa AIJTHQttrt 0» ' «! COC COl» COMfAKT ft 140 Coiiiplinientii and Best Wishes To The Class of " 53 AL ' S CLOTHES SHOP Your Official Esquire Stort ' for (itiimdlly Krioiin Brands 944 Water Street MEADMLLE. PA. Compliments of ILK Terrace Street Ext. MEADMLLE. PA. C.onijAiinrnts from Your FORD Dealer BOB COUGHENOUR, Inc. 890 Park Avenue MEADMLLE. PA. Compliments of BALDWIN WELCOMER COMPANY FlRMTl KK - HARDWARE SPORTLNG GOODS 959-961 Water Street MEADMLLE. PA. Plione: .S9841 WATSON ' S Easy Terms CHINA HOUSE Hotel. Restaurant. Hospital V 1 Equipment, and Supplies N • SMITH-CORONA York Air Conditioning and Refrigeration • ROYAL REMINGTON Engineering. Designing, and Fully Guaranteed Complete Layout Ser ice 357 North Street HILL ' S MEADVILLE, PENNA. OFFICE SUPPLY Phone: 33-033 937 Market Street Best Wislies From Senior Photographs JEROME MEYER CO. by JEWELERS PHOTOGRAPHIC • ARTS Home of Perfevti m Clinton Court Blue-White Diamonds • Academy Theatre Buihlin MEADVILLE, PA. MEADMLLE, PA. Phone: 3.S-071 Dial 4-1247 142 HOFFMAN ' S Contf linieiits GREENHOUSE of • Corsages and W M G W BoiKjltPtS • • If e Tvli ' iiraph FUnvers • AM and FM 819 South Grant Street MEADVILLE. PENNA. ABC in Meadville Phone: 28-671 Private Bath and Radio In Every Room CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST RO-HO-CHO MOTEL 3 Miles West .f MEADVILLE. PENNA. 1 on Routes 322 ami 6 T-V IN PUBLIC LOUNGE ROOM Phone: Meadville 51-946 for Reservations 143 Ride In Style CALL 41-224 and we will send a cab to your dormitory an«l take you to your destination . . . reasonable rates. LAFAYETTE TAXI SERVICE 14-7 Chestnut Street MEADVILLE 215 Che»itnut Street MEADVILLE, PA. The " Last Word " This flittering marquee is the lip-off of a brantl new interior -the " last word " in comfort at the ACADEMY THEATER. Relax in smart neiv seats. Walk on plush carpeting, and breathe washed and filtered air. Enjoy the Big Pictures at The Aeadeniv VILLAGE TAVERN Steaks - Chops - Sandwiches and Excellent Italian and American Dinners Dial 55-722 888 Water Street MEADVILLE. PA. We Cater to Banquets and Parties Complete Linen Rental Seriice For the Best, Call — Penn-Ohio Coat, Apron, Towel Supply Co. Plione: MUW " ' s Meet and Eat " THE CAMPUS COVE Delicious Sandwiches - Barbecues Sodas - French Fries - Candy Ordfrs Made to Take Out Fresh Fruit Punch For our Party Punch Bowl. Silver Ladle and Punch Cups Also Available Open Sundays 164 Chestnut Street Phone: 25-023 Compliments of F A H R ' S Ladies ' Ready to W ear and Accessories Allegheny ddle e Students . Make Our Store Your H E A D Q U A R T K R S Stop Here for Your Scho()l Room Supplies As Well As Your Personal Needs G. C. MURPHY CO. 5c -11.00 Store 226 Chestnut Street 248 Chestnut Street MEADVILLE BUICK COMPANY Bitirk Motor Cars 862-87« Park Avenue MEADVILLE, PENNA. 145 Compliments of R. W. SPAULDING and SON Cigarette and Candy Vending Machines Race Street MEADVILLE. PA. Congratulations to the Class of 1953 Your Friendly Cadillac and Oklsniobile Dealer 960 Park Avenue MEADVILLE. PA. National Bearing Division AMERICAN BRAKESHOE COMPANY Manufacturers of Railroad Journal Bearings Industrial Bronze Bearings and Castings Blast Furnace Copper Castings SAGEKTOWN KOAD MEADVILLE. PA. 146 -i WIRT ' S For ALL Your Nee ls Two Drug Stores THE BOOKSTORE AND Wirt ' s Pharmacy CAMPUS SHOP 245 Chestnut Street • Little Wirt ' s Pharmacy 916 N. Main Street For Your Pleasure and Convenience PRESCRIPTION SPECIA LISTS •k DRUG SUNDRIES THE GRILL RITE WAY Compliments and PAT ' S and PETE ' S FOOD LINER Best Wishes To The Graduating Class of 1953 North Main at Baldwin from • PARK SHOES We Now Carry a Complete • Line of Drugs Park Theatre Building Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. MEADMLLE, PENNA. 147 BOSTON STORE Compliments of FUGAGLFS • WILLOW TAVERN Shoppini; Center for Studpiits • Throii ' Ju ut i ( rtliivestern Pennsylvania For the Best Spaghetti in Meadville • • Corner of Willow and ERIE Market Streets PENNSYLVANIA Dial 36-:i7:i C. C. DE VORE MAURICE M. • Ploom COMPANY Finest in Building Materials DRY CLEANING «9;i Park Avenue • MEADMLLE, PA. 304 Arch Street Dial 2-4941 MEADMLLE, PENNA. 148 Best Dressed Alleghenians ZELLA ' S SHOP Buy at the PRINTZ COMPANY 939 Market Street MEADMLLE. PA. • For Your yiiccst VARSITY-TOWN Gifts and For All CL T H E S Yvur Kuininn Supplies • 27-13:i Pace Makers For Smart Americans STl DENTS . . . JOHN J. SHRYOCK CO. You Uill Find Dry Cleaning at Its Rest at W dlker ' s. • • " Since 1 875 " QUICK SERVICE • FINE CLEANING MEADVILLE ' S ■jf MOST COMPLETE M HOME FIR.MSHERS WALKER ' S CLEANERS 216 Chestnut Street 686 North Street MEADMLLE 149 THE ROYALE SHOP MEADVILLE SPORTING GOODS • Specializing in FOR THE WEDDINGS - FORMALS BEST and COCKTAIL EAR IN • SPORTS EQUIPMENT 827 Park Avenue • Dial :V2-W.i Coinplinients of GREYSTONE KESSLER ' S DINER MOTOR COURT 863 Park Avenue 3 miles South of Meadville. Pa. MEADVILLE, PA. on Route 19 lu ' ar the interseetioii of IT. S. Route 322 Air-Ci»iulitione«l • • JT ht ' rp Every Meal Is A Pleasant Memory Steam Heat • and Private Bath,s Open 24 hours ISO LEONA MITCHELL ' S Party Shop Complete line of Party Centerpieces. Favors and Candles 225 Arch Street MEADVILLE. PA. Dial 25-203 STEERE DAIRY Corhranton Road Phone 30-955 SANDERSON ' S Meadville ' s Most Modern Barber Shop Air Conditioned . BARBERS 342 North Street MEADVILLK, PA. Conipliinents of RODNEY W. DE VORE MEADVILLE. PA. Contractor for the New Baldwin Dormitory Confjratulations to the Class of ' 53 THE TOWNE SHOP 962 Market Street Compliments of a FRIEND 151 Finp Quality SUITS - TOPCOATS - Fl RNISHINGS HATS - SHOES - SPORTSWEAR for Men and Yoimn Men and Ladies ' and Missfs ' SITTS - COATS - SLACKS - SKIRTS P. A. MEYER SONS 817-19-21-23 State Street NEHI BOTTIJNG CO. Bottlers of NEHI R. C. COLA PAR-T-PAK REVFRAGES Dial i.MS.i H. L. MARQUETTE CO. 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