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Page 277 text:
Lola Z. Adelstein
Ruth D. Albaum
Xlice G. Cornell
Evelyn A. Dol
Evelyn M. Gla
Kathryn T. Ric
Mary V. Sweeney
Dorothea Y. l
Mary Jane Ma
Roslyn E. Levine
Jean l". Marks
G. Estelle Reemie
Grace lt. Mai
ililizabeth J. Sargent
Harriet W. Rc
Carol E. Brown
l l in 1931 by a group ol'
Phi Mu Epsilon was lounm .ee .
women students ol' the University's College ol' Miisic.
It is an honorary music society which has as its purpose
the promotion of social life and the maintenence ol' high
scholastic standards among the women ol' the College.
In order to be eligible for membership in the so-
rority, the candidate must have a scholastic rating in
the upper third of the school, must show superior
musical ability and possess high standards of conduct
At a special assembly held in October, the candi- , , ,
, , , resident Vice-I rcsldcnl
dates for membership were presented to the laculty and Mice G. C,,,.m,Il g.jwlv,, A, pullou-
, , , 1. J ,. ,, . '
students and thc. Faculty Iatroness, Miss Helen 5. Secretary .rmmmmr
Leavitt, spoke briefly about the ideals ot a musician. Jenn F. Mm-ks lhuh Alhnum
The new members were initiated in November and
were feted at a formal banquet held in the Hotel
Riehler, Mnelntueeh. Robinson. lluwson. Ilurlelnen.. Gluzer
Slupiun. Brown. Munn. Grillo, Kruvilz, Gurslner. Runenlnre
' - . D rlluff, Presiclenl, Cornell, Corresponding Sl-erelnry .Mll-lulein, Levin:-
llile, Rucnrnling Seerelury Malrk
PHI M EPSILO
Page 276 text:
Presidenl Vice-Pre:-siclcn L
onuld ,l. Gillespie, ,Ir. Willixlrri ,I. King
l'rz:si1lent . . . Donald J. Gillespie, Jr.
V fee-1're.sz'1le11t . William J. King
Scercftury . ,Kenneth D. Custance
TI'6ll'S"lI7'0I' . . . .
. Leo Chalfen
Prof. Percy Graham Prof. Raymond C. Robinson
Dean Alfred H. Meyer Prof. Alfred C. Sherman, Jr.
Kenneth D. Custance llernard Goldstein
Donald J. Gillespie William J. King
John E. Hasson
Leo Chalfen Bernard Schwartz
Membership in Delta Mu Alpha, College of Milsic
honorary society for men students, is based upon scho-
lastic achievement, integrity of character, leadership
ability and personality. Organized to foster the highest
professional standards and to further good fellowship
among students of music, the fraternity has done much
to promote keen interest in student affairs at the Col-
lege. lVIany of the alumni members of Delta Mu Alpha
have become well known in their fields o
Early in the fall Phi Mu Epsilon, the womenls hon-
orary organization, and Delta Mu Al
student-faculty tea at which new me
nounced. The Christmas Assembly, featuring carols of
all nations and music of the Polyphonic era were also
presented by these two progressive organizations.
pha sponsored a
mbers were an-
During the course of the academic year it is the cus-
tom of the fraternity to sponsor a series of lectures pre-
sented by men well known in the fielc
l of school music
and composition. This lectur
e series was open to all
members of the student body of the College of Music.
ln addition to this lecture program, a number of recitals
Members of the society have pursued difficult courses
in solfeggio, elementary and advanced harmony, har-
monic analysis, simple and double co
and fugue, history and analysis of music criticism as well
as the many other advanced courses which the College
Goldstein. llnsson. Sli-inln-rg., Schwartz
Bien-rulilry Cuslunee, 'l'r1-usura-r Chulfen. V
is-1--l'rl'si4lelll King. I'resi4lenl Gillespie
DELTA M LPHA
Page 278 text:
MEMBERS AND OFFICERS
Secretary . .
Organized in 1915 as a working society by which a
small group of students might better study the funda-
mental principles of law, Woolsack has since developed
into the honorary scholastic society of the School of
Law. Seeking a name which would properly imply the
ideals, standards and purposes of the organization, Dr.
Frank L. Simpson, founder of the group chose "Wool-
sack." The VVoolsack. upon which have sat each of the
Lord Chancellors of England since the days of Queen
Elizabeth, is recognized as a symbol of the majesty, the
erudition and the integrity of British law.
Election to Woolsack is regarded as the highest
honor which can be bestowed upon a student at the
School of Law. Membership is restricted to those
seniors who have distinguished themselves by outstand-
ing scholastic achievement, irreproachable ethical
characteristics, leadership ability and professional
interest. Students who meet the exacting requirements
of the society are extended conditional membership in
the early part of their senior year. If the high scholastic
record upon which conditional membership is given is
upheld throughout the year, permanent membership
is granted in May.
VVoolsack's purpose is to establish the importance of
scholarship as a component to the practical aspects
of the legal profession and to foster a spirit of profes-
. Rene A. Brassard
John F. Campbell, Jr.
Stephen C. Struffolino
sional brotherhood among the students at the School
of Law. To materialize its ideals, VVoolsack sponsors a
well organized program of round table discussions each
year. Student members meet with prominent alumni
and discuss vital problems confronting the practising
attorney. Through these group meetings, students are
afforded the opportunity to express their views on
pertinent controversial problems of the day, to hear
what experienced lawyers think about these questions
and to form more significant legal opinions concerning
In addition to maintaining high academic standards,
members of Woolsack have gained recognition by parti-
cipation in extra-curricular activities both at the
School of Law and in the University as a whole. Wool-
sack men have been prominent in the publication of the
Boston University Law Review, quarterly legal maga-
zine, many rising to high staff positions. Numerous
class oflieers, members of the School of Law Student
Council and the University Student Council have been
awarded membership in Woolsack.
VVoolsack can list among its alumni many men who
have been highly successful in their chosen fields, men
respected as practising attorneys, judges on State and
Federal benches and men who have been elected to
responsible local and national governments.
Seerelury llulilnvu., Presielenl llrusrulrml, Vice-l'r1-siclenl Culnpln-ll. 'l'rl-insurer Slruffnlino
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