Boston University - HUB Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1942

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Nlullhcson, llume, Morrell, Sellers Milano, Nickerson, l'rep-iiclunl llurezin. Vim--I'r4-sich-nl lhih-N. lh-rnurd DELTA l'rasidcn,t . . Norman L. Berezin '42 Vtf?U-1,l'6.9Ilfl0II't . . . 1VIarjorie Bates '4-Q Secretary . . , Betty Dunn Stringer 'LM Treasurer Wilton R. lVIaeliachlan '49 Delta, the College ol' Liberal Arts Honorary Society, was foumlecl in 1923 in an encleavor to encourage in- terest in extra-curricular activities. Nlembership is based on participation in umlergracluate functions, respect commanrlecl from classmates, aml demonstra- tion of initiative, executive anil cooperative qualities. PHINX l'1'csidc'n-t . . . . Evelyn Felchnan ,4-3 Sreretfzry- Tl'lflIHlII'l?I' Nfary-Esther Clashy '42 Founcleil to encourage participation in all College aetivities, Sphinx is the wonien's Ilonorary Society of the Evening College ol' Commerce. iVIeinhers are select- eil on the basis ol' stuclent participation anil sincere interest in the College. Tapping ol' new memhers is eonclucterl at the annual all-Class Banquet of the School. The formal initiation lakes place at a secret ceremony helrl towarcls the enil of the scholastic year. llllfllllllllh Fnnnm-may Seen:I.nry-'l'ruuuurur Cluslry, I resident F1-Icllnull, 'l'nlly IQSII

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LOCK .1 Q . H 1,l.,,'ii ll If 'U FACP LTY MEMBERS Prof. Leroy B. Hanley Prof. VValdo C. Peebl Dean XVilliam G. Sutcliffe Prof. Charles E. Stra Dean Emeritus Everett. YV. Lord N1 EM B ERS Graydon Adams SOPIIOMORICS Robert L. Altshuler Julian P. Crosby Jolm Dewhurst Verne I. G'00tlWlll U PP El Joseph Arute IIenry J. Boruhofft, George ll. Byrom David D. Clancy William J. Hodges I-Iarold Y. Holicker James C. Jeffery, Ji F. Baxter .Lane Robert. J. llinchlitfe Robert S. Hinds Joseph C. Pattison Clinton F. Thomas lVilliam F. VVnusch tt T LASS MEMBERS J r llenry YV. Levasseur .Ioln1 E. MacMillan Lewis II. hfiller F. Bradford lVIorse Bernard E. Schwartz Charles VV. Smith William F. Souza lVIalcolm C. VVhite es tton , Jr. Lock, the Sophomore Honorary Society at the Col- lege of Business Administration, was founded in 199-1- by Dean Emeritus Everett VV. Lord with the assistance of Professor Charles E. Stratton. The society was l'ormed for the purpose of counseling and initiating new students into the routine of college life. Lock also supervises Freshman registration and activities. In ad- dition to these duties, Lock assists in proctoring the College elections. This year Lock revived an old tradi- tion by sponsoring a Freshman-Sophomore "get-to- gc-ther" at which time the two classes were introduced to one another. Because of the very important function that Lock has in assisting with the supervision of Freshman activ- ities, it. is imperative that only the most outstanding men from the Freshman Class be selected. Conse- quently, very few honors at the College are so highly coveted as membership in Lock. ln establishing a basis for selection, Lock searches for men who are above average scholastically so that these men will be a good example for the incoming Freshmen to follow. Next Lock looks for men who have shown a desire to carry out the ideals for which the University stands. Personality of the applicant, character, and the partici- pation in social activities are other very important factors to be taken into consideration. Election of new members is made known at a tapping ceremony which takes place at the Freshman Prom. Among the honorary members of Lock are Dean Emeritus Everett VV. Lord, the founder, Professor Charles E. Stratton, the advisor, Professor VValdo C. Peebles, the head of the German Department, and Professor Leltoy B. "Pat7' Hanley, who was until recently the head coach of Football. This year Lock was proud to initiate VVilliam G. Sutcliffe, Dean, as an honorary member. l,l'WllllTNl, Tlmmus. llinohlim-. Wlulmncwll. AIINIIIIIPI' llindu, Goodwin. Pattison. Adunm. Crosby msol



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OFFICERS grams. But the main item on their very full calendar is Prmizlent . . . . . Don Fife Vice-I're.w1'1Icnt Ernest Troutncr Secretary . Leonard Cowan Treasurer . Charles VValker Director Dr. James R. Houghton MEMBERS F1RsT TnNoRs Gel-aldWilson Robert Ash Glenn Beck Robert Courtney Stanley Moore Carl Patton, Jr. Robert Scully Hillis Slaymaker Lee Van Sickle Claude Voorheis SECOND TENoRs Charles Benton Theodore Bowen Allen Conway Leonard Cowan Arnold Olsen Adam Schutz Earl Sneary Robert T arr BARITONES Waltc-r Barwell Russell Clark Marvin Fortel Ralph Kitterman J. A. Leatherman Marion Michael Victor Rankin BASSES Harold Black Thomas Chilcole Don IM. Fife Newton Fritchley Richard Moore Donald Northdurft Ernest Troutner C harles Yvalker Wilyll0 Yeater The Seminary Singers Organization is composed of thirty-four choristers, all students at the School of Theology. Joining with the University Glee Clubs and other choral groups they form the musical background for University Convocations and Founders' Day Pro- the annual tour of the Eastern Seaboard states. On Friday, January 23, 1942, thirty-four Theologians left Boston l'or a four thousand mile, eighteen-concert tour. Concerts featuring sacred music chorus selections, organ recitals and soloists were presented by the singers. The first concert was sung on January 24 in New Ro- chelle, New York, followed by asimilar one in Frederick, Maryland. At the nation's capital the singers presented three services at the Eldhrooke Methodist Church, the Ta- coma Park Baptist Church and the Brookland Metho- dist Church. The group also performed in Anderson, South Carolina. The itinerary in Florida consisted of concerts in St. Augustine, Deland, Orlando, and Lake- land. Continuing on through Florida, programs were given in Miami and Lake Worth. On the long trip home the Theologians stopped off just long enough to sing at High Point, North Carolina and Baltimore, Maryland. Tanned by the tropical sun, the Singers returned to classes the middle of February. lVIore than 551500 in contributions were received by the group during their fifteen-day tour. The organization's performance was so highly appreciated at its Miami appearance that two separate donations of one hundred dollars each was the result. Vunrlu-is, Mil'llll1'I. Cownn. Nnrlhdnrfl. Viuring. Scrivnvr. llurwell. Courtney, Mullin. Bnnlon, Sluymukcr. flhilliibll! Tnrlel, Olsen. Cox, Scully. Johnson. Schulz. Sn:-ury. Killurmun. Rankin. llnlemnh. Leulhermun, Fife llnwu-n. Moore. Conway. Pnllnn, Young. Clarke. Profs-nnor llonghlnn, Reekurl. Heck. wilH0l'l. Ash, Mnlxcrry, llluuk SEMI ARY SINGERS lesei

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