1945 and 1946
A N F A R E
F E N N C O L L E G E
CLEVELAND, OHIO, 1946
THE wheel of progress at Penn nearly stopped spinning
during the war years, and the spoke of student activities
was close to being on the bottom. A few people, however, kept
a few activity groups moving. Clubs, sororities, fraternities,
and all the other extra-curricular organizations may have had
small memberships, but these memberships kept the organiza-
tions going, maintained enough enthusiasm to keep them alive.
They were responsible for a starting-point from which Fenn
life turned again into a full and satisfying whirl. Those who
were still in school were able to provide a nucleus for new mem-
bers and ofhcers.
It is to these few who kept pushing at the wheel that the 1944-46
Fanfare is dedicated.
PRESIDENT CECIL V. THOMAS
"Intelligence, Power and Personalityng in these three borrowed words lies the success
of our President Cecil Vincent Thomas. Through a long and colorful career he has
faithfully bestowed his wisdom on the ever increasing student body of Fenn. In
his thirty years of service Dr. Thomas has seen the college .develop into one of the
nationas larger cooperative colleges. For his splendid achievement in the Held of
education, he was honored with an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws, from Baldwin
Wallace in 1935.
Dr. Thomas' staunch belief in Fenn College has been carried on by his family. His
son Ted graduated from Fenn in 1939 and still takes an active part in college life as
an interviewer in the Personnel Department.
To the students of the college Dr. Thomas' friendly smile and cheery greeting are a
sign of the Fenn spirit he has done so much to promote. Wfe are sure that under his
leadership Fenn will continue to grow and maintain its high standards.
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HE last year of the war and the first of post-war found
the administrative staff intact and prepared to make the
many adjustments necessary. A number of changes in
responsibility were occasioned, however, by Dr. Walter R.
Goetsch leaving in December, 1944 to accept a position
at the University of Iowa. Dean C. Nichols assumed
additional duties as head of the teacher training program.
Dr. Major B. Jenks, head of the Department of History,
became also Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. William A. Patterson, who had taught in the mathe-
matics department from 1936 to 1943, returned to Penn
as Registrar. Dean Paul R. Anders, finishing up his vari-
ous duties in connection with war training programs, found
that the rapidly expanding School of Business Administra-
tion would laeep him busy. Dean Max B. Robinson of
the Engineering School, and Junior Dean Marion B. Tolar
welcomed the termination of the special technical programs
and the opportunity to prepare for the many returning
veterans interested in the School of Engineering. Finance
Director Arthur P. Loegler and his assistant, Thomas
Dwyer, experienced no let-up in duties, as the problems
of a small student body and war contracts changed to
those of a rapidly expanding student body with 11 majority
attending under the provisions of Public Laws 16 and 346.
Mr. James XV. Griswald, as Held representative of the
Engineering, Science, Management War Training courses
and Acting Director of the Department of Cooperative
work, shifted his emphasis to the latter. Mr. M. C. Her-
rick, Director of Admissions and Student Activities, and
Mrs. Margaret Knowles, Dean of Woiiien, found the con-
stantly increasing size of the student body a challenge in
these areas, and in November, 1946, Mr. Bruce T. Brickley
returned from the service as Assistant Director of Admis-
HESE past two years have been a period of changes and growth in the faculty of
Fenn College. After World War H, many former instructors resumed their teach-
ing activities after leaving the armed forces.
Dr. D. R. Tuttle, a Lieutenant in the navy, returned to his English classes
after spending a few months in Testing and Guidance while on terminal leave. Ray-
mond Ray returned from the navy a little grayer, but still ready to turn out his
winning swimming teams-he began organizing the swimmers right after he got here
With the growth in college athletics, two new members were added to the department.
Miss Jane Pease, a graduate of Lake Erie College, took over the feminine side of the
department. George McKinnon, an officer on the illfated U. S. S. Lexington, came to
Fenn to coach basketball.
To meet the demands of a growing college with returning veterans, Dean Paul R.
Anders got John G. McGrew, William von Reichbauer, and John McNeill, to instruct
in the Business Administration school.
Miss Ambrosia Noetzel came here to teach courses in home economics. Dr. Harold
E. Morgan is again holding physics classes after returning from Wright Field in Dayton,
Ohio, where he was doing research work for the government.
Highlights in the activities of the faculty for the past two years: Alex Rexion, Acting
Directors of the Department of Coordination, left Penn to assume Vocational Counsel-
ing activities at the YMCA, Dr. Sara Ruth Watson, professor of English, wrote a series
of articles on bridges spanning the Rhine River. Professor Joseph Kopas announced
the expansion of the Personnel Development Department to accommodate the increas-
ing number of ex-servicemen who seek vocational counseling and guidance. A full-
time nurse, Gene Stwan Schott, Penn '46, was at work again in the Fifth-floor Health
Assistant Professor Ernest C. Harris was appointed as Head of the Department of
Structural Engineering. Russell R. Ehrhart replaced James W. Griswold as head of
the Personnel Development Department when the latter left to teach at Park College
Professor Frmzfa Tonzifb, Dr. Sara Ruth Wafs01z, Professor Suflijf, Dr. john
G. ML'G1'UM', Miss Ambrosia Noefzel, Dr. Hymzzlz Lzmzcfr, Mrs. Blanche Tolar
Professor Karl D. Kelly, Professor George S. Simon, Professor Robert W. Scbimller,
Dr. Willia'11z ClJer1zbi1zi, Dr. Gerald U. Greene, Dr. Blake Crirler,
Miss Alberta Prasse
Professor Millarn' L. jorffrm, Professor G. H!l77Ili7'I MOIlCk, Professor Marion D.
Cooper, Miss Pauline Bloouzqzrisf, Professor A. B. Gould, X
Professor Wa1'1'en C. Davis
Coach Gvorgcf Y. McKinnon mul Proffssor Homm' E. Wfoodling, Misx janv Pam
Coach Raynzozzfl Ray, Dr. Harold E. Morgan, Dr. Willard 1. Poppy,
Profcfssor joseph S. Kopns
Profvssor William L'07lRL'lCbbd7l6l', Professor john W. McNeil, Dr. Lafl A. Pasniz'
Dr. Ruby RFfI,l77gC'7', Dr. Clyzle L. Crobuzzgb, Profc'.vx0r Virgil D. I-Ialex,
Dr. VllSllj-' D. Prizm
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CAROLYN PATRICIA AUMICK A.B
Fanfare Editor and Business Mgr.g Cauldron Editor-
in-Chiefg Lambda Sigma Chi Presidentg Debt Re-
duction Drive Chairmang Membership Committee
Chairman, 2 yrs. Student Councilg Harvest Prom
Queeng Christmas Ball Quc-:eng Freshman Class Secre-
taryg Senior Class committee Chairmang Junior Class
Vice Presidentg XVing and Torchg Wl1o's XVho
ARLENE BERNON A.B
Gamma Nu Signing Theta Rhog Cauldron Staffg
WILLIAM DEMMING B.B.A
HELEN DUBECKI B.B.A
Gamma Nu Signing Gym Leaders: XV.A,A.g Girls
CLYDE H. HAYNES B.E.E
Penn Society of Electrical Eng., Vice Presidentg In-
tercollegiate Student Councilg Student Council Mem-
ber: Wlio's XVho Among Students.
MARION HEADLEY A.B
Gamma Nu Signing W.A.A.
MARJORIE LAMONTIA A.B
Lambda Sigma Chig W.A.A.g Girls Intramuralsg Pan-
JOSEPH MARKEFA B.S
SULO NIEMI B. Struct. E.
Fenn Society of Structural Engineersg Intramurals
fBilliards, basketball, squashjg jr. Class Treasurer.
EDMUND V. PROCIAK B. Struct. E.
Fenn Society of Structural Engineers: Intramurals,
ROBERT TRUELSCH B. Mei. E.
Student Councilg Basketball-Varsityg Intramurals.
ROBERT C. WALTEMADE B. Met. E.
Senior Class Presidentg Student Council Vice Pres.g
Debt Reduction Drive Captaing Fanfare Associate
Editorg Cauldron Staflfg Student Council Athletic
Committee Chairmang Iota Eta Professorg 'Wing
and Torehg Whols Who Among Students.
JOHN ARENDT, R. B. Mer. E.
Society of Automotive Engrs.
MALCOLM DAVID SALINGER B.S.
Cum Laude graduateg Student. Councilg Cauldron
News Editorg Mixed Chorusg Fanfare Staffg Wiimg
and Torchg Theta Rhog Xvhols Vfho Among
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ADELAIDE ARNDT A.B
Chorusg Fanfareg Theta Rho, Wing and Torch.
JOHN BARDOU B.S.M.E
Basketball Varsityg Intramurals.
GRACE BENNETT B.S.H.E
Theta Rho, Pan American Clubg Women's Councilg
Home Ec. Club Vice Presidentg Gamma Nu Sigma.
MARY ELLEN BOUMAN B.S
Gamma Nu Sigmag B0oster's Club, Secretaryg Mixed
Chorus, Vice Presidentg Student Councilg Intra-
muralsg Junior Class Presidentg Senior Class Treas-
urer, Fanfareg Caulclrong Gamma Nu Sigma Pledge
JANET GEER CASTANIEN B.S
Cauldron, Lambda Sigma Chi, Vice President.
DIVINE ESTELLE CHATTERSON A.B
W.A.A. Presiclentg Gamma Nu Sigma Vice Pres.,
Social Chairmang Women's Council President, Vice
President, Secretaryg XVho's Who, Wing and Torchg
Sophomore Class Secretaryg Sociology Club Presi-
dentg Skating Club Vice Presidentg Fine Arts Club.
G. ALBERT COLE B.S.I.E
Lambda Tau Delta.
FLORENCE A. CORRADO B.B.A
Newman Club Secretaryg Outdoor Club, W0l11CH,S
SHERMAN BROKA B.B.A.
CHARLES R. DAY A.B.
Pi Sigma Tau.
GEORGE HENRY ECKELS B.S
Freshman Swimming Teamg Fcnn S.A.I2. Club.
FLORIDA FAJFAR A.B
Gamma Nu Sigmag Penn Playcrsg Cliorusg Class
JEAN FETZER B.S.H.E
Lambda Sigma Cliig Home E. Clubg Dorm Basket-
ball Teamg Dorm Council.
LOUIS F. FISHER B.S. MECIJ. E
Penn S.A.E. Club.
FLOYD M. FOX B.S.E.E
Lambda Tau Sigma, Presidcntg Student Councilg
Intramurals Sportsg Lambda Tau Sigma Alumni
ELDRED A. GENTRY, JR. B.S.I.E.
Senior Class Vice Prcsidentg Cauldron Sports Editorg
Swimming Team Managerg Cauldron Sports Re-
porterg Pi Sigma Tau.
ETHEL GRADY B.B.A.
Lambda Sigma Clmig Cauldron Rcporterg Dog Tags
ALVA GLENN HARDEN B.B.A.
CLARENCE E. DUNLAP B.B.A
MARGARET EVANS A.B. 'I
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MAY 1 945
IVAN L. HEIKS B.S.M.E
Fenn S.A.E. Club.
ANDREW MONTEITH B.S.M.E
MILDRED V. MUSIL B.S
Gamma Nu Sigma: Newman Club.
WALTER F. NEU B.S. Met. E
BETTY NICHOLS B.B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigmag Girls Incramuralsg Women's
Councilg Mixed Chorus.
ALEXANDER A. PAPP B.S.M.E.
CAROLYN L. PARTRIDGE B.B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigma Treasurcrg Boosters, Clubg Wo-
mcn's Councilg Alpha Chi.
DOROTHY ANN SCI-IROEDER A.B.
W.A.A.g Chorusg Psych. Clubg Womcn's Councilg
HERMAN JONES, JR. B.B.A.
PAUL KIKELI B.S.E.E.
MAY 1 945
MAYME P. SCRETCHINGS B.B.A
CLARINE SIMPSON A.B
DOROTHY SOCHINSKY B.S
Gamma Nu Sigma Presidcntg Woi11cn's Council
Presidentg Student Council Publicity Cliairmang
Cauldron Copy Editorg Newman Clubg W.A.A.g
Sociology Clubg Topper Staff Circulation Mgr.
DOROTHY JANE STEEN B.S
Gamma Nu Sigma Historian, Recording Secretary,
Vice Presidentg Fenn Shieldg Mixed Clwrusg XVomcn's
Council Vice Presidentg W.A.A. President, Vice
Presidentg Student Council Assistant Secrctaryg
Wing and Torch.
DONALD B. THOMPSON B.S. Met. E
RALPH P. LIND ' B.S.E.E
RAY S. PYLE B. Met. E
MARGARET STRENSEK B.B.A
HELEN R. AILES A.B
Dorm councilg Senior editor, Fanfare.
RICHARD LEAR ANDERS A.B
Topperg Fanfareg Caulclrong Theta Rho.
GEORGE J. ATOULIKIAN B. Chem. E
Society of Automotive Eng.g Intramural Sports,
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Bowlingg Commence-
ment Picture Comm.
DOROTHY BREW A.B.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Vice Prcsidcntg Senior Class
Prcsidentg Nving 86 Torchg XVomen's Council.
IRENE BUCZYNSKI B.B.A.
Sociology Club Presidentg Senior Class Secretaryg
Student Yg Wo111en's Councilg Omega Upsilon
Secrctaryg Intersorority Council.
BETTY JANE DOLINAR B.S.H.E.
Student Council Secretaryg Gamma Nu Sigma Secre-
taryg Theta Rhog Wing and Torchg Intramuralsg
W'omen Athletic Association, Pres.g Fenn Chorus,
Mixedg Wl1o's Wfhog Fenn Home EC. Club.
MICHAEL DUBIAGA B.B.A.
EDNA WEST DUCHON B.S.
Mock Convcntiong Cnuldrong Topperg W.A.A.g
Gamma. Nu Sigmag Chorusg Fenn Players.
MAY 1 946
EINAR A. ERICKSON B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Sigma Fraternity.
ARTHUR B. FINE B.S. in M.E
Lambda Iota Dcltag American Society Tool Engi-
ROGER C. FLEMING B.B.A.
Men's Glee Clubg Mixed Chorusg Treasurer Student
Councilg Member Student Councilg President Stu-
dent Councilg President Alpha Chig Wing and
Torchg Intramural Sportsg Fencing Club.
ROBERT GROSSMAN B.B.A
Vcteran's Organizationg New ni an Clubg Mixed
Chorusg President and Vice President of Fenn
Playersg Intercollegiate S t u d e n t Council, Day
Student Councilg Cauldrong reporter and News
Editorg Vice President, Junior Classg Who's Who in
Colleges, Alpha Chig Wfing and Torch.
BETTY HABINK B.S
Wing and Torchg Gamma Nu Sigma, Presidentg
Student Council, Vice President, Girls Intramurals,
JANICE W. WOODRING A.B
Iota Tau Lambda, President and Treasurerg Evening
Student Council, Corresponding Secretaryg Cauld-
rong Women's Leagueg Psychology Clubg Sociology
Club, Mixed Chorusg Outdoor Clubg Intersorority
SPENCER D. HOPPER B.B.A
Vetcran's Organizationg Booster's Club, Sociology
Clubg Intramural Bowling.
WILLIAM J. HUML B.E.E.
Newman Club, Outdoor Clubg Intramural Sports,
Baseballg Bowling: Fenn Society of Electrical En-
gineers, Fcnn Society of Automotive Engineers.
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EUGENE A. KLINGSHIRN B.E.E
Newman Clubg Fenn Society of Electrical Engi-
neersg Intramural Bowlingg Society of Automotive
Engineers CSAEM Vice President of'Senior Class.
HARY S. KNOBEL B.B.A
Alpha Chig Track Team 19425 Sociology 'Club
ARNOLD LOZZI B. Chem. E
Dormitory Councilg Student Councilg Pi Sigma Tau
Fraternity, 2nd Vice Chancellorg Intramuralsg Fresh-
man Camp Committee
ALLAN J. MILLER B.B.A
Beta Beta Alpha, Secretaryg Lambda Tau Signing
Mixed Chorusg Men's Glee Club.
ARTHUR NEUMANN B. chem. E
Pi Sigma Tau Fraternity, Chancellorg Inter-fratern-
ity Councilg Student Councilg Wing and Torchg
Fanfareg Intramuralsg Mixed Chorus.
ANTHONY E. PAKISH B.S.M.E
Lambda Tau Sigma Fraternity, President-1944-455
OWEN V. PARR ' B.B.A.
Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity. ,
HARRY F. PRAH B.S. in LE.
Fenn Psychology Club, Prcsidrcntg Outdoor Clubi
IRVING ROZALSKY B. Chem. E.
f Magna Cum Laude
Chairman of Classg Gift Committccg Choral Club.
KENNTH RUMBAUGH B.B.A.
Topperg Vice President Dorm Councilg Mock Con-
ventiong Intramural Softball.
Topper-Exchange editiong Wome1i's C o u n c il 3
Boosters Clubg Lambda Sigma Chi.
MATTHEW E. SCHULD B.B.A.
Newman Clubg Sociology Club, President one yearg
B.B.A. Fraternityg Boosters Clubg Fenn Skating
Clubg Fenn Fellowship Clubg Intramural Bowling:
Intramural Basketballg Intramural Volleyball.
PAUL A. VARZELLE B.B.A.
Sigma Kappa Phi.
DONALD L. VINCENT B.B.A
Dorm Council, President-1941, Vice President-
1940, Sec-Treas.-19405 Sociology Clubg Psychology
Clubg Mock Conventiong Dorm Baseball.
EMIL T. WIERBER B.S. Chem. E
Alpha 'Sigma Iotag Lambda Iota Deltag Evening
Student Councilg Outdoor Clubg Who's Who in
'Collegesg Outstanding Senior in Evening Division-
ILA JANE WEIR B.B.A.
Won1en's Athletic Associationg Friendship Clubg So-
ciology Clubg Junior Class Secretaryg Fenn Playersg
- Gamma Delta. '
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NAPOLEON BAGDASARIAN, B.Claem.E
CARL EDWARD BOEBEL A.B
THOMAS ALKIN BOYLE, JR. B.M.E.
LOIS THOMPSON DELLNER B.S
Penn Playersg Topper, Eclitorg Theta Rhog Psy-
ALFRED EISENLOHR B. Met. E
Intramural Sportsg Basketballg Baseballg Footballg
DEMOND FARRELL B. Chem. E
Numerals-Swimmingg P r e si d e n t of Pre-Junior
Classg Vice President, Student Councilg Wfing and
Torchg Phi Epsilon Nug Pi Sigma Taug Intramurals.
ALLEN B. FERGUSON B.E.E.
PAUL Y. GOYA B.E.E.
ABRAHAM H. HAGIWARA A.B.
MARY MAINWAIRING HARLAN B.S.
JOHN E. HROVAT B.E.E.
Student Councilg Fcnn Society of Electrical Engi-
JOHN QUENTIN HUEY B.B.A.
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EDWIN JOHN ISTVAN B.S. in E.
Magna Cum Laude
ROBERT S. LINDBERG B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau Alphag Cauldrong Intramurals-Bowh
ing, Football, Basketballg Swing Trio.
ELMER A. MAKI B.M.E
ANDREW J. MCHUGH B.B.A.
Alpha Sigma Iota Honorary Frat.g Treasury of Eve-
ning Student Councilg Chairman awards committeeg
Chairman of Student Organizationg Founded Student
FRANK MIKA B.E.E.
JOHN MILLER B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha Fraternityg Iviember of Fenn
Playersg Member of Varsity Swimming Teamg Mem-
ber of Varsity Track Teamg Co-Captain, Varsity
Swimming Team 1940-19419 Member "F" Club-
Oflicer, Secretary-Treasurerg Staff Member of Cauld-
rong Psychology Club.
CLARA MULDOWNY B.B.A.
Wonien's Dorm Councilg Student Councilg Boosters
Clubg Checrleaderg Fcnn Playcrsg W'.A.A.
HENRY ALBERT OLDENKAMP B.M.E.
CHARLES EDWARD PENOYER
B. Chem. E.
JIM PORCELLO B.S. in E.E.
Varsity Basketballg Pi Sigma Tau Fraternity.
JAMES A. RAFERT B.B.A.
Alpha Chig Sociology Clubg Rifle Club.
VICTOR SKVARA B.S. in Cbenz. E.
The Pre-Junior and Junior classes were rather submerged
under the influx of large numbers of underclassmen.
After the shock of Hrst registration had passed and the
Freshman class had been initiated, normal equilibrium
returned, and the upper classmen reigned supreme. Mem-
bers of these two classes headed many of the activities on
the campus, others were active in school affairs. Their
ranks were swelled by the return of many veterans to
school life. Quietly the months succeeded each other.
Though quiet, things were by no means dull what with
individual parties, school parties, and the activities planned
by the classes.
The highlight of the year was Senior graduation. Dorothy
Brew, president of the class, received the gavel of authority
from the senior representative. Qutstanding members of
the Junior class served as ushers for Baccalaureate services
and at graduation. The corps of ushers was headed by
Leonard Gerlat. The Juniors gazed witsfully at the plat-
form where their associates were receiving diplomas. In
only one more year school days for them would end. The
Pre-Juniors, too, looked forward to that day knowing that
the time was short.
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The Sophomore class started the year in fine style by elect-
ing as officers:
EDWARD SHAUGHNESSY - .,..,.......,.. Presidlent
FIFE KAPPAS ...................,o.., Vice-President
KENNETH LLOYD DD.,D D.,...,,D S ecretarjf
JOHN MONTASANA ....,.....oooo...,,D.. Tvfeaszwer
After close balloting Homer Woodling was elected class
The main business of the year was the initiation of the
large incoming Freshmen class. Plans Were rapidly for-
mulated and six Weeks after the beginning of school Were
put into effect. All the old and honored traditions of
Penn Were observed, black cotton stockings for the girls
and skirts for the men. Many Sophomores laughed the
hardest at the sight of the entire class mincing up and
down the stairs and jostling in the elevators carrying a
glass of water as one of the duties of "Hell Week."
Finally the week was over, and under the threat of reprisal
in kind from the members of the incoming class, the group
settled down to await the end of the year. With a sigh of
relief and a shout of "Halleluia," the class achieved the
status of upper-classmen dubbing themselves Prejuniors.
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The incoming Freshman class of September 1945 was the
largest single class that had ever entered Fenn up until that
Besides that distinction, it was the last class since then that
had the traditional Freshman camp at Centerville Mills.
Approximately all 170 students spent their first weekend
in college at the Camp, and came back to Fenn thorough-
ly orientated into the rigors of Fenn College.
This class also participated in the last full initiation of
Freshmen. All the class had to wear their gray and red
caps, button to upper classmen, and carry trays. During
October, Hell week was held to complete the initiation, in
which all fellows and girls swallowed their pride and grov-
eled in the dust at the feet of upper classmen.
President of the class was Bob Brown, Vice-President was
Margie Preston, and Adrienne Schwartz, secretary.
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Krasozusfzi, Lucas, Koenig, Zrrko
Ujzpcr Rigbf: GVUCO, Gcrodin, Brrmlo Nfesxlzvl'
Lozucfr Rigbf: Flozawr, Kolczynski, Laznrozz,
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Baraii. Sifiing: Aricjnowxka, Iacfzsoiz, Laiigowski. Sitting: Gower, SC771fJI'l1Ch,
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Row: Frizizcis, Gilpin
Ujzjm' Lcfff-Back Row: Druzin, SIUIIHXOIZ, Upper' Right-Bark Row: Miller, Mn1'fc'nx,
GFl'HIl1, Wd1'W0jf. Siffing: johnson, Kirk, Krvjzx, Nlvzlskw, Lcjfkozuifz. Sitting: Prrzsxe,
Sfzlckcrjf, Mlll'l7hCj,', Scflzlzyr Sfojqvld
Lozurr: GdI!7l'Hif!7, Gmrgia, MCGa11, Gaymor,
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OFFICERS FOR 1944-45
Social Cl7Hfl'!IIllII, M, BOIIIIIIIIIQ Tl'l'!ISIll't'l', M. Kzzrasg Vice PV'I'XfC!t'1If, A. Arm!!
Pl't'SifIl'lIf, R. Ifguug Svmwfary, B. Dolizzarg Assistant Sf'C'l'l'f!lI',j', D. Sfvcu
OFFICERS FOR 1945-46
Assixlzznl Sl'L'I'f'flIV'j', P. A'IIlI'jJ!7,YQ S1'f1'efm'y, B. Doliamrg T1'eax111'w', M. ICNVIISQ
P1'vxi:lz'z1f, R. 13311175 Sofia! C!761iVlIIlllI, P. TIl7'F!7l'ffll
STUDE T CGUNCIL
The Day Student Council is the governing body for all student activities around Eenn.
After the confusion of the war years, in 1945, Council began to get into its regular
During the winter of 1944-1945 the Day Student Council was presided over by
Richard Egan as president and Adelaide Arndt as vice president. The other ofiicers
were Betty Jane Dolinar, secretaryg Maryetta Karas, treasurerg Dorothy Steen, assist-
ant secretaryg and Mary Ellen Bouman, social chairman.
As the budget did not contain suflicient funds to put out a Fanfare for that year, it
was decided to combine it with the next years Adelaide Arndt was appointed editor
by the Council.
The Harvest Prom was revived by Student Council early in the fall in an attempt to
return to pre-war activities. The Council also sponsored weekly afternoon dances, and
a War Bond week. This week consisted of athletic events with admission by purchase
of war stamps and culminated with a bazaar and dance held on the third floor. The
third floor was filled with various booths and concessions, such as gypsy fortune teller,
roulette wheel, weight guessing, fishing ponds, and refreshment booths. Nominees for
Queen were sponsored at the dance by various organizations. Two Queens were chosen
by the number of war bonds and stamps bought in their names.
During this year it was decided to give freshmen on Student Council the opportunity
to vote at meetings.
The ofhcers elected for Day Council for the year of 1945-1946 were the same as in
the previous year except for vice president, who was Betty Habinkg assistant secretary,
Pat Murphy, social chairman, Philomena Turchetta.
During this year the Christmas Ball was held at the Lake Shore Hotel and proved to
be a complete success. The julie box was returned to Panel Hallg the Erst varsity
basketball team complete with cheerleaders was backed for the first time in several
years. The Annual Banquet for Day and Evening Student Council was changed to
a dinner dance held at Hotel Carter.
The size of Student Council was drastically Cut. In E110 fUUU1'C Fl'1CfC HFC YO be YWO
representatives selected from each class and eight representatives from the past year's
Ewening .ftuclent Council
Back Row: G, Sfmwzsolf, E. Colon, E. Srzcflzfr, K. Milfimflf, C. PfI11!QIll'Z'1
P. 10055, V. Sff'il'f'1'
Front Row: C. Lnzzaro, S. I'I0l?k.il1.Y, P. Cbrislain, I. Urban, L. Corrazlo
I 1, l my-I
Evening Council is the governing and directing body for Evening Division activities.
Council sponsors, directs, guides and aids activities which are benehcial to Evening
Division of Fenn College and the college as a whole.
Council is made up of both women and men representatives who are elected to repre-
sent their classes in council. These representatives may be from any school, including
the Technical Institute. The number from each class is proportionally based on enroll-
ment. Any evening student who is interested may file a petition for nomination.
To be eligible one must secure the signatures of thirty evening division students.
From these nominations, representatives are elected by a school wide election.
Evening Council has various permanent committees which carry out its various activities.
These committees are the Budget Plan committee, the Athletic, The Awards, The
Publications, The Social Planning, Student Organization and Social Committee. Various
non-permanent committees are formed as the occasion arises such as the Christmas Ball
The funds of the council are received from the activity fee paid by evening students.
This money is then appropriated to various organizations as athletics, the Cauldron, and
the Women's League.
The Athletic committee sponsors the evening division intramurals. Tournaments are
played in Bowling, Basketball, Handball, Swimming, Tennis and Badminton. Teams
or persons eligible for participation may be from any school or class in the night school.
Nearly all the tournaments take place in the tower itself.
The chief social events sponsored by the council are the Annual Dinner and the Christ-
mas Ball. In 1945-46 the Christmas Ball was held jointly with the day council, and
the Annual Banquet was held at Hotel Carter.
During the school year 1944-45 the chief offices were equally divided between men and
women. Elected to president was the capable Joseph Haynoshg his vice-president was
Ed Sadler. The secretary and treasurer position were held by Ruth Office and Virginia
The following year the oflices were dominated by men. The previous vice-president
Ed Sadler was elected to the presidency, while the former president Joe I-Iaynosh was
elected treasurer. Cyril Pankueh was elected vice-president and Grace Vondrich was
Top: Burl Burnrb, Buximfsx Marnzgrrvg Bvffiz' G1'r'm1, Ezlifor
LuzL'r'r: E. Rolvinxon, B. GV'f'I'l1, D. 1'l0Ul'!'l'j A1lc'1f1iJc' Arnzll, f0l'llH'l' Ezlifor'
Fanfare for 1944-45 was voted by Student Council to be combined with 1945-46 year
book. That fall of 1944 Adelaide Arndt was appointed editor. Due to lack of funds
it was decided that as many as possible old faculty pictures would be used. Bob Eldrecl
was engaged to take pictures of the new faculty and staff members, also a few casual
shots around the campus. That spring of 1945 Adelaide graduated.
The following fall Addie began teaching. This made it hard for her to organize a
staff. Bettie Green, pre-junior arts and science student became activities editor. In
February 1946 attempts were made to organize and start a full time staff. Bud
Barach was appointed Business Manager, Bob Wfaltemade, senior editor for class of
December 1944, and Helen Ailes senior editor for class of May 1946. It was hoped
that each of the three schools, the school of Business Administration, school of Arts
and Science and the school of Engineering, might be specially featured. Art Neumann,
senior chemical engineer, was made Engineering Editor, and Jim Logan, pre-junior
Business student, was made Business Administration editor. During June of 1946 pic-
tures were taken of the various activities, and in September of 1946 Freshmen pictures
were taken. Both were taken by Alex Silverberg. Because of the increasing teaching
duties and outside work, Editor Adelaide Arndt resigned in December of 1946.
Student Council appointed Bettie Green, senior, as Editor.
The project of editing a far behind schedule yearbook was immediately begun work
on by Bettie Green, editor, and Bud Barach, Business Manager. Appropriations were
received from Council and contracts were made. Pictures of other activities and
Junior and Sophomore classes were taken by Alex Silverberg. Art work was done by
Bob Antalg and Hank Osterman made prints of the old faculty pictures. Seniors'
pictures were obtained from May Co. and Higbee Co.
The week-end of finals on the winter quarter of 1946-47 Bettie and a few friends
devoted many hours to making layouts at Bettie's home. Girl's Sports was edited by
Frances Claytong Evelyn Griesemer, Junior and Sophomore editor was assisted by former
Fennite, Lois Litschert. Other layouts were made by Ethel Robinson, Dorothy Hoover
and Eleanore Kiebler.
Previously copy material had been contributed by various organizations. Phyllis Boyd
wrote the dedication. Lillian Buzensky wrote Faculty Review. Other articles were
written by Peg Silver, Ethel Robinson, Dorothy Hoover and some by Mr. Merriam
Herrick, Director of student activities.
Much thanks is due to the students, the administration and the publisher, Gates-
Bourgeois Advertising Agency, who enabled this yearbook to be possible.
Ujrlwrz' fmfl: Bully IIuz'r'rlm'k, Buxiu1'x.v MtlI1llXQI'l'j Pb-yllix Bnyzl, Exlilurq uml Buzz, Mulullngiug Ifzfilm
Ifmlz orri' m'.x'l ix.vu1"x rujzy
Louwr Lvfl: Buzz X1II'bI'l'X goxxip for bw' roluuzu
Ulllzrr Rigbl: Boll Gmxxumu, Nrwx Edifor, uml Snuzfy Sbilfwji, Sjmrlx Iixfilor, t'ht'!'k num' uu ivxur'
Mullllr Rigbl: Rulh I'Iuu11fu, Fl'tlfIll'4' WA'ilf':', rxjlluizzs izlm to xfuj lIIt'lI1!7!'V'K, Buff XVUU, Diff: Ijguu,
Ell'!lIlUl't' Kifblzfr, umf Pfg Silwr
l.u1wr Rigbl: Rr'11orlr'rx, C. Dunbar, B. Dulzvfki, D. Kunz, A. Ruzuuz, D. A1ln1ur'xz', G. lfurru,
Ii. G1'iz'Ar'u1w', V. Srigvl, M. I'Il'tlxQ1'l', mul L. Inuvx, lllllit' Hun' nu! In lmw for lzfwlo
Room 116 for the past two school seasons of 1944-45, and 1945-46, has been the
hangout and ofhce of the Cauldron Staff. In this busy paper office, one could find in
one corner a person busy typing, in another corner somebody posing for a pictureg
posted on the walls were type sizes with cost, plus publication schedulesg and in
another corner proof readers might be going over the copy.
The head of this busy organization in 1944-45 was Editor-in-chief Evelyn Eorbush.
The rest of the editorial staff consisted of Phyllis Boyd, managing editorg Bob Gross-
man, news editor, and Betty I-Iaverlock, business manager. Jointly editing night news
were co-editors Wally Newark and Cy Pankuch.
Sports columns of that year had loads of zip and punch and were an outstanding part
of the paper. Responsible for this element was sports writer, Robert Chatterson.
Ethel Grady kept Penn posted on its men in Service with "Dog Tags." In constant
limelight was Lillian Buzensky's column, "Buzzing Around." This column presented
choice tidbits of gossip. Other regular features were Dr. Jenks column "It seems to
Me" which discussed timely issues, and "Night Shifrj, the evening school gossip
column. Keeping the paper alive by photographs was Irving XVollman's job.
Phyllis Boyd fell heir to editing the Cauldron in the fall of 1945, with Lillian Buzensky
as her managing editor. Betty I-Iaverlock and Bob Grossman maintained their same
positions, and Robert Chatterson was sports editor. In the Spring Sandy Shilkoff
replaced Bob,s Sports Editor when Bob went out on co-op work. Night news editor
was Phyllis Bell, and Eleanor Kiebler was Alumni Editor. Betty I-Iaverlock added an
able assistant Ed Ketchel as Advertising Manager to her staff.
Continuing in the paper was Dr. Jenks column, Buzz's gossip column, and the "Night
Shiftf, "For Engineers Onlyu reappeared written by Dick Egan and Chuck Kercher.
Supplying added humor, though corny it might be, was "Plagarism Personifiedu edited
by Bob Grossman.
Besides being News Editor and editing "Plagarism Personifiedi' Bob was constantly
taking polls on such subjects as how long does it take the average Eenn girl to put
on make-up. Other than these polls, the Cauldron often featured polls on some
current student issues as the prices of food in the Skybar.
Photographs for the 1945-46 issue of Cauldron were taken by I-Iank Osterman, Bob
XVolf and Irving Wfollman.
Toll: R. Cl7lIffCl'S0!I, S. Shillwff, E. F01'bII.YZ7
Bnflrml: P. Tlzrrbvlfu, P. Murphy, K. XV0lf, R. E-j'l'l'll:Illl, M. Cufrllilwvl'
Two pre-junior girls with the guidance of Dr. Ruby Redinger of the English depart-
ment in the spring of 1945 began to plan the revival of the Topper, Fenn's Literary
Magazine. These girls, Evelyn Forbush and B:rnice Franz began to organize ideas and
set up a tentative staff. The staff would go into action in September of 1945. The new
Topper was to have articles that would cover subjects for all the many interests of Fenn
studentsg include pictures of varied subjects, and be published in popular digest size.
It was decided that there would be three issues, one each quarter.
In September of 1945 work was begun on the first issue. Articles and poems were
contributed by students, photographs were taken by Gene Yanda and Irving Wfollmang
gossip was written by Mable Hedger and Bernice Franz for day school and by Lil Corrado
for evening school. This issue appeared in December of 1945 with a cover photograph
of the traditional top hat, white gloves, and cane. The staff at this time consisted of
Editor, Evelyn Forbushg Associate Editor, Robert Chattersong Art Editor, Bernice Franzg
Business Manager, Sandy Shilkoffg and Photographers, Gene Yanda and Irving Wellman.
After the first issue, the editorial staff decided to return to the old, larger magazine
size of Topper. The staff was enlarged to include Henry Ostcrman and Robert Wolf
as photographers, Jean Ward, who doubled as make-up editor and as a member of the
advertising staff. Frances Clayton also worked on advertising. An original series of
feature photographs and articles were run recognizing outstanding students of Fenn
In the spring when three of the students of the editorial staff went out to work,
further changes were made. Jean XVard became Associate Editor, and the photography
staff was reduced to Henry Osterman and Bob Wolf. The staff also included typists
Patricia Murphy, Philomena Turchetta, and Margaret Calabrese. Rosemarie Eyerdam
was appointed Circulation Editor.
Steadily the Topper improved in quality and increased in popularity with each issue.
Poems were contributed by Evelyn Griesemer, Evelyn Forbus, Betty Jane Dubecki, and
Michael Zannoni. Scientihc articles were contributed by Charles Kercher and Leonard
Gerlat. Cartoons were featured by Bob Held. Other articles of various subjects and
friction pieces were contributed by Frank Nagy, Martin Lally, Ed Shaughnessy, Rich-
ard Anders, Marianne Kornfeld, Robert Grossman, Paul Brunst, Bill Reynard, Robert
Rosenfeld, and others.
Hnrlt Row flrffl lo rigblj I. Bnrtynxki, I. Krnrzrle, P. Kmsnowski, E. Grivx1'1uz'r, R, Hauulu, A. S1'lv1z'm'l:, B. Lllrur,
I.. Gmlflnril, ll. Graham, S. Ifmfm, D. Frye, M. Pnili.
Miflillr Kun' flvfl in rikqfwlj li. Cla-vlml, I. Weir, L. jimumfz, llrofizvmv' fnrzlnn, D. Allmm'n'. M. Wrunllwy,
C. Durzlmr, B. liirbunlmll.
Iiruul Run'-B. Dulwrki, L. Lallguzrslzi, R. Slvjfuu, A. Roznlu, G, I-'rrru
Burk Row Ilwfl In rigblj Ii. Gnml, E. Kirlllrr, B. Vluka, L. Corrinlrz, P. Bi-Il, S. Hnpkiux, I.. Urban, M. Knrufi-lil.
Miilrllr Run' flrfl lo rigbfj Ii. Grufmzrxlzi, O. Hilf, 1. Burrllzarrl, B. Hilrii-fe, A. Ilififz-L1'ai'ii', I. G:'a-1-i'm'. L. junifx. I. Urlailn.
lfrnnl Ron'-I'I. Irnufltf, Colon, G. Sfzfxmrlxrzrz, D. Gvrlrrlz, N. Si'ln'm'ili'i'.
The Sociology Club, one of the few active clubs during the war, is now going full force. Many Fenn
students realize the social problems of the community and try to understand them through discussions
and visits which are made available by the Sociology Club.
This year the members visited Crile Hospital, State Hospital, Detention Home, County Jail, Chinatown,
and Columbus. The most recent affair was an Christmas Party for the little children from St. Theresn's
The Psychology Club attempts to further interest in psychology by affording educational lectures,
experiments, and movies. Membership is open to all students of the Day and Evening Divisions who
are interested in psychology. Several field trips are made during the year. An extremely popular event
sponsored by the Psychology Club is a hypnosis demonstration given by Dr. Blake Crider, head of the
Psychology Department and faculty advisor of the organization.
XVomen's Council is the governing body for all women's activities. Under thc sponsorship of Dean
Margaret Knowles, the Council not only governs, but promotes good fellowship and activities among the
women of Fenn. The Council is composed of members of the various classes.
This year the Council sponsored teas welcoming the new freshmen women, decorated the college at
Christmas, and held its annual banquet.
ln the fall of 1945, 11 group of freshmen girls organized the HY" Friendship Club. That winter both
social and educational programs were sponsored for all Penn women by the club. This club is open to
all Penn women and encourages friendship and good times among them.
Biltfe Rum Huff In rigllfj If. Kufnlvns. M. Purli, V. Swivel. B, IIif11'1luz'l1, P. Krusruirki, A. Srbnufrlz, ,flrl:luH,v, 1. Smllh,
C. Hullr'rlrf.cn'f, I. lifzrzruxki, fl. Crilfmm, L. Gmlflurfl, C. Dnrllwr, fi. Rlrflunlxurl, M. Wnmllrj,
Srroml Kun' flrrfl fu Vigblj B. Lllnu, B. Dlffwrki, lf. Cluvlfnl, If. Sluunlrrlvill, T. D1'Rmu, I.. lirrlvlwz, H. Iiirkf,
D. Ilouzrr, I. Sjmlggrux.
I"n'xl Ron flwfl Io rlgblj P. Sflxrr, D, Kunz, D. .'lllu:llrsi', frrru. lf, Grlvsrlmv, K. llurllzlrl.
Back Ron' llrfl to riglill D. Sorbirzskp. M. Bnnrlmu, M. Ilmlgrr, M. Fiske, P. Silzrr, F. Kupjms, I. Smrllm, I, Bnrzguski,
P. Murfrbx, B. Hrurrlorfx, P. Tnrrfwllu, V. Sugrl. IE. Klrlllrr.
Sitting4G. Bvnmlf, B. Dnlu-rki, If, Clnylou. E. Snrumrrlirll, L. DrRoir1, li. Grim.-r1r.'V, f- Slilvrggrfn, C. lrrru. C. Duulwr.
Burk Ron'-B, 1'Ia1'i-rlork, P. Murphy.
lfroul lion'-P. Tnrr'ln'ltn, V. Siigi-I, I. Bnrzyuslci, lf. Clilylnu.
Bark Run' flvfl lu rigfhfj R. llilflnln, A. Grubilm, C. Dnlllmr, I, Sprilggius, B. Rirbilrilwff, L. Gllililmwf.
lfmul Ron'-G. Drum-ll, II. Griw.wfm'r, B. Dnlinnr. I. Bnztynxlsi.
The Day School sororities are supervised by the Inter-sorority Council. This is an advisory group
consisting of presidents and advisors of each group and the Dean of Xvomen. This group encouragCS
unity and cooperation among rhc sororities.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Last year a group of girls interested in home economics decided to form the "Home Economies Club."
This year the group really became active. Irs constitution was reeognizedg teas were sponsorecl with C110
Omega Upsilon Sorority at Scholarship Examinations: and three of its members attended the North
Eastern Ohio Regional Meeting of the College Home Economics Club early this spring. Under the
able leadership of Miss Ambrosia Noetzel, head of the Home Economics Department, the club l10pCS
to go further next year.
Following the reorganization of the Penn Players in the su ' f 19 l
t mmei o 44, Avin Paskow was hired as
dramatic coach in September, 1944. A one-act play "Pinned-up Girli' was presented in assembly in
spring, 1945. In the fall, work was begun on a one-act play for an assembly and a three-net play
t'NanCy's Private Affair." This latter play was given in the Little Theater of Public Auditorium, February
22 and 25, 1946. The players also presented A one-act skit "Miz Quimby Returns" for Play Night on
my 7, 1946.
FENN MIXED CHORUS
During 1943 the Chorus was made up solely of girlsg however, in 1944 a few men were back-eight, to
be exact. These eight men and eight women made up the Mixed Chorus. A Christmas program at
Trinit ' Cathedral was 'iven, alonv with an Ifaster rouram.
1 B e ci
The Chorus is once again reinstated with the leadership of Mrs. Anne B. Hisey. Besides the regular
assembly programs, the Chorus gave a Christmas program at the Art Museum, and took part in Play
13,,5-IQ Run: fig-fl lu riqlvlj C. Bncblmlu, R. Grnxrmim, C. Aililrllx, lf. Pilltinfrul, C. llullruilizrf, M. Puxli, U. Kelly,
1. L...-1., 5. szifikap.
1:,.U,,f RUM. U41 10 ,-jgbjj B, llilrirk. I. W'm'ir, P. Silrrr, II. Wufiky, M. Ilerfgu'1', .llurrlgulllvr-1, l'. liiljfar.
Burk RMI' fluff 10 rigblj I.i'u4'lr, C. rlilinus, K. Gmxxruilu, F. Gfnlltl, C. Birfbrflull, E. W'ullmuu, B. Krll-x.
Miililli' Ron' Huff I0 rigbll P. Silver A. Srbnarlz, Ii. Gri4xu'1ui.'r, B. lliurrlnfk, A. Pvlrrs, Kii-lllrr, M. Karuf. R. Hnuuliz.
lywnl RUM. Hffl ,U rjqbfj M, Nash. M. Ri-gurl, L. Pnmr, D. Srilz, M. IIwil,e.'r, L. llnzrnikj, Duulmr.
Burk Row-B. LrPirgr, D. Gower, M. Lnlly, R. Rlilfrrg.
Front Run' fluff In riglill A. Pt-llilgntfi, NV. Willerf, H. Osle1'miflJ, I. Miller, G. Stupjl.
Burk Rau' flrfl In riglilj D. Kunz, B. D11ln'rlci, ll. Srbirzlrlz, D. Snrfzillxlcy, B. I. Doliuur, C. Hulleuilurf, A. Grubnuz,
C. Dnulwr, B. Hu1'i'1'lovh, li. Kajrlmx, P. Krnsazrsfti, I. Aslzmnx.
Semuil Rau' fleff to rigblj F. Cluyluu, M. Pnsli, I. Smflb, M. Fiske, Mist Pmw, D. I'lnoL'vr, R. Ilullulu,
M. W'omllev, G. Ferra.
Ifrolxi Run' fluff lu rigblj B. I.111'ur, V. Svigcl, M. Hvilger, I. Spruggiux, L. Buzeusriy.
The "F" Club was organized in the winter of 1933-34 for the lcrrermen of the various intercollegiate
sports. This organization was inactive during the war, as were the intercollegiate sports.
In Ma of this ear the "F" Club was rcoreanized b returnin and new lettermen. At the Annual
Y a Y S
Ban uet of this 'ear ei ht letters were awarded to members of the varsit basketball team. The mem-
Cl 5 J S Y
bers can be spotted by the small pin in the shape of the letter "F" which they wear.
W. A. A.
The XVomen's Athletic Association was organized to promote participation in athletic games and E0
develop skill in these games. This organization was inactive during the war but was revived last YCZII'
under the guidance of instructor Jane Pease.
The XY'.A.A. sponsors group and individual tournaments each quarter of the year. An All-Sp0rIS
Trophy is awarded to the organized group having the greatest number of points. Individual awards may
be earned by active girls. Last year the trophy was won by the L. A. Frosh, this year by the Gamma's.
FINE ARTS ASSOCIATION
Fine Arts Association is made up of students who have been known for meritorious service in organiza-
tions in the Fine Arts Department. The membership is representative of each of the Fine Arts
activities. This organization was founded in 1934 to encourage music, drama, literature, and the graphic
arts. This is one of the many organizations reactivated since the end of the war.
WING AND TORCH
Each spring a group of upperclassmen who have earned recognition in various activities are admitted to
XVing and Torch. XVing and Torch is an honorary society for students who are active in extra-curricular
activities. Upperclassmen are admitted according to a number of points they have achieved by participa-
tion in organizations.
1g,,-A Ron' gli-11 lu mimi 1. iiwff, 15, P1111111m11, 11. 1-111111-L. 11. sm.-1, 1. 1.1-...-A, 13 1f.,1f.1r, 11. K1-Ili, ll. imlvffiv.
QITOIHI Ron. UVM la ,-jvlylj C, D1111I111r, R. G1'ux5l11i111, :L Prlvrs, C. Bin'l1111u11, B. llillvrlnrfc, L, B11:r11.vl5y, lf. Ki1'l'lrr.
1.,.0,,t Rau, UV!! ,U Ham, M- NHL, L, Ppgur, E. Grii-x:1111:r, S. Sbilkofi, H. llrilgrr, C. ll.1l11-mlrfrf, A. S1'f11zi1rI:, M. I'11il1.
Bwk Rm, fllifg lu ,-iqhfj S Clan- 1 Lueim, R. Grosxrmul, H. II11111plmx. R. Iirfnl-x. lJ.Sml1111fki H.I11i11.
, I . . 4 .
Y. Srigvl, B. lI.1ii-rlurk.
lfirxf Ron' flrfl lu rielrll M. Ilrilgrr, L. B11:r11xfe,i, P. Tiff-'f'l'U1'1 M- IUIW- I- fN"l'l'f'1. D- H""11'
ek Run' Hell lu riglxll R. Amlrrx, M. Muril, E. 1"uv'lvnrZv, P. Buvil, E. Kirl'lrr. C. linrlwrl.
Frou! Iiuzrffl. Aruill, B. Dnliuar, D. S1-rhiuskvv, G. Di-mrrll,
Burk Run' llrft ln 1-iglvfj R. Iflfmiug, T. Rurrlry, R. Wulf, 1. Rulfrrly, H. Nulrlv.
Bullulu Kan'-R. MtClm'r, I. Bwll, C, Pm'Iriilgr.
In the Annual Recognition Assembly of May, 1946, eight new members were admitted to Theta Rl10'
Theta Rho is the honorary fraternity for high-ranking Arts and Sciences students. Members are elected
from the junior and senior classes. This is another organization that the war left in' a collapsed state,
but which has now been revived.
Alpha Chi is Fcnn's honorary Business School fraternity. The fraternity's purpose is to promote high
standards of scholarship, character, and leadership in the study of Business Administration.
Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors who have maintained a cumulative point average of 3.0
or better in all their studies at Fenn.
New members are elected during the winter quarter of each school year and are presented with sterling
keys in honor of their outstanding achievement at an annual dinner meeting held shortly thereafter.
F. S. A. E.
The Fenn Society of Automotive Engineers received its national charter this year. The membership is
open to all engineers under thirty years of age. Recently all students were invited to a meeting at which
several interesting movies were shown. There movies were "Power House in Aviation," "Cyclone Com-
bustionf, and "Aeronautical Oddities." Since then, several other dinner meetings have been held.
The Outdoor Club aims to provide outdoor activities and recreation for Day and Evening students. De-
pending upon the season, hay rides, sleigh rides, horseback riding, tobogganing, hikes, and camping trips
are among its activities. A very popular affair is an overnight hike, which is usually held in May at
Centerville Mills. Members cook their owns meals and sleep overnight in cabins which are located at
The club was organized in 1940 and was one of the few organizations which remained active during
the war. Mr. B. T. Brickley is faculty advisor.
President-Irene Urban Vice President-G. Stevenson
Burk Rini-lt. Cmifa. E. sfmwu, 1. sfflmim, li. limi.
I"i'uul Rolf!-lf. Kliugxlmiru, S. Cluxr, T. Kujrfr.
B4 I, Run fluff lu riqbll H Ilulrlki' G Iirzzilrn, D. Grrlfulz, li. Hllriflt. I.. Cnrnnln, l,. Grrlirl, li. IJiLul1fi, O. llill,
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Burk Rauf-P. I.mn'lv, B. Krislojir, B. Huwr, G. Foll:, B. W'ull:rr, M. Snrgrr.
Sillilfg-B. Lurus, E. Sn11ll11i'rl1iH, L. Drliniu, E. Kvlfbrl, F. Killvjwx, M. Nails, M. Krlgnll.
Uurlt limi'-R. Gratimnu, K. Curull, E. Koving, W. Brnlu, R. Ifigrlixl, P. Gulluiglwr.
Third Ro:i'fM. K. Srvlurr, L. A. Cornlilo, M. Regan, A. Ruzuul, I. Gruryrur, I. Bnlmnlrki.
Suronil Rau'-17. M. Curullo, P. Krusuuxki, B. Uulkn, M. Mr'Dn1ml:l, If. Carruilo, A. P. Cilrullo, M. A. Puxli.
Firxi Run'--V. Gwfw, R. Sbirrnukrr, F. I. Colm, 1. Elwr.
In October, 1946, a group of students, who felt a deinitc lack of college spirit :it Penn, re-organized
the Boostcrls Club. Originally, the Booster's Club was the promoter of athletic affairs, the new
revised club is behind all student activities. All students of Fenn College are automatically members of
the Boostcrls Club. Its aim is to promote enthusiasm among the students, encouraging them to take
an actve part in all scholastic affairs. The Booster Club sponsored a successful dance and skating party
that was held in November, Freshman mixer in May, dance after the john Carroll basketball game
with the B. B. A.'s and a float in thc Sesqui Centennial celebration.
The Newman, a national organization of Catholic students attending secular and non-Catholic universities
or colleges, has an active charter on the campus. Educational and social functions are held. Several
of these functions are with other chapters in Cleveland. The Newman Club holds an all-school
dance annually known as "The Dance of the NV-olvesf' The club was organized in 1938. Mr. N.
Rimboi is thc faculty advisor.
Burk Rini--Karat, Svlzlrilrlz, I'luz'i'rlorle, Pnsfi, Failur.
Crnli-r Ruu'fI'i'lr'rs, Ilirlliuk, lirrir, llullrnilnrf, Axlrmnx, Buriru. Dolilmr,
lirnul Kun'-S:'igi'l, Srifz, Nilxlr, Ilrilgrr, Sulilfr, Mrmlgrliuiwy, Kiipjnisu
GAMMA U SIGMA
Gamma Nu Sigma Sorority began its 1945 roster of activities with a rollicking journey out to Center-
ville Mills to duly initiate eighteen bewildered pledges. After this affair, the gals maintained a steady
pace throughout the year with the Registration Hop, Community Fund Drive, Red Cross, and pajama
parties. They closed the season with a trip to Wliite Wfood Cottage at Miriwangn, Ohio.
Witll the increasing tempo of Womcn's athletics in 1946, the Gamma's formed Winning combinations in
volleyball, bowling, badminton, ping pong, and basketball, which gave the sorority possession of the
highly prized All-Sports Trophy.
Once again the ten-week pledge period gained the limelight on the campus with its baby dolls, gold fish,
and raw eggs. After the Founder's Day Banquet at the Smorgasbord in Stow, Ohio, the group devoted
its efforts to the formation of a chorus, which received Honorable Mention at the Penn Annual Song Fest.
President ,,,, ,.,,,, B etty Habink Vice President ,,., .,,,,, D orothy Brew
Secretary AA,Y -Y,,.VYY- YAYYLV B , J, Dolinar Treasurer .....,. ..i.,.YY.f. .,t.... Y 7 iolct Svigcl
1-Iistm-gan YWYYM .,,,,, M aryettri Karas
Bark Rozrflcfl lu ri,qbl2K0ruu, Moulnsuuu, Grnw, Srlmlil, Prfllvgulli, Willrrl, Prirr, By:-V, Wbilzdnrk, Slurfe,
Tbiril Rau' fluff In rigblj Burrlnuxvki, Pirrlriilgf, Arihrvrbl, Burbm, Sl. john, Bruuxl, Cauldiug, Ci'r1'rz14y, Lilzzilro,
Svrnurl Ron' fluff In riglwfj Knfrkus, Iluxmuu, Ilrnlgrx, Miller, Puxf, W'ull11.vlr'y, lIuff'lii'li, Llnytl.
lilrxf Rrflz'-I.zlfi'11'ir':, Ifr111l1'i.v, Krlrl-rf, W'nlf, Cirlwt, Rvrk, Clark.
BETA BETA ALPH
"I-Iereis to all the B.B.A. boys," who have come from many parts of the United States, the South Pacihc,
and the European Theater to 'lkeep the spirit of Beta Beta Alpha rising." After two years of inactivity
because of the war, Beta Beta Alpha is once again taking its place on campus as an important part of
The fraternity, originally founded in October, 1932 by a group of Business Administration students,
remains the only frat in the Day College Whose members are selected exclusively from one school:
Business Administration. It encourages leadership in scholarship, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.
B.li.A. opens the Fenn social season each year by sponsoring the Harvest Prom. ln addition, the Moon-
light Terrace Dance, Freshman Mixer, annual Stag Dinner, and annual Formal Banquet are some of the
reasons why thc B.B.A. boys "never show a frownf'
President ,,,, ..... B ill Hentges Vice President ,,,,,, ,,Y,, A rr Hofuliek
Secretary N ,.,,....,, Andrew Rozum Treasurer ,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I I im Logan
Advisor .... ,,,,,, D can Anders
Burk Run' flffl In rigblj Buyil, Srfmll, lirwlvllxrb, Dflulmr, li.y1'riliHll, Pfllfiuxnn, Kivlvlrr, Rirlmnlxnlr. Nnrlllrly, W'nmlli'r.
Frou! Rim' flrfl lo riglilj 1lu:4'11ihj, Aplrlrffly, Smilfn, Culi1l1r1't1', Tm'ln'flir, Sni'i'll4'y, Milzilrik,
LAMBDA SIG A CHI
Lambda Sigma Chi holds the honor of being the First sorority on Fennis campus. Since the time of
organization the Lambda Sigs have gained a reputation of which to be proud. The group being keyed
to the tempo of the times, shifted its charitable works into channels that would help the war effort.
One project of this nature was to send Christmas boxes to orphaned servicemen, overseas. Another
project consisted of giving a War Bond Dance and Bazaar in collaboration with the Cauldron. The
unique method of voting for Queens helped the Lambdas to sell well over 510,000 worth of bonds and
stamps. The Lambdas subscribe regularly to thc Community Fund and the Red Cross.
ln extra curricular activities the Lambdas have almost wholly turned their attention to the literary field.
Many of the girls are leaders in their classes in both scholarship and activities. More than half of the
Lambdas usually appear on the Dean's list.
Burl: Rnu' Hoff lo righlj Farrell, Falls, Bechtel, Dorsvh, Slrlzrzub, Eirfwjf, l11ror1'irl, Irlllulplnrry.
I'rnul Ron'-lIz'ul1ir, Brufflv. Wixuvrll, Grulry, Iirlfr, Arlmxl.
PI SIG A TAU
Eighteen years have passed since Pi Sigma Tau Fraternity was founded by twelve Engineering students.
During that time, the fraternity has grown into an organization numbering over two hundred and fifty
members. Pi Sigma Tau was the first fraternity at Fenn to lease a house of its own and the first
fraternity to be incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. Upon graduation, members of Pi Sig
automatically become a part of the graduate division, thus maintaining a close relationship between
graduates and undergraduates, which has helped to stabilize the fraternity.
XVith its usual progressive spirit, Pi Siga Tau rapidly recovered from the war. Members who returned
from service in distant lands found that the graduate division had the way prepared for reorganization.
In May, 1945, the fraternity was officially reactivated. Since then it has grown in membership through
numerous pledge periods.
Pi Sig has not forgotten its social activities of old, such as the Easter formal, fall hayride, Halloween and
Christmas parties, and the Annual Banquet. These and other activities have been given.
Bark Rom flvfl In rigblj Ilunnlu, Dnlwrlei, Muybrr, Hirmrk, Gnlbunr, I.nr'i1s.
Frou! Run- llwft lu riglill Sbiumnln, Krumimli, Burzjuiki, Cluvlnu, Kihurbi, Aliiriicy.
Omega Upsilon, the youngest sorority on campus, has grown steadily. lt is an inter-racial group and is
tiruly representative of many nationalities and religions. The ideals and principles that so many organi-
zations have set forth in their constitutions are actually practiced in this group.
There are thirteen charter members and all are active. Each girl has given some element to make up
the character of the sorority. Through informal discussions, the members have expressed their ideals
and their aims in life, which are about the same in most eases. The sorority, as a group, now Works
toward mutual improvement.
The girls have made a point of attending together various affairs promoted by the school and also those
outside the school. Wliere you see one Omega, youill see others. As the youngest sorority on campus,
it is advancing rapidly, keeping in mind the democratic ideals of the young people of today. Through
the years to come, the Omegafs hope to set C1 pattern that all groups will follow,
President ........ ,.i. F rarices Clayton Vice President ,,.,. ..... R uth I-Iiscock
Rec. Secretary ..,,,, ..,, . Irene Buczynski Corres. Secretary ...... ,,.. F rances Kikuchi
Treasurer ,YYY, A,A,, ,,,,,,, ,.,,.,,,..,,, A n n a Graham
Buck Run'-B. Fiugwlist, P. Dlzlfais,
firnlll Run'-G. lirlfy, li. Bvlklmlr, B, Slulvjl, Inurill, G. Sfulrff,
KAPPA DELTA PHI
As a result of the diligent Work by Clayton Wfhile, our first president, Kappa Delta Phi was granted a
charter in 1929. The Kappa Delts were the initial winners of the Fenn All-Sports Trophy, which is
permanently and proudly displayed in their room. War years 1942 to 1945 found their total member-
ship serving in every branch of the Armed Forces. In the winner of 1946, Kappa Delta Phi was
reactivated by returned members.
Prelude to their social season is "Hell Wleekn and the Informal Initiation, which follows. During this
week, the traditional disappearance of the Pi Sigma Tau's green wagon occurs. World War II years '42
to '45 prevented this occurrence, but in 1946 the custom was revived.
The social calendar is highlighted by the formal Pledge Banquet at a prominent country club, the
'l'hanksgiving Prom, a canoeing party at Portage Lakes, and summer beach parties. During the winter
months, a record dance and ice skating party, plus other school-wide dances, keep our social life aglitter.
As winter breaks, the old men, alumni, come out of hiding and the old and the new "sup" together at
the annual Alumni Stag Supper.
Burk Rom Neff to I-igblj Gruul, G. Rvnf, C. Blivbarski, R. Lucnr, B. Rupp, O, Hifi, B. Briulsrr, H. Libvur, R. Kulz,
T. Purillo, O. llizlckio, S. Iluphifls, G, Bvrzllmrl.
I-'mul Kun' Huff lu righfj N, Ililln-ink, B, Bm'rrI:gI', E. Grirlmn-xlzi, C. Luzzuru, P. Bvll, I. Urban, V. Drngn, N. Wurf.
KAPPA SIGIVIA UPSILO
Kappa Sigma Upsilon Sorority was organized in June, 1937 by seven girls, thus starting the First Evening
Division sorority at Fenn College.
The objects of the sorority are to develop a unified College spirit among the girls of the Evening Divisiong
to cooperate with the other organizations in supporting any action which it deems beneficial to the inter-
ests of the students of Fcnn College.
The outstanding events of each year are the Founders' Day Banquet in September, the Rush Tea in
October, Christmas Party in December, Freshmen Reception given with Lambda Tau Sigma Fraternity
in February. Formal Initiation in April, Formal Banquet in june, and the Summer Cottage. In February
1946, the sorority also sponsored a semi-formal dance called the "Gold Diggers Ball."
FERN LINGNBR .,, Vice-Prwidefzt
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SHIRLEY HOPKINS ..,., e .,,,.,.......,,.........,.........,...-....-.. --A--A T ffl'-Y7f"l'1'
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IRENE URBAN ,,,,
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Fmul Rnn'AI. Svvlmlzl, li. Liulrilq, C. Pimlcnrlz, R. lnnsx.
LAMBDA IOTA DELTA
In 1933 a handful of enterprising students organized the Fenn Nite Engineer's Club, now the Lambda
Iota Delta Fraternity. Members of Lambda Iota Delta have wholeheartedly contributed to the war
effort during the Second World War. More than twenty-five members have served in our countryls
armed forcesg one, Walter Cwik, made the highest sacrihce, on thc Anzio bcachhend.
The Founder's Day Banquet, Halloween Party, New Yenr's live Party, and Pledge Banquet are the
social highlights of thc fraternity's activities each year. To complete the social calendar, ll canoe party,
lake cruise, and Weiner roast are held during the summer vacation.
Pr0SidCnr .l,tYt..t,.. ..,.., E mil T. Wierber Vice President ....... ,,,,,, l ieinlmld -10055
Rec. Secretary ,,..,., ,.,,, M ai-cel Zitkus Correa. Secretary .,,,, ,,,,, j oseph Seybold
TFCQSUFCF ,.Y....... .,...,....... C yril Pankuch Pledgemnster .....,,..,.,.,, ,,,,,, B ill Bi-edenbeck
Advisor ,,,,,.. ,,,,. J ames B. Wndlianis
Burl: linuvhi. Swvlml, V. llnruusrb, L. Cnrrnilo, B. Bmniln, E. InLmn:i'11.
l'ruz1l lion--A. Pilnrlt, B. Fruxrr, 1. Knmis, I. Grrlyrar.
IOTA TA LAMBDA
Each fall the Delta chapter of Iota Tau Lambda begins its season of activities with its ioint W'elcome
Party. This party is hcld jointly with Kappa Sigma Upsilon sorority to welcome new girls to Fenn's
This is followed by a Rush party to which prospective members are invited. Later pledges are selected.
These pledges are formally initiated the following spring. Between these two events is a full calendar of
activities. These usually consist of a Hallowelen party, a Christmas party and other events as a Splash
Party and a Hayride as were held during the winter of 1945-46. In addition the pledges held a Kid
Party for the membersg members and dates of the sorority attended a theater party in connection with
"Nancy,s Private Affairhg plus n dance sponsored by the Delta Chapter and the L.T.D. fraternity.
Iota Tau Lambda is open to any women of Penn evening divisiong however the membership is limited.
Annually the Delta chapter participates in the National Iota Tau Lambda convention.
The oflicers for 1944-45 were: president, Janice K. XVoodringg vice-president, Wilma Appunng secretary,
Jean Greggg treasurer, Willieliiiina jacksong and program chairman, Lily Corrado.
The following year for 1945-46 Grace 'Von.lrich was elected president. Lois Schroeder, vice-president,
Lil Corrado, sceretaryg and Mary McCarthy was elected treasurer.
Burk Row-I. Buft0u's1:,i, N, Srbrorrlcr, R. Sf1yr!'v1', A. Snbvle, XV. B:'11il1'r.
Silffug-L. Huldrllmll, G. Slrwllsoll, R, Srblliivs, 1. Bizrlox, W. Itlnlufc, R. W'l1Hi'.
LAMBDA TAU SIGMA
Lambda Tau Sigma Fraternity, formed on October 26, 1926, bears the distinction of being the oldest
organized group at Fenn College. Originally planned as a social fraternity for Business and Arts students
at the Cleveland YMCA School of Technology, later Penn College, it has now added the Beta chapter
for Engineering students. The two chapters, however, were merged during the war and at present are
still acting as one group.
The activities of Lambda Tau Sigma have been: the Sweater Hop, Annual Banquet, Freshman Reception,
and last year, participation in the Fenn War Bond Carnival.
This year Lambda Tau Sigma is gathering strength. The traditional Sweater Hop was revived with
great success, after being cancelled for the duration. Present plans call for sponsorship this year of the
Inter-fraternity Banquet and a Monte Carlo Carnival in Panel Hall.
President ..... ,,..,,....... R ay Seiple Vice President ., .... ..,,,, R obert Schmies
SCCICEHFY ..... ..... G lenn Stevenson Treasurer ,......... ,,,,,,. H arry Inunkc
X' A' KA.
"Woody" ami Ray Ray Inlk things owr
The mainstay of the men's athletic program for the past few years has been the Intramural Sport
Tournaments. Team sports throughout the year include Touch Football, Basketball, Bowling, Volleyball,
and Softball Baseball. For individual participation there are the Ping-Pong and Badminton Tournaments.
The returning veterans soon began to leave an indellible mark in the boys' sports. In capturing the All-
Sports Trophy for 1944-45 the B. A.-L. A. squad won the Touch Football and Bowling Tournamentsg
then merged in the winter with the T. I. vets to smother all opposition on the basketball court. That
winter the Badminton and Ping-Pong Championships were taken by john Tarapchak.
The following fall of 1945 the Touch Football Championship was clinched by the 'lVets', team. In the
bowling Held the Faculty eliminated all competition to become the school Bowling Champs.
The Volleyball and Basketball seasons were close battlesg however, the B. B. A. Fraternity emerged vic-
torious in the Volleyball Tournament and the Pi Sigma Tau Fraternity victorious in the Basketball
Tournament. The Ping-Pong Championship was won by John Tarapchakg the Badminton Tournament
was a close scrap between Lou Humphrey and John. A'
In the winter of 1945-1946 Professor Homer E. Xvoodling and Coach George Y. McKinnon revived the
Hrst post-war Varsity Basketball Team. This small but loyal group bravely struggled to achieve fame
for Fenn. Many of the team members had been former Fenn lettermcn. At this time the annual
struggle between Hiram and Fenn for possession of the NVoody Brick was revived.
Toll: Vvfx TOIlL'l7 Foofbulf T!'tll7lj Cfrfvlwffo, Cbu1'l1'rx011, Rvrfl, RfXlIl'l'4Q, Barurfa, Cnrziliu
Mimffllv Lvfl: Pi Sig Bzlxkvlbflll TUKIIIIQ Bfzw, Sfrlrmlb, Anrlcs, Lwwix
Nfirfrflm' Rigbf: B.B.A. Illllwlzzllzvzlg Clarkv, Rork, WffJih'f0rfc, Nviflvrl, Czzpzxx,
I'IUfc'fiz'b, RzfzL'lr'3f, Sf. john, Prim'
Bolioln: B,A.-LA. Touch Ifoofbull Tt'lIIIIf Amfm, ClJAl'l'ft'l'X0lI, Borbm, I-Ilzzzljvbwy, Groxxnmu
Page Seventy-fm: 1'
T011 Razr: M. Lully, 1. Tomifb, G. Sfujrp
Middle Row: R, Rixlfcrg, T. Ziugafe, M. Zvrko
Bollum Row: P. Banjqvlzf, L. Van Sgfcklc, R. Ajlvs
II7Sfl'7ll'fO1' fam' Pcvzsc' shows the girls lvozu i1"s done
The Athletic program presented to the Penn College girl enables her to round out her
college career to be a happier and more successful one. The athletic department is
headed by the capable, and likable, Miss Jane Pease. Since coming to Penn in the fall
of 1944, Miss Pease has done wonders for the Girls Athletic Program. Through her
guidance the girls are able to have tournaments in all lines of sports. The season starts
in the fall with volleyball, followed by basketball and baseball. While these are being
played off, ping-pong, badminton and bowling tournaments are in progress. In the
spring the Girl's All-Sports Trophy is presented to the team or group of girls who
have earned the most points by their participating in these tournaments.
In the spring of 1945 this trophy was received by the L. A. Frosh, who also had won
the volleyball, and bowling championships. In the basketball season the L. A. Frosh
were given close competition by the Pre-Juniors who captured the basketball champion-
ship. The ping-pong and badminton titles were held by Divine Chatterson and Connie
In the following winter of 1945-46 the Gammas championed in volleyball, basketball
and bowling. One of their members, Doris Ruder, divided the badminton title with
Irene Buczynski. All through the season the Girls Dorm Team gave close competition
to the Gammas. The ping-pong title was clinched by Jeanne Gerres, freshman. The
All-Sports trophy was awarded to the Gammas that season.
Any girl who wishes to participate in these sports may do so. The only requirement
is that she be a good sport. Girl's intramural sports can proudly boast of having more
women participate than other activity on campus.
Ujnpcz' Lcff, Bowling: Asbuzzzx, F. Kajnpax, Uj1j1r'rRigbi, Vo1IeyBall, Bark Row: E. Habizzk
I. Smith D. Rader, D. Hoozfrfz'
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Lower Left, Basketball, Back Row: D. Hoover, Flow Rmb M D"9k"1' B Dm HZ
D. Rznfw, A.YZ7II1IL.Y, M. Karas
Lower Rigbf, Bazl11zi11fo11: D. Rlnler, I. Gewcs
Frou! Row: M. Pzzsti, Ii. Habiizk, V. Svigel
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