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lStanding L. to RJ Allen T. Perry, Vollmar W. Fries, John S. Crider, C. H.
Franklin, Edward T. Bartlett, Clarence L. Collens, Dr. Robert M. Stecher,
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Fenn is fortunate in having on its Board of Trustees men who are
leaders in the industrial, business, and professional world and who are
interested in the cooperative education that Fenn is offering. Through
their experience, they are able to aid the School in fulfilling its purposes
by offering their knowledge of existing conditions and trends.
The students of Fenn College appreciate the past efforts of the Board
of Trustees and have every confidence in the future plans which the Board
is promoting for the expansion and growth of the College.
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Fenn College celebrated its Silver Anniversary of Cooperative Edu-
cation on November 18, 1948. The following is a resume of the events
which took place on that date.
A student assembly was held in the morning at the Euclid Avenue
Baptist Church. Speakers at this assembly were Dr. Hezzleton E. Simmons,
president of the University of Akron, and Dr. joseph C. Nichols, Dean
of Fenn College. Dr. Simmons' topic was 'The Cooperative Way of
Higher Education," and Dr. Nichol's topic was "Twenty-five Years of
Cooperative Education at Fenn."
At the assembly, three Fenn College Alumni were given recogni-
tion for outstanding achievements in their respective fields. The persons
thus honored, and their vocational fields, were: Henry Huge, Electronics,
Kenneth Burke, Engineering and Management, Joseph S. Kopas, Person-
In the afternoon, a discussion was held in Panel Hall in which the
faculty discussed cooperative education. Speakers at this discussion were
Max B. Robinson, Dean of Cooperative Education, Arthur Pohm and
john R. Smart, Students, Kenneth Burke, 1930 Graduate, Leonard Giles,
Personnel Director of Lincoln Electric Company, and Fred J. Marker,
Manager of Industrial Relations of the Cleveland Plant of Swift and
Dr. Charles F. Kettering, internationally-recognized research con-
sultant for General Motors, Inc., spoke at the Silver jubilee Dinner held
that evening at Hotel Carter. Other speakers at the dinner were: George
W. Codrington, vice president of General Motors Corporation, Cleveland
Diesel Division, Dr. Edward Hodnett and Dr. Joseph C. Nichols.
Dr. K. T. Glenncsn
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President Edward Hodnett
Salutations to the Class of 1949
and'greetings to all Fenn students!
On this the 25th Anniversary of Co-
operative Education at Fenn College,
We should also salute those men and
women, many of whom are still serv-
ing Penn, who aided Dr. C. V.
Thomas to bring the opportunities
of this American form of education
My first year at Penn has been a
happy one, and no phase of it has
been happier than my relations with
you, the student body, in both day
and evening divisions. The habit of
cooperation seems to permeate the
FANFARE is not merely a year
book, it is a book' of years. It records
events and personalities that are as
much part of an education as labora-
tories and classes. Education is the
sum of much more than this book
can enclose. Yet how it adds up for
each of you is to an important degree
determined by your associations with
the men and women smiling at you
from these pages.
Fenn is a fine world of play and
work, laughter and serious thinking,
and best of all, good fellowship. As
the years go by, we shall be glad to
have this documentary means to re-
call at will that world and its friend-
Of the many steps in the de-
velopment of Fenn College, since the
first classes were held in 1881, the
decision to initiate the Day Coopera-
tive Plan in 1923, is outstanding be-
cause of its influence in determining
to a considerable degree, the destiny
of the college. These basic conditions
led to this daring adventure in edu-
C15 The up-surge in scientific
and technological development -
radio broadcasting--industrial elec-
tronics - refrigeration - aviation-
the automobile industry, etc.
C25 Young men needed, not
only more education-but a kind of
education, geared to life.
f3P Urban centers in general-
Cleveland in particular - needed
more educational opportunities.
Fourteen students enrolled in
the first class. Each year the enroll-
ment increased--frequently, dou-
bled. By 1928, our facilities were in-
adequate and the three-story Pros-
pect - Fenn Building made it possible
to extend the original three-year pro-
gram into a five-year degree pro-
gram. Accordingly, in 1930, ten
young men made up the first gradua-
ting class. The demand for this type
of education led to similar programs
in Business Administration in 1930,
and to Arts and Sciences in 1932. By
1938, just ten years later-the Col-
lege had again outgrown its facili-
ties. Hence in that year, the College
acquired the 21-story building at
24th and Euclid-now known as
Fenn Tower. By 1948, the original
student body had grown from four-
teen, in 1923, to 1885-the full time
faculty, from 3 to 136. The new
mechanical engineering building
represents the first step of the devel-
opment planned by the Board of
Trustees. Full accreditation of the
College by National and Regional
accrediting agencies, attests to the
basic educational soundness of the
Fenn faces the future with con-
victions growing out of these experi-
ences, and with the faith in this ap-
proach to the development of human
Dean Ioseph C. Nichols
Deon P. R. Anders
School of Business Administration
Deon S. M. Spears
School of Engineering
Director of Admissions and Sfudenf Acfivifies
Dr. W. A.
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Mr. A. P. Loegler
Deon M. B. Jenks
School of Arts and Science
Deon E. Shclnoberger
Deon of Women
Deon M. B.
Pauline Bloomquist, A.B.
Assistant Professor, Secretarial Studies
Marie E. Center, A.B.
Instructor, Secretarial Studies
Vance Chamberlin, B.S.
Assistant Professor, Marketing
William Cherubini, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, English
Marion D. Cooper, M.S.
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Blake Crider, Ph.D.
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John Arendt, Jr., M.S.
Instructor, Structural Engineer
Robert B. Auld, M. Ed.
Alberta Prasse Barnes, B.S.
Jay Manton Berger, M.A.
Samuel H. Berwald, LL.B., C.P.A.
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Lloyd C. Billings, M.A.
Clyde J. Crobaugh, Ph.D.
Randle E. Dahl, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Management
William C. Davis, B.S.
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Frank DeMarinis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Biology
Alfred R. Deptula, B.S.E.
E. Philip Earl, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Physics
William V. Kopfstein, B.S.
lnstructor, Chemical Eng.
James A. Lemon, M.A.
Phyllis J. Lowndes, B.B.A.
lnstructor, Sec. Studies
Richard L. Marion, B.S.Ch.E.
John C. Matthews, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Education
Frank H. McGar, Jr., B.A.
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Millard L. Jordan, M.A. lf
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Karl David Kelly, M.S. ll
Professor, Mathematics 'l
C. virginia Kiel, ls.A. '
Elvan E. Kintner, M.A.
lnstructor, English ll
Chester J. Kishel, B.S.M.E.
Assistant Professor, Mech. Eng.
Ralph M. Knapp, M.A.
Cooperative Training l
John Gilbert McGrew, Ph.D.
Geo. Y. McKinnon, Jr., M.A.
lnstructor, Physical Ed.
John Wilson McNeill, M.A.
Associate Professor, Management
Selma M. Montasana, B.Sci.
William F. Moore, M.S.
Assistant Professor, Sociology
Harold E. Morgan, Ph.D. N
Associate Professor, Physics lv
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G. Hamlin Mouck, B.S.
Ambrosia C. Noetzel, M.S.
Associate Professor, Home Ec.
Ralph J. Oravec, B.S.
David Grant Parker, B.B.A.
' Instructor, Economics
Lad A. Pasiut, Ph.D.
Jane Pease, A.B.
lnstructor, Physical Ed.
Raymond Ray, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Physical E.
Ruby V. Redinger, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Philosophy
Nicholas R. Rimboi, M.A.Ed.
Director, Technical Institute
Alvin A. Rood, B.S.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
lrving Rozalsky, B.Met.E.
lnstructor, Met. Eng.
Marjorie H. Schecter, M.A.
Dwight L. Penney, B.S.
Instructor, Eng. Drg.
Sarah M. Pereira, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Mod. Languages
Emil N. Perout, B.Met.E.
Edwin A. Pfeil, B.S. in Ed.
lnstructor, Eng. Drg,
Willard J. Poppy, Ph.D.
Randolph C. Randall, M.A.
Russell R. Ehrhart, A.B.
Donald C. Fabel, D.Eng.
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Robert J. Farrell, B.E.E.
instructor, Electrical Engineering
George H. Faust, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, History and
John A. Froebe, A.B., LL.B.
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Frank J. Gallo,, B.S.E.
Instructor, Structural Engineering
Elmer E. Haskins, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Mayo S. Heath, B.S.M.E.
lnstructor, Mech. Eng.
Robert H. Hedrick, B.S.
Anne B. Hisey, B.S.M.
i Assistant Professor, Music
l Dorothy B. Horning, B.A.
Francis E. Johnson, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Elec. Eng.
Gerald U. Greene, Sc.D.
Professor, Chem. and Met. Eng
V. Richard Gulbenkian, M.A.
Raymond R. Gutzman, M.S.
Eugene G. Haas, Ph.D.
Virgil D. Hales
Associate Professor, Eng.
Ernest C. Harris, B.C.E.
Associate Professor, Struc.
Richard B. Small, M.A.
instructor, Mod. Languages
Geo. H. Smith, M.A.
Assistant Dean of Engineering
George W. Srail, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Speech
Joseph W. Sutlift, M.A.
Associate Professor, Chem. Eng.
Aaron J. Teller, M. Ch. Ed.
Assistant Professor, Chem. Eng.
Horace R. Thayer, S.B., M.S.
Assistant Professor, Mechanics
Robert W. Schindler, M.S.
Associate Professor, Elec. Eng.
Walter A. Schirmer, B.S.M.E.
Assistant Professor, Mech. Eng.
Harold Seymour, A.M.
Assistant Professor, History
Glenn H. Shakley, A.B.
Kenneth S. Sherman, B.S.E.E.
Assistant Professor, Elec. Eng.
George B. Simon, Litt. B.
Associate Professor, Speech
Demetrios E. Theodore, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Economics
Blanche Hall Tolar, M.A.
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Marion B. Tolar, M.A.
Frank J. Tomich, M.A.
Associate Professor, Mod. Lang.
Chester W. Topp, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Robert F. Truelsch, B.E.E.
Instructor, Elec. Eng.
Donald R. Tuttle, Ph.D.
l Karl H. van oflden, A.M.
Assistant Professor, Mod. Languages
Walter R. Van Voorhis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Wm. von Reichbauer, M.A., LL.B.
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Urban F. von Rosen, C.P.A.
, Professor, Accounting
John W. Walter, B.B.A.
l Cooperative Training
Bruce T. Brickley, M.A.
Assistant Director, Admissions
Thomas L. Dotson, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Pers. Develop.
Thomas N. Dwyer, B.B.A., LL.B.
Assistant Finance Director
Clifford L. Graves, M.A.
Eliiah H. Hartley, B.S.
Samuel Ward, M.S.
Professor, Mech. and Matls.
Sara Ruth Watson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, English
Frank E. Wilson, M.A.Sc.
Assistant Professor, Struc. Eng.
Homer E. Woodling, M.A.
Professor, Health 81 Phys. Ed.
Bertha L. Bottle,
Eleanor J. Bouquard, M.A.
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Gilbert S. Serafini
Julius J. Schreiber, M.A.
Walter G. Sites, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Pers. Develop.
Emil J. Stefancis, A.B., B.S. in
Richard S. St. John, B.B.A.
Assistant Finance Director
Joseph S. Kopas, M.A.
Professor, Pers. Develop.
George A. Leech, M.A.
Allice J. Lewis
Lee A. Marshall, M.A.
Lillian M. McQuillet
Housemother, Women's Dorm
Foster T. Miller, M.A.
Gene M. Schott, B.S., R.N.
Wayman H. Thomasson, A.B.
Public Relations Director
Ola l. Twerell '
Bertram W. White, B.A.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Grace D. Wright
Housemother, Men's Dorm
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Carlyle K. Adams
Delores L. Albanese
William S. Albert
Richard F. Anderson
Frank J. Ankuda
Joseph R. Antal
Robert J. Antal
Mable H. Ashmus '
James V. Aubrecht, Jr.
Robert J. Auer
Paul R. Babyak
Carl J. Bachman
Frank C. Badke, Jr.
Mathew P, Bakota
Joseph F. Bukowski
Robert C. Barch
Martin P. Barrett
Joseph P. Bauer
Grenfall J. Beachler
William J. Bender
Ernest J. Benko
Irving R. Berger
George F. Bergold
Raymond J. Besch
Anthony D. Borrelli
Joseph A. Bofirius
Robert F. Bowers
Richord K. Boyer
E. Henry Brcnuer
Warren H. Brounlich
Orison F. Browder
Paul T. Buhrow
Leroy R. Burke
John P. Butterfield
Edward J. Capretto
Reuben C. Carlson
John L. Casini
Charles R. Cassidy
Robert J. Castle
William G. Cerbin
Robert G. Chambers
Hallie A. Cheslock
Robert C. Childs
Frank T. Cole
James P. Corio
Lily A. Corrado
George E. Coultas
Nelson H. Cox
James J. Crahen
Donald R. Cufri
James T. Davidson
Edward G. Delfs
Harry J. Derogon
Lucille M. DeRoia
Nicholas V. DiCello
Melvin L. Dieterich
Kenneth R. Dodge
Poul H. Dork
Frank J. Drsek
Roy E. Duer
William E. Dunn
Steven M. Durica
Bernadelfe F. Durst
Harry C. Dyserf
Edward J. Dziedsiak
Carl J. Eble
Melvin L. Eckhouse
Richard J. Egan
William J. Elperin
Charles D. Engle
Ralph H. Erlanger
Russell K. Eyerdam
William E. Fehrenbach
Willard A. Flagg, Jr
Murray S. Fruchter
John P. Fush
Charles E. Gallik
Richard F. Gang
Donald J. Gargiulo
Domenick J. Garibolli
Samuel L. Gershenson
Leland R. Gerwin
Winston P. Gilpin
Raymond J. Gindle
iVictor B. Good
Norman P. Graziani
Albert R. Griesbach
Robert F. Griffin
Domenic J. Grosso
Edward G. Hable
Leonard H. Hadde
Robert S. Hamers
Fred C. Hampton
George W. Hancock
William B. Hartley
James E. Hayman
Walter J. Hegedus
Ruth F. Hessler
Edward W. Hird
Raymond R. Holberger
Edward R. Horeis
Anlhony A. Horvath
Harry L. House -
Russell G. Hulfer
Edward W. lmm
Dominick P. lnsana, Jr.
Averill R. Jackson
Bernard J. Jaffa
Emil C. Janko
Edward D. James
George R. Jasper
Elmer A. Jeske
Hugh L. Johnsfen
Louis L. Jones
William A. Joyce
Louis T. Kalus 5
Robert H. Kanlner
Howard J. Kaschyk
Eleanor V. Kauffman
Edwin J. Ketchel
Francis J. Kilbane
Fenton D. King
Lewis O. King
Clyde E. Kirsch
George M. Klein
Robert H. Kneebone
Thomas J. Kreps
Waller S. Krysiak
Henry F. Kubiczek
Robert M. Kughn
George A. Kundmilier
Martin C. Lally
Leo E. Landoll
Warren D. Langer
John C. Lanzendorfer
John R. Laughlin
Milton J. Lawrence
Richard F. Leaders
Stanley J. Lepkowski
John J. Lewis
Guy D. Liccardi
Sanford W. Likover
Kenneth G. Lipstreuer
Charles G. Liszkay
Charles W. Little
Walter H. Loew
Charles J. Lonsdale
Elmer L. Lorence
John R. Lowe
Betty M. Lucas
Richard Mack '
Niles J. Mackey
Edward B. Manley
Lester J. Manlifel
William A. Markeff
Richard H. Maurer
Rose Marie Mayher
Arthur G. Mazarakis
Richard G. McAllister
Esther L. McGar
Arthur R. Metzger
Harold C. Meyer
William R. Miller
Harland M. Milne
Oliver L. Misel
Frank W. Moliski, Jr.
Wilford C. Montross
Robert A. Morris, Jr.
Edward L. Murphey
Alvin A. Nayman
Roy L. Neiderlander
Ralph A. Nelson
William F. Newberry
Richard E. Nordquesl'
Chester M. Novak
Roy L. Ordakowski
John P. Orszak
Elmer P. Orvis
Alvah O. Osborn
John D. Ostberg
Carl E. Ostrom
John M. Partridge
Andrew S. Pastor
Edward S. Pavlik
Carl W. Peplowski
Glenn M. Petty
Charles T. Pierotti
William F. Pierson
Albert Pig naliello
Frank G. Pollack
Frank J. Prosek
Ernest A. Pulforcl, .Ir
Fred W. Randall
Frederick H. Ray
Stanley A. Reed
Daniel M. Rew
Clyde W. Richardson
Gordon R. Richmond
Milton J. Riddle
Kenneth D. Roberts
Robert C. Roller
Louis J. Rosenberg
Laddie J. Roth
Carl R. Ruberstein
Robert J. Rucinski
Doris E. Ruder
Joseph S. Rung
Charles E. Rupel, Jr.
Edward F. Rusak
John G. Russell
Sylvia E. Russu
Herbert R. Ryerson
Edward L. Sadler
Edward J. Salomon
Richard A. Salamon
Clark R. Safava
Edward L. Satola
Harry D. Schad
James C. Schaefer
Robert V. Schmotzer
Anthony J. Schneider
Fred T. Schuller
Reidar H. Seaholm
Robert E. Searle
Julius S. Sedensky
Harry C. See
John P. Senkyr
George E. Serieko
Sam Shoroba '
Robert F. Sherod
Harold R. Shimp
John M. Simiele
Earl H. Simon
James H. Simpson
John J. Sims
Andrew P. Slivka
James H. Smith
Robert E. Snyder
Andrew R. Sobek
Richard A. Sommer
George W. Spence
Warren K. Stanord
Henry B. Stankiewicz
Robert W. Strachan
Jack B. Stokoe
Edward L. Stoupa
Terrance G. Sullivan
Lawrence A. Sulser
Rene W. Summersgill
Raymond J. Surman
Casimir M. Szastak
John G. Theodore
Frank Traviglia, Jr.
Robert J. Turek
Edward J. Tyzenhouse
Lynn Van Sycle
John J. Velesky
Edward J. Violand
Cyril M. Vodhanel
Clyde A. Voll
Arthur E. Wharenberger
Robert E. Wardle
Carl B. Weber
Clifford E. Whitehouse
William J. Wihebrink
John J. Wolf
Robert F. Wolf
John A. Workhoven
Xenophon L. Zopis
Zdzizlow S. Zcupisek
Maurice W. Zoh ns
Leonard R. Langowski
Charles J. Lantz
Carl R. Bernhardt
Robert T. Bey
George T. Biggs
Ernest L. Blasko
Francis J. Brennan
John J. Brincka
Joseph E. Brinza
Paul T. Brugman
Domenic G. Carbone
James M. Cherrie
Thomas M. Cooney
Robert H. Cunningham
Harold F. Dauterman
Betty Jane Dubecki
David E. Edwards
Richard A. Ellington
Homer D. Farr
Paul D. Ferris
Hugh J. Galbraith
Max L. Gillam
Gordon R. Graves
Richard A. Grospitch
Donald F. Greetham
Dale G. Hebron
Heinz G. Henning
William R. Hill
Richard E. Johnson
Raymond L. Knaack
Joseph H. Lesko
Earl H. Lewis
Wallace S. Luce
Jacob C. Moser
James F. Porcello '
Robert F. Schwartz
Norman S. Simons
Arthur H. Strassmeyer
Edward G. Teutsch
Ellen E. Wahl
James E. York
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The Council was formed to encourage unity and cooperation among
the sororities through regulation of pledging, coordination of activities,
and sponsoring social and service affairs, its purpose is achieved.
For the past two years, the Council has sponsored the sale of articles
made by the patients at Sunny Acres.
Composed of the president and one appointed member from each
sorority, the Council serves as an intermediary between the sororities and
Members of the Council are Gamma Nu Sigma, Lambda Sigma Chi,
and Omega Upsilon sororities.
I TERFR TER TY COUNCIL
The Interfraternity Council is the ruling body of the fraternities on
the campus. Founded in 1929, the Council is composed of two members
from each social fraternity, the president and one elected member, for
the purpose of supervising all school activities that occur between the
member societies, such as uniform pledging rules, settling of fraternity
disagreements, and sponsoring interfraternity social activities.
Members of the council are Beta Beta Alpha, Iota Eta, Kappa Delta
Phi, Lambda Tau Delta, Pi Sigma Tau Alpha, and Tau Kappa Phi.
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Vice-President Mable Ashmus
Treasurer Mary Zalcir
Assisfanf Treasurer Gloria Cardwell
Recording Secretary Ellen Summerhill Wahl
Corresponding Secretary Harriet Salmary
Historian Edith Dieckow
Despite its relatively short life, the Gamma Nu Sigma Sorority has
become one of the most active organizations on Fenn's campus. The
sorority was founded on February 24, 1937 with the purpose of promot-
ing good scholarship, good fellowship, and an active interest in the
problems of today.
Throughout the year, the girls have maintained a full program of
activities, including: the Registration Hop, Charity Football tickets,
Founders' Day Banquet, Gamma Gavot, theatre parties, Weiner roasts,
intramural sports, the Song Fest, and a week at a Chippewa cottage. The
climax of the year is the Semi-Formal Dinner Dance.
The sorority also Won the Women's All-Sports Trophy for the third
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President Florence Pospishil
Vice President Claire Gaefo
Treasurer Ardelh Schatz
Recording Secretary La Verne Davies
Corresponding Secretary Martha Kelley
With the major aim of promoting cooperation, friendship, and
leadership among' the girls at Fenn, Lambda Sigma Chi Sorority was
organized in October of 1934. In addition to this original purpose, the
present members have become active in doing work for the good of
On the social side of the 1948-49 calendar, Lambdas had beach
parties, Weiner roasts, a welcoming tea for Mrs. Hodnett, the annual
Founders' Day Banquet, a sleigh ride and the rush parties for the fresh-
men girls. A formal dinner dance was given as a finale to the pledge period.
Lambda all-school activities included an informal summer dance,
the Thanksgiving Prom, jointly sponsored with the Kappa Delta Phi
Fraternity, and the annual Lambda Porthole Dance in January.
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Vice-President Ruth Hisock
Recording Secretary Marguerite Ragon
Corresponding Secretary Kimi Tashima
Treasurer Emily Kuhcr
The Omega Upsilon Sorority was founded in December, 1945 by a
group of girls who felt the need for another sorority on the campus. An
interracial group from the beginning, the group has lived up to the ideals
and principles which serve as the basis for its functions and activities.
The Omegas have formed ties which are long and lasting.
Activities include: co-sponsoring the semi-annual Scholarship Tea
with the Home Economics Club, Founders' Day Dinner, Annual Banquet,
Rushing and Pledging, Annual Dance with crowning of King are other
functions in which the group participates. There are thirteen active and
fourteen inactive members Which include seven alumni.
Beta Beta Alpha
President Vic Good
Vice-President Elmer Jeske
Secretory Jack Partridge
Treasurer Ed Kefchel
Corresponding Secretary Frank Ankudo
Sergeant-of-Arms Winston Gilpin
Back in the days of the "old" Penn College, twelve Business Admini
stration students founded in 1932 the organization known as Beta Beta
Alpha Fraternity. The BBA's claim the distinction of being the first
fraternity to own its own house, which is located at 1831 East 27th Street.
It is the only exclusively Business Administration fraternity.
The Beta Beta Alpha maintains its chartered purposes of promoting
fellowship, sponsoring social functions, and scholastic achievement in the
business Administration School. Membership is open to students in the
day division of the School of Business Administration having a point
ratio of 2.0.
The fraternity operates on the "bid plan." Under this plan the dues
are 35.00 per month and all social functions are free to the members as
well as the privilege of brotherhood and facilities of the house.
The highlight in the fall is the BBA annual Harvest Prom at which
time the Campus Queen is elected. The Moonlight Terrace Dance is
another annual affair of the Spring.
H. Blending C. Schaffer W. Gilpin
R.NeiIsen C. Wolters V. Good
R. McNerney J. Czikc J. Partridge
L. Longowski E. Ketchel L, Hesselgrove
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Counsellor AI Pulford
Assessor John Laughlin
Professor Russell Reinke
Masfer Fred Ray
Iota Eta Fraternity, organized by a group of students in the spring
of 1926, is the oldest social fraternity on the Fenn campus. Its activities
over the years have been guided by a creed of loyalty - loyalty to school,
to country, to organization, and to self. In the past its members have estab-
lished an enviable record of scholastic achievement and service to the
college. The present uactivesi' are adding to this record through partici-
pation and leadership in a variety of the school's athletic, social, and
Numerous social activities are held each year, including picnics,
parties, educational smokers, and informal gatherings. The high spots
on the social calendar are the annual formal dance and the May conven-
tion and banquet. At this latter function both actives and alumni gather
to present awards, install newly elected officers, and renew old friendships.
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Vice-President Carl Stone
Secretary William Harmounl
Treasurer Leonard Hadde
Chairman, Bd. Dir. Harry Dyserf
Social Chairman Dale Hebron
Pledgemasfer Ralph Nelson
Originally designated as the Neff Club, the Kappa Delta Phi Fra-
ternity became chartered in 1929. At its inception, membership was
limited to the Engineering School, but now members are drawn from all
three schools of the college. In order to conduct its activities more
effectively and to provide for permanent housing of the group, the
fraternity became incorporated in April, 1948.
Pledged to the maintenance of high moral, scholastic, and social
standards, the fraternity is engaged in all phases of school activity. Active
participation in intra-mural athletics is encouraged which engenders the
competitive spirit for which the fraternity is known. The Kappa Delta
Phi Fraternity is owner of the only All-Sports trophy to be permanently
awarded to an organization on the campus, by virtue of its having com-
piled the highest number of points in the 1937-l940.intramural
The social program embraces both organizational and all-school
activity. The All-School Thanksgiving Prom, sponsored by the fraternity
provides a pleasant respite from scholastic pursuits. Other functions
include the Annual Pledge Banquet and Canoe Party interspersed with
"record dances", Play Nights, and beach parties.
Through its diverse activities the fraternity strives to foster the
spirit of fellowship and cooperation so essential to harmonious living.
G. MacMichael C. Gallik
R. Olascek W. Vaughn
D. Johnson S. Anguilano
R. Reinker F. Traviglia
A. Jusak A. Mazur
V. Mahorich H. Ford
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E. Mefti, E. Faulhaber, L. Hevesy,
R. Eyerdam, R. Hammers, R. Cox.
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T. Cooney, AI. Pignotiello, D. Kolczynski,
L. Mickey, E.-Hc1bIe,J.Cc1sini.
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President George Sereiko
Vice-President - Joe Petrus
Secretary Don Snoke
Treasurer John Urwin
This fraternity was organized in 1929 to promote scholastic efforts
among its members.
It was the Lambda Tau Delta fraternity that prompted the formation
of the famed "Quintet Club" in 1936, all occupying one house at 2417
Always a social group, they have of late also gained recognition in
intramural athletics. Their latest achievement is the championship in
touch football. ,
Their social calendar is varied with the Fun Frolic, the annual
banquet, picnics, and beach parties. A new innovation to the scene is the
annual presentation of the "Outstanding Member" award, given this
year to Glenn Petty.
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha
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lst Vice Chancellor Richard Mack
2nd Vice Chancellor Thomas Williams
Clerk William Davis
Treasurer Carlyle Adams
Asst. Treasurer Lawrence Previle
House Manager Edward Asher
Steward James Severa
Twenty years ago the nucleus of Pi Sigma Tau Alpha Fraternity was
formed when twelve engineering students formed a "club". They had as
their objective a social program of brotherhood and scholarly attainment.
So successful was the venture that a fraternity charter was obtained
from Fenn College, and a headquarters was established in the Medical
Under the name of Pi Sigma Tau, the members sought to promote
Worthwhile projects of the college, they encouraged scholarships, they
endeavored to shape the college careers and lives of their brothers so that
both the fraternity and the college could be more proud of them as
Men of mettle matriculated into the organization until it grew strong
enough to undertake the supervision of a house just off the campus at
2429 Prospect Avenue.
On December 24, 1935, the fraternity incorporated, taking on the
letter Alpha for distinctive purposes.
Throughout the year seasonally adapted house parties are planned
about twice a month. The highlight on the social calendar is the Sweet-
heart Prom sponsored about Valentine's Day. The climax of the social
year is the Annual Initiation Banquet, a formal function, in May.
J. Leach D. Maurer
A. Mazarakis L. Prevife
A. Bond E. Asher
E. Biffinger S. Walser
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J. Cevera, R. Hebron, J. Piriczky, R. Grill, D. Bogart, G. Bergold, D. Leaders,
M. Dorsch. C. Bachmann, J. Corio.
K. Will, C. North, W. Wensel, J. Barr, D. Mack, M. Comenico, D. Cimorell
G. Ritlenmyer, L. Previte. J. Toifel, B. Barch.
H. Franklin, S. Lefkovitz, I. Berger,
S. Gershenson, M. Eckhouse, R, Rossoff,
M Kcden, R. Erlonger, L. Rosenberg, J. Singer, S. Fink, S. Hurwitz
M Price, M. Senkfor, M. Tessler. M,Neidif1lK,SeIdner,
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Vice-President Carl Ruberstein
Recording Secretary Nathan Miller
Corresponding Secretory Sidney Hurwitz
Treasurer Robert Rossoff
Founded in june, 1947, Tau Kappa Phi CTruth, Knowledge, and
Fraternityj has grown steadily from a handful of charter members to its
present size of more than thirty members and pledges. Primarily a social
frat, it also seeks to promote the scholastic and cultural growth of its
members. Active in school functions, it has members on the school's
publications, and has taken part in intramural football, basketball,
bowling, handball, and ping-pong. Its growing alumni is helping to
spread the benefits of co-op to the business world. Looking ahead to the
future, Tau Kappa Phi seeks to enhance the growth and development
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The Alpha Chi Honorary Fraternity is the honorary scholastic
society in the Day Division of the Business Administration School at Penn
College. Election to the fraternity is reserved to Juniors and Seniors who
have maintained a cuinulative average of at least 3.0 and have shown
that they possess a high level of character and leadership.
Membership is restricted to the addition of five upperclassmen each
year. Sterling keys are awarded newly elected members at an annual
dinner meeting of the society.
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Phi Epsilon Nu
The aims of the Phi Episilon Nu Fraternity are the promotion of
high standards of scholarship and service to the college.
Election to the fraternity is made from the upper eighth of the junior
Class and the upper quarter of the Senior Class. Each candidate is re-
quired to present a prepared paper of at least five hundred words on an
G. Liccardi Wing and Torch
The Wing and Torch Honor Society was organized in 1930 to honor
all-around students who are outstanding in athletic, scholastic, and social
Members are selected in the spring of each year. To be eligible, an
applicant must have fifty points. He must be approved by the advisor,
Mrs. Alberta Prasse Barnes, and then may become a member upon the
approval of three-fourths of the society.
A. Fofrok, Miss Bloomquist, D. Howard, E. Bitfenger
C. Buchmonn, R. Drennan, P. Silver, C. Adams.
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The Fenn Student Branch
of the Society of Automotive
Engineers, Inc., is one of the
sixty-seven student branches
granted a charter by the
S.A.E. Membership is open to
both the Day and Evening
Division engineering stu-
dents under thirty years of
Since the Automotive In-
dustry embraces all the engi-
neering lields, the members
are from the mechanical,
electrical, structural, and
metallurgical departments of
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honorary society to make its
appearance on the Penn cam-
pus was the Alpha Psi Ome-
ga. It was founded in Febru-
ary, 1948 when the Kappa
Zeta cast of Alpha Psi Omega
was installed at Fenn. This is
the first dramatics fraternity
in Fenn's history.
The Fenn Society of Struc-
tural Engineers is the oldest
professional organization on
Membership of the F.S.S1E.
consists of Structural Engi-
neering students from both
Day and Evening Divisions,
alumni, and faculty of the
Structural Engineering De-
The Society's occasional bulletin, "Strictly Structural," keeps its
members informed as to the Department's developments and also serves
as an agency for data sheets by which everyday technical structural data
can be put into useful and practical form.
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The Fenn Society of Elec-
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tered in 1941. It was organ-
ized to promote further inter-
est in electrical engineering.
Field trips, technical movies
and lectures are among its
The purpose of the F.S.E.E.
is to promote higher educa-
tional standards among
Fenn's Electrical Engineering
students and to promote a
means for the mutual discus-
sion and solution of problems
encountered by individual
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The Day Student Council is the governing body of all student activi-
ties. Among its duties, ,the Council has control of the allocation of
student activity fees and is responsible for the disbursement of funds to
the various Day School activities. A
The activities sponsored by the Council are: the three publications,
the honorary fraternities, varsity and intramural sports and student super-
This year the Day Student Council and the Nite Student Council
sponsored the Christmas Ball, held at the Hotel Carter and attended by
The aim of the Student Council is "to secure the highest standards
of scholarship, promote good fellowship, encourage extra-curricular
activities, and develop civic consciousness among the members of the
Walter S. Schc:fTer P d
Day Student Council
Editor-in-chief Business Manager
The Cauldron, Fenn's Weekly publication, Was organized in 1929
to serve as the melting pot of current college events.
The purpose of the Cauldron is "to print news of interest to students,
give students an opportunity for journalism experience, and advance
the Welfare of the students and the college through uncensored editorial
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Dagmar Kunz Percy Bray
Editor-in-chief Business Manager
Tom Linder Managing Editor
Dale Hershberger Circulation Manager
Ronald Reidl Photographer
Dr. Ruby V. Redinger Faculty Advisor
WRITING AND OPERATIONS
Mary Ann Zalar
Bob Anlal Charles Repp
Earl Bitfinger Betty SCl1WarlZ
Joe Barron Robert Kirchhoff
Topper is the quarterly publication of Penn College,' devoted to
creative writing of all students. Topper grew out of a small rnimeo-
graphed periodical, bearing the title, Perspective, which was published
for the students of Nash junior College in 1932.
The present magazine received its name through a contest conducted
among the students in February of 1938. During the contest proceedings,
the February issue was printed with a large question mark on the cover
in place of a title.
CCF I are!! '
Robert Schmotzer Steven Durica
Editor-in-chief Business Manager
Vance Chamberlin Faculty Advisor
Sal Anguilano Associate Editor
Irving Berger Senior Class Editor
Clyde Walter Class Editor
Clarence Schaffer Fraternity Editor
Florence Pospishil Sorority Editor
Richard Sheffler Art Editor
Victor Good Co-Advertising Manager
Harold Franklin Co-Advertising Manager
Nicholas Di Cello Activities Editor
You have in your hand the result of a year's effort on the part of
the Fanfare staff. This year we tried something new in the way of pro-
ducing our yearbook. Instead of reproducing our photographs by engrav-
ings, we used lithography.
Through this medium, we were able to use more interesting layouts
for no extra cost. We hope you are satisfied with the result.
We wish to thank the Cleveland Automobile Club and the Cleveland
Museum of Natural History for their generous cooperation by permitting
us to use their premises for photographic purposes.
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The Women's Council sets
the standards for the women
of the college and acts in an
advisory capacity to all Wom-
en groups. Its members are
elected by the classes and the
group is guided by the Dean
The Association is organ-
ized for the purpose of study-
ing and discussing current
marketing problems, to pro-
vide a local forum for discus-
sion and research and to offer
members the opportunity to
enjoy social contacts with
others in the field. It is a
student affiliation of the
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For those students who
have mutual interests along
photographic lines, the Cam-
era Club promotes activity in
photography, maintains ade-
quate equipment including a
dark room, and assists all
members in the use of photo-
Camera field trips, contests,
guest speakers and instruc-
tions stimulate member's in-
terest in their hobby. A
The Psychology Club, com-
posed of Day and Evening
students, was organized to
promote interest in psycholo-
gy among its members.
To obtain this end, month-
ly meetings are held which
include lectures by promi-
nent psychologists, field trips
are conducted, and Dr. Cri-
der hypnosis demonstration
is presented. The "Psycho-
gram," their monthly bulle-
tin, conveys news and infor-
mation to its members.
The purpose of the Wom-
en's Dorm Council is to co-
ordinate the activities of the
residents. The Council helps
in carrying out the house
rules, arranging a serving list
for the dinner hour, and car-
rying out other duties for
which dorm residents are
The Dorm holds several
social functions each year, a
Halloween Party, a Christ-
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was organized in 1940 as the
governing body of the Fenn
Tower Dormitory Associa-
tion. Membership consists of
all residents in the dorm.
This organization is also the
official representative medi-
an between residents and the
To develop better acting
and script writing among the
Fenn Students, the Radio Ac-
tors and Script Writers Socie-
ty was formed in November,
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ized to learn about dramatics
and to study the backstage
work necessary for the pro-
duction of a first class play.
This year they successfully
presented "The Late Christo-
pher Bean" and "Curse You,
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The Newman Club, a national organization of Catholic students
attending secular and non-catholic universities or colleges, has one of its
most active chapters on the Fenn Campus.
The club meets twice monthly at which time Rev. Joseph Skrocki,
the club's moderator, speaks on religious points of interest.
Several social affairs which include dances, parties, stunt night and
picnics are held each year.
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The Sociology Club was
organized to try to under-
stand the social problems in
and around Cleveland. This
is accomplished by discussion
and conducted tours of the
city. It has extended its pur-
pose to include the study of
the various customs, curiosi-
ties, institutions, and habits
of dilferent peoples.
The Home Economics
Club, organized in 1945 un-
der the guidance of Miss A.
Noetzel, club advisor, brings
together those students inter-
ested in home making. Activi-
ties during the past year in-
cluded being hostesses at sev-
eral teas in honor of faculty
and visitors of the college and
attendance at the Home Eco-
nomics Regional Conference.
The Radio Club was or-
ganized to further the inter-
ests of amateur radio and to
give the members technical
knowledge of the theory of
radio transmitters and re-
ceivers. The weekly meetings
include discussions on the
latest developments in the
field of radio.
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organized in the summer of
1948 to promote the study
and discussion of ,various
phases of mathematics. Mem-
bership is open to all students
who have completed two
quarters of Calculus and have
submitted a written paper to
the Membership Committee
of not less than 750 words
pertaining to some mathe-
It is the policy of the club
to put on three programs dur-
ing each quarter which are
open to all students.
The Women's Athletic As-
sociation is organized to en-
courage Fenn Co-eds to par-
ticipate in intramural sports,
recreational activities, and to
develop the physical, social
and mental nature of the
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Club is to promote apprecia-
tion of the varsity "FH, stimu-
late student interest in ath-
letics and extend Fenn's inter-
est abroad. Membership is
open to those students who
have been awarded the var-
sity for competition in
The Fenn Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers is one of the most recent professional societies to be added to
the college's activities. It has been granted a charter from the national
organization of the ASME following the accreditation of the School of
Engineering by the Engineers Council for Professional' Development.
Membership is open to engineering students from both the day and eve-
ning divisions. The regular meetings provide an opportunity for the
members to meet recognized leaders in the field of engineering, and the
occasional bulletin "Fengineer"i keeps the members informed of the latest
gossip within the department. ,
The constitution of the
Fenn Student Branch of the
ASME states its purpose as
"the advancement and dis-
semination of knowledge of
the theory and practice of me-
chanical engineering, the pre-
sentation of a proper perspec-
tive of engineering work, and
the opportunity to become
acquainted with the person-
nel and the activities of the
Society as well as to promote
a professional consciousness
Under the able guidance
of Mrs. Hisey, the Chorus has
become one of the most active
organizations on the campus.
The Chorus is called
upon to perform regularly
at the Convocations, Com-
mencements, and during the
holiday seasons. At Christi
mas time, the traditional the
Chorus sang carols in the
Tower lobby. They also spon-
sor the annual Play Nite.
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The Modern Language
Club is one of the new clubs
on the campus, founded dur-
ing the last school year.
i The purposes of this
club are: "the academic pro-
motion of the study and use
of the modern languages out-
side the classroom. The social
stimulation of interest in the
life, customs, institutions, cul-
ture, and better literature and
music of the various nations
by encouraging extracurricu-
lar social, cultural, and edu-
cational activities." 1 19
The Fenn Gun Club was
started in September, 1948 by
Daniel Rew and Sam Sharaba
under the guidance of Prof. C.
J. Kishel. The Club received its
charter from the National Rifle
Association in December.
The purpose of the organ-
ization is to promote good
sportsmanship, good fellow-
ship, and above all, to teach its
members safety in the use of
The Gun Club is designed
for all students of Fenn who are
interested in shooting, hunting,
or gunsmithing. At present, the
only activity held has been a
pistol match between some fac-
ulty members and club mem-
bers. Future shooting matches
between the Fenn Gun Club
and other college clubs are be-
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The Liberal Club was or-
ganized in January and com-
prises 2l active members. The
Club's purpose is to have in-
formal discussion on current
issues, and through reading and
exchange of ideas to form liber-
al opinions on answers to to-
day's problems of living.
The Club has already dis-
cussed such important issues
as the problem of China, the
situation in Israel, college edu-
cation in America, and the eco-
nomic situation as explained in
President Truman's speeches.
All of these topics were pre-
sented by students through care-
ful reports on pertinent books
or by utilizing term papers.
Those who have a liberal
point of view, recognize the
necessity of economic and social
progress, and plan to contribute
to the group as well as learn
from it, may join by attending
one of the meetings held in
The Personnel Management Association, which was formed early in
1949, is one of the most recent additions to the college's order of pro-
fessional societies, and already seems destined to be one of the most active
organizations on the campus. Membership to this organization is open
to any day division student majoring in Personnel Management who has
attained the rank of pre-junior or higher and has a cumulative average
of at least 2.0.
The purpose of this organization is to promote the informal study
and consideration of Personnel and Hunlan Relations in industry, and
to facilitate contacts between members of this organization with Person-
nel executives in the Greater Cleveland area. A
The group works in a close relationship with the Cleveland Per-
sonnel Association, whose officers serve as the Industrial Advisors.
is tried and oppUed on the cooperative Koh
Evening Student Council is the governing body of Evening Division
students. It is a representative group of thirty members from the schools
of Business Administration, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Technical
Institute. Council members are elected by popular vote in May of each
Evening Student Council provides the financial backing for the Nite
Shift, weekly publication for evening students.
Through its Social Committee, Council plans after-school dances
and social functions. The annual Christmas Ball is planned by Evening
Student Council in alternate years in cooperation with Day Council.
A program for the use of school athletic facilities by evening students
is maintained by Council's Athletic Committee.
Each year Council plans a Recognition Assembly at which time
awards are presented to student leaders and the Activities Trophy
awarded to an outstanding campus organization.
Monthly business meetings are held the first Saturday of each month.
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Vice President ..... .......... L ily Corrado
Secretary ......... ..... E loise Grant
Treasurer ....... Sidney Roberts
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Editor-in-Chief Business Manager
Thomas L. Maloney ............ Assistant Editor
Eloise Grant ............ ..,.. M anaging Editor
Sam Parina ...................... Make-up Editor
Ann Klucho ............,. Organizational Editor
Mary Ann Kovach .............. Feature Editor
The reporting staff of the paper includes representatives of all active
Evening Division organizations.
The Nite Shift is administered by an Advisory Board, which has
equal representation from the paper and from Evening Student Council
in addition to the faculty advisor, George B. Simon. The paper is financed
through an appropriation from Evening Student Council.
L. Zulewski, E. Kauffman, D. Hradek, l. Roth,
L. Corrado, E. Jonik, E. Neidhcurf, A. Gclneo, M. Wiegmon
Iota Tau Lambda
Jane Kunes .............................. President
Ann Klucho ...... .........,.. V ice President
Miriam Hahn ............ Recording Secretary
Mary Wiegmon ........ Corresponding Secy.
Iota Tau Lambda Sorority is a national night school sorority with
five chapters, one in Columbus, two in Dayton, and two in Cleveland.
Delta Chapter of Fenn was organized in 1938. The most recently organ-
ized chapter, Gamma, was granted its charter this last fall. It is the
alumnae group of Delta members.
Delta's members have been active in all school activities and the
Chapter was awarded the Activities Trophy given by the Evening Stu-
dent Council each year to the night school organization obtaining the
greatest number of activity points. This Trophy was won for three years
in a row, thus enabling the Chapter to keep it on a permanent basis.
Iota Tau Lambda Sorority and Lamba Iota Delta Fraternity sponsor
an annual all-school dance in April of each year, which is called the
Each year one of the chapters acts as hostess in planning the yearly
convention, which is held the third week-end in July. This, plus the news
magazine, Lambda? Lantern, published twice a year helps to keep the
members in touch with girls. in other chapters.
The purposes of Iota Tau Lambda are: self-improvement, fraternal-
ism, and render service to college and community.
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Lana Casini ........ .,... V ice President
Betty Snyder ..... , ........ Secretary
Nancy Houser ..... ............ T reasurer
Kappa Sigma Upsilon Sorority was the first Evening Division Soror-
ity at Fenn. It was organized in 1937 by seven girls who are at present
the Charter Members.
The aims of the Sorority are "To develop a unified college spirit
among the girls of the Evening Division, to study the needs of the girls
and to support and instigate such projects as will further their interests
culturally, socially, and physically, to cooperate with the other college
organizations in supporting any action which it deems beneficial to the
interests of the students of Penn College."
Everyone at Fenn is familiar with the Golddigger's Ball which is an
annual event sponsored by Kappa Sigma Upsilon. At this time, the girls
invite their dates to attend, pay for the tickets, fashion unusual corsages
for them to Wear, and in general, act as the men would at a normal
Another annual event is the Annual Banquet, a formal dinner dance
in June, and Founders' Day Banquet, a yearly dinner honoring the origi-
nal members in September.
On the lighter side, Kappa Sigma Upsilon plays a basketball game
each year with the rival sorority, Iota Tau Lambda, showers are held to
honor each bride to beg regular business meetings and monthly social
events round out the program of the year.
J. Bernhard, L, Urban, Miss P. Bloomquist,
I. Urban, R. Lucas, V. Casini
Standing: N. Rimboi
N. R. Rimboi, R. Jooss,
M. Demeter, I. Urban, A. MacLeafie
lpha Sigma Iota
Reinhold Jooss ............................ President
Margaret Demeter ..... ...... V ice President
Irene Urban ........... .......... T reasurer
Anne Mc1cLec1rle ..... .......... S ecrefary
Mary E. Wiegmcin ...... ....... P ledgemasfer
In 1955, the Alpha Sigma Iota Fraternity was founded. At that time,
it was open to men students only, who were pursuing a degree program.
Since that time, the constitution has been changed in order to make
The aim and purpose of this Fraternity is to recognize students who
have attained a high standard of efficiency in college activites, both scho-
lastically and extra-curricularlyg to create an organization which will
mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and inter-
collegiate interest, encourage student activities, and promote a Scholar-
Members of this Fraternity in their tiine have always been the leaders
and organizers of Fenn College Curricular Activities. This is factual, and
it is also interesting to note that the founders were also responsible for the
present Student Evening Council which represents all evening schools.
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Andrew P. Slivka ........................ President
Joseph Mufus ..... ...... V ice-President
Edwin Polsak ...... ...,............ T reasurer
Ludd Dunbovic.. ...... Record. Secretary
Stuart Crawford ....... ..... C orres. Secretary
John J. Moro, Jr. ........,......... Pledgemasrer
In 1933, a handful of enterprising students organized the Fenn Nite
Engineers Club, and thus laid the foundation for Fenn College's largest
fraternity, chartered in 1935 by the College as Lambda Iota Delta.
Founded for the purpose of promoting mutual improvement in
scholarship, providing social entertainment, and bringing about closer
relationship among the Evening engineering students. Many Student
Council presidents, Council executive officers and chairmen, and leaders
in almost every sphere of student activity at Fenn have come from the
ranks of its membership. The Fraternity was awarded the Activities
Award in 1942. Members of Lambda Iota Delta are chosen for their inter-
ests in extra-curricular activities and by reason of personalities and
academic standings. I
Annual activities of the Fraternity are of a varied nature. The fore-
most events are the Annual Founder's Day Banquet held in November,
celebrating the organization's anniversary, and the Annual Pledge Initia-
tion and Dinner-Dance welcoming all newly-accepted members into the
Fraternity. Throughout the year the social committee sponsors such
events as dances, stag-parties, family picnics, canoe trips, Weiner and corn
roasts, clam bakes, and card parties to round out an annual social calen-
dar. Lambda Iota Delta sponsors the Annual All-School Halloween Dance.
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Lambda Tau Sigma
William J. Bender ..... ........... P resident
Raymond White ...... ....... V ice-President
Roy T. Osferlclnd ..... ........... S ecrefory
Robert M. Davis ........................ Treasurer
The Lambda Tau Sigma Fraternity is an evening school social frater-
nity open to all students from the Business Administration, Arts and
Sciences, and Engineering Schools. Organized in 1926 it is the oldest
fraternity on the Fenn campus. The Fraternity motto is "First At Fennf'
The objectives of the Fraternity are: to develop the spirit of brother-
hoodg to promote the interests of its membersg to promote the desire for
knowledgeg and to stimulate and develop a greater religious and civic
sense of duty. The broad objectives have been the basic foundations of
the Fraternity throughout its development at Fenn College and have
served as its touchstone of success.
The Fraternity is prominent in a Wide field of activity. Business
meetings are held monthly and a social event for the members is planned
each month. In addition, the Fraternity sponsors the Sweater Hop, a
school wide informal dance, the "Freshman Reception" in conjunction
with an evening division sorority, and an annual dinner-dance for
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A national fraternity Whose members are chosen from the School of
Business Administration has Cleveland as a home for its Delta Chapter.
The purpose of the Fraternity is to promote good friendship among
the members and to encourage them to complete their college education.
This sincerity of purpose and association with members in fields of busi-
ness with whom ideas are exchanged maintains the Fraternity as an
organization with perpetual life. The Delta chapter is one of eight in
the national organization. Business meetings are held once a month
throughout the calendar year. A sports conclave and a national conven-
tion are held each year.
N. R. Rimboi
A. Myatt, A. Curl, A. Erlhardt, W. Nesbitt
Tau Iota Epsilon
Howard Rasmussen .................... President
Ted Moi ..................,........... Vice-President
Anton Curl ................ Recording Secretary
Bob Shortle ...,.... Corresponding Secretary
Bill Nesbitt ................................ Treasurer
Rudy Sedlacek ...... ...... P ledgemaster
Mr. N. R. Rimboi ........... ......... A dvisor
The Tau Iota Epsilon is a new Fraternity on the campus at Fenn
College. It Was conceived by Mr. A. Wyatt, a member of the Evening
Division Student Council for the students of the Technical Institute.
Charter members were admitted to the Fraternity in the spring semester
of the 1947-48 school year. The constitution was then drawn up and
approved thus a new organization came into being.
The first aim of the Tau Iota Epsilon is to attempt to bring about a
better school spirit among the students of the Technical Institute. The
second is to acquaint the students with the School's activities and facilities
which they may take part in and use.
The purpose of this organization is to promote mutual improvement
in scholarship and to provide social entertainment, also to bring about a
closer relationship among the Technical Instiuite students of Fenn College.
On July 22, 1940, Mr.
Robert Hawkins, chief pathfin-
der of the Cleveland Hiking
Club, Inc., conceived the idea
of a Fenn College Hiking Club.
With assistance from Mr. M. C.
Herrick, the club was given a
charter during the summer of
1942 and the constitution was
During the first five years
of the Club's existence all active
and inactive members were stu-
dents attending the Evening Di-
vision of the College. Some Day
Division students were present
at the outings but as guests
rather than as members. Mem-
bership is now open to all inter-
ested persons of both Day and
The club calendar includes
two business meetings each year
and a monthly social gathering.
A Breakfast Hike in April and
an Overnight Hike in May or
June are now annual affairs.
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interested in sociology, there is
the Nite Sociology Club. Its
activities are limited to a study
of social problems in Cleveland
and its vicinity. They have
speakers at their meetings to
help them to interpret various
social problems. The member-
ship is open to everyone, and
especially to those students ma-
joring in sociology. Professor
Jordon is the adviser.
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Paced by Captain Bob Bus-
bey and Al Harmon, Raymond
Ray's varsity swimmers sub-
merged eleven of fifteen op-
ponents to complete another
highly successful system. The
Foxes' gained second place in the Ohio College Relays and settled for fifth
in the Central Collegiate Conference meet.
Busbey continued breaking records and gaining national acclaim by
tying one and breaking eleven pool records.
Veteran lettermen are Busbey, Harmon, Lanzendorfer, Fletcher,
Mack, and Violand, Crosby, Simashkevich, and Quetsch.
The tankers were successful in overpowering such strong opponents
as Niagara University, Buffalo College, and Kenyon College while they
unashamedly suifered losses at the hands of Indiana University, Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, Bowling Green, and the University of Detroit.
With strong freshmen material coming up to fill the gaps left by the
departing regulars, Coach Ray has high hopes for continued success for
Kent State 28 Fenn
Indiana 52 N
DePauw 31 "
Slippery Rock 37 '
Univ. of Detroit 41 "
Baldwin Wallace 23 '
Carnegie Tech 36 '
Univ. of Pittsburgh 49 '
Grove City 29 '
Bowling Green 46 "
Wooster 28 '
Edinboro 29 '
Kenyon 34 '
Buffalo State 37 '
Niagara University 36 "
Ohio Conference Second Place
Central Collegiate Fifth Place
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golfers putted through thir-
teen matches, winning eight
and dropping five, for a much
improved record over that of
Four regulars, to receive letters, Tom Williams, Joe Rung, Joe
Parker, and john Birtalan were mainly responsible for the Foxes' play on
the greens. The winning matches were at the expense of Hiram, Akron,
Western Reserve, Baldwin Wallace, and the Alumni while suffering
defeat by Wooster, Youngstown, and Mount Union.
Captain Alma Sutter led her Scarlet and Gray-clad cheerleaders
through the past basketball season adding much color and instilling the
spirit of the crowds in support of the athletic contests.
Pictured here are Dolo-
res Mische, Marcella Zeedich,
Otto Vajgl, June Richman,
and Alma Sutter. Members of
the team not included in the
picture are Ed Asher, Joe Toi-
fel, and La Verne Stohlman.
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schedule, the Fenn Netters
were able to subdue only one
opponent in the ten matches
during the 1947-48 season.
Coach Foster Miller has built
his hopes on the coming season with returning veterans Alex Mazur,
Robert Rooke, john Russell, and Eugene Satmary.
To support the seasoned regulars are, Bill Kroot, Herb Waldorf,
Dick Palenschat, Gerald Pokrant, Gil Pryne, and Ed Satmary.
Coach George McKinnon piloted the Fenn Baseball team through
the past season with 'tive wins and six losses, although four of the losses
were by a one-run margin.
Captain Lynn Van Sycle, veteran first baseman for the Foxes, playing
his last year of ball, set the pace for the club and was ably assisted by
teammates Joe Schleimer, Ralph Boehm, John Rock, john Senkyr, Clyde
Voll, Bill Gole, Louis Sombat,
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The 1947-48 track season opened with a
defeat at the hands of Western Reserve but the
close of the running season found Hiram at the
short end of a 69-58 dual meet.
Coach Raymond Ray's thinly-clads managed
one first, and one second, out of seven scheduled
meets. Dashman, and captain of the team Robert
Fox, performed notably and headed returning
lettermen George Glawe, Robert Shumacker, Ed
Asher, Harold Carroll, Henry Dunkle, and Ray
Other squad members were David King,
Vince Pohola, Zenn Zennon, Robert Banks,
Ralph Posch, joseph Toifel, Walter Wheeton,
Paul Brugmann, George DeBolt, Ed Manley,
john Misencik, Joe Serieno, Walter Shafer,
Roger Terry, and Gerald Pokrant.
Western Reserve 80V2 Fenn 42 V1
Kenyon 67 V2 " 48M Ashland 45'h
Mount Union 84 " 43
Akron .Univ. 'lOl " 26
Wooster 73 V1 " I5 Muskingum 70W
Kent Sfafe 9B'h " 2815
Hiram 58 " 69
In the first year of intercollegiate competi-
tion in varsity status, Coach Madie Dodd's stal-
wart fencers tasted bitter defeat in their six
Not to be discouraged though, the squad
made an excellent showing in competition and
are eagerly awaiting the coming season with
experience, and fight in their favor.
Members of the 1948-49 squad included
sabremen: Stan Kiczek, Charles Simonian, Bob
Busbey, and Wally Chmielewskig epeemen, John
Refe, john Ford, and Ira Woodwardg foilmen,
Bob Stevens, Bill Seminick, Matuch, Murn, and
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Oberlin 17 ' 10
Lawrence Tech 22 M ' 4 'A
Oberlin I4 " 13
Buffalo I8 9
Handicapped by unexpected losses, Coach George McKinnon's
varsity basketball squad came through a rough season on the "hardwood"
- winning four out of nineteen contests.
The services of lanky Ray Conkle and Paul Schenck were missed
in spite of the sparkling performances tm-ned in by Captain Dan Avis,
Dave jacklitch, Jack Shaughnessey, Don jones, Lynn Van Sycle, and
In the opening game of the season, the Foxes completely subdued a
strong Alumni, 47 to 23. In the next game, a strong Carroll quintet set
the Scarlet and Gray down 87 to 47 to appease the 1947 upset.
Bouncing right back, the Fenn Hoopsters sought revenge by trim-
ming Kent State University of Canton, 64 to 43 but were only successful
in taking over Detroit Tech and Hiram out of the next sixteen games.
With the return of most of the lettermen next year, Coach McKinnon
is looking forward to an improved season.
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The Fenn freshmen, as-
piring to varsity ranks, were
successful in winning one of
the eight games played last
season- at the expense of
Coach john Brickley's squad showed much promise in spirit, ability, and
iight, but they lacked the necessary height to control the backboards.
Members of the team are Heil, Price, Minnich, Erickson, Saccany,
Megas, Kamman, Craig, Mocny, Zenis, Sarko, Gavanditti, Gurnik,
Corcelli, and' Peskind.
Potential varsity men for Coach Raymond Ray's swimming squad,
competing on the Junior Varsity team this year, had no trouble winning
the five intercollegiate meets in which they were entered. The victories
over Bowling Green, Kent State Ctwiceb, Detroit Tech, and Kenyon is
assurance that Coach Ray will continue placing strong squads in compe-
tition in the coming seasons.
The team consisted of
Mucha, Amadano, Foley,
Springman, Hartlaub, Diaz,
Bertics, and Cumler.
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Bakowski, Joseph F., B.B.A.
Adams, Carlyle K., B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau, Cribber, Student Council,
Treasurer, Fenn Players, Alpha Psi Omega,
Fenn Chorus, President, Wing 8. Torch,
President, Alpha Phi Omega.
Albanesse, Delores L., B.A.
W.A.A., Vice-Pres., Cauldron, Gamma Nu
Sigma, President, Newman Club, Sociology
Club, Topper, Bus. Mgr., Student Council:
lntersorority Council, President, Fenn
Players, lntramural Sports.
Albert, William S., B.M.E.
S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Camera Club, lntramural
Altmos, Donald A., B.E.E.
Iota Eta, Professor, Chancellor, F.S.E.E.
Anderson, Elmer, B.M.E.
Anderson, Richard F., B.E.E.
S.A.E., F.S.E.E., Recording Sec'y,
Ankuda, Frank J., B.B.A.
Beta Bela Alpha, Corres. Sec'y.,
Antal, Joseph R., B.A.
Topper, Society for Advancement of
Pinochle, Sociology Club.
Antal, Robert J., B.A.
Topper, Art Editor, Cauldron, Stagecraft,
Fenn Players, Public Speakers Club.
Ashmus, Mable H., B.A.
Fenn Players, Fenn Chorus, Student Council,
W.A.A., Gamma Nu Sorority, Topper, Cauldron,
Wing 8. Torch, Theta Rho, Dorm Council,
Aubrecht, James V. Jr., B.B.A.
Bela Beta Alpha
Auer, Robert J., B.B.A.
Babyak, Paul R., B.M.E.
Bachman, Carl J., B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha, Clerk, Fenn Players,
President, Fenn Mixed Chorus, President,
Student Council, Fenn Marketing Assoc.,
Alpha Psi Omega, Wing 8. Torch.
Badke, Frank C., Jr., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Fenn Gun Club, Vice-Pres.
Bakota, Mathew P., B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Sigma, Newman Club.
Barbat, Steve, B.B.A.
Student Council, Vice-Pres., Kappa
Delta Phi, Cauldron, Psychology Club,
Sociology Club, Outdoor Club.
Personnel Mgt. Assoc., Vice-Pres.
Barch, Robert C., B.B.A.
Barrett, Martin P., B.S.l.E.
Bauer, Joseph, P., B.B.A.
Bayer, Jacob, B.M.E.
S.A.E., Intramural Sports, Gun Club, A.S M E.
Beachler, Grenfall J., B.M.E.
lota Eta, lnterfraternity Council,
lntramural Sports, S.A.E.
Beck, Harold V., B.M.E.
Dorm Council, S.A.E., Iota Eta.
Beck, Otto, B.M.E., B.E.E.
S.A.E., A.S.M.E., A.l.E.E., Vice Ch
Engineers Council, Chairman.
Bender, William J., B.B.A.
lambda Tau Sigma, President, Treasurer
Student Council, Vice-Pres., Outdoor Club
Beniamin, Roger, B.M.E.
Benko, Ernest J., B.S.
Berger, Irving R., B.B.A.
Fanfare, Cauldron, Tau Kappa Phi.
Bergold, George F., B.E.E.
Pi Sigma Alpha, Fenn Players, F.S.A.E.
Bernhardt, Carl R., B.S.E.
Besch, Raymond J., B.B.A.
Bey, Robert T., B.B.A.
Biggs, George T., B.S.E.
Biondolillo, James, B.E.E.
Pi Sigma Tau, Intramural Sports.
Black, Robert, B. Met. E.
Blasko, Ernest L., B.M.E.
Bock, Richard M., B.A.
Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Fenn
Chessmen, Fencing Club.
Boehm, Ralph, B.B.A.
Bonner, William, B.B.A.
Pinochle Club, President, Outdoo
Borrelli, Anthony D., B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, lntramural Sports.
Botirius, Joseph A., B.S.M.E.
Bowers, Robert F., B.S.
Boyer, Richard K., B.B.A.
Brauer, E. Henry, B.S.M.E.
Braunlich, Warren H., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Fenn Players, Gamma Delta.
Brennan, Francis J., B.B.A.
Bride, John, B.B.A.
Brincka, John J., B.E.E.
Brinza, Joseph E., B.S.M.E.
Browder, Orison F., Jr., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Varsity Swimming, Intramural Sports.
Brugman, Paul T., B.E.E.
Buhrow, Robert P., B.M.E.
Burke, Leroy R., B.M.E.
Butterfield, John P., B.M.E.
Capretto, Edward J., B.S.
Lambda Tau Delta, Intramural Sports.
Carbone, Domenic G., B.S.E.
Carlson, Reuben C., B.E.S.
S.A.E., Fenn Physics Club, Fenn Math Club,
Vice-President, Phi Epsilon Nu, President.
Casini, John L., B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, Wing 8. Torch, Varsity
Baseball, Cauldron, Fanfare, F Club, Mixed
Chorus, Mens Choir, Intramural Sports.
Cassidy, Charles R., B.M.E.
Castle, Robert J., B.M.E.
Cerbin, William G., B.M.E.
Chambers, Robert G., B.B.A.
Chamot, Joseph A., B.C H.E.
Cherrie, James M., B.M.E.
Cheslock, Hallie A., B.S.
Childs, Robert C., B.B.A.
Psychology Club, Fenn Marketing Assoc.,
Cauldron, Intramural Sports.
Cole, Frank T., B.CH.E.
F.S.C.E., President, Intramural Sports, Cauldron,
Newman Club, Bridge Club, F.S.C. 81 M.
Cooney, Thomas M., B.B.A.
Boosters Club, Mixed Chorus, Lambda Tau Delta.
Corio, James P., B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau
Corrado, Lily A., B.B.A.
Iota Tau Lambda, Vice-Pres. 81 Sec'y.,
Evening Student Council, Vice-Pres. 8. Sec'y.,
Newman Club, President.
Coultas, George E., B.S.E.
Cox, Nelson H., B.M.E.
Crahen, James J., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., l.R.E., Intramural Sports.
Cunningham, Robert H., B.E.E.
Cutri, Donald R., B.A.
Dauterman, Harold F., B.B.A.
Davidson, James T., B.M.E.
Delfs, Edward G., B.S.E.
Deragon, Harry J., B.B.A.
DeRoia, Lucille M., B.S.
Women's Council, Newman Club, Topper
Boosters Club, Gamma Nu Sigma, lntersororlty
DiCelIo, Nicholas V., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Sec'y., Treasurer,
Fanfare, Business Mgr.
Dieterich, Melvin L., B.CH.E.
A.I.C.E., F.S.C. 8. M.
Dodge, Kenneth R., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Fenn Amateur Radio Club,
Dork, Paul H., B.B.A.
Drsek, Frank J., B.B.A.
Dubecki, Betty Jane, B.S.
Omega Upsilon, Corres. Sec'y, Treasurer
W.A.A., President, Sociology Club, President
Sec'y, Theta Rho, Women's Council, Intramural
Duer, Roy E., B.B.A.
Dunn, William E., B.B.A.
Durica, Steven M., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Fanfare, Bus. Mgr.,
Durst, Bernadette Fraser, B.B.A
Iota Tau Lambda, President, Evening
Student Council, Vice-President, Alpha Sigma
Iota, Vice-President, Sec'y., Psychology Club
Treasurer, Cauldron, Night School Co Editor
Dysert, Harry C., B.S.
Kappa Delta Phi, lnterfraternity
Council, Varsity Sports.
Dziedsiak, Edward J., B.M.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, S.A.E., Inntramural Sports
Eble, Carl J., B.B.A.
Fenn Marketing Assoc.
Eckhouse, Melvin L., B.M.E.
Tau Kappa Phi, S.A.E., Phi Epsilon
Nu, Intramural Sports.
Edwards, David E., B.E.E.
Egan, Richard J., B.E.E.
Varsity Sports, F.S.E.E., Fenn Radio
Ellington, Richard A., B.S.CH.
Elperin, William J., B.E.E.
Engle, Charles D., B.B.A.
Cauldron, Personnel Management Assoc.
Erlanger, Ralph H., B.M.E.
Tau Kappa Phi, Sec'y., F.S.E., A.S.M.E.
Eyerdam, Russell K., B.B.A.
Kappa Delta Phi, Topper, Interfraternity
Council, Camera Club, Intramural Sports,
Personnel Management Assoc., President.
Farr, Homer D., B.M.E.
Fatica, Michael, B.B.A.
Fehrenbach, William E., B.B.A.
Ferris, Paul D., B.A.
Flagg, Willard A., Jr., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Radio Club.
Franklin, Harold, B.B.H.
Fanfare, Topper, Tau Kappa Phi.
Fruchter, Murray S., B.B.A.
Fush, John P.
Gage, Walter, B.MET.E.
F.S.C. 8. M., Intramural Sports.
Galbraith, Hugh J., B.E.E.
Gallik, Charles E., B.S.
Kappa Delta Phi, Sociology Club.
Gang, Richard F., B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau.
Gargiulo, Donald J., B.B.A.
Garibotti, Domenick J., B.MET.E.
Gatz, Nick, B.A.
Gembala, Bernard, B.M.E.
Gershenson, Samuel L., B.S.
Intramural Sports, Dorm Council, Tau Kappa
Phi, Treasurer, lnterfraternity Council.
Gerwin, Leland R., B.S.E.
Gillam, Max Lee, B.A.
Gilpin, Winston P., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Cauldron, Fanfare,
Intramural Sports, Choir, Senior
Class Publicity Committee.
Gindle, Raymond J., B.S.E.
Good, Victor B., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, President, Fanfare,
Intramural Sports, lnterfraternity Council.
Graves, Gordon H., B.S.E.
Student Council, Topper, F.S.S.E.
Graziani, Norman P., B.B.A.
Griesbach, Albert R., B.M.E.
F.S.A.E., F.A.S.M.E., Varsity Track, F Club.
Griffin, Robert F., B.E.S.
Phi Epsilon Nu, Sec'y-Treas., Fenn
Math Club, Treas., F.S.A.E.
Grinkevich, Alex, B.M.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, S.A.E., Fenn Math
Club, Corres. Sec'y, Cauldron.
Grospitch, Richard A., B.B.A.
Grosso, Domenic J., B.B.A.
Cauldron, Fenn Marketing Assoc., Sec'y.
Greetham, Donald F., B.M.E.
Gurney, Martin, B.E.E.
Tau Kappa Phi, President, F.S.E.E.,
Hable, Edward G., B.S.E.
F.S.S.E., lambda Tau Delta, F.S.A.E.
Hadde, Leonard H., B.E.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, Treasurer, F.S.E.E.,
Corres. Sec'y, Intramural Sports.
Hamers, Robert S., B.B.A.
Kappa Delta Phi.
Hampton, Fred C., B.M.E.
Hancock, George W., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Amateur Radio Club, Vice-President
Hartley, William B., B.B.A.
Hayman, James E., B.C.H.E.
Hebron, Dale G., B.E.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, Camera Club,
Newman Club, F.S.E.E., Outdoor Club.
Hegedus, Walter J., B.M.E.
Henning, Heinz G., B.S.M.E.
Hessler, Ruth F., B.S. in H.E.
Hill, William R., B.M.E.
Hird, Edward W., B.M.E.
Holberger, Raymond R., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Intramural Sports.
Horeis, Edward R., B.M.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, S.A.E.
Horvath, Anthony A., B.CH.E.
S.C. 8. M., S.C.E., lntramural Sports.
House, Harry L., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Fanfare,
Hudak, Nicholas, B.E.S.
Hutter, Russell G., B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Cauldron, Student Council,
Phi Epsilon Nu, Math Club, Alpha Phi Omega.
Imm, Edward W., B.B.A.
lnsana, Dominick, P., Jr., B.S.E.
Jackson, Averill R., B.A.
Jaffa, Bernard J., B.M.E.
Janko, Emil C., B.B.A.
James, Edward D., B.B.A.
Jasper, George R., B.E.E.
Jeske, Elmer A., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Vice-President.
Johnson, Richard E., B.B.A.
Johnson, Southey M., B.B.A.
Johnsten, Hugh L., B.M.E.
Varsity Swimming, F Club, S.A.E.,
Jones, Lewis J., B.MET.E.
F.S.C. 81 M.
Joyce, William A., B.B.A.
Kalus, Louis T., B.A.
Sociology Club, Psychology Club.
Kantner, Robert H., B.E.E.
Kaschyk, Howard J., B.M.E.
Kastelic, Frank, B.M.E.
Kauffman, Eleanor V., B.B.A.
Iota Tau Lambda, Sociology Club,
Ketchel, Edwin J., B.B.A.
Cauldron, Bus., Mgr., Boosters Club,
President, Wing 8. Torch, President,
Beta Beta Alpha, Treasurer, Student Council,
Newman Club, Treasurer, Intramural Sports.
Kilbane, Francis J., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Intramural Sports.
King, Fenton D., B.B.A.
King, Lewis O., B.S.M.E.
Lambda Tau Sigma.
Kirsch, Clyde E., B.CH.E.
Klein, George M., B.B.A.
Knaack, Raymond L., B.B.A.
Kneebone, Robert H., B.A.
Kolczynski, Daniel, B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, Personnel Mgt. Assoc.,
Senior Class, Vice President, Intramural Sports
Kreiner, Frank, B.S.E.
S.A.E., F.S.E.E., Cauldron.
Kreps, Thomas J., B.M.E.
lambda Tau Delta, Newman Club,
Intramural Sports, A.S.M.E.
Krysiak, Walter S., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Lambda Tau Sigma.
Kubiczek, Henry F., B.M.E.
Kughn, Robert M., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Intramural Sports.
Kulka, Peter, B.M.E.
S.A.E., Math Club, Phi Epsilon Nu,
Rifle Club, Alpha Phi Omega.
Kundmiller, George A., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Intramural Sports.
Lally, Martin C., B.A.
Varsity Basketball, Topper.
Landoll, Leo E., B.E.E.
Langer, Warren D., B.B.A.
Langowski, Leonard R., B.B.A
Boosters Club, Newman Club, Beta Beta
Alpha, Student Council President,
Cauldron, Wing 8. Torch Intramurals.
Lantz, Charles J., B.M.E.
Intramural Football, Fencing Club, Dorm
Lanzendorfer, John C., B.A.
Sociology Club, Fencing Club, "F" Club,
Varsity Swimming Team.
Laughlin, John R., B.M.E.
Iota Eta, Intramural Sports, S.A.E.
Laurence, Milton J., B.B.A.
Lazarou, George, B.A.
Psychology Club, Cauldron.
Leach, Jace, B.B.A.
Chorus, Fenn Players, Newman Club,
Pi Sigma Tau, Topper, Booster Club,
Wing 8. Torch, Intramural Sports.
Leaders, Richard F., B.B.A.
Lefkovitz, Sidney, B.E.E.
Tau Kappa Phi, F.S.E.E., Intramural Sports.
Lepkowski, Stanley J., B.CH.E.
Lesko, Joseph H., B.CH.E.
Levitt, Paul, B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Tau Kappa Phi, Secretary,
Cauldron, Chess Club, Fenn Radio Actors
8- Scriptwriter Society.
Lewis, Earl H., B.B.A.
Booster Club, Intramural Sports, Dorm
Council, Cauldron, President of Senior
Class, Junior Varsity Sports.
Lewis, John. A., B.B.A.
Liccardi, Guy D., B.B.A.
Likover, Sanford W., B.B.A.
Lipstreuer, Kenneth G., B.E.E.
Intramural Sports, F.S.E.E.
Liszkay, Charles G., B.S.E.
Little, Charles M., B.CH.E.
Student Council, Dorm Council,
Cauldron, Intramural Sports, Fenn
Society of Chem. Engineers.
Loew, Walter H., B.M.E.
Lonsdale, Charles J., B.B.A
Lorence, Elmer L., B.E.E.
Lowe, John R., B.M.E.
Intramural Sports, S.A.E., Fenn Gun
Lucak, Peter, B.M.E.
S.A.E., Iota Eta, Intramural Sports, Chess Club.
Lucas, Betty M., B.A.
Omega Upsilon, Vice-President, Newman
Club, Sociology Club, Vice-President,
Boosters Club, Women's Athletic
Association, Intramural Sports.
Luce, Wallace S., B.B.A.
Mack, Richard J., B.M.E.
Varsity Swimming Team, Pi Sigma Tau,
Cauldron, Student Council, "F" Club,
Mackey, Niles J., B.CH.E.
Society of Chems and Mets, Fenn Chapter
of American Institute of Chem. Engrs.
Manley, Edward B., B.E.E.
Mann, Cornell, B.B.A.
Mantifel, Lester J., B.A.
Markell, William A., B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha, Intramural Sports.
Markun, Frank, B.E.E.
Mauer, Richard H., B.E.E.
Math Club, F.S.E.E., Pi Sigma Tau,
Mayher, Rose Marie, B.Sci.H.E.
Omega Upsilon, President, Women's
Council, President, Home Economics
Club, President, Intersorority Council,
Mazarakis, Arthur G., B.M.E.
lntertraternity Council, Dorm Council,
Topper, S.A.E., Pi Sigma Tau Alpha.
McAllister, Richard C., B.B.A.
McGar, Esther L., B.S.
McGinnis, Susie, B.A.
Sociology Club, leader's Club,
Metzger, Arthur R., B.S.E.
F.S.S.E., Varsity Track,
Meyer, Harold C., B.B.A.
Mickey, Lawrence, B.S.E.
Lambda Tau Delta, F.S.S.E.,
Miller, William R., B.M.E.
Fenn Gun Club
Milne, Harland M., B.B.A.
Misel, Oliver L., B.M.E.
Moliski, Frank W., Jr., B.B.A.
Intramural Sports, Student Council,
Asst. Treas, Dorm Council, Newman
Montross, Wilford C., B.CH.E.
Morris, Robert A., Jr., B.M.E.
Moser, Jacob C., B.E.E.
Mozolits, Steve, B.A.A.
Lambda Tau Della, Vice-Pres., Cauldron
Murphey, Edward L., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha
Nau, Walter, B.E.E.
Pres. of F.S.E.E., Vice-Pres. of Phi
Epsilon Nu, S.A.E.
Nayman, Alvin A., B.B.A.
Fanfare, Beta Beta Alpha, Corres. Sec'y.
Neiderlander, Roy L., B.B.A.
Neidermeyer, Eugene, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha
Nelson, Ralph A., B.B.A.
Kappa Delta Phi, Intramural Sports.
Neunclorfer, William, B.M.E.
Newberry, William F., B.B.A.
Nordquest, Richard E., B.B.A.
Novak, Chester M., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Intramural Sports.
Ordakowski, Roy L., B.B.A.
Orszak, John P., B.B.A.
Orvis, Elmer P., B.E.E.
Pres. of Amateur Radio Club, Treas. ot F.S.E.E.
Osborn, Alvah O., B.M.E.
Ostberg, John D., B.E.E.
Ostrom, Carl E., B.A.
Partridge, John M., B.B.A.
Sec'y of Beta Beta Alpha, Cauldron, Fantaro.
Pastor, Andrew S., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Math Club, Camera Club, A.S.M.E.,
Patrick, Theodore, B.B.A.
Pavlik, Edward S., B.E.E.
S.A.E., Math Club, F.S.E.E.
Peplowski, Carl W., B.B.A.
Petty, Glenn M., B.B.A.
Pres. of lambda Tau Delta, lnterfraternity
Council, Cauldron, Intramural Spo
Pierotti, Charles T., B.M.E.
Pierson, William F., B.B.A.
Pignatiello, Albert, B.B.A.
lambda Tau Delta, Intramural Sports,
Senior Class Financial Committee.
Pintenich, Beniamin, B.M.E.
Iota Eta, S.A.E., Intramural Sports, Ritle Club.
Pollack, Frank G., B.Eng.Sci.
Intramural Sports, Varsity Baseball,
Newman Club, S.A.E.
Popil, Nicholas, B.S.
Porcello, James F., B.E.E.
Power, David, B.B.A.
Prasse, Roy E., B.B.A.
Prosek, Frank J., B.B.A.
Intramural Sports, Varsity Baseball, "F" Club.
Pulford, Ernest A., Jr., B.E.E.
Treas. of F.S.E.E., Counsellor of Iota Eta,
Phi Epsilon Nu, Camera Club Sec'y, Radio Club.
Rabinovitz, Herschel, B.B.A.
Randall, Fred W., B.B.A.
Ray, Frederick H., B.S.E.
Pres. of F.S.S.E., Master of Iota Eta,
Cauldron, Phi Epsilon Nu.
Reed, Stanley A., B.A.
Reinker, Ralph W., B.Eng.Sci.
Kappa Delta Phi, Intramural Sport
Rew, Daniel M., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Fenn Gun Club
Rhodes, Utus J., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Radio Club
Richardson, Clyde W., B.S.
Richmond, Gordon R., B.S.E.
Riddle, Milton J., B.M.E.
Roberts, Kenneth D., B.M.E.
Rock, John, B.M.E.
Varsity Baseball, "F" Club, Jr. S.A.E.,
Intramural Sports, A.S.M.E.
Roller, Robert C., B.M.E.
Rosenberg, Louis J., B.A.
Vice-Pres. 8. Social Committee ot
Tau Kappa Phi, Pinochle Club, Radio
8. Actors Script Writers Club, Intramural
Sports, Esperanto Club.
Rossofl, Robert, B.B.A.
Treas. 81 Organizer of Tau Kappa Phi,
Topper, Cauldron, Men's Dorm, Intramural
Sports, U. S. Navy, lnterfraternity Council.
Roth, Laddie J., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, International Relations Club
Roth, Stephen, B.B.A.
Rubenstein, Carl R., B.E.E.
Tau Kappa Phi, F.S.E.E., Intramural Sports.
Rucinski, Robert J., B.B.A.
Ruder, Doris E., B.S.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Mixed Chorus, Women's
Athletic Ass'n., Y.W.C.A., Intramural Sports.
Rung, Joseph S., B.M.E.
"F" Club, S.A.E., Varsity Golf,
Intramural Sports A.S.M.E.
Rupel, Charles E., Jr., B.B.A.
Rusak, Edward F., B.B.A.
Russell, John G., B.M.E.
Varsity Tennis, "F" Club, S.A.E., Phi Epsilon
Nu., Intramural Tennis Champ 1942.
Russu, Sylvia E., B.A.
Psychology Club, Newman Club.
Ryerson, Herbert R., B.E.E.
Pres. of F.S.E.E., Pres. of Math Club,
Phi Epsilon Nu.
Sadler, Edward I., B.M.E.
Vice-Pres. of Nite Student Council in '45
and Pres. in 1946. Pres. 81 Vice-Pres. of
Alpha Sigma Iota, Pres. of Lambda Iota
Delta, Nite Cauldron, Camera Club.
Salamon, Edward J., B.S.
Salamon, Richard A., B.B.A.
Satava, Clark R., B.E.E.
Math Club, F.S.E.E., Sec'y Fenn Radio Club.
Satloa, Edward L., B.B.A.
Pres. of Fenn Marketing Assn, Fanfare.
Schad, Harry D., B.S.E.
Schaefer, James C., B.CH.E.
Vice-Chairman Fenn Soc. of Chems 8. Mets.,
Fenn Chapter of Amer. Institute of Chem.
Schmotzer, Robert V., B.B.A.
Editor of '49 Fanfare, Make-up Editor
of '48 Fanfare.
Schneider, Anthony J., B.Sci.E.
Schuller, Fred T., B.M.E.
Schwartz, Robert F., B.M.E.
Seaholm, Reidar H., B.B.A.
Searle, Robert E., B.M.E.
Fenn Society of Automotive Engineers.
Sedensky, Julius S., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., S.A.E., Bridge Club.
See, Harry C., B.B.A.
Senkyr, John P., B.B.A.
Varsity Baseball, "F" Club, Kappa Delta
Phi, Intramural Sports.
Serieko, George E., B.A.
Sharaba, Sam, B.M.E.
Fenn Gun Club Treas., S.A.E.
Sherod, Robert F., B.B.A.
Pres. of Lambda Tau Delta, Intramural Sports.
Shimp, Harold R., B.B.A.
Shinmofo, Mary, B.S.
Silver, Margaret V., B.B.A.
Pres., Vice-Pres. of Fenn Players, Vice-Pres.
Fenn Chorus, Women's Council, Student Council,
Dorm Council, Y.W.C.A., Sec'y of Alpha Psi
Omega Boosters Club, Cauldron, Radio Show,
Intramural Sports, Wing 8. Torch.
Simiele, John M., B.M.E.
Iota Eta, Fenn Dance Band, S.A.E., A.S.M.E.
Simon, Earl H., B.M.E.
S.A.E., Fenn Gun Club, A.S.M.E.
Simons, Norman S., B.B.A.
Simpson, James H., B.M.E.
Intramural Sports, S.A.E.
Sims, John J., B.S.E.
F.S.E.E., Iota Eta, Interfraternity Council, "F"
Club, Varsity swimming, Intramural Sports.
Slivka, Andrew P., B.Sci.I.E.
Pres. Nite Student Council, Pres. Lambda Iota
Delta, Alpha Sigma Iota, A.S.M.E., S.A.E.,
Intramural Sports, Outdoor Club, Acting Senior
Evening Class Pres., Social Chairman Council,
smith, Floyd, B.M.E.
Iota Eta, S.A.E.
Smith, Genevieve, B.S. in H.E.
Dorm Council, Chairman 8. President, Home
Economics Club, Intramural Sports.
Smith, James H. Jr., B.M.E.
Fenn Bridge Club, Sec'y of S.A.E., A.S.M.E.
Snyder, Robert E., B.E.E.
F.S.E.E., Math Club, Radio Club,
Sobek, Andrew R., B.E.E.
Lambda Tau Sigma, Varsity Hockey.
Sommer, Richard A., B.E.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, F.S.E.E., I.R.E., Math Club,
Spence, George W., B.S.
Stanard, Warren K., B.B.A.
Stankiewicz, Henry B., B.M.E.
Stansky, Norman, B.B.A.
Stapleton, Douglas, B.CH.E.
Stassfurth, William, B.B.A.
Strachan, Warren K., B.B.A.
Strassmeyer, Arthur H., B.E.E.
Stokoe, Jack B., B.B.A.
Fanfare, Fenn Marketing Ass'n.
Stoupa, Edward L., B.S.
Psychology Club, S.A.P., Outdoor Club,
Sullivan, Terrance G., B.B.A.
Sulser, Lawrence A., B.S.E.
Summersgill, Rene W., B.B.A.
Surman, Raymond J., B.B.A.
Szastak, Casimir M., B.M.E.
Tashima, Kimiko, B.B.A.
Omega Upsilon, Intramural Sports. Fenn
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