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ith admiration and respect, we dedicate
this issue of Fanfare to G. Brooks Earnest.
Coming to Eenn in 1951 as head of the school of Engineer'
ing, President Earnest has served the college well by furtherf
ing the plans of the late Dr. C. V. Thomas. Since his
appointment as acting president and now as president, he
has proven himself an extremely capable administrator.
Une who is guiding the college through one of its toughest
crises, and is willing to inaugurate progressive action in all
forms in an effort to increase Eenn's position both internally
Congratulations to one who has furnished such insight and
leadership to the entire college-may we salute you, Brooks,
and hope for your continued success.
The 1953 Fanfare Staff
l resident Earnest at the Annual Commencement 1952 nt which Elmer L. Lindscth Qleftj 'md Elwood H
ilmnm Reunion Dinner. Fisher Qriglxtj received honorary Doctorate degrees the first ln the
history of Penn College.
G. BROOKS EARNEST
Charles Smillwell, chairnlan of the board, congraln
lates Earnest as he becomes Acting President.
THE FIRST and second floors
provide space for college and admin'
istrative offices, the "0akroom," the
women's lounge, classrooms, and the
bookstore. On the third floor the
library and Panel Hall-the student
lounge and ballroom-share honors.
Physical education and health facilif
ties, located on the fifth, sixth, and
seventh floors, include swimming
pool, gymnasium, men's and women's
locker rooms, handball court, and
Student Health Service. The Ellwood
H. Fisher Swimming Pool is particuf
larly large and beautiful, with a
balcony for spectators.
Dormitory rooms on the eleventh
through the sixteenth floors in the
"Tower" accommodate 196 men
students. Other floors in the building
provide for classrooms, faculty offif
ces, and laboratories.
F enn Tower
EENN TOWEVR, the center of Penn College "Campus,"
is located on the corner of Euclid and East 24th Street. A
Zlfstory structure, the "Tower" houses the major portion
of Femfs classrooms, the men's dorm, a cafeteria, the
library, and the administrative offices.
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Claude Foster Engineering Building
THE FIRST STEP in Eenn's expansion program stands in
the form of the FOSTER ENGINEERING BUILDING.
This modern building houses Eenn's mechanical engineering
department, which has a fully equipped laboratory valued
at f5lO0,000. Also there are three floors of classrooms and
THE PRCSPECTJFENN BUILDING houses thirty class'
rooms and ten laboratories, including those for mechanical
and metallurgical engineering, chemistry, and biology.
he power behind Penn College,
as Well as any college, is the Administration. Although
often taken for granted bythe students, the Adminisf
tration is the group of men and women responsible
for the operation of the college. It is the authority
needed to guide the school successfully through the
years, the authority that lends prestige and direction.
They, in a broad sense, coordinate the operation of
all the schools and faculty members into a smooth
running organization. Seniors and Underclassmen alike
owe a hearty thanks to this hard working group, for
Without them, the education for which all students
strive would be impossible.
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The Board of Trustees by appointing G.
Brooks Earnest as president has shown that
Fenn will prosper throughout the coming
years. President Earnest was graduated
from Case in 1927 and served on the faculty
there for twenty years, coming to Eenn in
1951 as Dean of Engineering. President
Earnest is active in many engineering and
civic organizations-local, state, and govern'
ment. By his past record and his work while
here at Penn he has shown he has the ability
to provide the intelligent and capable leader'
ship necessary for his important post.
G BROOKS EARNEST, MSCE
President 'S Office
HOWVARD R. TAYLOR
Vice P1 ident
Mr. Taylor, who has a Bachelor of Arts
Degree from Allegheny College, came to
Penn in June of 1950 to take the position
of assistant to the President, a post which
the Board of Trustees had created because
the job of handling public relations had be'
come so large and diversified. The job really
covers three main fields-fund raising, pub'
lic relations, and alumni relations. The ultif
mate object of this program is to carry out
Fenn's development plan established by the
Board of Trustees under Dr. Thomas. Defi'
nite progress has been made toward this
goal by Mr. Taylor and by his continuing
good work, Eenn shall grow in stature.
CHARLES j.sT1LwELL 0
The Warner 8: Swasey Co.
ELBERT H. BAKER, JR.
The Locke Machine Co.
LEYTON E. CARTER
The Cleveland Foundation
JAMES H. COOLIDGE
Thompson Products, Inc.
ADRIAN D. JOYCE
The Glidden Company
VERNON B. STOUFFER
.Melnbers of the Board Not Pictured
ELLWOOD H. FISHER, The Fisher Bros. Co.g KENNETH YV. AKERS, Griswold-Eshlenlan
Co.g RALPH L. DICKEY, Kelley Island Lime Sc Transport Co.g CLAYTON G. HALE,
Hale lk Haley JAMES C. HODGE, YVellman Engineering Co.g JAY IGLAUER, Retailg
DR. ROBERT BI. STECHER, City Hospilalg und HOWARD F. BURNS, Baker, Hostetler
EDWARD T. BARTLETT
U. S. Supreme Court
HAROLD H. BURTON
U. S. Supreme Court
GEORGE S. CASE, JR.
The Lamson 8: Sessions Co.
CLARENCE L. COLLENS
Reliance Electric 8:
JACOB D. COX, JR.
Cleveland Twist Drill Co.
VOLLMER W. FRIES
White Motor Company
HERBERT P. LADDS
National Screw 8: Mfg. Co.
ALLEN T. PERRY
I-Iarshaw Chemical Co.
CLARENCE M. TAYLOR
GEORGE V. WOODLING
Woodling 8: Krost
MERIAM CLAY I-IERRICK, M.A. ARTHUR P. LOEGLER, B.S.
Director of Admissions Director of Finance
FOSTER T. MILLER, M.A. LEE A. MARSHALL, M.A.
Director of Student Admixxions Counselor
Activities mul Guidance
WILLIAM A. PATTERSON, Ph.D. VERNON H. DAVIS, B.B.A
Registrar Asst. Finance Director
THROUGH COOPERATIVE education,
the student comes to interpret both basic
and specialized knowledge in the light of
life's realities. That unsettled or Hfloundering
around" period after leaving college, so
disturbing to many graduates of full time
courses, is minimized or entirely avoided by
the cofop whose most difficult adjustments
are already in the past.
Here at Penn, we are surrounded by an
unusual variety of business and industry.
Literally, we do have the "best location in
the nation" for gearing education to life.
MAX B. ROBINSON, M.E.
Dean of Co-operative Training
Let us make the most of our rich opportunity.
ROBERT B. AULD
CECIL L. DOBBINS
MILLARD L. JORDAN
Arlx and Science Conrflinalm
MAJOR B. JENKS, Pl1.D
--ff Dean of Arts and Sciences
XVILLIAM A. PATTERSON, Ph.D. PAUL R01-I-ET ANDERS, A-TL SELL-IA M, ZNIONTASANA, BS
Dean of Engineering
Dean of Business Administration Dem, of W'0,,w,,
NICHOLAS R. RIMBOI. M.A. DAVID G. PARKER, B.B.A
Assistant Dean of Engineering Assistant Dean of Business
Director of Tcclmicul lnslilulc Administration
John Arent. Jr., M.S. Robert B. Auld, M.Ed. Alberta Prasse Barnes, B.S.
Asst. Prof., Civil Engineering Assistant Professor, English, Instructor, Mathematics
and Engineering Mechanics Engineering Coordinator
Samuel H. Bcrwald, LL.B., C.P.A. Lloyd C. Billings, A.M. Pauline Bloomquist. A. B. Robert F. Busbey, B.S. U
Chairman, Dept. Accounting, Assistant Professor, Ecqmumicg Chairman, Dept. Sec. Studies, Instructor, Physical Education
Associate Professor, Accounting Assoc. Prof., Secretarial Studies
Vance Chamberlin, BSC., M.E. Marion D. C-ooper, M.S. Albert N. Cousins, Ph.D.
Chairman, Dept. Marketing, Professor, Electrical Engineering Asst. Prof., American Studies
Assoc. Prof. Marketing
Blake Crider, Ph.D. William C. Davis, B.S. Frank DeMa1-inis, Ph.D. E. Philip Earl, IVI.A.
Chairman, Dept. Psychology, Chairman, Dept. Elect. Engr., Chairman, Dept. Biology Assistant Professor, Physics
Professor, Psychology Professor, Electrical Engr. Associate Professor, Biology
George F. Evans, B.S. Donald C. Fabel, D. Engr., Gfeorge H. Faust, Ph.D.
Assistant Prof., Mech. Engr. Chairman, Dept. Mech. Engr., Assistant Prof., I-listory and
Professor, Mechanical Engr. Political Science
Marie E. Faust, A.B. Jolm A. Froebe, A.B., LL.B. Frank J. Gallo, B.S.E. Cliiforcl L. GIHVBS, MA-
Instructor, Secretarial Studies Assistant Prof., Accounting Assistant Prof., Civil Engr., Vocational C0unSel01'
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Assistant Professor, English Chairman, Dept. Eng. Drg., Associate Prof. Mech. Engr. Assistant Prof., Civil Engr.,
Associate.Proi'.. Eng. Drawing Engineering Mechanics
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Chester J. Kishel, B.S. John C. Matthews, M.A. John Gilbert McGi-ew, Ph..D. Jolhn Wilson McNeill, M.A.
Assistant Prof., Mech. Engr. Chairman, Dept. Education, Chairman, Dept. Economics Chairman, Dept. Management
Assistant Professor, Education Associate Prof., Management
Wm. Franklin Moore, Ph.D., BJJ.
Assistant Professor, Sociology.
Director, Religious Education
Lad A. Pasiut, Ph.D. Jane Pease, M.A.
Professor, Chemistry Assistant Prof. Physical Ed.
Advisor to Women
Dwight L. Penney, B.S.. Michael J. Phillips, MSCE. Randolph C. Randall, A. M. Robert W. Schindler, M.S.
Instructor, Mech. Engineering Assoc. Prof., Civil Engineering Chairman, Depart. English, Assoc. Prof., Electrical Engr.
and Engineering Mechanics Professor, English
Kenneth S. Sherman, BSEE George B. Simon, Litt.B. Andrew P. Slivka, B.S.
Assoc. Prof., Electrical Engr. Associate Professor, Speech, Instructor, Mechanical Engr.
Richard B. Small, A.M. - Charles H. Springer, M.S. Aaron J. Teller, Ph.D. Demetrios E. Theodore, Ph.D.
Asst. Prof., Modern Language Instructor, Chemistry Chairman, Chemical Engr., Associate Professor, Economics
Assoc. Prof., Chemical Engr.
Marion B. Tolar, M.S. Donald R. Tuttle, Ph.D. Walter R. Van Voorhis, Ph.D.
Chairman, Dept. Math., Prof. Professor, English Professor, Mathematics
Math., Assoc. Prof. Mathematics
Sara Ruth Watson, Ph.D. ll. Woodling, M.A. Marion Wozencraft, M.A.
Associate Professor, English Chr., Dept. Health, and Phys. Asst. Prof., Elementary Ed.
Ed.. Prof.. Health and Phys. Ed.
Leota Bligh Cain Fred W. Dutton, Jr. D George A. Leech, M.A.
Manager of Food Service Public Relations Assistant Dir., Personnel Develop. Dept
Q ,lja-'. 4,
Mary J. S. Magee, R.N., B.S. R. Malcolm Sills, B.S., BLS. Emil J. Stefancic, B.A.,
College Nurse Librarian B.S. in L.S.
, . .0121 I- Twerell George-E. Whalon Ray Martin Williams, B.B.A. Grace Dyer Wright .
I' ui chasing and Bookstore Mgr. Supt. of Buildings and Grounds Alumni Association Housemother, Men's Dormitory
heir college days are behind them.
Never again will they recapture the spirit of the past
yearsg but, they are not worried about the past, pres'
ent, or future. They have met the challenge presented
to them by college and emerged triumphantly. They
meet the future eagerly and free of fear because they
have the assurance and poise required for the dealings
with the world. Seniors have achieved the "know
how" for which the underclassmen strive.
The parting of their class is here, but strong friend"
ships will not be broken and each senior will always
have the cherished memories of his college career.
Fenn is behind them: the future is ahead.
RAYMOND ABE, B.E.E.
Lambda Tau Delta, Vice President, A.I.E.E., I.R.E., S.A.E.,
IllICl'fl'2llCl'lllly Council, Intramural Sports.
EDWARD E. ALLEN, B.S.M.E.
Pi Sigma Tan, Chancellor, Student Council, Vice President,
Intcrfraternily Council, A.S.M.E., Trowcl Club, Cauldron,
LAWSON SIDNEY ANDERSON, B.B.A.
Alpha Chi, President, Bela Bela Alpha, lntrannlral Sports.
FRANCIS C. ANDREWS, B.E.E.
A.I.E.E., I.R.E., S.A.E.
LESTER ANTEL, li.lK.A.
Beta Bela Alpha, Treasurer, Intramural Sports.
ROBERT M. BAUM, B.B.A.
ALFRED BAUMEISTER. B.E.E.
ADRIENNE JANICE BENTE, li.B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigma. Womcn's Athletic Association,
HENRY P. BLANK, jR., BJLA.
PETER H. BLISS, B.ll.A.
FRAN BLOCK, B.A.
Lambda Sigma Chi, Cauldron, Editor, XVing 8: Torch,
Cheerleader, Senior Class Secretary, !Vomcn's Athlclit:
Ti-nzonoun nov Boca, 1s.M,lz.
ALBERT IIORAZANIAN, B.A.
Wing 8a Torch, F.'I'.A., Cauldron, Managing Editor,
Topperette, Co-Editor, Liberal Club, Fencing, Intramural
Sports, Fenn Players.
ROBERT JAMES BOROVY, B.S.C.
ANDREW BOSCHETTO, B.B.A.
Student Council, Fcnn Players, Cauldron, Pi Sigma Tau,
Marketing Association, Intramural Sports, Gun Cluh,
Social Chairman-Class '53.
.IOHN BRADARICH, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Intramural Sports.
BERNICE L. BRAJER, B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Vice President, Historian, Wing 8: Torch,
Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Intramural Sports,
Womcn's Athletic Association, Spanish Club, Cauldron,
Fanfare, Intersorority Council.
MICHAEL G. BRETZ, B.B.A.
Trowcl Cluh, Intramural Sports.
THOMAS P. BRIGHT, ILILA.
THOMAS BROGDON, ILEJL.
JOHN IRVING BROWNIZ, B.S.Ii.
Pi Sigma Tau, Intramurals, A.S.C.E.
MARY BUKARTYK, I5.B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Historian, Senior Class Secretary,
Cauldron, Circulation Manager, Fanfare, Psychology Cluh
Society Advancement of Management, WVomen's Athletic
Association, Intramural Sports, WING + TORCH, CHOIR
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ROBERT w. uUssARn, 1s.E.lz.
ANDREW CASSESIE. BA.
F.T.A. President, Liberal Club, Coll' Team.
JOHN J. CAWLIEY, B.M.E.
Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club, A.S.M.E., S.A.E,,
Cauldron, Radio Actors and Script XVriu-rs.
WILLIAM V. CAWLEY, B.B.A.
Varsity Track, Varsity Fencing, "F" Club, Inlrzuluirnl Sports.
EDWARD G. CHULIG, B.B.A.
HARVEY CLAYIIOURNE- B.ll.A.
RAYMOND W. CLIFFORD, ILA.
Cauldron, YVing S: Torch, Sluclcnl Council, F.T.A.,
Fcnn Players, Topper, Psychology Club, Soviology Club.
JACK V. COCKER, ll.S.M.E.
JAMES F. COLLINS, ILILA.
Newman Club, Inlrzunurnl Sports.
PAUL Il. COLLUMB, B.B.A. ,
Alpha Chi, Intramural Sporls.
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DONALD N. CORCELLI, B.lS.A.
Student Council, Lambda Tau Dcltzi, Treason-rn
IllICl'l'I'3llJl'lllly Council, President.
FRANK A. CORCELLI, B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Della, President, Wing 84 Torch,
Student Council, Varsity Baseball. Varsity Golf.
FRANK CORRADI, IS.IS.A.
Varsity Baseball, "F" Cluh, Lzunhdu Tau DL'll1l,
Iuu':unurnl Sports, Choir.
LEXVIS J. CORSARO, B.S.E.E.
A.I.E.E., I.R.E. '
GILBERT E. CSUMITTA, B.B.A.
ALLENE TOTH DAW, B.B.A.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Corresponding Secretary, Cauldron,
Womc-n's Athletic Association, Boosters' Club.
WILLIAM R. DEW, B.B.A.
Fanfare, Editor, Cauldron, Beta Bela Alpha,
Marketing Association, Intramural Sports, Mfing 8: Torch.
HAROLD .IACK DIFIORE, B.M.E.
Iota Eta, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Varsity Fencing, Intramural Sports.
HOWARD JOSEPH DOLE-IS, B.S.
PAUL C. DONCEVIC, B.B.A.
ROBERT A. DRENNAN, B.S.
Wing Bc Torch, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Sigma Tan,
Fenn Players, President, Radio lk Script lVritcrs,
Intramural Sports, Psychology Club, Fenn Chorus,
j0SEPH DRY-IA, ILA.
REGINALD L. IEIUNIER, B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, President, Treasurer, lntcrfraternity
Council, Intramural Sports.
THOMAS EPPELE B.E.E.
A.l.E.E., I.R.E., Varsity Baseball, Intramural Sports.
REBECCA ELEANOR ERVIN, ILA.
Fcnn Choir, Sociology Club, Psychology Club.
EDWARD MICHAEL ESBER, B.B.A.
Fanfare, Business Manager, Cauldron, Advertising Etlitorg
Beta Beta Alpha, Wing Bc Torch, Marketing Association,
lnterfraternity Council, Intramural Sports.
DONALD C. EVANS, B.S.E.E.
Iota Eta, President, Interfralernity Council, Vice Presidcntg
A.I.E.E., Fenu Choir, Intramural Sports.
WALLACE EDGAR FAILS, IR., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, Student Council,
Cauldron, Trowel Club, Psychology Club, Intramural Sports,
Meuls Dorm Council, Radio Actors Club.
GEORGE S. FIRARIS, B.C.E.
.-L5.C.E.. Iota Eta.
ROBERT FINK, B.B.A.
Tau Kappa Phi, Psyfltology Cluh.
DOMINIC j. FIORILLI, B.S.
F.T.A., Treasurer and Librarian.
.IOHN F. FONDA, B.E.S. autl B.C.E.
Newman Club, Fenn Technical Society, S.A.E., A.I.P.,
DOUGLAS M. FORTNER, B.lS.A.
Beta llcta Alpha, Marketing Association, Intramural Sports,
.IAMES R. FOTHERINGHAM, B.S.M.E.
LAWRENCE FOUSEK, B.E.E.
A.I.E.E., Intramural Sports, Joint Engineers Council.
ALLAN H. FRIEDMAN, B.A.
Varsity Basketball, Topperette, Contributing Editor.
RICHARD A. FROMSON, I5.lS.A.
Feun Players, Intramural Sports.
EDWARD R. FURMAN, B.M.E.
Senior Class President, Iota Eta, Assessor, S.A.E.,
Vice Chairman, A.S.M.E., Phi Epsilon Nu.
ROBERT E. GARMAN, B.B.A.
Bridge Club, Intramural Sports.
NORMAN R. GARROWVAY, BJLA.
j0l-IN R. GAYER, lS.E.S.
ERWIN L. GERSTENBERGER, lS.E.E.
A.I.E.E., Chairmang Bridge Club.
CHARLES B. GOLDNIAN, B.M.lZ.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Bridge Club.
AIAMES M. GRAHAM,
A.l.E.E., Intramural Sports.
-IAMES 0. GUSTAFSON, li.M.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, President, S.A.E., A.S.M.E.
CHARLES HADDAD, B.B.A.
Fcnn Choir, President, Fcnn Players, Musicaires, Pl'0SlllClllQ
Intramural Sports, Personnel Management Association.
ROBERT S. HALL, B.ll.A.
jEAN HAMILTON, B.B.A.
Lambda Sigma Chi, Presidcnlg Student Council, Sccretaryg
lving 8: Torch, Cauldron, Circulation Manager, Fanfare,
Wolncu's Athletic Association, Trcasurerg Intramural Sports,
Intersorurily Council, President.
DON F. HARROFF, B.M.E. and B.E.S.
Phi Epsilon Nu, S.A.E., Chairman, Engineers joint
Council, Treasurerg A.S.M.E.
LOUIS S. HARTMAN, B.C.E.
A.S.C.E., S.A.E., Men's Dorm Association, Intramural Sports,
Engineers joint Council.
DORA SCHERZ HAW, B.S.
Student Council, Fenn Choir, Lambda Sigma Chi. Trczisururg
F.T.A., Womcn's Council.
STANLEY M. I-IAW, B.C.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, Vice Presitlvnlg A.S.C.IZ., Treasurer
Varsity Swimming Team, Nliillilgvfl Frvslunan Class
Pl'CSlllClllQ Fcnn Band.
I-IERISIZRT F. I-IEPLER, ll.l2.I2.
Phi Epsilon Nu, Secrclnry-Truusurcrg A.I.l'i.E.
-IAMES M. HICKEY, B.S.5I.E.
Varsity Track, A.S.M.lE.. S.A.E., "F"
ln tram u ml Spur ts.
WILLIAM R. I-IILGENDORFF, JR., B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Marketing Association, Fcnn I
Dorm Council, Camera Club.
RAYMOND L. HIRVI, ll.Il.E.
DALE C. HOFFMAN, Il.S.C.E.
A.S.C.E.. Trnwel Club.
JAN L. I-IOOGENBOOM,
WILLIAM F. l-IOPPER, B.S.M.IZ.
S.A.E., Publicrity Committee Clmirumng A.S.M.E.
DWIGHT H. INFIELD, Il.M.E.
Kappa Delta Phi.
JAMES INFIELD, lI.M.E.
RICH ARD A. JACOISSON, IS.IE.S.
A.I.P., Bridge Club, Chess Club.
RAY J. JARACZ, B.E.E.
Newman Cluh, A.l.E.E., l.R.E., Cauldron.
RICHARD S. JARMUSCI-I, ILS.
RICHARD JAROLD, B.M.E.
FERDINAND P. JEREB, l5.li.A.
THOMAS E. KANE, ILILA.
JOHN KARALUKAS, li.E.E.
DOLORES MISCHE KASPIC, B.A.
Student Council, Cheerleaders, Captain, Lambda Sigma Chi,
Fenn Players, Sccretaryg Alpha Psi Omega, Vfing 8a Torch,
President, Cauldron, Intramural Sports, WV0men's
WALTER A. KASPIC, B.S.M.E.
Lambda Tau Delta, Varsity Basketball, Intramural Sports
ARTHUR F. KAUFMANN, Il.S.M'.E.
-IANE S. KAZDAN, B.A.
HAROLD KNOWVLES, JR., B.B.A.
ALLAN DWIGHT ROGER. l5.ll..-X.
Gun Club, Bridge Cluh.
NIICHAEL T. KOLLAR, lS.C.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, A.S.C.E., In
WALTER j. KONSEVICK, JR., ll.E.E.
LOUIS A. KOVACS, B.M.E.
DONALD I. KRESNYE, lI.M.E.
Alpha Phi Omega, A.S.M.E., Student Christian Union.
FRED CHARLES KUNC, B.B..
Varsity Basketball, "F" Club
DONALD R. LA
GREGORY LEOCE, B.lL.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, President,
Intramural Sports, A.l.E.E.
, Varsity Track.
hristian Fellowship, A.I.E.E., Fenn Choir
PAUL A. LINDGREN, B.lS.A.
DOROTHY LIPANYE, ll.B.A.
Alpha Chi, Secretary, Lambda Sigma Chi, Treasurer and
Corresponding Secretary, Intramural Sports, Feun Players,
Cauldron, Women's Council,
Treasurer, Class Secretary, l
Women's Athletic Association,
ANTHONY LoPRESTl, B.B.A.
DALFRANCO LUCIDI, ll.E.E.
DANIEL A. LUVISON, Ii.lB.A.
, Intramural Sports, Psychology Club.
.IAMES M. LYNCH, Il.Nl.E.
HARRY WILLIAM MACK. lS.lS.A.
Intramur:1l Sports, Marketing Association.
BRUCE Mat:PHERSON, B.M.E.
Varsity Swimming, L.I.D., Intrzumnal Sports.
CHESTER F. MAKUCH, B.C.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, A.I.Ch.E.. A.C.S., Illlfillllllfill Sports.
HIRAM E. MANN, ILA.
Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Alpha Phi Alpha.
ALYCE MAPP, BA.
Gamma Nu Sigma, President, Xl'ing 8: Torch, Psychology
Club, Secretary, Vice President, Fenn Choir, lntersorority
Council, President, Cauldron, Intramural Sports, Women's
Athletic Association, Liberal Club, Sociology Club.
CLIFFORD A. MARQUARDT, B.B.A.
ROBERT R. MARSHALL, lS.B.A.
Student Council, Assistant Treasurer, Beta lletu Alpha,
Associate Editor, lntrnmi
Treasurer, Varsity Tennis, "F"
Vice President, Vling 8: Torch,
Cauldron, Accountant, Fanfare,
Sports, Men's Dorm Council, Senior Class Vice President.
MERLE W. MARXEN, B.C.E.
Iota Eta, A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S., Fencing
Omega, Intramural Sports.
Team, Alpha Phi
.IOSEPH D. MASSO, B.S.E.L.
EUGENE D. MCCORMICK, lS.C.E.
Iota Eta, Vice President, A.S.C.E.
l I' il
JOE MEDVED, B.S.M.E.
Newman Club, Intranuiral Sports, S.A.E., A.S.M.E.
TOM MEEI--IAN, B.B.A.
Track Tealn, "F" Club, Student Council, Marketing
Association, Intramural Sports.
CHARLES MEEK, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Corresponding Sccretaryg Wing K Torch.
Nlen's Dormitory, Proctor, Fanfare, Cauldron, Intramural
Sports, Fenn Choir.
EUGENE E. MILLER, B.B.A.
Beta Bela Alpha, Fanfare, Business Manager, Cauldron.
EDXYARD T. MINOSKY, B.ll.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, Vice President, Intramural Sports.
RICHARD C. MOCNY, B.C.E.
A.S.C.E., Secretary, Basketball T4-ani.
RAYMOND ERVIN MORRIS, B.S.
Sociology Club, Society Advancement of Bl1ll'l2lgCIl'Il'lll.
HENRY j. MOSCARINO, B.B.A.
Newman Club, Vice President and Membership Chairniang
Marketing Association, Vice President, Varsity Baseball,
JAMES Mimz, 1s.c.E.
DONALD FRED MUENTZ, B.B.A,
MARY ELLEN MURPHY, B.S.
Lanllxla Sigma Chi, Vice President and President, F.T.A.,
Wing 8: Torch, Intramural Sports, Fanfare, Secretary of
Class '53g IVomen's Athletic Association, Intersorority
Council, SCCI'Clill'y-1-l'lIZ1Slll'lJl'Q Women's Council.
ALEX MYKYTIUK, B.S.M.E.
JOHN li. NECHVATAL, B.S.E.E.
DORIS E. NEU, lS.II.A.
Lambda Sigma Chi, Secretary, Student Council, Secrctar
Cauldron, Fenn Players, Wing Sc Torch, Vice President,
IVomen's Athletic Association, President, Feun Choir,
CHANNING 0. NOEL, B.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tan, Clerk, Marketing Association, Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship, Mcn's Dorm Council.
CLYDE NORTON, B.B.A.
Gun Club, Psychology Club.
LEO EDWARD NOVAK, B.M.E.
S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Psychology Club, Gun Club.
GEORGE W. NOWATKA, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Wing 8: Torch, Fanfare, Fcnn Choir,
Intramural Sports, Cauldron, Dormitory Council.
ANTHONY GIOSEPH NUCCIO, B.B.A.
Lambda Tau Delta, Intramural Sports, Fcnn Choir,
Muslcaircs, Newman Club.
GEORGE N. OCHI, B.C.E.
ARTHUR C. F. OHNACKER. ll.E.E.
A.l.E.E., I.R.E., S.A.E., Intramural Sports.
EDWARD 0'LAUGHLlN, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E. .
EDXVARIJ H. lmlumn, 1:.M.E.
Iota tam, s..x.1s., A.S.M.lE..
JOSEPH PARYZEK, B.C.E.
Varsity Tennis Team, Iota Eta, "F" Club, A.l.Ch.E.,
Secretary, A.C.S., Treasurer, Intramural Sports.
CLARENCE FRANCIS PAWLICKI, B.B.A
Alpha Chi, Secretary, Psychology Club.
DONALD S. PERRY, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Engineers joint Council.
DONALD W. PETERS, B. B. A.
Beta Beta Alpha, President, Vice President, Student Council,
Cauldron, Business Blanagerg Fanfare, I
'ing 8: Torch,
Trowel Club, Ittte1'fratcrnity Council, Personnel Club,
Student Development Committee, Gun Club.
MERLE D. PITTENGER, B.E.E.
DARKO F. POZAR, B.M.E.
RICHARD J. PROFUSEK,
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha, Can
EDWARD B. PRUDIC, lB.M.E.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Bridge Club.
ldron, Varsity Track, Personnel
WILLIAM ARTHUR QUALLICH, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, President, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurerg
Student Council, President
t, Treasurer, Fanfare, Business
Manager, Senior Editorg Alpha Chi, Vice Presidenlg
Wing Sc Torch, Vice Presidentg Cauldron, Managing Editor,
Fenn Players, Psychology
Interfraternity Council, It
MICHAEL RANALLO, -IR.. B.E.E.
Lambda Tau Delta, A.I.E.E.
GEORGE HENRY RATZ
Club, Class of '53, Treasurer,
A.S.C.E.. President: Phi Epsilon Nu.
IRNVIN R. RICE, B.B.A.
JUNE RICHMOND, B.S.
Lambda Sigma Chi, l'resi
dent, Vice President, Student
Council, Corresponding Secretary, Cheerleader,
lVing lk Torch, IVOIIICIES
Council. Caultlron, Fenn
Council, Presiden tg In tersorority
WILLIAM ROGERS, B.S.C.E.
A.S.C.E., Vice President, Kappa Delta Phi, Intramural
Sports, Phi Epsilon Nu.
ZULA M. ROIVELL, ILS.
F.T.A., Fcnn Choir, Psychology Club.
HARRY R. RUETER, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., Chairman, Iota Eta, Pledgemastcrg Interfraternity
Council, Secrclal'y-Treasurer, S.A.E. Rifle Clnh, Intramural
Sports, Wing 8: Torch.
XVILLIAM A. SAISEC, B.C.E.
VICTOR C. SCHROEDER, JR., B.M.E.
GEORGE SCI-IUMACHER, Ii.M.E.
A.S.M.E., Treasurer, S.A.E., Iota Eta, Intramural Sports
HAROLD R. SCIBISE, B.M.E.
TOM SEEHOLZER, B.s.M,12.
IVALTER SENGES, B.E.E.
RICH.-IRD DONALD SHAFFER, B.S.
A.C.S., Radio Actors and Script N'ritcrs.
BENSON P. SHUPE, JR., B.B.A.
Bela Beta Alpha, President, Sargeant at Arxnsg
Wing Sc Torch, Interfraternity Council, President and
Secretary-Treasnrcrg Class of '53, Vice President, Intramural
Sports, Fanfare, Marketing Association.
ALAN ROGER SIEBERT, B.C.E.
A.I.C.E., Phi Epsilon Nu, Varsity Tennis, A.C.S.,
"F" Club, Cauldron, Intramural Sports.
SAMUEL D. SIPLE, JR., B.B.A.
JOHN SKUBIAK, B.M.E.
Varsity Golf, Lmuhrla Tau Della, "F" Club, S..t.E., A.S.M.E.
DALE E. SLOAN, B.B.A.
Marketing Association, Dormitory Council, Alpha Phi Omega.
WILLIE R. SMITH, ILA.
Fenn Choir, A.C.S., ll'lll'2lllllll'2ll hpuru.
LAWRENCE RUSSELL SNYDER, B.15.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Alpha Chi.
HERMAN F. SODERSTROM, ILILA.
ANN PINTENICI-I SONGER, BA.
Gamma Nu Sigma, Vice President, Treasurer, A5Sl5lAllIl
Treasurer, Wing Sc Torch, Intramural Sports, Wumrn's
Council, WVOIIICIIYS Athletic Association.
WILFORD GLENN SPECI-IT, B.B.A.
Marketing Associatinn, Intrzunurnl Spurls, Newlnun Cluh.
LEONARD SPONTELLI, B.M.E.
Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club, A.S.M.E., S.A.E..
Senior Class Treasurer.
RICHARD STAUSE, Ii.B.A.
Pi Sigma Tau, Chuueellorg Fcnn Players, Presidcntg
Wviug 8: Torch, Basketball, Mazinger: Junior Class Presidentg
Intcrfraleruily Council, "F" Club. Truck, Intramural Sports.
PHILLIP JEROME STEVKO, JR., Il.E.E.
A.I.E.E., 1.R.r., s.P.rs,U.P.r.c.
EDWIN STERLING STONE, Il.5.Nl.li.
S.A.E., Secretnryg A.S.BI.E.
EDXVARD STOUPA, B.B.A.
WVILLIAM H. STRAIN, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Intramural Sports, C
RICHARD STROUD, B.B.A.
Lzuuhda Tau Della, Assistant Treasurerg Intramural
EUGENE P. SUPINSKI, li.C.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, Iota Eta, A.I.Ch.li.,
ROBERT J. SWALLOW, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., Treasurer, Vice Chairmang lola Eta,
Phi Epsilon Nu, Cauldron, Engineers joint Council,
KARL L. SWITZER, B.M.E.
Pi Sigma Tau, Student Council, A.S.M
ANDREW SWORAN, B.M.E.
A.S.Nl.E., S.A.E., Inlrmmlral Sports.
ANDREWS' F. SZIPPL, B.S.E.E.
DONALD TACHE, B.B.A.
Beta Beta Alpha, Sergeant at Armsg W ing Se Torch,
Varsity Baseball, Interfratcrnity Council, Marketing
Association, "F" Club, Intramural Sports.
1'sUToMU TEE TAKAHATA, 1s.s.E.
LOUIS TORRECROSA, li.S.M.E.
Lambda Tau Della, A.S.M.E., A.S.A.E., Newman
EDWIN S. TRAVERS, B.M.E.
Phi Epsilon Nu, A.S.M.E., S.A.E.
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ROGER VOORHEES, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Gun Club.
ROBERT LEE WACHSMAN, B.B.A.
Tau Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Fenn Players, Intramural
Sports, Team Manager.
ROBERT J. WAGNER, B.M.E.
Kappa Delta Phi, S.A.E.
WARREN REID XVARE, B.B.A.
Kappa Delta Phi, Interfraternity Council, Gttn Club,
Marketing Association, Fencing Club, Intramural Sports.
HAROLD H. WESEBAUM, B.E.E.
A.l.E.E., l.R.E., Amateur Radio Club, 5Icn's Dorm Council,
NICHOLAS A. NVIK, Ii.S.E.E.
HAROLD M. NVILLIAMS, B.S.M.E.
RICHARD H. XVILLS, B.E.E.
Alpha Phi Omega, Prcsidcntg Phi Epsilon Nu, Prcsidentg
I.R.E., Prcsitlcntg Engineers Joint Council, Senior Class
WILLIAM T. WINTUCKY, B.S.M.E.
Alpha Phi Omega, Iota Eta, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Gun Club.
REGINALD M. WISE, B.B.A.
Bela Beta Alpha, Student Council, Alpha Chi, Presidentg
Wing 8: Torch, Varsity Baseball, Senior Class Trcasurcrg
CHARLES XV. YEAGER, JR., ILIS..-X.
KENNY K. YOSHINO.
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, A.S.C.E. Bridge Cltlb,
NIARCELLA ZEEDICK, B.IS.A.
Lambda Sigma Chi, Treasurer, Student Council, Treasure:
Wing S.: Torch, Cheerleader, Fanfare, Cauldron, Women's
Dorm Council, Intramural Sports.
KENNETH A. ZIEL, l5.B.A.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
LEWIS BALOGH, B.S.E.E.
BRIAN XV. HOWARD, B.E.E.
I.R.E., Vice Pl'lfSlllCllIQ A.l.E.E.
JEROME P. KOZIATEK. lS.S.M.E.
OTTO F. KRA-ICOVIC, B.M.E.
CHARLES F. LEWIS, ll.li.A.
MILTON W. MUELLER, B.M.E.
A.S.M.E., Fcnn Gun Club, Varsity Fencing
EARL H. SAUNDERS, JR., ll.l5.A.
Phi Sigma Tan
ALLEN L. SMITH, lS.S.Mct.E.
ROXIE A. THOMAS, l5,S.l-LE.
ALAN M. XVOLK, B.lS.A.
Cauldron, Sports Editor, Intramural Sports
XYILLIAM BLAIR, n.E.E.
, earning, playing, study: these are
the activities ol' the underclassmen. Striving to learn
and to advance, they look forward to the day when
they are graduated and go forth to meet the challenge
of the world.
They are a courageous group. They are after the
ulqnow how," as well as the knowledge which can he
gained through adult class work, discussion, and work
experience. Truly, when they become seniors, they
will be a group worthy of any place in society.
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ALM A H INSON
MARY LOU WENDEL
RAYMOND SACCA N Y
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N: cnn has a host of activities: and
hecause We arc rich in them, We are also rich in student
leadership. Extra curricular Student Activities create
Student leadcrs aa- young men and women who are
capable of any circumstance which may confront 'them
hecause they have learned the lesson of handling
In the following pages we have depicted the activities
of Penn College and their leaders. Each organization
is ruled hy its own constitutional hyflavvs, and are all
run on the democratic system of government. All
students arc heartily urged to actively participate in
as many activities as possihle.
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Day Student Council
DAY STUDENT CUUNCIL, the governing body of all student activities, has control of
the student activity fees and is responsible for the disbursement of funds to Day School
activities. Those activities under Council supervision are: the three publications, the honorary
fraternities, varsity and intramural sports and student supervisory groups.
The aims of student council are "to secure the highest standards of scholarship, prof
mote good fellowship, encourage extrafcurricular activities, and develop civic consciousness
among the members of the college."
s is mann. wif-
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Coum'ilm'.v-nl-large: R f'p1'exenlalizres:
DON LACER DON PETERS, ROSEMARY YVEISSMANN, GEORGE STRUTZ,
DORIS NEU CLYDE RIPPLE, JOHN FOYTIK, ED FAILS, FRANK ZIEGLER
JOE ZOMBOR KARL SYVITZER, DON PRATHER, EUNICE DiPIETRO.
Fall Quzlrtm' Edilar
PAT STEALEY BILL SSYARTZ
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The C'auZd'r0u, Weekl student ublication of Fenn Colle e, was or nnized in
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1929. It attempts to give facts, cover sports, relay news and all items of interest.
The purpose of the Cauldron is to voice the opinion of the student body and
promote collegiate activitiesflt is truly the melting piotlof all college news.
BEVERLY STASKO, CLIFF KUSTER, Bon SXVALLOW,
CAROLYN COLES, JOHN EONDA, ED FAILS, ROSEMARIE
WVEISSMANN, j0HN WRIGHT, RAY PARADOWSKI, GAYLE ROGER BLUM, GLEN DRELLISHAK, PAUL WVINSLOWV,
REYNOLDS. ELMER MUNDY, MARSHALL BROWVN.
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Senior Editor ..........
Sorority Editor ...,.,..
Sports Editor .,.. ....,
BILL DEWV, Editor
Ffnlernily Edilor ,....
:IlI1lETliSi1lg Editor ....,,...
Assl. Advertising Editor
Patron Editor , ...,.,...,. ..
Evening Editor ........ ,,
Circulation Manager ,....
ROSEMARIE YVEISSMANN JOE ZOMBOR
BILL QUALLICI-I BERNICE BRAJER
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FANFARE, the annual publication of the Day
Student Council, was first published in 1930,
for the purpose of giving each student a composite
picture of the years they spent in school.
ED ESBER, Business Manager
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F enn Players
THE PENN DRAMATIC CLUB was first organized in the fall of
1933. The War halted the activities of the players, but m 1944 the group
was brought back to life by Dr. Sara Watson. In 1946, Prof. George W.
Srail became the faculty advisor and coach of the players.
The purpose of the organization is to cultivate and develop an
interest in drama, the dramatic arts, and all sciences related to the theater.
Tryouts for the productions are open to all day and evening students and
are held in "Club 20" on the twentieth floor.
Under the capable direction and guidance of Prof. Srail activities
have been expanded to include radio and television shows. A number of
radio plays, written and produced by students have been presented over
The number and complexity of the productions necessitate an ex'
tremely large group, with the intricate details providing many activities
in which students may participate.
DAN POURNARAS JOE ZOMBOR
DICK STAUSE ROSEMARY WVEISSMANN
SHIRLEY TROYAN PEGGY TOTH
ANDY BOSCH ETTO BILL HILGENDORFF
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. EUNICE INPIETRO
.. .... SYLVIA ZISIROXVSKI
CAROL ANN KAZAR
CLARE MOELK DOROTHY DANKO
BILL QUALLICH ED CAMPBELL
EUNICE DI PIETRO JERRY BARTHOLOMEWV
PROF. SRAIL CAROLYN COLES
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Wiiig and Torch was
organized in 1930 to
honor students who are
outstanding in extra-cur'
ricular activities. New
members are admitted
each spring. To be eligif
ble a student must earn
at least 50 points in ac'
tivities and be approved
by threeffourths of the
Phi Epsilon u
Win and Torch
Phi Epsilon Nu was
organized in 1930 to prof
mote high standards of
scholarship and service to
the college. Election to
the fraternity is made
from the upper quarter
of the Senior Class and
upper eighth of the jun-
ior Class. Each successful
candidate is required to
submit a paper of at least
500 Words on an engif
In Mziy, 1948 Alpha
Phi Omega was founded
on our campus. It is a
national fraternity whose
only requirement is that
a person wishing mein'
bership in the organizaf
tion must have been aff
filiated with the Boy
Scouts of America. Each
year in order to raise
money for the March of
Dimes, they sponsor the
Ugly Ninn Contest.
Alpha Chi is the hon'
orary fraternity of the
Day Division of the Busi'
School. Its aim is to prof
mote scholarship and
leadership in the school.
Election to the fraternity
is reserved to Juniors and
Seniors who have main'
tained a cumulative ZlVC1"
age of at least 3.0.
Alpha Phi mega
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Women as Council
The Wonien's Council
sets the standards for thc
women of the college and
acts in an advisory capac-
ity to all of the womens
groups on campus. Its
members are elected by
the classes and the group
is guided by the Dean
Womcnis Athletic Association
The Wonieii's Athletic
Association is organized
to encourage Fenn Cofcds
to participate in intra'
mural sports, recreational
activities, and to develop
the physical, social and
mental nature of the
The Future Teachers
of America, a branch of
the National Education
Association, is dedicated
to the upbuilding of
Supported by the loyal
cooperation of its mem'
bers, the F. T. A. strives
to advance the interests
of the teaching profesf
sion, promote the welfare
of children and foster
the education of all the
Future Teachers 0 America
This Association is
organized for the pur'
pose of studying and dis-
cussing current marketing
problems, to provide a
local forum for discusf
sion and research, and to
offer members the oppor'
tunity to enjoy social conf
tacts with others in the
field. It is a student aifilif
ation of the American
M ai rk e t in g Association,
the national organization
for marketing students
and business men.
The "F" Club was orf
gzrnized in 1931, by a
group of Fenn Varsity
athletes and Coach
Homer E. Woodliiig. The
purpose of the club is to
promote appreciation of
the varsity "F," stimu-
late student interest in
athletics and extend
Fenn's interest abroad.
Membership is open to
those who have been
awarded the varsity "F"
for competition in var'
The Psychology Club
is composed of Day and
Evening Division stu'
dents. It was organized
to promote interest in
psychology among its
members. To obtain this
end, monthly meetings
are held which include
lectures by prominent
psychologists, field trips,
and Dr. Cridefs hypnof
sis demonstrations. The
monthly publication, conf
veys news and informa-
tion to its members.
Men 'S Dorm ouncil
The Sociology Club
was organized for the
purpose of bringing to-
gether students interested
in lirst hand contact with
the sociological problems
in and around Cleveland.
It has extended its purf
pose to include the study
of the various customs,
and habits of different
peoples. This is accom'
plishcd by discussions
and conducted tours of
The MCIIFS Dorm
Council was chartered in
1940 to act as the gov'
crning body of the Fenn
All residents of the
Mcn's Dormitory are
members of the Associa'
tion by virtue of their
residence. Principal func'
tions of the Council are
as follows: to act as a
mediator. between dormif
tory residents and the
S ch 0 ol Administration,
to sponsor the Quarterly
Welcoiime dances and to
administer the Dorm
En inccrs Joint Council
The object of the Engif
neers Joint Council is to
bring together the mem'
bers of technical, scien'
titic, and engineering or'
ganizations for a more
cooperative effort to inf
crease the services of the
to their members.
American Institute of Physics
The Fenn branch of
the American Institute of
Physics received its char'
ter in November of 1950
but had its origin in what
was formerly known as
the Physics Club. Its purf
pose is to further interest
in the physical sciences
and to aid in the profesf
sional development of the
student. Meinbership in
A.I.P. is restricted to En'
gineering S c i c n c e stu'
dents majoring in physics.
The Institute of Elec'
trical Engineers was char'
tered in 1941 as Z1 profesf
sional group with mem'
hership open to both clay
and evening students. Its
purpose is to further the
stuclent's education in
this particular phase of
0 Electrical En ineers
Institute 0 Radio Engineers
The purpose of the
Institute of Radio Engif
neers is the dissemination
of knowledge relating to
the theory and practice
of electronics and com'
munications, as well as to
further the professional
development of the stu'
The Fenn Chapter of
American Institute of
Chemical Engineers was
chartered in 1948 and is
open to all students reg'
isterecl in the Chemical
of Fenn. Its purpose is to
gain knowledge concern'
ing opportunities in the
C h e in i cal Engineering
Field. They have numer'
ous speakers and field
trips cnch month.
0 Chemical Engineers
American Chemical Society
The American Chemif
cal Society is open to any
student majoring in chem'
istry or chemical engif
ncering. A.C.S, member'
ship provides occasion
to develop leadership
through participation in
the various chapter activif
ties, both local and ref
Society of Automotive Engineers
THE FENN STUDENT BRANCH of the Society of Automotive
Engineers, Inc., is one of the many student branches granted a charter
by the S.A.E. Membership is open to both Day and Evening Division
American Society 0 i
Mechanical n ineers
The Fenn student branch of the American Society of Ivlechanical Engineers
was granted a charter from the national organization following the accreditation
of the School of Engineering. Membership is open to engineering students in both
the day and evening divisions. The organization attempts to broaden the students
acquaintance with the practical side of mechanical engineering.
merzcan Soczety f Cwzl Engmeers
Thy All1LflL1iH Socmcty of C1V11 Envmnurs Wh1Ch used to be the Socluty of
Struv.tur.1l Enqxmgrs 15 thc oldest profcss1on.1l Ol'Q"ll'l1ZElt1OI1 on the Lampm Its mam
purposg IS to PIOIUOCC further mtcrcet m strugturnl incl C1V1l l.l1Q111CCI'1I1g
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Annually the choir sponsors the Christmas program and the all school choral sing. The
latter is participated in by campus fraternities and sororities to compete for awards. Conf
certs are also presented one Sunday during each quarter. This year the choir is presenting
their second operetta, the Mikado.
Direclur ol Dlmic
A TRADITIQNAL week-end held :nt Centerville Mills for all incoming Freshmen. Planned sporting
and social events, as well as plenty of leisure time and good prevailed :ts the Freshmen began to get
acquainted with each other and college life.
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Fraternities and ororities
o the fraternity men and the
sorority women of Fenn College, Cleveland offers a
background of social life, a chance for personality and
character development. Fenn students, quick to take
advantage of their surroundings and opportunities,
have found that this type of organization fills a gap
that other schools or outside organizations cannot fill.
They have found a closer fellowship during their col'
lege life, and this fellowship goes on after graduation.
Presirlenl . ..,, DON CORCELLI
Vim Prrsillezu .. ...,..., BERNARD STEEN
St'l'l'C'llll'y-T!'l'Il,YIll'l'l' .. . ...,,. HARRY RUETER
This council was first organized in 1929 by the fraternities of Fenn College.
With twenty-four years of varied experiences behind, it is in a position to guide
the fraternities forward to greater accomplishments than ever before.
The main purposes of this council are to maintain harmonious relationships
between fraternities, between fraternities and the college administration, and between
the fraternities and other groups on the campus, to establish rules and regulations
for pledging, and to execute all interfraternity functions.
The lnterfraternity Council urges its members to have their men participate in
all organizations and support all athletic events and dances sponsored by the college
At present the five members of the council are: Beta Beta Alpha, Iota Eta,
Kappa Delta Phi, Lambda Tau Delta. and Pi Sigma Tau.
Gamma i ma
President ,..., .. ......,... ....... ..,.. , XLYCI2 MAP?
Vin: Prcxidrnl . ..,...... .,...,, l SERNICE BRAIER
Remrding Scn'elm'y ....... , ....,..........., JOY REYNOLDS
COTI'e5!I0lllIiIIg Sem'clm'y ..,, ,,.,,,
Treasurer ..........,.,,,.... .....,..
.flxxixlnnt Treuxurur ......
ALLENE TOTH DAW
, ..... MARLENE MEYER
. .... ANNE GARIBOTTI
MARY BU KARTYK
A building with a good foundation does not easily fall-the charter members ot the Gammi
Nu Sigma Sorority laid a solid foundation with the promotion of good scholarship, fellowship. and
an active interest in the problems of today. Today's active members are adding one more brick
every day in their building of Success.
Looking back with the pride of achievement, the Gammas have certainly fuliilled their chartered
purpose. Six members have been on the Dean's list for at least one quarter and four were elected
to Wiiig and Torch-honorary activity society. Of the three choir service keys awarded, two were
presented to girls-both of which are Gammas. The office of presidency of the Women's Athletic
Association was Hlled by a G-amma. A Gamma was elected EditorfinfChief of the Cauldron. Last
year the Gamma team won the bowling trophy. Each year Gamma Nu Sigma enters the annual
song contest, last year they not only participated but also won the Fine Arts trophy.
Expressing their interest in today's problems, the members have continued work on their
GCC. Campaign. The projects ranged from serving free punch during finals to making cookies
for the Dorm boys. However, the Gammas not only work together, they have good times together.
Last ear's social calendar has been crowded with many events which ranged from pajama parties
to the Formal Dinner-Dance held at the Hotel Statler. At this banquet President and Mrs. G.
Brooks Earnest became honorary members of Gamma Nu Sigma Sorority.
Looking ahead with anticipation, the Gamma Nu Sigma Sorority is anxious to continue proving
its worth not only to its members, but also to Penn.
ALMA R HINE
MA RILYX DRA KE
ROSE MARY SIEXYKO
Gamma Nu Sigma
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MA RY ELLEN MURPHY
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Lambda Sigma Chi
l'I'ESItlt'lll .. .. .,...........,.,,,,..... JUNE RICHMOND
Vim' Prf'.xirI1'nl . ..... .,..,. . , ..,.. MARY LOU YVENDIZL
If6l'0Tllf7lQ Sefrelfrry ,. ..,. CAROL MMQDONALD
Corrfxlmmling Szfrrelary ..,.... . ......... ALMA HINSON
Tren.mn'r .. ...... .,,,....,.. ,,,.,.. R I. YTH ARIEUCKLE
LAMBDA SIGMA CHI, founded in 1934, was the Hrst sorority at Fenn College.
The founders set up a precedence which has been faithfully followedh-promoting
leadership, scholarship, and character among its members while at the same time
promoting friendship and cooperation among all Fenn girls.
A Lambda may be found in all phases of Fenn life-athletics, Student Council and
Women's Council, various interest groups including Choir, Cauldron, and Fenn
Players. She not only plays hard but works hard, doing volunteer work for Merrick
The sorority cofsponsors the annual Thanksgiving Prom and, later during the
winter, sponsors the annual Porthole Dance. The Founders Day Banquet and the
Mother and Daughter Banquet are looked forward to annually. Parties are in order
ill ye ir lonq one a month to lWe ev let These inelude be1Ch p lrties pienics, Hay rides,
Halloween ind Cl111Sl1Tl is s weitls ind above lll the annutl soroiity cottage wcek
every August List but not le lst the Fotmtl Dinner Dance at whieh new members
ue formilly initiated rounds out 1 Lambdts ye ir of fun ind devotion to the
principles of Lambdi Sivmi C hi
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Nineteen hundred and fiftyftwo marked the 20th anniversary of Beta Beta
Alpha, one of the most eventful years in the history of the fraternity. The main
highlight was the anniversary stag dinner and the annual ActivefAlumni formal
banquet at which the house mortgage was burned. This made BBA the first and
only fraternity on the Penn campus to completely own their own house, which is
located on E. 27th and Chester.
The fraternity was founded in 1932 by ten men from the first graduating class
and has grown until at this time there are BBA's active in every phase of the
school's activities, publications, athl.etics, service, and supervisory groups.
Beta Beta Alpha, which limits its membership to day school B.A, students,
has always strived to attain its chartered purposes: to promote fellowship, sponsor
social functions, and to attain scholastic achievement.
Another feature of the year was the inception of serving meals at the house
under the supervision and preparation of Mrs. Mary Ellen Lee, whose home cooked
meals have made many of the boys add inches to their waistlines.
Beta Beta Alpha starts off the social season with the annual Harvest Prom, a
semi-formal dance open to the college, and closes it with the Moonlight Terrace, a
night club styled affair. The fraternities social calendar includes approximately 24
different social events in the space of a yearg the Monte Carlo Party and a Roman
Party Qwith all the trimmingsj are just two of the intra-fraternity events.
Clunnrrllor ..... . .....,........... DONALD EVANS
C11u1u'illor ,.,.,., ,.,... E UGENE MCCORMICK
.-lssessor .. , .....,....,.,,,.., ED FURMAN
Profexsor .. ..... . ..,.,. RICHARD WVINN
Pledgmnaster .,... ..4.,, H ARRY RUETER
Iota Eta Fraternity was the first fraternity of Fenn College, originating in the
spring of 1926. Since that time, this fraternal organization has inscribed an envious
record of Fenn's history. In l932, the Iota Eta Alumni Association, which at the
present time consists of about 250 active alumni members, received its Articles of
Incorporation from the State of Ohio. This enables the brother organizations to help
each other both in college and in the business world.
The goals of our brotherhood, held foremost in mind, are to promote high
morals, scholarship and sportsmanship, and simultaneously amplify the social capabilif
ties of each and every member.
In April, the annual Spring Dinner Dance is the pinnacle of the group's social
calendar. This event, supplemented by many smokers and mixed parties in addition
to the active part played by the fraternity in intra-mural sports comprises the major
portion of the fraternities' calendar of activities for the year.
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President .,.,..., ........ ..,,. J A MES 0. GUSTAFSON
Sucrelary .,., , ....,... DWIGHT H. INFIELD
1AT6'lISIH'CI' , ....,.. ROBERT XVAGNER
The Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity, which evolved from an Engineering student
group known as the Neff Club, received its charter in 1929, and has since grown to
accept members from all three schools of the college.
The fraternity is pledged to maintain high moral, scholastic and athletic stand'
ards, and its members are encouraged to participate in all phases of school activities
to hold the spirit of fellowship and cofoperation at all times.
This organization was awarded permanent possession of the Hrst All'Sports
Trophy, by compiling the highest number of points during the 1937-1940 intramural
sports competition. The social calendar is highlighted by the annual fraternity
Pledge Banquet, and the allfschool Thanksgiving Prom.
The annual Thanksgiving Prom is usually held the last day of the Fall quarter
which is quite an ideal time as it enables students to relax and enjoy themselves
at a well planned social function.
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President ....,. . , .,.. ..,,,...,....,,.......,.. .,.,..... R E GGIE EIDNER
Vice President .......,.,,.. .,.,........,...... R AY ABE
Recording Secretary ..,..... NWALT PLUMB
Treasurer . .,.. . . ,,,,.....
The Lambda Tau Delta Fraternity was organized twentyfthree years ago and
has steadily become one of the most aggressive fraternities on the campus.
The LTD's are very proud of their three modern attractively furnished rooms
across the street from the Fenn Tower.
Benehcial activities for the school, high grades, socials, sports and good fellow'
ship constitute the fraternitys aims. For the last two consecutive years the LTD's
won the All Sports Trophy and each year the fraternity sponsors two dances, held
in Panel Hall. Also during the past year the LTD's erected and donated a sign located
between the Fenn Tower and the Foster Engineering Building, announcing coming
Other socials such as thc Founders Day Dinner and Bowling Tournament are
part of the monthly events afforded the members for a full social life at Fenn.
The fraternity culminates its year with the Annual Banquet, held at a Country
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha
Clumcellor ...............,.. . .....,.........,,.... .... . RICHARD STAUSE
Ist Vice Chancellor ., .... ......,,..,......, A L SCI-IEMPP
2nd Vice Chancellor .... .,..... G EORGE STRUTZ
Cfibber .,.,,,,....,.......,,. .,......... K ARL SYVITZER
Clerk .,....,.....,... .,........ C HANNING NOEL
Asst. Cribbw' .... ..,....., T ED STUMPHAUSER
Pi Sigma Tau Alpha was established in 1929 by twelve engineering students.
Since that time the fraternity has expanded and found it beneficial to pledge students
from the school of Arts and Science and Business Administration as well as from
the School of Engineering.
Although primarily a social fraternity, the Pi Sigs are active in all other phases
of school activities as well. The Pi Sigs vigorously support the intramural program,
sponsoring at least one team in the major sports. Also the Pi Sigs sponsor a queen
for the Harvest Prom each year. During the past five years each sponsored candidate
was elected to the finals and three of the five were chosen as Queens of the Prom.
Pi Sigma Tau sponsors the Annual Sweetheart Prom in the winter quarter
and the annual Wiiidy Hop in the Spring quarter, both as school functions. Within
the fraternity itself are many closed affairs, such as hay rides, the ever popular barn
dances, annual fraternity homecoming, gradfundergracluate picnic, pledge party, club
nights, and annual meetings.
The climax of the school year for the fraternity is the Annual Pledge Banquet
held in May. The new members, who have completed the rigorous task of pledging
the fraternity, are presented with their fraternity pins at this time.
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school at all. Wliether itls through varsity or intraf
mural sports the athlete gains self reliance, a sense of
fair play, and a feeling of good sportsmanship. These
elements are as essential as the basic theory and pracf
tical knowledge gained through classroom study.
Thouvh Fenn didn't alwa s win the memories of the
as Y 1
games and meets remain with us and spur us on to
the challenge of future seasons.
The Fenn College Athletic Staff consists of
three persons, first of which is Professor Homer
E. Woodliiig, who is the Director of Athletics,
Robert F. Busbey and Jane Pease.
Professor Woodliilg not only is Director of
Athleticsg he is basketball and baseball coach. Bob
Busbey, Fenn's AllfAmerican swimmer in 1948, is
the swimming and track coach. jane Pease is the
girls' athletic Director and also the Director of
Volunteering their services for the advancement
of athletics here at Penn College, are Charles
Simonian-fencing coach, Foster T. Miller-tennis
coach, and John W. McNeill-golf coach.
The most outstanding of Fenn's intercollegiate athletic
squad who won ten while losing only once.
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PROFESSOR HOMER E. 'WOODLING
Director of Athletics
Basketball and Baseball Coach
teams this past season was the tennis
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ROBERT F. BUSBEY JANE PEASE
Swimming and Track Conch Director of Inlrlzmurrzl Sports
Ist Row-KEN YOSHINO, RAY SACCANY, JOE FRANKHAUSER, JOHN KORMOS, DICK HICKMAN
2nd Row-HOWARD FROST, JIM ROSS, FRED KUNC, JOHN BEADLE, FRED INFIELD.
BASKETBALL SCORES '
59 .,,... ..., A lumni .. ..........,..,....,,. ,.,,.., 6 2
42 ,..... .... W Vestern Reserve ......,. .....,, 7 3
47 .,.... .,.. S teubenville ............ ....... 6 7
63 .,.... ,... K cnyon .. .,.... 64
48 ....,. ,... IV Iount Union ,,,,, ....... 6 0
39 ...,.. .... X 'oungstown ..,.,. ...,... 7 2
36 ,..... ,,.. J ohn Carroll .,..... .....,. 8 3
51 ....,. ,... A krou ,,,,,........ ....,,, 8 0
48 ...... ,,,, O berlin .. .. 52
80 ...... .,.. H iram .,.....,.,.......,..... ..,..., 7 6
41 ....,. ..., B aldwin-VVallacc ...... ....... 8 1
60 ,...., .,.. Y Voostcr .,,..........., ....... 8 6
62 ..,.,, ..,. C larion ,....,. ..... ., 80
62 .,.... .... H iram ,........,...... .,..,.. 7 9
64 ....., .,,. S lippcry Rock .. ..,.... 90
67 .,.... ,... G rove City ...,. .,..... 8 7
61 .,.... ,,,, . Ashland ,,.....,. ....... 7 5
54 ,..... ..., S teubenville .,.,...,..,.. ....... 5 3
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Front Row L. to Il. - DON PAUL, RAY KRALEY, NORB THOMPSON, PAUL SMITH, JOHN
HERTRICK, JOE FONTECCHIO.
Back Row L. to R. - COACH BUSBEY, RON DIAMOND, BOB SNEDEKER, DAN HAHN, CONRAD
SHRADER, BOB LAUFENBURGER.
RESULTS - 1952-53 SWIMMING SEASON
CASE .,............,..,....... ....
SLIPPERY ROCK ....,.. .......,
KEN YON ......,.,...,.,... .,.....,
OBERLIN ,..... ...,,.....,...............
AKRON U. ............................, .
KENT STATE U. ,...,.....,....., .
MIAMI U. .,..... .
AKRON U. .,.............. ..,.... .
OHIO U. . ,... .,... , ............ ,..,... .
LARNEGIE TECH ,...,...,,.,....
At Slippery Rock
At Bowling Green
...,....At Kent State
At Carnegie Tech
fSeason's record: 3 won, ll lost, 0 tied,
With but two returning lettermen to lead a squad predominately made up of
freshmen, our 195263 edition of the Fenn Swimming Team faced what seemed to
be a herculean task. Meeting such swimming powerhouses as Ohio U., Miami U
Bowling Green State U., and Carnegie Tech in a schedule which was one of the
longest and toughest in several years, the team performed and developed exception
ally well. In the home pool it broke even, winning three while losing a like number
However, on the road they were
unable to come through with a vicf
tory - although the outcome of
several meets was not decided until
the last event-and so finished the
season with a 34110 record.
Pacing the squad were Ray Kraf
ley, a freestyler, who amassed a total
of 114 points for the season, and
Dan Hahn, a diver, who collected 68
points. Ray, swimming his first sea'
son in competition took 14 iirsts, 13
seconds. and 3 thirds in the individf
ual races that he swam, while Dan
took 7 firsts, 6 seconds, and 1 third
in the diving.
Conrad Shrader, who along with
Dan Hahn, was one of the two
lettermen of the squad, was elected
Honorary Captain for the second
straight year. k'Connie", a back'
stroker and one of the workhorses
of the team, usually swam three
events in each meet.
In the breastroke Ron Diamond
and John Hertrick carried the colors
and broke about even in the points
they scored in their event as opposed
to the total they allowed the opposif
Freestyle proved to be the team's
strongest asset, particularly with the
improvement of freshmen Norb
Fontecchio in the distances. The
combination of Kraley, Thompson,
and Fontecchio in the 220 and 440
yard freestyle events was a sure
point getter in virtually every meet.
Bob Snedeker, Bob Laufenburfrer,
and Paul Smith, all freshmen rotmd-
ed out the freestyle team along with
Don Paul who also saw considerable
action in the 170 yard Individual
An interesting point concerning
the team and a good illustration of
their allfaround improvement is the
fact thatfalthough only three me-mf
bers had ever swam in competition
before, and eight members were
training for competition for the first
time-each member of the team col'
lected enough points and performed
well enough to receive his varsity
The outlook for next year appears
bright in that all but one of this
year's team will be back.
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TRACK SCORES 1952 SEASON
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Although the track team was unable to come home with L victory, it dis
played an excellent competitive spirit and will to win. Particularly outstanding were
Captain Tom Meehan in the hurdles, Ed Ivlartin and Ray Kraley in the 440 and
880, Bob Kirkpatrick, john Gulick, Dennis Izold, and Bob Hyland in the dashes,
and Bob Beer in the field events. Howard Zimmerman, Eugene Pawlik, Bill Cawley,
Ron Sobel, Louis Montesano and Bill Haas rounded out the squad.
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Back Row L to R - I-IANK TUSI-IAR, DON TACI-IE, JERRY SPINN, ED PROCASKY, DAVE
SUGUICHI, NICK CANCEY, HANK MOSCARINO. BILL RAIMER, COACH WVOODLING.
Front Row L to R - -IOE FRANKI-IOUSER, DAVE GREGORY, REGGIE XVISE, PAUL ASADORIAN,
JOHN GULICK. BOB SCHULTZ, HOWVIE DAVIS, JOHN FOREST, DICK VERES.
BASEBALL SCORES 1952 SEASON
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The baseball team was victor twice during the 1952 season out of seven starts.
Probably the highlight of the season was when the Foxes defeated Akron University
in a thrilling fourteen inning game which ended in a score of 2 to 1.
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Tron! Row ED BECK, COACH FOSTER MILLER MEL MIKLUS.
Second Ron GEORGE KAPPOS BOB NI KRSH ILL JOHN IJVOSHINKA,
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he Evening Division offers the
fundamentals of ll liberal education in all fields of
study in Business Administration, Engineering, Techf
nical Institute and Arts and Science Schools. It strives
to offer enjoyment, and knowledge through adult
activities and study. In summation, the purpose of the
Evening Division, as Well as the Day School, is to
advance the student and to stimulate his mind so that
he may he better prepared to meet life.
Evening Student ouncil
Evening Student Council is the governing body
of Evening Division students. Its members from
the schools of Business Administration, Engineer'
ing, Liberal Arts, and Technical Institute are
elected by popular vote in May of each year.
Council provides the financial backing for the Nite
Shift, plans afterfschool dances and social func'
tions, and sponsors n Recognition Assembly.
BARBARA ANN BAR
EARL C. DAVIDSON
ARTHUR A ND ERSON
JEAN MARIE HOECKER
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GEORGE SRA IL
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The Nite Shift is the Evening Division newspaper, published
every other week during the school year. News articles and editorials
are written by staff members and the student body.
Lambda Iota Delta
LID was founded for the purpose of promoting mutual improvement in scholar'
ship, providing social entertainment, and bring about rt closer relationship among
Evening engineering students.
Lambda Tau Sigma
LTS is an Evening school fraternity open to students from all three schools
of the college. The oldest fraternity on the campus, its objectives are to develop the
spirit of brotherhood and promote the desire for knowledge.
Kappa Sigma Upsilon
Iota Tau Lllllibdil is thc only nnticwnsnl
Sorority at Fenn College and is gm
orgzmizution for evening students manly,
The Farm chapter was organized in
Inter ratorit Council
The Intcr'Fratority Council is composed
of the president and social chairman of
member sororities and fraternities. The
Chairmanship is rotated each year.
Nlembership of the Sociology Club is
open to everyone. The activity of the Club
is to study the social problems of Cleve-
land and its vicinity. Speakers at the
meetings help to interpret various social
Alpha igma Iota
The objects of Alpha Sigma Iota are to
recognize students who have attained
a high standard of efficiency in college
activities, both scholastic and extrafcur'
ricular, and to create an organization
which will mold the sentiment of the
institution on questions of local and intere
Tau Iota Epsilon
Tw Iotn EPSIIOH membershlp IS llmlted to students at tha Teghmcil
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