Fenn College - Fanfare Yearbook (Cleveland, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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1956 1 i; 1 . : 1 This dedication will perhaps be unusual, being a dedication not to one person but to many. The 1956 Fanfare is dedicated to: the administration who work tirelessly to make Fenn a better place in which to learn; the faculty whose job it is to teach so that we may learn; the seniors who will return only in the guise of alumni; the co-op em¬ ployers who enable us to acquire the experience which sets the Fenn graduate apart; the under¬ classmen who have so far to go in so little time. To all these we dedicate this volume of the Fanfare, to the people who make up the somewhat mythical yet always real—Fenn Family. DEDICATION Jem fotter Tower is a twenty-two story structure located at East 24 and Euclid Avenue. Purchased in 1928, the Tower houses classrooms, laboratories, student lounges, administration of¬ fices, men ' s dormitory facilities and the library, cafeteria, gymnasium, and the Elwood H. Fisher swimming pool. Recent improvements have increased the facilities for both students and administration. « Claude JcAter Cuild ' my Adjacent to the Tower on Euclid Avenue, is the modern Claude Foster Building named after Cleveland ' s well-known philanthropist. There are three floors of classrooms and a fully equipped mechanical engineering laboratory in the building. The White Apartments are Fenn ' s latest acquisition of prop¬ erty located at East 24 and Chester, the Apartments may eventually be converted to dormitories. ■ ' t- IP - 11 -«S PnApect-Jem Suilctmg Soon to disappear from the Fenn campus is the Prospect-Fenn Building located adjacent to the Central YMCA at East 22nd and Pros¬ pect. The building houses thirty classrooms, ten laboratories and the Department of Co¬ operative Training. Okie IftlotcrA %uit4huj Purchased in 1953, the Ohio Motors Building is temporarily being referred to as the " West Campus. " In 1955, six class¬ rooms were opened to handle the increased enrollment. Eventu¬ ally the building will house the engineering departments, class¬ rooms, and a new cafeteria. Wm Jr Umm mm j Smz: t — 6 u E Q. ° E o o X u co CO 3 . -o c 5 ' O O c 6 cn _ x o o u c_ 0 £ 0 O u o 0) o CO ' sz X c _o 0 _0 U o CD +- C CD O CO 0) 3 JZ a +- c CD CD co CO a o u CD X I- X CD 4— a 3 CD X S X co a 0 0 x X C a 0 ' 3 c 0 o i_ 0 4- co C 0 O X _ (J 0 3 C 0 o N X o c u 0 3 X 1- § S 5 O II co 0 0 _c — 4 - _Q O c o XI 0 c_ 0 X c_ o X 3 X c _o 0 00 _0 — U 0 0 0 sz V 4— u 0 4— d 4- X i_ 0 D c JZ 0 c_ 3 0 4 — O sz 3 4— c_ X 4 — co £ O 0 4 — C _o O cn CO 0 c X y 3 1_ — 0 CL U c 0 CO 0 3 CO O O I N i_ 1— co 3 CL 0 Cl E 0 0 u JZ 4 — 0 X X f— 4- co 0 £ c 0 SZ 0 CL 4 — E c 0 0 u 0 3 C 0 o u 0 CL co O i_ CL £ O U - 0 co 4 — +- X M— (D 4— C 0 V_ d) E CD c 4 — i_ £ X 0 _o a ' 3 0 X X 0 4- cn 4 — c X c c_ 0 0 r : 0 X 3 L— CT) X 4— U C LU X c 0 L. a X 0 0 4— CO O cn c E 0 X X 4 — 3 0 ’3 X X 4 — X co c 0 c_ L. O _o O 4— O 0 0 0 X O U CO X 0 0 X 4— to CT) 0 X 0 c_ C 4— O X 0 • — CD 3 £ 0 X X co 0 h- X 1- c c O CO 0 X 0 x co 3 0 C i_ o u X O) 0 a CL 3 0 _c o X 0 o (J D) c t- X c o o Q. c c 0 a u h o o o u Ln ADMINISTRATION IP ; -- - ■ - President’ A Office President Earnest graduated from Case Tech in 1927 and served on its faculty for twenty years before coming to Fenn as the Dean of the School of Engineering. In 1953, after serving as Acting President, Earnest was officially inaugurated at the college ' s first large-scale in¬ auguration attended by representa¬ tives of well over a hundred differ¬ ent colleges and universities. Presi¬ dent Earnest has proven himself an outstanding administrator and will provide Fenn with the capable leadership needed in the years to follow. G. Brooks Earnest, M.S.C.E. Murray M. Davidson Davidson, formerly senior market re¬ search analyst at CEI has taken over the duties of former Vice-President Taylor. Davidson will supervise the capital fund campaign and will be in a supervisory ca¬ pacity for public relations and alumni re¬ lations programs. re- Howard R. Taylor, Jr., B.A. Mr. Taylor left Fenn College in February to take a position in local industry. We will all remember the fine work Mr. Taylor has done for Fenn College in the fields of fund raising and public and alumni ations. Soat 4 ItuMeeA Charles J. Stilwell Ellwood H. Fisher Kenneth W. Akers Elbert H. Baker, Jr. Edward T. Bartlett II The Warner Swasey The Fisher Bros. Co. Griswold-Eshleman Co. The Locke Machine Co. Cleveland Trust Co. Co. Howard F. Burns Harold H. Burton George S. Case, Jr. Clarence L. Collens James H. Coolidge Baker, Hostetler U. S. Supreme Court Lamson Sessions Co. Thompson Products, Inc. Patterson Herbert P. Ladds Nat’l Screw Mfg. Allen T. Perry Harshaw Chemical Co. Dr. Robert M. Stecher City Hospital Vernon B. Stouffer Stouffer Corporation Clarence M. Taylor Harris Calorific Co. James C. Hodge William R. Miller Wellman Engineering Am. Steel Wire Co. Hi George V. Woodling Woodling Krost Vollmer W. Fries White Motor Co. Clayton G. Hale Hale Hale iflembet-A Vet pictured Arthur S. Armstrong Cleveland Twist Drill Co. James H. Corey Reliance Elec. E ngr. Co. Paul E. Lees Standard Tool Company Hugh J. Morrison Aluminum Co. of America Norman F. Smith The Osborn Mfg. Co. John S. Wilbur Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. Jay W. Collins Euclid-Glenville Hospital H. Martin Huge Lorain Products Corp. G. Brooks Earnest Fenn College H. F. Meyer Meyer Dairy Products Curtis Lee Smith Cleveland Chamber of Commerce Paul R. Anders, A.B Dean of Business Administration Selma M. Montasana, B.S Dean of Women William A. Patterson Dean of Engineering David G. Parker, B.B.A. Assistant Dean of Business Administration Major B. Jenks, Ph.D. Dean of Arts and Sciences C. DeWitt Hardy, M.A. Dean of Academic Services Cc-Op fcepartwnt Elimination of the period of uncertainty following graduation is minimized or entirely avoided by the Fenn grad; through his co-op employment he has already made the difficult adjustment to the business world. Located in the center of " the best location in the nation, " Fenn is surrounded by a vast variety of service and civic institutions and industries. Cleveland is indeed the ideal city for a cooperative education college. Robert B. Auld, M.Ed. Engineering Coordinator Charles J. Haddad, B.B.A. Business Coordinator Max B. Robinson, M.E. Dean of Cooperative Training SBKfii:: 1 Thomos J. Harmon, B.B.A. Asst. Director of Admissions Lee A. Marshall, M.A Admissions Counselor Meriam C. Herrick, M.A Director of Admissions H. Robert Gemmer, B.D. Arthur P. Loegler, B.S. Vernon N. Davis, B.B.A. Director of Student Activities Director of Finance Asst. Finance Director Nicholas R. Rimboi, M.A. V. Richard Gulbenkian, Ph.D. Foster Miller, M.A. Director of Technical Institute Registrar Former Director of Student Activities faculty Wilfred C. Ahrens, B.S., C.P.A. Asst. Prof., Accounting John Arndt, Jr., M.S. Asst. Prof., Civil Engr. and Engr. Mechanics Samuel H. Berwald, LL.B., C.P.A. Chairman, Dept. Accounting Associate Prof., Accounting Lloyd C. Billings, A.M. Asst. Prof., Economics Marion D. Cooper, M.S. Professor, Electrical Engr. Frank DeMarinis, Ph.D. Chairman, Dept. Biology Associate Prof., Biology William C. Davis. B.S. Chairman, Dept. Elect. Engr. Prof. Electrical Engr. Donald C. Fabel, D. Engr. Chairman, Dept. Mech. Engr. Prof., Mech. Engineering Robert F. Busbey, B.S. Instructor, Physical Ed. Pauline Bloonuiuist, A.B. Chairman, Dept. Sec. Studies Assoc. Prof., Sec. Studies Vance Chamberlin, B.S.C., M.E. Chairman, Dept. Marketing E. Philip Earl, M.A. Asst. Prof., Physics George F. Evans, B.S. Asst. Prof., Mech. Engr. Albert N. Cousins, Ph.D. Asst. Prof., American Studies Blake Crider, Ph.D. Chairman, Dept. Psychology Prof., Psychology John A. Froebe, A.B., L.L.B. Frank J. Gallo, B.S.E. Asst. Prof., Accounting Asst. Prof., Civil Engr., Engineering Mechanics Virgil D. Hales Chairman, Dept. Eng. Drg. Associate Prof., Eng. Drg. Millard L. Jordan, M.A. Chairman, Dept. Sociology Professor Sociology Marie E. Faust, A.B. Instructor, Secretarial Studies John Gilbert McGrew, Ph.D. Chairman, Dept. Economics Chester J. Kishel, B.S. Asst. Prof., Mech. Engr. John C. Matthews, Ph.D. Chairman, Dept. Education Asst. Prof., Education Karl David Kelley, M.S. Professor, Mathematics John W. McNeill, M.A. Chairman, Dept. Management Wm. Franklin Moore, Ph.D., B.D. Asst. Prof., Sociology Lad A. Pasiut, Ph.D. Jane Pease, M.A. Dwight L. Penney, B.S. Professor, Chemistry Asst. Prof., Physical Ed. Instructor, Mech. Engr, Francis V. Higgins, M.S. Asst. Prof., Civil Engr., Engr. Mechanics Anne Billington Hisey, B.S.M. Asst. Prof., Music Michael J. Phillips, M.S.C.E. Assoc. Prof., Civil Engr. and Engr. Mechanics Richard B. Small, A.M. Asst. Prof., Modern Languages Marion B. Tolar, M.S. Chairman, Dept. Math. Professor, Math. Randolph C. Randall, A.M. Robert W. Schindler, M.S. Chairman, Dept. English Assoc. Prof., Electrical Engr. Professor, English Charles H. Springer, M.S. Instructor, Chemistry Aaron J. Teller, Ph.D. Chairman, Chemical Engr. Assoc. Prof. Chem. Engr. H. E. Woodling, M.A. Marian Wozencraft, M.A. Chairman, Dept. Health, and Asst. Prof., Elementary Physical Education Education Walter R. Van Voorhis, Ph.D. Professor, Mathematics Donald R. Tuttle, Ph.D. Professor, English Kenneth S. Sherman, B.S.E.E. Assoc. Prof., Electrical Engr. Demetrios Theodore, Ph.D. Associate Prof., Economics Sarah Ruth Watson, Ph.D. Associate Prof., English ' faculty IfletnberA Hot pictured James Alan Bard, Ph.D., Asst. Prof. Psychology Frank J. Bockhoff, M.S., Asst. Prof. Chemical Engineering Martha E. Bonham, A.M., Instructor, English William Cherubini, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. English Leopold W. Haas, A.M., Instructor, English Ernest C. Harris, M.S., Chairman Dept. Civil Eng. Eng. Mech., Prof. Civil Eng. Eng. Mech. Royal M. Hochner, M.S., Asst. Prof. Mechanical Engineering Joseph W. Ink, M.A., Instructor, History Harold E. Morgan, Ph.D., Chairman Dept. Physics, Prof. Physics George H. Mouck, B.S., Professor, Accounting G. Brant Shoemaker, Jr., A.M., Instructor, English George W. Srail, M.A., Chairman Dept, of Speech Dramatic Arts, Assoc. Prof. Speech Dramatic Arts Doretta C. Thielker, M.A., Assoc. Prof. Nursing Science Chester W. Topp, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Mathematics Ching Chang Tsao, Ph.D., Asst. Prof. Chemical Eng. William H. Wishmeyer, M.A., Asst. Prof. English John H. Ziegler, M.B.A., C.P.A., Assoc. Prof. Accounting David Herlacher, MA., Instructor, Mathematics Allen W. Brunson, M.A., Asst. Prof. Mathematics Chester W. Topp, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Mathematics Henry Unruh, Jr., M.S., Instructor, Physics Urban F. von Rosen, C.P.A., Professor, Accounting Fred Sheibley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Chemistry Emil J. Stefancic, B.A., B.S.L.S. Librarian William V. Ryan, M.S.L.S. Circulation Librarian lino Elizabeth Beam, B.S.L.S. Reference Librarian Dorothy H. Loomis, B.S. Library Cataloger Alice M. Speeker Bookstore Manager Harold R. Glaze Supt. Buildings and Grounds Grace Dyer Wright Housemother, Men’s Dormitory Leota Bligh Cain Manager of Food Service Ola I. Twerl Purchasing Agent Mary J. S. Magee, B.S. College Nurse George A. Leech, M.A. Richard H. Stause, B.B.A. George B. Simon, Litt. B Louise Kulka Dir. of Personnel Development Alumni Secretary Archivist Public Relations Department SENIORS George Ajemian, B.S. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Choir. Soccer. Raul Alomar, B.C.E. Student Dorm Council. A.S.C.E. Intramurals. A. J. Alinn, B.C.E. Horry P. Altman, B.B.A. S.A.M. Marketing Assoc. Dorm Council. Senior Class Officer. Charles F. Andrews, B.B.A. Franklin W. Aust, Jr., B.B.A. Michael Baranovic, B.S.M.E. Evening Student Council. Lambda Iota Delta. Ralph W. Barnes, B.M.E Iota Eta. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. I.F.C. Intramurals. Thomas H. Basler, B.A. German Club. F.T.A. Student Christian Union. John J. Beclay, B.B.A Newman Club. Intramural Sports. £ehieM 7lct Pictured Edward J. Carr, B.B.A. Raymond Thomas Chapek, B.B.A. John Thomas Flippen, B.B.A. Joseph James Gagan, B.B.A. John E. Irvins, B.B.A. Robert James Janoch, B.B.A. Joseph Paul Kish, Jr., B.B.A. Robert Fairchild Larson, B.B.A. Harlan Ralph Martens, B.B.A. Dominic Donald Monteleone, B.B.A. Malcolm G. Morrison, B.B.A. Lewis Robert Peck, B.B.A. Frank J. Pink, B.B.A. Bruce C. Reed, B.B.A. Robert C. Ringler, B.B.A. Edward A. Robinson, B.B.A. Alois Anton Sedlak, B.B.A. Leonard R. Stone, B.B.A. Walter William Watkins, B.B.A. Esther Stone Leach, B.A. Charles F. Krakora, B.S. Norman Walter Soskey, B.S. Robert D . Gillis, B.CH.E. Jack C. Vogt, B.CH.E. Nick F. Cangey, Jr., B.C.E. Enrique E. Danies, B.C.E. Myron Jaremko, B.C.E. Frank Ralph Balish, B.E.E. Leonard B. Barrett, B.E.E. Steven J. Bucker, B.E.E. William T. Harrigill, Jr., B.E.E. Edward Francis McBrien, B.E.E. George S. Pablic, B.E.E. Raymond Emerson Schaeffer, B.E.E. Donald H. Sinclair, B.E.E. Harold Alfred Thomas, B.E.E. Robert L. Chorman, B.S.M.E. George J. Fink, B.S.M.E. Rober Eugene First, B.M.E. Ted Tibor Fleischman, B.M.E. Harley C. Gibbs, B.S.M.E. John Richard Kowalyk, B.S.M.E. Maurice Senkfor, B.M.E. David G. Minick, B.MET.E. Marvin J. Molny, B.E.S. Judson T. Bennett, B.M.E. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Men’s Dorm Scholarship Committee. Intramural Swimming. Cauldron. Dorm Proctor. Men’s Dorm Council. Fencing. Agnes Binder, B.S. Gamma Nu Sigma. Cauldron. Intramurals. William Van Bishop, B.B.A. Henry J. Bittel, B.C.E. Myrtle Bell Blakely, B.S. Alpha Kappa Alpha. F.T.A. Silhouettes. Martin J. Boyle, B.B.A. Donald J. Bruening, B.M.E. A.S.M.E. Newman Club. Norman D. Bushey, B.B.A. S.A.M. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Intramurals. Enid Edwards Callahan, B.B.A. Robert L. Carle, B.B.A. Alpha Chi. Merril J. Cermak, B.M.E. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Intramural Bowling. Elbert W. Cloytor, B.B.A. Raymond J. Champa, B.M.E. Lambda Tau Delta. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. Varsity Tennis. F Club. Intramural Sports. John Coleman, B.B.A. Vincent R. Coleman, B.B.A. Lambda Tau Sigma. Student Council. Jack Curie, B.B.A. Glenn R. Ekers, B.M.E. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. James R. Crook, B.B.A. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Men’s Dorm Council. Choir. Fanfare. Cauldron. Jerome Deinhart, B.B.A. Tau Kappa Epsilon. S.A.M. Newman Club. Intramural Sports. John G. Ewashinka, B.S.E.E. Varsity Tennis. Intramurals. A.I.E.E. I.R.E. Phillip Flewelling, B.C.E. Richard H. Frantz, B.C.E. Tau Beta Pi. Intramural Sports. A.S.C.E. James C. Garman, B.M.E. Pi Sigma Tau. A.S.M.E. Peter Gaughan, B.B.A. Robert L. Gesten, B.B.A. Eugene Frank, B.C.E. Newman Club. A.S.C.E. Student Council Represen¬ tative. Howard H. Frost, B.CH.E. Cauldron. Intramural Sports. A.C.S. A.I.Ch.E. Varsity Basketball. Dorm Council. F Club. Frederick J. Gasser, B.B.A. Men’s Dorm Council. Cauldron. Fanfare. Alpha Chi. Wing and Torch. Student Council. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Intramural Sports. Donald M. Gedeon, B.B.A. Louis W. Gittinger, B.B.A. S.A.M. Intramural Sports. Pi Sigma Tau. Psychology Club. Marketing Assoc. Frederick W. Glaser, B.M.E. John G. Harmath, B.B.A. Lambda Tau Sigma. Evening Student Council. Nite Shift. Intramural Sports. Outdoor Club. A.I.I.E. George R. Golem, B.C.E. A.S.C.E. David D. Gregory, B.M.E. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. Varsity Baseball. Edward J. Gruber, B.S.M.E. Lambda Iota Delta. A.S.M.E. Harry Hansen, B.B.A. S.A.M. Richard D. Harris, M.E. James F. Harssema, Lambda Tau Delta. B.S.M.E. Fencing Team. Sailing Club. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Albert J. Hauch, B.M.E. Lambda Tau Delta. Inter-Fraternity Council. Tau Beta Pi. Intramural Sports. A.S.M.E. Robert W. Haver, B.B.A. Fenn Booster Club. Lambda Tau Delta. Etta M. Hawkins, B.S. in Ed. John M. Hean, B.B.A. Lambda Tau Sigma. Alpha Sigma Iota. Evening Student Council. John A. Hertrick, B.B.A. Newman Club. Swimming Team. Harry E. Holmes, B.B.A. Nicholas Hrivnak, B.B James J. Hudak, B.C.E. Lambda Tau Delta. Student Council. A.S.C.E. Cauldron. Intramurals. Joan M. Hujar, B.S. Beta Sigma Omicron Wing and Torch. Senior Class Officer. Fenn Cheerleader. Choir. Fenn Players. Sociology Club. Milan E. Ivancic, B.M.E. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Student Council. Lawrence J. Jarkewicz, B.S.M.E. Lambda Iota Delta. Intramurals. John Kason, B.S. Robert A. Kinxer, B.S.E.E. William F. Klinger, B.M.E. Clifford L. Koch, B.S.E.E. John J. Kolenich, B.B.A. Lamda Tau Delta. Alpha Chi. Senior Class Officer. Intramurals. Newman Club. Robert William Korns, B.B.A. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Richard R. Krause, B.C.E. A.S.C.E. Intramurals. Robert G. Koenig, B.E.E. A.I.E.E. Newman Club. Charles J. Kolesnicky, B.B.A. William W. Kosko, B.M.E. Lambda Iota Delta. Senior Class Officer. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. Harry J. Lesko, B.B.A. Richard C. Lescovec, B.M.E. Lambda Tau Delta. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Intramurals. Phillip F. Lewis, B.A. Walter K. Malek, B.B.A. Nite Shift. Cauldron. Student Council. Lambda Tau Sigma. Intramural Sports. Russell L. Marxen, B.B.A. Intramurals Flying Club. Alfonso F. Meketarian, B.S.S.E. Evening Student Council Lambda Iota Delta. Nite Shift. A.S.C.E. Intramurals. Robert W. Leverenz, B.B.A. S.A.M. Fenn Choir. Trowel Club. William D. McNeilly, B.B.A. Richard Wood Manchester, B.C.E. A.S.C.E. Intramurals. Jack R. Mienke, B.E.E. Lambda Tau Delta. Engineers Joint Council. A.I.E.E. Wing and Torch. Choir. Band. Cauldron. Intramurals. Varsity Track. Ronald M. Mozxetti, B.B.A. Pi Sigma Tau. Intramurals. Student Council. Newman Club. Pancratius D. Mrachko, B.C.E. Student Council. Lambda Tau Delta. Intramurals. A.S.C.E. Roger H. Nece, B.M.E. Evening Student Council. Lambda Iota Delta. Alpha Sigma Iota. A.S.M.E. Senior Class Officer. Dominick Orlando, B.E.E. A.I.E.E. I.R.E. Rosetta Evelyn Patton, B.S. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. F.T.A. Hasel D. Redden, B.A. Edna M. Rich, B.S. Thomas C. Rusnak, B.B.A. Douglas Howard Sawin, B.M.E. Lambda Tau Delta. Tau Beta Pi. S.A.E. A.S.M.E. Engineers Joint Council. Dorm Council. Franklyn R. Schubert, B.C.E. Fenn Choir. Intramurals. A.S.C.E. I.V.C.F. Flying Club. Robert A. Schulz, B.M.E. Lambda Tau Delta. Inter-Fraternity Council. A.S.M.E. S.A.E. Intramurals. Robert D. Schultz, B.C.E. Varsity Swim Team. Sailing Club. Varsity Track. Robert L. Sinek, B.C.E. A.S.C.E. , ... _ , . Intramurals. F Club. Edward W. bchirmer, C l asg officer. Band. William G. Shafer, B.B.A. B.M.E. Newman Club. Francis W. Sittley, B.B.A. n E. Skonieczny, B.M.E. John A. Smerillo, B.S. Robert H. Smith, B.B.A. Richard A. Soucie, B.E.E. Richard E. Speece Lamda Tau Delta. Nite Shift. A.I.E.E. I.V.C.F. Intramurals. A.S.M.E. Lambda Tau Sigma. Evening Student Council. Engineers Joint Council. Tau Beta Pi. A.S.C.E. Student Council. Choir. Class Officer. Dormitory Council. Intramurals. Christy Spoa, B.B.A. Pi Sigma Tau. Intramurals. Cauldron. Choir. Patricia A. Stealey, B.B.A Beta Sigma Omicron. Alpha Chi. Wing and Torch. Cauldron. Fanfare. Topper. S.A.M. Student Council. Intramurals. Richard D. Stock, B.M.E Intercollegiate Bowling. Lambda Tau Delta. I.F.C. Student Council. Intramurals. A.S.M.E. Gerald M. Strohm, B.B.A Senior Class Officer. Lambda Tau Sigma. Nite Shift. Evening Student Council Outdoor Club Intramurals. Richard Paul Veres, B.E.E. A.I.E.E. Iota Eta. I.F.C. Intramurals. Richard R. Staimpel, B.B.A. Donald W. Stenzel, B.C.E A.S.C.E. Francis W. Stockdale, B.B.A. Joseph J. Utrata, B.B.A Carl Volk, B.B.A Mark J. Woodruff, B.E.E. Tau Beta Pi. A.I.E.E. I.R.E. Engineers Joint Council. Frank A. Yakovac, A.B. Choir. Fredrick B. Wahl, B.M.E. William H. Wells, B.B.A. Eugene G. Walker, B.M.E A.S.M.E. S.A.E. Lambda Iota Delta. Intramurals. Lucius H. Wilson, Jr., B.B.A. Merle M. Wysock, B.CH.E Tau Beta Pi. Iota Eta. A.I.Ch.E. : £tu4ent IflurAincj The second year of Fenn ' s student nursing program was as great a success as the first. The program offers not only a nursing education but a sound back¬ ground in the Arts and Sciences. Practical experience is gained through for fellow¬ ship periods at Huron Road Hospital. This gives the nurses an opportunity to participate in the extra activities of college life. Edminston J. Urschei E. Fought P. Bertha Mrs. Hulda Merkle, Director Left to Right: First Row: A. Potenza, B. Black, G. Weis, N. Auer. Second Row: J. Lamb, M Cummins, D. Laird, G. Sandstrom. Third Row: A. Ridenour, R. Belden, P. Emrich, Al Hallstrom N. Meinke N. Gilmore M. Mah E. Evans E. Ford G. Martony 1 ' Wt • ' Bfe, -V i flfff ■ : W i J B8 h j? i w $ ' P j ■PP 4 f. ■T 1 V 1 TL1 ifflL SJg . Bpllm w ™» mr f I nL V- f Ik s junior A W. Gest B. Kline N. Debron J. Haselow L. Kornokovich B. Stasko P. Young J. L. Hatch E. Hodina R. Blaha L. Cantwell C. Ineman R. Skinner C. Chermely — _ _ R. Schmotzer D. Boduroff M. Mihalsky R. Arnold D. Hummel J. Clayton J. Huprich B. Baumgardner A. Straka D. Goss B. Kietch B. Dubensky C. Richetti B. Anti , % |r = 5i - — M 2 Ai V 1 in ■ y vjr- ' pVpin " , i i L r ' L. " 1M 1 1 ,, - H kL, J ., y» £ y UUSs s . Jr ir t- 0 : J % ■MMm, ‘W- fk ■ t J L ' ■ " Tri.- i-jtyr C. Laco R. Schneider D. Zulewski C. Lawrence H. Korschewitz Pre-junior A M. Stayerman M. Kozma E. Thompson C. Doskocil A. Yankovich M. Hepler B. Meilander J. Hirko J. Kloss R. Pastor R. Bojanski R. Jones D. Sheats C. Burks D. Frank ' - ■ M. Rosser J. Loesch R. Grove E. Gabaric M. Thomas Hvfl Uiiff a 3 f N. Barber J. Sielatyck M. Jones C. Good S. Cimino P. Reeves P. Carson M. Foster C. Dyer H. Whitmore U. Schlamme J. Lamb P. Edmonson E. Rericha T. Galbato AW |R§MP| t ■ , «• ,® r i ?5s l ! ’ ' fK WjBKL Mi jp lllllltll ' " 4 V, ' ' ? JB Martin L. Lownsbury M. Helper Eterovich Woods Bock Pelser J. Bauer N. Gilmore V. Schultz R. Pelser F. Brokaw Seta £i ftna OwcrcH Seta ftu Chapter The Beta Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority became the first National Panhellenic Sorority on Campus on October 16, 1954. This chapter was formed from the Lambda Sigma Chi Sorority which had been chartered, as a local, since 1934. The members of Beta Mu uphold the ideals of fine character, high scholarship, active interest in the community, gracious social life, congeniality and comradeship. This chapter also sponsors the Porthole Dance and the Coronation Ball. J. Hujar B. Baumgardner J. Prather C. Doskocil P. Stealey C. MacDonald N. Gilmore V. Schultz C. Pesecky D. Sheats M. Graham D. Sheats G. Reynolds (jamma tfu £igtna Gamma Nu Sigma was chartered in 1937. The purpose of this group is the promotion of good scholarship, fellowship, and an active interest in the problems of today. Today ' s active members are striving to uphold their purpose by being active participants in other Fenn activities and maintaining high scholastic standings. L. Rizzola P. Young B. Stasko A. Binder S. Joseph M. Thorpe H. Adams G. Koby A. Brown JJcta [au iatntufa The Theta Chapter of lota Tau Lambda became the first national sorority organized in the Day Division on July 31, 1954. The purpose of this newest group is to instill sisterly love among its members, to encourage the de¬ velopment of spiritual, material and mental welfare of its members, and to be a service to an integral part of the College. J. Celebreeze R. Skinner N. Hebron Miss Beam M. Milhalsky A. Cantwell D. Boduroff J)cta Cta E. Mieskoski R. Shubert R. Welling Chartered in 1926, lota Eta is the first fraternity on the Fenn Campus. The purposes of their brotherhood are to promote high morals, scholarship, sportsmanship, and simultaneously amplify the social capabilities of each and every member. The pinnacle of the group ' s social calendar is their annual Spring Dinner Dance in April. D. Mandalfino J. Grysban B. Bleichrodt H. Lutz B. Griesmer S. Jozwiak Happa foelta Phi Originally organized as the " Neff Club " , an Engineering Group, this group became a social fraternity in 1929 and has since grown to accept members from all three schools. The fraternity is pledged to maintain high moral, scholastic, and athletic standards; and its members are encouraged to participate in all phases of school activities. E. Graney J. Fonteccio R. Moomy m Of 1 „ -i|T JT R. Spagnola S. Sarkisian F. Roan J. Primeau R. Thomas D. Smeallie R. Swilik J. Toth M. Corrigan R. Verderber J. Hudak P. Mrachko J. Kolenich E. Schirmer J. Cossel J. Meinke D. Sawin D. Drager J. Skonieczny R. Harris M. Riek R. Laufenburger R. Verderber A. Hauch N. Muskovac D. Hudnall R. Schul tamMa fau he It a During the past year, the members of Lambda Tau Delta celebrate their 25th year of association with Fenn College. Beneficial activities for the school, scholastic achievements, sports, and good fellowship constitute the fraternity ' s aims. This group has won the All-Sports Trophy for the last four consecutive years and in 1954, won the Fine Arts Trophy. D. Behrman J. Carlson C. Dahlberg H. Ingmire P. Mikolaj D. Mokren R. Lescovec R. Millspaugh R. Stock R. Champa D. Sutch D. Bishop B. Hady S. Balogh G. Monks R. Chaffe, F. Kadycewski, D. Nickolette, E. Gleason, R. Schuller K. Kramp, D. Havel, B. Lamb Pi £iqw lau Pi Sigma Tau was established in 1929 by twelve engineering students. Since that time, the fraternity has expanded and now pledges students from all three schools. Although primarily a social fraternity, the Pi Sigs vigorously support the intramural sports program and activities of the College. This group sponsors the Sweetheart Prom and Windy Hop. W. McLaughlin R. Myotte R. Hummel W. Kucera R. Bathen A. Gretzmer D. Pliske J. Smetana R. Neely i J. Haicak A. Gretzmier A. Monile H. Crabb G. Farnsworth B. Dulskis Mom Lynn R. Rekittke D. Sabol J. Shannon R. Mozzetti C. Spoa V. Lombardo R. Bear W. Martin J. Sulentich D. Petrasek A. Straka D. Hilliard J. Crook R. Staimpel W. Gest H. Steen J. Kormos H. Korschewitz F. Gasser D. Force J. Gundzik N. Bushey Im- ' 7au Kappa CpAilcn faelta CpAitch Chapter Delta Epsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon holds the distinction of being the only national social fraternity at Fenn. This group owns its own house at 1831 East 27th Street and Chester. Its members are encouraged to be active in every phase of school activities. The fraternity, also, sponsors the Harvest Prom and Moonlight Terrace. J. Lyons J. Deinhart B. Mestek B. Paul B. Bartlett C. Laco T. Kowalski D. Linden R. Schneider J. Huprich R. Korns JjHterJwwitif Council This Council is composed of the Presidents and the Pledge Mistresses of the three Day Division Sororities. The Dean of Women acts as the Council ' s impartial mediator and advisor. The main purposes of this group are to transact business which is to the general interest of the member sororities, to maintain harmonious relationships between sororities and student body, to establish rules and regulations for pledging, and to further harmonious relationships between the sororities. The three participating members are: Beta Sigma Omicron, Gamma Nu Sigma, and lota Tau Lambda. J}h terfratetHitif Council First organized in 1929, the council is composed of three members (the president and two elected representatives) from each of the five active fraternities. The main purposes of the council are to maintain harmonious relation¬ ships between fraternities, between the fraternities and other groups on the campus; to establish rules and regulations for pledging; and to execute all interfraternity functions. The participating members of the council are: lota Eta, Kappa Delta Phi, Lambda Tau Delta, Pi Sigma Tau, and Tau Kappa Epsilon. — ACTIVITIES fray £tu4ent Council The Council is the student governing body of the Day Division. As such, it is dedicated to securing high standards L. Kornokovich, President of scholarship, promoting good fellow¬ ship, encouraging extracurricular activi¬ ties and developing civic conscientious¬ ness among the members of the college. Among its activities the Council controls and disburses activities fees, conducts bi-annual instructor ratings, co-operates with the faculty in formulating an assembly program, provides student guides for open houses, sponsors an annual student union fund raising event, and schedules and regulates advertising for student-sponsored functions. P. Morozko P. Stealey N. Hebron E. Schirmer J. Carlson Standing; A. Meklus, R. Gemmer, P. Young Seated; L. Kornokovich, B. Stasko J. Hatch B. Helwig T. Sawyer R. Pelser B. Pelser J. Prather Cauldron The Cauldron is the bi-weekly student publi¬ cation, organized in 1929. It attempts to give facts, cover sports, relay gossip and all items of interest. Under the able direction of the journalism coach, William Faulkner, students learn the art and science of reporting while helping to put out an excellent college newspaper. J. Kohler D. Hardy T. Stull D. Sabol, Editor-in-Chief L. Kornokovich, Bus. Mgr. B. Baumgardner D. Sabol Stealey R. Pelser L. Gymer M. Milhalsky R. Martin M. Zentak B. McLaughlin P. B. Stasko B. Pelser ' Jahfare This year the Fanfare celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary as the Fenn College yearbook. As always, the staff has attempted to prepare a pictorial record of student life at Fenn that will hold many happy memories in the years ahead. Supported by Student Council, the yearbook is distributed free of additional charge to all members of the student body. R. Martin L. Kornokovich, Bus. Mgr. Editor .J. L. Hatch Business Mgr.L. Kornokovich Advertising Mgr.S. Aquila Asst. Advertising Mgr.B. Stasko Associate Editor.W. Mclntire Literary Editor.P. Stealey Fraternity-Sorority Editor .P. Herrick Senior Editor.J. Kalish Patron Editor.R. Shelley Circulation Mgr.R. Martin Sports Editor.D. Mokren Photographer.W. Lohnes, D. Nordberg Advisor.V. Chamberlin Typists.R. Pelser, B. Pelser, L. Gymer, J. Sherz J. Hatch B. Pelser P. Herrick B Stasko L. Kornokovich J. Kalish R. Shelley L 1 Ij 1 1 St ' R. Beck, A. Cantwell, J. Caruso, A. Liscynski B. Baumgartner, B. Dobransky, M. Sacerich, D. Pournaris, H. Whitmore, R. Martin W. Wyke Jetth Placet A Since the last issue of the Fanfare, the Players have added three more hits to their outstanding record—a summer melodrama and two stage productions. Under the direction of Professor George Srail, students learn both the on-stage and behind-the-scene ends of the dramatic profession, while providing worthwhile entertainment for the student body. Melodrama V Winy and Torch Throughout the past twenty-five years, those students who have proved themselves outstanding in extra-curricular activities, have been honored by membership in Wing and Torch. A point system is used to evaluate participation in various student groups. When a prospective member has earned the pre¬ scribed minimum, his application is reviewed by the group ' s execu¬ tive board before an invitation to join is extended. Alpha Chi Those upperclass students in the School of Business Administration who exhibit outstanding scholastic records are invited to become members of Alpha Chi, an honorary scholastic society. The group also honors the outstanding B. A. sophomore by engraving his name on a plaque which hangs in Panel Hall. lau Seta Pi Fenn ' s Engineering School honors its students who are outstanding in the academic area with membership in Tau Beta Pi. This is one of the oldest and largest national engineering honor associations. Each successful candidate must have a cumulative of 3.0 and must submit a paper on some pertinent engineering topic. Fenn College is privileged to have a chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fra¬ ternity. One of the largest national Groups, A-Phi-0 came onto the campus in 1949. Membership is open to all male students who have previous training in Scouting and a de¬ sire to render service to others. As a service organization it does not prohibit membership in a social fraternity. The group sponsors the annual Ugly Man Contest to raise money for the March of Dimes. Outstanding among its activities is the Used Books Store. Within the fraternity itself, there are many social events, such as house parties, atten¬ dance at concerts and dances, theater parties, and dinners. At the end of each year, the members look back on these events with fond memories. Alpha Phi Ojmecfa mi! mmmL:.. i ■ " the Che it The Choir serves a dual purpose: its members benefit from vocal training they receive and the college benefits from the entertainment it is provided. The Choir gives an operetta annually, sings for Open House and com¬ mencement and gives a musical program in the holiday seasons of Christ¬ mas and Easter. Alpha pAi Omega Those Fenn Players who have accumulated the prescribed num¬ ber of entrance points are honored with membership in the national honorary dramatic society, Alpha Psi Omega. Points are earned through participation, either in acting roles or off-stage activities, in the dramatic productions. 0 Club Those students who have been awarded the varsity " F " for com¬ petition in sports, compose the membership of the F Club. The group, since its founding in 1931, has promoted appreciation for and stimulated interest in Fenn ' s athletics. Those students who are majoring in education or who are other¬ wise interested in a teaching career, form the membership of FTA. This group is a branch of the National Education Association and the Ohio Education Association. Fenn ' s Chapter helps its members to become familiar with the profession ' s history, ideals, and methods, thus helping them to become better educators. Marketing Association The Fenn Marketing Association is a student affiliate of the American Marketing Association. The group offers its members the opportunity to hear excellent speakers discuss the field of marketing and enables them to enjoy social contacts with others interested in a career in marketing. The Club ' s annual September dance is fast becoming an important part of Fenn ' s social calendar. future Teachers Otf America Jem Jlifiny Club The newest chartered organization on campus is the Flying Club. This organization, open to all students, encourages and promotes knowledge of the field of modern aviation. It makes it possible for all club members to learn to fly at a nominal cost in the group-owned plane. failing Club Although one of the newer student organizations, the Sailing Club has proved to be one of the most popular groups. Incorporated by the State of Ohio and holding membership in the Midwest Col¬ legiate Sailing Association, the Club sails in competition with colleges such as Notre Dame, Michigan State, Oberlin and Baldwin-Wallace. The Protestant students meet together in student-planned and student-led programs of worship and religious study in an attempt to seek together the answers to the great questions of life. Through the Student Christian Union, members develop a meaningful personal philosophy of life and are provided an opportunity to take part in service activities and good recreation. tertfarAitif ChriAtian JellcutAkip The Fenn Chapter of I.C.F. meets with those chapters of other colleges and nursing schools in the Cleveland area in an attempt to meet campus life on a Christian basis. The I.C.F. sponsors Bible studies, led by students, on a weekly basis, and the chapter joins together monthly for a social function. £tuofent ChHAtian Union £ccietif {for tfdtaHcemeht cfi jftanac etneHt Chartered by the national organization, Fenn ' s student branch of the S.A.M. was formed in 1953. This professional group promotes the principals of management and supplements class room study with publications and speakers on new techniques, procedures, and meth¬ ods being used in the management field. jfacmitwij Council The boys living in the dorm elect those residents they wish to represent them on the Dorm Council. As officiating board of the dorm, the Council promotes the general welfare of the residents, redeems tax stamps to raise money for an annual scholarship pre¬ sented to a dorm boy, and sponsors a bi-annual welcome dance for new Fenn students. The Council also encourages the residents of the Tower dorm to participate in intramural sports. Engineer ioint Council The Joint Council welds the vorious technical, scientific, and engineering organizations at Fenn together so that a cooperative effort is exerted to increase the services of the individual groups to their own members. American Qn titute cfi Electrical Engineer The A.I.E.E., chartered as a student branch of the national or¬ ganization, is dedicated to furthering the student ' s education in the field of electrical engineering and giving him an opportunity to take active participation in a professional organization. The group, open to both day and evening students, has an extensive speaker program. flmeHcan £ccietij C,Ml nqineerA The A.S.C.E. has the distinctive honor of being the oldest pro¬ fessional organization on the Fenn College campus, having received its charter in 1937. The Society promotes interest in the fields of Structural and civil engineering by supplementing class room study. £ccietif cjf utomcWe £nefiHeer4 Promoting the practices connected with the design, construction, and utilization of automotive apparatus; presenting a proper per¬ spective of engineering work, and acquainting student members with the personnel and activities of the national S.A.E., are the goals of Fenn ' s student branch of the Society of Automotive Engineers. tfmericah ccietif fjflechanical HgineerA A.S.M.E. broadens the student ' s acquaintance with the practical side of mechanical engineering in addition to advancing their theo¬ retical knowledge of the field. Membership is open to all Day and Evening Division students in the School of Engineering who have an interest in this field. J QnAtitute cf{ adh HgiheerA The I.R.E. is open to all engineering students who are interested in electronics and communications. The Fenn Chapter furthers the professional development of its student members by increasing their knowledge of theory and practice relating to electronics, communi¬ cations, and other related fields. Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s Harvest Prom officially commences the Fenn social season. On October 8, Ruth Yurkschatt, candidate of Beta Sigma Ornicron and Pi Sigma Tau, received a crown of red carnations (the Teke official flower) as Queen of the Harvest Prom. The dance was held at the Wade Park Manor. The Night School Student Council initiates the Christmas vacation with the Christmas Ball. On December 16 Rose Marie Suing candidate of the Newman Club became the Night School Holly Queen while Fran Brokaw sponsored by Beta Sigma Omicron was chosen as Day School Holly Queen. The centrally located Olmsted Hotel Marine Room was the loca¬ tion of the affair. C h r I t a A a l On Thanksgiving eve, Beta Sigma Omicron and Kappa Delta Phi sponsored their 15th annual dance. Formerly known as the Thanksgiving Prom, the dance now features the crowning of a Kampus King. This year, Tau Kappa Epsilon candidate Emil Vidic received the honor. The spacious Carter Hotel Ballroom was the location of the royal court. There couldn ' t be a more fitting way to celebrate Valentine ' s Day than by electing the Sweethearts of Fenn at the Pi Sigma Tau annual Sweetheart Prom. In the lovely Lake Shore Country Club, Ronnie Schultz and Wayne Gest, candidates of Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity were this year ' s honored couple. fi. C. Cccnwif £uh All-School picnic Jrej tmah Camp Jratemtu and £crmtij Card £ina The Sand WaA Sack ' Hemet Wcodling flight and Homecoming H. E. Woodling G. Rung Athletic fcepartmeht Fenn College has a competent athletic staff which is headed by Professor Homer E. Woodling, who also serves as baseball coach. Bob Busbey, Fenn ' s All American swimmer, serves as swimming and track coach. Jane Pease is the Director of Intramural Sports and girl ' s Athletic Director. George Rung coaches basketball and Chuck Simonian is fencing coach. Foster T. Miller—tennis coach and John McNeill—golf coach, have volun¬ teered their services for the promotion of sports at Fenn. Jane Pease B. Busbey C. Simonean Left to right: B. O ' Connell, F. Mignoli, D. Yontz, H. Frost, F. Infield, G. Rung, Coach; J. Harper, B. Dulskis, R. Baker, D. Moore. Schedule SaAketMl 19SS-S6 Fenn Opponents 60 Western Reserve 82 55 Kenyon 81 54 Mount Union 109 ' 61 Case 79 68 Oberlin 91 74 Cedarville 72 69 Clarion 79 71 Ashland 96 62 John Carroll 119 63 Grove City 87 57 Hiram 62 81 Ohio Northern 68 83 Wooster 76 61 Allegheny 68 76 Western Reserve 88 67 Hiram 79 76 Buffalo State 83 61 Slippery Rock 95 Won 3 Lost 15 Coach George J. Rung First Row: A. Galbraith, Paul Holowczak, Eugene Palka, Jim Hessel, John McGrath. Second Row: Cyril Mills, Ken Dean, Janis Krumins, Chuck Anderson, Denny Behrman, Carl Wagner, George Kapp, Eugene Nebesh. Third Row: Jack Marshall, Coach; Bob Hughes, Bengt Meyer, Adam Pintz, Dave Clark, Don Johnson, Bobo Huryn, Bill Hady. Back Row: Bill Dick, Karl Kurz. Schedule £cccer I9SS-S6 Opponents 4 3 4 0 0 0 Coach Jack Marshall Fenn 5 Case 7 University School 4 Akron University 5 Western Reserve 5 Akron University 5 Western Reserve Won 5 Lost 0 Tied 1 5 , 9 1 WBBSBSm ‘ivzfc ; SOCCER SEASON OPENS AGAINST AKRON Fenn Booters Win Three Straight; “Bobo” And Wagner Spark Squad ________ Soccer Team Undefeated This Season Score Tie And Win Over Akron Soccer Team Triumphs Over WRU Finishes Season With Perfect Record WKm Front Row: D. Nordberg, R. Deeter, R. Horned, B. Wagner, D. Gurnik. Second Row: R. Randall, L. Riley, H. Berndt, G. Paxson, J. Kerner, R. Todd, B. Bodnovich, A. Kleinschneitz. Third Row: R. Busbey, D. Smeallie, J. Petrus, D. Bishop, G. Landgrabe. Schedule £u ' Wtnfaq I9SS-S6 Fenn Opponents 34 Case 49 21 Allegheny 54 17 Buffalo State 67 21 University of Buffalo 63 31 Grove City 53 24 Kenyon 60 35 Kent 49 52 Wittenburg 32 52 Akron 28 51 Slippery Rock 33 30 Carnegie Tech 54 47 Baldwin-Wallace 37 44 Wooster 40 60 Baldwin-Wallace 23 Won 6 Lost 8 Coach Robert Busbey March 3 Andy (Andrew J.) Klein- schnitz became the Penn-Ohio diving champion, wresting the title from a Slip¬ pery Rock diver. In winning Andy estab¬ lished a new conference scoring record of 351.35. His performance topped an encouraging season for the Fenn Mer¬ man. If rack Schedule frack I9SS-S6 Fenn Opponent 32l 3 John Carroll 93 2 A 29 Mt. Union 98 17 Western Reserve 107 44 2 Case 81 2 24 Oberlin 83 Case 52 43 Allegheny 75 64 Hiram 63 17—5th Place City Meet 30 Akron 97 2nd Place—880 Yd. Run—All Ohio College Meet (R. Mooney) Won 1 Lost 7 Coach Robert F. Busbey Front Row: Bob Schultz, Mgr., Berdell Lindsey, Bob Moomy, Howard Gacsi, Tom Kotnick. Second Row: Ed Campbell, Jay Pettitt, Dick Bishop, Bill Stange, Griff Slater, George Landgrabe, Bob Busbey, Coach. Back Row: Jim Peters, Karl Kurz, George Davidson, Sam Aquila. Fenn Opponent 0 Wooster 4 SaMball Schedule GaMl 19SS-S6 Akron University Oberlin Mount Union Ashland Kenyon Hiram Hiram Lost 5 Won 3 Coach Homer E. Woodling Kneeling: Jack Sulentich, Dave Sugiuchi, Walt Paliwoda, Bill Bartlett, Dave Lindon, Don Gurnick. Standing: Don Florian, Ron Gedeon, Stan Lukas, Gary Farnsworth, Don Johnson, Emil Vidic, Steve Popp, Tom Gibbons. Schedule ' Jencing I9SS-S6 Fenn Opponents 12 Buffalo University 15 16 Western Reserve 1 1 9 Case 18 10 Detroit University 17 12 Oberlin 15 12 Wayne University 15 9 Ohio State 18 15 Lawrence Tech 12 21 Western Reserve 6 13 Case 14 8 Oberlin 19 8 Notre Dame 19 Won 3 Lost 9 it Standing left to right: Coach, Charles Simonian, T. Finn, D. Hoerner, R. Ladrack, D. Menefee, G. Pinter, J. Vance, T. Schaide, H. Langthorp, B. Dreimiller. Kneeling left to right: R. Woodcock, J. Newsom, G. Allebach, R. Scherzer, B. Coombs. Coach Charles Simonian JemiA Schedule TehhiJ 7955-56 Opponent 7 Fenn Opf 2 Kent State 3 John Carroll 0 Wooster 5 Mt. Union 1 Oberlin 3 John Carroll 1 Case 2 Western Reserve 0 Case 5 Akron 4 Western Reserve 5 Hiram Won 3 Lost 9 Coach Foster Miller 9H Schedule jcl( I9SS-S6 Fenn Opponents 1 John Carroll 15 1 Oberlin 10 5 Mount Union 1 1 3 Akron 13 3 Wooster 13 12 Case 4 2i z John Carroll 21 1 2 4 Western Rese rve 14 14 Case 2 121 2 Hiram 31 2 Won 3 Lost 7 Coach John McNeill Kneeling: Janis Krumins, Ray Kasl, Tony Gretzmier. Standing: Foster Miller, Coach, Don Yontz, John Ewashinka, Harold Williams, Emil Strode. Left to Right: Joe Huprich, Dick Kolibar, Frank Normali, Al Meklus. Cteniny Student Council The Evening Student Council is selected annually to direct Evening student activities of all kinds: social, athletic, and educational; to sponsor and support any action which it deems beneficial to the interest of the students of Fenn College; and to cooperate with the Day Council in conducting any activities common to both the Day and Evening Divi¬ sion students. The Council obtains its finances from the activity fee paid each semester by each student when he registers. This money is divided among the various committees who request funds from the Council for carrying on their work throughout the year. The Council finances the Nite Shift and contributes to the Fanfare. One-fourth of the Council ' s funds are used to purchase increased facilities for the Physical Education Department for the use of the students. The Council sponsors numerous extra-curricular activities and presents the Activity Trophy to that organization which is most active in the promotion of Fenn College activities. A complete athletic program is planned for the many students interested in such sports as basketball, volley ball, bowling, etc. Many dances and parties are given throughout the year under the sponsorship of the Council. U te The official publication of the Evening Division, the Nite Shift, has been published since 1948. It provides an opportunity for evening students to express their aims, objectives, and desires. It is financed by the Evening Student Council from student activity fees. £ ta U Editor-in-Chief .Richard Guminski Managing Editor .Marilyn Domm Business Manager .Shirley Harris £a nl 4a Dcta foelta Lambda lota Delta was chartered in 1935 as Fenn ' s first Evening Engineering Fraternity. The fraternity is open to all Evening and Day Division engineering students. Today the fraternity still follows the original purpose set forth which is to provide considerable fellowship, many happy hours, and assist in the building of Fenn i ' 1J ipr ■ b 1 • P1 |w?i dll IP! | I - -J sim 1 ' III I . £• . ffl i ifV ' l I Pfr 1 ’ ! - _ ittL. IB $ I ill 9 pjpp l |[ s f tw « a L I.r " . w v okc-j xh fW[ " Sy . r? uK. (i Wk m. Mi W mkk ' fl J Ks tamMa fau £igma Lambda Tau Sigma is an Evening School social fraternity open to students in the Business Administration and Engineering Schools. Organized in 1926, it is the oldest Evening fraternity on the Fenn Campus . The objectives of the group are the promotion of the interests of Fenn College and its members, and the stimulation and development of a greater religious and civic sense of duty. Weu )nan Club The purpose of the Newman Club is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its student members through a balanced program of religi¬ ous, intellectual, and social activities. Open to both day and evening students, the Fenn chapter is a member of the Cleveland Intercollegiate Newman Club. Alpha £icfma The purpose of Alpha Sigma lota Honor ary Fra¬ ternity is to recognize those students who have attained a high standard of efficiency in college activities, both scholastic and extra-curricular. Membership is open to all degree students of the Evening Division. JJcta fau tarnbda helta Chapter lota Tau Lambda, a national sorority, organized the Delta Chapter in 1938. This group has been awarded the Evening Activities Trophy for three consecutive years, enabling this group to keep it on a permanent basis. Its aims are self-improvement, fraternalism, and service to Fenn and the community. Phi Kappa (jatwna Phi Kappa Gamma Sorority, organized in 1951, is open to both Day and Evening students. It was organized for those girls who were interested in an inter-racial fraternal relationship. The pur¬ pose of this organization is to promote good fellowship, scholastic achievement, and service to Fenn College. fi fatter tc the Readier Dear Reader: At this time I would like to thank all the people who made this book possible. THE STAFF who did a fine job, and gave willingly of their time and talent PROF. VANCE CHAMBERLIN who came through with the advice when it was needed most LOUISE KULKA who provided many of the pictures on short notice MISS GREEN of the Jean Sardou Studios R. SEITZ, TED WAHL, AL STAUFER, and RAY LIBENGOOD of the Cleveland Engraving Company GLEN HAMIL of the Mueller Art Cover Company JOE FOGG of the Judson Printing Company SID MENDELSON, Photographer The Students, Faculty, and Administration of Fenn College who cooperated with the staff to facilitate their work I hope you have enjoyed your look at the year 1955 as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you. John L. Hatch Editor Patten A Prof. 8 Mrs. W. C. Ahrens Mr. 8 Mrs. John L. McGreu) Prof. John Arendt Prof. 8 Mrs. John N. McNeill Dr. Janies A. Bard Mr. 8 Mrs. P. S. Merkel Elizabeth Beam Mr. 8 Mrs. Dauid G. Parker Prof. 8 Mrs. Lloyd C. Billings Jane Pease Leota B. Cain Mr. 8 Mrs. Max B. Robinson Prof. 8 Mrs. Vance Chamberlin Prof. Kenneth S. Sherman Prof. 8 Mrs. M. D. Cooper Prof. George B. Simon, Emeritus Blake Crider Alice M. Speeker Dr. 8 Mrs. G. Brooks Earnest Dr. 8 Mrs. D. E. Theodore Dr. 8 Mrs. H. Robert Gemmer Dr. 8 Mrs. C. C. T sao Francis V. Higgins Dr. 8 Mrs. Donald R. Tuttle Mr. 8 Mrs. Ralph T. Hisey Sara Ruth Watson Dorthy H. Loomis Prof. 8 Mrs. Homer E. Woodling Mrs. James M. Magee Prof. Marian Wozencraft Grace D. Wright D= The I9S6 Jan are has been one of our most favored interests during the past few months. Into it we have sought to put our skill, our best thought and a little bit more than was required. If the result pleases you, we count the effort worthwhile. THE JUDSON COMPANY Printer 1241 Superior Avenue Telephone CHerry 1-5320 Cleveland 14, Ohio Security — Opportunity I S this great nation getting old—showing the fears and weaknesses of old age? Isn’t there too much talk and emphasis today on security, and not enough on opportunity? America was discovered, the nation was built, the continent was conquered by men who turned their backs on security in search of opportunity—and, finding it and forging it, gave us the greatest nation in the world. Twice America has defeated dictators intent on world domination; it never could have done it if it had been a nation intent on security. J America is not senile. This is still a land of oppor¬ tunity. Let’s be sure we keep it that, so we may have the means to give security to the old and sick who need it. All history shows that the more emphasis you put on security, the less of it you have, and the more emphasis you put on opportunity, the more you have of everything good, including security. 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