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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON OFFICERS John W. Morrissey President John V. Morrissey Jack K. Overmyer Vice-President Jack K. Overmyer Roger Ashby Secretary Danny Kahler I ' anl Narcowich Treasurer Frank McCrav Back to their renowned " Castle on the Quad " this year came the Sig Alphs of Indiana Ganuna, and to the few who remained from the chapter which mo ed out of Jordan Crest Gables a year ago last summer, the sight was a welcome one. The war has taken care of the stock rib upon the S.A.E. ' s by reducing its fall pledge class to a measly fifteen in number. Pledges George Sundheim and Harrv Jagade were starting fidlbacks on Bo McMillin ' s Hoosier football team this season, while Bill Uecker saw quite a bit of duty at end. George Parker and Thom Bondus were members of the reserve team. John Morrissey leads the house this year in its campus and internal activities and is a member of Sphinx Club. Jack K. Overmyer, besides being a member of Sphinx Club and Skull and Crescent, is editor of THE ATH- LETIC REVIEW and athletic publicity director for the University. S.A.E. this year had a representative on the varsity basketball team in Ray Brandenburg. Ray is also a mem- ber of Skull and Crescent. Send up another man Midnight raid 231 Don ' t laugh!
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FRONT ROW — Paul Narcowich, Gary, ' 44 ; John Morrissey, Hammond, ' 45 : Jack K. Overmyer, Rochester, ' 45. BACK ROW — William Turnley, Fort Wayne, ' 44 : William Bowen. Hillsboro, O., ' 47 ; August Kasper. Indianapolis, ' 44 ; Charles Brojey, Indianapolis, ' 47 ; Jack Gates, Columbia City, ' 47. FRONT ROW — Delbert Auman, Fort Wayne, ' 48: Georse Coburn, Gary. ' 48; Howard Erzinger, Chicago, III., ' 48: Robert Shumaker, Indianapolis, ' 48: Dan Kahler, Gary, ' 48: Frank McCray, Evansville, ' 48. BACK ROW — William Uecker, LaGrange, III., ' 48: George Sundheim, LaGrange, III., ' 48: Robert McKelvey. Rochester, ' 48: Philip Barker, Albion. ' 48: George Parker, Chicago, III., ' 48: John Elliott, Corydon, ' 48: Harry Jagade, River Grove, III.) ' 48.
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SIGMA ALPHA MU OFFICERS Malcolm Coleman President Jack Goldman Secretary . Herman Hunvitz Treasurer . . Sam Fogel Edward Reich Herman Hurwitz Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity was founded at the City College of New York in 1909 to form a close social and fraternal union of Jewish Students. The oldest Jewish social organization at Indiana Uni- versity, the boys at 9th and Fess have long been noted for their excellence in scholarship and athletics, and have also been very active in extracurricidar fields. Sam Fogel, junior, is a member of the varsity debate scjuad. Chairman of the Commission on Social Creeds of the Student Religious Cabinet, and on the Hillel council. The Sammies represented in Skull and Crescent, Sopho- more honorary for men, are Kent Goodman, Herman Hurwitz, Gene Fine, and Malcolm Coleman. Coleman was secretary of the organization during the fall semes- ter. A basketball managership is held down by Sylvan Bernstein, sophomore. Edward Reich, senior, is the edi- tor of the FOLIO, campus literary magazine, participant in many University Theater productions, active in the weekly university radio presentations, and a member of Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatic honorary. Move it over a notch Go look at his! 232 Blo ' otit the candle
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