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rPT GAMMA RHO TAU OFFICERS Presidents Henry Sulkev, Francis Miller Secretary Thomas Garher Treasurer Jack Greenberc; Historian Jack Roush Sergeant-at-Arms I ' m i. Harmon Sponsor R . S Rowland Gamnui Rho Tau, national honorary and professional business education fraternity for men, is composed of teachers in business education and those students who exhibit his h schol- astic standing and distinct ability as future teachers and who have completed one-half of a four-year course toward a bachelor ' s degree. Gamma Rho Tau proposes to bring together the great array of conscientious men engaged in commercial teaching to discuss their problems easily and thoroughly in a fraternal spirit. This society proposes to promote high-grade scholarship and character, to encourage a spirit of research among its members, to advance the professional attitude in the classroom, and to forward the democratic ideal in education. Beta Chapter w-as organized at Indiana on January 4, 1929. Other chapters are at the Uni- versity of Southern California and at Syracuse University. t- ' P P IR P P P V I . V-. Sulkey Drumheller Harmon Hill Grecnbcrg Garbcr SchnccL- Vargo Santucci Smith Miller Haines Hill Rowland File McLuckic Roush Johnston Hess Joseph Thomas Moser Porter Shuster .-Vdams Willhite Roush Sparks 157
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A i r ALPHA PHI GAMMA OFFICERS President . . Floyd Smith Vice-President Walter Wineman Treasurer Janet Rippman Assistant Treasurer iMary Ruth Glassford Secretary Lois Yothers Bailiff Edward Everett Adviser Ruth Knovvles Faculty Sponsors Kate Lacy, Mary E. Flegal, Clinton M. File Alpha Phi Gamma is a national honorary journalistic fraternity established for the pur- pose of promoting the welfare of the college through journalism and of recognizing individual ability and achievement in the field of journalism. This achievement in journalism and a satisfactory scholastic record are the qualihcations for membership. New members meeting these c]ualifications this year were Charlotte Stidham and Betty Gosnell. Faculty members admitted to membership were Norah E. Zink, Leroy H. Schnell, Helen F. Egleston, and Dr. LeRoy A. King, President of the College The special project Sigma Chapter had adopted for the year was that of studying critically the problems of past yearbooks in order to benefit future publications of the Odk. l he Spring Banquet, held annuallv, is always looked forward to as an outstanding social event on the fraternity ' s calendar. riii % Flegal Schnell Gosnell Zink Swauger Smith Kier Rippman Everett McDowell File Shoenfelt Wineman Paulsick Johnson Fair hilJ Moore Egleston Hollenhach Motovich Stidham Glassford Yothers Knowles Reamer Csiszar Lacv 156
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nan OMEGA PI OFFICERS Presidents Ardell Haines, Charlotte Dolinger Vice-Presidents Dorothy Vinton, Harry Smith Secretaries Gladys Snively, Carolyn Arnold Treasurers Henry Sul key, Joseph Vargo Historian and Reporter Eleanor Moser A NATIONAL HONORARY PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION FRATERNITY FOUNDED IN 1923 Pi Omega Pi, a national honorary fraternity for business education students, is represented on the campus by Kappa Chapter, one cf the largest in the national organization. Indiana acted as hosts at the National Convention in Pittsburgh in December. Albert E. Drumheller, sponsor cf this chapter, was elected national treasurer. Following tradition. Pi Omega Pi and Gamma Rho Tau held a joint banquet at Rustic Lodge. The outstanding professional meeting featured D. D. Lessenbcrry, noted business educator from the University of Pittsburgh. During the vear LeRoy A. King, Lyle Willhite, and H. W. Thomas were initiated. As a professional activity, the members decided to conduct a typing test among the classes in the various teaching centers. The giving of the test, check- ing, and interpretation of results were carried on bv the members. i i k dl Santucci Farrell Okerberg Miller McLuckie Rowland Laing Dolinger Master Williams Vargo Parahus James Haines Gerber Walt Wentzel McDowell Csiszar Hollenbach Shubert Webb Costantino Mountsier Arntz Shouse Koontz North Ebv King 158
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