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Calhoun Shcarin Orlosky Pcrlilio Hovanec Torrance Christ Wolfe Fcttcrnun Swanson DiMauro Lenimim Dick Ammit.iscn Campbell Shuster Frischmann Kipp Hartley Lingcnfclter Sh.tnkle Grandinctt Metzler Elko Golish Cooper Slikcr Bergman Ault " The Saga of Sigma Tau Gamma, " national magazine, published biannually, lists the chapter director and chapter news, and contains articles of Intercast to tra- ternitv members and students of education. Other publications of the fraternity include bulletins and news from the national office and alumni and chapter news- " " " pi ' Chapter originated in 1930 when Phi Kappa Delta, local fraternity, decided that it should become identified with a national organization. Baird s Manual was searched, letters were written, the college administration consulted— efforts result- ing in Pi Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma. 181
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ITT SIGMA TAU GAMMA OFFICERS Presidents Henry Sulkey, John Paulisick Vice-Presidents Walter Wineman, Anthony Perfilio Recording Secretaries Charles Cooper, Ford Shankle Corresponding Secretaries Ralph Mitchell, Dan Shearin Treasurer Joseph Shuster House Managers Ernest Kelly, Joseph Orlosky Chaplains Joseph Orlosky, Robert Sliker Historians Charles Reamer, Charles Cooper " Saga " Correspondent Jess Hartley Sergeant-at-Arms Edgar Dale Diehl Interfratcrnity Council Representatives John Paulisick, Ralph Kier A NATIONAL SOCIAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY FOUNDED IN 1920 Taus of Pi Chapter greet 1940, tenth anniversary year, denoting progress, growth, and fulhllment of ideals. Welcomes, handshakes, stores of summer adven- tures, and glimpses of a remodeled house create a stronger desire to move forward in scholarship and activities. Building and expansion have been the keywords of Sigma Tau Gamma, national social, educational, and professional fraternity, since it originated at Warrensburg, Missouri, in 1920. Then seventeen men banded together to form the nucleus of the hrst national fraternity operating solely in state teachers colleges. Although stress- ing student friendships and true brotherhood, Sigma Tau Gamma is distinctly pro- fessional in its activities, point of view, and relation to education. Men in other colleges soon joined the movement to obtain a national fraternity, other chapters were organized, and the fraternity was formally nationalized in Emporia, Kansas, in October, 1924. The fraternity continued to grow, until now twenty chapters answer the roll call with many groups asking for charters. The strong national organization aids each chapter through national conclaves, province conventions, chapter visitations, honor kev awards for scholarship and activities, a merit award to the most efficient chapter, and a regulated pledge-study course. SuLKEV Rowland Paulisick 180
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Johnson Miller Whitmyre Rowland Kipp Fausold Walsh Pfohl Neff King Followiiii the pace set by national headquarters. Pi Chapter has con- tinued to build and expand. In May, 1931, the members bought the house at 257 College Avenue. Since then it has been improved to meet the needs of its members, the latest remodeling projects including painting the entire in- side of the house, purchasing furniture, complete rewiring, and imallv the inclosing of the back porches for studv rooms. Each vear a series of professional meetings is planned to offer a well- rounded social and scholastic life and to encourage a satisfactorv teaching personalitv. At the iirst of these meetings Dr. King was given honorary mem- bership. At this time Dr. Walsh presented the Scholarship Key to Joseph Shuster, while Mr. Whitmvre gave the Activities Kev award to Ralph Kier. Lyle Willhite, in a behind-the-scenes talk about Mexico, where he vacationed last summer; and Clark Hess, alumnus of Pi Chapter, in a resume of the cus- toms he observed in Brazil, were the highlights of the next meeting. Brother Hess initiated a program to have distinguished alumni return and speak at regular intervals. This year Pi Chapter ' s social program reached new heights with two house parties, the Interfraternitv Dance, the Christmas party, the big rush partv, pledge parties. Founder ' s IDav banquet, and the hilarious bull sessions. At the Halloween Party, for instance, Chinese Lanterns, corn stalks, pumpkin faces, and scarecrows supplied an eerie setting for the oftheard screams and excited laughs echoing throughout the house. Larrv Dean ' s orchestra pro- vided the musical background for the evening. At another annual event of the fraternity, the Senior Farewell Banquet, taking place in the latter part of May, the voung brothers honor the graduating students. This also marks the execution of a cherished tradition, the election of a member who has been outstanding both in the fraternity and on the campus. He is known thereafter as Honor Man of that vear. 182
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