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Taylor Thomas Hill Williams ZolTiito S. Cicero Green berg Freeman Sliechc Rankin Joseph Perrine Remley Winger Miller 99 SENIOR MEMBERS CiCBRO, Sylvester ... but don ' t call liim that . . . commercial . . . football watchcharm guard . . . local boy. Miller Francis . . . Ellwood Citv . . . football . . . aggressive . . . ' n plenty savage . . . big gun Gamma Rho Tau Taylor, Jack ... ex prexv . . . music, clarinet ' n bull . . . veddy, veddy late hours tch, tch . . . man among men. Perrine ... or Perrini or ' Pcr-o-nav . . . ambition, Youngstown Symphony, oboe, ' n bcddy hot drummah. Freeman . . . vagabond ... and he likes it . . . Punxy . . . stoodent teachin ' that is . . . Noocastle boy. Sheehe . . . Natter local bov . . . stoodent teachin ' at Indiana . . . quiet . . a pug. Greenberg, Jack . . . throw back to the . . . Freeman ' s ghost ' n vice versa . . . departed at semesters happv. . WooDLE, Kenny . . . long stride . . . commuter from Islin . . . backwoods senator . . . talks a great game of pool ' n then produces. Rankin, Roc, . . . does it the hard way . . . from Homer City . . . Pc " - ... a hog about Hell Week . Joseph Stump . . . Blairsville . . . taught der too . . . strickly on the fine side . . . intramurals. Hill . . . tha Deacon . . . G.G.,,}r. . . . old grad . . . at semesters . . . gotta job . . . hot automobile coupe . . . 1919. ZoFFirro, Charles Alfonso ... but dont call him that . . . football . . . noses ' n knees ... big boy. Winger, William . . . music . . . trumpet . . . tall with hair . . . local boy . . . caretaker of cues and balls. Thomas. Dickie ... old proverb . . . good things come in small packages ... ex prexy ... an art.e to be remembered Williams, Doc . . . enjovs good food . . . smiles with pride at Model A . . . humor deluxe . . . girls aplenty. Remley, Danny . . . intramural specialist ... ex prexy . . . true to one . . . personality plus . . . good fellow. veddy, vedd n loud tweeds. . . convertible 187
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McLuckie Chew File Remlev Price Uhler King Adc Prugh Margiotti Hill Walsh W ' oodring Miller Whitmyre One of the high-lights of the fraternity s social season was the house p arty that was held at the chapter house in January. A portion of the party was built around caricatures of each member which were hung on the walls of the living room and the reception hall. Upon arriving, each guest was given a blank form on which he was to write the name of the person that each cari- cature depicted. This proved to be a bit more difficult than it first seemed. Many of the brothers had never before seen themselves in quite the same light as did the artist. Prizes were awarded to those guests who were able to name correctly the greatest number of caricatures. The remainder of the evening w as taken up with a musical program, games, dancing, and a jam session. At an appointed hour the guests were shown to the dining room where attractive and tasty refreshments were served. All too soon came the traditional hour that demanded the departure of the guests. Two by two, the party wended its way back to the campus, and all w ere sorry that the evening had ended. With March came the rushing season. A smoker was held for the un- derclassmen at the fraternity house. The party preceded Pledging Day, April 1, and culminated the drive for new members. Soon after, hell-week con- verted the pledges into bona fide Phi Alphs. At the coming of Fall and a new school year, the Phi Alphs will again gather at the house to begin another vear together. Much missed will be those who have graduated; however, the memory of the year with them will be ever present. 186
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i)zn PHi SIGMA PI OFFICERS Presidents Frank McGrevv Recording Secretary Joseph Vargo Corresponding Secretary William Reinish Treasurer Samuel Hogue Chaplain Reed McMinn Sergeant-at-Arms Darrell Abel Historian Alvin Munn Interfraternity Council Representatives Floyd Smith, James Startzell A NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY FOUNDED IN 1916 Phi Sigma Pi, a national professional educational fraternity in teacher-training institutions, is founded on the ideals of knowledge, training, and fellowship. Eta, the first eastern chapter, installed at Indiana, April 30, 1929, will always be grateful to the distinguished body of professional men at Warrensburg, Missouri who estab- lished the national fraternity in 1916. The members of Omega Chi, a local fraternity, became the charter members, with Dr. Walter P. Percival as sponsor. Eta chapter, the first Indiana fraternity to provide a home for its members, maintained the fourth floor of the Y.M.C.A. as fraternity headquarters until the chapter moved to its present home at 413 College Avenue in the fall of 1933. The national constitution of Phi Sigma Pi provides that once each year a Found- er ' s Dav Banquet shall be held by each local chapter. At this time a distinguished alumnus of the college or an eminent educator shall be initiated as an honorary mem- ber of the fraternity. This year at the Founder ' s Day Banquet, a dinner dance held at the Countrv Club, January 12, Dr. LeRoy A. King, President of Indiana State Teachers College, was so honored. McGr Davis 188
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