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. 9 First row: Buchanan, Colesar, Chilion, Kolody, Castronova, Baughman, Fordycc, Blimmcl, Beatty, Gerhard, Uncaphcr, James, Straycr, Lewis, Fike, Hazcman, Lasasso, Ropclcsici, Thomas, Eger, Shomo, Rca. Bloomquist, Gelnctt SiconJrou: Mctzlcr, Frischmann, Tyger, Motily, Walker, McLaughlin, Davidson, Panasci, Yurcina, Whipkcy, Budd. Dulaney, Buckley, Croylc, Reed, Taylor, Lord, Allison, Watson Thirdrou.- Campbell. Penn, Whitney, Zorcna, Ault, Guy, Smith, Shanabrook, Shaffer, Sinclair, Walton, McNitt, Wall, Hershberger, Hutchinson, Shcrrick, Maurer, Watson, Levinson, McCrumb, Fcnnell Fourth row.limm, Perfilio, Shearin. Varrato, Pearson, Baglcy, Askins, Graham, Bergman, Amundson, Yothcrs, Buechley, Horner, Atkinson, Truxal, Yahris, Douglass, Flinn, DeMezza, Cano, Lcggin Fifth row: Akc. Hcrmon, Bcrnabei, Leard, Anderson, Hawk, Clifton, Cassatt, Rittcr, Reinish, Surra, Sansonetti, Shankle, Lindsey, Hammer, Swanson, Curlcy, Sliker, Beyer, McCabe, Cox, Cindric, Gongawarc, Baumbaugh, Hogue In September, 1939, three hundred seventv-five of the original group re- turned to Indiana. While some fam- iliar faces were missing, there were new members in the class. No longer green, inexperienced frosh, their shy- ness was being replaced by self-assur- ance and confidence. They had earned a niche, scholastically and extra-cur- ricularly. As upperclassmen they looked somewhat condescendingly on those who were their successors. With memories of the previous year still, it was difficult to keep from in- stituting customs the lirst day. After waiting for several weeks, customs were put into effect. The Tribunal, consisting of Orest Zorena, Craig Swauger, Eugene DeMatt, Frank Evanko, and Samuel Hogue, was given the power to enforce the rules and to act as a jury to try offenders. For the first time, women were also compelled to adhere to customs regu- lations. Officers for this year were Anthony Perhlio, President; James O ' Toole, Vice-President; Marjorie Cassell, Sec- retary; Donald Frischmann, Treas- urer; Glenn Davis, James Hess, and Ralph Wisor, Student Council repre- sentatives. Later Elmer John Nicklas replaced Ralph Wisor, who withdrew from school. With a year ' s experience in college, the committees were better able to prepare for their annual formal dance. The Sophomore Prom was held on December 19, 1939, in Recreation Hall under the supervision of the class officers and the following committee heads. Phyllis Wagner, reception; Robert Swanson, decoration; Roberta Mowry, refreshments; Glenn Davis, music; Vivian Sinclair, programs; Helen Smith, invitations; John Metz- ler, house; Alvin Munn and Dan Shearin, publicitv; and Francis Camp- bell, introductions. One hundred and sixty-five couples, class members and guests, attended. Chic Farrell and his orchestra pro- vided the music for the event to which Drummer-Bov Jimmic Rio added much for both dancers and onlookers with his drumming. Dexterously placed ferns and palms and subdued indirect red and blue lights created an effective background. New plans based on knowledge and experiences gained thus far are being formulated for the junior year. Under the supervision of the class officers and sponsors, the class is determined to execute well its plans. Thus it hopes to proceed on the foundation alreadv built, and somehow add pres- tige to I.S.T.C. 51
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Sophomore Class Perhlio, Cassell, Frischmann, OToole CLASS OFFICERS Presidmt Anthony Perfilio Vic:-President James OToole Secretary Marjorie Cassell Treasurer Donald Frischmann Student Council Representat ves James Hess Glenn Davis A teniate Elmer Nicklas In the first semester of its freshman year, the Class of 1942, with L. H. Schnell, its adviser, met for the pur- pose of becoming organized. It se- lected a nominating committee with a representative from each depart- ment. These committee members drew up a slate from which the group elected Glenn Davis, President; Ralph Wisor, Vice-President; Helen Smith, Secretary; and Anthony Perfilio, Treasurer. After electing the class officers, the group chose Mary Ander- son and James Hess as Student Coun- cil representatives. The year ' s social highlight was the Freshman Prom. F irst row. Zurakos sky, Leslie, Moury, Quail, Sulkaski, Seanor, Sutter, Davis, Karabinus, Schrecongost, Watson, Shaull, Routch, Leech, Opel, Howe, Himes, Sample, Kearney, Lehman, Rairigh, Brandon, Dare, Fish, Roberts, Workinger, Harshbarger, Casseday, Edsall, Hanna Second raw.- Schry, Burns, Hartley, Beall, Crawford, J. Russel, L. Russell, Smith, Slack, Hoffman, Pollock, Rca, Austin, Detweiler. Dobson, Wilson, M. McCreary, Williams, Altemus, Brown, McFeaters, Barr, Lentz, Korb, M. A. McCreary, Graham, Ray, Hershberger, Mulhollcn, Lowe, Spicher, Evanko T jJrd row: Eyer, Wilson, Llovd, Lindberg, Matrangal, Lyke, Quinn, Powell, Cunningham, Vogel, Rankin, Teeter, Wissinger, Wilgus, Hayes, Beacom, Smith, Whit- field, Danner, Gebhardt, Stahl, Stoner, Lewis, Saloam, Zeltner, Mattio, Schwartz, Zellefrow, Williams, Miller, Taylor Fourth row: Sutton, Buchanan, Lydick, Shaffer, Kane, Putney, Smith, Park, Adams, Corcoran, Stull, Wagner, Trombly, Archibald, Carney, Bennett, Kitto, Gass, Hileman, Randall, Johnston, Yanity, Billingslie, Brumelheide, Henderson, Binkey, Billups, Mikich Fi t j row: Wine, Koenig, Shank, Black, Letzler, Trainer, Litzinger, DeMatt, Freed, Munn, Rigby, Dick, Iruby, Wiley, Andres, Ross, Morris, Kellcy, Tinley, Feitshans, Anderson, Solanik, Stern, Fleming, Whitman, Kotching, Troxell, Bamford 50
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Raab, Santangclo, Scott, Harklcroad CLASS OFFICERS President . . Robert Raab Vice-Presidint ' ernell Harkleroad Secretary , . . Wayne Scott Treasurer Russell Santangelo Student Council Representatives Richard Diekl Dolly Allen Freshman Class An unusually large Freshman Class entered Indiana eager to begin life as college students. Its first taste of a college social function came with the Freshman Party, September 13, in Recreation Hall, when the freshmen became acquainted with one another and the faculty. They soon became a recognized organization on campus — recognized in that traditional fresh- man customs, for girls as well as boys, were inflicted. This was the first that customs for srirls were introduced officially. First row: Kalmanck, Santangelo, Ruthko, Baumbardner, Knepper, McBride, Strauh, Musser, Berkley, Pczzuti, Butts, Kepple, Graham, Slaubaugh, Dilach, Tross, SchaefTer, Herman, Krah, Rhodes, Nadalska, Dinger: Second row: Bowers, Nosa), Welker, Fornella, King, Griffith, Carlisle, Boon, Goddard, Hayes, Moliterne, Richardson, Barry, Carozza, V ' oyten, Craighead, Moss, Lewis, Adair, Moat, Mercer, Aten Thirdrow: Aiman, Quinn, Crauener, Hozz, Craft, Linamcn, Orr, Reiman, Graff, Englehart, Lantz, Heckler, Rhine, Klein, Swartz, Cron, Modic, Puskar, MacTavish Fourth row: Hahn, Beckley, Page, Brumbaugh, Benson, Patt, Coulter, Doyle, Hann, French, Oldham, Jordan, Mikennas, Long, Hartman, Hay, Kenepp, Smith, Bernunzio 52
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