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FRATERNITIES The brick house and Sig T;ui tradition SUMMARIZING . . . This year Pi ' s acti ities included two liouse parties, one employing the timely theme of conscription. At the first ])rofessional meeting Dean Whitmyre and Dr. Heis es presented the Activity and Scholarshi]) Awards to Anthony Perfilio and Joseph Orlosky. At the same time Pi Chapter received the Most Efficient ChajJter Award for the second year as a result of its perfect score in the objective rating of efficiency. Just before the close of the meeting. Dr. Heiges explained the workings of the Civil Aeronautical Authority. " Those Good Ole Days " were brought forth by the Alumni at the " Tau " House on Homecoming Day and again at the Interfraternity Dance the brothers renewed acquaintances. During Christmas vacation Anthony Perfilio, Dan Shearin, and Donald Frischmann travelled to Kansas C t Missouri, to participate in the National ConcLne. FACULTY Johnson Miller Whitmyre Rowland Kipp Fausold Walsh Pfohl Neff King AMigiA 108
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Just off the northeast corner of the Indiana campus stands a buff-brick house. A sign in the form of a shield and helmet sur- mounted by three Greek Letters proclaim that this is the home of Pi Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma. This Chapter was originally organized as the Phi Kappa Delta Fraternity. In answer to a need for wider contacts, the fraternity petitioned Sigma Tau Gamma National, and with cooperation of local authorities was given its present status. Sigma Tau Gamma fosters activities through national and re- gional conclaves, chapter visitations, honor key awards for scholar- ship and activities, a plaque for the most efficient chapter, and a standardized pledge-study course. Each year the fraternity chooses the outstanding senior member as Honor Man. UNDERCLASSMEN Alcamo Balog Baumbaugh Beckley Bergman Brooks Campagna Dossi Dick Frischmann Hartley Ickes Kipp Koenig Mateczyk Metzler Perfilio Roman Santangelo Shankle Shearin Sliker Swanson Cochrane Kalmanek Sansonetti Zorena fJ |!5. ft f f ' " h " - ' ■ fc ' f " " 107
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THE 1941 OAK SENIOR MEMBERS Reed Calhoun Charles DiMauro William Fetterman Wayne Gongaware James Hernm Francis Lingentelter Joseph Orlosky Milo Torrance Budd Wolfe d i Joseph Shuster Charles Cooper 109
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