Temple University - Templar Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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The essence of this University is part of your heart and mind. You cannot leave us behind if you would. If the years past have been pleasant, I hope you will meet those ahead with a feeling that they will be even happier. Tomorrow is better if you believe it to be. Responsibilities will be greater, but so will be your capacities for meeting them. Problems will be larger, but so will be the thrill of overcoming them. W' Some men, as they grow older, like to talk of the golden past. To me, sunsets are beautiful only as promises of another dawn. It X is the golden future that belongs to you. Be ready to claim it as it 5 N comes around the corner. ROBERT L. JOHNSON , -uv ,. .w. Y , , ,' N N ,S A NV W W ig, " - - nw I gn? 2 'E E THE 1949 TEMPLAR IS DEDICATED TO THE FU- TURE, AND TO THOSE MEMBERS OF THE TEMPLE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY WHO WILL HELP TO SHAPE THAT FUTURE. 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Q. ., L .-'ses5.l4.,fle.s STANDING: Dr. Earl R. Yeomans, Dr. Harry A. Cochran, Mr. Charles P. Stokes, Mr. Frank F. Law, Dr. G. Morton lllman, Hon. Charles Klein, 'Mr. James A. Nolen, Mr. Noel J. Hooper, Dr Alexander Mackie, Hon. William A. Schnader, Bishop Fred P. Corson, Dr, Theodore A. Disfler, Mr. Walter C. Hancock, Brig. General David N. l-lauseman, Col. Edward B, Twombly, Mr. William W. Tomlinson, Dr. Millard E. Gladfelrer, Mr. Charles E. Metzger. SEATED: Mrs. Richard E. Hanson, Mr Russell Conwell Cooney, Esq., Dr, Charles E. Beury, l-lon George A. Welsh, Dr. Robert L, Johnson, Mr. Charles G. Erny, Mr. l-lenry N. Roclenbaugh, Mrs. Livingston E. Jones, Mrs George F. Tyler. Twenty-four -elses.-rfflv f , 1 F' ,rl 1. 'bi TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS OF TEMPLE UNIVERSITY ROBERT LIVINGSTON JOHNSON, A.B., LL.D .......,............................,......... ,.... P resident CHARLES G. ERNY .....,.,...........,.................. ...............,.............,... C hairmrm of the Board CHARLES E. BEURY, A.B., LL.B., LL.D., A.M., D.C.L ...,............, President-Emeritus IWIILLARD E. GLADFELTER, A.B., M.A., PH.D., D.Sc. IN ED., LL.D., Provost and Vice-President MILO F. DRAEMEL, B.S., LL.D., NAv.Sc.D .,.,.,.. ...... ,.,................ T 7 ice-President VVILLIAM W. TOMLINSON, A.B ............................... ...................... V ice-President GEORGE A. WELSII, LL.B., LL.D. ...,,......,..,..,....,..... ,..,.. V ice-President I'IARRY A. COOHRAN, B.S., M.S., ED.D., LL.D. ....,.. .................... T reasurer EARL R. YEOINIANS, B.S., ED.M., ED.D ........,.....,...... ......,.......,....,.... S ecretary A. CALVIN FRANTZ ,..........,.........,,...........,............... ...... . flssistavzt Trerzszzrev' MILTON F. STAUFFER, LL.D. ..,........,.....,...... ........ S ecretary-E1nerituS I'IARRY H. PITTS, B.S. IN COM. ........,............,...............,.....,.,..................... Comptroller RUSSELL CONVVELL COONEY, B.S., LL.B., flssistant Sec'retf1.ry and General Counsel MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES THE GOVERNOR OF TI-IE 'COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA TIEIE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF PI-IILADELPI-IIA TITOMAS F. AIIINISTRONG CHARLES E. BEURY, A.B., LL.B., LL.D., A.M., D.C.L. RUSSELL CONWVELL COONEY, B.S., LL.B. BISHOP FRED P. CORSON, A.B., M.A., B.D., D.D., L.H.D., LITT.D., LL.D. JOHN A. DIEMAND TI'IEODORE A. DISTLER, M.A., LL.D. CHARLES G. ERNY THOMAS L. EVANS COLONEL SAMUEL VV. FLEMING, JR., A.B., M.E. ARTIIUR S. FLEMMING WALTEII D. FULLER FRANCIS B. HAAS, B.S., M.A., PILD., LL.D. VVALTER C. LIANCOCK MRS. RJCI-IARD E. HANSON DAVID N. HAUSELIAN, B.S. IN Ec., B.S. IN M.E., M.B.A., Sc.D. NOEL J. PIOOPER, B.S. WILIIIAM C. HUNNEMAN, B.S. G. EIORTON ILLMAN, M.D. ROBERT LIVINGSTON JOHNSON, A.B., LL.D. MRS. LIVINGSTON E. JONES VV. IVALLAOE KELLETT, LITT.B. CI-IARLES KLEIN, LL.B. FRANK F. LAW, PH.G. ALEXANDER MAOIIIE, D.D. JAMES E. NOLEN HOXVAIID C. PETERSEN ARTHUR E. PEW, JR. H. W. PRENTIS, JR., A.B., A.M., LL.D. PIENRY N. RODENRAUGI-I, B.S. IN M.E., M.E. VVILLIAM A. SCI-INADER, A.B., LL.B., LL.D. JOHN A. STEVENSON CHARLES P. STOKES PETER H. TUTTLE EDWVARD BANOROET TWODIBLY, B.A., LL.B. MRS. GEORGE F. TYLER, L.H.D. GEORGE A. WELSH, LL.B., LL.D. Twcn fy-five MR. JOHN M. RHOADS, Registrar, has spent l6 years with the Administration. A graduate ot the University of Pitts- burgh, Mr. Rhoads is Vice-President of the Middle States Association ot College Registrars, l-lis outside interests include church work, golfing, and bridge. DR. H. LAMARR RICE, Director at Re- ligious Activities, is a newcomer to the University. A member of Phi Gamma Mu and Tau Kappa Alpha, Dr. Rice was formerly minister at the First Baptist Church, Albion, N. Y., and Director of Religious Activities at Keuka College in New York. MR. JOHN G, BERRIER, Coordinator at Veterans' Education, became a member of the administration in i946. Holder of the degree at B.S., Mr, Berrier was in the Army Air Corps for tour and a halt years as a pilot and instructor. His outside in- terests include hunting, tishing, and cabinet making. . , .l MR. JOHN BARR, Placement Officer, has been with the University for 32 years, Mr. Barr, who tounded the Placement Bureau in l924, was graduated from Temple in l9lO, A member of the As- sociation at School and College Place- ment Officers, Mr. Barr's chief hobby is reading, his special interest lying in biography. DMI I MISS GERTRUDE D. PEABODY Dean ot Students, has been a member the administration for Z5 years. A ate of the University ot Maine Peabody received her A.M. at Cc and her L.l. D. at her alma mater Lieutenant Commander in the vvrx during the war, lvlss Peabody joined , . . E . C University as an instructor in the H Economics Department. DR. MlLl.ARD E. GLADFELTER, Provost and Vice-President of the University, joined the administration in i93l, Director at Temple High School from i930 to i93l and Registrar from l93l to l939, Dr. Glodfelter is a graduate ot Gettysburg College, He holds the degrees ot AB., MA., Ph.D., DSC., and l.L.D. MR. W. P. VVETZEL, Superintendent ot Buildings and Grounds, has been with the University for 16 years. I-le received his B.S. at iowa State University in 1923, majoring in architecture and civil en- gineering. l-le is Director at Building Owners and Managers Association and a member at Chi Phi. TR 'I'l0 DEAN A. BLAIR KNAPP, a member ot the administration since 1945, is a graduate at Syracuse University, where he received his AB. and MA. A member at Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, Dean Knapp was formerly Dean of Men at Syracuse. Dean Knapp is affiliated wlth the Na- tional Education Association and the Eastern Association ot Deans and Ad- visors of Men. MR, CHARLES E. METZGER, Administra- tive Assistant ta the President and Di- rector ot Community Services, became a member of the administration in 1934. l-le was graduated from Trenton State Teachers College with a BS. in Education in 1928, and received his M.A. at New York University in 1932. 5 DR.. JONAS W. BUCI-lER, Director of Duplicating Service, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. where he re- ceived his B.S., MA., and Ph.D. A mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Kappa, Dr. Bucher previously taught in the secondary school system. DR. BRUCE S. ROXBY, Director at l-lealth Service, was graduated from Duke Uni- versity. 1-le received his M.D., and M.Sc., at Temple. Besides directing the l-lealth Service, Dr. Roxby teaches at the School of Medicine. l-le is a member ot the American Association for the Advance- ment ot Science. MR. CURTIS F. BICKER, Student Store Manager, is a Temple School of Business graduate, having received his BS., in Commerce in 1933. Advisor to Sigma Phi Epsilon, Mr. Bicker has been a member of the administration for 16 years. His posi- tion entails supervisicn ot all purchases ot stock for the Student Store. : el MR. WALTER l-IAUSDORFER, Librarian a' Sullivan Memorial Library, came to Temple in l946. A Temple School ot Liberal Arts graduate, Mr. l-lausdorter previously held positions in the New York Public Library from i927 to 1930 and in Col- umbia University Library tram i930 to 1946. it MISS A. JACQUELINE STECK, Director at Undergraduate Publications, has been associated with the University for tive years, A Temple Department ot Journal- ism graduate, Miss Steck previously was Managing Editor at several weekly papers and publicity writer for a radio station. She sponsors Theta Sigma Phi and New- man Club. DR. ROBERT L. D. DAVIDSON, Director at the Placement Bureau, is a graduate at Dickinson College. i-Ie received his Ed.M. and Ed.D. at Temple. Besides directing placement, Dr, Davidson is Associate Dean of Community College. l-le is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Delta Kappa, and Sigma Chi. L - to ,, . ,, ll MR. RAYMOND BURKLEY, Executive Die rector of the General Alumni Association, was graduated from Temple in 1928. Sponsor at Boosters, Mr. Burkley is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Kappa Phi Kappa. l-Ie was chosen an honorary member of Sword Society and Crusaders. MR. ROBERT V. GEASEY, Public Informa- tion Director, has been with the Uni- versity for Zl years. Before becoming a member of the administration, Mr. Gea- sey was a feature writer and reporter for the Philadelphia Evening Ledger. At pres- ent, Mr. Geasey, a Temple graduate, also teaches courses in Public Relations. fr-1. 3+o-. , -9. T. COL. LYNN SPILLMAN, Professor of flilitary Science and Tactics, became onnected with the University as hearl of ts ROTC unit in May ot T948 Gradu- ted with his B.A. tram the College of daho, Col. Spillman received his MS. at he University at Idaho. A member of the plks Lodge, Col. Spillmon's hobby is farm- wg. TIO MRS. ELIZABETH S, SARGENT, Director ot Social Education, joined the administra- tion less than two years ago. A graduate at Denison University, Mrs, Sargent re- ceived her M.A. at Columbia. Advisor to foreign students and sponsor ot the One World League, Mrs. Sargent previously taught at Cheeloo University, Tsinan, China, DR. EARL R. YEOMANS, Director of Athletics, has been a member of the ad- ministration since 1927, Dr. Yeomans, who holds the degrees of BS., Ed.M., and Ed.D., is also Secretary ot the Board at Trustees of the University, a member of the Band Committee, and a member of the Student Health Committee. r J, MR. HARRY H. Pl'l'l'S, Comptroller, is a Temple School ot Business graduate Al- though he has held the position of Comp- troller for only the last three years, he has been with the University for 22 years. A golf enthusiast, Mr. Pitts is o member of the Philadelphia Chapter of Comptrollers Institute. MlSS LOUISE S. ORAM, Activities Coun selar, has been associated with the Uni versity for eighteen years. Before assum ing the duties of Activities Counseloi which involves working with student or ganizations on campus, Miss Oram hel the positions of Secretary to the Studen Deans, Secretary of Student Activitie: and Personnel Assistant. MR. HARRY H. WESTENBURGER, Pur- chasing Agent, is a Temple graduate, hav- ing received his B.S., in l928. He earned his M.A. at Rutgers University in l932. Formerly on the faculty of the School of Business, Mr. Westenburger was also Busi- ness Manager of the Student Store from i940 to l945. DR, CLAUDE S. MCGINNIS, Director ot the Department of Physics, joined the faculty in l9ZO. Author of numerous scientific articles, Dr. McGinnis has a special interest in musical acoustics. He is a graduate of Massachusetts institute at Technology and received his Ph D. at the University of Pennsylvania. DR. BARROWS DUNHAM, Director of the Department ot Philosophy, is a grad- uate ot Princeton University, where he received his A.B., A.M., and Ph.D. A faculty member tor eleven years, Dr, Dun- ham is a member of the American Asso- ciation ot University Professors and the American Philosophical Association. ,gee . W- . DR. C. NEWTON STOKES, Director of the Department ot Mathematics, has been with the University for i7 years. Sponsor ot the Mathematics Society and a mem- ber at the American Mathematical Society, Dr, Stokes is a graduate ot McKendree College. l-le received his Ph,D. at the University of Pennsylvania. DR. NEGLEY K. TEETERS, Director of the Department ot Sociology, is a grad- uate ot Oberlin College. l-le received his M.A. and Ph,D. at Ohio State Uni- versity, Author of several books, he is Vice-President of the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Sociology Club advisor, he tor- merly taught at Minnesota Teachers College. department head DR. WlLl.lAM ROGERS, JR Director of the Department at Chemistry has been teaching at the University since i924 Dr. Rogers, who acts as advisor to the Hammond Pre-Medical Society is a grad uate ot Princeton University where he received his BS. in l92l his MA n l922, and his Ph,D. in i924 LIBER so DR. TOWNER B. ROOT, Director af the Department of Geology, did both his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Chicago, where he was con- ferred with his Ph,D, in l935. A mem- ber of the faculty for three years, Dr, Root is o member of Sigma Xi, Sigma Chi, and the Poleonthological Society. RT DR. ARMAND LEE HUNTER, Director of the Department of Radio, Speech, and Theatre, has been with the University since l927. Dr. Hunter is Educational Director of VVFIL, a member at the National Association of Broadcasters, and a member of the Radio Committee of the Speech Association of America, 112 ' C' 'T .ir iii' , QE DR. ARTHUR NORTON COOK, Director of the History Department, joined the faculty in l927. A former Princeton Uni- versity instructor, Dr. Cook received his BS. at Colgate University and his A.lVl. and Ph.D. at the University of Pennsyl- vania. Dr, Cook, who authored several books, is on the Council on Athletics and DR. JOSEPH A. MEREDITH, Director of the Department of Foreign Languages, ioined the faculty in l93l. Previously an instructor at the University of Pennsylvania from l9l9 to l93l, Dr. Meredith is a graduate of Lehigh University. Dr. Mere- dith reviews books for the Philadelphia lnauirer golf coach. DR. ASA ARTHUR SCHAEFVER, Dlrcctor of the Department of Biology, is a grad- uate of Franklin and Marshall College. He received his Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University. Dr, Schaeffer, who is the ad- visor of Alpha Sigma Pi, the biology hon- orary society, and the Chess Club, has been o member of the faculty since l932. DR. STANLEY F. CHAMBERLIN, Director at the Finance Department, became a member ot the faculty in l925. He had previously taught at the Wharton School of Business. Advisor to Delta Sigma Pi, Dr. Chamberlin was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. He received his doctorate at New York University. T. ALLEN, Director of the lnsurance Department, received his BS. and AM, at the University of Pennsyl- vania, Author of "General Principles of Insurance," Mr. Allen has been a lec- turer in insurance at LaSalle College since 1936. He is a member ot Theta Xi and Delta Sigma Pi. MISS MARTHA K. WIEGAND, Director at the Secretarial Department, is a Temple graduate. Advisor of the Secretarial Club End Seclrletary-Treasurer ot Bef Ciiamma igma, iss Wiegand joined t e acu ty tt tl in 1930, She is a member ot Kappa Delta Pi and the Career Conference Committee. n wi iii- DR. IRWIN S. HOFFER, Director of the Department of Statistics, ioined the fac- ulty in l929. Advisor to .Beta Gamma Sigma, Dr, l-lotfer is a graduate ot Harvard University. He is a member ot the Na- tional Executive Committee of the Amer- ican Society tor Quality Control and the American Statistical Association. DR. STERLING K. ATKINSON, Director ot the Accounting Department, is a Temple graduate. Sponsor of the Honorary Ac- counting Society, Dr. Atkinson has been a faculty member since l926. He is af- filiated with the Pennsylvania lnstitute of C.P,A.'s and the National Association of Cost Accountants. DR. W. ROY BUCKWALTER, Director at the Department of Management, has been connected with the University since 1940. He is a graduate of the University ot Pennsylvania, where he also received his MA. and Ph.D. Sponsor of Pi Gamma Mu, Dr. Buclcwalter is o member at the Industrial Relations Committee at the Chamber at Commerce. DR. MYRON S. HEIDINGSFIELD, Director of the Marketing Department, is a grad- uate at the College of the City at New Yark, where he received his B.S. and M.A. Sponsor of the Marketing Club, he received his Ph.D. at New York University. Dr. I-leidingstield is a member of the American Marketing Association. Bll I ESS DR. RUSSELL H. MACK, Director at the Department of Economics, is a graduate of Baker University. He received his A.M. at Columbia University and his Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. A mem- ber of the faculty since l925, Dr. Mack is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma and Pi Gamma Mu, MR. HENRY E. BIRDSONG, Director of the Department ot Journalism, has been a member of the faculty since l927. Vice-President of the American Associa- tion at Teachers of Journalism, Mr. Bird- sang was graduated from the University ot Missouri, where he earned his A.B. and B..l. He received his Ph.M. at the University at Wisconsin. - . DR. FRANK PADDOCK, Director ot the Department of Political Science, ioined the faculty in l928. A graduate of indiana State Teachers College, Dr. Paddock re- ceived his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Paddock, who is advisor to the Pre-Law Club, formerly taught at Ohio State University. DR. S. HOMER SMITH, Director of the Department of Business Law and Real Estate, has spent 31 years as a member of the faculty. Advisor to Zeta Lambda Phi and honorary member of Delta Sigma Phi, Dr. Smith was gracuatecl from Buck- nell University. He is a member at the Philadelphia and Michigan State Bar Associations. DR. JOSEPH S. BUTTERWECK, Director of the Department of Secondary Educa- tion, joined the University in l926. A University of Pennsylvania graduate, Dr. Butterweclc earned his doctorate at Columbia University, He was formerly Princi al ot Haddon Heights iN, J J High D . School and Media lPa,l High School, where he also taught science. if , lvllSS GRACE K. NADIG, Director of the Department at Horne Economics, has been a member of the faculty since 1923. A graduate ot Pennsylvania State College, she received her MA. at Columbia and did further graduate study at the Uni- versity of Chicago. Author of several books, -Miss Nadig is advisor of the Laura H. Cornell Nursing Society. department head DR. WILLIAM LEONARD HUGHES, Di- rector at the Department of Health and Physical Education, has been a member of the faculty for the last three years. A member ot the President's Advisory Board on Athletics and Faculty Senate A i Thirty-fam' Committee on Personnel, Dr. Hughes has written numerous books and pamphlets in his field of education. TE CHER DR. WILLIAM M. POLISHOOK, Director of the Department of Business Education, joined the faculty in 1947. Engaged in public school teaching from l93l to I947, Dr. Palishook also taught at Paterson State Teachers College, Upsala College, and l-larvard University, Dr. Palishook, who has written several books, received his Ed.D. at New York University. if MR, WILBERT B. HITCHNER, Director ol the Department of Music Education, iained the faculty in l945. Conductor of the University Men's Glee Club, Mr. Hitchner is a graduate oi Rutgers Uni- versity. He received his M.A. at Columbia University. A member ot Beta Theta Pi, Mr. l-litchner was formerly Vice-President ot the Eastern Music Educators' Canter- ence. MISS ESTHER REED MASON, Director at the Department at -Early Childhood and Elementary Education, joined the faculty in l932. A graduate of Smith College, Miss Mason formerly taught at Vassar College and Columbia University. One of the authors of "Child Care and Guidance," she is a member of the National Association for Childhood Edu- cation, Thirty jize W '51, 3' M W... . Ftp." .,--, ,,,.4' 1 ,. 117 -Q A Q - qi 3 'f F 1 L..-us-nu-Q-, Q h EEE :H ME fffii 1,31 5515+ ' Wrfff ' .f X qi II JF- ,S Ear ll mx 5' wtf f 414 13... U ,M Iii fi , . f ' s R. v ', ' ..-2312 . 13.--: nr- , N4 L "'J-,. .. 0. Y g--., ., . , , v, gl yy, 3 1... , 1. VU? 1 . 1 2,5 555: . pf-. f is 55 ,w.x. 1 F I w I 1 'ix K ' ' fy: -ZH-3+ JL' W. iiiilf I g.'i'35gf51,,5i,: wg. 'Z Q i.,f!,. ,gij b '32 6 vT'Q 73f- Q Q 91' Q B Lai, . :JL -f ,:f .v ..-:gf .Ai - X '1'-fx: ,JPTEX A if Q ' , . qffaqui 53 ri 'iii 'E s.-I W ,R J W 2?--f. 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ELMER HARFORD, Professor of Anatomy, is a Temple graduate. A mem- ber of Pi Epsilon Delta, Dr. Harford has spent sixteen years as a member of the Chiropody School faculty. DR. DUANE G. SONNEBORN, Professor of Medicine, is a graduate of the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, He joncd the faculty of the Chiropcdy School 'three years ago, DR. FREDERICK A. FISKE, Professor of Surgery, ioined the faculty of the School of Chiropady three years ago. Dr. Fiske was graduated from St. .loseph's College and Jefferson Medical College. DR. PAUL A. QUINTAVALLE, Instructor in Peripheral Vascular Diseases, was graduated from Temple in l939. A mem- ber of Pi Epsilon Delta, Dr. Quintavalle has been a staff member for three years. DR. ARTHUR RAPPAPORT, Professor of Massage and Hydro-therapy, has been a member of the Chiropody staff for twenty-four years, A Temple graduate, Dr. Rappaport is head of the Diabetic Clinic at Philadelphia General Hospital. acuity DR. FRANK J. CARLETON, Professor of Mechanical Orthopedics, has been a mem- ber of the faculty for fifteen years. A Temple graduate, Dr. Carleton is a mem- ber of Pi Epsilon Delta fraternity. DR. FELTON O. GAMBLE, Professor Roentgenolagy, was graduated from Ohio College of Chiropody. He has a member of the faculty for twelve HIRUPDDY Didactic Chiropody, was graduated from Temple. A member of the faculty for sixteen years, Dr. Engel belongs to Pi DR. REUBEN FRIEDMAN, Professor of Dermatology, is a graduate of Temple's School of Medicine and the University of Vienna. l-le has been a faculty member for seven years. MARTIN FlSl-lER, Professor of Physi- is a graduate of Temple and the :x nn Medical School. A member of an Delta fraternity, Dr. Fisher has on the faculty for seven years. .fav DR. FRANK V. CARUSO, lnstructor in Chemistry, has been a member of the Chiropody staff for three 'yearsj Dr. Caruso is a Temple graduate. Epsilon Delta fraternity. DR. FRANK N. R. BOSSLE, Instructor in Materia Medica, was graduated from Temple University in 1926. Dr. Bossle, who is Comptroller of the ,Chirapody Clinic, has been a member ofg. the staff for twenty-five years. " Clinical Chiropody, was rom Temple. Direztar of the Chiropody Clinic Dr. Rowe is o member of Pi Epsilon Delta DR. ROBERT ROWEN, Professor of Chemistry, was graduated from Temple. Dr. Rovven has been a member af the faculty for twenty-five vears. DR. ANTHONY RAMPULLA, Professor of Ethics and Jurisprudence. has been a member of the faculty for twenty-two years. l-le' is a Temple graduate, DR. HERBERT M. COBE, Professor of Bac- teriology, has been with the University for 13 years. A member of the Interna- tional Association of Bacteriologists, the American Bacteriological Society, and the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Dr. Cobe is o graduate of the University of Michigan. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. at Stan- ford University. R J HOWARD GRAHAM, Professor ana ead of the Department of Organic hemistry came to Temple in 1926. Jrmerly connected with various chemical rms Dr. Graham taught for 23 years in condary schools. interested in music, :rdenin and bee kee in he is o mem DR. GEORGE D. HADZSITS, Professor of Pharmaceutical Latin, joined the faculty in 1945. Recipient of the degrees of AB., A.M., and Ph.D, at the University at Michigan, Dr. l-ladzsits also studied in Rome at the American Academy. Inter- ested in music, Dr. Hadzsits is a member of the Classical Association of the Atlan- tic States. DR. MIKI-lAlL B. PLUNGIAN, Research Professor in Chemistry and head of Pharmacy's Research Department, joined the faculty three and one half years ago. Engaged in research projects in chemo- therapy, Dr. Plungian is a graduate of the University of Moscow. He is a member of DR. M. L. LEITCH, Associate Professor of Zoology, has been connected with the University since 1931. Dr. Leitch received his B.S. at Randolph-Macon College, his MS. at the University of Virginia, and did graduate work at the University of Michigan. He also attended seminars at DR. ARTHUR E JAMES Professor of Chemistry began teaching at the Univer sity in 1937 A graduate of Penn xlvonio State College Dr James received hi MA at the University of Pennsylvania and his PhD at Cornell University Dr James hobbies include an interest in his tory ceramics and antiques Q, P Q, ' ar af Sigma Xi, American Chemical So- ety, and the American Association for dvancement of Science. the A. Ph. A., the American Chemical Society, and Association of Philadelphia Scientists. the Cold Spring Harbor biological station. Dr. Lacquer joined the faculty in DR. FRANK l-l. EBY, Professor of Botany and Pharmacognosy, a Temple graduate, has been on the faculty for 30 years. Founder of the Temple branch of the A. Ph. A. and Beta Omega Chapter of Kappa Psi, Dr. Eby is past President of the A. Ph. A. and a member of the Penn- sylvania Academy of Science, Plant Science Seminar, and the American As- sociation of University Professors. PH RM CY DR. JAMES C. MUNCH, Protessor or Pharmacology, a member of the faculty since i93l, received his BS. and M,S. at Illinois Wesleyan University. l-le obtained his Ph.D. at George Washington Univer- sity. Among other organizations, Dr. Munch is a member of Kappa Psi, the A. Ph. A., A. A. A. S., and the Pennsyl- vania Pharmaceutical Association. DR. RUSSELL A. CAIN, Assistant Profes- sor of Manufacturing Pharmacy, joined the faculty in January of l948. Dr. Cain received his Ph.C., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is a member of the A. Ph. A., Sigma Xi, Rho Chi, Phi Sigma, and the Masons. DR. EVERT J. LARSON, Professor of Physiology, has been with the School of Pharmacy for i2 years. l-le received his B.A. in l93l and his Ph.D. in i936 at Yale University. His A.M. was conferred upon him at Clark University in l933. Dr. Larson is a member of Sigma Xi and Maryland in l948.' the American Association of University DR. SALVATORE J. GRECO, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, is a newcomer tc Pharmacy School. A member of Rho Chi Sigma Xi, and the A. Ph, A., Dr Grecc received his B.S. at Duquesne University in 1942 and his Ph.D. at the University oi MR. OVAL A. PHIPPS, Associate Profes- sor of Law, joined the faculty in l946. A graduate of the University of Colorado, Mr. Phipps also received his LLB. and LL.M. at that institution. Mr. Phipps, who is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, the American and Colorado Bar Associations, is doing further graduate study at Yale. DR. ELDEN S. MAGAW, Assistant Dean and Professor of Law, joined the faculty in 1933. He received his AB. and LLB. at the University of Oklahoma and his S.J,D. at Georgetown University. Dr. Ma- gaw, whose hobby is golf, is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, the Benjamin Franklin Consistory, the Kiwanis of Philadelphia, and the Board of Stewards of Lansdowne Methodist Church. MR. GEORGE P. WILLIAMS, lll, Lecturer in Law, has been a member of the faculty since l94l5. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Williams received his LLB. at Temple Law School, where he was editor af the Law Quarterly. Mr. Williams is a member of Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Delta, and the American Bar Association. MR. BERTRAM K. WOLFE, Professor of Law, has been a member of the faculty since l9l8. President of the Twenty-Five Year Club, Mr. Wolfe is a Temple Law School graduate. A member of Phi Delta Phi, Mr. Wolfe has written numerous articles for the Law Quarterly, Referee's Journal, and Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly. DR, LESTER B. ORFlELD, Professor of Law, joined the faculty of the Law School in l947. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Dr. Orfield received his M.A. at Duke University and his S..l.D. at the University of Michigan. Dr. Orfield is a member of Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, and Phi Alpha MR. LAURENCE H. ELDREDGE, Adjunct Professor of Law, is a graduate of Lafayette College, where he received his B.S, in l924. He received his LLB. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1927. Mr. Eldredge is also connected with the State Attorney General's Office. Delta. acuity eLl I ll O , 4? t., N. . .j V. MR. WARREN M. BALLARD, Professor of Law, joined the faculty in l94O, An ex- Naval officer, Mr, Ballard is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he received his B.A., M.A., and LL.B. He has also done further graduate study at Yale Law School. Formerly connected with the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Mr. Ballard is a member of the editorial staff of the Virginia Law Review. HON. ALBERT B. MARIS, Adjunct Pro- fessor of Law and Judge, United States Circuit Court of Appeals, has been asso- ciated with the University since l94l. A graduate of Temple Law School, Judge Maris received his LL.B. here in l9l8. An honorary degree of LLD. was con- ferred upon him at Temple in l94O. MR. JAMES M. BRITTAIN, Professor of Law, has been a member af the Law School faculty since l91lO. Mr. Ballard was an undergraduate at Lafayette Col- lege and completed his study at the Uni- versity oi Pennsylvania where he received his LL.B. in l9l6. Mr, Ballard, who has his own private practice, did further graduate work at Columbia University. MR. LAWRENCE N. PARK, Lecturer in Law, was graduated with an LL.B. from Temple Law School in l93O. Mr. Park is a member of the Camden County Bar Association, the Gloucester County Bar Association, the Military Order of World Wars, and the Philadelphla Bar Associa- tion. HON. GROVER C. LADNER, Adjunct Professor of Law and Judge, Orphan's Court, Pennsylvania, has been a member at the faculty since l94l. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Judge Ladner is a member of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and American Bar Associa- tions, the City Center improvement As- sociation, and the Pennsylvania Conserva- tion Committee. DR, LEON ENGERS, Instructor in Paint- ing, received his Ph.D, at the University of Berlin. Dr. Engers, who has works on exhibit here and abroad, studied at the Sorbonne, Paris, the Academie Julian, Paris, and the Bauhaus, Weimar, Ger- many. He was formerly a pupil of Lyonel Feininger. -i.-. , MR. ALEXANDER ABELS, Assistant Pro- fessor of Fine Arts, studied in the Acad- emy ot Fine Arts in Berlin and Munich. A student of Max Doerner, Mr. Abels was formerly instructor of the Art Students' League in New York, and Technical Ad- visor, Treasury Department, Section of Pointing and Sculpture, Washington, D. C. Artist and lecturer, Mr. Abels has paint- ings exhibited in Europe and America. MR. MORRIS BLACKBURN, Instructor in Graphic Arts and Industrial Design, studied at the Pennsylvania Academy and with Arthur B. Carles. Mr. Blackburn formerly taught at Bryn Mawr College and Pennsylvania Museum School of ln- dustrial Art. He is represented in numer- ous public and private collections by paintings and prints. . i. r . s',, f' T1 it --e-r MISS LISA O. LANGLEY, Instructor in Ceramics, studied at the Art Students League in New York. She also attended the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art and was a student at Alfred University. Miss Langley, who worked in Majorca, has paintings and ceramics on exhibition here and in Europe. MR. RUDOLF STAFFEL, Instructor in Ceramics and Industrial Art, studied under Jose Arpo and Xavier Gonzalez and is a graduate of the Art Institute of Chi- cago, Represented by paintings and cera- mics in public and private collections, Mr, Staffel has done a great deal of research in early Mexican and American Indian crafts. MR. VINCENT P. RODGERS, Instructor in Jewelry and Metalwork, has samples of his work on exhibition throughout the United States. Mr. Rodgers studied at the California School of Fine Arts and the Seattle Art School. He was a pupil of Hennf L. Jenkinson and Douglas Gilchrist. acuity MR. ALDEN WICKS, Instructor in Paint- ing, received his A.B. at Princeton Uni- versity. He was granted his M.F.A. at Tyler, and also studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and the Art Students League. Formerly instructor in Art at Princeton University and Hunter College, Mr. Wicks' works are on exhibition in many cities. MR. STEVE LEWIS, Instructor in Sculp- ture, Foundry, and Shop, studied with Boris Blai and Raphael Sabatini. He holds the degrees of B.S. in Education, B.F.A., and M.F.A. from Tyler School. Mr. Lewis, who has work exhibited in several states, received the Tyler Alumni Sculpture Award in l948. TYLE MR. FURMAN J. FINCK, Instructor in Painting and Watercolor, studied at the Pennsylvania Academy at Fine Arts. Win- ner of the Cresson Scholarship in I924, the Carnegie Prize of National Academy of Design in I943, and the Popular Prize of Art Museum in Worcester, Mass., Mr. Finck has paintings, water colors, and drawings on exhibit throughout the United States. Dean and Mrs. Boris Blai. DR. HERMAN S. GUNDERSHEIMER, Pro- tessor at History of Art, studied at the Universities ot Munich, Wuerzburg, Ber- lin, and Leipzig. Widely known as an author, lecturer, and book reviewer, Dr. Gundersheimer was formerly Director of the Rothschild Museum, Frankfurt-om Main. He is now in charge of the aca- demic progrom, curriculum, and libraiy MR. RAPHAEL SABATINI, Professor of Fine Arts, is widely known as a painter, sculptor, and printmaker. His works are exhibited and represented in various col- lections in both the United States and Europe. Mr. Sabatini studied with Charles Grafly, Arthur B. Carles, and Henry Mc- Corter in America, and in Europe with Antoine Bourdelle and Ferdinand Leger MISS CREELMAN ROWLAND, Assistant to the Deon, is a graduate of Greensboro College. She holds the degrees of A.B., R.N., and M.A. in Counseling and Guid- ance, A member of Kappa Delta, Miss Rowland was formerly active in the fields of play production, student personnel, counseling, public relations, and com- munity recreation. MR. EMLEN ETTING, Instructor in Paint- ing, received his B.S. ot Harvard Univer- sity. He studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere and under Andre Lhote in Paris. Formerly instructor at the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art ond Florida Southern College, Mr. Etting has had one man shows in Paris, New York, Boston, Cleveland, and Phila- delphia. department head COMMll ITY C0llEGE DR. EDWARD B. SHILS, Director of the Department of Social Sciences, has spent three years with the University Dr. Shils received his BS. in Economics and his M.A, and Ph.D, in Political Science and Public Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. Formerly on instructor and research associate at the University of Pennsylvania, part-time consultant to the City and School District of Philadelphia, and an officer of the Veterans Adminis- tration, Dr. Shils is a member of the American Arbitration Society. MR. JOHN V. BOSCH, Director of the Department of Business, joined the faculty in l948. A graduate of the-Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, Mr. Bosch is a member of Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa Phi Kappa, as well as on active partici- pant in church club work. Before coming to the University, Mr. Bosch tough at Salem High School and Belleville High School in New Jersey. An Army veteran, Mr. Bosch also held the position of As- sistont Professor at Drexel lnstitute. MRS. EMILY FLETCHER COOPER, ln- jl structor of Psychology and Student Coun- l selor, joined the faculty in l948. Born in Nottingham, England, Mrs. Cooper re- ceived her BS. at Columbia University, her M.A. at New York University, and has done further graduate study at Co- lumbia and the University of Pennsyl- vania. She formerly taught at Western Michigan College of Education and Har- cum Junior College, Bryn Mawr. l l MR. HORACE P. BECK, Director of the Department of English, has been with the University since l9'-l8. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Beck taught Public Speaking and Composition there from I9-46 to l948. An ex-Navy man, Mr. Beck is interested in the study of folklore, and is a member of the American Folklore Society and the New York Folklore Society. His other interests include hunting, fishing and soiling. DR. ,IDH IGHT KER I 1 M if A 1 Lisizi 55- , i . i . -i Y, . I y 1 i 5 , r , - i , i DR. JOHN DWIGHT KERN Dr. John Dwight Kern, chairman of the English Department, died in November, 1948. He was a member of the faculty for 22 years. Born in Germantown, Ohio, Dr. Kern was graduated Magna Cum Laude from Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio, in 1922, receiving his B.A. degree. He received his M.A. in 1924 at I-larvard University, and his Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1933. Prior to his entering thc teaching field in 1924 as an English instructor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dr. Kern was a reporter, book reviewer, and editorial writer on the Dayton Daily News. Dr. Kern continued his book reviewing through the years for the N em York Timex, Philadelplzia Inq-u,i9'c'r, London Ti-mes, Avizericmz. Literature, and other publications. His books include "Constance Fenimore Woolsonj' published in 1934, and "This America," which he co- authored, published in 194-2. Dr. Kern was a member of the Modern Language Association, College English Association, and the Ameri- can Association of University Professors. That time of year thou mayst in me behold Wlleii yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang Upon those boughs which shake against the cold, Bare ruiu'd choirs where late the sweet birds sang. In me thou see'st the twilight of such day As after sunset fadeth in the west, Wliicli by and by black night doth take away, Death's second self, that seals up all in rest. ln me thou seeist the glowing of such fire That on the ashes of his youth doth lie, As the death-bed whereon it must expire, Consum'd with that which it was nou1'isl1'd by. This thou perceiv'st, which makes thy love more strong, To love that well which thou must leave .ere long. SHAKESPEARE Mr 5, veref H- T d Dr- SYO tile Dr Robert L. 50W'SOn' on u I ' riieY F' Cmmb erliri. Dr. Rae Dougherty and Miss Gertrude D, Peabody. WENTY-FIVE 'Fw 4- , u, . I T' rr I 'W Wir '11 '11 A 1. e"l1i Dr. Bernqrd B. Wat . 5 ,D. E. Beufv. President Erci1neritLls.C'GrenCe Hodges, Und Dr. Charles The Twentv-Five Year Club, comprising members of the fac- ' f 95 rs ulty and administration who have served the University or .. yea or more, was organized in October, 1943, by Mr. Peter H. Tuttle, d on of Dr Russell H Convvell and a University Trustee. gran s . . During the Hrst years of its existence, the Club held annual dinners at which Mr. Tuttle acted as host. In 19416, a committee was orvanized to draft a constitution, and the Club was later D granted a charter and incorporated under the laws of the Common- wealth as a non-profit organization in January, 19467. At that time oflicers were elected. Dr. W. Wa ne Babcock was chosen first president of the new Y organization. He was later succeeded by Dr. Claude S. McGinnis. Odicers of the Club this year are: lVIr. Bertram K. Wolfe, presi- dentg Dean William T. Caldwell, vice-president, Dr. Frank H. Eby, treasurer, and Miss Frances B. Bowers, secretary. The organization also has a Board of Governors: Dr. G. Morton lllman, Dr. Eby, Dean Harry A. Cochran, Mr. Wolfe, Mr. S. Homer Smith, Miss Bowers, Dean Caldwell, Dr. George H. Wailes, and Dr. Rae Dougherty. Desiring to be of some vital service to the University, the Club, which now has 77 members, has this year furnished a Faculty Club ' ' l H was offi- Housc. Donated to the Club by the University, t ie ouse cially opened on March 31. Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Tuttle greeted guests at the ceremonies pic- tured above. Under the sponsorship of the Twenty-Five Year Club, . . . . d the Faculty House is open to all members of the administration an faculty regardless of length of service. Dr. Arthur N. Cook, Mrs. Robert L. Johnson, and Mrs. Charles E, Beurv. YE R CLUB Nxt. 'F Dr. l'l randi- T' Allen' Ofgld H TWENTY-FIVE-YEAR CLUB Dr. C. Barton Addie Francis T. Allen D'r. Joseph W. Anders Dr. Jesse 0. Arnold Dr. George M. Astley Dr. W. W. Babcock Dr. Allen G. Beckley Dr. Franklin Benedict Frances B. Bowers Dr. William T. Caldwell Dr. Richard H. Calely Dr. Frank J. Carleton Dr. Theodore D. Casto Dr. Harry A. Cochran Dr. A. J. Cohen Dr. J. Norman Coombs Raymond J. Curry Dr. Thomas C. Davis Dr. Daniel J. Donnelly Dr. Rae Dougherty Dr. James H. Dunham Dr. Wilbur G. Dunning Dr. Frank H. Eby Dr. George S. Essig Dr. Charles Evans Dr. Hayim Fineman Dr. Charles A. Fisher Dr. Howard G. Fretz Dr. Gioacchino Giambalvo Walter S. Gladfelter Dr. Henry C. Graff Dr. Leon Halpern Dr. Harriet L. Hartley Gustav H. Heineman Dr. Napoleon B. Heller Dr. Louis Herman Dr. Lawrence E. Hess Dr. J. Garrett Hickey Mary Higgins Beniamin B. Hoar Dr. G. Morton lllman Dr. H. Evert Kendig Willis E. Kraeber Dr. Charles E. Krausz Dr. Anna L. Lingelbach Dr. Hunting J. Lord Lucinde P. MacKenzie Dr. Claude S. McGinnis Dr. Edward K. Mitchell Grace K. Nadig Henri C. Neel D QGS1 ond xt. f. Russell H- MOC MEMBERS Dr. William N. Parkinson Gertnlde D. Peabody Dr. Leo GN. Penn Dr. Arthur Rappaport Lillian Reed Dr. Thaddeus Rich Dr. William E. Robertson Dr. C. Gordon Rowe Robert Rowen Dr. John B. Roxby Dr. Felix Rusca Dr. John C. Scott Walter C. Setzer Emily V. Smith S. Homer Smith Dr. Milton Stouffer . Dr. William A. Steele Samuel J. Steiner Dr. David L. Suiter Dr. William A. Swalm Dr. W. Hersey Thomas Dr. Emil Ulrich Dr. George H. Wailes Dr. George E. Walk Dr. R. C. Walter Bertram K. Wolfe D Drllmon, and Major Rich d Of J Pollard Mrs. Richard E. Hansen and Mr. John H. Jenny. 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BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, Treas, 4, WAA Archery l, 2, 3, 4. IRVING BEREZ 5677 Lebanon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS melee WILLIAM BINNS 250 W. Duncannon Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Sigma Pi 3, 4, Diamond Honor Society 4, Alpha Sigma Pi 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, Band 4, President's Corps 3, 4. racing with the clock. JOSEPH BEHRENS 247 18th Avenue Patterson, N. J. ENGLISH Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, Sec. LRVING ALBERT 2526 N. 28th Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY LOUIS BABINKSY 4623 N. Tenth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY VERA BARKSDALE 2414 W. Cumberland Stree Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Delta Sigma Theta 2, 3. F Q MARY BENDER 5132 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS Mathematics Society 3, 4, English Honorary Society 3, 4, DOY D0dQ9f5 3- Phi Alpha Theta, V. Pres. 4, 2 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Concertmaster 3, 4. FLORENCE BERG 6147 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4. SARA BIRCHENALL 38 S. Fifth Avenue Coatesville, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY IRVIN BESMAN 2420 N. Hollywood Stre Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. MAURICE BLACK 4911 N. Hutchinson Stre Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. ALPHEE BOUFFARD 1208 Rockland Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Theta Ka a Phi I 3 4 V. DD 1 1 I res. 2, Newman Club I, 2, 4 res. 3, Foreign Student Adj sors Corps 4, Varsity Golf 2, 4. FRANCES BRESCIA 76 Wilson Avenue Wilson, Conn. ENGLISH LEONARD BRODSKY 2101 S. 16th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. JOHN BOYLE 3521 N. 18th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHILOSOPHY SCA 3, Pres. 45 Protestant Student Board V-Pres. 3, 4. ROBERT BREWTON, JR. 2039 S. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE CATHARINE BROWN 1505 N. 16th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 45 Debate Council 35 OWL 2. SABATINE BRANCO 1289 Dayton Street Camden, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY RUTH BRICKLIN 5026 N. 12th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Hillel l, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 3, 4. WILLIAM BROWN 3425 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO Phi Alpha Theta 4, WRT! Chief Announcer 3, Station Manager 4. IBERA- AR' S JOHN BRY 746 Beechwood Drive Havertown, Pa. PHYSICS MELVIN CAINE 5723 Florence Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY ENDELL CHESTNUT 713 W. Arlington Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Chief Engineer Ellis Shook HELEN BUCZEK 201 E. Wishart Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICS Newman Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN CHAFEY 325 Aura Road Clayton, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. NORMA CHRISTENSEN 3422 N. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Lutheran Students Asscci- ation 1, 2, 3, 4, Liberal Arts Club 4. takes his turn at WRTI mike. PAUL BUDENSTEIN 5729 Cedar Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS Mathematics Society 2, 3, 4. PAUL CHERNEY 2457 N. Myrtlewood Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH Phi Alpha Theta 45 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. HERBERT COHEN 2343 N. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Phi Alpha 3, 4, I-Iillel 3, 4, IF Sports I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM COHEN 2814 W. Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. THEATER Theta Alpha Phi 3, Pres. 4, Alpha Phi Omega 4, Sword So- ciety 4, University Assembly 4, Radio Workshop 3, 4, Tem- players I, 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Boosters 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL DEKOSKY 997 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 3, 4. GEORGE DE MARCO 2643 S. Juniper Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE GLORIA CROSS 1011 Sharpless Road Melrose Park, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, 4, So- ciology Club 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. MARY DEL BORRELLO 5951 -Greenway Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE ICG 2, 3, 4, Pre Law Club 4, V-Pres.. 3, IRC 3, Club Amis- tad 3, Newman Club 3, 4. NORMA DI MARIA 809 E. Chelten Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4, Club Amistad 4, Newman Club 3, 4. FTII . 9 1uL1ir!: Templar's Bob Sabatto caught padding his activities card in tidy yearbook ottice. ROBERT DOYLE 310 Walnut Place Havertown, Pa. SCIENCE Hammond Pre-Medical So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 3, 4. MARION ELSE R. D. No. 2 Catawissa, Pa. ENGLISH English Honorary Society 2, Sec. 3, 4. RICHARD ESBRANDT 2123 Brunswick Avenue Trenton, N. J. SOCIOLOGY JOHN DURBOROW 921 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill, Pa. ECONOMICS BLANCHE EMBICK BLANCHE EMBICK 2443 S. Milan Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Women's Chorus I, Lutheran Students Association 3, 4. ANN FAERMAN 5019 Rorer Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Liberal Arts Club 4, Hillel I z1emm1eAmwi IRIS CUPERSMITH 535 S. Melville Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY XWN 3. Sec. 4, Day Dodgers 3, Hillel 3, 4, LOUIS DEL DUCA 2021 Mifflin Street Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Alpha Phi Delta I, 2, 3, 4 OWL 3, 4, IRC 4, ltalica Pres. 4, NAACP 4, Pre-Lai Club 4, ICG 4, SCA 4, IF Bas ketboll, Football 3, 4. OTTAVIO DI RENZO 1906 S. Jessup Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO Owl 4, Italica 4, it JOHN ELLISON 11 S. Harwood Avenue Upper Darby, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Temple News 3, Haverto Student Commission 3, Hav town AVC, Vice-Chairman 3. DAVID ERLICH 2118 S. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY Classics Club 4. NORMAN FELD 302 S. Second Street. Philadelphia, Pa. THEATER Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4, Sw Society 4, Temployers 1, 2, 4, Radio Workshop 3, 4, WI Chief Announcer 4, PEGGY FINBERG 13th Street and 68th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SPANISH Club Amistad 3, 4, ltalica 4. IDA FRAIMON 1973 Spencer Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, Olney Student Com- mission 2, Veterans Club 2, 3, 4. DORIS FRANTZ 6323 Gardenia Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY French Honorary Society 2, Sociology Club 3, 4, IRC 2, 3, OWL I, 2, WAA Golf 2. l'l"l' RONALD FISHMAN 609 West Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4, Vet- erans Club 2, 3, Hammond Pre-Medical Society 3, 4, Hil- lel I, 2, 3, 4. ELEANORA FRANK 4651 James Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, V-Pres. 4, Chimes 3, 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, Newman Club I, 2, WAA Galt I, Basketball 2, 3. MARVIN FREEDMAN 2454 77th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. H I STORY French Honorary Society 2, 3, 4, Olney Student Commission I, 2. lrflifr - JOSEPH GALLOP 5359 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH DOROTHY GIULIANI 617 Valley Road Havertown, Pa. SPANISH Club Amistad 3, V-Pres. 4, ICG 3, 4, Italica 3, 4, IRC 2, , Newman Club 2, 3, 4. JACK GOLD 2436 S. Orkney Street Philadelphia, Pa. I SCIENCE AVC 3. RHODA FLEISHO-N 423 W. NORRIS STREET Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Phi Sigma Sigma 2, 3, Hillel i, 2, 3. MARVIN FRANK 3870 W. Cambridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY ALFRED FREEMAN 1937 N. 31st Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Xflv That grin an SCA prexy John l3oyle's face means membership just jumped. PAUL GARDNER 6640 Sprague Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS ISADORE GLUCHOVSKY 6122 Old York Road Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS MORTON GOLD , 6205 N. 11th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY IM Basketball 3. ROBERT GEBHARDTSBAUER 6636 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MORRIS GOCHIN 6213 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Veterans Club 3, 4, AVC 4 DAVID GOLDBERG 410 Wolf Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Debate Council 4, IM Hand- ball I, 2, 3. EARL GOLDBERG 5023 N. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Debate Council I, 2, 3, 4. LOWELL GORDON l220 Levick Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY Hillel 3, 4, IZFA 3, 4. THOMAS GREENWALD 2004 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH MILTON GOLDBERG 5347 Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH English Honorary Society 4, French Honorary Society 4, Owl 4, Scribbler's Club 4. LEONARD GRANOFF 2009 E. Moyamensing Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY ELAINE GROSS 5642 Woodcrest Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Phi Sigma Sigma 2, 4, V-Ar- English l'l0"l0"CIVY SOCIGIV 3, chon 3, Panhellenic Assoc. 4, 4. Sec. 3, ICG 2, 3, Sec. 4, Hillel l, 4. Cf LL:-.G Soles Director ot WRTI Dave Rosen checks day's receipts. MURIEL HAAS Ill N. Raleigh Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. ECONOMICS Economics Club 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4, Crop and Saddle 3. ROBERT HANES 5244 Ludlow Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Men's Glee Club 2, A Cap- pella Choir 3. 4, SCA 3, Can- terbury Club 4. EDWARD HIRSCH 457 Stuyvesant Avenue Trenton, N. J. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. LEONARD HAIMES I800 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY ELMER HANSELMAN 347 Greenwich Avenue Paulsboro, N. J. SCIENCE ELLA HOFFMAN R. D. No. Z Hamburg, Pa. MATH EMATICS WAA Bowling I, Crop and Saddle l. HERMAN GORDON 2538 S. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO WRTI Traffic Mgr. 4. GORDON GRAVES 27 Bellevue Terrace Collingswood, N. J. SOCIAL SCIENCE OWL 3, 4, ICG 3, 4. WILLIAM GUENTHER 6502 Browning Road Merchantville, N. J. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4. err ROSANNE HALPERN 336 S. Smedley Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Hillel 3, 4, IZFA 4, Corres. Sec. 3. HORACE HERBSMAN IOS Avenue P . Brooklyn, N. Y. CHEMISTRY Zeta Lambda Phi I, 3, 4. Bursar 2, Constitutional Con- vention 3, Chemistry Society 3, 4. ISABEL HOPKINS B25 Foulkrod Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Liberal Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4, Westminster Foundation I, 2, 3, 4, Canterbury Club l, 2, 3, Varsity Archery I, 2, 3, Mgr. 4. MARVIN HOPMAN 1203 W. Wyoming Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Veterans Club 4, Psi Chi 4, IM Basketball 3. WALTER HOSLER 1001 Parker Street Chester, Pa. ENGLISH JOSEPH IAN NARONE 105 Lanning Avenue Pennsgrove, N. J. BIOLOGY l'l"l' BERNARD HOROWITZ 31 White Terrace Newark, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY Zeta Lambda Phi 3, 4. STANLEY HOWELL 4701 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Sigma Pi I, 2, Herald 3, Pres. 4, Diamond Honor So- ciety V-Pres. 3, 4, Sword So- ciety 4, Diamond Band I, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, Sec. 3. Pres. 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I. ROSALIE IMPAGLIAZZO 1318 E. Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 2, 3, V- Pres. 4, Southern Circle 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. ELMER HOSKINS 3028 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY RONALD HUGO 3526 K Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Soccer I. ALEECE JACKSON 4422 City Line Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY 55 S X- I-AK' X DAVID JACOBS 2943 W. Oxford Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY S ' , NA el 2, 3, 4. MELVIN JOSEPHS Shelburne Apts., 13th and Lindley Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 4. EDWARD KAPLAN 1629 E. Tulpehocken Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Alpha Sigma Pi 3, Pres. 4, ward Society 4 Hammond Pre- edical Society 3, Pres. 4, Hil- Bill Cohen veteran Tem Ia er , D V radiates backstage humor. ENID JACOBSON 2500 S. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS Mathematics Society 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. IRWIN KAIGH 14 Circle Drive Marvine Gardens Margate, N. J. MATHEMATICS Chess Team, Capt. 3. SANDE KARTMAN 1316 Olney Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. H I STORY and Theta Alpha Phi president, SYLVIA JOFFE 1624 Widener Place Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 4, Liberal Arts Club 2, 4, Chemistry So- ciety 2, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE KANTNER 1837 W. Venanga Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY RUTH KATIN 2347 W. Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. C' SAMUEL KATZ 865 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 4, IRC I, 2, Hillel 3, 4. BARBARA KIRSCH 4422 City Line Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Day Dodgers 3, Hillel 3, IZFA 3. MICHAEL KLYSA 63-89 Saunders Street Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. POLITICAL SCIENCE Debate Council 2, 3, 4, ICG 3, 4, Pre-Law Club 4, OWL 4. CHARLES KERR H29 Cattman Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY GERALDINE KISTLER R.D. No. 3 Hamburg, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY SARA KRASNOW 977 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Day Dodgers 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 3, WAA, Basket- ball, Archery, Bowling 3, 4. Ffll . WRTI News Director Al Sher checks latest wire releases for newscast. LEON KUTNER 1246 Magnolia Avenue Camden, N. J. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. SIDNEY LEIBOVITZ 3834 Cambridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4, Table Tennis Team 3, 4. LLOYD LEVIN 'I439 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club 3, 4. ROBERT LANDGREN l70 Stratford Road New Britain, Conn. ECONOMICS Veterans Club 2, 3. MARTIN LENOW 640 Ritner Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Phi Alpha l, 2, 3, President 4- Hillel i, 2, 3, 4. 1 SAMUEL LEVIN 2904 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH English Honorary Society 3, 4, l, 2, IZFA 3, 4. GEORGE KIRK 5835 N. Lawrence Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4, Honori ary Accounting Society I, 2, TCF 2, 3, 4, Westminster Foundation I, 2, 3, 4. ELLIOTT KLEIN 4039 78th Street Jackson Heights, N. Y. BIOLOGY Hammond Pre-Medical Sc- ciety, Vice-Pres. 3, Alpha Sigma Pi 4, Veterans Club 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. IRWIN KUHR l525 W. 66th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 4, Debate Council i, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4. Q ROBERT LASSON 8308 Eastwick Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH Owl, Literary Editor Editor-in-Chief 4. EDWIN LEVIN 6041 Alma Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICS DELJEAN LEVINTHAL 5322 Gainor Road Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Day Dodgers 2, 3, 4, I 4 HERBERT LEVIT 715 N. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Phi Alpha 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, , Varsity.Swimming I, 2. ANTHONY LINFANTE 363 E. Main Street Norristown, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4, Italico E. WILLIAM LYSTER 713 E. Hunting Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Sigma Pi 3, 4, ICG 2, 3, RC 2, 3, 4, Economics Club 3, employers 3, 4, German Club , Varsity Fencing 3, 4. MIRIAM LEWINE 220 Jefferson Street Beaverdale, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4, DANIEL LUCAS 4300 Cottman Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. JOHN LEZENBY, JR. 90 Ordmont Drive Pennsgrove, N. J, CHEMISTRY JOHN LYNCH 69 Ardmore Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH Psi Chi 3, Veterans Club 3, Templayers 3, IM Basket- Hillel 2, 3, 4. ball, Baseball, Football 3, 4. IRVING MACHLES 409 E. Rockland Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY RAYMOND MacNAMARA 2727 S. Tenth Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY If-ER .. Xiflf PATRICIA MAIN 4703 N. Lawrence Street Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Theta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, Pre-Low Club 3, 4, Red oss 4, WAA I, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOUISE MARTIN 6441 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. , SCIENCE Lutheran Students Associa- n I, 2, 3, 4. LEONARD MELLMAN 4744 Rosehill Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH nglish Honorary Society 2, 4 Louis Del Duco developing Theatre. WILLIAM MARCUS 4952 Rising Sun Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Varsity Gym Team 3, Cheer Leader 3. ROBERT McCORMlCK 52 Klein Avenue Trenton, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY Sigma Phi Epsilon 4, Mitten Student Board 3, Methodist Club 3, 4, SCA 3, 4, IM Foot- ball, Basketball, Baseball, Handball, 3, 4. ' ALBERT MILLER 3218 W. Monument Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY I-lillel I. box office appeal in Mitten Hall - - 1 lf. RICHARD MARSH 6860 N. Forrest Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Templayers I, Economics Club 2, 3, 4, ETHEL MELCHING 4762 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Liberal Arts Club 4, Chem- istry Society 3, Lutheran Stu- dents Asscciation 3. MICHAEL MORELLO 2518 S. Rosewood Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Templar 4, Lutheran Students Association 3, IF Baseball 4. lp- EUGENE MORRIS 122 Church Avenue Clifton Heights, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Veterans Club 1. JOHN MURRAY 4522 Magee Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Theta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, ICG 3, lRC 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4. JAY NADEL 193 E. Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Alpha Sigma Pi 4, Psi Chi 4, Hammond Pre-Medical Society 3, 4, Chemistry Society 4, Hillel 4. Cf LLL: - MILDRED MORRIS 221 N. 58th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. EDWARD MURT 197 Widener Street Philadelphia, Pa. HARRY MORTON 420 Somerville Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Sigma Pi 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi dent 4, Psi Chi 4. ANGELINE MUSIK 4085 Comly Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY B1ol.oaY Veterans Club 3, 4, Newman French Honorary Society 2 Club It 2, 3, 4- Secretary 3, SCA 2. MARY ELLEN NEARY 1510 Shunk Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Dave Jacobs leaves a Hammond Pre-Med meet for an Alpha Sigma Pi confab. CHARLOTTE NORVELL 128 Morris Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIAL SCIENCE Liberal Arts Club 2, Day Dodgers 2, Newman Club 1. BARBARA OWEN 115 Madison Avenue Elizabeth, N. J. ENGLISH Alpha Sigma Alpha 3, 4, English Honorary Society 3, Treasurer 4, Wiatt Hall Dormi- tory Council 2, 3, CanterbufY Club 3, 4, SCA 2, 3, 4, WAA Bowling 3. HELEN PERLMUTTER 5447 Claridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club 3, 4. SEYMOUR NUDDLE 7001 Limekiln Pike Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club 3, 4. MARY ALICE PANGONIS 615 W. Mohanoy Avenue Mohanoy City, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4, University Assembly 3, 4, lCG 2, 4, Pre-Law Club 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, VVAA Basket- ball 1. MILTON PEVNER 4170 Leidy Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BioLoGY Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. ISADORE NICHOLSON 5150 N. Hutchinson Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4 Mathematics Society 3, 4. 1 JOSEPH OBERMAN 2715 W. Oakdale Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY Temple News 3. JOHN PEARSON 4614 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS ROBERT PFEILSTICKER 6450 Clearview Street Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Va Basketball 1, Varsity Base 1. WILLIAM PINCUS 2439 S. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY GORDON PODENSKY 436 McKean Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4. SYLVIA POPOWICH 518 E. Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY French Honorary Society 4, IZFA 4, Day Dodgers 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD PLATNICK 431 Sixth Street Lakewood, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4, Veterans Club 4, IM Basketball 3. JOSEPH POLINOWSKY 5848 Pemberton Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS CAROLYN POSEY I84l Grand Boulevard Wyomissing, Pa. ENGLISH Alpha Sigma Alpha 4, English Honorary Society 4, Liberal Arts Club 3, Christian Science Organization I, 2, 3, 4, University Religious Council 4. l'I"l' Ida. I ELIZABETH PRICE 'l3Il Wakeling Street - Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE ICG Secretary 3, IRC 3, Pre- Law Club, Treasurer 3, Scrib- glels Club 3, 4, Club Amistad IRENE RATINER 4l3 S. 62nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. MARY ANN REISS l902 W. Erie Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. FOREIGN LANGUAGES Club Amistad 3, 4. Q - I-Xifl ALLEN PLATT 5l32 N. Hutchinson Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Hillel 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR POLISHUK III4 Butler Street Chester, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4. BRUCE PRESSER Mount Ephraim, N. J. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4. The two Mr. Zawaiski's-veteran Owl back finds his sober photograph highly amusing. VINCENT RABA Centralia, Pa. HISTORY Theta Kappa Phi 3, Sgt.- at-Arms 4, Newman Club 3, 4, Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3. ALFRED RAUCHMAN 36 Gordon Street Perth Amboy, N. J. ECONOMICS Phi Alpha l, 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, IF Council 3, University Assembly 4, Band I, 2, Orchestra I, 2, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR RICHMAN R.D. No. 4, Freehold, N. J. DARWIN RANNELS 1801 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY ' Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Sigma Pi 3, 4, University As- sembly 4, Veterans Club I, AVC 2, 3, 4. MARTIN REISER 5647 Lynford Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH Temple News I, Owl 3, Radio Workshop 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. EDWIN RIEBEL Chalfont, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE Psi Chi 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, Sigma-Pi 3, Alumni Secretary Treasurer 4, Archery l. 4, Pre-Low Club 3, 4, Orches- tra 3, 4 C X DANTE ROCCARIO 725 N. 64th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHILOSOPHY DAVID ROSEN 2405 N. Hollywood Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO WRTI Sales Director 4. BYRON ROVINE 6455 Overbrook Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY ELIZABETH ROGERS l9l7 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIAL SCIENCE MARTIN ROSEN 906 E. Westmoreland Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4. BARTHOLOMEW RUMAKER l38 Hoffman Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Phi Alpha Theta 4, Glee Club 4, Newman Club 4. Cfllr-C' Q did Ethel Melching, top gal in Liberal Arts Club for Women, building up WRTI's Hooper. BERNARD -SACKS 6704 N. 15th street Philadelphia, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Pre-Low Club I, Hillel I. CHARLES SCHNERR Davis Avenue Broomall, Pa. ENGLISH English I-lonoraw Society, Vice-President 3, Lutheran Students. Association 3, 4. GERSON SCHWARTZ 5434 Euclid Street Philadelphia, Pa. H I STORY Phi Alpha Theta -4, Alpha JOSEPH SANTNER l5lO E. Moyamensing Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. GERMAN French Honorary Society 4, German Club 4, Southern Circle l, 2, 3, 4, IM Basket- ball l. BERNICE SCHNEYER 543 E. Tabor Road Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 3, 4. GEORGE SCHWEIKER 7508 Walnut Lane Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Olney Student Commission l Phi Omega 4, Hillel l, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Society 3, Treasurei , 4. IRENE ROMMEL Belmont Annex, West River Drive Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 2, Libera Arts Club 2, TCF 3. FAE ROSENTHAL 2805 Violet Avenue Baltimore, Md. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4. ROBERT SABBATO, JR. 315 W. Pine Street Clearfield, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Sigma Pi 3, 4, Sword Socie 3, 4, English Honorary Socie 4, Templar, Org. Ed. 3, Co Editor-in-Chief 4, Senate 4, IF Council 3, 4, President' Corps, President, 4, NSA 3, 4 Scribbler's Club 2, 3, 4, New man Club I, 2, 3, 4. 1 JOSEPH SCHLEY 3648 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 4, Hillel 4. CHARLES SCHRADE 144 W. Chew Street Philadelphia, Pa. GERMAN Senate 2. RAYMOND SCOTT 5640 Willows Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY ROCHELLE SEGAL 2541 N. Front Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY mwrgiemmii FRANKLIN SEYFERT I7 E. Baltimore Avenue Media, Pa. HISTORY Kappa Phi Kappa 4. JOSEPH SHERICK 3228 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Vet- erans Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4. PFI' SIDNEY SEGAL 355 Wolf Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Psi Chi 4, Veterans Club 4, German Club 4. MILTON SHANKER 4619 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY mmieume EDWIN SHERMAN 546 E. Clarkson Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH Senate 4, University As- sembly 3, 4, Temple Town Meeting 2, 3, Vice-Chairman 4, Pre-Law Club 4' NAACP 4, Hillel 4. JEANNE SELIS 2828 Glenwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS Mathematics Society 3, Hil- lel I, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT SHER 6707 Ogontz Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. RADlO Veterans Club 3, 4, Market- ing Club 3, 4, Radio Workshop 34 JUDY SHESTACK 5452 Lebanon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Hillel 3, 4. 3-8 X.. 1-XR' f SACHI SHIMOMURA R.D. No. 3 Princeton, N. J. ENGLISH Liberal Arts Club 1, Z, TCF 2, 3, 4, Westminster Founda- tion 3. ALVIN SLICKMAN 6209 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH DORA SMITH 3913 N. Darien Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Chimes 3, 4, Student Com- mission Panel 3, IRC 3, 4, Day Dodgers 1, 2, 3, 4, Sociology Club 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, Tennis Club I, 2, Social Dancing Club 2. Producer Herm Gordon sets ELLIS SHOOK ZII4 W. Pacific Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO Radio Workshop 3, 4, WRTI Chief Engineer 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, 4. DORRIS SMALET 40th and Ford Road Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY HELEN SMOLEN 1135 Wingohocking Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH English Honorary Society 4, Mathematics Society 2, 3, 4, Constitutional Convention 2, WAA Golf Club 2, Golf Team D. controls tor late WRTI broadcast. JOYCE SIMKINS 6230 N. 15th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY XYVV 2, 3, 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, Day Dodgers 2, 3, 4, I-Iillel I, 2. DONALD SMITH R.D. No. 1, Penton Salem, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY IM Manager 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball Manager 3, 4, Wrestling Manager 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4. MILDRED SOLOMON 1735 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. Ti? '29 ii fi. I ii A ---im We ll .Q ni .4iv'A Fas if STANLEY SNYDER 1521 Devereaux Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ' SCIENCE Hammond Pre-Medical Sa- ciety 3, 4. ALONZO STATON 905 N. 43rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH English Honorary Society 45 A Cappella Choir l, 2, 45 NAACP 45 OWL I, 2, 35 IRC 45 Club Amistad 45 SCA l, 2, 35 Hillel 45 Wesleyans 2, 35 Varsity Table Tennis I, 2, 3, 45 IM Basketball 35 Table Ten- nis Club 2, 3, 4. MARVIN SWARD 3000 W. Oxford Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY ALFRED SPIVACK 73 Walnut Park Boston, Moss. SCIENCE Psi Chi 45 Hammond Pre- Medical Society 45 Chemistry Society 45 Hillel 45 Varsity Swimming I, 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR STERN 4323 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO Phi Alpha Theta 3, 45 English Honorary Society 45 AVC 3, 4. SIDNEY TALISMAN 6042 Larchwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY AVC 2, 3, 4. COLLQC Ruth Wendkos, Iota Alpha Pi Hall lobbyist. BENJAMIN TERMINE 1432 Powell Street Norristawn, Pa. THEATER Templayers 35 Student Com- mission 3. ADALENE TODD 121 Poplar Avenue Wayne, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Day Dodgers I. HENRY WALEN5 1017 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4. president, plays role of Mitten DOVE TICKTIN 4548 N. Warnock Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOCIOLOGY Temple Town Meeting 3. ' LOUIS STAKE 860 N. 27th Street Camden, N. J. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, Presi dent 4. JERRY STIFFEL 5457 Diamond Street Philadelphia, Pa. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society 3, 4. DAVID TAYLOR, JR. 114 Jackson Avenue West Grove, Pa. POLITICAL SCIENCE Pre-Law Club 3, 4. 1 ALEXANDER T0'BlN 1416 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Hillel 1, 2, 3, 45 IM Basket 4, NAACP 45 Hillel 25 IZFA 3, 4. ball I, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE TRUSKEY 1705 S. Avondale Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Sigma Pi 45 Veterans Club 35 Newman Club l, 3, 45 IM Sports I, 25 IF Sports 3, 4. HOWARD WARNER 2116 S. 70th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY Alpha Sigma Pi 4. BENJAMIN TURNER 1724 Christian Street Philadelphia, Pa. HISTORY University Assembly 35 OW 25 IRC 25 Classics Club 45 AV 25 Track 3. ETHEL WASSERMAN 558 Perry Street Trenton, N. J. ENGLISH English Honorary Society f 45 Olney Student Commissio Rec. Sec. I. 25 Hillel I, 2, 3, DORIS WEISS S-41 Highway Berlin, N. J. BIOLOGY Lutheran Students Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Liberal Arts Club 4. YVONNE WESSELS 226 Long Lane Upper Darby, Pa. BIOLOGY Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, His- FAYE WEISS 2733 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY BERNARD WHITMAN 1802 Orthodox Street Philadelphia, Pa. ENGLISH Senate Parliamentarian torian 4, Liberal Arts Club 1, Hillel 3, 4. 2, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Women's Glee Club 4, Newman Club I, 4. HERMAN WOHLBURG 2300 E. Cedar Street Philadelphia, Pa. RADIO Phi Alpha Theta 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, Radio Workshop 3, 4, Thgatre Workshop 4, Hillel i, 2, , 4. HARRIET ZAMRIN 5466 Morse Street JOANNA WOOD 5702 Tulip Street Philadelphia, Pa. MATHEMATICS RUTH WENDKOS 5451 Claridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. PSYCHOLOGY Iota Alpha Pi 3, Pres. 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, University Assembly 3, 4, Liberal Arts Club I, 2, Day Dodgers 1, 2, Hillel 1, 4, Sec. 2, Vice-President 3. HARRY WOEHR North Avenue W. Berlin, N. J. PSYCHOLOGY 3, Psi Chi 3, V-Pres. 4, Debate Council 1. ' MARY WOODRING 1201 N. New Street Bethlehem, Pa. BIOLOGY Mathematics Society Treas. WAA I, 2, 3, 45 I3GSI4e'fI90II 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, Crop and Saddle I. I I' I' " f ' I' D X Q i Sigma Pi sage Stan Howell looks wise in front of Chapel of Four Chaplains. IZFA vice-president Toby Ticktin plans new membership drive. EUGENE ZAWOISKI 61 Maffet Street NATHAN ZECHTER 220 S. 60th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Plains, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. BIOLOGY BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY Day Dodgers I, Hillel 1, 2. Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Sen- Psi Chi 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. PHILIP ZEIDMAN ate 4, Templayers 4, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, IM Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. 4814 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. SCIENCE Pi Lambda Phi 3, 4, Ham mond Pre-Medical Society 3, 4, Boosters 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, Hillel i, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH ZELAUSKAS 51 Stanley Street Peely, Pa. CHEMISTRY - IM Sports 2, 3, 4. v-1. 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Chelton Road Parkside, Chester, Pa. ACCOUNTING Society for Advancement of Management 4. RICHARD ALTSHULER 521 S. 41st Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEWIS ABRONSKI 2628 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING BENJAMIN ALEXANDER, 1901 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Varsity Soccer, Tennis 2 3 4. JANET ANDERECK 1628 Church Lane Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, I Honorary Accounting Societ Secretary 4, A Cappella C I 1, 2, 3, 4, Boosters 1, SCA 1 f ..rlOO- Dot Ann O'Kelley, News Telegraph editor, takes a holiday from dots and dashes. GEORGE ANDERSON, JR. 1249 N. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING BAXTER ARNOLD, JR. 716 Ashland Avenue Eddystone, Pa. PRE-LAW Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, IF Council 3, 4, ICG 2, 3, 4, Pre- Law Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, Manager 3, 4. JOHN AUSTIN 891 Glenbrook Avenue Bryn Mawr, Pa. MANAGEMENT NOYMA APPELBAUM 5146 Mebus Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4. BEN AUGUSTINE 1812 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4. STANLEY AXENFELD 2139 N. 50th Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING HERBERT ARMSTRONG, . 737 Edgehill Road Glenside, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Soc 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma Golt Team 3. PAUL AURELIO 958 Bullock Avenue Yeadon, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION RUSSELL BACCHI 705 Arch Street Norristown, Pa. ACCOUNTING MAURICE BACH 42 S. Sovereign Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. MANAGEMENT Olney Student Commission I, , Veterans Club I, 2, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, WILLIAM BAER Maple Avenue Collinsville, Conn. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JAY BAKER I8I3 Widener Place Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION U MELVIN BANKS, JR. 5923 Vine Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING LEONARD BARKAN 4242 W. Stiles Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society fl, Temple Town Meeting 4. SAMUEL BAROW 1920 N. 30th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. ROBERT BACKNER 405 Linden Avenue Haddonfield, N. J. ACCOUNTING WISTER BAISCH I832 E. Pastorius Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING WILLIAM BALDWIN, JR. II8 Chestnut Street Wrightsville, Pa. ACCOUNTING Sigma Pi 4, Honorary Ac- counting Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Lutheran Student Association I, 2, 3, 4, GEORGE BADER 7219 Walnut Street Upper Darby, Pa. ' MANAGEMENT ALVAR BAKER 3435 N. Third Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM IRWIN BALEFSKY 5532 Beaumont Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING FINIISS Grid star John Kolibas reviews the latest game pics JAKE BARISS 48 Pennsylvania Avenue E Warren, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Zeta Lambda Phi I, 2, 3, 4, IF Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH BARNETT 2103 E. Susquehanna Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM JAMES BARR l706 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JANE BARISS 48 Pennsylvania Avenue E Warren, Pa. ' JOURNALISM Phi Delta Tau 2, 3, 4 Women's Senate 4, Hillel I, 2' MARTIN BAROL 6631 Malvern Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN BARRETT 1343 Murray Street Forty-Fort, Pa. JOURNALISM Olney Student Commission I, STEPHEN BARTOSH 2531 E. Boston Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Band 1, Veterans Club 1, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT BECKER 6517 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JOSEPH BELLENGHI 2017 S. Beechwood Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING SEYMOUR BASKOFF 4801 Gransback Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha 2, 3. WILLIAM BECKER 5119 Market Street Philadelphia, Pa. FELIX BASS Weymouth Road Vineland, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hillel I, 2, 3, President 4 Table Tennis Club 2, 3, 4. WALTER BEISSINGER 6728 Wyncote Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. 3, 4, Soccer 4, HERBERT BELLET 322 E. Hortter Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Veterans Club 2, Marketing Club 4, I-lillel l. MARTIN BENEN 130 S. 60th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING 4 Veterans Club 3, 4, Hillel 3, Sai-IOOI.. l Knotty pipe helps Templar Sports editor George Kirkpatrick solve knotty problem. ANNA BENYAK 2518 Seybert Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Gamma Nu 4, Honorary Accounting Society 4. BERNARD BERNSTEIN 413 S. 49th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Varsity Basketball I, 2. LOUIS BIACCHI 906 Monroe Street Berwick, Pa. ACCOUNTING FREDERICK BERGER 2213 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Zeta Lambda Phi 4, Vice- President 3, Sword Society 3, Vice-President 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4, Temple News Business Stott 1, 2, Business Manager 3, 4, Owl Business Manager 4, Olney Student Commission, President I, JOHN BEUTER 51 Oak Lane Trenton, N. J. MANAGEMENT JULIUS BIELITSKY 2.129 N. Melvin Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha l, 2, 3, 4: HOH- orary Accounting Society 3, 4 Beta Gamma Sigma 4. 1 ALBERT BERMAN 252 S. 60th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ' I3 Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT BEYER 8 Yeates Street Lacey Park, Hatboro, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION REGINA BIELITSKY 2129 N. Melvin Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JOHN BILHARTZ 2513 W.'Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Sigma Plti Epsilon 3, 4, Senate 3, IRC 3, 4, ICG 3, 4, Mitten Student Board 3. HERBERT BISHOP 5619 N. Camac Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Temple Town Meeting 4, Vorsi ty Soccer 2, JACK BLUMENFELD 526 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING IM Baseball, Basketball I, 2. .JU A. RAY .BOHNER 6523 Beechwood Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Lutheran Students Associa- on I, 2, 3, 4. BENJAMIN BOND, JR. State Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, ciety for Advancement of onogement 4. EARL BOURGAIZE 937 Cooper Street Camden, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Delta Sigma Pi 4. JOHN BIRMINGHAMLJR. 6028 WaltoifAvEnue Philadelphidf Pa. FINANCE BERNARD' BI.ADY 222 Meeting House Lane Merion, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION mxvio BLUMENTHAL 26 S. Richards Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. HENRY BISCHOFF 626f Magee' Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Honorary Accounting Society 4, Pre-Low Club, Secretory Treasurer 43 ICG 2, Vice-Pres ident 4, IRC 4. , 'KEN.N'stirl.. ,BLUM 5626 Pentridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 4, Hillel 4 IRVING BOHM 6735 N. Gratz Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Honorary Accounting Society AVC 42 CIUID Amlsmd 3 2, 3, 4, Zugs 3, 4, Soccer I. Hillel 3, 4. X X X SlN..SS Al Greenberg, Marketing Club head, assumes role of bow tie executive. JAY BOLLINGER 1094 S,','50tli ,Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW MARIE BOND 935 Wayne Avenue York, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, CLIFFORD BOWEN, JR. 3427 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONI 4. JOSEPH BONADUCE R. D. No. 2 Malvern, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, Temple Owl 3, Literary Editor 4. GEORGE BOOTHBY 2643 N. Chadwick Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I. LESTER BOWMAN, JR. l4l5 Clearview Street E-419 Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING C NEAL BOWMAN, JR. 1447 Devereaux Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING ROBERT BRANCHE 25 Edgemere Avenue Trenton, N. J. FINANCE ROBERT BREMER 5531 N. Palethorp Street MARKETING Marv Walsh, Pi Lambda Ph Campus prop. WILLIAM BRINDLEY 1428 N. 54th Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM , Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4. RALPH BROMER, JR. Richards Road R.D. No. 1 Wayne, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLYDE BRUMBACH New Berlmville Pa ACCOUNTING Men s Glee Club 3 JAMES BOYCE 2044 Latimer Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JOHN BRAND Ill 127 Roslyn Avenue Glenside, Pa. ACCOUNTING FRANK BRENNAN, JR. 2827 N. Newkirk Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Temp- lar 4. JOHN BRADY 3322 N. Gratz Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Phi Epsilon I, 2, 3, MARTIN BRAUNSTEIN 5461 Lebanon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4. IRWIN BRESLOW 5933 Ogontz Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel 2, 3, 4. arlf O.. I I rex, roasts frat with standard , EDMUND BRITT 2802 Congress Road Camden, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 45 Lutheran Student Association 2, 3,4. MARK BROWN 453 E. Cumberland Street Lebanon, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Phi Epsilon I, 2, 3. FRED BRYEN' 648 State Street Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING STEPHEN BRODISH 3315 N. 18th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PR E-LAW WILSON BROWN Paradise, Pa, ACCOUNTING ROBERT BUHRMAN 3328 W. Allegheny Ave: Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATI Theta Kappa Phi I, 2, IF Council 2, 3, 4, ICG 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4 LEONARD BUSTER 1865 Widener Place Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hillel 4. VINCENT CALDWELL 127 Rutledge Avenue Rutledge, Pa. IRWIN BUTOWSKY 2630 S. Beulah Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING AVC 2, Marketing Club 4, Hillel I, 3, Spotlight 2. . FREDEDICK CALLADINE 6126 Larchwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. HENRY BUTWEL 3305 St. Vincent Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING 3 Iglonorary Accounting Society JAMES CAMAROTE' 426 Manheim Avenue Bridgeton, N. J. JOURNALISM JOURNALISM ACCOUNTING Temple News 2, Newman Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Sigma Club 3. Delta Chi 4, Soccer Team I, 2. HAROLD CAMPBELL JOHN CANTELLE ANTHONY CAPITOLI 1051 N. Fourth Street 30l'5- 53l'Ij Street 1003 N. 65th Street Reading, Pa. Pl'I'l0delPI1lGf PG- Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING lol-IRNALISM BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JUFINISS 106 N. Cornwall Avenue - Ventnor, N. J. ACCOUNTING , Honorary Ac GEORGE CASSIDY 6843 Walnut Park Drive Upper Darby, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ICG 2, 3, 4. FRANK CHESEK 900 S. State Street Clarks Summit, Pa. ACCOU NTI NG CARAVELLO, JR. Theta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4' - 4, Veterans I, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, IF Swim- Carl Van Aken getting lore on how to help foreign students, VINCENT CAROSELLA 82 E. BringhurstgStreet Philadelphia, Pa. Accounting Alpha Phi Delta I, 4, Secre- tary 2, 3, Honorary Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Student Com- mission 1, IF Council 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, IF Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH CAULFIELD 7209 Rutland Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . CARL CIPRIANI 2314 S. Percy Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 3, 4, Pre-Law Club 1, 2, SCA 3, Westminster Club 4. RUSSELL CARPENTER 143 Trinity Avenue Lowville, N. Y. JOURNALISM Sigma Pi I, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Sword Society 3, 4, Templar Frater- nity Editor 3, Co-Editor-in- Chief 4, University Assembly 3, 4, Senate, Financial Director 4, IF Council 3, - 4, WRTI 4, Zoreign Student Advisor Corps LEONARD CHALMERS 1815 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Phi Alpha Theta 4, Senate I, Marketing Club 3, 4, NAACP Treasurer 4, Thomas Jefferson Club 4. ANTHONIO CISTONE 7025 Van Dyke Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 455 :tn IRVIN CLARK, JR. 3800 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ICG 4. THOMAS CLEARY, JR. l676 Margaret Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Theta Kappa Phi I, 2, 3, 4. ' ARNOLD COHEN 8ll5 Forrest Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION S i-I Xfwd Bob Lasson, Owl editor, looks HERBERT 'COHEN 2216 Bryn Mawr Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PHILLIP COHEN 65'Il N. l6th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION! MARGARET COLLINS 4701 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, Pg. JOURNALISM Q Theta Si ma Phi Vice Pres Q . - . 4, English Honorary Society 45 Temple News 3, Assistant Man- aging Editor 4, University As- sembly 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, Temple Town Meeting 2, 3, 42 Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. wis JACK CLAY l8l3 Monroe Street York, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi 4, Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. CALVIN CLEMMER RFD No. l Bridgeport, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BERNARD COHEN 55l0 Willows Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. I ACCOUNTING BRUCE CLAYTON 227 Ocean Avenue Lakewood, N. J. JOURNALISM Wesleyans I, 2, 3, 4. HENRY CLINE Dorset and Exeter Roads Devon, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3 New , r Club 2, IM Basketball, Foot ball, Baseball 2. HENRY COHEN 6514 N. llth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OO- I e at magazine layouts, LEE COHEN 307 S. 60th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING SAMUEL COHEN 2346 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Temple News 2, Senate 3, WRTI 3, 4, NAACP 4, Vet- ferans Club 2. ALBERT COLUBIALE IIZZ Linn Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Alpha Phi Delta 3, 4. MARVIN COHEN 2423 S. Percy Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING DOMINIC COLANGELO 344 Division Street Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting, So DONALD COMISKEY Rt. S-4l and Forklanding Palmyra, N. J. MARKETING Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Iceting Club 3, 4. MERCEDES COOK 1529 W. Columbia Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNT I NG CHARLES CRAIG Box 80, R.D. No. 1 Hammonton, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. FRED CRESSMAN Easton Road Riegelsville, Pa. JOURNALISM JU GEORGE CURIO 109 Rena Street Newfield, N. J. JOURNALISM Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4. WILLIAM DANIEL 132 E. Eleanor Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Sigma Pi 3, 4, Phi Alpha heta 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Treas- rer 4, Pre-Law Club 3, 4, G 4, Temple Town Meeting , Newman Club 3, 4. EDWARD DAUCHESS 3434 N. 23rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Newman Club 4. NORMAN COOPER 998 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WALTER CRAIG 311 N. Elberon Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. PRE-LAW RICHARD CROSS, lll 1432 W. Somerville Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Delta Sigma Pi l, 2, 3, 4, IF Athletic Council, President 2, 3, IF Sports I, 2, 3, 4. LEONARD COSCIA 1505 Packer Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Vet erans Club 2, Newman Club 2 HARRY CRANE 422 E. Durham Road Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING . Marketing Club 4. CARMEN CULLURAFI 2838 S. Alder Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Veterans Club I. I-06 flN-aa Head Cheerleader Mel Goodrich gathers steam at Cat steam table for more gridiron acrobatics. JOSEPH CZARNECKI 3120 E. Miller Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I. LEONARD DANZIG 750 N. 41st Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRED DAVIDSON 7391 Elmwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING HOWARD DAILEY 4714 Ramona Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JACK D'ARDENNE 7213 Tabor Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING HERBERT DAVIDSON 1208 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Societ for Advancement of Boosters 3, 4, Temple Town Y Management 4, IVCF 4. Meeting 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, Track Team I. 2, 3. 4. MORRIS DAVIDSON 6727 Large Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ICG' 3, Marketing Club 3, Socie for Advancement of iv Mangement 4, Boosters 4, Hil- lel 3, 4. JANET DAY llO3 Serrill Avenuei Yeadon, Pa. FINANCE CLARA DEILY 2029 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING MANNING DAVIS 38 Hilvista Boulevard Trenton, N. J, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, IF Council President 4, Hillel 3, 4, IF Football, Baseball Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. MARION DE BOLT R.D. No. I Parkesburg, Pa. MARKETING ANTHONY DELLA SELVA I732 S. Zlst Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING EDWARD DAVOLY 7207 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club I. RAYMOND DE CECCO I930 Morris Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Alpha Phi Delta 4. DAVID DE LONG Adams Avenue G' Arratt Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Hooorofv Accounting Society Club Amistad 3, 4. Sigma Pi 3, 4, Bend 3, 4, 4. Orchestra 3, Pre-Law Club 4, IVCF 3, 4, Wrestling Team 3, 4. f c.rlOOL Hillel head Marvin Walt relaxes memorial house. WILLIAM DENVER 53 E. Welsh Road Willow Grove, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I, 2, 3, So- ciety tor the Advancement of Mangagement 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3. EDWARD DE VITA 6523 Haverford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Alpha Phi Delta I, 2, 3, 4. MURRAY DINERSTEIN 5626 N. Ilth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW before council meeting at HERBERT DESMAN 700 Ritner Street Philadelphia, Pa. .MARKETING Phi Alpha 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. JOSEPH DI ANTONIO 1642 S. 24th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Southern Circle 3, IRC 3, IM Basketball I. HARRY DIXON Il Glenwood Avenue Westmont, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4. EDWIN DETRICK I20 Walnut Street Jenkintown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for Advancement Management 4. SYDNEY DICTOR 518 Moore Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM HUGH DIXON 6144 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JACK DOCKTOR 937 S. 59th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Zeta Lambda Phi 45 ICG 4, Owl 4, IRC 4, Pre-Law Club 4, Student Assembly 4, Hillel 4. LAWRENCE DRURY, JR. 306 Llanfair Road Wynnewood, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JESSE DUNN Mifflintown, Pa. JOURNALISM JUX CHARLES EBERSBACH 205 N. 34th Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4. HENRY ELLIOTT 2718 N. Hicks Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club I. GEORGE EPPRIGHT 601 Crestview Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING :Ionorary Accounting Society MARK DOLIN 138 S. Maryland Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. PRE-LAW Sword Society 3, 4, Sophomore Class President 2, Senate 3g Student Commission 2, IRC 3, 4, ICG Vice-President 33 OWL 3, 4, Pre-Law Club 3, 45 Hillel 5, 3, 4, Varsity Football I, 2, , 4. BURTON DUBIN 5239 Diamond Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Zeta Lambda Phi 3, 4. WESLEY DUNNING 23 Township Line Upper Darby, Pa. ACCOUNTING News city editor Dot Kahn Pennsylvanian staff, WILLIAM EDGER 1934 S. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EDWARD ELLMORE 262 E. Queen Lane Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING HARRY EPSTEIN 5218 Rexfard Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING SAUL DONER 2025 S. Siiith Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW RICHARD DUBYN 1323 Levick Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GERALD DUSKIN Lindley Court Apartments 13th and Lindley Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW X 'CC 'll Loo thinking of cracking the Daily WILSON EDWARDS 3331 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ROBERT ELTRINGHAM I9 E. Ogden Street Girardville, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, 45 IF Bowling, Baseball, Football, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. e. ll FRANK ERICKSON 610 West End Avenue New York, N. Y. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HENRY EVANS 256 White Horse Pike Audubon, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PERRY FAUST, JR. 631 Noble Street Norristovgn, Pa. ACCOUNTING WILLIAM FEIGE 54 Cliveden Avenue :C-ilenside, Pa. BUSINESS '-ADMINISTRATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Templar Business Manager 3, 4g Diamond Band 3, 45 IRC 3 Westminster Foundation I, 2, 31 4, IF Football 4. THEODORE FALLON 715 N. 19th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Spanish Club 3, 4, Temple Town Meeting 4. 'WILLIAM FAVRE 523 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ICG 4.. IRVING FELDBAUM 4219 Leidy Avenue ' Philadelphia, Pa. A ' ACCOUNTING ' ffl DONALD FARENWALD 8109 Forrest Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Society for Advancement Management 3, 4. EARL FEDERMAN 5969 Springfield Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ALEXANDER FELDMAN 5936 N. Malta Street Philadelphia, Pa. ' ACCOUNTING t Hillel 4, Executive Ca 4. P ..rlJJ.. Diminutive Elaine Serady, News spring semester editor-in-chief, plans fiendish assignments for heelers. GERALD FELDMAN 5827 Larchwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING 1 Advertisin Club I' Market- Q V 1 ing Club 3. WILLIAM FEWER 1814 Fillmore Street Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4-. BENJAMIN FISGAER 1620 W. Columbia Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. LOIS FELDMAN 2258 Baird.. Boulevard Camden, N. J. - SECRETARIAL ' MIRION FIDYK 1023 Hyatt Street Chester, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ROBERT FISHER 431 E. Durham Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING JAMES FERRIER 531 .Spring Mill Avenue Conshohocken, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IRENE FINK 3417 Spring Garden Str Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATI Beta Gamma Sigma, I tant Secretary 3, 4, ICG 2, 4, IRC Treasurer 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS FITZGERALD 5429 Rutland Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT 0 .IAMES FLANAGAN 3523 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4, Ad- vertising Club 3, 4. HARRY FORRESTER 627 W. Bristol Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Socie for the Advancement W of Management 3, Secretaiy 4, IRC 4. ROBERT FRASER, JR. 406 Pusey Avenue Collingdale, Pa. ACCOUNTING JU JOHN FREIN 2438 W. Hilton Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THEODORE FREYMAN I947 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. .IOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Phi lpha Theta 4. THOMAS GABLER 66 Glen Street Chambersburg, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. ALLAN FLEISHER 609 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARTIN FOX 2649 N. Corlies Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Zugs 2, 3, 4. MARLIN FREEDMAN i927 Penn Street Harrisburg, Pa. RONALD FOREMAN 5352 Morse Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING RUDOLPH FRANKLIN 2036 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Po. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. HAROLD' FREEMAN 2709 S. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pc. ACCOUNTING JOURNAI-ISM Pi Lambda Phi 3, 4, Student SIQDWG Delta CIWI 3, 41 Hillel Commission I. I, 2. 3. 4. X 'CC' FII Loo Templar's Russ Carpenter tries to convince one and all he's not such o bad fellow. JOSEPH FRENCH I5 E. Second Street Moorestown, N. J. MARKETING Marketing Club I, 4. PERCY FUKUSHIMA 2321 26th Street Sacramento, Calif. ACCOUNTING Club Amistad 3, 4, OWL 3, 4, President Corps 3, 4, Honor- ary Accounting Society 4. GEORGE GADONAS 3960 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING EDGAR FREUDENBERG 4357 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Club Amistad 3, 4, I-Iillel I 2, 3, 4. ALLEN GABIS 5806 Addison Street Philadelphia, Po. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hillel 2, 3, 4. PINKUS GAIZER 603 W. Mayamensing Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING 1 . Y ,, .4 W-mf-:eff f iii ' ff' ei ao? JAMES GALLAGHER 7029 Andrews Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I, 2, Newman Club I, 2. HARRY GENGENBACH I7l2 Ringgold Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Varsity Baseball 3, 4. WILLIAM GIBSON 210 Dallas Road Willow Grave, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club 2, Newman Club 2. ANTHONY GA'l'I'USO 525 W. Broad Street Paulsboro, N. J. ACCOUNTING 4 Honorary Accounting Society WILLARD GEORGE 2l8 Delaware Avenue Palmerton, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4. I-Iillel I, 2, 3, 4. NATALIE GILBERT 5736 Catherine Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GAUNTT 30 Ellis Street Haddonfield, N. J. ACCOUNTING Varsity Baseball 3, 4. EDWIN GESSEL 253 S. 2lst Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, WRTI Promotion Manager Hillel 3, 4, IZFA Treasurer 4. STEPHEN GILBERT 58ll Beaumont Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING f ai-IOO- Eve Saievetz, Phi Alpha Theta's a slow boat to China. LOUIS GILMORE 935 Fox Chase Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOU NTI NG ELI GLASS 245 Greenwich Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING RAYMOND GLICK I: -2428 Ng Stanley Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING president, thinking of taking JOHN GINDA, JR. ll Jeanette Street Carteret, N. J. V BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Theta Kappa Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football I, 2. MORTON GLAZER 5535 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Constitutional Convention I, Senate 4, AVC I, 2, 3, Vice- Chairrnan 4, IRC 2, 4. ALLEN GOLDBERG 1537 Orland Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EVERISTO GIOVE 850l Lansdowne Avenue Upper Darby, Pa. ACCO UNTI NG 3 lianorary Accounting Soc WILLIAM GLEASON 7439 Gilbert Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE GEORGE GOLDEN 246 Highland Avenue Trenton, N. J. ACCOU NTI NG SAMUEL GOLDING 4771 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Diamond Honor Society 4, iamand Band 3, 4, Society for he Advancement of Manage- ent 4, Owl ' Band I, 2, oosters I, Marketing Club I, illel I, 2, 3, 4. BETTY GOLDSTEIN 426 S. 47th Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Hillel 4. WALTER GOLLUB 527 S. Salford Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM WILLIAM GOLDSMITH 200 E. Beech Tree Street Wayne, Pa. ACCOUNTING MARTIN GOLDSTEIN 1725 N. Third Street Harrisburg, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel 4. CLAIRE GOMBERG 12 E. Eagle Road Havertown, Pa. JOURNALISM BERNARD GOLDSTEIN 6414 Algon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STANLEY GOLDSTEIN 2601 S. Dewey Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, WRTI, Continuity Director, 4, Radio Workshop 3, 4, Scribblers 3, 4, Boosters I, 2, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. PAUL GOODMAN 427 E. Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Templqyers 3, 4, WRTI 3, Society for the Advancement of Management Vice-Pres. 4, Table Tennis Club Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Table Ten- nis Team 3. UflN-S? MELVIN GOODRICH 231 E. Louden Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sword Society 4, Boosters 2, mmittee ot Ten 3, 4, Vet! Ong Club 2, 3, 4, Advertising lub 3, 4, Marketing Club I, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Captain 3, 4, IM Sports I. BERNARD GRAGER 903 W. Diamond Avenue Hazleton, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, arketing Club 2, 3, 4, Vet- ans Club I, 2, IM Sports.2, 4. A. HOBART GRANT 104 N. 34th Street , Camden, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for Advancement of nagement 4. Boy-author Joe Bonaduce Owl contribution. FREDERICK GOTTFRIED 5234 Gainor Road Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW ICG 3. RUSSEL GRAHAM 54 W. Main Street S. Pottstown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRED GRANTLEY 1026 Whitby Avenue Yeadon, Pa. MARKETING Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4. thinks deep thoughts for his next WILLIAM GRADY, JR. 622 N. Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4. WILLARD GRAHAM, JR. 4749 Browning Road Merchantville, N. J. R EAL ESTATE ' JOSEPH GRAVES 1321 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ROBERT GRAWE 4328 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. FINANCE ALLEN GREENBERG 51 S. Fifth Avenue Coatsville, Pa. MARKETING Sword Society 4, Olney Stu- dent Commission, Vice-Presb dent I, Veterans Club I, 2, 3, AVC I, 2, 3, 4, Marketing Club 3, President 4, Boosters 3, 4, Templayers 3, 4, Temple Town Meeting 4, I-lillel I, 2, 4. NATALIE GREENBERG 1134 W. Columbia Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Phi Delta Tau I, 2, 3, 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, Hillel I, 2, Horse- back Riding Club I, 2. f ei-I Templar Organizations editor GI tionnaires. BERNARD GIRIZER 2533 N. Marston Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, Marketing Club 3. WILLIAM GROSS 5118 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Soccer Team I, 2, 3, 4. ANDREW GUTEKUNST 625 N. Easton Road I Glenside, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLIFFORD GREEN 5020 Brown Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Veterans Club I, Pre-Law Club 2. 3. FRANK GREENBERG 1934 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4. NORMAN GREENBERG 2929 W. Oxford Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING OOL en Simon pleading for ques- RALPH GROFF 1044 Lehigh Street Allentown, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, 4. NORMAN GROSSMAN 70 E. Church Street Lock Haven, Pa. MARKETING Pi Lambda Phi 2, 3, 4, Sword Society 3, Alumni Secretary 4, Senate Parliamentarian 3, 4, Boosters 3, President 4, Presi- dents Carps 3, 4, Assistant House Manager, Templayers 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH GUTMANN 4620 N. Camac Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS AVC I, 2, 3, 4, Club Amistad 3. 4, IRC 3, 4, Hillel I, 4. MARVIN GREENBAUM 6246 N. Smedley Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Accounting Honorary Socie 4, Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. JACK GREENBERG 410 Oriental Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Ayc 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM GRIM 6451 West Chester Pike Upper Darby, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT RICHARD GROSS ' 6045 Carpenter Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING WALTER GRUBNICK 1823 68th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING HAROLD HAHN 5014 N. Sydenham Stl Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRA' EILEEN HALICKE 24-ll W. Third Street Chester, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Beta Gamma Sigma 4, ICG Society for Advancement of anagement 4. CHESTER HALLER 6609 Blakemore Street Philadelphia, Pa. FINANCE MANUEL HAND 5749 Jefferson. Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING JU WINFIELD HARGRAVES 561 S. Broadway Gloucester, N. J. USINESS ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM HECKLER l6l7 Loudon Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM :I Society 4, Olney Stu- Cammission President 2, 3, 4, Controversial Af- Commission 3, 4, Consti- Convention 2, National Commission NSA 4, 3, Red Cross 4. JOHN HELVATY N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING a Kappa Phi 3, 4, New- Club 3, 4. JOHN HALL 509 N. New Street West Chester, Pa. REAL ESTATE GEORGE HALLSTEIN, JR. 6248 N. Oakley Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Pi 3, 4, Marketing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Olney Veterans Club President I, Presidents Corps. 3, 4, WRTI 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, Templayers 3, Pub- licity Director 4, Advertising Club 4. GEORGE HANSELL 624 Hermitage Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT HALL 45 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE LEONARD HALPERN 3808 Cambridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 3, 4, IM Bas ketball I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH HANSON 2316 N. Howard Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, CC 5 Q News sports editor AI Rosinsky scooping the Philly tabloids the co-eds latest IM Basketball game. JOSEPH HARRISON 746 Mayfair Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Newman Club 3, 4. HERBERT HEITZER 5844 Ludlow Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CARL HEPLER 235 Laurel Road Sharon Hill, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Sword Society Correspond- ing Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4, IRC 3, President 4, SCA 3, 4, IM Bas- ketball 3, 4.' WILLARD HAVEMEIER New Ulm, Minn. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION RICHARD HELDER 3330 Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Tennis 3. WILLIAM HERSHOVITZ 1730 Georges Lane Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OI'l MIRIAM HIPPLE Sproul Road Broomall, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain 2, President 3, Treasurer 4, Phi Gamma Nu 3, 4, Chimes 3, 4, Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary 4, Magnet 45 Templar 4, Market- ing Club 2, 3, 4, SCA l, 2, 3, 4, JOSEPH HOGARTH, JR. 2209 S. Shields Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Pi 3, 4, IF Sports 3, 4. FRANK HUBERT, JR. 553 E. Carver Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 3, 4. C' X Radio script gets revamping Goldstein. ANDREW IRVINE 4985 N. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Westminster Foundation 3, 4, TCF 3, 4, Protestant Stu- dent Board '3, 4. HAROLD JACOBS 2115 N. Redfield Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT JOHNSON 1934 W. Ontario Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, New- man Club 2, 3, 4. -rl HENRY HOCHSTRASSER 523 Tilghman Street Allentown, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi I, 2, Treas- urer 3, 4. BERNARD HOROWITZ 5931 Cedar Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING I-lonorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Constitutional Convention 3. Lil DSUGTIUQ SOCIETY 2 I. LOUIS HYTOWITZ 1300 W. Lycoming Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4, Adver- tising Club 3, 4. STANLEY HOF!-MAN 1117 Gilham Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hillel l, 3, 4. BERNARD HORWITZ 3040 W, Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting 5 MATTHEW IRVIN 5606 Crowson Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Veterans Club 3, 4. OO- Continuity Director Stan HAROLD ISDANER 4447 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HOWARD JANSSEN 5124 Springfield Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 4. FRANCIS JONES 46 E. Second Street Florence, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3 4 , . EDWARD JABLONSKI 2421 Brown Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT MYRON JEFFKIN 180 Richfield Apts. Upper Darby, Pa. MARKETING Havertown Student mission 2, Marketing C Advertising Club 4. NELSON JONES I 71 Swallow Street Pittston, Pa. Society for the Advan of Management 3, 4, 1 burv Club 3, 4. WILLIAM JORDAN ll2 E. Durham Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4. FREDERICK KAIN, JR. 304 Front Street Upland, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4. ALLAN KANTOR 2029 E. 24th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. .ACCOUNTING Sigma Tau Phi I, 2, 3, 4, terans Club I. DOROTHY KAHN 5734 Jefferson Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 3, Secretary 4, Phi Sigma Sigma 3, 4, As- tron 3, 4, Magnet 4, Phi AI- pha Theta 4, Temple News 2, Telegraph Editor 3, City Edi- tor 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN KALMBACH 3527 N. Howard Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Gamma Nu I, 2, 3, 4, Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3. MONROE KARDON 54l4 Overbrook Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEONARD KAHN 5630 Overbrook Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Hiiiei I, 2, 3, 4. HERMAN KANEFSKY 6258 N. l5th Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Templayers 2, 3, 4, Radio Workshop 3, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4. EDWARD KASSAB 524 E. Zlst Street Chester, Pu. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JUFINZSS NORMAN KATES Zlll N. Melvin Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING arketing Club 4, HARRY KAUFMAN 2235 N. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING LEATRICE KAZZE I3l2 Park Boulevard Camden, N. J. .IOURNALISM ay Dodgers I, 2, 3, Hillel '2 4 Managing editor Andy Kevorkian manages to look busy with News makeup sheets. FREDERICK KATZ l936 N. 6lst Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GEORGE KAUFMANN 2651 S. Bouvier Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Newman Club I, FRANCIS KELLEY 826 S. Sixth Street Camden, N. J. MARKETING Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Mar- JONAS KAUFFMAN 5835 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHARLES KAZANJIAN 6207 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Varsity Soccer 2. EDWARD KELLY R. D. NO. 2 Media, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society I 31 ' STQ Club 3, 45 Newman Club 4, Newman Club 4, IM Bowling 4 , . HARRY KENNY 2332 S. 21st Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Beta Gamma Sigma 4, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3. JANET KIN-G R. D. No. 2 Littlestown, Pa. SECRETARIAL Phi Gamma Nu 2, 3, Secre- tary 4, Secretarial Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Wiatt Hall Coun- cil Sec. 3, 4, Candlelight Choir I, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Student Association 4. GEORGE KIRKPATRICK 3527 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma ,Delta Chi 3, 4, Sword Society, Alumni Secretary 4, Templar Sports Editor 4, WRTI Assistant Continuity Director 4, ICG Publicity Director 3, 4. WILLIAM KERSHAW 6625 Sprague Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING SALEM KIRBAN 4257 N. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM LUTHER KLEINTOP, JR. 229 Columbia Avenue Palmerton, Pa. FINANCE Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, Herald 4, IF Sports I, 2, 3, 4. AVEDIS A. KEVORKIAN 5617 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. .IOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, Co responding Secretary 4, Temp News 3, Managing Editor 4. ALBERT KIRCHER 108 W. Hillcrest Road Havertown, Pa. ACCOUNTING HOWARD KLINE 127 W. Windsor Street Reading, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Sr 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, Refr Club 3, 4. f..rlff..J Dawn to that last postcard, Muriel Steffy finishes sending Uni- versity Assembly meeting notices LESLIE KLINE 2642 Sorento Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Templar 4, Club Amistad 4, Debating Council 4, Alpha Phi Omega 4, Hillel 4, IZFA 4. WAYNE KOEGEL 1232 Darby Road Havertown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Pi I, 2, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 3, Honorary Ac- counting Society 3, Havertown Student Commission I, 2, ICG 2, 3, Society for Advancement of Management 3, Presbyterian Club 2, Westminster Club 3, Nsreo. ,. MORRIS KOTOFSKY 2339 S. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel 1, 2. PAUL KLUG 1335 W. Tabor Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi I, 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. 3, 4: JOHN KOLIBAS 37 Chrome Avenue Carteret, N. J. PRE-LAW Theta Kappa Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Senate 4, IF Council 3, New- man Club I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KRAUSSER Cedarwood Park Laurelton, N. J. REAL ESTATE Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. Y. GEORGE KODAMA 416 E. 118th Place Los Angeles, Calif. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha Theta 4. JOSEPH KOMARNICKI 325 Lombard Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY KRAVITZ 6109 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING AVC 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, LEROY KREBS Glen Rock, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Honorary Accounting Society 4, Veterans Club I, 2. WARREN KROUT I503 W. Louden Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNT I NG Honorary Accounting Society 4, Newman Club I, 4, BENJAMIN KUBY 5044 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW ernple News I, Pre-Law b 3, Hillel 2, 3, 4, Varsity cing 3, 4, Varsity Track JU MARVIN KUSHNER l466 Higbee Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING .eta Lambda Phi I, 2, 3, 4, rans Club 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. PHOKION LACAS 6420 City Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING 420 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia Pa ACCOUNTING norary Accounting Society IICHAEL LAMPARELLA I . 3 N x MELVIN KREINER 32l4 Oxford Avenue' Riverdale, N. Y. ACCOUNTING Hillel 3, 4. HERMAN KRUM 4930 N. Gransback Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hil- lel I, 2, 3, 4. PETER KURKO 302 E. Eleanor Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JOHN KRISCHAK 605 Ridge Avenue Allentown, Pa. - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 4. GERTRUDE KUBACH 46 Elm Street Islip, L. I., N. Y. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Gamma Nu 2, Social Chairman 3, President 4, Theta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Magnet 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Prof. Panhellenic Assoc. Rec. Sec. 4, Lutheran Club I, 2, 3, 4, WAA 3. WILLIAM KUSER 3218 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, Men's Glee Club I, 3, 4, Canterbury Club 2, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. F99 lN-oS NSA politician Bill Heckler caught between conventions. BERNARD KUTCHER 3244 W. Huntingdon Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Alpha Phi Omega 4, Zugs 4, Temple Town Meeting 4, So- ciety tor Advancement of Man- agement 4, Marketing Club 3 Hillel 4. HAROLD LACHMAN 73 Edgewood Street Pottstown, Pa. MARKETING TCF 2. ROBERT LANGMUIR 63 Yale Road Havertown, Pa. MANAGEMENT 1 CHESTER LABUS 3228 Mercer Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING JOHN LAFFERTY, JR. 5583 N. Hill Creek Drive Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OWEN LARKIN 5446 Osage Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 4, New- man Club 2, 4. GEORGE LAUGHLIN 650 E. Westmoreland Street Philadelphia, Pa. R EAL ESTAT E JOSEPH LEE 270 Chelsea Avenue Long Branch, N. J. THOMAS LAWLOR 828 Church Lane Yeadon, Pa. ACCOUNTING Club Amistad 4, Newman Club 2, IM Sports 2. THOMAS LEE 240 S. Marion Street Oak Park, III. GLORIA LEARN Tannersville, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, Theta Sigma Phi 3, 4. WILLIAM LEEPER, JR. Fourth Avenue Burnham, Pa. JOURNALISM BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, White Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, SCA 3, 4, Marketing Club 3, 4' Caps 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, Havertown Rifle Team I, 2. tising Club 3, 4. 4, Varsity Football I, 2, 3, 4, IM Basketball I, 2. MELVIN LEES 5965 Reach Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION X Q I I Irv Caster, Zug top-liner, at ease MELVIN LEVINE 2513 S. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, Secretary 4, Temple News 3, City Editor 4, Veterans Club I, 2, AVC 3, 4, I-lillel 3, 4. LEONARD LEVY 2917 Nicholas Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. GILBERT LINZNER 3091 Kensington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW DIANA LEMONOFF 5519 Pentridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi, Vice-Presb dent 3, President 4, Protes- Sional Panhellenic, President 4, Astron 3, 4, XYW 3, 4, Temple News 2, 3, Templar 2, Senior Editor 3, 4, Day Dodgers 2, 3, 4, Boosters 3, 4, Hillel I 2, 3, 4. NORMAN LEVIN 923 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING OO.. on Templar steps. ROBERT LEVINE 62 N. Main Street Hughesville, Pa. MARKETING Zeta Lambda Phi 3, 4, Sword Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4, OWL Adv, Mgr. 3, 4, Temple News Business Man- ager 4, Olney Templet I, Editor 2, Ternplayers 3, Treasurer 4. ADOLPH LICHTENSTEIN 3950 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING EDWARD LIPP 1205 E. Darby Road Havertown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Havertown Student Commis- sion 2, Band I, 2, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, ICG 2, 4, Havertown AVC 2. ALAN LEVITT 6232 Carpenter Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting So 3, 4, Varsity Tennis Team FRANK LINTS, JR. 213 E. Wharton Road Glenside, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, A rising Club 3, 4. ELI LIPSCHULTZ 517 Reed Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT Avc 2, 3, 4. BERNARD LIPSCHUTZ 2512 N. Hollywood Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE 914 Marcella Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Varsity Soccer 3. WILLIAM LORD 582 E. Sanger Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4 3,. BERNARD LIPTON 4720 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Zugs 4. MATTHEW LO MONACO 1939 E. Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Alpha Phi Delta 1, 2, Sgt.- at-Arms 3, Treasurer 4, Vet- erans Club 2, 3, 4, Italica 4, Society for Advancement of Management 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES LOVE 537 York Street Camden, N. J. FINANCE FRANK Ll'1'I'Y 715 Princeton Avenue Trenton, N. J. REAL ESTATE JAMES LONG 1316 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, Temple News 3, 4, BURTON LOVITZ 1800 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM .3UflN1'SS ALFRED LOWE, JR. 4139 Rhawn Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, Market- ing Club 3, 4, IF Sports 1, 2, , 4. RODMAN LYNCH 606 Powell Street Gloucester, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for the Advancement t Management 4. ROBERT MacINTOSH 4536 N. 19th Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT ' Veterans Club 4. Ray Whittaker, chief ot Sigma Delta Chi and Beta Gamma Sigma, just can't face the Templar photographer. ' CHARLES LUCAS Hamilton Court Apts. Ardmore, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for the Advancement of Management 4, ICG 3, 4 EDWARD MacDONALD 144 Oakland Avenue Runnemede, N. J. PRE-LAW WILLIAM MGCMINN 3146 Fanshawe Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ELVIN LUXTON 3956 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING DAVID MocGILLIVRAY 3311 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 3, 4, New mon club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH MAGAZZU 130 Quince Street Vineland, N. J. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 4. RICHARD MAHONEY 3438 Braddock Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STANLEY MALAMUT 4203 Chester Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT IM Basketball 3, 4. ARTHUR MANOFF 5Il8 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING CLARENCE MAIDEN 436 Raxborough Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for Advancement of Management 4. ALBERT MANN 2729 S. Sheridan Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Veterans Club 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. ALLAN MARGULIS 5440 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING SIDNEY MAISLIN ISZ9 S. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE- LAW ELLEN MANNIX Spray Beach, N. J. MARKETING Phi Gamma Nu 4, Corres- ponding Secretary 3, Delta Sig- ma Epsilon, Recording Secre- tary 3, Marketing Club 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES MARKS 3146 Weymouth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING IRC 4, Veterans Club 2, IM Basketball 4. f JIOOL It's pleasure not business when makes up ads tar the News. JOSEPH MARTIN 6477 Ross Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT EDWARD MATEY 2l'I5 S. 23rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT McCAFFERY 108 Washington Avenue Collingswood, N. J. JOURNALISM Sigma Pi 3, 4, Sigma Delta Chi 3, Vice-President 4, Sword Society 4, Temple News, Asst. Makeup Ed. 2, Man. Ed. 3, Ed - in-Chief 4, OWI.,Man Ed. 3, Senate President 4, Boosters 3, Vice-President 4, Newman Club I, 3, 4. Business Manager Fred Berger JOHN MASTELLER 403 E. Third Street Bloomsburg, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Basketball I. HARRY MAYER l2'I2 Andover Road Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WILLIS MCCAULEY, JR. 1503 S. Lindenwood Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW IRVING MASTER 4835 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Zugs 3, President 4, Hor ary Accounting Society 3, FRANKLIN MAZEN 1740 E. Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING BATES MCCLEAN Fort Sumner New Mexico .IOURNALISM WILLIAM MCCOMSEY 302 Main Street Parkesburg, Pa. ACCOUNTING SAMUEL MCGUCKIN 5267 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Newman Club 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL McNAMEE 313 W. Lindley Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING U CHARLES MELMED 312 York Street Burlington, N. J. ACCOUNTING Zeta Lambda Phi 2, 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR MILLER 6336 Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Society for the Advancement ot Management 3, 4. MITCHELL MILLER 5637 Lebanon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ' PRE-LAW Society for the Advancement of Management 4. THOMAS McCORMACK 3941 N. Dell Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Club Amistad 3, 4, Pre-Law Club 4, Newman Club 3, 4, IF Sports Council 4. ARTHUR MCGUIRE 11 Hillcrest Avenue Collingswood, N. J. PRE-LAW JOHN McTAGUE 4226 Neilson Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Newman Club 4. EDWARD McDERMOTT 12 Clover Lane Wayne, Pa. ACCOUNTING Newman Club 1, 4. CHARLES McMENAMlN 141 Leverington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. .IOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, New- man Club 2, 3, 4. HOWARD MELMAN 2562 Myrtlewood Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING X 'CC' CII Lou Owl Literary editor Manning Nash seems to have the world situation well in hand. BURWELL MERKH 306 W. Greenman Road Haddonfield, N. J. ACCOUNT I NG BENJAMIN MILLER 2016 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Pi 3, 4, President's Corp, 3, 4, IF Sports 3, 4. MITCHELL MILLER 2226 N. Hobart Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRANK MESZAROS 520 W. Westmoreland Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, New- mon Club 2, 3, 4. JACK MILLER 2617 S. Third Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Marketing Club 2, 3, IM Basketball 2, 3. PAUL MILLER R. D. No. 1 Thomasville, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4, Boosters 3. IRVING MILLMOND- 1911 N. Corlies Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING 3 Honorary Accounting Society , 4. ROBERT MOFFITI' 943 S. Paxon Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for the Advancement ot Management 3, 4. VICTOR MORRIS 2550 S. Dewey Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLARENCE MINGER 2112-B Dune Road Northeast Village Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LOUIS MONACO, JR. 137 E. Fourth Avenue Conshohocken, Pa. ACCOUNTING HELENE MOSKOVITZ 100 Edgley Avenue Glenside, Pa. SECRETARIAL Secretarial Club 3, 4, Day Dodgers 2, 3, Marketing Club 2 3 Hillel 2 3 4 r 1 1 1 - f ..rIOO- Boosters big noise, Bucky Grossman, gives out big grin at being o Temple mon. RANDAL MUELLER 401 Burton Road Oreland, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARGARET MURPHY 708 W. Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. .IOURNALISM Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. NATHAN 'MYERS 2125 Homer Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNT I NG RICHARD MUHL 1704 Roselyn Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, IF Sports 2, 3, 4. JACK MURRAY 118 Houston Avenue Penbrook, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, Vice- Presiclent 4, Honorary Account- ing Society 3, Treasurer 4, University Assembly 3, 4, Or- chestra I, 2, Executive Council 3, 4, Foreign Student Adviser 4, Canterbury Club I. HARRY NAGEL 4717 Horrocks Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING COFFMAN MIRELL 1810 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE FRANK MONTEMURO, JR. 1223 Overington Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Alpha Phi Delta, Secretary 4, IF Athletic Council 3, Pre- Law Club 4, Veterans Club 2, Italica 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, IF Sports 2, 3, 4. MARTIN MOSTOVY 2837 N. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club 2. MARGERY MURDOCK 3848 Bennington Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 4. ROSE MARIE MUSTER R. D. No. I Allentown, Pa. SECRETARIAL Theta Sigma Upsilon I, 2, 4, Women's Senate 2, Sec tarial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mark ing Club 2, Newman Club I 3, 4, WAA Bowling I, 2, 3, 4 WALLACE NAGLE, JR. 5844 Whitby Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Soci 4, IM Basketball 4. DONALD' NARY Biglerville, Pa. REAL ESTATE Veterans Club I. SYDNEY NEMIROFF 2505 N. Hollywood Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi, Treasurer 4, Templar 3, Temple News 2, City Editor 3, Sports Editor 4, AVC 3, 4, ICG 3. MORRIS NIPON 5259 Rodman Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JU ERNEST OBERMAN 1537 S, Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Temple News 2, 3, Veterans lub 2, 3, Marketing Club 2, , Southern Circle 2, 3, 4, IM iasketball 1, 4. HERBERT OCKS 4800 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW STEPHEN ONDECK 2111-C Dune Road Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 'Veterans Club 3, 4, Newman lub 3, 4. MANNING NASH 4026 E. Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4, Owl, Liter- ary Editor 4, Temple News 2, City Editor 3, Features Editor 4. IRVIN NEWMAN 1256 Park Boulevard Camden, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 3, Advertising Club 4. JOHN NORMILE 313 W. George Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Beta Gamma Sigma 4, 'Mar- keting Club 4, Newman Club 3, 4. SHELDON NEMEROV 5429 Upland Way Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING VICTOR NIBAUER 39 Union Avenue Bala Cynwyd, Pa. JOURNALISM Pi Lambda Phi I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM NOYOVITZ 3820 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING X X X SINE' Joe Lee, stellar end on th memoirs. EVELYN OBRANT 1147 Magnolia Avenue Camden, N. J. SECRETARIAL Phi Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Student Commission Panel 2, Day Dodgers 2, 3, Hillel I, 2. ANTHONY OCZKOWSKI 2125 Bridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DOROTHY OSLER 110 Fifth Avenue Mount Ephraim, N. J. MARKETING Alpha- Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Student Commission 2, Boosters 3, Marketing Club 3, 4, Adver- gishiig Club 3, 4, Day Dodgers e Owl eleven, writing his gridiron JOHN O'BRlEN 439 Park Avenue Laurel Springs, N. J. ACCOUNTING DOROTHY ANN O'KELLEY 201 E. Main Street Moorestown, N. J. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4, Theta Sigma Phi 4, English Honorary Society 4, Temple News I, 2, 3, Telegraph Editor 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, WRTI 3, 4, SCA GEORGE OVERLANDER 7311 Dorcas Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TCF 3, 4. OSCAR PACKER 1937 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Pi Lamda Phi I, 2, 3, 4 Advertising Club 4. HARRY PARRISH, JR. 1813 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IRC 3, 4, Newman Club I AGNES PERKINS 1028 Bell Avenue Yeadon, Pa. SECRETARIAL Phi Gamma Nu 3, 4, Secre- tarial Club 4, French Honora Society 4, EARLE PAGE, JR. Z43 Conover Street Burlington, N. J. ACCOUNTING THEODORE PEARLMAN 2817 W. Columbia Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Olney Student Commission I. WILLIAM PERLSON 2619 Monterey Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society ry 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4. JACK PANITCH 442 Spring Street Elizabeth, N. J. ACCOUNTING Pi Lambda Phi 3, 4, Honora Accounting Society 4, Hillel 4, IF Sports 4. RAYMOND PELLlCCIO'ITl 2041 S. Beechwood Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THOMAS PERRONE 1818 S. 16th Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Southern Circle 3, 4. 'Li-IOOL ' David Waitz, Hillel vice-president, enjoys comforts of Hillel house. RAY PERRY 3539 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society , . GEORGE PIOUS 854 N. Ringgold Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ot Management 4, Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, REUBEN PODOLSKY 1633 W. Venango Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4' Society for the Advancement MARVIN PICHNEY 1851 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. INSURANCE SAMUEL PIROLLO 1215 Wharton Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING HARRIET POLAND 1546 Kinsdale Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. MITCHELL PINKE 6932 Sylvester Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Track Team I, 2. ' PHILIP PLAKSIN 4957 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMICS Economics Club 3, 4, T Team 3. BURTON POLIN Park Manor Apartme 40th Street and Girard I Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING DAVID PoLLAclc 2030 S. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honoror Accountin Societ v Q 3, 4, l-llllel l, IZFA 3. Y JACK POLSKY I857 E. Washington Lane Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Temple Town Meeting 3. DAVID PORTER 7222 Cornelius Street Philadelphia, Pa. TRANSPORTATION Newman Club I, 2. U IRA POWELL 5023 Springfield Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Debate Club 2, 3. RAYMOND PRETSCH, JR. 6482 Morris Park Road Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PASQUALE PUGLIESE 3040 N. Leithgow Street Philadelphia, Pa. . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM POLLEN 2930 W. Oxford Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING WILLIAM POMERANTZ Garden Court Apartments 47th and Pine Streets Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Pi Lambda Phi I, 2, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3. MAURICE POST 5729 Warrington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE 4, SIDNEY PO'LS 2212 N. 58th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Zugs 3, 4. SHIRLEY PORILES 5638 Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 4, Hillel Spotlight 4, Hillel I, 2, 3. FRANK POSWISTILO 234 Fourth Street West Easton, Pa. MANAGEMENT Theta Ka CI Phi 4 Secre pp f ' tory 2, President 3, Beta Gam- ma Sigma 3, 4, Phi Alpha Theta 4, Sword Society 4, Senate 2, 3 ICG 3, 4, IRC 3, 4, SAM 4 Newman Club 2, 3, 4. FFP' 5'lN..oo Spring News Business manog photographer an ad. GERALD PRESCOTT 4423 Rhawn Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ANTHONY PROCOPIO 407 Warren Street Beverly, N. J. ACCOUNTING ALBERT PURE 6II8 Gardenia Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Sl' Advertising Club 4, Newman 3 IQIOHOVOW Accounting Society Club 4. I AARON PRESSMAN I347 E. Upsal Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Society for the Advancement of Management 4, Marketing Club 4, Boosters 4, Hillel 3, 4 ICG 4. SIMON FUGACH l336 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Debate Societ 3 4' Hilll Y I l 9 I, 2, 3, 4, Fencing I. JOSEPH PURUL 830 S. Front Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pre-Law Club I, 2, 3. Bob Levine selling Templar WC X SAMUEL RABINOWITZ 906 Franklin Street Woodbine, N. J. ACCOUNTING COLEMAN RAINES 1728 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Honorary Accounting Society 3, BLAKE RANSOM, JR. 321 Montgomery Avenue Cynwyd, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports editor Syd Nemirott con sports pages. RODERICK REARDON 213 St. James Avenue Merchontville, N. J. ACCOUNTING JOHN REILLY 873 N. 46th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Prev Law Club 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS RHOADES 2303 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ... rl JOSEPH RAFFERTY 1012 Fayette Street Conshohocken, Pa. JOURNALISM RAYMOND RALSTON 33 N. Race Street Greenville, Po. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, ary Accounting Society 3, 4. EUGENE RAPPEPORT 831 Jefferson Avenue Scranton, Pa. PRE-LAW Phi Alpha 3, 4, Hillel l, 2, 3, 4. Society for the Advanceme Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Honor- of Management 4, Vetel Club 3. 3, Chaplain 4, Senate 3, stitutionol Convention 2, X man's Senate 1, Hillel I, 2, BENJAMIN RAGUSA 444 Moore Street Norristown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION RAYMOND RAMBO 77 Newkirk Avenue Trenton, N. J. ACCOUNTING MARILYN RAUCHMAN 36 Gordon Street Perth Amboy, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Delta Tau 2, Treasl C OO.. i centrates an galleys for News CARL REBER 1223 N. Fifth Street Reading, Po. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PHYLLIS REIN Lancaster Court Apartments 57th and Jettierson Streets Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Hillel 1. DAVID RICHMAN 717 N. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING IM Basketball I. HORACE REBER 328 Garfield Avenue Palmyra, N. J. ACCOUNTING Varsity Baseball 3. ROBERT REINER 754 N. 25th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HOWARD RIDGWAY, JR 6333 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Gamma Sigma 3, 4. FRANCIS RIDLEY, JR. 19 E. Collingswood Avenue Oaklyn, N. J. FINANCE JEROME ROBINS 900 Porter Street Philadelphia, Pa. FINANCE ALLAN ROGOFF 5817 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. PR E- LAW JU GERALD ROOMBERG 4637 N. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4. DAVID ROSEN 5825 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING onorary Accounting Society 4, Olney Student Commis- n I, Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, Iel 2, 3, 4. ALBERT ROSENBERGER 335 Shearer Street North Wales, Pa. ACCOUNTING onwell Club 4. MARTIN RIPKIN 2733 S. Sheridan Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4, ALEXANDER RODGER 365 Highland Terrace Holmes, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 4, SCA 4, Basketball lg Football 2, IM Basketball 3, 4. E. CHARLES ROHN 347 N. Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for Advancement of Management 4. BETSY ANN ROBB 4301 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Phi Delta Tau 2, 3, 4, Mar- keting Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, Hillel I, 2. 3. 4. ROBERT RODIN 1324 S. Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society tor the Advancement ot Management 4. BASILIO ROMERO Humacao 1060 Urb. Santa Rita Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico ACCOUNTING SINISS Len Wilt, Zeta Lambda Phi president, lounges against metallic IFES Oil CCTICFGTE CCITTIDUS. JAMES ROONEY 31 Stanley Avenue Glenside, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Newman Club 3, 4. KALMAN ROSEN 26 Isabel Avenue Glenolden, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SIDNEY ROSENBLIT 112 S. Raleigh Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. PRE-LAW Pi Lambda Phi 2, 4, Marshall I, Treasurer 3, Boosters I, 2, Vice-President 3, Comm. at Ten 4, Templayers I, 2, 4, House Manager 31 Hillel I, 2, 3, 4' Soccer Manager 2. SYDNEY ROSE 901 Walnut Street Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING IM Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. BURTON ROSENBERG 6048 Webster Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING University Assembly 4, Mar- keting Club 4. EUGENE ROSENFELD 725 W. Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. LESTER ROSENFELD 2412 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LAWRENCE ROSS 242 S. 49th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Society for Advancement of Management 4. RUTH RUBEN 1997 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Day Dodgers I, 42, 3, 4, So- ciety for Advancement of Man- agement Secretary 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. ALLAN ROSINSKY Manheim Gardens Manheim and Schuyler Streets A Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Temple News I, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, WRTI 4. PETER ROSSETTI 3111 N. Hemberger Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, New- man Club I, 2, 3, 4, Adver- tising Club 4. ARTHUR RUBENSTEIN 2217 N. 51st Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOU NTI NG F I CHARLES ROSS 79 S. Wycombe Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. MARKETING ERNEST ROVINS 188 W. Commerce Street Bridgeton, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pi Lambda Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4, Soccer Mc 2, 3. ASHER RUBIN 1909 W. Olney Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING 9 -rl JO... Debby Lemanoft, Templar Senior editor, smiles bravely at the thought of facing thousands of Seniors. HAROLD RUBINSON 1448 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ALVIN RUPEL 2307-A Dune Road Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM VICTOR SALGADO Hato Rey Puerto Rico MANAGEMENT Spanish Club I, 2, 3, IRC 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, MARVIN RUDNITSKY 6736 Horrocks Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. JAMES RYAN, JR. Cottage and Cedar Avenues Horsham, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRED SANFERARE 1838 Siegel Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING WILLIAM RUGERIIS 214 Maypole Road Upper Darby, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT Alpha Phi Delta 2, 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. EVE SAIEVETZ 5651 Pentridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Iota Alpha Pi 2, 3, 4, Alpha Theta 3, Presidi Astron 3, 4, Magnet 4, Panhellenic Assn. Pres. 4, Sigma Phi 3, Pre-side Temple News 2, City EC Editor 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. GIRO SANTAGATA 230 Zeralda Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Advertising Club 3, 4, keting Club 4. ROBERT SAVIDGE 1816 Plymouth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ADELE SCHACHTER 312 W. Broad Street Quakertown, Pa. SECRETARIAI. lata Alpha Pi 2, 4, Treasurer Chimes 3, 4, University AS- mbly 4, Secretarial Club I, 3, President 4, Day Dodgers Marketing Club 2, Hillel I, 3, Executive Council 4, AA 3, 4. JOHN SCHILGEN 128 Winchester Road Merion, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JU MARIAN SCHULTE 5017 Newhall Street Philadelphia, Pa. NESS ADMINISTRATION a Upsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Stu- Comrnission 2, Boosters 2, Club I, 2, Business Club 3, 4, Span- 3, Day Dodgers Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. PETER SCUDERI 943 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. PR E-LAW lpha Phi Delta Vice-Presb r 2, 3, President 4, Sword iety 4, ltalica 4, IF Council Vice-President 4, Pre-Law b 4, ICG 4, Newman Club , IF Athletic Council 3, 4. HEODORE SEIDENBERG 5686 Woodbine Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. USINESS ADMINISTRATION eta Lambda Phi 2, 3, 4, sters I, 2, Debate Council -, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3. GILBERT SCARBOROUGH, JR. 515 W. 34th Street Wilmington, Del. INSURANCE GEORGE SCHELLHASE 115 Barrington Road Upper Darby, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BERNARD SCHLOSBERG 3604 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, Pa. FINANCE RICHARD SCHABNER 544 E. Monastery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE Sigma Pi 3, 4, IF Sports 3, 4. WILLIAM SCHIFFMAN 6731 Sylvester Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING GLORIA SCHONBERGER 205 E. Bertsch Street Lunsford, Pa. MARKETING Phi Delta Tau 3, 4, Templar l, 2, Boosters 2, Secretarial Club I, Marketing Club 4, Hil- lel 2, 3. X 'CC' PII Loo Pram grille luke box to IRC meeting is small jump for Carl Hepler, organizations top man. MICHAEL SCIOLI 1032 Fernon Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4. IRVING SEGAL 5408 Delancey Street Philadelphia, Pa. MANAGEMENT Veterans Club I, 2, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. MERRILL SEIDMAN 1027 Wingohocking Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ANNE SCOTT 201 Vanneman Avenue Swedesboro, N. J. MARKETING Phi Gamma Nu 3, 4, Uni- versity Assembly 4, Women's Senate 4, Wiott Hall Dormi- tory President 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SEGAL 5053 Pennway Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ALLAN SENKER 630 South Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, IM Basketball 2, 3, 4. 5 as I 33 DALE SENSENIG 335 South Oak Street Ephrata, Pa. MANAGEMENT Society tor Advancement of Management 4, Tennis Team 4 RUSSELL SHAMANSKY 25l S. Peach Street Mt. Carmel, Pa. PRE-LAW FRANK SHAW 254 Long Lane Upper Darby, Pa. MARKETING Assistant Managing editor Peg corpse in the News morgue. JULES SHESTACK 812 Pleasant Road Yeadon, Pa. ACCOUNTING I-Ionora Accountin Socie VY Q W 4, IM Basketball 4. CHARLES SHREINER, JR. Glen Loch Chester, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3. IRWIN SILVERMAN 3236 Page Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ELAINE SERODY Grange Manor I42l Grange Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 4, Temple News 3, City Editor, Editor-in- Chief 4, Templar 4, Boosters 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT SHAPIRO Z8l7 S. Fairhill Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING NORMAN SHEAR l748 N. Peach Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Avc i, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS SERPICO IIZ W. Nedro Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club I, Newmc Club 2. NORMAN SHAULIS R. D. No. 3 Somerset, Pa. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 3, 4, Vet Club I, 2, HELEN SHEGDA 704 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Gamma Nu 4, Hor Accounting Society 4. OO... Collins seeking ci literary ABRAHAM SHILLER 4547 Sansom Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JEROME SILK I0O3 66th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Pre- Law Club 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4, Honorary Accounting So- ciety 4. MORTON SILVERMAN 2520 S. Tenth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hanover Pa BUSINESS ADMI N I STRA Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4. CARROLL SHORB I I T LEONARD SILVER 2I27 72nd Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Debate Team I, 2, 3, Television Forum 25 Sen SYLVAN SILVERMAN 302 Cantrell Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING RAMON SILVERSTEIN 1509 Greenwood Avenue Camden, N. J. ACCOUNT I NG EDWARD SIMOVETCH 1352 Knorr Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING NORMAN SMITH 2593 S. Brood Street Trenton, N. J. ACCOUNTING U WILLIAM SMYTH 2208 Gross Avenue Merchantville ,N. J. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SOLOMON 1735 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. ALVIN SPIVAK 34 S. Redfield Street Philadelphia, Pa. GLEN SIMON 319 Harrison Avenue Glenside, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, Treasurer 4, Diamond Honor Society 4, Temple News 3, 4, Templar Organizations Editor 4, Dia- mond Band Publicity Director 3, 4, Color Sgt, 4, WRTI 4. GORDON SINGER 103 S. Third Street Colwyn, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 4, Hon- orary Accounting Saciety 4. RUTH SMITH 1320 Levick Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING LASZLO SIMON 10608 A Midday Road Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHARLES SMITH 826 W. Main Street Norristown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NORMAN, SMOLEN 4851 N. Hutchinson Street Philadelphia, Pa. Accountiua Hillel 2, 3, 4. PSP' fIN-oa Maybe it's the '49 Greek Week-end that's making Manny Davis, IF Council wheel, all aglow. GERTRUDE SNYDER 1806 Ruscomb Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECRETARIAL Secretarial Club 4, Canter- bury Club 3, 4. PHILIP SOPINSKY 1828 N. Natrona Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING RAYMOND SPLANE 2714 W. Somerset Street Philadelphia, Pa. BERNARD SOLAR 2547 S. American Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING JAMES SPADARO 1039 Fernon Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING I-Ionorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 4. CHARLOTTE SPONSEL 6416 Tabor Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL eta Gamma Sigma 4, Sigma Th , -I ta Chi 3, 4, Temple News SAO Upslon Sec' ZUPFQS' 2, 4. 3, Social Chrmn. 4, Vigilante 2, Student Commission 2, White Cap Z, Day Dodgers 1, 2, Sec- retarial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Boost- ers 2, Panhellenic Assn. 3. 'Q RICHARD SPRAGUE 2137 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Phi Alpha Theta 4, Pre-Low Club 3, 4. KENNETH 'STAUFFER 7506 Fayette Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. MURIEL STEFFY 367 Main Street Denver, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 4, Temple News Librarian, City Editor 4, University Assembly 3, 4, Wiatt Hall Council 4,.Glee Club 2, Student Christian Association 3, 4, Reformed Club 2, 3, 4. BERNARD SPRECHER 1731 N. 31st Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING CLARENCE STEELE 515 N. Seventh Street Apollo, Pa. MARKETING Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, MOI'kEtir1g Club 4, President's Corps 3, 4, Freshman Players l, Band l, Veterans Club 2, Advertising Club 3, lF Sports 3, 4. MARTIN STEIN 1814 S. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel l, 2, 3, 4. CURTIS STAUFFER 728 Columbia Avenue Lansdale, Pa. .IOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4, Temple News 3, 4, Scribblers 3, 4. GEORGE STEELEY, JR. 5326 N. Carlisle Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, Olney Student Commission 1, Bridge Club 4. STANTON STEIN 1412 W. Susquehanna Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMlNlSTRATlON Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Dia- mond Bond 2, 3, 4, l-lillel 3, 4. f ai-IOO.. Fall 'semester News editor-in-chief Bob McCaffery gleefully reaches for another letter to the editor. HERBERT STERN 3219 W. Hilton Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. WILLIAM STOEBE 430 Pusey Avenue Collingdole, Pa. Business ADMINISTRATION HENRY STREMBA 300 Essex Avenue Narberth, PG. JOURNALISM Canterbury Club 3, 4- ALBERT STERNBERG 518 Emily Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING GEORGE STOOLMAN 2593 Baird Boulevard Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club l, 2. SALVADORE STRIGARI 2619 W. Sergeant Street Philadelphia, Pa. FINANCE FRANK STEWART 3107 F Berkeley Drive Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT STOUGHTON, JR. 20 Willowbrook Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. BUSINESS ADMlNlSTRATlON Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE STRINGER 222 Rosedale Avenue Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Town Meeting 3. JOHN STUART 408 W. Ashdale Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING FRANK STUPP 4806 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Pi Lambda Phi 3 4' IF S orts I I I3 , 3, President 4. MARVIN SUKONIK 2218 Bryn Mawr Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Inter- raternity Council 2, 3, Varsity asketball I, 2, IF Sports 3, ARTHUR STUMP 915 Brill Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, Temple News 3, AVC 4, Newman Club 2. ALAN STUTZ 524 Wine Street Allentown, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JOHN SUPER 1722 Atlantic Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, EUGENE STUMPO 7047 State Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING DONALD SUGDEN 1663 Kinsey Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Varsity Soccer 2. IRVING SUVALSKY 128 Pennington Avenue ' Trenton, N. J. ACCOUNTING UEINIISS HAROLD SWAIN 4717 Bleigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING KENNETH SYKEN 368 Tree Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 2, 3 ' uthern Circle I, 2. ,4, ESTHER TAINE 601 Parrish Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alpha Sigma Alpha treasurer Miriam I-Iipple looks happy over bank balance. IRVIN SWARTZ 6733 Horrocks Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING CHARLES TADDEI 514 Greenwood Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. - ACCOUNTING Hanora ry. Accounting Society 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 3. MORTON TANENBAUM 7356 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Debate Council 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. PRENTISS SWIFT 112 E. Providence Road. Aldon, Pa. MARKETING Havertown Student Com- mission I, Advertising Club 4, Marketing Club 4, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment 4. JESSE TAGIGART Oak Street East Pitman, N. J. FINANCE MORTON TANNENBAUM 1323 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM SIDNEY TARLOW 5253 Florence Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Hillel 3, 4. WILLIAM TAYLOR 93 W. Nedro Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. IRWIN THOLL I4I2 Princess Avenue Camden, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHARLES TAYLOR I323 Grant Avenue Woodlyn, Pa. PR E-LAW Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Phi pha Theta 3, 4. AI- BURTON TEITELL 5403 Chestnut Street ' Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING EDWARD THOMAS, JR. ZI9 Buckingham Place Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Diamond Band 3, IM Basket- ball 2. JACK TAYLOR III6 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Sigma Delta Chi 4, Veterai Club I, Hillel 4, WILLIAM TERRELL Maple 6' Sunset Avenue Chalfont, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4, erans Club I. ROBERT THOMPSOI 2219 E. Susquehanna Av Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club I. F -rlOO.... lt's double or nothing for Mark WILLIAM THOMPSON 3508 Bowman Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Wesleyans 4. REESE TIMMONS Millsboro, Del. ACCOUNTING Sigma Phi Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND TRAINOR, JR. 745 Cypress Street Yeadon, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3 4 Honorary Accounting Society 3 4 Newman Clubl 2 IM Bowl ing I 2 Badminton 2 Dolin, top Owl varsity tackle ROBERT TILLETT 234 S. Melville Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING IM Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2. ERVIN TOLL 35I3 Federal Street Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Hillel 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY TRANCHITELLA 5331 Sylvester Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING MICHAEL TILLGER 675 Maple Avenue Ardsley, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 4, man Club 3, 4. SEYMOUR TRABIN I007 Van Kirk Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4. RAYMOND TRANKI 6803 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRA GENO TRAPE 3027 N. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 3, 4, ltolica 4. ELIZABETH TUCKER 1519 W. Second Street Chester, Pa. SECRETARIAL Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, Sec- retarial Club 3, 4. LOUIS UCHITEL 1929 Church Lane Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club 3, 4. .SU CARL VAN AKEN Main Road R. F. D. No. 2 Vineland, N. J. MARKETING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 45 Society 3, 4, French Hon- 4j Senate 35 Student Marketing Club 4, Town Meet- 3, 4, IRC 3, 45 Foreign Stu- Advisor Corps Chrmn 4. JOHN WAGNER 509 Ashdale Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE BERNARD WALD 2608 S. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, onorary Accounting Society 3, ARTHUR TRATENBERG 313 S. Sixth Street V Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING GENEVIEVE TULOWITZKI 1018 S. Tenth Street Altoona, Pa. ACCOUNTING Girls' Glee Club I, 2, IRC 4. EDWARD URBANSKI 2326 Wakeling Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Veterans Club 3, 4, New- man Club 3, 4. LEWIS TRAUTZ 5030 Irving Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4. DELBERT TURNER 1736 Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING GERALD VALLEN Majestic Hotel Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING X 'CS' gill Luv Mel Levine, News drama critic, takes notes on Templayers latest. THOMAS VAN DYKE 428 E. Flora Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE MELVIN WAHRHAFTIG 4925 Bingham Street Philadelphia, Pa. STANLEY VOICE 1009 66th Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 4. DAVID WAITZ 901 N. 12th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club ll 2, 3: l-llllel Olney Student Commission I ll 2,31 All Hillel I, 2, 4, Vice-President 3, University Religious Council 2, 3. CHARLES WALTER 915 N. Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT WALTER 42 Clifton Avenue Sharon Hill, Pa. REAL ESTATE f"!N ALEXANDER WAXLER 4 Roger Avenue Danbury, Conn. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pi Lambda Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Templar 3, Templayers, Assis- tant House Manager I, 2, Boosters 4, ICG 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4, IF Athletic Council I. GEORGE WEAVER 241 Willow Avenue Wayne, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Societ for the Advancement Y of Management 3, 4. LESTER WEINBERG 1424 Belleview Avenue Camden, N. J. PRE-LAW Pre-Law Club 2, 3, 4, Vet- erans Club 4. MORTON WATNIK 6126 Christian Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Zeta Lambda Phi 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, Marketing Club 3, 4, AARON WEBER 3938 Penns Grove Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. JOSEPH WEINER 2109 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 3 4' Vet- erans Club i, Hillelll, 'chore chestro 2, 3: Owl Bond 3 man Social Comm. 2, 3, 4. SGCVQIUVIOI CII-'I3 3, 45 I'I 2, 3. 4. ALEXANDER WAXLER 4157 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AVC 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WEBER 5507 N. Fairhill Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Delta Sigma Pi I. LEONA WEINER 439 E. First Avenue Roselle, N. J. SECRETARIAL Women's Senate 3, 4, Or P J-IOO- I Templayer Claire Gomberg smiles approval of next dramatic role. JOHN WEIR 8 Winding Way Haddonfield,, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SHELDON WEITZMAN 1491 Greenwood Avenue Camden, N. J. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4, Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Psi Chi 3, 4, Olney Templet I, Olney Student Commission I, Constitutional Convention Dele- gate 3, Hillel 3, Executive Board 4, OWL 4. PAUL WENOGRAD 715 W. Rockland Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Hil- lel I, 2. NATHAN WEISSBERG 323 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 3, 4. CYNTHIA WELLMAN 15 Glover Avenue Yonkers, N. Y. SECRETARIAL Phi Delta Tau 2, 3, Vice- President 4, Wamen's Senate 3, University Assembly 4, Boosters 3. MARTIN WERNICK 5922 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING PAUL WEITZMAN 654 W. Rockland Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Zeta Lambda Phi I 2 3 AVC I' Hillel I MARVIN WELSCH 5945 Woodcrest Avenue Philadelphia P ACCOUNTING Pi Lambda Phi 2 3 4 Basketball Football Baseball ROBERT WEST W. Bertsch Street Lunsford Pa. MANAGEMENT Veterans Cl b 2 3' Basketball I 2. PHILIP WEXLER 6510 N. Smedley Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, IF Bose- boll, Football, Basketball 2, 3, 4, RAYMOND WHITTAKER 4904A Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill, Pa. JOURNALISM IRWIN WHITE 5935 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING JOHN WILCHEK 6 Regent Street Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ACCOUNTING Sigma Delta Chi 3, President Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 4, Marketing Club 3. 4. , Beta Gamma Sigma 3, PIESI' Honorary Accounting Society ent 4, Sword Society 3, 4, 3, 4. Iney Templet, Ed. I, 2, Stu- ent Commission I, 2, Student enote 3, Veterans Club I, 2, ' LEONARD wll.F I5 N. 60th Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Zeta Lambda Phi 2, Presi- ent 3, Sigma Delta Chi 4, employers 2, 3, Hillel 2, 3, 4. CALVIN WILHELM 122 Richey Avenue W. Collingswood, N. J. MARY JANE WHITE 528 N. 11th Street Reading, Pa ACCOUNTING Theta Sigmo Upsilon 2 ,3, 4, Student Senate Corres, Sec. 3, Constitutional Convention 2, Advertising Club 3, 4. CLIFFORD WILCOX 3606 Indian Queen Lane Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING GEORGE WILLIAMS 5771 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING F66 .3UflN..of WILLIAM WILLIAMS III 102 W. Greenman Avenue Haddonfield, N. J. MARKETING Delta Sigma Pi I, 2, 3, 4, arketing Club 3, 4, Advertis- g Club 3, 4. L. ROY WILSON 1305 Morris Road Wynnewood, Pa. MARKETING Marketing Club 4, Advertis- Club 4, IM Basketball, otboll I, 2. LAWRENCE WITTWER 32 Churchill Road Haddonfield, N. J. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Yearbook business mano books will ever balance. SAMUEL WILLINGYRE 439 First Road Hammonton, N. J. PRE-LAW Pre-Low Club 3, 4. STANLEY WITKIN 5132 N. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNT I NG SAMUEL WOHL 6214 Gardenia Street Philadelphia, Pa. REAL ESTATE I-Iillel i, 2, 3, 4. ger Bill Feige wondering it Templar RICHARD WILLIS Philadelphia Pike Claymont, Del. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MORTON WITLIN 339 Kerlin Street Chester, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JACQUEL WOLF 419 West End Drive Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING I-lonorory Accounting Society 3, 4, ,pr MARVYN WOLF 5 N. Eighth Street Vineland, N. J. JOURNAILISM Debate Council 1, Hillel 2, 3, 4 University Religious Council, 3, Membership Chairman 3, Presi- dent 4. RITA WOLFE 2401 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Day Dodgers 3, Hillel 4. BENJAMIN WOUCH 528 Tasker Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SEYMOUR WOLF 2574 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Honorary Accounting Society 4, 2, SAUL WOLLMAN 5714 Virginian Road Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING CAROLINE YEAGER Feasterville, Pa. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi 3, Treasurer Pre-law Club 3, 4, Debating 4, WAA Galt 3, 4. Council 3, 4, Veterans Club 3 4 ,IM Sports 3, 4, LOUIS WOLFE 2401 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Veterans Club 2, 3, Hillel 3, 4, HAROLD WORLEY 2022 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING Men's Glee Club I, 2, 3, HARRY YOHN, JR. 203 N. Penn Street West Chester, Pa. SECRETARIAL X 'CC .JUSII Lou English paper absorbs attention of Anthony Della Selva, Spanish-speaking Club Amistad prexy. MARTHA ZALESKI 3916 Terrace Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEWIS ZAMPANA 2308 S. Rosewood Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARKETING Newman Club I, Marketing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club CHARLES ZEGER, JR. 120 Linden Avenue Mercersburg, Pa. ACCOUNTING Diamond Band 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN 237 S. 48th Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOURNALISM Veterans Club I, AVC 2, JACOB ZANKMAN 6007 Osage Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NORMAN ZELNICK S060 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ACCOUNTING ALICE ZUIKIS 5323 Large Street Philadelphia, Pa. S ECR EFAR I AL 3, Phi Gamma Nu, Corgesiec- - -- - h retary 2, Treasurer , ice- Clty Publlclly Cholrmon 4 President 4, Secretarial Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Day Dodgers 1, Candlelight Chorus 1, Newman Club 1, 4, WAA Archery I, 2, 3, JOHN ZAPACH 637 S. Hancock Street McAdoo, Pa. ACCOUNTING ROBERT ZIMMERMA 6028 N. Hasbrook Ave: Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATI Veterans Club 3, 4. WALTER ZWICKEL 1824 Erlen Road Cheltenham, Pa. MARKETING Hillel 3, 4. 1 rf' N' . Riff- , , 6' - ' Rf RM, gf. X M 'I If Y? TW Q L, L W- '1 aiu" - , 3 -wiv' , - , ff' X-Q13 ',.,- -k 1 Y 1 -42551112-. A iv-VY, , , K . 9134 jj.,- " xxx- uf 'E Wuxi: fm 5 1 . . ' in 5? gi T Q if-fwz-if 4 1 2? A x. ,hi ,V-3.1 . 1Ci.Z 'EW Q ff 1 nz ka -w.-V , if-f I-mf rj . . 1. , , is LL.: N , 335' , ' , la 5 -" E 2 W B. 11, - , i .A M ,gf Ag ' ,511 .ff -5, . X "F,-3'-iz' 5 .1 NH, WVU- A. -L' 'Y U5 ,x,vQH.L2' 'VAN' A I ., -M-"'d4ZA'4!Z,Hj al 1 ' , lf 71 5, , 3 in Q fm i Sv.-22 -gf, . -E, va - N 1 4 u'-Y . if, H ,qu Eliix umm 5. -9335. www Dpi.,-1 'fi , if?-in - 25:1 ami 1 gg A Ax fa., 2121. - F Waf- ,wg-35151. x-x , ui is wa. -z , , g ,,.. W i W .aiu W Teach em College MICHAEL ABBOUD 2640 S. Watts Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION NATHAN ALLEN 2342 S. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Math- ematics Society 3, 4. PEARL AUSTIN Main Street Smithfield, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Delta Sigma Epsilon, Chap- lain 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Candlelight Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Conwell Club 2, 3, Varsity Swimming 2, 3, IM Bowling 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 1 i Erle Ehly, Phi Epsilon Kappa head, two tardy basketball teams. ' ROBERT BAKER 311 Huntingdon Pike Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION MARILYN ABRAMSON 916 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, 4, ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. VINCENT AMANNIA 764 Anchor Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION MICHAEL BABYAK Box 373 Ellsworth, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION -i-ISRS fuming at the absence of JOHN BALLOTS 974 N. Locust Street Hazleton, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION English Honorary Society 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4- President 4, Men's Glee Club 2, Secondary Ed, Dromatics Club 1, Westminster Fellow- ship 3. ANTHONY BECKER, JR. 810 E. Schiller Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pemo 1, 2, 3, 4-5 IM Basker- bou 1, 2, 3, 4. NORMA BERMAN 5656 Pentridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION EUGENE BEHRMAN 2016 S. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Ed. Club 2, 3, 4. PAUL BERNSTEIN 6121 Delancey Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION English Honorary Society 2, Great Books Club 4, Hillel 34HillelI234 34 11 111' , , MARGARET AGIN 917 N. 20th Street Camden, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4 Day Dodgers 2, JOAN ANDERSON 336 E. Cheltenham Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Chimes 4, Senate, Corre- sponding Secretary 4, E. C. Elementary Ed. Club I, 4,. Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Day Dodgers lg ACE 3, 4 JEAN BAKER 1821 Erlen Road Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ACE 4, E. C. Elementary Club I, 2, 3, 4. JEANNE BEAVER 229 E. 11th Avenue Conshohocken, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. . . I cl C Elementary Ed 2, 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, Day Do MILTON BERKES 1925 W. Napa Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Olney Templet 1, 2, M ematics Club 4, Veterans I 4. KATHRYN BIEHN 57 N. Ninth Street Quakertown, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon I, 4, Secretary 2, Secondary Executive Board 2, Candle Chorus 3, WAA Basketball 1 ALENE BINDER 7324 Brentwood Road Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Delta Phi Upsilon 2, 3, 4, stron 2, 3, 4, Hillel High- lights I, Day Dodgers I, E. C. Iementary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4 illel 4. JANE BLOMER Paulsboro, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Newman Club I, 4. BEATRICE BRENNER 6030 Carpenter Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION SHIRLEY BLACK 1804 N. 31st Street EARL BLAZYNSKI 310 Hayes Street Philadelphia, Pa. Chester, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 1, PEMO 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 2, SESA 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. EVELYN BOYD 8131 Hennig Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION SYLVIA BRILL 422 Snyder Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION 3, 4. MARY JANE BRADY S932 Stenton Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alha Sima Alha I 2 I3 Q I3 I , Secretary 3, 4, Phi Delta Pi, 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Astron 3, 4, Magnet 4, Tem- players I, 2, Day Dodgers 1, 2, 4, Varsity Hockey Z, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. IRENE BROMBERG 334 Monroe Street Philadelphia, Pa SECONDARY EDUCATION Book Review Club 4, Spanish EVIQIISIW HOVOVUW SOCIETY 4, lub 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, Trip Modern DUUCG GVOUD 2, 3, 42 lub 2, 3, 4, Hillel l, 2, 3, 4, Temolavers II, 2. 3, 4: Temple AA Horseback Riding I, 2, 5-OIZYI MGEIIVIQ 42 I'l'll9l I, 2. 4 I - , . QF PHYLLIS BROOKS 4924 Rosehill Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 1, 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, 4, IZFA 1, 2, 3, 4. GRACE BUCHAKJIAN 202 S. State Road Upper Darby, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 3, 4, WM rcheiy I, 2, Horseback Riding Basketball 1, 2, Modern nce 3. ROBERT CALLAHAN 877 Union Avenue Scranton, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Var- LL: Y 1 Business Education Club President Ruth Golcltarb being un- business- Ii ke. WILLIAM BROUILLETTE 3101-H Fernon Drive Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pelvla 2, 3, 4, mek l, 3. ELAINE BURNS 1115 Shelmire Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, Ed. 3, 4, Astron 3, Chimes, Na- tional President 4, Magnet 3, Treasurer 4, Student Commis- sion 2, Senate, President 3 Executive Committee 4, Tem: la ers I 2 3, 4, Boosters 3, D Y I 1 Secretary 4. RITA CAPUTO 1423 E. Lycoming Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon 4, Modern y Football 2, 3. Dance Club 2, 3, 4, ltalica 4, IRC 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4. BERNICE BROWN 2201 N. 33rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION WARREN BUSCHER 146 Washington Street Riverside, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION MARTHA JANE CARTER 10 E. Lynnwood Avenue Glenside, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 3, 4, Alpha SIQTTICI AIDIWCI 2, 3, 4, Templar 4, Diamond Bond 2, Librarian 3, 42 DOY DOdgers I, Wesleyans I, 41 SCA 1, 4, WAA Hockey I, Basketball 2, 3, 4, K Q-. , e ewes. 12 f' L ROBERT CATHCART 2354 E. Sergeant Street Philadelphia, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Men's Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Canter- bury Club I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE CH RISTIE Stafford, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Phi Gamma Nu 3, 45 Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Women's Senate 2, 3, Presi- dent 45 Dorm Council 25 Bus- iness Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 45 Methodist Club I, 2, 3, 45 SCA 1, 3, 4. DOLORES COOPER 2021 N. 33rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Q Q LORRAINE CHALAL 5613 Woodbine Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Sigma Sigma, Bursar 2, 3, President 45 Panhellenic As- sociation, Recording Secretory 45 Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. HERBERT COHEN 2616 S. Mildred Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION PEMO 4. MATTHEW COSTANZO 6114 Grays Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY ,EDUCATION Newman Club I, 3, 4. Child psychology occupying Elementary Ed CIub's Nancy Vogel. EDWARD D'ANDREA 1704 Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4. JAMES DELFIDIO 426 Emerald Street Camden, N. J. BUSINESS EDUCATION Alpha Phi Delta I, 2, 35 Vet- erans Club 15 Business Ed. Club 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 2. GEORGE DeWITT 209 Sixth Street Freeport, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION PAUL DANIELS 2103 S. Hancock Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. MARIE DeLUCA 3327 N. 11th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon 3, 45 New- man Club 2, 3, 4. MARIE DIAL 1916 Graham Lane Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION L2 3 Do Daders3 OW , 2 v Q , NAACP 45 Club Amistad 3, Secondary Ed. Spanish Club 3, Arts and Crafts Club 2. SAMUEL CHIRLIN 3214 W. Monument Avenue- Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION LOIS COHEN 547 E. Church Road Elkins Park, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION English Honorary Society , , , 3, 2 4' Chimes 3' XYW 2 ICG 25 IRC 25 Mitten Stl Board 35 Day Dodgers , University Religious Con President 3, Vice-Presider Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA D'AMlCO 317 E. Pine Street Mahanoy City, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Curtis Hall Sec. 35 Dorm Council 35 Laura Cc Nursing Society 15 Home Club 2, 3, 45 Newman I, 2, 3, 4. i-ISRS RHODA DASH 1723 N. S2nd. Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club I ACE 3 4 Hillel MICHAEL DeNARDlS 2333 S. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Ed. Executive 4. JOSEPH DiDOMENIC 2431 S. Watts Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION PEMO 2, 3, 45 IM E ball 2, 3. FRANK DIGIUSEPPE 3844 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Delta, 2, 3, Sec. 1, President 4, Secondary Ed. Executive Board 3, 4, Mathe- matics Society 3, 4, Chairman Secondary Ed. Program Com- mittee 2, ltalica V.-Pres. 4. ELSIE DuBOlS 61 Delaware Street Woodbury, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Psi Kappa 3, His- torian 4, Physical Education Class Treasurer 4, WAA I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, WAA Bowling 4. ERLE EHLY 4345 Lauriston Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa, President 2, 3, 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, 'anal Convention Delegate News Editor, Vice-Presi- 2, 3, 4, Gym Manager 2, IM Athletics Director 4. Natl JAMES EVANS, JR. 5235 Race Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION MARILYNNE FAUST 2527 S. 21st Street Philadelphia, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Alpha Sigma Alpha 4, VVAA , 2, 3, 4, I-lame Economics lub I, 2, 3, 4, Day Dodgers 2, 3,, Wesleyans 4. 1 LOUIS FISHER 510 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Ed. Music Club 33, Hillel 3, 4. I ROSE DISANDRO 600 W. Butler Street Philadelphia, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS ltalica 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 4, Sec. 3, Day Dad- gers I, 2, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE EDBERG 5710 Tulip Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION GLYNN EISENHARD Meadowbrook Avenue Ambler, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Psi Kappa 3, Recording Secretary 4, Physical Education Class Secretary 3, 4, WAA I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Varsity Soft, ball 2, IM Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. PEGGIE DOUGLAS County Line Road Telford, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Psi Kappa 3, WAA I 2, 3, 4, Varsity Swimming 3, 4 JEAN EDWARDS 3953 N. 10th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Day Dodgers I, E. C. El ernentary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4 SCA I, Canterbury Club I Archery Club I. HELEN ELMAN 6055 Webster Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Ed. Activities Fund 3, Day Dodgers 2, 3, Hillel 3 4. Cf LL:-F- Delta Psi Kappa's aquatic executive Ginny Wilson brightening up the campus. BENITO FARNESE 2037 Mifflin Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION PEMO 3, 4. SHELDON FELDMAN 1812 Widener Place Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pi Lambda Phi 2, 4, Presi- dent 3, Football Team I, 2, 3, 4, Track Team I. CHARLES FITZ, JR. 915 S. 47th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PRE-THEOLOGY TCF 3, 4. ANNE FAULKNER 215 Nassau Place Narristown, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. BETTY JANE FEORI 10 Van Mar Avenue Pleasantville, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4 Women's Senate I, Physical Ed Department I, 2, 3, Sec. 4, Physical Ed. Department Water Show 3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, IM Bowling 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ' LENORE EOGEL 601 W. Cumberland Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION ' Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Club Amistad 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. S.. SAMUEL FOGEL 4504 N. York Road Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION IM Gym I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3. MAX FREEDMAN 2756 N. Newkirk Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION FRANK GERHARDT 4024 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Veterans' Club I. 1 1 HARRIET FORMAN 5210 N. 11th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ' MUSIC EDUCATION Iota Alpha Pi 2, 3, 4, Pi Mu 3, 4, Astron 3, 4, Tem- players 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 2, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER FRYER Gilbertsville, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Ed. Club 3, 4. ANNE GILMORE 426 Glenwood Avenue Williamsport, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Theta Sigma Upsilon I, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Panhellenic Association 4, Chimes 3, 4, Women's Senate I, Executive Council 2, 3, Dormi- tory Council Secretary 2, Lu- theran Club I, 2, 3, 4, SCA 2, 3 4 , . IFIPS ELEANOR FREAR 3224 Marshall Road Drexel Hill, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon, Vice-Presi dent 4, Editor 3, Rush Capt, 4 University Assembly, Treas, 4 Templayers I, 2, 3, Secretar 4, ICG 4, Boosters I, 2, 3, Da' gioigers 2, Newman Club I, 2 JOSEPHINE GANNON 6219 Greene Street ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Club I, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, ROBERT GINGRICH 412 S. Eighth Street Lebanon, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa I, 2, 3, PEMO 3, 4, Color Guard Varsity Baseball 2, arlqio Sword Society gavel wielder Larry Levan makes up with the photographer who lost the society's pic. ALBERT GLASSMAN 4141 Glendale Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION AVC 3, 4. ELSIE GOLDBERG 6243 Osage Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Pi Mu 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. SOLOMON GOODMAN 3867 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Bowling Club 3. LEONARD GODICK 6041 Delancey Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Town Meeting 3, Secondary Ed, Curr. Comm. 3, Secretary 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL GOLDBERG Chatham Court Apts., 49th and Locust Streets Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, WRTI 3, 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, Hillel 4. ARNOLD GORNEAU S311 Lindberg Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Pi 4, English Honorary Society 4. KATHLEEN GODSHALL 1002 Juniper Street Quakertown, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, Mathematics Society 3, 4. RUTH GOLDFARB 5748 N. Camac Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Phi Delta Tau 2, 3, Chairman 4, Business Ed. 2, 3, President 4. ELIZABETH 'GRAFLY 119 Cliveden Avenue Glenside, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon I, 2 4, Phi Delta Pi 3, 4, C leader 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, 4, Swimming I, 2. BETTI GRANITZ 1624 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION French Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Secondary Ed. Dramatic Club I5 Dance Club 45 Day Dodgers 2, Hillel 1. ANTOINETTE GRIFONE 206 Wembly Road Upper Darby, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION University Assembly 35 Sec- ondary Ed. Executive Board 35 Sec. 35 Day Dodgers 1, 25 Sec- ondary Ed. Student Association I, Z, 3, 45 SCA 2, 35 Inter- Varsity Fellowship 1. SYDELL GROSSMAN 1708 Roselyn Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION English Honorary Society 3, 45 Secondary Ed. Sec. Editor 1, 2, 3, 4. QF EDWARD HALDEMAN 1346 N. 29th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Social Service Club 15 Span- sh Club 25 Bowling Club 4. PAUL HARPER 2005 E. Monmouth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 3, 45 SESA xecutive Board 3, 45 Sociology lub 3, 4. EDMUND HARVEY 907 Guenther Avenue Yeadon, Pa. YSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Phi Kappa 2, 3, 45 Teachers Senate 45 Physical Ed. President 45 PEMO Board 45 IM Basket- Basketball 2, 3, 45 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2, PH SARA GRAY 218 E. Durham Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 2, 3, 4. CLARA GROBMAN 1536 Womrath Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 5, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Hillel I, DOROTHY HAGERMAN 2532 S. Holbrook Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pl 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I5 Swimming 15 Softball 2, 3, 4. LL: Pi Mu-sical Shirley Shectma JANE HALLIDAY 6424 Limekiln Pike Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club GEORGE GREEN 816 Grant Avenue West Collingswood, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4. EDWARD GROFF 5954 Delancey Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION VERNA HAINES 3091 Potter Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. I, 2, 3 4. Q1 1 n soaking up campus atmosphere MILDRED HAMBURG 6044 Washington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 1 1, 2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 45 ACE 2, 3, 45 Hillel 1 MARIAN HARRIS 807 E. Kerper Street Philadelphia, Pa. A PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 45 WAA I, 2, 3, 45 Physical Ed. Department Club I, 2, 3, Treas. 45 Day Dodgers 25 .Boosters 45 SCA 1, 25 Modern Dance Club 2, 35 IM Hockey 1, 25 Bowling 15 Basketball 25 Tennis 1, 2. MANNING HARVEY, JR. 1353 Fillmore Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football I, 2, 3, 4. 2, 3. SYLVIA HARROD 26 N. 50th Street Philadelphia, Po. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Theta 2, 3, 4. WALTER HATKEVICH 1746 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Po. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 45 Var- sity Basketball 3, 4. ROSE HAVESON 5046 Gainor Road Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION CHALONER HITCHENS R.D. No. 2 Tabernacle Vincentown, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Omega 4, IVCF 2, 3, 4, Methodist Club 2, Wes- leyans 4. NORMAN HORWITZ 4954 N. Warnock Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Secon- FRANKLIN HENZEL 614 Elkins Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Men' Glee Club 3, 4. LAURA HOLMES Carver Hall Apts., Oxford Ave Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 4, Canter- bury Club l, WAA Archery I RUTH HOUCHINS 6540 Glenmore Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, dary Ed, Class Representative 4, Chaplain 3, Business Ed. 3' IRC 3 4' AVC 2, 3, 4, Vet- Club 3, 4, SCA 2, 3, 4, WAA sions ciiib 3, Hillel 2, 3, IZFA i 3, 4. '1 'IL Bowling 2, 3, 4. JOYCE HERMAN 2135 s. sin sneer Philadelphia, PQ. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION s E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, I-lillel 2, 4. FRED HOLZWARTH 6123 N. 11th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION , I C 4 Math atics Society 3, 4, Men's Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella C 3, 4, President's Corps 3 IF Sports Council 3, SCA 1, formed Club 4. Sigma Pi I, 2, 3 AUBREY HOXTER, JR. 1314 N. 57th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Alpha 3, 4, Chi 3, 4, AVC 3, 4, NA! President 4, Swimming Club FIPS -rl -Ko Ted Perry found sneaking in another organization. STEPHEN HRITZ 915 Smith Street Trenton, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Theta Kappa Phi 3, 4, PEMO 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTIN ISADORE 2605 S. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 4, Olney Templet 1, 2, IM Softball 1, 3. HENRY JONES 3810 Westfield Avenue Camden, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4. EUGENE HUSIK 4233 N. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Sec Editor 3, 4, SESAME 4, Student Senate, 4, PEMO 1, NSA 2, Secondary Ed, Executive Board 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Scribblers Club 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. VIRGINIA JOHNSTON 6414 Clearview Street ' Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, Sec, 4, SESA 2, 3, 4, Day Dod- R. LANVGRALL INSLEY 548 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Epsilon I, 2, E Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4, I sters l, 2, Committee of 3, 4, PEMO 3, 4, IF Base Football, Basketball l, 2, 3, GEORGE JONES 203 Cleveland Avenue Norwood, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 4, W ling team 3. gers l, Music Ed. Chorus l, 2, WAA Basketball 2. JEAN JORAVSKY 5152 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION French l-lonorary Society 2, 3, SONA JOSEPHS 4300 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION xvw 2, 3, 4, Hillel i, 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Society 3, 4, I-Iillel 4. 7. PAUL JURGENS 6208 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION MURIEL KATES 1147 N. 65th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Day Dodgers I, 2, Hillel 1, 2, 4, ELEANORE KIMMEL 7608 Ogontz Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION JACK KABIN 29 N. 59th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Templayers 3, 4. SAMUEL KAUFMAN 2635 N. 33rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Sen- ate 3, Boosters 3. OLIVE KINCADE 2314 W. York Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Theta 3, 4, NAACP 4, Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4. SOL KASHOFF 5244 Jefferson Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Ed, Club I, 2, 3 AVC I, 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2 JAMES KELLY Clovernook Avenue Cornwells Heights, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. JULILIA KINZER 834 N. Holly Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4 Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Delta Phi Upsilon 3, 4, Executive Council Elementary Ed. I, 2 3 4, E. C. Elementary Ed. Club I 2, 3, 4, ACE 4, owt 1, 2. Cfllrff- IRVING KIRK 2455 N. Stanley Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, De- ate Council 3, 4, Veterans lub 3, AVC 3, 4. NORA KORAL 2035 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Sigma Sigma 3, 4, Hillel iii Templar Greek Editor Vera fraternity lists. ELAINE KLEIN 592 E. Cheltenham Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION EDWARD KORNBLATT 5643 Pentridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Busi- ' IZFA 3. ness Ed. Club 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL KRAVITZ 1973 Church Lane Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION I JULIA KROLL 2805 W. Poplar Street Philadelphia, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS 'Kwochlca thinking over those lang PHYLLIS KLUTZ 414 George Street Pen Argyl, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Delta Sigma Epsilon I, 2 Historian 3, House Manager 4 Home Economics Club I, 2, 3 4, Candlelight Chorus 3, 4 Wesle ans I 2 3 4' WAA y I I I I Basketball, Bowling 2, 3, 4. ROSELYN KRAMER 235 E. Louden Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Hillel I, 2. VERA KWOCHKA 2316 Wilson Avenue Bristol, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 4 OWL 3, 41 ICG 3, 42 DOY Treasurer 3' Templar Fratern Dodgers If 21 31 Af! Home ECO' ity Editor 4, University Assem namics Club I, 2, 3, 4, IRC I, bly 3, 4: SESA 11 2, 3, 4: WAA 2, 3I. WAA HOVSSIJGCIC RICIINQ 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2 3' 4' AICPPW 2' 3, 4, Asst. Manager Women Varsity Basketball 3, 4. I 1 -'IVR H f AUDREY LAFFER 5228 Church Road Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sec. ECI. Executive Board I 2, Hillel i, 2, 3, 4. ALMA LAWRENCE I8 N. 38th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Business Ed. Club 4, Women's Glee Club 3, 4. LAWRENCE LEVAN 3230 Kensington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha 2, 4, Sec. 3, Phi Alpha Theta Pres, 4, Sword So- ciety, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Alpha Phi Omega 4, SESA Vice-President Senate 3, Class Council 4, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. Q Q RUTH LANDIS Rahns, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Delta Psi Kappa 2, 3, Vice- President 4, Band 2, 3, 4, WAA Hockey I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. JOSEPHINE LEO Kennett Square, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon I, 2, House Manager 3, President 4, Panhellenic Association 3, 4, SESA I, 2, 3, 4, WAA Bowling 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. AARON LEVIN 2559 N. 28th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Ed. Social Dance Club 3, 4, AVC 2, 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. I 1, 2, 3, 4. Magnet president Jean Magin takes a breather between meet- ings. MORTON LIEBMAN 53l0 W. Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION MAXINE LIPMAN 301 E. County Line Road Ardmore, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Pl Mu 4, Music Ed. Club 2 3, 4, A Cappella Chair 2, 3, GLORIA LOMAZOFF 3820 Cambridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Templayers I, 2, 3, 4, Eng- lish Honorary Society 4, French Honorary Society 4, Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4-. ELLSWORTH LINDENMUTH Chalfont, Pa. PRE-THEOLOGY BEVERLY LOEV 3034 Kensington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION New Horizons I, Templar 4, XYW 3, Vice-President 4, Boosters Committee of Ten 3, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics C 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, Hillel 2, 3, 4, WAA Golf 2, 3 I, 2, 3, Red Crass 4. MICHAEL LOMBARDI 739 Clymer Lane Ridley Park, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 2, Phi Ep- silon Kappa 3, PEMO I, 2, 3, 4. CONCETTA LASPROGATA ZII9 S. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Southern Circle I, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4, E. C. Elemen- tary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, NAA CP, ltalica 4, Newman Club I, 3, 4. SHIRLEY LePAR 2547 W. Silver Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Busi.- Ed. 4, Business Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Day Dodgers 2, 3, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, IZFA 4. MELVIN LEVY 40I Haakon Road Brooklawn, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sec. Ed. Athletic Club I I-IERS GREGORY LINDES 55l4 Broomall Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION DORIS LOHMANN R.D. No. 3 Quakertown, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 3 Lutheran Students Associa Bowling 4, Basketball 3, 4, GLADYS LOWE 3464 Fiankfard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION VINCENT LUDWIG 308 W. Ruscomb Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Student Commission 2, Vet- erans Club 3, 4. BERNARD MARSHALL 2454 N. Patton Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sec. Ed. Executive Board 3, EARL MA'I'l'lSON I9 Taylor Street Washington, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ph' CF JOHN McLAUGHLIN 4754 Lansing Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3. BERNARD MILLER 25 W. Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sec. Editor I, 2, 3, 4, New :rizons 3, SESA I, 2, 3, 4. MARIE MONACO 29l5 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION heto Sigma Upsilon I, 2, C. Elementary Ed. Club I, 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, Newman b I, 2, 3, 4. Epsilon Kappa 3, 4, 2, 3, 4, IM Football I, I, Wrestling 2, JEAN MAGIN I7 Simpson Avenue Pitman, N. J. MUSIC EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon, Treas- urer 2, President 3, 42 Pi Mu 3, 4, Chimes 3, 4, Magnet 3, President 4, Panhellenic Assn. 3 Pres. 4' A Cap ella Choir I , , D 1 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 2, 3, President 4. CHARLES MARTIN, JR. 2108 E. York Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION HENRY MATZ 3039 N. Reese Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION LLQ Alpha Phi Delta prexy Fran delphla water. GLORIA MEREDITH I705 N. 16th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Theta 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MILLER 4207 N. Franklin Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, Presi- dent 4, Business Ed. Quarterly 2, 4, Ed. 3, University Assem- bly 4, Business Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, IRC 2, 3, Veterans' Club 4, Lutheran Students Associ- ation 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND MONTAGUE 3239 N. Hope Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, IM Basketball 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE MAIORIELLO I736 S. l5th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon 2, Alumni Vice-President 3, 4, Club Amis- tad.3, 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, WAA Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 4. ROSEMARYE MASSA 24l4 S. I9th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Mitten Student Board 3, 4, Templayers I, 2, 3, 4, ICG 3, Day Dodgers I, 2, Club Amistad 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, WILLIAM McFADDEN 262 S. Hirst Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION C.. I: Di Guiseppe doesn't mind Philo- ROBERT MICALI 5540 Willows Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION ROBERT MINER 2652 N. Napa Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Omega 4, Math- ematics Society 2, 3, President 4, Hillel 4. BETTY MORGENSTERN I620 Conlyn Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 2, 3, 4, Hillel I, 2, IZFA 3, 4. . ,1 1?- ESTH ER MORRISON Parkerford, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION H YIVAA I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball ::,. THOMAS MURPHY 2807 Lee Boulevard Arlington, Va. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. RITA NACCHIO 1402 Castle Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Mitten Student Board 4, Day Dodgers I, 2, 3, Southern Circle I, 2, 3, 4, IRC 3, 4, Business Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, ltalico 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, New- man Club I, 2, 3, 4. Y LEONA MOSS Cullman, Alabama ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed. Club 4. JOSEPH MYEROV 314 Daly Street Philadelphia, Pa. A MUSIC EDUCATION Music Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2. DIANA NATHANSON 5006 Bingham Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Boosters I , Templayers I , Day Dodgers 2, Temple Town Meeting 4, Sec. Ed. Dramatic Club I, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. CLAIRE MULHOLLAND 125 N. 21st Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 3, 4, WAA I, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, SO ball, Hockey Manager 2, 3, ISADORE MYEROWITZ 717 Snyder Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 2, 3, Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. Executive Board I, Hillel 2, 4. I JOHN NEWTON, JR. 18 S. Giles Street Bridgeton, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION .. erlf' S Aubrey Hoxter, head ot newly formed NAACP, heading for his next class. FOSTER NOWELL, JR. 192 N. Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Havertown AVC Chairman I, Treasurer 2, ICG 2, IM Foot- ball I. ROSLYN ORLOFF 6025 Christian Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION . C. Elementary Ed. I, 2, E 3, 4, Ace 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2. EDWARD PARNES 7710 Thouron Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROBERT O'DONNELL 1310 W. Somerset Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION SESA President 3, 4, TCF I, 2. ALBERTA ORMSBY 5207 N. Sydenham Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Sec. Ed. Executive Board 3, IRC 3, 4, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Students Association 2, 3, 4, WAA Swimming, Horseback Riding 2, 3. EVA PARRIS . 5634 Diamond Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Phi Delta Tau 2 3 4 Busi I I 1 I ' 1 I ness Ed. Club 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. President 4, Chimes 3, 4 ALAN OPPENHEIM 441 E. State Street Media, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Alpha Theta 3, 4. JOSEPH PAPIANO 32 Lake Street Newfield, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION ANGELA PERNA 821 Atwood Road Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Theta Upsilon Treas hellenic Association 3, 4, ness Ed. Club 3, 4. 2 ftJ 4. THEODORE PERRY 2520-G Berks Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappi 4, Sword 3, 4, Senate 4, NSA Pa. I Chairman 4, Vet- I, 2, 3, 4, Business 2, 3, 4, OWL I, 2, 4, IRC 2, 3, 4, A Cappella , 3, 4. ISABELLA PIRRITANO Jackson Street Mildred, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon, Editor 3, 4, University Assembly 3, 4, Club rnistad 4, Secretary 3, Women's Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, IRC 3, Secretary 4, ltalica 3, Treasurer 4, Wiatt Hall Chorus 3, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. JEAN PRATT Hanover Heights Pottstown, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 3, 4, elta Psi Kappa 3, 4, Women's enate 2, Basketball Manager , Tennis Manager 3. C JEAN REID 223 Abbottsford Road Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 2, 4, Historian , Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 4, ecordirig Secretary 3, WAA reasurer 3, Vice-President 4, olf I, 2, 3, 4, Manager I, 2. 4, Captain 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE RIENZI 624 W. Olney Avenue Philadelphia, Pa BUSINESS EDUCATION Southern Circle I, 2, 3, 4, alica 4, Business Ed. Club 2, 3, 4, Day Dodgers 4, ewman Club I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCINE ROBBINS I534 Park Boulevard Camden, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Hillel I, WAA Basketball I, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Manager rsity Swimming 4. BETTE PETERS 70I8 Limekiln Pike Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 3, 4, Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Students Association 4, Modern Dance Group 2, 3, 44. CAROLYN POTSER 202 N. Hellertown Avenue Quakertown, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Tau 2, 3. WILLIAM PRESCOTT, JR. 4025 Cresson Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Swimming Club 3, MARIAN PHILIPS East Berlin, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, 3, House Manager 4, Chimes 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Student Commission Panel 2, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, President 4, Templayers , SCA I, 2, 3, 4. MARCIA POTTS I940 Wallace Street Philadelphia, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Templayers 3, 4, Canter- bury Club I, 2, 3, 4. PAUL PUTNEY 53II N. Front Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION rn cr, iii Elaine Burns, national president of Chimes honorary, finds re- freshment in grille coffee. MILES REPPERT Athol, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Veterans Club 3, 4, Second- ary Education Curriculum Cam- mittee 3, Lutheran Student Association 3, 4, Wesleyans 3. MARTHA RISSLING 2541 S. Warnock Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Ed. Library Com- mittee, Trip Club 4, HAROLD RODGERS 3356 Disston Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION BERNARD RESSNER 315 Cross Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Club Armistad 3, Spanish Society, Secretary 3, I-Iillel 3, 4. FRANK ROAN, JR. 24 N. Ridgeway Avenue Glenolden, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION IM Football I, 2, Basket- ball I, 2, Softball I, 2. MARGARET RODGERS IZZO St. Paul Street Baltimore, Md. NURSING EDUCATION 1 X' RUTH ROESSLE 905 Fanshawe Street Philadelphia, Pa. HOME ECONOMICS Theta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. EVE ROSE 5819 Christian Street Philadelphia, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Pi Mu 3, 4, Mitten Hall Recreation Commission 3, Or- chestra 2, 3, Hillel I, 2, 3. CARL RUDINSKI 238 Marshall Street Phoenixville, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Q CLAUS ROIHLFS R. D, No. 1 West Chester, Pa. PRE-THEOLOGY MARVIN ROSE 6716 Cobbs Creek Parkway Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION New I-Iorizons, Sec. Editor, Sesame I, 2, 3, 4, SESA Mod- erator I, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN RUDOY 4548 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION LOUDEN ROPER, JR. 4837 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 4, PEMO 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soc- cer 4. HARRY ROSENBLATT 1315 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Busi- ness Education Club I, 2, 3, 4, ELLIS RUDNICK 6232 N. 18th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Freshman Player I, Radio Workshop 3, 4. ai-ISRS WAA chief Dot Schumann looking interested in that scooter. RICHARD RUTHERFORD 218 Second Avenue Haddon Heights, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MIMI SABATINI 6119 Loretta Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ALBERT SACHS 1018 Yates Avenue Marcus Hook, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, 3, 4, Theta Upsilon 2, Secretary 3, Diamond Honor Society 3, PEMO 1, 2, 3, 4. 4, University Assembly 4, Day President 4, Orchestra I, 2, Dod ers I 2' E. C. Elementa Secretar 3 4' Diamond Band JAMES SANDILOS 901 Butler Avenue Ambler, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Sec. Ed. Executive Board 4. MORRIS SAVITZ 1436 S. ,Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION , , Y f I Ecl. gCIub 3, 4, Council 1, I, Librarian 2, 3, President 4, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM SASSAMAN 335 W. Berkley Street Philadelphia, Po. BUSINESS EDUCATION Table Tennis Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SCHAEFER 564 Sanger Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Owl Band, Librarian 3, Asst Director 4. LEONARD SAVITZ 2428 S. Orkney Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sec. Ed. Bowling 3. JOYCE SCHELE Creek Road, R. D. No. 1 Beverly, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Upsilon 3, Chaplain 4 Secondary Ed. Trip Club I Activities Fund 2, Chairman 4. DOLORES SCHLANGER 823 Unruh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 45 'GEORGE SCHOENBERG Clarksboro Road Paulsboro, N. .l. MUSIC EDUCATION Accompanist Men's Glee Club Delta Phi Upsilon 2, 35 E. C. I, 2, 35 A Cappella Choir I, Elementary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 45 2, 35 Methodist Club I. Day Dodgers 2, 35 Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. SHEILA SCOTT 5852 Brush Road Philadelphia, Pa. NURSING EDUCATION FRANCES SHAIMAN 3067 N. I0th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Club 3 4' Da 1 I Y Dodgers 25 Sec. Ed, Trip Club 2, 35 Hillel I, 2, 3, 4. LENORA SEIDMAN 1424 N. I6th Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Education Club 3, 4. GLADYS SHAPOS 5542 Warrington Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Phi Delta Tau 2, 3, 45 Day Dodgers I, 25 Hillel I, 2. DOROTHY SCHUMANN 7955 Provident Road Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 2, 3, President 45 Delta Sigma Epsilon I, 2, 3, 45 Chimes 3, 45 Magnet 3, 45 Crown and Shield 2, 3, 45 WAA 2, 3, President 45 Professional Panhellenic Sec. 45 Varsity Sports I, 2, 3, 4. MARY SEWELL 25 N. 50th Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Delta Sigma Theta 3, 45 Day Dodgers 3. SHIRLEY SHECHTMAN 6146 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Pi Mu 3, President 4. Cflln-C'-L BERNICE SHIELDS 5805 W. Thompson Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Kappa Alpha 3, 45 116 AI Sachs, EDMUND SHOLLENBERGER 63 Penn Street Montgomery, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Sigma Pi 45 Kappa Phi Kappa Women's Glee Club 3, 45 Day 45 'Mathematics Society 3, 45 Dodgers 3, 45 TCF 3, 45 Wes- ' Club 3, 4. MARY SHUSTER Cairnbrook, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION to Sigma Epsilon 3, Sgt.- ms 45 Phi Delta Pi 3, 45 ian Club I, 2, 3, 45 IM ftball, Tennis I, 2, 3, 45 Skating Manager 3. 42 Markham Road Princeton N J CONDARY EDUCATION ta Kappa Phi 2 3 4 Phi Kappa 2 3 4 Theta .hop 3, 4. University Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, University Band I5 SCA I. - STANLEY SHUSTER I638 W. Venango Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION 4844 E Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia Pa SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta Treasurer HENRY SIEGLE HARRY SINGER 1 ' , , 5 ' Phi 3, 45 English Honor- 3, Vice-President 45 University :Jciety 45 University As- Assembly, Vice Chairman 3, 45 f35 Sec. Ed. Exec. Board Sec. Ed. Executive Board 45 A nployers I, Z, 3, 45 Radio Cappella Choir 25 Hillel 2, 3, 4. Diamond Honor Society head. SAMUEL SHULL 968 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta Treasurer 45 Thomas Jefferson Club 45 llillel I 2 3 4 1 1 1 ' ELSIE SIEBERT 7237 N. 20th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 45 E. C. Elementary Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 45 ACE 45 Lutheran Student As- sociation I, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD SKLADANY 70 End Street Plymouth, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Payio 2, 3, 4. WARD SMITH 1534 Euclid Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION SEYMOUR SOLOP 3411 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 2, Sec- ondary Ed. Curriculum Cam- mittee 2, Kappa Phi Kappa 4. JUNE SPAHR 5926 Kemble Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Phi Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, Crown and Shield 2, 3, 4, Chimes 3, 4, Magnet 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Students Association 4, IM Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: 1 1 Bill Winneberger, president of PE of that White Christmas. MILDRED SPERLING 3514 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tennis Team 3. WILLIAM STINGER 4139 N. Reese Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 4. RUDOLPH TAFEL 8008 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION HARRY SNYDER 822 E. Locust Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Busi- ness Ed. Club 3, 4. JEAN SONNE Church Street Moscow, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Phi Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, Crown and Shield 3, 4, WAA Modern Dance Group Manager 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SPANGLER 30 N. Albemarle Street York, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Psi Chi 3, 4, Sociology Club 3, 4, Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4. ai-IIRS MO, undoubtedly is dreaming ISADORE STEIN 138 Roseberry Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION ELISABETH STOKES Southampton, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 3, 4, Or- chestra I, 2, Elementary Ed. Club 2, 3, 4, Boosters 4. ALICE TAHL 317 Green Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Day Dodgers 2, 3, Elemen- JANICE SNYDER 326 Harrison Avenue Glenside, Pa. MUSIC EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Music Ed. Club I, 2, 3, Lutheran Students Assoc. I, 2, 3. ANNA SONSINI 2205 S. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION WILLIAM SPARKS Girard College Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 PEMO 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3 MARTIN STERN 5252 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION RICHARD STRICKLER 7940 Cedarbrook Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4. JAMES TALARICO, JR. 2907 Fairmount Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. BUSINESS EDUCATION Veterans Club I, Busi tory Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hillel Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 4- 1,-4. HARRISON THOMPSON 99 Main Street Vincentawn, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Alpha Phi Omega 45 TCF 2, 3, 45 Methodist Club 25 Wesleyans 4. MORRIS TOLL 329 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Classics Club Treasurer 35 Record Club 3. NANCY VOGEL 4535 N. IIth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Elementary Education De- lub I, 2, 3, Presi- 45 Teachers College Sen- 4, NAAcP 4, NSA 4, Red 4' Hillel 3, 4, Secretary Cabinet I. grin GLORIA WALKER 6723 Horrocks Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION English Honorary Society 3, I. AARON WEINBERG 428 W. Susquehanna Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha 2, 3, 45 Secondary ducation Executive Board 3, 4 LOWRY WELCH I532 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Theta Alpha Phi 3, 45 Eng- ish Honorary Society 3, 45 emplayers I, 2, 3, 4. ELLSWORTH THORNE 735 Valley Road Melrose Park, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION French I-lanorar Socie 45 Y TY ltalica 45 Templayers 3, 4, Club Amistad. WILLIAM TREXLER 5245 Clarkson Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Busi- ness Ed. Club 2, 3, 45 Wrest- ling Manager 4. THEODORE VOGEL 20I5 E. Ripley Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION its Crown and Shield chief JL about. HARRIET WALLSHEIN 3600 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION WAA Basketball I5 Swim- ming I. SYDNEY WEISS . 2005 S. Fifth Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa I, 2, 3, 4Z Business Education Club I, 2, 3, 45 IM Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. IRENEIMAY WHITE Schwenksville, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 45 Delta Psi Kappa 2, Sgt.-at- arms 3, Corres. Sec. 45 WAA I, 3 4 Varsi Basketball I 2, , J tv , 2, 3,45 Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Hockey I, 2, 3, Cap tain 4. DORIS TODD 927 Columbia Avenue Palmyra, N. J. MUSIC EDUCATION Delta Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Music Ed. Club I, 2, 3, 45 Wa- men's Senate 3, 45 Candlelight Chorus 35 Baptist Club 35 WAA Bowling, Basketball 3, LARRY VILLALOBOS I22 E. Ormond Avenue Oaklyn, N. J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 2. EDWARD WALDMAN 2561 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. BUSINESS EDUCATION Kappa Phi Kappa 3, Sec. 4 Business Education Club 2, 3, 45 Freshman Players I. ine Spahr finds something to wave PAUL WARD . 3I'55 Weymouth Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 2. STANLEY WEISSMAN 325 E. I2th Avenue Conshohocken, Pa. GENERAL CURRICULUM THOMAS WHITELEY 6I8 Fanshowe Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION GEORGE WILDMAN 607 Court C Terrace 2 Bristol, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta 4. JO-HN WILLARD 2038 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION WILLIAM WINNEBERGER 5114 N. Sydenham Street Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, 3, 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Sword Society 4, PEMO 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, Varsity Gym 2, 3, 4. Q Q DORIS WILFOND 4802 Ventnor Avenue Ventnor, N, J, BUSINESS EDUCATION Phi Sigma Sigma 2, Bursar 3, 4, University Assembly 3, 4, ICG 2, 3, 4: Debate Council 2, 4, Sec. 3, NSA 4, Busi- ness Education Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4. WINIFRED WILLIAMS Valley Forge Road Narristown R. D. No. 2 Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Phi Gamma Nu 2, 3, Treas- urer 4, Chimes 3, 4, Business Education Club I, 2, Record- ing Secretary 3, 4, Day Dod- gers 2, 3, SCA 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH WITKIN 5101 Stiles Street Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 2, 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. Phys Ed Department head Bud I-larvey looking for team pros- pects. FRANK WOLFSON 1913 Park Boulevard Camden, N. J. SECONDARY EDUCATION Secondary Education Execu- tive Board 3. DOUGLAS YOUNG 7986 Oxford Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Var- NORMA WRIGHT 206 W. Olney Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION Mathematics Society 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Day Dodgers 2, Reformed Club 3, 4, TCF 2, 3. EVERETT YOUNG 2122 C Midday Road Northeast Village Philadelphia, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION LEWIS WILKINSON 127 E. Fourth Street Chester, Po. SECONDARY EDUCATION A. VIRGINIA WILSON Harrison and State Road Emmaus, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Psi Kappa 2, Chaplain 3, President 4, Prof. Panhel- lenic Association Vice-Presi- dent 4, Templar 4, Band Maiorette 2, 3, 4, WAA I, 2, 34, 4, Varsity Swimming 2, 3, PHYLLIS WITKIN 342 S. 16th Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION E. C. Elementary Ed, Club I, 2, 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, Hillel I, 4. I-like ANNE YEAKEL 917 Market Street Perkasie, Pa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Pi 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4, Delta Sigma Ep- silon 2, 4, Chaplain 3, WAA 2, 3, 4, Physical Education De- partment Club I, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Hockey I, Softball Assis- tant Manager 3, Basketball 2. DAVID YUSEM 5352 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. SECONDARY EDUCATION SESA Executive Board 3, 4, Veterans Club 2, 3, President sity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, Phi Epsilon Kappa 4, PEMO 4. 2, 3, 4. HERBERT ZABLOTSKY 2430 N. Hollywood Street Philadelphia, Pa. 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"'r 1., 'L-. -"- A .C , ,, H ,.-fax, 't .ml XM ll-JJ il l 141 f tkkxfw. ff. ffvgjrgxlixx ff? f"'h-'QE XTHAJ l-'ill 1 4, C ,f Fw 1 f Qt ig if' tiff 1 If tt -1 l .f 1 it .. il 1. 'ii X 1-1 J, 1 .. . I X f 1 il M 1 N , 1 in wi.: Y. ,Ig-L e:,.Y.X Ly jf ,ln If W. sg fe. sun X - w...s.,t xhgg, A , ,J CHARLES MONTGOMERY JOSEPH PINKSTON DAVID SEYMOUR Landenberg, Pa. 904 Pine Street Cranbury N. J. Kappo Phi Kappo 4, Conwel- Camden' N' J' Conwellian lg Student Coun lion 3, 45 Council Rep. 35 Meth- Conwellion 1, 2, 3. cil 1, 2. dist Club 4. FRANCIS SWEETEN JOHN WALLACE Clarksboro, N. J. R. D. No. 1 Student Council, Sec. 2. Sewell' N' J' Convvellian, Bus. Mgr. 4. sa. Vi Er. as w .v E A.1,,4.:-:. Ugg-rx . i -E 3? :SQ w :mga W -5 ji --I.. ma. Al... ipfw' Y TW,-V I .-' - lil-.z,"'gli.i f. -4: 1:12 ' - -Lg:-' .. Qi..-w..'L , 5, 1: .' -U Q 3--.Va .-Ii-"r Eff. A zQgi'u-'L Q J 1gf'?QLQ..-- 1 -' Q ' " 5 A .- WWW 5,1 A is I 53 Q.. N... .. g....m.. S ...... .. .W .. X H.. 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A 4 S-N .Fw X ,' iii 'QL was Lf' v J lvfg-5,2 v,-. rrkl ,7- 5 X A .552 Q. J E35 E23 um E M . aim? '? - Sf .gg 1 ', was ' ---fflllii--3--.-wy ' 5.1. ' .5-N 5. .gl gg?PV,,.A T.. M 1 jk ,ff Q12 H ,'fI , 65, 3: -f- A ,f g i 3 1 1 ,xi Nj,-,f V 2' - f ,ya u Y E :rj - :, , f' .SK ' Lf. ,S-a,,. x " N , ' fx -- -, 1 4 ,-Lfrli' ,- ,gt k df. t 2" ue . taWql'.ff'!gif sf , 11 a Q Q ,,7jlggi':LE!v'1fz:i.f!r,AL--:,!4,:.:.1-1:gLv"' if E J:-15 A, . ' X 1! If L, - fr N, :N I V , V W Eg A kj Qiishr' 5,1 'Y "1 51 x 1.1! f' -- ,.f E5 Q EW 'nf' fm. msgs. RICHARD ' BAGWELL 2013 Fitzwater Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL DONALD Born-:WELL 2823 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. FORREST BEAN 2422 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. MORTICIAN HENRY BUZZA 731 E. Pine Street Mahanoy City, Pa. LESTER BERRY R.D. No, 3 Media, Pa. HVGAC DAVID COLES 41' Linden Farne Westmont, N. J. TECHNICAL HV 5 AC HV fr AC ,, 4, L: ,. gi 'iQIj, wifi , I ii .ik -Y' EH a'. I ' if-I4 ,521 I, aj' .i fri 'III A55 Iii, 'W 5?- L , -I .fir I? L, President of Dramatic Club Jim Connell, checks on next meet- ing, with girl at the switchboard. JOHN CUNKO CARMEN DIODATI JOSEPH DUNSFORD 368 S. Second Street Steelton, Pa. MORTICIAN JOSEPH D'URSO R. D. No. 2 Greenville, Pa. TECHNICAL 2363 Margaret Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL CHARLES GEIGER 1508 Bern Street Reading, Pa. TECHNICAL Agusta, Kan. MORTICIAN J. SEYMOUR GOLDFARB 811 W. Lindley Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. HV 6 AC HERMAN GOODMAN, JR. 208 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa. HVGAC HAROLD F. HORNE 2039 E. Huntington Street Philadelphia, Pa. WILLIAM HOFMANN 5407 N. 'l2th Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL WALTON HUTCHINGSON 2602 Boulevard Wilmington, Del. LEWIS HOOVER 315 56th Street Altoona, Pa. MORTICIAN PAUL LABREC I53 Walnut Street Putman, Conn. MORTICIAN HV Gr AC MORTICIAN v L X. ll if K 11 in wot w V 45 wir L Robert Walls, H.V.A.C. senior, looks through New York Times during free time in the lounge. ROCCO MAMMARELLA 6946 Ogontz Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL JORGE NOA 520 Stranbridge Street Norristnwn, Pu. HVGAC LEWIS MCNATT I4 Rist Street Uniontown, Pa. MORTICIAN JOSEPH NOVIK 4I3Z Leicly Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL JOSEPH MELSHEIMER 620 S. 42nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL ROBERT PRICE 7427 Sprague Street Philadelphia, Pa. MORTICIAN DANIEL RAY 150 Hazelhurst Avenue Trenton, N. J. TECHNICAL HENRY SIMPKINS 42 George Street Mt. Ephraim, N. J. GEORGE SCOTT 2746 S. Darien Street Philadelphia, Pa TECHNICAL ALFONSO TAGLIANETTI, JR. 2823 N. 23rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOSEPH SHRAGER 1627 Sellers Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL TONY TODORA 50 South Street Nazareth, Pa. TECHNICAL TECHNICAL TECHNICAL Herman Goodman, I-l.V.A.C. senior, looking around The lounqe before going to class. A 'fig ffl' N ICI Wa.. Ky A Ni Ayr ii ii ag, it JAMES TORAN 710 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. HV 6' AC ROBERT WALLS Lincoln University, Pa. LARNIE TUCKER 941 N. 43rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL WILLIE WILLS 2454 W. Firth Street Philadelphia, Pa. SOLOMON TUCKER 726 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. TECHNICAL WARREN WINKLER 113 Los Angeles Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. HV E7 AC TECHNICAL TECHNICAL JOHN ZENUK WILLIAM ZUG 813 N. Pennock Street 22 N. Main Street Philadelphia, Pa. Manheim, Pa. HV G AC MORTICIAN ' 1 Sch vol of Chirvpvdy To Dr. Charle . Krausz, Dean of our school, whose leader- ship, guida and untiring eiforts have won the admiration of every membr-IQhe profession, and whose splendid record of loyal service to the University and to Chiropody speaks for itself-this section is gratefully dedicated by the Chiropody seniors. Wlien the staif was confronted with the selection of its dedica- tion candidate there was no question as to our ultimate choice. This year marks Dr. Krausz's twenty-fifth anniversary both as a chiropo- dist and a Temple faculty member. To a Chiropody student the mere mention of his name connotes a skilled skipper Who safely steers his ship through rough and un- charted Waters. VVe, the Senior class, will leave Temple with the hope that another twenty-five years finds Dr. Krausz at the helm. One Hmzdred Fifly-vzine DORIS ALLEN Seaford, Del. Delta Sigma Chi 4. CHARLES GINSBERG 4936 Bingham Street Philadelphia, Pa. JUDITH S. BATES 668 N. lZth Street Reading, Pa. Delta Sigma Chi 3, Treas. 2, Pres. 45 Tempodian 25 Chirop- ody News Rep. 3, 45 Templar Chiropody Ed. 45 Student Coun- cil Rep. l, 2g Boosters 45 A Cappella Choir I5 Baseball I. WILLIAM GOTTLIEB 703 Wingohocking Street Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Alpha Pi V.-Pres. 4 Ster- ling Anatomical Society 4. iii' f I " in . l '- 4:'4gl:D' 'V , ll- 'l ll' George Miller feeds the inner man. CATHERINE HAND 344 W. Douglas Street Reading, Pa. Delta Sigma Chi 4, Tempo- dian 2 . JOSEPH KINNEEN South Bedford Road Burlington, Mass. Pi Epsilon Delta 3, 4. SIMON HORWITZ 928 Madison Street Chester, Pa. Phi Alpha Pi 4, Class Treas. I, 2. IRVIN KIRSCHNER 3929 Pennsgrove Street Philadelphia, Pa. ALEXANDER EISNER 3303 Parkview Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. Phi Alpha Pi 1, 2. HAROLD GREEN 83 Taylor Avenue South Norwalk, Conn. Class Pres. I. ll- i Pt-2Tll.u-V 'W SAMUEL KATZ Hunter, Greene County, N SEYMOUR LEOPOLD IO38 Venetian WaY Miami, Fla. Phi Al ha Pi I 2 3, 4, Class Student Council 3. Sec- I3 1 1 Pres. lg Treas. 3, 4. MARTIN LEWIS 7295 Guilford Road Upper Darby, Pa. ' LEON LIPKIN 29 S. Massachusetts Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. Phi Alpha Pi 4, Student Council, V.-Pres. 3, 4. GEORGE MILLER 37 Hillside Avenue Souderton, Pa. Pi Epsilon Delta 4, Sword So- ciety 45 Sterling Anatomical Society 43 Class Pres. 3, 45 Stu- dent Council, Pres. 45 Senate 3, 45 NSA 3, 4. EDWIN MICKIEWICZ Lakewood Road Toms River, N. J. Pi Epsilon Delta 45 Sword So- ciety 4, Class V.-Pres. l, 25 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club I, 2, 3, 43 IF Council 3, 45 Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. LEON LUBECK 2823 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Alpha Pi 4. EDWARD ROVNER 134 W. Mt. Pleasant Street Philadelphia, Pa. Judy Bates checks Templar material. , N., tw ,-. ,ith -V.- Q Hlvli .f 1 A :JIM ,-1' l, t -I Checking mail box to see whot's new. BERNARD SIMMONS FREEMAN TERRELL 732 Central Avenue I50l Montana Street Ocean City, N. J. San Antonio, Texas Pi Epsilon Delta 4, Newman b 4. WILLIAM VOLIN 35 George Street Pittsfield, Mass. Pi Epsilon Delta 4, Sword So- city 4, Class Pres. l, 2, Student Ccimgil l, 2, Men's Glee Club QNN1 amen hompsofi' . Cohen' ACK R W.. 591 XN..T RQW. latin Rickie R265 WWW Fobyeek FTUHXS' FXCG Schgfe v yfghl, Teflon ' dev, Carroll ,hifi Cinsbuiii Ognef , Sm Keixev- 5S25xev.Tljf' vildfnon' Nici' S01 Qef. Hull, me 'mdsiffi Lesowsffiasims' xciicwe' elm 'Los 'ameri' chem' Moms' Bgneol L6 PLOSQQN wow' so ,Ill IOR CLASS The School of Chiropody's clinic is treating more foot ailments these days because of the foresight of the school's Junior Class. Early last summer a Student Planning Committee contacted directors of orphanages, homes for the aged, and boys' clubs and persuaded them to bring their ailing charges to the clinic for treatment. Preliminary examinations are now made either at the school or the organization centers and treatment given at the clinic, which is ably directed by Dr. John T. Sharp. Postcards mailed by the busy juniors remind patients who have not reported forltreatment in four months, to do so. OFFICERS President ..............,.,..............,.... B SYXUXUNGU A SECONDHEOVWXST Rxgolh XNxll4SWleA 0 Dxlmo Uiebelmon' en amin Feldman Vice-President ...,.. ...... K ermit Leibensperger Secretary ...........,......... ............... D aniel Carroll Treasurer ..i.............,...,. ..,,.,., G abriel Kitchner Student Council Rep ....... ..,,... D onald Zichichi . iq I W 6577 Ar . V . ' W "1'77"7'f'v" X A "Z'31!Q?i9'f F x One I-Izmdrcd Sixty-tzc'o ' -. . v Vt! BACK ROW .' J b Campbell H dn GCC S N orTol7, Kfepfer SEVE 'WH ROW T CQ , Kr Worr, ,gurl 1n,g3?0SchOC1.erl 'Wood Firfifond sm ' RUSS 'i Lan - ' H , M G dig SE IRD R COND OW-' A ROW- Wfwfne - L V 59 G evrh, Bc1rksLile?4V1eFi5l-,er C ' l7de,S'h Owfey . F ' Wgfson Omer OURTH ROW ' Me'CUr 1, F- mfs Gollmon inoregoc Fl 1 Xfon. Eder YO I nkf-Wig ' MOOFQ f Sokowskl. S h O n , C egfmon RONT ROW' RE CLASS OFFICERS Freshman days with their introduction to college President ..,.......,..............,..................,. James Moore activities are behind. The 46 members of the Sophomore Vice-President .....,..,....,... ....,....... A1 lan Whitney class returned from vacation even more determined t0 Secretary ............,......, ..,... L ubow Yonkovig become chiropodists, ready to tackle another year of hard Treasurer ..,..........,......... ....,...... G loria Sakowski work. Student Council REP -'----1 ----"4- R 0bR0.Y MCGTCQOY Several programs of study aid have been instituted. In this manner students can participate in extra classes in anatomy, histology, and chemistry. The Clinical Expan- sion Program has afforded an opportunity to work with seniors and juniors in the Children's Clinic. Thus the sec- ond year has been one filled with 21 Wide awakening to the ' n of chiropody and a well-founded preparation ,C B ' M. WW' Nw .W n UT, 5-J., Xi I x One I-.fund professio for c ' ' t aiming. hmcal 1 red Sixty-tlzrce C Nccxto 305 wx. Wil' -xt, 0 K omg Hofvxgfxgif' 2112- SNOW 0 ' rn ' HQUEWI, ann Be -YxnOf0G5: R Fried' W Woiocooii Adda- XQQSXOS ' . Qvovoi . Marino' OW- LPST R . xNeXS5mOn Hocksyexh. land' exm 1 XNESUQOTQ . XN. D 'Y I Ffehl' RONN xLreY7Q' Qxlrpglfe Fffiito. Mcccbe H . 'Gilbe' ' LOUS 0 ' U FOURT UDDI Wen Hodgman. ggRIZf2Uil3Q3lleSNh'x'Ke, W0 FAQDS' MOQQCOI ' XQQYX9, Son, mom e john Gxcmncn ' , ,THWND NNhiteS9ll' WCB' Doebler ' MAN Cl eshman Class of the School of Chiro unique--not in physical appearance b ' required to take an aptitud Depressed t pody, is , ut 111 the f e test for shortl he unfa . act it wa entrance t y after arr' ' miliarity of soon W s o the school. wing for classes b their surroundin ere boosted to bu Krausz at th ' h ecause of gs, the new freshmen oyancy by the greeting of Dean eir first convocation. This Welcome and a andhook supplying information about the school helped the class achieve a feeling of Ubelongingnessf' Now, eight months later, the frightened, depressed Freshmen are poised, assured Sophomores. One OFFICERS President ........,..............,.................... John Lonsdale Vice-President ..............,..... ..,.............. J ames Rice Secretary-Treasurer ........ ......,........ An thony Aceto Student Council Rep .......,.,....... Gary Westmoreland L41 'V Hamdred S ' wty-four lain . X ill' if l 'rrbexawiif x , ' Q 1 N N , Sala vol of Pharm dflf nrmc no , N N -M - HARRY A. MAN-VZ . . will always remain closest to our hearts for his inspiring devotion to us as undergraduates and his untiring efforts in behalf of the school. His untimely death, December 25, 194-7, left us with- out the much valued advice and cheerfulness that his good humor and counsel freely bestowed upon us. He will long he remembered for his Work and eifort in obtaining our new home. Achievement and perseverance were the goals he sought, and these he accomplished. As a pharmaceutical educator he had few peers. His training was in both pharmacy and educa- tion. His interests in us were not exclusively professional, but were those any good companion would share and be enthusiastic about. One H un-dred S ixty-eight P0 DR With Mr. John Lynch it's never "goodbye," or "so long,', or even "see you later." No, it's "hurry back." This is as typical of Mr. Lynch as his l cheery smile and ready wit. This friendly manner, evidenced in everything he does, has made him well known and liked by the entire student body. V' We Seniors are deeply indebted to Mr. Lynch for his personal interest l in each student's progress throughout our college days. We cannot com- pletely express in words our appreciation of his efforts in our behalf, as well as his friendship during our school life. All the energy of our genial advisor is spent in giving the best opportunities of pharmaceutical education to the students of our school. 1 His interest lies not only with our Welfare, but in the future of Phar- , macy in general. This is evidenced by the fact that he is vice-president of the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists and has recently been elected to the board of directors of tl1e Philadelphia Wholesale Drug Com- N l pany. His overall broad outlook certainly qualifies Mr. Lynch to serve as advisor to future pharmacists. We feel that he has done an excellent job ' in this capacity, and more than deserves all the thanks and appreciation which we can possibly afford him. L One Hundred Sixty-nine RALPH AARONSON 430 S, 62nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 4, American Galen 2, 3, 4, American Pharmaceutical Association 4, Hillel i, 2, 3, 4. PETER AMADIO,'. JR. 1500 Dickinson Street Philadelphia, Pa. HERBERT ABRAMS 3211 W. Clifford Street Philadelphia, Pa. WILLIAM ALSDORF 222 Jefferson Street Reading, Pa. American Phamwaceutical As- Pharmaceutical Association 3, sociation 4. 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4, IM Basketball 1, 2, 3. MARVIN ASNIS 1401 N. 52nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. ISADORE AQUA . 1123 Ritner Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Amer- American Pharmaceutical As- American Pharmaceutical As- ican Pharmaceutical Assn. 1. sociation 3, 4. sociation 3, 4. H ', kr. -'Thi be H ft. ' T it ll ii .ff cciift -.WA .riff gt1f.fl'g"1, 5.-fail, Ai ir" so to rw of Nu dmv! ie tate r' so DAVID BABINS 4623 N. 10th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 4, American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation 3, 4j Hillel 4. LEONARD BRAHEN 4727 N. Warnock Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 45 American Pharmaceutical Association 2, , 45 Hillel 3, 4. Stanley Zafran, our smiling prexy, telling the class oft. ANTHONY BADRAK VINCENT BIANCA, JR. 160 Poplar Street 1309 Jackson Street Philadelphia, Pa. Scranton, Pa. American Pharmaceutical As- Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 45 Ameri- sociation 3, 4. can Pharmaceutical Association 3, 4. LOUIS BRICKMAN KENNETH BROWN 212 Reed S1-reef 326 W. Miner Street Philadelphia, Pa. West Chester, P0- Amerigqn Phqrmgqeuficgl Ag- American Pharmaceutical As- sociation 4. S0Cl0ll0f1 3, 4- PHILIP CARROLL 1923 N. 8th Street Philadelphia, Pa. American Phamwaceutical As- sociation 3, 4. DORIS COOVER R.D. No. 4 York, Pa. Lambda Kappa Sigma 4, Rho Xi 1, 2, Sec. 3: American Shgrnlaceutical Association 1, Q Franklyn Weiss, our Templar edito VIRGINIA CRUMP Newport, Del. Lambda Kappa Sigma, Pres. American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation 3, 4, SCA 1. . JACK DELBAUGH 33 N. 7th Street ' Shamokin, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH COLUCCI 2016 S. Colorado Street Philadelphia, Pa. EDWARD CORCORAN 135 E. Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. LESTER CONSTANTINE 2413 S. Lawrence Street Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical As- sociation 3, 4. NORMAN CRONFELD 304 E. Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical Asso- Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 45 Golan ciation 4. l, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 45 American Pharmac tical Association 3, 4. l r, calling in a hot item. NATHAN CUTLER 2821 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Student Council Treas. 25 American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation 3, 4. RICHARD DERSHEM Box No. 31 Lewisburg, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS DE GAETANO 1648 S. Etting Street Philadelphia, Pa. JOSEPH DZWONCZYK 416 N. Willow Street Olyphant, Pa. d Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 45 Stu Council, Treas. 15 Ameri Phamwaceutical Association 4. BERNARD ELKIN 1244 Greeby Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 4, American Pharmaceutical Association 2, 3, 45 Hillel 3, 4. STEPHEN FEDEC Phoenixville, Po. Kappa Psi l, 2, 4, Sec. 35 Student Rep. Vice-Pres. 3, American Pharmaceutical Asso- BERNARD EMERICK 39 S. Meade Street Wilkes-Barre Pa. ELMER FISCHER H00 Easton Road Willow Grove, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 45 American Pharmaceutical Association 3, CLARENCE EVERETT 209 Front Street Danville, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 45 American Pharmaceutical Association 4. DAVID FLAYMAN 5172 Whitaker Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, -Treas. 3, 4, IF Council 3, 45 American Phar- ,ii ciation 3, 4. 4. maceutical Association 2, 3, 4: Hillel 4. 353531 fr .i 4 in is RPF .Sl-' ,f, ' 'l .ill if "Sl Qi he ir 'li fmmlf, - .EH to if sz -cm! it -if lt 1 The "brain," Leslie Schwartz, checking his "log book." RALPH FOX NORMAN FRANKE ANTHONY GALLO 313 Diamond Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 4, American harmaceutical Association 3, ig Hillel 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH GARTLAND 203 Walnut Hill Lane Manoa, Pa. Psi 2, 3, 45 Class V.- 3, American Phar- 5Zl0 N. Marshall Street Philadelphia, Pa. MARTIN GELBER 4039 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 4, American Pharma- ceutical Association 4. 2040 S. 'l8th Street Philadelphia, Pa. IM Sports 4. ERWIN GEVER 6036 Agusta Street Philadelphia, Pa American Pharmaceutical As- sociation 3, 4. THEODORE GEVER 526 W. Duncannon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 45 American Pharmaceutical Association 3, 45 Hillel 4. BOBBIE HARTMAN 425 Brodhead Avenue SOLOMON GIBBS MELVIN GOODFRIEND 6626. N. 16th Street 221 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue PllllUdelPhl0, PCI- Philadelphia, Pa. AlDl1O Zeta Omega 2, 3, American PharmaceuticalAs- Tre-as. 45 Hillel 3, 4. sociation 3, 4. FRANCIS HUGHES I7 Abbott Street RALPH JOHNSON l2l5 McCaffery Place E. Stroudsburg, Pa. Plains, Pa. Chegferl pa, Rho Xi I, 25 Templar 45 Kappa Psi 2, 3, 45 Newman Curtis Hall Council, Treas. 3, Club 2, 3. Pres. 45 University Assembly 35 Woman's Senate 45 American Pharmaceutical Association I, 2, 35 V.-Pres. 45 Diamond Band I, 2, 3, 45 Owl Band 3. 45 Or- chestra I, 2, 3, Council 4, OWL 3, 45 SCA Cabinet 3, 4. nf-'f I.. .I '- A- .Imac -I f- cc ls ,fffsw-I. if 4. .fffitnp President of A.Z.O., Irvin Silverstein, ki I la ta." SIDNEY KAPLAN IZZ7 S. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. ROBERT KLOVSKY 5463 Euclid Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. testing "aqua Schuyl- MARTIN KLEIN 740 McKean Street Philadelphia, Pa. HERBERT KRAVITZ 'l9'Il Georgian Road Philadelphia, Pa. SAMUEL KLEINBURD 622 W. Huntingdon Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 3, 45 American Phar maceutical Association 3, Hillel 3, 4. BIAGGIA LOCASCIO 949 S. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. 4- ph' Al h I, G I 2, 4, Treas. 31 Ameri- t 2 G3,lenV?fP?Q5,' 3- l Arrljerllcan can GPhgrmaceutical Association Rho Xi I, 2, 35 American Pha Pharmaceutical Association 3, 3, 41 Hillel 21 3' 4- moceullml Assoclohon 2' 3' 45 Hillel 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Basketball Team Mgr. 4. Lambda Kappa Sigma r JOHN MAHONEY 916 E. Schiller Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4. ALFRED MATTERA 540 Fern Street Yeadon, Pa. Pharmaceutical Asso- 3, 45 Newman Club 3. EUGENIA MARKUNAS 1037 W. York Street Philadelphia, Pa. Lambda Kappa Sigma 4, Rho Xi 1, 2, 3, American Phar- maceutical Association 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 2 GERALD MAYAN 60 Cherry Street Danville, Pa. Psi l, 2, Treas. 3, 4, Kappa Psi 2, Historian 3, Pres. 4, Newman Club 2, 3. JACK MARTIN 545 Bennett Street Luzerne, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4. AGNES McKLINDON 118 E. Ludlow Street Summit Hill, Pa. GUY MCLAUGHLIN, JR. 5201 Akron Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 45 Ameri- an Pharmaceutical Association .-Pres. 4, THOMAS MINNICI-I I3 Bridge Street Stroudsburg, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 45 V.-Re- ent 3, Student Council Pres. 4, merican Pharmaceutical Asso- iation 3, 4. Ginnie Crump, president of Lambda Kappa Sigma, checkina up on her lambs. VINCENT MECCA 506 Laurel Street Dunmore, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MOORE, JR. 1409 N. Lombardy Street Richmond, Va. Alpha Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4- American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation 3, 4. FRED MEISEL 513 Ninth Avenue Prospect Park, Pa. Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 45 Ameri- can Pharmaceutical Association 3, 4, IM Basketball 3, 4. PAUL MORELOCK 908 S. 19th Street Harrisburg, Pa. KUDDa Psi 2, 3, 4, American Pharmaceutical Association 3, 4. JOY MORRIS 400 First Avenue Parkesburg, Pa. Lambda Kappa Sigma Ed. 4, Rho Xi 2, 3, American Phanna- ceutical Association 3, 4. ANTHONY PAGNOTTI 164 Stewart Street Old Forge, Pa. SIDNEY OCKS 4800 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 4, American Pharma- cleutical Association 3, 4, Hillel ALFRED PAPOLA 5742 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Phi Delta 4, American Pharmaceutical Association 4. JACOB OSTROW 2900 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Alpha l, 2, 3, 4, IF Council, Treas. l, American Pharmaceutical Association 3, 4, Hillel 4. GEORGE PEDINOFF 3977 Bledsoe Avenue Culver City, Calif. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 4, Galen 2, 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. 1 A J":"F7'fl 1'-Q J? C, ,r iii' L Jerry Mayan, president of Kappa Psi, "let's see, would I turn right or left?" ALBERT' PERKINS 2638 S. Beulah Street Philadelphia, Pa. ELGIE PIENING 6935 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 4, Lambda Kappa Sigma V.- Student Council l, Hillel 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Student Council IM Basketball l, 4. 3, 4, Sec. 2, Class Sec. l. DENNIS PRYCE 5l2Z C Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi l, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD RAPPOPORT 5423 Morse Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, Pres. 3, V.-Pres. 4, Student Council, V.-Pres. l Treas, 3, American Pharmaceu: tical Association 3, 4, Hillel 4, IM Basketball 4. JOSEPH PRESTO I9 Homestead Avenue Naugatuck, Conn. Kappa Psi 4, American Ph maceutical Association 4 DANIEL RESNICK 2839 N. 22nd Street Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical sociation 4. BERNARD RUBENSTEIN 2649 Federal Street ' Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical As- iation 3, 4. CHARLES SCHISLER 4535 N. I5th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA RUSBY Tranquility, N. J. Lambda Kappa Sigma, Co- Ecl. 4, Rho Xi I, 2, 3, Alpha Sigma Alpha I, 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4-5 NIA Delegate 45 American Pharmaceutical Association 3, Sec, 4. SEAMON SCHLESINGER 4636 N. I0th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 4, Galen I, 2, American Pharma- ceutical Association 3, 45 Hillel 3, 4, GLORIA SCHIPSI 223 N. California Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ 3802 N. I9th Street Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical As ciotion 3, 4. .nge N...-..,-. I.-fe "-1, uf. mf' ,h.f,jf-f It -grief, tr- Iv- pq-, I 1 If fi-iv irgu. ' xt '- ffl-5.5 12, tp f nr: wil. I, 5 tis W- zz? gill- I , I ii: ,J 49,1-I - c I ui, LESLIE SCHWARTZ 88 Chestnut Street Salem, N. J. Alpha Zeta Omega 3, 4, nerican Pharmaceutical Asso- Jtion I, 3, 4, Hillel I 3, 4 ALVIN SILVERMAN 5829 Florence Avenue , Philadelphia, Pa. alen 2, 45 American Phar- ceutical Association 2, 3, 41 The president of Student Council, Tom Minnich, shows oft his little black bag, IRA SHAW ZIS W. Fifth Avenue Clearfield, Pa. Kappa Psi I, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Student Council, Pres. I. IRVIN SILVERSTEIN 4946 N. Eighth Street Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4, American Pharma- ceutical Association 3, 4, I-Iillel . 3, 4. LOUIS SHUMAN 600 Bingaman Street Reading, Pa. HARRY SIMON 4741 N. 8th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, 4. MEYER SLOTI' 512 S, 59th Street Philadelphia, Pa. HARRY SMITH 2129 N. 58th sneer Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 41 Galen Galen 1, 2, 3, 45 American 1, 2, Sec. 3, 43 American Phar- Pharmaceutical Association 3, maceutical Association 2, 45 45 Hillel 3, 4. Hillel 4, IM Basketball 3. ALPHONSO SULLIVAN 1826 Montrose Street Philadelphia, Pa. ."Is,.. .1 "Y-A X ' I G ,-wie f' ,ni I A I LI PVS- . l f-1 I he-H H, R- , I , ,dl I N Af' "-x I x ,I I -. X. sie- jf w.ic..f-mx ,LV ., ...cf -G., Mac McLaughlin, president of SOL TEITELBAUM 115 Clifton Avenue Lakewood, N. J. SAMUEL TRACHTENBERG 209 Moore Street Philadelphia, Pa. Galen 2, 3, 47 American Phar- maceutical Association 3. 4. RUSSELL SWANGER Yeagertown, Pa. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 4, Chaplain LOUIS SPERLING 3514 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. American Pharmaceutical As ciation 3, 4. JOSEPH TABAK 5932 Catherine Street Philadelphia, Pa. 3. Alpha Zeta Omega 3. f. A, 62:15, km I Alamy N v1 XR I I"-, 'J N I I 2,1 g I M, Q I ' I I if I 1' V- 'K ," r S.-ff' f' x, ,J N-, xv, A.Ph.A., iust "Piening" away. CATHERINE TETI B49 5. 10th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Lambda Kappa Sigma 45 Rho Xi 1, 2, 31 American Pharma- ceutical Association 2, 3, 4. NAT UROVSKY 1607 Nedro Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 'Galen 45 American Pharma- ceutical Association 45 Hillel 2, 3, 4. 1 . ee- , -, HARRY TORAN 521 E. 22nd Street Chester, Pa. Alpha Zeta Omega 3 Treas. 2, American Phan ceutical Association 3, 4. CRAWFORD WALLACE 27 Hoyt Street Courtdale, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4. ALFREDA WASKIEWICZ JOHN WATSON, JR. ' ' FRANKLYN WEISS l Park Street 521 Townsend Court T 272 S. 20th Street Glen Lyon, Pa. Wilmington, Del. l Philadelphia, Pa. Rho Xi l, 2, 32 l-Gmbda Galen 2, 3, Pres. 45 Templar appa Sigma 4, Curtis Hall Pharmacy Ed. 4, American ouse Council 45 American Pharmaceutical Association l, harmaceutical Association 3, 2, 3, 45 Hillel 3, 4. 5 Owl Band 3, SCA 3. Al Perkins, captain of the basketball team, perking it up. M, 4. .-N 'ti , .,., .x - rj P xx xx I'-A.: hx.. jeux in iv ,Q hi -.X VA, 4,-hy, :ffsw ,, .I i , , , VU, ,. X i, iii , h,,g,,j. ,I - I. if l i i I 1 If by -R A , 1, I-,Wi , I,-M X x I, wall. y cl , l "T i ,' i Q 'i Tl! ji i ik it 1 ill l, 1 if i, l, ll 1' ,..-' rf T , sg il , j W ' .I ,- 0 V' i . ., .- 1, 4 Q -Y ,M i I-e 1, VH, lj Ii l iw' V, l - f- - 'lui ii Y, , X , l Q' i 2 W. i i f ' i gmt' ' 'K . ., ,K -.,- .4 i A -. ,. -. WARREN STOUT 165 E. Front Street Trenton, N. J. Bob Klovsky, cheerleader, "T -T-T.U.P." JOHN WINAND LEO YAPSUGA STANLEY ZAFRAN 'I7 S. Fourth Street 50 Frederick Street 2815 W. Lehigh Avenue Darby, Pa. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4, Newman Class Pres. l, 4, V.-Pres. 3: Club 4. American Pharmaceutical As- sociation 3, 4, Hillel 3, 4. ,fx ggi? N. in 753: 51151.11 Eu. ,A 4 s . u sfpgp f WH W5 5. 5 E ,, CPC!" ' f- If ,U , vw .1 ,. J -:V ,.msil:':-F , 'wr' .mv I J , - Q sa , K Q w az.: "1!'29Tf"2 lg!'."' ' uf., HSS W ,gif Q 75. sq DQ 3 - .1 'if V- ,W -E-nw 5, - , E NN 5 , ..L,,.,, ' . fx- H ' . - -1 sf.--b , wb . L w '-'11-'E25.Q:':yn,.'J?'5i1, ' ' Q: ,, .3 .1 xiii, .J , ,3 . -Q , W, W . 5- E , My 4 , H E X , M , w i Y 1 ? 5, H P L .r Y ll 1 1 , . L w I 5. r' A ll A 'I P School 0 I W .ye ,ig f' ' ,.,,,. +1 ' - .:yi.2, 1 if fi - O O A "T-5 E , Q .ga -U SCHOOL OF LAW ,W ,, ,, . - ,.,..,r, J ,, ,. , kj fl V Q , T! I '..:',' :t,-1fr:n1',':- 1 21' ' V ' 2,4 gg f?3a:-- X Q.-1. fi.-1 gf. 4A,gf',,2g.'f',. I E -ea ,fi '-Dal..- my . ze" : I ' ' 73571 YZF 1 ,Q N. .. 1 1 fn. - r v ,my . , ,,.: ,L,f,,,Q. ad' "FJ" :av .5 1 ,,. . J.. H, .- .U N was ?Q - 1-,nga-qcizafge. ' 1. v 4, .gg :rang-ff ' nw W W5 w P ggfkypix 3 wry, V! 3 f I Q Rfk .4-fx, Q.. ,,x mg V, H Y 1 is X , 1 63,9 FRANK ABBOTT R 68 Brookside Road ' Springfield, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi ll, Temple Law Quarterly, Associate Editor 2, 3. JOSEPH ANDRUKITAS 46 Mauch Chunk, Street Tamaqua, Pa. LAW RICHARD ACHEY all 147 N. Main :Street Doylestown, Pa. Phi Alpha Delta 41, Temple Law Quarterly Associate Editor 2, Leaislation Editor 3 GEORGE ARMOUR 50 Roberts.Road Bryn Mawr, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi 4, Exchequer 3. i Q-ii., 1 li V- Ta? 31 riff rfb -B if 1, .gg JULES BELL 221 Harrison Avenue Glenside, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4. FRANCIS CATANIA 1311 Grant Avenue Woodlyn, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 43 Temple Law Quarterly Note Ed. 3, Assoc. Ed. 2. Phi Alpha Delta's president purely legal atmosphere. ALEXANDER BENSINGER 128 S. Green Street E. Stroudsburg, Pa. LAW . Temple Low Quarterly, Lea- islotive Ed. 3. Assoc, Ed. 25 Stu- dent Bar Assn. Exec. Commit- tee 2. MAURO CICCARELLI 150 Powell Lane Upper Darby, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi Historian 2. ', WILLIAM ADAMS 823 N. 64th Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4. PAUL BECKERT 16 Runnemede Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4, Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 2 Exec. Ed. 3. George Schubert relaxing in a JAMES CALLAHAN 5561 N. Hill Creek Drive Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi, Clerk 2. MAXWELL COHEN 6235 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Tau Epsilon Rho Ll, Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 3. JAMES CONVERY Ogontz Manor Apt. C-31 Ogontz and Olney Avenues Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4. RUTH FERBER 1928 Wynnefield Terrace Philadelphia, Pa. KIPRIAN DENEGA, JR. 27fl-2 Belmont Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Class V. -Pres. 4. ROBERT FRIEDRICH 1235 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. . v FREDERICK ESTERGREN 5232 Laurens Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta Treas. 3 , VIRGINIA FUNK 1520 Blavis Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW LAW LAW Portia Club 4. Phi Alpha Delta 4. IPOQFG Club, V-Pres. 3: Tem par . it Q 11 DK-, hey, 15 li fl il if W Portia Club's president Marilyn amusing in Webster. FRANK GAFFNEY 2212 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi Magister 2. GEORGE GERSHENFELD 601 W. Cliveclen Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Tau Epsilon Rho 45 Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 2, 3. Young finding something EDWARD GARBER 1337 E. Market Street York, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi 4. CHARLES GILLINGHAM 291 Jackson Avenue Lansdowne, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta Marshall 35 Temple Law Quarterly Case Note Ed. 3: Class V.-Pres. 32 Student Bar Assoc. Exec. Com- mittee 4. EUGENE GELFAND 5748 N. Park Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Tau Epsilon Rho 2, 3 4 Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 2,- 3. VINCENT GIRARD 325 Cuyler Avenue Trenton, N. J. LAW Phi Delta Phi 4. JAMES GORBEY 20 E. I8th Street Chester, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4, Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 2, 3. HORACE GREEN 400 E. 13th Street Chester, Pa. LAW Phi Alpha Delta 4, 'Temple Law Quarterly Assoc. Ed. 2. CHARLES GORDON 2705 S. l8th Street Philadelphia, Pa. LAW Phi Delta Phi 45 Student Bar Association Exec. Committee 3. LIONEL GUMNIT I824 Pine Street LAW Tau Epsilon Rho 45 Temple Law Quarterly Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3. Eh il, ,g, ' iii mafia 'ex . 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R Obert M cCuiiei-v , --'- , gf-'Q ."v'l.t1, T,A,, 'c,g'f if - i - ' .Wy-sg, Q, Zsigggzgz liztc-Presulent .,......,.,.. ..,,,,.. T heodore Perry -E iW1f'?5d'i.t. ' . , '-- f1r"'14: ii-kiddie-fi .7 . , V ' , .' f ' Zmrtzztzvc Conzm1zftee,.,,. ...,.,...... Elaine Burns 2 is 4 f or . Ilia-gawk M111-if ' wit? E?r,"sg1rrf :if-1:3 - Rlchard H arclcrode g .43 f, 4, - u.v."c.m.fSe-w Ars: stasis- Mfg! "L-...ffsliiizi d Robert Mccaiery Theod01'e Pastry Blame Bum., 1 I Maigifit igrclefode ' C 1 Ri Joan Anfililn Edith B Russell Cafgpenter Joseph Cglazer Morton W maam Glggse' Harry S Jolm Kobba an Donald M9'cLe aavmondtgggn Bernafd bbato Robert Sa dam Richard SQ I LeonaYd Save' ki Eugene Zawols ' Student Senate this year underwent a mild revo- lution as terms of office were changed from Sep- tember to February inauguration. Senators thereby cut '48-'49 terms in half. The changeover was hailed as successful at February Moving Up Day exercises attended by 2500 people. In its second year as "Senate" the group of 25, elected by students in undergraduate units, tackled various problems of student interest. In- cluded in the "short termi' were investigations into alleged athletic inadequacies, class ring con- tracts, and campus organization charters. A re- vised and modernized constitution, by-laws and regulations Were presented to their successors. The freshman orientation program, NSA matters, allocations to charity from the philanthropic fund, and social regulations were other Senate projects. amorous cou CI l V- , ' "f e Q NC' , OFFICERS .ZZ 55 -up if i?is35,g X as V MSI.. Pre.s-irlevmi ,... .. ,....,.,. W'il1iaxn Eagan jjjiggfjg. wig2S?i2fg , ' i - 1. UW 552' 'f " 'B-'iM .. Q "M - Secretary . .,.. . .,... 'Waldemar Metz H, ,. j, ,s, :,: Y -2? .,.. fl'rcn.v11rer ..... ..,,.. D Onald Scanlan tvfsnigjyszg Y, wi ' W ,,"Z"f4'-1?f7 Z' ei' Eval? ,f,. R . 'iiismiv i if is 9 225533. - "2 M Em 1 H1 .is .gt fm, ,ser sw 13'f:sWQffge -lf, iiusgrs '- The major purpose of the University Religious Council has been to coordinate the varied activities of the individual religious clubs on Temple campus. The Council had representatives from Newman Club, Protestant Student Board, Hillel Founda- tion and the Christian Science Club. Originally J the Council had two members from each of these roups' this year, however, membership was in- g a creased to four members in order to include the group presidents and vice-presidents. Under the leadership of H. LaMarr Rice, newly- appointed University Chaplain, the Religious Council supervised the membership drives of the 13 religious organizations at Temple. Observation of both Religious Book Week and Religious Emphasis Week were leading Council projects. A Charity Ball was sponsored for the World Student Service Fund. WiH ' lfVg1,1,5Z3a?aiia1l D et' Mgnaza scanhuf J0h2yB1z:71ibrfck Ricliapd Marilyn C Ohe Tllrlillzr Keshfsllifan RS MCN .1 C31-oline Pose-SI Cai-ty w 1 JOan S h . . lg-avid yiygggdt r a?"'-V11 Wolf W Vngmxa b c Gertrude a PROFESSIDNAL PAN-HELL ?5Qf'rsQ?'ff2Qi'i sts? Mi "" a'3'fm :- ' 456 ,rs 4 Ig ips, :X .-fc,-,. 3 fx Y 1 Q K V' ff f, S11gli.if-,.'fs'-la-5221? 4 2-Ss" OT lf ICL R 3 tw V I ---V rf ,K l s, - w- he - W .sri 'jig if r , i gag. cp A . l. I pg n ffff'-S"16'lf , --QA Ulm Lffmwot' P Tzcrc-Prfslrlfmt ,.,. ,.A.. Y 'irginia lVilson "Li " Q"il3'lf.'QE' A X N 'fi L if , Lis 'K If 4 , ' if 5? ff fl 1 al H f it E . mfmo VW? H5011 ugmh Ba e If 21,1 gs I ., ,r, ., iL'5Qf5M!'- .C Q, l 'lL91Li'.f.1.4: 4 1 v ' , -' an W3-s'ifz.5.1 'Q' V . - ,Q X w I-gfllf: f t .,,,.. -A1-vs Doris ww gvoifgrliij Schumann onnef .L1 K Wi' M"-:Iwi e -',.,.,,1...- V ,L rf ,V -6 - 4' -H-Ez -1 l--1" L, , 'Professional Pan-Hellenic Association is the governing body for all professional sororities at Temple. With the addition of two new sororities the association can now boast six member organi- zations. Lambda Kappa Sigma, pharmacy sorority and Delta Sigma Chi, chiropody sorority, are the two new members. Sororities representing the profes- sional fields of physical education, business, and journalism complete the 'association's membership. Highlight of the organizatioifs activities was the annual "How to Get a Job Conference." Skits were enacted to illustrate the right and wrong ways to approach a prospective employer, the ap- propriate attire, and the correct etiquette. The conference was open to all senior woxnen. . Dean Gertrude Peabody is advisor for the group. WUME S S ENATE -QW as-ref--W -1 aiwg tk wifi sf at if vi'l-att '- '.efQl"5 ' 1- ' r ' i - - i?',,'Vf"l?ii, K .iii z OFF l CE R 5 4155 a Ti fi K W Qi W " wi' tag V ' lz ' I . -. N - , P , 11+ , z et- 1 I,l'I'-'y'I!lI'2If.,. , ,. ...,. C, harlcnu Lfhl Ibtlt. Gigli' 4 Q. ,fig mfs. ,ff ,. . 1 f I A-,sg lff Qmlfi. Q gt-ye 4, gy, ,,1""Q,.VE - ,f I'lC'l'-1,l'lfNI!il'llf .... ..., l ulcanor lxasa cs MaggyY3W,,,2gl153Q,,,s33'z flfggpgyga-ffglsgwgif V . may H-,,,-fs ' SH-,-pin,-U H .... Leona VVCIHKEI' titgk- Q, ,flQ'i'f', QE? ff' ' L: .A 'fr V. was-f ,5,e,.gYf2 Ugg! L v--- ,gzip ,WNLL irsa rg' -ggiaiiw i,.,Q,+f?f1 Zawg. s. ,ifgilsfg v.6,m?i,,J gg5,.kL v , Q , 'V '3fmtf"f'+?fg?' -li' 3 "' 1 H N,1GA,mip, rmigy , sygpf . 1 women resident students Governing body for al nate. Elected by' the women dormitories sorority houses, is the Wome11's Se residing in campus , d a roved houses, the ratio is one representa- an app tive for each twenty upper-classmen. Freshmen lection during the members, chosen by a general e second semester, are limited to discussion only of issues in the Senate meeting. v sed and enforced by the board. Wome11's Senate also reviews the various f the women subject to regulation. The group acts in an advisory capacity as to the forma- Necessarv rules are pas activities o tion of policy governing resident women. The formal ceremony installing members in October, and the traditional Senate Dinner were chief social highlights of the year. i s, f 'fi f'-fsfifz 'f :,:'.Q:wl' 4 - fm 4.3,-'Img 2 f. Charlene CI ' - Ifillcanor Kaggggs I-:Una Weiner J'1ne - L' , ?3U.1'1SS OUJSL Depvalt th Lf . Greta Lcgigllis Susan Myers Ann 3 Joan cott H Shllkoski 5 3 j - ' A' MUffe1 -1 lf , I St q 1 , ,gif EOFIS Todfigiy W. A ayne Whitman ,v,,,.N K, -ini rf TUDE T B R ASS' Am OFFI CEHS I Q A U fy.-15" ,B""1Q' ---N A 9- - 1 V' . ,Z S5 qszrlevzths., .,..,,., Alfred Moccm .-5,-luw.aH ,ggi W we-Prcszclmzt .,,., . , ..,,.,,.., Don Vkfeisberg 1 ' "" ' 'J . gf A "S 'Q Ti :,5i' J 1 ., -Sfcretaly ,....,,,.. , ., ...Toseph fN'lcCa1'tl1y VE ' 1ll"llm', - ' f, -f - y vf - p s ' A 5..jQ,g,,.A2, T1 z.1L.surf,r, .,... Fraiik G Donnell : ,,,, ' -?ffi"?e2i-igw5'fg, J. 2,4 ,txgggrffy : gsggf 11? ur, ,.-, -1-e'Is5'S'gf.'wY , Y -Moccia Alfregv eisberg 1:-iglph McCarthy tt J elm F aggiin gham Cha-1185 .X S GOQAOH Cha! EKMZ L on 'Vsesleif Kei? MOOH L d lsxhur Mooreshel v 1 as .1 25 i ks , I All students of Temple Law School are members of the Student Bai Association Orxgmated in 1947 the assoclatlon already has .1 full program scheduled The g0VC1'111I1g board of the organization 1s com posed of two membeis from each class, both day and night schools, one of whom 1S the clwss presi dent Chief act1v1t5 of the Assoclatlon is the moot court piogiam Tlns consists of a series of 6111111 nation contests held under simulated court room conditions. Awards are presented to the contest winners. Social activities foster better student relation- ships with mernbers of the Bar and alumni. A Christmas party for all students, faculty, wives and husbands shaped the social agenda with the annual Law School Banquet. CDM Preszdent .4...,...,.. Vice-President ..... Secretary .,,.. Treasurer' ..,.,, ll IT CDU Cll 44 , 'ii' ,twiki t,,gr,fgf,w ,, ,WW ,ttegtiii Y ,C EQ ,kiwi fre ' 'ii fifsiili1Wf21i'??f,W:Clz, Q54 5 sf 52 V3 OFFICE RS - , X Leo lt. VVa1d ..1f'f12'-ef -4.-.-Lewis MCNHH .......Eawina Getz V orge Non lf The newest student government body in the University is the Community College Student Council, established in December 1948. But de- spite its short existence the body has already Sl1OYV11 C011C1'CtC f6Sl1l.tS. The Community College Student Council has drawn up a constitution for its student body which was immediately approved by the University Stu- dent Senatel The Council has also arranged for an official ring to be worn by Community College graduates completing, the two year course. Each school within the Community College has equal representation on the Council, since the Schools have approximately equal enrollments. The body meets the second Tuesday of each month in Mitten Hall. Meetings are presided over by a member of the University Student Senate. get S2 ' 11 K fm Q Z5 -Q , . s- e -t - gr, tg 3525 W Leo Ward LOHfS M hyms Hiatt Jofge Noe ilomina Dicarlo The 51 . Edvdngrggfsner Vi Vmfam Legd ?11za1,,,th M5131-d if . amos Sinclair OJ' THE0l0GY C0lI Cll w,g..g,31Sy.Q af-sizgggf, N . .A ' me ai 1 2 5 a ,gk -as 13-5"f,. " ,. 53 ' 5 55 J ia, 4 ,rw , -in a 1- V,'A ll ,.5,fs'5Q5i" - mn Q j A If ,gf ' E ,. , was ,651 lm? 5 X as ,MM OFFICERS 1?1'f'-Vffffillfr ...... ,,..,..,..,..,..,., l "red Henry Sf'01'f'ffU',V -v,A.. ,.., . Clmrlcs hlonigonlery 1I'1'!I-Y717'l'I' ..,,,.., ,,.....,, l Scujznnin Gould 242 Messrs,-Q ,A s- if- ,. , ,fren s sb,-51.i.g:.H,, A,.??,gE:gg.3g,i: K- 5? , 1, ,g V37 ,Q ,. an ix ,mu ,. BACK ROW1 MEMBERS Gerald Crowell Charles Montgomery John Ewing Vernon Murray Raymond Giron David Seymour Benjamin Gould James Thrower F,-ed Henry Daniel Youngman Elva Latham Qfqwell, Hemel, M tQomeYY Gould. FRONT ROW: Seymo on I . me Url Gnrou, DV- Hum r, Ewing Murmy Student governing body of the School of The- Two H amdred Thirty- ology is the Student Council. The group engages in all activities which promote general spiritual enrichment, the intellectual gain, and the social integration of all students of theology. Fred Henry, president of the Council, was sent as Temple's delegate to the World Student Meet- ing at Woundschoten, Holland, last summer. Council holds monthly fellowship luncheons with outstanding theologians as guest speakers. Sev- eral parties for the entire student body, faculty, husbands, and wives were sponsored throughout the year. Weekly chapel services are held with the various members of the council ofliciating. Two publications, the "Conwellian" and the "Theowlog" are put out each year by the organiza- tion. eight LEFT TO RIGHT? Feidmqn CHIRUPDDY C Oll Cll , 1,-'.u,Ph 5, fs!! :itil ffiisfwi , W gli5ii'V5Q'l'irf'f3Q7Q"'f' 'in six, or 1- ice RS X ffl.-. ,W-, 1'-s .V 4 ,lie .',. Vs- Qjxpww- 'g f Fi we 1 SEA li . - E 2 i s 'HH f l I'1'e'.vi11f'1l1 ,, ,.,.,.,. ,... ..,. l , eo li. Ward gvW"f,w .. . . M 7. Xe' .Q V 3 to 2 ' I ICI'-IJI'l'SJll!'7Il ,,,, ,...,.. . Lewis Blflgrrlllt- If 5' -ef,,,Vf,V , . ' .215 .pw mf- u- pr .5355 ,V Sw:-rrflzzry .. .....,, ...,,,,. l f1lIlXVlIl2l Getz 3gf4iv.g2SQ V5,g1,5j?- Wyegl'f?g6-auffgkefy-3, 1' , . ' I . , iq . SGW, 'i"fi.-Wil' 'f' Efgierl 11-p11.w1,-w,- ,,,, ,.....,.., . 01226 L 0.1 ,T 454-?'f?gfgs' nk, ,Q grgfg-..,qjgsg5,gjfq - " in-f ,vw Ein-ff r s i ' QV, Q 'tif Lge: if jsifipfi 'fi by if pas'-,'V.Qjg,:j,2fQ':'f-2 i. ,EH .Mig r .. gil... T, W 4-' -Q Newt Ehfvmlidf, sae! . N if figs' mel "':,,+,B3',5f-6 5 'Lay' ,, -4.3-lst , gwgqzzsg . - ,v - avi, lr- irfiffailiiiilgv ' ' ,A - K l , 4 , Westmoreland, Lieberman T ake away Chiropody Student Council and un- doubtedly many of the school's plans would go uncompleted. Had it not been for this group, which comprises both the president and a repre- sentative of each class in the school., numerous activities and undertakings this past year would never have passed the "thought of" stage. Through the tireless initiative of the Council, clinical facilities were improved, a handbook for freshmen published, inter-school relations bol- stered, student elections conducted efficiently and wisely, and the annual Chiropody Ball made a success for the hundreds who attended it. Non-Council members may now run for Senate representative, thanks to a Council ruling. Previ- ously, only the Council president was considered eligible for this coveted office. , McGregor, Schectmqn Zfchi , :SE .' Two Hfzmdred TIL-iffy-min chi, Moore, Lonsdale, HGH. if H MEMBERS SENIORS Seymour Leopold George Miller JUNIORS George Holt Seymour Leiberman Donald Zichichi L' SOPHOMORES Robltoy McGregor James Moore Joseph Schechtman FRESHMEN John Lonsdale Gary Westmoreland ,. liaiafrygwgg TYLER CDU Cll a at OFFICERS war Q ,WW 5 we mr, I N X X . A ft? tasty mwww gi Presulentp ........,,...... .,.....,.., A lar-vin Levit fr ff sms-I Vzce-Preszclent Gem- e Barrick WM 1,-' .. ...,...... ......... . . g - ig Mi was -1. aaratam Secretary-Treasurer ...,.. ....... E dward Hergelroth t t rar -v fgmffffe- ' ' .-: ',1- 2: ,y vffffafff-f.w S iw 2-'hiivrfifvi if 1 -' f rx "l:Lg2:Ei?gf.g1g3Q,g: .faSf1,.':2e,aa l Qfgf...'Fgilfaiiimtiiig ezgzstzgf f " ' gf 1? -I . ' ' 35E12S?3'Z-i'GEQfSfFit?" -11 'L i ,Jf...Q5W 'V Q51 y, Eiga. 1--ff--.W 6 v ga ,i.'XSS.:chaff-gzg,2g'g li gi 1 , 3,5 glTariff,.?.-.J,.,zfgl2?ffi.E .rr -. , if li Sig 3515 V111-'J' A at itegegtaasesssaas itaaaasarf MEMBERS JUNIORS Marvin Levitt Nathan Mirell Donald Risley SOPHOMORES ' George Barrick Harvey Benson Zelda Zimmerman FRESHMEN Edward Hergelroth Harriet Land Arthur Smith SPE CIAL George Dunbar ' ll. . bob Mite 1 X4 Smith, Levitt, Dun 6 BQIUC 1 HT.. LGU 1 To P46 lggggetfglh. The official student governing body of the School of Fine Arts is the Student Council. Each class elects their individual representatives in an all- school election. Oiiicers of the Council, moreover, are elected by the entire student body. A complete program of extra-curricular activi- ties was sponsored by the Council. The traditional Freshman Dance and the Tyler Christmas Ball were two outstanding Council social projects. The Tyler sports program was expanded this year with the entrance of fencing and basketball teams in intramural competition. Student Council arranged for Tyler student participation in both the Homecoming Day cele- brations and the Temple Carnival. First prize was awarded to the Tyler float in the Homecoming Parade. The Tyler social season ended with the school's famed Dean's Ball. PH RM CY S'l'llDE TC0ll Cll - "g's5'M-., b- .1 . few, L, -V ff,-M, -. 4fV J liri OFFICERS me i 3fs i- is ,,1, ,,4,,b I Prrnvizlmzi . .. ..... 'l'ho1u:1s Nlll1lllCl1 'I' - '2,'N W' , fffjvrgxgjff' fry' fir-1'-Prv'.vir1'1'11l ,.,, ...... A rthur Pclligggrilm ffm N S!'t'I'l'ilLI'Llf ., ....... .. .,.,,. Blgie Pieuingr fi ll' 1YI't'fIS1lI'!'I' . .. . .lack l9'ullaw:1y V','::"f1 ' Ag: iv, 1. . ' 1 QL f',, .W R fs -X Q' .ARM sa-- ROVV. A Mffvnfch , Pellegrino, Rom Grpowskl. , Jgckson -F The School of Pharmacy Student Council set a precedent last year-one it hopes future coun- cils will follow. It sponsored a Senior Prom, the first in the history of the school. Under the sponsorship of Mr. John A. Lynch, the Council arranged numerous social acivities in the belief "learning to live with people and to serve society are as necessary a part of our train- ing as the fundamentals of the school curriculum. It is to our own advantage to give of ourselves wholeheartedly and unselfishly in any attemptiat social betterment." Besides social events, the group last year led the school in fund drives for charitable organiza- tions and gave valuable assistance wherever needed. W. , ' p'9l7fl7 Q, Rftfec , .NM urnell, Levon MEMBERS SENIORS SOPHOMORES Thomas Minnich Stanley Romanowski Elgia Piening Lois Purnell JUNIORS FRESHMEN Arthur Pellegrino Gerald Jackson Pauline Ritter Ruth Anne Levan AVERTOW CUMMISSID ffffw w 1 .'?'i17Tf:X-.. .,, ,,L.n - 4- ,...,f--I-D., ,,..V . --1,. 1 fis'iffifiliwiiiiifligf fl , ,.,,,,i c K? isa- Q.: ii, 1 ,, " rssiasfs' f if ,- 4, V ' . . 2 ,u- "vm .' . "ruff J y p'f3l',lif3'8Vf4"95'?g,.lI: Hillel' wit ff?fg,g,i V v f ,.VV ' 1 f'Egf"?iz, slate:-is 5 2 Si- W51fKi:s.l.:E1-K? K:-riff,-L22 Q: 33- V2.1 ff 2 at 3, ,I gf 'ifkip h,f,:g,1. o " OFFICERS Pr'L'.s'ident.p .,..,.....,.. ,,,... ..... , . Joseph Cook VNfff'P7'0-Wflcm ------.'.--.. .... ......, i l lnthonv Gulli Recording Sffcrcizzry ,....,, ,..,...A.... J essi' Nolan I'rf'as11.rc'r .,,, .,... . ,.... . ,..,. . .David Mclntiire 1 V., . i.,ff-v-' "2"-1. ' J r""'-3' MEMBERS Jeanne Beauchamp William Burburow Joseph Cook James Fenton William Friel Anthony Galli Donald Leathen Charles Lobb Robert Longacher William Mclntire Jessie Noland Alicia Todd d U Fenton' Frxe 1 BACK ROW- giml NTROW1 Wm B uchomp Lobb, Floyd' FRG eo ' tire, Cook' Noi on' gsm Since its inception in 1946 when the Havertown Unit was founded, the social and governing activi- ties of the Unit have rested in the hands of the Havertown Student Commission. Each coke hour, movie, reception, dance, and coffee hour at the Unit is planned by the eight commissioners elected by their fellow students. Besides planning the recreation of the Unit, the Commission has functioned as a medium for ex- pression of student opinion and a link with the main campus. Advisor to the group is Miss Helene Donnelly the Unit's personnel director. The work of the Commission does not end with the planning of social activities and supervising the welfare of the student body. Behind each dance and coke hour the Commission puts in hours of preparation. The constant success of all affairs at the Havertown Unit is due to the eiforts of the commissioners. For service on the Commission each member is awarded a gold key. CED RBRODK CDMMISSID 1. 1 I Y l orrioieias President ..,..,,......,. .Ferry Krader Vif,-xr-Presidezzt .,..., ..4.,.,. S tan Linn Slrcrz-clfzwry ,.,.,.... ..,..,.. J ack Murry Trea.s'u.rcr ....,.,. ,.., I -onis W1'igllt ,, 'H 5.4 - nk i , if Q xg , rs'-'f?f"Yf io..- .6 ,,,- LIU' 'sfwfi-'5 .S ' ' im. 1. . ,' J-fl'--' ,Qin msgstr ' fi .:as?'4:'a,:fsi,'tf 3-1'f'!' -.111 as vitiwz-Q af s,fgfLi,3f,g rss, 12,5-I-. 1: ' 2 Hwy' . 't "af ,.1vgf,mfsi:3?':f 1 adv ' 4' ff .H-fx ' -5,54 jf',9ei5r2?2i" , . - V f if , ,- g gf,'Es?iif-grgfy, ' A ' gf 1 ' 'pr as I ,V Hg BACK Goff ROW 'di Wqiffyhomf Elder P , ' k Freed Grffdefegolz SECg?vgf goneluzzif Share 1 RQIIS, Stember OW. K,-,Shner C Littmon Q, Rosenthal! L . -WEl5bOfdY FRQNT RO ewfi Krauss, Wenzel, L W5 Bolobgn J The Cedarbrook Student Commission, under the guidance of John Jenny, Dean of Students at the Cedarbrook undergraduate unit, has given its stu- dents a long and well remembered list of activities this year. Besides the dances held every Friday afternoon in the lounge, the activities Were: in November, a Political Rally, a "Nite Club Nightf two Punch Hours, and a Social Hour given by Mrs. Sargent, in December, the "Holly Hop"-a semi- formal dance and a Table Tennis Tournament, in Ufgmonl I Ones, Jocob Two Hundred If'o1'ty-fhree ,Q V- f wx, rgffifzf F' ,' L:'1'N.'f'ff 7 g","".f iQb:i"', Li' li" idk. 'fl fffffyyaf tf's,gr,wZafxs.Q ii, is ' fi " ,vi ,rtifhf ,- 4 fzigii.. V S 1 fr it iff A ix 1 , , f . V' 1 f ,I Vf Y, L' mn, Krqden Murray February, a Barn Dance and the "Cherry H0p"-- the freshmen formal, and in April, the "Bunny Hug Dance." The Commission whose purposes are to promote the welfare of the students in general, to furnish a medium of expression for students, and to regulate their programs, was organized in September, 19417. Members, together with alternates, are elected from every English class. The Commission encourages freshmen to he interested in their new college life. xx mx mx- .xy -X, 1, X1 xx' x. -X xxx . ,xx -.xxx X xx-- .X-xx X -- - ,xx -xx xxx- ,X R -. .XXX ,-.,,-Ns N. -X xx 'k s-. KX ,xx Nm xxx X, xx fxxx R Ex Xxvxk M J' KH ' 5: 5 '- , - . M h 1 V V' H W 51 'gc ' I ' , t 1 E? gm 1- in Y X E X . 5 l -'5i!.:, . l V ' - x v- 3 Y A I I T ern' ' M a if Q The 5- H " '95, x ,si v w v f I A . , ,. ww, X :,..Gi5gil'lk5.'Ufi'lg.-QL 12 1,555-' .fL"+.1,5A.:L.v4d,A..-.9 L '. u..gn,:.g,.,L....i..u.u-...1iL..n-.-4.g.---A' ' ' nl-n-: XX .XXX K R. xx-X Hon or-ar .XXX x 'xx XX xx -XX XX -.AX xi 5 is xi, XS N xx. i. NN. , .Xl rx.. xx ET all 'N . is 1. in .al 5 if E 5 -"--lv -Ney M if Jean Mogirz ' EfOine 811075 , MO W fgne Brad M A'l!AI'1'Q m Hip Die DO " 'Why If -Uh . fi, Gerfrude Kub Off, EV f e Sofeve fz JU I me 5Doh f' .. " a -. V Magnet Honor Society for women was founded at Temple University in 1925 by Dean Laura Carnell for the purpose of recognizing outstanding XVOIJJCII of the University. K Purposes of the group are to stimulate the leadership of women in the recognized campus activities, to encourage and promote scholarship among the women of the University, and to serve the University in any possible way. Membership, which is limited to 15, requires a "C-plus" cumulative average and recognized leadership in the activities of the University. Magnet sponsored the Homecoming Dance in the fall and the OFFICERS Varsity Dance in conjunction with the Sword Society in the I spring. During the past year they held cake sales and sold Christ- , mas cards. hflagnet girls act as hostesses Whenever they are called President .....,....... ....,.......,. J ean Magin upon- ViCe'P'eside7Lt ""'A' ""4""""""" J eau Sonne Nlagnet selects groups to receive recognition for the Niagnet 'glecretariy """"' " A""" Dorothy chumaml Service Award. They also give a Freshman Award to the freshman 'F"easuTe"' ""' """"""" E lame Bums woman receiving the highest average. Two H 7l1IdI'E'li Fo1'1'3v-.s'i:r -9 WDRD T 4? l. lx er, Novfflo QQOYQQ Mos- ' LQVOUA X O LoWYenCeCovDenleli Giogsmonilobell MC llui-Sixcb, Noni? NNGC-Lean' Q00 000 Oorvlfllt' D Taking its name from the story of Johnny Ring, the Sword Society organizes leaders in extra-curricular activities into a unit designed to promote the interests of Temple University I V 1 E . . n 1948 the membership reached its maximum limit of 35 with the initiation of 19 new members. A second purpose of the society is to recognize men outstand- ing in extracurricular activities. Members must have a satisfactory avera e d be ' ' ' ' ' ' g an 1, outstanding in leadership, and service to the Uni- versity. Among the projects undertaken this year were the "Know Y . U . . ,, . . oui niversity campaign, sponsorship of the Varsity Dance, and the "Hello" campaign. The big social affair of the year was the initiation banquet held at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel at which time Richardson Dilworth became the first honorary member. Seven faculty members, the Deans of the undergraduate schools and the School of Chiropody, the Dean of Students, and President Johnson are included in the present membership. Two H imdred Forfy-seven Z - 'XO' Frcmkx Ylcfxngfxleni perfvi . CQ! dofe cleilf no, Theo Velel SCU O xo, . 'OEYQQY' ond Sgbbo noe xaowxxz. Riggs Rflbell XNKXMOW Wx Normfm RNNX'ixti0lLer' X ff cl Xler COA Hyiljeilin Rolmon GeofQe Nil n 'Feld' Kill? President .,..,,.,......... ...., Vice-President .,,......,....... Recording Secretary ,..i,.. .... Corresponding Secretary ..... . Treasurer. .,,, . ,,,,,,,, A 'LW ss gaps? ci, gig' Ea 1 ff? 134 '52 ii . I, - ll-f f is. iff? r i Bi' Qafavyirf fsfw it NMS' ' 1 A' -X , sf rl ' l f 'h V'z't' ":':I , W??ial?2f7l" :':' zuz A+ 'M5??ssm ' reef QE, qs 4' any va, ,gf it Q92 U1 , , is , A gif M35 ,gm '4 k f 4 1 ss: f .L me ff 1 M f E1 z OFFICERS .Lawrence Levan ...,.,.Frederick Berger .George Miller i,.,iRobert Levine ..,..,Carl I-Iepler CHIMESQ no-N f my xgxp- "5-Va ,W Ed- Allfh Bujfock 1 Doris RO QSIS R beg SO 4, lkowe Jo 1 en . Helo: Sliqdec MG 'ffer W J , FOrl'nO17fQ'E Bfody Sonor ' Sandro , Q Frank Brown on ADC, ' Mfmf ' Alice CFSCI7 Glick Cflfcht f Mme, 'pple '77 Marg ' Dorofh Ad Qfef A4' V K ele 5 lfler Ohh Cho f M - ' Ele Chfer Dorian ph,-ifnor KGS ' Offs , 'Ds .SOI . I - Y, A . .,.,. ,Wai Sfhlfh, vVlfS?IfrlCiOeEUSglUl7O L 'f , " if , 'ed Wulf M Eve Sirlqonoff OWS, 'everz' ps i ? fl a i . . . . . . To stimulate scholarship and extra-curricular activities among the women undergraduates, to encourage a spirit of helpfulness 'sw A X -S251 . . lll among women, and to advance all the interests that tend to build Jr '.:: 1 :-: , , , , , , a greater and better University are the aims of the Chimes Society. Originally established as a local Senior honor society in 1935, '-ffssflfvykz-W the group became a Junior honor society with the founding of Magnet. Last year, it joined with other colleges and became a national society named The Chimes. This past year the group sponsored a program for the women at the Cedarbrook unit. Chimes sold Christmas seals for the Phila- OFFICERS A delphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. As the sponsor of the all-university Carnival in March, the organization gave all of the P'resizlev1,t ..,..4...,.... .,., , . , Edith Bullock money to charities. Vi0f"PfC'Sif1ff71f -----------A------- - - - V DUNS 'Rogers In recognizing service, Chimes gives a Sword Award to the Recording fsecremr-lf' "" ""' Rhea balkowc student graduating in February who renders the most service to ' "I0'ILdI'lIfg Sccrc'fa1'.y ,,,.. ...... .... R 1 ith IgQl'Sllli tl U , ,t ,. Nancy Goldstein le mversl y' Two H -zmdred Forty-eight Corr es 1 Trvaszm-01' ...,..,...,. DI M0 DHO 0R ow Howell' He Siioglexl New SOM' Now in its second year as the guiding hand behind the Uni- ands, the Diamond Honor Society has supplanted Kappa Kappa Psi as the Band honorary on the campus. Founded by John H. Jenny, band director, and Edwin H. Roberts, assistant director, the society has continued to keep the bands functioning versity B as smooth-running units. Along with the Band Award, which was given to Mr. Jenny in 1947, the Society has initiated a new award for outstanding bandsmanship. The Margaret C. Miller Nlemorial Award, in honor of the now deceased Mrs. Miller, who was "Band Mother," will be awarded by the society. It will go to the bandsman showing the character, bandsmanship, and scholastic ability deserving of the reward. "Diamond Chips," a monthly newspaper, is published by the society for the Bands. It is another part of the society's policy to bring the Bands to peak ability through eflicient Band relations. Two H1md1'ed Forty-nine C-1Ony'Gd I x coxamafmm SQWUQ Prc.y1clc11.t ,.., .. ,,., . 15"icz:'IJ-resizlcfvzt Sc1:1'1:trn'y ..... ,... Treasure 1' ...... 560099 X n Slmonl me G 9 5 n ,,i:pgc-Gs: "y:gf.e1,:: " . f.4'v:,:sf:i '.zi22fi-fi23?s.i' ,.t,.,. f..,.1.,. s..1,.,.s.,wr N -"' - 1 1 " MQ J W3 E'f.5ssff'35 4,r1'ssz' 1 riff, 'wewrxr-,,.1:2' ,2sw,'1' ss, 'inn-e':ffff',' 4fs..f-fr Q, sw ww Esf:i4zs?eigf ZW ri s ' . s rsiitii '?iiFi"1Z , ' .4 ' ' Lfn"fl2.-- .7c':E4,'f.!' 'fi' Eli 1 w s 5 'gi -tw Q f '-X 34 ,sri -a ., 4 '-X QS f-JQ'?'i' R as :M OFFICERS Albert Sachs .......St:1nlcy Howell ......l'lCl'lDCl't Schwab ....,.,Hen1'y Conrad R uth fldw I Elegnoro F I' LPHA SIGM PI V IG' JQC-Obs Oflgfd F- S, Irv. lshma In gesm Unk' M 'L Edwordoll. VM.mOourf'Ce BIO lrsch rn Biflhg Cf' Hoge, B ' ' Go Omer 1 S I Ywo Jaffe 'gg-d Brodsk I EN' ' 1 OFQS Kirk? Vwlzgmkfsifl, L HOWUV d Pmqfi Zilla Klffner fl e p , nthon V L ,'z'sS7g,q .-,, Qfiff .wg ,1 1. 17 , -W :ef-W , . 1 was , " w f li Ilifrvffmr 'i Lf - affair? l Af -Q iQ .fpzliaqyx L 1 '2f,g,42'TL13si'-,,,,, 'W 5 K i' i ff - . ' fi n ' Lsifige E 555 Tiff' R353 .-:T J A 1,255 pg Q -' 3 - . .ff '-, 5 OFFI CE RS Pv'e.9iclev1i ...,.....,..., .....,..... D avid Jacobs Vice-President ,.,... ........ E leanora Frank ......,Ma'urice Black Hazel Burner Secretary ..,,.. .. .. TT'EHS'Ill'ffI'. War,-, Gfj rgsser ' DOVWI info n Ronnefgfiosgoi Node! D 5Chl ' ek tal To stimulate the interests of its members in the fundamen biological sciences is the primary purpose of Alpha Sigma Pi, honorary biological society. In view of this aim the group associates with and listens to men who have excelled in various fields of biology. Lectures by outstanding biologists provide members with an opportunity to become acquainted with new fields in biological ' d to formulate new ideas. They also supply information nts in the realm of the biological h subject. science an t st developme ' l nature of t e ' der concerning the la e scientist with emphasis upon the practica The honorary is a local society of recent origin, and is un the sponsorship of Dr. Asa A. Schaeffer who founded it in March 1945. Membership in the society is restricted to biology and scienc majors of junior or senior standing who have completed t ' ' lo y and have maintained a "B" average. semeste r hours in bio g Two H umirrd Fifty : S CII BET MMA SIGM Ck! x N'dere'f,lQ avr' Wie. Heddieldf or Venexxxom BEC xi CSU xev, lock NXxgdXdwdWl'WddXeY, 5OSeDC0'l Hash' dXNHxugl46YKN'ylll0TQNxWGm kglbveenveggrwonnlfg? Fronll 1 9 .W HQYN gem 1 new ggvQeY,UOXl, A Wgrfxl nn Olle xsnei .Ck xgqxfh Doa PN Ffederxvxovmxxe. AGM RQVN .XO Colemon 5 ' Xl I Poswxs SWNQQ ' el Scxolx Gordon C o . axev l 9 o PJ Q WOM Carl Reber: na ROW' es. Rolgsoh I X gn en' D In Tremor or R no wi C 6 ' 'XXQ oss eYQrv Bohn Nfxchflel ll X svwl el: 'd Wold, Neiman Bgmol oflelh ,G Skoutiefij Ke P54 X Rx Karma? C dx Wav, ggxljllgl Si-Noli' a "N bk HO svfldom' e X0 AGWQS NN ,Tim Y.. Beta Gamma Sigma, national scholastic honor society of Schools p it 1 if El, A of Business, was founded at Temple in 1935. "'f 5 ik. V , i1'4 Its purpose is to encourage and reward scholarship and accom- plishment in the field of business studies among students in the schools of business, to promote the advancement and the spread ':i" lr?" if' of education in the science of business, and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practice. Rank in the upper 10 per cent of the Senior class or upper three per cent of the Junior class is required for membership, which is by invitation only. Other bases for acceptance are charac- ter, personality, and promise of future success in the field of OFFICERS business. - H Beta Gamma Sigma each year awards a scroll to the highest llfesident-. -"-'------"- -'---- R Hymolld lwhittflkcl' ranking freshman and a gift to the highest ranking sophomore in FwLT'PreSZd8nt """"""' """""""""' K Tack Mmgluy the School of Business. These awards are made at the June com' xgsswmnt gfcremry Illlll A,-A,-'Ab-A - lldl ' H rrnlhwl . HIFCITE Fulk mencement exercises. L ccrctfzry-I1'easu1'c1'... .,..., Prof. hlartha Xl lldgllllll Two Hmzdred Fifty-one Gll H H0 0R -PD-.f Reber V if JOSQ f Boker A Gornggu Behrens Qloffes gchn zoff Lebngjsmos gigs BromEggrgMori0,7 EIS Lupin nwofd ' Milf ef Bmb , Gerolog Sydell G QOref C .Org OW ne V ross Offlrys 517 gr-.4 MCCLJIIL, TON, G10,,5 Affvold Hop I ' So Lo 5' Pol 'Wd Men mo' Hema' 5-'shuk C E mon, Efh 'esle ' Gfoffne P ' E Q-ff' 4 'l Eff, lit: ,. ZWIZ ,f.,,. .iw Q, .,. . yi, 5 +L 1' E ' , OF F I CE RS pr,,Sj,1yng A,,,,,,,, ..... .... I i ohcrt Baker Virre-Pre.5-idgnt, .,., ..,,.... C harles Schnerr ' NI ' El' ,Secretary ........A -....---,". 1 HUOH 50 " ..,Barbara Owen 1 reasurer ..,..,. el WGSS 1 Wait Q56 Grmg,-, Le' Smffh M Doris R ' ' OWU' Welchlslegfn sfffifi Roberf S 1 lorig WOlerAfOnZO gifffo, . 017, "Literary Open House" programs are presented by the English Honorary Society in the Browsing Room.of Sullivan Library every other Thursday throughout the school year. A "B" average in English through the sophomore year, courses in English beyond the sophomore year, and a general scholastic average of "C" are qualifications for membership. - The society strives to encourage scholarship in English and to sponsor extra-curricular activities in the field of literature for the student body of the entire university. The organization has con- sistently provided the student body with opportunities to hear speakers discourse on certain specialized fields of literature and drama. Highlighting the year's activities was an all-university convo- cation with Carl Sandburg, native American poet and author, as guest speaker in March. . The English Honorary Society which is a local organization, founded in 1930, annually gives an award of two classical books for excellent scholarship in English. It also traditionally fetes its new members at a dinner meeting, held in Mitten Hall clubroom. Two ,PI1lI1'd7'I.'d Fifty-two FRE CH H0 0K Kxvli LV 'NOW Gio iii. we 1 0 hi Q .3 ' YN Herbert smith' M 'XXYO Gul lfil XQQXQ ' veomonl vm F gg9CiKTNGO 1. X'lO!fi BOW . gem' MOV US . , Boef, he FyQflKZ'0YONlSl0l, DO Avis ngonlgclk Bean J prom A Gro V edwe' The Fr . y ociety is composed of members of the advanced classes in French who are invited upon the recommenda- tion of their professors. Recommendation is based upon both class- record and a desire to use French. To give an opportunity for leadership, to appreciate French culture in its many forms, and to provide an occasion to use spoken French in both organized programs and social activities are the pur- poses of the society. Since the organization adopted an honorary status in prefer- ence to a social one, it has taken the prize at the Cultural Olympics. Members helped materially as hosts to the high school students who came for the spring French contest. Plans are under way to continue sponsoring two French orphans. Meeting programs include French music, French games, speakers and occasionally a play. In November Dr. Smead described in French, with the aid of colored slides, her trip to France. ench Honorur S Two Hundred Fifty-three I X i 1 X OK NNCCUXNQV' DO' Q Gemxdingorx yjgn Naam. i . e WOZO Thoffl I vin Glove Lglswodh , .... ,., , ,.,...MW"f't ! -:.:. : " ' ,. gg, af 3 3, .. -M XI-L ..,. 5 :gl-.:,. - ii - f 5 .5 , ir --.,.,.,. wg, . ,.. . : .,. I , X ..,., Q f i :.: 'r 4 ,., , M . Q 715 RW? Q i r' Q ' grgzh' - I wg ig . ww 5 - " . : ' JV' ' ., , ,I-I , J ,P fi saw, if . f warg '- " :gil 145 . uf-.. ,..l K , . Q -- .4 f ., ri .... .. r:-: as :':' r 1 f 2 8 +..,g OFFICERS P1'e.s'i1le-nf .,.......,., ... Vice-Pr1'.vir1e71ft .....,..,.,,. lft'007'IH7lffj Sec1'e1'c1r'y .......... COl'1'L'.91I0'7ltIi'7lg Szfcretalzy ....... :l'l'f'KlSZL7'l'7' ,..,.....,.......,..,........ . d ,,,. ..,,.L fr .....Ax'is liair Judy Krauss Adele Strauss ......,hiiriain Kirk Holi' Knight H0 on RV econ Donald Benningen Wallace Nagle, Janef Andereck, Jack O Eyerisro Giove, Marvin Greenbaum, Frank Greenberg, Marvin Murray Herbert Armstrong, William Baldwin, Leonard Barkan, Greenberg, Bernard Grizeg Henry Hochsrrasseig Bernard Samuel Barong VWlliam.Becke-5 Henry Bischoff Benjamin Bond Horowitz, William Jordan, Frederick Kain, Edward Kelly, Wlson Brown, Wnceni Carasella, Carmen Cuiluran, Clara Howard Kline Wayne Koegel Deilyg Rudolph Franklin, Percy Fukushima, Anihony Garfuso, ny' .' if - a ' 2+- ,Q Xlwgp-q.,, W , I W , ,fgrzwzw e..-.,zs,,-,. .,., r , , R.: F,-2 I ' , 45 QLI' ing" wgwoefa PFI Bclll' r O' onflld , Nagle '- uilct' A, xck 2-Ifin-vfgg' ' -W wdcfb Y ' ' ' J 111 wt ' N1 11 1- fa? ' JM-k A - .yiefll f ,. -- 11f'ff'5'p Mffzwlvf F -'f'r-fr . - 7"' I Iflcg W1 trH.l ., QUCIL ff .. , xllr" :l','f,ll TWU. H undfe d Fifty -four TI GS CIE Y U Y P QOUJU ljorfnchl Roxlmon gen! EXAQEO Wqrregctix Nimerigsgn RGm?5'gQvid RO LOYdv Pufek CO Gul llocke ' Pdbepn Kxplimf V wo' X One of the oldest professional scholastic societies on the campus, the Honorary Accounting Society founded at Temple in 1930, is pledged to promote a professional attitude among account- ing students. A Prominent men in the field of accounting are featured as guest speakers at the society's monthly meetings. Among the speak- ers this year were John Hodgkin, C.P.A., of Price, Waterliouse Sz Co., Lawrence Scully, C.P.A., a partner of McConnell 8: Brididen, Certified Public Accountants, Richard Entwistle, Jr., of Silk: e XL BGVOWGQOYQE gheskofgkauiief. Amon SloeQdO' wxiemexh cries XNoY?iNl'xlChek . Xef' QAOYG' der Ch BOW noel SCOVK, H?0mG5gKrNesgOfWQxi1ff'G'l' MNC 5xoQe' Stern, gba 0 . ' 10 Cgofdon rbeft 'gsbelg' ,eXXo,XNlR2iX4, gxeelel' XQZKMGU Wei lngel LOmQGQGVld Prem, Webev' ' C vi, XX wmboenimixomdv gxgmm ihggenrexd. Turner, Crook Sz Zebley, Certified Public Accountants, and Charles Stricklery, C.P.A., assistant treasurer of C. Schmidt 8z Sons, Co. These men spoke on the role of the accountant in management and present day accounting problems. I Dean Cochran of the School of Business addressed the society at their January banquet held in honor of new members. Each year the society presents an award to that senior who has earned the highest average in accounting during his college career. Two Hundred Fifty-five PP PHIK PP Robert C Mfff en Erie Ehly , mmm on Horwirz, Lowr GVYCS Lev C"7fHer : f a i.. ' i ' Q V ff.. 5' 9 1? .W i . I '.:5' "' ' -- ---P ' ' "', . ' ' -W' ,I ' fy '-P' ,-,-:- 4, ::: , .E ::, PPP O F F I C E R S ...,,,.. Robert Miller Presicle-nt ......,....,,... Vice-Presizlwzl' ,,.,.. ...... . Andrew Tryeus Secretary ..,....... .,..,. E dward VVulclma1'n Treasurer ,..,.. ......., R obert Campbell Wy Siegle ' EdWor d Wal dmon f Wim om Vwrzneberge fi To promote the cause of education by encouraging men of sound moral character and recognized ability to engage in the study of its principles and problems is the purpose of Kappa Phi Kappa, national honorary educational fraternity. Special emphasis is placed on scholarship and professional ideals. . Monthly professional meetings include such activities as talks by guest speakers who are prominent men in the educational Held, open forum discussions on educational ethics and problems, and ' b f ternit mem- informal reports on educational advancements y ra y bers. Alpha Alpha Chapter, one of 11 chapters in Pennsylvania, was founded at Temple 24 years ago. The national fraternity was organized in 1922 by two professors at Dartmouth College. National headquarters is now in Washington, D. C. A scholastic average of "B", with at least six credits in edu- cation or the recommendation of the chairman of the student's 7 ' 'site for membership in Kappa Phi appa. department is a prereqiu Two Hundred Fifty-six PHI LPH THET gf cl gesn elf A Bam , Smith, -Solo. , D xr Vow Lomozott, Prom GXQUG LQVQUI X , x SW 50 U U5 Q gms, O sew rome rrflon' W Ylom0kir'g?heX XNOSSQ X Borthglilxgn-m Tome . 'MS' BG rf!- I Goes Eygpvogue an xNo'oX'oe ffl Q POUX VJCTGGY oo. Hem A yxxovle' Cohen' bww. NNWG s Milam Ylelbedrvio Greenwreffe losexllq Bixdenflloclnfgioves' Ixxixbxdomof LO , OO y O Q6 f'kf25'?isl P ,W " .Em ae 5maeg?sw' OLSZWI Sita Geo' Willie? pyeorxeg Ummm 2 A',' ,, l Phi Alpha Theta sponsored an open forum "Should the United V States Increase Aid to the Chinese Nationalist Government?" as f one of its activities, with speakers Dr. lvlorris Wolfe, Girard 4.: College professorg Spencer Coxe, member of the American Friends Service Committeeg Chi Fang Chung, and Andrew Liu, Chinese 'V :-: graduates of Shanghai's St. John University. The forum aided in furthering the national history honorary fraternity's purpose to arouse interest 'in the field of history, to raise the levels of scholarship, and to recognize those persons outstanding in the field of history. During the year a coffee hour was held for prospective members to become better acquainted with the details and purposes of the OFFICERS group. Musical entertainment was provided by a pianist. 0 Before-students are invited to your they must have the fol- Presidemm-mp Saievetz lowing qualifications: better than a B average in 32 semester- , , ,, ,, , , , Vn.e-President ..,.,,. .. .Joseph Behr hours of history, and at least a B average in two-thirds of their Q I t A WI. . other Work 1 core ary ...,,..,..,,. ...... 1 ' lYTI?IlSUI'!?T' . .... . Two Hundred Fifty-.rezfen ens .. irinm Hipple ,. ,Samuel Shull V , 29 PI Mll .C . f .af I. . , pr fl Sh,-ffey N. Sc flfmonl " L, I E' GOldber Q' fc treats arxx s Wefilwo . 1 iid? if fl ar L 'T' saffsargf K it fl CW sis , ,. ,.., . .W af. . ,. 3 -eip., M.:i:,?ff2r a .,, . ' QQ? 52 . Za- maxg I, 'fx '-Lf xv: V. nf. ' ff?"- 'Q 1fi2f5Qo"gflmw5 QQRQW i, 3.5.2 3 f ? iv, i ' I ., 'ai 2513 if ' if at N - f if .za .. i a sf wc, ri " ,WGS ...M ' ...M -..q.s,5i aa 5, .. if Lfrfrf. 'frm rx" 'K fi" '. at-" f .,:Z..iS.:gi.g - 15 J. -'f "3.L.:1.g,f1q' ,, , fra A Q 1 1 :u 1 . f Q- vs -. :?f:2if?3F1'i".l7f . rm 1 ff -n ew s.A,,.:'1.z'Q" 1 - , frees.: 'fs 'f:'-- ,, 1 J a.Qf.f'1 ' 2 22 .,a,gy'p ' g 11519 Q, Hamet F - . Ofmo n ' l , Maxine Lib OFFICERS P-resirlcni .,.. .....,.. . , .Shirley Sllechtniun p'iCf?',PTl?.S'iIIC"lLt .....,. .,.A.,... E l:-:ie Goldberg , .Ruth Elkins Harriet Forman Sl?!7T6tU'T'1f I'7'l'l1S7l rrcr. f77Of7, Jean M0901 Esther . :Che 17613 Eve R N CSe 5 - . . N-J Pi Mu is .a music honorary society for Women who have reached their junior year and have maintained an average of "B" or better. Each member must be approved by the faculty of the Music Department. Maintaining the high standards of the Music Education De- partment is the purpose of the group. This year the girls have held cake sales to help them support a school in France. A Freshman Punch Hour was sponsored for freshman girls of the htfusic Education Department. Highlighting the year Was an open forum with the Rev. Theodore Pavlidas of the Department of Sociology acting as moderator. Other activities of the organization included parties and a Christmas dinner. Every semester Pi Mu gives an award to the girl attaining the highest semester average in the Music Education Department. l Smith is their faculty advisor. Miss Emi y Two Hundred Fifty-eight I CHI ,HH " ' - sr a ig- vw WQQY. Notion Zac "Q" , Welllmonl ., 1, ,.,- , 5 gngleh mchoni sv Rosenlhox' ssl,-r -.uv -- V. mGnv vue t QQQVXOV Rich . wwe' Ngmom f- elsif- Howie' PMDYGXJ ,. M., L, : - W Incorporated into Psi Chi, honorary society in psychology, 'f e ' in May 19418, the Psychology Club, founded in February 1946 by - 1: - H ' Dr. Harold C. Reppert, has grown in three year's time from a A655 -- local association into a vital part of a national organization. To stimulate interest in the field of psychology, to provide incentive for better academic achievement, and to sponsor social activities and fellowship is the aim of Psi Chi. Authoritative speakers in the field of psychology address the regular meetings of the organization. Among the list of guest speakers for the college year 1948-'49 were Dr. Helen Hunter of the Veterans Administration who spoke on "Opportunities in 1 Psychology," and Miss Gudrun Odegaard, an exchange student OF F 1011115 in psychology from Norway whose to ic was "Ps cholo in , . H , P y gy Preszdf11zt,. ...,......,., .,..,.. H erbert T. Siegel European Countries. View Pr: sident H W h . I I A ,- . , ,....., , ....,... a Social functions of the society for the past year lncluded a ,gec,.f,m,,y vv..,-v-.,l E Isavbelrrsfiopiing Christmas Party, a picnic, informal parties, and the annual banquet. Treasurer .,...... ,,,,,, C 313116,-ine Brown ' Two Hundred Fifty-nine TIRLI ANATUMIC l Mor,- Remy' Snyde I7 C N Cohen, ggafzimgvirney R, h efd ' 'C o ec BeHfoRrZfihQggl5ernO,d B G 'Hon fQer , mn. , :om Gormeb E' in 'fl 4 'jg i H,f' ,3,fli yfg' -was V, ,V -,f, y ,. M: OFFICERS President ..A......... ..,. , .Martin Snyder Vice-l'J1'csidcnt ,..... ,..,., N ort 'Whitney Secretory ...,,....... .,,..,... D ick Shaw George 1 Jgh Mille r' Hardin C Joseph gghfloword J 1 ecffhq Ofhlm n , 50,7 1 A401775 BS,-nord e"'7On, Levin, Having just reorganized after being inactive during World War II, the Stirling Honorary Anatomical Society is again ready to take an active part in the extra-curricular activities of the School of Chiropody. Limited to male students who are in the upper one-third of their class, the society was instituted with the purpose of aug- menting and continuing the study of anatomy and supplying mem- bers with an opportunity to discuss matters which would be beyond the scope of ordinary classroom work. Papers dealing with anatomy are read at the monthly meetings and a discussion period follows. An annual award is presented to the student attaining the highest grade in anatomy. During the war this prize was personally awarded by the advisor, Professor G. E. Harford. ' The society, founded in October, 1931, is named in honor of Warren Stirling, M.D., who was professor of anatomy at that time. Two Hundred Sixty TUDIE T ASSISTAN - QYQ' Doncld NNexsb 116011 Aomeb Yin swell' XX Cohen' 30 J , NONE XM' l" A , f if 7 lldnon' -b 44,, ...is-1. if -' f i -. , W gs M I 5 1 :5: ,:,. A .:- .1 --,- f, C251 Instituted by Dean Boyer in 19418, Student Assistants IS the most recent addition to the student organizations of the Law School. . . . . However young it may be, the group can already point with pr1de . "" to a successful career. It has solved a long-standing problem, per- "M plexing to both faculty and students of law. As its name implies the group assists faculty members and students. Grading interim examinations and aiding the planning of future examinations are the services rendered the faculty. Student assistants endeavor to accelerate orientation of new students to the many special problems inherent in the study of law and law examina- tions. They also aid students hy guiding them and instructing them in their courses of study. High ranking students ofthe senior class are selected by Dean Boyer for membershipi in this group. At present the total of Student Assistants is limited to five men. 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I ,f U , i. 1 M., 3 gfpf: 5 a I fi, lrqfap-Jj3?'9s ifvggiif at M 1 1 'f ' .1 1 lr 242-911453 ' 1 .ffl . :.j?3'lLLif,:5?5' " M Q sf I ,na 2 ?a9i'rf"l':,:b?g.' J, Q 'pr b - W A 1-fzts-fsu? if fi'--rf? we 2 " 68 5 vi f "ig 1 wc., as QW- -' my -. ff ...A . ,,,.,. . .W 3. -i k hyeibet N oraafgifn am. L65 1 . HaYTY 2:33 S xikivhgobert Myer OFFICERS President ....A...,... ..,,... I rvin Silverstein Vice-President ...,,, ........ G crald. Margolies ,Secretary ,........... ..4.. N orman Engleman Treasurer .,.,.. ....... S olomon Gibbs Alpha Zeta Omega, National Pharmaceutical Fraternity, was founded at the Philadelphia Col- lege of Pharmacy and Science in 1920. The fol- lowing year Gamma chapter was established at the Temple University School of Pharmacy, the first officially recognized fraternity in the school. A. Z. 0. now boasts chapters in 19 schools of pharmacy throughout the United States and Can- ada. Membership in the fraternity is limited to male students with good scholastic standing. The pur- pose of the group is "to form, maintain, and ex- pand those principles of association, friendship, and cooperation which exist between men having a profession in common." To foster a competitive spirit towards scholastic standing, A. Z. O. presents an award to that member of the graduating class having the second highest average in all classes. DELT fi I , Q V .- --P. . V xrgs-.. , i' y .,., L ff gi fm- I. ,L ft- If Q, N-...Q A A 7 . 8--xktff L . , . N ,V N . , - - . . - OFFICERS Prr'sirlr'nI ...,.,,.. ,. Virginia XVilson Vice-P1'z'.s'irlcwt ,.., ,. ......,.., Ruth Landis SlfCTl'fH7'y ,.,.........,............. . , ,Glynn liisenhard Corrrfspomli-ng Secretary ., . A,,..,.. Irene Wrhite 1'l'f'lI-S'ZLT'!?T ...... .....,A...,.. .. , .lean Pratt A new feature of the Delta Psi Kappa activity h' f a basket- endfz this year was the sponsors ip 0 ag r ball game between men and women. In conjunc- tion with their alumnae association the girls car- to aid the Davie Clinic. ried out a project Delta Psi Kappa social activities included a Founders' Day celebration, a Thanksgiving dance, a Christmas party, and the annual rush party. embers must meet the required Prospective in scholastic average, be a physical education student of at least three semesters, have leadership abil- ity, and show interest in the field of physical edu- cation. To further physical education activities and to romote good fellowship among students of physi- P cal education are the aims of Delta Psi Kappa. B55 s 5 H R1 B is it Q7 fs- wasnt W f pwriw' wages? f , 5, -.Q 3543-ZW-L at , ,.,T-'VY B Vlrgin. R . 'a Wi Glutlz Landing Son Je ynn Eisefllla , an Pratt r r, 1 y Peg 1-Elsi 5 yljigglfgl as IS rene Wilife ,i ', - 'W .N M H W X W ' F 2 1 mfszfssz i,, , 1 ,, ie,,Es,,, H - MW :essex Two Hundred S ixty-five . t 5 I 1195? Blgorin gyiscxllil An5yewS -. if: iw ,lg- ifisiif if -.Vt ,I - :fir -.is .-' 4, 9 avr , 4. V . sg y six' mf ' E H f.f3dTli?'-ii? 2 in if 1 11 NV pa--:,M.,,s,j'r .35 f IE' - -f1:,, 44.231, 8- -L: r,.ss,,. ,. , Via., Sf ff, Y , i if-Elf? fff1J"1g5" N .A M il, 1, ,,.L i L.., .. - E... ., S I P F ss 3' I 4' , zihqf. I we R . , W , . W, 'ii 8 sf SIGM CHI J eaileue . S Allen X xggliherine Halxc 1' .sri ic M,- ,,,. Two H uudred Sixty-.fix OFFICERS P1'c.s'idc1zf ,....,.... . ..., Judith Bates IjiCl?'PFI5-5'lI1L'IIf .... ..... .,...,. . . . Helen lliagnci' Iiirfcordiwzg Sf'cv1'e!ar'y ..,.. .,,. ,.,..... P r iscilla ltlorin Cfarrea-3110111157151 Srfcrctrzr-z1.... ......, Lnbow Yonkovig 1i1'l?K'lS'Il7'l'7' ,,.... ,... ., . Jeanette Andrews Delta Sigma Chi, a professional sorority for women chiropody students, was established at Temple University in 1946. The group maintains a well-rounded social and professional program for its members. The sorority sponsors an adult evening chiropody clinic on alternate Tuesdays at the Martin Recre- ational Center as its major professional activity. Socially, Delta Sigma Chi has a full roster of events for the school year including the Chiropody Ball which was held at the Broadwood in April. Dean Gertrude Peabody was given an honorary membership in the sorority in March. Delta Sigma Chi awards a cash prize annually to the outstanding woman in the Senior class who has a minimum average of 85 per cent. Dr. Rae Dougherty is advisor. LE Un N O IVFICTIR R5 Prrwidvvzt .............. , ..... ...... ld 'ranklyn 'Weiss I"ir,'z:-Pf'cside'1z,L ,,... . ,.., Howard Rappaport Sccrfflrzry ,......, ,.....,....... I rwin l-loginan j'Tf'l1SIl'l'CfI'.. .,,.. . , ,..David l?lI15'Ill211'1 Galen Pharmaceutical Society includes men from all fields of science, including bacteriology, biol- ogy, chemistry, and other sciences associated with the preservation of public health. The organiza- tion was founded by a group of Jewish students at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1911. The society has a large active alumni which, though an independent unit, Works very closely with the undergraduate members to further the principles of high scholarship endorsed by the fraternity. The alumni group is composed .Qf prominent leaders of pharmacy throughout the world. Galen, which won the Pharmacy Alumni Show Award in 1948, presents an award to the third honor man in each graduating class. Samuel Elkin is the advisor. Two H mzdred Sixty-seven -mf?',3QTi'i'?f"' v- ,- if 51. Ifygfs' Q, f, wrswyjr 5.ff:,3gz35E, is ,,, ,,,,,s,., , . , ,. son, ,, .rs sw I 5 ,X rf- ,r ,K-,,a..,, gf. 1" gig t 1 xv' zs,'.1f"s' ,gy 151, '-X - :-'QQ-35,1 a ,ww , f .Maw ,Y bv ,ta--Us , 4-itifffi-75? flwiil .. 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Williamoggfgg 011 Klein IJ urd H: pt Iovsk gig fig s sid my Lubeqlufz Geo?-gy gdcs Alb C Cain ert Perkingf Alvi .sanfiky eyn Silverman sig fy Smith Salim 1 Off' N atliai, igfaclitenberg MP- Elkin Um Vslfy Gerald Mayan Anthony Monaco Ll ack Lingenecher Alfred Mattcra Peter Arxladio Vincent Bianca Michael Bilton William Brady Edmund Chesney Franklyn Clark Cletus Goble Calvin Connterrnan George Cover Willard Cox Rcynold Dandrea J arnes Davelll J ack Del Baugh Richard Dershcm J oseph Dzwonczyk Clarence Everett Steve Fedec Elmer Fischer J ohn Folrncr llaway Yohn F11 rd Gable Richa J oseph Gartland Carl Gruver J ohn 'Hinkle J chan Hocher Francis 1-lughes Lester Hurwich Edmund Jackson Patrick Jninta Wilbur Klcintop Andrew Kohnt w' Krnsson Andre Kuchernb Leonard Charles Law ul MacD onald Pa J ohn Mahoney pp Pl., T 'wo Hundred Sixiy ei h ' 9 f J, . 5-fL"9'df"I1t Icg-D 1 "6'-Vlrlpm . r,r,1Hm.y T - '!'11.x'141-5.,.H sf? .. Umm . 1 , l Nfl-l11tl10nf, .xjggflf-:ill ' 'A--- L :wk .' ' Hag 1 V. A113-Elhgencchet C Bfutiern ge ff? ,S is V , V .:f':j- yifffjkiiggggq- X ,HF ,K We W Fw ssl 3 'fir - me f"'w:.-- re. , . ,.l,, . - , ?g,ae'g1H'1S53Q e r ,vggaxgl , ,, 5,.,. , , L P I ,- ' " Z' gil 1 I. W Qaiiifi 3 f 'E l 1 6 f as ' '- fa .fj3Q,F"5'r1.I.' e '? aG+,:.Wf if V' H' .L 'M -:- 1011.-:'5'v'H5i,f diff", AQ eww' r Q1 Q e X 5 V 'L 581 M' VN A' - f JR d' "Q H E W Z in R N'NfWf f.. ' 'L' '22'ai:"f'f ,EH ,1 .. wiv! at , rf 'wkef 1 ,V Kappa Psi, oldest and largest pharmaceutical fraternity for men in the United States, was founded at the University of Virginia Medical College in 1879. The Beta Omega chapter was established at Temple University in 1930. The purpose of Kappa Psi is to promote high standards of scholarship, a professional attitude, and fellowship among undergraduate pharma- ceutical students. The Temple chapter awards scholarship keys to all members boasting a general average above 90. The national organization pre- sents a gold key annually to the student with the highest average among the scholarship key re- cipients. Kappa Psi, under Advisor Frank H. Eby, main- tains an active social and athletic program through- out the school year, climaxed by the annual Spring Formal in lVIay. RUUICQ M F az-kj Jalcxillllflwartiliiy -EIYVOQ 1 artin John f Maschme Wf11famcI5jg11g1g1fn Vincent Me lchael gllomas Miniltga jgfV10ckch Vincent Nrsjfer if-ilrtlzur Peugla. Osgry Per,.05g1no D D11 Presto enlli Slay' 5153223 an ey R s Sandlglimouskf Franifi Sea-FPEIIQ Homex Scerbo arlcr Scheffer Mal VS Sfrhisler Colm S l fra Sharp- manger Sercmiah S , Hhford S ffllth Jgillssell Soglth in a idk Paul S S-DTOIVIS R ternez- J olsigsil Swanger Cragp Vavra Wiuivford Wallac .rohn i?,1,Wi1s0,, E Cha151eS gZf10wv Leo Y right r. Ebipsuga Two H 'zmdred Sixty-nine Meryl M 'mhffelli Guy Jdlfazza -Vel' , , 4 'Y , is g -a , l I .C CYUIUP V xr Qgglkitter Tania Yienuxng , Exim Gflggs I in ,S COHVBYQ D09 brlllo Mafy Fa '15 v f 3 r . Shlilf'-F xxui-gQlxln5kl K1 Doloxigcassio 1 Bei' x Markunw J em Morris lfdis YHYHCH A L0uise'Y'g?1tsbY Yatflcx? 'Yeti , Cafulcrxngvq asklew xliz Amifscm 'l-levfslfi en - a , glliss Francls ic it in MBD PPA SIGM Two Hundred Sefuenty xx X 1 OFFICERS Ilff'-Yi!Il'lIf... .. .. .. ,,,,, Virginia C1-unlp ,. M ,U l, I . h I I :cr I 1461116121 . , .... .Pauline Ritter l 'H n 1 . Sccrelfzry.. . .. , . Llgxa P1C1'll'llllQ', ,, A c 1 71711-VIlY'l'l' . . . , . . . , ,. . ., Inez Griggs Womeri students at the Temple University School of Pharmacy realized an eight-year-old ambition in the fall semester when Alpha Alpha chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma, national women's Pharmaceutical sorority, was installed at the school. In 19410 the women pharmacy stu- dents founded a local organization called Rho Xi. This early group formed the foundation for the installation of the national sorority. Lambda Kappa Sigma was founded nationally at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1913. It is the oldest and largest-2500 members- pharmaceutical sorority in the world. The group is dedicated "to promote the happiness and useful- ness of its members, and to create a center of en- joyment, friendship, and culture." MBDA SIGM PP ? www f' F fait? 325 rf w Wwxa at fifjfji 1 51252 'Y yi' fu 1 t K as 1, ei efgjs ?ini?f 5: stages i' 1.-4 ---' 1'-,A V1 apex, v K, ,Z - wwf was ""' 1'-s a-Qifs1talgir'f. MFEWF gg? 5 gs fu.-5 -5,-at atv , 'Lx .Gu wafgft 6. .X-fm ow':m.fw", .,. , .L ' 9 sl ,E ra f t, l, qv,-, , Kaz- 2, Q 1 ,Q 22- , . 1 :YWWSV , .sq 'f',,v-ifffji Q I ,F 'Wf' ' -f as fs v,ef'a,,izs1 is , Z si .A , .. Af iN,5mM,,,1f 3 2 f Q 3 sa, sw P N Q sm A 1 iff ri ' Qs W 'G f 5 sf 1- P vw' gg KQMZEK K4 I J 'c me Q f 452 A-Z S 4, Q' Qs ' OFFICERS President ..... , Hllorton IjiL?C'P7'l'NilIE'71f ' Secreflzry ..,,...., I V I I reasurer ..,, . am X g , boasts ' d' ' and other pub- L bda Si 'ma Kappa, legal fraternity man alumni among the Ju 1ClZi1'y Y ' h those who have achieved lic offices together WV1t prominence in private practice. Undergraduate members have been active in moot court activities, ' ' t -1' and in outstand- with the Temple Law Quar er y, ing service to their respective classes. founded at the Temple Uni- The fraternity was ' ' f TE t versity School of Law in 1922 to promote 1 A er- ' ' ' ' the students and 1111115111 a11d scholalship among h l d its '77 years of service graduates of the sc oo an .. testify to its success. To keep students in close contact with practic- ing members of the legal profession, Lambda Sigma Kappa conducts a series of lectures during the school year which feature:-outstanding justices and lawyers. Tabas .Julian Kohler - Sidney Brotman .lack Rosenberg J Jgigjshkabier Narhl:-,R I-azarow . SCIJWUHZ Jq b Albcgrf Qfchfman Chqrfes wfgglnen er l Tico H zmdrfd Seventy-a1ze ge Geiiliam Hsgizlfaiix X W ada? G'E,tasfs'1 Eiynald Lgghey Richard Adams -Wulialn Yau Bell 51 '14 iff. V 5 r P H I L P H D E L 1 fa-f'lfY'.Bfg1f'5:5 " , "',,'1,5"zf23f ig gf .. ,'.fs.53,i pig-Q .Na A alta. f figifi-:g,W" Y f. :x 'fiigsix gr'jFbsfi J' Qt 1" 1: U , .Egg gum 41.52. va ljg H: Eg wi, K' 'X " "I ' 'A " f 5, H,f',1, K 1, rf a Q ai iii if "P W 2."2a'f,ij'Q '32 , ' iSgQ?,Ss,,'Jf'. - I - ' f , 19, .fg,pg.kg5m,,.. - l .ri 31 fv 1, Y, v x ,Vs .1 if r ff., V ff ff2+,3f..' V-ra:-af. , 5 .Ma gysgf' 8 W sr. 'siYvG'4,',H e.:.'i.'-f 'Silt ,l 1 - ,., I Q -fl ' 1' wh' 1' 1' J Q iz. .- 1 iisarse is ,N s, ..,,,,,..y,,X,, is S 5, Schuh ed edeflck kinflel K BeckCYt 1eS 'a ggi-agClSC?x::3:E1'llH Olivegs Convery in Jam ,E,a'Wcel.l.,. h lshhxert Ffieavc o . bf-IY 11105 Got lllxortce Ggidgditclh JI Wmiamgerbsleb J amiian jgoehlxert 'HEY , v L Q B. Fredeflckdoix 5 elm Lee ' li NicholaS Matho Carl Meligggcia Alive? Mcgartv ggi? Mhonew JJ: 0 7 . . J oh? 2 xgiigixdorter W3 S0 5 Cf John 9 Cqgfariey tm 0 Ygbhert Yeacgf: Vict0Y Yygfalls liiilffi Weitzman I OFFICERS Prcsiclcnt ,....,.A..., ,,..,. G corge Schubert Vice-Presiclent .,..,. ,,.., . ...,, lf Villiain Hcefncr Secretary .,......,.,. ........ D onald Lelirkinflcr Sf'1-casurur ...... .,.... F redericl: Estcrgren Members of Phi Alpha Delta, national legal fraternity, can boast Preisdent Harry S. Truman as a fraternity brother. The local chapter feted aonther brother, Mr. Justice Harold Burton of the United States Supreme Court, at a banquet held at the Warwick. Installed in 1939, the Owen J. Roberts Chapter lists among its members such prominent persons as Senator Francis J. Myers, and the Honorable James P. lVIcGrannery, United States District Court. Members of Phi Alpha Delta are required to be second-year law students with high scholastic aver- ages. Chief purposes of the organization are to promote an active interest in law, encourage social activities among active members and stimulate re- lations with law school alumni. X A V 1-.mfgirggyg new Ax , MU t I ,::v,,v,'aL 4 'mfr 1 ,wigs i ' si -' E i g'esQs2,s,Sx S ,Ax ,I OFFICERS Prasidevzt ...............,.... ....,,...,.... I 'lerbert Toll Vice-Pre.s'ident A...,...,.,,.. ....,.. Y Villiam Gottlieb Recording Secretary .,...,,..... ,..... I 'larold Dymond Corresponding Secretary .... .,..,.. ..,Alhert Rose Furtherance of fraternalisui among students and practitioners of Chiropody is tl1e principal aim of Iota Chapter of Phi Alpha Pi, national Chiropody fraternity. Besides hearing many speakers prominent in the field of Chiropody, the Iota chapter held frequent dances and dinners last year. Foremost of these was the Chiropody Ball in April. The chapter awards a full crown fraternity pin and guard each year for the best essay on a chiropodial subject. Dr. Frederick Fiske, Professor of Surgery, was elected an honorary member of the group i11 Feb- ruary. Dr. Reuben Friedman is advisor of the chapter which was founded at the University School of Chiropody on Nov. 1, 1929. 'f wma 7- f, les: JM! , r efllard L . aid BElI'lc05vm Ragland Berger Davisn Cohen Felder W'11' I1-Jinlaf Gottlieb prom 'iilfjyllner ' 4 Il eon Lu beck Sl1e1-ma J0Seph H Mendel Martin gsggctmaiolln el' l l 5, Q o L, I, Two H undred Seventy-three 'L' -ff, . Y. mf , , , J A.f,s1iRf,5jg so .im f,1..f.?i A f -vfit, 25 ' 2' :ES-1 r f sgaizfw' 9 rr- J' Ag, :f ' 'ff +1ipml,ga,'.' ' f f ., yi :s'Fl5'I,ni j , i f 1 --fi-?! 1. ' is f W , ' 132' : Q' ,'s'?25'iMi-iii' if fl VQf':E"3 zA' x was l . o. 535551 -wif? wfjvsga, , . sg ' ' ',.t,-,g sg-we .Y-,.,.,,l.1i yzf ,va v izj.-,gift-3,1 : ix? 'im-ff, . ,Q if , . ,wma X in it gf 'A 2 "-21.1 asf' lf:-J., :aim has :ay 32' ' el? 5 oliiieglg aceliur Qetiige Pgtgxeiael RaY'90nAb1,ott F'a'll2 oaiiahfm Jam . 1 fiilll uw Clem cY 2330035 cglgg-xcyei Edwald Girard Viof'-e"t G0-,do Clinics 1-12.193 Wyilxam X li Goof se Sixggjxfudaen iillndismeiavickow Y wauxaga lifgm, Jr. awe ey li?-Dhades Kean el . ' if Augustuae gxiux RHYWOH nef Donald Tfoy W iliiam od David E396 J oS6'9h law' sf N , K .mm-gwffs., . , ,, . ., .. ,S , . is 1 I -1 gg r , ' K " f ' IT -we r:1Q f-1-fi K sl . If-A21.fs ,sr-f,f:5.g 3 Liga sg ' 4, ei-,5.34-s-fr.-,fvfzw-NH, at ' WSE "I ' Ysfiiigeij' 'pl l Two H zmdred Seventy-four OFFICERS Prvsifleyzt ....,.,. ,.., .,,. . . ., ,, . John Stively Ifecorclmg Seoremiry ...,....., ,. ...Ruyuiond Seidel COI'l'U-9IJ07I!ll'?l-Q4 S0c1'eff1ry , .. ...,.,, James 'll1'llCCy T7'l'H.9llT61' . . ., .,,, ,. ,,., . ..,. ..George Armour Conwell Inn of Phi Delta Phi was the first legal fraternity at Temple Law School. Founded in 1869 at the University of lVIichigan, it has '75 chap- ters with a total membersihp of 37 ,000 throughout the world. To become a member of this fraternity, which strives to promote a higher standard of profes- sional ethics and culture in school and the profes- sion at large, a man must be of good moral charac- ter and a law student for at least one semester. Also, rigid scholastic requirements must be main- tained. Besides "The Brief," a magazine which is pub- lished quarterly, this year the fraternity had many interesting activities and programs. James Ver- gari and David Fitzgerald are the fraternity's advisors. PHI DELT PI ,A 1 3-er li y , . - .,., -wa-'-.sf it ..f-v sfgha.. as , H a t , . ig Q ff..1'?f'w'P : :, 2 ., " .. Y f b .. of f 1,1 we Dorothy l M'l1'y Schllm ' Anne game Bra an , -Evelyn -'J M 1-jan Bigllle Ia IUIII . Ex 3131? gg? 2111 enstein Cihalece Buclla Eiz Carter Q F1 abeU1 G D oz-ence Grrafiy 0 C L H C11 011136 agerm Bette Pginco an 7' S t L-sf.- 2 N-ILN. , W Jil OFFICERS Ijrusirlmui ............ Dorothy Schumann Vicz:-Presialevzt .,.,.,.,.,, ,. ,Mary Jane Brady Rccorrling Secretary . ,.,., ...Anne Yeakel COTTI-'S1J07l,Ilf71g Secretary ,. Evelyn Highley Phi Delta Pi, professional Physical Education fraternity for women, is considered a top active chapter of the national organization, the National Fraternity for VVomen of Physical Education. And active it is, for last year it sponsored cake sales, picnics, and parties, besides its outstanding event, a dance to raise money to send the gym team to California. - All women Physical Education majors in good standing are eligible for membership in the fra- ternity which has for its purpose the development of leaders in the physical education field. The group this year awarded two scholarships to ,a hockey day camp to two deserving members of the hockey squad. Mrs. Anne Evans Huth is the club sponsor. , Ag:-J .4 Y s L -L2 1 l NH W 6 W. F uf' Mr V ,Y -I is l Jean R . Ma ezd . J-Cal:-VSE1ll1Sl'el. l . J Ju UUE ' if Iregi '?i1I9fiI11- VV Ilhaynson Two Hundred Sevcniy-,five EYE' 5 fs43.,,ls.1,.s,., pq' -4 4 gl-sg" 1:"f"j55g't-2,9 L?,,N,,iQ, Q Q ,Z A .Wa ,M 7 s s if , 1 if .ga,.5sM!i?..5a?f . 1.4: I H:-gg .xg if lil , 1 I 112 1 I , 1 '?iQ't?i.?f amy.. ,fm-,Af , 5, , ,V .1 Bi :Ls sq- . ??5ef?5f is lwmmswsa 'K .a 'Z..:1,,J1 i.,?"?.L '31, Q, ,"LFf.L- 2- 31 'L-B'f',' L -gif is ss' 'iff 1,fa'L4w ps .. W V. 415' 29 ' . . zwjigfij-a'1+T, rw reg 5 - gs 22:5 :sg :s.1s:s-.sir . J'-.v,5?m,Ef 5- 'Se-1 , L' ' X' 'wgsfefilesflls ':-We-Hi'-W Qimiggfuf ...lf r. L , 5, 5-if 222325 63233 Wiimfi:aGHafV CY E in . MV GY Manning H aes' X' tall in Eagles 5 ones 6 65 He'51l0l3'M0fm'e Yea ks Wg3iiau2T?K3,boS , 1i,f,S'waQWebefaeY 'll am xg-:velett Young Two Hundred Seventy-six OFFICERS President .,...........,.. ....,.,.,.,...,.. E rle Ehly ViC8'PT6Sfd87Lf ..4...,............ ............. l 'Xndrew Tryens Recordivig Secretary ........,....... Richard Rutherford Corresponding Secretary ....... ....,.. L arry Villalobos Treasvzrer .,...,...,....,..,.,......... ..,.., E dward V eith Phi Epsilon Kappa has the distinction of being the only national professional physical education fraternity. Gamma chapter of the national fra- ternity was established at Temple in 1921. The local chapter oiers many social programs to its members, as well as providing training opportuni- ties in the fields of health, physical education and recreation. The fraternity sponsored a subscription dance during the fund-raising campaign for the Temple gym team's trip to the National Intercollegiate meet. Entrance in the Temple "Fantasy Fair" Carnival resulted in second-place honors for the fraternity's booth. Medford Lakes, New Jersey was the setting for the annual dinner-dance in June. . My 3 , 1 - :Hifi ' W Ill za s1.,.,.w.m 2' -g , .,,f: '. 91 ?Sv.f'2,Mlf'A ws " . 1-1 . 21532 J Q J 7 I ' ' Sllvwaicfy f ew 1' fl ,r Q we f F r 2 its sz si , Qin W A , hz gg, 5 52 H' sg Q is fs .... r :.: , f E45 ,z il A r ml IEP .: - L' L- A li f3'5wT:2?.. 'zv:::,fQ1S xr 4 . . K ,QL 'TQ :la-.. V, ,il r,, , rs.. . . xii-in OFFICERS Presidevzt ..,..,,..... .,.., G ertrude Kubach Vice-Presirlem ..,,,, ,...... .,.... i A lice Zuikis Secretary ..,..,...... ....,...,....,.., . lanet King TTCGSIIVTZT ...,, ,...., W inifred VVilliamS Epsilon Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu Sorority differs from other sororities in its number of pur- poses. It has seven: to bind its members into closer friendship and loyalty to 0116 anotherg promote high scholarshipg encourage participation i11 school activities 5 uphold the interest of the University, and further interest in civic and professional en- terprises. Founded at Temple May 18, 1929, the chapter annually awards a Scholarship Key to the senior woman student with a major in commerce who is graduated with the highest scholastic average. Ap- plicants for membership must have completed at least six hours of commerce work and be a candi- date for a degree or diploma in commerce. .4 1 I Gertru . d X'V111if,.ecf Ilfffllmflch J nna Ben I Ullams Mffllet Dayydlf I . I nam Hipple I if .,g' -KH, th 1' J V- YH K. 1 B scliirilkgl bflch IJ1lJ'1lisJplgf?'P1e e mm "'. Wim "' f Q I t sg sa A Two H undrcd Sevcfzfy-.wveu . 1 T Georgia hghiciii Dona A- g 4' ow 1333 Siiwmsw Howa Kgneeh J OSCPP . ' 1, . Micluewlc dwm igcichfiid 21521 W illpiix Whi'm6Y NOT 0 Pl EPSIl0 DELT 4 ' 'i Two Hundred S evenly-eiglzt UF F I CE RS President 4,.,,......,..... ..,..,., G eorgc Miller Vice-President ..,,..,. ......,, D onald Zichichi Secretary 4....... ., .,.... John Harding Treasure-r ,.,...,. .Allman-t Heller Most important event of the year for Pi Epsilon Delta, professional fraternity for men in chiropody, was the acquisition of a new house. A special fea- ture of the house at 1806 Spring Garden Street is a well-equipped laboratory facilitated for making chiropodical appliances. Monthly professional meetings are held at the fraternity house. Outstanding speakers are invited to lecture on new developments in the field of medi- cine and chiropody. With the advent of the house Pi E. D. has been able to offer its members more opportunities for social functions. House parties lead the list of ac- tivities. , Founded in 1921, Temple's chapter of Pi Epsilon Delta has the distinction of being the charter chap- ter of this national fraternity. . r ' ' ' " ' Q ' fs ' .r f r ss5,,sst.,'.2s'L,T, .rf ,-iis,1iQ?sL2liif231'WE . ..e2i,,fisi1i,s' ' 11 K. 1-sf Q, 'W if '1s".i2,,Lff ,, an- 5' ?i""1'?'f?'h " K' OFFICERS President ,...,. ,.4... ..,.....A..A. R a y Wliittaker Vice-President ...... ..,.. 4,.,,.., R 0 bert lVIcCaffery Secretary .........,.,....... ,...,.. .....4..,........, M e lvin Levine Corresponding Secretary .........,.. Andrew Kevorkian Treasurer ,..... ......................,. . .........., G len Simon Sigma Delta Chi is the only group in the United States which brings together all of the members of the journalistic profession. Founded at DePauw University in 1909, the professional fra- ternity now has 51 undergraduate, and 35 profes- sional chapters spread throughout the country. Through the use of seminar type smokers, the group brings together successful professional jour- nalists, such as Luther Huston, of the N. Y. Times Washington Bureau, and J. V. Harris, assis- tant Sunday editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, with aspiring student journalists so as to stimulate the students to a greater appreciation of jour- nalism. , , ' " he .,, 4. ,.,,. rv, if. skim? ,. 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S tanlcy Schlesinger Vice-Presiclcnt ......,. ..,,,,......... A lhert Fein Secretary .....,,...... ,.,.,,. F rederick Herman Treasurer ....... ,,,,,4 L eonard Rubin To encourage scholarship, to train leaders and to foster legal ethics are the purposes of Tau Epsilon Rho, international legal fraternity. Dur- ing the war years Nu Chapter, which was founded at Temple in 1934, was inactive but was reestab- lished in 19446. Luncheon meetings coupled with lectures by prominent lawyers are held monthly. Moot court arguments, review sessions, a I-Iall0We'en Ball, and Christmas and spring dances round out their activities. The fraternity presents three awards including the Cardoza Memorial Award given to that American who has done the most for the bet- terment of race relations, a certificate of merit to the student with the best scholastic average, and a medal to the best moot court team. s- 1 f4'W""' + H4-1w"M-,A M 5 M g ,Q - W a ia, sf as - fi U'7'x E'- N ' 5 1-sz 2 , I ep' Ui, OFFICERS Presizlent ............. ,..... D iana Lemonoff Vice-President ....,, ....,.. E ve Saievetz Secretary ..,....... ....,,,,... . .Dot Kahn Treasurer ..... A,.,. C aroline Yeager Aim of Theta Sigma Phi is to unite women en- gaged in and planning to enter journalism. At a fall coffee hour given in honor of all Women in journalism, Lora Stone, alumna member, discussed her duties as associate editor of Country Gentlemen. Ada Rose Campbell, editor of Jack and Jill, was guest speaker at a coffee hour for members. 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'f Keri i l l H 5 from reC0Vele lCirkpoxr'icl4 navel QQOYQQ BQGUKY TPIE TEMPLAR opened its oflice door early in the summer session of last year, and refused to close it, even during the Christmas and Easter vacations. The ceiling lights, both 'of them, stayed on late into the evenings and burned out twice during the year. One afternoon, the radio, acquired in '47 but of '33 vintage, lost its volume control with a blasting cry. The lights were expendable and the radio was investigated by a psychologist from WRTI, so the staff adjusted their green eyeshades, and pointed their collective noses into the sunset. Somehow they saw a theme in that particular sunset so it was captured and held in the tiling cabinet until press time. Somewhere between March and May the Philip Morris representative stopped sending cigarettes Cgnlesl ' Two Hundred Eighty-four Esther Schultz ond Vero Kwotchko liked oll of their boss' jokes. 7 so the staff gave them and food up for Lent, and settled down to selecting a cover, and writing the insides . Professional school editors were summoned, in- spected, and stamped on before being given a small bag of boiled peanuts and orders to meet a 'ithree day hence, or else" deadline. They "or elSed" appeared two weeks later with plenty of infor- mation, no peanuts, and a monkey on each shoulder. The monkeys did the typing, an ex-actor took the pictures, and a sports editor ran a beauty con- test. Otherwise nothing particularly interesting happened, and the year ended with four overly out foul' Russ Carpenter spent many hours deciphering his plan sheet intelligent editors stepping quietly ,separate windows. Ground floor ones. and Henrietta Follmer checking Faculty pages in the dummy. Debby Lemonoft hunted up delinquent Seniors hiding in Mitten Hail. of-if '-iysfmr we-I , ,gi si, 4-wi. ,sw-gy, s ,amiga-.r j,gpfSggWe.i 55,55 Q w w- ' I - ' ' A - isgwefkm -gs--s - - 'L 9 , Q., 12521, Q ,. we 5MQ: i, . ,V ... .egg t ry 'Bag -543, mn'-,. ry' t ag-Q A' In v QQ! Milli' - 'F- Q ' FW' is n W 1 . f Us, f it J my N 'Q .. -' vias , Ps: ft, ,ft +wX1:.,,. Q55 '?6ff9:t,ja"1v-A555--2,',.'5 YQ . Two Hundred Ezghty-nw wmitaef X-'-'fri " 1 'Pl is E swine? V-3 ' N gp 3 f Joe Lee let George coll signals in the office. - ,,,,...... ,. .,,..,..:,. .4- Zi e Q - -M -W Li fi -- -,A fe f-' -3-4-'-fe - .!. .Q""', 'H QV", cz my : :FK-f ga, le. gg ,z-.gl'Mg53,A 3 J X . ,Y 5,5 W ,y if gm ,Wig-25,2 AQ'- 2.Qg,fg+i' ,QYQ5 'f-i.qf:e -rw Hr: .- Qg.,2wf, CU' is if -'L -'i?rSS-ff?-'mn ? 1, W, fr - 2ei'e?fz1ii9??55'??E5f2?S, -. kgs Y 'E 'f-1,e'e,..2f??iie e ' 5:4855 ,. ? f f5w3LfQ'1f'f f2jeP'f,eiggi' 1+.kqw 'e+Q:,s? Jim N. 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Q wfflv sfandordp roi? of all LU W Stud 91715 rr rr rr or ,gr niollv efficient Smllon 1 E 5 coUQ Bill Brown' monege' KJ, Ni- St ern Wqtcl'iinQ Bob Berber, WWC lbum- . on G direc'fOff mme Milt Holmes, program director, l-lerm Gordon, traffic manager, George Kirkpatrick, assistant con- tinuity director, and Stan Goldstein, continuity director, filling up the office Bill Clyrnan, Dove Rosen and Blo Gever checking new contracts. nche RTI ,a',,Agf'fL rift. r- vis' ,r--',:lf' , --J, ,-:L , N- shfrpa wt.,iXf- v if ,,.. -41, .wer JT' ws ,riffs we of 3 r W, .A X,?,.s3 5, , fm? -w1.,efQ2fri'-?3!,g,QfJlwftn if if r x Era ,ag S f--5-lf- SX. '.N,,s el .NM ,. J. V. ow, ,nf ve.. hh. e1l?r"f f3 l .frxlg , . , . , l if 2 ,, ft'fal'f' f " X gr "-..., K ,s if r, ti l 5 'T' Lei ri we D jf' ,M er'r' ff ':343qg1'3Q1,3f?ZWI W ffl Ei, 4 AL l , yzgrifi..gs?Ziw?hT'2fi-if'?ilf3 if r li 33:1-?.',.,gl Jolla- 'E in 'f'2?23S"?fifPT ' X 'l?35t,."gll"5f,l7?3:l iff .47 M fp f OD l'7OU1-ycfn 9, Und , out SUE 5hOok, chief EWS COst, engine-Q5 DUfffng Station 109- Entry into its second year of operation gave the young, lusty voice of the campus station a smoother more sophisticated tone. It added a 12-watt trans- mitter to the 7k watts already in use, and aimed them both at the University with a varied list of entertainment from quiz to classical to comedy. Formation of the Philadelphia Inquirer Inter- collegiate Network brought WRTI into coopera- tion with the Swarthmore and the University of Pennsylvania stations Selected as k t . . ey s ation, VVRTI took charge of switching network pro- grams. A regular wire was installed to Cedarbrook where the Unit received its piped programs in the lounge. The all-University convocations were carried to y special wire. Music from Havertown Unit b J- lx Yak-Yi ' , i -,E 11-, , w rn 'A iirnx' i sig f' .V ', N ' mr wzzrrw 1- mf-,. I fir. is -hmm' K f S ' . -in Bgb Fe fd I Chi f Dffsenfilnounfec H e souodmonl fgzjfxlfohfberg RL ry 1 Q OH 0 lldghsigeinberg ond T W ed irgig' 1 ' 1 've Y- AY VY A 1 1. dances and proms was broadcast to the campus, giving the stay-at-homes a Cll1ll1C6 to hear the big- name bands that visited the campus. Qdfnififig the ctor Al Sher explaining D e iZ. rocedure to Eve Soieve Mr. Roberts, Sher, Sheying, Shook, Gordon, Goldstein,'Clymon, Brown, Holmes, Rosen, Feldman, Barber, Mr. Davis. Herb Wile, Al Sher, sports director George Frick ond Jock Keiferer doing C1 oloy-by- ploy from Temple Stadium. . Full semester Editor Bob McCotfery ond sprung semester 'M W femple University News this year extended its coverage to the lying units such as Community College, Pharmacy-Dental and the isa School. A staff of experienced student editors and fledgling reporter combined to put out editions which reflected student thought an publicized University affairs. special emphasis on complete photo coverage. Circulation was ir created to 6,100 per edition with requests for more copies coming fror Cedarbrook and Havertown units, which also had their own weekl newssheets. Fall Semester BOB McflAFFERY Editor ALLAN ROS.INSKY ANDREW KEVORKIAN FRED BERGER Sports Editor Managing Editor Business Manager ELAINE SERODY M1?g:gfliQLGE1LQSTI DOROTHY KAHN EVE SAIEVETZ or City Editors Unit Editor DOT ANN O'KELLEY PEG COLLINS MURIDL STEFFY Telegraph Editor Asst. Managing Editor Librarian Repcgters: Melvin Levine, Lester Auchmoody. Glen Simon, Edward Zumach, Mitch Pgsjniegikqogohn Praksta, Henrietta Follmer, James Long, Kenneth Rhoads, Sports writers: Stanley Slome, Alvin Hornstein, Frank Wundohl. Cartoonists: Herbert Schwartz, Robert Royce. TEMPL Q' pigs e i ii" I ie was E ,i , STANDING: Dot Ann O'KelIy, Unit Editor, ond Henrietta Follmer, SEATED: Dot Kohn, Editoriol Writer, John Proksto, ond Eve Features Editors. Appearing regularly each Monday, 'Wendesday and Friday, The modernized makeup employed last year was maintained, wit Spring Semester ELAINE SERODY Editor ' DOROTHY KAHN ANDREW KEVORKIAN ROBERT LEVINE Editorial Writer Managing Editor Business Manager EVE SAIEVETZ-JOHN PRAKSTA, Feature Editors ALVIN HORSTEIN DOT ANN O'KELLEY Sports Editor Unit Editor MARGARET COLLINS HENRIETTA FOLLMER Asst. Managing Editor Librarian MURIEL STEFFY KENNETH RHOADS MITCHELL ROSENFELD City Editors ' Sports Writers: Stanley Slome, Frank Wundohl, Alan Gross Reporters: Lester Auchmoody. Glen Simon, Samuel Schwartz, Ronald Richter, Meyer Schwartz, John Nuneville, Donald Robbins, Victor Damiani, James Long Cartoonists: Robert Royce, Clifford Fischenberg EW Irrr TO RIGHT: city Editors Rhocds, Stetfy, and Rosenfeld. Stoff reporters. In addition to its major purpose of alerting its readership to Temple doings, the News also delved into public service ventures with several crusades. "Operation Football," a drive to better the V me-' University's athletic programg editorial backing of Crusaders' fight to "'iii send the championship gym team to Californiag the presidential straw vote staged in conjunction with ICG, and editorializing on the Red Cross bloodmobile project were highspots of the year. Other News innovations included a Beowulf cartoon series by Cliff Fischenbergg "Broad Street Banter," a weekly column by Bob McCafferyg Frank Wl1IldOl1l,S humor column, "Something for the Birds," and increased sports coverage. Managing Editor Andy Kevorkion ond Peg Collins, Assistont Managing Editor. STANDING: Oppenheimer, Sports Editor Al Hornstein, Spindler, Slome. SEATED: Gross, Wundohl, Kushner. fwowkfl X -J fag raised? fgaefa 53555 in 525 3 NE? 1 ,f vi e f A 'e Erik, rr bswyjy at I aw 9' . W 4, seared? ' 3436 :Q EV 1-'lkfggg lg R is ?'3,fQQg+,. S., Q Q ,wig Q aQ'iif't"f' j X Q' Ht . X '-X - 5' ,j---2-'.,,::, -' ,' . 'Q ' U ' Q as - Q, Q - ' q ' f -.V " I . ., Q: , 'Ei:41i:E:.- . - I - 4. , , '- ai... ", ,.::.:w agsg-if . , ,F ,s.:.-Hfa. -ggi.. 7 1 'lr ' Alumni copy gets o triple check from Editor John Proksto, Bob Povloff ond Eleanor Soicse. l I For the first time since 1942 the 30,000 alumni of the University began receiving an alumni magazine last fall. Anthony Matuliewicz, Business '48, worked through fr l .Q - . flzwgl o A jaw 1 1, f v- 1 -, W 'E N u L.. 1 52-gf-5 ' P 5? Q 'fl K if 1 A l gi? . 5,1 :X ' z gifs cgi 's .Aw 32 AZ STAFF Editor ...........,,.........,......,.....,.. John Praksta Business Mawzfageo' ..,......... Stanley Hoffman Photographer' ,.......... ...,..... li Iartin Zipin last summer resurrecting the publication, and 3,000 copies ..,::? H were printed before the opening of the football season. The newest addition to the family of University publi- cations grew to 8,000 copies for the next two issues. These were mailed to a selected group of alumni to determine the reaction of the graduates to the magazine. flves E, H ' Alumni response proved that the graduates wanted a I publication in which they could read about their old friends, '-I1-.,'.'::. keep up with their alma mater, and have a common meeting A ' ",' o . 4 -. - , ' . ' - ""' ,'tE:E jf? 1, place. Exccutne Director Ray Burkley took this as a go zuz ahead signal, and made plans for a bigger and better magazine. The General Alumni Association appointed Robert Pavloff, Business '47, permanent editor in the spring. He replaced John Praksta, Business '50, who served as student editor for the second and third issues. Two H mzdred N inety-two LEFT TO RIGHT: Kupfer, Dockfor, Linn, Blakeslee. THE 0Wl Witli the advent of the new year, The Owl- student campus magazine-undertook the third phase of a long and distinguished service to Temple University undergraduates and alumni. The Owl, with its March, 1949 publication, became a gen- eral magazine. Prior to this, The Owl gained fame as a college humor magazine. Publication was suspended dur- ing the war years and with its renewal in Febru- ary, 1948, the staff produced a top literary niaga- zine. But throughout, The Owl has maintained its goal of bringing to the student body the best works of Temple authors. For its successful effort in the face of maj or problems arising from policy changes, The Owl. has won a Vote of confidence from all Temple personnel. LEFT TO RIGHT: Lesson, Mr. Brynes, Bonaduce. ., -- +25 2 - '12 .: -, ,, . Eg 'I Ri f fe' 1 ' ": 3' :.:.-23-"s: ' fi' . d e si .. , E : -ai 2, .,.,,,. . ,,:, Y- ' rss X19 .N ' Q " H 2 -., - ., ..,.. ' u t 'Q , Q . Q ..-.., : 'WP' ., f :.sae:: i f .:,.:, ,,. STAFF Editor ..,.....,............,.....,.,....., Robert Tiasson Zllmzagivzg Editor ..,.....,... Rollin Blakcslee E.vecufi1Je Editor ..... ., . .... Stanley Linn Literary Editor ......,..,. Joseph Bonaduce Business Manager .............,.... Jerry Kupfer LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonaduce, Sherman, Rickles. Hahn, Hall, Sramm, Solomon, Herman t . . Ballet Koch, Dram' 'YXUOY1 Cphenr SC Mrs. TWO" ko. ' Ernst, Oehrocblm Leone' QSWP tb Edel5WllROW' Bhndeim ' Xro 1 O ' de, Herge W: Metro BACK RO RG The main change in Gargoyle publication thi was the decision to adopt magazine f card the newspaper ap '- the first ed' ' ' s year ormat pear ance 1t1on ll and to dis- , which has been used sincc 1 1947. Gargoyle is a combination of a regular newspaper, reporting Tyler's news, and a magazine to be used as a medium of higher literary expression. This gives the staif members an excellent chance to cover journalism, from con- cert reviews to discussions of fine arts subjects. This year's six editions gave all of the staff members a chance to contribute to the art, layout, and photography of the magazine, as well as to see the regular business staH in action. But the success of a publication is the acceptance of it by the people who read it, and by the enjoyment they receive from the reading. The Tyler students are the read- ers to whom the publication is slanted, and their praise is enough to give the staff an incentive to maintain a con- sistently good Gargoyle. T 0YlE wo Hundr d STAFF Editor ..,............. .,.,................ J ohn Oshchypko Literary Editor .... ........ C elest K. Leone Associate Editor ...... Edward Hergelroth Business Maozager ........ r.., ..... S e ymour Blinderman .,,. ,. Q ' ' -' ' .' ' - ' ",'- ' 'ei e N met - y four BACK RO VV: Pe Home Jackson Vicjhn U GSH-Qn?' Olilgisbefgi O'BI'fen HO d , U l r , neu' Gershenfeld Rgwf Schlegsn' Tfecinnick 1 SHCI porfo gen' GUl'nnffl kinds 1 VGILISI L 1 M rf Heefne Ehf- fi . IZ G3 Vfnikoor ROW: B - 1 Gfgene' GO,-bGUSll'1geC Cato . ey mo, Becker, Temple Law Quarterly is published each July, October, January, and April by student editors chosen OFFICERS from the upper-.quarter of their class. Student editors must Editor-in-chaff ........,......,.......,.,..,..,....., can Melone have also submited an amde Worthy of Purbhcatm' Executive Editor I p H H Paul Beckert ltlaterial contained in the periodical is submitted by Business nlanageyt'-jj: Lehrkinder prominent judges and lawyers as Well as students. Articles - tBusiness'jlayguagerbmm4mmLi0ne1Gumnit of trends and specinc phases of law and legislation' are written by the men in the field, while the students articles W egg cover legislation notes and recent case write-ups. A por- aw tion of the Quarterly is also devoted to reviewing of books 343255 Q of interest to law students. my gi? H gg Q Prizes are awarded to the students writing the first ti 5 V5 and second best articles on legislation notes and recent ,Ri ix . bg ,rf case wrlte-ups of the quarterly year. g Temple Law Quarterly has the distinction of being one of the few law periodicals in the country which is published by a student body. The publication is now in its twenty-second year. Bertram K. Wolfe, Esquire, is faculty uarterly. A ss is t an - ., .,.. .3 4 i:a::.::4,Qasa.::: 6-stag.. :gage V-,airi .:s32'f::::, has .' gf A P , - ,, --f 1- .HTS ,. w w-a f :.:.:..',..w::.. .: . 1-we-L ,.. -. ' s ' , '- AP' ' ' I' s ' ' - . ' . ,' Q , 0 ,. s " ' fir 0 25231 ,nw gi: N S? so 3 ag? rss f 32? s .s kg ff' 5.2 'EM 2 I wo H 'zmdre advisor for the q d N inety- five J 77 :fUDUgiEYT Hb,1xu 4 ,L B5 . Staged by? an Clemfbfl L T cClmlCa1 H Y 1 Kaxxixxlailxzgdggliclallvln PCC Dirgci1O11 by TEMPLE UNIVERSITY THE TER UNIVERSITY THEATER STAFF Di1'1:ct01's.,, ...............,...,.........,....... Paul E. Randall David L. Kaplan Joe Zimmermann Technical Director ,....4.....,.....,...., Clemen M. Peck Business and Promotion Zllanagcr M. Harris Schaeffer A Pciul E. Randall, University Theoter Director. TEMPLAYERS OFFICERS P1-e.siden.t .,..................,................ Frederick Litrenta Vice-Presidvnt i.,...,.. ........... W illialn Cohen Secretary .....,..,..... ...... C urolyn Katilus 1'1'l!ClS1L7'K?1' ...,.., .,...,... B ernard Kane Sta John Ggjsworu 1 TCC1l11iCgl1 ii!-Clif. Paul E. R331 H ,C 1011 btv ' Zi emen Af. Peck "THE LITTLE FOXESH By Lillian Hellman Staged by Paul E. Randall Technical Direction by Clemen M. Peck Junloa CLASS Elkins, Townsend, E4 Elklns' Rice , ONT ROW: Purnell, R. H bas Kulcnyclsvr Mozerf Welss FR . 'kTev.Of - ons ED!2El:Q3d3VlY'lellme?cgl'1l, sghoepske, Freeman, Nllshew' C' MUSIC EDUC TIO FOURTH ROW: Felton, Barclay, Baker, Martin, Fredericks, Essinger, Lottman, Lucenti, Kayak, Shaerer, Ryan, Cronthamel, LoManora. THIRD Jobes, Schyer, Wagoner. FRONT ROW: Naylor, ROW: Hoffman, Yoblonsky, Piyengoff, Pollack, Mor- Reiss, Woodland, Goffney, Glantz, Beard, Gulliford. rell, Giomo, Bray, DiJulio, Levin. SECOND ROW: OFF I CE RS President .... ..,..,.........................,..,, J oseph Nlj Vice-Pre.s'idc'1z,t . .. Jean N Se!-rgtary BIRYIHC L11 fluzasurev Herbert N FRESHMAN CLASS , NVQ, .DCf1GCl'llmgn L. 1 IDDraf1, Formqn, Cmtheor DEP RTME T CLUB Q glwzfgci fgig lg J R L 2 wiwwif W3 lglggq iw Q l my Fi gwfiii New 2 mg K 5 lg! gf? ' - i ' . 1 . , tin, ,. egg? HW XQ: i, J 1 muy? f miwwli Vaffsywxiyr SOPHOMORE CLASS T, Myerov, BACK ROW: Lowden, Muschek, Tecco, Bretton, Weiss, McLoughlin, Fleming, Rothschild, Guzman Coldwell, Kline, Warfield, Cullen, Kuykendoll, Bour- DoRoimor1di, Gloss. glout, Finn, Corveth, Szobody. FRONT ROW: Kirby, ..-A '5c'nC995ke garter QONQS mon, . Team. 6 Weiss, MCWXEEZ' QEENQRECQQIARSNEIV rxxlisilrens Woodion 'Nos IXAQGQHGWETS' Fnc . d Toney' . 'ds 'rt mu ' UDDI Townsen ' v0bNOUSW'Cilifhli0- Eileen' iii-imlen. Swbgdl' ,men lobes. Cullen, Nl H Sochivl Murrow , Colbert, Egsin Weineff. HgppenSieDfZenQo'vt. BACK Vsgwaenl 5hU5ifgGTower,DZgSl?tj', Borclfwf Keiyer, O OW-4 Flemlkkh Tifllll FOURTHlxXiAschel4, UGC e EOUWQSY, Chief concern of the University's Symphony Orchestra is to present enjoyable music to listeners. Only requirement made of prospective members of the orchestra is that they , OFFICERS be able to play their instruments with ability. Pmszdent """""' "t'"'""""'A"""""A" L Yun Sclwevske Secretary ..... ...... ..... ..4..,,,,, A 1 b ert Sachs Two concerts are presented to the student body of the Ma,w,ge,. lllhr blrulr. A mAbe Wveiss University each year, one at Christmas and the other in the Librarian ..,.. Ellen Townsend spring. The Men's Glee Club sang to the accompaniment of the orchestra in the Spring Concert. Traditionally the orchestra supplies the music for Founders Day and Moving-Up Day. This year the group ' "t: 5 also played at the Music Convocation. V uu 9 Social activities of thc orchestra included a party in .,... the fall and the annual Spring Dinner. ..... Awards are presented to members of the orchestra, A silver key is awarded to members who have participated in zz' H the orchestra four semesters. To those who have played . digg s. vlu gi f, in the orchestra six semesters a gold key is awarded. 1' Three Hxmd1'cd BACK I QOW F CX Holger FIFTH ROW- BFGHQH And rews H f L JOOQS . My 1 Sfreei? 1 ers, Dennis gpwden- FOU ' Geoff. RTH . ' MCLQU ', ' H5-55 P Qhllrq T 1 f Qrkelj ' Y ooh, Q fnger 9220 Sfurdev ' Ondfs FEffe Oni, A f' l'VOr0,-,k C Dflv Qefbou ef 55 Ord 'fn K CON 'Sf Edwmds egef, FROAQT Row, R , Ucko, ROW: Afife, Hefgerp I', , I, lVlQf7, OFFICERS Formed in 1946, the Owl Band has proved itself to be Director ,.....,..,..,.....,.. ,..4......,....,..... I -loward Chivian a necessary augmenting unit to the larger Diamond Band. Assistant Director ....... ................ A l Sachs Considered as the junior varsity hand it supplies the var- Liln-avriavz ................., ......,..,. Bruce Pahk sity with musicians when they have become sufficiently Maviagrev- ...,. ,......,.........,.....,..,.. R onald Zandowski trained for skilled college band work. But the Owl Band also operates in its own right by performing in pre-game and half-time ceremonies, and by N filling in on the large Diamond Band formations. Home- , coming Day's parade saw the Owl march up Broad Street Viiii with its own color guard, majorettes, and drum major. The main reason for the founding of the Owl was the over-supply of good incoming high school musicians in the . University, and the lack of space in the Diamond because E of the seasoned college players. This situation caused a wasted waiting period for the beginners. The Diamond is now steadily fed with new musicians and has a reserve to rely upon, which is proof of the func- tional success of the plan. Three H imdred One Regular pre-game greeting to the stands Flutes and Piccolos Joseph Fagan William Hordis Edward Lipp Sol Seltzer Richard Steelman Alto Clarinet Carl Cox Bass Clarinet Harvey Klevit Oboes RolandlxgAoskovvitz Warren Schimmel Albert Steelman Bassoon Donald Crocker B-flat Clarinets Donald Baker H, Weston Clarke Joseph De Angelis Alvin Dubin Arnold Foley Jerry Gever Jean Hays Leonard Rosenfeld Morton Rudolph Peter Sandilos Michael Savas Lynn Schoepske Maurice Shills Stanton Stein Edward Steiner Raloh Dennis Yale Beletz Elaine Bernhard Edward Jones Arthur Beaumont Dorothy Tragesser Jack Zislis Alto Sax Charles Berkowitz Marvin Lipkowitz Irwin Plotnick Tenor Sax Howard Street Jerry Toub Baritone Sax Wilfred Rudley Bass Saxophone Thaddeus Kaminski French Horns Daniel Greene Morton Fields Nelson Muschek Albert Sachs Jacob Seltzer David Webster X George DeLong Frank Bratten Trumpets and Comets George Baird Jack Black Robert Childs Paul Cardaciatto Charles Case Henry Conrad Robert Engel Samuel Golding Donald Gordon AN Vera Jobes William Liptrot Morton Morris Robert Myers Herbert Schwab Malcolm Waronker Ruth Landis Florence Parker Edward Andrews Baritones 6' Euphoniums Henry Laken William Pugliese John Shearer David Spangler Trombones William Binns Mark Charleston Thomas Gibson Richard Heisey Stanley Howell Frank Kline Herman Shusterman Leonard Slade Charles Zeger Amber Sturdevont Mary Hilgert Carl Freeman Herbert Keller Bass Trombone Arthur Steltzer Tubas Lester Auchmoody George Hortline Justin Kershaw June McLaughlin Lionel Croll The Diamond holds still long enough for a group shot. David Standitord Kenneth Stough David Weaver Walter Sear Bells Joseph Essinger Bass Drum William Kirlin Cymbals Mary Fetter Percussion Norman Hoffman l-larold Levin John Rice Stephen Seida William Shaner Nickolas Zelinsky Bobbie Hartman John Van Roden Color Guard Glen Simon William Feige Richard Dunham Bernard Feotherman Warren Conrad Bernie Babbitt Majorettes Lois Oliver Jane Carter Hazel Conrad Allyne Kose Gerry Oliver Helene Powers Virginia Wilson , .:... .Q ' ' '-eg, 7555: .g Qfwf -H fr 'Q lx , fqilffgfiibj'-mi. Ng-.gn A 5 A N 'H 1, 5 ':- A '.-' W, .. ,N el Q L E? sku- K wal 4 I m ,:f,,fsf-s'f"Um"!, w'w,: S--,, N im K' qf'1fX"Q?5iE2wE1 ,X 1Mf2QjgQ,2yMw W -I-fivegsz ,,.m.4 .L , VE, ,, K 5' A Q H, H YQ g W- , 6556! W PX X f , wi . wmv, 1 . ' M554-5,fMf: ,. K5 .. ' Q49 aa , I Q . 1 Gw xv f 7 H7 , , 1. V - Y ,,,kw,-Nu, -. rr Wess P ro! Woocllond. Lucenle' e K hko l XN'. NXGCPOUQTO 6 I , ONT RO ,I was RGW3 Schultgex guoivixefl Skgpfgaltgcv-,n, Conlente - A Gulm 1 S LeO. K l", NS, . X ye -I NN ers, Bcrlcvfl lczllikf POlrllSdlss1gU5Un' hacker, lf HOUCOC ' Michnef. Difedol' aah W l Gown" xemeftf foND QXN1 Zum ' ' SHOW' Blelflrh C -ford, SE'-' BACK R TEV Mogmf kd Efenncn' CNP Gum Nixon, C8214 ','X'lodemhG G' Pirrotof1Of ' THNRD Rh vxqnk. 6669 ' CGVGWGUQ ' Founded twenty-one years ago, the VVomen's Glee Club has open membership to any woman student of the University. Formerly directed by Miss Emily Smith since its reorganization in 1936, the Women's group is now con- OFFICERS ducted by Miss Virginia Austin, a former member of the President... ........................,. . ..... Jean Magin Women's Glee Club herself when an undergraduate student. Highlight of the group's concert season is the Temple Christmas classic, the Candlelight Concert, which tradition- ally follows the Wliite Supper. The chorus with its candle- , . -, 2 light processional through Mitten Hall's Great Court and ':'f . the singing of familiar folk songs and carols has become i s one of the most o ular holida events on Tem le cam us. P , P y P .P The' Women s Glee Club also was featured in a 1 special Thanksgiving Service program planned by H. . -1 -:-: - ff: 7 ' rzizz :.,.: L LaMarr Rice, University Chaplain. Another Christmas concert was presented at the Philadelphia Naval Hospital, ':'::: 3 ' the concert serving as a preview to the Temple Candlelight J ilin zzz Concert. - Three H undred F our tl BACK R , , OW- HO Q . Ah t ne, llzensgn, Rumnk - er, Del N Nsllso Thompn' TOWER Sr S:heyl,nZ0r1b Burkhsilcith, MCNSIH- TH I Omelsf MCG' Hellbefg IRD Row- Sgrof Cullen ,eQor. SECbNgolg,g5LGi .Slug-Sg7bPe17xof fOrd Bolle : G erg GI Cl' C G eblioudsbcuir, 5CgOeDS,'ZRONT ESHWMCQUOWH S - I Howell e, Rice M- Q Hengej' Dlfllfff BO- 4 ' 'Ckrew' 4 Pow Ili V - A MZ, Lelsg Geri cafe Om' Wood , f, I . Deli, Palermo lglykendoffl 1 Olzworthl Outstanding among Temple University groups is the Men's Glee Club which is always ready to brighten the OFFICERS University social calendar. An indication of the quality Presiclent ..........,.,.,...................,....... Stanley Howell of the Club? Singing is the fact that the group WON runner' Ifjce-P,-esident ,-.-4A,,,,' --,.,,,.,.,,.,,,,, J 01111 Rice up honors a few years ago in the Fred Wariiig Eastern Secretary 4......... ,........ .,...,.i R i chard Carty SUUJCS C0l1Cgia1te COIDpCtitiOD. Ireasurcr .,.....,..,..,......,.......,,..,...,.,,.. iV1ll1am Daniel Under the able direction of Wilbert Hitchner: the Y I Men's Glee Club entertained at the Presidenifs Reception for Freshmen, the lVIay Day dance, the White Supper, and ,naw ,.., L all the class dances. The coveted plaques presented to the , winners of the traditional Greek Sing each year are . k,VVp awarded by the Men's Glee Club. To qualify for member- ship in the group an applicant must have a liking for popu- lar and semi-classical music and be able to pass an audi- tion by Mr. Hitchner. .. 1 First-year members are awarded a shingle, and second- ""i year members a silver key. Third-year members receive pkpp ulxyply a gold key and an appropriate gift is presented f0urth4 , :::- year Inen. Three H zmdvfed Five . 1- ' -- V-'i 35" ,- ,. 1,i:Lf?3"i7 fi 5.w5"Tff7jQ', ' fl l. x Y E V 5 532- 115. ri' .. mfr TO mee Y. B Gdmexd Qwyoh, Colowo Y . . TMOYQQSOU1 Zbindenf T: 3GnO5l4G. CED RBRDDK If at the Cedarbrook Unit of Te and interested in singinv' tl you are a student mple C, me Glee Club h you. No one is 1 eartily welcome 'estricted. The 'J ' and T " s meetings are held on Tuesdav huisday at 1:00 P.M. Alth is not ' ough perfect attendance required for membership, it is, of course, greatly encouraged. Unfortunately, the Women students do not seem to be as interested as the men in singing. This club activity strives to give the musically minded freshmen of Cedarbrook an opportunity to get together. At the present time the director is a student from the unit music department. Mr. Williams, their former advisor, was unable to remain because of other duties. The Glee Club gave a concert in Januar t Baptist Church Th ' y a the Tioga . e pieces included: Mendelssohnls "J Me, Oh God," Archau l udge ge sky's "Oh L' l ' ' "Listen to th " ig it Divine," Dett's e Lambs, and "Morning" b y Speaks. Th 'x el My WKWS' GLEE CLUB MEMBERS James Bradfield Andrew Quiroli James Calaway Gilbert Thompson Albert Janoska Hans Zbinden ree H zmdrcd S ix s as 2 is s: 2gQ . P23 se s s esi,fg,,iT22 ga? QA? 612335 F gs sg? pa? as Q 'e? 1 -2 ' :sea , 0 44 'WvfIg':.J-?h', i,,Q , aeswfswa-sve :Ml " ,5i:',,, -skis, 'f ,g1'1, if za A 2 '22 vgvzwlf if f,:'fgf:'-'wi' 22. f Q Q? if 4'e""ff?7":'f " as flag , ikamwwwfgg ' ws it' , f.' YW,-'..', N .. ,. is 1-is ' sggs BACK R OW. Kykendolf BGUOTS If Howell . Reifsn 'd Cullen, R' , MU'doieSEPSC'lOGp5ii gihoenbsfs 'H Zensofv T Weiss B' umell D7 mms, pew' ellberg- 'F Gylog Hob , owers, SYTOCEJ' N690 T K Cothcorf BOUR7-H RO as, F me, Hegsefyjelr. THIRD fggeoun Box: Gorg-,Oni Kms h , ' . ' , fo C f . usrk, Brorron W' Snyder Vqjdmon- MCLQJ KW. SEC ' MCQUOWn' Goldsromof Guzmghhnf Haye OND ROW. I Todd egg' Birch, H' Goins, Cdr swffkel, E 'EM0ffern L I reemon S Oyefl Pillig mIChOel lfkmsi Rf f fohl, TCW Chen Li, errrll,FRO - Elkms I'lSE'f7d DVTIOUI rl, Joh ' nson, An all-University group of mixed voices, the A Cap- pella Choir under the direction of Mrs. Elaine Brown. OFFICERS sings for University convocations, commencement ,excr- ident -.'-... Ilhl 'AAA.AA John Rice CISCS, and concerts. In addition to the choir's local activities. 11166, Pres . Jean Magin it has performed in the Christmas programs at Wanamaker's Secretary Dorothy Stahl and has appeared with the Philadelphia "Pops" Orchestra. During this year, the group gave concerts in December ' and took part in the annual Founder's Day pro- N 31 W glam in l"eb1u hoir also attended the Eastern esgriwggi 5 'Vlusxc Educatoxs Conference in as well as the .bags E? Culturale 101 Pennsy lvama colleges and unneis soied by the National Students Association at the Met digg? iw gg Theatre In 19411, the cholr received an award for 1tS partici- pation in the Cultural Olymplcs The A Cappella Cl1o1r has almost trlpled 111 sue dming s and at PICSCIIJE has a WVZ11tlI1g 1lSt of ' bcrship mclude plexious reading .E -f"- I , -'-- 1 X , g C5 the last four year applicants. Qualifications tor mem choral experience in addition to vocal and muslc lbility. Three I-I-mzfdred Seam Pres- .. " - ident .,.,.. .... and May , ' ' 1 ' ary. The c --H2-. '3 "qS?- . , ' . . uf ' ' J ' f ' 112163 spon- -giifl is . . . - A ' ' - - - X s , 0, ,,..,. ..,... 31 'wi 1 mln f 'X . . . 1 mf We V Q' N ' . X W f f,f?5?Q5Yi 2 .Y 'JQ it N?XZNwf"'e. I I I . .Y . if Q 1 5 Q, we Qgxrm Y I . . if , H QQ? ' A -' ' mmsyr Ev 57 kjggzlkg V : . ,.1,.. . vxnwem RUXN' y4clGlG SECOND thglofiew' risen Ci rig ,BCH - 34' NNN ook Miss kiaeidmliicobgi Elbri?howulfUCe'WGmC HONG 'f C-,refifi ' pfycei - iq ld. Schflcme ' W: lobes' Room. Scgwf widlioffiexlf FRONT RG MQSSGH WND R ' TNQQSSQV SCOW v TH - Leno. . Steiillf CGYW ' li, gACEngsOXgU5iin,,xgXC?it1QeQQ,fnion, Ccpuz Fleml ' Tulowl 5 ' Cxefnefli W The fifty-one girls of 'Wiatt Hall dormitory began the year with a get-acquainted party which took the form of a "back-yard picnic." Guests at the picnic included Dean Gertrude Peabody and Mrs. Elizabeth Sargent. Wiatt Hall's Hallowe'en Party was highlighted by gay decorations and a scavenger hunt which took the girls and their dates hither and yon on the campus searching for "almost-impossible-to-find" objects. Along with Curtis Hall and Williams Hall dormi- tories, Wiatt Hall sponsored the annual Dormitory Formal Christmas Dance which was held in Curtis Hall. In the spring a tea was tendered faculty members. Each resident invited a faculty member of her choice t the tea. Various members of the University administrative staff were honored guests. Final social activity of the year for Wiatt was the traditional banquet for their graduating seniors. Each graduating senior resident was presented with a momento to remind her of her friends in Wiatt Hall. O ITT OFFICERS President .......,,....,............,....................... Anne Scott Vice-President .......... .......... Mae Long Secretary ............ .......,.. J anet King Treasurer ..... ......... lV Iuriel Steiy ' ' , f We M. ' Thre - 515 e Hundred ' Eight Bw ROW5 Hom? Rvbwk, Myers, KONG, KUWdf0if, COODSV Keubler, Marcus Colurnbis Bennie Kschinka "T'iCh09lf HUWVWOVL 5fQfW0fSHU, D9 WOW, ROSGWOH, El1fl1QGf,l Friedland Jacalis. THIRD' ROW:l Daniels 'Ritter Kievonslvxf SIXTH ROWJ Bernsfein, Lewine, Rice, Haines, Bursfein, Souchal, Haas, Heimer, Grove, Rivera, Koliler, Harris. K'?eChFf KGFSFGHSVI CQVUUOUQH Bvwhoii, Feffef, Levin, Mack, SECOND ROW: Fabrizio, Snydeq Zangwill, Kohn, Marple, GWQQS, COOVGV, VVOSRIGWICZ. FIFTH ROW: Sturdwanf, Gilier, Wiener, Halper, Robinson, Rabinowifz, Dankie, Shoemaker. ZWe'Qf 517093 MOSQOVL 5ff5f0f70W'eZ, LUDHW, Kllnkfe, 5hOkOSkI, FRONT ROW: Stokes, Rock, Haber, Purnell, Mrs, Freund Harf- Mffnfvfe, Cflpporel, Buchholfz. FOURTH ROW: Deifch, Cohen, man, Mrs. Trimble, Long, Smainik, Reibe. c . - is . 1 dormltorles' k 1 girls 0 bloc 1 largest of tl? Vlf of the 180 Phar- . 11 tie f11'St 13 ed. Cuftls ,h011SCS of the ting yvaus remov 501-ity of ', d of tme Q I ir Separa ,Se the ma COIDPUSC , wlth t le 1 ts COUJPU on Park gXCi1aHeH5fgie11e finden to help freshmen ITacT2gnreSidentS' ,J System is emp1?2e?'6gistr11ti0n and to . ., tie ff ' Sist6T SUHFCS 0FFIChRS burn Iiartmim A 135,61-S U1r0ugh 1 annual Dfnfn ......---"Bar Greta Leviil 1101156 Elem with campgs began witli tlfien Party hlgff' . ,- t 16 l len al' Hal OWC . ho 1- ' , Dankel 011611 001:11 ca -1 tl1C Ch!-1stID-515 P,-e,9zdF7l . V..HOPC The 5 ber Wllle I The In the 7f'iv6'PT6S'dentU ,,,, Joan Benny Picnic in Selig? affgiifs in 0232311f0fmald?g?Z1embefS Secretary...----' "" -AIE ...4 lighted t11ebf?Uhtened with thi ente1,tai11ed faclarbught to 11 ref,-4-F' """" . , . . S wefff I U Cul-t1S Ha - 'ties were Treasu f-'w day' lg the 31145 oft Social actgl quet in May. f Cur- SPN' - ls at 3 Ca' - itorv an ,natives 0 1 d fl-lgnc ual D01II1 i H tl 6 represe W. A. A. - 3 23:56 with thetE21l:t1'Cnu0uS Sid? Sgo11S01'ed by :hip several Mme Olgowvling t0u""a'HfQ1 girls have Sewom "Silent tis W011 the'0 time d 3 131-ge two nd Mrs. Anne "s1110ker 1 thel Trim e' act as n 1' Mrs- E motlmer, tudy- - t 1101156 i Frei W ' Seuors- "2'WHmQfvXkf' , 'e . -.,- ' ' . :,. - , ,, .... 4 -I , ' fl N11L0 ,Tf1"gf' H""'f' 0 M -Ulfe NN' Pxceto, DOW' GIQOW M me SECOND RO wi fl on - FRONT . ef HKVGWJWG' Oppenllelm ' Buelllef' petruclsflf Q so , kr Tlulkof gl Blew, FronkowSl4H Trexleff B19 ddill, BUQWI LOC ' ' Stridlck, Flglmgzello Hmm' STGUHQY' V . pe'rrozzml.D RQXNZ OS nbu,Q,WE'55f W1XNl'u'ce, FOX THXR MBS Pre 9 BP04 RG Tmuoeff ' C RObef'YSOfl, . MC une, Mgrsw. Luebkernon, Elpem, Wllll ll This year for the first time Williams Hall has become a men's dormitory. Miss Bertha L. Fredenburg acts as . house director for the men, and under her capable guidance OFFICERS the dormitory becomes "home" for those resident Temple P1'eSid6?2f ......,-.....-,---..,.-.-....-----.--.---.... Jawk IVICCUIIC students. This' year, however, Williams Hall has been Vi06'P1'6Sid6?1f -4---4 ,----- C l121I'lCS FOX restricted to only freshmen. The dormitory holds weekly Secretary ..,......, .,..,......,.. R obert Daly meetings. On one occasion, to help Miss Fredenburg pro- Treasurer .... ..........-.....-,... H Girlz Llleblieman vide a home-like setting, the members reupholstered the xexx : , furniture in their "smol-ner." . - in Even though Williams Hall as a men's dormitory is E zzblu new to Temple, it has succeeded in getting into the swing of all the activities. The men in this dormitory seemingly a favor basketball since they claimed second place in their league. During Homecoming the house was decorated, and 4 I a display was presented at the Carnival. New football coach Al Kawal and the men of Williams Dorm were guests ' H at a dinner prepared for and presented to them by Mrs. Fredenburg. A in H Three H1 : fl L z red Ten B, M mC RC -l ,VI Uffov, K""W f't"5Uf CII' 'W' 'VI 1 . romeg glpgool, FpO7vlFS,RdSfockmKigr5efBOVV4llmon. SECON owffz. VV. Rob,nSOnoscEre'sCfrrffqr,O, Lim ROW: ' V, Moskowi 0Qofo rzf Kirk! IVER ITY ASSEMBLY OFFICERS President .......,............... .............. R oland Moskowitz Vice-President ,..............,......,.,....,...... Fred Robinson Secretary-Treasurer ......,.,.,... .,..., lV liriam Kirk Correspofncling Secretary .,.............,.. Muriel Steffy . " i . A N55 iiio as H, -six ttf W figs as e lgaaisee gm The University Assembly functions as a clearing house for information from both the administration and the un- dergraduate student body. Each active campus organiza- tion is represented in the Assembly by a delegate. Organizations and their activities are coordinated by their representatives meeting together and discussing mu- tual problems. Organizations as a whole are informed of campus activities and the accomplishments and problems of other organizations by their Assembly representative. University Assembly also acts as a student publicity outlet. VVhenever problems common to the member organiza- tions arise, University Assembly attempts to solve them. Dr. Robert Davidson, director of the Placement Bureau, explained to the Assembly that the Bureau could not guar- antee jobs for graduating students, but that the Bureau would do its best to place seniors in a position where they could learn about jobs in their specific fields. This explana- tion corrected the idea prevalent among the student body that the Placement Bureau would definitely guarantee jobs upon graduation. Three H mzdrvzl Eleven y JJ W Gomxckl Mem Bockou, O 1 BACK R , ki Hou Sherman, GUM SODNOB1 ' 500, CVGYXE: gxoblfi. Km QYNQV, NQTYTUU' b6TQf . wswm ROW' CO nberq Screod- FROM Gree ' WHDVV Because a small group of students approached Dean A. Blair Knapp in 19446 with a new school activity in mind, hundreds of students this year had the opportunity to hear both sides of three controversial topics discussed and to formulate more readily their own opinions on the topics. The students with the arresting idea were the found- ers of Temple Town Meeting. Forum discussions were few at the University, so these students decided to begin the Mfeeting, where pertinent controversial subjects could be discussed and where students could hear arguments pro and con on a subject before deciding their own positions on the matter. Three issues found to be particularly controversial were brought before the Meeting this year. They were: "How Will Election Affect the Iron Curtain?" "Have Movies Debased Morals?" and "Is Big Business Too Big?" Eminent speakers on the first topic included Sen- ator Francis J. Myers, Mr. Aaron Levenstein, Representa- tive J. G. Fulton and Dr. Corliss Lamont. Three H1 1 cd uzdr RIEETI Daniel, Stiess OFFICERS President .......r..,.,....,...,........................ William Hall Vice-President ......... . ..,.., Edwin Sherman Secretary .......r..... ....... L conard Godick ,.,: V . mqgdi P' - i Twelve Q, . W: Z k 5105, Gray, Mrs Sm b gem' Mr Re ' Od Fr MISS Gro nf 7 RUQQlero, Boehm, FRONT ROW : MOOUEV ' GUS v MOrple' Smith , , Sfohle, Fritz, gullock MITTE T ' a service organization de- d utilize the Mitten Student Board is signed to continually develop, improve, en OFFICERS facilities offered by Mitten Hall. Thus lVI1tten Board at Presidmltw-Wmmm-mm--Inmm James Stamej Jr. tempts to meet the needs of all students of the University. Vi0e'PT0Sfdff'lf 4--- '--' -"'--- F 1' a11CiS Smith Even though the board is only in its second year, the SCUTCWTH -----4----'---------'----------'f- '-'-- B Cverly MHVPIC Mitten Mixers, weekly dances in the East Alcove, are al- 1' TGGSUTEV' -4-''----4'--V'-'-'--44-----4-1L---4--"------' Claire Fritz most a tradition at Temple. Moving pictures and concerts are also sponsored by the group. ' "-' i-.-' " . . Through the efforts of Mitten Student Board a section of the auditorium has been partitioned off for a game room. Here space is provided for ping-pong tables, card tables, and checker boards. At holiday time the Grille is gaily decorated to provide a. festive atmosphere. Other improvements attributable to the Mitten Student Board are a new radio, decorations in 1 d 1 the Great Court and a coves, an new p ionograph records. , . Prospective members of the board must work as "splinters" and prove their interest in carrying out the , .,.... purpose of the organization. Three Hundred Tlzirtem QhenQ- X Duco, Nchon' FROM ow' Wow' Sclkoiiiollirzski, CMO' B' BACK lame, Wcmke' GNOSQVXCV IRC Part of the X4-wk Hepler, PirrnonO. Slow' ' h l 1 ROXN1 Sfml ' program of International Relations Club is to supply social activities and information to help integrate foreign students into college life. u OFFICERS Preszclent ...........................,.,.......,,....i... Carl Hepler In this way the club fosters better international rela- Vicg-President 4 ,,.,,,,,,,,,. A .,.,,,.,,,,,,, Robert Stott tions through understanding and cooperation between home Recording Secretary ...., ....,.,.,.. I sabella Pirritano students and foreign students. An interest in international Corresponding Secremrfy """"""""""' Mlrfam Kirk . . . . . Treasurer ...........,..............,.,,,......,...... Francis Smith affairs 1S the only reqlnrernent necessary to Join the club. Throughout the year at l.R.C. meetings speakers em- V :-' phasized the need for better understanding of the problems K and deeper appreciation of the wants of the people of the , . . . Highlighting the educational program for the year A were two trips, one to the United Nations at Lake Success, N. Y., and the other to Washington, D. C. Through these trips the club members got a bird's-eye view of the integral lzlgl A workings of an international governing body in contrast to a national governing body. iz' H . . gsgr - rf ' Iuee Hundred Fam'lecn BACK Q0 W. Staff, Nowelj L Milosevic. S560 'DQ BOll'd Bf0Wn ' EOQOI7 F ND Rf LUCOSI C1 F6051 Polk H Owf Blake iopei G'OWocCl3lS'kEe?OEkfOr, b I I efg, Zen-Ib 59 e, KUlOlO, price F UC-Ol er K S 1 ' Q - F Oflfms, Lew- : reudenp n Gcrrf- ROW R0 . . fi, C rrefi K1rlqDOmCl2f.MK,ry5OI lcfxckifgorgsgtimglll Hoieck M O I G f QC, IC OFFICE RS President ...........,..,..,,......,................,.,,.... Jack Crane Vice-President ....,. ....... H enry Bischoff Secretary A......,........,.........,............. .... E laine Gross Fred Gottfried Trezzsurer ..., ia .. a 8 ,,,, . "' M -2a aK : .: ::a It '-if I We 'ie 35355243 rgbzgx we r . Lawrence' ,OSS C f fone, G This year was probably the most successful year for the Intercollegiate Conference on Government here at Temple. Mr. Lawrence,s charges took part in the regional con- ference, where they held the chairmanship of four of the 12 committees. Paul Aloe was elected speaker and over half of the bills introduced by Temple were passed. At the state conference held in Harrisburg, April 29- May 1, 18 of the 36 bills passed had Temple sponsorship. Henry Bischoff was appointed parliamentarian of the meeting in which almost 70' schools took part. The group also conducted Senate elections, held a straw vote among students for President of the United States and showed Truman the victor despite the predictions of all poll-taking agencies. ICG offered their services to all organizations without constitutions to assist them in writing one. The straw vote, conducting of Senate elections, and writing of constitutions were all new activities added to the roster in order to make ICG an active organization through out the year. Three Hundred Fifteen . ki SOYKOI KW . Q Rev. Rolplw Turnlwllf A' XNHW n nl LOVE. OXN1 Lflcllmc ROW R , AOWQYS. F . lfvlilef W: Peifl, BACK RO WEST I STER F0 NDAT Westminster Foundation is a fellowship of Presby- terian undergraduates at the University. All Presbyterian students are members, and all other students are invited to OFFICERS Participate in the activities of the Organization, Pre.s'irie11.t ............,.,,..........,......,....,..,. Andrew Irvine The Foundation meets weekly in the Mirror Room of Vi00'P7'f1'3iflfmt 4'-'--- '----'A'-"- Fred Petri Mitten Hall to provide a common ground for Presbyterian Secretary ........,,... ....... M argaret Love students from the various churches. The meetings afford the T"C'aSu7'e7' '-'------- "'-"'---"'--- J 01111 Irvme opportunity for club members to exchange ideas, lunch together and hear speakers. VVeekly round-table discussion My on vital religious and social problems are a part of the M "'i7i fwtivities- e Foremost aim of the organization is to stimulate and V,,, ,, il l? A guide the spiritual growth of its members through worship, A study, recreation, and service. A series of three lectures by Dr. Samuel M. Zwemer, World authority on Mohammedan- ism in 1-elation to Christianity, was sponsored by West- minster Foundation. The lectures were open to all Uni- versity students. - The Rev. Ralph G. Turnbull, and Rev. 'Sidney D. :.,. Crane are advisors of the organization. Three H mzdrca Sixtcmz BACK RO W: BOUle , B 5 . or erle Casio Burkhardr L ee Leis ROW- LU , ' Dlni, G I ' I wmn, fVlCNefll, Horns St f , f CGrI'e,- Re. W: Sfef . , h .CIHOW In Old Mflfen 'CZ' C0lumbus, Fitzgerald Sr k 1 OC mon, SOCI TID A large religious organization on Temple's campus, the Christian Association is the student branch of Y. M. C. OFFICERS A. and Y. W. C. A. Also afliliated with the National Stu- Prggident ,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,..,.,..,.,,,,,.,,..,.,.....,.,. John Boyle dent Christian Movement, the organization consists of stu- Vice-President .,.................... .... lV Iuriel Steffy dents and faculty members of various races and creeds with Recording Secretary ....,..... ....,. V era Lupini a commitment to a Christian way of life. Treasurev '........ ........,.......,.........., A l Palermo Activities for the school year 19418-49 were highlighted mg by the traditional all-University White Supper at Christ- if ii QQ mas, a Religion-in-Life Week in March, the Charity Ball, Q, Q5 ig E? and the World Student Service Fund campaign held in con- Q?gQ gm junction Wltll the University Religious Council. Not only g kai 55 sg QC did the Christian Association sponsor a clothing drive, but daft its K vga it also sent a friendship Caravan of its members to New as 5 Windsor, Maryland, to aid in packing the clothing for shipment overseas tional worship services conducted by ' 't Chapel at Thomas ' ' ' mto ii ri ig iwsgizlmfi gg, in fa. 5 gig 35253 sit 353 members were held 111 Hall After the services, the associatlo groups to study the basic teachings of Christianity. ig 331 df ed Seventeef y . ,, - A ., - - - - . . . ' ' ' i ' ' ' - i ' - " Weekly devo gif' , I 4 the UHIVCTSI y , . , f ' ' n dlvlded ' U ::5:s- 1 ' 2 1. . A . . , -wtf.. T111 ee Hun ggyle, . ken l-O5km?mn'T OVW'- , Poulim, PO' I Freervw - Ghee, DGWmSRivdevOfW' Booker VON- X-Norris, QEYQB, Carter, BACK X Row-. Rose WOW C0 UUE ll CLUB Named in honor of Dr. Russell H. Conwell, the Con- well Club is an association of Baptist students. Any stu- dent regularly registered in Temple University who is a . OFFICERS member of a Baptist Church or interested in the Baptist Pfesldent, """""""""'""""""""""" Kenneth Daltqn f , I , 1, ,bl f b , , 1 Vzce-President .............,.. .....,.,. R obert Harris aiti 1S e lgl e or mem ership in the c ub. Secretary-WW.-W W-HmHattie Booker Conwell Club endeavors to encourage Christian fellow- Treasurer """""' """"i"""' A lived Casto ship among all groups on the University campus by enlist- ing the active participation of Baptist students. Faithful I 5 church attendance is a part of the Conwell Club. ' The weekly meetings comprising guided Bible study, E discussions on various phases of church work and the ' " theological doctrine of the Baptist Church, are held every . . . , Wednesday in Mitten Hall at three o clock. Supper meet- ings were also held by the club this year. QR "" if Dr. Norman W. Paullin, pastor of Baptist Temple, is - advisor for the group. ' 1-QM Three Hundred Eighteen LEFT TO Choitf F RIG!-17-. ' "glide b ' Hofpef, o 3 A n erQ, Weir flrnelq ponies Gm , er E, h Zmon , Boosel WQHZI Kolim In om, 1 Albert , , BOSS, Kass, er' Aflfifer B I SFITIOFII Feldmo n' Tidfffnl OFFICERS The Temple chapter of the national Hillel Foundation Presidenl ,...,....,.,,..,.......,........,.......... Marvyn VVolf actively sponsors a varied program of religi0US, Cultural: 1fjce-P,-midmli ,.'.....4..,,,,, ,,,A4 D ova Ticktin social and inter-faith activities for Jewish students 011 Recording SeC,.eta,.y ',"'4b' 1-",' E gre Saievetz campus. Originally a local gi-oup'known. as the Jewish CoM,,Sp0,,,ji.,Lg ,5',i6Tm5a,-y t .,.,, ,.-,. J gan Albert Student Association, the organization affiliated nationally Treasurer .......,...,..,,.,...,,,..... ....... E leanor Richman with the Hillel Foundation in 1944- With supervision by Rabbi Alex J. Goldman weekly social and religious programs are conducted at the Ellis Memorial House, 1905 North Park Avenue. The traditional Friday evening Sabbath services, various Jewish holiday celebrations, and student discussion groups are the leading Hillel-sponsored events. Four special Interpretive Forums featuring guest artists emphasized different phases of Jewish life. Morris Lowenthal discussed classic Jewish books 3 interpretive dancers, Delakova and Berk, presented folk dancesg the Jewish Community Chorus of Philadelphia A 4, performed a concert of Jewish musicg and Dr. Herman 'W' A' Gunlcierslleimieri of the Tyler Sillool of Fine Arts presented ' an i ustrate ecture on ewis 1 art. it Three Hundred Nineteen g ,. xNxllmS, RXGHT, Leng Dnedger. LEFT T2 www. Mele ' mgfldili O LUTHERA To promote fellowship among Lutheran students and to further religious experience of the students by counsel- ing, Bible study conference seminars, conventions, and religious observances within local churches is the pur- pose of the Lutheran Student Association. It is tl1e oldest religious club on the University campus. Weekly evening Bible study classes are held in addi- tion to the regular weekly luncheon meetings. Each month a speaker from one of the various Lutheran churches throughout Philadelphia is guest at luncheon. Lutheran Student Association sent a delegation to the Area Conference at the University of Pennsylvania Chris- tian Association in December, and to the Regional Con- ference at Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania, in March. The organization is also active socially. Holiday par- ties were given for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's Day, and Easter as well as the J une party pre- ceding final examinations. An annual dinner was tendered the Association in November by the Rev. Robert H. Gear- hart, the organization's pastor, at his home. Thre H e undrea Twenty L. IXUCW h eOClY' der, aa Rewvem. 5' Msxllnekbme' Sm MCNGU fl. Rev Georhort, Rev' mimic ' la Siodsmon xl Embxc v N ASSDCI TIO OFFICERS President .............,... ,........,.,......... L ester Auchmoody Secretary-Treasurer ve- S Egg Wg, gg? lasik is M tiiigilscigfltf-C Vs ilf' 'v'i' .,.. y Carter ,..,,...Doroth W- Y. . fQ2"t2'lF ls? fl-ieff s o 'tt Lv-iiilf 22, f 2,123 ' Wg 1 -1- ' A 1 , i f Q7 i A si T, K zl2!j.s,iwr,gg as . si M ii, W Q4 0 it I k A st 5 srglif xg Yew 3 i Ja mf 4 Q J N R5 63:51 A if iii, -, ffgig' way sf ' if 43 J i an as -:E Q 3 , ,pf 4 Y ui'--. BACK RO We p ookh Otto Sqbbato J R OOI1 P Bradley T ' Peter 'U Oyoun, Blok ' Z ' .' fbansky ef Bullock ' 1 MrlvltlfriilIIArcmnqlBOl53ileXlLHmgrin!QCgGoCt?r:Q:Z. gCf6l?Ttl Rlggwif Geroce D ' , - ' lT7i ' . - 1 ' Mclnlyfe, Dooley' M5D9fmofr?nbjGgw'W, OGEITUQUG, gigfli EECOND ROW. S . nnouds' Thornhill Biongiligi GEHO' IMClTlglg'l1irgIiOil0 nCdlgUzBqmbmk Harris ' Reed pair Ugon, Sch ! - 0017933 F Zh KQIQQLO On, I ouskos Needwmdr, gcqm - RON7- Rowf Hurley, ' , Stoskiewiczqnf Rev. MCHO - Collins . le, Sleckf EWMAN CLUB Numerous social activities and educa ' were aHorded Catholic students by the Newman Club. The OFFICERS Club's purpose is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the President huh.-.-,--.,.,..-,,,,,,-,,,,..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Don Scanlan temporal life of Catholic students through a balanced pro- V56-e.P,-esident ,,,,,,,..,,4.,A,., H ,..,.,,.., B111 Eagan gram of religious, intellectual, and social activities. Regarding Se0"eta".7 --'--"'-"- -""'-"'A can Schwindt Highlighting the social events of the Newman Club Cofrespondmg Secretary """"""" J 11113 Petraushas was the traditional Shamrock Ball. This year a king and Tfeasurer --'-'A""""""4""""'"""""""""""" Bob Reed queen of the ball were selected and Norman Black's orchestra provided music. The Newmanites also cele- H :"i 1 brated All Saint's Day with a Hallowe'en Party. A Christmas Party, complete with Santa Claus and gifts d the children of St. Vincent's Orphan- :'r' lll lalaallaat . for all, was tendere At the Parent-Student Communion Breakfast in No- . vember, Dr. Joseph Cox, director of St. Thomas More High School spoke. "The Bible, Its Origin and WorksA" 4 was the topic of an address made by Dr. James McDevitt ::"' ' "5':' ' zzz in December. The Rev. Francis McGuire spoke on the significance of the vestments used in the celebration oi X' 'i:'if:i iiiiz Mass at one of the spring meetings. --.4-tax, I... 5 V S Three H zu-ldred Twenty-one . Rev x TWGNGS Town' Smrrlevum' , Bgxjle, , Cegxo, . Auchmoodil, loin Rlcef yQe,shis'nlUl'l1 W1 Qhovm ROW, BACK Rqhef- PRO MQYYVWEO PRDTESTAN The Protestant S b TBO RD tudent Board is the policy making ody for all Protestant groups at Temple. The board consists of two representatives and two non-voting dele- OFFICERS gates from each Protestant denominational group and the President 4-V...".... '..'.-'-'A..'.v.v.',.'..-..' T homas McNeill interdenominational groups, Christian Association and Vice-President -.4'A".'-..A...'A '.."".--l4l"..v J ohm Boyle Temple Christian Fellowship. These representatives are Recording Secretary AA..A"--v-A "..-.... D Omthy Carter either elected or appointed by their individual groups to Cowesponding Secretary .-A..,,'.AA Esther Keshishian membership on the board. ' An all-University Thanksgiving service held in Thomas in :E:,: z Hall on November 23 was sponsored by the Protestant ' . Student Board. At Christmas time the group held daily J carol sings in the Great Court of Mitten Hall. This year as in the past the Protestant Student Board was the guid- , ing influence behind Religious Book Week. The organiza- tion also cooperated with the Christian Association in the World Student Service Fund drive and Religion-in-Life F Week- Worship services and speakers of interest to all Pro- testants have been presented to undergraduate students MMM with the aim of promoting understanding and cooperation between and among members of all Protestant faiths. Q Three Hand ' cl 1 e Twenty-two RIGHT. K . eh!! I Smith St f e fn Conrail Reverend R onck Kline 1 1 WGffiCk ' Zeger M ' efz, Kerr URMED Clll The Reformed Club is in reality an organization com- bining the membership of three religious faiths, the Con- OFFICERS gziiegzliiigigal Christian, the Evangelical, and the Reformed ur - . President ...,..........,.,...... .......... .,......... H e nry Conrad M .A hl d t. h ld b th 1 b t th - - - ont y inner mee ings are e y e c u in e V zce Preszdent .............,.,.............. Nancy Shoemaker Faculty Dining Room. After the meal, the members dis- Randy Track cuss religious aspects of marriage and the family. Social programs of games and contests are arranged by the pro- gram chairman. Ifwwswwgxgi b Commissions of students are sent to neighboring ,i My Q churches where they hold round-table discussions with the youth group of the church enumerating the part of religion 52. in college. Delegates are also sent to the various religious conferences, held throughout the year by the Congrega- tional, Evangelical, and Reformed Churches. L ' f the organization is to interest students in l adoption of a brotherhood b endeavors to ' ' of 3 S 5A?E6 ical' 2335, gf' Q .A... ff ii dred Twenty-tl The alm o others and the genera The Reformed Clu faith and activities theme for den their knowledge broa their churches. 1726 . V as :s JV :-:-:-.a:.:.:.:-:g. 1 Aw- .:-,-,::::s..-:.:.-. -,z -5? ' gi ,v - 'T sas"ii::?- . "" i ' W everyone. about the Three H un A Kashi W . MQKYO raw? RO W ls 'KEY ' . TovO0' Cor c . D ROW' Kxrkmon,.ChegpprmgNen2fg0d. SECQN ONN1 mom Schlmm ' NIENTH R741 H Scott. SE . Ord. Sl ONN. BerQer, Kilt. 5' PUNCH l M X ybgch. NN Patton. HRS-Y ROW' DunhGm1 ' on? ROW'- , PTH Welt, Sleeemel. Fl Name. Love, TOYOUU' von dl Rom NN N Lockhord, H' Lockhm RO .1 . ROW " . FOURTH MCGGWQGW ff lntire PxddinQ"0n' Barge Moc ' CHRI TIAN Temple Christian Fellowship is exactly what its name implies-a fellowship. There are no requirements for mem- OFFICERS laershipg any one who attends of their numerous, meet- President ...............,.,.................,........ Douglas Ibach ings 1S warmly greeted. In addition to the fellowshlp, the Vice-Presidentm "l..-.A.... Fred Petty organization has an evangelical basis. Secretary '.-.-."-- .."..' H Glen Toroian Freshmen and foreign students get particular attention TWU-9'7H'9T -'f--'- -' Charles Deinnom from T. C. F. Early last fall a social was sponsored to get acquainted with freshmen. A dinner was tendered all foreign students at the University. Several members took foreign llll students to their own homes during the Christmas holiday. - :.., CARE packages for students abroad were paid for by 'izi funds collected at the special T. C. F. lunclleon. Five weekly meetings are scheduled for participants in Temple Christian Fellowship. Each Tuesday the group meets for luncheon in the basement of Baptist Temple. In- eluded among the speaker guests at each luncheon this year 4 were Dr. Norman Paullin of Baptist Temple and Dr. f "":" " :::: 5 ' "' L Cornelius DeBoe of Theology School, besides local min- isters. Four Bible study groups are held each week. ' 1--1e T Three Hundred Twenty-four BACK ROW: Auchmooafy, Barberie, HY fl 1Cef1S,KiffS,L0bb, F,C ',K I ,E ,WIIQFRO RO: I- Thompson, Myers, Frohweln, THIRD ROW: Befres, Baird Yea- sign, ligggoig Rs33r3,nngensxo?'r?SLutz? IS Nr W God gen George, Charleston, Braurigan. SECOND ROW: Prager, l I I . Scout t10Ua1 - - ega: na . 'ig 111 Alpha Sie Umzezixsf, Chapte nded 3 .t as se I the Zeta Iota 'ty was fouf the fratemu 57,11 ge men In 1 C . ' service Qflfgtelgllqne RJuf.P0SiSOf1T0 asSemtie,feife10P frlendshlp May, 1. 4 ic0HStitut10n: th and law' re' the natiglllaof theuscouthcrrnanity- , must h2lVe hagtlgirs. RS Rosen fellows t service to embershlp - service to CE Ja m0 C , or U1 . 1Ve ftzenson and pro candidate fi a desire to g - --'-' ,,,...EdW1H niC3 Bac? in scouungr - average- . -t aiff1ifS'?up -dent' Ray Czarl s - ug trfllmng 501101-astlc d at Ulllversl Y neil, aided , n 10 . r . u . Irigjgf-Presiflent'"E47,y.,.,....--- ,Henry VYIIEOX ind 3 S21t1Sfact2nZmberS usgesephiladelphladciile COHEMQOE . S667-g ...Pau year li to l S 01150136 3, S Recofdlngding SggTC t 1eade1'S1 P us afld P 7 teralls- f the - SCOU 11 camp j . hzed we mgnt 0 Cgrfespon V M In plied tudents 0 . hosplta develop ven- ,- led S 5 f01 d in the . . d the C Tfeawer , c11PP nd stf1mP helpe d Sohclte t 3 ,a.,g b00kS 3 . t dentsp 311 . C1165 - .Q e of I fl S u t Camp! munlty AI V I . d f01'C g SCOU ' C0111 1 Day ' iglgjzifielphiafCglignltilivel-sity fm Iihjfere the Fziiledilieirxber' . IS 0 You . ren d 21 OC r Day 3 smo A campl W a Clwffe. 1- med by 1 pics- :fsz ff lgfeismaf- - -an an ff' .1 d a Sue Q, N Y . -55555 -.XE-5 aglC1 l nclll e . R " ,W ,. , d Tivemy ...,,. 3: .,..., ,f,, 76 T' CUPE' NN Fritz Persona X-Oev . RO ' ' gcoxsfi gxolkel wma NY I gpern. ' . kef. men' I ki PXDOUWG . mo- smith' C60 GOQGYXCW OND YCUS, . - . senblit, Weitlffglfgcolgigwl Golding BACK Pgggibwvfsz, Grossman, new . M WSW, M nov Stokes. ZUW O . Q 1 ugh' Klein: '. dv, Caloric ROW. Bm B00 TI1e 1948-49 season was one of the most active in Boosters' history. Their program- began -even.before the OFFICERS start of the fall semester, helping in the gigantic freshman President Norman Grossman orientation program. The football season brought Booster- V. -P "" ""'""""""""'A""" R b . . we resz en .,... ..,. ...... o e rt McCaifery sponsored pep rallies, which featured members of the foot- Secretm Elaine Bums ball team and coaching staff. Moving pictures of the team's Treasurgg """4" ""i"" al-01 n Cook games were a weekly Boosters feature. "" """" y Glamour and pageantry were added to the campus when Boosters co-sponsored a Homecoming Queen con- test. Annette Moshen was crowned Homecoming Queen " during half-time ceremones at the Syracuse game. The second semester saw the annual "penny preak- ness" run off by Boosters. Undergrads matched penny for Y' penny down the Watt st. course for the benefit of the Sal- Eii' ' vation Army. Boosters also sponsored Tradition Week which acquainted students with the customs and tradiions of the University. - After the election of new officers in February, Boost- N ers' annual dinner for the Committee of Ten, the organize- W u tion s guiding body, was held at the University Club. Three H zmdred Twenty-six , Mm -f BACK ROW: Decker, Danzeiaen, Cecil, Sauder, Harbison. Speier. SECOND ROW: Hough, Carl, Black, Minrzen Zaw- FOURTH ROW: Dubenerzky, Huber, Pastor, Schworrz, rotny, Gray, Trerner, Meyen FRONT ROW: Wilson, Lischy. Pfrommer, Whersrone, Dyson, Mclnfyre, Bauder, Kostik. THIRD Rauch, Hart, Diamond Cove, Thomas, Rinck, Jerdan. ROW: Freas, Parker, Wolif Weinstein, Lowrey, Persico, Byrne. ll S s R -ol1P51 Wa c tle newest Camgrselmioufage and f 1 aS0n ne 0 tball Se Crusaders, 316 1948 focludeut body- H athletic ded duflng - -t in the S hr to 3 cru- folm O1 gplfl las brOUgf f 1. the ent Scho wup 1 iuon 0 d the Cem 51: the g . t 1-eC0gn 1-omote , The added qegd immedla enized andrfgrnia to com . has gen - tion Orga to Cal ct1onS I anlza team OFFICERS ,,,....J0hn 1-211112 flies. 1313 t1'5TfH513iZ gym 111313.16 sfudgngj """'A .Lynn kas drive to S ationa 1 ' - ell to a 1, rs wus d Z6 for the H roup 15 OP . e mem C .d u,,,,.EdWar as etc , - the 5 ectlv Pfesfpiesidgni-r--' .4H0Wurd FIC P Membeyghll? lntanding. Proilinberg, to be Vice "" ' Cholastlc S tive club In award ost Sec?-eta,-:ICI ...... "'-.. 1 ....:.. of good ii three ac ated an anriuas d0ne the In Treasure U , ' 5 Onsore ina-ugur 11115 who 1 P . has - alum . ,.,..,:,.,.,., f H' zaz 3 3 P1'eSC11tei-izhe 1151316 of Crusaders VV3-sda: the fofwa - tl1C HU e. - 0113 ss to I- firSt fol T116 group, QS to instill an A1'10the. 1 Janlla-ry' d Habla, hopd t to make 1 11 vi 1: eu supefv -:it in the. St-schoo Y college illgunus in hls Po W e tive 3 5 "' 2 fy-5E'Uen Three Huudwd Twm PQCl4SV- I Sd-xgellefl on Guinon, MGYCUS' Dv derm I . Hughes R20 LEFT TO CHESS CLUB nce but twice. That's what members of the University's Chess Club were saying last December after the annual award dinner of the Intercollegiate League and OFFICER . . ' ' S the Interscholastlc Chess League, held in Houston Hall at President Edsel Packer the Umverslty of Pennsylvania' Vice-President ...... . ..,.,. ........ M ax Hughes Henry Greenwood of the Bulletin had just presented Secretm'-7 """""" '4"" B in Marcus the Bulletin trophy to Dr. A. A. Schaeifer, sponsor of the Temple team which won the Intercollegiate League cham- . . . r f fif llf lj pionship for the second consecutive year. Each member . or i gin - of the team received an individual award, a miniature of lv the trophy. To become a member of the Chess Club an applicant need have only an interest in playing chess. This interest helps the club achieve one of its two goalsg the promotion of chess playing. The other goal 1S the organlzatlon of a chess team to capably represent the University. Each f Friday afternoon the members meet to learn more about the H A il L theory of the game and practice with game problems. Plans , 'Wi are being made to enter the Chess Federation of America. Three Hund' A 1 ' 1 ed T vent 31-civglzt BACK ROW: Towers, Snyde-13 Scott, Kornfelci Hughes, Walker. Pickoos, Husik, Zekos, Price. FRONT ROW: Warrick, Leibyg Sprirzleg Scott Barrett, sCR'BB LER 'Styx was . iting S001 d mem' mauve WI ,own an I.- Club, campusbif Hf1fPef Blresent Hfemlgity Scribbliii fall Of CIZISSCS' T012 the Unlver 'n . , rl 1 - ' i011 . . WSF C1-6331525555 agggircid to itil? Cf , t0 ' ts S 5t1D1 U moI1g Ship lsbifjglof manusiugle Club aritjfgge of fdigsflilrough 4RS Id Scott on the b-ectives 0 for the CXC , anuscrlp QFFICD 4..Ha1'0t. Scott The 0 -lt to allow n Outlet f01 In on- e , - - ' "'4" ,,....A--"Bet 1 PriCC ritlng effol ,130 Provldeflblings' Club mild sp c - beth W and , 1-1b the Juli 1 -d - EIIZ31 a berS: ne SC - hed by 1-ed 111 Pf'fS'Pi6,S5de11f'f' """' "" 4' Andrew Sapeg E1emc1ub'S magazl liich is Pughjnt first appeiu mark the Vive' ..,,,,..,,,,,,... le -bblingsr W DEParm ester W t Sgrl 1'gh A . ' Sem gxeizilgref ,4,, .,,.,.... ' "' Oled the edltlon H115 d ted i1lfOrlI1a11y. r .,,:. s ' s ' - uc - ' ism W The ' tlon' 011 ' rltlc lgggyear of Pubhcjf the Club a5iiecC0nStruCF3I5 Sbeflkers . -,. T ' ' C -1 ' . ,.,, . thi meetings ri ts to le '011211-ly outs- -al' Held The d their sc P 000351 - the lltel y - ' Members 1-eglt of the grolgsi-al phases 111 H annual P13310 V fron? t'?f.,5 to 6110561113 Media 111 Mgt' dub are 1nv1 1 us, 03506315 ledley P211 J nsor of t C Scribb iluy held iii ilfle Present SP0 .,.: bert T- - ,.,t- f' ..,. f HCI' 1-t rigs . ' F4 , -71,1119 . X .K ,,, d T'Lv6'11f3' . ,PI1H1d7'e fg??!f"? T111 eff 2' A FRONV 'cr Tolismofl Kaplan D35 O 1 1 w Owl TOll, ECOND R fx , Cm' S CLASS ICS CLUB 'fhomef , The Classics Club which was founded in March, 1948, is an organization concerned with cultural activities. The group stimulates and supplements interest in advanced cul- . OFFICERS tural courses given at Temple. Principal discussions of the 1g'fes5I3e7Lt',d "" '""""""""""""""" Hgfiold dpliegdrlian club concern the problems and themes of art and philosophy S2236 b'-'-'.' "4""""""' "" .""'.'.'. ' I V Bi d E522 .Which result in developing a critical attitude toward cul- T,.eaSu,.e, .....A... '.-.'.-.A" M orris T011 tural matters within the group. The activity program has been an interesting and E lllll notable one. "The Hero as Villain" and "What Makes a X J zilz Q Good Translation" were the two topics used for discus- sion. The lectures included: "Francois Villon" by Dr. Meredith, the club's advisorg "The Roman Novel" by Dr. Ohlg "Japanese Noh Plays" by H. Feldmang "Lafcadio Hearn" by Dr. Paul Browng "James J oyce" by Mr. A. X Feldmang and a slide lecture, "Mystery of the Shakes- Peare Portraits" by C. VV. Barell and Gelett Burgess. A . ,.,. symposium, "Is Philosophy Obsolete ?" was also presented by Mr. Wax and Mr. A. Feldman. :.. Three Hundred Thirty BACK Pfocino ROW-' MCC . R o fe , - 5 lOIhOVW,I, gggolfffbne, Fddmon I f CODQJPITIZ, Spikol E of Aflfllforjell ' dberg 0, Coggin' FRO I NT R G0f7ZO,VS OW: Kr SI Della Sgqlnen Refsg - G. ' Giuliani Mr ' ' SUOl'eZ . 1 Pin-H-Uno Dellq evo I 4 SDH, Freud G nberg, Golove, Fqlfon S ' fflfon. Club Amistad, a Spanish conversation and cultural group, was founded at Temple University in 1947. The pur- OFFICERS ' pose of the organization is to supplement regulrir clalslwoik Presidentpmmw W-mmntm-4Anth0Dy Dena Selva 1n Spanlsh WV1tl1-1I1fOI'IHill d1SC'l1SS1OlTlS of the cu tura ac - Vice-President ...... .....,.......... D orothy Guiliani ground of Slmmshfpeakmg countmes' I gecretarig ""'""""""""""""""""" Ngglsmfrglsalveg These discussions between students and instructors are reasure ""'"'""""""""""""""""" asque conducted in Spanish and afford the members an oppor- gl I nlzlu tunity to develop a proficiency in the spoken language. Mr. Rodolfo Suarez, the present adviser, realized the need for zz' such an organization two years ago. He formed the group A from intelested Spanlsh students Tl11S was the beginmng --' Wi '?7""tE3 ' ' i ' of Club Amistad. ,:, ' To qualify for membership, it is necessary to be a stu- dent of Spanish with a genuine interest in the Spanish language and customs. :--. 1 The group sponsors many social affairs during the In school year, among which are included dinners, dances, and a Christmas party. The informal meetings feature Spanish :'ii" ' language films, student debates, and lectures by Mr. Suarez Three Hundred Thirty-one l . CG-DUTO . Q.iulXGm' NY ROW- O . GUYZOU. Rienzi, M'UghiIsi?1i Giuseppe' Mrs BHSSUC' Pirrimflo' 0 ' . Monte- Del DUCG' . ' Dpi: I R nzo ThOrggNE Lcsprogom Ui e ' SE OW, AyerXO, Ch fleston. BACK R - def! G muro. PoolmO. RO ' Organized in the spring of 1948, Italica has not only a cultural but an educational aim. To learn the changes made in Italian government, art, and literature by the recent War, OFFICERS is the purpose of the group. They also 6HdC3V01' to dis' President ,..................... ..,. ,......,. .....,. L o u is Del Duca cover the effects of the war on the people of Italy. yice-p,.e-gdent ',,'--.--4.. '.,.,'. F rank Digiuseppi In order to better appreciate and understand Italian Secretary '.,,,..--..'. 4.-,.4.,.... r ..Ann Sonsini culture and its relations to world problems, Italica spon- Treasurer ,..,,A ,....,.A I Sabeu-e Pi,-1-itano sored a series of lectures open to all interested persons. Dr. Sylvio Daneo, Italian consul to Philadelphia, was U the first speaker on the lecture agenda. Recent trends in Italian government was his topic. - Professor of Italian art at Haverford College, Dr. Carb li - - ' i'f -I . one spo e to the group on modern Italian art. Dr. E Vittorini, professor of Italian at the University of Pennsyl- vania, Dr. Palermo, professor of Italian at Temple, and R. Avina also addressed the meetings of Italica. - - - - Members of this group carried on a project to aid the Red Cross. They translated letters from Italy for the ' H., University's unit. - Iunulu will ' Dr. Palermo of the Department of Languages serves ,., if as faculty advisor for the group. Three H . ' . 7 1md1 cd T1 zzrty-two BACK ROW ' Sf0f7fe -Slnfder Bres son Merlig Grobm On MGCBQ H7 W f l flflfffec Fried W 1 Eflzgl FR I ' o NT ROW.1R , . O'TlfT1eL Mrs , ' Seegerq ' ei Z 9, Gegen, Cl emeryf-S The absolute perfectness of the Bridge Club lies in the ease with which it can hold its meetings. Even the fact OFFICERS that a quorum is lacking causes them no anguish, for their ixgzpresident """"""" Roberljzf grvrigragki? organization is purely a social one. - .......... ....... a ac e 1 Secretary . .................. James Stahle When they gather it is not to make world-shaking Treasurer ....,...,.,. ...... J ea esson decisions to reform the world, nor have they any cause to use lung power to drown out the voices of fellow members. N :,, ,, ,:,: , :,, ,A Theirs is complete enjoyment of social contacts on a social . p ane. ,gig as gp s Many of the members are bridge experts, but there I is at are those who wish to learn. They are taught by others who know the game, and the correct methods of playing it. The fact that they sincerely wish to learn aids immeasur- ably, and it takes little time for them to begin playing with conndence in their ability. ers do not conhne their games to their own tly playing tournaments with local ' ' in the National Bridge J tier 2 R3 ts Q ' was KS"i Y 3 gri t, -5 -sk H-.gf Q . lt b W,- i 2 'dent ...................... . ,,...... .... . . ......... nne Br 'e:: ,,,,.E:E:E t he 3 as "':':::-- 'M -::: - 1 2 'S ps ei , "z, 3. .5 5-- E3 it z- X we Hz .gms , 5 aw: i S W .,,, Q A ' 'Z x gvwfgi fm: fl 1 if xfrfi ig? , f. P 'K nfl M nb fa n 'ar ft A W 'R MEAN he 4 4 Q g5f l? Q xg: f, QRS? Thr The play group, but are constan colleges, and each year particlpate Tournament of Colleges. ee Hundred Thirty-three XZ, i JZ ff' ,ff BACK ROW: 5 Continuation of the R d V099 W1 LOGV1 wr RO x'ss.FRO Y Seller, Woblbwg' KX Mrs. Sofgefl 1 Cqfxlonl RED CROSS x, covvuio' Bm pl x fi. Q Moi nchkru I Gdllol e Cross philosophy of giving grgicg basepijon neg? not want, is the of the Universitgfs OFFICERS e r s n . 0' 1 or . . . - veterans ian holslpitalse Zhljlulasgistjs ctclig dldgdfjngcgtflffiliiple P7:e'ndem'. """""'""""""""""""""" Agnes lilanghgu in matters concerning eligibility under the various veterans Vice-Pleszdent """""""""" """"' A nge OC a 0 laws Recordmg Secretary ............. ........ R 1ta aputo Correspondzng Secretary ,............,,..... Hope Dankel Unique among the duties Performed by the unit was Treasurer ...........................,....,........, Helene Rotman the arranging for the translation of international books which was done by the Department of Foreign Languages. in M Transportation was obtained for orphans who were to be zzzzu treated at the School of Chiropody Clinic. Entertainment ':':::E by Temple students was provided for veterans and patients at the Coatesville, Valley Forge, and Naval Hospitals. Organized in the spring of 1948, Temple's Red Cross Unit was presented with a national charter in October of that year. Speaker at the presentation ceremony was a p national officer of the Red Cross. The unit contributed an " " A ' international Red Cross book to Sullivan Memorial Library in commemoration of its founding. Three Hundred Thirty-four BACK R OW. M r HOOke,:'5OHa Kline SUV b f ef' ergl MOCL Gan I 52 Frida . Gilffniy, ROpl-SGDUN D , Sherzer' Gigintonio. THIRD ' '7Qiulio P ROW. ' We Beck 'Mr Brown , en SECONU Schworzmss Hornilro . n, L - bel'Qf Richgf-O7fYT ROW: egy, lfwlfond KO, 1 rc1VlS. - H0SfefHgC KS,-Ti, 30,2765 Klyso C 'err Gold., The Debate Council participated in approximately 225 debates and entered teams in a dozen national tourna- OFFICERS ments, comprising one of the most active seasons in Temple President .......................................... Earl Goldberg debating history- V ice-President ,4...... ,,.,,,, R ichard Alfshulel- Tournament teams traveled to Tufts College, Barnard, Secretary ...........,..,.....,..... ............,., I rwin Kuhr Mt. Mercy, Brooklyn College, the Buckeye Tournament, Treasurer ......................................,.,........, Paul Aloe and the Universities Of Illdiana and Iowa- They also participated in the Pennsylvania State Forensic meet and the Benjamin Franklin Tournament composed of major colleges in the Middle Atlantic Region. In the Grand Na- ' tional Debating Tournament held for women debaters, Temple's Anita Golove copped first prize in the extempor- aneous division. 1- 5555 if 3 v h s : , Tem le la ed host to iifteen colle es in the District if at tfi . P P y g VII Elimination of the National Debate Tournament. The zzz Temple team captured first prize in the districts and par- ticipated in tl1e nationals at West Point. The Debate Council also s onsored a uni ue Novice Tournament for 54 " " M teams re resentin e1ghteen colle es. One of the h1gl1l1 hts of the year was an international debate with a Cambridge University team. Three Hundred Thirty-five IX draws DxPxnYOfllO5' P W1 U I BMKW 0llTHER Unique requirement for membership in Southern Circle is that applicants be graduates of 'th C1 er South Philadelphia High School for Boys or South Philadelphia High Sch l for Girls No oth oo . er group at Temple is organized on this basis. A social organization, the group aids incoming freshmen by offering friendship fe lt , a y and cooperation to help them become accustomed to college life. The Southern Circle group at the University of Penn- sylvania was invited to the dan ces and punch hours spon- sored by the local group in the East Alcove of Mitten Hall Speakers at Southei C' 'n ircle meetings included Presi- dent Robert L. Johnson, Miss Gertrude D of w . Peabody, dean omeng A. Blair Knapp, dean of men, and Collins Healy, instructor in the University's Department of Psychology. Each Januar a d J y n une an award of five dollars is presented to a11 outstanding graduat f ' d l h' ' e 0 the South Phila- e p 13 High School for Boys and the South Philadelphia High School for Girls. PRO colinO, Borden' o. Xmvogllozz VOQCHG' F occhiolo, 'YenGQl'O' LOSD W 1 in sv RO cmcua OFFICERS President .......,.............,................ Connie Lasprogata Vice-President ..,,.... .......... ll like Iannucci Secretary ...,....,...., .....,. V incent Corsetti Treasurer ...... ,,........ ...... J oseph Di Antonio ,i .VV.. f , as jg? m ga "" l i: : .,.::, Three Hzmdrcd Tlzirfy-six STA GI, NDING.. Mr .S' Sfljfnl Fur rck Loev I 1 Sfefn S f lk mon, F o owe, Josephsifggfgzryihrchell. SEATED em, M : ' Oncfi Alb Y-Qrg' Lem 9 . rt' Slmpklrfsh XYW has held a unique position among campus or- ganizations since its chartering in 191113. Founded by "ten President -..'..'-'-.-.' "4-'- M iriam Glick young women," the group places service to the University yicwpresidem -IA-...- H .".b.. Beverly Loev as its mag or purpose. Membership is open to coeds who do Secretary .....,.,,..,. ...... I ris Cupersmitll not belong to 3' S0931 Sfjronty and are at least of sophomore T7.L,asu7.e7, V'Ivl'V.-".'4.'.v.'4".4'.-'.v.A ..'.-..--' J elm Albert standing. The girls aid all University functions and cam- ! pus interests, and thus, help to strengtlien Temple loyalty. The group traditionally sponsors a Punch Hour in honor of the freshmen on hirosh Hop night. On Temple N' Carnival night the XYW girls acted as oflicial hostesses. '1": They were also top performers in the Mitten Hall Grille Shows gp in fact, the group is to he credited with reviving the Tuesday night event in the Grille. XYW members also served as hostesses at the Mitten Mixer dances. The annual lVl0ther,s Day Dinner was another tradi- tional affair planned by the coeds. The group also aided in the Philadelphia Ma1'Cl1 of Dimes 1949 campaign. Final -. event on the social calendar was the annual formal dinner- W pzxk Q dance in May. Mrs. El31116.StUl'1D, instructor in Secondary Educatipn, served as organization advisor for her second A consecu ive year. Three Hundred Tlzirty-se've1z PVGQQ Kenfwf hnef, fx' KMC s Forenwdd MOM ,tone Lxj1'iCl'l . SQNlldQe I Derrick H rr ton MH 1 bm , KQV Poms-ii. CGSE' Xu . 5 ' . vvfom Row-We I SnYd9f. I 'ex LUCQS, n1GK'X. lx on 3 er, RCeNiF?Grontg ROXN - i I Mr. Wi S 1 THXRD MONACO. XQROW- - Pmckef' k LO BAC Borcz6W5kl' xdin9, Nova ' V055 pious. GO Devcxflelll S- l C One of the newer University additions, Society for Advancement of Management received its charter in the early fall of 1948, and promptly enrolled over a hundred students into its group. Operating as part of a nation-wide OFFICERS organization, the soeiety's general programs are to en- Iifesident-. 'f4---44'-'----'-1'4--'--4--------'-"--'-1--4' Charles Case courage and stimulate interest and understanding in the Iwe'PTc'mZent "" " """' Paul qoodman . .n . . 1 Secretary .....,.... ...... P larry Forrester scientmc puncip es of management. Treasurer".-I-'A Umlqarry Parrish Proof that this is not merely a non-workable ideal, but an actual part of the S.A.M. operation can best be ' Y - ' ' ' ' - - - '- gllzined by observation of the society in its regular busi nznz ' i" Meetings are held several times a month, and are :zzz divided into three types: a business meeting, usually With a guest speaker, a social meeting with an invited guest, 1 '."' s and a monthly trip to one of the plants in the area. The members who attend all of these meetings are certain to receive practical knowledge which will combine with the work of the classroom to provide a valuable background ":' ":'M M t for the future career of the student. Three H mzdred Thivfty-eight A BACK R Winslow OW-' Auchm Ki , Johnson, S goody, you I V S,e'E5de:SESI'OkeS, S,OkZ:Thl'r'lQl7, THSLSEGIRDIGI, Boyle O ' COND ROWf ?Chfen, Bonneroyy Scion' CrL?brVf'l1 W, ,r ' Ggqnl -, od I ' me-yi 71 el H , DIZ RACE, FrgSnifGElGi5mC1rr, CEECZNT REJTAQTOYE Eofdmon Kin ' 096, 0 mon Browb Gen, Cuf QSF, LGS ' , Perry mei Cholmerisjrogom' Bafk ' , Hoxter Ksdflle. I Gssleg Nl Al Al cl pl N.A.A.C.P., which is the abbreviation for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, re- OFFICERS ceived its charter here in the early fall of 19418. President A'.A-4--.' '.1'.v.-'.'.I'.-'.....'.l...'-.'A. A I Lee Homer Immediately after ofiicial recognition of the group by Vice-President -A-.....'.---".." UUAVUIII' A rnold Kessler the University, it began its program of student enlighten- Recording Secretary ...........,,..,.,,,,,,,,, Eloise Culmel- ment, in relation to problems affecting the Negro and other Cowespomlmg Secretary -'-..""". Dorothy Goodman minority groups. Through education the N.A.A.C.P. stimu- Treasurer '..'-'.l' ' .Len Chalmers lates an appreciationof the Negro's contribution to civiliza- ullllpi P tion and aims to bring about greater understanding between the various American groups. This education takes the form of programs, and trips, plus individual inter-cultural research projects. Weekly using the facilities of WRTI, of the kers as Dr. John C. zziz i ni : :2: 5 radio broadcasts, HC' 'l R' lt F ' " l cl l 1v1 lgl s oium ia suci spea ,'. Robertson, Allan Frelon, and William G. Smith. The "Now Is The Hour" program had Chaplain H. LalVlarr Rice, and attorney Theodore Spaulding as speakers ' while the program on health had Dr. Edward E. Holloway X " "::: ' A on the rostrum. ' fl 3 , W A it digg! The national group was founded in 1909, and now has WN' Mm' Ui Q g b rship of 500,000. was A Q5 a national mem e Three H mzdred Thirty-ni11.e ONY ma. FR XX Kitts, Powell' Con . Howe ' OW- e-HU4 R PRESIDE fs U Lo, hwnmc ' CURP The newest society on campus having University ushering service as its major purpose is the President's Corps. Founded in the spring of 1948 by two students, P ,d nt OFFICERS Robert Sabbato tl1e society is designed to give assistance to the President """""" ""' jjjjrijjjlclarence Steele of the University. Upon the request of the President, Secretary v4'A..." I-Y4I'--,',.,,.,,-, J 01m Crane members of the group serve as ushers at various University Treasurer ...,,.. Robert MacDonald affairs. The group could also act as guides to visiting celebrities., professors and students who are guests of the .:EE: University. . The President's Corps made their first appearance last spring as ushers at the University Commencement exer- cises, the first graduation to be held in the Temple Stadium. Mfembers served as Ushers at the President's first all-University convocation held in October. . The Presidents Corps often assisted other groups in ushering. Such occasions occurred at the MOX'i1lg'UP 1 zgr., Eez Vup E gf! Day ceremonies, the Spring Music Convocation and the President's Freshman reception. Three H mzdred Forty fem. bboto Crone, Hom S0 ' grade: l l l LEF T TO RIGHT- L . edereq Goodmo H, Deon Knapp S ' eObOL.l1'n el SU5Sman, . Like "Ole Man River" the Table Tennis team keeps rolling along. Over a three year span, the Owl paddlers OFFICERS have Won 39 matches while dropping only two. This year, President ...........,.............................. Tom Seabourne fe tlibge Egnniseers Went undefeated, moving their Winning Vice-President ..... ........ ..........,...., N a t Sussman S rea 0 ' Secretary """""""""""' """" M alcolm Ekstraud Sweeping aside top-notch collegiate competition, ama- teur athletic clubs, and semi-professional teams, the Owls have established themselves as the outstanding squad in the East :.: . This past season, the paddlers took the measure of Vgkb ' such teams as University of Pennsylvania, Delaware, May- ' fair A. C., St. J oseph's College, City of Allentown, Drexel Tech, and City of Reading. Since Table Tennis is not recognized by the Athletic Association as a University sport, it retains the status of , -. a club, with Dean Knapp as its sponsor. Players are given A ratings and they can challenge men who are ahead of them. .... A If they win, they move up the ladder. The first six seeded ' " "' ' men comprlse the first team. Three Hundred Forty-one Sc W - TQYVGVI . SGUQ1 Lett to RxQht'. SCNGVO' O sorrow ' . . BQYYGSI . kxewlflf C019 WSW" Sm . T I h exzeff d 'c Youno, Coldweu' L5 xx , Pglefif Re PORTI CLUB Back i vomen students at tl U versity's La S ' n 1917 a group of W ie ni- w chool decided th ey must unite to protect their interests among the hundreds of male law students who scoffed at them when they expressed a desire to take their places before the Bar. Their decision resulted in the establishment of the Portia Law Club which has come to promote the social and scholastic interests and to further cooperative activities of women law students. Interest in the group lagged after a while and club activities were practically nil until recently, when a group of women students decided to reactivate it. Indicative of how far the women have progressed in their reactivation program are their accomplishments this year. Through their efficient planning, the club charter was revived, a tea was given in honor of graduating mem- bers, text materials were compiled to aid sister students, and several dances were sponsored. Present advisor to the club is Dean Benjamin Boyer. OF FI CE RS President .,...............,......,..,............., Marilyn Young Vice-President ............. .......,. V irginia Funk Secretary-Treasurer .....,. ..... H elen Sienkiewicz V l:.-. gi c- . 52: :EEEEEI I Q F59 15:55:55 5.3259- 5' 'ii Three Hmzd ' d F re arty-two BACK ROW-' Hifikle, HOCRSF, ZGYZFGIW, 5DSfliHQ, Morhunos, Laughlin, Sloft, Geven Rusby, Crump, Pedinoffj Fischer, Gruvelj Johnson, Rubenstein, Carroll, lvloore, Gever, Gorflond, Gelber, Kleintop, Franke, Goodfriend, Cullen SECOND ROW: Cronfelof Toron, Kobulg Bronn, Wilson, Gullowoy, Morchitelli, Dovelli, Brohen, Elhin, Kravitz, 'Kleinlorci Roppoporl, Perhins, Hor- Goble, Srour, Henry, Weiss, Presto. FOURTH ROW: Fedec, wick, Folmer, Everett, Bianco, Both. FRONT ROW: Morris, Meisel, Teri, Coover, Horlrnon, Coopen Lipschutz, Hoffman. Piening, LuCoscio, Woshiewicz, Peyser, Finnocchioro, Klovsky, Schreiber, Wrighh Schrongen Olsclorf. THIRD ROW: MC- Rodgers, Longeneckei, Bibon, Hoffman. 1 l l . Phar- Ameflcan f the 1939 to bfanch 0 V 15: V rmacy Feblqlarv help T116 Temple-131431 was fouujiedmacy students angps in - 1 Assam -t de for Pm anizffd gm. f maceuhca ' al atm u I e of org .zatlon 0 form 21 Pwfesilillpllfpose and V12 national orialslie School them reahzel branch is Part Dany member O , Tie . 11 to 1111 harmacy' d 15 Ope dlate r ERS Laugh P s an .- hel OF1 IC EXICI-Iaftman student grzlgpstudellt body' t.ngs are llecessauggdregs the ,,,,,,... 61- .I . R Sby Phal-H111 U s Inge l . led tg r , I . .de,,t,,,,......-- "Pamela 11 H of etheb1ancl1S ' can be Obmu chiefly Soma, P, est , ... Sedfl 3115 kms been . -Presiclenff' ' "" V-Ricllilfd Bee .H few Spea roup have arties. one gggiezary ---- """ in the. evgfj, activities of thgjties and ca1ggPeXaminati0n TTQQSUTET ...,..,.. 01-ganlfa dances, tl1eTt1eOnthj except dlll' , 'ucllldlng d QZIC1 m li to . --:. . ' . - arrange members 1 P , ' , A ocl-211 ls free - e 111 W . S , 5511175 3' . 1 aifelag ' -' ds- 1' P16 . 011013 h P6110 1-cup Cach ye? .T the hlghest g of 'C P f.,.,. i The g tudent hmmm t ta11di11g Som June This ':" . S S '11 1 - the freslluiagf PharmaCi"d3ger dance Stafedigsociatxon 15 .,.. "fi '..: zzzl 1100 a 1 - f 75 le ' the Sc . - I 21111111 t101'1 0 :::: Ass0Cif1t10n IS Zienational Cgnfgfn the annu d in 11 ' year t Clevelan to be held a 4 K W M ....: 1 ,Ez zzz l Foi'f3l'fm'eE .:i. , , dffd .:.-, izzz. --rr 2 gr .-:: Q Three HW' ,. fx . fi V Y F I . i ,are 'f' iii. ' - ' l Q ' H -':w..l.i ' ggj'g'1,yf - ..f- '- I-.T , LQPOY, Nui f FROM ROW ' tgfb, e - h nl Gold WEEE Ludwxck' fgcssgnosgfrist Miss CQXNOQ o . - -' NGCCWOI le. KOYV' Rlefizl 1 . LGWfenC Zobiotskv, QW ,Seidmflfh . Deltidio. Tqiorliioltwsfllcleryiagk SEEc?F?fV5icmS, Brown was Kaffe, Gu1xfovxe,Bliginf'G,,', Chri5i1ef W bien. A F gf PorreC0f SUUQGNS' W I Bll I ESS EDUC The Business Education Club, a departmental club in Teachers College, is both a professional and social organi- , zation. It encourages the professional advancement of its OFFICERS members and helps to get them better acquainted. Every- President --'-."-'A.4,'v.AA.l.-..'4b--.'-"'4.'A'A'-l Ruth G01 dfarb one in the Business Education Department receives auto- I7iCe-Pyg,gidgnt ,--,..,,,A.l,. 44.IA'-A,-l,. T ed perry matic me111bersl1iP upon registration, Recording Secretary ,...,..... .,.... l Vinnie Vllilliams The local club, working closely with the Alumni Group, gorresflondmg SeC"em".U -'--- ----4------- P liyllis Price was founded in 1926. "Busi-Ed," the publication of the Ivreasurer 'i"""""""'A"'"""""""""" Phd' 1115 Forman Business Education Club, is unique in the fact that each I H qk EE. issue is edited and published four times a year, once under Qu ' i" ' " ":E:E: the supervision of each class. Originally known as the zzlzlz A ':" "Commercial Tick Tock" the "Busi-Ed" has the distinction of being the first departmental publication in Teachers College. Departmental awards for scholarship and leadership z are given at the annual dinner. The speaker this year was Allan C. Lloyd, and a dance followed the dinner. A Christ- 4 mas Party and a "Get-Together" Tea were also given. The present advisor is Miss Helen C. Callaghan. Three H mzdred F arty-four B S ACK RO h Wf M c erzen SECONEQYESJ, Log-kier Klo k . , C e W. .Bl Qkesleef Wilr' Delongf DelDuco ISO 11, Daniels, Stolis, Mont , Moinlepurro, Cotrrq Ze b Gyl on Dr, paddoclgl er, Klyso. FRONT 1 Cfqn S, DelBarello, Reigqick 1 ISC Off' PRE-l W CLUB OF F I CE RS President ....... ..,.................,................ J ack Crane Secretary ,...... ...........,..... ,.....,... R 0 bert Siegle Treasurer ............................... ,....., H enry Bischoff i ,:,: 9 ,TQ iii a l? Q 5 513 ggi af R leg? Q Y.,-Mig at ef ., -- -X iifjw age. if . re ' L- 2 '- -.-- faffffr' -"- - .. - If :. ,:.ig a:,- , K"- ..:2-IN.-s A-wise -: ' Th Students majoring in law preparatory courses are afforded the opportunity to meet and discuss problems com- mon to the legal profession by the Pre-Law Club. Mem- bers of the club also discuss entrance requirements to law schools at their regular business meetings. Dr. Frank Paddock, chairman of the Political Science Department and advisor of this local group, spoke on the various requirements for law school acceptance at the first fall meeting. Prominent attorneys are guest speakers at the organi- zation's meetings. Included in this year's list of guest speakers were: Thomas MacBride, noted Philadelphia criminal lawyerg Richardson Dilworth, well-known libel lawyer and former Democratic candidate for the office of Mayor of Philadclphiag Stanley Disney of the Anti-Trust Division of the Attorney General's Ofhce, and Benjamin F. Boyer, Dean of Temple University Law School. Biggest social events of the year for Pre-Law Club were the organi zation's annual Spring Banquet held in Mitten Hall Club room and a buffet luncheon. ree Hundred Forty-five X efllrlg T mite Brannon' Hem KOSQMES O Hef-ND . Freeman ROW d M0110 I Spoke! lmpog . . 'Guenther' ' - sehweitef' o. ton. PRO W3 Gobulch- Hefifmon' W.. Me W poxxswxra gsxgolgsgr. ggxxigghigd. SECOND o 1 . ' ' , in ' 2gE:CkvNoiik33l2gf:rBerQ. Come . EVGUSI mQ, CHEM I TRY A departmental organization, the Chemistry Society, aifords an opportunity for students of chemistry to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional associationg to gain experience in preparing and presenting technical materialg and to instill a professional pride in chemistry. Professional meetings of the society this past year were highlighted by guest speakers prominent in the field of chemistry. Motion pictures on various phases of chem- istry were also shown at meetings. Social activities included a doggie roast, a Christmas party, and the group's annual banquet in the spring. The society edits a newspaper, The Condenser, which is now in its fifth year. The publication acts as liaison between alumni and undergraduate chemistry majors. Founded in 1936 and discontinued during the early war years, the society was reinstated in 1943. A year of general chemistry and one further course is prerequisite for membership. Plans to become aniliated with the Amer- ican Chemical Society are now being considered. Three Hundred Forty-.ri.'v OFFICERS President ..............,.............,..,.............,.. Louis Stake Vice-President ....................,..... Rosalie Impagliazzo Recording Secretary ................,.......,, Irene Rommel Corresponding Secretary ..,......... Eleanor Ka Treasurer .,.............,.......... Geor S . . aseavrjig dmqfk , , ' ati? - swag? 'jig gf sg? f 2 as rr? it slfeifigrgllins se as ni N A Jgg 5 ssales e Schweiker im Wegg, . ,.,. A ff 'tr'-Q if .wists W -:sei Af? til :i43?,'-f"'w ,swa n was . gr . w 1 G .wff,.p ..,4 1 'ii A 4, f, 1 219 e . , ..... f if 'A' . WWI' bhCHenbefQer, Wood THEM TICS DCIETY OFFICE RS President ....,..............,...,..,............. Seymour Shapiro Vice-President ...... ,.....,..,.. R obert Minor Secretary. ....,...... ....... S elma Bresslow Treasurer, ....,.................,...,................ Joanne Wood . .. .Q : M I . . X i"ef 7,2 521 '-'-' Qfvfe f f .,.,., Integrating takes on new meaning when the integrator is a known variable rather than the inevitable X. The Mathematics Society goes beyond an exploration of subject matter to math personalities. Math majors and minors come to know each other and to meet experts in the field. Among the speakers presented tl1is past year were Mr. Brackin, Head of Veterans Guidance Bureau, who discussed vocational opportunities for mathematiciansg Mr. Slook of the Math Department, who baflled the group with a brief survey of Topologyg Bro. John, Professor of Physics, LaSalle College, who treated the subject of math as applied to physicsg and Mr. Grey, Electrical Engineer of the Moore Institute of Science, who explored the mysteries of the Eniac and other large scale computing devices. As its major educational event, the Society sponsors a Mathematics Tournament. About 65 public and private schools from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland enter teams in competition. Elementary and ad- vanced examinations are offered. Keys are awarded to the two top contestants and a traveling loving cup is presented to the school entering the winning team in each examination. Three Hundred F a rt 3:-sefuen W: Hefffl . RON-l .RO Dash. HqmeS- F Kmzeff Stokes X 6rObmOY'h Boker' Tow, V099 ' X nga aexuafgb Pggijjohombufa, Sch? .' SECO W, Nxollovvg Wnkxn. RQAOUOCO1 OAG I Sgeberi - ld, Z wxtl40W5 Y' i Edwards, Greenberg' G 1 -dl SOlJO ln ' Binder, Dovx E. C. E. Ed. CLUB Established in 1930, the Early Cl mentary Education D inteid ' 0l4S on Lo5DfO9GlO' Bro iildhood and Ele- epartment Club provides a program 1 ed to foster the social, cultural and intellectual de- OFFICERS velopment of its members. This is done so that they might Presidmt .l-.-'-.-."'UII'4vu'U"'4.-"4,IL--...-,AVAI. Nancy Vogel be able to participate intelligently now as students and in Vice-President ..'."4-. 4I"-'v'-'4-. H mold Gloss the future as members of a faculty in working coopera- Secretaw '-"".'4I -.'-' n 'Ruth Stockman tively towards Common goals- T1-easzm-er.. ,.,..... Louise Manetta Social activities of the club this year included theatre parties, a Christmas party, a barn dance, and an informal H H dance. E. C. and E. E. Club participated in the Homecom- ing Parade with a novel float consisting of a gaily decorated EEE u lll cart pulled by club members. lvith all these activities, the .,.,,, D club also found tim to s onsor a Grill Show 'Q 6 P 6 ' Highlights of the year were the annual banquet and the departmental tea. Club members and alumni attended the banquet which featured a prominent guest speaker. The Emma Johnson Memorial Award was presented at the banquet to the outstanding student member. At the tea, given in December, club members entertained parents, the faculty and representatives from school systems of the Eziziz, ag- Philadelbhia .metr0P0litan area. "'iii' 0 Three Hundred ' ' Forty-ezglzt Heolfh on XM d Physical Education Club A ' nnuol Luncheon 8 P. . CLUB 1 The Health and Physical Education Club comprises of all students majoring in Health and Physical Education. OFFICERS The purpose of the club is to provide opportunities to President .....i.,.... ..,..,..,................,. E dmund Harvey promote student professional growth and Welfare through Vice-President ,..... ,..... I larold Rodgers participation in professional and social activities. Secretary ......,........,..... i.....,.... B etty Feori Some of the events conducted by the department are Treasurer ...........,...,..,...,,............ ...... lV fam-ian I-Iam-is freshman orientation, departmental meetings, the annual Hallowe'en party, Christmas Luncheon, Career Confer- ence Demonstration, Departmental Picnic, and Depart- mental semi-formal. At the first professional meeting Miss hlartha Gable, Assistant to the Director 'of Health and Physical Education in Philadelphia, was guest speaker., A new project of the Department this year was the part a number of students played in- formulating plans and conducting the student section of the Pennsylvania State Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Convention gp held in Philadelphia in December. lzizzzz All departmental events are under the sponsorship of Dr. William L. Hughes. Three Hundred Forty-nine Y mGmOlO NN new! Cook Dcugherwl OW' OO COND R . xNxe on I 1 OW-. NMSS se Q. ia C mm. FRONT R mm. Siam-Xe XC 1 ' WGA' Qoopel KQV. - .n RhoodS. Sllwderl 'Tl'CilRD ROW Moegl 1 CO519llOn - cm. MXSS Comm . NMCl'lell' . MGCWKEVI , ' KWKQI SC A O en' h rt. Bama' t MMV Gveukogslaicgfgomnwers, S o Rubin, l ,QI oewee' delll uS Mui ' . MQYC I meh' SECRET R To foster professional and social activities of students registered in the Four-Year and Two-Year Secretarial curricula is the purpose of the Secretarial Club. A depart- OFFICERS mental organization, membership consists of all students , majoring in secretavial Studies. President ......,....... ,... ..................... A d cle Schachter Two films, "Tips on Typing," and "The Duties of a VZCU'P"6-Yiflwbf ----'- ------.- A HCC Zllikis Secretary," were shown at professional meetings. Field Secretary ........,... ....... T anet King trips designed to acquaint club members with actual Work- ing conditions were planned. Each year Secretarial Club awards a plaque to the four-year student and a prize to the two-year student piz graduating with highest scholastic averages. zzzu ,- Social activities of the organization began early in the A year With the annual Doggie Roast. The traditional Christmas Party, complete with candy canes and gifts, was held in Mitten Hall. The school year dosed with the Vlcq annual Student-Alumni Luncheon. Secretarial Club again this year brightened the J ack- son Children's Ward of Temple University Hospital with .gh H i"" "'l' gay decorations and gifts of books and candy at Thanks- giving: Christmas, and Easter. Three H mzdred Fifty HDME ECO Girlg of t he HOme E conomics Club hove fun OFFICERS President ..............,....,.............,....,..,., hfarian Philips ' .......... ........... IV Iarcia Potts Telford Ldefnt M ai ian Secretary Treasurer as We .A sig? sic? me is Q is as Q as if as 2 's is a st? vig 55915 slmgigg -1 l : ' ,. g vh,, n f i Vice-Pres' . .,..... 1 ................ ,........ .,................. L 0 uise Hettler f ti :X M K 'f Q is XM iff Y it assist is f' assi? , Z em Q , 6 X rg I if X Xzsx sf Q YE I Q Three H midi' p'Q"'1f'1Q rh ' elr April Fool DOFICS The Home Economics Club, composed of members of the Home Economics Department, is designed to promote professional growth and foster friendship among its members. ' Initiation of Freshmen girls in the department started a whirl of social activities. A tea was given in honor of freshmen and sophomore women in Teachers College. All the articles sold at the annual Christmas Bazaar, including socks, toys, cookies, mittens, and aprons, were made by members of the club. The proceeds were used for the Christmas Party. In February freshmen women gave a party for the upperclassmen at the Home Nlanagement house. Invita- tions to hear a lecture by Mary Stuyvesant of Ponds Com- pany on "Current Fashions" were extended to Immaculata College, Drexel Institute, and the University of Pennsyl- vania. An April Fool Dance high-lighted the activities in April. Guest speaker at the spring banquet was Dr. Louis Drummond of Columbia University. l news and professional information is "The Echoes." Departmenta ' tion's paper, ' ' l the Ameri- published in the organiza Economics Club is affiliated wit 1 The Home can Ho ' Association. me Economics ed Fifty-one 4 Zwiglielf Giselle' ' o swm Bene. fjcfemiifli, Oggiaoifjlpiif -l '.Lof 1, ppb -X on -X I Jeifkm ROW, me- , Munir I Shore NGQ9lf wgmjn' 355222, Cggedbeillglijbb' ghmhl ' '5l0le, ' Xl ice, Th moi H, Q len Zef GOydmQ, 33123, Cholgxilfgf Cites, H36-mgsixeld, S CK R0xN1TefYllES,:.My!, Wagga' gQURT:l SMS, Keaslia M420- , I - -X 0 , D n I ?1,bersboc'g,62g:jnC,Qnebggggxl Steslgxcwlavxowxtz, Goo Young' gxGnoQG'l' . ' 5xernb9'9' Levine, I Dubvn. THWXD ROW' Marketing Club, under the direction of Dr. Myron S. Heidingsfield, tries to stimulate interest in the various fields of marketing and distribution with particular em- OFFICERS phasis on the specialized experiences of those already in the P7fff-Wdwlf -------------'---..-----.--,.------..--.-- AUCI1 Greenberg field Vice-President .,...,...............,.. ......, C arl Van Aken ' , , , , , Correspomling Secretary, ....., .. Elliot Chaitt L 4 A A .......... Orlginated in 1911 with seven members? this local TfreasurermMMM-Hmm-mm mMBetty Ann Robb group has grown to a membership of approximately 150 students. The requirements for membership are an interest in marketin lus ood academic standin . up g P g g i This professional group holds discussions which are zlz V' planned to aid the students in business life. Informal meet- in s are au mented b s eakers who are ex erts in their ' g E Y P P field. Through an outside speakers' program, the club is . .... . . . 3532 ? trying to increase interest in the act1v1t1es of the Unzver- sity marketing program. Many of these speakers have f l zlzl zu: hired Temple graduates. f - ,Q A 5 . The club annually awards meritorious citations to the .-:.:... A Mt" :':': " ""' outstanding businessman and the outstanding educator who have done most for the fields of marketing and distribution. W Y f Three Hundred Fifty-two LEFT TO RIGHT: Paclcmon, Nace, Schycllovvsky, Gagliardi, l-lartrauft. FRONT1 Bacon. Edlelman, Freed, Zweig, Axelrod, Schiller, Turner, Teuchtner, OFFICERS President ....,...........,,..,............,.............. Fred Bacon Vice-President ....... ....,,........... I Iaia Freed Secretary ............. ......... L ea Schydlowsky TYLER ANCE TYLERPL YERS OFFICERS President ...... ....r........................,.. . ...Irwin Stahl Secretary ...... .. ,.....,., Myrna Menschel Treasurer .... .............. 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The R.O.T.C. program consists of two parts: the voluntary basic course, and tl1e voluntary advanced course and summer camp. At Temple the program is administered by Lt. Col. Lynn Spillman, who is aided by Major Richard Pollard, and four enlisted men. Lt. Col. Lucio Gatto is in charge of the Medical Corps Unit. The four year course includes such sub- jects as Individual Weapons and Marksman- ship, Leadership, Drill, and Exercise of Command g Military Administration 3 Mili- tary Law and Boardsg Psychological War- fare, Military Mobilization and Demobiliza- tion, and various "Special Branch Subjects." Each Tuesday and Thursday the unit drills in full-dress at the armory at Broad street and Susquehanna avenue. The Military Ball on April 1 turned the Great Court of Mitten Hall into a flag-decked armory. The traditional grand march was led by Col. Spillman, Cadet Col. John Santry, and their guests. On April 29 the unit was reviewed in a full-dress parade by a board of officers headed by Colonel John M. Ferguson at Temple Stadium. Members of the Diamond Band supplied music for the affair. A rating based on general information, administration, train- ing, and discipline will be awarded the unit. A training cruise to Bermuda is scheduled from June 11 to June 18. Approximately 35 cadets will receive training in ship's nomen- clature, and general duties regarding the operation of the vessel. Upon completion of the cruise, the cadets will participate in a six-Week summer encampment at Fort Eustis, V a. LT. Col. Lynn Spillmon, TC, USA. Rl oi I l C ,T Maj i ?v- W Q., I 4 -rf-ww-..,:w ,AA J F 4 Y , f . 1 ' 151+ ' - Q" 5 f I n Q 0 ' 9 . . n . ' . ' 0 "Q, ' 0 V, . , . , ' , . V . .112 ' 4 o , . , N y 0 , , . , .L w ,I -X . - . , ,V , , Q l y , . . p ' bi ., I . , . , . . V . , . .4 6 b , r ' - 4 - 1 1 '., 0 ' - , 1 . - - -- 1. ,. mU.b, n 'H no m, fi V u .J ' .4-2 A - 3 . 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I "1-EE-2' 1" ie ,Mgr W A ELTA CHAPTER F OUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY IN 1914 FOUNDED LOC ALLY IN 1930 CHAPTERS BETA D 18 ACTIVE Inspired by the Deanis Plaque award for being the fraternity with the most improved scholastic average, Alpha Phi Delta sponsored a series of monthly luncheons, which began in January, fea- turing outstanding professional and busi- ness men as guest speakers. Their Alumni Club was kept aware of the activities through the issuance of a monthly news- letter. They also held four informal mixer dances and their annual Purple and White Dinner Dance in May. OFFICERS President Frank D' 1Giuseppe Vice-President Peter Scuderi Recording Secretary Frank Montemuro Corrospond' mg Secretary Vito Merola Tv'eusm'er Matthew LoMonaco Egg, -" Q , 'V A I 8 6 xx SEE! N' W :fi g a - 5- A Q dl 4 , . "xi ,. 1 1 'gh 2 ff K 1:53 ' f QQ ,, OMEGA CHAPTER RTI-I PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT NIVERSITY 1841 NO NEW YORK U IN 1907 ALLY IN 1923 HAPTERS FOUNDED LOC 46 ACTIVE C Among the prominent speakers at the eight professional meetings sponsored throughout the year hy Delta Sigma Pi were representatives of the Federal Bu- reau of Investigation and the Philadel- phia Junior Chamber of Commerce. The purpose of these professional meetings is to promote closer affiliations between the commercial world and students of com- merce. Social activities of the fraternity were highlighted by the annual Spring Dinner I Temple Country Club. Dance at the Lu u OFFICERS President Stanley Glossner lst Vice-President Edward Sodoma 2nd Vice-President James Love Secretary Robert March Treasurer Henry Hochstrasser DELTA SIGM PI Stanley G10 fdward 34,5323 311105 Love Robert March II-glenry afitel' Ar 1 ixvm Bflrtllo d ' H-ck ciay Rielml-d Cross 5'?21'ge Curio Robe-li-It Qamiani mtnngllam P H111 Flex igfwn Gionir fl Ph Graff Edward Humeny T, Walt 1 . PZIUI Saul-eland George Llldlow Tho Ricliggg Tfgigimrmack James peace Charles Pegg Fred - . Donalfllgialifggllson gvolin Scliolding- rancjs Charles T RQbert uriigr William Williq Gerald Zemberms J oseph Komannicki F. .. FingelS 11312223 Gorlick en LHW' ce Levan Hex-beft Lcvitapori Eugene Rappr Norman Shea X B Stutz' Lglililip Wwtliurg ron W em PG2:Jrd00 Wolfe P HI lPH . V wma Y J 0 sevh Behrens 'k Mqryiiglsxligglman Vrigliirt Cohen k Alben Coo ' Manucx D3,VlS HeybCY t DESHWH 6-.Lg ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 1749 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN 1914 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1929 22 ACTIVE CHA PTE RS Versatility is reflected by the activities of Phi- Alpha Besid . es redecorating and rebuilding their fraternity house, the men of Phi Alpha are active in social events and college functions. House parties are weekly occurrences, while a formal dance enlivened the Christmas holiday. The fra- ternity carried off second prize in the Homecoming Parade. Phi A1pha's many talents was formally recognized wht tl in ie chapter was pre sented the Versatility Award by their national oiiicers. OFFICERS President Martin Lenow Vice-President Alfred Rauchman Secretm-y Joseph Behrens fl'reaszu'er Allan Stutz nl A XM 1 Xgi5?e.f1i223ffi3f5iffifif ,..-' X Mal' ' V111 Wei h if N '?fP1-an Refi? William GIGS Isadore Locksei. Gerald Baum ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER 2011 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT YALE IN 1895 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1927 36 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Hep Margil3nBiifEC1' Lester Botog, gilbert Brest Obert Dee The Pi Lam boys captured three M . l this year: the Homecoming Shfgsin Elsenberg b t decorated house on Mm-HgnFFe1dman - reedman ward for the es -campus, the I-F bowling champion and I-F ping pong championship. only does Pi Lambda Phi collect but the fraternity also offers the A. Kovner Award for the out- Greek athlete, and the Alfred Kovner inter-fraternity Athletic Socially, the Pi Lams sponsor monthly parties and an annual spring for- OFFICERS resiclent Norman Reiss 'i60-P7'GS'id07lt Larry Marcus cretary Sydney Gottenberg reasufrer William Glosser PI l MBD PHI Harr G Richai-d gilfsirg glgllillzzan G:1'0SS1l1an James Jisllilgllbloom Harry Hll'-9cht'eld 1 Marvj 'Yatt 11 Llpowitz Lawrence Marcus Roi d , A I3Il?1ggl1i0WltZ Ossie Packer -Pfllgtch alll , Sheldon Pgffllsgrantz Sidney Rosegblgt Robert R Ernest Roozzfgtllal 1. zfrvlfl .Schur ' cldi Selgel Afonld sn . Frank Sfulgilman Howard Wisse Phil Zeidmazn rman E . Phram MllCSt0ne SIGM P HI EPSll0 WW Kfaxfzff., Robert Mc ello Michael Moxiphy Thomas Mu J ohn UN cm H Harold H0555 C Steele C32-Esggimmons Douglas Young d Ralston i W. h Reilly ijtiiiiip Qhaffrteis Fredeflck ,low Frederick Ba iohn Bmlartz Brad? J olngund Butt Ed CharleS Bfown Frederick Callagme Robert Cauwlkr mild Comm giierod Cooper Frank Eflcxfsgn William P52515 wmaam F1 mer Thomas Ga get' Befuilh cififfvfiv Eviihlxter Hatkev Itch 31 Richard WSIB? Q Q 'bd as 1 esfpgeffef rn ex, 1,e? 2,,::V:3 WVv4s,fLieiJ ,q4fi,3 ' "li ia " ' N.i"'li V ,xi " . ,. x.fI51,i?3f,f,f,,.WSfz2? ' " riginfwef-Y H ' R PENNSYLVANIA MU CHAPTER AVENUE FOUNDED AT OF RICHMOND 1815 NORTH PARK UNIVERSITY IN 1901 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1938 E CHAPTERS '76 ACTIV The Sig Eps, social activities read 1 the index of a "how-to-enjoy-life" b For ' ' emost is their Christmas Party children at the Method' ist Orphanage, which the boys su, I' e n pp led gifts for v child, complete with Santa. Claus d Christmas tree a Their annuzil Sweethearts Ball held in April this year at th A ' C e shb ountry Club. Also included in the were three Open House Parties, u b dance, two pledge dinners, and a 'pie OFFICERS President John Reilly Vfiee-Pfresident Briton Piez Secretary William Fifield Treasurer Philip Chabot F 2016 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT VINCENNES UNIVERSITY IN 1897 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1909 42 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Sigma Pi fosters school spirit and ter-fraternity athletic participation by ousoring the George F. Monroe Cup, 'ven to the Greek who had done the ost for Temple, and the James King thletic Trophy, awarded to that fra- rnity which accumulates the greatest mber of points in the I-F program. The social calendar was headed by the rchid Ball held at the Germantown ricket Club. Another entry on the cal- dar was the Founder's Day Banquet February. . OFFICERS resident Stanley Howell -ice-Piresiclfmt Harry Morton ecorcling Secretm-y Russ Carpenter luiznui Seuretwry H. Edwin Riebel easurer Paul Rockel THET PP PHI ' tilo F nk POSWIF ffrllhony Cmzgfluo William Gan J ack Foster li G orge Bla? sferhen Hr? rd Alphee B011 3. n Robert Bullrma Robert Burns Thema-S Clearslierfy wmaam Doug Robert Feldman . ' Fewel' John Gindassman Joseph Gro John Helvati Francis Kelley J Ohn as John J - Murray J osCPll Papffo Vincent Re d Robert Rec tu Pete? ROSSB R J 0561-'ll S ak2Y ick olomew 'B arth um C - 1 ml 11 r Henry Slsg 6 Steven T 10 awoiski Eugene Z .:.l 4 - 1 5 aia -5 fsii' .. Qv- Www '-f?' fa yy y me in , .:,:n:,, QKQW5 1. P iffy ee if i ll P we az vs g .,., IOTA CHAPTER K AVENUE FOUNDED AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY IN 1919 FOUNDED LOCA f y ae N' eg Y 4 Z x 5 A Jf- " H Q V 3 S 1. f- 2 A QM ke glen. 5555 , K 'Slew is ' 1 'T' 1 1 'f , I f ,gb ' . 9 If a 5 fwjfis ff J . ffl rw . Q32 'iflf ll m .,: .aw,'-ww fa. ,r 1. ef A-.2061 A.:-: -P :-' ff .: '3 ff. vi as .:.:. 1. 5 14 QVC, ay ' - -Q. . fa W f ,e r , , MQ We M Himsa. ' "f s, X, ini, ffl. G Ji .: Q. :: ,,:. 1 f.- 7,54 wa, 1722 NORTH PAR LLY IN 1932 144 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Retiring the I-F Basketball Trophy by winning it three consecutive T years, the eta Kaps have placed in competitic the Theta Kappa Phi Memorial Tropl' in memory of their five brothers killed in World War II. They did themselves proud with Christmas Party for children in the 171 block on Park Avenue under 12 years 1 age, and their annual Spring' Formal, dinner-dance for brothers and alumr OFFICERS President Frank Poswistilo Vice-President Anthony Caravelle Secretary William Gannon Treasurer John Foster -x-- ,::: A E6 Am 51 V :E .1 , g az. sf- 2'- J 524 .. . ' KP f I . 2 '12 V I 7 L wig' , .. 11 "A 1 A . f f L . i . .W,gx,54-Lw,,. vkvl S .0W.i. fanley Axenfelgz zoos NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT TEMPLE UNIVERSITY IN 1927 Jake Baz-iss germ-am Dubin er . naid Feather-man ial In addition to their main annual soc t Formal, held this functions, the Win er ear at the Anchorage, and the Spring inner-Dance, the Zeta Lams tendered a ' ' lumni's wives. party in honor of their a. r. David K. Hable of the Psychology epartment was the speaker at Alumni Wives Night. l .MaY1,vi! I The Zeta Lambda Phi members cele- A1-noni Greenberg brated the twenty-second year of the HOT C Gordon ' ' convention ace Herbsman fraternity's existence with a at Atlantic City. OFFICERS resident Leonard Wilf ice-President Bernard Horowitz ecretary Lawrence Kovnat reasurer Edward Perry LAMBD PHI Marvin If Robert Lei-finer Charles Meunfud P H111 Mil- Mur , lqd Maiezfagelgagkman Rob . . llforfdyf 3523.15 P4111 Weifzmai, Manning Davis Peter Scuderi Robert Buhrman Jake Bariss Charles Brown Vincent Carosella Russell Carpenter Robert Feldman Paul Flexer Sherman Mendelson Edward Mickiewicz Paul Milrod Pat Pegg Gene Rappaport Norman Reiss Ernie Rovins Robert Sabbato I-F C0lI Cll OFFICERS President ..,.................................,,.... Manning Davis Vice-President ........ Peter Scuderi Secretary ....... ....... J ames Hartnett ALPHA PHI DELTA Treasurer ...,..... Robert Buhrman PI LAMBDA PHI DELTA SIGMA PI SIGMA PHI EPSILON PHI ALPHA SIGMA P1 PHI ALPHA PI THETA KAPPA PHI PI EPSILON DELTA Three Hundred Sixty-eight ZETA LAMBDA PHI AN-HEllE IC ASS' J ean Magin Lorraine Chalal Anne Gilmore V. H M I N H w ' H '- M Phyllis Forman Josephine Leo v Angela Perna 1 I 1 - If - .- If K M , 1 I Q. .- QW E: ,Jig tx ,, 'R , . I 11 - ' I "' N' H ' , ' 'MZSFQES ' , N N 'K :SEQ R 'gag . ww N m .1 4 " J f - i ' J s H N 'hh Lia? A W , Lf '3,,- 1, --1 r 1 ' Ruth Wendkos 1 . H I f vs vm 4 ' Refi' - , I 'I . 4 a .. L ,,,o ,Q L. OFFICERS President .......,,.,, ..............,............,..., J ean Magin Vice-President ......., ...,..,,. I sabelle Swan Secretary .........,... ......... L orraine Chalal Treasurer. .. ........ IVIarga1'et IVIiI1er ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA PHI DELTA TAU ALPHA SIGMA TAU PHI SIGMA SIGMA DELTA SIGMA EPSILON THETA SIGMA UPSILON IOTA ALPHA PI Three H1mdwa'S'i.vty-nine THETA UP SILON LPHA SIGMA ALPH WX Jean lgagiogfail The In :Cool otliy M , giaxrbara Uwens f Marifm Plmmtss Polisllll 2123: Praxthgads yatricia R smriey Robinson . rs Doris R0 it Jeiiscz, 1512393 Wlllte I 1 Sw an mbCllF b jjatricia R115-gigyady Mary Jam? pie Miriam Hlp Oslet thy , C3816 VNV dis R ith A5 Elaine Bums -ter DOYOHW cgllristi Charlene Gwynn Offjthy tris ' Marifm Ha l i xv' 'r' , Holtz Dorothy Yyfc Ruth Lan 1 if if 5 , 1 to 77' 4? ,ra W A. T T f ,,nW C s T' KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 1938 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA IN 1901 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1922 35 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Dinner parties were the order of ' day for Alpha Sigma Alpha. They served the sorority's Founder's Day W a dinner, and on St. Valentinels l and Mother's Day the parents of Alpha Sigs were entertained at a 1 ner. Alpha, Sig hospitality was not lim to the members or their parents, for sorority provided entertainment for ' erans through the purchase of mo picture projectors and films for serv men's hospitals. ,AF OFFICERS President Isabelle Swan Vfice-President Patricia Rusby Recording Secrctarry Mary Jane Brady Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Osler T1'eusm'e'r Miriam Hippie , 54 . , I-Hqw. I ' . . if -" A1 ,fx 'W-1' - ,sv 44-, . ,, QAZTS, AZ I Tig at "QQ xiii' , I, gif :QA fgu' ,Sf vi ' 7:7 ni" A' fl A ...V "fl" I '-.152 Q, . X. Qfi A A ' f,.' LAMBDA CHAPTER FOUNDED AT MICHIGAN STATE NORMAL COLLEGE IN 1890 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1926 20 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha. Sigma Tau was awarded the Scholarship Cup as the so- which had maintained the highest average throughout the .yea,r. eseutation was made at the Tea. But it is not all work for the Alpha ' 1 Id its aifairs Taus. The sorority 10 s ' '," ' . ' the a pl' Cloisters their clubroom in Park home of Mrs James A their advisor The girls enter h Philadelphia Alumm Chapter t e punch hourg and their Mothers with a tea.. OFFICERS President Peggy Miller Vice-President Carolyn Potser Recording Secretary Ruth Stockman O'orrespond'i'ng Secretary Molly Pitcher Treasurer Esther Michener LPHA SIGM ll Margaret Miner ,fi MOU-V Pitcher Ni. . w- ' . x 1 5. t .,, -. v LS- E-ii i N ri kj' 5 ' Ruth Stock ll! Esther Mfcheggr i , Ruth Egester X ka Dgain Nlagnnsby' Alberta ulin k zimuise Nymgm Belie Yqtet 6219 Reid dex' Jfmice Sny DELTA SIGM EPSILU C Oldhv-W June Spagiam Dor0'ihY ad Doris To gels 'VOHHC Wes Anne Yeakex 'ht' M9111 331153 Q 5 V, .A.X, I ' 8 -Q? f -f Aj 1. 1 , A 'il ' .V 4' AVV4 'ii Um? KAPPA CHAPTER 1922 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY TEACHERS COLLEGE IN 1914 eng, FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1991 ,Amy SchuS in 36 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Before going home for the holidays the Delta Sigs squeeze both social and service into their calendar. The house dance for Sigma Pi early in the month. Delta Sig pledges feted active bers at a Christmas Party on the 1 Christmas package was sent to I Disease Colony at Carville, La., by sorority. A party was given in the for the Sigma Phi Epsilon OFFICERS P-reside-nt Josephine Leo Tfilid-lJ7'0SId0'l1.t Dorothy Schumann Recording Sem'etm'y Ellen Mannix Cowes 0'l'l-din Secretcm' I 27 U Virginia Johnston T1'easu1'er Alice Critchiield - K -:I- jzgif sf 'wg,,ef'u,,Q, sigegfa. ,gui mfg 215252 9 fr 'L f I .... . we 19 , .Q , f efs"'-Egifts .Wk-' if , fi. egg, ' 9 25? 1'-mfg 12,-w::f:'f'a?1'3a, . f .I ,g 1 -S. W"'f"i1iQ4f'f-1w?"Ew W 'Am-Veggies' N' 4 - S:3?ZsSwxsu Q" SIGMA CHAPTER FOUNDED AT TI-IE NORMAL COLLEGE OF NEW YORK CITY IN 1903 CALLY IN 1931 16 ACTIVE CHAPTERS FOUNDED LO Iotfi Alpha Pi, oldest international for Jewish women, fulfilled its foster social relations among .. with an All University Party zu Coke and Cookie Capers for len. On a national scale the sorority worked its aim by presenting Helen Douglas, California Congress- the Diamond Award, highest at nr conferred by the group, i given in her honor at the Hotel, Washington, D. C. OFFICERS Presiclent Ruth VVendkos Vicre-President Joan Mosco Recording Secretary Louise Baker Correspomlivlg Secfretmyy Roslyn Charleston T7'0lfl31L7'IH' Ruth Bless IUTAT ALPH Pl Ruth W giuth 131fidk"S elma Boose S . ond:-4 Brown K E athleen Feinberg Ve Saievefz H. .Li I I I N A ix Q 505- ff" ZS ,fv --.L-a v' ,.. 101' ,7- fr' I 1 If Adele Schact ,. e ' Mamne Suydei Elaine Weiss , 5355.131-ffm " 2-R fi:-1 fiat, E, if ss f -f'R-,saziwziikfzz X Z 'ifxsf FA L 19 X., iw W 1 ef REAM v,.f,ff,., , ,f ,f.1W.w5iH,.1 ,. . ,. Q ,, ,wg ., w ,Am 1 Q? Q sagem A 5- 'ffzff . 4 ,:,..xsg,.. , -gl f ,, ,i .eww -5, 1 Qui, gf na me If T wk Sa ..... A ,.... 1 ' -aw .1 231539 Cel p l?11?i"'-5 +3 ' :': 1 ' ' 6 viv id X A ik 2 T g 2 W 2 .151 Q an I "" I flam- uis rom ' f Q M, Q 1 1 1 H. ,SS iii' J--,Miz f -,N i.me,, ,. - J . .Q. M. . i if- wtgixb a - 1 , .J J fa? 1 :R , ' z f' 2 as at y cvnfiiiii of een - ---- '-'- H Haffict aid Patricia Qreenw P xe Baxxss . J M OWU J OYCC Bf man . 'WH Rane- it igllltiie RGUQQQR Betsy Ann . bbflux . Yhylgj Sghonberger Glof bap05 i dys 5 ' cliignice Stem 9? H th Burg Eiizabe df rb Ruins' 6 Ggayazmith Leon0Ye 2 don ,X smaiygflflman gala Yaris 2001 NORTH PARK AVENUE The Phi Delta Tau house buzzed W activity during the 34-8-949 college ye House parties, outings, and teas ca fast and furious. A tea was tended honor of their housemother, Mrs. Et Newman. Parents of the girls were a entertained at a tea. However, all social activities were 1 confined to the sorority house. Anotl of their colorful afairs was the ann' Winter Ball which took place at the Pe Sheraton Hotel. FOUNDED AT TEMPLE UNIVERSITY IN 1940 OFF ICERS Presiclewrt Phylis Forman Vice-P'rcsident Cynthia Wellman Reco'rcl'i1z.g Secretary Harriet Green C'ora'cspo11fZing Secrets:-w'y Patricia Greenwald 7'-1'aas1n'm' . Natalie Remick 15' 1'-.. ..,, .ffl XI CHAPTER 1933 NORTH BROAD STREET FOUNDED AT HUNTER COLLEGE IN 1913 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1926 34 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Philanthropic service is the goal of the Witlm this ln mmd they have substantial gifts to the United Appeal and the Damon Runyon 't Ball was held Fund. A Chan y the Benjamin Franklin Hotel to raise . ' - 4. f C nl- for the Rheumatic Fewer a Dessert Hours, sponsored by are informal social affairs University women and are ln the Phi Sig house. OFFICERS President Lorraine Chalal V-ice-Pfresiclefnt Sarah Levitz PHI SIGMA S GMA 1'I'3.1Ile C1 K 1-alfssy Levitz 111111 lckey Hal-en 1 B Lola ernic C Bea Dsbinolm Enfline G Ep-l'n Grolsgss Ha Harris YD?-v ,E Recorrliug Secretcvry Myra Harren Oo'r1'expondi1ig Secretaries Harriet Morrison June Bloch T1'0CLS'1l-7'07' Lola Apothaker D01'oth Do1oresyKIgi,zhgE, Nora Koral Evelyn Obl- f Ionya Rosegloler fillet Stalker S Cl ' . wxzfxrrfssum -1 1, "k' I as . , Q ff 2 - X M F H-rs' ' 1' -.'wLfrmL's'f:i' fl' " ..-. V yi. ,x A .31 53, 1 . new 14.6 222 - A7lM:'i1 552 ' -. fowl- fit sf - ' ' M ' " ef Anne Gilmore -v fggiwx Esther Schultz Marjorie Sunderland G10f?a.Le13E3n In 'Lucia . t. Rinse Marie Mus cr ' ll Dorotxxy Ann y ' Ott Ilioxlllizllloessle 'an Sclffoeder glmglzlna Swift Rllth Thac Ruth Voeum Mary P lm l Gcr ln ,f I fl , , Mary Jani! Wlllte Marie Bond . an gems Frances Dlmh: Lorraine Fin Nancy Hes l . ' lc e Jozwia Or Kasales tlruilc Kubach ' .Sm -W GAMMA CHAPTER 1936 NORTH PARK AVENUE FOUNDED AT KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE IN 1921 FOUNDED LOCALLY IN 1922 16 ACTIVE CHAPTERS I-Iigh spot of the year for the The Sigs was the celebration of their 25 anniversary, The celebration included a initiation of new members, a buEet di ner, and an Open House party plus alumni luncheon, and :L formal dance the Barclay. The week-end celebrati ended on Sunday with a breakfast at t' sorority house after which the grol attended church Theta Si al S I b r . g um ca back to make thc aifair a memora l CO OFFICERS P1-esiflmzt Anne Gilmore Vice-Presicln-n,t Esther Schultz Scc1'etu'ry Marjorie Sunderland Treasuo'er Mary Jane White . Vg, v- gr - 'I V . A i f. V . V. 1. ,i .,A.VA.v:,:.,, ii N .ivy I 8 L I , g f- I f I - , ?i"r,vqf5'-- ' f' , e ,. 15 ill 99 , L A ALPHA CHAPTER FOUNDED AT TI-IE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN 1909 CALLY IN 1915 DELT FOUNDED LO 19 ACTIVE CHAPTERS Scholarship and social activities are the of Theta Upsi1on's theme. Each on the so1'ority's Founder's Day an is presented to the senior gradu- with the highest scholastic average previous June. In keeping with their aim "to learn etiquette that every college woman and should have," the Theta U's ' 'unction the Panhellenic Association s pr of talks on etiquette. 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" iii kk +-"- s 'NNY mum 'sa I- 7' I 2 11435 ' uf '- QZTQACK? E W N ma! BEURNQ n n a Y u T' n Q E! K as -fm t A L n W ,N fa? fa Bos n ,iv nf ff ODELL. g gnu xx , A , E" . ww .W-E -V. JACK FLPANNERY n ff 1' ., Wx fffif' Hx ' K Q77 fix up 2 H Tom Skladany, standout of the year IV' i ,ffl K .ZXY , f", 53' - m C mer BNN wel . e Xlofgxw J 'YY" ' mllg i Tag? as M M If :I uw i i f 5.25 xv ,q, 1 , I wt X 1 H'- F ,. M, Genem' Sheffev Feldm ! f fu V N - 1 Un, Senior, . his 36,11 -- ,W , 1 ,,-' e .:"' ,N :IS VV Luk mans" P auX Dubenetzky Running Guard Bob Esferly. BACK ROW: Head Coach Morrison, Coach DaGrossa Coach Odell, Skladany, McCracken, Freer, Treweek, Coach Stevens, Coach Burns, Coach Flannery. FOURTH ROWQ Tucker, Smith, Loudenberg, Bonsall, Maiden, Bernardo, Marlh, Kwiatkowski. THIRD ROW: Ravin, Ogden, Hewson, Timko, Caterina, Tryens, Smith, Bate- man. SECOND ROW: Paczkowski, Zielinski, Cain, Marhalik, Piez, Dubenetzky, Zaborowski, Esterly. FRONT ROW: Dolin, Feldman, Zawoiski, Orseck, Capt. Rogers, Grady, Lee, Callahan, Harvey. FIRST TEAM LlNE: Lee Harvey, Dolin, Zielinskl, Piez, Callahan, Grady, Rogers. BACKS: Zawoiski, Feldman, Orseck, Bernardo. Fullback Tom Skladany, most valuable back and high scorer of year l I Mountaineers Slam Owls, 27-7 WVest Virginia, sparked by Jim Wlathall's brilliant passing, found Templeis pass defense lax, and hung a 27-7 pasting on the Owls in the Chocolate Bowl at Hershey, Behind at the half, 6-0, the next periods saw them threaten several times ineffec- tively. Hansen, Bernardo and Cater- ine ran well for the Owls and a twenty yard pass, Dubcnetzky to Lee, late in the game produced the lone Temple counter. Owls BeHer-20 Rufgers Besf-3 4 The Owls outstanding oEensive dis- play of the year found them losing to a strong Rutgers team, 34-20. Be- hind 20-27, Temple had Jack Smith's 20-yard run with an intercepted later- al recalled, from which point Rutgers drove to the elinching score. Bateman rammed over from the two, Duben- etzky passed 25 to Barnardo, and Caterine passed to Captain Rogers for the three Owl scores. It was Temple's best game of the year. netzky hijacked in Syracuse tussle. Smrth's placement good against Syracuse ecomlng Day. dany stopped for short gain against Syracuse. OU Owls' Temple Lucky in 7-7 Opener Supposedly a breather, Lebanon Valley outfought the Owls for three periods while scoring once in the sec- ond quarter. Showing offensive strength in midfield, the Owls never seemed to generate a scoring punch losing sev- eral opportunities inside the twenty. Temple won a tie early in the fourth period when center Pete Ravin fell on a fumbled ball in the end zone, and Andy Tryens converted to make it 7-7. Sklodany Q57 stops one State threat. Against State, Batemans quick kick went 65 yards Captain Rogers i882 leads Owls from dressing room Owls Lose, l3-7 lo Boston Univ. In a tight night game, featuring great line play, the Owls lost to Bos- ton University, 13-7. Hansenis 20- yard running pass to Lee scored for Temple in the second period, giving them their first lead of the year, 'i'-6. Several Owl opportunities were lost despite good running by Bernardo and Dubenetzky and Zawoiski. The line was anchored by John Kwiatkowski, Rogers, Zielinski and Dolin, who played heads-up ball. Syracuse's Cusiis QETS aff jump pcss. Sicvenski of Syracuse stopped by Orseck i24J.i i Guard Vince Zieiinski injured in Holy Cross game, 'i .i Aggies Trample Tired Owls, 4l- The first half Temple fought to 7-0 lead over the Oklahoma Agg after the two day trip to Stillwat Ed Bateman picked an Aggie fuml out of the air and ran 40 yards to , up the Owl score which was made Tom Skladany after Bernardo li carried several time. The second 11 was another story as the heat and juries hindered the tired Owls. Skladany Slars Owls Win 20-0 This was Tom Skladany's night the Stadium as the burly fullb cracked over from the six, ran yards with an intercepted pass, bacl up the line with ferocity, twice pun out of bounds inside the ten, as Owls won easily over a. weak Bucki team. Skladany was awarded Maxwell Trophy of the week. l Bernardo ran 21 yards for the ot score and gained consistently ii Zawoiski and Dubenetzky. Caterina Eback To cameral spins for gain game. Skladany sets up first Syracuse gc Dubeneizky pulls one down against Owl end Kwiatkowsku and Syracuses Davis 1 -1 ,, 4. ,hun ,, .ff. A?iR iff 1 ' A A if K E ' frail .V f -QI : .. -, A. 4 Lang., 1 . e. Q "' Tia- ' ff .,,. , - . , Q . - Q f . E - A I X F V , 1,7 -,fn MP, , '- 377 A , N , T"7,g:"fg " ' K --,., 3 ' izrl-R f ,si N 2 :,, .1 - A -1' M.5.N.? 3f?2'fwf,,,23f: . 5 -1 ,-Q" r'-lim ' -' dim " AK' .iw Q WQ 3 'wvWw if ff " 'fi -'rw . 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I ' f H ' i1MV85Hr' 1J, .x:L'rP, , 'Wg V. H " - ,., f -' ' f ji, D ' QL D Q, M-f"-?'--MQ ' M QQ-4' ll ,wx 6? 1 , gl 15- L w-.I vw? . T I' " 1 N by .fy 'M ' J rf NZ ' 0 4' ww.-Mm M E ' " . N 5 559' Q .15 fin' A ,MW-A 'Hs ' 5 mmf., zmufnf' ,K Sf H! , .1 SVU 'HM .iw ,E N H ' . 2 ,wp ' fd f -gif' , :Af 5 J x U, f . s-.v I -4 'S is U 'if 1 1 X 51 2 ' .iii 1 , V' . 4, I ' ' WT ' ' .wh H. if 'N if ff UM 1 TE gwff W. 2 Three Hundred Ninety-six COACH PETE LEAN ESS T W? W. 6. M, 6 66H666H,666sg'66'66 EQEN666 666W Him.-. 6-, ,V 6 .-. l'6f"L.Q , , 6- .. , .. .6 6 ,., WV.- 6 6 . 52.1 il, 6 6 :6,4 Q. f::.,I'6f' ' Vg . .'-626 W6 ..'i . - , 6-Q '. 1,6 11624- '.,.,. -6f f' 6. 2 .1156 , , ..V,..:' 'f ,,-,6 ,6 , , X ,6 ,,, Na 5 . 5 . . K 6 ,. X 6 6 . r6.6 6 , ,,, . 1: . A" x ,535 6 . 1 ,Z sf, V. 6 2 . 7,5 ..6 .6 "6 6 . .Q climax of an otherwise perfect sc 6 6 I 'fag an excellent 7-1 record they 6 fl llVhite playmaker and Tom Lambert, wa '.I..?:,,, 6 'L' 63' x .. . X 6 6 s6WW'x 6 ' 6 fag' 'nf ' 6 V-. Q 6 Y E fp' 7, Mex , -,' 6 6 "1 Mfg, ' f,,:1lw 66. , -'K -Q .,l6' ' . -' 6--E V ,ZS 4 6, , W. X. . ,A K ...H I-1 A .V fuk 6 6:1 L 6 5 ,,.2 -si a6,6. V61 5 A W L' fli 36' 96- g- V Record Spoiled l By Penn State 5 The Owl Booters only defeat, 4--1 loss to Penn State, was , This defeat cost the soceermen national crown, but on the basis awarded the Eastern title. Highlight of the season came 'Captain Johnny Hughes, Cherry s . . T66 distance-kicking tullback were ffitecl for the second consecutive i for All-American honors. ,Q lk Coach "Pete" Leaness' boys, won- ? , if 'derful record could only be attributed .to spirited teamwork. 6632 Goalie Tom Dickson, Steve Hritz, 6 6 .Freddy Barlow, Ben Alexander, Walt 666 'Dawson and Bob Gault hit the head- glijlines consistently with their excellent X, f' play. 'E is 6, , . 6 666 , .W , 6 . M W6 6" H666 66'6 -.1 T, , I sw , Q I Q K 6 ...U N., V6 . 6 6--D6 -64,7 fx , ': :f5,,,,. , :L Zig , ,H-11.1--,,6:6 rg... ,,. .... Q.. 6 . .1 i ,6 Y 6 ' yr ,:,:..f: ,, 1: . ,6,., .. .,. :A 6 1 'Luft' 6 , 6. . 6 ' ,.6 6 Q , ,,f 6 -A 6,1 X6 , ,,.6 , ., . ,..6. H 1- . .,.i.-- 4. ry A .. 6 6 .. 66 , sp, i ..,, 6 1 5 6 vm. 6 6 6 6 '62-" Y -?Ih?Jf?s'?- E'w5?"'??"65?3?l'Y 6316-52551 2 ,me ..... A... ,... ....WW....,,,,t., ..,. ,..,.....v..-..M.6,,6?..M..-a....,..,,..- Owls Score 31 Opponents Get In the opener against Bucknell Lewisburg the Owls were victoria 2-O. The Booters clrubbed Muhl berg 4--0, and went on to level fayette 3-0. At 46th and Haverford, the smothered Drexe1's Dragons 6-0. pecting a rough battle with Ru they continued to shut out the OI tion by overwhelming the Scarlets in a, one-sided contest. The Terrapins from Maryland the first foes to reach pay dirt hard fought game at College but the Owls emerged the winner a 4-1 count. The Cherry and White's then a 5-0 shutout over Army. 4' flax , A ',' . A 1 . 'px .f ., J BACK ROW: Treweek, Rogerson, Hill, DeLong, Cecil, Cheskin, Thomas, Rosenthal, Black, Rosenthal, Coach Logan, FRONT ROW: Donnelly, Spivak, Schmidt, Ackerman, Steinmeiz. , Tankmen Win 6, Lose Place Third in League The Temple Varsity Swimming team splashed through to a record of six wins and three losses for the 19118-419 season. Starting the year with 11 veterans of last in the Middle Atlantic States and Eastern Swimming Association, the Owls dumped Swarthmore, 11-1-34, piling up an early lead and coasting to victory. Ackerman capped both free style dashes, and Cheskin, Stock- ton and Schmidt took firsts, also. Against NYU the Owls took six firsts, Schmidt taking two, as they won 43-32. Seven more firsts were taken against Lehigh in the win, 52- 23, Ackerman again taking the dashes. Rutgers handed the Owls a 55-20 pasting with only Schmidt and Cheskin winning events for Temple. The Owl's 300-yard relay team was beaten for the first time in that meet. Drexel was swamped hy 58-17, with Cheskin winning the 220-yard free- style and the 200-yard hreaststroke. Ackerman also won the 50-yard dash tieing the pool record of 24.6. year's team which was runner-up In the Eaatern Intercollegiate League Meet at Princeton, Stcinmetz took a fifth in a heat of the 150-yard hackstroke, and Cheskin took a fifth in the heat of 220-yard hreaststrokc. Cheskin also placed fifth in the 300- yard individual medley. Then at the Eastern Collegiate Swimming Association Champion- ships, the Owls scored only 17 points to wind up in third place. Ackerman set a new University record of 23.9 in the 50-yard freestyle, but only managed to place fourth in the race. Schmidt took third in the 200-yard breast stroke and Cheskin fourth in the 410. Stockton took fifth in diving and the 300-yard medley relay squad took third. Ackerman, Donnelly and Spivack will be lost througrh graduation. BACK ROW: Monoger Ehly, Willard, Funk, Robinson, Miles, Richter, Ackerman, Keosseion, ond Conch Mex Younger.. FRONT ROW: l-loyes, Berenoto, Winneherger, Stou t, Mocliinney, Mo rcus. NCAA Gym Championship For Undefeafed Templars NCAA champs-undefeated in eight meets for the first time since 19441-holders of the Eastern Intercollegiate Championship. That was the proud record of Coach Max Younger's edition of the gym team. Before the season, Coach Younger Said, Ulf we don't do it this year, I don't know when we will." So they did it. The squad opened the season with a convincing 58-38 victory over the Germantown Athletic Club, Stout winning the horizontal and parallel bars, as well as the tumbling event. Berenato took horse. In the first fell, 59V2-SQM, enato winning respectively. In the outstanding showing, Dela- ware was swamped, 78-18, as the Owls won the first three places in all six events. Jersey City Recreation Center was the :fourth victim of the high-flying Owls, losing 58W-3715. Stout won the horizontal and parallel bars, Hayes the rings, and Robinson the rope climb. Navy, expected to be the first stum- bling block fell to Temple 60-36. Stout took both bar events, and McKinney, Marcus and Stout swept the tumbling. Hayes won the rings and sidehorse. The powerful U. S. Military Acad- emy was the Owls' sixth victim, by 56-LO, as the strength of the Owls was evident in taking' many of the second in the side- EIL meet, Syracuse with Hayes and Ber- the rings and horse .Jimi-' VJ"w1.l fi .- if 5 seconds and thirds. Marcus, McKinney and Stout once again swept the mats, and Berenato, Hayes and Miles swept the horse. Ternple's 19448 nemesis, Penn State, fell prey to the ever increasing strength of the Cherry and White, 56-40. Bercnato, Stout, Hayes and Robinson won the horse, parallels, rings, and tied for first in the rope climb, respectively. Stout clinched his 1949 EIL All- Around Championship for the second year, scoring 1050 points of a possible 1250, to lead State'5 Bonsall, and Syracuse's Baba. Financed by the Athletic Board and contributions of the student body and faculty, thc team flew to Cali- fornia, where it paid oft' the trust by returning with the National Collegiate Athletic Association Gymnastic Championship, the first ever won by a Temple team. Stout won the hori- zontal bars, placed second on the parallels, and third in All-Around. Berenato won the horse, and Acker- man, McK'inney and Hayes also scored to help the Owls pile up 28 points, leading their closest competi- tor by 11 points. Next year Coach Younger will have to do without Stout, McKinney, Marcus and Winneberger. I .4 .A S.. . ,e,., -.,,.,.- ...,.,. '1.-if ,IA is ' ' z - f. A .gf V z,,,.rz wfral. . it 4.4.3.Lw"-a I. M... fats.. fr s shows 1. 5 champ voXXeX 'DOY hhe. ' Siouk, NCPXPX po form thai brought OwXs.the Erie Inffg mur ' mon of D,,eC?ger Of, r The gym Team 531. The N f CAA rom Califorxgphy The te om brouQht back Chow? Hoy es O rw Xhe 5995, QXSO o UG YKOTXGX champ home 962 NCPXPN OXO . Bef G0 kewl . 5 S939 S02 I oh W Wrestlers Win 3 Mafches While Bowing 6 Times The 1949 edition of Coach Bill Saltzmaifs varsity wrestling team turned in an over-all record of three wins and six losses in meeting some of the top teams of the East. Competing in the Eastern Inter- collegiate Wrestling Association at Cornell University for the second time, the Owls managed to send one man past thc preliminary round, but went scoreless. Such a performance can- not be considered too bad in view of it being the Owls' first year as a mem- ber of the EIWA. A squad of about 20 greeted Coach Saltzman at the beginning of the year, but the loss of 1948 captain Stan Glossner with a knee injury was a serious blow to the teamis chances. Temple opened the season losing to NYU, 21-11, with Dunn winning in the 136 weight class, of the middle- weight division, where the Owls picked up all their points. J uinta won his 121 weight bout as Gettys- burg downed Temple, 26-8. Following losses to Lafayette, 20- 165 and to Rutgers, 28-7, the Temple squad won over Swartlnnore,' 23-13, and followed that with a 21-10 troune- ing of University of Virginia. Penn State shut out the Owls, 36-O for the Worst showing of the year, but Muhl- enberg fell victim, 16-14, Juinta, Dunn, Erb, and Mcllhenny all won for the Owls. In the finale, Franklin and Marshall won, 24-10, with Juinta again win- ning for the Owls. A junior varsity squad will provide material for next season. FIRST TEAM, BACK ROW: Mgr. Arnold, Mocllhenny, Nipon, Sprowls, Augustine, Jones, Coach Soltzmong FRONT ROW: Jiunto, Vovokes, Dunn, Erb. BACK ROW: Arnold, Kelley, Green, Cox, Sprowls, Augustine, Jones, OND ROW: Bartholomew, Mickiewicz, Dunn, Mecllhenny, Nlpon, Stouffer, FRONT ROW: De Long, Shapiro, Juinto, Vovokes, Scloroff, Erb. Donohue l-lelf-Nelson ond Crotch hold Cox Creorl applies Joponese Key Lock to Greene. BACK ROW Slome Thomas Ogden Bansoll Kravitz Hebclen Pllltz Foeman lvlatza SECOND ROW Wemstem Plrommer Raker Lyster, Johnson Levm Gulbrldge Langgulh Shells FRONT ROW Coach Ogden Blade Rauclt Robmsoa Sobel Preraml Sanders Llpschut Allen Freeman l-lermansoh I-lermbach Trackmen End Season Wlih Mediocre ecord The track team, coached by Ben Ogden, and led by huldlel meets In the openex, Sl: Joseph s beat the 77V LLSV , as Johnson, Lyster, Raker, and Ogden took fixsts topped 'lemple 'md 75M M342 as Jolmson, nd Robmson won hve Ihsts he .FeII117ld.lS Phe tuo tool both the hugh Jump, and both 'L t Rutgels topped West V1rg,1n1a and 64V 01 28V Tohuson non lngh Jump at 0 lVS , and Rakel ,Javelin at 105 Helmhaeh, Lvstel Ogden 'mlso sco1ed poxnts fol In the Penn Rel nys, Lyster wus andlmpped wlth 'L bad back 'md tled 10111 dual meets and placmg two seconds and a thnd 111 three Johnson and Jumper Dxck L5 ster ended a poo1 season, losmfr to1 iouxth 111 the hugh Jump, Johnson lllllblllllfj ntth XVllllt, the flOSll nnle lelay te un 0 une IH ntth 1n then he mt Lystu took both lumps, 'lnd Guth udgae the pole xdult, es lemple lost to CJLOIDLUBXXII, 92 34 Mmh Lttan swamped them 1111 '90, although Iohu Son won both lN.l1LllLS, and Ly S161 the high Jump Lmqalle be'1.t out lemple Z1.l1ClMulllLlllJCTg, 57V 49V 47 L3 ste1 won the yumps, the huxdles went to Johnson md Ogden took tno seconds I 'Lfq ette xx on the finxl dual meet, WV 4315, md 1n the lxst must lepxe sentatlon Lystel took 'L fouxth In the ICLA eh l.l'l11Jl0ll.SlllDS 'mt Lew York, In the lugh Jump Athi' -"Fil ' . i i YW BACK ROW: Caoch Stevens, Constantine, DiCicco, Lindell, Tilburn, D. Young, Barlow, Bracalenre, Schreiner, Mgr. Gorlick, FRONT ROW: Jerry, Raba, Burg, Reber, Bitner, Crossmare, R. Young, Kaufman. BACK ROW: Constantine, Tilburn, Broca- Iente, Schreiner, Raina. SECOND ROW: Barlow, Reber, Young. FRONT ROW: Crossmore. Star Charley Schreiner. ' fx COACH PETE STEVENS Wil? 'i:"1'i.. I , f W ' 'Wir Q, ,QQ R ,, E I: n A, b . iff? 'N I. , iii W ' -- , rw iii ifwiwii nie: 1 V vm, i in , J, iii 'wir ' Ni I , ,, 3 'iiiiiwiii , ii ii : ff, L U52 .JEL We iii,'.,,e:,,u 5, W' ii, n. ii ii, iii - iiniiiwii iii' .iii iiru Y. I mf -E, , Uri iii Ui 1 . ,wig E iii i Y 1 Y, Psi, - 5 . 5 fg f . eg . - H 1 5 1 4 A ivfilih' ggi,-,,,i.i w.w, NA,' i , Z , 5 17, 1 ww , , fffi is 'g a- 5' Ir + f 1 H ' tit " "', M , "-- www" ' "ww v 5 j ,,,' , g ' QNN - ta llff xwwx NNN: ' ' ' ' 'J ' ' - Y - 3 . M. 1- ,,A.. gmas " s.. H.: M'-1, JJ: fi ' E iw Chorley Schreiner wands up ond patches Baseball Team Wins 9, Loses 10 For .473 Mark Coach Pete Stevens led his baseball team through a rugged 19 P , b , game schedule, during which the a good start after pasting Drexel Owls won 9, and lost 10. Off to behind Reber's seven hit pitching, 13-3, the Owls faltered and won about every other game. Princeton won 5-44 as Schreiner lost his first game in seven starts including the 1948 season. F Sc M was the next victim, 9-2, as Liddell went the dis- tance for Temple. Lafayette walloped Temple, 20-6, and Rutgers followed with an 11-6 pasting. But then NYU fell 8-2, a sweet victory after losing last year's tilt, as Schreiner won the game, pitching and hitting two homers. Georgetown beat out the Owls, 6-41 in ten innings, nipping Liddell. Col- gate won, 5-41, but Haverford fell by a 13-8 score, behind Reber and Bal- lots. Liddell shut out Lebanon Valley, 3-0 with eight scattered hits. Behind Ballots, the Owls made seven errors, and lost to Gettysburg, 8-4. In the outstanding game of the year, Schreiner tossed a one-hitter, and Ger- nert swatted a grand-slam homer to beat Dickinson, 7-0. Georgetown knocked Schreiner out in the ninth and won in the tenth, 9-8. Ballots and Liddell combined to clip LaSalle, 8-5, with Braealente homering. Bad breaks cost Reber the game to Delaware, 4-2. Hansen slammed a two run homer in the 11th and Schreiner gave up two hits, striking out 10 in beating Muhl- enberg, 44-2. Schreiner lost to Buck- nell in the tenth, 4+-2 for his third loss. St. Josephls was beaten, 6-1, but Equitable Life Insurance Co. beat the Owls in the finale, 5-1. Schreiner, Reber, Constantine, Raba, Yolmg, and Tilburn will be gone next year. w E waffi .W .4 , . - ww :ff ww 'fl L22 iii: E sig mi View :vw 1- fav wwww :H fgwww wwwfww 1-7 5625 lf '35 Q12 , BG , A .1 ?ww M55 uw ,hw w Q :M in ww' H Nw www wl vi- "'TfF.'w1'5 fi? ' as q Wt. www gw www ww ,ww A 43,2 wfw W: 1 1 Xa : gf The ninth hole ot York Rood Country Club os Temple ond Rutgers bottle. Frozier wotehing l-lorbison on the green. Fronk Gouder getting ott o brossie shot. Golfers Have .500 Season Winning 5, Losing 5 eeis Dr. Arthur N. Cook's golf team played 31 ten-game schedule against some of the best college teams in the East and emerged with a record of five wins, and five losses, after winning the first two matches. LaSalle was the first victim, GW-ESM, as both teams faced strong winds and a wet COIIFSC. Dynewski, number one, had a three over par, 725 brilliant shooting considering the course. Gau- der, Friedberg, Harbison and Frazier also copped matches. Haverford was thc fourth straight loss, but the streak was broken when Drexel fell on a wet course, 5--L. Bouifard, Frazier, and Frieberg also won for Temple. The Owls made it a .500 season with a win over Rutgers, 7-2, as Dynewski and Smith regained their form. Dyncwski knocked off J aroma, Rutgers, ace DCXE 5-3, 3115 G3-Udef Was Outstanding previously undefeated in two years. for the Owls. Princeton pinned the Bouffal-d and F1-azjcl-also won, first loss on the Owls, 4-3 in overtime games. Gander and Smith forced their matches to the 20th and 21st holes before losing. Dynewski, Har- bison, and Frazier also won. Lafayette was the next victim, 6W- ZM5 as Gauder put on an outstanding exhibition in rallying to win his match. Lehigh returned the team's record to .500 with a 4-3 win. Georgetown shellacked the Tem- plites, 6-1 and St. J oseplfs handed the ffojfl' OW15 tvgg Successive defeats, do without Bouifard, and Harbison 6-3. Delaware beat them GW-215 for who will graduate this year. Next year Dr. Cook will have to A BACK ROW: Monzinger, Luksie, Penske, Frieberg, Frozier, Dyniewski, ond Dr. Cook, coach. FRONT ROW: Gruder, Co-Captain Smith, Co-Coptoin Bouttord. pg-u- .mQ1.p-. -.2,5.-1-.f..-.g,:,:2..-..----.-.1,-z,,,- w---.-.. - -W ai- -. . E o 1" Fencers Wm 4, Lose 4 Foilmen Second in League Temple's Varsity Fencing team, handicapped by the loss of star sabreman, Len Finkelstein, who was injured early in the season, managed to come up with a .500 record. The foil team lost only one match through the season, and cap- tured second place in the Middle At- lantic Amateur Fencing League of America Championships, for the sec- ond straight year. Also impressive was Captain and Coach Stan Schach- ter, who -has won 26 foil matches, losing only one. The fencers opened their season losing to a strong Haverford team, 15W to 1115, Schachter and Litvin being outstanding. Then followed their first victory, over Lehigh, 19-8, followed by a win over Lafayette, 22-5. The foil team swept all nine events against Lafayette, and Lyster, who graduated after that match, 'took all three of his bouts. Princeton hung a 15-12 defeat on the Temple team, and was followed by strong Rutgers, which shellacked the Owls by 22-5, with Schachter losing his iirst match of the year, as well as the foil team losing its first match. The Owls climbed back on the win wagon with a 21-6 pasting of Johns Hopkins, the foils and sabre squads showing the greatest strength. But in the sea.son's finale, Penn State hung another defeat on the Templars, 15-12. The foil team was one of the best in the East, composed of Schachter, Levin, and Zitomer. Also showing to good advantage were epecmen Vlleiss, Steiner, and Neilson, and sabremen Litvin, Cooke, Randt, Kuby and Til- linghaus. - dr ' -5 ., '1 1 6. wi . rg- ' " .ff 1 .fv- - 4 L ina i?'.F3,?L,.5.?1I',1,,.Q9iEmli?,"! -,KUrbxr,.FTsa Sfhcsferme 1 P f. 1 '- ' 1 ,- xx as 5 fist, 'll "v.ff 'w N X 1 is ' Ag" l A ..y dia N . i firm -5' ' ..'- - x:" N Q Q ' lauren 3 , N W . " eg: 5 I - . V A 'T 1 If YH . N5 'ug Ston Steiner, Rolph Zitomer, Som Cooke, Ed Spivis, Mork Levin, Ston Schechter. r A 4-,ZW Ben Kuby crosses swords with Som Cooke. , ll 15.2 . in .lr . , V l l fx w Mark Levin, Rolph Zitomer, Stun o, L " I Schechter. ' l ' l if ' , B . ' 1 l X ' L iii ,x in 5 ,i rf - i is Ti3E,.f,l one o W My M l il lg Agfa' N. ' ll WEE' I 's.ll:.n I 'Elway 'I W yi ':.'n"q u llilllllllJZlllflf,:,3i.,,,'e4 ,fl hh' nfl Will l lll il if lllllllllllll iifill Mlllllllll lllllllllllwlrlll' l'lllllflQf,gil fllllllw f f . SW' 'ii ll 1 -1.71 ,- IW 17 al" ll Ml f J fi i nqm M if 1 l num if ml I will 'l 'N if r JJ i r I ' h efums one Wil COM. Ben A, in lll llllll llllll i ' b'J e xonder Connect S With OU Ove,-head Slam Nefmen Have Bad Season Winning Only 5 Matches The 19419 Varsity Tennis squad plowed through its season winning only five matches, losing 10 and having four cancelled. Off to a good start with the 5-fl win over F 8: M, they dropped five straight subsequently, and then had another losing streak of four. The win over F B: M came in the last match as thc doubles team over- came a last-minute deficit to win the meet. All the other doubles, as well as the six singles events were close. Princeton and Navy shut out the Owls, by identical scores, 9-O. Then Muhlenberg fell, 6-3, as five singles were swept, and one doubles match. Alexander, Plaskin, Hornstein, Ek- strand, and Ferguson won the singles, and Alexander and Vogt combined in the doubles. Army and Georgetown knocked off the Owls, 6-3 each, and Maryland pinned another 9-0 shutout on them. NYU made it five straight with a 6-3 victory. Manhattan was an easy Owl victim, 8-1, as singles men I-Iornstein, Alex- ander, Ferguson, Plaskin and Vogt copped for Temple. Cunningham, number one, lost his match. LaSalle and Muhlenberg both fell, 6-3, as the singles men again proved superior. Winners were Cunningham, Plaskin, Vogt, and Ferguson. Lafayette won 6-3 and Lehigh, 7-2 followed by St. Joseplfs victory over the Templars, 6-3 to end the season on a dismal note. The final match with Drexel was can- celled, as were previous matches with Rutgers and Haverford. o bockhflfld dm' iff BACK ROW' Carson Klarnmer Pascal Lutz Hitchner Wile Schaeider Gore - , I 1 1 I Y, I I Savage. SECOND ROW: Coach McGoey, Hughes, Green, Eisenhard, Cavanagh, Brady, Blumenstein, Baldwin, Cleveland, FRONT ROW: Highley, Lenco, Fetter, Chiomento, Capt. White, Hagerman, Schumann, Hart, DuBois, Ford, Oliver. ' -f"...i ' -ie ,Y .a.f,s1..fw H ri The first squad which led Temple through to its first undefeated Hockey season. Coach McGcey follows a new play. Captain lrene White eyes opponent's goal. V .. ug .P X xr lr ii QE , 1 Owleffe AHack Hifs Peak 7-0 The Owlettes really took off the lid, slamming a hapless Swarthmore Col- lege team, 'Z'-0 in the opening game. Marie Oliver broke into the limelight rapping three goals. Cora Ford con- tributed two with Gladys Hart and Dorothy Schumann also scoring. The squad had previously scored an impressive 11-O victory over Chestnut Hill Academy in a practice scrim- mage. Defensive aces were Captain White and Elyse DuBois. 0wleHes Score over Ursinus, 3-I In the season's finale, the Owlettes scored a 3-1 win over their old neme- sis, Ursinus, whose squad gave the Temple girls their only defeat in the 1947 campaign. Thus the Owlettes with goals by Dorothy Schumann, Louise Lenco, and Gladys Hart, closed their first un- defeated season in the history of the sport at Temple. The game was a fitting ending to a successful season under a great coach, Mrs. McGoey, whose teams have lost once in two years. Penn Beaten 3-2 for Fourth Win In the closest contest of the year, Mrs. McGoey's charges nosed out a strong University of Pennsylvania team, 3-2. Gladys Hart was the scoring acc for the Owlettes, getting two goals on brilliant shots, with Louise Lenco scoring the other. The Owlettes de- fensive backfield rose to great heigths turning back several Penn attacks in- cluding six straight "corners" Owlettes fight it out with tough Penn squad. Owlettes ottock Swarthmore gool. Unbeafen Hockey Team Firsi in Temple's History Action in the Ursinus gome The squad triumphed over Swarth- more 7-0, Penn 3-2, .Beaver 3-0, East Stroudsburg 6-2, and Ursinus 3-1. The team also played in the ninth annual Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Hock- ey Tnurnament, winning over West Chester 4-0, and Beaver 3-1 and losing to Penn 2-0. High scorer for the team was Louise Lenco with six goals, while Marie Oliver and Gladys Hart tied for sec- ond with four each. Defensive stand- outs included Captain White, Elyse DuBois, and goalie Dorothy Hager- man, who allowed but five goals the entire season. Led by Captain Irene White, the girl's Held hockey team, coached by Mrs. Grace McGoey, became the first hockey team in Temple's history to go through the season undefeated. Seven members of the squad were nominated to play with the Middle Atlantic All-Stars. Named were: ace defensive fullback Elyse DuBois, first teamg Cora Ford, Madelyn Chiomento, Dorothy Schumann and Dorothy Hag'- errnan, first team substitutes. On the second team were Marie Oliver and Captain White. The squad will lose six girls through graduation. They are: Irene White, Dorothy Hagerman, Dorothy Schu- mann, Elyse DuBois, Glyn Eisenhard and Mary Jane Brady. BACK ROW: Coach Collins, Oliver, Chismento, White, Lenco, DuBois, Schumann, Pratt, Eisenhard. FRONT ROW: Magin, Bradley, Herzog, Petter, l-lahenstein. White tak Temple pulls ahead in Ursinus game. , .se ni-'ll f Yi ii I ng i ff x ,W gi 1 l A l f . ' - i r FIRST TEAM: Petter, White, Lenco, DuBois, Schumann, Herzog, Mogin. Girl Baskefballers Lose I, Tie for First in League The WAA Varsity Basketball team skipped through a rugged eight game schedule, bowing only to powerful Ursinus, thus earning a tie for first place in the Eastern College League, with Immaculata and Ursinus. Outstanding players for the Owlettes were Louise Lcnco, top scorer with 124 points and with a foul shooting average of .571. Mary Fetter was runnerup in scor- ing with 89 followed by Irene White with 88. In the backcourt, the de- fensive play of Elyse DuBois, cap- tain, and Jean Magin and Barbara. Herzog was outstanding. The team opened its season with n win over Beaver, and continued by dumping Swarthmore 40-33, with White, Lenco and Fetter each get- ting 13 points. Ursinus handed the Owlettes their first and only loss by 4,3-39 after a. late Temple rally fell short. Lenco had 21 and Fetter 14 in the losing cause. A 50-33 win over Albright followed with White collect- ing 18. Lenco with 144 was high in the following 35-28 win over East Stroudsburg. Then came a sweet revenging victory over Pennsylvania, 43-22, to atone for last year's only loss to the Red and Blue. The de- fensive play of the Owlcttes was out- standing as was the relief work of Hart, Oliver and Blumenstein. Then for the second straight year, un- beaten Immaculata fell victim to the Templarettes, 28-22, after a see-saw battle. Once again the defensive play was the reason. In the seasonls iinale, NYU fell to the Owlettes, 33-17 with Lenco collecting 16 and Fetter 10. 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WAA Swimmers Win 5, Lose 25 Third in Area The WAA Varsity Swimming team ended a fairly successful season with a record of five wins, against two losses. Only Drexel and Swarthmore managed to sink the Owlettes. The team's record earned it third place in the Eastern College area. In the opening meet, Chestnut Hill was beaten 39-18, as co-captains Peggy Douglas and Ginny Wilson capped the 50-yd. breaststroke and backstroke respectively. Other win- ners were Evelyn I-Iighley and Mar- ilyn Hughes in the freestyle and Betty Gollman and Irene Vllilliam- son. Drexel was too strong and the Owl- ettes lost, 29-25, when the 75-yd relay team was disqualified for tak- ing a jump start. Ursinus fell to the Ternplettes, 42-15, as Ginny Wilson capped her third straight backstroke win. Then NYU was beaten, with the Owlettes capping all but one first. Highley took a double win, in the 40-yd. freestyle and 410-yd. back- stroke. Hughes took the diving, and Douglas the 40-yd breaststroke. 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Pic- tures . . . interesting, life-like and well- reproduced . . .vitalize the yearbook and serve as visual reminders of student life -as it was lived! Faithfully reproducing these pictures through the process of photo-engraving is the job of the Basil Smith System-specialists in publication engraving. Pictorial power to the maxi- mum is assured by our modern facilities, years of experience and well-earned reputation. ' A GUIDE TO OUTSTANDING CLASS RECORD BOOKS Every yearbook staff should have this valuable creative aid. A con- w tinuing catalogue full of sparkling layouts and helpful information on designing yearbooks. Reserve your copy now. ,F om H 1md1 ed Thu ty iff 5 E 3 9 .w 5 'S s r y ' I V I -A.. Si S., Qi ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Editor wishes to thank the following for making the 1949 Templar a reality: Glen, George, Bill, John, Hank, and all the rest of the Staff. Marty Zipin, photographer. Marvin Mex-in of Merin Studios. Robert Kamp, Bill Kircher and Evan Hughes, of Basil L. 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