University of Akron - Tel Buch Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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ROSS Mefeofoloqlsf C11 Associate Professor of Gugqenhelm Aeroncruticcil Engineering cmd Technical Director oi Guggenheim Airship Institute 6595 69 as 4el'Oq C-X4 C19 Xieqxga Qbb' QI qi S Qsofsovp Y' Ge . Q79 Boms W. BOGUSLAVSKY H RUTH M. RAW H cl i he C'vi1 Assistant Professor of Engijgerisg iDepczrtment LESTER WEINFSERG Engineering English t ' ' .1E'sf'uC!0f"f! .. Engmeenng , ' RICHARD H. SCHMIDT . University Registrar y v MAXWELL B. BOGGS ULYSSES S. VANCE University Editor 1. , ,,.-uf We University Treasurer DOROTHY HAMLEN Librcmctn CECIL ROGERS EBBA LARSON Assistant Treasurer Assistant Registrcu , I TOHN DENISON Director of Alumni and Public Relations 3 E V Q , y WARREN DUST ROBERT PEALY Mas ESTELLE KRAFT T ERRY Assistant Directorof Pub1iC Ass' fam Registrar S ' tory 'n Decm of FOBE5 TB , cmd Alumni Relations 15 Q 1 efggldemg Office Asszstanggicreeasurer s ly, Mt' 3 V 1 'J r' 1"-fy ,ff 1'fm'f., fx V r X, ' 1 1 3,221.2-wi.-Z i I , I, 1. ljgggfgjlfggwilvhl ' , ft it ' H 1 1 X., ,.. , , - , r , Y N l Degn of Biinlglgolfglge . of Liberal Ang 4 t I l Y QN p..1cE1S?'E11 DoN PIOESSOI Otifzfaafrdsaiw S 1511-2,S' vm, Director ot 1 Humuniues peach Decgfgrle Q ment ' Course in the MRS. GEQBGE WRIGHT PAUL Instructor in Speech Instmcmr MRS. ESTHER NEUENSCHWANDER ms Rum PUT In I t ' ' S mc or In Enghsh Assistant Professor of English 4 IDA MANN ' Instructor in English JOHN HULL Instructor in English t N I S. THACKABERRY . Assistcrnto Professor! of' English A , . 4 ,, - , , ,. x SIGURD IORGENSEN Head of the Music Department I I t EUGENE WITTEBS CLARENZ LIGHTFRITZ InstruCl0f U1 MUSIC Special Instructor in Piano I f 5 I I I ALFRED VON DER HEYDT DONATO INTERNOSCIA RICHARD P, KRAFT, Jr. GERARD v, HERRBACH IDSTYUCIOI' i1'1.GefmC11'1 ASSiSiC1r1f PIOIESS'-71"0f Instructor in Instructor in Modem Languages Modem Languages Modern Languages I . Z I ' TZ MBS. IRENEIGRUNBERG t DOROTHY 1gAR1Yh MHSL Instructor rn Genngn. Instructor ln PGHIS Modem Languages fi-f.T1p'fQt. ,ft '," " wtf- f I I 'G 1- A ff ,Q , , 4 IAY L. O'HARA Head ol the SUMMEgF1E,L2tQALDW1N ROY V. SHERMAN HARMON o, DQGRAFF Economics Department HiSloIeGDg msnent HQC1d of 1119 POIIUCCII Head of the Y P Sclence Depflflmem Sociology Department DAVID KING Associate Professor ol P l" l S ' N NES' AGNES ODELL o xtrca clence CHARLES F- WEST Instructor in Political Science Associate professor of Political Science CLARA G. ROE . CLARENCE LECKEY Associate Proiessor oi Instructor in History History LIVO ELLEN RAW EIVIILE GRUNBEHG MHSHVIRGINIA O Instructor in Economics Assistgggggrilielsor of Assisgcggtigifsjof ef P' r s E K4 'i.lldMld.l.1tl2b-Il f1g1f f . :1L2f V' , 1 'gm .- sv Q .. ,V L. ,.- , ' .Y-5' . . - -:..s. Az, A A ,. Q A 1 4, ' E 'f' 6 A l ,F . 'Qwf 12 ' JK V, '49, 5 '39, X 4.2 1 , gf 9 'gf f 6' Instructor in ChemiSi1'Y x ' W w I'-..r - f, . . .. QQ.. , V, A R.. J K 1, ,' WALTER C. KRAATZ SAMUE1. SELBY Head of the Biology Head ofthe ' Department Mathematics Department f mstrtlclqi m PAUL ACQUARQNE MRS. GLADYS C. ROBINSON Associate Professor of ASSiSicm! Professor of GUS Botany and Geology Physiology If - ge ' , ,YU5 D Scyeil Ins H Lo micro, MUTSE- ZOOIKAYZ 09? AUBREY P. ALLMAN HELEN PARK Instructor Natural Science Instructor in Biology I i URDE'r'rE LOWE' i MARGARET E. MAUCH LOUIS ROSS RICHARD C. DAVIS B I- ' ' I i Instructor in Mathematics Instructor in Mathematics Instructor m Mmheqmcs ' E Assl?lIEI1E:rfa?iscZor O FRED S. GRIFFEN Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department R. UP? CE iesgoi Oi EA Odmewo ' erm ,q HL R. W Nasschcniccy Enqme Meiiocrgfe PIOESON frm S80 cal Enginegzigg E. K. HAMLEN Assistant Professor of BEBNAIIZQ VQICECEOREK Mechanical Engineering ru Mechanical Engineering ICENNETH F. SIBILA A, IOHN B. FAIRBURN PAUL C, SMITH Associate Professor of A Head of the Electrical Associqge Professor of Elecuicql Engineering En ' ' D artrn 1 - ' ' 91119611119 BP an Electrical Engmeenng ,', HOWARD R. EVANS A Dean of College of Education HIALMER W. DISTAD Professor oi Education 1 . ,X . DALY-145 L- DQWNING MP-UD DOHEBTY PAUL E. TWINING Head of the Voccmoncd pl-0165501 Qi Head of me Psychology Education Depcntment Nursing Education Depcmmem MABEL RIEDINGER Assistani Proiessor oi ELLEN MU-LISOR Educmion Assistant Professor of Physical Education Y Mas HELEN PAINTER EDWARD W. IONES Assiskmt Professor of 1' PAINTEH A .' Geography Assocraie Professor of 5SlSfU1'1l Professor of IOHN MICKELSON Education Educcruon I-Xssrstamt Professor of Education F THOMAS GRAHAM MRS HELEN BOYD ' CLYDE smma A Assisiarn Professor of Instructor in Psychology ' I-mtmcior in Psychology ' Vocational Education 1 . -Q J?-'477'12l?? Il. .r,f:.:.3i..rT:1:: :E , I - , ' '- 1" "',,","'-1. ' , 1 1 A ,. 'M' 5 yn ,UNIV WILFRED C. FORD Assistant Professor of Military Science EDMUND M. GREGORIE COL. Professor of Military Science and Tactics - EDWARD L. NICELY MAIOR ' Assistant Professor ot Military Science d . an Tactics cmd Tactics RAYMOND W. HUGHES E CHARLES D. ALLEN, CAPT Assistant Professor of Military' Science and Tactics XN M. SGEI LJZE ' I ' Sergeant ajor www? jfffvgjjffli Supgfbgz M ' S exe: and . 'ss GT MICHAEL I. TROCH, T. SGT. WILLIAM P. HARDY, 3 Instructor in Military Assistant Instructor in' Science and Tactics Military Science , and Tactics w 1 D tw , ..r,. 'J W its UA , 5378 -Tgi.g..LTffIQ . ,..,.,,3F5iwig'51-73,558 ' .rm , , Hy., -, , GEORGE G. NORMAN LT. COL. Proiessor of Air Science cmd Tcxctics ROBERT R. FOWLER. lst LT. Assistant Professor ot Air Science and Tdctics q. 2. CW- kwdkigffgsggggc? GEORGE I BR psf-15? ce and Assist CAPT EUVDEL S099 ScieZ1igPr0feSgo an f 1 - d Tqcgcsflzr GILBERT G. CANTER - M. SGT. ROBERT D. TROUTMAN Instructor 1n Air Science T. SGT. cmd Tactics Instructordin Air Science an Tcxctics 412, - f he E? , .,, if if , ffmfw .,. fi, 3' 553 .1-X, I-iii K .4. U ka K, .. N , iv' I f I xx' 1 un. Am I FACULTY ADVISEB: Miss Eldora Flint OFFICERS: Beta Tau Chapter ALPHA DELTA Pl Virginia Farkas, President . lean Sonnhalter, Vice President Barbara Wolfe, Treasurer ACTIVES: Norma Bliss Iune Burnham Louise Fantin Virginia Farkas Eileen Ferguson Mary Ann Feeney lean Gintling PLEDGES: Lorraine Gates Diane Green Hope Monahan Carol Thomas Ruth ,Graham Fowler Marilyn Groetz Gloria Gruver Elsie Hamilton . Mary Hollingsworth Marjorie Fouts Margaret Bates Margaret Evans Kathleen Fouche Geraldine Gollings Mary Hollingsworth, Secretary Margie Fouts, Corres. Sec. Dorothy Onnes, Chaplain Norma Kesselring Geraldine Kucko Sue Lehner Marion Mason Nancy Menzie Dorothy Ohnes Patricia Kipple Dorothy Miller Gloria Ryan Iudy Thomasson Eleanor Sauer lean Sonnhalter Elaine Swanson Pat Thompson Iune Williams Vivian Woodling Barbara Wolfe ' Lois Thompson Barbara Tichenor Dorothy Wiley Mary Alice Creed xx .-. . M. FEENEY B. WOLF I- THOMASSON fi , . ff ' H. MONAHAN . 1' f ff .aux -,az ' QQZQQ 2592, gag J'Vi"h! ,Y 'gf f 'ffid ' ' PL cf , 3,12-I 'L" f f ' , 1 f A I. SONNHALTER ff P. BATES Sa. HOLLINGSWORTHI ' if ' -' , 2 ff . I .5 -fs-r -2 N. BLISS W v. WOODLING V. FARKAS D. WILEY P. THOMPSON r fi b I 4 'Y Sw vmgi, ', 1 S. LEI-INER B. TICHENOR N. MENZIE I. WILLIAMS 1. BURNHAM D. KOSCO G. GOLLINGS w', 1 V M. CREED E. FERGUSON M, MASON 9 11. 1 I I , I A ,... Z W .f , ,Z bs ' '25 D. MILLER L. GATES L, FANTIN 1. KUCKO 1. GENTLING N- KESSELRING D- ONNES M' GHOETZ FACULTY ADVISER: Miss Ebba Larson OFFICERS: tlmega Chapter of LPHA GAMMA DELTA Betty Moore, President Ioanne Daniels, Vice President Virginia Minck, 2nd Vice President ACTIVES: Anne Acquarone Patricia Beichly Alice Bowman Harriette Cimarik Betty Clark Iannette Clark PLEDGES: A Mary Berrar Helen Christmas Diane Durant Betty Lou Evans lean Colerider Gloria Henton Laurene Iohns Barbara Iones lane Masterman Rosemary McAlonan Marilyn Fichter Reta Huetinck lean Hyde lane Ireland F I Iune Lain, Recording Secretary Viola Schall, Corresponding Secretary Ilianita O'Brien, Treasurer ' ' Virginia Minck loanne Ruthenberg loline Thomas Marion Thompson Phyllis Watkins Nancy Pershing Ellen Kastner Mary Leyden Esther Rennick Dorothy Stampfli Ioan Weaver Leah Weis Betty Grady Francis Wohnhas Shirley Stevens Delores Wells ,.! I ,!I?, SHIRLEY STEPHANS MARIAN THOMPSON IAN CLARK ELLEN KASTNER VIRGINIA HANSEN zf , 'W rf Ei git A x of I 1+ 31, ,, 02" ,gf 1 Q X .,,,. 154 ' K? , Lf. - ' wwf 1 :7 I br ' .X , E , . f L ,jf HARRIETT CIIVLARIK IAN E IRELAND LORENE IOHNS , ,pa fqyn, iff, gl' 1 .,,, I ,Jw ,. ,gy 'figQ,Q ,g4f f My . nv QL.: ,,f.g,y ' ' ' " 951' .glgglfrv V , ,, , ' , 1: , , ' . ,.5.Z:3?,,3,.:2 I 1. IO RUTHENBURG ANN ACQUARONE BETTY CLARK ROSEMARY MCALONAN IEAN COLERIDER 4 - S" . ' 'th , . ' V . Gamma Beta C OFFICERS: Mary CCITTGI, President Mildred Oqonoski, Treasurer Helen Blateric, Vice President Mary Caruso, Prophet Donna Longacre, Secretary Elizabeth George, Scribe ACTIVES: B. Apqer E. George . Marcum H. Blateric M. Gitter M. Ogonoski B. Burda G. Handley L. Prarnjk M. Carter E. lordan Heidy M. Caruso L. Kline E. Robinson B. Frew D. Longacre Seiler ' D. Gaylord 1 . E. Lukats .Solomon r PLEDGES: E. Carlton C. Gaeta Proctor E. Chapman M. Gilchrist SChIl'1iCh D. Pavelchak m . . tuna... ,mg ' g..,.., .1 . , 4. A. , qi T" " ' - 'efff QQ., VNffl'f3'1.?.L.". 1 1 1 3' A . ' -w',.a .' 21' gl, Q' .ivyvf-gm'-r 1 .M .-,. ,sg x ' , , up , Q mf Y X.. ,.., IW. Q, if js. .gg -J., 1-.,,.':i,,A5 .A -, . f,' 1 v-.,,- . .--'rg 5 ff.,'-- R. LEIMEISTER D. SEILER nk E. IORDON N. HULL 4- H Nzsmaomcu M- GMBH D. LONACRE M. KOONTZ E. SOLOMON B. BURDA ix fi Q-p ,MBE ,f ' NMMA- K fl 7 M V WF Wrifiif. ' ...f . i3l,1'Q5:-31.1-Tl,lZT..IfJ" 17 ' -N fhrf- N, .w,.,. K jyf,'.Pig'P'.-f3525,-11y5:.Li,E.f. 'N -. ' 1 1275-fl'l-HfE??f':2'?:ii3?'fwE1 hm i f, D. MCCOY B. BLATERIK ,fa M MEARS D, . ii 1 ' A 'D' D. SHELTON M. GELCHRIST M. BECHERER N 2 4 M. OGONOWSKI 4 U. MARCUM 4 A P. PROCTOR Fd' ,, L. KLINO I ,yy ..-,i Q iff? . M , 1 fm 'x ..., 0. 1 , f , ,asv 3' 1 491 A 'f ' : f' M. COHUSO I. ROMIG , 4' ff ." ,f H E. CHAPMAN C' PORT-ER E. CARLTON E. IORDON D. PAVELCHAK D. FREW if K' E. GEORGE M. CARTER 'fn- B. APGER FACULTY ADVISER: - Mrs. Ruth Putnam OFFICERS: F F y y Of F nm GAMMA Ioan Dettling, President V Barbara Rubins, Secretary A Evelyn Iollitt, Vice President Margie Burkley, Treasurer 4 ACTIVES: Mary Ann Adams Carolyn Armstrong lackie Baker Margie Burkley Rosiland Burkley ' Helen Christensen Colleen Coyle Ioan Dettling Olga Doroslaw PLEDGES: Carol Boedicker Mary Brennan Ethel Cavileer Ann Colley Anne Connolly Natalie Conrad Helen Dossett Lee Dettling Ioanne Galehouse Sara Gallagher Mary Kay Harrah Charlene Herman Evelyn Iolliff Beatrice Lindstrom Shirley Mahoney Rosemary McCarthy Barbara Meyers Teresa Feister Helen Gainer Anne Guth " Beverly Hall Shirley Hall Dorothy Iarvis Coralie Lewis Carol Materna I Cherie Patin Elaine Powell ' Barbara Bausch Dorothy Reasor Barbara Eubins Kathryn Smith Ruth Surbey Helen Slusser- Mary Io White Mildred Musick, Ellen Hohner. Eleanor Somody Mary lean Smith Iune Swing Mary Weible, Doris Wilson ROSEMARY MCCARTHY KATHRYN SMITH xi Y7 I ANNE CONNOLLY W3 T MARY ANN ADAMS 'V CORALIE LEWIS ew 5 MARY IEAN SMITH OLGA DOROSLAW MILDRED MUSICK MARY BLENNAN fo-1' BARBARA MEYERS MARY WEIBLE 409 1"7 IOAN DETTLING QT 'V 'QV M.ARY CLARE REED BARBARA RUBINS 'na f TERESA FEISTER COLLEEN COYLE ' I' 1 I ETHEL CAVILEER ' VIZ! CAROL BOEDICKER x LEE DETTLING ' NIV. HELEN DOSSETT up "'? DOROTHY REASOR 1.- ELAINE POWELL Z' ROMONA KORMANIK I ' C, " JZ , r '1 5-ul 5 , , , 51 r If 4 SARA GALLAGHER A If la, ww, , , f 5 U I Y I I . I HELEN CHRIS-TENSEN E EVELYN IOLLIFF 'Q .ov MARY IO WHITE -8.- NATALIE CONRAD CHARLENE HERMAN W, I Q: I I . ROSALIND BURKLEY ww ui If BARBARA RAUSCH DOROTHY IARVIS ELEANOR SONODY 'WHY RUTH SURBEY IUNE SWING SHIRLEY HALL I BEVERLY HALL nf fi ,AY ANN COLLEY JACKIE BAKER f-A wa , in pa 7 AVA- . 'Y I MARGIE BUHKLEY ELLEN HOHNER I ' V e 5' I ,f- we f HELEN SLUSSER ?,W::, f ' vs' . SHIRLEY MAHONEY IOANNE GALEHOUSE CAROLYN ARMSTRONG -.F if 1 I DORIS WILSON CAROL MATERNA FACULTY ADVISER: Mrs. Audra Tucker 571' id t W Rb it R: 4 l, 2 A v, T :yi Del a Pi Iota OF FICEBS: Ieannette Rosenbloom, President Betty Simon, Secretary Hanna Kast,.Vice President Hanna Kast, Treasurer ACTIVES: PLEDGES: lean Fagin Hanna Kast Betty Simon Ieannette Rosenbloom A Doreen Kearschner Ann Dante Ann Mack Edith Katz Edna Katz ' Lillian Sass , , . f , -.11 K :pm 1--w-fu-v-mn-ug-uv',.--ww-...W ,, , J I I. ROSENBLOOM fC?" B- SIMON A. DANTE L. sass .I E' KATZ N. MACK H. KAST B' U-TZ W 1. FAGIN nw :f 415' ' i,,'.,..':g,Zg,' , 'uw zfwgii WZ' . FACULTY ADVISER: Mrs. Helen Thackaberry Lambda Chapter of t KAPPA KAPPA GA MA OF FICERS: ' Anne Fuller, President lean Hoffman, Treasurer Sally Farver, Standards Patricia Hays, Secretary Q , ACTIVES: , PLEDGES: Barbara Anderson Dorothy Ball Katy Breen Mary Ellen Bridges Betty Brown Suzie Carpernter Ruth Ann Cody Molly Dodge Sally Farver Ann Fuller E Annette Garver Betty Gill Pat Handley Patricia Hays Mary Highfield lean Hoffman Barbara Holsberry Cherry Hoover Doris Mathias Noel McLane Earleen Miller Flora Pool Ann Rader Mary Alice Roderick leanne Spallino Pat Brown lean Garrigan Davina Grant A Frances Harames Delores Kohsiek Ioanne McTaggert Pearl Niess Patricia Rose lody Young ' , V .1 V1 Q M. BRIDGES A. RADER 1 B. BROWN S. F1-XRVER 'fi ' - , - -171, .gf 4 I, GARRIGAN F, HARAMIS QW "V 1 F. POOL C. HOOVER "'.f ' , . T, if Q 7 ' i ,,., W., , , if e 'f , 7 gf. 1, If r f yf 7 Af',,,f " f f X w W N X. W' .Q . 1 'F' ' .W Q Nm .155 :qs . 1- r if 3" ,4 . in A. FULLER -57+ ' i 'M E. MILLER I. YOUNG A-... aa get jp ' 1 .. 4 ,5 Q1 1 V P. HANDLEY R. CODY D. MATHIAS D, BALL P. HAYS K, MANCHESTER , . 1 ' .1 f A 1 2' P' GARVER I. HOFFMAN P. NEISS B, ANDERSON A 7 I ffl, I -zz! N- MCLANE B. HOLSBERRY P, BROWN P. GILL 'xi ' . .,.. 'W ff .1 D. KOHSIEK S. CARPENTER M, HIGHFIELD M. DODGE P.. GARVER I- W -A 19 V' v 5 ' . v . Q 1 '2I52f?'. I'? ' ,--i- 5 .,.. if ..,. :i, f'g-'-'- ---- A---. ' . -f V wi' V .I-11'...P53,l11. 'WfW ' Q ' ,N H rw ".1'ri':"'?5'.,l M. "L J' ixzll' Y , l ' "'-0355" '. ' " , 'lx 14.271 -,.1L.'1.,.f.:'iA ,gig ' ' Y H V -A f' .'...'1 wil-pf1,g.g-mg .mf 11 ' ' MCTAGGERT FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. Emily Davis 1.f'4 .. 1 limi ron Chapter Of PHI OF FICERS: Rosemary Aikey, President Martha Wiley, Secretary lean Swift, Vice-President Floradelle Atwater, Treasurer ACTIVES: Rosemary Aikey Mary Ella Hairston Mary Oran Floradelle Atwater Barbara Hodges Peggy Rease lane Bolin Barbara lones IGGII Swift Betty Io Clinebell Elizabeth Iones loan Wallace Ieanne Denzer Rosemary Klein Pat Warner lackie Farrell Verlyn Latham Beverly West Barbara Gresham loan Markle Martha Wiley Evelyn Nuckols . PLEDGES: ' - Marjorie Bates Marianne Brehrn Betty Brown Merijo Carter - Evelyn Clark Akelia Durnak Martha Gordon Gwen Hilbish Pat Nelander Allene Robinson Eve Shaffer lane Shaw lean Simon Pat Tilton Betty Witherow Mg 1 .-qi K or Yip W... +-fun.. I A in . .n, ,... . .1 ' .,,., 'F' 4-.1 ..,,,. R .- X. . ,M-, , , ., .., .. X Q -M-.. W A I x nf. .,. , 4 1. BALIN 1. 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POPPENHOUSE OFF ICEBS: HW will l claim of' 'PIIETA UP lL0 PSQQY MCCGHY, President ' 'Barbara Hookway, Secretary Emogene Brewer, Vice-President lean Underwood, Treasurer lean Bepp, Second Vice President Q FACULTY ADVISEB: Miss Lucille Lamkin I-XCTIVES: PLEDGES: Bene, Irene Brewer, Emogene Dunn, Aileen Graham, lackie Grant, Cornelia Hookway, Barbara Horn, lane Howes, Mary Ann Keen, Dorothy Keller, Adele Kurz, Barbara McCarty, Peggy Parsons, Sylyia Bepp, Iean Underwood, lean Van Houten, Alice Watson, Eva D511 Bacher, Vivian Case, Jeanne Faggos, Helen., Hyde. Helyn Simpson, Moira -:..r':..f 3 5731" "1' 5 ,Y R gy'- 5 r K., N11 f ff 4- h X A A , . ' lr 'iff-'A UK A ' IN, V. x Q53 A in s 1 ,- B. KURZ A. DAVIS V. BACHER E. BREWER ' gi fs--.1 ez -e-f 1532 R , 12.4-'L ' ..,,"f?i. ff f ., ' . , .MF V, .,,,.,,.,,.f1 ,,ff.,4,V,,., ,. -, '- ff ' ,fyquiffvff ' f, af 1 , ff -Q Q f V 13:4 ,off f f, 0 23 Aj 1, QW ,J 1, , 1 1 1 470 1 J f 4 f W M. HOWES -M urygwri Ax .. H. FAGGOS H. HYDE S. 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WY: 1'1 x 'X wr, w,1,45Jfw",na' W. r ' ,v 'L' sh' 11 ,g.,,-w-'ev fl., 'Thr M 1 4-1' Q.-5: ,img yy .I,LWWa-nm-5.-,L I. .,1 , ' .MXf4lLEg33fllfT'T5N'3LT.: iAm'YE fbgig' ,'sgf?E'LAEWr:va M V, M Q lf K , 4 5211, QZXSIM B3 " " lt f, k FACULTY ADVISEB: Dr. Samuel Selby OFFICERS: , W fl'- Theta lleuteroli Uhaptblrf i A LPHA Edward S-Schneir, President Charles Schwartz, Vice-President J FLCTIVES: Benjamin, Willard Baer, Milton Cohen, Leonard Chapman, Ioseph Frolkis, Sidney Gerin, Ioseph Green, Sammuel Gerson, Stanley Grotstein, Iames S. Kane, Ioseph Kaplan, Herbert Katz, Carl Kopelson, Irving Left, Saul Lipkin, Eugene Litt, Milton May, Norman Mazur, Bert 2' ,ff 4 A x PSILU L Pl Leonard Cohen, Secretary- ,I .S Herbert Kaplan, Treasurer y Moskovitz, David Neiman, Harold ' Olian, Morris Resnick, lack Schneir, Edward Schultz, Kenneth Schwartz, Charles Slavin, Daniel Sholiton, Irving PLEDGES: Byers, William . Dennis, Fredrick Ellick, Lawerence Golanty, lerry . Haberman, Lawerence 4 Sokol, Benjamin"- Stan. Ierry F ,- Stein, Harry 4 Stein, -Seymour Stern, Iosephi Sweet, Leonard Sokol, Harry Wolinsky, Harold Paige, Herbert Q Rosenthal. Roth, David Sternberq. 5. 'Q Q' if " - 'A vi pr .' ' -fi r ' L X Jifgv. Q i' gl Q: .. . Z r 3. '35- ,,-- li 9 48 f 'X ,sr ' v , M., ,sm 1 , 'fr 1. Y P: A :tx . 41, 5, rx ix ,. .qu -2 ' l Aff?-'-Bfgnf A --5 .nm I' , .3 fi 1 :L ffm fs, M - A ' K .jak ' 775 , Q A if-, 3,5 ' 11' 5'-ff lj ja,-,V I, A ' ',- ' N- ' n -I sig X W '-.ll ' ' ' V t - 'J 7 1 ' JEL. ' Ex--N -W-,.., -,, .4 , N ' ,1,hg'jf ,..f......,m...,. ,.,,- X . D. MOSKOVITZ M. BAER H. STEXN L. ELLICK 1 B- BEYEH L, COHEN' S. WALENSKY G. SCHNEIH I. KANE I. GROTSTEIN 0-,nr 'nas-wmv ' 'sat ,., f B, SQKOL E. VLIPKIN, - S. SEFF 5 1' L. SWEET C. SCHWAHTZ 2 s. Fnoucxs MA UTT A.. . 4, ..f""' N. MAY I. STERN . LANTY P. ROSENTHAL I GO Wl9'5W "vw V"-'-'n,,,,f Q ,WM . NV . . ' S GERSON ' 2 1. KAPLAN ll CHAPMAN b F.4NiS' 1' ' - fun- W frm-ff 1 Y w n g,,. N... -f- 4" Y ' FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. lay L. O'l-lara OFFICERS: Gamma lllha F F r L lllllllll CHI ALPHA Charles E. Booth, President Stan Kienzle, Vice President Wright Richards, Secretary Eugene Becker, Treasurer ACTIVES: Ed Andrews Al Arnold Eugene Becker . Wally Berg Ed Bitzel Charles Booth Bob Brown Al Browning' Bob Buckley Duff Carter 1 George Cooper '- Neal Crabtree Dorsey Dean Iohn De Frederico K Bill Dillard Ray Dodge Dick F leshman lim Francy lohn Freeman - Leonard Georgio Al Greene Ernie Grimes Wilson Harpley loe Ierdina Dick Hofacker Fred Hopfinger Harry Hollingsworth Harry Kanakaredes Bob Kassinger Cliff Keen Dick Kershner Stan Kienzle Ioe Koegel lack Leinard Ed. Andrews, Social Chairman , ' Dick Kershner, Rushing Chairman Stan Gustely, Historian ' is Robert Buckley, Steward ly Don Miller " Blake Moore lack Nicholas K Mike Niecoff Fred Neunswander Bob O'Heron lack Page Don Patchen Wendell Phillips Roxy Quatraro Al Pike Homer Pyle A Don Richards Wright Richards Dick Ruth Dick Stoner Wiley Smith PLEDGES: Ed Brennan Ed Curley Lloyd Davis Randall Davis Ted Dettling George Grist - Abe Haddad Iohn Iacob Ed Iones Dean Lucas P Sam Nukes - Bill Materna Don, Spegal Pat St. Iohn Bill Truex ' Howard Wallace Robert Weyrick George Arlines Floyd Azar ' Dick Case ' lack Dempsey Bob Fiocca Stan Gustley H Iohn Manger V Paul Pinder f Bob Slocum Carl Starks - Pete Catanese , Mayford Pence Hugh Pence Ioe Petracca W Bill Purse' A Tony Quatraro' Lee Rose Ed Tornayko ' David Walker' Carl Rice ' r 1 4 Irwin Zeigler A i - y David Davis 9 4 in 'Ax ,L - -N y.- 1 i ,., A my 561.,3I:N5 ' g. f-,ami X c2:LQ.f'ff: ' f ,f 4, ' vp ' , W A, f I 5,wi,e,,, V gym , ,W 7, X , . fi',fwW"f,fQ L gif! lr-,-gf .j, 1 , f Lf' 74- Y, l '1 AM. 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Nelson OFFICERS: Shelby A. Davis, President' Robert Brillhart, Treasurer A Charles C. Schellentrager, Reporter lack Landeteld, Secretary ACTIVES: Charles Allen Y ' Richard Amos Robert Baker Richard Bauer Donald Bowers Robert Brillhartl Neal Burke Iames Burkle Ralph Burkley Allan Burrell Frank Buhas Bartlett Carrell William Chandler Richard Cober - George Conger Robert Connolly Fred Cook Joseph Cook Shelby Davis Edgar Garrigan Charles Hamilton Frank Hanson Arther Hansen Robert Houk Fred Kidder Paul Kimberly Kent Kucheman George Kunnath Edward Kusel lack Landefeld Thomas Lewis Gene Lowe Charles Manchester Donald Mansfield Bruce Marshall William McCormick uf., f,-.Vg ...fly .', Richard Peabody, Warden A ' Paul Kimberly, Chaplain A gi iuyl Charles Schreiner, House Mqnqgegg Charles Manchester, Steward y Bruce Moore , Frank Kish Calvin Moore Paul Neal Donald Nelson Ralph O'Neil E Donald Oneacre Michael Pantelick - Richard Peabody George Quillin .Richard Rossett Charles Rudy Charles Shreiner Richard Schnorf Donald Scott Harry Scribner Iohn Sperry Don Starcher PLEDGES: William Estes Henry Hart Ossie Mitsefi William Powell ' Robert Spath Raymond Stankard Robert Silvanik Richard Beck Ted Bodine Charles Cambell Iohn Carson William Cook Wilbur Cook William Curtis 'Iohn Dent r Donald lack Russel . 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DeGratf A OFFICERS: I t ittttitt lll K PPA TA Robert Lacey, President Bill P105-nes, Vice-President y ACTIVES: y Iames Aikey Phil Allison Kermit Beach Les Beckwith Fred Bloss Iohn Bost George Brands Charles Brown- Wes Brunswick Bill Chesrown Don Cort lack David Cliff Davis lack Fitzgerald Don Foqle lack Force Bob Harry ' Al Hendley Bob Hineline Tom Hoagwood Iohn Hoehn Clay Holliday Roy Hunsicker Neal Irwin Bill Koleta Jim Landis Bert Lindstrom lack Lowes Paul Lucas Ed Mazak .I W lim Gleisinqer, Treasurer lack Schmidt, Secretary L Bob Murray Leo Mcllroy Iohn Nelson Q ,Angelo Nicoloff Iohn Petrou ' Charles Raeder 'George Roberts Ray Roberts Bill Ruhlin Blinn Scatterday lim Schellin Otto .Schellin 4Walt Scott Don Seifert Wayne Selover lack Young A PLEDGES: Carlos Beer Gene Beer Bill Boles Herb Clark Herb Cole Dick Distad Allan Eclerer Iirn Graves Bob Hively ' lim Holcomb Bob Holliday Ernest Hookway ,Dick Hoover y R 3 Hugh Smith Ralph smith Dick' Staiger K Bill Starcher Chet Stevens Dick St, Iohn Ken Sweeney, Bob Taylor I' Crene Thomas ' A' Dwight Walker Iohn Ward y A Ivan Werkhiser Ioe Wilson ' Ralph 'Wingerters George' Whiteside Burke Iames , Iohn Kelly K lack Kurz Harvey Lance Don Leatherman . lim Mackey Dick Mclrines lack Piercy Y . 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McCort, Sentinel A Charles Kenyon lack Lenhardt lames R. Lhota Robert C. McCort Iames McFarland Richard M. Miller . Donald C. Morris Iohn P. O'Brien Andrew Oravecz Thomas Orihel Edward Petty R PLEDGES: . 'Michael L. Barna Eugene L. Bauqhman Richard Chalfant Iames Conley Carroll Dean . Earl Dennison k Anthony Economu - Thomas Evans H Dan I. Grantham Iohn B. Hayden Bryan Heylock William W. Pierson Everett Royal Assad Shama Q John Sharna Robert Summy Iccmes Thorn Iohn Trecaso Russell G. Vermillion Robert H. Wagner Iarnes E. Young' Stewart Humphrey Iames Iohnson I ohn Kintz Iohn Lennox . Ioseph Lukacik lack Pollard C h LN Earl Selover ' . William' Spangler r ' Iames Spears A C Roy Stohlquist . ' Alexander G. Thbrttf-Y? ' v fy, , ff , ' Tw Q' ' 6 x , '33 V - f Ai V , . M' .......,,,.,...,..L..,- ,.,, . , -M , , f M ' 1 ' ' . A , - , I , 7A -N , , "N 1, kazzi-1m-,V I tffiff ff in. z ' ""N" V U I V W V V 5' . I V I I wl- .1-' K 4' li M w 1 -. . 1 ' Y' ,Q I , VV V, A if W I f I . I . 1 V . . 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I IOHNSON - 1 W. - 1.11 ACTIVES: T S A I KAPPA t ttlone Start, i A FACULTY ADVISER: Mr. Frank Simonetti OFFICERS: A Ioseph Papp, President Richard Knowlton, Treasurer Ioseph Abdenour, Secretary Emil Dobrin and Gordon Weber, Housemasters G Abbott, Richard Abdenour, Ioseph Adkins, Frank Allen, Gene Allgood, Howards Bajenski, Harry Batman, Kenneth Boedicker, Robert Boughton, Harvey Boughton, Paul Carney, loseph Carter, Russell Chima, George Costick, Norman Craven, Conil Dobrin, Emil Dolinski, Walter Drake, lack Early, lack Eilbeck, Gorman Fowler, Walter Galehouse, George Genaro, Ioseph Gibson, Doyle Green, Ierald Grubb, Roby Grucella, Thomas Guinter, Thomas Hagerman, Randy Hardman, William Harris, Richard Holsberry, Paul Hughs, Wally Hudak, Michael Isom, Walter Karr, Hugh Klienes, George Knowlton, Richard Kohtz, Arthur Markovich, Frank Markovich, Michael McClure, Richard McCoy, Robert McVay, William l, Hamilton Ryder, Social Arthur Stube, Steward Billy Raines, Chaplain ' ,lack Malaney, Alumni Secretaryll McShaf'frey, Donald Malaney, lack' Maligie, Albert Mewhinney, Richard Migdal, X Nick Merzwieller, lack Miller, Frank Miller, Iames Miller, Robert Mitchell, Iames Mitchell, Iohn Murphey, Iames Murphey, William Meadows, Glenn Morgoch: Earl Niess, Iohn O'Connell, Iohn Ostrander, George Owens, Carl Owens, Gene Papp, Ioseph Pfahl, Charles Pfahl, Frank Platis, George Plageman, Robert Prifti, -Richard Pescin, George Poulos, Andrew Raines, Billy Reinke, Richard A Rennick, Theodore Rowland, Ernie Ryder Hamilton Ragan, Ioquez PLEDGES: c Ahern, Larry y Beverly, William Briscoe, Sam Bryan, Ronald 1 Schley, Donald - Schmacker, Robert Senuta, Danny- Sippola, Charles Spallino, Frank Stimson, Scott Stoner, Henry Stout, Iames Stout, Billy Stube,XArthur Swanson, Thomas ' Stadvec, Ernie . Smith, Glen . e Seal, Richard Thomas, Ralph Thompson, Charles Thorpe, Iames V VanBuskirk. William Vaughn, Henry Walcott, Thomas Walker, Robert Weaver, Ralph R f Weber, Gordon ' Walker, Howard Wallace. Robert ' Walsh, Lawrence Wepler, Gene ' , Wileman, Norman Wilkinson, Edwardl. Wilkin, Robert 4 A Wiley, George' QQ-. Williams, ,Thomas ,Z Wilson. Arthur at A Wiseman. Roy' Fawcett. Fitt, Charles, Rielield. l ...,.-- : Q" ,1 .,- ,. nv 3- " - - ,.-,..,+fw-rv,-.--.--.- ,!MVf 4' 16,11 - . mfivf-' ,- 'Zn 4 f 4 L l ' 4 -4, ff. HF 'Q-' .. H , 4 7 1 6' xz f 1 1 fig 4, 1 4 Y 1 11, 1 1 ,1 O. HAYNES -V .,.. ig.: 3. Q, fi, 1,5 7' f 1 Q., B. MILLER ,, V 5113 .. .11 .3142 42 .. 1.'qf,V1f. -. .,t"':'l E. ROWLAND 1 ' . f Lx, . "'- 1 A T? l7.,".. amz 44 D. SENUTA . AV ' f " 1 .. ,.V, , :L A, V , 1 , ,1 , 53, i1g"",,,1,f1f' I. NEISS X f 1 f 1 'Z , J1' fi QQ ' 'fel f1,f1i1Z,',1g1 5, 7725 T. SWANSON Y' if 1311 I , 1 1 Q 1 f f f 1. ? 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I ' .wi ,X .. ,. ... f I. GREEN P. SPALINO 1. PAPP A f K 1 ., 1ff 1 X , . , 1, 1 ', 4 .CV ,, V ' 1 f f 2414 1, 1 1' ' fm 12 11 1 1 7 1 1f , X df ' A 14' ,gf 11 11 1 1, 4 W. ELLIS K. BATMAN .1 M :M Wy? 2' I ' f , , ,, 111: M611 , wg 1 ' IZ "ff'+77fjf,,f,1f:fg 'i ff,1:11zf7,,, , " ' ' 1 ,4 11 ' QQ " ' ' I ' 1 yf1gj415Lf?1' fq, , , 244g R. SEAL 1. EARLY 1f'!f .M- A' .",. ' 1 pf. fl 1 , , , , S .Q . ,511 A I. MURPHY G. SMITH j . G. KLEINES . m 3 f ' fy? .151 gg F. MARKOVITCH .1 K 1 0 i Ee xxx . 3:2 . ,."T-1,1 I N X X 1 .51 W. ISOM R. WISEMAN 47 l N-1 si. gr ' I :A . nv f u -,M r-N 1 ' A .Uf A 4 g- ,355 I fli- ' Y 55.5132 11 2' . If I I E1 1. C. CRAVEN P V 75 A111 R. HARRIS 0 fffiffff, ff 11 -11M11,11,, ,, gs, . jg . ,, 51. X ,,.11i,X g'iyQ. 1' 3 fg,,,,-14,1413 , M251 1,1e,'f' 'if wif" , 72 'J if 1 11 11 .1 9.1 1,-4 'W ,itwzif H. STONER :lift 4 " 'K L" I 1 1' 11, 1 ' c , 1 1' N5 , I 1 9 1 I 4 .'4,,-- , 1 . . ., , , . ,V.-. . ,. .. fare, .1 ff -1. f ff Zanfiiff. 1 if R. 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Q f gx n -42' I L' ,577 . , A. KOHTZ C. CARTER V X f f Z ., 4,.f'W:3. ., 2 ' H. KMENTT . H, BOUGHTON I Q , '4 f , P , , ,,,, , 4 I 2, f X, , f 'Q R. HAGERMAN , I F . U I W. FOWLER A M y I . , I ff Ka ,.,, I f . ,,,..V A 1 G. GALEI-IOUSE 177 4 51.3 N I :dai .- ' f ffm 5 , 4,4 ..., YW, I A , , 4 2 f ff , I , f fi 4 4 Y f f f 1 , ff Q ff, 4. f hp.. 2, ' 53 , :z4z" Uf! 7."'f' -'17, ' ' i ff ff ff Mfg, ..f ff ,, S, .,, , , I .",' Q.. , H. SCHUMAKER 5549? . L Kip,-, g if 'Lf .J 2? R. ANTHONY T. WALCOTT fi A I .4 ,s f 5,3 x .ff YY I -,M f-gr. ., , , up ' J' ,nffi ,.-.4 I ' 4- ,xr , . ,, R. MERTZWEILER QQ xnv n M iii Y if ti ,J lttttmr it t R , VILLA I .gl 1 ,- ' t A .,A' ry l tk , L, FACULTY ADVISER: Mr. Robert Berry OFFICERS: ' t , . THll'l'll lllll ' Albert Aliord, President Phillip Teagle, Vice-President o ACTIVESZ ' Albert Alford Alex Anasson, . Myron Barden Emil Bauch Vernon Bulgrin Henry W. Chorpenning A Everett Criss Harry Eckert Walter Eckert "William Farley William Foltz Richard Fouse 'William Fulmer Sidney Garrett Carl Gibson George Grieves Richard Gsellman Donald Jackson Robert Jackson Ted Jones Kenneth Keene Lee'Kelley4 Raymond Kershner Wayne King 1 Waldemar Paul Lees ' James Masters Cale Merrill Andrew Michalares Wunom Mitchell Edmund Romito, Robert Jackson, Charles Moore Thomas Norval Russell Oberlin Leroy Ortopan ' George Pitman Forrest Pyle. Frank Quatraro Jeffryl Richards Norman Riley John Robinson Edmund Romito John Roth Walter Scott Robert Smith . Stanley Somerville ' PLEDGES: William Arnica T Clyde Butt Gilbert Clark William Cort Don Eckert Denver Hague V Thomas Hoffman Clyde James Thomas Jones James Krughx Clyde Kunce 1 James 1VIcAuley John Michsalares. Robert I ack. Secretary ' W Treasurer Q' John Staton Peter Tavolier ' Merle Taylor Phillip Teaglel Dick Thompson-' 2 Gene Tucker ' James Tyree - Horace Underwood Paul Wagner f James Watson Norbert Weisend' Lester Wigal - Jerome Williams Herschel Woods' Frederick Young Jack Murphy '- James Murphy J , Peter Nassosi A Olin William P ' -V 'David Riley. I' l Ronald Riley J Robert. Sauter Ray Schafer g 'Jarries-Sharp 1 Jack Norbert J Y' sk ' -' 3l'y wLQ34g,g,.-5 z, ' x , .. .,. -Q4-fssfvvf NDN 3' wg in 1 fffxii QL whiz- 'X 2 . x , P 2 Q, A X 'SFF if ,- -' U--5: G- . N., J- 'Q .932 ' ' A. 1 .Tl Q 5,-Q ., g., N X .,...f1 - . K., ,J - . - N.,-f,,,,,g. . , A. V 5, Q nf ,Q ' --1 .Q ' f. kg-,+L -'if--F X is -gafifi ' .J K' 'E . , ,gn L,., L: 1' . ' - ' IK L ' -qffi' ., . .- , 'I .""i NV, , x Twif " ' . N' ur b FPL- .rw - -x,-ff' Lf',l-if-'f"x",9' ' .. Lf-. f M,-Xa ,ffl ,ak ev "X 1 1 Q2 ,f , 51, 1554 fff '15 n .1 mn-mnnmr if ,isfidhqz wywE,q4, W M X 4 4 '1 i'vyf+'H- ., 'S A' f ' Jggxn 1 WW mx 7 . 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ARNICA N 1-I ,a -Cf A. ANASSON R. SAUTER . V,... , , .. f-'Zfvf-Q ., f ' ' fi as.: 4-1 ' P. LEES Xfx W SCOTT W FOLTZ W KMENTT I T I F' I ' 35'-1.-1 .vw ,f , iff' if 'E 5 .'1Ef.e352jQa15,v, , 3, gi' X 5'-11'f'14'lav:54?ifJP?2Z - ,,f,f Yi -nina:-.1-'-, '-- YM :lv 1- MORGANSTERN D. IP-CKSON I- SHARP C, KUNCE L. WIGAL N. TAMOSOVICH if 1 FACULTY ADVISER: Mr Iarnes McLain OFFICERS: Hugo Brown, President Iarnes Kneubuel, Vice-President William Heath, Treasurer Milan Crsich, Secretary ACTIVES: Tom Schick i Edward Watring Bill Floyd Ralph Claflin , Charles Byers Bob Gormley Constantine Nonno I Ed Heiser George Treasure Bob Weaver Fred Neiger Bill Doyle Tom Diehrn W. D. Beroset, Ir. 11 1 f PPAEPEIL0 Iohn Watring, Chaplain? Richard Brind1ey,,iPledgernaster Robert Stadveo, Sergeantlat Ann Daniel Gilcrest, Ioe Wolfe Bill Overholt Ierry Montgomery Douglas Brown Bob Winebrenner Freemont Wolcott Gene Everhard Bill Kerr Bob Frisbie George Kernan Iames Burns Bob Hibbs lohn Pullen ' Tam Patris " Q 1 Sang' K X l ' Historian Edwin Louth , Harry Razor ' Dave Forbes F ' '. Howard Basse- X. ' B111 Fulop E I Nick Vujasinovich Gus Rounis Paul Wallace Iohn McIntyre Everett Campbell Torn Ilcms Charles Single B111 Gluck Dan X V l mn f , 1 , -ff yn w- X. qw L-swf,Af,vmuw.nv,y.fww . ' , ,,,, U- , - - T .' x ' I 1,1 VH ,R WINEBRENNER H- BROWN G. EVERHARD R CLAFLLN W GLUCK ' , . .,i::,w,.1 , ,y,, . , , '. , ,.,,f A ,, . V .,, ggi., V743 -,-wg ' A , I, P. WALLACE fgffww W ,, ,W ' 5 f .:..g:w:f,?4.,:.g . ,y V ,, ff f , , , vc? M ff ,yf r ff f f ji 8 A ff I ? nf ' ? 1 ,, ff J 1 Q gf' 7 fw X I X 1 T. SCHICK A 1. MONTGOMERY fy , 2 ,, , A ff. Wil.: R. FRISBIE , -4 dff, - iff p ' ' a ' " f I '11 mf f7af.44f' wi-. J., .fm , if X E f 9 ? , f V I ,,., V ,, ' I ' W. FULOP I 'f'grf. J gf g if 'f f 1 '- Z. .4 V G. TREASURE f i,.,,.,1:,, 5,5 nw . 4 Q... . 'iffihji .. ' 4 ,J frf 7 , Z , . , 2' 43, If f ' f 1 If 4 4 , ff ,f ' . ..,. . f.,'. ., A 'fig' , CQ , l ffff 1 , if T. DIEHM R HIBBS C BY-ERS C- STHIGLE D GILCREST D SI-IILASHKI '1:. PATRIS G ROUNIS W FLOYD X X r X W .M . . , , ,X ,, ,. I . . 'T Q L". . , L . WOLFE I W4 GORMLEY W. HEATH s, BARTLEBAUGH 1, PULLEN X. , X m r Q X 5 Q X X , x R STADVEC F- NEIGER 1. WOTRING vv. KERR ' E- HELS-gn . . .,,, , rf' ,L wwf ' W' K T 1 . w .WOTRING H W. DOYLE KERNAN In NEUGEBAUER M, ORSIC .L BURNS H' BASSE D. FORBES' c. OVERHOLT 1 R. BRINDLEY 5 K Ixfi-lizsifgftx fiiliix-if S439-Q' K-135415 'gua- sf . .Kgs Q ,f-Sl, .QE-wif' .4345 J -, -K VH 5-X ' 3 ' .-1 vi kr.,-s .... , 15 uw lm Qtr'.wzwg-z,51..,-f:'.-M1f" ' WI: ' N 1 lx Jgpdh7xm1Ip!311 X 'Q5' 11 lr' , , 4 , W .,,,. , ,, ,.. , ,., 19'-'MW-'.'v" - ETX. 'N , I '.- HM ww ,- 1 MI! . , , Num.. C f 1 N 1 4 1 X , - 1. 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' , Lagging behind in the final quarter, Akron's little Bobby Walker came off the bench to make six fast goals. Whitey Wahl and Hank Vaughn also did some bright playing to make the final score 63-54. The workhorse playing of Cal Moore, particularly on the backboards, brought smiles to Akron fans. From the starting whistle to final gong, Moore almost single handed controlled both boards. These four -.men continued their good playing throughout the season. Little Bobby Walker came to be known as Coach Beich- ley's "surprise package." Other lettermen on the l947-48 team included Bill Mohr, Walt Scott, Harry Scribner, Ioe Staudt, Bill Stout, Dick Daugherty, Phil Heib, Dick Bauer, and Bud Haines. Scribner took the height for this year's team, measur- ing 6 feet ll inches. St. Francis college was the victim for our first home game, and we trounced them 79-48. Vaughn was the leading scorer on both teams, caging l9 points on 7 baskets and 5 foul shots. Although starting off with a bang, the third game was a loss to Niagara University 83-73. The Zips failed to cope with a red hot Niagara team, and they also suffered the f loss of Whitey Wahl, who ' fouled out late in the first half. T Then followed a series of l six wins before we lost to Kent State 59-49 on their court. The teams played on even terms for three quarters and then Kent put on a scoring barrage in the final eight minutes. Spring vacation proved to be a tonic as we won three straight games-Ohio University, Geneva, and Iohn Carroll. Then the thought of semester exams must have put us in the doldrums because we lost to Marshall College. A ' We avenged our previous Duquesne loss by Win- ning the return game 55-54 in a hotly contested battle. The game was a fitting climax to "Whitey Wahl Night," which was being celebrated that evening. It was in honor of Whitey, since this was his last home game with the Zippers. . ' Although we lost our last game' with Geneva CO1- lege 68-54, the curtain rang down on a successful bas- ketball season for the University Zippers. Z ' ,..........-...n,...,................-,.,-,. .,, l 5 A ' . ' - ""N1t-- 'F 1' D. 'nga . 1' . , , +----jfJP.'j'1 f. . ,mir ' - 1 M9 f 1 ff? Z ? faawzc., r-v -, W, .,, ff rw' 5 ff X f r Aj ,G ., , ,iff Q fi 1 1 , I - 'W' , 44 I "aL 5 , f 'rj vw , em, ,f ff -4-', N 1 if 5 W' - 1 K' 45. ' I Q 3-W, 35 Q, 6 si A ,.1fa3' , wg., ,Q "H, A H M.. fi, ' 'ffiffiz' ' fl' A -V My Q f,--J ,wg , 'f.f", 92:1 V x iii ,. 13,1 .uf f 5 52,241 0 , f 5 1 , ','Yi"ff?Z7lXL41Cf ,Q f -zffiy, 1 "W, "' ""' QQ fifififl,"f7'-W!-lf! ff WSG 1 J ,V X! , f fffff, ff 442 f ,J ,5 4 I 4 ,, A f ., my QT! 42 f 1 2 j f? . ' 2221 4 Lf-, v ,,,. V5 ff QW .QT J V .V ,.-zz, P 4 f-,-,mfg ' rpm .af-.' , fwygv . ' .:,'ag'r?'5Z-' ' -121' H-M fl? ' 12:13 'ff .M ,. ' -w fig 1 is? . " C- 1255 271. 1 I gf V bv .is P 'fqyqh --V 'J r' .V ' .1 2" " 1 5,-.?Yrg:,:-f-I Zami.-Sv, 3 V Q. 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It was poor support in the first Kent State game that cost awin. ' . --E S .- f.'. The Zipper Nine was a hard hitting team. Three men, Ioe Papp, George Fitt, and George Ostrander, hit over the three hundred mark. 4 , S g is The season opened with a 4-1 win over Baldwin-Wallace at Barberton Stadium. Oberlin produced our first loss, 13-4, when they came through with an' eight run barrage in the seventh inning. Returning to the winning side, the Zips racked up a 4-2 victory over Youngstown and a,7-5 win lover Baldwin- Wallace. ' A 4-2 win over Muskingum was followed by a second victory over Youngstown, 7-5. Then we lost our first game with Kent State 7-5. Outhitting the Golden Flashes, the loss was caused by poor fielding. In a double header dt Wooster, We broke even, losing the first 3-2 and winning the second l-0. The final game served as revenge against our bitterest rival, Kent State. This avenged, our preifi ous loss and Ioe Staudt made up for his only loss of the season, ' f . K f - . ,V ,. N Il00TllALL B l T X 4 The Zippers played 8 games during the 1947 football season. A dismal record of 2 wins, 6 losses was a jolt, but served one good purpose. It influenced the students to do something serious about our athletic policy. ' ' Baldwin-Wallace spanked us 28jO in our opening game October 3 at the Rubber Bowl. ln spite of the score Zip fans left the stadium feeling pretty good. - It was felt that we had a good team, one withgreat potentialities. We out fought and out first-downed the Yellow Iackets. Find we held them on even terms in yards gained from scrimmage rushing and passing. A It was breaks that gave us a 12-6 win over Case Tech October ll on the Cleveland field. The biggest break was that Gene CScooterl Scruggs was playing for the Zippers instead of some other University. He scored all the Zipper points. Half-way through the third quarter a pass intended for Bob Penovich went right into the hands of Scruggs on his own 20 yard line. Picking up his blockers, he raced 80 yards to score the initial marker for the Blue and Gold. 4 1 1 it '13 S An eleven yard kick by Penovich went out of bounds on the Zippers' 40 yard line with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Ernie Stadvec then picked up ll yards. On the next play, Scruggs went through the middle of the line and raced 29 yards for the winning touchdown. Our Mt. Union Homecoming game made our second consecutive and last win October 18. We toppled the Purple Raiders 19-14. lt was Scruggs who thrilled the crowd again. The Zips capitalized on a Mt. Union misplay in the first quarter to take a lead 7-0. ' ----- This score was held till the last quarter. Then Scruggs took the kickoff and dashed 94 yards for a touchdown, put- ting the Zippers ahead 13-7. The game was decided when Frank Buhas fell on Leroy Peach's kickoff in the end zone, making the score 19-7. A series of losses set in after this battle. The Toledo Rockets trampled us 38-7 on their own field. But they didn't ' win easily. The Zips were fighting hard, . but were outmanned. TV Mt 1 it ill is It xl i-3 Tl' , l 5 Lil V w t, ii 1 if r'f :'! flu tl tl gl 11 ?l 5. Il. V 1 Q i ja . ,S 5 af It t Il -s fi vt lit L. wit xl 5, !. li sd! MZ Vi xi I? Ili il 'v it i. 1 .Qt W, , . 'E ft its ui ll! tt ia it Lia., ,.,. , t I ti . . T A Western Beservf ' in H245 be. I . fore the traditional game with Wooster for possession ofthe Well-known cow- bell. For thefirst time in l2,years Wooster has the covvbell, as a- result of a 21-Bscore Won on their own gridiron. The "battle of the Wheel" with Kent State was heated up via pre-game campus raiding by, both Universities. The Kent Stater-Buchtelite track meet helped also. lt was a terrific defensive battle as the Zips dropped a 6-O decision to the Golden Flashes. - o . By Winning, Kent keeps the "Wheel," Whichwas supposed to have been droppedin Kent by Iohn R. Buchtel, one of the founders of this institution. a The first mass meeting of the Athletic Policv Fact Finding Committee Was held November 19, just three days before We closed the football season with a 31-0 .loss to Iohn Carroll at the Rubber Bowl. k, 'fri "3 ,.s- 'K-M' t . Q X x .W , .za ,Y-1-maxiw if X . .5 , Q 1,EiiS SQN'v,'1 N X65 xv X We NX 'W X X , X Q R X X N ,ix wx-X.. x K, X: Yiwu- wi Q ref 5:4951 - x Pix dl, "T 5 -fgx , fig... . 3 2' may . '24 ' 410 ,, . , W' X- W,1q1'e,:f, wif ' :Qzffw ' , f , rn EZ' - , f, iw: 576 1,19 I fff,ag.:ff'w4 0 'fg,5Xq" K ,f 1 if CWW . ,ff ff -,ff f f Wlfdln, f M X21-QQ S 3 ' 'QL' . .,:., if, ,C 'Y"1 sg- x ,Q , -E . Ul5Wf'xY0, 'v'1'1., l1 YH -- L 1 ' M5 3 " I 1 , I 3 A S ' ' F 1 I , 1 3 1 W R GILLETTE I HECKMAN M HOSENMAN B MARSHALL 1 , . ,rh- rv i t' ' if. . 'fy ' Y, :E ' ' 1 , e'- H. FITCH M. BEZBATCHENKO AN ASTOS ,H ,- AL HANSEN M. SCHNORF R. MCALONAN V, PARKAS R. HOFACKEH ""' L M. MAURER B4 MOORE T. POWERS C. BLASIER 1 1 ' , 2 Ry! 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WILLIAMS I , ' - .tiikfif ffl, ' 12073 'aQQM5f f, 1 7" 739515. 7' 3-fy' 4 4:31. V , A MA BAER W. CHORPENNING V..'f,fl't.V' V - EE . , 'Xl I I " ' if' C. BARNES R' -'I-ATE D. IACKSON v ,. Albert Lee Alford with distinction George Paul Artines Roy Edward Bellamy Richard John Bertele Robert Bloomberg Helen Ann Brooks Betty Marie Brown Iune Lee Burich Ioseph Neal Burke Margaret Mary Burkley Robert Arthur Carney Suzanne Carpenter Eleanor Chritoff with distinction Paul Kosta Christoft Harriette Dorothy Cimarilc Robert Sterling Cole Lenore M. Crist I Ioanne Arnold Daniels Marna Louise Darst lack Drake Virginia Ann Du Bois with distinction Gordon Chester Esch Calla Lee Fish Elizabeth Fisher Marjorie Elisabeth Fouts Ann Nash Fuller Sara Marie Gallagher Rita Mae Gillette Clittord Eugene Abbott Leo Anastos Alvin Hugh Arnold Myron Theodore Ayers Ralph David Baker , with- distinction Robert Peyton Baker Robert Edwin Bloom with distinction George Bemard Brands Vernon Carl Bulgrin with distinction William Henry Farley Iohn William Forsch Eleanor Myrtle Hale Iohn Wilson Allshouse Theodore Luellen Andrew Alfred Edgar Atchison Amelia Faggos Badonsky Lawrence Leroy Bishop,-Ir. Iames William Black Floyd Hiram Blaine, Ir. with distinction Clarence LaMar Blaster George G. Bledsoe Clyde Robert Boose Iohn Herbert Bost Harvey Alvin Boughton Douglas Francis Brown with distinction Homer Vincent Browne, Ir. Wesley Ernest Brunswick Iohn Robert Buck Mary Grace Chermonte Henry Ward Chorpenninq, lr. Donald Lloyd Combs Cleobell Iune Barker Ioan Elizabeth Dettling Charles Adelbert Barnes Robert Lee Kreighbaum M. if COLLEGE or 1.1 ssynsr. Bachelor ol Arts I Marianne Glasgow Iames Bertran Greer Gloria Rosemary Gruver Frederick Carey Halliburton Elsie Kathrine Hamilton Virginia Ann Hansen with distinction George Dewey Harris Caroline Virginia Petrovics Robert Lee Plageman Flora Alice Pool Mildred Gorman Poppenhouse - Thomas Algie Powers Elizabeth Ann Rader Iacques Ragan Mary Louise Reel Alloyce Edna Robinson Marcella Vannessa Rosenman Barbara Lee Rubins Richard Ioseph Ruth Marie Carmel Sassano Mary Petrafka Savely Charles Nelson Schieb Francis Iohn Schmuck Kenneth Gerald Shumacher - Norman Harold Simpson with distinction Helen Zook Slusser Duane B. Smith Iean Davis Smith Eleanor Henton Bachelor of Basil Bertrand Carpenter Louise Marie Ciapponi Robert Iames Clay George Tanner Conger Iohn Edmund David .- Raymond E. Druschel Augustus Mahon Dycus Carl Wayne Eads with distinction' , Richard Royer Fouse Robert Iosepl-i Gardner lames Stanleigh Grotstein Cherry Louise Hoover- Suzanne Ralston Hoover Alice lane Hunker Neal Lamonte Irwin David William Iudson Melville Kaforey Matthew Charles Karr Dorothy Eleanor Keen Adele Keller Newton Kelly . Beverly West Kershner E. Iohn Kleines ' George W. Knepper, Ir. Leonard lesse Konopa with distinction Iack Dayton Laraway Shirley Kemp Mahoney Matthew A. Margolis with distinction Mary Cecelia Maurer with distinction Rita Maria McAlonan Pauline Frances McGovern Norma Irene Means with distinction Donald Richard Miller Catherine Louise Mitchell Iohn I. Mohn Carl Christopher Moskoff Thomas Morse Murphy with distinction Science 4Gerald Dale Hensel Robert Edward Iones Martha Klein Frederick Iohn Lowes, Ir. Eugenia Mamay with distinction Carl Mayfield Billie Getson Meese Blake William Moore with distinction Iohn Henry Musch William Frank Nelson Bachelor of Science in Art Aileen King I-Ieinzman with distinction Evelyn Louise Iollift Thomas Morrow Lacey Ianet Eileen Shroyer lean Margaret Swift 1 , x , t . Charles Edwin Musser. Ir. Lucille Neiswander with distinction Ruth Faye Newman with distinction Alyce Dorothy Nicely Milan George Orsich Florence Alice Patton Shirley Rita Pernettas Vera Grubb Sornmerfield Ernest Robert Stein ' with distinction Nancy Catherine Swartz Barbara Elaine Thomas with distinction Nada Thomas Patricia lean Thompson with distinction ' ' Florence Arlene Treesh Iean Tucker . - A Raymond Unk Lucille Irene Vandersall Robert Forshee Waggoner Iohn Charles Wakefield Donald Hubert Watt lean Monier Williams sy, Ierome Stuart Williams Ronald Edward Williams Marilyn Ludean Wilson Ralph Robert Wingerter Allen Haynes Zimmerman, Iames Pachares ' Wendell O. Phillips g Marmein Betty Raker Harold Eugene Roth Theodore Suie Betty Curtice Taylor Howard Lewis Taylor with distinction Walter Wayne Vogt Arlene Iune Vereshak Bachelor ot Science in Business Administration Robert William Connolly lack Moore Cornely William Wesley Cunningham. Ir. Lester Allan Darst Clifford Leon Davis Kenneth Paul Denholm Paul Ellsworth Dewey Iohn Anthony Diliederico Paul Thaddeus Dock Iohn Wilson Dye, Ir. I William Nick Ellis Donald Ralph Fleshman ' Leonard Giorgio Paul Mervin Gwinner N Iames Ivan Hahn Charles William Hamilton Iohn Denver Hamilton Richard Wilson Harris Iames Sanford Hartenstein Iames Eugene Hackman Robert Louis Hill Bachelor of Science.in Marilyn Ieanne Landis Betty Iane Moore Bachelor of Science in In Ralph Dale Lockney William Bauer McCoy V . t 4 w 4 11 Iames Donald Hissam Henry Clay Holliday Paul Edward Howard Darrel Braden Kelley Fred Dockstater Kidder with distinction Knox Baird Kinney with distinction Q Iohn Edward Kretchman Edward Ierome Kusel with distinction William Gray Lamb Thomas Francis Lee lack Allen Leinard Edwin Vernon Louth Elizabeth Ann Lynch Thomas Bruce Marshall Robert Lee McCormick, Ir. Iay Robert McKee William I. Miller Michael Milan Pantelich Secretarial 'Science Evelyn Georgia Nuckols Dorothy Marie Reasor Andrew Iohn Poulos Iohn Louis Poulton Charles Norris Rennie Norman Oswald Riley Ieannette Norma Rosenbloom with distinction , Daniel Waugh Rowland Lloyd Frederick Schoonover Donald Eugene Seifert Louis G. Sholiton Donald Iames Slusser Q Stanley George Sobleskie Harry Leon Sokol Richard William Staiger Charles Kenneth Steilz - George Stanley Swales Thomas Arthur Taber Clarence William Thomann Iames Henry Thornton Lloyd Iohn Thornton Iames Andrew Warner Q . Robert Earl Wilkin - Margaret Mettler Schnort Nada Theodora Topalu dustrial Management I G, Ralph Paul Thomas Stephen Toth, Ir. William Murray - Margaret Catherine Cox Warren Duncan Creed. Ir. Archie Bernard Crowe Rolland Harold Davis Ianet Young Dean Virginia Marie Farkas Dan Louis Flossie George I. Gingo Carl Edward'Griggy Edward Donald Hamilton Frank Elmer Hanson. Ir. Raymond Eugene Harbaugh Wallace Glen Howlett Floradelle Lou Atwater Louva Carol Auirance Edwin Iohn Bonebrake Mary Virginia Brannon Mary Ellen Bridges Ioseph Millard Burks Ioseph Edward Carney Elsie Iane Cobb Selma Vivian Cohen Elizabeth Govan Corbett Marcheta Viola Davis Mabel Knight Dickey Helen Louise Eckert with distinction Norma Ieanne Farmer Eilene Fought Carolyn Gannori with distinction Geraldine Mathias Gentry Katherine Keegan Gollings Geraldine Marian Heminger with distinction Paul Arthur Auker Charles Edison Cockerham Samuel N. Green Milton Bernard Baer Gerald Statiord Briney Iames Perry Campbell Basil Bertrand Carpenter . William Wade Frutchey Patrick Iohn Goodall Donald Lee Haas Charles Raymond Allen Michael Bezbatchenko Ralph Augustine Burkley X Emil Andrew Buzek Charles Richard Collins Victor Monroe Davis. Ir. Edward Dias. Ir. Walter Clair Eckert Earl Leroy Egbert Howard Maurice Fitch -Richard Leroy Fleshman Orr Foster Freeman COLLEGE OI' EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in Education Donald Lewis lackson Ann Maidanick with distinction Albert Maligie George Gratt Martin Elinor lane McQuay Thomas Edson McQuay Iohn Patrick O'Brien with distinction Miriam lane Partsch Elmer Melvin Reighard. Ir. Wilma Ieanne Rogers Bachelor oi Science in Cornelia Marie Grant William Russell Gray Ieannette Elaine Harpley Karl A. Hauritz Robert Edwin Heacock Betty lane Heimann Barbara Iudson l-lolsberry Marvel Starrine Iacobson Grace Marie King Laura Robinson Kyle Felix Ioseph Latona Mary Elizabeth Leitch Catherine McCaffrey Esther Iayne Melinger Barbara Iune Meyers Pearl Buck Miller Eldon Richard Motz Lila H. Neal Iohn Isaac Nicholas Education William Carl Schultz Ioseph Benton Staniord, Ir. Charles Francis Thomas Dominick Ioseph Triiero Mary lane Frankenburger Turner Lois lean Umbarger Richard Carl Vellettay Margaret loan Wallace Iohn Stewart Watt with distinction Edward Iohn Weihe Maurice Groves Williams Albert William Nicholls, Ir. Lois Esther Osborn William Darold Pitts Mary Frances Reighard Ioanne Lois Ruthenberg Eulalie E. Sauve Geraldine Lucille Schumacher Helen Martha Schur Maxine Ida Shelhorn Martha Lee Smith Mary Lou Smith Evelyn Gail Summersgill Elsie Suso Ralph Emerson Tate Ir Iohn lake Tebelak Ruth Dorothy Timmons Gertrude C Vermillion Nancy Aimee Volk Frank Anthony Wahl Bachelor oi Science in Nursing Education Bernice Ioyce Moore COLLEGE Ol' ENGINEERING Bachelor of CIVIIX Engineering Ioseph William Koegel Alvin Maurer Richards, Ir with distinction Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Iohn Edward Hamman Richard Edwin Hoiacker Phillip Robert Horn David Edward Massey William Thomas Morgan with distinction Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Arthur Phillip Hansen Robert Iames Harry Creighton David Hartman Harold Clarence Iames Wayne Virgil King Robert Henry Kline Harold William Kloos with distinction Leonard Marion Kraszewski with distinction Iack Lang Robert Allen Loesch Iohn Luber Iames Ellis Masters William Ritter Ruhlm Frank Clifford Smith Robert Carl Wmebrenner Franklin Elias Palmer Nicholas Wright Richards William Arnold Roos Richard Carl Sauber Iames Naughton Seidelle Norman Ashley Sidnell Cale Hayes Merrill Robert Edward Mmgle Thomas Frederic Minter Iohn Gabriel Pere Charles Alton Ptahl Ir George Frederick Pfeiffer Ir Edwin M Phelps Maurice Louis Pules Donald Senuta C B Shepher Ir with distinction Edward Lewis Slgl'lSl Seymour Stephen Stein Don Williams lr I I I I I I I Hensley Coleman Hobbs Michael Christopher Moskoii ,, i , . 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Q1 vf1'1f'L " X X X 1 gg 1 m 1!ff11g E1 '11I,1,QmiHgi.1E1WT1151N,1t.ij11i.1R1,1, ,1,-5, lt l I' ' 1- ' - -1 -'- u-1,.- 1 11 -1.11 11515-'11-4-'11 ' 1 YW-1 -1121. 1.111 ll1?iMhuk1i'?li2I:M1.11::11Il!i.1-11:4L11111, O 0 1 1 ,, Q Q 1. M M 2, 1, his y K ll 1 W' . gf W Q-'grafiijglglfjjwpa' ut. -lfQ:'1::,. E y ,:, "ip ti-"vu - ff' ..'.gftf 5,-t I it 'Q '-Lfaj. . ' . .' ,4A',.4, .Z " f 3':H.":,.t'g.'QULi-f'.j'.ff '-QA 5 Y ' ' 1-' '- , . '5'ti-.lgvfaiggkfiffl ', 'yy , Haw-,ft,-1.-K.:'.2"'f, gg, A.: - H f' ' xl,r.1-,L-.. Pierian u ,gb I' f 1 .yr z f f' 1 M' . 1 3-rf. . M4 .. ' "W 57 " R iffs ' ., y 9 V :E Pll FACULTY ADVISER: f PURPOSE: H Mrs. Gladys Palmer Q To recognize outstanding Women leaders, and to stimulate higher standards in extracurricular activities. MEMBERSHIP: . A Members are chosen for their personality, democracy, leadership, and activities. A scholastic average of 2.63 for 80 hours completed is also required. OFFICERS: , ' Barbara Thomas, President . Iean Swift, Secretary Patricia Thompson, Vice-President Marna Darst, Treasurer ACTIVES: . Ll Barbara Thomas lean Swift Patricia Thompson Marna Darst Eleanor Christoff HON ORARY MEMBERS: Mrs. H. E. Simmons Mrs. Gladys Palmer NEOPHITES: Sally Farver Phyllis Watkins' Notation-Individual pictures, left to right: I. Swift, P. Thompson, B. Thomas, E. Christoff, and M. Darst. ' liz X L I 1 1 Nw Theta Clrole of Umwron Delta il il PURPOSE To recoqmze mdrvrdual attamment mould sentrment by combmmg representatlve men and brmg together faculty and students QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP Scholastlc average of 2 3 must be a Iurnor and a one year s resrclent at the Um- verslty FACULTY ADVISEB F S Sefton CFFICERS Frank Wahl Presldent Elmer Rerghard Treasurer Thomas Schenz V1ce Presldent Neal Burke Secretary MEMBERS STUDENT. I rank Wa mer Reiqhard FACULTY: . d,S mmer ield Baldwin. ro . har es Du o . Fran imone i y -ALUMNI: y I ' It d ermcm 1 PURPOSE: tudent Council The purpose ot the organization shall be the regulation of student affairs in accord ance with this constitution and by-laws and the representing of the student body in matters ot mutual interest to the student body and to the tacultyand administration QUALIFICATIONS FOR -MEMBERSHIP: Elected by the Student Body FACULTY ADVISERT Mr Gordon Hagerman OFFICERS: y Andrew Slezak, President I A Evelyn Nuckols, Recording Secretary Dorothy Reasor, Vice-President Howard Allgood, MEMBERS: Albert Alford Patricia Allen Howard Allgood Neal Burke Florence Cox Lenore Crist Nancy Crites Iohn Ensworth Ann Guth Randall Hagerman Richard Hanstord lean Hottman Harry Hollingsworth Ramona Kormanik, Corres. Secretary Robert Kassinger Adele Keller Ramona Kormanik Robert A Lacey Mary Leyden Charles Manchester Leo McElroy Earleen Miller Hope Monahan Evelyn Nuckols Patrick O'Brien Verne Petrie Edward Petty Treasurer Homer Pyle Dorothy Reasor Carl Rice Ray Roberts I Edward Schneir James Stansbury Ioseph Staudt lean Swift r Pat Thompson Norbert Weisend Mary Io YWhite R. R. Wiseman Tucker-C v Women, League l Council PURPCSE: ' l To promote the acquaintance and common Welfare ot all Women students MEMBERSHIP: All day session Women students are automatically members ot the League FACULTY ADVISER: Mrs. Gladys M. Palmer Partsch, Treasurer OFFICERS: y Patricia Thompson, President Gloria Henton, Secretary ' loanne Ruthenberq, Vice-President Miriam MEMBERS: P Ruth Ann Cody Iackie Baker Dorothy Reasor Iune Lain Anne Connolly , , A, l V' ,Miriam Partsch 1 . , , , X Sally Farver lanette Clark Patricia Thompson loanne Ruthenberq Gloria Henton Alpha Theta Chapter f Kappa llalta P1 PURPOSE: , Kappa Delta Pi has for its purpose to promote high intellectual and scholastic standards, to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship, to quicken pro- fessional growth and to recognize contributions to education. MEMBERSHIP: y f Candidates must be Iuniors, who have six semester hours in Professional subjects or eleven hours of Senior rank and have a quality point average in all work of three points. FACULTY ADVISER: ' Dean Howard Evans AOFFICERS: , Robert E.'Weaver, President Helen Eckert, Secretary a Marjorie Goldsberry, Vice-President Mary Dague, Treasurer Acrivnsz ' p Robert Weaver lohn Obrien Helen Eckert PLEDGES: Dr. Helen Painter Dr. William Painter - Lucy Vielhaber Marvel Jacobson Ann Maidanick Ieannette Rosenbloom Carolyn Gannon Phyllis Opp Prof. Edward lones Idabelle Richardson Irene Pavlich Virginia Minick Patricia Thompson Iohn Ensworth Mary Dague Esther Alford Dr. Mabel Riedinger Grace King Ralph Marshall Iohn Pattinger. Richard Hansford William Filey TY' lllpha Lambda Delta PURPOSE: , 1 To promote a higher standard of learning, to encourage high scholastic attain ment, and to develop leadership among the Women of the University. MEMBERSHIP: Freshmen Women who obtain a 3.5 average during their first semester or their iirst two semesters are eligible for membership. FACULTY ADVISER: ' Mrs. Gladys Palmer SENIOR ADVISER: Irene Radabaugh OFFICERSH , Pat Hayes, President Grace Stagney, Secretary Marian Thompson, Vice-President Alberta Seiler, Treasurer ACTIVES: I ' . Pat Hayes Alberta Seiler KCIY Holi Marian Thompson Iean Coleman Lucy Vielhaber A Grace Stagney Geraldine Crano Edna Welton a PLEDGES: a J p j " I 'Dorothy Antof Joanne Gfghqm Barbara Tichenor A X I ' Beverly Biro Emma Lee Knippenberg A1111 Dante A N Ruth Rauch Patricia Tilton Nancy Williams P Lois Gill ' ' . I Marjorie Roller PURPOSE: To stimulate a professional in- terest in Home Economics. MEMBERSHIP: S C h o l a s t i C average of 2.8: l e a d e r s h i p , Character, and personality. MEMBERS: Cherry Hoover Mary Maurer Thyra Hayden lane Bolin Norma Rogers Calla Fish Virginia Minck Marcella Rosenman Peggy Kempson Harriet Cimarik Ellen Reynolds Gerry Schumacher ,Y ' ,li , -- - W . 5. I I 1 N ,, . I ,, VV, 1, ' " ' Q 2' X A f , , . an Kappa Phi FACULTY ADVISER: Miss Euclid Smith OFFICERS: Marcella Rosen- man, President Harriet Cimarik, Vice-President tary-Treasurer i G e r r y S C h u - macher, Secre- Phi Eta Sigma ' To recognize scholastic attainment during Freshman year in college, and to en- courage academic achievement among treshmanimen. t QUALlFlCATlONS MEMBERSHIP: Must be a freshman man who attains a quality point ratio of 3.5 either in the first semester or the first year in college. FACULTY ADVISER: ' Prof. D. A. Keister orricsrisn E E Dallas Atkins, President William Starcher, Vice-President MEMBERS: , Ioseph Abdenour Dduqs Atkins Ralph Baker - Evan Bender Frank Bland lohn Botzum lerome .Bricker -Douglas Brown Vernon Bulgriri -lal:k Cooper , Edizvard cofben Dean Eads 'Edwards William Gamble Claire Herman Harry Hollingsworth Ioseph Hrubik Robert lackson lames Iones Ted Iones Ford Kalil George Kaso Charles Kenyon Fred Kidder Leonard Konopa Edward Kusel Cecil Lutz .Robert D. Weed L Iames R.' Graves 1 Iohn Botzum, Secretary George Kaso, Treasurer Ralph Marshall Richard' Meyer Andrew Michalares Salvatore Milani Blake Moore Don Moore David Moskovitz Angelo Nicolori Iohn O'Brien Peter Orris Forrest Pyle William Quick Robert Reinthal lack Resnick Hubert Rett Earl Ross Charles Schwartz Norman Simpson Charles Sippola Duane Smith Ben Sokol lames Stansbury William Starcher Ernest Stein Ioseph Stern Phillip Teagle Alexander Thomas Robert Weaver Robert Weyrick Robert I. Blackwood Melvin V. Kropp Kotti S. Kosta Don E. Leatherman V Charles Manchester Guy Sankey Krneta William D. Stockton Ellleerleen I ln titute el Eleetrieal Engineer PURPOSE: To foster and promote interest in electrical engineering at University of Akron QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Any electrical engineering student becomes "Student Member, EE." FACULTY ADVISER: Prof. A. I. B. Fairburn OFFICERS: W. T. Morgan, President E. A. Grimes, Secretary D. E. Massey, Vice-President F. F. Selover, Treasurer MEMBERS: Milton P. Alexich Everett Anderson Teddy Wayne Blaser Theodore R. Brackett Frank Brands lames P. Campbell Melvin Church George Cook Carl Crawford Walter Curtis Kenneth Dixon Walter Frey Clark Frizell Clarence Gill William Gormley Ernest Grimes Richard Hofacker Bruce Iackson lames Iones Robert Kassinger Paul Kline Garfield Laiblin Russell Medkeff Robert Neill Robert Parker Don Patchen Iohn Popa Hubert Rett A Nicholas Richards Clarence Rogers William Roos Hamilton Ryder Charles Schwartz Fred Selover I. E. Smith Iames Stalnaker Paul Stanford George Tufkal Ioseph Varvaro Robert Weyrich - Earl Wilson William Yee ,Louis Ciraldo Richard Greenhorn Edward Rodeman Kent Kuckeman I .Phi Chapter Of igma Tau PURPOSE: To recognize scholarship and professional attainment among engineers. MEMBERSHIP: Students must be in the upper third oi the' combined Iunior and Senior classes Also the entrance requirements of sociability and practicality. FACULTY ADVISER: Prof. E. K. Hamlen OFPICERS: Robert C. Winebrenner, President Roy Wiseman, Vice-President FACULTY MEMBERS: Dean R. D. Landon ACTIVE MEMBERS: lames Allan Evan 'Bender Melvin Church Victor Davis Robert Harry Robert lackson PLEDGES: Robert Weyrick loseph Varvaro, . ,Don Williams ' Dr. B. W.,Boguslavsky Prof. E. Crandall Kline Leonard Kraszevvski Nicholas Migdal Robert Neill Iohn Popa N Nicholas Richards lohn Luber Dario Pittoti lames Moore WIPO? ,. . ' .1:a+rf.nm.triir.uirmtmr aa-ismm ' Arlie Ienlcins ' .I -"iff t .. it .4 .,'i-M . t?'TQJ'6, ,W t. 223' t RELHLH' pd Iohn Popa, Secretary Leonard Kraszewski. Prof. Clarence R. Upp K. Hamlen William Ruhlin loseph Smith Earl Wilson Robert Winebrenner Roy Wiseman Charles Collins Kent Kucheman Richard Meyer Edward Campbell lames Landis Treasurer Prof. Fred S. Griffin Iohn Hamman Harold Kloos William Morgan Iohn Pere Alvin Richards, lr. Richard Sauber Bernard Lowry Walter Woyer Ray Roberts American omet of nglneer PURPOSE: T ' . y 5 ' The purpose ofthe- student chapter of the A. S. -C. E. is to help the student prepare 'Q himself for entry into the profession and the Senior Society. y y MEMBERSHIP: 1 R t c r , Q- ' To become a member of A. S. C. E. the student should have an interest in Civil S engineering and must have the status of sophomore, junior or senior. FACULTY ADVISER: y 'F . , Dr. Boris W. Boquslavsky T orificrrrs: ' , - Raymond Roberts, President Eric'Treiesleben, Secretary f 5 Iames R. Moore, Vice-President Leno Della Bianco, Treasurer MEMBERS: - 'z ,. A Iohn Cerutti J l Robert Arnold l Charles Coclcerham , Samuel Green Q loseph Koeqel Theodore Renniclc Q Alvin Richards Edward Campbell ll ' ' 1 ' ' l N I I . V Iames Henninqe Arthur Dellapa Clarence Hood David Sohn William Ruhlin Frank Smith Richard Whilacre Robert Winebrenner Robert, Wagner, 'link 'X ,zllflhf it 2-Q I V '1 V .l Howard Helms John Chester Harry Eckert Raymond Roberts Iames Moore Eric Treiesleben , nnerlean Seelety et Meehnnienl Engineer PURPOSE: To promote the ar t and science of mechanical engineering, to encourage original research, and to foster engineering education. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Students must be enrolled as a rnechanica enginee more hours of work. FACULTY ADVISER: Mr. W. M. Petry OFFICERS: l ' r and have completed 30 or Robert Harry, President Harold Iames, Roy Wiseman, Vice-President C. Kline, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS: Prof. Fred. S. Griffin , Mr. W. M. Petry Prof. E. MEMBERS: Allen, Chas. R. Allen, lames H. Baldwin, Marshall M. Bender, Evan M. Berry, Lewis KB. Bezbatchenko, Mich. Burns, Ralph B. Buzek, Emil Cheuvront, Chas. T. Collins, Chas. R. Criss, Everett R. Davis, Victor'M. Dias, Edward Eckert, Walter C. Egbert, Earl Fitch, Howard M. Fleshman, Richard L. Freeman, Iohn F. ' H l tl+l.'1l.trk.ae1f.tr he Halter, Edmund I. Hamlet, Chas. S. Hardman, Orval Harry, Robert I. Henry, Richard B. Humphreys, Chas. W. Iackson, Robert I. james, Harold C. King, Wayne V. Kline, Crandall R. Kline, Leo V. Kloos, Harold W. Kneubuehl, Iames Lang, lack , I Lowry, P Bernard V. Luber, lohn Lutz, Cecil In .lVlasters, lanjies E, Merrill, C. H. " Meyer, Richard E. Migdal, Nicholas Mikis, Ernest S. ,lVlirtick, Albert I. Moore, Bruce H. Moskoft, Michael Nicoloff, Angelo Olinger, Harry S. Pere, lohn G. Peternell, Walter V. Petruska, loseph A. Pfahl, Chas. A. Pfeiffer, George Phelps, Edwin M. ' Pitotti, Dario Pitts, Delwin G. Pyle, Forrest B. Sabo, Stephen Scott-, Walter Treasurer K. Hamlen I Senuta, Donald Sever, Iames E. Shepherd, Wm. C. Sippola, Charlie A. Slezak, Andrew W. Smith, Ioseph C. Smith, lohn F. Smith, Ralph E. Solop. Eli Starkweather, David C Stoner, Richard C. Taylor, Robert l. Thomas, S. S. Thorne, Ted Walker, Dwite Warner, Harvey T. Weiler, Norman E. Williams. Don Wilson, Arthur R. Wiseman, Roy R. llnlver :ty tudent a Building PURPOSE: A e - .' A The purpose is primarily to give service to the students. This has been and will con- C tinue tobe the policy of the building. r I QUALIFICATIONS: I p ' n - The office personnel has been selected from the Student Building work crew which serves as a proving ground for future managerial material. It is only through the - work crew that men can work into the Managers Office, so that by the time they f . do become connected with the .management of the building, they are well ac- quainted with the type of work expected of them. ' OFFICERS: E I Manager: Neal Burke Assistant managers: Thomas, Armesy Gene Becker I ' I Edward Corbett Charles Schieb A Douglas Welch In nglneerlng ll en Urganlzatlon PURPOSE Educat1onal advancement of Engineering Students, Interest and pride 1n Engineer 1ng as a profession Soc1al felloWsh1p among the engineering students QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP The Organization is open to all students ClCISS1I1Sd as Engineers or Pre engineers FACULTY ADVISER Prof Earl Wilson OFFICERS . Michael Bezbatchenko President Iames Masters, Secretary Andrew Slezak Vice-President Richard Sauber Treasurer MEMBERS , Milton Alexich Robert Allen I Robert Arnold Herbert Bair Wade Bdmes R. W. Bebout - D. E. Bella Evan Bender Lewis B. Berry William Beverly Michael Bezbatchenko Robert Biggio T. W. Blaser R. L. Bock Russell Boltz Robert Bottomley Ted Brackett Frank Brands Willard Broughton P. S. Brown Ralph Burkley , Emil Buzek l0hn Cerutti H A. L. Charlton Charles Cheuvront R. L. Christy . Melvin Church Louis Ciraldo H. M. Cole LR. L. Cook V .5 T. D. Cooper - 4'W. H. Cottrell Cox , A. A. Dellapa Edward Dias . Kenneth Dixon Richard Dodson Harry Eckert Walter Eckert Laverne Erickson Howard Fitch D. Freeman Iohn I. Frohman E. T. Fundoukos E. M. Gallagher Donald A. Geiger Daniel Gilcrest Clarence Gill Emest Grimes Charles Hamlet Arthur Hansen Iames Haylett H. N. Helms M. H. Heppert R. E. Hineline William I-links R. L. Hively Ruth Hixenbaugh Richard Hoiacker C. F. Hood C. W. Humphries Robert I. Iackson A. I. I enkins E. C. Iones I. D. Iones I. W. Iones Ford Kalil ' F Karrenbauer Robert Kassinger Don Kempi William M. Kerr Wayne King I. R. Kingan Don G. Kleman Crandall Kline Leo V. Kline P. A. Kline Iames E. Kneubuehl Ioe Koegel Leonard Kraszewski G. G. Laiblin B. I. Lahr C. I. Lawrence Bernaun Leasure R. A. Loesch Bernard Lowry Iohn'Luber Peter Manis Iames Masters lack Marquardt Robert McConnell Steve McCormick L. D. Mcllroy Richard Meyer Robert Meyer N. T. Migdal E. S. Mikis , lames R. Moore E. C. Morath George Morgan Michael Moskoli William A. Myers R. W. Neill Angelo Nicolofi R. E. Parker Don Patchen Charles O. Peckham Walter Peternell Charles Pfohl Frank Piohl Dario Pitotti Robert Powell H. G. Pruitt F. B. Pyle Lester Rehm R. E. Rehm H. C. Rett Iohrx Reynolds Iames O. Rhodes Odell Rigby Eugene Ring Raymond Roberts Thomas F. Rocco Ed. I. Rodeman C. L. Rogers Karl Rohrer W. A. Roos Richard Rouse Stephen C. Sabo W. Samerdak I. P. Schellin T, R. Schidel Fred Selover Donald Senuta L. R, Severns I. H. Shanazar William Shepherd G. R. Siddall Robert Simers C. D. Sisson Andrew Slezak R. I. Slezak Frank F. Smith Ioseph C, Smith Iames Snow D. E, Sohn Iames Stalnaker I. F. Stalter. Ir. R. I. Stalter Don Starcher Karl Starks Robert I. Taylor Lawrence Thompson Ed Tomayko L. I. Towne E. I. Vallish Ioe Varvaro E. P. Waltz Harvey Warner Norman A. Weiler Norbert A. Weisend Don Williams Arthur R. Wilson E. Wilson Robert Winebrenner Roy Wiseman B. I. Wolcott Bobbie Wolfcale George Womersley Walter Woyar William Yee PURPOSE: To provide participation, recognition, and cooperation in all campus activities for all unaffiliated students. A ' FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. D. A. Keister OFFICERS: . Dick Pavvalek, President Lucretia Balaj, Recording Secretary MEMBERS: Adams, Patricia Adams, Thomas N. Alberts, Ralph Allen, Pat Andrews, Loren E. Anich, Eli Armstrong, Iulia Bachman, Faye Balaj, Lucretia Bargets, Eleanore Bartholomew, Robert F. Beeson. Barbara Bellamy, Phyllis . Berry, Eileen Biondo, Margaret Birklund, Carl Blackie, Ioanne Blunt, Claudius ' Bork, Iames Bozeman, Owen C. Brackett, Ted Brands, Frank Brazelton, Ambrose Brewer, Marjorie Broadwater, Io Brown, Bobbie . Bruell, Beverly Bullock, lean Bunn, Dean Buzzelli, Victor Calhoun, Walter Calvert, Harold Campbell, Rosemary Canning, Iim Cerutti, I. - Case, leanne Chandler, Mary Cheuvront. C. Chibis, Catherine Church, Charles Church, Melvin Clapp, Winifred Clark, Herbert S. Conaway, Iames Cook. Lawrence Coats, Iames Cotterman, Richard Coulson, Marie Craig, Ralph Crist, Lenore Crites, Nancy Cross, Francis Crowley, Mary Lou Crumf Donna Cully, Don Curtis, Elaine Dalrymple, Ianice Date, Iean Daugherty, Iohn DellaBianco, Lino DeMarco, Gordon Denison, Doris DeSantis, Rita Desimone, Iohn Dudas, Andrew Dunderman, Thomas Durr, Iohn Echard, Ruby Ensworth, Iohn Ernest. Carl Faggos, Millie Filo, Frank Fitzgerald, William T. Fletcher, Dean Fowler, William Frasier, Delores Friedman, Esther Lou Fritsch, Eleanor Fulop, William Gamble, Iohn Gardner, Robert I. Garver. Eloise Garver. Peggy Gatsie. Iohn Gauder, Mary Rose Gellner, I. H. - Giles, Gloria Glasener, Francis Glasgow, Iohn Gluck, Alva W.' Graham, Ioan Greenwald, Robert Greer, Iames Y Gresser, Pat Grey, Daryl Griiiin, Iames Grimm, Noel Grosjean, Ruth Hackworth, Chester Hairston, Norma Hale, Eleanor Hallett, Iames Hamilton, Ioyce Hammett, Clifford Hammond, Mildred Hanlon, Donald Hanner, Donna Lee Harple, Mary Harpley, lack Harrington, Richard Harris, George Harvey, lack M. Hatfield, Io Anne Hayden, Iohn Heckerman, lrvin Henninger, Beverly Hensel, Gerald Henterly, Dick Heylock, W. B. Himelright, Bonnie Hixenbaugh. Ruth Hurst, Iohn Huthsteiner. Gustave Iackson, Shirley Iohnston, Charlotte Kaiser, Merle Kasapis, Paul Kaurlman, Nancy Keller. l. Kempl. Donald F. Kerr, William Kershner, Ralph Kester, Ellen Kilgo, Dewey D. King. Ann Independent' tudent dssneintnnn, Catherine Porosky, Corresponding Secretary , B Mary Rose Gauder, Treasurer Kintz, Iohn Oberdorter, Barbara ' Shepard, Fred Knox, Bill O'Brien. Geraldine Shepherd, Clyde Y Kohn, Byron Orsich. Milan Shepherd. William Konopa, Leonard Pappano, Carmel Slezak, .Andy Kopelson, Irving Paterline, Norma Slezak, Raymond Korb, Ioanne , Pawelek, Richard Smart, Eva Krannich, G. Percoco,'Mary Smith, Frank Lardas, Argie Pernettas, Pauline Spencer, Marie Lefller, Don Platis, Mary Stamp, Phyllis Lehman, Jeanne Porosky. Catherine Stoll. Dorothy Linton, Paul Porosky, Margaret Suie, Ted Swain, LoRita Tandcm, Kailash Taylor, Edwin Thomas, Barbara Pouton, lack ' Powell, William Prescott, Mary Pruner, Wayne Long, William Lorson, Emmett Lowry. Bernard Lucas, Corliss Ludwig, Iack Puskas, Ernest ThO!1'1!0D. Wil1iUm Lund, Inga Radabaugh, Irene Toon, lohn Lutz, Carlyle Rager, Mary . Trout. B012 McClancy, Thomas Rankin, Robert Turkal. George McCloskey, Charles Rauckhorst,VMary TWiCklel'- DiCk Varvaro, Ioe Viering, Ray Vislausky, Iames Vuiasinovick, Nick T. McQuay, Elinor Richardson, Nehemiah Walker. K. W. Weible. lames Weil, Adeline X Welwver, Donald Welter, Betty Weyrick. Ford R. Whatmough, Diane Whitaker, Patricia A. Whitney. William. Wilcher. Marcus Williams, lean Reardon, Edwin Rett. Hubert Reeves, D. E. McNutt, Robert Richards, Carl McCormick, Henry Mclnnes, Richard McKitrick, Marian Ridenour, Edw. Riley. Glenn Robinson, Betty Rockwell. Wayne L. Rogers, Iames Rooke, Sarah Rowe, Anna Ruman. Wilma Sani. Patricia Maddox. Dorothy Mamay, Eugenia Mamay, Nina Mann, Iack Marshall, Ralph Martin. George Mazak. S. G. Melin, Iohn Metz, William n Mr tz, Bob Scaglione, Tony Moore, Robert Schlosser, Iohn W. Wilson. Lev-'iS E- Morgese. Gen Sciezkowski. Helen Woltcale, Bobbie- Morrison, Edward Schmitt, Albert Q Young, Ernest Young. Richard Schott. lohn F. Zapor, Edward S. Schramrn, William Moskoft. Carl Mostyn, Claire Mowder, Charles Seed, Pat Zeiter, Charles , . Murphy, Lois Seidelle, Iames Zubovic. Georee Nellis, Iohn ' Severns, Lloyd ' ' - Nelson. Frank A. Shand, Sterling ' . - Newman. Robert Y ' Shaw, lan! . . rsu.:4Lxist,u.naemvu?'Mluull, united World Federalists 'University of Akron Chapter PURPOSE: Organized in February, 1948 as part ot a national organization Working toward a strengthened United Nations with limited powers sufficient to prevent War P MEMBERSHIP: 4 Open to all who are interested inits Work and ideals. l FACULTY ADVISER: P 1 Dr. Charles West OFFICERS: is Iarnes C. Hallett, President Edwin Reardan, Treasurer H i Edwin Louth, Vice-President Clarence Carlson, Corres. Secretary Charlotte Iohnson, Recording Secretary ' MEMBERS: N Paul M. Hudson ' Clyde L. Shepherd AHarry Hollingsworth Richard Pawelek Paul M. Wallace . Adam Gadcmac, Howard' Rowe ' Dallas V. Atkins ' ' Ernest L. Puskas 'Michael M. Pantelich Robert L.'Quigley . - I. Clyde Iames Marna Darst David L. Headley Iohn Schott Charles R. Zeiter lean Simon Robert F. McCourt lack W. Rehm Antonio Scaglione Iohn W. Morrison William E. Fowler, lr. Ralph Wingerter lean Tucker Herman W. Knoeferl Robert Silvanik lames B. Greer ,Don T. Moore George Kaso Betty Brown Fred Shepard Iames Vislavsky Rita Gillette Y I If A- I I I 'VTWIQ ll , 1- ' .. , ' ,I U 5 ' ' 4 xp , ' ' Q 11'- x"-'-'-f-ff-- is ' ewman Club PURPOSE: A f I F The purpose of the Newman Clubs in American colleges and universities is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a bal- anced program of religious activities. Its special end is to make the Catholic stu- dent more conscious of the importance of God and of his religion in his daily lite, on or off campus. The Newman Club further enables Catholic students to become acquainted with each other and to associate with those of the same faith. . QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Open to all Catholic students. FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. Charles Duffy C OFFICERS: William Martin, President Katherine Krupp, First Vice Pres. l Iohn Malaney, Second Vice Pres. L William Heinl, Treasurer Leonora Dettling, Recording Secretary Charlene Herman, Corres. Secretary Univer it Theatre PURPOSE: . To promote dramatic interest among the students of the University and the people of Akron and to present dramatic productions. I Q MEMBERSHIP: There are two degrees of membership, active and associate. An associate mem- ber must, by worthy endeavor, acquire twenty points as defined by a standard point system which allots points for various fields of theatre activity. An active member must acquire thirty points in a like manner. Only active members may sit in on business meetings and exercise power of suffrage. FACULTY ADVISER: Mr. Donald Varian OFFICERS: Theodore I. Boecker, President Ioy Aikey, Business Manager r . lean Colerider, Vice-President . George Swales, Production Manager Iames Snow, Secretary X , Ioy Aikey lean Monier ' I Theodore Boecker Iames Snow lean Colerider ' George Swales Q Robert Lacey S Iqmes Thom MEMBER: L " M g Phyllis Watkins lnterlraternity Council i PURPOSE: 1 y ' I ' The purpose of the organization shall be the control of interfraternity relations Witl. the advice and approval of the faculty. ,, , A 4 Q y A QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: ' 1 , I The probationary member shall have all of its members rated as to scholastic rec- ords and its financial status approved. He shall also have the approval of the faculty representative. , . - f I X 1 FACULTY ADVISER: Dean Donfred H. Gardner OFFICERS: ' Thomas "Casey" Iones, President, Lone Star Charles Thompson, Vice-President, Lone Star Ioseph Cook, Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Delta Theta y 1 MEMBERS: . Lone Star , ' Phi Sigma Kappa' Alpha Epsilon Pi Phi Delta Theta Theta Chi ,Chi Gamma' H N K y Lambda Chi Alpha ' 'Phi Kappa Tau X n y N ' I iff Phi lgma Soviet To promote interest in research in the biological sciences. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: t B avera e for all Slxteen hours of Work in the biology department, with at leas a g Work completed: and have completed or shown satisfactory progress in a biolog ical research problem of the person's ovvn choosing. FACULTY ADVISER: Dr Walnter C. Kraatz- ACTIVE MEMBERS: Aubrey Allman Leo Anastos Robert Baker Augustus Dycus Eugenia Mamay Nina Mamay Elinor layne McQuay Billie Meese I PLEDGES: Richard Amos Barbara Barnes Rosemary Campbell Iames Cole Iohn David ' Barbara Gresham lames' Grotstein - Hensel - MILK Dr. Paul Acquarone Mrs. Seraphirnct Boguslavsky Dr. Dorothy Colien Mrs. H. Louise Katz Dr. Walter Kraatz Mrs, Gladys Robinson Mr. Sumner Vanica Delores Iackson Donald Iackson Earleen Miller Miriam Partsch Paul Rohrer Gordon Sjothun Esther Thompson Diane Whatmough Art Uluh PURPOSE: :- To promote an interest in art Work and sponsor all campus art exhibits for class and outside Work. MEMBERSHIP: I Completion ot 4 credit hours in the University art department with aB ayerage FACULTY ADVISERS: i Dr. Emily Davis Miss Rena .Nancy Cable Mrs. Charlotte Packan A OFFICERS: A ' V ' lean Swift, President Eleanor Hale, Secretary - Ray Viering, Vice-President Iames Larson, Treasurer MEMBERS: I Pat Allen lack Barnes Irene Bene Florence Cox Bill Farley Bill Forsch Iohn Gatsie Mary Gillam Pat Hayes ' Aileen Heinzman Evelyn Iolliff Elizabeth' Iones Paul Kasapis A Rosemary Klein Bob Rankin Carolyn Rader Thomas Schenz X Dorothy Sycks Gene Tucker I Arlene V A Biology C lub To stimulate interest in biology. MEMBERSHIP: Open to all biology students and any others who are interested in biology. FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. W. C. Kraatz CFFICERS: Iohn David, President Don Iackson, Vice-President MEMBERS: Dr. Paul Acquarone Tommy Adams Ralph Alberts Leo Anastos Robert P. Baker Barbara Barnes Glover Barnes Frank Bland Mrs. S. Fr Boguslavsky Rosemary Campbell Jim Cole Iohn David ' Gene DeLapa Bill Foltz Barbara Gresham Iames Griffin Stanleigh Grotstein Albert Hanson George Hendley Iohn Hutko Dee Iackson Don Iackson Iohn lacob A Ralph Iohnston Mrsi Louise Katz Ioan Korbf Nina Marnay, Treasurer Dee Iackson, Secretary Eugenia Mamay Nina Mamay Betty Masters Mrs. Iayne McQuay Bill Meese Earleen Miller Howard Minor Bob Mintz Robert Murray Mike Neicoft Miss Helen Park David Riley Bill Rios ' .X A Robert Young Q Bill Robinson Mrs. Gladys Robinson Ernie Rowland Charles Saylor Eugene Sohn William Stockton Alice Taylor Charles Taylor Esther Thompson Leo Ward lim Watson Diane Whatmough George Vlilson Sociology Uluh - ' f ' PURPOSE: f V ' To provide opportunities tor sociology students to make personal contacts with people directly connected with sociology through lectures, visits, reports, and dis- cussions. - - QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: r ' A student must be enrolled in at least one sociology course to become arnember of the Sociology Club. I I y FACULTY ADVISERS: Dr. Harmon O. De.Graft Dr. H. E. Smith OFFICERS: ' Ralph Wingerter, President Gene Everhart, Vice-President MEMBERS: Donald Bowers Robert Greenwald Nada Thomas Harvey Normington Iames Stansbury Gene Everhard Robert Silvanik Gerald Miller Ralph Wingerter H. O. Degrafl Harold Smith Vernelyn Latham Ruth Newman Florence Patton Ann Rader Marna Darst Sally Farver Pat Winston Charles Ward Mae White Newton Kelly I William Williams Alice Hunker Don Watt Dick St. Iohn Betty Buckley C. H. Thomas Ernie Fiatal Mike Barno Bob Koehler D. L. Forbes Jean Mumper George Balla Mary Shaffer Dick Mewhinney Paul Steese Helen Ballou . Katherine Csernick lean Wiedrnan Elizabeth Patton Norma Hull Colletto' Begue A , L' Nada Thomas, Secretary Robert Silvanik, Treasurer y Ursula Davis Ruth Kindig Tom Adams Dorothy Keen Marion Paffenberger Viola Schall Doris Mathias Cherry Hoover Ruth Andrus Gerald Kromer George Knepper Ieanne Case . Sterling Sechrist lohn Tureck Ioe Wilson Barbara Thomas Milan Orsich Iames Stambaugh Ethel Betty Bakay Owen Bogemair Ed Garrigan Frances Glasener E. E. Lavery Vuide Spero Henry Stoner Ioe Kane Ann King, Ioanne Korb Charles Earlenbaugh William Copeland Charles Rader Kathleen Turner Eugene Iustice lean Tucker Ellen Niemi Irene Meckey Noel Southworth Mary Harple Barbara Beeson Robert Mothersbaugh Herbert Hayward Charles Randolph Marvin Crisp . Donna Eshmeyer Delmar Hershey V. Wesley Ienkins K. Hardman Dallas Atkins Marjorie Fouts Eugene Amburgy - Lee Kelly Edward Petty Dale Thompson - Iack Eggers Catherine Mitchell . David Davis . Daniel Mamay . Walter Iohnson Iames Spear ' Sue Lehner William Heath Fred Liermann I ' Mrsflennie Mettzer , Stan Andrews 1 'X Political Scicncc llluh PURPOSE: To promote better interest cmd understanding ot politics in the United States and 5 abroad. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: An interest in the political sciences. Q. FACULTY ADVISER: ' Prof. David King - OFFICERS: V 1 Iohn Schott, President Gordon E. DeMa , Y Iohn Putman, Vice-President William Fovv MEMBERS: ' Adele Keller A. I. Scaglione Ernest Stadvec Don Fogle David Forbes Robert Miller George Hayes Lawrence Prichard Iames Vislausky I Bill Fowler George Kaso David Headly lloseph Cook Earl Nobil George Artines Iohn Schmuck Dallas Atkins Richard Henterly Albert Alford lohn Putman I ', Q ,N 4 C?hUf1eS'BYGffS X lohn Schott rco Secretar ler, Treasurer - Frederick Shepard Clyde Shepard Eliodoro Ciccolini Gordon DeMarco Richard Schneider Charles Zeiter lacques Raegen Richard Kouri George Krneta Charles Schieb l E, Q1 , t' l a u l PURPOSE: To stimulate interest in teaching. MEMBERSHIP: Open to all students interested in teaching. FACULTY ADVISER: Dr. Hjalrner W. Distad OFFICERS: lohn Ensworth, President Margaret Pease, Vice-President T MEMBERS: William Adams Patsy Allamong - Iames Alley lean Aquila Dorothy Ball William Baughin Edith Bausher Harry Bajenski lane Bolin Paul Bolin Francis Browning Marjorie Burkley Ethel Cavileer Mary Chandler Solomon Cohen lean Colerider , Warren Creed Maxine Curtis Father T. F. Corrigan loanne Daniels Albert Darago leanne Denzer Olga Doroslaw Mary Economou lohn Ensworth Helen Faggos Annette Garver Eloise Garver Mary Rose Gauder Ruth Graham Marilyn Groetz Carl Griggy Stan Gustely Frank Hanson b Charlene Herman lane Heskett Helen Hiebel Barbara Hodges Mary Ann Howes Iohn R. Hunter Marvel lacobson Barbara Iones Thomas Iones Richard Keel Berdelle Keller Ruth Kelsey' Ralph Kershner Rosemary Klein ll llltl Teacher oi America Barbara Hodges, Secretary Phyllis Opp, Treasurer William Kleiver Barbara Kurz Iackie Langguth Iune Livingston Donald Lundy Raymond Luyster Albert Maligie Catherine Mares Ralph Marshall Norma Means Ramon Messner Barbara Meyers William Mooney Robert Murray Ned Novakovich lohn O'Brien Phyllis Opp Mary Oran Andy Oravecz Father Osborne Miriam Partsch Garnet Patterson Irene Pavlich Margaret Pease Edward Zepor - ' Guy Phillips Ernest Poor ' Margaret Poroskly Homer Pyle Dee Hardin Kenneth Reed lean Repp Louella Risch ' Ieanne Rogers Iectnnette Rosenbloom Sam Salem Helen Sciezkowski Vern Smith -Iohn Snyder l , Ioseph Stanford Ernest Stein Agnes Thorn ' Ruth Travis Richard Velletay Anne Wasylko Bob Weaver Adeline Weil N William Williams A Lois Zarick' ' 1 L. .E vt, U3 if E. l , QL l ', ll E -A-V-c K. t t tl 4. Secretarial uienoe lllnh OFFICERS: loe Herdina, President Lois Murphy, Treasurer lean Hoffman, Vice-President Irene Radabauqh, Social Chairman Dorothy Sowers, Secretary FACULTY ADVISER: Mrs. Audra Tucker MEMBERS: Iune Williams Lois Murphy ' lean Hoffman Viva Eldridge Carolyn Cappabianco loan lones Lois Gill lane Shaw Mary Hollingsworth ' Ellen Kester Ioe Herdina ' lane Shaw, Membership Chairman Vic .Zepp luanita O'Brien Clarence Carlson Dorothy Reasor Irene Radabaugh loan Dettling Marion Mason Nada Topalu Evelyn Nucl-zols Dorothy Keirn Ray Yelverton Margaret Schnort Betty Moore Pegqy McCarty Ruth Ann Cody Mary Oran Ioan lones Dorothy Iarvis Dorothy Sowers Howard Basse Gertrude Colopy Ruth Rauch Frances Wohnhas Y.W. C. ll. PURPGSE: es The purpose of the student Young Womens Christian Association is to aid campus Women to develop physically,4socially, culturally, and spiritually. ' R MEMBERSHIP: A Membership in the student Y. W. C. A. 'is open to any campus Woman interested in I its ideals and program. A s i P FACULTY ADVISER: . , Miss Mary Welch OFFICERS: . I , , Sally Farver, President Iean Swift, Vice-President Mary Hollingsworth, MEMBERS: Baker, Iackie Ball, Dorothy Barnes, Barbara Bates, Marjory Bates, Margaret Bene, Irene Bliss, Normal Brown, Pat Burkley, Rosalind Cemarik, Harriet Clark, Ianette Colerider, lean C. Cox, Florence' Creed, Mary Alice Dodge, Molly Fagin, lean Fantin, Louise Farver, Sally Fowler, Ruth Graham Germann, Marilouise Gresham, Barbara Treasurer Grant, Davinci Gill, Lois Hale, Eleanor Hanner, Donna Hays, Patricia Haramis, Fran V Heskett, lane Highfield, Mary Hyde, Helyn Hyde, lean Y Handley, Patricia Ireland, lane Iohns, Laurene Jones, Barbara B. Iones, Barbara Kast, Hanna Kastner, Ellen Kesselring, Norma Kline, Rosemary Kohsiek, Dolly King, Marilyn I Marjorie Fouts, Sec. Cfirst semesterl Peggy McCarty, Sec. Csecond semesterl Kiefer, Joanne Krupp, Kitty Lain, Iune Leyden, Mary Mathias, Doris McCarthy. Rosemary McCarty, Peggy McGill, Natalie McKeown, lean McTaggert, Ioanne Minck, Virginia . Moore, Betty Neiss, Pearl O'Brien, Iuanita Onnes, Dorothy Oran, Mary Pease, Peggy Pedigo, Ellen Pool, Flora Rackstetter, Betty - Rennick, Esther Repp, Iean Rose, Patricia Evans, Margaret Tichenour, Barbara Groetz, Marilyn , Thompson, Lois Rosenbloom, Ieanette Spallino, Ieanne Thomas! Iolene Thompson, Pat Weaver, Ioanne Weibel, Mary li '- Weis, Leah White. Mary Io Wiley, Martha Wilson, Marilyn Wyant. Gerry Young, Iody Gillette, Rita Y I Materna. Carol P Radabaugh. Irene -French Club Le Uerchs Fran ai PURPOSE: To stimulate interest in France and the French: and to speak their language and sing their songs. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Open to all students who have had one or more years of French. FACULTY ADVISER: . Dr. Iames Glennen OFFICERS: William Filey, President MEMBERS: Anne Acquarone Eugene Arnburguey Iackie Augier Norma Bagwell Dorothy Ball William Baughin Paul Blake Iohn Botzurn Ioe Cardina Margaret Chimera Anne Connolly V Mary Alyce Creed Anne Dante ' Ruby Echard lean Fagin Irma Rauch, Secretary William Filey Sid Garrett Iames Gott George Hayes Richard Henterly lean Hyde lane Ireland Kenneth Keene Rosemary Klein lim Kleintelder George Krneta Donald Leftler Gene Lowe Robert McCort lane Masterman Betty Masters Lucille Neiswander Theodora Pitts Irma Rauch Barbara Rausch Mary Louise Reel lohn Schmuck lean Sonnhalter Lois Thompson Pat Thompson Lucy Vielhaber Edna Wetlon Robert Wise Carol Yost Charles Zeiter Pty in Education llluli FACULTY ADVISER: Miss Lucille Lamkin OFFICERS: ' Alice Van Houton, President Betty Purse, Vice-President Iackie Graham, Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERSHIP: All physical education majors' and minors are members of the organization. Wlllllll ' ll'l'llL 'lllll llSSOClll'l'lll PURPOSE: I o The purpose is to cooperate with the department of physical education in providing I good sportsmanship and Women's athletic activities. . o MEMBERSHIP: Any person who has participated in any sport automatically becomes a member and retains active membership so long as she participates in one activity each semester. 4 FACULTY ADVISER: I ' Miss Ellen Millisor OFF ICERS: Ianette Clark, President Hope Monahan, Vice-President MEMBERS: Pauline Slee, Corres. Sec'y-Treas. V Adele Keller, Recbrding Secretary Yvonne Abraham Ianette Clark Pat Gill Norma Kesselring Evelyn Nuckols Dorothy SOWSIS Mary Ann Adams Ann Connelly Frances Glasner Ioanne Kiefer Iuanita O'Brien Norma Stump , Rosemary Aikey Florence Cox Martha Gordon Olma King Dorothy Onnes lt-U16 Swing Ioy Aikey Donna Crum Iackie Graham Pat Kipple Mary Oran M Th mas - Delores Alkire Patsy Allamong Florence Andrewjeski Iacquelaine Augier Mildred Avramovich Dorothy Ball M. Bangart Barbara Barnes 'Margaret Bates Norma Bliss 'Carol Boediclcer Alice Bowman Imogene Brewer Betty Brown Patricia Brown Rosalind Barkley Suzanne Carpenter Harriette Cimarik Betty Clark Mama Darst Francis Dawson Iean Denzer Ioan Dettling Helen Dorset Akelia Dernak Betty Lou Evans Helen Evans Mary Ann Feeney Teresa Feister Iackie Ferrell Delores Frasier Ioanne Galehouse Sarah Gallagher Dorothy Gamble lean Garriqan Annette Garver Lorraine Gates Lois Gill Cornelia Grant Elsie Hamilton Francis Harimis Mary Harrah Pat Hays Gwen Hilbish Barbara Hodges lean Hodgson lean Hoiiman Barbara Hookway Cherry Hoover lane Horn Helen Hyde lane Ireland Ieanne Iahant Barbara E. Iones B. Barbara Iones Ellen Kastner Adele Keller Mary Ann Kline Emma Knippenburg Iune Lain Sue Lehner Coralie Lewis Mary Leyden Shirley Mahoney M. Iean Maloney Doris Mathias Mary Maurer - Rosemary McAlonan Natalie McGill Ioanne McTaggart Dorothy Miller Virginia Minck Hope Monahan Betty Moore Pearl Neiss Anna Nelson , Carol Yost - Ida Ostrander Norma Paterline B. Petreli Elaine Powell Nora-Adell Purkey Betty Purse Dorothy Reasor Allene Robinson Mary Roderick Marjory Roller Alice Rooney Barbara Rubins Wilma Human Lillian Sass Viola Schall Mary Shatter I Pauline Slee Kathryn Smith Eleanor Somody ary o Barbara Tichenor Mary Topalu Alice Van Houten Mary Vasil Arleeri Vereshak Ioan Wallace Betty Rae Waltz Pat Wamer 0 Phyllis Watkins Eva Watson Ioan Weaver Mary Weible Leah Weis Mary White Dorothy Wiley I Iune Williams Nancy Williams' Marilyn Wilson Betty Winters " La 'lerlulia E panuola PURPOSE: To offer an opportunity to practice speaking the language, to learn about people who use the language as their native tongue, and to afford a social outlet. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: This club is open to all students of Spanish at the University. OFFICERS: William Filey, President Barbara Kurz, Vice-President FACULTY ADVISER: Miss Dorothy Marty MEMBERS: Adams, Patricia Ashworth, Doris Atkins, Dallas Bargetz, Eleanor Bates, Peggy Bliss, Norma Bozeman, Owen C. Brehm, Mariann Broggini, Ken Brown, Betty Buttermore, Ray Byers, Charles Cantleberry, Ed. Christiansen, Helen Ciccolini, Eliodoro Conrad, Natalie Crum, Donna .lean Dossett, Helen QDe Santis, Rita :Echardj Ruby . Marie Edwards, Richard Evans, Betty Lou Everhard, Gene Eyie, Alice Fiatal, Ernest Filey, Bill Fox, Ioe Genero, loe Gibson, Ed. Golden, Marjorie Hairston, Mary Ella Hodgson, lean Holmes, R-ichard Hovanic, Magdalen Hudson, Paul Hughes, Paul Internoscia, Virginia 'Iohn's, Laurene Kastner, Ellen Katz.- Edna Lucy Vielhaber, Secretary Shirley Pernettas, Treasurer Konopa, Leonard Kurz, Barbara Lees, Paul R, Maglione, Frank Martin, Pat Michalares, Andrew Morgan, Lyndell Musick, Mickey McAlonan, Rosemary McCue, Kathy McCune, Bill McKitrick, Marion Paul, Sam Perez, Aquilino Perez, Manuel Pernettas, Shirley Petrovics, Carolyn Plunkett, Teresa Ploenes, Bill Powell, Elaine l Powers, Pat Purse, Bill Purkey, Noradelle Quillan, Don Reneau, lean Rios, Edward Rohrer, Grace Spear, larnes Smith, Katherine Smith, Bob Stofer, Ethyl Swing, lune Thomason, Iudy Treasure, George Vielhaber, Lucy Wald, Robert Wellman, George Wiggins, Milton Woodling, Vivian Zimmerman, Bill ,ygwnph Uwf? 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Q5 , ,. .. if -..-s.f.,m,p-it" ,X X X Jtxmx ' I I it , Before the real May Queen, Norma Umansky was crowned, a mock ceremony was held at 10 a. m. on campus. Prof. Lester Weinberg, instructor in in- dustrial management, was crowned May Queen by Prof. Fred S. Griffin, head of the mechanical engi- neering department. I Mr. Maxwell P. Boggs, University treasurer, was crown bearer, and Prof. Sam Selby, head of the mathematics, was flower girl. Six faculty members were in the court. Robert Cross and Richard Hans- ford were court jesters and 8 members of Phi Delta Theta fraternity formed an archway with broom- sticks for the queen. A , Miss Umansky, Delta Pi Iota, the official queen, was crowned imme- diately after the mock ceremony. The crowner was Margaret Engle- hart, Theta Phi Alpha. Michael Schenz, son of foot- ball player Tom Schenz, was crown bearer, and Barbara Ann McClelland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. McClelland, University gradu- ates, was flower girl. The gueen's court included Alloyce Robinson, Barbara Engler, Sally Geisinger, Patti Lou Meyers, Clare Heatherly, Barbara Shaffer, Sarah Brown, Wilma Dossett, Marian Iohns, Betty Woodford, Norma Kesselring, and Olga Vale. Cherie Patin was head of the crowning committee, appointed by Thomas CCaseyl Iones, and Ralph Thomas, co-chairmen of May Day. 5,3 . l 1 N - L ',1. . e. orrow and his orchestra played for the May Day Dance' at Summit Beach ballroom. Miss Umansky was awarded a trophy donated by the Shriber Iewelry Com- pany. The parade began immediately after the crowning, starting at Carroll Field circus ground and continuing through downtown Akron to Summit Beach, led by the University band. Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity won the prize for the best float with their theme of "Akron Girl Makes Good," along with Phi Mu so- rority with "King Nep- tune Honors the Queen." Iudges for the floats were Alan Freed, WAKR radio announ- cer: Kenny Nichols, Bea- con Ioumal columnist: and Bay Robinson, Akron weatherman. . Other floats and their themes were Zeta Tau Alpha, pipe dreams: Phi Delta Theta, May Day at the University of Akron: Theta Phi Alpha, Coney Island scene: Phi Sigma Kappa, our Greek heritage: Kap- pa Kappa Gamma, a crown for the queen: I Phi Kappa Tau, eye E I bank: Delta Gamma, gift for the queen: Alpha Gamma Delta, perfume for the queen: Independents, satire on radio: Theta Upsilon, Dutch scene: Alpha Epsilon Pi, satire on the crowning of the queen. More were Alpha Delta Pi, a harem: ThetaChi, petty calendar: Delta Pi Iota, ,,,,,,.f-"""" personification of drinks: Lone Star, "It's a boy--it's a girl": and the Newman Club, religious theme. 1-rl Q. TQ Ovw X ig- IXJIJJMIJIIM w, Q I MMV M, Q 41 XX Sf Q " 3" 9'-ao. v. i 4 E We .Lf i , mwmwm.b ,,, i, m, , jr L . xx , 1 WTC X ...WMA -- ...,-gf - J, V45 ,. ,r If J A f A 'J Theres nothing else hke it held anyplace in the world' The annual Engineers' Day Highlight of the day 1S the resurrection of Saint Pat the patron saint of the engineers. He was chosen because he was the first to start the worm drive he drove the snakes from Ireland. While Saint Pat is being resurrected by the flagpole the Big Brass Band from Bazoo is on hand to provide appropriate funeral dirges. Excitement marks the day from then on. Saint Pat and his merry makers march through the Student Building and all over the campus. A special table 1S reserved for them in the cafeteria Skrts are put on in the afternoon Even an engineering paper is put out called he Engin Ear It 1S mimeographed and Written and published solely by engineers. I " Nxk Climax of the day is the Engineers' Brawl in the evening, held this year at Pardee Park. Marguerite Cuper was 'chosen this year as the "perfect coed" and was crowned Queen of the Brawl. ' Other special features for the day included 'a tobacco chew-and-spit contest, a beard grow- ing contest, cigar-smoking contest, and a basket- ball game between the frosh and upper college engineers. ' Art Hansen won the chew-and-spit contesg by scoring a bull's-eye at 15 feet. Iohn Cerutti and Bernard Lowry tied for first place in the beard growing contest. Ed Bomito proved to be the fastest cigar smoker. , . In the basketball ga WMM yvly M frosh begat the upper college engine K sn " ,Eg f H1 ' A 'V Ik-.w,.' . '-tt 1, -' I ""-had gg. .f...,.4x, -xii Sm 5: . pw- X ' ' r. ?k'?wi1L ' - :..,g:1g . .xx mix -X-N - - , . 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GREGORIE, Professor of 1VIi1itary Science and Tactics I 4. W MAJ. EDWARD L. NICELY, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. was-:ws V I A ' K , sy sq.: . . '-fsrsms: sssss -'-W' A-H CAPT. WILFRED C. FORD, Assistant Professor . ,, ,. ,,,. jf ' s.,s ' V we . ,jf l , , . f mu It '31 1355351 I- ,L 4- . 1 ig, of Military Science and Tactics .. 1 f ,Tss J . ' AQ esi' . 2 "7 . 1 515. f""?1 . f .3 -.5 X f L I I fx xl, , 1 ' ', 2 r ' ig... 4 , ' 361, I ,' 1, ,V 9 'f A - Q7-,544,.gi+ 42,255 75229 ' . ' I J ff ' "TFL C, .. f Q, . , I J , .'s,,.,M' J' 'e ', ,'.sM., . -"N " ,' -fx .1-f-g,y,p. g' . w , , .. - 'K . se- ' , -f f A 3 Left to Right: T13 WILLIAM F. HARDY, , MASTER SGT. RAYMOND W. HUGHES ' MASTER SGT. LYLE S. FISHER Instruc- W A tors in Military Science and Tactics. , ' '- D" "W"'r"'-"""' 04ri'FN4, I I I z N- 3 . H 1 W ZW -, U I- ,YQ ' 1 If A i ' Q if it ,Z 1 -s 2 ks we A f , .NM , ,, .,,, .b mm K gs 1: W 2 Q 2 H vi 5, Y f W f S s I' fiivrf 3 mm ff ,sf , ,. 'V 1 5 + ' - --W'-' -h Company II I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I . I I q Capt. G. M. Andrews, Commanding officer lst Lt. C. R. St. Iohn, Executive officer lst Lt. R. I. Taylor, First Platoon leader lst Lt. P. W. Stanford, Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SECOND PLATOON: Varqa-Squad leader Bair Eliopoulos Hoover Clark--Ass't Squad leader Vermillion-leader Flower Distcrd Beck Stern Spaethe-leader Eiler Chapman Haddad-Ass't Squad leader Hoffman-Squad leader Baughman Hagerman Buckrnaster Richards-Squad leader Lyda lacobs I Douglas-Ass't Squad leader Herro-Squad leader . Holliday Ballaway Ludwick-Ass't Squad leader .w-Q41-11--....r... .2..,....,.,,.....f.Qvk,.f....-...-.-,.,. F.. h A Compan C Capt. I. E. Ward, Commanding officer lst Lt. C. W. Bonnell, Executive officer lst Lt. P. B. McGraw, First Platoon leader lst Lt. H. Neiman, Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SE Adams-Squad leader Guterrnuth Dennison Coulter Capes Stankard-Ass't Squad leader Cully-Squad leader Clapsaddle Harisis Baker Griffin Mitseff-As Vielhaber s't Squad leader Estes-Squad leader Chervenic Brandt Hayes Bolesf Carpenter Bella COND PLATOON: Mazak-Squad leader Baughman Bryan Cook Baker I Richards-Ass't Squad leader Ahern-Squad leader Cole Alessio Feathers Engle Busson-Squad leader Dennis - Barker Glick Bozzelli Econornou-Ass't Squad leader Company E Capt. Iohn I. Fox, Ir., Commanding officer lst Lt. George P. Cooper, First Platoon leader N lst Lt. Arnold A. Brown, Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SECOND PLATOON: Allen-Squad leader Hughes Herman Parker Lore Van Sise K Spangler--Ass't Squad leader ' Chrisman-Squad leader Taylor Watts Mallo Quatraro Stein-Ass't Squad leader Bodine-Squad leader Fargo I Morganstern lsorn Shreve Nlallow Rogers-Ass't Squad leader Scatterday-Squad leader McCoy Tyson Mackey Wenum Walker-Ass't Squad leader Miller-Squad leader McCormick Lucas Kramer Pawelek E Richmond - Merzweiler-Squad leader Palms ' Sisson C Schwilk Walker Resnick-Ass't Squad leader ll l l lf' , if 115,51 Compan Capt. Rudolf Torbico, Commanding officer lst Lt. Richard C. Schnort, First Platoon leader lst Lt. Francis Browning, Ir., Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SE Benfield-Squad leader Gravesmill Graves McAu1ey Barno-Squad leader Hookway Leatherman laber Orihel Bauch-Squad leader Keller Haas McCann Reymann- ' - .. -- x . f .- n- ,1-1 .-H I A V' y'l,J,' '.-... 4.1 , 1 Q 1 ' V. I vfl Y P7 3'v ,pil '7' '-l Q ' T" J: L. V' ' - A' W: . '- z',f,,,- - ,.,, r f.L":faf-f:'5:izfdfyg- . Ass't Squad leader COND PLATOON: Smith-Squad leader Green Haberman Krannich Bridqeland Fulmer-Ass't Squad leader Cook-Squad leader Durbin Maloyan Meadows Gazella Holzer-Squad leader Hilbish Beer Fundoukos Lahr Galehouse Gertz A Compan l Capt. C. H. Clapsaddle, Commanding officer lst Lt. H. I. Hart, Executive officer lst Lt. B. Iames, Ir., First Platoon leader lst Lt. F. A. Page, Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SE Mamay--Squad leader Thomasson Sues Murphy Woodall Schafer-Squad leader Stohlquist Towne Nassos Jones Sohn-Squad leader Medley Schetter Rockefeller COND PLATOON: Tamasovich-Squad leader Simonson Workman Neiman Pfahl Stan-Squad leader Waltz Soltis Loftus . White-Squad leader Plcztis Smith Marquardt Sebring i I ' 2?V,,.9g4?"7 Compan K Capt. C. M. Tenpenny, Commanding officer lst Lt. H. H. Pence, Executive officer 2nd Lt. I. G. Bricker, First Platoon leader 2nd Lt. D. M. Ienkins, Second Platoon leader FIRST PLATOON: SECOND PLATOON: Cober-Squad leader Blankenship-Squad leader Slezak Zinsrneister Norval Will Quillin Tall Roth .Swank Seal Medvedeff-Squad leader Watson-Squad leader Noonan Simpson Theurkaui Weaver Williams Petrie Roland Rosenthal Grieves-Squad leader Bauqhin-Squad leader Oldfield Moore Swarts Yehnert - Rukoci Shcflfich Raffath-Ass't Squad leader Sweitzer-Ass't Squad leader Sauter P X Compan L Capt. W. R. Graham, Commanding officer . 2nd Lt. P. A. Lavo, Executive officer lst Lt.,T. R. Lewis, First Platoon leader lst Lt. R. W. 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Rules governing the awarding of keys specify a point system, with points being - awarded tor campus offices activities and high scholastic standin I 1 K 1 V I , . ,,, .1.-- j 4 I: t B 5: , t TA' X x i vi-111 X I i l 1 5 Who' Who Howard Allgood Neal Burke Ward Chorpenning Eleanor Christoff Mama Darst Sally Farver Richard Hansford Thomas lones Adelle Keller Evelyn Nuckols Homer Pyle Dorothy Reasor Tom Schenz Richard Staiger lean Swift Barbara Thomas Patricia Thompson Frank Wahl Listing in "Who's Who Among Students in American C0115qeS and UH1VGIS1l1GS is awarded to outstanding University leaders each year. Chosen by Student Council and approved by a national together with their activities, are listed in a book With outstanding students from ot C Q-American colleges and universities. f.,.a,c-, V,,i.ta sc... ,sii . board these students 1 I3 E- N ,f Tll -ee' BUCHTELITE STAFF Harry Hollingsworth, Editor Barbara Thomas and Betty Brown, Associ- ate Editors A Iohn Kelly, Art Editor -Y Mary Ella Hairston. 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