University of Delaware - Blue Hen Yearbook (Newark, DE)

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'wi ' 'QL VSA 'nk M-, ml Foreword It is with regret that we notice that a year is not so long a span ot time as we used to think it was. Though the observa- tion may be trite, it is universally accepted by students who have undertaken the responsibilities that membership in a university community imposes. These very years which seem to pass so quickly While We are here, may seem in retrospect longer and more filled with pleasant experience. Your book can be the instrument ot recol- lection. Impressions which went too hastily by have been captured, and though many events were exag- ---K gerated in importance during exe- cution, each reminiscence will later attain its relative place in the mem- ory, and will help to complete the 1-MW ."- 1 I. , 55-bvxhaxni. It Q' Q tiiiif- ,milw- pattern of a tull and important year. 25" ff i 1-4-' 1 DEDICATICDN DR. 101-lN A. PERKINS was graduated from the Uni- versity of Michigan, where he also received the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. Prom 1939 to 1943, he was a member of the political science de- partment at the University of Michigan. 1-le left there for the position of assistant professor of political science at the University of Rochester in 1943. 1-le was assistant director of training for the International City Managers' Association in 1945 and late in that year returned to the University of Michigan as assistant professor of political science and as secretary of the lnstitute of Public Ad- ministration. ln 1946 he was called upon to administrate the Michigan state budget and for the next two years supervised many aspects of the state government. 1-le returned to the University of Michigan in 1949. From there he came to the University of Delaware, where he assumed the position of president on November l, 1950. We dedicate the 1952 Blue I-len to our president, Dr. Perkins, in recognition of his interest and whole- hearted participation in university life. 1-lis conscientious spirit has been felt throughout the campus giving us a new awareness of our responsibilities and ambitions for the University of Delaware. 5, W' A ff E Hi wwf.-,.fWm:.: V15 A0 W ,W W M ,, M1 QQQQM W, ,MQXY 'Sv yew' ww ,- . A.. 1 ,,,.,, . ew, , S rw m- , s.f'A.Tr5b3W 1- vw M 4 ,fwf- l 5- Vd .--1, "--..., Xx .. A Message from the President There are two aspects of your university life that l ask you to think about as you look through this yearbook from time to time. First, what op- portunities did Delaware offer you while you were here, and second, what continuing con- tributions can you make to Delaware from here forward. Unless your experience is different from that of most of us, many of your richest undergrad- uate opportunities were not realized completely while you were still in school. Retrospect en- hances our understanding and appreciation. This is not unusual. It is rather an evidence of our growth and development as we draw upon the treasure of a good education. lt is to be expected that a real appreciation of the rich experience of leading a full university life can only be savored over the years after graduation. Your time at Delaware was planned as a preparation for living the rest of your life. That is why l en- courage you to look back upon it and evaluate its offering so that they may continue to serve you always. Then, l would remind you of your privilege and responsibility of retaining an actively con- structive interest in the welfare of your Univer- sity and future generations of her students. A university is, above all else, a group of people, those who teach and those who are taught. The affection and loyal support of proud and grate- ful alumni and alumnae are the rewards of those who teach. The presence of these other virtues of educated men and women within you will insure the future greatness of this University. Come back and visit on your campus as often as you can. Take an active part in your favorite campus activities. Speak a word of greeting to those of us-faculty and students-who are working here. You are always welcome at Alma Mater. Q14-461,14 From the Dean Those oi us who have been privileged to teach you and advise you, the members of the class of 1952, welcome you as you join with us in accepting the larger responsibilities of citizen- ship. As university educated men and women, you have received an opportunity which carries with it a particular responsibility of leadership and service. I am thinking, as I write these Words of greet- ing, of the long and distinguished history of the university which you will call your alma mater. The Reverend Francis Alison, founder of the academy from which a great University has grown, wrote of the early years of his school, "lt has answered our most sariguine expecta- tions, and produced a number of learned and able men, that make a good figure in their dif- ferent stations in life". Now, as then, the Worth of an institution of learning is measured by the contributions of her alumni and alumnae to the welfare of the com- munity. We hope that you will make such con- tributions in the day-to-day activities of the careers which you have chosen. But this is not enough. You have as university graduates a responsibility transcending your duty to serve well in an occupation or profession. You must also be ready to look beyond your immediate concerns to the larger interests of the community and the nation. To you is given the opportunity of far-reaching public influence through the examples which you set and the ideals which you express. Whether you are trained as econo- mists, engineers, agronomists, teachers, or artists, your goal from here forward is the service of your fellow-man. This is what is meant by the words on your diploma which say that you are "admitted to all the rights, honors, and privileges to that de- gree appertainingu. QM-S ' Allan P. Colbum Provost 1 4 'l ! ,mf . k. ff? T12 I , il 15.27 Charles E. Grubb Business Administrator I. Fenton Daugheriy Dean of Men Amy Rextrew Dean of Women mit ' l TRUSTEES EX OFFICIO The Governor, Elbert N. Carvel, Dover The President ol the State Board ol Education, N. Maxson Terry, Dover The Master ol the State Grange, Harry C. The President oi the University, loh lohnson, Smyrna n A. Perkins NEW CASTLE Walter I. Beadle, Wilmington tFirst terml ...,. 1951 C. Douglass Buck, Wilmington tSecond terrnl ...,. 1947 lohn P, Cann, Newark, IFourth terml. , ......... .. 1951 Harland A, Carpenter, Wilmington iSecond terml , .. . ,. . 1950 R. R. M. Carrpenter, lr., Wilmington CSecond terml ...., 1951 Henry B. clu ont, Wilmington tSecond terml. ....... .. 1950 H. F. duPont, Winterthur tLi1e terml' ..,...., 1918 H. P. George, Wilmington tSecond termJ', .. ..., . 1950 Mrs. Albert W. Iames, Wilmington tThird terml .... 1951 lohn G. Leach, Wilmington tFirst terml' ..,. .,.. . . 1948 Hugh M. Morris, Wilmington tFourth terrnl ..,,. 1549 G. Burton Pearson, Wilmington tFirst terml . . 1951 Richard S. Rodney, New Castle IFourth terml , ,. . .. 1950 H. Rodney SharpNWilmington KLi1e terml' ...... 1915 C. M. A. Stine, ilmington tThird terrnl ..,.., 1949 KENT George M. Fisher, Dover t'1'hird terml ..... . .... .. . . .. .. 1951 I. Allen Frear, lr., Dover Kcompleting term ol Earle D. Wi11eyl'. . . 1948 W. VV. Harrington, Dover tLi1e terml. .. ........,.,... . .. . . 1900 Harold W, Horsey, Dover tFiith terml . .. .. . ..,.,. .. ,..., .. 1950 Mrs. Henrwvlftidgelny Dover tSecond terml , . . . . . . . . 1947 Arthur F. alker, oodside tFourth terml .... 1951 SUSSEX Elbert N. Carvel, Laurel tSecond terml. ..... 1951 Frank N. Iones, Georgetown tFi1th terrril. .. 1951 loseph L. Marshall, Lewes tSecond terml. . .. 1951 Warren C. Newton, Bridgeville tSixtl'i terml ,,., .. 1952 Preston C. Townsend, Se byville tSecond terml' ....... 1947 Mrs. Charles P. Townsend, Dagsboro tSecond terml' .... , . 1948 G. Franklin Waples, Miliord tFirst terml .........,..,.. . 1948 'Appointed by the Governor Y 'if Q , 4? 1 1 ""' UNIVERSITY STAFF 1951-1952 Oiiicers oi Administration Iohn Alanson Perkins, Ph.D, ...........,... President Allan Philip Colburn, Ph.D. ................ .,...... P rovost J Francis Hagar Squire, Ph.D. ...,.,.............,........... Dean of the University David Lehr Arm, M.S,, Donald M. Ashbridge, M.E. 1 Dean oi School ot Engineering Colonel C,A.C., U.S.A,, Retired Director ot Business Guidance Bureau Irma Ayers, M,S. .,.....,..................,... Dean oi School of Home Economics William Harvey Bohning, M.A. .. ............................ Registrar Charles W. Bush, B.A. .......,.................... .,... D irector oi Admissions Iohn Fenton Daugherty, Ph.D. ..,...........,....,......,.,......... Dean oi Men Robert H. Duenner, M.D., Colonel, U.S.A., Retired Director of Student Health and University Physician Francis X. Gallagher, M,A. ...............,., Director oi Oiiice of Public Relations Richard D. Groo, B.S. ....... .,..,...................,. D irector oi Alumni Office Gordon Clay Godbey, MHA, ..... ..,,. A ssociate Director oi Academic Extension Charles Edmund Grubb, C.E. .. ....,................ Business Administrator William Ditto Lewis, 13.A. ....... ,... . ,..... ........ ,......... ...... L i b r arian Henriette Esther Miller, B.S. .........,.,.................,.... Alumnae Secretary David M. Nelson, M.S. .,..... Director oi Health, Physical Education and Athletics William O. Penrose, Ed.D. ..............,............. Dean oi School oi Education Carl Iohn Rees, Ph.D. Dean oi School oi Graduate Studies and Director of Academic Extension Amy Rextrew, M.A. ......................,...,....,,........,..,. Dean of Women Milton Rinehart Roberts, B.A. ....,.......,...... Coordinator of Student Activities Winiired Iosephine Robinson, Ph.D. ....., Dean oi the Women's College, Emeritus George Lee Schuster, M.S. ....,.... ............ D ean of School ot Agriculture Francis Hagar Squire, Ph.D. ..,..,..,......,.. Dean oi School oi Arts and Science George M. Worrilow, B.S, Director oi Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension Milton Gabriel Young, M.S. .. .V .......,...... Acting Dean oi School of Engineering Honorary Members of Faculty Daniel Moore Bates, B.S. Ellice McDonald, M.D, 'On leave of absence to March 31, 1952 11 ? uw -1 A, 649,41 Sr 1, 'fn I3 1. . 'Z -. L,-, 4 I r 27 W . " 1971- f 1 :av'. ' 3352: YABGDQQ ' E!'b'?h f L. XQWQUA I 7 'Lx ll , xx Sk f fy lx f 2 'i lgfy f 4 Af Yo 1 - J49 f ,O f cm o XYH09- , . . Qx W0 i 1 X A 5 ' 2 xN! X X A gave NQ X N X I f X WW W f w X W f Z ! wil K W 5 W w 11 5 X Q QQ AX wgjff We met new friends . . . . and saw new things The Presidenfs Reception gave us a chance not only to get to know Dr. and Mrs. Perkins but also to become better acquainted Wiih each other. We met in the Student Union 16 'n I 1 'LX Sf, W ate in the dining halls VISITED THE INFIRMARY FOR MEDICINE OR EXCUSES ,.1Qn W l N055 Nu nm ll ,.f lf studied in the library. . .fit-il THE I-IUltDl-I :OUR l."l.":DlU5I-IOO"'1 U A D First Row-Al MacWright, Mgr.p Gus Seaburg, Trainer, lim Bueche, Gary Buckwalter, lim Eberle, Frank Stevens, B01 Stevens, Rocco Carzo, Tom Fannon, Al Faraci, Ioe Scarcia, loe Perna, Frank Gyetvan, Don Miller, Bob Hagerty. Sec ond Row-Coach Shack Martin, Coach Milo Lude, loe Lank, Punchy Craver, Cy Kaplowitz, Marvel McWilliams, Bucky Walter, Milt Keene, Ray Wright, lohn DeGasperis, Bill Butler, Ducky Carmichael, Al Brodhag, loe Lukens, Moose Adams Tom Coultas, Marty Apostolico, Head Coach Dave Nelson. Third Row-Steve Butcher, lohn Allen, Paul Mueller WEEKENDS ME!-INT The 1951 football season showed a combination .,.,,y, of something old, something new on the Delaware ,E Igf, , wnif, football scene, as the Blue Hens compiled a grati- fying 5 - 3 record. The something old was provided ,V,-,o yltunz, lo y the twelve senior lettermen who were the back- ntil, bone and the morale builders of the team through- 'ltr' t -r-rl,o- 5 . out the SSGSOH- Member Of the .Crass Of '52 MY .f ,' , nynig bllr' j jj A.A', ',A.l 1-'igfggg well be proud of their representatives on the team, ,f l',. 11:55 -f'-tlti,tf-, Csee page 231 all of whom were instrumental in f" -"-'- - f' "':.f" ., -5'7" -"' , ,,,.t - .21 X,:",f 7 p5,"i -' - - 1 t'rr f"lrl- e'tl'l' Q f- 1i,'i'r Gchlevmg the Hens Success' , 'l" ,..ll j "V,A, VVt'.'y1--' j The ingredient of something new came in two ,.,' 'bnll i V. forms. First there was the arrival in the spring of ri .,.,ri Dave Nelson fo fake Over 95 head Coach and D1- '.,,v 5 fti3 3 fecfof of Athletics- I-Gfef Iohn Cuddebrrck' end in ,.lT coach, and Milo tM1keD Lude, line coach, were '-11 f r ' , added. Delaware's new coaches have reason to smile atter the highly successful season of '51, Pictured are Head Football Coach and Director of Ath- letics, David Nelson Kcenterlg his assistants, End Coach Iohn F. Cuddeback tleftl, and Line Coach Milo Lude. Coach Nelson was graduated from Michigan in 1942. 1-le had played halfback in the years domin- ated by Tommy Harmon. After a hitch in the Navy and a term as freshman baseball coach at his alma mater, he was named head football coach at Hills- dale College in Michigan. In 1949 Nelson was ap- pointed to the position of Director ot Athletics at the University of Maine and in two years compiled a record of seven wins, five losses, and two ties. lack 20 , U . , ,fl .- B an pg H gn L 517:57 in LET All l .. .M h Q, , ugi s'74f'f M -.., T :sg 'txt l J'rz,,tgfN T .,,, , 4- .Qs 'd Lp fl -' 1' W vt ' - f- - AXNZBK'-.t-1QET1 'X rf wr! l A. 4,42 sw fm ffxi f. ...Ye , ' 1 I , L 5535? M i . Q -'fr-r.'r if' 'Y' 2-. ---'QQ 552- ' , L fr' wrt, ---T 1 g,..,.v, ,if 'wg-r lim Ford, Larry Dalton, Iohn Meccariello, lim Nichols, lim Carbonetti, Tom Daley, Frank Heilig, Frank Serpico, Bill Doppstadt, Ioe Palomba, lim lohnson, Iohn Micich, Clark MacWright, Mgr., Iames Sullivan, Equipment Mgr., Coach lohn Cuddeback. Fourth Row-Sal Gambone, Ioe Cregg, Iohn Borrenson, Charles Sullivan, lerry Kehoe, Bert Nunn, Tom Oves, lack Miller, Bernie Larsen, Tom Fizzano, lohn Bodine, B. Smith, lim O'Marr, Ben Mountain, Howard Graham, Gordon Murray, lim Flynn. FOOTBALL GAMES Cuddeback and Mike Lude, the other newcomers on the Hen coaching staff, were quite familiar with Nel- son's coaching techniques, since both were with him at Maine. The backtield coaching job was in the hands ot old-timer Shack Martin, whose great job was reflected in the smoothness ot DelaWare's offense. Taking over a team which had been blanked five times the previous year, Nelson and his cohorts were hoping to be able to break even in their ini- tial year. But they surprised everyone with a highly respectable 5 - 3 record. The other addition in the something new depart- ment which contributed imrneasurably to the team's success was the fine crop of freshman and sopho- more players Who gave such stellar performances. Two freshmen arid a sophomore were in the opening line-up of the l-lens' backtield. -Quarterback Don Miller promised to be one of the finest T-men around, and the play of the cool trosh was out- standing. Bob Hagerty and Ioe Scarcia provided real breakaway power in the backtield, while Ben Mountain, Iohn Borrenson, lim Eberle, Steve Butcher, and Frank Serpico provided much needed help in the line. 21 Bob Hagerty plows through a frustrated Lehigh defender as the freshman flash goes around end in his initial college game. e. QW ' Lax 6136.6 N0 ln '5 do Hoqervi gee Delaware compiled a rushing total of 2,579 yards, one of the highest in the school's record books. Bob Hagerty was the leading ground gainer with 425 yards, followed by Bucky Walter and Ioe Scarcia with 304 yards and 258 yards, respectively. ln scoring, Ducky Carmichael led with 30 points, followed by loe Lank and Hagerty with 24 each. Quarterback Don Miller gained 724 yards through the air lanes, good for twelve TD's. His tavorite target was Frank Serpico, who snagged 20 aerials. Statistics won't tell the story ot the fine season ot '51 on the Blue Hen gridiron. There was the fine coaching of Dave Nelson and his able assist- ants, the spirited play ot the team's vets, and the better school spirit shown ln the stands in Wilm- 115 H QQSFZY Slncr k c ed Qgq in. ington Park during the past season. Delaware has a right to be proud of her '51 gridders and should expect big things in the future. SEASON'S RECORD Delaware Opponent 7 ,....... . . . Lehigh . ............ . . 0 14 ..... . . . Connecticut .... . . . .27 47 ..... . . . West Chester .... . . . .20 46 ..... ...P.M.C. ......... ....2 0 ..... ...Temple ...... ....l3 21 ..... ... Muhlenberg ... .... 7 25 ..... . . . Lafayette .... . . . . 7 6 .... Bucknell ....33 ' P.M.C.'s line stops one of Delaware's line plunges rn:rJO'-'Zmm JJ, at b ff ' ma-4,.,3m' xi ,x 1 I uh 7 a l , 0 if JW - ji 5? 1' f A f f' , Ns. X E - eC1Y' ' -N K 7 - X me Hemi 'gljgclln lil- Iefgielznk, an O -- I, r win 0 WYQC his V5 d Qi fh alfbq k Ufstqnd. ' y ' DegQsQ9Y:'GgSgxicX3xfri1?clmO?nO:LOY:1eGYEeixG5 T230 ceoffgglljqlcfiqbvqg mliidggensive end r logildmg GXQEI Thetllischxs 555306915 'galghe team seasonul ted most -Zgffi Bfrnqglei Taylor Grad de- s , .' ' e .. xseptegzgifet-O52 xii, ents? bux mspmr e tec1m,S majm1The 25:5 Saw - A me by mu ' S duff 5 lhu fed ' . ng WO. mpe d rshlp bail? me ted 9 wx These eleven seniors are the veterans of the team to whom Coach Nelson attributes much of the season's success. Kneeling-Punchy Craver, Ducky Carmichael, Ray Wright, Ioe Lcmk. Standing-Bucky Walter, Milt Keene, Cy Kaplowitz, Coach Nelson, Al Brodhag, Capt. Iohn DeGcrsperis, Bill Butler, Moose Adams. :+R .xv iii r f 1 4 H '45 4 s 1 75 x e Q 1- K 1 ,gg 1 .. c 4 1 5 ji' 8 'W Pia C ., y 1 . al , H .fe 1 ,K gf. ,W .X- b E The hard working CHEERLEADERS were always on hand to keep us cheering the team on. ff, First Row-Mary Iane Guenveur, corres, sec.g Barbara Martin, publicity chair- mang Polly Geller. Second Row-Bob Ruclrow, manager: Nancy Diehl, co-captp G11 McCurdy, co-capt.g Marianne Reinke, rec, sec.: Ernest Boseiti. Z4 Bob Maull, Nancy Brooks, and Mr. I. wee-k's" routines. BETWEEN HALVES, THE BAND ENTERTAINED BRN D -PERSONNEL Piccolo Robert Wynn Flute Robert Wynn Ianet Porter Lois, Alderman Oboe N Dorothy Warren Bassoon Herbert Keene E-Flat Clarinet Iane Buck B-Flat Clarinet Ioseph Brown lames Baker Robert Maull Iules Schwartz Daisy Coffin lames Short Ioseph Harris Margaret Paff Norma Hamstead Mary Ann Simpson Randall Nichols Thomas Robinson 1 E-Flat Alto Clarinet Alex LePera Bass Clarinet Mary Emily Miller Comet Ted Sandstrom Neil Thomas French Hom Lorin Krusberg Doris Major Richard Timmins Baritone George Grande Thomas Sanderson Trombone George Mitchell Charles Hanna Charles Rodriguez Gleason Frye lrven Rinard George Latham Tuba Fred Weaver George Rothroclc Percussion Nancy Newton Iames Lewis Orion Schupp lane Garrison I. Robert King. Conductor Ioseph M. Brown. Ir., Manager Doris W. Major. Librarian 25 mW' R. King shown here planning "next i Q l Pep Pests, the Car Parade, the Iunior Float-all showed De1aware's spirit and let the team know We were behind them. ,u .1 . -,,.. ...ww gh -2. 1 4 ,L 5 glam- ' A V3 Q5 THE WOMEN'S DORMS HAD A VAR- IETY OF WAYS OF SAYING "BEAT MUH1.ENBERG" 'lllllll YV in .pi QJQRQEYN QPXQCQQ ' Q bn. "N, 27 THE FRATERNITIES CAME UP WITH SOME ORIGINAL HOUSE DECORA- TIONS FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL "GRAIN GAME" Polly Goller reigned as Football Queen First Row-Andy Schmidt, lack Iester, Don Vansant, Hal Betts, Nelson Wilcox, Iair DosSantos, Nick Paxson, Bob Iarnison. Second Row-George Long, Mgr.g Bob Collingwood, Dick Dare, lim Talley, Warren VanArsendalen, Don Martin, lack Kinter, Neal Robbins, Vince DiFrancesco, Coach Alden Burnham. Third Row-Stan Slowinski, Tex Williams, Bill McKinney, Iay Bullock, George Chalouplca, Vaughn Fox, Dick Fisher, Dick Connell, Ending its season with three straight Wins, the Delaware soccer team compiled its best average since l94l, a log ot five victories and five defeats. Hopes for the te-gm ifiinhlgh tus Coach WhlT9Y Bllfflhflm welcomed six letter- ers o pre-season practice, ed by C0.CQ 1 ' H 1 Betts and Nelson Wilcox. The team was strengpfhcelrlilgd bay the addition of two sophomores, lair DosSantos and Bob C0'CCIPTCfins Nelson Wilcox and Hal Betts shake hands on U highli' succ fl ' Burnham Smiles on- essu season as Whitey 50 SOCCER AND lamison. Also, for the first year, freshmen became eligiblep and three frosh Worked into the opening line-up. After winning their first two games over Bucknell and Western Maryland, Lady Luck turned her back, and the Booters dropped five straight, including one-goal heart- breakers to Lehigh, Drexel, and powerful Temple. Then starting "Operation Salvage", the team came roaring back to win their final three encounters. With a record of five wins and one defeat in conference play, the Booters won the championship of the Southern Division of the Middle Atlantic Conference, and their total of 21 goals for the season was one short of the highest ever scored by a Delaware team. The team's chances for the coming season look very good, as only lack Iester and Don Vansant, in addition to the Co-captains, will be missing from this year's com- bine, and the young squad should improve. Andy Schmidt and lack Kinter, two mainstays of the team, were elected co-captains for '52, Kinter plays full- back and was on the All-Conference team in 1950. Schmidt, a transfer student from Maryland who was in- eligible until this year, was high scorer with seven goals, followed by DosSantos with four. Ui O O O "' UI ll! O O ll U Nrrrffvg :::::: E' :::::: 5 R ..-... Fl . ..... 0 955512.26 34215 0 cn'4Q',Q,ZQ' '-M22 .:..-gf ::::::: 35,19 ::::::'3 ::::::5 GJCDKQIOG B finesse S EFSEEE U1 m3"Qm I 2399 t-' "' 'Q 0 fbias- 9. -119.3 on Igffgf' 35037 SIQHHQ ,TA First Row-Frank Ewing, Bill Reybold, Capt. Stan Hughes, Rogers Fouracre, Bill Bolton, lim Holcolm. Second Row- Coach Ken Steers. Stan Gross, Ralph Peters, Paul Hodgson, lim Glick, Erv Carty, Mark Rappaport, Asst. Coach Ed Bernaur. CROSS COUNTRY ROUNDED OUT THE FALL SPORTS A A The -Cross Country team, on the peak of an up- surge at the University of Delaware, turned in the best record of any fall sport with five victories in six starts in dual competition. This is one of the best records the sport has ever seen. Capt. Stan Hughes led the team in points with 68, followed by "Bo" Fouracre with GO and Bill Reybold, 40. Beybold also provided one of the highlights of the season when he smashed the record by running the 4173 mile Newark Country Club course in the dazzling time ot 20 minutes and l7 seconds. The Harriers opened their season with a one- point win over .Swarthmore and then took one- sided victories over Iohns Hopkins and F. CS M. Then, in their fifth meet, Delaware lost to a powerful Pitt team in Pittsburgh as they raced in eight inches of snow. In the Middle Atlantic Championships they finished Sth out of fourteen teams and then closed out their season with a one-sided win at Albright. It appears that the sport will continue its suc- cesses, since only Hughes will be graduated. Coaches Steers and Bernauer are to be con- gratulated on a fine season. CROSS COUNTRY RECORD Delaware Opponent 28 ....... .... S warthmore . . . ...... . .29 2l .... .... H averford .......... .... 3 4 19 .... .... I ohns Hopkins .......,.... 43 l6 .... .... F ranklin of Marshall ....... 39 47 ......... ....Pitt ................ ....l5 6th place . . . .... MACTF A 17 ....... .... A lbright . . .... 48 1 1 A 1 1 L l l 1 N F '9 w I w W W W l w 1 w A 1: N 1. w , ,A ,. I 'Ai 4, ! ,Af , T, 5, L11 ,I , . 5. ai f-N iw 4 . an fm..-h..'s-fi The President's Class Teas Are F ast Becoming Tradition We A11 Look Forward To t ..,,..x-.Nwwse 54 . 5 r S 9. Visiting the President's Beautiful Home and Meeting Dr. Perkins and His Charming Wife 1 51 s ,......1 55 WJLA. Officers-Iulie Richardson, Treasure-rg Arlene McGee, Vice-President, lane Evans, Presiclenty Ioan Greenfield, Secretaryg Iean Tull, Freshman Representative, Miss Maryann Waltz, Faculty Advisor. Many ot Us Participated in v Women's Athletic Association F all Sports . Ian Vansant and Mary Lou Matthes have done a fine job Eslgpflfrilcgl ilsgpemgre HIZGSV Zhi giggtigsndle keepmg publicizing the W.A.A. activities for the year. The W.A.A. Hockey Tournament brought many spirited and interested players to the field to play tor their team. Mary Brown managed the sport which was in the form ot a class tournament. The keen competition between the classes proved that the tournament was most successful. Each team fought hard to win the honors, but the Seniors came out on top with no losses on their record. This is the first time the Seniors have won a hockey tournament since about l938. Con- grats, Seniors! You did a fine job Clower leftl. At the end of the season a hockey party was given for all those who participated. Fun was had by all flower rightl. 37 Play Day is the day on which students from the various schools in the State become better acquainted through participation in a program of sports activi- ties. This year it Was managed very successfully by Shirley Burns and the Iunior PE. majors. Here We see two of the girls checking their Wallets before starting the round of activities. 38 Volleyball was capably man- aged by junior, Rae Priestly. The afternoon round robin tour- nament was Won by the seniors who have shown a lot of spirit this year. The table tennis tournament, under the watchful eye of Mar- garet Seavy, was touched With an added bit of excitement by the play-offs. Esther Fouracre emerged as this year's Winner with Audrey Butler the runner- up. 1' 1 ff INTRAMURAL FALL SPORTS KA., winning ten out ot eleven games, took the TOUCH FOOTBALL championship. CSee picture above.D CROSS-COUNTRY championship Went to Sigma Nu with ten points. Iack Fairchild of Delta Tau Delta Won the cross-country run With a time of 14:38. Hossein Dowlatshahi, a member ot the Table Tennis Club won the TABLE TENNIS elimination tournament over 45 other entries, Don Cherr of A.E.Pi was the Winner ot the INTRA- MURAL HANDBALL tournament. 39 2734 f J" If Q .V ta at ! 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' . gs' 4' 4 , ww - we-4 . 4 Q- Q., -v- - , ,-mi, , . 1 a PROFESSORS Wilbur Owen S pherd, Ph.D. University Professor, Emeritus Augustus Henry Able, 3rd, Ph.D. Professor of English Ned Bliss Allen. Ph.D. Professor of English Harriet Thorpe Bailey, M.A. Professor of Art Edwin Colby B am, Ph.D. Professor of Iwlodern Languages and Literature Iohn Fenton Daugherty, Ph.D. Professor ol Ph sics and Dean of Men Cyrus Lawrence liay, Ph.D. Professor of English Herbert Dom, Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Business Administration Quaesita Cromwell Drake, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Arthur Ray Dunlap, Ph.D. Professor of English Elizabeth Dyer. Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Harold Feeny, Ph.D. Professor of Physics Earl Parker Hanson, B.S., M.E. Professor of Geography Clinton Osbome Houghtonf B.A. Professor of Biology, Emeritus Iames Christos Kalcavas, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology Charles Robert Kase. Ph.D. Professor of Dramatic Arts and Speech Charles N. Lanier, Ph.D, Professor of Economics and Business Administration Anthony I. Loudis, M.A. Professor of Music Cecil Cameron Lynch, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Donald MacCreary, M.S. Professor of Entomology Halsey M. MacPhee, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Frederick B. Parker, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Bernard Phillips, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Henry Clay Reed. Ph.D. Professor of History Carl Iohn Rees. Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics, Dean of School of Graduates and Director of Academic Extension Glenn S. Skinner, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry William Vick Smith, Ph.D. Professor of Physics Francis Hagar Squire, Ph.D. Professor of History, Dean of School of Arts and Sciences, and Dean of the University Louis A. Stearns, Ph.D. Professor of Entomology G. Cuthbert Webber, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Harold Charles Beachell, Ph.D. Chemistry George Elder Brinton, Ph.B. Modern Languages Arnold M. Clark, Ph.D. Biology Evelyn Holst Clift, Ph.D. History and Ancient Languages and Literature Walter A. Connell, M.S. Entomology Lewis Eugene Cronin, Ph.D. Biology Anna lanney De Armond. Ph.D. English Paul Dolan, Ph.D. Political Science William George Fletcher, Ph.D. Ancient Language and Literature Edna Caroline Fredrick. Ph.D. Modern Language and Literature lane Lester Gardner, M.A. Art Ieannette Elizabeth Graustein, Ph.D. Biology Robert F. Iackson, Ph.D. Mathematics Ray Edward Kessel, Ph.D. Dramatic Arts an Speech ARTS AND SCIENCE FACULTY Walter Kirchner. Ph.D. History G. Gorham Lane. Ph.D. Psychology Iohn A. Munroe, Ph.D. History Herbert E. Newman, Ph.D. Economics and Business Administration Felix E. O penheim, Ph.D. Leave oiJAbsence, 1951-1952 Political Science ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Margaret Prosser Allen. M.F., M.A. Art Lincoln Armstrong, M.A. Sociology Iohn H. Barrett, Ph.D. Mathematics Elizabeth Edrop Bohning Modern Languages and Literatures Dale Frank Bray, M.S. Entomology Harold William Chase, M.A. Leave of Absence, Armed Services Political Science Mildred M. Gaddis, M.A. Music I. lean Hecht, Ph.D. History Martin A. Hirschfeld. Ph.D. Physics Frederic Courtland Houghton,.M.A. Biology Iohn Robert King, M.M. Music Iames B. Krause, Ph.D. Biology Harold W. Kwart, Ph.D. Chemistry Everett Vemon Lewis, Ph.D. Mathematics Ernest lohn Moyne, Ph.D. English Thomas Benson Pegg, M.A. Dramatic Arts and Speech Russell Remage, Ir., Ph.D. Mathematics Raphael Rooser Rankin, Ph.D. Physiology May Anna Russell, Ph.D. Biology Erskine Wakefield Smith, M.B.A., C.P.A. Economics and Business Administration Frank Loren Smith, Ph.D. Psychology Frank H. Sommer, 3rd, Ph-.D. Sociology Demetrios A. Soulides, Ph.D. Biology Emma Ehlers Stoll, M.A. Geography Elbert Daymond Turner. Ir., Ph.D. Modern Languages Ann M. Weygandt, Ph.D. English INSTHUCTORS Luther A. Allen, M.A. Political Science Ernest Stoelting Barratt, M.A. Psychology Iohn Emanuel Bulette, M.A. English David Bushnell, Ph.D. History Elizabeth F, Crook, B.A. Music Marvin R. Fennema, M.M. Music Robert Lee Gale, M.A. English George Emmett Clarence Kauffman, M.S. Physics Walter Kirk, M.B.A. Economics and Business Administration Henry Newton Lee, M.A. Music Bruce C. Lutz, M.A. Physics George Edward McCandlish, B.A. English Edith Augusta McDougle, B.A. Mathematics lames H. McNeal. M.A. Chemistry Herman David Middleton, M.A. Dramatic Arts and Speech 43 August Carl Nelson, M.S. Mathematics Sara Baldwin Rogers. M.A. English Abraham Shuchman, M.S. Economics and Business Administration Moises Tirado, M.A. Modern Languages Sarah M. Wiley, M.Ed. Business Administration George Gordon Windell, M.A. History PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS Constance I. Mitchell, M.S. Biology , Iames Ioseph Napier, M.A. English Laurel Wilkinson, B.M. Music LE CTURERS Elizabeth L. Beardsley, Ph.D. Philosophy Mgxrgaret Ellen Kirkpatrick, M.A. rt Miriam S. Shane, M.S. Biological Sciences Norman G. Wilder, M.S. Biological Sciences Thomas Iefferson Wertenbaker, Ph.D. Visiting Professor of History TEACHING ASSISTANTS Harold W. Aldridge, B.S. Psychology Vincent Louis Bacchetta, B.S. Mathematics Harold E. Barker, Ir., B.S. Physics Lester S. Cohen, B.S. Chemistry Robert H. Dombro, A.M. English Isabella Milling Drew, B.A. Chemistry Theodore Harding Fairbanks, B.A. Chemistry George Lewis Ford. B.S. Chemistry -. Leonard Louis Gelb, M.S. Chemistry Loran Andrew Henderson, M.S. Chemistry Elam K. Hertzler, B.A. Mathematics Mae Kathryn Kerr, B.S. Mathematics Loren Andrew Henderson, M.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Robert Wakely Kennard, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Mathematics Carl Elwood Kerr, B. A. Graduate Assistant in Mathematics Frank Iohn Kushibab, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Donald Bixby Lake. M.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Donald G. Lynam, M.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Samuel P. Maroney. Ir., B.A. Teaching Assistant in Biological Sciences Harry Walter McDowell, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry William Randall Menges, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Physics Edwin Ioseph Miller, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Physics Robert Kenneth Miller, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry loseph Robert O'Donnell, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Physics Robert S. Tulchin, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Biological Sciences William Charles Undeutsch, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Hans Richard Voelkl, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Robert Lindbergh Wagner. B.A. Graduate Assistant in Political Science William Choury Wilson, M.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Robert Charles Witman, M.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Harry Walter Wolfe, Ir., B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Frederick Oliver Wooten, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry s CHORU l 7 .V S d Tl sf-:Co WD . on Lowfenshcmn S ru Xame Fred man A . haf DOH PAC gi que: QQ' XQYQUH P0 . YWeVFf'1nwuh'1m w . uuuer HGdOnCnd'y?xjZiX5On' sO'0nnDFflQZi1f1 Yiincn . o 0 Xi Sxrstifeizaifisztw N oefa Mffffen Tom rx. GXC1 un. rue' BTOW DOH hem 1 H0 X96 Gnd. e C bef HI nn gig efmdve A GG CODE' DG LY ,Lflffyadffe BOW fifsi o of' asf R neck 1 ' Pan G D . Ca CCOm em ' nn Xrvhnma. G F9 rraY1Ceds'iT9m'Mum ,Doa SGH 15 BOW Te w afvin ' Marcia W' M , f XY ' Etgceuflhditcigxafgliul L O Giiiof ' Hrs! Rowxfoanne Creer, Mary Lou Nast, Barbara Day, Carol H XFrances Stafford Betty Paul P Mi Keene, Carol Morgan, Sue Ogden, Ch aworth, Ioan Matthews, Ioyce Steinmet , Anne Lloyd, Betty Andrews, Bomayne ' , at Thompson, Lois Hurnme, Lois Furni rulc, Mildred Blaine, Doris Crouch, Elsa ' Ioan Stolces, Carol Conlclin, Peg Peclc, Sally Lewis, Barba Bebe Haber, Car WOMENS arlotte Goodley, Lois Alava, Barbara z, Mr. Marvin Fennelna, Director. Second Row P1-ice, Barbara Silnpers, Louis Bigton, Merrily Burforcl sh, Ioanne Chanley, Mary Iane Rafferty, Third RowxB Milby, Grace Bossard, Ioan Steinlnetz, Roberta Conne gy Brenner, Ginny Larson, Virginia Loomis. Fourth Ro ra Smith, Iane Banks, Margaret Smith, Audrey Frazi ol Nabb, Lois Pellegrine, Diane Lease, Florence Hain CHORUS ai-bara r, Ellie Liplnan, wXNancy Curry, Nancy er, Dotty Pierson, Marilyn Smith, er Nancy Perper - d . Thi' . BTO ce mXi5h'X1m C NNN' Sr B, qndin Beown gxf Sfeiiffisffciin Su 'J' ' G fd T-derj rQC lfnfniey, M Us Cz ' R 'Y LO u W oqnn HQ,jYBOSSQrd ob . 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Ross, Mr., Third Ro Gteas z Herbe Yi, Torn First Bo 1 ' Pait, Mary tein, Kam Vaierie ennan. n Witson, Yernande , Ben Hats Maggie e Beyer dward, , Kane Br Norma H, Kohn Mautt ndt, Ann ret Woo othy 'Fry n Race, n Etwe Robert ga 'it, Marga acre, Dor ayer, Do gue, Koh ' Phitiips, Ch Esther Your Kroener, Heinz 'Breym Ross. Fourth Bowf'tNiitiam Po Seward tones Gienn Mctiibbin, Edwin P--CAPPE-LLA CHOXR P-'UCS 11-KEN . P33 MB eww shpeifs' H0503 Kerr. G Y. Creme ON Z Mrs Mae eif- D' even. ne, ' CCM i X we bbei' P1 MU Rees' yhoIY1SjO2 C.We E. K' , B Y. We MTS' WXS- ' QQ- . Le Seen Premdreu. E' Vgacheiw' Ujir. Bu X H- Bm KI. L' R WXYI errgacona -Bowq? -Kennard. fafst OSHQOTX' e Lyon. l Esihef Rowfi. B- 15315 Patrick Thaddeus, Patricia Lacrone, Mary Lindale, Alice Gorny, Thomas Luff, Sec., Verna Lair, V. Pres., Gerald B. Shpeen, Pres.g Esther Simon, Edith MacDougle, Faculty Advisory Alvin Major, Carl Nelson Standing-Dr. Robert Iackson, Irven Rinarcl. Hrs! Row, Seat dXS ll 1117 Willard Sin gle y,eGrqCg.,g, 17242 SWS ard Rosenbaum, fam ' Draper. , V P M lc R oodrlch, Secieg or SS FIX, Heber! L BIOLO Nfl GY CLUB QDDCI econ d QfOfL port, M' Row, St ' Carl S rss Con Undm chaubel Die Mitchell S gXSfOI11SY Cz ' , Harry Hall, I 1 DOHSOR' Dick Slrlut, Pres erwznslci, Larry Cooperman, Leon UUYSS TOYl0r, Steve Kambouris, William BuCkSOL ilerr-Y S MGT d ROW Oehlef 1 Secon bdrm Smith' Ejliwiclf Bar . olive- ict MG - Pres-1 virgln ion KaIiZvgikRQVi1liGms, . Mar Rui -TreqS., Muih, Sec. eggy - Sund' Oni, P Dorls or PGV . ROW- Blew Fxrsi Brofskyf RGB isof- FGCUHY Adv kGVQS, Dr- KG Hudson' CLUB LOGY DICAL TECHNC ME avifwo Qual del' PM?-Blcml WHY now' C 41 CPA- SO Xmcusg, 33322: Borbox ,C1-Elin gon ple? .1 9 xx V- Wegrefv-1 Sm x 9. 'xx Bob SKQYXBEQVCQCXX. BX 6, 51091. PJWOHQY. MO fgove yer. we RJNTWEEGC -ge I e ' ilfowvson First Row-Ioseph Brown, Tre-as., Byron Babcock, V. Pres., Paul Davidson, Pres., Peter Hill, Rec. Secy. Second Row-Robert Rudrow, David Stiles, Donald Simon, Donald Knauss, David Annand, Donald Feeney, Ken Bell, Third How-George Gronde, Ioe Perregrino, Iohn Conway, Al Smith, Edward Gadsby, Richard Cecil, William Snyder. 4' 6,9 sg, . mist Ro Pres. S WXD1: H Scand Ro- Feeny P SIG MA PI SIG MAX FVXD1-U Qxflllfy Advi S1711 th, psori Gerqjd ORARY p atncl: Thqddiliieegl presv G E 1 rr -Hits. l C. K hi 1 ' Ullffm ed, 1-3 - GH, S dwm Millesqi' Joseph OD Teqslj A Onnell 1-thur Dev-LX. First Row-David Hastings, V. Pres., Gerald Shpeen, Pres., Stanley Czerwinski. Back Row-Robert Gibson, Russell Able, Bill Conrad, William Eisenberger, David Sharp, Harold Barker, David Fehsentelcl, Ken Klatt, Otto Bucharclt, Ioseph Mendum. ' friflii Hi !:?.:,ECa53'fik3?1, irgfl k" 9 1.Ll'T.L" - -4 3,1 ,I ,',:1".,Q" 'ff5"e5'r"f9?15r 555552515 ' -3 l5i1,'4fx2ili,F?iT'tr?'i t,'i an 1-i wi 1545,-tg "if, PHOTOG HY CLUB gn 1- 2 . E' B SOCIOLOGY GLU I Treas Nolde V. Pres., leanne Cashman . Susanne ' B ker, PWS" a . .1 Barbara loan DGTYUCO' Sew I V T PSI CHI HONORARY PSYCHOLOGY First Row-Mrs. Zona McPhee, Mrs. Virginia Harris, Doris Lerner, Ioyce Davis, Ieanne Cashman, Betty Davies, Dr. Carol Pemberton. Second Row-Harold Aldridge, Treas.p Richard Behringer, V. Pres., Dr. Halsey McPhee, Dr. Ernest Barrett, Dr. F. Loren Smith, Arthur Duncan, Pres.: Arnold Lieberman, Gilbert Koffler, Abner Overdeer, Sec. I 50 .99 Nfl INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First Row-Amir Hossein Dowlatshahi, Pres.g Dorothy Iacobsen, Sec.-Tre-as., Bob Whaley, Ianet Vansant, Leonard Clapp, V. Pres.: Roberta Stevens, Chrmn, of Program Comm. Second Row-Heinz Breymeyer, Marvin Balick, Iohn Scherman, Dorothy Miller, Hester Zeiger, Ianice Russo, Susanne Ernmerling, Alberta Hendrickson, Claude Rui, Robert Kob, Ulrich Kroener, Ted Sandstrom. 51 Y Moises. sc1Wl1,gm111 hu DWP? EL PNSH XI. 'PK-gs-l aeigml' 51636191 1 e 5 c. - 'nl ?Kg1O'S? S xxfadogggkmdgaier. vg?x'Yed z ' " V Segiedd glide. gI?Yu1ner,OxSkL Mon QCA DCHIQOUXBG Xgiflp xyffrielefl Nor gindilfom' ff! ART CLUB Seated-Sally Carpenter, Ruth Webb, Paul Roche, Harold Owen, Lucy Lashar. Standing-Ann Lee Prior: Doris Greene, Ioann Roth, Barbara Battin, Martha Thomas, Charloite Goodley, Eleanor Williams, Mr. William Brown. 52 SA '2- A CCO UNTIN G CLUB First Rowxllobert Wilcox, Trees.: E' Second RowxDon H XHenr dgczr Bczrr umer, Rich y Bertuch, T ell, V, Pre Grd Gorm ed Zurz, T s., Dick Olconow, Pre cn, Gene Trivits, I om Martin, Richard fl 'neun Donovc' H len L1 c men, Edith I-Upton' 6 . paul O Emmerhrlgf . . ,Susanne Dr BernQTflEll?Egi1TI1 BeC11'ClS1ey. ' 1 White, Dfl tr' ' .4 I W.,-r" ' s.,- Al Scala, Sec. oseph Koflenberger. Th' Clynes. :rd Row 53 1 W M fa ARTS AND SCIENCE SNAPSHOTS w I ,' 1 S Q ?KQ 53 Ei 3335 il!! sans ii!!! WWQWWMF Bl!! fill gsm' 2214311553: ' 'Z'-. 12 15? N il""EiiE" S' ki...-,zjagtw . ,-QRN,-:5.vf,,--. -.4 , -. ' e . :...9f:-fffm-Ag:',w25 .1' I f. QA 0 A ,9,'l,,J1, M., "VII, , ' , - ' 3,011 . , 'Ch . 'IH ,, 1, 42 .I . . y 41. . A.f,. 1 ,. . 'I' - Q .J-5"r:. '.- A ,- gf If . ' -- . 2 I , " 2 'R '5. 11iEf-,ffl ,, , ? '- .- 'f ., . 'r , ' - . - 4 w:jf:gQ2ff,,,qg,i.a. I1 lfufwtz. ' I ' . . . I H ,.I.,. . 4 K . I z Dean David L. Arm SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering ROBERT L. PIGFORD OLAF P, BERGELIN Con leave of absencel IACK A. GERSTER LEWIS W. GLEEKMAN SALVATORE A. GUERRIERI KURT WOHL Civil Engineering CHARLES N. GAYLORD ALFREDS R. IUMIKIS CLYDE N. LAUGHTER T. D. SMITH Electrical Engineering MILTON G. YOUNG ' HARRY S. BUECHE ROBERT V. CANNING DONALD F. CLEMENTS I. LQPENNE GUENVEUR HENRY R. HESSE Mechanical Engineering HOWARD K. PRESTON RALPH W. IONES IAMES I. CLOWER IAMES M. ALLMAN WILLIAM B. CLEMENTS IOI-IN L. COYLE STEPHEN R. DAVIS FRANK DRECHSLER EDWARD G. LAWSON, IR. Ion leave of absence! W. FRANCIS LINDELL General Engineering DAVID L. ARM FRANK ZOZZORA E-B5 GINE' h L EN n XQSGP t Coke ' gbgn, OF NECHA hsxet' Albipiobert Mongyhewl N SOCIETY g Frank EQSYQS Lfgniibol Hdgrlfmrldlllernelig zpyo., ,G cm 'lo Co, PMB-HCA First- YE? Ed Ml2lli3naoWjl31YSiixadffgX,?2i1,Xdfgfspoiuld axis? Geselriewetxiiweiuizzn I Robergifofhberg-,Tagd Barnes' l P d .WC kl Y- lgijlfilef illlaxxiam Shoe 6 Kid O 1 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS First Row-Dr. L. W. Gleekman, faculty advisory Ioseph Brown, Byron Babcock, Treas.5 Arthur Eglington, V. Pres., Iohn Burpulis, Pres.g William Webb, Sec., Edward Gaclsbyg Virginius Bolton, William Covey. Secorxd Row-Luther Broadway, Iay Rosenson, Peter Hill, Robert Gibson, Irvin Bass, Howard Forester. Thlrd Row-Richard Harper, Donald Feeney, Iames Baker, Iohn Buechele, Robert Taylor, Iohn Sprecher, Iames Nichols. Fourth Row--Henry Holmes, Dr. R. L. Pigforcl, Dr. I. Gerster, Donald Iunghans, Lembit Lille- leht, George Gronde. 58 rMER!CAN :ficlirv OF CN L - S 182 . r -. . QNUNE :F ggulnfb 5 Hrs! R 5' GSOZYXH Hr- RICAN so weene lon' Se FSI, L. I if, c.PQ,5ggdPRoj1fgo,,, Sec B Op CIVIL ' 'ous-vh ' C Dcilf ' D' C ENG ' IS' fr ole ., C-13:71, VUPFS nf!-19,120 SVA C E In, f A 'Le ' Bergs nt' P' IFQIH es-1' G , S ' S . peppgvuizel Tre 'C Lquclfii T C P 9 ter' ' hm' ' fldvjs IDS, Off- f First Row-Richard Williams, Prescott Van Horn, Treasg Dorothy Walsh, Sec., Thomas Clements, Chrmn., Robert Reeves, V. Chrmn., William Quigley, Nelson Wilcox. Second Row-George Lathem, William Dickey, Charles Dickinson, Ken Waclman, Iohn D'Onoflrio, Anthony Genetta, Sec. IRE. Third Row-Robert Wilson, Ray Borrelli, Louis Miller, William Poucel, William Alt, William Drummond, Fourth Row-Ioseph Massari, Fred Dawson, Herbert Kirk, Victor Castrati, Ioseph Lukens. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS GOUNCH' K G a. Boba NGXNEEBXN V - m Dfummon E. h qqiihfi Gtonde, 'YIGUS4 IQQ a Yoslelshwuern Geo . haf GVQSOU' Rlcsz Thomas Robeil' V, Pte ' Sec-2 Hilde' h Brown' . chwles wap an, WS" Mondgh Front Row-William Quigley, Ioseph Brown, V. Pres., Robert Reeves, Corres. Sec., Byron Babcock, Pres., Thomas Clements, Rec. Sea, Ioseph Lukens, Cataloger. Second Row-Henry Zack, George Latham, William Drummond Iames Nichol 5 I h D' ' ' ' s o n OnOfFlO. Third Row-Victor Tebbuit, lames Cook, Robert Miller, L embit Lilleleht. TAU BETA PI-HONORARY ENGINEERING ' ENGINEERS AT WORK V 1 v 1 w r 9 t 3 i I r 'af 5 I ,Lf .FI M- sf:1',I- V . .- 5 1 51 - - -.x-x -------- 1 Agricultural Economics R. O. Bausman, Professor S. A. Dum, Associate Professor W. E. McDaniel, Assistant Professor R. C. Smith, Assistant Professor C. Webb, Graduate Assistant Agronomy 6 Agricultural Engineering C1 E. Phillips, Professor L. I. Cotnoir, Ir., Associate Professor F. B. Collins, Instructor E. A. Crouse, Instructor CS Extension Specialist C. G. Green, lr., Graduate Assistant it DEAN GEORGE L. SCHUSTER SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Animal 6 Poultry Industry E. F. Waller, Professor A. E. Tomhave, Professor T. A. Baker Professor T. D. Runnels, Associate Professor A. F. Kish, Assistant Professor M. R. Gardiner, Assistant Professor C. R. Richards, Assistant Professor D. F. Owen, Ir., Graduate Assistant Entomology L. A. Stearns, Professor D. MacCreary, Professor W. A. Connell, Associate Professor D, F. Bray, Assistant Professor 65 Q3 Horticulture E. P. Brasher, Professor L. R, Detjen, Professor C. W. Hitz, Associate Professor E. M. Rahn, Associate Professor I. R. Wheatley, Assistant Plant Pathology I. W. Heuberger, Professor R. S. Cox, Associate Professor H, W. Crittenden, Assistant Professor Agricultural Education P. M. Hodgson, Associate Professor ada. AG . ,. Ed Ke n1Cle ' B SK. AZHONOB A vm Suva. Cgltfinl Yrecl e ALPHA 7-ET Cl'xancellOrllllChoYl9S A "S, Arne - BOYD Dcvlanz All . Censfmdge Gofm S ribe- Bill HP?ilxllZrS0n' We C ' yn I Don Mqgggwebbp OU Sicndmgneeiinqf 13955. Seated-Gifford Crothers, Soc, Chairman, Mr, B. Smith, Sid Ronis, V, Pres.g Iim Maxwell, Pres., Ioe Cann, Sec., Dr. Bausman, E. D. Kedda, Editor, Klaus G. Drobeck. Standing-Birjam Holmberg, Ernie Chamorro, Wayne Kirklin, Ioe Gooding, B. Burns, Bob Davis, Vincent Yokis, Harry Brake, Ken McLellan, lim Silva, George Elle- good, David Amos, Russ Able, Iohn Miles, Fred Crumlish, lack Beatty. CK Aff V '41 -i , T45 .M x, ,' -J ' ' 'E .-ff-, x , -lv, vw... 290 mx' F - 144 of Dean Wilham O. Penrose School ot Education Harriet Bailey, Professor of Art Richard Brandt, Instructor in Education Elizabeth Crook, Instructor in Music Ardwin Dolio, Associate Professor of Education Robert Duffey, Assistant Professor of Education Francis Garver, Lecturer of Education Charlotte Hanson, Assistant Professor of Education George Wright, Lecturer of Education Iesse Harrington, Reading Clinic Supervisor George Henry, Associate Professor of Education Paul Hodgson, Teacher Training and Agricultural Extension, Assistant Professor Agricultural Education William Rowe, Instructor in Education Russell Stauffer, Director Reading Clinic Iohn Withall, Director Psychological Services Center Daniel Wood, Instructor in Education- Matthew Pillard, Associate Professor of Education Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Edmund Bernauer, Instructor in Physical Education Alden Burnham, Instructor in Physical Education and Athletics lohn Cuddebaclc, Instructor in Health, Physical Educa- tion, and Athletics Della Durant, Instructor in Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Fred Emmerson, Instructor in Physical Education Beatrice Hartshorn, Associate Professor of Physical Education Milo Lude, Instructor in Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Ruth Malburg, Instructor in Health, Physical Education, and Athletics William Martin, Associate Professor of Physical Edu- cation and Athletics 4 David Nelson, Director of Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Harry Rawstrom, Assistant Professor of Physical Edu- cation Hans Seaburg, Athletic Trainer Robert Siemen, Faculty Manager of Athletics Kenneth Steers, Associate Professor of Physical Edu- cation Maryann Waltz, Assistant Professor of Physical Edu- cation 67 A xxvxm -A I HON H55 BSSOCXA Sec-2 Marx! Ptdvmora Em mac Q Webb' .www BE 51139 Hepa? Ruth P553 9, Hanson Xena Yexnglfgitxg 1yeCiS,i MIS. MGT bard 13 p- Slilliiziiigrdgeor ce- ST' 6 KAPPA DELTA PI-HONORARY EDUCATION Seated-Norma Iampolski, V. Pres.g Betsy Simon, Hist. Rec., Anthony Cotoio, Pres.: Arlene McGee, Sec., Doris Buckcxlew. Standing-Bill Ferry, Alice Martin, Helen Lilley, Mary Keetz, Charlotte Swanson, Teel Dunn, ESfhef Simon, Mary Bueche, Adele Feldman, Mary Turner, Donald Bcirdo. 68 if Yi Sig xx T 'f' .M C70 'lf A '41 l fit' lg, M11 1 .ff EDUCATION SNAPS 2 :. K A W 45 " I Q Q Y S --.:--- ":'l' 2:k1- -1 .A-- --',,1-- , A'::1 U .wfwi ' .,.,, 2, .l f' 1 , f mg ff f w 'L "" :AV lzli SQ Sw 'K 48, ,A Ah. " .Fixx AW ..e v .. ' .gx-,gem ,, W' SG--' ,!3kff...IT,jk-'qi' W. pv- f K- - Q, "'23slW. I 'Q - .C is -6' 34 4, 5:33. H iw , 3 Z, -:eff ,ge w - X - QML, ,. Q52 ' 'DF' 4 ' .. "9?:wiQe,x . Q.. .Q 4-Missa 'fx WL, is- TS , '- N., Q Qi a 55 l' X Y , X Q: W. . E S Q Q aff Ex 's 1 W .w M L v , H .sm i it iq . IJ il , ' 'Vi .ft I, fi .5 c 5 DEAN IRMA AYERS SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS MISS ELIZABETH G. KELLY MISS DORIS I-IASLER Assoc. Prof., Clothing and Textiles Instructor, Home Management MISS FLORENCE REIPF MISS PATRICIA COLLINS Instructor, Home EC. Education Assistant Professor, Foods and Nutrition MRS. NELL H. GRIFFEN MISS IEAN WEAVER Assistant Prof., Family Life Instructor, Institutional Management MISS IUNE PATTERSON Instructor, Child Development 71 o ' . . . S TG- 4 ' In h I HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ff Ph llis Schafer Carol Haworth, Iulie d First Row-lda May Ladd, Betty Paul, Gail Conway, Frances Sa o, y , Richardson, Barbara Wynn, Charlotte Goodley, Nancy Peck. Second Row-Florence Houston, lean Rowlan , th, V. Pres., Laura Kish, Treas., Miss Patricia Collins, Betsy Simon, Pres.: loan Stiltz, Sec., Nancy ' ' Y kes, Teel Dunn. Third Row-Barbara Nast, Edith Evans, M ' rie Shank, Frances Marty Forsy ' . nd Program Chairman, Ioanne er ' ' I an Archer, Nancy Murphy, ar1o -Ch lotte Swanson, Diehl, SGA Rep a Betty Kern, Barbara Lyon, Genny Baird, Ioyce Winters, o Oliphant, Nancy Tobey, Dorothy Melick, Ioyce Whaley, Lee Dannehower, Fourth Row ar Caroline Cook, Eunice Downing, Ginny Larson, lean Lord, Ann Lloyd, Patricia Baxter, Marie Hutchinson Elaine Ough, Diane Lease. V Yloiqicc 6' ,JL "vw3v-x'2-s1..,mw.w,- 0 Sm wo' 1,1 72 J 1 OE F13 OL11 SNAPS I I3 5 Colonel Ioseph B. Haier, Artillery, Professor Military Science and Tactics Military Department Associate Professors oi Military Science Instructors of Military Science LT. COL. CHESTER DOMBROWSKI, Cml C. MAIOR IOHN E. ARTHUR, IR., Artillery Assistant Professors of Military Science MAIOR GEORGE K. ANDERSON, Artillery CAPT. RICHARD B. ELLIOTT, Cml C. CAPT. SAMUEL A. GRAYSON, Artillery 74 M. SGT. M. SGT M. SGT M. SGT M. SGT CHARLES DOHRENS MARVIN L. ENGLAND BENIAMIN H. EVANS MARCUS L. FLOYD . RONALD A. MCLAIN SFC LLOYD E. BROWN SFC WILLIAM I- F-ANNING SFC LOUIS E. MACCARONE First Row-Major Arthur, Nelson Wilcox, Robert Monaghan, Ed Milligan. Second Row-- Richard Engberg, Leonard Clapp, Earl Walker, Don Bardo, Robert Davis. Third Row-lack Ponton, William Gorman, Robert Wilson, lack Raicley, Sherran Pepper. o mon W 1 ASSEVSE In Arla Thhd H0 5 e Conwaghiegwanson. u o f Char First Egger Dunn' W f ye - YQSZZQ W W' . 01403 5 MENS H . H s. Helen Ll5lEIeg's. Ann CG McGee' PWDQGY1 Uma ne WX QCXE-'YY , ther ' . G istoriGTfLjtSE?lice Mama f I A I I' ff' I f Nl , ji' Ml' my ,I x ,ll Milf, fi gem Y 5 Second Simon' Stiff? Thomas. First Row-William S. Martin, Milton Draper, Milton Roberts, Faculty Advisor, Bob Davis, V. Pres., Ioe Lank, Pres., I. Fenton Daugherty, Sec.-Treas., Harry Lawson, Paul Catts. Second Row-Iarnes Kruzinski, Don Kid- cloo, Don Cherr, Bob Reeves, Byron Babcock, Ralph Tones, Tony Cotoia, Stan Hughes, Elbert Chance, Bill , , , k ost r, il Nico , Hearn Neal Robbins Dr. G. Gorham Lane Dic F G B l ll OMICRON DELTA KAPPA-MEN'S LEADERSHIP HONOR SOCIETY 76 P av, l fic, Ulll Glqdden Trees' ' ICQ' ' H He KOWUISWS ACTIVE SGCY-'. PGM 1 Kern Pre , Sli '52 NS Fred Baker' Glenn Dill, Secyg Ann Ferguson, V. Presq Paul Ellis, Pres.g Icimes Bice I... f V- Pres. YOUNG DEMOCRATS 77 XE- wz SOC GOLD KE CMQPPQH' . DiCl9 Mark p e5-' r. LOUQ- XI' I-fred Warne A George. Mupp- vtfiqht- lalexiilight. Orton SC MOC QC it M Hess, S6011 cilgepoelt Amen ,DOH Ari , Bev' RQWZ F1195 Second Trees' L Bdppdpof Row l-Steve Butcher, Dan Ford, Icrir DosSc1ntos, Bob Icxrnison, Bill Reybold, Nick Pcxxson, Bob Collingwood, Vince Diljrcxncesco, Bill Bolton, Sherran Pepper. Row 2-George Ester, Ioe Lcmk, Don Burner, lim Ccirbonetti, Ken Beith, Icrck Kinter, Don Cherr, Gene Trivits, Don Bcrrdo, Pres.: Frank Heilig, Trects.y Art Mqyerh Lctrry Cooperrncm, Bctrry Seidel, Chcrrlie Rodriguez, Charlie Presnell, Row 3-Ed Bernguer, Iohn Cuddebcick, Fuc- ulty Advisor, Don Vcrnscint, Pete Carlson, Clark Mc1cWright, Iohn Allen, Charlie Sullivan, Bill Cruver, Iim Flynn, Bill Doppstcrdt, Frcmk Stevens, lim Eberle, Tom Funnon, Torn Redfield, Roger Fouracre, Hcrl Betts, George Long, Ioe Glick, Irvin Cclrty, Andy Schmidt, Robert Moore, Dixie Foster, Paul Ccitts. VARSITY CLUB OMEGAXSERVICE FRATERNITY eatedxfim Griffiths, Alumni Sec.g Fred Bak Mr. Kauffman, Chairman Advisor- StandingxPau1 Coch Bob Sin ALPHA PHI S . er, Rec. Sec.,' Lou Shannon, First Vice-Presq Iczlnes Bice, Pres., , Dr. Skinner, Advisory George Rothrock, Treas, Norm Ross, Historian. ran, Iohn Kent, Second Vice-Pres., Gordon Millerj Vernon Derrickson, Bob Hammett, ger, Bob Mattson, Albert Tanyer. . -Bill dmg - ke. Stan tin Marianne Rem MGT ' . . Barbara r, 1 11. C1 ments, FUCixZ1gc!W?-xiii:-IEoFrQnk Hew e Grd eu C1Gfk Cans, Be1'I1O,Donne I -Ann . Tom Seated Chairman, NicO11f I B TABLE TENNYS GLU wld Sxreei Maud Ozolinawgaii-es. T 9115.1 . -P xel' 1 ' w D011 H0TT:1DeTgeirx Eowlctshlihl' e Fire-Y Ro - S OSS F0139 er. Sewna R l Don Wllgu I DELAWARE TALENT SCOUTS First Row-Ann Hcrrkins, Dick Lohrncrnn, Pres.: Idcr May Ladd, V. Pres.g Paul Ellis. Second Row-Dana Lamb Frank Young, Iecm Roland, TrecJs.g Frances Scrffo, Cup Marvel. 80 I wonder if the sign painter pcrssed the Freshman spelling test? 81 -H651 Sec-'I - Yingnl Supl-I C dcxhc? O01 000606, flex ligne' :ae Slwiwl X5 G O XX Lodge' GXGGSOKQQJOS' E Emwegeselx' 909, rv- ,lid QW ' V95 YV! at AfDOYOG'f10ltmClnQ'UT rx- Di' 'ref' HO as gale xanax AQSO 6 YDS YW' 5 SHOW' xi-5 Nao - wif -68 OWN guage Y YGO Xe' 916 6511 Yosxe I D615 Biddle gxcbcid mon ' First Row-Iohn Wyberg, Iim Allen, Steve Kambouris, lack Streeter, Ulrich Kroener. Second Row--Doris Crouch, Dorothy Ferguson, Biddle Foster, Verna Lair, Barbara Oehlers. Third Row-Kenneth McClellan, lack Auwetier, Heinz Breymayer, Dick Foster, George Heinlein, Ben Hatch, Dick Timmins, George Brown, Larry Ottman, Frank Goeckler. I V 82 .Q A, 9? " . ffl Se Mqmedx Sfqg-Y fo A401-Y d- De B lh9XMS.?fn3j5hel R Y 'D SQ 11 Hqfefjgyesl ki ., ohh CLUB 17 Mc CT: E D L dm SG Qugfillhogj Sig-Seng. P I erffudt V ISS.. e Derpres , ney' First Row-Sanford Ackerman, Treas.p Mrs, Grant, Rabbi Herbert Drooz, Ioseph Glick, Pres., Harriet Lewis, V. Pres. Second Row-Harry Moskowitz, Fred S, Fink, Alfred Isaacs, Ingrid Wahle, Martha Berg, Lea Wellikson, Doris Sund, Faith Orloff, Phyllis Sklut, Richard Okonow. Third Row-Barry Seidel, Theodore Zutz, Ralph Schwab, Ioel Seres, George Flarnm, Martin Cooper, David Schulman. Fourth Row-Don Cherr, Sidney Stein, Dave Good- man, Leo Zuckerman, Carl Goldberg, Larry Cooperman, Mark Rappaport. 85 I - , . M. 4 I . 5' PA-Y5ON T1 , IQXCX -mei. DT Secieafgkril. was-IYranCl'f5 Nstckef- wonso 'MCG-ee' Xmgxruci ZPJXGYKG K Seaqxft tw Qflfe xe . cwlof Pies.. St 5.56199 TES ' vdykef' . gn- -Sox Arrow t we Pl .tw WESLEY CLUB First Row-Miss Lura Hunter, Faculty Advisor, Dorothy Warren, Sec., George Simpson, V. Press Betty Boyce, Pres., Betty Whyte, Treas., Dr. Iohn Bunting, Iean Elliott. Second Row-Robert Kob, Alex Zabenko, Ianet Porter. Betty Linclell, Grace Bossard, Ioanne Hardy, Teel Dunn, Richard Timmins, Ioseph Harris. Third Row-Roberta Taylor, Nancy Puhl, Marcia Boone, Dorothy Ferguson, Dorothy Reynolds, Anne Louise Neave, Esther Fouracre. 84 -Y-,- x . .X rf' ..-I i , s. -' A Seqte 1 dxc . SIM Vqnsgnme Mtch PBIEIVDS ,. Em nf, Re 611, M f 'N' Barr mort D. to fs WS 'N W in, co-cheiggg Ruth EHR, AsiC:j'dHu5-gel C 1- -W V HIP V X , Medan QSC Webb LZQXBSD, 55119 Advfsor W ' -ch . iq ' cetf, Georgglgnqni Biijson Ollghton UIQ- CANTERBURY CLUB First Row-Carolyn Weimer, Dotty Iacobsen, Barbara Iacobsen, Marcena O'Brien, Marty Forsythe, lane Straughn, Iane Vannerson, Carole Welshons, Bobby Baker, Bill Hearn. Second Row-Mr. Ludlow, Eleanor Pearce, Robbie Stevens, Anne Appleford, Eleanor Williams, Bunny Weakley, lane Sherman, Sec., Betty Davies, Betsy Simon, Margaret Robin- SOII, Dean Daugherty. Third Row-lim Short, Gene Wooten, lack Hardy, Bob Dryden, Bob Bruce, Frank Wood, Ioan Greenheld. Fourth Row-Dave Sheehan, Paul Ellis, Pres.g Dick Saunders, Preston Ough. 85 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION Kcrte Leibrick, Sec.g Kenneth Bell, Recrdery lulie Richardson, Pres.: Dorothy Locke, Reader. l r , First Row-ldcz May Ladd, Trudy Gilgencrst, Sec.g Dorothy Kcxeks, Alice Iohnston, Lee Dcrnnehower, Mcrircx Ozolins Second Row-Ralph Gesell, Roger Browning, Georg Hdenlcring Icrmes Nichols, TTSGSJ Lembit Lilleleht, Pres. 86 Q! F 715 "4'-lI-IZ!JJI.'l'1'-l:P".7-U"'1'.IIIll"'.1'-IZ"" Uzmazzmn-122 We danced to the music of Vincent Lopez 5,52 E3 :rJmuu3L'I14IOZ and were entertained by the Fraternities E-52 brought us ci touch of the Orient in Marco Millions Nancy Schncxbel cmd Howard See-looch co-starred The snow storm of December 14 brought with it two conflicting effects. lt produced many beautiful scenes like the one pictured, but it also produced traffic conditions which prevented many disappointed couples from attending the Winter Formal. Among the missing was Ralph Flanagan, although most of his band Were on hand and carried on. 91 First Row-Iohn Loomis, lohn Buechele, Dick Goldberg, Bill Utt, Captain, Iack Ryan, Dick Evans, Skip Crawford. Second Row-Don Hess, Manager, Matt Lamkin, Frank White, Bob Green, lack McBride, lim Kruzinski, Coach Fred Emmerson. Basketball gave us many a thrilling evening's entertainment Captain Bill Utt and Coach Fred Emmerson discuss plans for the season. 92 Coach Fred Emmerson's sparkling l95l-l952 court squad turned in the best seasonal performance ever Wit- nessed in basketball here at the University, by Winning a record 17 games Cwhile losing sixj besides Wrapping up the Middle Atlantic title for the first time. Actually, the Hens copped l9 victories, if the pre- season exhibition routes over Fort Meade and Franklin and Marshall could be counted officially. If ever a basketball campaign had its share of thrills and mishaps, the hoop schedule of the past winter was the one. At the beginning of the season, Skip Crawford, who had previously been one of the standouts on the Erosh squad of a year back, stepped into the role of the Hen's leading point-getter, setting a blistering pace throughout the first half of the 23 game schedule. The soph ace was sporting a handsome l9 point average at the end of the first semester, when scholastic difficulties forced his withdrawal from the squad. Elongated Matt Lamkin met the same fate, and Emmerson was thus deprived of the much-needed ser- vices of these two proficient sophomores. As the first half of play ended, the Hens had established an 8-5 win-lose reading, St. Ioe's, Penn, and soon to be crowned N.I,T. champions, the LaSalle Explorers, all dealt out defeats to the Emmerson men. Another Pennsylvania school, PMC, ad- ministered a surprising lll-87 shellacking to Delaware in the Chester college's dirninuitive gym. W-f 25, :-- :Ina ' ' Big lim Kruzinski-senior center V was a standout this year. -- Senior Dick Goldberg I showed fine defensive work 1 ff and all-around plaY. , , ,A,. t.fafg,:,: ,. . ".- , -i f 'V' '-,! 111' If Sill: - 71225 -.V- 1 Q 'P ? . .. - 1 Q ' '. 'i " j .V ' 11 ",. t"-l 1 A S' ' flg., ... Q.,,,g--A ' 4:1 M915-:4 f' ,i94m,.-Q. 41, s' '1 tif 2 ff' f - I Dick Evans vainly attempts to block a shot by SWarthrnore's Ioe Carrol, if ,. lg, 95 i I After dropping a close 68-61 decision to Villanova at the opening of the second term, the Blue Hens began to move and captured nine straight triumphs. ln the process of compiling this remarkable winning streak, the Newark cagers snatched the Middle Atlantic flag out of the frantic grasp of the PMC Cadets. Following the aforementioned lll-87 defeat, the Hens bounced back and threw the league race into a deadlock for first place by taking the measure of themilitary men with a 57-46 score in Carpenter Field I-louse. In the playoff tilt, held at Swartl'1more's neutral Lamb- i, , , Miller Field House, lim Kruzinski and Frank .,,i , White were outstanding in leading their mates to the all-important 64-53 final win over the game , but outplayed Cadets, The Kruzer put on a great , .V rebounding performance, besides clicking on numerous hook shots, and contributed 22 points ,,,V, to the victory which put the Hens initial Middle Atlantic crown on ice. One point behind "Dodo" lf Arr' in SCOTUWQ WGS IGHQY Fwnk ' ' White, whose last minute sfis W splurge in the final quarter 5 gnlvu ,g,VV ,,,:,A., "fV- paved the way to certain victory. The conquest of 14.531515 Y PMC WGS OH OUfSfC1HCliUQ f,'ij Ill' feat, in View of the fact that dj lnll lf 'il, l,,Vl',, 2 Q Captain Bill Utt added his 'i" S name to the absent list by S fracturing his wrist in the ,fi .Q,- second meeting with runner- if ' up PMC' Tom Bueihele '..-, -competitive "'1' " y -'--' ' senior guard. '- -:--'-f --EL: ? l ' ' - f. Frank White-high scoring -1' sophomore forward. Frank White makes one good for two. W by wage 22 2 Q ? JJ- , .ff .,f ?"b ' A-af5'?.fff ' 'U , . I 9 W- 5 1 gf Md?" f JZ Z ' Y' ,QV ' ,V .t ' ff 'Y- E 7 ff ,, 'M , '91 I Q i 9 . C ' 1' Scrimmage in Swarthmore game on the home court. I 'ig fl Such stalwarts as Kruzinski, Goldberg, Utt, and Buechele -':V will be sorely missed from next year's squad. However, fig with Dick Evans back to serve as captain-elect for next winters quintet, which will be composed of veterans .',' ,,",, White, Crawford, Lamkin, etc., Fred Emmerson shouldn't have cause to lose his easy-going disposition. reefs sgei Bill Utt, this year's cap- tain, was the play-maker who helped the team to Dick Evans is the attain its smooth team- newly elected work. l952-53 captain. ggilggfiii .,' , Delaware SEASON'S RECORD Opponent 8l .......... . . Washington College ...,...... 62 87 .... Muhlenberg ....... ..... 8 8 80 .... Lehigh ....... .... ..,.. 6 2 70 .... Temple ....... ..... 6 0 70 .... Iohns Hopkins . , . . . . . .52 81 .... Rutgers ..,,... ..... 5 7 44 .... La Salle ..... ..... 8 5 90 ..,. Swarthmore . . . . . . . .60 84 .... Drexel ...... ..... 5 2 54 ..,. Penn ....... ...,. 7 9 81 ..., Ursinus . . ..... 52 50 .... St. Ioe's ..,. . . .69 87 .... PMC ....,.. .... l ll 6l..,. Villanova ....68 81 .... Haverford ..,..,. ..,,. 4 5 57 .... West Chester .... ..... 4 7 81 .... Ursinus ....... . . .54 68 .... Lafayette . . . . . .67 66 .... Drexel ...... . . .53 74 ........ . . ....... Swarthmore . . . . . .55 79 ,............,...... Haverford ....,.... ............ 4 6 57 ,.................,...,. PMC .,.........,................ . . .46 Playoff at Swarthmore against PMC-64-53 Delaware, Middle Atlantic Champions. 95 The Seniors bo , r shift of Cheerleaders took over for the basketball season. New uniforms' gotten toward the end of the season added color to the games, Wed out and the Winte Co captams Polly Geller and Bob Rudrow Flrst Row Marlanne Remke Ernest Bosetti, Bobble Martm Frank Ba 11 K y s ay Kmghton. Second Row Mary lane Guenveur Gay Cloward gr 'i Si. 'iii 1 ZOOCYD ' ' 9256? 'ef -w ,U me x 'SEO ' iR? I,.r:s . y, V, Vi' sr T'7 inf 1 X 1 E ' 'aw fs ., ,N Front Row-Coach Harry Rawstrom, George Ester, Dick Goodley, Bill Reybold, George Flamm, Tony DiMaio. Second Row-Art Vandepool, lack McDaniel, Marty Apostolico, Charles Lloyd, Captain, Robert Agnor, Ted Zutz, lack Harper. Third Row-Charles Presnell, George Comegys, Omar Steward, Art Mayer, Ierry Keogh, Lorin Krusberg. The Swimming Team brought more prestige to' Delaware Good swimming teams have come to be the rule at the University of Delaware under Coach Harry Rawstrom, and 1951-52 was no exception, as the swimmers swept to a record-breaking 9-1 log in dual competition. Winning three in a row before dropping a meet to Lehigh, Middle Atlantic Champions, the mermen won their final six straight and ran up a total of 554 points, to their oppo- nent's 235. Twelve men received Varsity letters at the end of the season. Charlie Lloyd was team captain, and supplied much of the team spirit. Lorin Krusberg, a sophomore, turned in a brilliant performance to take high-scoring honors for the year with 71 points. Art Mayer with 70, Charlie Presnell with 68, and George Ester with 65, closely followed. Together, these five totaled over halt the team's points. De1aware's opponents might note that all of this quartet will return' next year. This was a year of records for the swimmers. Seven school records were set, along with three for the pool, three for the pools oi some oi our opponents, and three for the freshmen, Art Mayer was the leading record breaker followed by Krusberg, Keogh and Ester, Goodley, Agnor and Apostolico, in that order. At the close of the season, the Middle Atlantic Swim- ming Championship meet was held in Taylor pool, and SEASON'S RECORD Delaware , Opponent 69 ,........ ..,. W est Chester .................. 14 43 ........ .... L a Salle .,,........,,,......... 41 52 .... .... F ranklin G Marshall ..... . . .32 26 ,... .... L ehigh ...........,... . . .58 76 ..,. .... P MC ................ . . . 8 63 .... .... S warthmore . . . . . .21 68 .... .... D rexel ....... . . . 16 59 .... .... T emple ...... . . .25 53 .,.. .... L afayette ........ . . .31 45 .... .... P ennsylvania .... . . .39 Delaware won its greatest glory, by finishing second only to Lehigh. B This was one of the youngest and best of De1aware's teams, and it appears that swimming fans can look forward to good things for many years to come. 97 Front Row-Tom Bratton, Don Rumer, Paul Catts, Armand Angulo, Charles Rodriguez, Frank Stevens, lim Michael, Tom Schultz. Back Row-Whitey Burnham, Coach, Gene Holland, Bob Goodman, Frank Nickel, Richard Connell, Co- Mgr., Richard Fisher, Co-Mgr. This Yecrr's Wrestlers Had the Best Season in U ot D History Wrestling continued in its post-war surge to glory at the University of Delaware, as Coach Whitey Burnham's grapplers won six, lost one, and tied one, in dual competitions. This gave the l95l-52 team the distinction of the best record in the history of Delaware's wrestling teams. A total of l6'7 points was amassed, as opposed to 88 for the opposition, along with the amazing record of 27 pins to 4 in favor of Delaware. Led by Captain Paul Catts, lim Michael, and Tom Schultz, the grapplers took four matches be- fore the coming of mid-years saw the team weak- ened by the loss of Vince Stallone, capable l67 pounder. The long lay-off accounted for the l5-l5 tie at the hands of Drexel. A strong Bucknell aggregation upset the Blue Hens l8-lU. However, l Coach Whitey Burnham G Captain Paul Catts the grapplers were back on the beam with wins over Ursinus and Muhlenberg by identical scores, 23-ll. Coach Burnham had the usual strength in his heavies this year, with lim Michael and Tom Schultz leading the way with 33 and 30 points. Michael's 33 points set a new school record, breaking the 31 he set last year. Power in the lower weight divisions showed a marked gain, as Lennie Clapp and Don Rumer split 40 points between them. Captain Catts and Charlie Rodriguez followed with 16 points apiece, closely trailed by lerry Angulo, who had 14. Vince Stallone garnered lU points, while Tom Bratton and Frank Stevens, who joined in mid- season, totaled 5 and 3 points respectively. After the close of the regular season, the grap- plers journeyed to Swarthmore to take part in the l4th annual Middle Atlantic Collegiate Wrest- ling Association Championship meet. The Hens emerged in fourth place, with Tom Schultz win- ning the heavyweight title. Delaware SEASON RECORD Opponent 29 ....... . . . Haverford ..... ...... . . 3 23 ..... . . . Lafayette ..... ..... . 13 20 ..... lohns Hopkins ....ll 24 ..... . . . Swarthmore . . . . . 5 15 ,.... Drexel .... .-H15 lO ..,.. Bucknell .... .--.18 23 ..... Ursinus ....... ....ll 23 ..... Muhlenberg -ll 98 INTRAMURAL WINTER SPORTS This year the INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL cham- pionship was won by Theta Chi of the National League. The FOUL SHOOTING tournament Was Won by Sigma Nu with a total of 113 points. Sigma Nu won the SWIMMING championship With a total of forty-two points. Results of the INTRAMURAL WRESTLING matches Were: 130 lb. class ......,.... Frank Baylis-Sigma Nu 137 lb. class ....... Bob Collingwood-Sigma Nu 147 lb. class ........ Nelson Wilcox-lndependent 157 lb. class ........ Charles Presnell-Sigma Nu 167 lb. class ......., Bill Goodwin-Kappa Alpha 177 lb. class ....,w..,....., loe Lank-Sigma Nu 191 lb. class ..... .... B ob Hagerty-Theta Chi Heavy-Weight ..,.,....... Bill Craver-Theta Chi Results of the INTRAMURAL BOXING bouts Were: 128 lb. class ............ Tom Bratton-Sigma Nu 136 lb. class ......,.A.... Don Rumer-Sigma Nu 145 lb. class ..... .... P aul Catts-Sigma Nu 155 lb. class ........,..... loe Miller-Theta Chi 155 lb. class ...... ......... B ill Re-ybold-Sig Ep 175 lb. class ....... Dale Wilhelm-Kappa Alpha 191 lb. class .......,., Gene Murray-Theta Chi Heavy-weight .... ....... B ill Butler-Theta Chi ' f .1 ii- 99 vkkizrzuzwwi. .., Two sports, bowling and fencing, were new additions to the Womens Athletic Association this year. They were both enthusiastically re- ceived and will in all probability have a greater following in succeeding years. WAA bowling, managed by Frances Miller, was conducted in the Newark Bowling Alley. The girls used these alleys at reduced rates by setting up their own pins. There were eight teams who competed in the tournament. WAA Fencing was organized into a club consisting of eight members. Their activities were somewhat limited because of the small membership and the small amount of equipment. However, the girls met once each week and received instruc- tion from Mr. Roland Walls. Miss Durant acted as faculty advisor. 100 m WINTER SPORTS Swimming, badminton, and basketball were tween the winners of Tournament A and Tourna- managed by Dinny Wells, Alice Iohnston, and ment B. "Mary's Lambs", a New Castle team Nancy Goyne, respectively. defeated the "Topsy Toppers" in a close contest Below are shots from the play-oft game be- 1 ml 101 BUSINESS STAFF Ch The Undergraduate Weekly Arnold Lieberman Business Manager First Row-Pat Emmett, Sue Emmott, Betty Menges, Frances, Geasey, Olive Smith, Marjorie Peterson, Sally Moore, Edith Lupton, Minerva Gatta. Second Row-Arnold Lieberman, Teddy Zutz, Alfred Isaacs, Faith Orloft, Hope Orlotf, Harriet Lewis, Alice Martin, Larry Cooperman, Mr. George Henry, Faculty Advisor, 102 Q . fha University of Delaware fl-'N' thnx Qi it U In vlhux Jiri, ' ,I :W WHS? J Don Kiddoo Rewf U' T Editor EDITORIAL STAFF First Row-Gilbert Kolller, Don Kiddoo, Roger Browning, Harvey Porter, Glenn Dill, Ted Sandstrom, Neal Robbins, lack Fairchild. Second Row-Ianet Var1Sant, Mary Keetz, Sue Conway, Betsy Simon, Dorothy Iacobsen, Ieanne Cashman, Carol Kolb, Sally Cunningham. Third Row-Virginia Carmer, Peggy Muth, Letty DePace, Betty 'Pillow, Nancy Murphey, Mitzi Greeley, Dorothy Kaeks, Phyllis Sklut, Trudy Gilgenast, Claire Alava, Betty Davies, Ann Ferguson. Fourth How-Torn Hadfield, Stan Hughes, Tom O'Donnell, Nancy Kroger, Doris Green, Geraldine Weinroth, Helen Lilley, Barbara Itzkowitz, Nancy Brooks, Dorrance Barrell. 105 . , , .412 r fi? 1 , 1. K .- arp. f,e ?l?ffIf5-'sf , ,. 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Staff Madeline McElwee Cynthia Fiery Ioyce Leap Betty Davies Barbara Thompson Ida May Ladd Womens Sports Editor Men's Sports Editor . . Staff Sally Matthews Sue Brown . . .Ann Ferguson . . . .Peggy Muth ........,...Sue Conway Dick Timmins Nancy Peck Mary Ann Rehluss Shirley Taylor Martha Berg Doris Simon ...Janet Vansant ..........Neal Robbins Barbara Baker Arlene McGee Dorrance Barrell Art Editor .... Staff loanne Roth Paul Catts . ...Clark Mac Wright Eleanor Williams t X. I, W Esther R. Simon L K- Editor Ill -za. Seated-Neal Robbins, Peggy Muth, Esther Simon, Sue Conway, Tanet Vansant, Ann Ferguson. Standing-Dorrance Barrell, Mary Ann Rehfuss, Nancy Peck, Madeline McElwee, Bob Stark, Barbara Thompson, Ida May Ladd, Eleanor Williams, Sue Brown, Doris Simon, Ioanne Roth, QK STAFF NEEDLE AN Tob ev ,,N qncY A How Secon k Bob Davis gn. Drobeif 1 . lane Sbeffn ,Claus Margaret Seevy Mitchell. Thud Row Dottie Reilnolds' d'tor: lean Ax-Chef Co-6 1 . Cy Keddc' First Rowgjfixiizon, Co-ecliiOTi Edwcr Cha!-1Oll9 i1Yii5 CAULDRON STAFF Seated-Sue Emmott Ba b , r ara Baker, Helen Handy, Barbara Rogasky, Ianet Shaw, Helen Lilley, Evelyn Liarakos, Editor: Dorothy Miller, Ianet Boutin, Edith Lupton, Clara Orsini, Pat Emmott. Standing-Betty Pillow, Iac-k Fairchild, Ruth Pollett, Bill Ferry, Business Manager: Norma Iampolski, Florence Chaiken. l IO6 GJ 2 mb WE: WRX y X , gn.. -Q.-qw qlllh 'W-gt, !"Il 'if , ' i g,... , ix' Y K In P 0 f Q Na ' X9 Q ? 4 ,fig :- A G N I 1 1214 0 .F U 7 X 1? 'ffl fn 'H . 'f'f ,f::1' WEE. X., Q 'VA ,, W! ff JW' N f ' v QT Qffkiwi Ii. it K? QW lk, X! ll X xt 'Lf' if XQ 1 xx X ft. 4 ', R '- lzk J jfffffj N Ck' 'X' XXIA1- " ff E' 'Q ff gl' A Qs, 'WZ 0+ Y ' N '22 WW f - A , - , 4, 1f'i' x 'ffrq .j7' 11.17 V 1' 'lr ,'1fC"'f:l"" 7 f SIGMA PHI EPSILON "Submcrged'J by H. Stuart Cottman 6: Le-Vergne Shaw Director: Len Drazek Tv2:1:2:22:::?Q"t::AvAv v 7 ' N f . rf rg I D- -'mm If-.1 D D III wg. vw I 093 fllp x r U QA' T40 I I rl ID NU www WY? 'Q Offf -I WK W W ef J, 80 XG Asa . KO 06 A1 S a T. Oak 532616 'LHC Dwecto EC-5107. 6 'L ' 01660 gf 53.2006 iii 63006 Mio and 5E5E r' 1' +:+ , 3 r' PQ +' 1 L r' , JUDGES 44 Z, DR. NED B. ALLEN 13 DR ARDWINJ ouo ', , .D 'P C : Q DR. Lnvcouv ARMSTRONG 4 r et . oafth f wc Ed 1 N' W 1 7 , 1 9 5 2 giilg Hanfebo I L 1 6 3' n d H he Ac-,Cu sack A P R 8.15 P.m. JY u O15 ' Dwect Mitchell Hall x CHO BY INTE RAL OFFERING -D-v--"" "A'AvA: RFRA TERJVITY CHOIR 1 DEEP RIVER S I DANCE. My CO ' . . OLD M,.1NNOA:RADDS ' , vuli ' ' . ' ' ' 5J'l?zbZyE 4' 0404 . 6,11 Jia,-J.6a!!8aQ1'a'6'er2 108 7261? 7- 1' 60!07H ew INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL First Row-lim Cranston, Alpha Tau Omega, lim Hoey, Kappa Alpha, Dick Harris, Kappa Alpha, lohn Brady, Phi Kappa Tau, Harry Dunn, Theta Chip Ed Stout, Theta Chi, lohn Roseberry, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second Row -Fred Brown, Sigma Nu, William Nicoll, Sigma Nu, Ed Milligan, Delta Tau Delta, lim Maxwell, Phi Kappa Tau, V. Pres., Dean Daugherty, Faculty Adv., Ralph Gesell, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres., Alfred Isaacs, Alpha Ep- silon Pi, Secy,, Harold Prettyman, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas., Dewees Showell, Delta Tau Delta. FRATERNITIES First Row-Sandy Ackerman, Scribe, Cy Kaplowitz, Lt. Master, Don Cherr, Flamm, Dave Goodman, Steward. Third Row-Barry Seidel, Sgt-at-Arms, Dave Master, Dick Okonow, Exchequer, Second Row-Bob Goodman, George Schulman, Ted Zutz, House Mngr. Fourth Row-Sid Stein, Iack Frankfurt, Ioel Chamlin, Leo Zuckerman, Member-at-large, Ioe Glick, Corr. Scribe, Spike Seres, Leonard Rosenbaum, lay Paul, Carl Goldenberg, Henri Bertuch, Ralph Fink, Alfred Isaacs, IFC Delegate, Mark Rappaport, Larry Cooperman, George Schwab. w. ,ji -, 5 2 ' V 13:35,-5" .4 ' . 4 IW' ff QM 1' , ..,V ,.,, , .. ,ff H -... , ,.,- . :.: 1 '- - -' 1325 9 'Fif?7:f2Pz"'f1,1 .V V, , f.:m22??ff1?g' - T2-"1f"f""' L"'QX?2,,,g,,:'.' 4 , - 1 1. :vf:.,,1f.:-.,:A f ,, 1, , .. ,. -- ' 1 fl 'uf - 2 4' v- az.. . - V H .mf 1 V, w- . .xfwm -245115,-'fv:r-.,,::t,1s,' '!"iu.,".-1-, X , -, ., -q', ..,1-1+ -, f . 351 1 -1.',.. ' Q ,1::a,'-..+.,-I --1.-'-:r,:.a:: zffa 3 ..3-5,53-1,1,g21g:,-15" . ' , fp-.3 Q1 A 1 A 1 1 . 5 ' - ' ffl W f Tv 4 '43:'!1i':. v . 4' -2:2 nit- vw -'--- . , I, , ,, fm.. 1 34 ell f . 111 01 N K Pi CQ ' ' ' U ,f . 'QL-:'I . 6 r 5512121 S- ' Q A w 'D 'Gu I - 1 -AE First Row-Bill Walker, Alec Rogers, Harold Betts, Dick Hammond, Iim Scotton, Luke Broadway, Don Renshaw, Bob Taylor. Second Row-Don Vansant, Earl Walker, W. Usher, Dick Chappell, W. Scribe, Elbert Chance, W. Chaplain, H. Clark MacWright, Worthy Master, lim Cranston, W. K. ol Exchequer, Russ Myers, W. K. oi Annals, George Long, W. Sentinel, Iim McGraw, Third Row-Orion Schupp, Bob Hanby, Alden Bugher, Don Griffin, Randy Nichols, Iohn Bauer, lack Knapp, George Hammond, Bob Mackey, Ross Smith, Don Rittenhouse, Iay Steinover, Lenny Whann, lim Baker, Seward Iones. Fourth Row-Dyke Pollitt, Iohn Pugh, lack Elwell, Reds Pollitt, Tom Hopkins, Vaughan Fox, Bill Phillips, Al MacWright, Bob Iamison, Carl Schupp, Grant Lowe, Bill Atkinson, Ash Morland, Bill Harkins, Harvey Renshaw. First Row-Don Morton, Sharran Pepper, Orlin Anderson, Tom Phillips, Ed Milligan, Willis Hoch, Second Row-Bob Starks, Treas., Tom O'Donnell, Pres., Dean George Schuster, Faculty Member, Charlie Hann, V. Pres., Bill Moore, Rec. Sec.: Gene Wootten, Cor. Sec. Third Row-Bob Hastings, Lem Lilleleht, Don Godfrey, Dick Mulrooney, Dave Allen. Fourth Row-Bob DELTA TAU DELTA Wagner, Don Green, Walt Keithly, George Adkins, Ed Fogel, lack Fair- child, Warren Beh, George Nagy, Rog Wyatt. Fifth Row-Bob King, George Gronde, Dewey Showell, Ted Sandstrom, Glenn Dill, Bob Gedling, Bill McMaster, Iohn Schuermann, Art Eglington, Dorrance Barrell, Bart Mackey, Don Iunghans, Diz Day. if 5? fxdf' -'T llil N' l if ai Q QQUK-237 First Row-Iim Hoey, Frank Miller, Dick Gorman, Lee Stein, Bob Davis, lg Frank Swain, Bill Gorman, Marv Eggert. Second Row-Ronny Dodd, Bob Oggeniuss, Bob Baynard, lack Cunningham, lack Ryan, Tom Martin, Robert George, Charles Willis, Robert Swain, Third Row-Bill Conrad, Iirn Roberts, Iim Krvuzinski, Iohn Hukill, Tom Robinson, Dick Saunders, Doug Haller, Dave Kirkby, Ed Hoffman, Bob Wilyn, Dale Wilhelm, Iim Bueche, Neal Robbins, Bill Draper, III. Fourth Row-Lou Harrington, Iody Wortz, Ken Corrin, Ted Hughes, Burke Hill, Pete Runkle, Iim Williams, Morgan Knapp, Paul Hodgson, Dick Cecil, Fifth Row-Don Boorse, Ierry Buckson, Dick Thompson, Dave Lecrone, Ed Ralph, Gil Farrow, Iirn Connard, lim Gordon, Dick Harris, Tom Kramedas, Don Reath. 4 A 1 v M fl vo, ,E I if Bd , 1 UICSL, -1 II' G ' 4 1 - rf 1 A -- rl Q 9 . :ii '11 r lar 1 in ' QC, 151 "N l I I mga' 1 ll x qv lx-..-Nw., - , . .if M - First Row-Iames Bradford, Burns Wivel, William Hughes, Tom Brown, Ron Kreh, Russ Winselar, Ty Finch, Bob Leshem, Bill Scott, Ernest Chamorro. Second Row-Dick Harper, lack Scott, lack Beatty, Iohn Burpulis, Treas.g Richard Williams, Pres., Dick Clendaniel, V. Pres.g Ioe Cann, Sec.g lim Short, Gene Lent. Third Row-Ralph Iones, Faculty Advisor, Wayne Kirklin, Tom Runk, Emerson Adams, Gifford Crothers, Don Feeney, Dave Hoyer, Bob Reeves, Don Hornberg, Chick Carey, George Davis, Lindsay Iohnson, Dick Thomas. Fourth Row-Alton Sherrick, Sam Workman, lim Maxwell, Bill West, Dick Clynes, Bob Redden, Bob Lytle, Ioe Rashti, Bill Webb, Pat Diodato, Iim Michael, Fred Becker. 11 .,,W, r xl , - B Q X? 'ff 74,47 5 Q V 5 lf: l l l t 1 First Bow-Mike Sacco, Bob Alexander, Tony D'Onoirio, Frank Serpico, Wil- ser, Harold Henderson, Iay Vickee, Frank Stevens, Bob Stevens, Bill Sanderson, lard Thompson, lohn Fernandez, Herb Hackman. Second Row-Harold Pretty- Pete Petrucci, Phil Taylor, Howard Graham. Fourth Row-Herb Heyl, House man, Tucker Ware, Treas., Pete Peifer, V. Pres., Stan Alexander, Pres., Bob Mngr.g Milton Adams, Vernon Huber, Iames Cowan, Bill Downham, lim Down- Fisher, Sec., George Palmer, Pledge Master. Third Row-Norm Wilson, Bill Key- ham, Bob Pillow, Don Burris, Steve Butcher, Ben Mountain, Don McFadden. QW TFKA First Row-Harry Loose, Sentinel, Iim Schaubel, Norm Williams, lack Bunkle, Ed Minehan, Iack Thompson, Howard Forster, Ierry Angulo, Dean Dahlen. Second Row-lack Loose, Bill Singly, Bryan Field, Dick Foster, Chaplain, Skip Mayhew, Reqorder, Paul Catts, Commander, Iack Ponton, Lt. Comdr., Bob Wilcox, Treas., Gene Trivits. Third Row-Ken McLellan, Reporter, Torn Brattin, Frank Baylis, Don Rumer, Marshal, Charles Koenig, Bob Waples, Tom Schultz. Fourth Row-Fred Brown, I. F. Alternate, Ioe Lank, Don Phillips, SIGMA NU Pat Morris, Hugh Martin, Art Vanclepoel, Bill Covey, lack Raidy, George Ester, lack Harper, Dick Nye, Don Willenborg, Ray Haley, Charles Presnell, Bill Andrews, Bob Christfield, George Bramhall, Dan Enterline. Fiith Row- Bucl Keeler, House Mgr., Bo Quequierre, Bill McKinney, George Comegys, Don Lewis, Carl Wolf, Soc. Chairman, Tom Sheaifer, Don Vane, lack, Holston, lim Moneyrnaker, Duke Evans, Art Mayer, Dick Goodley, lack McDaniel, Bill Nicoll, LF. Rep. SQ.,-'lax 3, g f' If X X X ,, -1' Q , 1 I wi., L OWN "V: W First Row-Ed Phillips, George Tunis, William Ritchie, Warren Van Arsdalen, William Shockley, Pres., Arthur Butler, Donald Emory, Robert Boyce, Roger Betty. Second Row-Thomas Daley, Roger Browning, Donald Carmichael, Iohn Buechele, V. Pres., Paul Kern, Hist.y William Dick, Frank Hewlett, Comptroller, Gifford Nowland, SeCy.g Harvey Hirst, Ralph Gesell, Richard Hughes. Third Row-Roy Owens, Sabatino Russo, William Evans, William iv'-1-"A""'7""""1 Hi' Y 7 'Mira' ' ' "' " Fisher, Timothy Holland, Iohn Roseberry, Gilbert McCurdy, Ioseph Reybold, William Reybold. Fourth Row-William Vallar, William Doppstadt, Sherwood Ioy, Iames Knotts, Wilson Levis, Frank Young, Francis Albera, Iohn McBride, Iames Todd, Raymond Hoopes, Iohn Todd, Iames Winfield, Lawrence Dalton, Leonard Drazelc, Iohn Byrne, Glenn McKibbin, Rogers Fouracre, Iohn Gebhart. 019503 5:1111-2 . 'if 9 srlivkfai a Q Q. y, .a?.x.A16!9 .li xx ' - xl First Row-Bill Hearn, lohn Conway, Ingo Zeise, Ed Cunningham, lim Taylor, Dev McCarthy, Marshall Robinson, Andy Schmidt, Harry Hall, Don Montgomery. Second Row-Stan Hughes, Klaus Drobeck, Harry Dunn, Tony Cotoia, V. Pres., Don, Kiddoo, Pres.g Lou Shannon, Sec., Al St, Clair, Treas.g lack Tebo, "Duke" Bernado. Third Row-Ioe Sherwood, Bill Colona, Ioe ilwef'-ff-W '- Miller, Bert Nunn, Chuck Talpey, Ralph Barrow, Ed Stout, Ioe Stout, lack Messick, Bernie lanecki, Charles Hise, Fourth Row-Walter Martin, Vince Stallone, Ioe Williams, Vince Yokois, Gordon Murray, Don Aanestad, Charlie Frangos, Dan Ford, Gary Buckwalter, Dick Zuzek. Fifth Row-Gordon Mallett, Harry Hoiinagle, Dick Iackson. Lb A5 ,,?j-No V1 , ." vi .' .V fix 4' Q c-. 1 - w A+ Y s Avy I W X- 'A ' .Cv .iikrlx 'N if ,f xew.,,feg,. . ,. 'N .. - A J . ,, . . 4, .4-,v. YH, W .. 59,83 . Kd, .qi e.. 2, 1 M-2 1 3 ? 1 6 ' X J P f. 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' ,Q Q f--- 1 :- W:-QQ:-f -X ff 1-:fu 1" 'if P. 2 5 -13 , X 1. -:mf X ig , .u If.: vf V .,V. 551.35g1Qg:J1,:3:53i gli f g , .v--4 QQ?-E'x' If" 'TV "fi -' .".-.-,:4:YS7' ' " fEd'1v.S??5E9i5Qfiw,"'r,fjg,,.-,Q .pg-,,"'V 'fi' f-'fljx A 'ff ' 4- - -- q. m.f,-zqzgbgp I ,I 1--N - , vm f Q. wr- -4?2i2f:q:vi:w' '-W" - f :S.Caf4?'?w:-0-fzxgwefwf ,mu-.x,f, V ' -' r IVIEN S AFFAIRS First Row-Don Cherr, Tom O'Dormell, John Buechele, Pres., lim Short, Secy. Second Row- Dick Williams, Stanley Alexander, Bob Davis, Clark MacWright, Bob Stout, Cy Kaplowitz Don Kiddoo. 4 M.F.:N's DQRMITORIES First Row-Hossein Dowlatshahi, Otto Buchart, Leonard Clapp, Bob McNeil, Nealson, Third Row-Ned Gadsby, Paul Dolan, Bryon Babcock, Iames,Cook, Ierry Angulo. Second Row-Robert Latoff, David Annand, Edward Fielding, lim Schaubel, Louis Miller, Gerald Shpeen, Larry Hartnett, Bob Maull, Laird Ted Sandstrom, Charles Rodriguez, Frank White, Bill Drummond, William Ottman. ,meant 'K ' ZSOSUUU lr'r:"KbI-'I Ed Roemeff CGI- ,G rge Houghtori' ' k, Harfll' l Gooding Dom Wcdlonlo Sgccfgg Rgdilos SZ la Cuesluf hm Berwlc ' nu, 09. . 1 ' Evans, Bo In ' Van Pell, lohfl PQPCUOG Conduit, William First Row-Bob . , K Gmedas, Roger ' William T men Currerl, Fitzsimmons' First Row-lim Short, Ralph Peters, Kirk Banks, Bob Horne, Tom Hocker, Donald Aanestad. Second Row-Biddle Foster, Bob Collingwood, David Donovan, Dick Zuzek, Howard Seebach, lrven Rinard. Third Row-Vincent Yokois, Dave Hastings, Fred Baker, Hans-Dieter Hain, Dick Sklut, Georg Haenlain, George Chaloupka, William Eisenberg, Dick Greenstein, Tim Chilton. HOUSE COUNCIL Y k 's Treas- David Lecrone, Sec., lim Short, Pres., Richard Lohmarm, h Loomis, Robert Horne, Edward Seated-Vincent o or , ., , Resident Advisor. Standing--lo rx ' ' EH' V. Pres., Dr. Frank Sommer Roemer, Fred Baker, Thomas Hooker, Davrd Hasimgs, Pam 1s. HARTER HALL ,Q 133 Seated-Franklin Mclviullan, David Fehsenfeld, V. Pres., Achille Morland, Ir., Pres., Irvin Carty, Sec.-Treas.g Robert Dryden, Ir. Standing-Keelin Fry, Walter Garber, William Nice, Alvin Major, Ir., Thomas Hopkins, Reading Pollitt, Ulrich Kroener, Heinze Breymeyer, Ira Garbutt. MOSHER HALL First Row-Robert Cornwell, lim Palomba, Tony Cotoia, William Smith, Iirn Meyers, Frank Stevens, lim Cooper. Second Row-Robert Hagerty, Ted Michael, Bill Craver, Ken Beith, Cy Kaplowitz, lim Carbonetti, Bucky Walter. Third Row-lack Donovan, Tom Iones, Bert Nunn, Sal Gambone, Frank Gyetvan, Rocky Carzo, Bob Stevens. Fourth Row-Ron Thomp- son, Proctor, lohn DeGasperis, Dan Ford, Matt Lamkin, Don Montgomery, Don Miller, Ed Parker, Bill Annonio, Charles Searioss, Ben Mountain, Clinton Cannone, Frank D'Armi. Fifth Row-Tom Redfield, Keith Mallet, Bob Marsden, Gene Holland, Paul Mueller, Tom Oves, Pete Carlson, Frank Serpico, lohn Micich, Bill Doppstadt, lohn Bodine. TRAINING HOUSE ,WMM ,fm x.,1r"' ' f -' 1" Tw ' ' . . , x ' . iflf f? A f-4 , - J y -iw 2 4 , K -P531 'J . gym, , Ipxs K WX' f- Wx- . ' 7 X5 , . 1 , ,. ,V 1 N -Ti: A . 1 .. . I - 5 x .,: w:S..:.:? gi, 6 ff, --ff-.,.V.X..,A , X ' , g1.x.f1xsgs,:i,.1--: -1' -' 1 1' X ' .,,,.W.,.,. x K N ff. 5 KENT' .1 1 f ,, L- . . - ' X X: lg: xx: .. ,. I5 .Q N .1 K in -0 . - I. -1 u n u ti X -gg K 5,-3, A L, A5 rl N M A P t :iii - f -um xv .1. M, - ...pg- --vm ""'Q35Sf.,ax:5-.,f1,.Qf?N'wfmemei-5X , A -- - "M---.WfX'MN'm., ' "2 , x 'er " -QQ.v,Y::ax- ... ' " ' :'5ffW-Nz.-':-., -, W 'lil N v Y' ' WOMENS AFFAIRS Seated-Susan Brown, Betty Boyce chairman' Ann Catts, Io C , , anna onaway. Standing- Dean Amy Rextrew Barbara Wynn Ioan Hoffm n M B , , a , ary ueche, Esther Fouracre, lean Sloman, Audrey Ullmann, lane Winters. WOMEN 'S DORMITORIES 137 First Row-Linda Smith, Eunice Downing, Martha Thomas, Barbara Nast Evelyn Strawbridge, Christine Rehtuss, Marcena O'Brien, Betty Andrews Mrs. Smith, Housemother. Second Row-Iuli Ietterson, Virginia Larson, Treas., Louise Bigton, Barbara Holmes, Barbara Iones, Mary Elizabeth Appleby Betty Paul, Lois Conaway, Elsa Milby, Soc. Chairman. Third Row-Ridga- way Weakley, Lois Humme, Gail Conway, Lucy Darby, Martha Murphy, Norma Parkes, Phyllis Schulman, Stu. Head of Houseg Frances Stafford, Patricia Baxter, Carol Morgan, Carol Haworth, Eleanor Lipman, Fourth Row-Charlotte Phillips, Iean Tull, Fire Capt., Genevieve Baird, Mildred Blaine, Sec., Lois Furnish, Ann Short, Eula May Bunting, Ianet Morris, Ann Lloyd, Barbara Landy. i -T-is Vi f 159 af , A A First Row-Evelyn West, Rita Timmons, Angela Neilen, Pat Ingram, Ellen Ungerleider, Ann Miller, Ruth Ann Williams, Lynn Missimer, Carol Conklin, Eleanor Pavomi, Second Row-Sue Garner, Marilyn Smith, Treas.g Ruth Hahne, Fire Capt., Grace Harrison, Margaret Taylor, Ioyce Leap, Iune Lapetina, Suzanne Parrott. Third Row-Roberta Conner, Mary Emily Miller, Ioyce Steinmetz, Pat Alepa, Charlotte Goodley, IOCm Steinmetz, Audrey, Frazier, Carol Nabb, Sec.g Lois West, Barbara Lyon, Nancy Curry, Maira Ozolins, Shirley O'Day, Ass't. Head of House: Phyllis Sklut, Miss Priscilla Ortiz, Housemotherg Sandra McElheny, Fourth Row-Barbara Wynn, Carol Boyer, lean DeVries, Nancy Peck, Stu. Head oi Housey Ann Herbst, Ioan Roman, Soc. Chairman, Laurice Albed, Martha Berg, Barbara Itzkowitz, Mary Straughn, Lois McKay, Ann Moore, Virginia Benator. H X A N O V E R 141 First Row-Harriet Levin, Geraldine Weinroth, Barbara Cramer, Beverly Lois Hess, Mary Anne Simpson, Betty lean Ireland, Stu. Head of House, Iennings, Barbara Copps, Connie Curfman, Betty Iane Coulter, Treas. Gail Longeneclcer, Nancy Kroger, Merrily Burtord. Fourth Row-Estella Second Row-Helen Bullock, Housemotherg Lucille Sala, Cornelia Watts, Outten, Ianet Monteith, Patricia Sanner, Betty Ann Paughley, Margaret Barbara Day, Doris Green, Sally Ann Lewis, Ioanne Wood. Third Row- Brenner, Virginia Picker, Fire Capt.g Shirley Ford. Betty Noyles, Ruth Steele, Sec., Faith Ward, Marilyn Nord, Ann Holland, 4t':.E.:av-1 - A "xi: . 1 2, If jx wfQ fx 31'S,?'n.r .mu-W, .L Q- .L-six... ,Si gt 7. +?,x 35 . 5 HQ ,,,.. xys-K Ns, ,Q we-rv wp 'r'L3r19"' 'Qfss 1 H" va ax w. SN f .--A wk "" i .ex 'ff .Q First Row-Irene Roman, Carolyn Williams, Grace Bossard, Ioanne Roth, Sue Pratt, Pat Adkins, Iacqueline Ioyes, Shirley Truitt, Ioan Damico, Minerva Gatta, Nancy Goyne, Second Row-Dot Kaeks, Sue Anderson, Alice Iohnston, Mary Brown, Sports Mgr.p Martha Forsyth, Quiet Hours Chairmang Marguerita Grant, Social Chairmany Ioan Greenfield, Ass't. Head of House, Ann Catts, Head of Houseg Doris Simon, Treas.g Ruth Pierson, Fire Capt.: Mrs. Pauline Forwood, House Directory Mary Lou Pinder, loanne Kowaleski. Third Row- Helen PurdY, loan Wesler, Iacqueline Erdman, Nancy Newton, Doris Crouch, Verna Lair, Iane Sherman, Barbara Oehlers, Florence Twiford, Nona Bradford, Suzanne Emmerling, Trudy Gilgenast, Nancy Brooks, Sue Ferver, Polly Goller, Nancy Perper, Florence Hafner. Fourth Row-Nancy Sterling, Rae Stark, Lynn Baugher, Ieanne Boyce, Margaret Lockerman, lane Straughn, Hall Duty Chairman, Marilyn Parker, Rae Priestley, Charlotte Kessler, lean Gibison, Carolyn Cook, Grace Schulze, Barbara Martin, Barbara Hoch, Lois Alava, Fifth Row-Louise Keene, loan Gibison, Virginia Loomis, Ann Colona, Ioyce Davis,Neatness Chairmang Ann Nacovsky,Iune MacDonald. lI'1IF"-ECDUIO 145 First Row-lane Banks, lanet Smith, Louise Briefman, Barbara Nespor, Mary Clark, Gay Cloward, IoAnn Yerkes, Ann Harkins, Ioyce Whaley, Dorothy Meliclc, Delores Maloney. Second Row-Ioyce Winter, Neatness Chairman, Mary Ellen Bull, Fire Capt., Alice Jefferson, Treas., Ioanna Conaway, Stu. Head of House, Mrs. Patterson, House Mother, Alison Buckley, Asst, Stu. Head of House, Kathleen Adams, Quiet Hour Chairman, Marion Kasowski, Hall Duty Chairman. Third Row-Carolyn Clark, Florence Chaiken, Dorise Devine, Ann Ferguson, Sally Schwartz, Laura Kish, Marilynn Colwell, Nancy Gast, Margaret Paif, lean Suderley, Margaret Robinson. Fourth Row- Charlotte Hutson, Martha Drappo, Anna Mae Ryon, Audrey Butler, Ann Massoth, Cynthia Seidel, lanet Kennedy, Dorothy Locke, Ruby Fisk, Barbara Smith, Elaine Ough, Carolyn Clift, Elizabeth Hurley, Virginia Macarewicz, lean Smith, Norma Hampstead, Helen Macklin, Fifth Row-Patricia Reed, Dana Lamb, Nancy Iones, Marie-Claud But, Alice Crispin, Frannie Geasey, Frances Oliphant, lane Hollingsworth, Virginia McQuaid, Ianice Thompson, Hilda McCabe, Diana Lease, Elizabeth Badertscher, Doris Sadowski, Doris Armentrout, Mary Little, Kate Leibrick. Q ,I NBER 5 1 fi Z, EQ ...J 1- ' 147 First Row-Barbara Stillman, Arlene McGee, Beverly Bacon, Alice Martin, Letitia De Pace, Betty Pillow, Penvia Green, Roberta Taylor, Shirley Taylor, Mary Keetz, Florence Houston, Dorothy Miller. Second Row-Loretta Mar- shall, Marian lmperiale, Betsy Simon, Nancy Klussman, Imogene Strikol, Ida Mae Ladd, Edith May Lupton, Helen Lilley, Betty Boyce, Mary Turner, Dorothy Iacobsen. Third Row-Evelyn Liarakos, Mrs. Rose Derrow, House Mother, Dorothy Reynolds, Hall Duty Chairman, Betty Davies, Quiet Hours Chairman, Ianet Vansant, Historian, Eleanor Pearce, Treas., Susan Brown, Stu. Head ot House, Frances Saito, Eire Capt., Shirley Burns, Sports Mgr., Pat Fleming, Social Chairman, Phyllis Schaeffer. Fourth Row-Hester Zeiger, Nancy Russell, Shirley Kuckenbacher, Ieanne Cashman, Bert Hendrikson, lean Lord, Susan Graves, Roberta Stevens, Iean Rowland, Sue Conway, Ann Appletord, Kay Alston, Barbara Baker, Grace Ann Goodrich, Barbara Battin, Ianice Russo, lane Vannerson, Merle Lank, Barbara Iacobsen, Chris- tine Walton. Fifth Row-Edna Evans, lane Marshall, Mary Ann Biter, Mary Ann Rehfuss, Marianne Kirkpatrick, Alice Gorny, Barbara Thompson, Ellen McQuaid, Ruth Ann Webb, Eleanor Williams, loan Stiltz, Sue Emmott, Carole Welshons, Iane Evans, Isobel Brown. Sixth Row-Esther Simon, Sally Matthews, lean Thomas, Eleanor Greeley, Charlotte Swanson, Marcia Murnma, Doris Buckalew, Louise Aydelotte, Alice Iane Matthews, Suzanne Nolde, lean Wilson, Natalie Roos, Marie Hutchinson, Teel Dunn. Chus O Ghaf 5: FIQIIS' A' B fm emma ' I Xnierdorm 'Pmzbgonf We worked hard T Hoi Dov Cleccralzons.. on qmm qamp Warne First Row-Sally Cunningham, Ioan Ford, Anne Marie Dumas, Carol Kolb. Second Row-Gerry Dye, Ioanne Cella, Fire Capt., lane Winters, Stu, Head of House, Carolyn Kendall, Marianne Reinke, Soc. Chairman. Third Row-Shirley Thomas, Miss Patricia Collins, Housernother, Betty Menges, Sec.-Treasg lane Martin, Mary Lou Phillips, Ginny Carmer, Pat Gerstenberg. KNOLL ef? 150 .-w uv-Q -4.4 W-1 ,,-K au- ef W' ""Y v v W-,Its-! First Row Ann Hoilida P t Ph'1l I - y, a 1 ips, Soc. Chairman, Ingrid Wahle, Hope Orloff. Second Row-Rae Brofsky, Fire Capt., Ruth Arak, Barbara Brown, Hall Duty Chairman, Miss Ioan Gearhart, Housemother, Ianet Miiliron, Edith Evans. Third Row-Faith Orlofi, Stu, Head of House, Barbara Lillquist, Sec.-Treas., Betty Kern, Lucy Lashar, Neatness Chairman, Betty Whyte, Marriette Lewis, Ioan Matthews, Ian Merrick. BOLETUS ,, ., if ffm ,. ,g ,, , ' f y 352223 gd if bw ?'Nf"g5Sy x ,4 ,J 4 if aria? 4' 5.944 'ii Y .4 HW ggi' 3, Q sf- '99 A 1 ' me S vw fa ff U if Us 955444 Mi Q Y "sm, f- - VC1., f" iif,v747"f1 E354 "He: E' www T N gwuifi ,W , ,Q , . w ., 3 ,X , K ' ik 1 : E fa ' " s 4 1 1 ' Q HSE 2 ,, 10 V. ' Z iff 0 ,ef-it 'w' .af " , - Q W5 'i . ,, , . '-' l c , 'Q-lfigiz, V ' ,- , fQ?'f:w i L - Q5 5 Qi- . 'V - - ? 1-Q:--11 va., fw W, if .4 H- ., . ' 3 ri i , .5 "wg ' , , ' 3 my ef f-,Qu-, sf ,5- Qf32f.i' if1?5 if . V' if, fy f f m.:-' .eu - ,f5jm" 14322. 1:55 4 K r Y , i, iv "HF aw ,ztjf-xizfam 5 ,. E. , V Zli . , . , , f " '!?"1" Qi, 31,3 1' 'f ' -+5 ,Q A '- .ftt:1ffs?f' f .' ' .ri n 5: 'wp .1113 355414 'Wg-3 4 , ,- ., ,. -, W.. , 15, 5515? :Q , n ,rg . mg-2 , 17 - A Q.-W1 '. 5 9 1- "Y " 2 ff 4' f if 5 if rf -14 " ,- -'sf' 1.2311 - ,. , N ,V-Q 1 ,1 ,. . .ff ' " , f , 151 First Row-Dorothy Ferguson, Nancy Puhl, Sally Carpenter, Martie Snyder. Second Row-Dorothy Delker, Nancy Murphy, Quiet Hour Chairman, Mary Lou Matthes, Treas.y Mary Ann Linclale, Stu. Head of House, Olive Smith, Asst. Head of House, Lee Dannehower, Soc. Chairman, Daisy Coffin, Hall Duty Chairman. Third Row-Miss Connie Mitchell, House- mother, Peggy Muth, lean Layton, Dot Fry, Pauline Pepper, Fire Capt., lanet Porter, Dorothy Warren, Neatness Chair- man, Ioan Glover, loyce Stein. TOPSY W ................-M a F' t R w-Mary Mundy, Marilyn Haley, Neatness Chairman, Tracy Williams, Ioan Archer, LGYIHG banas, rat Jsnnnon. ..e.....:l ' ' ' ' P ll ' Fire Ca t us o Row-Ioan McDaniel, Sports Chairman, Pat Lecrone, Soc. Chairman, Ioyce Trout, Shirley Clouser, Lois e egrine, p .7 Hope Draper. Third Row-Miss Ianet McFarland, Housemotherg Esther Klair, Ioan Liebert, Fire Captq Margaret Woodward, ' ' ' ' H Ch i any Anne McCormack, Stu. Head of House: Mary King. Marjorie Shank, Treas., Nancy Tobey, Quiet our a rm TURVEY 1 55 : ,.x MsfzQxm.v-m- New Cdsue Topsy, Turvey, Boletus. n February HcmOVer 13614 ,. . E if -. J' ,m I zux st ?xGCe XN mixer KI? Q 1 1X2 nd p fqceb Sue Brown, Hecrd of House at Warner, accepts the cup from Dean Rextrew 155 OM--E' E-B. 16th SUN XGR PR 156 With ELLIOT LAWRENCE cmd his ORCHESTRA OU? Music by the Delmelodicms 'T' , Februar 29 E WOMEN s WEEK END March Q' and 2 X41 We spent an Evening in Paris .ai Many dorms held parties on Saturday night and a vari- ety of activities on Sunday. . . . arranged by Womens Affairs under the leadership of Sue Brown, Ann Catts, and Betty Boyce. This year's musical, One Touch of Venus was one of the most ambitious under- takings ot E-52. Staging, lighting, and costumes were superbly done. Rod McWl'1erter and Ioan Matthews co-starred. if ii' The students chose the Cherry Blossom Princess from among these eleve ' ' n Well-qualified candidates. Lois Alava was this year's Cherry Blossom Princess. Under the Sponsor- ship of the News lou l - ma Company she represented Delaware at the annual Cherry Blossom F estival in Washing- ton, D. C. I . . K K A Q -1 - . 'sf 1 l Front Row-Shack Martin, Coachy Charles Abrams, Donald Carmichael, Richard Goldberg, Al Brodhag, Frank Serpico, lim Moneymaker, Dick Berl, Duke Evans, Back Row-Dick Wallaston, Asst. Mgr.5 lim Meyers, Lou Wright, Pete Carlson, Dutch Craumer, Dick Evans, Bill Shockley, loe Lank, Oscar Trivits, Mgr. Spring Heralds Baseball- The Blue Hen Baseball team of l95l enjoyed another successful season under Coach "Shack" Martin, finishing up with a record of ll wins and 8 losses. This continued Martins record of never having a seasons average at Delaware figure at less than 500. Captain loe Higgins, and out- fielders Larry O'Toole and Ioe Heim were the only graduating letter winners. The others make up the strong sector of the l952 team. VARSITY BASEBALL RECORD 119511 Delaware Opponent 4 ........ .. . Hofstra ....... ........ , . 3 6 ...... .. . Richmond ...... .,.... . . 2 4 .... Norfolk Navy ...,. 3 9 ..., Norfolk Air ...,. 8 6 .... ...EortEustis ....l2 6 .... ...WestChester... ....7 13 .... ...Navy ......... ....5 3 .... Bucknell ..... 8 5 .... ... Lafayette ....... . . . . 7 12 .... ... Muhlenberg .... . . .. 7 7 .... . . . Swarthmore .... . . . . 3 13 .... ... Iohns Hopkins .... .. .. 5 4 ,... ... Haverford ...... ..., U lU ..., ...Temple ...... ....5 9 .... ...Drexel ....lU 3 .... ...Rutgers ....,....... ....4 l .... Lehigh .............. ..... 5 12 .... .. . Franklin 5 Marshall .... . . . . 3 8 .... ...Ursinus ......,...... ....9 162 I-lmerica's National Sport Pete Carlson, Bill Shockley, and Lewis Wright were first line chuckers, and accounted for most of the team's wins. Hard-hitting Al Brodhag sup- plied much of the power at the plate, in addition to showing strength as catcher, while Ioe Lank, shortstop, and loe l-liggins, at second, guarded the middle of the infield. Steady Dick Evans held down the first base slot, and Chuck Abrams played third base, and had the highest batting average of the regulars. Dick Goldberg, Larry O"l'oole, Ducky Car- michael, and loe Heim patrolled the outfield, and strengthened the offense. The Hens fashioned four and five game win- ning streaks, and never lost more than three games in a row. Four of the games were lost by only one point. lt is hoped that the members of the l952 Blue Hen team Cpictured above-J will be as successful as their predecessors. At printing time the roster stacks up in this manner: Delaware . Opponent 2 ....... . . . Maryland .... ........ . . 4 4. ..... FortMead ...... ..... . .. 3 10 .... Virginia .......... 8 3 .... . . . Quantico Marines .. . . 6 4 .... .. . Port Belvoir ...... . . .. 4 lU .... Michigan .... 9 I 1952 Co-Captains Don Cherr Cleftl and Paul Catts with Coach Milt Roberts look forward to a highly successful Lacrosse campaign this Spring, Strong Lacrosse Teams are increasing this Sport's Popularity at Delaware Varsity Lacrosse continued its upward surge at Delaware under Milt Roberts. 1951 produced an enviable record of 8-5, with 147 goals scored to the opponents' 92. Don Swan and Haight West served as co-captains of the team, and Swan set a national intercollegiate record with 65 goals. Swan was the big gun of the team, carrying the scoring burden on his shoulders as he re- ceived A11-American recognition. But his team- mates will be the first to say that it was Swans all-around team play which made him so irn- portant to the team, Dan Cappel, Paul Catts, Dick Foster, and Ken Klatt all added to the powerful Delaware offense, while lohn Higgins, Iohn Kinter, Doug Greenfield, Don Cherr, and Carl Walbeck ably handled the defense. 'After beating Hofstra and V.P.1., the Hens dropped a decision to Virginia, and then came back to take four in a row before losing to Swarthmore, 9-4. Two more losses were followed by wins over Lehigh and Franklin and Marshall. Washington College beat the home team in their next-to-last contest, but a successful season was closed out with a 17-2 trouncing of Western Maryland. 165 LETTER WINNERS Dan Cappel, Paul Catts, Don Cherr, Dick Foster, Doug Greenfield, Doug Haller, lohn Higgins, Bob lohnson, Iohn Kinter, Ken Klatt, Gil McCurdy, Henry Morris, Don Swan, Carl Walbeck, and Haight West. VARSITY LACROSSE RECORD f1951l Delaware Opponent 7 ....... ..... H ofstra .... .......... 3 29 ,.... .,... V PI ......... ........ l 3 ...... ..... V irginia ......... ...... l 5 13 ...... ..... P ennsylvania . . . . . . . 8 14 ..... ..... L afayette ...... .... 6 14 ..... ..... W est Chester . .... 6 5 ..... ..... L ehigh .....,. ..., 4 4 ..... ..... S warthmore . ...... 9 9 ..... ..... H utgers .... ...... l 6 3 ..... ..... D rexel .........,.. .... 4 5 ...... .,... L ehigh ................ .... 4 22 ...... ..... F ranklin ci Marshall ..... .. U 2 ...... ,.... W ashington College .... ...... 1 4 17 ...... ..,.. W estern Maryland .... 2 147 92 TRACK Coach Ken Steers' trackmen engaged in five two-school meets during the l95l season, and could salvage only one victory. After opening the season with a heart-breaking 62172-63172 loss to Swarthmore, the thinclads beat Iohns Hopkins 75-5l. Then Swarth- more, Lehigh, and Muhlenberg in succession trounced the Hens. A little was gained from the season as the Mile Relay team took a seventh in the Penn Relays. Although the team had capable performers in Captain Curt Turner, Torn Baylis, Bill Dick, Bill Fisher, lim Iones, Harry Loose, and Don Vane, the depth necessary for a successful track season was lacking. With several fine freshman prospects in sight, and with many experienced men remaining for central support, the trackmen should make a more successful record in l952. VARSITY TRACK RECORD 119513 Delaware Opponent 62172 ..... .... S warthmore .... ....... 6 3112 75 .... lohns Hopkins .....5l 44 . . . .... Swarthmore .... . . . . .82 45 ... .... Lehigh ....... .....8U 52 .... .......... M uhlenberg .............. 74 Penn Relays-Placed 7th in MACT? A Mile Relay LETTER WINNERS Tom Baylis, Bill Dick, Bill Fisher, lim Iones, Harry Loose, Don Vane, Curt Turner. 164 VARSITY TENNIS RECORD 119519 Delaware Opponent U ....... .. . St. Ioseph's ..., ....... . .9 l .... ...l-laverlord... l .... ...WestChester.. U .... . . . Swarthmore . . . . . .9 2 ..,. ... Lafayette .. . . .7 4 .... Ursinus ........,... 3 .... ...Temple ...,......,.. 2 .... . . . Franklin CS Marshall .... . . . . .7 2 .... . . . Western Maryland A... . . . . .7 5 ..., ... LaSalle ......,..... . . .4 LETTER WINNERS Ed Clark, Larry Cooperman, l-lossein Dowlatshahi, Pete l-lill, Don Hottecker, Dick Mulrooney, Barry Seidel, Iohn Whann. VARSITY GOLF RECORD c1951p Delaware Opponent llfg .... , . . Franklin CS Marshall .,,....... 71!2 51f2 .... . . , Maryland ......,.. ,... 3 V2 6 .. WestChester l .. Pennsylvania l .. ...Lehigh ......... 4 .. ...Iohns Hopkins... ....5 l .. ...Temple ....,. ....8 4 .. ... Swarthmore .... . . . . .5 3 .. ...Lalayette... ....B LETTER WINNERS lim D'Angelo, lerry Eisenrnan, lack Guenveur, Richard Harris, Bill Pie, Ronald Watson. 165 SPRING INTRAMURAL SPORTS Last Spring the SOFTBALL championship Was Won by Theta Chi with an undefeated team through eleven straight games. William Bauerband of Alpha Tau Omega was the undefeated Winner of the intramural TENNIS tournament. Sigma Nu's VOLLEYBALL team, also undefeated, Won the championship in the American League, and then Went on to Win the playoffs with the National League. In the BADMINTON elimination, Don Martin of Kappa Alpha Was undefeated. Intramural athletics continued their fine record of athletic achievement this year. Coach Harry Rawstrom has directed thirteen intramural sports during the 1951-1952 season. Members of INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION repre- sent fraternities, men's dormitories, and other men's organizations on campus. To be eligible for a particular sport, either team or individual, an athlete must not have Won a varsity letter or par- ticipated on a varsity level in any college for that event. 166 E Z z s . 5 5 Y First How-Pat Meade, Shirley Clouser, loyce Steinmetz, Ioann Roth, Harriet Levin, Daisy Coffin, Ginny Carrner. Second Row-Betty Ireland, Margaret Seavy, Ianice Russo, Pres., Pattie Ingram, lanet Porter, Mary Little. Third Row-Flora Zucker, Marlene Feinglass, Io Masors, Publicity Chrmn., Iane Sherman, Sec.-Treas.g Ioan Steinmetz. MODERN DANCE CLUB The Modern Dance Club, along with its study ot dance techniques and original interpretations, has presented several dem- onstrations this year. Outstanding among these were the presentation of a dance concert at Mitchell Hall, the Christmas Pro- gram in cooperation with the Art and Music departments, playday and May Day demon- strations, and various performances given at high schools in this vicinity. Rehearsing for a duet. The Women's Aquatic Club, sponsored by the W.A.A., is a service organization composed ot Pa selected group of swim- mers. The aim of the club is to achieve perfection in synchron- ized swimming. This year the club sponsored a Swimming Clinic, gave a demonstration for Play Day, and topped oft the year with the annual spring show. The officers for this year were: Pres., Grace Ann Good- rich, Vice-Pres., Adele Feldman, Rec. Sec., Eleanor Williams, Cor. Sec., Alison Buckley, Treas., Isabelle Brown. The club was aided by Miss Maryann Waltz, laculty advisor, and Mrs. Bar- bara Rothacher. KI.eii to rightl-Mary Lou Pinder, Sue Ferver, G. A. Goodrich Isabelle Brown, Ida May Ladd, Virginia Wells, Evelyn Klahr Adele Feldman, Pat Thompson, Barbara Wynn, Eleanor Wil- liams, Dana Lamb, Alison Buckley. AQUATIC CLUB Discussing plans for the spring show, "Rippling Rhythms." 169 .w ln the spring, thoughts turn to outdoor sports. Lacrosse, a relatively new sport on C b ' ampus, rought out many enthusiasts Cupper lettl. This sport was under the management of Barbara Thompson this year. After dinner softball proved to be an interesting pastime Cupper rightl. Tennis players with varying degrees oi skill participated in the singles and doubles tournaments under the direction ot Doris Simon, manager flower leftl. This was the second year that an archery tournament was held A ' . surpris- ing amount of skill was shown by the participants flower rightl. 4-1- 1 4 pri' 1 . Q 31 Sl 4 I I I -"v . ' , A . ix tl., ,A y, gzgsx 5 if , P 'wvww , , ., -,,. . .h --1:1. . 'IRQ'-,2"'fi:iL's',: ' Nrizeir'-" , f 9' x hm . ly."-gf--w:.s::::: in-zsvigggg -- QA --'-mr.,--,:1N-RQ-. ,.uff: :::5::5r ,fafwxfx as M..-z . " ' www .. 'if -532 1Qfee.g24:: .4 Qffiigr-' - Q ,,,, ... x , Xi A , .A J w A .Qffgm ' .Lf gi' 'rf -Xvgsjyx Q 1 Q- P ?z:fi'r:fQ'::f f :mg 4k F., Aj 2 2 xy First Row--Ioe Lank, Don Cherr, Bill Hearn, Ioan McCain, Bernard Clements, Faculty Ad- visory Bobbie Martin, Bill Nicoll, Second Row-Neal Robbins, Frank White, Marianne Reinke, Dick Lohmann, Ioan Greenfield, .Dick Harris, Betty Boyce, Iohnny Buechele, Charles Rod- riguez, Bill Levin, Ann Catts, lack lester, Nancy Diehl, Frank Hewlett. Officers-S.G.A. President ,... . . . William S. Hearn Vice-President ........... .... I oan McCain Corresponding Secretary ....... William Nicoll Recording Secretary .... .. . Barbara Martin Treasurer ......,.. . . . Ioseph Lank Social Chairman ......... .... D onald Cherr Chairman ot lVlen's Atiairsj .... lohn Buechele Chairman of Women's Atiairs .... Betty Boyce Senior President ..,.......,.. Richard Harris Vice-President ............., Ellen McQuaid Representative-Senior Class, . .Frank Hewlett Iunior President . .. ..... Richard Lohmann Vice-President ....,......... Ioan Greenfield Representative-Iunior Class Cornelius Robbins Sophomore President . .. ..,.. Francis White Vice-President ............ Marianne Reinke Representative-Sophomore Class Peter Runkle Agriculture Representative ......... lack Iester Education Representative ..... Anthony Cotoia Engineering Representative ...... Wilson Levis Home Economics Representative. .Nancy Diehl Arts and Science Representatives Ann Catts and Charles Rodriguez lax l ali ' ' AA'Q.' X , ' T - ,jg ff, Q l l l wmam S. Heum , Ioan Mccq 1 President SGA VICE'-President I-SGA STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Student Government Association representing the undergraduates of the University ot Delaware "in order to further the activities of student life and to promote a Widespread interest in student activities" this year delegated responsibilities to various organizations that they might create a wider interest in campus aitairs. For example: O.D.K. handled the Campus Chest Drive, I.l:'.C. sponsored the successful Blood Campaign, A.P.O. took over the Lost and Found, and The Review promoted the Cherry Blossom Princess. The ranks of S.C.f.A. committees were tilled with interested students to create a Wider base of student opinion. l95l-52 has been richer with activities for students than in any previous year. The classes have been encouraged to develop a fuller program with the result that classes have sponsored skating parties, co-recreation nights, minstrels, etc. Virtually every organization on campus has increased its program. Much of this increase is due to the S.G,A. sponsored petition tor the raising ot student tees. Although enrollment dropped, the money available tor student activities increased. The SGA. attempted to retlect accurately the feelings ot the Student Body to the administration on several issues. loan McCain and her College Hour Committee have done much to bring a'student's hour back to Delaware. loe Lank and the Finance Committee did an excellent job in investigating and approving the budget. Bill Nicoll and the Student Union Committee have successfully managed a 370,000 a year business. 175 CLASS OF '55 President ....... .... R ICHARD SAUNDERS Vice-President . .. ....,, KAY KNIGHTON Secretary ...... . .CAROLYN WEIMER Treasurer .... ..... N EIL THOMAS 176 Clcrss of '54 President ...... . . . FRANCIS WHITE Vice-President . . . . . . MARIANNE REINKE Secretary ...... . . . GERALDINE DYE Treasurer .,.. . . . IOHN LOOSE 177 Class of '53 President ...... . . . RICHARD LOHMANN Vice-President . . , . . . IOAN GREENFIELD Secretary .... ...... N ANCY BROOKS Treasurer . . .... RICHARD OKONOW 178 Class of '52 President ..,.., .....,...... R ICHARD HARRIS Vice-President . . . .... ELLEN MCQUAID Secretary .... . . . SUE CONWAY Treasurer .. .... ALBERT SCALA 179 -Y THE PLACEMENT BUREAU under the direction of Col. Ashbridge, assisted by Mrs. Wyatt, is familiar to all Seniors. Almost every one of them has at some time or another waited, just as the fellows above, for his turn to be inter- viewed. I 4 F RUSSELL N. ABEL Elwyn. Pennsylvania Agriculture Animal Ind. Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4, v. pres. 3, A.l,Ch.E. l, v. pres. 2, Agriculture Club 3, 4, Lambda Chi 3, treas. 4. MILTON S. ADAMS. IR. Ridgefield Park, New Iersey Education Elementary Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 3, Var- sity Track l, 2, 3, Pi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. ' WILLIAM S. ALEXANDER Conowingo, Maryland Arts G Science Chemistry LaSalle College l, 2, Pi Kap- pa Alpha 3, 4, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 3, 4, A.C.S. 4. KATHRYN I. ALSTON Erdenheim, Pennsylvania Education Elementary Alison Assoc. 1, 2, W.A.A. 1, E-52 2, treas. 3, 4, D.S.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Blue Hen 2, 4, May Day 1, 2. WILLIAM G. ALT Newark, New Iersey Engineering Elec, Eng, Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Intra- mural Swim 3, A.I.E.E. 4, I.R.E. 4. MARVIN ANDERSON Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. A.S.M.E. Z, 3, 4. ORLIN S. ANDERSON. IR. Earleville, Indiana Agriculture Animal Ind. Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Agriculture Club 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, Delta Tau Delta, treas. 4. DAVID S. ANNAND Hockessin. Delaware Arts 6: Science Chemistry Men's Chorus 4, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 4, A.C.S. 4. MARY E. APPLEBY Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary Photography Club 35 D.S.T.A, 3, 4, ,pn .jf p V ANN APPLEFORD Elkton, Maryland Education Elementary Canterbury Club 2, 3, 45 Band .35 D.S.T.A. 4. ADRIENNE N. AYRES Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Colby Ir. College l, 25 Head of House 35 Lutheran Assoc. 45 D.S.T.A. 45 Blue Hen 45 Women's Weekend Comm. 3. BYRON D. BABCOCK Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. A.I.Cl'x.E. 2, 3, treas. 45 Tau Beta Pi, pres. 3, 45 Alpha Chi v.pres. 45 Ir. Var. Tennis 35 Intramural Softball 35 O.D.K. 3, 4. IOHN THOMAS AUWETTER Clarksboro, New Iersey Arts 61 Science Biology, Pre-Med. Blue Hen 15 Review 1, 25 Wes- 'E ley Foundation 1, 25 I.V.C,F. I, 3, 45 Photography Club 3, 4. 54 LOUISE AYDELOTTE Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Education Elementary W.A,A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Alison Asso- ciates 2, 3, 45 Playbill 2, 35 D.S.T.A. 45 Blue Hen 45 Ir Prom Publ. Comm. 3. BEVERLY B. BACON Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary FRED H. BAKER Delmar, Delaware Arts cS Science History, Pre-Law Active Young Republicans l, 2, 3, v. pres. 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Wesley C1ub5 Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, secy, 4. EMILIE BAYNE Wilmington, Delaware DONALD E. BARDO Wilmington, Delaware Education Spanish Var. Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Var- sity Club 1, 2, 3, pres. 45 Scabbard and Blade 3, 45 Kappa Delta'Pi 3, 45 Golf 35 El Patio 3, 4. RICHARD F. BARNES Norwood, Pennsylvania Engineering Mech. Eng. Swarthmore College 1,25 A.S. M.E. 3, 4. IOHN BERGSTROM Education Elementary Elsm D I SYS, 9 CWCYB EDGAR A. BARBELL Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 45 Eco- nomics Club 35 Cheerleader 35 Del. Rifles, pres. 3, adviser 45 Accounting Club 3, v. pres. 4. ANTHONY I. BERNARDO, IR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts :Sf Science Chemistry WAA-A. 1, 24 Engineering Chem. Eng. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 ln- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Wrestling 35 Theta Chi 3, 4. 1. RALPH BERRY Newark, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, pledge secretary 2. BARBARA FRANCES BATTIN West Chester, Pennsylvania Education Elementary W.A.A. l, 2, 45 D.S.T.A. 1, 2, secy. 3, treas. 45 Friends Fellowship 2, 3, co-chrmn. 45 Art Club 35 Member of May Court 35 Iunior Prom, chrmn. of publicity5 University Re- ligious Council 3. ' IAMES S. BERRY Haddonfield, New Iersey Arts :Sf Science Bus. Ad. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Del, Rifles 3, 45 E-52 lighting comm. 3, 45 S.G.A. social committee 4. MARY ANN BITER Dover, Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club 1,2,4,D.S.T,A. l, 25 A-Cappella Choir l, 2, 45 Music Club Z, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, E-52 Musical 21 IAMES B. BICE III Dover, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Washington 6- Lee Univ, l, 25 Alpha Phi Omega 3, pres. 4, Young Democrats 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 3, 4. VIRGINIUS D. BOLTON Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. Varsity Track l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4. House Council 2, 3. SALLY E. BODLEY Smyrna. Delaware Arts 61 Science Med. Tech. W,A.A. 2, 3, lnterdorm Play- bill 2, 3, Med. Tech. Clulc 3, Dance Comm. lg Iunior Prom Decorating Committee. BETTY BOYCE Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary Class Secy. l, Class v. pres, 25 W.A.A. l, 2, secy. 3, 4g Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, pres. 4, D,S.T.A. 1, 4, Head of House lg Usherette 2, 3, Blue Hen 3, 4, Cauldron Art editor 35 Chairman of Women's DONALD F. BOORSE Norwood, Pennsylvania Arts 61 Science Bus. Ad. Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club pres. 3, Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Publ. chairman Varsity Show 2. Affairs 4. LUTHER BROADWAY Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, Alpha Tau Omega 3, 4. ni. 2, it ROGER D. BROWNING White Plains. New York Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. International Relations Club l, Review l, 2, 3, managing ed. 4, College Hour Comm. 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, his- torian 3, Ir. Marshal 4, Rally Club 3, Lutheran Society 4, Co-Editor of Delalphan, Ir. Prom Decor. Comm. 3. ALFRED L. BRODHAG Willow Grove, Penna. Education Physical Ed. Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, capt. 4, Men's Chorus 3, 4, Varsity Club, sgt.-at-arrns 4, Theta Chi l, 2, 3, guard 4. D. ISABEL BROWN Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Ogontz Iunior College l, 2, W.A.A. 3, 4, Aquatic Club 3, treasurer 4. A DORIS BUCKALEW Wilmington, Delaware Education Biology Univ. Chorus 1, Wesley Club 1, Spanish Club 2, treas. 3, Volleyball 2, 3 ,4, Playbill 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Blue Hen 4, D.S.T.A. 4, May Day l, 4. IOSEPH M. BROWN Newark, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. Band 1, 2, 3, mgr. 4, Engr. Council 3, secy. 4, A.l,Ch.E. 3, 4, Tau Beta Pi 3, v. pres. 4, Alpha Chi Chem. Club 3, treas. 4, O.D.K. 4, MARY BUECHE Newark, Delaware Education Elementary W.A.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, rec. secy. 4, D,S.T.A. 1, 2, 3, pres. 4, Com- mutor's Rep. Women's Affairs 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Publ, Comm. Ir. Prom 3, May Day l, 2, 3, 4. IOHN E. BUECHELE Union, New Iersey Engineering Chemical Eng. Var. Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, ln- trarnural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon l, 2, 3, v. pres. 4, Class Pres. 2, Chrrnn. Frosh-Soph Dance 2, Varsity Tennis 2, Men's Chorus 3, A.l.Ch.E, 3, 4, Chrmn. Fresh. Week Comm. 4, Chrrnn. Men's Affairs 4. f SUSAN IANE BROWN Wyoming, Delaware Education Physical Ed. W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Rep. 1, Equip. Mgr. 2, Wesley Club 1, Chrmn. Soph. May Dances 2, Head ot House 3, 4, Head Waitress 3, 4, D.S.T.A. 4, Blue Hen 4, Ir, Prom Decor. Comm. 3, Peptest Comm. 3, Ir. Skating Comm. 3. D.S.T.A. lg May Day Comm. Arts 5, Science Varsity Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, co- HOBERT C. BURNS Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Horticulture Canterbury Club 3, 45 Agri- culture Club 3, 47 Needle and Haystack 4. W' IOHN BUHPULIS Penns Grove. New Iersey Engineering Chem. Eng. lntramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, A.l.Ch.E. 2,v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Stamp Club l, secy.-treas. 2, Men's Chorus 31 Engr. Coune cil 4, Phi Kappa Tau 2, ass t. .1 YM,-. . gy tw ,4 SHIRLEY BURNS Wilmington. Delaware Education Physical Ed. W.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Volleyball mgr. 2, Softball mgr. 35 Dorm, Sports mgr. 2, 4, Playbill 2, 3: treas. 3, treas. 4, WILLIAM F. BUTLER. lil. Hockessin. Delaware Chrmn 3. DONALD R. CARMICHAEL Wilmington. Delaware Education Physical Ed.. Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club v. pres. 45 Sig- ma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. IEANNE G. CASHMAN Lansdowne. Pennsylvania Arts :St Science Psychology - Sociology Review 2, headline ed. 3, assoc. ed. 45 Head of House 3, Chrmn. Decor. Woman's Weekend 3, Basketball 3. Bacteriology - Pre-Vet. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Football l, 2, 3, 45 Var- sity Club, v. pres. 3, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4, Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. ANN BARBARA CATTS Cranford. New Iersey Arts 6. Science Biology, Pre-Med. Three year studenty W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Council Fresh. Rep. lg Alison Assoc. l, 2, 3, pres. 27 Rally Club, v. chrmn.Z, Dorm. Sports Mgr. 27 AGS Rep. to S.G.A. 3, Head of House 35 Ass't. Head Waitress 37 Wo- men's Affairs, treas. 3, Tassel 3. E. PAUL CATTS Cranford. New Iersey Agriculture Entomology - Plant Path. capt. 4, Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, capt. 43 Track lg Cross Country lg Agriculture Club 2, 3, 4, Del. Rifles 3, comm. offi. 4, O.D.K. 3, 4, Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Reg. Commander ROTC 4, Sigma Nu 2, 3, Commander 4. LEONARD CLAPP Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Pol. Science Soccer l, Var. Wrestling l, 2, 3, RICHARD CECIL Wilmington. Delaware Arts 6: Science Chemistry Soccer 1, Amer. Chemical Society 3, 4, Kappa Alpha 1, Z, 3, 4. GEORGE M. CHAMLIN Long Branch, New Iersey Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Catawba College l, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4: E-52 Musical 3, Hillel treas. 3, Men's Chorus 3, 4, Alpha Ep- silon Pi 2, 3, 4. THOMAS C. CLEMENTS Beach Haven, New Iersey Engineering Electrical Eng. Univ. Chorus l, A-Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, 4, Var, Swim- ELBERT CHANCE Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Dram. Arts Oberlin College l, E-52 2, 3, chrmn. play selection and casting 4, Director and player in numerous productions, l.F.C. Bowling 2, 3, O.D.K. 3, 4, Iunior Class Rep. S.G.A. 3, Alpha Tau Omega Worthy Chaplain 3, 4. ALBERT COHEN Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Hillel Assoc, l, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, A.S.M.E. 3, 4. ming 1, 2, 3, 4, Math. Club 2, Tau Beta Pi secy. 3, 4, Pi Mu Epsilon 3, pres. 4, Rep. to Engr. Council 3, A.I.E.E. 3, Chrmn. 4, O.D.K. 4, Theta Chi Z, 3, 4. KENDALL McDOWELL COLE Newark, Deiaware Arts G Science Pol. Science Review 1, Young Democrats secy. 3, International Rela- tions v. pres. 4. DONALD CHERR Pleasant Valley, New York Arts 5: Science Chemistry Var. Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, co-capt. 4, Cross Country Team l, 2, Class Treas. 3, O.D.K. 3, 4, Soc. Chrrnn. S.G.A. 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi l, 2, 3, Master 4. a u. .l-vu-u VINCENT CONTENTO Wilmington, Delaware Arts :S Science Bus. Ad. Track Team 3. SUZANNE K. CONWAY Dover, Delaware Arts G Science English Review 1, 2, feature ed. 3, assoc, ed. 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 45 D.S.T.A. l, 2, 45 Caulf dron 35 Cultural Activities 35 Student Publications 35 Class Secy. 45 Tassel 45 Playbill 2, 3, 4, co-chrmn. 35 Blue Hen, Literary editor 45 Kappa Delta Pi 45 House Council 1, 2, 3, ANTHONY I. COTOIA New Canaan, Connecticut Education Physical Ed. Varsity Football 1, 25 New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 45 D.S.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 45 Kappa Delta Pi 3, pres. 45 O.D.K. 3, 45 S.G.A.5 Theta Chi l, 2, 3, v. pres. 4, WILLIAM E. COVEY New Castle, Delaware Engineering Chemical Eng. Freshman Soccer Captain lp Varsity Soccer 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 45 A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, Sigma Nu 2, house mgr. 3, 45 Ir. Peptest comm. 3. IAMES H. COOK Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Lacrosse l, Review 1, 2, prop. mgr, 35 A.S.M.E. 3, 45 Tau Beta Pi 4. IOHN CORDREY Laurel, Delaware Agriculture Poultry Varsity Baseball l, 25 Gym- nastics l5 Agriculture Club 3. ROBERT COYLE Elsrnere. Delaware Arts 6: Science Accounting Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Accounting Club 3, 4, H. WILLIAM CRAVER Forty Fort, Pennsylvania Education Elementary Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4 Track li Alison Assoc. 2, 3 Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGERY LOUISE DANN Newark, Delaware Arts 61 Science Art Three-year student, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Wesley Foundation lg Basketball Z, Publicity and Make-Up for E-52 production 3. IOHN A. CROSWELL Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Golf 1: A.S.M.E. 3, 4. IOHN CAREY CUNNINGHAM Merchantville, New Iersey Engineering Mech. Eng. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 A.S.M.E., Kappa Alpha l, 2, 3, 4. PAUL DAVIDSON Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Chemistry Phi Kappa Phi 3, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club, pres. 4, Amer. Chemical Society, v, pres. 4. IOSEPH M. CUOCOLO Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 Accounting Club 4 CARROLL E. DAVIES Wilmington. Delaware Arts G Science Psychology E-52 production committees 1, W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Blue Hen 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 3, 45 Psychology Club 3, 45 Review 4, Psi Chi 3, 4. GEORGE C. DAVIS, IR. Magnolia. Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. A,I.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, forres. secy. 2. ELLEN DALEY Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Med. Tech. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 May Day 1, 25 Women's Playbill 24 Review 3, Med. Tech. Club 3. FRED T. DAWSON Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng. A.l.E.E. 3, 4. ROBERT I. DAVIS, IR. Newark. Delaware Agriculture Agronomy Agriculture Club 2, 3, 45 Al- pha Zeta Chancellor 45 Scala- bard and Blade 45 Needle and Haystack Bus. Mgr. 4. ROBERT W. DAVIS. IR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Intramural Sports 2, 35 Swim- ming l5 Treas. Engr. Council 3: A.S.M.E. 3, 4: O.D.K. 3, v. pres. 45 Kappa Alpha 2, 3, lOl-IN V. DeGASPEHIS Bergen, New Iersey Education Physical Ed. 'Sw president 4. LETITIA ROSALIE De PACE Wilmington. Delaware Arts 6 Science Bus. Ad. Newman Club l, 2, 35 Review 45 Hockey 4. NANCY DIEHL Newark, Delaware Home Ec. Foods 6: Nutrition Cheerleader l, 2, 3, co-capt. 45 Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, secy. 35 Wesley Foundation 1, 25 Home Ec. Rep. to S.G.A. 45 Iunior Prom Decor. Comm. 3. Varsity Football l, 2, 3, cap- tain 45 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 35 Newman Club l, 2, 3, pres. 45 Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, chaplain 4. JOHN M. D'ONOFRIO, IR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng. Freshman Baseball 15 A.l.E.E. 45 Tau Beta Pi 4. KATHARINE L. DOWNHAM Westfield, New Iersey Education Elementary Wesley Foundation lg Decor. Ir. Prom 25 Ed. Rep. to S.G.A. 35 Modern Dance Club 35 House Council 3. WILLIAM DRAPER, IR. Wyoming, Delaware Arts 61 Science Biology, Pre-Med. Kappa Alpha 2, 3, secy. 4. KLAUS DROBECK Newark, Delaware Agriculture Varsity Lacrosse l, xngr. 2, 3, 4, Agriculture Club 4, Gold Key Sociey 4, Needle and Haystack 47 Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM D. DRUMMOND Milford, Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng. Football lg Band lp A.I.E.E. 3, Rep. to Engr. Council 4. HARRY F. DUNN, IR. Media, Pennsylvania Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. Football 1, 2, 3, Newman Club l, 2, 3, l.F.C, 4, Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. TEEL DUNN Swarthmore, Pennsylvania Home Ec. Education Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4, secy. 2, comm. chrmn. 3, 4, Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, 4, co- chrrnn. open house 3, 4, E-52 Costume Comm, lg Modern Dance Club 2, pres. 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 47 Library Ass't. 2, 3, 4, Tassel 4. EDWARD IOHN DYER Hockessin, Delaware Education Elementary CARROLL E. EDWARDS, IR. Wilmington, Delaware Education Physical Ed. Highland Park College, Mich. 1, 2, Intramural Sports 4. GEORGE H. ELLEGOOD Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Agronomy Agriculture Club l, 2, 3, 4. SUSANNE EMMERLING Bamberg, Ottostrasse, Germany Arts 6: Science English Exchange Student5 Newman Club 4. WF -A 'E' QP' 3, SUSAN E. EMMOTT Media, Pennsylvania Arts ci Science Bus. Ad. W.A.A. l, Z, 3, 45 E-52 Musi- cal 25 Review 45 Friends Fel- lowship 2, 3, 45 Blue Hen 4 EDNA FAYE EVANS Wilmington, Delaware Home Ec. Education Alison Assoc. 15 Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 D.S.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance Club 35 E-52 Costume Committee 3, 4. IANE V. EVANS Haddonfield, New Iersey Education Physical Ed. W.A.l-X. l, 2, 3, pres. 45 May Day Comm. 1, Z, 3, 45 Student Grounds Comm. 35 Co-Rec- reational Committee 4. LETITIA M. EMPSON Middletown, Delaware Education Elementary Delaware State College 1. EDGAR E. EUSTEH Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6, Science Biology IUDITH FEINBEHG- Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary French Club 25 Philosophy Club 25 Hillel v. president 3. .6-ff ADELE FELDMAN Wilmingion, Delaware Education Physical Ed. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey mgr. 25 Swimming mgr. 35, Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, v. pres. 1, 4, pres. 25 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. EDWIN FLUEVOG, IR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. University of Toledo l, 2, ln- tramural Sports 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Scabbard and Blade, treas. 4, A.S,M.E. 3, treas. 4. WILLIAM E. FERRY Claymont, Delaware Education English Spanish Club 2, Cauldron, exchange ed. 3, 4, business mgr. 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. F. SEYMOUR PINK Wilmington. Delaware Arts 6: Science History Band 1, Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD A. FORSTER Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Engineering Chemical Eng. Rice Institute 1, Lacrosse 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Alison Assoc. 2, 3, 4, Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, historian 3 A.I.Ch.E, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE G. FLAMM Felton, Delaware Arts G Science Chemistry, Pre-Med. Syracuse University l, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team 3, 4, Photog- raphy Club 3, 4, Alpha Ep- silon Pi 2, 3, 4. W. RICHARD FOSTER, IH. Trenton, New Iersey Engineering Civil Eng. Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, capt. l, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Club 3, 4, variety show director 3, Pep Fest Comm, 3, 4, Engr. Council treas. 4, Engr. Paper Staff 4, A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, Alison Assoc. l, 2, 3, 4, I.V.C.F. 2 3, 4, Univ. Rel. Council 4, Rally Club 3, Men's Chorus 3, Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, chaplain, choir director 3, 4. MARGARET FRY Seaford, Delaware Arts 6: Science Med. Tech. Aquatic Club l, W.A.A, 2, 3, Playbill 3, Med. Tech. Club 3, Ir. Prom Decor. Comm. 3. PATRICIA FLEMING Anchorage. Kentucky Home Ec. Cloth. G Textiles Women's Affairs' 1, Home EC. Club l, 2, 3, 4, Alison Assoc. 2. GLEASON F. FRYE Wilmington, Delaware Arts :S Science Music Music Club l, 2, 3, 45 l.V.C.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 A-Capella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Men's Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 3, Ass't. Chairman of Religious Coun- cil 4. EDWARD A. GADSBY Washington, D. C. Engineering Chemical Eng. Cornell University lg Table Tennis Club 3, 4, secy, 35 Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4. MEHLE D. GEOFFHION Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. A.S.C.E. 4. RALPH E. GESELL Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Intramural, Sports lg Sigma Phi Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, social chrmn. 3, l.F.C, 3, pres, 4, A.S.M.E. 2, S.G.A. rep. 2, Scabbard and Blade 3, Lu- theran Student Assoc. 47 Uni- versity Religious Council 4, THOMAS A. GAMBLE Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. A,S,M.E. 2, 3, 41 Photography Club 4. T. I.. GENETTA Newark, Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng. Review l, 27 A.I.E,E. 3, 4. ROBERT P. GIBSON Lancaster, Pennsylvania Engineering Chemical Eng. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 In- tramural -Sports 3, Photog- raphy Club 2, 3, 45 A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, Engr. Council 3, 4, pres, 3, Chrmn. Engr. Ball 3: Amer. Chemical Society 4, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 4, Lambda Chi 3, 4, v. pres. 3. PAUL, A. GLADDEN - Wilmington, Delaware Education Physical Ed Varsity Football, Track 1, 2 31 Young Republicans 1, Z treas. 3, 4. ELEANOR ANN GREELEY Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 Blue Hen 4, D.S.T.A. 3, 4. RICHARD R. GOLDBERG Dunellen, New Iersey Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Basketball 3, 45 Scabbard and Blade 4, Theta Chi 3, 4. DAVID GOODMAN Wilmington. Delaware Arts ci Science Biology Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Boxing lg Hillel l, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi l, 2, 3, 4, officer 3. DOUGLAS A. GREENFIELD Lansdowne. Pennsylvania Engineering Chem. Eng. Football 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4 GRACE ANN GOODRICH Dover, Delaware Arts 61 Science Biology W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Review 3, Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3, record- ing secy. 3, president 4. CHARLES W. GROSS Wilmington. Delaware Arts G Science History Review lp Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4, corresponding scribe 3. WILLIAM C. HAMILTON Rehoboth. Delaware Agriculture Education Swimming lg Soccer 3, Agri- culture Club 3, 4, Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. ALICE M. GORNY Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Math. Review 1, 2, 3, 4, Newirlan Club 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Dances l, 2, 3, 47 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Math. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD F. HAMMOND Havertown, Pennsylvania Engineering Mech. Eng. Intramural Sports 2, Alpha Tau Omega 2, Soc. Chrrnn. 3, Rush. Chrmn. 4. gf' HELEN M. HANDY Seaford, Delaware Arts 61 Science English Delaware State College l, 2, E-52 Musical 3. IAMES F. HART Wilmington, Delaware Education Mathematics Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, Delaware Rifles 3, Intramural Sports 3, 4. LAWRENCE F. HARTNETT Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Pol. Science Tennis, lr. Var, 1, Varsity 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, Philo- sophy Club Z, 3, International Relations Club 4. IOHN A. HARDY, IR. Salisbury, Connecticut Arts G Science Chemistry Massachusetts Institute of Technology l, 2, Canterbury Club 3, 4, American Chemi- cal Society 3, 4. RICHARD H. HARRIS Claymont, Delaware Arts :Sr Science Bus. Ad. Class President 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Golf 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Council, pres. 4, S.G,A. 4, I.F.C. 4, Scabbarcl and Blade 4, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, v. pres. 3. WILLIAM S. HEAHN Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2, v. pres. 3, E-52 1, 2, 3, 4, sound effects chrmn. 2, 3, college hr. comm. 4, Am- plitlying Equip. Sch. Dances 1, 2, 3, Decor. chrmn. Ir. Prom 3, lr. Pepiest 3, Rally Club 3, S.G.A., pres. 4, head of num- erous student comm., Theta Chi I, 2, 3, 4, secy. 3, chrmn. alumni comm. 4. ALBERTA HENDRICKSON Narberth, Pennsylvania Agriculture Horticulture . ,! FRANK L. HEWLETT, lR. New Castle, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Freshman Baseball lg Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, 27 Economics Club 2, 37 Ir. Prom Comm. 3, Senior Rep. to S.G..1-X, 4, Student Grounds Comm. Chrznn. 45 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. PETER W. HILL Berwyn, Pennsylvania Engineering Chem. Eng. Tennis 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Table Tennis 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Chi 3, recr. secy. 4. ' HARVEY L. HIRST, IH. Moorestown, New Iersey Engineering Civil Eng. Golf 2, 3, 4, A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 41 Varsity Club 3, 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, officer 4. ROBERT HOCH Bridgeville, Delaware Education Phys. Ed Treasurer oi Ir. Class'3g In- tramural Sports 2, 3, 45 In- tramural Council, v. pres. 3 Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM L. HOLLIS Elkton, Maryland Agriculture Education Alpha Zeta 3, censor 4. HENRY V. HOLMES New Orleans, Louisiana Engineering Chem. Eng. Sampson College lg Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, v. pres. 3. AUDREY I-IOLZAPI-'EL Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Review 2. DOROTHY HORTY Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- view Zp International Rela- tions Club 4. 'QT' FLORENCE A. HOUSTON MARIE T. HUDSON Ellendale. Delaware Wilmington. Delaware Home Ec. Foods G Nutrition Arts :S Science Biology Wesley Club 1: Inv-CAR 2' 3' Medical Tech. Club 4. treas. 4, May Day 1, 3, 45 Usherette 1, 2, 3, 4, Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIAN M. IMPERIALE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club 3, 45 Volley- ball 3p Iunior Prom Comm. 35 D.S.T.A. 4. STANLEY HUGHES Newark. Delaware Arts G Science' Psychology Cross Country l, 2, 3, 4, capt. I, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 3, 43 Review Pub. Mgr, 4: Blue Hen Bus. Mgr. 4: Psy- chology Club 4, Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, House Mgr. 2, So- cial Chairman 4. MARIE T. HUTCHISON Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Education Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 Re- view 2, 45 Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, 4, D.S.T,A. 41 Blue Hen 4. DOROTHY M. IACOBSEN Washington.-D. C. Arts :Sf Science Pol. Science Review 3, 4, Women's Chorus 3g Canterbury Club 3. L "zz NORMA IAMPOLSKY Wilmington, Delaware Education French May Day lp D.S.T.A. 1, 27 Hillel Assoc. l, Z, 3: Kappa Delta Pi 3, v. pres. 4. BARBARA IACOBSEN Washington, D. C. Agriculture Animal Husb. Agriculture Club l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Review 3. SEYMOUR KAPLOWITZ Linden, New Iersey Education Phys. Ed. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track lg Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 35 Men's Affairs Comm. 4, Dormitory Pres. 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi l, 2, v. pres. 3, 4. IAMES D. IEANDELL Wilmington, Delaware Arts :S Science Bus. Ad. IOHN B. IESTER Wilmington. Delaware Agriculture Ag. Economics Wesley Ir. College, lg Gym- nastics 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Soccer 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 45 Ag. Club 45 S.G.A. 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, House Mgr. 4. ANDREW F. KAUTZ Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 47 Economics Club 2, 3, Ac- counting Club 3, 4. CAROLYN IOHNSON Newark, Delaware Education Elementary D.S.T.A. 3, 4. - EDWARD KEDDA Nanticoke, Pennsylvania Agriculture Agronomy Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ag. Club l, 2, 3, 45 Needle and Haystack 3, co-ed, 45 Intra- mural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Zeta 3, treas. 4, Theta Chi l, 2, 3, committees 4, RAYMOND W. KEE Wilmington. Delaware Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. Basketball l, 2, capt, lg Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 New- man Club lg Review 3, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, treas. 4. LINDSEY B. IOHNSON Delmar, Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 45 Phi Kappa Tau 3, 4. HERBERT KEENE Wilmington, Delaware Education Music Maryville College 1, 2, Music Club 3, 4, A-Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Alpha Tau Omega 3, 4. MILTON KEENE Yeadon, Pennsylvania Education Phys. Ed. Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, secy. 4, Theta Chi l, 2, 3, 4. PAUL E. KERN, IH. New Castle, Delaware Arts 61 Science History Swimming l, Active Young Republicans Z, 3, pres. 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, his- torian 4. DONALD B. KIDDOO Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Review l, sports ed. 2, prop. mgr. 3, Editor 4, Blue Hen 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, Swim. Mgr. 3, Tau Beta Pi Freshman Award l, A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4, House pres. 2, Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, O.D.K. 3, 4, Men's Ai- iairs Comm. 4, Theta Chi l, 2, 3, pres. 4. MARY A. KEETZ Villanova, Pennsylvania Education Elementary W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Review l, 2, 3, headline editor 4, House Council l, 2, Honor System Comm. 2, D.S.T.A. 3, 4, New- man Club 3, 4, International Relations Club 4, Blue Hen 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, IOHN E. KENT Boothwyn, Pennsylvania Agriculture Animal Ind. The Citadel l, 2, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Blue Hen ass't. bus. mgr. 3, Alpha Phi Omega 4: Lambda Chi 3, 4, DAVID RANDALL KIRKBY Los Angeles, California Engineering Chem. Eng. Fencing l, 2, 3, 4, A.l.Ch.E. 3, 4, Kappa Alpha l, 2, 3, 4. MARIANNE KIHKPATHICK Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, A-Cappella Choir 2, E-52 Musical Prod. 3, Lab. Play 4, Alison Asso- ciates 4. IAMES KRUZINSKI Wilmington. Delaware Arts 61 Science History Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Kappa Alpha 1. 2. 3. hist. 4. ri - NANCY ANN KLUSSMAN York. Pennsylvania Home Economics Textiles Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, May Court 1, 2, 3, Modern Dance Club 2, E-52 Musical 2, Play- bill 3, Iunior Prom Comm. 3, Lutheran Society 4. DONALD LEE KNAUSS Newark, Delaware Arts G Science Chemistry A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, Amer. Chem- ical Society 4. SHIRLEY KUCHENBACKER Wilmington. Delaware Arts 5: Science Chemistry Volleyball 3, Amer. Chemical Society 3, 4. CHARLES G. KOFFLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Chemistry - Psychology Review 1, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3: Phi Kaizpa Phi 4: Psi Chi 4. IDA MAY LADD Glenn Mills, Pennsylvania Home Ec. Textiles G Cloth. W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 2, Co-Chrmn. Decor. Comm. Ir. Prom 3, Lutheran Society 4, Del. Talent Scouts 4. VERNA FRANCES LAIR Landenberg, Pennsylvania Arts :S Science Mathematics Three Year Student, Review 1, 2, 3, Debating Team 1, Math Club 1, social chrmn. 2, vice president 3: W.A.A. 3, 4, I.V.C.F. 4. THOMAS KRAMEDAS Rehoboth. Delaware Arts 61 Science Bus. Ad . Q IOSEPH .MILTON LANK Shelby, Ohio Education Physical Ed. Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 1, 2, Alison Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. ol Class 2, Pres. of Class 3, O.D.K. 3, pres. 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, treas. 4, S.G.A. 3, treas. 4, Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4. 49'- MERLE ELIZABETH LANK Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Education Elementary Alison Assoc. 2, Blue Hen 4, D.S.T.A. 4. C. EUGENE LENT, IR. Ocean City, New Iersey Engineering Civil Eng. Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Honor System Comm. 2, A.S. C.E. l, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Eng. Council 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, ALEXANDER LE PERB Newark, Delaware Arts :S Science Chemistry Photography Club 1, New- man Club l, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Delmelo- dians 2, 3, 4, Decor. Comm., Ir. Prom 3, Amer. Chemical Soc. 3, 4. IOSEPH LARKIN Dover, Delaware Agri. Animal Husbandry Soccer 1, Basketball 1, New man Club l, 2. IOAN LEAHY Newark, Delaware Arts 61 Science Biology Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, cor- responding secy. 3, Aquatic Club l, 2, 3, W,A.A. l, 2, 3. EVELYN L. LIARAKOS Wilmington. Delaware Arts G Science English Cauldron 3, mgr. ed. 4, Liter- ary Club 3, 4, pres. 3. ARNOLD LIEBERMAN Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Psychology Review adv. mgr. 2, 3, bus. mgr. 4, Psi Chi 3, Psychology Club 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi secy. 2, v. pres. 3, 4. LOIS LIEDLICH New Castle. Delaware Education Elementary May Day Comm. 2, Ir. Prom Comm. 3, D.S.T.A. 4. HELEN E. LILLEY Claymont, Delaware Arts G Science English Head of House 1, E-52 bus. comm. l, costume comm. 3, Review 2, 3, ieature ed. 4, Literary Club 37 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 45 Cauldron prose ed. 45 Tassel 4. BETTY LINDELL Newark, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Photography Club l, 2, Class- ical Music Club l, 2, secy.- treas, 3, 4, Wesley Founda- tion l, 2, comm. chrmn. 3, 4, May Day Comm. 2, 3, Fenc- ing Club 3, 4. LARRY L. LIPSTEIN Wilmington, Delaware Arts :St Science Accounting Baseball Mgr. lg Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 47 Review Nat'l Ad. Z, ass't bus. mgr. 3, bus. mgr. 4, Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. CHARLES LLOYD Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Class Treas. lp Swimming Team l, 2, capt. 3, 4, Sigma Nu l, Z, 3, 4. VIRGINIA LOOMIS Lansdowne, Pennsylvania Arts G Science Music A-Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Club 3, 47 I.V.C.F. 3, 4, HARRY W. LOOSE. IR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Track l, 2, 3, 4, Math Club l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Var- sity Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Ass't Head Waiter 3, Head Waiter 4, Sigma Nu l, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS P. LU!-'F Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Mathematics Math Club, secy.-treas. 3, corresponding secretary 4. IOSEPH H. LUKENS Penndel. Pennsylvania Engineering Elec, Eng. Football l, 2, 47 Baseball lp A.I.E.E. 3, 4, Engineering Council 35 Tau Beta Pi, cata- loguer 4, Phi Kappa Phi 4. EDITH LUPTON Lewes. Delaware Arts 6. Science French Review l, editorial secy. 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, Cauldron 4, Newman Club 4. H. CLARK MacWHIGHT Maplewood, New Iersey Arts G Science Pol. Science Freshman Football l, Foot- ball Mgr. 2, 35 Student Union Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4, Director A.Y.R. lg S.G.A. Social Comm, 2, 3, 4: Gold Key Society 2, 3, 45 Men's Affairs Comm. 45 Blue Hen art staff 3, art ect. 4: Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, his- torian 3, president 4. PATRICK C. MADDEN Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Engineering Mech. Eng. Newman Club l, 2, A.S.M.E. 3, 4. ROBERT IVES LYTLE Great Neck, New York Engineering Mech. Eng. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 47 Phi Kappa Tau Z, sgt.-at-arms 3, house mgr. 41 A.S.M.E. 3, 4. RICHARD D. MACKIE Elkton. Maryland Arts G Science History Spanish Club 3, 4, Young Democrats 3, 4. IANE MARSHALL Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Head of House lg May Day Comm. l, 2, Wesley Founda- tion l, 2: Hockey 2, Badmin- ton 3: D.S.T.A. 3, v. pres. 4. LORETTA MAE MARSHALL Laurel. Delaware Education Elementary Southern Seminary l, 2, D.S.T.A. 4. THEODORE I. MARSHALL Elmhurst, Delaware Arts 6: Science Chemistry, Pre-Med. Fencing l Photography Club 1, 3, Review 1, E-52 Players 1, Z, 3, pres. 4, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 3, 4, A.Y.R, 3, Newman Club 3, 4. ALICE MARTIN Wilmington. Delaware Education Latin Class Vice Pres. 1, D.S.T.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, May Court 2, Ref view 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Cherry Blossom Princess 3, Tassel 4. DON RAMON MARTIN Newark, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Alpha Chi Chemist's Club 3, A.l.Ch.E. 3,- Men's Chorus 4, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, corresponding secretary 3, 4. ALICE IANE MATTHEWS Smyrna, Delaware Education Elementary Wesley Foundation 1, E-52 Players 2, 3, 4, Social Chair- man ol Dorm. 2, 3, Playbill Dorm. Chrmn. 2, 3, Theme Coordinator, May Day '3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, D.S.T.A. 4. SALLY MATTHEWS Woodbury, New Iersey Arts QS Science Biology W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, American Chem. Society 3, Ir. Prom Decorating 3, Blue Hen 4. IOHN C. MAULL Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng, ROBERT W. MAULL Lewes, Delaware Arts 6: Science Music Band Mgr. 3, Men's Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pres, Music Club 4, Ar- tist Series Committee 3, 4. IAMES W. MAXWELL Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Entomology 6. Plant Path. Agriculture Club 1, v. pres. 2, social chrmn. 3, pres. 4, ln- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, I.F.C. 3, v. pres and social chrmn. 4, Varsity Lacrosse 4, Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, rush- ing chrmn, 3, 1.F.C. delegate 4. W. JOAN McCAIN Hockessin, Delaware Education Elementary Co-Chairman of Class Aly Co- Chrrnn. Fresh Dance 15 Alison Assoc. l, 25 Head E-52 Pub- TAMES A. McCLEAN Media, Pennsylvania Agriculture Animal Ind. IOSEPH E. McCORMlCK Newark, Delaware Arts 6 Science Bus. Ad. Wesley Foundation 25 Eco- nomics Club 3. MADELINE G. McELWEE licity 25 Soph. Court 25 Co- chrmn. May Day Dance 25 S.G.A. record. secy. 3, vice Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 Ir. pres. 45 Rally Club 35 E-52 Prom Publicity Comm. 35 Blue 3, house mgr. 45 D.S.T.A. 3, 4. Hen 45 D.S.T.A. publicity committee 4. ARLENE McGEE Milford, Delaware Education Phys. Ed. Review l, girls' sports ed. 2, 35 W.A.A. l, publicity mgr. 2, 3, v. pres. 45 Alison Assoc. 1, pres. 2, secy. 3, 45 May Day publicity chrmn. 35 Blue Hen 35 House Council 1, 35 Kappa Delta Pi 3, secy. 45 D.S.T.A. 45 Tassel 3, pres. 4. IAMES H. McGRAW Claymont, Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS H. MCKENNA Roselle, Delaware Arts 6 Science BiolOQY, Pre-Med. West Virginia Tech 15 Univ. of Oregon 25 Alpha Phi Omega 45 S.G.A. parking comm. chrmn. 45 Theta Chi 4. KENNETH N. MCLELLAN Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania Agriculture Agronomy .Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Review Sports Staff l, 2, 35 Needle and Haystack l, 45 Photography Club 2, secy.- treas. 3, 45 Blue Hen 15 Sigma Nu 2, 3, reporter 4. ELLEN H. McQUAlD Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, secy. 2, 35 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 D.S.T.A. 2, 3, 45 May Day 1, 25 Review l,2,35 E-52 Children'sTheater 1, 25 Secy. of Class 2, 35 Vice President of Class 4. IAMES F. MICHAEL Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science A Bus. Ad. Football 15 Wrestling l, 3, 4: Varsity Club 35 Playbill 35 Phi Kappa Tau 3, 4. ROBERT EARL MILLAR Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 45 Tau Beta Pi 45 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY E. MILLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science English Review 1, 2, 3, 45 Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 E-52 make-up 15 Literary Club 3, 45 Caul- dron, prose editor 45 Playbill 45 Children's Theatre 4. FRANCES MILLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts Sf Science Sociology W.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sociology Club 2,3, 45 Class Committees 2, 3, 45 News in a Nutshell 3, 45 Alison Associates 4. I-'RANK MILLER Newark, Delaware Agriculture Animal Ind. Agriculture Club 1, social chrmn. 2, v. pres. 3, treas. 45 Needle and Haystack 2, fea- ture editor 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS D. MILLER Kennett Square, Penna. Engineering Elec. Eng. A.I.E.E. 3, 4. ROBERT X. MILLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts :St Science Pol. Science Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Senior Class Rep. S.G.A. 45 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, scholarship and rushing chairman 4. fx EDWARD A. MILLIGAN Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Tennis Mgr. 1, Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E. 2, pres, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade secy., Engr. Council 4, Key Society l, 2, 3, 4, I.F.C. 3, 4, Delta Tau Delta, ass't. secy. 3, pleclgernaster 4. 3. 4. Gold x JY ...ef 'ir ., 'N-...f if ' l ' x 1 I . , , 9 EDWARD I. MINEHAN Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Cross Country 1, Track 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigxha Nu I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEON MOORE Laurel. Delaware Agriculture Poultry Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, capt. l, Varsity Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Needle and Haystack 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 2, 3, 4, SALLY MOORE Knox. Pennsylvania Education Elementary Mary Washington College 1, 2, Review 3, 4, International Relations Club 4. AUDHEY I. MITCHELL New Castle, Delaware Home Ec. Cloth. 6. Textiles Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, E-52 Usher 2, E-52 Costumes 3, 4. ROBERT T. MONAGHAN Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. Band l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E. 2, 3, senior rep. 4, Scabbard and Blade 3, v. pres. 4, Engr. Council 4, Lu- theran Assoc. 4, Kappa Alpha 3, 4. WILLIAM T. MOORE Newark, Delaware Education Elementary - Secondary Fencing Team 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Delta Tau Delta 2, 3, 4. DONALD I. MORTON Brooklyn, New York Agriculture Plant Pathology Agriculture Club l, 2, 3, 4, Canterbury Club 1, -Active Young Republicans lf Cross Country 1, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, scribe 4, Delta Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA IEAN ORTIZ Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Chemistry Ass't. House Director 35 House Director 4. SUSANNE VanL. NOLDE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Arts G1 Science Sociology W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Sociology Club 3, 45 May Day Dance Decorations 25 Ir. Prom Dec- orations 35 Review 4. GIFFORD NOWLAND Marshallton, Delaware Arts 6: Science History E-52 3,45 Scabbard and Blade 3, 45 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE I. O"l'OOLE Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Football l, 2, 3, 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. U THOMAS F. O'DONNELL Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Pol. Science Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 E-52 Players, bus. mgr. l, house mgr. 3, 45 Review 3, 45 S.G.A. 3, 45 Men's Affairs Comm. 45 International Relations Club 45 Delta Tau Delta l, 2, social chrmn. 3, pres. 4. HAROLD MURDIE OWEN Dover, Delaware Arts G Science Art Wesley Iunior College l, 25 E-52 Players 3, 4, Tech. Di- rector for Lab Theater5 Can- terbury Club 35 V. Pres. Art Club 4. CLARKE ADRIAN PARDEE Stanton, Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. Review 35 Alison Assoc. 3, 45 A.S.C.E. 3, 45 I.V.C.F. 3, 45 E-52 committee 4. CLARA I. ORSINI , Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary - French Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 25 D.S,T.A. 2, 3, 45 Blue Hen 45 Cauldron 4. - ELEANOR R. PEARCE Sparks, Maryland Education Elementary Canterbury Club l, 2, 3, 4, E-52 Players 2, 3, 4, comm, publicity, business, costumes, W.A.A. 1, 2, 45 May Day 1, 2, D.S,T.A. 2, 3, 4, Blue Hen 2, 4, House Council 4. 'S'-R SHERRAN M. PEPPER Laurel, Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. Gymnastics l, 2, 3,, capt. 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 A.S.C.E. 3, 45 Varsity Club 43 Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, Delta Tau Delta 2, 3, 4. BETTY PILLOW Marshallton, Delaware Arts :St Science English News in a Nutshell 3, 45 Re- view 4g W.A.A. 3, 4, Caul- dron 4g Literary Club 4, Alison Assoc. 4, WILLIAM R. POGUE Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Chorus 3, 45 A-Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH A. PERREGRINO Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Chemistry Newman Club l, 2, 3, 45 In- tramural Sports l, 2, Amer. Chemical Society 3, 4. THOMAS C. PHILLIPS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Engineering Civil Eng. Delta Tau Delta 1, 2, 4, Dela- ware Rifles 3p American So- ' ciety Civil Engr. 4. IOHN W. PONTON, IR. Woodbury, New Iersey Arts 6: Science Bus. Ad. Basketball lg Economics Club lp Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Alison Assoc. l, 2, 3, 47 Delaware Rifles 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade 3, 47 Sigma Nu l, historian 2, treas. 3, v. pres. 4. DOROTHY POTTS Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science Med. Tech Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4 W.A.A. 1, 2, May Court l Medical Tech. Club 3, 4. WILLIAM H. POUCEL Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng LARRY A. PRICE Laurel. Delaware Agriculture Agri. Eco. Agriculture Club 4. RUTH PURDY Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary Student Head of House lg Alison Assoc. l, 25 May Day Comm. l, 2, Women's Affairs 27 Playbill 2, 3, 4, D.S.T.A. 4, A-Cappella Choir 4. ROBERT G. REEVES, IR. Mauriceiown, New Iersey Engineering Electrical Eng. A.l.E.E. v, pres. 4, Phi Kappa IOHN E. RAIDY Tau Beta Pi corres. secy 3, 4, V Wilmington, Delaware IOSEPH RASHTI Ne York New York Tau 3' 4' Arts G Science Bus. Ad. W ' Arts 6: Science Economics Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 47 Cross COUNTY li Track 1, 2: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, E-52 S'fU9ehC11'1d 3, PIGYS 42 Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4. Phi Kappa Tau 2, 3, 4. MARY ANNE REHFUSS Cecilton. Maryland Arts 6: Science English Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Re- view l, 2, 3, May Day Comm. 1, 3: Usherettes Z, 3, 47 Ir. Prom publicity comm. 3, Li- terary Club 3, 4, D.S.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 35 Blue Hen 3, 4. WILLIAM W. QUIGLEY New Castle, Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng A.I.E.E. 4, Tau Beta Pi 4. IANE LOUISE REIGART Ienkintown. Pennsylvania Arts 6: Science Spanish W.A.A. 1, 4, Chrinn. Publicity Comm., Freshman Dance 1, Head of House 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, secy. 2, v. pres. 37 Review 47 House Council 4. G53 DOROTHY MAE REYNOLDS St. Georges, Delaware Home Ec. Child Develop. Wesley Foundation l, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 41 I.V.C.F. 3, 4, Ir. Prom publ. comm. 3, Ir. Class Roller Skating Party 3, May Day 35 Needle and Haystack 4, Blue Hen 4, House Council 4. ALEC G. ROGERS Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Entomology - Plant Path. Agriculture Club l, 25 Review 2, Alison Assoc. 2, 3, E-52, Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4, secy. 3. NATALIE FRANCES ROOS Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Pol. Science Centenary Ir. College 1, 25 W.A.A. 3, 4, Aquatic Club 3, 45 Iniernational Relations Club secy.-treas. 4. MARIE RICCHIUTI Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6, Science Med. Tech, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4: May .Day lg Medical Tech. Club 3, PAUL MELVIN HOCHE Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6, Science Art Art Club 1, 2, 3, secy,-treas. 4. IAY HOSENSON Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. IOSEPH C ROTHBERG Aichi, 2' 3' 4: Engineering Philadelphia Pennsylvania Council 4. Engineering Mech Eng IANICE RUSSO Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary W.A.A. l, 35 Modern Dance Club 3, pres. 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 E-52 produc- tions 2, 3, 45 Art Club 35 D.S.T.A. 3, 4. ELEANOR IEAN ROWLAND Wilmington. Delaware Home Ec. Clothing-Textiles W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Del. Talent Scout Club, treas. 4. MARIE CLAUDE RUF Mulhouse, France Arts G Science English Exchange Sludent5 Interna- tional Relations Club 45 Inter- Varsity Christian' Fellowship. JOSEPH M. SACCONEY Newark, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 In tramural Sports 2, 3, 45 HS. M.E. 3, v. pres. 4, IOHN RUNKLE Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Bus. Ad. Baseball 15 Canterbury Club 15 Intramural Council 25 E-52 2, 3, 45 Sigma Nu 1, 25 chrmn. Father-Son Banquet 3, Rush- ing Chrmn. 4. FRANCES G. SAFFO Claymont. Delaware Home Ec. Clothing-Textiles Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 WJ-LA. 1, 2, 3, 45 House Council 1, 3, 45 Needle and Haystacl: 2, 3, 4, circulation chrrnn 35 Blue Hen 45 Del. Talent Scout Club 4. ALBERT R. ST. CLAIR, IR. Wilmington. Delaware Arts G Science Psychology Soccer 1, 2, 35 Review 1, 37 Intramural Sports 3, 4: PSYCII- Club 415 Theta Chi 3, treas. 4. NANCY RUSSELL BUCKLEY Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary William and Mary College 15 Aquatic Club 2, 3, 45 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. HER IOHN W. SCOTT ALBERT V. SCALA Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6. Science Bus. Ad. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman Football 1, Intra mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Ac- counting Club 3, secy. 4, Delta Tau Delta 3, 4. It PHYLLIS RUTH SCHAFER Deal, New Iersey Home Ec. Foods-Nutrition W.A.A. l, 2: Wesley Founda- tion 1, 2, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, funior Prom Co-Chair- man Ticket Comm. 3, Playbill 3, Women's Weekend Comm. 3. DONALD D. SHANNON Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6. Science Pol. Science Photography Club 1, Gym- nastic Team 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 3, Intramural Boxing 1, 2, 3, Men's Chorus 3, 4, Del. Rifles 3, A-Cappella Choir 4, Men's Affairs Comm. 4, I.F.C. secy. 3, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, pres. 4. LOUIS EARL SHANNON Newark. Delaware Arts 6. Science History Univ. of Florida 1, Review 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega 2, secy. 3, v. pres. 4, S.G.A. Parking Comm, 4, Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, secy. 4. Frankford Delaware Engineering Elec. Eng. A.l.E.E. 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. IAMES L. SCOTTON Newark, Delaware Arts 61 Science Bus. Acl. Alison Assoc. l, 2, Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4. DAVID SHARP Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Chemistry WILLIAM L SHARP Football 1, Z, Wrestling 1, Malvern Pemlsylvanm Decoration Comm. Ir. Prom 3. Engineering Chemical Eng W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball FRANK IAMES SILVA Rehoboth, Delaware Agriculture Agronomy Agriculture Club l, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Zeta, chronicler 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1,2,3, pledge- master 3. H. WILLIAM SHOCKLEY Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech, Eng. Class President l, Varsity Football 2, 3, Freshman Bas- ketball l, Baseball l, 3, In- tramural Sports 2, 3, A.S.M.E. 4, Varsity Club 4, Men's Ai- iairs Comm. 4, Pres. Sigma Phi Epsilon 4. MARILYN SHOEMAKER Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6: Science , Med. Tech. Medical Tech. Club 3, 4, Iunior Prom Pub. Comm. 3. E. ELIZABETH SIMON Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Education Review 2, 3, copy ed. 4, Women's Affairs 2, 3, Home EC. Club l, 2, V. pres. 3, pres, 4, D.S.T.A, l, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 2, 4, May Day comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Cornmuter's Coun- cil chrmn. 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, historian 4. IAMES M. F. SHORT Georgetown, Delaware Arts 6- Science History Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Canterbury Club l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 2, 3, Univ. Religious Council 2, 3, Chairman Vesper Comm. 2, 3, Active Young Repub. 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau l, 2, 3, 4. ESTHER H. SIMON Wilmington, Delaware Education Mathematics mgr. 3, Wesley Foundation l, 2, Math Club l, 2, 4, D.S.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Playbill 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Blue Hen, ass't. ed. 3, editor 4, Pi Mu Epsilon 4, Tassel, treas, 4. HARRY W. SKINNER Salem, New Iersey Education History GERALD BRUCE SHPEEN Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Physics Review, photography ed. l, 2, Math Club l, 2, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Photography Club 1, 2, pres. 3, 4, Blue Hen 2, 3, 4, Men's Chorus 3, 4, Hillel l, 2, 3, 4, Classical Music Group 3, 4, Sigma Phi Sigma 3, pres. 4, Pi Mu Epsilon 3, soc. chair- man 4. ARTHUR A. SMITH GEORGE P. SMITH Wilmington, Delaware Wilmington, Delaware Arts 61 Science Chemistry Education Physical Ed, HAROLD W SMITH, IR. Wilmington. Delaware Arts 6. Science Pol. Science Varsity Debating Team lg Re- view assoc. editor 2, Newman Club 1, 2, exec. comm. 3, 45 Inter-Religion Council 4. CHARLESTA D. SNYDER Cheswold, Delaware Education Elementary Wesley Iunior College 1, 2, D.S.T.A. 3, 4. KENNETH M. SNYDER Cheswold, Delaware Arts 6: Science A History Wesley Iunior College 1, 2. WILLIAM V. SNYDER, IR. Kennett Square, Penna. Arts 61 Science Chemistry American Chemical Society 2, 3, pres. 4, Delaware Rifles 3, Alpha Chi Chemisfs Club 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade 4. lOl-IN A. SPRECHER Newark, Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. ROBERT E- STARK Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Newman Wilmington. Delaware Club 1' 2' 3' 4: A-I'ChlE- 2' Arts CS: Science Cl'1Sm1Slry 3, 4. Photography Club 3, 4. IMOGENE K. STRIKOL Newark, Delaware Education Elementary May Day lg Home Ec, Club 25 Badminton 25 Usherette 25 Playbill 35 D.S,T.A, 4. EDWIN LEE STEIN Claymont, Delaware Arts G Science Biology Review 45 Delaware Rifles 3, 45 Kappa Alpha 3, 45 Iunior Prom Comm. 3. ROBERTA G. STEVENS Swarthmore, Pennsylvania Arts 6: Science Sociology Sociology Club l, 2, 3, 45 Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Review 15 Dance Comm. 35 Playbill 35 International Re- lations Club 45 Blue Hen 4. DAVID E. STILES New Castle, Delaware Arts G Sciences Chemistry American Chemists' Society 3, treas. 45 Alpha Chi Chem- istry Club 3, 4. CHARLOTTE L. SWANSON Milford, Delaware Home Economics Education Alison Assoc. l, 2, 3, v. pres. 45 Home EC. Club l, 2, 3, 4, secy. 25 Needle and Haystack 1, circ. mgr. 2, mgng. ed. 3, co-editor 45 E-52 Costume comm. 15 Ir. Prom publ. comm. 315 Kappa 'Delta Pi 3, 45 Tassel WALTER G. SWENEHART Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Varsity Basketball l, 2, 35 Re- view 35 Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. AGNES TAYLOR Newark, Delaware Arts G Science Psychology Alison Assoc, ly Psychology Club 4. IOAN MARIE STILTZ Newark, Delaware Home Economics General Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, secy. 45 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day Comm. 3. 'Q' SHIRLEY TAYLOR Wilmington Delaware rts 51 Science Sociology Sociology Clubl 2 3 4 Honor System Comm 2 Re ROBERT TAYLOR Wilmington Delaware Engineering Chem Eng ROBERTA SIMMERS TAYLOR Perryvxlle Maryland Home Economics General Home Economics Club 1 2 3 4 Publicity Comm Ir Prom 3' Wesley Foundation 4. view 3 Clean up Comm 3 Blue Hen 4 Playbill 2 3 4 C VICTOR TEBBUTT Wilmington Delaware Engineering Chem. Eng. A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, Tau Bela Pi 3, 4. TACK TEBO Dover. Delaware Arts cS Science Psychology Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Z, 3, Intramural Football 1, Inter-Frat Playbill 1, 3, 4, E- 52 Players 3, 4, Delmelodians 3, leader 4, Theta Chi 1, Z, 3, 4. FRANK R. TEMPONE Glassboro. New Iersey Agriculture Education Glassboro Iunior College 1, 2, Agriculture Club 3, 4, New- man Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Kappa Alpha 3, 4. IEAN THOMAS Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary A-Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Comm. 1, May Court 3, Chrmn. Ticket Comm. Iuntor Prom 3, D.S.T.A. 4. NANCY PEARL THOMAS Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6. Science Med. Tech. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, May Day 1, 2, 3, Alison Assoc. 2, 3, Review 2, 3, Med. Tech Club pres 3, Publicity Comm, Ir. Prom 3, Tassel 4. MARY MARTIN TURNER Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary Modern Dance Club 2, 35 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 45 D.S.T.A. 45 Usherette 4. BARBARA ANNE THOMPSON Wayne, Pennsylvania Arts G Science Chemistry W,A.A. 1, 35 Univ. Chorus 15 Wesley Foundation 15 Frosh Dance Comm. 15 l.V.C.F. 1, secy. 25 Amer. Chemical Soc. 3, 45 Photography Club 4. IOHN M. THOMPSON. IR. Newport, Delaware Arts G Science Bus. Ad. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. IOHN l. TURNEY Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. KENNETH A. THOMPSON Claymont, Delaware THERESA TIERNEY Newark, Delaware Agriculture Plant Pathology Education Elementary WILLIAM E. UTT Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Civil Eng. Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 35 Kappa Alpha Z, 3, 45 A.l.C.E, 4. PRESCOTT VAN HORN, IR. Wilmington. Delaware Engineering Elec. Eng. A.l.E.E. 2, 3, treas. 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 IANE LEE VANNERSON Wilmington. Delaware Education Elementary W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Canterbury Club l, 2, 4-5 D.S.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 E-52 Musical 25 v. pres. of Class 3. 'iff'-N. DONALD HELMS VANSANT Newark, Delaware Arts 6: Science Psychology Soccer l, 2, 35 Friends Fellow- ship l, chrmn. 2, 35 Varsity Club 35 Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3. EARL B. WALKER Newark, Delaware Arts 61 Science Pol. Science Blue Hen circulation mgr. 35 Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM L. WALKER Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Animal Ind. Alpha Tau Omega 3, 4. IANET VANSANT Rehoboth, Delaware Education Physical Ed. W.A.A. l, 2, 3, coun. chrmn, 45 May Day Comms. 1, 2, 3, 45 Review l, 2, 35 Girls' Sports Ed. 45 Friends' Fellowship 2, 3, 45 Univ. Relig. Council 45 Playbill 2, 35 Iunior Prom Comm. 35 Usherette 35 D.S. T.A. 45 Blue Hen Sports Ed. 45 House Council l, 2, 45 Sr. Announc. Comm. 45 Kappa Delta Pi 4. HARVEY K. WADMAN Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Electrical Eng. A.I.E.E. 4. ROLAND S. W. WALLS Wilmington, Delaware Arts 6, Science BiolOgY, Pre-Med. Fencing Team l, captain 2, 35 Blue Hen 4. DOROTHY E. WALSH Pitman, New Iersey Engineering Electrical Eng Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 25 Volleyball 3 A.l.E.E. 2, secy. 3, 4. EARL D. WALTER Hanover, Pennsylvania Education Physical Ed. Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Theta Chi 3, 4-. CHRISTINE WALTON Haddonfield, New Iersey Arts 61 Science Sociology Sociology Club 3, 4, Vocalist for Delmelodians 3, 4. LORRAINE B. WASIK Erdenheim, Pennsylvania Arts 6: Science Med. Tech. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Medi- cal Tech. Club 3. RUTH ANNE WEBB ' Avondale, Pennsylvania Education Elementary D.S.T.A. 1, 2, 3, secy. 4,AArt Club 2, v. pres. 3, pres. 4, Friends Fellowship 2, secy.- treas. 3, co-chrmn. 4, E-52 Musical 2, Decor. Comm. Ir. Prom 3, House Council 3. WILLIAM S WEBB MARY LOU WETZEL Wynnewood Pennsylvania Newark, Delaware Engineering Chem Eng Arts :Sf Science Music AlChE secy 4 Phi Kappa A-Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Tau social chrmn 3 Music Club 3. IOHN T. WHANN Wilmington, Delaware Arts G Science History Three Year Student, Tennis Team 1, 2, capt. 3, Canter- bury Club 1, 2, 3, Undergrad Asst. in History Dept. ROBERT WHEALEY Delmar, Delaware Arts 6: Science History Bates College -1, 2, Univ. of Penna. Dental School 3. DONOVAN E. WHITE Gloversville. New York Arts 6: Science Philosophy King's College 1, 2. NELSON I. WILCOX Middletown. Delaware Engineering Eleciricallffng. Intramural Wrestling Champ 2, 3, Varsity Soccer 3, co- capt. 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Scabbard cmd Blade 3, 4. IEAN WILSON Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Arts G Science Dram. Arts W.A.A. 1, Spring Formal Dance Comm. 1, E-52 2, 3, v, pres. 4, House Council 2, Playbill Director 3, 4, Coach for Home Ec. Fashion Show 3, 4. NORMAN S. WILSON Mexico Ciiy, Mexico Arts G Science Bus. Ad, Frosh Soccer 1, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, Univ. Men's Chorus 3, 4, A-Cappella Choir 3, 4, Inter-Organizations Comm. 4, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, treas. 3, historian 4. ELEANOR WILLIAMS Medford Lakes. New Iersey Arts 6. Science Art Aquatic Club 1, 2, corres. secy. 3, record. secy. 4, Home Ec. Club 1, Art Club 2, 3, 4, sec.-treas. 3, Playbill 2, 3, 4, Chrmn. Homecoming Decor. Dorm. 3, 4, Decor. Comm. Women's Weekend 3, DS. T,A. 4. RICHARD WILLIAMS Havertown, Pennsylvania Engineering Electrical Eng. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, pres. 4. HAROLD E. WOOTTEN. IR. Laurel, Delaware Arts ci Science Economics Cross Country l, Track 1, 2, Canterbury Club 1, 2, treas. 3, 4, Delta Tau Delta l, 2, 3, corres, secy. 4. SAMUEL E. WORKMRN Delmar, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng Intramural Sports l, Z, 3 A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, Blue Hen 3 Phi Kappa Tau chaplain 1 editor 2, secy. 3, 4. RAYMOND WRIGHT Bridgeport, Connecticut Arts and Science Bus. Ad Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 1, 2, Intramural Sports l, Z, 37 Varsity Club 3, 45 Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. HESTER VREELAND ZEIGER Montclair, New Iersey Arts and Science Elem. Ed. Transferred in 1950 from Wil- mington College KOhiolp D.S.T.A. 45 International Re- lations Club 47 Bridge Club 4, Bowling 4. Hail to thee, proud Delaware, ln loyalty We stand, We give thee thanks for glorious days Beneath thy guiding hand. lf' ull often will We praise thy name, Thy colors proudly bear, We lift our voices now to sing, "All hail to Delaware!" 224- HENRY I. ZACK Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mech. Eng. LEO ZUCKEHNAN Brooklyn, New York Engineering Chem. Eng Transfer Student, Fencing 3 Hillel Assoc. 3, 4, A.I.Ch.E 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi 3, 4. 1 B 3 5 99 N s . G IU Q 7 'W ' -gl i 1 X 00" V 7 r X Q "lx P fi? .- 4 . ' , A . 1 Biff A 'Z A ,--L? I 1 . Acknowledgement Though there are many to Whom the staff of the Blue I-len is grateful tor aid and guidance in the publishing ot this book, We Wish to thank particularly our faculty ad- visor, Dr. E. V. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. David Poffenberger, Who gave much time in tak- ing pictures tor us, Mr. Lloyd Teitsworth, university research photographer, who Worked closely with us, Mr. Harry Lemmon of the Wilmington Morning News, tor sports photography, Mr. Iohn Robinson of the I-lambleton Company, tor his patient ad- vice, Paul Catts, tor the divider pagesg and the sponsors and advertisers Whose sup- port made possible your 1952 Blue I-len. 226 Index A Cappella Choir .... . . . . . . 45 Accounting Club ......... . . . 53 Active Young Republicans. . . . . . . . 77 Advertisements ........... .... 2 28-236 Agricultural Club ........ , . , 64 Agriculture, School of ...... . . . 63 Alison Associates ............ . . . 84 Alpha Chi Chemist's Club .,... . . . 48 Alpha Epsilon Pi .........., . . . lll Alpha Phi Omega ......,. . . . 79 Alpha Tau Omega ....... . . . 113 Alpha Zeta ....................,....... 64 American Chemical Society ..........,.. 48 American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers. 58 American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 59 American Society of Civil Engineers ...... 59 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 58 Aquatic Club .........,.............,.. 169 Art Club .................,... . . . . . . 52 Arts and Science, School of . . . . . . 43 Band ...................... . . . 25 Baseball ........,........ . . , 162 Basketball ..... . . . 92 Biology Club . . . . . . 47 Blue Hen Staff .... . . . 104 Boletus ,.......... . . . 151 Brown Hall ..,...... . . . 131 Canterbury Club ..,. ..i.. 8 5 Cauldron Staff ............... .r..... 1 06 Cheerleaders ..............,.,. ..... 2 4, 96 Christian Science Organization . . . , . . . . 86 Class Officers .......,.. ................ l 76 Cross-country ......,................... 31 Delaware Student Teacher's Association. . 68 Delaware Talent Scouts ................. 80 Delta Tau Delta ...... ' ...,.............. 115 E-52 ................. . . . 32 Education, School of ..... , . . 67 El Patio ..........,.... . . . 52 Engineering Council ...... . . . 60 Engineering, School of . . . A . . 57 Eton ................... . . . 139 Football .........,.... . . . 20 Friends' Society . . . , . . Gold Key Society . , . . . . Golf' ..........,.. . . . Harter Hall ............ , , . Hillel .......,.....,...... . . . Home Economics Club ..4... . . . Home Economics, School of . . . . . . lnterdorm Playbill .......... . . . 154 Inter-fraternity Council ..,,,.. ,. , 109 88 51 85 78 165 Hanover .............. . . . 141 133 83 72 71 Inter-fraternity Weekend ........ ,...... International Relations Club ....,........ Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ........ 82 Intramural Sports, Men's ,......... 39, 99, 166 lunior Prom ............................ 156 Kappa Alpha .....,.... ....... 1 17 Kappa Delta Pi Knoll .........,. Lacrosse ............ Life With Father ..... Lutheran Student Mathematics Club . . . Marco Millions ..,... May Day .........., 68 .. 150 ., 163 ., 33 .. 86 46 Medical Technology Club . . . . Men's Affairs ......, Men's Chorus ....... Military Department . Modern Dance Club . Mosher ............, Music Club ,........ Needle and Haystack New Castle ......,.. Newman Club ...... Omicron Delta Kappa One Touch of Venus . Phi Kappa Tau ...... Philosophy Club .... Photography Club . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Pi Mu Epsilon ..... Psi Chi ....,........ Beview ..,. . ........ Scabbard and Blade Senior Section ...... Sigma Nu . ,.,. . .. Sigma Phi Epsilon . , . Sigma Pi Sigma , . . Skating Party . . . . . Soccer . ,........... Sociology Club ....., 90 171 47 129 44 74 168 134 45 106 145 83 76 160 it 119 53 49 121 46 50 .. ..... 102 .. ....... 75 182-224 123 125 49 .. .... ...172 Student Government Association . , . . . . Student Union Committee .,...... , . . Sussex .......,..... Swimming .....,.... Table Tennis Club . . Tassel ............. Tau Beta Pi ...,i.. Tennis ,..... Theta Chi .... Topsy ...i.... Track .............. Training House ..... Turvey ...,.......,. 50 174 79 , . , 147 97 80 76 60 University Beligious Council .... .. . Varsity Club ......., Warner ...,......... Wesley Foundation . . Windsor ............ Women's Affairs .,.. 166 127 152 ... 165 135 153 82 78 149 84 Women's Athletic Association ..... 36, 100, Women's Chorus .... Women's Weekend . . Wrestling ........... Young Democrats . . . 143 .., 137 168 ... 44 ........l58 98 77 ll9jLl,Sy1f'S if ip? FARMER'S TRUST COMPANY OF NEWARK Serzfifzg thi! Comnzufzity Since 1356 Dodge Cars ' Dodge Trucks Plymouth Cars ITTEIWJOUYE Morox Coup NEWARK, DELAWARE Phone: Newark 4381 4 fz, 91,02 I fa, A 'ff A A 7334.4 ,5gi'ScHoLns'1fn'ce A 1- ,.-' ,-:V . 0 f - l ' J? T " 42 lg R. ECONOMY vi-r9f':I5:f:fA.Qf'IWi':f'-Q-"5:1?i5"k' 4 ' 'WEEE ' 1' ffw1gj:g:w " ,- ,. .3 :lg Q "A' .. 1 A AQ is A X Q If z pf ,P f .zu ee oe' '- '-141- :Cz .,,'v, . 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Main Street NEWARK, DELAWARE Formal wear io lrire for all occaxiom CURTIS PAPER COMPANY MAKERS OF THE FOLLOWING FINE PAPERS: STONERIDGE TWEEDWEAVE COLOPHON CURTIS RAG CURTIS ANTIQUE OPERATING IN NEWARK FOR OVER 'IOO YEARS 4- G ifts Candy F A D E R S Compliments oi the S5 EAST MAIN Srnsxsr NEWARK, DELAWARE BLUE HEN STAFF Dial 2984 Greeting Cards Gift Wrapping.: We ot the BLUE HEN Staff urge you to patronize our advertisers who help to make this bool: possible. 4 Abbott's Shoe Repair Barrow's Barber 6 Beauty Shop But1er's Inc. Continental-Diamond Fibre Co. :S Haveg Corp. Peggy Cronin Curtis Paper Co. Danita Hosiery Mtg. Co.. Inc. Millard F. Davis Deer Park Hotel Delaware Power 6. Light Co. Deluxe Candy Shoppe Frank W. Diver Eckerd's Drug Stores R. Economy. Photographers Daniel G. Elsen Faders Fader Motor Co. Farmers Trust Co. of Newark Greenwood Book Shop Hambleton Co.. Inc. Hanna's Caterers Louis Hoffman 61 Sons Keil's Launderall Mansure 6. Prettymcm M 6. M Cleaners Ias. T. Mullin 6. Sons. Inc. , Murray's Toggery Newark Dept. Store Newark Lumber Co. Pottenberger Studio Post House Restaura:nts Presto Restaurant 6. Kent Hotel Rhodes Drug Store Richards Dairy Rittenhouse Motor Co. Security Storage Co. Southern States Newark Service Wright 6 Simon 235 Ea'I' 6 ai where you wIII meef yeur Only The Besi Brands lnends I ' ' Only The BesI Service NEWARK I - 1 . ' Complimentx of llfb c rAr1vAu. srs DANITA HOSIERY MANUFACTURING CO. INC. "Dependable Service Since I9I9" 200 SOUTH CHAPEL STREET NEWARK, DELAWARE RHODES DRUG STORE C. EMERSON JOHNSON, PhG., Proprietor NEWARK DELAWARE POST HOUSE RESTAURANTS I05 N. 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