University of Pennsylvania - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1952
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One hundred years have passed since the first
yearbook was published at Pennsylvania. The edi-
tors of 1852 sought fit to call it THE RECORD,
and today that is what we want it to be.
A Civil War-which divided a Union, separated
brothers, severed fraternities and destroyed a tra-
ditional way of life-a Spanish-American War, two
World Wars and the greatest financial crisis this
nation has ever borne, were all survived by our
young but hardy institution of learning. We feel
that it has emerged as a university With a more
mature and Wiser fellowship and, in our hearts,
deserves unbounded reward.
To record this dynamic century, the 1952
RECORD has set down in words and pictures, some
grand but many quite simple, its own resplendent
history. Benjamin Franklin, who founded the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania in 1740, said in his auto-
biography, "The next thing most like living oneis
life over again seems to be a recollection of that life,
and to make that recollection as durable as possible
by putting it down in writing? It has been our
privilege, and we hope your pleasure, to follow his
Editor-in-Claief ......... R. Richard Sherbahn
Business Manager ........ Mosey A. Greenberg
Managing Editor ......... Lester L. Lessig, Jr.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLINI sfaies-
man. philosopher. journalist scien-
+is+ and educafor. founded H1e
UniversH'y of Pennsylvania in fhe
year I740. His s+a+ue sfands in
fronf of College Hall as a symbol
of +he ideals of our UniversHy
and of ifs graHfude fo a greaf
IT IS FITTING +ha+ +he presen+ execu'rive of He Universi+y be a man
of diverse in+eres+ and abilify and of world renownI in Hue hadifion
of Benjamin Franklin. Harold E. Sfassen. who was +he youngesi
governor in Minnesofa his+oryI now serves his fouer year as Presidenf
of fine UniversHy. His achievemenfs. bo+h wifhin +he Universify and
wifhouf, have earned +he admirafion of 'fhe men of Pennsylvania and
of our nafion.
Heir To A Heritage
. LIFE AT PENNSYLVANIA
Review of a Century
U. of P. Today
. THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS
School of Education
School of Fine Arts
Moore School of Electrical Engineering
Towne Scientmc School 3
Wharton School of Finance and Commerce
' . SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
Secret Societies of Yesteryear
Fraternal Orders of Today
. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
And Others, Present
Of Bygone Days
Of Modern Times
. THE SOCIAL SCENE
Tea and Crumpets
Beer and Pretzels
.1311? 25,. 3.1!
The One Hundredth
We have come to mark our time carefully as we strut
and fret our hour upon Lifeis stage. Birthdays'are created
to commemorate this elapsed time, being peCuliar points
Which allow a bit of reminiscence, yet urge us on to the
way ahead. The Record of 1952 stands at that unique
point recalling time that has spanned a turbulent era,
yet an era during which Pennsylvania has grown vi-
brant and strong.
Growth is not achieved Without cause or reason, and
so it is that Pennsylvania owes much to a product of its
own environment, a son who had become an integral part
of the University through his relationship as student, pro-
fessor, and chairman, the late Dr. Paul H. Musser. Cer-
tainly, there was no man who held the fortunes of Penn-
sylvania closer to his heart than did Dr. Musser, toiling
constantly for the amelioration of education, being al-
ways the vigilant vanguard against complacence, the
dynamic force behind progress.
The death of Dr. Musser in the fall of this year pro-
foundly touched all those Who had seen him dedicate his
life of service to the University. There certainly can be
no just recompense for the service rendered by this scholar,
but in partial recognition of his contribution, the One
Hundretb Record, steeped in the spectral tradition of
years past, dedicates this edition to a man truly represen-
tative of a portion of this era of progress: Dr. Paul H.
The memory of his character and his work Will tran-
scend the plodding years yet unborn, his spirit having well
imbued all that is truly Pennsylvania.
EXECUTIVE VlCE-PRESIDENT of
+he Universify since I944. William
H. DuBarry graduafed from Penn-
sylvania in I9I6. AHer serving in
World War I, he was named As-
sis+an+ +0 +he Provosf in I923,
i which was his firsf Universify posh
He has since served as Direcfor
of Scholarships and Siudeni Fi-
nancesI and has been associaied
wi+h +he Wis+ar lns+i+u+e, ihe
Graduafe Hospifal. Thomas W.
; Evans lns+i+u+e and +he Universiiy
i f MR. PHILIP
' fie Universi
J only manage
iures in Polk
DONALD K. ANGELL
Vice-Presidenf and Secreiary
of +he Universi+y. is a gradua+e of
+he Wharion School of +he class
of I930. Mr. Angeli assumes an
imporfan+ responsibilHy in carry-
ing ouf +he innumerable dufies his
posi+ion enfails. Refurning fo his
Alma Maier a few years afier
gradua+ion. he assisfed in +he Bi-
cen+ennial Fund Campaign. La+er
he was appoinfed +0 his presenf
posf affer serving as G e n e r a I
Manager of the Council on De-
DR. EDWIN B. WILLIAMS. Provosi of +he Univer-
siiy of Pennsylvania. is also one of ifs sons. having
graduaied in I9I4. Lec+uring as a Proiessor of
Romances since I932. Dr. Williams was appoinfed
+0 +he posiiion of Dean 01' +he Gradua+e School of
Ar+s and Sciences in I938. and +0 his preseni posf
VICE-PROVOST JOHN M. F066 is a Professor
of Bofany a+ +he Universify and also +he presiden+
of +he Philadelphia Bofanical Associa+ion. In his
various capacifies. Dr. Fogg makes an esseniial
coniribu'rion +0 +he efficienf managemeni of +he
MR. PHILIP CHILDS PENDLETON serves as Treasurer of CHAPLAIN EDWARD G. HARRIS has been wi+h +he Uni-
versify for +he pas+ +wo yearsI during which +ime he has
given guidance and exfended aid +0 sfudenfs as well as
direc+ing +he chapel services. He is a gradua+e of Harvard
Universifyl +he Episcopal and Union Theological Seminaries.
+he Universify. A former Penn athe+e. Dr. Pendle+on no+
only manages +he Universify's financial affairs, buf also lec-
+ures in PoliiicaI Science in +he Wharion School.
In 1902, Pennis championship
crew won the Henley Race on
the Thames River in England.
A half-century later, in 1952,
the Henley Cup is again the
trophy of a Pennsylvania crew.
Long before the days of Gloria
Swanson and Charlie Chaplin,
before iitalkiesh or even silent
movies, the men,at Pennsylvania
f o u n d amusement in slides.
Here they see the typical un-
censored kiss of the days prior
to the Johnson office.
If youive ever wondered what your fathefs or grand-
fathefs college life was like, the ensuing pages may give
you a hint. If he was a son of Pennsylvania, he probably
spent a good portion of his time in Class Scraps and Fights.
He may have been on one of the championship teams we
hear so much about and maybe he saw Houston Hall or
Irvine Auditorium go up. He probably danced "The Big
Appleii and met his Sleepy-time Gal on one of the numer-
ous picnics in the Spring. Dont let him tell you that his
was not an easy four years, because it most likely was.
Our fathers did not graduate from Penn, however,
Without leaving something behind to be remembered They
lent pride to its teams through their athletic fetes, they
brought respect to its schools through their academic ace
complishments, they strengthened its fraternities, enliv-
ened its social activity and made Pennsylvania :1 place of
honor and glory, to Which they would be proud to send
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Who? . . .
But Danny, flicks are so passe
Yes, Roger, I love your gasmobile, but
1 it kicks up such a smoke . . .
x And Courtwright, picnics are a bore . . .
Oh, Willy! Pd love to go to the game!
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Sugar Plum? This is Danny Boy. Wolfu
How Wont catchim a flick tonight? you;
AW, come on, honey. IVS a Buster Oldsu
Keaton. . . . Mm
Dreamboat? What do you say to a M's!
once around the park? . . . now
Just a little spooniw maybe. Make hay ' 'i 6 . dfen.
While the sun shines. Hey baby! . . . z . ., L 7- vamwwfisfr dag ndlcu
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High-button shoes and straw
hats were the fashion back
when showing an ankle was
considered quite daring. "Reph
ties had already made their
debut, and the girls were be-
ginning to shed their Victorian
standards. How our modern Bi-
kini bathing suit would have
shocked these t'Little WomenW
T . . Jam: 01K
of 1910 would wear is modeled by these
"Dapper Dans and Dolls? It was these
lassies, with their long skirts and floppy
K What the well-dressed college student x
:V hats, who inspired the whistles and
.; Wolf-calls of, "I love my wife but 011
o you kidW in the days of the "merry
j Oldsmobile? If you want to save
; ' yourself undue embarrassment in later
'0 life, make sure the pictures you take
now are well hidden from your chil-
dren, for we are likely to look just as
ridiculous 40 years hence.
RAnything Goesh in this free-for-all Pants
Fight in which freshmen oppose the sophomores.
The frosh in their dinks and black ties seem to
be causing quite a bit of hesitation on the part
of the sophs, who are not faring too well. The
austere seniors can be seen as spectators on the
sidelines, enjoying the folly that was also a
part of their lives at Pennsylvania. Some of the
other fights that were included in the calendar
of events for the school year were: the Opening
Day Fight, Chapel Fight, Cane Fight, Bowl
Fight, Flour Fight, Poster Fight, Smock Fight,
Hall and Corner Fight, and the Push Ball Fight.
In the days When bowl fights and class
scraps were an integral part of Penn-
sylvania tradition, the events were
anxiously anticipated with great prep-
aration. These pictures show the class
scrap of 1912, forty years ago, be-
fore and after the start of the fight.
ghts and Class .
am of Penn.
'1': great prep. '
show the class
ears ago, be- N
of the flghl. A
Who says modern cars hold more people? When "machine?
were still a novelty on campus, everyone piled in to enjoy the
bumpy ride down Locust Street. Amid shouts of "Get a horse?
this contraption sputtered and backfired as it screeched along
at ten miles per hour.
The students of 1913-1917
were living in a period which
in many respects can be said to
be very similar to ours. It was
an age of invention and great
scientific development with the
automobile, airplane, and mod-
ern ocean liner replacing the
traditional modes of travel. To-
day we are again on the thresh-
old of a new era, with the per-
fection of jet travel at super-
sonic speed and the over-power-
ing force of atomic explosions.
Once more we are faced With
the threat of a World War, this
time of such dimension and as-
tounding destructiveness as
would have been inconceivable
when our fathers fought in the
first of the "great wars?
Once again, Pennsylvania valiantly served her nation.
Marshal Foch, of World War I fame, visited the University in
1917 and was escorted by the commander of the ofhcers1 train-
ing program. Since this time, Pennsylvania was meant to see
many other such programs for the military preparation of her
Even as the University was approaching its
two-hundredth anniversary, it was still in a state
of steady growth. In 1922, thirty years ago,
Franklin Field was yet to be completed. Irvine
Auditorium was not added to our campus
until 1929. The new chemistry building went up
in 1936. Some of our other buildings, however,
have behind them a long and proud history.
College Hall was built in 1872, celebrating its
niversary this year, and the library,
whose present structure dates from 1891, observed
its bicentennial last year. It is in this mixed
atmosphere of old and new, that the University
finds itself today, inaugurating a new era in its
development with the construction of Dietrich
Hall. Here the newest building on our ever-
growing campus will hOuse the oldest business
school in the nation, Wharton School of
Finance and Commerce.
For all the change that the world has brought
to Pennsylvaniis campus, to its men Penn will
always be the same. Edgar M. Dilley proudly
expressed his devotion to the lasting strength of our
Alma Mater in his anthem, uHail Pennsylvanisz
written Sixty years ago:
Majesty as a crown rests on thy brow;
Pride, Honor, Glory, Love, before thee bow.
N1eer shall thy spirit die, thy walls decay;
Hail! Pennsylvania! For thee we pray.
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor ten years a 0
sons were called into battle, leaving their books behinf , git
frivolity of the twenties and the peace of the thirties w e
?bruptly ended. The campus was lively with a militar actfare
my and its men took on a serious air and a solemn deterniinatihh-
Wridc, ffzmm: glory,
A cap-acity crowd thrilled to the plays of the Penn-Navy game of 1922. Thous-
ands Jammed the half-completed Franklin Field which was still without its
upper stands. Thirty years later Franklin Field overflows with some 75 000
spectators in what was once the world,s largest foodbull stadium. ,
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In 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt came to Philadelphia to celebrate the
bicentennial anniversary of the University of Pennsylvania. Here he is shown
receiving an honorary doctor of laws degree. The Presidenths address on this
occasion is among his more famous speeches.
What the President had to say on that day twelve years ago may as
readily and as easily been written today, "for even then we were in the
midst of a strange period of relapse in the history of the civilization of
the world? He stated, iifor in some lands it has become the custom to
burn the books of scholars and to iix by government decree the nation,s
form of religion, and morality, and culture, and education . . f,
It is fitting that at :1 time like this, we should pause to remember what
a great statesman said under similar circumstances :1 decade ago. He
urged, ". . . This is no time for any man to zuifbu'il'aw info some ivory
fewer and proclaim the right to himself to hold 3100f from the problems,
yes, and the agonies of his society.
iiThe times call for bold belief, belief from the past, yes, and belief
in the future, that the world can be changed by manis endeavor, and
that this endeavor can lead to something new and better. . . . Wre cannot
always build the future for our youth; we can build the youth for the
Here, in this "free and independent institution of scholarship? the
University of Pennsylvania, we strive to realize what the late President
Roosevelt set :15 our task "to find the truth and teach the truth that shall
keep men free.H
Today Hwe Universily finds IJrselIC in We midsl of
an afomic age. The seriousness of flue Jrlmes lran-
scends all lesser problems, Hue dralf and world
conlllcl Jrllrealen our academic and social life
more Jrhan ever. bul flue old lvy slones of pasf
years give us hope +ha+ lhe Universily ol Pennsyl-
vania will survive flue nexl hundred years as well
as she has +he pasf hundred.
Fralernilies have emerged as We nucleus of our
social acfivily and foolball slill reigns as lhe king
of collegiale sporfs. The museum. Jrlwrougll flue
specimens il acquires. conllnues lo discover more
aboul flue ancienl world. while lhe campus ilsell
begins +0 lake on flue appearance of a more mode
em school of He lulure.
Though Jrl'le years bring changes in our mode ol
living al Penn. we are conllclenl lhal lhe class of
2052 will agree Wlll'l us when we say lhal lhe four
years we spend al Pennsylvania are among ll1e
besl of our lives.
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THE MAIN ENTRANCE +0 +he
men's dormifories is a? +he corner
of 37+h Slreef and Woodland
A v e n u e. Trolleys rumbling by,
frucks roaring +hrougl1 and pedes-
+rians +rying +0 dash across +he
sfreef befween liglnl c l1 a n g e 5
makes +his one of +he mosf danger-
ous corners for +he sludent
STUDENTS in Roberi Morris DormHory hois+ an
appropria+e posier display on Safurday morning
before +he annual Army-Penn gridiron clash. This
dorm is +he winner of +he Dormiiory Council's Posfer
Confes+ for Army Weekend.
The view from +he Small Triangle +hrough +he
archway of Foereder Dorm shows +he Big Triangle
where +he upperclassmen live. Memorial Tower looms
in +he background nex+ +0 Hue archway leading +0
+he Big Quad.
1952 finds few maior changes in +he dormifories. On
+he exferior. +he only alferahon has been +he addifion of
+he Freshman Quad and Jrhe recenf removal of +he Arf
Sfudio from +he Big Quad. In +he inferior. however. +he
housing unifs have undergone a +hree year
which may be called "major surgery."
The insfallafion of hire precauhons have broughf wifh
1+ redecorafion of mosf of +he rooms and Jrhe renfs have
undergone a corresponding rise.
On +he social side. drinking and en+er+ainmen+ o1C guesfs
have been recemL concessions and have proven +0 be well-
advised. The maiorify of +he residenfs have shown +ha+
+hey are capable of accepfing +hese addihonal responsi-
bilifies. The Dormifory Council has helped immensely +0
correcwL Jrhe social neglecf of +he dorm sfudenfs by pro-
viding enferfaining and hequemL dances and socials.
Their ofher proiecfs. such as Jrhe Posfer Confest afhlefic
program, Chrisfmas Carol Sing. have broughf +he resi-
denfs in closer confacf wifh each ofherend have increased
Jrheir inferesf in Universify funcfions.
ERAYESQUAKERS siand in +he snow in zero wea+her for Hue All-Universify Chris+mas
fa+m .Ing. Sponsored by H19 DormHOFY Council. Kappa Kappa Gamma women's
ra erm+y led +wo hundred carollers in +he Big Triangle wifh Dr. WaHs as Sanfa.
FIRST ROW: E. Brody. H. Abelow.
A. Goldberg. L. K. Simsarian.
Pres.; A. Kradsian, G. Davis. W.
Frankel. SECOND .ROW: J.
Yungel, T. Morgan, R. Clarke. H.
S+ern. R. Kafzman, T. McFarlin, B.
Sfone. THIRD ROW: R. DeGeHe.
J. Fisch. C. James. S. Bassock. M.
Loveman. L. Lewis. P. Way. AB-
$ENT: M. Winfer. V.-Pres.; N.
Anderson. Sec.; S. Fox, Trees.
DORM RESIDENTS and +heir dafes enioy a small pre-
parfy par+y in +heir room. Women are permiHed in +he
men's dormi+ories, buf +hey musiL be regisfered a+ fhe
office and leave +he dorms by regula+ed hours.
ANOTHER PART of We Dorm Council's program is
Hue direcfion of a'rhleHc compefifion in +he dorms.
lnframural foofball. baskefball. baseball and Jrrack
provide +he residen+s wifh relaxa+ion and exercise
and Jrrophies are awarded fo H16 winning dorms.
THE PRESENT LIBRARY was builf in l89l
and designed by Frank Furness. In l9l5, +he
new slack was added. The Lea and Furness
Libraries were adioined +0 +he s+ruc+ure in
I924 and I93l respecfively. A sfaff of ap-
proximafely one hundred experienced men
and women mainfains order in +he day-fo-
day circulalion and ensures +he smoo'rh
funclioning of +he library's acfiva. ,
The Library of fhe Universify of Pennsylvania began in I784
wi'rh a 91er from Louis XVI of over 200 volumes. The Library's
l accommodafions consisfed of a room in College
Hall unfil I891. when if moved info +he presenl' sfruclure.
ln addilion +0 +he main library. +here are Jtechnical aHiliales
loca+ed in Their respeclive deparlmenJrs of Jrhe Universify. The
library building also houses +he Lea Library of Medieval
His'rory and +he Furness Library of Shakespeareana. Al
present Jrhe fofal number of volumes is l.275.000. All sludenfs
are permiHed +0 use +he facililies of The library and special
seminar rooms are available for graduafe sludenfs.
The proposed new library will be locafed a+ 36+h Sfreef. befween
Locusf ancl Walnu'r Sfreefs. +0 be builf a'r +he cos'r of nearly six
million dollars. The plans call for a more sys'remafized plan
of inferior design wifh greafer ulilify for all sludenfs.
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THE MAIN CAFETERIA of Houdon Hall offers +he
sfudenfs Fine food af a modera+e price. This cafe-
+eria is open only +0 male s+uden+s. buf women are
permiHed in bo+h +he Balcony Cafe+eria. or ups+airs
in +he Ivy Room. Music pumped in from Hue Musak
creafes a pleasanf afmosphere for dining.
THE BOOK STORE in Hue basemen+ carries a" +he
+ex+ books which are required for all courses. Lec-
+ure no+es are also available for a nominal fee and
many ouHines of subieds are ob+ainable +0 supple-
men'r +he s+uden+s' resources of informaiion.
A FRONT VIEW of We S+uden+
Union Building from Spruce Shee'r
shows We hadifional ivy-sprayed
walls. The main parf of +he build-
ing was erec+ed in l896 and Hue
easi' and wes+ wings were added
af a la+er dafe.
Housfon Hall. cons+ruc+ed +hrough +he financial confri-
bufions of Mr. Henry Howard Housfon and his wife. i
+he oldeer Siudenf Union in +he Unifed Sfafes. beginning
in I896. Today. Hous+on Hall embodies +hree cafeferias.
a soda grille, and exfensive facilifies for cafering services.
In addifion. +he Housfon Hall Sfore carries complefe docks
of college fexfbooks. giHs. and sfafionery; a branch of
Jrhe Unifed Siafes POSTL Office. a barber shop, and a Check
cashing service. A spacious lobby, confaining many cify
newspapers and currenf magazines. plus a well-appoinfed
lounge provide ample places for relaxafion. As well as
Jrhe audiforium, which is used for meefings, dances. and
variefy shows, +here are many ofher rooms used by
WXPN. Friars and Sphinx. honor sociefies, +he Debafe
Council. Philomafion Sociefy and ofher campus organiza-
+ions for social and business meefings. H is en+irely self-
supporfing. all profifs being refurned +0 fhe sfudenfs eifher
in services or equipment
CONVENIENT counfer service makes fhe Soda Grille, a
favorife spof for men s+uden+s during +he day. In +he
evening women are permi++ed fo +he use of the grille, a good
spof for a coke da+e on campus.
DIRECTOR of Hous+on Hall, Louis
D. Day. flanked by his able assis-
Jrams, William H. Vidal and Rich-
COURTEOUS, exper+ service in
fhe Housion Ha" Barber Shop for
pre-inflafion prices aHracf a con-
Jrinuous full house.
THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, un-
der flue direcfion of Dr. Arnold K. Henry,
embraces a lwo-fold concern for Pennsyl-
vania sfudenfs; fhe general welfare and
conduc+ of all male members of H19 under-
graduafe sfudenf body. As Dean of Sluden'r
Affairs, Dr. Henry supervises scholarships,
loans, exfra-curricular acfivifies and Hie
dormifories. He is also Chairman of Hie
Universify CommiHee on Discipline.
Dr. Henry, from Marienville, Penn-
sylvania, has held fhe posl of Dean since
March, I939. Prior +0 his appoinfmenf +0.
llwis posifion, Dr. Henry served +he Uni-
versi+y as Direcfor of Admissions. He was
graduafed from fhe Whar+on School of file
Universily in l92l. ln addilion +0 his ad-
minisfrafive dufies, Dean Henry leeches
in fhe Wharfon School as Professor of
ve of Richmond, Virginia, gradualed from
I949. As Assisfan'r lo Hie Dean of Sfudenf
f Scholarship Commilf
MR. ROBERT H. PITT. nafi
Hie Wharfon School in
Affairs and Secrefary 0
loans. scholarships and
ee, he supervises all
in addilion lo his general
STUDENTS LlNE UP lo find Hie answe
+heir quesfions or waif flaeir furns +0 see
of +he s+uclenf affairs sfaff.
:QIEW MR. GEORGE B. PETERS, Vice-Dean of
zy-a-enrya S+uden+ Affairs. has been associafed wifh
4 WW +he Universi+y since I932. Upon gradua+ion
:2 n "d from Wesffield High School in New Jersey,
:jesndEh Mr. Pefers en+ered +he Whar+on School and
' : fudm gradua+ed in I936 affer an acfive life as
y'T;"V3 "5t3S, an undergraduafe.
in "G Wis ' He immediafely assumed Universify du-
1"? WM +ies. firsf serving as Assisfan+ Direc+or of
$53156- Hous+on Hall for over fwo yearsI +hen as
hie aenn- Assis+an+ Dean oi: S+uden+ AFFairs. His +en-
5 36? since ure of office in +he la'Her posifion however.
::c'wr 6a. was inferrupfed by +he Second World War.
wqunL. during which he served in +he Navy. A+
mwm present he is a Lieu+enan+ Commander in
'5c'mio1me H1e Naval Reserve. Alfhough he is con-
2.14,; ad- cerned wifh all phases of s+uden+ aFFairs.
w'x aeacnes Mr. Pe+ers has special supervision over dor-
:Hesso'of' mi+ories. frafernifies. and exfra-curricular
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THESE SECRETARIES handle many of H19 sfuden'rs' problems and re-
OUT OF THE OFFICE and off +0 his nexf ques+s. Assigning dormHory roor-ns., ragis'raring chaperormas: check-
class rushes H19 s+uden+, affer lighfing Up ing s+uden+s' eligiabilifyfor parhCIpahon In ?chaol achvnhes. and
a much deserved cigareHe. exfending secrefarlai assnsfance +o many organizahons are buf a few
of +he services of I I l College Hall.
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IN THE DECEMBER, I9I9. issue d Hwe Red and
Blue. +he campus magazine. +here is an arHcle en-
iiHed. "Ex+ensive Conshucfion Program of +he Uni-
versHy." H begins: "AHer years of waifing, +he
UniversHy af Ias+ announces +he launching of an
expansion movement which in ifs magnifude will be
unparalleled in +he schohasfic hisiory of +he world.
The consfruc+ion program . . . calls for +he expendi-
+ure of more +han Five million doHars and for We
erecfion of af Ieasi +en disfinci sfrucfures."
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W mam, Yl
x a he Red and
THIS IS THE archifecf's concepf of +he new Whar-
+on School Iocafed on Locusf Sfreef. befween 36+h
and 37+h S+ree+s. Some of +he deparimen+s moved
+heir classes info +his modern sfruciure at We begin-
ning of the spring ferm.
This year. +he Universify of Pennsylvania has oui i'
done ifself. Wi+h +he dedica+ion o? +he new Whar-
fon School, i+ fulmls a dream and realizes Hue be-
ginning of an expansion program +ha+ would have
leff our predecessors aghast The expendifure of
Five million dollars is only a small fracHon of +he j
fofal sum necessary for +he complefion d Hwei
presenf program. ye'r +he price we musf pay is
insignificanf compared +0 +he benefiis we shall gain. :
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' otqu uni 14:31.
THE UNIVERSITY BAND wifh i$
+heir hafs worn backwards march
friumphanfly up Spruce $+re ef
from Franklin Field. The chimes
of Irvine Audiforium FIN Hue air
with songs of vidory, and H19
crowd dashes for cars. +he sub-
way, or an affer-game cockfail
party. Only +he ?raFFIc oFFIcer
seems deiecfed as he shoufs af
+he unconcerned mob and SIgnals
+0 Hie moforisfs.
THE BOTANICAL GARDEN be-
hind +he men's dormifories is +he
scene of na+ural beau'ry and scenic
in+eres+s. Along +he lily pond s+u-
denfs relax and falk over +he day's
work. Jus+ a few blocks away. on
Woodland Avenue. H1 e n o i s y
buses. +rolleys and aufomobiles
combine f0 annoy Hue oufdoor
man or +he seeker of solifude.
Arts and Sciences
DR. GLENN R. MORROW. Dean of +he
in College since I944.
The Coile'Ie prowides an exceilenf example
confrasf: Theicidesf of +he schools forming H79 UHI'
.Iersify. Ogder in fad fhan +he Universiiy ifseli. and Assisfanf +0. +he Dean of +he College- Dr.
anfedafing by over iour decades Jrhe founding Oi Roberf K. Bishop.
+he Republic, i'r shil enioys a oerennial youfh. Each
year an enfering class oi freshmen selecfed from Jrhe
hnesf schools in +he nafion. provides Jrhe College
wifh a new vifalify and budding infellecf.
Every year new courses oi sfudy are added +0
+he curriculum as weH as such addifions +0 +he 54mg
as are needed for beHer feaching. Improved
mefhods of insfrucfion are consfanfly being infro-
duced. Thus. +he College has mef +he fwofold fesf
of fime: If has survived as an educafional insfifufion
of merif and a+ fhe same Jrime has kepf abreasf of
modern educa+ion and feaching fechniques.
The Universify of Pennsylvania. which prides Ben-
jamin Franklin as ifs founder. fraces ifs origin fo a
"Charify School" Jior which a building was erecfed
in Philadelphia in I740. Seven years lafer. Jrhe
Charify School became an Academy which in iurn
i became Jthe College 01C Philadelphia in i755.
However, Franklin was by no means aione in his
pioneering venfure. Accompanying him were: Dr.
John Morgan; who in I765 added +0 if +he firsf
Medical School in America; Hugh Wiiliamson and
Francis Hopkinson, signers of +he Declarafion of In-
dependence; Jacob Duche. prominenf clergyman
of England and America; Samuel Magan. professor
and vice-provosf; and James LaHa.
Only fourfeen sfudenfs comprised +he firsf class,
oi which only six graduafed from Oid College in
I757, buf now. aHer fwo hundred years of glorious
his+ory, +he Universify can claim over one +housand
graduafes a year. This expansion has made pos-
sible a course of sfudy designed +0 enable +he sfu-
denf +0 acquire a broad educafion in science, his-
+ory and phi osophy wifh specializafion in a iield of
his own choosing.
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IT WAS A SHORT WALK from +he dorms +0 classes
+wo hundred years ago. when only +wo buildings.
Ioca+ed a+ 4+h and Arch S+reefs. comprised +he
MOVING WESTWARD +oward Hwe Schuyl-
kill River. Old College, in l829. repiaced
+he Presidenfial Mansion on Ninfh 5+.
The Universi+y of Pennsylvania has occupied +hree sires in Philadelphia
in +he course of ifs hisfory:
The firsf buildings used by Hwe Universiry were a+ 4H1 and Arch Sfreefs
in Philadelphia. During a period of fiHeen monrhs in 5777 and I778
+hese buildings were occupied by soldiers of fine Confinenfal Army. In
I778 Congress me+ in Old College Hall where. wifh George Washingfon.
rhey affended our commencemenf exercises.
In I802. Hue Universify was moved +0 Hue mansion buiH for He Presidenf
of +he Unifed Sfafes on Ninfh S+ree+ above Chesfnuf. In I829 Jthis building
was Jrorn down and No new srrucfures were ereCJred in Jrheir place Itor
Finally. in 1872, exacfly eighfy years ago. Hue Universify was moved
fo ifs presenf sife in Wes+ Philadelphia where if houses IQO uni+s on ap-
proximarely IZO acres of land.
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we eJ xx": 7199' H :CWiundbn wifh fine
ex" 3; m3 Coeqe Dr. N'Worrcw, Two
re: cemaVues are 613:9" Ersm me Sevbr
C:x:'E 3 ?rsm We JUP'QE Comb, :me
Ipm Em; 335;; 3? "we Record, ore Ercm the
gag :5 Ge Daily Pennsylvanian, one From
04 Beta K5333. "$6131 honorarx7 SOCEeLvE
364 :he 53m Ene campus reE'gIOus organ-
moWni, meef'ngs Eor me purpose OE ad-
vising Vne Eacmm as +0 He needs and
preEIeredces 0+. fhe undergraduate bod, so
Thaf fhe Eacmfy may acEL accordingb;
COLLEGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
SITTING: D. Rifche. J. Cohen. R. Muhlberger, C. Russell. Ch; Dr. G. Morrow,
Dean; P. Posmanfur. ABSENT: M. Trout J. Osferman.
Lag? gear, We Npha Upchn chapfer OE Phi Lambda The nafionaE pre-medlcal honor frafernlfy, Hue Pennsyl-
MuE Me naMonaE honorary chemlcal fra+erm+yE was esfabE vania Epsilon chapfer of Alpha Epsilon Delfa was Inhi-
Emed 0'1 campus succeeding the Harrison Society. Open afed on fhe Penn campus H113 p651L November. In addiE
V; gradua? mi undergraduafe chemical sfudenfs wifh Hon +0 sponsoring lec+ures and films on fopics of InEeresf,
hon? grade; PH Lambda Mu holds meefings once a Alpha Epsilon DeHa has organized a guidance program +0
mann wHere dminguished guesf speakers discuss fopics aid and advise aH sfudenfs pursuing pre-medicaE sfudies.
0E scienfiflc inferesf.
PHI LAMBDA UPSILON
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA
SITTING: K. Wisebrun, B. Fisher. Pres.; M. Shreger. C. SITTING: R. Nagel. R. Nagler. A. Monaco. R. Moskosz.
Sweeley. 2ND ROW: H. Sigel, E. Rzepnicki. D. Field. H. Pres.: B. Zweiman, B. Kushner. 2ND ROW: M. BIaH. M.
Anderson. Agulnik. D. Rifchie, W. Kamerling. N. Speck. B. Sh+eir. F.
Soegener. 3RD ROW: N. Magid, H. OleynickI R. JellerI I.
Fish, P. Sher. M. Sifkoff. L. Weinsfock.
IN CHEMISTRY LAB +he sfudenf experi-
"C-V. Two men+s, using +he +heore+ical formula learned
We Sew in +he classroom.
: 5'3? me
:se of ad-
'e oody 50
AN EFFICIENT and smiling sfaff of young
ladies Jrake care of +he s+uden+s' difficuHies
in Hue College office.
339 The French Club. +hrough +he sponsorship of lecfures and
'651 films in French, affempfs +0 provide br Hme inferesfed sfu-
" '3 denf an acquaintance th French liferafure and hisfory as
;. well as an invaluable pracfice in Hue perfecfion of discourse.
WHZ' DR. WILLIAM P. HARBESON'S Iec'rures on Shakespear- SITTING: M. Ordili. M. Lehman, N. Leaman. P.res.; J.
1 M' ian drama do much +0 qulfivafe sfuclenf in+eres+ in English Pendlefon. V- Pres.; H- Tomar. 2ND ROW: M. Miller. M-
hF. Iiferafure. Sena+or, A. AHuro, E. Palec. ABSENT: K. Wilson, E.
3r, L Rosenman.
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""g x3:" ?13 D93 :hslwer meek MQ
3 3 a d'wer o 'nhlafe '
uhje'g'aduaw memoers and
aKrnnE, who are in consjra"? ccwacf M41
Members are dedej +3 Pm? Beia Kappa
:n fhe basfs 07 schdasfic affainmenF w flag
College amd are granfed memberhlp ?;wr
if; oHicers aye ache members C' 37mm?
and are Chosen m fhe members each year.
PHI BETA KAPPA
SITTING: L. Somers. R. Erdos, D. RHchie,
M. Shraeger, P. Green. 2ND ROW: H. Ros-
enfhal. R. Colgrove. F. ScoH. N. Magid.
Penn's DeHa Chapler, represenfmg Pi Mu
Epsilon. nafiond honorary socleLy In Hue
fidd of manemchs, promofes schobsMc
aHaEnmenf' in fhe Eeld d ma+hemafics and
sponsors lecfures by oufsfandmg aufhori-
fies in fhe Irield. HS members are Chosen
from Hwe nafion's oufsfanding mafhemafics
Pl MU EPSILON
SITTING: F. Aron. W. Gerber. Pres.; A.
Bredf. F. ScoH. 2ND ROW: G. RosenI A.
Pugh. J. Richman, D. Loev, B. Rudman.
ENS: M. Sena
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The Spanish Club provides an opporfun-
Hy oufslde Jrhe classroom for +he sfudenf +0
learn bo+h discourse in Spanish and +he
cuH'ura of Jrhe many Spanish-speaking coun-
+ries of fhe world. H5 moHo is "Knowing ls
SITTING: M. Sena+or. H. Tomar. A. Lelii.
Sec.: L. Kirkpafrick. B. Wexler. 2ND ROW:
J. Pendlefon. M. Ordili, P. Posmanfur. AB-
SENT: H. Graff, A. Ruben. M. S+ern.
Malian Club -- while pracficing +he arf
of discourse In +he Halian language. mem-
bers of +he Halian Club gain much valuable
knowledge of Jrhe rich culfure and hisfory
of Haly which would escape +he less-infer-
SITTING: M. SenaJrorI D. Cavallo. A. Leiii,
Pres.; M. Ordili. Treas.: L. Kirkpafrick. 2ND
ROW: I. Arcidiconi. A. Sanfore, P. Wexler.
H. Tomar. N. Goeckeler, J. Fleeck. C.
Daves. ABSENT: S. D'Angeio.
The Pre-Law Sociefy, +hrough +he use of
guesf speakers and discussion groups, gives
+he pre-haw sfudenf an imporfamL knowledge
of Jrhe basic requiremenfs of fhe haw. +he
enhance procedure. and +he many oppor-
Jrumhes arlsmg In +he We of a hawyer.
SITTING: S Berezin. J. Bergman. J. Hyman.
Pres.; D. Treblow, R. Hausman. N. P. Zar-
win. 2ND ROW: L. Apofhaker. W. Gross.
M. Kramer. 5. Diamond. H. Ominski. AB-
SENT: P. PosmanlrurI N. Sfone. B. MacFar-
THEODORE ABEL o '222'4337 2 2,; :22 o "$5"
MILTVONHAGULNEK . r :2 . 7:2 Er'r
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KENNET s. AUSLANDER . , :1. v. .
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2- Lm Fur. 42 :7 52:9, 2-
F'c L3H 2:31, 4' I372"; C u: 4.
ROMAN BABlN 0 PW 3302:2131 Pa.
ARNOLD L. BASEMAN o Pn'adebwd P3. 0 H' CI
Fumaybd' P23132123" Scc'eLf WXPN News Ed?-
GLEN C. BAUBLHZ 0 Dave. Pa. 0 Quarferdeck So-
SOL A. BECKER o AfanMc CHy, N. J. o Glee Club 1.2.
3.4802105 Sodef'lr 3, 4.
FRANK BEDFORD 0 Wayne, Pa.
HENRY L. BEGIAN o PhHadelphia, Pa.
STANLEY C. BELL o PhHade!phia, Pa.
SIDNEY BEREZIN 0 E65? Orange. N. J. o Them Chi o
chafe Cowd' H110? Foundafion: PreiLaw Sodefy.
DAVID J. S. BERKOWITZ o Phiiaddphia. Pa, 0 Phi Sigma
De'fa 0 Bridge Club.
EDWIN S. BERNSTEIN o JamaTceu N Y. 0 Day Penns,1-
vaw'arr HHCI Fomdafiow Penn Piayers: PrerLaw So-
c'ch' Reccrd' VVIWam Perm Cub1WXPN.
MARK BERNSTEIN o CharbHe N. C. 0 Phi Eoglon Pi
o CQMCLI, CWCJ Ca'"TJA Cv'wajrman 4: D677 Penny:-
mn'm W lHWIrVoWTf, CcundV I. F. CauncH Week
N181 CW'WFM 3' JV'J Arm's 3' PreLaw SCCIeLp
S'rT'WCVTWi'C Chap Ccmzm V'CC Prczidenf 2: VigHanio
ANDREW W. BESHGETOOR o MerchanfleQ N. J. o
lnTrvaNmM AWQTr: Caunc? ; Spanish Club.
WILLIAM E. BETTS. JR. 0 Pompfon Lakes. N. J. 0 Sigma
JITENDRA R. BHATT o Surat India.
ALFRED R. BINTER 0 Philadelphia, Pa.
MARK BLATT 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Penn Players l.
SANFORD R. BLAUNER 0 New York Cify. N. Y. 0 Phi
Sigma DeHa o Cade1L Council 2; Hillel Foundafion I.
2, 3. 4.
JOSEPH BLOOM 0 Brooklyn, N. Y. 0 Tau Epsilon Phi 0
Swimming Manager 3: Caducean Sociefy: lnferfra-
fernify Council 2, 3.
ANDREW W. BLUEMLE o Williamsporf. Pa. 0 Sigma
Alpha Epsilon 0 Pi DeHa Phi: Record 2.
ARTHUR E. BOGDEN o Norfhampfon, Pa.
DAVID BOLTON o Kingsfon, Pa. 0 Track.
JAMES V. BOWER o PhiladeVphia. Pa.
ROBERT P. BRECHT, JR. 0 Lansdowne. Pa.
LAURENCE BRODY o Phifadelphia. Pa. 0 ISO-Ib. Foof-
ball 4; Caducean Sociefy; Hillel Foundafion I. 2, 3:
Alpha Epsilon Delfa: William Penn Club I. 2.
ALLAN BROOKS 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
JOHN G. BUTZ. JR. 0 Drexel Hill. Pa. 0 Soccer 1,2, 3.
4; Chrisfian Associafion l, 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 4:
Young Republican Club 3. 4.
IVAN CAINE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ROBERT w. CAPITAIN . 5;: :r- -. . --
JOHN SICARVER . z : 7 r3. . :, -: .
JOSE'PHIB: CASSIDY. JR. L :7 . . r: . f1"
42':- E": 1' I P 2:11' C 7 4' :4
SAMUEL CEGLIA o 3' r2: 7 :7. o Kare"
GALLOWAY M. CHESTON o ' :4 r " 4 2. o
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GERALD CLARIK . :1. . r
EC: 1'3 . Ch' 3-3" 4.2:233232" :'C,"'3332 3'3
HENRY A. CLAY o 3:"w :1. o '4-2'3 7" W: ITC'H o
C"","':" f3"':'3'.:"'1"'r'5'3'e"". szd' PC';""?2
STANLEY L. CLUCK o 3'" mrrrh'w 3.1. 0 71.; E: ' :A
rzt'c", 331144 Cu: 2 3 Trenm'C-h
JAY A. COHEN3 o Bu;- ." N. V, o Tau EnEf" F4.
:w . 2.,4. L:
Vite D'G'I'Nr' :02'2'3'. o Canaan 2350', P'e '7
CCN' C: 099 A'Jx'n'. C:MM"'69' Di. Dewanam
EM. 30W? ant: JL."'.:r E3":" H' e FaunaaWow N 2. 3.
4: Jclm Can Ccmc'. :c:rc'ary' 56".?or C1323 Cumcil.
JEROME B. COHEN o PHadebHIa. Pa. 0 Fenc'nq '.
JV, Caofa'n 2. 3. 4- Fehcing Sccbfy' Glad7u: Cub:
H. '9? chdn'bn.
SIGMUND S. COHEN 0 BrooUm. N. Y. o Kanoa Nu 0
VVrc? Irg. Manager 2. 3. 4: Grappicri Cub 2. 3. 4:
H.101 FCLIWda.:'JH l. 2. 3. 4.
NORMAN S. COHN I PMaddp'nIa. Pa. 0 Dan Pown-
S'WWm'an 2' HI 'cl Fsmda'bn 2. 3' Pew Wafers 2. 3, 4:
Board of Governors: Philosophy Club I. 2.
ROBERT COLGROVE 0 Seneca. Pa. 0 Baseball 3. 4'
Caduccan Socfefy l. 2: Newman Qub 4: Phi Befa
JACK J. COLLIGAN o Bradbrd. Pa. 0 Phi DeHa Thcfa
o Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4.
EDWARD B. COLLINS o PhUade'phia. Pa. 0 Npha Tm
Omega 0 REfle Team 4' Caducean Soclefy !.' Dab
Penvzf'vadan l. 2' Mazk yd VVIg C'ub 3. 4: Quarfer-
deck Sodefy 2. 3 4: Scabbard and Blade 3. 4: Varslfy
Club 4: WXPN l.
HOWARD LEE CRAIG, JR. 0 Rlchmond. Va. 0 Ameri-
cm ChemIca! Sobefy 2. 3. 4' ChrEstan Assoclaonn l.
2. 3. 4. Cabinef 3' Cadef Caund l: DaHy Pennsylvanian
l. 2. 3. Pnofo Edlmr 3' Franklin Sociew 2. 3. 4: German
Cub 2' Pershimg RlHe; 2, 3. 4' PhofographEc Socle+y
l. 2. 3. 4' Record l. Pho'o Edifor 2. Acfivifles Edifor
3' WM lam Penn Cub 2. 3.
DAVID CROWNOVER o PMadebHa. Pa. 0 Associafion
d Mujc Smdenk' Chm Socief,. Presidenf. Manager:
French Ciub' G3ee Club' Penn Players: PI DeHa Phi;
Sca'es Sacfeh' S.mphcn, Orchesfra.
H. DAVID CUMMINGS o Philadelp'ma. Pa. 0 AmerEcan
Chem'cizV Stdvy 4' A Cacoe'a Cthr 3. 4: Chem!
Scc'ew 3. 4: 6109 C1ub3.4: Maskand Wig Club 3.
ELLIOT DARDIK 0 Long Branch. N. J. 0 Hillel FoundaHon.
PHILIP D. DAVIDSON o Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 0 Hillel Foun-
daflon; lnfernafional Affairs Council; Scabbard and
ROBERT C. S. DEACON o Merlon. Pa. 0 Phi Kappa Psi
0 Arnold Air Sociefy 3. 4.
JAMES B. C. DELEHANTY o Foresf HiHs. N. Y. 0 Phi
Kappa Sigma 0 Friars Senior Sociefy; Crew l. J.V.
3. 4; lnferfrafernify Council 4: Newman'CEub l. 2. 3.
4; Arnold Air Soclefy 3. 4; Varsify Boaf Club 3. 4.
Vice Commodore 4; Varsify Club 3. 4; Ivy Day Chair-
man: Scabbard and Blade.
JOHN Z. DELP 0 Camden. N. J.
JACK DIMENSTEIN o Foresf Hills. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon
PI 0 Fencing I. 2. J.V. 3. Manager 4: AtheHc Man-
agerial Board 4: Band I. 2. 3. 4: Chess Club 2. 3: HiHel
FoundaHon I. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 4; WXPN 2. 3.
GEORGE DLUGATZ 0 New York CHy. N. Y. o Caducean
Sociefy. Secretary; Chess Club; Wifmer Sociefy. PresL
RAYMOND M. DORSCH. JR. 0 Be+Hehem. Pa. 0 Sigma
Npha Epsilon 0 150410. Crew I. 2. 3. 4; Mask and Wig
Show I. 4: Pershing Rifles l. 2. 3; Npha Epsilon Delia
3. 4; Varsify Boa+ Ciub 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 4.
EMERY W. DOUGHERTY 0 Linden. N. J. o Glee Club
LEWIS S. DOUGHERTY. JR. 0 Harrisburg. Pa. 0 Acacia.
ROBERT W. DOWNING o Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 0 Phi Befa
Kappa: Wifmer Sociefy. Vice President
IRA M. DUSHOFF o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Fencing J. V.
2. 3. Capfain 3. Varsify 4: Caducean Socle'ry; Fencing
Socieer'. Gladius Club: Hillel Foundafion.
EUGENE F. DWYER o Malvern. Pa. 0 Caducean Sociefy;
German Club: Newman C'ub.
HARRISON EASTBURN o Wyncofe. Pa. 0 ISO-lb. Poof-
ball 3: Pre-Law Sociefy: Spanish Club.
GERALD S. EICHELBERGER o Collingswood. N. J.
RUSSELL H. EICHENGREEN o PhlladelphEa. Pa.
HARRY H. ELLIS o PhHadelphia, Pa. 0 lnfer-Colkeglafe
Conference on Government Universify of Penn. Chair-
man 3: lnfernafional AHaIrs Council; Unifed World
Federalism: Young Repubhcan Oub.
ROBERT W. ERDOS 0 York. Pa. 0 Phi Epsilon Phi. Presi-
denf 0 Cross Counfry. Manager 4: Track. Associafe
Mgr. 4: DaHy Pennsylvanian l: HiHel Foundafion l. 2.
3. 4; Pennpix 2'. Phi Befa Kappa 3. 4: PI Npha Tau 3. 4;
Spike Shoe Club 3. 4: Varsify Club 4.
EUGENE C. ERNST o Wesf Reading. Pa. 0 RHle Team
3. 4: German Oub 2: Symphony Orchesfra l; Smdenr
CcmcH 2. 3. Secrefary 4.
JOHN LLOYD EVANS. JR. 0 Nelsonville. Ohio 0 Sigma
DANIEL E. EVARTS. Ill 0 Soufh Orange. N. J. . Sigma
DAVID FAEGENBURG O Philadefphia. Pa. 0 VViHiam
ROBERT J. FALLON o Fifchburg. Mass 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa o Newman Oub l. 2.
ANTHONY N. FARFAGLIA O Canasfofa. N. Y. 0 Band
I: Caducean Sociefy 3, 4; Chrisfian AssociaHon l. 3. 4;
Newman Qub l. 3. 4.
STEPHEN M. FELDMAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
JOSEPH M. FIELD o Merion. Pa. 0 Pi Lambda Phi 0 Daily
Pennsylvanian 2. 3. 4: Debafe Council 2. 3. 4; Delta
Sigma Rho 3. 4; Hille! FoundaHon 2. 3. 4: lnfercoHegiafe
Conference on Inferna+lonal AfFairs: Symphony Or-
IRWIN R. FISCH o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Swimming l. 2'.
Caducean Sociefy; Alpha Epsilon Delfa.
MARSHALL FLAMM 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ERIC M. FLAXENBURG 0 Rosemonf. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma
Del+a o Fencing 1: Scabbard and Blade.
RICHARD S. FLEMING 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
GUY S. FOEHL 0 Springfield. Pa.
DAVID S. FORREST o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Befa Thefa Pi
o Wresfling l. 4.
WILLIAM M. FORREST o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Befa Thefa
Pi 0 Track I. 4; Wresfllng l. 2. 4; Inlerfrafemify Coun-
cil 3. 4'. Spike Shoe C1ub 4.
HOWARD R. FOSTER o Chelfenham. Pa. 0 Alpha TaL
Omega 0 Track I; Chrisfian AssociaHon 4.
ARNOLD FOX 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ROBERT A. FOX 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Delfa Kappa EpSL
Ion o FoofbaH. Varsify 3. 4.
JOHN V. FOYT 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
LEE FRANTZ o PhHadelphIa. Pa. 0 Pi Mu Epsilon.
IRWIN M. FREUNDLICH o Drexei Hill, Pa. 0 Kappa Nu.
CHARLES L. FREY o Dunellem N. J. O Fencing 2. 3.
J.V.; Gladius Club.
JOHN E. FRICKE o Merion. Pa. 0 Psi Upsilon o Choral
Sociefy 3, 4: Glee Club 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 4.
HAROLD FRISHMAN 0 New York Cify, N. Y. 0 Fresh-
man Mask and Wig Show. .
LINWOOD T. GEIGER o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
HENRY GEITZ 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 DeHa Phi Alpha 0
WiHiam Penn Club.
NATHAN R. GETTES 0 Philadelphia Pa. o HiHel Foun-
"Hurrah for the Red and the Blue."
da+ion l. 2. 3. 4.
RICHARD T. GILL o Brisfol. Pa.
THOMAS F. GILSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 Foofball l. 2. 3: lnfernafional AHairs CouncH;
Newman Club 4: Pre-Law SocIefy 2. 3.
GEORGE G. GIVEN. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma
Alpha Epsilon o Chrlsflan Associafion.
LEON J. GLAZERMAN 0 Lawrence Mass 0 Kappa Nu.
FARRELL M. GLICK 0 Newark. N. J. o Chrisfian Asso-
clafion: Hillel Foundafion.
JULIAN M. GOKHALE o MerchanWille. N. J.
SORRELL R. GOLDBERG o Venfnor, N. J. o Tau Delfa
JOHN J. GORMAN . : . - 3:173
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CHARLES s. GORMLY . n: v, .
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WILLIAM F . GRAHAM . :1 ran, 51.0 32:,
, , 2 3 4- .4. Fwwy
DAVID M. GRAY o Ff'r N, Y. o P? Karts PJ 0
Vr'r-wr' ," : 5:513: Car:W NVXPN.
SAMUEL A. GRAY o Hendu'u Hawai'.
PAUL B. GREEN 0 demexd, Pa. 0 Bcfa T'nefa PI 0
P" Es"; K3523 3 4.
IRVING T. GREENBERG 0 Springfield. Mass 0 HiHel
Fsurdaflon 3, 4.
WILLIAM M. GROSS o HarrIsburg, Pa. 0 Tau Delfa Phi
0 Bridge Club: Cmema Club: HXHd Foundafion: Infer-
rrafernfm CouncEl' PreALaw SocIefy.
EDWARD R. HAGOPIAN 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Cadu-
cem Sacleht ChrEsHan Associafion: PI Mu EpsHon:
Npha Epsilon DeHa: Spanish Qub.
WILLIAM H. HALBERSTADT o SpringfieCd. Pa. 0 Phi-
HAROLD J. HALLAM o Phlbdew'phia, Pa. 0 Pennsylvania
JOHN R. HANSELL o Phlfade'phla Pa.
JAMES S. HARlNG. JR. 0 Ridgewood, N. J,
PAUL HARRITON o Philade'phIa. Pa. 0 ln+erna+lcnal
Again Ccuncih Oxford UwTon: Sfudenk for De'wo
Craffc Aden, Presidedf; WHanm Penn Club: VVXPN:
RICHARD W. HARTMANN. JR. 0 W Ir new3cd, Pa. o
nga Nu o Foofba'l l.
DONALD R. HAWS o ProspemL Park. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa o WXPN I.
RICHARD C. HEDGES o Excelsior Springs. Mo. 0 Befa
Thefa PE 0 Crew l: Soccer l: Caducean Sociefy l. 2:
Mask and Wig Club 2. 3. 4. Sfage Manager.
CARL D. HERMAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Caducean So-
ciefy: Wifmer Sociefy.
ROBERT J. HEWSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Newman
Club 3, 4.
HARMON T. HICKS 0 CornweHs Helghfs. Pa.
CHARLES T. HILL. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
Epsilon o Friars Senior Sociefy: Baseball. Head Manager
4: Afhiefic Managerial Board. Secrefary-Treasurer;
JOHN W. HOCHSTUHL o Philade'Iphia. Pa. 0 Crew 1, 2.
3: Newman Club I, 2. 3, 4; Varsify Boaf Club 2. 3. 4.
JAMES J. HOPES 0 Moscow. Pa. 0 Kappa Alpha 0 Npha
Phi Omega 1.2; lnfercollegiafe Conference on Goverm
menf 3. 4.
HAROLD A. HOPKINS. JR. 0 Willow Grove. Pa. 0
J.V. Soccer 1. 2: Quar+erdeck Sociefy 2.
THOMAS R. HOUSEKNECHT o Gloucesfer Cify. N. J. 0
Alpha Epsilon DeHa 3. 4.
PAUL V. HOWARD 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha
0 Phofographic Soclefy 2.
HARRY HULMES o Abing+on. Pa.
GEORGE S. HUNDT 0 Berwyn. Pa. o Delfa Psi.
CHASE SANBORN HUNT o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Psi Up-
silon 0 ISO lb. FoofbaH 2. 3. 4. Co-Caphain 4: Choral
Sociefy l. 2; Daily Pennsylvania 3. 4: Arnold Air So-
cie+y 3, 4; Spanish Club 2: Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
DORSEY G. HUSTED 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
HAROLD E. IKELER. JR. 0 PoHsgrove. Pa. 0 Alpha
JAMES J. JAGGARD . Collingswood. N. J. . 3.9m pm
Eosifon o Lacrosse l. 2.
ALONZO JARMAN . Nomsmwn. Pa. . g.gma Alpha
DONALD H. JOHNSON o Coliingswood. N. J. o Chris-
+ian Assoclafion l. 4: German Club 1, 2.
GEOFFREY A. JOHNSON o Larchmonf. N. Y. 0 Porn
JOSEPH O. JOHNSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
VJILLIAM KAMERLING o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Npha
Epsilon Delfa: Hillel Foundaflon 4.
ALFRED KATZMAN 0 Newark. N. J. o Markefmg So-
cie+y: William Penn Club.
DAVID KAUFMAN o EllzabeHL N. J. 0 Phi EpsHon Pi.
Secrefary 3: Foofball l: Npha Epsilon Delfa 4: Campus
Chesf 3. Vice Chairman 4: Dormlfory Council. Secre2
+ary 2. Presidenf 3; Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3.4; Pariefal
CommiHee 3: Undergrad Council 3.
HARRY R. KEALEY 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
HERBERT KEAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 ISO lb. FoofbaH l:
Soccer l: Wresfling l; Alpha Epsilon Delfa; Caducean
Sociefy. PublIcHy Chairman 2.
HOWARD E. KELLNER o Flushing. N. Y. 0 Swimming l.
JAMES L. KENSIL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 DaHy Pennsyi-
vanian I. 2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3: 4.
HOWARD L. KENT o Conshohocken. Pa.
PAUL E. KEOGH o Bayside. N. Y. o Befa Thefa Pi o
Sphinx Senior Sociefy: Kife and Key: Track. Varslfy 2.
3. 4: Newman Club. Execufive Commiffee; Spike Shoe
Club 2. 3. 4. President Varsify Club. Secrefary
JAMES KLEMSTINE o Windber. Pa. 0 French Cfub l, 2:
lnfernafional Affairs Council 3: Young Repubhcan
WILLIAM H. KNOLL o PhHadelphIa. Pa. 0 Wiliiam Penn
BERNARD J. KRAVITZ o Nanflcoke. Pa. 0 Alpha Chi
Rho o Newman Club 3, 4.
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3 PI .
JAMES WEBER KRIEBEL. JR. 0 Conshohocken. Pa. 0
Phi Gamma Delfa o Caducean Sociefy 2. 3; Choral So-
cie+y 3: Chrisfian AssociaHon 2. 3: Quar+erdeck'50cie+y.
BERTRAND KUSHNER o Philade3phia. Pa. 0 Alpha Epsi-
lon DeHa; Hillel FoundaHon l.
KLAUS LANGE 0 Shanghai. China 0 Alpha Phi Omega
I. 2. 3, 4; American Chemical Sociefy I. 2. 3. 4. Social
Chairman; German Club I; Sfudenf Council 3. 4.
ROBERT S. LATCH o Palmyra. N. J. o Lambda Chi
Alpha 0 Band I: Chrisfian Associa+ion l. 2. 4; Young
Republican Club 2.
CHARLES R. LATIMER o Bellwood. Pa. 0 PI Kappa Npha
o Chrisfian AssociaHon 3, 4.
WILLIAM LAUFER 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon
PI 0 Track 2; Debafe Council I: Hillel FoundaHon l. 2.
3, 4; Philoma+hean Sociefy 2. 3. 4.
FRED L. LEMONT 0 Cape May Cour+ House. N. J. o
DeHa Kappa Epsilon. Secrefary 3; ISO lb. Crew 2:
Swimming I: Markefing Sociefy 4: Spanish Club 4.
SYLVAN L. LEVEY 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ALEXANDER LOUIS LEVIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau
AARON J. LEVINSON o Absecon. N. J. 0 French Club
4; Hillel Foundafion I. 2. 3. 4: ln+erna+ionai AHairs
Council 3. 4: Delfa Phi 3. 4: Pre-Law Sociefy 3. 4;
Unifed World Federalisfs 3; World Affairs Council.
ROBERT PALEY LEVY 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Zefa Be+a
Tau 0 Swimming 1; Tennis l. Varsify 2. 3. 4: Hillel
Founda+ion l. 2. 3. 4: Varsify Club I. 2. 3; WXPN
l. 2. 3. 4.
RICHARD LICHTMAN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Kappa Nu 0
Band I. 2. 3; Dormifory Council 2: Hillel Foundafion I.
2. 3. 4: Pennsylvania Liferary Review: Phi Befa Kappa 4;
Philomafhean Sociefy 3. 4.
JOHN PAUL LIGHT 0 Cumberland. Md. 0 Alpha Sigma
HOMER L. LITZENBERG. III 0 Washingfon. D. C. 0
Phi Kappa Psi.
JAY LOEBEL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Alpha Epsilon Pi o
Ini'ercollegiafe Conference Planning Commiffee; Penn-
pix: Penn Players.
NORMAN MAGID o PhiiadeVphEa. Pa.
JOHN S. P. MAKIVER. JR. 0 SfraHord. Pa. 0 P51 Upsilon
0 Hill School Club.
WILLIAM J. MALOY. JR. 0 Rochesfer. N. Y. o Psi Up-
silon. Presldenf o Housfon Hail Board: Kife and Key:
Crew l; DaHy Pennsylvanian I. 2: Debafe Council I.
2. 3. 4; lnferfrafemify Council I. 2. 3. 4: Infernaficnd
Affairs Councii 2. 3; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Penn
Players l. 2: Sfudenfs for Democrafic AcfEcn l. 2. 3:
Unifed World FederaHsfs l. 2.
DEFORREST MARCHANT o Drexez HM, Pa.
JOHN P. MASON o PHadebhia, Pa.
ANTHONY E. MASTRIPPOLITO o PhHade'phIa, Pa.
6. HUBERT MATTHEWS o Kingsfon, N. Y. o Agacjd .
Deda Ph, A4p'na 4: German CW0 3, 4: HIM Fomda. I
Eon 3, 4: Permsfvama Chrisfian FeHowsHIp l, 2; Young
JOSEPH C. MAYER 0 Linden, N. J. o Amabur R533
CW0, Secrefary V: Caducean Sociefy 3, 4; WWam
Perm Club 3, 4.
GUS J. MAZZOLA, JR. 0 Philaddphia, Pa. 0 Sigma
Npha Epsilon 0 Italian Qub.
JOSIAH BARTOW McCALL o Chesfnuf HM, Pa. 0
Delfa Psi: Friars Senior Sociefy: Crew l, Varsify 2, 3, 4;
Varslfy Boaf Oub 2, 3, 4: Treasurer: Var5i+y Club 2,
RAYMOND L. MCCONEMY, JR. 0 Philadelphia, Pa.
JOHN F. McCREA, JR. 0 Philaddphla, Pa.
FREDERICK MCDONALD o PhiladeIphia, Pa. 0 French TC
Club 3: Phi Be+a Kappa 3, 4: Pi DeHa Phi 2, 3, 4. R4
WALTER B. McNIUTT 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Phi Kappa
Psi o 150 Ib. FoofbaH 4: Insurance Soclefy 4.
AARON MEDOW o Philade4phia, Pa. 0 Fencing Varslfy W
3: Gladius Club 3: HiHel Foundafion 2.
PINCHAS MENDELSON 0 Haifa, Israel 0 Hillel Founda-
+ion: Pi Mu Epsilon. Rl
JOSE A. MERA o SamL Urce, Puerfo Rico 0 Lambda Chi
Alpha 0 Chrisfian Associafion l, 2: Newman Club 2, 3.
4: Phofo. Soclefy 3,4: Spanish Club 3, 4.
RYLAND S. MERKEY 0 Pine Grove, Pa. 0 Alpha Sigma
Phi o A Cappella Choir 2. 3: Choral Sociefy l. 2, 3:
German Club I:Glee Club I, 2, 3. 4, President Fresh- 4 M
man Mask and Wig Show: Mask and Wig Club 3, 4. R4
JAMES MIHALICK o Dunlo, Pa. 0 Baseball l: 150 lb.
DAVID TOLMAN MILLER o Ambler, Pa. 0 Delfa Phi.
PresldemL 4 o Freshman Mask and Wig Show.
ANTHONY PETER MONACO 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0
Alpha Epsilon Delfa. Tre'asurer; Caducean Sociefy:
Newman Club: Phi Befa Kappa.
ROBERT MONSUL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Daily Pennsyl-
vanian 4; Penn Players 1, 2. 3, 4: Phllomafhean Sociefy
l; WXPN l. 2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM C. MOORE o Washingfon. D. C. 0 Bridge
Club;Chora1Soclefy:ChrIs+Ean Assoclaflon; GAee Club,
Sfuden+ Direcfor: Propeller Club.
ROBERT LAWRENCE MOSKOWHZ o Passaic, N. J. 0
Alpha Epsilon Pi 0 Swimming l; Npha Epsilon DeHa.
Presidenf 4: Caducean Soclefy 2, 3, Execuh've Com-
miHee 3: Debafe Panel: Hillel FoundaHon 2. 3.
RICHARD T. MUHLBERGER o AHenfown. Pa. 0 Lambda
Chi Alpha. Vice Presidenf o BaskeeraH l: Dean's Ad-
visory Council; lnferfrafernlfy CouncH 3: Senior Class
NEHEMIAH MUNYAMA o Umlrall So, Rhodesia.
ROY NAGLE o PhHadelphIa Pa. 0 Phi EpsHon PI 0
Alpha EpsHon Delfa. Execufive CommiHee; Caducean
Sociew: Phi BeJra Kappa.
RICHARD NAGLER 0 Long Beach N. Y. o Al'pl'da Epsi-
Anything for charity.
Ion DeHa. Vice Presidenf: Caducean Sociefy: Debafe
Council; Delfa Sigma Rho. Vice President: Pershing
CHARLES NEEDLEMAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma
ROGER B. NEILSON o Milfon. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma Kappa o
Rirfle Team 4: Npha Phi Omega I. 2: ASCE: Freshman
ROBERT MILES NELSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
GEORGE A. NERANCHI 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Dormifory
Council: Epsilon Phi Sigma.
JAMES A. NEWPHER, JR. 0 Wayne, Pa. 0 DeHa UpsHon
o Caducean Sociefy: Quarferdeck Sociefv.
CRAIG ALAN NEWTON o HaddorHieH, N. J. 0 Kappa
HOWARD A. OGDEN o Brookiyn, N. Y. 0 Crew 2, 3.
HARRY A. OLEYNICK o Elizabeflm N. J o Npha Epsilon
DeHa: Caducean Sodefy' Pennplx; Photographic So-
Cieer; Record; Spike Shoe Oub.
ALAN OSER o Ct'c . M t 31. Y. 0 Film E255" P3 o
"W T: :9": .V'V: 2' Fran?"
5:3 r-2 :9": . 3 4 E: '1' ' C3 E: 4' 5"' :Mawea"
:;.2 3 4':"'L:P.V'C"i3 4.
BERNARD OSTRUM o 3" 3:15:7'3 :3. O Tau De 33 PT?
0 A :73 Es. :' Dr, 333 4' H e 9:333'bh,
EDWARD S. PADGET o T'szi- w Pa. 0 A056
3 C 3
E23 ;" C3 0 3A rrJ E:::' :" 00.33 4- H e chjy'on.
HENRY W. PARKHURST, JR. 0 Bewm, Pa. 0 Kappa
ROYjPARLINl . Freecsrt N. Y. . Tam ca: . DaHy
Pcn":, Jy'an l, 2, 3' Jr'cr Anrak Pemplx 2, 3:
szbgrarm': 3:13;, I, 2 3, Secre+ar,-Treasurer, Presw?
denL Read 2, 3, Assfsxa'wf Phdo Ed'for 2, Phofo
SHELDON PINKUS o OVpHanh Pa. 0 Sigma A'pha Mu
o HIHeV Founda+fon l, 2, 3, 4' Markefing Sociefy 2, 3.
DONALD PIOUS o Bridgeporf, Conn. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu o Sphinx Senior Sociefy' Housfon Hall Board, Vice
Chairman 4- P'm' Kappa Befa 3' College Advisory Com3
miffee' Hiliel Foundafion l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class PresL
denf' Undergraduafe CouncH 3.
SEYMOUR PIWOZ o PhHadelphIa, Pa. 0 Tau Delfa Phi.
GEORGE C. POLLARD o vmeland, N. J. o Sociefy for
the Advancemenf of Managemen+ 3, 4: Glee Club I:
Markefmg Sociefy 3, 4; Spanish Club I.
ROBERT THOMPSON PRICE 0 Piffsburgh, Pa. o Quan
ferdeck SocIefy 3, 4.
AUGUSTUS PRINCE 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Kappa Alpha
DAVID S. PROMISH 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Swimming l,
2; WresHIng 4.
HUBERT T. PROUDFORD o PMadeIphIa, Pa.
ANTHONY J. PULEO o Norrisfown, Pa. 0 BOW 4; Abba
PH Omega: Caducean SocIefy: French Club: Insurance
80003,: Newman Club: WiHiam Penn Cfub: Young
PAUL C. QUATTRONE o Philadelphla, Pa. 0 Chrisfian
Assoclmion: Malian Club: Newman Oub: PhllosopHIcal
Soclefy: Soufhern Circle; WHIIam Penn Club.
CARLOS QUIAN o Princefon. N. J. o Fencing 2; Phi
ROLAND R. RANDALL. JR. 0 PhiladeVphia. Pa. 0 Phi
Gamma DeHa 0 Alpha Phi Omega l. 2. 3: Chrisfian
Associafion 4: Daily Pennsylvanian 2:61ee Club I. 2, 3,
JOHN S. RANKIN 0 Louisville. Ky. 0 Sigma Alpha Epsi-
ion. Presidenf o Friars Senior Sociefy: All-UniversHy
Council 3; Chris+ian Associafion I; College Advisory
CommiHee 3: ln+er1fra+ernify Council 3: Junior Class
Council 3: Mask and Wig Club 2. 3. 4, Publicify Mana-
ger 4; Pershing RiHeS 2; Record 2. 3. 4; Vigilanfe Com-
JOSEPH V. RESTIFO 0 Philadelphia, Pa.
WILLIAM R. RISDEN. JR. 0 Poinf Pleasant N. J. o
AviaHon Club; Chris+ian AssocIaHon 3; Ouflng Club 4.
DAVID JOSEPH RITCHIE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Alpha
Epsilon Delfa; College Advisory CommiHee: Newman
Club; Phi Befa Kappa.
JOHN T. ROBERTS 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Crew l. 2.
PIERRE A. ROCHAT o WesHield, N. J. 0 Sigma Chi 0
I50 lb. Foofball. VarsHy 4; Dormifory Council; Fresh-
man Class Secre+ary and Treasurer; Freshman Council:
Baskefball, Mgr. 2.
MARTIN ROSE o Larchmon+, N. Y. 0 Daily Pennsyl-
BURTON S. ROSEN 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Hille! Founda-
GIRARD KAY ROSENBLUM 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Chess
Club. Vice Presidenf 3. Presidenf 4: Phi Befa Kappa;
Pi Mu Epsilon.
WALTER ROSENFELD o Rockville Cen+er, N. Y. o Fenc-
ing. J.V. 3, 4: Pennsylvania Liferary Review. Assisfanf
Edifor 3. Edi+or 4: Phi Befa Kappa 4; Pi Thefa Phi; Span-
ish Club 2: WXPN 1.2.
HERBERT A. ROSENTHAL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Alpha
Epsilon Delfa o Caducean Socie+y; Phi Befa Kappa.
STANLEY ROSENZWEIG 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Hillel
EDWARD L. ROTHSTEIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
MARVIN RUBENSTEIN o 1'
CHARLESK.RUSSELL0; i ,o::'
RICHARD R. RYAN . '- 7.:
EDVJARD RZEPNICKI o C :rh o :' -3" ::33
DAVID'ST. GEORGE . a c. a: , . . L L
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x. cm - :' A , ' , - C 1,. -
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CM; 2 3 4.
DAVID S. SALSBURG I :"5,':: Cr1o Vivi? Np o
8:": C C '1 Cw Ew::m".c- Eifs 37 39""
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G. FOSTER SANFORD, Ill 0 Hr": 3'r N. J. o P,' UCZI-
Fr 0 Crawl 2 3' 150 :. Fcyoa 2 3'1":urcrce So-
r'rw, 4' V 1"", 821' C pr: 23 4.
SALVATORE SANTAMARIA o NVCI? C: :ngsn'cwji N J.
PETER SCAMAGAS o Pflaaermim Pa. 0 Epilsn PH
ngma, Prefavf 3 Trcawrcr 4.
MICHAEL ALAN SCHER o Crangord N. J. o A'Qha Phi
Omega 1, Z 3 4' Cinema Club E -:eCquve Board 3, 4;
HRH FoundafIcn l Z 3. 4: PMcmafhean SOOCW 4'
PrerLaw 235w, 4.
JOEL U. S. SCHNEIERSON 0 New York CM; N. Y. o
Tau Dem Ph? 0 Brdlgc Oub' Hi bl Foundaflon.
CARL SCHUBERT, JR. 0 E kfm Park, Pa.
JOSEPH H. SCHWARTZ o PnWade'pha, Pa. 0 HWel
FCUHTIJT;C"' Sfudeqfs for Democrafk: Acfion.
THOMAS A. SCOTT o Nauvoo. Na. 0 ChrlsMan Asso-
cian'jn Cab'wx' lNernybnal Affairs CouncH: Phi Befa
Kappa' P' Mu Epglbn.
HIRSH S. SEGAL o PMadephIa. Pa. 0 Phofographic So-
ROBERT H. SELLER o Ph"aic ;3hTa, Pa. 0 Sigma A'pha
Mu o A PLH En? m DcVa 4.
DAVID SELLIN o PAH130H7R'3.P10 P Uafbw o Franklm
SQC'CM' Ina 'an C uD' Penmv'u Ar? Ealwr.
BERTRAM HERBERT SHAPIRO o PMaddphIal Pa. 0 AI-
pHa PHI Omegj Treawrer,
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PAUL SHER o Vineland. N. J. 0 Alpha Epsilon Delfa o
Caducean Sociefy: German Ciub; Hillel Foundafion.
ROBERT J. SHICK o Blairsville. Pa.
MORTON W. SHRAGER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Fencing:
DeHa Phi Alpha; German Club: Hillel Foundafion: Phi
Lambda Upsilon. Secrefary; Phi Befa Kappa; Philo-
WILLIAM A. SIEGFRIED 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Bridge
Club I: Chess Club lzChrisflan Associafion l. 2.
JOSEPH E. SILVERMAN o Laurelfon. N. Y. 0 Kappa Nu.
President Sec'refary o Hillel FoundaHon; Inferfrafernify
Council; Infernafional AHairs Council: lnframural Afh-
lefics Manager: Pre-Law Sociefy.
EARL H. SIMMONS. JR. 0 FoIcroH. Pa. 0 Alpha Phi
Omega 2. 3. 4: Amafeur Radio Club 2. 3. 4 Secrefary:
Aviafion Club 2. 3. 4 Vice President President Chris-
Jrian Associafion 2. 3. 4: lnfernafional Affairs Council 2.
3. 4; Philosophical Sociefy 2; WXPN 2.
KENNETH A. SIMON o Trenfon. N. J. o Npha Epsilon
Delia: Band I. 2. 3.
PHILIP C. SIMON 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Daily Pennsyl-
vanian. Fea+ure Edi+or1 Cinema Club; Quarferdeck So-
ciefy; Record. Fra+ernl+ies Edifor.
ROBERT S. SINN o Seaside Park. N. J. o Thefa Chi.
MALCOLM SITKOFF 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 German Club:
Hillel Foundafion; Alpha Epsilon Delfa.
HENRY A. SKOPEK o Nanficoke. Pa. 0 Thefa Xi 0 New-
GEORGE SLOVER o Cranbury. N. J. o J. V. Fencing 3.
4; Delfa Phi Alpha.
CHARLES F. SMITH. JR. 9 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Foofball
l. 2. 3. 4: Spike Shoe Club: Varsi+y Club.
HENRY C. SMITH. II o Narberfh. Pa. 0 Acacia 0 Band
3. 4: Cadef Council 3: Chord Soclefy 2. 3: Chrisfian
AssociaHon 2: Fanfare Sociefy 3. 4; Scabbard and
Blade 3. 4; Symphony Orchesfra: Associafion of Music
ROBERT LEE SMITH 0 Oakland. Md. 0 Thefa Xi o Choral
Socfefy 3: Daily Pennsylvanian Copy Edifor 3. 4: French
Cfub 2. 3. 4: Canferbury Club 2. 3, 4; Inferxfrafernify
Ball Commiffee 3: Penn Mike Q'ub 3. 4: Pi Delfa Phi 3.
4. Secrefary; WXPN 2. 3. 4; Conflnuify Direcfor.
STANLEY K. SMITH. JR. 0 Audubon. N. J. o Wifmer So-
cie+y 3. 4. Treasurer.
HERBERT SMOLEN o PMaddphia. Pa. o Befa Sigma Rho
o HiHe1 Foundaflon l. 2. 3. 4.
ALVIN L. SNOWISS 0 Lock Haven. Pa. 0 Debafe Coun-
cil k 2. 3. Manager 4. Presldenf: DeHa Sigma Rho 3. 4:
HiHel Foundafion l. 2, 3. 4; Pre-Law Soclefy 3. 4; Young
RepubHcan Qub 2. 3.
KENNETH H. SOLL o PWGde'pHa. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma
Rd: 0 A CW3 E0513." Deffa: Hi 'el Foundafbn.
LARRY ALAN SOMERS . Phlfadebha. Pa. . Npha
De '3 E25? cn' Pm Boa Kappa.
MELVIN N. SPITOFSKY o thadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau Delfa
JERALD MORTON SPIVAK o Paferson. N. J. o Hiliel
SEYMOUR R. STALL o Poughkeepsie. N. Y. o Ze+a Befa
Tau 0 Tennis l; Daily Pennylvanian l', HE.IeF Founda.
Tim I. 4.
SEYMOUR STEIN o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho
0 Alpha Epsilon DeHa: Hillel Foundaflon.
LOUIS HERMAN STEINBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Avl-
KENNETH P. STEVENS. JR. 0 Mays Landing. N. J. o
Chrisfian Associafion: Pennsylvania Chrisflan Fellow-
LAUEENCE STEWART o Havre de Grace. Md. 0 Thefa
Chi 0 Penn Players l.
WILLIAM J. STEWART. JR. 0 Bala Cynwyd. Pa. 0 Psi
Upsilon o Cade+ Council 2, 3. 4; Insurance Socie+y 4:
Pennsylvania Chrisfian Fellowship 4: Pershing thes l.
2: Phofographic Sociefy l. 2. 3. 4; Scabbard and
Blade 3. 4.
ARNOLD E. STILLMAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ROBERT J. STRITZINGER o Grosse Poinfe. Mich. 0 Chess
Club; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4.
KUROS TABARI o Tehran. Iran 0 Infernafional Affairs
Council: Chrisfian AssociaHon.
CRAIG C. TARLER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Delfa Tau Delfa
o Scabbard and Blade l. 2.
CARLYLE M. THOMAS. JR. 0 Bangor. Pa. 0 Chrisfian
JOHN D. THOMAS o Clarksburg. W. Va. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 ISO lb. Crew l: WresHing 4, Head Manager:
A+hle+ic Managerial Board 4; Cadef Council 3. Rec-
order: Chrisfian Associafion: Grappler's Club 3. 4:
Varsify Club 4; Rifle Team I. 2.
ERNEST A. TILL o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 Italian Club 4:
Newman Club 4.
JACK TOBOCHNIK 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hillel Founda-
GEORGE W. TRACY 0 Upper Darby. Pa.
PATRICK J. TREACY 0 Linden. N. J. o Newman Club I.
2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM R. TREXLER o Cresson. Pa. 0 Newman Club I.
2: Spanish Club I.
JAY l. TUMARKIN 0 New York. N. Y. o Tau Eps'rlon Phi
0 Caducean Socie+y 3: French CVub 2. 3. 4; HiHeI
FoundaHon l. 2. 3. 4; Halian Club 4: Spanish Club 3. 4.
ALBERT R. VALKO o Soufh Fork. Pa. 0 Kappa Npha So-
Ciefy 0 ISO lb. Foofball 2. 3; Varsify C1ub 2. 3. 4.
WALTER R. WAGNER o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 Spanish Club I. 2." Sophomore Dance Com-
RICHARD J. WALLACE o Woodbury. N. J.
HENRY T. WALLHAUSER o Maplewood. N. J. o DeHa
Tau Delfa. Recording Secrefary 3. Vice Presidenf 4 0
Record 3: Vigiianfe CommiHee 2.
The Red Cross Blood Drive draws three.
CHARLES L. WALTER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Chrisfian So-
cIefy: WHmer Sociefy.
HARRY K. WARREN o Swar+hmore. Pa. 0 Psi Upsilon o
Foofball l. 2. 3. 4. Capfain: Track I; In+erfra+erni+y
Ball CommiHee: Spike Shoe Club 3: Varsify Club 3. 4;
BoHom Row: Spth'
JOHN D. WARTH o Longmeadow. Mass 0 Befd Thefa
ARTHUR P. WATTS. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 PSI Upsilon
o Wresfling l. J. V. 2;. lnfemafion Affairs Council:
JOHN ROBERT WEBB o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma
LEONARD,WEINSTOCK 0 Long Branch. N. J. I Cadu-
cean Soclefy 3. 4: Alpha Epsilon Delfa 3. 4: Cinema
Club 4:H1Hel FoundaHon l. 2. 3. 4: Phi Befa Kappa 4:
WiHiam Penn Club 3. 4.
ALEXANDER M. WEIR o Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Soccer 1.
J. V. 2. 3.
JAMES J. WEISBART o l: -. '-'
VI.H f. 7.42412 , ': ,3,,,Z
FRANCIS X. WELLS o 3:" :n:
WARREN M. WELLS. JR. . W -
m.-. 4 . , 5
CARL STEVEN WEYNEBERG o
E: :4 3' 5x'r3051-w:
4'31.;c".."r':" . V:
HORACE E. WILLIAMS 0 '
A :r 2 256', 0 CH": 235?.
SAUL WINEGRAD o Crzu
F ,2"; E9, :" D023" p; Bc'a Karena.
ADRIAN BURT WINTERFIELD 0 Jacksz 6 Pa. 0
33ml F C"'3 V; O Brigg C L403 44 M' Xary Bam CsmA
M'Wm Cw'rrran 4. anooard 3": Base 3. 4' Quarien
105v 3:140, 23 4.
ALAN WIRTSHAFTER 0 Phi adelpnia. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
HARVEY l. WOLFE o Binghamkn. N. Y. o Npha Epsilon
JOHN WILLIAM WORRALL o DownIngmwn. Pa. 0 A5-
pHa Sigma PH,
LOUIS MARTIN YANNI o PHadelpHa. Pa. 0 ISO lb.
FombcH l. 2. 3,4:VarsHyC1ub 3. 4.
JOHN F. YEAGER 0 Sunbury. Pa.
ANDREW M. YOGGY. JR. 0 PMadebhla. Pa. 0 Alpha
PM Omega l. 2, 3. 4. Presldenf: ChrEsHan Associafion
l. 2. 3. 4. Cabfnef Debate Council I. 2. 3. 4: Delfa
SIgma Rho 3. 42 lNercoHegIMe Conference on 60w
Crrmen? 2. 3. 4- Phi'mafhean Saciefy 2. 3. 4, Modera4
mr- XNHIam Perm Cub 3. 4: Young Republican Oub
l. 2.3 4. Predden'r.
PHILIP H. YOUNG o Bab-me,d. Pa. 0 Acacia 0 Band
I, 2. 3,4: Inferfrme'nifyCouncH 2. 3. 4. Treasurer.
ARTHUR J. YU 0 Brooklyn N. Y. o Caducean Soclefy.
PAUL J. ZALESAK o Ccalda'e. Pa. 0 Newman Cub I.
2. 3, 4.
NORMAN PHILLIP ZARWIN o Phl'ade'phTa. Pa. 0 Pl
Lambda Pni o Inferhaflsnal AHa?rs Council 4: PreiLaw
yr. 04, 4.
BURTON ZWEIMAN o Peggac. N. J. 0 Pi Lambda Phi 0
Npha EpQKCW Debs. Secremrf Caducean Scciefy:
Campu: Chm? Commiffee' Debwe Counch'. Treasurer:
D093 SIgma Rho: erl Foundafion; Pershing RLHes:
..,,. mw- 4 -. w
DR. E. DUNCAN GRIZZELL holds +he posiiionof
Dean of +he School of Educa+ion as well as servmg
as a professor of educafion. He received his doc-
1; Tn 1892, +he thrsf specia'ized
"' F" nugmvnor mm H...
bass; :3 scram ?:r these who wished i0 enfer
W0 .03? N4: . e O was ins+ +u+eo CK H18 Coiiege. +ora+e from +he Universufy of Pennsylvania In I922
Mud '1 The .Vharfcq SChOO! was an cufgrowfh and has assumed many feaching and adminisfrahve
?an A C: .639, so fee was +he Schooi of Educaiion pos'ts in ofher schools.
7' . g a sTrniiar course. became a sep-
C"CC. The frusfees of +he Universify had
become aware cf +he increasing need ior such a
sepa'r-h :chcci primariiy because oi +he sfeadily
nncu'V'nq enrcimeni. and in 19l4, by granfing a
iarqe appropriahcn. had aided +his much needed
This schciasfic year has again seen +he School
oi Educa'rion under +he dicfaforship of Dr. Grizzel.
who has been Dean since +he resignafion of Dean
Minnick in June. l948.
In l933 an innovafion ior +he deparimenf was
underfahen which consisfed of lengfhening +he
requiar undergraduafe course from four +0 five
years. The purpose oi +his innovafion was +0 enable
+he sfudenf fo qain +hereby nof only +he +heore+ical
background of feaching buf +0 more fully imple-
ment him for his proiession by giving him pracfical
experience. This Jaffer purpose was accomplished
by permiffinq fhe sfudenf +0 feach for a semesfer
in a neighboring high school. Thus Jrhe graduafing
senior iinds himself or herseH possessed of more
siabie fechniques ihrough +he applicafion of fhis
educafional mefhod, and is. by viriue of +his. a
This is buf one symbol of +he sound. progressive
affifude which is predominaniL in +his school and
which is, aionq wifh fhe sfaff and direcfor. chieHy
responsible ior +he success ihaf if enioys as af-
fesfed by leaders in educafion foday. when Penn-
Sylvania's School of Educafion celebrafes ifs 60+h
THOMAS E. McMULLEN ads as +he Vice-Dean
in charge of +he five year program. He is also an
Associafe Professor of Educaiion.
-,zs::121' i. 'i
THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION is locaied on
Walnuf Sfreei befween Thiriy-eighfh and Thirfy-
ninih Sfreefs. The Iilman School for Children. which
is used for s+uden+ Jreaching. is ai 3944 Walnu'l'
THE OFFICE STAFF of secreiaries is re-
sponsible for keeping +he records of +he
Dean up +0 da+e and in order as well as
providing informa+ion for sfudenis.
To keep alive +0 +he needs of ifs s+uden+s. Jrhe School of Educaiion
has had a revaluaiion of program offerings in progress. A commiHee o1c
fen sfudenfs prepared a crifical and consfrudive report porfions oi
E which became a parJr of +he published progress reporf forming +he May
I950 issue of +he school's magazine. +he "Educafional OuHook." This
acfivify broughf closer associafion among sfudenfs. especially when rep-
resenfaiives of +he sfudeni commiHee mef wifh DeparfmemL of Educafion
officials, discussed problems, and made proposals. A iiner undersianding
of Jrhe purposes of +he School and a beHer comprehension of needs of
+he sfudenfs have aided bofh faculfy and sfudenis in carrying iorward
ABOVE is a class of sludenls a'r bc'rh +he gradua+e and
. -. . +h
STUDENT TEACHING Is an all imporlan+ fealure m e They are being inshucfed in me
School of Educalion. Here a sludenf is conducling her
own classroom, a praclical knowledge which is obvnously
essenlial for her fulure career.
more complex mefhods of Inslruchon.
We Learn to Teach
Wilh Jrhe opening of school lasl year. Jrwo
curricula. Nursing Educalion and Occupa-
lional Therapy. were lranslerred lo +he
School of Nursing and +0 Jthe School of
Auxiliary Medical Services, respeclively.
The original inlenlions ol lhese programs.
as +hey came info lhe School of Educalion,
had changed and had made +hem ripe for
incorporalion in Jrhe new schools which
were established July I, I950. These
changes made if possible for Jrhe admis-
sion of more sludenls who are inleresled
primarily in classroom Jreaching on all
levels from kindergarfen +hrough senior
high school. and in Jrhe special subjecls of
art business educal'ion, heallh, music, and
classes for Jrhe menlall-y relarded and for
Children wifh speech deleds. These pro-
grams are under +he direcfion ol DrfT. E.
McMullen. Vice-Dean of +he live year
THE PHYSICAL environmenf of +he School
of Educalion is unequalled on campus. The
garden behind lhe school building is a
beaufy spof in our melropolilan univer-
RELAXlNG beiween hec+ic hours. +his girl Finds comforf
on Hue s+airway in +he ha". "Oh whaf a relief +0 gei'
away from monosyllabical words and simple sen+ences!"
Composed of We oufsfanding s+uden+s in Hue School
of Educaflon. +he Educaflonal Advisory CommiHee as-
sisfs and advises Their Dean in o'reHing policy concerning
Hie sfudenfs and Hweir courses. Through presenfafion
and coordinafion of ideas from H115 sfudenf group. We
adminishafion can eFFechely Improve Condifions in He
school. keeping in mind He needs and desires of Hwe
enfire sfudenf body.
THIS IS a classroom? Give me
classes in +he School of Educa-
MUSIC PLAYS an imporianf role in educaHon. These
girls are playing a quar+e+ for clarine+s under +he direc-
+ion of +he ins+ruc+or.
The CommiHee deserves +he highesf praise for Hweir
eHorfs +0 familiarize Hue faculfy wifh Hwe adual condL
Jrions which He sfudenfs face. Only +hrough +heir con-
Jrinued adiva can He ulfima+e goal of educaHonaI
Jrechniques be achieved harmony befween sfudenfs
and Haeir factu.
SITTING: E. Harrell. V. Levifan, P.
Dellard. 2ND ROW: 5. BoHon. A.
The growfh 0E Jrhe'School 0E Educafion has probably been
more rapid Hwan Hm of any ofher deparfmenf of Hue Unl-
versify. ln Jrhe comparafively snorf Jrime of ifs exisEence. We
need Eor 1arger quarfers for Jrhe School has resuHed indi- E E,
recHy in fhe building of BenneH Hall, and has culminafed .1;
in Ehe lean-Carfer School for Kindergarfen and Primary XE Kgl
Teachers and fhe SchooE of Nursing. E 33 E
Equally as rapid as Ehe physical expansion has been Ehe E" t E
expansion of We curriculum, for The Schooi 0E Educafion 9;
has added greaHy +0 ifs lisf of subiecfs since HS founding.
Af Hwe presenf Hme, Art Music. Physical Educafion. Home
Economics, and Commercial and VocaHonal subjecfs are
all panL 01c fhe Jrraining program.
VISUAL AIDS are offen employed for
demons+ra+ion purposes in E d u c a + i o n
classes. Here s+udenfs are taking no+es on
a Film showing +echniques in child educa-
DECORATING +he +ree for He Chrisfmas
season +0 brighfen Hwe halls of Educafion.
are a professor. +he Vice-Dean. and Rufh
Coffon. assis+anf +0 +he Dean.
E n M -----n.-7Ri..-a-,..nw.....h- .. ...EE .- 7V E -
gd ,Cd GFM
G r d
STUDEN1S' TROUBLES and ques-
+ions are always deared up as soon
as +hey are presenfed thin +he
doors of H10. School of Educa'lion
office. The knowledge and experi-
ence of years of faifhful devoiion
are a+ Hm fingerfips of every sh;-
den'r and are offered 10 him for
We price of but a single ques'rion.
KAPPA PHI KAPPA
ROW ONE: H. SmHh. A. Trezza, S. BoHon. ROW TWO:
5. Weins+ock. J. Schmuckler. L. Boodis.
Kappa Phi Kappa Is composed of +hose men in We
School of Educafion who have merifed award for scho-
lasfic and educafiona! achievemem. The soclefy sponsors
var'wous funcfions bendlcial +0 siuo'enfs of educafion and
dtcusses currenf problems In ifs monfhly meefings.
,, K g. l!u UH.
STANLEY W. BOLTON o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 Kappa Phi
Kappa. Vice President Sfudenf Advisory Board for
School of Educafion: Vice President Senior Gags: Fresh-
man Hamdbook; Junior Class Council: Senior Class
Council: Joinf Class Council 3. 4.
LEO BOODIS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 HiHel Foundafion:
Kappa Phi Kappa; Symphony Orchesfra; WXPN; Pho-
ROBERT C. BROOKS o Aflanfic Cify. N. J. I Befa Sigma
Rho 0 Phi Kappa Befa'. Sphinx Senior Sociefy; Baskef-
baH l. 2. 3. 4: Baseball l. 2. 3, 4: Physical Educaflon
Majors Sociefy l. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 2, 3. 4:W1Hiam
Penn Club 1: Teachers of Tomorrow 2. 3. 4; Freshman
LEONARD BROWN 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Kappa Phi
CLYDE R. DENGLER. JR. 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Acacia 0
Band; Fanfare Socie+y.
RICHARD H. FLEU 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
JOHN H. HODGES. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 Kappa Phi Kappa.
EDWARD T. KAPROWSKI o Plymoufh. Pa. 0 Chorai So-
ciefy l. 2:61ee Club I. 2. 3: Mask and Wig Club 3:
Newman Qub i. 2. 31Quar+erdeck50ciefy 2. 3.
EDWARD T. O'NEILL o Olyphanf. Pa. 0 Kappa Phi
Kappa; Infercollegiafe Conference on Govermenf; Sku-
den+s for Democrafic Acfion.
HENRY J. PERWNSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Phi
Kappa 3. 4: Newman Club I; Teachers of Tomorrow
JOSEPH S. SCHMUCKLER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Band I.
2: Kappa Phi Kappa 3. 4.
CHARLES SCHROPE o Weshcield. N. J. o DeHa Tau
A. SEGAL 0 Reading. Pa. 0 Kappa Phi Kappa; Sfudenfs
for Democra+ic Adion.
LLOYD H. SNYDER 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Symphony On
JUSTIN CADWALADER WILLIAMS 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
EDGAR S. YETTER. JR. 0 Lancasfer. Pa.
The School of
.E D U CAT I O N
Architecture, Music and Design
Eighly-lwo RECORDS have wilnessed Jrhe growlh
of +he School of Fine Arls lrom a small body OT
sludenls lo ifs presenl size OT over four hundred and
Tilly. Al one lime. during +he depression. The en-
rollmenf dropped lo a mere +hirfy-six. The Tacully
has likewise been expanded +0 include Tilly profes-
sors and inslrudors. many of whom are nofable in
+he field of fine arfs. some having achieved world
Today +hree slruclures: Jrhe Fine Arls Building.
+he Universify Museum. and Irvine Audilorium
house nof only The Three major deparfmenls buf
also many addifional relaled subiecls. The Fine Arfs
Building confains +he adminisfralive offices. library.
and +he classrooms for Jrhe main courses. The
Museum houses models used by Jrhe sludenfs in
drawing and skelching. Irvine Audiforium is used
by Jrhe music sludenfs. where classes in musical
+heory are held. Many small rooms provide sfu-
denfs wilh privacy in which +0 pracfice Jrheir various
inslrumenls. In addilion. liberal arls courses laken
in +he College give +he sludenf a sfrong background
on which +0 base his specialized fraining.
The Fine Arls Library is oulsfanding among
libraries of ifs kind. H comprises I l.000 perfinenl'
volumes. 6 unique collecfion of over 8,000 musical
recordings in +he Singer Memorial Seclion. l90.000
pho+ographs. plafes. and illuslrahons. and 22.000
lanfern slides. all combining +0 provide The sludenl
wifh Jrhe beswL 0T equipmemL Tor his educalion.
The Fine Arfs School. like many olher profes-
sional schools. feeds a balanced dief of +heory ancl
praclice +0 The sludenf. The hisfory. evolufion, and
basic consideralions 0T arl are all a panL of his
daily learning. But 0T course. The real +es+ comes
in Jrhe draHing and drawing rooms where he prac-
+ices in order +0 make his hands skillful in applying
+he Theorelical knowledge he has absorbed in The
0 O O
DEAN G. HOLMES PERKINS is serving his
second year as head of +he School of Fine
VlCE-DEAN of +he F. A. School is Dr. G. B.
IN THIS BUILDING +he Fine Ar+s s+uden+ labors
Jtoward his goal. All hours of +he day ifs Iigh+s burn
for fhe persisfenf seeker of knowledge.
FOUR PRETTY MISSES gef Jroge'ther for
an official +eIephone call in carrying ou+
one of +heir numerous duHes in fhe oFFices of
+he School of Fine ArIs.
Since I870, when archifecfural engineering was IirsI oHered +0 +he
s+udenfs of Ihe UniversHy, Jrhe hisfory of I'he SchooI of Fine ArIs has
been one of SIeady progress. from mere recognifion Io greawL admirafion
by Jrhose who have observed ifs development
In addiIion +0 archifecfure. Ihe Iirsf course in music appeared in I875.
and now Ihaf IieId has come +0 IaIe an imporfanf place in Jrhe curriculum.
In I903. Jrhe Iirsf arI courses were IniIiaIed. Thus. when if was incorpor-
aIed a haII-CenIury ago Info a separafe building. Ihe Fine ArIs SchooI
consisfed oI buf Ihree deparfmenfs; Ihe Arfs. Archifecfure. and Music.
In I920 Jrhese were broughf Ioge+her under one dean. George S. KoyI.
This marked Jrhe beginning of Iho modern SchooI OI Fine Arfs of Penn-
ALL HEADS ge+ foge+her +0 ana-
lyze a draHing problem.
LONG HOURS are spen'r in such a 'rypical class-
room, working ou+ Nae oH-Hmes +00 numerous prob-
PLANNING +he layouf and con-
s+ruc+ing a Hre house. police s+a-
Hon. +hea+er or ofher such proiecf
is no easy fask. as H1ese sfudenfs
IT LOOKS LIKE a bird cage. buf if is really learning fhe OUT OF THE F. A. building come +59 scholars of archi-
ar+ of balance ih consfrucfion. +ec+ure. design, and music.
MOUL U! VINE ARIS
The Archifecfural Sociefy draws ifs mem-
bers from +hose s+uden+s who have excelled
in +he sfudy of archifedure and who are
acfive in ofher Universify funcfions. H is a
liaison befween professional. scholasfic.
and socw'al adivifies in +he Fine Arfs School.
Af present +he officers are servlng in an
advisory capacify +0 Jrhe Dean.
SITTING: C. Byerly. N. Flounders. Sec.: N.
Ju's+er. Pres.: G. Ba+helor, G. Ferguson. 2ND
ROW: A. Kirk. I. Kaplan. B. McMurray. R.
Rand. D. Win+z.
Tau Sigma DeHa. a nafional COI-
k h'i leglafe honor sociefy. open +0 sfu-
, denfs 01C archifedure. landscape
3: I archifedureh and aHIed arfs. em-
: phasizes scholarship and charader.
and a++emp+s +0 shmulafe menfal
achievement Those who are in Jrhe
+op fiHeen percemL of +heir class
aHer +heir junior year and have
performed sufficienf service +0
lrheir school are eligible for mem-
, h TAU SIGMA DELTA
p ' SITTING: C. Byrerly. B. McMurray.
Pres.: R. Rand. 2ND ROW: N. Jus-
+er. A. Kirk.
JOHN ADAMS o Harfsville. Pa.
WILFRED ANDREWS o Trenfon, N. J.
PETER P. BARBONE o Middlemwn, N. Y. o Archlfocfural
Sociefy; Newman Ciub.
GEORGE D. BATCHELER. JR. 0 Philipsburg, Pa. 0 Ar-
CLEMENS BENVENGA 0 Brooklyn. N. Y.
ROBERT OLOF BERG o DenvIHe. N. J. 0 Kappa Siqma 0
Swimming l; Pennpix 3; Vigilance CommiHee 2: Spike
Shoe Club 3. 4.
JAMES E. BOGLE. JR. 0 Maple Glen. Pa. 0 Thefa Xi 0
Arnold Air Socie+y 2. 3; Scabbard and Blade 3: Co-
Chairman Milifary Ball 3; Freshman Commission.
CHARLES H. BYERLY o Lancasfer. Pa. 0 Lambda Chi Al
pha o Hexagon Senior Sociefy: Archifecfural Sociefy:
Daily Pennsylvanian; Tau Sigma Delfa, Secrefary; Ten
his 2, 3, 4.
HERBERT A. CARMEN o Venfnor. N. J. o Npha Sigma
Phi. PresidemL 0 American Sociefy of Civil Engineers:
InferfrafernHy Council 4.
SAMUEL JOSEPH CASALE o Paulsboro, N. J. o Sym-
JOHN ALOYSIUS CROWLEY o Ridley Park. Pa.
JOSEPH A. DI PALMA 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
LAWRENCE DRAKE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Archifecfural
GEORGE FERGUSON 0 Oxford Pa. 0 Thefa Xi o Archi-
fecfural Socie+y 3. 4; Choral Sociefy l, 2 3: Phofo-
graphic Sociefy 4.
ISAAC NEWTON FLOUNDERS 0 Media, Pa. 0 Archifec-
Jrurai Sociefy. Secrefary; Penn Piayers.
HENRY C. GULLO 0 Brooklyn. N. Y.
CHARLES W. HADDOCK o Easf Orange. N. J. 0 Alpha
RONALD HERDER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 AssocIaHon of
Music Sfudenfs: Choral Sociefy I. 2; Philomafhean So-
STANLEY M. HOFFSTEIN o Wilmingfon. Del. 0 Delfa
Sigma Nu 0 Crew l. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Boaf Club 2. 3. 4:
Varsify Club 2, 3. 4.
JOHN B. INGLE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Acacia 0 Alpha
Phi Omega: Glee Club: Scabbard and Blade.
NORTON JUSTER 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Sigma Alpha Mu o
Hexagon Senior Sociefy; Archlfecfural Sociefy. Secre-
+ary 4. Presidenf 5: Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3, 4: Penn-
pix 4, 5: Tau Sigma DeHa 4. 5: Ivy Ball CommiHee 4.
IRVING H. KAPLAN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon
PI 0 Alpha Phi Omega: Archifecfural Sociefy: Hillel
DONALD P. KRIEBEL o HaHield. Pa. 0 Archifedural So-
cie+y: Cinema Club.
JOSEPH M. KRUDER. JR. 0 Mooresfown, N. J.
BERNARD LINDEN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Associafion of
Music Sfudenfs 2. 3. 4; Symphony Orchesfra l. 2. 3. 4:
Universify Sfring Quarfef 2. 3.
LOUIS E. McALLISTER. JR. 0 Jenkinfown. Pa. 0 Alpha
Phi Omega; American Socify of Civil Engineers; Tri-
BEN F. McMURRY. JR. 0 Knoxville. Tenn. 0 Sigma Alpha
Epsilon o ArchHecfural Sociefy: Tau Sigma Delfa. Presi-
PAUL MONAGHAN. JR. 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Delfa Psi
o Hexagon Senior Sociefy; Squash 3. 4: Varsify Club
JOHN G. NACE o Philadeiphia. Pa.
RODNEY L. NICKUM o Hellerfown. Pa. 0 Choral Sociefy
I. 2. 3. 4.
HENRY A. OLKO o Manha'ncL H, K. 0 FrCHMc-CMJNH Cg.
dew 5; Chrisfian Azzociailon 4 5: chman Qub 3,
LOWRIE S. PETERSEN o PMaddphJa, Pa.
HARRY P. PORTNOY 0 New Yorlr, N. Y.
ROBERT H. RAND o PMaddphEa, Pa. 0 ArcH So-
cle+y. Treasurer: Franklin Sociew Z 3: Pennplr, Phohg.
raphy Edifor Z 3: Tau nga DeHa, Treazurer 5: Quar.
ferdeck Sociefy 4: Phofographh Soclew I 2' 3' 4l 5
Junior Armak Phofography Edhor 3.
JOHN RUTKOWSKI o Media Pa.
GERALD F. SCHWAM o Phlladeiphia. Pa. 0 Bgfa Sigma
Rho o Archifecfural Sociefy.
ELMER IRA SHAFFER o PhITade'pHTa, Pa.
CLIFFORD B. SLAVIN o Phlbdelphia, Pa.
IRA J. STEIN o Philadebhla, Pa. 0 Phofographic Socie'q.
WILLIAM H. STEWART, JR. 0 HaddQWEVJ. N. J.
RICHARD E. TAG o Sfewari. Many, N. Y.
GEORGE M. VON UFFEL O Haddorfne i N, J. o S'qma
CM 53cm Chairman 0 Track 2 3 4' Sw'maq 17, 2'
Choral SOCTew 3: Skae 31:6 CLO 2 3 4.
HENRY WEINBERG o PWaae 3" 5 Pa
DONALD WINTZ o Ph' ade e"'a Pa. 0 A353 0 Arch?-
+ec+uraT Schefy 831:5- WXPN J: " C 333 C:m:' ' Jr.
SPENCER STEPHAN ZEIGAN o Er::k p N. Y. o Arhi-
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MOORE . ..
The Moore School of Eleciricai Engineering is +he
newes+ of Jrhe schools in +he Universify iamiiy. H
daies from I923 when Alfred Fiiier Moore. a cable
manuiadurer. provided in his will for ifs esiabiish-
memL in ihe memory oiC his parenis.
However. +his was nof +he iniiial sfep Jrowarci a
school in elecfrical engineering. As early as I893.
+he Towne School offered a course in Jrhis field and
since +ha+ fime inieresi grew as +he need for elec-
+rical knowledge became more acuie. In l9l4 a
separafe deparfmenf of Elecfrical Engineering was
esiablished wifh Dr. Harold Pender as Dean. He
remained un'ril his refiremenf in l949. af which Jrime
he was made Consulfanf oi +he Moore School. and
Dr. Carl C. Chambers. preseni Dean. was appoinfed
+0 Jrhe posifion.
ln I923 +he +rus+ees of Jrhe Moore es+a+e invoked
+he approval of +he Orphans Courf Jfor a plan where-
by +he exisiing deparimenf of eiecfricai engineering
a+ Jrhe Universify of Pennsylvania might wifh +he
concurrence of Jrhe Universify Jrrusiees. become a
separafe undergraduafe school. Then. in I926. +he
school moved info ifs presenf locaiion. Dr. Pender.
an inveferaie smoker. had only one sfipulafion; ihaiL
+he building be of icirepromC cons+ruc+ion so +ha+
smoking could be permiHed in ciass. and +his has
been a cusfom of Jrhe Moore School ever since.
Moore presenfs courses +0 Jrhe fufure engineer
which iacilifafe his undersfanding oi +he viiai elo-
menfs and provide him wifh a subsianfial back-
ground in +he field. WiJrh +his nucleus of knowledge
he may confinue his sfudy on an advanced plane or
begin his praciicai career immediafely wifh confi-
dence in his abilify +0 handie +he compiex problems
relaied +0 eiecfricify.
DR. S. REID WARREN. JR.. Asst Dean. re-
ceived numerous honors bo+h in and ouf
of engineering during his undergraduafe
days and has achieved graduafe honors in
+he field of radiological physics. Wi+h ihe
s+udenfs beH'er inferesfs in mind. Dr. War-
ren always has +ime to give a helping hand.
a ' sis VWWWWN a
DEAN CARL C. CHAMBERS ioined +he
Moore School Sfaff in I933 aHer being as-
sociafed wifh R.C.A. and Bar+el Research
Foundafion. He became supervisor of re-
search in July I948 and was appoinied
Dean in July I949. His speciaHies include
process conirol and elecfronic circuifs.
33RD AND WALNUT is +he Iocafion of +he Moore
School of Elecfrical Engineering. Modern in ifs fa-
cili+ies and fac+ory-Iike in ifs appearance +he Moore
School produces prominen+ engineers in +he elec-
UNTIL THE STUDENTS inven'r more ex+en-
sive machines. +he Moore school will con-
+inue +o hire secre+aries. This lovely group
of girls no+ only do +he paper work bu+ give
+he engineers some+hing more infereang +0
look a+ and +alk +0 +han +he wires of elec-
The Moore School. in addiHon +0 HS undergraduafe curriculum. pro-
vides ample facilifies Iror graduafe sfudy and research. Af +he presenf
+ime severa1 graduafe sfudenfs and members of We eraH are carrying
on imporfanf experimenfafion, offen coopera1ing in +heir adivifies wi'fh
ofher depar+men+s 01c +he Universify. parchlarly wifh Hue Medical School
and We Phipps lns+i+u+e.
Several bcfors are responsible For Hue high sfanding of Moore among
+he counfry's scien+ific schools: H has one of Hue Jrhree diHerenHal analyzers
in Hue Uni+ed S+a+es. This massive mechanism can solve differenHaI
equafions in a fradion d We normal Jrime required. Moore researchers
also developed fine ENIAC. an insfrumenf for solving algebraic problems.
Wifh 1+5 many complei'e labora+ories, ifs specialized insfrumenfs. and ifs
excellenf faculfy. +he Moore School adds immeasurably +0 +he fame of
Regular undergraduale inslrucfion is given in Jrhe
Moore School in all branches of eleclrical engineer-
ing. including eleclrical machinery. indusfrial
applicalions. lransmission, and elecfric commu-
nica+ion. The sludenf's course of sludy
enlails malhemalics. physics. chemislry. and
olher basic courses required for engineering sludy
during his lirsf Two years in school. He is also
offered some elecfive courses for his cul-
lural improvement The iunior and senior
years are devoled exclusively lo infensive
sludy in engineering subiecls which lead +0 The
degree of Bachelor of Science in Eleclrical
Probably +he mosf dillicull curriculum af +his
Universily is +ha+ 01C The Moore School. A Class
average of len or fwenfy per cenf on an exam
is nof exceplional. The complex nalure of
Jrhe problems offers a severe challenge nol only
+0 +he sludenl, bmL +0 The inslruclor. who musf
presenl Jrhe informalion in comprehensible
form. Thus. i+ is a credil +0 bofh when Jrhe
sludenf succeeds in maslering The malerial.
THE MOORE SCHOOL owns and +he s+uden+s opera+e
+his acfual broadcasfing s+a+ion. Only licensed "Hams"
may use +he +ransmi++er buf +he facilifies and spirif induce
many +0 become qualified operafors.
PECULIAR TO +he Moore School is +he honor sys-
+em in which all exams are of +he o
eavy-laden wifh Technical
S+uden+s enfer exams h
THE MOORE SCHOOL Au+oma+ic Compuler fig-
ures ou'r answ
wri+e an equalion.
ers +0 problems fasler Than one can
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CLOSE WORK be+ween sludenf and insfrudor is +ypical
of all Moore School c0urses, due +0 +he small size ol +he
classes and the inferesf +he insfruclors have in the sludenfs.
The purpose of Efa Kappa Nu is +0 honor high scholasfic achievemenf among Hue
s+uden+s OTC Hue Elecfrical Engineering deparfmenf of We Moore School. By granfing
recogniflon for oufsfanding work H16 Sociefy hopes +0 advance +he inferes+s of sfu-
denfs In elecfrlcal englneering and +0 $ur+her Hue ideals of Hwe School and proFession.
The requlremenfs for admission Include dls+inguished schoIarship and exempbry Char-
ETA KAPPA NU
SITTING: A. Pugh. A. Travi+z, L. Carpen+er. Pres.; N. Gerber. D. Eisenberg. 2ND ROW:
$ R. Gebhard+. E. Langberg. E. Kevanic, G. Smi+h. R. Gallagher. 3RD ROW: E. Rudmak.
G. Rosen. S. Margolis. H. Vassion.
ical EACH MONTH +he s+uden+s publish +heir own newspaper AS IN THE CASE in ofher undergradufe schools. +he
Nae "The Moore School Record." This muHi-paged bookle+ is Moore School opera+es a library where i+s s+uden+s peruse
,nfs- assembled in +his.manner. wri'ring peculiar +0 +he ways of +heir special subjecfs.
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DUE TO THE FACT Hwaf H10 Moore School
has such a small number oi sfudenfs, each
enjoys many luxuries Hiaf arr: no+ possible
in Hue oiher schools. A personal mail box is
one example of +his.
The American lnsfifufe oi Eleciricai Engineers and lnsiiv
iuie of Radio Engineers are nafionai socieiies iormed +0
furiher sfudeni iniereswL in H19 fields oi radio and elec-
+rical engineering; Ai each meeiing a faik is given by an
ouisianding man in Hie engineering iield in which Jri'ie
realm of ohmsi amperes. and volis is discussed.
A.l.E.E. 8i I.R.E.
SITTING: E. Langberg. H. Price. A. Pugh. J. Denshaw. N. Gerber. N. Goldhirsh. 2ND
ROW: J. Barry. S. Greenberg, D. Eisenberg' G. Rosen. G. Smifh, H. Dennis. 3RD
ROW: B. Rudman. H. Vassin, E. Hardiman, W. Fesmire, M. Lannin. L. Carpenfer.
MOORE SCHOOL COUNCIL
SITTING: N. Gerber. A. Travih. R. Gallagher. 2ND ROW:
B. Wiggins, D. Bugnolo. D. Landberg.
TELEVISION SET? No. iusf +ypical equip-
men'r used in He +esfing and consfruciion
of elec'rronic devises designed and built
by +he sfudenis.
The Moore Schod Council provides a link befween fhe
sfudenfs, faculfy. and adminlsfrafion of +ha+ schooL This
council affempfs +0 cope th +he various problems of
sfudenfs in +heir confacf w'wfh Hwe Insfrudors. and lay a
foundafion for a smoofhly fundioning sfudenf-feacher
IN THE WIRING of +he class problems many fypes
of equipmenf are used. Each s+uden+ has access +0
+his equipmenf room which con+ains everyfhing from
a door bell +0 an oscilloscope.
WILLIAM W. ALLEN o Ambkar. Pa.
HENRY J. BALUTA 0 Mt CarmeL Pa. 0 Lambda CH
Alpha 0 American lnsfifufe of Elecfrlcal Engineers 4;
Quarferdeck Sociefy 2. 3:6168 Club 2. 3. 4.
J. DOUGLASS BERRY o Wesf Reading. Pa. 0 Amafeur
Radio Oub l. 2. 3. 4; American lnerHufe of Hecfrical
Engineers l. 2. 3. 4; Moore School Record 2. 3. 4:
lnsfifufe o1C Radio Emgineers 2. 3. 4. Secrefary 3; Moore
School Pliofography Club 3. 4. Vice Presldenf 3.
DIMITRI BUGNOLO o AHanfic Cify. N, J. 0 American
lnsfifufe of Eiedric Engineers l. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3:
Moore School Council 4'. Audio Club. Presidenf 3.
Vice Presidenf 4.
LESTER L. CARPENTER o PhHaddphla. Pa. 0 Hexagon
Senior Socie+y; Amafeur Radio Club 2. 3; American
lnsfifufe of Eiecfrlc Engineers 4; Efa Kappa Nu 3. Presi-
demL 4: Moore School Record 3. Managing Edifor 4:
Sigma Tau 3. Treasurer 41Tau Befa Pi 4: Moore School
Council 3: lnsfifufe 0F Radio Engineers 4.
CARL R. CORSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American Insfi4
fufe of Elecfrical Engineers.
HOWELL A. DENNIS o Woodbury. N. J. o SEgma Alpha
Epsilon. Treasurer o Amafeur Radio Club I. 2. 3. 4'.
American lnsfifufre of Eledricd Engineers 2. 3. 4; Dor-
mifory Council I: lnferfrafernify Council 2.- 3; Moore
School Council I. 2. 3. 4; Moore School Record 1:
Pershing Rifles l. 2. 3: ISO lb. Crew 2: Freshman Class
Council; Sophomore Chas; Council: lnsflfque of Radio
JOSEPH MOREAU DENSHAW o Trenfon. N. J. o Amer-
ican lnsfifufe of Hecfricd Engineers.
BURRILL B. EBLE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
DONALD NELSON EKVALL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Moore
School Record: Radio Club: Penn Chanfey.
DANIEL EISENBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American ln-
sfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers 3. Chairman 4: Efa Kappa
Nu 3. Recording Secrefary 4; HiHel Foundafion 3. 4;
Moore School Record 3. 4: Sigma Tau 4: Tau Befa Pi.
WARREN C. FESMIRE 0 Willow Grove. Pa. 0 American
Insfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers. Program Chairman.
H. NEWTON GARBER 0 PhiIadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau Delfa
Phi I Amafeur Radio Club; Efa Kappa Nu. Treasurer:
Hillel Foundafion; Moore School Council: Moore School
Record: Pi Mu Epsilon. President Tau Befa Pi. Corres-
ponding Secrefary: Ins+ifu+e of Radio Engineers; Audio
HERBERT C. GERY o PhiladeIphia. Pa. 0 Moore Schod
Record 3. AmL Edi+or 4; Penn Chanfey 3. Arf Edifor 4.
MORRIS GOLDHIRSH 0 Philaddphla. Pa. 0 lnsfifufe 04
STANLEY B. GREENBERG o Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Amafeur
Radio Club: American lnsfifufe of Bedrical Engineers.
Treasurer; lnsfifufe of Radio Engineers. Treasurer;
Moore School Record: Audio Oub.
ELLIOTT R. HARDIMAN o Philaddphia. Pa.
HENRY D. HARMON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 lnsflfufe of
WILLIAM KOCHER 0 Philadethia. Pa. 0 American ln-
sfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers; lnsfifufe of Radio En-
RICHARD J. KOSICH 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 instque of
EDWARD F. KOVANIC o bemonf. Del. 0 Efa Kappa
Nu: Moore School Record. Managing Edlfor: Sigma
Tau; Quarferdeck Sociefy: Junior Class Council; Senior
Class Council; Jolnf Class Council.
MILTON LAMNIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American lnsH-
JrmLe of Elecfrical Engineers. lnsfifufe o1C Radio Engin-
SAMUEL LITWIN o Wesf Chesfer. Pa. 0 Tau DeHa Phi o
Amafeur Radio Club. President HiHel Foundafion:
Moore School Council: Moore School Record: insfifufe
of Radio Engineers: PhHosophical Soclefy: American
lnsfHufe 01C Hedrical Engineers.
DAVID LOEV 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American Insfifufe
of Elecfrical Engineers; Moore School Record; Pi Mu
Epsilon. Secrefary; Audio Ciub.
DENNIS L. MCDONALD 0 Camden. N. J. 0 American
lns+i+u+e of Elecfrical Engineers.
ERNEST W. NOWACK. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 lnsfifufe
of Radio Engineers; Audio Club.
HORACE K. PRICE 0 Telford. Pa. 0 American Insfifufe
of Elecfrical Engineers.
ALEXANDER L. PUGH. HI 0 Bala-Cynwyd. Pa. 0 Thefa
Xi o Hexagon Senior Soclefy: American lnsfifufe of
E1ec+rical Engineers 3. 4: Band I. 2. 3: Efa Kappq Nu 3.
4: Franklin Sociefy 3. 4; lnferfrafemify Council 4:
Moore Schoo! Council I. 2; Pi Mu Epsilon 3. 4: Arnold
Air Sociefy 3. 4'. Scabbard and Blade 3. 4: Sigma Tau
3. 4. Tau Befa Pi 3. 4; Triangle l. 2. 3. Edifor-in-Chief
4: lns+i+u+e of Radio Engineers 3. 4.
GEORGE ROSEN o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Amafeur Radio
Club I. 2. 3. 4: American lns+i+u+e of Elecfrlcd Engin-
eers 3. 4: Efa Kappa Nu 3. 4: Hillel Foundaflon l. 2.
3. 4: Moore School Record 3. 4; Pi Mu Epsilon 3 4: Tau
Befa Pi 3. 4; lnsflfufe 0? Radio Engineers 1. 2. 3. 4:
Audio Club 3. Vice Presidenf 4.
BERNARD ROSENBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Ama+eur
Radio Club 3; Moore Schod Record 3.
BURTON S. RUDMAN o PhHadelphIa. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma
Rho o Amafeur Radio Club 3. 4: Efa Kappa Nu 4; Pi
Mu Epsilon 3. 4. WXPN l. 2. 3; lnsfifufe of Radio En-
gineers 3. 4: Audio Oub 3. 4.
GEORGE R. SMITH o Colwyn. Pa. 0 American lnsfifufe
of Elecfrical Engineers. Secrefary: Efa Kappa Nu: Moore
School Record 3. 4.
JOSEPH M. STERN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau Epsilon Phi
o Insfifufe of Radio Engineers.
AUBREY J. TRAVITZ o Harrisburg. Pa. 0 Hexagon Senior
Sociefy; American lns+i+u+e 01F Eledrical Engineers: Efa
Kappa Nu. Vice PresEdenf: Moore School Council.
President Moore School Record; Sigma Tau; lnsfifufe
of Radio Engineers.
HERBERT J. VASSIAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hexagon
Senior Sodefy; American lnstMe of Elecfrica4 Engin-
eers. Chairman 3. 4: Efa Kappa Nu 3. 4: Moore School
Council 2. Secrefary 3: Pi Mu EpsHon 3. 4: Sigma Tau
3. Presidenf 4: Tau Befa PI 3. Vice Presidenf 4; Moore
School Record 3. 4; Engineer's Day CommiHee.
ROBERT G. WAGONER o Taunfon Lakes. N. J. o Ama-
Jreur Radio Club 2. 3. 4.
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TOWNE . ..
For Jrhe Towne School. l952 is a year oi anni-
versaries. H celebrafes +he lOth year in which a
course in science has exisfed af Jrhe Universify. anol
+he 80+h year of +he Deparfmenf oi Science ifself.
In I875. +hree years aifer ifs esfablishmenf. +his
deparfmenf was named in honor of John Henry
Towne. a pasf frusfee of Jrhe Universify.
Comple'rely organized +0 feach and condud re-
search in +he rapid +echnological advancemenfs. +he
Towne School can feel considerable pride in being
one of +he oldesf scienfiiic schools in Jrhe counfry.
Perhaps if deserves even more respect +hough. for
ifs abilify +0 progress wi+h +he +imes. Since i+s firsf
incepfion. Towne has kepf pace wifh indusfrial de-
velopmenf and +he rise of commerce +hrough a con-
sfan+ remodeling of ifs curriculum. New me+hods
in fechnoiogy have broughf new and differen+ mefh-
ods of feaching. a fur+her expansion of Jrhe building
iacilifies and a greafer supply of equipmenf for +he
The Engineering Buiiding. for example. has special
iaborafories for sfudy in fuel fechnology. maferiais
hydraulics. chemical engineering. mechanics. pa+-
+erning and a foundry. Several smaller iaborafories
have been consfrucfed for siudy of physicai chemis-
+ry. mieJrallography and phofo-eleciricify. Besides
Jthese, a new chemisfry building. modern in archi-
+ec+ural design and possessing oniy +he la+esf equip-
menf. has been added +0 Towne's facilifies.
The Towne Scienfific Library has recenHy been
enlarged for Jrhe benefi+ of no+ only +he school's
sfudenis. buf for many scholars and research workers
in Jrhe Philadelphia area as well. Here one can look
up defailed maferial on a par+icular sec+ion of ma-
chinery he is sfudying or find furfher iliusfrafion of
cerfain Jrheore+ical maferial which is given +0 him
by +he insfrucfor. These facilifies. wifh +he excellenf
cooperafion and guidance of +he faculfy and ad-
minisfrafion. give Jrhe Towne s+uden+ +he besf en-
gineering educa+ion he could hope +0 affain.
DR. MELVIN CARL MOLSTEAD. Emory
Frank Sfover. and Dr. Roberf Maynard
Brick, diredors of +he Chemical Engineer-
ing. Civil Engineering. and Metallurgical
Engineering Deparimen'rs. AI! fop men in
iheir respecfive field. +hey are highly insiru-
menial +0 +he iop-ranking posi+ion +he
Towne Scienfific School has among +he
Engineering Schools of We coun+ry.
DEAN LEE N. GULICK has served +he
Towne School in +he capaci+ies of Professor
and, Iafer. Assis+an+ Dean. He received his
BS. degree 6+ +he Universi+y of Pennsyl-
vania in l9l6 and re+urned in I927 +0 offer
pracfical experience gained as Supervisor
of fhe Midvale Sfeel Company.
ONE OF THE MOST modern s+ruc+ures on +he
campus. The Towne Scienfific School building offers
courses in many phases of Engineering. Hs many
adequal'ely equipped labs offer pracfical adapla-
Hon of +heory learned in class.
JUST AS A WHEEL is rendered helpless
wi+hou+ i+s spokes so would +he Towne school
be helpless wi+hou+ +hese superior and effi-
Every year. +housancls of applicalions are received for admiHance +0
+he Towne School from which only aboul BOO sludenls are selecled. Al-
lhough Jrhe admission requiremenls have. of necesslfy. become more
rigid, +hey have a+ +he same Jrime improved for +he benelhL ol +he sludenl.
The resull has been rewarding.
Like all olher schools of specially, +he Towne School direcls mos1L of ils
inslrucfion loward +he special phase of work which +he sluclenf cares +0
underlake. However. some eleclive courses are ollered +0 +he sludenl'
as well. Honorary frafernilies such as Alpha Chi Sigma. Tau Be+a Pil
Sigma Tau. Tau Sigma Della and +he Hexagon Senior Sociely give recog-
nilion lo oulsfanding men for +heir work in Universily life. bolh academic
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Compass and Chain, Hwe Civil Engineering Honor Sociefy
af Pennsylvania was formed +0 promofe and fos+er under-
graduafe acfivifies wifhin Hue deparfmenf of Civil Engineer-
ing. To promofe +his end, among ofher acfivifles during Hwe
fall ferm. H sponsored a freshman orienfafion program. de-
signed +0 esfablish closer confacf befween Hwe deparfmenf
and H16 new sfudenfs.
THE STUDENT nOf only learns +0 design parfs +0 masSiVe
machines bu+ also learns +0 manufadure +hem in +he shop.
OFFERING a helping hand +0 all. is Terry McCracken, Pro-
fessor Sfover's Secre+ary, +he sfudenfs' favorife "sis+er."
COMPASS 8 CHAIN
SITTING: L. Keller. S. Herlick. Prof.
ChorHon, B. Beinen. F. Aron. SIT-
TING: J. G. Moore. W. Marx. E.
Ruoff, W. Till.
SITTING: J. Brock, R. Davis. F. Chan. Pres.: A. ThompsonI
Adv.: C. Gumerman. J. Lecuona. 2ND ROW: B. KosloskiI
W. QuiHy, H. Kephart D. Mcllvain. P. Coggins. V. Elkins.
Jr. 3RD ROW: R. Fershe+ian. R. Webb. W. LawrenceI D.
Field. W. Souder. J. Nemecek.
The Sfudenf chapfer of +he A.l.Ch.E. has er0 main
purposes: +0 promofe a knowledge and undersfanding d
some of We currenf indusfriay problems and +0 provide
information concerning new Jrechnological developmenfs.
Af +he mon+hly meefings Hue members hear prominenf
speakers lec+ure on fopics of fechnical and genera! in-
THE CHAINS AND PULLEYS are needed +0 NH and place
24-inch pipe. which is s+andard equipmenf in +his well-
equipped hydraulic Iabora+ory. The lab is used no+ only
by +he s+uden+s bu+ also by many large oufside companies
+hrough Penn's "fafher of hydraulics, consulfing professor
William Sprague Pardoe.
SITTING: E. Neiguf. E. Rueff. W. Marx. T. Moore. Pres.:
E. Sfump. F. Aron. S. EhrHch. 2ND ROW: T. Love. J.
Beniamno, T. Heiman, B. Beinin. L. Keller, A. Hearn. A.
Dunlop, L. Shafer. 3RD ROW: R. Zevin. L. Lessig. Jr.. W.
Ti", J. Boraskaske. R. Byerly. N. Bubener. W. Arniel.
Open +0 all undergraduafes in Civil engineering. H16
s+uden+ Chapfer of +he A.S.C.E. gives ifs members a
chance +0 supplemenf academic Jrralning wifh a broad-
ened professional horizon. The moany meefings cenfer
abouf lecfures by leading engineers on +he various phases
of civil engineering in We business world.
Alpha Chi Sigma - Skull. bone. and an exfended hand
+hese represenf 'Bro+herhood in Chemisfry." The moHo
ALPHA CHI SIGMA
SITTING: K. Wissbrun. T. Browne. C. Sweeley, Pres.; C.
MoH'on. H. Danhow. 2ND ROW: R. Wy. 8. Fisher. R,
Barone, F. Scholnick. 3RD ROW: F. Sebelisf. G. S+ock-
burger. G. Schnable.
of Alpha Chi Sigma. Men of proven abey in Hue 199W of
chemisfry who are af leasf sophomore; and are Vne peg
sessors of high qualifies d Charader and personamy are
decfed +0 HHS professional $ra+erm+p Through He b7-
weeHy meefings We members are orienmd In Wne Held
and work for Hwe advancemenf of chemisfq and fhe pro-
WHAT HAPPENS +0 a beam un-
der a load? Ques+ions of H115 +ype
are answered by pracfical demon-
s+ra+ion while values so vifal +0 Hue
design of a beam are compu+ed
on +his machine in Hwe Maferials
GREAT EXPANSES of expensive machinery and equip- STUDENTS LEARN how +0 cope wifh Hue force and power
-men+ give Towne School Sfudenfs unlimHed opporfuni'ry. of wafer in Towne School's mosf precise Lab.
The Towne School Council joins fogefher Hwe repre-
senfaHves 01f Hue various deparfmenfs. Classes. and soci-
eHes in order +0 coordinafe+heirfunc+1ons.This group has
been Insfrumenfal in correcflng rosfer diHiculHes and in
concluding bculfy-course evaluafions. Socially. Hwe Coun-
cil sponsors ' The Orchid Serenade ' and ' The Engineer s
THE MOST conspicuous evidence
of +he Towne School Council's un-
mtailing inferesf in Hie welfare of
Hue s+uden+ is +he modern lounge
comple're wifh TV.
W W TOWNE SCHOOL COUNCIL
iS JrYPe SITTING: K. McCullough. B. Sil-
lemon' verman. J. Runzer, F. Boyle, J. Hef-
Jfo +he fernan. 2ND ROW: E. Sfump. J.
npu+9d OH, J. Webber, E. Aemisegger. E.
a+eri615 RUBH. G. McLean. 3RD ROW: R.
Mendeker. J. Ferris, W. Marx. S.
HerlichI J. Moore. ABSENT: B.
37WW3 -Wm.-..2Mwmw. ..-., ...
ROBERT E. AEMISEGGER o Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Bamd 27
Chrisfian Associafion l: Towne Scienfific School Coum
cil 4; MefaHurgical Sociefy l. 2. 3. 4: American lnsfl-
fuie OF Mechanical Engineers 3. 4.
BENJAMIN C. ALLEN c Haverford. Pa. 0 Zefa Psi 0
Squash 2. 3. 4: Bridge CM: I. 41Chess Club I. 2. 3. 4:
Sigma Tau 3. 4; Tau Befa Pi 3. 4: American Sociefy 0F
Mefals 3. 4: American lnsfifufe of Mining and Mehli-
lurgical Engineers 3. 4; Varsify Club 3. 4.
HERBERT H. ANDERSON o Piffsburgh. Pa. 0 Alpha Chi
Sigma; Pi Lambda Upsilon.
PER LENNART ANDERSSON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Amer-
ican Socie+y of Mechanical Engineers.
WILLIAM R. ARNIEL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American 30-
C'xefy of Civil Engineering; Chrisfian Associafion.
FRED W. ARON. JR. 0 Philadebhia. Pa. 0 Rilfle Team I;
American Sociefy of Civil Engineers. Corresponding
Secrefary 4: Compass and Chair. Treasurer: Scabbard
and BWade. Treasurer: Pershing Rifles. President Pl Mu
Epsilon. Treasurer; Sigma Tau; Tau Befa Pi.
ALI H. ASKARY o Baghdad. Iraq.
BENJAM4N BEININ 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Hexagon Senior
Sociefy: American Sociefy of Civil Engineers: Compass
and Chain. Vice President 3. Presidenf 4'. FranHin So-
cie+y 3. 4: Sigma Tau 3. 4: Towne Sclenflfic School
Council 2. 3. 41Triang4e. Business Manager 3. 4.
CHARLES F. BORTECK o Beveriy HilTs. Calif. 0 Sigma
Alpha Mu 0 American Sociefy 04 Mechanical Engin-
eers: Tau Befa Pi; American Socie+y for Tesfing Ma-
NICHOLAS BUBERNAK o Phlladelphia. Pa. 0 American
Socie+y of Civil Engineers l. 2. 3. 4; Chrisfian Assocla4
Jrion 3. 4.
ANTHONY G. CACOSO o Elizabef'n. N. J. 0 American
lnsfifufe of Chemical Engineers: Chrisfian Associafion.
RENE J. VAN CANEGHEM o Phibdethia. Pa. 0 Amer-
ican Sociefy of Mechanica! Engineers.
FU-HO CHAN c Seremban. Malaya o Hexagon Senior
Soclefy 4; Alpha Chi Sigma 3. Treasurer 4: American
lnsfifufe of Chemical Engineers I. 2. 3. Presidenf 4: Pi
Mu Epsilon 3. 4: Sigma Tau 3. 4: Tau Befa Pl 3. Presidenf
4: Towne Scienfific School Council 1: Phi Lambda Up-
silon 3. 4: American Chemical Sociefy 2. 3; Presidenf 4;
HECTOR DAIUTOLO 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American 80-
ciefy of Civil Engineers.
WILLIAM R. DANGREMOND o Gwynedd Valley. Pa, 0
American Socnefy 01C Mechanical Engineers l. 2. 3. 4;
Arnold Sociefy 3. 4.
JOSEPH ROGERS DAVIS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa
Alpha 0 Wresfling l. J. V. 2: American Insfifufe of
Chemical Engineers. Vice Presidenf 4; Tau Befa Pi 3. 4.
LESTER ADRIAN DOE. JR. 0 Bala-Cynwyd. Pa. 0 Sym-
phony Orchesfra 2. 3. 4: American Chemical Sociefy
2. 3. 4-.
ARTHUR ROBERTS DUNLOP. JR. 0 Wesf Chesfer. Pa.
VANCE V. ELKINS. JR. 9 Cheyney. Pa. 0 Thefa Chi 0
Alpha Chi Sigma 3. 4; American lnsflfu+e of Chemical
Engineers l. 2. 3. 4; Towne Scienfhfic School Council
I. 2. 3. 4.
FRANCIS J. FALLON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American 50-
ciefy of Mechanical Engineers: Newman Club.
ROBERT H. FERESHETIAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Thefa
Chi 0 American Insfifufe of Chemical Engineers 3. 4:
Chrisfian Associafion 3. 4: Towne Scienflfic School
DAVID E. FIELD 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 The+a Chi o Amer-
Ican lnsfifufe of Chemical Engineers 3. 4: Chris+lan As-
sociaHon l. 2. 3. 4: Pi Mu Epsilon 3. 4; Sigma Tau 4'.
Tau Befa Pi 4: Phi Lambda Upsilon 3. 4; American
Chemical Socief'y I. 2.
BRUCE S. FISHER o Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 Tau Epsilon PM 0
Alpha Chi Sigma: Hillel Foundafion: Pi Mu Epsilon;
American Chemical Sociefy. President Harrison So-
ciefy: Phi Lambda UpsIlon. President
ALBERT GARBER o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 American Sociefy
ofMechanical Engineers. Vice Presiden+.
DAVID G. GRIER o Glenside. Pa. 0 American Sociefy of
RICHARD W. HAY o Andsley. Pa.
JOHN D. HEFFERMAN 0 Melrose Park. Pa. 0 Delfa
SEYMOUR G. HERLICH o Aflanfic Cify. N. J. 0 Amer-
ican Sociefy of Civil Engineers: Compass and Chain.
Secrefary: Towne Scienfific School CouncH.
ARTHUR HERN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Crew 1: American
SocIeer of Civil Engineers l. 2. 3. 4.
LAWRENCE ALLEN KELLER o Roslyn. Pa. 0 Baseball 1:
American Socie+y of Civil Engineers l. 2. 3. 4: Com-
pass and Chain 3. Vice Presidenf 4; Sigma Tau 3. 4.
. , A y 7
HORACE L. KEPHART o TuLoma PHIL. Mrl. o 4M... CH
Rho. Vice Preslden? o Hcmqrm Ccnior Conicv. Tran;
surer 4: American lngmuic 0F Charmin? Enqmrrm 2. 3,
4: Sigma Tau 3. Vice Prozich-M 4: Tau Bug P. 34 4:
Towne Scienmic School Council I. 2. 3: Trizmq'm 1' 2,
3. Ediforial Board 4: Phi Lambda Uszon 3. Vice Prev...
denf 4: AlliUnIverzify CouncH 3. 4.
SAUL KLAUSNER 0 New York. N. K. o Vdppa H. .
American Sociefy of Mechanicd Engineer; 4. 2. 3. 4;
H M Founddfion l. 2. 3. 4.
BERNARD M. KOSLOSKI o Chesfer. Pa. 0 Thom Cm: .
Alpha Chi Sigma: American lnsfifum mt Chemica! En-
ALBERT J. KRAUSE o PhHaddphla. Pa. 0 Amerlcan Sr,
ciefy of Mechanical Engineers: Sigma Tau: TO'wne Sci-
enJrhfIC School CouncH 3. 4: Junior Chas Counci! 3.
FRANCIS A. LAPINSKI 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American
Sociew of Mechanical Engineer; I. 2. Secrefaq 3'
Presidenf 4: FranHm Sociefy: Scabbard and 84339; Tm.
angle. Phofographic Edlfor 3.
WILLIAM N. LAWRIE. JR. 0 Narberfh. Pa. 0 AmerICan
Sociefy of Mechanicd Engineer; Secrefaq: Triang'e.
WILLIAM G. LEHN o PMaddela. Pa. 0 American 30.
Cie'fy of Civil Engineers: Sigma Tau.
ROBERT LEINER 0 Bronx. N. Y. o Baiefball. JV. 2' Amer-
ican Sociefy of Mechanical Engineer; 2. 3. 4' Band 2.
LESTER L. LESSIG. JR. 0 Merlon. Pa. 0 Kappa nga'
Secretary 3. Presidenf 4: Sphinx Senior Sociefix 4' Kife
and Key Sociefy 4: Lacrosce. Manager 4' American So-
clefy of Civil Engineers 2. 3. 4: A?Neflc Managerial
Board 4: FrankTIn Sociefy 3. 4: waerHaLemHy Council
3. 4: Pershing RiHcs l. 2: Arndd Air 33:79er 3. 4: Rec-
ord l. 2. 3. Managing Ed'lfor 4: Sigma Tau 3. 4: Scab.
bard and Blade 3. 4: Varsiw Cub' Junior Anna's Sfaq
3; Vlgiianfee CommiHee 2: Chairman Hey D63 Cere-
JOHN LIU o Hankow. CHM o AmerTcad Sode'y of Me-
chanical Engineers l. 2. 3. Treasurer 4: Fradldln Socie'y
3: 4: Sigma Tau 3. 4: TrTathr: !. 2. 3. Ed'for 4.
THOMAS J. LOVE 0 PhTade'p'nTa. Pa. 0 Sigma ACQHa Ep-
silon o Hexagon SenIor SCCELI: 4: AmerTcad 33:73:. 0:
Civil Engineers l. 2. 3. 4: Newman Ouo l. 2. 3. 4:
Cheerleading Squad l. 2. 3. 4: Enngeers Day 3. 4.
DAVID A. LUTZ o PhTade'pWa. Pa. 0 Amer'can Chemica'
Sociefy. PresEdenf: H3461 Fomdaflon: Towne Scncd
Council. WMen AbomL Towne.3
JAMES MCCAUGHAN o 953504.056. Pa. 075915 CDT 0
Npha Chi Sigma 3. 4: America'm lwsWuLe O? CHemel
Engineerhg 2. 3. 4' PE Gamma Mu 4' Smdewfs Try
Democraflc Adlcn 2. 3. 4: Tau Beia PI 3. 4: Pa? Mu
KENNETH EVAN McCULLOUGH o P4636 :h'a. Pa. 0
American Sociefy: o? Memah'caK Ergkee's 3. 4: Band
2: Towme SdenWic Scnsd Ccuncq 3.
THOMAS C. McGEARY o Jenkhfswn. Pa. 0 Newmar
Club: Trianghe 2.
DONALD RAYMOND McILVAIN o Haverfcx-r", Pa. 0
Thefa CHE O A'pha Ch? Sigma. RelocAer: American ln-
sfifufe of ChemKCJW Eng'neew Band: Farxfrare Scc'efyi
PE Mu EpsHon: Pm Lambda Ups'fsw.
GREG J. McLEAN o Pnilade ph'a. Pa. 0 Toxwe Sdenffic
School CounCH 2. 3. 4: Amerlcan lAsLILGe of Mining
2. 3. 4.
and Me+aliurgIcaN Eng'neering
PASQUALE J. MANGIONE o Pm? aaebMa. Pa. 0 Amer-
Ican Soclefy of Mechanical Engineers: Smwern Clrde.
0 3w k
fa CHI 0
V. 2: Amer-
4; Band 2.
iefy 4'. K149
y 3. 4: Rec-
3. 4'. Scab-
7, Day Cere-
ciew of Me'
na Npha EP.
3n SodeW O
D 4. 2' 3. 41
Day 3' 4.
o 3139b Ch .
a of Chemica
, S+uden+s for
3 4'. Phi MU
. 1' Pa. 0
de pm; Band
33 O Newmar
RALPH P. MARCOTTE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American
Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers.
CHARLES R. MARTZ. JR. 0 Berwick. Pa. 0 Phi Kappa
Sigma 0 Hexagon Senior Sociefy: American Socie+y 04
Mechanical Engineer51Class Councils I, 2: Quarferdeck
ROBERT MENACKER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American So-
ciefy of Mechanical Engineers 3. 4.
JAMES GILBERT MOORE o Chesfer. Pa. 0 Kappa Sigma
0 American Sociefy of Civil Engineers, Secrefary-
Treasurer 3. Presidenf 4: Compass and Chain; Towne
Scienfific School Council.
RICHARD A. MULFORD o Bryn Mawr. Pa. 0 Americar
Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers.
SAMUEL M. MURDOCH 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Zefa Psi 0
American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers.
CLAYMAN C. MYERS. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Thefa Xi
0 American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers 4; Tri-
angle 2. 3. Feafures Edifor 4.
KENNETH A. NELSON o Spokane. Wash. 0 Hexagon
Senior Sociefy 4; Track I, 2. 3. 4: Cross Counfry 2. 3,
Capfain 4; American Socie+y of Mechanical Engineers
2. 3, 4; Sigma Tau 3. 4: Spike Shoe Club I. 2, 3, 41Tau
Befa Pi 4. Treasurer: VarsHy Club 3. 4.
RICHARD OERTH 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
ANTHONY PANICO. JR. 0 AHaan CHy. N. J. o Amer-
Ican Sociefy of Mechanica! Engineers 3. 4: Crew l.
WILLIAM F. QUILTY. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Track l:
American lnstufe of Chemical Engineers: Band Bafon
Twirler I. 2. 3, Drum Major 4: Fanfare Sociefy 3. 4.
RALPH J. REEDER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 American lnsH-
+u+e of Chemical Engineers: Scabbard and Blade: Quar-
ferdeck Sociefy. President
ROBERT B. REEDER o Haverfown. Pa. 0 Acacia o Infer-
- collegiafe CoMerence on Government
FRANCIS R. RICCI 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 American 50-
ciefy of Mechanical Engineers 4.
REIJO ARNE RINNE 0 Verona. N. J. 0 Sigma Npha Ep-
silon o Hexagon Senior Sociefy. Secrefary 4: Soccer l.
J. V. 2: American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers 3. 4:
Arnold Air Sociefy 3. 4.- Record l. 2. 3: Sfudenfs for
Democrafic Acfion l.' Towne Scienfific School Council.
Chairman 3: Engineer's Day 3: Triangle l. 2. 3. News
EdiJFOF 4: Hexaqon Sophomore Award 2.
PAUL E. ROBBINS o Pennsauken. N. J.
EDMUND R. RUOFF o Philadethia. Pa. 0 Towne Scien-
+iflc School Council.
RICHARD E. RYMAN o Overfon. Pa. 0 American Soci-
6er Of Mechanical Engineers 3. 4: Pershing Rifles 2.3.4.
WILLIAM R. SCHERMERHORN o Baleore. Md. 0 Psi
Upsilon o Hexagon Senior Sociefy 4', Lacrosse l. 2. 3.
4: American Socie+y o1E Mechanicm Engineers: Varslfy
F. BARRY SIMMONS. JR. 0 Wallingwford. Pa. 0 Befa
Thefa PI 0 American Sociefy of Mechanical Engin-
ROBERT M. SINGER o Paferson. N. J. 0 Alpha Epsilon PE
0 American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineering; Hillel
Foundafion; WXPN l. 21Yach+ing Club I. 2.
WILMER SOUDER. JR. 0 Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 Thefa Chi 0
Alpha Chi Sigma 2. 3. 4; American lnsfifufe of Chemi-
cal Engineering 3. 4: Towne ScienfiHc School Counci' 4.
WILLIAM W. STEINERT o Haddonfield. N. J. o Amer-
ican Sociefv of Civil Engineering.
M. L. STELLABOTTE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
HAROLD STRANGE o Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 American
CARL W. SUNmN. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
CHARLES C. SWEELEY o Williamsporf. Pa. 0 Alpha Chi
Sigma 2. 3. Presidenf 4: Band 2; Pi Mu Epsilon 2. 3. 4:
American Chemical Society I. 2. 3. 4: Phi Lambda Up-
silon 3. 41Towne Scienfific School Council I. 2. 3. 4.
PAUL EDWARD TAYLOR. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0
Kappa Sigma 0 Crew l. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau 3. 41- Varsify
Boaf Club 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 4: American lnsfis
+u+e of Mefallurgical Engineers 2. 3. 41Tau Befa Pi.
JOHN G. THOMAS 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
JOHN S. THOMAS o Harrisburg. Pa. 0 Phi Delfa Thefa
o Foofball l. 2; Track I. 2. 3. 4; Choral Sociefy I
Sigma Tau 3. 4; Spike Shoe Ciub l. 2. 3. 4: Varsify
Club 2. 3. 41Tau Befa Pi.
WALTER J. TILL o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 Compass and
Chain: Sigma Tau.
EDWIN G. VASSIAN o Phibdelphia. Pa. 0 American
Chemica! Sociefy. Secre+arysTreasuren
ROBERT LOUIS WEBB o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 American
lns+i+u+e of Chemical Engineering.
JAMES R. WELSH o Drexel Hill. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha.
KURT F. WISSBRUN o PhHadelphla. Pa. 0 Pi Mu Epsilon
3. 4: Alpha Chi Sigma: Towne Scien+if1c School Coun-
cil 3; American Chemical Sociefy 3. Secre+ary-Treas-
urer 4: Phi Lambda Upsilon 3. Treasurer 4.
JOSEPH E. WOLAK o Cliffon. N. J. 0 Alpha Chi Rho o
Hexagon Senior Sociefy 4: American Sociefy of Mech-
anical Engineering: Dormifory Council I: Newman
Club: Scabbard and Blade. Vice President Sigma Tau.
Corresponding Secre+ary; Triangle. Assisfanf Business
Manager; Class Council 4,
JOHN WYETH o Phiiadelphia, Pa.
0 American Chemical Sociefy.
Tau Befa PI - Scholarship. charader. infegrify, and un-
selfish adivify disfinguish Hue men of Tau Befa Pi. Each year
men from all fields mt engineering who place in He highesf
eighfh of Hie iunior dass or in We highesf fiHh of Hue senior
class are elecfed +0 +his hohorary soclefy.
TAU BETA Pl
IST ROW: C. Bor+eck. H. Kepharf. N'. Gar-
ber. F. Chen. H. Vassian. A. Pugh. B. Allan.
2ND ROW: D. Eisenberg. D. Lobel. P. Tay-
lor. Jr.' D. Field. J. McCaughan, B. Beinin.
3RD ROW: F. Aron. G. Rosen. J. Thomas.
A. KrauseI L. Carpen+erl D. Mcllvan.
Sigma Tau eWeds ifs members from He engineering s+u-
denfs of +he TRIANGLE SCHOOLS in We junior and senior
classes who have exceHed in s+ud1es and possess fraHs of
sociabllify and pradicalify. One of Hwe ou+s+anding acfivi-
fies conduded lasf year was We faculfy evaluaHon poll.
IST ROW: J. S+erman. J. Liu. F. Chan. A.
Travih, H. Vassian. Pres.: H. Kepharf. V.
Pres.; L. Carpenfer. J. Wolak, B. Beinin. M.
Mason. 2ND ROW: L. Lessig. D. Field. D.
Eisenberg. N. Gerber. P. Taylor. E. Kovanic.
B. Allen. A. Krause. E. Sfump. J. Weber. W.
Souder. J. Teri. 3RD ROW: R. Gebhardf.
W. Tiil. W. Lehn. F. Aron, L. Keller. J.
Thomas. K. McCullough. A. Pugh. C. Bor-
Teck. J. OH.
Finance and Commerce
The Wharlon School oi Finance and Commerce
enioys a singular lame and Jrradilion. Founded in
l88l by Joseph Wharfon as 'lhe lirsf school of busi-
ness in +he nafion. if grew in popularily so much so
+ha+ forly years ago. in l9l2. if became independ-
en+ of +he Economics deparlmenl of Jrhe College
and a separale school came info being. Laler. in
+he decade of +he +hir+ies. a graduafe school was
added. which +oclay is as nofeworlhy as +he under-
Logan Hall has for many years been +he sile of
+he Wharfon School. buf in keeping wifh moclern
needs and in order +0 answer +he need for belfer
lacililies. +he Wharfon School is being moved. Hs
new locafion. only a sfone's Jthrow away. is be'rween
36+h ancl 37lh Slreels lacing Locusf. This sfep was
made possible +hrough Jrhe financial conlribulion
of alumni and friends. +he gill of H. Raymond Dief-
rich being parlicularly oulsfanding.
However. as long as men live who can remember
climbing +he old worn s+eps of Logan Hall. silling
in i+s Viclorian rooms wilh +heir high ceilings and
lisfening +0 leclures in Rooms I7 and I8. +he memory
of ifs era shall remain even afler +he building ilseliC
is puf +0 dust
Mosl of +he new building. Dielrich Hall. is already
complefed and in use. Ground breaking ceremonies
Jrook place on Oclober 28. l95l. when Dr. S. S.
Huebner. senior member of Jrhe lacully. and Harold
R. Sfern, +hen Presidenf of Jrhe Wharlon Advisory
Council, Jrurned +he firsf shovelslul of earlh. The
new $2,385.800 slruclure will have a huge audi-
forium. Founders' Hall. and groupings of classrooms.
laborafories and offices according +0 cenfers for
Wifh Jrhe evidence of +he pas1L +0 serve as a sfurcly
monument and a new cenfer of sludy lo acf as an
incenfive for research and learning. +he perpelua-
lion of +he grand repufalion of +he Wharfon School
DR. C. CANBY BALDERSTON, dean of +he
Wharl'on School for +he pasl fen years.
VlCE-DEAN in Charge of Sludenf Per-
sonnel is Thomas A. Budd.
LOGAN HALLI af 36+h and WoodIand AvenueI has
for a long iime been +he sife of +he Wharfon
School. However, ifs halls grow quie+er as classes
are moved +0 +he new Wharfon Iocafion in Diefrich
HaH. iusf around +he corner.
SMILING FACES and promp+ aHen+ion
greef +he s+uden+ who sfops in +he Logan
Hall personnel office +0 make a rosfer
Probably +he hnesf school of ifs kind on Jrhis confinenf. The Wharfon
School has given ifs sfudenfs. +hroughou+ i+s hisfory. +wo essenfial elemenfs
for success in business and commerce: The firs? is Jrhe recognifion 01c Jrhe
forces +ha+ come +0 bear in +he economic world and +he second is +he
; .. pradical knowledge which permi+s +he uhhzahon oh Jrhese forces. This
has been +he fradifional emphasis of HS +eaching. under +he fuforship of
some oh +he counfry's leading economisfs.
Bu+ along wifh +hese more or less fechnical s+udies. +he school has 1tel+
+he need +0 implan+ in +he s+uden+s' minds a nohon of how +0 live a life,
. no+ only how +0 earn a living. If is wtor +his reason +ha+ courses such as
sociology. hisfory and English have been incorporafed in+o +he rosfer.
b.-. .. 7-.m... AA amp" 7.7.... wevv..-
HERE lN ?he calcuia'ring
room compuhhon: ans
made In solving +he seem:
ineg endless procession of
s'rafisfical problem; en-
coun+ered by +he Wharfon
On Monday November l2. l95l.
Diefrich Hall. +he new home of +he
Whar+on School of Finance and
Commerce. was dedicafed.
The ceremonies Included ad-
dresses by Benjamin F. Fairless. Presi-
denf 01C +he Unifed S+a+es STeel Cor-
porafion. and Haro'd E. Sfassen.
Presidenf of +he Universify of Penn-
sylvania. The Cornersfone Cere-
monies were hollowed by a dinner
held by +he Wharfon Alumni Socie+y
af which Mr. Fairless was awarded
+he Socie+y's Annual Gold Medal of
Merit John 5. Fine. Governor oh
Pennsyivania. and Bernard Samuel.
Mayor of PhHadelphia. were guesfs
Thus, wi+h much pomp and circum-
sfance and Hashing of bLHbS. was
heralded a new era in +he life of +he
Wharion Advisory Council - The Coun-
cil is made up of +he presidenfs oi Jrhe
various professional sociefies in The Whar-
"ron School. Their purpose is +0 ad as liaison
beiween Jrhe Wharion School Taculfy and
sfudenfs in an eHori +0 beHer relafions
beiween These er0 groups. The organiza-
Jrion, which was founded before +he war. feH
info disuse during Jrhe war, and if was noi'
unfil a few years ago Thai +he group was
reorganized on campus. Since +haf Time.
Jrhey have been Jraking on an increasingly
imporfani parf in Jrhe siudeniefaculfy ree
Beia Alpha Psi is Jrhe honorary accounf-
ing fraiernify of Jrhe Wharfon School. The
Penn Chapfer. founded in I949, is parf of a
nafion-wide organizafion wifh some Jrhiriy
chapfers now in exisience. The genilemen
picfured ion +he right leH. eicj have quali-
fied for admission +0 Jrhe organizafion
Jthrough Jrhe mainfenance of high academic
and personaiify s+andards. The group's pur-
pose is +0 Turfher Jrhe sfudy oi accounfing.
and +0 promofe efhical sfandards in Jrhe
Beia Gamma Sigma is Jrhe honorary
scholasfic Traferniiy in The Wharion School.
Founded in l9l8. if is "rhe Penn chapier's
purpose +0 promoie high sfandards of
scholarship in JThe School OT Business. To +his
end, if gives awards +0 The freshmen and
sophomores in The Tops of +heir classes. The
members hold monfhly iuncheons af which
fopics 0T inferesf in "rhe business worid are
discussed by men prominemL in Jrhe field.
The Penn chapfer, which is one oi over
TiHy chapfers in +he nafional organizafion.
admifs members on Jrhe basis OT high schol-
WHARTON ADVISORY COUNCIL
SITTING: D. Lipsey. B. Smifh, J. Buff, Pres.:
R. Pelham, J. Hyman. 2ND ROW: M. Tan-
BETA ALPHA PSI
SITTING: R. Herman. A. Golden. A. Sundel.
B. Meyers. M. Tanenbaum. J. Merring. S.
Ross. F. Kilculfen. 2ND ROW: J. EllioH. C.
Perelman. P. Schiosser. A. Breifman. R.
Ruby, J. Hirsh. S. Schwari'z, S. Sandberg.
BETA GAMMA SIGMA
IST ROW: J. Jones. J. Buff. C. Perlman.
R. Sherly. Treas.; W. Walsh. Pres.; W. Mar-
golis, Sec.; J. Reaph. S. Sandberg. 2ND
ROW: M. Greenberg, H. S+ern. D. Abra-
xx i ,
enbauml W. Walsh. P. Miller. R. Sherley.
D. Horens+ein. ABSENT: B. Allen, J. Evan-
B. Magasing. W. Margolis. 3RD ROW: J.
Iscovifz. S. Warren. J. Simmon. S. Gold-
berg. C. Polsky. H. Spellman. M. Zucker. A.
Edeleman. J. Colace-MaHola. ABSENT:
E. Epsfein. H. Sfern.
hams, B. Morrison. T. Kilcullen. D. Websfer,
S. Ellor. 3RD ROW: 6. Hellman. J. Mer-
ring. J. Goldberg. B. J. Adelson. A. Exner.
A. Breifman. J. Dubois. ABSENT: J. Evan-
ifsky, Vice Pres.
DR. "MIKE" DORIZAS shows one of his colorM films on
SITTING: F. Rullam. C. Pra+che++, R. Riddle. Sec.; R. Schul'rz.
J. Roeger. 2ND ROW1K. Bowman, K. Jackson, S. Harroll, J.
Hounanian- 3RD ROW: W. Frifz. J. Lyon, J. Ryan. W. Shut
PropeHer Club -- This club is parf of a nafion-
wide organiza+ion inferes+ed In analyzing +he prob-
lems of +he American Merchanf Marine and o+her
fields of foreign fracle. Local groups are known as
Porfs. and +his parficular group is known whimsi-
caHy enough, as Hwe Porf of H16 Unlversify of Perms
THE DIFFERENCE befween "gross" and "nef" prom is TWO FUTURE businessmen pick up Hweir rosiers for +he
explained by +he ins+ruc+or in a +ypical accoun+ing class. following ferm. hoping +ha+ Hue number of 8 o'ciock and
Sa'turday ciasses will be few.
DR. S. S. HUEBNER, universally famous in +he field of in-
surance. Iec+ures on +he economic aspecfs of insurance in
Lecfure Room I 7.
Finance Socie+y e This organizafion is
dedicafed f0 Jrhe furfhering of Jrhe sfudy of
+he various aspeds 07C hnance sfudied In
The Wharfon Schod. Meehngs are held
each monfh in which currenf hnanclal prob-
fems are discussed by +he sociefy affer an
address has been gIven by an oufsfandihg
man in +he fiehd.
SITTING: P. BossenI D. Websfer. L. Gor-
den. D. Horens+ein. Pres.: P. Sellew, S.
LiHauer. 2ND ROW: J. Shaw. W. Adrich.
P. Horan, J. Hyman, T. Saffran. J. Morris.
D. Diamond. 3RD ROW: W. Pequignot I.
Miller. J. Lee. J. HarrellI J. Zsim Kunas. S.
THIS PARTLY FINISHED lecfure hall in new Dieirich Hall
will succeed Hue welI-known Rooms l7 and I8 of +he old
MarkeHng Sociefy b. A Wharfon School Sociefy.
Jrhe markefing group was formed +0 fosfer Jrhe In-
Jreresf of sfudenfs in Jrhe markefing field. To +his
ende meefings are held once a monfh where speak-
ers prominemL in +he field give falks on some aspecf
SITTING: S. Roggenburg, R. Blume. R. Lipsey. Pres.;
J. Himmels+ein. G. Vraf+os, M. l. Dworken. 2ND
ROW: R. RubyI D. Scal. L. Cohen. R. Lebou. 6. Mc-
Andrews, W. Jeffries. 3RD ROW: D. Marfin. M.
Turkel. E. Kohnsfam. N. Lucas. M. Greenberg. AB-
SENT: R. OllivierreI H. Lissl B. LewyI M. Rose-
marin, H. Simon.
Transporfafion Sociefy - Through various field frips
and Iecfures by men of prominence in We field. H115
group aims +0 furH'mer Hwe sfudy of fransporfaflon af Hwe
Universify. The discussions are infended +0 increase H18
sfudenf's pradical knowledge in Hie field of Jrransporfa-
SITTING: J. BeaHie, J.
Ryan, P. Miller. Pres.; R.
Schqu, J. Roeger. 2ND
ROW: W. Blackburn. K.
Bowman, A. WaHis. R.
Whife. W. Sfouf.
Insurance Socie+y - This group is Inferesfed In hrfher-
ing +he sfudy of insurance. MeeMngs are hetd w'nere +hose
infereered can gef fogefher and dhcuss fhe various phases
mt Hue insurance fieki currenfly imporfamL in Vne modern
SITTING: R. Pelham. D.
McCahan, Roberf Pelham.
W. Fissel. B. Herbert E.
Salan+rie. 2ND ROW: D.
HerbI S. Harmelin. M.
Bayer. B. Davidson. E.
Timberlake. A. Zimmer-
man. 3RD ROW: H.
Krasshes. W. Krauss. B.
Shaw. B. Shirlaw. S. Har-
rell. J. Sheehan. Jr.
.- h.gsJ-n-p- -
SITTING: C. Freinf, l.
. Robinsonl P. Ne++ler, G.
i Collier. B. Smifh, Pres.: E.
Sfili. L. Gefz. R. Gover.
2ND ROW: D. Briggs. C.
Bochein, K. Cordoza. K.
Jackson, E. Sadkowski. W.
Hobbes. S. HarrellI H.
Jarvis, Jr. 3RD ROW: E.
Pegola, J. Fallon. W.
Blackburn. B. CrossI J.
BeaHy. C. Herbsf. R.
Pof+s. E. Handorf. J. Van-
deva+e. A. Novasi+is. P.
S.A.M. i Twice monfhly meeiings are held
by Jrhis rafher acfive campus organizahon
af which leading speakers from +he field
of managemenf discuss fopics oi curremL
inferesf. This group, aHiiidied wiih a na-
iionai organizaiion, is inferesied in siudy-
ihg modern managemenf principies.
DOWN FOUR fligh+s of s+airs +0 class go
+he s+uden+s, only +0 refurn up +he winding
sfeps for +he nexf class on +he fourfh floor.
DONALD ABRAHAMS o Lima. 0. 0 Pi Lambda Phi 0
Swimming 3; Befa Gamma Sigma 4; Varsify Club;
Pi Gamma Mu.
JOHN H. ADAIR. JR. 0 Philadelphia Pa.
ALBERT CAREY ADAMS. JR. 0 Wynnewood. Pa. 0 Al-
pha Tau Omega 0 Foofball l. 2; Wresfling 3. 4; Grap-
pler's Club 3. 4.
. BENEDICT JAMES JOFFE ADELSON o Shaker HeIng.
. O. o Zefa Befa Tau 0 ISO lb. Foofball 3: Befa Gamma
Sigma 4; Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4: Bridge Club 1.2: Debafe
Council 31WXPN l. 2.
JAMES M. ADKINS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Soccer l. J. V.
2. 3. 4.
JOHN C. ALLEN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha
0 William Penn Club.
ROGER C. ALLEN o Cranford. N. J. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha 0
Ama+eur Radio Club; Daily Pennsyhanian.
LAWRENCE W. ALTHOUSE o Birdsboro. Pa. 0 Chrisfian
Associafion Cabinet Insurance Sociew 2: Penn Players.
THEODORE ANGELUS o Scarsdale. N. Y. o Zefa Befa
Tau 0 Swimming I; Mask and Wig l. 4.
THOMAS E. ARMBRUSTER 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
PATRICK H. ARTER. JR. 0 Duncannon. Pa.
ROBERT S. ASHWORTH o Corfland. N. Y. 0 Kappa Al-
pha Sociefy'. Markefing Sociefy.
ALAN L. AUFZIEN o Passaic. N. J. 0 Pi Lambda Phi o
Markefing Sociefy 4: Penn Mike Ciub 2. 3. 4; Arnold
Air Sociefy 3. 4; WXPN I. 2. 3. 4: Vigilanfee CommiHee
2; Young Republican Club I.
PHILIP N. BAKER o Wesferly. R. l. 0 Alpha Sigma Phi o
Lacrosse I; WresHing l. J. V. 2, 3.
JOHN PAUL BARBER o PiHsburgh. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha.
CLASS OF l952
MERRILL BARR 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Nu.
KENNETH BARRABEE o Brookline. Mass. 0 Alpha Epsilon
Pi 0 Bridge Club 4: Hillel FoundaHon l. 2. 3. 4; Mar-
ke+ing Socie+y 2. 3. 4: Young Republican Club I;
R.O.T.C. Drum Corps l. 2.
DANIEL M. BARTON 0 Summit N. J. o Lambda Chi AL
pha o Chris+ian Associafion: Canferbury Club.
EDWARD ALLEN BATTISFORE o Haddonfieid. N. J. 0
Arnold Air Sociefy.
ALLAN MARSHAL BAUM o EasnL Orange. N. J. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Sociefy for the Advancemenf of ManagememL
4: Band I; Arnold Air Sociefy 3.
KENNETH R. BAUMLER 0 Glen Ridge. N. J. o Befa Thefa
PI 0 Friars Senior Sociefy: Phi Kappa Beta; Baskefball l.
J. V. 2: Baseball l. 2, 3. 4.
MITCHELL J. BAYER 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Alpha Phi
Omega. Program Chairman: Band: Hillel FoundaHon:
Insurance Sociefy: WXPN: Cinema Club; Finance 50-
cie+y7 Pho+ographic Socie'fy.
JAMES BEATTIE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Transporfafion So-
cIeer; William Penn Club, Vice President
JAMES C. BECKNELL. JR. 0 Liffle Rock. Ark. 0 Bridge
Club 3. 4: Markefing Sociefy 2. 4: Penn Players 2. 3.
Business Manager 4.
WILLIAM C. BENNETT o Philadeiphia. Pa.
EARL BENOVITZ o Duquesne. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho 0
I50 lb. Crew I: Hillel Foundafion 2: lnferfrafernify
Council I; Markefing Sociefy I: Pre-Law Sociefy 2:
Symphony Orchesfra- l; WXPN I: CommiHee Chair-
man. I-F Ball.
JOHN M. BERGIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Sigma
0 Crew l. 2; Rifle Team 3: Markefing Sociefy 3. 4:
Newman Club I, 2. 3. 4; Varsify Boaf Club 2. 3. 4: Ver-
si+y Club 2. 3. 4-.
WILLIAM E. BERGMANN. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Delfa
Tau DeHa 0 ISO lb. Foo+ball 2. 3: Lacrosse l.
DAVID M. BERMAN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon PE
0 ISO lb. Crew 2: Hillel Foundafion 2. 3. 4: WXPN 3.
DONALD C. BERNER o J'enkin+own. Pa. 0 Wresfling J. V.
2; Sociefy Jfor +he Advancemenf of Managemenf l.
BERNARD E. BERNSTEIN o HmmrL. II. J. . M. C'J'W
DeHa 0 Daily Ponnnylvaninrw. Junior Buziwgg, M,...,.,J,;,
l. 2: Hin Foundafion !. 2. 3. 4: Murernq 9.3.043 l.
2. 3. 4: Chairman Arrangemcnh Cmmmr, Pgmrf
vanian Liferary Review. Adverhzinq Mxmqgm- Pg...
Players 3. Adverhzing Direcfor 4: Arnold Mr Zggggw
3. 4: YacMing Qub 2. 3. 4.
EMMANUEL M. BERNSTElN o Saranac Lalrc. H, K. .
Penn Players l. 3. 4: WXPN 4.
JAMES H. BERNSTEIN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 PI Lambda
Phi o Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: Yacthg Cfub 3.
THEODORE B. BICKMORE o Freeport N. Y.
JOHN R. BIRKOFER o Chesfer. Pa. 0 Alpha Phi Omega.
VIce Presidenf 4: Transpor+afion Sociefy 3. Secrefary.
SUMNER F. BISSELL o SuHIeid. Conn. 0 Sigma Chi. Viog
Presidenf 3 0 Track I.
WARREN BLACKBURN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sodew 4m
+he Advancemenf o? Managemenf 2. 3. 4: Square Club
4: William Penn Qub 2.
VICTOR BLANK 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Pi Lamba PHI.
LEON R. BLIMLINE 0 Reading. Pa. 0 Kappa Sigma 0
Fanfare Sociefy. PresideM 4: Band 1.2. 3. 4.
ROBERT CHARLES BLOCK 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Phi Eo-
sHon PE 0 Daily Pennsylvanian l. 2. 3. Research Edifor 4;
HiHel Founda+iom Junior Annak 3,
ARNOLD S. BLUM 0 Newark. N. J. 0 Kappa Nu. Presl-
denf 3 0 Band 1.2. 3. SenEor Manager 4: Fanfare So-
Ciefy 3. Vice Presidenf 4: Splrif Commlffee 2. 3. 4: Jun.
ior Annak 3: Frechman Week Commiffee 3. 4: LF
JOHN H. BLUMBERG o Waukegan. II'. o Zeke: Be+a Tau
o Foo+ball I: BaskefbaH l: Lacrosse l. 2. 3. 4: Wk:
Foundafion: WgEWanfee CommiHee: Aviaiion Club.
RICHARD H. BLUME o For+ Lauderdak. Ha. o SEgma
Alpha Mu. Secrefaw 2 0 Bridge Cub 3. 4: Da'ly Penn-
sylvanian 4: FranHln Socfeky 2. 3. Pres'demL 4: HWeT
Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: Marke+lrg 3. Treasurer 4: Pew"-
pix l. 2. 3. Business Manager 4: Arnold Air SCCTeV 3.
4: Junior Annals. Business Manager 3.
DANIEL M. BOCK o F1ush?ng.N.Y. 0 P5139113 DeFa.
CHARLES A. BOEHEIM o Lpns. N. Y. o AlpHa Tau
Omega 0 SocEefy For five Advancevwewf c? Madaga-
menf 4: Bridge Ciub 3.
WILLIAM J. BOLT. JR. 0 Tekama'n. Nab. O Sig'va A1053
EpsHon o Kife and Key Sociehp Sphiw Seder SocieLf
BaskefbaH Manager 4: Afh'efc MarwageHaW 835d 4'
Record 2: UndergraduaLe Card. 4: V5132 Cub 4:
Presidenf Senlor C4ass:J:I1fCassC3m:W
WILLIAM H. BORTREE o Scranhn. Pa. 0 Kappa STgma 0
Band I: Arndd Air Soc'efy 3.
JOHN W. BOWEN o G4enside. Pa. 0 R'We Team: CadeL
Council. Vice Presidenf I:S:abbard and BYade.
:. 41 4-F
WILLIAM LESTER BOWLUS o Canfon. O. 0 Sigma A4-
pha Epsi4on 0 Swimming 4. 2. 3. Manager 4: Soc4e4y
for Hue Advancemenf of Management A+414e44c Man-
agerial Board. Presiden4 4: Chr4sfian Assodafion l. 2.
3. 4: Dormlfory Counc44: Markefing Socie4y; Record
KENYON SCHUSTER BOWMAN o Shafen 434and. N. Y. 0
Crew 2; Chris+4an Associa4ion: Dai4y Penn5y4van4an;
Dormi4ory Counc44: Record; Spanish C4ub: Prope44or
JAMES L. BOYD o Phi4ade4phia. Pa. 0 Phi De44a Theta o
Sociefy for He Advancemenf 04 Management
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY o Phllade4phia. Pa. 0 Soc4e4y for
+he Advancemenf 04 Management Newman Club.
MARTIN BRAIT o Merion. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha Mu o Hi44e4
Foundafion; Pennplx. Produc44on Manager.
RICHARD EDWARD BRANDOW 0 Bradford. Pa. 0 P444
Kappa Sigma. Treasurer.
WARREN H. BREE o Unlonfown. Pa. 0 Pi Lambda P414.
Treasurer 3. Presiderfr 4 o 450 4b. Foo4bal4 3. 4: lnfen
frafernify Counc44 4; Marke44ng Soc4e4y 4: Varslfy
ALAN MARK BREITMAN o Kew Gardens. N. Y. 0 P414
Sigma De44a o Be4a A4p41a Psi 3. 4'. Befa Gamma S4gma
4; 4-4444e4 Founda4ion l. 2. 3. 4.
JOHN L. BRENNAN o Weymou4h. Mass.
DONALD BRENNER o L4444Z. Pa. 0 Phi Delfa The4a o
Lacrosse 4. 2. 3.
LEONARD M. BRENNER o Swampscoff. Mass. 0 Npha
PAUL BRIELOFF 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Span4sh C4ub; 4-4444e4
DAVID R. BRIGGS o Whi4e P4aIns. N. Y o Them X4 0 So-
c4e+y for Hue Advancemen4 04 ManagemeM: C41r4s+4an
EUGENE D. BRODY o Drexe4 4-4444. Pa. 0 85346443344 4,
ALAN BRONNER 0 New York. N. Y. o De44a Upsl4on
Secre4ary 3. Vice Pres4den4 4 o Soc4e4y 404'. +he Ad-
vancemenf o4 Managemenf 3. 4: Abba P444 Omega 3.
4? Dal4y Pennsy4van43n 2' 4n+er4rafem4fy Counc44 4:
Young Repub4ican Cub 2. 3: SecreLar. 04 Senior C4555
4: Senior Counci4 4: Jo4n4 C4ass C3unc44 4.
BRUCE WALTER BROWN 0 TFGFLOH. 444. J. o 4341: 34:34.3
Kappa o Baseba44 4. 2: 6468 Club 4. 2. 3. 4.
FRANK F. BROWN 0 Narberih. Pa. o 8633 441943 43' 0
Foo4ba44 4: Swfmmmg 2. 3. 4' Varsiw C4ub.
ROBERT B. BROWN 0 New 4'34; 44. Y. o ZeLa 43543 T3;
0 4-4444e4 Founda44on 4. 2. 3. 'A'Pdd AV 3:551.
Yach44ng C4ub 2. 3: Phame 32:334. 2. 3. 4: Terh'; 4.
'3 A .
CHARLES F. BRYAN o Curm'mhiry, Mi 0 I", 11,, 5,, .
Sphinx Senior ZocicU: Dmy Pcnm'fmriylw y mew
nHy CouncH 3, Prcuidcnf 4: leJcrrjleumg Courf
WILLIAM G. BUDD o Gkrm Pack N, J, . 3,9,",0 Cm .
Mask and Wiq Cth 3. 4: Wrezf'winq 2.
JEROME H. BUFF . CHarMer, N, m . m Wm
DeHa o Befa Gamma Sigma 3, 4: DmmMQW Council ,3
Hillel Foundaflon I, 2, 3, 4: Penn Pbpr: 3, 4: Board
of Governors; Wharfon Advizory Council 3, Prozdcm 4.
MAYNARD E. BURSTEIN o Neenah 3Wi3. 0 Phi Epzibn PE
0 Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 3, 4: MarVeMng Sodew 2, 3,
WILLIAM R. BUSTARD o Philaddphia, Pa.
ENRIQUE BUSTOS o SanMago, ChHe 0 Sigma Nu o SOC.
cer I:Squash 2; lnfernafiond AHair: Counci? 3, 4; New-
man C1ub l. 2, 3, 4; PropeHor Club: Foreign Trade
Club 2, 3. Treasurer 4.
DONALD A. BUX o Jenkinfown, Pa. 0 539413 Phi EpQHQn .
Bridge Club I.
JOSEPH CALACE-MOTTOLA o Dobb; Ferry, N. Y. o
Be+a Alpha Psi 3, 4.
HOWARD J. CALLAGHAN o Drexel HUI, Pa. 0 New-
WILLIAM J. CALLAHAN o VVlldwood, N. J. 0 Phi DeHa
Thefa o WXPN l. 2: Yachflrg Club I, 2, 3. Capfam 4;
Track 2: Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP CAMMA o PhHadeb'hIa. Pa. 0 Newman Cub l,
2, 3, 4.
ALEXANDER N. CAPLAN 0 New Haven. Com. 0 nga
WILLIAM E. CAREY o PhijadefphIa, Pa. 0 Markefmg So-
defy: Newman Cub.
SIDNEY L. CARR 0 Chicago, ILL 0 Phi Kappa P53 0 Mask
and Wig Club.
PETER J. CARROLL, JR. 0 PhiladeIpHEa, Pa. 0 Sfudenfs
for Democra+lc Adlon, Chairman 2: WHam Penn Club:
Propeller Oub, Vice President
HAROLD CARVER o Brookilne, Mass. 0 Phi $ng1 Dejfs
o HlHe! Foundafion 3, 4: Marketing Society 3, 4.
EDWARD l. CASEL o AHanc CYN, N. J. 0 PH Sigma
DeHa 0 Bridge Oub: Dam PennsyivanTa Personnel Man-
ager: Dormlfory CouncH, Execufive Board: HHe? Foun-
dafion; Markefing Sociefy 2; Pennpix 2.
y 2. 3.
x1. Y. 0
-i o Mask
DAVID E. CASSIDY o Soufh Orange. N. J. 0 Phi Gamma
Delfa o Friars Senior Sociefy: Lacrosse Associafe Mana-
ger; Newman Club 2. 3. 4; Vigilanfee Commiffee 2.
EUGENE CHESTNUT 0 Camden. N. J. 0 Arnold Air So-
EUGENE CLARK 0 Spring Lake. N. J. 0 Sigma Chi o
Friars Senior Socie+yg Swimming 3. Capfain 4; Newman
Club: Varsify Club.
WILLIAM N. CLARKE o Washingmm D. C. o Befa Thefa
PI 0 Mask and Wig I. 4.
RAYMOND CLAYDEN 0 Richmond Hill. N. Y. 0 Sigma
Alpha Epsilon rt Baskefball 1.
FRANCIS J. CLEARY, JR. 0 PhiIadelphIa. Pa. 0 Soclefy
for +he Advancemenf of Managemenf: Npha Phi
Omega: Newman Club.
MYRON T. COFFMAN. JR. 0 EHamore. W. Va.
EDWARD S. COHEN o Charles+on. W. Va. 0 Phi Sigma
Delfa 0 Bridge Club 3. 4; HIHel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4:
Bennett Hall at 34th and Walnut.
Markefing Sociefy 2. 3.
RICHARD G. COHEN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Phi Sigma
DeHa 0 Daily Pennsylvanian I. 2. 3; Record 4.
LEONARD A. COLAVITA 0 Upper Darby, Pa. 0 Socie+y
Tor +he Advancemenf of Management Band.
THOMAS COLLINS 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega. Secrefary 3 o Wresfllng l. 2. 3. 4: Markefing
DONALD A. COOPER o Cedarbursf. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Phi o BeskefbaH I: Lacrosse 2, 3. 4: Bridge Club 4: Mar-
kefing Sociefy 3. 4; WXPN l. 2.
JAMES R. COOPER 0 New Kensingfon. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 I50 lb. FoofbaH 3: Soclefy for Hwe Advance-
menf of Managemen+: Pre-Law Soclefy.
KENNETH L. CORMIER o Leominsfer. Mass. 0 Lambda
Chi Npha 0 Insurance Sociefy 3. 4: Newman Club 2.
FREDERICK WATERS COTTER o SheHon. Conn. o Soci-
efy of Hue Advancemenf of Management
BRUCE E. CRAWFORD o Bosfon. Mass. 0 Phi Gamma
Delfa o Squash 4: Tennis 3. Manager 41Campus Chesf
Execufive CommiHee 3. 4.
JAMES L. CROTHERS O Cafasauqua. Pa. 0 Alpha Chi
Rho o Wresfling 4: Choral Sociefy l. 2. 3; Glee Club
I. 2. 3. 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Yachfing Club 3.
4: R.O.T.C. Band I. 2. 3. 4; Mask and Wig Show I;
Young Republican Club I.
JAMES S. CROTHERS o Drexe! HIH. Pa. 0 Delfa Tau
Delfa o MarkeHng Sociefy 3. 4: Arhold Air Socie+y 3. 4.
ROBERT E. CRUM 0 York. Pa. 0 Lambda Chi Alpha 0
Record 2. 3; Yachfing Club I. 2; Phofographic Sociefy
l. 2. 3. Secrefary-Treasurer 4.
HARVEY B. CUMMINS o Balfimore. Md. 0 Zefa Befa
RAYMOND FRANCIS DACEK o Shaker Heighfs. O. 0
Phi Delfa Thefa. Presidenf 4 0 Tennis l.
ALEXANDER H. DANON. JR. 0 Mexico. D. F.. Mexico 0
Phi Epsilon PI 0 Soccer l. 2. 3; Hill School Club I. 2.
BERNARD DASH 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hillel Founda-
BRUCE DAVIDSON 0 Norwalk. Conn. o HiHel Founda-
Jrion; Insurance Sociefy; WXPN.
THOMAS L. DAVIDSON 0 Kansas Cify. Mo. 0 Zefa Befa
Tau o FoofbaH l: Yach+ing Club 2; Cinema Club?
Freshman Dance CommiHee.
JOHN WESLEY DAVIES o Scranfon. Pa. 0 Daily Penn-
sylvanian 3. 4; Inferna+iona4 AHaIrs Council 4: Markef-
ing Sociefy 2. 3. 4; Young Republican Club 4.
DONALD W. DAVIS o Scranfon. Pa. 0 Alpha Tau Omega
0 ISO lb. Foo+ball 3; Bridge Club 2: Chrisfian Associa-
+ion 2: Oang Club 4; Phofographic Socie+y 2. 3. 4.
JOHN W. DAY 0 Greenwich. Conn. 0 Phi Gamma DeHa.
DAVID W. DEAKYNE o Swar+hmore. Pa. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega 0 Rifle Team 3. 4; Varslfy Club 4; N.R.O.T,C.
Rifle Team 2. 3. 4.
VICTOR S. DELAN o PomL Washingfon. N. Y. o Lamba
Chi Alpha. Secre+ary 2. Presldenf 4 0 Daily Pennsyi-
vanian l. 2: Arnoid Air Sociefy 2. 3. Vice Presldenf 4:
Record 2. Sales Manager 3.
MICHAEL DELEHANTY o Foresf Hills. N. Y. 0 Phi Kappa
Sigma 0 Friars Senior Sociefy: Kife and Key. President
Insurance Sociefy; Newman Club; Scabbard and Blade;
ROBERT ALLEN DELL o Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa
EUGENE A. DENISON o Wyncofe. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma
Rho 0 Daily Pennsylvanian 2. 3; Senior Board 4.
JOHN D. DENNEY. JR. 0 Philadelpiha, Pa. 0 Pi Kappa
Alpha 0 ln+ernafional Affairs Council 3. Treasurer 4;
Newman Club I, 2. 3, 4: Penn Players 2. 3. Publicify
WILLIAM E. DESMOND o Killdeer. N. D. 0 Sigma Alpha
ALEXANDER E. DEVERES o Tewksbury. Mass 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon o Foofball l. 2.
DAVID M. DIAMOND o Grea+ Neck. N. Y. o Tau Delhi
Phi O Sociefy for +he Advancemenf of Managemenf 4:
Hillel Foundafion l, 2. 3. 4: lnferfrafernify Council 2.
SAMUEL DIAMOND o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau Delfa Phi
o Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4; lnfernafional Affairs
Council 4: Pre-Law Sociefy 3. 4.
DAVID J. DICK. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 ISO ib. Crew 1:
lnfercollegiafe Conference on Governmenf 2. 3. 4:
Newman Club 4; Arnold Air Sociefy 3, 4: William Penn
Club I. 2. 3: S+uden+s for Democrafic Adion.
ALBERT J. DIENNA 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
DAVID DIPERSTEIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Npha Epsilon
Pi o Hillel Foundafion.
RICHARD MERTON DOLAN o Norwich. N. Y. 0 Phi
Kappa Psi 0 Track 2, 3. Manager 4: Afhlefic Manager-
iai Board 4; Spike Shoe Club 2. 3, 4: Varsify Club 4.
THAYER DOLAN o Haverford. Pa.
LEONARD S. DOME 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Phi Epsiion PI 0
Daily Pennsylvanian 3. 4: Young Republican Club 3. 4.
WILLIAM E. DONAHUE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
CHARLES G. DONLAN o Shamokm. Pa. 0 Newman Club
I. 2, 3, Execu+ive CommiHee 4.
ROBERT E. DOYLE o Shrewsbury. Mass. 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa: Friars Senior Sociefy: ISO lb. Crew 2. 3. 4: Crew
1: ISO Foofball 2. 31Newman Club; Varsify Boaf Club:
JAN E. DUBOIS 0 Miami Beach. Fla. 0 Zefa Befa Tau 0
Friars Senior Sociefy; Kife and Key: Swimming 2. 3. 4:
Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma; Varsify Club
2, 3. 4; PreiLaw Scciefy 3.
EDWIN T. DUGAN. JR. 0 Monfclair. N. J. o Delfa Kappa
Epsilon o Foofball l; Newman Club I. 2, 3. 4.
SAM DUNG 0 Honolulu. T. H.
RICHARD P. DUNSMORE o Pelham. N. Y. o DeHa
Kappa Epsilon 0 Swimming I, 2; Insurance Sociefy 3;
Newman Club 3. 4.
RICHARD HAROLD DUSENBURY o Beacon. N. Y. 0 Al-
pha Chi Rho o Choral Sociefy l. 2; Glee Club 2. 3.
MYRON I. DWORKEN 0 Bridgeport Conn. 0 Phi Epsi-
lon Pi o Sociefy for +he AdvancememL of Managemenf
4; HiHel Foundafion 3. 4: Markefing Sociefy 4: Finance
CHARLES C. EASTON. JR. 0 Springwfield, Mass. 0 Alpha
Chi Rho 0 Soccer l: Bridge Club 3. 4:3Chrisfian Asso-
cIaHon I, 2; Daily Pennsylvanian l. 3. Circulafion Man-
ager 4; Insurance Sociefy 3. 4.
ARTHUR M. EDELMAN o Trenfon. N. J. o Befa Alpha
EDWARD L. EDELSTEIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Nu
o Hillel Foundafion.
ROBERT CLYDE EDWARDS o Union+own. Pa. 0 William
Penn Club; Finance Sociefy.
DANIEL EFROS 0 Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Sociefy for fhe
Advancemenf of Management Markefing Soclefy.
EDGAR R. EINHORN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Soclefy for
AdvancememL of Management
ALBERT A. EISENSTAT o Scranfon. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu 0 Band I. 2. 3. 4; HiHel Foundafion I. 2. 3. 4.
JOHN L. ELLIOTT o Chambersburg. Pa. 0 Befa Alpha
Psi 3. 4; Bridge Club 4.
EVERETT S. ELLIS o Collingswood. N. J. 0 Insurance So-
STUART Y. ELLOR 0 Hanover. N. J. o Transporfafion So-
Ciefy 4; WXPN 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma.
. N; ,
EDWIN A. EPSTEIN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Be'ra Alpha Psi 0
Hillel Foundafion: Pre-Law Sociefy.
ROBERT S. ERLEBACH o AHaan Cify. N. J. o Sociefy
for +he Advancemenf of Managemenf 4: German Club
JOHN D. EVANS o Washingfon. Pa. 0 Alpha Tau Omega
0 Sphinx Senior Socie+y: Phi Kappa Befa: Foofball l. 2.
3. 4: Wresfling l. 2. 3. Capfain 4: Grapp!ers' Club 2.
3. 4: Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
JOSEPH E. EVANS o Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 0 Sigma Chi.
Treasurer 4 o Befa Gamma Sigma 3. Vice Presiden+ 4:
Newman Club 4: Record: Spanish Club 2. 3. 4: Whar-
+on Advisory Counci14; Propellor Club. Presidenf 4.
WARREN EVE 0 Bermuda. B. W. l. 0 Phi Sigma Kappa 0
Soccer 2. 3. 4: Tennis 2. 3. 4: Yacthg Club 4.
ALBERT FRANCIS EXNER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Crew 2.
3. J. V. 4: Befa Gamma Sigma 4; Newman Club 2. 3. 4;
Varsify Boaf Club 3. 4.
A. HOLLAND FAIRCHILD 0 Glen Ridge. N. J. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Arnold Air Sociefy.
RICHARD A. FALK 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Phi Epsilon Pi 0
Tennis 1: Daily Pennsylvanian. Junior Eleor: Philomafh-
JAMES H. FARREN o Porfage, Pa. 0 Sigma Nu 0 Track:
Newman Club: Spike Shoe Club: Arnold Air Sociefy.
ROBERT J. FASTIGGI o Mamaroneck. N. Y. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Nafional Sfudenfs Associafion 2: Newman
Club I. 2. 3. Execufive CommiHe 4: Pennpix 2. Adver-
+ising Manager 3: Young Republican Ciub l. 2. Secre-
+ary 3: Junior Annals. Adverflsing Manager.
KERMIT B. FEINBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 InfernaHonal
AHaIrs Council. Vice President PropeHOr Club. Vice
MILTON A. FELDMAN o Philaddphla. Pa. 0 Phi Epsilon
PI 0 Insurance Sociefy 4.
DONALD J. FENDRiCK o Scran+on. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma
Rho. Audifor 0 Soccer. Associafe Manager; Pre-Law
Sociew 3. 4.
RONALD PAUL FENDRICK 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Befa
Sigma Rho. Presldenf 4 0 Baseball I: Crew I: Choral
Sociefy l. 2. 3: Dormifory Council I: Glee Qub l. 2. 3:
lnferfraJrermfy Council 2. 3: Markefing Soclefy I. 2. 3:
Scaies Sociefy 2. 3. 4: WPXN 3.
PAUL J. FERENCE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
FREDERIC C. FERGUSON 0 Sharon. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi Ep-
sHon. Compvawer' Penanx l. 2. 3: Record 1: Phofo-
graphTC SCCGW 4, 2.
ROBERT J. FERRIS o Waferbury. Conn. 0 Phi Sigma
Kapoa o Ba:ebaW 2. 3. 4: Sodefy 4m We Advancemenf
c? Managemenf 4' Newman Ciub 2. 3. 4: VarsHy Club.
JOSEPH S. FINCH. JR. 0 New Ken37ng+om Pa. 0 Sigma
Ch: 0 Chrldlan Assoclafion 2: Finance Sociefy 3. 4.
LEWIS FINE o So'xr'xJIHr,g H K 0 Phi Ep'litgm PI.
MARTIN A. FINE o UnHimorm MrJ.
WALTER FINICK o Bridgepori, Curm. 0 Crew 1 2: .NH.
Ham Perm Club 3, 4.
MERLE S. FINKEL O PMadclphlm Pa. O Baku Sigma P50
Vice Presidenf 4 o Lacrozgc !: HiHel FoundaMon l, 2
3 4: Vigikanfee CommiHc-c 2. I
ARTHUR M. FISCHER o Forczf Hin, N, Y.
MARVIN S. FISH o MiHburm H J. 0 Kappa MU . Band;
HHICI FoundaHom Trcazurer.
JAMES L. FISHER o ChtinnaW O, 0 Sigma A'pha Eszon
0 ISO HO. FoofbaH 4; Swimmmg l, 2' Wrczmng 3; Mar-
kefing Sodom 4 Record 3: Umdcrgraduafe COUHCII 3:
Young Republican Cub 2.
PAUL J. FITZPATRICK 0 Queen; VlHage N. Y. . Swgma
Chi o Sphinx Sen'or Soc'ef," Pm Kaopa 8953: Basket
baH 3, 4; BasebaW 3 Caph'n 44 Newman Oub; Varsify
ROBERT McINTYRE FLOOD, JR. 0 Dh'bddphid Pa, .
8m Them Pi ' J- V. F: v+ wi 3- wso 9. FoofbaH 4;
Arno'd Air Soclcky 3, Financd OHicgr 4,
THOMAS E. FLOOD o A'KTXH C3". 0 Bridge Club 4'
Newman Cub N 4
MARTIN J. FLYNN o Have'bm ?3 o ?1' K5005 PSI.
MARK K. FORD c W'ar'ng'r N. J. o A ma Cm Rm 0
Soclcf. Id We Advrw'rWUL :5 Mavagemwf 4: Mar-
kelmg Scdcv 4.
J. NELSON FORKER o 3 ; .':: F10 De 1a Kappa Ep-
DUDLEY B. FOWLER o Smtaae N. Y. 0 95' Kappa
MARVIN I. FREEDMAN . m age p"'al Pa.
CLYDE STEWART FREINT . Be'mh N. J. . Sociew 0'r
the Aakawcmc"; : NivagE'veV.
ROBERT H. FREY . um: Dar; Pa. . K5903 39m '
Cv'ew L 2 3 4' Aim F'Y C'cha 1 :
Cbb Z 3, 4,
JERRY A. FRlEDLAND o Rlx3lyy N, Y. 0 C193; Ciubi
HI w e Fcunaaricv Markeing S::?eT,.
ion l, 2!
g 3: Mar-
13a, Pa. '
39 Club 4?
Chi Rho 0
ni' 47 Mar'
ADOLPH L. FRIEDMAN 0 Chicago, Ill. 0 Daily Pennsylv
vanian. Assisfanf Phofo Edifor: Record 3: Phofograp'hic
Sociefy I. 2, 3. 4.
MARVIN FRIEDMAN o Philaddphla. Pa. 0 !50 lb. Poof-
baH 2. 3. 4.
THOMAS S. FRIEDMAN 0 Bay Cify. Mich. 0 Phi Epsilon
Pi 0 Franklin Socie+y, President lnferfrafemify Council:
Pennpix. Managing EdiJror: Pi Gamma Mu.
WILLIAM J. FRITZ. JR. 0 Wildwood. N. J. 0 Phi Kappa
Psi O Newman CWUb: Penn Mike Club; Pennsylvania Lif-
erary Review; Pennplx 3: Philomafhean Sociefy; Span-
ish Club: WXPN; Propeller Club.
JAMES MAHLON FUELLING o Forf Wayne. Ind. 0
Kappa Alpha Sociefy o Npha Phi Omega: Insurance
SCOTT MacNEILL FUESS o Harbourfon. N. J. o DeHa
Tau Delfa o Sphinx Senior Sociefy: Phi Kappa Befa:
Mask and Wig Club. Secre+ary-Treasurer: Mask and
Wig Board of Governors 3, 4: Mask and Vlig Show I,
2. 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3. Head Cheerleader 4; Sopho-
more 0655 Council 2; Spirif Commiffee 3, 4.
The Friars entertain the kids at one of
, - q
DONALD ROSS GANT o Nepfune. N. J 0 Alpha Sigma
Phi o Sociefy for We Advancemenf 01C Managemenf 4.
BERNARD GARBER o AHaan Cify. N. J. o Zefa Befa
Tau o Hillel Foundafion.
JAMES J. GAVAGHAN o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon o J. V. Baskefball l; Markefing Sociefy:
JEROME WILSON GERBEREUX o Por+ Washingfon, N.
Y. 0 PSI Upsilon o Friars Senior Sociefy: Sociefy for fhe
Advancemenf d Managemen+ 4: Undergraduafe Coun-
CH 4, Ex OHicIo: Spiri+ Commiffee 3, Chairman 4:
Skimmer Day CommiHee 3. 4.
KURT GERSON 0 Kansas Cify. Mo. 0 Sigma Alpha Mu.
GUSTAV GEWURTZ 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Soccer l.
RICHARD W. GIDEON 0 Phlladeiphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
STANLEY R. GILBERT 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Pi o Markefing Sociefy: Arnold Afr Scciefy.
ALFRED GILMAN o Grea+ Necks, N. Y. o Befa Sigma
Rho 0 Sociefy br Hue Advancemenf of Management
Markefing Sociefy; Pershing Rifles.
HARRY W. GITHENS o Hamden. Conn. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega. Treasurer 3 o Mask and Wig l. 2: Campus
ARTHUR A. GOLDBERG a New York. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Phi 0 Baseball 1; Befa Gamma Sigma; Dormifory Coun-
CH: HiHel Foundafion; William Penn Club. Corresponde
ing Secre+ary: Finance Sociefy.
MARVIN GOLDBERG o Philade'phia. Pa.
SANFORD H. GOLDBERG 0 Newark. N. J. 0 Phi Sigma
DeHao Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4: Befa Gamma Sigma; Hillei
Founda+ion l. 2: Markefing Sociefy 2.
ALAN J. GOLDEN 0 Newark. N. J. 0 Phi Sigma Delfa.
Presidenf o Fencing l; Befa Npha Psi: lnferfrafernify
MARSHALL GOLDMAN o Elgin. HI. 0 Phi Epsilon Pi o
Dormifory Council I. 2; Hillel Foundafion. Treasurer 2.
Presidenf 3; lnfernaHond AHairs Council 4; MarkeHng
Sociefy 2. 3. 4: Mask and Wig Show I; Undergraduafe
Council 3; Vigilanfee CommiHee 2.
JEREMY E. GOLDSTEIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hillel Foun-
LEON GOLDSTEiN o Foresf HiHs. N. Y. 0 Kappa Nu o
Sociefy for We Advancemenf of Managemenf 4; Band
I. 2; Hillel Foundafion I. 2. 3. 4; Pennpix I. CirculaHon
RONALD SANFORD GOLUB 0 Miami Beach. Fla. 0
Zefa Befa Tau 0 Daily Pennsylvanian 2. 3. News EdHor
4: Franklin Socie+y 3. 4: HiHel Foundafion 2. 3. 4: Infer-
frafernify Council 3. 4; Campus Chesf Execufive Come
miHee 3; Spirif CommiHee; S+eering Commiffee l-F
Ball; Ivy Weekend Chairman.
HOWARD A. GONCHAR o Kingsfon. Pa.
BERNARD H. GOODHEART o Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Track
HAROLD S. GOODMAN 0 Rome. N. Y. 0 Kappa Nu o
HOWARD ALLEN GOODMAN 0 New York. N. Y. 0
Pi Lambda Phi o C-Bohc 3. 4: insurance Sociefy 3. 4.
LUCIEN GORDON 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Finance Soc1e+y.
CLARK RAY GREEN 0 Arlingfon. Va. 0 Sociefy for Hue
Advancemenf of Management Young RepubHcan Club.
-, -. .emm
RICHARD DENTON GREEN 0 Arlingfon. Va. 0 Sociefy
for Hue Advancemen+ of Management Young Republi-
ARTHUR J. GREENBAUM o Rockville Cenfre. N. Y. 0
Sigma Alpha Mu o J. V. Track 2: J. V. Cross Counfry
2: Chess Club 3. 4: Markefing Soclefy 3. 4.
HENRY B. GREENBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
MOSEY A. GREENBERG 0 Richmond. Va. 0 Befa Gamma
Sigma 4: Franklin Sociefy 3, 4; HIHel Foundafion l. 2.
3, 4; Markeh'ng Sociefy l. 2. 3. 4; Record 2. 3. Business
Manager 4; WiHiam Penn Club 2. 3. 4: Junior Annals
Sales Manager: Senior Business Adviser. Daily Pennsyl-
vanian and Penn PIX.
JOSEPH E. GREENE. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Lambda
Chi Alpha 0 Newman Cth 4: Oufing Club I; Pershing
RIHes l. 2; Pre-Law Sociefy 3, 4; Young Republican
Club I. 2.
CLAUDIUS J. GREY o Elmira, N, Y. o Dormifory Coun-
cil 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Quarferdeck Sociefy
WILLIAM M. GRIFFIN o Easf HarHord. Conn. 0 Square
Club: Finance Socie+y.
DAVID A. GRIM 0 Red Lion. Pa. 0 DeHa Upsilon o Chris
fian AssociaHon 3. 4; Young Republican Club I;
Finance Socie+y 4-.
NORMAN C. GROSMAN o CliHside Park. N. J.
JEROME R. GULNICK 0 Floral Park. N. Y. 0 Swimming l;
Alpha Phi Omega 2; Markefing Sociefy 3, 4; Newman
Club I. 2. 3. 4.
LAURENCE I. GUTHMAN 0 Chicago. HI. 0 Hillel Foun-
dafion, Young Republican Club.
GERALD B. HAECKEL o Boseman. Monf. 0 Sigma Alpha
G. VICTOR HALLMAN. III 0 Mooresfown. N. J. o DeHa
Upsilon. Presidenf 4 o J. V. Crew 2: Alpha Phi Omega:
Befa Gamma Sigma 4: Insurance Sociefy: Young Re-
publican Club: Freshman Handbook.
BERNARD HALPERT 0 Kings Point N. Y. 0 Zefa Befa
Tau 0 Soccer l'. Record 2: Yachfing Club I. 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS HANLON o Whife Plains. N. Y. 0 Sigma AI-
pha Epsilon o Sphinx Senior Sociefy: Phi Kappa Befa:
Foofball 2. 3. 4; Baseball'3, 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4:
Varsify Club 2. 3. Presldenf 4: Pennsylvania Day Com-
RUSSELL M. HANSCOM o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Psi Upsi-
lon 0 Swimming l. 2.
BENNET S. HARBER 0 Long Beach. N. Y. 0 Insurance 504
KENNETH M. HARD'NG o Ghanside, Pa. 0 PI Kappa N-
pha. Vice Presidenf o Sociefy for Hue Advancemenf of
SANFORD H. HARMELIN 0 Newark. N. J. o HiHel Foun-
da+ion 2. 3. 4; Insurance Socie+y 2. 3. 4.
HOWARD W. HARMER 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
HENRY S. HARRISON 0 New Haven. Conn. o Zefa Befa
Tau 0 Soccer l: Fencing l: Daily Pennsylvanian: Hillel
Foundafion l; MarkeHng Sociefy 3. 4: Pershing Rifles
l. 2; Arnold Air Sociefy 3. 4: Record l. 2; Yachflng
Club I. 2. 3.
CHARLES ROBERT HARVEY o Balfimore. Md.
JOHN T. HARVEY o Onfario. Ore.
RICHARD C. HATFIELD o PhHaddphia. Pa. 0 Arnold Air
Sociefy. Commanding Officer; Scabbard and Blade.
ROBERT M. HAUSMAN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Phi o Debafe Council: Delfa Sigma Rho: Hillel Foun-
dafion: Pre-Law Socie+yz Arnold Air Sociefy. Opera-
fions Officer: WXPN.
GERALD ALOYSIUS HEARD 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Pi
Kappa Alpha 0 Sociefy for The Advancemenf of Man-
agemen'r l. 2. 3. 4: Markefing Sociefy l. 2. 3. 4.
AUSTIN A. HEATH o Worcesfer. Mass. 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa. Presiden+ 0 Soccer 1. J.V. 4: lnferfra+erni+y
Council 4; Yachfing Club I. 2. 3. 4.
RICHARD P. HELLER o Maplewood. N. J. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu o WresHing I; Chess Club 4; Hillel Foundafion I.
2. 3. 4: Markeflng Sociefy 3. 4.
CARTER F. HENDERSON o Palmyra. N. J.
DAVID W. HERB O Aidan. Pa. 0 Band: Chrisfian Asso-
ciaHon; Insurance Sociefy; Pennsylvania Chrisfian Fel-
FRANK R. HERBERT. JR. 0 Spring1tield. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon I BasebaH 3. Associafe Manager 4.
DAVID F. HERDEG o Gowanda. N. Y. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega 0 Socie+y for The Advancemenf of Manage-
menf: Propeller Club.
RAYMOND O. HERMAN 0 Bridgeport Conn. o Befa
Alpha Psi; Chrisfian Associafion.
7. ,. 35.nN'K ,
JAMES STEPHEN HEVERLY 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 New-
man Club 3. 4.
DOUGLAS J. HILLMANN o Ridgewood. N. J. 0 Phi
Kappa Psi o WXPN. Sfaff Announcer.
JACK HIMMELSTEIN o Merlon. Pa. 0 lnfercoHegIafe
Comterence on Governmenf; Markefing Sociefy. Execw
JOHN H. HIPP o Johnsfown. Pa. 0 Sigma Chi o Foofball
l'. Baskefball i: BasebaH l: ln+erfra+ernify Council 3:
Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Friars Senior Sociefy.
IRVING M. HIRSH 0 Franklin. N. J. o Tau Epsilon Phi o
Beha Npha Psi. Program Chairman: HiHel FoundaHon l.
2. 3. 4: Penn Players 3. 4.
DANIEL HIRTENSTEIN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Alpha Ep-
silon Pi o Hillel Foundafion; Insurance Socie+y 3. 4.
WILLIAM W. HOBBS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 SOCIeer for
+he Advancemen+ of Management
EUGENE J. HOFFMANN o Larchmonf. N. Y. 0 Zefa
Psi 0 Daily Pennsylvanian 3. 4: Glee Club 4; Newman
Club 3. 4.
GENE H. HOMAN o Curwensville. Pa. 0 Markefing So-
BRUCE H. HOOPER o Wynnewood. Pa. 0 Delfa Psi o
ISO-lb. Foo+baH 4: PropeHer Club.
PHILIP M. HORAN. JR. 0 Milfon. Mass. 0 Alpha Sigma
Phi 0 Crew l. 2: Finance Socie+y.
DONALD NEWTON HORENSTEIN 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
0 Track 3. 4; SpEke Shoe Club: Wharfon Advisory Coun-
cil; WiHiam Penn Oub. Vice President Finance 50-
FRED HORNE o VVheeHng. W. Va. 0 Phi EpsHon PI 0
HWel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: Markeflng Sociefy 4;
VIgHanfee CommiHee 2: Mask and Wig Show I.
DAVID B. HOUSTON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
EpsHon 0 Soccer l.
JIRAIR STEPHEN HOVNANIAN o Baghdad. Iraq.
JOHN C. HRESKO o Eckfey. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma Kappa.
Treasurer 2. 3.
JAMES A. HUGHES. JR. 0 G4enside. Pa. 0 Sigma Phi
Epchn o J.V. Fencing 2: Record 4.
JOHN W. HUGHES. JR. 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Marie?-
ing Sociew: Arnold Air Soclefy.
ANDREW JOHN HUNDERTMARK. JR. 0 Balfimore. Md.
0 Psi UpsHon o Friars Senior Sociefy: Lacrosse l. 2. 3,
4; Campus Chesf Execufive CommiHee 3; Chrisfian
Associafion: Varsify Club 2. 3. 4; Vigilanfee Com-
LEIGH W. HUNT. JR. 0 Harpers Ferry. W. Va. 0 Sigma
Chi. Secrefary 0 Friars Senior Sociefy: FoofbaH l;
Swimming 2. 3. 4; Lacrosse l. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 2.
EUGENE A. HUTH o AsHand. N. J.
DAVID JAY HYMAN o Washingfon. D. C. 0 Finance
Sociefy; Hillel Foundafion: Pre-Law Sociefy. President
All-Universify Council; Wharfon Advisory Council.
JOEL C. ISCOVITZ o Dickson ley. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu o Befa Alpha Psi; Daily Pennsylvanian 2; HiHeI
Foundafion; VigHanfee CommiHee 2.
KELLIS L. JACKSON 0 Columbus. Ohio 0 Sociefy hr Hwe
Advancemen+ of Management Dormifory Council;
ROBERT I. JACOBS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Insurance 503
ALEXKNDER J. JAFFURS o VVilkinsburg. Pa. o Sphinx
Senior Sociefy: Phi Kappa Befa: Foo+ball 2. 3. 4:
Baskefball 2. 3. 4: Finance Sociefy: Chairman 03 Dormi-
+ory Advisors: Varsify Club.
WILLIAM E. JEFFRIES. JR. 0 Balfimore. Md. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Lacrosse 2; Newman Club.
ARNOLD D. JOHN 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Golf 3. 4:
Bridge Club; Chrisfian Associaflon: Markefing Sociefy:
Mask and Wig; Varsify Club: Young Republican Club.
CHARLES C. JOHNSTON 0 Bedford. Pa. 0 Sigma Tau
THOMAS J. JOHNSTON o Fulfon. N. Y. 0 Sigma Nu o
Housfon Hall Sfudenf Board; lnferfrafernify CouncIL
JAMES E. JONES o Fairmonf. W. Va. 0 Delfa Tau DeHa
o Sphinx Senior Sociefy; Befa Gamma Sigma: Chris-
+ian Associafion. Co-Presidenf; Arnold Air Sociefy;
VERNE K. JONES o Greeley. Col.
BERNARD B. JOSEPH o Philaddphia. Pa.
LEON F. JULIUS 0 New York. N. Y. o Thefa Chi 0
Brazilian Club 3; lnfernafional Affairs Council 4; Penn
Players l. 2. 3. 4; PropeHer Club 3. 4: Record 2.
GARY KAMMERMAN o Washingfon. D. C. 0 Phi Ep-
silon Pi o Hillel Foundafion: Markefing Sociefy 4.
HUNG KWAN KAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Propeller
RICHARD L. KANTER o Newfon. Mass 0 Ze+a Befa Tau
0 Swimming l.2.4;H1lleI FoundaHon; Yachfing Club.
HERBERT C. KANTOR 0 Linden. N. J. o Befa Sigma Rho
0 ISOJb. Foofball 3. 4; Sophomore Dance CommiHee
2: Varsiiy Club.
W. A. KATTERMANN 0 Dover. N. J. 0 Sigma Chi. Vice
President ISO-lb. Crew 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Boa? Club
2. 3. 4: Varsify Club 3, 4.
ROBERT M. KATZ 0 Fargo. N. D. o Npha Epsilon PI 0
Daily Pennsylvanian l. 2. 3. Adverfising Manager 4;
lnferfrafernify Council 3.
ELDON L. KEEBAUGH 0 Clean. N. Y. 0 Kappa Sigma 0
Sociefy for Hwe Advancemenf owI Managemenf 4: Arnold
Air Socie+y 3. 4. Execuflve Officer; Mask and Wig
JOHN M. KEEBLE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Finance Sociefy;
William Penn Club.
13,. V p
EARL KENDALL 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho o
Baskefball l: Baseball l.
GERALD D. KENJORSKI o Naanoke. Pa. 0 Newman
Club: WXPN l.
JOHN F. KENNY o Soufh Orange. N. J. 0 Sigma Chi.
THOMAS F. KILCULLEN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Alpha
Psi 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma.
FRANK J. KINN o Fosforia. O. o Thefa Chi.
JEROME F. KINNEY. Ill 0 Washingfon. D. C. 0 Phi
Gamma DeHa. Treasurer o Scabbard and B1ade o
CHARLES H. KIRK 0 Beaver. Pa. 0 DeHa Kappa Epsilon.
BERTRAM W. KLEIN o LouisviHe. Ky. 0 Ze+a BeJra Tau 0
THEODORE A. KLEIN o LaureHon. N. Y. o Aipha Ep-
slfon PI 0 J.V. Foofball 2: RiHe Team 2: Sociefy for +he
Advancemenf of Managemenf l; HlHel Foundafion 3.
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He never had it so good.
WILLIAM H. KLEINMAN 0 New York. N. Y. o Socie'ry
for Hue Advancemenf of Managemenf 3. 4; Hillel
Foundafion 2. 3: Penn Players 3. 4; Record 3: William
Penn Club 3. 4.
DAVID B. KNAPP o Glens Falls. N. Y. 0 Phi Kappa Sigma
0 Sphinx Senior Soclefy. Scribe; Hous+on Hal! Board.
Secrefary; Phi Kappa Befa: Mask and Wig Show I:
Newman Club: Chairman. l95!, Campus Chesf Drive.
DONALD R. KOENIG o Vineland. N. J. o Acacia 0
Crew, Assisfanf manager: SocIeer for +he Advancemenf
of Managemenf 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4: Chris+ian
Associafion 3. 4: Dormifory Council 3; Varsify Boaf
Club 3. 4.
WALTER KOHLER. JR. 0 Lancasfer. Pa. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega 0 Wresfling l.
BYRON E. KOPP o DuBois. Pa. 0 DeHa Upsilon o ISO-lb.
Foofball 1: Alpha Phi Omega l. 2: Daily Pennsylvanian
2, 3. 4; Office Manager: Dormlfory Council 2: Inferfra-
fernify Council 3: Markefing Sociefy 4; Vigiianfee Com-
mIHee 2: Young Republican Club 3.
DAVID KORENBAUM 0 Bronx. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon PI
0 Markeflng Sociefy 2.
ARNOLD H. KRAMER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hillel
HAROLD D. KRASHES 0 Spring Valley, N. Y. o Dormi-
+ory Council I; Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4; Insurance
HENRY NORMAN KRAVER o Fores+ Hills. N. Y. o
Alpha Epsilon Pi 0 Crew l; Hillel Foundafion 4.
GONCER M. KRESTAL 0 Philadelphia. Pa, 0 HiHel
Foundafion; Pre-Law Sociefy.
EDWARD A. KULYK 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Propeller
Club I. 2. 3. 4; William Penn Club 3: Young Republican
Club I. 2.
HOWARD KUPPERMAN o Pleasanfville. N. J. 0 Phi
Sigma Delfa o Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM T. KVETKAS. JR. 0 WilkesBarre. Pa. 0 Alpha
Chi Rho 0 Band I. 2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Fan-
JOHN J. LAINO. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Phi Kappa
Psi 0 Foofball l. 2. 3. 4.
NORMAN R. LANGE o PhHadelphTa. Pa. 0 Befa Thefa
PI 0 Sociefy for Hwe Advancemenf of Management
Y. 0 Socieiy
3. 4: Hille1
n Hal! Board.
Wig Show h
; Chesf Drive.
0 Acacia o
l. 4; Christian
; Varsity Boa?
. . Alpha Tau
osHon 0 ISM-
M 2; lnwerwra-
Mpha EPSHon Pi
Pa. . H1
NY- . DormV'
. 3 4IInSUrW
. Hills. N- Y' .
WILLIAM G. LAVEN 0 Media. Pa. 0 Alpha Sigma Phi o
Pennpix I. 2. Phofography SfaH.
JAMES A. LEACH 0 York. Pa. 0 Phi Kappa Sigma.
HARRY A. LEBO 0 EvereH. Pa.
JOHN NEWBOLD LEE 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Inferna-
+ional Affairs Council 3. 4; Unifed World Federalids l.
2. Presidenf 3: Finance Sociefy 4.
DONALD N. LEFF o Yonkers. N. Y. 0 Phi Epsilon Pi o
I50rlb. Crew l. 2. 3. 4: Varsify Boaf Club.
THOMAS JAMES LEIBO 0 Union. N. J. o Zefa Befa Tau
0 Golf 2. 3. 4.
HOWARD E. LENAHAN. JR. 0 Drexel Hill. Pa. 0 Sigma
RICHARD DAVID LEVIN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Markefing
RICHARD M. LEVIN o Rochesfer. N. Y. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu o HiHel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4; Inferfrafernify Coun-
CH 3. 4; Markefing Society 3. 4; Nafion Sfudenfs' As-
sociaHon l. 2.
ALAN M. LEVINE 0 New Haven. Conn. o Zefa Befa Tau
0 Baseball l; ISO-lb. Foo+ball 2. 3; Vigilanfee Commif-
ROBERT E. LEVINE 0 Lawrence. N. Y. o Tau Delfa Phi 0
Daily Pennsylvanian 3. Associafe Edifor 4: Hillel Founda-
Jrion 3. 4.
HOWARD l. LEVISON a New York. N. Y.
BERT LEVY o Elkins Park. Pa. 0 Rifle Team 3. 4; Cade1L
Council 3. Vice President Markefing Sociefy; Pershing
Rifles: Scabbard and Blade.
RONALD NORMAN LEVY 0 New York. N. Y. o Hillel
Foundafion: Markefing Sociefy: Pennpix. Accounf Man-
STANTON LEVY o Per+h Amboy, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon PI
0 Junior Annals 3: Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: Markef-
Ing Sociefy 4; Pre-Law Society 4.
DAVID MORGAN LEWIS o Scranton, Pa. 0 Phi Kappa
BARTON LEWY 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Phi Vappa Psi 0
Daily Pennsylvanian, Adverfising Manager, FranHin So-
Ciefy 4:Join+C1ass Council, President Junior Annah;
Junior CommiHee: Markefing Soclefy 3, 4, Secrefary;
Mask and Wig Show 2: Penn Mike Ciub 3, 4: Pennplx
2, 3, 4, Business Advisor: Senior Class CouncH: WXPN
2, 3, 4, SfaHon Manager; Chairman, Hy Network;
WARREN S. LEXTON 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Insurance
WALTER A. LINDELL, JR. 0 Glen Roclr, N. J. o Sigma
Chi o lSO-lb, FoofbaH 2, 3: Dormifory Council I; In-
surance Soclefy 4; Varsify Club 3, 4.
PHILIP B. LINDY 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Phi Epsiion Pi 0
RICHARD A. LIPSEY 0 Des Moines. Iowa 0 Phi EpsHon
Pi 0 Golf 2, 3, 4, Capfain: Daily PennsvaanIan !: Hille4
Foundafion l, 2, 3, 4: Markefing Sociefy 3 Vice Presl-
denf, 4 Presidenf; Varslfy Club 3, 4; Wharfon Advisory
HERBERT MYRON LISS 0 New York, N. Y. 0 Sigma
Alpha Mu 0 Band I, 2. 3: Choral Sociew 2: DaHy Penn-
sylvanian l, 2, 3 Promofion Manager, 4 Business Man-
ager: Franan Sociefy 3, 4 Treasurer: G4ee Cub 2, 3,
4; Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 3, 4: Markefing Sociefy l, 2,
3, 4 Vice President President Mask and Wig Show I;
Oang Qub l: Pennpix 4 Business Advisor: Scabbard
and Blade 3, 4; WXPN l: Whar+on Advisory Council 4.
STEPHEN LITTAUER 0 New Rochelle, N. Y. o Delfa Tau
Delfa o Friars: Phi Kappa Be+az Crew l, 2, 3, 4: Chris-
+ian Associafion: Finance Sociefy: Arnold Air Sociefy;
Varsify Boaf Club: Varsify Club.
DAVID LLOYD, HI 0 PWmoufh, Pa. 0 Alpha Chi Rho 0
Track I; Band I, 2. 3, 4: Befa Alpha Psi 3,4 Treasurer;
Dormlfory Council 2; FaMare Sociefy.
MILTON LLOYD o Hazlefon. Pa.
DONALD ALAN LOBEL o Cedarburst N. Y. o Npha
Epsilon Pl 0 Npha Phi Omega: Finance Sociefy: HiHe?
ARTHUR F. LOEBEN o Swarfhmore, Pat 0 Thefa Xi o
Sociefy for We Advancemenf of Managemenf; New-
JAY W. LORCH o DaHas, Tex. o Zefa Befa Tau.
DANIEL JOSEPH LOWEN o Yonkers, N. Y. o Lambda
Chi Alpha 0 Rifle Team 3, 4: Cadef Council; ChrSfIan
ALBERT A. LUBINSKY o Scranfon, Pa. 0 Pi Kappa Npha.
RICHARD M. LYNCH o BaWaeCsnmd, Pa. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 FoofbaH l, 2: Newman Club.
JOHN V. LYON 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Pennswvam'a
Liferary Review, Circubflon Manager: Pennpw'x: Philo-
mafhean Sociefy; Infernafiond Affairs Associafion:
GEORGE F. McANDREWS o PhHadethia, Pa. O FOO+-
ball 2, 3, 4; Markefmg Sociefy 4; Newman Club I, 4.
. Phi Kappa
Kappa Psi .
7 Franklin 30.
34 4' Pennpk
. 0 insurance
3. J. 0 Sigma
Council 4'. 1n-
1': Epsilon P3 .
a 0 Phi EosV'on
vanian 1'. HHel
y 3 Vice Presi-
J. Y. o nga
. 2: Dew Pew-
? Bushes; Man-
3ee Cub 2. 3.
19 Socie'ry L 2,
j W; 3W 4
ziscry Com1 4
Y. . Deha Tau
4. 2' 33410533-
ojd Au SW
Mo'na CM Rm.
.1 3 4Treaiwer'
DAVID MCCAHAN. JR. 0 Swarfhmore. Pa. 0 Psi Up-
chn o FoofbaH l. J.V. 2: Lacrosse l. 2. 3. 4 Capfain:
Insurance Sociefy 2. 3. 4 Vice Presidenf; Varslfy Club
EDWARD T. MCCARRON o Craneron. R. l. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 Finance Sociefy; Newman Club.
COOPER REID MCCARTHY 0 Devon. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
Epsilon 0 Daily Pennsylvanian l. 2. 3. 4: Franklin Sociefy
3. 4; Pennpix l. 2. 3. 4.
RICHARD A. McCLATCHY. JR. 0 Malvern. Pa. 0 Delfa
Kappa Epsilon 0 Franklin Sociefy; ln+erfra+ernify Coun-
cil; Newman Club; Quarferdeck Soclefy; Scabbard and
JOHN A. MCCOLE o Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 0 Zefa Psi. Treas-
urer. Vice-Presiden+ 0 Finance Sociefy; Insurance
Sociefy; Newman Club: Yachfing Club.
ANDREW J. MCCOMAS 0 Warren. Pa. 0 Phi Kappa
Sigma 0 Friars Senior Sociefy; Foo+ball. Associafe Man-
ger: A+hle+ic Managerial Board 4; Chrisfian Associafion
Cabinef 4; Freshman Handbook Edifor 3.
JOHN C. MCCOMBS o Unlonfown. Pa. 0 Befa Thefa Pi
o Sphinx Senior Soclefy: Inferfrafernify Council 3:
Mask and Wig Club I. 2. 3. 4 Business Manager; Mask
and Wig Board of Governors 3. 4; Record 2; Sophomore
Class Council 2. Secrefary-Treasurer.
ALFRED A. McCRAY o Jamesfown. N. Y. 0 Phi Kappa
Psi o Lacrosse l. 2. 4; Insurance Sociefy;3ln+erfra+ern1+y
Council: Arnold Air Sociefy.
THOMAS D. MCDONALD o Aflanfic Cify. N. J.
JAMES MCDOWELL o Beacon. N. Y.
CORNELIUS McGILLlCUDDY. III 0 Wynnewood. Pa. 0
0 Phi Gamma Delfa 0 Baseball 3. 4: Finance Sociefy:
Newman Club; Quarferdeck Sociefy; Scabbard and
GERALD H. MCGINLEY o Wesffield. N. J. 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa o Sphinx Senior Sociefy; Phi Kappa Befa; Foo+bail
l. 2. 3. 4: Freshman Class Council I Vice-Presidenf:
Newman Club 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 2, 3. 4; Yachfing
Club 2. 3. 4.
JOSEPH N. McGOWAN o Bordenfown. N. J. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Socie+y for +he Advancemenf of Management
FRANK E. MCKEE. JR. 0 Norfh Muskegon. Mich. o DeHa
UPSHOH 0 Sociefy for We AdvancememL of Manage-
menf 4'. Young Republican Club I. 2. 3. 4.
CHARLES H. MCKINNEY o Oswego. Ken. 0 Phi Delfa
Them 0 Sphinx Senior Soclefy; Phi Kappa Befa; Poof-
baH. Head Manager: AfhleHc Managerial Board. 4
President Freshmen Dance Chairman.- lnfemtrafernify
Council; Varsify Club; Yachfing Club.
WILLIAM EDMUND MCKINNEY. JR. 0 PhHadelphia. Pa.
' P5; UpSilon 0 Daily Pennsylvanlan 2. 3. 4 Producf'won
Manager; MarkeHng Sociefy: Mask and Wig Club.
EDWARD D. McLOUGHLIN. III 0 Phiiadelphia. Pa, 0
Insurance Sociefy: Newman Oub.
BERNARD D. MAGASINY 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa
Npha Psi; HiHel Foundafion.
JULIAN A. MAGNUS. JR. 0 Cincinnafi. Ohio 0 Zefa Befa
Tau o DaHy Pennsyklaman l. 2: Mask and Wig Show I:
WXPN l. 2: Yachfing Club I. 2. 3. 4 ViceACommodore.
FRANK MAHLAB o Foresf Hilis. N. Y. I Npha Epsilon
Pi o DaHy Pennsylvanian. Producfion Manager. Per-
sonnel Manager: HiHel Foundafion.
ROBERT K. MANCKE o Wynnewood. Pa. 0 Sigma Nu.
PAULV. MARCUSON o Wes+ Harfford. Conn. o Lambda
Chi Npha o Friars Senior Sociefy; Soccer 2. 3. 4 Cap-
+ainj Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM M. MARGOLIS 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa
Alpha Psi 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma 3. 4- Secre+ary.
CHARLES HENRY MARION o Haddon Heighfs. N. J.
0 Phi Kappa Psi 0 Insurance Sociefy; Mask and Wig
Show; Newman Club.
RICHARD E. MARKLEY o Norrisfown. Pa. 0 RiHe Team
3. 4: Cadef Council 3. 4: Chrisfian Associafion l:
Pershing RiHes 2. 3. 4 Vice Presidenf.
DONALD A. MARKOVITZ 0 Camden. N. J. o Befa Npha
Psi: Hillel Foundafion: Quarferdeck Sociefy.
JOHN L. MATHER 3RD 0 Wayne. Pa. 0 Phi Gamma
Delfa o J.V. Baske+baH 2; Soccer l. 2. 3: Lacrosse 4'.
Young Republican Club.
LAURENCE R. MAXWELL 0 Upper Darby, Pa. 0 Alpha
Sigma Phi 0 Track I. 2, 3. 4; Cross Counfry l. 2. 3. 4:
Penn Players 2. 3. 4; Pershing RiHes l. 2; Spike Shoe
Club I. 2. 3. 4 Treasurer; Varsify CIub 2.3.4.
WILLIAM J. MAXWELL o Flushing. N. Y. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon o Newman Club.
BRUCE LINCOLN MAYERS 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Phi Sigma
DeHa 2 Secrefary. 3 Treasurer o Befa Alpha Psi. Vice-
JOHN L. MECAUGHEY. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Band: Markefing Sociefy.
ELLIOT GEORGE MEISEL o BrooMyn. N. Y. o Tau Epsiion
Phi 0 HiHel Founda+lon l. 2. 3.4.
CHARLES SANGER MELLEN 0 New HarHord, N. Y. 0
Delfa Tau DeHa o Sphinx: Crew l. 2. 3. 4: Sociefy wtor
+he Advancemenf of Managemenh Chrlsflan Associa-
flon Cabinet Mask and Wig Show I;Varsi+y Boaf Club;
JEAN PAUL MERR'NG o Sfroudsburg. Pa. 0 Befa Alpha
Psi 3. 4 Secretary; WIHiam Penn Club 3. 4 Treasurer:
Befa Gamma Sigma.
RICHARD A. MERSEREAU o Baldw'm. N. Y. 0 PropeHor
MERLE B. MEYER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 William Penn
JAMES MIADES 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
FRED M. MILLER 0 York. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho o Foofball
leigilanfe CommiHee 2.
IRVING ARTHUR MILLER. JR. 0 Newfown Square. Pa. 0
DeHa Tau DeHa o Sphinx; Phi Kappa Befa; Kife and Key
Treasurer; Crew l. 2. 3. 4: Finance Socie+y; Varsify Boaf
J. R. MILLER 0 Kansas ley. Mo. 0 Sigma Chi.
PAUL L. MILLER o Pennsauken. N. J. o Transporfafion
Sociefy President Wharfon Advisory Council.
ROBERT F. MILLER o Loraie. Ohio 0 Sociefy for Hue
Advancemenf of Managemenf 2. 3. 4: Band I. 2. 3. 4:
Fanfare Soclefy 3. 4.
RICHARD F. MILLS 0 Reading. Pa. 0 Sigma Nu. Presldenf
4 0 ISOPound FoofbaH 3: lnferfraJrernify Council 4;
Counting Ihe Frosh election returns.
Mask and Wig Show I.
A. DONALD MINGLE o Roaring Spring. Pa. 0 Thefa Xi.
Treasurer 3 0 Band I. 2. 3; Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4.
ENRIQUE MODIANO 0 Mexico. D. F.. Mex. 0 Soccer l.
J.V.: 2. 3. 4: Soc1e+yfor+he Advancemenf of Manage-
menf: Hillel Foundafion: Span'wsh Club.
DICK LUIS MOHR o Phlladdphia. Pa. 0 Soccer I. J.V.
JOSEPH H. MOORE. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
WILLIAM F. M005 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Newman Club.
JACK J. MORRIS o Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 Finance Sociefy:
BURTON J. MORRISON 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Phi Sigma
DeHa o Befa Gamma Sigma.
HAROLD I. MORRISON o PhHadelp'nia. Pa.
WHARTON SCHOOL .
MALCOLM A. MORRISON o Ardmore. Pa. 0 Kappa I E
Sigma 0 BaskeeraH l. 2: Inferfrafernify Council. Afh.
lefic Chairman 4.
MARVIN W. MORSE o Flushing N. Y. o Kapoa Nu .
Crew l: Hin Foundafion l. 3 .1 ,
RICHARD H. MOSELEY 0 Kansas Cify. Mo. 0 Ph;
Gamma Delfa. 3
HARRY E. MUELLER. JR. 0 Erie. Pa. 0 Alpha CH Rho 0
Band 3: Chrisfian Associafion 3. 4: Daily Pennsylvanian
3. 4: Finance Sociefy 3. 4: Pre-Law Sociefy 3.
LEO R. MULLNER 0 New Brifain. Conn. 0 Phi Kappa Tau
o Newman C1ub3zDelfa Sigma Pi. .
DONALD H. MURRAY 0 Audubon. N. J. o Befa Thefa Pi ' J
o Foofball 1.2:Varsify Club 2.
DONALD MUTSCHLER 0 Norwalk. Conn. 0 Phi Kappa
P51 0 Track I. 2, 3: Cross Coun+ry l. 2. 3: Band I; Bridge
Club 4: Chrisfian Associafion L 2. 4: DormHory Coun-
cil 1: Finance Sociefy 2. 3. 4: Spike Shoe Club 4; WXPN
4; Young Republican Club 4. 3
JAMES R. NADLER 0 Ship BoHom. N. J. 0 Sigma Npha .
Epsilon o Markefing Sociefy; Arnoki Air Sociefy; Pro- 1,
peller Club. '
BARRY NAGINSKY o Norfh Bergen. N. J. o BeFa Sigma
CARL THEODORE NECKER o Philaddphia. Pa. 0 Befa
Sigma Rho o ln+erna+ional Affairs Council.
JEROME J. NEFF 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho 0
lnfernafional Affairs Council 2.
CARL NELSON 0 Superior. Wisc. o Lambda Chi Npha 0
ALAN NEUMAlER 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon Pi
0 Baseball l. 2; Hillel FoundaHon I. 2. 3. 4.
HUBERT G. NEUMANN 0 Chicago. W 0 Hillel Founda-
Hon; Markefing Socie+y.
BURTON NEWMAN . New York. N. Y. . Alpha Epsilgn
Pi 0 Crew 1: Daily Pennsylvanian 2. 3. 4: FFGHH'n
Socie+y 2. 3. 4: Junior Annals. 3: Promofion Manager? I:
Pennpix l. 2. 3. 4. Assisfanf Business Manager. ?
rppa Nu 0
Mo. 0 PM
I OH Rno 0
3 Kappa Tau
Leta Theh P:
o W Kappa
Mo 4? WXPN
. Bela nga
JOSEPH F. NOCCA o Yonkers. N. Y. o Befa Gamma
Sigma 0 Infercollegiafe Conference on Government
President Halian Club; Newman Club: Pi Gamma Mu.
EDWARD GREGORY NORIAN o Englewood. N. J. 0
Kappa Sigma, Grand Scribe o lSO-Pound Foofball 3:
Mask and Wig Show I; Varsify Club 3. 4; Young
Republican Club 2.
ANTHONY WILLIAM NOVASITIS o Nicholson. Pa.
0 Thefa XI 0 Sociefy for We Advancemenf of Manage-
ment Corrz3sponding Secrefary; NeWman Club.
EDWARD L. NOYES 0 Pearl River. N. Y. o ChrisHan
Associafion 3. 4: lnfercollegiafe Conference on Gov-
ernmemL 4; PropeHer Club 4.
EDMUND J. O'BRIEN. JR. 0 Meriden. Conn. 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa. PresidemL 3 o Kife and Key: J.V. Soccer 2. 3:
Glee Club 3. 4: lnsurance Soclefy 2. 3. 4; Newman Club
I. 2. 3. 4.
EDWARD S. ODGERS. JR. 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa
Thefa PI 0 Baskefball l. J. V. 2: Soccer l.
GEORGE M. OESMANN o Wes1L Caldwell. N. J. 0 Sigma
Phi Epsilon o Chrisfian Associa+ion 2; Insurance Socie+y
I. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4.
JAMES J. O'KANE o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Crew l.
RICHARD W. OLLlVIERRE 0 Reading. Pa. 0 Kappa
Sigma. Vice Presidenf o Foofball 1: Golf. Manager 4;
Afhlefic Managerial Board. Vice-Presidenf; Franklin
Sociefy: Markefing Sociefy; Mask and Wig Show I;
Associafe Business Manager. Record: Varsify Club.
ANDREW ONDISH o Swoyervllle. Pa.
HUGH G. O'NEILL o Branf Beach. N. J. 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa o Foofball l. 2. 3. 4; Newman CMJb 3. 4.
P. ERIC OPPENHEIMER o WesHie'Id. N. J. o Lambda Chi
Alpha 0 Track 3: Soccer 3; WresHing 3. 4; Sociefy 47m
Hwe Advancemenf o? ManagememL 3. 4: Alpha Phi
Omega 3. 4; German Club 4; Grapplefs Cmb 3. 4;
Varsify Club 3. 4.
CLINTON A. PACKARD o Maplewood, N. J. o DeHa
Kappa Epsilon. Presidenf 4 o Squash 4: Tennis I. 2. 3. 4
Capfain: lnferfrafernify Council 3. 4; Markefing Sociefy
4: Pennpix l. 2. 3: Varsify Club 2. 3.
ROBERT E. PAGE 0 Sfoneham. Mass. 0 Sigma Phi Epsilon
o Foofball 2. 3. 4: Crew l; DaHy Pennsylvanian 2:
Dormlfory CouncH l.
WILLIAM C. PALUMBO 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Insurance
Sociefy; Newman Cth.
HARRY P. PAPPAS o BaHimore. Md. 0 Delfa Kappa
Epsilon 0 Soccer l. J.V. 4: Lacrosse I. 2. 3: VdrSifY
WILLIAM A. PATERSON o Chesfer. Pa.
JOSEPH PATRUNO o Monfdalr. N. J. 0 Kappa Sigma
0 FoofbaH l; MarkeHng Sociefy 4; Phofographic
Socle+y 3. 4.
GEORGE PATTERSON. JR. 0 Bergenfield. N. J. 0 Phi
THOMAS J. PATTERSON o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa
Alpha 0 Newman Club I.
THOMAS PAUL. JR. 0 Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 Pi Kappa
LOUIS PEARLMAN. JR. 0 LabyeHe. Ind.
ALLAN H. PEARLSTEIN o Greaf Neck. N. Y. o Tau
Epsilon Phi o Hillel Foundafion 2. 3. 4.
ROBERT H. PELHAM. JR. 0 Scofia. N. Y. 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa 0 Band I. 2. 3. 4; Chrisfian Associafion I:
Fanfare Socie+y 3. 4: Insurance Sociefy 2. 3. Presidenf
4: All Universify Council 4; Wharfon Advisory Council
Secre'rary Treasury 4.
JAMES C. PEQUIGNOT o HoHidaysburg. Pa. 0 Daily
Pennsylvanian l. Junior Ed'Hor 21Newman Club I. 2. 3.
4: Pennpix. Managing Edifor 4: Penn Players 1.
WILLIAM D. PEQUIGNOT - Hollidaysburg. Pa, 0 Golf
2. 3. 4; Finance Sociefy 2. 3; Newman Club; Varsify
CHARLES PERLEMAN 0 Cleveland Helng. O. 0 Kappa
Nu 0 Band I. 2. 3. 4: Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4: Befa Gamma
Sigma 3. 4; Fanfare Sociefy 3. 4 Secrefary.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON PETERSOHN o Norris-
GEORGE S. PETERSON 0 5+. Albans. N. Y. o Acacia o
Governmenf Club. Execufive CommiHee.
WILLIAM RICHARD PETERSON o Drexel Hill. Pa.
DANTE N. PICCONE 0 Upper Darby. Pa. 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa 0 AbeH of Friars: Crew l. 2. 3. 4: Sociefy for
Hwe xAxdvancememL of Managemenf 2. 3. 4 Vice-Presi-
dent Cadef Council 3: Newman Qub l. 2. 3. 4: Under-
graduafe Council 4; Varsify BothL Club I. 2. 3. 4
Commodore; Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
BARTON B. PILCHER 0 Silver Spring. Md. 0 Alpha Chi
Rho. Presidenf 4 o Glee Club 3. 4 Vice-Presidenf; Infer-
1Craferni+y Council 3. 4; Mask and Wig Show I: Penn-
STANLEY l. PILSHAW o Midd4eboro. Mass. 0 Phi Sigma
DeHa. Secrefary 2 0 Band I. 2; Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3.
- V. 2-3v A;
LOUIS H. PITLUK 0 San Anfonio. Tex. 0 Phi Sigma DeHa.
KENNETH D. PLATTMAN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Propeller
GERALD PLOTKIN 0 New York. N. Y. 0 PH Sigma DeHa
0 Soccer l; Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3 Cabinet
JERROLD LOUIS POLINSKY o Dulufh. Minn. 0 Phi Epsi-
lon Pi o HiHel Foundafion; Markefing Sociefy.
RICHARD H. POLLAK 0 New York. N. Y.
MORTON POLOWAY o Balfimore. Md. 0 Hillel Founda-
CARL ARTHUR POLSKY 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau
DeHa Phi o Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4.
ARNOLD J. POMERANTZ o Soufh Orange. N. J. 0 Phi
Epsilon PI 0 Sociefy for We AdvancememL of Manage-
menf 4: Daily Pennsylvanian l; Hillel Foundafion I. 2.
3. 4: Junior Annals. Circulafion Manager 3: Pennpix
I. 2. 3, 4: Markefing Sociefy.
ROBERT POPP o Lansford. Pa. 0 Track 3: Chrisflan
Associafion 2. 3: Daily Pennsylvanian l; Markefing
Socfefy 2. 3. 4; Oufing Cfub l.
BARTON L. POSTERNOK 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Pershing
RiHes: Pre-Law Sociefy.
WILLIAM H. PORTER 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
HARVEY POTTS 0 5+. Pefersburg. Pa. 0 Arnold Air
ROBERT L. POTTS o Cusfer Cify. Pa. 0 Sociefy for Hwe
Advancemenf of Managemenf 4; Chrisfian Associa-
CESAR R. POUGY 0 Rio do Janeira. Brazil 0 Sigma Nu 0
Soccer 1.2:BraziHan Club 2. 3: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4.
GEORGE E. PRATCHETT o Meyico Cify. Mexico 0 Phi
Kappa Sigma 0 60H 3. 4 Cap+aint Chrisfian Associaflon
l; Propejier C'ub 3. 4; VarsTfy Club 4.
LEONARD JAY PRINCE o PhiladeEpHa. Pa. 0 Kappa Nu
o HJHeI FoundaHon.
WALTER J. QUINN. JR. 0 Drexe'. H141. Pa. 0 MarkeHng
Socief. 2. 3. 4' Newman Oub 1. 2. 3. 4; Pershmg RlHes
l. 2. 3. 4' WHIam Penn Club 4.
MARS STANLEY RADCLIFFE o Philadeiphia. Pa. 0 DeHa
WILLIAM DONALD RADER 0 New RocheHe. N. Y. 0
Delhi Tau Delfa 0 Swimming l.2, 3. 4: Cheran Science
Organizafion: DaHy PennsyKvanian. Promofion Manager;
FranMEn Soclefy 3. 4 Secrefary: MarkeHng Soclefy;
Arnold Air Soclefy: Scabbard and Bhade.
HERMAN RAVITCH o PhHadelphia, Pa, 0 Soufhem
DIXON MILLS RAYMOND o Easf Concord. N, Y, . Pi
Kappa Aipha 0 Insurance Sociefy 3. 4: lnferfrafernify
Coundl l. 2. 3: Junior C4555 Council 3'. ViceVPreSidenf
Junior Class 3; Vigilanfe CommIHee Chairman.
JOSEPH VINCENT REAPH. JR. 0 Philadeiphia. Pa. 0
Sigma Chi. Presidenf 4 o Befa Gamma Sigma 3. 4;
Debafe Council I. 2. 3. 4: Inferntrafernify Council 4;
Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Pre-Law Sociefy 3. 4,
ROBERT A. REBSTOCK o Lansdowne. Pa. 0 The+a X; .
Sociefy for H'xe Advancemenf of Managemenf 3. 4 Sec-
refarysTreasurer; American Soclefy of Mechanical Engi.
neers 2. 3.
DONALD L. RECH o Maplewood. N. J. o Aipha Sigma
Phi 0 Track I; inferfrafemlfy Council 2. 3. 4 Secrefary;
BLOOR REDDING o lndianapohs. Ind 0 Sigma Nu 0
Campus Chesf CommiHee. Treasurer 4: Franklin Sociefy
3. 4: Inferfrafernify Ball CommiHee. Chairman 4: Mask
and Wig Show I. 2; Pennpix I. 2. 3. 4 Business
JAMES H. REDIC o Mercer. Pa. 0 Phi Sigma Kappa 0
Insurance Sociefy 4; Quarferdeck Sociefy 3. 4.
WALLACE B. REED o Waferloo. !owa.
FRANK L. RIEDER 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
NELSON A. REIGER o Dayfon. Ohio 0 Alpha Tau Omega
0 Rifle Team 3. 4 Capfain. Sociefy for +he Advancemenf
of Managemenf 4: Canferbury Club I. 2: lnsurance
Soclefy 2. 3: Scabbard and B1ade 3. 4: Quarferdeck
Sociefy 3. 4; Varsify Club 3. 4: Yachfing Club 2. 3;
ALBERT PAUL RILOFF 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Hillel Foun-
RICHARD M. RITTENBAND 0 Newark. N. J. 0 Band 4
Publicify Manager; Cadef Council 4: Penn Mike Club
2. 3. 4: Penn Players 4: Arnold Air Sociefy 4; Spirif
CommiHee 3. 4; William Penn Club 3. 4; WXPN 3.
News Diredor 4.
STANLEY HOLMES RITTER o SpringFIeld. Mass. 0 Sigma
Nu o Fencing l. 2; Cadef Council 4: Fencing Sociefy;
Finance Sociefy: Gladius Club; Varsify Club 3. 4.
THOMAS HENRY ROACH o Collingdale. Pa.
BENJAMIN F. ROBELEN. JR. 0 Eas+ Springfield. N. Y. 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0 Soccer l. 2 Alfernafe Manager.
JOHN R. ROEGER o Woodlynne. N. J. o Transporfafion
SANFORD ROGGENBURG o Rockville Cenfre. N. Y. 0
Alpha Epsilon PI 0 Crew I: Soclefy 4or Hue Advance-
menf of Management Hillel Foundaflon I. '2. 3. 4:
Markefing Sociefy 4.
I-F Council meeting:"Let's fine every-
BASIL ROMAN 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Insurance Sociefy 3,
4: Propeller Club 2: Spanish Club I, 2.
ELTON A. ROOT, JR. 0 Chagrin Fails, Ohio 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa o Fencing l; Mask and Wig Show I: PropeHer
JOHN W. RORER o Drexel Hill, Pa. 0 Phi DeHa The+a 0
Swimming 2. 3, 4 Associafe Manager: MarkeHng
EDWARD G. ROSEN 0 Brooklyn, N. Y. 0 Hillel Founda-
SEYMOUR S. ROSS 0 Long Beach, N. Y. o Tau Epsilon
Phi Presiden+ o Befa Alpha Psi.
DAVID S. ROTHMAN o Philade'phia, Pa. 0 Hillel Foun-
daHon; MarkeHng Sociefy.
RICHARD FREDERICK RUBY o Winnefka, Ill. 0 Sigma
Alpha Mu o Sphinx Senior Sociefy: Be+a Alpha Psi 3, 4:
Bridge Club 3. 4; Choral Sociefy l, 2, 3: Daily Pennsyl-
vanian 4 Business Advisor: Franklin Socie+y 3, 4: Giee
Club I. 2, 3. 4: Hillel Founda+ion, President Markefing
Sociefy 2, 3, 4; Mask and Wig Show I; Pennpix, Business
Manager: Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Sociefy 3.
4; Undergraduafe Council 4; WXPN 2, 3, 4.
FRANK H. RULLAN o San+urce, Puerfo Rico 0 Chrisfian
Associafion: Nu Sigma Befa; Propeller Club; Spanish
LOUIS M. RUSITZKY 0 New Bedford, Mass. 0 Befa Sigma
Rho o Socie+y for +he Advancemenf out Managemenf 4:
Hillel Foundafion 2, 3, 4: Oufing Club 4.
CHARLES RICHARD RYAN o Wilmingfon, Del 0 Phi
Gamma Delfa, Presidenf o lnferfrafernify Council.
JOHN PAUL RYAN o Scranfon, Pa. 0 Newman Club I, 2,
3, 4; Propeller Club 3, 4; Transporfafion Sociefy 4 Vice-
BYRON DAVID SACHAR 0 8+. Louis, Mo. 0 Zefa Be+a
Tau, Secrefary, Presidenf 0 Baseball I: GOH 4: Daily
Pennsylvanian l, 2; Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 3. 4; Co-
Edifor, Freshman Handbook.
WALTER SAFFER 0 New York, N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda Phi o
Debafe Council 2, 3, 4: Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES S. SAFFRAN 0 Kansas Cify, Mo. 0 Hillel Founda-
+ion; Finance Sociefy.
THOMAS S. SAKATA 0 Honolulu, Hawaii 0 ISO-Pound
Foofball 4; Markefing Sociefy 4.
WHARTON SCHOOL w
EDWARD G. SALANTRIE o Newburgh. N. Y. 0 Alpha
Tau Omega 0 ISOePound FoofbaH 3: J.V. Wresfling 4:
Insurance Sociefy: Newman Club: Arnold Air Sociefy.
STANLEY A. SANDBERG 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa
Npha Psi. Co-Chairman. Program CommiHee; Befa
Gamma Sigma; William Penn Club.
CARL GEORGE SANDER o Norrisfown. Pa. 0 Phi Gamma
DeHa 0 Baseball l. 2. 3. 4; Arnold Air Sociefy.
ROBERT S. SANDLER 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Phi 0 Penn Players l. 2. 3. 4 Board of Governors: Cheer-
leader 3. 4; Spirif CommiHee 3. 4 Secrefary; Sfudenf
Dorm Advisor; Arnold Air Sociefy.
GENE SATTLER I New York. N. Y. 0 Phi Gamma Delfa o
Friars; Baskefball I. 2. 3. 4: Baseball l. 2. 3. 4 Capfain;
Varsify Club 2.3.4.
FREDERICK W. SAUERS o Hinsdale. 1H. 0 Penn Players.
Chairman of Board of Governors.
DONALD C. SCAL o Greaf Neck. N. Y. 0 Phi Epsilon PI
0 Hillel Foundafion 3: Markefing Sociefy 4.
DONALD P. SCANLON o Larchmonf. N. Y. 0 Sigma Chi
o Sphinx Senior Sociefy. Chief: Phi Kappa Befa. Vice-
Presidenf: BaskefbaH l. 2. 3. 4 Capfain; Crew l: Swime
ming l; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Quarferdeck Sociefy;
Undergraduafe Council 4 Vice-Chairman: Varsify Club
2. 3. 4: Young Republican Club 2. 3. 4: Pennsylvania
ALFRED B. SCHAEFFER 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Phi Epsilon
PI 0 Foofball I: Baseball 1; Markefing Sociefy 4.
HOWARD READ SCHAEFFER o WesHown. Pa. 0 Trans-
JOSEPH M. SCHAFFER 0 New York. N. Y. 0 Tau DeHa
Phi 0 Track I; Choral Sociefy l; Hillel Foundafion l. 2.
ROGER O. SCHEMBS o Millburn. N. J. 0 Pi Kappa Alpha
0 Choral Sociefy l: Glee Club I: Phofographic Sociefy
I. 2. 3. 4 President Vigilanfe CommiHee 2.
ROBERT F. SCHILLlNG o Chesfer. Pa.
PHILIP L. SCHLOSSER o Soufh Orange. N. J. 0 Phi Sigma
Delfa o Lacrosse l. 2. 3; Befa Alpha Psi.
DAVID F. W. SCHMIDT o Phiiadelphia. Pa. 0 Alpha Chi
Rho. Secre+ary 4 o Friars 4; Soccer Manager: AfHeHc
Managerial Board 3. 4: Bridge Club 3. 4; lnsurance
Sociefy 3. 4; Scabbard and Blade 3. 4; Varsify Club 4.
EDWARD H. SCHMITT o Whife Plains, N. Y.
HARVEY LEON SCHNEIDER o Yonkers, N. Y. 0 Phi
Epsilon PI 0 Dormifory CouncH: Hillel Foundafion l, 2.
3. 4: WXPN 2, 3.
ALAN M. SCHULTZ 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Alpha Epsilon PI
0 Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 4; Markefing Sociefy 4:
oRICHARD L. SCHULTZ o FaiHield, Conn. 0 Phi Thefa
Kappa o Propeller Ciub; Transporfafion Sociefy 3. 4
MURRY M. SCHWARTZ o Ephrafa, Pa. 0 Tau Delfa Phi 0
Inferfrafernify Council; Pre-Law Socie+y 3 Treasurer.
SIDNEY A. SCHWARTZ 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Alpha
WILLIAM A. SEAMAN o Cynwyd. Pa. 0 Sigma Alpha
Epsilon 0 Daily Pennsylvanian; Markeflng Sociefy:
HOWARD H. SEGAL 0 Philadelphia, Pa.
ROBERT H. SEIBERT o Mounf Union. Pa. 0 Lambda Chi
W. ROBERT SEITZ o Rochesfer. N. Y. 0 Sigma Nu o Mask
and Wig Show I.
ALLEN S. SELINGER 0 Jamaica, N. Y. o Fencing 3. 4:
Fencing Sociefy 4: Hillel Foundafion 2: Pre-Law So-
cie+y 3: William Penn Club 2.
PETER SELLEW o Gloucesfer. Mass. 0 Ze+a Psi. Secrefary
o Newman Club 3, 4: Yachfing Club 4; Finance Sociefy
2, 3. 4 Secrefary-Treasurer.
JEROLD W. SERMAN o Fores1L Hills. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Chi: MarkeHng Sociefy.
BREWSTER C. SHAW o Wesffield, Mass. 0 Sigma Alpha
Epsilon 0 Swimming 2; Insurance Sociefy 3, 4: Scabbard
and Blade 2,3,4.
JOHN HARRY SHAW o Yeadon, Pa. 0 Alpha Sigma
Phi 0 Finance Sociefy.
WILLIAM T. SHEA o MerEden. Com. 0 lnzurance Sociew
3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4.
JOHN F. SHEEHAN. JR. 0 PMadelphia. Pa. 0 Insurance
Soclefy: Newman Club.
FRANK S. SHEEHY. JR. 0 Glen Ridge. N. J. 9 Kappa
Sigma 0 Trad l: ISO-Pound FoofbaH 2. 3: Newman
Club I. 2. 3. 4; Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
ROBERT S. SHERLEY o Schemedady. N. Y. o Acacia.
Treasurer o BeJra Npha Psi 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma 3'
4 Treasurer: Wharfon Advisory Council 4.
IVAN S. SHERMAN o Waynesboro. Pa. 0 Alpha EpsHon
PI 0 Hillel Foundafion 3. 4; Arnold Air Soclefy 2. 3. 4;
WXPN l: Mask and Wig Show 3. 4.
MARVIN M. SHILLER o Foresf Hills. N. Y. 0 Sigma Alpha
Mu o Pennpix.
WORTHINGTON C. SHOMO 0 Philadelphia, Pa. 0
Kappa Sigma 0 Swimming l: Sociefy for +he Advance-
men'r of Management Chrlsfian Associafion.
EDWARD F. SHURTLEFF o Harrisburg. Pa. 0 Kappa
Sigma 0 Socie+y for Hue Advancemenf of Management
Square Club: Young Republican Club.
ROBERT M. SILVERBERG o Greaf Neck. N. Y. 0 Bridge
Club 4; DaHy Pennsylvanian l. 2: Hillel Foundafion l.
2, 3. 4; Pre-Law Sociefy 3; Arnold AIr Sociefy 3. 4;
Vigilanfe Commiffee 2; Young Republican Club 4.
HARVEY SILVERSTEIN o Wesf Orange. N. J. 0 Kappa
Nu 0 Baseball I: Hillel Foundafion: Markeflng Sociefy;
Spanish Club: Sfudenfs for Democrafic Acfion; Trans-
porfafion Sociefy: Cinema Club.
JAMES F. SIMON o Greenwich. Conn 0 Pi Lambda Phi 0
Band 3. 4: Befa Alpha Psi 3. 4: Hillel Foundafion l. 2.
3. 4; Mask and Wig Show I; Penn Mike Club 2. 3. 4;
WXPN l. 2. 3. 4-.
L. KENNETH SIMSARIAN o Palisade. N. J. 0 Phi Kappa
Sigma 0 Friars Senior Socie+yz Daily Pennsylvanian 3.
Senior Edifor 4: Dormifory Council. Secretary 3. Presi-
ClemL 4; Freshman Handbook 2. 3. 4: Junior Annals
Pariefal Commiffee 4: Pennpix 3; Record. Liferary EdL
for 4; Splrif CommiHee 4; Undergraduafe Council.
BRIAN SINDEL o RockVIHe Cen+er, N. Y. .0 Phi Sigma
Delfa o Hillel Foundafion l, 2, 3. 4; Penn Players l. 2:
Arnold Air Sociefy 3. 4.
BARRY E. SISKIND 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. o Befa Sigma Rho.
EDWARD 6. SMITH o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Sigma
0 ISO-Pound Crew 2: Tennis l: Mask and Wig Show I:
Newman Club 4; Oufing Qub 2.
JOEL P. SMITH o PhHadelphia. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho 0
Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: lnferfrafernify Council 2;
Markefing Soclefy 2: VIgIVarWe CommiHee 2.
ROBERT GORDON SMITH o EvereH. Wash. 0 Alpha Tau
Omega 0 Markeh'ng Soclefy l. 2; Pennsylvania Chrisfian
Fellowship leacthg Club 2.
SAMUEL E. SMITH o Coopersburg, Pa. 0 Alpha Sigma
Phi o Wresfling l: Socle+y for We Advancemenf of
3. 4 Se
2. 3. 4
- ' Kappa
a Sigma 3.
efy 2. 3. 4;
hia. Pa. 0
. 0 Kappa
Y, 0 Bridge
mlefy 3. 4:
1 . Kappa
mbda Phi .
dafion 4. 2.
:lub 2. 3. 4:
. PH Kappa
ary 3' PreSI-
. PH $qm?
Players I' 2'
Mg Show 1:
WILLIAM RICHARD SMYSER o Elkins Park. Pa. 0 ln+er-
collegiafe Conference on Governmen+; InfernaHonal
Affairs Council. Treasurer 3. Presidenf 4; Philomafhean
Sociefy; Propeller Club.
DAVID H. SNYDER o Norl'h Wales. Pa. 0 ISO-Pound Foof-
ball: Lacrosse l. 2. 3; Varsify Ciub.
EDWARD D. SOLOMON o Fairlawn. N. J. 0 Befa Sigma
Rho 0 Baseball I; Hillel Foundafion; Pre-Law Sociefy.
LEVON SOORIKIAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Soccer 2;
Propeller Club; Varsify Club 2.
HARRY J. SPELLMAN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Kappa Sigma
0 Be+a Alpha Psi 3. 4; DaHy Pennsylvanian 2. 3. 4; New-
man Club I. 4.
SHEPARD A. SPUNT o Brookline. Mass. 0 Phi Epsilon PI 0
Daily Pennsylvanian. Office Manager 3. Senior Edifor 4;
Markefing Soclefy 3. 4; Nafional Sfudenfs Associafion
2; Pennpix 2. 3; Record l. 2. 3. 4; WXPN 3; Yachfing
Club 2. 3. 4; Young Republican Club I. 2. Vice-Presidenf
3. Presidenf 4.
JOSEPH HAROLD STANLEY. JR. 0 Queens. N. Y. o
Newman Club I:William Penn Club I.
CHARLES M. STEIN 0 Lock Haven. Pa. 0 Daily PennsyL
vanian; Record Phofography Staff; Scabbard and Blade:
JACK M. STEINGART 0 Scran+on. Pa. 0 Kappa Nu o
Preiaw Sociefy 2. 3; WXPN l. 2; Vigilanfe Commif-
JOHN EDWARD STEMMLER o BaHimore. Md. 0 Phi
MATTHEW J. STEPHENS. JR. 0 Drexel Hill. Pa. 0 Kappa
Sigma. Treasurer o Lacrosse l; Daily Pennsylvanian 2.
3. 4 Senior Board; Newman Club 3.
DANIEL S. STERN o Monessen. Pa. 0 Zefa Be+a Tau I
Track I; Debafe Council I. 2. 3. 4; Delfa Sigma Rho I.
2. 3. 4 President HiHel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4; Arnold Air
Sociefy 2. 3. 4; WXPN l. 2.
HOWARD ARTHUR STERN 0 Brooklyn. N. Y. 0 Crew 1:
Befa Alpha P51 3. 4; Befa Gamma Sigma: DormHory
Council 4; HIHe! Foundafion l. 2; Mask and Wig Show.
Manager I:W1lliam Penn Club 2.
ROBERT ALVIN STERNBERG 0 Jamaica Esfafes. N. Y. 0
Alpha Phi Omega; Markefing Sociefy; lnfernafional
NORMAN L. STONE o Ufica. N. Y. 0 Phi Sigma DeHa 0
Bridge C4ub l. 2. 3. 4; Philomafhean Sociefy l; Pre-Law
WILLIAM S. STOUT 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Transporfafion
HAROLD A. SUKONIK o Phiiade4phia. Pa. 0 HiHeI
ARNOLD HENRY SUNDEL o Fcresf H4143. N. Y. 0 Pi
Lambda Phi o Befa Npha Psi: Bridge Oub 4: Hmel
FoundaHon l. 2. 3. 4; Penn Players 4; Arnoid Air
HERBERT SUSSMAN 0 Bronx, N. Y. o Befa Sigma Rho .
Hillel Foundafion. Execufive Commiffee; InsuranCe So-
DONALD D. SWAN 0 New York. N. Y.
JOHN A. SZIMKUNAS 0 Riverside. N. J. o FoofbaH l;
Finance Sociefy 4.
STEPHEN R. SZUBA o Philaddphia. Pa.
MYLES H.TANENBAUM o PhiladeXphia. Pa. 0 Tau Epsilon
Phi o Befa Alpha Psi. Presidenf 4; Hillel Foundafion
l. 2. 3. 4: Wharfon Advisory Council 4.
JOSEPH F. TARICANI 0 New Brlfain. Conn. 0 Thefa XI 0
Markeflng Socie+y 3. 4'. Newman Club 2. 3. 4.
FRANK G. TATNALL. JR. 0 WhHemarsh. Pa. 0 Daily
Pennsylvanian 3. 4 Cify Edi'ror; Franklin Sociefy; ln+er-
naHonal AHairs Council: Junior Annals 3; Markefing
Sociefy. PublicHy Direcfor: Young Republican Club.
WILLIAM LAWRENCE TEULINGS 0 Essex Fells. N. J. o
NORMAN S. THIER o Jessup. Pa. 0 Befa Sigma Rho 0
Track I. 2; Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3. 4: lnferfrafernify
Council 3: Markefing Sociefy 3. 4: Sociefy for Hue Ad-
vancemenf of Management
ARTHUR F. THOMPSON 0 Garden CHy. N. Y. 0 Phi
Delfa Thefa o Friars: Ki+e and Key 4 Secrefary: Track
I. 2. 3. 4: Cross Counfry l. 2. 3. 4: Sociefy for Hwe
Advancemen+ of ManagememL 3: Newman Club I, 2.
3. 4: Scabbard and Blade 3. 4: Spike Shoe Club I. 2.
3. 4: Varsify Club 2. 3. 4.
JOHN R. THOMPSON 0 Kenmore. N. Y. 0 Kappa Sigma.
Presiden+ o Markefing Sociefy 4; Kife and Key: Mask
EDWARD LEE TIMBERLAKE 0 Richmond. Va. 0 Phi Sigma
Kappa o Chrisfian Associafion 4: DormHory Council 2;
Insurance Sociefy 4; Markefing Sociefy 4.
JAMES T. TOBIN 0 Cleveland Heighfs. Ohio 0 Phi Delfa
Thefa o Sphinx Senior Sociefy: Phi Kappa Befa. Treas4
urer; Kife and Key; Crew Manger: Afhlefic Manageria!
Board 4; Cheerleader 2: Presidenf Freshman Class I:
Joinf Class Council I; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4 Treas-
urer; SpirhL CommiHee I Chairman; Undergraduafe
Council I: Varsify Boa+ Club 3. 4; Varsi+y Club 4.
EDWARD J. TOWERS 0 Orange. N. J. 0 Baseball I:New-
man Club: Pre-Law Sociefy; Transporfafion Socie+y.
EUGENE HERBERT TRAPP o W'nippany. N. J.
WILLIAM B. USILTON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Sigma Chi 0
insurance Sociefy 4.
EDMUND J. VALENTE 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
I. LINDSAY VAN VOORHIS. JR. 0 Morganfown. W. Va.
0 Delfa Tau DeHa o Friars Senior Sociefy: Choral So-
ciefy: Mask and Wig Club. Board of Governors: Arn-
old Air Sociefy; Record. Adverfising Manager; Scab-
bard and Blade.
afa XI 0
', 0 PM
1b l. 2.
b l. 2.
The "spirit" of fhe Spirit Committee.
EDWARD JAMES VAUGHN, JR. 0 Prospecf Park. Pa.
JAMES A. WADDELL 0 E55? Orange. N. J. o Transpor-
JraJrIon Sociefy 3. 4.
CHARLES R. WADE o Philadethia. Pa.
PATRICK F. WALSH o Manoa. Pa.
WILLIAM J. WALSH o Poughkeepsie. N. Y. 0 Alpha
Chi Rho 0 Soclefy for We Advancemenf of Manage-
meni 4: Bei'a Gamma Sigma 3. 4 President Choral
Sociefy l. 2: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3.
4: ScaFes Socie+y 4: Wkarfon Advisory Council 4:
Vigilanfe CommIHee 2.
STALEY S. WARREN o Sarafoga Springs. N. Y. O Beia
Alpha Psi; William Penn Club.
HENRY JOHN WATSON o Sfafen Island. N. Y. 0 Soccer
2; Sociefy for +he Advancemenf of Managemenf 3. 4.
DAVID CLARK WEBSTER 0 Drexel HiH. Pa. 0 Sigma Nu 0
Befa Gamma Sigma.
FORREST GREELY WEEKS. IV 0 Albany. N. Y. o Psi
Upsilon 0 Lacrosse 4.
JOHN A. WEGENER o Gloucesfer Cify. N. J. o Sociefy
for Me Advancemenf mt Managemenf 4: American
Soclefy of Mechanical Engineering I. 2. 3; Franklin
Sociefy 3. 4; Triangle Circulafion Manager 2. Asslsfanf
Business Manager 3.
PETER W. WEIL 0 Deal. N. J. o Zefa Befa Tau o Sociefy
for +he Advancemenf of Meinagemenf; German Club:
Hillel Foundafion: Markefmg Sociefy.
STANLEY L. WEINBAUM o Newfon Cenfre. Mass. 0 Befa
Sigma Rho o ISO4Pound FoofbaH 3, 4: Tennis l: Varsify
Club 3. 4.
ROBERT E. WEINBERG 0 Newark. N. J. o Hillel Founda-
+ion 3. 4: Markefing Soclefy 4.
HOWARD WEINSTEIN o Bala-Cynwyd. Pa. 0 Sigma
Alpha Mu o Lacrosse l: Bridge Club 4; Hilld Founda-
Hon l. 2. 3. 4: Junior Annals. Phofography Edifor 3:
Pennpix. Phofographic Edifor; Scabbard and Blade;
NORMAN WEINSTEIN 0 Syracuse. N. Y. 0 Pi Lambda
Phi o Hillel Foundafion l. 2. 3, 4; Inferfrafernify Council
BARRY S. WEISSMAN o Sfamford. Conn. 0 Pi Lambda
ROBERT MOORE WELHAM o Pemfield Downs. Pa. O
Delfa Kappa Epsilon o Kife and Key: ISO-Pound Crew
1; ISO-Pound Foofball 3: Quarferdeck Sociefy: Scab
bard and BWade.
CHARLES W. WELSH. II 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Delfa Psi 0
Friars Senior Sociefy: Mask and Wig Club 3, 4 Board
04 Governors: Mask and Wig Show, 2, 3. 4.
STUART S. WELTZ 0 Brooklyn, N. Y. 0 Kappa Nu 0 Crew
I:Tennis l: MarkeHng Socie+y.
HOWARD WILLIAM WESTERMAN 0 Upper Mon+clair.
N. J. 0 Sigma Alpha Epsilon o Choral Sociefy I:
Finance Socie+y 2, 4: Arnold Air Sociefy 3, 4.
DAVID J. WESTON 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Newman Club.
VERNON LE ROY WHARRY o BaHimore. Md.
ROBERT J. WHITE 0 Phoenix. Ariz. 0 Phi Sigma Kappa.
Vice Presidenf 4 0 Alpha Phi Omega l, 2. 3; Transpor-
+a+ion Sociefy 2. 3 Execufive Board 4.
RONALD L. WHITE 0 York, Pa. 0 Acacia. Presidenf 0
FRANK E. WILCHER o Paducah, Ky. 0 Phi Gamma DeHa
o Sphinx Senior Sociefy; Housfon Hall Board. Chairman:
Phi Kappa Befa. Secrefary: Tennis 1; Daiiy Pennsyl-
vanian l. 2; Undergraduafe Council 4 Secrefary.
BRUCE N. WILLIS o Norfh Plainfield. N. J. 0 Alpha
Sigma Phi, Treasurer 4 o Dormifory Council 2: Trans4
porfaHon l. 2. 3. 4.
JOSEPH NORMENT WILLIS, III 0 Shaker Heighfs. Ohio
0 Delfa Kappa Epsilon o Chrisfian Associafior'n Mar-
kefing Sociefy: Oufing Club; Scabbard and Blade.
FREDERICK J. WILLOUGHBY o Wilmingfon, Del. 0 Delfa
Tau Delfa 0 Crew I. 2, 3; ChrisHan Associafion l:
Pennpix 2: Varsify Boaf Club I. 2. 31Varsi+y Ciub 2. 3.
DAN R. WINDHEIM 0 New Rochelle. N. Y. o Choral So-
ciefy 2, 3; Glee Club I, 2, 3: Scales Sociefy 3; William
Penn Club I. Secrefary 2, 3. Presidenf 4.
ARNOLD H. WINICOV 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Tau DeHa
s A: 4 ,. '
"Hal" says a few words to start off the h P; C;
1 JV 4
ROBERT A. WITTICH 0 Garden Cify. N. Y. 0 Sigma Phi
Epsilon 0 Arnold Air Sociefy.
DONALD B. WOLCHEK 0 Philadelphia. Pa.
DONALD L. WOLK 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 Pi Lambda Ph? 0
Crew 2: Sociefy 1cor Hwe Advancemenf o1c Managemenf
4; Hillel Foundafion l. 2, 3, 4; Penn Chan+ey 2. 3 Busi-
ness Manager. 4 Edifor; Quarferdeck Sociefy; Yachfing
Club 2. 3.
LESTER E. WOLVERTON o Trenfon. N. J. 0 Sociefy for
+he Advancemenf of Management Choral Sociefy l, 2;
Glee Club I. 2. 3. 4.
JOHN KEVIN O'BRIEN 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0 ISO-Pound
Foofball 4: Daiw PemnsyWanIan l: lnsurance Socie+y l.
2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4 Presidenf: Permpix 2:
Undergraduafe Council 4; WiHiam Penn Club I. 2.
MARVIN B. WOOLF o Greeley. Col. 0 Zefa Befa Tau 0
ISO-Pound Foofball 2: Wres+l1ng I. 2. 3. 4: Grappler's
Club 3. 4 President Varsify Club 3. 4.
RUSSELL M. WRIGHT o Norrisfown. Pa. 0 J.V. FoofbaH 2.
ROBERT GREGORY YAROSCHUK 0 Philadelphia. Pa. 0
Swimming l. 2. 3.
HAROLD P. YOUNGMAN o Wesf Orange. N. J. 0 Pi
5. PAUL ZELZNICK 0 Chicago. HI. 0 HIHel Foundafion.
MURRAY J. ZUCKER o Philadebhia. Pa. 0 Befa Alpha
In the course of the last hundred years, the
complexion of the extra-curricular life at Penn
has changed considerably. Some of the 01d activ-
ities have survived the last century, however, and
have come to be regarded as traditional.
The Mask and Wig and Houston Clubs are still
highly esteemed organizations today and member-
ship to Friars, Sphinx and later Hexagon, Senior
Societies has increasingly become a coveted posi-
tion on campus. The religious organizations, too,
have been of great service to the students, While the
Board of Dormitory Representatives has continued
to improve dorm life and at the same time has
accompanied the physical growth of the dormitory
area by its own growth in number and maturity.
These groups have become more and more an
integral part of our education at Pennsylvania and
they will continue to lend to the student an oppor-
tunity to gain a more practical and often more
pleasant experience than many classrooms would
This bindoor sporW was quite the rage
fifty years ago, when some of our more
modern pastimes were considered "im-
properh, by our Victorian predecessors.
Today Pennsylvania can be proud of
still having a championship chess team.
No matter how much furniture styles
and interior decorating techniques may
change, one thing will always remain
the same as far as dorm rooms are con-
cerned. They will forever be brimming
over with hjunkh that the student has
accumulated over the years. On the
other hand, there have been some rad-
ical changs, too. Your grandfather can
tell you of the days When rents were
ridiculously cheap, by modern stand-
Probably one of the more "exclusive" clubs on cam-
pus, back in 1905, was this Auto Club. It was
restricted to men of fortune, Who could afford a
"machinef and to men of courage, who would dare
to drive them. Our seniors had many advantages
This austere group was the Studentsi Guide Associa-
tion of 1905. Their function was to help students
With any problems they may have. Today, this group
has been replaced by several such organizations: the
over Penn students who own automobiles today. For
one thing, there was no parking problem and for
another, little worry over denting a fender since
there were none.
Christian Association, the Wharton and College Ad-
visory Councils, the Student Advisers, the Parietal
Committee as well as the OHice of Student Affairs.
A bonfire in the Big Quad for the Michigan game
rally in 1917.
Rivalry, Riot and Rampage were the by-words
of the last century at Pennsylvania. The rivalry
was keen not only in intercollegiate athletics but
in other activities as well. Within the University,
fraternities were set against fraternities, dorms
against dorms, class against class. Rioting was not
infrequent on campus and even in the streets, in
which streetcars would be overturned and fire-
crackers lighted to brighten the night sky. Ram-
page broke loose after a great victory or terrible
loss. Students invaded hotels and nightclubs, de-
scending on Philadelphia like a stampede of cattle.
Snake dances, bonfires, victory marches, row-
bottoms and fantastic pranks kept the campus
guards; Office of Student Affairs and the Phila-
delphia police on a twenty-four hour shift. If
these statements seem exaggerated, the pictures on
these pages should substantiate them.
Unparalleled, until perhaps in recent years, are
the events shown here, in which whole classes and
all classes, setting aside their traditional disputa-
tions, would join the celebrations as one close group.
Today, if such overwhelming participation can be
achieved, it is astonishing. The unity of sentiment
and action that Characterized the last hundred
years at Penn is one of the sacrihces we have had
to make for the expansion of this great University.
After the bonfire, the students had a rally in the Big
Triangle and from there proceeded down Chestnut
Street in a snake dance, then along Market Street to
the Reading Terminal, where they sent the team off
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"Come all 3'0 loyal Classmm now,
In ball and campus through,
Lift up your bearls and voices for
Tbe royal Red and Blue.
Fair Harvard has her crimson,
Ola' Yale laer colors, too.
But for dear old Pennsylvania
We wear tlae Red and Blue.
Hurrah! Hurrah! Pennsylvania,
Hurrah! for Hoe Red and Blue;
H urrab! H urraly! H zzrrala! H urrab!
Hurrah! for 2790 Red and Blue." In 1917, the cheerleaders could always be seen. Even without
Harry E Westervelt ,98 the help of a prrit Committee, they incited crowds to near-
' t frenzy. Here they are shown in a calmer moment leading the
' William J- GoeCkel: ,96 singing of "The Red and Blue."
Thousands of students and local fans flocked to Reading
Terminal where they bade goodbye to the team and
bid them good luck. In the days when Pennts football
team was at its peak, no amount of encouragement was
too much, no fanfare could be too elaborate for the
teams that brought victory with honor to Pennsylvania,
thirty-five years ago.
A half-mile parade down Broad Street celebrated
a Penn victory in 1929. Amid streamers and
trafhc, the hundreds of Quakers cheered their
imidg and Outside. . . .
Fifty-six years ago, the oldest Student Union in the nation
was established. Originally named the Houston Club, the stu-
4 dent board of Houston Hall directed an active social and rec-
' reational program for the undergraduates. In 1910, the Clubis
: chairman was Dr. Edgar Fahs Smith, who is pictured above,
holding a hat. This was only a small portion of the vast service
he has given to the University. Today, his memory is honored
with a statue on E. F. Smith Walk. The Houston Club has played
an important role in the daily life of the Penn student and to-
a singular distinction of our campus.
Until fifteen years ago, the
chapel services at Pennsylvania
were held in College Hall or
Houston Hall. The first loca-
tion was on the second floor of
College Hall and was specific-
ally designated for chapel serv-
ices. That chapel is pictured
here as it appeared in 1905.
Later, services were held in the
Houston Hall Auditorium,
until the construction of Irvine
The ROTC program of recent
years was by no means the first
student military preparational
program at Penn. During the
First World War, there was a
similar program and here we
see some of the "recruit? await-
ing their student battalion in-
Life at Pennsylvania had its quieter side,
although it was no less stimulating. Stu-
dents took an active interest in other or-
ganizations on campus as well as athletics
clubs. Here they found an opportunity to
serve, as in the Houston Club, comfort and
solace in chapel, self-discipline and the milia
tary atmosphere in the Reserves, physical
exercise and mass demonstration in gymnas-
tic exhibitions, and an outlet for creative
abilities and ideas in the Daily Pennsylvania.
If one would undertake a survey of the
old Records, one hundred years of them, he
would 13nd many famliar names under the
various activities and would recognize them
as belonging to great Americans. Statesmen,
jurists, surgeons, educators, engineers, fin-
anciers, artists; they all experienced the
pleasures and anxieties of an active campus
life. This experience was not in vain, nor
the reward ungratifying, for they have
brought fame to Pennsylvania and to them-
A visit to the Daily Pennsylvanian office today would
find the staff members in almost the same disposition
as it would have in 1914, when this picture was taken.
Perhaps one would see a few less hats, but the amount
of activity and the diversiy of character would be just
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This gymnastic exhibition took place in Franklin Field
in April, 1907, when gymnastics played a more im-
portant part in the physical training program. At that
time there was great emphasis on coordination, balance
and timing in mass calesthenics.
The Masque of American Drama was an important theatrical
event at Penn in 1917, when these young thespians gave their
program. Staged in the Botanical Gardens on May 14, it told
the history of American Drama, intermingling color, sound
and motion. Here the leading characters rehearse their scenes
behind the dormitories.
In 1910, the Mask and Wig Club presented "Desert of Ma-
homet." Then, as now, their fine reputation was ever being
enhanced by a consistently high calibre of musical production.
Over the period of sixy-three years since its incorporation, it
has enjoyed an unparalelled success among collegiate theatrical
groups of its kind and the applause has not lessened any since
the first time the cast came in front of the final curtain to sing,
"Men of Pennsylvania?
The University B a n j o
The genfleman oi yesieryear who soughf divergence from Jrhe +oil
of educafion en+ered info a fype oi avocaiion, more offen +han nof.
for +he purpose of acquiring new friends. Working iogefher in fields
of similar inferesfs wenf far foward a binding friendship. Today. +his
same mofive leads many siudenis info Jrhe heirogeneous aciivifies aJr
Pennsylvania. buf Jrhe rewards are even greaier, for +hrough +he years
ou+s+anding faciliiies have been placed af Jrhe disposal of +he aspiring.
ambifious s+uden+. enabling him +0 ufiiize his abilihes +0 +he greafesf
The mark of a successful sfudeni foday embodies no+ only his scholasfic
affainmenfs, bui prominence in exiracurricuiar aciivifies as an infegral
parf of his educafion, an imporfanf facef in Jrhe general composife of a
progressive sfudenf. The vasi variefy of acfivifies ohters every sfudenf
an ouHef for dormanf abilify. from sporfs +0 chess. wifh +he greaf span
befween being filled wifh almosf every fype of organizafion conceivable.
Today. adivifies have become a force of Jrremendous influence. per-
meafing well +he life of each undergraduafe. They survive and grow only
on Jrhe ferfile genius of +he acfive undergraduafe.
The One-Hundredth Presentation
671mm K. Russell
FAIRVIEW PARK. OHIO
DeHa Tau Delfa
Friars Senior Sociefy. Clerk
Chairman, Undergraduafe Councii
Edifor-in-Chief. Daily Pennsylvanian
Hous+on Hall S+uden+ Board of Direcfors
Chairman. College Advisory CommiHee
Damld l7. Stanley
LARCHMONT, N. Y.
Sphinx Senior Socie+y. Chiemc
Phi Kappa Befa Junior Honorary Sociefy
Undergraduafe Council. Vice-Chairman
3n PENNSYLVANINS HONOR MEN
Altmndcr i, jaffurs
Sphinx Senior Sociefy
Chairman. Dormifory Sfudenf Advisors
Phi Kappa Be+a Junior Honorary $ocie+y
Drum N. Pirawc:
UPPER DARBY, PA.
Phi Gamma DeHa
Abbot Friars Senior Sociefy
Commodore. Varsi+y Boaf Club
IST ROW: Bolt W.; Brooks. R. C.; Bryan. C.: Ches+on. 6.: Evans. J.: Fi+zpa+rick. P.;
Fuess. S.; Hanlon. T. 2ND ROW: Jaf-Furs. A.; Jones. J.; Keogh. P.: Knapp. D. B.. scribe;
Lessig, L. L.. Jr.: McCombs. J.; McGinIey. 6.; McKinney. C. 3RD ROW: Mellen. C.
5.: Miller. L, Jr.; Oser. A.: Pious. 0.: Ruby. R. F.: Scanbn. D. P.. Chief: Tobin. J.;
Warren. H. K. 4TH ROW: Wilcher. F.. Pharisee. MISSING: Chapman. W.
IST ROW: Cassidy. D: Clark. E.; Delehan+y. J.; Delehanfy. M.: Doyle. R.: Dubois J. E
2ND ROW: Gerbereux. J.; Hill. c.; Hipp, J.; Hunderfmark. A.; Hunt L.; Lee'r 0.3
LiHaurer. S.: Malloy. W. 3RD ROW: Marcuson. P. V.; McCall. J.: Mcomas, AslPic:
conel D., Abbo++; Rankin. J.; Russell C., Clerk; SaHler. 6.: Schmidt D. 4TH RbW;
Simsarian. L. K.; Thompson. A. F.: VanVoorhisI I: Wells. W.; Wells. S. F.; WelshI C,
MISSING: Clifford. H;; San+a Maria. L.
32'. . 2.;
Members of Jrhe Hexagon Senior Sociely. chosen ex-
clusively from Jrhe oulsl'anding seniors of +he Towne.
Moore. and Fine Arfs Schools. have for Jtheir purpose
bofh an academic and social end. Lecfures are spon-
sored by The Hexagon Sociefy +0 help +he prospecfive
engineers +0 defermine inlo which specialized field +hey
will enfer. In a supplementary nafure. Jrhe Sociefy also
sponsors +he annual Engineers Ball every spring. ll is
+hrough +his dual funclion +ha+ Hexagon provides a
rounded program for +he sludenfs oi +he +hree schools.
Friars Senior Sociefy members are chosen for +heir abil-
ilies of leadership as demonsfraled by +heir parficipafion
in exfra-curricular ac+ivi+ies. Par+icular emphasis is placed
on popularify. achievement and personalify. The so-
ciefy's aim is "lo add presfige lo Jrhe name of Pennsyle
PHI KAPPA BETA
IST ROW: Baugh, D.; Deuber. W.; Hovey. D.; Huber. M.; Jacoby. D.. Pres.: Johnson.
R.; JaneHa. P.; Moses. J. 2ND ROW: Sco+es. T.. Treasl: Sherbahn. R. R.: Summer-
bell, D., V. Pres.; Trout M.: Welsh. R. MISSING: Adams. 6.; Beck. E.; Bell. E.: Con-
away. C.: Evans. R.; Holf. T.; Morgan. T.
IST ROW: Beinim. 3.; Byerly. C. H.: Carpenfer. L.: Chen, Fu-Ho; Jusfer. N.: Kepharf.
H., Treas.; Lewis, R.; Love, T. J. 2ND ROW: Mark. C.: Minds. 6.. Pres.; Monagham.
P.; Nelson. K. A.; PughI A.; Rinne. R.l Sec.; SchermerhornI W.; Travifz. A. 3RD ROW:
The Sphinx Senior Sociefy is a group of oulsfanding
campus leaders. dedicaled +0 +he creed of service and
loyall'y. lls membership is limifed +0 Jrhose men chosen
af Jrhe end of +heir junior year who fullill fhe rigid require-
menfs of oufsfanding parficipalion in school affairs.
PHI KAPPA BETA
Phi Kappa Bela Junior Sociely, signified by +he wearing
of grey hafs wifh a pipe-and-sfein insignia. is made up of
oufsfanding juniors who have shown +heir worfh during
Jrheir freshman and sophomore years. Gafhered from
all phases of exlra-curricular acfivify, +he members of Jrhe
sociely assisl in +he running of numerous sludemL acliv-
ifies. such as pep rallies, sludenl' eleclions, and charily
drives. Wi+hou+ +he oulsfanding work of +he members
of Phi Kappa Bela, if would be almosl impossible +0
conducf many of Jrhe sludenf acfivilies on +he grand scale
+0 which +hey are accuslomed.
. le 0. Ploe+ner. A. Springford, B.
A PHI OMEGA 3kaI L. Shea, J lng . .
IST ROW' R 53kg: M. Wilson. P. Forman. Sec.; E. Lake. J. McLear. 3RD ROW: L. Shane. D. Goldsmlfh, I.
Oppenheirr-1er. V. Pres.; M. Goldberg. Pres.; B. Shapiro. Kahn. G. Graf. P. Venufo. D. KemmererI R. Hawfhorne,
R. Gordon. E. Kohns+am. 2ND ROW: D. Hocks+ein. W. B. Fleming.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
Alpha Phi Omega, +he Naiional Service Frafernify and promofe fellowship among ifs members. Such fulno
organized "To assemble college men in +he feHowship Jrions as Hie organizafion of a have! bureat'J for vacahon
of H16: Scouf Oa+h and Law, +o develop friendship and fravelers, +he Book Marf. and Share-fhe-Ride Plan have
promofe service +0 humanify." aHemers +0 fosfer lead- long been endeared and appreciafed by Pennsyl
ership and service +0 Hwe UniversHy's undergraduafes vanians.
Belt W.: Bryan. C. UreasJ; Jacoby, D. A.: Jones. J.; Minds, 6.; Piccone. 0.: Ruby. R '
Russelll C. K. mhairmanh Scanlon. D. W. ChairJ: Simsarian. L. K.; Trout M.; Tobin. P.:
Wilcher. F. $ecJ; O'BrienI J. MISSING: Marcus, J.
KITE 8s KEY
IST ROW: BoH', W.: Delehaniy.
M. Presj: Dubois, J. E.; Hipp. J;
Keogh, P.; Leff. D. Wice-PresJ.
2ND ROW: Lessig. L. L. Jr.: Ma-
on, W.: Miller. I. Jr. UreasJ:
O'Brien. E.; Thompson. A. F.
sSecJ; Thompson. J. 3RD ROW:
Tobin. J.: Welham. R.: Wells. 5.
Kife and Key, one of Hue oufsianding service organiza-
Jrions on We campus. performs +he many and varied
funcfions so necessary +0 5 successfully co-ordinafed
universify. OH campus Ki+e and Key performs an invalu-
able service in Hwe prodoring of +he college board exami- . v a 7,, y,
naHons. On campus, Hue organizafion serves as a hoer K E y n: fx F4 D K EY
for visifing dignitaries. foofball players. high school sfu-
denfs. and ofher guesfs of He Universify. Kife and
Key is also a domina+ing influence in We fosfering of
minor sporf parficfpafion +hrough i+s annual award +0
Jthe "Oushanding Minor Sporfs ParHpranH'
Represenfmg Hwe Inferesf of Hwe maie s+uden+s Of Hue The Council Iwas general supervEsIon over aH under-
UnIversHys Hwe Undergraduafe Ccuncii s+rives +0 promofe gradua+e again, ach'ng as an adviscry body +0 Hwem. IT
We communai life of He ins+1+u+ion and +0 aid Hue PresI- conduds aw'l mase undergradu3+e decfions In cooperaflon
denf and ofher ogicers in preserving Hwe mora1e 0s Hwe w7+h the CommiHee on SfudemL ARaErs and supervlses
sfudenfs in keeping proper order and in maEn+aInIng Me o+her dass and ?rferdass m3++ers, induding H16 sinances
good name and dignHy d Hue UnEverSHy d Pennsylvania. of acfivifies no+ under gradua+e management
Among +he more imporfan+ ac+ive organizahons on +he
Universify Campus is +he Housion Hall Sfudeni Board of
Direcfors. H is +he dufy oi +he Board +0 carry 0qu acfiviiies
and sef +he policies of Jrhe nafion's oldesf Siudenf Union.
esfablished in I896.
A maximum of +hree members is Chosen +0 +he Board
each semesier, +0 replace fhe Jrhree men who are graduafed
from Jrhe group ihaf Jrerm. The men musf be of high caliber.
for +heir job is one of greaf responsibiiHy. They go Jthrough
a rigorous heeling period which begins a+ +he opening of
+he school year and exiends Jrhroughoui +he en+ire semesfer.
Each year +he members of +he Board. wiih +he assisfance
of a Freshman Dance CommiHee. presen+ Jrhree dances for
Jrhe yearling Class in an affempf +0 acquaini +hem wifh +he
many faciliJries of Housion Hall.
The Board meefs regularly +hroughou+ +he year, af which
Jrime plans for fuiure aciivifies are formulaied and +he
opinions of Jrhe siudenis are broughi +0 +he Board's aHen-
Hon. By Jrhis meihod, if is believed +ha+ +he Board may be
of mosf service in solving +he social needs of Jrhe siudemL
IST ROW: Baugh. D.: Gree. L.;
Harkins, J.; JohnsonI T. 2ND
ROW: Knapp. D. iSecJ; Maloy,
W.: Pious, D. W. ChairJ: Russell.
Advising +he S+uden+ Board in however +hey see
need for such assistance are +he ex-board members. i
Wm. H. Vidal. Louis D. Day. and Jack R. Howard.
members of +he Universify factu and Admin-
Each year a free Chris+mas Dance is given in +he
audi+orium. A small band furnishes +he music Jfor
dancingl +here is carol singing around +he Chris+mas
Treel and San+a Claus passes candy canes ou+ +0
Sherbahn. R. R.: Welsh, R.: Wil-
cher, F. Chairmanh Yurchak, P.
To sfarf OFF "Skimmer Weekend." one of
We big crew racing even+s of +he coun+ry.
+he Board sponsors a Cabare+ Dance in
Hous+on Hall. Sfraw ha+s, canes. weskefs,
and whi+e buckskins are parf d We oHicial
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
The elecfed represenfahve body of +he men of !952. +he Senior Ciass
Council. errives +0 promo+e school and class spirit organize and adminis-
JmanLe class adivifies, and represenf +he s+uden+s in +heir problems.
The Senior class has ably disfinguished i+self in service. devofion. and
leadership +0 +he Universify and many of ifs members have s+arred in
sporfs. headed publicafions, and o+her exfracurricular acfivifies.
The Senior Class Council plans and supervises Hey Day and Jrhe Ivy
Ball. +he fradihonal week-end of +he Senior class. which has always been
Jrhe mosf imporfanf and mosf enioyable week-end of +he year.
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL
SITTING: A. BronnerI W. BoH'. Pres.; S. Bolfon. B. Lewy. 2ND ROW: J. Wolak.
E. Kovanic. J. Cohen. R. Muhlberger. ABSENT: D. Kusner.
Serving as a liaison befween +he Class oh l953 and +he
Office oh Sfudenf AHairsh +he Jumor Class Council repre-
senfs mom of whom Jrhe Universify can weH be proud. H5
record of achievemenfs and ifs oufsfandlng leaders can
be found in +he Junior Annais. +he annual publicafion 01f
Jrhe Junior class.
Tradifionally +he second mosf Imporfanf weekend d
fhe war. Junior Weekend was highly successful and de-
hthul. Adivlfics began th Jrhe cusfomary Cane March
and Junior Chapeh foliowed by +he Junior Prom and fhe
Navy football game which +he Quakers won I470.
The William Penn C'ub is an Ihdependenf organhahon
primarNy for fhe more +han haH male undergraduafe; hv-
Ing cm or 0H fhe campus who are unafhflated with an; of
The social Greek heffered hafermhes. H CHG'S +0 If: mem-
bers Jrhe devefopmemL of InfeWedud sociah ahd phyica
faculhes and facihfaFes greater pavlchoa'brw In campui
achvihes. 5cclal evenfs, a?hie+lcg, dame; anj 123W: by m
mm men in various fieids CWE endeavcur care a Trew J Me
club's mam advantages.
JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL
SITTING: J. Os+erman. V. Pres.; M. Trout Pres.: J.
Newman, Sec. 2ND ROW: R. Sfephans, R. Downing. B.
Dodd. ABSENT: D. Winsfonl J. Brownback. J. Tori.
WILLIAM PENN CLUB
SITTING: D. Horensfein, J. Merring. D. Windheim, Pres.;
M. Greenberg. A. Weiss. 2ND ROW: W. Finick. 5. War-
ren. L. Weinsiock, W. Kleinman. H. Siern.
FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL
SITTING: A. ETTora, M. Loveman. P. Tobin. Pres.; C. Less.
2ND ROW: D. Clancy. D. Powell. R. Driscoll. B. Korman.
ABSENT: P. Curry.
The purpose CT The council is To represenT The Freshman
male sTudenT aT Penn. To promoTe communal TiTeT and To
mainTain The good name 0T The UniversiTy.
The council is recognized as The medium OT coeopera-
Tion beTween The Freshman and The auThoriTies CT The
In The laTe Fall OT each year The Council is eTecTed wiTh
proporTional represenTaTion oT school enronenT. The
members serve unTil The end 0T The school year.
Their chieT duTies are To supervise and promoTe social
TuncTions. and To help oTher Treshman orienT Themselves
To The ways 0T UniversiTy TiTe.
The Sophomore Council consisTs 0T nine members:
Three represenTaTives Trom WharTon. Two Trom The Col-
lege. and one each Trom The Towne. EducaTion. and Fine
ArTs SchooTs. The Council is eleCTed every Spring and
serves The Tollowing year.
The TuncTions oT The Sophomore Councili as eTecTed
represenTaTives 0T The sTudenT body. are To promoTe school
and Class spiriT, organize and adminisTraTe dass aCTiviTies,
and aid The sTudenTs in sTraighTening ouT Their problems.
The Council also elecTs The Class presidenT who serves on
The UndergraduaTe Council.
The highlighT oT The Council's social acTiviTy is The an-
nual Sophomore Hop.
SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL
SITTING: E. Becker. B. BerT, J. Marcus. Pres.; J. Brunol
S. Gross. ABSENT: D. KusnerI D. Fairfield. F. Rabinowifz.
J THE ARMY MULE is +he obiec+ of
+his spirifed demonsfrafion iusf
preceding +he annual Cade+-
Quaker gridiron clash.
STUDENTS GATHER for a rally in
+he big quad. as football coach
George Munger, surrounded by
cheerleaders, prepares +0 sfarf
AT EVERY GAME was heard +he
faifhful +hundering of +he big bass
drum down in fronf .of +he Pennsyl-
Let's Hear It!
Penn's Spirif CommiHee. which exisfs as a subcommif-
+ee of Jrhe Undergraduafe Council. forms +he core of Jrhe
life and vifalify inherenf in +he sfudenf body. Through
campaigns and ruses. +his vibranf unif sparks Jrhe sfudenfs'
fires of inferesf and enfhuslasm which have been blank-
efed by firmly-implanfed inhibiHons.
Execufion of weH-planned ideas, crea+ed by imagina-
+ive minds. falls on +he shoulders of +he commiHee's
heeling corps. The prospeche members accomphsh +heir
fasks +hrough slogan-bearing signs scaffered abouf +he
campus and infereshrousing rallies sfaged before major
The realizafion of creaHve +hough+ +hrough ac'rive ef-
formL is Jrhe principal mefhod of excifing spirif in Jrhe sfu-
SITTING: J. S+evens. R. Sandler. J. Gerbereaux. R. Gol-
Iub. A. Crumrine. 2ND ROW: K. Simsarian, D. WinsonI J.
Osferman. ABSENT: S. Fuess. P. DenneH.
THESE LOVELY coeds vied for "Miss Campus
ChesT" TiTle. which was awarded To The young lady
collecTing The mosT money for The drive.
CAMPUS CHEST COMMITTEE
SITTING: J. Irwin. M. BernsTein. B. Redding. D. Kaufman.
V. Ch.; M. WinTer. 2ND ROW: J. OsTerman. P. JanneTTa.
L. Groo, D. WinsonI W. Rader. ABSENT: C. Labrum. M.
Krusenski. J. SuppleeI D. RechyI D. Knapp. Ch.
The Campus ChegT' Drive, one OT The grea+e5+ and
ngT pubTicized evenTs on The school caTendar, combined
financial drives OT varied groups inTo one uniTed eTTorT.
The UniTed Fund The World STudenTs Service Fund! The
ChriSTian AssociaTion. HiHeT FoundaTion, lnTernaTional
House, The Cancer Crusade. The March 0T Dimes. Tuber-
culosis SeaTs. Tag Day, Splash Cash. and The NaTional
SchoTarship Service Fund Tor Negro STudenTs are The 0r.
ganizaTions which beneTiT Trom The proceeds. Tag Day
funds send ChrisTmas Tood baskeTs To needy TamiTieS, while
The SpTash Cash accounT conTribuTes To The consTrucTion
0T a swimming pool aT The UniversiTy Camp. which serves
The Campus ChesT is a subcommiTTee oT The Under-
graduaTe Council and WSGA. lTs chairmen and chieTs
oT The mens and women's divisions are joinTTy elecTed by
The parenT bodies; The various commiTTee heads are
appoinTed by The general chairman.
The annual Gay NineTies Revue, a Penn PTayers pro-
ducTion, oTTered humorousskiTs and musical rendiTions as
The opening phase of The Two-week campaign. Highlighf-
ing The evening's acTiviTies was The coveTed Campus
ChesT Queen ConTesT.
FraTerniTies and campus organizaTions joined TalenTs To
sTage The Campus CarnivaT. The aucTion 0T a car neTTed
The largesT amounT oT money ThaT nighT.
Sponsored by The HousTon HaH Board, The FaculTy
VarieTy Show displayed noveT enTerTainmenT oTTered by
proTessors and insTrucTors alike. This Closed The Campus
ChesT Drive Tor This year.
ResulTs oT The drive were amazing. ColTeCTing an ag.
gregaTe OT $8,350. The soTiciTors snapped TasT year's ToTal
myynyywwm,,.v,,,,s,v,ys,,, v ,
DR. J. C. DIGGORY gives ou+ wifh some fine warbling af
+he Factu-Variefy Showl parf of +he Campus Ches+ pro-
"TAKE HOME a gold fish." shou+
Hue energe+ic "barkers" of one of
Hue many boo+hs a+ +he gala Cam-
pus Ches+ Carnival held in Hue
Palesfra. A+ midnigH +he boo+hs
were cleared. +he queen was
crowned, and an informal dance
was held in He gymnasium.
"MISS CAMPUS CHEST." Pa+ricia Ann Duff. receives a
confribufion from a generous sfudenf.
HILLEL FOUNDATIONS The Religious
Hiilel Foundaiion, +he cenier 0F Jewish
culfure and religion here on campusi oHers
Hg members am Opporfunify +0 reiain +he
cusiomS and praciice: Oi iheir religion which
were developed prior +0 mairicuiaiion af
Perm! and Jro assimiiafe new beiieis and
modes which will assisi +hem in the prac-
+ice of fheir iaifh during and aifer college.
Rabbi Gorden's Miireside chefs" provide
excelienf occasions for siudenfs +0 become
acquainfed wifh Jrhe concepis oi +he Jewish
reiigion. bofh in iheir relaiion +0 God and
in +heir relafion +0 +heir fellow men.
Special servicesi held during Yom Kippur
and Rosh Hoshanna, help Jrhe slrudemL ful-
fill +he required and desired pracfices of
SITTING: B. Peril, R. Ruby. Pres.: H. LangI
Vice-Pres.; C. Berman. 2ND ROW: l. Alex-
anderI M. Oppenheimer. M. Fish. J. Nisen-
son. ABSENT: M. Goldman. G. Berns'rein.
J. Popkin. J. BeckoFF. N. Alferman.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION
Esiablished on campus in I933, Jrhe
Chrisfian Science Organizafion endeavors
+0 welcome sfudenfs inferesf in Chrisfian
Science and give Jrhem +he opporfunifies +0
learn +he Jrruih abouf +he iaifh. Meefings
are held regularly where occasional lec-
+ures are given by members of +he Chris-
fian Science Board of Leadership of +he
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION
IST ROW: H. PentziexirerI F. Osfers. P.
S'rylerI B. L. Unks, C. Campbell. 2ND
ROW: J. Wesf. M. Bell. R. Giles, D. Sfopp.
D. ParkerI B. Long.
S N Organizations NEWMAN CLUB
Sfriving for +he realizahon of +he well-
developed Cafholic sfudenf. Pennhs chapfer
MSh of +he Nafional Newman Club Federafion
Hers has ins+i+u+ed a +hree-poinf program based
H19 on religious. educafiona! and social aCHvi-
n 5+ Masses are oHered daily and Sunday.
Md along wifh weekly rosary recifafions and
W50 discussion groups. in Sf. Bede's Chapel. ad-
ege. joining Newman Hall.
wide The Rev. Fafher John H. Donnelly. direc-
vome Jror of +he club. conducfs classes in New
awish man Hall daily. covering Cafholic docfrine.
and philosophy, marriage. Church hisfory and
ofher allied subjeds.
ppur The club's social commIHee scheduhes
ful- ballroom dances. barn dances. coke and
:S of card parfies. and ofher social evenfs +0
complefe +he full developmemL of +he col-
.ang SITTING: R. Vega-Gornez. R. Mazzaierfra.
Mex: J. Tobin. N. Lennoxl Vlce-Pres.; J. O'Brien,
isen- Pres.: M. Ordili. M. Schuld. R. Pangia. C.
;fein. Dougheriy. 2ND ROW: 6. Keniorski. C.
Donlan, V. Jaso. P. Effinger. B. ShirifzingerI
G. Melada. A. Swain. R. Fanggi. E. Busios.
Realizing +he Jrremendous need for an
organizahon embracing members of all +he
Profesfanf faifhs, +he Chrisfian Associahon
esfablished a cabinef Confaining repre-
sen+afives of separafe religious secfs. The
Associafion Is divided info seven disfincf
unifs. six major Profesfanf faifhs and one
infer-denomlnahonal group. Each funcfions
aparf from Jrhe ofhers, eleCJrs ifs own offi-
cers. and holds ifs own discussions. How-
ever. aH unHe in +he enacfmenf of +he As-
soclafion's social program.
W'eH-managed record dances are sched-
uled every Safurday nighf during +he school
year wlfh special evenfs sfaggered +hrough-
ou+ Jrhe season. Probably +he mosf famous
of Jrhese is fhe annual Chrlsfmas Bazaar In
which aH +he women's frafernHies achvely
SITTING: F. Fou'rz. K. Nasfay. K. Klinger-
man, C. Miller. Pres.: J. Jones. Pres.: B.
Baldwin, 6. Rieder. C. Lilly. 2ND ROW:
C. Beckenbaugh. N. Kew+e. F. Parker. A.
Heine. M. MacEIwee, M. Wingerf, M. Ono.
A. Graybi l. 3RD ROW: M. Trout C. Rus-
sell. A. Yoggy, A. McComas, T. Sco+es, R.
Donovan. F. ScoH. W. Marx. W. Cooper.
The Frankhn Socie+y consisfs of +he Tour sfudenf publica-
+ions: The Record. Jrhe Daily Pennsylvanian. The Triangie. and
Pennpix. The board is made up of members of The staffs of
+hese publicafions. The sociefy works as an advisory board
in confroling +he four managerial boards.
HERMAN H. DOH. gradua+e manager of
publicafions. is a na+ive of Philadelphia
and a graduafe of +he UniversHy of Penn-
Before becoming a s+uden+ af +he Uni-
versify. Doh served four years in +he Army
Air Force Trom which he was discharged
in I946 wi+h +he rank of Capfain.
He is a+ presen+ an assis+an+ insfrucfor
of English while Jraking gradua+e courses.
Edi+ors en+ering Franklin Socie+y Building. home of +he Recerd. Pennpix. and The
: wa-xmxwwwm -
n" $ ' ..
PENNPIX . ..
En+e ng i+s eigh+h year of pubHcaHon. Pennpk con-
Hnued H5 edHorhl poHcy of expandon. If very qukkw
endeared Ifself +0 +he hearfs of all sfudenfs by providing
a monfhly fill of Chuckles +hrough Hwe use of safire. poe+ry,
feafure sfories. and pho+os. Combining a varied assorf-
menf ofar cbs th manyjoke$ boH1new and 0H.in
a successful eHorJr +0 appeal +0 +he +as+e of every sfudent
Pennpix has provided humor wifhouf foolishness. The
Dreaming up a four dollar bill.
Reflects the Campus Humor
Pennpix edi+ors +alk over a new issue. sLeH
1'0 righ'd David Sellin. Arf Edi+or: Richard
Ruby. Business Manager: Alan Oser, Ed-
ifor-in-Chief; James Pequinof. Managing
1pix cone confinuafion of H16 Coed Beaufy Confesf early in +he
yquIcHy season was one of Hwe highlighfs of an ever-expanding
oroviding coverage. All of Hwese accomplishmenfs could no+ have
gpoeW. been achieved wifhouf +he diligemL work of a capable
ed assorf- sfaH of poefs, wri+ers, and business men. The increased i
doHin circulafion of Pennpix was adequafely proven by Hue
,dudent ImpaHemL waiHng observed preceding every issue.
SITTING: M. A rch. H.
Weinsfein. T. pequigndrl
A. Oser. Edi+or; R. Ruby.
B. Redding. 2ND ROW:
R. Blume. H. Liss. L.
Apo+haker. A. Robbins.
B. Iscowifx. 3RD ROW:
J. Pressner. J. Klay. M.
KramerI R. Berliner, P.
Sena. ABSENT: K. Mc-
Car+hy. L. Henry, Jr., D.
'a a iv th 3-?an : "5'
SITTING: J. Liu. B. Beinen, A. Pugh, Ed.; L. Lapinski. H. Kepharf. 2ND ROW: W.
Lawrie. G. Torri, W. Marx, R. Rinne. G. Minds. C. Myers.
THE PENNSYLVANIA TRIANGLE
The TriangleaA fechnical publica+ion of +he Towne,
Moore. and Fine Ar+s Schools. The Triangle confains
+echnical and semi-fechnical arHcles on various aspecfs
of engineering. as well as columns and arHcles of popular
inferesf +0 Hwe Tri-School s+udenfs.
H has appeared confinuously since I9l2 when if was
published as The Whifney Magazine. H became The
Journalisf engineers af work.
Wonder whaf's inside?
Towne Scien+ific School Journal in I920. and +hen In
I925. if was renamed The Pennsylvania Triangle.
Three fine characferichs mark The Triangleaexcellenf
fechnical arficles. aggressive edi+orial policy, and popu-
lar appeal. AH combine +0 make If. as a sfuden+ puba
licafion. a sHmulaHng assef +0 Penn.
The Daily PennsylvanianeHWho's who? Whaf's whaf?"
For aH campus informafion Twifh The excephon of answers
+o final examinafionsT. Joey Undergrad has iuswL 'ro consuhL
The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Asserfing Hself as Jrhe "Voice of Jrhe Sfudenf Body." The
D.P.. as if is more aHecHonafeTy known in sfudenf circles. is
+aking a more aCHve edi+or1al policy. Now in ifs sevenfy-
Third year as a Universi+y ins+i+u+ion, +he schoo! paper sfrives
To reporf Jrhe news in a sfraighf-Torward and imparfial mane
ner as well as TeaJruring spicy columns and a comple+e sporJrs
coverage in Ms Tive-day a week publicafion.
In keeping wifh JrradiJrion. on The morning of +he Penn-
Cornell gridiron Tray. The Daily Pennsylvanian baffles wifh
The Cornell Sun in The. annual Touch foofball classic for Jrhe
Beermug Trophy. In addifion. There is +he bEHer Inframulral
rivalry befween The D.P. and WXPN in which +he vicfor
emerges nof only wiJrh The glory of +riumph. buf also wifh
a keg of beer.
OHen quo+ed as Jrhe s+uden+'s besf friend in lecfure,
The D.P. has no connecHon wifh +he iournalism or any o+her
deparfmenf of The Universify. H Is manned enfirely as an
exfracurricular proied wifh only psychic income and experi-
ence as a reward for Jrhe long hours of labor which go info
CHAlLu K. Russlu. Editor-iu-Chicl
.DAVID S. SALsnt'm
onzrr E. anm:
RONALD S. Goun
.Pmup C. SIMON
nous S. leTLlN
.JAMII L. Knuu
oump M. WnGHT
.Ro-zrr Ln Smn-n
Photographic Editor... Ronn'r BIOTMAN
Senior Editor: .......... ..PAUL J. BOSSEN,
JAY A. COHEN, EUGENE A. DINXSON, PETER
Lovz, L. KENNETH Smunum. CHARLES M.
Junior Editors ........ ROBERT ARTHUR,
W. DEWITT Buss, STUART G. BROWN, BER-
NARD D. MACFARIAND, MICHEL T. HUBER,
lnwm KAHN,'MART1N KRAMER, JOHN C.
MONJO, HOWARD J. RUBENSTELN, FRANK W.
SANFORD, THOMAS J. SCOTES, FRANK V.
SuALLCnoss, Fun WALTERS.
Copy Editor ......
HEREERT RI. L135, Business AIanager
LES C. EASTON, JR.
..... BYRON K0"
OHire Alanagcr. .....
Art Director, .
Editorial Coordinate XLLIAM RADER
Scm'ar Advisory Board Moszv GREENBERG,
BARTON Lawy, RICHARD RUBY.
Junior Business Alanager: ..................... J. BOYD BERT,
LEONARD S. DOME, STEW FINKLER, LAURENCE
GOLD, BERNARD GOLDSTEIN, DAVID L, HANDEL,
LEONARD LAUDER, EDWARD Lunm, PAUL NET-
TLHR, Ronmrr L. NISHBALL, EDWARD POWERS,
SmNH ROSIiN'l'HAI., Ax'ruun ZANKEL.
ITEMMAN H. Don, Gradual: Alanager
THE DAILY PENNSYLVANIAN
D.P. EDITORIAL STAFF
SITTING: K. Simsarian, A. ZieHin, C. Russell, Edifor-in-
Chief; R. LeVine. R. Gollub. P. Love. 2ND ROW: T.
Scofes. M. Huber, P. Bossen. M. Kramer. l. Kahn, L. Monio.
3RD ROW: C. Sfein, R. Ar+hur. S. S+ein. C. Ludwig. B.
TOP ROW: C. Eas+on, R. Brody. J. Yago. P. Way. J. Gas-
periI D. Proc+or. R. Smullian. SECOND ROW: D. Milne. D.
Jaeger. R. Sullivan, J. Handler, F. Casey! J. Norcross. BOT-
TOM ROW: B. Lewyl M. Rosemarin. H. CarverI B. Kopp.
DAILY PENNSYLVANIAN SEN-
IOR BUSINESS BOARD. SlTTlNG:
M Rosemarin. Produc+ion Man-
ager: B. Lewy, Adver+ising Man-
ager; H. Liss. Business Manager;
W. Rader. Promofion Manager.
SECOND ROW: E. Casel. Person-
nel Manager; H. Carver. Aduver-
Hsing Manager; C. Eas+on, Clrfzw
Iafion Manager; 3. Kopp. OHICG
Pounding ou+ +omorrow's news.
SENIOR EDITORIAL BOARD
Rober+ E. Lebine. Associafe Edi+or: Charles K.
Russell. Edifor-in-Chief; Frank Ta+nall. Ci+y EdHor;
David S. Salsburg. Managing Edi+or.
LAYOUT of Hwe four-page
daily issue requires consid-
erable +hough+ and plan-
HUNDREDS of D.P.'s are dis+ribu+ed +hroughou+ Hue
campus and Philadelphia area each weekday.
AN ACE repor+er ga+hers H16 news. inifial siep in
Hue produc+ion process.
A MODERN Fairchild engraver elecironically reproduces picfures in
plasfic for use in +he paper.
Alfhough Hie hisfory of ihe Record dafes back +0 Hie
year l852, each successive year has found ifs edifion
sfrikingly singular in bofh appearance and confenfs.
Wifh such a long and illusfrious hisfory. Hie I952 Record
sfaH found before i+ e diHiCUH iob. From Edi+or-in-Chie1c
Dick Sherbahn +0 Hie ias+ heeler, each man exer+ed
his sfrongesf efforfs Jrowards making +his Record one of
fine besf in his+ory. Long hours were spen+ in designing
Hie cover, wrifing and proofreading H18 arficies, and
organizing +he confenJrs. The iinal produmL adequafely
iusfifies +he work puf info it From ifs impressive cover
+0 ifs disfindive and individual ariicles. Hie I952 Record
is indeed a "record" of Hie Universiiy of Pennsylvania
R. RICHARD SHERBAHN
THE CENTENNIAL RECORD
for Hie pasi year.
More +han iusf serving as a remembrance for Hie de-
parfing senior. Hie Record has affempfed +0 cover Hie
enJrire school. every Class, and every phase of every
acfivify. The I952 Record is a far cry from Hie four-page
edifion of I852. Well over +hree hundred pages are
devoied in +his edifion +0 a single Jrheme - +0 presenf
in a codified form We year l95l-l952 as if unfolded
here a+ Penn. Separafe secfions are devofed +0 sporfs.
senior picfures. frafernifies, sociefies, and adivifies in
an eHorf +0 obfain a composii'e resulf. We. Hie sfaH.
presenf +0 you Hiaf resuH-e Hie I952 Record.
MOSEY A. GREENBERG
LESTER L. LESSIG. JR.
RICHARD W. OLLIVIERRE
Associafe Business Manager
ROBERT B. HEINTZ
JOHN C. MONJO
W1! 927'! .
z kam 1";
EDWIN C. MASKA
Senior Personals Edifor
BERNARD D. MacFARLAND
PETER T. POSMANTUR
SENIOR EDITORIAL BOARD
L. KENNETH SIMSARIAN
GEORGE W. MINDS. JR.
! ROW l: N. Ehrenreich. M. RoseI C. Skin. H. GraFF.
W. Hadley. ROW II: R. BerensI B. Car+er. W.
Wa+kins. T. Hagsfrom. M. Lehman. E. Rygiel.
ROW l: L. Elgarf. P. Hicks, H. BuHer, S. Glassman,
: J. Handler. ROW II: J. Norcross, D. Price. R.
1 Searlesl E. Brody, F. Branagan. R. Taylorl M. Rubin.
STEWART S. FINKLER
MARTIN A. ARCH
GORDON T. FRANKLIN ISAAC L. VAN VOORHIS ARMAND B. WEISS
Office Manager Adverfising Manager Publici+y Manager
PRODUCTION . . . PROMOTION
WITH OHARSST as +he "word." Record business s+af-f and heelers work during
a sales drive in Hous+on Hall.
Agrw: 1 Wm
SALES- adverHsingl and promo+ion go in+o full speed as We
ONE OF Hwe easier and more pleasan+ iasks of +he
BUSINESS MANAGER Mosey A. Greenberg con-
suHs +he graduafe manager of publica+ions for ad-
vice concerning some of his pressing financial
MASK AND WIG CLUB
$xmex V V x
Chairman of +he Mask
and Wig Club.
MASK AND WIG CLUB
IST ROW: W. Welsh. J.
R a n k i n. Mgr.: J. Mc-
Combs, Mgr.: G. Ches-
+on, Pres.: S. Fuess. R.
M e r k e y. I. VanVorhiss.
2ND ROW: E. Collinsl J.
Ayres, R. Wickersham. D.
Jacoby. T. Sco+es. R. Ob-
erly. J. Farmakis. G. Rei-
der. J. Smilgin, J. Lile, T.
Morgan. C. Feldt D.
Ranking among Jrhe greafesi of +he College
Musical Comedy League. +he Mask and Wig
Club has represenied Jrhe Universiiy nobiy and
ably for over sixiy years.
Based on fun and carefree spiri+ of youih
coupled wifh +he sense of service Jro Jrhe Univer-
sify, +he Firsi Call of Mask and Wig was wriHen
by Clayion FoHeral MCMiChael. co-signed by
+hree of his fellow-siudenis and posied on +he
Bulleiin Board in Jrhe basememL of old College
Hall in +he Fali of I888. lmmediafeiy eleven
ofher sfudenis joined +he movement +hus com-
prising Jrhe fiiieen Founders of Mask and Wig.
Today, af 3lO Quince Sireef. if mainJrains a
unique clubhouse, decoraied by Maxiield Par-
rish. which coniains many inieresiing relics of
In +his year's performance. +here was no need
for ihaf cliche of show business. "Is Jrhere a
dodor in +he house?" Nof only was +here a
dochor buf he was Jrhe siar of Jrhe show. The
sixiy-iourfh annual produciionl "Docior. Dear
Docior." was a burlesque of +he medical pro-
fession and was a musical adapiaiion oi Moliere's
"Physician in Spife of Himself."
Membership in +he Mask and Wig Club is
divided info graduaie and undergraduaie. while
+he adivifies oi +he Club are governed by a
Board of Governors comprising represenfahves
from bofh divisions. The ouisianding sfudenfs
of Jrhe casiL anoi choruses comprise Jrhe under-
There are many Club iunciions each year. busi
by far Jrhe mos+ imporfanf oi Jrhese is Jrhe Found-
er's Nighf Dinner, an evening when Club mem-
bers gaiher +0 do homage +0 +he Founders.
There is song. fun. and merrimeni. excepwL for
Jrhe momeni when in silence a JroaswL is drunk +0
+hose who have gone before. Siariing wiih
"Lurline." Jrhe iirsf produciion. and coming down
+0 Jrhe currenf show. +he old siars assemble from
near and far io sing and dance +0 Jrhe music oi
THE DANCING CHORUS and a few glee and cas+ oi +he company combine io make
+his holiday scene in +he main square.
59 dance chorus led by
ica+e dance s+eps while
WaHer Keenan go fhrough in+r
preparing for Hue second acf.
THE FAMOUS Mask and W
Hon for "Docfor.
room In prepare
THE VILLAGE men enfer'rein +heir ladies wifh music af
+he beginning of Hue holiday.
"Doctor, Dear Doctor"
SGANARELLE raises his rod in
defense in fronf 0 +he Le Tarfuffe.
Mirfh and fun prevail as quick st
fry +0 prevenf +he onslaughfs of
LUCINDE sings +0 Lean-
dre as +he +wo lovers +ry
+0 ge+ fogefher in spi+e
of +he pro+es+a+ions of
clown dance climaxes ihe
SGANARELLE is scorned by
his shrewish wife as +he res+
of +he principals look on in
-.. Mm... - $43.4." "-4.
THE CAST OF "DOCTOR. DEAR DOCTOR"
IST ROW: E. Collins. S. Neuhard, J. Kosco. B. Sweeney, B. JonesI T. Jones. F. Mc-
Laufilin, L. Hagerson. D. Nelson. 2ND ROW: J. Ayres. C. Welsh. J. Rankin, J.
McCombs, G. Ches+on, S. Fuess. R. Merkey. I. Van Voorhiss, D. Baugh. I. Sherman.
3RD ROW: D. Brown. B. Wickersham. D. Jacoby, T. Scofes, B. Oberly. J. Farmakis,
G. ReEder, J. Smilgin. J. Lile. T. Morgan, C. Feldf, A. Murray. 4TH ROW: J. Powell,
P. Ausbrook. M. S+oller, L. Groo, R. Dorsch. B. Clarke, R. Cra+on. P. Klahr, P. Heming-
way. 5TH ROW: A. John, W. McKinney. T. Angelus. N. Shout D. Mann. D. Bruce,
W. Carey. S. Dinowih. J. Mack, J. Bincarowski. F. Tramufola. S. Fisher. 3. Knerr.
m m THE CAST awai+s Hue curfain behind s+age
bhefore Hue grand opening d +he annual
Founded in l936 by Miss Kalhleen Carberry
Quinn as a dramafic organizalion open Jro all
undergraduale men and women of We Univer-
sify, flue Pennsylvania Players Jrruly consfilules
one ol +he malor and mosl enjoyable aclivilies
on He Penn campus.
Workshop Produclions and a series ol one acl
plays wriHen by Penn sludenls are presenfed
annually in addifion lo lwo major produclions
.'Romeo and Juliel" was lhis year's lirsl map;
The Chrislmas produclion, presenled annual!
in conlunclion wifh A Cappella Choir, was Z
beaufiful Chrislmas Canlala enlifled "The ln-
CAST MEMBERS of "Romeo and Julie+" are en+er+ained 6+ H19 ln+ercollegia+e
fee in Furness Library. Members of Shakespearean plays being performed a+
Bryn Mawr. Haverford, Swar+hmore, and 5+. Joseph's Colleges are also guesfs.
MEMBERS of +he Produc+ion Slap? of "Romeo and Juliei'" are seen
working on scenery in fhe basemenf of Irvine Audiforium.
SITTING: l. Hirsh. J. Buff. Bus.
Mam; L. Mamourian. N. Cohen. J.
Silverberg, R. Sandler. W. Klein-
man. 2ND ROW: N. Curray. G.
Melada. P. Ball. 5. King. 5. ZeiHin.
3RD ROW: 6. Johnson. L. AH-
house. B. Mann. H. Hibberd, J.
RobinsonI L. F. Julius. ABSENT:
F. Sauers. Chairman; M. Molifch.
THE PLAYERS do +he firsf "cas+ reading" of "Blifhe THE DUEL be+ween Romeo and Tybalf highling +he
Spirit" which was presen+ed in +he middle of March. +hird ad of +he Players' maior producfion.
MERCUTIO bows +0 a lady-in-waHing in We be
firsf ad of "Romeo and Juliet"
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ROMEO AND JULIET
BENVOLIO. Mercufio, and Tybal'r begin +0 unveil +he
pIof of +he immorfal Shakespearian classic.
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The Varsi+y and Freshman Debaflng Teams are
direcfed by Hwe S+uden+ Debafing Council. The
Council confrols +he combined schedule of bofh
Jreams. including abouf fiffeen radio and forfy plaf-
form debafes. The feam will four Hue East Soufh.
and Mid-Wes+ in order +0 fulfill +his rigorous pro
SITTING: E. BeckerI J. Howard, A. Snow-
iss, Pres.; J. Berney. J. Field. 2ND ROW: E.
Rygiel. M. GoldbergI W. Odell. J. Reaph.
Sensing Hwe lack of a campus organizafion show-
Ing movies "of recognized infereer +0 Hue ma+ure
college mind." a group of energeHc s+uden+s
founded Hwe Cinema Club laer spring. In ifs firsf
year, He Club presenfed Jren grea+ film masfer-
pieces as well as programs of ex-perimenfal and
documentary movies +0 ifs capacify membership.
SITTING: M. Bayer. L.
Lauder. M. Scher. W.
Maurafh. 2ND ROW: J.
PressnerI A. Ganz. S. Har-
rell, D. Salsberg. G. Werf-
+iner, R. Nesfleball.
IST ROW: P. Kuzinn, A. SUN, 3. Lewy, R. RiHenband, R. Wilner. W. Frifz.
2ND ROW: S. Ellor, B. Davidson. T. Thomas, E. Marcus, R. HausmanI G. Saage,
R. Smifh. 3RD ROW: R. Glickman. D. WaJrersI J. McCahon. J. BincerowskyI D.
Samuels. N. Masri.
RADIO STATION - WXPN
Each Monday fhrough Friday a greaf number of sfudenfs
fume +heir radio diahs +0 Sfaflon WXPN. Jrhe Universify of
Pennsylvania's con+ribu+ion f0 radio. The sfafion is run in
+he same manner as many commercial sfahons JrhroughoulL +he
naHon. Bofh men and women sfudenfs fake parf in such ac-
Jrivifies as scripf wrifing, announcing. scripf produdion and
radio engineering. The sfafion has bofh HS oHice and broad-
caang facihfies locafed on +he +hird Hoor oh Housfon Hall.
Accordingfo +he manager of WXPN. +his year Jrhe s+ahc
affempfed +0 encourage more recepfion in Jrhe dormiforles
and fra+ern1+y houses by broadcasfing a greafer variefy of
programs. An Increase in JrransmiHer power also has been
planned. The sfafion hopes +0 furfher +he inferesfs of Jrhe
sfudenf body +hrough increased service +0 +he Universify
DICK RITTENBAND in+erviews vocalisf PaHi PageI
recenfly appearing a+ +he Click. for a re-broadcas+
+0 Penn sfudenfs Ia+er in Hue week' one of +he many
celebrifies feafured periodically on +he program
SCRIPTS are checked as +he an-
nouncer blasfs away during one of
+he s+uden+ parficipaHon pro-
STATION MANAGER Barf Lewy
is a+ +he confrols while a popular
plaffer spins +0 +he lisfener's en-
THERE MUST be some+hing new
every day. since old news is no
WXPN has a fine collecfion of classical.
modern dance, and jazz recordings for use
in HS broadcasfs. Various organizafions
oHen borrow records for informal dances.
parfies. and fhe like.
THE OUTING CLUB.
composed of bo+h grad-
ua+e and undergraduafe
s+uden+s. was organized
+his year +0 promo+e exer-
cise. recrea+ion and com-
radeship among Hs mem-
bers. A member of
Hue ln+ercollegia+e Ou+ing
Club AssociaHon. Hue
Sociefy oHen goes on
hikes. canoe rides. bicycle
hips and o+her ou+door
excursions +0 various
pieces of in+eres+.
SITTiNG: W. Sfewart Lee Craig
R. Schembs, President R. Crum
2ND ROW: Ted Knerr. J. Levin:
son. P. Lare, J. Mere. H. Segal.
The purpose of fhe Phofography
Sociefy is +0 fosfer an Inferes+ 'm
phoJrography among Hue sfudenfs
of H16: Universify. The Soclefy has
a darkroom in Housfon HaH which
is accessEble +0 aH members. Trips
are made +0 H16 surrounding coun-
Jrryside f0 provide subiecfs for ex-
hibifions and confesfs.
W has BILL QUILTYI drum maior for Hue band. is also an
which 7 experf fwirler. His exhibiHons are +he highlighf of
Trios 3 He haIf-Hme achifies. Bill is New Jersey $+a+e
cou3n- Champion in fwirling and 'has worked wifh +he band
or ex- 7 +hree years.
i THE MARCHING BAND forms a gian+ "P" inside +he game. The band's rendHions during +hese periods are
keysfone during H19 haIf-fime period of +he Dar+m0u+h always en+er+aining and offen spec+acular.
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THE BAND MARCHING +oward +he fif+y-yard line in
"company line," led by Bill Quilfy. The band has been
lauded by Penn men and visi+ors for ifs excelleni +iming
and coordinaiion on +he field.
THE BAND s+anding in formafion in Hous+on Hall Plaza
on Sa+urday morning before Hie Princeion game. A
momenf Iaier. i+ will burs+ in'ro song.
of Direcior George T. Bird, is one of Jrhe finesi
examples of marching bands of +he nafion. Co-
ordinafion and musical skili are Jrhe prime requisifes
of +he band member. Hours of blackboard driil
and field praciice go info +he make-up of +he fine
Fooiball Jfans may noi realize if, bmL every coilege
game Jrhey waich ieaiures a +hird Jream on Jrhe field.
Behind +he Jrunes. iormafions. rouiines, and shows of
Jrhe band. Jrhere is as much hard work as +here is
behind Jrhe gridmenis eHoris.
The Pennsylvania Band, under +he able leadership band of which we are so proud ai Pennsylvania.
The Fanfare Socieiy. which serves as a governing and
policy-making organizaiion. is +he honorary socieiy oi +he
band. Eligibiliiy in Jrhe Socieiy consisis oi fwo years'
service +0 Jrhe band,,ei+her in a managerial or musical
capaciiy. during which Hme +he members musi show oui-
sianding inieresi and devoiion +0 +he welfare of +he band.
SITTING: C. Dengler. C. Perel-
man. L. Blimline. A. Blum. 2ND
ROW: D. LloydI R.. Pelham. R.
MillerI W. Kueikas.
Marching Along . ..
THE RED AND BLUE BAND kicking H up for one
of +heir iazzed-up versions of a favorHe song. From
+his posifion, Huey disperse in+o four groups and
+hen come foge+her again. iig-saw sfyle.
GEORGE BIRD. who Is said +0 be +he bes+ known
and mosf accomplished band conduc+or in +he
coun'rry. is direc+or of Penn's bands. He makes
frequen+ +ours of +he na+ion and wi+hin Hwe mefro-
poli+an area +0 demons+ra+e i+s +echniques.
RelaHvely new in our UniverSIfy's andenf hailowed
halls. +he Symphony Orchesfra. wifh only four years +0
HS herifage. has made rapid sfrides Jrowards prominence.
All personnel conneded wifh +he Universify, induding
+he faculfy. are welcomed +0 Iend fheir falenfs in per-
forming +he beaufiful works of Hwe greaf classical
IST ROW: J. Crow+hers. B. Wig-
gins. H. Leeds, Pres.: R. Godsall
Direcior; B. Pilcher. R. Dusenburyl
2ND ROW: D. Cummings. R. De.
Simoner R. Kafzman. B. Lau+on J
VanOrsdelI. A. Maxwell, A. King
3RD ROW: R. Lowry, J. Gorry. A'
Senn. H. Hauck. J. Norcross. W.
Mens Glee Club
The Men's Glee Club. consiang of +he male under-
gradua+es of Hue Universify whose musical reperfoire is
of bofh +he thf and serious varie+y, is supporfed 501er
by +he funds for Sfudenf Acfivifies. Performances are.
held af Universify funcfions during Hie year and frips are
+aken +0 women's colleges where joinf concerfs are given. i
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
IST ROW: P. Gordon, N. Snider.
3' A. Heine. C. Miller. J. Kosi'erI R.
H. C-Zvodsalll Director: B. Malloy. H.
Y- Hoskins, G. MacMullans. M. Nich-
'e ' olas. P. Cobin. E. Sanwald. 2ND
J- ROW: M. Krafz. R. Fredericks. J.
3- 1 Sykes. P. Haviland, F. Collyer. M.
K. Davies, M. FlemingI R. Nachman-
l. sohn. M. Hoeckley, C. Lyonl P.
Brousel K. Sfiles. J. Friizinger. L.
Edsall. 3RD ROW: L. Floyd. D.
Cummings. D. Crownover. J. Gor-
ry. R. OppeH. I. Freebairn-Smifh,
J. Von Arsde". R. Wa s k 0. H.
Hauck. B. Lauion. J. Cox.
Choral Sociefy ThriHing audiences In concerfs of +he
Philadelphia Orchesfra in He Academy of Music and
Carnegie Hall. are a few of Hwe many en+erfaining per-
formances of Hwe Choraf Sociefy. Composed of sfudenfs
mafriculafing in any branch of He Universify. Hwe Sociefy
also sings af H19 Chrisfmas and Easfer Chapels.
A Cappella Choir
The A Cappella Choir. comprised of He selecf voices
of +he Choral Socie+y. specializes in vocal music in Hwe
smaller forms, such as mofef. madrigal. and spirifual.
Sophomore sfanding and membership in Hwe Choral So-
ciefy are prerequisifes: fonal qualify. balance. and choral
ensemble are emphasized.
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COLONEL ELMER M. BURNS is
in command of H1e Army R.O.T.C.
for +he second year and has served
in +he Army since I933.
CAPTAIN H. R. STEVENS. Promtes-
sor of Naval Science and Tacfics,
has been an ou+s+anding figure in
+he esfablishmenf of Naval pro-
SITTING: Lf. Col. P. Hufchinson, L'r. Col.
J. McNeHy, Col. E. Burns, L+. Col. D. Ra-
chel, Mai. R. Fos+er. Jr. 2ND ROW: WQ.
D. Turner. Capt N. Plasker. Mai. M. Ross
Capt 6. Lindsay, W0. J. Linds+rom, I
lST ROW: LCDR. W. A. Williams. Cap'r.
H. R. Sfevens, CDR. H. l. Mandel. 2ND
ROW: L+. F. E. Smifh, Major P. J. Blasko,
LCDRI S. B. Snea'rh. L'r. R. H. Yerbury.
IST ROW: J. Gordon, H. TaHor. C. Levin,
A. Don. 2ND ROW: F. Moeller. A. Ker-
shaw, 6. Keller. M. Laufer.
LT. COLONEL HENRY S. TAY- 1
LOR, direc+or of +he Air R.O.T.C..
is no+ed for his flying wifh fhe
Yugoslav Air Force during +he Iasf 1
The R.O.T.C. Units
IST ROW: A. Madonior. W. Hammond. E.
Heins. E. Haywood. M. Baron. 2ND ROW:
E. WiesehuHer, g. SpencerI E. S+ephen.
N.R.O.T.C. ENLISTED STAFF
IST ROW: FCC. Allison. Mrs. J. Joyce.
Mrs. B. Green. G.MC. W. Chimber. 2ND
ROW: SKC. Lagos, ETC. Thrsher, MSGT.
Cannon. QMUC Bradley. YnUC Baker.
AIR R.O.T.C. AIRMEN
IST ROW: W. Flynn. C. Black, F. D'An-
nunzio. 2ND ROW: 5. DeHauen. J.
Hughes. C. Tressler.
Fronf: C. Pofash. Drum Maior
IST ROW: H. Smi+h, F. Schaerdarfer. R.
Hagan. 6. Cox, J. Blemline, B. Rosenberg.
G. Rosenblum. 2ND ROW: H. Harrison,
6. Rosen+hal. R. CuHer. P. Davidow. K.
Morgan, P. Kaiser, H. Hyde. 3RD ROW:
J. Crawford, A. Sprinford, G. SchaHer,
L. Leshnik. J. Smifh. 4TH ROW: N. Drees-
ler. P. Mesch, C. Gewiry. D. S+ern. D.
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Armed Forces Day
ARMED FORCES DAY. I952. was marked on We Penn campus by a
join+ inspecHon of fhe Army. Navy, and Air Force R.O.T.C. unifs
The s+uden+ oHicers displayed Hweir colors before several high milifary
dignifaries in Franklin Field.
AHer +he +hree unifs had passed in review, awards were presenfed
+0 +hose cadefs who had been selec'red for +heir excellence in
devohon. and loyaHy +0 Hwe corps.
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NAVY R.O.T.C. COMPANY A
IST ROW: C. Grey, D. A. Markowifz, J. A. Newpher, J. B. Cassidy.
J. E. Wolak. G. C. Baublifz. 'ZND ROW: M. Levine, N. Robbins, L. M.
Rusikay, J. R. Dugan, N. C. Es+abrook C. F. Gregory, W. N. Ashbey,
J. S. Dineen, W. G. Lieberman, C. H. Sfeins, J. O. Mack. P. 5. Curry.
W. D. Marfin, G. W. Kirvary, R. P. Johnson, R. L. Rose. THIRD ROW:
J. F. Kenny,.J. R. CasHe, J. J. Avignone, W. C. Blumens+eim D. B.
McGuigan, A. R. Diefrich, T. J. Murphy, W. R. Burger, A. M. Margolis.
A. W. Ross, A. R. Maloney' J. H. Weiss, 8. C. Jacacki, E. Y. Doran,
D. Shark, H. R. Merriman, L. B. Brown. 4TH ROW: S. K'ausner, R.
Denny, J. W. OH. M. H. Ross, W. C. Hidlay, R. C. Moore, R. T. Owen.
A. Kradiian' A. B. Weiss, R. J. Sfrifzinger, T. C. Brandt C. L. Quinn,
5. J. Green, B. D. MacFarland. 5TH ROW: T. J. PaHerson, J. Ruff,
J. Dern, W. G. LippincoH, T. E. Keller, T. W. Jackson, H. H. Thomas,
J. F. Carfwrighf, R. C. Jones, P. K. Neumann, W. A. Kafferman, E. A.
Schrag. 6TH ROW: H. L. Lifzenberq, S. F. Bissell, G. L. Wein. J. L.
McArcHe. W. T. Hadley. A. R. Rush. L. J. Haaerson, P. W. Hallenbeck.
D. L. Thompson, F. P. Brown, H. S. Ferguson, 0. F. Spicer. J. L. Carino,
P. E. Burley, D. J. Loughlin. 7TH ROMI: A. A. Heaih, D. A. Baugh.
R. S. Jones. R. C. Beers, W. W. Gilmore. F. A. Long, S. J. Greene.
N. G. Daileda, R. B. Marx, T. E. Lindsay. G. W. Eaion' E. J. Sfump.
R. H. Giles. J. J. Manley. 8TH ROW: D. Beckman, E. R. Snelgrove,
J. P. Lopuszynski, P. C. Ausbrook. R. F. Handey. F. A. Tucker, H. E.
Schu", J. R. Bruno, M. M. Baldwin, B. Fuhrman, S. V. Haggerfy, R. S.
Rachman, D. W. Tracy.
NAVY R.O.T.C.-Company B
IST ROW: H. Keler, Jr.. A. Hunderimark, Jr., D. Deakyne, E. Kovanic,
E. Kaprowski, R. Price, R. Frey, L. Geiger, J. Garofalos. 2ND ROW:
J. Adkins, R. Sfephans, A. Bluemle, C. Hufman. J. Brock, C. Tollios, R.
Martin. D. Kober. B. Winfer. 3RD ROW: H. Gery, A. Gruber' C.
Sfewart R. Augusfifus. F, McLaughlin. Jr.I D. Ekva", P. Erceg, M.
Morey, W. Doherfy, S. Knipp. 4TH ROW: R. Homer. S. Reed. Jr., J.
Marfin, R. Rappaporf, D. Caplow. C. Eriger, B. Dodd. M. SosinI R. Eich.
NAVY R.O.T.C. COMPANY C
IST ROW: 5. Yulsman, L. Ginkinger, P. Simon, J. Smifh. D. Wolk. R.
Mills, B. Shaw. L. Voynow. 2ND ROW: D. Gaut T. Jones, F. McLaugh-
lin, Jr.; D. Mackie, W. Bernard, J. Bordgna, T. Johnsfon, R. Spiller.
U. Kohr, R. Czernieiewski. A. Frank C. Tollios. D. DiGiovacchino. R.
Meisfer, J. Bachman' D. Berkowifz, A. PoHs. 3RD ROW: J. Mullen,
J. Brewer, F. Schneiden D. Tomlinson, J. Goodman, A. Edel, Jr.; J.
Townsley. E. Till, S. Harrell, E. Bierly, H. Oberly, T. Kircher. J. Mc-
Gonagle, J. Dampman, F. Tenou. J. Wood. 4TH ROW: G. McCarH'Iy,
J. Nemecek, R. Henrickson. B. Schlossen M. Gillon, C. Myers, J. Hall.
5. Murdock, J. Wilson. F. Gilbert K. Liddick, N. Hill. C. McGillicuddy.
G. Ciaralli. J. Mullin, C. Gregan. R. Driscoll. 5TH ROW: P. Brill, C.
Davis, W. Adair, A. Golden, J. Monio, G. Herman, H. Perlev P. Bal-
dinqer, G. Levine, R. Churchman, D. Kemmerer, G. Tracy, 6. Alexander,
P. Hemingway. B. Fifzpafrick, J. VanOrsdeH.
ARMY R.O.T.C. - lst BATTALION
IST BATTALION-COMPANY A
IST ROW: N. Bubernak S. 5. Kisber, A, M, Bron
ner, D. S. Forrest A. M. Levine, D. M. Tannen:
baum, J. A. Tucker, J. R. Miller. 2ND ROW. R
B, Mariin, L. R. Blimline, R. H. Pelham. R. KLH'
A. McComas, R. W. Cleworih, W. W. Sieinerf 3'
R. Leu, E. Abelson, E. s. Krass, B. Willi5, Q'w'
Sundin. 3RD ROW: J. Hackman, R. L. Berberian'
S. F. Carbone, R. B. Schafer, R. E. Heffemnger SI
L. Schniebolk, D. Tober, S. Kagel, M. Pierson 'N
D. Bowden, M. A. Maimon, V. C. Cacheris. '4TH
ROW: W. Andrews, R. Schnelle, R. Van Saun R A
F. Lieblich, A. J. Schwarh, D. S. Schaiman IW.
Brewsfer, E. Koss, W. Canale. R. W. Stern, J H.
Sfroch' F. Perkin. 5TH ROW; H. B. Bernhard T'
Headun. E. D. Klingeman, V. E. Dioguardi, B. F'v1u
roff, R. S. Brody, S. KeHh, G. ScoH, M. Mifchell
L. Li+z, W. Lippman, D. Lubin. 6TH ROW; F. E:
Greenberg, J. Sachs. P. Kaiser. W. G. Schwarz
R. H. De++elbach, R. A. Weiss J. w. Porfugal, RI
Nadler. S. Gordon. 6. Kavanagh. R. D. Sullivan,
A. Blechman. 7TH ROW: P. BrichfaI J. Ringel'
IST BATTALION-COMPANY B '
Company Commander D. Cox
IST ROW: C. Gewirz. W. Callahan, F. Lapinski. :
P. O'Brien. W. Aiken, O. Smifh. R. Ryan, S. Fox, J, F
Cline. 2ND ROW: D. Birbilis, w. Arniel. 6. Lap- I
pen. E. Simmons. S. Blauner. E. Powers, A. Clarke,
W. Lehn, L. Keller. R. Reeder, M. Marvin. L. Levy. i
3RD ROW: J. Shanafelf, W. Sweeney, J. Brownlie,
J. Quinn, J. Tomicko. W. T. Warner. R. L. Dennyl
J. S. McC-allum, F. C. Tramu+ola1 A. Fischman. W.
Brown. W. Judge. 4TH ROW: J. B. Hinerfeld, R.
B. Shaffo. R. C. Jeary. G. S. McKeown. G. C.
Thayer. L. Weisman. J. B. Hayes. C. P. Adams.
J. R. Mapes. R. Clancy, R. Longley, J. Kofik. 5TH
ROW: J. Robinson, V. Yursha, V. Me+allo, B. Perry1
A. Desiderio, D. Guise, A. Reinfeld. T. O'Neill, 6. f
Flood, E. GoHlieb, G. Rofner. 6TH ROW: D. L
Faherfy. A. Winer, D. Bergen. C. Mai+s, F. Dunand,
E. Weiss, R. Goldman, J. Pomeranfz, J. Ramirez. ;
M. Dalfon. M. Kramer, W. Kingsley. 7TH ROW: a;
D. Mikufa, J. Bickford, R. Morse. D. Schreiber, M. '
Kiome, R. Berns+ein, W. Sharkey, D. Summerbell. C.
Taylor, 6. Given, J. Whifmoyer, W. Marx. 8TH
ROW: M. L. Delehan+y, A. Thompson. A. Parac- 1
chini. A. Kafz, J. PickeH. M. Kaplan. C. Mellen. "
R. Gulick. A. Bloom, W. Forrest
IST BATTALION STAFF
IST ROW: Capt J. W. Rorer. Mai. R.
Dorsch. L+. Col. F. Aron. Capt S. BoHon. '
ls+ Lf. W. Budd. 2ND ROW: Sgt C. Hill.
591'. P. Green.
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REGIMENTAL STAFF CADET OFFICERS
SITTING: G. Kresfal. R. Marldey. J. Hresko. Regt
C.O.; R. Bense. F. Ferguson. 2ND ROW: R. Mecca.
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ARMY R.O.T.C. - 2nd BATTALION 5mm
, VN. Shphew
2ND BATTALION STAFF
SITTING: D. Lowen. M. MHchell. D.
Piccone. 2ND ROW: W. Quinn. Jr.I
J. Weiss, D. Sharp. Guidon-bearer
, IST: Wafkin. Walfers, Elliof, Marfin. Harvdon, Kemp-
chinsky, Berns+ein, GiannaHasio. 2ND: Dimes. Zimmer-
man, Searles. Hemphill, Schmidt Segal, Miller. Brick-
more, Saka+a, Chesfon. Rankin. Lenahan. 3RD: Borauner,
Oswald, Hunf, Diamond, Piwoz, Auslander. Bimiewski,
Kinney, Crawford, Parkinson. Echelberger. 4TH: Dreiz-
ler, Meisel. Bodek, Linkoff, Waxenberg, Pas+ernok. Lake.
Saage. Brackfeld, Packer, Slover. Oesmann. 5TH:
Kling, Horfonl Werfheim. Bufrus, Whikomb. Banks.
Hand, Snyder, Droullos, Newell. Keller. Roof. 6TH:
. Cain. Bosseler, Varaifis, Arrchibald. Bushek. Arefslty,
l' Sherman Ryan, Gufenare, Morales, Sellers, Binkoski.
7TH: Pala+sky. Gilmer, Chadwell. Spafz, Cummings,
Forsfer. Liese, Radar. Dougherfy, Newmark, DiBello,
1 Hass. 8TH: Brifensky. Wargo, McCufsheon. Smifh.
Biddle. Search, Nelson, Cimakosky. Devany, Welch.
Wilson, VraHos. ?TH: Pauk, Sweeney. Miller. Harfer,
Loder, Aides, Neumanny, Laveson, Arapelian, Davis.
Oberman, Grant 10TH: Sheppard. Jaggand. Marwe",
Cinardo, Jarrell. Schembs.. Gallaqher, KIemsfine.
Huber, Furukara, Benneff, Bailey. IITH: Weinbender.
Freint Scamaqas, Silberman, Harrifon, Smifh.
J. C. Smiih, Firs? Sergeant
T. Sager, Execque Officer of Hue Company
f ARMY R.O.T.C.
t 2ND BATTALION-COMPANY E
2ND BATTALION-COMPANY F
IST: Mouen, Schwarfzsfein, Meisel. Cleary, Halloran.
Grant Chellgren, Wickersham. 2ND: Redlich, Bloch,
Sherbahn, Hacker, Boyle, Anderson, Lawton, Marian,
Murdock, Reagan, Leher. Smith. 3RD: Fallon. Schoen-
dorfer. Lubkin, Fishman, Warmressell, Turner, Camp-
bell, Bear, Hollen Silves+er. Hoichkins. Fifer. 4TH:
Gulick. Domina, Franklin. Smifh, Bach, Gibson, Wohl-
ken, Russell, McGinley. Raco. Sloan, Lipshuh. 5TH:
Blumsfein. Conway, Hernberg, Falkensharn. Carr, Cor-
nog. Marlin, LevinsfonI Kurcias, Borkowski. Holmes,
Richards. bTH: Solove, Bohman, Ackerman, Pancoski.
11 Direcfcr, Popkin, Shannon, English Berkowifz, McEwen.
' Pflueger, Leonard. 7TH: Rosenberg, Abrams, Simpson,
Cufler. Wilde, Loukashenok, Schulh. McQuade, Quack-
enbush, Brody. Windsor, Lenox. 8TH: Farley, Spring-
ford, Has+on, Schermer, Berens, Haughey, Lipson.
Drazner, Warih, ReHew, Cushman, McShain. 9TH:
Colon, Hein'rz, Graf, Wolff, Moss, Gufensfein, Wein.
Newman. Chachkes, Dunn. Tiffany. Pfelffer. IOTH:
Klein, Becker. Wesf, Lundblad, Hill, McGinley. Jervis,
Afkinsl Goeckler, Loveman, Brossman. Squ. IITH:
Rosnov, Vauchn, Rudolph, Bailin, Grufhmann, Norcross,
i JeHries, Middlefom Eugelhard, Brownback, Halpein.
Shphens. I2TH: Venger' Czako, Dauber. lngle, Mc-
Kee, Roggenburg. Crofhers, Nickles, Sfewarf. Wein-
sfein, Bursfein. Sfewar'r.
GROUP A STAFF
J. Jonesl E. BaHisfore, E. Lloyd. R. Haus-
GROUP B STAFF
A. Pugh, C. Bruckner, C. James. E. Chest
WING STAFF AND COLOR GUARD
IST ROW: R. Hameld. 2ND ROW: E.
Keebaugh. W. Whifeside. 3RD ROW: J.
Resfifo, R. RiHenband. D. S+ern, H. Har-
rison. 4TH ROW: R. Boshwit R. Lowry,
K. Baum, S. Turflefaub.
, gr x;wko
n A v
s. T 0
R. P. f
D. J. l
AI R R.O.T.C.-SQUADRON A
IST ROW: F. J. Abrahams, W. C. Cromwell, R. W.
Biehlev. C. l. Cohn. F. L. Conyers. N. H. Ehren-
reich1 R. F. Bradshaw, S. D. Chauncey. F. D. Chapef.
R. H. Denf1 F. J. Campbell, 6. A. Davis, H. A.
Bradfufe. 2ND ROW: H. M. Baum. J. S. Balser.
N. K. Ching, J. M. Jungkurfh, R. M. Alper, R. A.
Bergsfein. J. M. Eberf, D. A. Berenson. A. I. Bodner.
L. Dunning, R. H. Blume, W. E. Davidson, A. L.
Aufxien. 3RD ROW: D. M. Baer, J. H. Corrisfon,
J. R. Brans+on. F. N. Close, 5. M. Fuess, R. C.
Edwards. T. C. McGeary, K. H. Barrabee. RI
R ScheH, J. C. DZHer, I. Allen, R. K. Bluh, W. J.
BoH. 4TH ROW: J. F. Brady, W. E. Ball, J. D.
Campbell, J. F. Cavanaugh. E. Borie. C. K. Enderle,
H. R. Cadmus, J. S. Crofhers. W. P. Carey, C. L.
Apry, H. J. Colan, F. H. Casey. D. C. Berner.
5TH ROW: 5. George. D. H. Bull, C. W. Boef-
icher. J. H. Brennan. R. P. Crafon, J. B. Barf. J.
M. Curley, H. I. Cohen, H. H. Bonsall. J. G.
Baka' D. J. Beier. N. R. Greene. R. Deacon. bTH
ROW: W. R. Dangremond, S. N. Becker. D. B.
Eieson, J. E. Biava, G. F. Binder. A. D. Burling.
J. S. Cummings, J. M. Curney, R. l. Cas'ragnello,
S. T. Cole. E. H. Cohen. R. B. Brown.
AI R R.O.T.C.-$QUADRON B
IST ROW: E. M. Kafz, M. H. Goldfinger. R. M.
Houser, H. Junker, C. J. Faunce, R. W. Hay. M.
A. Kessler, J. W. Hackmasfer, H. J. Henry. K. H.
Freyer. M. T. Huber. R. DeSimone, C. A. Gachof.
2ND ROW: 6. W. Harfquisf. C. C. Easfon, K. H.
Kirfz, S. M. Goldner. F. B. Gilpin. F. H. Hull. B.
Hoppin. R. J. Fry, R. T. Cole, R. H. Hagan! S. B.
Greenberg, W. J. Hywoski, E. W. Housh. 3RD
ROW: J. A. Hann. R. C. Gill. D. C. Jaeger, H.
L. Herzog. R. A. Lipsey. A. A. Eisens+a+. P. J.
Gans, J. R. Nadler. B. E. Berns+ein, T. A. Klein,
R. W. Kinloch, J. W. Hyers, P. E. Henchey. 4TH
ROW: J. M. Handler, L. E. Hummel, R. P. Heller,
R. P. Hooper. M. Eisen, B. M. Gordon. P. S. Flem-
ing. J. J. Hafer, D. R. Fairbairn, J. A. Kopen-
haver, R. F. Heylmun, H. Goldsfein. 5TH ROW:
R. W. Graf. J. M. Dunn, W. A. Frankel, D. J.
Fendrick. L. P. GiglioHi. C. K. Kiel, F. J. Kelly.
S. P. Gadon. K. W. Keenan. R. K. Fos+er, N. R.
Gross G. Forde' R. F. Joseph. 6TH ROW: G.
Felbin, S. P. Goldsfein. R. L. DeGeHe. D. H. Karp.
M. Grodeisky, A. T. Friend, J. J. Feiicione, W. K.
Gay. C. H. Kriebel. J. H. Farren. L. M. Goldner.
D. J. Dick.
AI R R.O.T.C.-SQ UAD RON C
IST ROW: E. Messing. J. McLean F. Murphy. A.
Laur, J. Mendez, A. Levinson, A. Locasale, A. Mor-
rison, W. Liffle, A. Lubinski, J. Levine, E. lchinose.
G. Leedes. 2ND ROW: C. Lindsay, A. Margolis,
L. Leshnin. J. O'Koonl C. Klaizkin, S. Pairas, R.
MindeH, D. Lebowifz, A. Miller, J. Lamberf, B.
Johns+on, R. Laros, R. Kabaf. 3RD ROW: D.
Levy. J. Murphy, W. Manfz, 5. Gilbert D. Diper-
sfein, A. Sundel. R. Flood, C. Sander, B. Weisman,
A. Miller, E. Onimus, S. LHwinI S. Maziarz, D.
Gibson. 4TH ROW: R. McFaHs. M. Madow, R.
Kafzman, W. Nichols, R. MiHIeman, J. Ogush. T.
Pincus, J. Langdon, K. Laskey, J. Shaw, C. Herbsf.
B. Kirschner, M. Levifan. 5TH ROW: C. Marcheff,
R. Levy. J. Rhoads. D. Kuperscchmidf. J. Pasfer-
anck, H. Marfinson. S. Lipfon, J. Horowifz, S.
Mooman, J. Mellef, A. Levy, R. McLaughlin. F.
McClafchy. 6TH ROW: H. Schneider, R. Moore.
F. Landman, R. Rinne, T. Larkin, J. Massey. J.
Miller. J. Koenig. P. Newman. B. Klein. P. Lifner,
l. Lofring, E. Kelly.
AIR FORCE - R.O.T.C.
IST ROW: A. Wanger, J. To in .
R. Schwar'fz, G. Shapiro. D. Upgjgrgh'cjz 3:19PM.
M. Vandervelden, J. Thompson, H. Palm N P391.
akis, D. Smifh, N. Regner, M. s. wano'kur' 3,35
ROW: 6. L. Shockley, D. M. Swirnow, R. J. 'pend
gasf, A. P. Willish, J. W. Popper, P. J, Pieiz :2.
H. Tanenbaum, R. O. SpurHe, R. L. Traufwein DI M.
Spriizer, B. J. Sindel, R. E. YeHer, F. M Senlke; .
H. G. Spielman. 3RD ROW: R. W. YOUWBIQIOCJ'
R. R. Sfein, R. U. Spengler. R. A, ROWehl E GI
Salanfrie, R. F. Ruby, H. A. Denis, $- HI'RI'Her.
R. S. Sandler, B. O. Brockingmn' R. S. Pinker RI
WiHich, F. VifeHa, R. Silverberg. 4TH ROW'- J
H. Porfer. M. L. Ruben, R. J. Schwich, P. N. Zi.erk.
J. E. Sfemmler, R. W. Wagner, F. A. S'rein R E.
Sheridan, P. R. Wilde, J. J. Sfrauss, E. w. w'egmg
T. K. Singer, W. A. Ziegler. 5TH ROW; P E,
Raudenbusk, L. C. Prichard. C. H. Plefcher, R. B-
Price, N. J. Schuman, R. M. Samr, H. W, wag;
man, D. A. Tufein, D. P. Sheamam. C. C. Rieqer
B. H. Ross, H. J. Sandler, A. E. Rose. 6TH ROW:
J. Zahn, R. Tucci, L. Villaume, J. H. Troxell, A.
Robbins. V. Voorhis, B. Specfor, C. TuHIe, R. Reiss-
H. Tque. D. Zala. D. Tudd. H. Zenzic. I
AIR R.O.T.C. SQUADRON D E
AI R R.O.T.C.-SQUAD RON E
lST ROW: G. Hanover. M. Becker, K. Bangel, R,
Carp, F. Gusaclt, A. England. W. Bennef, D. Chit.
+ock, J. Hahn, A. Freedman. R. Bevilacqua, N. Hoch.
man. G. Evans, C. Harewood. E. Cox, J. Klau. 2ND
ROW: A. Jerrehian. A. Berk, R. Brookner, O. Fren-
zeL T. Morgan1 S. Darer, J. Ehrlich, A. Karp, L.
Cowan, W. Brandf. R. Milner, G. Haughey, A.
Gillespie. H. Diehe, J. Sherrow, P. Gordon. 3RD
ROW: C. Crooks. J. Firesfone, A. Hopkins, J.
Fleming. W. Ackerman, R. Gideon. C. Shubert
J. Delehanfy, W. Kvefkas, R. ClarkeI M. Grime,
M. Grody, R. Fehlhaber, R. Irmas, S. Cain, L.
Green. 4TH ROW: H. Glass, A. Gold, J. BarneH,
M. Goldberg. P. Davidow, E. Clark, W. Denney.
J. Nelson, A. Feldman, J. Hirsh. M. GuHerman.
R. Kurfz, R. Brigswcke, S. Bardin, L. Floge, L.
Hyde. 5TH ROW: 5. Cherein. A. Jacobs. C.
Hill. K. Hoagland' A. Kasdan, J. Eccles. T. Havi-
land. P. GlascoH, E. Lynch, A. Menfzer, R. Glass-
man. R. Brofherfon, K. Agre, H. Golomb, H.
Kammermeier, M. Johnson, D. Benson. 6TH ROW:
D. German. W. Johnson. P. Beaver, S. Davis, E.
Asplundh, B. Cedar, B. Eskow, S. Hassock, W.
HerHer. A. Bell, W. Congreve, A. Daniel. J. Jones.
J. Duncan, R. Hovis. D. Alperin.
AI R R.O.T.C.-SQUADRON F
IST ROW: P. D. PIo+nick, A. B. Weiler, S. A.
Warner, S. P. Sfrauss. G. J. Ruiz, l. S. Young, R.
A. Liguori. M. Lessen, B. L. Taffet R. G. Pin+ar, K.
L. Morgan, E. G. Sinnamon. R. K. Whifney. M.
C. Tuckman. W. VanBuren. 2ND ROW: H. W.
Odell. D. Milne. W. R. WoH. R. D. Vance, P.
Ockene, M. H. Schufzer, V. P. Raymond, R. M.
Sfone. G. L. Wolf, L. Lewis, S. A. Sheer, D. C.
Winson. S. J. Unger, C. S. Parmenkr, E. J.
O'Loughlin. E. G. Sfannard. J. H. Simon. 3RD
ROW: E. Solove, J. A. Lang. R. E. Kloepping. D. A. ,
Proc+or. G. W. Schiele. J. H. Hughes, 6. H. Con-
over, R. E. Ryman. S. L. LiHauer, C. S. Hunt L. E. '
Young. R. W. Poole, D. P. Weiss, C. A. VanSan+.
M. Seidens+ein, T. A. Merrick. 4TH ROW: W. D. . 1K
Turken. A. M. Singer, C. S. Lee. G. R. Smifh. W- 3!
A. Weaver, 6. L. Rosenfhal' R. WeilI J. D. MC-
Callum, L. S. Turner, G. D. Powell. R. W. Taylor,
W. H. Wolf, B. M. Rosen. R. K. Slussar, E. A.
Tracy, E. M. OFFen. 5TH ROW: C. E. Thrasher.
R. O. Whayland. R. A. Shepard. E. A. Lesser: J.
H. Smifh. W. C. Lee. J. F. Ryan, J. S. Resnlclr.
G. L. Markus, M. H. Marcus, H. M. Schusfer. T-
R. Sfanley, J. Ward, R. H. Weinhaub, D. Usner,
J. J. Schumacker. 6TH ROW: N. J. Schonfeld.
E. A. Sul+an, M. Price, C. L. Walker, R. M. Paulus.
M. D. Maser, T. C. Zobar. M. D. Zucker, C. C.
RohmnqI A. A. Rubin, J. R. Torruella, R. S. LeVY-
V. H. Peckman. A J. Sfaib. S. E. Sarasohn. H. M-
v... 4-,: .7 m
SiHing: R. Ryman, C. Pofash,
L. Craig, R. Markley, F. Aron,
Co. Comm J. Harkins. K.
Chavkin, J. Sfrain, W. Quinn.
2ND ROW: W.O. D. Turner, J.
Greene, R. Broiman, H. Hower,
A. Sina, Jr., H. Blumenfhal. M.
Tros+el, R. Goan'alez, J. VaIdi-
vieso, Capt 6. Lindsay. 3RD
ROW: D. Geary. L. Grad, A.
Galper. G. Besi, C. Assiff, N.
HoppleI R. Muoio. E. Civ-
idanea J. Arias. 4TH ROW:
P. Janson. H. Subira, R. Ceb-
ollero, S. Goshko. A. Fedalei.
F. CanusoI E. Fifzgerald, R.
Dawns. H. Haferkamp.
Q ARTERDECK SOCIETY
IST ROW: E. Collins, J. Ad-
kins, E. Kovanic, D. Beckman,
C. K. Russell, J. Smifh, J.
Cassidy, S. Sneafh D. Wolk,
A. Yulsman, A. Winferrleld, C.
McGillicuddy. 2ND ROW: B.
MacFarland, R. Rappaperf, D.
Ekvall, J. Brock. J. Townsley, S.
Harrell, L. Joynow, L. Ginkin-
qer, D. Salsburg, L. Rustky,
D. Markovi'rz, J. OH, W. Gil-
more. 3RD ROW: J. Monie,
S Nemecek. E. Bierly, F. Mc-
Laughlin, B. Wiggins, D. Mac-
Irie, W. Lawrence, A. Hea+h,
W. Kohler, N. Esfabrook, N.
Rieger, H. Perley. 4TH ROW:
R. Price. E. Jaffe, R. Hendrick
son, B. Kravifz, R. Sfephans,
W. Adair, C. Sfewarf, R. Frev,
E. Sfump, P. Simon, R. Wel-
ham, R. McClaichy.
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY
PROP AND WING
IST ROW: D. Sfern. C. James.
E. Silan+rie, R. Riffenband. E.
Kebauqh, R. Haff'leld, R. Haus-
man. R. Flood. R. Sandler. S.
Gilbert B. Sindel. 2ND RO :
B. Klein' D. Gibson, R. Denf,
C. Bruckner. E. Ches+nu+, J.
Jones, R. Ruby, H. Wesier-
man, E. BaHisbre. B. Bernsfein,
D. Dick. 3RD ROW: R. Silver-
berg, A. Sundel. H. Harrisom
P. Gans, A. Pugh J. Rhoads,
l. Van Voorhia B. Kirschner,
C. Sandler, P. Giglioffi.
SCABBARD AND BLADE
IST ROW: Col. E. Burns. L+. Col. H. Taylor, L+. Col. P. Hu+chinson. J. Rhoads. R.
Clarke, H. Clay. Sec.; R. Ha'rfield, Pres.; J. Wolak, Exec. OFF; F. AronI Treas.: P.
LiH'ner. B. Kirschner. Lf. Col. D. Rachael. Capf. H. Sfevens. 2ND ROW: E. Hill, D.
Wafers. W. Marx, J. Kinney. J. Weissl H. Liss. T. Siiberman. R. Brofman. B. Levy, S.
Kisber. J. Venger. J. Si'rain. 3RD ROW: E. Sfump, R. McClaTchy. B. Wiggins. C.
Russell. J. Cassidy. D. Beckman. R. WelhamI R. Sfephans. C. McGillicuddy. N. Reiger,
E. CollinsI L. Rusifzky.
The Quarferdeck Socie'ry
Endeavoring i0 Turfher coordinaie Jrhe uni? and To
provide acfiviHes Tor ifs members. Jrhe Quarierdeck So-
Ciefy is Jrhe honorary organizafior. of +he Naval R.O.T.C.
In addiiion +0 sponsoring Jrhe Radio and Rifle Clubs. +he
Sociefy promofes weekend cruises +0 Baliimore and an
annual cruise +0 Bermuda.
Penn's Chapier of Pershing Rifles. Jrhe nafional mili+ary
honor socieiy. was organized iaie in Jrhe fall of I947 as
Company 6 0T Jrhe 5+h Regiment The naiional sociefy
was founded in l894 by Jrhe General of +he Armies. John
J. Pershing. Cadefs are eiecfed +0 +he socie+y by Jrhe
consen+ of all +he acfive members.
Arnold Air Socie+y
The Arnold Air Sociefy. Prop and Wing. honorary so-
cieiy Tor ouisianding Air Force Cadeis. is fwo-fold in
ifs make-up: if serves as bo+h Jrhe Trafernal and Jrhe
organizafional cenier Tor +he Air ROTC. groups on our
couniry's college campuses. As a unifying Tacfor. if
serves +0 bude up Jrhe Jrradiiion and spirii 0T Jrhe Air
Scabbard and Blade
Scabbard and Blade, Jrhe naiicnal honorary R.O.T.C.
iraiemiiyl endeavors +0 preserve and deveiop Jrhe es-
senfial qualifies of good and eichcieni officers while pre-
paring +hem for a more adive parf in Jrhe miiifary agairs
of +he communify in which fhey may reside. PresidemL
Sfassen was a disiinguished member of +he socieiy in
his undergraduafe days.
The Military Societies
The Cadei Council, coordinaiing Jrhe Deparimenf of
Miiiiary Science wi+h Jrhe cadei body. aT-Fords a Tacilify
for Tormal hearings on grievances and submiis +hese +0
Jrhe Commandanf wifh recommendafions Tor appropriafe
adion. Elecfed by +he s+uden+ officers. +he Council
sirives +0 mainfain and develop high sfandards of ehci-
ciency and morale.
SITTING: E. Towers, D. Porier, Vice Pres.; R. Markley, Pres.;
W. Sfewa'rf, Recorder; 6. Hachar. 2ND ROW: A. Ackerman,
H. Hower, C. AssiFF. E. Brody, M. Delehan'ry. Col. E. Burns.
$175514 . ,
X 1,. fizz K
5am Sacieties of yesteryear
When the first RECORD was published in 1852, there Were
only four fraternities at Pennsylvania, the first being established
in 1849. By the time the twenty-first RECORD came out in
1873, it had this to say:
uThe exhaustive article in last year,s RECORD renders a
lengthy discussion of the merits of Secret Societies quite un-
necessary in the present issue. That they continue to exist and
flourish is evidence of their supplying a want among the students,
and as for their influence, iudging by our own class, it is largely
for good. From the first, ,73 has been strongly represented in 311
the fraternities of our College. Out of a roll of sixty-six names,
three joined the Delta Phi, now, alas! defunct, whose ghosts, all
included, strangely enough, to embonpoint, may be seen scouring
Chestnut Street any hne afternoon; ten, the Zeta Psi, and among
them are some desperately hard students in law and medicine;
five rejoice in the pleasing title of Phi Kaps, and nine stagger
under the banner of Delta Psi. Out of this noble array, eight
only, strange to say, graduate?
A group of fraternity Illedges as they
looked after an egg and mud fight with
the brothers, a part of their Hell Week
An excerpt from the RECORD of 1887:
bWhen it became necessary to decide
which society should have hrst place in
this RECORD, by virtue of superior age,
a scene of chaotic uproar ensued. The
question was brought before the meeting
by Millerhs introducing the Phi Kappa
Sigma birth certificate . . . which chal-
lenged the birthday of the Zeta Psi, and
These two gentlemen are among the-
very few who initiated the fraternity
movement at Pennsylvania. The man
on the left is Clement Biddle Penrose,
a member of the class of 1849, hrst
class of the first fraternity at Penn,
Delta Phi. On the right is Alfred Vic-
tor DuPont, one of the seven students
who founded Phi Kappa Sigma in 1850,
the first fraternity to he founded at
still further Delta Phi. As there was no
IPhi Kaph present, Leighton Lee ta Delta
PhD and two hZetes, united in greeting
the paper with shouts of derision. But
this harmony was of short duration, for
after George Pepper had dilated for half . , W Mg,
an hour on the birth and glory of his , v ,r , . i
Chapter, declaring that Zeta Psi should 5; : r-
go in first, because he believed that the lth --ww!W : ; i V??? i?
Delta Phi had not always been alive and ? N i i: ; i , g t i ;
kicking. Leighton, to show that he, at g ' . w w s e 1W???"
least, was alive and kicking, concluded I I J 'F' f,
with an hundercuth on G.W.P.,s car? i I v I ' r i I X F :
The Psi Upsilon House at Penn , f . ' t
was the hrst fraternity house to 14: 4', , E'
be built on the present campus. W" FF
It was erected in 1896.
?ratamify Km , 40 Liam Aw
Sigma N u
Alpha Tan Omega
Beta Theta Pi
,mmwwwVpny MN , w'
Awe; ob; Rim
Delta Kappa Epsilon Phi Sigma Kappa Acacia
Deita Tau Delta
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Lambda Chi 11113135:
Zeta Beta Tan
; ., 1
Sigma Alfqu kgxuur
The opening of rushing season in March, 1919, was
met with vigor by these and other fraternity men.
At that time rushing procedure was much simpler
and competition much keener. No holds were barred
as the fraternity men would try to induce the
rushees to join their respective houses. Before the
days of peanuts, mints and Com Cola, rushees were
literally grabbed off the trains as they arrived in
. . . Sweetheart 51mg
, 1' 7 hti'llfw
.- www.ww" My.
Under +he guidance of Chaplain Harris. Penn's
fra+erni+ies sponsor an AH-Universify Chapel in
Irvine Audi+orium during Infer-Frafernify Week.
Faculfy and +he adminis+ra+ion sip punch and chef
wi+h s+uden+s a+ a "Faculfy Tea." one of +he feafures
on +he I-F program.
The annual Pi Kappa Alpha award +0 Hwe "Bes+
Pledge" af Pennsylvania is presen+ed during cere-
monies a+ +he l-F Ball +0 Fredrick Dodge of Acacia
IST ROW: P. Williams, D. Thomas, J. Delehanfy, J.
Newman, D. Rech. Sec.: C. Bryan. Pres.: P. Young,
Treas.; J. Davis, H. Thompson. C. Russell, H. Bron-
ner. 2ND ROW: G. Balbach, M. Trouf, H. Perley.
R. Welham, W. Forrest M. Huber. B. Smifh. J.
Bloom. P. Neffler, H. DiPreJrore. R. Genher. D. Mil-
ler. 3RD ROW: N. Esfabrook, S. Cowan. W. Gross.
J. Thompson. J. German. J. Arzaniewicz, R. Golub.
6. Banks. B. MacFarIand. 4TH ROW: J. O'Neil. B.
Lewy. F. Alleva, F. Pflueger, R. BrophyI N. Tracy. G.
Beckerman. R. Kully. B. Golds+ien. L. Gold. 5TH
ROW: B. Saul, P. JanneHa, R. Faher+y, J. Osferman.
J. Smifh. B. Berf, J. Mack, K. Burnsfine.
+he climax of a
spirifed and evenHul I-F Week a+ Pennsyl-
i+y Ball held
a +housand couples and
The annual In+er-
Under the chandelier.
Behind the eight ball.
bandaid, coming up.
W Founded in 1924 at University of Michigan.
Franklin chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1906.
Venerable Dean-Ronald Genther
Senior Dean-Hugh DePreiore
Treasurer Rcbert Shirley
TOP ROW: R. Shirley, J. Gilbert F. Foufz, F. Dodge, J. Allin. SECOND ROW: A. Richards, J. Nucca,
R. Rieder, H. DePreIore, R. Mecca, H. Mathews, D. Wintz. BOTTOM ROW: J. Fonlaine, G. Peterson,
P. Young, R. Geniher, J. Crawford, R. White.
Founded in 1895 at Trinity College.
Phi Phi chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1896.
PresidenI Barfon B. Pilcher
Vice-Presideni Horace L. Kephart
Secretary David F. W. Schmidt
Treasurer-Dcwid Lloyd, lll
TOP ROW: W. Walsh, M. Misavage, A. Sfaib, E. Schissel, J. Smith, H. Perley, M. Ford, H. Ferguson,
J. Selecky, J. leFerovirh. THIRD ROW: K. Morgan, J. Dougherty, L. Reponen, E. Superko, J. Norcross,
C. Search, V. Kuniara, D. Usner. SECOND ROW: J. Topping, L. Peterson, D. Stark, V. Reininger,
P. Troullos, R. Sullivan, H. lnman, A. Conklin, P. Pacinelli, J. Crofhers. BOTTOM ROW: K. Thomas,
B. Kruvitz, C. Easton, D. Lloyd, B. Pilcher, H. Kepharf, D. Schmidt, J. Wullack, D. D'lmperio.
Alpha Chi Rho
Just a flock of "Crows."
There'll be some changes made.
TOP ROW: M. Stu", W. Stein, J. Weinstein, M. Wmshaw, N. Sthoenfxeld, A. Miller, N. Bowdan. THIRD
ROW: J. Goshko, D. Spiro, G. RoHner, R. Weintraub, D. Beck, J. Lambert, E. Gordon. SECOND ROW:
L. Cohen, E. Becker, M. Leopold, S. Levine, M. Stevnlicht, M. Turkel, R. Moscowi'z, R. Cohen. BOTTOM
ROW: R. Singer, K. Barrubee, E. Padger, J. Weisberf, S. Wechsler, J. Dimens'ein, M. Goldfurb, H.
MasteriAlvan Sherman Master9lvun Sherman
Lieutenant Master9Allan Nimensky Exchequer9David Leinwald
Exchequer9David Leinwand ScribetHoward Paschman
Scribe-Howczrd Pashman Sentinel-Stephen Lebow
Founded in 1913 at New York University.
Gamma chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1919.
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Will "Ike" run in '52?
DAVID A. MILLER
ROBERT M. AGULNICK
DAVID K. LEBOWITZ
JOSEPH W POPPER
ALAN J. SCHACTMAN
WILLIAM J. STEIN
MARTIN L. WARSAW
The pause that refreshes!
Alpha Sigma Phi
PHILIP N. BAKER
HERBERT A. CARMEN
ROBERT L. DENNY
DONALD R. GANT
HAROLD E. IKELER
PHILIP M. HORAN
WARREN F. JAUSSI
WILLIAM G. lAVEN
JOHN P. LIGHT
lAURENCE R. MAXWELL
WILLIAM J. McCONNElL
RYLAND S. MERKEY
DONALD l. RECH
JOHN H. SHAW
SAMUEL E: SMITH
BRUCE N. WILLIA
J. WILLIAM WORRALL
RICHARD M. FARINA
EDWARD J. FEENANE
RICHARD W. GRAFTON
HOWARD B. PHILLIPS
ALLEN J. POTTS
THADDEUS J. PUZIO
JOHN J. REESE
HIGH P. WILSON
FILENO A. ALLEVA
WILLIAM C. ARNOLD
THOMAS L. DUNN
CHARLES J. FAUNCE
ANDREW J. MAINARDI
EDWARD W. RYAN
TRISTAN J. ARGENTI
DAVID R. JOHNSON
ROBERT C. KRAUSS
DEAN N. LEKAS
ARTHUR J. MacLEAN
ARTHUR D. MAXWELL
NICHOLAS S. PISTOLAKIS
JUAN J. RESTREPO
Who dealt this mess?
Founded in 1845 at Yale University.
Omicron chapter established 01 Pennsylvania in 1914.
Presidenf-Herbert Carmen Preside'nf-Donald L. Rech
Vice-Presidenf-William J. McConnell Vice-President-Philip N. Baker
SecrefuIy-Cha,rles J. Faunce Secretary1-Edward W. Ryan
Treasurer-Bruce N. Willis Treasurer--Bruce N. Willis
TOP ROW: D. Rech, P. Horan, J. Light, W. Arnold, J. Reese, W. Jaussi, H. Wilson, E. Feenune, D.
Johnson. SECOND ROW: A Maxwell, W. Worrel, R. Denny, R. Kraus, N. Pistolaukis, S. Smith, D. Ganl,
A. Pons, R. Grafton. BOTTOM ROW: J. Show, P. Baker, B. Willis, H. Carmen, F. Allevu, W. Laven,
Founded in 1865 at Virginia Military Institute.
Tau chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1881.
Master Frank Pofochney
Chaplain Roberf Vaupel
Keeper Of Exchequer Donald Davis
TOP ROW: R. Taylor, M. Griffian, S. Preston, A. Adams, W. Kohlev, J. Evans, R. Voighf, C. Lees, D.
Bruce. THIRD ROW: D. Deukyne, D. Kemmerer, G. Vrunos, T. Lawson, R. Loder, D. Powell, R. Merkel,
C. Walker. SECOND ROW: N. Rieger, J. Williams, J. Freeland, S. Huggerty, E. Collins, E. Salanrrie,
D. Clark, C. Cain, G. Shockey. BOTTOM ROW: T. Collins, H. Foster, R. Smith, C. Boeheim, R. Vaupel,
D. Davis, 5. Joy, D. Herdeg.
Music hath charms.
DAVID ST. GEORGE
H. JAY COZZOLINO
MARTIN GRIFFIN, JR.
6. DAVID POWELL
H. ROBERT VOIGT
Alpha Tau Omega
"And it's corset in the stretch."
TOP ROW: H. Alpert, M Kasper. S. Stein, M. Zucker, L. Medvene, N. Greene, D. Proctor, S. Gordon,
R. Bernstein, J. Simpson, B. Schwartz, M. Madow. FOURTH IiOW: J. Angus, E. Cooper, A. Meltxer,
Kramer, G. Davis, E. Solovei, J. Pomeranfz, J. Gaspari, 5. Stem, A. Fisher, N. Melnick,
THIRD ROW: F. Robbins, M. Gushner, W. Rosenberg, H. Smolen, D. Ross,
B. Kerr, M.
W. Hoffman, R. Cummins.
W. Rosenblith, R. MiNIeman, P, Levy, D. Tei1elbaum, l. Getz, N. Kartiganer, R. Levy. SECOND ROW:
G. Weinbaum, J. Newman, 5. Sopher, B. Kirschner, J. Silverbarg, N. Shuman, H. Janis, K. Soll, H.
Sussman, R. Jones, A. Schreier, A. Landismun, F. Bernstein. BOTYOM ROW: L. Rusitsky, P. Bcssen, E.
Solomon, J. Smith, D. Fendrick, R. Fendrick, H. Rubenstein, H. Kanlor, S. Weinbuum, L. Leibmcln, M. Finkle.
Chancellor RonaId Fendrick Chancellorthoward J. Rubenstein
Vice-Chancellor Merle Finkel Vice-Chancellor Steve R. Levitan
Auditor-Donold Fenclrick Auditothen S. Liebman
Recorder-Norman Shuman Recorder Norman Shuman
Founded in 1910 at Cornell University.
Epsilon chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1922.
New l-F Champs.
Somebody missed rehearsal.
Beta Theta Pi
Swirling gowns 5 fragrant per-
KENNETH R. BAUMLER
EDWARD C. BOU
FRANK F. BROWN
WILLIAM N. CLARK
RICHARD J. DOUGHERTY
ROBERT M. FLOOD, JR.
DAVID S. FORREST
WILLIAM McE. FORREST
PAUL B. GREEN
RICHARD C. HEDGES
PAUL E. KEOGH
NORMAN R. LANGE
JOHN C. McCOMBS
DONALD H. MURRAY
EDWARD S. ODGERS
DANIEL A. BAUGH
JOHN H. CLINE
ROBERT H. DEMPSEY
NATHANIEL R. ELLIOT, JR.
FRASER A. HALE
RICHARD A. HARTER
MICHEL T. HUBER
WllliAM R. LEONARD
JAMES W. lllLlE, JR.
MOTT R. lINN
PAUL H. McNAMARA
WILLIAM A. MIXON
FOSTER B. SIMMONS, JR.
WILLIAM W. WATKINS, JR
JOHN S. ALSENTZER
CHESTER D. CORNOG
JOHN M. CURLEY
ROBERT W. DENNEY
JOHN DERN, JR.
"lFs the piano, not I."
DAVID L. FAHERTY
DOUGLAS C. GEARY
RICHARD F. HEYLMUN, JR.
THOMAS H. KELLEY, JR.
THOMAS O. JONES
LAURANCE E. MASTERS
WILBUR M. MAURATH, JR.
JAMES L. McARDLE
RICHARD S. McLAUGHLIN
ALFRED G. MUENCH, JR.
ROBERT C. REISS
CLYDE S. THOMAS, JR.
JAMES H. TROXELL
J. RAY VanMETER, JR.
EUGENE W. WEAVER
H. CRAIG WHITAKER
RICHARD J. CLANCY
MICHAEL l. DALTON
RUSSELL J. DOWN
PETER J. ERCEG
DAVID S. GRAHAM
JAMES D. HENDERSON, Ill
DAVID M. HOUSTON, JR.
WILFRED C. LEE
JOSEPH S. LENNOX, JR.
KENNETH E. LIDDICK
ROBERT F. lONGLEY
KINNAIRD S. MCQUADE
RONALD A. MILLER
DONAlD E. MULLIGAN
JOHN B. PIERPONT
ALEXANDER W. ROSS
FRANZ K. SCHNEIDER, JR.
ROBERT H. SPILLER
ROBERT E. TIFFANY
FRANCIS G. VITETTA
"Watch this 'english,' boys."
Founded in 1839 at Miami University.
Phi chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1880.
Presidenf William Forrest
Vice-Presideni John Tucker
Secretary WilIiam Mixon
Treasurer-Robert Flood, Jr.
FIRST ROW: P. Green, P. Keogh, N. Lange, D. Forres', J. Tucker, W. Forres', R. Flood, K. Baumler, J.
McCombs, R. Hedges, W. Clarke. SECOND ROW: T. Jones, M. Dul'on, K. McOade, A. Muench, B. Sim-
mons, M. Huber, J. Alsentxer, R. Dempsey, W. Watkins, D. Bough, S. Lennox, H. Cline, F. Brown.
THIRD ROW: J. Lillie, J. Henderson, W. lee, R. Spiller, R. Miller, J. McArdle, D. Faherly, R. Reiss,
J. Curley, D. Graham, R. Denney, W. Mixon, R. Tiffany, F. Vi'eNu. FOURTH ROW: E. Bou, R. Har'er,
R. Down, D. Houston, K. Liddick, M. Linn, R. McLaughlin, F. Hale, F. Sthneider, R. Clancey, R. Langley,
C. Whitaker, R. VanMe'er, E. Weaver, W. Mauruth.
Founded in 1844 at Yale University.
Delta Kappa chapier established of Pennsylvania in 1899.
PresidenI Clinton A. Packard
Vice-Presidenl--Arthur T. Castillo
Secretary-Pa!mer Smith, III
Treasurer Phillip A. West
TOP ROW: J. Salisbury, W. Lippinco", W. Hidlay, J. Dineen, K. Smith. FOURTH ROW: E. Killian,
S. Cushing, J. McCallum, F. Bethe, R. Hooper, R. Owen, L. Zullinger, R. Glover. THIRD ROW: K. Keenan,
L. Mercer, C. Mathews, W. Van Buren, J. Sweeney, S. Davis, H. Walker, F. Mayorall, L. Bowie.
SECOND ROW: J. Gilroy, P. Barre", S. Overin, C. Tuttle, J. Bruno, R. Manin, S. Turner, J. Smith, J.
Daugherty. BOTTOM IROW: N. Forker, H. Pappus, F. Lemont, R. McClatchy, C. Packard, A. Castillo,
P. West, R. Whelham, C. Kirk.
ARTHUR T. COSTILLO
THOMAS DUGAN, JR.
FREDERICK LEMONT, ll
RICHARD McCLATCHY, ll
CLINTON A. PACKARD
HARRY P. PAPPAS
PALMER SMITH, Ill
PHILLIP A. WEST
The fleet's in!
STURTEVANT M. OVERIN, III
FRED BOTHE, ll
SMITH DAVIS, H
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Anyone for checkers?
TOP ROW: D. Waiers, E. Clapp, C. Davis, D. Milne, W. Denny. SECOND ROW: W. Corey, E. Clark,
T. Sholler, J. Somers, J. Brock, L. Hardy. BOTTOM ROW: 8. Soul, C. Evans, D. Miller, J. Davis, K.
President-David Tolman Miller Presidenthames K. Davis, Jr.
Vice-Presideni James K. Davis Vice-Presidenf-W. Polk Carey
Secretary B. Francis Saul, Ill Secretary-Lawrence C. Hardy
Treasurer Charles 8. Evans Treasurer-J. Warren Brock, Jr.
Founded in 1827.
Eta chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1849.
JAMES K. DAVIS, JR.
CHARLES B. EVANS
DAVID TOLMAN MILLER
LEONARD E. RYAN
C. WEBSTER ABBOTT, III
J. WARREN BROCK, JR.
WILLIAM POLK CAREY
J. DONALD GINDHART
LAWRENCE C. HARDY
B. FRANCIS SAUL, Ill
CHARLES L. ABRY, IV
DONELSON F. HOOPES
DAVID M. C. C. JEWETT
RAWSON G. LIZARS
C. KILBURN ROULETTE
JAMES FRANCIS SOMERS
DAVID ROGERS WATERS
A. ANDREWS WHITMAN, II
EDGAR SANDERFORD CLARK
WILLIAM F. DENNY, Ill
EDWARD M. K. KLAPP
DAVID MILNE, IV
Best foot forward.
Hold that pose!
Men of leisure.
Here come the girls.
WILLIAM CHAPMAN, ll
PAUL MONAGHAN, JR.
HENRY CLIFFORD, JR.
JOHNS HOPKINS, JR.
Sing it pretty, pardnuh!
PAUL HENCHEY, JR.
GEOFFREY B. DOUGHERTY
M. B. KLING
JAMES D. WINSOR
"Table Tennis 3b."
Founded in 1847.
Delta chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1851.
Rushing Chairman-Henry CliHord, Jr.
TOP ROW: C. YarnuIl, S. Keith, C. Ganoe, C. BeaNy, B. Henchey, M. Pierson, R. Batchelor, F. Landmun.
THIRD ROW: P. Sellets, J. Dougherty, P. Justi, J. Cushman, E. Cooper, G. Thayer, J. Windsor, J. Taran-
9ino. SECOND Row: K Hoagland, F. Pfiueger, K. Schnebly, J. Willcox, D. Turein, N. Sellers, J. Hull,
J. Gould, R. Pearce. BOTTOM ROW: H. CliKord, J. McCall, H. Pendelgrass, C. Welsh, G. Hundt, W.
Chapman, C. Henchey, L. Santa-Muriu, H. Thompson.
Founded in 1859 at Bethany College.
Omega chapter established at Pennsylvania In 1897.
Presideni-Charles K. Russell
Vice-Presiden!-Henry T. Wallhauser
Treasurer-Stephen L. LiMauer
Recording Secretary-Vincenf A. Crisanfi
Corresponding Secretary-Richard E.
TOP ROW: R. Huuslein; J. Mapes, J. Williams, C. Mapel, G. Smi'h, R. Taylor, D. Burling, R. Yocum,
T. Singer, C. Edwards. FOURTH ROW: T. Crabbe, R. Sheridan, J. Wood, A. Yarnall, B. Fitzpatrick,
D. Ornston, R. Whilcomb, J. Erickson, G. Cole, S. Harrell, E. Fcbricius. THIRD ROW: R. Fos'er, W. Housh,
C. Cubiccioli, R. lowery, R. Morrison, R. Paulis, S. Neuhard, C. Cox, J. McDonell, B. Williams. SECOND
ROW: W. Gallagher, T. O'Neil, N. Stevens, T. Scotes, G. Rieder, l. Groo, R. Johnson, M. Troui, W. Gay,
R. Sweeney, J. McCawl R. Aikins, R. Hompe. BOTTOM ROW: C. Schrope, J. Jones, I. Miller, J. Crisanti,
H. Wallhauser, C. Russell, S. Littauer, R. Johnston, J. Smilgin, F. Sianbro.
IRVING MILLER, JR.
ISAAC VanVOORHIS, JR.
CHARLES EDWARDS, ll
JOHN McCAW, JR.
CARL MAPEL, JR.
GEORGE COLE, JR.
HAROLD COX, JR.
Learning the hard way.
THOMAS O'NEILL, JR.
SUMNER WILLIAMS, JR.
JOHN ERRICKSON, Ill
Delta Tau Delta
FIRST ROW: F. McKee, D. Grim, E. Maska, V. Hellman, A. Brenner, D. Smith, L. Ketner, S. Radcliff.
SECOND ROW: W. Oslermeyer, P. Hicks, J. Pickett, H. VanSciver, A. Elseroad, J. Yugo, B. Goodwin,
THIRD ROW: B. Kopp, A. NeH, G. Gtaf, D. Parner, D. Ouackenbush, P. Way, T. Maher.
FOURTH ROW: P. Pinto, R. McVay, J. Peeney, J. Higgins, F. Koper, W. Hadley, R. Hazen. FIFTH ROW:
H. Haferkamp, J. Waierl, P. Dennunt, J. Mancini, J. Newpher.
Presidenf Vicfor Hellman
Vice-Presidenf Alan Bronner
Secretary Richard Smith
Treasurer Edwin Maska
Presidenf-Henry F. Thompson
Vice-President4 James B. Webber
Secretary Bruce Goodwin
Treasurer-Ralph E. Pearce, Jr.
Founded in 1834 of Williams College.
Established of Pennsylvania in 1888.
The alumni meet the pledges.
"Don't wait for me, fellows."
irfeen in the corner pocket.
S M. FUELLING
A. RICHARD VALLSO
EDWARD R. KOHNSTAM
JULIO D. LECUONA
GEORGE H. STEWART
J. BOYD BERT
JOHN M. CALANDRA
SYDNEY T. FISHER
R. JOHN HASTON
Founded in 1825 at Union College.
Established :11 Pennsylvania in 1913.
Presidenf-wJulio D. Lecuona
Vice-Presidenf Robert Ashworth
TOP ROW: J. Calandra, F. Lecours, R. Huston, J. Ben. SECOND ROW: G. Stewart, J. FuelIing, J. Smith,
E. Kohnstam. BOTTOM ROW: H. Williams, R. Ashworfh, J. Lecuona, J. Hopes.
Founded in 1911 at the University of Rochester.
Nu chapter established on Pennsylvania in 1919.
Presidenf-rDavid S. Geldzahler
TOP ROW: 1.. Glazermon, M. Krome, W. Zweiner, A. Gallant, L. Propp, L. Reifberg, A. Singer, J. Horo-
witz. SECOND ROW: J. Pressner, S. Brown, R. Singer, J. Berney, B. Eskow, M. Seaman, 3. Ross, A.
Bodner. BOTTOM ROW: 54 Klausner, M. Fish, A. Blum, M. Milston, G. Beckerman, M. Altman, L. Gold-
stein, L. Butwin.
IRWIN M. FREUNDLICH
"There are only four of us."
Time out for dancing.
FIRST ROW: L. Blimline, R. Ollivierre, J. McGowan, W. Chadwick, E. Norian, J. Lessig, M. Morrison,
M. Stevens, .3. Thompson, J. Thomas. SECOND ROW: J. Dunn, R. Genes, B. Johnson, P. Gluscott, H.
Parkhursf, R. Berg, T. Cunha, J. Mellet, H. Spellman, W. Shomo. THIRD ROW: R. Sulch, F. Branagan,
J. Hinkle, C. Assiff, R Sherbahn, C. Geiger, J. Arzaniwiez, A. Baum, M. Ryan, F. Soulas. FOURTH
ROW: R. YeMer, R. Johnson, R. Weiss, B. Heinn, R. Price, 6. Clement, A. Wilde, F. Webev, D. Lundblad,
G. lewis, R. Tomicki. FIFTH ROW: H. Fairchild, B. Bortree, D. Kobet, E Smith, E. Scoville, G. Smigo,
J. Bincarowski, S. Snelgrove, J. Mecaughey.
Grand Master-Lester L. Lessig, Jr.
Grand Procurator-Malcolm A. Mor-
Grand Treasurer Matthew J. Steph-
Grand Scribe Edchrd G. Norian
Grand Master John R. Thompson
Grand Procurafor Richard W. Olliv-
Grand Treasurer George J. Smigo
Grand Scribe--Joseph B. Arzaniewicz
Founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia.
AIpha-Epsilon chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1892.
And for dessert, "mystery pud-
ALAN M. BAUM
ROBERT O. BERG
JOHN M. BERGIN
LEON R. BLIMLINE
WILLIAM H. BORTREE
A. HOLLAND FAIRCHILD
JOSEPH G. FLANIGAN
ROBERT H. FREY
WILLIAM E. JEFFRIES, JR.
lESTER L. LESSIG, JR.
RICHARD M. LYNCH
JOSEPH N. McGOWAN
JOHN L. MECAUGHEY, JR.
MALCOLM A. MORRISON
EDWARD G. NORIAN
RICHARD W. OLLIVIERRE
HENRY W. PARKHURST, JR.
FRANK S. SHEEHY, JR.
WORTHINGTON C. SHOMO
EDWARD F. SHURTLEFF
EDWARD 6. SMITH
EDWARD R. SNELGROVE
HARRY J. SPELLMAN
MATTHEW J. STEPHENS
PAUL E. TAYLOR, JR.
JOHN D. THOMAS
JOHN R. THOMPSON
EDWARD A. AGNEW, JR.
CHARLES B. ASSIFF
FRANCIS B. J. BRANAGAN, JR.
PAUL H. BROWN, JR.
WILLIAM M. DEUBER
JOSEPH L. DEVANEY
ROBERT D. DeWITT
RICHARD C. GATES
CARL W. GEIGER
PETER A. GLASCOYT
ROBERT B. HEINTZ
JOHN S. HINKLE, IV
WHITNEY H. JOHNSON
GREGORY S. OLEKSZAK
WILLIAM J. O'CONNOR
R. RICHARD SHERBAHN
NORMAN T. WILDE, JR.
M. THOMAS VESEY
JOSEPH B. ARZANIEWICZ
JOSEPH BINCAROWSKY, JR.
ANTHONY J. CUGINI
JAMES M. DUNN, JR.
ROBERT P. JOHNSON
RICHARD 8. PRICE
GEORGE J. SMIGO, JR.
FREDERICK B. SOULAS
ROBERT R. WEISS
ROBERT E. YETTER
JAMES F. BRADY
GORDON S. CLEMENT
ANTHONY P. CUNHA
DALE S. KOBER
GEORGE S. lEWlS
DANIEL M. LUNDBLAD
ALEX M. LOUKASHENOK
RALPH F. MINERVINO, JR.
HAROLD W. ODELL
MATTHEW J. RYAN
EDWARD G. SCOVEL, JR.
WILLIAM R. SUTCH
JOHN T. TOMICKI
FRANK J. WEBER
WILLIAM L. WEBER
ALAN H. WILDE
Pointing with pride.
Lambda Chi Alpha
P. ERIC OPPENHEIMER
A green ball next.
C. JAMES APPLETON
A thirsty bunch.
Founded in 1909 01 Boston University.
Epsilon Zeta established of Pennsylvania in 1913.
President--Victor DeLon President1Bernard MucFarland
Vice-Presidenf-Richard Muhlberger Vice-President-fBarry Knerr
Secretary1Bernard MacForland Secretary-C. James Appleton, III
TreasurerHAlberto Paracchini Treasurer-Charles Boettcher
TOP ROW: H. Boluta, J. Monio, C. Apple'on, J. Haler, G. Banks, C. Berly, R. Monsul, P. Sena, N.
Lucas. THIRD ROW: R. Crum, S. AIvurez, P. Kempchinsky, F. Santoni, W. Kingsley, J. Valdivieso, G.
Kirvay, R. Bucci, M. Kaschak. SECOND ROW: G. Franklin, 54 Finkler, W. Galbraith, B. Knerr, E. Bierly,
J. 51min, 5. Gianopoulus, T. Egner, R. Gallagher. BOTTOM ROW: E. Oppenheimer, J. Greene, D. Barion,
B. MacFarlandl A. Parauhini, V. DeLan, R. Muhlbetger, R. Kowalski, R. Seibert, P. Marcuson.
Founded in 1848 at Miami University of Ohio.
Zeta chapter established in 1883.
President Raymond F. Dacek Presidenf-James T. Tobin
Reporter-Charles W. McKinney Vice-Presidenf -Charles H. McKinney
Secretary FroInk W. Sanford Secretary Roger P. Craton
Treasurer DonaId I. McDavid Treasurer-Donald l. McDavid
TOP ROW: J. Cimikosky, J. Manley, D. Gumen, W. Wickershum, A. Gabviel, W. Ackermun, F. Senkewicz,
D. Gibson, B. Williams, J. Bushek, P. Tobin, E. Binkowski. FOURTH ROW: H. Palm, J. Cavanaugh,
J. Seeley, R. Craton, F. McClaIchy, P. Klahr, J. Townsley, J. Mack, D. Cadof, J. Brennan, 8. Borkowski,
R. Moore. THIRD ROW: R. Rowell, H. Bun, J. Woodman, R. Feldhaber, L. Brownson, H. Dawson, C.
Stewart, C. Redifer, G. Bossier, R. Wickel, F. Gibson. SECOND ROW: D. Jaeger, R. Augustims, J. Flood,
R. Graff, D. Slultery, R. Stewart, R. McGee, K. Hey, J. Sears, R. Lewis, F. Sanford, R. Aruffo. BOTTOM
ROW: W. Callahan, D. Jacoby, J. Tobin, A. Thomson, J. Thomas, D, MacDavid, R. Dacek, J. Boyd,
D. Brenner, C. McKinney, R. Conaway, J. McGonigul.
JAMES l. aovo
RAYMOND F. DACEK
RICHARD A. LEWIS
DONALD I. MacDAVID
CHARLES H. McKINNEY
JOHN w. RORER
JOHN s. THOMAS
JAMES T. TOBIN
ROY J. ARUFFO
CHARLES R. CONAWAY
DONAlD O. COX
ROBERT J. MAGEE
FRANK W. SANFORD
JAMES A. SEARS
THOMAS C. SENFF
CHARLES A. STEWART, JR.
JAMES H. BENNAN, JR.
BERNARD J. BORKOWSKI
JOSEPH F. BUSHEK
HAROLD S. BUTZ, JR.
DONALD K. CADOT
ROGER P. CRATON
HUGH L. DAWSON
CHARLES K. EATON
Phi Delta Theta
Assume the position.
ROBERT F. FEHLHABER
GERALD F. FLOOD
DENNIS W. GIBSON
FRANK B. GIBSON, JR.
KARL G. HEY
JOHN P. JONES
JOHN C. MACK
JOSEPH D. McGONAGLE
JAMES E. SEELEY
FRANK W. SHANNON
JESSE M, TOWNSLEY, JR.
BRUCE E. WILLIAMS
JULIAN D. FLEMING
CARL H. KNOX
CHARLES J. REDIFER
FRANK W. SENKEWICZ
PHILLIP T. TOBIN
J. WILLIAM WICKERSHAM
Home was never hke this. Tlme out for beers.
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This is a cam field?
Boys, babes, and bottles...
M" vii: 't Iem
Strictly members of AA.
A bevy of chorus beauiies.
TOP ROW: C. Cohen, G. levine, H. Salwen, M. Kessler, H. Greenbevg, D. Levinson, R. Kali, B. Mitchell,
B. Shofer, J. Klau. FOURTH ROW: R. Glaman, J. Resnick, D. Zitser, 5. Fox, M. Schwartzstein, R. Feller,
R. Rosenbleeth, L. Stern, J. Dienstag, R. Levitan, R. Lebov. THIRD ROW: D. Schreiber, G. Rosenthal,
H. Abelow, P. Goldstein, L. Grody, E. Brody, l. Fischman, J. Weiss, V. Barnett, R. Kapp, J. Binder,
D. Leff. SECOND ROW: B. Burger, M. Tanur, J. Chackes, A. Sunshine, W. Goldsmiih, R. Hirshom, S.
Spunt, R. Nagle, F. Home, R. Block, L. Done, J. Stemmler. BO1TOM ROW: M. Dwoken, M. Bernstein,
D. Lipsey, A. Demon, L. Fine, B. Mitchell, R. Erdos, M. Goldman, M. Bumstein, S. Levy, M. Feldman,
Recording Secretary-Barry Peril
Founded in 1887 at the College of the City of New York.
Eta chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1907.
At the bar.
"Drink a highball5"
It's I'Uncle Miliie" time.
DAVID E. CASSIDY
BRUCE E. CRAWFORD
JOHN W. DAY
ROBERT E. DOYLE
JEROME F. KINNEY
JAMES F. KRIEBEL
JOHN l. MATHER
CORNELIUS McGlLLICUDDY, ll
RICHARD D. MOSELY
HUGH G. O'NEILL
JOHN M. PURINTON
ROLAND R. RANDALL
ROBERT H. ROBINSON
ELTON A. ROOT
RICHARD G. RYAN
CARL l. SANDER
FRANCIS X. WELLS
FRANK E. WILCHER
GLENN T. ADAMS
JOHN F. BRITTON
JOHN L. FARMAKIS
WILLIAM L. HILLS
PETER J. JANNETTA
EDMUND C. LYNCH
MICHEL A. MANKO
JOHN M. McCONNElL
FRANK C. McLAUGHLIN
ROBERT P. OBERLY
HENRY E. PROTZMAN
WARREN A. RADCLIFFE
JAMES H. WHITMOYER
CHARLES H. ZIMMERMAN
WILLIAM F. SIMPSON
HENRY A. BONSALL
PHILIP A. HEMINGWAY
JENE l. OAKES
ADOLPH O. SCHAEFER
JOHN F. RUSSELL
CLYDE F. WILMETH
DABNEY B. BENSON
RAYMOND F. BOHMAN
GEORGE E. McLAUGHLIN
HOWARD R. MERRIMAN
JOHN H. PORTER
Founded in 1848 at Jefferson College.
Beta chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1881.
Presidenf-C. Richard Ryan
Recording Secretary8Frank E. Wilcher
Corresponding Secretary-Hugh G.
Treasurer8Jerome F. Kinney
TOP ROW: H. Merriman, J. Lindley, D. Sullivan, E. Carey, T. Gillespie, R. Bohman, N. Riley, D. Benson,
R. Chadwell. FOURTH ROW: R. Giles, J. Pendleton, A. Russell, C. Tollious, F. Thompson, R. Handey,
D. Martin, V. Peckham, J. Bruithewaite, G. Scott, P. Fink. THIRD ROW: E. Oslergaard, J. Gallagher,
C. Wilmeth, K. Hill, W. RadcliRe, J. Formaikis, H. Bonsell, R. McGinley, G. Oakes, A. SchaHer, R.
Campbell. SECOND ROW: W. Klenk, D. Macke, P. Janene, E. Lynch, F. McLaughlin, H. Provzman, M.
Manko, R. Oberly, W. Hills, H. Lucas, B. Murdoch. BOTTOM1ROW: C. Zimmerman, D. Piccone, D.
Cossidy, C. Sander, H. O'Neil, F. Wilcher, R. Ryan, J. Kinney, R. Randall, C. Muck, J. Purinton.
Founded in 1852 at Washington and Jefferson College.
Established at Pennsylvania in 1877.
Presidenr DonaId J. Loughlin
Vice-Presideni -J. Paul Schroads
Secretary-Douglas J. Hillmann
Treasurer-Walter B. McNutt
TOP ROW: G. Herndon, E. Simmons, N. Frenzel, J. O'Neill, J. Runzer, D. Tomlinson, L Rollo, J. Lucy.
SECOND ROW: W. Brandt, E. Doran, J. Carine, D. Smi'h, R. McGowan, E. Allwein, F. Reiter, R. Poole.
BOTTOM ROW: A. McCray, C. Marion, H. O'Neill, D. Mulschler, D. Loughlin, D. Hillmon, B. Lewy,
D. Gray, R. Dolan.
"fix Kill Wi ' -'
Entertaining an old grad.
SIDNEY L. CARR
DAVID M. GRAY
DOUGLAS J. HILLMAN
HOMER L. LITZENBERG, III
DONALD J. LOUGHLIN
CHARLES H. MARION
HUGH K. McCLOY
ALFRED J. McCRAY
WALTER B. McNUTT
DONALD S. MUTSCHLER
J. PAUL SCHROADS
EDWARD F. ALLWEIN
WILLIAM J. FRITZ, JR.
FRANCIS W. HEALY
EUGENE J. MANISCALCO
JACK W. MclNNIS
GEORGE P. MOYLAN
HENRY J. O'NEILL, JR.
JOSEPH D. O'NEILL
ROBERT W. POOLE
ALAN E. SCHWEIGER
OSCAR F. SPICER
OTTO N. FRENZEL
C. GORDON HERNDON
STERLING F. HIGLEY
JAMES D. LANGDON
KARL D. MERBRIER
RICHARD D. POPPER
FRED B. REITER
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FIRST ROW: J. leach, G. Pruchen, K. Simsarian, M. DelehanOy, D. Knapp, J. Delehonty, D. lewis, A.
McComas, R. Clappier, R. Riddle, C. Gormly, R. Brandow. SECOND ROW: R. Dietrich, D. Roland, J.
Todd, D. Thomas, D. Fowler, R. Brown, C. Rueger, S. Wakefield, W. Cowie, R. Pearsall, A. Kradiian.
THIRD ROW: H. Zenzie, M. Miller, R. Burr, W. Boyle, E. Asplundt, D. Bergen, N. Melcher, R. Halloran,
R. Lieblich, B. Ball, R. landscheft. L. Hummel. FOURTH ROW: 5. Pahas, V. Eagan, M. Morey, C. Kreibel,
C. Rohlfing, T. Friend; C. lindsay, R. Berens, J. Ward, B. Camber, W. Carney, G. Rygiel, F. Close.
Presidenf-James B. C. Delehanty, Jr.
Is! Vice-Presidenf-Charles S. Gormly
2nd Vice-President-David B. Knapp
Secretary-John C. Todd
Treasurer Richard E. Brandow
Alpha chapter founded of Pennsylvania in 1850.
RICHARD E. BRANDOW
ROBERT T. CLAPPIER
WILLIAM H. COWIE, JR.
MICHAEL L. DELEHANTY
JAMES B. C. DELEHANTY, JR.
DUDLEY B. FOWLER
CHARLES S. GORMLEY
DAVID B. KNAPP
JAMES A. LEACH
DAVID M. LEWIS
CHARLES R. MARTZ, JR.
ANDREW J. McCOMAS
GEORGE E. PRATCHETT
ROBERT L. RIDDLE
L. KENNETH SIMSARIAN
RICHARD A. BROWN
WILLIAM M. CARNEY, JR.
NICHOLAS J. MELCHER
RICHARD P. PEARSALL
DAVID G. RCSWLAND
CHARLES v. RUEGER, JR.
DAVID J. THOMAS, JR.
JOHN c. TODD
JAMES A. TRIMBLE
scon G. WAKEFIELD
Under the mistletoe.
DONALD Mcl. BERGEN, JR.
JAMES S. BOYLE
RICHARD G. BURR, JR.
FREDERICK N. CLOSE
H. THEODORE HAGSTROM, JR.
ROBERT J. HALLORAN
LEE W. HUMMEL
RICHARD H. LANDSHEFT
ROGER F. LIEBLICH
COLIN G. LINDSAY
SOCRATES H. PATRAS
EUGENE A. RYGIEL
JAMES L. WHITE
A. ROY DIETRICH
JOHN W. ECCLES
A. THOMAS FRIEND
CHARLES H. KRIEBEL
DANIEL F. McGARITY
MILO G. MILLER
MARTIN N. MOREY
CHARLES C. ROHLFLING, JR.
JOHN T. WARD
The trophy room.
DAVID S. BERKOWlTZ
BERNARD E. BERNSTEIN
RICHARD S. BLAUNER
DANIEL M. BOCK
ALAN M. BREITMAN
JEROME H. BUFF
EDWARD I. CASEL
EDWARD S. COHEN
ERIC M. FLAXENBERG
ARTHUR M. GITLIN
SANFORD H. GOLDBERG
ALAN J. GOLDEN
BRUCE L. MAYERS
BURTON J. MORRISON
STANLEY l. PILSHAW
LOUIS H. PITLUK
PHILIP L. SCHOLSSER
HARVEY F. SIEGEL
BRIAN J. SINDEL
NORMAN L. STONE
NORMAN L. ALTERMAN
ARTHUR M. FINK
JACK H. FISCH
JEROME B, FOX
RICHARD E. FRIEDEN
BEHNAM I. FUHRMAN
ALAN H. GINSBERG
RICHARD l. GOVER
EDWIN D. HYMAN
STEWART A. KERNUS
JAY A. KRAFCHICK
ELIOT l. LEVICK
NATHAN R. LYONS
HAROLD E. MARKOWITZ
JEROME M. MATEZ
ALLEN B. PEARL
ALAN l. POSLUNS
PETER T. POSMANTUR
MARTIN S. ROSEMARIN
ROBERT A. SATIN
ARTHUR J. SCHOMER
BARTON M. SILVERMAN
HOWARD E. SIMON
STANLEY J. WASSERMAN
ARTHUR S. ZANKEL
ARNOLD M. GANZ
MORTON l. GITTER
LAWRENCE J. GOLD
ROBERT E. GOLDMAN
HAROLD A. GRAFF
DAVID L. HANDEL
LEON H. HENRY
ARTHUR R. KASAKOVE
JERDON E. KUTZ
ROBERT B. LAPIDUS
C. ROBERT LONSHEIN
GARY M. NEWMAN
EUGENE H. PALATSKY
Smoke gets in your eyes.
DONALD E. PRICE
BENHEM L. BARDFIELD
STEPHEN A. BASSOCK
BENNET W. BORMAN
5. DAVID CHAUNCEY
LAWRENCE G. COWAN
ALLAN L. DANIEL
STANLEY P. DARER
NEIL H. EHRENREICH
HERBERT l. FIELDS
MICHAEL M. GOLDBERG
ARTHUR P. JACOBS
PETER K. KAISER
KENNETH H. KIRTZ
MATHEW P. KRASNER
MARK S. lEVITAN
ALVIN S. MORRISON
RICHARD A. OTTO
ARNOLD S. ROSS
H. JAMES SANDER
GERALD B. SCHAFFER
DAVID S. SHAIMAN
NOEL D. SIEGEL
DANILE M. SPRITZER
WALTER D. TURKIN
IRWIN W. WINTER
GERALD L. WOLF
Is there a man in the house?
Founded in 1910 at Columbia University.
5 1 Zeta chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1915.
Masier Frater-Louis H. Pitluk
Vice-Masler Frater1Martin R o s e -
k . marin
' x Secretary1Jerdon Elliott Kutz
Treasurer-Brian J. Sindel
Master Frater1Martin Stanley Rose-
Vice-Master Frater-Arthur Fink
TOP.ROW: S. Becker, P. Kaiser, J. Krafchick, R. Frieden, M. Goldberg, N. Siegel, W. Turken, R. 0110,
D. Spritzer, A. Jacobs, B. Barman. THIRD ROW: K. Kirtz, L. Cowan, D. Schaiman, J. Harris, 1. Winter,
A. Morrison, H. Sander, A. Ross, P. Posmantur, S. Bussock. SECOND ROW: 5. Shlomchick, H. Simon,
D. Price, R. Goldman, Ll. Henry, L. Gold, H. GraG, D. Handel, N. Altevmun, A. Daniel. BOTTOM ROW:
R. Lonshein, P. Schlosser, B. Sindel, L. PiHuk, M. Rosemarin, S. Goldberg, H. Carver, N. Stone, R. Gover.
Founded in 1873 at the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
Mu chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1900.
PresidenI-Warren D. Eve
Vice-Presidenf Lowell E. Young
Secretary-Robert J. Fallon
FIRST ROW: J. Lile, G. Dare, B. Brown, W. Eve, l. Young, T. McDonough, T. Donohoe, H. Coggshall.
SECOND ROW: W. Anderson, W. OviaM, W. Faherly, R. White, F. Campbell, R. Torpey, J. Gill, L. Gig-
lioHi. THIRD ROW: G. Patterson, R. Pelham, A. Heath, E. O Brien, R. Webb, R. Ferris, A. Thiesfeldf.
FOURTH ROW: 3. Cross, E. Timberlake, D. Haws, R. Cleworth, E. Bird, J. Yungle, H. Blodge", R. Hagan.
..-..., -....... "Nnmwa
BRUCE W. BROWN
WARREN D. EVE
ROBERT J. FALLON
ROBERT J. FERRIS
DONALD R. HAWS
AUSTIN A. HEATH
JOHN C. HRESKO
ROGER B. NIELSON
EDMUND J. O'BRIEN
ROBERT E. PELHAM
MICHAEL J. RYAN
EDWARD L. TIMBERLAKE
J. ROBERT WEBB
ROBERT J. WHITE
C. WILLIAM ANDERSON
LEROY D. BENCE
ESTEBAN D. BIRD
ROBERT J. FAHERTY
LIONEL P. GIGLIOTTI
JAMES E. LILE
Phi Sigma Kappa
ALAN M. PYLE
RICHARD l. TORPEY
LOWELL E. YOUNG
JOSEPH E. YUNGEL
W. JAMES BAXTER
FRANK J. CAMPBELL
NORMAN K. Y. CHING
HARRY E. COGGSHALL
THOMAS F. DONOHOE, Ill
lAWRENCE B. HOLMES
ARNOLD M. TIESFELDT
ROGER W. CLEWORTH
PETER R. WILDE
Look, no music!
TOP ROW: T. Friel, F. Ketterer, R. Hoch, B. Johnson, L. Bard. FOURTH ROW J. Allen, D. Fairburn, W.
Tait, W. Csink, N. Howard, P. Fairburn, D. Devan, S. Knipp, R. Ware. THIRD ROW: 1. Layton, D. Allen,
F. Sirch, R. Youngblooth. Sage, B. ChitOock, L. Prichard, J. Fish, V. Raymond. SECOND ROW; K,
Harding, R. Schembsl S. Richer, D. Partridge, H. Ogvum, J. Leu, E. Preiss, R. Richardson, H. Hull, 5.
Corson. BOTTOM ROW: J. Barber, T. Paul, A. Lubinski, T. Patterson, P. Williams, R. Allen, P. Zierk,
J. Heard, D. Doelp, R. Hovis.
Presideni-Paul D. Williams, Jr. President-Paul D. Williams, Jr.
Vice-President-Roger C. Allen Vice-Presidenr-Kenneth M. Harding
Secretary PauI H. Zierk Secretary MaIcolm W. Lentz
Treasurer-Thomas J. Patterson Treasurer---Thomas J. Patterson
Founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia.
Beta Pi chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1920.
JOHN C. ALLEN, IV
ROGER C. ALLEN
JOHN P. BARBER
JOHN D. W'. DENNEY, JR.
ROBERT A. DELL
KENNETH M. HARDING
GERALD A. HEARD
PAUL V. HOWARD
CHARLES R. LATIMER
ALBERT A. LUBINSKI
THOMAS J. PATTERSON
THOMAS J. PAUL, JR.
EMIL C. PREISS
DIXON M. RAYMOND
ROGER O. SCHEMBS
JAMES A. SNYDER
JAMES R. WELSH
EDWIN T. CARPENTER
JOHN F. COX, ll
JAMES K. DAHLHAUSEN
DAVID W. DOELP
ROBERT S. DONOVAN
PETER W. FAIRBAIRN
THEODORE A. KIRCHER
ROBERT E. McKEE
JOHN S. RHOADS
RALPH B. RICHARDSON
KENNETH H. SICKLER
JOHN J. TORI
PETER J. VOGIAN
ROBERT C. WELSH, Ill
PAUL D. WILLIAMS, JR.
EDWARD L. BARD
Pi Kappa Alpha
JOHN R. DEVAN
ROBERT H. HUTCHINSON, JR.
BARRY M. JOHNSTON
MALCOLM W. LENTZ
JOHN R. LEU
HAROLD OGRAM, JR.
RICHARD J. PARTRIDGE, JR.
STERLING H. RICHTER
HARRY A. SEYLER
lOUIS G. VILLAUME
CHARLES M. YOUNG, JR.
R. WARREN YOUNGBLOOD
PAUL N. ZIERK
DAVID W. ALLEN
DAVID B. CHITTOCK
ROBERT L. CORSON
ALBERT W. CSINK
DONALD R. FAIRBAIRN
DAVID l. FOX
EDWARD J. FRIEL
RAYMOND L. HOVIS
NORMAN K. HOWARD
FREDERICK H. HULL
FREDERICK D. KETTERER
JAY F. lAYTON
VICTOR P. RAYMOND
FRANCIS J. SIRCH
WALTER N. TAIT
"Ever hear the one about . . ?"
Pi Lambda Phi
Shoulder to shoulder.
Founded in 1897 at Yale University.
Zeta chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1912.
Archon Mcmin Kreizvogel
Keeper of the Exchequer-Sanford
FIRST ROW: J. Serman, H. Goodman, A. Aufzien, R. Housman, S. Surasohn, W. Bree, S. Stern, J. Bern-
stein, N. Zarwin, D. Wolk, S. Gilbert. SECOND ROW: J. Younger, S. Klionsky, J. Fiel, J. Simon, H.
Youngman, M. Stoller, V. Blank, A. Sandel, R. Sandler, R. Wilnnr, R. Levin, P. Brichfa. THIRD ROW: P.
Plomick, R. Parmaseck, M. JoHe, D. Schlesinger, S. Ross, M. Shore, L. Shwartz, S. Goldner, R. Copeland,
L. Shapiro, R. Reznikoff, D. Wachpress. FOURTH ROW: D. Ellis, H. Gooen, S. Oberman, W. Odell, H.
Cohen, 1'. Davis, M. Ross, M. Bernstein, M. Abrahams, A. Speigelmcm, D. Vlahides, R. Boshwit. FIFTH
ROW: P. Newman, S. Kaplan, R. Weil, M. Rubin, R. Saffrr, E. Barren, F. Abrahams, H. Asher, P. Rolen-
berg, R. Denlebach, L. Turner, 5. Turtletuub.
Founded in 1833 at Union College.
Tau chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1891.
President-William J. Maloy, Jr.
Vice-President-Chase Sanborn Hunt
Secretary Russell M. Hanscom, Jr.
Treasurer Richard E. Hemes
TOP ROW: R. Schnelle, D. Hovey, W. Allen, A. Miller, D. Bull, W. McKinney, C. Bryan, W. Brennan.
THIRD ROW: l. Huller, R. Brigsfocke, R. Farley, F. Gipin, W. Myers, R. Meacham, J. Schnepp. SECOND
ROW: R. Morse, D. Winson, D. Greene, D. DeMarro, A. Fekula, R. Cleelond, W. Stewar', F. McPherson.
BOTTOM ROW: H. Warren, J. Fricke, F. Sanford, R. Hunscom, W. Maloy, C. Hum, W. Schermerhorn,
JEAN GILPIN ALLEN, JR.
CHARLES F. BRYAN
JOHN E. FRICKE, Ill
JEROME W. GERBEREUX
RUSSELL M. HANSCOM, JR.
ANDREW J. HUNDERTMARK, JR.
CHASE S. HUNT
DAVID McCAHAN, JR.
JOHN S. P. MAKIVER, JR.
WILLIAM J. MALLOY, JR.
GEORGE W. MINDS, JR.
GEORGE F. SANDFORD, Ill
WILLIAM R. SCHERMERHORN
WI'LLIAM E. McKlNNEY, JR.
HARRY K. WARREN
ARTHUR P. WATTS, JR.
FORREST G. WEEKS, IV
WILLIAM V. ALLEN
ROBERT L. BAUER
DONAID S. DeMARCO
NORBERT J. CLURE, JR.
ALEXIS P. FEKULA
GEORGE D. GREENE, JR.
WILLIAM M. HALL
lELAN E. HALLER
RICHARD E. HEMES
DAVID H. HOVEY
FRANCIS H. McPHERSON
RALPH A. MEACHEM, JR.
RICHARD V. MORSE
WILLIAM D. MYERS
HENRY M. PEDDLE
VICTOR W. POLITY
CARLOS A. SANCHEZ
ROBERT G. SCHNELLE
JOHN W. SCHNEPP
WILLIAM J. STEWART, JR.
DONALD C. WINSON
DUNCAN H. BULL
EDWARD C. CARTER
ROY CLEELAND, JR.
WILLIAM T. HARRIS, Ill
ARTHUR B. MILLER
FREDERICK S. POTTER
The "Spirits" Committee.
TOP ROW: R. Seurles, J. Dahme, G. Haekel, F. Grossmonn, A. Jarman, M. Bvooker, F. Rench, W. Ennis,
G. Clark, R. Cwler, R. Dorsch. THIRD ROW: J. Cain, P. Hummer, R. Buiac, J. Shonafelt, R. 5.9;", R.
Kistler, W. Bolt, R. Branston, H. Stewart. SECOND ROW: W. Lundsguord, G. Heuer, B. Robelon, J.
Cassidy, L. Anderson, P. Beaver, J. VanOrsdale, J. Canwrighi, C. Tornena, T. Larkin, N, Balser.
BOTTOM ROW: W. Westerman, G. Given, 8. Shaw, G. Mazzola, J. Rankin, W. Bowlus, C. Hill, R,
Clayden, R. Rinne, W. Seaman, W. Adair.
Archon John S. Rankin Archon WilIiam W. Bowlus
Deputy ArchondWilliam W. Bowlus Deputy Archon-Raymond M. Dorsch,
RecorderFRaymond M. Dorsch, Jr. Jr.
Treasurer Gerald B. Haeckel RecordergJohn Orr
TreasurerrGerald B. Haeckel
Founded in 1856 at the University of Alabama.
Theta chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1901.
i ma Alpha Epsilon
Surrounded by Yankees.
WILLIAM J. BOLT
WILLIAM L. BOWLUS
JOSEPH B. CASSIDY
GERALD E. CLARK
RODNEY S. COOK
RICHARD T. CUTLER
HOWELL A. DENNIS
RAYMOND M. DORSCH, JR.
JAMES L. FISHER
JAMES J. GAVAGHAN
GEORGE G. GIVEN, JR.
GERALD B. HAECKEL
THOMAS F. HANLON
CHARLES T. HILL, JR.
ALONZO B. JARMAN
THOMAS J. LOVE
GUS. J. MAZZOLA
JAMES R. NADLER
JOHN S. RANKIN
REIJO A. RINNE
BENJAMIN F. ROBELON
WILLIAM A. SEAMAN
BREWSTER C. SHAW
H. WILLIAM WESTERMAN
WARREN J. ADAIR
JACK E. AVERS
GEORGE C. BALBACH
PARKE O. BEAVER
MARK C. BROOKER
ROBERTS M. BUJAC
JEROME R. DAHME, JR.
WILLIAM W. J. ENNIS
CURTIS E. FELDT
Without music, too!
FRANK C. GRAHAM, JR.
FRED W, GROSSMAN, JR.
ROBERT A. JACOCKS
FRED A. LONG
JOHN A. ORR
GRAHAM W. RAPP
J. FRITZ RENCH
CHARLES J. TORNETTA
JAMES G. WENDT
LEONARD E. ANDERSON
JAMES B. FLEMING
JOSEPH S. FLEMING
GERALD C. GOERINGER
KARL E. HAZEL
RALPH D. KISTLER
THOMAS P. LARKIN
JACK L. SHANAFELT
RICHARD W. SEARLES
W. DORN STEWART, JR.
J. NORMAN BAKER
J. ROBERT BRANSTON
JOSEPH S. CAIN
JAMES F. CARTWRIGHT
PARK S. CURRY
RUSSELL P. HEUER, JR.
PHILLIP L. HUMMER
ROBERT R. STEIN
JOHN C. VAN ORSDELL, ll
WILLIAM T. WARNER
Oooh, what you said!
That old gang of mine.
Busy little beavers.
Founded in 1909 at the College of the City of New York.
Theta chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1914.
Prior-Richard Levin Prior Bernard Goldstein
Exchecker-Bernard Goldsfein Exchequer-William Horowitz
Recorder -WilIiam Horowitz Recorder Arthur Tendler
FIRST ROW: M. Schuller, A. Wirchafler, H. Weinsteinl R. Heller, B. Goldstein, R. Levin, W. Horowitt,
K. Gerson, J. lscovits, R. Ruby, 5. Pincus, H. Liss, R. Blume. SECOND ROW: R. Kully, D. Litz, A. Tendler,
S. Kalz, R. Nevans, S. Winegracl, J. Heller, B. Rosen, J. Hertzlinger, J. Popkin, M. Arch, S. Mandel.
THIRD ROW: J. Rose, L. Nachman, J. Marcus, J. Strauss, A. Robbins, J. Kossow, B. Iscovitz, B. Herman,
A. Sklower, A. Direzlor, R. Wolin, R. Koenig. FOURTH ROW: C. Kiel, J. Balser, W. Frankil, M. Sugar,
R. Kabut, R. Levin, H. Shusfer, D. Goldman, H. Cohen, D. Weiss, l. Cohen, H. Speilman. FIFTH ROW:
S. Goldstein, A. Damushek, B. Kaufman, S. King, C. Kallick, A. Sullzman, D. Stone, M. Greenberg,
A. Caplan, L. Frank, R. Ruchman.
Founded in 1855 at Miami University of Ohio.
Phi Phi chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1875.
ConsuIA;Joseph V. Reaph
Pro ConsuIFWilliam A. Katterman
Annotator-Neil C. Estabrook, Jr.
Quaesfor--Joseph E. Evans
FIRST ROW: D. Summebell, J. Hipp, W. Hum, T. Morgan, J. Reaph, N. Eslcbrook, A. Clarke. SECOND
ROW: J. Kohl, F. Sloan, C. Hill, G. Bowden, P. Rochat, C. DeMcmo, F. Chapo'. THIRD ROW: J. O",
R. Churchman, J. Cacheris, W. Marx, R. DeGeHe, R. Clarke. FOURTH ROW: J. Dunn, W. Mushake,
A. S'abermun, R. Whuyland, M. Marvin.
WILLIAM E. BETTS
SUMNER F. BISSELL
G. WILLIAM BUDD
EUGENE B. CLARKE
ALLAN S. CLARKE
DAVID L. CUNLIFFE
JOSEPH E. EVANS
JOSEPH S. FINCH, JR.
PAUL J. FITZPATRICK
JOHN H. HIPP
LEIGH W. HUNT, JR.
WILLIAM A. KATTERMAN
JOHN F. KENNY
WALTER A. UNDELL
GERALD F. MATHISON
J. RICHARD MILLER
JOSEPH V. REAPH
PIERRE A. ROCHET
DONALD P. SCANLON
WILLIAM O. SWEENEY
WILLIAM B. USILTON
GEORGE M. VON UFFEL, Ill
GEORGE S. BOWDEN
RAYMOND L. CLARKE
JOSEPH S. CONWELL
JOHN L. DUNN
WILLIAM H. MARX
THOMAS S. MORGAN
CARL G. SEMPIER
HSmokes" or bust.
WILLIAM G. WARD
RAYMOND H. WELSH
EDMUND R. AUER
J. GIBB BROWNLIE
FRANK D. CHAPOT
RICHARD L. De GITTE
CARLO De MARCO, Ill
JOHN Y. Di PALMA
RALPH De SIMONE
NEIL C. ESTABROOK, JR.
ANTHONY FENNELLI, JR.
PRENTISS W. HALLENBECK
E. CLARK HILL
JOHN C. HOFFSUMMER
CLIFFORD M. IRWIN, JR.
JAMES B. KAHL
ROBERT D. KELLY
M. RAYMOND LEIGHTY
WILLIAM l. MUSHOKE
ANTHONY R. MALONEY
MARKLEY R. SEIBERT
EDWARD M. SILVESTER
FERGUS M. SLOAN
WILLIAM R. THORNE
NORMAN J. WOHLKEN
ROBERT E. CHURCHMAN
ALBERT G. RADER
FRANK J. WEBER
RICHARD O. WHAYLAND
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W. Weinbenber, P. Oschwald, R. Schenkel,
D. Updegraff, R. Brown, R. Ryan, W.
D. Sheahan, 0. Davies, T. Adamczyk,
TOP ROW: J. Carver, B. Faunce, K. Freyer, J. Godillo',
B. Brockington. THIRD ROW: J. Kostor, S. Cole, A. Schneider,
SECOND ROW: P. Jonson, F. Casey, B. Kaecher,
BOTTOM ROW: J. Furren, B. Redding, D. Evans, R. Mills, J. Osierman,
W. Schwartz, R. Siephuns.
R. Havtmcnn, E. Brauner.
Commander Richard Mills
Recorder Daniel Evarfs, Ill
Founded in 1869 at the Virginia MiIitary Institute.
Beta Rho chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1894.
Let's have a party.
ENRIQUE BUSTOS, JR.
DANIEL EVARTS, lll
RICHARD HARTMAN, JR.
BENJAMIN FAUNCE, Ill
ROBERT SCHENKEL, III
Leading a dog's life.
me wwaxmxvxv u WW w WK N
"My friends . . ."
"For me and my gal."
Cheek Io cheek.
1952 DONALD SONTAG
DONALD BUX ANTHONY SQUADRITO
BELMONT ROWE HERBERT SMITH
ROBERT WITTICH JUAN TORUELLA
1953 JOSEPH VARAITIS
Founded in 1901 at the University of Richmond.
Delta chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1904.
TOP ROW: A. Vaughn, L. Pierce, F. Schoendorfer, D. Mosch, D. Shirlaw, E. Mrozek, D. Sontag, E. Conway,
W. Fallon. THIRD ROW: A. Clarke, R. Milner, R. Downing, J. Govi, V. Renew, H. Smith, C. Glennon,
H. Richards, J. Butvis. SECOND ROW: G. Huchar, P. Yurchak, T. Booth, K. Klingevman, J. Toruella,
G. Kiefer, R. Pelhum, J. Burns, A. Rose, J. Varuilis. BOTTOM ROW: D. Bux, 1'. Gilson, J. Hughes,
F. Herberl, E. Powers, F. Ferguson, J. Hodges, J. Cooper, R. Page, W. Maxwell.
M109! W, ,
Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Be+a Sigma Rho pf
Rosalie Shein Jane Taylor Helen Richeson Joan Beniamin : Hel
1 59k f 32 i2
Be+a Thefa Pi DeHa Kappa Epsilon Del+a Tau DeHa Del'ra Upsilon
Joan Tobin Marianne Wehner Mary-Ellen Tolan Carol Jane Sine
3 Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi DeHa Thefa
Befsy Bra'don Barbara Brause Carole Lee Sfoney Sandra BenneH
Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Delfa Pi Lambda Phi
Helga Hagedorn Marianne Gorham Evelyn Sfreif Ann Vardaro
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon
Mary Clarke Selma Adelman Natalie Reilly Sonia Fogg
Tau Delia Phi Tau Epsilon Phi Thefa Xi
' Sandra Trilling Joan Weinfrob Ann Rademaker
Founded in 1910 cut the College of the City of New York.
Iota chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1919.
Consul v-William Gross
Scribe wRichard Markell
TOP ROW: G. Shapiro, M. Blumenfneld, G. Baum, W. Siegel, G. Fusion, A. Borof1, R. Kasdun, H. Gold-
stein, S. Neubuuer, R. Mendelson, T. Friedman, S. Chvein, 1. Young. THIRD ROW: G. Isen, A. Weilev,
E. Sultan, B. TaHeO, H. Herfzog, M. Winoker, M. VanDervelden, J. Berlman, L. Giltod, S. Scwartz, W.
Kornbluh, J. Goodman. SECOND ROW: 5. Botway, A. Landman, l. Kuhn, R. Gutenstein, B. Fishmanl
S. Scheer, R. Neid, D. Ingber, R. Markwell, 5. Warner, S. Mantel, F. Robinowiu. BOTTOM ROW: M.
Schwunz, R. levine, S. Goldberg, C. Segal, J. Schneierson, W. Gross, S. Cowan, D. Diamond, 1.
SchuRer, B. Osfrum, 5. Diamond, C. Polsky.
A big mug.
H. NEWTON GARBER
WILLIAM M. GROSS
JOEL U. S. SCHNEIRSON
RICHARD A. MARKELL
GARY L. BAUM
Tau Delta Phi
HDown by the old mill stream." Hold it!
EDWARD A. SULTAN
BERT L. TAFFET
MAURICE J. VANDERVELDON
MICHAEL S. WONOKUR
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FIRST ROW: E. Abelson, I. Hirsh, M. Tunnenbaum, 5. Ross, J. Bloom, E. Meisel, S. Cluck, C. Weyneberg,
A. Pearlstein, J. Cohen, M. Agulnick. SECOND ROW: C. Lavenson, A. F'Umkesr A- Sheppard, L Rob-
inson, L. Perlmun, P. Nenlor, J. Yarin, M. Bloom, B. Betliner, A. Danzig, D. Kramer, M. Lehman. THIRD
ROW: 5. Kaufman, H. Bernhard, J. Bergman, 5. Lin, H. Hammer, E. Prin'z, S. Strauss, S. Rosen, M. Hass,
R. Granite, H. Weissman, D. Caplow. FOURTH ROW: H. Kamenehky, W. Gersten, S. Stein, N. Weisberg,
S. Patchen, M. Kramer, A. Girsonl J. Ebert, J. Ehrlich, D. Polly, R. Maurer. FIFTH ROW: G. Herling,
D. Beremson, E. OHen, G. Ginsburg, R. Schwartz, M. Klein, L. Pas'ernok, R. Goldman, E. Schwartz,
A. Berk, H. Altman.
Chancellor-Joseph Bloom Chancellor-Seymour Ross
Vice-ChanceHor Seymour Ross Vice-Chancellor Irwin Robinson
Scribe,lrwin Robinson Scribe-Sfanley Patcheh
Bursar-Stanley Patchen Bursar PauI Nettler
Founded in 1910.
Rho chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1920.
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Much ado about nothing.
The Fraternity files.
Those who are talented.
VANCE V. ELKINS
ROBERT H. FERESHETIAN
DAVID E. FIELD
DAVID G. JARVIS
FRANK J. KINN
BERNARD M. KOSLOSKI
JAMES S. McCAUGHAN
DONALD R. McILVAlN
ROY A. PARLINI
ROBERT S. SINN
WllMER SOUDER, JR.
lAURENCE G. STEWART
J. C. DILLER
WALTER E. HALPERN
JOSEPH R. HECHT
EUGENE S. HONDORF
HJust like the beer . ..
DAVID H. HOPKINS
HUGH C. MILLER
RICHARD A. OSWALD
RICHARD M. TARLETON
ROBERT P. BROPHY
JOHN T. COLE
GEORGE S. COX
RICHARD H. FAIRFIELD
MILTON D. GUTMAN
CARL R. HOTTENSTEIN
RICHARD C. JEARY
CHARLES J. BROWNE
IL .IIII , egg
Founded in 1856.
Kappa chapter established a! Pennsylvania in 1912.
1re51denf-1 Iank J. Klnn
Vice-Presidenf Roberi Feresheticm
Secretary-James S. McCaughan
Treasurer--Hugh C. Miller
FIRST ROW: M. Gufmun, W. Souder, H. Miller, F. Kinn, R. Fereshetian, J. McCuughan, B. Rosloski.
SECOND ROW: G. Cox, C. HoMensfein, R. Jeary, R. Parlini, L. Julius, J. Diller, W. Halpern, D. Mcllvain,
R. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: J. Hecht, D. Jarvis, R. Oswald, L. Stewart, E. Hondorf, R. Tarlelon, D. Hopkins,
C. Corson. FOURTH ROW: J. Cole, P. Spillav, J. Giannanasio, E. Wilhelmson, D. Field, H. Dreizler,
V. Elkins, R. Spertzel.
Founded in 1864 at Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Omicron chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1912.
Presidenf1Henry Clay Presidenf1Alexander L. Pugh, Ill
Vice-PresidenL-Alexancler Pugh, lIl Vice-Presidentv-George W. Schiele
Secretary-Wallace Langbehn Secretary1Wollace R. Langbehn
Treasurer-Fred Mackenbach Treasurer'Frederick W. Mackenbach
TOP ROW: F. Crawford, W. Middleon, A. Lauer, W. Weaver, G. deiele. FOURTH ROW: P. Peitz, C.
Dewees, H. Mortinson, J. Green, F. Ferguson, C. Rodenburg, D. Eteson. THIRD ROW: E. Henriques,
F. Edwards, J. PheiHer, N. Athens, W. Magnus, N. Hopple, E. Kelly. SECOND ROW: D. Briggs, A.
Loeben, E. Slill, F. Gift, G. Ferguson, J. Taricani, R. Hill. BOTTOM ROW: R. Rebstock, J. Hyres, J. Pugh,
H. Clay, F. Mackenbach, W. Langbehn, R. Hess.
ANTHONY NOVASITIS, JR.
ALEXANDER PUGH, Ill
FLOYD CRAWFORD, JR.
NACE HOPPLE, JR.
CARLOS ALVAREZ, Ill
"You are my sunflower."
RAYMOND BRADSHAW, JR.
JACK GREENE, ll
EDWARD KELLY, JR.
. "- :ggv; ,M A
TOP ROW: G. Markus, 5. Wolf, L. Lewis, S. Loveman, K. Zaller, H. Glass, D. Waxenberg, J. Blumberg,
THIRD ROW: M. Marcus, C. Hulmun, A. Miller, K. Baum, A. Rubens. B. Cohen, D. Alperin, A. Gold,
L. Meyer. SECOND ROW: R. Golub, S. Joseph, T. SHberman, R. Greenberg, H. Richman, R. Melen, L.
Hyde, T. Pincus, J. Nelson. BOTTOM ROW: M. Wolfe, A. Levine, B. Hulper', B. Kline, B. Sachar, B,
Adelson, T. Davidson, T. Angelus.
Treasurer Charles Cohen
Founded in 1898 at the College of the City of New York.
Theta chapter established of Pennsylvania in 1907.
B. J. ADELSON
Zeta Beta Tau
Checking the Figures.
Fresh air kids.
MMWwwMy w mi , W ,,
HOn the other hand . . ."
"No tha1 way."
BENJAMIN C. ALLEN
RICHARD H. DENT
JOHN A. McCOLE
SAMUEL M. MURDOCK
WARREN M. WELLS, JR.
A. RICHARD BELL
CLAY A. BOLAND, JR.
A. BALFOUR BREHMAN
WILLIAM M. BARNUM
RUSSELL J. BRUMBACK
ROBERT G. STEWART
MICHAEL A. WALSH
THOMAS H. DRISCOLL
JOSEPH C. FERREE
ANTHONY P. HOPKINS
CHARLES E. JACQUART
WILLIAM G. O'MALLEY
JOSEPH A. SCOTT
THOMAS C. WOOLFOLK
Founded in 1847 at the University of New York.
Sigma chapter established at Pennsylvania in 1850.
President Warren M. Wells, Jr. Presidenf-John A. McOle
Vice-Presidenf John A. McCole Vice-President A. Richard Bell
Secretary-Robert G. Stewart Secretary-Russell J. Brownbuck
Treasurer A. Richard Bell Treasurer BaIfour A. Brehman
FIRST ROW: M. Wakh, W. Barnum, P. Sellew, J. McCole, W. Wells, R. Bella T. Woolfolk, S. Murdock.
SECOND ROW: C. Jacquarf, R. Brownback, J. Fevree, C. Boland, B. Brehmun, T. Driszoll, J. ScoH, G.
O'Malley. THIRD ROW: P. Adams, P. Dehkan, B. Allen! B. Thompson, T. Shipley, J. Harkins, B. Borie,
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,4 , grimy of Sports A
It wasn't until several years after the Civil War that
f?: e athletics assumed even a passive role in the undergraduate
life of the University. In fact, in 1872, eighty years ago,
several students were severely reprimanded for attending
a New York conference of intercollegiate athletics. How-
ever, despite the prevalent apathy to anything athletic,
several students organized an athletic association in 1873,
electing thngham B. Morris president. The interest of
this group was focused upon track and held sports en-
tircly, sending H. L. Geychn t0 Saratoga to represent
Pennsylvania; to this lone athlete was given the distinction
of being the first to wear the Red and Blue.
This football game, played in 1902,
was one of the high spots in the grid-
iron schedule of 1902. The challengers
of the Red and Blue were the Harvard
The Cricket Team of 1902 was one of
the more popular minor sports teams.
At present, there is no crivlzct team at
This small group romprisvs the Golf
Team of 1900. Penn still has an artilc
group of golf enthusiasts.
If the mm: in this picture 100k proud, they hate reason to be. Tlacy belong to
the first basketball team in Pcnnsglrunia bistoo, organized in 1896.
Easkethzll Eeyim. . .
Tbe Varsity Gym Team, as it appeared sixty years ago,
in 1897. The young boy is not a freshman but a mascot.
U15 Victarizm gm of Atkldics
Franklin Field as it appeared in 1907, fort'y-jQI'c years ago. The second fivr
of stands was added in 1926 which increased the capacity to 96,000.
first in the intercollegi-
ate championships of
1906 in the 100 yard
Tbe Fencing Team of
1906 was another very
active group in tb e
minor sports. Today, it
does not enjoy as much
From the embryonic stage set in 1873 evolved a wider
scope of athletics, football achieving intercollegiate stand-
ing When Penn lost its initial football game to Princeton,
6 goals to 0, in the fall of 1876. At that time the German-
own Cricket Club was the seat scene of battle; by 1880,
this elaborated Rugby game called "footbalV assumed a
more diversifled aspect, the schedule listing Harvard, Yale,
Cornell and Princeton. During this period, organized
rowing for University students began in 1877, seventy-hve
years ago. Suitable facilities hampered all sports in these
early years, but baseball, With neither held nor equipmnt,
felt the need most severely. A11 contests of the 175 season
were held in the vicinity of College Hall. Soon, other
sports gained recognition, e.g., the fll'st tennis team began
in 1880; swimming, in 1892, sixty years ago; wrestling
, ' w A
a year later in 1893.
In retrospect, it might well be said that the dynamic
impetus behind the present athletic program has been :1
vital Student interest and initiatix'e, certainly one of the The Position of the mm in this picture gives away the
paramount reasons for achieving success. name of their group. The Pyramid Club of 1910, now
gftlldhlili 3131i! - great Calms
In 1912, the Penn cheerleaders initiated e
the custom of wearing uniforms at ?
games, which has now become a na-
tionally accepted tradition. For a long 0f
time, the cheerleaders were Varsity men an
whose sport was out-of-season. Herc bL'
the cheerleaders of 1917 pose with their fa
mascot, a bear that out-mascotted Cor-
nelPs at the Cornell game. de
One of the great incidents in Pennsyl- l 565
vania football history is this shot of L na
the Red and Bluek famous last stand ' dll
against Cornell in the game played on he
Thanksgiving Day of 1906. Then, as C61
now, Cornell was a tough opponent for
There was a certain frenzied attitude that accompanied
the loyal followers of Pennsylvanian sport fortunes during
the first decade of the twentieth century. One could easily
be caught in the tide of enthusiasm that emanated nothing
but general approbation toward all teams wearing the Red
and Blue in its conflicts on the sport helds. Especially pre-
eminent in its ardor was the Class of 1910. It was during
this period that many of today,s rules were brought into
effect, but at that time the innovation of excluding fresh-
men from varsity competition and even the legalized
introduction of the forward pass in football were im-
portant to the students, for they foresaw strength in the
new rules that would improve the games.
- Pennsylvania had much success during this year, win-
ning several championships, but most of all, it was from
this embryonic stage that more and more emphasis was
placed on the fortunes of intercollegiate teams. Students
and even a few outside people were interested enough to
come and watch a contest, content to see their favorite
team bring honor to its school. Certainly, this new atti-
tude of spectatorship was an incentive to the young ath-
letes, for they now strove to accommodate these friends
with performances worthy of watching. Thus, problems
of uniforms, numbers, even proper conditions for athletes
evolved from this more active interest on the part of
It was probably a natural phenomenon of that first
decade that led an editor to comment: ll. . . Pennsylvania
is in the football race. She must either keep the pace or
drop out altogether?
am! great Widows
In order to insure Victorious teams an ambitious writer
of 1905 compounded a formula for victory: uMen, system,
and sympathy.n The correct mixture was not set forth,
but with dogmatic resolution, it was stated that these
factors must be present at the same time in a pre-eminent
degree. No team could even consider winning without
men of "excellent physical and mental capability; tpos-
sessinga certain sterling traits of disposition and have a
natural adaptability for the game.U However, the writer
did recognize the fallability inherent in any formula, for
he hnished his article with a flourish: "Of course, ten per
cent of the chances of success may depend upon luck?
A typical after-tbe-game srcnc is this
view of Franklin Field after the Har-
vard game of 1905.
There was certainly nothing lacking in the
diet of student athletics, for even by 1904, a
little over a quarter century since any teams
bore the colors of Pennsylvania, there were
listings of records for :1 dozen teams, includ-
ing football, baseball, basketball, swimming,
track, crew, tennis, shooting, et a1. Little
could be desired by the student in addition to
the already established teams. The scope of
all sports at that time included at least one
intercollegiate contest during its season. 1904
was an especially important year for the swim-
ming team, since it won its first intercollegiate
meet at Pennsylvania.
It was during this era that coaches were
being sought, on a salaried basis, to guide the
young men in their endeavors. As one writer
stated: "The season of 1912 most gloriously
vindicated the advocates of a graduate system
of coachingf The consensus of the students
was that coaching was Vital to a successful,
dynamic intercollegiate Schedule, however, it
needed justiheation to those Who scorned the
idea of rivalry a mong gentlemen pursuing
higher intellectual attainments.
Even in the worst of weather
and under the poorest condi-
tions, the crew would carry on
with their practice. On sev-
eral occasions, when the Schuyl-
kill was too muddy, they had
to row in the Delaware River.
There they are shown rowing
up the river in the snow in
preparation for the Yale race
during Easter week, 1917.
Imikeh 3715 greatest
Michael Dorizas looks over the track situation during
one of the days he served as track coach at the Uni-
versity. Born in Constantinople, where he graduated
from Roberts College, "Mike,t traveled to the new
world to gain his Masterk and Doctorts degrees at the
University of Pennsylvania. He was the holder of
the Intercollegiate Wrestling Championship, played
on the football team, was a record holder on the track
team and was a member on three Olympic teams. At
that time the I.C.A.A. ruling permitted a graduate
student to paricipate in athletics providing he ab-
sained from participation at the undergraduate level.
It was on the basis of a report Dr. Dorizas was com-
missioned to write, that the four-year gym require-
ment was initiated at Penn. In 194i he received the
Friars Award to the Professor who has contributed
the most to the University, and now is known as
the most popular professor, teaching the famous
Geography 3 course. No one has successfully com-
pleted his college education at Pennsylvania without
knowing and loving "Mike?
THE DIAMOND JUBlLEE offensive squad of +he Universi+y of Pennsylvania fooiball
feam. Reading. leH fo right in sfance: Varaifis. Hanlon. Hovey. Bushek. R. Evans. J.
Evans, Haggeriy. Moses. S+anding: JaFfurs, Warren. and Cornog. These warriors of
foday carried in+o +he games wifh +hem +he cheers and encouragement of Red and
Blue gridiron men of yes+eryear who week affer week came +0 lend Haeir moral support
Pennsylvanials Diamond Jubilee Team
Foolball came lo +he Universily of Pennsylvania in l876. seven years
alfer +he firs? Infercollegiale malch in +he Uniled Slales. In 74I games
Jro Hue Diamond Jubilee year. I95l. 5Il games have been won and 34
lied. In only eighf seasons over H1ree quarlers of a cenlury. and in only
Jrhree since l887 has Hwe Universify produced learns fnal losl more games
Hwan +hey won. Thirly-lour viclories in succession ll894-I896l. 32 in suc-
cession ll896-l898l. and 29 in succession ll903-I906l. conslilufe +hree of
He longesf winning slreaks in loolball hislory. Singled oul for nafional
dislinclion 39 Pennsylvanians lnave been selecled for All-America lirsf
learns Jrhrough Hwe years. One. T. Truxfon Hare, was chosen four years
in succession ll897-l900l. a leaf malcned by only +hree olher performers
Under flue lufelege of George Munger. who proved himself Jro be an
oulsfanding single wing sfralegisl and one of Hue Jrop coaches in He coun-
+ry, Hwe era of modern loofball of We Universify flourished. His able
assisfanls. Rae Crowfher. famed in gridiron circles for his original looping
lines. and P. G. RibleH. who each season produced ends of All-America
33 caliber, were in no small way also responsible for We dislindion achieved LEADING H1e '5' gridders as +hey played
" 1?: by flue Red and Blue llllS decade. Many limes have lbeir feams been oqu- +he seven+y-fif+h year of foo+ball a+ +he
slanding nafionally. and in l947 had an undelealed season. Coach UMVGVSHY W55 HarrY Warren- A5 "18 +eam$
Munger's record in flue Ivy League is unmafched. Only Cornell Hour 5hr Punler- HTTY' 0" "ufne'mfs OCCBSIOM
Jrimesl and Princelon llwicel have been able lo deleanL Hue modern Quaker kep+ Hm Oppos'l'on deep '" Hm" ow" +e""
. . . , +ory by his long and accurafe kicks. This.
eleven: and Jrhes:h deleefsl are avenged by eighf and seven VlCl'OFIeS ;n addi+ion +0 his role as a +op-fligh+ de-
respec lve y over ese rlva 5- fensive back. enabled +he Swar+hmore. Pa..
sfalwarf +0 assume his place among +he
fradifionally greaf capfains produced by
RIVALING +he fea'rs of +he
players on +he gridiron was +he
I5l edifion of +he Penn march-
ing band. Under +he direc-
Jrorship of George Bird +he
band performed 61' a pace
of I80 s+eps per minufe
+hrough inumerable forma-
fions. A fradifional feafure
of every game was +he inspired
playing of "The Red and Blue."
H19 huge Penn foliowing on
+heir feet waving in unison
+heir ha+s and handkerchiefs;
a spirHed +ribu+e +0 a greaf
GAME AFTER GAME. while
fhe huge crowds alfernafely
groaned and cheered. +he
Quaker a+hle+es foughf for +he
glory of +heir Universi+y.
Againsf +he powerful infer-
sec+ional rivals. Hue Golden
Bears of California. Glenn
Adams +ries desperafely +0
Iocafe his buHonhooking ends
Moses B9w and Hanlon s83
and complefe a pass for some
valuable yardage. AHhough
oufmanned and ou+ scored H1e
Quakers confinued +0 fight
and in +he weeks following H
was evidenf H1a+ +he feam had
aquired H19 abilify +0 come
from behind +0 win even as
+he numerous fine squads had
done before +hem +hrough +he
years on Franklin Field.
"Vidory Wi+h Honor."' was +0 be +he keynofe for +he
I95l Diamond Jubilee season on Franklin Field. Preeseason
forecasfers were poinfing +0 Penn as a gremL unknown in
+he East Such '50 sfalwarfs as +he incomparable Reds
BagneH. winner of +he I950 Maxwell Trophy: Lemonick,
Goldsfrom. Agocs, Roberfs. Horfon. and Coulson had been
losf Jthrough graduafion. Their slofs had f0 be filled by
refurning leHermen and a hoswL of inexperienced sophomores.
Adams. Deuber and Capfain Harry Warren would refurn +0
inherif +he backfield Jrasks and AssiH. BeH. Evans. Moses.
Hanlon and McGinley would lend +heir experience +0 +he
Penn's pre-season TV Jrussle wifh Jrhe NCAA had broughf
cries of "Big Time" againsf +he Quakers, and a long con-
Jrroversy was beginning on Jrhe advisabilify of Penn's en+ry
info +he big leagues of college foofball. while more or less
abandoning many of ifs Ivy companions. The season loomed
as a large quesfion mark. and +0 coach Munger af +he helm
fell +he fask +his year +0 prove Jrhe Quaker had grown up.
The +eam +ro+s on+o Franklin Field amid +he shou+s of +he anxious spec+a+ors and +he
blaring of +he Red and Blue Band.
George A. Munger. '33, in his four+een+h year as
head foo'rball coach. looks forward +0 preserving his
record of never having coached a Pennsylvania feam
+hrough a losing season.
LENN T. ADAMS. Filling +he
iailback slo+ of +he greai Reds
Bagnell, ran. passed. and kicked
his way on +he annual UP All-
American +eam, even +hough
injury forced him ouf of acfion affer only
lhree games of +he '5l season. The Mi.
Carmel. Pa.. junior was a +hree leHer man
in high school and earned his frosh numerals
on he Quaker baskelball courl.
NDREW CAPONE has a ca-
reer in big +ime adverfising
looming when he Jtucks away
ihaf cove+ed sheepskin. Afier
a +hree leHer Jrerm lbaseball.
hack. foolballl a+ Norrislown lPa.l Highl
Andy became a regular on +he Red and
Blue varsi+y. He s+ill plays firsl base for
Norrisfown in a local baseball league and
guard for +he same league's baskeiball
learn, "iusf +0 keep in shape."
HARLES B. ASSIFF is one of
+he s+eaclies+ and mosf depend-
able Penn linemen. C h a r I i e
showed his versa+ili+y when he
look over +he oFlensive guard
posiiion lale in +he I950 season. when reg-
ular Jack Krimmel was injured. "Tiger.'I
who capiained +he Brooklyn Tech learn in
'48. made every New York "all" learn dur-
ing his senior year in high school. Wiih
anofher year +0 go. he keeps in shape by
wresiling for Coach Ridenour.
OBERT T. CLAPPIER earned a
slo+ o n +he AlI-Pennsylvania
foo+ball feam while al' PoH'sville
High. and he is sfill g o i n g
sirong. Befween gridding and
quarier-miling for Penn. he has IiPrle +ime
lefi ior one of his favoriie pasfimes-lis+en-
ing +0 Offenbach music. Bob hopes +0 fol-
low in his dad's foolsleps by drilling caviiies
back in PoH'svillel afler Penn's denial school
awards him his degree.
DWARD B. BELL'S brillianf de-
fensive play +he pas? lwo years
1': .yil earned +he former Wesl' Phila-
thes delphia High School sfar a spof
on S+anley Woodward's pre-
season All-American. as well as +he All-
Eas'r and INS pos+-season +eams. One of
+he mosl' popular members of +he +eam.
Ed. who wears con+ac+ lenses, also runs ihe
dashes on +he hack learn. A pre-med slu-
denf. he is refurning for +he '52 season.
ILLIAM M. DEUBER. a wing-
back. had beHer +han a five
yard per carry average +0 lead
backs i n + h a + depariment
Along wifh +his. his blocking
and pass receiving make him a sfeady and
dependable back. "Deube." whose bro+her
Bob sfarred for +he Quakers +wo seasons
ago, also holds down +he righilield posifion
on Howie Dallmar's baseball feam and will
be back for +he football games in '52.
OHN D. EVANS. comes from
Taff Prep and cap+ains +he Red
and Blue grapplers in addifion
+0 doing a fine job at cen+er for
Coach Munger. Cap+ains seem
+0 run in +he family. as Jack's dad was cap-
+ain of +he Oberlin gridders. Jack, or
"Rocky." as his friends call him. has been
a consisfeni winner on +he wres+ling Jteam.
affer +aking off qui+e a few pounds +o make
weight He hopes for an indusfrial man-
agemenf job afier graduafion. buf +he
Navy may call louder.
OBERT A. EVANS is capiain-
elec+ of +he I952 +eam. He is
described by line coach Rae
Crow+her as +he bes+ lineman
he has ever coached. Bob. who
plays both offense and defense. is also ou+-
sfanding in +he classroom as a pre-med
sfudenf and is acfive in Boy Scou+ affairs.
A nafive Philadelphian. he played his high
school foofball a? Roman Ca+holic.
OMAS HANLON was one of
+he few six'ry-minufe men seen
on Franklin Field +his season.
One of his greafesf momenfs
came during +he Wisconsin
game. when he grabbed a Robihson pass
and romped 65 yards +0 a TD. Tom. who
comes from a long line of a+hle+es, played in
fhe Miami Norfh-Sou+h game and was se-
lecfed on +he Ivy League Team. Tom
earned his "all" rafings in foo+ball in Whife
Plains. New York.
AVE HOVEY, al+hough ham-
pered by an ankle iniury early
las+ season. held down +he of-
fensive right guard posifion and
is refurning for o n e m o r e
season. A Bosfon boy, whose ia+her was a
halfback for Harvard in '2I. "S+umpy" nai-
urally loves +0 wafch +he Bosion Red Sox
and has a grea+ in+ere5+ in sailing. A+
Solebury School. he was a quarferback. bu+
was swifched fo +he line by Rix Yard when
OBERT FOX, a Darfmoufh
iransfer. re+urned +0 his native
.0 Philadelphia for his Iasi fwo
years of schooling and s+arred
as +he firs+ +eam defensive
A February graduafe. "Foxy."
is now working for a general confracior.
affer maioring in economics in +he College.
While a+ Cenfral High. he was on +he All-
Public League Jream as an ofiensive and de-
LEX J. JAFFURS. a Iine-backer
in I950. sfepped info ihe quar-
+erback's shoes +his year and
guided +he offensive Jream. He
gained experience rapidly and
proved +o be an able signal calier. pass re-
ceiver. and passer. Al. who is known as
+he "IiHIe professer." makes his home in
Wilkinsburg, Pa., and has a bro+her who
was an All-American a+ Penn Sfa+e. He
also plays confer on +he baske+ball feam
and plans fo enfer law school in +he fall.
OHN J. LAINO was Sou+h
Philadelphia's conlribulion :lio
fhe Quaker eleven. His lme
play on +he gridiron af Soufh
Philly High School earned hIm
a slol on +he I947 All-Public Team and
anofher on +he All-Scholasfic. One of
John's goals alfer gradualion is a .markef-
ing posifion wifh a large corporahon and
+he o+her is a license in his favorife avoca-
EORGE McANDREWS suf-
fered a broken leg in a prac+ice
scrimmage a nd +hereby was
forced +0 walch +he lasf few
games from +he bench. Al-
'ihough a reserve guard, he was +he Jtype
player who could iniecl' spiri'r and fire Info
+he club. "Punchy" was an AlI-Calhollc
guard while al' Wes+ Cafholic High School
in Philadelphia and is now looking forward
+0 +he life of a businessman.
ERALD H. McGINLEY. whose
falher and broiher played for
Penn. and whose younger
brofher. Rick, plays wingback
+his year. was selecled as a Col-
lier's All-American line-backer. In addifion.
Gerry was All-lvy and played in +he Easf-
Wes+ Shrine game and +he Senior Bowl.
Allhough he was draHed by +he Eagles.
"Big Red Bull" probably will nol gef +he
chance +0 play pro ball for a while. since he
is destined +0 enfer +he Armed Service in
HARLES MCKINNEY is a mar-
ried man and also a proud
fa'lher-baby born in February.
Charlie served and did a greaf
iob as head foo'rball manager
+his past season. The Kansas boy was
no+ed for his efficiency in handling +he road
+rips and +he many o+her odd jobs ihaf
confron+ a manager. "Chuck." who is an
accounling major. is sure +0 be a success
in any field.
UGH O'NEILL is a hopeful fu-
+ure oil magnale. who has al-
ready had a s+ar+ on his career.
since he worked on +he oil fields
for +he pasf few summers. His
bro+her also played foolball as a cenler for
Penn. Class of '38. Like mosf everyoneI
he's desiined for Uncle Sam's forces in
June, unless somefhing unforeseen happens.
and +hen on+o bigger +hings in +he lucra-
live oil induslry.
7?; OHN T. MOSES has capably
Jfilled +he offensive end spof
,, vacal'ed by Harry WeHlaufer
since he look over a+ lhe sfar+
of +he I950 season. "Mose."
wifh iour +allies. lied wi+h Hanlon for +he
mosf T.D.'s scored by an end, including
the pass which beaf Navy. The six-foO+
junior. who hails from Arnold. Pa.. is also
on +he baske+ball squad and aclive in +he
Marine Plafoon Leaders Corps.
foolball. baskefball. baseball.
and swimming - and an end
ior Penn. slill has managed lo
find lime for his favorile hobby. model
railroading. He also Finds lime for a game
of golf in his leisure momenls. AHer
gradualion. if looks like a s+in+ in +he Navy
and +hen in+o +he wholesale buying busi-
ness for Don.
ONALD H. MURRAY. a four
sporf man in high school -
HARRY K. WARREN. +he cap-
+ain of +he I5I Red and Blue.
was hampered by pre-season
injuries. buf s+ill managed lo
have a fine punfing average
and commendable performances as a de-
fensive halfback. He Jtied wifh Bosseler
for mosf inierceplions wil'h six and had a
38-yard kicking average. Alfhough invi+ed
+0 play in +he Norfh-Sou+h ga m e, 1' he
Swarfhmore. Pa., gridder declined in order
+ha+ he could devofe more fime +0 sludies
and his new fiancee.
l ORMAN T. WILDE'S concus-
l sion. suFiered during pre-season
praciice in I950. w a s n of
enough +o keep him ou+ of +he
lineup. "Deuces," who loves +0
play cards. was called on in every game
+0 bolsfer +he offensive leff end posilion
and always came +hrough wifh a line per-
formance. The Haver+on. Pa., iunior earned
leHers in +hree major sporis in high school.
bu+ confines his aciivifies af Penn +0 fool-
HARLES F. SMITH. prepped a'r
Cen+ral High in Philadelphia.
and was an All-Public League
iackle. He came +0 Penn wilh
+he hope of some day being a
successful salesman. A summer job in a
warehouse kepf him in shape for football
and also for irack. Charlie's assei +0 +he
line was proven +his season by his siariing
assignmenis as offensive lackle.
OEL F. SCHMIDT'S bad luck
and head iniuries failed +0 keep
him ou+ of +he sfarfing lineup
+he pasl' Jrwo seasons. Bofh an
offensive and defensive playerI
he divided +he quarierback dufies wi+h
JaFFurs and held down +he regular righi'
halfback posifion. where he iniercepied
+hree passes. Being a iunior. +his former
Wesf Cafholic afhlel'e has ano'rher year +o
perform on Franklin Field.
ARL SEMPIER. who is Coach
Munger's exfra poinf and kick-
off specialist doesn'+ confine
his a+hle+ic abilily +0 foofball.
buf is also a hurdler on +he +rack
ieam. His long kickoFFs and a record of l6
conversions ouf of 2i fries since he filled
in for +he iniured Herb Agocs in +he I950
Virginia game, leave liHle fo be desired.
Being a junior. "Sandy." his ice. and his
Greaf Dane dog. "Ripper." will be back
for anofher season.
OBERT E. PAGE has always had
one suppressed desireelro be a
V hockey player. Affer playing
bofh hockey and foofball in
high school. his hockey career
was +hwar+ed because of +he lack of facil-
i+ies and players a+ Penn. He probably
won'+ have an opporfuni+y in +he near fu-
+ure eifher, since Uncle Sam is sure +0 call.
AHer ihaf. Bob looks forward +0 +he fields
of selling or purchasing.
ONALD J. ZIMMER logeiher
wi+h Joe Varai+is combined +0
give ihe Quakers +w o h a r d
charging, rock ribbed iullbacks.
Don averaged five yards per
carry +his pasf season and his ou+s+anding
play was a 70-yard run on his iirsf play in
+he Columbia game. The "All'I New York
Cify fullback of I948 is a greai s+ory-+eller
and pinochle fan and has one more year
remaining ai Penn.
...-.a swwaL g... s- , .. ,
JACK SHANAFELT A
Defensive Tackle 5f
, 0' 4 ' M w
5 W' ,
'. 5n? , i. ?1 .J
I95I FOOTBALL TEAM
IST ROW: R. McGinley, J. Bushek. J. Seeley. V. Me+allo. J. ShanafeH. D. Faher+y.
J. Russell. T. Franklin. R. Clappier. J. Gallagher. 5. Haggerfy. C. Cornog. 2ND ROW:
M. McLaughlin. Trainer; 6. Munger. Head Coach: J. McGinley. J. Evans, H. O'Neil.
R. Fox. R. Page, C. Smiih. H. Warren. A. JaFfurs. D. Murray. 6. McAndrews. L. San+a
Maria, T. Hanlon, J. Laino. R. Crow+her. Line Coach. 3RD ROW: W. Talarico. Back-
field Coach; J. Holland. R. Evans. C. Sempier. N. Boudreau. E. Bell. N. Wilde. J.
Flanagan, C. Conaway, 6. Adams. N. Schmidt 6. Olekszak. J. Willcox. J. Varai+is,
G. Bosselerl R. Engler. P. Riblet End Coach. 4TH ROW: T. Hladun. D. ZimmerI D.
HoveyI W. Deuber. C. AssiH, J. Moses. B. Borkowski. J. Avignone, E. Surmiak. C. Sam-
marco. J. Cannon. 6. Robinson. J. Kahl. A. CuginiI E. Gramigna. R. Rosenbleeih.
R. Yard. Freshmen Coach.
Adams s+ar+s moving for yardage.
BEARS WIN, 35-0
The pre-school filf wifh Jrhe Golden Bears of Cali-
fornia was a biHer Inifiafion for +he Quaker sopho-
mores. Reporfs had Jrold of a powerful Cal ground
squad. buf early in Jrhe game Jrhe Bears unleashed a
Jrricky aerial aHack. Downfield. spof. and flaf passes
opened Jrhe Penn defense. Then +he Bears came down
+0 earfh and roared Through Jrhe line.
Sparked by AH-American Les Richfer. Cal's defense
held fighf and gave The visifors a 21-0 lead af +he half.
In +urn. Penn's defense appeared weak and inexperi-
enced. and +he offense seemed never +0 be abTe +0
susfain Jrhe advanfages if did get The Red and Blue
sophs were Jroo green for a highly polished and experi-
enced squad from Jrhe Coast The final score. Cah-
fornia 35, Penn 0. dispelled mosf +hough+s +ha+ +his
would be Penn's big year.
The game however. served as an excellemL probe 0F
Penn's weak poinfs and did far more +han a "brea+her"
could have done +0 whip +he Quakers info shape for The
His line already in ac+ion and four men pulling ouf in front Glenn
Oufmanned. buf no+ ouffoughf, Penn gamely sfrikes back
wifh Adams doing mos+ of +he fofing.
John Moses snares an Adams' pass. affer Two +hirds of +he defensive lef+ side of +he line are seen in ac+ion as
having eluded fwo defenders, and sfaris +0 Ed Bell and Bob Evans spring +0 bring fo +he furf a speeding Hanover
scamper +he resf of We way for a TD. gridder.
The California game lessons were well learned. for
againer a defermined Darfmoufh eleven Hwe inexperienced '
backfield hif ifs sfride. and +he line held like a sfone wall.
Sparking Hue offensive play. Glenn Adams complefed
eleven 0qu of fwenfy passea four of which became six-
poinfers when +hey landed in +he arms of ends Hanlon
and Moses and Quarferback Jaffurs. Sophomore fullback IN D IA N S D u M PE D, 3 9 - '4
Joe Verai+is regisfered for one T.D.. and Bosseler, on an
in+ercep+ion and 38-yard refurn. scored Penn's sixfh
Defensively fhe Quakers buckled down and applied
+heir Cal experience +0 hold +he Big Green +0 fwo Jrouch-
downs, as +hey rolled up Penn's inifial vicfory. 39-l4.
A small hole opened up and "Bones" Adams speeds +hrough for a TD.
Laino having been blocked ouf of +he play. Charlie Assiff. assisfed by Chef Cornog.
halfs a run by Nassau's pride and joy. Dick Kazmaier. as Schmidt Fox, and Shanafeif
come up from behind.
PRINCETON '3 . . . PENN 7
No+ only +he Penn line +ackled hard fha+ day, as +his
back was quick +0 discover.
Princelronhs Tiger, in Jrhe form of Kazmaier e C04
roared onfo Franklin Field and found he had +0 ciaw
harder +han ever before +0 preserve Old Nassauhs l5-
game winning sfreak. The CaldweH-Munger baffle of
+he single wings ended wifh Penn's friple +hrea+ tailback
ernn Adams. and boJrh Evans's suffering injuries +haf
were Jro hinder Jrhe Quakers aH +hrough Jrhe season.
Single-wing line play s+ole fhe show. buf cou1d nof dim
The lusfer of eifher Dick Kazmaier. Princefonhs All-Amer-
ican back. or Penn's sophomore sensahon. Joe VeraHis,
who plunged 72 yards in I9 carries. Wifh Adams missing
mosf of The second half due +0 iniurles. +he balance of
power swung heavily in Princefon's favor. Nof fearing
Pennhs passing. Jrhey were able +0 move Jrheir backer-ups
aimosf +0 +he line and +hro+He +he Quakers running af-
fack. Chef Cornog enfered info +he limehghf wifh his
T.D. pass +0 Moses, bu1L if was nof quife enough as +he
Red and Blue bowed l3-7.
Who has +he ball? A bif of single wing hickery is shown as Deuber UZL Bell mu.
Schmidf QU, Verai'ris BU. and Moses Her righ'd could each have fhe bali.
Princefon's damage +0 Penn's manpOWer was no+ suf-
ficienf f0 keep Hwe Quakers from Jrieing up +heir season
2-2. Jrrouncing Columbia Hue following week. Penn's afw
+ack shiffed +0 The ground +0 compensafe br +he Poss of
Glenn Adams, as he and cenfer Jack Evans 5mL +he game
ouf. while Bob Evans clocked only a few minufes on Jthe
Columbia's Mifch Price complefed shor+ passes wifh
phenomenal accuracy. bumL fhe Quakers' pass defense.
vasHy improved since Hwe firsf game, allowed no long
complefions. When We Red and Blue goal line was
neared. +he defenders were able +0 come up and half
even Hwe shorf passes, forcing Hue Lions +0 rely on fheir
ground game and allowing Coach Crowfher's linemen +0
Wifh Adams injured. Ches+er "Crazy Legs" Cornog
rar. Columbia dizzy. gaining six yards per carry.
repeafedly sfop Columbia's running aHack via brillianf
Chef Cornog. subbing for AdamS. gained 126 yards in
2! carries and dropped an aerial in Ed Bell's hands for a
fourfh quarfer T.D. "Jonn' Joe" Varaifis' +hree plunges
for six-poinfers rounded 0qu He Quaker scoring and
gave Penn +he vicfory, 28-I3. preserving Coach Munger's
record of having beafen Columbia I l consecuh've games.
COLUMBIA BOWS, 28-!3
Wifh fhird down and one yard +0 go. Quar+erback JaFfu
unexpecfed and +hrows a long pass +0 end Moses for H1
NAVY SCUTTLED, l4-
The annual parade of Midshipmen in fu" dress pre-
cedes +he JtracWrionally hard-fougH encounfer.
rs does Jthe
e firs? TD.
A combinafion of briHianf defensive play for Jthree quar-
fers and a fine offense in +he lasf quarfer broughf H19
Quakers a vic+ory over Hue Midshipmen from Annapolis. The
aler+ness of Penn's forward wall was responsible for Hue
recovery of +hree Middie fumbles. while bofh backfieids
were +rying +0 seHle down. Plagued by eighf fumbles. +he
Red and Blue backs needed all fhree quarfers before Hwey
began +0 click.
Quarferback Alex JaHurs Jrurned Jthe fide of H16 game
wifh a 27-yard pass +0 Jack Moses for We firsf score. and
Don Zimmer plunged for We second +0 sink Hue Middies
14-0. Coach Munger's decision +0 have Penn kick off insfead
of receive 6+ fine sfanL of H16 second half paid off as +he
defense confained +he Navy +hrea+ and kepf Hwem boHled
up in +heir own Jrerrifory. FiHing in for +he Injured fallbacks.
Adams and Cornog. soph Gerry Robinson piled up I34
yards in fhe air and on +he ground, complefing seven ouf
of l3 passes and showing greaf promise for fufure per-
Penn's sharp defense proved +0 be Hue Navy's
downfall as +he Middies were con+inually +hwarfed
on scoring drives.
Tom Hanlon leaves +he ground 'ro haul down
a Jaffurs-erown pass on a rainy affernoon
af Franklin Field.
Wifh sophomore Bushek leading +he way,
Bill Deuber scampers around end for a few
Wk A ,a a VA Wm;
Even +he goal-pos+s were Ios+ +0 +he sur-
Alfhough warned in advance of +he power of +he William and Mary aggre- prising invaders from Soufh of +he Mason-
gafion. +he Quakers seemed +0 have Jrheir minds on +he following filf th Dixon Line.
Wisconsin aH +hrough Hue confesf. and nof unfil Hwe final gun sounded did Hwey
realize +ha+ +hey had really bowed +0 +he genHemen from Williamsburg.
The Red and Blue forward wall was baffled by +he splif-T formafion offense
William and Mary employed. Meanwhile Hwe offense of Hwe Quakers fared
well! bu+ could n01L score. Affer Hue hahc +he Penn defenses held. buf now
+he Quaker groundgainers became IneHeCfive. Due +0 +he Virginians' fine
ground defense, +he Red and Blue fook +0 +he air. where IO passes neHed I32
yards and bofh six-poinfers. JaHurs and Robinson splif Hue passing honors.
buf if was +he former who connecfed for bofh scores-one +0 Hanlon. Hue
ofher +0 Moses. By +he Jrime H19 Quakers began +0 roll in Hue fourfh quarfer.
1+ was +00 lafe. and +hose who had Thoughf William and Mary +0 be easy
picking quickly reconsidered.
Jerry Robinson. spoHing
John Moses unguarded.
shoofs a shorf pass over
lhe line for a firsf down.
Anofher shorf passI Penn's
mosf consisfenf offensive
gainer, nefs a few yards
before Moses is halfed.
The people of Madison, 'Wlsconsin. awoke one Salurday morning
+0 find +he Red and Blue had hil fown. Nol+ only had parfs of +heir
slaclium been painfed by a confingenf of loyal Quaker fans. bu+ +ha+
alfernoon +hey learned Ivy League foolball was no+ 50H. The Big
Ten leaders In nearly every offensive and defensive deparfmenf
found lhemselves in a real scrap. bmL +he breaks were all againsl'
+he visil'ors from +he Easl. While +he Penn defense held magnificenlly,
+he offensive unif was plagued by load breaks. and as a resull +he
Wisconsin defensive squad scored all +he poinfs +ha+ day. A loose
ball in Jrl'1e end zone. a lrapped runner. and an ln+ercep+ion againslL
fhe Quakers proved +heir undoing.
Wifh Hmeir firsf fwo failbacks slill on fhe Injured lisf. flue Red and
Blue fried valianlly lo Jrriumph, bul Hue one +oucl1down, 6 Robinson
pass +0 Tom Hanlon for 65 yards. was r101L enough and Penn was
BADGER DEFENSE TRIUMPHS, l6-7
An unidenfified Quaker momenfarily slops a Badger back. as Schmid+ l2ll and AssiFf
lbll rush in +0 Finish +he lob.
Penn's ace placemenf boo+er. Carl Sem-
pier. sends +he pigskin +hrough +he uprights
+0 give the Quakers a 7-6 vic+ory over +he
CADETS LOSE, 7-6
End Tom Hanlon +ries +0 clear +he way as wingback
Deuber shains +0 break away from a would be fackler.
H was Hwe conversion by Carl Sempier fha+ brougM
Hue Quakers Haeir 7-6 margin of vicfory agains+ Pne
Black Knighfs from We Hudson. Alfhougb +be Pennmen
oufrushed fbe Cadefs 230 yards +0 96. +be dd fumbhng
bug came back +0 baumL +bem by sfopping +wo scoring
drives. Varaifis' plunge for He oMy Red and Blue score
came affer +be much debafed subsfifufion penaHy againsf
Army. which changed +be Quakerys fourfb down wifh
one yard f0 go on +he eighf-yard Hne +0 firs+ and 90a
fo go on fbe +hree. The defensive squad, weakened eaHy
in +he game by iniuries +0 BeH. Bossler, and Scbmldh sHH
played ifs usual solid game, and Hue men of '52 finally
wifnessed a vicfory over Hwe Cadefs.
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Wifh +he season's wins and losses lied al four. lhe
Quakers had +0 Crush +he favored Big Red from Cornell
+0 mainlain George Mungerls record of never having
coached a feam wifh a losing season. Playing inspired
ball. +he Pennmen had full confrol oi +he fill from Jrhe
slarling whislle +0 +he final gun. ll was only Jrhree min-
ules afler +he kickoH +ha+ i'JoHin' Joe" Varaifis sliced
+hrough l'ackle. cuf for +he sideline. and raced for 35
yards and six poinfs, Penn wasled many scoring Chances,
bul +his TD. plus Sempier's placemen+ sel Jrhe score in HS
final slol', 7-0. The defensive squad handled ifs assign-
menl perfecHy. never allowing fhe Cayugans inside Penn's
25-yard line. and keeping Cornell inside +heir own +hir+y
mosf of Jrhe second half. The offensive group added i+s
share by gaining 176 yards on +he ground and 99 in +he
air lo +he Big Redls 55 and IS, respecfively.
Special menlion is due Bob Clappier. who sel up +he
Brillian+ defensive backfield play. led by Cap+ain
Harry Warren and Bob Clappier. keeps +he Quakers
ou+ of frouble.
Everyone execufes his assignmenf as fullback Va-
raifis slices +hrough The line. cu+s for +he sideline.
and wifh Deuber leading +he way. races for +he
mosf imporfan+ fouchdown of +he season.
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Bell, who applies a solo Jtackle a+ +he Iasf second.
VlCTORlOUS FINISH, 7-0,
only Jrouchdown on a +hrilling 56-yard punl refurn.
Billy Deuber was Penn's mosf consisfemL gainer, having
+he be51L per carry average for +he season. while defensive
linemen Ed Bell. Bob Evans. Charlie Assiff. Bob Fox. and
Jack Shanalelf. backed up by John Laino and Gerry Mc-
Ginley. played superbly +hroughou+ +he season.
By +he close of +he 5-4 I95I season. +he green Penn
backlield had gained i+s much needed experience. and
lhe line. held logel'her by +he old-fimers when +he going
gof rough, had been manned for long periods by +he
juniors and sophs. Excep+ lor ifs firsl Jrwo encounlers.
+he Quaker feam held all opponenfs scoreless in +he
second half. while shuHing ou+ Navy and Cornell. The
Red and Blue prospeds in 52 are bright even +hough
+he schedule is difficulf and lhe opposifion, including
Nofre Dame. Penn Safe, and Georgia. is lop llighf.
A fiHing +ribu+e +0 a greaf coach.
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ISO lb. FOOTBALL
The ISO-pound Foofball Team. under Hue leader-
ship of Co-Capfains Chase Hunf and John Tucker. 4
k complefed an improved buf losing season, Playing .
a difficulf schedule consisfing of Princefonl Rufgers, I
I f Navy and Cornell. Coach Charles GauH's hard.
1 fighfing aggregafion could show no more +han a
l 1 6-0 win over Princefon and a heartbreaking I4.l3
defea+ fo Rufgers. Working from a spread T-Forma-
+ion wifh a variafion of fine +wo plafoon sysfem. +he
Red and Blue proved +0 be +ough opposifion for
all ifs opponenfs. The hard running of Dale Summer.
bell and +he dependable pass receiving of Ralph
Meacham sparked fhe lighfweighf feam +hroughou+
+he I951 season.
High up in+o Hue air goes Ralph
Meacham +0 snag Chase Hun+'s
pass and six poinfs agains+ Cornell.
Charging Quaker blockers mo-
men+arily hide +he balI-carrier as
+he Iigh+weigh+s fighf againsf +he
Penn defenders close in +0 half a high-si'epping enemy back aHer a ground-gaining
End Ralph Meacham and back Dale Summerbell
ngred consisfenHy in Hwe scoring for Penn, resulfing
in +heir elecfion as Co-cap+ains for H19 I952 season.
Co-cap+ain Chase Hunf. above, worked
hard +0 pu+ +he Red and Blue in H19 black,
as did John Tucker. H16 o+her half of Hwe
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Coach Howie Daiimar, former Penn Ali-American and
Warrior proiessional sfar. eniered his iourih season as coach
of +he Quaker hoopsiers wiih perhaps his s+rongeg+ Squad.
In +he past Coach Dailmar had good dubs. bu? none which
showed more pofeniial ihan +he '52 aggregafion. Lasf sea-
son. Penn iinished +hird in +he Ivy League behind Columbia
and Cornell, bui boih +hese squads suffered Jrhrough gradua.
Hon while fhe Red and Blue, alihough also losing some men!
had +heir siar performers and good replacemenis reiurning.
To cep+ain +hem +hrough +heir diHicuif schedule. which in-
cluded l5 away games. +he ieam Chose Donald Scanlon. A
produdL oi Larchmonf, New York, Don was promofed +0 +he
vargify midway Jrhrough his sophomore season and has given
Don hif his peak in Jrhis
year's Harvard game when he scored 2i poinis.
a good accounf of himself since.
Coaching his fourth year of bail af Penn-
sylvania, Howie Dallmar produced an ou+-
standing feam which was hard +0 bea+
The Quakers launched Jrhe season boasiing perhaps +he
mos+ ou+s+anding player in Jrhe East Ernie Beck, who in I950
led +he couniry in rebounds wiJrh an average of 20.9 per
game. and he fur+her increased his value by scoring 558
poinfs wi+h a shoo+ing average of 4370. H was figured +ha+
sophomore Dick Heylmun would back up Ernie under +he
boards. Dick. sfar oi lasf year's freshman squad, proved him-
sehC a ferriiic rebounder despi+e +he fad +ha+ he is only
Capfain Don Scanlon. Bobby Brooks and Tim
loss of Tom Davis, Dick Dougheriy and Puncky JeHries +he
six ieef +all.
Holf gave +he Quakers Jrhree fine Hoormen.
feam could coun+ on Dick Harfer, Alex JaHries and Larry
Masiers as able repiacemen+s.
Under Coach Dailmar's guidance The squad deveioped
in+o a fine group oi shofs Jr0 insure +hai none of Jrhe re-
bounds grabbed by +his relahvely shorJr Jream would be
wasfed. Accuracy from +he foul line provided +he margin
of vicfory in six Close games. noiably +he 67-66 viciory over
Noire Dame ai +he Palesira, when Quakers made good l9
ou+ of 20 free +hrows.
AH-American candidafe Ernie Beck and Captain Don Scanlon
leap high +0 +ake +he ball away from +he Darfmou+h IndiansI
+wice bea+en by the Pennmen.
Torn Holf, sfar playmaker, goes up for +wo poin+s in +he
opening game againsf Maryland.
Regular guard Bob Brooks poin+s for his Ieff hand she?
againsf +he easily bea+en Swarfhmore five.
Capfain Don Scanlon was largely responsible for Hue
Quakers' splendid record. playing a hard defensive game
and accoun+ing for plenty of fallies.
Through the Season
Wifh Jrelevision refurning +0 Hue Palesfra. Pennsylvania
gof +0 6 hsf s+ar+ wifh five sfraighf vicfories before being
knocked of? 6+ Nofre Dame. Affer Hle Chrisfmas frip +0
Florida. Hwe Quakers ran up a sfreak of six vicfories. includ-
ing a win a+ Columbia Hwaf ended +he Lions' home winning
sfreak af 29 games. Ivy League fifle hopes were dimmed
by losses +0 Cornell and Princefon. and in We Infracify game
againsf LaSalle. Hwe Quakers wen? down affer Eghfing
valianfly againsf Hue gianf Explorers. Wifh +he refurn +0
form Bobby Brooks, +hings looked brighfer. especially affer
Hue vlcfories qver Penn S1afe, Columbia, and a +hrilling
67-66 win over Nofre Dame. Dick Harfer's one-hand push
shof provided Hue margin of vicfory +ha+ made up br Hue
earlier defeat Dick Heylmun and Ernie Beck. who wen?
over Hwe I,OOO poinf mark and scored 45 poinfs aJr Harvard.
combined +0 give Penn 6 double scoring punch, which, in
Hwe lasf +hree weeks of Hwe season broughf +he Quakers info
confenfion for Hue Ivy League crown. Cen+er Ernie Beck
lived up +0 expecfafions b'y seffing a new Ivy League scoring
record and was named +0 Hue AWAmerican ranks.
Record-breaker Ernie Beck, cenfer. leis one go in Ace baIl-handler Bobby Brooks se+s for a quick shof
Jtrue championship sfyle. . . . or a decepfive pass.
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Forward Dick Har+er eyes +he hoop before unleash- Sophomore sensa+ion Dick Hey!man moves fast as
ing his accura+e one-hand shot second high scorer on +he feam.
Tom Holf kepf many a game ou+ Fare wifh I Guard Alex Jaffurs was under +he boards +0 annoy
his deadly sef shofs. and ouffighf +he opposifion consisfenfly.
FIRST ROW: R. Har+er. R. Aiper, G. Cummings. N. Lyons. R. Heylmun; A. JaFfurs, G. Goeringer. E. Beck. L. Masfers'
D. Scanlon. F. Vi+e++a. R. Brooks. T. Holt W. Grey. M. McLaughlin, +rainer; L. Tansur. assisfanf coach.
SECOND ROW: H. Dallmar. coach; W. BoH, manager;
Don Scanlon sh'ains for possession of +he ball againer a Sharpshoo'rer Dick Har+er drives +hrough for a Iay-up
surprisingly sfrong Maryland Jream which bowed 53-52. score in Hue second Penn-Darfmoufh clash.
Maryland .................. . . .
Muhlenberg .............. . .....
Swarfhmore .V ............ ......
Michigan ..... ............
Nofre Dame ..... . ........ . . ; ..
Deiaware ............ ... . ., .
Darfmoufh . . . ............. ,
Bainbridge Navy .....
Harvard A . . . . .........
Prince-l'on . . . . .
LaSaHe ........ , . , , . , .
Navy ............ . , L The baske'rba" feam had a very successful
Penn Sfa+e ............ . . ' ' 59650". Paced by "18 new 'VY League
Columbia ..... ..... g ' - ' , , scoring champ, Ernie Beck. and hard-playing
Nofre Dame . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. guard. Capfain Don Scanlon.
Harvard ' ..... . ......... .
Come" ......... ' ..... .
Princei'on . . .r .
Sophomore whiz Dick Heylman.
second in scoring for +he Quakers.
finds he is no ma+ch for +he fall
marksmen of La Salle as he paws
for +he ball.
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I952 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM
IST ROW: A. Adams, J. Evans. Capt; E. Oppenheimer. H. Leeds. 2ND ROW.
Trainer J. Brennan, C. Assiff. E. Agnew. Coach C. Ridenour. M. WooHil J. Cozzolino.
J. Thomas. Head Mgr.
Coach Charles Ridenour. +hree Hmes iniercoliegiafe I28
pound champion 5+ Penn S+a+e, leads +he Red and Blue
grapplers in +he +ask of rebuilding.
One of +he newesf members of Penn's coaching sfaH,
Charles Ridenour. has broughf with him n01L only years of
experience as freshman coach for Penn Sfafe, bmL a resurgenf
inspira+ion +0 +he wresHing +eam which in recenf years has
noi been foo successful againsiL ifs opponenfs.
The wresHing feam is led by John "Rocky'i Evans. who. in
one of Jrhe mogf s+irring mafches of Jrhe year. deieaied +he
son of Lehigh's Coach Sheridan. In addifion +0 Capiain
Evans. ofher seniors on +he Jream include Marvin Woolf. AI
Adams. and Eric Oppenheimer. However. a sirong Fresh-
man bam led by Russel Down, undeieafed in ali his mafches,
is expeded +0 compensafe for +he loss of +hese men.
"CHARL" ASSIFF, +op hevyweigh+. works ou+ on one of +he
squad. In addifion +0 his maf performances. Assiff holds
down +he Firsf s+ring defensive guard slof on Hue foo+ball ieam.
VARSITY WRESTLING SCHEDULE
Jan. 5-Wes+ Ches+er S+a+e Teachers 3l Penn
Jan. l2-Princefon 29 Penn
Jan. l6-Lehigh 27 Penn
Jan. l9-Cornell 27 Penn
Feb. 9-Brown 25 Penn
Feb. Ib-Yale 27 Penn
Feb. 23-Columbia 27 Penn 3
March l-Rufgers 24 Penn 5
March 8-Navy 26 Penn 4
March lklnfercollgiafcs af Lehigh
March l5-ln+ercollegia+es af Lehigh
Ed Agnew and Marv Woolf learn +he Jfiner poinfs as Coach Ridenour
demons+ra+es on his pupil. Hours are spenf each day by +he new
grappling coach +0 +each Hie men +he Iafes+ +ac+ics.
Jay Cozzolino. l23-pounder. finds himself
in Jtrouble as he is forced fo manuever minus
fhe assisfance of his righf leg.
Jack Evans. cap+ain of +he wresflers. is Hue
dependable firsf s+ring offensive cenfer for
SITTING: H. A. Sher. A. Sonnenblick. J. Fleming. J. Casani. 2ND ROW: C. Alvarezl
G. Balbach. 6. Clark, Capt; T. Halpin. P. JanneHa. 3RD ROW: R. Rambo. Diving
Coach; B. Bowlus. Mgr.; W. Hunt J. DuBois. E. Conway. D. Abrahams. l. Peregoff.
J. Medica. Coach; J. RorerI Mgr.
Under Hwe expemL Jrufelage of Coach Jack Medica, an
Olympic champion and former holder of Hue world s 400
mefer record. We Penn swimming feam has consierenHy
shown well againsf sfronger and more experienced oppo
nen+s Led by Captain Gene Clark. one of +he naHon's fore-
mosf divers. +he Jream also feafures Wally Hunt an ace
diver: Carlos Alvarez. a breasfsfroker: and Pefe JanneHa. a
This year has shown +he rise of Jrwo promising sophomores.
Tom Halpin and John Casani' who fogefher form We bulwark
and nucleus of The swimming feam of coming years.
Coach Jack Medica in one of his
rare poses ou+ of his usual garb
. . . ba+hing hunks and fowel.
Tom Halpin has developed info
+he bes+ sprinfer a+ Pennsylvania
in a number of years. He has been
+he feam's high scorer +his year.
Carlos Alvarez from Havana is
oufsfanding in + h e 200-mefer
breas+s+roke and has been one of
+he mosf consisfenf poinf winners
on Hie I952 squad.
The mermen pull a+ +he wafer and kick Hrelessly as Huey
churn +he lengfh of Hufchinson Pool.
Swimming Capfain Gene Clark execu+es a iack-knife as
he seems +0 hang from +he overhead s+ruc+ures.
THE I95I SOCCER TEAM
IST ROW: D. Morrison, J. Devaney. Capt P. Marcuson. D. Alexander, J. Dahme.
2ND ROW: Mgr. D. Schmidt D. Dekan. P. Hollenbeck. Coach C. Sco++, H. Clifford.
B. Anderson. T. Alverez, Asst Coach A. Binns. 3R ROW: J. Bruno. W. Eve, C. Wile
meih. W. Youngblood. J. Buffs, L. Sorikian. D. Housfon.
Coach Charlie ScoH's l95l Quaker boofers finaHy ll
jusfified his faifh In +hem by Complefing one of +heir mosf :
successful campaigns in recenf years. The squad hash- E
ioned an impressive six and four record againsf some of
+he finesf Infercollegiafe compefifion In +he East As a
furfher +ribu+e +0 +he calibre of play. sfellar lineman Joe
Devaney. a junior, was rewarded for his oufsfanding per-
formances by being named +0 Jrhe All-American feam.
AHhough +hey finished ouf a highly succeszul season. E
+he Pennsylvanians had +0 s+ar+ th +heir backs +0 the
wall. Plagued by numerous injuries The Jream was beafen
in ifs firer Jrhree con+es+s. Desperafe for a vic+ory, Coach
ScoH gambled on stching leH oufside Devaney +0 the
cenfer forward posifion. The swifch worked and +he
feam. headed by Devaney and Danny Alexander. broke
WA ..,.. mmmaye-. A.
Coach Charlie ScoH stands wifh +eam Capfain Paul
Marcuson as +hey view +he Quaker boofers in pracfice.
ouf in a rash of goais and copped five consecufive games.
The sfreak was fea+ured by vidories over such powers as
Navy and Princefon. and an especially Impressive friumph
over Norfh Carolina. champions of +he Soufh. The
boo+ers nexi' +raveled up f0 Wesf Poin+ w'nere +hey were
downed by a narrow margin by a feam +ha+ was rafed
one of fine mosf powerful in +he counrry. HoweVer. +he
schedule ended in a blaze of glory as +he Quakers. led
by haf Jrrick man Alexander, +rounced a never-say-die
Cornell club in He Jrradifional windup game for bofh
A Tiger and Quaker clash in a fesi of "no hands" ball Leading scorer. AIl-American Joe Devaney.
"Jumpin' Joe" Devaney
sends fhe ball neiwarrii.
chalking up one of his
S+ar goalie and beam cap+ain,
Dave McCahan. leaps info +he air
+0 sfop a po+en+ial enemy score.
Four Pennmen bear down on +he elusive ball in a
pre-game prac+ice session.
Under H16 capable fufelage of Coach Percy BeHieid
and We leadership of capfain and goalie, Dave McCahan.
+he I952 lacrosse feam fielded one of Hue sfrongesf Penn
squads in many years. A hosf ob re+urning leHermen and
a few promising men from Hue freshman squad enabbd
+he Quakers f0 fake on a rough schedule headed by such
feams as Princefon' Navy. and Yale. High scoring mid-
fielder, Wally Hunt was ably helped by such other rea
fuming ve+erans as Pefe Jannefa, Sfeve Levin. Bill Scher-
merhorn. and Jack Hundermark. Freshman sfars Ted
Hags+rom. Kip BeaHy. and Frank Gibson played like
seasoned veferans and will debnifely be heard from in
coming seasons. Lacrosse a+ Penn is gaining more recog-
nifion each year as Hue feams confinue +0 improve.
IST ROW: Kanerick. H.; Levin. 5.: Hunder+mark, J.: McCahan. D.I Capt: Schermer-
horn. W.; Hagsfrom, T.: Riddle. R. 2ND ROW: Price. D.; Fuiman. R.: Thomson, F.:
Marcus, J.; Dresslerl N.: Eskow. H.; Newmark. R. 3RD ROW: Lessig. L. L.. Mgr.;
Ayres, J.; S+ern. 5.: Moore. T.: Bonsall. H.; Gibson. F.; Blumberg. R.: Joseph' 5.:
KlineI J.; Belfield. P.. Coach. MISSING: Hunf, L.; Jannefa. P.; Brown. P.; WellsI F. X.
Bob Parmacek. Olympic
saber and epee man. cap-
+ained +he '52 Fencers
+hrough an 8-2 winning
Maes+ro Laios Csiszar has
builf a feam of champions
in his few years as coach
of fhe Fencing Team.
I952 FENCING TEAM
FIRST ROW: A. Levine, R. Parmacek. capfain; F. Barfone.
SECOND ROW: P. Bossen. assisfani manager; I. Dushoff,
l. Unger, Maesfro, L. Csiszar. coach; R. Goldman. H.
Harkowifz. A. Pearl. assis+anf manager; B. Hayes. J.
Dimens+ein. head manager.
In Hue brief years H1a+ Maesfro Lajos Csiszar Has been
af Penn. fhe fencing feam has risen from Hue? of 0 non-
F E N Cl N G exisfing unif f0 a na+ional power which culminafeo lasf
year wifh H18 copping of second place in +he NCAA
lnfercolleglme Tournament This year. th an unde-
feafed season looming. Hue fencing Jream hope; To wear
H18 Champion's crown. Paced by Capfair Roberf Par-
macek. a member of He U. S. Oiympic saber and epee
squads. Hwe Jream also includes such s+ars as Hal Marlo,
wifz, Al Selinger. and Achilles Nickles in foil, Frank Barfone
and Sandy Levine in saber, and John Tor'H Al Puben, and
Ira Dushoff in epee.
"On guard!" Fencing is an art and no+ a "50H" spori. Arms
and legs ache Harough long prac+ice sessions +0 ready +he
fencers for +heir opponenfs.
Rufgers I9-8 ..... VYale Ib-Il
LafayeHe 23-4 , . , . Haverford l8-9
Prince'ron l8-9 ...... Columbia I0-l7
Navy 1542 ........ Lehigh l7-I0
Virginia 20-7 V , , New York Univ. IO-l7
FRONT ROW: R. Lipsey. G. Pra+cheH. cap-
tain; G. Ma+hison, T. Leibo. BACK ROW:
R. Hays. coach; E. Wallace. W. Pequigno+.
F. Keiferrer. R. Ollivierre. manager.
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Penn's aH-veferan I952 golf squad iusfified +heir pre-season acclaim by again driving
in an excellenf season score. Coach Bob Hayes. who has for severah years Jrurned in
+he bes+ wonhlosf record in +he Quaker Afhlefic Deparfmenf, claims if was one of fhe
besf Jreams he has ever coached.
Refurnlng leHermen Tom Leibo, Gerry Mafheson. Dick Lipsey, George PrafcheH,
Fred KeHerer, Arnold John, and Bill Pequignof formed an experienced aggregafion,
Nong wiJrh sophomore Ed Whallace. former N. J. Junior Champ and Dick Ollivlerre.
playing-manager. rounded ouf fhe '52 squad.
The Red and Blue. early Jroqued as +he +eam +0 beaf on +he Easfern lnfercollegiaha
link circuit fumed In fine performances bofh away and on +he home course af Valley
Forge Counfry Club.
George PraicheH capiains +he Penn gohc
in a fine '5l record +0 earn his posi+ion as
head of +he Iinksmen.
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April 4 LafayeHe May 2 Princefon
April 5 Dar+mou+h May 3 George+own
April l6 Swarfhmore May 5 Delaware
April I7 Lehigh May 8 Franklin and Marshall
April I9 Navy May l4 Drexel
April25 Haverford May l6 Bainbridge
May I Wesf Chesier May 22 LaSalle
Number one man on +he +eam. Gerry
Mafhison. displays some of +he form
necessary +0 compefe againsf +he +op
golfers of +he eas+ern schools. Regu-
lars Tom Leibo. Cap+ain PrafcheH.
and Iasf year's capfain. Dick Lipsey,
I952 TENNIS TEAM
FIRST ROW: L. Apo'rhaker, J. Rose. H.
Clifford R. Levy. SECOND ROW: 3.
Sweeney, Coach W. Johnson. D. Lewin.
Mgr.; C. Byerly. R. Sugar. ALSO: J. Whif-
moyerI W. EveI A. Klingeman, R. Kully.
OH +0 a slow s+ar+. Coach Wallace Johnson's l95l nefmen picked up
sfeam in +he middle of fhe campaign and rushed on +0 a blazing finish. pro-
ducing one of H19 finesf records in recenf years. In addifion +0 producing
an almos+ ?awless record in mafches oufside of He Ivy League. +he feam
compiled a much improved rafing in Hue difficult League mafches. againsf
+he Jrop Jreams of Hwe Easf.
Oufsfanding In lasf year's success were Capfain Clin+ Packard, Jim Whif-
moyer, Hank Clifford. Warren Eve, Bob Levy, and Charles Byerly.
In addifion +0 Hwe laHer members. SI squadman Jeff Rose and frosh s+and-
omL Ellis Klineman should add s+reng+h +0 H16 '52 squad. YA C H Tl N G
. The Penn Yachf Club is made up of H18 Universify's undergraduafes who
HRST ROW: Roberf Rl.ddle' Bruce GJOFd- are inferesfed in yachfing and boafing. Sailing and yachfing feams are com-
van, Paul ElgggNF6anlsg$haggrzg'rd lug?- prised of Club members who fake an acfive parf in infercollegiafe regaHas
eargmwmiam Callahan Cimarles Siewart represenfing Pennsylvania. Their chief acfivify of Hue pasf year was We
Eernlard MacFarland. originafion of +he ln+er-Fra+erni+y RegaHa.
Anchorman Bob DewiH s+eps ou+ +0 hold Penn's precious
5-yard lead as sideline followers urge him on during +he 0
college mile relay in Franklin Field. .
Over 3000 afhlefes from 500 schools. colleges. and
universifies swarmed Info Franklin Field for +he fiffy-sev-
enfh annual Penn Relays Carnival. The fwo-day session
on +he new Jrwere lane Jrrack produced such record-
breaking momenfs as Shea's 0Wesf POEM 9zl L9 fwo-mile
friumph and Sfanfield's 0Se+on HalU 25, V4" broad-iump
ManhaHan's +hrilling upsef of Morgan Sfafe In +he
sprinf relays highlighfed +he feam evenfs, buf Hwe highiy
+ou+ed Wilf-Gehrman-Bannis+er baffle for He Ben Frank
lin Mile was +he evenf of fhe carnival for mosf of fhe
30.000 fans. Roger Bannis+er made his frip from London
well worfh his while by capfuring +he confesf in 4208.3 +0
close +he Red and Blue Carnival.
Up and over +he bar goes a Quaker high-iump arHsi in an
efforf +0 cap+ure honors for +he feam.
Briiisher Roger Bannis+er receives +he winner's irophy from
Penn's Direcior of A+hle+ics, Francis T. Murray. for his
vicfory over Fred Wilf and Don Gehrman in Hue classic
Penn Relays mile.
The 1952 Cindermen were very hopehM of improving
upon lasi' yearhs rafher dismay showing. The poor record
amassed by +he 'SI squad was due in large measure +0
Jrhe graduafion of +he previous yearhs sfandoufs, sfars who
had phayed such an insfrumenfal parf in Pennhs uncanny
success In +he Relays oh +ha+ year. However. despife
Jrhe feamhs poor performance in dua1 meeJr compehfiony
Jrhe charges of Coaches Ken Doher+y and JeH Kirk had
a few accomplishmenfs oh which To be proud. The Zemlle
relay Jream pieced +hird in Jrhe Perm Refaysy and +he sprinf
and disfance medley reiay Jreams Jrurned in commendable
performance in Jrhe Norfh Carolina Relays.
Much Is exoecl'ed Jrhis season hom Van Zimmerman a
firsf ra+e pde vauH prospect who has aheady deared +he
bar af l3 Beef. in +he ofher held evenfs. John Thomas I;
In good physicai shape +0 fry +0 break more lavehn
records. and Arf Faqu a good sprinJrery shomd be very
valuable in +he broad jump. Capfaln Dave Sf. George
along wIJrh Zimmermah is a dependable pole vauher ano
hard worker for +he Cindermen.
The hack evenh are abundanf wifh falenf. Among
Jrhose expeded +0 be heard from are Paul Raudenbush.
a sensahon in eHher +he +housand or half mile, Bruce WH-
liams. who is sfeadi-ly Improving in Jrhe mile, Bob DeWiH,
who sef a new Polar Bear meef record in +he l.0007yard
run, and George Rieder, an excellenf quarfer mife prOSe
pecf. The squad should be weH rounded omL by hur-
dlers Pau! Keogh and foofbaHer Cad Sempier, phJs +he
oufsfahding sophomore Charles Emery. who has Jrossed
Jrhe discuss excepfionaHy weH.
Coach Ken Doherfy has a big 1013 +0 fill +he
gaps leH by recenHy graduafed Penn s+ars.
However, +he +eam is improving sfeadily
and +he Quakers should reach Haeir peak
I952 TRACK TEAM
IST ROW: D. Harshaw. R. Dolan, mgr.; A. Faulk. J. Thomas, P. Keogh. D. 5+. George.
capt; L. Maxwell. K. Nelson. R. DewiH, L. Nachman.
2ND ROW: K. Doherfy, coach;
R. Erdos assoc. mgr.; B. Bauer. C. Sempier, C. Emery. J. McCallum, G. Rieder. P. Levy.
V. Zimmerman, P. R
audenbush, J. Kirk. assist coach; L. Levine. Trainer. 3RD ROW:
' ' ' ler G. Ohn+rup.
. G . D. HorenshrelnI G. Gilmer. B.Torruel1a. R. Cu+ .
ER. ?gignfb 4TLIl-IJSTQOW: H. Kamene+sky. B. WiJiams. J. Rosenblum. J. DushoFf. C.
HoHensfein. S. Higiey. R. Lebow.
Penn's +wo-mile relay ieam. composed of DeWiH. Roudenbush, Dodd and Levy, jogs
around +he frack in a workout
Cindermen Work . . .
Sprin+ers George Rieder and Ken Nelson
Ief off s+eam and pradice bafon handling
PolevauH arfisf Dave 5+. George cap+ains on Hwe Franklin Field hack.
the up and coming Red and Blue h'ackmen.
Top sprin+er and broadiumper. Ar+
Faulk sails +hrough +he air in con-
ques+ of a Penn First
A former New Jersey S+a+e high
school champion. Bob DeWiH has
developed. +hrough his firs+ +wo
years wifh fhe Quakers. info a fine
haIF-miier and disfance man. Bob
sef a new record for +he IOOO-yard
evenf in Hue Polar Bear Meef +his
year, doing +he dis+ance In 2:l7.4.
"M A Andy Kirk. las+ year's hack capnl'aln1
, . 1 clears fhe bar neaHy +0 s+ay in +he
IC4A champ in many a yearI John
Penn's only shof
McCallum, demonsfrafes how +0 puf +he
In his firsf year af Hwe hewm ow +he Quaker oarsmen,
Coach Joe Burk did a marvelous job. Nof only did +'ne
'51 crew give a good accounf of Hself +hroughouf Hwe
regular season, buf for Hue firsf Hme in several years
placed as high as 5+h in Hwe annual regaHa. held Iasf year
Perhaps H18 oufsfanding feaf of a highly successful
season was fhe varsify's courageous Childs Cup victory.
over Prince+on. Hue Jream which had swepf +he river in
aH Jrhe previous races of H16 day.
Among +he varsify s+alwar+s helping +0 bring abouf
such an improved season were lrv Miller. Sfeve LiHauer.
Beef McCall. Dan Piccone. Curf Gager. Dick Johnson,
Arf Houlihan. Charley Armbrusfer. and Coxswain Bill
Ou+ of +he boa+house come Hue oarsmen
carrying one of +he "shells" foward Hue
river for a +en-mile pull.
In his second year as coach of +he
The squad: D. Piccone. C. Gager. P. MacNamara.
Houlihan. I. Miller and J. McCaH.
Pennsylvania crew. Joe Burke is
doing a fine job keeping +he
Quakers ou+ in hont
C. Armbrus+er. S. LiHauer. A.
Coach Burke gives a few Iasf bifs of advice and ins+ruc+ion 'ro varsi+y coxswain Bill
Chapman before +he boa't heads up +he river.
On the River
The pracfice boa+s churn by +he boafhouses along Riverside Drive during an early
Vicforious Universify of Pennsylvania Iigh+weigh+ crewmen +oss coxswain Rober+ Robin-
son in+o +he wa+er af+er winning +he Thames Challenge Cup a+ +he Henley RegaHa in
England. July 7I I95I.
ISO lb. CREW
Allhougll lorced lo meel emnmeg
lhemselve: lhe l95l llghlwelghlg P,
The mosl succegslul s
eason of any ISO-lb.
brew since lhe sporf was inillaled al lhe
Universily. Winning +he Easlern nglwl.
welgl'll Championship was only lhe begin-
ning for flue '51 record breakers. Aller
remaining unbealen in flue Uniled Slales
Coach Al Lewn's oarsmen invaded Europe.
Here +hey reaped even grealer laurels,
going undelealed +hrough live heals lo
caplure lhe Themes Regalla: lhen as a
crowning achievemenf lhe l50's lraveled
+0 Hamburg and emerged as viclors over
FIRST ROW: R. Dorsch, W. KaHerman. S. Joy, W. Wells. and B. Doyle. SECOND
ROW: Varsi+y Coach Joe Burk. R. Pendall. F. DuBois lcapr, R. RobinsonI and AI Lawn.
ND l A+hle+ic Direcfor Franny Murray congrafulafes Capfain Frank
! DuBois of +he l50-lb. championship crew as Coach AI Lawn
looks on. Shown on Hue +able are several of +he feam's
frophies which Huey acquired in +heir inferna+ional conquest
Bri'rish specfafors are seen wa+ching H1e Henley Regaffa on +he Thames in which fhe
Penn lighfweighfs were friumphanf.
Enfering his lourlh year as Quaker diamond menlor, Coach
Howard Dallmar has prospecls of an exlremely successful
season. The I952 club will be sparked by Caplain Gene
SaHler and reluming velerans Daniel Alexander. Ken Baum-
ler, and Connie Mack. Lasl season's 'lhol and cold" mound
shall conslsling of Bob Brooks, Tom Hanlon, Bob Dembar,
and Ralph Meacham will all be back plus +he addifion of
Freshman slandouf Larry Maslers. Coach Dallmar's a5-
piranls began spring praclice early in February and con-
Jrinuecl Jthese indoor drills unlil +he middle of March when Hue
wealher permiHed +he Jream lo go ouldoors. The veferan
ball club is presenfly anxiously awailing spring recess when
+he Jream will embark on ifs annual Soulhern Jrrip opening up
Jrhe I952 "diamond" campaign.
Coach Howie Dallmar +urns from baskeiball
+0 baseball in +he spring fo guide +he
Quaker diamond squad.
Penn's Connie Mack +ouches second and +hrows fo Hrsf for a double play. as Ken
Baumler hi+s +he diri during a prac+ice game.
The boys relax before faking OFF on +heir annual Spring Recess iaun+ which .s'raris +he
season. The preHy airline hos+ess gefs a few Hps on "how +0 make a hit"
A Villanova man is Jragged ou+ a+ +hird by Baumler as he +ries +0 sfre'rch a double.
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Leffy Bob Brooks does plenfy of hurling for
Howie Dallmar, and shu+0u+s seem +0 be
righf down his alley.
Affer +he opening I7-Il +riumph over LaSalle.
which feafured Fifzpafrick's 4 bagger in +he six
run sevenfh inning. +he '51 Quakers began Jrheir
sporadic season. Such highligh+s as Tom Hanlon's
Jrhree hif friumph over Wesf Chesfer and Bob
Brooks' 2-0 shufouf of Army were offsef by blowups
such as Cornell's l4-5 romp over Jrhe Red and Blue
in which four separafe Quaker hurlers allowed II
runs in Jrhe lasf fhree innings.
As Jrhe season drew +0 6 close Jrhe Dallmarmen
showed Jrremendous improvemenf as Jrhey swamped
Harvard 8-2 and edged Darfmoufh 6-5.
A "pick-off" is aHemp+ed by Jrhe Prince+onians. bu+ +he aleri' Penn
runner scampefs back in fime.
Second baseman and captain of 4M
1he Quaker nine is veferan player th
Gene SafHer. Gene played fine ' i 44
ball 1651' year and has a good squad 1; 3; .,
of refurning leHermen +0 back him
Firs+ sacker Paul Fiizpahick dis-
poses of a pofenfial Wildcaf score.
Mr. J. A. GIascoH, direc+or of Inframural Afhlefics, sfands in fronf of fine Roll of Honor
in Hufchinson Gymnasium. Name pla+es of +he winners of +he various sporfs are
Under +he direcfion of John A. Gbscoff. Pennsylvania enjoyed a
successful lnframural Sporfs program fhroughouf Hwe l95l-52 aca-
demic year. As in pasf years some of H18 oufsfanding a+h1e+es in
several of Hwe mlnor sporfs were discovered in Inhamural compe+E-
Hon. Besides fhe program's value +0 coaches 1ooking ?or maferial,
if afso sfimufafed frafemify and dormifory spirif +hrough i+s varied
In some of Hue Individua sporfs such as WresHIng and Track, we
see 1tra+ernlfy men and independenfs aer HgMIng for H19 AH-Uni-
versify champiomships of his parchlar confesf. On +he ofher hand,
in feam sporfs, compefifion Is sflmuia+ed by +he awarding of
frophies +0 Hue wInning squad.
Joe Sh'verman Undergraduafe Manager of lnframura! Afhlefics.
was insfrumenfaV In making Jrhe arrangemenfs 1tor guiding +he pro-
gram +hrough one of H3 mosf succesmcu;I seasons. This year +he
lnframurak accompHshed fheir chid goal: To give aw Penn studenlrs
an equal opporfumfy +0 parficipafe in sporfs during +heir leisure
Joe Silverman, undergradua+e manager of
inframural afhlefics, has done much +0
organize and promofe +he a+hie+ic program
a+ Hue UniversHy.
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The Hufchinson Gym is Hue scene of hard-foughf
dorm. fra+erni+y and independen+ clashes +hroughouf
In +he fall. six man foofball games are a big aHrac- +he winfer.
fion and +here's no room for +he chap who doesn'f
like +0 "rough if."
The squeeze is on as +he Iigh+weigh+s vie for +he
Universify individual weigh+ fi'rles a+ sfake.
IST ROW: M. WoolfI R. LevyI P. Marcu-
son. P. Keogh. T. Henlon. Pres.; G. Smurlerl
R. Page. C. Smifh, H. O'NeillI R. McGin-
Iey. C. Sempier. 2ND ROW: D. Scanlon.
J. Dimensfein. D. Deakine. R. Oppenheim-
er. C. Assiff. R. Har+er. D. Hovey. D.
Greenberg. S. Hagger+y. D. Zimmer. 6.
Adams. F. Brown. J. Evans. 3RD ROW: W.
Hunl'. D. Lipsey, D. Dolan. R. Erdos. L.
Ungar. B. Parmacek, R. Dorsch. J. Dahme.
K. Baulmer. D. Murray, C. Cornog. S. LH-
+auer. 4TH ROW: D. Piccone. J. Dele-
haniy. B. Clappier. G. Pra+che++, W. Adair.
S. RiHer. J. Govi, D. Summerbell, M.
Marvin. D. Alexander, W. Bowlus. H. War-
ren. 5TH ROW: N. Schmidt K. NelsonI
J. Moses, A. Jaffurs, J. Tobin. C. Mellen.
S. Hoffs+ein, C. Mack. Ill: J. Lesiig. Jr.;
C. Hill. Jr.: P. Dennonf, D. McCahan. J.
The Varslly Club al Perm, boasling membership 01'
leHer-holdlng alhleles from bolh major and minor sporls.
fos+ers +he advancememL of all sporls on campus. In Jrhe
enaclmenJr of lhls policy. Jrhe club ulilizes lwo melhods
Realizing +ha+ many minor sporls receive liHle allen-
lion. +his group allempls +0 promole publiclly in all
possible ways. ll places emphasis on inlerdormilory.
inlerlralernily, and inler-class sporls compelilion by pre-
senllng awards +0 various Jreams.
The Club also malnlains lhe slalus of spokesman lor
all alhleles al Penn in whichever way if is needed.
The Varsily Boal Club exlsls lo encourage more sludenl
lnleresl in rowing and lo sllmulale aclive parlicipalion
in +he sporl by +he undergraduales. Composed of Jrhe
enlhusiaslic and splriled oarsmen ol Jrhe Unlverslly. lhe
Club confinues llS high spirif Jrhrough regular socials
and meelings in which problems ol +he sporl are
VARSITY BOAT CLUB
VARSITY BOAT CLUB
J. Delehan+y, J. Tobin. S. LiHauer.
D. LeFF. W. Meyers. R. Maser.
SlTTlNG: C. Mellen, l. Miller, D. Picone.
ROW: R. Dorsch. R. Johnson. R. Dempsey.
P. Dennanf, W. Clapp, B. S+oke. M. Trouf.
3RD ROW: A. Exner. 5. Joy, W. Jackman.
SPIKE SHOE CLUB
Penn's Spike Shoe Club provides Jrrack and cross
counfry parficipanfs th an organizah'on in which fhey
may exchange friendship and good Hmes wifh sfudenfs
of similar in+eres+s. Through parfies and oJrher socials.
H fosfers +hese aims and. in realHy, Jrhe group is +he
social frafernHy for Jmack and cross coun+ry acfivifies.
SITTING: S. Cohen. Mgr.; R. Wie-
mar. V. Pres.; M. Wolf, Pres.; J.
Thomas. Mgr.; J. Evans. Capt
2ND ROW: P. Posmanfur. Mgr.:
A. Adams. H. Leeds. A. Sklower.
ABSENT: E. Hyman. J. Cozzol-
Iino. C. Assiff, C. S+ewar+. M.
SPIKED SHOE CLUB
SITTING: B. Brause. R. DeWiH,
D. Sf. George. L. Maxwell. P.
Keogh. Pres.; G. Rieder. B. Dodd,
K. Nelson, A. Thompson. 2ND
ROW: A. Kaminsky, L. Nochman,
A. Faulk, H. Graff, A. Rose. J.
Gaspari. R. Lebou. N. Sfevens. R.
Dolan. Mgr.; K. Horfon, P. Raud-
enbush. 3RD ROW: B. Marfin. R.
Erdos, C. Hoffensfein. J. Torruella,
N. Greene, B. EnnisI G. Ohan'rrip,
Members of Jrhe various Penn wresHEng feams have Jrhe
addifional honor of being eligible for +he Grapplers
Club. The aim oh +he club is +0 promofe inferesnL in
wresHing af +he Universify. Many gueSIL speakers. weH
known for +heir parffcipafion in wresHing. were presenf
af club meefings +his year.
SITTING: A. Markowih.
L. Ungar. F. Bar+one.
Pres.: P. Permacek.
The Gladius Club co'nsisjrs of +he leading members of
+he Universify's lnfercoHegiaJre Fencing Team. l+s purpose
is +0 sfimulafe an in+eres+ in fencing among Penn sfu-
denfs. Each year Jrhe Club conducfs a Gala Nighf of
Fencing. which is +he club's main acfivify on campus.
The Managerial Board has a +wo-fold purpose: To
serve +he Jream and +0 aid +he coach in carrying 0qu Jrhe
sporfs schedule. Hs principle fundions are +0 Hme and
score confesfs. handie equipment plan Jrrips and disburse
There are many benefifs gained while serving as a
manager. They include experience wifh +he oufs+anding
afhlefes of Jrhe Universify, earning a varsify leHer, and
helping fhe Universify in Infercollegiafe Acfivifies.
Surely Jrhe sfudenf body owes +he Managerial Board a
vofe of +hanks for a iob well done.
SITTING: R. Ollivierre. C. Hill. W. Bowlus. Pres.; J. Tobin. R. Lewis. 2ND ROW: W.
BoH'. J. Thomas. C. McKinney. L. Lessig. J. Demensfein. ABSENT: D. Schmidt R. Dolan.
Posed on Franklin Field, leff +0 right are: C. Faunce. J. Rench. R. Sandler. Head
Cheerleader S. Fuess, D. Jacoby, and R. Cra+on.
Suppoang +he +eam is. nexf +0 playing +he game, +he mos+ im-
porfanf elemenf of success in fhe afhlefic confesf. Throughouf Hue
foofbaH season. ' ScoHy ' Fuess and his boys did a grea1L job keeping
+he Penn sfands alive and JeHing +he boys on Hwe field know we were
righf wifh Hwem.
The Baske+ball season again broughf Hue cheerleaders 0qu +0 back
Hue ream. and "Lef's Go Quakers ' replaced "Hang JeFF Davis," sfill
cheering H18 Red and Blue fo vidory. Spirif is imporfanfefhe cheer-
leaders did a good job.
An amplifier helps ScoHy s+ar+ +he cheers and ge+
+he s+uden+ body foge+her. Even af Wisconsin. our
only away gridiron clash. ScoHy was on hand.
screaming +0 a handful of Quakers for support
An Army cheerleader shares +he Cade+'s mule wi+h
Bob Sandler during halffime af Franklin Field.
The Ivy Ball of 1907 was held in
Weightman Hall where the decorations
helped to hide the ejfect of being in a
These lovely OJ damsel: were a few of
of the co-eds of 1919 at Penn who were
the cause of much dispute concerning
coeducation. The dispute still rages.
It seems as though every ball room or
party has its cozy anterooms. The gen-
tleman in this picture is evidently un-
afected by the quarters.
From the RECORD of 1887:
"It has been the popular belief for the past three years
that only the young blossoms, With a small sprinkling of
'budsf would endure the inconvenience of a ball in West
Philadelphia; hence the present custom of setting apart
the hJuniorh hPromy for the youngsters, and for the
benefit of the full-blown buds, giving the Senior ball in
town. Agreeable to this idea, ,87 gave her 'Ivyh on April
the eleventh in the Annex of the Union League.
The crowds of dancers and the great financial success
proved the wisdom of the policy. The walls were deco-
rated by tasteful masses of flowers, and the trophies of
Our Victorious teams; while the magnified badges of the
Fraternities lent a bewitching air of mystery to the font
ensemble. With such a lavish hand had the supper been
prepared, that a menu was presented far beyond com-
parison with any previous occasion?
Class Day was a big event, back in 1919,
when the ladies still wore long skirts,
and the men 51lgered uncomfortable
Hare Ibo students and parents
enjoy tbcnzselres 011 NJ: green of the
The charming group of ladies you see
posed here are a group of co-eds who
are planning a dance for the men stu-
Mme: llw H4"
The dormitory area was just as popular y
a spot for taking a stroll with your date
in 1919 as it is now.. The rules con-
cerning women in the dormitories them-
selves, however, were much more strin-
f, , gent. Daily social activities often en-
tailed no more than a walk or a soda in
those days where as today they could
include three or four parties a week.
Walk 124 flit Park
who "What is so fair as a if
dame on a -
l stu- g b a g c
If is dmhulf to imagine flan!
women dressed in garb like this
would Broke any notice or at-
tract wolf-ralls, but judging by
H79 evidence, they did.
Prom of 1926 was held in Wcigbtman Hall and attended by a
throng that would rival fbe crowd that went to tlae Prom in 1951, twenty-fit'c
iy Appla - gliarlgstm -.
Moxt of us' are old enough to rcmcmbcr the wild fl't'lux
over Tommy and jimmy Durwyg thc grcttt popularity mt
Glenn Miller, the rise 0f Bing Crosby and thc suddcn hunt-
of Frank Sinatra. XVC can recall without much difficulty
songs like "Alexandch Ragtime Band? "W'hOP", "Inter-
mezzo? "Deep Purple? and the beginning of tho ridicw
lous, nonsensical dittics like "Hudsut RnltonH and "Mares
Eat Oats? Some of these things Will come back tn us in
real life; stars and bandleadcrs often make comebacks,
songs, plays and movies arc revived, but most of it WL'
shall have to leave to memory. The RECORD hopes that
these pages Will keep some of the merrier things in our
However, for before our time, WC will have to rely on
what history tells us. In the last century, so much of our
advancement, both scientihcally and culturally and so-
cially, has come nbOut within the last four decades that
WC would barely recognize the kind of life our grand or
great grandparents lead :15 resembling our own. His was
the day before the movies, television, and jukc boxes, but
his was not a boring existence, by any means.
0019, la la! This picture, in 1920, was mp-
tioned: "Four reasons wlay Hamilton Walk is
popularf, Today we can find more and better
The first Interfraternity Ball was held in 1920 "to promote a closer association
among fraternitiesy This year, with an elaborate program for an entire
week of interfraternity events-and a special Brotherhod program prove that
Today finds the
our predecessors were not without cause or imagination.
fraternities at Pennsylvania much more unified in purpose and s
in spirit of action.
:4 q; ;C;
a m f re m ch
All-Amcrican fooball plzgers,
hn his day, is flanked here 10 two debutants
Frank Reagan, one of Peunk few
active and popular man on atmpus l
attending the Mask and Wig show.
ugw- u-FM -
Frank Gary, editor of the Daily Pennsylvanian,
dances with a coed after a fashion show to boost
Bundles For Britain. It hardly seems a decade
With the prospective of one hundred years to look back
on, we can see that despite fads and fashions, old songs
or new dances, strict chaperoning or Wilder living, the
basic things in our social lives have not changed. The
temporary features of social affairs have proven unim-
portant. It has been largely the companionship that we
have found at Pennsylvania in our daily living, rather than
the big event in the social season, that have made life so
enjoyable for us.
Perhaps under the veneer of that flipancy that is so char-
acteristic of youth we have also grown up. We have not
been so oblivious to our times and environment so as not
to learn something from them. We have learned to accept
and be trusted With the extra responsibilities that more
social freedom, given to us both by our parents and by
our University, entails. We are fortunate to have achieved
such a fine beginning in the art of living With others.
This Junior Prom, unlike that of 1926 on the previozls
page, was not a flapper dance by any means. By
1940, when this picture was taken, song-lovers had
"ont-grown" the Charleston and had turned instead
to the smoother music of Vincent Lopez. Here be
conducts the orchestra as the couples watch, regis-
tering di'gerent reactions to the Lopez style.
Held in the West Lounge of Houston Hall, the Fresh-
man Formal of 1940 featured George Sommer and his
band. A fast-moving program of informal enter-
tainment added highlights to the occasion, the climax
of which came when Saint Nick interrupted the pro-
ceedings to distribute gifts.
MONROE TROUT. Presiden+ of +he Junior Class. and Maan
Rosemarin. weekend chairmanl presen+ Jthe "Junior CaneIl
+0 Dr. S+assen.
TOM SCOTES and Dick Sherbahn bear The flags as +hey
lead +he Junior Class in +he +radi+ional "Cane March" along
+he Big Quad. The Juniors march +hrough mos+ of +he
campus and conclude +he ceremonies wi+h a chapel service
in Irvine Audiforium.
The highlighf of +he fall social whirl was Junior
Weekend. Beginning wifh +he Junior Cane March
on Thursday and ending quife properly wifh house
parfies on Safurday evening. Penn men and +heir
dafes had a fime long +0 be remembered. Many
hundreds joined in +he fradifional march +0 +he
Chapel. The nexf day. aHer a series 01: pre-dance
cockfail parfies. +he JuniorsT as well as all ofher
sfudenfs. danced +0 The music of Freddie Marfin
and his orchesfra. who en+er+ained wifh a large
variefy of dance and noveHy funes.
The neer morning +he campus awoke +0 find
colorful pos+ers being displayed. urging Jrhe Jream
on +0 vidory. The fen finalisfs in +he posfer con-
+es+ paraded on Jrhe field before +he game wifh
Jrhe Zefa Befa Tau posfer adjudged +he winner.
During Jrhe 'nahc Hme. Miss Barbara Lou Klopp.
Junior Weekend Queen. presenfed an award +0
+he presidenf of +he winning frafernify.
The Pennsylvania vicfory over Navy made +he
weekend doubly sweet Happy Pennsylvanians re-
furned +0 Jtheir affer-game parfies +0 ceTebrafe
Jrhe friumph and bring +he weekend +0 a TiHing
:mmmmm wt; - f
THE MEMBERS of Kappa Nu fra+erni+y display +heir BARBARA LOU KLOPP. Junior Weekend Queen. pre-
posfer in +he finals of +he Junior Weekend Posfer Confesf. sen+s +he Posfer Con+es+ Trophy +0 Byron Sachar. Presi-
The winning posfer was crea+ed by Zefa Be+a Tau. denf of Ze+a Be+a Tau frafernHy.
JUNIOR PROM Queen
hour" in Hous'ron Hall.
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THE FIRST couple arrives by faxi a+ +he Broadwood Ho+el
for +he Iarges+ aII-universify social affair of H1e season.
SEVERAL couples "make merryll a+ fheir frafernify +able
during +he firsf infermission.
COUPLES s+ep OFF Hue eleva+or on +heir way +0 +he main
ballroom of +he fashionable downfown hofel.
DANCING +0 Freddy Mar+in's music highligHs Hue nighf's
fes+ivi+ies. TV s+ar Cindy Lord. a+ Penn for +he weekendI
is Hue guesi vocalist
THE SIX FINALISTS for Queen of +he MilHary Ball pose an a coHee
hour in +he Chrisfian Associa+ion +he aHernoon before +he dance.
THE CADET OFFICERS and +heir ladies pass under crossed sabres
during fhe grand march.
DR. D. LINCOLN HARTER presenfs +he "Harfer Gar+er" and a cup
+0 Queen Marilyn Mur+agh. who +hen disposes of +he cup's confen+s
-milk from Dr. Harfer's'favorife cowl Buffercup.
LADIES and +heir escor+s crowd around +he bands+and +0 enjoy Jrhe
capers of Tony Pas+or and his band.
For +he firsf Jrime a+ school +he MiliJrary Ball wenf big
+ime. wifh +he dance being held af Towne Hall. Dancing
+0 Jrhe music of Tony Pasfor and his orchesfra. plus +hb
infermission music of Chuck Gordon's band. +he Army.
Navy. and Air Force R.O.T-.C. cadefs crowded +he ball-
room along wifh +heir dafes un+il Three in +he morning.
A well aHended and highly successful cockfail parfy was
sponsored by +he Navy's Quar+erdeck Sociefy during +he
Parf of +he evening program Included a grand march
by +he newly appoinfed R.O.T.C. cade+ oHicers and +heir
ladies under an arch of crossed sabres. Following +his. +he
Queen of +he Ball. Marilyn Murfagh. was presenfed wifh
a cup. a corsage. and a "Harfer Garfer'h which was fas-
Jreneol +0 her by Dr. D. Lincoln Har+er 01C Jrhe Polificai
EVERYBODY relaxes be-
fween dances af one of
+he many fraferniiy
boofhs around Hue dance
TOWNE HALL shakes when Hwe coupfes whirlvland damp
Haeir fee+ +0 H10 popular ' Mexican Ha? Dance.
Six young damsels vying for Hue queen's +i+Ie relax ai' a
coffee hour given in +heir honor in Housion Hall. Kay Con-
nor. +hird lady from H1e leff. was finally crowned a+ +he Ball.
Twinkling +oes and shuf-fling feef blend as +his lively couple
polish off a fas'r number in modern fashion.
The l-F Ball, held on Friday evening. dimaxed a highly
successful In+er-Fra+ernify Week, under Hwe general chair-
manship of Bloor Redding. The Songfesf, won by DeHa Tau
Delfa. Bes1L Piedge Confesf, +opped by Acacids Fredrick
Dodge. and He l-F banquet Chapel, faculfy Jreas. exchange
luncheons. and Hwe Queen CoHee Hour kepf Pennsylvanians
busy during H19 week unfil Hme for +he big formal splash af
From pre-dance cockfail parfies over a Jrhousand couples
invaded Hue Broadwood Ho+el, jus+ a few blocks hom Cify
Hall. The music of Sammy Kaye and MaH GiHespie filled +he
ballroom for +he five-hour brawl. th Jrime ouf +aken +0 crown
+he ,queen and presen+ awards +0 Hue Bes+ Pledge and Song-
fesf winners. Breakfasf was served in Hie hofel from mid-
nighf +0 four. and many sfragglers finally reHred as We sun
rose over a sleepy Philadelphia.
Safurday affernoon. aHer "Bromo Hour," Bill Davies'
Dixieland boys sfaged a +op nofch jazz concerf in Housfon
Hall. 'Dinner was nex+ on Hue agenda af H19 HHouse."
Maurice's. McShay's, Torello's, or +he like.
A record crowd of nearly nine +housand jammed +he
Palesfra In +he evening +0 wafch Hue Quakers, led by cenfer
Ernie Beck. drub +he defending Lion champs. 77-7l. ShorHy
aHerwards, fra'fernify parfies became Hue core of acfivify.
bringing +0 6 close 1he annual colorful "Fesfival of Hue
One of H19 Ieas+ crowded +ables af +he dance depicfs +he
average scene-emp+y ice bucket full ash +ray and fading
31. w .
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Sammy Kaye and his orchesha provide +he incenHve for smoofh dancing 'fill 3 A. M.
in +he Broadwood's main ballroom.
IST ROW: A. PoHs. Banquef; R.
A+kins, Sfeering; B. Redding. Gen-
eral Chairman: P. Yurchak. Coffee
Hour; J. Newman. Jazz Concert
2ND ROW: R. Fenrick. Tickefs; B.
Lewyl Luncheons; H. Van Sciver,
Publicify; C. Packard. S+eering; H.
Warren. Sfeering. 3RD ROW: L.
Bard. Pledge Award; J. Brownback,
Queen: N. Sfevens. Sfeering: D.
Conliffe, Arrangemenfs. Also on
+he commiHee were A. McComas.
Chapel. and R. Sherbahn. Songfest
Penn coeds deser+ Weir books and
"preHy up" 10 celebrafc H-r:
weekend whh Me men of Pennsyl-
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Nearly five hundred couples crowded Hue
dance floor fo fox frof and rhumba +o Hie
sfrains of Chuck Gordon's band. On +ap
ai Hue bar was coke and, for +hose who
qualified. a sufficien+ quanfify of home
brew. Highlighfing +he evening was +he
crowning of +he Queen a+ ll:00.
Music-maker Chuck Gordon and
his band accommodafed +he
"Soph Hoppers" wifh some fine
arrangemenfs for easy dancing.
Mr. Gordon is known as a "friple
+hreaf" man. since he plays +he
+rombone and +rumpe+ in addi-
+ion +0 doing vocals and +he ar-
ranging of fine numbers. Providing
H1e feminine fouch for his band
was Doris Aliier, a provocaHve
young lady wi+h pleniy of Jtalent
The Penn Sheraion Hoiel, iusf 0H campus.was+i'1e seHing
for Jthis year's Soph Hop, held on Friday evening, March 2!.
The semi-formal dance las'red from nine +0 one. under Hwe
chairmanship of Henry H. Bonsaii. On Sa+urday aHernoon
af four, Bill Davies and his four cohorts gave 0qu wifh
some well-received noise for a Jrwoahour jazz conceri in
Housion HaH. The firsf hour was sfricfly for 113+ening. whiie
+he second hour was ufilized by a goodiy number of sirong-
hearied and long-winded iiHeibuge and Hwe iike. Tha+ evea
ning mosf everyone adjourned +0 Hie various irafemify
socials for some serious dissipaiing.
Crews s+rain and Quakers cheer Coach Burke's oars-
men as +he boafs near +he Finish line.
Thousands of spec+a+ors crowd Hue
easf bank of +he Schuylkill River
of a crisp Sa+urday aHernoon +0
aness +he Frosh. J. V.. and Var-
si+y con'resfs, climax of Skimmer
The "Roaring Twen+ies" come back fo life as sfraw ha+s
and bonnefs +op wind-blown en+husias+s in +heir oufdafcd
The frafernify boys and +heir dafes enjoy a IiHIe reheshmcnf
along +he river be+ween races.
Skimmer Weekend is rc'ach .'
dar. FormerIy 'Cd 3;; Da,
years, Rug; Cdbw wa:
abng wah a crew r3 ,
Friday; MgI'Hr and Dh'e- amav
on Samrda; +he:e crew "3:5:
He core 3; a grea; mec-e':
The dancing chorus of +he annual Frosh
Wiggers show poinf +heir foes and smile
as +hey ge+ in shape for cur+ain Hme.
Thirs+y dancers fill up wi+h punch and
cookies during a break in +he program.
Couples mafch sfeps during one of +he
slow numbers a+ +he "Hop" on Safurday
Freshman Weekend is +he Jtime for
+he firsf year sfudeni's fo officially
+ a k e o v e r +he social limelight
S+ar+ing on Friday affernoon wi+h
+he preliminary Penn Relay games,
which aHraci' +he besf infercol-
Iegiafe frack and field feams in
+he couniry +he evenfs coniinue
wifh +he Frosh Mask and Wig
show Friday evening. Penn Relay
finals Safurday affernoon. and +he
Frosh Hop a+ +he Penn Sherafon
Hofel on Safurday evening.
The class flag is unveiled as Freshman Class Presidenf A dummy in pleasan+ surroundings is Hwe confer of
Phil Tobin officially fakes over his pos'r. affracfion in +his bif of comedy.
Wifh Hue end of anofher giorious year
of college in sight +he lasf social evenf
fook ifs bow May 23. Headed by Ron
Golub, +he Ivy CommiHee pbnned a
memorable weekend. wifh Hue Friday nighf
formal a masferpiece of young dazzling
vfhings in gorgeous gown. escorfed by +heir
dashing Romeos sporfing pre-season fans.
Many Safurday aHemoon picnics, lawn
parfies. and ofher such "fresh air" sorfies
came before Hue popular house formals H161"
evening. Soon anofher Ivy Weekend be-
came a memory: ano+her page of hisfory
in H16 social diary.
IVY WEEKEND COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW: 6. Minds, +icke+s; R. Golub, general chairman: J. ThompsonI
band. and H. Carver. publicHy. SECOND ROW: B. Lewy. sfeering: J. Evans,
+icke+s; D. Knapp. special eveMs. and E. O'Brien, queen.
PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY
Dan+e N. Piccone Bar+on M. Lewy
Charles K. Russell Lesfer L. Lessig. Jr.
P anv ,6 7'1;
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ON INTO THE EVENING couples dance and
ceiebra+e as +he Iasf All-Universify dance of +he
year Jrakes place af +he Broadwood.
COOL, CLEAR BEVERAGES help keep +he
merrymakers smiling in +he warm and crowded
ballroom. AHendance was limifed +0 allow
reasonable space for dancing- and breafhing.
The gradua+es 's+and and sing in +ribu+e +0
alma ma+er. "Hail Pennsylvania."
This happy Penn graduaie is rewarded by a hug from
his sisfer as his proud paren+s look on.
Dr. H. Sfassen, Dr. A. H. WilliamsI Dr. C. Read.
Governor J. FineI and Rabbi W. Fineshriber preside
a+ +he graduai'ion exercises.
During +he one hundred years +he Record
has fold +he sfory of our days af Pennsyl-
vania, +he meaning of commencemenf has
nof changed. To us. if is sfill +he end of a
happy and rewarding porfion of our He.
infellecfually. socially. and cuHuraHy. H is
also Jrhe beginning of a "new" life. in which
we will have +0 pave our own separafe ways.
make our own discoveries. and chance our
own misfakes. Then I91L us foamL our alma
mafer. and +he memory of "dear old Penn!"
Second Annual RECORD Awards
The RECORD Award i'o Jrhe Senior whose coniribuiieriio +he Univer.si+y.
in +he field of afhieiics, has broughi honor and recogmhon +0 Jrhe .Umxier-
sify. and whose leadership and devofion +0 his sporf has been an Inspira-
Jrion +0 his feammafes.
. ALEXANDER J. JAFFURS was chosen for
+his award because of his oufsfanding per-
formance as quar+erback of +he Diamond
Jubilee fooiball +eam and guard on fine
Pennsylvania baskefball ieam. As a player
and leader he displayed +he qualifies of
abiiii'y and leadership, s+ill keeping scholar-
ship formos+ and +hus serving as an in-
spira+ion and credif +0 his teammafes and
. CHARLES K. RUSSELL was chosen ior ?his
award because of his sincere and unrivaled
work in preseniing +he news +0 Pennsyl-
vanians. as edi+or-in-chief of +he Daily
Pennsylvanian; and for his superb Ieader-
ship of flue Universify undergraduaie or-
ganizafions. serving as chairman of fhe
. The RECORD Award +0 +he Senior whose confribufion +0 +he Universi+y.
m non-afhlefic exira-Curricuiar adivifies. has done +he mosf +0 iurfher +he
inferesfs of +he Universify. and whose diligenf work and enfhusiasm has
been an inspirafion +0 his class.
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IT STARTED IN 1952 . . .
The Class of 52 witnessed the
dawn of the Universityhs future.
It saw the rise of Dietrich Hall,
new home of the Wharton School of
Finance and Commerce . . . of the
Thomas 8. Gates Memorial Pavilion
and Medical Alumni Hall, new ad-
juncts of the University Hospital
and Medical School . . . and of the
War Memorial Flagpole.
No class ever had its time and
place in Pennsylvaniahs 212-year
history more tangibly marked.
These are only the first products
of a plan to transform 136 acres
into a great, new heartland of
learning. Ground already has been
cleared for a new Physics Building.
Next will come a new University
Library. a nursess home, completion
of the Chemistry Building, a new
in-patient building for the hospital,
physical improvement of the Law,
Towne and Fine Arts Schools, the
Botany and Psychology Depart-
ments and the menhs dorms, a
campus for women . . . and a Uni-
Bigness and beauty alone are not
the goals. The plan is functional,
conceived because the Universitvhs
mission has outgrown its resources.
It also contemplates a more ade-
quate endowment of teaching and
Nineteen Fifty-two saw great
buildings materialize. It also saw
a force set in motionea force to
be kent moving bv the energies
of the Universityhs alumni and
The Class of 52 is welcomed to
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