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To pic- ture a little of the hardy spirit that was present at the founding of the Pittsburgh Academy, that has guided us for the ensu- ing one hundred forty-one years, and that now is portrayed in the Cathedral of Learning, has been the goal of the 1929 OWL staff. CONTENTS FEATURES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FRATERNITIES IUHNSTOWN IUNIORS SENIORS v' ' ....... . -'Aan ...- ' ....- I 11-1 'U Y -nr . I .X 1 , . A V' 5 2- L 5 'Iii wI?W21:P:".f4-..- , '-1.-1-w59ZiiDZkxX. A 1 M' + 3 'Sk I -.11 DEDICATION o John Gabbert Bowman, Chancellor, Whose Vision And Energy Have Made Pos- sible The Cathedral of Learning For The People of Pittsburgh And Of Western Pennsylvania, We Dedicatc The 1929 OWL. 1 I 1 1 .3 . 1 , . , , . 1 .. .. , . , ' ,..,"'1 ' . -. --:.-..A.-4. -111111-Vu1.111lI 5111111111111 1.11.111111111111u.11ulvll" ""'.. 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SXTY OF seigsmrvofpf' ,A wah A6105 fy, nr Em 'N :::5fE:5:fQ:q:g!V' E ff My sq 'X' eve? 2-.052 -IL-'E 57.1.1-QQ -:gg 1 sy 'N I 5 9 W S ,Q ergo D. 'O WIQOSW -g.f Y .-5 r UH l . E .:' "Q?'-57 'L if -' :I f-LF Q and I Page 11 5 F1929 J BOARD OF RUSTEES QQ OFFICERS GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP. ,... I Preyzdent SAMUEL ALFRED TAYLOR ....D,..,, . Vzce Preyzdent CHARLES WESLEY RIDINGER ....,E. .DA........... ..,.,...... V 2 ce Prwzeierzt SAMUEL BLACK LINHART ......U, ,A.,.. S ecretezrgf and Actzntg Treasurer THOMAS PATTERSON ........ ............,,..,...... S olzcztor MEMBERS Page 12 EDWARD VOSE BABCOCK JOHN GABBERT BOWMAN ARTHUR BRAUN ROBERT DAVIS CAMPBELL GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP WILLIAM LEWIS CLAUSE OGDEN MATHIAS EDWARDS, JR. LOUIS EMANUEL JOHN STUTCHELL FISHER BENJAMIN GILBERT FOLLANSBEE ISAAC WILLIAM FRANK HOWARD HEINZ WILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND ARTHUR LUTHER HUMPHREY HOWARD IRISH JAMES HENRY LOCKHART EXECUTI GEORGE HUBBARD CLAPP JOHN GABBERT BOWMAN T. HARLAN BAIRD MCKNIGHT CHARLES HOWARD KLINE ANDREW WILLIAM MELLON RICHARD BEATTY MELLON HENRY CLAY MCELDOWNEY T. HARLAN BAIRD MCKNIGHT JOHN HANCOCK NICHOLSON GEORGE STURGIS OLIVER DAVID AIKEN REED CHARLES WESLEY RIDINGER ANDREW WELLS ROBERTSON WILLIAM SMITH ' WILLIAM PENN SNYDER, JR. SAMUEL ALFRED TAYLOR BENJAMIN THAW JOSEPH CLIFTON TREES HOMER DAVID WILLIAMS VE COMMITTEE v A51-2 sf' I UI SAMUEL ALFRED TAYLOR BENJAMIN THAW JOSEPH CLIFTON TREES . -V 2 . .7 - .- ' L Jiafi f " -::- -y t ., ,- I- I 1.7 ,: --. , II if F ' . I -,. E I 21 il ::!!!. Ei ,-ef ADMINISTRATIVE QFFICERS JOHN GABBERT BOWMAN, Chancellor SAMUEL BLACK MCCORMICK, Chancellor Ernerituy SAMUEL BLACK LINHART, Secretary JAMES STEELE GOW, Executive S ecretaigf JOHN GILBERT QUICK, Univercity Regiftrar THYRSA WEALHTI-IEOW AMOS, Dean of Woinen JUSTUS HOWARD DICE, University Lihrarian WILLIAM MORRELL, Univerfity Editor JOHN WEBER, Buyinecy Manager and Supervising Engineer MARY FRANCES PHILPUT, Manager of the Radio Studio JOHN REED JOHNSTON, Graduate Manager of Student Activitief GEORGE STANLEY RUPP, Auditor ELLIS MILLS FROST, Director of the Department of Health MARION SHEPARD, Medical Advifor to Wornen WILLIAM DON HARRISON, Director of Athletics KARL EUGENE DAVIS, Secretary of the General Alunini Anociation and Graduate Manager of Athletic: AGNEW KENNEDY VANTYNE, Executive S ecretary, Y. M. C. A. HELEN CLAIRE BATTRICK, Executive S ecretary, Y. W. C. A. DEANS AND DIRECTORS OF SCHOOLS AND DIVISIONS LEE PAUL SIEG, Dean of the College and the Graduate School ELMER ALLEN HOLBROOK, Dean of the S choolf of Engineering and Minec LOUIS KENNETH MANLEY, Dean of the School of Bucinefc Adnziniftration GROVER HENRY ALDERMAN, Dean of the School of Education RALEIGH RUSSELL HUGGINS, Dean of the School of Medicine ALEXANDER MARSHALL THOMPSON, Dean of the School of Law JULIUS ARNOLD KOCK, Dean of the School of Pharinacy HARRY EDMUND FRIESELL, Dean of the School of Dentictigf HEBER DOUST CURTIS, Director of Allegheny Ohfervatoigf EDWARD RAY WEIDLEIN, Director of the Mellon Inftitute of Induftrial Rexearch JAMES HENRY GREENE, Director of the Recrearch Bureau for Retail Training FRANK WILLIAM SHOCKLEY, Director of the U niverfity ExtenI ion Divicion and Suinnier S effion VINCENT WESLEY LANEEAR, Director of the Downtown Division MAJOR LLOYD PATZLAEE HORSFALL, U. S. A., Director of the Departnient of Military Science and Tacticx JOHN DAMBACH, Director of the Departnzent of Phyfical Education i f i Page 13 1929 ll Page 14 it x 'IL 'Y-Tj Mgcip .. F ... ,5 X UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH CAMPUS AND ADJACENT PROPERTIES l new '-QI' :M H .5 7 X - A 43 - 5 4, H .om gg -la V30 l W :Pdf r we 9044 s ' , ' It Pnmmu Avi V. f 8 95' ' 'V E ,ww I 9 ! 7 . 1 Z - my i I A 5 4 1 I 1 2 V 60 1 Y I 1 U E N N j x amz Lg sumo sr i Eggiiffh il 54 E Q? il J M53 .1 li xi 1 E 6 -2 D Z A 74lktV! A S ' ' -4 2 SI Q s 7I . 'Q ss 1: 5 fsij S 55 59 s 75 es .ef 1 f N f t 1 1 Q L-lg E fra w"1zo Q L cornell? A FQICKZZNCIZES Q U69 5 X72 A H 1 M cs 0 . 1 Q senncirr Q S r Q I 1 Y' Sass, SV l 1 N E . 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AQ lixgqxi' V if J" ' V 'zW-V-'.- s ' l L0 ' ' thi" :I ' "'i"-Iliff' 'MV sq- ,fx 4 H"",v-V '.l".-'ff 'ffl' "NG V :Je I V .V -'?.s+:.'1.4 I X J - f ,J :Sgt ll 'tix ,gi5.f..f',ig-..VQ.E., 52.1 -Q53 rw? . f' . !,Vgi,E4J:,1Jj,4i,:j','V fi V- ,,S5-,li,Y' L' ' .Ak . Em 5 v- is , Y 4,.,::,.,liVy'uA,,Ek ,cyl M, V, I-,.,f1,-IV, Il r V , '-'.."VI,.-33? .1431 fu . , 31.4, ' 'V. v ' fn V ,f ,.. fe 1 V.' ' V " . ' ' - 'N f.:c"fF: -f-A 'fffVf? :f.:' ' A " V ' 'Q " , i -1 - A 7 'V ' 41 s ' V5 , f f 14 Y I 4 ONCE UPON A TIME :qi f ig Pg17 ,M q, 7-- 1 .1 , -I 1. ',L,.fw -. THE HE most important happenings of the 1927-8 school year took place in the second semester. During the early part of May the first steel beam for the Cathedral of Learning was swung into place, and the actual building construction begun. The early part of the year had been spent in building the foundation walls. Near the middle of April, viewing the success of the Johnstown Junior College, it was decided to openjunior Colleges at Uniontown and Erie in the fall of1928, carrying out further the service policy of expansion that the University has adopted for the people of Pitts- burgh and Western Pennsylvania. Prom an athletic point of view, Pitt teams had the most re- markable records in the country during the past year. Seemingly it was not enough to develop a football team that unquestionably won the Eastern championship, and was second to none in the bid for national honors, a few weeks later the basketball team started off to a similiar recognition, in the hardwood sport, by trouncing five "big ten"? teams, gaining a momentum that carried them through the remainder of a difficult twenty-one game schedule. The .f,f?f,f .I Y- X . ' 1, jg-S i .3417-fgf-ii ., ., - N .' ' . ' --f '-'f'.wL,4,' , 4, " 'JZ::.a,"fLea,',gl.'f1- 55 ,,,, . " 4' fg'4Z1wf1e?,i az ge 'L'-f :gn +fi1!iwial-:we' a - ' .:,.L1'L-..- 1 l g?ggw C swimming team also went through their regular season undefeated. It is too early to tell of the spring sports, but the calibre of material on the track and tennis teams augurs for their equal success. .V -. I 145: V -vi' - I li l , j ," I-I. : Q ue,-rqqvffv-luv.. snuff- ..-..-- -.T - -7 .,, ' -, ' w ,, E, , rf x.a,,.A.,.:- 55'5'f,3:'9 1, .. 1. - 'liwiiv "Iii" . 'X -f . :s-V V. , ,fl a' .--ji 1 N YEAR T IS in pictures, and not in words that the true story of the University is satisfactorily recorded. Starting at the top of page eighteen, wending our Way downward and over to the following page and up through the reversal of the "L", we find a few views that while not the most perfect portraiture work that might be desired, are still representative of the student life. The first is of the Christmas Tree in Memorial Hall, taken the night of the Yuletide Festival. Below it comes the Forbes Street Police Station, not so familiarly known by all students, but well remembered by a few. Interior views of the Weekly and Panther offices are next. The gigantic "P" formed during the halves of football games takes the corner position. The Schenley Theatre vies with gas meters and over due books for the quarters of those in search of easy enjoyment. The bookstore force, the bane of the first two weeks of each semester, is next, followed by Yohe's Drug Store where instructors rub elbows with students in the pursuit of milkshakes. The second page starts off with Kenny's, better known to the male population of the University. The "For Rent" sign was not hung out after the world series last fall, but only advertises the hot- dog concession. The next picture shows that even the Panther is not infallible in the matter of interior decorations. The fire depart- ment pays one of the Mellon Institute shacks a social visit in the following picture. After it comes a scene in the Tech Parade that preceded the Carnegie Tech football game. The last picture reveals where the destinies of our coming oHicers are shaped. .r -.. ' ' ,. 'e t ':f!3f'V"'?'7?Q F L ,1- f. I I s a.-. - iw.- ,.,. I . - -- .-"-z . 1-' "f"v'v - ., -5 4:2 ' 1, r. - ':,f",f'K-nz., 1: 'vu ' H "' 2 f .. ' ?"'li'E't"1- .T ir- 1- ' 2 -t.5Qili1,f -' " ' iz: Y Q L? F h'i3if'i"'nN5 I T Vt? V I, ' 1 -fill 'A-1-sifff 4 , 4 1 gf. "' :fn 5-2 -fag! ,"-I f 'NL' fy. bf?-Qwf zh. I-3. ll 'I . :gy Lrg. 1226" ae- ' L . f A , faw,m i fe' X V: ., ' I4 it A e if 0,72 i '-'X- A2111-ma, 'it 7' ' ' F " r"'f'f-f'- ','f'. .f fi l THE CATHEDRAL or LEARNING On September 25, 1926, the fourteen-acre quadrangle bounded by Fifth Avenue, Bigelow Boulevard, Forbes Street, and Bellefield Avenue was mostly a vacant lot, with a cluster of buildings in one corner and the Athletic Club tennis courts in another. HE Cathedral of Learning is not a revolution but a conclusion. Its cornerstone was laid one hundred forty-one years ago when the hardy settlers of the town called Pittsburgh decided it proper to raise a log cabin to house the first institution of higher education west of the Alle- ghenies. The Pittsburgh Academy was apioneer in its day. The University of Pittsburgh is pioneering today with its Cathedral of Learning. The log cabin, the limestone skyscraper, are both products of the same genius, the same imagination, the same response to the needs of a thriving community of people. The symbollism of the Cathedral of Learning lies in its suggestiveness. It means not height, but rather suggested heights. It is a sermon in stone, suggesting by the magic of its upward pushing buttresses, vision, a cultural height always a little beyond reach, an attitude for research, and a stimulus for creative thinking. Two days later, September 27, 1926, excavation was started for the Cathedral of Learning by the R. M. Netherland Company. Page 20 A month later, October 25, the excavation was well under way, and the first steel pilings had been placed on the Fifth Avenue side. 61 lp 2!.... 95 From the outset the idea of the Cathedral of Learning caught and held the imagination of the 5 world. The magic words, "a fifty-two story ' - PM f M 7 Cathedral of Learning", opened the pocketbooks of Western Pennsylvania during the financial drive in 1924, and even today, with the height of the building 9 slightly diminished, its grandeur has not gone. Charles Z. Klauder, of Philadelphia, architect of the building, was made a member of the Central Associa- tion of Austrian Architects for his designs in 1926, and last year received the grand prize for the United T States at the Pan-American Congress of Architects, for the same designs. The new volume of the Encyclo- paedia Britannica illustrates and comments on the building. Charles and Mary Beard's new two volume Hiftory of American Civilization characterizes the build- ing as the climactic expression of American architectural awakening. By June 23, 1927, the majority of the 66 caissons had been sunk to bed rock, sixty feet below the foundation level. From a physical standpoint, the building will not only be the most symbollical and beautiful, but yet the most practical school building in the world-a true monument to Pittsburgh. Con- taining the same floor space as several separate buildings, it will fulfill their individual purposes under one roof, with a resultant saving in both original expense and upkeep. The completed Cathedral of Learning will house all the undergraduate schools of the University, and all the graduate ones, except the Medical and Dental Schools, which are to be developed on the present hillside campus. lt is expected that classes will be held in it within two years. The progress of work on the Cathedral of Learning has been slow, but needfully, even fortunately, so. The structure, being built for hundreds of years to come, was not hurried, and a careful perfection of plans has been the result. Especial attention has been given the Commons Room, and to the supple- mentary buildings that are to be constructed on the remainder of the fourteen-acre Frick plot. The Commons Room has been architecturally planned as the most beautiful room in America. Its Gothic arches will be in proportion to those of the Notre Dame, at Chartreuse The Darlington Memorial l 1 Library will dominate the low, Gothic structures, planned for the remainder of the lot. 2..- ..., Concrete had been poured for a considerable part of the foundation walls by November 29, and the wooden forms were nearly ready for the pouring of the rest of it. ff 2 a ls, During the later part of April, 1928, four gigantic derricks were erected, harbingers of the start of steel work and the early completion of the building. Page 21 nnlll. 'Q , -EW Page 22 J -,Was ' n-un - I, 'P vim f ' P 4 fivwyg . ffffysgf , . ' Luf1:ifgi'difzfi'gh3 N' S L vs ,K 0 . L ' Uliijgf i, ' 5 5 ' ' , . ,Au . 'ff-,M w ma . if -. si f ' .1 1 I Fi , H f 1 a P Sf? . '13 Rf X 7 F2 . 'i . if fs- - r. 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ARENS 1928 Pepper Prize Wifzfzer 5122? if ' in LP - ,P i" ' '1,P.i THE GEORGE WHARTON PEPPER PRIZE AT HOME QQ, HE GEORGE WHARTON PEPPER PRIZE, a prize of S100 donated by United States Senator George Wharton Pepper, is given annually to the student Who, in the judgment of his fellow students, most nearly conforms to the type of student that the University should aim to produce. It represents the highest honor in the power of the student body to give to one of its members. The prize recipient is chosen by a committee composed of one representative from each class in each school of the University, and in naming the winner, the committee is bound only by the qualification that he, or she, who is named must represent most nearly the type of student that, in the opinion of the committee, the University should aim to produce. The PEPPER PRIZE for 1928 was given to Verne E. Arens,Ra senior in the School of Business Administration. It was given to Mr. Arens because of his scholastic record, his leadership in student activities, and his personality. He was president of Kappa Sigma, social fraternity, secretary of Alpha Kappa Psi, honorary business fraternity, vice-president of Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary activities fraternity, a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary business fraternity, and Pi Tau Phi, honorary scholastic fraternity, business manager of the 1928 OWL and of the Pitt Weekly, chairman of the 1927 PEPPER PRIZE committee, and a member of the varsity track team and an honorary usher. WINNERS OF THE GEORGE WHARTON PEPPER PRIZE LAWRENCE I. KLINESTIVER, School of Bzuinerf Allminiftmtion ,,i.....,,r,,,...t.,.,,,..,,,r,.,.,,.,.r.....r .,...,. 1 922 CHARLES R. FOSTER, JR., The College ...................,............., ,.,,,,... ....... 1 9 23 IRA HILL, School of Bzzrinefy Aclfhlnixtmtlon ............. ....... 1 924 ANNA B. SCHAAB, School of Education ............,.,..,.,,...,,, ,.,,,,,,,.. ....... I 9 25 J. CLYDE BARTON, School of Bmineu Adminifmztlon .... ........,.,,.,,,i. ....... 1 9 26 CHARLES REGINALD WILSON, School of Bzuineu Aclmmimfozionn., ....... 1927 VERNE E. ARENS, School of Bzuineu Aclmlnartmfion .i,,.,..,,....,.... ....... 1 928 Page 23 c ' i - ' FP it 5 -if 11 A 1 --Ill 78,1 fig l Page 24 .--.U . I A- - ' Worn stones and warm shadows mingle in the steps back of Mellon Institute that lead up to Alumni Hall. J . , it 23:3 F' ul i:!!!, Ty T HALL F FA S a safeguard from blackmail and a defense against the suspicion of favoritism, the 1929 OWL staff passed the buck to the Student Council to choose the HALL OF FAME. The Council accordingly chose ten men and ten Women seniors who they thought represent most worthily their University. Selection was on the basis of scholarship, interest in the University as re- vealed by participation in student activities, and general personality. Page 25 1, , i X ii w I 1 W! v 1 1, ,Q ' ZZ is LE ii? 'E E2 la P2 Qi iii -I I, E32 is ll os, mf its F' L, 1 F 'R z 4 2-S". f VERNE E. ARENS Bzefinefs Manager Pier Weekly Page 26 4 . W I 1 w A iw RUTH CHENEY Vice-Pres. Senior Clean, School of Bzuifzeef Aelmmeffzfezflon 1 1 2 i . jl, as EMT . K s ui- f Z., .-,' ,4.1"Q?g:.:fj K 9 'ff 1: E xt 1' L 4 -. . F f Q Q I I 1 n I BYRON BAUR Pzfefieient College Ayfeeieztien I L hNi:!!!. fr-3 1 K , U l , W wi, ,,, 12' M ,g- ,I 1 e E wi e X V x P7 X. 1! .ff 4 I 3, 1 .V 4 1 l W, 'fl v 11 , ei e I PW-w J N N .r-Y' '5 04 if if 1 e ,. 11, il ,, X: V U I 3 Qbff L 225 ' - Y lr. J-' ' x . l ..-.15-y .' .1., 5:2-1.1 :V A .. - V: -' X' . ' I' ' :- "' If' : 1 :S - .. , A Q 'x f, I , I , , SYLVIA CORMAN W0men'f Debate Mezneztgee Page 27 Page 28 E2 E? 5 35 ga gi. 5 f. Z' E is 1 K 0' if 1U , WE, E 5.2 M5 5 'B w , . w 1 i , 1 W v X W W N o 1 Q a a ALAN BOOTH Football DQROTHY KOCH W. A. A. Board aa SX i 1 S HARRY DECKER Pffeyidem' Simian! Council ,i ii 1 1 1 R v R V l . n ::!!!. R Hy ?..f,.VY I 3 K f r 6 9 i T h f :I R I 1 W L R, R, ,X 'Y wi ii f 22 :Q QE il 132 3 :TQ li vs iyr I ,V Ra H M QR. fl N f N i 1, x 1 f 7 , R V i I 4 RUTH MATTESON Plfeyidenf Pfmbellenic Auociafion Page 29 , 355 , 1 5 SH: Page 30 ff' 5 1 3 5 1 2 1 11 ii 11 1? 51 1 - 41 1 1. 1111 1 ,, 13! .11 ,1 1 11 1 11 1. 51 11! .1 1. '1 1 11 11 YV ml 1 1, '1 1 WILLIAM KERN Football 1 11 1? 1- quill -Q51 ..-i 1. K . 1 1 1 1 1 1? X CHARLOTTE MCMURRAY W. S. G. A. Commiffiofz 1 1 i f 1 I - ia 122 ' I E' 5 WILLIAM MCKEE Vazmify Football Manfztger My , 4 1: ,I . i E W w N 1 R , l 5 ig! x 4 , 5 L r Q N N fa 5 f 3 gd. sv 5, Af! T v Q A 3 Ei 5: gi if fi il 1, ff? Z. is gi E2 if L gi gs 53 Q2 is i? M 4 fi 2! ,Yi if 5? 52 x 1 ag I Ez 5, i fi if xl ,MNW,M,,,.,,.,MW M....,--...,...,,-...-W....,.....w.n..,,.M,..... M ..,-N....,..,mx Q 3"mMx,M,,,,,w,x, ,,,x,,,,,. , ,.,.u.,,,W,,u ,,..,,,,- ..,, ,.A, - .,-,.m..-,.. ., ..-J gg ' 15 s K f Z A 5 5 5 H f E 1 1 3 S f Q ' , S 1: A' L ,. 1' , A r ll A gg 1 IH! W7 Q." , x,4x 3 MARGARET MORRISSEY Chief fzufice Senior C0lll'f' Page 31 Page 32 w M H QW' gp, ii 2 5 l 5 s .- il 'J 5, 1 ga, sg 1, 11 f? Zi U? li 52 ll? H jf E K 5 , E, 1, H , la- la fl li :i E TL rll Rip ei le CWL I MARY REESER Pafefidefzf W. S. G. A JAMES K. MIERLEY Vmffigf Tmck Manager ig-1 :Lf :i ji HERMAN RECHT Editor-in-Chief Piff WeelaQy X17 Af 4 df M N - F , X... ' 5 R 1 .1 '1 In P EL... F- 'af i RH Q4 V M I 'I P E i i I s N N I 'T 1 i 1 n v 5 Y 1 'i 's l g ze' 5 - - if -J ia? W my 25 - .11 Ai ! 3 si: X, I 1 I 2 E 4 4 y 1 ,, 1 , Q 5 E s is 5 I A gr gi 4 55 if ga if QA 3, 51 W? 3 lx K, 545 M. fly! 5 'li W, -2 IM V r N li .1 4 DORIS SHOOP Prefidem' Y. W. C. A. Page 33 Page 34 Y 4 w wr ::!!!. T1 Ll 1 ANDREW SALATA Football 1 W 1 ,. ,II 1, A i il .Nz w , A yr :V ui N :3 il 5 X. ' ' V L.mWm ,Ad JANE SMITH Treasurer Pitt Players -- 2 e ...I rm ' ja ' J-172'-771 ' . .1 , .4331-44. a ff: 34 2 QEKLA 1 L.: A GILBERT WELCH Vdffifjf Football Capmm g4 1 1 n li ii Q I Q , f I we ffl 4 ,J 16, Ygyl '1 I gl ,5 5 sr A U 3 3, Q li R i 'r I , 1 ii K1 fi I, 1 I Q N e 3 z I x. J 4 . 6 3 , , , , ,,3,,,MM :L L! 1 wb' I . n 42' V ,u ul ya V 1 g I Z ff ge: l - ' '- u :"7 " If ' I: 'Q' - :1 2 3 E RUTH TI-IONIPSQN Pmrideizt W. A. A. Page 35 Page 36 Q, ,M3:!!li . Hg MELLON INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH THE GIFT OF A. W. AND R. B. MELLON, WAS ERECTED IN 1913-14 1'-' 5 7 Z4- 213 is 54 Y N an K. ACTIVITIES 1-.LL-441. 4,,ij, , -3, Y ,.- K A- 1 111' It I' 'N V' .I.-. . I I' I A 1 ,I ., If., ,, 1 I I.. , 1 11,1 I tw' 1 1 - N. lf- Nrgg' "fa ' f . ,N S. , I. .L -, ," -. ', 1 t I 'uri ll nl, ' ll rg' n 'YU .I P, in 5,1 1 Y -L 1 ,, , -1, I ' 1 . ' I ' ' . . xi . 1 I m,,,.I . ,. 1"'J ' ' -z . 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I'--.'. :U-"Ah ". .11-,,.""1 . -X, Jrvi,-'I'.V -221' Mug 1. 1- -.ri .4 I F-5 .,I1:1M'II- -"1 ' ."y, 'J 1 1, ,H., Qvffffvi' 71 'P .1 . fr. .I ,- wr- if-Vx ,. I' 1 ,ft ,' IL' .W-31: N. ,V r I VI 13 .y li-1 YE TQWNE CRIER al OWL , ?,15f.:,f2 . '25 -r Y - - ' .Yr L P339 ii fl 1929 A i l l .. V i : ll, ::!l!!. .Ly BLEAK Housia N.,-rf:--'A -- - QTL' 'eh - HOUSE NUMBER 1. FRICK ACRES ERHAPS the basis for activities is coveted by the vvord "escape". As a recreation from studies they are invaluable. But in addition to this recess value, student activities definitely fulfill another, and less tangible want-the urge for service. Seemingly it is not enough for a student to attend classes, and occasionally, libraries. He wants to be even more intimately associated with hir school, and he feels an obligation to enter student activities and do something worthwhile for lvir school. From the standpoint of physical equipment, activities at Pitt are centered around three wooden shacks. BLEAK HOUSE, or House Number 1, Frick Acres, as it is officially known, houses the oflice of the Graduate Manager of Student Activities, all the student publication ofhces, and is the mail headquarters for all the other non-athletic activities. The Y. M. C. A. Hut, on DeSota street, is the social center for all men students. Various student meetings are held in it, and its large commons room is used for Cap and Gown rehearsals. The HEINZ HOUSE is, if it may be said of a building, the most versatile ofthe three. lt is a stage during Pitt Players rehearsals, a church during Student Chapel, a dance hall during afternoon tea dances, and an auditorium during Liberal Club meetings. It is the generally accepted meeting house for an uncountable and homeless and nondescript group of activities. Any afternoon's log may record meetings of the Philosophy Club, the Women's Council on Efficient Living, the Arcus Club, and Eumatheia. .1 ".' 12 . 1- " ' "W - an 5 f-fr 5 " . 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EZ: ::::::.-5 Ex: :'.:-.'ii.-1a- -u:1:.'-::- Eg- :A -1-313:-.-:E-' f- ""' 1- 1 L:' 'X -NW 'A,. ii O R av E .. I, mg 2 Q l - J f Y 'J , S 1 sq Q E ' 'Z g A? m a I 4 ' 3 9 S E . , 1 4 ' W ,Q R A gy Wig! K ' ffsf ' 1 F I 0 ow Q 0 Q F Pscgr 41 " .- n I - I , I' ::!!!. I-I Top Row: Phillips., Ebersole, Bibble, Bainbridge, Oberson, Wilkoif, McKee Next Row: Hague, Kenny, Borland, Sekey, Mills, Benkert, Cossitt, Parker Next Row: Meier, Berghane, Anderson, Stranahan, Harmeier, Cartwright THE 1929 OWL EDITORIAL STAFF A . U WM. NILES ANDERSON.. T T eeeeeeee TT eere TT T TT T ,AA.e, T .. TT,......TT.TTT ..TTTTTTEdztor-in-Chief DUELLA S. STRANAHAN TTTT T TTTTTTT TTTTTTTTT T TTTTTTTTTT T TTTTT T TTTTTTTTTT Asfiftant Editor-in-Chief FRATERNITIES KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE, Editor JOHN B. BENKERT CHARLES A. HARMEIER ORGANIZATIONS BEATRICE CARTWRIGHT, Editor J. Ross HAGUE C. PHILLIPS HELEN SEKEY SPORTS J. LEONARD SOLOMON, Editor ROB ROY THEODORE MEIER PHOTOGRAPHY F. LESLIE EBERSOLE, Editor R. D. MCKEE TYPISTS BEATRICE MILLS ANNIE I. LANNAN KATHRYN DAUSTER GENERAL WILFRED C. PARKER, Senior Editor CHARLES KENNY, Art Editor WILSON S. BORLAND FLORENCE LUMAN OLGA SEKEY NAOMA E. ERICSON EMIL C. OBERSON ALLAN WILKOFF ED. WILLIAMS SCHOOLS FRANCIS C. PARKER, College ELIZABETH BERGHANE, Education FRANK TYRELL, Bzifineyf Administration HAROLD MORTON, Plaarrnacy HENRY D. COSSITT, Dental HAROLD PRICE, folonftozon Page 42 ,522- yy l 'Q -4 ,ch I S Top Row: Terry, Lindsay, Hassenplug, Lucas Next Row: Sanford. Morgan, Stadtlander, Frey THE 1929 QWL QQ BUSINESS STAFF FRED H. STADTLANDER ....,S...., SS S SS SSSSSSS SSSS S SSSSSSSS SSSS S SSSSSSSSS B zuifzeu Mafzagef' FRED E. SANFORD SSSS SSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSS SSSSS S S ,SSSSS A d verrimztg Mafzagef' GEORGE L. FREY SSSSSSSSSSSSS ,SSS S S SSSSSSSSSSSSS Plwtocgmpbic Mafzafger JUNE MORGAN. SSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSS S Wonzefff Orfgfzfzizatioflf Mdlldgef ALBERT C. ROHLAND SSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S S M e zz I Orfgmzizatiom Mdlldgfl' ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS JAMES LINDSAY FRED LUCAS HARRY R. WEBER S.S.SSSSS H. VICTOR SEALE ..SSSSSSS. ELIZABETH CLARK SSSSSSS.SSSSS.S E. COLVIN HASSENPLUG S......... HAROLD E. TERRY ..S.SSSS.SSS THOMAS WILLIAMS- SSSSS S RICHARD GITTINGS SCHOOL MANAGERS S,SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.SSSC0lZecge f .L . 1715 - "A ' : I vii rt E' 'ki Bzuifzesf Adfzziniftratiozz SSSSEd1zmti011 SSSSSSSSSSDe1zt.5.ft1y Pharmacy Efzgizzeerifzrg-Mirzef Page 43 E? 11 'I , a A 4 4 A Ili L 1 1 I-IH If- +. YW, - I ix I Top Row: Levin, Koesling, Rosenblum, Kenny, Schaub, Joynt, Coen, Stewart Next Row: Downton, Funaro, Pearson, Bolkey, Sutton, Read, Liphart, Hughes, Harvey Next Row: Johnston, Batchelder, Ravitch, Thompson, Conrath, Parker PITT PANTHER QQ WALTER CONRATH ,,,,,, , eeeeeeet Editor-liz-Chief ROBERT H. IRELAND ,,,, ,.,,,. B zefjzzeff Mafzager EDITORIAL BOARD MARCUS ROSENBLUM, Afmeiezfe Editor BEN REICHBAUM, Exebezfzge Eelitor J. ERNEST WRIGHT JAMES V. FUNARO ALEXANDER SHAW ART SYMONS GROSVENOR B. PEARSON EDWARD CROWDER WILLIAM BOLKEY JANE THOMPSON SAM SANDSON WILLIAM EVERETT IRENE RAVITCH ART BOARD CHARLES KENNY, Eeletor FRANK MCFEIATTERS JACK MORLEY BUSINESS BOARD WILFRED C. PARKER, Comptroller HAROLD A. JOHNSTON, Aelzferteflncg Mezfzacgef ENDICOTT A. BATCHELDER, Auiftezfzt Bzuineff Mezfzezlger HERBERT DENT, Cireeelezfiezz Mafzager SAMUEL ALLON, folamfawn jzelziar College Reprexenleztive BUSINESS CONTRIBUTORS CALEB SUTTON WILLIAM BIERMAN HAROLD LIPHART DAVID C. STEWART JOHN N EELY EDWARD LEVIN Page 44 A S A ff A OWL ,I I I 1 ::!!!. THE PITT PANTHER fTaken from the Encyclopedia Brittannica, in the darkj 'QQ' ANTHER, a name, probably of Greek origin Qsee Pi Beta inscription on keysj introduced into collegiate literature by primitive vvrithers, We mean writers, of Oakland and Squirrel Hill. It is generally called caugm' by the French, leon by the Spanish Americans, dumb by Engineers, Dents, and members of the Pitt W66kb, and down by the Director of Student Activities. In appearance, it chiefly resembles practically every other college publication in the country, but in reality it is hand- somer and cleverer than any of its ilk. Its ilk is an amorphous protuberance of an osseous nature near the pancreas and makes very good soup at any Campus restaurant. The PANTHER measures about forty inches from the root of its nose to the tip of its tail, a peculiarity which once identified it with the measuring Worm. It has practically no brain but its cylindrical tail is voluptuous and plentiful. Flamboyant hues and bizarre designs color its exterior but the viscerda is mainly black and vvhite. It has an exceedingly wide tange of geographical distribu- tion, penetrating into every state in the Union, to say nothing of Canada, Mexico, Porto Rico, and England. PANTHERS have been reported even in such out-of-the-Way places as Alumni Hall, although these statements have never been verified. In its habits it resembles the rest of the group to which it belongs. It comes out about once a month and seems to exercise a depressing effect on those who see it. After a short period of roaming through street cars and fraternity houses, it mysteriously disappears. Sometimes it goes home with the laundry. i Page 45 I :Sa E . 1 222 . h i' : S' 1' E: gli-' NEWS BOARD 1 I I 1 I ' I I , l V I 1 Top Row: Schmidt, Finkel, Kann, Kenny, Amdur, Steinberg Next Row: Sandson, O. Sekey, Troilo, Ericson, Anderson, H. Sekey, Kaiser Next Row: Delaney, Solomon, Pettit, Recht, Isaacs, Ravitch PITT W EERLY GQ EDITORIAL STAFF HERMAN RECHT, '28 ....,,.t, tt..,.....,.....,, aaattta attaaaatatai, HARRY G. ISAACS, '29 ,,e. e,tt PHILIP KATZ, '30 .......etee..,tte WILLIAM C. PETTIT, '29 I.,,.,.... EDITH KINE, '29 .,,. ,.L.L,..L,.L... MILTON SUSMAN, '29 L,LLLLLL IRENE RAVITCH, '29 ,I.,,LLIL.L,L HELEN SEKEY, '30 L.IL..L.L.LLL,ILL.I.L.I J. LEONARD SOLOMON, '30 ....,,.L HONORA DELANEY, '28 .,,,,L. CONTRIBUTING BOARD WILLIAMJ. EISENBEIS, '29 ELIAS N. KAISER, '29 NILES ANDERSON, '29 WILSON S. BORLAND, '29 ISADORE AMDUR, '30 JOHN B. BENKERT, '29 CHARLES COHEN, '31 NAOMA ERICSON, '31 ELLIOTT FINKEL, '31 ALEXANDER KANN, '31 Page 46 MARGARET SEGAL, '30 REPORTORIAL STAFF CHARLES KENNY, '31 FLORENCE LUMAN, '31 CHARLES NEVINS, '31 JAMES PATTERSON, '30 SADIE PEARLMAN, '31 ,J .I 3 Ag" S11I..,,......,...,..Editor-iii-Chief AA.,,,,,,,,,,S,,,,SSMaizaging Editor ...,,,,,,AJJ'i.fftZ72l' Managing Editor Editor ,,,I,,,.A.f.fiJf6Z72l' Newf Editor ,A.I..A.r5i.rtant Nezof Editor 11.8,,ASA..A....Featiire Editor .1L,.LA.f,vi.rtaizt Feature Editor 1IAS,......,...,....SportJ Editor ,..,,, Literary Editof' MARCUS ROSENBLUM, '29 SAMUEL SANDSON, '28 ALLAN WILKOFF, '30 ROBERT REMALEY, '31 DOROTHY RUBENSTEIN, '31 HERBERT SCHMIDT, '31 OLGA SEKEY, '31 BERNHARD STEINBERG, '31 I I I H . . XI . ill I In If EL... -- Top Row: Kaufman, Sable, Schein, Lindsay, Bachmann, Campana, Francis Next Row: Gold, Stewart, Arens, Schell, Biddle PITT W EEKLY KSQV BUSINESS STAFF VERNE E. ARENS, '28 ....c...cc ,ccccccc,ccc.cccc,cccccccc,e,,ccccc ,,,e,c,ccc B z zfineff Mdlldgfl' CFIFSI SemcstcrD RUSSELL A. SCHELL, '29 ,cv.c..,,.c c,... Bzzfirzeff Nlmzacger QSecOnd Scmestcrj JOHN A. STEWART, '29 ccccccc.cc,ccccc ...cccc.c.c . . cccccc Adzferlzyzntg MdHdg61' THEODORE W. BIDDLE, '29 .,....,. .... ............ .,.... C 0 1 nptraller J. MILLER GOLD, '29 ........ .... ..,....,........,..,........... . . .....A.............. .... . . Czrczzlatzon Mafzagef' ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS JAMES E. LINDSAY, '30 LOUIS E. SABLE, '29 SOL KAUFMAN, '29 WILLIAM SNYDER, '31 FRED WOOLDRIDGE, '31 COMPTROLLER ASSISTANTS LAWRENCE BACHMANN, '30 MALCOLM STRASSLER, '31 CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS EDMUND CAMPANA, '30 LOWMAN LATTA, '31 CHARLES KAPPLER, '31 GEORGE SCHEIN, '31 x 4 fig , ggi, , if Q:f"IffEf+-fl FT' Iagff-,fu gf, 'Qt I 1-1' A 5 1551 LL LL. Page 47 5- ll .y,,.,.c..-2 ...I - V pm J 'ld-f?5?'+iI4Iff?'1 ' 3 l ' . ' ' ' 3, I1 , . .ll :EEL T76-I Top Row: Glass, Detch, McLean, Freed, Jones, Lanfear, Manchester, Sipsky, Miller Next Row: Weimer, Hobbah, Stratton, Mitchell, Justice, Driscoll, Newell DAVID L. MITCHELL... FRANCIS X. DRISCOLL cc.cc REGINALD V. HOBBAH cccccl KARL B. FREED .,eccc.c . A NETTIE F. JUSTICE.. IIIIII .... . DR. VINCENT W. LANFEAR CCCCCC PITT RIVETS QQ .....................Editor-in-chief . CCCC. Auiftant Editor-in-chief ............BaJ27zeJf Manager ......Md7Zdgj7Zg Editor ...............SeCretaf91 .....Facalty Adzfifer EDITORIAL STAFF MERVYN W. GLASS THOMAS W. MCLEAN GEORGE E. MANCHESTER ANDREW A. SIPSKY NELLIEJ. JONES ANNA W. STRATTON BUSINESS STAFF CLARENCE D. WEIMER ALEX R. NEWELL SAMUEL D. MILLER LEWIS C. DETCH Page 48 THOMAS W. LANGFORD I 2.3 e '. sf' A 0 1 If :-!!'.' 3 N?- Top Row: McConnell, McBride, Ramsey, Furniss, Weisz Next Row: Lichtig, Wittek, Cossitt, Martin, Murphy DENTAL RAYS QQ JOHN E. WITTEK, '28 ....,A.r rrrrrrrrr E diior-in-Chief HENRY D. COSSITT, '29 .....,rrA rrrrrrr B zuineff Manager DR. L. E. VANKIRK ........., r,.rrrr F aczzlty Adzfimr EDITORIAL STAFF J. R. MCCONNELL, '28 T. N. MURPHY, '29 T. F. MCBRIDE, '29 H. LICHTIG, '29 M. V. MARTIN, '29 A. ROTH, '30 BUSINESS STAFF H. M. FURNISS, '28 H. E. RAMSEY, '29 W. R. WEISZ, '30 . Page 49 Page 50 1. '.' 'XII' On the upper campus the road forks to the Medical School on the right and the Dental School on the left Av a?7' - v- i 1 :1 3 22' Q, X 3 1 ,!- gn WE ezfflftiq rg f ff X 54625 f X 9 ix M , :f-I .J 5 121 ' 1-1-,V x r. P - .T-I 1-, I- Page 51 .T i 11 'v 1 flil 'dlllfifii Top Row: Hockenberry, Kart, Spears, Clark, Gerber, George, Blank, B. Sensenich, Corns, Buchman, Scull, Vodvarka Next Row: Lucas, L. Sensenich, Melhorn, Fronk, Ebersole., Rogers, Saeger, Papp, Seder, Baker, Rhodes, Wessner Next Row: Eisenberg, McKinney, Hinderer, Swartzel, E. Lally, Skidmore, Korbelak, Dimeo, Gearhart, Crowder, Stoffan, Park Next Row: Walborn, Gough, Rubenstein, Black, Balbach, Foote, Bryan, B. Lally, Hugh PITT BAND HE PITT BAND is the first student activity on the campus and the last to leave it. From Freshman Week, preceding the ofiicial opening of school, to activities in connection with Commencement in June, the BAND is almost continually in service. It plays at all football games, pep meetings, student assemblies, and at nearly all the official functions of the University. ln addition to its regular campus concerts last year, the BAND took part in the Armistice Day Parade at Charleroi, Pennsylvania. According to the nevv method of administration, adopted in the fall of 1927, control of the band is in the hands of a student manager, an assistant manager, and apprentice managers, all appointed by a committee consisting of the graduate manager of student activities, the faculty adviser, and the retiring manager. From the point of dress, the BAND is the most colorful student organization on the campus. From their tall blue hats with stiff gold plumes, modeled on the lines of the West Point full dress hats, to their white spats, that set off the blue of their trousers, the BAND is one of the most attractively dressed college bands in the country. An additional bit of color is given by the gold capes that are folded back in marching. During the past year the BAND expanded its membership to include seventy pieces. It has budget provisions for a yearly increase of ten members, and hopes to soon reach a quota of one-hundred pieces. In the line of new equipment, the BAND added a sousaphone, the past year. Page 52 , 7 ir -- " 7 Qiiflif 5 31 1929 v I u RICHARD M. SKIDMORE ..... JOHN DIERST ................... MITCHELL KORBELAK ....,.. ROBERT A. WALBORN ....,. EDWARD S. HUGHES ..... M. S. ROCERETO ..,...D.A. GUSTAV L. SCHRAMM ..... HERMAN R. BALBACH JOHN W. BRYAN HYMAN GRAVER NEALE HEIMERLE HAROLD KOCH WILLIAM L. BLACK F. LESLIE EBERSOLE KENNETH HINDERER STANLEY C. KYLE PHIL BLANK WILLIAM A. CLARK HARRY BAKER HERBERT BUCHMAN , PHILIP EISENBERG w J Ji ::!!!. Gay PITT BAND so OFFICERS MEMBERS Coronet! BENNIE LEVICK KENNETH D. MEISER NORMAN R. PARK RAYMOND A. RHODES GEORGE SCULL Clarinetf EDWARD LALLY PAUL F. PIPPART JACK R. RUBENSTEIN KARL D. SWARTZEL, JR. Trornbonef ROBERT FREW W. ARTHUR GEORGE JOHN GERBER Saxaplaonex T. H. GOUGH BERNARD LALLY HARRY LISTENES indent Leader S.C...Drn1n Major ........,...........,.Manager ..,...Appren!iee Manager AS...,Apprenrice Manager .....,....-..............Coacla , ..,..FacaZU Aafoifor RICHARD M. SKIDMORE STEPHEN STOFFAN EDWARD FOOTE EDWARD CROWDER LOUIS E. SENSENICK AARON F. SERBIN ROBERT B. STANNARD ROBERT MATZEN STANLEY MCARDLE BOYD SENSENICK HERMAN MAGRAM WILLIAM ROGERS REX CORNS .Yonsaplaonef ANDREW KRUPA HAMNETT MUNGER ALBERT WESSNER HENRY KYLE Hornf SANDOR PAPP EDWIN A. SAEGER HAROLD SEDER Piecolox CARL BRACKMANN EUGENE DIMEO DONALD GEARHART Dram: HERBERT FRANK CHARLES F. LUCAS HARRISON MCKINNEY JOHN E. SPEARS Oboe GEORGE F. MELHORN I , ::-' g xl.. FX - Page 53 n la 1? - Q' s'..- e av,-.1 'T Z fsflvhf, :'!':'r'l v Top Row: Oberson, Crowdes, Rankin, Rider, Cassady, McLaughlin, Gorny, Kyle Next Row: Sensenick, Hinderer, Magee, Kriemer, Sissman, Clark, Welsh, Remaley, Elliot Next Row: Rocereto, Davies, Watkins. Lone. Swartzel, Rumble, Cibula HE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA is the newest of the campus musical organi- zations. It was sanctioned by the University in the fall of 1927 as a response to the long felt need for some organization to supplement the work of the BAND and other musical activities. The ENSEMBLE, formerly a part of the Musical Clubs, was, in a small degree, a forerunner of the SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, and many of its members are now playing in the new organization. The SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA made its initial appearance at the Yuletide Festival, preceding the Christmas holidays, and was very favorably received. It expects to make a few more public appear- ances during the second semester of the 1927-8 season. The student oHicers of the new organization were WILLIAM D. RIDER, '28, Prefidentj H. CLAIR RANKIN, '28, Vice-Preridentj ALVIN M. CIBULA, '28, Ma1za,ger,' WILLIAM A. CLARK, '29, MARVIN TRAX- LER, '30, and MILAN GETTING, '30, Afriftarzt Mafzagerfg and RUTH RUMBLE, '29, Secretmy. Page 54 L. ,-:v ' ?5s"-IC, 71'-Q jg: 674571: ,Q r 'ig' I, Y Tfvgdgggf 'l , .-. KEY! X, ,A .., -N .... - p' '-1 . Iv I-"f A uf' W -: 4' rf. , - I 4 xg A 'gl lj. - ,x 1, : 3 'A g rf 'I ,5'il'--.S a'..:"4::,.':i Rik-rig., 4 5 ,Jnaiq .V ffl.-gg, ' 4 t Q . Je- .I ' .tuple I' 31' U . ef". ,. -,lm-1, ii ,., f Q" 5' '+",a" 'e -" gif " u -in I gf- 42121 .1-:-, a"' -' ,' , ' .E-55' li' fZ.'Sf'1y-"fSl...i -+r.'Q--zfvw g vw K. ii" " H - g-v".', 1 4"1"L :L QQ A jf ,, 1" Y "'-ir' . 'fn "ff T."'1 ' A "':'f ' ' 'fi' rj" " iL'L,S'-ii '. 'I .Y A v V . ' I 1 w:!!!. fs-I SYMPHONY QRCHESTRA HARRY BERMAN VINCENT BIELSKI W. R. ELLIOTT A. DOUGLAS FINDLING MILAN GETTING MARTHA DAVIES ROBERT G. FOREST LOUIS KADAS B. A. LIPSITZ S. M. GOLDMAN SIGMUND GO RNY First Violinx LEONARD GRINBERG HERBERT JONES I. M. KREIMER ROBERT LOEB DON LOGAN Second Violin: BESS LONG H. M. NEMON H. C. RANKIN BERNARD ROSENBAUM S. E. WELSH Cellof STANLEY KYLE EUGENE W. MAGYAR EMIL GNDREKOVICH THOMAS POLAND WILLIAM ROSEN FRANCIS YOUNG RUTH RUMBLE LEO SILVERBLATT FRANCIS E. SWARTZEL HELEN WATKINS P. K. MCLAUGHLIN PAUL SISSMAN Violm FRED BISCEGLIA W. D. RIDER NATHAN KART S. G. WEISSBERG Drums HARRY MAGEE EMIL CHARLES OBERSON H. B. MCKINNEY, JR. MARVIN TRAXLER Clnrinetx KENNETH HINDERER K. D. SWARTZEL, JR. LOUIS SENSENICH Tfornoones WILLIAM A. CLARK - ROBERT FREW W. S. MCARDLE Trnnzpetx EDWARD CROWDER H. W. GRAHAM NORMAN PARK French Hornf EDWIN GEESEY H. M. GRAVER Bowes SAMUEL KAPLAN ROBERT REMALEY F lute Sonmpbone CARL BRACKMAN H. P. MUNGER Oboe Tynzpnni G. F. MELHORN BURT CASSADAY . R51 PiI J ' :Hi Page 55 1 1, ::!!!. vi-1 -...ff ' Top Row: Haywiser. Breskin, Harrison, Meermans, Lavenka, Grimm, Kelley, Bashore, Clark, Ruoif Next Row: Messer, Lavie, Walker, Knippel, Drum, Baer. Maneval, Guiliani, Hilsman, Daugherty, King, Murphy, Johnston, Cameron, McKee, MacKown, McCloy, Weiler Next Row: Mussman, D. Davis, Ray, Griffiths, Mills, Mathison, Moyer, Crippen, Wigman, Mrs. Greene, Schmid, Smith, Drumm, Bainbridge, Buente, Geidle, Kromer, Pinkerton Next Row: Hughes, Curry, Russell, Sullivan, Natalie, Orcutt, Kirsch, Morse, Woodward, Finch, Grau, Greer, Kehew. S. Davis WoMEN's GLEE CLUB 'Qi INCE its reorganization in 1922, the WOMENS GLEE CLUB has steadily gained in importance until it now is among the most prominent activities of the University. In 1926-7, under the skillful direction of Mrs. Greene and with the invaluable aid of Marie Ewing and Mary Drum, accompanists, the GLEE CLUB gave a series of concerts, including a radio concert over KDKA, which were highly successful. The season closed with the Annual Home Concert at Carnegie Music Hall, and a formal dance at the University Club. The 1927-8 season promises to be even more successful than that of 1927-7. The GLEE CLUB has made three appearances so far, singing at the Christmas Party at Memorial Hall, and giving concerts at the Bethel Baptist Church in Carrick, on January 19th, and over KDKA on March 2. Additional concerts have been arranged at Ambridge, at the Soldier's Hospital in Aspinwall, and at Kittaning, Pennsylvania. The season will close with the Annual Home Concert late in the spring. While the programs during the 1926-7 season were most entirely of a classical nature, this year's programs have been lightened somewhat by the addition of groups of widely sung melodies and of Pitt songs. The two groups are sung in a potpourri that is enthusiastically received. Page 56 iw 9 In-Lrrfii gb-E I' . . - Y - F 'i -155' E' 5' X: 1929 I .1 -1 QQ HELEN B. WIGMAN ...,.. ADELE MOYER ................ BEATRICE M. CRIPPEN ..... JANE SMITH ....,.,,,,,,,E.,, LILLIAN KIRSCH ....,... BERTHA M. SCHMID ....... MARY M. DRUM .....,,......, MRS. JAMES H. GREENE ....... LOUISA ALLISON FRANCES AMBURSEN ANNA WATTS ARTHUR KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE HELEN BASHORE REBECCA BRESKIN THELMA BUENTE DOROTHY CAMERON GERTRUDE CAMPBELL FANNIE M. CHARLESWORTH BETTY Z. CLARK SARAH B. COOK HELENA M. COSTER BEATRICE M. CRIPPEN ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY DOROTHY DAVIS SARAH DAVIS MARY M. DRUM SARAH I. DRUM VIRGINIA GRIFFITH FWOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 'QQ' OFFICERS MEMBERS MARIE R. GRIMM ANITA GUILIANI HELEN HARRISON DOROTHY HAYWISER HELEN HILSMAN ARIETHA HUGHES DORIS HARPOLE HELEN IGNELZI EMILY IRWIN SALMA JOHNSTON ROSE KARELITZ JULIA KEHEW ESTHER R. KING LILLIAN M. KIRSCH HARRIET KNIPPEL IRENE LAVENKA MARIE M. LAVIE ELDA MAE LAWHEAD GEORGIA C. MESSER ADELAIDE MILLS ESTHER MORSE ELSIE MURPHY VIRGINIA MUSSMAN ELLON G. MCAULEY FREDA M. NATALIE CAROLA, GRCUTT GEORGIA GRWIG HILDA MARIE PALMER BETTY R. PINKERTON MARY RAY MARGARET RIDDLE HERMINE RUOFF KATHRYN RUSSELL BERTHA E. SCHMID JANE SMITH GENEVA H. SCHATZ VIRGINIA STUMP KATHERINE DUNNING MARGARET EVANS SARA FINCH MEDA L. FRASER RUTH GEIDEL rtf ...........Pre.rident .....Vice-Prefidem' ....,......S'ecrem191 ............................T76dJZ!f6f ..Manatger, Pint Semexter .Manager, Second Semexter W..,..A............Accompanz.ft .......Di76Cf0F YETTA GOLDBERG ALINE GRACE BERNICE GREER MARGARET MAASEN MARGARET C. MCKOWN KATHERINE MANEVAL HARRIET MATHISON MARY E. MCCLOY JANE MCCONAHEY KATHERINE MCKEE ELIZABETH MEERMAN REBECCA V. SULLIVAN . ELIZABETH I. WAGNER RUTH M. WALKER ANNE P. WALLGREN LOUISE H. WEILER SARA V. WEST HELEN B. WIGMAN MATTIE WOODWARD GWENDOLYN WOODIN Page 57 .F l .sas , ,4.l,tgj'p,, V, , B Z -.nh N 1. , Ii . I f' zfi' "A -. .i. -L.. A 1 ' 'r 1' 'I 1 ' 52' . fu' 1 e - I -:fs ffiiw 'J 1 ff Q- f its fam-V L L I . be .aifrizsi-in 1. H if i L -faiiziirlf. ixlliafz 132' t 'li A L U IHV1 ::...t. 'fi Top Row: Lewis, White, McCloy Next Row: Pearson, Schramm, Kerr, Kutchka, Underwood, Wiole, Newman, Dunn, Moke, Magee, Williams, Mitchell, Blum- enfeld, Byers, Harmeier, Ray, Sober Next Row: Adamson, Mangione, Hammill, Stadt, Hudson, Rumble, Campbell, Hoburg, Hammel, Whippo, McLaughlin, Port, Lehman, Boggs, Jones, Whiteettle Next Row: Venger, Klate, Roberta, Ursin, Ewalt, Keally, Montgomery, Wolford, Reynolds, Overberger, Levitt, Dr. Roden, Dr. Wright, St. Peter, Walters. MENS GLEE CLUB 'QQ' HE MEN'S GLEE CLUB is the oldest non-athletic student organization on the campus. Until this year it was a part of the Combined Musical Clubs, consisting of the Glee Club and the Ensemble. In September, 1927, the Dental Chorus and Glee Club were combined into a new unit known as the MEN'S GLEE CLUB, and the Ensemble became non-existent. During the 1927-8 season the CLUB, under the skillful direction of Dr. W. H. Wright, prepared an excellent program of classical and sacred numbers. The GLEE CLUB appeared in concerts at high schools, churches and theatres in all parts of Western Pennsylvania, besides coming before the micro- phone several times. The three major events marking the year's activities were the Smoker at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association, the Home Concert at Carnegie Music Hall, and the Annual Banquet at the Faculty Club. ,jf p, L igkii Page 58 sie? , P IF I 1 . MEN'S GLEE CLUB Q-Q' OFFICERS CHARLES T. MONTGOMERY, '28. ..... - M. PAUL URSIN, '29 ..........,.,.,,,.,. CLYDE WOLEORD, '29-.... JACK EWALT, '31-. ...... .. JOHN M. ST. PETER ...,..A ..,..,,. H. ARTHUR WHIPPO, '31 ,.,...,, MASON G. WALTERS, '28 ,....,., ELBERT C. LEHMAN, '30 ........, LAWRENCE A. KEALLY, '30 .......,.. PHILIP R. MCLAUGHLIN, '29 ...... DR. W. H. WRIGHT ...........,....... MEMBERS First Tenory CHARLES R. ADAMSON HERBERT DENT THEODORE GULAREK JAMES C. BARR G. EDWARD BUSCH JACK EWALT NATHAN GREENBERG HAMER CAMPBELL THOMAS DUNN ELBERT LEHMAN JAMES B. MAGEE BERNHARD BLUMENFELD GEORGE F. BOGGS J. WILSON BYERS CARL HAMMEL BERNARD KERR EPHRAIM KLATE H. E. KLINE EDGAR C. NIXON GROSVENOR PEARSON CHARLES S. ROBERTS Second Tenory GERARD HAMMILL HAROLD HUDSON JAY FARRELL LAWRENCE A. KEALLY GORDON M. KUTCHKA PAUL LEWIS CHARLES MANGIONE BARNEY MILLER BENTAN WIBLE . Baritonef JOHN C. MCCLOY PHILIP R. MCLAUGHLIN SAM NEWMAN K. L. OSBORNE CHARLES T. MONTGOMERY E. W. OVERBERGER EDWARD MCMULLEN JAMES H. RANKIN, JR. Baum CHARLES A. HARMEIER,JR. K. H. JONES GEORGE C. LEVITT K. F. MITCHEL GEORGE R. MOKE FRANCIS RESMER SAMUEL PORT CHARLES RAY, JR. 1' K WEBER f ir '- ' - ....,......PreIia'ent .....Vice-President ..........S'eereta:gf ,......Librarian ..............,,....Aceonzpani.rt .Aniftant Aceonzpanimt ,....L.........,......Manager ......A,f.ri.rranr Manager T.. . .Asfiffant Manager ...Axfiftant Manager AC...,...........Director LOUIS H. SCHRAMM JACOB VENGER CLYDE WOLEORD ZACHARY M. STADT VIVIAN SWANK JAMES M. UNDERWOOD MYLER PAUL URSIN WILLARD REYNOLDS GEORGE H. ROBINSON L. C. SMITH H. A. WHIPPO CLARENCE W. SOBER AUSTIN H. WHITE KENNETH WHITKETTLE EDWARD B. WILLIAMS Page 59 I I ll - - - il - il -. ll v ll lui !2.!.. "Fe Top Row: Hudson, Pearson, Port, Leaman, Magee, Sober, Kutchka, White, Resmer, Boggs, Dent Next Row: llyright, Overberger, Montgomery, Stadt, Ray, Crippen, Johnson, Tewinkle, Irons, Walters, Kerr, Lewis, Mangione, ewman Next Row: Sullivan, Campbell, Grace, Finch, Gordon, Drum, Kirsch, Hillsman, Woodward, Pinkerton, Guiliani, Muse Next Row: Byers, Rodin, Ursin, Mitchell, Moke, Keally, Jarrel, Ewalt UNIVERSITY CHORUS 'QQ' HE UNIVERSITY CHORUS celebrated its first anniversary in February, 1928. As its name indicates, it is a chorus Whose membership is drawn from the whole University. It represented, originally, the union of the Men's and Women's Glee Clubs, the Dental Chorus, and the Cap and Gown Club Chorus. The CHORUS sings at all the formal University functions, including Charter Day, the Baccal- aureate Service, and the june Commencement. It also frequently appears at Student Assemblies. Much credit for the success of the organization belongs to Dr. Walter H. Wright, a Dental School instructor, who serves as coach of the organization. He was formerly coach of the Dental Chorus. For the purpose of bringing the members of the UNIVERSITY CHORUS closer together, delightful social functions are held by it from time to time during the year. A dinner dance late in May is planned to climax the social activities of the CHORUS this year. Page 60 "l l 1 1 .Q ii, .ah 5 I TV NIVERSITY CHORUS MARY M. DRUM, '29-.... LILLIAN KIRSCH, '29 ....,. ,,.,... GROSVENOR PEARSON, '30 ..., .. HERBERT DENT, '29 ..........,.. MASON G. WALTERS, '28 ...,,. LOUISA ALLISON DOROTHY ANDREWS NICHOLAS BABYOCK KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE HELEN BASHORE THELMA BUENTE AILEEN BURD EDWARD BUSCH J. WILSON BYERS DOROTHY CAMERON GERTRUDE CAMPBELL FANNIE MAY CHARLESWORTH BETTY Z. CLARK SARAH COOK HELEN MARIE COSTER BEATRICE M. CRIPPEN SARAH DAVEY BETTY DAUGHERTY HERBERT DENT MARY M. DRUM SARAH DRUM JACK EWALT SARAH FINCH MEDA FRASER RJJTH GEIDEL VIRGINIA GORDON ALINE GRACE BERNICE GREER VIRGINIA GRIFFITHS ANITA GUILIANA QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS FRANCES GILPILLON DORIS HARPOLE WILLIAM T. HOBURG HAROLD B. HUDSON HELEN IGNELZI PHYLLIS IRONS JAY JARRELL SALMA JOHNSON KENNETH JONES JULIA KEHEW LILLIAN KIRSCH HELEN KOENIG GORDON KUTCHKA MARIE LAVIE ELBERT C. LEHMAN AIDEE LISOTTO CHARLES L. MANGIONE PAUL D. MAST KATHERINE MANEVAL JOHN C. MCCLOY JAMES B. MAGEE KATHERINE MCKEE C. GEORGIA MESSER FRANK M. MILLER BEATRICE MILLS KENNETH MITCHELL GEORGE R. MOKE ELSIE MURPHY VIRGINIA MUSSMAN LILLIAN MUSE -I 5 QE! -il gk ??LFIfgf2? ......PreJidenz' and Accompanin' ........L...........Vzce-Preyzdenr ......,....Secrem1jf ,......Libmrian ......Manatger FREDA N ATALI CAROLA ORCUTT GEORGIA GRWIG E. W. OVERBERGER GROSVENOR PEARSON BETTY PINKERTON CHARLES RAY, JR. WILLARD REYNOLDS DR. R. W. RODEN HERMINE RUOIIB KATHRYN RUSSELL GEORGE C. SCHEIN BERTHA SCHMID LOUIS SCHRAMM JANE ROBERTA SMITH CLARENCE SOBER JOSEPH SOTTILORO VIRGINIA STUMP REBECCA SULLIVAN HELEN TEWINKLE MARIAN TOSH PAUL M. URSIN HAZEL USHER RUTH WALKER MASON G. WALTERS H. ARTHUR WHIPPO KENNETH WHITEKETTLE CHARLOT S. WILLIAMS MARIAN E. WILLIAMS JACOB VENGER Page 61 L n --1 .EV --Ill - .-.... , . :!,, For those who commute by way of Center Avenue, the steps back of the Heinz House offer a convenient and pleasant pathway. P45962 L. H . s 1 154, A M v seee e at n pine-ff2i?Ji5 T15 1929 ju 1 M 1' xl u f I . ::!!!. gs-1 '.-Y, A.',A I, , A 1 .IW'I. ., l Q:ZZ'I-J.'-'-33"..""d1':-1'-iq' ' "if 'E-1'-J?"-'1'-'5"'Zr"5"' o 'ffip 'l -1 - ,- .DI -I 'L -,. -lf: .f 1. .' g'..- . . :.L'-.L:,Q,g'.".'J.j- '. -',-.lg-I 1 . q f.1 -. 1 - - -fc.. '- - 11. . .- 2-. 1 - -. kc -'35 - 1 s I-S' ' 1 I" mls.: .Az '1-,.'.:,.,- '.-V311-x "..t.f:,1, 1-.7 3:2 -- -.u'::. .1-fsse "'.' 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'. 5 -.- ' 1:5-,, 5. !:,.,.-.,..:.',.,,,.--,,.-..-. -,--., -..X . ."'.'. ' '- -.' -- 1.10--"" "' ' f ,Q .1 A,'.,-.. ' -g.-. ' -'- '. f '. - '. , 1 - .- ' 1 ,, --' 1 :".,: . , - s'. STUDENT I I ,T P' 2'-fy 'D' sn-5 -A g l 1: 51 51 GGVIQFQNIVHQNT Page 63 :al 2 ii :e!eAs.,,', Top Row: Booth, Johnston, Goldberg Next Row: 0'Leary, Baur, Davis, Roy, Hassenplug, Elsworth, Salata, DeForest Next Row: Clark, Peters, Decker, Pickard, Reeser HARRY DECKER, '28 ,...,t.. VICTOR PICKARD, '29 ,oooooAoo,ooo ELIZABETH Z. CLARK, '29. .... . C. M. PETERS, '28, A..,,. ,TEEEA I BYRON BAUR, '28 ALAN BOOTH, '28 JOHN DAVIS, '29 MABEL DCFOREST, '29 STUDENT COUNCIL as OFFICERS MEMBERS HARRY ELLSWORTH, '28 PHILIP GOLDBERG, '29 E. COLVIN HASSENPLUG, '29 HAROLD A. JOHNSTON, '31 FACULTY MEMBERS Prefidem' ..,...Vice-Pfefident BERTHA O'LEARY, '28 MARY RESSER, '28 ROBERT ROY, '29 ANDREW SALATA, '28 THYRSA W. AMOS JOHN R. JOHNSTON W. DON HARRISON WILLIAM SWANSON Page 6 4 a " J cgi ,Secretary Tremurer I n :ll OWL ,I I il ':!!!. i.?F1 STUDENT COUNCIL HE executive authority of the student body at the University of Pittsburgh is vested in the STUDENT COUNCIL. The COUNCIL is open to all students, and consists of twelve men and four women students, and four faculty members. The student members are juniors and seniors elected in the spring of the year by a system of proportional representation. Officers of the COUNCIL are elected internally immediately after the general election. All non-athletic student activities come under the supervision of the STUDENT COUNCIL. For example, the social affairs of the students are regulated by the Student Relations Committee of the COUNCIL, the mose important of the committees through which the COUNCIL works. The Voca- tional Guidance Council works as a subsidiary to that committee. The STUDENT COUNCIL also has charge of the organization of new student activities, and decisions as to activity finances are subject to its approval. During the past semester the STUDENT COUNCIL sponsored three successful social events. Besides the two Frosh Night parties the COUNCIL took charge of the Christmas celebration. In addition, the COUNCIL was responsible for the home-coming welcome that was given the football squad on their return from the Tournament of the Roses game, in California. Page 65 .. ,' , , -1 : ', 'V X-4 r- P - :A :,: .flag i. nl u I l I n li 1. J ' 1 " 4 1 ' 1 rr . I we 5 3' .4 '. N.. - L.. 4 Q.. ,kv ' 'L , l 1 ' ,,- - r - ' ' I ,lu ri Top Row: Thompson, Goedecke, Gush, Waugerman, O'Donnell, Ericson, Clark, Moyer Next Row: Bainbridge, DeHaven, Long, May, Hay, Briggs, McAfee Next Row: Davis, Matteson, Reeser, DeForest, Kirsch, Strain WoMEN's SELBGOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 'QQ' GMEN were admitted to the University in 1895, but it was not until 1912 that there were enough of them on the campus to warrant the establishment of activities or of a governing body for them above. At this time, however, a meeting of all Pitt women was held, and a Girls' Executive Committee, composed of a representative from each class in the School of Education and the College, was formed. Though in power for only one year it was so successful that Dr. Elizabeth Martin, medical advisor to women, became interested in the development ofa new organization, the Women's Activities Association, through which dramatic and glee clubs were organized and several co-ed social events sponsored. In the fall of 1919 Miss Amos came to Pitt as Dean of Women. Following her advice, a Pitt girl was sent as representative to the Inter-Collegiate Student Government conference at Wilson College, in November of that year. In March, 1920, the women at Pitt were given permission to form a govern- ing body and the W. S. G. A. was organized. A constitution was adopted in 1921, and since that time the W. S. G. A's program of service has grown rapidly. Page 66 : , v fyhlg TSE: ' ..+ n IE :ll 2 I 'I n 1 J I1 :!!!. WOMEN's SELEGOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION I Q45 OFFICERS MARY REESER, '28 ........, ...,.........K.................. A........ P r esiileut RUTH MATTESON, '28 ......... ........ V iee-President MABEL DEFOREST, '29 ........ .......... 5' ecreturgf LILLIAN KIRSCH, '29 ........... ..............,........,......... ......... T r eufurer COMMISSION VIRGINIA STRAIN, '28 ..S..... ................................, .......,. .Y e nior Clan' Reprexentutive DOROTHY DAVIS, '29 ........... ............ f uuior Cluu Reprefeuteztioe ANNIE MAY, '30 .....,....... Sophomore Clan' Reprerentutive NAOMA ERICSON, '31 ...,.... ...A...,,. F reflamun Clan' Repreyeututioe DAINE WAGAMAN, '28 ........ . ,......,..,,,.,,...,..,...,.,..,..,., Activities ALENE BRIGGS, '29 .,........,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, C . N. C. W. ANNA COOKE LONG- ...... ......... D owntown Dioixion ADELE MOYER, '28. .... ....... ................... G 1 ee Club BEATRICE MILLS, '30 ..,........., ,,,,..,..,,... H ouying MARGARET MORISSEY, '28 ..... .......... 0 rguuizutiou FRANCES DEHAVEN, '28 ........ ............,... P uubelleuic JEAN HAY, '28 ................. .......... Q ueytion Murk ALICE MCAFEE, '29 .............,...... ......... S ebolurmlaip ELIZABETH Z. CLARKE, '29 .....,...., ..,.,,,,........, S ociul CHARLOTTE MCMURRAY, '28 .,....... Student Loun MARGARET MORISSEY, '28 ......., . - ,,,,.... Senior Court JEAN HAY, '28. ..,..... ....,........... ......,.. V u de Mecum GRACE O'DONNELL, '28 ................ ....,,.,.,........ W . A. A. ANNE GOEDECKE GATES, '28 ...... .... ..................... W . C. E. L. MRS. JONES .................................... ....... W omeu'.r Atyociution SARAH LONG, '29 ........ ..,.,... ....,..,,.... Y . W. C. A. SYLVIA REss, '28 .....................,..,.., ...,,... Y . W. H. A. KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE, '29 ......,.. .,.,,..,. D ecorutiom MARY MERRITT, '30-- ............... ........ P ropertiey JANE THOMPSON, '30 ......... .......... T ruditiom IRENE RAVITCH, '29 ........ ........ W eekb' 1 5- Z r?IIrLT' Lg 2 , 4 4' -7 A ' W' A551 -3. "'.' -'fJ':""1I-." ' l' .- :i ,S .T 17' I- Puge 67 A F. ,1' 4, H Top Row: Biddle, Young, Doverspike, Widdowson, Goldberg, Cohen, Stewart, Huschman NtR:K'fT SlFt1BdH 'B'.ShdF ex nw au man, nan, os er, oy , armexer, owe-rS, ee y, rey Next Row: Curll, Dinsmore, Pickard, Schaumberg, Baur, Belfour, Hockensmith, Blair, Hewitt NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL BYRON A. BAUER.. . . FRANK SCHAUMBERG.. .. C. STANTON BELFOUR ...... VICTOR PICKARD.. C. REGINALD WILSON.. .. Delta Tau Delta CARLETON DINSMORE RAYMOND MONTGOMERY Laiiihda Chi Alpha DAVID C. STEWART JOHN C. MCCLOY Phi Delta Theta CHESTER DOVERSPIKE ROBERT CURLL Phi Gamma Delta ROBERT NEWSOME EDWARD KNOBLOCH Pi Laiizhela Phi RICHARD GOLDBERG ROBERT COHEN Sigma Chi FRANK SCHAUMBERG CHARLES HARMEIR OFFICERS MEMBERS Kappa .SJ i fgiiia VICTOR PICKARD EDWARD DAVIS Phi Kappa LEO SHEEDY JOSEPH BOWER Theta Chi J. DONALD LYNCH TOM BLAIR Sigma Alpha Epyiloiz WILBUR D. HOCKENSMITH, JR. CECIL L. ASHBAUGH Delta Sifgiiia Phi JOHN HEWITT GEORGE FRYE Sigma Alpha Ma PHILIP HODES EDWARD BLISTEIN ..............P1eJiileizf ......Viee-Preuileizt .............Yecrefa1y ........Trea.riafer .T .... Faezilty Advzfor Theta Del fa Pfi C. STANTON BELFOUR THOMAS BOYD Kappa Na I. M. KREIMER H. G. MARCUS Phi Epfileii Pi HARRY FEINSTEIN SAMUEL LEVENTHAL Sigma Pi BYRON A. BAUER W. W. WIDDOWSON Pi Rho Delta HENRY YOUNG ROBERT RITCHEY Alpha Phi Delta JEWIS M. D'AURIS A. DESIMONE Theta Kappa Na Omega Delta JAMES W. SLOAN THEODORE BIDDLE KENNETH FOSTER PAUL KAUFEMAN Page 68 l 3 'fl 'l Ri 3, 3 LE . H l" H INTERFRATERNITY CouNc1L 'QQ' HE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL is composed of junior and senior representatives of the . twenty leading social fraternities on the campus, and is designed to foster relationships between the fraternities themselves and between the fraternities and the administration of the University. In furthering relationships between the campus social fraternities the COUNCIL sponsors every year many social and athletic events. The Interfraternity Ball, the first important formal of the year, is held in the early winter, and in addition several Interfraternity Smokers are held to bring the brother Greeks closer together. Each winter an Interfraternity basketball league is formed, and in the spring a track meet between the fraternities is held. During the past year the COUNCIL, co-operating with the Fraternity Committee of the Univer- sity, adopted a new rushing system that will go into effect next fall. The essential features of the plan include second semester pledging of freshmen, a limitation on the number of rushing events, and a preferential system of bidding to be executed through the office of the Dean of Men. Page 69 f- A ffsfigia -I -' IEE- 5: :Q glllifrlf -'1 0 E I 21 , , . , 1 ' .,.l.,,,-. rf. ., .. . ., ,. Y' ,hy V ' A , 5,15 t G ' 1'-,j?xi1lfw ,ryjapf "-'--Q.,--,j-"I ,A 1 l .- . ' f', .. Y- E - Il' -'- iffg iqgii.. "' Q-'Q 1 3 A ' ' " 6 fra: bl' -5 ,- -:M I p lf, ,S Y . K X 1 91 , -K , Q i, gglll. 5, -..---. - Top Row: Harris, Chalmers, Kinney, Koch, Bashore, Bloomgren, Drum, Lee, Lennox, Saxe Next Row: Greer, Anderson, Myers, Coster, Daniels, Kimball, Lyon, Orringer, Segal, Parsons, Bazell Next Row: Schmid, Ray, Pearsall, Matteson, McAfee, Rader, Davis RUTH MATTESON ooooo. ALICE MCAFEE oooo BETTY PEARSALLY. E FREDA RADER i...,o Alpha Delta Pi ...,...Aoo. Alpha Delta Sigma e..s E, Alpha Epfiloii Phi .oooooo Alpha Xi Delta ,.os Beta Phi Alpha ...,o. A Chi Omega. o,.L,o o..ooooo E Delta Delta Deltaoo Delta Phi Epfilon e.eo E Delta Zeta. .......eeee Kappa Alpha Theta ....e. Kappa Delta ......ooo.os..sso PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION AQ,-sf OFFICERS MEMBERS Kappa Kappa Gamma .,o,.,oo Phi Ma e.eeeieeeleeeeeeee,eeeeeee Phi Sigma Sigma .... Pi Beta Phi .....,..,e, Theta Phi Alpha ,,,,o Zeta Tait Alpha ...... Page 70 A, , .11 ,,. u. u :.q,sf,-f.lfi,-,- -4 -, Y ., A- , - Y . zggagfagf ,. QM? I al , Q, fire: Ll ,ca 1: 1 .gil ,Eg 2 U ,rl :QQ . : , M Lfrrifg ELS well ....,.,.....Pre.ria'ent YYoeVice-Prefident oeeo.Ye.S'ecreta1jf ...U ..Trea.riirer ,e....I-IELEN BASHORE YEYEALICE MCAFEE ,,,,,,,EVELYN HARRIS ,,,,.,,,.ROBERTA LEE ,WUBETTY PEARSALL MMYANARUTH BAER .DOROTHY C. DAVIS BAZELL ,. ,e,..SARA PARSON ..,....DOROTHY KocH ,WNFRANCES DEHAVEN ...............MARY RAY MARJORIE KIMBALL ..Y,,,,.,.FREDA RADER ...UUBERTHA SCHMID ,,,,,RUTH MATTESON ,....,HELENA COSTER I II E" OWL ,I I -1 PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION Q-'Q' HE PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION for the Women's fraternities compares to the INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL for the men's fraternities. It is composed of two representatives from each of the Women's social fraternities, and aims to foster a spirit of friendship and coop- eration among the fraternities, to encourage fraternity members to take an active interest in college activities, and to regulate all matters of particular interest to the women's fraternities on the campus. Page 71 f 122' Q Tim .'-Q..,--,- ' T L. M. SMYLIE Top Row: Boyers, Hollenbach, Hinderer, Kearney, Parkinson, Merchant, Gaskeen Next Row: Wood, Brightbill, Solomon, O'Leary, Hassenplug, Nelson, Orum, Weisz, Next Row: Stewart, Brantlinger, Smylie, Lamm, Cossitt DENTAL STUDENT COUNCIL F. D. BRANTLINGER A. B. STEWART. TTTT . M. SOLOMON.. Page 72 L. M. SMYLIE E. D. BRANTLINGER B. P. O'LEARY H. D. COss1TT J. H. LOWRY H. M. CRUM JAMES DAVIS A7545 OFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS H. R. LAMM R. B. GASKEEN C. H. NELSON D. E. GEER JUNIORS H. A. BRIGHTBILL M. SOLOMON PRE-JUNIORS E. E. BOYERS WALTER WE1sz e sta. in V. jg ...........Pre.ride1zt P. D. HINDERER E. S. DERR R. L. WILLIAMS A. B. STEWART F. C. HASSENPLUG GERALD WOODS C. MCMILLAN Vice-Prefidem' ...........Yecrelfz1gf ......Trm.fzn'er ,li il OWL -5. ,DENTAL STII IENT CouNc1L 'Qb'Q,f LL student activities of the Dental School, including legislative and advisory matters per- taining to the students, are directed by the DENTAL STUDENT COUNCIL. The purpose of the COUNCIL is the promoting of the social, intellectual and physical Welfare of the students of the School of Dentistryg the encouragement of a spirit of co-operation and fraternalism throughout the student bodyg the affording of a closer relationship between the students and the facultyg and the provision for the further participation by dental students in all school activities. The COUNCIL was organized May 4, 1925. The membership includes the oflicers of each class, a representative for every fifty students in each class, a representative from each dental student activity, and five faculty advisors, appointed by the dean of the School. Page 73 , 5 E 1 l :? ':f - f .5 Y f YA .1 I H l ll .s I Ill T IL... .11 f-R. Nzstlifczwi: EzgivlorzimiiliillilhiilHassenplug, Ramsey DENTAL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL HE DENTAL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL consists of two representatives from each of the five fraternities active in the Dental School. The COUNCIL serves to maintain closer rela- tionship among the fraternities, and encourages their participation in the active life of the University. OFFICERS G. V. BURNSQ tttttt.....,... rrrrrrrr...r.Ai........,,..r.. r,.r i ..r....... P r e.ria'ent E. C. HASSENPLUG ..tt..t,tt .,..i...i. V ice-Prefident H. T. ELLSWORTH ....... .................r....rvrrrr.rr...rrrrr,..,. ..,............. .Y e Cfffdlfy REPRESENTATIVES Delta Sigma Delta Xi Pfi Phi G. V. BURNS H. T. ELLSWORTH H. E. RAMSEY MCCONNELL Pri Omega Alpha Omega A. A. BooTH I. E. ZIMMERMAN E. C. HASSENPLUG M. SoLoMoN Alpha Zeta Gamma H. TONGUE S. M. DAVIS Page 74 f v Ks ' ::2!!. VE!-1 , .,,, , iiilffpxif' I f 177' 'Wa ' f32i31Zfff?2" ' I r ' f 11, , , 'L I I Z ' X 4 f f 0 f 1 I' I 9 , f Q45 ' ffl' f 4 f ' I ' Q 1 1 V! ., fi :byf WZ- 12 - K 1 'fly ' ' 'J ,af ' 4.5, ' mv' f ' "' W"- v 40' M "7 ,165 V, I , Ara? inf af 1 y' fill!! 9 f Z LZ of f ' .f- 4. .1 .1 5, ff X 0' WALK-IN QA! .WMMf7W7MllfZM4z4!4z41444mQ14vg7'-, '- f V fi4a7WQg:z,Q,q' 1fwflM Y f fwv 1111, ,XQWW 4' WWZZMW0 MWWZZL1 ' 1 A y,Q'e,ifd.W4!4bQl lllvff V ff- .nz I . - E I 'I pylrf , .I " K ' If "Q 3 xc' 0 , - .. ':A1r'Q-vb-I WWW, Imam Q-'A sf l ' , -. ,- , ,, ,,,, ., , , , .,,, ..,.... ,, ,- ,,,, , , , ,, ,, , f, 1441451177 f 'K " ' ff f -441115551 423.7 f,7'7f1111L1 1 - - ,"7', ' :mug W- ii?" V d , , yi. W 9 ov gf 1-I -Q 41 ZAZXFQ if Z v , -,,4 -' 4. ,yah ,-4 1' 2 , W, .. ,, , I '15 - fi I 5 f " ,,, ,,, ,'?2-: 1' f ' ""'f2.4-1 H , Ma! f ---...-Z .f,,,..,.,i,,nf,1,',Q-'4' 10011, 0 '6, Z4 " I ,I 1 nf' W M ' ff mg , f 1 4' 11, I Z X ,Q 164 1 1 f ,331 , ' 4. M 1 9 1' JZ 1 ff ' ,va ' I ' X I ,7'l: ' Q49 ' I My f '4 133' ' 'f 1 1 f 7' X. ', 1' , f ff' ' ,I ofa: v ' I f 1 X f.o,,fl2',' ' 1 47 ,M 4" 9 lf ' X ff 4 ' If I W 4 ' ,I 1 . 5 Q I ' x 0 I 4 x N 9 ' 0 x s 1 " X 4 1 qu I 0 0 1 0 I 91 . U 551 TILL gf 15 , -J 1 , X", ' .7:'-' .Eh .-u l 5132. J' U ' -r - Page 75 Page 76 .zilif-'TS' 39"-F49 37 ----.- 'B . 14- J B af El s:!!!. AW JI. ffgB DOROTHY DAVIS junior Prom : .., ' ' ' -7- ' ' . ' ff???ff - -- -'a - -,Q 1' 1 ' -J T-7 l- , , 2, 5"2 Y Yi, Top Row: Biddle, Rohland, Stewart, Zimmermann Next Row: Cossitt, Clark, Graeff, Ray, Parson ILINIOR PROM HE JUNIOR PROM was held in the ballroom Of the William Penn Hotel on February 17, Opening the second semesters social season. Zez Confrey and his Victor Recording Orchestra furnished the music. John K. Graeff, general chairman of the PROM led Miss Dorothy Davis, chosen by the Junior Presidents as the representative Junior girl, in the grand march. PROM COMMITTEE JOHN K. GRAEFF, Denrzmgf ,,.,.... ,,,,,.,t,r.rtt....t.trttt.,.......,.ttttttt ......tt C h airman g COLLEGE HAROLD GAFNEY FRANKLYN PARSONS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THEODORE BIDDLE JOHN STEWART ALBERT ROHLAND PAUL ZIMMERMANN DENTISTRY HENRY D. COSSITT MORRIS SOLOMON EDUCATION BETTY CLARK MARY RAY ENGINEERING DAVE BOWN RICHARD GHMES MINES GERALD WEYANDT , 554 fa f lfll g, L' .. .TI 'iz Page 77 'Y W. vw V ,-V, -.J 'L i ,.! 1' gsw'e'7' J d "5 -"UV 4.-,4.1""': 'gif 3. ,av v -I ' ::. . . 'Jfff"-',.' .- fgxv.i'..LQ.. A 1 W' F " , ' ' f. '...'. -"J 55' ' ' F , 4' .' ' -1 . , .. ' ,l - 'f' 4- 1 1.-h.,!4j'.'5'-"iff ' - .3 AI " 2'-- " -F02-' 1- Y , - 2, 9. ,-L 1-A .1 lnlll -Y-.1 --.... . - fl W , if 2 ,Ei Th Q , El JS ,, ZTEV ar' 2 195 ' A ' fxQ', Q 1- gf gi 12 52 E is is ii fri 'E' 5 fi i MARY ELIZABETH PITCAIRN Ifzfer-Fraternity Ball Page 78 Q b , , ' I A I. 14V, ,. fix,lj.-VLl,ff7iQQ5t34:l,jf'A :gf :Iraq 1 .I J' -R-QR 1 I , , Fm ll ::!!!. jf-I Dinsmore, Sheedy, Young, Sloan INTERFRATERNITY BALL ARCHING to the strains of "Hail to Pitt" played by that favorite orchestra of all Pittites, Ollie Naylor and his Victor Recording Orchestra, three-hundred couples formed into the grand march that opened the 1928 INTERFRATERNITY BALL. It was held January 20 in the Hotel Schenley Ballroom, opening the year's social whirl. James W. Sloan, Theta Kappa Na, chair- man of the BALL committee, led Miss Mary Elizabeth Pitcairn in the grand march, at the end of which favors were presented to each couple. Novelty programs for the men were in order, while unique hammered silver jewel cases were given to the ladies. Decorations were carried out in a scheme embodying the shields of the various fraternities be- longing to the Interfraternity Council, placed on a blue and gold background against dainty futuristic Panthers. By two o'clock everyone agreed that the 1928 INTERFRATERNITY had been the pepiest and jolliest Pitt formal for a long time. THE COMMITTEE JAMES W. SLOAN, Theta Kappa Nu .........,................................,,......, ..,..... C bairman CARLETON G. DINSMORE, Delta Taze Delia LEO P. SHEEDY, Phe Kappa HENRY A. YOUNG, JR., Pe Rho Delta ISADORE KREIMER, Kappa Na Page 79 Q ' QT Sis: .Ugg . I 1 'II . All Page 80 FV li 1929 semi?-y . vgsfilf-,f,a,g'a9:4vfz,gyww.S5'. ' Wg',:r'i. H f W ' 'X5iQ'.xiYl'5.f!.'EE'L?' f fx. fi 171-if-ff.: 7' ' 'CY L4 QQ' " x WEL? 'Y--Zfxt 'Si '. 'V , LKMKZJ RUTH MATTESON Pan-Hellenic Ball w 1 'l ,r I O " Q v - 1 Top Row: Coster, DeHaven Next Row: Schmid, Ray, Baer PANHELLENIC BALL HE PANHELLENIC BALL featured the early spring social season. Although held on Friday the thirteenth of April at the Hotel Schenley, it was voted quite a success. Johnnie Ingram and his Webster Boys furnished the music. Ruth Matteson, Theta Phi Alpha, president of the Panhellenic Association, and Lee Sheedy led the grand march. Since the men were the guests at the dance they were presented with the favors, clever letter folders stamped with the University seal. COMMITTEE MARY RAY, Kappa Kappa Gamma, chairman HELENE COSTER, Zeta Taze Alpha BERTHA SCHMID, P2 Beta Phi ANARUTH BAER, Chi Omega EVELYN HARRIS, Alpha Epfilozz Phi n .- L Page 81 ' v F. fl Page 82 .. , ., lnlll .-.U- -gf Y . . 1. ,,..1 .T .- ,,3 ,. I-H, ., fr. f Y-1 .: ' ,1 -5-:':v .W .v gf S -A T E: N. .7 L, ,- LIL fi V 25 xg I. N-1 af? 22 98" WW 'o 3' Y .lx Nz 4 SXSRK 'M"'M" A X Q, 'S fx swf Rim' SPNX N ' M N sf V Q Wwmm fa . Q of 1 Sm if y sn xg:-v xii? N Q.'+.:x v ' lk ff ,NXI m,"5 wwf If i' Www xi 325 5235 EAN ROY Senior Ball A ll S n s' Top Row: Smith, Doverspike, Cupp, Koch, Runger, Braden, Smylie, Troilo Next Row: Nickolson, Ream, Belfour, Matteson, Brinker SENIOR BALL THE SENIOR BALL, the last Of the major social events of the year, is to be held on Friday, June 8, as a part of the Senior Week program. The BALL will be held at One Of the larger hotels, and the committee expects to feature it with a spectacular midnight pageant during which some Senior girl will be crowned Campus Queen. Stanton Belfour, chairman of the BALL committee, will lead Miss Jean Roy, Of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, in the grand march. SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE STANTON BELFOUR ........ ..........r.............,..,..................,,,,,..,.... COLLEGE ALEXANDER KYLE DOROTHY REAM NICHOLA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHESTER DOVERSPIKE NELSON RUNGER EDUCATION DOROTHY KOCH RUTH MATTESON DENTISTRY LOUIS SMYLIE MILTON N1cHOLSON MEDICINE FULTON SMITH ENGINEERING WILLIAM BRINKER MINES JAMES BRADEN I f' Q ,QR F ' P -5 S TROILO Chairman Page 83 E1 1 I I1 4 i N LII Il ,N ,I nulllf B-1 Top Row: Seidle, Hewitt, Goldberg, Smith, Horner, Ringer, Hackett, McLaughlin, Bradshaw, Brinker, Doverspike, Braden, Smylie Next Row: Schaumberg, Buerger, Troilo, Stranahan, Smith, Koch, Wagaman, Matteson, Ream, Nicholson, Walters Next Row: Riley, Wilt, Young, Cheney, Cupp, McMurray, Belfour, Clark, Booth SENIOR EEK COMMITTEES JOSEPH WESLEY CUPP ...ooo ROBERT F. YOUNG Eo.,oO ROBERT PERRY JANE SMITH CHARLOTTE MCMURRAY .OOOOO ESTHER WILT E. BENNETT BRADSHAW RUTH CHENEY OOOOO,O OOOOOOO, ,,O.O,,,,. DANE WAGAMAN WILLIAM L. HORNER JOHN MCLAUGHLIN BYRON BAUR ,L,o , Page 84 'QQ' SENIGR NIGHT KATHERYN TILL MASON WALTERS RECEPTION S DUELLA STRANAHAN JOHN HEWITT PROCESSION ROBERT HACKETT CLIFORD NELSON HENRY SEIDEL PUBLICITY JOHN B. BENKERT CORGNATION ELIZABETH CLARK f J at ..,...General Chairman DAVID B. BUERGER KATHERINE YOUNG ALLAN BOOTH WILLIAM WIGHTMAN WARREN RILEY Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman own. !. ,zflij SENIOR WEEK QQ' HE first SENIOR WEEK Will be held this year from June 6 to 13. Besides the ceremonial events ordinarily held in connection with graduation exercises, the WEEK will offer a full program of social and feature events, designed to make the vveek of graduation the single, most colorful student celebration of the year, and to remove the drabness usually characteristic of graduation days. The annual Senior Ball will open the WEEK'S festivities on Friday, june Sth. The annual Sunset Dinner will follow on Friday, and on Saturday evening the Gridiron Banquet, sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi, will be held. The Baccalaureate Service will take place Sunday at Carnegie Music Hall. The W. A. A. Buggy Ride, a Senior Baseball game, and the presentation of "A Midsummer-Night's Dream" by the Pitt Players are scheduled for Monday's attractions. On Tuesday the Senior Breakfast, the Coronation of the Senior Queen, a tea dance sponsored by Mortar Board, and a Smoker for men seniors, are the main events. The WEEK will come to a close on Wednesday, June 13, with the Com- mencement exercises at Syria Mosque. On the same day the Chancellor's Reception- and the Alumni Banquet will be held. As a special innovation during SENIOR WEEK, the members of the Class of '28 are planning on wearing their caps and gowns at all the campus events. It is hoped by the committee in charge of the celebration that SENIOR WEEK will become an annual event. Page 85 . asf gi. -I . ,F -r H,- a .Jiri I af ff- T73 'R2ff5'fi.6E2 T A , 1 I 9 1 Y 'r '- W 4 - E Q . 5:4 f Q- - ',-' , -R O ' , fav' 'fb-,Qj,,E, .1 Y 1 E.v:f+'fS7 3" - . ,f - 2i7"Y'1-?f1.f'i+:?wS ' lm, ' ' Q' -:fl'Q'? ' :,.:-sign-'i?f.Qa:if 'J "' . ' if ' " ' - . 1 ' 7 -' " ' " A f 1 ::!!!, T-sf! Top Row: Patterson, Baur, Cupp, Goldberg Next Row: Ifft, McCoy, Roy, Ream, Braekman COLLEGE ASSOCIATION QQ OFFICERS ROBERT F. ROY, '29 ....,.,.,....., JOSEPH W. CUPP, '28 ...,,... ....,..... JAMES B. MCCULLOUGH, '30 ..E.., AMBER MCCOY, '29 ...... ...... JOHN R. JOHNSTON .... .... ,..t,,....A,..,.,... CABINET BYRON BAUR, '28 PHILIP GOLDBERG, '29 MARIE BRACKMANN, '31 GERTRUDE IFFT, '28 ODGEN GENSHEIMER, '29 JAMES A. PATTERSON, '30 DOROTHY REAM, '28 Page86 - . , ' ' 'T ......E....Pre.sident ......Vice-Prendent ........Trea.rzzrer ........,..Trea.rzn'er Ffzczzlzjf Advisor 4 Y' o ,l I OWL ni ::!!!. Ar-3 COLLEGE ASSOCIATION 'QQ' ONTINUING the success of the first year of its existence, the COLLEGE ASSOCIATION has experienced even a more extensive and successful program during the past year. Almost eight hundred members, students in the College, were enrolled in the ASSOCIATION during the annual membership drive. With the idea of establishing a precedent, the Cabinet has planned for three functions to be held each semester: two informal affairs and one formal ball. Thanksgiving Eve has been permanently set aside for the first semester formal dance, and a boat ride will be had for the formal in the second semester. The desire for a greater unity of spirit and action in the College, as Well as the wish to promote the social interest and general Welfare of the students in the University, was responsible for the organ- ization of the COLLEGE ASSOCIATION. This year, in addition to social interests, a student loan fund Was established. The fund was obtained from the surplus of the ASSOCIATIONS funds of the previous year. Any junior or senior enrolled in the College is eligible to borrow from the loan fund. Page 87 l 3 J? 7' f s is 'f qw A I: 4 . I R I I rt -it I5 I its E 1 nl .pf x .iw s...PY.:.. .4 ,H 4 . ,' ' ' L .- 1' ,, R' fri' "' . J' 'yum 1 1-V' 3: U ,V Y, ,IJ ,, , I, 'rt ' iif, . .-I U I, -Ali. V ip .ui wa- - ' - " ,- ,: "f ' A V ,- lL,5AjY,,- ,II , CJ Ill J C. !!.... 4' - 4-- Top Row: Lipsity, Doverspike, Lindsay Next Row: Wellinger, Batchelder, Pickard. Hackett BUSINESS ADMISTRATION ASSOCIATION QQ, OFFICERS VICTOR PICKARD ..SS,,SSSSS,,S,S ENDICOTT BATCHELDER S,..,tS ROBERT HACKETT .SSS.,SSSSSSS FLOYD BENDER ,.,S....,, H. H. ARMBRUSTER ..,... Page 88 CABINET CHESTER DOVERSPIKE RUTH CHENEY ENDICOTT BATCHELDER C. E. DOWNTON R. HACKETT FRANK SCHAUMBERG FLOYD BENDER VICTOR PICKARD JAMES LINDSAY I-IERMAN LIPSITZ JOHN STEWART SOCIAL COMMITTEE JAMES LINDSAY, Chairman RUTH CHENEY FRED WELLINGER O. B. ELDER HERMAN LIPSITZ I .....,,....Pre.fident .S.S.,Vice-Prexident .....,......S'ecretm9f .....,.....TrmJure1' Faculty Advifer :I i tl I ::!!!. 7?-1 BUSINESS ADM1N1STRAT1oN ASSoc1AT1oN 'Q-'Q' HE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATION Was organized during thegschool year 1921-2 for the two-fold purpose of providing an outlet for the social interests of the students in the School of Business Administration, and of promoting their welfare as a body within the University. I An active fund was created in 1925 by assessing each member of the ASSOCIATION. This policy, followed in the succeeding years, made possible the program of entertainment that the organi- zation undertakes. The first semester of the year 1927-8 was one of the most successful in the history of the ASSO- CIATION. The program of social activities included an informal dance at the Hotel Schenley, and a more pretentious formal dance during the Christmas holidays. An even more ambitious program is planned for the second semester. Page 89 . S ff- ' -' ld -.Ill Lg ---., . J Top Row: Liveratti, Morris, Wanner, Borzella, Weaver, Skinner, Rae, Billhartz, Ginsburg, Gross, Sciullo Next Row: Professor McCandliss, Scheets, Wunderly, Seigle, Johnson, Edwards, Wilhelm, Ponti, Best, Woodson, Snyder, Henry, Egerman Next Row: Tilmans, Milhayl, Riley, Neely, Thompson, Meermans, Wallace, Mamula, Hetzler AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH CHAPTER 'QQ' I-IE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS was founded in 1852 to advance the science of engineering as a profession, to serve as a medium for the exchange of new discoveries, and to promote a brotherly feeling among those interested in engineering. The society has established student chapters at the larger engineering schools in the country. Senior, junior, and Sophomore students in Civil Engineering compose the local chapter. They hold Weekly meetings to discuss engineering subjects presented by their members. Page 90 I OWL ' AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS UNIVERSITY CF PITTSBURGH CHAPTER L H MEERMANS, '28 ......... T R HELSING, '29 ..,......... W R WALLACE, '29 ..,...,. W H THOMAS, '30 ..,........ S E NEELY, '30 ......,.... J M THOMPSON, '28 .... W. E. BEST, '29 W. H. BILLHARTZ,' 30 J. W. BLACK, '30 N. A. BORZELLA, '29 D. E. BOWN, '29 J. F. CARROLL, '30 H. A. EDWARDS, '29 W. E. EGERMAN, '28 F. E. FRIDAY, Special A. L. GINSBURG, '30 M. A. GROSS, '29 A. C. HAVENS, '30 W. HENRY, '30 P. G. HETZLER, '28 H. E. HOBE, '30 J. H. SMITH J. S. LAMBIE 'QQ ' OFFICERS MEMBERS C. V. JOHNSON, '29 E. I. KENNIWEG, '29 A. C. KOHLER, '30 J. A. LIVERATTI, '29 D. A. LOGAN, '30 M. C. MACGOUGH, '28 R. S. MAMULA, '29 V. B. MIHAYL, '28 R. M. MORRIS, '30 R. L. PATTILLO, '30 G. P. PONTI, '28 W. S. RAE, '30 P. C. RIFFEL, '29 W. M. S. RILEY, '28 L. P. RISHEL, '28 W. R. SCHEETS, '29 FACULTY MEMBERS L. C. MCCANDLISS L. W. MCINTYRE BE 555 11. V2 5? O :EX ' I I EI 1' ' - Prexident ........Fir.ft Vice-Prefieient econd Vice-Prefident ............-.-.-Fzr.rt Treemerer ..........-.S'ecami Treezszerer H. A. SCHROEDEL, '29 F. G. SCIVLLO, '30 W. G. SCOTT, '29 E. A. SIEBERT, '29 A. G. SIEGLE, '29 S. S. SNYDER, '30 R. B. STANNARD, '29 C. E. STONE, '29 A. TILMANS, '28 E. F. WANNER, '29 R. S. WATTERSON, '29 I. C. WEAVER, '29 R. H. WILLHELM, '30 G. W. WOODSON, '30 E. K. WUNDERLY, '29 R. F. EDGAR C. L. CRITCHFIELD .Secretary RqeW L fig Ill r 2!.... -"3 Top Row: Driscoll, Emery, Freed, Arens, Conway Next Row: Justin, Wright, Edmondson, Stratton, Nielander DOWNTOWN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION QQ' HE DOWNTOWN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION was preceded by two like organizations in the Evening School of the University. The EVENING SCHOOL ASSOCIATION was estab- lished in 1917 for students in that school, but in 1917 its name was changed to the EVENING SCHOOL ASSOCIATION of the School of Business Administration. The change to the present name was made in 1926 in order to open the ASSOCIATION to all students taking downtown work, in the different schools of the University. ' The purpose of the ASSOCIATION is to encourage and foster good fellowship and high scholar- ship among the students of the Downtown Division of the University, and to promote their social, educational and commercial interests. Each year the organization holds a Christmas Dance, an Annual Bridge Party, a Spring Banquet and ajune Prom. OFFICERS WM. RALPH EDMONDSON, .L eeae ..,.... I ............, eeeeeeeaeaee.. P 1' erident WILLIAM A. NIELANDER .LLLLLLLLL .......i. V ice-Prefidkfzt EARL CONWAY ..L..L.,,.....,,.,,..,,. ......LL...,.. T mzfzzrer NETTIE JUSTICE ...,...ii.....,i.,.. ......c..c,......c.........,..............LLLLLLL I L, L ..,........ Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FERD C. ARENS KARL FREED FRANCIS DRIscoLL ANNA W. STRATTON ALVA L. EMER1' MATILDA A. WRIGHT Page 92 'Q E Ei L - sf It I Ill 3 A ., II ..llI -6,1 --uni . NL, - Top Row: Stiller, Dolengiewicz, Urbanowski, Wieczorkowski, Baranowski, Lubarski, Namlik, Next Row: Wajert, Baczkowski, Czerwinski, Lewandowski, Skiba, Sowa PITT POLISH STUDENTS' CLUB QQ Q HE PITT POLISH STUDENTS' CLUB was Organized this year to promote and encourage educational activities of the Polish people, and particularly of the Polish students at the University. The CLUB already boasts Of fifty members, and has had a very successful season in its first year of existence. A musical recital Of typical Polish music, a large smoker at which the club was host to Polish students at Tech and Duquesne, and a formal dance at Webster Hall featured the year's program. OFFICERS ANTHONY B. CZERWINSKI ..ttttttt. ..,t,,..,.,t..,t,tttttt,,.., ..t..r...... P 1' eridefzt EUGENE A. LEWANDOWSKI ,,tctt..t rttttttt V ice-Prefidefzl STANLEY LUBARSKI ..Lr,,,,.,..,,..LLL, .tLLtttL,tLtL 5' ecrenzfgf L. W. URBANOWSKI ....,..L,..., LLLLLLLttttrtLLLLtLrL.LtLLL.Lt.LLLLLLLLLLt..LLL.LLLLL L.tL.tLtL T r eafmfef' PROGRAM COMMITTEE KONSTANTY SKIBA, Cbaziwmm ANTHONY WAJERT ANTHONY F. STILLER JOHN WIECZORKOWSKI MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE WILLIAM C. BACZKOWSKI JOSEPH B. DOLENGIEWICZ JOSEPH A. BARANOWSKI JOSEPH NAMLIK, JR. W. SOWA Page 93 I A53- , 1 -S " '1Wus:A-lfef-2, A 1 H 1: T- -' A 'ini 2 f' - :Pnl -f f -- . -f Tl ,, ,' pu, 1--f ' NH. 'z'----f - -.7':,' V' I-5. ' A 1 'T A . A - V- in x .Ee l 1 ,I 18' K.. Sk . - 13 I-: ?w, ?J3b.f:,:6q?V.1E ,E ' V. 4' . t, Vlrq 156- -, .-: .gs S. . iv 5':T't1."r 4 " VN' " Av. 5 1" A- ' 17 'ui 'ff 5 'f f"',:"l' -' - Q' 'Y I, " .'I: "rt ' -351 x , W" ' ,AI ffwlf if 'L ' 'fl xi"1C-,Z "' ' , N ' -, .- , -Y Y - - V . . ::!!!T P-3 Top Row: Lawton, Moe, Charlesworth. O'Donnell, Amburson, Koch, Kromer, Young, Kirsch Next Row: Hall, Cashdollar, McLenahan, Thompson, McClure, Austin WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION RUTH THOMPSON, '28 ooooo.o WINIERED MCCLURE, '29 ...... HELEN CASHDOLLAR, '28. GRACE AUSTIN, '30 E.EE..EEE RUTH CHENEY, '28 ,.EEEsEE..E GRACE O'DONNELL, '29 ..... DOROTHY KOCH, '28 E.....EEEEE GERTRUDE KROMER, '30 ..... LILLIAN KIRSCH, '29 ..EEE.,, FRANCES AMBURSEN, '30 ..... HELEN CASHDOLLAR, '28 ....,.,,E...E.,.EEEv FANNIE MAE CHARLESWORTH, '30 ...,,.. KATHERINE YOUNG, 29 ..,.....,.....,,v. MARGARET LAWTON, '29 .,..,.C Page 94 QQ OFFICERS BOARD OF MANAGERS r 1-y::?,j tg f ff 1 , :nl 5,-Q, 23 , 4113131 .C 7: -.1 AQ .':,1qg.,.jg gx,5,.:- 4159- " '. ,ffijY5E4ii" ','.: ' .-?'." , "' ' EW '-l'W " '1f..,',3SX1 "n .5 " , 551 iff-fx ' 512' 97 vw- lv, ,grip 1:1 NAL' . , - .gffru ' "pq-24, I-f'i"'5,.'r'f1J, '-ni. :-:,Erf'.' .3 -.,.' gf' ., --,.ff'Jif', . "W ,1 -,J Q ,:,- .. V f-, ':',3.-JOM' ,1V5,1.:-',,,.,,-.-E,rg.. :ja .-. 7,-. . .Y AV f',:1.-g.,xE:,gikA:c,h In ,qtgnggihi ,"' 1 ' 33' .Agua ,V .:.,5:.4Lw- ,V -I A V Li,-Ii .aydi :fi ,ke-N. E - . E T. ,E -ff Lgeollf . ll ,A...,......,PreJide1zt ,E,,...VZce-Preficlent ..,E,,,.EE,Trea.rz4rer ,.,...5ecrem1fy ,.,.,,5'0cial Clmirmmz ...,,........,E.HoCkey ......Bmkerbull ,.,...S'wimminfg Volleyball and Tennis ...,..I-liking .......Dancinfg ......B4z.reball I 1929 tl. OWL .-.... YF-5 N , WoMEN's .ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 'QQ' HE WOMEN 'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION has for its main purposes the promoting of higher physical eHiciency and the fostering of a spirit of friendliness among the Women at the University. The Athletic Council, organized by Margaret A. McClenahan and Ethel Jones in 1919, preceded the W. A. A., which was founded two years later, in 1921. The sports program of W. A. A. has broadened out from a meager basketball schedule, for varsity and freshman players, to a comprehensive intramural program. Among the sports enjoyed the past year were hockey, basket- ball, volleyball, swimming, golf, archery, hiking, baseball and tennis. During the first semester a Sports Day was held, to which representatives from several Western Pennsylvania schools were invited, and the annual Play Day is scheduled for May. W. A. A. not only sponsors a sports program, but also has developed a social program. Many of its entertainments have become almost traditional, among them the Co-ed Prom and the Senior Buggy Ride. Other social activities are the Mixer dances, Cabaret parties, Rallies and Banquets. Page 95 bfi l M En... ..?5:ih,ni'g-v ..,. A. 'y rv.-.V I- -.I . Mfr ., W- E1 .I I Il ' , .. . , . I K. P,?,. L' 1. . ,. 11' . . v L. . . -'....'-1.2 -'pe-.z:.-:s,g.1.L5ix I , 53:24 - Ill' r .1 Top Row: Malhotra, Zankey, Wherry, Jones, Himes, Reed, Dorow, McCartney, Taylor, Bohn, Wamhoff, Brinsko, Millis, Anthony, Jones Next Row: Arosell, Hanton, Pfeiffer, Reitmeyer, Groul. De Francesco, Miller, Ely, Ray, Logtolla, Vecino, Crawford, Nomliko Next Row: Caveny, Ahlquist, Anderson, Snyder, Winy, Perry, Gorham, Pyche, Rush. K. R. R. A. WING, '28 . P. SNYDER, '28 etet. H. PERRY, '28..... AMERICAN INSTITUTE GF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS UNIVERSITY CF PITTSBURGH BRANCH PROFESSOR H. E. DYCHE.. . R. G. C. R. G. R. R. H. ALBRIGHT C. BOHN C. CAVENY J. ANTHONY M. BRINSKO H. CAPEK L. CHABOT J. A. DARGON R. A. B. F. O. R. E. R. Page 96 J. AEBERLI E. AROSELL C. BANKS D. BLILEY CALABRESE A. DEFRANCESCO F. DIMOND W. AHLQUIST J. CRAWFORD P. R. FISHER T. A. GRAUL W. E. DOROW E. FREUNDT H. K. FRIED J. G. HOOP S. P. LOCKNER J. K. ELY E. L. FRAZEA H. E. GERMERODT W. L. HIMES D. A. HINTON B. A. JONES R . H. KERNAHAN OFFICERS ..................Cl94ziw7m1z ...LL ...Vice-Cluzirmmz MEMBERS SENIORS H. R. JONES P. E. LAGATOLLA M. R. MALHOTRA JUNIORS J. B. LUCK J. W. MATSON G. H. MCCARTNE1' W. T. MILLIS L. MITCHELL SOPHOMORES W. C. KOBZA I. W. LICHTENFELS A E. LOBUONO R G. MACDONALD T. A. MALLISEE G. I. MCCRACKEN R H. MILLER E. E. MEURER J. PFEIFFER H. A. REITMEi'ER J. S. NAMLIK J. F. REED T. W. RICHARDS F. A. RODNITE L. E. SMITH F. C. RANKIN A. RAY F. REED T. B. ROBINSON F. E. SAUERBURGER W. M. SCHULL D. P. SOMMERVILLE FACULTY MEMBERS C. A. ANDERSON H. E. DYCHE R. C. GORHAM 'Pita 'X X SY' . ---A.-3-w ., I-,T ...A -- R4 . . - - - 4---13-D V -1 I 593356 . :, la .5.v,'f'..--.UA-M ' I " ., . .f Sn .eflrfjzill 'VE N A . 7 ..f.41..' . x -' ,. , .. pl7f,J'l1i.1,QE?:7 I-'LX '-'Q . . .',. .. Ji. . . , -5 . .gjxtvpflg - ..--,....f.., - . ., - Y, . . - . , - Lvbfgd , I , fi . - . I .- I,fm- ,Gif , f . JI, pi ,-E22 .Yecretfzfjf-Treafurer Coumelor R. VECINO H. W. WAMHOFF H. E. ZANKEY K. A. TAYLOR R. H. THEOPHILUS R. M. VILSACK H. P. WILLS D. C. STENGEL E. STERN V. SWANK W. WHERRY R. F. WILPS R. G. WOESSNER P. E. RUSH 3, I ll Top Row: Lisotto, Mussman, Rogers, Guiliani, Pearce, Barr, Powers Next Row: Brunelli, Blew, Glunt, Coleman, Nicholson ARCUS CLUB Qfifzf RCUS CLUB was Organized in 1924 by Mildred Piekrell who felt there was a need for an Organi- zation tO provide Social Opportunities for girls not Connected with a sorority. In the beginning, all non-sorority girls were eligible, but during the last two years the membership has been limited to women students who have completed One full year's work at Pitt with a "C" average, and who are not afhliated with a sorority. MARY GLUNT, '29, .... . ELEANOR BLEW, '29 ,ie.ee..e E ERMA WOODBURN, '28 .,.i... MABLE COLEMAN, '29 ,... . SARAH BARR JULIA BRUNELLI SELINA CARVER MARIE DESIMONE HANNAH FRANK ANITA GIULIANI ROSEMARY JOYCE OFFICERS MEMBERS if .LL AIDEE LISOTTO VIRGINIA MUSSMAN LOUISE NICHOLSON KATHRYN PEARCE ........Pre.ride1zt Vice-Prefident i..,,.,L..Yecre!my ,e,i.e.tTre:z5zzrer MARY ELIZABETH POWERS LEANNA ROGERS FRANCES YOUNG Page 97 is I I 1- 'I II "!!!. 'F-1 , ' Top Row: Epstein, Sherman, Wein, Cibula, Finkel, Leven, Levine Next Row: Buerger, Phillips, Young, Hamilton, Susman, Murphy MENS DEBATING ASSOCIATION QQ OFFICERS ROBERT F. YOUNG, 28 ........,, I,.II,Ie,,I,,,...I,...,I P refzdent WM. NILES ANDERSON, '29 ,...... Manager ROGER S. HAMILTON, '29 ,.,.O,,,OOO .... 5' ecretmgf Trmfzzrer W. M. PARRISH .........,...,,,..O.IOO, Faculzy Dzrector MEMBERS Page 98 DAVID B. BUERGER, '29 ALVIN C. CIBULA, '28 THEODORE A. EPSTEIN, '28 ELLIOTT FINKEL, '31 ALBERT E. LEVEN, '29 I gggffh' E ,325 JOSEPH LEVINE, '30 HERMAN MAGRAM, '29 C. PHILLIPS, '30 MILTON SUSMAN, '29 SAMUEL B. WEIN, '29 all , MEN's DEBATING ASSOCIATION 'QQ-f HE MEN'S DEBATING ASSOCIATION fosters forensic activities on the campus, and fur- nishes students an opportunity for instruction and practice in public speaking. During the 1927-8 season, fifteen different men were used in twenty-seven intercollegiate and extension debates. The return of Professor W. M. Parrish, head of the Public Speaking Department, as coach of the debating teams, following his year's leave of absence spent at Cornell University, materially aided debating activities during the past season. Under his direction the DEBATING ASSOCIATION organized into a semi-forum that met weekly, an active policy of extension debating was carried out, and an unusual group of inter-collegiate debates were arranged for. During the early season, home debates were had with Washington and Jefferson College, Oberlin College and Davidson College, and Penn State and Western Reserve, of Cleveland, were met abroad. The climax of the debating season was arranged for the first week of April, at which time two teams, one traveling east and the other west, were scheduled to meet a representative group of the leading schools of the country. The western team, composed of Buerger, Susman and Hamilton, debated Washington University, at St. Louis, University of Missouri, Kansas State, Creighton Univer- sity, University of Nebraska, State University of Iowa, and the University of Minnesota. The eastern team met Holy Cross University, City College of New York and New York University, Boston College and Boston University, and Temple University. It was made up of Phillips, Leven and Young. Home debates with Western Reserve University and Northwestern University are planned to finish the season. - Page 99 I f f 'd l -rpg?-, 1 i L-' I 51lagIP I i Y, i 4 lv 'I ,,,,,, ,, .2 "'!!!. 9-3 ,LT Top Row: Matz, Eiyles, Horpole, Shapiro, Yorke Next Row: Stewart, Berman, Smith, Webb, McAfee WOMEN'S DEBATING ASSGCIATION MARGARET WEBB, '29, 2, I SYLVIA B. CORMAN, '28 SSSS I ELIZABETH SMITH, '30 TBTT LILLIAN DOMESTICHAS, '30 I THERESA KAHN T,BBB.B.,.B TBTBB MARION BENEDICT, '29 ANNA BERMAN, '31 SYLVIA BERMAN, '30 BESSIE BUCK, '31 SARAH DAVIS, '30 SARA DRUM, '31 DOROTHY EIGES, '31 Page 100 QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS DORIS HARPOLE, '30 FLORA KOCH, '29 FLORENCE LUMAN, '31 THERESA MATZ, '30 ALICE MCAFEE, '29 BEATRICE MILLS, '29 MILDRED MOSKOYVITZ, '31 ,,....,..,,,P76JZli6lZZ I ,...,,...,Md7Id4g6V 1,AJfiJtmzt Manager ,,,...,..HZJf07Id7Z CARYL OATES, '28 SALLY SAEVITZ, '30 LOTTIE SCHWARTZ, '30 ESTHER SELTZER, '29 IRENE STEMME, '31 MARGARET STEWART, '28 FLORENCE YORKE, '30 Coach ::!!!,??s1 WoMEN's DEBATING ASSOCIATION 'QQ' HE WOMEN'S DEBATING ASSOCIATION was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in October, 1921. At the present time its activities are under the supervision of Theresa Kahn, of the English department. Membership in the ASSOCIATION is open to all girls interested in forensic activities, since the organization aims to give as many persons as possible opportunities for public speaking. Representatives from the ASSOCIATION Who take part in the inter-collegiate debates are chosen in try outs before each debate. During the 1927-8 season the ASSOCIATION planned on continuing with the policy inaugurated last year, that of supplementing inter-collegiate and intra-club debating with extension debating before high schools and vvomen's organizations. In following out this policy, the Women debaters appeared before many high schools in the Pittsburgh district, and also at the Congress of Womens Clubs. The inter- collegiate season opened with a debate with West Virginia University on the subject of Whether or not the United States Government should protect by armed force the private investments of its citizens in foreign countries. Debates were also held with the University of Cincinnati and with Oberlin College on the same subject. Additional debates were held with Penn State College and Cornell University on the question of the success of Woman Suffrage. Starting in the early fall, the WOMEN'S DEBATE ASSOCIATION held bi-Weekly supper meetings at which topics of current interest Were discussed, such as companionate marriage, institu- tional religion and capital punishment. The supper meetings served to give the girls practice in public speaking as preparation for taking part in inter-collegiate and extension debates. Page 101 .1 ,' Top Row: Next Row: Next Row: Next Row: Next Row: Wilkoff, Sperling, Steinert, Taylor, Richardson, McDougal, Witt, Bath, Buchman, Burchard, Mock Wilson, Lindsay, Rothenberg, Heimerle, McLaughlin, Zimmerman, Petty, Byers, Adams, Getting, Whippo, Johnson Negley, Browdie, Sherman, Felstein, Hume, Horner, Haber, Allen, Shaup, Sheedy, Vogel, Nixon, Boggs, Boyd McLaughlin, McMurray, Tufts, Kleeb, Dent, Hackett, Cupp, Brantlinger, Hassenplug, Hough, Murphy, Klate Neyhart Lieberman, Littlefield, Rogers, Lawrence, Mclntire, Bronk, Jarrell, Kaplan, Whitmore "MARY-GROW-ROUND," a musical comedy by Walter B. Edmundson and Gus. A. Schnable, has been selected by the CAP AND GOWN CLUB as their twenty-first annual production. The story is laid in a small, quaint, European principaliry. On the same day that Mary, daughter of the owner of a circus, returns to her home from a finishing school, the Princess Mary disappears from the palace. A search for the Princess is then made, and until the final curtain the audience is kept unaware of the identity of Mary. The CAP AND GOWN CLUB presented HMARYVGROW-ROUND" on the road, in Pennsyl- vania and New York towns, during the first week in May, and during the second week had a week's home stand at the Alvin theatre. Page 102 I I tl: .- il I ::!!!. Fay A CAP AND GOWN CLUB Jflmy -Q1f0w- Round Twenty Hrst annual production JOSEPH CUPP ROBERT KLEEB PHILLIP MCLAUGHLIN DOUGLAS HOUGH HERMAN EHRENWERTH VIERS ADAMS JOSEPH FELSTEIN HYMAN HABER JACK ALLEN WILLIAM BATH HENRY BRONK HERBERT BUCKMAN MILAN GETTING SAMUEL KAPLAN HARRY A. LIEBERMAN BOGGS BYERS BROWDIE CALHOUN BRACHMAN LOMASK KEIL MARION T. BOYD E. M. BURCHARD MAX FELDER 'sfo CAST E. COLVIN HASSENPLUG J THEODORE MURPHY FULTON TUPTS CHARLES HYATT WILLIAM MCDOUGALL MEN'S DANCING CHORUS WESLEY HEIMERLE STEWART HORNER DON HUME GIRL'S DANCING CHORUS EVERETT LITTLEFIELD GEORGE MOCK WILLIAM C. PETTY JASON RICHARDSON WALTER ROGERS WILLIAM SCHAUP L. P. SHEEDY GLEE CHORUS CRUMPTON KLATE JARRELL NEGLEY ORCHESTRA PARK ROHLAND RIDER SCHWARTZEL MANAGERIAL STAFF R. L. HACKETT, Head Mpzrzatger ASSISTANT MANAGERS EDWARD LAWRENCE APPRENTICE MANAGERS H. D. JOHNSTON GLENN WIBLE L55 ,es- I Q i f-' -H .-. TIF!-:V T . l 1 - -,I .f . .I L fo v I - Li 5 - - I' CLE HERBERT DENT THOMAS MCMURRAY FRANCIS BRANTLINGER GORDON MAIZE WILLIAM MCDOUGALL JOHN MCLAUGHLIN HENRY ROTHENBERG HARRY A. SHERMAN JOSEPH STEINERT ROBERT TAYLOR LOUIS VOGEL LOUIS WHITMORE PAUL ZIMMERMAN NIXON SPERLING NORTON WHIPPO SIDES STOFFAN SPEAR WESSNER J. N. MCINTIRE CLARK WILSON JULIUS WITT Page 103 TQ51, I - 'i 2 f' .!?'f.f -fl, -E-,sing g .l 1- tall fr: '-+ifl'f9? ' 2 , 9 'f 1 .ll 2 . .. . . . ij -:!!!. 2?-3 ii, - Top Row: Parker, Harvey, Lamparski, Seidle, Kennard, Bair, Matson, Curtiss, Fraser, Grossheim, Millis, Bishop, Perry Next Row: Hague, Lavenka, Heckman, Phillips, Kann, Whippo, Kleeb, Lynch, Tufts, Levine, Crow, Finch, Smith Next Row: Dean, Goedecke, King, Webb, Stranahan, Mills, MeCloy, Macliown, Bainbridge, Parson, Haymaker, Hall PiTT PLAYERS A,-NX,-X Xfxf HE PITT PLAYERS, dramatic organization, first appeared on the campus in 1916 as a local dramatic fraternity. In 1920 it was reorganized under the direction ofthe department of Public Speaking, in 1923 Mrs. L. I. MacQueen came to the University as coach of the PLAYERS, and in 1927 Mr. Walter B. Edmundson became the director and coach, assisted by Miss Jane Ellen Ball. Membership in the PITT PLAYERS is on the basis of ability shown in tryouts held several times during the year. Additional tryouts from among the members are held before each production. During the 1927-8 season the productions were staged in the auditoriums of the Henry Clay Erick Teacher's Training School and ofthe Y. M and Y. W. I-l. A. Many social gatherings supplemented the actual work ofplay staging during the year, and as a further innovation, an orchestra was formed under the direction of Martin J. Crow, '29, The PLAYERS are planning on closing the year with the pro- duction of "A Midsummer Nights Dream" during Senior Week. THE BOOMERANG Page 104 -X FZ f EE has via? P 15 PITT PLAYERS OFFICERS . ROBERT F. YOUNG, '28 ........,.... ...............PreJiaent J. Ross HAGUE, '29--.. ............,...... ..........4. ....... ....wV. V i ce-Prefiaent MARGARET C. MACKOWN, '29 ....... ............ S eeretargf JANE R. SMITH, '29 .......,............. ......,,..,...,.......,..........................A.....f,........A.. ........ T r eafnrer TECHNICAL STAFF HEADS E. WILLIS WHITED ....L.. ....,..,,......,....,,,.,.......L...LL...I.....L.............................L..L...L.. L,...,. D i rector J. ROSS HAGUE, '29 ....... .,.......... B n.rine.r.r Manager ALICE JOHNSTON, '28 ..........,... .,.......... L igbteng R. H. PERRY, '284 ........................,.,.. Stage Manager R. H. CAPEK, '29 ...................... ............. E Zectrician W. T. MILLIS, '29 ............ Affiftant Stage Manager GERTRUDE CAMPBELL, '30 ......................., Prepertiey J. S. MACEWEN .,,.,,,,..,..,.,,. Ayfixtant Stage Manager W. H. GROSSHEIM, '29 .................. Pnrchaying Agent MARY G. ALOE, '31 KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE, '29 HELEN BASHORE, '30 PAULINE BAYS, '31 WILLARD A. BENGSTON, '30 ELIZABETH BLACK, '31 EDWARD S. BOAS, '31 GEORGE BOGGS, JR., '31 MILTON BRAUMAN, '28 DAVID B. BUERGER, '29 EDWARD BURCHARD, '31 JOHN A. COLE, '31 GEORGE CORNMAN, '31 MARGARET CRISMAN, '31 CHARLES R. CROW, JR., '30 DOROTHY G. DAVIS, '29 . KATHLEEN DAVIS, '31 CYNTHIA DEAN, '31 ZITA DOBERNECK, '31 DOROTHY DUEEIELD, '29 DOROTHY EIGES, '31 MARIAN EITEL, '28 MORRIS FIERST, '31 HUGH G. FRASER, Grad MONROE FRUCHTHANDLER, ELIZABETH GOEDECKE, '29 YETTA GOLDBERG, '31 MARGARET M. HALL, '31 ALICE HARTER, '28 JOHN HARPSTER, '31 RALPH HARVEY, '31 MARGARET HAYMAKER, '31 VICTOR BLAIR, '31 FREDERICK BISHOP, '31 ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, ' SARAH FINCH, '30 WILLIAM CLARK, '29 HAROLD B. CRAMER, '30 '3 MEMBERS DOROTHY HAYWISER, '30 GEORGE HOBSON, '31 HAROLD JOHNSTON, '31 ALEXANDER KANN, '31 VIRGINIA KEATING, '30 ERNEST S. KENNARD, '30 ESTHER RUTH KING, '29 ROBERT' KLEEB, '31 REGINA KRAKOVER, '31 ESTHER LANDOW, '29 EDWARD LAWRENCE, '30 JACQUES LEVINE, '31 BELLE LEWIN, '31 FLORENCE LUMAN, '31 SIEBERT A. LYNCH, '39 MARY MCCLOY, '31 WINIERED MCCLURE, '29 HERMAN MAGRAM, '29 DORA WALKOFF, '31 HAROLD MARCUS, '30 LEETA MENDELBLATT, '31 ORA MILLER, '30 ADELAIDE M. MILLS, '29 VILMA MINARDI, '31 IRVING MORRISON, '31 MARY A. MUNSCH, '31 HARRY PARSONS, '29 SARA PARSONS, '28 SADIE PEARLMAN, '31 GROSVENOR PEARSON, '30 RICHARD PHIFER, '31 JOSEPH PHILLIPS, '29 R. PATRICIA WOOD, '28 TECHNICAL STAFF DOROTHY GUINESS, '31 H. C. LAMPARSKI, '31 RENEE LAVENKA, '31 D. NELSON MCCLELLAND, '30 ORCHESTRA MORTONJ. CROW, '29, Director IRVING FARBER, '31 HAROLD SEDER, '29 - r '1tg+,x - -' fffiiff 1 5, 559'-IP 3 WILLIAM PATNOJAK, '29 JULIUS PROSE, '31 WILLIAM REHER, '31 GEORGE ROBINSON, '30 SAM ROSENEELD, '31 CLAIRE ROSNER, '31 HELEN ROYER, '30 HERMINE RUOEB, '31 HAROLD RUSHBRIDGE, '31 SARAH SAEVITZ, '30 WILLIAM SCHAUP, '39 FLORENCE SCHMIDT, '31 A. R. SCHWARTZ, '29 MARGARET SEGAL, '30 ROBERT SEIDLE, '29 BUELAH SHANNON, '29 ANNETTE SHEAR, '31 HARRY SHERMAN, '29 CHARLOTTE SINGER, '30 ELIZABETH SMITH, '30 ZACHARY STADT, '30 HALLIE LOU STEWART, '31 DUELLA STRANAHAN, '29 REBECCA SULLIVAN, '28 C. FULTON TUFTS, '31 CLARENCE TRITSCH, '31 CARL H. VOSS, '32 ELIZABETH WAGNER, '30 ELIZABETH WEBB, '31 ABRAHAM WEISMAN, '39 HAROLD WHIPPO, '31 VIRGINIA WICKERSHAM, '31 ERNEST G. MILLER, '30 ROBERT SEIDLE, '31 SYLVIA STEIN, '31 MILDRED WAGLE, '28 MARVIN TRAXLER, '30 ALAN WEIL, '30 Page 105 1: Y I V LL ii! xJ:!!!.,'a Top Row: Next Row Next Row: Next Row Adams, Logan, McMillan, Cooke, Cleland, Reinherr, Ray, Germeroat, Norris, Massen, M. Wolford, Grimm, Dunn, Billson, C. Wolford, Double, Elliott, Reinherr, VanTine Campbell, Swager, Kutcher, Smith, Masson, Daugherty, Curtis, Charlesworth, McMichael, Whippo, McLeod McConnell, Provini, Sage, Garland, Wright, Smalley, Hanson, Daniels, Knipple, Murphy, Battrick Lynch,Frost, Shone,Broadwater, Schatz, Hathom,Grf-gg, Pearsall,Watson, Fronk, King, McMillen, Lannan,Rodgers Next Row: Dr. Humphies, Burton, Cipullo, Schatz, Blue, Brunelli, McAfee, Stewart, Drum, Semple, Dr. Kerr QQ' OFFICERS SIEBERT A. LYNCH ...,iaa,.. a...a........ae,..l,..e .ec,,.c,..lc P r widen! MARGARET E. WRIGHT ..eae a.ee.. V ice-Prefident ANNIE I. LANNAN ....,..e ee..ae,r.ee .Y ecretmgf THOMAS W. DUNN aaaaa taaa.aaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaa ..... T r eazfzzrer MEMBERS VIERS W. ADAMS ELEANOR S. BLEW GRACE BROADWATER JULIA BRUNELLI ROBERT BURTON FANNIE MAE CHARLESWORTH MINNIE CHARLESWORTH FLORENCE CIPULLO CHARLES CLELAND SAMUEL COOKE VIRGINIA DANIELS ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY ERLA DOUBLE FRANCES DEHAVEN VIRGINIA L. GARLAND GERTRUDE GREGG Page 106 MARIE GRIMM MURIEL HANSON ESTHER KING GORDON KUTCHKA ROBERT A. LOGAN MARGARET MAASSEN HARRIET MATHISON ALICE MCAFEE JEANNE MCCONNELL JAMES MCMICHAEL MAUDE MCMICHAEL LYSLE MCMILLIN ELSIE MURPHY GENEVIEVE NORRIS ELEANOR POTTS ELIZABETH POTTS MARJORIE WOLFORD ALMA PROVINI CHARLES REINHERR MARGARET REINHERR JOHN RODGERS ALMA SAGE ELINOR SCHATZ GENEVA SCHATZ JANET SEMPLE MARGARET SMALLEY ELIZABETH STORMFELS ELIZABETH SWAGER HENRY THORHAURER HAROLD A. WHIPPO AMY WHITE LILLIAN WHITE CLYDE WOLFORD 1929 if-f PITKIN CLUB 'QQ' PITT student group, after attending the lirst Student Volunteer Conference at Kansas City in 1914, brought home the idea of forming a campus religious club. The PITKIN CLUB, named after Tracy Pitkin, an American missionary killed during the Boxer Rebellion in China, was the outcome. The club was formed under the guidance of Dr. Hugh Thompson Kerr of the Shadyside Presbyterian Church, who has been its advisor and teacher ever since. The PITKIN CLUB meets every Friday noon at the Shadyside Presbyterian Church. After a luncheon served by ladies of the church, the students participate in the discussion of missionary Work, of' the Bible, and of questions of current political interest. Page 107 :fi A , .fy -is Q I if "' V r- , iff! I if . Q: ' I '. A' I ' ' - e , .- -tif-311-'-fE1'i -Fri ' ' 1 'El I .If ' -- '., , - ' ' I I .., - A ffff.--' rj .-' ...fel . ,J W J p.,.f,, - 5,5 5,-.4 1 Q -'A I A QFV3' .. .- gf-' . ,sg V ' ' " ' Q ' L 'Z ',,-f. ,, b- I TQ ,. uulu' 1: ..... . Top Row: VanTine, Lynch, Cooke, Ray, Elliott Next Row: Burton, Rankin, Campbell, Newman YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ALEX CAMPBELL ,,,L,. ,,,,L JOHN D. STEDEFORDL.. SIEBERT LYNCH .ALLLLLLLLLLLL WILERED PARKER ..LL WILLIAM EISENBEIS vII,,.I.... HAROLD A. JOHNSTON ..,....., ROBERT BURTON ,.,I..IIII JAMES RANKIN ......., SIEBERT LYNCH .......... JOHN STEDEFORD III,II. CHARLES RAY, JR ...,.II, SAMUEL C. NEWMAN.. SAMUEL COOK ........... Page 108 Qs CABINET COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN 2 A........I,....PreJia'ent ........Vice-Prefident .............S'ecretary Stadefztf ..........,..Pablicity .,....,............Hana'book ..,....Claarcb Relations .........W0rla' Fellouulaip .L......,...,............,..S'ocial .........ReZigioa.r Education ...,.I..Di.rca.v.ri0n Groapx ........C0mmanity Service ..........F0reitgn Relatiom ll tl A I. I I OWL I. B ll I R :Amt 75-I YOUNG MEN's CHRISTIAN AssoC1AT1oN 'QQ' OR sixteen years the University of Pittsburgh branch of the YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION has taken an ever increasing part in the student life of the University. The purpose of the "Y" is to "serve the men of the University in every possible, helpful, practical Way, to surround non-Christian men With such influences as shall lead them into the Christian life and into Church membership, to promote Christian fellowship and aggressive Christian work by and for students, to train its members and others for lives of Christian service." The chief mission of the ASSOCIATION is to bring out in every man the highest, and best, and fullest there is in human experience. The program of the "Y" is under the direction of a Student Cabinet, Whose officers are elected annually by the active members of the ASSOCIATION. The person elected president appoints commit- tee chairmen who, together with the oflicers, compose the Cabinet. The student officers, committee chairmen, and committee members form the "Y" Student Council. The administration of the Y. M. C. A. at the University is vested in a Board of Management, composed of students, faculty members, alumni, and trustees of the University. The active administration is in charge of the executive secre- tary, Mr. A. K. VanTyne, who, with his associates, is on duty at the "Hut" at all times. Page 109 . - I fn .f fl -' Q' -A T523 11 W fx' .,..ei" Y - K! wg R --f ?!l1Q1l:"i'QQi'3+-'fig' ' 'I Ni EEA vft, I 'F - " ' I .ra L., RA- 'M' .-14. I' Nw I new-it ':- WWI H, ,,,- .5+.QL51AA, N I E ii-.wqpufkkwq eiqqgl 'IW I ':'.Y1:'x 'ffl .,.'l'." --Q ilu- -.L .' . . '4MnLf'3l:Fy9f.'f '3"lw.QQ-1 -:!!!r GI Top Row: Briggs, Condie, Fullerton, Daugherty, Rupert Next Row: Broadwater, Hanson, Goedecke, Wolford, Otto, Schwerer, Cashdollar, Strasler Next Row: Scully, Bainbridge, Shoop, Battrick, Long, King YOUNG WOMEN,S CHRISTIAN ASSGCIATION 'QQ' DORIS SHOOP ........o,..t....,,.,.. KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE ...... SARA LONG o........,.........,... MARY SCULLY ...... SARAH SCHWERER ........ HELEN CASHDOLLAR ....,.o MURIEL HANSON. ,r... . ALINE BRIGGS. .,....... .... . GRACE BROADWATER ..... ISABEL CONDIE ....,,ot,.. ALICE OTTO. ,.,,,.... ,,,.,Iv, I HARRIET MATHESON ..... ALMA JEAN STRASSLER ...... MARJORIE WOLFORD ...... REBEKAH FULLERTON ..... COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ,.,,.........PreJident L.,.,.VZce-Prefident L........5ecretafgf .....Trea.rurer U fzdercgraduate Representative ....,.....,.......Wor!d Fellowfbip ,.,....S'fzeden! Relatiom ..I.......Inter-Racial ..........L......Inter-Racial ...,...Relicgiaze.r Education ...,..Fre.rlaman Commifxion ........................1-Tinanee ocial Service ELIZABETH GOEDECKE .... ...,... P zeblicigf ESTHER KING ....,.......... ....... O jice ISABLE RUPERT ..... ..... 5' ocial Page 110 f ' , A I, 'I i' :Ile M:g!!!.g 'rg Top Row: Arter, Clementine, Glaster, White, Taylor Next Row: Braxton, Collins, Briggs, Eckstein, Robinson COUNCIL OF NEGRO COLLEGE WOMEN QQ' I HE COUNCIL OF NEGRO COLLEGE WOMEN was formed to foster high Scholarship and friendship among the Negro women of the University of Pittsburgh. Each year since C. N. C. W. has been Organized it has sponsored a vocational guidance conference at which some prom- Inent woman of the colored race has spoken. The COUNCIL holds frequent meetings at which local speakers discuss various subjects of interest. 1 ALENE BRIGGS, 28 .........r....r ORLENE COLLINS, '29 ....,.L.... RUTH WALDON, '29 .... ...L,. U EVA COOK, 30 ........L.,,,L AUGUSTA BRANTON, '31 BERNICE BROWN, '31 EDYTH DOUGLAS, '30 MAXINE ECKSTEIN, '28 EDYTH ENTY, '31 CLEMENTINE GLAUSTER, '30 HARRIET HALL, '30 OFFICERS MEMBERS HELEN HAWKINS, '31 EDNA KINCHION, Grad. IRENE MANDEXTER, '28 THELMA NELSON, '30 JULIA PHILLIPS, '28 ALMA ROBINSON, '31 RUTH STEVENSON, '31 as is Qi 'ik 4+ ,425 .....,......,...Prefzde1zt L...VZce-Prefidenr ..........S'ecretm'y ,,,.,..,,Tremurer MARGARETTE TAYLOR, '29 CORA WOOD, '28 THELMA WILLIMAN, '28 ALDREA WILLIMAN, '30 OVILLA WHITE, '31 MURREL WYNN, '31 Page 111 ""'.' 4 . .- ,,1.- ,A S A711929 . OWL FRESI-IMAN FORUM HE FRESHMAN FORUM is, as its name implies, a forensic group open to freshman of the University. In its first year of existence, the FORUM is already strongly organized and has had nearly its entire membership present at every weekly meeting. The FRESHMAN FORUM was introduced on the campus at the beginning of the 1927-8 school year under the direction of Mr. John R. Johnston, manager of student activities. It was designed to bring into reality the much discussed Oxford plan of open discussion. At each weekly meeting, the members discuss a subject relating either to a school or public problem. In the early part of the second semester members of the forum engaged in a dual debate with the freshman of West Virginia University. ELLIOTT FINKEL .............,....... MONROE FRUCHTHANDLER.. .. LOUIS FEITELBAUM .rrrt......,....,.t JOHN COHEN HAROLD CHERNOBF MUZIO C. DEANGELIO HERMAN A. EGAER GUY DIAMBOY RICHARD ESLER EMANUEL FISHKIN CHARLES H. FULTON JOSEPH GELMAN Page 112 OFFICERS MEMBERS EDWARD E. GOLDSTEIN JAMES HENDEL CHARLES JACQUES JAY M. JARREL ALEXANDER KANN RAYMOND KENT ROBERT LOEB WILLIAM MENDOZA SAMUEL REITER l g ,-E1 iff : T ATI1- 9357 ' Q5 ' -E ggi -A: J' D E .............PreJident ..,,..,,Vice-Pref ident ..............Secretmj1 SAMUEL ROBBINS JACK ROTHSCHILD CONSTANTY SKIBA JESS SPIRER BERNARD A. STEINBERG ALFRED TRONZO GERALD A. TRUE SAUL UDMAN i ' Y' I x g tl l l g:!!!. 'T-1 ffl: Ipl- '.i,,", 11213-sa-fftf in . . 'e.- "fig - .'f A, '4:5",1g,-Ag . 'x 2 344-1,5432-r2s?5:'i'f'f?1. . is. M151 155-SQJ A : f' f ai' 'JG :j - 42,?!g,2r, ,f9C.f':f-fu-..,f2' " -"-' -"lifS9ii7"'4-ffgjgsf ,A g5gsPy91f'4v :Q-rg -. is 'xg3:.p5fm,"'a9c5as'5i,-rr .Q Mig, '1,, tai. lu 'X .ff-w,l1:4 -9ffqiAr.x f LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 4 HE cocarde, or rosette, a symbol of the traditional red and blue of Paris, and of the White of the house of Bourbon, adopted by the French people at the outbreak of the revolution of 1789, forms the insignia of LE CERCLE FRANCAIS. The purpose of the organization is that of interesting students in the French language, customs and institutions. OFFICERS MARY M. DRUM, '29 ,rr,,,,,,,,,, ,. ,,,,rsrs.,,. Prefideizt KATHRYN S. DYSERT, '29 ...... ....... V ice-Preiiderzi' ROBERTA LEE, '29 ............... .......... .Si etrefmjy ALEX BEAUMARAIGE, '29 ,,.,.., ..,,., T l'BLZJ'Z!l'EI' Miss B. L. HENRY ..s.,,..... ...... C azzzzfeloz' - COMMITTEES Program Cam11ziftee.' Alice Harter, chairman, George Boggs, Clara Braunstein, Naomi Caldwell, Charles Crowe, Helen Ignelzi, Nancy Myler, Hugh B. Welty and H. A. Whippo. MzzJ2c.' Bertha Schmidt, directress, and Lillian Rosenberg. Publicity' Thelma Buente, chairman, Katherine Bainbridge, Mabel DeForest and Aidee Lisotto. I 7 av ? F 'I -J1??f3' ' Q '1.'lz-5'-fg':!:L5 I I l h .TI 17' I: f, Page U3 Im Wi lv Tx ' , ' ' "H ' ' . V' Y I Q3 :Q Y Av I 'YI 7 I 'I. 1 A' "-'A' Y . ,.,..,. 2 .Iii Top Row: Next Row: Next Row: Next Row: Evans, Morgan, Himes, Swartzel, Johnson, Siegle, Edwards, Pearce, Postner, Dorow, Leis, W. L. Gage, Spellman, Stephens, Painter. Higgins, Harter, Parmelee, Mortson, Stewart, Haver, Best, Woll, Steinbart, Jungbluth, Cibula, Atkinson, Hall, Frich, Ponti, Anderson, Kline, Meermans, Coffey, Bremmer, Thomas, Crane, Jones, Benkert, Oberson, Miller Duiiy, Wing, West, Dennison, Remensnyder, Morris, Braden, Hamilton, Mingos, Horsfall, Shaw, Coen, Epstein, Brown, Parker Blumberger, Watterson, Cross, Caputo, Zimmerman, Schmidt, G. W. Gage, Marshall, Buerger, Ebersole, McKinney RESERVE OFFICERS, TRAINING CORPS MILITARY DEPARTMENT STAFF MAJOR LLOYD P. HORSFALL, C. A. C ..,,s....,,s,,,,,.,srssssssssssrss MAJOR JAY D. MINGOS, M. C. ........rs r.,o,...,. . . A CAPTAIN MAURICE MORGAN, C. A. C ,......... .. . .... CAPTAIN ARCHIBALD L. PARMELEE, C. A. C. .,.,,........,,.... . FIRST LIEUTENANT PAUL L. HARTER, C. A. C. .,,. .LLLL... . . WARRANT OFFICER PERCY ST. CLAIR BROWNE, Rctircd ....,,.,................................ ...,,L,,,.... M ilitezry Storekeeper TECHNICAL SERGEANT P. L. DUFFY, D. E. M. L ............. TECHNICAL SERGEANT D. T. HIGGINS, D. E. M. L ,L.I.. .....PI'0f6'.fJ'0l" of Militnfg' Science and Tncticf Auixtnnt Profefmr of Militnigf Science and Tncticf Affixtnnt Profeffee of Milifnfjv Science and Tezcticf Affiftnnt Profefmr of Militniiv Science and Tncticf .f1.r.fi,rz'nnt Prefeffor of Militnfjf Science and Tezcticf ........Militm9f Instructor ........MiZitnfgf Inftezictae SERGEANT E. C. EVANS, D. E. M. L. L........,..................L......I.L..............,......... .....,.. M ilitmy Inftrncfor ADVANCED COURSE STUDENTS SENIORS J. W. BRADEN G. F. HALL W. R. LEIS H. A. MORRIS E. L. SCHMIDT F. H. BREMMER D. HAMILTON E. H. LEVIN E. C. OBERSON E. W. STEINBART A. M. CIBULA H. A. JUNGBLUTH H. B. MCKINNEY, JR. A. PEARCE, JR. F. L. STEPHENS M. D. CRANE E. I. KENNEWEG L. H. MEERMANS G. P. PONTI W. H. STEWART T. A. EPSTEIN L. W. KLINE R. S. MILLER K. A. REMENSNYDER K. A. WING R. C. ATKINSON W. N. ANDERSON J. B. BENKERT W. E. BEST A. BLUMBERGER D. B. BUERGER J. M. CAPUTO J. P. COEN Page114 R. S. WATTERSON, JR. C. D. COFFEY W. T. DENNISON E. W. DOROW F. L. EBERSOLE A. EDWARDS 3 G. H. FRICH G. W. GAGE W. L. GAGE JUNIORS M. A. GROSS J. B. HAVER J. C. HERGERT W. L. HIMES C. V. JOHNSON R. T. JONES J. B. LUCK I. H. MARSHALL ig ZIMMERMAN E. T. MORTSON C. H. PAINTER F. C. PARKER S. A. PERSON A. POSTNER . A. RODNITE J. A. SHAW A. G. SIEGLE J. F E. M. SPELLMAN L. E. SMITH R. B. STANNARD K. D. SWARTZEL V. F. THOMAS R. H. THEOPHILUS F. A. WEST H. L. WOLL 'g I 1 s., ll ::!!!. 'Fil HE R. O. T. C. MARCHING SONG or THE BALLAD OF A CAMPUS SOLDIER By CADET CAPTAIN I. M. A. DUMBGUARD, "A" BATTERY R. O. T. C. BATTALION N Er-5.1-aegita-rgzurg Iafealirfparrffg JNFFIQ Qvlvrlnrclrlliih-Pts-P21 A It.rpS'pg-PIE'-QSM! -'I-fee:-l'V11r1z:J,em,es. 4 Ilya I I 2 A basic low was I, on a rigid, two year try, Had to qualify to be a first class gunner, Then in the second year, I was made a cannoneer, I was as proud as a winning track team runner. So make way for me, for I am number three, And the rammer detail needs a husky man, The data is all ready, see our nerves are steady, When we seat the shot as only "Pitt" men can. 3 If mother could but see, me ram as number three, At the command of execution "Home Ram". She must then admit, that her son can do his bit, Can mother's little curly headed lamb. For we are twelve inch gun, Coast Artillerymen That's the kind of soldiers that we ate, Now I've been selected, my skill to be perfected, In the art of shooting accurate and far. 4 Hurrah, I have my chance, I'm of the advance Military Training course at "Pitt" You can bet your bottom dollar, I don't make a holler, For that indicates our Major thinks me fit. Now I must be able, to use the firing table, To figure out the azimuth and range If data's not correct, that's a terrible defect, For when you've fired it's then too late to change. 5 The contract I have signed, has clearly there defined, That I'm scheduled for camp at Fort Monroe, The many yarns I hear, of the camp they had last year Make me anxious for the time to come to go. The problems this semester, are just a little tester, To see if I can learn a soldiers duties, If I can make the grade, commutation I'll be paid, And at camp I'll meet Virginia's famous beauties. 6 I figure up the data, with care avoid errata, For the Major's marking failure with a zero, But when I get to camp, of sheiks I'll be the champ, The ladies always like to meet a hero. In June I must get busy, and tune up Henry's Lizzie, To hit the trail for Old Virginia's shore, And at that famous camp, just trot out your "vamp", The stuff I'll strut will make all rivals sore. 7 7 Oh, the way those buttons shine, on that uniform of mine, I look like General Pershing just as grand, As Battery Commander, nothing can be grander, Among the military leaders of the land. I don't want to scold, but three times I've told You Freshmen kee your eyes straight to the front, Now if you draw djemerit, I do not choose to share it And you alone will have to bear the brunt. 5- 51 7' ll?-II 8 just wipe off that smile, I've watched you for a while, And you seem to think it funny to be dumb, If you Freshmen fool and trifle, you'll always hold that rifle As if your little linger was a thumb. So try to keep in step, you Freshmen there "hep hep", I never saw such awkward men before, We're passing in review, you must learn what to do, Or you'll make the Corps Inspector very sore. 9 That's how I treat "rookies", I'll bet you seven cookies, That they never saw a twelve inch gun before, And ifI had my will, I'd make them drill until, They learned to be a credit to the corps. If there still is doubt, in your mind about, Why we love this military training, Consider all the fun, with a twelve inch seacoast gun, And tell me then why some are still refraining. 10 In ending up this rhyme, if there ever comes a time When Uncle Sam needs good artillerymen, If he will take a look, in the War Department book, He will find the "Pitt" men ready once again. Now I've sung my song, and I only hope and long That war will not be coming very soon, For if the enemy, should shoot such guns at me, It might make me want to change my tune. THE MILITANT MEDICOS 1 The Pittsburgh Medical School, R. O. T. C. rule Says every man must join the Training Corps If some won't sing our song, because they think it wrong, They are not the men our daddies were of yore. The Medicos are we, of the Pitt R. O. T. C. Shout out the chorus loud and strong, We're camping for a while, this summer at Carlisle And the Panthers are marching along. 2 When soldiers must advance, we doctors get a chance, To practice on the wounded left behind, Along with first aid duties, we protect you from the cooties, And may cut off your leg if so inclined. But when you're getting well, in the hospital, You'll find the nurses very entertaining, Then you must admit, that we too do our bit, And thank your stars the doctors had some training. 3 So if you have to fight, everything's all right, We'll go along with surgeons tools and pills, And if our calomel, doesn't make you well A dose of castor oil will cure your ills, Or a touch of iodine, will fix you all up fine, When wounded it's a never failing boon But if we have to saw, a piece off of your jaw, The song you'll sing will have a different tune. Page 115 ie:- I J as?" L -I 'f : if 'V' :- " '. 17 , - 34 i. . p ig Page 116 is QI l I as 'tim 314,35 PITT STADIUM, ERECTED IN 1925 AT A COST OF OVER 352,000,000 ! -1 : 1 r'. EE if FT' ML! ATHLETICS y 1 1 11. 1 :I',: iwif 1 ' " , ' , ' V' 'K 1 1' ,' - .ALF I' .51 I , I II. 1 ,',I AIIII ...I .T.1,IQK'1I I .,I . I?,.ImI ,I 1 , --,g '- 1 , .- 1+,,.11-.g..1- 1- 111 , ' . 1 -1? .1 ' Q 1 -- -- 5 1 P f .I-21 .1 '-g - -51,-:I ,,1' I, 1 r 11' -,1 . 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I1- .II I . If I-11, 4. 111 if J' 5 ' ' 1 . 21.1" , ,1.. I , 1 .11 : I 1 1 1. L '-f'1 - I' lf, 1 '. ,'1:-'1 1g 1' 11? V- 1 1 4 , - 4 -1 1r1 0" 4 'J-1 f I I. 1-II 1, 1 ,I I,II- 'JIIQI1 'j.-1.11 V 'r-, A I ' . - 1"'1'.Il1.Ra,Z."'3',f'2..1.Z.1.1.L1.-1'.4J'.1-Xr3.11k1!S?i:f... 2" STANFQRD, 7 ff PITT, 6 F,-' GIBBY, BILLIE DOVE, AND JOCK ' 'nil Mr Pg119 QI. THE 1929 CWI. ' WM. Num. Awnnasou I i UF CATHEDRAL OF LEARNING EDITION f"""'f"'0'f I ' I Fun H. Srmrmunnx E The Student Year Book of tbe B"ff"'ff Mm!" 55 Ufziversigf of Pittsburgh ,L ,I f? '-., PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Decembel' 10, 1927 Mr. Westbrook Pegler Sports Editor Chicago Tribune Chicago, Ill. Dear Mr. Pegler:- Thank you for placing Captain Gilbert L. Welch, halfback of the University of Pittsburgh on your All American football selection. We are dedicating a page of our year book to Captain Welch. Please sign your name on the blank space left at the bottom of this letter as we wish to use your autograph on Welch's page as a signification of your choice. Please return this letter with your signature by return mail as our 1929 Owl goes to press about the first of the year. Thank you very kindly for your trouble and hope you find it convenient to see the Golden Panthers of Pittsburgh play the Stanford Cardinals in the Tourna- ment of Roses game at Pasadena, Cal., January 2, 1928. Respegtfully yours, ' 1929 OWL ' Sports Editor. Dear Mr. Solomon: There must be some mistake. I am the one who didn't pick an A11-American team, which fact does not however, mitigate uv appreciation of captain We1oh's'warth and substance. The most I can say for myself in this matter is that if I had I would have. Mamwfgm Page 120 vvNw'n'u"3-.".1I I H D ,.:.,7...,,K A- , . ..- ,M-L f-- 1. 131- ' . I ' Y ll s "4 is '-:'.f:'cv . .' - . ' ' .- - -' .1 .E-' ' . .A+-A-A4-4. .J . , J. , Y . , , , , ,.. . 0 . nll l l N il? W AMERIQ V fl W W wa- fgw W6 E qmgf W mf M6324 5 i -z W' Q Q jfqsbx i Q Zmidxwfi 'fMZ?ZQ 15I5 Pug ' f' n 0 ' WJ Page 122 'frf l lillill H ur iw ' zaamaiuaam Klinger, Roberts, Marohnic Doverspike, Fisher, Shaw, Sherako, Wasmuth Coach Jock Sutherland, Cutler, Sargeant, Kern, Faw, Getto, OWZ R OP T Parkinson, Fyock, Bowen, Helsing, Meier, Hagan, Captain Welch, Booth, Edwards, Fox, R. Goldberg, Salata, Montgomery Next Row: Donchess, Mahoney, Guarino, Hoban, Demoise, Whilps, P. Goldberg, Uansa, Trappanzo, Seifert Next Row: COACHES Head Coach, Dr. John Bain Sutherland Assistants, Charles Bowser, Alex Stevenson, Paul Templeton, Zonar Wissinger, R. A. Gougler, H. C. Carlson Head Manager, W iam McKee Assistants, David Stewart, Robert Brinker p-1 -1 --1 CHEERLEADERS 0l'C ITI hit avis, Louis W Smith, Scott D Brinker Assistants. Sol Lasner, Fulton lliam Head Leader, Wi SQUAD In I S Q S 'N Q Q E C6 'Q-4 as R Qi S S I-I N NE Welg Poaitlen 6 S R Z E .-C1 R GILE RT WELCH, QCapt.3 Halfback 169 3 Bellefonte Academy ANDREW SALATA Tackle 192 3 Wyoming Seminary ALLAN BOOTH Fnllback 180 3 Sharon High CHESTER WASMUTH Tackle 190 3 Turtle Creek High ANDREW CUTLER Center 192 3 Bellefonte Academy JOHN ROEE Ts Gaard 180 3 Parkersburg, W. Va., Hig PELIX DEMOISE Ena' 154 3 Greensburg High PAUL FISHER Quarterback 185 3 Avalon High DWIGHT FYOCK Halfback 166 3 Johnstown High A. A. GUARINO Ena' 166 2 Greensburg High JAMES HAGAN Halfback 167 3 Windber High WALTER HOBAN Halfback 142 3 Sharpsville High WILLIAM KERN Tackle 178 3 Wyoming Seminary PHILIP SARGEANT Enel 173 3 New Castle High REGINALD BOWEN Halfback 154 1 Erie East High RICHARD GOLDEERG Center 187 2 Slippery Rock Normal MICHAEL GETTO Gnara' 194 2 Jeannette High CHESTER DOVERSPIKE Gzeara' 193 3 New Bethlehem High ALEX FOX Gnara' 174 2 New Castle High PHILIP GOLDBERG Halfback 154 2 New Kensington High EDWARD SEIFERT Tackle 210 3 Schenley High TED HELSING Halfback 168 2 Wilkinsburg High TED MEIER Tackle 193 2 Erie East High TOM PARKINSON Fzellback 191 1 California High JOSEPH DONCHESS Ena' 166 1 Wyoming Seminary A. L. CORSON Tackle 189 1 Wyoming Seminary CHARLES EDWARDS Halfback 168 1 Wyoming Seminary KARL KLINOER Tackle 212 1 Hazleton Institute EDWARD SHERAKO End 169 2 Wyoming Seminary LESTER COHEN End 180 1 Uniontown High LESTER ZEEDICK Center 175 1 Punxsutawney High R. F. WILPS Halfback 158 1 Norwin High OCTAVIUS UANSA Halfback 167 1 MCKees Rocks High NEVIN PAW Gnaral 199 1 McDonald High JACK SHAW Center 183 1 Rayen, Ohio, High LOUIS MARHONIC Tackle 167 1 Phillips Exeter RAY MONTGOMERY Gerard 181 1 Warwood, W. Va., High FRANK MAHONEY Tackle 169 1 E. Pittsburgh High -frrlllilllllggl llwf .V Q Q Q 00900005 Page 123 VARSITY FOOTBALL AS CHAMPIONS DO IT PITT ...................... 42 THIEL ..........,4.....1 o PITT , , M , .W, ,, 3 3 GROVE CITY .. o PITT ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 0 W. VIRGINIA.. o PITT , MQMWM M..1Q . 3 2 DRAKE ...... ......3... o PITT ,,,,,,,, ,,,33,, 2 3 TECH ,..,,.,....,...,.. 7 PITT .,,.333, ,...3,,,,,. 6 2 ALLEGHENY .. o PITT 2,,,233, 32,,23, 0 WASH-JEFF ....., .. o PITT ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,,,, 2 1 NEBRASKA 2223,22. 13 PITT 3..,2,33 ,333,,,2,,, 3 0 PENN STATE o PITT ,2S2SS,2 SSSSS.. 6 STANFORD ,22222.. 7 289 27 615' FTER a curtailed period of two weeks hard preliminary polishing in the hills of Central Pennsylvania at Windber, the golden creation of Panther football trot- ted out on the stadium field in late September to record the first of eight outstanding home triumphs, and to evidence to the world in his fourth year at the Blue and Gold institution, molded an unbeatable eleven. From the initial kickoff of the Thiel opener until the final tackle in the Thanksgiving clash with Penn State, the country over was hearing the Pitt Panthers boomed as eastern and national champions. The undefeated Panthers exhibited marked drive and scoring ability in every game. They lumbered through the towering Nebraska forward wall, and raced between the fighty State linemen to total 269 points for the season. Sure and accurate tackling, taught them by Coach jock, made the Panthers the best defensive team in the country. A scant 20 points or only two touchdowns were WELCH TAKES A 105 YARD STROLL AGAINST WEST VA. of gridiron enthusiasts that Coach Sutherland had, scored against them in the regular season. A clean record of eight victories and a scoreless tie with Wash-Jeff signalizes the Golden eleven as one of the greatest ever to represent Pitt in football. f- - - H'-'Y'-1 ! l I CAPT. WELCH TACKLED BY ARTS, DRAKE HALF , Page 124 ' 'wfffifk "W" T" '- T -.qs Q. .. .. , f.-12645.25-. OWL IOLLY TROPHY HE most signal honor ever bestowed upon a Panther athletic team fell the lot of the Golden Panther football team February 4, 1928, at Philadelphia, when they were presented the Jolly Football Trophy. This trophy, which is symbolical of the highest football recognition in the East, was accepted for Pitt by a Panther con- tingent including Chancellor John G. Bowman, Head Coach "Jock" Sutherland, Captain Gilbert Welch, and Captain-Elect Alec. Fox. The Jolly Trophy is presented yearly by the Veteran Athletics Organization, of Philadelphia, to the team which has made the best record on the gridiron in the East. This is the first time that a Pitt team has been honored with the award. 'QQ Amid the colorful setting of the Tournament of Roses festival at Pasadena the Panthers dropped a hard fought game to Pop Warner's Stanford Cardinals by the almost negligible margin of one point. The long train ride across the continent and the dizzy heat of California, coupled with a won- derful Stanford eleven to give the champions of the East their only reversal of the season. The honor alone of being the pick of Eastern teams to represent this section of the football firmament in the Rose battle was fitting tribute to the Coach Sutherland and his golden warriors. FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF THE TECH GAME Page 125 Q ILT' 1 n o -Q 9 t . 4 A y - T NATIGNAL CHAMPIONS Top Row: Lynch, Fisher, Cohen, McMahon, Sandberg, Carlson Next Row: Wrobleski, Hyatt, Reed, Wunderlich, Zehfuss VARSITY BASKETBALL HE spectacular record of the 1927 Panther court team is outstanding. A brilliant array of floor stars led by Captain Reed, and including Hyatt, Wrobleski, Wunderlich, Zehfuss, Cohen, Fisher, and Sandberg, battled through a most difficult schedule of twenty-one games to go undefeated and to set up the best record ever compiled by a Pitt basketball team. They were univer- sally recognized as national champions, having hung up the best collegiate record in the country. After beating Michigan, Chicago, Northwestern, and Iowa, the best teams in the West, the Blue and Gold cagers returned to the stadium court and walloped Dartmouth, Eastern collegiate champions of the previous year. The only hard game of the Western trip developed at Iowa where the Goldens were forced into an extra period. A determined band of lrishers invaded the Panther lair for the intent purpose of putting a stop to the unbroken string of Golden victories. Notre Dame gave the best exhibition ever seen on the stadium floor and led the Pitt team up until the dying seconds of the game. With the score standing 22 all Charley Hyatt took a short pass from Paul Zehfuss and laid it through the hoop from his position under the basket. It was the first time the Panthers were in the lead and as the ball dropped through the net to the floor the final gun sounded to give the Carlsonites their most important triumph of the season. The eight man squad that carried the colors of Pitt to the loftiest heights on the hardwoods was the most skilled group that ever played under Coach Carlson. Charley Hyatt proved the surest shot that has ever stepped out on the stadium floor. Paul Zehfuss is the best defensive forward to play for the Panthers in years. Jerry Wunderlich's work at center was invaluable to the smooth working plays of the team. Captain Sykes Reed always outscored his man and was a strong defensive guard of lightning speed. His mate Stanley Wrobleski was another accurate shot who had the knack of holding down the best forwards. Fisher, Cohen, and Sandberg did excellent relief work whenever Coach Carlson sent them into the fray. P ge 126 I r I 4: 1929 TWENTYf0NE STRAIGHT MICHIGAN ............ 39 CHICAGO .............. 26 NORTHWEST. ...... 34 IOWA .....,...,............ 40 COLGATE .............. 37 ARMY .................... 36 TECH ........ .......... 2 8 Q9 ' HOME GAMES GAMES ABROAD PITT ........I, ..,..... D ARTMOUTH ...... 33 PITT ......... .......... PITT .......... ........ O HIO STATE ,...,.., 32 PITT PITT .......... ,,,,..., S YRACUSE ......,,..,, 24 PITT PITT .......... ........ T ECH ............I......... 38 PITT PITT .......,,, ......., W . VIRGINIA ...... 26 PITT PITT .......... .,,,.... P ENN STATE ...... 28 PITT PITT .......... ,.,..... A LLEGHENY .... ...32 PITT ......... ,...... . ,. PITT .... ...... ..,..... N O TRE DAME .... 22 PITT ....,.... ......,... PITT ..,....... ........ PITT ..,....... ........ WASH-JEFF.. ,.I....,,. 33 GROVE CITY ..,... 27 PITT PITT PITT .... ...,. .......... TECH .......,,...........,. 38 W. VIRGINIA ...... 42 WASH-JEFF ..........,. 32 PENN STATE 2.2,.... zs 1 NATIONAL I-IIGI-IfPOINT f "2' ' . ' SCORERS ,Q YATT, Panther forward, and Wrob- 1- - leski, Panther guard, were the two highest scorers in the country during the 1927-28 season. Hyatt, with 292 points scored topped the country, and Wrobleski was a close second with 247 points scored during the regular playing season. WROBLESKI 'WWW-UFSQQ Q . , GB Q WWW' . K 1 V HYATT Page 127 P ,ge 128 a ll ll lff ' 1. mffwraa ,. . H Top Row: Wibecan, Magee, Robb, Williams, Pickard Next Row: Gaynor, Gorsky, Wick, Fyock, Adams, Long, Coach Shea Next Row: Gwinn, Bowen, Welch, Linn, Roy, Liphart, Marquis QQ' ANTHER cindermen enjoyed one of the most successful track seasons in the history of the university. They placed in the Penn, Ohio, and Drake relays, while places were also won in the Intercollegiate 4-A meet and the National Collegiate meet. In the dual meets they went undefeated and also won the first annual Big Four Conference meet at Morgantown. At the Ohio relays Pickard won the pole vault at 13 feet, Gwinn copped the hammer throw at 162 feet, 1-2 inch, Welch was second in the discus throw, Wibecan ran third in the 100 yard dash, and Bowen was fifth in the same event. Pickard again won the pole vault at the Penn relays, clearing 12 feet, 10 1-2 inches. Captain Linn won third place in the hammer throw. Out at Des Moines Gwinn won the hammer throw at 155 feet, 6 inches and Welch placed second in the discus throw at the Drake relays. The annual meet with Carnegie Tech held on the Skibo field resulted in a Pitt victory, 103 to 32. Welch was the individual star with firsts in the javelin, shot put, broad jump, and discus throw. Other Panthers who annexed first places were Wibecan, Bowen, Roy, Adams, Marquis, Pickard, Gwinn and Williams. On a muddy, rain-soaked track Pitt defeated West Virginia 87-48. Gwinn, Pickard, Peters, Wibecan, Marquis and Bowen won their favorite events. Gibby Welch again collected four first places for individual honors. Roy and Adams came through with second positions in the half mile and mile respectively. The first Big Four meet at Morgantown proved an easy win for the Panthers who scored 103 points to 83 142 for West Virginia, 24 for Carnegie Tech, and 14 1-2 for Wash-Jeff. Wibecan, Roy, Adams, Marquis, Pickard, Linn and Welch established ten Big Four records. Bowen was second in the quarter mile, whilejimmy Wick got third. Peters was third in the high jump. Captain Linn, Gibby Welch, Victor Pickard, Pete Bowen, Robert Roy, Don Gwinn, and Ken Wibecan were sent to Philadelphia for the Penn relays. Linn placed second in the hammer throw and Welch was third in the discus. The first annual Interdepartment meet was held May 7, in the stadium. College, captained by Rob Roy, won the meet with 66 1-2 points, business Administration, led by Victor Pickard, was second with 60 points, and Dental school, managed by Hank Schmidt, was third with 49 points. -Ll lljjigf W 'N I IRI! 'tj g, ' gg n . Qggal 0 PICKARD 'ff X., OWL fwffx an THE SEAsoN's MARKS ss' EVENT RECORD HOLDER 100-Yard Dash ..,....., ..,..,.E. 0 94-5 see. ,.... ..,...... W IBECAN ' ' 220 Yard Dash ......... .......,. 2 2 sec. ......V.... .......,. W IBECAN 440 Yard Dash.. ...,...s. 49 4-5 sec.. .,...s . ...,.... .BOWEN 880 Yard Dash.. ,.,,,,,, 1.59 min. ..Es,s,,. ......,. . ROY One Mile Run ......., ....,..s 4 .34 1-5 min ..... ......... A DAMS Two Mile Run.. ........ 10.15 2-5 min ....... ......... M ARQUIS Pole Vault ,.,,,,,,..,,.. ,,..,,,, 1 3 fr... ..,,,.,,..,,.,., ,........ P ICKARD Y I-hgh Jump .......... ........ 6 fr. ................. ......... P ETERS , M Broad jump ........... ........ 2 1 fr. 7 in. ........ ......... W ELCH Hammer Throw ....... ........ 1 62 fr. 1-2 in. ...... ......... G WINN RQY Shot Put .................. ........ 4 3 ft. 11 1-2 in. ....... ......... W ELCH Javelin Throw. ...... .... ........ 1 7 9 ft. 10 in. ........ ......... W ELCH Discus Throw ....... ........ 1 48 fr.. ............... ......... W BLCH High Hurdles .... ........ 1 6 sec. ......... ...,..... F yock Low Hurdles ......... ........ 2 6 sec. ......... ......... F yock X WIBECAN WELCH ' ' vi-T. D lk ll! QQ un Page 129 w ill Q f i' I ' " "ff", Coach Shea, Alberts, Grossett, Jerpe, Roy, Hoffman, Adams, Wherry, Kaufmann, McLaughlin Caoss COUNTRY QQ ROSS-CGUNTRY experienced a very mediocre season at Pitt in 1927. The varsity team fared little better than the team of last year which failed to win a meet. Coach Shea's men managed one win in four starts. The initial meet of the season found the Blue mul Gale! harriers matching strides with a strong Carnegie Tech team on the Schenley Park course. After a thrilling battle for first place, Captain Adams of Pitt was the first runner to cross the finish line. Three Tartans followed Adams across the line but suliicient Blue und Golel harriers strided in under tenth position to give the Panthers a one point margin of victory. The final score was 27 to 28. The following Saturday a fast pack of harriers from Allegheny college invaded the Schenley course. By barely getting a runner under the wire in sixth position the Meadvillites carried off a one point position. Panther runners put up a good race but were forced to accept defeat at the same score by which they had nosed out Carnegie Tech, 28 to 27. Syracuse invaded the home course with a speedy combination. Centering their race about Christopher, Rupert, and Faigle, three Orangemen of much running experience, the New Yorkers trotted to a 19 to 36 triumph. In the closing meet the Panthers travelled to Penn State. The Lions, holders of the intercollegiate title, laced the Blue uuu' Gold runners by the perfect score of 15 to 40. The hilly Lion course placed the invaders at a decided disadvantage. Cox of State won the race in the good time of 26:06. Adams, first Pitt runner to finish, followed five Staters across the line in 27:25. At the conclusion of the season ex-captain Adams, Roy, Grossett, Alberts, Kaufman, Hoffman, Jerpe, and McLaughlin, manager, were awarded minor sports letters. The lettermen chose Herbert Hoffman to lead the 1928 team. Frosh runners lost one out of three meets. They beat Kiski, lost to Penn State, 36 to 19 and trimmed Carnegie Tech 21-34. Gus Moore was the outstanding cub harrier while Gaines, Caesae, Nicolette, and Doverspike did good work during the season. Puge 130 Q "' 1-. ', l3'lv'75!fTfTI on o - - - Q Top Row: Rosenberg, Corr, Rosenberg, Wooldridge, Swenson, Shortreed, Patterson, Levin Next Row: Robb, Bowen, Mango, Wright, Harper, Jackson Next Row: Mahwinney, Peirson, Valentine, Stoifan, Underwood SWIMMING 'QQ' ANTHER narators brought the Eastern swimming championship to Pittsburgh in 1928, for the first time in many years. Coach Corr's crack aggregation splashed through a six meet schedule undefeated and unrivalled to hang up the third sports championship for a Pitt team this year. Captain Wright, who captained the team for the second consecutive year and finished his swim- ming career for the Blue and Gold, was the outstanding swimmer on the team. He took first place in every event in which he was entered. During the season "Bus" captured eighteen first places for a total of seventy-five points, breaking no less than six records and tying another. Al Mango was also a consistent scorer and was undefeated in his backstroke specialty. Bowen, breast stroke artist, Lithgow, free styler, along with Frey, Mackinaw, Jackson, Harper, Underwood, and Robb rounded out the championship aquatic aggregation. 'QQ' RESI-IMAN swimming also enjoyed an unusually successful season. The frosh not only won all of their eight meets but also scored triple the number of points their opponents were able to garner. In three of the meets the Panther cubs romped off with every first place. Among the crack yearling splashers were Wooldridge, Valentine, Swenson, Stoffan, Mawhinney, Wood, Saretsky, Rosenberg, and Shortreed. VARSITY RECORD Pitt ....tttt., tttttttttttttt., 3 6 Army ,,,,,ttt,,s t.t.t. 2 6 Pitt .....,..., tttttsttt 5 4 C. I. T. t,,,,,,t,,,tt tttttt t 8 Pitt ....,,.,.. ..,....., 4 5 Wooster ,,..t,,.tttttt ,t..... 2 3 Pitt .....,,.,, ttttttttt 4 5 Notre Dame.. ttttt, . ttttttt 23 Pitt .,a.,..... ,,,.,..,t 4 5 Wooster ....tt..tttttt .,.,,., 1 7 Pitt ........., ,,....... 4 2 C. I. T .,tt,ttt,..tttt,. .....i. 2 0 Pitt., ...... ,,,,,., 2 67 Opponents ,,,,,,,,, tttttttt 1 17 Page 131 Mg gg n n Dum a - 'fnllllll llgl llu Westerfelt, Baur, Lauler, D. O'Laughlin VARSITY TENNIS 'QQ I-IE breaking of ground for the Cathedral of Learning smashed Pitt's hopes for another unde- feated tennis season. Although the mainstays of the 1926 championship team were back in school, the breaking of ground for the Cathedral caused the tearing up of the twelve tennis courts on Frick Acres, that had been the home of Pitt tennis teams for a number of years. The only alternative was to play all or most all of the matches abroad. Continual early season rains complicated the situation even more, and when the Panther netmen journeyed to Ohio State for the opening meet of the season there was hardly a man on the squad who had up to that time practiced out of doors. The string of thirteen consecutive victories of the previous year was broken when the Scarlet and Grey were victorious in this opening meet by a score of 5 to 2. In the second meet of the season the strong Dickinson team came from behind to hold Pitt to a tie. With successive victories over Washington and Jefferson, Westminster, and Carnegie Tech, the Panthers won the Tri State championship. In the following eastern trip, however, the netmen met defeat in three of four meets, bowing to the Navy, Pennsylvania and Yale, and winning from Lafayette. Late season rain resulted in the cancelling of meets with Westminster, Carnegie Tech, and Penn State. A decisive 6-O victory over Washington and Jefferson brought the season to a close. Members of the squad during the 1927 season were Byron Baur, Captain, Dave O'Laughlin, John O'Laughlin, Henry Bourns, John Lauler, Pete Westerfelt, and Robert Gordon. THE SEASON Pitt .....,..... ......... O hio State ,.,.... ,......... 5 Pitt ..r.t... ,...rr.rr... 6 Lafayette ...,..............,.,... 3 Pitt ..,........ .r....r.. D ickinson ........, ....,,t... 3 Pitt ..t..... r........r.r..,. O Yale ....,...,....................... 9 Pitt ........... .,....... W ash-Jeff .r..,. r...,rt,,. O Pitt.. .r,. r..ir..,r R ain Westminster ....t....,.. Rain Pitt .........., ......... C . I. T... ........... ......... 1 Pitt ........ ............ 6 Wash-jeff .................... --O Pitt ........... ......... W estminster .................. O Pitt ...... ......... R ain C. I. T .......... ........... R ain Pitt ........... ........ . Navy ................. .......... 6 Pitt ....... ......... R ain Penn State... Rain Pitt Pennsylvania ................ 8 Page 132 HBH ' I fi ' Q gunna u 9 "r I!illlll l lur Top Row: Weckerley, McKinney, Atkinson, McDowell, Whitney, Riddle Next Row: Horner, Hall, Lieutenant Hatter, Hinderer, Millis QQ' ANDICAPPED by meager material, the varsity riflers came through a fair season with only three veteran men in their ranks. Although a complete veteran squad from last year was eligible, Coach Harter was disappointed when many men failed to come back and he was forced to develop a new team. Undaunted by early losses, the marksmen waded through a difficult schedule and were rewarded with high scores and well earned victories in later meets. Out of the twenty-one scheduled telegraphic shoots the Panthers copped thirteen, three by forfeit, and lost eight. Victories were turned in over such strong teams as Ohio State, and Virginia Military Institute. The most treasured wins of the season were those over the United States Military Academy, and Carnegie Tech. On the whole the Panthers gunners outscored their opponents by two hundred and twenty points, and averaged .611 percent. Scores were lower this year than in previous years, due to the fact that the size of the target was reduced by one-third, and the standing position was made more difficult through the abolition of the hip rest. Despite these handicaps Captain Hinderer and his men made a creditable showing. Bill Horner scored high in all meets and led the team in total points. ' Meets with Virginia Polytechnic Institute, West Virginia, College of the City of New York, Ohio State, and Massachusetts Agricultural College were fired from four positions while the other schools were met in three position matches. THE SEASON Pitt ............ 1881 Virginia Polyteeh ,,,,.,,,,,,, 1894 Pitt ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1338 Kansas State .,.. .... ....... 1 3 51 Pitt.. .......... 1763 West Virginia .,.,,.,,,........, 1798 Pitt ,,,, .,,.,... 1 338 Vermont .......... ..,,...... 1 292 Pitt ............ 1792 C. C. N. Y. .................. Forfeit Pitt.. .... ...... 1 339 Amherst ....... Forfeit Pitt ............ 1822 Ohio State i..................,.,,, 1807 Pitt ,.,,.,,.,.,, 1339 Penn State ......... ,.ii...i.. 1 356 Pitt ............ 1822 Massachusetts Aggies. .... 1654 Pitt.. ,......... 1372 Norwich ....... .......... 1 411 Pitt.. .......... 1343 Navy .........................,........ 1314 Pitt ...,.. ...... 1 372 Syracuse ........... .......... 1 332 Pitt 1311 Pennsylvania .,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,.. 1326 Pitt .,,,,. ,,.... 1 372 C. I. T. i.......ii..ii.. .......... 1 338 Pitt 1326 Drexel Tech .....i.ii,.,,.i,...,,, 1314 Pitt ,,,,,,,..,,, 1339 West Virginia .......i........ .1352 Pitt 1326 Virginia Military ............ 1315 Pitt .....,...,.. 1364 Gettysburg .......... .......... 1 298 Pitt 1338 Lebanon Valley .,......,,,. Forfeit Pitt... ,... ..,., 1 364 Pennsylvania .................... 1347 Pitt ............ 1338 Cincinnati ..,......,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,. 1341 HHH t Q .lllllll 0 quam T' I I Page 133 ' -frrrllilllll Q Il l ' CW L FRESHMAN FooTBALL Q13 HE Pitt freshman football team played through a good season in 1927, registering three victories, one defeat, and a tie, and several promising stars were discovered in their ranks. Bellefonte, Kiski, West Virginia were upset, and Penn State tied. The Carnegie Tech plebes handed Carl- son's men their only black mark, while the game with Wash-Jeff was cancelled. Reversing the arrangement of their schedule of last year the freshmen opened up with a well earned victory at Bellefonte. The margin of 12 to 7 was not as decisive as last season's 20 to O score but as this game was the opening test the outcome Was highly satisfactory. Scoring twelve points in the first period they held the Greenburg boys scoreless for three periods until they finally pushed one over in the last quarter. Hood, yearling fullback, hammered the Bellefonte line for big gains. With a line averaging over two-hundred pounds, the Tech Plebes smeared the Cubs 13 to O. The first half saw both teams battling on even terms with no scores. Toward the end of the second quarter Walenchis, of the Panthers, started his teammates on a steady march down the field when he tore around left end for a sensational run of thirty yards. The halftime whistle prevented a score. In the third period the Tartan crew broke the deadlock when Karcis, single-handed, carried the oval from mid-field and finally succeeded plunging it over for a touchdown. Rosensweig caught a pass behind the Pitt line for the second score of the game. A final passing rally with Hood on the tossing end was cut short by the ending whistle. After trimming Kiski at Kiskiminetas Springs and tying Penn State preliminary to the Nebraska game, the yearlings took on West Virginia Cubs in their final game as a Pitt first year team. The game scheduled with Wash-Jeff freshmen was cancelled when it was thought that the preliminary game would loosen the field too much for the varsity encounter. In their last game of the year at Morgantown the Blue and Gold yearlings displayed their best form to get a 13 to 2 decision. A safety was awarded the opposition when Ray, Mountaineer punter, stepped out of bounds behind his own goal. Walinchus tallied the first Panther score while Crissinger picked up a fumble and raced 88 yards for the other score of the game. Anderson did his best punting of the year for the Pantherlings in this game. The performance of the yearling eleven augurs well for next year's varsity combination. Hood, Loehr, Tully, Lewis, Venerosa, Crissinger, Walinchus, Baker, Wagner, Milligan, Fuge, Williams, Carr, Lemo, Anderson, Greenberger, and Jones were the dependables of Carlson who will be available next fall. P ge 134 Q Q Q Qdillliiuuf ' ' ' -fnlllilllllgllu ' v Top Row: Miller, Kantz, Sager, Jacobs, Aiello, Kowallis FRESHMAN BASKETBALL NDER the hand of George Kowallis, veteran varsity forward of last year, the Pitt yearling cagers came through a schedule of fifteen games with a dozen victories and three losses. Ko- wallis in his Hrst year of coaching experience took over half-hundred boys, sifted out the effective players, and with these fellows hung up a good record on the hardwoods. During the Christmas vacation the freshmen opened their season with Schenley High. All of the regular team members had left for their homes to spend the vacation and Coach Kowallis was forced to start a weak lineup. The high school boys emerged victors by a 34 to 10 margin. The other two defeats of the season were administered in the fourth and fifth games of the schedule. West Vir- ginia freshmen copped a 31 to 25 verdict and Kiski drubbed the yearlings 50 to 34. High spots of the season were double triumphs over Carnegie Tech, Penn State, Wash-Jeff, Braddock High, and Johnstown Junior College. Although there were no outstanding stars on this smooth functioning first year aggregation, the lineup of Captain Ed Baker Butkiewicz, at center, Eddie Jacobs and Art Krantz, in the strongholds, and Milt Cohen and Phil Aiello at forwards saw the most service during the season. Baker played bang up ball at center, getting the tip-off in practically every game. Aiello was the surest shot on the team while Cohen was a fast floor man. The guards were both speedy and good basket cagers. The accurate passing of Jacobs was a great aid in working the ball up the floor. Al Swanson also proved effective at a guard post. Miller, Goldenburg, guards, Stewart, Sager, forwards, and Anderson, center, did excellent relief work in the majority of the fifteen contests. THE SEASON Freshmen ........ ......... S chenley ......... T34 Freshmen .... .. .... . Braddock .............. .. 9 Freshmen.. .,.,.. .. .... Johnstown .......... . .17 Freshmen ........ . .... . Johnstown .26 Freshmen ........ ....... . Carnegie Tech .......... 30 Freshmen Carnegie Tech ...... .... 2 5 Freshmen ........ ......... W est Virginia . ...31 Freshmen Wash-Jeff ............... . .19 Freshmen ........ , Kiski... ............. .. ...... 50 Freshmen Braddock... . 1 .. 7 Freshmen .... .... ...... . . Carnegie Tech ...... .... 2 6 Freshmen ........ ..... Wash-Jeff ........ . .... ....32 Freshmen ........ ..... . .. Penn State .................. 28 Freshmen Penn State ................. .41 Freshmen ........ ......... K iski .... .......... ........ 2 9 Page 135 -a ill!!! . -1 I 4' ' iffy? .34 "-7"-!3'i" . ' , 'H ' Avlis" i' Q V CofEo SPORTS 'QQ' HE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION which sponsors an extensive intra-mural sports program had its origin in the Women's Athletic Council started in 1919 by Margaret McClen- ahan, present athletic instructor, and Ethel James, a former member of the varsity basketball team. From a meagre athletic schedule of varsity and freshman basketball in 1919 the association has expanded its program until it now sponsors hockey, basketball, volleyball, golf, swimming, archery, hiking, baseball, and dancing. In conjunction with these intra-mural sports an annual Play Day has been developed which is held in May. Several hundred girls participated in this event last year. The purpose of the day is to provide the girls with a more desirable type of athletic competition than is to be found in inter-col- legiate and inter-school competition. It brings together contestants from various schools and enables them to compete in various forms of games and sports. The stadium is utilized for the play events and a formal banquet is held at the Heinz house in the evening. A complete and accurate system of point scoring has been established by W. A. A. to recognize the accomplishments of its members. To the W. A. A. member who achieves thehighest number of points at the end of her senior year a W. A. A. blazer is awarded. Helen Lloyd '26 and Venus Shakarian, '27, have been awarded the W. A. A. blazer. The W. A. A. pin award is given to all other members who tally the necessary 300 points. Members of the all-Pitt teams of the various sports are awarded insignae at the end of each sport season. Although hockey is one of the youngest intensive sports of the program it has been most popular during the past year. Inter-class, intra-school, and intra-department teams were organized and the new practice field back of the stadium was the scene of many interesting games. Early in the morning when the air is clear and crispy the teams would appear on the field in their striking uniforms. White combined with the Seniors' emerald green, the Juniors' hunting orange, the Sophomores' deep red, and Freshmens' clear blue formed a beautiful color scheme. The season ended with the traditional hockey breakfast at the Heinz House in honor of the winning team, the Freshmen. Grace O'Donnel managed the hockey program. Archery, an honor sport, witnessed its second year as a W. A. A. form of competition. At the beginning of the season Mr. A. H. Jiles, famous archer, demonstrated the proper technique of archery to members of W. A. A. Lillian Kirsch completed her second successful year as manager of archery. Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania College for Women, Carnegie Tech, and Pitt competed for honors in games and skills at the annual basketball Sports Day held in Trees gymnasium March 4. Slippery Rock totaled the highest number of points with Pitt second, P. C. W. third, and Carnegie Tech fourth. A banquet was held in the evening at the Heinz house. Dorothy Koch was manager of basketball for the past year. Under the direction of Gertrude Kromer, swimming manager for the past two years, the first W. A. A. water carnival was held in Trees pool March 14. The pool was attractively decorated for the event which saw keen competition in all the races. Other activities on the sports program included hiking, roller-skating, dancing, golf, and tennis. Fanny Mae Charlesworth was in charge of the hiking and several short hikes and an over-night hike were held. Katharine Young efficiently managed dancing and taught the clogg, fold, and aesthetic types of this sport. Francis Amberson was tennis manager. The clay court activity was popular since new courts were available for the first time. Although handicapped by the lack of link facilities golf was conducted under the managership of Helen Cashdollar. Putting was the only branch of this sport taught. P ge 136 Q QQlJDH9nun OWL G 'K' ?b Q 1919 E X ' Of. 28 Q 'lilu A I ' K A' '- ' -V .!l,qw.' , - k A' -l.',ls,i H .u1x.U.su-wwwl . - ' ' A " ' " --'5l,l1 N IEYB4 U I Q 9 'J , ' l ..-.'r 5.- ,. ,ii My E l ' ""'-' . -,!J Q QW! Page 138 f X The Allegheny Observatory, in Riverview Park, Northside, was built just after the turn of the century to replace the older building constructed in 1866. It was in the Allegheny Observatory that Professor Samuel P. Langley, its first director, made his ,discoveries in solar physics and began his experiments in aerodynamics. .Wu 2.1-w --in -' -...U-'.,' w.'- x 1 o.'a ' '. ' nl .,,:,,. Js is lf.'-'fl FRATERNITIES ' .sv ' Qxxstty f " K Nw KXQYIGINAKI' ,ffm ,cfaie f- fwiifz 0 r I 4 Q 1753 ' QYXQPXX ,, Ui, Q 0 f Q 2 hr S + 65516274 xv 5 2 'E V 5 . jx 1 ' f 1 '13 Q 7 4 ., X Wa Y' V I , . gi? Q UINK X XXXX5 .ailfrrffzv-. . ,AU -H , , H I ', ""..9:.' , I V .- .- A ff ff!'xa!?'iB'i ZW- ww. L. - 'X-":':fS'..'I'I3f,?L 3 g , ' ' ' 'M ' ""' ' ' V ". ' ' ' ' 1 o.'N.ffvL'- ' j , - 'IGH-:Zvi ' . ".f1... ' xxsx f s G MEN's SQCIAL FRATERNITIES In the order of their establishment at the University of Pittsburgh 'qbfixy NATVICNAI.. FRATERNITIES SIGMA CHI .......t,.............,iiiiri,.V.,V., V.t,.tiiti.,.tii.t........i..W.Y...................,,.,.,....... SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ......... PHI EPSILON PI ............,.e..,...i,.,..,.,.,irit.r.ii.i..,,,.,....,,.,. DELTA TAU DELTA, 1864, 1877, re-eftnblifbed ........,, PI LAMBDA PHI .............,...,.,,........t..iiir..,...,......v.tii.iii. PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1863, re-eytablifloed ,.,......,. DELTA SIGMA PHI ..,....,....,.. ,.,it.r,..,..r.... PHI DELTA THETA ...,.... THETA CHI .........................,.. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ........... SIGMA ALPHA MU ...... KAPPA SIGMA .......... KAPPA NU ........... PHI KAPPA ................ SIGMA PI ...............,.... ALPHA PHI DELTA ........ PHI BETA DELTA. ....., . THETA KAPPA NU .......... LOCAL FRATERNITIES THETA DELTA PSI .......... ..,....................,........,..,......,.,....,.,....,... PI RHO DELTA .....,.. OMEGA DELTA ........ TAU SIGMA PHI ...... P ge 142 ,"' u, 1909 1913 1913 1914 1914 1916 1916 1918 1919 1919 1919 1920 1921 1923 1923 1923 1925 1927 1920 1921 1924 1927 vw ' .. 5 . Q' H , W, . - 4, -"di"-": Qu.,-lu, 'nh . ., ,, A. . 1.'!.Ng. Q ,J 1.05 V Page 143 f 1 Fraternity spirit It is a composite 'FM GNA ot' XX 2 HE PRIVATE is not found in often supposed . thing, representing bottles, as IS a conscientious Page 144 charitableness of Q ' 1 N 'g,.'.: '.-.,,:-.S I., . S ..,'.,. -T ' .-I-ff-f' 3" r.'5-Qi - 1 neckties, girls and I Ns l 9 2 9 sasxx X OF HE REEKS themes, on the one of sickness or of I hand, and on the X of help in times need. Fraternity other, of friendliness, spirit is home spirit, transplanted gwfg' ,fi 1 '...'5,'f: 1-.,,:-5' 3-A T Eg.-,,p.. .iq , .4,...,'f',. ',."'., n to a college campus. Page 145 Jovi!!! . ox ff Top Row: Vertulo, Gambtese, Palome, Christo, Perna Next Row: Presto, Ricci, Fabiana, Cellio, Stancatti, Caputo, F. DeAngelis Next Row: A. Ingelzi, DeSimone, DeChesar0, M. Ingelzi, M. DeAngleis, Areara RALPH T. BELL, '28 .....L.L.LL.,...., LAWRENCEJ. PURPURA, '29...... ANTHONY DE SIMONE, '28 ...., ANTHONYJ. DE CHESARO, '28.. FRANK ARCARA, '28 ANTHONY BARRANTE, '30 STEPHEN BONDY, '28 SAMUEL CALLERY, '28 JOSEPH CAPUTO, '29 VIRGIL CAPUTO, '28 LEONARD CIVILL, '28 P. CLEMENT, '28 MICHAEL CHRISTO, '28 ALPHA PHI DELTA NU CHAPTER 'QQ' OFFICERS MEMBERS DOMINIC D1 SILVIO, '30 ALBIN FABIANI, '28 ALPHONSE FIORE, '29 ANTHONY GAMBATESE, '28 MICHAEL IGNELZI, JR., '29 ALBERT IGNELZI, '30 EUGENE LOSASSO, '30 PASQUAL MARIN1, '29 DELDIN MARINI, '30 FACULTY MEMBERS ......,......P1fe.rzdent ,,,.,V2ce-Prefzdent .Yecretmgf ......T1'm.ruref' PETER MAGLIORINI, '30 ANTHONY PALAMONE, '2 ALPHONSE PERNA, '29 JOSEPH PERRONE, '28 MILTON STANCATI, '30 ALBERT STATTI, '30 ERNEST TROZZO, '29 JOSEPH TAMBURA, '30 GEORGE VERTULLO, '30 DR. CHARLESJ. BARONE FELIX DODENDARO Page 146 .070 " '71-fb. gl"'...,'-.H '.,':',. .. .4 . J' g ...,.-A .-- - ... ., : .,u:. ,I ..,-. 2.1. .., uh: .T 1 ::',,'ex' I fa 'A 1 . - 'i'."l -1' 6xXf v"'i X f fri , Wim. Q5 We e Mar' Z 32" LPHA PHI DELTA, national social fraternity, vvas founded at Syracuse University in 1911. ln 1914, DELTA LAMBDA MU, a local fraternity, was organized at the University of Pitts- burgh, and on February 4th, 1923, became NU chapter of ALPHA PHI DELTA, now occupy- ing its newly acquired house located at 4801 Center Avenue. At the present time, ALPHA PHI DELTA has thirty active members who represent almost every school on the campus. It is aided by a strong Alumni association, that includes two faculty members in its membership. X' R 4801 Center Avenue Page 147 Y -jg-,,fj.':jji1j.:'1 -1 uv I '.v. :I-A-.l ' ' "1 L soxxw Y vox! Q! Top Row: Seibert, Wible, Knorr, Glassburn, Fisher, Minnich, White, Ray, Ottie Next Row: Hague, Walters, Rogers, Rankin, Fisher, Cassidy, Goss, Finley, Bates, Robeson Next Row: Hewitt, Rankin, Deats, Frey, Rogers, Hazlitt, Lyle, Harrison, Temple DELTA SIGMA PHI OMEGA CHAPTER QQ' OFFICERS WALTER B. ROGERS, '28... .. . .. ...Pzfefidezzt PHILLIP E. KELLER, '28 . .Vice-Prefidefzt GEORGE L. FRY, '29 .. . LLLLLLL Secremry JOHN A. DAVIES, '28 LLLLLL ,LL,LLL,LLLLLLLLLLLL.LL . LLL.. T reamrer MEMBERS GLEN BOHN, '28 W. E. FISHER, '28 CHARLES KNORR, '30 K. RENNYKAMPE, '29 JOHN S. CASSIDY, '31 EDWARD HAGGEMAN,'3O E. LOHR, '29 C. 0. TEMPLE, '29 R. DAVIES, '28 W. D. HUSTEAD, '28 ELMER LYLE, '28 WILLIAM WEDDLE, '28 BYRON DEETS, '28 ROSS HAGUE, '29 C. MONTGOMERY, '28 GLEN WIBLE, '30 W. V. FARR, '29 E. N. HAZLITT, '28 T. H. RANKIN, '28 C. B. WISCARVER, '29 ROBERT FINDLEY, '30 R. HEWITT, '28 W. D. RAY, '29 H. WHARTON, '28 C. G. HARRISON, '29 H. R. JONES, '28 H. S. ROBESON, '29 MASON G. WALTERS, '28 PLEDGES FLOYD ST. CLAIR, '29 CHARLES PETERS, '31 CLARENCE HOBBE, '30 W. KENNETH FISHER, '30 CHARLES HAGEN, '31 WILLIAM MINNICH, '31 CLARENCE ROGERS, '31 CORNELIUS OTTIE, '31 SIDNEY BARNECUT, '31 JOHN R. SEIEERT, '30 EDWARD GOSS, '29 JAMES RANKIN, '31 A. E. G. BATES, '31 A DR. S. GARTEL Page 148 H. AUSTEN WHITE, '30 JOHN R. GLASBURN, '30 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. N. A. N. CLEVEN DR. MANUEL C. ELMER , 2.15,--..j. Q3-'g-f,ff':-'52Z,1z ' c.',:.,u -7 FRANK W. MARSHAL 1929 0 amd: is ' !!t', Q ,f MEGA chapter of DELTA SIGMA PHI, international social fraternity, began as a local, ALPHA PHI, in 1913, and received its charter from the international organization three years later. The ALPHA chapter was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1889. DELTA SIGMA PHI now has fifty chapters at leading American colleges, and a chapter at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, making it an international fraternity. The OMEGA chapter played host to the national convention of DELTA SIGMA PHI at the Wm. Penn Hotel the past December. 145 N. Craig Street Page 149 J' ' i I A A A of 0 A Wvy f f I I Top Row: Parker, Brandon, Latta, Bushnell, Taylor, Porter, Lafferty, Corbett, Johnson, Gold, Hilleman, Hunter, Denny, Hamilton Next Row: Lennox, McAdams, Tufts, K. Mcfllenahan, Montgomery, M. McClenahan, Tully, Edwards, Crow, Steiner, Boggs. Next Row: Andrews, Sanford, McCullough, Fox, Decker, Dinsmore, Simpson, Fisher, Parkinson Next Row: Gilmore, Littlefield, J. Cole, Mawhinney, Hennan. Davis, R. Cole HARRY A. DECKER, '28 ..ooo ALEC B. Fox, '29 B... ..,,,ooo ROBERT B. SIMPSON, '29... .. JALIES B. MCCULLOUGH, '30 PAUL R. FISHER, '28 ,...,. .. WILLIAM S. ANDREVVS, '29 GEORGE F. BOOOS, JR., '31 THOMAS C. BRANDON, '31 PAUL BUSHNELL, '29 JOHN A. COLE, '31 STANLEY W. CORBETT, JR., '31 RALPH S. DAVIS, JR., '31 CARLTON G. DINSMOOR, '28 CHARLES C. EDWARDS, '30 CHARLES H. GILMORE, '31 J. MILLER GOLD, '29 LYCURGUS M. GURLEY, JR., CHARLES CROVV, '30 FRANK DOCTOR, '31 JOSEPH HERMAN, '31 Page 150 DELTA TAU DELTA GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER QQ, OFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS RICHARD G. HAMILTON, '31 EDVVARD W. HARRINGTON, '31 EMIL G. HILLEMAN, '30 S. KNOX HUNTER, JR., '30 STUART F. JOHNSON, '31 JAMES A. LAEEERTY, '30 'LOWMAN R. LATTA, '31 CHARLES N. LENNOX, '30 WARREN C. MAWHINNEY, '31 ROBERTJ. MCADAMS, '30 KENNETH K. MCLENAHAN, '31 T. MORROW MCLENAHAN, '29 PLEDGES EVERETT E. LITTLEFIELD, '31 FRANCIS PARKER, '29 REED ROSE, '31 !, f , 'f'."'. 1::"a"?-, S1'.".:-'5-Lg"I:4g -5..g"., ,. ef In 13,2 . I .- H., ' ,:'.,:.e Q' r.,-- ........,......Pre.ride11t .......ViCe-Prefident ... ........... Secretmgf ................,.........S'z'ezmrd . ,C0l'l'6J'P07Zdf77g .fecretmy CHARLES R. MITCHELL, '28 A. RAYMOND MONTGOMERY, '30 G. RICHARD GHMES, '29 THOMAS H. PARKINSON, '30 HARRYJ. MCPORTER, '30 ALAN D. RIESTER, '30 FREDERICK E. SANFORD, '29 FRANK STEINER, '29 KENNETH A. TAYLOR, '29 ROBERT C. TESH, '29 CHARLES A. TULLY, '31 THOMAS STOKER, '31 FULTON TUFTS, '31 lax 4 1929 1 owl. ELTA TAU DELTA originated at Bethany College in 1859. The oldest existing chapter is the GAMMA chapter at Washington and Jefferson College. DELTA TAU DELTA entered Pitt as IOTA chapter in 1864, and was re-established as ETA BETA chapter in 1878. ln 1879, when W. U. P. placed a ban on fraternities, DELTA TAU DELTA disappeared, not to return until 1914 when ALPHA ALPHA, a local founded in 1904, became GAMMA SIGMA chapter of DELTA TAU DELTA. 4712 Bayard Street 'ii ffifa iff" if -3. I Page 151 ssxxw f 9 SW' f I Top Row: Wainestein, Lipson, Schupper, Kanishefsky, Feinberg Next Row: Kaplan, Mervis, Marcus, I. Kreimer, Hendel, Kadas, Rosenwasser Next Row: B. Kreimer, Podulsky, Rudner, Fishkin, Rambach, Caplan, Selkowitz HYMEL FISHKIN,' 291 I IXARON KAPLAN, '30 aaaa I SAMUEL RUDNER, '29 L Page 152 AARON CAPLAN, '30 JOSEPH T. FEINBERG, '30 LOUIS KADAS, '30 SAMUEL KAPLAN, '31 BERNARD I. KREINIER, '29 EMANUEL FISHKIN, '31 APPA NU XI CHAPTER Q45 OFFICERS MEMBERS ARTHUR P. LAWRENCE, '30 CHARLES LIPSON, '31 HAROLD G. MARCUS, '30 BENJAMIN MERVIS, '30 BARNEY P. MILLER, '30 PLEDGES JAMES HENDEL, '31 . 'fn .. 'lv , 'pi'-."f: --f-L r' ffa .-uj"., 1-. - .'. ,:a,' T . -' '. ' Q' '.',"', I 6 ri.. ,....PreJide1zt 6L'l'El'4ZJfj! ,..,..Tremzzrer ABE 1. PODULSKY, '30 NAT SCHUPPER, '30 MILTON P. SELKOWITZ, '28 MAURICE RAMBACK, '28 MAURICE WAINSTEIN, '31 HERMAN KANISHEFSKY, '31 1929 APPA NU Was founded at the University of Rochester in 1911. XI chapter appeared on the Pitt campus in 1921, superseding OMEGA KAPPA, a local, organized the year before. Since 1911 KAPPA NU has expanded until it now embraces chapters from New York City West to California and south to Alabama. The national headquarters are located in New York City. 752 S. Millvale Avenue Page 153 ,669 4 9 vo X Top Row: Kee, Farrill, Bath, McMichael, Patterson, Francis, Sterling, Carson, Alexander, DeForest, Koppler Next Row: Patton, Carnahan, Bradshaw, Turner, Streams, Schrodes, Holmes, Bowen, Helsing, Roughen, Stewart Next Row: Cupp, Hanson, Ray, Pickard, Arens, Davis, Peteman, Wellinger, Lindsay KAPPA SIGMA GAMMA GMEGA CHAPTER VERNE E. ARENS, '28 ssstss VICTOR W. PICKARD, '29 .. HARRY E. PETERMAN, '28 . ROBERT F. ROY, '29 ssss ... ALBERT ALEXANDER, '30 W1LLIAM'J. BATH, '30 REGINALD F. BOWEN, '30 E. BENNETT BRADSHAW, '29 H. NELSON CARNAHAN, '30 WINFIELD B. CARSON, '28 FRANK CARVER, '31 JOSEPH W. CUPP, '28 EDWARD S. DAVIS, '28 JACK S. FARRILL, '29 RAYMOND ANDERSON, '31 WALTER DEFOREST, '31 EDWARD B. FOOTE, '31 ROBERT F. FORD, '31 PERCY H. FRANCIS, '31 CLARK GLNEY Pfzgz 154 QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS JAMES B. HANSON, '30 TED. R. HELSING, '29 ARTHUR HOLMES, '30 CHARLES KAPPLER, '31 ALEXANDER D. KYLE, '28 JAMES E. LINDSAY, '30 FRANCIS S. MCMICHAEL, '30 JAMES A. PATTERSON, '30 JAMES PATTON, '30 GEORGE C. PETERS, '28 PLEDGES HOWARD E. GERMERODT, '30 ALFRED KEE, '31 DAVID R. KING, '31 CLAIR H. NEFF, '29 LADLEY PIERSON, '30 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. F. TYSON -- :-. ff. n 1"-. '- 1 51.5, - .-..' y- :.". ,,.'...,' Q .,'- ' ' ". ' e...,:f.- ix ................Pf6JZ6l'67lf ........Vice-Prefidefzt ...........TreaJzzrer .......S'ecretmfy R. CLARK ROUGHEN, '31 PAULJ. SOUTHARD, '29 GLENN SRODES, '28 JOHN A. STEWART, '29 JAMES STIRLING, '29 S. EARL STREAMS, '30 PAUL TURNER, '30 FREDJ. WELLINGER, '30 ROBERT G. WILSON, '30 THOMAS P. SHORTREED, '31 NORRIS M. WELLMAN, '30 GEORGE G. WEST, '31 FREDERICK WOOLDRIDGE, '31 G. M. P. BAIRD 9 ..,wQ.'l.Q'3e1e.,,. . .JlF55f3i. ef? WP?-' N 5 I f , if AMMA OMEGA chapter of KAPPA SIGMA vvas chartered at the University of Pittsburgh on October 20, 1920, after flourishing for four years as SIGMA KAPPA PI, a local fraternity. At present the chapter is one of the most prominent of the Pitt campus. The alumni body, which is incorporated, now numbers close to two hundred members. Nationally, KAPPA SIGMA fraternity is one of the oldest, having been founded at the University of Virginia on December 10, 1869. There are one hundred five active chapters of KAPPA SIGMA throughout the United States and Canada. --f--sph Nz .U Y '--- , MM. M..-..w-f-:gvqq ..,.,g,,,,,mw,-Ml N J . 4 425 Neville Street Page 155 I .1 xigzgzfz .33-I, ff., . G-A. 1-. .ji 'J ' ' .H '. f XX N? xx"s" xxx f Top Row: Neidig, Confair, Thomas, Hendrickson, E. Williams, Curtiss, Stengel Next Row: A. Stewart, Brightbill, Negley, R. Williams, Swanson, Forejt, Eakin, Spears Next Row: Miller, Hall, Walborn, Parker, D. Stewart, McCloy, Whitekettle WILFRED C. PARKER, '281 WILLIAMJ. RIHANEK, '28 sssssstsst ROBERT A. WALBORN, '30 DAVID C. STEWART, 29 ,,,,,,s,,,s,,. Profeffof' ROBERT D. AYERS sssssss J. DAVIS ALLEN, JR., '31 CARLYLE W. BURD, '30 WILLIAM F. CONFAIR, '31 ROBERT G. FOREJT, '31 WILLIAM M. HALL, '29 CHARLES E. HENDRICKSON,Jf., 3 JOHN C. MCCLOH', '30 JOHNJ. BOES, '30 J. LESTER EAKIN, JR., '31 D. JAMES GREINER, '31 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA GAMMA EPSILGN CHAPTER 0 OFFICERS MEMBERS ERNEST G. MILLER, '30 RONALD D. NEGLEX', '29 HARRY A. NEIDIG, '31 TYRRELL F. RODGERS, '28 LEWIS E. SMITH, '30 WILLIAMJ. SOOST, JR., '29 JOHN C. SPEARS, '29 PLEDGES JOHN H. HUGG, '31 DONALD A. LOGAN, '31 PAUL E. MARSHALL, '30 FACULTY MEMBERS ....,..,....,..Prefzdefz! .......Vice-Prefident .............Secretm9f ..........,..,...,Tzwz.rzn'er .......Ffzczzz'z'y Adzfzfor DORLAND C. STENGEL, '30 JAMES S. SWENSON, '30 LEWIS L. THOMAS, '31 JOHN C. TODD, JR., '29 'JAMES E. VAUX, '29 ROBERT A. WALBORN, '30 KENNETH E. WHITEKETTLE, 29 WILLIAM M. MCKILLOP, '30 EDWARD B. WILLIAMS, '31 Pzfafeffor ROBERT D. AYARS DR. C. G. KING RAYMOND F. BLACKBURN Profef.rorJAMES C. REED CARL G. BRACKMANN Profemor GUSTAV L. SCHRAMM WILLIAM G. CROUCH DR. GEORGE M. STEWART Page 156 KENNETH S. WILSON pil" QfiiifI.2?f2?"ZEie.-3 371 Iv 1929 XXx" 2? QA fs TV MEGA ALPHA PI, local, became GAMMA EPSILON chapter of the international fraternity of LAMBDA CHI ALPHA in the spring of 1919. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA was founded at Boston University in 1912, and today contains seventy-six chapters and more than ten thousand members. The Pitt LAMBDA CHIS have always taken an active part in campus organizations, especially the publications. The reorganization of the Panther after the war was in charge of LAMBDA CHI men. Clyde E. Rowe, a member of GAMMA EPSILON chapter was the first editor of the Pit! Weekbf. The present home of the chapter, at 3510 Terrace street, was purchased in the fall of 1924. 350 1 Terrace Street H: Page 157 N, OX 99 xxx f Top Row: Kyle, Kaufman, Weidenhamer, Donaldson, Stedeford, Maize, Strasler, Taylor Next Row: Snyder, Wilkinson, Kline, Hartz, Manning, W. Gage, Kutcha, George, Woodard Next Row: Tyrrell, Clark, Biddle, Bierman, Ryan, G. Gage THEODORE W. BIDDLE, '29 ,o.eA.e JOSEPH E. RYAN, '28 .... ...eee WILLIAM A. CLARK, '29 LLLL, WILLIAM BIERMAN, '28 ..Le . JOHN BURKE, '28 J. CARL DOUDS, '30 GEORGE GAGE, '29 WILLIAM GAGE, '29 RUSSELL HARTZ, '30 JOHN HEINEMAN, '30 FRANCIS HUGHES, '29 HERMAN BALLBACK, ' JAMES DONALDSON, '31 ARTHUR GEORGE, '31 KENT MCMILLAN, '32 RUSSELL DIXON Page 158 MEGA DELTA QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS PAUL KAUFFMAN, '28 LOUIS KLINE, '28 THEODORE KLINE, '31 HARRY G. KUSSLER, '28 GORDON KUTCHKA, '30 STANLEY KYLE, '29 GORDON MAIZE, '30 PLEDGES KENNETH MEISER, '31 ELMER MYERS, '30 HAROLD RUSTBRIDGE, '31 GEORGE SCHEIN, '31 FACULTY MEMBERS FRANK D. CURTIN ,Z.Zg '."" '..'.".' 1' g- If-7 .- 3--':-"- '. ,' ...,'.'..,-. 1 :-. ,g-1.1, F- . .-' .I Q W' .- I 'nal ............Pre.rzde1zf ,.....Vice-Prefzderzt ....,.,....S'ecrefmgf .....TrmJzzrer JOHN MANNING, '30 WARREN M. S. RILEY, '2 GEORGE SNYDER, '29 JOHN D. STEDEEORD, '29 DAVID S. TAYLOR, '30 FRANK E. TYRRELL, '29 JOHN D. WOODARD, '29 GUSTAVE CHULTZ, '31 MALCOLM STRASSLER, '31 BURTON WEIDENHAMMER THOMAS WILKENSON, '30 THOMAS S. LAWSON 8 ,30 ova, N I MEGA DELTA fraternity was founded on April 28, 1923, for the purpose of fostering scholar- ship. Young as the fraternity is, its alumni have already carried its spirit into their depart- mental work at Columbia University, New York University, University of Miami, Cornell University, University of Florida, Oberlin College, and John Hopkins University, besides at Pitt. After three years of residence in the Ruskin apartments, the fraternity secured its present house at 240 Darragh Street, in the fall of 1926. During the past year the fraternity was first among the men's social fraternities in scholarship for the second successive time. 240 Darragh Street Page 159 5: i l Ni'-'z-f 27' fl sxxmx 1 GK N 2 Top Row: Reichbaum, Grumet, Barack, Meyers, Quint, Shapiro, Gross, Roth, Fisher Next Row: Markus, Weiss, Kaufmann, Goldstein, Ruderman, Steiner PHI BETA DELTA OMEGA CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS MAURICE KAUFMAN, '28 ,..eeeeeeeeeee.,,,,.,e., SAMUELJ. GOLDSTEIN, '29 ..ueee IACOB RUDERMAN, '28 ........ HARRY WEISS, '29,. .eue ,... I , I ENERICH T. STEINER, '29, ISADORE MARKUS, '29, ..... eeA....,....,e,,eee.,,, . MEMBERS HARRY FISHER, '30 LEONARD GRUMET, '30 MICHAEL GROSS, '29 BEN REICHBAUM, '30 EDWARD ROTH, '28 PLEDGES LOUIS BARACK, '31 WILLIAM 1V1YERS, '31 RALPH MARKUS, '31 MAURICE QUINT, ,31 Page 160 LOUIS SHAPIRO, '30 s'2Eiij,Q'QIQ,5,irEfIA ffj 'Qs ..I.H2gb Print ,,L,L,,LL,.1L,...PrieIt Keepeff of Fmzdf ,,.,,,,,,,,, w5'cribe ,I.,,,,.,,.C!6'l'k ..,...Ma1'Jlvall VN f l929 GW L ' -K '. 99399 ' YB? -9 Q , Q .oz QW, X a f X-QL ' 'PBA Em, M f " Qs. ff X Q i HI BETA DELTA, national social fraternity, was established in 1912 at Nevv York City. It has grown to encompass thirty chapters, five of Which, at Ohio State University, Temple University, Lehigh, and the University of South Carolina, were installed during the past year. PHI BETA DELTA is a senior member of the National Interfraternity Council. OMEGA chapter of PHI BETA DELTA, at the University of Pittsburgh, was formally installed April 5, 1925, at a banquet at the Schenley Hotel. The chapter house is located at 514 North Neville Street. 514 Neville Street Page 161 I9 2 9 ' SQ" Ox QNX 4 Top Row: Musgrave, Kearney, Wilson, Harper, Penman, Sober, Doverspike, McNaul, Neinschwander, McLean, Doverspike Martin, Pomeroy Next Row: Curll, Swanson, Donchess, Kernahan, Pippart, Roberts, Brown, Russell, Moore, J. M. Benkert, Coen Next Row: Daugherty, Duvall, Underwood, Ewing, McKee, Gensheimer, J. B. Benkert, Corson, Koedle PHI DELTA HETA PENNSYLVANIA IOTA CHAPTER WILLIAM T. MCKEE, JR., '28 ODGEN D. GENSHEIMER, '29 WILLIAM T. HARPER, '30 ,.....L JOHN B. BENKERT, '29 ,L,,.L, JOSEPH M. BENKERT, '29 JOHN R. BENTLEY, '29 JAMES PAUL BROWN, '28 FRANK R. BURSON, '30 RUSSELL W. COMFORT, '30 ARTHUR L. CORSON, '30 ROBERT D. CURLL, '29 CHARLES G. DAUGHERTY, '30 JOSEPH C. DONCHESS, '30 JOHN P. COEN, '31 JAY W. DOVERSPIKE, '31 BENJAMIN ELKINS, '29 Page 162 1 QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS CHESTER D. DOVERSPIKE, '28 HONVARD C. DUVALL, '29 GEORGE S. EWING, '28 WALTER A. KEARNEY, '30 RICHARD H. KERNAHAN, '29 SAMUEL E. KOEDEL, '28 HLTGH NI. MCNAUL, '28 JAMES M. MARTIN, JR., '29 HAROLD A. MCLEAN, '30 PHIKEIAS HOWARD EWING, '30 ROBERT PENMAN, '30 CLARENCE W. SOBER, '31 .' .5 Q". Ll., ""' ',.'."'.' - g.l:,'.f .-i,'1'- :fa s.,,:' ,, '-.'- s fr'-Z 'QA I-.'A-'I ......P1fefm'e1zt ......Rep0rier ecfetmy . . . . . . Treamrer ROBERT D. NEINSWANDER, '29 PAUL F. PIPPART, '30 WILLIAM T. POMEROY, '30 JOHN A. ROBERTS, '28 H. GEORGE RUSSELL, '30 JAMES M. UNDERWOOD, '30 PETER WESTERVELT, '29 'JAIVIES C. WILSON, '29 ALBERT P. SWANSON, '31 CHARLES H. WOOLARD, '31 ,, f i HI DELTA THETA, one of the oldest Greek letter fraternities, was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, 1848. The six founders were joint authors of "The Bond of PHI DELTA THETA" which is a statement of principles of the fraternity and has never been changed. PHI DELTA THETA is a member of the Miami Triad together with SIGMA CHI and BETA THETA PI, all of which were founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. The fraternity has had a steady conservative growth throughout the United States and Canada, having at present ninety-six active chapters. Pennsylvania IOTA chapter of PHI DELTA THETA, at the University of Pittsburgh, was formed by the absorption in 1918 of DELTA SIGMA PI, a local fraternity founded at W. U. P. in 1908. 255 N. Dithridge Street Pizge 163 'fi'!i'4P1ff.i": :N f Q ,x 9' vi Vx 1 If HENRY E. ROTHENBERG, ' Top Row: Barron, Poland, Friedman, Lewis, Strauss, Banov, Buchman Next Row: Schermer, Perrin, Levinson, Finegold, Finkle, Eisenberg, Bedwinek, Wilkoif Next Row: Jubelirer, Sapolsky, Feinstein, Rothenberg, Seder, Levin HARR1' FEINSTEIN, '28 eeeee,.,.... CHARLES SCHERMER, '28 . HAROLD SEDER, '291 LOUIS SAPOLSKY, '29 L Page 164 LESTER COHEN, '30 ARTHUR EISENBERG, '28 JOSEPHJ. FELSTEIN, '29 WILTRED FEINGOLD, '30 BERNARD HERRINO, '30 MORLEY JUBELIRER, '29 LESLIE BANOV, '31 BERNARD MAXWELL BARRON, '32 HARRY BEDWINEK, '30 R. HERBERT BUCHMAN, '31 MILTON COHEN, '31 28 LLLLLL PHI EPSILON PI ZETA CHAPTER 'SEQ OFFICERS MEMBERS MARTIN LANDAY, '28 SAMUEL LEVENTHAL, '31 THEODORE LEVIN, '29 ELI LEVINSON, '30 ALVIN LIPPARD, '28 SAMUEL LOWENSTEIN, '28 SIDNEY NEWMAN, '30 PLEDGES ELLIOTT FINKLE, '31 MILTON FRIEDMAN, '31 GEORGE KLINE, '31 ISADORE LEVINSON, '31 PAUL LEWIS, '32 :ll . I., f' 1' Q'.'-,f':.f -.". ' ' .. ", -.,". -.".g a,' H " 1 .Q aff .LL,.S'zzperzor .Vvice-.fzzperzor ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.T766lfZ!76V L,,L.,,C0r1'e.fp01zdi1zCg Sefretmy .,,,.,,,,R6COI"df7Ig Secretmjy ALBERT SCHERMER, '31 MILTON SCHWEIGER, '29 KONA SIMON, '28 MILTON SHAW, '29 MILTON SUSSMAN, '29 ALLEN WILKOFF, '30 DAVID LOSOWICH, '32 HARRY PERRIN, '30 THOMAS POLAND, '31 MEYRAN SILVERMAN, '31 LESTER STRAUSS, '30 I9 2 9 ' CW L vw 1 some J' E 1 ' 5 to f' J fr, .YIM , ' HI EPSILGN PI was founded November 23, 1923 at the City College of New York. Urged on by its progressive and democratic doctrines, its expansion was phenomenal, and in but a brief period it was ready to take an honored position in the fraternity World. It now has twenty-four active and eleven alumni chapters. ZETA chapter of PHI EPSILON Pl was installed at the University of Pittsburgh on December 26, 1913. Supporting all activities and campaigns, PHI EPSILON Pl devotedly takes pride in every- thing that Pitt accomplishes. The chapter house at 425 Morewood Avenue was purchased in September 1921. 425 Morewood Avenue 'ml Page 165 ,SA ' X , els OX' f Top Row: Williams, Miller, Lohr, Klewer, Lacock, Smith, Goodwin, Anderson, Davis, Morrell, Steele, Milligan, Haddon Hyatt Next Row: J. Miller, Marston, Morgart, Jones, Madden, Gebel, Young, Knobloch, Olsen, Klinger, Walters, Crissinger Barnes Mcllafferty Next Row: Richardson, Whitmore, Welch, Fowler, Gwinn, Hagan, R. Brinker, Wunderlich, W. Brinker, Gordon, Sauter PHI GAMMA DELTA P1 SIGMA CHAPTER OFFICERS JAMES W. HAGAN, '28 oo,. . A . ,oo.. Prefzclefzt DONALD S. GWINN, '29.. . . ......,....,.,,,..,, TVEHJIIVKV NORMAN FOVVLER, '29 ...,.... L L A .Recordifzg .Yeczfetmy CHARLES WLTNDERLICH, '29 .... . COI'lf6J'P07ZLZ'f7Zg Secretmy ROBERT K. BRINKER, '29... . A A . L . .L ........., .........HZJf0IZd7Z MEMBERS MARKLEX' A. BARNES, '31 WILLIAM BRINKER, '28 SCOTT A. DAVIS, '31 ROBERT GORDON, '28 CLARENCE W. GOODXVIN, THOMAS M. HADDON, '30 CHARLES D. HYATT, '30 JOHN G. JONES, '31 LESTER ANDERSON, '31 JESSE CRISSINGER, '31 RENE GEBEL, '31 ROBERT V. LACOCK, '31 Page 166 KARL E. KLINGER, '30 PHILIP L. KLEXVER, '31 EDWARD KNOBLOCH, '30 LAWRENCE K. MARSTON, '30 JOHN 1iYLE MILLER, '29 PAUL MILLER, '31 EDWIN MORRELL, '31 JOHN SIDNEY MCCAFFERTH', '31 PLEDGES WILLIAM LOHR, '31 WILLIAM MADDEN, '31 JOHN MORGART, '30 WALTER MILLIGAN, '31 I .':.:. -I- N551-f. .J ig-,fl F 'Ugfw HAROLD R. OLSEN, '30 JASON RICHARDSON, '30 GEORGE G. SAUTER, '2 .31 RICHARD G. SMITH, LAWRENCE STEELE, '30 GILBERT L, WELCH, '28 LEVVIS WHITMORE, '30 FRED WALTERS, '31 HAROLD WILLIAMS, FRANK YOUNG, '31 .31 1929 ,A 1 ww y HE fraternity of PHI GAMMA DELTA was founded in 1848 atjefferson College, Cannonsburg, Pa. All of its founders were Free Masons and lavv students. It has chapters in sixty-nine schools in United States and Canada. PHI GAMMA DELTA was one of the first national fraternity at the University, having been established in 1863. The chapter, a local, went out of existence by the Civil War and was not revived again until 1916, when PHI ZETA PHI, became PI SIGMA chapter of PHI GAMMA DELTA. 4725 Wallingford Street Page 167 r A -ff osx," .C . X X .I ,f x . Top Row: Lewis, Slagle, Troll, St. Peter. Braddock, Friday, Villock, Kern, DeNinno, Liddell, McMahon, Bride, Fierst Marsalka Next Row: Bachmann, Vogel, Sheedy, McSteen, Bower, McLaughlin, Bradley, Thomas, Winter, Kleeb, Long, McCurry Next Row: McTiernan, Reichman, Bower, Sherako, Donnelly, Butler, Gaynor, Schaub, Tierney Next Row: Learny, Woll, Saxman, Neyhart, Mugele, Malvey, Lippman. JOSEPH P. LJONNELLYU... LEO H. BUTLER ,.,...,,. JOHN SCHAUB ..,.,,,,EEE,E J. XrINCENT TIERNEY ...,o. WILLIAM F. KERNV... LAWRENCE C. BACHMANN EARL BOWER JOSEPH T. BOWER LAVVRENCE BRADLEY ALFRED BURGERT WILLIAM C. DENINNO JOSEPH M. GAYNOR MICHAEL A. GETTO EDWARD D. BAKER ALBERT A. GUARINO GERARD P. HAMMILL BERNARD KERR Page 16 15' PHI KAPPA MU CHAPTER QQ CFFICERS MEMBERS JANIES HITE ROBERT B. JOHNSTON ALBERT G. LIDDELL HARRY A. LONG FRANCISJ. MCCURRY JOHN R. MCGUIRE PHILIP R. MCLAUGHLIN JOSEPH T. MCMAHON PLEDGES ROBERT A. KLEEB ERNEST T. LEWIS BART MCDERMOTT ARTHUR MCSTEEN HI: ' .u-.."" fl., wigs, ff:.'1,f'aZ' 'n'.'. -"GI"-' un"9- 'nf . .-.". u'-' .- '- . 5' . .- H., J . ..... Vice Prefzderzt ...Recording Secretmgf C07'l'6'.l'l707ILij7Zg Secfelmgf EDWARD E. MCTIERNAN JOHN F. OYBOYLE ARTHUR R. PARILLA JOSEPH A. REICHMAN LEO. P. SHEEDY EDWARD L. SHERAKO ROBERT M. VILSACK JOHN M. ST. PETER JOSEPH S. SLAGEL JOSEPH T. THOMAS GIG f I L 'faifg ilgt' 'Qflea fe-ah ' Wai? SI DELTA CHI, local fraternity, was organized on January 24, 1921 by a group of Catholic students, and was given recognition by the University two months later. In May of that year a chapter house was obtained in the East End district ofthe city. In May, 1922, PSI DELTA CHI became the MU chapter of PHI KAPPA. Shortly afterwards the fraternity purchased the home it now occupies at the corner of Bayard and Bellefield Avenues. 158 N. Bellefield Avenue Page 169 SRX 42 X6 NV I Top Row: Goldstein, S. Kaufman, Zeidman, Ritch, Esman, Friedman, Kantz. S. Rosenberg, Keller, Sager, Jacobs Next Row: P. Goldberg, Kimelman, D. Kaufman, Goldsmith, C. Cohen, J. Rosenberg, Loevner, Amdur, Featherman, Kaiser, Levin, Baker Next Row: Crow, Lieberman, Mallinger, Dr. Robinson, R. Cohen, R. Goldberg, Cramer, Hohenstein, Eiges, Hartenstein Next Row: Isaacs, Nevins, Rosenzweig, Weisz PI LAMBDA PHI GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER ROBERTJ. COHEN, 29 ........ .... RICHARD A. GOLDBERG, '28 ...,... BENJAMIN K. MALLINGER, '28 ....., HARRY LIEBERMAN, '28 .........e., BERNARD R. KANT, '29 ...... ISADORE AMDUR, '31 MORTON E. BAKER, '30 SAMUEL D. BRAEINIER, '28 MORTONJ. CROW, '29 HAROLD B. CRAINAER, '30 SYDNEY H. EIGES, '30 PHILIP D. GOLDEERG, '29 J. EDISON GOLDSMITH, '31 CHARLES COHEN, '30 SOL ESMAN, '31 HAROLD FRIEDMAN, '31 HAROLD FEATHERMAN, '31 MEYER R. GOLDSTEIN, '31 EDWARD JACOBS, '31 Page 170 as OFFICERS MEMBERS RALPH GOLDSTEIN, '30 HAROLD D. HARTENSTEIN, '28 RICHARD T. HAHENSTEIN, '31 HARRY G. ISAACS, '29 ELIAS N. KAISER, '29 DAVID M. KAUFMAN, '28 ROBERT M. KIMELMAN, '31 SOL LASNER, '28 PLEDGES SOL KAUFMAN, '30 ARTHURJ. KANTZ, '30 ALLAN KEELER, '31 LEWIS LEVIN, '31 CHARLES NEVINS, '31 SYDNEY ROSENBERG, '32 ,'I.Cg -nf. .,'--. ',"'-Jr.: . .. . , . -'.-1... ' .-. gn. ixl -..,x':?' "-.'- 3 , .,'- L' '. x .. ."' I is ,-,'.,.1 1 ,- ........Re,x ......f1rcf501z ..,.......M4zJfer of Work .Keeper of Arcbizfef ......Keeper of Exfbequer DAVID LEVISON, '28 BERNARD LOEVNER, '29 OSCAR RACUSIN, '28 ALFRED W. RATNER, '30 MARCUS ROSENELUM, '29 OSCAR R. SIMON, '28 LOUIS WEISBERG, '29 JEROME ROSENBERG, '32 AARON ROSENZWEICY, '29 EDWARD RITCH, '30 VICTOR SAGER, '31 WALTER WEISZ, '30 LEO T. ZEIDMAN, '31 ff' y 58 f ,IIAQ V X X ,,, , 51,4 X 1 AMMA SIGMA chapter of PI LAMBDA PHI was organized at the University of Pittsburgh in 1912, and it became oflicially a part of the national organization May 6, 1914. PI LAMBDA PHI vvas among the first fraternities on the campus to include Jewish students. It has always been interested in student activities. Louis Broido and Edward Lovitz were among the founders of the Pantherg Louis Affelder was one of the first editors of the Courant, forerunner of the Pitt Weeklyg Professor Alexander Silverman was the first graduate manager of athleticsg and Jules Paglin helped to found SIGMA DELTA CHI, professional journalistic fraternity. 225 N. Dithridge Avenue Page 171 -"ll , -'--1-71:2 , ,:. . IZ, WL., 0 ,f xV"- ff 'Nil' Zf Top Row: Robertson, Atkinson, Heimerle, Ehrlick, Weber, Kelso, Schindel, Tocon, Next Row: Licky, Wilson, McDonald, Carver, Conrad, Starkey, E. Young, Jungbluth, Painter, Tinker Next Row: Costolo, Meermans, Riffle, Speer, H. Young, Bender, Williams, Chapman, Ritchey PI RHO DELTA QQ OFFICERS HENRY A. YOUNG, '28 rrC.Cr r,,r ,.,, , , I rrrrrrr..rr Prefident FLOYD A. L. BENDER, '28 rr.. ...., V ice-Prefidem' PAUL C. RIPPLE, '29 ...,.LLr.LL LLLLLLLLL 5' ecretmgf ROBERT W. COBER, '28...... .r.,...,...., Trefzfznfer FINDLEY SPEER, '28 L.LLLLL LLLLL H awe Md7Zdg6V MEMBERS Page 172 ROBERT ATKINSON, '29 FLOYD BENDER, '28 SAMUEL CARVER, '31 ROBERT COBER, '28 NED CHAPMAN, '29 HERBERT COSTOLO, '29 JOHN CONRAD LOUIS COOPER DANIEL EHRLICK WESLEX' HEIMERLE RICHARD DONOVON, '30 HERBERT JUNGBLUTH, '28 GEORGE KELSO, '31 CHARLES LICHY, '29 SAMUEL MCDONALD, '29 LEONARD MEERMANS, '28 CLARK PAINTER, '29 PLEDGES HUGH JOYNT PAUL LCOESLING WILLIAM MCKILLOP DAVID NEELX' FRED REISER PAUL RIFFLE, '29 ROBERT RITCHEY, '30 FINDLEY SPEER, '28 JAMES TINKER, '29 HARRY WEBER, '30 WILLIAM WILSON, '30 ROBERT SCHINDLE WILLIAM STARKEY FRED WINTERS EARL YOUNG '- ' 1 . 'v .:::'-AE I Nu, fff".' fl. . .JIS-1 ,-L: l..'g,i. 3 uu"G 'ni ' . I'-'Q dr." 5' Q . 14.1.7 f ,- rw -' f '-:' ' ,Qf E I RHO DELTA, local social fraternity, was organized June 5, 1921, with twelve charter members. These men, long associated in school life and activities, banded themselves together in order to share their ideals and social life. Procuring a house, the fraternity grew rapidly, and was given official recognition on October 1921. In January, 1924, the fraternity was admitted to the Inter-Fraternity Conference. PI RHO DELTA moved to its present house at 230 McKee Place in November, 1924. s Ti 230 McKee Place Page 173 5:35.43 4 Qiiif-f' -"3up'5-f :: : -sv-..g' ., "rs xxvow fi CECIL L. ASHBAUGH, '30 GEORGE R. SCULL, '30 KGAXX 4 T' x xv! 2811, Top Row: Valentine, Stayer, Williams, Swartzel, Katila, Hipkins, Hockensmith, Scull, Lawrence, Parson, DeHart, C. Baker, McMurray, Price, L. Baker, Wilson Next Row: Tarman, Kurtz, Barr, Irwin, Morton, Arnold, Ashbaugh, Ray, Ziegler, Melhorn, Fetterman, Kodisch, Newton Next Row: Sensenich, McLaughlin, Bowers, Meybin, Graeff, Baylor, Furpiss, Miller, Hackett SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON PENNSYLVANIA CHI OMICRON CHAPTER ...............E7ncnent Archon A . .Eminent Deputy Archon HAROLD E. MEYBIN, '28 .... JOHN K. GRAEPF, '29, .... . CHARLES A. BAYLER, '28 .... A ...........L. Eminent Treezmrer RYND S. MILLER, '30 . ...... Eminent Correfpondent LOUIS E. SENSENICH, '29 A .,..,.......,, . ....,. , . ......... Eminent Recorder MEMBERS WM. A. ARNOLD, III, '29 HERMAN R. H. KODISCH, '29 ALEXANDER M. REED, '30 DONALD F. KURTZ, '29 CHARLES M. BAKER, '30 LESLIE E. BAKER, '29 THEODORE M. BONVERS, 29 JOHN C. EWALT, '31 HARRY M. FURNISS, '28 ROBERT L. HACKETT, '28 THOMAS S. HIPKINS, '31 WILEUR D. I-IOCKENSMITH HAROLD W. IRWIN, '30 HARVEX' H. KATILA, '30 JAMES C. BARR, '29 RUSSEL W. DEHART, '31 MORRIS ELLIOT, '31 JAMES D. PETTERMAN, '30 , 30 WILLIAM M. GARVER ' RICHARD F. HORNE, '31 Page 174 'THOMAS E. MCMURRAY, ' ' 9 EDWARD R. LAWRENCE, '30 SIVIITH D. MORTON, '29 HARRY C. MCCANDLESS, '28 JOHN M. MCLAUGHLIN, '28 JOHN T. MCMAHON, '28 ELTON L. NEWTON, 2 WILLIAM F. PARSON, '29 CHARLES L. PRICE, '29 ALTON RAY, '30 PLEDGES EDWARD S. HUGH, '32 MYRON W. LEWIS, '29 ROBERT A. MCADAMS, '30 SAMUEL M. MCMAHON, '31 PAUL S. MEAD, '32 GEORGE F. MELHORN, '31 ALBERT WESSNER, '30 - I ,jc-.5 .1 11. .5 1 muh: '., 1'-I cz.-5, in Z' 1 .-1: .I ' ' '-f.Q1.f', 31 GLENN E. STAYER, '31 ROSS W. STEVENS, '28 KARL D. SWARTZEL, '29 HAROLDJ. TARMAN, '29 IRVING R. VALENTINE, '31 EVAN WILLIAMS, '31 CLARK E. WILSON, '31 CARMAN C. WONIACK, '31 EDWIN E. ZIEGLER, '30 JOHN M. A. OJALA, '31 JAMES L. RANKIN, '30 ROBERTJ. REMALEY, '31 JOHN D. SEDWICK, '31 BOYD S. SENSENICH, '31 CARL H. VOSS, '31 of 960 OW L 1 'f 4" Q9- V .2 i 'I' f!! agiifff K wi,-.i gg, YF-f. va. 57? ENN SYLVANIA CHI OMICRON chapter of SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON was chartered March 9, 1913, and is one of the oldest fraternities on the campus. The chapter has known three homes: the first on DeSota Street, the second on Baum Boulevard, and the present house at 244 North Bellefield Avenue. On March 9 of each year a Founders' Day Banquet is held at which members of the Pitt and Tech chapters as well as Alumni in the district, attend. The banquet commemorates the founding of the fraternity at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1856. Many important University figures are members of the Pennsylvania CHI OMICRCN chapter, among Whom are W. Don Harrison, Director of Athletics, J. Steele Govv, Executive Secretary, W. Thomas, Athletic Council, and Professors K. D. Svvartzel, G. B. Hatfield and W. C. Miller. 244 Bellefield Avenue Page 175 if f',:i,j. 'Q .Ji .SYN ' ' 07' ' xx 3 wx' I ,C 1 Top Row: Graver, Axelrad, Itscoitz, Weil, Hershman, Schamberg, Farber Next Row: Naumoff, Gladstone, Stern, Parskey, Caplan, Barker, Traxler, Blumberger, Gillette Next Row: Broverman, Rosenberg, Hodes, Eisenberg, Feitler, Klater PHILLIP HODES, '29 ee..eee RALPH LEBOVVITZ, '28 ere, DAVID B. BUERGER, '29 .,.eee Page 176 HAROLD BARKER, '31 SIGMA ALPHA MU PS1 CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS HYMAN M. GRAVER, '30 ......Pri0r ,,,,,EXL'b6qIlEI' HARRY PARSKY, '31 ALEXANDER BLUNIBERGER, '30 MURRAY GILLETTE, '30 JACK ROSENBERG, '29 LOUIS BROVERMAN, '28 SIDNEY GLADSTONE, '30 MILTON H. SCHAMBERG LAWRENCE CAPLAN, '30 LESTER HERSHMAN, '30 EDWARD STERN, '30 PHILIP EISENBERG, '29 SEYMOUR ITSCOITZ, '30 MARVIN TRAXLER, '30 STANLEY A. FEITLER, '28 MAURICE NAUMOFF, '30 ALLAN WEIL, '30 PLEDGES IRVING AXELRAD, '31 HERBERT HEPPS, '30 IRVING FARBER, '31 DANIEL MARCUS, '31 . In ..1'-v , ,..,j,.--.". .- 15: -.ff ,f . ' 'ITEM' ,R6C07d'6V , '30 1929 s""" X' O Q Qs as Q 60 9 no -x.f. IGMA ALPHA MU, national social fraternity, was founded at the College of the City of New York on November 26, 1909. PSI chapter, at the University of Pittsburgh, was established ten years later, in 1919. The purpose of the fraternity is to band together Jewish students of worthy character that they might spread the doctrine of fraternalism, might themselves be benefited, and that they as a group might bring credit and honor to their school. PSI chapter will play host to the SIGMA ALPHA MU national convention in Pittsburgh next December 29, 30 and 31. Representatives from nearly forty chapters are expected to be in Pittsburgh at that time. 409 N. Craig Street Page 177 -"u '.1-.. ,...f""'.'. .-qi' ,I-2 - ...."'., ' . .uf ', 51. " . ,.. ,..., I - ...l-.Inv 1 . fy xxx ' vox? Top Row: J. Bowman, Glass, W. Petty, W. Bowman, Critchfield, R. Petty, George, Scharup, Anderson, Boggs, Paulson, Maneval, Muir, R. Hayes Next Row: Jones, Bender, Cooley, Cunningham, Harper, Braden, Gardner, W. Horner, S. Horner, Sweadner, J. Phillips, G . Hayes Next Row: Glotfelty, Harmeier, Zimmerman, Allison, Schaumberg, Smith, McKee, Dennis, W. Phillips FRANK SCHAUMEERG, '28 ,S EDWARD ALLISON, '281 DONN L. SMITH, '28.. WAYNE MCKEE, JR., '29 ...,. . PAULJ. ZINIMERMAN, '29 - JOHN BOWMAN, 30 ....,... CHARLES 1'1.-KRMEIER, '30 1 ROBERT BENDER, '31 CHARLES COOLEY, '31 ROY CUNNINGHAM, '31 FRED DENNIS, '29 NIAX GARDNER, '31 WM. NILES ANDERSON, '29 LAVVRENCE BRADEN, '31 GLENN GLASS, '32 Page 178 SIGMA CHI BETA TI-IETA CHAPTER fxfx Jaxx MEMBERS ROBERT GEORGE, '30 EDWARD GLOTFELTX' '28 GLEN HAYS, '30 RALPH HAYS, '30 STEWARTJ. HORNER, '32 JACK PHILLIPS, '32 PLEDGES CHESTER JONES, '31 HAROLD LAW, '31 ROBERT PETTY, '31 .llfgl . . 11 W f - 257. . ..'-a, . '.,'a,v "" ." '..'-'v -.'4l, -f: ni.: -,I J.. . -. -.,u, wx .'-'."'.' Q v. -. ' l.-.- 'U Coma! Pro-Cowl!! Qzzaeftor Amzotator Majifter ,Auocmfe Editor Tribzz ue WILLIAM HORNER, '28 ROBERT MANEVAL, '30 RENE MUIR, '32 CARROLD PAULSON, '31 WILLIAM PETTY, '31 WILLIAM SHAUP, '32 RICHARD SWEADNE JOHN WATSON, '31 R ,'31 061 1929 ,Q-X' '54 l N November 28, 1909, DELTA KAPPA, a local fraternity, was granted a charter as BETA THETA chapter of SIGMA CHI, giving it the distinction of being the first men's national fraternity on the University of Pittsburgh campus. The Interfraternity Council was organized by SIGMA CHI, Whose members have always taken an interest in student activities. The Panther was started through the efforts of H. C. McDaniels, a member of BETA THETA chapter. The present chapter house at 165 North Dithridge Street was purchased in 1919 by the Pittsburgh Alumni chapter. Although the membership of the local chapter dropped to six members during the war, the chapter was able to carry on and retain its charter. 165 N. Dithridge Street Pag' 179 "fn L ..ff:"'f.j., 7 jg-if. W Y 3.-2 -.4.,,--.H -.." s , Zag.,-2 .T , 1 . ... Ale. ' S f 9' Ng If .A Gxx Top Row: DeForest, Longille, Jones, Macliinney, Neely, C. E. Phillips, Chester, Hamilton, Crawford, McCartney, E. M Smith, Rogers, W. Phillips Next Row: Stone, Mortson, Hubert, Christenson, Kinny, Adams, Close, Felker, Bremmer, Gesin, Sterrett, Hinton Next Row: N. R. Park. Meier, N. L. Park, Baur, Skidmore, Widdowson, Heess, G. Smith, Larson. RICHARD M. SKIDMORE, '31.. THEODORE K. HEESS, '28 WILLIAM W. WIDDOWSON, '30 BYRON A. BAUR, '28 .. NORNIAN L. PARK, '30 I ., NORMAN R. PARK, '30 ...... THEODORE H. MEIER, '29 .... . WOODWARD C. ADAMS, '28 HERBERT W. BAILEY, JR., '28 FREDERICK H. BREMMER, '28 CHR1STIANM.CHRISTIANSEN, '2 JAMES A. CLOSE, '31 JAMESJ. CRAWFORD, '28 WILLIAM E. DEFOREST, '29 ARCHIE L. GESIN, '28 JOHN S. ADAMS, '30 CHARLESJ. CHESTER, JR., '31 FRANKLIN M. FELKER, '31 9 SIGMA PI CHI CHAPTER 1xAfX ,fy GF F ICERS MEMBERS RALPH HAMILTON, '29 DAVID A. HINTON, '30 WILLIAM HULBERT, '30 JAMES S. HUNTER, '29 RUSSELL T. JONES, '29 HAROLDJ. KINNEY, '31 EDWIN K. LANGILLE, '30 SIEGPRIED A. LARSON, '28 PLEDGES ELMER V. GETTYS, '31 WILLIAM HERGE, '31 CHARLES C. HUSTON, JR., '31 ROBERT D. STERRETT, '31 FACULTY MEMBERS .....,..,.....5'age .Firft Caznzfelor Semfzd Coznzfelw .Tlrjrri Cozzmelor .Fozzrflv Caznzfelol A ........... .,...... Hemfd . . . .E77Zt'l'6l!d Cawefpandefzt HERMAN E. MCCARTNEY, '30 HARRISON B. MCKINNEX', '30 EMMONS T. MORTSON, '29 SAMUEL E. NEELX', '30 CLARENCE E. PHILLIPS, '30 E. M. SMITH, '29 GEORGE E. SMITH, '28 ROBERT MCKEE, '30 WILLIAM S. PHILIPS, '31 JOHN W. ROGERS, '30 J. ERNEST WRIGHT K. MILLER Page 180 fr -a-. r. - -.5-.ta ' ""2..4.' . I. I- nhz, f . Yr 1 nu. " 3' Q-,Tuff 'r."l 'J' 1929 qvwm new ev- my w, mo J . if W Z riffllwff Q' 111 V' ts mtixbh ' fi' wifi Q, M1 'm masse HI chapter of SIGMA PI fraternity was installed at the University of Pittsburgh on March 23, 1923. It was formerly DELTA UPSILON KAPPA, a local fraternity, established on the Pitt campus in December, 1920. The SIGMA PI fraternity of the United States was founded at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, in 1897. It was at first a local, but became a national organization in 1909 when it consoli- dated With four other locals operating at Ohio State University, the University of Illinois, Temple University, and the University of Pennsylvania. The chapter house of CHI chapter is located at 212 North Dithridge Street. 212 N. Dithridge Street Page 181 ff, s'x'6Xx 4 v5 59 Top Row: Cohen, Robins, Schackter, Levine Next Row: Lowenthal, Makagon, Stadt, Witt, Harrison, Gelman, Spirer Next Row: Segall, Golomb, Schwartz, Haber, Goldstein. Goldblum AU SIGMA PHI QQ' AU SIGMA PHI, local fraternity, originated as an independent high school fraternity on January 25, 1925. The charter members, students at Peabody and Schenley high schools, entered the University together and, desirous of close afiiliation with the University, they petitioned for recognition as a local fraternity. On May 3, 1927, the petition was granted by the University Council on the recommendation of the Fraternity Committee. TAU SIGMA PHI has, from that date, entered into all school activities with a sincere aim of elevating itself to the highest ideals of the University of Pittsburgh. The exten- sive social program in the past year has been balanced by a high scholarship attainment. OFFICERS ALEC R. SCHWARTZ, '29 .,.... A . , ............. Pfffjdfllf HARVEH' H. HABER, '29 A ..i.,.. Vice-Prefident EDWARD GOLDSTEIN, '31.. . ........... Secretmgf BERNARD GOLOMB, '30 .. .......... .. ...,. ....... T remmfer MEMBERS SAM B. COHEN, '30 JOSEPH GELLMAN, '31 ALBERT GOLDBLUM, '30 ALFRED HARRISON, '31 Page 182 JULIUS LEVIN, '28 JULIUS LOWENTHAL, '31 DAN MAKAGON, '28 MH'ER SCHACTER, '29 SAMUEL ROBBINS, '31 PLEDGE ISIDORE ABIIAMS, '31 413222, -Qi ,525 J: A1 NATHAN SEGALL, '29 JESS SPIRER, '31 ZACHARY STADT, '30 JULIUS WITT, '31 X 1 MORE REEK IFE fraternities control T0 Say that elections is foolish. How L control elections can fraternities if their members '4 do not turn out to the polls? Page 133 xxXXX W ,s S xxx 1' Top Row: Woods, Weaver, McEwen, Vold, Kummer, Mays, Beam, Englehart, Brobst Next Row: Watterson, Phillips, Duerr, Best, Trieber, Blair, McArkle, Shannon, Goodrich Next Row: Thomas, Schmeltz, I-limes, Lynch, Luker, Morgan, Young, Ambos D. LYNCH, '2S... . C. R. LUKERMIR., '28 .... W. L. HIMES, '29 . A. H. SCHMELTZ, '28 . B. L. AMEOS, '30 W. E. BEST, '29 E. L. BISHOP,JR., '30 THOMAS BLAIR, '30 H. A. BROBST, '31 L. E. FONTAINE, '30 R. U. DUERR, '31 A. MCEWEN, '29 CHARLES ADAMSON, '31 CHARLES BEAM, '31 CHARLES ENGLEHART, '30 THOMAS GOODRICH, '31 Page 184 THETA CHI ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 'ffyfff CJFFICERS MEMBERS B. MCGEE, '28 W. S. MCARDLE, '30 W. R. MCCLELLAN, '30 R. H. MILLER, '29 J. D. MORGAN, '29 S. M. PHILLIPS, '30 E. W. PROVOST, '30 F. E. REBHUN, '28 PLEDGES GERALD KRUMMER, '31 W. R. MARTIN, '31 MILTON MAYS, '31 CARL VOLD, '31 xilifff. -':f'.:3'1:f.f:"1 kj: fjI.iigT. jg: ..............P1fe.ride12t .........ViCe-Prefidefzt ................S'ecrem1j1 .......Tfem1zre1f D. R. SHANNON, '30 D. E. THOMAS, '29 D. E. TRIEBER, '31 R. S. WATTERSON, JR., '29 R. G. WOESSNER, '29 ' HARRISON WOOD, '31 A. P. YOUNG, '29 JAMES WALKER, '31 IVAN WEAVER, '31 WILLIAM WHITEHOUSE, '31 O 0 0 ag. IS 0 0 F 1. b Q '0 0 LPHA BETA chapter of THETA CHI had its origin in the old boiler room of the engineering department of the University of Pittsburgh. There, early in the year 1913, a group of freshmen in the School of Engineering, feeling that they, as Well as their school, were being left out of the various college activities, took it upon themselves to form a society in which Engineering students would be given preference as members. The society took the name of SIGMA EPSILON. On May, 12, 1919 SIGMA EPSILON became ALPHA BETA chapter of THETA CHI. Since obtaining their charter, the chapter has occupied three houses: at 5300 Bayard Street from 1918 to 1925, 4804 Baum Boulevard from 1925 to 1927, and its present home at 137 North Bellefleld Avenue. 137 Bellefield Avenue Page 185 Owxf ' ' ,xy QSXTK, f Top Row: C. Seidle, Smith, Johnston, Phifer, Duff, Rohland, Harvey, Gurthrie, St. Clair, Higerd, Lucas, Leaf, Dennison, Jarrell Next Row: Boyd, Burley, Sutton, Davis, Neeley, Adams, Whitacre, Mellon, Runger, Saurman, Shalfer, Whippo, Nelson, Seale Next Row: Stadtlander, Oberheim, Fronk, Liphart, Belfour, Henrici, Welsh, MacBride, R. Seidle C. STANTON BELFOUR, '28..... J. EDGAR MACBRIDE, '31 ,,,.s GEORGE R. FRONK, '29 s,se . FRED W. HENRICI, '28.. . THOMASJ. BOYD, '30 WALTERJ. DENNISON, '29 CHARLES C. GUTHRIE, JR., '28 HAROLD C. LIPHART, '29 SIEBERT A. LYNCH, '29 ROBERT S. MELLON, '28 WTIERS W. ADAMS, '30 ALEREDJ. BURLEY, '30 KENNETH S. DAVIS, '32 WALLACE T. DU BARRY, '31 WALLACE DUEE, '30 RICHARD C. GITTINGS, '30 Page 186 1 HETA DELTA PSI ATCQ7 OFFICERS MEMBERS JOHN H. NEELY, '30 CARL A. NELSON, '28 CARL A. OBERHEIM, '30 ALBERT C. ROHLAND, JR., '29 NELSON L. RUNGER, '28 DUDLEY S. SAURMAN, '28 ROY L. WELSH, '29 PLEDGES RALPH H. HARVEY, '31 JAY M. JARRELL, '31 HARRY D. JOHNSTON, '31 STUART E. LEAF, '31 C. FREDERICK LUCAS, '31 RICHARD S. PHIFER, '31 JOHN WRIGHT, '31 FACULTY MEMBER JOHN R. JOHNSTON I 'l. ,f -- .- .-... ,.. H- f.. . , , .. 3,5 .... ..- - . , f U..-L: 1 , ' '- ' ,"g,.'-.C . ,., Q 4' ,. 3 'H J 1 T. ..........,.Pre.fide7zt ..Vice-Prexidelzt .........,Sec1'e!f1ry A . ....T1w1Jlzfe1' H. VICTOR SEALE, '28 HARRY A. SHAFFER, '30 DONALD D. ST. CLAIR, '28 FRED. H. STADTLANDER, '29 CALEB M. SUTTON, '29 LOUIS K. VOELKER, '30 CHARLES A. SEIDLE, '31 ROBERT SEIDLE, '31 FRANK M. SHAFFER, '31 GORDON R. SMITH, '31 HAROLD WHIPPO, '31 ROLANDJ. WHITACRE, '32 I-IETA DELTA PSI fraternity of the University of Pittsburgh was founded November, 192O for the purpose of promoting the scholastic, moral, and social interests of its members, and uphold- ing the standard and traditions of the University. Official recognition was given by the Uni- versity on February 2, 1921, which date has since been yearly celebrated as Founders' Day. Member- ship in the lnterfraternity Council also came in February of 1921. ln scholarship, leadership, and fellowship, THETA DELTA PSI holds a prominent place on the University of Pittsburgh campus. For the last three years the home of the fraternity has been at 151 North Dithridge Street. 151 N. Dithridge Street Page 187 N' xw' 1 0 ,- SNXXO' y Top Row: Simpson, Heck, Stroup, Pugh, Delvecchio, Splain, Postner, Tritsch .Rodgers Next Row: Drulis, Bantz, Uhler, Dierst, Kunde, Pearson, Boot, Walker, Gardner, Berry Next Row: Pfohl, Morrow, Sloan, Hall, Foster, Smith, Funaro, Schmidt, Connors THETA KAPPA NU PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER G. KENNETH FOSTER, '30 4,,t . 'GEORGE F. HALL, '28L JACK DELWHECCHIO, '30 tttt . WAYNE H. KUNDE, 'SOD A EDWARD C. SMITH, '28 . JAMES V. FUNARO, '29 IRRNOLD P. BAUTZ, '29 SAMUELJ. BENEDICT, '29 JAMES A. BLACKHALL, '29 HIARRH' E. BOOT, '29 RUIJERT D. CONNER, '29 JOHN A. DRULIS, '29 PAUL E. GARDNER, 'SO D. LAIRD BAKER, '29 WILLIAM BOLKEY, '31 Page 183 OFFICERS MEMBERS RALPH HARKINS, '31 JAMES MINTEER, '29 ALLAN V. MORGAN, '29 GRANT C. MORROXX7, '28 LOUIS A. MICHELSON, '29 VICTOR A. NEESON, '29 JOHN A. POSTNER, '30 WILLIABI C. WALKER, '30 PLEDGES LOUIS CHARTIERS, 'BO JOHN F. CLANCEY, '31 CECIL M. PUGH, '30 H1:'if,1ij4..Q:f ...,,Arcbo1z .Oracle . . .......... .... .Y czfibe I Captain gf the Guard . .....TreaJzz1'er ..H0zz.re Mfzzzager ROBERT C. SIMPSON, '29 E. LEVVIS SCHMIDT, '28 JAMES W. SLOAN, '29 WILLIAM L. STROUP, '28 C. JOSEPH SPLAIN, '28 CLARENCE TRITSCH, '29 KENNETH H. M. UHLER WILLIAM B. HECK, '31 MAX B. MARTIN, '31 , '28 xxx? HETA KAPPA NU is the youngest national fraternity on the University campus. DELTA Xl OMEGA, a local, became Pennsylvania DELTA chapter of THETA KAPPA NU on April 30, 1927. The installation was at a banquet at the Faculty Club. DELTA Xl OMEGA, predecessor of THETA KAPPA NU, was originally a club, and it was not until the fall of 1923 that it took its Greek name and adopted a type of organization similar to that of a Greek letter fraternity. DELTA chapter maintains a house at 254 Bellefielcl Avenue. 254 N. Bellefieid Avenue Page 189 al' WOMEN's SQCIAL FRATERNITIES In The Order Of Their Establishment At The University Of Pittsburgh KAPPA ALPHA THETA.. DELTA DELTA DELTA rrrs...,. DELTA ZETA ,..,,,,A,,,,,,,,,Arr,. ZETA TAU ALPHA ,,,, . ALPHA XI DELTA ....s,r4. PI BETA PHI ............,...r,.rrr.s ALPHA KAPPA ALPHAU KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA .....,.. CHI OMEGA .,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.rr,, PHI MU .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,r,, KAPPA DELTA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ALPHA DELTA PI .......,.,,,,, ALPHA EPSILON PHI ...... THETA PHI ALPHA .....,.... 'FALPHA DELTA SIGMA ........... BETA PHI ALPHA ......,.rrrt PHI SIGMA SIGMA ....... DELTA PHI EPSILON ....,. "fLocal Fraternity P ge 190 QQ +- sl 1915 1916 1916 1916 1918 1918 1919 1919 1919 1919 1920 1920 1920 1920 1921 1923 1924 1925 W WQMENS FIQATIQRNITIIQS S gl Page 192 n ff' ' d When Obsolete ll i AT HQME ITH the wandering Greek he who had conquered ,,- a sigh of relief. "Now for arrest," he said. Pitt he gave Titian, reached And so, after visiting a room in Alumni, a f F U corner of the on a search for THE GREEK GIRLS Heinz House, a Church base- ment, and a private chapter houses, he was ac- commodated in his desire. residence or two P A X P' A 4, 1 KA. , 'St C: .E K ' J., If 2 t vi f :E f -sr A Q L AQ' 1- zt- ', KJ f , , T, 9 ix Tiiiig' ,3?r8'- my 5 '3 "Vagrancy and Dizziness, i s in ' -,gr Q fi 'fu . , 4 K p, Y K.. V Q ' , Q ,Q . ' ' . . "' 8' h 'A . an W F: '1'-ev ' "ff -gl yi' ' , ' ' ff p,.!r-,sf X f . ' I Qifx. F X5 . Qi. , ,I F' , + , V A ' mi' Your Honor," were the charges. I 9-M L Page 193 Top Row: Williamson, Yorke, B Next Row: Usher, Quay, Young, ALPHA lanchard, Donnally, Webb, Kinder, Evans Coy, Wortman, Anderson, Sullivan DELTA PI ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER QQ' OFFICERS DOROTHY COY, '28 ..uuuul, . uuu,u.,.....l..u...,u Pl'L'.IZ6i67I-Z' MARY WORTMAN, '28,LLLL KATHERINE YOUNG, '28 ..,uu uuuu GENEVIEVE QUAY, '29 ,Mu,uuu ....,. C orrefpofzdzfzg Seczetmgf ETHEL ANDERSON, '30 EEE.EE E,E.EEEEEEE , L E....,, I Treafzner MEMBERS HELEN BASHORE, '30 HELEN BLANCHARD, '30 DOROTHY DONNALLY, '30 MARGARET EVANS, '28 MARY KINDER, '28 FLOREN Page 194 QV L J PHYLLIS .MCCALMONT, '30 REBECCA SULLIVAN, '30 ALICE USHER, '29 BETTY WEBB, '30 EUNICE WILLIAMSON, '30 CE YORKE, '30 LPHA DELTA Pl was founded at the Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia, on May 15, 1851. Formerly it was called the Adelphian Society, but in 1904 it became ALPHA chapter of ALPHA DELTA PI and inaugurated a policy of expansion. A secret magazine known as the Adelpbian Chronicle was first issued in 1857 in the handwriting of various members. After a number of years it was discontinued and was not revived until 1915. ALPHA IOTA chapter was installed at the University of Pittsburgh in 1920. wal, .Q , 'kwin' iff Nu-L! Page 195 J, L 1 Top Row: Next Row: MARGARET WRIGHT, '28 MINNIE CHARLESWORTH, MARIE GRIML1, '30 ISABEL CONDIE, '29 .,....RR., IONA MORGANSTERN, '30 ETHEL WATSON, '29 TTTTTTTT VIRGINIA B. TAYLOR GIIIGG MARGUERITE A. SNYDER GGI,G GRACE BROADVVATER, '28 FANNIE MAE CHARLESVVORTH, '30 ESTHER KING, '29 Page 196 Matz, Broadwater, Maassen, Whalen, Sage, F. Charlesworth, Pierce McAfee, Condie, Grimm, Wright, M. Charlesworth, Morgenstern, Watson ALPHA DELTA SIGMA OFFICERS ,L .I....,.... Prefidefzt '28 ,.,, I ,,,,,,,,,. Vice-Prefidefzt ,,,,,,,,,,R6C07'LZ7272tg S6C'i'6l'dl-jf ..,,,.CarreIp01zdi1z,g Secretary I , ,,..,...,......,.......I Trmfzzrer .,,,,,,.,,,,,,Ma1'Jbal I, ,.,,L Faculty Advifor I,,,,F6ZCIl!l1'V Adzfifor MEMBERS ALICE MCAFEE, '29 ALMA SAGE, '30 MARGARET MAASSEN, '29 MARY SCULLY, '29 GENEVIEVE PIERCE, '28 LUCRETIA WHALEN, '30 PLEDGE THERESA MATZ, 30 FACULTY MEMBERS AGNES STARRETT INEZ V. LOVE 2: ' S-X 1929 ll LPHA DELTA SIGMA was founded as the G. G. G. Club on February 28, 1919, which date is celebrated every year at a banquet given by the Alumni members for the actives. The club was recognized as a Greek letter fraternity by Panhellenic in 1920. One of the traditions of ALPHA DELTA SIGMA is a spring banquet in honor of the senior members, who are presented with bar pins, bearing the letters of the fraternity. s.. ,fbi Page 197 Top Row: Ress, Schmidt, Harris, Orringer, Spiro, Friedlander, Berman Next Row: Kinsbursky, Goldfarb, Nathanson, Azen, Greenberg, Corman ALPHA EPSILON PHI NU CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS ANNE B. NATHANSON, '28 a,,.a.a Prefzdent FLORENCE GOLDFARB, '28 Vzce Prefzdem' RUTH GREENBERG, '28 I I Secretary ROSE AZEN, 28 I 222222,r222 2222,,22 Tfddfllfdf MEMBERS Page 198 SYLVIA BERMAN, '30 SYLVIA CORMAN, '28 GOLDYE COHEN, '28 FRANCES FRIEDLANDER, '28 EVELYN HARRIS, '30 JULIA HARRIS, '30 MILDRED ORRINGER, '30 TILLIE KINSBURSKY, '28 SYLVIA RESS, '28 LILLIAN ROSENBERG, '29 RUTH SCHMIDT, '30 MINNIE SPER0, '29 FACULTY MEMBER THERESA KAHN CC? J Cfildglwm LPHA EPSILON PHI installed NU chapter at the University of Pittsburgh in 1920 when it granted CHI GAMMA THETA, a local, its charter. As a national organization, ALPHA EPSILON PHI is establishing circulating libraries in isolated Western communities. Miss Gertrude Friedlander, a former NU gurl, was elected to the National Deanship at a con- vention held at Ithaca, New York, in July, 1927. The local chapter also has the honor of having received the Honoraries Cup, awarded each year to the chapter highest in activities, spirit, and general excellence. 354 N. Craig Street Page 199 L MFL..-X J L Top Row: Thompson, E. Brown, Williams, Heaylitt, Henderson, Herman, Patterson, Clansen Magaelson Mckay Next Row: Stormfels, Sachter, Rewbridge, M. Brown, Lee, Dysert LPHA X1 DELTA ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 451825 OFFICERS HELEN REWBRIDGE, '28..., , , Pfefzdefzt MARION BROWN, '28 eeeee.e Vzce Plffldfilf XYIOLA SACHTER, '28 e.,.e. .Yevfetafgf ROBERTA LEE, '29 E.,.EEE.EEE,E E,EE EEEAE T 1 efnzner ELIZABETH STORMTELS, '28 LLLLL .LLL.LLLLLLLLLLL,LLL,LL LL,LL C 0 nfefpofzdzfzlg Secremfy MEMBERS EMMA BROWN, '30 DELLA HENDERSON, '28 LILLIAN DOMESTICHAS, '30 IQATHRYN HERVEY, '28 PI1 gr 200 KATHRYN DYSERT, '29 IDA HARMON, '29 MARTHA HAZLETT, '30 GEORGIA MCKAY, '30 XIIOLA MAEGELSON, '29 LOUISE PATTERSON, '28 RUTH THOINIPSON, '28 FACULTY MEMBER ADELAIDE JONES Q' 1 gl ,,.o!iQtEEMiS5iRaR , N, ' ' ss '- 'H-1 V .Q-, Q5 E.l39Bx N 1918 ALPHA XI DELTA was installed at the University of Pittsburgh when ALPHA DELTA, founded the previous year for the purpose of petitioning this national fraternity, was received as the ALPHA ALPHA chapter. Every two years ALPHA XI DELTA gives a fellowship to any woman desiring to take advanced Work in the fields of psychology, social Welfare, or medicine. Each year on Founders' Day, ALPHA ALPHA holds a luncheon at which a contribution is presented to the Founders' Memorial Scholar- ship Fund. , ,,..A L s..-Nl Page 201 A L! Top Row: Douds, Yates, Jordan, E. Long, B. Long, Hatham, Walkins, E. Schatz Next Row: Gregg, Daniels, Stevenson, Wagle, G. Schatz, Pearsall BETA PHI ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 45,9 OFFICERS ESTHER STEVENSON, '28 I . ...,......., ,. eeee eeeeee eeee, P r widefzf MILDRED WAGLE, '28 ,...e e.ee.. V ice-Prmiderzt VIRGINIA DANIELS, '29 eeee Secretmjf GENEVA SCHATZ, '28 I .eee.., I .2.e.e2.,2.,. Tremzzrer GERTRUDE GREGG, '29 22..2. . EEEEEEEA....,...EE.E I I Carreypondiutg .Yecretmjf MEMBERS SARAH DOUDS, '30 MARY ELIZABETH PEARSALL, '29 BESS LONG, '30 EVA LONG, '30 STELLA HOTHAM LOUISE JORDAN, Page 202 v ,29 '30 QI' , ELIZABETH SCHATZ, '29 MARY STARRETT, '28 HELEN WATKINS, '29 CLARA YATES, '30 35 B W5 A 6' 43' N NGVEMBER 29, 1920, twelve girls at the University of Pittsburgh organized as THETA GAMMA PHI to promote school spirit, social activity and scholarship. This organization was soon received into Panhellenic. For two years THETA GAMMA PHI stood first in scholarship. In 1924 the group became ETA chapter BETA PHI ALPHA. A tradition of the chapter is the passing of the President's ring from the outgoing to the newly elected president. Page 203 cf L ij Z I Top Row: Shannon, Chalmers, Brown, Cole, Baer, Black, M. McAdams, Matthews, Thomas Next Row: A. McAdams, Enderlin, Meermans, Wagaman, Kinny, Eitel, Schucker DAINE WAGABIAN, '28 L ELIZABETH TVIEERIVIANS, '29 RUTH ENDERLIN, '29 ....a.,,.. MARI.AN EITEL, '28 ANARUTH BAER, '28 LUCY BLACK, '30 MARION BROWN, '30 ELIZABETH CHALMERS, '29 RUTH COLE, '28 MARIAN EITEL, '28 CHI MEGA PHI BETA CHAPTER 'Q7'Qf DFFICERS MEMBERS RUTH ENDERLIN, '29 HARRIET KINNEY, '28 MARTHA MATTHEWS, '28 ALBERTA MCADAMS, '28 ELIZABETH MEERMANS, '29 ADELAIDE MILLS, '29 PLEDGE MARGARET MCADAMS FACULTY MEMBERS ,L LPreJide11t ,VACK-PV6Jj6i67Zf T.L...,...,Sefretmgf .L...Trea.fzzrer BEULAH SHANNON, '29 KATHERINE SCHUCKER, '28 MARY STEVENSON, '28 GLADYS THOMAS, '30 DAINE WAGAMAN, '28 BETTY WATT BROOKS MARY LOU STEVENSON Page 204 Q I El 15' X im, - wgufx if Fifji HI BETA chapter of CHI OMEGA formerly existed as ALPHA GAMMA OMICRON, local. It was established at the University of Pittsburgh by Mary C. Love Collins on December 6, 1919. PHI BETA is keenly interested in the National Service Fund, the income from which is to be used for special study and research by experts in social, educational, civic, economic, and scientific fields. This is the first attempt on the part of any women's organization to establish funds for research in this branch of study, and the first time in the history of Greek letter fraternities since the founding of PHI BETA KAPPA that a chapter has undertaken a national program for contribution to thought and knowledge. Page 205 w il 1 Top Row: Greer, Stewart, Weaver, Griffiths, Jackson Next Row: Bair, Hildebrand, Zacharias, Davis, Smith, Sutter, Rupert, Young, Thompson Next Row: Taylor, Wigman, McCurdy, Miss Nannah, Clark, Strassler, Otto DELTA DELTA DELTA ALPHA THETA CHAPTER MARGARET MCCURDY, '28 ..LL, ELIZABETH Z. CLARK, '29 L.,.. . ALICE QTTO, '29,. ..,...,..,...,.. A ALMA JEAN STRASLER, '28 .....T. ELEANOR BAER, '28 DOROTHY DAVIS, '29 BERENEICE GREER, '31 VIRGINIA GRIFFITI-IS, '30 DOROTHY JACKSON, '31 ISABEL RUPERT, '29 ELIZABETH SMITH, '30 Page 206 Q. xL:' 'QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS SARA LOUISE STEWART, '31 ELVIRA SUTTER, '30 MARY TAYLOR, '28 JANE THOMPSON, '31 MARY WEAVER, '31 HELEN WIGMAN, '28 HELEN YOUNG, '30 Sl ,,,,,T,,,.,,,Pf6Jjd67Zf Vice-Prefident I ,,,...,... SECFEIHU ..1,.Treafzzrer 1929 ELTA DELTA DELTA was founded at Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, by Eleanor Dorcas Pond and Sara Ida Thaw. The Pitt chapter was organized as DELTA OMI- CRON in 1913, and in 1916 was installed as ALPHA THETA chapter of DELTA DELTA DELTA. The symbols of the fraternity are: the Colors-silver, gold and blueg the flower-the pansyg the tree-the pineg and the jewel-the pearl. The high standards of scholarship, personality, and service Created by the founders serve as an universal bond between University Women in DELTA DELTA DELTA throughout the country. '1 is A , f ev f W , ,,-' v, . - 4206 Bigelow Boulevard Page 207 Q' NJ ,A 2 Top Row: Braunstein, Seltzer, Davidson, Kochin, Flam, Sidransky Next Row: Deakter, Lieblich, Rabinowitz, A. Cohen, D. Cohen DELTA PHI EPSILON ETA CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS ANNE RABINOWITZ, '28 eeeeeee eeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeee..e. P f ' efident REBECCA DEAKTOR, '28 eee,,,e ,.,, I Vice-Prefidefzf CLARA BRAUNSTEIN, '29 ,,AA I I eeeeeee S'6'CJ'6fo7lfjf ETHEL LIEBLICK, '29 eeeeee A A,.... 'I-'7'6Ll.fZ!l'6'l' NORMA DAVIDSON, '30LLLL ee,..A. Reporter MEMBERS ETHEL BAZELL, '30 DOROTHY COHEN, '30 ROSE STEIN, '30 ALICE COHEN, '28 BESSIE SACHS, '30 DOROTHY SUPOWITZ, '30 PLEDGES SARAH FLAMM, '28 JUDITH KOCHIN, '30 ESTHER SELTZER, '29 Page 208 ' 4 J xl' , ,,,'fI"'?wll'JIZ'Y""" MGRE GREEK IFE As if Greek bad enough we letters weren't alphabet of W. A. A., have the additional S. G. A., C. N. C. W., W. C. E. L., Y. W. C. A., and even O. W. L. 3- 1 if Page 209 2X3 Q Q L Top Row: Morgan, Davis, Austin, Mills, Eaton, Kromer, Reed, Rumble, Labarth Next Row: Sekey, Twibett, DeForest, Parson, McConnell, McClure, Bainbridge DELTA ZETA OMICRON CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS SARA PARSON, '28 22 .....,...a,a. Preridezzt IMIABEL DEFOREST, '29 22 2 aaaa,, Vice-Prefidefzt JEANNE MCCONNELL, '29 2 2 aa,aaaa aaa.aa .aa.A., T r mfzzrer LOIS TURBETT, '28 2 2 222C0rreIp01zdZ12tg 5'ECl'6f6Z7jf MARX' LINN, '29 2 2 Recofdifzfg Secretmy MEMBERS Page 210 GRACE AUSTIN, '30 GERTRUDE KROMER, '30 WINIFRED MCCLURE, '29 KATHIXRINE BAINBRIDGE, '29 EDITH LAYLAND, '28 MARY 0'NEILL, '29 AGNES DAVIS, '29 HARRIET LABARTHE, '28 LILLIAN REED, '29 HELEN DE FRANCE, '29 BEATRICE MILLS, '30 RUTH RUINIBLE, '29 JUNE MORGAN, '29 MILDRED RUTTER, '29 HELEN SEKEY, '30 RUTH EATON, '30 FACULTY MEMBERS BESS GOODYKOONTZ HELEN P. RUSH MRS. K. TAYLOR Q' i gl 2, r T7 1 ff ELTA ZETA was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. In January, 1916 OMICRON Chapter was installed at the University of Pittsburgh. As a part of its national program DELTA ZETA entirely supports the DELTA ZETA Community Center at Vest, Kentucky. Since there are no other schools in that district, the fraternity maintains two, one for elementary and the other for secondary grades. DELTA ZETA also maintains a national scholarship fund. QL sl Page A 2 Top Row: Lavie, May, Kehew, Miller, Hedden Next Row: Reineman, Wood, Walsh, Berghane, Amberson, Gurney, Stillwell, Irwin Next Row: Koch, Smith, Killingsworth, Cheney, Hay, Stranahan, McCoy KAPPA ALPHA THETA ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER OFFICERS RUTH CHENEY, '28 ..ee.....e..e,..4e, Prefzdefzt HAZEL IQILLINGSVVORTH, '28 eeee .. Vzce Prefzdefzt JANE SMITH, 282 ...,, eeeeeeee Aeee. S e cfermy JEAN HAY, 28 e.,...e ..,...,................ T reafzzfer MEMBERS FRANCES AMBURSEN, '30 MARIE LAVIE, '30 ELIZABETH BERGHANE, '29 BETTY MACDOUGAL, '29 BETTY CRIM, '28 ANNA K. MA1', '30 CATHARINE FLEMING, '28 AMBER MCCOY, '29 Page 212 ALENE GURNEY, '30 MARIAN HEDDEN, '28 VIRGINIA HEILMAN, EMILY IRWIN, '30 JULIA KEHEW, '29 DOROTHY KOCH, '28 '28 HELEN E. MILLER, '29 EMILY NASH, '28 KATHERINE REINEMAN, '28 FRANCES STILLWELL, '30 DUELLA STRANAHAN, '29 JOSEPHINE WALSH, '29 PATRICIA WOOD, '29 Q' J 1 1929 G I THETA NU, the first Pitt sorority, Was founded in 1908. It existed as a local unit until 1915, when it Was installed as ALPHA OMEGA chapter of KAPPA ALPHA THETA. Each year the chapter gives a dinner to all ALPHA OMEGA alumnae in celebration of the chapter's birthday. Each year after pledging an alumnus tells the prospective THETAS about the early days of PI THETA NU and ALPHA OMEGA. 1 1, - y 'Q ""'lf','g, l ALM. '1 '- f' 'sl ,RWE iff ff' I ff , ' 409 Neville Street N-'sl Page 213 14 if Top Row: McMillin, Hazlett, Potts, Norris, Double, Munson, Christy Next Row: Billson, Dunning, DeHaven, Potts, Lennox KAPPA DELTA XI CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS FRANCES DBHAVEN, '28 ..,,t. to ,,,............ Prefidezzt ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, '29 , ....... Vice-Prefidefzt LILLIAN BILLSON, '28 EEEE A A .......... .Yecretmjf ELIZABETH POTTS, '28 LLL,L,L Trmfuffr MEMBERS MARY CHRISTY, '28 FLORENCE HAZLETT, '30 ERLA DOUBLE, '28 SARAH LENNOX, '29 KATHARINE DUNNING, '28 LYSLE MCMILLIN, '28 MARGARET GERMERADT, '29 GENEVIEVE NORRIS. '28 ELEANOR POTTS, '30 PLEDGE Pay 214 SARAH MUNSON, '29 I s..-gl 1929 55 mo o o Q + QQ ogvo Q 'ftp V QQ APPA DELTA, national social sorority was founded at Virginia State Normal School, Farm- ville, Virginia, in 1897. KAPPA TAU MU, a local at Pitt became XI chapter on March 13, 1920. There are sixty-one active chapters and fifty-six alumnae chapters scattered throughout the United States. The national philanthropic Work of KAPPA DELTA consists in the helping in the support of the Crippled Children's Hospital at Richmond. KAPPA DELTA's recognition pin is a small gold dagger which each girl receives as a gift from the local chapter upon her graduation. Page 215 I -- 2' Top Row: Francis, Meerhoff, Moyer, Hugus, Crippen, Bloomgren, Covil Next Row: Thompson, Elder, Davis, Dauster, Meals, Wilt. McMurray, Cecil Next Row: Merritt. Ream, Swartzel, Miller, Myler, Ray, Saurman KAPPA APPA AMMA GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER Q73 OFFICERS HELENJ. MILLER, '29 .,..,, I Plefzrielzz' FRANCES SVVARTZEL, '28 ee.. .S ,.,,., Recordzfzcg Yecretaljy NAOMI ELDER, '30 e,ee.eeeeee ee,ee, C 9l"lP.fP07Z6ZIlZg Seclelmjf NANCY M1'LER, 28 ,....e.e ei...ei.. I . Tfefzmfer NIEMBERS Page 216 HELEN BLACKMORE, '28 ANNA BLOOMGREN, '30 IKLICE CECIL, '29 BEATRICE CRIPPEN, '29 KATHERINE DAUSTER, '30 IMIARGUERITE DAVIS, '30 ALICE ELLIOTT, '29 JEAN FRANCIS, '29 MARY HENDERSON, '28 HELEN HUGUS, '29 HELEN LAUFFER, '30 CHARLOTTE MCMURRAY, 7 8 MARY BELLE MEALS, '28 ERMA MEERHOFF, '30 MARE' MERRITT, '30 ADELE MOYER, '28 MARY RAY, '29 DOROTHY REAM, '28 RUTH THOMPSON, '28 ESTHER WILT, '28 HELEN WOODWARD, '28 LC? SJ -A-zz .lj ' I . .... r Q L iq V. I A3-1. Z.: EL, AMMA EPSILON chapter of KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Was established at the University on February 21, 1919, When a national charter was granted to the members of E. R. O., a local fraternity dating from 1916. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. The fraternity periodical, The Key of K. K. G., the publication of which was authorized in 1881, was the first journal ever published by a Women's fraternity. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA, as a national, maintains a Student Aid Fund, which is open to all Women students attending colleges Where there is a KAPPA chapter. The local chapter promotes social welfare service by turning over the profits of an annual bridge party to the Rose McGill Fund. 272 Bellefield Avenue Page 217 1 gl A ' I A ,Z Top Row: Harter, Beers, Jamison, Morrissey, Brednick Next Row: Foxall, Caldwell, Kimball, Lutz, Olson, Garland, Gilson, Zimmerman Next Row: Major, Junginger, Long, Hazlett, Lyon, Fullerton PHI Mu BETA THETA CHAPTER Q45 OFFICERS KATHRYN HAZLETT, '28 s,,,.,ss Prefzdent SARA LONG, '29 .....,.Ass..ss.sssis Vice Pfefzdent MILDRED JUNGINGER, '29 ...... .. Recordzfzg 5'6Cl6f4l7jl REBECCA FULLERTON, '28 ,.i2 ,..2 C orrefpofldzzzg Secrefafgf JANE LYON, '29 ,,,,,,,,2. ,,2s, T refzfzzrer MEMBERS Page 216' KATHRYN BEERS, '30 BETTY BREDNICH, '28 NAONII CALDWELL, '29 VIRGINIA GARLAND, '29 JEAN GILSON, '29 ALICE HARTER, '29 NELLIEJANIISON, '30 LQ? J MARJORIE KIMBALL, '28 ELEANOR LUTZ, '29 OLIVE MCELROY, '28 RUTH MAJOR, '29 MARGARET MORRISSE1' ALICE OLSON, '28 LUCINDA ZIMMERMAN 7 ,30 P 53.9.9 QQ. :Q .sv 5 -O: 53, , y. 59 . ' iq- l 5!Ql," HI MU was founded at the Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852. It is the second oldest organization for Women and has an active chapter roll of fifty-two chapters, located in the largest colleges of the country. ALPHA MU, a local, was established in 1920 at the University of Pittsburgh for the purpose of petitioning PHI MU. Seven months later it was established as the BETA THETA chapter of PHI MU. 1553 Page 219 0 '. ij ff II Top Row: Segal, Skirboll, I. Reich, Eiges Next Row: Saevitz, Meritzer, L. Reich, Rader, Landow PHI SIGMA SIGMA IOTA CHAPTER A716 OFFICERS LOTTIE REICH, '29. .... ,...... .,.I.,.....,,..,,.....,, ...,.,.....,, A 1 ' C6072 MIXRGARET SEGAL, '30 ,.......,,.., ..,,.... V ire-Alffbwz AUGUSTA SKIRBOLL, '30 .....,,,, , ..........,.. BZH'.f6Z7' ESTHER LANDGXV, '29 ,,,,,,,.,,., ....,...... If tribe MEMBERS MATILDA MERITZER, '29 IDA S. REICH, '30 FREDA RADER, '29 HENRIETTE ROSENFELD, '30 SARAH SAEVITZ, '30 Page 220 4:21 LJ SE OTA chapter of PHI SIGMA SIGMA was installed at the University on June 16, 1923. As a national organization, PHI SIGMA SIGMA outlines a social program in which each chapter participates. The maintenance of a children's library in Palestine is one of the projects of the fraternity. Each year the IOTA chapter holds a benefit bridge, the proceeds of which go to the Scholarship Fund, from which a scholarship is awarded annually to some junior or senior in the University. Scholarship and personality are the bases for the award of the scholarship. 'af I i S-J Page 221 f- ,Z Q. If Top Row: Frost, Marsh, Schmid, Bowers, Steele, West, Cashdollar, Cornforth Next Row: Walsh, Means, King. Jacobs, Gorgas, Starr, Lohr PI BETA PHI PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER QQ' OFFICERS RUTH BOWER, '28 s.,ssess sss,sse.sesssses.sss.ss s.ss...sA,... P r efideut JEANNE KING, '29 ...,.e,s , A ...,..,e Vice-Prefjderzt BERTHA SCHMIDT, '28 .22, 222222222222222222.22.. T zfemzzrer LOLA GORGAS, '29 22222 I 2,.,2,. ,222 R ecordizzcg Secrefmy MARX' TVIEANS, 80... I ,222.2. Carrefpozzdifzrg .Yecrefmy LOIS JACOBS, '28 .,,.2 ,...22,,2,..,,2,222,22 22222222222 H 0 me Mafzafgeff MEMBERS HELEN CASHDOLLAR, '28 ISABEL MATTHEWS, '29 FLORENCE CORNEORTH, '29 GERTRUDE SWIFT, '28 MARGARET KOCH, '28 ELIZABETH THOMSON, '28 ISOBEL LOHR, '29 SARAH WEST, '29 PLEDGES LUCILLE FROST, '30 GERTRUDE STARR, '30 DOROTHY MARSH, '28 DOROTHY STEELE, '29 MARX' LOUISE WALSH, '30 FACULTY MEMBER LYSBETH HAMILTON Page 222 .Q fl sf 1929 0 y IANTHIAN was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1917. This loca.l fraternity had from its beginning the intention of petitioning PI BETA PHI, and set to Work to meet the fraternity requirements. DIANTHIAN was installed as Pennsylvania DELTA chapter of PI BETA PHI in September 1918. The fraternity maintains a settlement school at Gatlinburg, Tennessee that Was established in 1910 as a memorial to its founders. PI BETA PHI yearly awards a graduate fellowship, as Well as a scholarships for under-graduate members. K 4 4 . .0-..,.4Q-.:' ., ,,,.,....- - 238 N. Bellefield Avenue Page 223 Q sl .ZS Top Row: Ignelzi, Lawton, Schwerer, Walker, Connelly, Cavanaugh, Drum, Webb, Beggy Brennen Next Row: Matteson, Strain, Bregenzer, Miss Geyer, Till, Gush, O'Leary THETA PHI ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS KATHRYN TILL, '28 .... ..,,.,. ............,.......... P r efzdezzt GRACE O'DoNNELL, '28 .... Vzce Prexzdefzf MARY GUSH, '29 .,........,...... Recardmtg Secretary MARIE IGNELZI, '28 .......,,.LLL,. A Carlefpofzdzfzg Secretmgf CELESTE BREGENZER, '28 ,.L,...,. .......,.,.........,...,., T remzner MEMBERS Page 224 MARY JANE BEGGY, '29 THELMA BRENNEN, '28 ROSEMARY CONNELLY, '28 MARY DRUM, '29 HELEN IGNELZI, '30 MARGARET LAWTON, '29 PLEDGE RUTH MATTESON, '28 BERTHA O'LEARY, '28 SARAH SCHWERER, '31 VIRGINIA STRAIN, '28 RUTH WALKER, 'SO MARGARET WEBB, '29 JEAN CAVANAUGH, '30 FACULTY MEMBER ELLEN M. GEYER ct' '- SQ 2' 1929 GWL ' -1- 1' . ' -2 .99 ' 'Q a S HETA PHI ALPHA was founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, by Amelia McSvveeney, Thelma Giladay and Mildred Connolly, and has spread rapidly through colleges from Syracuse to Southern California. The founding of KAPPA chapter at the University of Pittsburgh is annually celebrated on May 4 by a formal banquet. The local chapter maintains a scholarship fund for the most Worthy Pitt girl entering Medical School. It is given in honor of Margaret Enright, a member of THETA PHI ALPHA, who died in her Junior year at the University. V l Q ' J Page 225 I Top Row: Shillito, Myers, MacK0wn, Beck, McKee, Keating, Shoop, Barncord, Reeser, Wagner, Royce, Edwards Next Row: Coster, Bailey, Buente, E. Goedecke, A. Goedecke, Maneval, Vujnovic, Bean ETA TAL1 ALPHA CHI CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS ANNE GOEDECKE, '28 C,., ,. ,C.CC,.,,..C.,.....C,. .,,........ P refident DIANA XTUJNOVIC, '28 o..4ooooo Vice-Prefidefzt KATHERINE MANEVAL, '30 E.... ..,....,. S' ecretmgf ELIZABETH GOEDECKE, '29 ,..... ,,II,,.,...,.......,,. ...... T 1 'eamrer MEMBERS v FLORENCE BAILEY, 29 FREDA BARNCORD, '28 NOKAH BEAN, '28 THELMA BUENTE, '29 HELENA COSTER, '30 RUTH EDWARDS, '28 VIRGINIA KEATING Page 226 , '30 ELIZABETH WAON Q' kj MARGARET MACKOW'N, '29 CATHERINE MCKEE, '30 ALBERTA MYERS, '30 MARY REESER, '28 CHARLOTTE ROYCE, '30 NAOMI SHILLITO, '30 DORIS SHOOP, '28 ER, '30 1929 'nv :s.'.f'5?'1-" " " fsravtg' 'ws 4- 'eii P42 .mi K-.. ,-at ana. in Z A -'fn ,Ag I Lf.. E5 Q5-MILS 5.3 ..- , , ug.:- . . ff. wfcf 555593 " -flu? ETA TAU ALPHA was founded at Farmville, Virginia, in 1898. Chapters were readily organ- ized throughout the south, but not until February, 1912, when a charter was granted at Boston University, were there any northern ZETAS. There are now fifty-six chapters with a combined membership of over live thousand. Alumnae chapters are being organized throughout the United States and Canada. CHI chapter was installed at the University of Pittsburgh on November 5, 1915, taking over the membership of the C. I. C. Club. It was the first vvoman's national fraternity on the campus. The honor ring of ZETA TAU ALPHA is given every year by the Pittsburgh Alumnae Chapter to the junior or senior most outstanding in scholarship, activities and service to CHI chapter. 217 N. Craig Street Page 227 all X 1929 HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES QQ' O DRAW a dividing line between a professional and an honorary fraternity is almost impossible. The general basis of classification in the OWL is that given in Bairdlr Mannal, a professional fraternity being considered one that limits its membership to students in some particular pro- fessional school, whether that school be strictly a post-graduate one, or one semi-undergraduate in character. To hold strictly to this rule made it necessary to shift some fraternities, commonly accepted as honorary, into the professional field. For example, Beta Gamma Sigma and Pi Lamhda Theta, although they call themselves honorary, are listed as professional. Beta Gamma Sigma is open only to students in the School, of Business Administration, and Pi Lamhda Theta, although listed in Baird'.r Manaal as honorary, is included in the OWL as a professional fraternity, since it limits its membership to women in the School of Education, and does not draw from the whole University. Similarly the Chiron Clnh is listed as a professional fraternity, since only Pre-Medical students are eligible to it. Sigma Delta Chi is placed under the professional heading for much the same reason, its members supposedly having a professional interest in journalism as a career. QQ- LL fraternities, not otherwise classified as social or professional, are included under the heading of honorary fraternities. They comprise a diverse group of organizations, alike in that member- ship in each of them is awarded on the basis of ability shown in some particular field of activity. Delta Sigma Rho, for debating, and the Undergraduate Cap and Gown Clnh, for success in Cap and Gown productions, are illustrative of this class. Whereas professional fraternities recruit their members from particular schools, honorary fra- ternities draw from the whole University. Membership in any one of them is a recognition of ability, a reward for achievement. INDEX OF HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Profeffional ' Alpha Chi Sigma ...... ...........................,.......,..........,,..................................... ....... .......... 2 3 8 Alpha Kappa Psi ......... A ,i... ..... .- 240 Alpha Omega .... ,.......... ....... 2 3 O Alpha Omicron ............... ....... 2 46 Beta Gamma Sigma.. ...., ....... 2 47 Chiron Club ...........,.,... ....... 2 48 Delta Sigma Delta ...... ....... 2 32 Kappa Alpha Phi ....... ....... 2 42 Kappa Psi ..................... ....... 2 44 Pi Lambda Theta .... ...... - 249 Psi Omega ................ ....... 2 34 Sigma Delta Chi ......... ....... ....... 2 5 O Xi Psi Phi .... .............. .....,................ ....... 2 3 6 i Honorary Alpha Delta Epsilon .... . .... ........,................ ....... 2 6 O Cwens ............,.............,.... .....,. ....... ....... 2 5 6 Delta Sigma Rho ......... ...... 2 61 Druids ........................ ...... 2 57 Eumatheia ................ ...... 2 58 Honorary Ushers .......... ...... 2 55 Lamba Kappa Sigma ..... ...... 2 66 Mortar Board ................... ...... 2 53 Omicron Delta Kappa ....... ...... 2 52 Phi Alpha Theta .................... ........... ...... 2 6 2 Quax .,..,....,.....................,.....,...,.,............... ...... 2 54 Quill Club .....................,..,......,.,...............,.. ....... 2 64 Undergraduate Cap and Gown Club ........ ....... 2 63 Page 228 Quilt: -ff':l"'Zf,fz"1 1'-1,-f',.1,g.. z 9 CW PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES - A J EAT r , THE MOST PGPULAR GREEK Top Row: Greenberger, Goldberg, Horowitz, Tipper Next Row: Karfunkle, Lonn, Kreiger, Pittler, Zimmerman Next Row: Solomon, Ginsburgh, Lichtig, Contor, Ehrenkranz, Heller JULES H. LICHTIG, '29. ....... . MORRIS SOLOMON, '29 OO....... PHILIP GINSBERG, '28 ,,,I.IIIIIIIIIIv. HARRY I. EHRENKRANZ, '31 IIIII,II. SIMON S. CANTOR, '30 .... ..I,IIII MARTIN HELLER, '31 ..,..., R. GOLDBERG, '31 D. GREENBURG, '31 H. HELLER, '31 L. HIMMELBAUM, '28 H. R. ALEXANDER, '31 W. HARRIS, '30 Page 230 ALPHA QMEGA OMICRON CHAPTER QQ OFFICERS MEMBERS A. HOROVITZ, '31 M. KARFUNKLE, '29 H. KRIEGER, '30 H. LAMM, '28 PLEDGES R. SILVERMAN, '31 M. LEVINE, '32 Q" gl ,,,-..,.......CbV1ncella1' ......,,.Vice-Chmzcellor ZZMEJI07' .......Fimznc2al Scribe ..........5'cribe and Editor ........................Macer S. PITTLER, '28 R. SUSSMAN, '28 M. TEPPER, '32 A. NAUHAUS, '30 M. G. STONE, '30 1929 v""' 349 Darragh Street MICRON chapter of ALPHA OMEGA had its origin in the ODONS CLUB, an organization of Jewish students in the school of Dentistry. OMICRON chapter was chartered December 3, 1920. During the past year the chapter has been located at 349 Darragh street. By far the most important activity of the fraternity during the past year was the testimonial dinner given in honor of Dr. Albert I. Wise, a Pittsburgh dentist, on November 25, at Webster Hall. Dr. Wise was presented with an O. K. U. key on behalf of the University by Dean H. E. Friesell, of the Dental School, at the banquet. He was also presented with a jeweled ALPHA OMEGA key, the fourth man in the United States to be so honored by the fraternity. Page 231 -Ng A A I: ' Q A A' -N Urcimu xx9 A 1 05 9 f f 5 A, 1 A ..,. xAA.A' s AR rv A -WA ,fl-' - A,Q4gjF-'- bx P Al A ,.,,,gAA J, i z ' .A A fa R1 Xe QQ, fs A LH on P fl - ' Ne1S .Il zrvll A H-L.Sco'ft. V F Clafk V ' ffl fs V ,Y LA E- ??.arF5ki fy rj E Shaw H142 Cl I V A A L' FOHWTV 'YV - 4 Z? 2. '1 Page 232 - 44 Ah :QA LCIW71 g Q 1 W A In I N'HefW A A A A 9' MQ A ' x bs: L-: A VV ja- ,-' - X' 27 " t A f' 3 - A 'V s ag? A 1,1 AA xqlb: : V A. K V In t 6 Q A. K A . 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A 4 1 A Q ,1 A . ml, A MDE-V15 D C 5 0 Q. rn xvelli' ' - '-ff it A R CA1-mmf vI'IQMA1id I Vbqql fr A , Q2 A bi 7 E, SQ ' ' A Af P f ' A' .APZAA ,Q f 153 A L bi 51316 4 QQ gp Y A. A., AAA. R A S. Reed Fungi y W 1 ' L,h,g,,f::, 3 A f A 5 Q an F M J A fm ' DOUI'-fr E'HVCu1beft5Op JCOYVQQJ A . lr, .. ' ,lb - ' 'Q 4 - - 'f,' '. 1..",. -' gvg.. A. ,Z gp: -. "'. 73- s . .,'., : ., Q ,-'QI' 1929 ' 1 . :nina w...' mv' G. V. BURNS, '28 v,.....,.. J. H. LOWRY, '29 ......, P. F. MINNICH, '28 ...,.... R. L. KREIDER, '28 ......, DR. A. C. YOUNG ......... J. R. ALTER, '30 W. L. BAILEY, '29 F. D. BRANTLINGER, '28 R. BRIANT, '28 J. BULNA, '30 G. V. BURNS, '28 E. A. BYRNES, '30 G. A. CAMPBELL, '28 J. W. CAMPBELL, '28 H. L. CHALFANT, '28 W. F. CLARK, '30 W. P. CLARK, '28 E. E. COLLINS, '30 J. CORRIGAN, '29 W. R. COWAN, '28 E. H. CULBERTSON, '2 9 241 Darragh Street DELTA SIGMA DELTA SIGMA CHAPTER 4545 OFFICERS MEMBERS A. A. CUTLER, '28 J. C. DAVIDSON, '28 JAMES DAVIS, '30 JOHN DAVIS, '30 R. H. DAVIS, '30 F. DEMOISE, '28 E. S. DERR, '28 F. DOBLER, '30 H. DUNEGAN, '28 . ENGELBACH, '28 E. G. FLINT, '29 L. FONTAINE, '30 O R J. L . E. GILLELAND, '30 . GRIFFLING, '28 J. P. HALEY, '28 I. N. HERSHEY, '29 H. A. HILL, '30 D. C. HUME, '29 F. D. IRWIN, '28 W. T. JAMES, '28 L. A. KEALLY, '30 D. F. KENNEDY, '28 R. L. KREIDER, '28 F. H. LEWIS, '30 J. H. LOWRY, '29 R. W. MARTIN, '30 P. F. MINNICH, '28 J. F. MULLIN, '28 T. N. MURPHY, '29 P. F. MCCRACKEN, '28 C. E. MCMILLEN, '30 L. H. NELSON, '28 ."'u rj' 5: : ..,,:,,' . , . I. . ................Pre.fzr!e1zt .......Vice-Prefiderzt ..........56CI'6l'6ll'jl .........TrmJ1nfer ..,,....Depmfy M. E. NICHOLSON, '28 K. L. GSBORNE, '28 L. W. PATTERSON, '28 C. M. PETERS, '28 H. RALSTON, '29 H. E. RAMSEY, '29 H. E. REYNOLDS, '28 A. SALATA, '28 P. E. SCHAMING, '30 H. L. SCOTT, '28 R. R. STAYER, '29 W. S. REED, '28 E. L. TRUHAN, '28 M. URAM, '30 R. D. WELLS, '28 C. H. WASMUTH, '28 Pag 233 2' , g g rf x r s '- , 2.3 ' , .V f -Q lb -:gi 2 Qx s .,.1 A' pg ,e-r1 S 1 '-.35 sm Y gr, r . V ., .,.,., 9 Ng, ' ,gf Y :house V W X W J ' ' R6 S' g R -wv,,,Ee,: ,A 'W w - .L my lj 5 . femmn Q N b,,, l 5, A W . fir A 6 4 . f ,, l 1 '1 t W Q. T .Zi 5 E f S I , Q5 gf? crimuxxe 'fflcmqivsbe Af 4 F PMR I ,Ms ,L 91 sp:-:Aa S '95 QENNXHB . lL"'awE,,, g it X " Q , Q 'Q , X rNvbU'Ar,xKx 1 X 9050965 M ,kc Q- V X a J' Q -fanny, l 3 Q E Home :X f ' - , c 55' ' 0 w,wA -faq, QQSGEU elif , Q Q . skew 'S C , 'J . . " 5 Woo l Rrrfel' :.. S fs, , is ' '- , r N Y 'iff ' ,fz,.- f ll-:. ji 7 nv ' a., sp Q r r Q M4 l : -' I -L x,.., f l 5 I 1. .P , g 'A J f-:- 6 EN' rn S5 f. fb A Q1 ff' , Q' S If a We QS, 3 , Q91 :Q 73 , 0 Q 11, g Q 45556 ' f n n r 'fm L50 aww 4 g a ' E Q a-4 A JUNIOR MASTER, ,G 1 TREASURER, X . L5 x .H A, X 3 - - ,X I I - 7- ' , I9 ll so Q A fa 4150. ox! ,V -a 8 r . . .1 'P Q -A: SECRETARY House MANAGER 'X ?t'n,, A ' 4, 9 - , I .,, 1 'I . '40 V 1 A 01, K as ,Q AABOOTVX .-1 JB' ec rw tx 6, -,X 1 3 5 t fuss Q C, Q xv ff l Q " ' C DPNX Cf 'Ja -, , or fl! PITTSBURGH " , ,,, i, . QQ"-fvfnv N . 5 U daft Q Q 'Y aawwsoe 9 Gig HNIA Q' R-0-cg N" , "Jessi-4'J 1 X A ' " ' Q - 6- il ' Q-'f v- 55,4040 5 , J , . -44NMAn6 'Mar ' W Q' is f 5' ' '5 N is M EGF? A it Qaunuounisl 5 ' aqfi-mnesf " fl 9"-mnser-"4 "l"'5"""p ' , S 65' ,gg as A f gb S l - S a PX .t at '54 " ' A - -f +3 N 5 . W, ,A A ,S jx, , . , . " Q 5 ELFXAQE "' Pe I 4: 4 -' ' e g V 'Ny A K . 4 " 'X ', 'Q-4cAtw'P Q f " ', W .Play sf '60s .--XX A , Y QQ ,g f MgvwN...s+'i, S 'mf Y 5' ' 2' Gila f s 2 l -A fir " Q 43' omm -N ,l -f . , u a.r't'C9+ 471 ,oweg 4 4-fAc.nc8'AP+ S' X E V+ we , , Evlyv- is SLQLJM 4EF7 SI OMEGA national rofessional dental fraternit was founded Ma 12, 1892, at Baltimore, 7 yr Mar land. Nu cha ter was installed at the Universit of Pittsbur h March 2, 1897, and to-da Y IS the largest actlve chapter of PSI OMEGA, hav1ng an enrollment of seventy-two members and six pledges. The chapter is represented on the faculty of the Dental School by forty-one members including Dean H. E. Friesell and "Jock" Sutherland, head football coach. e 234 .Q sl Pug 1929 E. C. HASSENPLUG .,., D. M-. EDWARDS ....,.. H. I. ARNETT ........ H. D. COSSITT ......... J. C. DAVIS J. ACKERMAN M. BELL V. BEST, JR. A. BOOTH F. CROUSE D. CRUMPTON N. CUMMINS I. ARNETT S. BENNINGHOFF H. D. COSSITT V. R. CHANNING E. L. ANDERSON W. T. BACKUS F. G. BOLTON N. DOYLE H. D. FORD R. B. GASKEEN J. F. GEARHART W. P. HOBAN H. E. HENRY E. JONES J. B. CUNNINGHAM E. C. HASSENPLUG W. C. HOLTER F. E. BOYERS R. CALLAHAN D. M. EDWARDS G. M. FLANNERY PSI OMEGA NU CHAPTER MEMBERS SENIORS J. P. JONES D. E. KLINGBEIL E. F. LALLY J. B. MEHAEFEY P. T. MCGEE W. MCGILL J. K. MIERLEY JUNIORS W. V. LYON T. F. MCBRIDE U. R. MCCOY C. C. MCMINN FRESHMEN L. H. HOLDER P. R. KAPP H. W. KINTER W. V. O'NE1L PLEDGES W. M. CURRY, '30 K. GRAEF, '29 R. G. DOEHAL, '30 A. D. HILTY, '30 si-2 x Ll' XS-,.-5 ..........Gmna' Mafter ..........jzmi0r Mczffer ...............TrmJurer .............S'ecremrj1 C. H. NELSON C. L. WOODWARD J. L. F. O,LOUGHLIN E. W. PAUL A. R. PECHAN T. L. ROHM P. E. SARGEANT M. V. MARTIN C. R. MARSHALL E. M. SHIRING R. L. SPHAR H. G. SCOTT G. E. TODD J. E. WITTEK D. C. WILSON . B. SLOCUM L. M. MESSNER J. A. SCANLON W. WALKER R A. B. STEWART C E H. M. ORUM R RHODES L. G. THOMAS G. S. WOOD W. P. KING,JR., '29 A. RICHARDSON, '30 G. WILSON W. G. WORSTELL M. D. WALLER T. W. WILSON Page 235 GPX I X V F . kwa, v "ul ' ' ,R ff , I , ' ' 3 " , P if ' -. 3 1 I 2 . r, P . ' f ' Cf.. ar" V , . 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V l ' l . seen:-nav Q gg' mwsc'-ll Q. ' , , X5 ' f wg-I Q-3 jg, V 3' l . J V-1' A K , -. ' JRL GIVNDHIN it J lk Q ' r NAIDLD SNUVIDIN t U 8 , . 'If Q' i ' J H n t A Patent 1 .J rvemn 'Ay HUN4' pw saws v an .1 nvoosr-1 J, S rmwa . ,a"' It A f 'ii Vi 'nf .' 3 ,, , ' aa 'Sli 8 X A lists. 5 ' . '. ST' ' ,iff ' ' ' s , ' 2' tt L L smw R mms """l' i , .lanes-1.4.1 J-emu wsmwa cus- LPHA UPSILON Chapter of Xl PSI PHI was established on the University of Pittsburgh campus in 1923. lt is one of the most active fraternities in the Dental School. The national organization of Xl PSI PHI has a membership of sixty-seven chapters. Those eligible to it are students who have decided on a dental career, and who believe that by organi- zation in a strong professional fraternity they will get a better and more substantial foundation on which to build a successful life. ALPHA chapter is located at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Page 236 ,. ,, f . 1 'v 4 -"f-2 E"'2-'. 1-.,,:--. 115- x 2'-3 if ." .11 '. el 1,:x.r,a 1929 OW L PM W H T. ELLSWORTH, '28 .,....,.. F I SPENGLER, '28 .......... W W. STEELE, '28 ......, E C. NIXON, '28 ....... WM. H. BLACK, '28 FRED H. BROWN, '28 ' WILSON BYERS, '28 GERALD COLLINS, '30 ROBERT F. CORNELIUS, '28 HAROLD DEGRANGE, '29 HAMILTON DAY, '28 FRANKLIN EDMUNDS, '28 THEODORE B. ENGEL, '28 JOSEPH S. FROST, '28 ROGER W. GRIFFIN, '28 DARIUS F. GREER, '28 WM. D. GEORGE, '28 WM. C. GREASEL, '30 WM. D. HUSTEAD, '28 PAUL D. HINDERER, '28 WM. H. HUNTER, '29 HARRY F. HAIN, '28 HARVEY O. HART, '28 LEWIS R. HEISLER, '28 HAROLD L. CRIBBS, '28 rn-ruin jx XI PSI PHI ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER as OFFICERS MEMBERS EUGENE E. LING, '28 GEORGE R. COOK, '28 J. B. MARTIN, '28 HOWARD R. MCCALL, '29 JOHN R. MCCONNELL, '28 EDWARD C. MCMULLEN, '28 FRED NELAN, '28 JAMES A. PERIFANO, '30 ALTONJ. ROTH, '30 WM. RIDER, '28 RALPH C. SCRAGS, '28 , HAROLD E. SNOWDEN, '28 L. C. SMITH, '29 FRANK P. STEWART, '28 EDWIN A. SAEGER, '28 LEWIS M. SMYLIE, '28 GEORGE V. TIDBALL, '29 GODFREY A. TRESCHOW, '28 ARTHUR W. VASEINDER, '28 FRANK C. W. WENTZEL, '28 FRANCIS E. WIBEL, '28 .v' u ..L:v 1, ,.-.,,--.,:n, '.Qf'-." -un-."'., . -.'f. .n' f, l . - 7.,.. ' 'V .,.'. I . "V ...................PreJidefzt ..........Vice-Prefidefzt ................5'ecrefmj1 ............Trea.rmfer WM. H. WALLS, '28 WM. R. YOUNG, '28 HAROLD L. WILLIAMS, '28 JOHN M. WOODWARD, '28 HOWARDJ. YODER, '28 WM. R. ADAMS, '30 CLAUDE W. HENERY, '29 CLARE C. MARSHALL, '30 JOHN M. PEARCE, '30 CARLOSJ. SAPP, '30 JOHN JONES, '28 PHILIP SILVIS, '28 F. R. KNAUB, '28 A. L. HUNTER, '28 HARRY JONES, '30 KENNETH K. NIPPES, '31 PAUL L. PARSONS, '31 WM. W. PATTERSON, '31 RAY WAREHAM, '30 DONALD A. WEIHL, '30 Page 237 'Q' I Top Row: Deeds, Nicholls, Waugh, Dixon, Cooper, Thayer, McKinnis, McCormick, Landolt Next Row: Robinson, Howes, Donaldson, Ebrey, Haas, Thomas H. C. DONALDSON. ..., H. E. ROBINSON sssso.s,os M. K. HOWES ,..,.l.... . G. O. EBREY ......s,. E. G. HAAS ...l,ls I. H. MARSHALL... E. S. NICHOLLS .......,, ALPHA CHI SIGMA OMEGA CHAPTER S. M. COOPER S. S. COOPER R. DEEDS W. R. DICKSON T. FOSTER G. R. V. GRIFFITHS Page 238 HAROLD BECK flvffy OFFICERS MEMBERS CYRIL HIAYWARD WM. A. KNABLE G. L. LANDOLT R. B. MCKINNIS W. W. H. MCKORMICK W. E. L. MEADOWS PLEDGES WM. RODGERS Q' 'I l ...........,.M:zJ!er Alcbemift ,.......Vice-Master Alcbefnift ......,.MaJter of Ceremonies ...,.,..,...,,.I,,.I,,R6C07'd6l' H. MUNGER G. N. SMITH V. R. THAYER H. THOMAS A. WAUGH .........TreaJzz1'er ...........Rep0rtef H iftomzfz 250 Bellefield Avenue ALPHA CHI SIGMA OMEGA CHAPTER 'QQ LPHA CHI SIGMA is a national organization whose members intend to make some branch of pure or applied chemistry their profession. It originated as a local fraternity of the same name at the University of Wisconsin in 1902. Since then forty chapters have been added. OMEGA chapter was instituted at the University of Pittsburgh in 1912. Since 1918, the chapter has occupied its present house at 250 North Bellefield Street. L- sl Page 239 SMXRX 1 S9 N ft Top Row: Stadtlander, Detch, J. O'Bryan, Emery, Conway, Fleming, Next Row: Miller, Newell, Weimer, F. Arens, Seale, McLean, Zeigler, Nielander, House Next Row: VanZandt, Parker, V. Arens, Edmundson, Wunderly, Hobbah, E. O'Bryan, Cramer, Batchelder ALPHA APPA PSI DELTA CHAPTER QQ, OFFICERS W. GLENN WUNDERLY eeeeeee eeeee e,..v .eer,.,e P 1 ' efidezzt REGINALD V. HOBBAH ,...,, Vice-Prefidelzt THOMAS W. LANGFORD ....... .......,, S ecremfgf W. RALPH EDMUNDSON ...... .....,. T mzmrer EDWARD A. O'BR1'AN.. ----... Ritzmlift BAYARD R. VANSANT .... ....... Chaplain B. ARTHUR DERBY ...... .,..... W fzrcierz MEMBERS WILLIAMJ. ALBERTS WILLIAM A. HACKER CHARLES G. MOOREHEAD H. VICTOR SEALE FERD C. ARENS HOMER HILF GEORGE A. NEESHAM FRED H. STADTLANDER VERNE E. ARENS RENARD E. HILLYER WM. A. NIELANDER CLARENCE D. WEIMER FRED S. BRYNN ROBERT G. KEISTER WALTER E. NOSS JAMES WITHERSPOON EARL D. CONWAY E. DEANE LYNCH WILFRED C. PARKER G. ALBERT WITT THEODORE F. CRAMER BENJAMIN G. MCGREW WILLIAM PFLAULI NORWOOD E. WUNDERLY FRANK EYERLEY THOMAS W. MCLEAN FRED C. ROTZOLL EDWIN ZEIGLER CROSBY G. GARDNER SAMUEL D. MILLER JOSEPH R. SCHROCK FACULTY MEMBERS A. L. ASHBY R. D. AYERS C. C. SHEPPARD D. G. SISTERSON HONORARY MEMBERS A. B. WRIGHT T. HOLDSWORTH JOSEPH CONRAD Page 240 NL-2-'Q 'J.':1 311 1: 1 AF. .- ,- .'.'.' 1 Y' . " U ., ALPHA KAPPA Psi DELTA CHAPTER QQ' LPHA KAPPA PSI is a professional fraternity in the fields of Commerce, Accounts and Finance for students in the school of Business Administration. It was founded at New York University in 1904 and, at the present time, is comprised of forty-nine chapters. DELTA chapter was installed at the University of Pittsburgh in October, 1912. A subscription of one thousand and forty dollars was made by DELTA to the Cathedral of Learning Fund and formed the first pledge to the Fund to be made by a student fraternal organization. To further the purpose for which ALPHA KAPPA PSI was founded, a scholarship fund has been established yielding an income of one hundred dollars to be awarded annually to the junior or senior of the School of Business Administration attaining the highest scholastic average. Page 241 1 J Top Row: Wolford, Dunn, Long, Reinherr, Lechman, Schwarzel Next Row: Hammel, Mast, Seifert, Richey, Markus, Hockenberger, Meyer LOGAN W. LONG, '28 .e.. .. THOMAS W. DUNN, '28... ELBERT C. LEHMAN, '30 OOAO,OOOOOO CHARLES M. REINHERR, '28 ....... ARTHUR M. SPALDING ..,....... Page 242 CARLJ. HANIMEL, '28 HARRY HOCKENBERGER, '29 WILLIAM H. MARKUS, '28 PAUL D. MAST, '29 APPA ALPHA PHI GAMMA CHAPTER "i5f43f OFFICERS MEMBERS WALTER MEYER, '29 JOHN E. RICHEY, '30 LAW7ELLE RITCHEY, '28 GEORGE SCHVVARZEL, '29 Q' ' sl ........,,.......Prefide:zt ..VZce-Prefideizt ............5ecre!mgf I...........ITrefzIzzrer Faculty Advisor EDWARD W. SEIFERT, '28 CLYDE L. WOLFORD, '29 HOXNARD C. KIDD, Faczzlgf Melfzber KAPPA ALPHA PHI GAMMA CHAPTER 'QQ' APPA ALPHA PHI, national professional fraternity in the fields of commerce, finance and foreign service, was founded at Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., in 1920, in the school of Foreign Service of that University. The local GAMMA chapter, was installed in 1924. The purpose of KAPPA ALPHA PHI is to promote a spirit of fellowship among its members in the School of Business Administration, and to enable its members to survey vocations open in the business world. N' . Q? Page 243 R. L. SINTON .14 -1 gbvxf AE-gig.. 39.31. -' ' .5 5 . . ,, I., .g.- .' c - xx xx I wif' ,, I Top Row: Williams, Morton, Heddle, Strang, Corkle, Thomas, Kearney, Steele Next Row: Stokes, Ross, Terry, Mahood, Donbacker KAPPA PSI BETA.KAPPA.CHAPTER Pclgf F. B. CARROLL E. P. DONBACKER P. A. DONNELLY W. EDWARDS L. H. HAGMAIER J. KING J. KEARNY W. F. KNOBLE EQEEWEU? 273:-ZPJITQQ Wmgwmgr 3:05335-JU gm' LA5O'3?3'f7l --W gg1EQwww Eew Qvigi 22 wg? Fs:5s55 Z F" 5551311 mffi 1::J5:5 EF? GNL mm' Del-I-5? Omg LTI W I Z 5 O U15 3'TJ Z 5 5 E 0 wi 500 S 2 1 E ww? A A Egg 290 E59 S55 Z 55 . fcfm EWDW 0 UQQI: VPU 47402 555 U3 QHQH ECE? H525 LTJOWL-1 EERE cw W gz FF. . gzgww u-ISE 5F12 Ea' T C .MCNAMEE T. .MIDDINDORF R W. PAULEY J. A. PRATT R. A. SAXTER A. EVANS L. R. MAHOOD G. L. SAXMAN PLEDGES BELL COCHRAN HEDDLE SYLVAGNI THOMASSY BOURNE DUDLEY MITCHELL - :E xg:-in Q I 4' le Regent .........VfC6-R6g67Zf ............S'eeretmg1 ..........Treez.rurer .. ...,..................... Claaplezzn H Lrtariezn Delegate to Grand Council E. W. STALEY F. STEELE S. B. SUDJIAK I-I. C. TAGMYER R. W. TAYLOR J. N. THOMAS J. A. TOWNSEND T. VOLKER O. E. WIEGLE G. WILLIAMS J. U. YOUNG THOMPSON WAGNER I v3 owl. 258 Belleiield Avenue KAPPA Psi BETA CHAPTER 'QQ' APPA PSI pharmaceutical fraternity Was founded at the Medical College of Virginia on October 25, 1879, becoming the first Greek letter society to be established in Pharmacy Colleges of the United States. KAPPA PSI is strictly a pharmaceutical fraternity and limits its chapters to colleges of Pharmacy holding membership in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. At the present time there are sixty active members in the University of Pittsburgh BETA chapter. KAPPA PSI is governed by "Alpha Chapter", or the Grand Council which has met in annual conventions from 1879 to 1908, and since then bienially. During the interim between sessions the administration of the fraternity affairs is in the hands of the Grand Officers. The provinces meet in biennial conventions on the alternate years from the national conventions. Page 245 Top Row: Braden, Stewart, Crane, Hockensmith Next Row: Hallock, Bradshaw, Brinker, Horner ALPHA QMICRON LPI-IA OMICRON is a professional fraternity in the Schools of Engineering and Mines founded in 1913. Its prime purpose is the recognition of Scholastic attainment, although service to the University is a Secondary consideration in the election of members. Those eligible to membership in ALPHA OMICRON include the highest man, Scholastically, in the Sophomore Engineering or Mines classes, the highest one-eighth of the Junior Class, and the highest one-fourth of the Senior Class. OFFICERS E. B. BRADSHAW, '28 sss...sss t.ss,sttsssss..si.ssssssss. issssss.,.,.ssss P 1' widen! WILLIAM BRINKER, '28 ..LLLL..L ........LLL.,,. V ice-President WILLIAM HORNER, '28 ,..,LLL,L, ..L.,,LL,LLLLL,LL.LLL,LL ,,..,... S e cremzgf-Treazfzzrer MEMBERS J. W. BRADEN, '28 W. D. HOCKENSMITH, '28 L. MEERMANS, '28 M. D. CRANE, '28 M. MACGOUGH, '28 W. STEWART, '28 FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. F. L. BISHOP E. G. HILL E. R. RATH J. W. HALLOCK L. C. MCCANDLESS PLEDGES .PAUL R. FISHER, '28 ROBERT PERRY, '28 RICHARD SNYDER, '28 WILLIS A. HEATH, '29 , ALBERT Cr. PIEMME, '28 KENNETH A. TAYLOR, '29 PAUL G. HETZLER, '28 PAUL C. RIFFLE, '29 RALPH H. THEOPHILUS, '29 M. W. LEWIS, '29 WARREN M. S. RILEY, '28 JAMES BATES TINKER, '30 HAROLD W. WAMHOFF, '28 Page 246 sl Top Row: Ayars, Wilson, Jones, Spaulding, Blackburn Next Row: Markus, Reinherr, Rothenberg, Arens, Feldstein BETA GAMMA SIGMA BETA CHAPTER as OFFICERS HENRY E. ROTHENBERG. .... . CHARLES REINHERR ..,........ CHARLES SCHERMER ........ VERNE E. ARENS WILLIAM C. ARTHUR . ROBERT D. AYARS RAYMEOND BLACKBURN MONTFORD JONES HOWARD C. KIDD MEMBERS LOUIS M. FELDSTEIN KENNETH S. WILSON FACULTY MEMBERS VINCENT W. LANFEAR J. LLOYD MAHONEY DEAN LOUIS K. MANLEY FRANK W. MARSHAHLL ....,...I.,....PreJzdent .I.........Vice-Prefident ecremry-Treaxurer WILLIAM MARKUS JAMES C. REED 'CHARLES I. REITELL G. S. SHRAMM ARTHUR M. SPAULDING CLARENCE L. VAN SICKLE J. GILBERT QUICK ETA GAMMA SIGMA, national honorary economics fraternity, was founded February 23, 1913. BETA chapter, established at the University of Pittsburgh in 1920, is one of the most important honoraries in the School of Business Administration. The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment in all phases of business activitiesg to promote the advancement of education in the science of businessg and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practices. Only qualified members of the junior and senior classes are eligible for election to BETA GAMMA SIGMA. . Pay V4 247 GW' 1 xx W' f I Top Row: Lewis, Cullen, Neal, Delvicchio, Temple Next Row: Bachman, Gurley, Hamilton, Bradley, Wallace, Benkert Next Row: Barnett, McLenahan, Schaub, Fisher, Sanford CHIRON CLUB 'QQ HE CHIRON CLUB was founded in 1922 for the purpose Of stimulating and fostering interest and knowledge in medicine. It is composed of pre-medical students selected On the basis of Scholarship, character, and participation in student activities. The CLUB is the outgrowth of various pre-medical organizations that have been in existence from time to time since college work was made a prerequisite for entrance into the Medical school. At the present time plans are being formulated for the expansion Of the fraternity into a national Organization by its union with similiar pre-medical Organizations in other colleges and universities. OFFICERS JOHNJ. SCHAUB, '29 r,.,rrr,ri,,,,.,,,,,i,,,,i,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,irr,,,,,,,,,,,i ..,,..,,.,,.,,. P 1' widen! T. MORROW MCLENAHAN, JR , '29 .... C... ,.,... V 2 ce-Prefident W. E. B. FISHER, '28 ............... ........... . ., ..u............. .Yecretafgf FREDERICK SANFORD, '29 .......... ............................ T rmmrer WILLIAM C. BARNETT, '29 ...... ..... C orrefponding Secretmgf DR. A. B. WALLGREN .......... ..,,,,..,.......,....... ........... F az Clllfjl Advifor ' MEMBERS WTIERS ADAMS, '30 LAWRENCE BACHMANN JOSEPH BENKERT, '30 LAWRENCEJ. BRADLE JOHN K. CULLEN, '29 Page 248 Y JACK DELVICCHIO, '29 LYCURCUS GURLEY, '31 RICHARD HAMILTON, '31 PAUL LEWIS, '31 FRANK MAHONEY, '31 ROBERT WALLACE, '29 HONORARY MEMBER DR. G. C. WEIL 'I ,':.Ei7- R A t:Z'--. ff, . -. ,.:' gn. S 1.-.'.m:'L...T,-,L . ."'?'-. W' I '. p al'. ' Q' ' 'e:..--1 JAMES MCMICHAELS, '28 VICTOR A. NEESON, '28 ROLAND NEAL, '31 PAUL RANKIN, '29 CLAUDE O. TEMPLE, '29 xxxw 1 X XS 1 M Hillard, Koch, Reeser PI LAMBDA THETA DELTA CHAPTER Q56 I LAMBDA THETA, national honorary and professional fraternity for Women in education, has chapters at the leading Universities in the country. Its active chapters consist not only of ,undergraduate members, but of members actively engaged in teaching. DELTA chapter has for its aims the encouragement Of high scholarship, Of a high standard Of professional ethics, and of graduate Work in education. OFFICERS LUCY MCCARTHY .tt,t.t,,,. ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,ttt, ..ttt.uttu..tu P 1' eridefzt LUCILLE O'DONNELL ...r., ttttt V ice-President PHILLIPINE JOHNSTON ,,,,,,, ..,...uutt S ecremrjf CARRIE WYLIE t,,,,,,,,r,r,,r ,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,tt tt..,. T 1 'EfZJ'Zl7'Fl' MEMBERS MARY ANDERSON HANNAH BECHTEL LOUISE BLESSING ROSA BLESSING LAURA BRAUN ANN CAMERON JESSIE CAMPBELL DEBORAH CARTER ROSE CAULFIELD ADELE CONLEY MAZIE COOLEY GRACE COURTNEY KATHLEEN DARRIN ARDESTA DUFFEY IRENE ECKLES ESTHER ERICKSON EMILY EVANS JOSEPHINE MARSHALL MARGARET PEDERKIEVICH HELEN MAXWELL REBECCA FINE KATHERINE FOULKE HENRIETTA FRIETLEY ESTHER GEIST MARY GRAFFIUS MILDRED GUINEY LEWIS REGINA HAGGERTY LABRIDA HANBY CATHERINE HOERR GPALRAE JOHNSON THERESA KAHN OLGA LOHSTOETER MARY LOOSE ANGIE MARSHALL NELL MAXWELL JANE MCKENZIE DELLE MCMEANS GRACE MILES MARGARET MOORE LAURA MOYE SARA G. PALMER CAROLINE PATTERSON CATHERINE PLASTER ANNA PRENTER MARY RANKIN MARGARET E. V. ROCHE CORA Ross MABEL SCHAR EDNA SCHLEGEL ROSE SCHORR SOPHIE SCHRAMM ROSE B. SILVERBLATT MYRA SIMPSON CATHERINE SOFFEL HELEN SOHN ROSE STEWART RUTH STUTZMAN ALMA SWAVEL EDNA TAYLOR MARGARET THOMPSON BERTHA TEWINKLE CARRIE L. WI'LIE MX'RTI,E M. WYLIE Page 249 .' - . 'IJ' -.M x....'..l ,-id . . Q.: -.I "'., --.1 .-. q 1,-' -. C 42, .15 I . .A . X l' l Top Row: Isaacs, Pettit, Anderson, Kaiser, Susman Next Row: Maulsby, Recht, Conrath, Kenny SIGMA DELTA CI-II 'QQ- IGMA DELTA CHI, national honorary and professional journalistic fraternity, appeared on the Pitt campus in 1920. The members of the chapter take an active interest in student publications, and edit the papers for the main social affairs, as the Prom Pam Buzzard for the Junior Prom. The fraternity plans on closing the year with its Gridiron Banquet on June 9. The banquet, an invitation affair, will be one of the main features Of Senior Week. OFFICERS HERMAN RECHT ....... tttt tttttt I tttt rtr,...,.,.it.t P 1' e .fident HARRY ISAACS .,.i istt,, I tttt V ice-Prefident MILTON SUSMAN .i.... ,.,, ti.i,.,i..,.. .Sl e cretafy PAUL ZIMMERMAN ......i,t,.,LL. tL.,i,..,.....t , ..Trea.ruref' PROFESSOR W. S. MAULSBY ,..... t,LtL Faculty Advifor MEMBERS WM. NILES ANDERSON WALTER CONRATH WILLIAM EISENBEIS SAMUEL BRAEMER JAMES FUNARO ELIAS KAISER THEODORE MEIER WILLIAM PETTIT PLEDGE CHARLES KENNY Page 250 Q P .l gg' J Q. yr K 'I V Q71 I 1 an xx f' 'Ii -X ' Ni Jig ' Xl . -f f ' , VH, J ,fuuck av. I.- V771 I' f'i5.,'.XV X iffy ! .ixvixf ' .-SM 'fff - Y, . 'I ig x 4'fE'QWxQ 1593" MW Q XM . Q21 W' N - f ' gif, Xxffxx , .X V 5415 XX X Am ,.. ggfql- w ff" ' ' gg? Y, xx I 1 , gg , V -F I N :X : . I ' .1 I ' X Q ' J Page 251 QNX 1 xx"xV Top Row: Brinker, Recht, Quick, Baur, Decker, Wilson Next Row: Lynch, Pickard, Lauler, Kenyon, Kern, Swanson Next Row: Booth, Johnston, Rome, McKee, Arens, Harrison QMICRON DELTA KAPPA GAMMA CIRCLE QQ OFFICERS WILLIAM S. MCKEE L,,L..... ,L,L,,,,,,.,,L,.,,..L ...L...LM,L,,L,, P ff widen! VERNE E. ARENS ..,.....L. .......... I .Vice-Prexidem' WALTER ROME ....L.. ..,.......................................,.... ,,.,L,.. S e czfemfgv-Tremmfer STUDENT MEMBERS VERNE E. ARENS HARRY DECKER JOHN LAULER HERMAN RECHT BYRON BAUR PAUL FISHER D. LYNCH MILTON SAFIER ALLAN A. BOOTH HAROLD A. JOHNSTON WILLIAM MCKEE DAVID STEWART WILLIAM BRINKER B. H. KENYON JOHN L. O'LAUOHLIN GILBERT WELCH WILLIAM KERN VICTOR PICKARD FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION MEMBERS DR. JOHN G. BOWMAN STEELE GOW G. QUICK DR. W. F. SWANSON DR. SAMUEL B. LINHART W. DON HARRISON W. ROME DR. FRANCIS TYSON WILLIAM ARTHER JOHN R. JOHNSTON GUSTAV SCHRAMM E. WILLIS WHITED DR. JOHN ASHBROOK HOWARD KIDD FRANK SHEA C. R. WILSON DONALD BROWN DR. P. V. MCPARLAND ALEX SILVERMAN DR. W. H. WRIGHT DR. H. E. FRIESELL EUGENE R. PERRY DR. B. SUTHERLAND HONORARY MEMBERS ARTHUR E. BRAUN DR. S. B. MCCORMICK JOHN L. PORTER DR. W. HOLLAND DR. C. WALLACE PETTY HOMER D. WILLIAMS Page 252 : gf'-. 'Q ' x 7 NX xxvsx f Top Row: Goedecke, O'Donnell, Matteson, Reeser, McMurray, Thompson, Cashdollar, Morrissey Next Row: Strasler, Koch, Geyer, Cheney, Corman MORTAR BOARD HE purpose Of MORTAR BOARD, honorary activities fraternity for senior Women, is signified in its motto, Pi Sigma Alpha-personality, scholarship, and leadership. The Pitt chapter Of MORTAR BOARD was established in 1923, Succeeding ALPHA LAMBDA NU, a local founded in 1915 for the Same purpose as MORTAR BOARD. The recognition lists Of sophomore and junior women published from time to time by MORTAR BOARD are designed to stimulate interest and initiative Of women in campus activities. OFFICERS DOROTHY KOCH .....,... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,rss,,,,,,,,,., .,,,,,....,,., P r eridem' RUTH CHENEY .........,.,...,s, ,.s,,.,,s V ice-Prefidem' ALMA JEAN STRASSLER ,,,,.,,s ,.,,,,,,.,,,.,.. H Zrrorimz SYLVIA CORMAN .......,,,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, 5' oem! Cbaiwyzmz SYLVIA M. WECHSLER ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,r .Sl e cremfgf-Trmfwer A MEMBERS HELEN CASHDOLLAR RUTH MATTESON MARY REESER ANNE GOEDECKE MARGARET MORRISSEY DOROTHY SHOOP CHARLOTTE MCMURRAY GRACE O'DONNELL RUTH THOMPSON FACULTY MEMBERS THYRSA W. AMOS LOTTE LOEHSTETTER HELEN T. RUSH ELLEN M. GEYER lVlARGARET A. MCCLENAHAN MARIAN SHEPARD FLORENCE TEAGARDEN 9f5fff'.f?35'1rf.4: 1 VIZ? I' "'.":.:' Q Page 253 Top Row: Brown, Pierce, McElroy, Warga, Killingsworth, M. Taylor, M. M. Taylor, Graham, Francis, Cashdollar, Reeser Next Row: Lia, Schucker, Davies, Chitester, H1bee,'Wagaman QUAX 'QQ' UAX, honorary science fraternity for women, Was founded at the University Of Pittsburgh On February 19, 1919. Majors in chemistry, physics, psychology, mathematics, botany, zoology and biology are eligible to membership in it, although none are elected to membership before the end Of their sophomore year. During the past year, QUAX alumnae combined with the undergraduate members tO form the active chapter of QUAX, Officers being chosen from the composite group. Page 254 UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Seniorr MARIAN BROWN GENEVIEVE PIERCE RUTH THOMPSON HELEN CASHDOLLAR MARY REESER DAINE WAUGAMAN HAZEL KILLINGSWORTH KATHERINE SCHUCKER HELEN WIGMAN OLIVE MCELROY DORIS SHOOP ERMA WOODBURN MARY TAYLOR funiorf JEAN FRANCIS BIANCA LEA IOLA GRAHAM JANE SMITH F .il HONORARY USHERS Top Row: Stewart, Schwerer, Stranahan, Meals, McClure, Clark, Bainbridge, Davis, Strassler, Stedeford Next Row: McKee, Matteson, Reeser, Lauler, Koch, McAfee. Johnston 'QQ' HE HONORARY USHERS, juniors and seniors of the University, serve as ushers at the Feb- ruary and June commencements. Election to the body is On the basis Of scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. Each usher, upon becoming ineligible, nominates eight students in the class below him, Or her, as ushers. From the list nominated, the twenty-seven who rank highest are selected as ushers for the following year, thus making the group self-perpetuating. MARY REESER, '28 .,...,.... JOHN W. LAULER, '28 .,..... DOROTHY KOCH RUTH 'MATTESON MARYBELLE MEALS DORIS SHOOP KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE ELIZABETH CLARK DOROTHY DAVIS ALICE MCAFEE MEMBERS Clair of 1928 ALMA JEAN STRASSLER RUTH A. THOMPSON VERNE E. ARENS C. C. GUTHRIE Clan' of 1929 WINIFRED MCCLURE SARAH SCHWERER DUELLA STRANAHAN WILLIAM EISENBEIS DAVID C. STEWART 5.5.2 .......,...........Head Ufloer ...HAII iftfzm' Head Uffoer WILLIAM MCKEE HERMAN RECHT HENRY ROTHENBERG CHARLES SCHERMER J. MILLER GOLD HAROLD JOHNSTON RICHARD SKIDMORE JOHN STEDEFORD Page 255 +1929 Top Row: Griffiths, Keating, Bashore, Merritt, Johnson, Smith Next Row: Berman, Sekey, Kromer, Charlesworth, Austin, Bloomgren CWENS ALPHA CHAPTER QQ WENS was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1921 by a group of Sophomore women in order to give recognition to those women who had distinguished themselves during their Freshman year in scholarship, leadership, and enthusiastic participation in student activities. In May, 1925, delegates from similiar honorary locals at Miami University and Missouri Uni- versity met with the Pitt representatives at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. From this conven- tion grevv the national Sophomore honorary activities fraternity which adopted the Pitt name, the Pitt pin, and made the Pitt chapter the ALPHA chapter of the organization. In 1926 a national charter was granted to CWENS by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. OFFICERS FANNIE MAE CHARLESWORTH ...... .......,..........,..,.., ......,,..... P r efidem' GERTRUDE KROMER ................. ....... V ice-Prefident GRACE AUSTEN ......... ...,....,.. S ecremry HELEN SEKEY.. ..... ...,.....,.........,,.... ....... T 1' emznfer MEMBERS HELEN BASHORE VIRGINIA GRIFFITH MARY MERRITT SYLVIA BERMAN MARY ANN JOHNSTON ELIZABETH SMITH ANN BLOOMGREN VIRGINIA KEATING HONORARY MEMBERS MABEL DEFOREST HELEN RUSH Page 256 .j.j:,.. 4, 'gy.,,... Sul-".' -"'1:"?": --.,:"., ".'- s 91' '-::'.f ff GN.--., 1, '-i"l' dsx 1 X? X OB sv" 9' Top Row: Bowen, Taylor, Shelton, Donchess, Patterson Nect Row: Getting, McCullough, Lindsay, Batchelder, Zehfuss DRUIDS 'QQ BOUT two thousand years ago a religious cult called the DRUIDS, Or followers of Isis, was spread over Central Europe and the British Isles. In the course of time the religious practices and antics of this strange group vvere extinguished, but in 1907 a group Of prominent sopho- mores at Pennsylvania State College decided to revive the memories Of that race. Accordingly the DRUID fraternity was formed, a national honorary fraternity open tO sophomores who have dis- tinguished themselves by service to their school during their freshman year. The GAMMA chapter at the University Of Pittsburgh, besides giving recognition to the most prominent freshman, has set itself a course of service to the school. During the past year the GAMMA chapter met and entertained every visiting football team coming to Pittsburgh, placed football posters on all campus autos before each football game, and through several Activity Smokers, sought to interest freshmen in student activities. - OFFICERS JAMES E. LINDSAY r......i..... ..................,... ..........r..,.. P 1 'efidefzf JAMES B. MCCULLOUGH ......... ....,....... V ice-Prefidefzf ENDICOTT A. BATCHELDER ....... ..,... S 6Cl"6f6Zi1jl-'Tl'6dJ'ZH'6I' MEMBERS REGINALD BOWEN CHARLES EDWARDS JAMES A. PATTERSON LESTER COHEN MILAN P. GETTING JOSEPH SHELTON RUSSEL COMFORT E. COLVIN HASSENPLUG ROBERT C. TAYLOR, JR. JOSEPH C. DONCHESS CHARLES D. HYATT, JR. PAUL E. ZEHFUS :Eff .. Page 257 4-ijfj igj-','2"Qf,., . :J Top Row: Weissberg, Hite, Marston Next Row: Silver, Matz, Beck, White, Elder, Kanarik, Myers Next Row: Guliana, Kromer, Phillips, Dulaney, Buhman C. PHILLIPS, '30, .... ....... . GERTRUDE KROMER, '30 tt..tt. THELMA DULANEY, '30 .,,.,.. Page 258 VIRGINIA BECK, '30 ANNE P. BUHRMAN, '30 NAOMI ELDER, '30 ANITA GULIANA, '30 JAMES HITE, '30 UMATHEIA Qc OFFICERS MEMBERS SYDNEY JOHNS, '30 ROSELLA KANARIK, '30 LAWRENCE MARSTON, '30 THERESA MATZ, '30 VIRGINIA MUSSMAN, '30 .....,.....Pre.rident ..L.,.S.LVice-Prefident . .Secrermgf-Tremurer ELMER MYERS, '30 SAMUEL SILVER, '30 SAMUEL WEISSBERG, '30 ELIZABETH WHITE, '30 LESTER WOLF, '30 Lf: L J 1929 EUMATHEIA QQ' UMATHEIA was founded in answer to the need for an organization whose sole purpose would be to foster high scholarship among Freshmen, and to offer a means of congenial association among students whose scholastic attainment has been outstanding. Student Relations Committee of Student Council announced, late in the academic year 1927, that such an organization would become a reality in the succeeding year. Accordingly, recognition was given at a University assembly, October 14, 1927, to nineteen Sophomores whose quality point average was at least 2.56, Membership scrolls and pins were presented to the students at that time by Chan- cellor Bowman, who briefly explained the purpose of the new campus society. The name originally selected by Student Relations committee was Freshman Hancrmgf Scholastic Society, but this was later changed to HEUMATHEIAH, whose derivation is from the Greek, meaning literally, "good at learning". Page 259 iv . 2 ,--as .. -3 .:l.5A'."7" ' A I L N' Q X X Top Row: Harmeier, Stewart, Dennison, Remensnyder, F. L. Stephens, Watterson, Meermans, Steinbart, W. L. Gage, McKin- ne Kunckle Roose YQ Q Next Row: Wing, H. J. Stephens, Major Mingos, Haver, G. W. Gage, Pearce, Burd, Painter, Swartzel, Thomas, Atkinson, Lieutenant Harter Next Row: Captain Morgan, Major Horsfall, Captain Parmelee, Zimmerman, Schmidt, Hall, Cibula, Benkert, Miller, Ebersole, Marshall GEORGE F. HALL ...,... C. W. BURD ..,.....,..... A. M. CIBULA ......... L. H. MEERMANS ,....,. E. L. SCHMIDT ,..,,,..,,,,,,...,.... MAJOR L. P. HORSFALL ........ A. G. ATKINSON J. B. BENKERT T. E. Canon F. L. EBERSOLE G. W. GAGE W. L. GAGE J. B. HAVER W. HARMEIER Page 260 ALPHA DELTA EPSILON 'QQ CFFICERS MEMBERS K. HINDERER R. S. KUNKEL I. H. MARSHALL F. L. MCFARREN H . B. MCKINNE1' R. S. MILLER V. P. LUPINACCI C. H. PAINTER J. A. PEARCE W. G. PETERSON K. A. REMENSNYDER A. E. ROOSE C. L. SE111 R. B. STANDARD E. W. STEINBART F. L. STEPHENS P. ZIMMERMAN, FACULTY MEMBERS Major L. P. Horsfall, C. A. C. Captain M. Morgan, C. A. C. MajOrJ. D. Mingos, M. C. Captain A. L. Parlamee, C. A. C. First Lieutenant P. L. Hatter, C. A. C. HON ORARY MEMBER ......Prefide11t ......Trea.fzzrer ...W........,............S'ecretmgf - .... Correfpofzdizztg Secretmgf ...............S'0cinl Cbairflzafz ......Faculty Advisor H. STEPHENS K. D. SWARTZEL W. A. STEWART R. H. THEOPHILUS V. F. THOMAS R. S. WATTERSON J. C. WILSON K. A. WING .I 'F Colonel CLARENCE DEEMS, JR., F. A. U. S. A. 35-Eli: 'f x": -"L . f'f".Q Q., 1929 , E 1 DELTA SIGMA RHO Qffbr ELTA SIGMA RHO is an honorary fraternity organized at Chicago in 1906 to encourage sincere and effective public speaking. Its membership is composed of students who have represented their University in some forensic manner. Different from most honorary fra- ternities, it confers no honorary membership since each member must have at some time represented his University in a speaking capacity. The chapter at the University of Pittsburgh was established in 1920. A OFFICERS ROBERT F. YOUNG, '28 ................ ..............,..,,,..... ................ P r widen! WM. NILES ANDERSON, '29 .... ....... ........... V i ce-President ALICE MCAFEE, '29 .................... ................................ ........ S e cretmy-Treafurer ' MEMBERS JANE ELLEN BALL, Grad. ROGER S. HAMILTON, '29 p SYLVIA CORMAN, '28 CHARLES SCHERMER, '28 FACULTY MEMBERS THERESA KAHN RICHARD MURPHY Page 261 " QL :GTI ffl H if ' ' 'f lag lll ill -- Q CTT. a ll 1 Q: 'xxx I1 Q x -' 'F -11921 PHI ALPHA THETA BETA CHAPTER ' 'QQ ' N MARCH 14, 1921, the honorary historical fraternity of PHI ALPHA THETA was organized at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, by Dr. N. A. N. Cleven and two of his colleagues on the faculty of that school, for the primary purpose of recognizing excellence in the study of history Dr Cleven on his accession to the History Department at Pitt brou ht the idea . . , g here, and the BETA chapter was installed on May 14, 1922. At the present time it is largely a graduate student organization. In order to be eligible to the University of Pittsburgh BETA chapter an undergraduate must have at least eighteen semester hours of history with an average grade of at least "B" in them, must not have any grade in any subject below a "C", must have shown a reasonable interest in student activities. The requirements for a graduate student are much the same. To be eligible, a graduate student must have been in residence for one year, must have received at least twelve semester credits of graduate standing of which a minimum of fifty percent must be "A", forty percent "B", and ten percent "C", and must have shown a reasonable interest in student activities. BETA chapter will play host to the national convention of PHI ALPHA THETA on May 11, and 12 of this year, at which time Founders' Day will also be celebrated. Professor W. Oliver, head of the Pitt department of History, is to deliver the annual address at the convention. P ge 262 il ll' QLQ Q Top Row: Issaacs, Dent, Mclntire, Rotenberg, Hackett, Lang, Leiberman Next Row: Hassenplug, Brantlinger, Cupp, Moke, Krugh UNDERGRADUATE CAP AND GOWN CLUB QQ' HE UNDERGRADUATE CAP AND GOWN CLUB of the University of Pittsburgh vvas organized in the fall of 1926 to assemble into a fraternalized group all members of the CAP AND GOWN CLUB who had given at least two years of service to that organizations. It is the Wish of the UNDERGRADUATE CLUB that through the contact of its members with the student body and the faculty of the University that a better and more loyal interest in CAP AND GOWN productions will be aroused. To bring about the accomplishment of such an ideal the CLUB sponsors numerous social functions, including dances, and smokers to which students interested in CAP AND GOWN are invited. OFFICERS JOSEPH W. CUPP, '28 .........,,..,..... i,,,i,i,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,i.,.i..,,,,,ii.,ii P r efidefzt FRANCIS BRANTLINGER, '28 ......... ..,,...i.i V ice-Pzfefidefzf GEORGE MoKE, '28 ,..,..,..........t...... ,.,.,,,,.iii S ecremry E. COLVIN I-IASSENPLUG, '29 ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,...,,, T r mmrer MEMBERS HERBERT DENT, '29 HARRY IsAAcs, '29 JAMES MCINTYRE, '29 ROBERT HACKETT, '28 KENNETH KRUGH, '29 ROBERT MURRAY, '28 C. G. HOPKINS, '28 HARRY LIEBERMAN, '28 HENRY E. ROTHENBERG, '28 ALUMNI ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ROBERT E. BISHINGER DR. CARLJ. Cox WALTER B. EDMUNDSON JOHN R. JoHNsToN Gus A. SCHNABEL W ' 1. Pug: 263 SL-W . - - - . ,S I, f V! ., To ' W I 4 Top Row: Lantz, Hunter, Matz, Brown, Herskevitz, VanTrump, Kusler Next Row: Sandson, Sterrett, Delaney, Broadwater, Wagle, Borland HONORA DELANEY, '28 tttt .L J. ERNEST WRIGHT ,t..,. ,. SAMUEL SANDSON, '28 ttttttt, MARY M. STERRETT, '28 ...... GRACE BROADWATER, '29...... WILLIAM BOLEKY, '31 WILSON S. BORLAND, '29 MARIAN BROWN, '29 JOHNJ. BURKE, '28 BEATRICE CRIPPEN, '29 XHELEN DOBSON, '28 WILLIAMJ. EISENBEIS, '29 UILL CLUB HAEGL RUNE QQ, OFFICERS MEMBERS BELA HERSKOVITZ, '30 STUART HUNTER, '29 HARRY G. KUSLER, '28 EUGENE LANTZ, '29 VIOLA MAGAELSON, '29 THERESA MATZ, '30 ALICE MCAFEE, '29 PF MRS. HILDA HAMMERSCHMIDT, Grad. MRS. EDNA H. MENNE ALMA CARLSON JAMES FLANAGAN PERCIVAL HUNT :kDOwntOwn Division TCarnegic Institute Of Technology Page 26 4 FACULTY MEMBERS FREDERICK P. MAYER WALTER L. MEYERS J. K. MILLER Dk ....,..,..,Cbmzfell0r AL....,.N..,,...V2ce-Cbmzcellor .....LKeeper of the Pmfcbzlzefztf ,,L..,.Warde1z of the Pzmfe ESTHER ROSENBAUM TEDITH RICE SAM SANDSON, '28 SALLY SAEVITZ, '30 JAMES VAN TRUMP, '30 MILDRED WAGLE, '28 BERTRAM L. WOODRUFF, '29 LOUISE ANNE NELSON AGNES M. STARRETT -'ji ' .. I,, .' g-.LI-. -5.2117 :fx 3 .1.-21,3 If " e' sw 1 1929 owl. QUILL CLUB HAEGL RUNE 'Qfibf HE American College QUILL CLUB is a writers' organization, established in American colleges to encourage literary effort and criticism. It is not an honorary body, since every member must, to retain his membership While in college, contribute consistently of original work. At all meetings, manuscripts of different members, are offered for criticism. QUILL, in organization, is non-secret and non-fraternal. Its nomenclature and ritual are based upon the idea of emphasizing Anglo-Saxon culture rather than the Greek. The separate Runes, or chapters, are named after the letters of the Anglo-Sazon alphabet. HAEGL Rune, called after the ninth letter in the alphabet, was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1921, with a local Writing club as its nucleus. H Page 265 3, it A L Nj 2 SJ X ':!!! Page 266 Top Row: Pelensky, Meinz, McGuiley, Judd, Harris, Meehan, DeSantis Next Row: Carr, Bodner, Smetana, Connolly, Koch AMBDA KAPPA SIGMA 'SQ' AMBDA KAPPA SIGMA is an honorary fraternity for women in the School of Pharmacy Its officers for the past year were Miss Smetana, Pre.ride1zt,' Miss Connolly, Vice-Prefidenf and SECFEUZIQ' and Miss Boclner, Treamrer. Miss Carr acted as faculty adviser. MISS MISS MISS BODNER CARR CLEMENS MRS. COLDREN MISS MISS CONNOLLY CONTI MISS MISS MISS MISS MRS MRS 1 DANIELS DESANTIS HARRIS JOHNSON . JUDD KOCH MEMBERS MISS MISS MISS MISS MRS MRS Q MEEHAN MEINZ CONNOLLY PELENSKY . PIEF . SAILBACK MISS MISS MISS MISS MRS SCHMITT SEIGFRIED SMETANA UNDERWOOD . WURDACK I 3 w -- :- 4,.l -asia . 7 - I 1' - - ,- 'L LEE IDHNSTQWN 1929 I ' l lu i' ::!!!. .' ' ' '. ',ga+9,,.,i JOHNSTOWN JUNIOR COLLEGE IoHNsTowN JUNIOR CoLLEoE 'QQ' HE JOHNSTOWN JUNIOR COLLEGE of the University of Pittsburgh is a response to the idea of taking education to the people rather than bringing the people to education. After an intensive survey of various population districts in Western Pennsylvania, the University decided to open its first Junior College in the city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, in the fall of 1927. As a result of a joint agreement between the University and the School District of the City of Johnstown, the School District furnishes the space and equipment for the Junior College, while the University provides the teaching staff and the administrative supervision. The Junior College is located in the splendid new Central Senior High School building at Johnstown, and includes eight classrooms, four laboratories, two ofhces, a girls' clubroom, and stock and storage rooms. In addition, the two large gymnasiums and the two auditoriums of the High School are given over to the use of the College when needed. The College operates under the supervision of the Extension Division of the University and is under the personal direction of Mr. F. W. Shockley, head of the Extension Division, and Dr. F. C. Crawford, head of the Junior College. In its first year of existence, the Junior College had one hundred fifty-three regularly enrolled students, in the different undergraduate schools. The students have already organized a Class Cabinet, a Student Council, a Women's Self-Government Association, the College Players, an Orchestra, a Basketball team, and a Pre-Medical club. Page 269 1 5 Q.. gl 1 Mi Bom T EDJ IJD ST E LLEG CD CDR I LHQ DJ CD ST bl OPI T 5- Pfzgf 270 M v, . AQ? i f 'lf 'J 3, gg .W xr? fs, 62 .vnshupunnaw-ra, . , 4. , Nw- M ,V ' ,Mm ..,.v,-1. 13, : ,. .3 V aww .M -A -' ic" A gggfgifm Q 1. . 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Zinn Seam QZEEOI AEHEN2 M555 E525 FME54 MUEQQ EQEEOM HEEHM ZOSQ EDEANW mzddq .EHMWEIZU 271 Page i if 'lag W ni HA df M- hg-I 1 FACULTY Lx. - 4 .ON r F: , Mr. Asher Isaccs, Instructor of Economics, Mr. H. R. Mayberry, Assistant Professor of Psychologyg Dr. W. E. Badwin, Assistant Prof- fessor of Chemistryg Dr. S. C. Crawford, Head of the College and Assistant Professor of Zoology: Mr. Ford E. Curtis, Assistant Professor of Englishg Mr. Clarke Olney, Instructor in Englishg Mr. R. A. Sheets, Assistant Professor of Mathematics: Mr. J. R. Lovell, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. CLASS OFFICERS Thomas Dixon, Treasurer, Harold R. Price, President, Katherine Lynn, Secretary, Clyde Kishbaugh, Vice-President Page 272 STUDENT COUNCIL Top Row: Mr. Sheets, Faculty Adviser, Lambing. Pardoe, Matan, Reinhart Next Row: McClellan, Lambert, Mattern, Jahn, Heslop, Brickner WOMEN'S SELFGQVERNMENT ASSOCIATION All woman students are automatically members of the W. S. G. A. They act through their officers, who were, the past year, Sara Rhodes, President, Elsa Jahn, Vice-President, Mary Catherine Tross, Secretary: and Mildred Mamula, Treasurer. Page 273 IOHNSTGWN PLAYERS 1,11 ,X ff' Top Row: Mr. Isaacs, Faculty Adviser, Baker, Kishbaugh, Connell, Tross, Baback, Fletcher, Smith, George, Matan Next Row: Huebner, Stiver, Winey, Womer, Reiser, Brukhart, Grabbe, Jahn, Brickner, Neary. PREfMEDIC CLUB Top Row: Lugar, Powelson, Snyder, Dr. Crawford, Faculty Adviser, Reinhart, Roberts, Fletcher, Truscott, Stefanko Next Row: Freud, Huebner, Winey, Kishbaugh, George, Jahn, Baker, Baback, Neary, Schwab Page 274 ,gi V1 if " f e ' X fx 7235 E 51 x ff A .. 5:4111 ,- . . ,efmm s Top Row: Teter, coach, Sides, Stiver, and Brubaker, cheerleadersg Price, manager Next Row: Brickner, Moore, Fondelier, Mattern, Wertz, Gerhardt, Bishop, George, Hatcher ORCHESTRA 4, ,fl . Y .: ff ' so , , 4. af-vm L - 4 . f,,r,,x Top Row: Cuppett, Fletcher Next Row: Benshoff, Sardo, Powelson, Lynn, Barnes, Domer, Oldham, Seidel Page 275 Z gi Page 276 if H I I e:!!!. fi?-1 John K. Graeff and Dorothy Davis leading the grand march at the Junior Prom, the traditional affair of the third year class. It was held in the Ballroom of the William Penn Hotel, February 17, 1928. , 7 .rr If . -a11".'f . - 5 v 2, 'j 56711 ,gf UQ 7. - '-- fe E IUNIORS l.. I I A E ln ' ---.H - A .II SCHOOL GF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Afxyzbf OFFICERS JOHN A. STEWART ..... III..I.. P refidefzt EDWARD L. GOLDEN ,..., .,......, V Zee-Prefidem' FRANK TYRRELL.. III, I.I,. .Y ecremlgf-Trefzfznfer I ,L STATE HALL, the oldest of the campus buildings, was erected in 1908 to house the School of Mines. Today, however, it contains the library, the administrative offices, and is the headquarters for the Schools of Business Administration and Education. PMN 179 . f 1. Jrighk if., L ..' I ., A. v 5., u If' 5:-I ii'-IH: 'I '- -14 gi " -I 2':L'1n.Z f .. I-Leg: ,. , . . . f i 1929 THEODORE W. BIDDLE Crafton High School QA Comptroller Pitt Weekly CSD, Junior Prom Committee, Sec.-Treas. Sopho- more Class, Pitkin Club JAMES A, BLACKHALL Natrona High School, Har-Brack Union High School GKN Pitkin Club ROBERT KENDALL BRINKER Wilkinsburg High School KPFA Ass't. Football Mgr. C1, 2, D5 Pitt Week Committee CD, Soph Hop Com- mittee. ROBERT C. BURTON Schenley High School Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2, 35, Cross Country Page 280 ' w 4 li 'Ni fill, ::!!!. 'sz-1 i-, ---- i -,J mf! - . ..- Ji- .-:', 3 QI Q ' ' :' 1:1 " . ,. .. ,,, ii film-I 'ee CHARLES EDWARD CANTER Schenley High School NED. C. CHAPMAN New Castle High School ITPA Social Chr. Business Ad. School C35 WILLIAM A. CLARK Peabody High School QA Band C1, 2, 35, Symphony CBD, Musical ciub Q23 EBERHARD H. DAU Real Gymnasium St. Johann, Danzig, Germany Cosmopolitan Club, German Club EDWARD DAVID DREXLER Uniontown High School F. LESLIE EBERSOLE Boyertown High School, Midland High School AAE Rifle CID, Band Cl, D, Photographic Editor 1929 OWL CYRIL L. ELSDON Beaver High School ALEX FOX In :I egg! I l . Q l 11 I ,l .:!!!. Q-J M, JOSEPH FRIEDMAN GEORGE R. FRONK Salem, Ohio, High School MICHAEL JAMES GETTO Jeanette High School IIIK Football Cl, 2, 35 I1 I Q g I , nl ELIZABETH GOEDECKE Schcnley High School ZTA, Cwens Sec. Freshman Class, Social Chr. Class C2, IO, Pitt Players Cl, 2, 31 Publicity Chr. Y. W. C. A. CZ, 3D Page 281 aaa - ee m f . l J,' , ....r,9E':! p .1 JIZ"'T If ,Tic :I X 'D-E2 .. H .. .- V o QAWP Rifle Team Cl, 2, D5 Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet CID 1929 J. MILLER GOLD Avalon High School ATA Circulation Mgr. Pitt Weekly C32 STANLEY GRAHAM Freeport High School DONALD S. GWINN Bellefonte Academy TFA Track Cl 2, 33 CHARLES G. HARRISON Mclieesport High School Aff? Interfrat. Basketballg Interfrat. Track Page 282 lg. ll L' Ili w I ll! rfgl -L-, an 17' Iliff . .F kt: 1 talk-Lffiil -ki ROBERT JAHN WILBUR E. KEMERER Norwin High School B. I. KREIMER DONALD F. KURTZ Punxsutawney High School EAE Basketball ClDgBar1cl Cl, 2, 315 Interfrat Basketball C35 HAROLD CRESTON LIPHART Ebensburg High School OANII Track C1, D, Panther JOHN E. LUDWICK East Brady High SchoolgMercersburg Academy SIEBERT A. LYNCH Asheboro, North Carolina, High School OAYII Pitt Players C2, 325 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2, 325 Pres. Pitkin Club C355 Rifle Team C32 Basketball CD JOSEPH MARDER Braddock High School I 4 1 ::!!!. rag 1 1 Q-ff 4' :RITE-ff' L . .4 - . I - 4 Y 5 All-, 3 I ..-:cgi .1. f"2"T :ff if-I ,, x -1 I- 1- .I N' .. -.i 'Lu 5 -- 'f-' T, Q WAYNE MCKEEMIR Schenley High School SX 4.- PHILIP R. MCLAUGHLIN Coraopolis High School QDK Glee Club CZ, 35, Ensemble C255 Sym- phony C3Dg University Chorus C3Dg Newman Club CZD LOUIS A. MICHELSON West Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohiog Western Reserve University GKN THEODORE HERMAN MEIER East High School, Erie En, :AX Football Cl, 2, 3D, Basketball CU, OWL Cl, 355 Weekly CID Page 283 HELEN E. MILLER Edgewood High School KA9 Soph. Hop Committee GEORGE MILLIGAN JOSEPH D. MORGAN Magnolia High School, West Virginia GX IONA KATHERINE MORGENSTERN Dunkirk High School AAE5 IIDXO Page 284 l lli I. I V v 1 1 ll ll, g-Ill .-.... RM-- E-1 55 37' sf! l .1-'7 -L 1 .2: . .1, .2J!L4-1.1 V X-4 -1 ' ,. I. 5 " . 1: ,- .' if' I: , ,4f.e..K 5 WI' L3 R. B. PARANSKY Uniontown High School JOSEPH V. PHILLIPS Technical High Schoolg University of Pennsylvania Pitt Players CZ, 35 WILSON PHILLIPS Peabody High School EX VICTOR W. PICKARD Hamilton Collegiate Institute KEg OAKg Druids Vice-Pres. Student Council C32 Pres. Bus. Ad. Ass'n. Q31 Treas. Interfrat. Council C31 Basketball C125 Track Cl, 2, 3Dg Pres. Freshman Classg Pres. Soph. Bus. Ad. Classg Pitt Week Com- mittee CZD ALBERT C. ROHLAND, JR. Schenley High School QANI' Iunior Prom Committee, Business Staff 1929 OWL, Cap and Gown CD I. LOUIS SAPOLSKY Connellsville High School CPEII DUDLEY S. SAURMAN George School ODI! RUSSELL A. SCHELL Altoona High School BFE Pepper Prize Committee C255 Business Mgr. Pitt Weekly CSD 1 1. v ll l 1 I :!!!. 321 gk, lf -4 5? IRVIN J. SCHWARTZ Allegheny High School HUBERT V. SEALE Farnham High School, Farnham, Que- bec, Canada QANII, AKNI' Business Ad. Assoc. Council C25 HAROLD MYRON SEDER Peabody High School IIJETI5 BFE, Druids Band Cl, 2, 3DgSymphony Orchestra C313 Ass't. Tennis Mgr. Cl, 2, Q, Musical Club Q1, 23 LOUIS E. SENSENICH Norwin Union High School EAE Band Cl, 2, 30 Page 285 -...v, 1 4 TQTZQ,-my 14:2-1-If J L .L -'M H Q , , " 4- -, -l' 1 2 2 4 r W n -H sw fb , ' 3 f " 55 a1.l",:y?"'jwY.. .J "h ' , ' P 1 l JAMESALBERTSHAWY Wilkinsburg High Schoolg United States Military Academy EDWARD L. SHERAKO Plymouth High Schoolg Wyoming Seminary f1JKg Druids Football Cl, 2, Hg Track QI, 25 PAULj.SOUTHARD Summerville High Schoolg Dickinson College KE JOHN E. SPEARS South Hills High School AXA Cap and Gown Cl, D5 Band Cl, 2, 32 Page 286 3- X, I .4 l!l ...- 'Lv ix 1:- .-. FRED HUGH STADTLANDER Peabody High School QAXIIQ AKXI' Business Mgr. 1929 Owng Inter-Frat Basketball Q22 DAVID C. STEWART Harrisburg Technical High School AXAg BFEQ Druidsg ODK Ass't. Track Mgr. Cl, 2Dg Ass't. Football Mgr. Cl, 2, 325 Ass't. Comptroller Panther Q2, 3Dg Pepper Prize Committee Pres. C355 Honorary Usher Q2, 3D JOHN A. STEWART Avalon High School KE Junior Classg Pitt Weekly Advertising Mgr. UD CALEB M. SUTTON Franklin High School OAWP Panther Cl, 2, 3D GEORGE SWARZEL JR. Schenlcy High School ROBERT C. TESH 'f 'l 4 r :HL MARJORIE H. WOLFORD Wilkinsburg High School Y. W. C. A. Cabinet CZ, 3D I Z- fri , I ggy 154 4' X - 5 illeg- i FRANK E. TYRRELL Union High School, Burgettstown SIA SCC.-Treas. Junior Classg Ass't. Cross Country Mgr. CBD5 Ass'r, Track Mgr. CD CLYDE L. WOLFORD Willcinsburg High School KAfID Glee Club Cl, 2, Hg University Chorus Cl, 2, Sjg Pitkin Club fl, 2, 35 Page 287 3 Page 288 ! 3 x Q J ':!!!. The army barracks erected during the great war are now at the service of the University. The building on the right contains geology and chemistry laboratories: the center building refining and metallurgy laboratories for the School of Minesg and the right hand building the University Print Shop, the Carpentry Shop and the Military Storerooms. , -' . l aw 534 i if ': .1 . ,. ::!!!. THE COLLEGE QQ, GFFICERS HAROLD GAFFNEY ,.,..... .....,.... P refidem' FRANCIS SILVERBLATT ,..,..,.,. ...,..... V ice-Prefidefzt T. MORROW MCLENAHAN ,.... ....... S ecremfgf-Trmfzzrer ALUMNI HALL was erected in 1920 as a gift from the Alumni to their Alma Mater at a cost of S750,000. It is the newest of the campus buildings and consists entirely of classrooms and instructors' offices. J isx -2' Page 289 DAVID ABRAMOVITZ Lecchbur High School Pre-Nlediml HAZEL CLAIRE ANDERSON Schcnlcy High School KA Cfvezfzifffly WILLIAM NILES ANDERSON LaPortc, Indiana High School EXQ EAXQ AEPg OAK Editor-in-Chief 1929 OWLQ Pitt Weeklv Cl, 2, 315 Y. M. C. A. Handbook Qjg Debating Cl, ZH, Manager QD Engfiyb E. G. AUPKE Page 290 il Elm In ---.ui -M.,-M ji- ,7' ' l a ir' Q xl, -' X J. A. BAER, JR. Uniontown High School OX Ecafmmirf ARCHER PHELPS BARDES Wilkinsburg High School Pofitjmf .Slcience WILLIAM CARROLL BARNETT Edgewood High School Chiron Club Newman Club Cl, 2D Pf'e-Medical MARY BECK CELESTINE M. BECHTOLD St. Joseph Academyg Seton Hill College Ezzglirb MARIAN K. BENEDICT Schenley High School Debating QI, 2, 355 W. A. A. Bonny JOHN BURDETTE BENKERT New Bethlehem High Schoolg Clarion State Normal School CDAGQ AAE Musical Club Cl, ZDQ Pitt Weekly C31 Editorial Staff 1929 Owr. Eizgfirb CLAIR W. BLACK Ridgeway High Schoolg Carnegie Insti- tute of Technology Mafbefnrzficr ' v I n Ill P ...Q . JOHN OTTO BLUMBERG Jeannette High School Mfztbeznfzticf DAVID BORAK Boys' High School, Brooklyn, New York Cbevziftzjf WILSON S. BORLAND Wilkinsburg High School Quill Clubg Pitt Weekly QD Editorial Staff 1929 Owr. Ezzgfifb LAWRENCE J. BRADLEY Duquesne University Preparatory Schoolg Bellevue High School QIDKg Chiron Club Newman Club Cbemifffy P11 ge 291 ROSALIND L. BRANNING Bellevue High School Pofirmzl Science DAVID BERNARD BUERGER Boston, Mass. Latin High Schoolg Schenley High School EAM Debating C31 Pitt Weekly QI, 254 Panther Q22 Editorial Staff 1928 OWL Spmzixb G. EDWARD BUSCH Munhall High School Men's Glee Club Q2, Hg University Chorus CZ, 3D H Lrfofjf JOSEPH MARSHALL CAPUTO Fifth Avenue High School Page 292 ATA Zoology , 4 gl .aff 5 'ffl' . zfi i , E JL- V-A Q ,- "-I g-:Hr X I -E I: .C-'Y X .-' -gf? FF I 1 ll I ::!g!L f?-I-4 CHARLES CARNEY JOSEPH CATALANO Allegheny High School P1'e-Medical ELIZABETH RAE CHALMERS Clairton High School X52 Collembola Club Cl, 2, 31 Zoofogy CHRISTIAN M. CHRISTIANSEN McKees Rocks High School EH Mathematic: MARY CLAWSON Latrobe High Schoolg University of Richmondg Indiana State Normal School AEA Classical Clubg Italian Club Latin ROBERT J. COHEN Schenley High School HAT Pitt Weekly Cl, 2D Hirfofjf MABLE FLOSSIE COLEMAN Benton Vocational School Treas. Arcus Club Q2, 32 French Club French ORLEAN COLLINS Fifth Avenue High School AKA C. N. C. W.g Spanish Club CZ, 35 Sociology Ja al I I J -1 'R is if I 5 Q E WALTER CONRATH Georgetown Preparatory School EAX Panther QI, ZD, Editor-in-Chief C32 Pitt Weekly CZ, 355 Editorial Staff 1928 OWL Geology JOHN ALLEN CRATTY Schenley High School Cbemimjf BEATRICE MAN DEVILLE CRIPPEN Crafton High Schoolg Grove City College KKI' Quill Clubg Women's Glee Club Cl, ZD, Sec. C31 University Chorus QI, 2, 3D Erzgfiylv JOHN CULLEN Schenley High School Chiron Club E. H. DAVIES Page 293 1 , - A rig I l ::!i2!. MARIE CUSH l VIRGINIA A. DANIELS Latrobe High Schoolg Wilson College BGJA Pitkin Clubg W. A. A. 535, Y. W. c, A. C33 Hiytofjf E. H. DAVIES 1 AGNES E. DAVIS Clairron High School AZ W. C. E. L. GD Mfztbelizirficf , l Przgf 294 l FEL JACK DELVECCHIO Bellaire High School 9KNg Chiron Club Musical Club Q1, 225 Cap and Gown QD Pre-Medical WALTER T. DENNISON Punxsutawney High School omg AAE Politiral .Yciencc HERBERT MYERS DENT Schenley High School Druidsg Undergraduate Cap and Gown ClubgHB Circulation Mgr. Panther CZ, 3Dg:Swim- ming CHQ Cap and Gown QI, 2, 33 Glee Club C32 University Chorus CSD Cbenzirtfjf DOROTHY E. DUFFIELD IIBIIP Girls Glee Club 1929 HOWAND C. DUVALL BENJAMIN S. ELKINS West Newton High School IPAQ Philosophy Club Hiflwy MARY ISABEL ELWOOD Leechburg High School Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, DQ W. A. A.g French Club C35 Librmjf .ference RALPH GEORGE FABIAN Duquesne University Preparatory School Chemistry ,iz I fi ia 'F .: ' '-5 T? A 2 f I I 'Y 1 HYMEL FISHKIN Tarentum High School KN Cross Country QU Pf'e-Medical MARY JEAN FRANCIS South Hills High KKF5 Quax Pitkin Cl, ZDQ Mathematics Club C355 Chemistry Club CZ, 31 Chemimjf GEORGE L. FREY Schenley High School A241 john Marshall Clubg Photographic Mgr. 1929 OWLQ Intcrfrat. Trackg Interfrat Basketball Ecofzomirf ESTHER LOUISE FUITERM AN McDonald High School Latin Page 295 N- 5 . J 1 S IF, E 31 mi? A sd to X L 4 g WILLIAM L. GAGE Parnassus High School QA AAE Rifle QI, 2, Hg Military Ball Committee C35 Clvemiftzjf RUTH A. GARDILL North Braddock High School E KQ9 French PAUL EUGENE GARDNER Aspinwall High School GKN Pitt Weekly Cl, ZDQ Philosophy Club OD Pre-Dental OGDEN D. GENSHEIMER Crafton High School QA9 Physics Clubg Spanish Clubg Cross Country CZD Phyficr Page 296 li Qi' Lllg lil ..lll .-.Ht ?1-as --:ef -y . ,- 5- Q, . , 52?-a ,f l ' ,,: 'f '- EIT QE.: ,Q ,,-.,.. T' JOHN C. GERBER Allegheny High School Band English MARGARET GERMERODT Coraopolis High School KA Pitkin Clubg Swimming Q21 .Ypmzisla FRANCES THELMA GILFILLAN South Hills High School Engfifb ABRAHAM MORRIS GINSBURG Schenley High School Sec.John Marshall Club Q32 Philosophy Club Political Science MARY A. GLUNT Edgewood High School Pres. Arcus Club C31 Mathematic! JEAN LUCILLE GOEHRING Schenley High School, Dormont High School Mathenzaticf LOLA CATHERINE GORGAS Peabody High School IIB42' Y. W. C. A. C31 Economic! O. F. GORIUP I: l ,, I iw fl Tri.-3' ! ,52 3 . 7, y rs? V 4 ., , .,,,: .4.. ' ' '-l ' X 1 V- ,I 1- - .-1 .. - " L . h JILLTL' I: v: WM. K. GROSSETT Munhall High School OAQ Cross Country CZ, 31, Track Cl, 2, 31 Political .fcierzre JOHN ROSS HAGUE Swissvalc High School Aida, OAQ Pirr Players C1, 21, Mgr. C315 Editorial Staff 1929 OWL Englirb ROGER S. HAMILTON Warrcnsburgh, New York, High School, Cornell University AEP Debating CZ, 31 .Slociofogy MURIEL HANSON Clear Lake, Iowa, High School Y. W. C. A. C31, W. C. E. Lg Pitkin Club Sociology Page 297 1929 I IDA M. HARMAN Schenley High School AEA Ezzgfixlv WILLIAM HINES MARGARET ANEITHA HUGHES Woodlawn High Schoolg Westminster College Ljbfeliljf Scmlce GERTRUDE E. IFFT Schenley High School IIBCID Social Committee College Association CD Page 298 H ivory 'L H ' Ill ... ,. 1 1 ' Y" -923' -- L' "fl:-'igiigl ,,1 I - P95953 HARRY G. ISACCS Schenley High School HACIJQ EAX Pitt Weekly Cl, 2, 31 Cap and Gown Publicity Mgr. QI, D5 Editorial Staff 1928 OWLQ Swimming CID Political Science MILDRED S. JUNGINGER Bellevue High School QM W. S. G. A. C35 Zoology ELIAS NOAH KAISER Brooklyn Evening High Schoolg Pitts- burgh Academy imqbg EAX Pitt Weekly Q2, D5 Editorial Staff 1928 OWL Pre-Medical NICHOLAS KALMER JULIA ANN KEHEW Allegheny High Schoolg Swarthmore College KA9 H iftary EDITH KINE Schenley High School Pitt Weekly QI, 25 Engfifb ESTHER RUTH KING Apollo High School AAE W. A. A. Cl, 2, Hg Y. W. C. A. CI, 2, 354 Pitkin ClubgW0mer1's Glee Club Q2, 32 Pitt Players CZ, 31g University Chorus C25 Englifla McKINLEY KING S '- ,EP I' sl I .I I 'S-I I 5 7' 'lil Eff Q.: -' i A ?" L iff -'g:2'sIJ "Y ,z .UL 'f - .. .5 - ESTHER LANDAW Schenley High School 'TPEEQ EKCIF Pitt Players Mo:Ze:'1z Language! ANNIE I. LANNAN McKeesport High Schoolg Pennsylvania College for Women W. A. A. cz. 354 Y, W. c. A. 52, 35g Pitkin Club CZD, Sec. C32 Sec. 1929 OWL Zoology EUGENE LANTZ Juniata High School Quill Clubg Glee Club CI, 2D Ezzgfifb LYLE G. LEE, JR. Etna High Schoolg Allegheny High Schoolg Carnegie Institute of Technology Ezzgfifb Page 299 MARY ROBERTA LEE Wilkinsburg High School AEA. :Ko French Clubg W. S. G. A. French BRESCI R. P. LEONARD Allegheny High School ALBERT GALLATIN LIDDELL Avalon High School JDK Polilitaf Sriczice ETHEL JANE LYON Dormont High School IIJM Y. W. C. A. CZ, 3D Matbematirx Page 300 ll lg In 755 rlfff ,Leg , - ' , if '- .i. .zjzj-:.:'i' jx . -TL Ll ftilif' .- " MARGARET C. MACKOWN Bridgeville High School ZTA ' Pitt Players Cl, 2, 355 Glee Club Q2 University Chorus CZ, 35g W. C. E. L. C21 Zoology RUTH MAJOR South Hills High School IIDM W. S. G. A. C33 French JOHN PAUL MARSALKA Arnold High School Editorial Staff 1929 OWL Hixtofjf IRVINE H. MARSHALL Coraopolis High School AXEQ AAE Military Ball Committee C31 Cbemimjy JESSIE MCLEOD MARSHALL Pitcairn High Schoolg Muskingum College Latin G. ROBERT MATTHEWS WINIFRED MCCLURE Altoona High School AZQ Cwc-:ns Vice-Pres. W. A. A. CD5 Sec. junior Class French AMBER R. MCCOY Wilkinsburg High School KA9 Sec. College Assoc. C31 Sec. Spanish Club CSDQ W. A. A. CZ, 325 Y. W. C. A. Cz, 3D Spmzixfo 1 .I al :I ll 0 1, . . -'!!. 2551 I 5- .M ,Y Q- ffl ggi' - n I- T' i.. I: T. MORROW MCLENAHAN, JR. Schcnlcy High School ATAQ Chiron Club Sec.-Trcas. Junior Class P1'e-Medical MATHILDA JANE MERITZER South High School, Youngstown, Ohio CDES Hixtafjf HELEN J. MILLER WILLIAM JOSEPH MILLER Peabody High School Zoology Page 301 ADELAIDE MILDRED MILLS Carnegie High Schoolg Westinghouse High School X12 Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 Pitt Players Cl, 2, 35 J. M1s1cK HARRIET ELEANOR MORDEN Greensburg High Schoolg Western Re- serve University Engfiib EMIL CHARLES OBERSON South High Schoolg Western Reserve University Pitt Weekly Cl, 25g Musical Club Cl, 254 Symphony Q35g Editorial Staff 1929 OWL Page 302 Cbflllffflj' -1 -G Y. MORRIS OSTROFSKY Lancaster, Ohio, High School Avukag Pres. Physics Club Clwmimj' ALICE ELLA OTTO Wilkinsburg High School AAA W. C. A. CZ, 355 Mathematics Club Mfzthrmaticf CLARK HOWARD PAINTER Butler High School HPAQ AAE Palirical Science ANTHONY G. PALAMONE Peabody High School AQUA History if' FRANCIS C. PARKER Bellevue High School College Editor 1929 OvvLg Pitt Players Tech. Staff C2, 3D Cbemimy FRANKLIN PARSON Wilkinsburg High Schoolg Pennsyl- vania State College ZAE Track CD5 Pitt Week Committee CD4 Junior Prom Committee Palificaf 5'L'i6'7ZC6 MARY ELIZABETH PEARSALL Peabody High Schoolg University of Washington BCIJA Pitkin Club Efzglisrb WILLIAM C. PETTIT Schenley High School SAX Pitt Weekly CD, News Editor CBDQ Pitt Panther C31 Englifb I l ::!!!. .Fay Q.. L, i 7 7, I ' -G i f St. Pitt ROSE MARIE PINK Pires High Schoolg Pittsburgh Academy Pf'e-Medical JOHN A. POSTNER St. Vincent Preparatory School QKN Clvenzimj' IRENE RAVITCH Schenley High School Weekly CZD, Feature Editor C355 Panther C335 W. S. G. A. Liberal Club f0I!1'I'Zr7ffJ'lI2 and Efzgfifh 9 WILLARD D. RAY Kellettville High School A2119 Hiffozjf Page 303 LILLIAN INA REED Quincy, Massachusetts, High School AZ Spanish Club .Yptznirb LOTTIE C. REICH Norwin High School QVV Engfirb JOSEPH EDMUND RICCI Clairton High School AKIDA Italian Club Social .Yriezzre HARRY J. ROBB Peabody High School Swimming Q1, 2, D, Track Cl, 2, Blg Cl7Fl72f.ff1j Page 304 171 li 'L - --A 1. i 1 l '11 49 . WV I 3 l 2- -o.' . . ,..' 5-" 1- 'C fa :- w 1 ' A ' .A ,, txliiff FP tiff Li LILLIAN ROSENBURG Westinghouse High School A1341 French ROBERT ROY Juanita High School, Altoona High School KE, Druids, Chiron Club, Spiked Shoe Student Council QD, Track Ql, 2, 35, Pres. College Association CBD, Cross Country QI, 2, 354 Pitt Weekly Q2, 31, Editorial Staff 1929 OWL, Soph Hop Committee Ezzgfiyb RUTH RUMBLE Clairton High School, Pennsylvania College for Women AZ Pitkin Club M. ISABELLE RUPERT Verona High School AAA Y. W. c. A. Qi, 2, 35, W. c.1-3. L., W. A. A. Biological .slfifllff 4 MILDRED RUTTER Turtle Creek Union High School AZ Matbenzalicx DAVID SAMUELS Union High School, Turtle Creekg McKeesport Technical High School H ifloay FRED E. SANFORD Jersey Shore High School ATAg Chiron Club Advertising Mgr. 1929 OWL Pf'e-Medica! ELIZABETH JANE SCHATZ Bellevue High School BfiJA Pitkin Clubg W. A. A. Q35 Zoology ll' ::!!!. Q11 N ,E l . Maweffj I .3 I I I LEE JOHN SCHAUB Peabody High School 'iDKg Chiron Club Panther Q1, 2, 35 Pre-Medical SARA E. SCHWERER Allegheny High School 9112A Y. W. c. A. 51, 2, 354 W. A. A. Q1, 2, 35 Glee Club Q21 Honorary Usher Q31 Newman Club fl, 25 5 W. C. E. L. Q21 P1'e-Medica! ESTHER B. SELTZER Fifth Avenue High School A'-PE Volley Ball Q35 Frozzcb B. BEULAH SHANNON Knoxville Union High School X52 W. A. A. qi, 2, 354 Y. W. c. A. C354 Pitt Players Q35 Matbezzzaticx Page 305 LEO P. SHEEDY St. Vincent's Preparatory Schoolg Pea- body High School fIDK Cap and Gown C355 Newman Club Cllenzifffjy HARRY A. SHERMAN Allegheny High School Cap and Gown CZ, 355 Debating C35 Pitt Players Q2, 32 Pitt Weekly CU MARGARET W. SMALLEY Norwin High Schoolg Dennison University QDM Pitkin Club .fociofogj K. M. SMILEY Page 306 ll all I il l 2:!!!..TiL1 Q. ,, I W Lf " I .T nf- P - .il 'QTIH 'E HELEN SMILLIE Bellevue High Schoolg Milwaukee- Downer College W. S. G. A. Q35 Hjff0f'jl EDITH F. SPAMER Bellevue High School Lafin MILTGN FRANKLIN STANCATI Schenley High School Agm Collembola Club Bntmzy JOHN D. STEDEFORD Avalon High School QA Pitkin Clubg Honorary Usher QD Political Science Pitt Players CU, Mgt. C21 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Cl, 2, 35g Cap and Gown 7 FRANK STEINER Greensburg High School ATA Englixb GRETcHEN sT1NcHcoMB J. V. sTUcK JOHN B. SULLIVAN ja A i ts 5 L3 1 gl ii I 1. ev. -qi KARL D. SWARTZEL,JR. Schenley High School EAE5 AA: Band Cl, 2, 35g Sym hony Orchestra Q32 Musical Club Glee Clubf3D Matbelnatirx CLAUDE O. TEMPLE Altoona High School A242 OWL editorial Staff fl, Zjg Musical Club Cl, 255 Inter-Frat. Track and Basketball Cl, 23 Zoology MARIE TROUTMAN Winchester Preparatory School Engfirb . PAUL M. URSIN, JR. Duquesne High School Glee Club CZ, Hg Vice-Pres. University Chorus C32 Liberal Clubg Philosophy Club H iftofy Page 307 a 1929 ALICE ISABEL USHER Kittanning High Schoolg Grove City College AAII Latin LOUIS FREDERICK VOGEL Sacred Heart High School CPK Panther C11 Cap and Gown CD Englifb ROBERT W. WALLACE Allegheny High School Chiron Club Claemimjf C. HELEN WATKINS Elliott City, Maryland, High School BfIDA Symphony Orchestra C32 Pitkin Club Hiftory Page 308 l. ff ll . 1 v v I Ill I., .1 I 2-.... I ifkm, . .wa i f wi f, ' P .9544 gs .1 ' MZ ' -.i -::" 'V A' .lliii , :El-Lf? 1:5355 gg S S HARRY WEBER EARL W. WEIMER Physics Clubg Chemistry Club SYDNEY EDWARD WEINTRAUB Central High School, Scrantong West Virginia University Claemixtfj' PETER WESTERVELT Arnold Preparatory School '-IDA9g Druids Tennis CI, 22 AMY FLORENCE WHITE Avalon High School AAA Pitkin Club English HUGH LAURENT WOLL Sacred Heart High School Economic! 3 w 4 fl L' ll ENE. 79-l 1 my 1-1 - -:f C-alia JOHN D. WOODARD BERTRAM L. WOODRUFF Peabody High School ,SZNIKI15 Quill Club Greek Clubg Classical Clubg German Club Latin and Greek Page 309 Page 310 EQ QE QB f fi - eggs, f 'Q i f 43 . fl IHDEI' 1 r l -' , 321:17 ' ' ' .7 L ,? P' 41. T' Z: f-Z . XZ,-.--. ini : K1 fl ::e's. P-1 SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY OFFICERS HENRY D. COSSITT .A... JAMES H. LAWRY .,..,...... HARRY D. BRIGHTBILL EE.,EE MORRIS SOLOMON ....S, f--:si The UPPER DENTAL BUILDING was one of the early group of the University build- ings, being erected in 1910. It has since been supplemented with the lower Dental Building, on the corner of 0'Hara and Thackeray streets. ,,...,...S.Pre.r1de1zt ,....Vice-Preyidem' .........S6Cl'6fl7lj' ...,,.TrmJzzrer Page 311 C1929 H. IVANHOE ARNETT Fairmont State Normal Collegeg West Virginia University NPS2 WALTER L, BAILY Cumberland High School AEAg AZ SAM S. BENNINGHOFF Franklin High Schoolg Phillips University Wil tl. C. BOYLE JR. Butler High School Page 312 lf 4 I l l 'l .ul :il l ::!!!. W--l HARRY A. BRIGHTBILL Bedford High Schoolg Washington and jefferson College AXA Sec. junior Class C. C. BRUNO Saint Vincent Preparatory Schoolg Saint Francis College VERNE CI-IANNING California High Schoolg California Normal School XIIQ JAMES J. CORRIGAN, JR. Philipsburg High School Juniata College AEA Inter-frat. Basketball Cl, 2, 31 pa .. ,' : lr ' i-. if , 3 HENRY D. COSSITT Homestead High School, University of Michigan Aan, wo Dental Editor 1929 OWL, Dental Ball Committee CD, Pe per Prize Committee Cl, 25, Dental Student Council CBD, Bus. Mgt. Dental Rays CSD, Junior Prom Committee E. H. CULBERTSON Sugar Grove Seminary, Pittsburgh Academy, University of Buffalo AEA, Square and Compass JOHN B. CUNNINGHAM Mount St. Mary's Preparatory School W9 Inter-frat. Basketball Cl, 2, 3D CORNELIUS M. DAILEY Steelton High School, Dickinson College, University of Maryland EAEg ENIICIJ i 5: :'E lil I ii u I 1 l --.!!. Wf- K: fa:-3 JOHN c. DAVIS Huntington High School, University of Pennsylvania Juniata College WSI, Druids Football CLZJ, Dental Student Council QLD, Pres. Freshman Class l JOSEPH J. FELSTEIN Scott High School, Toledo, Ohio, University of Toledo QEH Cap and Gown Q2,3D l EDWIN G. FLINT Wilkinsburg High School, Allegheny College AEA, CDPA, HBE, CIDBQ I1 ROBERT J. FRITZ Johnstown High School Page 313 V o o o Qi E - . -f- . t ' .r'.D:'j' - .1., -,zfglfnif in ter? -j ,. .- . rg? iilf ALPHONSE L. FURER Duquesne University Preparatory School AQHA JOHN KREIDER GRAEFF Harrisburg Tech. BAE, QQ Chr. Junior Prom, Inter-frat. Council C2,3D5 Dental Student Council CD, Honorary Usher C2D GEORGE HALPERIN New York University, New York Col- lege of Dentistry RALPH H. HAMILTON New Castle High School EH Dental Student Council C255 Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class, Interfrat. Council C21 Page 314 5 ll :!!!. ,IS-1 I All kg - ' V 71 3 5 - EQ 2 E. COLVIN HASSENPLUG Milton High Schoolg Bucknell University EX, QQ, Druids Cap and Gown Cl, 2, 35, Dental Rays C1,2Dg Dental Interfrat Council C2,3Dg Undergraduate Cap and Gown Club, Dental Mgr, 1929 OWL CLAUDE WM. HENRY Ambridge High School EXPQ I. NEWTON HERSHEY Lititz High School, Manchester Col- legeg Juniata College, New York University AEA lnterfrat. Basketball C2,3D PHILLIP B. HODES South High School, Youngstown, Ohio EAM Musical Club C1,2Dg Ass't Track Mgr. Cl, 2, 35, Interfrat. Council C3D WILLARD CLYDE HOLTER Howard High Schoolg Bellefonte Academy img AXA Basketball CD DONALD C. HUME Mount Hermon, Massachusetts, Pre- paratory Schoolg Oberlin College AEA Cap and Gown CZ, 3D MICHAEL A. IGNELZI, JR. Peabody High School ACIDA MILTON H. KARFUNKLE Northeast High School, Philadelphiag University of Pennsylvaniag University of Chicago AS? 'A lr el ' n I - uh I I if l l li --!!!. 'S-1 Hag, .. P. J. KELLY, JR. German Township High School NATALIE M. LASKOWSKI Reynolclsville High School TA S:c. Soph. Classg Dental Student Council QD JULES HERBERT LICHTIG Glenville, Ohio, High Schoolg Ohio State University A52 Dental Interfrat Council CD5 Dental Rays C32 WINSTON V. LYON Munro Collegeg University of Pennsylvania QQ Page 315 :E-EDUIT 1 ,.,, 7j T l '- fbi? ' 1" 5:5-if-,f X N 1 1: - H .T iff' -: Vi 3 CARL R. MARSHALL Svvissvale High School AXAg SP9 M. VALENTINE MARTIN Coudersport High Schoolg Bucknell University AXAg 1195 AEP Dental Student Council Q12 Interfrat. Basketball C2,3Dg Dental Rays Cl, 2,35 Art Editor JAMES G. MASON Bellevue High School WARREN V. MASSARO New Castle High School Page 316 lr ll l 1 Q flffii' . :J i a -' .7 .- 1 1:5 A- .1, -,fJ4. . -1 ' " 'Y l I '- -V '? zi' . ,v-3 ', . H .T 75, .I- ' 2 X,i.Aa TOM F. MCBRIDE Duquesne University Preparatory Schoolg Duquesne University WIISZ Dental Rays Cl, 2, 3D H. R. MCCALL Punxsutawney High Schoolg Bellefonte Academy EXPQ F. McCURRY DeLaSalle Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Canada CIJK JOSEPH T. MCMAHON Academy High School CPK il C. CHARLES McMINN Harmonsburg High Schoolg Edinboro Normal Schoolg Allegheny College QKNIIQ W9 LEON MILTON MESSNER Sunbury High Schoolg Bucknell Uni- versityg Susquehanna University 4:16114 inn Cap and Gown CZD T. N. MURPHY Slippery Rock Normal Schoolg Grove City College AEA Pres. Soph. Classg Dental Student Council CD JOHN F. O'BOYLE St. Patrick's High School, Scranton ANS i M 14 ml un ig, -ni 1 ,453 wr S S .. .' 1 ALFONSO PERNA Binghampton, New York, Central High School AGPA CHARLES L. PRICE Buckhannon High Schoolg West Vir- ginia Wesleyan EAE HARLEY F. PYLE Parkersburg High Schoolg Marshall College, University of Louisville EA HARRY E. RAMSEY Saxton High Schoolg Juniata Collegeg Pennsylvania State College AEAg 9AfIJg Druids Soph. Hop Committeeg Dental Inter- frat. Council C32 Dental Rays Q2,3D Page 317 VIRGIL S. SIDES Springfield, Ohio, High School, Wit- tenberg College fI,l"..X Cap and Gown Orchestra fl, 25 MORRIS D. SOLOMON Rayen High School, Youngstown, Ohio, Ohio State University AQ Treas. Junior Class, Vice-Pres. Dental Athletic Ass'n. UD, Treas. Dental Stu- dent Council CBD RAYMOND STAYER Juniata Academy8c Juniata College AEA ARTHUR B. STEWART Sharpsville High Schoolg Westminster College XPS! Dental Student Council C325 Iuterfrat. Basketball Q2, 35 Page 318 1 il Z- Lfivf iii? -35 2 l . . ,-f- 'Yi 1 ,35 ,i . f, -2.34.-'-, .K 1 'il' 1? . . - , iT' .- 2 I I ::!!!. WALTER G. URBAN Pittsburgh Academy, South High School CHARLES WILLARD WALKER, JR. Somerset High School, Gettysburg College 45.595 KIISZ JOHN F. WHITE Peabody High School EDWARD G. WILSON Canonsburg High Schoolg Geneva College NPQ if I 1 1 it ll ! 1 ::!!!. l?-3 ScHooL or EDUCATIQN Because of the small turnout at elections, no class officers were named in the School of Education the past year. The PANTHER, the name symbollic of the University of Pittsburgh, and of Pitt's athletic teams, is derived fron the two leopards crouching on the corner-posts of the Panther Hollow Bridge. SE' H, Page 319 EVERETT ALDERMAN Nevada High School Square and Compass Panther Cl, 22 Pofifiml .Skiwzre MARY GRACE ALOE Peabody High School Pitt Players Efzgfifb ALTA ANDREW DOROTHY M. ANDREWS Knoxville High Schoolg Carrick High School Classical Clubg French Club C2, BD Latin Page 320 I Q 'l In l'l1 lv ll il ll ::!!!. .T-3-1 r V 45:-' .Mi .' - ' 9 -'I-1:5,il X l .. ,ffl Tiff' -" E ,' FLORENCE S. BAILEY ZTA W. A. A. C3Dg Social Chr. Junior Class Latin KATHARINE BAINBRIDGE Dormont High School AZ Glee Club CZ, D5 Pitt Players C2, 3Dg Vice-Pres. Y. W. C. A. C31 W. S. G. A. C31 Honorary Usher C32 OWL C2, 32 French ELISE LORNA BARNARD Norwin Union High School W. A. A. Cl, 255 Spanish Club C2, 35 .Ypanirb ESTHER R. BEARD Parkersburg, West Virginia, High Schoolg Marshall College Primary Education ANNA KATHRYN BEATTIE Dunbar Township High Schoolg Indiana Teachers College Collembola Club Biological .Yfiefzre ALEX C. BEAUMARIAGE Cecil High School Treas. French Club GD French MARY JANE BEGGY Langley High School SQA Classical Clubg Spanish Clubg W. A. A. Librazjf Traifzing CATHERINE T. BELL California High Schoolg California Normal School .facial Science -!!!. T91 ELIZABETH BERGHANE Wilkinsburg High School KA9g EKCIJ cation Editor 1929 OWL Classical Club Latin HARRY BERKOWITZ Farrell High School Pitt Weekly CHQ John Marshall C CZ, Hg Liberal Club CBD Pafitira! .Yrienre ZELDA BISHOFF Butler High School Mathematics ELEANOR SEELEY BLEXV Jeannette High School Arcus Club Q21 Vice-Pres. Q35 Page 321 l Z I iifif Secretary Junior Education Classg Edu- lub MARIAN BONNEY GLADYS BOSLETT Mt Aloysius Academy, Seton Hill College Hiftofjy CLARA BRAUNSTEIN Aspinwall High School AKIDE French Club French ALENE H. BRIGGS South Hills High School AKA Y W C. A. C2, H, C. N. C. W. Cl, ZD, Pres. C355 W. S. G. A. CZ, 35 Euglixlz Page 322 1 ' i JULIA BRUNELLI Greensburg High School Arcus Club, W. A. A., Italian Club, Pitkin Club THELMA I. BUENTE South High School, Dormont High School ZTA, EKJD Glee Club, University Chorus, French Club French BEATRICE YENESSA CARTWRIGHT McKeesport Technical High School Owl. C2, 355 W. C. E. L. C3D, W. A. A. CZD Hiytofy BETTY ZEIGLER CLARK Peabody High School AAA, Cwens V. Pres. Sophomore Commission, Pres. Cwens, W. S. G. A. CZD, Honorary Usher C2, 35, Pepper Prize Committee C2, D, Student Council CD, junior Prom Committee, Glee Club C32 University Chorus CD English ALICE EDNA COSS Aspinwall High School Kfb Matbefnaficr HERBERT L. COSTOLO Bellevue High School HPA Track C255 Liberal Club C15 facial Science ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY Parnassus High School KA Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 Pitkin Club Cl, Z, 355 University Chorus Ezzgliyb DOROTHY G. DAVIS Dormont High S:hool AAA5 CWens5 EKKIJ National Vice-Pres. Cwens C3 ' So ho- . D, p more Class Pres.5 W. S. G. A. C35 Pitt Players C255 Glee Club C355 Hon orary Usher C35 F rezzcb if M l :ll I ' 4 '!!. rs-3 MABEL DEFOREST McKees Rocks High School x AZ5 Cwens 'Q Basketball Cl, 2, 355 Hockey C25 355 dent Council C355 W. S. G. A. C35 Social .Yciefzre l fig Q' 3- HELEN S. DEFRANCE Bellevue High School AZ French Club Cl, 2, 355 Pitkin Club C255 University Chorus C255 Glee Club Cl, 255 W. A. qi, 2, 35 Frerzrlo ERLA R. DOUBLE Butler High School KA5 'IDA9 Hirtwy MARY M. DRUM Beall High School, Frostburg, Maryland GTA French Club Cl, 25, Pres. C355 Newman Club Cl, 255 Womens Glee Club C25, Accompanist C35, University Chorus C25, Accompanist and Pres. C35 French ' Page 323 Z- if Sli I' 5 if W. A. A. C2, 355 French Club C355 Stu- KATHRYN S. DYSERT Allegheny High School AEA Vice-Pres. French Club CD5 W. S. G. A Englifb PEARL EHMER RUTH B. ENDERLIN Greensburg High School X52 W. S. G. A. Q55 S amish Clubg Y. c. A. Qi, 2, 3D .fpmzifh FLORENCE MARGARET EYLER Tarenrum High School French Club French Page 324 l, A i Q il E i ::!!!. 2-3 f, 41' Mat' . ,a' Q 7--A 1 W -fi.-,- f- ,1 .gf-44, A .' Lf- - -i .. 12 -' . EJ 1 - 59, 6 Q' ff 'Ei gi:-SE GEORGE W. GAGE JR. Parnassus High School Qs, AAE Rifle C15 ZD5 Military Ball Committee CBD Hirtwjf ELIZABETH H. GEIGER Newcastle High School ' AZ French Club Frezzrb GERTRUDE CGCHRAN GREGG Coraopolis High School5 Westminster College BKIDA Hirfofy MARY E. GUSH Clairton High School GKIDA Y. W. c. A. Cz, 354 W. S. G. A. C335 French Club CD5 Classical Club C325 W. C. E. L. QD Latin PHYLLIS IRONS Linesville High Schoolg State Teachers College University Chorus Englirla EMMA KENYON DOROTHY KIEFER Avalon High School Social .Yriefzre LOIS JEANNE KING Wilkinsburg High School IIB41 Yuletide Festival Committee C32 W. S. G. A. C305 W. C. E. L. Social Science LILLIAN M. KIRSCH Barnesboro High School Cwens Swimming Cljg Archery CZ, Hg W. A. A. CZ, 355 Y. W. C. A. C1DQGlCC Club Q1, 2, D5 University QD, Vice-Pres. C32 Sofia! Science PLORA A. KOCH Schenley High School Efzgfirb WINIFRED LALLY Saint Rosalia High School Spanish Club Spmzirb ISA BELLA DAVIS LANNAN McKeesport High Schoolg Wilson College Mdfl76llZz7fjCJ Page 325 I 5 fy' 5 if '? SARAH JANE LENNOX Westinghouse High School KA HfJf0lj1 ETHEL REEL LIEBLICH Peabody High School ACIDE Volley Ballg Basketball Hiftazjf MARY LOUISE LINN Peabody High Schoolg Carnegie Insti- tute of Technology AZ Englisch ISABELLE ANN LOHR Wilkinsburg High School HBIIJ W. S. G. A. CZ, 3Dg Y. W. C. A. C31 Efezzzefztfnjf Ednmtiafz Page 326 all H esfjligl I aaa Sillfflir 1:5 1 , -' - , " Z 'ff ,.5:'Lf"-5 .1 -- .. L-' sa 1' F f E, if lx SARA E. LONG Dormont High School IIHM5 Cwens Sec. Y. W. C. A. C32 W. S. G. A. W. A. A.g Basketball Q2, 3D Hiytofiy ELEANOR E. LUTZ South Hills High School CDM H iftofjl BETTY BELL MACDOUGAL Peabody High Schoolg Carnegie lnsti tute of Technology KAGQ Kfb Englirla RUTH MARKS Schenley High School French Club Matloemuticf ANNA MARTHA MATTHEWS New Castle High Schoolg Grove City College X52 French CARL P. MAUS South High School, Columbus, Ohiog Wabash College Matbemfzfict ALICE NICAFEE Dotmont High School AAEQ AEPg Cwens Quill Club CZ, 334 W. S. G. A. C355 Honorary Usher C32 Debating Cl, 2, 31 Elzglixlv JEANNE VIVIAN McCONNELL Langley High Schoolg Chautauqua School of Physical Education AZ Treas. Junior Womeng Pitkin Club CZQ5 W. A. A. qi, 2, 3D Pbyfiml Edzzcatiafz f. I: el - 1 D ,I I s' :-!!'. 'GJ I 15 m l YI.: :ff ' . .-I trnf if Lai ELIZABETH G. MEERMANS Etna High School XS! Class Hockey Cl, 255 Glee Club QD Hirtozjz JUNE M. MORGAN McKeesport High School AZ Editorial Staff 1928 OWL Hiffwjf MARIAN LESLIE MORROW Steubenville, Ohio, High Schoolg Ohio University W. S. G. A. Q, 31 Biology JENNIE MUN CE Page 327 YXX w-. f -. fy - I V Y l ,I.'ss,,,La,-1 ,., 95.55 s .Ar , . ,.. A , 4. V , ,. ., , ., .,,- , are QA M . -H' 4' - 4 . 1. - - A A ul Ill SARA PRICE MUNSON Schenley High School KA Track Mgr. Q15 Ass't. Basket- ball Mgr. CBD Sofia! .Yrieure VIOLET NACCAR ATO KATHERINE OESCHGER Latrobe High School French MARY E. O'NEILL Rochester High Schoolg Colorado College Frencb Page 328 f. c. A. C255 W. A. A. qi, 2, 35 NELLE GENEVIEVE QUAY Parnassus High School AAHg EKCIJ French FREDA RADER Woodlawn High School 11322 W. C. E. L. CD5 Treas. Panhellenic Council CBD Euggfirb MARY FRANCES RAY Knoxville Union High School KKI' Pres. Freshmen Co-edsg Soph Hop Com mitteeg Junior Prom Committeeg Chr Panhellenic Ball CD4 Glee Club C31 University Chorus UD Ezzgfifh BERTHA RAYNOVIC Union High School, Turtle Creek Spanish Club .fpauirb WALTER MILTON RITENOUR McKees Rocks High School Hifrafjf JOSEPH EDWARD ROBINSON Butler Senior High Schoolg University of Notre Dame Englifb MARIAN PEARL ROBINSON Uniontown High School AAE University Chorus Mathematirf LEANNA ROGERS . V Lt Q . 1 4 - . , rl ll 'LH 22.1. l MARGARET M. SAWDERS Schenley High School Erzgfiyfa C. H. L. SCHUETTE, JR. Toledo, Ohio, High Schoolg Hyatt Park High School, Columbia, South Carolinag Linsly Military Institute Hirtwy HARRIET SCHWARTZ Braddock High School French Club Frezzrb MARY ELIZABETH SCULLY Braddock High School AAS - W. S. G. A. C2DgTreas. Y. W. C. A. C355 Pitkin Club CI, 2, 35 Efzgfifb Page 329 V7 1 -.Q -: Ill iff' F -'E JANET M. sEMPLE Westinghouse High School Pitkin Club H iffolpf RACHEL SILVERBLATT Findley Vocational School Clacmimy ELSIE MAE STEVENS Munhall High School BKIDA Pitkin Clubg W. A. A. QI, 2D Hiftafjf DOROTHY IRENE STEELE Westinghouse High Schoolg Pittsburgh Teacher's Training School IIBKID E lementmjr Education Page 330 v I l Ill iq! as fra' :LII 22' in - ' +' 3' . 'H .-:i.l jja?f-I -il grit- 1-4-1 X are r a- ,.4 T,-, 54752 ROSEMARY STITT Munhall High School KA Hiring' DUELLA S. STRANAHAN Peabody High School KAGQ Cwens Ass't. Ed.-in-chief 1929 Owtg Honorary Usher C31 Pitt Players U, 2, 35g Pres. Sophomore Commissiong W. S. G. A. Cl, 25 French Clubg University Chorusg Senior Week Committee CBD English MARY ELIZABETH SWOGER Langley High Schoolg Erick Teachers Training School AZ Glee Club History HAROLD JAMES TARMAN Harrisburg Technical High Schoolg Shippensburg Normal Schoolg Pennsyl- vania State College EAE Hiftofjf EFFIE MARGUERITE TAYLOR Allegheny High School C. N. C. W.g Y. W. C. A. Hiftaq HELEN TEWINKLE Clymer, New York, High School, Edin- boro Normal School University Chorus C31 Hiftofy BERTA MARIE VATER Jeannette High Schoolg Seton Hill Col- lege, Chicago Art Institute German Club Cl, 2, 325 Newman Club German DOMINIC VENTOMILLER McKees Rocks High School Mathematic: I If . ii J - ::!!!. L-1 , . is IIE' v E MARY LOUISE WALSH Peabody High School, Pittsburgh Teacher's Training School IIB42 Glee Club Englifb NORINE A. WEST Schenley High School AKA c. N. c. W. Cz, 33. W. A. A. Q1, 25, Y. W. c. A. 51, 2, 31 E ng! H19 SARA VIOLET WEST Peabody High School ITBIIJ Glee Club C214 Swimming CZ, 3Dg French Club, Spanish Club H istwy MARGARET ANNA ZANG Knoxville Union High School French Page 331 Page 332 E1 -'!!. 3-1 Y The Automotive Laboratories building s erves as a practical workshop for engineering students. Across the side of it facing the Carnegie Tech campus is hung a hugh "Beat Tech" bann er each fall, erected and de- fended by electrical engineering students. . if . . I .-gg' . , .,Z.,,f 'lgfg :HJ -' W r..LTf1i - .Til 1- I- ' I ir 5 1 V ' i . :E 1: --Ill I 1929 I Q owl. --u.-A - SCHOQLS UF ENGINEERING AND MINES so ENGINEERING OFFICERS M. A. GROSS ....,..... ,.......,......,..............,..I,......,,I.,IIII..E.I... ....... P 1 'fffdfffl MINES OFFICERS GERALD N. WEYANDT ........ EEIEEE....,.....EE..E.E.....I....... ....E.......... P 1' efldfflf WILLIS H, HEATH I4,,,,,,,4 ..,,,.,II. V 1566-P1'6JicZ767ZI A 77'-, , ' " .F , w..n-, -E -H . W-,..4Mha,,.. .W . .. ...mu THAW HALL was erected in 1909, and is among the oldest build- ings on the camous. In it are the engineering classrooms and the administrative offices of the Schools of Engineering and Mines. I E3 Page 333 1929 R. J. ANTHONY i I5 ROBERT T. ATKINSON Allegheny High School IIPA5 AAE Rifle Cl, 2, 3D Engineering ALEX BELKIN WALTER E. BEST Edenburgh High School GX Sec.-Treas. Junior Engineering Class Page 334 ,ix fi, l li A ls, Ill rg 2!.... -- , , I GEORGE BOLENDER NICOLA A. BORZELLA Ebensburg High Schoolg Carnegie Insti- stitute of Technology American Society of Civil Engineers Civil Engineering C. NORMAN BOWERS Westinghouse High School Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class Mefbanifa! Engineering DAVE BOWN Crafton High School EIT Junior Prom Committeeg Vice-Pres. Junior Engineering Class I it f i g - 5' 1' GEORGE M. BRINSKO Uniontown High School Electrical Engineering R. H. CAPEK R. L. CHABAT WILLIAM CIPRELLA I 1 ll l ::!!'. E1 3 Z .J e in A U T S' G 3'l.i:if? F F. CEDRIC DAVID COFFEY Ccraopolis High School Meeluwieezl Engineering ERNEST WILLIAM DOROW Crafton High School Efeefrjm! Engineering JOHN R. DRGON Corapolis High School Efeftrjmf Ezzgirzeering HARRY ALPHONSO EDWARDS Ridgway High School Track CD4 Cross Country CU Civ!! Engineering Page 335 jg. .,4k, g B, . Q HARRY FRIED MICHAEL A. GROSS Wilkinsburg High School KIHBA Soph. Hop Committeeg Pres. junior Classg American Society of Civil Engineers Civil Engineering THEODORE R. HELSING l Wilkinsburg High School KE Football fl, 2, 3D Civil Engineering l C. HERGERT Page 336 JOHN HOOP CHARLES JOHNSON Civil Engineering STANLEY C. KYLE AspinwallnHigh School QA University Orchestra C35 Cbeniiml Engineering CHARLES M. LICHY Etna High School UPA Cbenzieal Engineering 1 QF' JAMES LUCK JOSEPH A. MAcEWEN Dormont High School GX Asst. Stage Mgr. Pitt Players C2, 3D Engineering RALPH H. MILLER WALTER T. MILLIS Wilkinsburg High School Rifle C1, 2, 355 Ass't. Stage Mgr. Pitt Players Cl, 2, 3D Electrieezl Engineering t Ill ISU.. --M... ,L J I Af' -r'-f-,I :E L 2 iv ' 1- -- 31 1 3 T-1 LEWIS T. MITCHELL Aspinwall High School Electrical Engineering GEORGE A. MOCK Wilkinsburg High Schoolg Carnegie Institute of Technology Cap and Gown I ndzeftriezl Engineering E. T. MORTSON Dunkirk High School EH Cross Country CU Izzdzzftrinl Engineering JOSEPH NAMLIK, JR. California High School Efeetrienf Engineering Page 337 1929 if 1 .ll G. RICHARD OHMES ARTHUR PARILLA BAGRAD PAUL ROBERT PETRICK Page 338 Miner I ra Ir -Qff i ,A i, - 'f' .. 5'5-ff, F. 1 l ' 3 T37 F JARED F. REED, JR. Bellevue High School Electrical Engirzeering D, T. RIFFLE GEORGE G. SAUTTER Wilkiusburg High School CIDFA I fzdzzftlial Entgirzeerizzg EDWARD A. SIEBERT Civil Engineering Y ARTHUR G. SIEGLE Peabody High School Sec.-Treas. Sophomore Class Chemical Elzgineerifzg RONALD SKINNER Dubois High School GAXP American Society of Civil Enginecrsg Inter-Frat. 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P rkffidenz' JOHN H. MORTON.. .... ....... V ice-Prefident IRMA SIEBERT .....A.., ,,..,, 5' ecretmgf HOWARD HOGUE ....,.. A.,... T remurer The SCHOOL OF PHARMACY building, overlooking the Monon- gahela, was built in 1903, while the University still went under the name of the Western University of Pennsylvania. It is on the corner of Bluif and Pride streets. - ' 2ff -. '- fi'-.51 N Page 341 MAX H. APPLBAUM Donora High School ALFRED I. BAHM Akron, Ohio, West High School D. LAIRD BAKER Scottdale High School ROBERT D. BARNES Coatesville High Schoolg University of Pittsburgh Tennis Qlj Page 342 t w ill --Ill EQ ----H 4- -.-,,, I I -71 A at 'Z' ' 57 'ef' 3 THOMAS E. BELL Coalport-Irvona High School KNII JOHN WESLEY BENNETT BridgevillelHigh-School FELIX JOHN BOCCHICCHIO Peabody High Schoolg Pittsburgh Academyg University of Pittsburgh Pitt Weekly Ql, 255 Pitt Panther, Cl, 22g Y. M. C. A. C1,2Dg Musical Club Ql,2D5 Track Q22 Football Q21 GIZELLA D. BODNER JAMES EDWARD F. 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WEAVER... ................,....,..,......,,,....,,,., Emam GILBERT L. WELCH ..,,.. Parkersburg, Weft Virginia KENNETH S. WILSON LESTER L. WISE ............... MARY P. WORTMAN .....,.... WILLIAM WRIGHT- PAUL ZIMMERMAN ......., snuff A " :?3L'-77 '- gif'-'fgilfl QV X Pg 'O - .. ., I Ls ....--.....,....,....,......--.-..Eligabetla Pittxbargb Pittxbiirgb Pittsburgh -Ralploton 2 STUDIO GRANDE HARDY 84 HAYES BLDG. 233 OLIVER AVENUE Thane Atlantic 4059 Official Pb0f0Cg7f'dpb67".f for 1929 Cliiff of U72iU6VfiZiJ! of Pitzirbiiifcgb PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION AT MGDERATE PRICES ADULT AND KIDDIE STUDIO .TL THE COLLEGE I 3 1999 is-Q OFFICERS ALEXANDER KYLE ......... . ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,A,,,, P reyident GEORGE S. EWING ....... . ,,,,,.,.. Vice-Preyident CHARLES R. MITCHELL ....... ,,,,,,,, S ecretafy-Treaynrer WALTER ACKERMAN .......,..,.... ............,.......,. M eroer N ATALIE ALEXANDER BRONIKOVSKY ..E... Pittsburgh WOODWARD CLARK ADAMS. Bnrtonfville, Md. HENRY M. 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I I l The growth and development of any organization depends upon I CLEVELAND DIVISION the honesty and reliability of its dealings with its patrons. From a one-man business nine years ago, to an organization of over I H ' - A if Poit EEEY 457 41229 one hundred, each a highly skilled specialist in his own ,I Ce OX right, is the interesting story behind Miller Service. E HURON-NINTH BU1LD1NG 'P Built by strict adherence to The Miller Idea! Built on ' the confidence of its patrons, earned by dependable I '23 P I performance, repeated again and again! Built on promises made, and KEPT without regard to cost or effort involved. An institution main- DETROIT DIVISION 1 CADILLAC 4318-4319 taining three separate divisions, each a com- ' Post Office Box 813 plete, self-contained unit, collaborating I INDUSTRIAL BANK BUILDING with the other Miller Units for the best 1 advantage of those it is our privilege ,2 to serve. Miller Service is always 1 at your command. PITTSBURGH DIVISION ATLANTIC 3414-I5-16-17 ' Post Office Box 133 l, LYCEUM BUILDING ' ., DENTAL I LABORATORIE,S,INC. 4 4 I I 4 I 4 I I 4 I I 1 4+ 1 yi In i 4 4 ,I jr ju ju ju 4, I I I Q 4 I ,I I g 4 I ,I Ii ' ' Y I U ' U ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' U ' U ' ' ' ' A A A N Page 373 1929, J. J Mr- A GENEVIEVE R. PIERCE ....... ,.,....,, P ittfboflgla ROSE M. PINK ....,...,.........,., ...,.., HERBERT R. POSTLEWAIT. ELIZABETH R. POTTS .......... ...McKeeIport Rztml Valley . ....,... Greembztrtg SAMUEL H. PUTNAM, JR. ....... ,,.,,..,. P lfffbdlzgh GEORGE RASKIN ...........,.. ,.v,,,,,, C ometgle DOROTHY R. REARN ........ .......,. P jfffbllfgb LILLIAN REED .................,,.. ......... P ittfburtgla CHARLES A. REHER, JR. ...,,,.., ,.,,,..T, P ittflztrtglz KATHERINE S. REINEMAN ......... .......... G lemhozo ROSELA I. RAMALEY ...,.,...L. ....T,..., T ztrtle Creek SYLVIA RESS .................. ......., P ittfbztrgb HAROLD S. RICHARD .......... ......... W ilkinflvzufg FREDERICK ROCK ....,,..., ......., P ittfoztrgb CHARLES ROHLEDER ........ ........ P ittfbznggh BENJAMIN H. ROSEN ......... ...,.,.,.,,,.,.. P ittfbztrfgb B. L. ROSENBLUM .....,.. MARCUS ROSENTHAL ..,.,,.. PHILLIP ROSENTHAL ....,. SIGMUND ROSENWASSER .... .......New York, N. Y. ............Pittfbztrgl1 . ..,,..,. Plttfbztffglo ........Pitt.rbm'gb EDWARD ROTH .....,.,...,.... .......... D onom HAROLD L. ROTHMAN.-. .... ,..,,,,, P ittfbznfgh MORRIS B. RUBENSTEIN ..,,..... ........ P ittybzngh HAIN RUBIN .................... ,,....., P ittfbztrkglv ARTHUR L. SAGONE .....I.. I.,..... P ittflvznffgb SAMUEL A. SANDSON ........... ........... f eomnette HARRY SAVAGE ...,.....,., GENEVA H. SCHATZ ........ EARL SCHERMERHORN... ANDREW H. SCHMELTZ ..... BERTHA E. SCHMID ,......... ........PlttIozz1fCgl1 ......,..Belle1fzte .................Ambmlge Tq67'Z."Z71gZ'07Z .....-.........Do1fmont NORMAN G. SCHMIDT ......... ........ P ittfbztrgb EDWIN SCHULTE .......... EDWARD M. SCHULTZ ...... SARA R. SCHWARTZ ......... Page 374 .........Belleozte - ......... Plttfbmftgh ..........Rtmlein 44 4 L WL T' - LELIA O. SCOTT ........ EVA T. SHIVELY ....,.. SIDNEY SILVERBLATT .... KONA SIMON ............. OSCAR R. SIMON ....... JAMES W. SLOANE. ....... . I J ANE R. SMITH .............. LILLIAN E. SOLOMON .......... SAMUEL SOLOMON .......... .-..-...Pitt.rbm'lgla --..---.PittJoztrtgl1 .. . ........ Pittsburgh .-....-.Pitt.rbzt1'rglv ........Pltt.rbmcglo .........Ttz1'entzmz .. ........ Plttfbztrtgb ........Bem'er Polly .............Rtznkin WALTER SOWA .................. ........., M CK68J170Vf EDWARD M. SPELLMAN ........,, ..,..,,, P ittfbmcgb W. GLENN SRODES .......... . JOSEPH STEINER ............. HOWARD O. STEVENS... VIRGINIA S. STRAIN ...... .....,....Beozoe1' .....-..Pitt.rbu1'cgl1 -.-.-...C6l7Q7Q07ZJbZl7'g .. ........ Pittfbztrglo ANDREW STROCK ................. ........ W imlber JOSEPH LOUIS SVINBELY .......... .......... D ztqztesne FRANCES E. SWARTZEL ........ ................... P ittfbztrfgln WILLIAM G. TAGGART .................. Yozmcgftozon, Ohio MARY TAYLOR .............. ............ W illzinfbztrtg ELMER G. THOMPSON LOUISE M. THOMPSON ........ RUTH M. THOMPSON ..... ....-.--.Comopoli.f .....-l..Eolcgewood .. ........ Wllkinfbztrtg KATHERYN L. TILL .......... ........ P lttfbzttcglo HAROLD R. TOLLIVER ........ ........ P ittfbzuftglo NICHOLAS G. TROILO .......... ........ P lttxoztrfglf HAROLD C. TROUP ....... ........ P ittfbztrtgb LOIS S. TURBETT ....... ........ P ittsbmgglo MEYER UMANSICY ......... MILDRED K. WAGLE .... JANE P. WALKER ........... VIRGINIA A. WALKER.. WILLIAM A. WAUGH .... .-.--..--.McKeeIport ---.----Pltt.fbm'lgb ------..Clozirton .-..----Pitt.rbztrgb .-.-.------.S'171'Z71gL?l4l6 WILLIAM S. WEDDELL ......... .......... W ext Newton JOHN W. WELLS ........... ......... H omer, N. Y. I QSP ' -5 31 La JV li --IH L' ,,,.... OWL 2 He simply reaches over to the wall where the KCDXM is mounted on its extension bracket- mouth-- 4 Presses the button on the automatic hand timing switch, and the exposure 1 When a dentist with a c'CDX" wants to see a probable hidden pathology, or wishes to check up his work- 3 Positions it to the film in the patient's is completed. - 5 In approximately six min' "CDX" Is 10017 Electrically Safe DENTAL DIVISION OF utes his office assistant will have the film developed and ready for interpretation. Write for descriptive booklet on the"CDX"and names of authorized d ealer distributors iii your vicinity. VICTCR X-RAY C CRPORATION Manufacturers of the Coolidge Tube Physical Therapy Apparatus, Electro- and complete line of X-Ray Apparatus E cardiograp hs, and other Specialties 2012 Jackson Boulevard 0 I Chicago, Illinois, U. S.A. AGENERAL ELECTRIC ORGANIZATION i EEE! Page 375 'M HUGH B. WELTY ..,..... ROBERT E. WENTZ ....,,,v KENNETH B. WIBECAN ........ ,,A..... HELEN B. WIGMAN .,.,...., THELMA Y. WILLIMAN ,.... G. RANDOLPH WILSON ....., MARY M. WINTERS ,O,.,..., HELEN E. WANDWARD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, STANLEY S. WROBLESKI, JR JACK YELIN .,,,.,,....,,AL,,LOOAOOOOO,,O. FRANCES E. YOUNG ..,.,,LLL KATHERINE S. YOUNG ..,..,... -f...-fn ..........Greembzzr!g ,...,................SJboro1z Brooklyn, N. Y. .,.........PiftJ19mf!gb C.,C,,,Pitz'Jbzz1'rgb ,.,.......Bmoer ................Sezoickley N ew K67Zfj7Zgf0lZ .,.....,....B7'LILi6l70Ck ..C.C.,P2rf.rbzz1'tgb . ..Pifffozzrcgb .....,.PittJIm1'tgb ROBERT FORSYTHE YOUNG ...,...,,,.,,...,,...,..., Dormorz! GRADUATED, FEBRUARY 1928 i N ::!!!. .?-sy jk MARY F. GORDON ........ HUGH V. GROVES .................. ..........PittJburtgl9 ..........Pitt.rburcgb HI LDA L. HAMMERSCHMIDT ....... ......,,.. P ittfburcglo WILLIAM B. HENNINGER.. .... MARY A. IGNELZI ,,..,,,,,,L,,L JOHN C. KATO .........,.,.LL,.,v ISADORE M. KREIMER ,........,. SOL I. LASNER ....,..,......., ELMER A. LISSFELT .....,,L ESTHER MARGOLIS ....,,,,,. JAMES K. MCFADYEN .,....L., JAMES M. MCMICHAEL ......... PAUL FREDERICK MCQUIGGAN .............. HARRY A. MEIZLIK .................... ....,... JOSEPH W. MILLIRON ....... ..,.......Pitt.rbzzrtgl9 ,.........P2ttfbmftgb ..,,....Duqueme ..Pittfbm'gb ,.Pitt.rbzn'zgb ..PittJburzgl1 ....Munloall .......Lotrobe ......0akdole ....Bmddock McKeeJport ..,......Kitz'onnintg DUNCAN M. ALLAN ,,,,.U.., ,,,,,I. P jfzybwgb CHARLES E. MOSS ,,,.,,,, .......... P Zrtfburglo JOSEPH A. BAIRD ........,. .....,,,, C mffon JAMES K. NEALON .......... .......... P ittfburgb EARL D. BAUMANN .....,,,. S,v,,vS B elleooe GEORGE C. PETERS ,....... ............. B eover ISAAC O. BELL ........,L...... ....,,, P ifzfborcgh ARTHUR R. RACK .......... McKee.rpo1't MARY R. BLUMBERGER ....... ...,.,, P ittfburtgb RICHARD G. ROGERS .......... ...... F feepoff SAMUEL D. BRAIMER ..,.... ..,.,.. P imbortgb HARRY H. ROSEN .......... ..PirfJbm'gl9 THOMAS E. CANON ....S... .,,,,,, P jftfbznfgb EDNA G. ROTHMAN .......... .......... P ifffbufgld MARY L. CHRISTY .,,,,..,., ,,.,,., P ifrfbmfgb MARCELLA E. SPEER ..,....... ......, M cKee.f Rocky WILLIAM E. COVIL .......... ....,.. W ffkfiifblllfg THEODORE B. STEM ............... ......... B enezeffe ABRAHAM FRIEDMANN ,,....... ........, M cKeefport ELIZABETH B. THOMSON ........... .......... P iftfburglv JOHN A. GILL ................ ..,..,,,,, P irzyburgb MARTIN E. WEAVER ......... ......... W est Newton Page 376 , f iifx I3 Riff :- I I I 1 l :a!!!..H1 YOU CAN DEPEND UPON PROTAS LABORATORY SERVICE QQ The Most Prominent Dentists in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio and VVest Virginia Entrust Their Laboratory VVork to Protas, Knowing That Their Cases Will Be Handled VVith Care, Precision, Accuracy and Speed! '33 Om' Experience Ir fl! Your Service! VULCANITE DEPT. CERTIFIED AKER'S CASTING DEPT. CERAMIC DEPT. LABORATORY CRONVN AND BRIDGE WORK 'QQ' PROTAS DENTAL LABORATORIES 524 PENN AVE., PITTSBURGH SECOND FLOOR, METHODIST BUILDING NP I V P19 ' C, O, L. What You Should Know Before D O 0 O 3, Investmg In Dental Equlpment i HE dental equipment of forty years ago was very ... .5-l f H crude and imperfect. At that time, The Harvard -5 .7, Company constructed a dental chair along new and , . W -. A le original lines. The many new and desirable features 1 A ' ' possesed by the first Harvard chair set a standard that 1 other manufacturers had to conform to. Since that time The Harvard Company has been a recognized .I The Denfal leader in the den tal equipment field. Not only has The IINQNQQQ. Equipment that Harvard Company set a standard in design, but it has ""' has set a Standard set a standard for quality, that other manufacturers have never been able to meet at the price of Harvard Equipment. "High pressure" salesmanship, therefore, has never been necessary in selling Harvard Equip- ment-it has always been sold by inviting careful com- parison with other equipment. The dentist who is given the unrestricted privilege to carefully compare Harvard Equipment with that of other makes will quickly understand why it is the choice of so many Dental Equipment, COMPARE Harvard with that of other makes, and use your own judgment. THE HARVARD C0. cAN'roN, omo Manufacturers of Dental Chairs, Cabinets, Units, Engines and other Dental Equipment the design, efficiency, quality, beauty and price of leading members ofthe Profession. Before investing in- l i A I kg Page 377 pl!!-12' I ' 745' f if I ,,., ah: A Q? 1 R - ff-?3'3 . I P i. I. v"lq,f3 -L 'fir an I 1 I Ill A lk H SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Kyiv OFFICERS LEWIS M. SMYLIE .,.....,. ,,,, ,, ,,,,,A JOSEPH W. CAMPBELL ..AE,.E,AEEEEE, BERTHA PATRICIA O'LEARY ,...I, HERMAN R. LAMM ,,,II,II,,I,,,, ANDREW JESSE ACKERMAN ........ ,.,.S.S A mhridge LEO HENRY BUTLER ....,.... CHARLES JOSEPH ADONIZIO ..,....S,vSSSI.S...,SSS,V. Pittston HAROLD WHITEMAN ALLEN Martirzsoiile, W. Va. FRANK RUSSEL ARCARA. .....SSS.S... Biejjtaio, New York HAROLD MILTON BANKS .S..... ..,.,...Lndiow CHARLES ARTHUR BAYLOR S.SS. ...,., W ineiher ROBERT MILES BELL ........... MYER BERNEFIELD ....... JOHN VANCE BEST, JR. ,v..,... . .......Belie11iee .Pittshiirgh ...............fohnstown NICHOLAS HANNA BITAR. ..,.... ......I. N ew Kensington JOHN C. BLACK ......,...S...S..... W. HAROLD BLACK ..,.I.... JOSEPH C. BLACKBURN ......,.,. ,,.,..Three Springs ....,..ConfYztenee ....,....,...Ciairton CLARENCE COLUMBUS BLOW ...... ....... P hiladeiphia STEPHEN JOHN BONDY ...... ALLAN ARTHUR BOOTH ..,...I...... ...Lfohnstown ....I....Sharorz EARL JOSEPH CHARLES BOWER .....,... ........ K ingston FRANCIS DUSHANE BRANTLINGER ,......... Aspinwal! RICHARD CRANE BRIANT ....,.,.......,............. Pittshiirgh FRED HAYS BROWN ............ Alhright, West Virginia JOSEPH AIME AGENOR BRUNET..Vdll6jjLi6!d, Qnehee LAWLOR JOSEPH BURKE .....,S. North Troy, New York GERALD VAUGHAN BURNS ...,.................... Emporium Page 378 Z I .-gg' X J. WILSON BYERS ........,S........ SAMUEL LOUIS CALLERY ....S........ GEORGE ALEXANDER CAMPBELL JOSEPH WILLIAM CAMPBELL ......... WILLIAM JOHN CAMPBELL ........... ....... ........President . . . . . ..Vice-President .........Secretaig1 ,..,.,,Treasierer .......Oiyphant Pittshnrgh Pinleyoille Pittshiergh Homestead Greenshzerg CHARLES RICHARD CARNAHAN ..............,..... Prospect HAROLD DWIGHT CHAFFEE ..., S o. Manchester, Conn. HAROLD LESLIE CHALFANT .................... Honey Brook HARDEN CLARK ...........,.... Wellshiirg, West Virginia WILLIAM PAUL CLARK I...........,,.....,...I.,.,.,,,,, Clairton PATRICK ANTHONY CLEMENT ....... .......,....... E rie ADRIAN A. CONNELLY I,........... .fohnstown GEORGE ROSS COOK ..,..... Johnstown THOMAS LEO COOK .............. Homestead ROBERT FARR CORNELIUS .,....... ..... S teeiton WILLIAM JOSEPH CORSELLO ...... ........ P ittshnrgh LEE S. COWAN ...................... ........ P ittshnrgh WILLIAM ROBERT COWAN ........ ...... C orsica JAMES VINCENT COXE .........,........................ Hazleton ERNEST FLOYD CROUSE .......... Power, West Virginia R. DALE CRUMPTON ............ ................. T nrtie Creek FRANK NEWTON CUMMINS ...... . ..... Ford City I '3 PF FF .-: . I-1 . .1 I -B uf K I 1' -P' - LE- figs it ii Fx A M i . i si 1 i 'i W x QU T -Q X F ' W7 i t i -- I fl55Eq'U?3Fiieff'f ll-A IE 'Il' , lil , r 1 i 1 , A RHTTER R' HELP Yolo 1 if Acoiuuul-3v1E we S Lu cc: co ne S S l is Y - fafilf' F you let Ritter Equipment sup- g?g353?iie it plement your personal skill you l will render professional service of l - A H A 1 A l ' e y the highest order to your chosen NIR community. Through this service you Will receive not only commen- if surate financial reward but that great personal satisfaction which ,la , ' comes only from doinga thing Well. ""' 'Q W My l Begin. your practice right with . comp sssor . Putter equipment and you Mg'f,'Q,2Qbf" are well on the road ,, ,v 1 v y 'p to success. G1 A , i K Q ! Q- FQQQQQ 1 Manufacturers of 91 iff! ! fine dentalequip- M " H ' H: i- ' ti 'J ment for nearly a L9 l " V' I half a century Mm v Laboratory Lathe Dental Lathe , . Model"A" f' A - . f - X Model "B" . v K 4 i"' ' f .....,. hy v A X I 2 1- vgiffep v Page379 milf? saw 223 Q :rg e- is E - S '!!. "f-I J JOSEPH C. CUPELLI ,,,.,,., ..,. . P oint Me11'ion ANDREW A. CUTLER ....,,. .,..., F reelericktozon GEORGE CYBULKO ,,,, ..,... Eezft Plfl'.i'bZlI'gZ7 PAUL R. CYPERT ..,..... ..,,.....,...,...,......... B enoer JOHN IRWIN DAKIN ,,.,....,..,E,..., Nezonrk, New feizrey TRUESDELL CLARKE DAVIDSON ,.....,.....,... Pittfbzertgb SAMUEL M. DAVIS ..,................. Newark, New femey HAMILTON STEPHEN DAY .... ..,.... Dnnnlr Station HARRY ALLEN DECKER. .,,. . .,..,LL.,.LL Rieltgzoety HARRY DEIBLER ,L.,.,..,...... ...L. B rookoille FELIX FRANCIS DEMOISE ,,,,,,,L LLLLLL G reembzircg JAMES EARL DEPOE ....,LL ,LLLLLL P ittJbni'gh ELLWOOD S. DERR ,,,,,.L,,, .LLLIL. L eu'i.rtozon JOSEPH B. DOLEGIEWICZ .... ...... Foreft Cigf HARRY EMIL DONMORE ....... .,...... M eKeeJpo1't FRANCIS C. DONOVAN ..,....... .,..... R enooo JOHN EDWARD DOTTERWAY ...... ....... L ntrooe WENDELL PHILLIP DOUGLASS .................. U niontozon NORMAN JAMES DOYLE, .... ........... W eiweizfoille, Ubio LOUIS WILLIAM DRUGMAND, ........ ....... I nzperiezl JOSEPH HENRY DUNEOAN.. ,,.... .................. P ntton DERWARD CARLEY DUNHAM .....,,... Lifle, New York FRANKLIN ALBERT EDMUNDS ............. DAVID HERMAN EHRLICH ......I.. .Connellfoille .....,. Pittfbnrgb HARRY THICKSTUN ELLSWORTH ............,. Sprinlgboro THEODORE BAILEY ENGEL ......... ....... P ittflonrtgb LEE HENRY ENGELBACH .....,. .LL..L. f obnftozon KARL EMIL ERTZMAN ...,.. ..,.... P ittfbnrglo JOHN RAYMOND ESCHER ...... .,.... .Y wiffoetle PAUL KIRK EVANS ,..........,. I.,.... H nftontozon ROBERT LEANDER FINLAY ...... ..,.... P ittfbnrgh JOHN PATRICK FITZGERALD .....,. ....... P ittfbnrrgb RALPH HYMEN FLANSBAUM L...... ....... P ittfbnifcgb HAROLD DANIEL FORD .... ............ Deng' PETER FOX .,.,....,............. ......, P ittfonrglo Page 380 Y ROBERT DALRYMPLE FRAWLEY ...... ...... T itnfoille LOREN MILLIGAN PRAY ...., MARION DANIEL FREZZA .,..,., CARL DUPF FRIEDMAN ....,. JOSEPH STEWART FROST..,..,- HARRY MARTIN FURNISS ........ ROBERT BURRELL GASKEEN .,..,..... JOHN FOREST GEARHART ....... WILLIAM DEEVERS GEORGE ...,... PHILIP IRVINE GINSBURG L.....L ABE FRANK GLICK .,,....,,.,. EDWIN HAY GLOTFELTY ....... HARRY GOLD, ....,. .......... L ....,WetJbintgton .......Altoonn .....,,.Pitt.rbzerglo ........,..Cezrnegie ..,...Pnnx.fzetnwney Yonntgxtown, Ohio .....,..Cezirnb1'ook .,....Wil1nerelin4g ..,...New Castle ........Pitt.fbnrtgb ......AA.fpinwnll ...............,..Kezylor BENJAMIN GOLDBERG.. .................. Steubenville, Ohio RICHARD ALLYN GOLDBERG .,,.. MILTON GOLDSTEIN ....... .... JACOB CARL GRAUER .... .,,,LI..... JULIUS PAUL GREENBEROER ,...... DARIUS FOSTER GREEK .....Le..,,.L, ..,..Nezo Kenfinlgton ....Cleoeleznel, Oloio .......-..PittJbnrglo .. ........ Pittxbztrtglo .,,..Bmelforel RODGER WENTWORTH GRIFFIN ..,...,,. , .,,, Pittybzertgla CURTIS RICHARD GRIFFING .....L,. DEWERT G. GROVER L.......L HENRY FRANKLIN HAIN .....,.. JAMES PATRICK HALEY ...... ...I......,..Erze ....,,..I.Ul,j'JI6J .......Hnwi.rbnrfg .....Binporizenz HARVEY ORRISON HART .....,,,,..,.............. Greenfbzerg HAROLD HARTENSTEIN ,.,,,,,,., Wooelinont, Connecticut CHARLES INGRAM HARVEY, ........ L.......... B enoer Fezlly PARKER PALMER HEAD ........ WILLIAM GERALD HEALY ..... THEODORE KARL HEESS.....,.. LLEWELLYN RAAB HEISLER ...... HARRY EDWARD HENRY ,,..,,... LEONARD A. HIMELBLAU ........ PAUL DONALD HINDERER ...... WALTER PAUL HOBAN ....... ' P P A f F ' gui' 1' 1' :I iii ...--.-.Pitt.rl9nrfglo .......Altoonn ,....,Nezo Cnftle .. . . . .Detlletftown ......Wooeloni9f .......,Pitt.rbnrtgb ........Pitt.rbnrtgl1 ......Sbm'p.foille 1 4 v 1 1 . . , 1 :Hilti T-1 DENTAL STUDENTS enjoy dealing with as and find their various needs well met from every standpoint. COMPLETE EQUIPMENT AND ORGANIZATION OF YOUR OFFICE WHEN YOU GRADUATE, WITH A RARE COMBINATION OF ECONOMY, QUALITY, AND CONVENIENCE. ATlantic M0 Q- C00 611 Penn Avenue 4860-61 USC Theatre Entrance PITTSBURGH, PA. Baher Golds For Casting And For W roaght Clasps Are Dependable Bova all else, your casting gold and the alloy of which you make your wrought clasps must be reliable. You cannot build Well with material of uncertain quality. Baker's Dental Golds are made from scientifically correct form- ulae and using them, you may feel perfectly certain that you have taken every care in the selection of material. Le! us send you our hoohlet on the subject BAKER SL CO., INC. 54 Austin Street, Newark, N. NEVV YORK CHICAGO "Eat 'Em Up, Pitt!" But be sure the foods you eat possess quality and nutriment value, as only such are fitted for building muscle and stamina in the athlete and endowing the student with a clear and untiring mentality. - The canned goods and other foods we sell are of the highest quality and only expert growers and packers are engaged in producing them. Our Mr. Charles M. Kerns is thor- oughly conversant with the food line and is always at your service to assist and advise you in the selection and purchase of foods. We solicit your patronage. H. F. Behrhorst SL Son, Inc. TWENTY-THIRD 81 CARSON STS. SOUTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA. Phone, H eniloola 1600 'Qfihe Emj, 1, 3332.-stern if, t E Uhenlugiral Vplbg pg ,,.. Sentinarg . - I """ if.- . . 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KELso PITTSBURGH, PA. 1 is A --' - A1 -' 1 r -' .. .TI 1,1 I'j tg Page 381 1 T ::!!!. as-I . ,1-' EVAN ALFRED HOLLEY ..,..... Martin: Ferzgf, Ohio CLYDE WILBUR HORDUSKY .,v .,. ,v...,v. G eneoa, Ohio DOUGLAS HARRY HOUGH i....,,.A ..iv.. H onzefteael ALBERT LEO HUNTER .....,,A.,. ..,,EE, P ittihnrfgh WILLIAM DONALD HUSTEAD, LLL.L,LLLLL.LLLL,LL Uniontown FRANCIS DILWORTH IRWIN ,,,LLL Eaft Liverpool, Ohio THARRY WALLACE IRWIN ..,L,,IL..,LLLLI,.,,,,,,,,,,L, Ingrarn WILLIAM THOMAS JAMES .,....LLLLLL.. Yonntgftown, Ohio ELSON JONES ...,..L.....LLLLII...,L ,..L..,........ P ittfhargh JOSEPH PAUL JONES ...,,,..LLLLI...L L,.,S.. W ext Newton KENNETH HARTMAN JONES LLLL, Pnnxfntawney CHARLES ALFRED KANTNER., SLLL,.,,,LL,,,S,,,,,,, Stl Clair FREDERICK L. KAPLAN ,.S.L.,.,. L,S..,LL Z anefoille, Ohio SHIELDS M. KELLY ......,.,,.,L DAVID FRANCIS KENNEDYL. GEORGE W. KESSLER ....L.,.... .......Sziterfi'ille ...,,,,jL'1'77Z-j'7Z .....,T...,.I..,.,LClairton DONALD EDWARD KLINGBEIL.. .,.LLL Afhtahnla, Ohio FURMAN ROY KNAUB,..,.. THADDEUS C. KNOLL ...,,.I. MITCHELL KORBELAK ...... , .LDalla,rtown .,............Nantiooke Detroit, Michigan JOHN AUGUSTINE KOZAK LII,L, ,,,,,,L,,, W ilkef-Barre RAYMOND LEVI KREIDER L...... HAROLD LAVERNE KRIBBS ,,..,, .......Nerth Girard .,,..LBeaoer Fally KENNETH RAYMOND KRUGH ,,,,,,,, ,L,L,LL P ittfhnrgh BENJAMIN KURTZ e......,......,...L.L ...e.e. P ittehnrtgh EDVMXRD JOHN LALLY., ........,,...,...,.LLIe...., Nilef, Ohio HERMAN ROBIN LAMM .LLL Atlantic City, New feroey MARTIN M. LANDAY ....... .,,,,,,,,,,. W afhington LOUIS MORAN LASKEY ,,,,L,, I,I., Y onntgytown, Ohio TASE JAMES LEKAS .... ........e....,............,, M cKeeI Rocky CATHERINE MAGDALENE LERGENMILLER..Mnnhall AARI N LESSIN ........ .,..LL. N ewarlz, New ferfey HARRY IEEVY .......................................... Philadelphia EUGENE ANTHONY LEWANDOWSKI ...,..,.....,, Throop 3'Dicd January Eighth. Page 382 4.-91 rv LL' EUGENE EDWARD LING ....,,L ....... C olnnzhiana, Ohio JOHN SAMUEL LLOYD ..... THOMAS A. LOEFFLER ......., HARRY A. LONG ,.,,I,,,.,,,,,,,,, CARIVIEN ANTHONY LUCCO ..L,... FREDERICK JONES MCCLAY ...... JOHN ROBERT MCCONNELL ..................... ...,,........PittJhnrtgh .......Ainhridrge .....PittJhnrgh ...,..Braelforel ........Uniontown .......Elwyn JOHN WESLEY MCCONNELL ........ Wheeling, W. Va. PHILIP FREDERICK MCCRACKEN ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, Mahajjfey PHILIP THOMAS MCGEE .....,. ....... M cGee.r Mills WILLIAM JOSEPH MCGILL ...I. ........ H ornexteael EDWARD C. MCMULLEN ,.,.,.. ......... A lhion SANDY ROY MCNEAL .,...... ...., P ittfhnrlgh JAMES BROOK MAGEE ...,......,.L........ ..... P ittfhnrgh BIAGIO VINCENT MANGANIELLO ....S.......,... Pittston ERWIN FRANCIS MARNON .....,........C..... Williarnfport JOSEPH BRAINARD MARTIN,.H07f0n, Weot Virginia HUBERT JOHN MAXWELL ..,,... JAMES BOGGS MEHAFFEY ........... HAROLD FREDERICK MEYBIN....... XJAMES KERSEY MIERLEY ........ WILLIAM BUDD MILLER .,... PAUL FOSTER MINNICH .....,,.,... KENNETH FRANCIS MITCHELL .,...,. GEORGE RISSER MOKE .,,....,,......, GRANT CURTISS MORROW ....... RICHARD MELLON MOWRY ,,.. JAMES FRANCIS MULLEN .....L FRED NELAN .....,,L...,......L...... ...,...Mone.r:en ...,,Valentia .,....,Mone.r.fen ......Hnntintga'on Midellexex .......Upper Darhy ..,..Pitt.rhnrcgh ,....Valeneia ........Derrg1 ...............Altoona I.,.,Dnnn'J Station CLIFFORD HARRY NELSON ...............,,.,......,.. Ludlow LOUIS HAROLD NELSON ,...... . JAMES THOMAS NEWLIN ,....,. MILTON EVANS NICHOLSON ..... EDGAR CLARENCE NIXON ...... TDied March Twenty-sixth. l 45" . - 'i-255221 ff '- E. Liverpool, Ohio ....,...,...Pitcairn ...,....Wilkinfhnr4g .,-.....Pairchance If ' I I ' . l . II I - E59 I? AS 5 -Z " Q4 DIAMOND CHAIR a : '35 5' WL. . 5 f I Slg A wivmewr WA D S W O KT H HA Pcncu Lf-Jo Pc at NATU RA L" T E ETH cf' Products tha grew with the Pro ession T was in 1844, just five years after the foundations Were laid for the first dental school, the first dental society and the first dental journal, that Samuel S. White, visioning the needs of the profession and the expansion that was to come, founded a manu- factory and a policy 'fto make the best goods, and to sell them at a not unreasonable profit." From this modest beginning there grew the present complete plant for the making of dental instruments, materials and appliances, wherein every article is studied from the View- point of its uses and a premium is placed on in : 1' .XY .:l'AE: ' NON'FREEZING -YA: : J 4: , :Qui I y lffgl, ' TRUE ALLOY- GOLD MATERIALS :4 - In-:SaL i I I v I l ll ,l ' I ix I1 III9 ' me GAS Bt APPARATUS iii mb ,E I 5 Im .af I I 3 il II f N Q ?'-Jiff M eQm Ie es., I We X ' N XXI R ,. ,si ttin , Vlgp W ade Mark ts a guarantee gfqaalzgiw p intelligence and skill. g 1 Rigid, systematic tests and inspection unite XA I to guarantee S. S. White Dental Products as A I perfect as human skill can make them, while a competent organization together with 1 H LIN ELAIN the co-operation of reputable dental TOOT TE i dealers in all parts of the world ,La g 3, K make possible an efficient fi service to the 9253123 --'- ,,,i rofession. I Q 'II CARBORUNDUM Illzzrtrated Catalogs and Pamphlets E G E OOLS available on request DEN M95 .fb-N +I sa., 3- 7he S.S.WhIt6 Dental. Mfg Co. iss S 'Since IB44 lhe Sfarzdard 'X g4-i zlNc.5lLvEPcf4 PI"'IadeIPI"'a FRY- KRYPTEX CEMENT5 X DENTAL RUBBER5 We . M I 2 Q I , It get hlLhX'!l."',Xx-'If . 20 as LL2 1,7 '? 6 lj ' rf if maart? I NWX-'Hg WHQ ' 'II" ' 'QE , X rfb fiirii Page 383 in ---..I E . E' , huh 'L I 'CQ ' ' Yr ' . 'I . ' 'M A' , I if- 1 e . .V I ' ' A U!! I 'Il v BERTHA PATRICIA O LEARY , .A,..,AA............. . A Girard RICHARD JOHN O,LEARY ,...v.....,,I,I. Lieke, Maijflaizd JOHN LAWRENCE FRANCIS O'LOUGHLIN..Pittfbzergh KENNETH LESLIE OSBORNE ............ Yoangftown, Ohio WILLIAM PATTERSON ...... ..,...I B elle Center, Ohio EUGENE WILSON PAUL ,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,L V andergrift ALBERT RAYMOND PECHAN ,,..,.,,, ,,,..,. F ord Cigf C. MEADE PETERS ,.........,....,,....,......,..... Salem, Ohio CLAYTON CHALMER PHEASANT .,LL,. ,.Mapletoiz Depot MERLE FA,Y PIERSOL .....,L....,,,. WALTER WESLEY PIERSOL ...., SAMUEL PITTLER .......,,,LLL,, ARTHUR ADAM POST ...... OSCAR RACUSIN .......,. MORRIS RAMBACH .......,SSSS.,,,,S DAVID LAWRENCE RAVELLA ...... WALLACE SYKES REED ....,.....LL HOMER EDWARD REYNOLDS ...,.. JAMES NELSON RICHARDSON.. WILLIAM DOUGLASS RIDER... WILLIAM JAMES RIHANEK ...... TYRRELL FRANKLIN ROGERS I..... THEODORE LEY ROHM ..........I OSCAR ARTHUR ROSEN .,.SS. EDWIN AMOS SAEGER ....... ANDREW JOHN SALATA ...... C,,,,S......C..Freedon2 ....,..Freedorn Yzekon Detroit, Miehi gan ,....,........PittJhiergh .......Kittanning .....CWiln2erdirzg C.,...,.Braddock ..,L.Faeto1yoille ....................Kd7Z6 .,.... Cleveland, Ohio ......,.,.Yoiethwe.rt ...,..L...,,Erie ,...,...PittJbzergh ,L.,.Cleoeland, Ohio .....,,.........Pitt.rbiergh ....,.,YOZ!7ZtgJf0W7Z, Ohio PHILIP EUGENE SARGEANT ...................,.S New Caftle MEYER SCHAFFER .............,..,,,L Elizabeth, New ferfey WILLIAM SCHAFFER ..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Elizabeth, N . j. LOUIS HUTH SCHRAMM .... Piedinont, Weft Virginia FRANCIS GERARD SCHROTH .......,.,..,..,,...,. Pittfhiergh HARRY GEORGE SCOTT ........ HARVEY LEE SCOTT ...... RALPH CUSTER SCRAGG ........ ARTHUR HAYS SHAFFER .......,.. ...,..CoateJoille ..,,,...CoateJoille .......Canton, Ohio .......Flenzington HAROLD ASHBAUGH SHAFFER ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,, K ittanning ERNEST CECIL SHEPHERD ....,... EDWARD M. SHIRING ....... JOHN DAVIS SHOEMAKER. ..... . ROBERT HALE SHOOP ......, .,.....CDonora .........,.Pitt.rbiirgh ......New Bethlehem ..,.........,Freeport SAMUEL M. SHRAGER ...,....,..-,,..,..,,,.,,...,...., Dzegiieyne - .Qt MORRIS SILVERSTEIN ....... PHILIP WILLIAM SILVIS ..... LEWIS MARTIN SMYLIE ....... ......Cleoeland, Ohio ..,.........New Bethlehein -....MartinI Feriy, Ohio HARRY EDWIN SNOWDEN ..........,...,..... Beaver Fallf MICHAEL ANDREW SNYDER ....... FRANK IMBRIE SPENGLER ,,.. .....New Salem ........Beaz1er RAYMOND LESLIE SPHAR ,,,..,C .,,,,,. C harleroi HERMAN SPIELMAN ,......,..,... ...,......,. P ittxbiergh CORNELIUS JOSEPH SPLAIN, JR. .... Youngstown, Ohio PAUL ASIA SPRINGER ....,I..,.,..,, ,...,....,, H arriybierg ROBERT RANKIN STAKE ...... ..,,,,..,.,.,Sproal WILLIAM WELLINGTON STEELE ,........... Liebon, Ohio HERMAN STEIN ,,....,.,..,,,..,, Atlantic City, New ferfey ROSS WESTERMAN STEVENS ,,C..... ..,... W ilkinsbierg FRANK PERSHING STEWART .,.,... ....,...Indiana WILLIAM LYNN STROUP, JR. ...................... Brockway RUDOLPH SUSSMAN .....I............ Elizabeth, New feryey GEORGE EDMUND TODD .,.....C.............,...,..,... Altoona HENRY H. TONGUE.. .,.....,.., ...... N . Braddock SYLVESTER JOSEPH TRACY ........ ..,..,....,.,.., P ittfton GEORGE GILBERT TREESE ........ .,..,.. R oaring Spring EDWARD LOUIS TRUHAN .,,.,. .L,,..........Allport KENNETH H. M. UHLER ........... ,..,...... E afton ARTHUR WILLIAM VASBINDER ...... .......... E aft Brady NORBERT R. VEIHDEFFER .,.. Niagara Fallf, N. Y. LEONARD JOHN VOELKER ,..............,...,....,.......,... Erie ALTON D. VOGAN ........,...,.. ...,............ .Y andy Lake WILLIAM HARVEY WALLS .......... Kingwood, W. Va. CHESTER H. WASMUTH ....... ....,,.......Tzirtle Creek RICHARD D. WELLS ,....,................,. f oplin, Mixfoari FRANKLIN C. W. WENTZEL ...... ,.....,....... 5' wiffzfale FRANCIS EDWARD WIBLE ......., .....,. P ittfbargh HOWARD L. WILLIAMS ............... ...... M ahajjtey RANDALL LORRAINE WILLIAMS ...... ,...,..,.... M are DONALD CARGIL WILSON ...................... Beaver Fall! JOHN EDWARD WITTEK ....,,,...., Newark, New ferfey GEORGE WOLEE ......,...,.,........,.................. Mzllrille CHARLES LEE WOODWARD,.CdPfind, Wext Virginia JOHN MURDOCK WOODWARD ........,... Findlay, Ohio JAMES HOWARD YODER ..... .....,. P ittfbargh WILLIAM BLAKE YOUNG- .... ...... B eaoer Falls IRWIN EDWARD ZIMMERMAN .................. Pittihargh Page 384 Hb' Y V:-F ' n ,ar wif: 51?-217, ff-7' I F9 T OWL FRATERNITY, COLLEGE aiiel CLASS JEWELRY C'077277Z6'7ZC677Z67Zl' Q!477720ll7'ZC677267Zl'.f H7751 I7'l1lll'dl'l077J' Official feioeler to tlie Uiiioerfity at Tittfliircgla L. G. BALEOUR COMPANY Jflaiiiifactieriiicg fezoelerc aiicl Stationery ATTLEBORO, MASS. Pittsbiirtgla Office: 518-519 STATE THEATRE BUILDING ASK ANY COLLEGE GREEK IRON CITY ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Sztpplies- W lzolesale Only VVESTINGHOUSE AGENTS JOBBING 630 WILLIAM PENN WAY PITTSBURGH, PA. IRON CITY ELECTRIC CO. Battery ana' Tire Service Station 3577 BIGELOW BLVD. Near Bloomfield Br dg IRON CITY ENGINEERING CO. Electrical Contractors 511 FIRST AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA. T ,L SCHOOL OF EDUCATION QQ NO class OHicers were elected in the School of Education during the DOROTHY ALBERT .,.,,.c..,. c,Ac.ccA,, P jfffblllgb RUTH M. BOWER .,.,,,c,,,,, WALTER L. ALLISON L..,..... L..,..,.,, P Zttfburgb ELIZABETH BREDNICH... ,,.. ANNA M. ALOE.. . ..,....... , .L..,...c, Pitrsburcgb AGNES M. ANDERSON M. LAUDA ANDRE. ..,. I ALTA ANDREW .......,. ..........Pit!.rbzn'tgh L,,..LLL Tfzrefzrzwz ........DIl727Z Smtiofz JOSEPHINE ANGELO ........L ,L,,,L.,,, P Zttfbzzrgb ANNA D. AUERSWALD A,L...,.LL L.LLL.L,.. P ittfbzzrfgb ROSE AZEN L.,. ..L...V,.,,.......V ,,L..,.... P i tzfbznftgb ANARUTH BAER ...,.... WALTER BAGUET ...., ELEANOR BAIR e....,... .L..,.....P2ttJbz41ftgla ..........PittfbzzrtglJ ..........O6Zk.77Z07Zf CHARLENE BARD L...,...,LL,, ,,L,,,,,,,L,,,,,,,,,,, N ortlaemt FREDA V. BARNCORD ,.........L..,..., Cmfrigmwille, Ind. MARTHA L. BARNES ,..,.,..,. ,,,..,...LL,,,,,,,,, I fzdmmz M. MAE BEAN .........,.. Cazzomburg ESTHER BEARD ........,.,............... Pmkerfbznftg, W. Va. LEROY BEAUSIGNEUR ...... .... ..............L...... P i ff.fbZ!l'gZ7 CARL BERG ....................... .......... C hzirrofz LILLIAN E. BILLSON .......... ...,,,,... P Ztrxburfgb JAMES D. BISHOP .......... ELIZABETH BLACKLEY. ..L.....TiImvi!le ..........Pift5bzn'tgb HELEN BLACKMORE. ...... ,,..L..... P itffburfgla LEAH BLUESTONE .... .. REBECCA BLUM ......,.. SARA A. BOGGS ........ Page 386 ...L......Pi!tJburfglJ ,.........Pitt.rbu1Qglv .........-PZtt.rburglo I ASL CELESTE BREGENZER ......., past year. ........Pitt.rbz4rCgb ....Pitt.f5zn'gl9 ........PZt1f.rbz4rtgb ROSANNA G. BROADWATER .... ALMA C. BROGWELL ........ MARIAN R. BROWN ........ CHARLES BUZZARD ,,..L.... EDNA RUTH CANAGA .......... JOSEPH L. CHICK.. ...... .. VIOLET CHRISTY .......V ..........Gle12c0e ....PittJbzn'glJ ........Pittfburtgb --................Ap0llo .........McKee.r Rocky ,......,.....DzzBoi.r ..........Cmfton RUTH W. COLE ...... ........ P ittfbznfglo ISABEL CONDIE ........... ............ L arimer MARTHA S. COOK ......... ....... ..McKeefp0rt IDA MAY COOPER ................. ........ W ilkimburg MARGARET E. CORBETT .......... ........ P ittfburgh SYLVIA B. CORMAN. ................. ........ P Zttfbzzrtgb FLORENCE M. CORNFORTH ......... ........ P ittfbzargla CORINNE COWAN ................ ............. T arm ELMER B. COTTRELL ........ ........ P ittfbznfcgb ELIZABETH E. CRIM ......... ........ P ittxbzzrtgll HOMER A. DEAN ...... FRANCES DEHAVEN. .... H. AGNES DELANEY ............. KATHRYN ANNE DENNEY.. MILDRED DENNISTON ......... .. STANISLAW S. DEPTULA ...... M l 1 -j ' F' .. L. if ':"LL5 ..........MZ!roy ..-.....Pitmirn ...-.....,Avalon ........PZttJbzzrLgl9 .....Uniorzt0wn ........Pitt.rbzzrgla li 53 : It eelgl' V921 IFOUNDED I 8781 THE PITTSBURGH CQIIRGR of PHARMACY Q? SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ofthe UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH Fzffyfirst Annual Session Opens September 1928 For definite date and Bulletin of Information address DR. I. A. KOCH, Dean '22 143 I Boulevard ofthe Allies PITTSBURGH, PENNA. , V l J Pg 387 LOTTIE DORRINGTON ........ ERLA R. DOUBLE ........ MARIAN D. EITEL ...... MAXINE F. ECKSTEIN ............... CLIFFORD A. EDMUNDSON .... ...... FLORENCE EDWARDS .... - ...... .. RUTH E. EDWARDS ............ ORLANDO H. ENGLISH ......... MARGARET E. EVANS. ..... .. GEORGE R. FISHER ............ rf J, ..-.......Pitf.fhzirtgh .......PizmizJIzi.r ..........PfffJbIl7cgl9 ....C.....PittJhiirtgh .........Mz4nhaZl ..........PittJhiirgh ..........PittJhzirCgh ........Amh1'idtge ,.........Piz't.rhzirtgh ..........Pitr.rhii1'gh MARGARET M. FLEEGER ........ ,....... W ext Szinhinjy FRANCIS L. FRIEDLANDER .....,..... MARY S. FORNWALT ............ HANNAH GASS ............. JOHN A. GILL ............. GRIER GILLILAND .......... LEORA GOLDSTEIN ........ ANNE H. GOEDECKE. ........ . RAYMOND GREBB .......... MARY GREGG ............. FLORENCE GRIMSLEY ........ ROBERT L. GROOMS ........., OLIVER HAMMOND .... ..... ROBERT K. HALL .... ALVA K. HELD .,....,..,,..... MARY R. HASTINGS .......... A. KATHRYN HAZLETT ........ HELEN M. HILLIARD ........ DELLA M. HENDERSON ....... ELIZABETH C. HUBER ........ ELOISE A. HUNT ........... BEULAH BELL JAMISON .......... SISTER Y. JEROME .......... HILMA JOHNSON ......... SALMA S. JOHNSON ......... Page 388 .,........PittIhzirgh .......Wi!kimhurrg ........-.Pitt.rhiirfgh ....,.....PittJhzircgh ......-.--PittIhzirtgh ........-.Pitt.fhiirgh .........-Pitt.rhzirfgh .-..-.....-.PittJhiirfgh Youngstown, Ohio ................C!airton .....,..MoneJJen ......-.Fowi Cizy ..........Pitt.vhzirtgh ..........Pitt.rhzirgh ..........Pitt.fhzirfgh .....--..Dormont ........-.Pit!.fhzirtgh ........-.Pitt.rhiirtgh .-......Alli.ron Park ...........Cizlifowziiz Claire -.........Pitt.fhzirgh ..--..Fai1'mont Cizfy .......Ciiliforniiz I I -,I . fi' CWL - 1... MARGARET JONES ........ ROSEMARY E. JOYCE ....... GRACE E. JUSTICE ......... JEAN KEARNEY ......... HARRIET KINNEY.. ..... .. TILLIE KINSBURSKY ........ BEULAH G. KLINE ......... DOROTHY KOCK ....... MARGARET KOCH ........ GRACE KOPP ............. ABE LAUFE ......... MARY P. LANG .,I........ EDNA MAE LAWHEAD... EDITH LAYLAND ......... ETHEL LIEBLICH .... .......... ....-..-..SwiJ.wole ...-.....Pitt.fhzi1'Cgh ....-....Pitt.fhzirzgh ......-..Wi!kinJhiirtg ..........Wilkin.rhzirg Connellwille ........EviznJ Cigf .........PittJhiirgh ...Bridcgeville ........DiiBoif .........Pitt.rhiirfgh ..,,.....PittJhiirtgh ,.,,.,,,,,Bmckenridtge .........Pitt.rhizrtgh .....-...PittIhiirlgh MILDRED B. LISSFELT ........ ......... P ffffbllffgb ETHEL LITTLE ............. ......... P itffhwgh DELLA LONABAUGH ....... ........ W ilkii2Jhm'g SARAH E. LONG ............. MARGARET LOWMAN. ROBERT E. MARSHALL... MARIE MAURYPELLI ....C. ANNE MATTHEWS .......... HARRIETTE MATHISON .................... ROY T. MATTERN .......... RUTH E. MATTESON ...... JULIUS MILLER .............. MARION A. MILLER ...... ..........Wi!kimhiirrg A........,....-....Indiiznn ..........Nizt roniz Heightf ,,,,,,..,.... Pittyhiirfgh ...................Edenherfg N ew Kemington .................Altooniz ......... Pittsburgh ........-Pit!Ihiirtgh ,........ Pittfhiirtgh FRANCIS E. MITCHELL .......... .......... E lklaml ELIZABETH MOORE ........ MARIAN MORROW ........ ,,,,,.,,,,.,....,..,.Altooniz .-.......SJteuhenville, Ohio MARIE MOSES ............ ............. P iffihufgh S. MUSE ..,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.. ......... P ittfhurgh MARY ELINOR MYERS ....... .......... W izfhington NANCY R. MYLER .......... ,f h- , 5" La' ' -1 : " 'V N U , ': . r . Lg? f ir' 3 4 g .........PittJhiircgh L iii Ii ::!!!i 'Ii-I 'hr igittnhurgh Amhrmg ESTABLISHED I882 53I WOOD STREET PITTSBURGH, PA. COLLEGE PREPARATORY, PRIVATE SECRETARY, BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, HIGH SCHOOL EOXUIVALENT, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION and GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES J! 'Day and Night Classes SCHENLEY DELICATESSEN and COFFEE SHOP Phone Mayflower 5800 '93 3955 Forbes Street Students of the University of Pittsburgh are cordially invited to enjoy our improved facilities. VVhen you think of dining, think ofthe SCHENLEY COFFEE SHOP. Club Breakfasts-Special Luncheons-Table d'Hote Dinners. Also a choice selection ofa la carte dishes. Our Delicatessen Department is stocked with every known delicacy. EoRMAL CLOTHES EoR ALL Everything OCCASIONS for the Ujice WE CAN RENT YOU A 'QQ' HAND TAILORED TUXEDO, FULL DRESS OR CUTAWAY MCCLOY COMPANY 642 Liberty Avenue '23 FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES 'Si Rentifzfg Specialists for over TZL'67Zltj' Years 'if ALL s1zEs-LATEST STYLE SOMERS, FITLER 34 TODD PERFECT Fir CQMPANY I MdCl9f7Z67Qf and Szzpplies for MILLS, MINES, RAILROADS mhittingtnn Btwn Suit f!1'n. AND CONTRACTORS 6002-3-4 JENKINS ARCADE HOURS: 8:30 A. M. TO 5:30 P. M. D Pbfme Nllgflt Php ATLANTIC 9595 LAFAYETTE 4791 R 327 XVATER STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Court 4860 ii '- zffni, it I Page 389 L 73 J . .A 1. l Y ff' P ' .5 ' '. lb BETTY BELL MHCDOUGAL ...... ........ P ittfoartgh ALBERTA F. MCADAMS ...., - ........,..A. ..,..... P ifffbllftgb ELIZABETH M. MCCLELLAND .................. Pittioargh LEONA NICHOLAS .................... LOUISE A. NICHOLSON ,....... GENEVIEVE NORRIS ........ CARYL OATES.. ,.,..,..,,, ,, GRACE O,DONNELL ...L...... ANNE GLSHEFSKA ,............... EDWIN W. OVERBERGER ...,.,.. SARAH E. PALMER ............ SARA T. PARSON .... KATHRYN PEARCE ...... ROBERT C. PENROSE ...,.... AUGUSTA B. PETSCH ........ CLARA L. PINK ......... MARY E. POWERS ............. ANNA G. RABINOVITZ ....... HARMAN C. RANKIN .......... HERMAN RECHT ............. MARY A. REESER ............ HELEN D. REWBRIDGE .,.,,... MARGARET RHOADS ........ GUY E. RIDER .............. ALLAN E. RISEDORPH ......... ,.........Natrona ...-.....Wilmerdintg ...........Pitt.fbnrtgl1 Baraboo, WZJ. ,..........Pitt,sozertgb .........McKeeJ' Rockf .........-..CreJ.ron ........PittJonrtgl9 ........WilkinJbnrg .......-.,.D0f7720Hf -..,...,Pitt.rozergla -.......Pitt.rbzerrglo ..........McKeeJport ..........5'laarp.rbzercg ........PirtIbnrrgla ..-.....PittJbnrgla ........Clairton .....,..Pitz'.ronrcgl9 ........PittJbnrgb ........Indiana ........S'1nithfield ........Pore.rt Hills SARA SHAFFER.. .... .. C. EARL SHANK ......,...,.. NATHAN D. SHAPPEE ...,... ........ DORIS MAE SHOOP ......... RACHEL SILVERBLATT .... ....... ANNA M. SISCA ............. WILLIAM R. SMITH ........... ANGELINE SOBER .......... JANE ANNE SOBER ........ .....-.Pitt.vbnrcgl9 ..................Indiana Brooklyn, N. Y. ......-....PittJbnrgla ..........Inzperia! .......PittIbzerKgk .......Pitt.rbnrlgb ,.....,..Leeclabnrg .........Leecloburg DOROTHY STEELE .......... ........ W ilkinfbarzg MARY M. STERRETT ........ ........ E nzfwortl: ESTELLA STEWART ............. ..,...... T arrle Creek MARGARET E. STEWART .......... ........... P itzzrbarqgla ELIZABETH M. STORMPELS .................. McKeeJ Rocky GERTRUDE E. SWIFT .................................. Pitnbzertgh GEORGE TAYLOR ............ Brantford, Ontario, Canada RICHARD N. THAYER .........,....,....,.,,......,,, Pittfbnrtglo RUTH A. THOMPSON ......... ....... P ittfbarfgb GEORGE R. TRAVIS .............. ........,. K ifrannincg ELIZABETH VANDOLSON .......... ...,,,. P iztfbzergh DIANA M. VUJNOVIC ............ .......... D ormont DAINE E. WAGAMAN ...... ....... C onnellwille LOUISE WALSH ............... ....... P irtsbartgb MARTHA E. WENZELL ....,.... ......, P ittybnrrgla CHARLET WILLIAMS ......... .,.,...Indiana 'GREGORY S. ROBBINS .......... ...,.... P ittxbnrtgla MARIAN E. WILLIAMS ......... ........ I ndiana HARVEY P. ROBERTS ........ ........ P ittfbargb ESTHER E. WILT ........... ....... P ittfbzertgla HILDA H. ROCKOFF ............ .......... F arrell CORA F. WOOD ............. ....... P ittfbarcgla REBECCA B. ROSENBAUM ......... ......,, P irtfbzertglo R. PATRICIA WOOD ,,......... .,,.,,, P iftfbargb SARAH M. SAMPSON .......... ........ P ifflbllftgb ERMA G. WOCDBURN .... ....,.. ........ T ze rtle Creek CYRIL SARVER ...................... ........ T arentzan BETHAL B. WORCESTER ........ ......... B rownwille KATHERINE O. SCHUCHER ......... ........ P introzergla MARGARET WRIGHT ........ ....... W ilkinfozertg DELMAR C. SEAVVRIGHT ............................ Pittfbnrtgla PALMIRA ZANATTI ........... .......... M onongalaela MICHAEL ZUKOVITCH .................................. Braddock Page 390 If I nf : . ,I 'X '- I. I" ,- ' ."' Q l ll .fl 7 ' I ::!!!. .121 . . - H a if . ,Y .. - 1-,e - 1 Q 1 ix A I. .12 V 5, . E t Y R v V 4 A. rf mm., ?. D, gf:?-0?'ER- Z 1 . Subxmlwn Fngmen, ,anna uigmzfr. ' ' l, Univ-euitrf to Fin., '22 I Q'q'mM""m"ml 2' , i T ' Q y Q 2,5 . Wi i f f Q .. , N: A if i J.j.m12Lx.oN. is i " A , , A tifnemf Iflngizsecr, ' I 51C',Gll'I'lM'l'lT' xtonmtw '24 , f5f'2'2gq ffivfmffi , ' . " Y :Sa L rv' twin M. 1 it .l i l r J , 3' ' r , 05237 I 4 Q9 " it W I V V WY M vrvi Y V V ' V W 1 Y V ' gig V inf V W ei- L -f , A H. r. HAYFORD, ' R-0.13-Ml-YZY. p Su'i4UtImnrdIfn4:mlcr, ' ' I flfalfvudflfn 4' tigmcuse 'al 1 CQ""?f5?v1sffPzl', 1' y . A i . . '24 A ON RECENT WESTINGHOUSE JOBS li 1 l , be omesteozol Steel Mills Whorf do young foliage mm gn in a large induftria! organization? Have they oppor- tunity to exerrixe rrzalive tafmr? IJ indi- vidual work rzrognized? 1 Y 1 TAND on the hill-top near Homestead, Pennsylvania, and look outtover the Carnegie Steel Company's vast works. Your eye falls on a huge new building, covering 30 acres. It is the structural steel department, and here- electricity performs every mechanical operation in steel rolling from the This Homestead electrification, predominantly Westinghouse, is one ofthe most notable in history -notable because ofthe number and size ofthe motors employed and notable becauseof new feat- ures of automatic control intro- duced for the first time. This is a type of engineering that only an organization of the size and resources of Westing- house can undertake. Achieving the stupendous, the never-before- undertaken, is not rare here. Hence young men of capacity, of enterprise, of genius, are offered much to challenge their imaginations and abilities. 1 1 1 In one unit of the new Homestead Mill is a reversing motor rated at 8,000 h.p. and 40 r.p.m. fpictured abovej, the largest single-armature motor ever built. This motor and all the mill accessories are con- trolled by two men. They maneuver steel ingots as heavy as 3o,ooo lbs. There is a total of336 motors in the soakin its on ' newmill,ofwhich 49,000 thro hgt h.p. are main roll drive . ug 0 C S lp- motors and 50,935h.p. are ping department. auxiliaries, Page 301 WILLIAM BRINKER ..,...., R. H. ALBRIGHT ..,..... G. C. BOHN ,....,... R. W. BOURNE ....... W. E. BRINKER ......... W. R. CARSON ........ C. C. CAVENY ..... CRAWFORD J. ......... . R. L. DAUBER ................ R H. C. DONALDSON,J W. P. EGERMAN ....... P. R. FISHER ........ T. A. GRAUL .... .. P. G. HETZLER... .... W. D. HOCKENSMITH ....,... H. R. JONES ................ H. A. JUNGBLUTH O........O OSEPH JUST ............. J W. KAMERER.....- M. T. KARPER ....... P. E. LAGATOLLA. .... .... . S. A. LARSON .......... W. R. LEIS ........ E. A. LYLE ................ M. C. MACGOUGH ...... R. C. MAHONEY ........ M. R. MALHOTRA ......... 1929 I SOI-IOOL OF ENGINEERING 'QQ' OFFICERS .........Gl"6672J'bZN'g ..........folonftown ...........Arnl1rieZge ..........Wi!kinfbnrg ......-......CbeJzoick ..........Altoonei ,Wyezrn ..........Pitz'Jbnr4glo ..........PifZ.rbzerrgb ..........WilkirzJbnrfg .....-......Aoezlon .........5'bezrp.rbier'fg ..,.......Beeioer Fezllf ..............Irwin ..........Pitt.rbnrcglJ ..........Pitt.rbzerfgb ....-......Crezfton ...........Greenoille .,.......Hnrri.rbzirg ........-....PittIbnrtgl1 ..........Port Allegheny .........Clezfeleznei, Ohio ..........Pitt.vbzercgb .............Oezk1nont .............PiZtJbzerrgb ........Kez.rlarnir, Ineiiez L. H. MEERMANS ...................................... Pitzirbnrrglo Page 392 H. E. ZANKEY ............... 1551 ' rv E. E. MEURER. ........ - V. B. MIHAYL ........ C. A. NELSON ........ L. 0RR .,........... J. A. PEARCE ...... R. H. PERRY .... ' ..... J. PFEIFFER .... ...... A. G. PIEMME ....... G. P. PONTI ........ F. E. REBHUN ............ H. A. RETIMEYER ......... K. A. REMENSNYDER.-. W. M. S. RILEY ....... L. P. RISHEL ...... F. C. ROBERT ........ F. E. SMYSER ...... R. P. SNYDER ........ W. F. SPEER ....... F. L. STEPHENS ......... WM. H. STEWART ....... F. W. SUROVEC ......... J. M. THOMPSON. ....... . -.-..-.-.PreJieient Hezfbronok, New jersey ....-..New York, New York ..-...-.........Dnboi.r ...-......Dorrnont ....-......InLgornizr .-...-....Alli.ron Pork ...-....New Kensington ...........Pitt.fbzirtgli ...-.....Tezrentzirn ...........Pitt.fbzirtglo -............A11nZon -..........Pitt.rbnr4gla .-...-.-...Pitt.rbnrtglo ..........McDonezlei ..-..............York ....,,,,,,,Pim'bzirtgl9 ......-.....lnCgrez1n ...........Pitt.rozirKgb .............AoezZon .-.........Pitt.ronr!gb ........Tzir!!e Creek A. TILMANS ,........... ............................ A rnolei R. VECINO .......... . ........ Monteoieiio, Uriegzeezy W. P. WALKER .......... ......................... C ezrnetgie H. W. WAMHOFF ...... ...................... A :pinwnll K. A. WING ................... ........ A lletgbeny, New York ...........,...........EWiridber :HE 1.353 I inn' --!!!. P ' 2' j . , ' . 5 3 ' .' 5 'l 5.31, . L R. M. NETI-IERLAND COMPANY, INC- Exeaoators for the University of Pittsoarglo Cathedral of Learning EXCAVATING - FOUNDA Conrt 0527 TIONS ' SHORING 613 MALONEY BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA. Attractive Investments ' 57, Mortgage Certificates free of State Tax --..qlplb..-- 515 Z Gnaranteed Mortgages P CW rite or ask for interesting boolaletb Chartered I 8 6 6 Oakland Regular Saving Savings 85 Trust Brings Results It creates a substantial emergency fund, prevents worry and gives a brighter outlook on life. 422, Interest. City Deposit Bank Zllember Federal Reserve Syslenz Penn 81 Center Aves., E. E. Company E BFR FEDERAL RESERVE bY9 'ES' " The Oaklarzd Bank" Capital . . S300,000.00 Surplus . . fE500,000.00 Deposits . S6,000,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent 4' 'Q A.-2-Ziff 2 1 f 'I ,f""fE -ggi Page 393 JAMES W. BRADEN HENRY A. YOUNG .......,, OWL SCHOQL OF MINES QQ' OFFICERS J. W. BRADEN ........ ........ B emooool, West Virginia E. B. BRADSHAW ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, W ilkimburcg F. E. BREMMER .......... ,..,.... D izrikirk, New York M. D. CRANE ..,..,..,. ......,.......... 5' pring Creek J. R. DAVIES ........ . ......... Pittxliarglo J. R. DEEDS ......... ..,,,,.,,, W ilkimbzerg W. R. DICKSON .......................,.........,.,..,,..,. Sezoickley B. DRAGUSANU .....,.. Ulrii Dambooitza, Rozemania A. L. GESIN .... ........ .................................... T i ilioti W. D. GILLESPIE ....,... ,.,,,,.,,.,, B zitler R. M. GORDON ........... ......... P ittfbargb S. GREENFIELD ....... ......................... M cKee.rpfrt G. R. V. GRIFFITH ............ Little Valley, New York J. E. HAMILTON ........... ....................... P ittsoartglo Page 394 W. L. HORNER ..... L. G. HONK ....... A. A. IONESCU ........ ..,,,..,, T. -KELLY ........ . -...-.......Pre.fident .......Vice-Preyiilerit ,..,......Greembzirg ..............-.......Wilmerding Baobareft, Roamarzia -..Wa.flJintgton, D. C. W. R. LOCKHART ...... ......... Y oimcgxtown, Ohio H. MCNALLY .... DEAN G. ROBERTS .......... W. RODGERS ......... J. R. SAUTTER .......... W. H. THoMAs..... M. G. WALTERS .... K. WENTZEL ........ ,-....,...,.-......Warren ..........Pitt.vbzerglo ..........Pitt.rbitrcgb ..........Wilkinfbarcg ..........Bea1Jer Falls ..........-....Warre1i ..,,.-..................Dormont H. WHARTON .,...... ........ S eattle, Waflaington H. A. YOUNG ......... '25 N Z QQ" ...............-...Tarentztm lf si C 'OWL 5 f I lg ::!!!. ' S-3 CO GO PRll. FIRST-five months ahead of schedule-four of the great generating units of the Conowingo plant were in commercial operation. This hydro-electric plant, built for The Philadelphia Elec- tric Company on the Suquehanna River at Conowingo, Maryland, is one of the most important power projects of recent years. lts seven generating units, the largest ever built, will supply 378,000 h.p. to the great metropolitan district of The Philadelphia Electric Company System. The complete plant will be in operation six months ahead ot schedule. sTo WEB TER INCORPORATED Ns, .s si , BOSTON, 49 Federal Street I Q ' ' P 52 PITTSBURGH. Union Trust Bldg. NEW YORK. 120 Bl'03dW2lV j T. I 'M' SAN FRANCISCO, Holbrook Bldg. CHICAGO, First National Bank Bldg. X PHILADELPHIA, Real Estate Trust Bldg. ff X ' 5' -Z , fi '- Page 395 ::!!!. 'Fil SCHOOL OF PHARMACY QQ OFFICERS W. A. DAVIS ......... v........,.,.,,.......... ............. P r esident P. SHERMAN ......... .......,. V ice-President ELLA JOHNSON .......... ........... S ecretmy ORLANDO FINELLI ........ ,..,,..,., T renfnrer PETER LEO AIELLO .....,,...,., ,,.,.....,.. P ittfbnrtglo BELA MICHAEL CZMOR ,,.,.,.,,..,..., ,..,... H oeneftenel CHARLES WILLIAM ALCOTT- .,............. McKeeJ Rocky EDWARD PATRICK DAMBACHER .........,,..... Greenville DOROTHY LOUISE AVERBACH ........ ........... M nnloall NATHAN DARLING ..........,,.,....,,. ....,,.. P ittfbnrcgb SAMUEL AVNER ...........,.,........ ......... C ezliforniez WILLIAM ARTHUR DAVIS ,...... ......... V onelerrgrift FENTON LEROY BACHMAN ........ ......... W lllzinflrnrg CHARLES ANDREW DERDA ......... ..,..,. P ittsbnrtgla GLENN WARREN BARCUS ,,,. ...,, .,..,..... C 1' ezfton EDWARD MATTHEW DONLEY ..-.,,,,,.,,..,,,.,, Blnwknox EDWARD BARMEN ............... ......., P lttfbnrglv PATRICK ALOYSIUS DONNELLY .......... Toronto, Ohio HARRY BARMEN ....... ........ P irtxbnrglv ORVILLE SCOTT DUTE ...........,..... .......... N ew Cezftle JOHN BARTUNEK, JR. ...... ........ P itzirbzergb REGIS FRANCIS FAESSEL .......... , ,,...., Pittfbnrtgla JOSEPH ADAM BERKLEY ,........ ........ P Zfzlrbnffgb ORLANDO ARTHUR FINELLI .........., ....... P ittsbnrtgla BESSIE BLACK .................... ........ P iflfbnrgb MARTIN JOSEPH FISHER ............... ....... P itzhrbnrcgb MAX RALPH BLOOM ........ ........ P itt.rbufgb EARL RUSSELL GARTHEWAITE .......... ......... D zeBoi.r HARRY BREAN ,.......,.. ........ P ittfbufgb HENRY EDWARD GEORGE ......... ........ P itzkrbzerrgla JOSEPH BRESKO ...........,.. ....... M unlmll GEORGE GEZZER ..,.......,....,. .......... C lmrleroi BENJAMIN BRESNICK ....,...... ....,,.. P ilffburgb LOUIS GIOVANNITTI ......... ..... --Pitt.rbnrtglo WINFIELD DAVIS BURNS ....... ........ P ittfburgb CHARLES GLATZ ...... ....,............, .,...... P i tzirbnrgb JOHN RAYMOND BURROWS ........ ........ P iflilfufgb WILLIAM WINSTON GOODE ......,, .....,. H orneftena' ALFONSO CATALANO ........... FRANCIS BONNER CARROLL.. , ..,.....,.., Butler C........Pim'bnfgb LOUIS COZIER ........................... ........ P iffibufcgl' MORRIS ISADORE CUBURNEK ...,.... ........ P ifffbllfgb JOHN CUMMINGS -,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,, ,.,.,.. N obleffowli ALTON WILLIAM CURRY .,...... ........... N ew Cflfilf P ge 396 JOHN LEONARD GRADY ......... --.-.-.-..-..-.fohn.rtown WILLIAM HERBERT GRAU ........................ Arpinwall LEWIS HENRY HAGMAIER .......... GEORGE HAYES ........,........... SHEDRIC LEE HARRIS ................... FORREST LEAMONT HARVEY ....,.... F 5 n ' i - ' f Mfg ? Wheeling, W. Vee. ----.--.-------Pittsbnrtgla ,..---.Pitt.rbnrtgl9 -.--.--.Indieznn THE WAY TO INDEPENDENCE The surest method of attaining financial independence is through systematic saving, begun early. Instead of the false thrift that makes you sacrifice much happiness, the right kind of saving, carried on regu- larly over a period of years, will provide the means for happiness novv as Well as in the future. A savings account at the Mellon National Bank pays four per cent. interest compounded semi-annually. MELLON NATIONAL BANK U. l-.L'5Egf.fp1a , U U ll Flfil-Q B Greetmgs o f T he ANK OF PITTSBURGH National Association Established 1810 THE OLDEST BANK WEST OF THE ALLEGHENIES to THE OLDEST UNIVERSITY WEST OF THE ALLEGI-IENIES 1 E .' M212 ,fi Page 397 1929 A 'JOSEPH CHRISTIAN HECKMAN ...... JUANITA FRANCES HENDERSON ....,., JULIUS EDWARD HERSCOVITZ S,,, S,S,S .Plttxbzerlgb ......PlttJbzercgb ,Pittfbzercgb CHARLES PAUL HODGKINSON L.LSSS.L SL,SSSS N ew Caftle JOSEPH PAINTER HOOD .,.,.L...S., FRANCIS JAMES HOVIS ......S.SS. WILBUR LEROY ISENBERG S,LSS,, CHARLES ANTHONY JANDA....... CHARLES NORTH JENKINS ,...S ELLA SOPHIA JOHNSON. ...... . .,...,O6lk7lZ0lZf ,............Boyer.r .LI-Izrrztirzfgelorz ......PrttfbzerKgb ,....Meyer.rolale fezoett M. HERBERT JOHNSON .,..S,I .SS,.SS,,IS..L,S M afozztozorz SARA M. JOHNSTON .....,L,S SSSISS E aft Liverpool, Oblo JOHN VERNON KEALEY ...... SIDNEY KLEIN ....... JOSEPH KRAMER ,..... SAUL KRAMER ......SSSSISL,L S,SSSSSLSSS ANDREW NICKOLAS KURTYA FRANK DUNLAP LAYTON .SSS.. JOHN DANIEL LEE ....S..,SS.. MORRIS LEIBOVITZ ,..,S SAM LEIBOVITZ ........S,..,...I JAMES OLIVER LEONARD S,...IL JAMES LORENZO LEWIS ......S.I, JOHN ALLEN MIICCARTNEY ,SS.,LS AGNES P. MACZKOV L,......,.I,.. RICHARD HENRY MATTERN ..L...S RAY EDWARD MCANDREW ...,.I. WILLIAM MCCULLY ..,.....,.S.IS.L,I,IS, HOXVARD KENNETH MCGINNIS... THOMAS RYALL MCMILLIN ....IS,SI. .RALPH BENJAMIN MCQUISTION... CHARLES L. MCNAMEE S...,. PETER MENDELSOHN, ,.,, ,,,,,S , ANDREW LOUIS MESZAROS S...,. ......... FRANCIS BERNARD MIDDENDROI2 ....., Page 398 .......,,....Ellzefooa' City .,,...,P2tt.rbzzrgb ,....,Pltt.rbzzrfgb .,.,,.0z1erbroolz orrzeoftead ......Pltt.rbzertgb ......Prttfbzertgb ......PlttIbzerfgb .Pittfbzergb .....ElZqabetb A ....Pltt.rbzerlgb .......ClayJvZlle ....,.MZl7lL7dll ......P2ttIbzrrtgb .,.,,..Gree1zz12lle ......PittJb1ergb MeKeeJ Rocks .,.,,.PittJbzercgb ......Hdl'l7207Zj ...,....Arrzbrlel4ge ......PlttJbzergb ......Pltt.fbzrrcgla ....,..Belleozee ...., A , ' i . ' I :P S. A E513 T1 fb' - ::!!!. . P-1 DAVID IRWIN MILLER ....I, .....S N ew Keminggton LESTER VAUGHN MOORE .........,...,,.,,,L,.,,,.,.,, Bellevue KARL ELWOOD MORRIS ............,, Siyteroille, W. Va. JAMES HENRY MURPHY ........ ANNA P. NEIL .................... HARRIETT MONA NEMON ....,.. SCOTT WEIR NORRIS, JR ...,...... SAMUEL MAURICE NOSSOKOFF ...,,,. CHARLES HENRY PEEPLES., .,.. .. HAROLD FRED PHILLIPS ....... JAMES ARTHUR PRATT ....,...,. WILLIAM ALBERT RANDEL ............ ...fanorzybzerg L........Derr91 .......,..Dtmbar ...Canombzerg .Pittsbzertgb .,...PlttJbztrtgb .....Pltt.vbzercgb .......Braelelo1:k .......Ambrielge CHARLES ANTHONY RECTENWALD. ........... Pittfbzergb LAWRENCE ABE REHANEK ,...... JUSTUS FRANCIS RETZER ...,... EMANUEL RIPP .......,...............,.......,, Mt. Pleafarzt .....,,Tarerzturrz .....Pitt.rbzergb MARYONETTE KNOTT ROBERTSON .... .,...... P tttfbzerrgb MEYER BENJAMIN ROSENBERG ...... ........ P ittfbzerzgb NATHAN LOUIS ROSENTHAL ...... ....... M zmball WILLIAM DCFORREST ROWAN ....... ...., P lttxbzercgb BERT RUBIN ................................ ..... P ittfburgb MAX EDWIN RUBIN ........ ...... M orzongabela IRWIN I. SARON ,...............,...... ...,... M zerzball GEORGE LAWRENCE SAXMAN ,,..S,,,.. Latrobe ISADORE SCHULMAN, ...... ........... ...,. P l ttfburcgb MORRIS LOUIS SECHER ...... ..... P ittfbzerrgb HENRY GEORGE SEIDEL .....,. .....v. G reembzerg JEAN MARIE SEIGFRIED .,...,. ...... M t. Lebanon JOSEPH SHEAR ..................., ..... P lttfbzergb C. JACK SHERMAN ..............I. ............ B retler FRANCIS MILTON SHERMAN .... . ....... Plttfbzergb KARL B. SHULTZ ....... .... M eyerfelale ROBERT CARL SMITH .....,.. ....... P ittxbzergb PAUL SMOLLER ......... ....... B raelelock JOSEPH SPIEGELMAN ...... ....... P ittfburtgb Li 1. , -A A-. W ,, ' I' ,,, , '.fV.h!I , if- ,g , 'fi' , ' ' un 4' ' .l. .' , : V ' ' - v if ' !""-LTV' 1. f' ' ' , 5 ' 3 '?"2!- -QQ' rg H-.,"'f.f4g1 ., M 'avfi L-,-3,4 1 RPM, 'Z H 'f " Q-1? Q,-.--i7'g2QH5F"i'f-' 1 - lv 3 ,-I ' --fr ,A 214' QQPZQQ D ' 1, in-' ' 1 J . P' Lg... HIL wif. 915-25'-4 4,1 - f ' -WH' 1 ' ,. shell. ".. . ' -"' nl'l"' uuwm,,v:l-" 0 0 o 0 a llllllllllllllif' 51 Q H ere, I ndeecL 15 Fazth in Pzttsburgh! - "lla .m1uI'H""" 'll' l,,w"" 'U , 1' ' ' .TW MORE THAN A BILLION, ONE HUNDRED In lll W F MILLION DOLLARS ulfllf' l LJ, 1 I ' K Capital is invested in the industries ofthe Pittsburgh district. t This vast sum turns the wheels of Pittsburgh's Progress. It 1 I ' l enables the employment of thousands, who in turn support A " WWE our stores, railroads, street cars, amusements, and banks. V' if i It permits the building of homes, the purchase of automo' IM l biles, the education of families, the purchase of Life Insur- fig.. Haw-,mm anceg in. short, it is a major factor in the community's general gg.,-IZ f I-in A- - - ' prosperity. Zlix 1, Pittsburgh IS a good city in which to live, because its basic EL Z P industries are wellifinanced and conducted by far-seeing l f h h h f' h ' iii: 1 men w O recognize t at t e prosperity o t eir concerns is 308-316 FOURTH AVENUE dependent upon the contentment and progress ofthe people. Umwelt Mmmmpmmg dwifwhmmh CAPITAL 51,500,000 SURPLUS 51,500,000 Pzlgf 1 pit- ' .izffgf Ky - ,- 1. , f . -t - ' . at.-'k'Zf ,ls if "- ,!.'.'.f' ' "0 afa ' 'v -- 'ff '- . at . , , " , . .,.4g,,. . ,, J., N, . ,M 4 :ia L. -. - L- ANR- v 1 . 11 'iq , ,, fu, ., '3Ug1.s,.'c 8. 1. A. .1 .5 . ,. 5, -A - --'fra-1 fa 5-:'i'v.!-c'.1ff.g-' L- 1 1. ' -' L -2i A safes. 24' -f " A ': - 5 1 ' ' ' -' 1jlfi,lJ+giii4: aff ,ieivytsfsimamzfgti-sbsiibsmsiziffggib fiiafs-.-ursfiw Na+ 1929 I 5? 1 H I5 I 1 EDWARD WILLIAM STALEY ....... JESSE CHARLES STANYARD ........ -- V 1 I ln 22...., .MVK ,, -.--..Pitt.rbnrrgl1 --------McKee.rport ANDREW JUDSON STEELE ....... ........ W ext Monterey FRANK JOHN STEELE ........,.... WILLIAM RICHARD STEELE .....,... ------.MeadoilZe JOSEPH CARL STEIMINGER ....... ........ M t. Lebanon MORRIS STONE ....I.. ...,............... ..... MILTON RAYMOND STOVER ............ ----..--..Pitt.ronrtglo Parkerx Landing STANISLAUS BERNARD SUDZIAK ............ Connellwille MICHAEL ALOYSIUS SWIECA ....... ....., W ooiilawn EDWARD SYLVESTER ................. HARRY CHRISTIAN TAGMYER ........ LEO TALISMAN ....................., ROBERT WILLIAM TAYLOR ....... ---.-,,Natrona .,----Pitt.rbnrgla --I,.-PittJbnrrglo -----.Green.rbarfg CARL QUINCEY TINKER ............................ Pittfbnrglv Page 400 El HOMER ALVIN TOWNSEND ....... ........... A polio THOMAS MILES TRIMBLE ....... ........ P ittfbarcglo LOUIS VOELKER ,..,. ............ ---.---....--.--Pitt.rbargla WILLIAM E. WALMSLEY ............ Follanfbee, W. Va. SAMUEL ALBERT WASSER ..................,......, Pittybnrcglo WILLIAM ERNEST WALTHOUR ......., ,..,... G reenfbnrcg MILTON WEISS ....,. . OSCAR E. WIGLE .................. KENNETH DON WILDESON- JAMES OWEN WILSON ........ MOLLIE WOLFE ........... LEOPOLD WYSOCKI ............ JAMES LEWIS YOUNG, JR. .... -- JOHN U. YOUNG ..., ............... -....-,-Pittfbnrcgb .....-,.Export - .......................... Pitcairn Eaxt Liverpool, Ohio Caftle .....--...-.Nanticoke -------We,rt MiddleJox -----.--..--Lancgelotla TI-IADDEUS EROME YOUNG ...... ...... E llwood City THADDEUS JOHN ZIELINSKI ...................... Pitnbnrglv -"X LL' , I is 1 - I 'i"Yf'g:2i4 1' A LL7 ' l B ll ::!T!ii T491 TRAN T f AND OWL IO In 5 l AIRB A v N every clime, under every flag, in every trans- portation field, vvherever man's progress has brought modern means of travel, there Will be found the Westinghouse Air Brake. The thundering passenger train, the puffing freight, have their precious cargoes safeguarded. The rushing subway train, the clattering elevated, the flirting street car, are made safe and efficient. The ponderous truck, the massive bus, are novv made as docile as their steam and electric brothers. Whether they run on rails or on rubber, over the ground, under the ground, or above the ground, in the city, in the suburbs, or across country, moving vehicles are everywhere controlled by the Air Brake-a 'fMfzrie in PZff.fbzn'gla" product. Q3 . WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE COMPANY General Olives and W orlzs Wilmerding, Pa. , D if i Pg 401 Page 402 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 'QQ' T would be impossible to give credit to all, faculty, students and others, who so kindly collaborated with the staff in preparing the 1929 OWL. However, vve are especially indebted to A. N. AVINOFF, director, and WM. JACOB HOLLAND, director-emeritus of the Carnegie Museum, for permission to reproduce the oil painting of the old University used in the Ex Libris design, JOHN WEBER, Business Manager of the University, and to SToNE AND WEBsTER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY for construction photographs of the Cathedral of Learning on pages 20 and 21, F. C. CRAWFORD, head of theJohnstovvn Junior College, for his aid in compiling the Junior College section, WILLIAM MORRELL, University Editor, for photographs of campus buildings used in various parts of the book, J. G. QUIcK, Registrar, for the many courtesies he rendered the staff in the use of his files, DoN SAUNDERS, Publicity Representative of the Department of Athletics, for assistance in preparing the Athletic Section. J. HowARD DICE, Librarian, for aid in locating pictures of the old University buildings, GEORGE LANGDALE, University Printer, for the loan of the cut of the Map of the Campus on page 14, ANDREW CUTLER, for the photograph on page 119, PITKIN CLUB, for the photograph on page 17, OMEGA DELTA fraternity, for the loan of their table silver for use in the picture on page 141, THE GEORGE WHARToN PEPPER PRIZE COMMITTEE, for their cooperation in hastening the selection of the prize Winner to insure his inclusion, for the first time, in the GWL, THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY, V THE STUDIO GRANDE, Leo Liberto in particular, THE ROBERT RAWSTHORNE COMPANY, Leo Kremer in particular, THE PITTSBURGH PRINTING COMPANY, Wm. H. Wicks, foreman, and John F. Richards, compositor, in particular. or U il 'L l 1 . 'I U ll 1 1 . 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ATHLETICS SECTION ....... ,.,, B Band ...................................... Basketball, Freshman ...... Basketball, Varsity ........ Beta Gamma Sigma ........ Beta Phi Alpha ............ Board of Trustees ........ . Bulletin Board ...,...............,.........,........................ Business Administration C Association .............. Cap and Gown Club ........,,. Cathedral of Learning ...,.... Chi Omega ...............,....,... Chiron Club ,...................,.......,.... Chorus, University .............,.......... Civil Engineering Association ........ College Association ...................... Community Plate ...................,.......... Council Negro College Women .......... Cross Country ................,................... Cwens-- ............. .- D Debating, Men's ,...,,,.,...,.... Debating, Women's ......,. Delta Delta Delta ........ Delta Phi Epsilon ........ 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Mortar Board .........,...,.,,.,. Musical Clubs. .,....... O Omega Delta ....,..,.,,,,,,,....,,e Omicron Delta Kappa......, OWL .............,..,,,...,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, P Panhellenic Association ...,.,,.. Panhellenic Ball ..,,...,,,t,,.,,. Panther ..........,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pepper Prize .......,... Phi Alpha Theta ....,. Phi Phi Phi Epsilon Pi ...,...... Phi Gamma Delta ........ Phi Phi Mu .,..,,..,,,,,,,,,s,.,. Phi Sigma Sigma ...... Pi Beta Phi ............ Beta Delta., ,,,,,,,,,, ,, Delta Theta ,,,,,t,,,.,, Kappa .......,........., Pi Lambda Phi ,,.,...... Pi Lambda Theta ....,... Pi Pitkin Club ......... Pitt Players ....... Rho Delta ............ Page 406 - ,L ,CNWL sa INDEX-Continued .......242 .......2l2 i.,.L,214 ...M216 ,...,..152 L.,,s.244 s.,.L,l54 s,,a,.156 ii.L,113 n.,,,,ll4 MMZ53 .,...,.158 L.i...252 .......262 .......16O ,......162 .,.....164 .....,,166 ,,.....l68 .L,,,218 .,,.,..22O .....,.222 ..,..,,17O .,.,.-.249 .,....,172 .,,,.,.106 -......104 l 2 Pitt Weekly ........,,....,,,.,..,.,...,,,,, Polish Students' Association. ..... .. Professional Fraternities ......,,,,.,, Publications ..................,,....,,,,,,,. Q Quax ....,.,,.,,,,, ,.,,,,, Quill Club ...... ,. ,,,,, ,, R Reserve Oflicers Training Corps ......... Rifle Team ..,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,.,,,.,,,,, Rivets ......,.,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, S Senior Ball ....................,..... Senior Cabinet .................... SENIORS SECTION ......,. Senior Week ...........iV........ Sigma Alpha Epsilon .,...... Sigma Alpha Mu ........,.. Sigma Chi ......,........,..... Sigma Delta Chi ...,.... Sigma Pi .,...,.,..,........ Social Events ...,....... Social Fraternities ....... Student Council ..........,.... Student Government ..,..... Swimming Team ............ Symphony Orchestra ........ O T Tau Sigma Phi ......... ....... Tennis Team .....,.. Theta Chi ........,........ Theta Delta Psi .,.... Theta Kappa Nu .....,... Theta Phi Alpha ,......., The Year ........i.......... Track ...........,,......... U Undergraduate Cap and Gown Club University Chorus ................................. University Symphony Orchestra ....... ga' L . .-- A -'-7 ' ,' 5 -,ix -' 24 R513 iir Women Women Women' Women Women' W Athletic Association .......i, Athletics ...................... Debating ..............,......,t............. Glee Club .............................t..,........... Self-Government Association ............ 66 I ...-.,--.-136 11 neue. lag INDEX-Continued 1 X Xi Psi Phi .... ......, ,,,....,..,,.,, .......-94 Y -.--..,.-lOO .56 Z Zeta Tau Alpha .........,............. 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