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You cannot stop to ask vvhat is happening around you, tor you are a part ol: it. There is no mirror hy which you may see the totality. Yet when the time comes and you may look hack upon all ot this, you will have been happy For it, and you will have deemed the ends worth the eictort. unchangeable, is to deny the dy- nl, the many people here present , you added to and changed the e, something ot yourself will have mg that is ol permanence, even ot the pattern. ern is dihcerent. You see the . For you, all the elements are YE JS w K1- 5 . lg x .Q 1 . Mya! w 1. ,X K MN. W ,X ., W 5 MM .. x , X. Dx Q , X x..., 'Lv 'Wu 'N D N :war r L S 'EQ v IJ' .133.m4g ' h, 'v zip. X , 'G 1 ' s M 1 - 11 ' A "' " Si "iii - W 11 111 11 1-N1 'S ' '11."'111,,111111N1lm1'1 . X 1 N 1 1 1 1 Vg q 1, Q is .sf-f 1 ' V U: Sm 1 ,111 gg' ,M I 1'd 1 I I N1 1 . ' E-rg1W,, WA. , 1 1 W 5115335 ' 4-gk '11 Q! 42 S11 11 '1 675322 ww, 1512 1 Q 3 X 1 1 seg ,Zii'--WPS, 1 1 , E M, . 1 ,U 2 1 w K? W1. 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More im- portant than any or these is the Flesh oncl blood that gives warmth to the structure. Without people, there would be no Pitt. W X . PUBLISHED BY THE 0WL STAFF F011 THE SENIUBH CLASS 0F THE UNIVERSITY 0F PITTSBURGH ' PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA COPYRIGHT Editor ...... William Slweris Bus. Mgr. . . . . . Selwyn Loeb Fac. Adv. . . . Robert Machesney A J 'fi ' 457511 jf' ff 'V' .lf-, ' 455 f l' -Li rr lf"f ffvm 7' ' -!. Zu iw yimmg ' 4 MZZLA fl? Qimui fa!! Q4 jim 1 my JVM VOM Jlmg. 3544, mmm 5140, ffz, 1,4 QQ4, mai jf . M54 ma, ww? wg 6404 Mazza J Zwfpff Z4 Q3 f f F Y ' 1 M 5 3 QQ Xxx 1 26224, M dm Y 4 X ' my JJ M4 k Q! MLW? 674m Zim? 4 J XD A f f K2 x -. W0 M76zfQz:.,,5m Kia KWWW QW 'U' 501 Zi' Www lam ' Mfvfvks VOM Www W Zz., f f WMM WM KM LEW WJ Mu ' 56d" ?Mf,-my 62M iam JM r ' ffm? JXMJU ZQQW M f f f' 2704 -XAJLLV M4 QW, W W fm Wm ff ,MW ff. QM MQ, ,ug W7 JW fimdf Kwai ZA7 hwy iid EQ JL? ma, an A wi aw, WW W-J WM MJ W lm, Z Manager .................. Jack Mullin AssociaTe Manager .... I-larold N. l-lauger STudenT DirecTor .... ...... J ack Toerge Librarian ................ RoberT Dazell AssisTanT Librarian ...... Bob Pridan CadeT Maior . .... Rudolph JanaTa Band f 1 TransporTing l.aTin rhyThm Trom The Tropics To a TooTball sTadiurn in mid-November is a diTTiculT Task, buT one To which The PiTT Band was more Than equal. WiTh The assisTance oT Fanny PanTher, The Band execuTed a Conga exhibiTion and many oTher TormaTions ranging Trorn a living map oT Pennsylvania Tlanked by The Calrheolral and Penn STaTe's Qld Main To The Texas STar oT S. M. U. I64 Big evenTs oT The year Tor The l25 bandmen were The Trips To Columbus and Durham and The l-lome ConcerT on May 8. BeTween The highlighTs oT Their marching and Touring sea- sons, The special concerT band perTormed in many disTricT schools and played a Tour-day concerT run in Pennsylvania and New York, in The laTTer parT oT April. w 'V 3. 1 A 1 w v Q Ei? 52 .ia , " I -.1 -J 55 - , X, M .. ,- an 5.111 E . " "" ' "' Q14 " ' V.,, 1 f 'jk , W. m,h. V- nzgzgfz- , S2 XI' ' ' 'f un 5541 , S L!A8 ll' 17176 V ' Qc! '21 w Eff? R - 133 , 1 ,Egg , 3g..- V M :Vol 0 J ,, Marx im --nv me W. H.. f 1 ff was ci sweffdwvce , Qedkfl .Ai Jkvea M ig A IT -ugyz. "3 ,L .i :lfj..ki E ' . V .fv -P g: :1'f:.:..., .w 1: " . . sasliszsif dl 3-was. .fv- r':'15,?f5z?x . ,Y H, M .mi , Wg 'yi 3 H' ' Q Q q sms: ' A ' Q x V fig ff ,, ,, F2 Y S , N'-f 1 ,A ,wigpfg Q zu 1 U 53,-5,5 .1 ,551-gg-2,AMA?3,Z2,- .li-A iam, , 1 ff,f2z.f2,Afm:- ,.,. ,Vt 1, , ff .e,,w,ff,A: i l FronT Row: Campbell TaiT, Dimel, Miss Day, Frankovich, LT. Husband, Hines SergeanTs: Anderson, Barner, Finley, Jones, Lundell, MaTera, Mosl4oviTz, NixdorT, Rudolph, VVynn AcTives: ArmsTrong, Bole, Brunner, BurTord, Burr, Byers, CapTain, Charneil, Chaney, Chirigos, Clark, Cook, Crum, Currey, Cusick, D'Angelo, Davidson, Delviarco, Derman, Fair, Falvo, Ferguson, Fleck, Foley, Frankovich, Friedland, Fry- singer, Goodman. Giuliani-, l-larnilTon, Heinz, I-lelbling, l-lulrchinson, lcardi, Jackel, KaTz, Kenney, Kumich, LamberT, Lacey, Liddell, Lydiclc, Mallon, MarTin, Mavrinac, Mccandliss, Medloclc, MiddleTon, Page, Peake, Phil- lips, PinlcerTon, Quinn, Ramson, Ross, Rudoy, Saxon, Schaughency, STahl, SwarTz, Sullivan, Turner, TreTTle, Vander- vorT, Vaida, Wilde, Williams, Wollc. Co-ed CapTain. . . CapTain ......... FirsT LieuTenanTs BaTTery ExecuTive. . . . . BaTTery AdiuTanT Second LieuTenanTs FirsT PlaToon .... Second PlaToon. .. ....... Third PlaToon. .. FirsT SergeanT ..... Pitt CharloTTe E. T-larris ...James J. Dimel . ...Edward T. TaiT .John L. Campbell . ,Richard C. STein ...Ralph W. Abele ....Edwin B. GoldsmiTh, Jr. ...................Allan K. Briney FaculTy Adviser ..... LieuT. l-Toward O. Husband, C.A.C. "For The crowd There's a Thrill When The RiTles hold Their drill . . . . . For They are The TinesT in The land" - so Their marching song epiTomizes The core oT The ROTC. Rifles GenTlemen and soldiers all, proTicienT aT drill, aolepT in miliTary rouTine, aT home on drill Tield or ballroom Tloor. ln Their serious endeavor, The members Try To become beTTer oTTicers by advancing Themselves in The schooling OT miliTary science, and by serv- ing as guards oT honor aT UniversiTy evenTs. So- cially They display a genTleman's gallanTry as They escorT Their daTes To The "LiTTle MiliTary Ball," given annually aT The TwenTieTh CenTury Club. FrequenTly, The oTTicers-To-be puT TormaliTy aside To become iusT anoTher gang oT good Tellows rev- eling in a demonsTraTion oT Their own brand oT heckling oT The pledges who survive a semesTer oT rigorous drill and examinaTion. T62 I2 lncbe ff' V fn. wi Q ,ii 3 - I .my Q ' - ' 'W at 4' if 'il .W YY rf ww , x wiv . X- 1 ui.. U.. H ' .. s , J" M, -. Y 3 1 ww fi H A . K 3 xrw :si Ui xbr"1'EN Y , J f 949 7'C 4 LAQQL an A -mi 555 , .1 xx 3 . M176 51, I, 5- ply 5 ,,,1n ,,A1 ri ya Loeb, WesTerman, l-lassler, Campbell, Finlay, Brosky, Dimel, Mullin, Maruschak, Parker, Schaper, Kovacevlc Frankovich, Pomersheim, VissaT, Bridges, DuTiey, Dugan, l-lines, Binder, Richardson, Caldwell, TrembaTh Shaw, BuenTe, Quinn, Bacall CapTain ...... .... D avid BuenTe FirsT SergeanT .... . . . .James Dugan S rd d d FirsT LieuTenanT ..... ..... J ames Quinn C a a a n a e Second LieuTenanT ..... ..... C orTland Bacall Guarding The enTrance oT The CaThedral Trom 7:30 A. lvl. To 6:00 P. M. was buT one oT The ways by which Scabbard and Blade Tap- pees proved Their meriT. l-lell Week TeaTured oTher TesTs, such as a wriTTen exarninaTion on miliTary knowledge, general drill inTormaTion, qualiTies oT leadership, and The UniTed STaTes miliTary aTTairs. The acid TesT oT all was l-lell NighT. IT loomed over Tappees ThroughouT The week. Their expecTaTions, however, were even ex- ceeded ThaT long nighT in ClairTon Park, and when iT was all over, They were cadeTs in D. l6O Company, sevenTh regimenT. Prior To This iniTiaTion, Their class, numbering ThirTeen, had been Tapped aT The Scabbard and Blade dance. The ThirTeen were ouTsTand- ing sTudenT oTTicers in The advance R.O.T.C. course, Ralph Abele, Charles Bradley, William Cronemeyer, Gerald l-laywood, G e o r g e Jones, Edwin Klein, Oliver Kuserow, AlberT McCardle, lViilTon lVioskoviTz, and l-larold Qaks. RuTh STeeb and TaculTy members, John A. DenT and Dr. STanTon C. CrawTord also were honored. RuTh received The commission oT coed capTain oT The company. The Polilical Science Deparrmenl from The fourlh floor, buf al any rare, a new slalll in new guarlers was buf one of many changes de- signed ro make Jrhe R.O.T.C. a more eiclicienl unil. This year's srudenl enrollmenl, highesl in The deparrmen+'s hisiory, was made possible Jrhrough increased Federal quoras, alrhough gualificalion slrandards were raised. To keep pace wi'rh Jrhe expansion, cadel commissions were granled io iuniors for Jrhe Tirsr Jrime. New uniforms for The Band and advanced corps members, even new meral chevrons, srream- lined The Universi+y's slanding army. ln addilrion To conducring classwork and drill for Jrhe Coasl Arrillery and Medical Corps, Col. Wilson and Caplain Cameron supervised The aciiviries of The Pill Band, Pill Rifles, Scab- bard and Blade, and Jrhe R.O.T.C. Rifle Team: while Jrhe coed sponsors kepr up lhe Corps' morale. Order of Jrhe days in mid-April called for rehabililalion of caders lo uniforms afler a winier layolll. This was in preparalion for The annual spring inspeclion al which ranking Corps area officers reviewed 'Che Coasl Arlillery unir. The dress parade occasioned by Jrheir visil was The climax of R.O.T.C. ac- Jriviry for The school year. Cornell. Quinn, Vissai, Frankovlch, Janala, Kovacevic, Rich- Plummenxgornelk l-losey, Quinn, Day, Vissal, Pyle, Frankovirch, Toddie, Janara, d , C ld ll, P h ' , P k r, Kusseram. oyce, ovacevic. ' lTiliaPiTSchakT we Ommersc elm ar e Worek, Richardson, Sreeb, Caldwell, Firlh, Pommerscheim, McCombs, Parker, Childress. Loche, Kusseram. Maruschak. Military Officers NaTional deTense Took iTs Toll oT boTh sTu- -denT and TaculTy men ThroughouT The enTire UniversiTy This year when The call To The colors sounded. And iT eTTecTed a cornpleTe reorgani- zaTion oT The MiliTary DeparTmenT when The commissioned personnel, wiTh The excepTion oT Colonel Wilson, were called To Tield duTy. As a resulT, Col. Wilson was prornoTed To head The DeparTmenT, and CapTain Cameron, CapTain Wills, and LieuTenanTs Dougan, Husband, Hav- lak, and Campbell were appoinTed by The War DeparTmenT To assisT him. Headlines oT The News in The year of World War ll announced ThaT a miliTary coup ousTed CapT. Wills, LT. Campbell, CapT. Cameron, Col. Wilson, LTs. Dougan, I-l b d l-I Ik US an , GVBG SqTs. l-lardison, GunTher, Underwood, McDonald, Sfrawhorn Colonel Wilson - ,sl-' '. ln, fi' . EEL 4,,,T1.A . ..?w.., ' H .. ff., wg. A, I - .'-.'S'- : ' w ,, .c , . ,frblj -'-1 ,1:!.r8?1.'9f,y' :- 'w: W--.-5, 4 1 -' H., 'L-fa ' . , ff-i ,"",f. 2 ....1fn, " ' ' :fl-iv:'l'fi4-1" .'5,'3f f'Al1'11.'h-P4 apr.- Cap and Gown Show llel, none olrher Jrhan Russe de Casjrle now finds he is Camille's employer. Complicalions develop. All kind of complica- Jrions, all kinds of ways. Mickey Fin readers as Bealrice Fairlace, advice-'ro columnist inlroduces Jrhe grand solulion. Why nor swing Jrhe ballel? ing him a ba Shannon. Johnny n, known lo his -Jrhe-lovelorn zanies as Lana Corio, Miss d Suzie Bullerlield, a black- was one, are inlroduced. Meanwhile, such l-lomeslead of I929 an mailing bral, if lhere ever Despondenl Sadie Plolgul, sociely reporler, has her problems. She is despondenl and has problems be- cause she can'+ gel a man. ln lradilional lhirly-four year Cap and Gown slyle, Jrhe ineyilable happy Sfevenso. Sarber. Edelman, Werber, Bren ner, Perlul-Chorus ending came somewhere around I I o'ciock. "Adrienne Bullerfieldu Trembalh and "Johnny Higgins" Lambie Semour Perlul, Chuck Sarber, Marly Schlesinger-Chorus Girls "Saddie Plofgufn William Rial -- "Boris Peirovskin Allen Gould oe and Joe Ad Cap and Gown Show Gl'1Cl Life in a newspaper office can be heclic besel wilh dililicullies. Swing can converl a ballel info a 'four-slar success. Love can Triumph! George Hyde realized all This, so "Head Over Heels" is The whimsical slory of Johnny Higgins, debl-ridden Daily Slar reporler, madly in love wilh ' ballerina of rhe Baller Camille, The glamorous prima ' ' bl' h Russe de Caslle Sha P. 6. BuHerlield's daughler, Adrienne. When Johnny Turns 'rhe olllice info a race-lraclc rrying ro escape Joe and Moe, Jrwo sure-fire bill colleciors, Mr. Buflerfield sees red and fires Johnny. He allaches a rider. Daughler Adrienne is forbid- den lo see hero Higgins again. Boris Sergi Dmiiri lvanavilch Pelrrovsky, general direclor and choreographer of rhe ballel company enlers. Johnny learns first Camille's real idenliiy Louis has convenienlly died leav nnon. Camille is really pu is er second, ihal Uncle "-Gollsman and Endy rienne Builerfieldn Trembalh M d M Bur erie nj Kasper Mulligan" "Connie OH" Ed Hufnagle Dick Lambie "Johny Higgins" IS4- Siudeni' Siaffs Frank Maleer '4l E. Seymour Kerber '4l Gene Tedick '4l Produciion Manager Publiciiy Manager Business Manager Assisiani Produciion Managers Jack Brady '42 Miles Keebler '4l Joseph Deily '4l Business S'i'aFF Leonard Fuchs '42 Assur Manager Edwin Boldrigs '42 Leonard Boriz '44 Roberi Campbell '4l Harry Coiion '43 Harold Edison '42 Mariin Faberman '44 Warren Friedlander '43 Frank Goidich '4l Harry Leonhard '43 John Maxfield '44 Ray McGahey '43 Frank Morgan '4l Morris Nemser '44 Charles Page '43 John Syka '43 Edward Tablac '43 Charles Vaies '43 Elecirical Sfaff Emil Deily '4l Manager Allen Clark '42 Renwick Runk '44 Publicify Sfaff William Wilson '42 Ass"r Manager Irving Siapsy '4l Phoiographer Scheme Bazell '43 George Chirigos '44 M. Wendell Dierz '43 S. S. Kalwary '4l William Klinkensiein '42 Paul Lohmeyer '43 William Pairick '4l James Plunkeir '44 Sherman Pochapin '4l lrwin Rosen '43 Sylveslrer Siegel '4l Office S1'a'FF Huberi Palmer '42 Manager Melvin Frank '44 Herman Geller '43 Roberl' Glenn '44 Meyer Herman '44 Wallace McClean '4l James McGee '44 Roberi Page '44 Leonard Samuels '44 Technical Manager Cosfu me Siaff D. J. Bailey '42 Manager William Ruben '43 Ass'l' Manager Charles Heffernan '4l Harry Heller '4l Roberl' Kennedy '42 Thomas Lamb '42 John Maxiield '44 Joseph Neusiein '43 Eugene O'Donovan '44 Kenneih Smiih '-42 Chorus Siaff Howard Hanna '42 Manager Carl Bauer '44 William Cook '44 Jack Foley '44 Fred Hamillon '44 William Heckman '43 William Pfischner '44 Roberf Toiien '44 Casl' S+aFf Rudolph Holloman '42 Manager Harry Coiion '43 Reginald Johnson '4l Jack Luzadre '43 Roloeri' McComb '43 Roberlr McFadden '44 John Sheppard '44 Manuel S'rein '43 Hans Woodhouse '42 Carpeniry Sfaff James Rial '43 Manager Aloe Bluesione '44 Harold Byers '42 Michael DeMarco '43 Kenneih Garver '44 lrwin Glass '42 Ralph lmlorogno '44 Fausi Rosa '44 Properfies Siaff John Lloyd '42 Manager Joseph Cohen '44 Jerome Finegolcl '44 John Kaufman '44 Aaron Sacks '44 William Siewarl '42 Len Wolk '43 Nagel, Haufer, Yablonsky, Sheppard, Foley, Holoman, Hanna, Palmer, Blank, Coiion, Keller, Brinker, Sigel, Deily Glenn, Smilh, Sachs, Dieiz, Boriz, Cohen, Finegolcl, Siewarf, Capone, Lloyd, Black. Wolk, Kerber, Mafeer, Tedick l l Sidney Brenner '44 Tucker, Slephenson, Gollsman, Englesberg, Tremloalh, Morgan, Rial, Kreimer, Cer- chiara, Milaney, Heine, Harler, Maison Torquaios, Schlesinger, Kleinerman, Greenberg, Lambie, Dunn, Lieber, DeMeri+, Mos- k il' W ls r ow z, er e Endy, Walzman, Sarber, Perluli, Kendra, Gigliolli, Owrey CAST OF CHARACTERS ln order of lheir appearance Sadie Plolgul, socielry reporler ...... .... W illiam Rial Mickey Finn, lhe Iovelorn columnisl ..... .... R oloerl Soles Kaspar Harold Mulligan, drama crilic .... ...... J ames Dunn Johnny Higgins, a reporler ......... ..... R ichard Lamloie Joe, a bill colleclor ....... .... A lexander Endy Moe, his parlner .,....................... Harold Gollsman Brenda Bingley, lhe pulolisher's secrelary ......... Richard Jones Phineas G. Bulierlield, lhe secre'rary's boss. .... Jerome Lieber '4I Adrienne Bulreriield, his daughler ,.... .... E dwin Tremloalh Connie OH, her friend ...... ,..,. ..... E d ward Hulnagle Lana Corio, glamorous chorus girl .........., Marlin Schlesinger Boris Sergei Dmilri lvanovirch Perrovsky, direclor of The ballel Mrs. P. G. Bulierlield ......... . . . Suzie Burlerfield, her daughler. , . . . . Oscar, a call boy ........... . . . Eddie, a barlencler .... ..... Firsl Chorine ....... Second Chorine. . . ..Allen Gould . .Paul Delvleril .John W. Knoll .Hillard Kreimer Charles Cusick .Oscar Sheller . .David Tucker 152 Cap and Men's Sigmund Edelman '42 Lesler Evans '44 Paul Goldleder '42 Curlis Greenberg '44 Girl's Paul Cerchiara '42 Kenneih DeJohn '43 Burlon Engelsberg '42 Leland Giglioili '4l Roloerl Heine '42 Wilmer Maison '43 Don Melaney 43lf2 Gown Show Chorus Edward Kendra '42 Fred Hoehler '42 Thomas Slephenson '4I William Torqualo '44 Leonard Weilzman '44 Chorus Millon Moskovilz '42 John Pankuch '43 Seymour Perlul '4l Charles Sarloer '42 Marlin Schlesinger '4l Bernard Shapiro '42 James Simpson '43 Beniamin Werloer '42 Vocal William Armslrong '44 Roloerl Byers '42 Mark Crum '43 Jerome Eisner '4l Edwin Goldsmilh '43 Chorus Leo Harler '42 Jack Mervis '43 Millon Moskovilz '42 John Sheppard '44 Herman Wilhelm '42 Roberl Wilhelm '4l Quarfel Roloeri Davis '43 Jerome Kleinerman '44 John Fullon '43 Ellis VanSwearinger '4I "Golden Boy", by CliTTord OdeTs, Turnished The Players wiTh a lcnockouT drama Tor The close oT Their season. The sTory oT The violin player Turned pugilisT, his rise To Tinancial heighTs and his ulTimaTe downTall, sTarred Larry Morris, wi+h Jeanine STephenson Turnishing The ro- manTic inTeresT. AlThough classed as a comedy, The Three-acT drama provided much paThos, especially in The role oT The selT-sacriTicing TaTher, played by Leo l-larTer. On The oTher hand, some good laughs resulTed Trom The ac- Tion and dialogue oT Peggy lVlarTin and Israel Grossman, as The young married couple, Allan Gould, as The bungling TighT manager, and AugusT Trovaioli as The gangsTer menace. WiTh This Tour sTar perTormance, PiTT Players climaxed a Top-noTch year. PiTT Players closed The l94l season wiTh a Spring FesTival week producTion oT ThaT comedy oT Tamily liTe, "You Can'T Talce lT WiTh You." The sTory is concerned wi+h The eTTorTs oT The slighTly delirious Sycamore Tamily To marry Their daugh- Ter, Peggy lvlegee, To The rich boss' son, Jim Dunn. Any guieT evening aT home Tound The happy Tamily engaged in Their various diversions: Essie, Alice Lewis, Toe dancing under The TuTelaqe oT Kolenlrhov, Allan Gould: Penny, played by Molly OrTinberg and Anne Tumpane, painTingg Papa Sycamore, Bob Shissler, concocTing Tire- crackersg and philosophizing Grandpa, Bill Mc- Elwain, presiding over all. AlThough The play was well known To The audi- ence because oT iTs proTessional producTion and laTer l-lollywood version, PiTT Players iniecTed a new spiriT inTo The Tamiliar siTuaTions ThaT was good Tor long and loud laughs. Golden Boy You Can't Take It With You My l'leart's ln The Highlands WiTh house lighTs down and sTage lighTs up, PiTT Players, on November 6Th and 8Th, presenT- ed William Saroyan's "My l-learT's in The l-ligh- lands." Leo l-larTer, as The unrecognized buT self-appreciaTing poeT, and l-larold Shapiro, his gymnasTically inclined son, are visiTed by a bugle-blowing ScoTchman porTrayed by Irv Avner. lmpressed by The bugle solos, Johnny and his TaTher conTinue To search Tor The "hearT in The highlands" even aTTer They are evicTed from Their home. The acTors' diTTiculTy lay in mainTaining The sombre yeT hopeTul mood ThroughouT The play. BuT The Players wiTh Their candid characTerizaTions gave a proifessional perTormance. Pitt Players' Shows High Tor December I lTh and l3Th, PiTT's Players did Maxwell Anderson's "l-ligh Tor." RomanTic Van Van Dorn, played by Jim Dunn, Tries To reTain his ancesTral mounTain and naTural way oT living in The Tace oT modern exploiTaTion. Aided by ghosT- ly DuTchmen sTranded in The CaTskills, he ouTwiTs The despoilers and makes peace wiTh his earThly love, Judirh lLouise Rowlandl. BesT siTuaTion was when The crooked colleagues, Paul De lvleriT and Dan Cannon, were Trapped in a sTeamshovel cage suspended Tar ouT over The palisades and prayed Tor an inexpensive salvaTion. Bill PaTrick, TirsT sTu- denT To design a Players' seT, worked successTully wifh The problems oT an ouTdoor scene and a, small FosTer sTage. Pitt Players Technical Group IT was lighTsl camera! acTionl wiTh PiTT Players when I-lolywood invaded The campus. Kleig lighTs replaced TooT- lighTs as Players deserTed The sTage long enough To make a movie. The Tilm records The compleTe producTion OT a play Trom The casTing unTil The opening nighT. The Players chose "Golden Boy" and so The camera moved along wiTh The rouTine preparaTions. PhoTographers seT up Their equipmenT Tor closeups oT The casT during rehearsalsg oT Joe Diely and his crew building scenery in The Technical shop: oT Emil Diely, elecTriciang oT manager Jane LinTleman arranging The props: oT Al Glass, publiciTy manager and Mollie OrTinberg, TickeT manager, aTTending To The Tinances. Besides This proiecT, The Technical crew under Frank Mason wenT abouT Their usual work oT draTTing, building and painTing seTs, and Tound Time To build scenery and work backsTage Tor The PiTTsburgh Opera SocieTy's produc- Tion oT "Marriage OT Figaro." Technical Manager... ..... Joe Deily ElecTrical Manager. .. ..... Emil Deily FaculTy Advisor.. .... Frank Mason l in, Daum, Trovaioli, DuckeTT DeMarco. McE wa Anania, J. Deily I49 Pitt Players Acting Group i t Trovaioli, Greenberg. Match, Garver, Harter Daum, Schultz, Koellilcer, Lewis, McGinnis, Lintelman, Bard, Long, Anderson, Cupalc, Buechele Schaughency, Wilson, J. Daily, Mclilwain, E. Deily, Glass Berkeley, Dunn, Brunlc, Yablonsky, Avner Morrison, Anania. Allen, Sands, Perr, Deivlarco, Duclcett Bandman, Shetfler, Brendlinger, McCornbs, Zarman, K h lcardi, Moses, Robie, Portnoy, Endy President ....... ........ B ill McElwain Vice President .............. Alice Lewis Historian and Secretary ........ Sue Bard Treasurer and Business Mgr.. . .Bill Wilson Direction ....... ..... B uell Whitehill Pitt Players this year, under the guidance ot director Buell Whitehill and president Bill Mclilwain, completed an exacting schedule. ln addition to choosing three ot the most ditticult plays ot the modern theatre, they took part in two other programs. "Why the Chimes Rang" was presented during the Christmas season in conjunction with the l-teinz Chapel Choir and W.A.A. dancing classes. Leo l-larter nar- rated, while Betty Brunk, John Glasson, Paul Delvlerit, and Jules Cubernek interpreted the action by pantomime. ln February, Players ioined with the Heinz Chapel Choir to present the program "America at I-lome" at the Atlantic City national convention tor educators. l-lulda Tully and Leo l-larter gave selected readings ot modern poets. Taking time ott, however, to entertain themselves, the Players sponsored two dances with Cap and Gown Under- gradute Club, and ended their social program with a May banquet. At this occasion, Players who had earned eight or more points in the acting, technical, or business tields were awarded lceys. I48 Women's Choral Presidenl' ........ .... E sH1er Groenerr Vice Presidenr ..,...... Miriam Goldslein Secrelary ......... .,... K ay l-lolsinger Business Manager ,... ..... C arol Sands Librarian .......... .... M arion Bayless Tlue audience grew guiel as Hue music soflened and a bliHue voice began "l-lark, l-lark, Hue Lark." ll was Hue sev- enJreenHu annual l-lome Concerl' of Women's Cluoral, Hue climaxing even? of a series of appearances before Hue "Y," Hue College Club, and oH1er organizalions. Tlue lirsl was Hue Beaux Arls program, wluicli inrroduced fresluman women lo music and drama al Hue Universily. Addison Jones, Hue famed pianisl, also appeared and was enHuusiasHcally ap- plauded. Under Hue direcrion of Mrs. Mildred Lissfell and Hue leadership ol Eslluer Groenerl, presidenl, Hue 45 women spenl weeks preparing Hueir final concerl, wluiclu was pre- senled in an Elizabelluan selling. Ruffled, colorful coslumes and luiglu-slarclued collars ser Hue Hueme for Carol Sand's old English Jrune, "A Poor Soul Sal Sigluing," and Mabel McGirr's rendilion of Gersl1win's "Summerl'ime." Brown, Levy, Zalposky, Korpanry, Smull, Frisclu, Phillips, Newman, Dierer, Pusaleri, Koelliker, Anania, Lloyd, Cockley, Naugluron Halen, Neqley, Lurz, Riddle, McQuigqan, Mosso, Maslu, Long, Holbrook Lowy, Gorkiewicz, Jones, Pearsall, Kimmel, Woolslayer, Deloperro, Zapaclu, Sieed. Murrel, McGirr, Mrs. Lissfelr Sands, Groenerl, l-lolsinger, Golclslein, Gesreqan I47 Men's Glee Club Sayers, McFadden, Mandel, Van Swearigen, Cross, Goldsmifh, Pilgrim, Gleeson. Miller, Sheppard, Ball, l-largrave, Scheffler Byers, Moslcoviiz, Meisel, Sheffler, Phschner, Crum, Ayers, Dunn, Madias, Lynch, H. Willhelm Krelow, Johnson, Sfucheli, Downs, Singer, Eisner. Braford, Koechler, Fulfon, l-lumes, Norum Finney, Kleinerman, Greenburg, Trembafh, Landy, Sfeinlcirchner, Rislco, Armsfrong, R. Willhelm, Wolf, Bleahly. Ofey. Davis Presidenf .... Vice Presidenf. . . Secrefary ..... Librarian ....... Business Manager Accompanisf .... . . . . . . .Edwin Trembafh . . . .John Sfuchell ......Bob Byers .. .Thomas Bole .......Bob Davis .Dr. Wendell Ofey Top performances were fhe high nofes of fhe Glee Clulo's season. Affer members sang fo fheir large following in several Easfern sfafes, fhey refurned fo Fosfer Memorial and an enfhusiasfic audience of sfudenfs. The reperfoire ranged from fhe lively bass solo of Bob Davis' cafch recipe for "Shorfenin Bread," fo fhe grand ensemble performance of "Old Man River." This, fhe fiffy-firsf year of fhe organizafion, saw presi- denf Ed Trembafh welcome fiffeen new members in fime for fhem fo enjoy fhe four fhrough New York and New Jersey. Here fhey appeared af a nafional educafional con- venfion, and presenfed a program of American songs. Once, fhey reversed fhe usual procedure and fhe club was on fhe lisrening end of harmony when fhey danced fogefh- er wifh ofher campus musical organizafions fo fhe music of Benny Burfon af fhe Musician's Ball. Affer fhis inferlude, Mr. Theodore Finney caughf up his bafon again for fhe spring concerf and a funeful finale. 146 FiTTy proTicienT musicians, TiTTy sparkling insTrumenTs, augmenTed by Theodore lvl. Finney's direcTing, are a sTudy in harmony and a symphony in blending, each Time The UniversiTy Symphony CDrchesTra perTorms. lTs members are 0 rch e S .t r a PiTT's music sTudenTs, whose TirsT Task iT is To inTerpreT Bach, BeeThoven and Brahms, buT who can, neverTheless, swing ouT aT inTormal parTies like The one held aT NorTh Park in November. lvlore oTTen The enTire orchesTra plays, alThough The sTring ensemble and The brass and French horn quarTeTs have been TeaTured in Their own concerTs. Manage' ---"--'- ---- W eller Logan On April 2, The annual home concerT given in l:osTer Asmiani Manager """' Charles Dlckson AudiTorium climaxed The concerT season. LaTer in The Librarian ......... .... R ichard l-larTz spring, The orchesTra members came ouT Trom behind Their own insTrumenTs To enioy The music oT anoTher band aT The spring Tormal. Cn This occasion, Three-year veTerans re- ceived engraved gold keys Tor service and abiliTy To re- vamp The classics in approved Raymond ScoTT sTyle, or perTorm The "lNluTcracker SuiTe" a la Finney. J. Lewis, Becker, WesTerrnann, Carr, Voand, Parker, Drexler, lvlasur, Kleinerman, Jones, Toig. Heller, Budi, GroTe, Chapman, Mackey. ATkinson, lv1asTer, BoydiieTT. Swope, Wilhelm. Logan, OTey, l-lull, Miller, Shulnes, Rudolph, I-larTz, l-lingeley, lvlonTgornery, Bielski, Nelson, T-l. Lewis, Saalbach, Davidson, Lasday, Fridy, Udouch. Ziel, Feldman, SmiTh, WolT. Dickson, Price, Blessing, Reilly, Ice, Morrow, Marks, l-lamilTon. l45 Heinz Chapel Choir H C l By T b Th ST h ll V S g Palmer, lcef, Flick, R. King. y p G ld T lvloskowiii, Davis, Sand, Wickmann, Finney, Geer, OFIS A preliminary Tuneup aT Camp PiTT early in SepTember marked The beginning oT The l-leinz Chapel Choir's acTivi- Ties. The members chuckle when They recall how Louise Negley upseT a canoe, dunking nearly aTTired and surprised Al Glass and Ellis Van Swearingen. They smile knowingly aT lvlilT lVioskoviTz's persisTenT denials ThaT he ediTed The in- TormaTive liTTle newspaper ThaT was disTribuTed To The group. AT a Tea in The Commons Room in December, The laTe l-loward l-leinz awarded members wiTh keys Tor one or Two year's service in The choir. February Tound The group pack- ing Their suiTcases and heading Tor New York and ATlanTic CiTy. Coming home on The Train, "Pop" and "Mom" Finney led The group in The Virginia Reel in The dining car To The Tune oT Emil Deily's harmonica. ln addiTion To singing every Sunday in The chapel, aT special services Tor The sTudenT body, and various oTher aTTairs, TesTive parTies aT Bob Davis' Tarm rounded ouT The choir program Tor This year. I4-4 ,. 'x 'fm '. , -,1 -. .f.- 2511.3-Q-'f'. , 1 .X ' W I, 3 .- idw':'- rg .MW " 'YS'rg,'... jg' -'-3' : , .5 ' HI'i.'7'? 1'-:Ev-V1 . .-3155 Z., qf.-4,5 h gan' 1 I, 51. . 1- 2' i . , . 1' 9' .'f f ,ft . G. I .l,, . , i 5 , 7 QW... vp..-p:f-uvhryi 'ijt ' ' ' A , 1 - - , L'4f9'f "5" 'f L , 1 Hy" . , ' . " ,, ,I . 1. df:-.g.':Qf3.xL .,. H: ., - 1'--1f4'.'nv-3' - ' Choblay, Di Ruggiero, Knapp, Ackerman, Rau, Broadhursi Johnson, Raskowski, Leonard, Myers, Murray, Campbell Grand lv1asTer .... ..... N orman W. ShumaTe Junior lvlasTer ..... RoloerT C. PeTers l-louse MasTer .... .... R oloerT C. Slick SecreTary .... ..... C arlTon Davies Treasurer , ..,... John D. l-larT EOHTOI' -- .... John D. Rogers A hayride, a Halloween masquerade dance, and a Tall Tormal aT The PorT PiTT hoTel-These acTiviTies represenT merely a sTarT Tor The Psi Omega looys. AT The sTarT oT The second se- mesTer The acTives inTroduced The pledges To The house wiTh a gay house dance. A winTer and spring Tormal and Two more house dances Topped oTF The Tull year oT TesTiviTy. BuT There are more serious momenTs over aT The house on NorTh BelleTield STreeT. The members proudly Psi Omega claim Thar OT The keys given annually To The upper I2 per cenT oT The denTal graduaTing class, Psi Omegas usually claim The maioriTy. LasT year one oT The Psi O's Took The TirsT key and oT The oTher Three winners, Two were his TraTerniTy broThers. ln Their spare momenTs, loe- Tween classes and TraTerniTy acTiviTies, some OT The Psi Omegas wriTe Tor The School oT DenTis- Try magazine, "DenTal Rays." Lambda Kappa Sigma Blumenschien, Mehr, Coleman, Eclcbert Howard FOwlsTOn, Tischler, STuchell Davis, MurTland. Diamond These hard-working "pharmaceuTicals" TOrgeT abOuT chemicals and scienTiTic equaTiOns Once a mOnTh as They gaTher in Heinz House Tor a regular business meeTing. ATTer culTural and scienTiTic endeavors Tor The coming mOnTh are discussed and a visiT TO ST. Johns General Hos- piTal is arranged, The Talk Turns To more social Things. WiTh The TirsT snOwTall OT The year, The girls plan a slcaTing parTy. One OT The senior members s+ill blushes when The girls remind her OT The norTh, sOuTh, easT, wesT sprawl she made while roller-slcaTing aT The Diamond Rink. ATTer plans are made Tor a spring dance, Their mosT impOrTanT evenT OT The season, The girls are Told OT The candy sale. COngraT- ulaTiOns were given TO Clara Mehr, Collembolae member, Tor her perTecT aTTendance and puncTualiTy. I4O PresidenT ...,........ MargueriTe STuchell Vice PresidenT ...... ....... H elen Davis SecreTary ....... .... M aTilda Maravelc Treasurer.. .... Louise Tischler i STouT, LesTer, Smifh, Dr. Claus, Rush, lv1cCurry M TT H kl R P ll l-ll ky Wyble, Dickie, aie a, aec er, o William R. Rowse ........ RegenT Edwin J. Wyble. . . .... Vice RegenT William F. LesTer. .. ...... SecreTary Frank A. SchmidT ..... ......... I-l isTorian Dr. Edward P. Claus. ..... FaculTy Adviser Ever waTch The acTion oT morphine on The hearT oT a box TurTle? Then you oughT To siT in on one oT The demonsTraTion meeTings ol: Kappa Psi. For The sTudenT pharmacologisTs in This pro- Tessional TraTerniTy have used The experience gained in class or as laboraTory assisTanTs To perTorm experimenTs ThaT will conTribuTe To Their own knowledge and perhaps To The pro- Tession To which They aspire. And ThaT is Their aim, wheTher preparing papers To be read be- Tore The American PharmaceuTical SocieTy, or pharmacology displays Tor healTh shows aT Buhl PlaneTarium. Following The appoinTmenT ol: Bill wse-, icciri o. icvs Kappa Psi l-laeckler and Bill Fleming as laboraTory assisT- anTs To Dr. Claus, The TraTerniTy planned To es- Tablish These posTs as permanenT ones in which Kappa Psi men mighT receive addiTional prac- Tical Training. Kappa Psi has noT Torsaken The social aspecT oT TraTerniTy liTe. The annual Tormal dance in The KeysTone l-loTel, April 25, ended a series oT social programs which included a reunion dance, a Tormal aT The ForT PiTT l-loTel in Janu- ary, a dinner-dance in February, and The Tradi- Tional "Third degree" iniTiaTion ceremonies. - Dental lnterlraternity Council Rossner, ShumaTe, PeTers, Myers, Choby, Klang Improve, Improve! The waTch-word oT The DenTal lnTer- TraTerniTy Council. Improve TraTerniTy acTiviTy, sTudenT Ta- ciIiTies, sTudenT-TacuITy relaTions, Themselves. To These ends, The Council, consisTing oT Two oTTicers Trom each oT The Three DenTal TraTerniTies, Psi Omega, DelTa Sigma DelTa and Alpha Omega, has been acTive in coordinaTing The inTerTraTerniTy acTiviTies oT The groups. Leadership, by Tra- TerniTy roTaTion, was in The hands oT Paul Klang, Alpha Omega, This year. lVIonThly meeTings, held alTernaTely in The TraTerniTy houses, are compIeTe wiTh business and reTreshmenTs, occa- sional dances are anTicipaTed generally, buT The big Thing in The liTe oT The Council is inTerTraTerniTy compeTiTion. Each year Dean Freisell provides The all-poinT TraTerniTy Trophy, and The conTesTs begin, lasT long, and are accom- panied by TrequenT displays oT The Tarnous DenT spiriT. ATh- leTic compeTiTion is The chieT acTiviTy wiTh Teams parTici- paTing in TournamenTs oT ping pong, basIceTbaIl, bowling, Touch TooTball, and swimming. This year, Psi Omega won The l.F. Trophy. 138 PresidenT ...... ..... P aul Rossner Vice PresidenT ......... Paul Klang SecreTary ...... ...., N orman Shumalre Wallace. l-larlt Jr., Parli, McFarland. CaTalano, Ly+le, Callery, Mariano Bandi, Davis. May. Davis, Terrana, Karageorge, Tack, RalsTon GloTTeITy, Webb, I-leape, Shumafe, PeTers, P Davies, Sliclc Grand lviasTer.. ..... Andrew Choby WorThy MasTer ..,..... Warren C. Myers T-lisTorian ....... .... J ohn E. Campbell Scribe ..,.... ...... W . E. Murray Senior Page .... ..... J . D. BaTTaglia Junior Page .... ..... J oseph WesT Treasurer ..... .... L eo J. Leonard GraduaTion Trom The School oT DenTisTry is only The beginning so Tar as membership in DelTa Sigma DelTa is concerned. For This honor- ary professional TraTerniTy is primarily a gradu- aTe group, a denral socieTy which considers The problems aTTecTing The proTession, legislaTion, p u b l i c relaTions and The "denTal aspecT," in general. ThirTy undergraduaTe DenTs corn- prise The preliminary chapTer which mainTains The TraTerniTy house: while The graduaTe chap- Ter includes more Than 300 leading denTisTs in Allegheny CounTy. Delta Sigma Delta AT The naTional convenTion oT DelTa Sigma DelTa, held in Cleveland lasT SepTember, Dr. A. C. Young was elecTed Supreme Grand lv1asTer, highesT TraTerniTy posT. I-lis elecTion being The second naTional honor Tor The local chapTer since l923, a banqueT in his honor was held aT The l-loTel Schenley in February. There, mem- bers presenTed Dr. Young wiTh a movie camera To help him record TraTerniTy acTiviTies during his Term oT oTTice. ln addiTion To The banqueT, The undergraduaTe chapTer gave a dance This spring. Alpha Zeta Omega r Schwarfz, Tillman, Simons, Leom, Rosenberg, Muslqey. S l d Charop, Perer, Golclsfein, R Zohr, Zwick. Marconslcy, Wess, Alfshuler, Singer Weisman, Reich. Polliclc, Zeifman. Sfeiner, Leffrnan Levy, Merslcy, Perelman, Bard Capsules, pills and drugs are forgoffen when fhe mem- bers of Alpha Zefa Omega meef. Though fhe furfherance of pharmaceufical knowledge is fhe formal aim of fhe group, presidenf Dave Pearlman and fhe officers planned and successfully complefed a broad, diversified program. Socially, fhe pharmacisfs-fo-be sfaged dances and smok- ers, and were fhemselves enferfained by fheir own Ladies' Auxiliary, composed of fhe sisfers and wives of fhe acfives. The biggesf evenf was fhe Spring Formal on April fwenfy- fourfh in fhe Roosevelf I-lofel. Gfher yearly proiecfs discussed af fhe bi-monfhly meef- ings included fhe loan fund, which is mainfained for fhe benefif of members, and fhe nafional convenfion, fhis year held in Cincinnafi, buf scheduled fo be held in Piffsburgh nexf year wifh Mu chapfer as fhe hosf. Also on fhe agenda were fhe inifiafion of fappees, pledgeship of new men, and fhe role fhaf A.Z.O. alumni may play in assisfing graduafes fo find employmenf. 136 Direcforum . . . Sub-Direcforum Exchequer .... ..... Signore . Bellorum David Pearlman ... ..... Charles Bardin Rheinardf Levy .Charles Pollick . .Aaron Zwiclc in, ec or, e man, ein, uc no, an or, o en, Zimer, GoldsTein, Raden, Goldberg Grossfield. PlusT, STangel, RabinowiTz, Lisnow, DeuTsch, Grossbard, Lalis, SilverblaTT Slk SpT Fld Yll Sl: KT Ch STI F'k RlVdrKlgGdKpl RbTBl Spl R en, iai, an. ru er, Presidenf .... .... P aul Klang FaculTy Advisor ..... Dr. Swanson PresidenT ..... James BaTTaglia Vice PresidenT. ...Leo Leonard SecreTa ry .... Edwa rd Murray Omicron chapTer oT Alpha Omega has sur- vived The "ups and downs" oT TraTerniTy exisT- ence since iTs esTablishmen+ ouT oT The old Odons Club in l92O. Today iTs members boasT ThaT iT is one oT PiTT's largesT denTal TraTerni- Ties, and ThaT Their new house on Forbes STreeT is The mosT beauTiTul on campus. Their maTerial gains, however, have noT ouTweighed Their TraTerniTy spiriT or proTessional abiliTies. NexT Tall when The represenTaTives oT ThirTy-Two oTher chapTers meeT in PiTTsburgh Tor Their oper, in a an, u ovi z, asan, ieman, ossner Alpha omega naTional convenTion, The local DenTs will exhibiT boTh as They display The accomplishmenTs oT The pasT eighTeen years. The A.G.'s can Tallc wiTh equal TaciliTy abouT pedodonTics or Their house dances, Tor They have proTessional as well as social inTeresTs. They lcnow a liTTle abouT bowling, Too, having won The lnTerTraTerniTy bowling championship. MosT novel oT Their several social aTTairs was Their cup and saucer dance To which each boy broughT a cup, and each girl a saucer. Alpha Kappa Psi Riefi, Masfovich, Troppman, Sufo, Casfner, l-lulcill, Cooper, Blanlsenhorn Newman, Melz, Wakefield, Marfin, Drake, Goidich, Cohuf Duffy, Nicholas, Wagner, Zarfman, Bohrenberg, Yeakel, Sfouf, Miller Alpha Kappa Psi, oldesf nafional commerce frafernify, has a fwo fold purpose, fo furfher The welfare of ifs mem- bers and fo fosfer scienfific research in 'rhe fields of com- merce, accounfs, and finance. The organizafion faps male sfudenfs enrolled in fhe School of Business Adminisfrafion in bofh The day and evening school. Togefher wifh fhe alumni chapfers, fhe members carry on an exfensive pro- gram of social and professional acfivify. The biggesf social evenfs of fhe year were The formal inifiafion banquefs held in December and April, and informal spring sfag parly, held in The Army and Navy Room of fhe l-lofel Henry and a formal dance af Jrhe Universify Club in March. This year, fhe social evenfs were direcfed by l-lerman Diefz. Profes- sional acfivify, under Gr. Louis Troppman included lecfures by prominenf men, indusfrial frips fo fhe J. gl L. Sfeel mills and fhe Posf-Gazeffe, forums on career planning and iob hunfing, discussions and debafes. l34 Presidenf ..... ..... W . Behrenberg Vice Presidenf ......... J. l-l. McWilliams Secrefary ....... ..... W . A. Zorfman Treasurer .. ..... R. A. Yealcel Q Corilancl Bacall-Business Manager BUSINESS Pitt News STAFF Roberi Goleman, Sigmund Lenchner- Co-adverrlising Managers Julian R. Silverman - Complroller Sylvesier Siegel-Circulalion Manager COMPTROLLER STAFF Julian R. Silverman, Complroller Roberl M. I-lamillon - Assisianl Compiroller I-larvey Saxon Meyer J. Herman Ruih Greenslein CIRCULATION STAFF Sylvesier Siegel. Manager Clara I-lechl Rosalind I-lirsh Florence Nydes Millicenl Levendori Florence Lowenlhal Minna Kamber Phyllis Weiner Dorolhy Siegal ADVERTISING STAFF Roberi Goleman, Sigmund Lenchner- Managers Joseph Cohen Jerome Kleinerman Jaclc I-lulchinson Jim Brinker Allan Business Cori Bacall says "li il weren'l for us, lhere wouIdn'+ be a Piii News." I-lis Jrroop is on-ihe- ball. Circulalion manager Siegel licks 300 siamps per week for olif-campus subscribers. Goleman, Lenchner, and s+aIiF sell business men on News adveriising. Silverman signs checlcs and worries aboul bills. Tom Weslerman I-Iarold Bradbury I-lerberl' Nicholas Sidney Silverman Gould Sigmund Lenchner Roberi Goleman Julian R. Silverman Jack Brady Sylvesier Siegel Jack De Benendicils 'QWHIF' Ruggero Alcliserl' - Edilor Pitt News EDITORIAL STAFF MANAGING BOARD Irving R. Kaufman ....,. Managing Ediior William E. lVIcElwain . ..... Sporls Ediior E. Seymour Kerber ......... Copy Edilor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Jaclc DeBenecIiclis, Oscar Sheiler ...... ....................Assislan+ Edilors Jaclc Brady, William L. Klinlcenslein .... Campus News Edilors Georgia Shusel ......... Fealures Ediior Julia Waida ....... Associale Copy Ediior Edgar Beigel, Roberl D. I-lamillon ..... .................Con'rribuiing' Edilors Murelle Russell ........... Socieiy Ediior William A. Palrick, Jr. ......... Ari Ediior Aniia Pal Barone ........ Fine Aris Ediior REPORTING STAFF Delores Aclcer, Sheme Bazell, John Chaflo, George Chirigos, Roberl Cook, Jaclcie Filce, Ben Foole, Kennelh Garver, Clifford Gershovilz, Sidney Grossman, I-larriel I-larris, Norma Lee Koellilcer, Jerry LeVine, Irving Leiloer, Paul Lohmeyer, Grace Lyon, Frank Masloralci, Vince Ma- lera, John lvlaxiield, Ned Mclnlosh, Roloeri Page, William Panlcuch, Lois Pailerson, Ar- Jrhur Reinslein, Jerry Ripp, Mary Saranlo- poulos, Jean Thoms, Lylian Vaughn, Alex Zelenslci. CONTRIBUTORS Lois Galbreaih, Mendell Gross, Wayne COPY DESK Berlha Greenberg, Florence Flelhering- ion, Fred Lange, Beiiy Larson, Alice Lewis, William Ollis, blali. Irving Kaufman William McElwain E. Seymour Kerber William Klinlcenslein Neal Russo Oscar Sheiler Irwin Rosen, Ediih Rosen- Frarie, Diclc I-larman, Dick Kay, Grace Mc- Combs, Fred Roloie, Belly Schoeller, Ger- ald Zislcind. Edilorial Rugy Aldiserl and alooul sixly sundry oihers enioy launching campaigns. Thus, sold Piiliies on I-lospiializaiion: on campus polilical refor- maiiong on verbal surrealism: on modern newspaper make-up: on beiier columnizing: and also on Rugy Aldiserl and alooul sixiy sundry olhers. Alvin Gross - Business Manager PITT PANTHER - BUSINESS STAFF Pitt Panther Alvin Gross ................. .............. B usiness Manager David Tucker. .. .... Adverlising Manager Bob Jones ,...... ............ C omprroller Bob Benlley ........ .... A ssislanr Complroller Burron Engelsberg .... ..... C irculalion Manager Mile-s Keebler ................. ...... M ailing Manager ADVERTISING STAFF CIRCULATION David Tucker - Manager Burron Engelsberg - Manager Peggy Askin Allan Brunwasser Charles Cusiclc Alvin Glass Mendell Gross Meyer I-Ierrnan Belly Kalish Irving Leiber Edward Tail Jackie Filce Richard Jones Sherwood Landis Marshall Nesbill Manuel Slein Arnold Slern William Sheris Business Slaff Panlher Business slafl aiiernpled Io garner enough money Io cover edilorial slafl ex- penses. New Iiealures were EngeIsberg's slriped circulalion Iooolh on Ihe ground Iloor and mimeographed supplemenl issued by Tucker and his adverrising slarl for advanced publiciry. This year, +he Panrher was a sell-our. David Tucker Miles Keebler Roberr Jones Burlon Engelsberg Ruggero Aldiserr. Copy Boy Richard Kay Irving Srapsy Regina Heinz Roberi Gesfric George Gregg h Jack Srauff - Ediior Pitt Panther I PITT PANTHER - EDITORIAL STAFF Jack Siauff - Ediior Richard Kay - Managing Ediior ASSOCIATE EDITORS Roberi Gesirich Regina I-Ieinz George Gregg - Ari Ediror Oscar Sheliler Irving Srapsy- Phoiography Ediior DEPARTMENT EDITORS lvl. Wendell Dielz Grace McCombs Dave Naley Gene Pyle CONTRIBUTORS Bob Fisher Jim Glasgow Bill Jamison Norma Lee Koelliker Richard Kramer I-Iarvey Lincoici Bill McEIwain Charles Brossman Ediiorial S'I'a'FF No purveyor of Iirerarure is The Paniher. No champion of campus polirics is Jrhe rnonihly magazine issued under Jrhe guiding hand of Jack Srauiii. Raiher ir is a handbook of The casual. To rhis end ii has become a campus Life ai PiH', Iiearuring Siapsy's phoio-record- ings. Selwyn Loeb - Business Manager Complroller - Edwin Trembalh ORGANIZATION STAFF Charles Sarber, Manager Jane Bodecker Jennie Fedak Glaisler Elmer Gisella Linder Roberl Milchell I-loward Moomy Billie Ann Swank MEN'S SPORTS Donald Parke, Edilor Sheme Bazell Ben Foole Dick Frankovich I-lenry Kordaczewski Lee McFadden Michael Milchell Jerome Ripp Alex Zelenski John Brosky Ralph Kallock The Owl OWL BUSINESS STAFF The business slall paid lor whal lhe edi- lorial slalii spenl. Sully Loeb's iob was help I-lillard Kreimer and his salesmen lo break a record and lo devil Tommy Weslernfiann and his adverlising slalzi 'io bigger accounls. Eddie 'lirembalh and his complrollers kepl accounl of lhe funds, while Chuck Sarber sold "You" 'lo organizalion. All worked hard and sighed wilh relief when lhe lasl bill was marked "Paid." CIRCULATION STAFF I-lillard Kreimer, Manager Len Wolk, Assislanl Manager Chesler Bandman Leonard Borlz Jerome Einegold I-larriel I-larris Joseph Mash Rica Spiegel ADVERTISING STAFF Thomas Weslerman, Manager James Donalelli Frank Goidich Roberl Goleman I-larry Segel Dorolhy Slollz Virginia Vinnedge Belly Dils Edwin Trembalh Thomas Weslerman Charles Sarber I-lillard Kreimer Slanley Barish Donald Parke Belly Sapp Edilor - WILLIAM SHERIS MANAGING BOARD Malilda Helfgo'r'I, Managing Edilor Belly Dils Belly Sapp Ari' Edilor, Bill Pairiclc EDITORIAL BOARD Sranley Barish, Pholography John Broslcy, Lay-Oui Helen DeWaIl, Fearures Ralph Kallock, Men's Organizarions Hilda Landerman, Office Mariorie Lowy, Slenographic Belly Jane MacOueen, Wornen's Organiza- Donald Parke, Men's Sporls Ann Rayz, Lilerary STENOGRAPHIC STAFF Mariorie Lowy, Ediior Jane Kandel Leona Lieberman Evelyn Srnilh Gerlrude Walfish OFFICE STAFF Hilda Landerman, Ediior Marion Weiss Melva Werlinich Malilda Helfgoll Hilda Landerman Ann Rayz Belfy Jane MacOueen I-Ielen DeWaI'r, Mariorie Lowy The Owl EDITORIAL STAFF Bill Sheris fealures "you" in The I94I Owl. He Iearures you wirh dozens of cameramen Barish's and Aronson's snapshols, wirh Ann Rayz's lilerary informaliiy, wi'rh his own exclu- sive Owl slryle. The Owl Jrells you whai' you did, how you did iI', when you did if. II' neilher Iorgers nor overloolcs, for Ihis year in I'he Owl, "you" are if. LAY-OUT STAFF John Brosky, Edilor William Armsirong John Pankuch Frederic Burr Srephen Yablonslcy Harriel Harris PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Slranley Barish, Edilor Samuel Aronson, Assisfanl Eclifor Charles Brossman Hampron Mulligan William Greenblaii Alvin Sigal William Lloyd Irving Sonlag MEN'S ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Ralph Kallock, Edilor Moriimer Dielz Alexander Endy James Dunn Frederick Lange WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Belly Jane MacOueen, Edilor Peggy Barrefi Alice Lewis LaVerne Ginsburg Lois Parierson Virginia Glenn Mary Saranlopoulos Lois Howe Jean Thorns Helen Levy FEATURES STAFF Helen DeWalI, Ediior William Arrnslrrong LaVerne Ginsburg Jean Biggard Chrisline Grole Norma Buchanan Rulh Cox Kay Kavouras Marion Koelsch K N Vorech, Toohill, Conover, WesTermann, Me ers, Hallock. a Z, y R y H Thompson, Negley, PorTer, Pragliola, STeeb, DeWaIT, Simpson MacQueen IT was easy To Tell who was an iniTiaTe aT The Y. W. C. A. Tall membership banqueT. She was marked by blue and whiTe ribbons. LaTer, she aTTended The monThly noon assemblies planned by Rosemarye BunTing's Public ATTairs commiT- Tee To arouse her inTeresT in Pan-American aTTairs. Cn Friday aTTernoons she "elevaTed" To The TwelTTh Tloor Tor a cup oT cocoa and cookies aT The "Cocoa Jive." There, she one day meT Eunice B. King, Traveling secreTary Tor The STudenT VolunTeer MovemenT. AlThough iT boasTed a large increase in Y. W. C. A. PresidenT ......... BeTTy Jane MacQueen Vice PresidenT ........ DoroThy Thompson SecreTary ....... ...... L ouise Simpson Treasurer ............... Marie Pragliola Finance Chairman ......... Louise Negley W.S.G.A. Repres-enTaTive ..... RuTh STeeb membership, The Y. W. C. A., under eTTicienT presidenT BeTTy Jane MacQueen, did noT neglecT any phase oT The members' lives. On Monday she wenT To The Upperclass Luncheon Club planned in cooperaTion wiTh The Y. M., she Tound spiriTual inspiraTion aT The seminar led by Dr. Farmer: and she made new Triend- ships easily during The Tun oT AssociaTion NiTes. The weekly Y. W. bulleTin, a proiecT noT The publiciTy group headed by Ann Rayz, kepT her posTed on The consTanT social evenTs. Y. M. C. A. o o m Bro lcy, Bole, Foofe, Sullivan, Minno. Sheppard, Mash, Renfon, , '1 s , 'wiif l' . 'JU iff' ' ii-. 1 -V-5:-::E:.5.5:5E::::a,:...L mx , ,, I -V - .f'iHEm Q3 . ' lf, Fulf n, H Ilo an, s Capfain, Jackel Sarber, Ollis, James, Wilhelm, Page, Risco, Brefhauer, Viehman, Trembafh, Hammalcer, Dr. Franklin Sheris, Panlcuch, Shaw. Wesferman The Y.lvl.C.A. never waifs for any grass fo grow under ifs feef before sfarfing ifs year- long program, feeming wifh acfivifies. As early as July of fhis year, presidenl Bob Shaw ap- poinfed Al Holbrook as freshman camp man- ager. These fwo, wifh fheir commiffee, played hosf fo fhe largesf crowd ever fo affend fhe Freshman week-end af Camp Kon-O-Kwee. Guided by a compefenf cabinef, and aided by capable secrefaries, Bill Hammaker and l-lal Vichman, fhe Y.lVl.C.A. sfaged successful re- freafs, provided for broadening sfudy groups, conducfed an insfrucfive freshman program, Presidenf .............. Roberf M. Shaw Vice Presidenf ..... Thomas R. Wesferman Secrefary ...,......... Edwin Trembafh Council Secrefary ........ Roger S. Powell Execufive Secrefary .William L. l-lamrnaker Associafe Secrefary. . .l-larold l-l. Viehman and climaxed fhis full year wifh a highly-enfer- faining fafher and son banguef. On several occasions, fhe Y.W.C.A. joined wifh fhe men fo promofe inferesfing programs on associafion nighfs. Togefher wifh l-lulda Tully, campus chairman, Chuck Vafes and Paul Spray direcfed a campus-wide campaign fo assisf sfudenfs in war-forn foreign counfries. From fhe service sfandpoinf, fhis coopera- fion proiecf, fhe World Sfudenf Service Fund, was fhe oufsfanding achievemenf of fhe or- ganizafion. Werllxin, Hansen, Jalle Benowilz, Kaplan, Fauers Saranlopoulos, DeDonis, Becker, Pallerson, Bailey Zeediclc, Hornbeclc, Krowich, Marcuson, Rosen Women's Speech Associalion's I94I aclivi- lies under lhe chairman, Freda Jalle, resolved aboul lhe queslions ol increasing lhe powers ol lhe Federal governmenl and Weslern Hemisphere delense. Their weekly meelings concerning lhis program look lhe lorm ol luncheons, discussions, and occasional business sessions. Al a Soulh American dinner in Jan- uary, W.S.A. had as ils guesls men and women represenlalives lrom all cily college debale leams. The dinner was lollowed by a panel dis- Womenis Speech Association Presidenl ...... .... F reda Jalle Vice Presidenl .... ......., B elly Bailey Secrelary ................. Eunice Rosen W.S.G.A. Rep. ...... Jeanine Slephenson cussion led by Eslher Marcuson, wilh Elizabelh Krowich represenling lhe Pill group. Lale in March, lour girls lrom McMurray College were inviled lo debale on lhe polenl gueslions ol America "Union, Now." A dinner in lhe King Edward preceded lhe debale. Several limes during lhe year, exlension chairman Joyce l-lansen arranged lor lhe group lo ap- pear in debales, panels, and lorums belore civic, high school, and college audiences. Oil and Gas ssociation Fox, Denny, Ferrell, Abel. Pollard, Wiichlco, Davies, Panyiiy, Williams, Wiiherspoon Haier, Freehling, Burlci, Raslrin. Nee, Davidson., Sfeele, Bagley, Cuiler Rodgers, Denman, Redmond, Palino, Demmler, Slein, Loden, Cosgrove, Weiss Roe, Elder, Andreen, Bennefi, Anihony, Shiring, Aukerman, Carorhers, Chapman, Presidem, Jackson, Arnold ....lvan Bieleik Rilz, Dickinson, Renfon, Spence. Sekela, Norlon, Padolslci, Kallenberger, Easrwood. Vice Presideni, . . t g H I 'Ralph Moriron Dr. Sherrill, Bielek The Oil and Gas Associaiion began il's year by raking parjr in Jrhe weekly seminar of Jrhe Peiroleum Engineers and Peiroleum Geolo- gisis. While having Jrheir usual fun in inrramural sporis, ar picnics and dances, The boys were looking forward ro The annual session of lhe American Pelroleum lnsriiuie, which rhis year held Hs meelring in Pirrsburgh. Classes were Secrerary-Treasurer. . ..... Jack Eas+wood Aihleiic Chairmen. . . ..... Siephen Pollard Lawrence Spence dismissed for ihe Associalion so Jrhai They could airend Jrhe meeiings en masse. Led by Presideni Cy Bieleili, ihe organiza- iion plans provide privare ruroring for Hs mem- bers. Anoiher innovaiion ihey have planned is a friendship-making, srudy-helping group of conferences beiween sludenlrs and deparimeni heads. l 1 Malera, Donahue, Wiegand, W. Lohmeyer l-lelbling, Quinn, Buckley, Conner, Slreever, P. Lohmeyer Garver, LaSpada, Hanlon, Maloney, Scolfi Delopilro, Hansberry, Geisel, Tablac, Ellis, Buechle Filzgerald, Dumm, Downs "To help promole lhe spirilual and social wellare ol Calholic men and women on cam- pus," is lhe aim ol lhe Newman Club. Calholic sludenls lrom Pill, Tech, Duquesne, Mounl Mercy, and P.C.W. compose lhe membership ol lhe local chapler, lhe only inlercollegiale group among lwo hundred and lilly college chaplers ol lhe Nalional Newman Club Fed- eralion. One ol lhe lew exclusive Pill allairs was a leslimonial dinner in l-leinz l-louse on March I8, honoring Falher Paul J. Rock, club chaplain. The banquel commillee, Jean l-lanlon, chair- man, Rulh Dumm and James Dugan, arranged NCWITIBII Presidenl .... Frank J. Sweeney llfluquesnel Vice Presidenl.William Rodgers lDuquesnel Secrelary .........,... Rulh Dumm lPilll Treasurer ........ William Filzgerald lPilll an enlerlaining program ol games and danc- ing, and laler, loaslmasler William Filzgerald inlroduced Dean O'Connell as guesl speaker. Leading social ol lhe year was "lhe lnlercol- legiale Ball wilh James Dimel and Charlolle l-larris leading lhe lormal dance al lhe l-lolel Schenley on January lO. l-lere, lhree hundred and lilly couples danced lo Dick Slabile's music. To while away leisure hours, Newmaniles congregale in Falher Roclc's ollice. There, Paul Lohmeyer and Vince lvialera ollen lead discus- sions ol Universily allairs. Robie, Tablac, Seyler, Lomas, Umsle, Richards, De Marco, Rosen, Banks Rd B l d'Z'k'dSll' o gers, yer, car i, is in , u ivan TournamenTs and Travel Te-aTure The liTe oT a debaTer. ln FosTer Memorial lasT Tall, universiTy debaTers demonsTraTed Their arT beTore TorTy- Tive WesTern Pennsylvania high schools, and in December, They played hosT To 400 high-school debaTers and coaches in Their selT-sponsored, non-decision TournamenT. Early in April, pros and cons vibraTed Through The TirsT Three Tloors oT The CaThedral as represenTaTives oT approx- ima+ely TwenTy easTern chapTers OT DelTa Sigma Rho, naTional honorary speech socieTy, Took Men's Debating Manager ................ Fred S. Robie Manager oT l-ligh School RelaTions .... Rodgers Freshman Manager ........... Fred RoTh DirecTor ............. Charles W. Lomas Freshman DirecTor.. .... Ray l-l. Umble parT in an inviTaTional decision TournamenT. On The Tour-day Pennsylvania Trip The var- siTy men debaTed aT The UniversiTy of WesTern Maryland, Dickinson, and Bucknell. Including This 500 miles, The l50O mile convenTion Trip, and an addiTional 250 mile barnsTorming Tour To WesTern Reserve and TourOhio high schools, Their mileage read 2250 miles-slighTly less Than The disTance Trom PiTTslourgh To San Fran- cisco. The debaTers surely wenT places This year ..... l Slevenson, McAdams, Schofield, Manning, Page Herron, McDaniel, Davidson, lclock Making nighl inlo day is nol a hard iob lor lhe energelic members ol lhe Evening Slu- denls Associalion. Their lile begins al 4:30 P.M. ll is lhen lhal lhis sell-governing unil ar- ranges social allairs, laps lo honorary and so- cial lralernilies, publishes lhe Pill Evening News, and in general, cooperales wilh lhe ad- minislralion and lacully in sludenl mallers. Yearly, men and women who have shown ex- ceplional abilily in commerce are lapped lo one or more ol lhe lollowing honoraries, Alpha Kappa Psi, Della Mu Della, or Phi Chi Thela. Sigma Bela Sigma is open lo engineering slu- Evening School Association Presidenl ............. Jerome l-lock, Jr. Vice Presidenl .......... Elizabelh l-lerron Secrelary ..... ......... A llred Page Treasurer . . . ..... Mercy Davidson denls. The local chapler ol lhe American ln- slilule ol Banking annually laps sludenls em- ployed in banking, and Phi Della Gamma is open lo all graduale women. Social lralernilies include Kedems, Pill Women's Club, Phi Thela Phi, and Alpha Kappa Alpha. An exlensive so- cial program includes open houses in lhe Com- mons Room, a lormal dinner dance, skaling, bridge, and holiday parlies. The Pill Evening News, ollicial publicalion ol lhe evening classes ediled by Irene Kukura, keeps lhe evening sludenls inlormed on whal goes on in lhe Associalion. Dental Student Council Schaab, l-lardiman, Knapp, SpecTor, l-laudenshield, Ackerman, DeuTsch, Grossbard, STolper Leonard, Barfaqlia, Cohen, Murray ' Johnson, Mallamo, German, Balsam PFGSlCl6rTl' ...... ...... J . Bcllldqlio Vice PresidenT .... Abraham Cohen SecreTary .... ..... W . E. Murray Treasurer ..... Leo J. Leonard Organized and TuncTioning on The same principles oT sTudenT-TaculTy cooperaTion, The D.S.C. is The S.F.A. oT The School oi DenTisTry. IT serves as The chieT conTacT beTween The Two groups in a social as well as an adminisTraTive sense. The STudenT Council assembly consisTs oT The class oTTicers and one represenTaTive Tor each TiTTy sTudenTs. ITS monThly meeTings are presided over by James BaTTaglia and Leo Leonard. AcTiviTies oT The group are noT conTined To Tormal business meeTings, however. One of The mosT anTicipaTed evenTs on The social program is The annual STudenT Council dance. AT This year's aTFair, February I3, in The l-loTel Roose- velT, AI Andrews and his orchesTra enTerTained The DenTs and Their guesTs. Al was a Tamiliar Tigure aT DenTal gaTherings, social and aca- demic. For in his OTF-momenTs Trom The band- sTand, he relinquished his proiessional name and became plain George Luccy, DenTal '42, exchanging his swing scores Tor an odonTology TexT. Co-Chairman .. ..... BeTTy Sapp Sapp, Brink, Harris, Zarman, Bowen. SchuTTe, Frankovich, Glenn, STephenson. Mc- - Candliss Trovaioli Blll Modem Mash, MorTon, Cooke, Sonnemfeld Annually some 600 enThusiasTic TooTball Tans sign up Tor The DemonsTraTions Block To help cheer The home Team on To vicTory. This year, under co-chairmen BeTTy Sapp and Bill MorTon They Twirled blue and gold capes and waved colored papers To make some specTacular Tor- maTions. During The Carnegie Tech game They wenT paTrioTic and Tormed The American Tlag. AlTernaTe rows held up red and whiTe cards, and a group in The corner waved whiTe sTars on Il5 a blue background. Again, They gave The visiT- ing Team someThing To wriTe home abouT when They Tormed a NiTTany Lion Tor The Penn STa- Ters. Revolving "P's" and brillianT yellow Pan- Thers were a parT oT every game. Various col- ored Tacks and painTed seaTs enabled The members oT The block To geT inTo posiTion aT The given signal Trom BeTTy Sapp. The TooTball season Tor DemonsTraTions Block leaders ended wiTh a bangueT in The CaThedral Mansions. Demonstration Bloclc Shefller, BuenTe, Cox, Caldwell, Campbell, Davis, Sullivan, Brady, Hughes Boozell, Munroe, BloTTer, Tediclc, l-lelTgoTT, Franl:oviTch Anxious To promoTe walleT-saving social ac- TiviTies and cooperaTion Tor a uniTed school spiriT, Gene Tedick and The College Associa- Tion moTToed "OT The sTudenTs, by The sTu- denTs, and Tor The sTudenTs." For The TirsT Time since The Tounding oT The organizaTion, a permanenT oTTice was provided in 828 CaThedral. l-lere MaTilda l-lelTgoTT Tiled records oT experiences and problems Tor refer- ence by TuTure CA members. AnoTher innovaTion was The inTroducTion oT sTanding commiTTees wiTh permanenT chairmen. Thus John l-lughes handled publiciTy and made PresidenT ....... ........ G ene Tediclc Vice PresidenT ........ Richard Franlcovich SecreTary ...... ..... M aTilda l-lelTgoTT Treasurer.. .... MaTThew Marshall The campus C.A. conscious. Rudy JanaTa acT- ed as social chairman, making plans Tor The ever-increasing C.A. aTTairs. A "geT-acquainTed" Treshman Tea dance, a pep rally during The C.A. lcick-OTT dance, a non-corsage auTumn Tormal, and a "Spring Spree" Tea dance, swelled The STudenT Loan Fund and made plenTy oT worlc Tor The Treas- urer, MaTT Marshall. As The year drew To a close, The C.A. seT plans Tor reorganizaTion under l-lelen BuenTe's consTiTuTional revision commiTTee. College Association Because oT The demand Tor college Trained men and women in reTailing, Bureau gradu- aTes are usually snapped up beTore graduaTion, have more Than an even chance oT landing in The sorT oT sTore worlc ThaT inTeresTs Them mosT. PiTTsburgh deparTmenT sTores become a work- ing laboraTory Tor sTudenTs gaThered Trom SmiTh and SweeTbriar, Thiel and Texas, lvliami and lvlinnesoTa,-colleges and universiTies Trom l-lolyoke To VanderbilT, Trom Duke To NorThwesTern. ReTail Training is a one-year vocaTional course wi+h a personaliTy- all oT iTs own. Much oT The sTudy acTually goes on in PiTTsburgh's downTown oleparTmenT sTores, and includes a Tull Time sTore supervisory posiTion during The ChrisTmas rush. Three days a week The sTudenT spends in class, Two days in a local sTore, and one in research carried on Tor The beneTiT oT The Bureau's member sTores. AT The end oT The year, The sTudenT has accumulaTecl pracTical knowledge and experience in all phases oT de- parTmenT sTore liTe. Three days a week The sTudenT spends in class Two days in a local sTore, And one in research. Winogradof, Woods, Rofh, Kauffman, H. Cohen, Lee, Valz, Luiz, Burns, l-losmer Mitchell, Crawford, Whirrermorfe, Saul, Rine, John Haskell, B. Rofh b Woloviiz, Follansbee, Woodwell, Bowman, McKay, l-lazelline, McDonald Sapper, Fair, Schuppener, Greenberger, Sissman Slump. M. Cohen, Porrer, Minor, Mclvleelrin, Renlon, Elmer Bureau of Retail Training ' The nineleenlh floor, wilh Irs alrnosphere of handsome modern decorarions, houses PiH's Relail Bureau, Jrraininq ground for one of The mosr pracrical and irnporranl fields in modern educalion-Rerail Training. H is a far cry from Jrhe classic American "general s+ore" To The business of modern rerailinqg-merchandising, personnel nnanagemenl, conlrol, srore opera- lion, and adverlising. ln slep wilh 'lhe Tempo of modern life, Jrhe Bureau is one of Jrhree such graduare schools in lhe counlry. Bishop Brown H2 Presidenl ............. Mary Rulh l-losey Vice Presidenlr ..... ...... N adine Dean M R Th l-l ary U Osey Secrelary ....... ........ J ean Brink This year, under The guidance of Mary Rulh l-losey, W.S.G.A. has been parlicularly aclive. The social commillee, in charge of Belly Toddie, opened The lwelflh floor lo men. This monihly open-house, complele wilh dancing, bridge, and refreshmenlrs, was mosl successful. For Jrhe more serious minded, Senior Courl, wilh l-larriel Glasser as Chief Juslice, again sponsored Dr. Bowman's Tireside chals. Olh- er proiecls of W.S.G.A. included Dorolhy OrniJrz's employmenl clinic series, Ann Rayz's aclivilies commillee isurvey, and The unil work of freshman women, direcled by vice- presidenl Nadine Dean. Treasurer. . ..... Elizabelh Fosler SENIOR COURT H y Ulrich, Springer, Glasser, Tully, Forman l Women's Self Government Association a z, en ser R y K T l Edgar, Wilkes, Wandrisco, Dumm, Sapp, Musser, Zarman Sll BTPTT nBb SclTmUclrTFl u ivan, uen e, a erso , ar row, UHSFO, DECO BV Gesregan, Forman, Glasser, FosTer, Brink, Dean, l-losey To'The UniversiTy oT PiTTsburgh come some 3IOO women-To iTs undergraduaTe, grad- uaTe, and evening schools. The big iob oT The TwelTTh Tloor adminisTraTion is To blend These girls oT widely diTierenT backgrounds, belieTs, naTionaliTies, religions, inTo a harmonious uniT. V To accomplish This, an organizaTion called Women's Self-GovernmenT AssociaTion was seT up TwenTy-nine years ago. TheoreTically, every woman who enTers The UniversiTy is a member of This group. AcTually iT is gov- erned by a smaller group oT elecTed women. To TaciiiTaTe iTs Tremendous Task, many commiTTees are organized and The chairmen oT These commiTTees meeT weekly or monTh- iy To discuss common problems. FuncTioning smooThly and eTliicienTly, W.S.G.A.'s com- miTTees supervise women's eiecTions, arrange sTudenT-TacuiTy meeTings, oversee class ac- TiviTies, and guide Treshman women Through The diTiicuiT TirsT year. A 5 ii il i i xi' 'Sc ll Don Pa rlce Anolher nolalion on Don Parkes presiden- lial pad concerned The need for sponsorship of a bridge club. A commillee sel lo work -organized inleresled sludenls, secured lral and sororily houses for meeling places, and planned inslruclions for beginners. For inlermediale classmen, Jim Baleman decreed Jrhe Siudenl-Facully Hobby Show. Exhibils ranged from snails, slreel-car checks, dolls, lo homemade violins and pollery. "We wanl To know you and your inlereslsf' ex- plained Jim, while slamps flullered and mini- alure Trains zoomed by. An induslrious group - lvien's Council! Presidenl ..... ....... D on Parke Vice-Presidenl' . . . .... James Baieman Secrelary-Treasurer .... lvl. Wendell Dielz Freshman Banquei Men's Council Hughes, Ludwig Evans, Baleman. Diefz Parke, Sekela, Gardner, Hill From acorns, oaks: from pennies, a Calhe- dral: from monlhly lvl.C. luncheons, service! For as Head Councilman Don Parke's salad diminishes, so unfolds plans of lenlalive proiecls. One innovalion was lhe early December lea dance. Managed by Al Ludwig in l-lolel Schenley, lhe affair, honoring The senior members of The gridiron squad. was enlhu- siaslically added lo olher proiecls lhal have become a laken-for-granled phase of cam- pus life. Versalile councilmen refuse lo be de- loured from Jrheir goal of assisling fellow sludenls: if Wendell Dielz cannol save a freshman lhe price of a necklie by supplying lhal Ogg and Ray, l-larold Byer, aller inves- 'ligaling and ludging his six-week career, may award him a golden Panlher key, lhe firsl sign of an embryonic B.lvl.O.C. Joseph RoberTs The S. F. A. NaTionaliTy Rooms commiT- Tee did iTs biT when iT Tormally dedicaTed The beauTiTul lTalian room, elevenTh in The series oT compleTed memorials. Also well supporTed by The sTudenT body was The ConcerT l-lour presenTaTion oT The FosTer l-lall guarTeT oT Indianapolis, a negro vocal group. No less a success in S. F. A. venTures was The pep rally preceding The PiTT-Missouri game and The DemonsTraTions Block, headed by BeTTy Sapp and Bill lVlorTon. Summarizing This year's acTiviTies, one is impressed by The varied program of S. F. A., a program which has made S. F. A. sTronger Than ever on campus. PresidenT ......... .... J oseph RoberTs Vice PresidenT ..... .... D avid Tuclcer SecreTary ....... .... G ene Pyle Treasurer .... .... D avid BuenTe COMMITTEE Cl-TAIRMEN Tucker, Sapp, TaiT, FooTe Student Faculty Association FooTe, Kreimer, WinTner, TaiT, Mclilwain l Robie, STauTT, Carrier, Tuclcer, RoberTs, Pyle, Buenle, Dean LanTear Lewis, l-larris, DeLeo, Shellfier "S, F. A." sTands Tor STudenT-l:aculTy Associalrion, Tor Thursday aTTernoon movies, pep rallies, conc:erTs, and elecTions ThaT sTu- denTs and TaculTy sponsor collecTively. ATTer The exciTemenT OT The annual independenTs vs. TraTerniTies campaign, The successTul can- didaTes, ThirTy in number, meT wiTh The Ten TaculTy members, and The legislaTure Thus Tormed, seT abouT discussing basic changes in The school organizaTion. The immense Task oT selecTing The heads oT The various school dances, oT Spring l:esTival TuncTions, and OT Senior Announce- menT commiTTee, was The responsibiliTy oT The AppoinTmenTs commiTTee, headed by Rae Young. The "lnTormaTion Please" as- sembly, wiTh Concellor Bowman as The in- Tormer, was arranged To give The sTudenT body and opporTuniTy To become Tamiliar wi+h The adminisTraTion's aTTiTudes and plans. ,x ii sew A . w .N 1. 4 -rv wi "F ii - .fffgg L' 4,-33,31-vE':'f5-2-1 , 4 I4 ' ,' , f ' f. ffiff 1 4 2. Sf ' A QA: E f I' gg 1A ..'C,-N 1 Q- ,f n L "' ' ' T I if -1- 1, , - ff ' +R A A. " QT A dk, H 'f i - 1 Q ' N Q ' I - 11 1 ' 1 xi H ,, 'J 'K , Q, by a- r' N ni-A . my Wifi! ' :X a g-gi. 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Execufive Commi+ +ee. lx VS 09 in BETTY JANE MacQUEEN: Moriar Board, Presidenf of Y.W.C.A., Owl. WILLIAM MCELWAIN: O.D.K., Presidenf of PHT Players, Sporfs Edifor of Pi++ News. I I-I L AL Oli FAME 1-fra 1 fifgrffuiggfse . ,J f To ' , , 'Y g", 1 'lf ' Y . 43611 b if 177 Y V V , ' --Sins' 'N' '7-WW " A Y'-7 5' . Q5 , ' ' l 'P ' ' ws Q , ,Y if 1 : f' T I V X -f SELWYN LOEB: O.D.K., Scabbard and Blade, Business Manager of Hue Owl. MARY RUTH HOSEY: Morfar Board, Presi- clen+ of W.S.G.A., Senior Court 5 :ff 'vs ff.. ' . -I . '4 , " X AY Y. Ki rf' E, pw . . gf- .V x ' L o 1 I HARRIET GLASSER: Morfar Board, W.S. Gfk., Senior Court TED KONETSKY: Capfain of Varsify Foo?- ball Jream. Zfwbt I L ALVIN GROSS: O.D.K., I. F. Ball Business Manager, Business Manager of The Panfher. GERTRUDE FOREMAN: Morfar Board. W.S.G.A., Senior Court ,. Y- -fwfr' A- 4 k ffm 'I L H by ' f M? be 'J' sn s QQ s Q-Vw' I 4 BETTY mms: Mortar Board, w.s.e.A., Presa- " , ,-,g , , , 1-f, denf of Panhellenic Council. CORTLAND BACALL: O.D.K., Scabbard and Blade, Business Manager of Pi++ News. RUGGERO ALDISERT: Presidenlr OD. Ediror of PHT News. NADINE DEAN: Morrar Board, W.S.G.A 6 ff ff' 1 I0 r 0 65 N if ' r 'P ful 1 ,H . U fx 'fgf 7 ,f gowkdpg 556, MLM Mx www jig KBQQLQAS qmWT2.8.,-Sf H L A I-Gil FAME x Bw CSGCQQQQ WWWHW WM MWWW MW 92 Qffwffwa - 51' fy , f!3a cf' Jfaqe - IQWLIVGWQ 15195 '56 0"f7 dn flI6 ll fyf 12196 1 Diff' News off f5r Defrcif fa af! .r 7' x KA A if I I P I3 4 ' . f5ur',or1Sed Geffzf runlf Foffy, 0017816 X! 6,4571 01.0 Ie pw CHARLES BARDIN-Fi'F+h Avenue High . . Alpha Zeia Omega. GERTRUDE BLUMENSCHEIN-Norih Union Township High . . Lambda Kappa Sigma. LOUIS F. BOUHICCHIO-Wes+inghouse High . . A.Ph.A. . . Class Social Com. Co-Chrm. 4. PERRY F. BOWSER-Knox High . . Kappa Psi . . V. Regen+ 3, 4 . . A.Ph.A. J. ROBERT CATHCART-Easf Fallowiield High . . A.Ph.A., Treas. 4. THELMA L. COLEMAN-Souih Hills High . . Lambda Kappa Ep- sion, V. Pres. 3 . . Class Treas. 43 Class Sec. 2. SAM P. CONTE- Peabody High . . A.Ph.A. I-4. ROBERT D. CRAMER-Indiana High. HELEN L. DAVIS-Craffon High . . Lambda Kappa Sigma, V. Pres. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Commission 4 . . Journal Staff 4. SARA L. ECKBERT-Coalpori-Irvona High . . Lambda Kappa Ep- silon. WILLIAM R. FLEMING- MI. Lebanon High . . Kappa Psi, Regeni- 4 . . A.Ph.A. . . Class Pres. 4. GEORGE B. GREENLEE, JR.- Mary PoHer Memorial High . . Class V. Pres. 4. WILLIAM STEPHEN HAECKLER--Ceniral Caiholic High . . Kappa Psi, Sec. I-4 . . Collembolae . . A.Ph.A. . . Class Sec. 4. CHARLES R. HALEY--McKeesporI' High . . Kappa Psi . . A.Ph.A. . . Class Social Com. Co-Chrm. 4 . . Class Sec. 4. FRANKLIN HURL-Duquesne High . . A.Ph.A. 3, 4. RAYMOND J. KLAVON-Ceniral Catholic High . . Phi Kappa. FRED L. KOVACS-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Epsilon Pi. VINCENT P. LOEBIG-S+. Fidelis High. REINHARDT D. LEVY-Fifih Avenue High . . Alpha Zefa Omega. O DOMINIC M. MAIETTA-Vandergrifi' High . . Kappa Psi . . A. Ph.A. NELLE MARCHUK-Har-Brack High. LESTER E. McGEARY-New Kghsihgmh High. MILTON E. MERSKY-Fif+h Av-.hug High . . Alpha zap omega. ROBERTA M. IVIURTLAND-Tarenium High . . Lambda Kappa Sigma. HOWARD C. MUSE-McKeespor'r High . . A.Ph.A. DONALD E. PATTERSON-JeanneHe High . . Kappa Psi . . A. Ph.A. DAVID PERELMAN- Peabody High . . Alpha Zeia Omega, Pres. 4 . . A.Ph.A., Pres. 4. SEYMOUR M. PERLUT-Taylor Allderdice High . . Theia Sigma Chl. MILTON S. REICH -Taylor Allderdice High . . Alpha Zeia Omega. EDWARD R. ROBYAK- McKees Rocks High . . A.Ph.A. RALPH 6. ROSS-Vandergriff High . . Kappa Psi, Chaplain 3, 4 . . A.Ph.A. I-4. ROBERT E. RUTTER-Unioniown High. - 5 524' I 'L if 5 .sf ggi JAMES R. RYALL-efgghspurgpljgiiii I A. 1 W y . .... ,, IAQ 111 '14-' -'xv 31' in ,MEL I -I hh A gf . .I - . . .J ,E .-We , -ni ...gg ' Z-. s .zgwii THOMAS B. SANDERS yly . Z Q L V . " ' ' E51 :,.4.g:: E ,f s . AUGUST F- 5. DE FHEQ? , ' - . ' SHERMAL , 3?.Hg , ER :Avghug Hi ' .fiA.Ph.A. quyu -L gif HENRY .E-glfgg lxygmjsmitu - :NI 1. , xy .,,' - ,yi IRVING MJ ioLQ,ENsEReJPE1Sff3' I' 'Hi h qffhi h I Debafin ' - - 5 IB -., - I 2-If gf.. g- , lE,!,E:,,1... ' f GEORGE B. TI'IOIVI' , .IIi . Ewa shy . p hfg 3ggg1'f""'ff'iWHH .. ' A fyihf'-iii. I .1 - E' I I." I I. I :IT JOHN P. wilish--iyToron, ' ,i , j " i FRANK W. I f . 'i-"4 ' 'lip-hiss ' Charles Bardin Gerlrude Blumenschein Louis Boahicchio Perry Bowser J. Roberf Calhcarf Thelma Coleman Sam Conle Roberf Cramer Helen Davis Sara Eckberf William Fleming George Greenlee, Jr. William Haeckler Charles Haley Franklin Hurl Raymond Klavon Fred Kovacs Vincenl Loebig Reinhard? Levy Dominic Maiefla Nellie Marchuk Lesfer McGeary Millon Mersky Roberia Murfland Howard Muse Donald Palferson David Perelman Seymour Perlul Milfon Reich Edward Robyak Ralph Ross Roberi Rulfer James Ryall Thomas Sanders Augusf Schilling Sherman Shenker Henry Solodar Irving Sfolzenberg George Thompson John Welsh Frank Zober c PHILIP E. NEFF-Souih Hills High . . Phi Delia Thela. THEODORE J. ONDOCSIN-Homesiead High. DOROTHY E. ORNITZ--Taylor Allderdice High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Cor. Sec. 4 . . Senior Menfor . . W.S. G.A. Employmenf Guidance Com. Chrm. 43 Freshman Career Guides Chrm. 3 . . Class Publiciiy Com. 2 . . W.A.A. 4 . . A.l.E.E. 3, 4 . . Engineering Assoc. 2-4. JOSEPH M. PADOLSKY-Schenley High . . Sigma Gamma Ep- silon . . A.I.M.M.E. PAUL J. PAPANEK- Bridgeville High . . Sigma Tau . . Pi Tau Sig- ma, Cor. Sec. 3, 4 . . Pi'H' Rifles . . Engineering Class Sec. 33 Pres. 4. ROBERT O. PARKER-Millvale High . . Scabbard and Blade . . Orchesira I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. I . . A.I.E.E. 3, 4 . . Engineering Assoc. I-4. RALPH PARKMAN-Erie Academy . . Sigma Tau . . Delia Kappa. GEORGE PAVUK-Eina High . . A.l.Ch.E. I-4 . . Engineering Assoc. I-4. WILLIAM E. FOGUE-Trafford High. JOSEPH A. POMMERSHEIM-Franklin Township High . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Scabbarcl and Blade . . Baseball 2-4. WALLACE S. PORTER-Peabody High . . Orchesira I . . Infra- mural Aihlelics I-4. ROGER POWELL-Camp Hill High . . Phi Eia Sigma. EARL L. PRESSEL-Hollidaysburg High . . Phi Gamma Delia . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . Eooiball I-4. WILLIAM L. PRICE-Oalcmoni High . . Sigma Tau. JOHN PROVEN -McKees Roclrs High. JAMES F. OUINN -Alleniown Ceniral Calholic High . . Eia Kappa Nu, V. Pres. 4 . . Scabbard and Blade, Treas. 4 . . Newman Club I-4 . . A.I.E.E. 3, 4, Sec. 4 . . Engineering Assoc. WILLIAM Y. RIAL-Williinsburg High . . Druids . . Undergradua+e Cap and Gown Club . . Cap and Gown I, 3 . . Y.M.C.A. Cab- inei I-4 . . Baslieiball Ass'+ Mgr. I-33 Mgr. 4. PAUL A. RICHARDSON-Turile Creek High . . Sigma Tau . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Scabbard and Blade . . Engineering Class Pres. 2 . . Engineering Assoc. 4. GOODMAN E. ROSENFIELD-Taylor Allderdice High . . A.S.M.E. 4 . . Inlramural Aihleiics I-4. ROBERT E. RYAN-Oil Ciiy High . . Phi Kappa . . Newman Club I, 2 . . Piii Players I-4 . . Cap and Gown 2-4 . . S.A.M. 3, 4 . . Spring Fesiival 3, 4 . . Iniramural Aihleiics I-4 . . Soph Hop . . Junior Prom. ROBERT M. SCHUTTE-Erie Sirong Vinceni High . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Baseball 3. 4 . . Iniramural Aihlelics 3, 4. GEORGE E. SENOR-Clairion High . . Sigma Tau . . A.S.C.E., V. Pres. 4. . xt: 0 l WILLIAM R. SHAFFER-Soulh High . . Sigma Tau. CHARLES H. SHANK-Mounl Joy High . . Y.M.C.A. I-4, Coun- cil 3. 4 . . Inframural Aihlelics, A.E.-M.E., Mgr. 3, 4. HARVEY G. SKINNER-Ceniral High . . Phi Delia Thela . . A.S. M.E., Convenfion Chrm. 4 . . Engineering Assoc. 3, 41 Treas. 3, 4: Dance Chrm. 4 . . Glee Club I, 2 . . Cap and Gown 2 . . Demonsiraiion Blocli I-4. JAMES T. SMITH --Sunbury High . . Phi Delia Thela, V. Pres. 3 . . l.F. Council 3 . . PiH News 4 . . A.S.M.E. 2-4 . . Demonsira- iion Block 3, 4 . . Fencing Club 4 . . Iniramural Alhleiics I-4 . . Junior Prom. WILLIAM P. SMITH-Mi. Lebanon High . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec. 3 . . Sigma Pi Sigma, V. Pres. 4 . . Efa Kappa Nu, Pres. 4 . . Sigma Tau . . Phi Eia Sigma . . Engineering Assoc. Cabinei 3, .4 LARRY SPENCE-Oliver High . . Glee Club I . . Boxing I. DONALD R. SPOTZ-Ferndale High . . Johnsiown Cenier Transfer . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Demonsfraiion Bloclc 3. RICHARD K. STEELE-Taylor Allderdice High . . Sigma Tau. ROBERT M. STUCHELL-Weslinghouse High . . Sigma Tau, V. Pres. 3, 4 . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . School of Mines Cabinel 3, 4. ROBERT G. THOMPSON-Oliver High . . Y.IvI.C.A. I, 2 . . Pan- 'fher 2-4 . . Cap and Gown I. JOHN P. TODD-Beaver High. WILLIAM F. TRIMBLE-Bellevue High . . Delia Tau Delia. THOMAS TROCKI -Erie Academy . . Sigma Tau. LEE M. TROWBRIDGE-Lairobe High . . Sigma Tau . . Upper- classmen Counselor . . Iniramural A+hIe'rics . . Tennis I. H. HOWARD UPDEGRAFF-New Casile High . . Phi Gamma Del+a . . PHI Rifles . . S.A.M. 4 . . Baseball 2-4 . . lniramural Aihleiics 2-4. JoHN P. VILLING-Builer High . . A.i.ch.E. 1,4 . . Newman Club . . Engineering Assoc. -,.f it fu' if PAUL L. VISSAT-Bridgeville-Q-iigh sga3.ip , jifyes..: . . scsbbsrd and Blade .ziL2iPPa++ ,.- R.o.r.c. Marci 4 . . A.g5i?.gE3,,,3,,,4iiQ,j.g. Pai' a 5QAg.9g,1,j JAMES H. F. GRAY w.gLLl2R -ffi9is4Tori?P.Q5IQi5j,efd.ii """"'r" ' ' ' Band I .EfD"fiidusI'ri.g,I En:gi?i5eLs Pi hi ," , -... z' f .. ' . .- r SAMUEL A. .,.,, .I Aihlehcs 2-4. in .F j -... , , PAUL A. wiri-i.i5.ig5Poorgf.g.r5'55i,ffP2iriii -+.. . . Sigma Tau C'-amass.-QP . - P FA- I . , sg- aria Praauafiqqmgyfv. Piii Pgla ers l ,,., i'-l f ! -'T I P - 1' .-..,. T "I'iib4:ime3i'Awssoc. . fig' a " , , .f ,..i 1 ,.. .v rsffy A ff-uni P. j- .-" 4' 1:3 bg . . . Q. ii' . Philip Neff Theodore Ondocsin Doroihy Orniiz Joseph Padolsky Paul Papanek Roberl Parker Ralph Parkman George Pavuk William Pcgue Joseph Pommersheim Wallace Poi-'fer Roger Powell Earl Pressel William Price John Proven James Quinn William Rial Paul Richardson Goodman Rosenfield Robert Ryan Roberi Schufie George Senor William Shaffer Charles Shank Harvey Skinner James Smifh William Smifh Larry Spence Donald Spofz Richard Sfeele Roberi Sluchell Roberf Thompson John Todd William Trimble Thomas Trocki Lee Trowbridge vi' H Howard Updegraff John Vulllng Paul Vissal' James Weber F Weller Samuel Wilkinson Paul Wilherspoon Ax, O I I E 1452 MARK A. GOLIK-McKees Rocks High . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Sigma Tau . . Orchesira 3 . . Mines Assoc. I-3. ROBERT GOODWIN-Phi Delia Theia . . S.F.A. 3 . . S.A.M. NATHAN M. GOUN-Schenley High . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . Y.M.H.A. Sfudenf Council 2-4, Pres. 4 . . A.l.Ch.E. I-4. THOMAS L. GRAF-Collier High . . Sigma Tau. GLENN W. GRUBB--Johnslown Ceniral High . . Johnsi-own Cen- fer Transfer . . lnframural Afhlefics . . A.R.B.A. . . A.S.C.A. PAUL A. HALPINE- Peabody High . . A.s.M.E. ANDREW e. HAYDU-Braddock High. E. ALLEN HOLBROOK-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Gamma Delia, Treas. 4 . . Omicron Delfa Kappa . . Upperclassmen Counselor . . Freshman Camp Mgr. 3, 4 . . Paniher Club, V. Pres. . . Y.M.C.A. 2, 3 . . Engineering Assoc., V. Pres. 4 . . I.F. Council . . Owl . . Demonsfralion Block Com. 2-4 . . Base- ball I-4. LESLIE HOLT-Shadyside Academy . . Delia Tau Delia . . Phi Tau Epsilon, V. Pres. 4 . , Phi Efa Sigma, V. Pres. I . . Track I . . Eoofball I-3 . . Baseball 3. WALTER O. HOWARTH-Brenfwood High . . Pi Tau Phi, Pres. 4 . . Scabbard and Blade . . Piff Rifles 2 . . Senior Counselor . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4, V. Chrm. 4 . . Band I-4. JOSEPH D. HULL-Souih Hills High . . A.S.M.E. WILLIAM H. HUMES-Aspinwall High . . Sigma Alpha Epf?lon . Glee Club I, 2, 4. KENNETH M. HUSLER-Beihel High . . Phi Delia Theia . . AS. M.E. 4. JOHN D. IACURTO-Alfoona High . . Alpha Phi Delia . . A.I.C.E. . . Inframural Afhlefics 4. CHARLES A. JONIC-Millvale High . . A.l.Ch.E. I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. I . . Ch. E. Pres. 3 . . Engineering Assoc I-4 . . lnframural Aihlefics I, 2, 4. OTTO C. KEBERNICK--Norwin High . . Efa Kappa Nu, Sec. 4 . . A.l.E.E., Pres. 4. RALPH P. KIMMEL-Ferndale High . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon . . A.S.M. HENRY J. KORPACZEWSKI-Chesier High . . A.l.Ch.E. I-4 . . Engineering Assoc. I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. I-4 . . Cap and Gown I, 2, 4 . . Panfher Club 4 . . Foofball Mgr. I-4, Varsify Mgr. 4. JOHN J. KOUSZ-Befhlehem High . . Pi Tau Sigma . . A.S.M.E. . . Cross Counfry 2, 3 . . Inlramural Afhlefics 3, 4. STEPHEN KOVACEVIC-Freedom High . . Sigma Tau, Cor. Sec. 3, 4 . . Efa Kappa Nu, Treas. 3, 4 . . Scabbard and Blade . . R.O.T.C., Cadef Maior . . A.l.E.E. 3, 4 . . Engineering Assoc. 2-4. CHARLES K. KRANE-S.A.M. . . lnframural Afhlefics 4. JAMES H. KUNKLE-Dormonl High . . Phi Delia Thefa . . A.I. M.M.E. . . Inframural Afhleiics 4. OLIVER A. KUSSEROW-Oliver High . . Pi++ Rifles. ERNEST A. LAKATOS-Duquesne High . . Pi Tau Sigma . . A.S. M.E. 4. ALBERT H. LASDAY-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres. 4 . . Druids . . Pi++ Rifles I, 2 . . Piif News I, 2 . . Band I-4 . . Orchesfra 2-4 . . A.l.E.E. 3, 4 . . Engineering Assoc. 3, 4. JOHN J. LaVALLEY-Peabody High . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Sigma Tau . . Pilf Rifles . . School of Mines Cabinef 2-4. HAROLD R. LEWIS-M'l'. Lebanon High . . Pifl' Rifles . . Band I-4 . . Orchesfra I-4. THOMAS H. LINSLEY-Bridgeville High . . S.A.M. 4 . . Infra- mural Afhlefics 3, 4. JOHN E. LLEWELLYN-Dormonf High . . Band 3 . . Orchesfra I . . lnlramural Aihlefics I. ANNE L. LOGUE-Aspinwall High . . Befa Sigma Phi, Treas. 4 . . W.S.G.A. High School Relafions Com. 3 . . S.A.M. 3, 4, Sec. 4 . . Engineering Assoc. 3, 4. WILLIAM F. LOHNES-Warren High . . A.l.M.E. l . . A.I.Ch.E. 2-4 . . Y.M.C.A. I-3. BERNARD C. LONG-McKeespor+ High . . Sigma Tau, Treas. 4 . . Ch. E. Class Pres. I . . Inframural Afhlefics I-4. ELMER J. MAGGI-Perry High . . Piff Rifles . . A.S.C.E. 4 . . A.R.B.A., Pres. 4 . . Inframural Afhleiics I-4 . . Milifary Ball 3. ARTHUR MARIMPIETRI-Monongahela High . . Geneva College Transfer . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. J. ERNEST MARKS--Johnsfown Cenfral High . . Glee Club I-3 . . Orchesfra 2-4 . . Band 3, 4. ERNEST MASUR-Friedenauer Gymnasium . . Phi Epsilon Pi . Sigma Tau . . Orchesfra 3, 4. FRANK McCABE-Ambridge High . . Traclc I-4 . . Cross Counfry .. 1.4. 1. E .x xv ,li sl if ri E .Ji f WILLIAM P. McCABE - Aiiaon,a2FI.gQh,f..,,,f Engl-nEaf:EggA55,aa., ,ess- , 'i v E f f -Q. if 1. 'E t mei 3, 4. G .,t.,','I 1 in ' JOHN R. MEKLVEEN-TraffafgfHagh,ygg.Q, Upsilon, V. Pres. 4 . . PiHfPI'ai?ers -i-. 2 gffi A' ch. E. CI .P .- . ,,g 12:33 V. , GEORGE W., MagidRgpggiRF-i'iiigiIkangE'.f+'gg.5?.:...igB"?2i.....,Bha,..ega f, Delia . .bases . . Pm f'ii'iiiaf '--11 i . . . Panfher Club, ck V i ". s C K '- 4, fry Mgr. 2-4. "'I' A""' 'iiiiviiiil P I 'iii' A ANDREW MOSKO,gi- a,EausEne,.H,gh,.. . Aus. ' MORLEY P. MQTEIEITE.yM..g,fign-1sisweslliggiar . . A.I.M.E. . . 'I -3"'i JACK wry Sgfbbard 5.124-ai.,a,..ii.,, and . i " -"R . -ye. -gffriaw-ve-sf:sa-4:+.wx-asf,.,af:,..f5g5f51?f A ,ww in ,- A x . . 1 ,. ..,.- an-f,..,,.au::v 1,-- .., ., 5-. 5. ,- ,Erik 52:1 5133? 'P iiiifi 8' .Enn?i5,1!i2l!-,.b- it ia' VE M ...W .-Q .. .gas .: ,f.,.,,g,.,l.5 .:..-K, gg. ,E ,.'4gf.m1gf:-'-f4'5-...F Mark Golik Roberl Goodwin Nathan Goun Thomas Graf Glenn Grubb Paul Halpine Andrew Haydn E. Allen Holbrook Leslie Holf Waller Howarlh Joseph Hull William Humes Kennelh Husler John lacurfo Charles Jonic Ollo Kebernick Ralph Kimmel Henry Korpaczewski John Kousz Slephen Kovacevic Charles Krane James Kunkle Oliver Kusserow Ernest Lakafos Alberf Lasday John LaValIey Harold Lewis Thomas Linsley John Llewellyn Anne Logue William Lohnes Bernard Long Elmer Maggi Arfhur Marimpiefri J. Ernesf Marks Ernesf Masur x 'QT' Frank McCabe Wullnam McCabe John McKIveen George McLaren Andrew Mosko Morley Mullnefle Jack Mullin The ' RICHARD C. ALLEN-Johnsfown High . . Sigma Tau . . Phi Thefa Kappa, Pres. I, 2 . . S.A.M. 4 . . Men's Welfare Club I, 2 . . lnlramural Sporfs 3, 4 . . Glee Club I, 2. WILLIAM C. ALLEN--Mi. Lebanon High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Pirf Rifles . . Piff News 2, 3 . . Owl I . . Y.M.C.A. I, 2 . . Upper- classman Counsellor 2-4 . . Freshman Camp Counsellor 3, 4 . . Foofball Mgr. I . . Inframural Aihlefics 2-4 . . Freshman Dance Chrm. . . Spring Feslival l. H. MELVIN ANDERSON-Tarenfum High . . Pill' Rifles . . A.I.C.E. I-4 . . Engineering Assoc. I-4 . . Iniramural Alhlefics I-4 . . Soccer 2. WILLIAM J. ANTHONY-Wesf Philadelphia High . . Kappa Sigma. LOUIS J. BARRANTI-Carrick High . . A.l.E.E. 3, 4 . . Engineer ing Assoc. I-4. JAMES W. BATEMAN -Lawrence Parlr High . . Erie Cenfer Trans- fer . . Sigma Tau, Pres. 4 . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Siuclenf Council 2 . . Men's Council 4. CHESTER A. BEEMER, JR.-John Harris High . . Sigma Tau . . A.S.C.E. 2-41 Treas. 2: V. Pres. 33 Pres. 4 . . A.R.B.A., Pres. 3. CHARLES O. BELTZ, JR.-Soufh Hills High . A.I.E.E. 3-4 . , Engineering Assoc. I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. Eng. and Mines Club 2, 3. IVAN R. BIELEK-Munhall High . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Oil and Gas Seminar, V. Pres. 37 Pres. 4 . . Mines Cabinel 4 . . Inlramural Afhlefics 2-4. MICHAEL A. BILONICK-Conemaugh High . . Johnslown Cenfer Transfer . . A.I.E.E. 3-4 . . Engineering Assoc. I-4. WILLIAM J. BINDOR-Dormonf High . . Scabbard and Blade. GORDON BLACK-Peabody High . . Buclznell Transfer . . Kappa Sigma . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . Engineering Assoc. THOMAS L. BLOSE-Carnegie High . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Sigma Tau. FRANK N. BLUM-Johnsfown Cenfral High . . Johnsfown Cenfer Transfer . . Efa Kappa Nu . . A.I.E.E., V. Chrm. 4. CHARLES H. BODE-Mi. Lebanon High. EDWARD B. BRADEN-Washingfon High . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. THOMAS O. BRIGHAM-Peabody High . . Sigma Chi . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Panfher I, 2 . . Cap and Gown 3, 4 . . Cheerleader I, 2. G. MERCER BROWN-Swissvale High. D. ROSS BURRIER-Perry High. ROBERT A. CARBAUGH - Bellevue High. GEORGE E. CAROTHERS-Peabody High . . Y.M.C.A. I . . Band I-4. if I i DOMENIC H. CARTOLANO-Freeporf High . . Newman Club 2-4 . . A.I.Ch.E. 4 . . Chem. Eng. Class Sec. 4 . . Inframural A+h- lefics 4. PAUL R. CHANDLER, JR.-Lower Merion High . . Phi Delfa Thefa . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Tau Epsilon, V. Pres. 4. HARRY L. CORNELL-McKeespor'r High . . Phi Tau Epsilon . A.S.M.E. ROBERT E. COWAN-Bellevue High . . S.A.M., Treas. 4 . . A.S. C.E. I. GEORGE W. CUNNINGHAM-Schenley High . . Baslxefball 2 . . Baseball 3-4. GEORGE M. CUTURILO-Franklin Borough High . . S.A.M. . Inframural Afhleiics 2-3. T. EDGAR DAVIES-Dormonf High . . Washingion and Jefferson Transfer . . Phi Kappa Sigma . . Inframural A-Ihlefics. EMIL A. DeLEO--Dormonf High . . Phi Kappa . . Y.M.C.A. I . . S.A.M. . . lnframural Afhlefics. JAMES J. DUGAN-Caiasauqua High . . Scabbard and Blade . Newman Club I-4 . . A.I.E.E. 3-4 . . Engineering Afuoc. JACK C. DUNBAR-Ranlcin High . . Phi Tau Epsilon . . Baslxef- ball I. JACK L. EASTWOOD-Monongahela High . . Sigma Gamma Ep- silon, Pres. 4 . . Sigma Tau . . Scabbard and Blade . . Pilf Rifles . . Oil and Gas Sociefy, Sec.-Treas. 4. EDWARD C. EDGE-McKeesporI High . . Freshman Counsellor 4 . . Engineering Cabinef 4 . . Fifi Band I-4 . . Iniramural Alh- Iefics I-4. HARRY A. FEATHER-New Paris High. ROBERT L. FERRIS-Kenmore High . . Phi Delfa Thela, Pres. 4 . . Druids . . Sigma Tau . . Tennis I, 2. EDWARD L. FISH-Tarenfum High . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Band I-4 . . School of Mines Cabinel' 2-4: 'QI-es. 4 . . Y.M.C.A. I . . Mining Seminar -. . lg WILLIAM FLEMING - c-.nIfslf1Lca+h0Iw' '1 -im... 'MM' QQ: -2 --:. .-, f." f' -' " f-ff : - -. ' . ..,f-.- F.-,..,A A ..- - .5 .1 WILLIAM FRENCI-If Je..I.n..gIrs-j,.HIgI.--.I--.-...es,M.E4.gup Di ,,,, , .,,... . A, .3 3 ,.,.. .. ,,..,. ,-,q. ,,,,..,,,,.,.,.. ,513 .. WILLIAM H- Fiiefffiess-Iissveifew frffllifi . . Engirriierifig Ags'b5lP'2-4'-I-....W1A.'I.. '--.- 3 , v le+ics4 f"' .L it .1 5 V' WAYNE Is. ' I? EDMUND J. . sig- I-.. ma a.m,,, ..,. , ..,, . "-- s I 4 PM as MELVIN High - - Beww.4.- x-ff-SU' "-L-.arf 4 fi A. - . g., . I+ - '23--f.-... ' In I Q A -gf' 9,1 " frgffff 4'--are-Iif,..-sie..-,.,.-,,? ,',v,"?- - I .H ,,,, ,- 1 P iii 'i -I..,.,If'-L , .. , 2. . -' ,. . 'E' L f . - -. - "M I- .. ...--'sf' 2 , V sa I '11 .-In .az HMI' r. V , R ix' Richard Allen William Allen H. Anderson William Anfhony Louis Barranfi James Bafeman Chester Beemer, Jr. Charles Bellz Ivan Bielek Michael Bilonick William Binder Gordon Black ' Thomas Blose Frank Blum Charles Bode Edward Braden Thomas Brigham G. Mercer Brown D. Burrier Roberf Carbaugh George Carofhers Domenic Carlolano Paul Chandler Harry Cornell Roberf Cowan Gorge Cunningham George Culurilo T. Davies Emil DeLeo James Dugan Jack Dunbar Jack Easlwood Edward Edge Harry Fealher Robert Ferris Edward Fish William Fleming William French William Fullel' Wayne Glausser Edmund Goehring Melvin Goldsfrohm FREDERICK S. ROTH-Sewiclxley High . . Kappa Phi Kappa, Pres. 4 . . Della Sigma Rho . . Men's Debaling Assoc. I-4, Freshman Mgr. 4 . . Piikin Club 3, 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 3, 4 . . Men's Council 4 . . Paniher, Exec. Com. . . Publicafions Board 4 . . Sfaiisfics Com. 4 . . Mil.'rary Ball 2. FRANCES A. ROWELL-Llunhall High . . Kappa Alpha Theia. Treas. 4 . . Delia Della Lambda, V. Pres. 4 . . Senior Menfor . . Class Sec. 4 . . Uni'I' Advisor 3 . . W.S.G.A. Commission 3, Social Com. 3. ELSIE SCHALL- Norih Faye'He Township High . . Woosfer College Transfer . . Delia Delia Del+a . . Aciivilies Com. 4. ALFRED C. SCHNUR-Lawrence Parlc High . . Erie Cenler Trans- fer . . Alpha Kappa Delia . . Della Kappa . . Kappa Phi Kappa. JEAN J. SHARPE-Turile Creelx Union High . . Alpha Bela Gamma, Pres. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4. ROBERT M. SHAW-Peabody High . . Delia Tau Delia . . Druids . . Omicron Delia Kappa, V. Pres. . . Scabbard and Blade, Cao- 'Iain . . Piii Rifles I-4 . . Y.M.C A., Pres. 4 . . Men's Debalinc Assoc. I-3 . . Pill' Players I . . Upperclassmen Counselor 3. 4 . . I.C.G. 2, 3 . . Freshman Camp Mgr. . . Demonslralion Bloclc Leader 3, 4 . . Spring Fesiival 2-4 . . Junior Prom, Chrm. . . Soph Hop . . Freshman Dance . . Mililary Ball I-4. JEAN VIRGINIA SMITH-Turfle Creek High . . Pi'f+ Players 3, 4 . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . Panfher 3. EDITH P. SOBEL-Ranlcin High . . Delia Delia Lambda . . Debal- ing 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 4 . . Paniher 4 . . W.S.G.A. 4. MARIAN LOUISE STANTON -Wesiinghouse High . . Alpha Kappa Alpha. Soc. Chrm. 2-4 . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4, Curriculum Com. 3. RUTH E. STEEB-Wesfinghouse High . . Scabbard and Blade Co-ed Cap+ain . . R.O.T.C. Co-ed Lf. Col. . . Y.W.C.A. Z-4, Cabinei' 4 . . Piikin Club I-4, Treas. 3: V. Pres. 4 . . W.A.A. 3, 4, Cab- inel' 4 . . Physical Educalion Club 3, 4. ANNE STEFAN-Clairlon High . . Y.W.C.A. Finance Com. ITALY R. STRAIN-Peabody High . . Chi Omega. ROSEMARY A. SULLIVAN - Ursuline High . . Theia Phi Alpha . . W.S.G.A. Curriculum Com. Chrm. . . Class Social Com. 4. ALICE C. TAYLOR-Wilmingion High. BETTY JANE THATCHER-Carriclr High . . Delia Zeia, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4 . . Delia Delia Lambda . . W.S.G.A. High School Rela- fions Com. 2 . . Class His+orian 3: Class In+erclass Sing Com. 4 . . Class Pareni Relaiions Com. 4. ALMA NAOMI THOMAS- Duquesne High . . Alpha Kappa Alpha . . Women's Choral I-4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . W.A.A. 4 . . Pill' News 4 . . Employmenl' Service Com. 3, 4. DOROTHY M. THOMPSON-Soufh Hills High . . Delia Della Lambda, Sec. 4 . . Senior Menfor . . Y.W.C.A., V. Pres. 43 Treas. 3, 43 Freshman Chrm. 2 . . S.F.A. Appoinimenl' Corn. 4 . . Alfar Guild 2-4. ROBERT W. THRUBON--Erie Academy High . . Phi Gamma Delia . . In'Iramural Aihleiics . . Fooiball I-4. MIRIAM JANE TRAVIS-Schenley High . . Chi Omega, Sec. 4: Soc. Chrm. 3 . . Panhellenic, Exec. Council 41 Conference Com. Chrm. 4 . . Pi+'r Players 3. JANE HELEN ULRICH-Lock Haven High . . Zeia Tau Alpha . . Cwens, Treas. 2 . . Morfar Board, Treas. 4 . . Quax . . Uni? Advisor 3 . . Senior Couri' 4 . . W.S.G.A., Cusioms Com. 2 . . Hearf Hop 2-4 . . Soph Hop. ROSE MARIE URRARO-Wesl' Millcreeli High. ISABEL A. VALENTI-Peabody High . . Ilalian Club I-4 . . New- man Club 2-4 . . W.S.G.A. 3, 4 . . Pill' News 2-4 . . Pili Players 3, 4 . . Panlher 3, 4. JACK S. WATSON--Jeanneile High . . Piilcin Club, Treas. 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 4. RUTH B. WATSON-Willcinsburg High . . Delia Della Lambda . . Pifltin Club 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4. DORIS G WEAVER-Peabody High . . WS.G.A. Cusloms Com. 2 . . W.A.A. 2-41 Archery Chrm. 3g Soc. Chrm. 3 . . Physical Educaiion Club 3, 4, Sec. 35 Pres. 4. RAE WEINSTEIN-Schenley High . . W.S.A. 2. ,,,,, , ,H ,,,,., sz -A . i,.,.oml:?3v.gyM.1-''i:1g.m:5l,,,x,r ,,.i:.-,,...a.,.,,y, :hh 5 NIM' EVELYN E. WESTERMANN-Perry High . .. Veliadeig, Corgrseiff "" 4 . . Senior Menior . . Unil Advisor . Fghiesirg GA. Cusfoms Com. 25 Acliviiies C ig . 3: Y.W.C.A. Worship Com. Chrm. 4. . ' if 4 W. if ., ' ,eg :r --gm V 'F-, rr . - -,, 445. F , ri an" YM ,f'.., alma? 'ehsgxiff HAROLD Hugh . . . . . Delia Classmifii ciiuilisells' i News 2- 3 - - OW' 2- 3 Council 4 . . Freshma ff Publicily Ch rm. A, . A.,,, , M ,A . . M v ,. ..., ...., . .. .iufi -.g 7 93.-1:52 il' "iffy : ae. af- .e: . J I. ll iq Pg : 13,15-. 31,----' ADELE T' YORIO '14,-,Z fbriar Boaisd ,rgi,,2.Sehior,gIWer1:-g 'ag' - .2 V- .,.. - 1- .1- or Junior ililiip , I es 1 ' A 3 4 5 1' Demonsirahon ocl: I 4' Chr 3 WS G Cusioms . , .., ...bk - ---1. . A A ..i D -' 3125.55 i ' ' u . , 'aiig,,,fH:-:A L iv... In ' ' S F ,?,,,:.,,, ' '.,x:a,f+Q, Q ' f ., ' 5 ' ,Q ,fi I . . Junior Promfi i'3?':r2-254-ifiszf b- ' .gvlf .2 '.-, l4i.'.7'iiiQ'1.-rdf?"ff' eiiiiiiiii if- . 'A in I - "I 1 " 1- gg,-4n,.' ,ue .. -'ph' : V, W , -ui, . - MARY EL'ZABETPfi??A5B- -9f?df'0CIi.."li9I' . ma . . - -"Ji ' - "'W,,4r'1,f""'- if ., nf lr ,Ik ', .1 li '--li' ,AQ-11' .-., -A . E 4 1 .,-.eil '- -s Ju, ',,.,,, Q. 13545. ' :riffs Fm'f."' Sflftilz fgsnf. ' 13 4:-1, :il 31.3.3-' .rr-' ' -. gf- 1.-.iii ' A 77 ' .Lay Frederick Roth Frances Rowell Elsie Schall Alfred Schnur Jean Sharpe Robert Shaw Jean Smilh Edith Sobel Marian Slanfon Rufh Sfeeb Anne Sfefan lialy Sfrain Rosemary Sullivan Alice Taylor Belly Thalcher Alma Thomas Dorolhy Thompson Reber? Thurbon Miriam Travis Jane Ulrich Rose Urraro Isabel Valenli Jack Wafson Rulh Wafson Doris Weaver Rae Weinsfein Evelyn Wesiermann Harold Winfner Adele Yorio Mary Elizabelh Za pach 1 i 1 , LEONA LIEBERMAN-Oalcmonf High . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Treas. 3: V. Pres. 4 . . Delfa Delia Lambda . . W.S.A. 2-4 . . W.S.G.A. Tradifions Com. 4 . . Piff News 4 . . Owl 4 . . W.A.A. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Educafion for Democracy Com. 4, Parenf Relafions Com. 4. JANE M. LINTELMAN--Swissvale High . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . Piff Players I-4 . . Piflcin Club . . Class lnferclass Sing Com. 2 . . W.S.G.A. Tradifions Com. 2. ALICE S. LINTON -Schenley High . . Y.W.C.A. 2. MARY LOU LOCKE-Soufh Hills High . . Alpha Befa Gamma . . R.O.T.C. Co-ed Maior 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . Class Hisforical Com. 2, 3. LUCILLE T. LONG- Diclcenson Memorial High . . Mary Washingfon College Transfer . . Zefa Tau Alpha . . Alpha Befa Gamma . . Alpha Psi Omega . . Piff Players 3, 4 . . Women's Choral 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Tradifions Com. 4, Program Com. 4. MARJORIE A. LOWY--Foresl' Park High . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Delfa Delfa Lambda . . Class Inferclass Sing Com. I-4, Chrm. 4 . . Owl 3, 4, Sfenographic Ed. 4 . . Women's Choral 2-4, Pub- licify Com. 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . Spring Fesfival 2 . . Class Program Com. 2. PATRICIA M. LUND-Mercyhursf Seminary . . Hood College Transfer . . Defa Zefa. AUDREY M. LUTZ-Turfle Creelc Union High . . Kappa Phi . . Women's Choral 2-4. VIVIAN E. MASH-Sefon Hill Academy . . Sefon Hill College Transfer . . Delfa Delfa Lambda, Treas. 4 . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . Piff Players 2-4 . . Owl 3 . . W.A.A. 2 . . W.S.G.A., Em- ploymenf Clinic Com. 37 Tradifions Com. 4: Flag Com. 3, 4 . . Class Hisforian Com. 3 . . Hearf Hop 2. ALBERT D. MATTA--McKeesporf High . . Kappa Phi Kappa. GEORGE F. MAXTON-Willcinsburg High. BETTY MCCAUSLAND-Schenley High . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Capfain . . Delfa Delfa Lambda . . W.S.G.A. Transfer Com. 4 . . Class Social Com. 2-4. MABEL MCGIRR-McKeespor+ High . . Slippery Rock Transfer . . Alpha Befa Gamma . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . Women's Choral 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 4. ROSE MARY McGOWAN-McKeesporf High . . Thefa Phi Alpha. THOMAS MCINTOSH - Peabody High. AUDREY MCLAREN -Willrinsburg High . . Delfa Delfa Delia, Treas. 4 . . Cwens . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Pres. . . Senior Men-lor . . Class Treas. 2 . . Unif Advisor . . French Club, Pres. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Acfivifies Corn. . . Junior Prom. JANE MIDDLETON-Sfeelfon High . . Chi Omega. Soc. Chrm. 3: Rushing Chrm. 4 . . W.A.A. . . Y.W.C.A., Publicify Com. 4. SAMUEL MILANOVITCH-Aliquippa High . . Panfher Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4 . . Baslcefball 2-4 . . Inframural Afhlefics 3, 4. HELEN J. MONDAY-Conemaugh High . . Johnsfown Cenfer Transfer. EDITH 6. MORGAN--Nanficolce High. MARY S. MORRIS-Allegheny High . . Delia Delia Lambda . . W.A.A. 2-4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . P.B.I. RUBY E. MORRIS-Apollo High . . Knoxville College Transfer . . Alpha Kappa Alpha . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . French Club 3, 4 . . Women's Choral 3, 4 . . Piff Panfher 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. HELEN M. MYERS-Beaver High . . Grove Cify College Transfer Delfa Delfa Lambda . . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A. 4 . . Pilf Players 2. NANCY E. MYERS-Sharon High. LUCILE N. PEARSALL-Norwin High . . Clarion College Transfer . . Chi Omega . . Alpha Befa Gamma . . Piflcin . . Y.W.C.A. . . W.A.A. . . Women's Choral, Double Ocfeffe . . Piff Players. SARA JEAN PITCAIRN-Efna High . . Delfa Delfa Lambda . . W.S.G.A. 2-4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . Pifkin Club. RHODA M. PLUMMER-Swissvale High . . Kappa Alpha Thefa, Pres. 4 . . Delfa Delfa Lambda . . R.O.T.C. Co-ed Capfain 4 . . Class Social Com. 3 . . W.S.G.A. Housing Board 3. JANE POJNAR-Turfle Creek High . . Delfa Delfa Lambda, Pres. 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 . . Piff Players 2-4 . . Women's Choral 2-4. JOHN S. PORTELLA-Sfowe High . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Delia Delfa Lambda . . Ifalian Club I-4 . . Wresfling I. FELICE E. PRISE-Taylor Allderclice High . . Phi Sigma Sigma. Soc. Chrm. 3 . . Delfa Delfa Lambda . . Pi++ Players 2, 3 . . W.A.A. 3, 4 . . W.S.A. 2, 3 . . W.S.G.A. Transfer Com. 2 . . S.F.A. Concerf Hour Com. 3 . . Class Social Com. 4. LOISBELLE PRYOR-Wlllrinsburg High . . zefa Tau Alpha . . Cwens . . Morfar Board . . Senior Menfor 4 . . W.A.A., Publicify Chrm. 23 Swimming Chrm. 3 . . Unif Advisor 3. JENNIE RANII-Aspinwall High . . lfalian Club 2-4, Treas. 3, 4 . . Class Social Com. 3, 4 . . Employmenf Clinic Com. 4. ANN M. RAYZ-Beaver Falls High . . Xylon . . Delfa Delfa Lamb- da . . Senior Menfor . . Owl, Liferary Ed. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . W.S.G.A. Acfivifies Com. Chrm. 4 . . Class lnferclass Sing Com. 2, 3. ELISABETH A. REAGAN-Charleroi High. OLIVE A. REITZ-Soufh High . . Befa Sigma Omicron, Sec. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. Cabinei' 2-4 . . Piff News 2 . . W.S.G.A. 3. JOSEPH R. RETTINGER-Ashland High . . Foofball I-4 . . Base- ball 4. LIDA B. REUTER- Pomeroy High. MARJORIE JOANN RIDDLE-- Perry High, 'V . a.934Delfa Soc. Chrm. 3: Hisforian 4 . . Delfa 7-lla ' 3'i'f'2f"'YiIVY1ml.,1 Cabinef 2, 3 . . Women's Choral 2- Publicify Chrm. 356, Com. 4 . . Class Publicify Com. Ig -Al ii" -.. . . W.S.G.A., Acfivifies Com. 4 .myfljeih r Z: Class lnferclass ,Sing 5Com. 2, isffigfi ff. ,. .1' fr-.sf -lm 'P " "WU" ' HOP 412 DOROTHPLP' High . .. . . D6l+S Dena Lsnabaa .jj-,Qw.sge.A. eaazs1.g.Q9a+,s:2:g.s1aa5leafs., 1,5 Com- 3 - . SM- Dance. -4 .,., ,,... .. ,. A A RUTH ROBERTS - Bren .I '-.5 5, R' Dsl!-S' Zee., Cwensv.-.---:- Alpha Befa Gailr2,'g,1,x,ai,,.!'. b,?J Q' ,,M Ciom. gh Com. 4.5. FRED s. Rosie-A2,s.515ji5ii ,Qsi: "" i P Driids Defa Sigma RIQEFS ME P E a ng 4 Mg 4 Puff News 4 Puff News 'Exec Com Puff ayers 4 l ' 144,36 I' I- , fions Board. Chrm.4. fi" af ---. Negazas-W" - " ' -1P2iL?::,.-i""" :Hz..."'i ql':'iQf"' lj, , H ".- . , .-" Vip,-.,,,.z-5',1,5.,v.,5 Eunice H. RgsfEN,5gjIg3g5.,.-ggrgh . . f:i,.1.:?....1g.i-p,ps3..neit..---.. A. 2 . . QL-as',.ns1.a.2rfvi1Q1w- 2- L -- .1 .-1 -wi -1' ,- M. , rf i .f N ,jf ' Aifiiie 'j1f".QI36r-v ifiilri f'12:f'5 iii .Xl W-. My Hg, hp gy. ,K lf Leona Lieberman M. Jane Lintelman Alice Linton Mary Lou Locke Lucille Low Mariorie Lowy Patricia Lund Audrey Lutz Vivian Mash Albert Matte George Maxton Betty McCausland Mabel McGirr Rose Mary McGowan Thomas Mclntosh Audrey McLaren Jane Middleton Samuel Milanovich Helen Monday Edith Morgan Mary Morris Ruby Morris Helen Myers Nancy Myers Lucile Pearsall Sara Pitcairn Rhoda Plummer Jane Poinar John Fortella Felice Prise Loisbelle Pryor Jennie Ranii Ann Rayz Elisabeth Reagan Olive Reitz Joseph Rettinger Lida Reuter Mariorie Joann Riddle Dorothy Ridsdale Ruth Roberts Fred Robie Eunice Rosen f i I . , CHARLES P. GARTNER-Salisbury Somersei Couniy High. MARY ANNE GERBRACHT-Sfrong Vincenl High. MARIE GILBERT-Peabody High . . Cwens . . Quax, Pres. 4 . . Collembolae, V. Pres. 4 . . Freshman Council . . Class lnferclass Sing Com. 2, 3 . . Sophomore Cabinei . . Pi'r+ Players 2-4. ESTHER GLICK-McKees Roclcs High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Sub- dean 3, 4 . . John Marshall Club . . Cwens . . Senior Menior . . Phi Alpha Theia . . Pi Lambda Theia . . W.S.A., Sec. 3: W.S.G.A. Represeniaiive 2 . . W.S.G.A., Commission 2: Edu- caiion for Democracy Com. 3 . . Class Publiciiy Com. 3. HARVEY J. GOEHRING, JR.-Willzinsburg High . . Symphony Orcheslra 2. EDWIN F. GOULD-Easl' Fallowiield High . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Piil News 2 . . Y.M.C.A. l. RUDOLPH GRADISEK-Sewiclrley Township High . . LeHermen's Club 3, 4 . . Fooiball 2-4. WYNONA E. GRAVES-Washingion High. ESTHER S. GROENERT-Souih High . . Senior Menlor . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Pi Lambda Theia . . Women's Choral, Pres. 4 W.A.A. 2 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4. THOMAS P. GUZA-Fosier Township High . . Y.M.C.A. I, 2 . . Newman Club I, 2. LETITIA A. HAMILTON-Ben Avon High . . Grove Cify College Transfer . . Kappa Alpha Theia . . W.S.G.A. Service Com. JAMES A. HANEY-Ceniral Caiholic High . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Della Della Lambda . . Newman Club. V. JOYCE HANSEN-Carricln High . . Beia Sigma Omicron . Owl 3 . . W.S.A. 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. BARBARA E. HARBAUGH-Sirong Vinceni' High . . 'PF Tru Alpha . . Della Kappa. PANSY A. HAWLEY-Laceyville High . . WAA. 3 4 . . WS. G.A. Housing Board 4. MARY S. HAZLETT-O".'1"nf H'gh . . Woosler College Transfer . . Alpha Beia Gamma . . Glee Club 3 . . Curriculum Com. 4. REGINA PHYLLIS HEINZ-Souih Hills High . . Delia Phi Epsilon. V. Pres. 2: Pres. 31 Sec.-Treas. 4 . . Xylon . . Panhellenic Coun- cil 3 . . F.P.C. 3 . . W.SA 2-4 . . Peace Council . . Pi++ News 3, 4 . . Paniher 3, 4 . . WS.G.A. Publicafions Com. 4. EMILY W. HOLMQUIST-Cambridge High and Lalin School. KAY M. HOLSINGER-Millvale High . . Delia Della Lambda . . W.S.G.A., Housing Board 2' High School Relalions Com. 3 . . Y.W.C.A. I-4' Soc. Com. 2 Social Service Com. 4 . . Women's Choral 2-4, Soc. Com. 3: Sec. 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . Class Acfivilies Com. 41 Pareni Relalions Com. 3. MARY RUTH HOSEY-Taylor Allderdice High . . Theia Phi Alpha . . Cwens . . Moriar Board . . Delia Della Lambda . . Junior Worlhy . . W.S.G.A., Pres. 4 . . Senior Couri . . Class Pres. 3: Class Sec. 2 . . Freshman Council. IRMA M. HOTZ-Oliver High . . W.A.A. 3,4, V. Pres. 4 . . Physical Educalion Club 4. GEORGE A. HRITZ- Homesiead High. MARY CATHERINE JONES-Williinsburg High . . Delia Zela . Alpha Beia Gamma . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . W.A.A. 3,4 . Women's Choral 3, 4. Z0-bf EDYTHE KALLUS- Rankin High . . Della Delia Lambda . . W.S.A. 2-4 . . Pil'+ News 3 . . Panlher 4 . . W.A.A. 4 . . Class Paren+ Relalions Com. 4. MATILDA C. KAMBER--Corry High . . Delia Phi Epsilon, Sec. 25 Treas. 2: Soc. Chrm. 2: V. Pres. 3, 4 . . Piil Players 3, 4 . . W.A. A. 2-4 . . Class Acfiviiies Com. 3: Soc. Com. 4 . . French Club 3, 4, Treas. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Housing Board 2. EDNA JANE KANDEL--Peabody High . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Delia Delia Lambda . . W.S.A. 2-4 . . Owl 3, 4 . . Class His- 'lorian Com. 4: Program Com. 2, 3 . . W.S.G.A., Tradilions Com. 2: Pareni Relalions Com. 3. ELSIE KEASEY-Haverford Township High. MARGARET KENTSLER-Ambridge High . . Senior Menior . . Pi Lambda Theia . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . W.S.A. 2 . . Owl 4 . . Piiltin 2-4 . . W.S.G.A. Commission 4: Cusloms Com. 3: Housing Board Chrm. 4g Nalional Flagroom Com. . . Class Soc. Com. 3, 4. MARY RUTH KIEL-Hawihorn High . . Delia Della Lambda . . PiiH- Players 2, 3 . . Housing Board 3. 4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3. ELIZABETH L. KIMBERLING-Weslinghouse High . . Bela Sigma Omicron . . Alpha Befa Gamma . . Pi Lambda Thefa . . Y.W. C.A. I-4, Cabinef 2. 3 . . Women's Choral 2-4, Exec. Com. 4 . . Panhellenic Council 4 . . Housing Board 3 . . Class Infer- class Sing Com. I, 4 . . Owl 3, 4 . . Hearl Hop 4. MILDRED E. KING-Myersiown High. JAMES J. KLEIN-Soulh Hills High . . Delia Tau Della . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . LeHerman's Club 3, 4 . . Baslce+ball 2-4. GEORGE KOCHERAN-Duquesne High . . LeHermen's Club 3, 4 . . Baslreiball !-4. GEORGE V. KRAC'l'1--Hazleion High . . Kappa Sigma . . Pan- fhe' Club . . Foolball l-4. RHEA J. LABBIE-Soulh Hills High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Scribe 4 . . Della Delia Lambda . . W.S.A. 3 . . Class Hisforian Com. 2: Social Com. 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Vocaiional Guidance Com. 2: Tradiiions Com. 4. Aucs T. LALLY-Sharpsville High . . W, Soc. Chrm. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Housing Boards'-2634: Tradiiions Com:-Vw 21 Aciivilies Com. 3 . . Spring Fesiivalug:-3Mn,ifQljj'ggiLtHl:lggii"' HiLDA A. LANDERMAN-siawe Town ip High . . Phi iigmaj Sigma, Sec. 4 . . Alpha Bela Gamma Q,,,,,Mg,ntar.1I',gg,gd,E5, ' ,, Senior Menior . . Class V. Pres. ,l..1 0 'i graphic Ed.,.3 . Synfphony f CBP' MHC - 5,9Ph HCP Hop EifQ2iP5Pii-F555i+iffs1f-zi-.Ii-a Dance ff 'ii ': '." ii, ., "9-351-hj4il:.s-'-'Q' -,:. 5 ,...ii..a mari.-.-'qgsf-.5i.:,-4,-. REGIS J. 'LARKIN - oiiveh-, ggrigeiis Phi Kappa, sec. 4 . . Tig,5.Iei 'i.,fg4.f' , "-'- "'i"i ""-' HARRY C. LAW- .5,I',,?hi Alpha Theia l.F. Council 3 . . So fag., 'h.......7?R- ELEANOR W. Hiiih - iif ciw CQEQ. lege Transfer Transfer DellaQ1'fDeI'FNiE. Lambda . . Cugrl'i'culiih3, A" I aghlnigrclass Sing ,V June LEVINSON isT.yioigii9,ii,,iQi3iih,...,, . Fsgaygi-,Ph,' W-AeA-2-1 if 2 4 e 1 .igj-,U :ix '-K., qi., 1 ' , H JEANNETTE 'High ,,l- ,,.f,,,v:,,::. W.C.A. 3 . . Wgmpnliigfigqazl,:,214,,,.,.sE1fiEiihin,,. -'-- fin.,-,higff 2-4 , , .Clgss:.Igifl1erif.?ffReldiions Co-gn. 3515 ' 4 E 75 E if . 4 DE. ,M Charles Garfner Mary Anne Gerbrachi Marie Gilbert Esfher Glick Harvey Goehring, Jr. Edwin Gould Rudolph Gradisek Wynona Graves Esther Groenerf Thomas Guza Lelilia Hamillon James Haney V. Hansen Barbara Harbaugh Pansy Hawley Mary Hazleff Regina Heinz Emily Holmquisf Kay Holsinqcr Mary Rulh Hosey Irma Hoiz George Hrifz Mary C. Jones Edyfhe Kallus Mafilda Kamber Edna Jane Kandel Elsie Keasey Margaref Kensfler Mary Rufh Kiel Elizabefh Kimberling Mildred King James Klein George Kocheran George Kracum Rhea Labbie Alice Lally Hilda Landerman Regis Larkin Harry Law Eleanor Levergood June Levinson Jeannette Levy 1 I , .ef X :EE ANN AKSELRAD-Peabody High . . Della Della Lambda . . Pill News . . Owl 3 . . W.S.A. 2 . . W.S.G.A. Parenl Relalions Com.2. CHRISTINA ALLAN-Turlle Creek Union High . . Della Zela . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Owl 2 . . Pill Players 4 . . Class Inler- class Sing Com. 4 . . Panhellenic Council Exec. Com. 4, Fresh- man Educalion Chrm. 4: Recorder 3 . . Y.W.C.A. Public Wor- ship and Sludy Chrm. . . W.S.G.A. Cusloms Com. . . Hearl Hop 2. MABEL I.. ANDERSON--Scoll High . . Della Della Lambda . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . W.A.A. I-4 . . Pilltin Club 3. MARY ELIZABETH BAILEY-Perry High . . Phi Mu . . Della Sigma Rho . . Cwens . . Owl 3 . . French Club, Sec. 3, 4 . . Pan- hellenic Council 2, 3 . . W.S.A., V. Pres. 4, Exlension Chrm. 3. ADELAIDE K. BECKER-Johnslown High . . Johnslown Cenler Transfer . . W.S.G.A., V. Pres. . . Sluclenl Council, Treas. MARGIE K. BEDNER-Clairlon High . . W.S.A. 2, 3 . . W.S.G.A. Soc. Com. 3,4g Employmenl Service Com. 3, 4: Educalion for Democracy Com. 3, 4: Curriculum Com. 4 . . Classical Club, Sec. 3: V. Pres. 4. JANET L. BINGNER-Johnslown High . . Johnslown Cenler Trans- fer . . Phi Thela Kappa . . Class Hislcrian Com. 4. ROBERTA M. BIRNIE-Soulh Hills High . . Della Zela . . Y.W. C.A. Soc. Com. 2 . . W.A.A., Publicily Com. 3 . . W.S.G.A. High School Relalions Com. 3, 4. GRACE BONARO-Taylor Allderdice High . . Xylon, V. Pres. 4 . . Class Inlerclass Sing Com. I, 3 . . W.S.G.A. Tradilions Com. 3: Vocalional lnlormalion Com. 2 . . Owl 2, 3 . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . W.S.A. 2 . . Class Treas. 4. FLORENCE A. BONEY-Oliver High . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . W.A.A. I-4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3 . . Physical Educalion Club, Treas. 3: Soc. Chrm. 4. ANDREW J. BRADAC-Allegheny High . . Della Della Lambda. JOAN BREAULT-Erie Easl High. MARY BRENYO-Clairlon High . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Y.W. C.A. 4 . . Pilliin Club 2. VICTOR C. BRIDGES-McKeesporl High . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . R.O.T.C. Regimenlal Adiulanl . . Scabbard and Blade . . Pill Rifles . . Rifle Team 2-4 . . Mililary Ball 2-4. ROSEMARYE BUNTING-Schenley High . . Chi Omega, V. Pres. 2-4 . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Y.W.C.A., Public Affairs Com. Chrm. 4 . . Class Publicily Com. 4. PATRICIA BURKE-Sl. Marys of lhe Mounl High . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . W.S.G.A. Soc. Com. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 4. JOHN B. BURNHAM-Avalon High . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pill News I, 2 . . Y.M.C.A. I, 2 . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 3, 4. DOROTHY ANNE CARRIER-Elna High . . Della Della Lambda . . S.F.A. 3, 4, Exec. Com. 4 . . Y.W.C.A., Cabinel 41 Chapel Allar Guild . . W.S.G.A. Soc. Com. . . Pill Players 4 . . Pill News 4 . . Freshman Dance . . Soph Hop. RUTH CARTER-Calhoun Counly High. JOHANNA CHESNICK-New Kensinglon High . . Bela Sigma Omicron . . W.A.A. 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 3 . . Physical Educalion Club 2. VIRGINIA CHILDRESS-Bellevue High . . Kappa Alpha Thela, V. Pres. 4 . . Senior Menlor . . Cwens . . Morlar Board, V. Pres. . . Della Della Lambda . . W.S.G.A. Cusloms Com. 21 Sec. 3 . . R.O.T.C. Honorary Colonel 4 . . Mililary Ball Co-Chrm. 4 . . Freshman Dance. JULIA CLEMENS-Duquesne High . . Zela Tau Alpha, Pres. 4 . . Senior Menlor . . Della Della Lambda . . Morlar Board . . W.S.G.A., Cusloms Com. 2, Social Com. Chrm. 31 Democracy Com. 4 . . S.F.A., Appoinlmenls Com. 31 Social Com. Chrm. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. Chapel Allar Guild . . Spring Feslival Tea Dance Chrm. 3. EDNA P. COBURN-Walpole High. JAMES R. CRAWFORD-McKeesporl High . . Phi Gamma Della. MARION F. CUPAK-Turlle Creek High . . Thealron . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . Pill Players, Sec. 3, 4 . . Women's Choral 2, 3. HELEN A. CYNKAR-Oliver High . . Hislorian Com. 4 . . Y.W. C.A. Financial Com. 3: Worship Com. 4. JOSEPH M. CZAPLINSKI-Nanlicoke High. WILLIAMHE. DAVIS-McKeesporl High . . Kappa Phi Kappa. NADINE R. DEAN-Willfinsburg High . . Cwens . . Morlar Board . . Della Della Lambda . . Freshman Council . . W.S.G.A. Soc. Com. 27 Parenl Relalions Com. 27 Junior Class Represenlalive: Commission 3: V. Pres. 4 . . Unil Advisory Council Chrm. . . Flag Com. Chrm. PATRICIA E. DEANS-Ml. Lebanon High . . W.A A., Archery Chrm. 4 . . Physical Educalion Club 4. HELEN V. DEWALT-Willcinsburg'High . . Xylon . . Alpha Bela Gamma . . Kappa Phi, Sec. 3 . . Class lnlerclass Sing Com. I-4 . . Y.W.C.A. Cabinel 4 . . Owl 2-4, Fealure Ed. 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A. Housing Poard 4. ELIZABETH I. DILS-Avalon High . . Zela Tau Alpha . . Xylon . . Morlar Board . . Senior Menlor . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4, W.S.G.A. Represenlalive 3 . . Owl 2-4 . . Panhellenic Council 2, 3, Pres. 4. BETTY VIRGINIA DUFFIELD-Willrinsburg High . . Zela Tau Alpha. MARY JANE DUNCAN -Derry Borough High . . Weslern College Transfer . . Della Della Della. JOHN M. DURKALSKI-Clarlc High . . Washinglon and Jefferson College Transfer. .1 ELEANORE v. EUWER-swzssvale High . .a,,?Kzaggrg2zlA1alxi311Eeta...MMI .... MARY HILDA FAGAN -Taylor Allderdice :gin . Thealla Phi ,A1,,.h....f . . Cwens . . W.A.A., Swimming Co I :ll and Volleyball Chrm. 4 . . Physical Ed' calion Club 2-4 . galplinileig :clivilies Chrm. 33 ji' 'llliizauif '1" '12 L C4 EMMA M-,iFER5ii?Eew.99le High - - . . wgliib 3, 5 . Scho-f1"RelSH8nS Cfffnfiirl I GI NA Flu PPONI - union Club I-4, Sec. 4 . . i. Qlass Social Com- 3: Hislorian 4 . . MARY JANE Til.-is' gin lfzlres. fgvggu ' . . senior Men+af.5,35W: 4 :'3a,I cam,f,2,' F.P.Q.--5 4 - ' SOPI' I I, Ie- ELSIE J. FORMANEEQ V , 1 -' ' GERTRUDE roRmyggllaie-Ssh,Qnler--Pl'igh : ' ' '- f ' ' Au Senior Unif , 2, , A I Y yl nil,g"' 't k :gg-2::11' fag: S.:.f3':, 554: A6 T5 : rs. 7,155 ' H -...Q ,K , 1: ,, Ann Akselrad Christina Allan Mabel Anderson Mary E. Bailey Adelaide Becker Margie Bedner Janef Bingner Roberfa Birnie Grace Bonaro Florence Boney Andrew Bradac Joan Breaull Mary Brenyo Vicfor Bridges Rosemarye Bunting Palricia Burke John Burnham Doroihy Anne Carrier Rulh Carier Johanna Chesnick Virginia Childress Julia Clemens Edna Coburn James Crawford Marion Cupak Helen Cynkar Joseps Czaplinski William Davis Nadine Dean Pairicia Deans Helen DeWal+ Elizabeth Dils Belly Duffield Mary Jane Duncan John Durkalski Eleanore Euwer Mary Hilda Fagan Emma Fera Gina Filipponi Mary Jane Firfh Elsie Forman Gertrude Forman . 5 , WWE wr Nl C 1-8 CHARLES G. BOONE-Coalpori-lnvona High . . Psi Omega. JOSEPH L. CAMARATA-Unioniown High , . Cheerleader l, 2. JOHN E. CAMPBELL-Mars High . . Della Sigma Delia . . Class Pres. 2 . . Denial Sfudeni Council 2. ANDREW CHOBY- Paiion High . . Delia Sigma Delia, Pres. 4 . . Zeia Sigma Pi . . Denial Rays 2-4 . . l.F. Council 4 . . Denial Siudenl' Council 3. CARLTON DAVIES-Forly Forl' High . . Psi Omega. CHARLES J. GANLEY-Cenlral Calholic High . . Psi Omega. W. BRUCE GLOTFELTY-Aspinwall High . . Sigma Chi . . Psi Omega. FRANK M. GRIMALDI -DeWiH Clinion High . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Delia Sigma Della. ROBERT W. HEAPE-Arnold Preparaiory School . . Sigma Chi . .. Pro Consul I: Sec. 2 . . Den-lal Rays l-4, Bus. Mgr. 4 . . S.F.A. 4 . . Soph Hop . . Junior Prom. SAMUEL B. KAPLAN-Easiern Dislricl- Evening High . . Alpha Omega, Scribe 3 . . Denial Siudenl' Council 3 . . Class Treas. 3. l isiieif Charles Boone Joseph Camarafa John Campbell Andrew Choby Carlicn Davies Charles Ganley W. Bruce Gloffeliy Frank Grimaldi Roberf Heape Samuel Kaplan 3 Leo Leonard Frances Loiacono Waller Murray Warren Myers Charles Porias Walter Raskowski Norman Shumafe Roberi Slick Norman Specfor William Webb LEO J. LEONARD-Taylor High . . -1 bfi.. 4"" 4 . . Denial Siuclenl' Council 4. V5 -I f . ' 'W . 39. A 'vi 'I FRANCES A. LOlACONO-Washin ii n' ,ini - WALTER E. MURRAY-Oliver High .ri ' ,,Sigi55!:,1:ie. Q, scribe A Q 4 . . Den+al Siucleni Council, A ,,,. WARREN C. MYERS-Tawilqm5.1qiiiigHf?g.,.gfDeli3 Sigma 33 Worlhy Masier ii5ilil4g'FQQQ,,1,Bui+aQS+uden+'fYJlIfi6"i cil 4 . . Class ' M ""' CHARLES E. 5 +.m-iv.. -Qenl, Transfer . . Effie- '- i saw' , ' I,-'pa' WALTER H- li- -Y hgi saslile Class ' , " . ' -.'., is X, 5 af, 1 . -, . NORMAN':5-W??zSli1il?i, ATE- '- Eli? ififlii lang-1iN11"?l l Psi f i Mi ai -wi 5 ROBERT c. . . P go eg 4 . . Glee Cl,ub121f'!y' 'f" 1 - ' 7 . NORMAN L. .SPECTOR 0 Q ,if -W Class g,:f"Pies. 4 . . genf :H o ' 'i wii.LiAiZ12?c. WEBB- iii 'S , .E - . E ff Trari' ir Qs' Omei . . ,- . fi" ,f +1-mf' , ' Vmiwlqigh Jane Vorech Paul Warner Jacob Wedner Harry Weisberger Joseph Weisman Shirley Harrie? Werlkin Evereff Wicker Vicior Williams Ernest Wimmer Margarel' Winfer Virginia Worek Roswell Yingling Charles Young Gerald Ziskind , 4 JANE V. VORECH-Allegheny High . . Cwens . . Morfar Board, Edilor . . Pi Tau Phi . . Unil Advisor 3 . . Senior Menior . . W.S.G.A. Cusfoms Com. 2, High School Relalions Com. 4. PAUL G. WARNER-Easl Piflsburgh High . . Quill Club . . Cap and Gown 3, 4 . . PiH' News 2-4. JACOB A. WEDNER-Willcinsburg High . . John Marshall, V. Pres. 4 . . Freshman Award . . Debale I. HARRY WEISBERGER- Mclfeesporl High. JOSEPH H. WEISMAN-Soulh Hills High . . Rifle Team 2-4. SHIRLEY HARRIET WERTKIN-Taylor Allderdice High . . W.S.A. 2-4 . . Piii' News 2 . . W.S.G.A. Parenf Relalions Com. 3 . . Class Publiciiy Com. 3. EVERETI' E. WICKER-Peabody High . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Band 3, 4. VICTOR B. WILLIAMS-Peabody High . . Amiiy Club I . Hoclcey 3. ERNEST L. WIMMER-Peabody High . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sec.-Treas. 4 . . Sludenl' Afliliaie of A.C.S. Chrm. 4. MARGARET I. WINTER-Perry High . . Zeia Tau Alpha, V. Pres. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Cusfoms Com. 3, Social Com. 3 . . Junior Prom. VIRGINIA J. WOREK-Turfle Creek High . . Xylon, Sec.-Treas. 3: Pres. 4 . . Panfher I . . Piif News 2 . . Pifl Players 2 . . W.S. G.A. Tradiiions Com. 2. ROSWELL M. YINGLING-Willcinsburg High . . John Marshall . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Sfalisfics Com. 3, 4. V CHARLES W. YOUNG-Schenley High. GERALD N. ZISKIND-Peabody High . . John Marshall . . Delia Sigma Rho . . PHI News I-4 . . Men's Debaling Assoc. I-4. . fy 0 ' f I GEORGE J. RISKO-Wesfern Pennsylvania School for Blind . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 3, 4, Council 4. SAMUEL L. RODGERS-Canonsburg High . . Pi Sigma Alpha, Pres. 4 . . Pi Tau Phi . . Men's Debafing Assoc. 2-4, High School Relafions Mgr. 4. . . I.C.G. 3, 4. EVELYN S. ROSENBERG-Soulh Hills High . . Women's Choral 2 . . Pi'H' Players 3. ALDA J. ROSS-Avalon High . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Sec.-Treas. 4 . . French Club 2-4. Pres. 4. ANNIE V. ROSS-Norfh Union Township High . . Phi Alpha Thefa. MURELLE S. RUSSELL-Peabody High . . Chi Omega, Pres. 4 . . Xylon . . Senior Menior . . Quill Club, Sec.-Treas. 4 . . PiH News 2-4, Social and Personal Ads Ed. 4. EDWIN L. SABLE-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Owl 4 . . Iniramural Aihleiics 3, 4 . . Yuleiide Fesiival 4 . . Junior Prom. JOHN M. SADLER-Be+hel Township High . . Sigma Chi . . PHI Band I-4. ARNOLD SAMPSON-James Monroe High . . Chi Rho Nu . . Cap and Gown 2, 3. NORMAN SAMS-New Kensingion High . . Lambda Chi Alpha . . Iniramural Aihlefics. ETHYL J. SAPPER-Taylor Allderdiae High . . Alpha Kappa Delia . . W.S.A. 3, 4 . . Paniher 3, 4. MARTIN SAX-Triadelphia High . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . S+uden'I Aliliiliaie of A.C.S. 2, 4 . . Iniramural Afh- Ieiics 2-4. GEORGE J. SCHAFER-Souih High. MILTON SCHAFFEL-New Brighfon High . . Collembolae . . Band 2-4 . . Owl 4. JOHN F. SCHAICH-New Brighfon High. MARTIN R. SCHLESINGER- Peabody High . . Undergracluaie Cap and Gown Club, V. Pres. 4 . . Fifi Players 2 . . Cap and Gown 2-4. HAROLD J. SHAPIRO--Peabody High . . Pi'H Players I-4. OSCAR SHEFLER-Schenley High . . Quill Club . . Undergraduaie Cap and Gown Club . . Pi'H' News 3, 4 . . Panlher 3, 4 . . Owl 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 2-4 . . PHI' Players 3, 4. SYLVESTER Z. SIEGEL-Taylor Allderdice High . . Piii News I-4. Circulaiion Mgr. 3, 4 . . C.A. 3 . . Cap and Gown Publiciiy Slalif I, 3, 4 . . Spring Feslival 3, 4. LOUIS H. SINGER-Fiffh Avenue High . . Men's Glee Club 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Conceri Hour Com. 33 Sialislics Com. 3 . . Cap and Gown 4. ALWOOD SMITH-Schenley High . . Pi Tau Phi. LOUISE F. SMITH- Pifcairn High . . Bela Sigma Omicron . . Thea- Iron . . Pill Players 2-4, V. Pres. 4 . . Piilcin Club 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 4. CHARLES A. SMULLIN-Peabody High . . Phi Gamma Delia . . Cap and Gown Undergracluale Club . . Cap and Gown Busi- ness S+aIili I-4 . . C.A. I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. Cabinei I . . Swimming Mgr. I. MARIE CAPPER SOHN - Pillsburgh Academy . . Quill Club. RICHARD J. SONNENFELD-Cenfral High . . Kappa Sigma, House Mgr. 4 . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Y.M.C.A. Council I, 2 . . Siudenf Affilia-Ie of A.C.S. 2-4, Sec.-Treas. . . Demonslraiion Block Com. 4 . . Cheering Squad 3, Head Cheerleader 4. WARREN E. SOUERS- Marieila High . . Woosier College Transfer . . Phi Omicron Sigma . . Omicron Delia. BETTY J. SPRINGER-Leelsdale High . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rec. Sec. 4 . . Cwens, Sec. . . Morfar Board . . Unif Advisor 3 . . Senior Courf Clerk . . Owl 3 . . C.A. Cabinef 2 . . Heari Hop 2. IRVING S. STAPSY-Shadyside Academy . . Cap and Gown Un- dergraduale Club . . Owl Phofography Ed. I, 2 . . Paniher, Phoiography Ed. I-4 . . Cap and Gown, Phofographer I-4 . . Pi++ Players, Phofographer I, 2 . . Sludenl' Phofographer for Alumni Review I-4. PAUL F. STEFANKO-Windber High . . Kappa Sigma. WALTER F. STERNER-Chesier High . . Track 2-4 . . Cross Coun- Iry 2-4, Capfain 3. ESTELLA STOUT-Schenley High . . Delia Delfa Delia, Cor. Sec. 3: Pres. 4 . . Unif Advisor 3 . . Senior Menfor . . PiH' News 3 . . Hearl Hop 2. B. BOYCE SWARTZ-Erie Academy High. RUTH BEACHLER TAANO-Mi. Lebanon High . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treas. 3: Pres. 4 . . Cwens, Pres. Z: Advisor 3 . . Senior Menlor . . Class Cabinel 3 . . W.S.G.A. Cusioms Com. 3. IRVING M. TALENFELD - Homesfead High. LAWRENCE TEMELES- Peabody High. SARAH J. THIGPEN-Allegheny High . . Bela Phi Alpha, V. Pres. 4 . . Pi Tau Phi, Treas. 4 . . Phi Alpha Thefa . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . W.S.G.A. Housing Board 4. EDWARD A. THOMPSON--Cenfral Caiholic High. BETTY W. TODDIE-Sco'H' High . . Della Delia Delia, Pres. 3 . . Co-Ed Band Maior 4 . . Senior Menlor . . Q Com. Chrm. 4 . . Soph Flop. 'I '-vile! HARRY M. TOIG-McKees Roalns HLgyA:Efbebs.+i., JAMES E. TOWNSENID f' . . 5 lv Club 3, 4 . . cg gnpg- ,. DAVID I. Tuc asboay Hig '. . Pm- , , Omj- H qv .,-V. run ? 5. Juni Cap-g i "" ' wp ii- niher, ,PI 4' .Pr Assief bl 3'?VfPres. .Af , - ' is '1.. P " "" ' 3 HULDA TULLNQ-Agia lay"H:gh Moana ,,,,,, H yr -' , Morfar Co , ,.. .- I .S. 'Z hellenic in I' Eli' ' N BFSR Teri' 2'-' f Qui -'Iii' :xii . H I' r-' X . ' .- 94 "f'ii.-1 -'fgregizl BETTY K. 'y V 'f-1 E eIi,q.-M QW . , 4-Ai ,Y If om,' . Transfeiiis- . I - ,Emu 1 0 -u.w,i-pg Li ,.,, . I g?.,mEw J .. VI - .,,, , . ,. - ,,. , ., 'ff-I., .,. 'ks George Risko Samuel Rodgers Evelyn Rosenberg Alda Ross Annie Ross Murelle Russell Edwin Sable John Sadler Arnold Sampson Norman Sams Elhyl Sapper Marlin Sax George Schafer Milion Schaffel John Schaich Marlin Schlesinger Harold Shapiro Oscar Shefler Sylvesler Siegel Louis Singer Alwood Smilh Louise Smiih Charles Smullin Marie Sohn Richard Sonnenfeld Warren Souers Befly Springer Irving Sfapsy Paul Slefanko Waller Sferner Eslella Slouf B. Bryce Swartz Irving Talenfeld Lawrence Temelcs Sarah Thigpen Edward Thompson Belly Toddie Harry Toig James Townsena David Tucker Hulda Tully Belly Voland i, gf- 9 ANDREW B. MCCARDLE-Unionlown High . . Thela Chi. GRACE MARIE McCOMBS-Belhel Township High . . Della Zela, Sec. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4, Cabinel 3, 4 . . Women's Choral 2 . . Class Cabinel 3 . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . Allar Guild 3, 4. MARION F. MCCOY-Hazlelon High . . Pilliin Club 3, 4 . . W. A.A. 2, 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3 . . Pill Players 2. WILLIAM E. MCELWAIN - Perry High . . Druids . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Thealron . . Quill Club . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Pill News I-4, Sporls Ed. 3, 4 . . Pill Players 2-4, Pres. 4 . . Owl 2 . . Panlher 4 . . Cap and Gown l . . S.F.A. 3, 4, Pep Assem- blies Chrm. 3. ROBERT G. McGEARY-Vanclergrill High . . Phi Della Thela, Pres. 4. RUTH C. McGREGOR-Crallon High . . Thealron . . Pill Players 2-4 . . Pill News 2, 3. WILLIAM J. McLENNAND-Langley High . . Pill News I . . Pill Panlher 4. MARY KATE McMASTER-Sewicliley High . . Della Della Della, V. Pres. 4 . . Cwens . . Senior Menlor . . W.S.G.A. 2 . . W.A.A. 3 . . Freshman Council . . Sludenl Loan Com. Chrm. 4. JOHN J. McPARLAND-Cenlral Calholic High. HORACE MELLON - Peabody High . . Alpha Phi Alpha . . French Club I-3 . . Cap andrGown 4. HAROLD CLARK METCALFE-Perry High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Sludenl Aliiliale A.C.S. 2-4. LOIS E. METZ-McKeesporl Technical High . . Pillcin Club. MICHAEL J. MITCHELL-Taylor Allderdice High . . Syracuse Transfer . . Phi Gamma Della . . Pill News 2-4 . . Y.M.C.A. 2-4 . . Cap and Gown 3,4 . . Freshman Swimming Mgr. 2, Varsily Swimming Mgr. 3 . . Spring Feslival 2-4 . . Mililary Ball 4. JOHN B. MONIER-Jeannelle High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon. FRANCIS F. MORGAN-Swissvale High . . Phi Kappa . . Cap and Gown Business Slafl I-4. BETTY H. MORIE-Turlle Creek Union High . . Bela Phi Alpha . . Y.W.C.A. 4 . . W.A.A. 2 . . Pill Players 2 . . Pill News 2. BRUCE L. MORRISON -Aspinwall High. JACK W. MORROW-Ssulh Hills High . . Chi Rho Nu, Pres. 2 . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Phi Rho Sigma. WILLIAM A. MORTON-Soulh Hills High . . Pill Rifles . . Amily Club 4 . . Owl 4 . . S.F.A. Thealer Com. 2, 3 . . Spring Fes- lival 3, 4, Publicily Chrm. 4 . . Demonslralion Block 3, 4, Chrm. 4 . . Cap and Gown 4 . . lnlramural Alhlelics 3. REBECCA NAY-Triadelphia High . . Wesl Virginia Universily Transfer . . Pi Bela Phi. FANNETTA NELSON-Weslinghouse High . . Alpha Kappa Alpha, Treas. 4 . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Senior Menlor . . Pillxin Club 4 . . Orcheslra I-4 . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . French Club . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4 . . Class lnlerclass Sing Com. 4 . . Chi Rho Seminar. JEAN E. NELSON-Weslinghouse High . . Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sec. 3: Pres. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3 . . F.P.C. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Tradilions Com. 3. CLAIRE B. NEWLON-Schenley High . . Zela Tau Alpha . . Pi Tau Phi . . Y.W.C.A. Public Allairs Com. . . W.A.A. Social Com. 3 . . W.S.G.A. Transfer Com. 21 Tradilions Com. 3 . . Class Social Com. 2: Aclivilies Com. 3. ROBERT E. NICHOLAS-Gibson High . . Thela Della Chi. ROBERT L. NORUM-Peabody High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Upperclassman Counselor 3 . . Men's Glee Club I-4 . . lnlramural Alhlelics 4. FLORENCE P. NYDES-Schenley High . . Fhi Sigma Sigma . . Pan- hellenic, Rushing Chrm. 4: Edilor ol "Who's Who in Women's Fralernilies" 3 . . W.S.G.A. Cusloms Com. Treas. 37 Social Com. 3 . . Class Service Com. 4 . . Y.W.H.A. Sluclenl Council I-4 . . Pill News 2-4 . . Hearl Hop l-3. ISABEL FAY NYDES-Schenley High . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Pres. 4 . . Cwens . . Morlar Board, Service Chrm. . . Senior Menlor . . Y.M.H.A. Sludenl Council I-4 . . W.S.G.A. Tradilions Com. Chrm. 3 . . S.F.A. Appoinlmenls Com. 4 . . Freshman Council . . Class Program Chrm. 2 . . Spring Feslival 2. GABRIEL D. OFIESH - New Kensinglon High. VIVIAN M. PAIGE-Easl Pillsburgh High. DONALD M. PARKE-Peabody High . . Kappa Sigma . . Men's Council 3, 4: Pres. 4 . . C.A. Financial Com. 4 . . Owl Sporls Ed. 4 . . Ass'l Foolball Mgr. l, 2: Mgr. 3 . . Freshman Dance . . Soph Hop . . Junior Prom. WILLIAM A. PATRICK-New Cumberland High . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Pi Tau Phi, Pres. 4 . . Quill Club, V. Pres.-Treas. 3 . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Undergraduale Cap and Gown Club . . Pill News 2-4 . . Junior Worlhy . . Pill Players 2-4, Thealron Acling Award 3 . . Panlher 3, 4 . . Owl 4 . . Y.M.C.A. I . . Cap and Gown I-4. FRANCIS J. PILGRIM-Cenlral Calholic High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Men's Glee Club l-4. SARA PITILER-Taylor Allderdice High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . W.S.G.A. Housing Board 3, 4: Parenl Relalions Com. 3 . . S.F.A. Thealer Com. 3. SHERMAN W. POCHAPIN-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pill Rilles. Social Chrm. 3 . . Undergraduale Cap and Gown Club . . Pill News I, 2 . . Panlher 2 . . Owl I, 2 . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Milli.-my Ball 3, 4. ROBERT M. PORT-Carrick High . . Varsily Lellermen's Club 3, 4 . . Baslcelball I-4. MARIE A. PRAGLIOLA-Weslinghouse High . . Y.W.C.A. I-4, Treas. 4 . . Class lnlerclass Sing Com. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Flag Com. 3. ,W GRACE E. PROVEN-McKees Rocks High . . Pill f , ' -w-'yffl Pill Players 3, 4. ' ,. ,'-vs-ii' cuz H -. I- 5-it?3"i' GENE E. PYLE-Carrigl: h . . .Kafwp.f"IQapp ' ' . . Morlar Board, Pre' ,,.uF'Seni6r.., enlor 4' 4 ,,,,,,f'i,- ' :F . 4' 1 44 .. Co-ed Caplaw. . .,TAssehV ,..'Sec. , loms Com. C 7. C ais Pr' 42422. Pill N . . Class ,vu ,al Com. . ...Spring FeslivaI.,'E5a,,I Hearl J ' A I 'K e m orffucil 4 . ' . , PBX., ? v.iP,,,:,lg,f BEVERLY, ' ...H en- Q 3 ,5- , , 9 by n le n Y' if . , Choir 21x , Med I A I A 'A' z -.- ak? gg . - ,A . T5 31 E Sufi., P- ,.- gm A F A -'- ELIZABETH Ma'S.R,IiQf ' ' - '- ?, . E "i' '- L fc Cwens 726 gm P F I C E' blhe PM 2 eq gil., LIDA REUTEQFZ-gi, if I-iju h. ag i,.Ei.,ff" " if W s e Afy +or ROY F' ,.,. E 'V 3 ela TH-Sl : ,,.'l ' , .. ' il.. H ' . 'wfcff ""'i 'AW sp - 'Jw ,Eau-gif Q X ' 'fifh 4245:--f."ff'w-ilrw...,.. V iw? p-l 5: RGS -qi ,...g' -c , NY 'i li T' 'SP '-0 Ni Q fi -Av r.-.5 fe- fb? QQ' 64 Andrew McCardIe Grace McCombs Marion McCoy William McElwain Robert McGreary Rufh McGregor William McLennand Mary Kate McMasYer John McFarland Horace Mellon Harold Mefcalfe Lois Mefz Michael Mifchell John Monier Francis Morgan Belly Morie Bruce Morrison Jack Morrow William Morfon Rebecca Nay Fanneiia Nelson Jean Nelson Claire Newlon Reber? Nicholas Roberf Norum Florence Nydes Isabel Nydes Gabriel Ofiesh Vivian Paige Donald Parke William Pairick Francis Pilgrim Sara Pitfler Sherman Pochapin Roberf Por? Marie Pragliola Grace Proven Gene Pyle Beverly Ransone Lida Reufer Elizabeth Richards Roy Riemer , -If ' 0 , ' 1 J , I. 4 . FREDA B. JAFFE-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Tau Phi . . Xylon . . Morlar Board . . Senior Menlor . . W.S.A. 2-4, Pres. 4 . . Orcheslra I-4 . . Pill News 2-4, Fealure Ed. 4 . . C.A., Treas. 3 . . W.S.G.A. Commission . RUDOLPH JANATA, JR.-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Gamma Della . . Phi Epsilon Sigma . . John Marshall . . Pill Rifles . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Senior Counselor . . Pill Band I-4, Soc. Chrm. 3: Cadel Maiorg Pres. 4 . . S.F.A. Appoinlmenls Com. 4 . . Spring Feslival 3, 4 . . C.A., Soc. Chrm. 4 . . Junior Prom . . Mililary Ball 3, 4 . . I.F. Ball, Chrm. 4. MARJORIE JOHNS-Ml. Lebanon High . . Xylon . . Quill Club . . Pill News 2-4 . . Panlher 2, 3, Assoc. Ed. 3 . . Owl 2, 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4. REGINALD H. JOHNSON, JR.--Taylor Allderdice High . . Pill Rifles . . Amily Club . . Cap and Gown l-4 . . Swimming 3. MARJORI H. JONES-Penn Hall School. RICHARD H. JONES-Camp Hill High . . Phi Gamma Della . . Druids . . Y.M.C.A. I-4 . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Baseball Mgr. 3 . . Pill Players 4 . . Soph Hop . . Spring Feslival, Chrm. 4. MARY R. JOYCE-Allegheny High . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Rec. Sec. 4 . . A.C.S., Program Chrm. 4 . . Cadel Co-ed Maior 4. HARRY JUBELIRER-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Panlher 4 . . Pill Players 4 . . Owl 4. S. SIDNEY KALWARY-Universily Prep School . . Pi Lambda Phi V. Pres. 4 . . Druids . . Hammer and Collin . . Quill Club, V. Pres. 4 . . Pill News I-4, Assoc. Ed. 2-4 . . Pill Panlher l-3, Editorial Board 2, 3 . . Owl I . . Cap and Gown Publicily Slall I-4 . . Boxing I. LAWRENCE A. KATZ-Bushwick High . . Pi Lambda Phi, Sec. 4 . . Panlher 4 . . Track I-3 . . Baseball 3,4 . . Inlramural Alhlelics I-4 . . Yulelide Feslival Chrm. 4. IRJING R. KAUFMAN-Schenley High . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Druids, Treas. . . Pi Tau Phi . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Pill News I-4, Make-Up Edilor 33 Managing Edilor 4 . . Owl I . . S.F.A. Scholar's Day Com. 3, Chrm. 4. NORMAN H. KAUFFMAN--Soulh Hills High . . Phi Alpha Thela . . Kappa Phi Kappa, Treas. 4 . . Amily Club . . Pill News I, 2 . . Pill Players I, 2 . . Tennis 4. RICHARD REED KAY-Crallon High . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sec. 2: Treas. 3 . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Glee Club I-3, Sec. 3 . . Panlher 2-4, Assoc. Ed. 3, Board ol Edilors 4 . . Cap and Gown 3 . . Owl 2 . . S.F.A. Thealer Com. 4 . . Junior Prom 3. THEODORA C. KEARNS-Calhedral High . . Newman Club l-4. MILES BRYAN KEEBLER-Miles Bryan High . . Undergraduale Cap and Gown Club . . Cap and Gown Chorus Mgr. 2-4 . . Pill Players 3 . . Panlher 4 . . S.F.A. Social Com. 3, 4 . . Men's Council 4 . . Spring Feslival 3 . . Junior Prom. 3. E. SEYMOUR KERBER--Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Pi Tau Phi . . Undergracluale Cap and Gown Club . . Cap and Gown I-4, Ass'l Eleclrical Mgr. Ig Ass'l Pub. Mgr. 2: Pub. Mgr. 3, 4 . . Pill Players I-4, Eleclrical Mgr. I, 2 . . Panlher Make-Up Ed. 2-4 . . Pill News l-4, Make-Up Ed. 4 . . Owl I-3 . . Pill Compass 2, 3, Edilor 3. IRENE R. KITAY-Peabody High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . Pill Players 2-4 . . Class Publicily Com. 4 . . Owl 4 . . I.C.G. 2-4 . . Hearl Hop 3. FRANK KITZMILLER, JR.-Taylor Allderdice High . . Dickinson College Transler . . Alpha Chi Rho ZELDA KLIMAN - Schenley High. MARION K. KOELSCH--Millvale High . . Xylon . . W.A.A. 2 . . W.S.G.A. Flag Com. 3, Publicalions Com. 4 . . Pill News 2 . . Owl 4. KATHERINE L. KOONTZ--Ml. Lebanon High . . Kappa Alpha Thela, Social Chrm. 4 . . Senior Menlor . . Freshman Council . . Class Sec. 3: Pres. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Social Com. 2 . . Pill News . . Hearl Hop, Chrm. 4. ELIZABETH KROWICH - Donora High . . John Marshall . . W.S.A. 2-4. HERMAN H. LANDY-Schenley High . . Glee Club 4. BETTY E. LARSON-Taylor Allderdice High . . Zela Tau Alpha . . Pill News 3, 4. MILTON LEDERMAN-Schenley High. JACK JACKSON LEEDY-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Tennis 4. MARY E. LEWIS-Edgewood High . . Kappa Alpha Thela . . W.S. G.A. I-4, Aclivilies Com. 3 . . S.F.A. Appoinlmenls Com. 3, 4 . . Class Cabinel 3 . . Junior Prom 3. THOMAS J. LEWIS-Adams Township High . . Della Tau Della. LEWIS F. LOVELL-Beaver High . . Lambda Chi Alpha . . Y.M- C.A. I-3 . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . S.F.A. 3 . . Junior Prom. ELIZABETH MACDONALD-Johnslown High. PAUL G. MACNEILL-Wilkinsburg High . . Phi Gamma Della . . John Marshall . . Pill Rililes . . Foolball I . . Track I-4. BETTY JANE MACQUEEN-Peabody High . . Bela Sigma Omi- cron . . Morlar Board . . Xylon . . Junior Worlhy . . Senior Menlor . . Y.W.C.A. Cabinel 2-4, Pres. 4 . . Owl 3, 4, Women's Ed. 4 . . Pill News 2 . . W.S.G.A. Transler Com. 3 . . Fresh- man Council . . Religious Aclivilies Com. 4 . . Demonslralion Block, Seclion Leader 3, 4. BETTY MAE MAITS-Belhel Township High . . Della Zela . . Y.W. C.A. I-4, Cabinel 2 . . Women's Choral 2 . . Junior Prom. WILLIAM J. MANGAN-Schenley High . . Pill Rifles . , Pill News 2 . . Demonslralion Bloch, Seclion Leader I . . Hockey Mgr. I. ESTHER H. MARCUSON-Taylor Allderdice High . . Cwens, V. Pres. . . Pi Sigma Alpha, Sec.-Treas. 4 . . Pi Sigma Phi . . Pi , Tau Sigma . . John Marshall . . Senior Menlor . . . . W.A.A. 4 . . S.F.A. 3 w.s.A. 2.4 . ...Owl 2 . Council . . Class V. Pres. 2, . lnwoium Chr ii 3 Pill Town Meeling Chr 4. 63,-:ffli - -1'- DOROTHY i. MARKSONFV fsddih ,Valle "" W V va' ...lun-as-,-3: J .124 . , Ei if WILLIAM R. MARS ,IZJLJ-Alfiegheni iglii -1- GEORGE MAR ,ic-Al+a0f,.f"Hagw.' . i.i.i135 ' ,,as...U.g5g!.9n . . -'fl' ' -:fi-, 1 f I r Ball! f- 4- V -L .. J . , . E fi FRANKM 1 3595 'Sqwhf E651 - if Alph I -4 I Druids . ' Cap al gown " L U F ' " Mug: V '-2. C-b..-112. -DRRRRHQ 1 ef if E H . Seclion ,.."f.',69l.,w.irlifl ' J ", - STEPHEN O. Rgyfgriggg, ' ,aifiliwg lembollae ,f'f"' , I .'iff'-.J L - IDA S. MATIaQNsarsa-Rise H .... -f'-- 1 .cw 'in E " I ug, .ia -...,.,,, f Freda Jaffe Rudolph Janala, Jr. Mariorie Johns Reginald Johnson, Jr. Mariori Jones Richard Jane: Mary Joyce Harry Jubelirer S. Sidney Kalwary Lawrence Kalz Irving Kaufman Norman Kauffman Richard Kay Theodora Kearns Miles Keebler E. Seymour Kerber Irene Kilay Frank Kilzmiller, Jr. Zelda Kliman Marion Koelsch Kalherine Koonli Elizabelh Krowich Herman Landy Belly Larson Millon Lederman Jack Leedy Mary Lewis Thomas Lewis Lewis Lovell Elizabelh MacDonald Paul MacNeill Belly Jane MacQueen Belly Mae Mails William Mangan Eslher Marcuson Dorolhy Markson William Marshall George Maruschak Frank Maleer Slephen Maliyak Ida Mallson William Mays i I 0 JEAN R. FELTON-Soulhmonl High . . Phi Thela Kappa . . Pi Tau Phi. LLOYD J. FILER-Springdale High . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Freshman Club . . Pill Band I, 2 . . A.C.E. Sludenl Olliciale 2-4. GEORGE E. FLINN-Oliver High . . John Marshall . . Pill Panlher 2-4. ELLEN FORTLAGE-Peabody High . . Belhany College Transfer . . Y.W.C.A. I, 2 . . W.S.G.A. 2-4. G. RICHARD FRANKOVICH-Schenley High . . Kappa Sigma . . Scabbard and Blade . . Pill Rifles Capl. 3, 4 . . Pill News 3 . . Men's Debaling Assoc. I, 2 . . Rille Team 2-4 . . S.F.A. Ap- poinlmenls Com. 4 . . C.A. V. Pres. 43 Kiclcoll Dance Chrm. 3 . . Spring Feslival 3, 4 . . Mililary Ball 3, 4. ARTHUR S. FRANKSTON-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Tau Phi, Sec. 4 . . Sigma Tau . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . John Marshall . . Pill News I. LEONARD FRIEDLANDER- Donora High. RICHARD M. GARDNER-Brenlwood High . . Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . Pill Rilles . . I.F. Council 4 . . Men's Council 4. ALENE B. GARWOOD--Brownsville High . . Bela Phi Alpha, Sec. 3: Pres. 4 . , Y.W.C.A. 2 . . W.A.A. 2 . . W.S.G.A. Social Com. 3 . . E.D.C. 4. JEANNE I. GEIB-Dormonl High . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . W.S. G.A. Service Com. 3 . . Junior Prom. LELAND A. GIGLIOTTI-Connellsville High . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pilliin Club 4 . . Cap and Gown 4. MARGARET R. GILLIS-Buller High . . W.A.A. 4. HARRIETT R. GLASSER-Carnegie High . . Kappa Alpha Thela . . Morlar Board . . Senior Menlor . . Junior Worlhy . . Senior Courl Chiel Juslice . . W.S.G.A. Cusloms Com. 23 Transler Com. Chrm. 3 . . Panhellenic Council 2, 3, Exec. Com. 3. JAMES E. GLEESON-Peabody High . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Phi Ela Sigma . . Glee Club I-4 . . A.C.S. Sludenl Alliliale 2-4 . . Inlramural Alhlelics 3, 4. JOHN W. GLENN-Sl. Vincenl Preparalory School . . Phi Kappa, Pres. 3: Treas. 4 . . Newman Club I-4 . . S.F.A. 4 . . I.F. Coun- cil 3, 4 . . Demonslralion Bloclr Seclion Leader 3,4 . . Goll 3,4 . . Soph Hop, Publicily Chrm. MIRIAM F. GOLDSTEIN-Taylor Allclerdice High . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Rushing Chrm. 4 . . Pi Tau Phi . . Alpha Kappa Della . . Cwens . . Morlar Board . . Senior Menlor . . Unil Advisor 3 . . Women's Choral 2-4, V. Pres. 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . S.F.A. Concerl Hour 3, 4 . . Class lnlerclass Sing Com. 2. HAROLD GOLTSMAN-Fillh Avenue High . . Cap and Gown 3 . . Boxing I. LAWRENCE I. GOODMAN-Buller High. JACK R. GOODRIDGE-Washinglon High . . Phi Gamma Della . . Foolball 2-4. EVELYN M. GREEN-Carnegie High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pres. 4 . . Cwens . . Senior Menlor . . Panhellenic Council, V. Pres. 3 . . Class Cabinel 2, 4 . . Sludenl Direclory Co-edilor 2 . . Spring Feslival Com. 2, 3 . . Junior Prom. RICHARD W. GREGOR- New Caslle High. SIDNEY GROSSMAN- Rochesler High . . Pill News 4. KENNETH K. GUST-Glassporl High . . Della Tau Della . . Pill News I, 2 . . Cap and Gown I . . Panlher 2 . . Track I . . Boxing l . . Cross Counlry I, 2 . . Wreslling 2. JEROME HAHN-Taylor Allderdice High . . Druids . . Cap and Gown Undergraduale Club . . Pill News I, 2 . . Debaling I, 2 . . Owl I . . Glee Club I-3 . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Peace Council I, 2. VIRGINIA A. HALEN -Ml. Lebanon High . . The-la Phi Alpha . . Cwens . . Class Cabinel 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Assembly 4, Social Com. 4 . . W.S.G.A. 4 . . Allar Guild 3, 4. RODGERS D. HAMILTON-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pill Rifles . . Quill Club . . Freshman Counsellor 3 . . Pill News I-4 . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Rille Team 2 . . Cross Counlry I. WILLIAM H. HAMMETT, JR.-Peabody High . . Phi Gamma Della . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. RICHARD HARMAN -Circleville High . . Amily Club 2, V. Pres. 3 . . Pill Players I, 2 . . Men's Debaling Assoc. I. GEORGIA C. HASSON-Weslinghouse High . . W.A.A. 2. HAROLD N. HAUGER-Scoll High . . Pill Band I-4, Mgr. 2-4. MATILDA JUNE HELFGOTT-Schenley High . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Rushing Chrm. 2: Soc. Chrm. 4 . . Xylon . . Senior Menlor . . Owl 2-4, Managing Edilor 4 . . Pill News 2 . . Panlher 2 . . Pill Players 2-4 . . CA. Cabinel 2-4, Sec. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Social Com. 3: High School Relalions Com. 4 . . Class Aclivilies Com. 3 . . Spring Feslival 3. HARRY S. HELLER-Soulh Hills High . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Pill News 2 . . Phi Alpha Thela . . Orcheslra 3, 4. KATHERINE HESS-Taylor Allderdice High . . Belhany College Transler . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 4 . . Spring Feslival 3. MARGARET HILL-Edgewood High . . Della Della Della . . Lake Erie College Transfer. PEARL HILSENRATH-Soulh Hills High . . W.S.A. 3, 4, Soc. Chrm. 4 . . Freshman Council . . W.S.G.A. Scholaslic Honors Com. 2, 3: Cusloms Com. 3. WALLACE L. HIRSCH-Donors High . , H-...Epsilon Pa, . ,, . . Druids . . I.F. Cou'n il I-Ti ma? Co ' M I . . Tennis I . . Inlra Afhnlelicsnl-4 I, . . Soph Hop, Chr ,ff fl' . 4 at at 1 ,. 'PW "'I ' fm 53 P' BARBARA A. HO Jcfesspn H. . Pm - all G.A. Housi r '- 3, 4: Schol'aslicJ'lov px ',. A ' ' 1' 'P " l 7f.-IQ., ROBERT ' li l. L aunon .high oibal .,"'."Hesl-' . , -li-4' . ' 'A I J f 2 I . ""' i I v lngmlp , E Q A . .1 a I 5- Ii: , 1 I- , . , I. CATHERINEQSAE l-?QLTON,r- "ei : -A I -I QQ- " -"' I "" ' - I 3 ,fl -va. ,.., .2 "' 3534? : -. BETH F. E., may lerxThu,gogf1zQIlIMi. ,ef.,, . pa K Gamma' Yi.ggPri-5.5 ,?gnzQge,Q,,' f- ., . g S H com. 4 Trsaij, 5 C '1-Pill. - Q, sensor ' 'R DULY ... Ireek . mb : W h ...MQ-A.. 4'4" I .1 . "U-. f..L 'Q , gg . -,LIS Jil: 0.1: L -In '3 N-an-P YW Jean Felton Lloyd Filer George Fiinn Ellen Fortlage G. Richard Frankovich Arthur Frankston Leonard Friedlander Richard Gardner Alene Garwood Jeanne Geib Leland Gigliotti Margaret Gillis Harriett Glasser James Gleeson John Glenn Miriam Goldstein Harold Goltsman Lawrence Goodman Jack Goodridge Evelyn Corey Evelyn Green Richard Gregor Sidney Grossman Kenneth Gust Jerome Hahn Virginia Halen Rodgers Hamilton William Hammett, Jr. Richard Harman Georgia Hasson Harold Hauger Matilda Helfgott Harry Heller Katherine Hess Margaret Hill Pearl Hillsenrath Catherine Hilton Wallace Hirsch Barbara Horner Robert Hoskin Beth Hughes Duly lvanovic RUGGERO ALDISERT-Carnegie High . . Druids . . John Mar- shall . . Omicron Della Kappa, Pres. 4 . . Junior Spoon Award . . Men's Debaling Assoc. I, 2 . . Pill News I-4, Eclilcr 4 . . S. F.A. Assembly 3, llalian Room Chrm. 4. ROSALIE F. ANDOLINA-Taylor Allderdice High . . W.A.A. 4 . . Newman Club 3, 4 . . C.A. 4. WILLIAM F. ARCH - Herminie High. ANITA PAT BARONE-Peabody High . , Pill News 2-4, Fine Arls Ed. 4 . . Panlher 2-4 . . S.F.A. Appoinlmenls Cam. 4 . . C.A. 3. SAMUEL F. BARONE-Sl. George High . . Chi Rho Nu . . Tennis 3, 4, Mgr. 4. KATHERINE H. BARRETT-Schenley High . . Y.W.C.A. 3 . . W.A. A. 3 . . W.S.G.A. 4 . . Class Social Com. A. KNOX BASSETT-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . S.F.A. 3, 4 . . Tennis I. MARGARET M. BAUMAN-Elna High. DOROTHY BENDER-Peabody High. ALBERTA BILLER-Sl. Juslin High . . Mounl Mercy Transfer . W.A.A. 3, 4, Ouling Club Sec. 4 . . S.F.A. Thealer Com. 3 . . W.S.G.A. Tradilions Com. 4. LEE J. BORGER-Dubois High . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pres. 4. RAYMOND C. BOWDEN, JR.-Soulh High. ARVINE M. BRADFORD--Schenley High . . Alpha Phi Alpha . Y.M.C.A. 2 . . Pill Lyceum I, 2. THOMAS L. BRANTHOOVER-Franlclin Township High . . Kappa Sigma . . Scabbard and Blade . . Pill Players 3. ROSE E. BRENNAN-Edgewood High . . Kappa Alpha Thela, Sec. 4 . . W.S.G.A. I-4 . . Freshman Council . . Class Publicily Com. I. BERNARD E. BRONK-Norwin High . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Soc. Chrm. 4 . . Band 2-4 . . Orcheslra I, 3. DAVID T. BUENTE-Oliver High . . Della Tau Della . . Scabbarcl and Blade . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Pill Rifles I-3, V. Pres. 2 . . Men's Glee Club I-4 . . S.F.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4 . . Spring Fes- lival Carnival Nighl Chrm. 3 . . Freshman Dance . . Sopl-1 Hop . . Junior Prom. HELEN L. auReEss-Langley High . . W.A.A. DAVID ARTHUR BYRNES, JR.-Soulh Hills High. ROBERT M. CAMPBELL--Dormonl High . . C.A. Cabinel 4 . . Amily Club I-4. DAN CANNON-Donora High . . Della Tau Della . . Druids . . Quill Club . . Pill News I . . Freshman Debaling . . Cap and Gown 2 . . Men's Council 3 . . Pill Players 4. 0 JOHN DANIEL CARR--Wesl Hazlelon High . . Nolre Dame Transfer . . Chi Rho Nu . . Newman Club 2, 3. ROCCO A. G. CERTO-Soulh Hills High . . llalian Club I-4. JOHN L. CHURBOCK--Monongahela High. PHYLLIS L. COHEN-Monongahela High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . Pill News 2-4 . . Class lnlerclass Sing Com. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Publicalions Com. 3. ALFRED R. CONTI-Taylor Allderdice High . . Nolre Dame Trans- ler . . lnlramural Alhlelics 2, 3. EDGAR J. COOKE-Lalrobe High . . Pi Kappa Alpha, V. Pres. 3: House Mgr. 4 . . Pill Rifles I . . Pill Players I . . l.F. Council 3, 4, Aclivilies Chrm. 4 . . Cap and Gown I-3 . . Demonslra- lion Bloclc I-4, Seclion Leader 2, 33 Com. 3, 4 . . Spring Fes- lival Carnival Nighl Bus. Mgr. 3 . . Freshman Dance . . Soph Hop, Bus. Mgr. . . Junior Prom, Bus. Mgr. EVELYN V. COREY- Munhall High . . Y.W.C.A. I-4 . . W.A A. 2-4 . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . Pillcin Club 3, 4. GRACE C. COYNE-Calhedral High. JEAN E. DAKER-Ml. Lebanon High . . Sullins College Transler. ROBERT C. DALZELL-Soulh Hills High . . Pill Band I-4, Treas. 4. JEAN L. DAVIS-Munhall High . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Regis- lrar 4 . , W.S.G.A. Cusloms Com. 3. ALICE MARIE DAY-Washinglon High . . Della Della Della . . Co-ed Caplain, Pill Rifles 3 . . Co-ed Maior, R.O.T.C. 4 . . Pill News 3, 4 . . Hearl Hop I, 3. LAWRENCE G. DEBOR-Soulh Hills High. EMIL A. DEILY-Harding High . . Thealron . . Undergraduale Cap and Gown Club . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Pill Players I-4. JOSEPH C. DEILY-Harding High . . Pillxin Club I-4 . . Y.M.C.A. I-4 . . Pill Players 2-4, Technical Mgr. 4 . . Cap and . . Spring Feslival 3. 1 -- Q' ...., . r HELEN E. DENNY-Jian le Hflilu. iXQua Women's Choral 2, 31, Q-::rW.A. 3 - - if I I 1 my f,uvm,,,.,.L-1-:M ii in 1 JAMES R. DICKE QQ-cfsfgon .511 . Rilles . . i3."54- 1 , 2 K' 1 ..---' E if-' if ' .' v -' - ' ffiiigilf " .. 'Sm I - .- -' - -5 ' E . ,.,., BURGENF1i 'f'Elf'll raw u p aab ' yvq-lag 5, T- Club H 1 u 2' I slrailion log gem. . 'hee ' . . H E el'-ima .21 H I :Q J 'N .gr ' . 35' .1 .' 1 HARRIET B. Q0 QA ' .Ta r Ailaesgla531i,Ha, g ,.,-. higan' 1 ' versily Transleqggg : 5 'QH3-.W My F iiiiafsaffig-'. . " U I A 1. if 1' - 'li ' I A llly . .5 . . ,L 1 RUTH R. EALSIEQ-fQ5Qeei."E1fa'l1Mi ' 6- '- ' ,.. 'al vjgsfsraf -44,34 - "'i'i":"'-G'ipQ l .W RUTH ENQEM g I ,.,, ,E-Lo' 1' f - lg , th. I . .amy -1-.--.ff 'M ' , ... .. " .vu may . . .. '115,,:2:.' ia.,x1.:, .-,, yflvyv . is g 11-:E L,l.fvZ:-,y,Q12'i..,.3,A,i:q,i as 59 "R " Ruggero Aldiserl Rosalie Andolina William Arch Anila Barone Samuel Barone Katherine Barreif A, Knox Bassefi Margaref Bauman Ruth Beachler Taano Dorofhy Bender Alberla Biller Lee Borger Raymond Bowden, Jr Arvine Bradford Thomas Branlhoover Rose Brennan Bernard Bronk David Buen+e Helen Burgess David Byrnes, Jr. Roberl Campbell Dan Cannon John Carr Rocco Cerfo John Churbock Phyllis Cohen Alfred Confi Edgar Cooke Grace Coyne Jean Daker Roberi Dalzell Jean Davis Alice Marie Day Lawrence Debor Emil Deily Joseph Deily Helen Denny James Dickenson Burgin Digby Harrief Dorfan Ruih Ealy Rufh Engelberg x . S' JOSEPH PETRYSHAK-Amhfsaaa High . . Kappa sigma. EDWARD D. Pooh-Mafaafahhfg Academy. JAMES R. REEs-aallavaa High . . eahf 3. EDWARD RENKUS-Casfle Sh ahha h High . . Pm Players 2. JOSEPH L. ROBERTS-Shadyside Academy . . Phi Gamma Delfa, Pres. 4 . . Omicron Delfa Kappa . . Druids, Pres. . . S.F.A., Pres. 45 Soc. Chrm. 3 . . Cap and Gown 3 . . Swimming, Mgr. 2. ROBERT P. ROSS-Peabody High . . Kappa Sigma, Pres. 4 . . P.B.l. . . Pil+ News . . l.F. Council 4 . . Traclc I. LEONARD SACHS-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Rush- ing Chrm. 2 . . P.B.l. . . Pifl Players . . High School Relafions Com. Chrm. ! . . S.F.A. Traffic Com. . . Demonsfrafion Bloclr, Seclion Leader 4. JAMES W. SAYLOR-Bellevue High . . Delfa Tau Delfa. JOHN H. SCHERER-Carriclc High. LOUIS I. SCHWARTZ-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Treas. 4 . . Piff News 2-4 . . Owl 3. ROBERT J. SEYBOLD-Willxinsburg High . . Pi Kappa Phi . . Golf 2-4 . . Panfher Club 3, 4. WILLIAM T. SHERIS-Peabody High . . Delia Tau Delfa . . Druids . . Y.M.C.A. I, Cabinef 23 Managemenf Com. 3, 4 . . Piff Rifles 2 . . Owl 2, 3, Edifor 4 . . P.B.l. . . Upperclassman Counselor 3,4 . . Panfher 2 . . Spring Fesfival 2: Novelfy Day Chrm. 3 . . Freshman Camp 2-4 . . Junior Prom. JOHN D. SHIDEMANTIE-Parlcer High . . Phi Gamma Delfa . . . . Universify Conceri Band I, 2. JOHN T. SHOEMAKER-Forcl Ciiy High . . Order of Arlus . Bela Gamma Sigma. WILLIAM J. SKRAK-Perry High. LOUIS SLEBER-Sewiclcley Twp. High . . Foofball 2-4. STEPHEN E. SMITH-Camden High . . Delia Mu Delfa. JOSEPH T. SPIEK-Homesfead High . . Baseball 3, 4 . . Infra- mural Afhlefics 2-4. ALFRED J. SPITZ-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi. JAMES W. SPROWLS-Wesl Alexander High. ALBERT P. STAMAN--Aliquippa High . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Upper- classman Counselor 4 . , Concerf Band 3, 4 . . Foofball Mgr. I-4. JACK P. STEPHAN-Breniwood High . . P.B.l. . . Fencing Club 4. THOMAS C. STEPHENSON-Alloona High . . Pi Kappa Alpha, V. Pres. 4 . . Undergraduale Cap and Gown Club 3,4 . . Cap and Gown I-4 . . Glee Club 4 . . Demonsfrafion Bloclc Seclion Leader 4 . . Owl 4. GEORGE SWINSTON, JR.-- Peabody High . . Swarfhmore College Transfer . . Phi Kappa Psi. JACK TOERGE-- Dormonf High . . Band I-4, Sfudenf Direcfor 4. LAWRENCE W. TREGONING-Alfoona High . . Traclc I-4 . . Panfher Club 3, 4 . . lnframural Afhlefics 3. EDWIN TREMBATH-Peabody High . . Omicron Delia Kappa . . Scabbard and Blade . . Undergraduafe Cap and Gown Club, Pres. 4 . . Pi'H' Rifles I,2 . . Y.M.C.A. I-4: Council 21 Cabinef 3,43 Managemenf Com. 3, 4 . . Owl 2-4: Organizafions Mgr. 3: Compfroller 4 . . Glee Club 2-4: Pres. 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . Junior Prom . . Mililary Ball 4 . . Musicians' Ball 4. ERNEST C. ULLOM-Dormonl High . . Phi Gamma Delia . Order of Arfus. ELLIS F. VAN SWEARINGEN-Easf High School . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Befa Gamma Sigma . . Order of Arfus . . Y.M.C.A. I-4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . Glee Club I-4 . . Varsify Ouarfef 3, 4. VIRGINIA VINNEDGE-Mf. Lebanon High . . Kappa Alpha Thefa . . W.A.A., Social Cam. 3 . . W.S.G.A., Acfivilies Com. 3: Serv- ice Com. 3 . . W.S.G.A. Transfer Com. 4 . . Owl 4. BLAIR P. WAKEFIELD-Dormonf High . . Alpha Kappa Psi . Cap and Gown 3, 4: Business Sfaff . . Owl 4. JAMES M. WARNOCK-Tyrone High. MILTON WASSERMAN-Fifih Avenue High . . P.B.l. . . Infra- mural Alhlefics 2. IRVING A. WECHSLER-Taylor Allderdice High . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Rushing Chrm. . . Druids . . Piff Players I . . P.B.l. . . Owl I . . S.F.A. Parking Com. 2. NATHAN L. WEDNER-Taylor Allderdice High. JACK H. WEIL-Dubois Public High. ROBERT F. WILHELM-Willrinsburg High . ..zP.B.l. I, 2, Treas. 3: Pres. 4 . . Piff Rifles . . I, 2, Cffgbinef 3, 4 . . Glee Club I-3, Sr. Mgr. 4 . . Cap Gown I i.::.Oper.a THOMAS B. WILKINS-sahahlayp-ii'gh'. ROBERT o. WIEEMUREL-51-aafggixah-aihgiesh High ff-ijuhia,5rsitxa.,,,afd51. Wisconsin Transfer . Phi Alphaii "I vi? ,ff STEPHEN YAa'lLoN5icrL4 :" rijaic-eeapshi I-ifgjhfssij OTPPGSOF- gia Transfer . ,'i:,l7.B.I. . . Piilf A layer? . Owl 254 and Gown 1,5 di- i,.Ji":'l:" 2, RICHARD A. YEAJ- - sallhiyilg-,High . .,Ailaghgavaca-iiaggsrsfag2 far '.iI..'Alpha yiegigpa Rag, 4 . ?1D3.i+sf2M5- l56'l1f-Qgfiigdli-5l.agg T "i:i 1 x ..-' aha A H. RAEEORD YOQQIE -ofaffiaa lgfigh . SEA, 3, Com ."' Clirrfiil 3, 4 Iwerialdinily 4 . . 'Goal Posfgrdphy . . Award Coml: Chrm. 4. ,N ,A -'f-.,.,, ...- - ---" A 'isf A ,,,., V ,. ,.....,..'4: u , WALTER, , af t gli. . ., -iff'-Uh' '-..- I- : .iz Chiiqiflhea-+f5Ee?2zf5 5 'WAR' f and -Gown 2-4. ,... f ,:,,. gi.. .,..,. 2 V .z,: . if 0. H Wi: Az. N . ig. my .. ,.,, Ah ., , 25, ' la A: -e'ifi" .fn 'T' ' a ,'.s12' . 4 Y '. 'L ' , . , - 57 A 'Z -af' 1 fi Q . -ff J Joseph Pefryshak Edward Pool James Rees Edward Renkus Joseph Roberfs Roberl' Ross Leonard Sachs James Saylor John Scherer Louis Schwarfz Roberf Seybold William Sheris John Shidemanfle John Shoemaker William Skrak Louis Sleber Slephen Smilh Joseph Spiek Alfred Spill James Sprowls Alberf Slaman Jack Stephan Thomas Sfephenson George Swinslon, Jr. J. Toerge Lawrence Tregoning Edwin Trembalh Ernesf Lillom Ellis Van Swearlngen Virginia Vinnedge Blair Wakefield James Warnock Milton Wasserman Irving Wechsler Nalhan Wedner Jack Weil Roberf Wilhelm Thomas Wilkins Roberl' Wrllmore Sfephen Yablonsky Richard Yeakel Raeford H. Young Waller Zischkau, Jr. S' J. ROBERT HOWELLS-Scoll High . . P.B.l. I . . Band 2-4. WILLIAM A. JAMES-Schenley High . . Tliela Chi . . P.B.l., Exec. Com. 4 . . Y.M.C.A., Council I-25 Cabinel 3, 4 . . Pill Band I-4 . . Pill Players 4. THOMAS R. JENKINS-Forly-Forl High . . Phi Gamma Della. ROBERT P. JONES-Ml. Lebanon High . . Della Tau Della, Pres. 4 . . Order of Arlus . . I.E. Council 3, Exec. Cam. 4 . . Panlher, Complroller 3, 4 . . Owl 4. WILLIAM E. JONES, JR.-Mercersburg Academy . . Phi Della Thela. ROBERT H. KIMMELL-Greensburg High . . Phi Della Thela . . Order ol Arlus. ELSIE E. KLEIN-Poinl Marion High . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Bela Gamma Sigma . . P.B.I. . . Pill Players 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A. Scholarship Com. 3. SHIRLEY KLEIN-Taylor Allderdice High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Soc. Chrm. 3, 4. JAMES H. KLINGENSMITH-Jeannelle High . . Pi Kappa Alpha. Sec. 3 . . Pill Players 4 . . Owl 4 . . Cap and Gown 3. ANDREW KLUCZKA-McKeesporl High. ROBERT N. KOESEL-Willcinsburg High . . P.B.l. SAM JOSEPH LA ROCCA-Soulh Fork High . . Johnslown Cen- ler Transler . . Bus. Ad. Club l, 2 . . lnlramural Alhlelics I, 2, 4. FRANK LEMAK-Willcinsburg High. SIDNEY ARNOLD LE 'Y--Ambridge High . . Bela Gamma Sigma . . P.B.I. I-4. JEROME B. LIEBER-Willcinsburg High . . Pi Lambda Phi . . John Marshall, Treas. 4 . . P.B.l., Treas. 25 Sec. 3 . . Pill News I-4 . . Debaling l-3 . . Cap and Gown 4 . . Pill Players 2-4 . . l.F. Ball 4. MORTON S. LINCOFF-Wells High . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Pres. 3, 4, Treas. 2 . . P.B.l. . . Pill Players, Ass'l Business Mgr. 2 . . S.F.A. 4 . . l.F. Council 3,4 . . Soph Hop . . Junior Prom. RAYMOND LITTLE-Wwshinglon-I. ee High . . Amily Club. SELWYN L. LOEB--Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi, V. Pres. 33 Pres. 4 . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Scabbarcl and Blade . . Pill Rifles, Soc. Chrrn. 2 . . Owl, Circulalion Mgr. 3, Business Mgr. 4 . . l.F. Council 4. PAUL C. LONDON -Taylor Allderdice High. ALVIN J. LUDWIG-Oliver High . . Thela Chi, Pres. 4 . . Phi Ela Sigma, Sec.-Treas. 2 . . Bela Gamma Sigma . . Order ol Arlus . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Debale I . . Men's Council, V. Pres. 3 . . Panlher, Adv. Slafl . . Cap and Gown, Complroller 3,4 . . l.F. Council, Pres. 4 . . l.F. Dall, Bus. Mgr. 3. EDWARD B. MALLOY-Bellevue High . . Bela Gamma Sigma. RAYMOND L. MARTIN-Sl. Juslin High . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . P.B.l. . . Newman Club . . lnlramural Alhlelics l-4. JOHN CLAYTON MASTOVICH-Franklin High . . Johnslown Cenler Transfer . . Drum Maior 3, 4 . . lnlramural Alhlelics l, 2,4. JOHN S. lMcCONNON-Taylor Allclerdice High . . Della Tau Della . . Cap and Gown l-4 . . Owl I . . Orchesira I, 2. MERYLE T. METZLER-Johnslown Cenlral High . . Phi Della Thela . . Pill News 3 . . Cap and Gown 3. DAVID H. MEYER-Alloona High . . Baseball 3, 4 . . lnlramural Alhlelics 3, 4. WILLIAM H. MEYER-Allonna High . . Baseball 3, 4 . . lnlramural Alhlelics 3, 4. FRANK D, MILLER-Easl Liverpool High . . Alpha Kappa Psi. RICHARD G, MILLER-Alloona High . . Phi Kappa . . Newman Club . . Rifle Team 2, 3 . . lnlramural Alhlelics 2-4. ARTHUR A. NAGEL-Schenley High . . Pill Rifles . . Pill Players I . . Mililary Ball 3. JOHN C. NEELY-Franklin High . . Phi Della Thela, Pledge- Masler 3: V. Pres. 4 . . Cap and Gown 4 . . Fencing Club 4 lnlramural Alhlelics 2-4. LOUISE NEGLEY-Crallon High . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2-4, Exec. Com. 4 . . Women's Choral 2-4 . . W.A.A. 2-4. WILLIAM J. NEICE-Wesleyville High . . Phi Della Thela . . Tum- bling 2 . . Volleyball 2. JOSEPH V. NEWMAN-Rayen High . . Omicron Della Kappa . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Order ol' Arlus . . Panlher Club . . Newman Club . . Tracl: 2-4. MAURICE J. NEWMAN-LincgTEEHigh . gizrooibsil 1 . . infra. mural Alhlelics 2-4. i 'il .5 CONSTANTINE J. NicHo-jAs,g1sg5enia'y lfgh ilpifs- Kappa " i "" FREDERICK ANTHONY NOAH -Mi. Eebarfon High BEN ORRlNGERf??iE,5aylor Alldergfee High. ' ' - f Moms ORTINB' ,ye - '3eQgr esiQimiglliflvfi'rhea+fQn. gggfg -'.f . Hiiivficffl CQ' 3 ' ' ll'2n3f2n'S Cl'?'?'l2E Ticliel Mgr, N55 i .E ,.,... f gif W: ' DICK PAGE:44Gg51Tfil-fal oa+Hsi1g:igg1jf9h . . cap me egawx . . lg.-.ry lher 23.3 fi . ,, H :QSLBIGF ""' ., -, -- 3.4, 1 .-:: g, ,-. -,f -A, - . .3,4 .,, z.,,,.--- 2,'3,I-:fl lnlrariigfals 3,4 Ereshman .-KPSdph M SAUL PARANSKXjlxf:55SQbQ!Jl.Q,X..'Hll9ll. ..,. 'Rings . . . """ ,..- "'-" 1 1 is 1- : 1 Q ' KENNETH A' Pwlil 1..- -'-isi i'-f' " -"-f 1 --'-'r '-ir' "i" . is-1' 'J if .-4' -L... -Q ii. 'ir QQ' wif I fi rd' Q-r .ff f 33 90 we --i 0.14 nv-If Ski wt' Tumi - -1 J. Roberl Howells William James Thomas Jenkins Roberf Jones William Jones Roberl Kimmell Elsie Klein Shirley Klein James Klingensmiih Andrew Kluczka Roberf Koesel Sam La Rocca Frank Lemak Sidney Levy Jerome Lieber Morion Lincoff Raymond Lifile Selwyn Loeb Paul London Alvin Ludwig Edward Malloy Raymond Marlin John Masfovich John McConnon Meryle Mefzler David Meyer William Meyer Frank Miller Richard Miller Arfhur Nagel John Neely Louise Negley William Neice Joseph Newman Maurice Newman Consfanfine Nicholas 'Wir ,ffl-9 Frederick Noah Ben Orringer Mollie Orfinberg Dick Page Saul Paransky William Parker Kenneih Peifer 54 K? 5' ALVIN M. ACKERMAN -McKeespor+ High . . Befa Gamma Sigma . . Order of Arfus . . Men's Debafing Assoc. 2. HORACE G. ARCHER-Zelienople . . Duquesne Universify Trans- fer . . Befa Gamma Sigma. DELWYN W. ANDERSON-LaPorfe High . . Phi Delfa Thefa . . Panfher Club 4 . . Track 2-4 . . Cross Counfry 2.3. SAMUEL B. ARONSON-Taylor Allderdice High . . Piff Rifles . . Owl, Ass'f Phofography Ed. 4 . . Panfher, Phofography Sfaff 4 . . Junior Prom . . Milifary Ball 3, 4. CORTLAND BACALL-Peabody High . . Scabbard and Blade . . Omicron Delfa Kappa . . Order of Arfus . . Druids . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Pi'r'f Rifles . . Pi++ News I, 3, Bus. Mgr. 4 . . Glee Club I, 23 Mgr. 3 . . Band 3 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2, 3. DONALD F. BADDOCK-George Washingfon High, New York . . Virginia Universily Transfer . . Phi Epsilon Pi. ANDREW J. BAKER-Oliver High. RAY G. BENDER-Harrisonburg High . . Phi Gamma Delia . . P.B.l. . . Men's Debafing Assoc. I . . Glee Club I, 4 . . Cap and Gown 2, 3 . . Amify Club. JOHN G. BENZ, JR.-Peabody High . . Phi Delfa Theia . . Pan- fher Club, V. Pres. 4 . . Foofball 2-4. BETTY R. BIRON-Willxinsburg High . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treas. 4 . . S.F.A. Employmenf Council 4 . . Sfafisiics Com. 3 . . Class Inferclass Sing Com. 3. ROBERT L. BLACK-Tyrone High . . Phi Delfa Thefa, Treas. 2-4 . . Inframural Afhlefics I-4 . . Baseball Mgr. 2.3. ANTHONY J. BLUM-Barnesboro High. ERNEST B. BONELLI-Aspinwall High . . Foofball I-4 . . Baseball 3, 4. GAIL BRENDLINGER-Pifcairn High . . Chi Omega, Pledge Mofher 23 Sec. 3 . . P.B.l. . . W.S.G.A. Housing Board . . Pan- hellenic Council 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 3, 4 . . Piff Players 2, 4 . . W. A.A. 2-4 . . Tennis Com. Chrm. 3 . . Oufing Club, Pres. 4. JOHN D. BROWN-Cenfral Preparaiory High . . Delfa Mu Delia, Sec 2: Pres. 3 . . A.l.B., Sec. 2 . . Alpha Kappa Psi, Sec. 3. T. JAMES BRYDE-Braddock High . . P.B.l. . . Newman Club. ALFRED J. BUSH -Taylor High . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Leffermen's Club 3, 4 . . Baseball 2-4 . . Track I. 2. PAUL COHEN - Fifih Avenue High. LOUIS E. COX--Tyrone High . . Phi Delia Thefa . . Upperclass- man Counselor 4 . . Sr. Announcemeni' Com. Chrm. JOHN A. CROSBY--Leechburg High . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Freshman Tennis. KENNETH CRUNKLETON-Carrick High . . Delfa Tau Delia . . Basliefball I . . P.B.l. . . Soccer 2. ROBERT MARSHALL DAVIS-Langley High . . Washingfon and Jefferson College Transfer . . P.B.l. . . Men's Glee Club 2, 3, Mgr. 4: Quarfef, Mgr. 3, 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2-4 . . Y.M.C.A. 4. JAMES J. DUFFY-Allenfown High , . Scabbard and Blade . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Newman Club l . . Ass'f Baslcefball Mgr. I,2. JEROME M. EISNER-Taylor Allderdice High . . Glee Club 4 . . Cap and Gown l-2. HERBERT W. FINNEY-Fiffh Avenue High . . Delia Sigma Pi. MEYER H. FOGEL-Peabody High . . Phi Efa Sigma . . Befa Gamma Sigma . . Piff News I-3 . . Chess Team. PAUL R. FOLEY-Swissvale High . . Phi Delfa Thefa . . Foofball I-4. ROBERT GESTRICH--Shaler High . . Panfher Ediforial Board . . Piff Players 2-4. MARGARET C. GIBSON - Edgewood High '. . Kappa Alpha Thefa, Rushing Chrm. 4 . . Cwens . . Hisforian Com. 2 . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . Sfyle Com, Chrm. 4 . . S.F.A. Appoinfmenfs Com. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Commission 4 . . W.A.A. Swimming Com. MERVYN W. GLASS-Dufion High . . Delfa Sigma Pi. FRANK GOIDICH-Oliver High . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . P.B.l. . . Cap and Gown 3, 4 . . Owl 3, 4 . . Piff Players 3, 4. EVERETT GREEN-Langley High . . Duquesne Universify Transfer . . Phi Alpha. ALVIN J. GROSS-Taylor Allderdice High . . Pi Lambda Phi, Treas. 3 . . Omicron Delia Kappa . . Fifi Rifles . . Panfher, Adverfising Mgr. 3: Bus. Mgr. 4 . . I.F. Council 3 . . PiH Play- ers I . . Owl I,2 . . Cap and Gown, Bus. Mgr. 3, 4 . . Piff Rifles . . I.F. Ball, Bus. Mgr. GILBERT H. HAHN --Johnsfown . . Jolifisfown Cenfer Trans- fer . . Inframural Afhlefics JOSEPH HAMMER-Schenley MILTON HAMNl?'E-i?.i'i?l"?'il,sY.f:fiI'i9I15-ff, ' RUSSEL W. HARMOAN DB-maii+ Hiahfi if HARRIS Fs'.gElAW,Ri,NS-.Ag-'Nfew .,.. rglaqggg-fi,Hfg- s.gDel,gsgIa,aggJ9eI+a, Treas. 4 . .'l:Foo?i?:aIl I-4f 7' ii fi? Emma FRANCES A. Mi, Fgwridafy B..ld5Ti3f'p?'r.,L Iegef Transfer if Delia liii+eTiDeIfIEI? Chrm.. RAYMOND J. 'll fordfhliiglieaf Sfafe Collegef5j?ra'i'nsfe,!f..g1E3Qi 3, 4. g ' 1. THE0D91R.E..fM-' Hiflii i Treasgf23 . . . Cari-, ahd Lfppe Counselor 4 . I-4 . . I.F. Coimcil, Treas. 4 . . Fesfival ,... "'s'-' - '-...I .,,, .4 , .,..., I gll- .Q . rr' 'F .af l I -.L ,..,.,,,.,,.,.', , ,..i. - . in . ,!t,EU1:EA 5 -.:,.,,.- .Im-IZ... -.1--,.-.,,..-.4..a-.-:H- , ' . 53 ' i- 'Y ' ..,-5-. A Alvin Ackerman Delwyn Anderson Horace Archer Samuel Aronson Corlland Bacall Donald Baddock Andrew Baker Ray Bender John Benz, Jr. Beliy Biron Roberl Black Anthony Blum Ernes? Bonelli Gail Brendlinger John Brown T. Bryde Alfred Bush Paul Cohen Louis Cox John Crosby Kennelh Crunklelon Roberf Davis James Duffy Jerome Eisner Herberi Finney Meyer Fogel Paul Foley Roberf Gesirich Margarel Gibson Mervyn Glass Frank Goidich Everelf Green Alvin Gross Gilbert Hahn Joseph Hammer Milfon Hammer Russel Harmon Harris Hawkins Frances Hewes Raymond Hindrichs Theodore Hook Ellioft Howell has ' ' a' ' nf . ' dr -.-.-. 1.. 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BeTTy Toddie, lvlary RuTh l-losey, GerTrude For-man, Adele Yorio, Julia Clemens, l-larrieT Glasser. SixTeen years ago, in a ceremony similar To Thar oT a ninTh cenTury English corona- Tion, The TirsT Senior Queen aT The UniversiTy oT PiTTsburgh was crowned. Since Then, each year a senior girl has been chosen Tor The royal reign oT one year, The highesT honor a senior girl may receive. Possessing "The ideals oT Tine womanhoodf' she is selecTed by her classmaTes Tor superior characTer, beauTy, personaliTy, Tor main- Taining a high academic sTanding, Tor parTicipaTion in exTracurricular acTiviTies. and Tor unselTish service To her universiTy. To her, The senior girls pay TribuTe and see in her Their own ideal oT whaT a woman graduaTe oT The UniversiTy oT PiTTsburgh should be. The Omicron DelTa Kappa Award is given annually To ThaT senior who besT repre- senTs The Type oT man The UniversiTy would like To call alumnus. The awardee is chosen by a special commiTTee oT O.D.K. members. 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Machesney Dr. McKay Mrs. Miller Dr. Oliver ll-lis daughTer oT The same name, Marion McKay, shares his musical inTeresTs.l Mrs. Miller disTrilouTes cookies wiTh perTecT imparTialiTy, arranges Teas ThaT reTlecT good English TasTe, wiTh Tlowers and candleliT Tea Tables, and is a Triend To all who come inTo her realm oT hospiTaliTy- The Commons Room. Dr. John Oliver, head oT The hisTory deparTmenT, brings To class a cherubic smile: Takes a special TaTherly inTeresT in his children and in all young people inTeresTecl in hisTory. Dr. William T. RooT, head oT The psychology deparTmenT, puTs over imporTanT ideas in abnormal psych class by means oT humorous dramaTizaTions. l-l. l-l. RoThrock, head oT The indusTrial engineering school, gives in- Tormal, clown-To-earTh lecTures ThaT show a genuine grasp of The subiecT. Dr. WhiTTord I-T. ShelTon, chairman oT The deparTmenT oT modern languages, makes mildly sarcasTic remarks in French and Then laughs hearTily aT Them. WiTh no French dread oT Tresh air, he opens all windows as soon as he enTers The classroom. Long, lean, serious Dr. R. E. Sherrill gives his very popular geology lecTures in a soTT Texas drawl, a by-producT oT his summer hobby, drilling Tor oil. Dr. Alexander Silverman, head OT The chemisTry deparTmenT, some- Times reverses The usual order and makes sTudenTs lecTure To The class. NexT To his love Tor cigars, which he is Trying To abaTe by sucking lic- orice, he likes and collecTs glass OT all kinds. Dr. James S. Taylor, head oT The maTh deparTmenT, wiTh a good sense OT Tun, gives ouT as many maThemaTical puzzles as orThodox maTh problems. iecTs, buT we have learned as much Trom sTudying Them as Trom sTudying Their lec- Tures. We remember Their personaliTies, Their idiosyncrasies. Their jokes. We re- member Mrs. LohsToeTer's lo g i c abouT grammar "You can'T was unTil you have is'dl" .... Dr. Blackwood's enioymenT oT his physics experimenTs .... Fergy's as- signmenT oT compulsory aTTendance aT all UniversiTy dances .... PeTerson's grin. BuT seriously, iT has been The TaculTy ThaT has made college more Than a place To learn TacTs. EducaTion is parTly books and sTudy, and parTly knowing people like Them. Dr. RooT Mr RoThrock Dr 5helTOn 'F Dr. Sherrill Dr. Silverman Dr. Taylor 43 We like The way They Teach Their sub- ie Dr. Graper lvlr. l-lagan Dr. Held lhe allernoon because he delesls early morning ones. A lringe ol red hair lops lhe lall lorm ol Dr. Monl Gabberl ol lhe philosophy deparlmenl who is as greal in hearl as he is in size. Fishing and goll score as his lavorile sporls. Dr. Elmer D. Graper, aulhorily in po- lilical science, demands plenly ol work and gels il, and, has lhe dislurbing abilily lo ask ueslions neilher man nor sainl ever heard ol belore. James l-lagan, direclor ol alhlelics, I928 hallback on lhe lirsl Pill leam lo go lo lhe Rose Bowl, knows all lhe boys on all alh- lelic leams by lheir lirsl names. Dr. Omar C. l-leld ol lhe College ollice slraighlens oul "major and minor" prob- lems and clarilies schedule dillicullies wilh a minimum ol luss and bolher. Dr. l-lulchisson Y. M. Secrelary Bill l-lammaker has a weakness lor plaid lies, an inleclious grin, and a special brand ol sincerily. Waller R. l-lovey, line arls head, lils in wilh our conceplion ol an arl crilic, wilh his immaculale grooming and cullured voice, and yel makes sense lo our mundane minds even when he discusses arlislic abslraclions. Dr. Elmer l-lulchisson, head ol lhe physics deparlmenl, and also a member ol lhe Publicalions Board, somelimes lorgels radioaclivily lo join in lhe "Screwball" aclivily ol lhe publicalions parlies. Dr. Auleene Jamison shows genuine inleresl in all her visilors, and is molherly wilhoul being senlirnenlal. Dr. O. E. Jennings, head ol lhe biology deparlmenl and direclor ol lhe Lake Laboralory, illuslrales his biology leclures wilh board skelches. Dr. l-lenry l.eighlon's blue eyes lwinkle benealh neally combed while hair. l-le is head ol lhe geology deparlmenl, now in his lhirlielh year al Pill, and his knowledge and obliging manner earn him lhe respecl and lriendship ol lacully and sludenls alike. Prolessor L. C. McCandliss, civil engineering head, spins his walch chain as he leclures. Roberl lvlachesney, advisor and pal lo publicalions people, and an old C. 81 G. man, likes aller-dinner speaking and dancing wilh chorus girls: never gels lo censor iokes unlil lhey have been lried oul on him. Dr. Marion McKay, economic prolessor, likes lo play oul-ol-door roles, ranging lrom baseball lan lo head chel al lacully sleak lries. 42 Mr. l-lammaker Mr. l-lovey Dr. Jamison Dr. Jennings Dr. Leighlon Mr. lvlcCandliss 1 r-, s K e Mr. Quick Dr. Baldwin Dr. Black The Department Heads "The True UniversiTy is a collecTion of books" . . . and OT people . . . and perhaps we may be excused Tor Thinking of our TaculTy as a rare collecTion. CerTainly we gain knowledge more easily siTTing aT The TeeT oT The proTessors Than we do by digging in musTy Tombs in The library: we usually Tind our Teachers somewhaT more lively Than The Encyclopedia BriTTannica. And somehow along wiTh The biTs oT wisdom ThaT we have gleaned Trom Them, we always remember Their personaliTies. We like The way ..... RegisTrar J. G. Quick wiTh quieT eTTiciency supervises schedule cards, approves deferred paymenT plans, manages blue prinT disTribuTion, and card-punching whirl oT regisTraTion week. Sandy-haired Dr. Leland Baldwin is so enThusiasTic abouT hisTory ThaT he sTays up nighTs aTTer his many duTies as head OT The UniversiTy libraries, To wriTe books like Pi'H'sburgh, The STory of a CiTy and The DelecTable CounTry, a besT seller. QuieT and reserved Dr. RoberT M. Black, head of The deparTmenT oT mining engineering, knows his Tield Through and Through. Dr. l-larold C. Carlson, called "Swedie" by his bo s, makes up such Tamous play TormaTions Tor The baskeTball Team as The "Figure EighT" and The "Busy Bee." Tall, broad-shouldered William DauTen- bach, assisTanT To The Dean of Men. man- ages The LosT and Found room and Takes TickeTs aT The UniversiTy dances. Dr. Manuel C. Elmer colors his sociology lecTures by relaTing pasT experiences in horse-Trading, dramaTics, a nd cheese- making. His phoTographic memory dares you To cuT class. Dr. Theodore M. "Pop" Finney, head OT The music deparTmenT, wanders around The TourTh Tloor wiTh a sTack OT records piled up To his chin-and knows all abouT Them Too. George Raymond FiTTerer who heads The deparTmenT oT merallurgical engineering combines an inTeresT in music wiTh his knowledge oT meTals: holds his classes in Dr- Gobbefl awk Dr. Carlson Mr. DauTenbach Dr. Elmer Dr. FinneY Mr' Fllierer 4-I Dean of Menis Cffice 809 is The open door To big evenTs Tor every man Trom The shyesT greenhorn To The campus biggie. l-lere, sand- wiched beTween The Tuck Shoppe and The "Owl" oTTice is The busTling Dean oT Men's OTTice. l-lere, in The aTmosphere ThaT gives a man The sense oT belonging, quieT, soTT-spoken Dr. VincenT W. l.anTear presides as dean. To The dean's oTTice, pervaded by The Teeling oT hospi- TaliTy and hominess, The Treshman brings his seemingly- serious problems, his nebulous plans, his high-sounding aims, Tor here he is cerTain oT a sympaTheTic hearing and kindly advice. AssisTanTs To The Dean are Mr. Theodore Biddle, Mr. RoberT Corley, and Mr. Edward Vlfilliams. Falling wiThin The scope oT Mr. Biddle's acTiviTies are duTies oT inTerviewing and selecTing chairmen Tor The various social TuncTions, see- ing ThaT dances run oTT smooThly, worlcing wiTh Cap and Gowners and aTTending To The numberless oTher brow- wrinlcling deTails connecTed wiTh The direcTing oT Things exTra-curricular. The TraTerniTy guesTion is Taclcled, and cap- ably so, by Mr. Corley. IT is wiTh his assisTance ThaT rushing, Dean VincenT W. l.anTear house-parTies, scholasTic sTanding and The oTher li++Ie head- aches oT TraTernal liTe are smooThed ouT. Through Mr. Wil- liams, direcTor oT The men's employmenT service, new iobs and parT-Time employmenT can be secured. And in These almosT-Too-masculine environs, Mrs. RuTh Cubbison, Mrs. Abie DorTield and Miss Lorene Kessler add The delicaTe Teminine Touch and, wiTh Their pleasanTries and business-like eTTiciency, malce The oTTice a Tavored place Tor all sTudenTs. Ed Williams Miss Wallace, Mrs. Culobison, Mrs. DorTield Bob Corley 40 Ted Biddle Dean Thyrsa W. Amos Dean of Womenis Ciffice Worried abouT grades or acTiviTies? WanT a parT-Time posiTion To make a liTTle exTra money? Or do you iusT need plain, old-fashioned advice? ln any case, Take your Troubles To I209 CaThedral. l-lere The FirsT Lady OT The Dean oT Women's oTTice siTs ready To help solve your problems. The well-known, sTaTely Tigure is presenT aT mosT affairs and generally oversees The acTiviTies oT all women aT The UniversiTy. MosT oTTen she can be Tound in her oTTice inTerviewing sTudenTs, making Tinal arrangemenTs Tor a TradiTional ceremony, or planning parT oT The OrienTaTion program Tor w o m e n. l-lappiesT when making F oThers happy is dean oT women Thyrsa W. Amos. Probably The biggesT acTiviTy woman on cam- pus is The assisTanT To The FirsT Lady. Supervising all exTra-curricula acTivi- Ties, she acTs as advisor To Cwens, lVlorTar Board and o T h e r honoraries. l-ler liTe is one oT inTer- viewing sTudenTs abouT Their own or Their organ- 39 On Monday evening, May 5, Thyrsa W. Amos, dean of women, died aTTer an exTencled illness. A greaT educaTor, a sympaTheTic friend and counselor of hundreds oT sTudenTs, and a moving influence in civic liTe has passed from The scene aTTer TwenTy-Two years of academic leadership aT The UniversiTy. izaTion problems and aTTending commiTTee meeT- ings. Aiming To build a beTTer liTe Tor PiTT women is The work oT assisTanT dean oT women Miss l-lelen Poole Rush. Women sTudenTs who are undecided abouT Their vocaTion or worried abouT obTaining em- ploymenT, Tind Their besT Triend in The oTher assisTanT dean. She also knows all abouT PiTT's housing problems. To TurTher PiTT women Toward a financial success is The endeavor oT assisTanT d e a n oT w o m e n lvlrs. Frances McLaughlin I-lolland. 0uTsicle The privaTe oTTices, are Two Trim young girls who see ThaT everyThing runs smooTh- ly. They Type, answer The phones, make appoinT- menTs, and add To general eTTiciency. BuT more, Their Triendly smiles are The TirsT To greeT you as you enTer The oTTice-ThaT's secreTaries Jane Key and Kay STurm. Helen Poole Rush Mrs. Frances McLaughlin l-lolland Kay STurm and Jane Key "J pn DR. WILLIAM S. MCELLROY On his Tarm, where he spends as much Time as he can, Dr. McEIIroy Tinds relieT Trom all The responsibili- Ties enTailed in direcTing Med School. I-laving grad- uaTed Trom PiTT The previous year, he served as iunior grade lieuTenanT in The Medical Reserve oT The UniTed STaTes Navy during I9I7. Since his appoinTmenT as Dean in January I939, he has worked conTinuousIy To give his sTudenT docTors compleTe modern eguipmenT. AIThough aT presenT he is conducTing no research, Dr. McEIlroy has worked exTensively on pernicious anemia, blood pigmenT and kidney TuncTions. DEAN RUTI-I PERKINS KUEI-IN PeTiTe Mrs. RuTh Perkins Kuehn is convinced ThaT nursing is The ideal proTession Tor women and is en- ThusiasTic abouT working wiTh people, parTicularly pub- lic healTh nurses. A graduaTe oT The Children's Memorial I-lospiTaI in Chicago, Mrs. Kuehn was associaTed wiTh The School oT Nursing aT Ohio STaTe unTil coming To The Univer- siTy in I939. She now is naTional presidenT oT Sigma TheTa Tau, honorary scholasTic TraTerniTy Tor nurses. When noT busy wiTh professional duTies, Mrs. Kuehn plays The pipe-organ and likes To coIIecT china. DEAN C. LEONARD O'CONNELL C. Leonard C'Connell, born and educaTed in The PiTTsburgh disTricT, is a graduaTe oT The UniversiTy oT PiTTsburgh. Joining The Pharmacy sTaTT in I922, he was ProTessor O'ConneIl Tour years Ia+er, and in I932 be- came Dean oT The School oT Pharmacy. Civic noTable, prominenT conTribuTor To proTessional Iournals, and one-Time presidenT oT The Pennsylvania PharmaceuTical SocieTy, This youThTuI looking dean dis- penses Triendly advice To sTudenTs. I-Ie is inTeresTed in The sTucly oT educaTional philosophies. DEAN WILBER I. NEWSTETTER Dean WilberT I. Ne'wsTeTTer, oT The School OT Ap- plied Social Sciences, is a sporTsman and scienTisT combined. I-le direcTs a privaTely-owned boys' camp in The wilds oT Canada every summer. There, he is able To Tish, work wiTh boys, and puT inTo acTual pracTice some OT The Theories oT group work wiTh which he and his classes wresTle all winTer long. The dean claims he has The ideal summer, being able To work, relax, and play aT The same Time. DR. EDMUND l-l. ERIESELL Respecfed as a leader in denfal educafion, Dr. Edmund l-l. Eriesell is one of fhe few faculfy men who have been wifh fhe Universify for over fwenfy years. During fhaf fime he has developed fhe Denfal School info one of fhe largesf and mosf highly respecfed schools in fhe counfry and has developed a high de- gree of loyalfy fo fhe school among denfal graduafes. Among his achievemenfs is a denfal library museum including aufhorifafive collecfions of maferial cover- ing fhe discovery and developmenf of surgical anaes- fhesia. DR. EINAR W. JACOBSEN Ouf of fhe Wesf comes Dr. Einar W. Jacobsen, Dean of fhe School of Educafion since Sepfember, from his posf as superinfendenf of fhe Oakland, Cali- fornia schools. l-le also faughf af Columbia and was acfive in fhe Associafion of American School Super- infendenfs. A nafive Californian, Dr. Jacobsen is inferesfed in fhe presenfafion of educafional ideals nof fhrough fexf books buf fhrough arfs. Experience in opera and sfock companies during high school days may poinf fo fhe success he will have and has already had in producing sfriking educafional pageanfry. DR. E. ALLEN l-IOLBROOK Dr. E. Allen l-lolbrook, head of fhe School of Engi- neering and lvlines, fhis year had his problems doubled. Over IOOO sfudenfs were enrolled in his deparfmenf under fhe engineers-for-defense plan sponsored by fhe Unifed Sfafes Office of Educafion. ln addifion fo fhese dufies he confinued fo keep his own schools run- ning smoofhly and chairmaned fhe American lnsfifufe of Mining and lvlefallurgical Engineers. Dr. l-lolbrook's keen inferesf in fhe acfive affairs of Omicron Delfa Kappa was heighfened when fhe sec- ond of his sons was fapped fo fhe senior honorary, giving fhe dean fhe disfincfion of being fhe firsf O.D.K. member fo have fwo sons inducfed. DEAN EUGENE A. GILMORE Because of his unassuming and friendly ways, dis- finguished Eugene A. Gilmore is a favorife among 'iis sfudenfs. One-fime acfing governor-general of fhe Philippine Islands, he is an educafor as well, having been former presidenf and dean of Law School af lowa Universify, and professor of law af Wisconsin. l-le is now Dean of fhe Piffsburgh Law School which organized as a deparfmenf of fhe old Wesfern Univer- sify of Pennsylvania in l895, became fhe School of Law in fhe Universify of Piffsburgh in l908. Today, quarfered on fhe fourfeenfh and fiffeenfh floors of fhe Cafhedral, Piff's law school sfands among fhe fin- esf in fhe counfry. -., fix M. The Deans of the Schools DR. CHARLES S. TIPPETTS Genial Dr. Charles S. Tippeffs became Dean of fhe School of Business Adminisfrafion in l935, affer leav- ing his posf of economics professor af Buffalo Univer- sify. Through his efforfs, fhe Piff Business lnsfifufe, an organizafion for business sfudenfs, was organized. Dr. Tippeffs' principal inferesf is fhe sfudenf, and if is his belief fhaf fhe Biz Ad School frains young men and women fo undersfand fhe economic and business world and leads fhem fo a successful and socially useful career. This spring, Dean Tippeffs will complefe his adminis- frafion af fhe Universify fo become l-leadmasfer of lvlercersburg Academy of which he is an alumnus. DR. STANTON C. CRAWFORD- As direcfor of fhe acfivifies of fhe largesf under- graduafe body in fhe Universify, Dr. Crawford has an inferesf in fhe problems of educafion and fhe person- alifies who are members of fhe College. Before be- coming Dean of fhe College, Dr. Crawford was asso- ciafed wifh fhe Universify as a professor of biology, head of fhe Johnsfown Cenfer for several years, and served as a I-ligh School Relafions adminisfrafor. Dean Crawford's varied inferesfs reach info fhe classics, research, biology, sea fales, and defecfive fhrillers. Togefher wifh Jrhese differenf inferesfs, he also has had a variefy of professions, including fhose of a feacher, zoologisf, and educafional adminisfrafor. 36 Administrative Qfficers of the University John Gabbert Bowman, M.A., LL.D., Litt. D.. .. . , .Chancellor Rutus H. Fiizgeiaia, M.A. ............... .... P iavasi John Weber, M.E., Sc.D. .... ........... S ecretary Stanton C. Crawtord, Ph.D.. . . . . . ................... ..... D ean ot the College Elmer Allen l-lolbroolc, E.M. ....... ..... D ean ot the School ot Engineering and the School ot Mines Charles S. Santord Tippetts, Ph.D. .... ..... Dean ot the School ot Business Administration William Swindler McEllroy, M.D.. .. . ....... Dean ot the School ot Medicine Eugene A. Gillmore, Ph.D. ...... ....... D ean ot the School ot Law C. Leonard O'Connell, Phar.D. ......... .... D ean ot the School ot Pharmacy l-l. Edmund Eriesell, D.D.S., LL.D., Sc.D. .... ..... D ean ot the School ot Dentistry William T. Root, Ph.D. ..........,... ,............... D ean ot the Graduate School Wilber Irvin Newstetter, M.A.. .. .... Dean ot the School ot Applied Social Sciences Ruth Perkins Kuehn, RN., M.A. ....... . ......... Dean ot the School ot Nursing Thyrsa Wealtheow Amos, M.A., LL.D.. .. ................................ Dean ot Women Edward Ray Weidlein, M.A., Sc.D., LL.D.. .. .... Director ot the Mellon Institute ot Industrial Research J. Gilbert Quick, B.S. ............... . .............. ......... u uiveisiiy Registrar Leland Baldwin, Ph.D. .. .. ..... ..,.. A cting Librarian George Stanley Rupp .......... ............ ........ . . . . . .University Bursar and Assistant Treasurer Frank William Shoclcley, A.B.. .Director ot the University Extension Division, ot the Summer Sessions, ot the Late Atter- noon, Evening and Saturday Classes Einar W. Jacobson, Ph.D. ..........,.. ................ D ean ot the School ot Education Bishop Brown, A.B. ....... .... D irector ot the Research Bureau ot Retail Training Ralph J. Watkins, Ph.D.. .. ....... Director ot the Bureau ot Business Research William Morrell, A.B.... ..... ............... u uiveisiiy Editor Robert X. Graham, M.A. .... ..... D irector ot the University News Service l-l. Clittord Carlson, M.D. ..,................. ............ D irector ot the Student l-lealth Service Ralph W. Wilson, Colonel, C.A.C., U. S. Army ..... .... D irector ot the Student Health Service tor Women John Lee l-lolcombe, Colonel, C.A.C., U. S. Army .........,,.............. Director ot Military Science and Tactics Raymond L. Coss, B.S. in M.E. .................. ..... S uperintendent ot the Department ot Buildings and Grounds James l-lagan, B.S. ............ ..... .................... .... D i r ector ot Athletics viuceui wesiey Luiiieui, Pii.D. ..., ........... D ean ot Men Theodore W. Biddle, Ed.M.. .. ..... Assistant Dean ot Men Robert R. Corley, M.A.. . . ..... Assistant Dean Ot Men l-lelen Poole Rush, M.A. ............... .... A ssistant Dean ot Women Mrs. Frances McLaughlin l-lolland, M.A. .... .... A ssistant Dean ot Women 35 Mr. Rufus Fitzgerald "The classroom comes TirsT," says lvlr. FiTz- gerald, UniversiTy ProvosT, "buT along wi+h ThaT we musT have acTiviTies ThaT develop iniTiaTive, inTegriTy, cooperaTion, and iudg- menT." This is The philosophy oT Ruius l-l. FiTzger- ald who careTully considers educaTional prob- lems in his quieT oTTice and solves Them in colla'ooraTion wiTh The TaculTy. l-Tis principal inTeresT is, and always will be, The sTudenT. AlerT and alive when he Talks To you, he remembers you well aTTer only one meeTing. And he is always happiesT when he is building: building beTTer TaciliTies, building a program oT acTiviTies, buT Tinally, and rnosT imporTanT, building The characTer oT The in- dividual sTudenT. Dr. J0l"ll'l WCBZI' STone and sTeel have long been a parT oT Dr. John Weber's liTe. A mechanical en- gineer by proTession, he has served The Uni- versiTy in charge oT The consTrucTion and mainTainance oT The CaThedral. Amazing as iT may seem, Dr. Weber knows The locaTion and dimension oT every sTone in The Ca- Thedral. lnTeresTed in sTudenT aTTairs buT wiTh liTTle chance To parTicipaTe due To his speciTic TuncTions as secreTary oT The UniversiTy and Board oT TrusTees, Dr. Weber has been oT service To The UniversiTy as a sTudenT, en- gineering proiessor, head oT The Engineering deparTmenT, and adminisTraTor since l909. AlThough his duTies are many and exacT- ing, he sTill Tinds Time To be a sporTs en- ThusiasT. l-le is an ardenT TooTball Tan, buT boxing runs a close second in his inTeresT. CHANCELLOR BOWMAN An energeTic idealisT, Chancellor Bowman bee lieves in You perhaps more Than anyone else. For You he has dedicaTed his life To The "high building" which, as he explains simply, represenTs on The ouTside whaT a man should be on The inside. The Chancellor believes in ano works on The principle ThaT you are TaughT by your sur- roundings. Guided firmly by This belief, he has yielded noT a whiT in his purpose oT building The kind oT CaThedral of which he dreamed Tor you. The Chancellor is a dreamer wiTh TaiTh, wiTh pracTicabiliTy, and wiTh a saving humor. l-le is a man who goes simply abouT whaT he Teels is his work in liTe and does iT in his own way. We were happy when The Jugo- slavian people gave him The Order oT ST. Sava II, medal Tor highesT honors in The Tield oT educaTion, buT we hardly need The symbol oT ouTside approval To Teel ThaT we have aT The UniversiTy a greaT man. 1 ,. 4 1" wif.. . '- ,fm NM R I I ew U 'Q f ffgx E A -' gfwnssm ' Af ,Q" K I ilu X6 S V N , . . Qg:5.25awx+glg5f-??f?,ff,,4.9fufM:f.ifsGaf3?2f...ifE'9+ .-q"Qf - ' ' 41ff'g,: 'fn . 21, .- A ai. , -Q... .. E.,-v.l,.ffjfff6j'w.gg,3.5 Z.: 4 I . 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Used 3000 coal-hangers. y ballroom +0 applaud ':.-2' 4 , . . 'z , 3. The Scabbard and Blade boys I 8- BSUPY Goodmans 5W'nf5f B'll.l-?' under Capfain Bue,-,fe I Roy s+ rhumlaa, and Eddie Werlzs I swee muslc. 4' Tapped len underq.mdUale.and ' 9. The 'favors were clever compacf- lwo 'Facully men af Inlerrnlsslon. l Ciqareue Cases Sig-I-.-3 IS I ' 5. George lvlaruschalc and Ginny ' IO. Elched wiih an orchid and sfars si - l - -' 443 '3-1 Childress led. --s mbol of a grand occasion. 4 G92 f Y -'is ! ly A ' 5-F331 I 4 A EL as ,..,,..3g -:".vf'f- l ' I I ,7 if br-i . - -.,-- ,.. l . 3i77"4'!N':f'E"1?J":'31. ,Q'J'. , f:. 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Fowler, nalional vice-presidenl, recalls her re- cenl visil lo campus and aroused lhoughls ol days lo be spenl in lhe Pocono ivlounlains and al lhe coming June convenlion. Comlolimenls wenl lo Belly Dils on her Chrislmas parly al ,jin "i ,1nuf--- is-1, -4' f Mortar Board which gills and original poelry were ex- changed. Arrangemenls lor a Morlar Board and O.D.K. parly were made, and Belly Jane lVlacQueen was heard making plans lor carry- ing lhrough lhe colors ol lhe lwo honoraries on her lable decoralions. Adele Yorio was ap- poinled chairman lor lhe enlerlainmenl pro- gram. The meeling ended wilh ivlorlar Board- ers rehearsing a dance rouline lor lhe parly al which lhey inlended lo amaze lhe O.D.K. boys. Presidenl ...... ......... G ene Pyle Vice Presidenl ......... Virginia Childress Secrelary ..... ........ J ane Ulrich Treasurer. ..... l-lilda Landerman I7O Cmicron Delta Kappa TrembaTh, Tucker, Gross, Loeb, Newman, McElwain, Robie, Pafrick, Kaufman, Ludwig Whi+ehiII, Herald, l-lavlak, Wilson, Campbell, Jones Corley, Williams, AldiserT, Finney, TippeTTs, Belfour lvlachesney, RoberTs, BuenTe, Holbrook. JanaTa, Bacall Everyone agreed ThaT The Founders' Day BanqueT on December IO was The mosT imporTanT O.D.K. evenT To Take place on campus. Cy l-lungerford, The carToonisT, and Dr. Andrey AvinoTT, direcTor oT Carnegie Museum, were guesT speakers aT The Tormal dinner held in The College Club. There were, also, The bi-weekly luncheon meeTings, and The Two occasions on which members pinned The names oT Tappees To Their gianT O.D.K. key. BuT The evenT To which O.D.K. men looked Torward mosT was The naTional convenTion held aT Louisiana UniversiTy March I3-lb. PresidenT Rugy AldiserT represenTed Gamma Circle as The oTTicial delegaTe, and was accompanied by lrv KauTman, Bill PaTrick, Dave BuenTe, CorT Bacall, Joe RoberTs, Al Gross, and Dave Tucker. C. STanTon Behcour, direcTor oT The UniversiTy ExTension Bureau, and E. A. BaTchelder, assisTanT regisTrar, represenTed The TaculTy. When, a week laTer, "LiTTle O.D.K.," a TurTle mascoT, arrived aT The UniversiTy, he broughT The news oT lvlr. BelTour's elecTion as naTional presidenT oT The TraTerniTy. l7I PresidenT ...... ..... R uggero AldiserT Vice PresidenT ..... ....... R oberT Shaw SecreTary-Treasurer ..... E. A. BaTchelder FaculTy Advisor. .... RoberT Ayars Nicholas, Jamison, Clemenls, Woodside, Lyon Benowilz, Werlinich, Kalish, Cox Perkins, Bloller, Slollz, l-laldeman, Rielhmuller, Conover Keenan, Krislco, Slralhearn, McKinney, McCready Once a monlh, wearers ol lhe crown and scepler, all wilh 2.0 averages climb lhe sleps lo l-leinz l-louse lor lheir regular meeling. l-lere, campus cares and sporls are laid aside, as lhey sil down lo a ceremonious dinner. Aller complimenling Dorolhy Slollz on lhe good lood, lhe girls sellle down lo business. ll is anolher dinner meeling ol Cwens, nalional honorary aclivilies lralernily lor sophomore women. Galhered around lhe large lable, lhe girls lislen lo reporls lrom Belly Kalish on lhe progress ol lhe Cwen direclory-lhe lillle red CWCFIS and silver boolclel lisling his address and her phone number. Presidenl Belly l-laldeman aslcs lor volunleers lo read copy, and Lois Bloller, Hazel Miller, and Alma Nicholas oller lheir services. Plans are discussed lor lhe sale ol llowers on lvlay Day, and lhe names ol lresh- man girls who will be eligible lor membership al lhe end ol lhe year are suggesled. Aller a briel lalk by l-lelen Benowilz, describing lhe signilicance ol lhe lradilional secrel cere- mony, lhe meeling adiourns. Presidenl ...... .... B elly I-laldeman Vice Presidenl .... ...... D orolhy Slollz Secrelary ..... .... lvl arion Reilhmuller Treasurer . . . ........ Lois Bloller Druids Sullivan, lcardi Page, Bole, Gould Clemmer, NaTali, Tablac, Crum, Mash D T Wld C lc S h qh y ie Z, i e, usic, c au When Chuck Cusick gavels Tor order, everyThing Druidless is blacked ouT-small Talk abouT ThaT memorable discourse on "This Thing Called Love" aT The bang-up Smoker, exTremely ir- relevanT remarks abouT ThaT blond oT a Cwen, even The so-inviT- ing TempTaTion oT adopTing a new consTiTuTion is discouraged lwell, iusT abouT, anywayll. ATTer all. The Smoker and blond Cwens are regular yearly highlighTs, buf The order oT business aT one oT The semi-monThly meeTings is oT immediaTe all-imporT- ance. So wheTher The soph BlVlOC's appoinT Danny Mash To compile a TwenTy-Tive-year hisTory oT The honorary aT PITT or enjoy secreTary Shaughency's minuTes- minuTes ThaT deTy ed- ucaTion and English ComposiTion I and 2 -The youThTul acTivi- Ties leaders are on The iob. Their devoTion To Things Druid has paid dividends, Tor The Ben FooTe-dominaTed Smoker and The A-I. All-U Tea dance are enTered on The blue-inked side OT Gus Wilde's ledger. l73 PresidenT ..... .... C harles Cusick Vice PresidenT ..... .... R oberT Soles Treasurer ....... .......... G us Wilde SecreTary ............ Paul Schaughency Corresponding SecreTary ..Edward Tablac Beta Gamma Sigma Rossell, Grogan, Shoemaker, Slesinger, Malloy, Ludwig Fogel, TrembaTh, Kimmel, TippeTTs, VanSickel, Van Swearigen, Jubelirer. Yeakel Levy, CarsTensen. Klein, Jones, Ambler, Willer, Archer WhaT Phi BeTa Kappa is To a College scholar BeTa Gamma Sigma is To The Bus Ad sTudenT. ScholasTic sTanding is The primary considera- Tion, since only Ten per cenT oT a graduaTing class may be Tapped. A smaller number is Tre- quenTly chosen, Tor The TraTerniTy is proud OT iTs selecTions. To encourage an early sTarT Tor poTenTial members, BeTa Gamma Sigma main- Tains a plaque on which The names oT ouT- sTanding Business AdminisTraTion Treshmen have been inscribed. The individual Thus recog- nized by The group is given a cerTiTicaTe OT meriT. Bus Ad business provides The Topic Tor dis- cussions aT B.C5.S. luncheon meeTings. Their annual dinner, held This year on March 2l, Tea- Tures TradiTional Tive minuTe Talks by The pledges on business and economics. Ranging in subiecT maTTer Trom pickles To bonds, These Talks are designed To give The pledges a back- ground and sTage presence, and The acTiviTies and alumni hecklers a pleasanT evening. PresidenT .... ..... lvl r. MonTTorT Jones SecreTary-Treasurer ..... Mr. Frank WilleTs Undergraduate Cap and Gown Club Edelman, STauTT, Keebler. STapsy, Poch p Eisner, Owrey, STephenson, Sarber. TrembaTh, Shefler, Kerber Tucker, Schlesinger, Holloman, lv1aTeer, PaTi lc Cap and Gowners wenT Through Their rouTine once more. This Time neiTher on The Nixon sTage nor before a capaciTy audience, buT aT a business meeT- ing oT The Undergrad Club. And whaT business is more imporTanT Than sTudying lasT year's C.84G. show To perTecT The l94l "l-lead Over l-leels" per- Tormance? When Ed 'lrembaTh called Tor new business, mem- bers planned The imforrnal "Highland Fling" and "KO" dances, which double-TeaTured wiTh The PiTT Players' producTions, all Tor a one-dollar, double- duTy TiclceTl Bud Schlesinger led These socials, The TirsT oT The TheaTer-dance mergers sponsored by The Two dramaTic groups. l.aTer on, discussion cenTered abouT The smoker To welcome Edward Morgan, new dramaTic-dance direcTor OT Cap and Gown, lnc. Also on The agenda were The Tapping ceremonies, To be conducTed on The Nixon sTage aTTer The Friday nighT show, and plans Tor The nexT monThly luncheon when under- graduaTe acTors and producers would again geT TogeTher To reminisce. l75 r'c PresidenT ..... ....... E d TrembaTh Vice-PresidenT . . . .... lvlarTin Schlesinger SecreTary-Treasurer ....... David Tuclcer p, l-luoT, Davis, Anderson, Hull, Gilbert Dickenson, Guy V T s, I-larTer, Temeles, Lowy, Kaiser, Kleinerman, Rosenberg, Owrey, C lleTTa, Vienis PresidenT RoberT E. Owrey sighed, sTraighTened, beamed. An inTenT amphiThe- aTer audience caughT The "all's well" signal, buzzed wiTh commenT, Tlipped noTebool4s shuT, and adjourned To WesT Penn l-lospiTal's caTeTeria To lunch and To siTT prognoses and Techniques in Their own Toreign-sounding, medicaTed lingo. Now our Owrey is noT The head oT a surgical socieTy, nor was his The scalpel-wielding: he's prexy oT Those degree- less, beardless medicos, Tamed Tor Their Two poinT Two averages and medically preTerred Chi Rho Nu GiglioTTi Tor Their characTer and personaliTy. FirsT hand wiTnessing oT a clavicle-seTTing oT a de- appendixizing is only an iTem on The honor- ary's year-round program. They Tap in Janu- ary, again on Scholars' Day, TeTe The TorTun- aTe Tew aT a smoker, and Tollow Through scribe Neal Veenis's semi-monThly posTcard inviTaTions To devoTe Tuesday's TiTTh hour To scholarship and social commiTTee reporTs. ResulTs oT said commiTTees? A soaring schol- asTic average, a Cadaver Caper labeled "TerriTic." PresidenT ...... .,.. R oberT Owrey Vice PresidenT .... .... D ave T-luoT SecreTary ..... .... N eal Vienis Treasurer .. ..... Dan NaTal I76 Delta Delta Lambda i T Forman, Prise, T-losey, Rayz, Lowy, Kandel, Schnurer, Anderson, Akselrad, Riddle Green, l-lolsinger, Larkin, M. Meyers, WinTner, Labbie, Lieberman, l-laney MOTTO, LinTelman, WaTson, Fifcairn, Tl1aTcher. Carrier, Frobouck, ReiTz, Becker, Fili- poni, Bingner Sobel, Kallus, Ridsdale, Childress, Plummer, Levergood, M s, McCausland Durkalski, Thompson, Rowell, Lessenberry, Poinar, Mash, Kiel H. Meyers, Valli DelTa DelTa Lambda was named and inspired by Mr. D. D. Les- senberry, The head OT The Commercial EducaTion DeparTmenT. The principal purpose OT This proTessional and honorary TraTerniTy is To give The sTudenTs OT commercial educaTion an opporTuniTy To broaden The scope OT Their inTeresTs in The Tield and To become acciuainTed wiTh leaders in commercial educaTion. There are over 300 members, boTh undergraduaTe and graduaTe. ITs governing body consisTs oT The execuTive commiTTee OT The graduaTe council and oTTicers oT The undergraduaTe group, presided over by Jane Poinar. The acTiviTies held yearly are numerous: yeT all oT Them help To enrich The knowledge and undersTanding oT Their parTicular Tield. AT The iniTiaTion bangueT lasT Tall, Dean Jacobsen was Tapped as an honorary member. Frances Rowell was chairman oT This aTTair as well as oT The dinner-dance aT The spring iniTiaTion. Every monTh Mr. Theodore Woodward, chairman oT The grad- uaTe council, ediTs a bulleTin named "Lesson" which includes special acTiviTies by members and serves as a guide To new members. AT ChrisTmas Time, sobrieTy was puT aside and The group had a parTy wiTh grab bags, games, and Toys. lnsTallaTion OT oTTicers aT l-leinz l-louse on April 22 was Tollowed by The lasT aTTair oT The year, a picnic aT Mr. Lessenberry's Tarm, hosTessed by charming MoTher Spence. This lasT meeTing helped sTudenTs To clinch Triend- ships beTore The semesTer ended. I77 PresidenT ...... ..... J ane Ponar Vice PresidenT .... ...... F rances Rowell SecreTary .... .... D oroThy Thompson Treasurer. . , ........ Vivian Mash MacNeill, Yingling, Lieber. Marcuson JanaTa, KlinlcensTein. Wedner, Ziskincl. Krowich, Kreimer Pre-law sTudenTs whose 2 poinT average qualiiied Them Tor membership in The honor- ary pre-legal TraTerniTy, heard Mrs. Marie G. Lindsay, regisTrar, spealc on procedure Tor en- Trance To The School oT Law, aT one oT The TraTerniTy meeTings. They learned many TacTs: ThaT one musT regisTer as a law sTudenT wiTh The sTaTe and counTy bar associaTions, ThaT ciTizen and TaculTy sponsors are necessary, and ThaT, in all, iT is a diTTiculT procedure. AT an- oTher meeTing Judge Elder W. Marshall Talked John Marshall abouT everyday happenings in The legal pro- Tession. And so The agenda wenT, ThaT These sTudenTs mighT beTTer undersTand Their profes- sion as a sTudy and a pracTice. Dr. Eugene A. Gilmore, dean OT The School oT Law, and prominenT lawyers were guesTs oT The TraTerniTy aT iTs annual banqueT, in April. AT The spring Tap day exercises, John Marshall concluded iTs l94I acTiviTies wiTh The naming To membership oT addiTional legal aspiranTs. PresidenT ....... ..... R udy JanaTa Vice-PresidenT .... ..... J acob Wedner SecreTary ..... ..... R oswell Yingling Treasurer. . . ..... Jerome Lieber Kappa Phi Kappa Burnham, Siegel. MaxTon lviaTTa, Schnun, Gould, l-lenney MarTin. Mada, Davis, I-luTnagel, Bridges Carclerelli, Kaufman, Robie, Larkin, RoTh Glancing Through The minuTes Taken by Regis Larkin, secreTary oT Kappa Phi Kappa, naTional honorary and proTessional educa- Tional TraTerniTy Tor men, we Tind ThaT our TuTure proTs really did Things and in a big way. A succe-ssTul rushing season increased The number who received The beneTiTs oT The club's leTTer wriTing clinic. Led by presidenT Fred RoTh and direcTed by Mr. Lessenberry The newly organized iob analysis clinic TaughT members The correcT procedure during inTerviews. These clinics helped sTudenTs learn how To obTain Teaching posiTions. Relaxing and learning were combined aT The luncheon-meeTings. l-lere, good Times, good Tood, and The expanding oT educaTional philosophies by guesT speakers made The aTTairs a success. The bangueT and song TesTival held aT The College Club added To The Kappa Phi Kappa l94I minuTe book which grew under The record- ings oT a big year. I79 PresidenT ..... .... F red RoTh Vice PresiclenT .... ..... F recl Robie SecreTary ..... ........ R egis Larkin Treasurer . .. .Norman KauTTman Ulm!- EU? tai li Pi Lambda Thefa aims high as an honorary TraTerniTy Tor women in educaTion. lTs members TosTer high sTandards oT scholarship and pro- Tessional Training. lVlainTaining an inTeresT in educaTional acTiviTies and encouraging gradu- aTe worlc, DelTa chapTer carries ouT These ideals in iTs program. The Tormal dinner-business meeTings TeaTure spealcers who are auThoriTies in Their Tields. Dr. E. A. Dimmiclc spoke on The role oT The Teacher in The presenT emergency and R. l-lerberT L. Spencer's subiecT was "Our Leisure, an AsseT of Democracy." Pi Lambda Theta AlThough The members are primarily gradu- aTe Teachers, many undergraduaTes are acTive. Evelyn WesTermann, EsTher GroenerT, and Gina Filipponi were among The recipienTs oT keys presenTed in January. Sponsoring a side- lighT To regular Pi Lambda Thera acTiviTies, BeTTy Kimberling and Rosemarye BunTing served as hosTesses aT l-lorne's Tashion show and Tea in early April and when DelTa chapTer enTerTained iunior women in educaTion, EsTher Glick and lVlargareT KenTsler aided wiTh The program. PresidenT ......... ..... S ara Tesh Vice PresidenT ............. BerTha Bailey Recording SecreTary ........ Theresa Moll Corresponding SecreTary ...... Erma BorTh Treasurer ............,... lVlarTha Tomer AssisTanT Treasurer ........ Mabel Bracken Keeper of Records. . . .... Sara McATee Pi Tau Phi SmiTh, Kerber, Ka uTman Laschinger, Tucker, FranksTon, Thigpen, Deener, PaTriclc, FelTon To uphold a scholarly ideal Tor The enTire sTuclenT body and a realisTic inTeresT in world problems and evenTs, Pi Tau Phi plans in- cluded an open meeTing in STephen FosTer Memorial. Bill PaTriclc presenTed Guy V. Miller, Toreign ediTor oT The PiTTsburgh Press, who discussed The background oT The European War. NoT only Two- poinT Tivers buf TaculTy and oTher sTudenTs aTTended. AnoTher meeTing was devoTed To an enTerTaining discussion oT Persia given by RoberT l-l. STeiner, visiTing proTessor. AlThough Pi Tau Phi sTands Tor scholasTic achievemenT in The liberal arTs College wiTh 2.5 as Their average, a glance aT The acTivi- Ties oT The members and aT The inTeresTs oT The TraTerniTy prove ThaT They are noT boolcworms. For insTance, There are Freda JaTTe, presidenT oT W.S.A. Jane Vorech, lviorTar Board member, Irv KauTman, O.D.K. man, and Seymour Kerber, copy ediTor oT The PiTT News, all prominenT in campus acTiviTies. And To TurTher prove ThaT Pi Tau Phiers are noT iusT burners oT The midnighT oil, Take noTe oT Their spring banqueT and picnic. ISI PresiclenT ..... Vice PresidenT. SecreTary ..... Treasurer ...... ...... FaculTy Advisor .... Dr. J . .William PaTriclc . . . .David Deiner ArThur PranlcsTon ...Sara Thigpen ames STinchcomb mberger, I-lull, Anderson, Brown, Kleinerman, Geller, Clernmer Tyler, Creed, Diefz, Kalser, Sharlock, Berger, Pankuch Carroll, Harfensfein, Icarcli, Briney Phi Efa Sigma's forfy-fhree freshmen, each wifh a 2.5 qualify poinf average, came fo order af fhe rap of presidenf lcardi's gavel. Reporfs of The fall smoker were read before fhe discus- sion of new business. Since many complex problems arise during fhe frafernify's free in- sfrucfion fo freshmen, fhe fuforial service was discussed. Plans for fhe annual spring banguef were developed, affer fhe presidenf had an- nounced fhe speaker for fhe nexf monfhly Phi Eta Sigma meefing. Each speaker, reminded fhe presi- denf, falks on a subiecf in his specialized field. A proposal fo esfablish a reading clinic fo im- prove fhe reading habifs of sfudenfs was made, buf acfion was deferred pending furfher discussion. Before fhe meefing closed, con- grafulafions were exfended fo William C. Kelly, who, wifh a 3.0 average, received fhe scholarship placgue awarded annually fo fhe freshman having fhe highesf average. Presidenf ...... ..... A ldo lcardi Vice Presidenf ........ Phillip Weiss Secrefary ..... .... F red l-larfensfein l-lisforian ...... ..... A llen K. Briney Faculfy Advisor . . . .Roberf R. Corley Slgma Gamma Epsilon Campbell. GiTTinqs, Lynch, McLaughlin, Graham, Anclreen l.aValley, Denman, Fish, Greenwald, Dornenberg, NorTon, San Brigham, Kimmel, Aulcerman, STreeT, Burlci Braden, EasTwood, Chandler "EveryThing To do wiTh The earTh" is a slogan ThaT mighT serve as The moTTo Tor Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honorary mining and meTallurgical TraTerniTy. lTs members come Trom The Tields oT mining, geology, merallurgy, and peTroleum engineering. Two meeTings each monTh, a luncheon and a dinner meeTing, were The chieT acTiviTies oT Sigma Gamma Epsilon This year. l-leld in Heinz l-louse These gaTherings TeaTured Torum discussions led by eminenT geologisTs and engineers. Dr. TolmochoTT, Tormerly of The lmperial Russian lvluseum, and Dr. R. E. Sherrill were among These speakers. The TraTerniTy ioined wiTh Sigma Tau and Pi Tau Sigma in May To give a dance aT The Churchill Valley counTry club. The broThers, and The pledges who compleTed The iniTiaTion TesTs, including The consTrucTion OT an auTographed compass mod- el, have decided upon a new Treshman orienTaTion program. They will also award associaTe membership sTaTus and A.l.lv1.lvl.E. publi- caTion subscripTions To The mosT ouTsTanding Treshmen in The School oT lvlines. I83 ds, Feduslca, Kelly PresidenT ...... .... J acl: EasTwood Vice-Presidenl' .... .... P aul Chandler Se-creTary .... ..... E dward Braden Treasurer. ..... Paul WiTherspoon Mornss, Bailey, Sands, ShuTTe, KenTsler, Akselrad, Howe ayless, ShelTon, McLaren, Ross, Kavouras Once a monTh The members oT Sigma Kappa Phi, naTional honorary modern language TraTer- niTy, meeT aT Heinz House and cenTer Their program abour a Toreign counTry. This year's German meeTing TypiTied The idea Tor all The gaTherings conducTed by presidenT Audrey McLaren. C5uTen Abend greeTed The members as They arrived. ATTer Taking OTT Their coaTs, They saT down To a real German l:esT, a dinner oT Sauer- krauT and Speclc, wilTed leTTuce, coTTee and apple sTrudle, which puT everyone in a mood Sigma Kappa Phi Tor The program. C5reTchen SchuTTe led The group in singing "Auch du leiber AugusTien," "SchniTzelbunlc," and many oTher German songs. Wirh lvlrs. l.oTTe l.ohsToeTer and Dr. Whir- Tord ShelTon loolcing on, everyone ioined in The Tolk dances unTil They were all ouT oT breaTh. To relax, They saT down and lisTened To Paula Glaab's "lnTormaTion Please." "AuT Wieder Sehen" and "GuTe NachT" and anoTher meeTing oT Sigma Kappa Phi comes To an end. Presidenjr ....... ..... A udrey McLaren Vice PresidenT .... ....... P aula Glaab SecreTary-Treasurer ..... Alda Jane Ross Sponsor ...... .... D r. WhiTTord ShelTon Xylon 4, Koelsch, JaTFe, I-lelTgoTT, DeWalT, Rayz, Dils lvlacQueen, Bonaro, Lewis, Worek "lvl-m, smells good!" One by one The sixTeen Xylon mem- bers wandered inTo IZOI and gaThered around Grace Bonaro as she prepared The Tood Tor anoTher dinner meeTing. KiTchen samples soon gave way To larger porTions as The girls Tound Their place cards and saT down To individual chick- en pies. ATTer exclaiming over The lovely cenTerpiece oT Tlowers arranged by Julia Waida, They chaTTed oT Things, liT- erary and noT so liTerary, Then wenT on To discuss The imme- diaTe business oT The day. Regina l-leinz, Ann Rayz, Tillie l-lelT- goTT, and Alice Lewis were complimenTed on Their successTul parTies Tor The PanTher, Owl, and News sTaTTs. Plans were made Tor Tap day and The spring iniTiaTion bangueT. All were reminded oT The coming Xylon day, during which high school iournalisTs would be Taken Through The CaThedral and a loving cup would be awarded Tor The besT high school publicaTion. I85 PresidenT ...... ..... V irginia Worek Vice PresidenT .... .... G race Bonaro SecreTary-Treasurer ..... Julia Waida Schuliz. Ulrich, Buchanan, Waida, Gofkiewicz, Lewis, Dorian, Bard Felfon, Garwood, Ransone, Pragliola, Higbee, Gilbert Miller STanding for The quesfion and unify of The advancemenT Toward x, The unknown, Quax. local honorary science fraTerniTy for women, fosTers inTeresT in science and aims To creafe fellowship among women sTudenfs in The field. lvieeTing Twice a monTh wiTh Marie Gilberf presiding, The undergraduafe acfives loin wiTh The alumnae for dinner and a group discussion sTimulaTed by a guesT speaker. Genial Dr. Edna T-ligbee, faculTy advisor, aids The group and lvliss Inez McGill, alumnae advisor, in making Their TenTaTive plans. T Quax WiTh a qualiTy poinf average of 2.0, mem- bers are Tapped each Tall and spring from The group of biology, chemisfry, physics, and mafhemafics maiors. Quax's program aTTempTs To cover The many inTeresTs of Beverly Ransome, Marie Pragliola, and Lois Voland. ConsequenTly, Dr. Alexander Silverman from The chemisfry deparTmenT, Dr. Alberf Sfaniland from maThemaTics, and Miss Alma Young from lvionfefiore l-lospiTal spoke before meefings of These scienfifically-minded coeds. Presidenf .... . . . ..... Marie GilberT Vice Presidenf ...... .... B everly Ransome SecreTary-Treasurer .... Virginia Porfer 186 , 'gr . .5 I! w, v 1: 2 ' MQ' X3 ,gg A , ,,,A L N ,..e ,X 5, I Lgahfr Q 6' 5, 4- f 65' Llllfd G47 fha 8741 is Fm? N 'wifi I yi: sy' 5. Fred, 1,1 fi -ily ,QM ,B , wv fmusef 2 Ever q Wfnffo wg- Once, Cf emu Worm Y Y 4 Yu w ii? gl Sli? x -,N5 2. were rf' 9 1, : .-'1 ' ' .- My - , - :'. in ia :ff f' 1 N N 1 1 4 E n 8 I n C C I' I n 8 C a b I n e t PresidenT ...... ..... P aul Papanelc Vice PresidenT .... ..... R ussel Love F T rowfEvans, lvlazer. Richardson. SmiTh, Rupert Mansfield, Love, Carney, Slain- Secreiliary """ ""' P Gul Carney ner, Paoanelc . . ' Treasurer ..,. Gee Skinner Composed oT one Senior and one Junior Trom each oT The engineering deparTmenTs, The AssociaTion CabineT is The governing body Tor The Engineering School. lT Tunc- Tions To make The rouTine oT ThirTy semesTer crediTs less Tedious, and aT iTs weekly meeT- ing acTs in The inTeresTs oT The sTudenT, wheTher iT is by realizing The dream oT an Engineers' Lounge, or organizing inTramural Teams. The AssociaTion sponsored Two dances, and Two smokers This year. Gee Slcinner chairmaned The TirsT dance, Bill SmiTh The TirsT smolcerg Paul Papanelc and Edward Edge were in charge oT The second semesTer aT- Tairs. The "Jalopy Dance" May 2 TeaTured The awarding oT a l93l Ford as a door prize. The decision To iniTiaTe an Engineering secTion in The Owl was made and carried ouT by The CabineT. By insTalling auTomaTic coke dispensers in STaTe Hall, They also raised Tunds Tor The conversion oT l-leinz T-louse inTo a sTudenT lounge. Good Business men? Yes, buT beTTer engineers. Paul Papeneclc uma fi - uf- M, .i , W J' fy ff 57. t 2" 'ffirmf-'f Nun . L- gg- ,+- --,jan vi Jfliiil-' , "'l'Q,.+ ,A X' -. 5 . wifi w If 1 Moyer Q V ni' . , L-gig, fzwghpl ,.sq,'..1 ' eg: Riff QA fk, - ff: ' fi ' wb y44s2 ' 45 I .N an 1' I ,Q P"-W QQ! 4, 1 ALBA, mm , ! f'5f9f' . S My 1 . , ,x .NW ,4 ws . . 13-vim! ,.w., -v igrx, 61 ' 1:-ejziw , fs 1 - -1"'2w,,.1,4, 4 ' A x gferg "2 ,,:.qg,A, . W Q? .up-an-.A. 2 ng. 1,-I QQ, 3 3. 'Gif , M wrap 3 ' r- , x.f"?f' 1 z 5 .41 2- wg: x ' -H' r ? ancfwfwee T' qv 51 1 g, -, Gr' Q 0 , oun, u , um , acur o, ni , e eos, orpaczews i, sse w: o nes, Long, McKlveen, McLaren, Neholc, Pavulc, Pogue, PorTer, Richardson, Shulnes, SI kowslci, Thompson. Trimble, Villing, Weber, Zargan Chairman: John McKlveen Seniors: Anclerson, BaTeman, Block, Burrier, Carbaugh, CarTolano, Fisher, FulleT, Glausser G I-l Il H es I T Jo 'c K T I K lc' Ku ro L h Chairman: Chesfer Beemer Seniors: Beemer, Brown, Bruce, Dennebaum, Dinker, GoldsTrohn, Gubb, McCabe, lvlaggi, Moscu, Ponzo l92 U. Chemical Engineers Every oTher week The members oT The Chemical Engineering seminar hold Their meeTing in lvlellon InsTiTuTe audiTorium. There, They learn up-To-The-minuTe inTorma- Tion abouT indusTrial processes and become acguainTed wiTh auThoriTies in Their Tield. AlTernaTe meeTings, held in The CaThedral, TeaTure guesT inoIusTrialisTs and engineers or movies abouT chemical engineering prob- lems. To mainTain a well-rounded program, chairman John lvlclilveen TreguenTIy inviTes men in oTher Tields, religion, psychology, liT- eraTure, To speak. The associaTions and Triendships made in These seminars help mainTain Their uniTy beyond The scope OT mere class work. The Chemical Engineers danced aT WebsTer I-lall, April I8, and ThroughouT The year enTered Teams in inTra- mural aThleTic compeTiTion. Civil Engineers A seminar sporTs nighT aT Trees Gym, bowling, smolcers, and a spring dance. A social TraTerniTy rushing pro- gram? No, merely a Tew OT The ouT- side acTiviTies OT The Civil Engineering Seminar, buT social pIeasanTries are noT Their only purpose. The sTudenT and TaculTy leaders have seT ouT To learn The ins and ouTs OT engineering deTense, bridge consTrucTion, super highways, and dams. When J. A. lvlichels, ediTor oT The "I-lighway Builder" magazine, spoke beTore The group, They even learned The appIicaTion oT engineering To journalism. Electrical Engineers Transmission Tie-ups, phase differences, and kilowaTT hours, are familiar Terms in The Elecfrical Engineering seminars, where sTu- dens liTerally aim To meeT "problems and personaliTies" on common ground. The problems are Those dealing wiTh The crea- Tion, Transmission, and disTribuTion of elec- Trical energy: The personaiiTies are eminenT elecTrical engineers and uTiliTies men. The engineers, however, ofTen provide speakers from Their own ranks To discuss Thesis ma- Terial or research. Two meeTings were con- ducTed by ETa Kappa Nu, elecfrical en- gineering fraTerniTy To acguainf freshmen wiTh The fraTerniTy and To give pledges op- porTuniTy To discuss Topics such as "Popula- Tion vs. Power Lines" or "RadianT i-leaf Energy." industrial Engineers Are you looking for The lndusTrial En- gineering Seminar? You mighT Try Shady- side Academy. Por wifh The expansion ThaT followed The Defense Training Program, The indusfrial Engineering deparTmenT moved To new headquarfers. The diTficulTy is, however, ThaT The indusTrial engineers are on The move in more ways Than one. In Their seminars, They survey The indusTries, sfudying manu- facTuring processes and meThods. And The besT way To do This is To sTudy firsT hand, so ThaT many of The seminars are conclucTed in indusfriai planTs and laboraTories. In Their classroom meeTings, l.E. s T u d e n T s keep abreasT of The Times Through lecfures by leading indusTriaiisTs. Chairman. OTTo Kebernick Seniors' BarranTo, BelTz, Bilonick, Blum, Dugan, Kebernick, Kovacevic, Lasday M il ArniTz. Papaios. Parker, Powell, Quinn, Smifh, Vissaf y Weller Allen, W. C. Alien, Allison, Cowan, CuTurilo. DeLeo-, Ed e, G 9 Holbrook, Krane, Linsley, Logue, Neff, Ryan, Updegraizi, Weller, Wilkinson Chairman: Gee Skinner Senior: Binder, Blose. Bode, Bored, Caldwell, ChrisTilukis, Cornell, Cunninghame Dunbar, FeaTher, French, Graf, l-lalpine. l-lobe, l-lolT, Hoppe, l-lowarTh, l-lusler Kousz, LakaTos, Lewis, Llewellyn. Mosko, NesbiTT, Papanek, Pornmersheim, Pressel, W A. Price, W. L. Price, Proven, Repp, Rosenfield, SchuTTe, Shaicier, Shank, Skinner SrniTh. Spence, SpoTz, Todd. Trocki, Trowbridge. Williams Pommershein, Dunbar, LakaTos, Cornell. l-lowarTh, Love, YaTes, Winkler. Tyler, Dimel SpoTZ, l-lolT, SchuTTe, Kousz, Papanek, Sirc, Caldwell Blose, Proven T94 Mechanical Engineers AlThough The Mechanical and AeronauTi- cal Engineering seminars are combined, There is a division OT classes so ThaT Juniors and Seniors meeT TogeTher, while Sopho- mores and Freshmen conducT Their own seminars. By This arrangemenT, The engineer- ing problems discussed can be chosen in accordance wiTh class and Thesis work. BUT in addiTion To discussing speciTic problems in mechanical engineering, These seminars are planned To provide a general culTural background. Speakers parTicipaTing in This phase oT The seminar program were Mr. GerTen, represenTaTive oT The Blawnox Com- pany who Talked on The poliTical and indus- Trial siTuaTion in France, Dr. l-T. C. Carlson, and Dr. Farmer. Pi Tau Sigma Candida,Tes Tor membership To The Mechanical Engineering TraTerniTy, Pi Tau Sigma, have To be well-versed in The pracTical applicaTion oT Their book learning. Each oT Them musT draw a plaTe oT The TraTerniTy key and have iT blueprinTed beTore he is accepTed. I-le has The alTernaTive of Turning ouT a huge wooden wrench, buT eirher arTicle musT conTorm To rigid speciTicaTions oT engineering deTail. AcTiviTies carried on by The mem- bers oT Pi Tau Sigma include The ediT- ing oT a deparTmenTal newspaper and managemenT oT a library. This year Two bangueTs aT The CaThedral Mansions, a Tall pledge dance, and a picnic in May Tilled The TraTerniTy's l94I social cal- endar. PresidenT ............. WalTer l-lowarTh Vice PresidenT .............. Leslie l-lolT Corresponding SecreTary .... Paul Papenek Recording SecreTary ........ John Proven Treasurer ......... ..... G eorge O'Dell Sigma Tau Evans, Feduslca, Pra'H', Caldwell, LakaTos, McKlveen. STuchell, Glausser Quick, STeele, Allen, Graham, Papanek. SmiTh, Price, H T Masur Knoll, EasTwoocl, VissaT, Parkman, ShaTTer, Kimmel, Long. BaTeman, Kovace "ATTenTion, men! This is an inspecTion," may sound like a miliTary command, buT To The prospecTive pledges oT Sigma Tau, honorary engineering TraTerniTy, iT's a simple slide rule drill. And when PresidenT Jim BaTeman shouTs, "On your mark - go," he's noT sTarTing The 440 buT iusT a speed TesT oT eTTiciency on The "slippery sTick." This is only The beginning Tor pledges oT Sigma Tau. Keeping sTricTly To The engineering Theme, They make a careTully deTailed plaque on an enormous piece oT whiTe paper, upon which They obTain The signaTures oT all The acTives, honor- ary members, and alumni oT Sigma Tau. While resTing beTween calls, each musT polish a rough bronze pyramid, The emblem oT Sigma Tau, To smooTh perTecTion. l-landed in when Tinished, These pyramids are reTurnecl, chromium plaTed, To The new mem- bers aT The semi-annual iniTiaTion bangueTs. TogeTher wiTh These, The pledges keep Their scroll name-caTalogues as a memory oT "carefree Sigma Tau days." I95 PresidenT ...... .... Vice PresidenT ....,.. SecreTary .... Treasurer. . l-lisTorian. .James BaTeman . . . .Bob STuchell STeve Kovacevic ...Bernard Long Wayne Glausser , . E lfx ,9- '. 3. " 1 '1!:'vrg4'.-.V-. -g1:,'i- 5 . 'w' fi.: -5 in Varsity Football x 1 I 4 . g Only an over-abundance oT bad breaks kepT The I9-40 PanTher TooTball squad Trom Tinishing The season on The crediT side oT The ledger. Facing one oT The mosT Tormidable grid schedules in The counTry, PiTT's Tough, and aT Times, Torcible Bowsermen were able To sTruggle Through wiTh a record oT Three wins againsT Tour losses and an unexpecTed Tie. f'-XlThough The Team surprised many experTs by nearly upseTTing unTavorable Coach Charley Bowser predicTions a number oT Times, Dame ForTune iusT wasn'T wiTh Them during The leap year TooT- ball campaign. BUT The season did produce iTs quoTa oT ouTsTanding play- ers. Added To The ever growing lisT oT Top-TlighT PiTT Tackles, was The name oT CapTain Ted Ko- neTsky. Edgar Jones and Bob 5 .Mtv Thurbon, who divided vicTory honors in The TarTan game, caused plenTy oT headaches among opponenTs wiTh Their key, Greene, STebbins, l-loel, Bowser, FullerTon, Klein, Dickenson, Dacldio l98 -- -'f-'- - ff ff- i i " i m an em gaegw , ,A H I L-Mfg lfif I Sardi, Kincaid, Gales, Sfefler, Thurbon, Adamchic, Emrick, Walker, Marrorelli, Alls house, Sleber Second Row-Re+finger, Fife, Du'r'ron, I-leisfer, Ross, Samson, Andrews, Hawkins West Malloy, Bonelli, Foley, Jones, Sinco, Slaman. Third Row-Bowser, Gurczenski, Gervelis, Connell, Milchell, Kindelberqer, Good- ridge, Sfahl, Klofz, Ward, Saksa, Anfonelli, Hinle, Murphy, Korp. Fourih Row--Fifchko, Hammond, Benghouser, Kracum, Konerslcy, Garlner, Lohmeyer Crissmen, Sfoclgell, Benz, Kunkel, Selcela, Pressell, Gradisek, Rabinelc brillianr backfield play. ln 'lhe ee e Easlern All Sfar game, George Kracum, chosen along wilh Tommy I-larmon and Francis Reagan, checked The oppon- en+'s lines wilh smashing drives. Also included on Pi+'r's l94O foolball honor roll are The names of Jack Goodridge, Sieve Sinco, Jack Benz, Jack S're'rler, Joe Relfinger, Wall Wesl, and Sian Gervelis. l-lor Salurday loafhs l99 1941 PITT FOOTBALL RESUME PITT 7 ............. 30 OI-IIO STATE A super passing aTTack deTeaTed The PanThers, when They meT Ohio STaTe aT Columbus Tor The TirsT game oT The I94O-4I season. George Kracum and Bobby Thurbon played ouTsTanding baII buT The Buckeye air- raid was Too hoT To handle. A brieT play-by-play de- scripTion oT The game mighT sound someThing Iike This: There goes an Ohio STaTe Torward, iT's a Touchdown. There's anoTher Buckeye pass. anoTher Touchdown. Again a pass . . . pass The aspirin. PITT 7 ............. 7 S. M. U. Why did The waTer boy "Truck" onTo The Tield as The Team called Time' ouT? Why did Coach Bowser "Suzy Q" down The line looking Tor subsTiTuTes? Why did Sekela call signals To The Tempo oT "BeaT Me Daddy EighT To The Bar?" Why did The PanTher and The Mus- Tang dance The "Rhumboogie?" STudenTs'??? ThaT's righT, you're righT. ThaT SouThern IvieThodisT swing band was here again. The STadium rocked in rhyThm. Though The game ended in a 7-7 Tie, no one was dis- appoinTed because "IT Ain'T WhaT Ya Do, IT's The Way I-Iowdie Do IT." PITT I9 ............. I3 MISSOURI Looking Torward To Their TirsT vicTory OT The new season. The PanTher gridmen oT I94O play Their home opener in The sTadium againsT Missouri. "PiTchin' Paul ChrisTman" shows riTIe accuracy in his passes, and "Slippery" I-larry Ice skirTs The PHT ends Time aTTer Time. BuT, neiTher oT These Tigers can reTard The sTeady, machine-like movemenT OT The PHT eleven This aTTer- noon. PITT I2 ............. 24 FORDI-IAM Glooml ThaT's an ugly word! BuT iT was an uglier day when The PanThers meT Sleepy Jim CrowIey's Rams in The STadium. In PiTTsburgh's TirsT snowsTorm oT The year, TiTTy Thousand TaiThTuI Tans passed Through The Turn- sTiIes, umbrellas up, spiriTs down. ATTer Three hours oT snow. a rumor goT around ThaT The game was over. So everyone wenT home, Tuned in The radio and dis- covered +ha+ PiTT had Iosr, 24-I2. Glooml ThaT's an ugly word! A PITT 6 ............. O TECI-l Everyone expecTs a baTTle when PITT and Tech have an aThleTic geT-TogeTher, and The PanThers really goT one when The Two Teams clashed aT The STadium. There were several schools oT ThoughT as To The ouTcome OT The game. One group ThoughT ThaT PiTT would win by aT leasT seven Touchdowns. The oTher was more con- servaTive and gave The PanThers only Three. The TarTans ThoughT a liTTle diTTerenTly, and The game almosT ended in a scoreless Tie. The day was saved Though, when, in The lasT minuTes OT play, PiTT was able To eke ouT a one Touchdown Triumph, 6-O. PITT 7 ............. fa NEBRASKA WiTh no leT-up even in The lasT minuTes oT The Tinal period, and wiTh sophomore Jack STeTler giving The TirsT oT his bang-up perTormances, PiTT and Nebraska baTTle on. Two minuTes To play, PiTT Three poinTs be- hind, and in The shadow OT Nebraska's goal. EourTh down-inches To go. Nebraska's deTense sTiTTens. The PiTT drive sTops. Those all-imporTanT inches! PiTT loses and Tails To save The Cornhuskers The railroad Tare To a STanTord Thrashing aT The Rose Bowl. PITT 20 ............. 7 PENN STATE Ted KoneTsky and George Kracum come running ouT oT The dressing room beTween Two long queues OT cheering PTTT sTudenTs Tor Their lasT game in The sTa- dium. IT isn'T long beTore The PiTT backTield, and Big George go on Two long Touchdown iauhfs. NOT even Penn STaTe's poTenT "Pepper" PeTrella could puT on enough pressure To prevenT Three provocaTi5e pig- skin pushes by The PETT PanThers. PITT 7 ............. I2 DUKE Way down SouTh in Dixie on a laTe November aTTer- noon, an in-and-ouT PiTT TooTball Team seeks iTs TourTh win oT The year, in iTs annual baTTle wi+h Duke. Duke sneaks a Touchdown over in The TirsT period. Midway in The second quarTer, skiTTerbug Jack STeTler breaks loose, and Tears 78 yards, one oT The longesT runs Trom scrimmage all year. Ernie Bonelli, Too, Turns in one oT The besT games OT his career, Trying To overcome The Blue Devils' second halT lead, buT The PanThers are sTopped a yard shy oT The goal line, and They drop anoTher close one. Rial, PaTFraTh, MasTen, Lohmeyer, Malarlcey, Carlson Kocheran, Poi-T, Milanovich, Klein, STraloslci, Ziolkowslci Doll. Silverman, Swacus, Arfman The UniversiTy oT PiTTsburgh's l94O-4l baskeTball season was unique, inasmuch as Coach Carlson Tailed To produce a new sys- Tem on which To run his Team. Maybe iT was Doc. Carlson all Tor The loesT, because The boys seemed To do allrighT wiThouT a TanTasTic new Carl- sysTem. WiTh a record oT I2 wins and only 5 losses, The all-senior sTarTing Team produced The besT season in six years. Blowing hoT and cold, The PanThers smashed some oT The counTry's l:-esT Teams. PiTT reached The heighTs when They dropped WesT Virginia aT The STadium and Duke aT Durham. 0Ther noTalole vicTories were scored over Wiscon- sin, BuTler, and Penn STaTe. PooresT nighTs were when Waynesburg and NorThwesTern deTeaTed The PanThers. Varsity Basketball The PanThers received an honor in The k Torm oT an inviTaTion To parTicipaTe in The H was good! NaTional Championship Tourney held aT Kansas CiTy as one of The EasTern represen- TaTives. The cream oT The naTion's loaslceTball Crop Took pall in The Play lor The Clwmplon' Klein 'from The Team. Even so, Doc Carlson Slllp' has some excellenT maTerial leTT in Larry C5raduaTion will Take Sam Milanovich, red- headed Mel PorT, all-ciTy high-scorer Eddie STraloski, George Kocheran, and Jimmy erTul Team. Lose so meThing? 203 PaThraTh, Tay Marlarlcey, and LeTTy Ziolow- slci, around which he can mold anoTher pow- Coach Olson The Task oT replacing The Tive crack grad- uaTing seniors Trom lasT year's o u T d o o r l.C.A.A.A.A. championship squad was The ToughesT problem ThaT conTronTed coaches Carl Olson and James PoTTs when They began The T94-l indoor season. BuT The rise oT Tour junior sTars To Top naTional ranlcing made Their Varsity Traclc work easier. l-lap STickel and "BulleT" Bill CarTer drew headlines as Tamous sprinTers all over The coun- Try. CarTer Tied The world record oT 6.l sec- onds Tor The 60-yard dash in The BuTler relays. STickel whipped The Tamed Barney Ewell To win The l.C.A.A.A.A. sprinT TiTle. The oTher Two , avis, ooe Sounders, Allias. McCabe, Graham, Sferner, Olson, Broslcy D F 'r who drew nafional acclaim were Red Jessup and Dusfy Rhoades, flue pole vaulfing fwins. Bofh of fhese boys consisfenfly soared above I3 feef, reaching a ceiling of I3 feef 8 inches ln flue Bufler relays. Oflmer oufsfanding performers were Del An- derson, Zeke Sferner, Joe Newman, Bud Graf, Regis Larkin, and Larry Tregoning. As a feam, flue P a n f ln e r s fied for second in flue l.C.A.A.A.A. indoor and placed second in flue C.l.C. nneef. Allies. Davis. Anderson. Norfon, Newman, S+ickeI l EronT Row-Frank Goelz, Allen Holbrook, Larry KaTZ, David Williams, Howard UpdegraT, James McCul- lough, George Cunningham. Back Row-Aldo lcardi, AlberT Bush, Edgar Jones, Joseph Wilk. Guy Guadagino, Coach Ralph lv1iTTer- ling. ArThur Boriska, George Jacobs, RoberT Malloy, Edward STraloski, John Vaiksnor. Varsity Baseball Early lasT March, baseball coach Ralph lviiT- Terling looked up and down The row oT candi- daTes sTanding in TronT oT him, and breaThed a hopeTul sigh Tor The TirsT Time in his Three years aT The head oT PiTT diamond squad. This sudden opTimism was prompTed by The presence oT an l Swing hard, Ernie experienced and TalenTed Team To Tace his sTiTi I94l schedule. EirsT There was Guy Guadagnino, a Tine caTcher of Two years experience. Also he noTiced a promising group oT piTchers: Edgar Jones, Bob Malloy, and Andy Johnson, all hardened by Tough campaigns in college or sandloT ball. When The coach looked over his prospecTive inTield, he acTually smiled. l-le could have a TirsT sTring corps wiTh BarT Brown aT TirsT, Eddie STraloski aT second. John Vaiksnor aT shorT sTop, and Ernie Bonelli aT Third base. l-le also had some insurance in reserves Al Holbrook, LeTTy Baker, and Larry KaTz. ln The ouTTield, TleeTTooTed Al Bush, hard- hiTTing Frank Goelz, and The widely TalenTed Jones, leTT him liTTle To worry abouT. CerTainly The l94l season provided The mosT promising ouTlook since The renewal oT baseball aT PiTT, and The Penn STaTe Lion had reason To sharpen iTs claws in preparaTion Tor a PanTher invasion. Swimming Rifles l S ViTarTis, Kramer, Cosgrove, Wilde, Soles. OrloTT, Fedor, Ames, Grady Sgi. McDonald, Frankovifch, Cevira, Shoup. Helbling-, WiTTmes, C pT Wll C h Schaper, LaSpada. Weisman, Townsend, Bridges, Dickinson STarTing his second year as coach, youThTul Ben Grady Tound iT necessary To rebuild en- Tirely his i940 swimming squad. The inexperi- enced PanTher mermen sTarTed slowly, going Through Three meeTs wiThouT regisTering a win. l-lowever, a vicTory over Penn STaTe ended This sTring oT deTeaTs, and laTer The improving PiTT swimmers surprised all loy Taking second in The E.S.C.A. championships. Dick Ames, Buzz Cos- grove, Joe 0rloTT, Al Samson, Bolo Soles, and Joe Kaule did mosT oT The poinT scoring during The campaign. AlThough The I4 vicTories and I6 deTeaTs oT The l94l PanTher marlcsmen seems To indicaTe a slighTly sub season, This Team again meT and deTeaTed many oT The counTry's loesT riTle clulos. Besides dual maTches wiTh Drexel, Wiscon- sin, N. Y. U., and Kansas STaTe, The PanTher sharpshooTers also compeTed wiTh leading schools in The William Randolph l-learsT Trophy maTches, The NaTional AssociaTion RiTle com- peTiTion, and The NaTional Shoulder To Shoulder lViaTch in WashingTon, D. C. VeTeran Larry LaSpada led experTs James Townsend and Gerald l-laywood in a close race Tor high riTle oT The Team. OTher good marks- men were Two crack shoT newcomers, Bruno Cengia and Bill Shuclc Tennis Golf G-anger. Grance, Nickeson, Trimble. Bering, Kramer' Reegl Glenn' Seybgldl Simpson Barone DespiTe The loss oT Joe KrisTuTek To The I94I PiTT Tennis Team, The squad is loolcing Torward To a more successTul season Than ThaT oT lasT spring. The reTurn oT an experienced Tour- some: Ed Goehring, Francis l-larmuTh, Franlc Gaenger, and Bob Nickeson makes an im- proved record guiTe possible. WiTh The addi- Tion oT valuable sophomore TalenT, The Tennis enThusiasTs will Tind The l94l Team capable OT upholding a Tine PiTT TradiTion on The courT. WiTh Three leTTermen Trom The l94O golT Team reTurning To The links, coach ArT Snyder anTicipaTes a crediTable showing during The currenT season. Bill Kramer, Bob Seybold, and Jim Rees malce a Tormidable nucleus Tor any opposiTion, and wiTh The appearance oT Two or Three crack newcomers on The scene, The siTua- Tion seems guiTe promising. PiTT is a deTiniTe +hreaT in collegiaTe golf circles This year. 208 Jim Potts lntramural Athletics A survey ot the winners in the various lntra- mural contests during the year iust past, re- veals that the titles were well distributed, Une ot the most surprising upsets ot the Intramural sport season was the Independents' winning ot the Intramural basketball championship over both the tavored traternity entry and the En- gineers. ln the volleyball race, Phi Gamma Delta squeezed through to the championship in the last week ot the race. The Fiiis also topped all opposition in the touch-tootball tes- tivities. The Amity Club lceglers took the bowl- ing title by downing the Pi Lams in the season play-otts. A strong Sigma Alpha ivlu squad won the badminton crown: the Delta Tau Deltas made it three in a row as they easily captured the lntra-mural table tennis title: to Phi Epsilon Pi went the honor ot winning the tirst paddle tennis championship in that sport's competi- tive debut. Mitterling, Grady, Sheatter, Josephs, Stitt FOOTBALL While The Punks were easing inTo The Inde- pendenT championship oT lnTramural Touch TooTball, The Phi Sams had To baTTle all The way Tor The Top posiTion in The FraTerniTy League. Dr. Carlson's non-TraTerniTy eleven proved Their all-round superioriTy by placing Three boys, lvlel PorT, "LeTTy" Ziolkowski, and Sam lvlilanovich, on The all-inTramural myThical squad. The Fiiis were noT raTed much oT a chance To win The TraTerniTy TooTball crown in early season pre- dicTions. BuT, The Phi Gam boys came Through, and also had Two oT Their players, lvlike lVliTchell and Paul lvlachleill, unanimously elecTed To The all-inTramural ranks. TABLE TENNIS For The Third consecuTive year, The men oT DelTa Tau DelTa capTured The inTerTraTerniTy Table Tennis championship. ln The lasT maTch oT The race, The DelT guarTeT, made up OT Dan Cannon, Bud Hawkins, Bill Kramer, and Jim Klein shuT ouT Sigma Alpha Mu, who placed second, and Took The Trophy. Dan Cannon, compleTing Tour years oT compeTiTion, proved himselT The ouTsTanding player on The campus. VOLLEYBALL By sweeping Through Three sTraighT games in The Tinal maTch oT The season, Phi Gamma DelTa nosed ouT Pi Kappa Alpha Tor The inTra- mural volleyball chaimpionship. CompeTiTion was keen ThroughouT The race as The Phi Sams and Pi.K.A.'s baTTled neck and neck, The Pi.K.A.'s Tinally seTTling Tor second place. OuT- sTanding Tor The champions were Al Holbrook, SToney BiTner, Bill Colvin, lvlike lVliTchell, Earl Pressel, and Joe RoberTs. PADDLE TENNIS WiTh paddle Tennis making iTs debuT in The inTramural program, The Two-man Team Trom Phi Epsilon Pi, souThpaws Wally Hirsch and Jimmy DeuTelbaum, swepT Through The Tra- TerniTy ranks To emerge as champions. Bob Eer- ris and Bob Black oT Phi DelTa TheTa, second place winners, menaced The Phi Eps, buT Hirsch and DeuTelbaum Tinished ouT The race wiTh a record oT ThirTy-Three vicTories in ThirTy-six games To easily Top Their rivals Trom DiThridge STreeT. BASKETBALL ComparaTively unheard oT aT The sTarT oT The race, The lndependenTs achieved real recogniTion by emerging vicTorious over boTh The ElecTricals and The lnTerTraTerniTy cham- pions, Sigma Alpha Mu, To win The all-inTra- mural baslceTball championship. ln The Tinal game oT The season The lndependenTs nosed ouT The ElecTricals, previous conquerers oT The Sammies. EooTballers Edgar Jones, Ralph EiTe, and Bill DuTTon sTarred Tor The champions while Rudy TraTar and all-inframural Hack WhiTe paced The ElecTricals and Sammies, respec- Tively. BOWLING By exhibiTing championship Torm during The enTire race, The AmiTy Club keglers capTured Their second consecuTive inTramural bowling crown, when The Pi Lambda Phi bowlers, inTer- TraTerniTy champions, losT Two sTraighT games during The playoTTs. Emil DeLeo, Jack Henning, Al NorbuT, Ed Murphy, and Frank Franchini, composed The AmiTy quinTeT. BurT Engelsburg sTood ouT Tor The Pi Lams. The remaining mem- bers oT The TraTerniTy champions' Team in- cluded Lenny Wollc, Al Gross, Hershey lVlaTTes. and Norm Feinberg. Yardumian, STraloski, Weaver, Deans, Morgan Physical Education Club They are Torever Topping Their own rec- ords in The Physical EducaTion Club, one OT The newer organizaTions on campus, They play a sTronq game, Their serious qeT-To- geThers are aimed sTraighT Tor The chin, and Their TunTesTs are all-American TavoriTes on campus. Once a monfh They meeT Tor dinner in Heinz House, where led by presidenT Doris Weaver, They ouTline The plans Tor The com- ing Tour weeks. Florence Boney, social chair- ,..v.,.-.4,c.. . Weekends aT Camp PHT man, may suggesf coolcoufs, bowling or swimming parfies, or a freasure hunf. Or, on fhe more serious side, fhe members may dis- cuss lecfures given by fhe deparfmenf on all phases of hygiene. Their big nighf on campus is Recognifion Nighf, during which fhe club honors ouf- sfanding senior men and women. The week fhe local group played hosf fo ofher college clubs af fhe Sfafe convenfion saw Mary Hilda Fagan busy decorafing l-lofel Web- sfer l-lall and Adele Yorio planning fhe en- ferfainmenf. Alfhough fhe club, composed of all physi- cal educafion maiors, has fhe serious pur- pose of advancing professionalism in physi- cal educafion, affairs iusf for fun hold a favored spof on ifs program. An oufsfand- ing parfy was 'rhe one on Ocfober 2 which infroduced fhe freshmen fo fhe organizafion. Presidenf .... Vice Presidenf .... .... Secrefary . . . Treasurer . . Advisor . . .... Doris Weaver . . . .Ed Sfraloslfi Rufh Yardumium . .Priscilla Deans .C. W. Morgan Gof a good foundafion? l Kushner. NedeTslcy, Sieeb Harris, Fagen, I-lechT. Bibya. Mendoza Reariclc, Yardurnian, Hoiz, Yorio, Aclfer, Lloyd, Korch wo.. "A sporT Tor every womanln ThaT's The moTTo OT Women's AThleTic AssociaTion. And This year, The organizaTion has ouTdone iTselT in Trying To live up To This goal. Tourna- menTs in which The members compeTe wiTh each oTher Tor leTTers, inTramurals in which They vie wiTh Tech, P. C. W., and Duquesne, and sporTs jusT Tor The love OT iT are only a parT OT The exTensive program. Bowling and basl4eTloall enThusiasTs. under chairmen l-lar- rieT l-Tarris and lvlary l-lilda Fagan, compeTe in TournamenTsg swimming champions-To-be hold swimming parTies in Trees Gym pool, under The chairmanship oT Virginia NedeT- slcyg and girls who wanT To learn an easy way To rhyThm and grace Trek up To The modern enis Athletic Association lnformal ParTies 2I4 dancing classes headed by Bernice Keuhner in a special sTudio on The 32nd Tloor. Peggy Bibza will insTrucT anyone who is inTeresTed in badminTong RuTh Yardumian will Teach archery: and Tennis groups are under The chairmanship oT Vivian Schang. Members oT The organizaTion are oTTen inviTed To "SporTs Days" aT oTher colleges, including Penn STaTe and California STaTe Teachers College. I-lealfh Weeks, under The direcTion oT Dr. Auleen M. Jamison, are held several Times Through The year. A PosTure Clinic, arranged by RuTh STeeb, was one proiecT sponsored by The members. Working hand in hand wiTh W. A. A. is The OuTing Club which sponsors Two ouTings a year aT The Y.W.C.A. camp aT Camp PiTT. ln The midsT oT such an elaboraTe program, The social angle is noT enTirely TorgoTTen. Square dances and a hillbilly orchesTra Tea- Tured The Thanksgiving Barn Dance, led by RuTh Sampleg There was also a YuleTide FeasT, which T-larrieT l-larris arranged, a George WashingTon ParTy direcTed by Midge Anderson, and picnics aT SouTh Park. The mosT imporTanT evenT oT The social sea- son was The "Bal MysTique," a Tormal dance which served as an occasion To welcome Freshmen early in The Fall. PresidenT ....... Vice PresidenT ..... SecreTa ry ....... . . . Treasurer ............... i. . W.S. G. A. RepresenTaTive. .. ..Adele Yorio . . . .Irma l-loTz .Delores Acker JeaneTTe Lloyd .Mabel Moore Adele Yorio WOmen's sporTs aT PiTT lay emphasis on "broad parTicipaTion." ConsequenTly. There are no varsiTy Or school Teams since This would OT necessiTy limiT The members. Believing ThaT mOsT OT The girls are inTeresTed in playing Tor recreaTiOn and noT Tor learning highly skilled meThods OT Teaching The sporTs, Dr. ElizabeTh Reariclc, head OT The deparTmenT OT Women's physical educaTion, has divided The program Women's Sports inTo Two classiTicaTions. The 'Freshman service classes provide an opporTuniTy Tor Treshman women To parTicipaTe in sporTs. All acTion ouT- side OT classworlc is relaTed To The major pro- gram and worlcs direcTly wiTh W.A.A. The Two organizaTiOns are so closely co-ordinaTed ThaT There is no real dividing line beTween Them. Members OT The W.A.A. have charge OT Ten- nis, archery, bowling, badminTon, riding, mod- BadminTon Tennis Ping Pong Deck Tennis Women's Sports ern dancing, volleyball, and baskeTball. They do The planning Themselves under The super- vision oT The Physical EducaTion cleparTmenT. This year began The co-recreaTion hour which has become very popular. During posTed hours, men and women oT The UniversiTy may parTici- paTe in sporTs TogeTher. Playing noT Tor TournamenTs buT iusT Tor The Tun OT iT, They have Thoroughly enioyecl The games oT badminTon, ping-pong, shuTTle board, archery and lawn bowling. WiTh our new Tacili- Ties here aT The CaTheolral gym, There have been a greaTer number OT parTicipanTs boTh in classwork and in The inTramural program This year Than in any oTher year. 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From The receiving line, Jrhe freshmen and Jrheir menlors wandered from group To group, meeling The lralerniiy women and iacully ad- visors. Meeling rhe represenlalives oi rhe four- leen groups wasn'+ half so irighlening as lhe freshmen had supposed for Mary Hilda Fagan made Jrhem feel righr al home. The hum of voices mingled wirh Thai of lhe soil music as The girls were mei by Chrisrine Allan and her aides, serving relreshmenls. Afler visiring and challering for The beller parl of an hour, Jrhe freshmen said good-nighi. 222 Panhellenic Council Belly Dils Presideni ..... Vice President . Secreiary ...... Treasuer ..... W.S.G.A. Rep.. ALPHA DELTA PI ..... ALPHA EPSILON PHI. .. BETA PHI ALPHA ..... BETA SIGMA OMICRON ..... CHI OMEGA ........ DELTA DELTA DELTA .... DELTA PHI EPSILON .... KAPPA ALPHA THETA.. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. PHI MU .......,... PHI SIGMA SIGMA .... THETA PHI ALPHA .... ZETA TAU ALPHA ..,.. ..........BeHy Dils .. .... Mary Hilda Fagan . . . .DoroJrI'1y Weber Margarer Coulson ... .... Sara Thigpen . . . . .Jane Musser Marilyn Hemans .. ...Louise RosenbIurn Reva Rosenberg . . . . .Sara Thigpen Harrier Blair ., . . .Be+'ry KimberIing Marion Rossier . . . . .Jane Travis GaiI Brendlinger . . . . . Be-Hy Toddie Jeanine S'repI'1enson . . . . .Bernice Fisher Ann Burke . .... Margaref Coulson EIeanor Euwer .. . . .DoroJrI'1y Weber RuII'1 SampIe . . . . .Mary Alma OIancIer Jean DoeI'1Ia .. . . .FIorence NycIes Florence Goodside . . . . .Mary Hilda Fagan Mary Riia Keenan . . . . .Helen Buenie I is PanI1eIIenic Freshmen Recep+ion There are no blank pages in The l94l memory book oT The Alpha DelTa Pi's Tor This year was crowded wiTh evenTs. The social season was oTT To a sTarT wiTh a real, old-Tashioned hay-ride which The acTives held Tor The pledges. DoroThy SegelhorsT arranged The aTTair. The pledges, in Turn TeTed The acTives wiTh a paiama parTy early in December aT which Dolores Moser planned The program and served The reTreshmenTs. ln The spring, all The girls received inviTaTions To "leT down Their hair" aT an Adagio ParTy. ATTer This rough and Tumble aTTair, The A.D.Pi's wenT inTo guiTe a diTTerenT mood as They donned Their mosT glamorous gowns Tor The spring Tormal. On The more solemn side, They had a Founder's Day celebraTion aT The College Club and a PaTronesses Dinner aT Their aparTmenT in The Belle- Tield Dwellings. ln June, mosT oT The members aT- Tended The naTional convenTion which This year was held in l-loT Springs, Virginia. , 1 mr: Florence l-leTheringTon Alpha Delta Pi l PresidenT ......... Florence l-leTheringTon Vice PresidenT .............. Dolly Adlcer Recording SecreTary. .DoroThy SegelhorsT Corresponding SecreTary.lv1arilyn l-lermans Treasurer ....... .... V irginia NecleTsky Musser, Voland, S g Ih T H H Theringlron, Acker, Zapolslcy, Brown, 224 NedeTslcy Alpha Epsilon Phi A local service proiecT oT The neophyTes oT Alpha Epsilon Phi under Dean Evy Green has kepT Them busy This pasT year. They sponsored a program To Tinancially aid unusually giTTed public school children and give Them opporTun- iTy To conTinue Their arTisiTic TalenTs aT a PiTTs- burgh insTiTuTion. To raise money Tor This pro- iecT Selma Shapiro and her commiTTee planned a scholarship bridge aT The l-loTel Schenley on April 20. When reTurning Trom a mid-semesTer vaca- Tion in Florida, Sally PiTTler, Bea SheTiler, and Reva Rosenberg broughl' home a dinner bell which now graces The dining room oT The A.E. Phi aparTmenT in The Belleiield Dwellings. This, along wiTh a radio-vicTrola seT won in a pop- ular conTesT, new, rugs, and draperies helped make The aparTmenT compleTe. ln celebraTing The TwenTy-TirsT year OT Nu chapTer on campus, naTional dean GerTrude Friedland ivlarlcel enTerTained The girls aT The Eounder's Day BanqueT by comparing The be- ginning in l92O wiTh presenT-day acTiviTies. Labbie, Green, Klein, Glick, Cohen, Levinson, KiTay, Fineberg, OrniTz, Biron, Rosenbloom, PiTTler, Mendoza, Levy, ie e, S Y Sp q l MonTroll, Rosenberg Harris, Klein, Barbrow, Harrison, Shefifler, Eisenberg Evelyn Green Dean. . . ..... Evelyn Green Sub-Dean. ..... EsTher Gliclc Scribe .... .... R hea Labbie Treasurer .... BeTTy Biron ln Sepfember, Befa Sigs donned aprons fo gef fheir newiivlorewood Avenue aparfmenf in order under fhe direcfions of Olive Reifz, house manager. Anne Logue painfed chairs, Molly Rossier hung drapes, and Joyce l-lansen shined fhe Befa Sigma Omicron nafional scholarship cup. Finally, fhe aparf- menf was finished and for fhe resf of fhe monfh fhe girls of fhe ruby and pink showed off fhe resulfs of fheir domesficify af open houses. The sixfh of December found Lois l-lowe and Ann Carr along wifh acfives and alumnae shaking hay- seed from fheir hair af a barn dance in Clairfon Park Lodge. Beffy Kimberling acfed as fun direcfor. On December fwelffh, Alpha Tau chapfer cele- brafed Founder's Day wifh an informal banguef af which Beffy Jane MacQueen served as foasfmis- fress. Chairman Johanna Chesniclc wifh fhe Befa Sigs and fheir dafes closed fhe season af fhe fradifional sfarlighf formal in May. Pafsy Miller exclaimed abouf fhe moonlighf, sfarlighf, and soff music as she danced by, while fhe orchesfra serenaded wifh "Loveiy fo Loolc Af." i iviarfha Jane Abercrombie Beta Sigma Cmicron Presiclenf ...... Marfha Jane Abercrombie Vice Presidenf ............... Lois Howe Recording Secrefary ......... Olive Reifz Corresponding Secrefary.Genieve Gowafy Treasurer ...... ......... A nne Logue Hansen. Smifh, Logue, Howe, Carr, Chesniclc, 226 MacQueen, Miller, Rossier Chi Omega No ThaT wasn'T a whirlwind ThaT iusT blew pasTl ThaT was iusT The Chi O's in lTaly STrain's new road- sTer. And under The leadership oT Murelle Russell The girls have kepT going aT a TasT pace This pasT year. To supplemenT The special occasions, The Chi Omega's high-lighTed each monTh by enTerTaining a TaculTy member aT dinner and a round-Table dis- cussion and They claim This program was noT de- signed Tor "apple-polishing." Personnel chairman Rosemarye BunTing presenTed lvlrs. Edna T. BaTz speaking on "PersonaliTy" and rushing chairman MarTha Belle Buchanan broughT Miss Helen Poole Rush in To speak on "Rushing," Jane lv1iddleTon aided Triendly relaTions beTween sisTer and broTher TraTerniTy, Chi Gmega and Kap- pa Sigma, wiTh a Tormal dance aT The Churchill Val- ley CounTry Club in December. ATTer receiving walleTs on which The TraTerniTy seal was engraved, escorTs nodded approvingly aT The Tune "'l'haT's WhaT I WanT For ChrisTmas." ln keeping wiTh The TradiTional myTh in The TraTer- niTy oT The spring and Tall Eleusian, The Chi O's cele- braTed These Two seasons wiTh a Tall Tea and spring banqueT, chaired respecTively by Gail Brendlinger and GerTrude Shirk. Sh rk, BunTing, Middlefon, Buchanan R sell, Travis, STraln 227 J T7 Murelle Russel PresidenT ................ lvlurelle Russell Vice PresidenT ........ Rosernarye BunTing SecreTary .................. Jane Travis Treasurer. .. ..... MarTha Bell Buchanan A new sTar and crescenT sign lighTed up The Tri DelT chapTer house on Bayard STreeT. And iT was here Thaf an early Tall luncheon sTarTed The round oT acTiviTies originaTing under EsTella STouT's direcTion. ATTer Hulda Tully and Joann Riddle decoraTed The house in TesTive ChrisTmas colors, Peg PaTTerson and The oTher Tri-DelTs enTerTained children Trom The Home Tor The Friendless. D. J. Bailey dressed as SanTa Claus while Alice Day, Jean Dalcer, and Fran Hughes helped him pass ouT giTTs To everyone. The TradiTional Pansy BreakTasT aTTer The Friday nighT dance oT Spring FesTival Week was given by new pledges Tor seniors. Beginning abouT seven o'clock, pledges served and Then gave Their senior big sisTers a giTT wiTh The TraTerniTy seal and a pansy corsage. Mary KaTe McMasTer, BeTTy Toddie. and The oTher seniors laTer bid Tarewell as acTive mem- bers oT The chapTer and ioined The alumnae group. , . .2 I , Delta Delta Delta PresidenT .................. EsTella STouT Vice PresidenT ...... Mary KaTe McMasTer Recording SecreTary .... GreTchen SchuTTe Corresponding Secre-Tary. . .MargareT Hill Treasurer ........,..... Audrey McLaren Becker, Moore, McConnaughy, McMasTer Jamison, McKee, Simpson, Day, STevenson, Schall, S Riddle. Harris, Brink, Hill, Baker, Hewes, BloTTer L Gl P TT S T Black, Mc aren. enn, a erson, mi h, Toddie. 228 STO T Delta Phi Epsilon This year The D. Phi E. social book proudly dis- played a new address and as soon as The house- keeping eTTorTs oT The sorors were up To A calibre, Their new home was inTroduced To The campus aT an open celebraTion. LaTer on, Adeline Applebaum led a winTer house dance and 'Tis said ThaT liTTerbug Ann Burke really sTole The show ThaT nighT. SaTurday nighT parTies arranged by lvlinna Kam- ber and Frances Berez broughT The D. Phi E.'s closer TogeTher and proved successTul. ln January, Blanche Cousin was chairman oT The annual scholarship bridge aT The PorT PiTT l-loTel. ProTiTs Trom The aTTair wenT Toward an award pre- senTed To The ouTsTanding undergraduaTe non- TraTerniTy woman. To celebraTe The compleTion OT exams, MaTilda Kamber led The couples aT Their spring Tormal aT The Pines. A purple and gold color scheme, symbolic OT The TraTerniTy, was The Theme Tor This lasT and Ta- voriTe dance oT The year. er, . . am er, ousin, urke.Applebaum F h M L K b C B F edlander, Berez, l-lelnz C. Kamber 229 Divine Joy Friedland PresidenT ....... ..... D ivine Friedlancl Vice PresidenT .......... MaTiIda Kamber Corresponding SecreTary .... Regina l-leinz Recording SecreTary. .Adeline Applebaum Treasurer. .. ............ Regina Heinz The super special DelTa ZeTa social program opened wiTh a Tormal aT The Shannopin CounTry Club. While presidenT RuTh RoberTs and Sally Sie- berT exclaimed over each oTher's gowns, Their escorTs gazed wisTTully aT The dance Tloor. Finally, The group divided inTo couples and The dance began. Polly WaTT and ChrisTina Allan appreciaTed The candy received Trom newly wed Mary Wilcox Meyers, buT They s+ilI looked lonesome Tor The Third member oT Their TriumviraTe. FesTiviTies Tor The week-end oT The Tech game began wiTh a paiama parTy aT The house The nighT beTore The game. By The Time oT The SaTurday nighT dance, Evelyn WesTermann and Bobbie Birnie were Trying To hide The circles under Their eyes. January 2l, The DelTa ZeTas celebraTed Their TwenTy-TiTTh anniversary on campus wiTh a dinner aT The house. BeTTy lvlaiTs planned The aTTair which Tea- Tured The rose, Their Tloral symbol. BeTTy Jane ThaTcher, Grace McCombs, and BeTTy lv1aiTs made aTTracTive bridesmaids as They aTTended Kay STolTz, lasT year's presidenT down The middle aisle. ln The midsT oT all This social liTe, The DelTa ZeTas Tound Time To sTudy, and were rewarded wiTh The Panhellenic Scholarship Cup. The lamp is burning brighTer Than ever. RuTh RoberTs Delta Zeta PresidenT ................. RuTh RoberTs Vice Presidem' ....... BeTTy Jane ThaTcher Recording SecreTary .... Grace lvlcCombs Corresponding Sec.. . .Evelyn WesTermann Treasurer ........ ...... R oberTa Birnie Wolfe, SieberT, Meyer, Lyon, Brunlc, Jones, McCombs WesTermann, RoberTs, ThaTcher, Allan, WaTT, Birnie, MaiTs P rTe King, o r 230 Kappa Alpha Theta This year, TheTa's began someThing which They hope will become a TradiTion. ln memory oT Nancy l-liles, lasT year's presidenT, who died during The summer, a bronze plaque was placed in The chapTer room. The name oT each year's ouTsTanding senior will be inscribed on The plaque. This year, several oT The girls are eligible Tor This honor because oT Their acTiviTy in The TraTerniTy. Ginny Vinnedge was chair- man oT The Tall pledge Tea, The TirsT social evenT oT The season. Mary Lewis planned The enTerTainmenT Tor The Tall iniTiaTes, and lviargareT Gibson proved how much Tun a scavenger hunT could be. When The disTricT presidenT oT Kappa Alpha TheTa visiTed The house, Rhoda Plummer and Rose Brennan honored her wiTh a Tea. During The ChrisTmas vacaTion, ac- Tives held a slumber parTy direcTed by l-larrieT Glas- ser. Tish l-lamilTon was chairman OT an inTormal dance and KiTTy KoonTz led The Spring Formal aT The Field Club To close The social season. N holas, Crawford. Sapp T1, Jo ns on, ie s. owen, n erson h T Sh Id B A d ey, Cox, WasmuTh, Simpson, Euwer, Rowell. KoonTz, Coulson, Glasser, l-lamilTon e b PI B L e I A v ag son, ummer,Childress, rennan, ewis, aran, inne e 23l Rhoda Plummer PresidenT .............. Rhoda Plummer Vice-PresidenT ........ Virginia Childress Recording SecreTary ....... Rose Brennan Corresponding SecreTary. . .Eleanor Euwer Treasurer ....... ...... F rances Rowell Kappa Kappa Gamma IT There is a king oT hearTs around, you can beT some Kappa will capTure him-Tor The K.K.6. girls can boasT oT more marriages and engagemenTs Than any oTher women's TraTerniTy on campus. FirsT Lady in The order is prexie RuTh Beachler Taano who was married lasT AugusT. Gene Pyle and BeTh T-lughes are bo+h wearing rings, and Jean Geib, now wear- ing "his" TraTerniTy pin, will soon ioin The diamond ring rank. So iT is enTirely appropriaTe ThaT The Kappa's presenTaTion oT "Good Housekeeping" won honorable menTion in The Panhellenic sing con- TesT held in February. Also apropos oT Their new- Tound domesTiciTy is The inTeresT They all Took in adding The maple Turnished chapTer room. To geT pracTice in The "domesTic arTs," They held several social aTTairs. An open house began The whirl. l.aTer, TraTerniTy rivalry was TorgoTTen as They TeTed The TheTas aT a dance. Soon aTTer, The TaThers were guesTs aT a bangueT planned by Sue Rigby and Nancy SundsTrom. A Kappa-DelT banguel' Tor The TaculTy held aT The DelT house highlighTed The social season. Gene Pyle was The Kappa chairman. RuTh Beachler Taano PresidenT ........... RuTh Beachler Taano Vice PresidenT ............. BeTh l-lughes Recording SecreTary ...... BeTTy Springer Corresponding SecreTary. . .Suzanne Rigby Treasurer ...... ..... N ancy SundsTrom NesbiTT, Rigby, Delp, Caldwell Taano, Ridsdale, Hess, RoughTon, Bock, Weber, Thompson, Day, Dav Springer, SundsTrom. Geib, McCausland, Undercoffler, Frobouck 232 Phi Mu Going dramaTic, having weddings and moving inTo a new aparTmenT are only a Tew oT The acTivi- Ties which have ke-pT The Phi lvlu's busy This pasT year, under presidenT BeTTy Bailey. ln April, The alumnae and acTives presenTed a play, "The GhosT's Train" by RoberT Allan Seen oT Kilbuclc Tame aT The Congress oT Clubs. Jean Doehla promoTed The sale oT TiclceTs Trom The acTive chap- Ter while The alums headed The acTual casT. JaneT Collins was married in 0cTober wiTh Mary Alma Olander acTing as maid oT honor and The resT oT The chapTer serving as hosTesses aT The Tea and recepTion Tollowing The wedding. A bridge aT Rosenbaum's in January Tor The ben- eTiT OT The naTional scholarship Tund was chaired by lvlary Ellen TriTsch. Tea and cookies, cards and a clever program were enioyed by everyone-ac- Tives, alums, and members OT The lvloTher's club. ln keeping wiTh The American cusTom oT moving every lvlay TirsT, Phi Mu's Took up a new residence aT "The Gables" ancl The TurniTure, Trophies and whaT-noTs Trom Their Tormer place soon made The aparTmenT compleTe. Peggy Woodside and Gerry STeinacl4er cleaned, painTed and worked very hard along wiTh The oTher girls To have everyThing done beTore exams and Their closing spring Torrnal. ST naclcer. Woodside C lquiri, Wellce, Doehla. Bailey, Oleander 233 BeTTy Bailey PresidenT ....... ......... B eTTy Bailey Vice PresidenT ........ Angeline Caliguiri SecreTary .......... Geraldine STeinacker Treasurer.. . ...... Mary Ellen TriTsch Even beTore school sTarTed The Phi Sigs made iT quiTe apparenT ThaT They were on The march. They were The TirsT women's TraTerniTy in The ciTy To do volunTeer work Tor The Red Cross by l4niTTing and making surgical dress- ings. STarTing This projecT lasT summer They conTinued wiTh iT ThroughouT The year. During ChrisTmas vacaTion, Leona Lieber- man, lvlarion Weiss, Tillie l-lelTgoTT, Jane Kan- del, and The Nydes Twins Took Themselves oTT To ST. Louis and The NaTional ConvenTion. Here, They welcomed Three newly organized chapTers. l-lere, Too, Isabel Nydes accepTed The impressive naTional eTTiciency cup Tor loTa chapTer. ParenTs oT acTive Phi Sigs also played a parT in This year's program. ln April, The Dad's were TeTed by Their daughTers wiTh a PaTher's STealc BangueT aT The l-loTel Schenley. The moThers were noT TorgoTTen Tor a biT laTer They had Tlowers, poeTry, speeches and reTreshmenTs aT The MoTher's Day Luncheon. Gladys Silberman lcepT TesTiviTies going aT The William Penn Tor This mosT successTul oT Phi Sig luncheons. Phi Sigma Sigma Pres1denT ........ ....... l sabel Nydes Vice PresidenT. SecreTary ..... Treasurer ...... Social Chairman.. .... Leona Lieberman Hilda Landerman Bernice Feingold ivlaTilda l-lelTgoTT Isabel Nydes i . JL, L aw , Zggifii .- ', wud. ,. I Silberman, LowenThal, GolclsTein, Linden Hirsh, Klein, Lowy, Prise F. Nydes. Weiss, Ginsburg Feingold. Landerman, Goodside I, Nycles, Lieberman, HelTgoTT 234 Theta Phi Alpha "IT is be++er To give Than To receive" was The moTTo oT TheTa Phi Alpha This year as They under- Took a number oT philanThropic proiecTs under The supervision oT Mary Jane FirTh. Their exTensive local proiecT was The MargareT EnrighT Memorial Fund scholarship which is given every Scholar's day To a deserving Sophomore woman Tor use in her iunior year. AT ChrisTmas Time, Mary Lou WalTers helped collecT dolls Tor The CaTholic chariTies To give To poor children. Mary RuTh Hosey and Rosemary Sul- livan experienced real pleasure as aids in This service proiecT. T. P. A. enioyed The Mardi Gras parTy sponsored by The alumnae iusT beTore vacaTion. This TradiTional aTTair saw The T.P.A. residence decoraTed in Typical Mardi Gras splendor wiTh real open house hos- piTaliTy, SouThern baked ham, and colorTul TrivoliTy. Their social schedule included a winTer and spring Tormal aT The William Penn, neaT Teamwork aT The Sadie Hawkins parTy, and rioTous Times aT house dances. Then back again To Chippewa, The T.P.A. coTTage on Chippewa Lake near Cleveland, where Alice Lally, Mary Hilda Fagan, and Virginia Halen goT plenTy oT swimming, sun Tan, and relaxaTion Trom Their sTrenous senior year. MCaul, Askin, Bufera, Zarman, Bassompierre, Lally, DeLeo, Keenan, Kenney. Epping, Bihary, Moran H ey, FirTh, Sfack, Halen, Fagan, Boyle, Kim 235 Mary Jane FirTh PresidenT ............... Mary Jane FirTh Vice PresidenT ........ Rosemary Sullivan Recording SecreTary ........ Julia De Leo Corresponding SecreTary. . .Bernice Brisick Treasurer .............. Marjorie Kennoy LasT Tall's harvesT broughT wiTh iT an alTered casTle Tor The ZeTas. Cobwebs, dusT, sheeT-covered TurniTure, dangling sTrips oT wallpaper, and The wriThing window enTrance were inescapable aT Their l-launTed l-louse ParTy, spiriTed by Midge Ander- son. Julia Clemens' ghosTly sound eTFecTs had every- one screaming in horror. The day oT The Penn STaTe game Tound The ac- Tives OT ZeTa Tau Alpha bickering wiTh Their sisTers and The Sigma Nu's Trom STaTe. The girls enioyed brunch aT The house and Then leTT arm-in-arm To ouT- cheer each oTher aT The game. Fun and Tellowship was caroled loud and long aT The ChrisTmas winTer Tormal aT The UniversiTy Club. lVlarTha Wandrisco made arrangemenTs Tor The orchesTra, reTreshmenTs, and Tavors while BeTTy Larson and Margie WinTer greeTed acTives, alums, and Their daTes. DesserT aT The house beTore Panhel Ball prepared by BeTTy Dils, Loisbell Pryor, and BeTTy DuTl:ield added To TraTerniTy Triendships and a perTecT dance. Julia Clemens Zeta Tau Alpha PresidenT ....... ..... J ulia Clemens Vice PresiclenT ..... ..... M argie WinTer SecreTary ....... ...... B eTTy Luck Treasurer... .... Louise Rowland Long, Willces, Wan Dils, Wehlinich, BuenTe. Gesregan 236 cl P y UI ich, Ewing, Luck, Dulifield, WinTer, Cl risco, r or, r Lloyd. Larson, WianT, Anderson, Koellilcer, Harb gh ST l 1, Q3,'y?g6wQ?fMLf5:fmw Q 1 -Tm' HOPSG ' A . -.,, x , Q 9 Y' I . QU? 5 1 L -' fi Q 'i bi .gw 4QywfgwQ fh - Www? Qg U 11lQ gif bww HQ?T?WQWf'W ? '7ff'4'5'0f0fffa - Tffffff1f Cwpefmon, df 548 My l .'? U x .' ' . llliifg 2 - S , QQQWE -- 52 QQ I 5, it A Q Q 6 9 g ' ' I M . . ' I Sir! fa ' 45, :hy fl , i EM I Y' Dah-f-feff ffecepffbh lI?76 ' 1 X , A , r , 4 ' f w ' 'ik f ' 1 1 ME N x 1. x ,- Z Z 3 K w 1 X .gf , p '91 2 1' s. RenTon, Kreimer, Young. Edelman, WinTner, Mansfield, Holbrook Bailey, Cooke, Hughes, Corley, Ludwig STaufT, Glenn, Ramson, Gardner The only good precedenT is a broken precedenT, according To IF Council, long proud oT iTs independence and progressive- ness. lvieeTings are noT The perTuncTory women's book-review club Type: represenTaTives are noT The lackadaisical, lame-duck congressmen. lnsTead, They are conscienTious, inTroducing pro- posals relaTed To every phase of TraTerniTy life. lVloTions are made, discussed, passed, and so . . . An educaTional program, olirecTed by Jaclc STauTT, was de- signed To eliminaTe The comcusion of rushing and pledging. The series oT TuncTions gained campus prominence when Tresh- men were enTerTained in early OcTober. A Tea dance in Web- sTer l-lall and a sTyle clinic, TeaTuring "Eslcie's" laTesT Toggery. headed The program. To TaciliTaTe The cooperaTion oT The pledges oT The ThirTeen groups comprising TraTerniTy council proper, a pledge union was organized. ObiecTives included improved TaculTy and 240 lnterfraternity Council Alvin Ludwig alumni relaTions, and higher social and scholas- Tic sTandards. Progressive pledge dances were among The TirsT evenTs on The group's calendar. One more sTep Talcen To sTrengThen The Greeks' place in The sun was The comcerence beTween Chancellor Bowman and The Council concerning The ideal TraTerniTy row. Members were assured oT The adminisTraTion's inTeresT in a plan Tor consTrucTion oT more adequaTe housing TaciliTies. ATTer The annual ChrisTmas drive Tor con- TribuTions Tor The PiTTsburgh needy, The Greeks combined TraT songs wiTh carols as a parT oT The "sing and swing" oT The YuleTide FesTival. The l-loTel Schenley was The locale, Jimmy Joy and company The band, Larry KaTz, The chair- man. February Touncl TraTerniTy men swamping TlorisTs wiTh orchid orders Tor Rudy JanaTa's "sophisTicaTed buT gay" version oT The IF Ball. l-larry James supplied The iive. "BesT in years" was The currenT commenT. PresidenT ...... ...... A l Ludwig Vice PresidenT .... ..... D ick Gardner Treasurer ...... ...... T ed Hook SecreTary ....... ..... B ob Jones Member aT Large... ..... Roy Ruane l L These boTTles are only decoraTion Delta Tau Delta How To Win Friends and Influence People musT have been on The required reading lisT oT every DelT over The summer. Rushing Chairman Jack STauTT sTarTed oTl The season wiTh a new campus sigh, gaTh- ering no Tewer Than ThirTy-Two pledges To The Told. Rush week was a busy Time wiTh a TaThers' smoker and a sTag barbecue aT SouTh Park. Prexy Bob Jones proudly poinTed ouT his ODK boys, Bob Shaw and Dave BuenTe, inTroduced Bill Sheris, ediTor oT The Owl, and paraded The Three varsiTy TooTballers, Bud I-lawkins, Bill Benghauser, and Jack STahl beTore The eyes oT dazzled rushees. SprinTing aT The Tinish wiTh a dinner-dance aT ST. Clair CounTry Club, They Tin- ished TirsT in The race Tor new blood. The DelTs add- ed a recepTion Tor The TaculTy To Their social calen- dar This year, wiTh The Kappa Kappa Gammas lend- ing a helping hand, To help break in Their new RecreaTion Room. RoberT Jones ATA PresidenT ....... .... R oberT Jones Vice PresidenT ............. Jack STauTF Recording SecreTary .... William Kramer Corresponding SecreTary. . .Dan Cannon Treasurer ....... ..... T-l arris Hawkins Newbury, Chirazzi, Sands, Soles, Kramer, Riddle, N l y Baldwin, Bengha D l y Pi'l'Ler, WenT7, CrunkelTon, Yokley Shaw, lvlcConnen, Young, Freebie lvliTchell, GUST, Simpson, ATherholT, BenTley, Gregg CamaraTa, Beerbower, Wylie, Swenson, Kennedy, S SieTen, Svenson, Cook, Johnson, Cornelius, l-lufchinson, Foley Trimble, Kincaid, Slahl, Weber, BuenTe l-lagan, Jones, LouTzenhiser, Lewis, ToTTen, STauTl, Hawkins, Kelso 242 RoberT Ross PresidenT ...... .,... R oberT Ross Vice PresidenT .... .... D ick Aukerman SecreTary .... . . ..Tom BranThoover Treasurer . . . . . .George Dressler Kappa Sigma WiTh all The ceremony, pomp, and splendor oT The ancienT riTuals aT The Tounding oT The TraTerniTy, 54I years ago aT Bologna, The Kappa Sigma 'Fellows held pledge inducTions aT Their DiThridge STreeT house. Bull sessions around The Kappa Sig Tireplace, a banqueT wiTh all The Tixings, and an inTormal smoker added To The Tellowship and TraTernal back- ground oT The pledge nighT program. Then acTiviTy wenT back in Theme To l400. PicTures and an alumni lecTurer recreaTed The original mysTic iniTiaTion wiTh movies oT old Bologna. To climax The evening, The whole group, wiTh The awed pledges in The cenTer, moved inTo The darkened chapTer room. WhaT wenT on behind The doors is a secreT To men ouTside oT Kappa Sigma, buT The pledges boasT ThaT iT is The grandesT ceremony on campus. STewarT, Hermann. Frankovich, Bauer, Shiring Parke, Redmond, Bruce, Lesko, Morrow, Coon, Johnson Reiser, Connelly, BranThoover Aukerman. Ross, Dressler, SonnenTeld, STeTanko, Craw- Tord, Del Donne 243 PreddenT .... .... VVaHy RenTon Treasurer . .... Lewis Lovell SecreTary ... .... Fred TTadey Lambda Chi Alpha Wally RenTon will Tell you ThaT There's liTTle ThaT's philanThropic abouT Lambda Chi's Orphans' Day, ThaT The Tellows enjoy hosTing Tor The kids, and ThaT The occasion ranks Top-place on The TraT's social calendar. Normal procecure Tor The lasT Three years has been To arrange wiTh oTTicials To call Tor The young charges early SaTurday morning. Leading oTT wiTh a brunch, Thence To The STadium, Tollowed up by all The cocoa, cookies, candy, and Glenn Miller ThaT They can consume. "This year," laughs Wally, "The kids swarmed The gameroom: billiard cues, ping-pong racqueTs, PeT- Tyiana, TelT The wraTh oT boisTerous youTh." And The Tellows loved iT! George Bunder, Lew Lovell, Bill Wilson all romped and rollicked a la KaTzeniammers. No coincidence is IF Council's adopTing The idea, loclc, sTock, and barrel wiTh Wally heading The proi- ecT. No, indeed, crediT goes where crecliT's due- The Lambda Chis have someThingl Wallace RenTon Sl-iifler, King. Rodgers Lehmann, Maslco, P Damico Ho, Grau, Lovell, RenTon T-lasley, Clerc, Wilson, Parke 244 RoberT Ferris PresidenT .... ..... B ob McGeary SecreTary .... .... B ill l-leisler Treasurer . ...... Bob Dell Recorder ....... .... B ob Crissman Alumni SecreTary .... .... J ack Cergo Phi Delta Theta Bull sessions are bull sessions, and mighT be much The same everywhere, buT members oT Phi DelTa 'l'heTa will Tell you ThaT Their "democraTic" bull ses- sions are unique. Perhaps because OT The senior leadership oT Jim SmiTh, Jimmy Jacobs, Merge lvleTzerg cerTainly because everyone Trom The pledges To The cheT have a parT in Them. Unique, These gaTherings, however, because oT Their useTulness. l-lerberT Nicholas sTarTed one, and ouT oT iT grew The lnTerTraTerniTy Pledge Council which noT only planned To honor ouTsTanding pledges wiTh Trophies, buT also sponsored a progres- sive dance in February. From anoTher bull session emerged The Formal Triad dance, wiTh PiTT's own Sigma Chi's and Tech's BeTa TheTa Pi's ioining The Phi DelTs aT WebsTer l-lall in The TirsT inTerTraTerniTy aTlair oT iTs kind in This disTricT. Bull sessions are bull sessions-buT Those oT The Phi DelT's are noT all Talkl S Th Nicholas, L. C J. Cox, NelT, Goodwin, Leonard, McGeary, mi , Skinner, Husler, Kimmel, MeTzler, Young, Peifer, Crissman, l-luTchison, Carlson, Heisler, Feiqhhier, Robinson, Ferris, S+odgelI Neely, Andrews, l-lill, Benz, Jones, WiTherspoon, Black, Sell, Monahan, Jacobs, Ander- son, Pell, Ruane, Riemer 245 Phi Epsilon Pi To Phi Epsilon Pi, hell week meanT more Than an opporTuniTy Tor hazing, Tor boTh The house and The pledges beneTiTTed Trom The "TradiTion" which qualiTied The pledges Tor broTherhood. Cn The one hand, all The needed repairing and improving was done graTis Trom spring housecleaning To redecoraT- ing The chapTer house. On The oTher hand, The pledges were broughT inTo closer uniTy wiTh Them- selves and wiTh The broThers as They solved common hazards, noT The leasT oT which was The hell nighT "Treasure hunT" which climaxed The Tour-day cere- mony. When, however, The pledges had compleTed Their ordeals, They were able To Take parT in The Phi Epsilon Pi social program which highlighTed a series oT ThemaTic dances beginning wiTh a NauTical Pledge Dance in November, a barn dance, A New Year's Eve Tormal aT The William Penn, and a Span- isw Dance aT which proTessional dancers TaughT The SouTh American way. Jay Silverberg Superior ..... Jay Silverberg Vice Superior ...... ....... R oberT ColTin Recording SecreTary ...lviarTin RosensTock Corresponding ..... ........ A llen Gould QuarTerly RepresenTaTive ...Alex Zelenslci Schwariz, Weisberger, Masur, Lenchner, Cohen, Levinson, GreenblaTT, Halp M ris, SchechTer, Nevins, Gould, Biron, Broudy, lv1ussoTF, ColTon, Sachs. Barish GersTein, Hirsch, Zalenski, Harris Brislcin, LincoTT, Rosensjroclc, Rosenson, Silverb g S lc 246 Joseph Roberls Presidenl ............ Joe Roberls Treasurer ..........,... Allen Holbrook Recording Secrelary ...... Dick Manslield Corresponding Secrelary ...... Bob Quick Hislorian ................ Rudy Janala Phi Gamma Delta One nighl in lhe FJ. game-room and you under- sland why cups and lrophies gliller on every manlle, every side lable. The lellows, seniors and underclass- men, are alhlelically-minded all. Rudy Janala brings his band home lrom a concerl lour and, lirsl lhing, reaches lor a ping-pong paddle. Joe Roberls re- laxes aller one ol his SFA execulive meelings al lhe billiard lable. Walled wilh knolly pine, decoraled wilh pix ol lhe alumni lsome years ago, all lwenly- lwo lirsl slring members ol lhe Pill and Purdue lool- ball squads were Phi Gam pin-wearersl, lhe room is easily lhe mosl popular in lhe house. Here, during rush-week, house-dance, and meeling-nighl, FiJis, dales, and lriends recreale. Bobby Thurbon nol only slars on lhe gridiron, Al Holbrook is nol only al home wilh a slide-rule: praclice al lhe Fiii lables have made lhem lormidable conlenders lor lhe campus ping-pong championships. Jones, Masquelier, Bradley, Rodgers Egan, Qui e, eu er, c ar e, o ns M C gl y R l M C dl J h c andles, Pressel, Jenkins, Shidemanlle, Bender, Bilner. Janala, Reis, Wilhelm, pple, Hancock, Hol- MacNeill, Clemmer, Uplegral, Mansfield, Grossel, Eckharl, McClure, Crome- rneyer Uplegralf, McFadden, Yocum, McLaren, Milchell, Quick, Cri brook, Colvin, Warne, Grannis, Roberls 247 Phi Kappa Forgelling sludies, dares, and emply wallels, The Phi Kaps slaged Their annual slag parly. Pool and lable Tennis lcepl The boys busy when They weren'l being enlerlained vvilh The gag-Tilled slcils of Pill Players' Bob Ryan, golfer Jack Glenn, and Druid Prexy Chuck Cusick. lmpromplu wisecraclcs pro- vided almosl as many laughs as The "ac+ors." Cig- arelles and oversiulfed chairs provided a com- Torlable, smoke-Tilled almosphere for The bull ses- sions where such serious problems as The relalive merils of Lalvlarr and Grable and Pill's baslcelball chances in The N.C.A.A. 'rournamenl were dis- cussed. The brolhers and pledges paused only long enough lo consume scores of weiners and colces. A somelimes harmonizing guarlel in The corner led The boys in a Jruneful rendilion ol "The Sweelhearl of Phi Kappa," as The Tralernily brolhers finally dis- John l-lughes persed for The nighl. Presidenlr .... ..... J ohn Hughes Vice Presidenl ..... Dan Nalali Treasurer ...... ...... J aclc Glenn Secrelary . . . ..... Smilh Charland Chaplain . ,.. .Falher Paul J. Rock ughes, Miller, Charland, Morgan, Fuchs, Ryan, Ziollcowslci, Durishan, MCDO Selcaralc, Prushnolc, W. Lohmeyer, Connell Dimasi, Brinker, Rodgers, Solack, Day, Kelly Benz, Lamb, Tyburslci, Dolii, Reinsel, Glenn, Covalo, P. Lohrneyer 24-8 Frank MaTeer PresidenT ....., ...... G us Wilde Vice PresidenT .... ..... G eorge Wedd Treasurer ....,. ........ P aul BriTT SecreTary . . . .... Bill Pfishner Pi Kappa Alpha December l8, i940 will be recorded in The mu- sical annals oT Pi Kappa Alpha as one oT The high- Iigh+s oT The year. For ThaT nighT, The TraTerniTy song Team harmonized iTs way inTo TirsT place aT The ln- TerTraTerniTy Sing and Swing. Coached by Tommy STephenson, auThor oT several Cap and Gown hiTs, The group sang "Down in Old Virginny," and The "FirsT Noel" To win The cup. The Pi Kappa Alpha Team was noT a planned organizaTiong iT developed ouT oT The compeTiTive singing beTween pledges and broThers aT house aT- Tairs. By The Time The Sing came around, however, Tenors John Syka and Dick Fair, bariTones Bob King and Frank lVlaTeer, and basses Carl Anderson, Lloyd Carlson, Dan Mash and STephenson had Tormed The A Capella ocTeTTe which won The compeTiTion. They're proud oi The TacT ThaT They won wiTh Their own arrangemenT of a TraTerniTy song. Williams, Elmer Bailey, G. Wilde. Buchanan R. Wilde, Kramer, Sfafler, Wedd, KlingensmiTl'1, Morgan, STephenson, Carlson Armagost Henry. Elder, Maxfield, Anderson, Mash, Syka, Page BriTT, King, Runk, Fair. Pfischner, MaTeer, Vafes, Cook 249 Pi Lambda Phi "Pl LAM, if only Thou couldsT cook!" No reTlecTion on The viriliTy oT Pl LAM pin- wearers is ThaT oTT-spoken remark oT aTTecTion. For undoubTedly some PiTTiTe will leave The campus- Tamed dining hall To adjourn To The living room, lighT up his pipe, lisTen To The laTesT swing record- ings, and ioin in The bull session exclusively sTyled The PI LAM way. "Even The pledges radiaTe charm!" complimenTs Big Man On Campus, as a cub-Pl LAM skillTully maneuvers desserT pasT a vesT unsmirched by soup or gravy. WheTher due To The cheT, Sully Loeb's dimples, or Al C5ross's PanTher-plagiarized gags, The TiTle oT "mosT so- ciable," earned annually aT open-house Time, smooThly describes The lads' calling. So perhaps iT's beTTer ThaT The Tellows can'T cook! Larry KaTz is more aT home in The Tuck Shop, lrv KauTman comTorTable checking galley-prooTs. Imagine Al SpiTz brandishing a Trying pan! No, indeed, The kiTchen isn'T Tor Them! PresidenT ..... ......... C arl V. STein Vice PresidenT ....... Sherman I. Juloelirer SecreTary . . . ..... William KlinkensTein Treasurer ........... l-l. Howard MaTTes Pledge MasTer ... ..... l-lillard Kreimer Selwyn Loeb Kreimer, BlumenThal, B. Kaiz, Tucker, Kleinerman, Levine, Saxon, Segal Isaacson, Greenberg, Buchman, Endy, Simon, MaTTes, Weiliman, Fab B T Herman, Feinberg Loeb, Lieber, H. J bl L edy, SpiTz, Kaufman, Gross, Wolk, Jac Davidson, Derman Sable, L. KaTz, Silverman, S. Jubelirer, KlinkensTein, Engelsberg 250 Lee Borger PresidenT ......... ........ L ee Borger Vice FresidenT ..... ,... R ichard Gardiner SecreTa ry ...... Treasurer .... Sigma . . . .Frank Richmond .. ...Richard Kay Alpha Epsilon "BroTher, have you goT a Tux," was The perTinenT quesTion aT The S.A.E. house This year. Collar buT- Tons, cuTT links, sTuds, and bouTenniers suddenly assumed rnaior proporTions as The dress parade be- gan. Which all adds up To a Tormal dinner dance held aT The lion-guarded house on BelleTield STreeT. ATTer Tood, singing, and relaxaTion in The dining room, The boys escorTed Their daTes To The dance Tloor To Truck, Trip, or Tango as beTiTTed The Tempo oT an "allrighT" band. While "precision sTroker" Bob l.oTz and "side pockeT" Chuck Robinson Took over The billiard room and oTTered Tree lessons To one and all oT The non-dancers. LaTer, Dick Gardi- ner presided aT The midnighT ginger ale and cookie TeasT. The S.A.E. broThers are willing To beT ThaT TuTure pledges are, "going To geT Their old Tuxedos pressed, going To sew ThaT buTTon on Their vesT, going To shine Their shoes and look Their besT, cause The Tormal dinner dances are really going To Town." 1 2" ' ' - 2 ,-. ' .. 4, .1 : 2 5. , , h .4 fa 'ff' 1' 0 4 ? Q"5'ie:5iQJ'9i AVL- if Aga, .:.,.:',+ -4-,L r L,.g-,.L,Cf',f :uf ' hfqgjy McCornbs, Penman, Rhoades, Hall, Reese, Dillon, Robinson, Rich d Schimmel F9 S, . FE S, OI' GF, OI' HGV, GVIS l-lumes, Price, Williams, Kay, Srnilh, Ziel LTST Jcpecpsqedn O Z, OFVTIEF. . fTlOl'! , 25I Presidenr .... . .... l-larold Wininer Secrelary .... .... l-l enry Nemrod Treasurer ..... Alvin Glass Sigma Alpha Mu Among The aclivilies of Sigma Alpha Mu fraler- niry men, an enlhusiaslic and successful parlicipa- lion in aihlelics played a signiiicanl role. Paced by Red Silverman and Lou Mendlow, defending cham- pions in 'lhe inlerfralernily mushball league, lhe S.A.M. Jream won ils second conseculive firsi place Jrrophy. Making cerlain Jrhal Jrheir house would nor Tail lo have a new Jrrophy every season, Norman Sapolsky and Henry Nemrocl won bolh lhe inrer- fralernily and all-inlramural badminlon crowns dur- ing Jrhe 'Fall season. The winrer campaign found The Sammies leading Jrhe inrerfralernily parade in baskelball. l-lack While, Morris Mayer, l-larry Abramovilz, Bob Col- lin, and Melvin Frank swepl Jrhrough all opposilion wi+hou+ a deifear in The maior indoor sporl. The suc- cess of 'lhese Sigma Alpha Mu slar aihleles was in- spired by +he whole-hearled backing of non-playing brolhers. l-larold Wininer Edelman, Spoh, Silverman, Brown, Abramovirz, Graff March, Lowy, Mayer Dunn. Nemrod, Winlner, Glass, Golcllecler, Schnilman Ripp, Heller. Farber, Robbins, Sapolsky, Collin 252 Theodore Hoolc PresidenT ...... ...... T ed Hook Vice PresidenT .... ....... G eorge Kline SecreTary ...... .... W alfer Zeschlsau Treasurer ...... ......... B ob Ball House Manager . . .... Leo VonTeld Sigma Chi "The scholasTic honor oT Sigma Chi is aT sTalse, her IF ranking ThreaTened by a dozen rivals," reporT- ed Chairman Jim Householder To his scholarship commiTTee. And so The sTudy wizards planned a campaign. IT has paid dividends. The TraT ranlced consisTenTly among The Three highesT on campus in scholarship. For six years iT held TirsT place in iTs naTional TraTer- niTy disTricT, and lasT year was Third in naTional Sigma Chi ranlcing. The year beTore, The boys won The lnTerTraTerniTy Scholarship Trophy, The Province Scholarship Award, and The Harvard Group Scholarship Trophy: Three TribuTes To Their gray maTTer. ThaT is The record. Nor is iT a case oT all sTudy and no play. The Sig Chi social calendar included a FaTher and Son Ban- gueT, parTicipaTion in The FraTerniTy Open House aTTer The Penn STaTe game, and occasional house dances. T Jordan, Schaughency, ATkinson, Mahaffey, Zischlcau, Severns, BecraTT, Anderson, Lyons, VonTeld Foliarf, Householder, Donaldson, Hook, Ball, Sinco, Dzienlciewicz, Busch Johnson, RoberTs, MaTson, Coxey, Pifcairn, Owrey, GI 253 Presidenf ....... ...... A lvin Ludwig Vice Presidenf ..... .. .Richard J. Murdy X Secrefary ..... .. ...William A. James Treasurer . . . . .... Roberf P. Veffer Theta Chi ln obvious disregard of fhe dignify and sophisfi- cafion of fhe annual Thefa Chi spring formal, brofhers and pledges, rnosfly pledges, crawled in shorfs and sfiffly-sfarched formal shirfs under beds, bureaus, and desks on fheir hands and knees. For on fhis of all nighfs, Al Ludwig and his sfuds had parf- ed one from fhe ofher. Bill James became fhe man of fhe hour, he arose, clufching fhe elusive iewelry. The losf sfuds episode was already complefely forgoffen when acfives and alumni arrived wifh fheir dafes af fhe Churchill Counfry Club. Affer fhe formal dinner, Al Ludwig, refiring presidenf, re- viewed fhe year's progress and expressed fhe good wishes of graduafing Thefa Chis fo his successor, l-larold Oaks. Then fhe execufive board presenfed a gold key fo fhaf freshman whom fhey considered fhe mosf oufsfanding of his pledge class. As fhe music faded info fhe June evening, fhe fellows chaffed quiefly befween dances of fhe close of anofher year in fhe life of Alpha Befa chapfer. All foo soon, fhe brofhers walfzed fo meloclious "Sfardusf." The lasf goodbyes were exchanged and Thefa Chi had disbanded for fhe vacafion. Alvin Ludwig Eva ns, Sample Wefzel, M cCa rdl Lloyd, Walker Oakes, Maffei, Trahey, Truan Veffer, Murdy, L dwig, James, Wilson 254 L es fue ood ood pf Aams 232 5100 5' 9, A V N V, ' ,J- , naagca ,QQ i Sy- p,K V f.'iiiUif45l ' X L X1 ,,,.,3P5gWl,55A?53Nj 1 ,,, , W ,Mai fi i Q .-34 M V ma ,f4f2mzAf2gg'j.3-1f..wM Q m 'M1ssz:s5z:.v:, "' U bi X 'k wif ' yd .. . H " .ri- .1 K' ' ,Gy -H f.- f.-Fx. 71" ri' -4 1 H -4: -,,,w.q- , I "- 'ff-'-'m. . ' rffffi' 1 f- '-".C1'j.:.:'1 1 K x I N nz sd gl ,Q r Q 115, rl M, .L fr our :M rr ,rr ' - Wx Sheppard. Plunkel, Alkinson, Dunn, Wilkes, Ellis, Elmer, Lalhrop, Fixel, O'Donovan, Greenbmq' Hulchlnson' Balkan Chairman ...... . . .Howard Wilson Schurfe, Spann, Melnick, Carr, Frobeuck, Wilson, Jenkins, Kohberqer, Colvin, Carlson Chirigos. McFadden, Borlz, Naley, Conick, Cornwall Business lVl5fl5Q9l'- - - - - L59 McFadden Freshman Dance glid-LQ',5"-371'-g'f'.?4'i7Y" f'?""?':241,z??G55fl -,oi '-QT.TV3'g':5c'-1'92'Ff2'f' is 'F'-""'W5':,:ag,-aaggy+..,5gz-r..-Q-:.T-LL . .1 -'ff-af f W " 1 SSW' , Ar . . i:f'-'--?""f'-- Q-fff:f:22714'eeHj ' 1 'N-'1g.,:3F,f'7" 'fa V , -gat.-Q.:--an 'J I bmi? 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Ocfober 25, l940, William Penn Hofel Spied Biddle and Lanlear, heads logeiher In a corner Noled Allan Gould and de love ly Joan Levanl bobbing llirouqh Jrhe crowd A la closed eyes 'lo Ill Never Smile Again l Ts agalnsl' Jrhe dark floors below The las? slow smooih sad we 3353-. 'ravi 9532 SE :Y 5 fr- if aff' 'ffl Ji : wr ,.,.' .ow-sr ,Ag Xl-19 Ev- ff' 5" 1 'i-.r.'ff:fce-."I'+--lf? 3" E : f?""'j ' wwf 5'1" 'Q A 11525 - ' - -Q - I . - . '25, - ' 7. . . - .. ' . 1- . 5 2- v J his ' i ' V ' 1 -1 . "A '7 - ' y 8- 3. v ' . ' ' ' " Mx- ' f' ' . . . . . ' - - 94:55 1 n 4 9. l. gin I7 f.,-J 4. Q . - ' , . 1-his - - , io. - . . . 5. .. .. . C- KE . .1 M, . . . i ga - - i i,,Q.g.f5,5 5223: 1:3 Q gi, . -5 434 4 ' ' 51. Q Am.: 1 g fa. E ""' "A -sa A-1-vs .-... s. ..-. 'fy' - 2-':'r'V -.,-.M-as -f.--fi 024' -- -.-s- .. 'nxdz f -121-N ! --f"r-P-rf'-2, , ,Teas-1,:, , -M, ,,,,,,- M, . .fv.-w-:"-.,- ?"i',-F' - 4' ' 'fthft'--. -fi: . . 'f'.., " -.w':?':g ff?-' ' '-,. 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E 2 5 ,A Sofia of' G' ?ii .L 9335? if -iw LQ mmf -A 'u,h Y x f , mf M ,f wmf, -N if ,W .. we RAMP Cox Kalz Mansfield Business Manager Dick Mansfield Publrclrv Manager lnterfraternlty Swing 111:91 f" 35 C' 5 5l"'i'7 ARF 'AV' 1' ag-C5513 'gg-v 45,3-,Q-wvgv y',o-.A-,-1 9 if 3""""-l?viA..- . H. s-p 45' F5 5 255 ' ??'Q ' is . -Q E., gy YULETIDE FESTIVAL From Fosier Memorial and Sing- ing 'ro- The Holel Schenley and Swing- n . Chrislmas cards and frafernily songs- Wi PiKAs Phi Gams and DeI'rs on Jrop. Jimmy Joy and his boys pus lrafernily decoralions plus avr ,ev "" """Qg ' 'A-ez"-ww.-..,,,-1-...-"" ' .S-332 mkfww aiipviff --'3!s....., vxbbkhcvrnf .sf rv December l8 I940 Hofel Schenley . Chairman Larry Kaiz Pi Lam- resulf: . Bon voyage for Xmas holidays. . Dick Mansfield Phi Gam and Lou Cox Phi Dell' . Managed fhings and well 'l'OOl . The works done-fhe vacafions begun. Naam, ,F f- pm - -- , 4ffe.+:s:m.rZs,',fi'f"-"'1ff'r ffvfsrf- 5' . 3 , ,v' 9 1. L si' '-e, - 'Q An-s" Edleman, Murdy, Benlrley, Slain, Sfephenson Chairman ,..... y u Larry Kafz . . I I TfW?E'?L-.L9' 1516? -f if 1?z3IfL,i?5Qf.JI5N ?7'Z'41?v2f -5, - -T1 'if '.-" 'i U' 1 Mu- J' - - 4' - " " .."'-.-- M V . " 1.--'n ' ' '-'-4 ' ' . 1-'U A R' -. , -'WSE' 1 ' tr- ' .35 1 2:5 ' . 'fd L HN- .-:-'---'HK A 'drag -.g is-1 -aA..:zf" 44.5.--'. - , .3 .Q -.:--- 'gc' 14.-'F fit?-nl. I "' .'4'f Lf Emily' ' W., ' ELQH9: 5: I' ,512 ' f - . S.-.-ifg EQ ' fa? A I 6 , ' ga, 4 , 1 3 x 1' 3, 2 l 7 I 3 , g I , K. i I-1 3 , 3 , , uf , 4 -F A 'J ' 32,4 f - l 9 , .., 1 l' il 4 h ' 'Irv ' - 5 T - - ' I0 ' ' IF - E! - y gg, i L 5 l Q P v J GNN' l ' 1 'if 1 :il T15 ' Z 1:-is I 1 l ' wi' .. ' 5 . -,,,. - an , .. 5,4 - J, '4' . 'K ,Mb AN., ,, -.,. f " A1 f ' ' rf'-N' if .- if . ' Lfrifiim I'-is .f ' 3 G 262 'Tin-.E-it '- I ,- 2 'x .1 "-cf" ,w:v:I'j.- ---. - 1 - -f , . .-4' .2 ', 'fA TW: wp ,frfl 152-9 ew? 5 :E+ ' if w :EQ . L A .11 an-:'.,,. -2-Le gs . 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I 41. 15 ,Q , V F A .."'?', JUNIOR PROM V January I7, l94l, William Penn Hoiel "EZ EEA I Decided Jan Savill and his Top- ,I 6 We sfole info 'lhe Adonis room l-laHers were reps- I +o peek af PeHy originals. gz5g1N 2 Whal wilh everyone 'lop haf, 1 7 And sipped cokes ai The Esquire while Tie and Tails. l coca-cola bar where 3 Lafesi in propaganda-fhe snow- Z 8 We saw be-orchided daies wiih ball-bombing airplane piloled lay f Ralph Kallock and Howard Han- 5-77?-4' 'gtk a oc . . ' na. g5'.2,,.3 F3535 4 FaCUllY Quefis Defused C0mPl" 0 9 The favors were plus-perlecrs 2' 5:5 me'1'l'5rY C0P'e5 Ol: ESQ'-Ure' WlW'le y Elizaberh Arden perfume. 5 Jennliefind l e"i0YeCl SOPMSH' p IO Fell like an ullra-modern right Called Swmq- lllen- f from Jfhe pages of Esquire. ' ,SQ v' in ' A' .5 "F ' :f'q'g'gl ina,-V an,- -eww . ,.,. . 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The valeniine malchvsrick decora- enier, us. ' 'rions on 'ihe mirrors were 'ihe 2. Paused 'io gasp al rhe men's 1 Thmgl corsages--one. clusrered 'rurnip l 7. "Five O'clock Whislle" ended us and radishesi 1 over by +he window 'For coolih. 4 H , 3. Billy LeRoy starred off on "Fren- 4 8. We ambled 'ro 'The coke bar M225 esi." so we rhumba'd. ' 'cause rhe dixie cups were all F535 4. Found a "Home" corner for A gone' l"".:i periodic dance exchanges. i 9. Approving nods wenl 'io Ki'Hy Decided .the brighf red math Kooniz and Charlorre Harms. "whoogies" were a cule idea. And I los? my hear? To a perlecr f V 5 dare. :'1S- A I fn" r Q 5- . , , 4. -if' Alfi-7'C"'.1.!,,,f1e""""'?f"7Ti3'1"'Tfft5f'jl4':51gg'-- N-, ,,.,, ,.. V, .,,f-,-vm-:f-"ffl, ' f" '- 1 lf- , -. 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Janafa, Gross lnterfraternity Ball . .,.. , . ,, . - . '----1' fwfr..- -, ---If f-.4 ':':?vff'+""'w'1-P -1 1--rw.-1:..1'-x1'Ff "' , -- INTERFRATERNITY BALL 1 February 28, l94l, William Penn Hofel Nolhinq was loo sophislicalecl , 6. Requesting a 'lrulrrnpel solo 'From lor 'lhe "Orchid Ball", so, while 1 Harry James- The Flighl of 'ries and fails, y The Bumble-bee." 2. Declced our dales in orchids and p 7. Decided +0 sil one our wilh Al swished lo lhe William Penn. 1 Gross and his lovely dale, Belly .,. . A , 3. On The l7'lh floor, we were l K'3l'5l"' E 5-1 qreeled by 'lhe mellow music of , 8. Agreed l'ha'l 'lhe.girls' formals al- a mulecl lrumpel. 4 gnosl dur-glamorizecl 'lhe orchid 355223 4. As we glided across 'lhe floor we l ecora 'Ons' ,,"'f"3 were' dazzled by Waller Upde- I 9. l:3fL o'.cloclcQ"+he'pause 'gwal ye: Egg? qrafls huge paper orc ids. l FSS GS. dh we FG F66 Y 0 5. Spied Rudy Janala, chairman, f more dancmq' and his leading lady. Cynlhia 1 IO. The lasl' one: "l Can"l Rernern- Macclagnl A ber To Forqe+" and I never will ,- 1 forge? such a smo-o-olh dance! v'14"u ", fwaffif i fs lliasfgll ' -an yo-n" 'FT' . I -zveififl'-"'-5DleL':-i': .- . ,154-:Vi Melia-s-rwf'f Wvfsesag-ef "'f"'le.f:4,gf,e X, 123.24 ."1 ULF I fy- .-. 1 '- 'ST' gl.. ,.:4:'-iq.. 5-Q4-'1'Z.'-169' ',-f 1' rif' "' Pffgz- af... Q 2 f-:gr 2: f' K 'Q Q"- ' ii i"" .-- -:" 268 I L. U" Hf I" DHS- Faqanl TWCJPSH- Weber: CC'UlSOf1 Chairman ............ Mary l-lllda Fagan Business Manager .......... Berry Drls Panhellenic Ball - -f ...x-...arg fb fr 7""r "- feewvfe ' - . -.' ' v,--..- ,. ,, .7 . , 1' ', -.. - L 1- 'i f:'w YJ-A-+ 1 - sz'-42" r-1"f71 .II I :4 l, v- an 53 52? if 'fix 3 'ig zfbfg I D46 bv .fig-45-'L-Q' . FgigQ,,5,1-,f":h-Axgg, ,.M.,- -4 .. mf--M -.ml ,. I PANH ELLEN IC BALL My lovely lady insisled 'llwe dale was on her, So I donned my 'lux for lhe Pan lnellemc Ball However l bouglnl lier an orclwid 'for being such a good sporr And we hurried lo llme William Penn As we slepped Info +l'1e Urban Room we were capllvaled by llne while and gold walls and "l'l"l6 palms 6. April IS, l94I, William Penn Ho+el And couldn'l wail 'lo slarl danc- ing 'ro The smoolln rlwyllwm of Paul Pendarvis Waved lo chairman Mary Hilda Fagan as slwe danced by During lnlermlssion managed 'lo conqralulale commlllee mem bers Belly Dils and Peggy Coul son Was llrurvlled no end by lhe prac ica avor or me a ca e and wallel' Agreed +l'1a'r womans place was rml In 'l'l'un l'1nfriP 955 B ,: r 1, Ig fa - -1-1 af" -QQ- in .4 ,iq .14 If ,,.- fo-0" " -4-Uv.:-s 1,5 ,WW-11 -f 'ae Sf A" --g ..-.yu 745,e25.u..+1.e3-"JZ-K2-,, 5.a8.S ,?raa,3.f55ff. h!?4W A ff Jim f 0,i..x,.g5ggyM 55. veg . 1 nfl ' -. 2 - ' ':.. 9 V ' - 1 - - fri ,Q ' ' 7' 253: 15 3. . 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' . U A g - . ' Bill Sheds Publiciiy Manager... ...Sully Loeb Spring Festival .,,. -W . . -- -ff:""eIfff1ff1fT."f'1If-T1"':v.'ffQ?F'2J" W'm'?"""'5r"esf' r' . 1T'fIf-YS-Tiiffii Q ,.g.,,, sl b -.L,:,..v..,1.- .lhiwri -J ,-. -A.-it-.20-C4 -.1 - . ' L -'-my W ,-gin ., E My -:ll-5 Pr i SPORTS DANCE May 9, l94I, Hoiel Schenley se? as-fri The mardi-gras aimosphere was I 6. Ai' iniermission 'rhe 'rrophies were G igi !! a+ irs eak wiih resenied b Chairman Franke- 35553-3 if i p I P- Y 2. Friday and The Sporis Dance- f Vlch- grand finale of Spring Fesiival I 7. Rhumbas were 'Feaiured and ihe Week. ' crowd rushed To ihe windows 3. The Schenley was decoraied wiih 3 8. To cool off. Cokes were sipped 32,5 . . . . nfgagbg-Q mpg, life-size puciures of ' and ihe week rerlived. 4. The week's champions and even 4 9. Summer spori iogs. saddle shoes, fhe programs were fesfive 1 and The firsi' signs of 5. Wiih a iig-saw of phorographs l IO. Sunburn heralded +he coming f:"S'j for ihe cover. 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Ralph Kalloclc Spring Festival On Monday, May 5, The circus came To Town compleTe wiTh everyThing Trorn a cal- liope and popcorn balls To a band conc:erT on The lawn. Spring FesTival Week was oTTi- cially open. Tuesday was packed Tull oi live- ly evenTs-a waTer carnival, a greased-pole climb, a waTer loaTTle, and a pie TighT. Wednesday was unique, TeaTuring women's sporTs and The Merry-Go-Round MaTinee. Wi+h Thursday aTTernoon came The inTer- TraTerniTy Track meeT aT The sTadium and sideshows in Lilly CourT. Friday, closing day, classes were cancelled aTTer Third hour: Tap- ping ceremonies, The sweepsTal4es, a circus parade, Then OTT To The Schenley Tor The sporTs dance. E Vai. 'x W xx X-., .k .,-gf -fl N . 1, . ,. T - 'qw ,443 3, X. mn wh, U H13 l .' 1' X , AX , " 9 . ,52!1 XM. X J GE f ' ' f??XQX YS ' X XX X .,.- ' XA M, ,A , m:hA . 5 XXX W fPgfZ777"fq " J': " fx . D' F E 3 LL 61" " ' "A' 5 - if-af-J Y X X X X X X X ,gg A 3-I, 1 J . - .f 1 - V i A f E P I , 5' IX. 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WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY an-nn PITTSBURGH Q PENNSYLVANIA Columbia Steel G Shafting Company Manufacturers Cold Finished Steel Rounds, Squares, I-lexagons, Flats Special Shapes 23: Edgar T. Ward's Sons Company World's largest distributors of Finished Steels Warehouses PITTSBURGH CHICAGO MILWAUKEE BOSTON NEWARK PHILALELPI-IIA BUFFALO CLEVELAND DETROIT Pile Summerill Tubing Company Manufacturers Seamless Steel Tubing Summerill supplies American Aviation lndustry with Tubing W. J. Gilmore Drug Compan WHOLESALE DRUGS PITTSBURGH, PA. Shaler 8: Crawford 146 UNION TRUST BUILDING Guildcraft Opticians W 11523, Yfmnff' CONTACT GLASSES BAUSOH E? LOMB LENSES SOFT LITE LENSES Guaranteed Accuracy Flawless Quality PROSPECTS and PROFITS How to secure all desirable Prospects in your territory through our new Mailing Lists. How to avoid heavy losses in bad addresses and "dead" firms. How to save money on your mailing operations by letting us do your mailf ing-with judgment and on time. How to make a little advertising money do a big job with our "Usef Plus" system. Our new booklet, "Prospects and Profits" is full of suggestions. Free on request. THE CENTRAL PRESS BUREAU COu1't 215 4 Wzibash Building 1 LI I MASTER UNIT W am ecc .1 Mums cram ,Qin new mmf ' I I T I 400144 .... 'Ar FREE OFFICE PLANNING SERVICE Nothing will do more to- ward filling the appoint- ment hook of the new practice than good office impressions. Let us help you plan an ollice that will inspire your patients to refer their friends. THE S.S. WHITE DENTAL The S.S.White Master Unit and Motor Chair surpass all previous levels of hcauty, convenience and comfort in dental operating equipment. Every detail of their design and construction is a visihle demonstration of these two maxims: C15 Simplicity is far more appealing to the eye than excess adornment QZI correct form enhances function. Only the S. S. Wihite Master Unit and Motor Chair pro- vide the operating facilities demanded by dental prac- tice today in the stirring simplicity and beauty of modern styling. Every dental dealer who distributes S.S.Wl1ite Equip- ment invites you to visit his showroom where you will find the S.S.Wl1ite Master Unit and Motor Chair on display. After you have seen and tested each thoroughly let him tell you how easily you can own an S.S.Wl1ite Master Unit and Motor Chair, and why these offer the greatest protection to your investment and give you the most for every dollar invested. 21.1 S.TWELFTH STREET,PHILADELPHIA, PA 281 X, MFG. C0 mf W 3 U, f Alaigxi is marked . . vxrk 2 Q Z u lv, Q Nxxxlx ' at xi ' li AX? re?-fe, 5-21 J .- . - 225: 56 I '-4efi::Q.yZ,y, , g .fir it-,f-.Tj ECAUSE this institution has settled many estates, administered numerous trust funds and acted in all phases of fiduciary work. our past experience plainly indicates our future course. 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THE UNION NATIONAL BANK OE PITTSBURGH Member Federal Reserve System Nfember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatio WOOD STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE 284 PENN-GENERAL ooNATELL1 GRANITE SUPPLY CO. CoMPANY Q ,-ia Mill Mine . M ' l Factory Supphes mom S 'if' RR '214lf47 Brighton Road FAirfax 223 5316 PITTSBURGH, PENNA. PittSbu1'gh5PH' A. 7 gow W No doubt your greatfgreat ad th r's diamoid 'n grm mo e 1 fl g A came from RObC1'tSi111 buslf ness over 109 years. Roberts Diamonds are purchased direct from the cutters, saving you the middle' man's profit. Congratulations to our new Junior Partner wedding Rings 55.00, 525.00 to 95300.00 joe Roberts, Pitt 1941, l 0 Diamond Engagement Rings 525.00 to 55000.00 DEFERRED PAYMENTS IF DESIRED ,lorm RoBr:R'rs R SON Co 285 The West Penn Sand and Gravel Company GRANT BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA. WEEEE EQUIP E 'l' Ei A :I 1 W I The Dental Equipment 0fDig1eiQ1 and Higla Utility Value Forty-one years ago, the Founder of our Company in- vented and originated the Fountain Water Spittoon, and later developed the first combination ot unit equipment ever introduced for use by the dental profession. The policy of the Weber Company has always been that ot constructive advancement and fair price maintenance. No greater value is to be found in dental equipment than is found in the Weber line of today. The following services are at the command of all dental students, free of charge- Oiiice Planning and Oitice Decorating Location Analysis Practice Counselling Individual Helps and Instructions A complete set of lO Counselling Brochures supplied each purchaser ot Weber Equipment, delivered each month during the first year, when most needed. All equipment sold on liberal terms and endorsed by first line dealers everywhere. 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HTTSBURGH MILK CUMPANY l'Pittsburgl1's Bestl' DAIRY PRODUCTS Protected by the new Sea1fKap O Take your 't miris in milk O SAW MILL RUN BOULEVARD PITTSBURGH, PA. Construction, General Laborers and Material Handlers LOCAL UNION No. 1058 Ajiliated with the International H. C., B. and C. L Union of A. Affiliated with h A Federation of Labor Ph ATlant 9'52 'if' ROOM 215 LAW BULLETIN BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA The Staff of the 1941 Owl tnkar this opportnnigf of tlonnking the personnel of PHOTO REFLEX STUDIO G 1 M B E L s For their cooperation and active interest in publishing this volume. LIAHN PITTSBURGH PRINTING Co 530-34 renuinnu sr. Plrrsaunsu, PA COLLEGE ANNUALS I-IIOI-I SCHOOL YEAR BOOKS and MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS Our representative will be pleased to,,advise you when compiling your next year's Annual. Telephone Grant I95O-5l INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Anchor Tire 81 Balrery Co.. .. Ailas Equipmeni Company ...... Bankers Lirhograpning Company. Ceniral Press Bureau .......... Columbia Sreel 84 Slwafring Company Consolidalred Ice Company ..... Donalelli Graniie Company .... Dravo Corporaiion, Keysione Sand Division Dunn SCOH ............. ... Errl Baking Company Fideliiy Trusl Company .. . Forbes Narional Bank Jack Franzos ...... General Labor Union ......... Gilmore Drug Company, W. J.. Jahn 8: Ollier .............. Kingscrafi Corporaiion . Mannella, Vincenr .... Mellon Narional Bank ..... .. Penn General Supply Company . Philadelphia Company ........ Plworo Reflex Srudio ,......... Pillsburglw Coke 84 lron Company PiHsburgl'i Milk Company ..... Pirisburglw Prinling Company .. Piilsburgb Supply Company PHI Provision Company .... Roberfs, J. M. Company .... Rossi 81 Company ...... Shaler 3: Crawford ........ Shullo Consiruciion Company . . Snyder 8: Swanson Company . .. Terminal Coal 81 Coke Company Thorofare Markers ........... Union Narional Bank ......... Unifed Engineering Xa Foundry .. Universiiy Book Siore ...... Weber Denial Company ....... Wesringlwouse Eleciric 34 Manulacruring Company Wesiinglwouse Eleciric Supply Company Wesl' Penn Sand 84 Gravel Company While, S. S. Denial Manufacluring Company Wirrh, Andrew ............... INDEX A Ac+iviI'ies Division, Your . ....... I02, I03 Aclminisrraiive Olllicers . . . . 35 Alma Maier ........ ... 49 Alpha Della Pi ..... 224 Alpha Epsilon Pi .... 225 Alpha Kappa Psi ... ... I34 Alpha Omega ...... ... I35 Alpha Zera Omega .... I36 Amos, Dean Thyrsa W. . .. . . . .. . 39 B Baldwin, Dr. Leland D... . . ... 4I Band .............. I64, I65 Baseball ......... . . . 206 Baslcelball ......... 202, 203 BeI'a Gamma Sigma . I74 Bela Sigma Omicron . . .. 226 Black, Roberl M. ....... ... 41 Bowman, John Gabberl ... .... ..32, 33 Bureau of Relail Training ..... ....... I I2, I I3 C Cap and Gown ..... ....... I 52-I55 Cap and Gown Club ...., I75 Carlson, Dr. I-I. Clirlorcl ... ... 4I Chi Omega .......... ... 227 Chi Rho Nu .... I76 Class Officers ......... . . . 99 Classmales Division, Your . .... 46. 47 College Associalion ...... . . . I I4 Conlenis ................., . . . I6 Crawford, Dean Slranlon C. . .. ... 36 Crowd Division, Your ....... 2I8, 2I9 Cwens .......... ..... . . . I72 D Dance Seclion ........ ..... 2 56-275 Daufenbaugh, William .... ... 4I Della Della Delia ..... I77 Della Della Lambda . 228 Della Phi Epsilon . . . . . . 229 Della Sigma Delia ,. I37 Della Tau Della .... .. . 242 Della Zela ......... . . . 230 Dean of IvIen's Office . 40 Dean of Women's Office . .. . 39 DemonsIra'rion's Block ......... . . . I I5 Denial Inler-Iralerniiy Council .,.. . .. I37 Denial Sludenl Council ........ . . . I I6 Druids ............... . . . . . . I38 I E Elmer, Dr. Emanuel C. .......... . 4I Engineering Cabinei and Dance I90, I9I Engineering, Civil ..... . . . I92 Engineering, Chemical ... . . . I92 Engineering, Eleclrrical . . . . I92 Engineering, lnduslrial , ... I93 298 Engineering, Mechanical INDEX Engineering, Secfion .......... Evening School Associafion . . . Faculfy Informals ...... EiI'Ierer, Dr. George R.. . .. Filzgerald, Rufus H. . . . . Foolball ............ Freshman Dance ..... Erisell, H. Edmund .... Gabberf, Dr. M. R. .... . Golf Q...-..--.....-... Gilmore, Dean Eugene A.. . . Grapper, Dr. Elmer ..... Hagen, Dr. James . . . Hall of Fame .......... Hammaker, William L. . .. Hear'r Hop ........... Heinz Chapel Choir . . Held. Dr. Omar C. . . . High Schools ........ Holbrook, Dr. E. Allen. . . Honorary Fra+erni+ies . Hovey, Waller R. . . . . Inferfralernify Ball ...... Inferfraiernify Council ...... InIer'Ira'rerniIy Sing and Swing Inframural A+hIe'rics ........ Jacobsen, Dr. Einar .. Jamison, Dr. Auleene . .. Jennings, Dr. O. E. .... . John Marshall ....... Junior Prom ..... Kappa Alpha Theia .... Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Kappa Psi ............ Kappa Phi Kappa . . Kappa Sigma . . . Kuehn ....... Lambda Chi .......... Lambda Kappa Sigma .... Lanfear, Dean Vincenf M.. . . Leighion, Henry ......... Machesney, Reber-I' C. .... . McCandIis, L. C. ........... . m S. . . . . McEllroy, Dean Willia McKay, Dr. Marion K. ..... . I94 ....I88-I95 117 F ....44,45 4I 34 ....I98-2OI ....258.259 G 4l ...208 37 42 H 37 HHS7-97 42 ....266, 267 I4-4 42 8,9 42 . . .... I68-I86 .. 42 I .. . .... 268. 269 ....24O,24I .. .... .... 2 62,263 ....209-2II J 37 42 42 I78 ....264,265 K 23I 232 I39 I79 243 38 L 244 I 40 40 42 M 43 42 38 43 299 Ivlen's Council .. . Men's Debale ..... IvIen's Glee Club . .. Miliiary Ball ............ Ivlililary Deparlmenl' ..... Miller, Gerlrude llvlrs. J. K.l INDEX ......-....-.... ...- I07. IO8 II8 I46 I66. I67 I56-I67 Ivlorlar Board ........... . . . I7O Music and Drama . . . ...... I4-2-I55 N Newman Club ......... .... . . . I I7 News'rel'l'er, Wilber I. . . . ....... . . . 38 O O'ConneIl, Dean C. Leonard ........ . . 38 Oil and Gas Associalion . . . . . I2O Oliver, John W. ...... . . . 43 Omicron Delia Kappa . . . . . l7I Orchesira ........... . . . I45 Organizafions .... . . I04-I23 Owl, The . . ...... I26, I27 P Panhellenic Ball .... ...... 2 70, 27l Panhellenic Council . . 222, 223 Phi Della Thela .... . . . 245 Phi Epsilon Pi .... 246 Phi Gamma Della . . . . . 247 Phi Kappa ....... . . . 248 Phi Mu ............ . . . 233 Phi Sigma Sigma ........ .. . 234 Physical Educafion Club . . . . . . . I94 Pi Kappa Alpha ....... .... 2 49 Pi Lambda Phi . . . .. . . 250 Pi Tau Phi ..... .... I 80 Pi Tau Sigma .... ...... I 82 PI'I'I' News, The .... I3O, I3I PIH' Paniher, The . . . I28. I29 PHI Players ......... I49-I5I PIH Rifles .............. I62, I63 Professional Fralernilies . . . I32-I4I Psi Omega ........... . . . I4I Publicaiions ....... ..... I 24-I 3 I Q Ouax .................. ....... , , I86 Ouiclc, John G., Regislrar. . ....... , , 4-I R Rifles Team ......... ....... ,,,, 2 O 7 Roof, Dr. William T. .... . . . , , , 43 Rolhrock, I-I. I-l. . . . ....... , , , 43 S Scabbard and Blade ., ....... ,, , l60, l6l Senior Awarclee . . . .... , , , , , 5I SeniorCour'I' Ill Senior Queen ..... ..... , , , 48 Seniors ................ ,,,, 5 2-35 Business Adminislrafion . . ,,,, 52-57 300 College . . . Denlal .... Educalion .. Engineer .... Pharmacy ....... Shelfon, Whifforcl H. Sherrill, R. C. ...... . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Sigma Alpha Mu .... Sigma Chi ............ Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Sigma Kappa Phi ...... Sigma Tau ............ Silverman, Dr. Alexander . Social Fralernilies, Men's . Social Fralernilies, Women' Sophomore Dance ....... Sporls ................ Spring Feslival Dance Spring Feslival Week Sluclenl Facully Associalion Swimming ............. Taylor, James S. . . . Tennis ......... Thela Chi ............ Thela Phi Alpha ........ Tippels, Dean Charles S.. . Track ................. Unclerclassmen lnformals . Views ol 'rhe Campus .... S INDEX T U V W Weber, Dr. John .............. Women's Alhlefic Associalion ..... Women's Choral ..... ..... . . . . Women's Self Governmenl Associalion . . Women's Speech Associalion .... ........ Women's Sporls ........................ Xylon .. . You ................... X Y Young Men's Chrislian Associalion ........ Young Women's Chrislian Associalion ........ Zera Tau Alpha .... Z 301 .....58-68 69 .....70-77 .....78-83 .....84-85 43 .. 43 . . . 25l 25I .. . 253 .. l83 .. I84 . . . I95 ... 43 238-254 220-236 260,261 I96-2I7 272, 273 274,275 I06, I07 ... 207 . . 43 208 254 235 36 204. 205 .98-IOI .....I8-3I 34 .....2I4.2I5 I47 .....ll0.llI l2l ....2I6.2I7 .. l85 ...6-I3 l22 l23 236 We Say "Thanks, Very Much" There is liHle doubi +ha'r wiihour +he cooperaiion and wise suggesiions of our many friends in and oui' of 'rhe Universi+y 'ihis 'rhiriy-sixfh volume of 'ihe Owl would siill be a conglomeraiion of phoiographs, rubber cemeni, galley-proofs. reiecied wriie-ups, and unpaid subscripiions. l should like To express 'ihe sincere graiifude and apprecialion of Jrhe sialif of The l94I Owl for 'rhose who have worked behind The scenes. WILLIAM T. SHERIS, Edifor. Chancellor John G. Bowman Provosi' Rufus Fiizgerald Secreiary John Weber Dean Thyrsa W. Amos Dean Vinceni W. Lanfear Mr. Rober+ Machesney Mr. Roberi X. Graham Mr. Theodore W. Biddle Mr. Roberf R. Corley Dr. Samuel Williams Miss Helen P. Rush Mrs. Agnes S+arreH Mr. Thomas M. 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