University of Pittsburgh - Owl Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

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!' .f 592 Y , -5 , ' 1 -ii ' Q , is 'F y 123' sf, lx I , ia Q H va ' V: , T , I X -ii Q 6 I 1 FG 1 SEZ P, pg 1 Eff if L 3 4 PI: Hx Y! Q ri. R. L ff Q1 W. .Y L: Q ll W3 13 if E' V 'Q , H Q- F ifi .. H L yi WL. nr 5 ,zix WJ ' !'f': 5 LEX r-. ' il Q as 41 ' .1 -- X .x-:em L-gi.-,Q 1, Copyright Efiliflll' .... . . . IOHN G. BROSKY I3LlJ'fI'L6J'J' Jlanagef' . . THOMAS R. XVESTERMANN Family fldviwr . ROBERT X. GRAHAM QA., 3 l . ff C C ASS 1942 -qmw . --fr, ,711 4- Yf,-f. - '-- f - ,- ri: H t. 1 .cj A Y CI .JI -, V: mr"-.. I It r ft- M Al. 1' I'A'.- -...hw I- ' . r , . i Q. ' x ' w Published 'by the CWI Staff for the Senior Class of the- Univexisity of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CCNTENTS CL ASSES MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES ATHLETICS SOCIAL LIFE ADVERTISEMENTS Symbolic of his mentality are the hands of man. When the brute learned to use its hands, it became man. And as We look at the hands of the professor, of the artist, of the athlete, We see the man . . . each re- veals himself in his hands. l-lis motions, his gestures are expressions of himself. When man meets man, hands clasp, a story is told in that meeting of two hands. They can touch limp and cold or they can grip firm and warm. Footsteps sound beneath clasped hands . . . and they tighten to seal the spirit of Pitt. The footsteps crowd the arch of hands, for they are the steps of many students bound by a common faith. 'Il' 9 U 7 A short time ago, in 1938, we were full oi hopes, full of promises, full ot ambitions. We were rosy cheelced smiling young men andwomen wearing green pins and arm bands. We sang "Hail to Pitt" and the "Alma Mater." We were eager and determined. As the semesters rolled on, they tumbled us into the swirl of college lite. The traditions of Pitt were our traditions. We studied hard, played wth ac-- tivities, and were tapped to Cwens and Druids. For the next year and the next, our life made us confident. D With this confidence we entered our senior year. Then came that December 7 and we were at warg the world that had encouraged us was now hostile and indifferent. Many of us felt that all we had worked for these years was for nothing. But was all our work for nothing . . . from the decay all about us don't our opportunities and incentives increase? The tragedy of the times broad- ens the demands made upon us, tor it will take brains and men with the ability to use them to set this human society in order again. Perhaps we are fortunate to be living in an age which gives us the opportunity tor the fullest use of our knowledge. We have not engaged in vain pursuits, neither have we lost opportuni- ties nor have we wasted tour years. The college lite captured on the pages of this Owl is not an end but a beginning oi a new and greater lite for us. Ours will be a better tomorrow. 8 lo tlwe lwundreds ol Pitt students and faculty in tlwe armed lorces maintaining a liglwt against all enemies to preserve tlie principles, vvellare, and independence ol tlie United States ol America. To a casual observer, the Pitt Camp- us on the one hand is materialistic, on the other, it is picturesque. Away from the smoky industries lining the Pittsburgh river banks, towers the . Cathedral of Learning in majestic splendor as "the central symbol of creative- ness and of achievement in the Pittsburgh district". Concrete floors, Walls of Indiana limestone, and structural steel frames are only a partial description of the campus. Pitt is more than all this. F rom the cultural Viewpoint, the Cathedral stands as a romantic Vision sur- rounded by a campus of colorful sights that is part of the natural beauty found here. The photographs were selected with this in mind. We pass them on to you in hopes that they bear us out. Summer and Spring hold for us a special charm. The air is full of a thou- sand scents. Our Very life becomes luxury. At our leisure, We lie on the grass io J L ,W ,W .. 1'v'0l7Z fha Norlh efrzfwafzca of llze canzpzrar, J'fllCi6l'1fJ'J'fl'0UL2,0Wll lhe 0. D If. walk lined wfflz Jlelzflef' freer llml lead 10 llze Callzedral. The .rfefzefjy al Pill Ar air Utlfliljd af lfze J'flldf3llfJ' you meal. beneath the shade of a tree and the shadows of the Cathedral feeling as though We belong to the growing things about us. Those having class on the first floor listen to the birds chatter in the trees besides the windows. Spring on the cam- pus is gorgeous, romantic, and vibrant. Thousands of visitors come here each year to View the Cathedral, the Stephen Foster Memorial, Mellon Institute, and the Heinz Memorial Chapel in its beauty of material and workmanship. No less important is the campus itself which inspires us to create and achieve, the source of the value of education and of life. 11 H21 s, BENEATH A SLEN DER ARCH students pause in the wel- come spring sun. APPROACHING LILLY COURT strollers pass their friends on the Cathedrz11's Carpet.. f 'H 'xl i ks. -1 .14 X'-f , -v sw - -1' 111 ' 1 -'H ' " """"'1'f1"?..'?f ' ' 11 1- . ' 111. '1 111111515 H 1. 11? 41 .. --1, 1 11 111111131 0 1 Y Q .X AX gh Magi nh 1 :XY Z if X55 X 0 Q o lv - ' 'S I ' I , ,X1111fQ1 ". 11' w . v '74 11 ,Q X , X1 X1w?.11 J .I X' X 11 , ! ,Q - 1 Y - Xa if 'ni ,121 . . ' ' V 1 I .. W 'N A ' 1 ' 111 :F 1 1 15 11111 .. . ., , , 1111 X1 4? , 1 1 .1111 fn- M112 . Q . X XX 1,5 11 11 1 1111'11'1 F' 1 1 11 11 111111 111' :'. ' 1,-111XX1111X1XX XX11 111 . . .. 1. XX - M1 .1 1 111?-11114 1 if 1 . , X152 1-7 XXQXQXX ,v-' 3, A 1 -f ' ' - , 1 - - 1 'V x u ' X' v Q' 2-,f X 'PN 71? 1 -P , .' , 1: 1 . 1 1 'E-.11 - 11.1a.'lf1111' X. '5 1 1 "' X ' 7211111111111 ' 1 511, . - "', 11 . 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Ceiling portraits of outstanding leaders and a bronze relief of the President-Liberator emphasize the nation's strong personalities. THE SYRIA-LEBANON SEMINAR has the ceiling imported from a seventeenth century house in Damascus. Arabic designs, grilled windows, and deep cushioned benches give the atmosphere of the near East. 1 ..,, i Surrounding the Commons Room of the Cathedral of Learning is found a new type of classroom-the nation- ality room. The nationality rooms, which were pre- sented to the University of Pittsburgh by the racial groups represented in Western Pennsylvania, interpret and typify the cultures of the people who built them. Taken together the nationality rooms represent what the people of Westerii Pennsylvania want their children to have in their hearts and mind. The first Hoor location of the rooms has been deliberately chosen to symbolize the fusing together of these cultures into the modern American educational system found in the Cathedral of Learning. One must see these rooms to understand how this fusion is completed. Nowhere in the world are these nationality rooms duplicatedg nowhere under one roof is there anything similar to them. THE POLISH ROOM has a I'1Cl1ly polychromcd beamed ceiling adapted from the fifteenth century reception hall of VVaw el Castle 1n C1 'icow In the bay window stands the only replica of the famous Iagiellonian astronomical THE GREEK ROOM, a seminar in pure clissical design the finest Pentelic, Eleusinian, and Kolcinara' . Completed and in use are Swedish, Scottish, Russian, Early American, German, Czechoslovak, Greek, Italian, Chinese, Lithuanian, Polish, and Syria-Lebanon class- rooms. Soon to be ready are Yugoslav, Rumanian, Norwegian, English, French, and Hungarian rooms. In the nationality rooms are taught philosophy, mathe- matics, poetry, art, technical, and scientific subjects, but the hope of the builders is that hours spent in these rooms will encourage students and faculty members to interpret the human values of the subject to their own lives. THE IITALIAN ROOM recreates the spirit of the Renaissance w1th old walnut panelling, red tile Hoor, and sand-stone fireplace. Venetian glass windows contain leaded glass insignia of the Italian universities. iw- J sz, .. , A- www ww www w www ' . N xt H HN w ww ww Y ww fww w ww www ww , 4 w w -www .' ' ' .Tl . " il w w 25 ' 'W w w fi E V V5 1 'ii K ' 'Jw W' w www. ,wwwWMwwwsww2w: w w www w!"?:J'5-i5.s?HVE w w wa ,hw s -.25E?w:.- w , ?.s'?f: mf 'M w ww www"wwQ11Wiif2?iw wwfiii Constantin Fotich, Yugoslavizui minister, honors Dr. Bowman with an award from his country. This is one of many awards bestowed upon him by the nationality groups. CI-IANCELLOI2 BQWMAN For many months the University has been keyed up for defense, but now it is preparing itself for war. Every student and every faculty member is keenly conscious of the vastness of the problem ahead. Each is aware of the need for a program for protection. Every individual in the university knows that for a successful completion of such a program we must have a unifying force, a leader. And we all turn for this leader to Chancellor Bow- mangwe feel the warmth of his extended hand. All of us have a quiet faith in the man whose dreams and efforts have built for us the Cathedral of Learning. When we look about us and feel the massive strength of this build- ing, we recognize the power of his hand behind it, and we feel secure. When we see the success of his planning, we know that through his guidance we will evolve the program for which we are striving. 25 MR. FITZGERALD wonders about next ycar's budget. 261 DR. JG!-IN WEBER Dr. john Weber, Secretary of the Uni- versity, is a true Pitt man. Beginning with his student days in our School of Mechanical Engineering, he has advanced, since 1910, from instructor, to professor, to head of the department of Engineering, and finally to his present position. As supervising engineer of the Cathedral, he has helped construct the building that is the very heart of the Uni- versity. Active in city affairs, he has been on the City Planning Committee, and is, at present, on the Board of Managers of the Juvenile Court. During World War 1, Dr. Weber served as a Captain of Engineers and was on the Auto- motive Committee of the War Industries Board. As an ardent football fan he claims to have been present at every home game since 1904. MR. RUFUS FITZGERALD Dignified Rufus Henry Fitzgerald, Provost of our University, remarked at a football rally in Soldier's Memorial Hall that school spirit this year Was "the best ever". Students be- came better acquainted with the Provost this year, for he appeared before them at several University functions. His education at Guil- ford College, North Carolina, the University of Tennessee, his Work at the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanics College, and his experience at the State Colleges of Iowa and Tennessee have acquainted Provost Fitzgerald with a variety of campuses. He has brought their influences here with him at Pitt. For those not familiar with his Work at the University he says, "I Work With the deans, with academic standards, and with the per- sonnel budget." DR. WEBER in a familiar pose with pen in hand I ,E F ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS JOHN GABBERT BONVMAN, MA., LL.D., LITT.D ......I. .,., C hancellor RUVUS H. FITZGERALD, M.A ..w,.I.I,I,AI,..,,.,,..,.I.,,.......,.. .. ...Provost JOHN XVEBER, ME., SGD .AEE EEEEEEE.E.,,EE,4.,4 E,EEEE,EE.E..EEEAE,,EEE S e cretary STANTON C. CRAXVFORD, P1I.D., LL.D .EE,,,.,A.E....,.....A...,,.E.....,.AAAA,I...,...,.,,. . vv.,... Dean of the College ELMER ALLEN HOLBROOK, BM ....... Dean of the School of Engineering and of the School of iIIines VINCENT XVESLEY LANFEAR, PH.D .....,,v.E,YYw...,,....., Dean of the School of Business Administration EINAR XV. JACOBSEN, PH.D .cc,. ,,.ccE.. .....v...YYVw..c cccc,., . D e an of the School of Education VVILLIAM THOMAS ROOT, PILD .,,,,,O,, .. .. A .Dean of the Graduate School WILLIAM SVVINDLER IXICELLROY, M.D .,.,,,OO . . .. Dean of the School of Medicine EUGENE ALLEN GILMORE, LL.B., LL.D. .OO,.O,OO .,., . .. Dean of the School of Law H. EDMUND FRIESELL, D.D,S., LL.D., SC.D ..........,... .......I . .Dean of the School of Dentistry C. LEONARD O'CONNELL, PHAR.D ....I.....,...... ............... ....... ...... D e an of the School of Pharmacy VV.ILI3.lER IRVIN NEWSTETTER, M .A. .... ........ D ean of the School of Applied Social Sciences RUTII PERKINS KUEHN, R.N., M.A ...... .I....,.....,....... . ......... D ean ofthe School of Nursing HELEN POOL RUSH, M.A. . . ....... . . ......... D. . ,..... .... A cting Dean of Women THEODORE XV. BIDDLE, ED.M.. . ...c,... .........,.c . ........... .... . . ..cActing Dean of Aden EDVVARD RAY XVEIDLEIN, M.A., SC.D., LL.D ....... ....... D irector of the Afellon Institute of Industrial Research EI. GILBERT QUICK, EDM ..... . ..........c..... University Registrar LELAND D. BALDWIN, PH.D ..... . c.........c....c..c........c.Ic. Acting University Librarian GEORGE STANLEY RUPP .... A .. .... . ........ ...University Bursar and Assistant Treasurer I Director of the University Extension Division ,' FRANK VVILLIAMSI-IOCRLEY,A.B.,LL.D. ....., of the Summer Sessionsg and of the Late IAfternoon, Evening, and Saturday Classes NICHOLAS E. XNAGMAN, PH.D. .. .................,. Acting Director of the Allegheny Observatory BISHOP BRONVN, A.B. , .. . ...... Director of the Research Bureau for Retail Training RAl,,PI-I J. XVATKINS. PI-LD. .... .................... D irector of the Bureau of Business Research XVILLIAM NIORRELL, A.B. .. .. ..................,...... . ........c...... University Editor ROIZERI' X. CSRAI-IAM, BLA... .... .. ...... ........ D irector of the University News Service H. CLIFFORD CARLSON, M.D. ...... ...........,.........., D irector of the Student Health Service AULEENE IYIARLEY JAMISON, IXI .D ......,.... .......... D irector of the Student Health Service for Wornen EDWARD L. ISELLY, B.S., Colonel, C.A.C., U. S. Army ...c.. Director of ibfilitary Science and Tactics RAYMOND L. COSS, B.S. in ME. ......... Superintendent of the Departrnent of Buildings and Grounds JAMES HAGAN, B.S... A .. .. .. .... . ...........c...c............................... . . ..c...... Director of Athletics ROY H. UMBLE, M.A. .. .. .. . ....... Assistant Dean of ,Wen ROBERT L. ARTHUR, M.A .....,. . ....... Assistant Dean of Men MARJORIE TODD, A.B ..... . .. .. .. . .. . .Assistant Dean of Women HARRIET R. GLASSER, A.B ..... ., .,.Assistant Dean of Women 27 Again Mr. Fitzgerald. V' Here he is enthusiastically leading a pep rally after the Pitt- Fordham victory. Bottom Left: Mr. Mayer and Mr. Hunter join Miss Moore and Miss Moody at an after- noon tea. Center: It's the last supper for Mr. Machesney and Mr. McCloskey before entering the army. Right: Mr. Hammaker takes his place behind Dr. Taylor in the food line at an informal party. FACULTY AT EASE y Our faculty is a cordial, social lot. Outside the class room you canit dis- tinguish them from any other group of intelligent people. They enjoy the recre- ations and activities of all healthy minded people. And they enjoy mixing socially with their students. The pictures on this page show them in typical faculty gather- ings. 1 .II T fi 1' In Y elebrates its iff I, S V' twenty-fifth anniversary at banquet attended . by faculty and outstanc ing leaders in fi :gli V , and out of school. ,I T y KVM ,D . favorite among students and popularly known is the head of the Mcu's Student Health DR. HAROLD C. CARLSON. This used- trrot-top coaches the Pitt basketball quintet side from his regular work. , -, 1 ,A i'?fl"p In no other teacher can Pitt women find as much consolation as in DR. AULEENE JAMISON, Director of Womeii Health Service. Pleasant and charming, she often speaks to many groups on "Boy Meets Girl" relationships. If the Hsh that are caught by red-headed DR. MONT GABBERT of the philosophy department even partially equal him in size, then you can believe his Wish" stories for he is a giant of a man. DEPARTMENT HEADS Hidden behind stacks of schedule cards is efficient J. G. QUICK, Register of the University, who con- cerns himself with the distribution of blue-prints and the interviewing of prospective scholarship recipients. At registration time he is a busy figure approving deferred payment plans. 'tt Valencii describes DR WILLIAM T Dean of the Cradu ite School wx ho is lept vith administrative affairs. On the Uni- stafl' as a professor of psychology since 1920, . Root became head of the department and rlced in the graduate ofhce since 1935. , psychologist, "putLerer-around'' in his .U - I 1 Z l K' ' V '- C. N In-wg PROFESSOR L. C. MCCANDLESS, head of the department of civil engineering and supervisor of the engineering, science, and management defense training courses hardly finds time any more to spin his watch chain and talk to people with his slow franlcness. L 'Q--Q Digging for coal is of vital interest to the head of the Department of Mining Engineering, DR. ROBERT M. BLACK, whose favorite hobby is "work". He has recently completed an article, "In Field Economics". E291 , LL S2 is 5 1 -sf WL s I V ,, , 3 Y' 5,3 K 3 3 , X 553. Wiz T i QW M ,ggi 3 ,S 5 ' 'N i ??'ffifSizv3?2i?fLzfflfff ' V W ?.1.1:f'Zlfxlmfiazfififiizfgg 5: Ji P w -m f f V ' -f--V,-zJ: f15,s'ek W A , n. 9 4 4 I ,-'k" 5 "4 4"91'fw A iiillfifwsmw 1 w . Q ' .3 if ' 1 if fl am L A 2' M kj' 5 'n gs? E 5 as N if 'M MA' S? qw 1 , Q . i Bw' 1 , , gg gp, J , ,ft 6 f M55 'Y X - f-f 4'-: H M gg, , A f we Q W ' a- , I-4 r "3 by 5 'WC 'n 1 N V . w L, - 41-, TQ .. .ffl f Lf v . .' X 1 J :.- 5 , ' f Jr W 7 wg? nal" T ' ALJ , LLP J xl .LH ' wi ,7"' 'A' Y 'TE A N 25: . .L 'ik 1 . Q17 1 :L aj fr -w z 2325 if E 'ie ez .ff M. gba W M DR. JAMES S. TAYLOR'S friendly grin gives the math students a moral boost. Although as head of the mathematics department he is kept quite busy, he is interested in student problems. 1 y s - MRS. J. K. MILLER has the ability to make any- one feel at home whether he is a shy freshman at the Vllednesday tea in the Commons Room or a distinguished visitor dedicating a new Nationality Room. l l- V X . - .. 1 Q mr . s DR. JOHN W. OLIVER, head of the history department also ehairmans the morale committee on the University defense council and lives the hard work philosophy that he preaches. E321 DR. WHITFORE H. SHELTON, chairman of the department of modern languages, always begins class on time, gets out his little book, and closes the door. His speech is quiet but it carries a strong sense of humor. ROBERT X. GRAHAM, director of the versity News Service, extended his duties coming publication advisor. Bob's humor from his play on wordsg at times he is very PE Respected by all for his erudition, PERCIVAL HUNT, head of the English and professor at large, livens his lectures tions and illustrations from experiences to all his students. : "5 emoriam DR. ALEXANDER LOWY . . . Professor of Chemistry XVAL FOLTZ, '41 AERALPH VV. DETWILER, '42 "U. S. A1-med Forces If II ifzere haf gone .rome l'L.C!ll'l6J'J'xff'0l7Z the lzfe we knew . . MISS HELEN PGOL RUSH checks on definitions. The staff Waits to greet Freshman woman. omct or THE DEAN oF wofviaxi Twelfth floor Cathedral is the first line of action for women's activities at Pitt. Here one is certain to receive a sympathetic hear- ing and kindly advice from Miss Rush and her two assistants, lVliss Todd and Miss Glasser. The personalities of Miss Rush's two assistants, who aid in carrying on the work of the office, contribute considerably to the congenial atmosphere of the ofhce. Miss Marjorie Todd has the important job of arranging for the housing of women from out of town. Miss Todd also helps the Pitt girl who is in need of part-time employment. A Pitt graduate, Miss Harriett Glasser is another enthusiastic member of the twelfth floor office. Besides advising the chairmen of the various organizations on campus, she keeps 'records of the womenls activity eligibility. The guiding force of the twelfth floor is Acting Dean, Miss Helen Pool Rush. Her great faith in young women is an inspira- tion to all with whom she comes into con- tact. Miss jane Key and Miss Kay Sturm are the two friendly receptionists in the office. They handle the secretarial work and see that everything runs smoothly. Life after com- mencement is fuller, finer for having known and been associated with the office on the twelfth fioor. Marjorie Todd Miss Jane Key, Miss Catherine Sturm Miss Harriet Glasser ..i.,3.,..m.,T,. , H , IX . OFFICE OF THE DEAN OE MEN When campus leaders and activities men brought their problems to 809 this year, they found new counsel and new advisers. Pre- siding over the busy domain that is the Dean of Men's office is Acting Dean of Men, Theo- dore W. Biddle. No stranger at judging ideas, plans, and men, Mr. Biddle drew from his store of experience to answer the many questions brought to his desk. To the difficult job of coordinating the varied and expansive activities of Pitt fra- ternities came personable Roy H. Umble cap- ably performing his task with vigor. Band director Robert Arthur was another new name to be painted on the door. His was the responsibility of general adviser to the University's many diverse activities. Replacing Ed Williams in the placement bureau, the job of Ending the best places for Pitt graduates became the trust of Lawrence Irwin. Inspite of new faces and new prob- lems, Mr. Biddle and his associates were more than equal to the demands made of them. rt-1 MR. THEODORE WV. BIDDLE settles mcn's problems. MR. ED VVILLIAMS finds us jobs. ROBERT ARTHUR counsels activities. DEAN OF MEN SECRETARIES: Kesseler, Cubbison, Dorfield. MR. 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Now it is pushed, sometimes hy lat heavy hands that shove it open, sometimes hy soft painted hands that wealtly struggle against its pulla -l-he late comer hits it a solid plow as a boisterous salute. lnside the room the hands are still pusy rustling the News, probing in pocl4et pool4s--- conscientious hands that leaf through texts, and relaxed hands whose idleness shows that their masters are already on the way to sleep, and iinally the earnest hands which grasp the pens and pencils. The class has pegun. And so we hegin the most important part of this poolc, the part that mal4es Pitt a University---the Classes. Zyze e.v,0re.nn'ue lzanafr Qf llze ,12rQfeLr.r01' .rlzapc fha acfL'c11'!f1'e.r of llze f'fll0,C'l'If and direcl lzzlr work l.l1f0 ,l7l'0fflVlL'fl.Ut3 chamzelr. 411 1 ,, IU 11 1' Hi. 1.5 I 1 F -wr :J r , ..,'- . -' -: . . 1 . N 5:f.,.51 , - Vw, w. Q51 L. 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And this award is given to the senior man who most closely approaches these standards set up by Omicron Delta Kappa. From the outstanding men a special committee chooses the avvardee. Dean Theodore Biddle is the chairman of the committee. O. D. K. and the University honor the Senior Avvardee by in- scribing his name on O. D. K. Walk. Bernadette Blatt jean Brink Virginia Porter Elinor Barbrovv Elizabeth Foster Nancy Cravvfor E44 NOMINEES FOR SENIOR QUEEN .., ,A fax 4, , 1,...k,.1,-1:33, K ,Vieira rQti?iA-,Q ..j,.f:fx iw mwxww wh, ,,, 1 i" 1., Ms, .Wig - ' LV: ' is M M M, wf -111 Mf1faMfw5glx?1f.,z ,ifws7Lfwa.,.,Q1w- - ferlwvfsfmi2'Lf?w,1S?'iQ? iw iff: rgewesifgaf 5U5we.mffazwzlgf, fs: , X f--svfww gy ffm ?,,15.fSx,ff21-,7w.2Z?fsiissflevllwifkffi wifi ssfisvfsiwfxeffffwif-Kksmmf 'ai H ma''zAsfzA:52fS1ss?WffWIZ 42,5 ---ff-'fzzfQg.g siifiwfitiii L-1-ff-fm' I i Zi1'siifIi?ii.'iii?w2f?: 11257 --ffffiii:.i?iViiiff?ff N335 .feazggfv'?ff1z1f1::f fe i.,5':ig:i2g1Feis??a??ei - ,af ,E ww: S 511115. 231gy-L.fe::::1f'.:ixsx12xIf N522 '-as gay s,4,,r.g.fgH 5 gr: l11i5?2:5mSzgseg5A'e 12? b' uiiifi' iififiii Siisif K 5g?15,5E3' if - -'Sw , Qt-:sl 1 3 gl P ,HV Ziff: ,gsm ,.,, M in vb, f .iismgs -fin' HA ,,.,,, ,,,, - ,, ,.,,, x Mb rrp , .. 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QQ, Qllilkfflfkffk..,335 :tifiiiifix ' 3 5,'wWi5?fR319ff3f5"A f N2 'T-W pls' A 1 K X P WW my ,Q Q . :ja . h,.z , , .... Egg? ,W 135 'aawig . j ii gmwy 9352 mikfi "QV 5552? K ,ww M W W L , .N ,,., .S 1 M M .W.1,, -K ". zuxriagzg '- "N M i52S.?1"5Ls2iaf if siffez 4122 2 V5 7 55 Z' fm 5 f1f2H1ffQ,2 ew 1 177' -X'-'kE5::E,Ejff1f2 ., N ,V K 1-142: Ms, :as-fwwzzf 22:33 W2 Q-1m,iQ, fewihimg 2 3,11Sx1fF,,fMffWs, mmzw X, . Mmm miff5,W2wffs3fw?f1ff nw-,gws,112,1f2,S mix .1 .Ma . x.,.fVwe -Sw f .,,,.m,,,. M W1.,,ma, ff, f,1Q,,11,d.. ,M 4, .mu HM, . , , swwmz. sfeffffwziipif 4571521525255 zi7fEJWlQEJ?EA!"fI-'25 215553 5 ,. ,A ,Q x V QF W ., E 1012 AWARDEE E XRD TXIT I451 WY. 5 lg L N a fm ' ,f..,1 -WW' 2 W, jk- 44955 JM is 44- lx s A , wb il "ZR . ggrikib ' - " riff Alia, W . . QW ,,.. f Iliff ,Af , 4:53561 N : .-.. S ,, s "' .s, vi! 'Q x fi ,,, Sf 'A r, .v . ' Vans I 113 3 ,,,, 5 I .. ,,, L 1'-nv -W 1 ,. ., -5-M .xr E V M, 'dfkffxf , SF nr - -ef f-I" ' - 12 Q ' ' 4 I 4? f -lp 1 ' 0 'S M-A f ' ,gggfiww , M '41 5 0 5' I I V ' I 3 -aw . Q N i O R S School JOSEPH AARON-Greenbrier Military School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . I.C.G. 3, 4. THOMAS M. ARMAGOST-Rimersburg High Sehool . . Pi Kappa Alpha. JEROME C. BACHRACH-Taylor Allderdiee High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Phi Eta. Sigma . . Pitt Rifies . . Order of Artus. D. J. BAILEY-McKeesport High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha, President 3 . . Pitt Rifles . . Pitt Players 1 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3 . . SFA Assembly 3, 4 . . Sophomore Hop Com- mittee, Chairman of Decorations . . Junior Prom, Publicity lvlanager . . Military Ball, Business llflanager. EDWIN H. BALDRIGE-Edgewood High School . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Order of Artus . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Debating Club 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown. STANLEY BARISH4Taylor Allflerdice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Photography Club President 2 . , Owl Photo- graphy Staff, 1, 25 Photography Editor, 3 . . Pitt Players, 3 . . Pitt Panthers, 2, 3 . . Intramural Athletics, l, 2, 3, 4 . . Publicity Manager Spring Festival, 4 . . Managing Editor Owl, -L HOWARD J. BARR-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pitt N cws 4. ARNOLD L. BIRON-Valley Forge Military Academy . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Debating Club 1, 2 . . Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Varsity Baseball Manager, 3. DAVID B. BOIES-Claifton High School . . Pitt News 2, 3 . . Cap and Gown 2, 3. of Business clministration CUDDY BRISKIN-Taylor Allderclice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Owl Stalf 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 2 . . P.B.I., 1 . . Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3, 4 . . Publicity Staff Spring Festival. DONALD BROIDA-Taylor Allderdicc High School . . Order of Artus. IRVING D. BROURMAN-McKees Rocks High School . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Order of Artus . . Pitt News 2. ROBERT E. CARLSON-Erie Strong Vincent High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Intcrfraternity Sports 3, 4. ROBERT I. CASSIDY-Cresson High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4. GRACE E. CHRISTIANSEN-Langley High School . . Delta Mu Delta . . Phi Chi Theta . . Pitt Evening News 3, 4 . . Pitt Wonien's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD A. CONNER-Jeannette High School. WILLIAM P. COOPERfBoardman High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Track Z, 3, 4. ROBERT D. CRISSMAN-Butler High School . . Phi Delta, Theta . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM H. CRONEMEYER-Brirlgevillc High School . . Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer 4. . . Pitt Rifles . . Seabbard and Blade 4. JOSEPH P. CUKROVANY-Aliquippa High School. JOSEPH DAUSCH-Central Catholic High School. I 47 Q E N I O R S School of Business Administration JAMES G. DELO-Uniontown High School. ZANE P. DONALDSON-McKeeSpo1't High School . . Druirls . . Theta Delta Beta . . Pitt Players 1 . . Cap ancl Gown 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Spring Festival 2 . . Sophomore Hop. GEORGE W. DRESSLER-Derry Twp. Public School . . Kappa Sigma . . Ice Hockey 1, 2. WARREN DREXLER-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. SIGMOND EDELMAN-Lincoln High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Owl Staff 1 . . Upperelass Counsellor . . Sophomore I-lop Committee . . Military Ball Committee 3 . . IF Council 3, 4. ALBERT FALL-Rice Avenue Union High School . . Phi Kappa. MARY LOUISE FINNIN-Taylor Allrlerdice High School . . Senior Mentor . . High School Relations 3 . . Customs Committee 2. DIVINE FRIEDLANDvForcl City High School . . Delta. Phi Epsilon, President 3, 4 . . Panther Staff . . Owl 4 . . Pitt Business Institute 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK FRANCI-IINI-Dormont High School . . Football 1, 2. STANTON L. FRANKLE-Taylor Allderdice High School , . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Phi Eta Sigma 1 . . Glee Club 1, 2. EDWARD S. GABER-Mt. Lebanon I-Iigh School. I 43 l DEXTER D. GALBRAITH-Crafton High School. ALVIN GLASS-Peabody High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . 'Treasurer 3 . . Theatron . . ROTC. IRWIN H. GLASS-Peabody High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu, Vice President 3 . . ROTC. Captain . . Cap and Gown I, 2,3 . .Pitt Players 1, 2. PAUL GOLDFEDER-Dale High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Cap and Gown . . I F Pledge Council. ROBERT A. GRAHAM-Indiana High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT C. GRAHAM-Oliver High School . . Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 . . Amity Club Track 2, 3 . . Cross Countiy Track 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS A. GROGAN-Vandergrift High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Order of Artus, Secretary, Treasurer, 4 . . SFA Chairmin 3, 4 . . Amity Club 2, 3, 4 . . Intramural Athletics 2, 3, 4. HOWARD W. HANNA, JR.-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Druids . . Undergraduate Cap and Gown Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players . . Sophomore Hop Committee . . junior Prom . . YMCA HERBERT J. HARRIS-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . News Staff 2 . . Pitt Players 1. GERALD R. HAYWOOD, JR.-Wilkinsburg High School . . Scabbard and Blade . . YMCA 2, 3 . . ROTC Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. L N l O R S School oi Business Administration CHARLES A. I-IEFFERNAN, JR.-St. Justin High School . . Cap and Gown 3 . . Football Manager 1. WILLIAM P. HEISLER-W. Hazleton High School . . Phi Delta Theta, Secretary 3 . . Fencing Club 3. JACK HENNING-Carrick High School . . Amity 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES HUNTER-Perry High School . . Theta Delta Beta . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Drum Major 2, 3, 4 . . Musicians' Ball Chairman. MAURICE E. JESSUP-Riley High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Panther Club . . Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. SHERMAN S. JUBELIER-Taylor Alldcrdice High School.. Pi Lambda Phi . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Junior Prom Committee . . I. F. Ball Chairman. JAMES B. KAUFMANN-Taylor Alldcrclice High School. BUD KINCAID-Peru High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Football 1, 2, 3. EDWIN C. KLEIN-Clairton High School . . Scabbarcl and Blade . . Owl Staff 3, 4 . . Amity Club 3 . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Musicians' Ball Committee 3, 4. EDWARD M. KONDRAT-East High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Interfraternity Sports. MELVIN KRALL-Aliquippa High School . . Debating Club 1, 2. MARTIN KRAMER-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Owl Staff 4 . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Swimming Team 3, 4. ELLIOT M. KRAUSS-Peabody High School . . Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. HILLARD KREIMER-Taylor Allclerdice High School . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Druids . . John Marshall . . Order of the Artus . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Owl 1, 2, 3, 4 . . S.F.A. 3, 4. HAROLD LABOVITZ-South Hills High School . . S.F.A. Theater 2. LAWRENCE P. LaSPADA-Sewickley High School . . Owl Staff . . Panther Club . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Rifle Team. SIGMUND LENCHNER-Taylor Allderdiee High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Pitt News 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 2 . . Cap and Gown 2, 3. ALVIN MANN-East MeKeesport High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Pitt Business Institute 2, 3, 4. NORMAN M. MARCUS-Taylor Allclerclice High School . . Pitt Business Institute 4 . . Pitt News 1, 4 . . Pitt Players 1, 4. ROBERT M. MARPLE-Canonsburg High School. ROBERT L. MCMANN-Oliver High School . . Amity Club 2, 3, 4 . . Golf 2. i l49l L E N I O R S School of Business Administration WILLIAM J. MeSHANE-Wilkinsburg High School . . Pitt Business Institute, Vice President 4. PHILIP MEYER-Shady Side Academy . . Phi Gamma Delta. STEPHEN MINNO-'East Conernaugh High School' . . S.F.A. . . Public Business Institute Publication Board. NORMAN W. MOCHEL-Wilkinsbtirg High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players. THOMAS A. MONAHAN-Erie Strong Vincent High School . . Phi Delta Theta, Secretary 4 . . Newman Club 4 . . Junior Prom Committee. GLENN E. MUSSER-Pitcairn High School. WILLIAM F. NEWBURY-Staunton llllilitary Academy . Delta Tau Delta . . Y.M.C.A. WILLIAM NICOLL-Wilkinsburg High School . . Beta Gamma Sigma. ALBERT M. NORBUT-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Order of Artus . . Amity Club, Treasurer 2. ROBERT A. PAVOIf-Glassport High School. PERRY J. PARKER-Southmont High School. l50l JAMES B. EGAN-Claysville High School . . Panther Club 2, 3, 4 . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM RITENBAUGH-Peabody High School . . Panther Club 4 . . Varsity Baseball 2. DONALD H. ROBERTS-Iohnsonburg High School. KENNETH R. ROBINSON-Schenley High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi. JAMES G. RUSH-Immaculate Conception High School . . Pitkin Club . . Pitt Business Institute. ELLIOTT D. SADIA-Taylor Allclerclice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Pitt Business Institute . . Pitt Players. NORMAN SAPOLSKY-Conncllsville High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Yuletide Dance Committee 3 . . Interfraternity Council 2. ANGELO R. SCANGA-Schenley High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Beta Gamma Sigma. ROBERT SELL-Allentown High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Owl Staff 4 . . lnterfraternity Council 4. FRED SHAFFER, IR.-Vandergrift High School . . E.S.A. Committee 2, 3. l N i O R S School of Business Administration ROBERT E. SHAHADE-Johnstown Central High School . . Phi Theta Kappa . . Intercollegiate Syrian Club 3, 4 . . Glce Club . . Pitt Business Institute. ESTHER ROSE SHANNON-Eric Strong Vincent High School . . Delta Kappa. ARTHUR R. SHIRLEY-Derry Borough High School . . Order of Artus . . President Alpha Kappa Psi. JULIAN SILVERMAN-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Pitt News 2, 3, Business Manager, 4 . . Pitt Business Institute. FRED SNEDDEN-Franklin and lvlarshall Academy . . Theta Chi . . Pitt Business Institute . . Football Manager 1, 2, 3. MARGARET SMITH-Beaver Falls High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Pitt News . . Pitt Panther . . Spring Festival 2, 3. IRENE M. SONTAG-Clairton High School . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . Pitt Business Institute . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2, 3. ROBERT SCHMELTZ-Homestead High School. HOWARD SPICHER, JR-Indiana High School. CARL STEIN-Schenlcy High School . . Pi Lambda Phi, Presi- dent 3 . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Pitt Rifles 1, 2 . . Yulctide Committee. ALBERT STERN-Carnegie High School. ROBERT STODGELL-Peru High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Pitt News 3 . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4.. WILLIAM STORMER-Reynoldsville High School . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4 . . Men's Council, President 4. JOHN STUCHELL-Perry High School . . Pitt Glee Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4 . . Y.M.C.A. . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS J. SULLIVAN-Peabody High School. DOUGLAS R. SWENSON-Strong Vincent High School . . Delta Tau Delta, Pledgemaster 4 . . Pitt Business Institute 3 . . Junior Prom 3. EDWARD TAIT-Indiana High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Druids . . Omicron Delta Kappa, President . . Pitt Panther, Business Manager . . S.F.A. 3, President 4 . . Pitt Rifles, President 3 . . College Association . . Sophomore Hop . . Junior Worthy, Spring Festivalg . .junior Prom . . Military Ball 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 4 . . I.C.G. . . S.F.A. Theater, Chairman . . Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Committee of Management. JEANNETTE THOMPSON-Peabody High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Cwens . . Interelass Sing Committee 1, 2 . . Red Cross Committee, Chairman 2, 3. DWIGHT TROUTMAN-Altoona High School. STANLEY S. UNGAR-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Order of Artus . . Beta Gamma Sigma . . Owl Staff I . . Debating Society 1, 2 . . International Relations Club 2. FERDINAND VON VERSEN-South Hills High School . . Owl Staff 3 . . Orchestra 3 . . Band 1, 2. l51l E N I C R S School oi Business Administration LEOPVVAGNER-Strong Vincent High School . . Alpha Kappa si. HARRY WAGMANmUHlfj11 City High School . . Alpha Kappa Psi . . Dramatic Club 3. GEORGE WEDD-Sclieiilcy High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha Vice-President,x3, Secretary, 4. MARK F. VVEISBERGER-Mingo High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Tennis Manager 1, 2 . . Intramural Volley Ball, Basket- ball, Softball. THOMAS R. VVESTERMANN-Carnegie High School . . Pitt Rifles 1, 2 . . Druids . . Seabbard and Blade, Vice President 4 . . junior Wortliy . . Owl, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 4 . . Pitt Band and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 . . Y.M,C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet and Committee of Management 2, 3, Viee President 3 . . S.F.A. Concert Hour Committee, Chairman 3 . . Red Cross Drive, General Chairman 4 . . Orchestra 1, 2 . . Junior Prom . . S.F.A. 4. NORMA JEAN VVILKES-Monongahela High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha, President 4 . . Cwens, Vice President . . Unit Advisor. .1521 KENNETH WILSON-Wilkinsburg High School . . Theta Chi . . Y.M.C.A. 3, 4 . . Band 3, 4 . . Pitt Business Institute. WILLIAM WILSON-Willcinsbtirg High School . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer 3 . . Theatron . . Pitt Players 1, Z, 3, President 4 . , Panther Club 3, 4 . . Pitt Rifles . . Pitt Business Institute 1, 2, 3. JOHN WILTMAN, JR.-Allegheny High School . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Amity Club 2 . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Basketball 1. EDWARD ZIOLKOWSKI-Ambridge High School . . Panther Club . . Newman Club . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. VVILFORD N. SKLAR-Taylor Allderclice High School . . . Pi Lambda Phi. . . Pitt Rifles '37, '38, '39 . . . P.B.I. News- paper, Editor '38 . . . Panther, Advertising Manager 4, Business Manager 4 . . . Owl '39 . . . S.F.A. Parking Corn- mittee, Chairman '39 . . . Demonstration Block Leader '38, '39 . . . P.B.I., Treasurer '38, President '39 . . . Military Ball Committee '39 . . . Carnival Night, Business Manager '39, DR. STANTOINI C. CRAWFORD Dean Crawford, combining a high standard of learning with a necessity for student ac- tivity, directs his school wisely and efficiently. A graduate of Bethany College, West Virginia, where he majored in biology, he obtained his master's degree at Cincinnati and his doctor's degree at Pitt. Dean of the College for seven years, Dean Crawford first came to Pitt as a teacher and was appointed director of High School Relations. Primarily interested in the student and his place in the University, Dean Crawford believes that, "Young people must be given every opportunity for working out their own careers. The value of student activities can not be over-emphasized, and as a means toward obtaining that end, the present Student Advisory systems are very effective." DR. CRAVVFORD ponders a moment by his ofiice window. ww .i"L When students are not taking it easy on campus . . . One of the luxurious reading rooms Pattracts their attention. H41 Look Who's cutting in-doggone it. Intimate discussion groups meet in the smaller nationality rooms l54l Jiamorzs MARTHA J. ABERCROMBIE-Verona High School . Beta Sigma Omicron President 3 . . Pi Tau Phi . . Psi Chi Eta . . Y.W.C.A 3, 4 . . Membership Committee 3, 4 . . Panhellenic Council 2, 3 . .W.S.G.A. High School Relations Committee 2. ROBERT L. AIKEN-D. B. Oliver High School. SIDNEY AKSELRAD-Peabody . . Jewish Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. JANE S. ANDERSON-Edgewood High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta President 4 . . Sr. Mentor . . W.S.G.A. Social Com- mittee 3 . .Chairman Parent Relation Committee 3 . . Housing Board 3 . .' Interclass Sing Committee 2 . . Fraternity Presidents' Council 4. MILDRED ANDERSON-Mt. Lebanon High . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Theatron President 4 . . Soph. Hop Committee . . Y.VV.C.A. 2, 3, 4 . . W.A.A. Chr. Social Committee 3, Vice President 4 . . Pitt Players 2, 3, 4 . . Owl4 . . Panther 3 . . Sr. Mentor. MELVIN C. ANDREWS-Etna High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Football. MYER M. AN STANDIG-Pi Sigma Alpha . .Pi Tau Phi . . John Marshall. MARIAN AREHART-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Quax . . Collcmbolae . . W.A.A. 2 . . Y.W.C.A.l2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players ' 3, 4. ELINOR BARBROW-Tzlylor Allderdice High School . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Ritualist . . Cwens . . Mortar Board . . W.S.G.A, Sophomore Cabinet 2, Stage-craft Unit Advisor 3, Senior Court 4, Senior Mentor 4 . . Publications Board 4. HELEN BARKO-Oakdale High School. EDGAR BEIGEL-Peabody High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . John Marshall Club . . Order of Artus . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Pi Tau Phi . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Owl 1 . . Men's Debating Association 1, 2, 3 . . Quill Club 4. HANS BENESI-Academy High School . . Delta Kappa CEriej . . Pi Tau Phi. WILLIAM P. BENGHOUSER-DuBois High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Panther Fiction Ed. 4 . . Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 . . Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 . . Scholars Day Committee 3. BETTY BERKSTRESSER-Johnstown Central High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Theta Ka pa 1, 2, 3 Uohnstown Centerj . . W.S.GA. Treasurer 2 lJJohnstown Centerj. JEAN BIGGARD-Clairton High School . . Cwcns . . Pi Tau Phi . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Owl 3, 4 . . French Club 3, 4. BERNADETTE BLATT-Sacred Heart High School . . Cwens.. . Mortar Board . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Alpha Theta . . Junior Worthy . . I.C.G. 1, 2 . . W.S.G.A. Unit Advisor3 . . Senior Court 4 . . Senior Mentor 4 . . Vice President 4 . . Chair- man of Unit Advisory Council 4. MARY LEE BOCK-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma President 4. , JAMES BOLLINGER-McKccs Rocks High School . . Track 2. GEORGE S. BOZIC-South High School . . Phi Alpha Theta. JACK BRADY-Schenley High School . . Druids . . Ornieron Delta Kappa . . Pitt News 1, 2, Campus Editor 3, Associate Editor 4 . . Baseball 1, 2 . . Cap and Gown 1, Stage Manager 2, Assistant Production Manager 3 . . College Association Cabinet 2,3 . . Compass, Editor 3 . . S.F.A 3, 4, Appoint- ments Committee 4 . . Sophomore Hop Committee . . Junior Prom Committee. ANDREW C. BRETHAUER-Perry High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Phi Alpha Theta . . Pitkin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, Cabinet 3, 4. THE COLLEGE JEAN L. BRINK-Swissvale High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Cwens, President . . Mortar Board . . Coed Cap- tain . . Senior Worthy . . W.S.G.A Inter-class Sing Com- mittee 1, Customs Committee 2, Altar Guild, Secretary of W.S.G.A. 3, President of W.S.G.A., Senior Court, Senior Mentor 4 . . SFA Demonstration Block Committee 2 . . Heart Hop Committee 1 . . Sophomore Hop Committee 2 . . Junior Prom Committee 3 . . Spring Festival 2, 3. W. REA BROCKMAN-Coraopolis High School . . Beta Theta Pi. . Pitt Band 3, 4. JOHN G. BROSKY-Scott Township High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Owl Editor 4 . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Druids . . john Marshall Club . . Phi Alpha Theta . . Seabbard and Blade . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Junior Vlforthy . . R.O. T.C. Major . .Pitt News 1, 2 . . Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Freshman Orientation Counselor 3, 4 . . Spring Festival 3 . . Military Ball Com- mittee 3, 4., Y.M.C.A. Freshman Camp. JAMES I. BRUNGO-Allegheny High School , . Alpha Phi Delta . . Pi Tau Phi . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pitt Rifles . . Owl 4 . . Baseball 4 . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA BELLE BUCHANAN-Wilkinslviirg High School . . Chi Omega Quax . . Women's Pre-medical Club . .W.A.A. 2. 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 3. HELEN M. BUENTE-Dormont .High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Mortar Board . . Panther 2 . . College Association Cabinet 3, 4 . . . Panhellenic Council 3, President 4 . .W.S.G.A. Customs Committee 2, Unit Advisor 3, Senior Mentor 4 . . Sophomore Hop Committee 2 . . junior Prom Committee 3 . . Heart Hop Committee 4. EDWARD H. BURTON-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Gamma Sigma Phi, President . . Pitt News 2 . . Intramural Football, Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . Independent Association. ANNA MAE BUSCH-Millvale I-Iigh School . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY N. BUSIS4Peabody High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pitt Rides. ADELINE I. BUTERA-Dormont High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Coed Captain . . Owl 3 . . Class Cabinet 2 . . College Association Cabinet 4 . . S.F.A. 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Activities Committee Chairman 2 . . Style Shows 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Spring Festival 1, 2, 3 . . Freshman Dance . . Sophomore Hop . . junior Prom. HAROLD B. BYER-lVIcKeesport High School . . Delta Sigma Rho . . Order of the Gavel . . john Marshall Club . . De- bating 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Men's Council 2, 3, 4 . . Head of Men's Customs 3, 4. ANGELINE R. CALIGUIRI-Stowe High School. .Phi Mu, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4. ANSON CAMPBELL-McKeesport High School . . Pitt Players 1, 4. RICHARD B. CARTER-Asbury Park, N. High School. . Alpha Phi Alpha . . Track 1 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CAMPBELL W. BOYD-East High School. CARMEN F. CAPONE-Westinghouse High School . . Alpha Phi Delta . . Owl 4 . . Intramural Athletics 4 . . Cap and Gown 4 . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Demonstration Block 3. HOMER V. CAPPARELL-Duquesne High School. PAUL E. CASE-Williamsport High School . . Phi Kappa Psi. RICHARD I. CAVANAUGH-Salem High School. ALBERi1' CERAVOLO-Aliquippa High School . .Alpha Phi De ta. PAUL F. CERCHIARA4VVestinghousc High School . . Alpha Phi Delta, President 4 . . Pitt News . . Panther . . Owl . . Track . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3 . . Y.M.C.A. l56l :fs it gg' Q J- v- lf Jizmlons JOHN CHAFFO-Westingliouse High School . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Owl, Sports Editor 4 . . Newman Club 3 . . Demon- stration Block. BERNARD A. COHEN-Franklin Township High School. LEONARD M. COHEN-Peabody High School. .Phi Eta Sigma . . Psi Chi Eta, Vice President 3 . . Upperclass Coun- selor 2, 3 . . Y.M.C.A. 2, 3. NORMAN COHEN-Peabody High School . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Pitt News 1 . . Debating 1 . . Chess Team 1. WILLIAM H. COLVIN-Peabody High School . . Phi Gamma Delta . . . Intramural Sports Cap .... and Gown 1, 2 . . . . Y.M.C.A. . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH L. CONNELL-Charleroi High School . . Phi Kappa . . Football 2, 3, 4 . , Interfratcrnity Ball Committee 4. IDA MAE CORBETT-South Hills High School . . Quax . . WO111CH'S Pre-medical Society . . W.A.A. . . Women's Choral. MARGARET COULSON-Edgewood High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice,President 4 . . Panhellenic Council, Treasurer 3 . . W.S.G.A., Style Committee Chairman 4, Social Committee 2, Senior Mentor 4 . . Freshman Dance Committee. NANCY E. CRAWFORD-Edgewood High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary 4 . . Mortar Board, President 4 . . Coed Captain . . W.S.G.A., Customs Committee 2, Chair- man 3, Senior Court, Senior Mentor. WILLIAM C. CRICK-Schenley High School. JEANNE CULVER-Edgewood High School . . Pi Tau Phi. MARJORIE W. DAY-Washington, Pa., High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . W.S.G.A., Senior Mentor. ESTHER R. DEAKTOR-Peabody High School. JULIA D. DELEO-Dormont High School . . Theta Phi Alpha, Secretary 3 . . Coed Captain . . Junior Cabinet . . W.S.G.A., Social Committee 2, Commission 4 . . S.F.A., Assembly 3, Executive Committee 4 . . Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNE E. DELP-Peabody High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. MABEL L. DIETER-South Hills High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Quax . . W.A.A. 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Wo1nen's Choral 3, 4. WALLACE C. DIETRICH-Langley High School . . Chi Rho Nu. WILLIAM F. DONALDSON, JR.-Beaver High School . . Sigma Chi, Vice President 3 . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Chi Rho Nu, President 2 . . Druids, Corresponding Secretary 2 . . Pitt Rifles . . Owl 1, 2 . . Upperclass Counselor 2 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2 . . Interfraternity Council 3. ROBERTA F. DOUGLAS-Peabody High School . . Delta Sigma Theta . . Class Publicity Committee 2 . . Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD T. DULAC-Glassport High School . . Pitt News 3 . . Owl 4. FLORINE E. ROBINSON-School of Education-South Hills High School . . Alpha Kappa Alpha . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Women's Debating 1, 2, 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . Schol- astic Honors Committee 2, 3. THE COLLEGE SYLVIA L. EISENFELD-Schenley High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Class Activities Committee . . Y Student Council 2, 3, 4. BURTON ENGELSBERG-Schenley High School . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Panther 1, 2, Circulation Manager 3 . . Owl 4 . . Fresh- man Football Manager . . Cap and Gown 2, 3, 4 . . Inter- fraternity Ball Committee 4. VINCENT F. FAZIO-Swissvale High School. BERNICE FEINGOLD-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Treasurer 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A , Customs Com- mittee 2, Traditions Committee 3, Activities Committee 4 . . Heart Hop Committee 3. BERNICE FISHER-Schenley High School . . Delta Phi Epsilon, Treasurer 2 . . Panhellenic Council 3 . . W.S.G.A., Traditions Committee 2, High School Relations Committee 3. WILLIAM T. F ITCHKO-Gary, W. Va. High School . . Theta Chi, Social Chairman 3 . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Baseball 1 . . Intcrfraternity Council, Social Chairman 2. BENJAMIN F. FOOTE, JR.-Wilkinsbtirg High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Druids . . Pitt News 1, Associate Sports Editor 2, 3 . . Owl 2, Copy Editor 3, Associate Editor 4 . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Manager 4 . . Y.M. C.A. 1, 2, Cabinet 3 . . S.F.A. 3 . . Chairman Interfraternity Pledge Banquet 4 . . Junior Prom Committee . . Inter- fraternity Ball Committee 3 . . Spring Festival Chairman 4. ELIZABETH B. F OSTER-The Masters School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Cwens, Treasurer 2 . . Mortar Board . . Class Cabinet 2 . . Women's Speech Association 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Treasurer 3, Chief Justice Senior Court 4. ZELDA FUSS-Schenley High School. LOIS M. GALBREATH-South Hills High School . . Pitt News 3, 4 . . Panther 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 2, 3,4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2,3, JEAN GARLAND-Oliver High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta. Corresponding Editor 1, 2,3,4 . . Coed Captain . . Pitt News 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 4 . . Military Ball Committee 4. JOE GENSTEIN-Taylor Allderdice High School. ELIZABETH A. GEORGE-Johnstown Central High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Theta Kappa. ROBERT F. GOLEMAN-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3 . . Freshman Football . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3. CHARLES F. GRAHAM-Oliver High School. BERTHA L. GREENBERG-Schenley High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Quax . . Pitt News 2, 3 . . Womcn's Speech Associa- tion 2. VERA GRIFFITH-McKeesport High School . . Alpha Kappa Alpha . . Collembolae . . Women's Choral 2 . . Pitkin Club 4. CHRISTINE GROTE-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Xylon, Secretary-Treasurer 4 . . Owl 3, 4 . . Orchestra 3 . . W.S.G,A., Senior Mentor, Transfer Committee 3, Scholastic Honors Committee 4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4. MILDRED C. HADBURG-Homestead High School . . Pitt Players 2. MICHAEL HALYAK-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . John Marshall Club . . P.B.I. JEROME HAHN-Taylor Allclerdice High School . . Druids . . Pitt News 1, 2 . . Owl 2 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3 . . Debat- ing Team 1, 2 . . Glee Club 1, 2. CF 'S' ' 'J --4 uf "'.1" ? E' 4-gg 5 '. if ...J l58I rfismons M. FRANCES HANSBERRY-South Hills High School . . Pre- medical Society 2, 3 . . Red Cross Committee 3 . . S.F.A. Statistics Committee 3 . . VV.A.A. 1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE E. HARRIS--Swissvale High School . . Delta Delta Delta, President 4 . . Mortar Board . . Pitt Rifles, Coed Captain . . R.O.T.C., Coed Colonel . . Scabbard and Blade, Coed Captain . . Junior Worthy . . Senior Mentor . . Class President 3 . . Class Cabinet 2, 3 . . Pitt Players 2 . . Panhellenic Council 2 . . S.F.A. Assembly 3, Secretary 4 . . Heart Hop, Business Manager 3 . . Spring Festival Committee 2, 3 . . Military Ball, Co-Chairman 4. DOROTHY J. I-IATTMAN-Bellevue High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Quax . . Demonstration Block Chairman 3. GEOIEGE A. HAYS-Edgewood High School . . Gamma Sigma 11. FLORENCE HETHERINGTONHML Mercy Academy . . . Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer 4, President 3 . . Xylon . . Owl 4 . . Outing Club 3 . . Pitt News 2, 3, 4 . . Senior Mentor . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . W.S.G.A. Commission 4, Vadc Mecum Committee 3, Chairman 4 . . Housing Board Committee 3. RUTH E. HOLBROOK-Taylor Alldercliee High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta W.S.G.A. Transfer Committee 4, Housing Board Committee 4 . . Class Cabinet 4 . . Women's Choral 2, 3 . . Heart Hop Committee 1. RUDOLPH HOLLOMAN-Harrellsville High School . . Sigma Chi . . Owl 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Upperclass- man Counselor 2, 3 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4. JAMES H. HUGHES-Langley High School . . Phi Kappa . . Cercle Francais 3 . . Theater Committee 2. ORVA LEE ICE, JR.-Wilkinsbiirg High School . . Kappa Sigma . . Secretary 3, 4 . . Pitt News 3 . . Panther 2, 3 . . Y.M.C.A. 1 . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Men's Glcc Club 3 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Social Committee 3. . Fresh- man Dance Committee , . Intcrfratcrnity Dance Com- mittee 2. MICHAEL C. JASKOWSKI-South High School . . Phi Lambda Upsilon. MARGARET JOHNSTON-South Hills High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer 4 . . Pitt News 2 . . Owl 4 . . W.S.G.A. Customs Committee 3, Activities Com- mittee 4 . . Senior Mentor . . Women's Choral 2 . . Junior Prom Committee . . Class Cabinet 4. EDGAR F. JONES-Scranton Technical High School . . Theta Chi . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Club 2, 3, 4. MORTON J. KEISLER-Homestead High School . . Owl 4 . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. HOMER W. KING-South Hills High School . . Phi Gamma Delta . . Tennis 1. WILLIAM L. KLINKENSTEIN-TaylorAllderdiee High School . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . Druids Vice President 2 . . John Marshall Club . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus Editor 3 . . Owl 1 . . Military Ball Committee 1 . . Sophomore Hop Committee. JAMES W. KNOX-Bellevue High School . . Men's Debating Team 1 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST R. KOLOVOS-Schenley High School. IRENE T. KOMOROSKI-Scott Township High School . . Alpha Delta Pi . . Demonstration Block Leader 4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Womenls Choral 3. HENRY W. KOROPAL-South Hills High School . . Newman Club. ALICE KUEBEL-Academy High School . . Sigma Nu Sigma . . Delta Kappa . . Quax. HAROLD F. KUNSMAN-Hollidaysburg High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Baseball 3, 4 . . Intramural Athletics 3, 4. THE COLLEGE ELLEN M. LACKEY-Johnstown High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Theta Kappa. - THOMAS F. LAMB-Langley High School . . Phi Kappa, Vice President . . Cap and Gown 4 . . College Association 1 . . Compass, Assistant Editor 4 . . lnterfraternity Council 2 . . Junior Prom. RICHARD A. LAMBIE-Wilkinsbtirg High School : . Cap and Gown 2, 3 . . S.G.E 2, 3. HARRY H. LANGER-Schenley High School . . John Marshall Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4 . , Gamma Sigma Phi . . Pitt Town Meeting, Executive Secretary 3, 4. BERNICE B. LAZIER-Peabody High School. EDWARD B. LEHMANN-Tarentum High School . . Phi Alpha Theta. - MARVIN LERNER-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Owl 1, 2, 3. ALICE M. LEWIS-Holy Rosary High School . . Alpha Delta Pi . . Xylon . . Theatren . . Owl 3, Features Editor 4 . . Pitt News 2, 3, Editorial Assistant 4 . . Panther 2 . . Pitt Players 2, Vice President 3, 4 . . College Association, Secretary 4 . . W.S.G.A., Publications Committee 3, Senior Mentor . . Spring Festival 3. JEAN D. LEWIS-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Quax . . Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 . . University String Quartet . . Piano Trio. MILDRED C. LINDEN-Taylor Allderdiee High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma, President 4 . . W.A.A. 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Traditions Committee 2, Social Committee of Housing Board 3. JOHN G. LLOYD-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Cap and Gown 2, 3. GEORGE D. LONDOS-Braddock High School . . Sigma Pi Sigma. ALBERT F. MCCARDLE-Washington High School . . Phi Gamma Delta . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Scabbard and Blade . . John Marshall Club . . Phi Sigma Alpha . . Dc- bating I, 2, 3, 4 . . S.F.A., Chairman Appointments Com- mittee 4, Executive Committee 4 . . Junior Prom Com- mittee 3 . . Chairman Yulctide Festival 4. ROBERT S. McCONNELL-Perry High School. SARAH M. MCCORMICK-Moon Township High School . . JOHN MACKOV-Toronto High School. Theta Upsilon. JOSEPH C. MALONEY-Swissvale High School. HERSHEL MARKOVITZ-MeKeesport High School . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . Phi Eta Sigma . . American Chem. Society Award 3 . . Phi Lambda Upsilon Prize 2 . . A.C.S., Vice President 3, President 4. EUGENE MARRACCINI-Elizabeth High School . . Pitt News 2 . . Freshman Boxing Team. MARGARET A. MARTIN-Wineliestei' Thurston , . Delta Zeta RALPH D. MEISTER-Bellevue High School . . Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4 . . Lutheran Student Association, Vice Presi- dent 4. E591 1601 Jizmons REA EDITH MERVIS-Schenley High School . . Class Social Committee 3, 4 . . Womerfs Speech Association 2 . . W.S.G.A. Scholastic Honors Committee 2 . . W.A.A. 3. WILLIAM J. .METTENET-South Hills High School . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . French Club, Treasurer 4. HELEN MEYER-Perry High School . . Delta Zeta, Secretary and Rushing Chairman 4 . . Pi Tau Phi, Secretary 4 . . Quax . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Coed Major of Pitt Band . . Panhellenie Council 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, Cabinet 3, Altar Guild 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Commission 4, Chairman Schol- astic Honors Committe 4, Senior Mentor, Traditions Committee 3. CLARENCE MIKE-Allegheny High School . . Alpha Phi Alpha . . Pitt Town Meeting. JANE L. MILLER-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Collem- bolae, Treasurer 4 . . Quax, Vice President 4 . . Pitt Players 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Social Committee 2. HIRAM J. MILTON-Schenley High School . . Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Senior Advisor 4 . . Pi Sigma Alpha, President 4 . . Gamma Sigma Phi, Vice President 4 . . Druids . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Pi Tau Phi . . Pitt News l, 2 . . Owl 1, 2 . . Pitt Players 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Independent Association, Vice President 3, President 4 . . S.F.A. 3, 4, Appointments Committee 4 . . I.C.G. 3, Chairman 4 . . Freshman Dance Committee . . Sophomore Hop Com- mittee . . Junior Prom Committee. HOWARD P. MONSOUR-Spanish Villa High School . . Pitt Rifles . . Riiie Team 1, 2 . . Track Team 1, 2. MADELYN MONTROLL--Dormont High School . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treasurer 4 . . Quax . . Student Affiliate of A.C.S. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4. JAMES P. MOORE-Wilkinsburg High School . . Intramural Sports 1, 2 . . Newman Club 2. MILTON MOSKOVITZ-Uniontown High School . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Pi Tau Phi . . Scabbard and Blade . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Pitt Rifles . . Lt. Colonel in R.O.T.C. . . Heinz Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3, . . . Demonstration Block . . Military Ball Committee 4. MARJORIE MUNROE-Ben Avon High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . C.A. Cabinet 3 . . W.S.G.A., Social Com- mittee 2, Unit Advisor 3, Parent Relations Committee 3, Interclass Sing Committee 4. JANE INGLIS MUSSER-Franklin High School . . Alpha Delta Pi, President 4 . . Cwens . . Quax . . Panhellenic Council 2, 3 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Outing Club 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Customs Committee 2, Unit Advisor 3. VIRGINIA NEDETSKY-Donora High School . . Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer 3 . . Women's Choral 2, 3 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Mortar Board 3 . . Outing Club 4. CAROLINE L. NESBITT-Perry High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Social Chairman 3 . . W.S.G.A. Activities Com- mittee 2 . . Spring Festival Committee 2, 3. HUBERT C. PALMER-South Hills High School . . Cap and Gown 2, 3 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4. CHARLOTTE D. PETERSEIL-Oliver High School. MARION E. POPIEL-South High School . . Swimming Team 2. VIRGINIA PORTER-Wilkinsburg High School . . Delta Zeta . . Cwens . . Quax 2, 3, Secretary 4 . . Mortar Board . . Pi Tau Phi 3, Vice President 4. .Poetry Reading Prize 2 . . Pittsburgh Female College Prize 3 . . Scholars Day Committce 3, Chairman 4 . . Y.W.C.A., 2, Cabinet 3, President 4 . . Junior Prom Committee. J. RICHARD QUIGLEY-Munhall High School . . Phi Gamma Delta . . Interfratcrnity Sing 3, 4 . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . Chairman Mens Open House Spring Festival 3. NORTON RAPOPORT-Schenley High School . . Basketball 1 . . Pitt Players 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN H. REBENACK-Crafton High School. THE COLLEG E ARTHUR L. REINSTEIN-Taylor Allderdiec High School . . Pitt News 1, 3, 4 . . Owl 1 . . Football Manager 1. LOIS I. REMALEY-Franklin Twp. High School . . Phi Mu, Social Chairman 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . W.A.A. 2. LOUISE D. ROENPAGE-South Hills High School . . Collem- bolae 3, President 4 . . Quax . . Women's Choral 2, 3. ROY I.RUANE-South Hills High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Pitt News 1, 2, Advertising Staff 3, 4 . . Interfraternity Council Executive Committee 3 . . Pitt Town Meeting Committee 4 . . Freshman Camp Counsellor 3, 4 . . Upper- class Counsellor 3 . . College Association Social Committee 2 . . S.F.A., President 4. NEAL RUSSO-Farrell High School . . Gamma Sigma Phi. . Pi Sigma Alpha . . John Marshall Club . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3 . .Panther 1, 2 . . Owl 1. . I.C.G. BETTY LOUISE SAPP-Peabody High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta, Activities Chairman 3, Rushing Chairman 4 . . Mortar Board, Secretary . . Owl, Assistant Advertising Manager 2, Associate Managing Editor 3, Associate Editor 4 . . Panhellenie Council 4 . . W.S.G.A., Social Committee 2, Chairman Transfer Committee 3, Commission 3, Senior Mentor . . S.F.A., Co-Chairman of Demonstration Block 3, Assembly 4. .Pitt News Style Show Commentator 4 .. Freshman Dance Committee . . Sophomore Hop . . Junior Prom Committee . . Heart Hop Committee 2 . . Spring Festival Committee 1, 2, 3. CHARLES A. SARBER-Monessen High School . . Owl Organ- ization Manager 3 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3, President 4 . . Pitt Rifles . . Freshman Camp Staff 2, 3, 4 . . Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4 . . Military Ball Committee 3, 4. JAMES R. SAUNDERS-Peabody High School . .Alpha Phi Alpha. Track . . Cross Country 4. KENNETH H. SAYERS--Knox, Pa., High School . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN SCHEIMER-Dormont High School. . Class Cabinet 4, Interclass Sing Committee 1, 2 . . S.F.A. Scholars Day Committee 4, Statistics Committee 3 . . Heart Hop Com- mittee 2. BETTY A. SCHOELLER-East McKeesport High School. . Pitt News 2, 3 . . C.A. Cabinet 4. HOWARD SCHVVARTZ-Homestead High School . . Pitt Rifles . . Pitt News 1, 2, 3 . .Owl 2. .Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3 .. Pitt Players 2. . I.C.G. 1, 2, 3 . . S.F.A., Chairman and Organizer of Safety Committee 3, 4 . . Military Ball Com- mittee 3, 4. KARL W. SEYLER-Kittanning High School . . Phi Kappa Psi. WILLIAM C. SEYLER-Kittanning High School . . Delta Sigma Rho . . john Marshall Club, President . . Pitt T own Meet- ing, Chairman 4 . . Mens' Debating Association 4 . . Y.M.C.A. Committee of Management 4. BEATRICE SHEFFLER-Vandergrift High School . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Subdean 4 . . Al :ha Kappa Delta . . Owl 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Players 2, 3, 4 . . C.A. Executive Board 4 . . Class, Cabinet 4, Chairman Publicity Committee 4, Chairman Nominating Committee 3 . . W.S.G.A., Activities Com- mittee 3 . . S.F.A. Assembly 3 . . Sophomore Hop Com- mittee . . Junior Prom Committee . . Heart Hop Com- mittee 2 . . Spring Festival Committee 2, 3. MARGARET SHEPPARD-Wincliester-T11urston High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . W.S.G.A. Style Committee 4. MARTIN R. SHOR-South Hills High School. WILLIAM H. SHUCK, JR.-Dormont High School . . Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Letterman Club 4. MILDRED E. SHULTZ-North Union Twp. High School . . Quax, Secretary 4. GEORGIA W. SHUSET-Peabody High School . . Xylon . . Pitt News 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A., Publicity Committee. EDWARD SIEGEL-Peabody High School. K 9 43 E621 dismons EMANUEL SILVER-Schenley High School. JAY H. 'SILVERBERG-Taylor Allderdicc High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi, President 3, 4 . . Interfratemity Council 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Assembly, Appointments Committee. JOSEPH SIMON-Sehenley High School. . John Marshall Club . . Gamma Sigma Phi. STEIZZI-IEN G. SINCLAIR-Canonsburg High School. . Sigma hi. JOHN W. SMITH-Westinghouse High School. SOPHIE J. SMRKOLJ-Clairton High School . . Quax . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . W.S.A. 4, W.A.A. 4, Pre-med Society for Women. ESTHER SNYDERMAN-Scott Township High School . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . W.S.A. 2. MICHAEL SOSKO-Monongahela High School. JAMES E. SPEED, JR.-Strong Vincent High School . .Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Delta Kappa. GEORGE L. SPIELMAN-McKeesport High School. . Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID STAHL-Kittanning High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . Pi Tau Phi . . Quill Club. JACK STAUFF-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Delta Tau Delta, Vice President, 3, President, 4 . . Druids . . Under- graduate Cap and Gown Club . . Quill Club . . Druid award . . Senior Worthy . . Owl 1, Feature Editor, 2 . . News 1 . . Panther 1, 2, Editor 3, 4 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3 . . Pitt Players 1 . . S.F.A. 3, 4 . . Chairman Social Committee 3 . . LF. Council 3, 4, Chairman Fraternity Week 4 . . Upper- class Counselor 3 . . Freshman Dance, Publicity Chairman . . Sophomore Hop Chairman . . Spring Festival, 1, 2. NICK R. STOJANOVICH-South High School . . Pitt Players Manager . . Military Ball, Business Manager. JEANINE STEPHENSON-Excelsior Springs, Mo., High School . . Delta Delta Delta, Rushing Chairman 4 . . Pitt News 3 . . Pitt Players 2, 3, 4 . . Panhellenic 3 . . W.S.A. 2, Social Chairman 3 . .W.S.G.A., Senior Mentor, Chairman High School Relations Committee 4, Transfer Committee 4. EDWARD B. STEWART-Mt. Pleasant Twp. High School . . Phi Pi Phi CWestminsterJ. BILLIE ANNE SWANK-South Hills High School . . Owl Staff 3, Organizations Manager 4 . . W.A.A., Social Committee 4 . . W.S.G.A., Senior Mentor, Altar Guild . . W.S.A. 2, 3, Campus Chairman 4 . . W.S.S.F. Chairman 3 . . Y.W.C.A., Monday Lunch Club Chairman 2, 3, 4, Chairman Y Re- lations Committee 4, Caritas Reader 3, 4, W.S.G.A. Repre- sentative 4 . . S.F.A. Book Committee 4. MILTON G. TALL-Fifth Avenue High School. JACK F. TIPTON-Meyersdale High School . . . Basketball Nlanager 2, 3, 4 . . I.C.G. 2. JEAN M. TRAVIS-Mt. Lebanon High School . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Cvgens. RUSSELL R. TREECE-Conemaugh High School. JOE M. TRIOLO-Philip Schoyerr High School. lu I ll -I THE COLLEG E WALTER C. URLING, JR.-Ambridge High School . . Pitt News 1 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2. JOHN VAIKSNOR-Cecil Twp. High School . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Lettermcn's Club. JULIA M. WAIDA-Xylon, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4 Quax . . Pitt News 2, 3, Copy Editor 4 . . W.A.A. 3, 4 . . W.S.A. 4 . . W.S.G.A. Flag Committee 2, 3. SHIRLEY M. WALDEN-Strong Vincent High School . . Sig1na Pi Sigma . . Student Afliliate of A.C.S. MARION E. WALKER-Schenley High School . . Delta Sigma Theta . . Y.W.C,.A. 2. ROBERT A. WALLACE-Sruiitli Hills High School. . Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4. MARTHA R. WANDRISCO-Perry High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chairman 3 . . Cwens . . Mortar Board . . W.A.A. Board 2 . . W.S.G.A., Social Committee 2, Chair- man Traditions Committee 3, Senior Court 4, Senior Mentor . . Sophomore Hop Committee 2. O. EMERSON WASHBURN-Westinghouse Memorial High School . . Cheerleader 4 . . Pitkin Club 3 . . Y.M.C.A. 1. DOROTHY E. WEBER-Peabody High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Captain 4 . . Mortar Board, Vice President 4 . . Panhellenic, Secretary 3, Vice President 4 . . W.S.G.A., Customs Committee 2, Senior Mentor. DOROTHY J. WEINER-Taylor Allderdicc High School . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . John Marshall Club . . Mortar Board . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . Pitt Town Meeting Committee 4 . . Scholars Day Committee 3 . . W.S.G.A., Chairman Schol- astic Honors Committce 3, Senior Mentor . . W.S.A., President 4. MARION R. VVEISS-Turtle Creek High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Rushing Chairman 3, Vice President 4 . . Panther 2, 3 . . Owl 2, 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Ap Jointments Committee 4 . . Sophomore Hop Committee . . l-Ieart Hop Committee 2 . . Spring Festival Committee 2, Assistant Publicity Chairman 3. RUTHIE I. WELKE-Peabody High School . . Phi Mu, Chap- lain 4 . . Kappa Phi, President 4 . . Panther 2 . . Pitkin Club 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 4. MADELINE L. WELSH-Homestead High School. LOGAN W. WILEY-Oliver High School . . Alpha Phi Alpha, Secretary 3 . . Track 2, 3, 4. FERD E. WILLIAMS-Academy High School, Erie . . Pi Tau Phi . . Sigma Pi Sigma. THEODORE D. WILLIAMS-Canonsburg High School. WILLIAM WILLKENS-David B. Oliver High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Corresponding Secretary 4 . . Pitkin Club 4 . . Y Freshman Club, Vice President . . Y Upperclass Club 2, 3. MELVIN L. WINER-Taylor Alldcrdice High School . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Pitt Rifles. JOSEPH M. WIRTZ-Brentwood High School . . Cap and Gown 3 . . l.A. 4. HANS C. WOODHOUSE-Clark High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Owl . . Cap and Gown Q . Heinz Chapel Choir . . Senior Memorial Committee . . Y.M.C.A. . . Spring Festival Committee . . Military Ball Committee. E631 CJPNIORS THE COLLEGE JOHN WURDACK-Carrick High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Pi Tau Phi . . Collembolae . . Owl 1 . . Assistant Track Manager 1. LOIS BERNICE YORK-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pitt Players 4 . . Class Historian Committee 2. ARCHIE J. YOUNGBLOOD-Lincoln High School, St. Louis, Ill. . . Kappa Alpha Psi. DAVID L. ZACHARIAS-Peabody High School . . Pitkin Club 2, 3, 4, President 3 . . Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, Cabinet 4, Upperclass Counselor 4. I64l SAMUEL ZASLOFF-Fifth Avenue High School . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . Pi Sigma Alpha. IRVING ZEITMAN-Fifth Avenue High School. DESIDERIUS I. ZUBRITZKY-McKees Rocks High School' . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pitt Rifles . . Cap and Gown Production Staff 1, 2, 3, Staff Manager 4. SUZANNE W. RIGBY-Clairton High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma, Corresponding Secretary 3 . . W.S.G.A,, Housing Board, Customs Committee 2 . . S.F.A. Assembly 3, 4. DR. FRIESSELL enters another year with the University. DR. I-I. EDMUND FRIESSELL During the thirty-eight years that Dr. H. Edmund Friessell has been Dean of the School of Dentistry, his initiative and drive have been responsible for Pitt's recognition as a leader among American dental institu- tions. Since l918, when the Dental Education Council of America began its ratings, our Dentistry School has been recognized as class HA". Dr. Friessell, believing that "dentistry is a Held of health service of the utmost importance to man", has given most of his life to his Work. He founded the American College of Dentists in 1920 and has served on numerous state, national, and international committees for dental research. The Dental Library and Museum originated from his own private collection. In the DENTAL INFIRMARY with its modern equipment, students get practical dental training. 1 ' gl f,ssf!'..V-- , X Nfl. K MURRAY B. BALSAM-West Side High School . . . University of Virginia . . . Alpha Omega, Secretary 2 . . . Dental Student Council 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Vice President 3. WILLIAM B. BENDIX-Long Beach High School . . . Psi Omega . . . Dental Student Council 1, 2 . . . Dental Rays 3, 4. MILTON BLAIN-Schcnlcy High School . . . Duquesne Uni- versity. JOSEPH BLOOM-Central High School, Patterson, N. I. . . . Alpha Omega JOHN A. BOSLETT-Peabody High School. WILLIAM L. BROADHURST-Findley Vocational High School . . . Delta Sigma Delta . . . Class Treasurer 3 . . . Student Council 3. E661 demons SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY EDWARD W. CATALANO-Dorrnont High School . . . Phi Kappa . . . Psi Omega . . . Dental Rays, Editor 4. RUFINO C. CONTESTABILE-Schenley High School. MICHAEL J. COSENTINO-Avalon High School . . . Capitol University . . . Class Representative 1. I. MARTIN DATTILO-Dormont High School. DARRELL W. DAVIS-Psi Omega. FRANCIS C. DAVIS-Freeport High School . . . Beta Theta Pi. ROY ATHERTON DAVIS-Peabody High School . . . Sigma Chi . . . Psi Omega. HELEN M. DOBOSIEWICZ-Academy High School . . Sigma Nu Sigma. EUGENE W. FELDMAN-Monessen High School . . . Alpha Omega . . . Dental Rays 3, 4 . . . Cap and Gown 3. MORTON B. FELDMAN-Taylor Alldherdice High School. .r-fe N I o RS sc:-sooL OF DENTISTRY PAUL GALSTER-Erie Academy High School. CARL R. GARMAN, JR.-Greenbrier Military Academy . . . Phi Delta Theta . . . Student Council . . . Freshman Dance Committee. GEORGE I. GILCHREST-Derry Boro High School. SAUL GRUDER-Morris High School . . . Alpha Omega. ROBERT S. GRAY-Oliver High School. JOSEPH L. HITTNER-South Side High School . . . Alpha Omega. HARRY D. HOWARD-Bellevue High School . . . Sigma Chi . . . Psi Omega . . . Cap and Gown . . . Cheer Leader. HERMAN ISRAELOFF-Townsend Harris High School. ROBERT JOHNSTON-Washington High School . . Delta Sigma Delta. LOUIS J. KARAGORGE-Schenley High School . . . Psi Omega. PAUL J. KLANG-New Ubrecht High School . . . Alpha Omega. ROBERT WOODBURN KNOX-Clausville High School . . . Sigma Nu. ALFRED M. LAKS-Gouverneur Morris High School . . Alpha Omega. GEORGE ALBERT LUCCY-Midway High School. WILLIAM B. LYTLE-Oakdale High School . . . Muskingum College . . . Psi Omega . . . S.F.A. 3, 4 . . . Dental Student Council 4 . . . Class President 1, 2, 4. FRANCIS A. MARIANO-Evander Childs High School . . . Manhattan College . . . Psi Omega. l6'7I 3 fffENIORS FRANCES E. O'LAUGHLIN-Mt. Mercy Academy . . . Mt. JAMES H. MAY-Sharon High School . . . Grove City College . . . Psi Omega, Treasurer 3. Mercy College . . . Dental Student Council 1, 2, 4, Secre- tary 2, 4 . . . Class Secretary 1, 2, 4. EDWARD MILTON MCFARLAND-Dormont High School . . . Psi Omega. HERBERT PASEKOFF-Taylor Allderdice High School. ROBERT C. PETERS-Greenville High School . . . Psi Omega, President 4 . . . Class Representative 2, 4 . . . Dental Student ANTHONY I. MEGLINO-Seward Park High School. LOUIS F. MELLACI-Rumson High School. Council 2, 4 . . . Interfraternity Council 3, 4. ANTHONY R. PINTO-Bangor High School . . . Alpha Phi ISIDOR NEMEROVVSKY-New Utrecht High School . . . Alpha E681 Omega. Delta. MORRIS PLUST-Samuel J. Tilden High School . . . Alpha Omega. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY MILTON H. RADEN-Glassport High School . . . Alpha Omega . . . Dental Student Council 4. HUBERT B. RESSLER-Gorton High School . . . Alpha Omega, President 3 . . . Interfraternity Council, President 3. PAUL D. ROSSNER-Perth Amboy High School . . . Alpha Omega, President 2 . . . Interfraternity Council, President 3 . . . Dental Student Council. ARTHUR RUBOVITZ-James Madison High School . . . Tau Alpha Omega . . . Alpha Omega. SALVIN SILVERBLATT-Findlay High School . . . New York University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Class Vice President 4. MILTON F. SLAVKIN-Peabody High School .... A lpha Omega . . . Cap and Gown. HAROLD STANGEL - Stuyvesant High School . . . Alpha Omega. LARRY SCRIPA-Syracuse Central High School. HENRY B. VVARSHAVSKY-james Madison High School . . Tau Epsilon Phi. JOE W'EST-Edgewood High School . . . Delta Sigma Delta . . . Class rli1'O8.SllTC1' 4 . . . Dental Student Council. I 69 DR. IACOBSEN, believer in educational ideals through arts. DR. EINAR W. JACCBSEN Dr. Einar W. Jacobsen has been at the University for less than two years, but no man has been more active in two years. As Chair- man of the Civilian Defense Council at the University, his duties are doubled arranging a complicated and elaborate defense program. In December Dr. Jacobsen directed a Christ- mas Festival which was presented in the Commons Room. But he does not spend all his time at the University. Recently, he made trips to Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, and California. His Edzzcation for Family Life, which is newly off the press, is a great help to many people. CJE N IO RS SCHOOL OF EDUCATION DELORES P. ACKER-Homestead High School . . Alpha Delta Pi, Vice President 2, 3 . . Mortar Board . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Pitt News 3, 4 . . Owl 4 . . W.A.A. 2, Secretary 3, President 4 . . Senior Mentor. MARQUARD J. ANDERSON-Clairton High School . . Sigma Chi, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4 . . Pitt Newgs 2 . . Owl 4 . . I.F. Council 4 . . Treasurer . . Band 1, 2 . . Junior Prom 3 . . Yuletide Festival 2 . . Spring Festival 2, 3. SUZANNE BARD-South Hills High School . . Collcmbolae, Vice President 4 . . Quax . . Pitt Players 2, 34 Secretary 4. MARION A. BAYLESS-Schenley High School . . Delta Sigma Theta, President 3, 4 . . Owl 4 . . W.S.G.A. 2..Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4. KAY S. BIHARY-Oliver High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Honorary Coed Major of R.O.T.C. 4 . . Sr. WOHICHYS Class 4 . . Customs Committee 2. VIVIAN BILLGER-Penn High School . . Sports' Unit . . W.A.A., Section Manager. SHELDON COHEN-Schenley High School . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pitt Players. DOROTHY M. DAVIS-Duquesne High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 3 . . Pitkin Club 3, 4. RACHEL G. DELAFIELD-Duquesne High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Pitkin Club. MARITA DORAN-South Hills High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . W.S.G.A. . . Interclass Sing Committee . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Heart Hop Committee 2. RUTH A. DUMM-Wilkinsburg High School . . Cwens . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Pi Lambda Theta . . Senior Class Treasurer . . W.S.G.A. Commission . . Senior Mentor . . Vade Mccum, Editor . , Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTY J. EDGAR-Carrick High School . . Cwens . . Senior Mentor . . W.S.G,A. . . Transfer Committee. MARJORIE I. EWING-Willcinsbiirg High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Y.W.C.A. Librarian Committee 3, 4. ,. l IQ' 'E' JANE N. BLACK-Meyersdale High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Service Committee 4 . . W.S.G.A. Social Corn- mittee 2, 3 . . Committee of Education for Democracy 3. JANE L. BOLSTER-Perry High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Physical Education Club, Secretary . . W.A.A. BERNICE B. BRISICK-Irvington High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Women's Choral 1, 2. RUTH ADELE BRUNTON-Delta Delta Lambda . . Y.W.C.A. 3 . . Women's Choral 3. 1 ir JACQUELINE M. FIKEwAllegheny High School . . Chi Omega, President 4 . . Pitt News 4, Society Editor . . Panther Business Staff 1, 2, 3 . . Owl 4 . . Physical Educa- tion Club . . Pitt Players, 4. -D CAREY E. FREEMAN-Fifth Avenue High School . . Delta Sigma Theta . . W.S.G.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. MARY LAMB FREEMAN-Erie Strong Vincent High School. MILDRED FROBOUCK-Glassport High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Vice President of Class 2, 3, 4 . . Panther, Fashion Editor 3, 4 . . Sopho- more Hop Committee . . junior Prom Committee. N I O RS sc:-loot or EDUCATION MARJORIE J. GEER-Perry High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Interclass Sing Committee 2, 3, 4 . . Traditions Committee 3 . . Choir 2, 3. ELEANOR G. GESREGAN-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Alpha Beta Gamma, Secretary 4 . . Transfer Committee 4. LA VERNE GINSBURG-Schenley High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Owl 3, 4 . . W.A.A. 3 . . - Transfer Committee 3 . . Interfraternity Sing Committee 3. LEONARD E. GLASSNER-Taylor Allderdiee High School . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pitt News . . Cap and Gown 3, 4. VIRGINIA G. GLENN-Delta Delta Lambda . . Class Cabinet 2 . . Interclass Sing Chairman 2 . . Customs Committee 3 . . Traditions Committee 4. JANE GOE-Dormont High School . . Y.W.C.A 3, 4 . . Pitkin Club . . W.A.A. MARCELLA GOTKIEWICZ-Oliver High School . . Quax . . Pitt Players . . Women's Choral 2, 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. HARRIET HARRIS-Taylor Alldcrdice High School . . Cwens Xylon . . Mortar Board . . Pitt News 2, 3, 4 . . Senior Cabinet . . Senior Mentor . . Co-ed Lt. Colonel R.O.T.C. . . Junior Worthy Award. ADELINE L. HALLOVV-Johnstown Central High School. . Phi Theta Kappa. CLARA R. I-IECHT-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Pitt News 2, 3, 4 . . W.A.A., Publicity Chairman, Membership Chairman. ROSE MARY HILLARD-Randolph Central High School . . Pitt Players 3, 4. RALPH HINES-Oliver High School . . Scabbard and Blade . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pitt Rifles . . Cap and Gown . . hdilitary Ball. ROSALIND L. HIRSH-East Pittsbuggh High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma, Secretary 4 . . Pitt ews 2, 3 . . Panther 2. PETER F. HOLUB-E. Conemaugh High School . . Phi Theta Kappa . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Phi Alpha Theta. LOIS E. HOWE-Clairton High School . . Beta Sigma Omicron . . Mortar Board . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Senior Mentor . . Heinz Chapel Choir 4. MARY RUTH GROGAN-Vandergrift High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Beta, Phi Alpha . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Hous- ing Board 3, 4. ROBERT L. GRUBBS-McKeesport High School . . Delta Delta Lambda, 3, President 4. JEAN M. I-IANLON-St. Mary of the Mount High School . . Alpha Delta Pi. . Alpha Beta Gamma . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . Panhcllenic Council . . Traditions Committee . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Education for Democracy Committee. 'I EDWARD W. HUFNAGLE-South High School . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pitt Rifles . . Cap and Gown . . Y.M.C.A. . . Military Ball. ARTHUR HURWITZ-Taylcmr Allderdice High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IRIS KAMIN-Taylor Allderdiee High School . , Delta Delta Lambda . . Pitt Players . . W.S.G.A. . . W.A.A. CJE NIO RS SCHOOL or EDUCATION KATHERINE KAVOURAS . . Sigma Kappa Phi, Vice Presi- dent . . Ow13, 4. . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 . . W.S.A. 2, 3 . . Women's Choral 4. WILLIAM R. KELLEY-Peabody High School . . Kappa Phi Kapil? . . Y.M.C.A. . . Mcn's Glee Club . . Freshman Trac 1, 2. ROBERT C. KENNEDY-Kappa Phi Kappa . . Y.lVl.C.A. . . Cap and Gown 3. MARJORIE KENNOY-St. Justin's High School . . Theta Phi Alpha, Vice President . . Senior Cabinet. JOANNA R, K,ETCHAM-Ann Arbor High School. NORMA LEE KOELLIKER-David B. Oliver High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Xylon . . Pitt News 2, 3 . . Panther, Campus Editor 4 . . Pitt Players 2, 3. HELEN R. KORCH-Rankin High School . . W.A.A., Mem- bership Chairman . . Outing Club. RITA KAY LERNER-Philipsburg High School . . VVomen's Speech Association, 3, 4 . . VV. A. A. 3, 4 . . Transfer from Cornell and New York University. .Business Studentfs Forum . . Accounting Club . . Social Committee for School of Education. FLORENCE LEVY-Beaver Falls High School . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Dido and Aeneas 3. JEANNETTE E. LLOYD-Taylor Allderdicc High School. . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Senior Mentor . . Heinz Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA A. MCDONNELL-Donora High School . . Theta Phi Alpha . . Junior Cabinet . . W.S.G.A. Transfer Com- mittee . . Pitt Players 2 . . Physical Education Club. DOROTHY JANE MAI-IER-Johnstown High School. 5-1? MARTHA V. MARSIGLIO-Springdale High School . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . French Club 2, 3, 4 . . Italian Club 3, 4 . . Y.lV.C.A. 3, 4. NORMA K. MESSNER-Schenley High School . . Phi Alpha gheta . . Senior Mentor . . W.A.A. Board 3 . . Freshman ouncil. MALCOLM G. MEYER-Taylor Allrlerclice High School . . Delta Delta Lambda, Treasurer . . Pitt News 2. ROY E. MOTTO-South Hills High School . . Kappa Phi Kappa, President . . Delta Delta Lambda. MARY ELIZABETH MURRELL-Caney High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Transfer from College of Emporia, Kansas 3. Delta Delta Delta . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. JULIA C. NARDEI-Perry High School . . Cwens . . Mortar Board . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Unit Advisor 3 . . Senior Mentor . . Senior Court. HAROLD D. OAKS-Cherry Tree High School . . Theta Chi . . Vice President of Mcn's Council 4 . . Secretary of Inter- fraternity Council 3, 4 . . Publications Board 4 . . President of Theta Chi 4 . . Scabbard and Blade . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Kappa Phi Kappa. FLORENCE L. OLIVER-Westinglioiisc Memorial High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Italian Club 3, 4. MARGARET F. PATTERSON-South Hills High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Mortar Board . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Advisor to Speech Unit . . President of Senior Class . . Co-cd Major of R.O.T.C. . . Senior Mentor. 435 .AQ ,Q IHI :JE N IO R S SCHOOL OF EDUCATION WARD P. PETERSON-Erie Academy High School . . New- man Club 3, 4, . . Res. of Classical Club '42. ELEANOR M. PUSATERI-South High School . . Women's Choral 2, 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 . . W.S.G.A. Scholastic Honors Committee. NANCY J. PYLE-Johnstown Central High School . . P. T. K. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . W,S.G.A. . . Transfer from Johnstown Center. RAYMOND T. RABINEK-South High School . . Football. DOYLE V. RHOADES-Peddie Preparatory School . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Club 2, 3, 4. ROOSEVELT RICHARDSON-Fifth Avenue High schooi . . Alph Phi Alpha . . Y.M.O.A. 2, 3, 4. LOUISE ROSENBLUM-South High School, Youngstown . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . Alpha Beta Gamma President . . Scholastic Honors Committee . . Rushing Rules Com- mittee . . Scribe of A. E. Phi . . Transfer Committee 3. KATHRYN A. SIAR-Junior College, St. Petersburg, Fla. Transfer . . Chi Omega . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . W.A.A. 4 . . Curriculum Committee 3. SIDNEY R. SIEGEL-Schenley High School . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . Pitt Band 4 . . Orientation Instructor 4. GLADYS L. SILBERMAN-Duquesne High School . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Chairman Historian Committee . . Junior Prom Committee. DORIS D. SMITH-Langley High School . . Women's Choral 2 . . Transfer from Maryville College, Tenn. JEAN M. SMULL-Jenkintown High School . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Customs Commitee 3 . . . . Coed Major of R.O.T.C. . . Historian Committee. JOHN W. STAHL-Tarentum High School . . Delta Tau Delta . .Kappa Phi Kappa . . Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4 . . President . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUISE ROWLAND-South Hills High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . WomeI1'S Choral 2 . . Pitt Players 3. CAROL I. SANDS-Bentleyville High School . . Kappa Phi . . Mortar Board . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Pitt Players 3, 4 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 3, 4 . . Senior Mentor. GRETCHEN H. SCHUTTE-Swissvale High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . W.S.G.A. Social Committee 3, . . Owl Staff 3. EUGENE T. SHEEHAN-Johnstown High School . . Phi Theta Kappa . . Glee Club . . Dramatics Club . . Panther Club Staff Debating Club. l74l GRACE A. STEELE-McKeesport High School . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Owl 2, 3 . . Y.W.C.A. 2 . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . Heart Hop. WILLIAM I. STEWART, JR.-Taylor Allderdice High School Glee Club 2, 3 . . Cap and Gown 1, 2, 3. ' NANCY R. SUNDSTROM-Bellevue High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Cwens . . Mortar Board . . Alph Beta Gamma . . Senior Mentor . . Coed Captain R.O.T.C. MARGARET H. TOOHILL-Pitcairn High School . . Delta Delta.Lambda . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Senior Mentor . . S.F.A. Social Committee. ,FJE N I O R S SCHOOL OF EDUCATION PAUL TROBIANI-Kappa Phi Kappa. ESTHER A. UNDERCOFFLER-Leetsdale High School . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Alpha Beta Gamma . . Senior Mentor . . Unit Advisor . . Traditions Committee 2 . . gpring Festival Committee 2, 3 . . Chairman Housing oard 4. FREDA J. VALLI-Cumberland Twp. High School . . Delta Delta Lambda, Vice President, Xylon, Vice President . . S.F.A. Assembly Committee 4, Appointments Committee 4 . . Pitt News 3, 4, Assistant News Editor 4 . . W.A.A. 3, 45 Board 4 . . Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secre- tary 4 . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Independent Associa- tion 3, 45 Executive Committee 4 . . W.S.G.A. Traditions Committee 2, 3 . . Heart Hop Committee 3. DOROTHY L. VAN ZANDT-Altoona High School . . Sigma Kappa Phi, President 4 . . W.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Scholastic Honors Committee 3 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Housing Board Executive Committee 1, 2 . . Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . Parents' Relation Committee . . Altar Guild 2, 3, 4 . . House President 3 . . Senior Mentor. LEO G. VONFELD-Allegheny High School . . Sigma Chi . . Treasurer 3 . . Pitt News 2 . . Spring Festival 2 . . House Manager 3, 4. KATHERINE L. WAGMAN-Union City High School . . Erie Center Transfer. GERTRUDE M. WALFISH-California Borough High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . W.S.G.A. Activities Committee. PHYLLIS B. WASHINGTON-Bellevue High School . . Alpha Kappa Alpha, President . . Sigma Kappa Phi . . Pitt Players 4 . . Altar Guild 4 . . Pitt Town Meeting Committee 4 . . Women's Choral 2 . . Social Committee 2 . . Public Affairs Committee Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. MYRTLE MARIE WEINMANN-Allegheny High School . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Women's Choral 3, 4 . . Y.W.C,A 3, 4 . . Chairman Social Committee Women's Choral 4. COLLEEN M. WIESCHEIER-Johnstown Catholic High School. LORETTA L. WILSON-David B. Oliver High School. HELEN L. WOOLSLAYER-Youngwood High School . . Delta Zeta President 4 . . Freshman Council 1 . . Glec Club 2, 3, 4 . . Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4 . . Social Service Com- mittee 3 . . Historian Choral 4. JOHN YOUNKINS-Erie Strong Vincent High School. MARY ZARMAN-St. Mary of the Mount High School . . Theta Phi Alpha, President 4 . . Delta Delta Lambda . . Mortar Board . . W.S.G.A. . . Pitt Student Red Cross War Fund, Associate Chairman . . Heart Hop, Publicity Committee. MARIE I. ZYCH-South High School . . Delta Delta Lambda. E751 DR. HOLBROOK trains students to meet defense needs. DR. E. ALLEN I-IGLBRCDCDK Our War-time government Ends an increased need for men with technical backgroundg and, because of this, DR. ELMER ALLEN HOLBROOK, Head of the Schools of Engin- eering and Mines, states that the registration in the Engineering School has this year sin- passed all former records with a total of 930 day students and 324 evening school students. The school includes the seven main depart- ments of Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Aero- nautical, Mechanical, Chemical, and General Engineering. Dr. Holbrook, a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has Worked un- ceasingly since 1904 and Within the past year he has been elected President of the National Society of Professional Engineers and the First Vice-President of the Engineers Society of Western Pennsylvania. What math are you taking this semester, Bob? The course in surveying doesn't end in the class room. Serious work in the lab claims most of the engineers' time. 1 I 'P ENIORS SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING DAVID W. ANDERSON-Grove City High School. . . Sigma Alpha Mu 1, 2, 3. GILBERT M. ANDREEN-Mt. Lebanon High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Intramural Football . . . Mushball. WALTER J. ARNOLD-Oakmont High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . American Association of Petroleum Geologists . . . American Association of Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineers . . . Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Mushball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Oil and Gas Society 1, 2, 3, 4. VEDAT AYTAMAN - Galatasaray High School, Istanbul, Turkey . . . Transfer from Bergakademi, Freiberg-in-Sachscn, Germany. RICHARD G. BAKER-Johnstown Central High School . . . Society for Advancement of lVIanagement. ROBERT E. BALL-Scott High School . . . Sigma Chi, Treas- urer, 3, 4 . . . I. E. Seminar, Pres., 4 . . . Upperclass Counselor 4...Band l, 2, 3,4...GleeClub3,4. RALPH A. BENNETT-Millvale High School . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 . . . American Institute of Mechanical Engineers 1. WILLIAM B. BEERBOWER-Uniontown High School . . . Delta Tau Delta, Secretary, 4 . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Owl, Advertising, Sales 4 . . . Football Manager 2, 3 . . . Y.M.C.A. 1. SAUL S. BERGAD-Norwin High School . . . American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3. JOHN D. BITNER-John Harris High School . . . Phi Gamma Delta, President, 4 . . . Sigma Tau . . . Phi Eta Sigma. WILLIAM H. BLEECKER-Mt. Lebanon High School . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . Sigma Tau . . . Sigma Gamma. Epsilon . . . School of Mines Cabinet 4 . . . Transferred from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. GEORGE Y. BOAL-Ambridge High School. NOEL F. BOYD-MeKeesport High School. VICTOR P. BRACKEN-Richland Township High School . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . Transferred from Johnstown Center, Glec Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, Bandhu Club 1. CHARLES C. BRADLEY-Brownsville High School . . . Phi Gamma Delta . . . Sigma Tau . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . American Society of Chemical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . A.R.B.A. 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES V. BUCKLEY-Central Catholic High School . . . Cross Country 3 . . . Newman Club 4. GEORGE D. BUNDER-Etna High School . . . Lamba Chi Alpha, Vice President, 3, President 4 . . . Soccer Team 1 . . . American Society of Metals . . . Mines Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President . . . Upperclass Counselor 3, 4 . . . S.F.A. 3, 4 . . . I.F. Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior Prom Committee. ARTHUR G. BURKI-Ben Avon High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Vice President . . . Rifle Team 1 . . . Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . American Institute of Mechanical Engineers . . . Oil and Gas Society, President. JOHN L. CAMPBELL-Mt. Lebanon High School . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Scabbard and Blade 3, 4 . . . Pitt Rides 2, 3, 4 . . . Pitt Players 1 . . . Y.M.C.A. 1 . . . Military Ball Committee 3, 4. PAUL G. CARNEY-Painesville Harvey High School . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Freshman Football . . . Freshman Base- ball . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice President 4 . . . Engineering Cabinet, Secretary, 4. E771 Qs TY ENIORS mini!- 1.116 SCHOOL OF JAMES W. CARR-Johnstown High School . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . Sigma Tau . . . Orchestra 3 . . . American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Secretary. SMITH T. CHARLAND-Central Catholic High School . . . Phi Kappa . . . Cap and Gown 1, 2. HOWARD C. CHILCOTE-Turtle Creek High School. CLAUDE H. CHISLER-South Hills High School. ALLEN C. CLARK-Altoona High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Mines Seminar, President, 4. RICHARD N. CROSS-Erie Strong Vincent High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Swimming 3 . . . Glee Club 3,4 . . . A.R.l3.A. 3,4. NICHOLAS P. DEMETROULAS-Schcnley High School . . Sigma Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 3, President, 4. RICHARD DENMAN-Canton McKinley High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Secretary 4 . . . Student Associate Member A.I.M.M.E. 3, 4. CHARLES H. DICKSON-Perry High School . . . Pitt Band 1, 2 . . . University Orchestra 1, 2, 3. WALTER DICKINSON-Dormont High School . . . Delta Tau Delta . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Cap and Gown 3 . . . Y.M.C.A. 2, 3 . . . Demonstrations Block 1, 2, 3 . . . Mines Association Cabinet 1, 2, 3. JAMES J. DIMEL-Central Catholic High School . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President 4 . . . Sigma Tau . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary.3 . . . Scabbarcl and Blade, Captain 4 . . . Pitt Rilles, Captain 4, Vice Presi- dent 4 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Demonstrations Block, Leader 3, 4 . . . Cadet Colonel, R.O.T.C. 4 . . . Mili- tary Ball Chairman, 4. l78l JOSEPH DOCZY-Homestead High School . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pitt Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD DICKETT-Lawrence Park High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . . Electrical Manager, Pitt Players . . . Erie Center Transfer . . . Delta Kappa . . . President Student Senate . . . Chairman, Pitt Night. JAMES H. ELLIOTT-Greensburg High School . . . Sigma Tau, 4 . . . Track, 2, 3, 4 . . . Panther Club, 3, 4. CLYDE W. ELDER-Sheilield High School . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. FRED S. EVANS-Ben Avon High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Upperclass Counselor. ANDREW FEDUSKA-Leetsdale High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Phi Eta Sigma. AMBROSE E. FILER-Springdale High School . . . Band 1, 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3, 4. JAMES D. FINLEY-MeKeesport High School . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . Sigma Tau . . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . A.I,E.E. 2, 3, 4 . . . Engineering Association, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pitt Rifles. J. WAYNE FLUKE-South Hills High School . . . Student Meniber A.S.M.E. 3, 4. 4 fi - . ,. ,, is Ji ' l l 1 1 '-rule ....-3 'yi' 1-...fav -u 'E' ENGINEERING ROBERT FREEHLING-Munhall High School. ROBERT W. FRIDY-South Hills High School . . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . .I . Concert Band 2 . . . Freshman Club, Y.M.C.A. 1. LEONARD A. FUCHS-Miami Edison High School . . . Phi Kappa, Treasurer 4 . . . Assistant Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3 . . . Cap and Gown, Business Staff 1, 2, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4 . . . Pitt Rifles. HERBERT J. GALL-Turtle Creek High School . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Sigma Tau . . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, Cadet Major 4 . . . Scabbard and Blade. RICHARD A. GILSON-Warren High School . . . A.I.E.E. WILLIAM H. GLASGOW-Pitcairn High School. JOHN G. GLASSON-Southmont High School . . . Sigma Chi . . . Interfraternity Council 4 . . . Pitt Players 3 . . . Demon- stration Block 4 . . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . . Johnstown Center Transfer . . . President Men's Council 2 . . . Dramatics and Rifle Team. NEVZAT ALTAN GOKCEM-Kabatas Lisesi Lycce, Turkey. DANIEL O. GITTINGS, IR.-Taylor Allclerdicc High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Pitt Rifles 1, 2 . . . Rifle Team 1 . . . Y.lXfl.C.A. 1. WILLIAM E. GRAY, JR.-Sewickley High School . . . Pi Tau Sigma. 5:3 f'wl""X ,M-,I ' -.4-v' GEORGE O. GRIEB-Ford City High School . . . Delta Tau Delta. H. GLENN HAKANSON-McKeesport High School . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . I.A.S. BYRON J. HALEY-Aspinwall High School . . . A.I.C.E. . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT G. HARGRAVE-Perry High School . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAM P. HAYNES-North High School . . . Alpha Phi Alpha . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon, Vice President 4. JOHN F. HEISS-Altoona High School . . . Johnstown Center . . . Sigma Tau . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, President 2 . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 1, 2. JEROME J. HOCK, JR.-Peabody High School . . . Sigma Beta Sigma, Secretary 2, President 3 . . . Evening Students' Association, President 3 . . . Drama Club, Vice President 3 . . . Ball and Pin Club . . . Basketball. WILBUR V. HUNT-Immaculate Conception High School . . . Sigma Tau, Treasurer 4 . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . A.I.Ch.E., Vice President 2, 4 . . . Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT W. HUSTON-Knox High School. KENNETH B. JACKSON-Bellevue High School. 1791 -- --E E' V' -' A P' i,...,,,,..,,,. Ha--:fe-V 215.1 WH P E' 'S' RALPH E. JOHNSON-Latrobe High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Eta Kappa Nu, President 4 . . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Secre- tary 4 . . . Pitt Rifies 1, 2 . . . Upperelassman Counselor 3, 4 . . . A.I.E.E. 3, 4. ROBERT E. JOHNSTON-Allegheny High School . . . Johns- town Center . . . Sigma Chi . . . A.S.Ch.E .... Rifle Team 1, 2 . . . Glcc Club 1, 2 . . . M.YV.C. WILLIAM B. JONES-Perry High School . . . Theta Delta Beta . . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pitt Concert Band, 1,2, 3, 4 . . . Trombone Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Musicians'Ball Committee 3. ROBERT M. JORDAN-Southinont High School . . . Sigma Chi . . . Tennis Team 3, 4 . . . A.S.M.E. RALPH L. JOSEPHS-Butler High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . A.I.Ch.E .... Track, Manager 4 . . . Intramural Football. THEODORE R. JUST-Johnstown Central High School . . . Johnstown Center . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary 4 . . . I.A.S., Secretary 4 . . . A.S.M.E .... Panther . . . Men's Vifelfare Club, Vice President 2. CLINTON H. KALLENBERGER M Taylor Alldercliee High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . A.I.M.M.E. EARL G. KALTENTBACH, JR.!Castlc Heights Military Acad- emy . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . A.S.M.E. FUAT I. KARAYAZICI-Adana Boys' Lyceeum, Turkey . . . Earl's Court Tutorial College, London . . . University of Birmingham. 180 fl ,, ev 'S' - ,. ..,.,.,,w.,. ,, , W A .if ENIORS SCHOOL OF PAUL T. KEIM-Greensburg High School . . . LAS. . Military Ball Committee 4. JOHILT J. KELLY--Trafford High School . . . Lambda Chi rlpha. JOSEPH A. KELLEY-Brownsville Senior High School . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . . Sigma Tau . . . Men'S Council 4 . . . E.kM.A., Vice President 4 . . . Mining Seminar, President 4 . . . A.I.M.E .... E.kM.A. Dance Chairman 3. WALTER E. KELLEY-Turtle Creek High School . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . . . Sigma Tau. EDWARD KENDRA-Latrobe High School . . . Sigma Tau . . . Iota Alpha Tau . . . A.I.Ch.E., Secretary 1, 3 . . . Cap and Gown. HARRY M. KINDELBERGER-Warwood High School . . . A.I.E.E. 4 . . . Lettermen's Club 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES E. KING-Peabody High School . . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . A.S.M.E. JOHN W. KNOLL-South High School . . . Sigma Tau . . Pi Tau Sigma . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Pitt Rifles 1, 2 . . Y.M.C.A. . . . Panther 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cap and Gown . . Intramural Sports, Manager 2, 3, 4 . . . A.S.M.E. ALBERT JOHN KUNKEL, JR.-Langley High School. W. J. LACE-Vandergrift High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha. CARL LAUXEN-Lcetsdale High School. ENGINEERING 'S' LEWIS P. LITZINGER-Butler High School. ROBERT M. LOHSE-Erie Strong Vincent High School . . Sigma Tau. WALTER O. LOGAN, JR.-Bellevue High School . . Sigma Tau . . University Symphony Orchestra, Librarian 1, Manager 2, 3 . . Heinz Chapel Choir 4 . . A.S.M.E. Secre- tary 4 . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 4. RUSSELL L. LOVE-New Castle High School . . Pi Tau Sigma. . . Intramural Basketball 2, Football 3, 4 . . En- gineering Cabinet Vice President 3 . . A.S.M.E. Treasurer 4. G. RICHARD LYNCH-Vifestinghouse High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Men's Glee Club 2, 3 . . American Society for Metals 3, 4 . . . gnieriean Institute of Mining and lvletallurgical Engineers HAROLD MARTZ-Oakmont High School . . Band 2, 3, 4. WILBUR G. MCBURNEY-Altoona High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Glee Club 3, 4. RICHARD I. MCCHESNEY-New Kensington High School. ROBERT K. McGEARY-Taylor Allderdicc High School . . Sigma Tau. JOHN E. MCWADE-Dormont High School . . Eta Kappa Nu D. . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Sigma Tau . . A.I.E.E. . . Engineering Association Cabinet. i. ll M 4 JOHN MAZUR-Allegheny High School . . Engineering As- sociation 3. JAMES B. MacPHERSON-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Pi Tau Sigma . . A.S.M.E. 4. RICHARD H. MANSFIELD-Dormont High School . . Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary 3, Corresponding Secretary 4 . . Football 1 . . Owl 2 . . Engineering and Mines Cabinet 3, 4, President 4 . . Interfratcrnity Council 3, President 4. CLIFFORD H. MICHAEL-Taylor Allclerdice High School . . Kappa Sigma. GEORGE E. MITCHELL-Ellsworth High School . . Football 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Club, Vice President . . A.S.M.E. . . Engineering and Mines Association. HOWARD I-I. MOOMY-Academy High School, Eric, Pa. . Pi Tau Sigma, Corresponding Secretary 4 . . Owl 3. CLARK R. MORRIS-East High School, Erie, Pa. . . Delta Kappa at Erie. LAURENCE A. MORRISON-Academy High School, Erie, Pa. . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Pitt Players 3, 4 . . A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 3, 4. LESTER MULHOLLAND-New Kensington High School. MARSHALL NESBITT-Perry High School . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Freshman Tennis . . Pitt News 2 . . Panther, Circulation Manager 4 . . 4 . . Chairman Institute of the Aero Sciences . . Freshman Dance Committee . . Sopho- more Hop Committee . . Junior Prom Committee. l R JAMES E. NORDHEIM-Carrick High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Sigma Tau. ROBERT I-I. NORTON-Sayre High School . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon, President . . Sigma Tau . . Track 2, 3, 4 . . Engi- neering and Mines Association Cabinet . . Chairman Engineering and Mines Association Smoker . . A.I.lVI.E. NEJAD OKLAR-Ankara, Turkey, High School. JOHN OPUDA-Ambriclge School . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.R.B.A. 3, 4 . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. CHARLES H. OW, JR.-Schenley High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . Metallurgy Seminar, President, 4. ROBERT G. PARKE-Wilkinsburg High School . , Pitt Rifles . . Pitt Players . . A.S.M.E. HARRY P. PFLUEGER-South High School . . Eta Kappa Nu . . Sigma Tau. BENJAMIN A. PICZAK-Plymouth High School . . Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pitt Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS K. PIPER-Schcnley High School . . Society for the Advancement of lvlanagcment 2. ANTONIO B. PONTANO-Springdale High School . . Alpha Zhi Dclta . . Italian Club 1, 2, Treasurer 39 President 4 . . .S.M.E. 821 ENIOR SCHOOL OF MICHAEL J. POPOVICHvCanonsburg High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. WILLIAM S. POWLEY-Schenley High School . . Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4 . . Engineering Association 1, 3, 4 . . A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L. PRATT-Erie Strong Vincent High School . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Eta Kappa Nu, Corres- ponding Secretary 3, 4. LOUIS PREININGER-Stowe High School. J. ROBERT QUICK-Phi Gamma Delta . . Sigma Tau . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Druids. JOHN J. RAMSON, JR.-Homestead High School . . Kappa Sigma, Treasurer 2 . . Pitt Rifles . . Interfraternity Council 2 . . Freshman Dance Committee . . Sophomore Hop Com- mittee . . Junior Prom Committee . . Interfraternity Ball Committee 2. THOMAS J. REISER-Westiiiorit High School . . Kappa Sigma . . Sigma Tau . . A.R.B.A. . . A.S.C.E., Program Chairman, 4. RICHARD B. ROBERTS-Southmont High School . . Sigma Chi, Secretary 4 . . Pitt Rifles . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . A.S.M.E 3, 4. WILLIAM H. ROE-Taylor Allderdice High School. CHARLES E. RUPERT-Springdale High School . . Engineer- ing Assoeiation . . Society for thc Advancement of Manage- ment 2. ENGINEERING ALBERT E. SAMSON-South High School . . Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Football 3 . . Panther Club, President . . ROBERT R. SANDS-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . . American Society for Metals. WILLIAM B. SARRAE-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Engineering Association 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.S.M.E. 4 . . Spring Festival Committee 3. KENNETH R. SCHAPER-Perry High School . . Scabbard and Blade . . Sigma Tau . . Pitt Rifles . . Riiic Team 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Panther Club 3, 4. ROBERT L. SCHERER-South Hills High School. CARL J. SCHMOCK-Lawrence Park High School . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Sigma Tau. ARMAND R. SCHNITMAN-Lafayette High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Track 1 . . Swimming 1 . . A.S.M.E. 4. HAROLD B. SCOTT-South High School . . Kappa Sigma . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. ALBERT J. SECCHI-Tarentum High School . . Band 3, 4 . . A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4. EMIL I. SERVANT-Cecil Twp. High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice President . . Eta Kappa Nu, Vice President . . Sigma Tau . . A.I.E.E., Chairman of Pitt Branch. VETY F. SHULNES-Carrick High School . . Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Orchestra 4. Ci WILLIAM SIDWELL-Wilkinsburg High School . . Phi Delta Theta . . Cap and Gown 2. ROBERT T. SIMRELL-Clark's Summit High School . Chi . . Sigma Tau . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon . Council 3, Secretary 4 . . Interfraternity Council 4 . Fraternity Handbook. JONES P. SIPE-Oliver High School . . Intramurals 1, . . Amity Club 3, 4 . . Engineering Association 1, 2, A.I.Ch.E., Vice President 3, 4. JOSEPH H. SIRC-Midway High School . . Pi Tau Corresponding Secretary 3 . . Sigma Tau . . Band A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . I.A.S. 4 . . Engineering and Mines, . Theta Men's I Editor 2, 3,4 3, 4 . . Sigma, 3, 4 . . Senior Representative 4 . . Engineering and Mines Dance, Co- Chairman 4. FRANCIS E. SMITH-Unionville High School . . Sigma Tau . . A.S.C.E., Vice President 3, President 4 . . A.R.B.A. . . American Society for Testing Materials . . Intramural Bowling . . Intramural Basketball. KENNETH L. SMITH-Carson Long Institute . . Wooster College 1, 2 . . Intramural Football . . Intramural Basketball . . Intramural Baseball. CLYDE T. SPENCE--Clairton High School . . Mississippi State College 1, 2 . . Men's Glee Club 1 . . Band 1 . . "l942" Club 1 . . A.S.M.E. ROBERT J. SPOTZ-Ferndale High School . . Johnstown Center 1, 2 . . Sigma Tau, Publicity Manager 4 . . Phi Theta Kappa . . A.I.Ch.E. . . Intramural Sports 2, 3 . . Glee Club 1, Z, 3 . . Student Council, Vice President 2 . . Engineering Seminar, Secretary 2. JOHN B. STANLEY-East Bra dy High School. I 83 .5 84 ENIORS WILLIAM J. STREET-Scwicklcy High School . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon. HENRY R.4SULKOWSKII-Canonsburg High School . . Track 1, 2, 3, . THOMAS D. SUTTER-Brentwood High School . . Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3,4 . .Pitkin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ELMER B. SVENSON-New Kensington High School . . Delta Tau Delta. HOWARD M. SWARTZ-Taylor Allclcrdicc High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Sigma Tau . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.R.B.A. 3, 4 . . S.F.A. Traffic Committee 4 . . Militaiy Ball ,1 . . Junior Prom 3 . . Spring Festival Dance 3. E. BIISJCE TAYLOR-John Harris High School . . Pi Kappa pha. W. STEWART TAYLOR-Peabody High School . . A.S.M.E Engineering and Mines Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MILTON THOMASHEFSKY-Aliquippa High School . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Pitt Rifles. RUDOLPH TRARAR-Verona High School. ERNEST J. TUROCYM-Dormont High School . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.R.B.A. 3, 4. SCHOOL OF CLARENCE M. TYLER, JR.-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Sigma Tau . . Pi Tau Sigma . . Phi Eta Sigma . . Camera Club 1, 2. ANTHONY E. UDOUCH-Johnstown High School . . Uni- versity Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES VARGO-Stowe Township High School . . Lambda Chi Alpha. IRA S. VARNER-Johnstown High School . . Johnstown Center . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . Engineers'Semi.nar, President 2 . . Dramatics Club . . Rifle Club, President 1, 2 . . Archery Club, President 1, 2. JOHN W. VEIL, JR.-Westmont High School . . Johnstown Center . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . Engineers' Club 1, 2 . . Ride Club . . Basketball . . Baseball . . Dramatics . . Archery JOHN C. VOORHEES--Otto Township High School. ROBERT H. WAGNER-Westmont High School . . Johnstown Center . . Student Council 1 . . Student Relations 1 . . Intramural Athletics 1, 2. JAMES K. WARNE, JR.-Washington High School . . Phi Gamma Delta . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . A.R.B.A. 3, 4 . . Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES M. WEITZEL-South Hills High School. JOSEPH A. WILK-New Castle High School . . Sigma Tau . . A.I.C.E. . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Intramural Athletics. L ENGINEERING ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS, JR.-Bessemer High School . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Pitt Rifles . . Cap and Gown 1. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS-Dormont High School . . Pitt Rifles. MARSHALL H. WINKLER-Carrick High School . . Sigma Tau . . Pi Tau Sigma. WINTHROP S. WORCESTER, JR.-Lincoln High School . ' Pi Tau Sigma . . A.S.M.E. 3, 4 . . 1.A.S. 3, 4. CAMPBELL C. YATES-Latrobe High School . . Pi Tau Sigma, President 4 . . Sigma Tau, Corresponding Secretary 4- . . Phi Eta Sigma . . A.S.M.E,, Chairman Student Branch 4. TONG YEE-Schenley High School . . Phi Lambda Upsilon. 1.41. wi-,, ,-, i GEORGE F. ZARGAN-South Hills High School. ' RAYMOND L. ZAVASKY-Lawrence Park High School . . Erie Center . . Pi Tau Sigma, Historian 4 . . Sigma Tau . . Delta Kappa . . I.E.S., Treasurer 4 . . "Cliflfdweller" 1, 2 . . Student Industrial Surveys, Chairman 1 . . Christmas Frolic Committee 2 . . Engineering and Mines Dance Com mittee 4 . . Intramural Volleyball. MAX S. ZEMAN-South Hills High School. CARMEN ZITELLI-Westinghouse High School. VINCENT A. ZORA-Coraopolis High Scl icmrn l . . Band. EDWARD D. MOSKO-McKces Rocks High School . . Lambda Chi Alpha . . Theta Delta Beta . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Concert Banfl 2, 4 . . Manager Freshman Rifle Team. I 851 DEAN RUTH PERKINS KUEI-IN Since nursing is an essential defense service, Dean Kuehn is quite busy aiding the need for more nurses. In the local Red Cross Nurses' Chapter, her responsibility is to train people in home nursing, and to build up the Red Cross First Reserve Which serves as a reservoir for obtaining nurses for both the army and navy. Women's clubs, community organiza- tions, and educational groups are striving to have Dean Kuehn speak to them. The only let-up that she has had from her Work Was her trip to New York last January, Where she is serving on the State National Committee for the Recruiting of Nurses. She Will make this trip again very shortly, and perhaps get a rest from her many activities. DEAN KUEHN leads the Women in white . .,.rrr,. ' M - r In the hospital the student nurse spends most of her time. She has actual experience with patients and studies a certain number of hours each day. But even in the hospital she takes time out for a bit of social life. After a hard week's work the students leave the hospital to spend the week end with their families. Ji-:moms l l I fi SCHOOL OF NURSING MRS. ETHEL LAWYER AYER-Struthers High School, Ohio . . American Nurses' Association. ELIZABETH M. DEVITT-Schenley High School . . Kappa Phi . . Womcn's Student Health Scwice. GERTRUDE JUSTISON-P. S. DuPont High School, Dela- ware . . Kappa Phi. MARGARET G. KLEMER-Uniontown High School. MARGARET G. STRANG-Wilburton High School, Oklahoma EDNA VIRGINIA TARR-Ed. M. . . Graduate Student As- sistant in Physical Education. THELMA N. VONARX-Iohnsonburg High School, Pa, . . Kappa Phi. KATHLEEN M. ZELLER-Highspire High School, Pa. . . Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. 87 The Pharmacy student spends much of his time with test tubes, Bunsen burners, and heal ers. DEAN C. LEGNARD UCONNELL The Hoff-campus" school is kept running smoothly and in harmony With the rest of Pitt life through the efforts of DEAN C. LEONARD OCONNELL, head of the Pharmacy School. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, he Was appointed to the Pharmacy staff in 1922, and since then he has been honored with added degrees which include a Ph.D., an A.B., a Phar.D. and an Phi.lXfl. awarded him by the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sciences in 1932. Last December he was further honored by being made Grand Regent of the Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. HC was also tapped as an honorary member to Phi Alpha Theta, Honorary History Fra- tcrnity. At present, in collaboration with Professor Daubert, he is having the book "Pharm- aceutical Latin" copyvvritcd. DR. WCONNELL, professional loader and sports cnthusiasl. Pulverizmg solids is part of every experiment. Through filtration, in are separated from solution, FRANK M. ADAMS-New Kensington High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. VIOLET M. AQUILINO-Butler Senior High School . . A. Ph. A. ALEX BLUMENTHAL-Student Branch of A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club. GEORGE E. BRENNEMAN-Schenley High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER W. CARPENTER-D. B. Oliver High School . . . A. Ph. A., Student Branch . . Pharmacy School Glee Club. WILBUR T. EUSTON-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Owl Representative . . A. Ph. A. . . Senior Ring Committee . . Class Secretary, Z, Vice President, 3, President, 4. JANE K. FOWLSTON-Carrick High School . . Lambda Kappa Sigma Sorority, Vice President, 4. IRWIN J. GLASSBRENNER-Schenlcy High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Class, Secretary, 4, Treasurer, 4. JOSEPH F. GRAHAM-South Hills High School . . A. Ph. A. JACK W. GUNSALLUS-Oakmont High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Class, Secretary, 3 . . Pharmacy School Glee Club, l, Z, 3, 4. HARRY M. HIBBEN- Connellsvillc High School . . A. Ph. A. BETTY E. HOVVARD--Emporium High School . . Lambda Kappa Sigma. JOSEPH D. JANKUS 1, 2, 3, 4. -Allegheny High School . . A. Ph. A., JOHN S. KAUFMAN-McKecsport High School . . A. Ph. A. JOSEPH A. KAULE-Central Catholic High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Class, Treasurer, 2 . . Pharmacy Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE M. KELLY-A. Ph. A., Secretary, 3, President, 4, Delegate, 4 . . Class, President, 1. ANDREW A. K. KERRISH-D. B. Oliver High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glec Club. LEBERON W. LEAVER-Monongahela High School. JOHN B. MCCURRY-Brentwood High School . . Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical. BETTY ANN MAKARA-scum High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3,4. l39l DONALD T. MAHER-Central Catholic High School . . A. Ph. A., l, 2, 3, 4. HOMER W. MAY-Bedford High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. MATILDA S. MORAVEK-Coraopolis High School . . Lambda Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4 . . A. Ph. A. . . Pennsylvania Academy of Science. ERWOOD I. PETERMAN-Leechburg High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy School Glee Club. OSCAR PERER-Alpha Zeta Omega, l, 2 . . Class, Treasurer, 3 . . A. Ph. A . . Pharmacy Glce Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES LEWIS RAUGH-Clairton High School . . American Pharmaceutical Association . . Pharmacy Glce Club. FRED ALLEN ROSS-Conemaugh High School . . Kappa Psi . . A. Ph. A. . . Glee Club. HAROLD A. ROSENBERG-Peabody High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club. WILLIAM R. ROWSE-Beaver High School . . Kappa Psi, Regent . . A. Ph. A. . . Class, Vice President, 4. THOMAS F. RUSH-Connellsville High School . . Kappa Psi . . A. Ph. A. . . Class, President, 3. 901 CHARLES B. SAPOCI-IAKfD. B. Oliver High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club. HERBERT F. SCHWARTZ, II.-South Hills High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Glee Club . . Ring Committee, 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD SIMONS-Taylor Allderdice High School . . A. Ph. A. BUDD F. SPANGLER--New Brighton High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3. MILO F. SPERANZO-Turtle Creek Union High School . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club President, 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT A. STATLER-South Hills High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Pittsburgh College Pharmacy . . Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY STERN-Schenley High School . . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club. MARGUERITE A. STUCHELL-Clairton High School . Lambda Sigma, Secretary, 25 President, 3, Treasurer, 4. GEORGE N. TEGZES-Leechburg High School . . A. Ph. A NICHOLAS A. T ORONTO-Conemaugh High School . Kappa Psi . . A. Ph. A. Microsc JERRY - ea only High School . . Alpha Zeta Omega, Social Chairman . . A. Ph. A. . . Pharmacy Glee Club. S. WEISMAN P b HELEN A. WICK-A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Class, Secretary, 1 . . Glee Club. HARRY C. YOUNG-Peabody High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND F. ZAWICKI-Soixth High School . . A. Ph. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. AARON H. ZWICK-Taylor Allderdiee High School . . Alpha Zeta Omega, President, 3 . . A. Ph. A. . . Glee C 3, 4. lub, 1, 2, opes are used quite often for analysis . . . one student observes as his partner records his findings. 91 MR. BISI-ICR BRCDWN Director Brown is a graduate of Dart- mouth. Since 1929 he has been con- nected with the University's Bureau of' Retail Training, and for the last seven. years has headed the Bureau as its director. Before joining the Bureau, Mr. Brown was store manager for Hobey Co. and -Iay's in Boston. Mr. Brown's interests run outside his field. He is fond of flowers and has an elaborate garden around his home. Dur- ing the last War he was a citation. Once a year Mr. Brown makes a tour to some of the leading universities of the country to recruit for the following year's course. . I MR. BROWN checks current business reports TI-IE RESEARCH BUREAU FOR RETAIL TRAINING Prominent in the realm of its graduate schools is the University's Research Bureau for Retail Training. In 1918 the Bureau had its beginning in a committee of Pittsburgh merchants and educators interested in the problems of young people entering the field of retailing. Thus it is the pioneer graduate retail school of the world. The Bureau has as its basis the needs of the young men and women interested in re- tailing and of the business man who will employ these young people. It intelligently recognizes the fact that although the business man desires his young employee to be well- founded in the theories and principles of retailing, he looks for the person who can meet the problems of business with ease and competence, the person who is skilled in practical knowledge. The Bureau knows that the student who is best acquainted with the diverse aspects of retailing is the student most likely to solve his own problems quicklyg it knows that the business man prefers the well-rounded student. With the student's needs in mind, the Bureau plans its program. It is the graduate school of specialization for students of retail- ingg it does for the retail student what the hospital does for the medical student. From the program the Bureau sets up, the student can see merchandising, personnel manage- ment, control, store operation, and advertising in action and can choose among them. He gets theoretical and practical training in the field of his choice. Research always plays an important part in the Bu rcau program. In addition to the class room, the reau offers the student laboratory rk, actual experience. It sets aside days a Week for the student to ob- Ve and Work in one of Pittsburglfs en cooperating department stores, in ich he meets and handles real busi- s situations. But most important is fact that during that year of grad- ,te Work, the young student Hnds him- .f and directs his training toward one .e rather than blundering about in the Lsiness world indefinitely. For in our e of specialization the individual must skilled in the needs of one rieldg the ident with general knowledge and no ecific training is at a disadvantage. '--- Students make and study charts that disclose surprising facts about familiar store operations. Saturday is a full-time selling day for Bureau students. Pittsburgh department stores function as work- ing laboratories for the Bureau. The Bureau library is stocked with the latest books on retailing. ln the library Bureau students keep well informed. L93 L V! -. W T ww . mmm 1 ff ' f 1 N W! r' " J' w ' ' , b W ' W 61 ,- H 1, "fp Y , .. n .:'w.Afwwe V 1 A Up the hill, on University Drive stands PENNSYLVANIA HALL where medical students attend classes. I1 11.9 w 1. ,gi B- M' 'Q A , . VW Y. i I ,-x Q-gag If-V.-T, -1. ,Lr- Z I '6 C DR. WILLIAM S. MCELLORV The United States Navy used to have "Bill", Pitt has him now. A former tennis champ, a letterman in football, and a lover of golf is Dr. William S. McEllroy, Dean of the Medical School "up on the hill". His many responsibilities at the University keep him very busy, but he always finds time to help a fellow. Although he is not doing any research at present, he has conducted extensive research studies in blood pigment, protein and iron, anemia, and metabolism. Dr. McEllroy, a former Pitt man, served as junior lieutenent in the Medical Reserve of the United States Navy after he graduated from the University. Later he became as- sistant instructor in the medical school. Today he is the dean. I Wy jar DEAN MCELLROY heads Pitt's Medical center From the thirty-fifth floor of the Cathedral, one can see the vast expanse of the upper campus showing Pennsylvania Hall in the background. v 961 E N I O R S so-loot or MEDICINE MORTQN L. ARONSON-Schenley High School . . Phi Delta Epsilon, Secretary 3, President 4 . . Interfraternity Council . . Montehore Hospital Internship. ANTHONY I. BAYUK-Central Catholic High School . . Phi Theta Kappa . . Nu Sigma Nu . . South Side Hospital Internship. DAVID M. BELL, JR.-Canonsburg High School . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. HARRY F. BISEL-Peabody High School . . Phi Beta Pi . . Pitt Band . . Medical Center Internship. BRUCE C. BOYLE-Norwin Union High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Rho Sigma . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. THEODORE R. BUDZELKA-Allegheny High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Medical Center Internship. ROBERT BUKA, JR.-Wcstcm Reserve Academy . . Medical Center Internship. RICHARD W. BURGER-Fllswo1'th-Cokeburg High School . Pitt Rifles . . McKeesport Hospital Internship. O. SHERMAN CARLSON-Bardford High School . . Epsilon P1 . . Nu Sigma Nu, Treasurer 3 . . Kemokos Chemistry Honorary Fraternity . . West Penn Hospital Internship. ROBERT W. CHURCHILL-Bellevue High School . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Sigma Society . . Student Assistant in Anatomy. JOHN E. CLEVER-Wilkinsburg High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . St. Margaret Hospital Internship. RALPH E. -COTTER-Wilkinsburg High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Sigma Xi . . Chi Rho Nu . . Student Assistant in Physiology and Pharmacology . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. JAY H. DANIELS-Connellsville High School . . Beta Sigma Rho . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . St. Francis Hospital Intern- ship. ROBERT I. DEAN-Mt. Lebanon High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . West Penn Hospital Internship. SILVIO DEBLASIO-Connellsville High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Pitt Rifles . . Phi Beta Pi, President . . Cap and Gown . . Medical Center Internship. ROBERT E. DELAVAL-Peabody High School . . Phi Rho Sigma. ANTHONY G. DELEO-Dormont High School . . Phi Kappa . . Chi Rho Nu . . Nu Sigma Nu, President 4 . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. DANIEL W. DICKINSON-Peabody High School . . Lambda Chi Alpha . . Nu Sigma. Nu . . Mercy Hospital Internship. Cf N IO R S SCHOOL or MEDICINE DAVID M. FLOM-Peabody High School . . Pi Tau Phi . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . Montenore Hospital Internship. JACK H. FOERTSCI-IAAllegheny High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Phi Beta Pi . . West Penn Hospital Internship. PAUL C. GAFFNEY-St. Catherines High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Beta Pi . . Interfraternity Council . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. WESTON D. GARDNER-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Sigma Pi . . Nu Sigma Nu, Rushing Chairman 2 . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Interfraternity Council 2, 3 . . Students Medical Society . . Correspondent to "Journal of American Medical Association". JAMES MCCARTNEY GEORGE-Arnold Preparatory School . . Nu Sigma Nu, Secretary 3 . . St. Francis Hospital Intern- ship. WILLIAM S. GIBSON-Carrick High School. ROBERT T. GRAY-Williamsport High School . . Phi Beta Pi, Vice President 3 . . Student Medical Society, Treasurer 4 . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. PERCY W. GRIFFIN-Bessemer High School . . Phi Pi Phi . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Allegheny General Hospital Internship. ROBERT M. GRUBBSFML Lebanon High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Mercy Hospital Internship. ROBERT B. GUMP-VVL-stinghouse High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . West Penn Hospital Internship. WILLIAM H. HARTZ-Millvale High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Medical Center Internship. CHARLES A.. HAUBER-St. Mary's High School . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. HARRY J. HECK-Allegheny High School . . Phi Beta Pi . . St. John's Hospital Internship. H. VINCENT HEIDENREICH-Indiana High School . . Phi Kappa . . Chl Rho Nu . . Nu Sigma Nu . . South Side Hospital Internship. THOMAS F. I-LINES-Berwick High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Rho Sigma . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. ALBERT IANCU-Schenley High School . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . Pittsburgh Hospital Internship. JOSEPH M. DAZMIERSKI-Schenley High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Beta Pi . . South Side Hospital Internship. J. EDWIN KEPPEL-Wheeling High School . . Kappa Alpha Order . . Phi Rho Sigma, President 4 . . Alpha Omega . Alpha . . Medical Interfraternity Council 2 . . West Penn Hospital Internship. IEJ7 98 fjlzmoms EDMIJND R. KIELMAN-Schenley High School . . Phi Rho Sigma, Treasurer 2 . . Phi Sigma . . Student Assistant in Anatomy . . Medical Center Internship. EMIL CLYDE KRUG-Wilkinsburg High School . . West Penn Hospital Internship. WILLIAM H. KUNKEL-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Nu Sigma Nu . . West Penn Hospital Internship. RALPH G. LEIGHTY-Svvissvale High School . . Shadyside Hospital Internship. WILLIAM S. LICHTER-Allegheny High School . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . Pittsburgh Hospital Internship. SYDNEY LIEBMAN-Taylor Allderdice High School . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . Montefiore Hospital Internship. WALTER A. R. METZ-South Hills High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . South Side Hospital Internship. , BERNARD I. MICHAELS-Allegheny High School . . Sigma Alpha Mu . . Phi Delta Epsilon . . Pi Tau Phi . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. JOSEPH A. MILLER-Pitcairn High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . West Penn Hospital Internship. JOHN R. MILLER--St. Vincent Prep School . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Nu Siglma Nu . . Student Medical Society, Presi- dent . . Mercy ospital Internship. ROBERT H. MILLER-Wilkinsburg High School . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Student Medical Society . . Pittsburgh Hos- pital Internship. RICHARD A. MILO-Wilkinsburg High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Nu Sigma Nu. WILLIAM A. MORNINGSTAR-Schenley High School . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . West Penn Hospital Internship. RICHARD A. NELSON-Titusvillc High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Rho Sigma . . South Side Hospital Intemship. JOHN H. NEWMAN-Aspinwall High School . . Kappa Sigma . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Mercy Hospital Internship. JOHN J. NOLAN-Farrell High School . . Kappa Psi . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Class President 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Student Faculty Committee 4 . . Allegheny General Hospital Internship. CHARLES T. OSTERLOH-Perry High School . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Allegheny General Hospital Internship. STEWART G. PATTON, JR.-Westminster College . . Phi Pi Phi . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Youngstown Municipal Hospital Internship. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WILSON B. PIZZI-Connellsville High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Washington, Pa., Hospital Intern- ship. GORDON LYNN RENTON-Vandergrift High School . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. LAWRENCE W. ROESSING-Greensburg High School . . Pittsbungh Hospital Internship. EDSON R. RODGERS-Freedom High School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . St. Francis Hospital Internship. LOUISE BUHL SALING-Peabody High School . . Delta Delta Delta . . Quax . . Zeta Phi, Treasurer 3, President 4 . . Class Secretary 2 . . Chicago Research Educational Hospital Internship. MORRY SHAPIRO-Allegheny High School . . Phi Delta Epsilon, Treasurer 4 . . Mercy Hospital Internship. RICHARD D. SHELBY--Swissvale High School . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Alpha Omega Alpha, President . . West Penn Hos- pital Internship. WALTER D. SHUTTER-Turtle Creek High School . . Nu Sigma Nu . . South Side Hospital Internship. BRUCE N. TANNEHILL-Rice Avenue Union High School . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Nu Sigma Nu . . Class Vice Presi- dent 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Allegheny General Hospital Internship. JACK L. TEDROW-Aspinwall High School . . Chi Rho Nu 1 . . West Penn Hospital Internship. FRANK N. TETLOW-East Pittsburgh High. School . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . Interfraternity Council President . . West Penn Hospital Internship. RAYMOND C. TOMARELLI-Central Catholic High School . . Nu Sigma Nu . . West Penn Hospital Internship. JOSEPH P. TOMSULA-Homestead High School . . Phi Beta Pi . . St. Ioseph's Hospital Internship. DAVID EARL VOGAN, IR.-Mercer High School . . Chi Rho Nu . . Phi Rho Sigma . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Medical Center Internship. KARL S. VON SENDEN, IR.-Peabody High School . . Delta Tau Delta . . Nu Sigma Nu, Social Chairman 4 . . Interfraternity Council 3 . . West Penn Hospital Intern- ship. HELEN ROSE WALKO-Taylor Alldcrdice High School . . Zeta Phi . . South Side Hospital Internship. MARY WARNER-East Pittsburgh High School . . Carnegie Institute of Technology . . Alpha Omega Alpha, Vice President . . Zeta Phi, Vice President. CLAIRE E. WIBLE-South Fayette Twp. High School . . St. John's Hospital Internship. WILLIAM J. WINTER-Perry High School . . Phi Beta Pi . . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Sigma Xi . . Student Assistant in Physiology and Pharmacology . . Medical Center Intern- ship. 99 . X " ai., wkx Medical students relax wi' 1 Ll cokes and a cigarette after 11 long lab class. in l , X f4'5v1-MS' -1 5 mm. W5 if mE-95 lil: l hool studcuts must equip When entering mcg so - ' " " lc for long themselves w1th 'shun 1111LlObkO1 hours of ObSC1'VU.lL1Oll. 'L 2 w i , CHE' .i1 Ort of A medical student writes up n rep his microscope 4: g -.. L100l an ulysis. Preserved specimens supply tl for study. IC med students with l'llIltC1'l2I.1 DEAN E. A. GILMORE Reorganizing the Law School terms to help his students combine studies with the draft, and teaching in the 'grand manner' of justice Holmes are both part of the program of the University's Dean Eugene A. Gilmore. Two years ago he came to Pitt with a background of education and law which has been used to maintain the high standing of the Law School and to give his students friendly counsel and help with their problems. Dr. Gilmore was formerly president of the Uni- versity of Iowa, and he has been Secretary of Public Instruction and Acting Governor of the Phillipine Islands. The author of numer- ous legal and educational works and member of many organizations, he has kept a balance between learning and the social graces. --sl., DEAN GILMORE faces a serious problem in Law School enrollment. DEANS OF OTHER SCHOOLS DEAN NEVVSTETTER: His held will be more prominent after the War. DEAN WILBER I. NEWSTETTER Versatile head of the School of Social Sciences is developing a program for train- ing workers in government service. He says he has not yet found a substitute for his hobby in amateur radio, but the many miniature bridges he has constructed seem to show that his interests do run into other fields. Every summer he devotes his time to his boy's camp in Canada. 51011 I-IALL OF FAME Outstanding in their four year college life for good character, honesty, leadership, and hard work twenty students have earned for themselves recognition in the GWL HALL OF FAME. They know full well the mean- ing of Benjamin Franklin's bit of philosophy, "Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made off, Depriving themselves of pleasures and good times, they have de- votedly given more than what was demanded of them. Each has made his life worth while. Many students were considered by an authoritative committee composed of three faculty members, three Junior women, and three Junior men before twenty students were Hnally selected. We hope this honor will be an added incentive to those who won fame, and may they serve as models for ambitious Freshmen. f103fI GIZIOI' l'15::zf D. J. BAILEY ELINOR BARBROW Mortar Boarclg W.S.G.A.g Senior Courtg Alpha Epsilon Phi. :vm fy-if 'CIIT lullI1I 1 51041 Business lVla1'lage1' of Military Bully Cap and Gowng S.F.A.g Pi Kappa Alpha. .gal of fame 93' BERNADETTE BLATT ixlfbflill' BOZIITIQ YV.S.G.A.g Senior Courtg Pi Tau Phi. J ACK BRADY Campus Editor of Pitt Ncwsg S.F.A.3 Cap :md Gowug O.D.K. 51051 en :br JEAN BRINK P. Q RICHARD MANSFIELD , 4 President of Engineering Cabinetg President of Inter- fratcrnity Conncilg Phi Gamma Delta. If1061 President of Mortar Board: President of W.S.G.A.g Senior Worthyg Delta Delta Delta. HELEN BUENTE President of Panhellenic Council: Mortar Boznrdg W.S.G.A.g Zeta Tau Alpha. HIRAM MILTON President of Independent Associationg Pitt Players: O.D.K.g President of Pi Sigma Alpha. l107fI an :br JAMES DIMEL CHARLOTTE HARRIS President of Delta Delta Deltag Mortar Board S.F.A.g Co-ed Colonel. f108fI Colonel of R.O.T.C.g Vice-President of O.D.K.g Captain of Scablmrcl and Bladcg Pi Kappa Alpha. fn J? Z! of .fame ,-41, QF" 'NX X 'Q--GV NANCY CRAWFORD P1'csic'lo11t of Mortar Boardg VV.S.G.A.g Co-cd Cztptaiug Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHN BROSKY Editor of the Owlq Captain of V zwsity Cross Country ,TCZLTNQ fJ.D.K.g Delta Tau Delta. 535'-f f109J embr EDWARD TAIT HARRIET HARRIS Mortar Boardg Co-ed Lt. Colonel: Junior VVorthy Xylon. f1101 President of O.D.K.q President Qf S.F.A.3 Business Manager of Pzmtherg Pi Kappa Alpha. rv ffa! of fame iW'iVWiW -WWwli' 'W J iff 1 I ' :.,.zsgx:1:r' WW,-, yn-kgrmmsm fi. N-'ai' T WILLIAM SEYLER President of john Marshallg Chairmzm of Pitt Town Meetingg Men's Debating Associationg Y.M,C.A. ELIZABETH FOSTER -er-45' Chief Justice Senior Courtg Mortar Bozmrdg W.S.G.A.g Kappa Kappa Gamma. llllj embr E 1 1 5 JACK STAUFF President of Delta Tau Dcltag Senior VVOFILIIY Editor of the Pfmthcrg S.F.A. 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Lv , if.. . f ,Y V c 1 ' ---'--fa. ff ' V 1 B 5 ' v xs ' G ' af , ', 5 A 'Z y ' Hfqgi. 2-4. , 5'1" A' 'fr' gsifpx iff V if N 'ur X. . ",,QL.. X ' I ,. Ng,-,A M - D w'r,.!' -1 is ' N . + 3+ ls ' 92 E5- .X ww 3-1 ww M 'Q, 5. 4 ' ' "" MMR- -1 12 V ul M wx k l From the observation deck on the thirty-fifth floor of the Cathedral one can see a broad view of Pittsburgh. 51201 Strong winds sweep across the campus and pile snow high at the Fifth Avenue entrance of the Cathedral. - nw: I I ' M ,lm ' j V- gg, ., M- ww H Q W1 ,QV fx b I , 'Q Q5 Fifi , X ? X4 4:34 an 'V X .wwf 6 vm'-1' 1 X F 'f' L K. 'V S? Qi H. "lax X XX M Q 'N V 1 9x K ilu .Ni A wf ' PL If J MILITARY f122j The R. Q. T. C. student holds in his hands the luture welfare and security ol our country. Clean white hands that once toolc notes in class, shined brass bucldes, gripped a rifle stocl4, and whipped sabers lrom scabbards will tal4e on a new signilicance. ln their place will be waving hands when the greetings and the hurrahs begin, hands that clasp those ol a girl in lriendship and love, hands that salute in respect lor and loy- alty to the nation. - These will be strong lcnuclded hands that squeeze triggers, dig trenches, and drive tanl4s and planes, hands that will string telephone lines and twist barbed wire, hands that scribble hurried notes lrom the battlefield. And they will be the hands that worl4 alone in dang- er, the hands ol men who light courageously and lool4 lor no reward. N0 one !IQj.Uf,'fJ' In flffzflffzg an Qy'l.Ct3l'yJ' Jworff wilh l'l.b!70l1J', fm! on. Ilze day Qf fmflfe, llc will fl'l1l' 111671-If llzc mvmmefz! and ,m'el,re1 zf Ilze mzkeff edge fo llze enemy. IIZZBJ L124l ' Lf ' .2 L VIYI Colonel Edward L. Kelly, P. M. S. Sc T. Keystone of the arch of national defense is the Reserve Qliicers Training Corps instituted among colleges to train men for leadership in peace and war. The University's Coast Artillery unit, founded in 1919, is the largest voluntary group in the country. Students are admitted to the Corps after passing a rigid physical exam- ination. ln the basic course a cadet attends two classes and one drill period a week while advanced students have ive hours a week. Upon graduating, these cadets become 2nd lieutenants in the army reserve. Col. Edward L. Kelly, a West Point graduate, heads the Military Department. He is assisted by Capt. Ramon Dougan of V. P. I. and by Pitt graduates, Lieutenants lfVilliam Havlak, '34g Donald Campbell, '35, Howard Husband, '35, and Capt. Merlin Wills, '27, Besides its present importance of providing young officers, the R. O. T. C. develops habits of discipline, leadership, and a spirit of patriotism. And even if we have no more wars, the training it offers is amply justified. Captxlin Merlin V. VVills, Captain Ramon C. Dougan, lst Lt. VVilli:1ni R. Havlak, lst Lt. Donald R. Campbell il al 1 Captain john P. Cameron lst Lt. Howzlrd O. llusbaucl LT... V1 1 5 l .H- 1 l 1 Sergeants Hardison, McDonald, Strawhorn, Underwood, Guntu L l R. O. T. C. CDFFICERS AND COEDS Top Row: Woodhouse, Garland, Brosky, Brink, Haywood, Butera, Finley, Bihziry, McArdle, Crzmford. Oaks, DcLeo, Sehzipcr, Sunclstrom, Campbell, Smull, Tait, Patterson, Gall. Dimel, C. Hzirris. Absent from picture: Moskovilz, H. Harris. Qnd LIEUTENANTS IN TI-IE ARMY RESERVE Abele, R. W. Anderson, M. J. Bzmehrzuzli, J. C. Bailey, D. J. Bull, R. E. Bcrgzicl, S. fBcrt:mei'ini, A. G. Bitner, J. D. Bradley, C. C. Brosky, J. G. Budi, W. A. Burki, A. G. Busis, S. N. Campbell, -I. L. Czlntor, H. CllZL1'llll1il, S. T. Croiiuineyw, VV. I-I. Demetroulus, N. P. Dimcl, I. I. Dovzy, S. Erlizircl, R. VV. Evans, F. S. Fzlziru, V. F. Finley, -I. D. Frankie, S. L. Fricly, R. IV. Gull, H. J. Glass, A. Glass, I. H. Green, H. J. Hzikamson, H. G. Hurgrzive, R. G. Haywood, G. R. Hunter, J. D. jones, G. E. Keim, P. T. Klein, E. C. Kolovos, E. R. Kramer, IVI. Lyfliek, F. Mzmiziux, D. A. ltlzizur, lVIcCzu'clle, A. F. McChesncy, R. I. RIICSITZIHC, W. J. Meister, R. D. IVIeyer, M. G. Mochel, N. W. hiosko, E. D. lXIoskovitz, NI. Ilrlusscr, G. E. Oaks, H. D. Opuda, J. Parke, R. G. Quick, I. R. Rzunson, I. R. Rice, J. W. Roe, W. H. Rupert, C. B. Sarber, C. A. Schzlper, K. R. Schwartz, H. Seeehi, A. I. Stein, C. V. Stewart, W. Tziit, E. T. 'I'liu1nzisl1efsky, M. Ungar, S. S. Wzirnc, I. K. Wcstermzinn, T. R. Winer, M. L. Woodhouse, H. C. Our army requires that its oHieers he men of the highest type. The officers and soldiers of an arniy are expected. to conseerate themselves to their country, to subordinate their personalities, their rights, their privileges, and their oppor- tunities to the good of the nation as at Whole. Gen. Douglas i7l5lrCLCfI7'HlZL7'. 11251 When They ffl Aff: .g 90' 'KA CADETS . . . at Fort Monroe From regimental parades on the Cathedral lawn, from dusty drills on Bubbles Field, from home and friends seventy-four advanced R. O. T. C. cadets parked their army foot lock- ers and set out for six weeks of camp life at Fort Nlonroe, Virginia. In a sandy camp sprayed bv the salt an' of the Chesapeake, the future oilicers along with cadets of five other univer sities received prac tical training in various phases of the Coast Artillery branch However, camp life was not all firrng of 12 inch guns, for there were dances, trips, swimming, athletic meets, movies and KP duties as these pictures will show An experience they will all remember, the Pitt Cadets came home feeling that an officer s job is a l1fe wo1 k ot devotion to duty Cadets were early taught how to go throu h the roi At the cnd of the day Brosky thinks it over Windowvs were broken and houses rocked when this 12 in went into action 1gaWnst targets on the Chescpcakc Bay Captain Wills gets an explanation of the fire from Charge of Quarters, Ed Klein. A 'When I was in Wee Pants"-Williams and Schwartz in a friendly scrap. iam - factor behind Battery A for having a neat looking t was Sergeant McDonald who cracked down in the boys and made them pull weeds. ty day at as B I' .QJN ,'-1" QL! Pitt men, VVarnc and Quick arrive at camp in time to sec a fire break out. Finley, Brosky, and Schaper have a. last glimpse of Fort Monroe as their steamer sails for Washington, D. C. and home. H 'H .A , ?3miey W W SCABBARD AND BLADE Top Row: Oaks, Schapcr, Klein, Icardi, Brosky, Gall, Bruun, Campbell, Stein, Haywood, Anderson B1 idlq McA1dlc Cronemeyer, McCandliss, jones, Briney, Helbling. Wcstcrmann, Dimcl, C. Harris, Lt. Havlak, Finley. Co-ed Ctl,IJlflil7.., ,,,,. ,.,,,.,. C HARLOTTE HARRIS Captain ..., . ,.,.,,,,,,, ,A ,,,,,.,l,,,,,,,,,...,l.,, JAMES J. DIMEL First Lieutenant ..,..,, ,,,,,,,7-.n,THOMAS WESTERMANN Second Lieulencznl ...,.. ...,. , .,l.,..,. , ,JAMES FINLEY Firsf Ssfrgczznl ,... ,.,,.,,, RICHARD W. ABELE Generals of tomorrow-members of Scab- bard and Blade are the men to Watch in years to come. Chosen from the cream of the ad- vanced R.O.T.C. corps, forty-five actives carried the local chapter colors With correct military bearing. Fall tapping brought ten men into the organization, and fifteen more were added at the Military Ball on March 20 amid brilliant military background and solemn rite. Then candidates became 'cannon fodder' for the actives during Hell VVeek, seven days under heavy fire. ll-381 Captained by James Dimel and co-ed captain Charlotte Harris, Scabbard and Blade men fired a full round of activities. Intro- duction smokers, a memorable "come as you are" party, and a strong fellowship began at Camp Fort Monroe served to strengthen their social and leadership qualities. Additional recognition came to the local unit as a result of the inspection by the Corps Area commander. Reports of the check-up, given every two years, were 'favorablel S ? iiiwl fi ggi , H 1 if Hz 5 X1 X4 Q, , , i 6 E Q 'Q 3 X 1 mi? E A Q 4 x av 1 'iq 5' XX W r W t 'Q s 5 ' Q ' X X E " X '53 I L 1 x Y X .ilk " Ja N., 54 E x e PITT RIFLES Practice makes perfect, and the energetic Pitt Rifles believe in no shortcuts to perfec- tion. From the sweltering days of early September, through the frost-nipped air of January, to Warm breezy May, the actives, members, and candidates of this honorary military fraternity practice several hours a Week on the Cathedral lawn for mastery of close order drill. Selected candidates, who must pass a rigid mental and drilling examina- tion after having drilled at least one semester are initiated during Hell Week . . . a sizzling series of early morning drill, sentry duty, mass singing, and late evening drill. Leader of Pitt Rifles and envy of all the girls, Capt. Dick Stein and coed Capt. Evelyn Smith. PITT IQIFLES CFFICERS Coed Captain ...... Evelyn Smith Captain Battery Co1n1nanrler . Richard C. Stein lst Lfleat., Battery Executive . Ralph VV. Abele lst Ltent., Battery Arljntant . Allen K. Briney 2nd Lient., lst Platoon Leader, Ralph C. Wilde 2nd Lteruit., 2nd Platoon Leader, George M. Chirigos Actives:-Alexander, W. Allen, W. R. Allen, Anderson, Arni- strong, Arthur, Baruch, Beymer, Briney, Brostoff, Brown, Brunk, Burr, Campbell, Chaney, Charnell, Clark, Cohen, Cook, D'Angelo, Daniels, R. P. Davis, R. V. Davis, Digby, Dillon, Doriot, Ellis, Fair, Falvo, Ferguson, Foley, Friedland, Gahagen, Goodman, Graysay, Guiliani, Hawdon, Hclbling, Hillegas, Hood, Hutchinson, lmbrogno, Jones, Katz, Kaye, Lamb, Lauth, f130fI Zncl Lient., 3rd Platoon Leader, Robert M. Burlord, -lr. lst Sergeant ..... Paul N. Kuzmich Sergeants: - Heinz, Middleton, Hamilton, Lacey, Martin, Ross, Rosa, and Fleck. Faculty Advisor, Lt. Howard C. Husband, C.A.C. Lazaroljf, Lewin, Liddell, Lindsay, Loker, Matera, Mavririac, Melanev, Mild, Minno, Neiderberger, Newman, Opperlhfrlrli, Over' Page, Palmer, Ratz, Reno, Richmond, Robinson, Rudoy, Ruling, E. Ryan, P. Ryan, Safranek, Saxon, Scrliaffel, Schorin Schug, Scotti, Sikov, Smith, Stark, Stein, Streever, Stringer, Sullivan, Swartz, Szuba, Toohill, Tracey, Vajdn, Van Dervort, W Vissat, Vitaro, Waltlicr, Welsh, Vllhittaker. de, Chairman jack Foley and Betty Ann Cre wait on the steps for the opening number at the Pitt Rifles' Dance, held in the Twentieth Century Club. Early eomers at the dance were Howard Walther and Bill Bardes. Anxious to dance, they waste no time in checking their dates' wraps. Xhibit their military skill, Ever willing to e the Rifles staged a November drill for thc spectators of the Pitt-Fordham gameg a few days later they represented the entire R. O. T. C. at the annual Armistice Day parade. ' - 'd'nff in the cere- Parents night found them ai 1 C, monies at the Cathedral. Not to be outdone socially, the Riflemen danced to the music of Owen Peiper at their annual Little Military Ball held at the 20th Century Club on December 12. Amid shiny brass and dashing blades on dark blue, the Coed-Captain and oflicers of the Rifles for the coming year Were announced. An exhibi- tion of fancy gun drill concluded this "com- plete military success . At the entrance, Sergeant Hardison distributes favors to the girls. George Cliirigos introduces Betty Jane Case to Doc Ferguson, who never misses a University dance. d meets with actives and dates at intermission Faculty Advisor, Lt. Husban , H BAND lv.s..e..Qfts-F" 'F H321 1 Over one hundred and twenty band members drill regularly to maintain their t' fthf tl d'tl121. M Atl1randCata1n ra ing as one o e mes van s in ie iasx r. r' u p Dougan deserve much of the credit for the band's hue showing. The autumn of 1941 brought to the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh a new streamlined march- ing band that ranks with the finest in the land. Vying with our football team for Saturday afternoon honors, the grenadier-clad marching unit, 120 strong, thrilled spectators with a show unique in style and precision. There were the "Anvil Chorus" for Purdue, the huge compass arrow for Duke, and the Piano Concerto for Penn Stategall tops in planning, that gave Pitt men broad recogni- tion. T he annual trip carried them to Michigan, the reward for all good horn players. To the seated student section the work of the band seemed effortless. But to Captain Dougan, drill master, and to Mr. Arthur, who conceived the original plans, and his expert staff of six arrangers, each afternoon presented individual problems. As the head man ex- pressed it, "Every note played on the field was arranged for that particular occasion." Not to be outdone, the concert band toured the East in the spring with New York City their final stop. A trip to Pennsylvania cities completed this phase of the year's work. Guy Wallace managed the band until called to the colors. Siegal took over from there. All in all, our boys in blue put on quite a musical show. Major Gall and Coed Helen Meyer WF 4 X za? I z f ,eg wg ? fr 'sy I Q P ff 'I-v . '44'Tfmf,f M 1, f - gli fp' . . si" f1'WEf'2'5 f 1 ' 1 -q 1 'v J Q y, -5 E "" . . "q,"L"f?'-,. A ..hi'f'f,.mx ,' ' .F-'fel 3,4 I 4 f?'7.'-"-"f if?A, il ,GN f if ,ji -kj W F eg xi' A xx? i K' 0 MIK 'M x L ,i mg Eg.. I " M. , 1 .il IA .11 . ..... N um , li rum lfffjli '-'QE W .,j,--,f,,1h,.f1 l i e nw, 1 ,K if lk: fl: ,lhiff-f,v wi fl .ravine Business Manager, D. J. Bailey, Peggy lXfIatheny, Betty Lee Weaver, MILITARY BALL , . fi ,wmsgitf 1? K A ig: H ,f.:- 'I i Ed Tait, Publicity Manager. Col. jim Dimel and his lovely coed, Charlotte Harris 'Climax their college careers at the Military Ball. C110-1iV77'Zfl7L .... . . james Dimel Bznsivziess Jllzznager' . . D. J. Bailey P'Il-bl'Z.C1.Ifj" M azmgw' . . . Ed Tait A brief rest outside the crowded ball room. jim Dimel leads Seabbard and B1ade's impressive tapp ceremonies. Military uniforms and long dresses make a romantic setti Standing: Tait, Brosky, Woodhouse, Bailey, Smull, W'estermann, Gall, Schaper, Oaks. Sitting: Biliary, H. Harris, C. Harris, Dimel, Butera, DeLeo, Sundstrom. MUSIC BY Ted Weems Bill Mundy Bunny Berigan Rusty Williams ihr' f iii C e it , 4 v - I, i if 5 sniff-.,.,f Jn. .Q M 5 F if-'fi At the Military Ball three thousand people danced to the music of four different bands in rooms that suggested the Army, the Navy, the Marines, and Pitt R. O. T. C: . . . At intermission they saw Coach Olson tapped along with eleven others to Scabbard and Blade. :'l'iT .j TOQQ , gi s fi-is, jfgl iii gli' "rr . 'rr 1 , 2 1 i -lit-pm. f-M 51 T E, Ji J . 1 yd f -V' i i e 'T C-1 'li T - J ' -Q e xxx-If .1i':1 Q l l ' And at the dance, Chairman Dimel and Co-chairman Harris made known their engagement. They saw the omcers pin insignias on their Coeds .... In keeping with the tone of the dance, defense stamps were given as favors. The girls kept their programs as momentoes. ijt 'jf' g ,,tjn7:fj,f5Q2.l'Q .l 35315 J .if ,ti if l QJ f135j Sees air raid instructions posted to insure the safety of all. l ,4- THE EXPLOSION Brought 1'cgi5t1':a.tion 0 ew dmftees to Foster lVlG1101'lEIl. Starts OI'gZl1'liZZ11LlO1l of first aid courses. ' ppm I , , H in - ff1nnledq'i...,'1 ff I 'XQUUUFIQ 1- . - Y. IMIJHIW if on Hel I r-ss into 1? gy r- lfg 'fm 4 ,ch M' , We , lm, 'Hive C,vdNq,'6 Sblllvh ll' V 0 ,I V. . . created the need for blackout precautions. . . . 'sk - , OF DECEMBER 8 Stressed the in ortzmccpf good and straxght zum! 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RYE? 1 'gg WEETWSW' 555' 1 , ' A! ,ig 13af1f'11111"11, WUT K gg, 3-1 ' 1 15 1 - X-. 11.JH'i 1f , 1 4 1 ' 1 1 -.1 :s'.i!1?e.1 ,.111QS11w:f'11'w J5'WF?5mvf?rx1"1 K' 1 1 M W, ffs11s'i'ff'5'i",1-651511E.-411125111 1 , 111,111 5 'Q www:s,1"f:fWgfff-f'f53:wgg1,!f1z'ggQ,,1 1 . 1,1 111 .31 N X , g ei, 1:1-L21we1a1:wv,g f ' ,A In all parts of the Atlantic and Pacino war zones some 1100 alumni and former students of the University are distinguishing themselves in the army, navy, and marine corps. Many of them are taking places for which they have been specially trained. The number of men in active service is too large to list individually. We can say, however, that each man is doing his part. On these pages are pictures of some former faculty members and students. Of all the Pitt men in military service of the United States three in particular stand as symbols of the spirit behind all of them. Lieutenant BOYD D. VVAGNER of Johns- town was cited by General Douglas MacArthur for shooting clown five Japanese planes and attack- ing and destroying 25 more on the ground. Wagner is the leader of the squadron which escorted the American bombers that sank three japanese troop ships. He was a student of aeronautical engineer- ing here at Pitt. Lt Ammon and Bill jones, R. C. A. F., enlist Dottie and Wilma for amoured duty. Lt. Binder sends us this picture from Maxwell Field, Alabama. ' .. V H i Q .fmrf Bob Graham greets Ensign Joe i sfficef PITT of the Naval Air Force-. Dick Jones, ex-spring festival chairm in active at Ceensoredl Lt. Sheris, former Owl editor, poi! on the map to his station rn New Y . rl J W r- vlgwb 9 4 V' "fan '- ' Ji SERVICE . Mel Port, from a sharp shooter on the sket ball floor to a crack shot in the Marines, recruited Pitt men. Van Swearingen is attending racial training school at Camp Croft, N. C Y My ra 1m il "IE-uf Along with 74 other army fliers Lieutenant EDWARD C. TEAT S has been nominated for the Distinguished Flying Cross. He was one of the Hiers who completed a secret mass flight of huge bombers from Honolulu to the Phillippines in September. Ensign CHARLES F. GIMBER is another Pitt hero. He was awarded the Navy cross for participating in the rescue of nine army fliers who were adrift on the Pacific for several days. Girnber was a graduate of the School of Business Adminis- tration in 1938 and a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. . E' . ' , - was if . - -. LW? We .- . Kal.: - 1. 2' , x Mr. Batchelder spends half his day as assistant registrar and the other half as an officer in civilian defense. O. D. K. brothers for the first time since graduation Coast Artillery is over of the Marines ORGANIZATIONS l L40 ,I Activities are the lingernail polish ol the hands ol the student body. This year, in spite ol an accelerated schedule, they are as bright as ever. Deit hands, grasping pens and pounding typevvriters, vvere constantly busy throughout the school year. Calculating hands ligured budgets lor dances and other activities. lnlc smeared hands made Qvvl, panther, and News ready lor publication. Trim hands shuilled papers at executive meetings. Cn the tvvellth lloor,Samo- var laucets vvere opened, and tea cups iilled by slender lingers. Second semester issued a nevv outlool4 vvith l4nit-a-mitt clubs and Delense stamp drive. And so activities are still the active part ol the student hand---the greatest diversion lrom texts and lectures--- not only lor those vvho go into them deeply, but lor those vvho vvear a light pinlc shade. ' Symbol of zzclu'cvemen.l and Ollfdftllllillllfl leademlzfp, Zlze fl'6ldL'fL-0110! S6l'1.l.0l' Spoon Ili' given on Tap Day Z0 fha QIlH'll'0l'J' li8J'6l'UL-llg of if. flfllj Top Row: Lesko, Schultz, Cusick, Wilde, Deutsch. Bailey, Kalish, Sapp, Icardi, Haldeman, Bunder, McArdle. Valli, Minno, Harris, Ruane, DeLeo, Tait, Bowen, Krcirner. STUDENT FACULTY ASSOCIATION President .... .... E DNVARD TAIT Vice President . . . . CHARLOTTE HARRIS Secretary ..... .... J ULIA DELEO Treasurer. . . . . . HILLARD IQREIMER S.F.A. had a triple-header aim this year- to put S.F.A. committees to better adminis- trative use, to plan, projects in which all students were included, and "to bring S.F.A. into its own"-that is, to have S.F.A. actually make decisions itself. Roy Ruane, president, later succeeded by Ed Tait, attributed the organizations rise in carrying out this huge assignment to the splendid Work of the various committees. Unusually successful this year were the several Pep Assemblies planned by Ed Tablac and his committee which aroused more school spirit than had been seen on the campus for some time. Working also in the 'football field' were co-chairmen john Hughes and H1421 Harriet Harris and the Demonstration Block Committee under the complete responsibility of the athletic department for the first time this season. The Statistics Committee, headed by Thomas Grogan, compiled accurate student survey data by conducting campus polls on the problems of locker shortage, smoking in the Red Tuck Shop, and dancing in Lilly Court. This committee not only Worked along With the Texas Campus Poll, but also opened its data to the various Pitt student publications. Interviewing applicants and recommending the most dependable candi- dates for the chairmanship of class dances Was the job of Al McArdle and the Appointments Committee. Bob Lesko and the Parking Committee studied the problems of providing parking facilities for Pitt driversg they also Worked With the Safety Committee in an at- tempt to eliminate school safety hazards. W Ed Tait Arrangements for the annual Tap Day ceremonies were made by the Scholar's Day Committee with Virginia Porter as chairman. Gus Wilde headed the Constitution Revision Committee, and Charles Cusick chairmanned the Social Committee which certilied the com- pliance With S.F.A. social rules of all campus organizations and sponsored Pitt's first Snow Carnival, as Well as Open House at Heinz House. The Book Drive Committee, with Ralph Hines as chairman, proved an especially active temporary committee. lts purpose was to collect books to furnish a library for the boys in camp. Also interested in the soldier boys Was the Letter Writing Committee co- chairmanned by Mary Bowen and Ed Tait. Looking over this long list of achievements proves convincingly that 1941-42 has been a most active and successful year for S.F.A. PLAYERS IN PCLITICS S F A COMMITTEE HEADS Wilde, Cusick, Sapp, Bowen, McArdle, Ruanc. 51431 Top Row: Kelly, Kleissas. Unable, Byer, Dietz, Corsctti, Truan, Oaks, Stormcr MHWS President ..,. Vice Presidenzf. . . Secvfetcwfy .... Treaswer . . A constant How of ideas for activities men to Work on comes from Men's Council, headed this year by Bill Stormer and M. Wendell Dietz. The most publicized and recognized activity was the Book Exchange which Was conducted at the beginning of each semester. Many University students obtained text- books at great savings and have highly praised 51441 COUNCW WILLIAM STORMER . . HAROLD OAKS . . . .JAMES RIAL . VVENDELL Dmrz this service of Men's Council. Hard Working Bill Rial was in charge of the Exchange this year and produced one of the most successful seasons ever enjoyed by this feature. The success of the Book Exchange is essential to the plans of Men's Council, for the proceeds are used to finance the Men's Student Loan Fund, another Men's Council sponsored service. Bill Stormer During the past year Men's Council as- sisted in the management of the Men's Tuck Shop, until it Was closed this spring, and converted into a Men's Lounge. Other events during the year were the Annual Tea Dance and an interesting Hobby Show. Engineer Frank Evans handled the annual Transfer Smoker, held to Welcome students from Johnstown and Erie Centers as Well as students from other schools. At present an athletic committee from Men's Council is making plans for student participation in University decisions on athletic policy. HONOR COURT AND BOOK EXCHANGE Kleissas greets incoming Freshmen 51451 1-11 . Top Row: Thompson, Erobouck., Firmen, Smull, Moore, Neundorf, Jamison, Wandrisco, Swank, Crawford. Ferguson, Spiegel, Nicholas, Gesregan, Perkins, Yardumian, Myer, Hetherington, Sample, Nardei. DeLeo, Keenan, Krisko, Brink, Kalish. WOMEN'S SELF GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Wo1nen's Self Government Association of the University of Pittsburgh represents a unique government organization among col- lege campuses of the country. It is composed of all Women enrolled in the undergraduate schools and is governed by a group selected during spring elections. To unite all the Women into an ideal friend- ship by having a Well organized democratic government is the aim of the Association. Its purpose is so all-inclusive and highly specialized that a great many standing com- mittees are needed. To guide the freshmen through their first difficult months the Social Committee gives Freshmen mixer dances, The Traditions Committee sponsors Lantern- Night, and the Style Committee teaches I:146j how coeds dress at Pitt. jean Brink, the president, inaugurated a series of style shows. These displays illustrated to the Women how to dress inexpensively but beautifully and how to select a Wardrobe that will be striking for four years. Elizabeth Foster, Chief Justice, and the Senior Court guide the elections on. campus for Women's organizations. The Traditions Com- mittee, With Betty Kalish as chairman, spon- sored lnterclass Sing Day, and the Scholastic Honors Committee, under the guidance of Helen Meyer, fostered student faculty confer- ences relative to graduate Work. These are but a few of the many projects undertaken by the Wovnetizys Self Governmem' Association. 6 Jean Brink ident .... ...... J EAN BRINK -President. . . . .BERNADETTE BLATT etary .... .... L 01s BLOTTER .rarer . . . . . EVELYN CLEMENTS SENIQR COURT Chief justice Libby Foster strikes her gavel on the table in the twelfth Hoor conference room at 3:30 every Tuesday, and the judicial branch of the W.S.G.A. meets again. Libby then asks Elinor Barbrow, scribe, to issue invitations to the Fireside Chats which they sponsored. At one of the early meetings Libby announced, "This year we are to act as hostesses at Dr. Bowman's Fireside Chats each Thursday. Tonight we will make plans to serve as clearing house for women's elec- tions in the spring. And we must not forget our annual dinner for Dr. Bowman in the Twentieth Century Club. VV e have a busy year ahead of us." At this meeting Martha Wfandrisco defined to the group the rules concerning freshman women-that the organ- ization merely interprets the rules to the freshmen but never inHicts punishment. Senior Court assists the women students and advises them. With the completion of the discussion the group adjourned to begin a full and successful year. SENIOR COURT Wancl1'isco, Blzltt, Barbrow, Foster, Brink, Cram ford, Nardci. f1471 COLLEGE ASSOCIATION Top Row: Isaacson, Lewis, Buente, Hughes, Cox, Davis, Blotter Lamb, H. Harris, Shcfflcr, Milton. President. . . . . ROBERT DAVIS Secretary . . . . .ALICE LENVIS Trezzisurer. . . I-IARRIET HARRIS Enthusiastic members of the College Asso- ciation met on the Sth floor under the super- vision of Dr. Crouch, faculty advisor, to plan for their coming social events. While Lois Blotter telephoned the Schenley Hotel to make reservation, and Bob Davis, President, contacted the orchestra, Alice Lewis and Harriet Harris debated whether or not the Sadie Hawkins theme was too worn to use for this dance. The Howdy Hop at the Webster Hall, a tea dance on March 4, and the dance on November 15 were only a few of the social events on the C. A. calendar. Because of the hotel strike, the Kick-Off dance scheduled for October 3 was postponed until November 15 and re-named the Kick- 51481 Back dance. This year the C. A.'s biggest task was the reorganization of its constitution. Deciding that the Association was too social and that the constitution did not definitely state the purpose and plans of the organiza- tion, the members broadened the program so that each student in the college will feel that he is a part of the association. One of the new features of the association was the ac- cumulation of all data concerning the army, navy, and marine. It listed commissions open to college graduates. This information was collected by the C. A. cabinet members and relayed to the students during special appoint- ments. DEMCNSTRATION BLGCK Brilliant blue and gold capes over the shoulders of some 600 student football fans make Saturdays' games at the stadium a colorful spectacle. Al Icardi, head cheer- leader, calls over the P. A. system, "Blue tacks turn gold to the field," and our student body forms a Blue Devil for Duke University. Harriet Harris, chairman of the Demonstra- tion Block, dashes from section to section clarifying directions and supervising displays. VVhether it Was spelling out Ohio for Ghio State or forming a bugle for Tech, the student body was on its toes cooperating with the cheerleaders, band, and directors. Before the football season was under Way, students had been urged to sign up with their fraternity or campus organization section on the ground Hoor of the Cathedral. But it Was on the field that they did their duty cheering our boys on to victory and showing the true Pitt spirit in every game-Win or lose. This year for the first time the Demonstra- tion Block Was under the direction of the Athletic Department. Proiiting by many changes and original ideas, this year's block was one of the best. Mr. Benjamin Grady, faculty advisor, Worked out clever yet simple displays which he submitted to the chairman and the cheerleaders. But it was the excellent turn-out of students that made the Demon- stration Block a success. Chairman ..... . . . HARRIET HARIQIS FieldDi1'ecto1' .... . . . ALDO ICARDI Faculty Advisor , . . . . BEN GRADY wp:- Top Row: bchaughency, Mash, Ellis, Sarbcr, McCandles, Feightner. Harris, Hines, Schutte, Komorosky, Murrell, Koelliker, DeLeo, Oaks. L149J lVIEN'S DEBATING ASSOCIATION Goldsmith, Abramson, Szocba, Boyce, McBride, Rosenberg, Weisel, Stark, Bluestone, Rose, Carr Foreman Vlfinograd Segel Balclridge, Carroll, Byer, Tablac, DeMarco, Clemmer, Sullivan, Dr. Lomas, Palkot, Seylcr. Director ........ . . . CHARLES W. LoMAs Freshman Director . . . ..... ROY H. UMBLE Manager ....... . . WILLIAM SEYLER Freshman Manager. . . . EDWARD TABLAC Secretary-Treasurer . . . . ROBERT SULLIVAN All is not Work With the gift of gab, as a glimpse of the sixteenth floor antics of lVIen's Debating Association will prove. Breezing in and out of Dr. Lomas' office, Wisecracking or serious, one finds a close friendship bred by sincere and honest discussion of World prob- lems, and reaching a peak during the annual debate banquet, held this year on April Qth. This year the opposition crumbled before three irresistible forces-Seyler, Baldrige, and Byer, who wrecked the hopes of many teams. Led by these three, lVIen's Debating Associa- tion chalked up many achievements. On their annual barnstorming trip they often ap- peared before audiences of 6,000 people-high I:150j spots on this year's record Were at Penn State, and Lexington, Kentucky. This Grand National Assembly at Kentucky called ive Pitt men on a 400 mile jaunt. Wlnle the sophomores engaged in a tourna- ment at Westminster, the upperclassmen con- tinued their ambitious schedule With numerous forums and discussions for Women's clubs. In December the varsity team handled a huge debate conference of high school debaters held at the Cathedral. Our debaters joined in round table discussion of current questions, fostering closer relations between the city schools. .S EVENING STUDENTS' ASSOCIATICN To the hundreds of clerks, school teachers, millworkers, stenographers, and first-year college students who enroll in the Evening Classes of the University of Pittsburgh, the Evening Students' Association serves as a center for University spirit and co-operation. This self-governing council, besides planning a busy social program, has charge of publishing the Pitt Evening News and tapping to the numerous evening honorary fraternities. Tnaugurating a year of friendship and ac- tivity, the E.S.A. held an Open House Party on October 25. There, amid smooth dancing in the Cathedral Gym and refreshments and group singing in the Tuck Shop, old acquaint- ances were renewed and new friendships begun. Functioning through Prexy Tom Schofield's plan of naming co-chairmen for each affair, the Association held a Thanksgiving frolic at the Diamond Roller Rink. Beneath the blue and white winter Carnival decorations of Co- chairmen Betty Jenny and Charley McAdams the evening students danced to the music of Dale Somrner's Band. The support the Even- ing Student's Association receives from the students evidences the popularity and esteem it has among them. President .... . . THo1v1As SCHOFIELD, JR. Vice-Presidem . . , . . GIIACE CHRISTIANSEN Secretary ..... ..... J AMES HERRON Treasurer . . . . . CHARLES MCADAMS Standing: Cotton, Herron, Gordon, Schofield, Shaffer. McAdams. Smith, Reed, Jenny, Christiansen, Hook. N511 WOMEN'S SPEECH ASSOCIATION Top Row: VVaida, Miss Haun, D. VVeiner, Hirsch, Olander, Chakrnak. Lowe, Sarantopoulos, P. VVciner, Wolf, Hornbeck, Lerner. Rutkin, Washington, Charie, Thomas, Blitz, Bounds, Zinamon President .... .... D OROTHY XVEINER VicePres'ide11.L. . . . . . IYIARY SARANTOPOULO5 Secretary ........ . . IVIARY ANN HORNBECK WSGA Represenmtizfe . .... Lois NEUNDORF "Something new has been added" to Women's Speech Association in the person of Miss Ruth I-Iaun who acts a.s faculty advisor to this organization. With her inspiring guidance and President Dorothy Weiner's capable leadership W.S.A. had an eventful year. The girls took part in the Inter- collegiate Debate and Discussion Group which is composed of delegates from the University of Pittsburgh, P. C. W., Tech, and Duquesne University. Members of this symposium dis- cussed pertinent current problems such as "What is the Role of the College Student in the National Defense Program?" Intercol- legiate debates have been scheduled with various colleges including Penn State, Wash- ington University, and Randolph Macon. 51521 The poetry group has sponsored programs with the VVomen's Choral and Modern Dance. Other members of W.S.A. presented discussion program questions before many of the Women's fraternities. They also formed discussion groups for the Pan-American question, which was selected as the topic for a nation-Wide collegiate contest. To carry out this varied program there have been dinners and meetings Tuesdays, at 12:30 with President Dorothy Weiner, Vice President Mary Sarantopoulos, Secretary Ann Hornbeck, and W.S.G.A. Rep- resentative Lois Neundorf. To their officers and to Miss Haun, their advisor, VVomen's Speech Association speaks, "May the Voice of the University Women continue in interest, enjoyment, and effectiveness." Y. W. C. A. The program of the Y.W.C.A. during the year 1941-42 fitted Well with the present War by emphasizing social service. Each com- mittee in the Y had the opportunity to benefit others in some fashion. The Knit-A-Mitt club, led by Jennie Fedak, knitted mittens for needy children. Eleanor Hallock's Person- ality Development Committee offered advice on grooming to Pitt Women through a series of clinics. With desire to spread Pitt goodwill abroad, the girls sold Christmas cards pictur- ing winter scenes of campus buildings. Through seminars, Worship services, and re- treats, Janet Lincoln and Dottie King gave Pitt students an opportunity for Worship and for discussion of religious topics. President ...... Vice-President. . . Secretary ..... Treasurer ...,... WSGA Representatii'e Eileen Boyd's Public Affairs Committee emphasized peace in its many forums and panel discussions. Lois Miller's membership committee planned dinners, janet Steeb's Freshman committee presented the inspiring Caritas ceremony. At all of these affairs Evelyn Clements, Chairman of the Social Committee, acted as a gracious hostess and helped create the friendly spirit for which the Y is noted. In all of its activities the Y.W. was led by Mrs. Batz, executive secretary, Virginia Porter, president, and the other officers. Through a spirit of service Within the group, Y.W.C.A. helped to foster Christian fellow- ship on Pitt campus. VIRGINIA PORTER . . . . Lois Howe . LOUISE CONOVER BERTHA DEI.CJI'ITRO XVILMA ANN SNVANK Top Row: Mrs. Batz, Pusateri. Fedak, Howe, Porter, Conover, Miller, Hallock, Delopitro. Rust, Miller, Lincoln, Swank, Steeb. If153fI Y. M. C. A. iii . Top Row: Foote, Black, Myers, Vatcs, Milo, Mason. Armstrong, Brunk, Rial, Reitz, Fleck, Johnston, King, Pifer, Sheppard, McFadden. Klob, Lee, Burland, Sarber, Holloman, Meister, Balmer, Hamrnaker. President ...... . . RUDOLPH HOLI.OMAN Vice-President . . . . . ANDREXV BRETHAUER Secretary ..... ...... j AMES RIAL "We have something to offer everyone on Herbert Pifer, advised and guided proceedings. the Pitt campus". With these words Rudy Holloman, genial president of the Young Mens' Christian Association, aptly summed Closer contact with Y. W. C. A., a task the boys entered into with spirit, resulted in as- sociation nights once a month, a night of up their year roimd goal. Before school was even under way in September, the Y. M. C. A. was busily engaged in planning Freshman Camp, now an estab- lished institution at Pitt. From social affairs to religious discussions, retreats to Pitt Town meetings, this largest activity on campus in- cludes a concentrated program to fit the student for all phases of life. Bill Hammaker, popular executive secretary, with the help of L154 1 speakers and general get-to-gether. And then, of course, the highlight of "Y" fellowship occurred at the National Assembly of Student Christian Associations at Oxford, Ohio. Twenty Blue and Gold members at- tended the convention from December 27 to January 3. Aggressive, friendly, evermoving Y. M. C. A. can look back upon the past year as one of high accomplishment. 5 X ,min v, -4 W H' e' -6, 7. 1 Y x.1,L, v W 1 I pw '2 ' -L ' W N V ' I ' . V 1 X 1-tw Y . V- Y ig ' . W ' D Y ' " .5 -DUE 'li -5 Rafi I . IIPQJV-11 In-n ' ' ' 1Qf:H 'Hi "1 ' A x , '--- --1-': + p .-- r , .-N: I1 ' - l an f" ,sf W , 1,22 ,A lx. QA, V.- , U it , fi WmE .gL,V-5 ' '. .- A yu ' mx Y is-N ,.,..a!-. I sz 1 Q - S. , - .- we ' ' . -- ' N f-iz - .f'F"t7"' -1 "E 1 ,.. wi K A l i'1li:E7'fFx':a' ' .1 ' "" , L ...x V . I A .B X -' , . n H: ,..-.wr l -4. -. - a . I- K f .ii I YJ 94 E V ' ' ' GQ? 'Eg 1 AL I!! i ii? M f , f Q-if l L ,bu X ' 5 Q J A gl' 1: fr! fi I . 3 1. W S YE' 5 X If ' JF' 5 V 1 f 1 r gl 5 J ID g- K 1 f 3:91 7' II I 5 4 xl ' 'Q 1... iptroller Kramer, Circulation Mzumgcr Mash, and are happy Three times a week Editor De Bcuedictus catches the first copy of with the rcsulis of thc successful sales camapigu. thc News as it rolls OH the press. John Brosky Ben Foote ........,., Betty Sapp ...,..,.. Ben Foote Stan Barish FEATURES STAFF Christine Grote Alice Lewis-Co-editors Dolores Ackcr Peggy Barrett Claire Cornwall Barbara Crouse Billie Swank Laverne Ginsberg Florence Hetherington Barbara Kohberger Beatrice Sliefller John Chaffo I THE OWL EDITOR ..... ....... J OHN BROSKY The Owl office was a pleasant place for the literati to spend their afternoons through the first semester. No one worried about deadlines-didn't we have a whole year to produce an All-American book? Plans were made, revised, and made again-but still re- mained in the blue print stage. Then the accelerated program was introduced, and the staff members swung into real action. In January and February the pressure was on, and no one failed. Through March it was the editor's turn and again it was an all-out effort. John Brosky insisted on both speed and quality without sacrifice of either one, and he got it. NIANAGING EDITOR .,.,,,.. ,.,.....,,,, S TAN BARISH .....Associate Editor M. Wendell Dietzma.. ........ASSOCiate Editor Richard Q. MEN'S ORGANIZATION STAFF Alexander S. Endy, Editor Arnold Bree, Assistant Editor Philip Brostoff Lee McFadden Robert Colton Edward Rose James Dunn Milton Rosenberg John Hammon Joseph Sehaeffel WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION STAFF Ruth Cox, Editor Harriet Harris Justine Johnstone Helen Lerry Mary Carol .Dittnian Grace Lyon Mabel Moore Mary Sarantopaulos Jane Bodecker Mary Bowen Arline Chakmak Irma Eger Evelyn Ferguson Melva Werlinich PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF William Lloyd Charles Martin Don Middleman Irving Sontag George Tracy Marcus Allias "Bernie Cohen Charles Fusco Stanley Goldsmith Larry La Spada STENOGRAPHIC STAFF Lois Blotter, Editor Dick Gfifflth . ' Richard Buney Elaine Bciersdorfer Yctta Slutsky Dorothy Murphy Evelyn Smith Alice Lewis Dan Mash Alex Endy Dick Kramer l - ...... ,......-,,, , Y M-- , , LAYOUT ST THE OWL BUSINESS MA N AGER-THOMAS VVESTERMANN But it Wasn't only Brosky and the editors who put this book in your hands-first of all Tom Westermann and his staff had to sell it to you. They were the ones Who told you that it would be a graphic story of your senior year at Pitt . . . that you would take it up in your hands many times in future years to recall these days. Then they had to go out and sell advertisements so that they could bring the book to you at a price low enough for all to get one. And now We give you the 1.942 Owl. COMPTROLLER.. .... ,. ADVERTISING STAFF Robert M. Sullivan, Manager Martin Faberman Harry Segel Daniel Hoffman Alma Fay Spann Therese Nash John Whiteniain CIRCULATION STAFF Dan Mash, Manager Robert Mild David Oppenheim Ralph Wilcle Ralph Fisher Robert Lichtenstul Don Lingenfelter ORGANIZATION STAFF Billie Ann Swank, Manager Betty Jamison Hal Mason Owl staff rushes to meet a Thomas VVestermann Hilliard Kreimer Bob Sullivan Hilliard Kreimer Ruth Cox line. Evelyn Smith, La- Lloyd, VVhitman, Rosen- MFNS SPORT-Q etta Slutsky. ' i .i John Chaffo, Editor ART STAFF Sheme Bazell Elaine Kahn August Travaioli, Editor P. Cerchiara Paul Palanzo - . Q- ,- Don Dulac Jerry Ripp Ray Barone R1Ci1Z11Cl:B1lllCy . ,J A A 1 - Mary Bowen Carmen Capone Mike Herman Alex Zclcnski Betty Sapp Lois Blotter M. Wendell Dietz Christine Grote August Travaioli jack DeBenodictis THE PITT NEWS EDITOR ........ ....... I ACK DeBENEDICTIS "Hey! jack, I'm hungry. When are we going to eat?" or "You got any copy paper?" are natural queries in the Pitt News oflice. Three days a week about one hundred students work feverishly to put out the widest-read publication on campus. Most recognizable of the improvements this year was the change from the two-sheet regular-size paper to the four-sheet tabloid-size paper. CAMPUS NEWS EDITORS ASSISTANTS TO THE EDITOR ASSISTANTS TO NEWS EDI Fred Lange William Ollis Irwin Rosen Georgia Shuset Al Mavrinac Betty McM'1han Paul Lohmeyer Charles Camarata Angelo Bruno Alice Lewis fisoj Alex Zelenski Bill Ollis REPORTERS Robert Landseadel Beatrice Leflqowitz George Chirigos Martin Lubovsky Frank Mastoraki Robert Page Abe Bluestone Hugh Chavern Robert Cook john Darichak Mary Dittman Williain Pankuch jackie Fike Charles Perlik Charles Fineman jim Plunket Melissa Gilmore Kay Rogers Charlotte Goldfarb Edward Rose Ed Grossman Reva Rosenberg Dick Hockswender Nate Sehorin Norman Klein Irvin Sontag Sidney Klein FEATURES Harriet Bauer Norma Jonson Viola Boydjieff Lois Rowbottom Miriam Hirsch Sylvia Sachs Jean Thoms Genevieve Howard Fred Lange Irwin Rosen Paul Lohmeycr SPORTS Alex Zelenski, Sports Editor Sheme Bazell, Assistant Sports Editor Bill Boyce Elaine Kahn Paul Cerchiara Paul Palanzo Vincent Quatrini jerry Ripp Earl Surloff Mike Herman john ChaHo Dave Digby Harriet Harris CONTRIBUTORS Lois Galbreath Margie Palley Tom Barr Horace Umberger Norman Marcus Edgar Beigel Herb Reingold COPY DESK julia Waida, Copy Desk Editor Florence Hetherington Dolly Acker Anne Hornbeck ART Raymond Barone August Travaioli Richard Kramer, Photographer THE PITT NEWS BUSINESS MANAGER .......v.. IULIAN SILVERMAN The business staff of the Pitt News is that part of the organization that supplies the money to put out the eighty odd issues that are published in a years time. Through the constant and insistant effort of Advertising Manager, Tablac the advertising staff scours the merchants of Oakland, downtown, and East Liberty for ads. Comptroller Hamilton keeps the finances straight, records the ad- vertising, bills the accounts, and directs collections. Circulation Manager, I-Iirsh directs the circulation of the paper to students, sub- scribers, and advertisers. COMPTROLLING STAFF - CIRCULATION Robert Hamilton, Comptroller Rosalind Hirsh, M anager Ruth Greenstein, Assistant Comptroller Phyllis Weiner, Assistant Ma-itagel' Evelyn Guslcy Harold Cohen Dorothy Seigal Peggy E. Martin Lyrene Lave Stanley Moravitz Aileen Kaufman Ernestine Holt David Oppenheim David Barkan Charles Camarata Julia Waida Georgia Shuset Bob Hamilton Rosalaud Hirsh Edward Tablac Bob Lanseaclcl and Jim Plunkett relay last minute news to writers: Paul Pfisclmer, Betty McMahan, Abe Bluestone, Ed Rose, Al Mavrinac, and jerry Ripp. SECRETARIAL STAFF Audrey Batcher ADVERTISING Edward Tablac, Adve1'tis-ing Ma1aager Norman Marcus Assistant Ad11e1't-isiug M anager erome Kleinerman Martin Rosenberg eonard Bortz Robert Markley osalyn Schwartz Robert Reeder erbert joseph Paul Corcoran ruce Floyd Leonard Kuntz Milton Rosenberg LAYOUT AND MAKE-UP rline Chakmak Ray Pierotti 51611 PANTHER EDITORIAL STAFF ASSOCIATE EDITORS James Glasgow Charles Brossman EDITORIAL ASSOCIATES William Bcnghauser Betty Ann Crede Norma Lcc Koelliker Torn Barr FASHION EDITOR Mildred Froboucl: , I-I Y THE PANTHER EDITOR ....... ........ D AVE NALEY We have in the IJKLTZZIZG7' a new magazine. The college humor magazine of the past has given Way this year to a modern individual- ized publication of Pitt life. Among the innovations that contributed to the advance- ment vvere colored motifs on section pages, accordian folds introducing the Outstanding Personalities section, and an inevitable rise in price. Not only did the students realize and appreciate the improvements in the Pcmzflzef' jack Stauff, Dave Naley, and some sixty other staff members published, but also the Associated Collegiate Press gave it special recognition for "its interesting coverage of campus events, lively pictorial layouts, and effective page designs." Bob Fischer Mildred Frobouck Norma Lee Koelliker Charles Bro L1623 EDITORIAL ASSISTAN TS Sidney Brenner Hugh Chavcrn Christina Kamaras Vllilliani Ncwstcttcr Jessie Schutte Murray Shapiro EDITORIAL BOARD David F. Nalcy Mildred Frolronclq James Glasgow Wlilliam Benghanscr Charles Brossman William Jamison Norma Lee Koellilcer THE PANTHER BUSINESS MANAGER-EDWARD TAIT The business staff under capable Ed Tait this year sold more ad space than any of their predecessors in spite of the loss of much na- tional advertising. Faced at the start with an imposing deficit, they ended the year using only black ink. Much credit is due to Al Brunvvasser, co-advertising manager Who managed the active salesmen. Rising costs hit hard, but close co-operation and plenty of Work account for the business staffs excellent record. lasgow Bettie Kalish Charles Cusick Charles Page ADVERTISING STAFF john Balmer Betty Haldenian james Donovan Irving Leiber Robert Foote Richard McGarvey Alvin Glass Harold Weissnizin ' Robert Graham janics Reilly I-Icrbert Venzer CONTRIBUTORS Mary Ruth Carlson Jack Foley Barbara Kohberger Thomas McIntosh Sylvia Schmidt Alma Fay Spann Harry Stark Margery Strickler James Willniore Edward Tait BUSINESS STAFF Allen BrunWasser.Advcrtising Manager Charles Cusick . . Advertising Manager Charles Page ......... Comptroller Marshall Nesbitt . Circulation Director Richard Q. Kramer, Assistant Comptroller Bettie Kalish ...... Mailing Manager Peggy Askin ............. Typist Betty Ann Crede Allan Brunwasser Marshall Nesbitt Bill Benghauser f163j Dressed in beautiful costumes, Vir- ginia Porter and Julia N ardei are shown in Caritas, a pageant presented by the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. 11641 The passport inspection scene from "Flight To The West", one of three Broadway hits staged by Pitt Players this season. In addition to acting, the Players offer experience and training in both the business and technical phases of show production. Talented students who love to sing may find an outlet in the Heinz Chapel Choir, WO1UC11'S Choral, and the Men's Glee Club. Here the Choir participates in the dedication of a Nationality Room. The brass section of the University Orchestra tunes up for an evening rehearsal. MUSI C AND DRAMATICS In the modern dance class, drama students develop grace and poise. 11651 HEINZ CHAPEL CHOIR YVOOdllOl1SC, Stuchell, Shifler, Crum, Carlson, Moskovitz, Armstrong, Schettler, Ice, Glass. Perkins, Olander, Steeb, Beal, Sontag, Fleck, Logan, King, Palmer, Carpenter. Stewart, Bibza, Smith, Van Zandt, Murelle, Delopitro, Sands, Becker, Whippo, Davis. King, Garland, Feldman, House, McAdams, Lloyd, McCulloch, Lyons, Swope, Agnew, Mr. Finney. Libmrian . . . .NIILTON Mosxovrrz The elite of Pitt's singing groups is the Heinz Chapel Choir under the direction of Theodore M. Finney, Professor of Music. The Choir's national reputation has necessi- tated high admittance qualifications for mem- bership into this select group which practices four times a Week. Further proof of the Choir's excellence is obtained in the itinerary of the group's annual New York trip with concerts at such places as Riverside Church 51661 in New York City. Hundreds of people in Pittsburgh have heard the Choir's music at the Weekly vesper services in Heinz Chapel on Sunday afternoons. Another special fea- ture of the Choir's Work this year included the musical expression of a pageant before Christ- mas vacation in the Commons Room. The beauty of the music blended with the soaring arches to create a true peace on earth. ORCHESTRA Manager ...... .... R ICHARD HARTZ Assistant Manager. . . . . WILLIAM SAALBACH Librarian ..... . . . CLYDE VVOLFE R. Lewis, Boydjieff, Hull, Miller, Shulnes, Hartz, Leonard, Voland, Chapman, Foote, I. Lewis, Becker, jones, Master, K. Becker, George, Hannon, Udouch, Feglcy, Saalbach, Wolf, Donaldson, Smith, Friedrich, King, Reilly, Rickmond, Bishop, M cClintock, lcc, and Von Vcrscn. UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Forty-ive musicians, forty-five stirring in- struments, under the direction of Mr. Robert Arthur, blend in harmony each time the University Symphony Orchestra plays. This year its members, Pitt music students, have the task of interpreting the lighter classical music. On Scholars Day seventeen members gave a fine performance of this type of music Practice makes Perfect so every Thursday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock the Cathedrals halls resound With light fantasies as the Orchestra gathers in 2317 to practice. Manager Dick Hartz plans to take the Orchestra to Glenshaw for a performance in the near future. The highlight of the season was the annual home concert on April 9th. At the Spring formal the members came out from behind their instruments to listen to a swing band. At this time, three year veterans received engraved gold keys for service and ability to revamp the classics. This year Librarian Clyde Wolfe gave valuable assistance in checking the music files. flfrl MEN'S GLEE CLUB I Back Row: Mervis, McFadden, Sayers, Ayers, Lamb, Burford, Spear, Hargrave, Ball, Miller, Schetler, Hudit. Shifler, Hura, Henry, Brenner, Carlson, Dunn, Barach, Sheppard, Herman, Newstter, Miller, Ellenbogen. Downs, Moskovitz, Oseroff, Miesell, McBurney, Mild, Carpenter. Barry, Greenberg, Armstrong, Steinkischner, Lauth, Stuchell, Mr. G. Finney, Fulton, Baker, Millhizer, Parker, Harvey. President ..... . JOHN D. STUCHELL Vice-President . . . ...... PAUL DOWNNS Secretary ...... . THOMAS M. BOLE, JR. Business Manager. . . . . JOHN F. FULTON Librarian ..... . MILITON MOSKOVITZ Holding their reputation as one of the finest male choruses in the country serves as a challenge to the members of the Men's Glee Club. The boys get a chance to prove their rhythmic ability at their annual singing tour which takes them through several states. In preparation the personnel of the club attend Weeks of Professor Theodore Finney's vigorous rehearsals. To "Pop" Finney goes the task of blending sixty strong voices into one beauti- 51631 ful, clear tone. After President john Stuchell and Business Manager John Fulton had com- pleted all the necessary planning for a success- ful trip, this years organization traveled to East Orange and Irvington, New Jersey, and l then on to New York City. Of course there is the yearly home concert for the Glee Club. This year's concert con- tained a recreated colored church service with negro spirituals as a feature. WOMEN'S CHORAL "RU in I 2 5 . . A gli , , -7 is Top Row: Phillips, Osterliolm, Alloway, Burton, Delopitro, Gotkiewicz, Bayliss, Pusateri. VVoolsl:Lyer, Eger, Kimmel, Coclclcy, Lightner, Couch, Burke, Miller, Naughton, Wilkeiis, Hall, Sands, McQuiggen Dieter, Weinrnann, Baldwin, Favors, Rabinovitz, Gesregan,Yochim, Mrs. Lissfelt. President .... .... C AROL SANDS Vice President. . . . ELEANOR PUSATERI Secretary ...... .... IN 'IARIAN BAYLESS Business Manager . . . NIARCELLA Goriimwicz Librarian ...... . ANNA LOUISE KIMMEL W. S. G. A. . . ELEANOR GESREGAN "I hear America singing" was the inaugurat- ing theme of the 'Womens Choral program for the year. Vlfearing their new formals with black taffeta skirts and White silk blouses, the group made its debut at Beau Arts. The Choralers had fun not only at practice which was held twice a Week at the Stephen Foster Memorial but also at Choral dinners planned by June Cockley, social chairman. Gala affairs at churches and schools were brightened when the singers sang "O Susanna" or "Coming through the Rye". Under the direction of Mrs. Mildred Liss- felt and with Carol Sands as president, the home concerts this year were one of the most inspiring for music lovers. These concerts especially fostered the appreciation of fine music among the Women of the University. I:169I 1, PITT PLAYERS' ACTING GROUP l l I Top Row: Reid, Perr, Luck, Anderson, Klose, Morris, Mr. Whiteliill. Gillium, Myers, Moskovitz, Bailey, Sullivan, Fitzpatrick, Bandman, Vifashirigton, Rickamn, VVilson. Kost, Endy, Dunn, Feldman, Barkley, Stephenson, Bard, Krenn, McGinnis, Alloway. Chakmak, Zimmerman, Hirsch, Arehart, Zinamon, Lewis, Greenstein, Knmaras, Garland, Rust, Rosenberg, Miller, Shcffler. President """ ' WILLIAM O. WILSON Business Jllanager. . . . Vice-President . . . ..... ALICE LEVVIS Secretary .... ......... S UE BARD Ojice Secretary . . ..... EILEEN lX'lCGINNIS Director ..... . . BUELL B. WIIITEHILL, JR. Curtain going up! Places everyone! Three times this year our drama hopefuls heeded the call of the footlights in celebrating the silver anniversary of Pitt Players. If novelty is a measure of accomplishment and entertain- ment, director Whitehill's selection of -plays proved quite successful. Things began buzzing early in the season with Yellow Jacket, a Chinese fantasyg shifted into high gear with Flight to the Weslg and rang down the finale with The Wbmen. As usual, tryouts were thrown open to the entire school and the final casts provided a more than a rare sampling of Pitt talent. 51701 Behind the scenes of the finished play went months of planning and reshaping. This task belonged to the technical section of Pitt Players while the business department high- pressured tickets and publicized the shows. Between productions, activities such as the Christmas pageant and the program with the Heinz Chapel Choir gave additional ex- perience. The girls also did their part for the boys in camp by presenting The W017'Z67'Zf at Indiantown Gap. The annual banquet, awarding of keys and Oscars, and farewell handshakes darkened the Players' playhouse for the season. C in, Barbour, Bard, Anderson, DeMarco. T H E AT R 0 N President ...... . . . NTILDRED ANDERSON Vice-President . . . ..... JIMMY DUNN Secretary ..... . . . . . ALVIN GLASS Treasurer ............. . . JANE LINTELMAN Theatron, honorary dramatics fraternity at Pitt, is devoted to the development of better drama on the campus. Formerly members of Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatic fraternity, the organization became a local club three years ago and since then has made much progress in supplementing the activities of Pitt Players. To be eligible for membership to Theatron, men and women must be active in Pitt Players for three semesters. PITT PLAYERS TECHNICAL Technical Director ....... FRANK HTEDH MASON Technical Manager . . . . NIICHAEL DE NIARCO Electrician . ............ EDXVARD DUCKETT The Pitt Players Technical Crew really took off this year. The take-off was made in the trans-Atlantic liner built for Flight to the West. And the landing-well the crew didn't seem to be able to get their feet on the ground until the season was over. An ascension to heaven in a Blue-VVillow teapot, a huge sugar bowl, and a picturesque creamer, all built from Ted Masons original designs for the Yellow Jacket, were the tech- nical triumphs of the year. Glass, Wilson, Bard, DeMarcog Lewis, Anderson, Krenn Donn TI-IE YELLOW JACKET The Pitt Players opened their 1941-42 season with the delightful Chinese fantasy, The Yellow Jacket, by Hazelton and Benrimo. In line with the Players' policy of producing at least one experimental drama each year, Mr. Whiteliill chose this allegorical satire of the Oriental theatre convention. Over make- believe mountains, across imaginary rivers, through mythical snow storms, Woo Hoo Git Uohn Reidj made his way in search of his "Chee Mo ascends to Heaven." The cast of THE YELLOVV JACKET appear on the stage before :L unique Chinese settingi lost heritage. Fantastic spiders did not daunt him, nor Were the temptations of beautiful Women in "the flowery paths of pleasant Ways" enough to turn him from his quest. The play Was comparable to an Oriental Oz-uf Town-Alexander Endy played the im- portant role of Chorus, the stage manager and commentator portrayed in the professional theatre by Alexander Woolcottg and Paul Schaugency was the comic, silent property man, played by Harpo Marx in the summer stock. The play was more than amusingly novel, and the Players presented it admirably. "The flowery paths of pleasant ways." i. 5 Q. 1 ga F ii! Q International Finesse: a bridge game with Stephenson, Milton, Gierey, Jeanine Stephenson comes abroad the Clipper Fitzpatrick, and Betty Luck. FLIGHT TO THE WEST Witli a roar of its powerful motors the trans- Atlantic airliner took off on its Hight from Lisbon to Long Island carrying a load of refugees, newspaper people, diplomats, and foreign agents. Flfiglzt to the Dlfcst was inter- esting in that all the action of the play took place on board the plane. Elmer Rice's anti- Nazi propaganda thriller is a difficult assign- ment for any amateur group, but the Players turned in a Well-rounded, near-professional performance. Betty Luck and Larry Morris were cast as the just-married couple escaping from persecution in Nazi Germany. Alexander Endy with a convincing German accent gave a ine performance in the role of Dr. Walthe1', a symbol of the ruthless Nazi ideology. Gpposing him in many arguments of prin- ciples was Hiram Milton as Mr. Ingraham, an author mirroring our democratic ideals. The Whole conflict of beliefs is summed up in Mr. Ingraham's final speech, ". . . it is the struggle of irrational sanity against rational madness . . and in the end irrational sanity Will Win". Pitt Players third production, The W0111en, a three-act comedy Written by Clare Booth, brought to a close the 1941-42 season. Aside from the novelty of its involving a large cast of Women Cino male characters at alll, it Was an entertaining panorama of our modern metropolitan World from the feminine View- point. 'L The cast of FLIGHT TO THE WEST on a Clipper bound for borne. f 173 J 51741 WHEN THE LIGHTS ARE LQW IN THE COMMONS RQCDM In the shadows of the lireplaee, a buy waits for his girl whose footsteps break the heavy silence. "In elmrzreter and thought they shall find beauty, ad- venture, and moments of high victory." JY Lofty arches of the Commons Room lend an impressive atmosphere to the Coronation of the Senior Queen. l175:I I l1761 MORTAR BOARD Top Row: Wanclrisccp, Wciiier, Barbrow, Zarman, Patterson. Sundstrum, Acker, H. Harris, Brink, C. Harris, Blatt. Nardei, Buente, Foster, Howe, Crawford, Weber, Sapp, Sands. President ...... ,..vn,., ,,,.,nn, N A NCY CRAWFORD V'ice-President A..,.,,, 7n,,n,,, D OTTY WEBER Secretary .,..4......... ....A,.., B ETTY SAPP Treasurer n,.nnw,nn,, -,,,.,,,,,,,,,, L 015 Hown Historian ...,..v,..........,,nV,n,.n,n,n.,..,n.n.nA.4,A VIRGINIA PORTER Lois Howe, Virginia Porter, Nancy Crawford, Betty Sapp, Dotty Weber. Three knocks were followed by "The meet- ing will please come to order". And President Nancy Crawford faced twenty girls who were- tapped to Mortar Board because of their activities and services to Pitt. Tonight, as they settled around the fireplace in Heinzl House, they discussed plans for future service. "The secretary will read the minutes." Then Betty Sapp read her notes of suggestions for a Cwen-Mortar Board service and proposals for a party with O.D.K. in the spring. She also read a letter from Mrs. William Slcirble, sectional director, which recalled her recent visit. "Next month for our dinner meeting," said Nancy, "I'd like to have Julia Nardei, Mary Zarman, and Lois Howe serve on the committee. Tonight Weill complete plans for tea service in the Commons Room and for our next meeting." So, on into the night they planned for the future, a future that was bright and interesting for the wearers of the gold and black pins. I OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 'Q fi --iw- Back: McCardle, Kreimer, Elliott, Umble, Quick, Kern, Short, Biddle, Machesncy, Crouch, Arthur, Brady, jones, lX'lcQuaide, Ellis. Brosky, Barr, Wfalker, Farmer, Graham, Obernaeur, Appel, Bowser, Martinco, Ryden. Rogalinier, McElwain, Oaks, Buentc, Bclfour, Tait, Olsen, Herald, Shocklcy, Starrett, Koeherlcin. William Mosley Brown Cin circlcj initiated Gamma Circle chapter 25 years ago. President .... . . EIJXVARD 'IDAIT Vice President .... ....... 5 IAMES J. Dm-1131, .Secremry-Treasurer . . . . liND1co'rT A. BATCHELDIER This has been a big year for the big men, the men of O. D. K. 1941 marked the twenty- iifth year that Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary activities society for men, has tapped outstanding Pitt worthies. On another cold day early in December O. D. K., 110 strong, combined its initiation and anniversary into a formal banquet for members. Men famed in various circles, in- cluding chapter founder William Brown, OHS wld day late in NOVGITHDCT, the 100211 spoke, greeted, and cemented friendship Gamma chapter met in secret, considered and bonds. reconsidered, and then, with ancient cere- mony, let it be known who had achieved. The huge O. D. K. key carried the message the five undergraduates, james Elliott, Hilliard Kreimer, Al lVlcArdle, Hiram Milton, and Harold Oaks, three associate tappeesg and five other outstanding men connected with university life had attained the goal. Edward Tait presided at the bi-weekly luncheon meetings while the new members divulged little-known anecdotes about their numerous activities with last spring's initiatesg -lack Brady, John Brosky and Jim Dimel. f17'7j CWENS Lily L Top Row: Swanson, McMahan, Lois, Miller, Burton, Swope, Fedak, Beiersdorfer, Bodecker, Rosenbloom, Bielau, Rabinovitz, Charic. McMahan, Whippo, Wyncoop, Segelhorst, Duncan, Wolff, Murphy, Ferguson, Stewart, Hardy. President .... ....... O LGA Lois Vice President . . . . ELAINE BEIERSDORFER Secretary .... . . . CAROLYN lVlILLER Treasurer . . . . ALISON STEWART "Do I have your address and 'phone number?" Ruth Rosenbloom called out to everyone at registration. This information was needed for the student directory published by Cwens, national honorary activities frat- ernity for sophomore "two-pointers." The girls began their year With a ceremonious dinner by candlelight at Heinz House. Their monthly meetings were presided over by Olga Lois While the secretary, Carolyn Miller fifzsjl called the roll and read the minutes. At Christmas time the Cvvens made the patients at a children's hospital happy with colorful scrap books. Cvvens served at High Tea and Were hostesses to the Carnegie Tech Cwens at a Commons Room Tea. The last cere- mony Was the initiation banquet when Cwens relinquished their crown and sceptre to the queens of the next sophomore class. DRUIDS Top Row: Icardi, Wilsoni, Liddell, Leiber, Minno, Brossman, McFadden. 'Wilde, Bortz, Sheppard, Wolk, Atkinson, Chirigos, Dr. Ferguson. President ..... Vice-President . . . Treasurer ........ Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary Social Chairman .... Faculty Advisor .... President Ralph Wilde's voice rings out loud and clear, "Druids taps to member- ship ..... " the banquet hall of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial is packed with freshmen and anxious sophomore candidates. Tonight there is not only the annual Druid smoker, but the fall tapping ceremony as Well. The freshmen are Well acquainted with campus activities by the end of the evening. But not all of the evening has been spent seriously. Dan Mash's humorous skit, and the Druid- cooked dogs help to round out the evening. . . . RALPH VVILDE . . . . GEORGE CHIRIGOS LEE MCFADDEN, JR. . . .... JAMES ATKINSON . . JOHN SHEPPARD . HOWARD WILSON JOHN M. FERGUSON Druids has continued to be the most active of Pitt's honorary sophomore fraternities. Remember the Druid Tea Dance? You should-the largest crowd that ever attended a Pitt afternoon dance was there, a four bell success for Jim Plunkett. Druids have often appeared on campus in other activities, too, and under the leadership of John M. Ferguson, no let-down is in sight. f179J BETA GAMMA SIGMA Kneeling: Bachrach, Franlcle, jubelier. Broida, Brourman, Nicoll, Shannon, Finnin, Krall, Dr. Schlesinger, Dr. Ayars, Dr. Lanfear, Mr. Roesscll. Stein, Scanga, Groggan, Dr. Blackburn, Mr. Vlfillcts, Mr. Van Sickle. Baldrigc, Mochcl, Ungar, Sullivan. President ........ PRO lfIsssoR NIONTITORT JONES S6C76lCL7jP-TVGILSZLTBV ...... FRANK N. VVILLETTS The annual spring initiation banquet of Beta Gamma Sigma got under way at the Hotel Schenley as each of its new initiates gave a live-minute speech on some important business topic to the actives and the alumni seated around the dinner table. As soon as the last talk was given, the initiates were treated to a fine dinner and then settled down for an evening of fun and laughter. Beta Gamma Sigma is to the Business Administration student what Pi Tau Phi is Lrsol to the College scholar, and each year ap- proximately ten per cent of the senior class is elected to membership. Also approxim- ately two per cent of the junior class is tapped every year, but Beta Gamma Sigma never goes below a 2.2 scholastic average in select- ing its members. T he Pennsylvania Beta chapter located at the University of Pittsburgh is proud to have as its President, Montfort Jones, and Frank Willetts as Secretary-Treasurer. CAP AND GOWN UNDERGRADUATE CLUB Edelman, lVilson, Lamb, Fuchs, Kreimer, Cusick, Palmer. Hollomzm, Sarber. President ...... . . CHARLES SARBER Vice-President .... . . SIGMUND EDELMAN Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . HOXVARD HANNA Faculty Adiffism' . . . . . T. VV. BIDDLE This year was, without a doubt, one of the most difficult in the 34-year old history of the Cap and Gown Club. Theirs was the task of maintaining the Cap and Gown spirit at a time when there was no show. Because of the accelerated program, the uncertain status of men students, and Iinancial problems, it was deemed advisable to suspend the annual Cap and Gown all-male production-probably for the duration. Toward this end, Chuck Sarber did his best to sustain the C. 85. G. spirit while presiding at the frequent luncheon meetings, but the best Cap and Gown morale building was the big smoker held for all men who were a part of the production last year. Tapping of new members this year is un- certain-requirements may have to be lowered because of the lack of material, but C. Sc. G. spirit will always be a part of some Pitt men. fl81j CHI RHO NU Back Row: Ziel, Gray, Benz, Geller, Schorin, Osterritter, Hand Black, Fair, Garver, Kleinerman, Liddell. President .... . . . CHARLES LIDDELL Vice President. . . . . . KENNETH GARVER Secretary .... ...... L EoN KATZ Treasurer . . . . . GEORGE GRAY "How do you do? My name is Chuck Liddell". After this friendly introduction Chuck, Chi Rho N u's amiable president, shows you into the eighth Hoor Tuck Shop for Chi Rho Nu's annual stag smoker. Once inside, the members quickly put you at ease. You meet Ed Fisher and Kenny Garver who are high quality-point men. Dr. Gray begins an illuminating and inspirational talk, and a new desire arises. You want to become a Liszj member of Chi Rho Nu, Pitt's honorary pre- medical fraternity. You, too, want to watch operations at the Montefiore Hospital just as the active members do. You can and will earn the 2.2 average necessary for eligibility. Now, under its able leadership, Chi Rho Nu is making new progress in strengthening its ideals of friendship and scholarship among pre-medical students and the promotion of the goal of better men in medicine. ORDER OF THE ARTUS Back Row: Shahade, Edwards, McGahey, Hamilton, Straus, Smultz, Dauch, Krall. Dr. Ferguson, Biron, Kreimer, Beigel, Bachrach, Grogen, Shirey, Baldriclgc, Norbut, Ungar, Sullivan. President ..... . . . ARTHUR SHIREY Vice-President .... . . . EDWIN H. BALDRIGE Secretary-Treasurer. THOMAS A, GROGAN Order of Artus, the only national honorary economics fraternity in the U. S., was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in May, 1937. One of the newer honoraries on campus, its purpose is to enable its members to secure a better understanding of the fundamental concepts of economics and to establish a more just regulation of economic intercourse through the education of the populace. Periodic meetings are held at which some current problem is explained by one who has closely studied the subject, and this explana- tion is followed by an informal discussion among the membership. This year there have been presented at several meetings the phases of the Canadian price control law, effects of the fall coal strike, U. S. and its foreign trade policy, and the recent price fixing bill. In order to stimulate thought on various prob- lems, beginning with this year, an annual award will be given to the student submitting an essay adjudged by a faculty committee as the outstanding Work presented. 51833 PHI ETA SIGMA Front Row: Mastoraki, Wissolik, Truan, Kleisses, Sharlock, Wolosyn Rudoy Sciullo, Willcinson, Gray, Knapp, Goodman. H. Smith, F. Smith, Lidell. President .... ..... W IO!-IN IQLEISSES Vice-President. . . ...... THOMAS TRUAN Secretary-Treasurer . . . RAYMOND A. VVISSOLK Ilistormn .... . . ROBERT O. SHERLOCK The Freshman Honor Assembly brought Phi Eta Sigma to the fore as freshman men Watched the presentation of the annual plaque award to John Fitzpatrick for earning the highest scholastic average in his class during his freshman year. Within a few Weeks of the assembly, freshmen again encountered this honorary scholastic fraternity at its annual fall smoker at which time potential tappees, as indicated by their intra-semester reports, were acquainted with the activities of Phi Eta Sigma and had an opportunity to converse with the members. At the spring tapping, which took place on Scholars Day, approximately 592, of the freshman class was tapped. I:l84j Outstanding among its many activities is its tutorial service which offers free instruc- tion in chemistry, math, english, and many other subjects to all men and women of the freshman class. These subjects are taught by the members of the sophomore class Who excelled in the courses during their fresh- man year. Phi Eta 'Sigma has as its purpose the de- velopment of scholarship and high ideals in its members. Qualifications for membership are the attainment of a 2.5 quality point average during the freshman year, normal personality, and character. Pl TAU PHI Dr. Stinchcomb, NVilliams, Bcllc. Bcncsi, Markovetz, Bcrkstrcsscn, Lnclccy. Abercrombie, Dieter, Cohn. President ...... . . ERNEST M. CO1-IN Vice-President. . . . . VIRGINIA PORTER Secretary ..... . . . HELEN NIEYER Treasurer . . . . JACK BELLE Goal for all men and women of the college who have averaged 2.5 for at least live semesters, Pi Tau Phi honors scholastic work and helps to further acquaintances among outstanding students. To give prospective members a chance to view "life among the learned," the Pi Taus' held a Hallowe'en party in the eighth floor Tuck Shop. Though it was rumored that the members might suddenly ramble into a phi- losophic discussion of Grecian Epicurianism, or lightly discuss economic conditions affect- ing Pithecanthropus erectus both guests and actives had a good time. The following month six new members were tapped into the select circle, bringing the membership up to twenty-five. At another monthly meeting an agent from the Federal Bureau of Investi- gation gave an interesting talk on the work of the department. The traditional Pi Tau open meetings had to be cancelled this year due to emergency scholastic conditions. In the field of extra-curricular activities, the boys and girls of Pi Tau also play a leading part: Helen Meyer and Virginia Porter are active in women's organizations and Ernest Cohn, jack Belle and Hershel Markowitz support four honorary keys. However, all the Pi Tau Phi's might well be considered B. M. O. C.'s in a special sense-they repre- sent the Big Minds of the College. li185j SIGMA KAPPA PHI Top Row: Ciumo, Bachrach, Scliuttc, Zandt, Smrkolj, Lutsch. ' Howe, Kennoy, Rowland, Levy, Biggard, Marsiglio, Miller, McCready, Pusateri President' ...... . . .DOROTI-IY VAN ZANDT Vice-President ...... ..... K AY KAVOURAS Recording Secretary .... . . . LOUISE ROWLAND Corresponding Secretary .... . WILLIAM WILKINS Sponsor ........... DR. WHITFORD SHELTON Sigma Kappa Phi, honorary foreign languages fraternity recognizes and taps to membership students doing Outstanding work in the foreign language field. It is the purpose of Sigma Kappa Phi to endeavor through its meetings, to cultivate interest in the literature, language, and customs of foreign countriesg to encourage high scholarship and to promote fellowship among its members. 51861 Dinner meetings are held monthly. This year the twentieth anniversary of the fra- ternity was celebrated on December ll with a banquet at the Royal York Apartments. At the yearly open house each language group presented a short program in its language. This was followed by a social hour with dancing and refreshments. XYLON Back Row: Valli, Hetherington, Thoms, and Shusett. Harris, Lewis, Waida, and Grote. President ...... . . . JULIA VVAIDA Vice-President .... .... F REDA VALLI Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . CHRISTINE GROTE Xylon, honorary journalism society for undergraduate women, pointed with pride this year to the fact that six of its members held active, responsible positions on the various campus publications. Xylon was represented on the Pitt News by its president, julia Waida who was copy editor, Georgia Shuset, an assistant to the editor, and Jean Thoms, features editor. Norma Lee Koel- liker was features editor of the Panther while Christine Grote and Alice Lewis shared the role of features editor on the Owl. This year Xylon initiated something new in the way of tapping members. In addition to the annual spring tapping they introduced a mid-year procedure. This was done by printing the name of each tappee in consecu- tive issues of the Pitt News. The tappees included Wilma Dobie, Miriam Horowitz, Zelda Fuss, and Alara Russell. Marie Mc- Swiggan, assistant to Robert X. Graham, head of the University News Service, and author of a new children's book, "The Snow Treasure," just published by Dutton, was made an honorary member at mid-year. Mrs. Agnes Lynch Starrett, editor of Pitt magazine and instructor in English, an honorary mem- ber of the organization, was presented with an engraved silver vase for her outstanding work in publishing. On Tap Day initiates of Xylon were pinned with the traditional ivy leaves and green and gold ribbon. f187J QUAX Top Row: Bard, Arehart, Vowarx, Smrkolij, Gotkiewicz. West, Stratliczlrn, Greenburg, Musser. Fisher, Dieter, Pzlulick, Schultz, Hattmrm, Lewis, Keenan, Dr. Higbee, Wrmdrisco, Welsli, Blotter, Caliguiri. Presfirlfent .... lfice-President. . Secretary . . . Treaszwer .... Faculty-Azlvfisor . . Seven girls majoring in biology began to hold luncheon meetings in old Biology Hall and thus was born Quax, Honorary Science Fraternity for Women. In direct contrast to the old formal meetings of the past are today's ultra modern, "up-to-the-minute" meetings held in the beautiful surroundings of one of the nationality rooms. After the routine business has been completed, the real meeting, a pleasant and informal meeting, begins. Authorities of various fields come in 51881 . . JEAN LEXVIS . . . JANE MILLER . 'FI-IELMA VONARX NIELVA VVERLINICH DR. EDNA HIGBEE to lecture and answer questions on current happenings in the sciences. The aim of this group is to create an interest among science majors toward further research in their respective fields. At present Quax has twenty-two active members and one honorary. It includes majors in the fields of psychology, mathem- atics, biology, chemestry, geology, physics, and engineering and brings to the campus, in group meetings, Women in science. JOHN MARSHALL Order -Order! There's bedlam in the courtroom, for John Marshall Club has just been found guilty of being a Hrst class organ- ization for the conversion of pre-laws into law students. The club, named after the famous Chief Justice John Marshall, is made up of men and women with a 2. average who Want to learn more about their chosen pro- fession and Who display better than average aptitude in Political Science or Economics. The outstanding speaker of the past year was Mr. Rose, a Federal G-man, who gave the pre-laws a pep talk on the merits of a P765'id67il ..... Federal sleuth. Mrs. Marie G. Lindsay, the registrar of the Law School, spoke at one of the meetings on the requirements for applica- tion to Lavf School. Dean Gilmore, speaking at a meeting, stressed the importance of the John Marshall Club in helping pre-law students prepare for Law School. Tapping of new members at the annual spring banquet, and a farewell to graduating seniors ended the year's activities of the club and it's rumored that there will be no more trials of john Marshall Club, for it has certainly proved its worth to pre-legal students. W1 LL1AM SEYLER Vice-President . . . HILLIARD IQREIMER Secretary-Treasurer. , . HARRY H. LANGER Standing: Brosky, Gondelman, Simon, Dunn, Zangcr, Beigel. Holyak, Seyler, Weiner. If189fI For the first tim e in the history of the University, commencement was held on the lawn between the Cathedral and Heinz Chapel. if .l l H tml H903 Iext to study, research and experimen- tation is of J " ' ProfcssionzL1 Qturlc L . , ns spend hours gatlicring factual information to supplemeni L1 7 ' ion' Loursc of study. I lime import ance in professional schools. I 1 V . I I191J H1921 DENTAL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Sitting: johnson, Dr. Goldstein, Peters, Dr. Swanson, Ressler. Standing: Stolper, Ackerman, Pack, Deutsch. PSI OMEGA President . . . .,......... ROBERT PETERS Secretary. . . ......... . . . NEI,SON PARKS ALPHA OMEGA HERBERT B. RESSLER PAU1. ISTLANG DELTA SIGNIA DELTA ROBERT JOHNSON HAROLD ACKERMAN just as the Dental Student Council helps to coordinate the activities of the students, the Dental LF. Council works to create a better understanding within the school, and among the dental fraternity men. This group is composed of two oflicers from each of the dental fraternities, meeting monthly in each of the houses in turn. Bob Peters succeeded Herbert Ressler who was president during the Hrst semester. Beside pulling the strings which make frat socials move, the Council is the administrative authority for the Dean Friessell Cup. This cup which will remain permanently with the fraternity which wins it three years in succession, is given for competitive achievement in basketball, ping pong, bridge, swimming, and bowling. It is a cherished prize indeed, which has caused the "dents" to exhibit their varied talents. PSI The dental boys from North Bellefield Street take a place second to none when it comes to entertaining. This group of "dash- ing dents" inducted its pledges into the fraternity in October with a dinner held at the University Club. The presence of John E. Gurley, one of the supreme officers, added much to the affair. Psi Omega's Winter Formal at the Roosevelt has left the fraters and their guests still talking. A Christmas Party at the chapter house for actives and the faculty closed the super Psi social semester. The annual Spring Formal in May at the Country Club promises to rate "outstanding". OMEGA As last year's Dean Friessell cup winners, the Psi O's have their eyes on repeat victories and permanent possession of the trophy. With N. A. Park on the basketball team and Ben Tack on the bowling squad the boys will tell you, 'tWe just can't miss". But to show their complete versatility the members proudly point to Bill Lytle, president of Senior class, and Ed Catalano who is student editor of Dental Rays, as well as to the fact that their fraters usually claim the highest number of keys given out to the upper 1201, of the dental graduating class. Grand Master ...... . IQOISERT C. Pnrlzlzs Junior Grand Master . . . . . NELSON A. PARK Secretary ........ . . . BEN P. TACK Treasurer . . . . JAMES H. NTAY Sitting. Pailx, Grand Masterg Petcrsg Mayq Davis, House lX-Ianager, Tack. Standing: Bandi, McCand1css, Burkett, Gilmore, Skinner, Leibold, Guic, Dimmick, Moore, YVilliams, Pfeflcr, Pankratz, Catalano, Terrana, VVallace, Gurczenslci, Howard, Davis, McFarland, Ride. Absent from Picture: Rogers, Bendix, Mariano, Lytle, Karageorgc, Chatam, Sulkowski, Callery, Fowler, Thomas, Watkiss, Evey, Knotts. f193j ALPHA OMEGA Sitting: Yellin, Klang, Ressler, Gruder, Stolper. Slavkin, Rossner, Balsam, Stangel, Rubovitz, Abelson, Laks. Raden, Zimet, Plust, Nemerowsky, Feldman, Hittner, Silverblatt. Vidair, Deutsch, Spielrnan, Goldstein, Rosenberg, Grossbard, Suckno. Rabinowitz, Blitzcr, Kantor, Fink, Goldberg. Goldblum, Grossfcld, Maidman, Seinfeld, Harnick. Fried, Lisnow, Levine, Halpern, Slavin, Solzbcrg, Greenberg, bontag Schreiber, Rednor, Rosenbloom, Weissberg. Speigal, Bernstein, Goldsmith, Goodman, Baradon. Chancellor .... . . HUBERT RESSLER Vice Clzancellor. . . .... PAUL KLANG Scribe ....., . . HAROLD YELLIN Quaestor. . . . E. LEE STOLPER As a professional dental fraternity, Alpha Omega seeks to bind together those dental students likely to become a credit to their profession and their school. In an effort to reward achievement, an award is given annually to the senior who leads the fraternity in scholarship during his first three years of schoolg Salvin Silverblatt received this year's honors. It is also the fraternity's custom to supplement its students regular curriculum by inviting men in the profession to give demonstrations and clinics on new techniques. The national organization of Alpha Omega has contributed a mobile dental clinic to the Royal Canadian Dental Corps and, since the f194j United States entry in the war, is completing plans for a unit in the United States Dental Corps. However, the local Omicron chapter's inter- est in the dentistry profession does not con- flict with its well rounded social calendar. The A O's are always in the heat of competi- tion for the Friessell Cup and have crack ping pong and bridge teams this year. A series of house dances and two smooth formals provided many pleasing moments. All the members looked forward to the formal banquet held in May in honor of the graduating fraters. DELTA SIGMA DELTA Delta Sigma Delta, an international dental fraternity, is represented on the Pitt campus by Sigma Chapter. Being both a student and alumnus fraternity, Delta Sig forms a vital link between dental students and men of the dental profession. After graduation most of the members go on to prominent roles in the national organization. ln order to supplement their inhrmary practice and increase their scope of knowledge in the dental world, the Dental Delts fre- quently attend district conclaves sponsored by the regional divisions of the Delta Sigma Delta national organization. Six members, including the Assistant Deputy Grand Master, Dr. N. J. Ludwig, attended the Cleveland con- vention held on December 5, 6, and 7. Prob- lems of organization and membership were discussed among the representatives of six universities. On December 9, the Pittsburgh auxiliary of Delta Sigma Delta held a meeting which was attended by Supreme Grand Master, Dr. Guy L. Spencer. Arrangements were made to fully equip a mobile dental unit for the Australian forces in lran who are com- Gmmi Master. . . . ROBERT JOHNSON Worthy Master . . . . . HAROLD ACKERMAN Scribe ...... .... A LFRED YPUNG Treasurer . . ..... L. R. KNAPK manded by a Delta Sig alumnus. i .zwrfsr Sitting: West, Grosch, Young, Powley, Haudenshield, Nabors, Johnson. Standing: Rau, Ackerman, Broaclhurst, Mcliate, Summerville, Knapp, Jamison, Berk, Hardiman, Alexander. f195j ALPHA KAPPA PSI Back Row: Dcvey, Troppman, Shirey, Mann, Koliut, Robinson, Lennox, Hulill Hamilton Behrcnberg, Vv?LgI'1C1', Suto, Dietz, Scanga, Baldrige, VVz1gman. President .... . . . ALEXANDER L, SUTO Vice-Presildenzf. . . ...... JOHN B. i'lUKILL Secretary ..... . . IQENNETH R. ROBINSON Treasurer . . . . . ANGELO R. SCANGA Eight-thirty every Monday night, President Suto calls the meeting of Alpha Kappa Psi to order in the chapter room in the Fort Pitt Hotel. Because many of the members are evening students, working in the city during the day time, it is more convenient tO meet downtown and at a later hour than the other fraternities. Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional fraternity in commerce. Membership is open only to men in the School of Business Admin- istration who maintain an average of 1.5 and display superior qualities in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance. In ad- dition to the collegiate members, there are eight faculty members besides the other alumni who have joined the faculty since graduation. 11963 Once each month a speaker, an alumnus, or faculty member, is invited to address the fraternity on some topic of interest to students in the School of Business Administration. One of the most interesting of these talks was delivered by Dean Lanfear at a rushing smoker early in March. Through these talks the boys not only become better informed, but also better acquainted with the alumni and men in the business world. In an attempt to promote scholarship the fraternity annually awards the Alpha Kappa Psi medallion to the junior with the highest scholastic average in the School of Business Administrationg it also awards a one hundred dollar scholarship to the most deserving even- ing student who has completed at least sixty hours. KAPPA PSI The annual formal dance that the Kappa Psi's held at the Hotel Henry proved to be the biggest social event of the year for these student pharmacologists. The affair climaxed a series of social events which included a smoker that was held early in the first semester, a formal dance in january, a reunion dance, and a dinner dance. This professional fraternity, one of the largest in the School of Pharmacy, conducts pharmaceutical research in all of the different prescriptions to show its members the con- tents of the individual prescriptions. Like true scientists, these students always strive to increase their own knowledge and perhaps benefit the profession to which they aspire. And they are always on the alert to find new means for broadening their scope of knowl- edge. They borrow the principles they learn in the class room and their observations in the laboratory and apply them to outside projects. Quite often they conduct experi- ments at their meetings just for the fun of working and observing. All of their actions center around one thought, their chosen field. The Beta Kappa chapter was founded at the University in 1913. It taps to its member- ship only men ranking in the upper third of the School of Pharmacy. President .... . . XVILLIAM S. Rowsiz Vice President. . . . . . EDNVIN J. WYBLE Secremrg I... . . . . WILLIAIxI F. LESTER Treasurer . . DR. E. P. CLAUS Top Row Lester, Dr. Claus, Dr. Darbaker, Rovvse. Rush. Millard, Wzitkins, Hilovsky, Little, Dickie, Smith. from ALPHA ZETA OMEGA Back Row: Pcrer, Rosner, Litman, Sleiton, Sniderman. Weiss, Marcovsky, Ross, Zwick, Altshuler, H. Schwartz, S. Qchxxartl Directomm . . ..... AARON ZNVICK Sub. Direcmrum . . . . SHERMAN SCHXVARTZ Signare .... ..... J OSEPH Ross Exchegue . . . . .JULIUS ALTSIIULER Bellamm . . . . ALBERT NIARCOVOSKY The Mu chapter of Alpha Zeta Omega, national Pharmaceutical fraternity, is rnade up of some of the best "mixers" of the future pharmacists from the Boulevard of the Allies. The A.Z.O.'s, Who are firmly resolved to pro- mote interest in the field of pharmacy and raise the standards of the profession, discuss new plans at their bi-monthly meetings held at the Hotel Roosevelt. Standing foremost among the fraternity's accomplishments is the support of the Bernard Cohen Memorial Aid Fund which helps any deserving Pharmacy student in financial need. The fraternity is also very proud of their faculty advisor, Dr. f198j David Levin, who Was called to the army in early February because of his Work in per- fecting a lotion for the cure of third degree burns. The members presented him with a portable radio as a farewell gift. ' The busy A.Z.O. social calendar this year included a Pledge Dance, several dances to celebrate holiday occasions, and the annual spring formal dinner dance. ln May the brothers also plan to be hosts to the National Chapter of Alpha Zeta Omega at the National Convention to be held in Pittsburgh this summer. Learning by doing is a major principle followed by the School of Engineering ENGINEERING - MINES CABINET President .... . . RICHARD NIANSFIELD Vice-President .... . . . -Ioslzm-I KELLY Recording Secretary .... . . W1 LLIAM SAALBACH Corresponding Secretary. . . . . . ALTHA LAMBERT Treasurer ...... , . . . FRED EVANS Dick Mansfield Sire, Evans, McQuade, Saalhach, Ruppert, Lambert, Hartenstein, Mansfield, Mamaux, Kelly, Norton. As stated in the constitution of the En- gineering and Mines Association the aims of the cabinet are "to create a closer fellow- ship among Engineering and Mines students of this University, to provide opportunities for Contact with professional and non-pro- fessional men, and to add to the social life of the Engineering and Mines School". To these ends, the present otncers and members of the Cabinet have dedicated themselves. Fulfillment of all three purposes is attained by sponsoring two smokers and two dances annually which bring together for fun and fzooi fellowship the technical students of the Uni- versity. At present, the creation of an En- gineering and Mines lounge where the students can "take things easyl' between classes is the goal of the cabinet. A sinking fund for this project was founded several years ago by a farsighted cabinet and the present group expect to see the start of actual work on the lounge. The Association Cabinet is com- posed of one Senior and one junior from each of the engineering departments and is the governing body of the Engineering school. . I - y 2 J-5 ' ' -ct. ftli Bill LeRoy during intl-rniission at the engineers' biggest dzmcc of th ENGINEERING - MINES DANCE Chairman Oc Kcllc mrl mn 'llwmb LIN ni the year. A big turnout ol' engineers fillccl the main hull room of e I1Villiz1m Penn. Bill LeRoy entertains the crowd with aspocialty number. Bob Ball and Bob I-Iargravc exchange friendly grins as they dzmcc. The dance is OVC1' and the engineers scramble for their wraps. Lzoij I' 11st Row Bergad, Evans, Zargan, Green, Secchi, Piczak, Sipe, VVilk. Haley, Shanta, Jones, Campbell, Hunt, Bazylalc, Hasley. McGee, Harrison, Illig, VVynn, Miller, Hciss,Haynes, Russell, Watsoii, King. Perley, Kuhn, McBurney, Brunk, Barbour, Rixen. Friday, Hawdon, Lace, Fanavitis, Kelly, Schwartz, Reilly, Smith. ENGINEERS Chamnan . . .... . . FRED EVANS The Chemical Engineering seminar is fortunate to have two places for its group meetings-the Mellon Institute auditor- ium and classrooms in the Cathedral. Annually a smoker is held in the social room of the Stephen Foster Memorial, and this year it was given on January 14. Chairman James Sipe provided a Wide variety of social recreations to round out the social program of the year. Chairman . . . . . . FRANCIS SMITH The Civil Engineers certainly get around, for among the many get-togethers of the "social Civils" during the past year were: a sports night with basketball, ping pong, swimming and refreshmentsg a Wiiiter Carnival and snow party dubbed the Jack Frost Frolicg an indoor Sports Festivalg the annual second semester social with dancing, games, and refresh- ments, and the Senior Picnic held the day before Commencement. Opucla, Bradley, Elliott, Smith, Schwartz. VVarren, lylansfielfl, Scotti, VVon, Bertaninni, Cross. Cox, Abrams, Biclski, Demebaum, Weaver, McCandlcss, Kirsel, Prof. Miss, Prof Edgar CIVIL CHEMICAL ENGINEERS INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS The student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers cooper- ates each year with Eta Kappa Nu, activities fraternity for electrical engin- eers, in planning Weekly seminars for Electrical Engineers. In January, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Tech chapters cooperated and held the annual banquet With Penn State and the University of West Virginia as guests. National officers attended and awards for outstanding Work in electrical engin- eering Were made. Programs of the Industrial Engineering seminar are designed to give the student not only lectures in his Held but also dis- cussions which acquaint him with the problems confronting the World today. Outstanding speakers, among them many leading industrialists, address the sem- inars and classroom meetings. Frequently they hold seminars in industrial plants and laboratories so that the students may get first hand information. Chairman ............. ROBERT BALL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Gray, Neustein, Zavaslcy, Moomy, Belcher, Yingling, Bracken, Werlier, Winkler, Sutter, Diniel, Howard, MacHesnc Zuck, Parris, Schmock, Erhard, Kahn, Rhodes, Burland, VVorcester, Just, Harvey, Gailey, Foner, Zerby, Schmidy, Hex Avery, Lutz, Harsenstein, Baker, Blumberg, Pragliola, Carney, VVacIcenhut, Miller, Czernicki, Beck, Couglienor, Hughe This year, the Pi Tau Sigma chapters of the University of Pittsburgh and the Car- negie lnstitute of Technology cooperated in holding their National convention here in Pittsburgh. The local chapters initiated sixteen deserving Mechanical Engineers into the fraternity and they were given a royal Welcome by the boys. A blue ribbon achieve- ment of the season Was the publication of the first edition of the Stoker, the Mechanical Engineering newspaper. For relaxation the boys held bowling parties and topped off their season With a Spring dance for members of Pi Tau Sigma and their friends. Since Aeronautical and Mechanical Engin- eers are similar, they were combined in one seminar for the first semester. The Seniors and Juniors meet separately from the Sopho- mores and Freshmen. On the Engineers' social calendar were the annual Senior picnic Where Seniors were bidden farewell and the Aero- nautical and Mechanical Engineering program held at Penn State last spring. Naturally their touch football team came through as champions in the intramural league of the Engineers! Chafrnzan . . . CANIPIBELL YATES PI TAU SIGMA INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES Front: Worsectcr, Just, Ncsbit, Sire, Zawaslcy, Knoll, Stein, Tyler. Davidson, Machcsney, Keim, Dimcl, Fuchs, Schaper, Barrier. Halcanson, Carney, Grey, Foncr, Bccht, Beckwith, Chepko, Hartz, Casmarcy, Taylor. Miller, Wuckcnhut, Klcebcr, McCurdy, Pragliola, Markovitz, Yates. Witli the growing importance of the Aeronautical Engineering Department I.A.S. has come into its own. The air- plane designers separated from the Mechanical Engineering seminar at the end of the first semester. Since its recent origin, the group has accomplished much in creating a better knowledge of aero- nautical science and promoting fellowship among the members. A January joint meeting with the Carnegie Tech Aero- nauticals featured Dr. Stewart of the Mellon Institute as guest speaker. An- Engineers gauging a beam in the Automotive Lab on the hill. other outstanding event was the annual award of one year's free membership in the Institute of Aeronautical Science to the member of the seminar who demon- strated the most exceptional ability. f2051 OIL AND GAS ASSOCIATION Front Row: Jackson, Abele, Burki, Tiffany, Friehling, Bennet, Lydick, Grosset, Chisler, Zeman, Ferrell, Kallcnbcrger, Roe, Kunlcle, Norton, Toerge, Andrecn, Postel, Mr. Doty, Trcttel, Reich, Alexander, jackel. Kelly, McCoy, McClure, Demmler, Klein, Coulter, Cogniat, Fisher. President .... . . ARTHUR G. BURK1 Vice President .... . . . RALPH W. ABEL13 See1'etary-Treasurer . . . WILLIAM F: TIFFANY Chief function of the Oil and Gas Society is to bore deeper into the problems of the petroleum industry and to cause more friend- ship to flow among the members of the oil and gas department. To help create intimacy and association among the fellows, a series of smokers, dances, and picnics are held each year. Several football and basketball teams were organized by the association to partici- pate in intramural sports. l206J This seminar of Petroleum Engineers and Petroleum Geologists met every Thursday during the semester to hear prominent speakers from industry discuss the problems in the field of petroleum. The American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical En- gineers sent two of their nationally known engineers to address the seminar. SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON Top Row: Lynch, Andrccn, Dickinson, Bleecker, Boal, OW. Kunkel, Kallcnbcrger, Greenwald, Toerge, Becrbower, Fedoska, Scott, Clark. Gaggini, Strcct, Burk, Norton, Norclhein, Gittings. President ...... . . ROBERT NORTON Vice-President ..... . . . ARTHUR BURKI Secretary-Treasurer . . josEPi-I ICELLEY Corresponding Secretary . . . . "This year defense comes hrstu is the slogan that Was adopted by the Sigma Gamma Epsilon Honorary Mining and Metallurgical Fraternity this spring. Its members come from the fields of mining, geology, metallurgy, and petroleum engineering. In 1941-42 their program Was limited. Because of the War situation and other difficulties the Sigma Gamma.Epsilon activities were suspended in January for the rest of the year. The first . RICHARD DENMAN semester's program included several luncheon meetings, one dinner meeting, and a pledge dance in the fall. The annual Freshmen award of associate membership status and A.I.M.M.E. publication subscriptions, insti- tuted this year, Went to Gardner Robinson of the Geology Department. Then S.G.E. played true to its past reputation and dug deeper and found its useful place among the problems of today. H2071 SIGMA TAU First Row: Winkler, Feduska, Reiser, Yates, Brinker, Dennebaum, Hunt, Evans. Greenwald, Kelly, Bradley, VVcrner, N eustein, Pragliola, Jones, Willc. Kendra, Cross, Kahn, Fenncll, Wackenhut, Shanta, Nixdorf, Jaclcel. Foner, Sirc, Logan, Morrow, Heiss, Wynn. Nordheim, McGcary, Lynch, Smith, Elliot, Schwack, Kuhn President .... . . F RED S. EVANS Vice-President. . . . .JAMES FINLEY Treasurer. . . . . WILBUR V. HUNT Elite among Engineering fraternities, active in social affairs, Sigma Tau is a goal for every engineer. A silver and a bronze medal is presented each year to the two top scholastic freshmen in the School of Engineering. john Heiss and Andrew Feduska of the fraternity received the awards at the general freshman seminar on December 17. The boys opened a busy social season with a fall rushing smoker at the Stephen Foster Memorial social room in late Gctober. Chair- man Bob Pratt's program of Monte Carlo night-a "gambling" game of fun, followed by Mr. james Potts' pictures of the Penn Relays, provided entertainment for half a IQ208j hundred "eligibles". At the regular monthly meetings and the occasional luncheon sessions, the members heard talks or saw movies on some phase of engineering. The scene of the fraternity's first semester initiation banquet was the Royal York apart- ments where the national president of Sigma Tau, Dr. John Belknap, was the main speaker of the evening. Thirty-two tappees were awarded certificates of membership and a chrome-plated pyramid and rail section, the symbol of Sigma Tau. Closing their social season, the fraternity held its annual Spring Dance and tapped thirty engineers to membership. 4 ' 1:z" fr rf -Q 6' ' . Q l gi 4 Hu, v, , .Q x , , ...mls s l 4" !'x4.-Ladies. .41 f , f ,, J ffkwflfg- W L ' A ' If 1 , A .. 4 , a . . ., Q , M '92 '- m -. , Lu 91 1 A' l 1 'ini 1. fp -'ki' X ' 1 F t 'r -2 ,vm . 1 2215936 -3342- .7 'F N. W-'gs' - . 1 xious students watch a ire... 1' ,sa A 5' t 'v ig' -3- Q Y, V- My xflirmi, f' -- X, -'I' r 4 ?'.F:-'rf'f - ' s x Q f i., x qfr ,'H H K 1 M Q 4 :5 J. ' ' R I f Q 'MH'-iii I ' Lf 47, Q' ' ,L . . 1. r mzrw r in Ja, 5225fagff5?.5f S www ,, U .1 1 Q: ,w , , ,Q , P a O X1 'k',k ,ik ., Z-lv.- :iv Ei, M J F .. .I w. kfvagvmx- M 'fm Mg U w :J 12 X 34 , if l .Lg 20' . f N H N Q! Nm M, J 'Af .FH FRATERNITIES The hands of the fraternity men join together and initiate a feeling that is Warm, that is the spirit of college. These hands grip one another with the strength of men, for the owners of those hands are men. Across the campus stretch the hands of the fraternity leaders to form a close association with the school. ln all their activities the fraternities revolve about the school. To work with the University, to aid it to the extent of their abiliy is the prime aim of fraternities. They bring about a close association between the administra- tive offices of the University and the student body. On campus the hand of the fraternity man is strong. lt evidences itself in printed Words of the publications, in the gestures of the Pitt Player . . . it is a capable and friendly hand. COI1fl'l'bLlfL'l1g Wlifhllll her .r,0hef 'e of invfuence a moral, JpL'rZfLcal, and Joclal flerfelopmcni, .ff'61f6l'I'lL-fL'6J' diwplay pride in fheif' achievelnefuir flzrough llze many fl'0,0hl.6J' won in Inie1'f1'az'e1'nz'z'y compeiffiofl. f211fI PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Helen Buente President ..,. Vice Presliclent. . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . W. S. G.A. . H2121 . . . .HELEN BUENTE . . Douornv WEBER NTARY ALMA OLANDER FLORENCE GOODSIIDE . . .HARIUET BLAIR Panhellenic Council is one reason why women's social fraternities at Pitt are so congenial. This group, consisting of two representatives from each organiza- tion, aims to develop understanding and fellowship between the groups. Early last autumn fraternity women formally entertained the freshmen at the traditional reception. This reception, with its vases of beautiful flowers, and lovely hostesses, held in Stephen Foster Social Room, introduced the freshmen to the spirit of graciousness and dignity associated with the fraternities at Pitt. After a busy period of rushing came the Panhellenic Ball. However, because of early graduation, it was not held this year. Besides cooperation, the council fosters a com- petitive spirit between the groups on two occasions, the lnterfraternity Sing and the Float Parade. The Sing, held on December 8, was a long awaited event in which Delta Delta Delta took first place and Theta Phi Alpha and Zeta Tau Alpha tied for second place. The Float Parade, coming when trees were budding and fur mittens had been discarded, was one of the high points of Spring Festival Weelq. President Helen Buente serves tea at the Panhellenic Reception Top Row: Weber, Bucnte, Goodsicle, Sapp, Bielau, Blair. Sullivan, Hzmlon, Hemrms, Conictk, Miller, K:'I1nzII':Ls, Miller, Becker, Keenan INTRODUCES SORORITIES PANHELLENIC REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA DELTA PI ..,... .UEAN I'IANLON IKMARILYN I-IEMANS ALPHA EPSILON PI-II.. ,l,l I .. 'REVA ROSENBERG BETA SIGMA OMICRON CHI OMEGA ......,...,..,..,..,. DELTA DELTA DELTA.. DELTA PHI EPSILON ....,...,. .,.7, DELTA ZETA ...... ,.. .. I KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA ....,.. ,.,. I L. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA l.,. ,,,, ,,., I , I PHI M U ..l....,.,........,. ...,. PHI SIGMA SIGMA .... ..,, THETA PHI ALPHA ,,e.,,el ZETA TAU ALPHA ....,,.. .. XIVIILDRED ROSIENITIELD LOIS IVIILLER CHRISTINA ICAMARAS K JOAN BIELAU JANE BLAIR MARY JEANNE OLANDER BETTY JAMISON ANN BURKE ,PEARL LICIITNER HARRIET BLAIR IQUTII BECKER IALICE CONICK IBETTY SAPP 'IBETTY ANN CREDE KLSUZANNE RIGBY IIVIARY ALMA OLANDER ILOIS ROWBOTTOM IFLORENCE GIIOIJSIDE ISERETTA IVIILLER IVIARY RITA IQEENAN VIRGINIA SULLIVAN HELEN BUENTIC PATRICIA XVIANT I213J . A-ll ALPHA DELTA PI Top Row: lvlusser, Zapolsky, Komorosky, Hemans, Segelhorst, Staude, Acker, Hetherington, Lewis. Hanlon, Nedetsky. President ...... ....... J ANE MUSSER Vice President ..... . . . DOROTHY SEGELHORST Recording Secretory ......... SARA STRAUDE Corresponding Secretary ........ ALICE LENVIS Treasurer .... ..... F LORENCE HETI-IERINGTON The Alpha Delta Pi's leaving the Belleield entrance of the Cathedral of Learning were all talking excitedly as they walked toward their apartment in the Bellefield Dwellings. In one group Alice Lewis, the A. D. Pi corres- ponding secretary, member of the Pitt Players, and staff member of the Pitt News, was listen- ing to the other girls' opinions of their winter formal which was held at the Iacktown Hotel and was supplementing their information with her own. Florence Hetherington, the A. D. H2141 Pi who controls the strings on the money bags, was explaining how the budget for the dance was met. In another group jane Musser, this year's leader, Dorothy Segelhorst the vice leader, and Sara Staude, the woman who records the business and reads "the minutes of the previous meeting", were dis- cussing the plans for the Winter Outing to be held at Laurel Ridge. This outing is held under the auspices of the Women's Athletic Association to which all A. D. Pi's belong. ,rm L ALPHA EPSILON PHI gb X 7. as I I 'i Top: Slutsky, Lcfkowitz, Lanclay, Hirsli, Polk. Spann, Arif-5, Cohen, Montrol, Barbrow, Speigel, Rosenberg. Sheifler, Pasekoff, Schwartz, Harris, Mendoza, Rosenbloom, Rosenfield, Harrison President ..... . . . HARRIET F. HARRIS Vice President. . . . BEATRICE SHEFFLER Scribe ...... . . LOUISE ROSENBLUM Treasurer. . . NIADELYN MONTROLL They tell us'that the seventy-seven respect- able families infthe Belleiield Dwellings Were just getting used to a normal existence over the summer when-bang! the vacation was over, and all the Alpha Epsilon Phi's came trooping back to their fourth iioor apartment. VVhen the twenty-first of October rolled around, all the sophomore sisters got out their pens and paper, sent notices to the alums, and proceeded to hold a Founders' Day cele- bration. That was the first social function of the year. After Founders' Day was over, activities really started. For it was then that chair- man Mildred Roseniield presented plans for the annual Scholarship bridge on November 9th. Nobody minded the Work connected with the affair because the bridge was a big success. From the proceeds of the bridge Alpha Epsilon Phi presented three summer session scholarships-vocal, instrumental, and sculp- tural-to children selected through the Pitts- burgh Board of Education. Orchids and pastel formals came next-the Wiiiter Formal. Then during the Christmas vacation they all let down their hair for a Pajama Party at the sorority apartment. Then came the important business of a successful fall rushing season. Our National Dean, Reba B. Cohen, graced this year's rushing and made it particularly impressive. This year Alpha Epsilon Phi's at Pitt are celebrating their "coming-of-age" birthday. They are twenty-one and quite Willing to put in their vote-this time for a lovely-as-ever Spring Formal at Westmorelaiid Country Club. f215j I t BETA SIGMA OMICRON Top Row: V Fedak, Coatsworth, Sands, DePew. Kravctz, Howe, Wickline, Baltic, Thomas, Kamaras, Miller President .... . . . Lois Howe lf"iceP1'es'ident. . . . . . Lois MILLER Secretary .... . MARIAN ROSSIER Treaszwer . . . ..... ANN CARR L Founders' Day this year for the Beta Sigs held a lot of happiness and just a little sadness. The Founders' Day banquet took place in the main dining room of the Ruskin on December 12. The actives under the direction of Lois Howe, president, decorated the whole room in the fraternity's colors of ruby and pink and their flowers, the Richmond and Killany roses. During the delicious meal, Jennie Fedak and Tina Kamaris, who were seated next to some of the alumnae, told them ofthe fun the Beta Sigs had had at a party in North Park the week before. After dinner Lois fzfsj Howe gave an "In Memoriam" speech for Catherine Turner Spenser, one of the found- resses, who had died just a few weeks before. Then the pledges, Nellie Baltic, Florence Depew, Carol Sands, and Marjorie Coats- worth, amused actives and alumnae alike with a clever skit. Mrs. N. C. Burnaugh, national officer and chairman of National Panhellenic Council. addressed the active chapter. At ten o'clock the informal meeting was ad- journed. Pat Miller and jean Krafty slipped a few roses from a vase to take home as a keepsake of another wonderful Beta Sig party. CHI OMEGA 175 North Dithridge is a brick house with a brown porch. Here Chi Cmegas spend every spare minute because they love to get together to chat, as most women do, and because they work together on so many things. When jackie Fike found out about the contest for Junior Prom decorations, the die was cast and artistic heads got together and artistic fingers were set in motion. And within the red brick walls was created the beautiful prize-winning crest. Of course a casualty or two caused by an over enthusiastic pair of scissors was immediately remedied by efficient Peggy Lehner. Tireless planners, Chi Omegas make good use of their frequent house adairs. They never give a dance or party without clever decorations on an unusual theme. Ioan Bie- lau and jane Blair are often responsible for the themes, and spring formals are their specialties. In a more serious vein, the girls do much research in order to choose the most outstand- ing American woman of the year. At a na- tional tea the chosen woman receives an award. This year they gave the award to Carrie Chapman Catt. Chi Omegas are all interested in personnel work. They show their enthusiasim in their activities and nur- ture it in their discussion. Maybe in the near future some very fine personnel workers will get their ideas fresh from a session at the Chi Omega house. President .... . . JACQUELINE PIKE Vice President ....... . . . JOAN BIELAU Correspomlivzg Secretary . . . . . IQUTH DENNISTON Treasurer ........ . . . JANE BLAIR Top Row: Bielau, Blair, Davis, Denniston. Boydjicff, Bauer, J. Davis, Lehncr, Fike. Lzifzj DELTA DELTA DELTA Top Row: Shutte, Glenn, Brink, Stephenson, Swanson, Geer, Jamison, Becker McKee Daker, Hileman, Bounds, McConnaughy. Blotter, Krisko, Smith, Cadman, Moore. Black, Patterson, Jenkins, Jacobs, Murrell, Heinitsh, Sones, Harris President .... . . CHARLOTTE HARRIS Vice President ...... . . EVELYN SMITH Recording Secrelary .... . . ALICE MCKEE Corresponding Secretary ....... JANET JENKINS Treasurer ............ BETTY JANE HI LEMAN Delta Delta Delta placed first in the annual Panhellenic Sing Contest with their smooth harmony on the "Dream Man", "Banjo Song", and that catchy bit of synco- pation, "Delta Indigo". Prexy Charlotte Harris, Vice President of Student Faculty Association and R.O.T.C. Coed Colonel, led the harmonizing of her sisters Janet Jenkins, Margie Geer, Mary Elizabeth Murrell, Unit Adviser Suzanne Becker, and Vice Prexy Evelyn Smith. In a celebrating mood, Women's Self- Governrnent Association President ,Jean Brink, Senior Class President and Heart Hop Chair- Lzisjl man, Peg Patterson, and Pitt Players' feminine leading lady Jeanine Stephenson helped the Tri-Delts to carry the trophy to their Bigelow Boulevard House. A year of activities included luncheons with faculty guests, novel and formal Saturday night dances, hayride specials and the six a. m. traditional Pansy Breakfast. Climaxing the year's events Was a Spring Formal at the Edgewood Country Club, led by Red Cross Victory Dance Chairman Mabel Moore Where Virginia Glenn, Jean Daker Dickinson, Gretchen Schutte, and Jane Black bid adieu to their undergraduate days at Pitt. DELTA PHI EPSILON Berez, Sontag, Burke, Friedland, Cousin. Absent from picture: Minna Kamber, Bernice Fisher. President .... . . . DIVINE FRIEDLAND Vice President ..... . . . BLANCHE COUSIN Recording Secretory . . . . . FRANCES BEREZ Corresponding Secretary . . . . BLANCHE COUSIN Treasurer ......... ..... A NN BURKE The D Phi E's sat knitting on a fine day in January-but with their thoughts far from Pearl Harbor. The knitting project Which they had undertaken in connection With the local Red Cross had resulted in much more than khaki socks and sweaters. The conversation inevitably ran to the spring formal which Would climax the Week of exams before graduation. Interrupting this discussion, Minna Kamber declared, "As chairman I feel We should have at least a little discussion about Founders' Day even though it isn't until March l7." "I second the motion," Divine chimed in, "for this should by rights be the very biggest event on our calendar since it is our 25th anniversary. ' ' "I think We should present ourselves With a silver loving cup," suggested Blanche Cousin. "After all, 25 years makes us really a great national institution." "The plan is this," continued Minna when everyone had finally settled the importance of the affair to her own satisfaction, "the program We follow during the evening will be identical with that of every other chapter throughout the country. The events will even be timed." "But we don't have to stop our dance When the other chapters call it quits, do We?" asked Pearl Lichtner anxiously. "If you are sufficiently recovered from Masquerade by then We might manage a couple of extra hours, Pearl," Minna assured her. "Oh, We D Phi E's are made of tougher stuff than that. After all the masquerade is in February. It only took me a Week to re- cover from the convention in New York at Christmas time and that ran four days With- out stopping." "Not to interrupt any profound discussions or anything," said Frances Berez, "but if someone would just help me finish up this last bundle for Britain, We can all call it quits with clear consciences." "I-Ieave ho, kids. It's 10:30. Let's go." I219j DELTA ZETA Top ROW: Kimmel, Blair. Wolfe, Yardumian, Porter, McClain, Berker. Cain, Myer, Rust, King, Lyon, Woolslaycr. President ...... . .HEI.EN WOOLSLAYER Vice-President ..... .... P AULINE CAIN Treasurer ......... . . . DOROTHY ICING Corresponding .Secretory . . . NIARY OCHSENHIRT Recording Secretary .... . . . HELEN lVlEYER Soz:1'alChairnzon ..... . . . VIRGINIA PORTER A typical evening at the Delta Zeta house is filled with confusion and fun. If We look in on them, We might see Geri Rust and Helen Meyer dancing to a rhumba record and Porter looking on from the over-stuffed chair by the Window. Probably Helen Woolslayer and Louise Kimmel will dash in from Choral practice and join Eleanor McClain and Grace Lyon Who, with the help of Marjorie Martin, are attempting some acappella harmony. fzzoi And We might hear Peggy Wolfe and Ruth Becker by the fire-place recalling the Christ- mas Formal. Ruthie Yardurnian and Harriett Blair never fail to demonstrate correct volley- ball technique With a pillow right in the middle of the floor. Some one says, 'Tm starved. Let's have supper." And then there is a scramble for the dining room. A calm follows and they sing their own special grace. KAPPA -ALPHA THETA Monday afternoons at the Theta house were quite festive this year. The afternoon set aside for slumber and bull sessions was transformed into a lively party by declaring 'Open hOuse'. These were delightfully in- formal without chairman Or planning. Tuck Shoppees found it impossible to refuse an in- vitation to make themselves at home. Re- freshments consisted only Of cokes from a shiny new coke machine and Occasionally potato chips. Rug cutting was the order with some couples while other guests were content with the inviting open fire in the chapter room. But there were added attractions-a man from a neighboring fraternity spent one whole afternoon making caricatures of anyone who would stand still long enough. The bridge games were usually kept in check by president Jane Anderson who has unexcelled talent in this line. The old' stand-by entertainers Would always come through-Betty Sapp with her "Can't Get a Date", the trio, Jean Garland doing her bit with the piano, and Nan Craw- fOrd's violin solo. The afternoons were ended by Outbreaks of songs. Thetas might well be proud Of their singing. They boast a number Of good clear voices, a wealth Of lovely songs, and clever arrangements by the group innovators, Vera Daum and Peggy Coulson. The Kappa Alpha Thetas never closed their door without an invitation to return the next week. Leading all other activities this year, how- ever, was the celebration Of the 72nd birthday Of the founding Of the fraternity. At a luncheon at the P.A.A., Thetas young, and old, far and near, were entertained by the active chapter. Guests at the speakers table received sterling silver pins in remembrance Of this great affair. President ..,... . . JANE ANDERSON Vice President ..... . . PEGGY COULsON Recording Secretary .... . . NANCY CRAWFORD Corresponding Secretary . . ..... JEAN SMUL1. Treasurer . ............. PEGGY JOHNSTON Top Row: Cox, Smull, M. Johnston, Anderson, Nicholas, Garland, Mnnroe, Bowen, J. Johnston, and Sapp. Brown, Crouse, Coulson, Holbrook, Daum, Kohberger, Conick, Crawford, and McKenzie. li2211 , F rl KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ! Top Row: Haldcman, Frantz, Weber, Nesbitt, Thompson, Delp, Haughton, Foster. Rigby, Day, Boggs, Sample, L. Frobouck, Strickler, Johns. Crcde, Sundstrom, Undercoffler, Bock, M. Frobouck, Roughton, Carlson. President ....,. . . MARY LEE BOCK Vice President ..... . . NANCY SUNDSTROM Recording Secretary ........ NIILDRED FROBUCK Corresponding Secretary . . ESTHER UNDERCOFFLER Treasurer ........ . . . RUTH ROUGHTON Monday night is fraternity night on the campusg meetings are meetings, but meetings at the Kappa house, if they are all like this one, are something. About 3:00 P. M. the Kappa migration to 165 North Dithridge begins. As the members begin to assemble, bridge tables pop up, chatter becomes in- cessant, and the beautiful new vic, trophy from this year's Phillip Morris contest, plays the latest tunes in accompaniment. There is an air of apprehension even though things seem to appear normal. Betty Haldeman is busy on W.S.G.A. reports, S.F.A. reports, and similar data. Peggy Johns and Janet Elliot fZ22:I energetically catch up on some new swing stepsg Sue Rigby exercises her lovely voice. And president Mary Lee Bock is digging through the stack of president's mail. The regular dinner is replaced by a diet of vitamins. just after dinner each Kappa sister is given a little hat-box containing an an- nouncement of the engagements of Nancy Sundstrom and Esther Undercoffler. lee cream and cake and singing and laughter paint an appropriate picture of Kappas enjoying them- selves. Mary Lee and the executive com- mittee might just as well forget about the order of business for this evening. 9 PHI MU Top Row Wolf, Steinacker, Welkc, Olander, Hornbeck, Statler. Roubottom, Remaley, Armstrong, Caliguiri, Baldwin, Marshall, Doehla, Woodside. President .... .... J EAN DOEL-1 LA Vice-President . . . .... PEG VVOODSIDE Secretary .... . . GERRY STEINACKER Treasurer . . . . . . ANGELINE CALIGUIRI From the doorway of the rose and white chapter room in the Phi Mu apartment stepped Lois Remaley, social chairman, with a cheerful "Hi, kids, come on in!" By two's and three's the kids, Angie, Lois, Ruth, Peggy, and Ida straggled in and sprawled over chairs in friendly corners of the banner-bedecked room where they held their weekly meetings. "Did ya bring your knittin', Ann?" asked Kappa Phi president Ruth Welke. Then a discussion of "what all the girls are doing" followed. "Gee, I had a swell time at the dance Saturday, didn't you?" came from Mary Ellen Tritsch cuddled up in a blue arm- chair in the corner. "We sure did!" they all agreed. VVhen they were all there, a Voice rose above the chatter about the Christmas formal at the Jacktown Hotel, knitting, monthly Phi Mu bowling parties, and Tuck Shop experiences. It was the voice of Jean Doehla, prexy, requesting that another meet- ing of the Phi Nlu be in session. Soon Gerry Steinacker was rapidly scribbling notations into her minute bookmnotations that recorded a brilliant year filled with frolic and fellow- ship that a Phi Mu girl will always remember. L2.zsJ ,.pu? PHI SIGMA SIGMA Top Row: Linden, Silverman, Hirsh, Feingold, Lerner, Eger, Rabinovitz, Miller, Lave Bercz Perer Zinamon Goldman, Weiner. Goodside, Weiss, Barris, Ginsburg, Zinamon, Goluboff, Berland, Rutkin, Schmidt President .... . . lX'IILDRED LINDEN V'icePreside1zt. . . . . lVlARIAN VVEISS Secretary .... . . . ROSALIND Hrksu Treasurer . . . BERNICE FEINGOLD To begin this year's activities Marion Weiss, vice-president, along with several alums, jour- neyed to Ohio University where they aided in the installation of the newest Phi Sig chapter, Beta Gamma. Under the capable chairman- ship of Lillian Barris their annual Founders' Day Banquet was held at the Royal York Dining Room. Later in the season the Phi Sigs again joined in the fun with a Winter Dance at the Chatterbox. On another trip Mildred Linden, prexy, Beatrice Feingold, treasurer, and Rita Lerner spent a wonderful week-end at Syracuse attending the Regional Conference. Early in January the Phi Sigs l224j sponsored a defense bridge at the Hotel Schenley. Parents weren't forgotten when the mothers were entertained With a Mothers' Day Luncheon and fathers with a Steak Banquet. Officially ending the activities of the school year was the Spring Formal held at the Westmoreland Country Club. Seniors were bid farewell and awarded gifts as a parting gesture. Phi Sigma Sigma really had a successful year. Activities and scholarship with lots of fun blended to make Phi Sigma Sigma one of the most active sororities on campus. THETA PHI ALPHA The T.P.A.'s like to sit in the Tuck Shop, one of the crossroads of Pitt. Sometimes, when classes and activities permit, the booth is overflowing with campus smoothies, B.W. O.C.'s, and a myriad of smiling faces. Some- times it almost looks as if an I. E. council meeting were taking place. Geniality is the keynote with the girls, and they are well known for their wit and enthusiasm. President Mary Zarman picked from this group many helpers for her Red Cross drive. A diamond studded V might well be given them for their support. Mary Rita Keenan and some of the sisters are beginning to hide from Eleanor Epping, for she's always selling something, and she always gets the best re- sults at this booth. Wliether it be junior Prom tickets, Heart Hop tickets, or Xmas seals. . .perseverance does the trick. Julia De- Leo finds plenty of use for her place on the bench in getting the lowdown on S.E.A. business. T.P.A.'s do forsake their booth for their dances, teas, and chocolate hours. Almost as much business is handled here as at the New York Stock Exchange. There are plans for parties, cramming for tests, writing of papers, sipping of cokes, and an occasional political discussion. It is truly hard to find a more active place than the Theta Phi Alpha booth in the Tuck Shop. President .... . . IVIARY ZARMAN Vice President .... MARJORIE KENNOY Recording Secretary .... ..... I KAY BIHARY Corresponding Secretary . . . . . JULIA DELEO Treasurer ............... ELLEN MCC AU L Top Row: Stack, Bussick, Moran, Bodecker, Roderick, Sullivan. Bassompierre, Askin, Moore. Kim, Keenan, Fagan, Hattniun, Epping, Boyle, Kich, Schmidt, Lois. McCaul, DcLeo, Butcra, Zarman, McDonnell, Biliary, Kcnnoy. 52251 ZETA TAU ALPHA I l Back Row: Werlinich, Luck, Rowland, Buchanan, Linder, Gesregan, Bolar, Smith, Marshall, Gibson, Conover, Koelliker Wilk s L n W" t B ' d f Sl k , e , a g, ian , eiers or er, iuma er. Watt, Wfandrisco, Buente, McCullough, Elbel, Anderson. Close, Ewing, Horne, Lloyd, Besch. President ....... . . . NORMA JEAN WILKES Vice President. . . . . . NORMA LEE KOELLIKER Secretary .... ....... G RACE STEELE Treasurer ...... .... O RLA LANG An over ambitious group of actives with their mothers and alumnae were "thrilled with excitement" when the Chi Chapter officially opened the new Zeta Tau Alpha house on February 22. The house is an object of great pride to all the girls who worked on Saturdays with scrub buckets and aprons. The mothers made the draperies and curtains. Of the new furniture added, the Baby Grand piano was a surprise gift of the Mothers' Club. Mrs. Geneve Clutter became the new house mother. With this as an incentive, the ZTA's set out creating creditable records scholastically and in extracurricular activities. On a Mon- day afternoon groups of girls sat around knitting, some were playing bridge, 'awhile others indulged in talking. In one group this year's head woman, Norma Jean Wilkes, told of the treats of being a part time mother to a group of F reshies. At a bridge table was f226fI Grace Steele, the secretary. Along with the others she was listening to kibitizer and Vice President Norma Lee Koelliker explain why the next issue of the Panther, of which Norma Lee is campus editor, was to be better than ever before. Helen Buente, president of Panhellenic Council discussed activities with Marty Wandrisco, Mortar Board sister and member of Senior Court. In another part of the room, Midge Anderson, Theatron Presi- dent, rehearsed her lines for "The Women" while Elaine Beiersdorfer, Nancy Hardy, and Martha Bolar considered tappees for Cwens. As the newly elected Treasurer of W.S.G.A., Elaine manages to do her bit on the Sten- ography Staff of the Owl. House dances, parties, and Mother and Daughter banquets made up the year's social program. Thus, with enthusiasm and spirit, the ZTA's have come through to a smashing climax of a great year. On meeting night, the girls cook and eat their own meal. Nancy Sundstrom gives Z1 toothpaste ad smile as Peggy and Ann talk between plays. I 5 fiifiii.. xx x 5 Y. v,..v,, s 'l 3 -- l.,i.e.s.::xx . , 1 , 5, s r I Rical and Reva help their sorority sister dress for the formal. AAPi's listen in as Dot talks to he A-+""', Knitting for the Red Cross keeps the AEPhi's busy. IWI li W 1. . i 1 The Kappas svvingiiout in a jam session after 1 Ay: .- ' MM V their meetillg. ' H1 4 U I 2 -k:. ,. T one and Om The interest of the Pitt sororities reach out beyondiheir town' y' ' houses. Some children from an orphans' horne have a mefrie - - .V - - I Christmas because of the Tri Delts Party. A W A 1 ..,j:2,g3g .gin ' s 2w1.ff.i .- 4 i ' L.: 4' f228J CAMPUS COEDS For years now college men have sung about their Coeds. The theme is not a new one, but it is always fresh and vital in the eyes of the Collegian. Each era has its typical college girlg each school has its queens. Each year college men think they have found something new in their coed. And we think we have our ideal girl here at Pitt . . . she is the Pitt Girl. Our girl is not the slink-eyed sophisticate. She is the fresh American girl. She is the girl who wears her cosmetics with the proper dash and seasons her speech with intelligent phrases. She is the versatile girl who enjoys a good football game as well as a dance. Printed words can hardly sketch herg pictures approach more. closely a true representation of her. XIVC hope a combination of the two will convey our meaning to you. .1 VVho could resist a sales girl like this one? Freshman Women gather for a publications unit meeting. Pretty girls, cool shade, soft grass, a radio-comfortable looking the fellow in the background we mean This is Why We lon f g or summer, We like the Cathedral Lawn. Three smart Girls make ' b a picturesque setting as a typical scene when Spring and Summer com l e to the campus. f af 10. 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' nv " ,7 - ' ' -, , ' 1 ,'l.E!'w?2E?! . fi 3' 1 3,- 51. I in i4':imi:ii:klinshn'-4 ": ' ' .,L. Charm, personality, self-possession, and poise are uf the ingredients of the Pitt Girl sketched on this page. She is an intelligent volatile person... and she has beauty. Her sparkling eyes flash intellect as well as charm. The interests of the Pitt Girl are wide-she screams and cheers at football games . . . wears her hair in an informal style . . . adds warm color to the glamor of the Tuck Shop . . . is pleasant and alive on dates . . . likes sports and takes part in them . . . is an interested student . . . and above all is magnetically feminine. ',,'3!r8n1g-- -111 , , Vg, A- What We Like About The V 53. J ge, .5Q,73q.,5' . ., e X .X M. .-.. , PITT COEI 1 I - w , 1 1 B f v . AL 4 , More expressive than words, the co-ed officers show their feeling off patriotism in this 4V for Victory formation. . Have you heard . . . ? Dolly leads her sorority sisters in a friendly game of Lois, Eleanor, and Arm lend glamour to the Commons Room. Even Without boys, the girls look happy. Enthusiastic rooters all set for the Pep Rally et Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall. ff' ,A H gi -Q Li v 7'jx4-'174' X Q..- QS' X X mi - X W H- ix M' H 311' 4-Q U H . W,-5 " L. ml , 51QE,:j..w N H ' 4 -5 M X ---- , , .L W Aw 1, it M I N, V31 V H , . 1, ,Ei QU, NN Y X.,,.,.1,,w.- fggifw' M' 'Nu' 1 ' - Wm? 'X it lag. ii ,v- wuk .,f 1 ..f if W PS2 ws., X , Y - If. -r W QQ I fi sv w H, 1' . 1 5 I 1 'L f , Z 9 Q R if sf , If ,Q ,K if A UWM w . tk x Ex . ' x 4 I we W it L, ,W A A A M If '1f' f'3qa- , N , W g i slimg- i. mf, Y M We 73 59' ffl ,,a if. -s-flff W We i. gig W, 1 i i 1 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Dick M an sf iel cl The twenty-four members of Interfraternity Council met at the Phi Delta Theta house for their regular monthly dinner meeting. Each month the two representatives from each of the twelve fraternities meet at one of the different Greek Houses, and the Phi Delt house was chosen for the October meeting. After the dinner table had been cleared and the boys had fully digested a delicious dinner, President Richard Mansield gaveled for order. Minutes of the previous meeting having been read by Secretary Harold Gaks, old business was brought to the Hoor. After all points were thoroughly discussed, new business was then called for by President Mansfield. A report from the Treasurer Mark Anderson told the members of the financial status of I.F. Council, and read the list of accounts receivable and payable. Alex Zelenski, sports I234J President ..... . . RICHARD IVIANSFIELD Vice-President . . . .... CARL V. STEIN Secretary ..... .... H ARoLD OAKES Treasurer . . . . IVIARK ANDERSON chairman, reported that each house would receive a schedule of athletic contests to be held every week. Carl Stein, Vice-President, and chairman of the executive council, re- ported that trophies for all of the major sports and trophies for the "sing and swing" had been ordered. Weiidell Dietz, publicity chairman, gave a brief report on rushing before the meeting was adjourned. This year I. F. Council again awarded the All-point trophy to Phi Gamma Delta. In December the Greeks held their annual Yule- tide Festival at the Hotel Schenley, with Al McArdle as chairman. In February, fra- ternity men danced to the music of Bob Strong and his orchestra at the I. F. Ball, held in the main ballroom of the Hotel William Penn. This successful dance was chairmanned by Sherman Jubelirer. B'1LkRow M'ItclI HcckIII'm W11dc Cus1ck Lamb Oaks Andrews and Pelghtner Dcutclbxum Edleman Zelcmkm M'msEe1d Qchaughncey Egan Stormer DIetz and Shxfler AND ITS MEN INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL DELTA TAU DFLTA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA PHI DELTA THIITA PHI EPSILON PI PHI GAMMA DPLTA PI KAPPA ALPHA PI LAMBDA PHI SIGMA ALPHA IAPSILOIN SICMA ALPHA MU SICMA CHI DAXID NAI EX L-TACK STAUPF C EORGL BUNDER WILLIAM WILSON ROBERT IIREIGHTNER ROBERT SELL JAY SILYIPRBERG AI EX ZEI E1xsRI CIIARLES E GAB RICHARD MANSFIEI IJ ROBERT CUSIQR IOIIN HLGHES JOHN SYIEA GUS VVII DF fm WENDELL DIETZ CARL STEIN ROBERT DAVIB WILLIAM STORMER SIG ILDELMAN I LMI R MATCH MARIA ANDERSON IJAMES GLASSOIN l235j . . I , ' ' - - 4 ' 4 ' C I ' 4 I II I I I' 'I ' . -, f 4 ,' I . 4 ' ' f I ' I ' I C - 1 ' I I I I ' v I ' ' 4 , i U- ---Hu,---N -----N'-Y-4--U, U- Vi-V-4. 'I4 4 4 ' 4 1 4 4 1 4 -3 ' 41 4 ,I I ' ' 4 : 4 I I .4 . .. ..V,.A..... .V....-V.f-..--....A.--.f--,.Y- Y Y- Y--V-w PHI KAPPA,.....w .wB.B .. ..I.I.V.IT. 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'FY' A" ', 'lf . 4. 2-A s- 1, 'T M U Ifu f .69- .... v,. , 2: 5 , A2539 VC" Ny: H H w i2QeffaigKaff?S'52:',X-sixzffffe ' Qf , X 5 E T Q A , , ,u B -,Ak f 6 Q X X 1 if 'A ' gi ' fx a Q mw- cr' , ,Ah Xa x ,I -v fl! w-5? H lj' 1 -ll!! mf. DELTA TAU DELTA Top Row: Sands, Svenson, Loutzenhiser, Pitzer, Benghauser, Hutchinson, McManus, Patterson, Phillips, Kramer, Thorsen, Weiler, Simpson, Mitchel. Floyd, Wihnore, HOEZ, Mclntosh, McCarthy, Goetz, McDonald, Johnston, Bauer, Cook, Totten. Brosky, lVlcCutchen, Clowes, Dickinson, Freeble, Griffith, Swenson, Bowlus, Hagan, Foley, Wylie, Hanna, Kennedy, McShzIne, Biery, McCrum, Tilton, Cornelius, Naley, Lingenielter, Baker, George, McGa.rvey, Neer, Heckrnan, Wcnze Stauli, Newbury, Becrbower, Stahl, Soles, Bentley,Bradbury, Riddle, Stcytler, Alexander, Parker, Ramsey. Q President .... . . . . JACK STAUFF Secretary ......... . BILL BEERBOWER Vice-President . . . ..... DICK CRIFFITH Corresponding Secretary . . . . BILL NEWVBURY Treasurer .............. WALT DICKINSON In spite of coniiicts and a jittery semester, Delta Tau Delta found itself in an enviable position as it ended a successful year as a powerful iniiuence on campus. Although the year was a critical one for fraternities, the Delts speeded up its program and strengthened its aims. The chapter turned in the greatest number of books for soldiers, gave the most money for crippled children, and supported many campus affairs a hundred per cent. Rushing season yielded thirty-three men which led the campus for the second consecutive year. The pledges are very active having Ken Alexander named outstanding pledge and Andy Patterson, Presi- dent of Interfraternity Pledge Council. Varied extra-curricular interests have drawn the Delts to most of the leading campus activities. Jack Stauif, who served as editor 52381 of the Panther and chairman of many leading committees, was selected as Senior Worthyg john Brosky, editor of the Owl, is a member of O.D.K. and captain of the cross-country teamg Dave Naley was successor to Stauff on the Parzzfherg Bill Benghauser, John Stahl and jim Clowes were on the varsity football team with Bill Beerbower and Ed Cornelius as head managersg Howard Hanna Was chair- man of Freshman Camp, and Bob Soles was a member of S.F.A. and the swimming team. On the Delt's calendar were numerous dances, sports, parties, dinners, Founders Day Banquet, Mothers' Club dinner, and a Faculty reception. Seniors graduating are Stauff, Brosky, Beerbower, Benghauser, Dick- inson, Hanna, Newbury, Sands, Stahl, Sven- son, and Swenson. These men know the meaning of fraternity. ? eq-I-rn - an ...---. writ. -W--aa !-- --------f- PHI DELTA Phi Delts' rushing seasons are usually very successful, and this year proved to be no exception-the boys from Dithridge Street pledged eighteen rushees. This successful rushing can be attributed to the fine tactics of President Bob Feightner, Vice President Bob Crissman, and Pledge-master Ken Defoe. The boys opened their rushing affairs on Monday evening with a smoker, which in- cluded movies and a performance by a magician. On Tuesday evening, the boys had Monte Carlo night, Wednesday evenings feature attraction Was a theatre party featur- ing the music of jimmy Lunceford and his THETA orchestra. Thursday evening was sports night, and Friday evening the boys journeyed to South Park for a picnic. The concluding affair Was a very successful house dance on Saturday night. Throughout the Week the rushees were entertained by varsity football players, Bob Stodgell and Bob Crissman, and Roy Ruane, President of S.F.A. When silence Week was over and eighteen rushees answered the Phi Delt call to frater- nalism, the boys began laying plans for their next rushing season. President ..... ROBERT FEIGI-ITNER Wee-President . . . . . ROVERT CUSSMAN Secretary . , . THOMAS MONAHAN Treaszwer . . .... ROBERT SELL Front Row: Andrews, Stodgell, Sell, Crissman, Kondrat, Feightner, Nicholas, Plunkett, Carlson. Woodlioiise, Economos, Jones, Shields, Hutcheson, Defoe, Monahan, Barner. VVidmer, McFadden, Truschell, Keenan, Harris, Kenny, Nossek, Riemer. l259j J.. PHI GAMMA DELTA Top Row: Quick, Clemmer, Steiner. Ncwstetter, Sheppard, Frazier, Hamilton, Evans, Simpson, Yocum, Burgur, Good. McFadden, Egan, Miller, Mansheld, Cripple, Powell, Reis, Uptegraff, Griiifiths, Masquclier, Bariy, Thurbon, Bortz, Brossman. Cronemeyer, Bitner, Colvin, Quigley, Myer, Eckhart, Grannis, Patrick, McBride, SclIlieh1Iuf, Wzirne, Bradley. President . . . ....... joI-IN BITNER Secretary. . . .... YVILLIAM CLEMMER Treasurer. . . . WILLIAM CRONEMEYER Historian. . . . . . RICHARD lVIANsIfIELD For the third consecutive year, the Phi Gains were presented with the l.F. All-Point trophy at the I.F. Ball. Athletic Chairman jim Warne, who received the trophy, ex- pressed his appreciation to all of his brothers who had helped to pave the way to victory. In taking the trophy, the champs won a total of five firsts, two seconds, and three thirds. Their five nrsts were gained in the track meet, the swimming meet, the sweepstakes, paddle tennis, and, for the fourth consecutive year, volleyball. Along with these first places, the boys took seconds in golf and speedball, 1:2401 and third positions in mushball, basketball, and table tennis. The Phi Gams did not coniine their activ- ities to athletics, but did their best to make the school social affairs a huge success. Bill Clemmer, member of S.F.A., Was chairman of the junior Prom, and Al McCardle, who is also a member of S.F.A., acted as chairman of the Yuletide Festival. Dick Mansfield, president of I.F. Council and the Engineering school, and Bob Eckhardt, business manager of the LF. Ball, also helped the Interfraternity Council throughout the year. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha lost no time in support- ing the Pitt football team as all of the brothers gathered at the chapter house early on the morning of the first football game of the season to go en masse to the stadium. Before leaving the house, after a typical Lambda Chi bull session, the boys filled up with hot chocolate and cookies. As soon as the last cup of chocolate warmed them for the blustery afternoon, the boys were off to the stadium. No sooner at the stadium, and seated, than they began to back the Panther by joining in songs and cheers. Half-time found the Lambda Chi's eating hotdogs and drinking hot coffee and talking over the situation. President .... Vice-President. . . Secretary .... Treasurer . . . When the gun sounded ending the game, the boys were so hoarse from yelling that they decided to call it a day and rest their vocal chords for the next game. Lambda Chi's didn't back only the football team, though. Every Pitt Player's show was well supported for Brother Bill Wilson, Presi- dent and Business Manager of Players. It was culture and brawn both that appealed to them this year. , Not to be omitted is their new chapter home, either. This year found the Lambda Chi Alpha's in a smart new home at the Fairfax Apartments. GEORGE D. BUNDER . . FRED E. HASLEY GEORGE R. SHIFLER VVILLIAM O. WILSON Standing: Guardiuo, Holsinger, Popiel, Harick, Adams, Patton, King, Hannon, Blmder. -Vifilson, Garnctta, Baird, Hasley, Hall. 52413 PHI EPSILON PI Back Row: Margolis, Middleman, Whiteman, Oseroff, Kamber, Marcus, Dutch, Bronk, Barrach, Berman, Cantor, Weissman, and Bass. Greenblatt, Broudy, Senk, Colton, Gould, Deutelbaum, Zelenski, York, Davis, Hamburg, Mussoff, Reich, Silverman, Levinson, Ruben, Cohen, and Sandson. Greenberg, Briskin, Silverberg, Weisberger, Bachrach, Sadja, Barish, Goleman, Lenchner, and Kramer. Superior ....... . . JAMES DEUTELBAUM Vfice-Superior ..... ..... S AM Mussorif Recording Secretary ...... Joi-IN PAUL LEVINSON Corresponding Secretary ....... ROBERT DAVIS Treasurer .......... ....... D AN SENK The Phi Eps think they really have some- thing to put their thumbs in their vests about this year. And looking back over the main events, they seem to have done quite well. They opened the year with a tremendous fall rushing and followed it up with quite a favorable mid-year rush season. In fact the Phi Eps pledged the second largest number of men during the year. And they did their part in keeping up the scholarship average for fraternity men. In spite of the fact that they carried an abund- ance of credits, the boys managed to end up in second place on fraternity row. In the whirl of social events the Phi Eps were by no means slackers. Dick Barach's excellent planning made their "Gay Nineties L242J Dance" the peak of the year. Mustached actives waltzed their bustled dates from one room to another. And the chapter kissed the boys good-bye at a banquet and spring formal for the seniors. Inevitable at every affair was Stan Barish and his camera taking clever shots. From last year's Owl photography editor, Stan moved up to this year's managing editor. And sport fans relish in sports editor Zelenski's columns in the Pitt News. just to prove that they are all-around boys the Phi Eps took irst place cups in inter- fraternity touch-football and ping pong. They won iirst place cups for interfraternity and intramural tennis, as well. SIGNIA ALPHA EPSILUN "How do you stand in the draft?" was the question of the year among fraternity men. Several of the boys from the S.A.E. house held low numbers-Prexy Bill Stormer and George Smith first heeded the call of Uncle Sam, and there is a disconcerting rumor around the house that more men are going to be getting up to the bugle instead of the alarm clock in the near future. But in spite of the draft, the S.A.E.'s are gathering no moss as they roll along in activities. On campus Bill Stormer heads Men's Council and drum-major Bob Davis is President of College Association. ln lnterfraternity bowl- ing, ping pong, and volleyballthe boys placed well up in standings. To varsity athletics the Sigs contributed footballers Walt West and Bill Dillon, trackrnan Dick Wilt, and baseball men Johnny Brown, Jimmy Mc- Cullough, and Dave Williams. But all ac- tivities aren't carried on outside the class- room and the fellows are justly proud of their scholastic average. House dances are getting more and more popular with the S.A.E.'s and every other Saturday night, if you walk up Bellefield Avenue you can hear Glenn Miller or Tommy Dorsey swinging out. President .... . . . BILL STORMER Vice-President . . . . . FRANK RICHMOND Secretary . . . .... DAVE WILLIAMS Tvfeasmfef' . . . ......... BOB LOTZ Family Advisor. . . MR. KARL OERMANN Top Row: Williams, Wiltman, Howard, Ziel, Grecnzlwald, Soutliworth. Q. A McCullough, Copetas, West, Speed, Davis, Scliug, Lotz, Hitc. Reese, Dunn, Stormcr, Boyle, Richmond, Hammond. Robertson, Yolton, Miller, Hall, Smith. 52431 PHI KAPPA Front Row: Cleary, Prushnok, Charland, Connell, R. Cusick, Fuchs, Sotack, Sekerak Langan, Dax, Carroll, Scatton, McDonough, Toia, Fall, Garver, Kelley McCarty Lamb, Kram, Durishan, Covato, Benz. President .... . . . B013 CUSICK lfice-President. . . . . . THOMAS LAMB Secretary . . . . . SMITH CHARLAND Treasurer . . . . . . LEONARD FUCHS With final examinations a thing of the past, the senior brothers of Phi Kappa donned their formal clothes to join the underclassmen at the annual Phi Kap spring formal. For on this night, the graduating seniors were attend- ing the Hnal big social affair given in their honor by the underclassmen at Chartiers Heights Country Club. All during dinner, Joe Connell, varsity football player and Tom Lamb, member of S.F.A. reminisced With Bob Tyberski and Leonard Fuchs over their l2441 college days, While Smitty Charland and Al Fall were busy discussing plans for the future. After dinner was served and the plates taken away, President Bob Cusick gave a farewell message to the seniors, and then dismissed the boys to do as they pleased for the evening. With confetti, balloons, and banners flying all over the ballroom, the brothers and pledges danced until early in the morning, and then after the last goodbyes were exchanged, the seniors bid adieu to Phi Kappa. 5 1 PI KAPPA ALPHA Examination time at the Pi Kappa Alpha house finds a sudden change from activities men who are usually engaged in athletics, politics, and student publications to scholars engaged in statistics, chemistry, and literature. Looking in one room we find President Gus Wilde, who devotes his spare time to swim- ming for the varsity, or else is leading a discussion at S.F.A. meeting, taking time out for an hour or two of cramming in prepara- tion for exams to come. In the next room, Ed Tait, President of S.F.A. and O.D.K. is studying Hnance notes with Ben Foote, Who has just finished tucking away his plans for Spring Festival Week. Jim Dimel, vice presi- dent of O.D.K., and cadet-colonel in the R.O.T.C. is busy taking down notes for his final exam before leaving for the army. Upperclassmen aren't the only ones cram- ming, because it is also the underclassmen's grades which are taken into consideration for the scholarship plaque, therefore it is no wonder that examination time for the PiKA's is serious business. President .... , . . GUS WILDE Vrlce-President. . . . D. J. BAILEY Secretary . . . . . . GEORGE WEDD Treasurer . . . RICHARD KRAMER Top Row: Siano, Kramer, Mcisel, Truxell, Antonopolos, Albright, Vates, Myers, C. Page, Lace, McCloskey. Burkhart, Bello, Smith, Walker, Miller, jackson, Elmer, Armagost, Boyce, Walther. G. Wilde, B. Page, Verklin, R. Wilde, Anderson, Black, Wedd, Carlson, Buchanan, Stotler, Dimel, King. Bailey, Kissel, Syka, Fair, Steinkirchner, McBurney, Runk, Morgan, Mash, Foote. 52453 PI LAMBDA PHI Top Row: Silverman, Isaacson, Klcinerman, Bree. Fisher Weiss Klein joseph, Levinson, Endy, Simon, Klinkenstein. jubelirer, Stein Derman, Dietz, Buchman, LeVine, Faberman, Engelsberg, Kreimer Wolk, Bandman, Finegold. Rex, . . .... P . . . CARL V. STEIN Archon ....... . . . SHERMAN S. JUBELIRER Scribe .......... WILLIAM L. KLINKENSTEIN Keeper of Exchequer. . . CHESTER G. BANDMAN, JR. Social Cha-irmcm .......... JEROME FINEGOLD "Out to the Ball---Back for Breakfast!" That's the sign the PiLams hang on their cloorknob every weekend. This year their unique thematic house dances filled the gaps between the big events of the University's social calendar. What really kept them busy, though, was helping their brothers make the school dances successful. They started in December when Gerald Isaacson was Business Manager 'of the Yuletide Festival, and the PiLam choristers brought more glory to the house that night by carrying off runner-up honors in the Interfraternity Sing. In january the boys tied their white ties to help Business Manager Dietz put the Junior Prom in the black-and brushed off their tails again for Chairman Sherman lube- lirer's Pan-American I-F Ball in February. l246j Of course PiLams didn't spend all their time gadding about-they upheld their high standards of scholarship, activities, and ath- letics. Permanent possession of the Inter- fraternity Scholarship Award was given to the PiLams, who hung it opposite the scholar- ship award from their national fraternity. Business Manager julian Silverman kept the Pitt News on the credit side of the ledger, and Hillard Kreimer balanced the books of both S.F.A. and the Owl. In other circles on campus, Hillard sported an O.D.K. key, and Rex Carl Stein served as Vice-President of Interfraternity Council. In athletics, the PiLams conquered a double crown in Bad- minton this year, coming out on top in both the Interfraternity and Intramural leagues as well as several second places in other sports. SIGMA CHI Known for years as a scholastic fraternity, the Sigma Chi's are equally as proud of their social affairs, largest of which Was their winter formal which they held one week before the Christmas Vacation at the Longue Vue Country Club. This annual affair joined with the Phi Delts of Pitt and the Beta Theta Pi's of Tech. These three fraternities, founded together at the University of Miami, meet each year in holding their "Miami Triad Dance." The brothers danced to the music of Rusty Williams and decorations displayed the Coats of Arms of the three fraternities. This year the Sigma Chi's published their own local publication, "The Smoky City Sig", with Rudy Holloman, president of Y.M.C.A., as editor. The boys also proved their worth in athletics when they won the I. F. bowling championship for Mark Ander- son, prexy of the house and captain of the bowling team. President .... . . lVfARK ANDERSON Vice-President. . . . . . ROBERT M. JORDAN Secretary .... . . RICHARD B. ROBERTS Treasurer . . . . . . ROBERT E. BALL Top Row. Hays, Focer, Erdlac, Kimberling, Hurkins, DeMase, Dennis, Lesker, McAfee, Lindsay, Schultz. Sites, Atkinson, Becraft, Weitzel, Hogsett, Charnell. Zerby, Foliart, Sinclair, Donaldson, Roberts, Jordan, Johnston, Holloman. Anderson, Schaughency, Glasson, Ball, Vonfelrl. IQ24rfI SIGMA ALPHA MU Top Row: Wertheimcr, Binstock, Slovonsky, Linder, Michaels. Ripp, Spatz, I. Glass, A. Glass, Goldfeder, Sapolsky, Edelman Aaron Levinson, Coltin, Match, Frank, Maharan. President . . . . . . ELMER MATCH Secretary .... . . . NIELVIN FRANK Treasurer. . . . . . IRWIN H. Gnrss MY, , M, Y - The premier of "Club Sammy" on the evening of February 6, 1942, Was attended by all brothers of Sigma Alpha Mu and their guests. The chapter house on Neville Street Was decorated as a night club and a sign read- ing f'Club Sammy" was hung out in front of the house. There was a miniature bar in the living room, and the bartender served cokes and cookies to ally there Were also "slugs" for the many pinball machines which f248J were scattered throughout the house. Sand- wiches were served at tables in the dining room by a few of the pledges serving as Waiters. The evening ended in a blaze of glory as chairman Sig Edelman closed "Club Sammy" with the singing of "Fast and Firm", the fraternity song of the Sammies as scrub- vvomen-pledges began to stack chairs on the table a la Stork Club. ,Eg A . B THETA CHI It was "cooperation" this year in the Theta Chi house. But this might be misleading, because the cooperation was not entirely with- in the house. The major cooperative move- ment was with the T.P.A. 's. This cooperative spirit was culminated in the Valentine Dance at the house during rush week when the T.P.A.'s entertained rushees and brothers- you can guess who fared the best. Brothers Fitchko and Jones ably upheld Theta Chi on the gridiron, and doubled on the hardwood floor to bring the second place basketball trophy into the house. Dances at the house President .... Vice-President. . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . this year were many and not far between. A dinner party after the Purdue game, a barn dance in November, and a dinner dance for the pledges in February are just a few of the high spots of the social calendar of the year for the Theta Chi boys. Bill Russell was awarded the scholarship key, given each year to the pledge with the highest scholarship average. So it was dances, cooperation, and more dances, with a bit of books wedged in to finish another successful year for boys from Dithridge Street. . . JOHN MCCOY . . ROBERT VETTER . . DAVE TRUAN . . .JIM WEITZEL Top Row: Oaks, J. McCoy, Russell, G. McCoy, Matus, Brew, Lloyd, Vetter, Murdy, Truim. McGahey, Lt. Campbell, Schlacter, Wilson, Fitchko, Jones. L249J i ALPHA PHI DELTA i 1 , :. ..,s. i swf. o-1-Q-i-49.1.- 'ow' Back Row: Travaiol, Ranii. .5 De-Censo, Pctronc, Franconeri, Chaffo. Fazio, Mezzuto, Martorelli, Capone, Colette, Panizza. Cerchiara, Bruni, Scotti, Cerchiara, Christiano, Sirianni, Bellisima, Galiardi. Pontano, Monda, Brungo, Julliano, Gilberti, Ccrto, Ccravolo. President ..... . . PAUL F. CERCHIARA Vice President . . . . . . GEORGE SIRIANNI Secretary .... ..... M IKE GILBERT1 Treasurer . . . .ANTHONY R. SCOTTI Debunking all superstition of number thirteen, Alpha Phi Delta organized for boys of Italian decent, Was recognized on the Pitt campus as the thirteenth fraternity. It was first planned a year ago, but had to undergo a period of probation, prescribed by Inter- fraternity Council, during which its members had to show a certain amount of activity in academic and extra-curricular Work. Those members who formed the nucleus, that today niunbers twenty-two actives are: Paul Cerchiara, Carmen F. Capone, John Chaffo, George Sirianni, and Albert Ceravolo. Alpha Phi Delta holds its business meetings f25Oj in one of the Cathedral rooms and takes part in all academic, political, and athletic pro- grams offered by the University. Its members could very easily be the cross-section of student life here at Pitt, they belong to numerous honorary fraternities, varsity ath- letic teams, student publications, the Pitt Band and numerous other non-academic ac- tivities. A. P. D. is not a new Greek letter fraternity on campus. It appeared here about six years ago, but due to financial difficulties it Was forced to bow out of the scene. The boys have a Well-rounded social calendar Which includes dances, picnics, smokers, and other social affairs. ,. f ..-,.. F"- 3... -'T ' ii. - if fa n L, --HE W Q - - X' .r :L 2-Sr W Q! A A 5' um a, we x ax A 1 . g m -M f- 5 df: Z ww , S B v 4 Q, "M 3 5 I p f .11 . V M94 55 Q Aw N Pkg F N Rl' K . .?!c1? ,Q 1 A . 1 9 G WW - 4"' XF ' ' . .r I ' - ' ' M I-z , F 1 " . 1' : - ' xi' 6 1 mf. - : ,mm TS af V ' 0 1" s x l -4-N3 -W: Q'EQr'1Tygf W TQM .JM- , ., M . 1,7 AT - f252l .TICS Living is made worthwhile only by having an abundance of health and a life full of happiness. Cheerful people With emotions that are strong and bouyant make for good companionship and right thinking. And, in this thought lies one of the chief aims of life: learning to live happily with others. All athletes know what this means, for in the great game of sports, one is taught to lead, to follow, to cooperate. lf a hundred hands were shown. you would spot the short stumpy hands of a football player and say, he will be able to stand up under criticism, you would point to the imbedded cinders in the knuckles of a track man and say he Will compete in a friendly rivalry and be a good loser as Well as a good Winner: and you will spot hands that grip baseball bats, hands that cut Water, and hands that toss a basket- ball. ln all you will know the men who have been taught to join Whole- heartedly in living with others. These men who have bodies of perspective, balance, and proportion are a justification and inspiration for the hope of all ages. '- mia In lye, a.r in alhleiiar, l'l3L'0l'dJ' are broken only by ,l70JU'l3J'J'L'l1g a badyfl for the denzaf-m'.f made 011 ii, and a lfllllld fraincd I0 aclirfflly and eficieflqy. 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' H, ,, ,A ,, ,- V :mfr ,, H , 1 ,M ff, Q. - , ,g m xl A Q ' , X,qU,15!f45H'w.uf,-4?2'f's4w1'aga.1!ggg!iisiifN!' V V Q. ,,L1W,A g - V Q . 5? w 'If 2 " A 1 1. 'lgggwff '. ., f . " - Mfuij Av. , f!9YqE'!4 My ' ' 'rm , in .Z L , . ,L S M.,-, . W V X w-gi Lf21 eff M . Q, ,F 4- Yi N 9 , C, :G W M H, x w ffwzfw wwf"f'-ffm " gin V v , :mgig-lv 5 - . 7 ' E 3 W .5 ..,', 1 V , x 'L FOOTBALL Coaches Doc Hartwig, Curly Stebbins, johnny Dickinson, Charles Bowser, Doc Greene, Bob Hoel, Nick Kliskey. When a team loses heavily through graduation, the outlook for the following season Will not be too bright. When a team has a back-breaking schedule Without any open dates or breathers the prospects are even Worse. But when a team is faced with both these problems, then the result is almost suicide. The University of Pittsburgh 1941 football team had to overcome both these hurdles and consequently iinished their season with a somewhat expected poor record. Defeats were handed the Panthers by Purdue, Michigan, Minnesota, Duke, Ohio State, and Penn State. On the opposite side of the ledger, the Pitt team recorded the names of Nebraska, Fordham, and Carnegie Tech. Outstanding for the Panthers were three seniors each of Whom won All-American recognition. These included end Stanley Gervelis, guard Ralph Fife, and left half back Edgar jones. It was jones' fine ball carrying plus the aid of his team's defensive Work that enabled the Pitt eleven to turn in impressive Wins over both Fordham and Nebraska. Bowser grits his teeth as tackler and ball-carrier clash Bob Crissman, Stan Gervelis, Bill Benghauser, Steve Sinclair, john Ross, George Mitchell, John Stahl, Al Kunkel. Joe Connell, Harry Kindleberger, Edgar Jones, Ralph Fife, "The song is ended . . . but the melody lingers on." This will be especially true to the boys who per- formed for the football team during the past season. Fifteen, in all, will once more lineup for dear old Pitt- not to play, but to receive their hard-won diplomas. GEORGE ALLSHOUSE, center . . . finally came through after being in the background for two seasons. WILLIAM BENGHAUSER, tackle . . . good defensively all year . . .the squad's English whiz. JOSEPH CONNELL, halfback . . . quite fast for his weight . . . triple-threat reserve. ROBERT CRISSMAN, tackle . . .big and rugged . . . defensively valuable. RALPH FIFE, guard. . .played brilliantly in every game, despite pre-season injury . . .team captain. , . one of the greatest guards in all Pitt history. STANLEY GERVELIS, end . . . big, quiet boy whose performance each Saturday spoke for himself . . . He and Fife played in East-West Shrine game at New Orleans. EDGAR JONES, back. . .came here heralded as a passer- deluxe . . . nicknamed "Special Deliveryl' for the victories he delivered over Fordham and Nebraska . . . elusive runner, fine passer, good kicker. . .received honorable mention on several All-American teams. HARRY KINDELBERGER, tackle . . . big, rangy lad. . .did yeoman service on the line. ALBERT KUNKEL, center . . . did not see much action. GEORGE MITCHELL, guard . . . good defensive lineman . . . played quite regularly. RAY RABINEK, guard. . .used in reserve roles. JOHN ROSS, back. .. good line plunger . . . heavy and rugged. JOHN STAHL, performed acceptably well all season . , . a good pass receiver and place-kicker. HAROLD STICKEL, back . . . smallest halfback on the team. STEVE SINCLAIR, center . . . great on defense and valuable in tight spots. There they are-our departing gridders. . ,,j,,, ' Back Row: Fitchko, Stahl, Benghauser, Mitchell, Kindleberger, Crissman, Lohmeyer, Clowes, Hcister, Kunkel, West, Dillon, Gestner, Coach Bowser, Brody, .Gebel, Ramsey, Allshouse, Economos, Stodgell, Stickel, Costello, Ward, Rabinek, Salvetia, Kozitlsl, Cgfervelis, Fife, Hmte, Ross, Dutton, Rosepink, Milanric, Meriades, M. Sinclair, S, Sinclair, Jones, Gates, Connell, ia er. Antonelli, Sotack, Router, Emriclc, Adamchic, Saska, Skladany, Mueller, Broida., Stitt, Pierre. H2571 PITT 7-DUKE 27 PITT 0-MINNESOTA 39 The third game of the season and still Pitt had to score the first touchdown. jones and Stetler made several nice runs but to no avail. The great Gopher team, probably the best in country, was too much for Pitt's weak defense. Led by Capt. Smith and Higgins, the Gopher backfield men sieved through the Pitt line. Meanwhile, the Gopher line check- ed every oiensive effort of the Panthers. f2581 Rated by football experts as the finest team in the Southern conference, Coach VVallace Wade brought the finest offensive machine of his career to Pittsburgh to meet the already thrice beaten Panthers. Again the outcome was the same as that which had taken place for the past three weeks-a one-sided defeat. Duke presented two very fine backs in Steve Lach and Jap Davis both of whom have received All-American mention. Pitt showed signs of life though and managed to score its first touchdown of the season when fullback johnny Ross scored on a short line plunge. PIT T 0-PURDUE 6 From the opening kickoff to the start of the second quarter, Pitt completely dominated the Pitt- Purdue football picture with a sustained drive which ended just short of the opponent's goal. Our boys weakened, however, and al- lowed Purdue Fullback John Petty to slash through the line from the two yard line for the only score in the second quarter. Pitt fought to get back in the game but to no avail. jones' frantic passes missed their mark and the Purdue line throttled the vaunted Pitt ground attack. PITT 0-MICHIGAN 40 With Bob Westfall and Tommy Kuzma running rough-shod through the Pitt line, the Wolverine trampled the Panther at Ann Arbor. Fumbles and a poor defense both on the ground and in the air combined with an erratic offense played havoc with the Pitt chances of victory. Stan Gervelis alone shone in defeat and consistently broke into the Michigan backfield. All was not lost however! The Pitt band made a de- cided hit with the Michigan fans. 'RID IRON SUMMARY All-American Steve Lach crashes through guard for Duke. PITT 14-OHIO STATE 21 - Victory! VVhat a high sounding Word and what a happy ending to a football game. But Davis, Duke fullback, picks up interference Pitt Couldrft use the Word OI. enjoy the result for the simple reason that the Ohio State Buckeyes came to town and promptly handed the Blue and Gold their ifth straight setback. er jamming off tackle. With "Special Delivery" jones leading the attack, the Panthers seemed to be quite an improvement over last Week, and at one time even seemed to have a fair chance of Winning. The Panther bandsmen, too, were completely overshadowed for the first time this year by a smooth Working Ohio State unit. PITT 13-FORDHAM 0 Thoroughly aroused by their five defeats and full of contempt for the high praise given the Fordham football team, Pitt scored the upset of the year by removing the Rams from the list of the nation's undefeated by a 13-0 score. For the second consecutive Week, Pitt's sen- sational halfback, Edgar jones, sparked the Panthers play with his fine running and de- fensive performance. It was jones' pass inter- ception of Blumenstockls pass that clinched the game for Pitt. 52593 Joltin' Joe Connell skirts left end. PENN STATE 31-PITT 7 Smarting from their two consecutive wins, the unpredictable Panthers lived up to their reputation of uncertainty and completely went to pieces before a con- certed Penn State running and passing attack. The Panthers gained one conso- lation from their defeat, however-the privilege of making the first touchdown. PITT 27-CARNEGIE TECH 07 Old Lady Luck continued to smile down upon the Pitt eleven as they com- pletely overwhelmed a hapless Carnegie Tech team and marked up their third win of the year. From the opening kickoff until the hnal whistle, the Panthers battered the undermanned Kiltie forward wall and tallied touchdowns in somewhat wholesale fashion. PITT 14-NEBRASKA 7 With the football experts throughout the country still stunned by the 13-0 upset of Fordham, the Pitt Panthers moved into Lincoln, Nebraska, and met a potentially strong Nebraska eleven. When the Pitt team came to Lincoln, they had visions of registering their second win of the season, but it was not until the hnal few minutes of play that that vision came true. Trailing 7-0 at halftime, the Panthers came back in the third quarter to tally and throw the game into a deadlock. All indications pointed to a 7-7 tie as the game went on, but a certain Edgar Jones had different ideas. The stellar Panther left halfback intercepted a Nebraska pass and raced sixty-five yards for the winning touchdown. Dutton plunges between the end and tackle. Special Delivery going on one of his touchdown jaunts down the sidelines. f26Oj ,..v Q -, J' ,. - .QE "ri y v,15:,3L,:f Q' ' I -'A" 1 x 1 ,, 1 HL ' 7' 13' ,"'.f aff - 1 ,R 1,3 K4 fcw- . 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Alcorn, jones, Mathews, Cleland. Paffrath goes up for the rebound. IZGZJ Despite the fact that the Pitt basketeers lost the entire starting lineup from last season's squad that was good enough to be one of the Eastern Representatives at the National Championship Tourney, Panther fans were quite optimistic at the start of this year for an- other great team. After all didn't Pitt have such stars as Larry Patfrath, Ed Ziolkowski, Clair Malarkey and Bob Artman returning? They did, but these boys couldn't seem to form a Winning combination. Jimmy Egan joined this quartet to form the starting lineup that lost its first three games of the season to Butler, Northwestern and lndiana before finally breaking into the victory column against Cornell at the Stadium. Triumphs over Carnegie Tech and Geneva gave the Golden Panthers an even break a third of the Way through the season. Penn State edged Pitt out here to shove the Carlsonites below the .500 41 ,J mark but a victory over California it State Teachers College again gave the Panthers an even split in eight games. A Pitt then hit its lowest per- formance of the year against VVest Virginia when the Mountaineers hlalarkey tricks his opponent. Army -,,, ....... . , .,., H38 '- 5 - 'seaieaifaflfecsaa im, ., if ' i, 1.4, L.,AL -f we swam, 75 ' Eigtcigw '- , - 'wifi 35m--wmv' 1 - sf, ,li-iq. ,mraw.,1Wf: 1 il W w7-.x -B ,, , 1 Q sz azxszrzsife' 21f1lff2"2. 5'?"'wvwS ' Seine' 'lm 'N' l P M Wwsrwls.."..' it 'Q VI' l ,'.: . , r S 3- f5Eig39'3Q'i3ZQ?Qigg, 54 "lv ' 1 it ,.,W:11 , wfawi fi .. ,..s,,. . ,, ON THE COURTS t BASKETBALL RECORD Northwestern... . .. .. ......... 44 Pitt..........r.32 Butler ........... . ..... ....... 3 9 Pitt .....r...... 29 Indiana ...... ...... . .. 150 Pitt .......... ..41 Cornell ....r. . .. 32 Pitt ....... .1139 Carnegie Tech .... .... ....., 3 4 Pitt ............ 64 Geneva ...... . ..... ...... . . ........ H38 Pitt ....... . ..5l Penn State. ..,.........., . .... ........ 3 4 Pitt ............ 30 California State Teachers..33 Pitt ....r.....r. 45 West Virginia ...............r...... 66 Pitt ............ 47 Geneva ...r,.i...,..................... .54 Pitt ...... 1. ...42 Indiana State Teachers. ..... 37 Pitt .,.......... 47 Carnegie Tech ........ . ........ 56 Pitt. ....... ....46 Penn State ........... . ..... -33 Pitt.. .... .... . .28 VVestminster., ,.... . ....... 53 Pitt .... .... . .148 28 Pitt .........rr. trouneed the Panthers in a game in which Kesling tallied 32 points to tie the Sta- dium record set by Eddie Straloski of Pitt against Carnegie Tech in 1940. Pitt couldn't snap out of its lethargy and Doc Carlson's boys were downed in a return game with Geneva. -? am' 1 mr W, .-aagsmf.-awz 1 'W' A.. X... ...sa.ul Doc Carlson looks at the Record. for an average of 13.8 points per game. The Panthers finished their season with games against lndiana State Teachers and VVestminster. Even the referee can't make the genial Doctor frown. One of the bright spots in an otherwise disappointing season was the blossoming of Larry Paffrath into one of the greatest scorers in Pitt history. The Butler boy tallied 58 field goals and 22 fouls for a total ot 138 points in his first ten games Thev cncl their basketball careers P2l.l:lil'Z1l.l1 i Ziolkowslci Egan l2G3j CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK Mile Relay Team: Perctic, Stickel, Carter, Smith. Pitt reached another milestone on the inter collegiate cross-country road this year and on the way discovered a new sophomore star, Bill Curtis, who outran the entire field to take first place against Michigan State. Against the Army at West Point, Curtis brought Pitt's colors past the finish line first with a time of 22:29. His team-mates were not as successful, and the Panthers harriers bowed out with a 20-35 setback. Varsity relaxes in thc track house before :1 big meet. Doc is a valuable man to take care of shin splints. Pitt finished with more defeats than triumphs, but only after putting up a stiff fight with the opposition. Captain john Brosky lead the Olson boys in their first meet of the season against Michigan State, and the Panthers were defeated 34-21. After taking their second meet at Cleveland, Pitt lost to the Army and Penn State before the Panthers entered the I.C.A.A.A.A. meet in New York. Coach Olson, Gibian, McCluskey, Scott, Armstrong, Curtis, Broslcy, Allias, Graham, Foote, Frey, Smith, Miller, Saunders. I 264 J First Row: Foote, Campbell, McGibbney, Rhoades, Peretic, Davis, Curtis, Zupanic, Patterson, Saunders VVinch, Smith, Jessup, VViley, Carter, Miller, Allias, Coach Olson. It's been a cold and tepid year for the track team this seasong mostly cold. The schedule read . . . Boston A. A., Millrose Games, Ohio State, N. Y. Athletic Club, Michigan, and IC4-A. Of these, the Panther squad was able to salvage a Win in the Boston meet and the mile relay championship in the Mill- rose Games. Placing was the best they could do in all of the other races. The mile relay team of Bill Carter, Harold Stickel, Al Peretic, and Bob Smith covered the distance in the Winning time of 325.5 at the New York Millrose Games and have been "Bullet" Bill Carter, Harold "Happy" Stickcl as sprinters, they come no better. the backbone of the Gold and Blue squad. Men like Doyle Rhoades, Maurice Jessup, Marcus Allies, and Bill Curtis, an outstand- ing cross-country performer, crossed the finish line ahead of the field or took places in their specific events. Carter and Stickel ran in the 60-yard dashes in addition to running on the mile relay teamg Carter, being versatile enough to add the broad jump to his other events, and Stickel, not to be outdone, took part in the low hurdle races this season. Carter Was the third Pitt man to Win the I C 4-A meet title in six years. Carter also took third in the broad jump. "Dusty" Rhodes, Maurice "Red" ,Ir-ssiip pole vaulters that soar high. Coach Olson looks over the champions. BASEBALL agp TX Coach Mitterling wonders: two on, two out, what a spot. A hit right now would mean a lot . . . This is baseball's senior year at Pitt: four seasons ago the University included the sport in its athletic program. The problem of replacements looms as a large one for Coach Ralph Mitterling. Grad- uation cut heavily into last year's prize squad which Won nine of the twelve games played, taking all but three of the regular members. tfAmong those missing from the team will be pitcher Bob Malloy who personally accounted for six of the victories, and Eddie Straloski, Ernie Bonelli, and Guy Guadagnino whose .350 and better batting averages did much to make up the Panther attackj But even greater than the problem of re- placements is that caused by the war and the accelerated college program. The annual spring trip through the south has been can- celled. The possibility of extending the base- ball season throughout the summer depends entirely on being able to schedule other teams and on having enough players attend the extra session to make up a team. The Pitt baseball picture has all the unsettled aspects of a current affairs map, its only bright spot being a group of exceptionally promising sophomores. "'11s3Lw.-- . H - 1 ' i ,- ,,i15.g 1 ...iv . . s. , ., - .wg , . . , ,W ' . ff ,V Q Q7 .+Aff ' 7fff s, v 4 gf ai. ,.,ae:wf..eg-at - w r ' - , vi . '.. P N 'H ' i. His " "" ' S 'fl will my 2 wmi fil"w"'ll",.J??5-Jlwwwnln re comes the pitch . . . and Jones sends If Hleatherecl covered sphere hurtling through the air." s 1 I 1 . . , and once more the spheriod flew. . .V He attempts to bunt, it's foul . and from the bond f black with people there arose a muH'led roar. OF , A high fly . . i. a sickly silence fell upon the p:'1I,v11 Pitt 5-West Virginia 1 i V V V 9+-Riegfimiondl i V it 3-North Carolina State 3-South Carolina State 12 , 9-Army 3 4-Indiana Teachers 2 V 10-West Virginia 6 7-West Virginia 5 1 o-West Virginia 3 19--PenngState pg i5 4-New 3-Penn'State l Won 9 ' Lost 3 Pct. .750 of that game. in It's a ball, wide and high. ... 1 7 52671 VVith the coming of the 1942 season .,i i. 5. Qi 4. it M L on, Sutnick, Capt. Cosgrove, Samson, Orloff, G. Wilde, R. Wilde, Kramer, Kurrcn, Krongold, Zaslolf, Kaulc, Coach Ben Grady. Although they lost heavily through gradua- tion, the University of Pittsburgh swimming team presented a strong aggregation, one which was capable of meeting the best in country on an even basis. The Pitt team was completely reorganized as a result of the losses from the 1941 team and had to shift several key men around so as to attain the maximum strength. Heading the list of lettermen upon whom Pitt coach Ben Grady were Herb Cosgrove, Gus Wilde, Joseph Orloff, Martin Kramer, and Albert Samson. Among the early opponents of the Panther mermen were Rider College, Penn State, and Captain C osgrovc Ohio State. In their meets with the form two, the Pitt swimmers turned in impressij victories while against the Buckeyes fror Ohio State they met defeat. Outstanding for the Panthers this seaso were three boys, each of whom is a speciali in his field. Captain Herb Cosgrove handle the breast stroke duties, junior Gus managed the free style chores, and joe took part in the relays. In addition to the regular meets held Franklin 85 Marshall, Kenyon, Michigan and Slippery Rock, the Pitt swimmers ticipated in the Eastern Ii Swimming meet held at Rutgers. the University tennis team looked forward to many successes. Last year's squad, with six victories against four defeats, showed a strong, well balanced attack, and most of its players are back this season. However, the draft may force the Panthers to use several newcomers in their lineup. Trimble and Grance, each with six singles and four double victories to their credit in 1941 will return to form the nucleus of the 1942 team. Aiding these players will be Nickeson and Reese, both with two years of experience behind them. Other holdovers, Wynn and jorden, will round out what promises to be the most balanced Pitt team in recent years. Included among the list of Pitt opponents will be Navy. The Middies will be back with the same team that defeated the Panthers last season. Lzesj Tennis Team: Nickenson, Reese, Trimble, Grance, VVynn, Jordcn, Norbut, RIFLE TEAM The Panther marksmen opened their 1942 season in wobbly fashion but compiled a successful record. They were defeated only by Kansas State, City College of New York, and the University of Cin- cinnati. These setbacks were more than balanced when the Blue and G-old Riflers finally found them- selves and registered six straight wins. Other strong teams which faced the Pitt squad were Virginia Military Institute, Michigan State and Cornell. Highlight of the Pitt campaign were the brilliant performances of captain Larry LaSpada and new- comer Bruno Cengia. Bill Shuck and Johnny Helbling also played a prominent part in the fine showings of the Panthers. Sgt. McDonald, Haywood, Dickinson, Hoffman, Middleton, Burr, Vajda, Scnzio, Capt. Wills Matera, Schaper, Helbling, Davis, Shuck, Da Spada, Ross, Stein. GOLF Three lettermen from the 1941 team will return this season to make the University of Pittsburgh golf team one of the strongest in the East. Those golfers who saw a con- siderable amount of action last season and who are back for another year are Simpson, Kramer, and Butcher. These boys are ex- pected to Hll the numbers 1, 2, and 3 spots respectively. Chief interest of the Panther linksmen will be centered upon the Eastern Inter-collegiate Golf Association championship. The Uni- versity of Pittsburgh golfers have eleven matches carded for the current season, and with a fair amount of breaks they should emerge with an enviable record. Among those teams opposing the Panther are Prince- ton, Cornell, Navy, Penn, Penn State, West Virginia, Carnegie Tech, W. 8: I., Slippery Rock, and Georgetown. Golf Team: Bill Kramer, Harry Simpson, Jim Butcher, Bob Walkingham. I269j Frank Carver, succeeding James Potts as director of intermural sports, arranges summer schedule. ...wifi Paddle tennis champs. Delta Tau Delta's three-season reign over fraternity table tennis was ended this year by an almost unbeatable Phi Epsilon Pi squad. Number one man Alex Zelenski, Pitt News Sports Editor, and teammates Jim Deutelbaum, Curt Greenberg, and Bob Broudy set a torrid pace of 78 Wins and 6 losses. Pi Kappa Alpha Won second place and Phi Gamma Delta came in third. fzvoj INTRAMURALS Holding to the contention that every student at- tending the University should engage in some form of athletics, James Potts and Frank Carver, who shared the leadership of the intramural program during the past year, again provided a varied and interesting program. V The fall schedule again featured touch football, speedball, paddle tennis and badminton. Five sports occupied the spotlight in the Winter programg basket- ball, bovvling, ping pong, swimming and volleyball. Spring afforded the most interesting program, all of the sports being of the outdoor variety. The program consisted of mushball, golf, horseshoe pitching and track events. This variety of sports afforded a chance for com- petition in numerous types of athletics for the entire male student body. On the paddle tennis front, the Phi Gams lost once While Winning 17 contests, with the result that they ended three full games ahead of the Pi Lambda Phi's. The Pi Lams Won 14 games and lost four. Bill Colvin matched with alternating teammates Dick Quigley and Jack Davis to record their .944 average. Burt Engelsberg and Len Wollc were standouts for the Pi Lams. Represented by lefty jim Deutelbaurn and lanky Bob Broudy, last year's champion Phi Ep duo came in third. Loss of VVally Hirsch, who teamed With Deutelbaum, affected the team's chances as they could garner only eight Wins While losing 10 con- tests. Phi Gams lead again in volleyball. i 5 G rady Mitterling Hocl The Pi Lambda Phi's are the new champions of the Badminton League. The Pi Lams ended in first place ive full games ahead of the second place Pi Kappa Alpha. Pi Lambda Phi Won 18 games While losing only three, one of these losses being a forfeit to the Phi Delts. jerry Le Vine and Jerry Finegold, a pair of sophomores, played in every contest and Were responsible in a great Way for the Pi Lam record. The Dclt Bowling Team rolls off. ' V L Shaeffer Martin Hartwig The PiKA's and Phi Epsilon Pi were tied for second place in the standings with 13 victories against eight defeats. Dick Kramer, and Tom Armagost and Barney Runk starred for Pi Kappa Alpha, While Cuddy Briskin and Larry Morris stood out for the Phi Eps. Phi Gamma Delta finished in third place with a record of 10 Wins and 11 losses, with Delta Tau Delta in fourth place, having nine triumphs against 12 setbacks. Phi Ep ping pong champs. L271J Xrtman, Matthews, Lohmeyer, Ziolkowslci, Josephs, Swacus. For the third straight year, the Punks have been crowned Intramural touch football champs. Led by Captain Ed Ziolkowski, who also captained the All- Intramural squad, the three-time cham- pions battered down all opposition. ln the Engineering League, the battle was between the A. E. 85 M. E. Seniors and the A. E. 8: M. E. Sophomores, with the former victorious. Dave Mamaux was outstanding for the Seniors, while Vern Huff was the Sophomore star. The extremely tense Fraternity League action was climaxed by the final game between PiKA and Phi Epsilon Pi, with the Phi Eps the winner. Jay Silverburg and freshman Fig Dutch led the fraternity champs. Thoinas Steiner, Renter, Hamilton, McBride, Quick, W'arne, Good, Thurbon. I 1 I 5 .A - 3 . ' g gi ' 1 -.. J' if- 2-3 ft . -- .- ' .J iff ., ' 5 vu- X' 'frg'f-.lf 1 .b . -, -393,- -XL, Mft". i-,wtf ' Rurmerups in touch football. Connell sinks one for the Phi Kaps. Witli a full time summer session being held at Pitt due to the accelerated school program, a summer intramural program was being planned by director of intra- mural athletics Frank Carver. It was expected that the summer sports would be much like those of the spring card, with mushball being the featured activity The same aim of having a sports pro- gram of interest to all students to be carried out in planning for the summer events. if PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Dr. lvlorgzm, Buicrl, Bolster, Kuchncr, Stahl. President ...... ..,................, J O1-IN STAH1, Vice-President. .. . ..... BERNICE IQUEHNER Secretary ...... ....... Q lANE BOLSTER Treasurer .... ......... B OB BAIERL Advisor ...... ...... Composed of all the physical education majors, the Physical Education Club has as its purpose the advancement of professional- ism in the field of physical education. Under the leadership of president John Stahl, they gather in the Heinz House once a month for informal dinner meetings at Which time prominent guest speakers are presented. New ideas into the field of physical education are introduced and current problems are discussed. Affairs just for fun are of greatest im- portance to these students since recreation is one of their chief aims. The members of the club supplement this, however, by including movies, talks, and discussions in their pro- grams. Some of their outstanding achievements this year have been the "Blackout Dinner" at which time movies of an air raid on England were shown, the Freshman Reception, and MR. C. W. MORGAN the Sport Swing. The latter was a dance held in the Cathedral gymnasium for the honor of the athletes of the University, Perhaps the biggest event held by this club all year is Recognition Night. It is here that the club honors the outstanding junior and senior students in the field of physical educa- tion. An innovation this year is the Student- Faculty forum composed of members of the physical education faculty and members elected by each class. The aim of this group is to coordinate student-faculty opinion and also to work out policies for the physical education club. Members of the Student- Faculty forum are: Harriet Harris, John Stahl, seniors, Bernice Kuehner, Norman Fry, juniors: Mary jane Griffith, Walter Jones, sophomoresg Marcella Struzel, Fred Wilmer, freshmen. f273l WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Dolly Aclccr President ..... ..... D OLLY ACKER Vice-President. . . . . . NIILDRED ANDERSON Secretary ....... ..... H ELEN KORCH Treasurer ....... . . NIARGARET BIBZA WSGA Representative . . . . RUTH YARDUMIAN H2741 If Pitt students can't dance, it's not the fault of W.A.A., for one of the new items on the program of this organization was the bi- weekly jam sessions in the Cathedral gym. Peggy Brennan, chairman of the Co-Recrea- tion Committee, acted as dance master. But Dolly Acker, the president, claims that the association taught more than dancing. Harriet Harris, intramural sports chairman, had the job of coordinating a tremendous array of tournaments which gave every Pittite the opportunity to enjoy himself, to become adept in a variety of sports and to get his share of exercise. These tournaments, which involved class competition, varied from tennis, directed by Jessie Schutte, and badminton, with Geraldine Rust as chairman, to basketball, lead by Ruth Mendoza, and volley ball, chair- manned by Jane Bolster. And, for still more variety, the sports committee provided tourna- ments in bowling, with Irene Kornorski as head 'striker'g in archery, with Florence Levy playing William Tell, in swimming, with Harriet Blair chief splasherg and in riding, with Lucia Zylak holding the reins. Bernice Kuehner had charge of modern dancing classes in which Pittites learned to 'swing and sway' gracefully. Basketball, tennis, and badminton are rapidly becoming major winter activities in thc girls' sports program. The girls recognize that these games develop alertness, balance, and poise. Q- Q2 I , I Top Row: Linder, Anderson, Acker, Rust, Levy, Bolster, Hanlon, Hecht, Komoroski, Kuehncr. Korch, Harris, Mendoza, Brennan. One important aim of W.A.A. was better health, and Christine Grote's health com- mittee provided a complete program to help fulfill this aim. It included the Posture and Fashion Clinic in coordination with the Y.W. C.A. and Women's Choral, lectures by Dr. Auleen M. Jamison, and provisions for student relaxation in the gym between exams. Clara Hecht and her membership committee climaxed their fall membership drive with a picnic in South Park. Gizella Linder, his- torian, kept the scrapbook, and Mary Saranto- poulos publicized all the events of the year, including those arranged by Midge Anderson and her social committee. This committee arranged for "Bal Mystiqueu, traditional W. A. A. party for Freshman women, at which Carl Heinrich had Freshies and Seniors alike "rhumbaing". Also crowded on the social calendar were a barn dance, complete with straw, chickens, and barmaidsg a Scavenger Hunt for February Freshmeng a Christmas Partyg Snow Party in North Parkg a Mid- semester Outing at Laurel Ridge, skating and swimming parties, a spring bicycle excursion through Schenley Park, and the annual In- stallation Banquet. H2751 WOMENS SPORTS That each co-ed may express her desire in recreation, the women's sports program pro- vides a wide diversity of activity. It is largely set up for individual competition and to have at least one sport in which a girl is interested. Some of the more popular sports sponsored by the woman's physical department are basketball, tennis, archery, badminton, bowl- ing, volleyball, and modern dancing. 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Xlwui ' f T' 1-, H1112-" W1 HCI L14 G 1 VW, ' 'H -X rg -.qv 5 3 1 3 . - X ,N V N, 9,425 'KP A V '4 In X . , SIN 1, Mi V. 'mix N .5 ... X , W X h . 'L,','. f W5-'Ii N ,, Elin 'Umm ml g f A, ,lf SZ 1239 xxw , 'H V-- Q.. uf 1 Rf' L then zm extensive lmhlicity Campaign is Curried on . I E :F SOCIAL LIFE IZSOI Hand in hand with learning goes the social life of the student. Social life is not separate and apart from the rest of his life at Pitt, rather, the two are joined together like two hands. Swinging as a boy and girl stroll along the O. D. K. walk. I-lands portray the activities at social affairs: delicate hands picking up dainty sandwiches from a round glass platter, strong, masculine hands flick- ing ashes from a cigarette at a fraternity meeting, capable hands decorating the Main Ballroom with streamers, balloons and posters, limber hands of the orchestra leader directing smooth music, the slender white hands of a girl fastening boutonnierre into her escort's lapel. The hands of the student are continually being trained to create and to build, and in social life they are striving to better the art of social relationship and thus to build the very character of the student himself. The J'fL'l1dK!' fllllldd' qf a 'III'l'l'fl7J'f6l1 a b0llf0l'Zl'll'C'l'l'E l'l'Lf0 her' e.rc0f'!.r lapel. li281j FRESHMAN DANCE Chairmml Perlik, Business Manager, Brown and dates. Chairman ...... . . CHARLES PERLICK Business Manager. . . . VVILLIAMBROXVN Publicity Manager . . . NIYRON LEVINE Standing: Scheffler, Hamburg, W'hiteman, Steiner, Nash, Weissman, Adams, Baker, Shapiro, Smith. Maniaux, Levine, Franklin, Foote. Music by . . LEIGHTON NOBLE Veer' i-MJ, MJ QV' After several weeks of planning a program and figuring out a budget, N Chairman Charles Perlick, Business Manager Williani Brown, and Publicity Manager Myron Levine were well rewarded, when the Freshman Friendship Frolic, held at the Schenley Hotel proved to be a real success. if ii .if i. p its Music was furnished by Leighton Noble and his orchestra with Noble, him- self handling the vocals. The girls kept their small sachet dolls, which were given as favors, to remember the swell time they had. As the dance ended, a big barrage of balloons were released from the ceiling, and this marked the end of a perfect evening. ' 41.19 J 3ri:o,r.t.w fi QJ .il J bw ,i 4 f283J SOPH HOP Chairmzm Bortz, Brown, Couch, Goodman. Clzaqirmau ..... . . WILLIAM BORTZ Business Manager . . . HERBERT GOODNIAN Publicity Manager . . . . GEORGli CIHIIRIGOS Before Z1 Coke littered table, a couple lgnort their friends' conversation . . . A break in the middle of a dance, 1et's ge Heigh and Away We Q0 . . . good M V always attgagt attention. 114' .JT Top Row: Bortz, Sheppard, Plunkett, York, Kainaras, Leiber, Jenkins, Kohberger, Olunder, Miller, Lois. Fixel, Spzmn, Frank, Conick. Music by . . . BOB ASTOR I :ara , . 45 2 Q LJ . s . Almost a thousand Pittites bought Bond-like tickets that admitted them To Busty Bortz Soph Hop where Patriotic decorations carried out the defense theme. At the entrance to gayly lit Urban Room, a tm- a M -1 a a u s f W ,MTPQA MJT t s . E M- I.. -, si:-9' 1:14 J t i J 'I o- l Rations were given to the girls- Corsages of red and white carnations. In the spotlight was Bob Astor Whose solid band swung high and low To keep both sweet and swing fans jumping. lf 1 L o o l e 5 sl x ' ata .f ,lla .51-fJ5.5FJqQ5-.PQJg,D-55 f2851 w H I Ui Chairman A1 NICIXITHG, Evelyn Smith, Miriam Hcilc, Gemld Isaacson Clzaiwzzavi ...... . AL KICCARDLE Business Mfuzagef' . . . GERALD ISAACSON Publicity jiffL7ZILg67' . . . . D. j. BAILEY Clever designs and mirror reflcctionsren- lmncggl the atmospliqggfgf the IF Syyjipg. ffsz: W :wwf df, 15: 1 , H5v2'w IP l H fy , i , ' ' iMCITELdC1E1iiiiiii110iHS H the sing cup won by the Phi Gams. Engelsburg, Syka, Bailey, Isaacson, Davidson. Music by . . BILLY MUNDY 'Twas the night before Christmas vacation when fraternity men held their Yuletide Festival. The I. F. Sing Was held in the Commons Room of the Cathedral with the Phi Gams and Pi Lams Winning cups for their Wonderful sing teams. Following the sing, a dance was held at the Hotel Schenley to the music of Billy Munday's orchestra. Decorations were in the form of caricatures of the fraternity men. Chairman Al McArd1e and Business Manager Gerry Issacson managed things to the best of their ability and sent everyone off to a happy holiday season. I:2871 I i I N I " 3 iii R Q M w A '. L Chairman Clemmer, Betty Haldeman, Sylvia Amdur, and Business M anger Dietz. WE- MQ. JUNIUR 'syxllutrtvn M vm' -Aumwnvus Chairman ...... W1LL1,xM CL1zMM13R Business Manager. . . . . WIQNDELL DIETZ Publicity Manager . . . . EDWARD BYERS It was an great turnout for thc "Swccthc'a.rts of Pitt". Pitt Pourri's Torn Barr and Lois Galbreath sit out a few dances with Evelyn Smith, A1 Mc- Cardle and Lee McFadden. Barish had taken so many pictures, he decided to get himself in one of them. Q "J'r-f ,vTll:m5.i--,L-535 ig! 'B " Top Row: Egan, Mash, Holsinger, Wolk, Trrlvioli, Vates. Shuughcney, Spiegel, Blotter, Goodrich, Haldeman, Kreh, Yarclumian. Kalish, Pasedoff, Byers, Deitz, Bowen, Smith. Rhwhzby.. BOB CHESTER. jsfsilr- fm, J L55 few Pa Pitt turned out in Tux and Tails To Bill c1emmer's junior Prom Where Jim Dimel and Charlotte Harris Were selected as the "Sweethearts at Pitt." M. Wendell Dietz secured Bob Chester's band Ll S 4 J lil Y x 1 PX! Whicli played on the Spotlight Band Program From the Williani Penn's Urban Room Chi Cmega Won the award for The most beautiful "coat of arms" display. Leather utility cases were given as favors. to i"Fi'i3Vit3 .bi H Qt Je .Qu if fr ff 52891 7 F H IJ, A R F H 0 P Frank Hcnnenberg, Betty Haldcman, Chairman Pat Patterson, Harold Neff. Clmirmfm .,.... . MARG.fxRET PATTERSON Busmess Manager. . . . BETTY HALUEMAN Q A fI2I.llCC m reverse, XVILII thc boys gelung corsagcs . . . UllEl,fTCCl.C41 by drum beats and clz11'1I1ot.s, couples 5115 one ont. Some of the hearts that hopped. Back Row: Guslcy, Amdur, Coulson, Frobouck, Sundstrom, McKinney, Carlson, Olandcr, Smith, Robins, Cunningham, Dunnn, Hanna, Segelhorst, Stewart. Lewis, Boydjieff, Kalish, Smull, Patterson, Haldeman Werlinich, Buente, Ratner, Guzaniclc, Spann. Music by . . BILL LEROY fzaffr litem. Ll 9 ,M Corsages of radishes and carrots for the boys . . . Decorations consisting of song titles on the mirrors . . . Memo book favors for the boys . . . the date bureau in the elevator lobby . . . all set the stage for the Heart Hop, held at the Hotel Schenley on February 20th. 1 o 'iiisr igffh'f'eI,fTfP is f 2 e 1 e' t el on Q! ,rg I - wir'---JJ btarfin- V A it I iv Music was furnished by Bill LeRoy and his orchestra, While plans for this gala affair were Worked out by Peg Patterson and her all-girl crew of Workers. Intermission found many at the coke bar, and the playing of "The VVhite Cliffs of Dovernclimaxed a perfect evening. f-to -U sf l fx 4 s i so serif ,fi J, as T-In if , .le ffl: at if Jw f291fj INTERFRATERNITY BALL Chairman Julrclirf-r, Fiuklo, Eclchardt, Campbell, Sykn, Hcrspergcr. AL ff ,J Q, I 7 'i !. iv-A, ,ik 2. l Clzaiwmm ...... . SHERMAN JUBELIRER Business Mcmager. . . ROBERT IECKHARDT W Publimftlv lllnnager . . ..... JOHN SYKA 1' 1 FI'1llTCl'fllIy mon turn out in Lux and tails for the colorful IF Ball. How dancing couples looked the balcony of the main A crowded comer mtermissxon. 4' 1 l' lk, .li I Committee: Biron, Prushnok, Glass, Engelsburg, Syka, Jubelier, Davis, Swenson, Ludwig, Quigley, Eckhardt, Richards. Music by . . . BOB STRONG I, I I .-. r ' K l. -1 i V: ' . fi Tofu? gl f 1 ,J Q f V 5 You and I danced to the music of Bob Strong's band . . We danced to tha music in the William Penn Hall, Not as boy and girl but as senor and senorita In an atmosphere that was Pan American. ml, I I- .- I-- I ith: .'-f-I--.--,-,- flgi g L i I I I I- t -rfn-lfl,1.-:-f.-l,! 1ih-.-.-,L: I J , ' - ' 5 4 Tl, ,. all .4 - -1- We dipped low amid the friendly couples For I Wasn't afraid of crushing your corsage. And We saw them give cups to Winning teams That night as We danced to "Blues in the And We were sorry to see the end of it all That night at the formal Interfraternity Ball. around us, Night." I A-Lie bfi? If Q J -Pei J if -if F .e elm L293J SPRING FESTIVAL Crawf rd, Halcleman, Keenan, Byers, Chairman Foote, Sell, Hanna, Brunwasser, Broslcy. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Ben Foote ........... Chairman Betty Haldeman . .... Co-chairman Howard Hanna . . . Business Manager Allen Brunwasser .... Publicity Manager CARNIVAL NIGHT john Syka .......... Chairman Jerome Kleinerman . . Business Manager TRACK MEET John Brosky ......... Chairman The war cut Spring Festival llVG6k to two days this year and brought it to us two weeks early. But every one enjoyed those two days and found them quite full. The festiv- ities started with a track meet and a novelty- day program Thursday afternoon. The gay mood heightened as we threw darts and pitched pennies at a merry and colorful carnival night. Cn Friday morning we be- came more serious while outstanding men and I294j R. O. T. C. PARADE jim Hunter .......... Chairman Jerry Haywood ....... Co-chairman TAP DAY Nancy Crawford ........ Chairman FLOAT PARADE Mary Rita Keenan ....... Chairman SPRING FESTIVAL DANCE Ed Byers .......... Chairman Tony Shettler ..... Business Manager Stan Barish . . , Publicity Manager women were honored at Tap Day ceremonies on the Cathedral lawn. After lunch we swarmed to Biglow Blvd. to watch the R.O. T.C. cadets perform smart drillsg and we saw the cleverly decked women's Heats parade by. When the float parade ended, we got ready for the thrills of the I.F. sweepstakes. At the Gardenia Ball the seniors said farewell to social life at Pitt. I W ater, water everywlier.e-when Greek meets Greek at SPUUS FCSUWU- Will they still be sure after ten years? A prize float in the sorority float competition Coming down the stretch neck and neck at the linish of the sweepstakes. Entertainment on the Bellefield lawn during the "Cherry Blossom" festival. 52951 l N UNDERGRADUATE INFORMALS -Bw-1 The world ,map in the Information Room kept us posted on the various war fronts. A Love-ly set In the dress of Ancient Greece, students help dedicate the V Greek nationality room. is .spg,,?- J W, Nursing students have lunch before the next class. Briefing cases keeps Law students in the library Hundreds of letters come to Bob Graham from - . Pitt men in the service. for longlhours. jubilant celebrations took place after the Fordham Victory. Bad news for some as students get blue-prints during registrat ll W'CAf 5 U W 1? H 'fae- UMW P g - .': T-J! ,azfifglegzx :QL Q -- wi? 'AI ' X 14? up ,A rf .Q I f ,, 1 1 V A? w V, w W w g mm 0 I .N U 1 . 'f Ei fm M --..5,-4 'iw sift? "B+, ' :Y fe A- ..m:::a,f: if mu: I I-' ' '- Sw " Rig: f,.fj:'y- ' X -3' ., 'Wu 'I' . J-- .N ?5,?L Q 17 Q gf ' 't 5 'A" 1 .. E? I g 7' 3 . QA ,jam Y H f LM 1- 'I : ' .EE-.- If Q-:J .... umm . f,:Q1ax.,W:,:,,,! 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Central Press Bureau ..A.,..,.. Clark Bros. Chewing Gum Co.. . . Columbia Steel Sc Shafting Co.. . . Consolidated Ice Company ....,. Dravo Corp., Keystone Sand Co.. . Dunn-Scott Co. .....,,....... . . Federal Drug Co.. . . Fidelity Trust Co.. . . . Forbes National Bank .... Gidas Flowers ........... Gilmore Drug Co., W. J.. . . Jahn X Ollier ............. King Edward Drug Store .... Lincoln Coach Lines ..... Molloy, David J. ..... . Mellon National Bank. . . Mellor's ..............,... New Strand Bowling Alleys ...... Frank N. Rice Drug 8 Cigar Co.. . Penn General Supply Co. ....... . I. E. S., Philadelphia Company. . , Photo Redox .......... ..... Shaler 8 Crawford ..,.. Snyder 8: Swanson, Inc. ..,.,. , Stevenson ck Foster Printing Co.. . Union Trust Co. ............ . United Engineering K Foundry ..., University Book Store ..,..... University Cafeteria .... Verner Shoe Co., C. A. ......,.. . . Westinghouse Electric 8 Mfg. Co.. Westinghouse Electric Supply Co.. West Penn Sand X Gravel Co.. . . White Dental lX4fg. Co., S. S.. . . . Wirth, Andrew G. .... .... . ADVERTISERS If319j 310 301 306 306 307 315 304 309 305 308 309 314 310 317 312 300 315 312 309 304 301 305 313 316 300 306 318 313 303 311 39 304 302 314 315 299 312 Athletics Division ......... Administrative OHiecrs ..... Alma Mater. , ..,...... . Alpha Delta Pi ....... Alpha Epsilon Phi .... Alpha Kappa Psi. . . Alpha Omega ..... Alpha Phi Delta .... Alpha Zeta Omega ..... Baldwin, Dr. Leland D., . . . Band ...,..,.......... Baseball .....,..... Basketball ........... Beta Gamma Sigma ..,. Beta Sigma Omieron .... Black, Robert M. ....,... . Bowman, john Gabbert ,... Brown, Bishop ..........., Bureau of Retail Training .... Classes Division .... Campus Co-eds ........ Cap and Gown Club ..... Carlson, Dr. H. CliHiord .... Chi Omega ............. Chi Rho Nu ........... Class Officers ....... College Association .....,.. Contents ..........,... ...... Crawford, Dean Stanton C.. . . . Cwens ..................... Dance Section ......... Daufenbaugh, Williani .,.. Dedication ............ Delta Delta Delta .... Delta Phi Epsilon .... Delta Sigma Delta .... Delta Tau Delta .... Delta Zeta ............ Dean of Men's Office ..... Dean of VVomen's Ofliee .... . Demonstration's Block ........ INDEX A B C D Dental Inter-fraternity Council .... Druids ..........,....,.,.... Elmer, Dr. Emanuel C. ...... . Engineering Cabinet and Dance. . Engineering, Civil ...... Engineering, Chemical. . Engineering, Electrical. . Engineering, Industrial, . Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Section .......... Evening School Association .... E H5201 252 -253 27 43 214 215 196 194 250 198 30 132 266-267 ,...262 ....24-25 -263 180 216 29 92 . .92-93 ,.,.40-41 228 ....116 280 233 181 29 217 182 118 148 6 53 178 e293 31 8 218 219 195 238 220 35 34 149 192 179 30 200-201 202 202 203 203 204 1984209 151 Faculty Informals .... INDEX F ....28,36,37 30 Finney, Theodore ..... Fitzgerald, Rufus H.. . . . . . . . . 26 Football ........... .... 2 56 Foreword ............ ...... 7 Freshman Dance ....... Fricsscll, H. Edmund .... .. ..282-283 65 G Gabbert, Dr. M. R. ...... ....... . . . 29 Golf ,........... ........... . . . 269 Gilmore, Dean Eugene A. .... . . . 101 Graper, Dr. Elmer ........ . . . 31 Graham, Robert X. .... ....... . . . 32 I-I Hagan, James . ....... ,..... ...... 2 5 4 Hall of Fame ............ ..... 1 02-112 Hand in Hand at Pitt .... ...... 6 Hammaker, Williain L.. . . . . . . . . 30 Heart Hop ............ ..... 2 90-291 Heinz Chapel Choir ,..... ...... 1 66 Holbrook, Dr. E. Allen ..... ...... 7 6 Honorary Fraternities .... , . . .175-189 Hovey, lfValtcr R. ....., ..,... 3 0 Hunt, Dr. Percival. . . ....... . . . 32 I ln Memoriam. ,....... ,....., ...... 3 3 Intcrfraternity Ball ...... . . . ..... 292-293 Interfraternity Council .......... ..... 2 34-235 Interfraternity Sing and Swing ..... ..... 2 86-287 Intramural Athletics ................ . . ..... 270-272 Institute of Aeronautical Sciences ......... ..,... 2 05 I Jacobsen, Dr. Einar .... ....... . . . 70 Jamison, Dr. Aulecne ..... . . . 29 Jennings, Dr. O. E. ..... .... 3 0 John Marshall .... . . . ...... . 189 Junior Prom .... ....... ..... 2 8 8-289 K Kappa Alpha Theta .... ...... . . . 221 Kappa Kappa Gamma. . . . . . 222 Kappa Psi ............. . . . 197 Kuehn, Ruth Perkins .... ..... . . . 86 L Lambda Chi Alpha ........ ...... . . . 241 Lanfear, Dean Vincent M.. . . .... . . . 46 Leighton, Henry ........... .....,. . . . 31 M McCandlis, L. C. ............ ...... . . . 29 McEllroy, Dean William S. .... .... 9 7 McKay, Dr. Marion K. ...... ...... 3 1 Men's Council ....... ..... ..... 1 4 5-146 Men's Debate ...... .... 1 50 Men's Glee Club .... ....... . . 168 f321J Men in Service. . . . . Military Ball ....... Military Department Miller, Gertrude CMrs. Mortar Board ............. Music and Dramatics ...., Nationality Rooms. . Nevvstetter, Wilber I. O'Connell, Dean C. Leonard ,.... Oil and Gas Association .... Oliver, John W. ........ . Omicron Delta Kappa .,.. Orchestra ............. Order of the Artus ....... Organizations Division ..... Owl, The ............ . . . Panhellenic Council .... Pictorial Pitt ...,,... Phi Delta Theta. . , Phi Epsilon Pi. . . Phi Eta Sigma .... Phi Gamma Delta .... Phi Kappa ........ Phi Mu ............ .... Phi Sigma Sigma ............ Physical Education Club ..... Pi Kappa Alpha ..........i Pi Lambda Phi ..... Pi Tau Phi ...... Pt Tau Sigma ..., Pitt News, The ...... Pitt Panther, The .... Pitt Players .......,.,. Pitt Rifles .............. . . Professional Fraternities .... Psi Omega .............. Publications .... Quax .................... Quick, John G., Registrar .... Rifle Team ............ Root, Dr. William T.. . . . Sicabbard and Blade .... Senior Avvardee ...... Senior Court i...... Senior Queen ................. Seniors ...........,... ......... Business Administration. . . J. KJ .... INDEX N O P Q R S H3221 138-139 134-135 122-139 ... 32 ... 176 164-173 . .22-23 . . . 101 . 88 206 32 177 167 183 140-141 158-159 212-213 ..10-11 ... 239 ... 242 ... 184 ... 240 ... 244 ,.. 223 ... 224 ... 273 ... 245 .., 246 ... 185 ... 204 160-161 162-163 170-173 130-131 ... 191 ... 193 156-163 188 . 29 269 . 29 128-129 45 ...147 42 . .46-99 . . 46-52 INDEX College ..... Dental ..... Education. . . Engineer ..... Nursing ..., Medical ..... Pharmacy ..... Shelton, Whitford H.. . . Sherrill, R. C. ....... . Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... Sigma Alpha Mu ...,. Sigma Chi ............. Sigma Gamma Epsilon .... Sigma Kappa Phi ........ Sigma Tau ....,..... ....,. Silverman, Dr. Alexander ..... Social Life Division ..... . . . Social Fraternities, Men's ..... Social Fraternities, Women's .... Sophomore Dance ........... Sports ..,......... ........ Spring Festival Wecelq ...... Stinchcoinb, Dr. James ....,.. Student Faculty Association .... Swimming ......,......... . . . T Taylor, james S. .... .... . Tennis ......... Theatron ....... Theta Chi ........ Theta Phi Alpha .... Track ............ Tuck Shop ...... . U Underclassmen Informals. . . . . . . . V Views of the Campus. . . . . . . . . . W Walkup, Joseph .... . ........ . Weber, Dr. john .............. Women's Athletic Association ........ VVomen's Choral .................... . Womens Self Government Association. . . Women's Speech Association .....,..... VVomen's Sports ..... ................. X Xylon ..... ..... Y Young Men's Christian Association ...... Young VVomen's Christian Association .... Z Zeta Tau Alpha ..... ....... H3231 . . . . .54-64 .....65-69 . . .70-75 . . .77-85 . . .86-87 . . . .96-100 .....88-91 32 30 ... 243 ... 248 ... 247 ... 207 ... 186 ... 208 ... 31 280-281 238-251 212-226 284-285 252-277 294-295 ,.. 31 142-143 ... 268 ... 32 ... 268 ... 171 ... 249 ... 225 264-265 ..38-39 113-119 ..10-23 .. 31 ... 26 274-275 ... 169 146-147 ... 152 276-277 ... 187 ... 154 ... 153 ... 226 OWL HAND CONTEST WINNERS Early last fall the OXV L sponsored a contest . . . a contest Whose aim it was to find Pitt's most photogenic hands. Mr. Walter R. Hovey, Mr. Reid Hastie and Miss Eleanor Mitchell, members of the Art Department, judged the contest. And the judges looked for all types of hands . . . thin hands, fat hands, hands that were rough and expressive, hands that were delicate, beautiful hands, and hands that Were beautiful in their ugliness. All through the book you have seen hands as the motif for pages introducing main sections. It was the hands of the contest Winners that you saw, and We Want to express our thanks here to the following owners of those hands: Classes .... Robert X. Graham lvlilitary . . . ...... Allan Briney Organizations . . James Patterson 6 Mary Hunter iii?-Egsgies ' ' ' ' ' Vince Antonelli Social Life . . . I:324j James Patterson ' ' Viola Boydjieff 3 Q OUR APPRECIATION With the declaration of war this thirty-seventh volume of the Owl had to undergo a complete change. To present a true picture of University activities dining 1942 this change was necessary. The adoption of the tri-semester plan forced on us the great task of producing the Owl in a shorter time. We are gratiiied to those kind friends who cooperated with us in offering suggestions for style and substance. VVe are happy to acknowledge their good- will and encouragement. Our great desire is to see this Owl, in passing from hand to hand, give pleasure and enjoyment in the years to come. JOHN G. BROSKY, Editor Chancellor john G. Bowman Provost Rufus Fitzgerald Secretary John Weber Dean Vincent W. Lanfear Mr. Robert Machesnev Mr. Robert X. Graham Dean Theodore W. Biddle Dean Helen P. Rush Mrs. Agnes Starrett Mr. Thomas M. Jarrett Mr. Louis Wise Mr. Robert F. Edgar Miss Mary Lou Perring Mr. Frank Carver Miss Emily Irvine Mr. George Crouch Mr. Frank Pushwa Mr. Fred Jochum Mr. Edward Carey Miss Eileen McVicker Dr. Edna I-Iigbee lVIr. Walter R. Hovey Mr. Reid Hastie Miss Eleanor Mitchell Mr. V. L. MacFarland Mr. George IfVise, Ir. Mr. Terrance I. Cooney The S. K. Smith Company Stevenson-Foster Printing Co. Iahn ci Ollier Company Photo-Reiiex Studio I325j F VICTORY E, BUY QW oNDs ii 5 'WE :mia 7" DEFENSE Llzih STHPS , ufograplzs ufogfrafnlzs F VICTORY JF K BUY STAMPS I f 'K I6-x ,I X UNITED ,V 4 QA s'rA'rEs A' I DEFENSE 1 BONDS X- Q Mix AND E51 lik' 155+ . lg ICTORY 1 BUY STATES I 21 BOND AND gil STAMPS il Q i l WL! 3 X. gg. UN11-ED 1 - Q ,- YATQ " DEFENSL f s By N L-,QPR ,659 ufografalls 1 , .T 1. . 5.1. 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