Travis score by seven points . . . Bob Miller stead-
ily maintained his brilliant defensive play.
A. U. scores again.
Nov. 28 Baltimore Coast Guard
7 Catholic University
Dec. 9 . ■ Baltimore University
Dec. 10 Georgetown University
Dec. 11 Johns Hopkins University
Jan. 5 Gallaudet College
Jan. 7 • Loyola University
Jan. 8 Swarthmore College
Jan. 13 Baltimore University
Feb. 3 • . Lynchburg College
Feb. 6 Randolph-Macon College
Feb. 8 Catholic University
Feb. 10 . . Wilson Teachers College
Feb. 12 Randolph-Macon College
Feb. 13 Virginia Medical College
Feb. 18 Bridgewater College
Feb. 20 ... • Swarthmore College
Feb. 22 . . . Boiling Field Army Training Center
Feb. 24 Western Maryland University
Feb. 26 Western Maryland University
Mar. 6 . . . Mason-Dixon Conference Tournament
Alar. 13 Alumni
Without football on the sports schedule intramural
clashes dominated the fall sports scene. . . . Zuras
heads the program . . . touch football opens the
season . . . seniors win the class championship
. . . Phi Sigma Kappa wins the trophy after a
hard battle . . . winter brings ping-pong, bad-
minton, basketball . . . Phi Sig tops again for the
basketball trophy . . . Zuras picks an all-star team:
Bentley, LaFontaine, Weidler, Fellows, Dorsey
. . . spring adds hardball, Softball, and tennis.
Bob "Tennis" Miller and his backhand.
Veterans Miller, Nielsen and Manchester
open the fall tennis practice season . . .
Bob Miller heads intramurals . . . Don
Budge "autograph" racket goes to the
champ . . . daily winter indoor practice
keeps varsity candidates Hossick, Obler,
Schweitzer, Doolittle, Achhammer, Gaster
and Fugler in condition . . . spring brings
ten net men to the courts . . . Kalijarvi
takes over the coaching . . . matches with
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Loyola, Navy,
Johns Hopkins . . . new rackets and new
uniforms brighten the courts . . . Easter
vacation means a week's trip . . . Richmond,
Bridgewater, Randolph-Macon and local
schools add to the large roster.
At The American University when one says
"Track" he also says Herb Wood . . . Wood
for two years has been the track team, and one
of the top runners in this area. . . . This year
for the first time in many seasons there is talent
on the team other than Herb's. . . . Workouts
for the cross-country squad began in early Oc-
tober. ... In a meet with Catholic University,
the Harriers came out well on top. . . . Wood
copped his sixth consecutive victory — in twelve
minutes and forty-four seconds for the two and
one half mile run. . . . Glatt and Marechal
placed third and fourth. ... As the fall pro-
gressed meets with Gallaudet, Bridgewater and
Swarthmore took place. . . . Wood won the
Mason-Dixon Championship . . . while his team
placed third largely on the strength of his first
place. . . . Second semester brought the Eagles'
only indoor appearance . . . Uline Arena . . .
mile relays, and individual mile events. . . .
March 16, Herb Wood finished his college track
career sprinting to victory at the tenth C. U.
meet where two thousand people were present.
. . . Herb will leave school for the army. . . .
Bentley pulled up his rating in the mile place-
ment. . . . Jacques Marechal leaves to join the
Free French army. . . . Glatt, who showed con-
siderable promise last fall, now holds up the
honor of A. U. . . . April brings the Penn
Relays at Philadelphia ... a four-man squad
entered to give a really good performance. . . .
So ends another year of The American Univer-
sity's track history. . . . To Captain Herb Wood
goes much of the credit for arousing interest in
the sport ... to Coach Dick Helman, who gave
gratis his time so willingly and unstintingly,
goes many thanks ... to Dave Phillips, Bill
Bosien, Jim Joseph, and the rest of the team,
'Hit the Road."
American's amazing amazons . . . those muscle-making
wonder women . . . plenty of punch yet glamorous gals
. . . how do they keep in condition without becoming
musclebound? . . . the answer is that grueling course
called Body Mechanics . . . push-ups . . . bar techniques . . .
and those aching acrobatics for defects . . . first they
measure you — then they tell you where and what to take
off or put on . . . and then — they make you do it . . .
new rules this year . . . only one cut a semester, and we
thought three were too few! — would that the faculty had
to take physical education, too . . . not only that but
archery is restricted — only the really feeble can play Cupid
. . . previously all of us jemmes jatales indulged in this
parlor game . . . hockey in the fall . . . basketball in the
winter . . . tennis in the spring . . . and our favorite —
new this year — Softball . . . Coach Gagnon turns out to
be particularly good at tennis . . . May first brings a
special event — tournaments with local schools — archery,
ping-pong, and tennis . . . throughout the year inter-
sorority contests added pep to the programs . . . several
ping-pong fests and the annual basketball tilt . . . but the
most fun came during rainy weather — then we played tennis
in the men's gym — we never had such appreciative spec-
tators before . . . climax of the year was the men's varsity-
women's varsity basketball game . . . such fun and frolic.
THOSE AT THE TOP
A L Ul T IE
COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETY
The Phi Beta Kappa of American University . . .
membership is composed of scholars . . . brilliant
records . . . plus an interest in school affairs . . .
not grinds but possessors of genuine intelligence . . .
constructive thinkers . . . alert . . . original . . . using
their learning to broaden their own personalities . . .
and to improve their college.
CAP AND GOWN
Cap and Gown . . . women of notable leadership
. . . scholarship . . . service . . . contributors to
social activity . . . intellectual stimulation . . .
sponsors of an annual party for fun and frolic to
welcome the new girls first semester ... tea second
semester . . . Waves and Waacs speak — programs
making college more interesting.
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA
National honorary for men outstanding in
scholarship . . . athletics . . . social and religious
affairs . . . publications . . . speech, music and
dramatic arts . . . sponsors annual party to
welcome new men . . . presents the coveted
trophy for the most valuable basketball player
. . . George Zuras, the recipient this year.
DELTA SIGMA H H P I G A M M A M
The National honorary fraternity for men and
women of unusual forensic talent . . . sponsors of
an oratorical contest . . . topic: "The American
Patriot of 1943" . . . prizes: war stamps . . . donors
of a gavel to the speech department . . . objective
of all students of scholarship and ability in speaking.
Pi Gamma Mu . . . national honorary social science
fraternity . . . one of the oldest groups at The
American University . . . established in 1931 . . .
active for twelve years in promoting interest in the
social sciences . . . only group on the campus to
admit students from the School of Social Sciences
and Public Affairs.
BETA BETA BETA PI BELTA EPSILON
Alpha Upsilon chapter of Beta Beta Beta ... na-
tional honorary for biology majors . . . sponsors
biennially a nation-wide science conference. . . . Un-
der the leadership of Maurine Ott, Beta Beta Beta
this year held an evolution seminar ... all in all an
active group spreading the fruits of biological dis-
covery throughout the college.
The aim of The American University's journalistic
talent . . . national honorary for those with writer's
cramp — and two years' executive experience on the
Eagle or the Aucola . . . sponsored a luncheon for
United China Relief — tapped that globe-trotting
journalist, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt . . . guided
by versatile Marion Mattes.
Herbert Wood President
Alberta Napper Vice-President
Doris Patterson Secretary
Walker Shumate Treasurer
Thomas W. Aiken Washington, D. C.
English and History
Class Honors. 1. 4; Dramat (Treasurer. 2. 3); Publications Board. 2, 3; Curriculum Board. 1;
Dance Chairman. 2; Aucola, 1 (Sports Editor, 2. 3); Eagle, 1, 2. 3. 4; Handbook (Editor. 2);
Intramurals, 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Tau Omega (Corresponding Secretary. 3).
Aiken is achin' for his keys . . . lazy writer nf "Know Your Faculty" — he always
wanted to call it "Apple Polish" ... A girl somewhere in the offing ... he left
with the sixteen for Camp Lee.
Constance Barrows Washington, D. C.
Class Honors. 1, 2, 3. 4; College Honor Society; Cap and Gown (President. 4); Pi Delta Epsilon
I Secretary-Treasurer, 4); "A" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Publications Board (Secretary, 4); Aucola (Copy
Editor, 2. 3; Associate Editor. 4); Dramat, 1. 2. 3 (Secretary. 4); Fund Drive, 2, 3. 4; Kappa
Delta (Treasurer. 3; Vice-President. 3); Panhellenic Council. 3.
Bunnv ... a swell kid — everybody likes her, including Ned . . . kind to the poor
freshmen as chief assistant in the English Office.
Joan Beadle Washington, D. C.
A whiz at basketball . . . usually to be found in the Chem Lab ... up hair-do's.
Elaine Bell Baltimore, Md.
Class Honors. 2. 3; Eagle. 1. 2. 3; French Club, 2, 3.
Chronic laughter . . . gets fun out of everything, including dancing and swimming
. . . "Now, children, take up your pencils."
Ann Bennett Chevy Chase, M.I.
Aucola, 1; Eagle. 3; Phi Mil.
Ann and Homer . . . swell actress . . . life of (he party with her sense of humor.
Freemax Bentley Cedartown, Ga.
West Georgia College, 1, 2; Track, 3, 4; Intramurals, 4i Alpha Kappa Pi.
"Ben" — heap big waiter . . . another hanger-around in the Chem Lab — even during
holidays . . . but he takes his Sunday afternoons in the park.
Pall L. Berry Washington, D. C.
Religion and Pliilosopliy
Class Honors, 1, 2, 3. 4; College Honor Society; Omicron Delta Kappa ( Vice-President. 4); Beta
Beta Beta (Secretary, 4); College Council, 3; Religious Boaid. 2; Orientation Board, 3; Faculty
Prize. 3; Chorus, 1. 2. 3, 4; Double Quartet. 3; Fund Driye. 1. 2. 3; German Club (Treasurer, 1);
Glee Club, 1. 2. 4 (President, 3); Alpha Tau Omega (Corresponding Secretary. 2; Recording
Secretary. 3; President. 41; Interfraternity Council (President, 4).
Berry and Patty — it just comes natural . . . unassuming, quiet, hut ready when
you need him . . . brainchild ... no politics for him — he likes good music and
Anthony M. Bozza Newark. X. J.
Spanish and Economics
Aucola. 2; Eagle, 3; El Grupo Pan-Americano, 2, 3. 4; Fund Drive. 1, 2, 3; Omicron Epsilo.ii Pi,
3; Phi Sigma Kappa (Secretary, 4).
Tony . . . round and ruddy . . . always speaking Spanish to Elsa — or anybodj
for that matter . . . and did you know he's an excellent dancer?
Eleanor Case • Syracuse, N. Y.
English and Speech
Syracuse University. 1, 2; Cap and Gown (Secretary-Treasurer, 4); Delta Sigma Rho (President, 4);
Dramat, 3, 4; Social Board (Chairman. 4); Debate, 3; Speakers' Bureau, 3; Alpha Phi (Vice-
President. 3; President. 4); Panhellenic Council (Treasurer, 3; Secretary, 4).
Casey . . . that soothing voice . . . Imogene . . . lover of hot fudge sundaes and
Shakespeare . . . quite a versatile girl.
Germain e Coffey Washington, D. C.
Class Secretary. 1; £<rg/f. 4; Alpha Phi (Vice-President. 2; President. 3); Panhellenic Council. 2. 3.
Gerrv . . . bridge player . . . interested in things Spanish, especially tangos . . .
also things Portuguese, especially George . . . not an apostle of early rising.
Miriam Collins • Gainesville, Ga.
Southern gal . . . singer . . . works in the day time, goes to school at night.
Robert Darby Derby Line, Vt.
Economics and Business Administration
Green Mountain Junior College, 1, 2; Athletic Board, 4; Alpha Tau Omega.
One more of the sixteen . . . lover of Bertie, Bertie, and more Bertie . . . also
crossword puzzles ... the only thing that bothered him was 8:30 classes.
Helen Lundegaard Fellows . . • Washington, D. C.
Class Secretary, 3; Aucola. 1; Eagle. 1; League of Women Voters. 1. 2; Alpha Chi Omega I Vice
President, 3, 4); Panheilenic Council, 3.
Cute little blond . . . full of pep, vim, and vigor . . . always carrying around letters
from the helpmate.
3 hilip Fellows Washington, D. C.
College Council. 1, 2; Class President. 3; Band. I, 2. 3, 4; Baseball. 1. 2. 3; Basketball. 1; Glee
Club. 4; Intramurals. 1. 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Alpha Tau Omega I Vice-President, 3, 4).
"U. S. Armv +" says he . . . seldom if ever seen without the missus ... he even
likes dishwashing — how's that for a man?
Ann Ferrandi ■ Boston, Mass.
Sociology and Psychology
Stephens College, 1, 2.
Good actress . . . prefers shorts to doing homework . . . always listening to her
phonograph — especially Grieg's Concerto.
J t DSON C. Frexch Kenwood, M<1.
Physics and Mathematics
Class Honors. 2. 3; Pi Delta Epsilon I Vice-President. 3. 4); Aucola (Staff Photographer. 3, 4);
Camera Club, 1, 2; Eagle (Staff Photographer, 3. 4); Freshman Debate Manager, 1; Fund Drive
(Treasurer, 2; Chairman. 3).
Eagle and Aucola photographer par excellence . . . always very obliging . . .
goes with a girl named Judy, year after year after year.
Reuben Ginsberg .... Athens, Texas
Economics and Political Science
Shreiner Institute. 1, 2; Class Honors. 3. 4; Pi Gamma Mu (President, 4); Debate, 3.
"Texas has entered the war on the side of the Allies!" . . . born politician .
Rozzy . . . according to Hauskofer
Democrat! . . . "Hut, two, three, four."
Leon Glatt Enterprise, Kan.
Dramat, 3. 4; Class Treasurer. 4; Chorus, 3, 4; Cross Country. 3. 4; Debate, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4;
Intramurals, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3.
Minister ... the great lover in all our noble dramatic presentations . . . one of
the greatest track men that has ever hit A. I". . . . a non-lover of perfidy, politics,
Ruth J. Gross Fords, N. J.
Psychology ami Economics
Chairman Senior Ring Committee, 4; Aucola, 1. 2 (Business Manager. 3, 4); Debate, 1, 2, 3
(Associate Manager, 4); El Grupo Pan-Americano. 1. 2; International Relations Club. 1, 2; Fund
Drive. 4; Independents. 1. 2; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3.
One of the best for getting things done ... a whiz at debating and knitting and
nursing the AuCOLA ... a believer in freedom.
Carol Kennedy Pulaski, Tenn.
English and French
1. 2, 3; El Grupo Pan- Amen
Phi Mu (President, 3; Tri
2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Qua
4); Panhellenic Council, 2, 3.
One of our favorite singers ... has leaning toward music and the Navy, especially
Bing . . . what the well-dressed coed will wear.
Rith Kent • Trenton, N. J.
Class Honors, 1, 3, 4; College Honor Society; Constitution Committee, 3; Alpha Chi Omega (Treas-
The versatile roommate . . . quiet and unassuming, but helpful . . . distributor
of Betty Erhardt's cookies . . . she's always tutoring somebody ... a pal when
vou need one.
Mary King Washington, D. C.
"A" Club, 1. 2 (Sports Manager, 3; President, 41; Religious Board, 4; Chorus. 2. 3. 4; El Grupo
Pan-Americano, 2; French Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club, 1, 2 (Vice-President, 3, 4); League of
Women Voters, 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Fellowship, 1, 2 (Corresponding Secretary, 3; Vice-President,
41; Alpha Chi Omega (Corresponding Secretary, 3, 4; Recording Secretary, 3).
A swell person to work and play with . . . sports are her strong point . . . and
she can sing any part in a choir.
Shirley R. Lubell .... New York, N. Y.
New York University, 1, 2; Art Guild, 4; Omicron Epsilon Pi, 4; Aucola, 4.
Tall, with an up hair-do ... a versatile artist . . . likes books, music, and art,
and swimming and golf, too . . . has an aversion to snow and snobs.
HENRY McFARLAND Washington, D. C.
Versatile, long-haired artist . . . quiet and a worker . . . paints smooth gray houses
which were the delight of all who went into the art room ... he and Dean had
a joint exhibition early this semester.
Rosalie Maletz • • Chevy Chase, Md.
French Club, 2. 3, 4; League of Women Voters. 2. 3.
A friendly person who likes good-humored people and doesn't like other kinds
going out on the steps for a smoke
of \V. R. H.
usually found in Room 216
John - Manchester Chevy Chase, Md.
Class Honors, 1, 3; Baseball, 2; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega.
Ace sports reporter . . . one of the chief eaglets . . . red-head . . . definitely an
A. T. O. . . . versatile sportsman . . . partial to food and women ... a swell guy.
Pal line Manning
Washington, D. C.
College Honor Society; "A" Club, 1, 2 I Vice-President and T
4; El Grupo Pan-Americano, 2, 3. 4; French Club. 1, 2. 3. 4;
! (Secretary, 3); League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3; Omicron Epsil
Secretary, 4); Auc
3, 4; Independents,
Star writer of essays and short stories . . . lady of languages . . . student even in
Mexico City and the summertime . . . fond of books and music, sports and travel;
doesn't relish getting up or going to bed.
Dorothy Mapes Westfield, N.
El Grupo Pan-A
Dottie . . . u
3. 4 (Se.
Secretary. 3. 41.
usually to be found behind the bookstore counter, or writing letters
during Spanish class . . . her ideal — convertibles with tires.
Richard Marsh Washington, D. C.
Class Honors, I, 2, 3, 4; Ejgtt, I.
Enjoys calculus and organic chemistry just as much as table tennis (which he
wins all the time), the genius! . . . but who wants to study all the time, anywa) ?
eanne E. Mathews Utica, X. Y.
Delta Sigma Rho (Secretary, 4); "A" Club, 3, 4: College Council, 3, 4; Constitution Committee,
2; Speakers' Bureau, 2, 3; Varsity Debate, 2. 3; Alpha Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council, 3.
Irrepressible in class when those dimples begin to show up . . . has plenty to do,
and apparently time to do it — what she doesn't accomplish isn't worth doing . . .
especially interested in Latin America.
Marion Mattes Scranton, Pa.
Pi Delta Epsilon (President, 3, 4); "A" Club, 1; Orientation Board, 2, 3; Class Vice-President, 1;
Class Secretary, 2; Homecoming Queen, 3; AucOLA, 1; Chorus, 1. 2, 3, 4; Eagle (Copy Editor, 1;
Associate Editor, 2; Editor, 3); El Grupo Pan- Americano, 1, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's
House Council. 2, 3 (Doim President, 4); Phi Mu (Vice-President, 3; President, 4); Panhellenic
"Tambo" ... no censorship for the Eagle . . . Charlie . . . prize alto . . . able
columnist . . . leader . . . friend ... a person who seems to fit well in so many
Marjorie Plitt Move Chevy Chase. Md.
Psychology and Sociology
Class Honors, 4; AucOLA, 2; Badminton, 3; El Grupo Pan- Americano. 2; League of Women Voters,
1; Student Christian Fellowship, 1; Alpha Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council. 4.
Another bride at Christmas time . . . "Chet" this and "diet" that . . . and always
has plenty to do.
Albert Napper • Saranac, N. Y.
Sociology and History
Class Honors, 3, 4; College Honor Society; Cap and Gown (Historian, 4); Pi Gamma Mu; "A"
Club. 3, 4; College Council (Secretary, 4); Class Vice-President, 4; May Queen, 3; Aucola, 3;
Eag/e, 3; League of Women Voters, 3; Kappa Delta (President, 4); Panhellenic Council (Vice-
Sugar and spice . . . both beauty and brains . . . always carries around letters from
Darb . . . little, but don't ever get in her way when she is being determined
Charlotte Nasht Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
"Lolly" . . . charming dark seniorita from Rio . . . always seen afternoons hanging
around the Chem Lab . . . loather of mice and roaches.
Doris Patterson ■ Washington, D. C.
Beta Beta Beta (Historian, 4); "A" Club, 1, 2, 3; Social Board. 3; Orientation Board, 4; Class
Secretary, 4; Chorus, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 1, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Fellow-
ship (Corresponding Secretary, 4); Kappa Delta (Secretary, 3).
Glued to Paul . . . always around with a notebook, being pleasant . . . glad to go
to a picnic, if there's chocolate ice cream but no turnips or snakes.
Ellis Porter Philadelphia, Pa.
University of Virginia, 1, 2, 3.
Former U. of Virginia man . . . always managed to keep the girls guessing about
which one was most esteemed . . . now with Uncle Sam.
Daisy Posniak Paris> France
Class Honors, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 3 (President, 4); International Relations Club, 2, 3. 4; League
of Women Voters, 2, 3.
Another one of those geniuses ... got that job at last and her diploma in February
. . . will chatter at length on anything of world interest in English or French.
Ralpha Randell Washington, D. C.
Class Honors, 1, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta (Vice-President, 4); Eagle, 1; French Club, 3; German Club,
3; Student Christian Fellowship, 2, 3; Phi Mu.
Lively little scientist and tennis player . . . crazy about New Jersey, especially
the shore ... can always tell you something about the animal house.
Milton Reinhard Bridgeport, Conn.
Class Honors, 3. 4; Pr Gamma Mu; Student Body President, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa.
Tracy and Milt . . . politics? go see Milt ... no one will ever forget "Bottom"—
especially Milt ... he never learned Robert's Rules, but he kept order just the
same, his kind of order . . . (Oh, Milt!).
Charles S. Richmond Rockville Center, X. Y.
Band, 1; Basketball, 1; El Grupo Pan- Americano, 2; Debate, 1, 2, 3; Hamilton House Council
(Treasurer, 4); International Relations Club, 3: Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1. 2. 3 (Ubrarian
4); Track. 1: Alpha Kappa Pi (Treasurer. 4).
Ham House laundry man . . . always wears that red scarf with those blue and
yellow stripes ... a good guy to have around in most any situation.
Arletta Skinner Rudd Chevy Chase, Md.
Psychology, Philosophy, and Religion
College Honor Society.
Always smiling and friendly and very much interested in other people . . .
exceptionally fond of good music, and Life . . . another February graduate.
Margaret Rule . . . ■ Washington, D. C.
Social Board, 2; Orientation Board, 3; Eagle, 1; Delta Gamma (Recording Secretary, 2; President,
3, 4); Panhellenic Council (President, 4).
Tall, dark, and Oh boy! . . . friendly . . . likes dancing and sports, except baseball
. . . but that ain't all about Peggy.
Jane Sattler Washington, D. C.
Sociology and Religion
Class Honors. 3, 4; Cap and Gown; Religious Board, 3; Orientation Board, 4; Assembly Commirtee,
3; Class Vice-President, 2, 3; Class Dance Chairman, 2; Junior Prom Committee. 3; Aucola. 1, 2,
3; Chorus, 2. 3, 4; Eagle, 1, 4; French Club, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; League of Women Voters,
1. 2 (Vice-President, 3); Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, 4; Alpha Chi Omega
(Corresponding Secretary, 2; Treasurer, 3; President, 4); Panhellenic Council (President, 4).
"Janie" . . . one of the most versatile and busiest girls on campus . . . one of
the nicest to have around, too . . . she's never too busy to help those who need it,
however, and often senses when she's wanted.
Walker Shumate • Bethesda, Md.
Economics and Business Administration
Curriculum Board, 3; Class Treasurer, 1, 3. 4; Aucola, 3 (Sports Editor, 4); Basketball. 1; Eagle,
1, 2; Intramurals, 1, 2. 3, 4; Alpha Tau Omega (Corresponding Secretary, 4).
"Ozzie" . . . always working for the Norwegian Embassy . . . lover of women,
shorts, crossword puzzles, and fried chicken . . . and a dependable sports editor.
Caroline Sulzer DeLand, Fla.
Class Honors. 1, 2. 3; Aucola. 1, 2 (Literary Editor, 3); Dramat, 1, 2; Eagle, 1. 2 (Associate
Editor, 3); French Club, 1; International Relations Club (Secretary, 1); League of Women Voters,
I, 2; Student Christian Fellowship. 1. 2; Varsity Debate, 1, 2; Omicron Epsilon Pi, 1 (President.
21; Alpha Phi (Treasurer, 2).
A. I'.'s most outstanding debater . . . often to be seen pounding a typewriter