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Rushing Counselor: Richard Minor, 9415

S.W. 42nd St., Miami 55, Fla.

MIAMI (Ohio) Ohio H, IX

224 E. Church St., Oxford, Ohio
President: Arthur E. Fumerton
Counselor: Robert B. Albright, 9 Scott

Le., Hamilton, Ohio
Rushing Chairman: Richard K. Palmer,

319 Essex Rd., Kenilworth, III.
MICHIGAN Mich. A, XXIII

733 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
President : William Heaphy
Counselor: David A. Lynch, 734 Allison

Ave., Lorain, Ohio
Rushing Chairman : Frank Wilson

MICHIGAN STATE Mich. E, XXIII

501 M.A.C. Ave., East Lansing Mich.
President : John A. Ameriks
Counselor: Alwin S. Kolm, 661 Beech

St., East Lansing, Mich.
Rushing Chairman: Bob Hoyt, 2686

Endicott, Shaker Heights, Ohio

MIDDLEBURY Vt. B, I

137 S. Main St., Middlebury, Vt.



President : William McNeil

Counselor: Henry W. Caswell, Jr., 17

Mayfair St., S. Burlington, Vt.
Rushing Chairman:

MISSISSIPPI Miss. A, VII

P.O. Box 322, University, Miss.
President : David H. Raborn, Jr.
Counselor: Fonnie Black Ladd, Valley

Farm Plantation, P.O. Box 45,

Charleston, Miss.
Rushing Chairman : David R. Lawrence,

Box 346, Biloxi, Miss.

MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN

Miss, r, VII

Box 366, Station A, Hattiegburg, Miss.
President: Thomas H. Smith, III
Rushing Chairman: William L. Parker

MISSISSIPPI STATE Miss. B, VII

317 E. Main St., Starkville, Miss.
President: Kenneth B. Hood
Rushing Chairman : Robert L. Ladner

MISSOURI Mo. A, XIX

405 Kentucky Ave., Columbia, Mo.
President : Richard I. Niedling
Counselor: Forrest F. Crane, 1 Green-
wood Ct., Columbia, Mo.
Rushing Chairman :

MISSOURI MINES Mo. T, XIX

500 West Eighth, Rolla, Mo.
President: Richard R. Kapfer
Counselor: Leigh Hutchinson, 405 Bill

Avenue, Rolla, Mo.
Rushing Chairman:

MONMOUTH III. r, X

714 E. Broadway, Monmouth, 111.
President: Paul White
Counselor: Howard E. Gladfelter, 406 S.

10th St., Monmouth, 111.
Rushing Chairman : Charles T. Weeks,

904 N. 6th St., Rochelle, 111.

MONTANA STATE Mont. A, XXVII

333 University Ave., Missoula, Mont.
President: William H. Mott
Counselor: L. Wesley Morrison, 805 East

Beckwith, Missoula, Mont.
Rushing Chairman: Howard A. Erwin

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE

2<i>E Colony, XXVII

Quad A, Montana State College,
Bozeman, Mont.
President: Richard J. Albrecht
Counselor: Roy A. Ekstrom, P.O. Box

182, Livingston, Mont.
Rushing Chairman : Kelley A. Conrad,
1145 Harvard Ave., Billings, Mont.

MORNINGSIDE Iowa E, XX

Sigma Phi Epsilon House,
Morninjside College, Sioux City, Iowa

President: Ronald C. Bourret

Counselor: Richard A. Welding, 1315 S.
Cornelia St., Sioux City, Iowa

Rushing Chairman: Paul Appel, 2040
Lakeport Rd., Sioux City, Iowa

MUHLENBERG Pa. I, III

2224 Liberty St., Allentown, Pa.
President : Errol Jacobi
Counselor: Dr. Ralph S. Graber, 1618

Chew St., Allentown, Pa.
Rushing Chairman: Clinton Barlow, 211

Grant St., Cape May, N.J.

NEBRASKA Neb. A, XX

601 N. 16th St., Lincoln 8, Neb.
President: Donald C. Casey



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Counselor: Donald D. Hamann, 5941

Everett, Lincoln, Neb.
Rushing Chairman : Ivan Grupe

NEVADA S^E Colony, XXVIII

1311 Terrace Dr., Reno, Nev.
President : Donald Logerwell
Counselor: John C. Petricciani, 236

Berrum Le., Reno, Nev.
Rushing Chairman : Warren Ronsheimer,

1311 Terrace Dr., Reno, Nev.

NEW MEXICO N.M. A, XXVI

1901 Las Lomas Rd., N.E.,

Albuquerque, N.M.

President : Martin J. Lenzini

Counselor: James T. McFarlan, 3401

Cardenas, N.E., Albuquerque, N.M.
Rushing Chairman : Roger Sperry, 1901
Las Lomas Rd., N.E., Albuquerque,
N.M.

NEW YORK N.Y. T, XXX

141 West 4th St., New York 12, N.Y.

President : John R. Stack

Counselor: Raymond F. Rabe, 15 Rich-
bell Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.

Rushing Chairman:

NORTH CAROLINA N.C. A, V

207 W. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill. N.C.
President : William E. Stepp
Counselor: Curtiss W. Daughtry, 108

Daniels Rd., Chapel Hill, N.C.
Rushing Chairman: Henry Absher, 702

6th St., North Wilksboro, N.C.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

N.C. B, V

2512 Clark Ave., Raleigh, N.C.
President: Charles D. Jamerson, Jr.
Rushing Chairman : Dale Baucom

NORTH TEXAS STATE

Texas B, XVI

1702 Maple St., Denton, Tex.

President: Jerry T. Fikes

Counselor: Billy D. Harvey, c/o Russell-
Newman Mfg. Co., Box 671, Denton,
Tex.

Rushing Chairman: Don Marth, Route 1,
Roscoe, Tex.

OHIO NORTHERN Ohio A, XXIV

821 S. Gilbert St., Ada, Ohio
President : Merl Thomas
Counselor: Robert L. Bowden, 905 S.

Main St., Ada, Ohio
Rushing Chairman:

OHIO STATE Ohio T, IX

154 E. Woodruff Ave., Columbus, Ohio
President: Phillip Delbert Rearick
Counselor: Arthur C. Peters, Jr., 212 W.

Norwich Ave., Columbus 1, Ohio
Rushing Chairman: Robert Fredericks,

18310 Fairway Dr., Cleveland 35, Ohio

OHIO WESLEYAN Ohio E, IX

133 N. Washington St., Delaware, Ohio
President: A. Jack Lavalle
Rushing Chairman: Dick Weist, 179
Seccor Le., Pelham, N.Y.

OKLAHOMA Okla. B, XIV

518 S. University Blvd., Norman, Okla.
President : Paul H. Washecheck
Counselor: Hugh E. Harris, Jr., 1003

East Arkansas, Norman, Okla.
Assoc. Counselor: William H. Mattoon,

219 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Norman,

Okla.
Rushing Chairman :



OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. A, XIV

1820 N.W. 23, Oklahoma City, Okla.
President : James J. Gunn
Counselor: Prof. Wayde H. McCalister,

1103 Woodlawn PI., Oklahoma City,

Okla.
Rushing Chairman :

OKLAHOMA STATE Okla. A, XIV

324 Monroe St., Stillwater, Okla.
President : George Ormiston
Counselor: Henry A. Morton, 125 Mc-

Farland, Stillwater, Okla.
Rushing Chairman: Gary Richards, 324

Monroe, Stillwater, Okla.

OMAHA Neb. B, XX

University of Omaha, Omaha, Neb.

President : Rodney L. Hansen

Counselor: William J. Gerbracht, Uni-
versity of Omaha, Omaha, Neb.

Rushing Chairman: Dick Donelson, 809
N. 48th Ave., Omaha, Neb., or Lloyd
Barnes, 2315 Kansas ."^ve., Omaha, Neb.

OREGON Ore. B, XVII

849 E. 11th Ave., Eugene, Ore.
President: James L. Uhrhammer
Rushing Chairman : Doug Fisk

OREGON STATE Ore. A, XVH

224 N. 26th St., Corvallis, Ore.
President : Thane R. Brown
Counselor: Robert Knoll, 124 N. 30th

St., Corvallis, Ore.
Rushing Chairman : Dick Day

PARSONS Iowa Z, XX

705 North Third, FairHeld, Iowa
President: Stephen D. Lapau
Counselor: Victor R. Rail, 308^^ West

Broadway, Fairfield, Iowa
Rushing Chairman: Neil Cartensen, 30814

West Broadway, Fairfield, Iowa

PENNSYLVANIA Pa. A, III

3909 Spruce St., Philadelphia 4, Pa.
President : W. John Oswald
Counselor: Charles R. Hihon, 1250 S.

47th St., Philadelphia 43, Pa.
Rushing Chairman: Eric P. Gall, 101

Lafayette Circle, Cincinnati 20, Ohio

PENNSYLVANIA STATE Pa. H, XXI

Box 539, State College, Pa.
President: Howard Mears
Counselor: Lt. Gilbert J. John, 1215 Old

Boalsburg Rd., University Park, Pa.
Rushing Chairman: Michael Willard, 11

Helen St., Fanwood, N.J.

PITTSBURGH Pa. T, XXI

262 N. Dithridge St., Pittsburgh 13, Pa.
President : James C. Achtzehn
Rushing Chairman: Jack Uher

PURDUE Ind. A, XXII

690 Waldron St., W. Lafayette, Ind.
President: William C. Stumbaugh
Rushing Chairman : Richard W. Deible,
244 Hazelwood, S.E., Warren, Ohio

RANDOLPH-MACON Va. Z, IV

Box 148, Ashland, Va.
President: Constantine P. Vretos
Counselor: Joseph 0. Hearne, III, 1957

McDonald Rd., Richmond, Va.
Rushing Chairman: Robert E. Smith, Jr.,

338 Wythe Creek Rd., Poquoson, Va.

R.P.I. N.Y. A, II

2209 16th St., Troy, N.Y.
President : Robert W. Martin



Counselor: George H. Goedecke, Physics
Dept., Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti-
tute, Troy, N.Y.

Rushing Chairman :

RICHMOND Va. A, IV

Box 44, University of Richmond, Va.
President: Richard E. Brewer
Counselor: Godfrey G. Bennett, Jr., 45

Malvern Ave., Apt. 5, Richmond 21,

Va.
Rushing Chairman: Peter J. Mutascio,

University of Richmond, Va.

RUTGERS N.J. B, III

572 George St., New Brunswick, N.J.
President : George H. Lenz
Counselor: Douglas G. Gemeroy, 22 E.

Cliff St., Somerville, N.J.
Rushing Chairman: Barry Pavelec, 70 W.

Foch Ave., Milltown, N.J.

SAN DIEGO STATE Calif. A, XVIII

5712 Hardy Way, San Diego 15, Calif.
President : Leonard L. Kamp
Counselor: Walter Crouch, Jr., 5712

Hardy Way, San Diego 15, Calif.
Rushing Chairman: Dave Hobbs, 5712

Hardy Ave., San Diego 15, Calif.

SAN JOSE Calif. E, XXVIII

70 S. 14th St., San Jose, Calif.
President : Charles J. AUard
Counselor : Leonard M. Teshera, 2698

"D" St., Hayward, Calif.
Rushing Chairman : James M. Gross, 21

Julian Ave., Napa, Calif.

SANTA BARBARA Calif. T, XVIII

795 Embarcadero Del Norte, Goleta, Calif.

President: Rene H. Caron

Counselor: Neal C. Rasmussen, 135 Santo

Tomas, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Rushing Chairman : Ray Fisher

SOUTH CAROLINA S.C. A, V

Box 4718, University of South Carolina,
Columbia, S.C.
President : Joseph Gomes
Rushing Chairman: Joseph T. Newton,
17 Colonial St., Charleston, S.C.

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

Mo. Z, XIX

Southeast Missouri State College,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
President: Donald F. Keller
Rushing Chairman:

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Calif. B, XVIII

630 West 28th St., Los Angeles 7, Calif.
President: Ronald E. Goodgame
Counselor: Carl 0. Petersen, 1917 Grace

Ave., Hollywood 28, Calif.
Rushing Chairman : Fred Held

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE

Mo. H, XIX

720 S. Dollison, Springfield, Mo.

President ; Keith Barton

Counselor: Dr. William B. Lightfoot,

8111/2 S. Kickapoo, Springfield, ,Mo.

Rushing Chairman: James MacWilliams

STETSON Fla. B, XII

Box 1243, Stetson University,
De Land, Fla.
President: E. Max Hall
Counselor: William B. Flowers, 630 E.

Indiana Ave., De Land, Fla.
Rushing Chairman : Tim Catlin, 100
Grant St., Neenah, Wis.



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STEVENS N.J. A, XXX

530 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J.
President : Joseph Viravec
Counselor: Walter Steinmann, P.O. Box

1153, Secaucus, N.J.
Rushing Chairman: Richard Triantafel-

low, 410 Calvin St., Westwood, N.J.

SYRACUSE N.Y. A, II

310 Walnut PI., Syracuse 10, N.Y.
President: Kent L. Barwick
Rushing Chairman: Charles Kellstedt, 57
Oak Ave., Tenafly, N.J.

TAMPA Fla. Z, XII

108 Crescent PI., Tampa, Fla.
President: Lowell T. Freeman
Rushing Chairman: Ronald J. Sikora, 108
Crescent PI., Tampa, Fla.

TEMPLE Pa. M, III

1812 N. Broad St., Philadelphia 21, Pa.
President: William J. Warning
Counselor : Edward L. Guenther, 61

Drexelbrook Dr., Apt. 5, Drexel Hill,

Pa.
Rushing Chairman : Thomas Tierney, 1812

N. Broad St., Philadelphia 21, Pa.

TENNESSEE Tenn. A, VIII

1533 Laurel Ave., Knoxville 16, Tenn.
President : Thomas H. Givens
Counselor: Jack D. Martin, 8625 Diana

Le., Knoxville, Tenn.
Rushing Chairman: Billy Raymond, Box

1950, Kingston Pike Motel, Knoxville,

Tenn.

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN

Tenn. A, VIII

Tennessee Wesleyan College,
Athens, Tenn.
President : Randall Miller
Chapter Colnselor: A. Jack Houts, 164

Robeson St., Athens, Tenn.
Rushing Chairman:

TEXAS Texas A, XVI

706 W. 26th St., Austin, Tex.
President: C. Leonard Dolce
Chapter Counselor: Alfred T. Broad,

4703 Chiappero Tr., Austin, Tex.
Rushing Chairman : Rodney Thomas

TEXAS CHRISTIAN Texas T, XVI

Box 746, TCU Sta., Ft. Worth 9, Tex.
President: John Kollman
Rushing Chairman :

THIEL Pa. N, XXI

112 College Ave., Greenville, Pa.
President: Donald A. Allen
Chapter Counselor: George C. Rankin,

Jr., 317 Main St., Greenville, Pa.
Rushing Chairman: Al Mcintosh

TOLEDO Ohio I, XXIV

335 Winthrop St., Toledo 10, Ohio
President : Richard Cosgrove
Chapter Counselor: James A. Green, 2730
Kendale Dr., Apt. 203, Toledo 6, Ohio
Rushing Chairman :

UTAH Utah B, XXV

153 S. 13th East, Salt Lake City 1, Utah

President ; James Blacksher

Chapter Counselor: John E. Moray, 870

Foothill Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah
Rushing Chairman : Tom Soles

UTAH STATE Utah A, XXV

837 N. 8th East, Utah



President : John W. Adams
Chapter Counselor: John W. Schoon-
maker, 1011 N. 8th East, Logan, Utah
Rushing Chairman :

VALDOSTA STATE Georgia V, VI

Valdosta State College, Valdosta, Ca.
President : Thomas Sessions
Chapter Counselor: Benjamin N. Wil.
Hams, Jr., P.O. Box 82, Lake Park, Ga.
Rushing Chairman :

VALPARISO Ind. Z, XXII

505 Lincolnway, Valparaiso, Ind.
President : Richard Rickus

Rushing Chairman: Donald Richter

VERMONT Vt. r, I

371 Main St., Burlington, Vt.
President : Jack A. Danyow
Chapter Counselor: Joseph D. Capra, 15

Green St., Burlington, Vt.
Rushing Chairman: Paul A. Robinson

VIRGINIA Va. H, IV

150 Madison Le., Charlottesville, Va.
President : John Thompson
Chapter Counselor: Harry N. Lewis, 619

Preston PL, Charlottesville, Va.
Rushing Chairman: Michael G. Hamp,

5412 N. 21st St., Arlington, Va.

WAKE FOREST N.C. Z, V

Box 7331, Reynolda Branch,
Winston-Salem, N.C.
President: William Albert Skippon, Jr.
Chapter Counselor: Wylie M. Yar-
borough, 2041 Queen St., Winston-
Salem, N.C.
Rushing Chairman : Dwight Thomas
Bridges, E. Main St., Lattimore, N.C.

WASHBURN Kan. A, XIII

1601 College St., Topeka, Kan.
President : Murrel L. Dean
Chapter Counselor: John T. Johnson,

1908 Michigan, Topeka, Kan.
Rushing Chairman : John Wohlfarth, 209

Edgewood, Topeka, Kan.

WASHINGTON Wash. B, XVII

2003 E. 47th St., Seattle 5, Wash.
President: Kenneth L. Smith
Chapter Counselor: Richard T. Olson,

5733 Coniston Rd., Seattle 5, Wash.
Rushing Chairman: Skip Caviezel

WASHINGTON & LEE Va. E, IV

Box 46, Lexington, Va.
President: Clinton L. Anderson
Chapter Counselor: Lt. Richard J. Rap-
paport. Air Force ROTC, Washington
& Lee University, Lexington, Va.
Rushing Chairman:

WASHINGTON U. (St. Louis)

Mo. B, XIX

6149 Pershing Ave., St. Louis 2, Mo.
President : Dean Klohr
Chapter Counselor: Thomas W. Kaiser,

6927 Pershing Ave., University City 5,

Mo.
Rushing Chairman : Don Kane, 15 S. Ann

PI., Crestwood 26, Mo.

WASHINGTON STATE

Wash. A, XXVII

506 Colorado St., Pullman, Wash.
President: Richard F. Smith.

Chapter Counselor: Richard S. White,
Placement Bureau, St. Col. of Wash.,
Pullman, Wash.

Rushing Chairman: Tim Manring, Rt. 2,
Pullman, Wash.



WEST VIRGINIA W.Va. B, XXI

118 Willey St., Morgantown, W.Va.
President: Howard Jones
Rushing Chairman : Carter Hall

WEST VIRGINIA TECH

W.Va. E, XXI

602 3rd Ave., Montgomery, W.Va.

President : Dennis Spriggs

Chapter Counselor: Ralph C. Bierer, Fin-
castle Apts. E. 705 Fayette Pike,
Montgomery, W.Va.

Rushing Chairman :

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Mich. B, XXIII

305 Stuart, Kalamazoo, Mich.
President: Charles Follett
Chapter Counselor: Ronald C. Straith,

5314 Plateau, Kalamazoo, Mich.
Rushing Chairman : James Bernard

WESTMINSTER Pa. A, XXI

440 New Castle St., New Wilmington, Pa.

President : James H. Mather

Chapter Counselor: Charles G. Ridl, 133

N. Lincoln, New Wilmington, Pa.
Rushing Chairman :

WICHITA Kansas H, XIII

174fl N. Vassar, Wichita, Kan.
President : Vaughan Sink
Rushing Chairman :

WILLIAM & MARY

The Pegis Club, 2*E Colony, IV

Box 2645, William & Mary College,
Williamsburg, Va.
President: James Odell
Chapter Counselor: Robert M. Usry, Box

518 Williamsburg, Va.
Rushing Chairman :

WISCONSIN Wis. B, XI

521 N. Henry St., Madison 3, Wis.
President : Kenneth W. Look
Chapter Counselor: George J. Socha, 221

Langdon St., Madison 3, Wis.
Rushing Chairman : John Schreck, Rt. 3,

Brodhead, Wis.

WISCONSIN STATE Wis. A, XI

Wisconsin State College,

Stevens Point, Wis.

President: Thomas E. Jensen

Chapter Counselor: Gilbert W. Faust, 217

N. Soo Marie Ave., Stevens Point, Wis.

Rushing Chairman: Joe Miller, Main St.,

Princeton, Wis.

WORCESTER Mass. B, XXIX

11 Boynton St., Worcester 9, Mass.
President : George F. Foxhall
Chapter Counselor: Harold A. Melden,

Jr., 30 Frederickson Ave., Holden,

Mass.
Rushing Chairman: Bartlett Fowler

WYOMING Wyo. A, XV

170 N. Fifth St., Laramine, Wyo.
President: Elwin Grant Eastman
Chapter Counselor: John R. Vaughan,

1303 Spring Creek Dr., Laramine, Wyo.
Rushing Chairman : Daniel R. Jacobs,

Box 343, Rawlins, Wyo.

YOUNGSTOWN Ohio M, XXIV

646 Bryson St., Youngstown, Ohio
President: Richard Sulek
Chapter Counselor: Kelsie B. Harder,

Youngstown University, Youngstown,

Ohio
Rushing Chairman: Walter Cwynar, 646

Bryson St., Youngstown, Ohio



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That's XMUl EVERYTHING



■ After a stint of short-term research, your
That's About Everything reporter is unhappy
to advise that the chapter libraries of Sigma Phi
Epsilon are either (1) nonexistent, or (2) rela-
tively bookless. But there is some hope for the
future.

The Sig Eps at Drake in further striving to
improve scholarship, have been hard at work in
collecting books for a chapter library. Alumni and
members have been the main source of contribu-
tions. Upon activation each new brother donates
a book in the name of his pledge class.

With the addition of books such as Emily Post's
Etiquette, World Almanac, Handbook of Chemistry
and Physics, Collier's Encyclopedia, and Web-
ster's Collegiate Dictionary, the library is be-
coming an important part of the scholarship pro-
gram. Co-operation has been the key to the li-
brary's success.

At Colorado the TV and cardroom are being
converted into a library. The ultimate aim is to
have a library well stocked with reference, classi-
cal, and other outstanding books. The Mothers
Club has donated some new draperies, while the
brothers repainted the room. A library fund is de-
rived from house fines and donations.

Ohio Northern's library was developed during
the years from 1910 to 1920 in order to fill empty
wall space; and the House has been content to
dust the same old books through all the follow-
ing years. The present library includes approxi-
mately 450 volumes. The book sets are the most an-
cient. For instance, there are 23 volumes of the
New International Library, published by Dodd,
Mead in 1914, and The University Library, vol-
umes 1-24, edited by John H. Finley and pub-
lished by Doubleday in 1936. Others include 10
volumes of Messages and Papers of the Presidents,
by James D. Richardson in 1899; A Collection of
Orations from Homer to McKinley, volumes 1-25,
edited by Mayo W. Hazeltine, published by P. F.
Collier in 1902; and 27 volumes of the Ohio Ar-
chaeological Historical Society Publications, by
Fred J. Heer in 1919. On the shelves are volumes
XXVIII through LVI of the Journal.



There has been no noticeable gain in the li-
brary since 1953 when several best sellers were
bought. However there seems to be a healthy in-
terest in periodicals. Regularly received are News-
week, Look, Holiday, Post, Life, Time, Argosy,
the Lima Citizen newspaper, and the Ada Herald
newspaper.

The office of National Librarian of Sigma Phi
Epsilon is vacant; any interested, qualified brother
may apply.

■ On the long list of officers from every chapter
who have served the national Fraternity, only

two have been listed at National Headquarters as
"lost" — and it is hoped for not much longer.

These brothers are James A. Hughes, Jefferson
Medical College, who was appointed Grand His-
torian at the Pittsburgh Conclave in 1905 and
served for a number of years; and Clyde A. Ver-
Beck, Wittenberg College, '07, who was appointed
Grand Vice-president at the Conclave in Philadel-
phia in April 1906.

Brother Hughes was initiated at Jefferson Medi-
cal (Pennsylvania Beta) in January, 1905, but
transferred to the chapter at Penn on October 10,
1910. His last known address was 437 Edgehill
Road, Glenside, Pa.

Brother VerBeck was last known to reside at
Fordyce, Ark.

National Headquarters would like to return
these lost Grand Officers to the fold of the all
accounted for. Alas! Their chapters too are lost!

■ Team Captain of Dartmouth's varsity scholars,
David E. Bond, '60 {see cut) paced the Gen-
eral Electric "College Bowl" participants over
CBS-TV during their three victorious encounters
with Bryn Mawr, Rice, and Williams. Dave, a
Senior Fellow at Dartmouth studying the eco-
nomic development of Thailand with Professor of
Geography Robert E. Huke, '48, Alumni House
Corporation treasurer and chapter coynselor, has
just been named recipient of the coveted Wood-
row Wilson Fellowship for graduate study.




Dartmouth's David E. Bond
(second from left) paces
General Electric's College
Bowl participants on TV.



UTH COL



.D U L,



■ Hats off to former Grand Treasurer Frank G.
Louthan of Richmond, Va., for establishing an

annual award, perhaps a properly engraved watch,
to be presented to a senior student at the Univer-
sity of Richmond, on the basis of scholarship (40
per cent), college activities (30 per cent), charac-
ter (20 per cent), and general judgment of the
committee (10 per cent). Brother Louthan in
December presented the University with shares
of stock of an estimated current value of $1,000.

■ The fine open letter written to President Ernest
N. Harmon of Norwich University by George

Starr Lasher of Theta Chi, editor of its magazine.
The Rattle, was greatly admired by Ye Ed.

In a fine piece of writing of some length, Dr.
Lasher sought to persuade President Harmon that
the college fraternity contributed a great deal to
the education of the undergraduate members who
assumed their obligations properly. For more than
a century, college generations of the Theta Chi
Society, founded at Norwich in 1856, had kept
agleam the proud gem of brotherhood in the
crown of alma mater, as had Sigma Phi Epsilon,
established in 1908, and four other groups.

In enacting a law to bring an end to brother-
hood on the Norwich campus, Harmon and the
trustees or regents were making a grave mistake.
Dr. Lasher contended.

Bob Laubenheimer of the Norwich Sig Ep
house, in a letter on page 4 of this Journal,
chooses his words well, we believe, in speaking
of the "magnitude" of this mistake, and he states
plainly that what the officials of Norwich Univer-
sity have abolished is Brotherhood.

Ye Ed has no open letter for President Harmon,
but he would like to call attention to the almost
universal belief that the men and women who
populate America's campuses could use above ev-
erything else more education on the spiritual side.
To do the job right these campuses must be
headed by men who recognize the need of such
education and they must themselves have the
capacity for assimilating such education. There is
a plaque at the Keene, New Hampshire, Teachers
College not more than a short drive away from
President Harmon's desk at Northfield which
reads: "It is not what we know but what we love
that matters." We must love God first and our
brothers second — almost as much, if that is pos-
sible . . . but isn't it a fact that any man who
makes things rough on brotherhood misses the
point and will probably continue to miss it unto
the end of his days?

■ Several issues ago, in an effort to make ma-
terial fit available space. Ye Ed omitted an

editorial note following a letter from C. D. Xistry,
of the New York University chapter, concerning
an extra accent in the spelling of the fraternity
motto. Brother Xistry, whose people are Greek,
who himself studied seven years in Greece, as-
serted that it should be spelled 2iYna $i "Et|^iXov.



"We have an extra accent on the "EiiJi^ov," he
said.

Our editorial note states that Carter Ashton
Jenkens, the scholar among the Founders who
wrote the application of Christ's gospel into the
foundation of Sigma Phi Epsilon, in devising its
symbolism used the Greek-English Lexicon known
as Liddell and Scott. This was the 1877 edition
published by Harper and Brothers; this work
gives the accented omicron.

■ Dean of Men Mylin H. Ross of Ohio State
University recently announced the availability

of graduate resident assistantships in the depart-
ment of psychology at the University. They are
available in conjunction with a two-year training
program in student personnel work.

These assistantships constitute a work-study
plan leading to a career as dean of men, director
of residence, adviser to international students,
social director, counselor of college students, dean
of students, director of housing, program director
of student union, and the like.

To qualify a man must have earned his A.B.
degree with a B average in his undergraduate
courses. Further information is available from
Dr. Maude A. Stewart, director of the graduate
resident program, 215 Pomerene Hall, the Ohio
State University, Columbus, Ohio.

■ George C. Hindall, president of the alumni
board, Ohio Northern chapter, has this to say

about the Heart campaign: "We at Ohio Alpha
feel that [our] co-operation with the American
Heart Association is very commendable and
should create for Sigma Phi Epsilon additional


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