The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for November, 1942
connected with Signode Steel Strapping Co.,
whose main offices are a 401 Street, Philadelphia. Brother Weikel is a frequent
of weekly luncheon of Philadelphia Alumni Club Wednesdays a noon a
Kuglers. His is a 205 Willow Grove Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, a
elected to a seat Supreme Bench of nessee. Prewitt resides a Bolivar,
where has practiced law continuously since
his graduation from Vanderbilt, except for fourteen in U. S. Army i
a when served overseas.
ALFRED SHRIVER, Williams
a a of Socony-Vacuum i Company, Chicago, has been elected a director of Chicago
a Eastern Illinois Railroad. A a a
meeting of this company, reports showed a
increase in revenues of 36.8 cent for first
a of year.
'15, a a of
investment a i firm of Morgan Stanley
Co., of New York, has been elected a trustee of
Williams College. i his election three members of A a trustees of College,
two being KARL EPHRAIM WESTON,
'96, a MORRIS BRYAN LAMBIE, Williams
STEPHENS SINCLAIR, Columbia
'19, of New
York City, July 1, 1941, became a vicepresident of New York Life Insurance Co.,
at a recent meeting of directorate was elected
a director of company, a was also a pointed Executive Vice-President.
KURTZ KAUFFMAN, Dickinson
CHARLES RUSSELL CORBIN, Ohio
has been a
pointed judge of Superior Court a Los Angeles by Governor Olson, of California, to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Lewis
Lowell Smith. Only a few before, Kauffm a was appointed of Municipal
'16, has ac-
cepted a position in Bureau of Censorship
a will closely associated with Byron Price,
Director of Censorship. has resigned as managing editor of the Toledo Blade, with which
he has been associated for fourteen years.
MERREL PRICE CALLAWAY, Mercer
named sole trustee of Central of Georgia
Railway, with headquarters a Savannah. accept this post has resigned as chairman of
the trust investment committee of Guaranty
Company, of York.
FREEMAN THEODORE Brown
'26, is now
rector of Empresa Forca Luz (Power a
Light Co.) of Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
has practiced his profession of electrical
engineering in Brazil for many years.
treasurer of Babson Institute of Business
Administration, a Babson Park, Mass. Following his graduation a Brown, was connected
for many years with Poor's Publishing Company
as editor of Poor's Bond
FULTON COLLINS, Pittsburgh
'06, is a di-
Moss WILLIAMS, Missouri
'26, of New
York City, a vice-president of United Press,
has been named general business manager
of United Press. Since 1935 a been in
charge of sales department.
'03, formerly of i
'18, has been
elected president of General A i Association of University of Pittsburgh. Brother
Collins, a mechanical engineer, is a recognized
authority central heating.
CASPAR I I A CLARKE, Williams
netka. 111., has moved to 411 Poplar St., Laguna
Beach, Calif., a is engaged as a consulting
administrative industrial Cayugan.
vice-president of Pacific National Bank of
Seattle, was recently appointed to Municipal
a a i Commission of City of Seattle.
FRED BENNETT North
Los Angeles, was installed as president of
American Congress of Physical a a
recent meeting of Congress a Pittsburgh.
MONTAGUE COOK, I I I Stanford
SAMUEL A MASON, Cornell
STEPHEN SCHENK JONES, Cornell
vice-president of Cook Co., Ltd., of
has interests also in Copper
Roofs Co. of Hawaii a the Molokai Ranch Co.
FRANCIS WESTERMAN, Ohio
new football coach a Yale. was assistant
coach a Wisconsin last year, following periods
of assistant coaching a Pennsylvania, a a
statistician for State of Ohio. resides a
210 S. Chesterfield Road, Columbus.
'28, is statistician
in railroad affairs for Chase National Bank,
New York City. resides at West Nyack, N.Y.
engineer with i
a a N.Y.
'37, is a chemical
Air Products Co.,