The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for November,
The Army Air Corps has C. Shannon, the Coast Guard
has Burger, and the Merchant Marine has R.
Tucker. Three Alums are serving in the Marines,
being W. Oliver, Capt.; L. Schulenberg, Sgt.; and
R. Hangar, These Alums are augmented by a
number of actives in the various reserves: F. McKee,
J. Davis, G. Wood, T. Meyers, and E. Landrumin
the Senior R.O.T.C; Carter, R. Weis, Johnson, E. Eager, W. Tipton, B. Henwood, and F. Scott
in the Marine Reserve; and G. Willson, R. Wooley,
R. Steuber, J. Stephens, and W. Brewster in the
chapter entered the tall term with an exceptional
pledge class consisting of twenty-three Phikeias:
Donald Deane, Chester Lake, Thomas Skinker, Jackson Thursby, Arthur Swenson, Jr., Conway Gordon,
brother to Don and Ed Gordon, '33 and '42, St. Louis;
Phil Whittaker, John Fansler, Minneapolis, Minn.;
BiU Bovaird, Tulsa, Okla.; Joe Allen, Bob McCord,
brother to Joe McCord, '40, Sikeston; Phil Hauck,
John Adams, Higginsville; Ed Lenders, Bill Fitzgerald, Granite City, 111.; Lester Morgan, Jack Morton, Kansas City; Jim Holman, Frank Holman, Moberly; Jerre Bruce, Kennett; Allen Coatsworth,
Mexico; Frank Gordon, Fayetteville, Ark.; W. J.
Cochran, Boonville. On August 21 John Jameson,
son ot Boulware Jameson, '15, was initiated. Jameson
is now in the Army Air Corps at Randolph Field.
On Oct. 21 initiation was held for the Phikeias ot
the summer session: Adams, F. Holman, J. Holman,
Lenders, Morton, Skinker, Thursby. On Oct. 31,
Westminster observed Parents Day, and the interfraternity singing cup, won last year by Missouri
Beta, was presented. In the athletic race, being judged
partially on intramural sports, A is well in the
lead and is prepared to win another intramural
trophy as it won by such a large margin last Spring.
Charles F. Lamkin former president of the General
Council addressed the Phikeias on the history of
the Fraternity on October 27, the sixty-second anniversary of the granting of Missouri Beta's charter.
During the summer session, Westminster now being
on trimester basis, L. Cox was supervisor ot the
year book and is business manager tor the ensuing
year. Cox and McDaniel were dected to OAK. The
Westminster glee club is now under the direction of
Lee McElroy and is enjoying a successful season.
A serenade under the direction of V. Gray was
at William Woods College with the usual success and
appreciation. House improvements tor the summer
include a new enclosed sun porch and furniture
CHARLES HANFORD, Reporter.
MISSOURI GAMMA, WASHINGTON
We have initiated three men pledged at the start
ot the summer term: Bob MacRoberts, Jack Dugan,
Harry Knap. As the football season starts, the Chapter
wfll be represented by lanky ft. Cubby Woodard,
varsity end; and by head cheerleader Ed Rhodes,
Bob Krause number Cheerleader; and Neut Schiller,
football manager. In the literar)' field are Jack Daniels, managing Editor ot Eliot, and George' Owen,
art editor. George is also vice-president of the student
senate and a member of OAK. start the season
out right, several of the brothers have been appointed
to important positions: Herbert is the new editorial
editor ot Student Life; Rhodes is the new director
ot all the student publications; Bob Gates is business
manager ot Student Life; John, Rains is in charge of
student finances and the N.Y.A. payroll; George
Owen and Frank Bubb have been elected to the
engineers B11; Rider was appointed to the Quad
Show board, and Smiley holds the important spot
of intramural manager, for the second year EDWARD
MONT.A.NA ALPHA, MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY.
last spring were Jim Houtz, Charles Sullivan, and George Livesey, Missoula; Bob Dowen,
Chinook; Joe Thiebes and Harry Nelson, Great Falls;
Dave Templeton, Helena; and Bill Fitzpatrick,
Butte. We feel the loss ot such good Phis as Bill
Mufich, Lyle Miller, Harold Garnass, and George
Livesey to the Navy Air Corps,_and Bill Newhouse
and Bob Kenyon to the Army Air Corps. Bill Jones
was awarded the Grizzly Cup, given annually to the
best senior athlete. At the same time. Bill Mufich,
Will DeGroot, and BiU Jones were awarded M-Club
blankets which are given to three-year lettermen.
Warren Vaughn was student co-ordinater for last
spring's Interscholastic Meet. Peterson, Burke, and
Thiebes are representing us on the varsity footbaU
team, with Ham Greene as manager and Dan Sullivan
as his assistant. Jones is the new frosh football coach.
Those men selected for advanced R.O.T.C. were Nutting, Jillson, Greene, Risken, Pedersen, and Beck.
Stephens recently received the appointment of Cadet
Major "of the R.O.T.C. The chapter was pleased to
learn that Montana Alpha's Vern Haugland has
MISSOURI GAMMA GREATS
Rumer, a, Harting, A K, Heineman, Owen, and Brereton, OAK