The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for January,
PHIS AT PENSACOLA
Back row, left to right:
Lt, (jg) Lewis R. Hardy,
Alpha; Ensign Dick Devine, Washington
Washington Alpha; Ensign John H, Higgins,
Ohio Zeta; Ensign Robert Calland, Washington
Alpha, Front row: Ensign Leonard F, Jansen,
(fg) Leland L. Johnson,
Forest F. Twogood (Athletic Director and former
Idaho coach) Iowa Beta;
Alpha; Lt. (jg) D. W.
Mulcahy, Ohio Iota.
Eddie Goode is a member of A from Colgate
University. Eddie has been, for some time, connected
with the Publicity Department of the International
Telephone and Telegraph Corporation as Assistant to
Frank Page, the vice president in charge of operation.
As a member of the New York Alumni Eddie
has been one of its staunchest supporters and was an
unfailing rooter for Colgate and A DONALD
KIEFFER AND P. M. MCCULLOUGH.
Two reports of Seattle Alumni club activities were
received, as follows
REGULAR meetings held at the College the first
Thursday night of each month have marked the activities of the Seattle Alumni club during the fall.
Paul Coie, the barrister from Washington Gamma,
has taken over that man-killing job of program
chairman and the proof of his success is borne out
by his still doing the job, and attendance at the
meetings has never been better. Prexy Art Lee, the
flash from Washington Beta, has dropped the gavel
for crowds running over 50 brothers at the meetings,
and he has pulled enough rabbits in the line of
activities out of his nimble brain to keep every one
pounding away at something worthwhile. In passing,
the latch string is out for all visting Phis, in service
or out, to come up to our regular monthly meetings.
The time, as stated above, is 6:30 the first Thursday
of every month at the College Make it a point
to come in and meet your Northwest Phis.
From Sid Bemis, Captain in U. S. Marines, came
a picture of some of the brothers that were with him
at Pensacola, (See cut.) With the help of Bob Calland
he gathered ten boys together for the picture as a
preliminary step for an artide in SCROLL.
We hope that Sid gets another wave of ambition
like this one and sends in similar material MORT
December meeting was featured by the discus-
sion of the expansion of our "Fighting Front" letters to the brothers in the service, and to Phis at
home. Many expressions of approval were voiced and
read. These letters go to over seventy Phis in service,
with best wishes of the Alumni club. Phis at home
who desire to continue receiving these letters, and to
identify themselves with support of the club, should
immediately contact James Bennett.
Brothers Dixon Schivdy, Washington '15, and
Sandy Mackie, Washington '42, described the new
chapter room located under the sun room, at the
chapter house, and the installation of additional
study rooms for the brothers who recently brought
the scholarship standing up to third-from-the-top
among all men's organizations.
A noon luncheon was discussed and will shortly
be instituted, the date and place to- be announced
later. Brothers in the service attending the dinner
meeting were: Lieut. Clayton McMinimee, Washington 'aS; C.P.O. Clark Israel, Washington State '35;
Lieut. William Calvert, Washington, '28; and Major
Herman Goebel, Jr., Ohio State '21 KENT RATCLIPFE, Secretary.
BY THE TIME this letter goes to press, Toledo Alumni
Club will have held its annual Christmas party,
where we entertain all the active Phis and pledges
that are in college. Our will miss Captain
Musgrave and Commander Neill, as well as the other
twelve brothers in service who have always helped
make this party a success.
Our meetings are on the third Thursday of each
month and are being well attended. Out of the
twenty-six boys we had at our spring party, twentytwo of them have been pledged to A O.
Brother Colonel Seais is in Australia and word gets
back to your secretary that he is meeting many
brothers in the Bond. Capt. Bill Moore is permanently located in Columbus, Ohio. Let us hope they
will all be back with us soon FRED A. HUNT, Secretary,