of Phi Delta a for January, 1943
Sodal activities of our chapter this faU included an
Informal houseparty after the Vermont game, and
the formal Interfraternity ball and houseparty on
Hamilton game weekend. New York Beta is proud
of Brother Patterson, '12, Assistant Secretary of War.
R. JESSEN, Reporter.
YORK EPSILON, SYRACUSE
There was a fine turnout of both alumni and actives
at the annual Homecoming after the traditional
Syracuse-Colgate football game. The chapter is outstanding in intramural sports, leading the bowling
league and having reached the finals in football.
Brindle was the highest scorer of the -intramural
football. McTieman is one of the prominent men on
the varsity basketball team. Walls is fast becoming
one of the top men of the wrestling team. Griswold
is out for varsity rifle while Phikeia Gilmore continues his fine record on the swimming team. Phikeias Crowe and Schank plan to resume their crew
activities in the spring. The chapter recently had the
honor of entertaining bass-baritone James Pease,
Franklin '37, who sang in a university musical production. Ensign Hugh Jones, '42, made a visit to
the chapter house in late November. Alumnus Crowell
has presented to the chapter, new entrance steps,
which add much to the beauty ot the house. The
chapter announces the pledging ot Robert J. Bardenett, Syracuse, N.Y. The annual Christmas party
was its usual success. With the beginning of the'
new year, the chapter is an outstanding one at Syracuse, and continued success is expected in the coming
NORTH DAKOTA ALPHA, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH
and Holmquist have been initiated into Blue Key, and Holmquist has been elected
to K. Olson was nominated an all-conference
fullback. McClintock and Gustafson are doing very
well on the varsity basketball team. The house
touchball team was runner-up for the championship.
The volleyball team finished in third place, giving
us valuable points for the Participation Trophy. We
have two new Phikeias: Jackson Hoy, regular varsity
halfback, and Kenneth Voiss. Rendahl and Cairney
were elected to membership in A honorary fraternity in accounting. A successful Barn dance was
in the chapter house November 7. Jack JoUite
and Robert Sitz have gone into active Army service
and John Smith has left for service in the Marine
Corps. Gylnquist was dected to the freshman council.
Jones is photographer for the Dacotah Student. The
Mother's club is going to have the furniture in our
leather room upholstered for a Christmas present to
the SANDS, Reporter,
From top to bottom: Dean's List men at
Houck, McMinn, and Demmy.
The New York Alpha house.
New York Alpha members working on University
publications: top row, left to Cofrin,
Wood, McMinn; bottom Van Arsdale, Bryant, Walkley.
"The Great Hall," interior of New York Alpha
The freshman class: top row, left to
Peters, Knoell, Moulton, Murphy; second Druckenmiller, Kent, Gurney, Shi-uers, Hobson;
third Mosher, Rowley, Robinson; bottom Seymour, Kimbell, Gavitt.