of Phi Delta Theta for May, 1943
LAWRENCE SEYMOUR WARREN, Syracuse '25, has
been located in Philadelphia most of the time
since leaving college. For a few years he was
connected with the publishing house of John
Winston Company. Some fifteen years ago he
entered the investment business and is now associated with the well known New York Investment House of Reynolds Company in their
Philadelphia office. He has been active in the
Philadelphia Alumni Club since being in Philadelphia and was their delegate to the Montreal
Convention of 1926. He has also attended several
other National Phi gatherings. He has served on
the Board of Directors of the club and was
elected president at the recent annual meeting
held during the Founders Day celebration on
LIEUT. S. CAMPION WOOD, Amherst
'23, U. S.
Navy, is located in Philadelphia as assistant to
the Director of the Port with offices in the
Custom House at 2nd Chestnut Streets. Brother
Wood has been in the insurance business for a
number of years and has the degree of CL.U.
(Chartered Life Underwriter). He is an Assodate
General Agent of the C. J. Alien, Inc. Agency of
The Travelers Insurance Company.
EMIL JUSTUS RIEDERER, Columbia
his Golden Legion certificate from the hand of
Dr. William Mather Lewis, president of the General Council, at the Founders Day dinner in
Philadelphia on March 15. Brother Riederer has
been employed as a chemist by the Atlas Powder
Company since his graduation. For a number
of years he has been located in Wilmington,
Del., for the Atlas Company.
COACH EBY AND ASSISTANT
The famed Phi coach is shown here in a familiar pose
as he watches his Coe team drill. With him is his
assistant, Harris L. Lamb.
MORAY LEON EBY, Iowa '01, resigned on March
30 from his faculty position at Coe College, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, where he had coached football
since 1914. Sixty-five years old. Brother Eby was
the dean of Iowa coaches and athletic directors.
He will become sporting goods sales manager for
a Cedar Rapids department store at conclusion
of the present college year.
WILLIAM SPANGENBERG, Syracuse '41, is emCoach Eby's 29 Coe teams played 225 games
ployed in the accounting department of Reuben
and won 131 of them. They lost 77 and tied 17,
H. Donnelley Corporation in Philadelphia. scoring 2,945 points to 1,530 for their opponents.
Brother Spangenberg has identified himself with
He was a close friend of the late Knute Rockne,
the Philadelphia Alumni Club and attended
and the two mentors often collaborated in the
their Founders Day dinner on March 15. development of football technique and systems
Donnelley Corporation are publishers of Di- of play. Rockne once listed Eby among the ten
best football coaches in the nation. For many
years his teams were the scourge of the Midwest
Conference, and during his long career Coach
Eby often sent his teams against ranking football
teams of the nation, such as Minnesota, Illinois,
Iowa, Army, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame.
Don Herold Is Elected
Head Indiana Alumni
DON HEROLD, Indiana '12, widely known
cartoonist, writer, and advertising specialist, is the newly-elected president of the
IJniversity of Indiana Alumni Association,
according to announcement April 22, following counting of the mail ballots. Named
to the vice presidency of the Assodation is
Mrs. Myra Allison Briggs, widow of the
late Ray Briggs, Indiana '18, long a leader
in Hoosier Phi circles.
KARL TINSLEY WAUGH, A.M., Ohio
leyan '00, is with the United States Office of
Education in Washington, D.C. Brother Waugh's
duties have to do with administering the Student War Fund. As field representative he visits
colleges and universities, giving counsel concerning the use of Federal aid to students who are
preparing themselves for special service in the
National emergency. Dr. Waugh was formerly
president of Dickinson College and for many
years Dean at the University of Southern California.