of Phi Delta a for May, 1943
Army. Two other brothers were lost when Jim
new second lieutenant's bars. Word has just been rePriest entered the Naval Air Corps, and Charles Weeks
ceived from his father. Brother Hartley Sanders, that
was caUed into the Army. In the near future the
Brother "Prody" Sanders is serving under General
chapter wUl sponsor its annual hayride, and it is
MacArthur. News has also come that Vincent Daniels,
hoped that many old grads will be on hand to enjoy
now Major Daniels, is with the Signal Corps in North
Africa. This chapter is very proud of James Rives
CHARLES JOHNSON, Reporter.
Childs of the U. S. Foreign Service, who, in his caWASHINGTON ALPHA, UNnnERsrrY OF WASHINGpadty as Consul at Casablanca had part in arranging
start of a new quarter found Washington
the historic Churchill-Roosevelt conferences. We are Alpha with many ot its prominent members in the
quite sorry to report that G. Simpson, our chapter
service: Woodin, Sizemore, J. Lichtenwalner, C.
adviser, is leaving the campus for Red Cross service
Lichtenwalner, David, R. Blackstock, Kirk, Stotts,
with the Army overseas. However, we consider ourDouglas, Daulph, Burmaster, Waters, J. Davis, DameU,
selves fortunate in that Brother W. S. Webb will
Stubbs, Skadan, Small, Bruce, Blackstock, Widand,
now serve us in that capacity. Fidler was tapped by
Laucks, Denning, D. Davis, Hillman, Mdrose, Watkins,
OAK recendy; White was elected to membership in
Gardner, Venables, and Swanson. In addition to this
$, honorary sdentific fraternity; and Taylor was
number we had lost fourteen men to the services
initiated into the local chapiter of K. Out for the earUer in the school year. Our chapter is stiU operat>
baseball team are Russell, Fidler, Wright, White,
ing at 100 per cent effidency. We have 57 members
Mclntyre, and Phikeia Edwards. Fidler and Taylor
and the house is filled to capacity. Fall quarter our
attended the Founders Day Banquet in Richmond,
chapter ranked fifth on the campus scholasticaUy.
E. WILKINS, Reporter.
Winter quarter found the chapter improving its
standard considerably. chapter announces the
VIRGINIA ZETA, WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERpledging of Dwight Stewart. Several other prominent
STTY Next month Virginia Zeta wiU complete another
men are being considered for membership. The chapsuccessful fraternity year, both from an individual
ter is making plans to hold its second initiation of
and fraternity viewpoint. Intramural competition has
the year. Zeck, Berlin, Ingram, Calderhead, Buck and
found the chapter among the leaders for the entire
Meyers will be the men participating in the cereyear, and it is now contending for final honors.
mony. Many brothers are prominent in activities on
Smith recently won the college handball tournament,
the campus. Some of these men are Jacobs, captain
advancing without a defeat through a large field.
of the golf team and winner of the all-university
Brothers Addison, Blaydes, Johnson, and Smith are
championship. Schaake and Ingram are out for the
members of the varsity basebaU squad, which revarsity golf team. Soli is a fixture in the first boat
cently opened its schedije. Allison, a returning letterat crew. Edson is in the first frosh boat. Meyers,
man, will serve as captain of the varsity tennis team.
Berlin and Moore are working hard at spring football.
Standings recendy announced show that the chapter
Crockett and Zech are well on their way to big
ranks fourth in scholarship among the eighteen
W's in baseball. Haagen is attempting to defend
fratemities on the campus. Jim Priest has been
his Northwest javelin championship. Sutherland,
named secretary of the Interfraternity Council. At
Getaz, Voorhis, Blodgett and Schaake are also worka recent meeting of the chapter, Allison was elected
ing hard to earn places on the track team. Mackie
President to succeed Garges, who was called into the
that was greeted by of most resounding roars a ever a State
player, as walked off a
enjoys just a all fun a goes
i a complete college a fraternity life, playing cards with a Braille deck to i i a a
bike with of brothers.
Chuck is used to accidents. i i i a
a a a ago, bicycle got
of control, swerved to left, i a
threw Charley off. i his head against a
tree giving i a nasty bruise. Dazed for
a i got i bike,
a off. has been trained a way. I is
psychology a best i to after a
accident of any sort is to try i over again a
once. knows it.
His features a like a book of past mishaps.
Once, while sledding a slope farm,
he i a a of i skull a a wire
fence. scar still shows a his cut.
Several times while shaving, a come
with nicks which leave their faint calling cards
on his features.
For all his a i a still likes to considered of boys." likes to get
His blindness is no handicap.
a catch a softball, or walk to church i
fellows Sundays, play i a go
dates a dance Uke anyone else. does
them all a very well
Now Chuck is president of Pennsylvania