of Phi Delta a for May, 1943
Washington State Phis in
Advanced R.O.T.C. Left
lo right: Nelson, Martini,
Beekman, Arger, Carver,
Olson, Coppers, Youngman, Witt.
under way for a spring formal to be with A
and An initiation was on April with
Paul Fleming, George Luhman, and Earl Krueger
being formaUy initiated. Most of the actives are expecting their calls to the armed services by June,
but the few members that wiU be left this summer
are determined to hold meetings and thus provide
a nudeus for our chapter after the
WISCONSIN BETA, LAWRENCE COLLEGE Starting
the year wifli 38 actives and 24 Phikeias the chapter
has been reduced to 30 members and three pledges
as a result of its contributions to the various services.
Those who left most recendy indude Brothers Kllefoth, Perschbacher, Nelson, Remley, Banta, Lange,
Bahnson, Gile, Allen, Pahle, Cooper, Army; Montross,
Francke, Eckrich, and Rasey, Army Air Corp; Boisdair, Army Meteorology; and McNaughton, Navy
Construction Battalion. These losses have been keenly
felt, but the chapter has been able to keep its leading position in athletics and campus activities. Captain Crossett, Harvey, Buesing, Bahnson, MiUer, and
Fieweger were awarded letters as members of the
Midwestem Conference Championship basketball
team. MiUer made All Conference first team, and
Crossett the second team. Three freshmen, Kibbe,
Siegman, and R. Buesing received numerals. Fieweger has been competing with Big Ten schools in
invitational track meets whUe Coffman, Nelson,
Buesing, Zupek, Diem, Simmons, Crossett, Swenson,
and Croghan are training for conference competition.
Zupek and Brumbaugh won AU College championships in wresding, and the Phi basketbaU and bowling
teams took second and third places in the fraternity
league. first semester found the house in second
place for the scholarship by a himdredth of a point.
One set of incomplete grades, due to iUness, may
place the chapter in first place, however. Zupek was
elected president ot the student body; Elias won
election to and Haack, Dite, and W. Nolan
were named to Mace, men's highest honor sodety.
Dick Miller has been made sport's editor of the
Lawrentian; and Croghan is writing for the Contributor, college magazine. Zupek and Buesing received favorable notice tor their parts in The Village
Green, college play, whUe Brumbaugh is rehearsing
for The Beautiful People, last production of the year.
At the Founders iJay Banquet, held in conjunction
with the Fox VaUey Alumni Club, we had the
privilege and pleasure of hearing and meeting President William Mather Lewis of the General Council.
The whole chapter was shocked to leam that Dale
Pearce, '45, and Fred Atkinson, '42, were reported
missing in Africa. It has since been discovered that
Atkinson is a prisoner in Italy, and we aU hope for
favorable word of Pearce. We announce the pledging
of Charles Simmons, Evanston, and Lane Dickinson,
Appleton, and their initiation along with Bob Radford and Don McNaughton
JERRY BRUMBAUGH, Re-
WYOMING ALPHA, UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
The chapter announces the initiation of Don Hartman, Bob Straits, Bob McKay, Jack EUbogen, Willis
Jensen, Stanley Hunt, and LeRoy Heisey. The foUowing members have been called to the armed forces,
having been members of the Advanced R.O.T.C.
Unit: Jones, Bush, Cole, Thompson, and Minihan.
Bruce, Minick, Jack Moses, Charles Mases, Swanton,
Coleman, Joe Fillerup, and Mel FiUerup are members of the E.R.C. and reported at Fort Logan AprU
9-13. The chapter stands first in the race for the
intramural plaque at the beginning of this spring
quarter. We have improved our scholarship rating
and hope to gain further honors. Sailors and Roney
have been outstanding on Wyoming's great basketbaU team this year. SaUors was sdected as AAU
All-America, gaining recognition by the Hdms Athletic Foundation as the outstanding forward of the
year. Rongstad has been initiated into E, honorary
chemical fraternity. With 23 actives remaining, the
chapter hopes to continue to operate for some time
Chapter Officers, Note
As this college year draws to its close, make sure that all of your duties have been
fully discharged. Above ail, be sure your adviser is in full possession of, or has ready
access to, all critical records, paraphernalia. Bond Book, etc., etc. Check yourself