SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for MAY, 1969
Dr. Terrell said a study is being
conducted at WSU to determine if
fraternities and sororities are fulfilling their roles on the campus. He
said the chapters were indispensible
as living groups during the college's
period of rapid growth.
Golden Legion certificates were
presented to Harper Joy and George
F. Ingraham, both Whitman '22.
John Heath (Whitman '49) was reelected club president while Robert
L. Morgan (Washington State '55)
will serve as vice president. John W.
Skadan (Washington State '42) remains secretary.
Secretary Skadan reported that
Idaho Phis have moved into a new
$350,000 chapter house and that a
$320,000 house is planned for occupancy at WSU this fall.
Ball State: Legionnaires Wilson, left, and Bolles
ford, Ohio, the founding community
of the Fraternity. Approximately 50
undergraduates were present along
with 25 alumni. First, Ohio Alpha
House Corporation President, Robert
E. Steman, '31, presented the pin ot
William Matson Chidlaw, '1891, caplain of Miami's first football team, to
die chapter on the behalf of Gen.
Ben W. Chidlaw, his son. The Banjamin Harrison Award for chapter
leadership was presented to Stephen
M. Millet, '69. This award consists of
a plaque on which is a bust of President Benjamin Harrison, 1852. This
plaque was originally presented to
Ohio Alpha by Ray Blackwell
(Franklin '24), former SCROLL editor
and alumni secretary.
rfere held for Henry C. Montgomery
(Hanover '21) and William J. Peden
(Indiana '22). Robert J. Miller (New
Mexico '50), the executive secretary
of the Fraternity, was the guest
speaker. He spoke on the founding of
the Fraternity and other interesting
events. Among other alumni present
were Warren W. Smith (Maryland
'56), Zeta province president; Clinton
'64), assistant executive secretary; Ray
Blackwell; Charles R. Wilson, '26,
vice president, Miami University; and
Douglas M. Wilson, '64, director of
alumni relations, Miami University.
Spokane Phis gathered March 19 to
celebrate Founders' Day and hear an
excellent talk by Dr. Glenn Terrell
Davidson '42), president ot Washington State.
Topeka: Riggins, left, gets trophy from Davis
Merle Blair (Washburn '58) was
named Phi of the Year at the
Topeka Alumni Club's Founders'
Day dinner March 19 at the Topeka
Blair, general manager of radio station KTOP since 1964, is a past president of the cliib. He received his
award from the previous winner.
Jack Greenwood (Washburn '56).
The John Davis Jr. Trophy tor the
top athlete in Mu Province was
awarded to Kansas' super-sophomore,
John Riggins. The trophy was presented by Dr. Davis (Washburn '38).
The Golden Legion certificate was
presented to Gerald Puffer (Kansas
'21) by cl,ub president Herbert Hoover (Washburn '43). Four other Legion eligibles, Theodore M. Hussey,
WiUard V. Haskell, George W.
Topeka: Legionnaire Puffer, left, and Hoover