Phi Delta Chi
MEMBERS—Front row: Bud Warren, Don Webb, Melvin Blumberg, Felix Probandt, Rich
Rorschach, Tom Carswell, John Hooper, George Dulany, Melvin Engel, Kenneth Pat Gregory.
Second row: Walter McMeans, James Keeney, Jr., Robert Edmiston, Irving Drake, Jack Sommer-
field, John O'Dowd, Dwight King, John Brukner, J. A. Van Assenderp, Dean Soape, Sam Puckett,
Neville Fitch, James Cox, Jr.
OFFICERS: Irving Drake, exchequer; Neville
Fitch, magister; James Warren, clerk; Kenneth
Pat Gregory, past-magister.
Delta Theta Phi
Delta Theta Phi law fraternity upholds high academic and professional standards
for law students.
Standards require members to be outstanding scholastically, show a desire for social
service, respect for established customs and tradition and a desire to better their society.
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campus, wus chartered in 1953. I'lii Delia
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founded on the I nivrrsity ol Michigan
The purpose of the fraternity is to promote
legal ethics and learning as well as to provide
a means of fellowship for students and practicing lawyers.
OFFICERS-Simng: John P. Huber, master of the ritual; Joseph Huey O'Toole, vice-dean; Jack Bumstead, dean; Hart T Mank.n clerk
of the rolfs; Edward B. McGowan, bailiff. First row: Mitchell Esper. Phill Pickett, Russ Murphy, Louis D^ Carroh, Carlow Escobar
Raymond Zagone, Clarence F. Kendall, Gus Merriwether, Glenn Cooksey. Second row: John Yates, Jim KeUy, Ben Endl.ch John
Spence, Joe Hardegree, Robert Hewlett, Paul Murphy. Third row: Richard Viguerie, Robert Breaux, Bert Heubner, Tony Bonilla,
George Vance, LeRoy Peavy.