Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Delta Chi on the
University campus has 51 members.
Phi Delta Chi, a national professional fraternity, was founded November 2, 1883, at
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The fraternity is for students who are dedicated to the advancement of pharmacy and
who will strengthen inter-professional relations.
Alpha Tau Chapter was organized on the
campus in 1953.
Top social of the year is a spring banquet
for the initiation of incoming officers.
Faculty sponsor is Dr. R. L. Boblitt.
OFFICERS: Herman A. Christian, vice president; John S. Giglio, president; Noxie M.
Romano Jr., sergeant-at-arms; Warren Guidry, treasurer; Frank N. Russell, secretary;
Fred E. Spence, Jr., Inner Guard; Louis Muniza, chaplain; Ed Baker, corresponding
secretary; and Robert L. Boblitt, sponsor.
First row: Fred Spence, Frank Russell, Noxie Romano Jr., John S. Giglio, Robert L. Boblitt, Warren Guidry, Louis D. Muniza, Dennis Doyle, Ed Baker.
Second row: Herman Christian, Jerry Burks, Weld'on Smith, William Lucas, Jerry Landry, Joe Lovoi, Philip Comeaux, Norman Gound, Bill Miller,
Harry Melnick, Curtis Wilcox, James Ward, Earl Johnson, Pierson Camp, Rush Conklin, Walter Broussard. Third row: Covoh Comeaux, Friti.
Brown, Conrad Barnett, John Pecorino, John Allen, Klyde Payne, Hugh Sheffield Jr., Johnnie Fadal, Bill Willis, R. N. Worthn, D. L. Mizell, John
Rudder, Fred Shipp, Robert O'Neel, Grover Parrott. Fourth row: R. 0. Hood, C. Smith, J. D. Broussard, Dan Morse, Roy Morrell, D. J. Kimbrough,
Bill White, and Phillip Copeland.